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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 February 1906

V x Recorders Cuce rr VOLUME Y PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1906. NO. 17 PLYMOU I 1 J I 1 i 3 i I t . u ft 'J u hi 1 m U w b m f r s bj in t I I . lie mc mz tit i he to ha he be mi tir foi trs del XDI de evi il r ' i he- ny ' em J - it, ... tro 7 btr ill J am to : '; : ano. fe t ; ; bat to : ; I tl me ' w" 1 Wr I ere i her -, par I OH : pat far A H "H MtM i milt a d j'yoo to ; r- ? rid 1 I i QUEER OLD IDOL IN BARN. Relic of Some Ancient Tribe that was Recently Found. Is it a relic of the Indians, an old god of the Aztecs or Incas, or is it a diety that was worshiped by a most historic and mysterious people? asks the Philadelphia Press. That is the question that is perplexing many of the citizens of west Philadelphia and which an expert of the archaeological department of the university of Penn sylvania could not answer concerning a crude stone idol found hidden among straw in the barn of G P. Groves' Sons, 4218 Lancaster avenue. Had the idol been dug up the nat ural supp...

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. — 1 February 1906

TUE PLYMUTITTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. nülDRICKS Q CO.. . . Publishers. 1906 FEBRUARY 1906 ifiu Mo Tu We Th Fr S o e o a 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 O O Q 9 9 XL Q. N. M. "C F. Q.F. M. V 15ih r23rd ) 1st. 9th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to mike it Complete. Lives Lost in Hotel Fire. A special from Lowell, Mass., says that several persons are thought to have lost their lives and more than twenty injured In a fire which partly destroyed the Rich ardson hotel, one of the leading public houses in that city. The llichardson hotel is a moderate-sized structure of brick and is four stories high. When the firemen reached the scene the flames had pcne trated to several of the floors and dense moke was issuing from the windows to which many of the quests in the up per part of the structure had fled to es cape suffocation. The firemen and police rescue...

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. — 1 February 1906

5 iMJ ot CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) "80 you have been a rich woman. Pauline," he said, turning to her kind ly, lie did not know yet how far this estrangement had been intentional on her part, and he would give her the benefit of the doubt. "I, too, hare fallen on prosperous times. Now, what are you coin to do? Shall I see you home? Or hill I call oa you to-morrow, when you .will be quieter and calmer? Or will you come and look at my little place now?" Then, for the first time, Pauline raised her head; and again Jack saw the ex pression of the carred timers heads as she answered her husband. "I wijl not accompany you anywhere; wouhI sooner klil myself for I hate youT' The shocked clergyman would hare spoken; but Telling stopped bLn cour teously but firmly. "Yon must pardon me: but this is my affair, as you must acknowledge, and mine only." Then turning to the raging woman, he went on: "In those circum stances farther discussion would be use less;" and only Jack, who was watch ing him ...

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. — 1 February 1906

COPVII1CHT 102 KIRSCHBAUM Zhe tribune Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner La port e and Center Streets. Entered at the PostifSce at Plymouth, In diana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., February 1, 1906. The Chronicle Condemns Itself. The Weekly Chronicle condemns itself in the following article. It says: "When the democratic district con vention met in Plymouth recently no person was present irom Pulaski county, so that county could not vote in the convention. Nevertheless, it was decided that no one should be chairman of the district unless he re ceived a majority of the total dele gate vote of the district. This was considered fair by all, and is in mark ed contrast to the methods used in the Republican county organization recently." In organizing the Republican coun ty committee, townships from which no committeemen were present were not allowed to vote, and W. G. Hen dricks received 18 votes which is a majority o...

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. — 1 February 1906

( ' I- V I if Buy Only Hard fire Pence The Kokomo Squaro and Diamond f.lesh Fences. AM 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 loss than ca st. Call and get some if you want soft wire fence at a bargain. BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE LOCAL NEWS F. W. Fromm returned Friday from Rochester, where he had been on business and to see relatives. Mrs. Catharine Stansbvry is re ported seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Greene, in South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Stoneburner of near Tyner, were called to War saw Thursday by the critical illness of a nephew in that city. Henry L. Jarrell has been appoint ed administrator of the estate of the late Edward Hill of Polk township, who was killed by a B & O. train. John D. Rockefeller has given $1,450,000 to Chicago University, making a total of $16,39y,922 given to that institution by him during the past s...

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. — 1 February 1906

KNIFE INSTEAD OF NOOSE. mm OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS DO MORE THAN YOU ARE NUMBER of girls In a Boston have adopted as their motto the sentiment expressed in the above lines. "If you never do more than you are paid for, you vill never get paid for more than you do," is the way they put It. These girls have, early in their career, discovered the secret of business success. It is a principle that feis worked itself out in life a thousand times, and al ways to the advantage and success of the follower of It. It has been the foundation stone of many a notable career. Men right here in Pittsburg have accepted it j their motto and have risen to eminence through it. The streets are crowded with men and. women who Lave failed In life because they were looking for the oft snap and the easy Job. Pull may get a man a po sition, only hard work and merit lead to his advance ment LH more than you are paid for! It is a motto that might well be expanded into a philosophy for lif...

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. — 1 February 1906

Tumors Conquered Without Operations Unqualified Success of Lydia E. PinKhanVs Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs. Fox and Miss Adams. One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the conquering of woman's dread enemy. Tumor. So-called "wandering pains may come from its early stages, or the pres ence of danger may be made manifest by excessive monthly periods accom panied by unusual pain extending from the abdomen through the groin and thighs. If you hare mysterious pains, if there are indications of inflammation, ulcera tion or displacement, don't wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital opera tion; secure Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound at once and begin its use. and write Mrs. Pinkham of Lynn, Mass., for advice. Read these strong letters from grate ful women who have been cured: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: (First Letter.) "In looking over your book I see that your medicine cures Tumors. I have been to a doctor and he to...

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. — 1 February 1906

I r Wollt, same .... trank Carlson, same Lernens add Teegarden... 6517iTeegarden . 6520nw Ji , 6643!n c RR nw Ji sw Ji. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Five tons of binding twine a day are to be manufactured at Michigan City. Miss Bessie Harris came down from South Bend to spend Sunday with relatives. Miss Esther Dunfee, of Etna Green, was in the city Saturday on her way to South Bend. The cold wave that started for northern Indiana January 21, was prostrated by the heat. Mrs. S. J. Bergener and children of Donaldson spent Saturday with Mrs. Burgener's parents in this city Miss Goin has returned to her home at Anderson after a visit of several days with Mrs. Elmer Taylor. Rev. D. B. Kesslinger of Bourbon attended the meeting of the Sunday school executive committee in this city Saturday. A number of the ladies from Ke wanna spent Friday at the home of Mrs. J. E. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis resided in Kewanna several years ago and have many friends there. Rev. J. S. Crcwder was disinfected and relea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

V 1 HIP Recorder's Offt febJ VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1906. NO. 18 J L' J 1 1 V iiw : iL.; iL iL V . ' i t i - . . i ? ; r ? 1 1! 1? GOVERNOR - HANLY HERE. Kpileptic Commission . Visits Ply- . moutn and Were Given a Royal Reception. Governor Hanly, wiu Amos C. Butler of the State Board of Char ities, Dr. Whiteside of Franklin and Mr. Mattingly of Daviess county, members of the epileptic commission, arrived in Plymouth at 6:36 p. m. Thursday evening from Knox, Ind. They were met at the station by the reception committee the band and the militia and escorted to the Ross house where places were laid for for ty guests, a splendid banquet having been prepared under the auspices of the business men of the city. Senator Parks was chosen toast master, the subjects being presented in order as follows: Mayor Logan responded to Our City;" James A. Gilmore to "Banking In terests;' W. H. Mathews, "The Legal Profession;" S. N. Stevens "The Best Schools in Indiana;" Geo. H...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. CZNDRICKS Q. CO.. - - Publishers. 1906 FEBRUARY 1906 iSu 31 o Tu We Th Pr a o e e e 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 O 9 9 9 Q O Q TL Q. N. M. "Tv F. Q.F. M. V 15th 23rd jJ 1st. Vy 9th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. JLU Side and Condition of Things are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Two Fatal Saloon Fights in Indiana. Peter Pettrover is in jail charged with murderous assault on Frank Louis, who was probably fatally injured in a saloon fight at South Bend, Ind. Both had been drinking. Louis sustained a fractured skull and is in a critical condition. During a fight at Boonville, Ind., origi- aating in a saloon, Thomas Jones, aged S3, a coal-mining engineer, was stabbed and probably fatally wounded by Claude Bar ton, miner, aged 19. Barton used a pocket knife and slashed Jones more than twenty times in the body. $2,500,000 Union Depot for Cleveland. From what i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

"wirr i ! 1 I t V '1 4 , i I i - 4 ; V. Ihc M M t t I t t 1 1 1 1 I 1 t 1 1 1 I 1 t M f t ! I CHAPTER XXIV. It was Sir Geoffrey' first dinner par ty, and Ethel felt just a little nervous as she receive;! the guests. Captain Peliing was watching her in the pause of his chat with Bertha Collins. He caught her eye presently and smiled at her reassuringly, for she had confided to him her dread of the awful occasion. "You are an old friend of theirs, are you not?" Bertha was saying to the captain. "We all think Miss Mailing quite charming. I took to her from the first; but, do you know, she is Lot easy to get on with. Of course she is all one could wish as a hostess; but it is impos sible to gush with her. She has a way of sifting all one say and showing up anything that is absurd without certainly in the least intending to give offense. Yon would hirdly believe it, I dare say, but I have adopted the habit of trying to talk seriously when she is listening." "I think that is the greatest ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

KP' 1 , COrIGHT 1t02 BY A. B. KIRSCHBAUM A COL Gbe.tldbune. Unly Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, In diana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., February 8, 1906. A great waterway to the gulf would be a good thing for the West, no doubt, but the plan now on foot, which involves an outlay of $31,000- 000 by the Government in making the Illinois River navigable and in im proving the Mississippi above St. Louis, could be modified to advan tage by spending a part of that sum on the Wabash and the Ohio. The Ohio is a great waterway in itself and has been neglected by the Govern ment. 8 The President has made public a letter urging upon Congress a modifi cation of the law against hazing at the Naval Acadcmv. Unless Cong ress shall promptly mend the existing law against hazing, which makes mandatory the dismissal of any mid shipman found guilty of any form of hazi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

THE BUSY BIG STORE, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. tt I 3 We promise you the biggest February Sale ever held in this locality. Greater bargains, larger stock and better assortment than ever before during any winter season. SPECIAL. FEATURE FOR TH iS the GREATEST AN N U AL CLEARANCE SALE PLYMOUTH EVER KNEW. 33 1-3 per cent cut on men's and boys' j Cans. 250 men's fine Suits worth from $12.50 to $15.00 choice $8.88 J 150 men's fine Overcoats worth from 3! $12.50 to $15.00, at choice $8.88 MA . f . . 11 1 200 pairs Shoes for men, worth $2.75 at per pair $2.18 200 pairs women's Shoes, worth $1.85.. $1.44 20 per cent reduction on all boys' misses and children's Shoes. 20 per cent reduction on all Wool, also Silk Dress Goods. 50 per cent reduction on all Furs. 35 per cent reduction on all ladies' and children's Cloaks and Rain Coats. 50 per cent reduction on all ladies fine Tailor-made Suits. 150 ladies' and misses Skirts, worth up to $4.50, at $2.88 Men's good heavy fleece-lined Under wear at, garme...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

wwiKPj, t vara it a " "There is no question In my mind,' aid Colonel A. L. Fahnestock, "as to who opened the fight at Chlckamauga. Our regiment (the Eighty-sixth Illi nois went out with Prtlnnpl Dan Me- i Cook's brigade on the evening of Sept. IS, 1SC3, to destroy Reed's bridge across the Chlckamauga. Companies I and B of the Eighty-sixth Illinois were on picket on the right of the Lafayette road, company B, under Captain Worrell, on my left, and twenty men of the Fifty-second Ohio ou my right, the much talked of spring lying to the left of Captain Worrell's company. Lieutenant G-roinger, of the Elghty- sixtli and myself took charge of our post that night, as I was short of men. I told Private Jacob Petty of my company that evening that there would be a fight the next morning, and said to him that if he shot a Johnny I would buy him a plug of tobacco. The next morning at break of day a Confederate cavalryman rode to our front. Petty saw him and asked Lieutenant A. A. Lee if he shoul...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 February 1906

WHITER WEAKNESS Dr. Williams Pink Pills the Tonic That Mcst People Need for Bleed and Nerves. In winter the air of the close rooms in which we spend so much of the time does not furnish enough oxygen to the lungs to burn out the foul matter in the blood. In the cold season we do not exer cise as much and the skin and kidneys do not throw off the waste matter as freely as usual. The system bournes overloaded with poisonous matter, and too feeble to throw it off. Relief can be had only throngh the use of a remedy that will promptly and thoroughly purify and strengthen the blood, and tha one best adapted for this purpose is the great lood tonic known as Dr. Williams Pink Pills. They acted like magic in my case' said Mrs. Clara L. Wilde, of No. 377 Farnsworth avenue, Detroit Mich. I was weak and thin and coul. not sleep. My stomach and nerves wert out of or der. I can't describe how miserable I really was. I dragged through six months of feebleness, prowing weaker all the time until I f...

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. — 8 February 1906

ADDITIONAL, LOCAL. Joah Mosslander id visiting at Dow agiac, Michigan. A. North is doing some surveying at Culver this week Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Pogue have moved to South Bend. Regular meeting O. E. S. on Tues day evening, February 6th. Rev. Father "Tremmel went to Fort Wayne Monday for a visit of a few days. Elmer Redmond of Lakeville, is spending a few days at Argos this week. Mrs. George Williams is visitin her daughter ni Starke county this week. William Conner, residing three miles west of Culver, was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Rev. J. L. Wince of Pierceton, preached at Salem church in North township Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lichtenberger, of Hibbard, transacted business in Plymouth Monday. Miss Jennie Schultz, who is em ployed in Argos, spent Sunday with her parents in this city. Miss Laura Uncapher, of Grover town, spent Sunday in this city at the home of Jesse Taylor. Nelson Martindale and Ben Hecker have gone to Walnut township to cut logs for the Hibbard saw-mill. Mrs. Do...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 February 1906

rJei's Office febD.l YMOUT TRIBUN VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 190G. NO. 11) HANLY DETERMINED. DEATHS IN INDIANA. HEPBURN BILL PASSED. BLOOD ON NATION. MAN AFTER OFFICE. COUNCIL MEETING. MORTUARY. STORMS MUST GO. Reco PL TLJT Governor Will Call Special Session Unless Storms Resigns. Louis Ludlow, writing from Wash ington, says The Indiana legislature will be called in special session unless Daniel E. Stroms resigns the office of secretary of state. But one man can prevent an extra session, and that man is Storms. This is exactly the situation as it has been outlined by Governor Ilanly to his friends in Washington. His mind was net changed by the advice which w.s freely poured into his ears here, b it it is his intention "to plow the furrow to the end." When he came his mind was made up. Nothing was said or done 'here which he feels could cause him to deviate from his purpose. While he found many who disagreed with his policy of calling an extra session, he left...

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. — 15 February 1906

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. XX ENDRICKS QL CO.. - - Publishers. 1908 FEBRUARY 1906 rSulÄlo Tu We Th Fr S 0 0 l 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 e O 9 O T'L. O. N. M. "IN P. Q.STSvF. M. J 15th zi23rd S) 1st. gy 9th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Thing re iihonn. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete Panic on Lake When Ice Gave Way. At the closing of the skating tournament on the Humboldt park lagoon at Chicago, the ice slowly gave way beneath 3,000 peo ple, causing a. panic in which many were Injured. The ice sank slowly and the crow d reached the bank in safety. During the progress of the tournament the police had kept the crowd behind ropes which guarded the course, but at the last the peit gathering got beyond control, overrunning the ice in all directions. Suddenly there was a crackling sound and a cleft appeared stretching across the lagoon. In the panic that en sued wom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 February 1906

for The Term ofHis Natural life By MARCUS CLARKE chapter i: On a certain May the garden of a large red-brick bow-windowed mansion called North-end House was the scene of a domestic tragedy. Three persona were the actors in It. One was an old man, whose white hair and wrinkled face gave token that he was at least sixty years of age. lie stood erect, in the attitude of one surprised into sudden passion, and held uplifted the heary ebon cane upon which he was ordinarily accustomed to lean. He was confronted by a man of two-and-twenty, unusually tall and athletic of figure, dressed in rough seafaring clothes, and who held in bis arms, protecting her, a lady of middle age. The face of the young man wore an expression of astonishment, and the slight frame of the gray-haired woman was convulsed with sobs. These three people wer Sir Richard Devine, his wife, and his only son Rich ard, who had returned from abroad that morning. "So, madam," said Sir Richard, in the high-strung accent which i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 February 1906

ry Schlosser; 1st prec, J. J. Freese; Hess Grube & Harley, ayl maint, hdw and oils Lauer & bon, asyl mnt clthng .r-rf " r ' SÄ i I i 7 -i S; i i ? ( t s x Unly Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY Jr1 U 13ZZS2X2Z2ZSS. OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at tLe Postoflice at Flymouth, In diana as secor.d-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, February 15, 1S06. Senator LaFollette's first bill in the Senate is to prohibit the use of rail way passes by all federal employes. LaFollette doesn't propose to turn his back on the things that have made him famous. Once, a few years ago, it was an easy natter to count up the number of lieutenant generals in the history of the United States army, the list was so short. Now, so frequent have been the promotion and so short the terms of service, it is likely that only an army officer can give the names offhand. v They are making matters pretty warm for Senator Reed Smoot just now. He testif...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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