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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

R'gq Office f'bojj) PTTTTn' i volume iv. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14. 1905. NO 4Ü. SENTIMENT WILL REACT. PENFIELD IN RUSSIA. A STRENUOUS PREACHER. FAR EAST POLICY. PLYMOUTH'S NEW ADDITION. HON. D. MCDONALD WRITES. LYMOU TOT BUNE i 1 "J i BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mrs. Dickson Thompson Given a Grand Ovation by Many Friends. Mrs. Dickson Thompson was 73 years old Wednesday, September G, and over 100 of her relatives and friends assembled at the residence of Arthur Underwood Wednesday ev ening to let her know that they were glad she had lived so long and hoped that happy years of life might still be hers. Several preachers of the church of which Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are members were present as well as many old settlers and scores of younger people. It was a joyous oc casion and will be renu.nbered to the end of life by all who were there. Mrs. Thompson and her husband are among the oldest settlers of Mar shall county; both came here when they were children, grew to manhood ;and w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

MOB 15ULE IN TOKIO. THE PLYAIOUTITRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q, CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 SEPTEMBER 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Si o o o o o 1 2 3 4. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o o o q e CI Q. fT N. M. "T F. Q.ÄvP. M 2ist z)2Uh. D 5th. KZjuth. PAST AND PRESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS Cr THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Many Lives Lost in Earthquake. A special from Home, Italy, says: Earthquake shocks in the province of Calabria are reported, with an estimated loss of life of 100. The towns of Marti -rano, Pizzo and Monteleons di Calabria were almost entirely ruined. Hundreds of persons were injured. In the Pizzo district buildings felt like card-boards at the touch of the finger. The prison at Monteleons di Calabria collapsed, killing seven men. The greatest damage appears to have been done at Stefaconi, where the dead are said to number close to the century mark. Al...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

r im wmm BY DAVID CHAPTER VIII. The inquest on the body of the mur dered man was held in du course, and It suited the police authorities to keep thair own counsel. Mr. Joseph Taylor was not publicly supposed to be under restraint when he failed to identify the remains. The error of Mr. George Johns as to the man's personality was shown to be due to the fact that the fugitive Lad adopted the name of the elder Jeth roe. No awkward questions were opened, and the jury were satisfied that the de ceased was an absconding swindler. A verdict of "willful murder" against some person or persons unknown was return ed, and there the public interest in the case came to an end. The inspector had arranged to make himself aware of Mr. Taylor's every movement, but it was not his cue to say so, and he was almost apologetic when he parted with that gen tleman. Teop" don't like being mixed up with these unpleasant affairs, I know," said the inspector. 'That's a common expe rience. We we it every day, I...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

5 be TEtibimc. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bjssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele phone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, Sept. 14, 1905. Everything in this world has its compensations, and a writer in a late medical journal conveys the comfort ing information that bald-headed people are immune from pulmonary tuberculosis. Winter is not far away, and it is encouraging to read that September is usually a pleasant month. October is sometimes one of the most pleasant months of the year, except for the continued suggestion of the decaying season. But it's nature's round, pleas ure and pain, sunshine and gloom, clear sky and cloud, flowers, fruit and harvest, and seed time again. So life winds itself along in nature, and man follows the same round. Indian Territory and Statehood. It has been generally supposed that the next session of congress would see some defi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

TOW HOD. GH at UCK CALL AMD PLYMOUTH, IND. Entered at the Postoffice at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, Sept. 14, 1905. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Hershberger are visiting at Coesse. Miss Dona Smith is visiting her grandmother at Tiosa. John Boss is quite sick at his home on Miner street. Mrs. A. Bash, of Tyner, is visiting at Columbia City. Dr. Aspinall reports a baby girl at the home of Daniel Sarber five miles north of this city. The sale of Henry Hall's farm was made by John Bowell the Plymouth real estate hustler. The reunion of the Spitler and My ers families will be held Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Twin Lakes. Work at the canning factory is j booming and the output will be twice what it was last year. V. P. Biddle and Wm. Bradley have gone to In wood to work on the foundation of the new M. E. church. A. Flashentraeger who was quite sick for a few days, is now able to be out again. Mrs. G. A. Marsh and her daughter Miss Ella Marsh, are visiting at I...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

Unmminj? Birds When I first crawled In among ths bushes close to the nest the little moth er darted at me and poised a foot from xny nose, as If to stare me out of coun tenance. She looked me all ever from head to foot twice. Then she seemed convinced that I was harmless. Ehe whirled aud sat on the nest edge. The bantlings opened wide their hungry mouths. She spread her tail like a flicker and braced herself against the nest side. She craned her neck and drew her dagger-like bill straight up above the nest. She plunged it down the baby's throat to the hilt and start ed a series of gestures that seemed fashioned to puncture him to the toes. Then she stabbed the other baby until it made me shudder. It looked like the murder of the infants. But they were not mangled and bloody. They were getting a square meal after the usual humming bird method of regurgitation. They ran out their slender tongues to lick the honey from their bills. How they liked It! Then she settled down and ruffled u...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

NOISES lfl HER HEAD tJ.ru. Reagan was a Nervous Wreck, But Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Brought Sound Health. " Before I began to take Dr'Williams Pink Pills,' said Mrs. Mary Reagan, cl No. 86 Kilburn street. Fall River, M&33., recently, 44 1 was ia and on, of bed all the time, but now I stay up all iay and do all my own work. 44 1 was badly run down from over work. One day noises began in my head encl almost made ma crazy. My head felt as if a tight band had been pnt around it, aud the pressure an I the sounds made me so uneasy that I often had to vralk the floor all night. ' " My stomach was in bad shape, and I bad smothering sensations. At such times xny borty seemed bloodless, my bands were like chalk and my face turned yellow. The doctor said I had dyspepsia iu the worst form. Then my nerres gave way and I was completely prostrated. I frequently suffered from smothering sensations. " The first box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that I used quieted my nerres o that I could get a go...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 September 1905

ly V-.-W TT XT TT x. rs ii w "ill w. J.ÜU The Homestead Realty Corr.pdny of Wauseon, Ohio, have left unsold lots in as Fairview Place, with low figures. Some of the best lots in the plat are left. Easy lermi JI0.00 cash, and $5.00 per month, with 6 per ceit inte; est; or, if balance is paid down. 5 per cent will be allowed on said balance. Plat is at my office. Come and pick out a lot. Don't be afraid. Title is perfect and printed copy of abstract goes with each lot. De lay is dangerous. These lots are going. Some bought at the auction sale last Saturday have al ready exchanged hands at a profit. One man used $25 advance for his lot. This 1 can verify for the company. Call soon, as the private sale continues but a short time. - Lots are just east of Klinger's addition, Plymouth. Ind. L. M. LAUER, ATTY., Office W. Mich. St., Plymouth. Tho Kind You Hhvo Always Bought, and which has bka in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature cT 4 -r and has J,. eonal snperrision since its in...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

Oft HI PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 21. 1905. VOLUME IV. i TT IE PL" U NO 4i. DECLINE IN DRINKING. It is Marked and Notable in This Country. Does hard times or prosperity tend to make a people temperate in -drink? Does heavy drinking or so briety fit most natural into general prosperity? Statisticans of the Lon don board of Trad attribute the de crease in England's drink bills in the last five years to the hard times. But the United States has a still greater decline in drink bills to attribute to prosperity. For the first time in almost a dec ade the annual report of the Com mission of Internal Revenue shows a decline in the amount of whisky consumed in this country. The fig ures now made public show that the decline from last year was 704,040 gallons. So prosperity and heavy drinking lo not necessarily go together. The contrary is the case in this country today. There has been a decided revival of reform sentiment in the cities all over the land. The first ffect has bee...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

THE PLYMMIinitlBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. . HENDRICKS Q, CO.. - . Publishers. 1905 SEPTEMBER 1905 Mo Tu Wo Th Fr Si o o o o 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 .28 29 30 O O 0,0 G O (TU Q. N. M. -T F. Q.F. M V? 21st J CthT (V) 13th. PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMEJ5 TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of tlie Many Seven Killed by Explosion. The explosion of a fuse, followed by a fire in a building of the Climax Fuse Com pany at Avon, Conn., caused a panic among the twenty 'employes In the building and resulted in the death of seven and injuries that doubtless will prove fatal to several others. There was no way of coping with the Games, which soon spread rapidly, and in less than an hour after the explosion occurred those who were unable to escape were in the clutches of a fire that eventually burned their bodies to ashes. As the day wore on the great crowd that collected saw the bodies of men and wome...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

r THE- BWMOm KlVER DY DAVID CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) The doctor's fat bulk began to shiver under his hand, and he released him. Monboddo slunk into an armchair, and sat there cowering and pitiable. Jethroe planted himself with his back to tha fire. There was science for a space of two or three minutes. "Of course," said Jethroe, at length, "I could make it extremely unpleasant; jbut you dismiss any such idea from your mind. I never played the sneak yet, and I'm not going to begin now. I mention these little things just to show my knowl edge of the fact that the man I want to serve me has not always been over scrupulous." "Look at me now," said Monbodr.o, suddenly, "and I began life as a gentle man." "Not youT said Jethroe, with a laugh. "Ton fudJled yourself with wine when you were a schoolboy. You loafed your student days away in billiard rooms. Don't meet me with that kind of rot, Monboddo. Name your price." He wait ed, and no answer coming, he spoke again. "I'll name it for you, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

XTbc tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in te County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele phone 27. Entered at the Postofne-e at Plym outh, Indiana is second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind. Sept. 21, 1905. The earnings of the state fair at Indianapolis, wrre abo-.it $54,100. Wore than 03,000 people bought ad mission tickets the three lat diys of the fair. Descendants of Kosdusko, the Pol ish hero who aided in the Ameri can revolution claim that the site of Chicago was granted him by Con gress,, ?.nd will present a bill of 45, 000,C00 marks. ..The cool breeze which came from the west after the hot wave of Sun day and Monday was not unexpected, for several inches of snow fell in Col orado Monday and the snow was pre ceded by a high wind that blew down several buildings at Cripple Creek, The Methodist church at Whiting, a town that is practically owned by the Standard Oil company, appealed to John D. Rockefeller foi assistance but th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

T II CHID. RANGES CHEAP at BOOTS CALL AND SEE PLYMOUTH, IND. Entered at the Postoffice at Flyra- ! ontn, Indiana as second-class matter. - & LOCAL NEWS ä f c a ti r tj ...... 'Center street 5. A. .McDonald, of Pern, re visiting ,. , , Tlatives "here. . . EJ,zabeth Rögens has gone. " . : ... . !to XortTi Webster for a v:sit of two Mrs. Luther Cole is -visiting rela- .--i.. ' "CKS. lives at u alnut. - c ..... ! bleep with the face down is a new Mrs. Thomas Sponslcr is visiting at ifccailty rille given to dcleffat in the ew York dressmakers convention. Mrs. Allen Cole i visiting at Lo- Winiam an( TJo Wolford. chndren gansport this week. of Mr and T w WoJford afe Miss Delia Oglesbee has returned visitmg their anirt at Ober, to Laporte. Mis. Trd!a Rii b o Walk. Mrs. O wen Disher and datjghtsr, ' crton. spent the afternoon in Ply Iva, are visiting relatives and friends month. in Ohio for a few weeks. i .1 .1 I A great shortage 1:1 the grain cr: Dr. Rea, of Culver went to Chicago cf RU...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

tffil EroTÄffiA LS BP OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS An Old, O'd Story. iHANDSOMF! kluxer woman left a rood jPi I husband because she was I married a man who was a luapuencu. it was me man time. He did not take the -woman away from the other man becanse he loved her. lie mere- wanted to show what he this second husband intimated that he was through with her. Made desperate, the woman shot the brute and killed him. The -whole thing, tragedy and all, -was logical. The woman invited retributive Justice. And so did the man. When the -woman left her faithful husband, lured by the tempter, she cut herself from happiness. She was too proud to crawl back and beg the forgiveness of the man she had deserted for a whim. And she lived every day of her life In the scorn of ihe man who had done w'.th her what he would. What wonder she was desperate to madness? And as for him he got what he wanted when he took the woman from the side of her husband. It was mall satisfaction. It was...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

s PMJFÜUIÖBS AMERICA!! VOMEIJ Fl.'iD RELIEF The Cass of Mlaa Ireno Crosby la On . of Thousands of Cures Med by Lydia E. Pirücham'B Vegetable Compound. How many -women realize that men struation is the balance wheel of a woman's life, and while no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering, it is not the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely. Thousands of American women, how ever, hare found relief from all monthly ETiüerinff by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as it is the most thorough female regulator known to medical science. It cures the condition Which causes so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors. Miss Irene Crosby, of 313 Charlton 6treet East Savannah, Ga., writes : Lydia E. Finkhsia'a Vegetable Comjxmnd Is a true friend to woman. It has been of great benefit to me, curing me of irregular and painful menstruation when everything else had failed, and I gladly recommend it to other suffering1 women." Women who are troubled with ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 21 September 1905

and Last' Met le of Lots In Palrvlew Place WILL BE HELD TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 36, AT 1:30 P. M. We need no introduction 10 Plymouth citizens our plans of doing business has been demonstrated by our former sale. We have 30 lots left and shall sell a portion of them Tuesday, so be on. hand and get in on this ground floor proposition. Free carriages, Free Band Concert, Easy Terms, More Silverware than ever. See hand bills. HOMESTEAD REALTY CO. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Sa Seam ! ' I iy nil y M lr ffiiiaiiliyliillivllb)lai;illail U. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29 and 30 We will conduct our fall and winter Cloak and Suit opening, assisted by J. F. Borden, of L. Heilprin & Co., of Chicago. The finest line of Suits, Coats, Etc, ever shown here. Call and inspect the new goods at Allman's "The Busy Big Store" less ON N E60H0MY Want you to come to The Busy Big Store THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY. Sept. 21, 22. 23. 25tb, to see the immense display of bright new merchandise for fall and winter ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 September 1905

. AMtin nf n,,.; P cw.hr ,1 .t. -c' t " - I . . nt o.,.. - Cf,f. it iv, lA-iiuuiwi sjl wtaiu, wut wio.iv. I PLYMOUTH HP PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 2&. 1905. VOLUME IV. NO 50. i xi PACKERS PLEAD GUILTY. Pour Officials Fined $25,000 Costs in Chicago. and Four indicted officials of the Schwarzschild & Sulzberger company packers, pleaded guilty Thursday to the charge of accepting railroad re bates. They were sentenced by Judge J. Otis Humphrey of the United States District court to pay fines ag gregating $2.000. This victory of the government in the cases against the packers came as a total surprise to every one ex cept the attorneys for the defense and for the government, who, accord ing to reports, had agreed upon the action to be taken and the punish ment to be inflicted. The precariou health of Vice-President Weil of the company was given as the reason for the plea of guilty. The defendants and their fines were as follows: Samuel Weil, vice-president of the Schw...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 September 1905

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 OCTOBER 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Si 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 9 O Q ; Q (TU Q. fTvN. M.-pv F. Q.F. M j 21st -r-rüSth 3 SthAglSth. PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Mauj. Trolley Cars in Collision. in a collision between an Indianapolis Northern motor car and a line car on the rort u ayne & abash alley road on the grade of the overhead crossing, cast of Log- ansport, Ind., Jfotorman Walter Pruitt, of the tirst named line, and William Webb, of the second, narrowly escaped instant death, while a dozen and more passengers on the Indianapolis Northern car were badly shaken. Both motonnen jumped lefore the collision occured, rolling down a steep embankment for forty feet or more, and be- ins badly scratched. The passengers. taken by surprise, remained in the ear and...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 September 1905

Tie DoßMd DY DAVID CHATTER XII. V The wealthiest man in ther worldr' The words rang oddly on Ilarvey't ears, and a singular feeling assailed him. The light had begun to fade, and -the Cicker ing fire was playing strange pranks with that stranger's f&ce which confronted him. He sat like a man in a dream, half hypnotized by th glittering eyes that held his own. "You know," said Jethroe, with a sud den change of tone which brought the young man back -to full consciousness jou know that I was born near here?" "Yes," said Harrey. "I khjow that from my father. He brought me here on a sort of pilgrimage to the old place years ago. It was his wish to hare been buried near his own people; but we were deadly poor when he died, and his desire went for nothing." "Did you erer hear your father peak of Tom Monboddo?" Jethroe asked. "A doctor?" said Harrey. "An old school fellow of his who went abroad?" "That's the man. He's a poor, shifty, needy rascal, and I've bought him. That crowd you kno...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 September 1905

tEbe TEttbune. Only Republican Newspaper m the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bi&sell Building. Corner LaPortc and Center Strctts. Tele phon 27. Entered at the Fostofüce at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Vheat prices show an .upward tendency the world over, despite the large crops and heavy mark eting in this country. Plymouth. Ind. September, 23, 05. Col. I.-N. Walker, who died at In dianapolis Thursday morning, served as Commandr-in-chief of the G. A. R. and held many positions of trust and importance. It is said that his last illness could be traced back to the hardships be endured in Libby ' prison. He was 66 years old. Wu Ting Fang, former Chinese minister to the United States., was injured, four minor officials were killed and twenty other per sons hurt by the explosion of a bomb m a private car m Peking just as the educational minion was starting for America. In his address an the observance of law, delivered at Lima, Ind., Gover nor Hanly denied -v...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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