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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 October 1905

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE, 5 ÜOADED Olinehcstcp ficui 39c a SfJOKEbESS Winchester fcpeatci, fleui Victor, High Can, lfcbin Hc-od, At Plymouth, Ind., October 12, 1905. LOCAL AHD PERSONAL f Sats are now on sale for "A Royal Slave." Mrs. Hilton is visiting at Lucerne this week. Mrs. Frank White is visiting at Walnut this week. "A big New York cast in "A Royal Slave" tomorrow night. Mrs. Nancy Robbins is visiting at Tiosa. Rev. C. A. Spitfer is preparing to move to Waterloo, Ind., where he will preach the ensuing year. Newell Lehr of West township, is visiting at Elkhart this week. Seats are now on sale ar Shadel's Drug Store for a Ko3al Slave. O. E. Singery, residing west of town, made a business trip to South Bend yesterday. One of the largest and best attractions on the road "A Royal Slave" tomorrow night. Frost has kept off so long this year that leaves have ripened and are falling without frost. Mrs. Louis Glass of South Bend is visiting the family of Joseph Glass in this city. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 October 1905

6 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Hbc Utibune nGNDRICICS & CILXE9PIK PDBUBHER8Only Republican Newspaper in the County. OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plyra outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind" October 12, 1905. RISING STORM IN KANSAS. Full Stomachs Cause Enforcement of Law. There are several things indicating that Kansas, which has b'rr? taking a lone rest during tie iast four or five years of uninterrupted prosperity, is prepar ing to again assert herself. Kansas is not one of those whose mouths can he stopped with fatness, or whose jaws halt when they drip with 'sweetness. The full dinner pail is neither anodyne nor sedative in Kansas. Plain living and high thinking, or high living and plain thinking, there can never he such a thing any kind of a living in Kansas without thinking of some sort and in some way. Once it was said of Kansas that she could think hard on an empty stomach. The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 October 1905

r Ami 10 Ml m K if Mm m II 3' io) - I Royal Baking Powder is indispensable to finest cookery and to the comfort and convenience of modern housekeeping. Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads, cakes and pastry wholesome. Perfectly leavens without fermentation. Qualities that are peculiar to it alone. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter, j Plymouth, Ind., October 12, 1905. ! 55 LUVML lL-YY.3 i &9 5 13 i Miss Ethel Haines is visiting! at South Bend. Mrs. Dr. Preston and Mr?. G. W. Shrider went to Chicago Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Holem went to Hamlet Thursday for a visit of a few days. Mrs. O. M. Berkey has returned from a visit of a week at South Bend. Mrs. L. M. Shakes and children are visiting her brother at Hibbard. Mrs. James Putman has returned from a visit of ten days in Berrien county, Mich. Mrs. Henry Leiter of Bourbon, changed cars here on her way to Peru to visit her sister, Mrs. Jennie Newman who is seriousl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 October 1905

P 0LIT1CAL I ! ! j 1 I 1 I I I Uml-M I lit I t t- V4r7n1 nai i i t t iiit Pattison.' a Opening Gnn. Pattison has spoken. The man who heads the Democratic ticket has thrown off the mask of reserve and stands out before the people in the attitude of a petitioner, asking for votes. The sphinx has opened his mouth. Candidate Pattlson's speech at Newark Is described as the opening gun of the campaign, and It should therefore shoiv the line of talk that the Democratic orators will use to convince the electorate of Ohio that there should be a change of administration. And yet, strip Pattlson's speech of its one feature and It might as well havd been left unspoken. The fea ture was his discussion of bosses and corruption. "Turn the rascals out!" That was Mr. Pattlson's argument. Is it not familiar to you? Have we not heard that same old cry trom time immemorial? Whenever the Democracy cannot find a war Issue or a money Issue or a tariff issue that it dares tackle, it goes out before the peo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 October 1905

KIDNEY TROUBLE DUE TO CATARRH JllliPllPfpi HERTZ The Curative Power of PE-EU-ITA in Sidney Disease the Talk of the Continent. , Nicholas J. Tlertz, Member of Ancient Order of Workmen, Capitol Lodge, No. 140, Pearl Street Ilotel, Albany, N. Y., writes: 'A few months ago I contracted a heavy cold "which settled in my kidneys, and each time I -was exposed to inclement "weather the trouble was aggravated until finally I was unable to work. 'After trying many of the advertised remedies for kidney trouble, I finally took Perana. "In a week the intense pains in ray back were much relieved and in four weeks I was able to take up my wcrl: again. "I still continued to use Fernna for another month and at the end of that time 1 was perfectly well. "I now take a do?e or two when I have been exposed and find that it is splendid to keep me welL" Hundreds of Cures. Dr. Ilartman is constantly in receipt cf testimonials from people who have been cured of chronic and complicated kidney disease by Peru...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 October 1905

AMD OP IMOU GliOÄK DEPT GR .5 SÄÜE Commencing Thursday Oct. 12, and Ending Saturday Oct. 21. " '- During this dreat sale, which is gotten up to show the people of this section of the country that our cloak dept. is strictly up-to-date in every respect, we show an elegant line of Ladies Empire and Box coats, Misses Empire and Box coats, both of the full regulation length in blacK, brown, navy, caster, and green, ranging in price from $4-98 to $25.00. We also show Silk and velvet coats for Misses and ladies. We want you to see the greatest line of Children's coats you ever looked at, in Cloth, Plush, Corduroy, velvet, etc. They run from 2 years to 14 in size. No one ever attempted to show such an enormous line in Plymouth before. We also show the same line of Dress Skirts, made by the "best skirt manufacturers in this country all colors and black, made from all the leading materials used at this time. For a special inducement, and in order to get you to look us over, we will give 10 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

ID LYMOU P' BUN VOLUME Y. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER, 19. 1905. NO 2. I T' i .n. W&ft Office feba ASKS FOR FRANCHISE. ! I Winona Company Seeks Right at Columbia City. Representatives of the proposed interurban railroad between Winona Lake and Fl Wayne have appeared before the Columbia City Council, asking for a franchise through that city. The proposed road is designated as a branch of the system planned by the Winona Assembly company to join all the principal cities and towns within a radius of 40 miles of the lake. It is promised by agents of the company that if the right-of-way can be .secured without delay, work will begin on the road in the spring. This is one of the roads that is coming to Plymouth. "Com Bread for the Best.' The Washington Post recently contained quite an exhaustive article under the above heading, "that the great mass of American people fail to appreciate the marvelous nutritive value of corn bread, which is the sure enough staff of life...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 OCTOBER 1905 Mo Tu We Th Fr Si 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 o o o o i o o o o VS 23st. JSi 2Sth. i) 5th. C?J 13th. PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. ' Telejrraphlc Information Gathered X the Fw for the Ealiffliteoment of the Many. Balloon Hits Chimney) Three Ilurt. A balloon ascension and parachute leap at the reunion of Dublin old citizens, held at Dublin, Ind.. came near ending in the tragic death of Prof. Stiles Thompson of Martinsville, the aeronaut. The balloon ascended and veered gainst a building, Prof. Thompson striking a brick chimney. The bricks fell from tte three-story building, falling among the people gathered below. Herman Jones of Cambridge City, was struck on the head by a brick, seriously wounding him. Miss Nettie Smith of Dub'lin, and Mrs. John Ferguson of Milton, were also struck, the latter being seriously injured. Prof. Thomps...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

r T I7 n n r n OY DAVID CHAPTER XVII. (Continued.) Indeed, sir V said Monboddo. Then he laughed a senile laugh and winked bot heyes together. "You were not the only one," he said, looking mighty foolish, but as if he thought he were looking mighty wise. "Indeed, sir," said the stranger. "Before we hare finished a coaversation which promises to be interestinY' said Monboddo, "you must f aror me with your name." I beg your pardon," said the stranger, for Monboddo had chosen to be incomprehensible. The -doctor repeated his request, end the stranger bowed," and said: "Smith, sir plain Smith." Plainsmith?" said the doctor. "Tiank you. My name's Bonborrow. Tom Alonborrow, medical prac'tioner. Ever body knows me. Look here, Plain?niitb. If you knew our deceased friend intimately, you know how fond he was of A little game of chess, eh?" This was said with an infinite look of fatuous cunning. The listenea heart fairly rocked within him, and Monboddo's vacuous-looking eye saw how the question...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

1 ' Uribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. MM KICl & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., Oct191905. The man who took that $100,000 express package at Pittsburg is aid to be a cigarette fiend. By the way, are you still getting 'em by mail? " The Independent seems to think the Tribune has named the entire Democratic city, ticket, but does not thank us for the information. Democrats always depend upon the Tribune for political information and we do not like to disappoint them. The aggregate debts of the 175 cities of the United States having a population of more than 25,000 exceed the national debt by nearly $40,000,000. The debt of the city of New York represents about one-third of the total debt of all the cities. The Democratic organ in this city says Joe Glass was never elected marshal by the Democrats of Plymouth, and it tri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

I t i PY ' I' 1 ! ft ST.1ÖIEÜESS itfighGaa, Pit Plymouth, Ind., Oct. 19, 1905.: 1l LOGfiL flfiD'ftltSÖHftL Ward Logan is on the sick list today. ' Mrs. Harry Kilmer is visiting at Monticello. Mrs. S. L. Taylor afttl Ut& daughter of West township, "are visiting relatives at Anderson. . Jasper N. Hess is here frortf Dayton, Ohio, for a visit of a few days. D. 4C. Gole is threshing grain this week 'on his farm in St. Joseph county. Mrs. Huff of West township, is reported seriously ill of typhoid malarial fever. Miss Bayler, one of the West township teachers is reported quite sick this week. Miss Inez Wiltfong, who was quite sick for several days is now almost well. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Earl, residing northeast of this city, are visiting at Goshen. Miss Etta Kesslar and Miss Daisy Day of Royal Center, are visiting at Donaldson. Mrs. V. M. Piatt of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, is visiting1 her brother, Martin Wenrienno, near this city. Mis. Joseph Richer of Peru, and Miss Ida Casper of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

4 The Absolutely Pure BakSe Powder Made of Cream of Tartar, and Free From Alum or Phosphalic Acid Royal Baking Powder renders bread, biscuit, cake and all flour foods finer and more healthful. Baking powders made from alum, phosphates and other harsh, caustic acids arc lower in price, but they are injurious to the stomach. "The injurious effect of alum on the mucous coat o' the stomach is positive and beyond dispute; it is both an irritant and an astringent. The use of alum in any article of food or crticle used in the preparsäca of food should be prohibited. JOHN C WISE. MIX, MedkaJIwpcctor, U. S. Nary. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth. Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., Oct. 19, 1905. LOCAL NEWS & Simon Yark spent Sunday in Michigan City. G. L. Borer of South Bend, transacted business in Plymouth. O. F. Ketcham and family are preparing to move to Cattlomia. Mrs. Julia Thompson is visiting relatives m Chicago. David Bottorif is horn? from North Dakota....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

rrvt y-OLITICAL B! i i i i i I i 1 itttttttttttiltttttittttaittfflliffl McKinley Idea. If the business interests of the country want reciprocity along protection Unes they can have it if they will only agree on some feasible plan something they never have been able to agree on before. If they want tariff revision, they tean have it also on the same united demand for it, but it can be put down as certain that whatever is done in the way of tariff revision or reciprocity -will not be done along free-trade lines. The reciprocity of Blaine, McKinley and Roosevelt is all right. It Is based upon the Republican protective policy. As President McKinley said at Buffalo: "To take from our neighbors such of their products as we can use without harm to our industries or labor; In other words, such of their products as are not produced by our own labor, and obtain in exchange markets for the class of merchandise which we desire to sell, and which the countries In question require for their own u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

W Lo Douglas $o.5o p. Jo.ooouAireFOR W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Lino ' cannot be equalled at any price. I Established 119 JalyClSTS. .L-HOUni AS MAKES AMO SELLS MORE MEM'S &3.BO SHOES THAU ANY OTHER KIAMUFACTURER. cmnnn feward to -. ho can $ I U)U U U disprove tV . T.ent. '.V. L. Douglas $3.50 shots t a uy their excellent style, easy fitting, and fc-perior wearing qualities, achieved the largest sale of any $3.50 shoe in the world. They ere Just as Rood as .those that cost you $5.0O to $7.00 the only difference Is the price. If I could take you into my factory at Brockton, Mas?., the largest in the worll under one roof making nun's line shoes, and show you the carewUb whit-h every pair of Douglas shoes Is made, you would realize why Y. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are the best shoes produced in the world. If I could show you the difference between the Shoes made In my factory and those of other makes, you would understand why Douglas $3.50 shoes cost more to make, why they ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE. s Ebe XLrlbune DENDRlCUd & GILUBSPIK PUBHIHHERH iHlpllOIK NO. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. - v OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele: phone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., Oct. 19, 1905, City Republican Convention. The Republicans of the city of Plymouth and all who wish to unite with them in the election of city officers will meet in convention at Kuhn's hall on' Friday evening, Oct. 20, 1905, at eight o'clock, for the purpose of nom inating a candidate for mayor, city clerk, treasurer, two councilmen for the city at large and one councilman for each ward, to be voted for at the city election, November 7. L. J. Hess Chairman. O. R. Porter, Secretary. Enemies of the South. The worst enemies that the south ever had are the Bour'oou; of the Vardaman c.nd Mon: Mississippi type, and of the typt of the Virginians who now refuse to lunch with President...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 October 1905

The crowa of womanhood is motherhood, But uneasy lies the head that wears the crown or anticinatp thi rnrntin .vn- there is a lack of womanly strength to bear the burdens of maurni a;-;- , ine reason why so many women sink under . audin ox mouieraooa is Decause they are unoreoared. I unhesitatingly advise expectant mothers to use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription," writes Mrs. J.W. G. Stephens, of Mill Northumberland Co., Va. The reason for kuis auvice is mat ur. tierce's Favorite Prescription is the best preparative - for the imaternal function. No matter how healthy muu swung a woman may De, she cannot se "Favorit Pm tive for maternity without gain of health "u .uuiuri.. uui u is tne women who are not strong who best appreciate the great benefits received from the use of "Favorite Prescription." For one thing its use makes - "'cuk jjxatucaiiy pain.ess. . nas in many cases reduced days of suffering to a few brief hours. It has changed the period of anxiety and struggle into a time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

nrTUT MBUN Recorder's Office febo.1 ; PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1905. NO 3. VOLUME V. MONSTER CORN SHOW. BIG LOAD OF HORSES. VISITED PLYMOUTH. SHERWIN NOT ONLY ONE. SOME, OF OUR PUBLIC BUILDINGS. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Indiana to have a Big Corn Show in Has Nominated a Winning City Ticket Will be Sent Across Continent in. Four Railway Trains. Epileptic Commission Here and Examined Site. Many Other Postmasters are in Same Predicament January. YMOUTH E PL iV i) -t ".3 1 i The Southern Facihc, Union Pacific, Illinois Centra', and New York Central roads are preparing to take .across the continent the largest shipment of blooded horses ever made from San Francisco to New York The horses are to be shipped on Nov. 19 next from J. B. HrjginV famous Rancho del Paso, which is t be sold in small tracts for farming-purposes. The shipment will reqviro four trains of twelve cars each, ard they are to "be run on passenger train time. The railroads will get for this shipment, $42,500...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

THE PLYMITinitlBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS QL CO.. - - Polishers. 1905 OCTOBER 1905 Mo Tu We Th Fr TTTTT 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 o o o o o o o o (TU Q. r N. M. "TN F. Q.svF. M M 21st. 2Sth. j) 5th. x) 13th. PAST ÄND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL C. siNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by th Few for the Enlightenment of the Manx Temporary Bank Robbed The large safe in the general store of R. M. Smith & Co., Fairland, Ind., was blown ODen and hptwwn .Wl and JUiOO was taken. The safe had been used by farmers nearby to deposit their savings before they could be taken to a hanlr. and all hnt Jil'25 nf thfl stolen money belonged to farmers. The flxfn - - 1 1 f oaio wrcfKeu. Alter leaving omiiu s store the robbers went to ie confectionery Btore of D. C. Tucker, which is used as a waiting room for street car men, and took $16 from the money drawer. There is no ciew to the robbers. San Francisco Bank Closed. The United Bank and T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

r 1 he-diamond imim BY DAVID CHAPTER XIX. (Continued.) ' "Well," said Harrey, "I!m leaving everything, and I don't know why or wherefore. I leave it to you, but don't you think it time you let me know somethins definite?" - , . i "You may think me crazed, I dare ay." said Jethroe, "but I have what amounts to a fixed belief that if I speak my secret before the time I shall never live to profit by it You shall know all In good time, and meantime you've only got to believe that I mean well by you. I tell you, Harvey, I'm going to make you the wealthiest man in the world. In six months we can be back, prepared to buy up the Rothschilds I tween us, and when I'm gone you'll have my share as well as your own. There won't be an Emperor, my lord, who'll take airs with Harvey Jethroe the younger." Jethroe had booked' himself for the voyage as Richardson, and had entered Harrey under an alias also. He had purposely chosen a boat by which he had never sailed before. His confidence in his disgui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

ttbe gribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. hlfER!CkS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, October 2G, 1905. The Best Site in Indiana. The 1250 acres of land on which the state of Indiana now has an option for an epileptic village is the best site in the state. It lies just south of the city extends to the city limits, is bounded by the river on the north and west and the L. E & W. Railway on the east, is excellent land and the facilities for drainage cannot be surpassed. The hundreds of beautiful hard maple trees and other timber already on the ground and its diversified surface make it one of the priettiest places in the state. Plymouth has not made any big blow about the matter. The committee came here quietly, no crowd of citizens tried to influence them in any way and while the committee did not say that t...

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