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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LOADED SHEüIiS. -- M. U Ulmehcstct flcra ihal bcagae, 39c a Boit. Sr.lOIEüESS Üinehestci $epcatei, 1ietoi, High Can, Jobin Hood, t Plymouth, Indiana, Octöber 26, 1905. LOCAL AND PERSONAL t Mrs. Julius Vinall is visiting in Mishawaka and South Bend. Mrs. Etta Henry and Mrs. Albert Pence are visiting in Laportc. Mrs. L. Cole is visiting her daughter in Walkerton. J. Kindle has gone to Michigan and Wisconsin on a hunting expedition. Miss Julia Thomas of Argos is visiting in South Bend. Jesse Hamlet of Fort Wayne has been visiting and transacting business here this week. Mrs. Solomon Stockman is spending a few days in Mishawaka with her daughter, Mrs. Clinton Jackman. Miss Esta Zink of this city has gone to South Bend for a visit of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jssse Matthews of Argos are transacting business in South Bend this week. Mrs. E. A. Steinberger of Battle Creek, Michigan, is visiting Mrs. A. C. Roberts. Mrs. Peter Crawford has gone to New Troy, Mich., ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

The Privations , of Wealth. By Cardinal Gibbons. HE possession of wealth Is an me that the only really happy days of his life was when he was earning money bj the sweat of his brow, when his weekly income only amounted to dollars and not to thousands. ureai. wealth brings its privations and its sufferings, Tho retribution that trails in the wake of money madness is the poverty of riches. I can think of nothing more lonesome than a man with an immense fortune. You may remember a little poem that Defoe wrote about Alexander Selkirk, who was cast away on the Island of Juan Fernandez, beginning I am monarch of all I surrey; but after a week's residence in the island the tone of the poem changes and the unfortunate castaway bemoans the fact that while he is lord of the land and the beast and the fowl he is desolate. The man with a great fortune is much like him. What is his wealth, his power, his position unless he has the human hand of friendship and fellowship? Good fortune cannot be e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

üTor EBresJkfeost Luncheon or TTe A few small biscuits, easily imacle with Royal Baking Powder. Make them small as small round us a napkin ring. Mix and bake just before the meal. Serve hot. Nothing better for a light dessert than these Jittle hot biscuits with butter and honey, .marmalade or jam. You must use Royal Baking Powder xo get them right. ROYAL BAKING POWOEÄXO., NEW YORK Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Irdiana as -second-class matter. ."Plymouth, Indiana, October 26, 1905. & LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Solomon -Lechlightner is visiting her mother at Kokomo. Charles Stockgen . has secured employment at Aurora, .Illinois. Mrs. C. C. .Marcomb is isiting rela-' tives at Denver. The Sunday trains between this city, and Indianapolis .and Michigan City have been discontinued. It is Attorney Zehner now. Solomon has been made a full fledged lawyer of .the Marshall county bar. Mrs. Wright and her daughter, Mrs. Dunnick of Warsaw, are visitIng.at the homes of L. J. Girton and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

.1. .1. i ii. .I, ,mEI P OLITICAL Ulli H IM ixmx Postponement Not Abandonment. It is given out from Washington with an air of semi-authority that President Roosevelt will not discuss the tariff in his forthcoming message, and there Is an Inference implied that he has concluded there should be no revision. If it is true that he has abandoned his intention of recommending a change in the Dingley schedule. The Blade ventures to say that it is not because he has modified his views on that subject As every one knows. President Roosevelt's heart is set on bringing about a reform in railroad rates. He believes religiously In a government supervision that will put an effectual check on rebates, discriminations and unreasonable charges. lie knows, as every one else knows, that there is a radical defect in the present system. He knows.too, that this defect spreads to almost every branch of human activity. He thinks that he can confer a lasting benefit on the people if he can discover and appl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

EMMA FLEISSNER Suffered Over Tvo Years Health Was In a Precarious Condition Caused By Pelvic Catarrh, 1 M ä .Ä .V iiV II x 'S ...AV.V. vav.v.vsvo--,'.S'.',v..vav. tipp ,s'V. ox,v.v, -.v. . . W.V.'.V .: HEALTH AND STRENGTH RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA. Mrs. Emma Fleissner, 1412 Sixth" Are., Seattle, Wash., Worthy Treasurer Sons of Temperance, writes: "I suffered over two years with lr regular and painful periods. My health ; was la a very precarious condition ana I was anxious to find something to re store my health and strength. "I was very glad to try Perrma and delighted to tind that it wa3 doing me good. I continued to use it a little over three months and found my troubles removed. "I consider It a splendid medicine, and shall never be without It, taking a dose occasionally when I feel rundown and tired." Our files contain thousands of testimonials which Dr. Ilartman has received from grateful, happy women who hare been restored to health by Lis remedy, Peruna. W. L. Douglas s3J?&am...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 October 1905

j IM S L 1 'JL '-Vf 1 1' ii id P" -1 k KLOEPFER'S NEW YOßK STOßE Plymouth mfnYniin n 1 1 ' f 1 1 ft LOOM ENDS GALORE Ml; ft f.v. - 3 ..S, 3S (J .hi hi ii1 IL iJini-1 .7 V If V I - 1? 7' .11 '6 1 ii a ft FEW DON'TS Don't wait to Ion Don't be skeptical Don't miss the chance Don't fail to tell your friends Don't hesitate to come Don't overbuy Don't be . broke next week Don't miss the place Don't kickat the crowd k Don't 2et mad ifsome- kM 'm one tramns on vour A'SKt corns in the rush for iains. U r and values you'll appreciate at little prices. You'll see what want and want what you see. Good goods that back up every statement that we make. you Every factory and mill in the manufacture of its products accumulates MILL ENDS, or LOOM ENDS, as they are commonly called. They are short lengths from the looms, generally one-half to ten yards in length. These short ends are laid aside until the end of the weaving season-, then they are tied up in great bundles and disposed of by weight, so mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

O) YMOU TLTT RIBUN VOLUME V. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER t, 1905. NO 4. Recorder's Offir fKn- THE Wrecks Car for 25 Cents. In a drunken prank at Chesterton, Ind., Patrick MacGrath climbed into the cab of a freight engine on the Lake Shore railway, and after crowding on full steam, tried to bunt a work train off a siding. The train and cng;ne were demolished in the collision, and four Italian section men were injured, but MacGrath got off unscathed. He explained that he had made a bet that he "would give this sleepy old town some excitement." MacGrath, who is a farmers, drove into Chesterton early in the morning and, after hitching his team in front of the postoffice, sauntered forth on a tour of the saloons. In the course of his pilgrimage he acquired an exhileration that led to great ambitions. He offered cheerfully to thrash any man in town, regardless of weight, and when this challenge was unaccepted cast about for other methods of amusement. New Bridges and Arches. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

OLITSCAL i ill MH-LgiPi i i- iti iti iti itnt. iKi tT- ,f , , i' i The Pending; Conflict. The people are on the tiptoe of expectation with reference to President Roosevelt's forthcoming message, particularly the part of it that will undoubtedly be devoted to the railway ?rate question. Somehow it has come 'to be generally understood that he (will forego his original intention of (forcing upon . Congress the consideration of tariff revision, purely for the reason that he believes the other problem to be more pressing for an early solution. While there are inequalities In the tariff schedules, they, are not working the same degree of harm to 'the country that are inflicted by the jmany abuses in railway rates. NatjUrally the President will grapple the , greater of theso two problems and jJeave the other to follow as a matter of course. But the way to this reform In railway rates will not be strewn with roses. The gigantic corporations that control the big transportation lines in Ithe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

! PARALYSIS CURED Case Seemed Hopeless but Yielded to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. Kennev has aetnallv psrnrwl frnm J ... tee taralvticsfAtA tnwMMi liAscoma - - w m.'wm V a I hort time ago hopelessly doomed. The j urpnsing report lias beea fully verified ' na some important details secured in a personal interview with tha recent sufferer. "The doctor," said Mr. Kenney, "told tie that if I wanted to live any leugth of tins a I would have to give up vrork altogether, and ho told my friends that the paralysis which had begun would in time involve my whole bodr." " Ju.it how were yon afliicted'a. this time ?" Mr. Keuney wa3 asked. Well, I had first hot, and then cold and clammy feelings, and at times wr body felt as if needles were being stuck into it. These sensations were followed by terrible pains, and again I would have no f eeling at all, but a numbness would come over me, and I would not be able to move. The most agonizing tortures came from headaches and a pain in the spine. Nig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

Ithe fttibune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HEM:KICK5 & GILLESPIE, OFFICE-Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at PlymQPth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., Nov. 2, 1905. W hat do you suppose Solomon was driving at when he said, "Wisdom is better thüa riches?" Answer: Vote for Republican Councilmen. The Republican candidates for councilmen are all business men and own their own property. The interests of the city would be safe in tht hands of such men. Why should a citv government be conducted in the'interests of a limited number of persons? Why not have a government for all, fairly, impartially and economically administered? As the city campaign warms up and the thinking voters see the desperation of the men who want to retain power, the dangers of boss rule become more and more apparent. Testimony gathered in Bo?tort shows that William Rockefeller and H. H. Rogers divided $3,565,000 as t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE. I i UOfiDED r&inchcstciT Ticca ffcival Iicagac, 39c a Sort. SflOIf,EIkESS POÜDEt? SHEbbS. ifinchcotci fcpcatct, ,icj Victor, igh Gem, i - JobiQ flood, r Plymouth, Ind. Nov. 1, 1905. l innni nun pfrronai Mrs. Oliver Chase of Chicago, visiting in Chicago. Reuben Sisk is reported quite I ck ai ms nome in tnis cuy. ;W. J. Kepler is visiting and ansacting business in South end. 'County Surveyor Vanvactor is been doing some work in the cinity of Argos this week. j ) Berry Stock Company 10, 20, cents opera house tomorrow I ght' i 'Isaiah Taylor a former resi:nt of Argos, but now residing j Rochester, visited his old i end, Theodore Cressner today. Mrs. Catharine Mullet of i olmes countv. Ohio, is visitin P" j w , 0 ;r daughter, Mrs. John Rouch, brth of Lapaz. Ijay Johnson has returned to V- i t .. r j iiuiuc in iuwä aiicr a vimi oi id family northeast of town. A. C. Miller went to Warsaw, day to attend the funeral of a Ftive who died in Florida and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

w a www a mi HJJJj To treat Pimples and Blackheads, Red, Rough, Oily Complexions, gently smear the face with Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water, and bathe freely for some minutes. Repeat morning and evening. At other times use Cuticura Soap for , bathing the face as often as agreeable. No other Skin Soap so pure, 60 sweet, so speedily effective. ' Cwtfw Soap romblnp dWlrat mtditlnt ndcmnU Bar propei tic drrivtd from Putirura, the pnt Skia Core, tha parat cf cleanina; Jngrtdirntt and tha mm refrnMiif of nwr odors. Two Sopt in od it ona riea ajnaly, a dieinal and Toll 8xp for Sic potter Drug Chm. Corp., Mol Pmpa., Boato i. -Vai!adl"raa,MUow to Freaarre, Purify, md Beaolfly. Lowest Excursion Rates of the Season to Jiapa Falls, U, ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y. TORONTO, OHL, and MONTREAL, QUE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, '05 Extremely low rates for side trips from Niagara Falls 8t-p over at Detroit given on retu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

1 Absolutely Pure m lb soBsminE A Cream of Tartar Powder freefrom alum or phosphatlc acid Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth. Indiana as second-class matter. ß LOCAL NEWS & I Dr.A. C. Holtzendorff transacted business at Walkerton today. Samuel Schlosser is now secretary of the state Dairy Association. Mrs. Lucinda Green is home from her visit at Laporte. Miss Clara Allerton of South Bend is here for a visit of a few days. Miss Nettie Stuck of Hibbard, is visiting at Hamlet. Miss Erma Espich is visiting at Grovertown. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Ryder went to Rochester for a visit of a few days. Ben Linkenhelt transacted business in Chicago Wednesday. The spirit of revolution is again spreading throughout Russia. The indications are that this will be a busy winter for the Cossacks. Mrs. X. H. Sheppard and children visited Mrs. Cramer at Bourbon today. Mrs. W. M. Nichols has returned to her home at South Bend after a visit of several days here. Miss Hattie Schoner went home with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

THE PLYMOÜTTRIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. ULKDiUCKS Q CO., Publishers. 1905 NOVEMBER 1905 Su Mo Tu lWe Ilk Fr 3 o o 2TjT 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 O O O 0 G O 1U Q. N. M.-Tv p. Q.ÄP.:M FEATURES' OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Court and Crimes Accidents and Fires Labor and Capital Grain. Stock and Money Markets. RUSSIA ON VERGE OF A REVOLUTION BLOODSHED AT ODESSA. Nicholas Surrenders Witte is Premier of Liberal Cabinet. . St. Petersburg, Sunday, 10:40 p. m. line the day passed quietly without bloodshed in the Kassian capital and while the city is outwardly calm the day's developments all indicate that a crisis is imminent. Although the streets are filled with troop?, and reinforcements are now pouring in from Finland, the government seems utterly powerless to cope with the situation and many calm observers seem to seriously believe that the present regime is totterin? to its fall. A dispatch from Odessa says there...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

1 HE DIAMOND BY DAVID iv 3E CHAPTER XX. (Continued.) ' ; "Oh, yes," cried Jethroe. "They were out of mind for the moment. If I'd been content to leave Zelkar to rot and die when his tea dollars were doae with, as any of that scoundrelly crowd would have done, I shoaid have had no trouble with them. But it came to the ears of one of them that I had bought Zelkar a mail annuity, and they came smelling roand to see what they could find out. Tliey found out enough, for they learaed that Zelkar had kept his key, and that I had bought it, and they knew beforehand that I had the problems. So they put their blackguard heads together, and they decided that since I was a member of the Kzekiel firm at the time at which I became possessed of the problems, they all had an equal right to anything that might accrue to me. It's true that we had a compace to share and share alike in all things so long as the partnership lasted, but they did not share in the purchase, and they weren't going to share ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 November 1905

PAY NOfE o HOT WATER BOTTIES O Co o At A m The. IBIM Eli STORE" g o jo A hot wattcr bottle to give good service 6 Plymouth, Ind., Beginning Saturday Nov. 4th, Ending Saturday night Nov- 18th. o) must be made of live rubber. All these (o Hot Water bottles and Syringes are made (o o) o) (o of the best Para rubber grown in Brazil, o) ro Each one good for several years' use. dj 10 4 LW SAL tTZht "(Soak ' run store? CO Q) 1 GOOD Mi 3READ J Äf7 COMMUNICATION FROM THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. Baking Perfection is possible only with an AI flour. Hence to get the best and certain results, make use of the Silver Leaf brand of flour. Its purity and excel- Off cr to Refund Money, if Hyo- mei Does Not Cure Catarrh. To the Editor of The Tribune: I have been recently asked if the advertisements printed in your columns regarding Hyomei were true, where I offer to re fund the money if this treatment does not cure catarrh. I wish you would please print this let ter in as conspicuous a place as possible i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 November 1905

HE YMOU RIBUN Reeordert Office fcb03 VOLUME V. PLYMOUTH , INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1905. NO . PL 1 fTL-T j 3 j - IMMENSE VALUE OF. HAY. Indiana Crop for Praest Year Exceeds 334,000,000. At the wagon märket prices for timothy and clover hays, the Indiana crop of these two products this year has a value of about .J4,ooo,000, mak ing the total value of the wheat, corn, oats, timothy and clover crops this year about $166,000,000. This does not include the value of the clover seed. The timothy yield for 1005 is reported to Joseph II. Stubbs, chief of the bureau of statistics, to be 2,239,605 tons, as compared with 1,850,509 last year, and larger than any record in the statistician's office. The acreage was 1,422,875, as compared with 1,334,978 in 1904, and the average yield increased from 1.40 tons an acr: to 1.57 tons an acre. Allen county reports the largest total yield of timothy, 61,544 tons. The next nine counties in the order of yield follow: Ripley, 53,079; Monroe, 53.S00; B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 November 1905

THE PLYMOUIHJRIbUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS d CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 NOVEMBER 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr S ö FTTT 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 o Q O o (TU Q. N. M.-pv F. Q.F. M Kth rIth Ö crd. v)l2th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things are Shown. Nothlay Overlooked to make it Complete. Wireless Message from Galveston. The DeForest wireless telegraph station at Cleveland, Ohio, received a commercial message from Galveston. Texas, sent by a business house there to a large firm in Cleveland. The message was received while President DeForest and a party of prominent men of Cleveland and other cities were inspecting the plant. The distance from Galveston to Cleveland is 1,1C0 miles. This is considered a most remarkable feat and DeForest says it is the greatest distance a message has a3 yet been transmitted on land. Turks and Syrians FiKht at Picnic. In a fight among 203 Turks and Sy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 November 1905

AKOUJNI) A BIG STATE. 1 BRIEF COMPILATION OF INDANA NEWS. .What Our Neighbors Are Dolus: Matters of General and Local Interest Marriage and Deaths Accident and Crimea Personal Pointers Abont Indianians. Brief State Items. James Hinds was killed by a fall from a hay wagon on his farm near Madison. James Cecil, aged 17, of Muncie, fell from a wagon load of coal in Selma and was killed. Mande Mowatt, 6 years old, of South Bend, was burned to death by having her Clothing catch fire. "William It. Ilutton, a drayman, aged 53, of Anderson, drove over a thirty-foot embankment and was instantly killed. Wilson Moore, a machine man, was killed by a fall of slate at the Lynn mine, lie was fifty years old and came front Linton. James, Margaret, Ella and John, children of James O'Hara of Peru, are in a critical condition, the result of coal gas escaping from a baseburner. Stockholders in the First National Bank at Ilagerstown, which was robbed recently, say the loss was f 4,857 in cäsh and $000 i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 November 1905

Sbe tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HMncKf & gillesfieT ffp1??8"11 BwWingi Corner phonr27.aUd CCntCr StreCtS' TeIe" JW. at the Postoffice' it Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind, November 9, lb03. Eli Whiteleather, a meat market owner at Larwill, Whitley county, was fined $1 and costs-for butchering a beef on Sunday. The affidavit was filed by the Rev. Simon B. Stookey and charged Sabbath desecration. There is still a great deal oi terror prevailing in Russian cities. Likewise very much in certain American cities like New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnati, where the people are desperately engaged in the attempt to throw off political bossism. This country is not alone in enjoying prosperous times, though it has more thereof than any other country on the face of the earth. Germany, France and Great Britain are somewhat similarly blessed. The really distressed countries of the world are Russia and Spain. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Instead of r...

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