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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 November 1905

11 HEAD MiriGS KIDM FEMALE stouacii! 0HGA11S Colonel Arthur L. Hamilton, of the 7Ui Ohio Volunteers, 259 Goodalo street, Columbus, O., writes : "As a remedy tor catarrh and stomach trouble I can fully reconmendPeruna." Mrs. Hamilton, wife of the f;allant Colonel, la an ardent rlend of Peruna also j3n L. Douglas 3J?&$3:I?SHOESS W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. W.L.DOUGLAS MAKES AMD SELLS MORE MEM'S S3. BO SHOES THAN AMY OTHER MANUFACTURER. 1fl flfin REWARD to anyone who can ' OiUjUUU disprovs this statement W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes hare by their excellent style, easy fitting, and superior wearing qualities, achieved the largest sale of any $3.50 shoe in the world. They are ut as good as thoe that cost you $5.00 to $7.00 the only difference Is the price. It I could take you into ray factory at Brockton. Mass., the largest In the world ander one roof making men's fine shoes, and show you the care with which every pair of Douglas shoes I m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 November 1905

2m ttrt off o literal IM UJÜÜ1111Ü Sale Begins November 23 and Ends Saturday Evening December 2 Prices sacrificed at the very start of winter. Owing to the backwardness of the season we find these stocks overcrowded. Our clothing: tables are weighted down to their.utmost capacity with their new fall purchases and must now be cleared regardless of weather conditions and prices. This sale means on all our new goods-the cream of our fall 1905 purchases. No junk nor old goods to select from or bore you with. The prices as quoted below will be deducted from their original low selling price at time of 3ale. Wo can truthfully say-and you must confirm same-that this stores prices will be the lowest made on reliable and trustworthy merchandise. Every one is familiar with the good grade of merchandise that this store handles and we claim at . i 4 ' I r 1 ; i ;;( all times to sell as cheap and m fact cheaper when you take into consineratuon quality and reliability. Den't miss this saving oppor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

YMOUTH BUNE PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, '1905. NO 8. VOLUME V. CITIZEN'S BIG MEETING. SEA-LEVEL PLAN OPPOSED. HUGE STEEL PLANT. WORK IN CIRCUIT COURT. Business Men's Association Re-Organized, and New Officers Elected. Sentiment in Congress Is Wholly in Favor of Lock Canal. Indiana Will Have World's Biggest Steel Mills. Several Cases have been Disposed of New Cases Filed. THJE- PL i . Chief Engineer Stewns arrival from Panama is being aw.i::ed with a great deal of impatience rv the president. Secretary Taft and members of congress. They expect h;u to refute the decision of the international board of consulting engncers to build a sea-level canal anc also to make clear to congress tint such a project can not be safely i nd Ttuken unless the country is prepared to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in excess of the present estimates of cost and wait at least ten and perhaps twelve years longer for the opening of the canal. Mr. Stevens will be in Washington so that he m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

THE PLYxUOÜIII TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - Publishers. 1906 DECEMBER 1905 Su Hp Tu We Th Fp 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 M 18th rV 25th. ) 3rd.r?JH 11th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Side and Conditions of Thine re Showni Nothing; Overlooked to make it. Complete. Soldiers and Sailors in Open Revolt. Sebastopol special : The long expected mutiny of sailors who have been on the verge of revolt for months has come and Russia's stronghold on the Clack Sea is in danger of falling completely into their hands. The situation is very critical. All the shore equipages, numbering 4,003 men, are in open rebellion, having driven away or taken their officers prisoners. The Brest regiment of infantry has gone over in a body to the mutineers. General Xeplueff. the commander of the fortress, is a captive. Some of the artillerists have also joined them in revolt. Serious Accid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

ksalsaWBssW sMBBHsHaVssVBalsaVsaaBVHBMsaVBtsalBBaV The 4 I I t I I I T t t 1 t I t 1 t f 1 ! !!!! ? ! CHAPTER V. (Continued.) Ptu-lne Lad not mach soil, and she did not really care mach for xnaslc as music; bat she liked the plei sant, toothIng effect It had upon her. So she went to the opera two or three times a week, and In the intervals whispered scandal, ate Ices, drank coffee, or dozed gracefully behind the curtains of her box. This evening Mrs. Seton and she were scarcely settled in their seats before Lord Summers begged admission. The good-natured old gentleman looked rather worried, as he took the chair behind Pauline and exchanged civilities with both ladies. "I hare had a viit from Bennoir this afternoon, Pauline," his lordship began. The poor boy is teiribly upset by your refusal." "He will get OTer it." "But, my dear girl, hare you no heart at all? To my knowledge, this Is the serenth most satisfactory offer you have refused. I dare say you hare had quite a many of which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

Gbe tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Teleptone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at PlymouthIndiana as second-class matter. PlymouthIndirNovember, 301905. Coal famines would not occur every winter if mine operators and railways and dealers would unite and provide against them. But coal famines make money for the mines, by increasing prices. Each of the present Russian grand dukes is allowed to draw an income of a million dollars a year, which privilege began at the time of birth. But the outlook for the future is such that a grand duke who can draw his breath may consider himself in luck. Committees of Congress. All indications point to the probability that the announcement of committees of the new House will be delayed until after the holidays, although the speaker may be able to announce them just before the holiday adjournment. The long delay in making up the committees mea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Plymouth, Ind, November, 30, 1905. L06AL fllD PERSONAL? Misses Matilda and Loretta Pesch are visiting relatives at Garrett. Prosecutor Hayes has returned to Bremen. David Purdy is visiting his son at Logansport. Miss Theresa M. Linkenhelt is visiting her sister in Chicago. B. E. Ryder and William Everly are transacting business at Rochester. Mrs. Musteller of Rochester, is visiting Mrs. Amos Moore. " Miss Minnie Clark is visiting her brother at Kokomo. Mr. League is reported on the sick list this week. Arthur Underwood and family of, South Bend, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. F. W. Bosworth and children are spending Thanksgiving with rel atives at Euchanant Mich. Mr. Burr Raycroft and Miss Rosa Koonz, two of Marshall county's best young people, were married Tuesday Mrs. Trisinger and family of South Bend, are visiting relatives at Donaldson. Welborn & Son, Saturday only Best Boiling and Roast Beef 6 and 8 cents. d3 Miss Genevra McCrory who...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

FOR T CARVDM and RQASTE CALL AND SEE Q) i I LOCAL NEWS : Entered at thrPostoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, InL, November, 30, 1805. Noah Replogle of Laporte, is visiting in Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Strunk arc visiting at Mishawaka. Frank Andrews is visiting -at 45outh Bend. The "Coon Hollow" show went from Plymouth to Rochester. Edgar Hayslett of Bourbon, stopped in Plymouth on his way -to South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen iLemler went to South Bend for a visit of a few days. Four suits have been :filcl in circuit court against Je&se Xemert for selling liquor to minors. Mrs. George Koontz has returned to South Bend after :a visit of a few days with relatives in :this ccity. Mrs. J. M. Gray of Knox, visited relatives in Plymouth on her way home from South Bend. Mrs. J. H. Smith has returned to Logansport after a isit :in this city with her daughter, Mrs. X.M. Shakes. Mrs. Arthur Metzkr,.t f .Rochester, has returned home after .a visit with her p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

THE BOOMING CANNON RECITALS OF CAMP AND BATTLE INCIDENTS.' finrriTora of tba Rebellion Batata Many Amusing; and Startlias locideataef ZXarchea Camp Life, Forajj- , In experience and Battla Ccanea "Do you know." said the Doctor, "that Lieutenant Stephr- G. Grobb, vrho saved Sherman's . ammunition at Kesaca, Lar" four brothers in the Union army? Stephen G. Grubb was "with the Illinois contingent of the family, and enlisted at Ottawa early In 1861, in Captain Charles Houghtaling's battery (C, First Illinois artillery), and saw hard service in the Western armies, serving until June 12, 18G3. About the same time Edmund Grubb enlisted in company I, Second Pennsylvania cavalry, and the three other brothers in different Eastern regiments. "Stephen G. Grubb was promoted in "due time to First Lieutenant, and in May, 1864, was serving as ordinance officer in charge of the immense quantity of ammunition stored a Resaca for use in Sherman's campaign against Atlanta, One daj the great pile of amm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

1 II THIS STORY COST ' "loamG new romance by 0M- BOYLE THE MASTERWORK OP T1IE CREATOR OF IIiOCK HOEMES" begins DECEMBER 3 in the GQKM) RECOD-lBEMi) : : "SIMMY MAGAZINE It ilas Cv- ed More Cases Than All Others Put Together 9f 1 -WOLFF & WILSON DRUG CO. uWc have never run onto an article that met with the success of Mull's Grape Tonic, It has cured more of eonstioation and stomach trouble to our certain knowledge, than all other remedies that we ever sold pot 44 Mull's Grape Tonic must possess some V peculiar quality that no other constipa- ( J tion and stomach remedy has. All who use it . 4 . a. . 4 .1 1 f say tnat xt aaas to ine strengxn ana general health and makes them feel better in every way. "We all know that ordinary physics and cathartics have exactly the opposite ettect they have a weakening tendency. They leave the digestive system in worse shape jto overcome the trouble than it was before. "MulFs Grape Tonic is a pleasant, natural, harmless, effective remedy t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

Friday and Saturday Your Last Chance to Buy of . a w wo ai ät Prices HOC! V MM Hundreds have spoken praises of this low priced sale and reliable qualities. Your last chance is here. Buy of a store that is universally recoginized for its honesty, and for the reliabliness of its merchandise. If You Do Not Buy Here Friday and Saturday You Are the Looser. Our Underwear Dep't. too, will offer Big Reductions for Friday aüd Saturday selling. r? & C-: & C- & & & & & & Thanksgiving Linen Sale Will Sat urclay, We have some excptiona 1 . gr ol bargains for all in our Linen Dept. during this sale. Don't miss it. All during this week we will offertbe 15c kind of French flannels or Flockmaise iu short lengths at only 5c per yd. in our Basement. Don't fail to see thera if you are iutercsted in a real genuine bargain. Christmas good of all kinds n jw oa exbioition in oar Bargain Basement. Complete line o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 30 November 1905

rags MHY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE Lydfa Em Plnlthsrn'o The wonderful power oC Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound over the diseases of womankind is not because it is a stimulant, not because it is a palliative, but simply because it is the most wonderful tonic and reconb true tor eTer discorered to act directly upon the generative organs, positively curing disease and restoring health and ieor. Marvelous cures are reported from all parts of the country by women who have been cured, trained nurses who have witnessed cures and physicians who have recognized th? virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound, and are fair enough to give credit where it is doe. If physicians dared to be frank and open, hundreds of them would acknowledge that they constantly prescribe Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in severe cased of female ills, as they know by experience it can be relied upon to effect a cure. The following letter proves it. Dr. S. C. Brigham, of 4 Brigham Park. Fitchburg, Mass.,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

TT I TT TT Tv TT 1RIBUN ! HccorJlcr's Office febO 1 IL D. RKJi VOLUME Y. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1905. NO 9. YMOU E i 1 4 i i K. - 'ill CZAR'S HOLD IS GONE. Anarchy Rules Supreme in Baltic Provinces. Koenigsburg, East Prussia, Dec. 5. Upon information gained from Russian fugitives it is stated here that anarchy prevails in the Rusian Baltic provinces. The government has whollv lost o I - . .. t i.ir -. us power ana me soiuiers are oeginnig to fraternize with the revolutionists. One frequently sees drunken soldiers parading the streets with socialists waving red handkerchiefs.- ? The ferment among the sailors , at Libau continues. The peas antry declared the clergy and officials deposed and are installing new local officials. They also prevent the estate .owners from selling grain or wood, declaring that the forests are communal property. Ihe protection of life and property has wholly ceased to exist. Bands of criminals are scouring the provinces and numerous seats o...

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

THE PLYiUOUTH TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - Publishers. 1905 DECEMBER 190Ö 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 9 O 9 TL. Qi fN. M. "TN F. Q.F. M V$ ISth r?25th. ) 3rd. jj 11th. 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 Manx Catholic Bank Fails. A dispatch from the City of Mexico says: The Catholic bank, an institution operating under an Arizona charter and at the outset patronized by the higher clergy, who, it is said, withdrew their deposits recently, has closed its doors. There was no run on the bank, which has refused to do business pending the appointment of a receiver. It is said the bank had $800,000 deposits, mostly of the poorer class of people. Dos Saves Boy from Drown inc. Happy, the shepherd dog of Mrs. J. Betz of Trenton, X. J., saved little 7-year-old Vincent Harris from drowning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

The X r. t f I I 1 r t t t t ! f t ! I T I U I I ! ! I M CHAPTER VII. Continued.) "You don't know what a strange place this world ib. Miss Mallett" he began. "Your father lores you, and takes every car of you. You must therefore bear this in mind, and not be hard on the failings of others who hare not had your privileges. My wife poor girl! had no mother when I first met her, 'and was totally dependent on her father for society. It was a bad training for a young woman, for her father was a good-natured, careless fellov, always avoiding responsibility as long as was possible, and when at Iat compelled to show authority, making up by exaggerated harshness for his previous neglect. "My wife was a high-spirited girl and could not submit to the alternate fits of Indulgence and tyranny. She was about seventeen when I first met her, and her father's treatment was becoming unbearable, I became desperately sorry for her and suggested the only means in my power to help her, which was to make ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

Zbc tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bisscll Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone 27. i Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., Dec. 7, 1905. Interest will now center at Washington, where congress convenes Monday. The coming session promises to be one of the most important in years and some momentous questions are to be decided. Alaska has held a convention and adopted a platform which sets forth, for one thing, that the territory has some fertile valleys as big as a good sized state. Congress ought to give an attentive reading to what Alaska has to sav for itself. m The Democratic governor elect of Ohio and his wife are strict Methodists and will permit no dancing at the Inagural reception in Columbus. Nothing of an alcoholic nature will be furnished for the guests to drink. Old time citizens of the state may sigh as they recall the days when "Bill" Allen was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

TOT PLYMOUTH WEEKLY TRIDUXIE. "Tl! I TRADING STAMPS I DURING THIS SALE. TRADING STAMPS DURING THIS SALE. U PL 6 r o ! . ' J ii Y u n Lil I', ' 1 J V 4 ; i -" I . 1 n . .11.1. V-! At KLOEPFESrS New tore gp: : gn er: ar: tr: tJr. g-. S. tr: tf. ST: ST1: g--vT". ST-T SC CT-T-T- vT-w y y CT-w- g. w w y C w w w y A-T g S ST- w- w It has been, our hobby for the past 25 years or more to conduct such a Bargain Giving Sale in the Christmas month so that our customers can make their money go to the extreme limit of value during December. This year we propose to outdo ourselves, and ourselves only, (as others are mere followers in this Bargain giving,) a. pace which will be hard for us to beat next year. We have a complete stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cloaks, Jackets, Skirts, Waists, Furs, Blankets, Comfortables, Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Notion, Etc., to select from. CP ,0. 00. 0..0.0.0.0. . 00. 00.0'. 0.0. 0. gm. f... . m.0..0..0.00.00.0i.00.00.0.0.0''0.0-r"'0 -'r'-- g?tjf,rT'fTsr,i,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

6 TIIE M-YtIOUTH WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Ete tribune- "Only Republican Newspaper ia the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone 27. Telephone Number 27. Cntered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana is second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., Dec. 7, 1905. Wo Man Rswaarolt-'ja nnnrml itimmm has been delivered to congress. Open- J lng with a plea for the co-operation of all classes In continuing the country's ; prosperity and In correcting existing evils, for a "square deal" for everybody, the message first takes up the question of corporations and railroad rate legislation. The president says: Corporations. I am in no sense hostile to corporations. This Is an age of combination, and any effort to prevent all combination will be not only useless, but In the end vicious, because of the contempt for law which the failure to enforce law Inevitably produces. The corpora-j tion has come to stay. Just as the trades union has com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

SKATES AND KATE AT LOCAL NEWS ä Fountain Pens at the People's Drug Store. Lou Wickey came hone from Kiles, Mich., to visit ovsr Sunday. Mrs. William Spurgeon of Kokomo is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Galloway. A score of Plymouth girls -who teach in other cities, came home Wednesday evening to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Addie Ringgenberg and little daughter of Bourbon, spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Kewanna. Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. George Smith of Bourbon, spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Plymouth. Johii H. Brooke, wife and daughter came up from Warsaw Thursday to visit Mrs. J. E. Houghton, Mrs. Cook and other relatives here. Cold stormv weather for the county teachers' institute held at the Washington school building caused a smaller attendance than usual at the opening session. ! The grand larceny case of Robert and Lillie Clark and Edward Spencer charged with burglary during the Bourbon fair, was set for December o, before court adjourned last Wednesday. Martindale &amp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 December 1905

1 ÖOLDIEßS' STORIES. ENTERTAINING REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR. Graphic Account of Stirring Scenes Witnessed on the Battlefield and In Caxip-Veterans of the Rebellion B cit Experience of Thrillln Natmr. "The other day," said the Major, "I went out to see the Sergeant, on an Invitation to take Sunday dinner with him. I put in an appearance about noon and found that Mrs. Sergeant was at church and that the Sergeant Himself was cooking the dinner. I went with him to the kitchen and came upon the most appetizing smells that ever tantalized a hungry man. . "The roast beef was cooking Just to my taste; the potatoes were browning In Just the right way, and the other vegetables were steaming alongside, signalizing odorously to my senses. The Sergeant had everything well In hand, and when Mrs. Sergeant came In we sat down to a well planned and a well cooked dinner. The Sergenat Incidentally remarked that his wife was a very fine cook. The wife admitted this, but said she had learned all tie knew...

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