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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 January 1906

St i j tZ: Call or Send for a List of Successful Numbers at Buck's h OA My trade during the past year surpasses all former for which I desire to extend thanks to all of my patrons. lieve that this is the result of the low prices and excellent value that has governed in every sale. This policy I propose to continue during 1906 and invite my old customers and all others to visit me when in need of anything in the hardware line. With best wishes to you and yours, I remain Yours truly H. (The Cash Hardware Man) LOCAL NEWS I 2o Mr. and Mrs. John Pfender are the parents of a girl baby and a boy has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Himes. The fire department was called out Sunday night at 7 o'clock occasioned by the burning of a chimney at the residence of C. L. Morris on Sophia street. Mr. and Mrs. Listenberger have removed from South Bend, where they went two years ago, and will again go upon their farm near the Antioch church. Train Xo. 30 on ths Pennsylvania this morning was covered wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 January 1906

THE BOOMING CANNON RECITALS OF CAMP AND CATTLE INCIDENTS. finr-Tlror f thm Rebellion Relat M-njr Amulng and Startling Incident of 31 arches. Camp Life Foraging Experiences and Battle Scenes. "The general impression is said the Major, "that long service in. the Union arm j dulled the consciences of men, made them callous and blase, f and that they returned to civil life with their eye teeth cut, with no trace of the unsophisticated simple-mindedness and uprightness that character ized them when they entered the service. The impression is wrong. I was Amazed at the simplicity and country shyness of the men in my own and other regiments mustered out in 18G4 and 1865. All were veterans la the best sense of the word. They knew how to do everything that was to be done In the army. They had campaigned In a dozen States. They had seen many cities, had traveled by rail, by boat, and on foot; had associated with all sorts of men; had been venturesome, frolicsome, and Teckless. But when discha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 January 1906

WOMEN WHO SUFFER Dr. Williams' Pink Pillo the One Remedy Particularly Suited Por Feminine Ills. , To women who suffer Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are worth their weight ia gold. At special periods a woman needs medicine to regulate her blood supply or her life will be a round of pain and suffering. Dr. "Williams Pink Pills are absolutely the finest medicine that ever a woman took. They actually make new blood. They are good for men too but they are good in a special way for women. "It was three years ago last spring that my he;ilth failed me says Mrs Arthur Conklin, of No. 5 Coldwater street, Battle Cretk, Mich. " I suffered from leucorrhoea and other troubles that, I presume, were caused by the weakness it produced. I had siukiug spells, nervous headaches, was weak and exhausted all the time and looked like a walking skeleton. "My back and limbs would ache almost continually and there were days when I was absolutely helpless from sick headache. I tried one doctor after another but can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 January 1906

RATE OF TAXATION-1905. Notice is hereby givea to the Taxpayers of RIA II SIX ALZ COUNTY, INDIANA, that the Tax Duplicate for the year 1905 is now in my hands, ind that I will attend at the Treasurers office, at Plymouth, as the law directs, for the purpose of receiving Taxes now due. The following table shows the rate of taxation on each One Hundred Dollars' woith of property, and also on each Poll, in the several Townships and Corporations for the year 1905: management for our party can guide us to vctory; the wrong kind will defeat us long before election day." $ nrm rntnTr mniinrrnn t We'. Wish All A FURNISHED BT GRESSNER & GOMPftMY . Owners of the only Abstract Books in the county. Abstract of title to all lunds in Marshall county compiled promptly and accurately. MORTUARY. Townships, Tonus and titles Union Twp Center Twp Green Twp Bourbon Twp Tippecanoe Tp German Twp.... North Twp Polk Twp West Twp Walnut Twp Plymouth Cit Bourbon Town Bremen Town. Argos Town Culver ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

-. . '. -on vai-i .... YMOUT Recorder's Office feb03 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1906. NO. 15 VOLUME V. E PL TLJT RIBUNE 1 :1 f 1. ' 1 it . - 1 1 11 I 1 ( l It b ! n . . fc f ;d n d Ii r 1 k i t ' 'et . It bi ; . - i t0 I ax tj I : to : I EX i : 5 .W ' rr he fa a . c. I n CLERK'S REPORT FOR 1905. County Clerk Completes Circuit Court Statistics for the Year. County Clerk John R. Jones has completed his report for the year 1905, preparatory to filing it tomorrow at Indianapolis with the Indiana Bureau of Statistics. It shows the business done by the court to have been of considerable importance. Following is the report in tabulated form: Civil Cases. Xo. of civil cases filed in 1903 133 Cases disposed of 200 Letters of administration iss'd 33 Letters of guard'nship iss'd... 23 Decrees of foreclosure entered. 8 Adjudged of unsound mind ... .4 Marriage licenses issued 5f.il Divorces. Divorces granted in 11)03 ....31 Classified as follows: To wife, 24 ; to husband, 7. Abondo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

TOE PLYMJTinRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. CEHCRICKS CL CO.. - - Publishers. 1906 JANUARY 1906 Cu Mo Tu We Th Fr Si TTTTTT 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 e o e V 17th 24th. Tnd. ysylOth. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Bloody Conflict at Tiflis, Cancasia. Nearly 350 persons were killed or injured as an outcome of an attack made by Cossacks on the Armenian seminary at Tiflis, Caucasia, following the throwing of two bombs from that institution at a passing patrol. Four Cossacks were wounded and a boy was killed by the explosion of the bombs. Artillery was immediately called up and the seminary was surrounded and shelled. The building soon burst into names and the bomls and cartridges stored therein exploded. Thirty persons perished during the conflagration, while 3.J0 were injured by fire or wonnded by shells. The troops subsequently sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

'I ' m i 4444444 I I i 1 HI The 'Wife's mm CHAPTER XVIII (Continued.) Jack's feelings at that moment were not enviable. He had always looked upon Lord Summers commission as a direct proof of his own ability. It was a decided damper to hi good opinion of himself to discover that it was due to pctn'g interest in Ethel Mallett. As yoz do not seem to have been very glad to hear of the engagement, perhaps you will be better pleased to hear that it is at an end." "Indeedl" "Yes; and I think you should know that Miss Mallett took the initiative in breaking it off." I am surprised! I thought she was Tery fond of you. But there Is no accounting for women's actions." And then Lord Summers turned to his other neighbor and threw himself into a discussion upon the drainage of land, thus tacitly dismissing the other subject; but Jaqk was conscious that he was not held blameless in the matter nor inueed did he feel so. One point in the conversation had roused his curiosity Lord Summers remark as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

1, i Ii Ah ' '4b b , ) 1 d r ; V ' h . "J ' et ' - it . ai to 1 I at. Is I bo to II m i i t f i w; trhe pu cm F ft A I : n to Qfe tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. 13TH DISTRICT CONVEN- HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner La port e v..uici oireets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, InCiana as second-class matter. John, L. Moorman . Elected ' Dis trict Chairman by Acclamation. The Thirteenth District Republican convention held in this city Tuesday was largely attended and was a most enthusiastic Plymouth, Ind., January 18, 1906. and harmonious meeting. Dele- gaies irom an oi tne counties in CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP, the district as well as representaThe announcement made in our tive men of the party were prespaper that M. F. Brosnahan ent. would become associated with The convention was called to the proprietor in the future man- order by District Chairman John agement and ownership of the L. Moorman and on motion of lribune Daily and Weekl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

Buy Only. Hardware Fence Tho Kokomo Square and Diamond Hosh Fences. All line wires aro high Carbon coiled spray wire, which alvays stay stretched. About 20.000 rods of Soft Wire Fence Pittsburg Electric Weld, American Ellwood to close out at or less than cost. Call and gat some if you want soft wire fence at a bargain. BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE & LOCAL NEWS Joe Stein made a business trip to Culver today. Mrs. Dessie Myers has moved from Plymouth to Chicago. George Weisert and Mamie Burden were licensed to marry. Mrs. B. F. Head has gone to Indianapolis to remain with relatives for some time. Louis N. Allman of Chicago, was in town today calling on his parents and other friends. Mrs. James McHugh is spending a week in Mishawaka with her daughter, Mrs. John G. Miller. M. V. Starr, of the Goshen News-Times, in attendance upon the convention, made this office a calL Mrs. Hite has returned to her home at South Whitley after a visit in this city with her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Kyser....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IA1PORTANT SUBJECTS PROTECT NIAGARA FA7.LS. ,N his recent message to Roosevelt urged strongly action to protect Niagara cies now threatening its iommendod that the State self unable to protect the the example of California mini Xosemite valley and place tu!s great natural attraction in the keeping of the national government. As the only way In which assured protection can be secured for the falls Is through the co-operation of the American and Canadian .government, the American Civic Association has begun tn agitation to keep the subject before Congress and secure action upon It at this session. The American people who regard Niagara withjust pride as one of the great scenic wonders of their country and of the world, will be practically unanimous in their approval of this movement. The idea that the falls hou!d be sacrificed to commercial vandalism Is obnoxious, but that apparently must be their fate unless something ü done immediately. Ten power developi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

WiO SHE WA SKETCH OF THE LIFE And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of '73" Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores. This remarkable woman, xvhosc tnaiden name was Estes, was born in Lynn, Mass., February 9th, 1819, coming from a good old Quaker family. For some years she taught school, and became known as a woman of an alert end investigating mind, an earnest teeker after knowledge, and above all, possessed of a wonderfully sympathetic nature. In lS43she married Isaac Pinkham. a builder and rvai estate operator, and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness. They had four children, three sons and a daughter. In those pood old fashioned days it was common for mothers to make their own home medicines from roots end herbs, nature's own remedies calling in a physician only in specially nrpent cases. By tradition and experience many of them gain-.-d a wonderful knowledge of the curative properties of the vari...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 January 1906

RATE OF TAXATION-1905. Notice is hereby given to the Taxpayers of III A II SHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, that the Tax Duplicate for the year 1905 is now in my hands, and that I will attend at ' the Treasurers office, at Plymouth, as the law directs, for the purpose of receiving Taxes now due. The following table shows the rate of taxation on each One Hundred Dollars' woith of property, and also on each Poll, in the several Townships and Corporations for the year 1905: II r State Tax County Tax a Townships Towns Cities a s H ü 'Ji a o o o tri c 3 5 3 a 3 o O H Union Twp ' 1 ' 12 12 12 12 12 12 2! 21 21 2! 21 2! 21 21 21 21 2! 2! 21 21 2! 21 11.6 31.35 19.6012.O5 Center Iwp... Green Twp Bourbon Twp.. 11.631-55 11.6 31;35 11.6 31-35 11.631. 35 11.6j3I.3ö U.61,35 11.0 31-55 11.6!31.35 19,60 19.60 19.60 Tippecanoe Tp 19.60 19.60 19.60 19.60 19.60 19.60 19 60 19.60 19.60 19.60 19 60 German Twp.... North Twp Polk ;Twp West Twp... Walnut Twp Plymouth City 12 12 112 !l2 12 ;12 11.6 31.35 11.631.35 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

Y TOT Record" fT , MOU 4 VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1900. NO. 16 PLY TRIBUNE 1 ; i 1 1 :!5 a t d B d . u r h i 1 1 f T I I I t t 1 t O S T h k f. S h I . n ' et " It ! bi ; tl I ' to T i ! ? I. J bo i to in m I ' W i ui i he ! f a 1 !!.! i .a I. The Eleven Groups of Men Who Control. The control of the immense interests transportation, finance, and industrial which center in Wall street, includes eleven groups. These are distinct be cause of the methods of their work, and because of the proper ties in which they operate. These eleven constitute dis tinct groups, and though inter related in a thousand ways, act independently. When, however, it comes to political control and national legislation, they move with rythmic tread. They may be roughly classified as follows: 1. J. Pierpont Morgan, with his chief lieutenant, Mr. Perkins, and a group of bank presidents, trust officers, and railroad heads, as supports. The Vanderbilt in terests are in practical harmony wun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

llIE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE.! PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - . Publishers. 1908 JANUARY 1906 ßu Mo Tu We Th Fr 3 1 T2 345 if 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 Q O O O 3L. Q. . M."? F. Q.F. M V 17th r,'21tb, y 2nd. ygjlCth. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things re Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Eighteen Killed in Fire Panic. Eighteen persons were killed and probably half a hundred injured in a panic following the cry of "Fire" in St. Paul's colored Baptist church, in Eighth street, Philadelphia. The services were being held on the second floor of the building. A defective flue set fire to the chimney, causing smoke to issue from the crevices in the floor. The sight of the smoke threw the congregation into a panic. A rush was made for the stairs in which men, women and children alike were knocked down and trampled upon by those pushing from behind. The stairway became so t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

f 'rrr'i' intini in w i ri ri-yTi1 ' I' ,l"l',l,,l',l"i"llt"f iriiririyirir' he CTTAPTER XX. Mr. Mallett did not get much sleep while awaiting Senor Castellan's return. His mind was too busy digesting what he had just heard. Puttirg two and two together, bearing In mintf the fact that the senor s description ot his beautiful customer tallied exactly with that given -of the so-called rauline Mailing by Jack Dornton, and that the photograph taken by Castellan was afterward found in that lady's possession, his belief in the imposture was naturally strengthened, and his impatience to visit the grave and sea for himself the evidence of his niece's death increased every moment. At last lie heard the convent bell strike six, and, with a feeling of relief, he rose and went downstairs. He found the senor waiting below, looking triumphant, but cautious. There were several loungers about, and Mr. Mallett and Castellan passed through the room and out of the house without exchanging a word. But,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

TEbe tribune. " "Onty Republican "Newspaper" in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY U HTiTHHT-mS. OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte ana center streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 25, 1906. Republican County Committee. 1 Chairman, W. G. Hendricks, Plymouth. Secretary, C.. M. Parks, Bourbon. Vice Chairman, Dr. N. B. Aspinall; Treasurer, C. M. Slayter, Plymouth. German township Cnairman, Hen ry Schlosser; 1st prec, J. J. Freese; 2nd, S. J. Hayes; 3rd, Benjamin Shafer; 4th, Joseph Black. Bourbon 1st prec, Albert Rogers; 2nd, Bert Ames; 3rd, Frank Corl; 4th, C. M. Parks. Tippecanoe Chairman, John Lath am; 1st,. Will Coar; 2nd, Will Mickey. Walnut 1st, Harrison Brewer; 2nd Simon Railsback; 3rd, C. T. Middleton; 4tlr, Geo. Powell. Green 1st, Bert Hand; 2nd, Elba Robinson. Union 1st, J. F. Garn; 2nd, Sam uel Medbourne; 3rd. William Norris. West 1st, Henry Hall; 2nd, Sam Garn. Polk Chairman, Frank Nash; 1st, F....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

Buy Only Hard Wire Fence Tho Kokomo Squaro and Diamond esh Fencos. All line wires arc high Carbon coiled spray wire, which always stay stretched. About 20,000 rods of Soft Wire Fence Pittsburg Electric Veld, American Ellwood to close out at or less than cost. Call and get some if you want soft wirefence at a bargain. B U CK'S CASH HARDWARE J LOCAL INtWi l Mrs. Erwin of Bourbon, came to our city Saturday to spend the day with Mrs. Harry Hum richouser. Mrs. L. R. Kennedy returned to her home at Spencerville bat unlaw after a visit with her uoub"'' Mrs. C. M. Eurit came from Logansport Saturday for a few days visit with the family of Billy Clark, on South street. Mrs. E. C. Beckner and son went to Argos Saturday to visit over Sunday with her parents who live east of that village. Edward Pontious died at his home west of Argos, Saturday, January 13, aged 73 years. His death was the result of paralysis. Geo. Benson and wife, returned to Benton Harbor Saturday, after a months' visit with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

Opinions of "gussptjos." lUMFTION is to success fect. It is the essential who i3 bigger than the his decree of success amount of gumption in The Iloosiers found say: "Gumption is the grease where the squeak is." Isn't that the basis of power? Dewey had gumption whe- he cut the cable. It does not always take age to develop gumption; it Is born in a man and often shows at an early age, as In the case of two boys. They had no father and no Income, but wanted to go to the high school. Their older brother, a member of the large firm which he Iiad entered as office boy at 12, saw no need for further education. He had succeeded without it, and why cot them? and he thought It was high time for them to be earning their own living. The boys decided that it wouldn't be any harder to stay up at one end of the night than the other, so they worked up a morning paper route which eventually netted them $100 a month. They solved the problem by earning their own living and going to school, too. That'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

ALL SICIUVOfvlEN SHCULD READ URS, FOX'S LETTER In All Parte of the United States Lydia E. Plnknam's Vegetable Compound Has Effected Similar Cures. Many wonderful cures of female ills are continually coming- to light which have been brought about by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and through the advice of Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass.. which is given to sick women absolutely free of charge. The present Mrs. Pinkham has for twenty-five years made a study of the ills of her sex ; she has consulted with and advised thousands of suffering women, who to-day owe not only their health but even life to her helpful advice. Mrs. Fannie D. Fox, of 7 Chestnut Street, Bradford, Pa., writes: Dear 5 Irs. Pinkham "I suffered for a lonj? time with female trouble, and finally was told by my ph ; sician that I had a tumor. I diu not want to submit to an operation, so wrote you for advice. I received your letter and did as you told me, and to-day I am completely cured. My doctor says the tumor h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 January 1906

m Am. Am mm m. . a mm Q Mr. A. L.Kern of Bourbon, was TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE'S FINAN- " fif'l CIAL REPORT TO THE AD VISORY BOARD. T in town on real estate business Friday. E. Hall went to Stillwell Fri day to work on the . Kankakee dredere. XT C..U I L-ld.UK. XXlLk CHI IU Ulli I p . n. . , . Bend Thursday in the interest of "ul w.ic die thp Krmth Sii hrnnm fartnrv I . J " ' I I hlircHlir niorVif L A. Mniter returned rhurs- I - r t r r ,1 r r i t. I ivir. Lernen oi l vner was in iim v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t it iMirn iiri r iir wt. i - j i ...... J . Z ... itir x?i-iAr : u .,li I ?0.ta . attending the JUaporte disbarment r vtv x l att 13 llc vuum i m v Kitch. advisory board s buv some horses. N "?.. "". same LI 14.1. German township. Marshall County, Indi ana. rienry bchrosser, township Trustee. Dated Jnauary 2, 1906. . . TOWNSHIP TAX FUND. Receipts. On hand at date of last report f 602 07 County Treasurer 860 67 same 767 21 Kiiv snm Vrrfc J ' IKS Dunnick. same T- t r ,t j c tl ATrs KU TVfillpr rf...

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