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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 February 1906

BuyO 1 ' '' TIT - T sr iv nara ' WHO ence The ICokomo Square and Diamond Mesh Fences;' All line wires are high Carbon coiled spray wire, which always stay stretched. About 20,000 rods of Soft Wire Fence Pittsburg Electric Weld, American Eilwood io close out at or less than cost. Call and gat some if you want soft wire fence at a bargain. BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE I LOCAL NEWS Miss Jennie Poorbaugh has gone to Warsaw for a visit of ten days. Archie Wilcox came down from Chicago Saturday evening and visited until Monday evening. St. Mary's Guild will meet tonight with Miss Sybilla Koch. All members are requested to be present. Mr. Wunderlich of Columbia City, visited his brother Wert Wunderlich, on Williams street Monday. John Peters has returned to his home at Bourbon after a visit of two months at Kalamazoo, Michigan. E. M. Worden of Ladysmith, Wis., is visiting J. R. Vinnedge and assisting in the sale of Wisconsin lands. Ralph Doke has returned to his home at Swayzee, Ind., after a visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 February 1906

THE COQUETTE. Toa'Il know her by her winning ways, A droop of eye, a truant smile, A heart that la reversible And up to any woman's wile. I The Resurrection I By :iary "Well, I believe everything's ready for I the Valentine Festival ! I've baked and j iced heart cakes till I can see them, no j matter where I look." Serena Allen bustled about her brigbt kitchen busily. She was a large, fair woman, handsome and energetic and capable. She was packing baskets with all manner of things good to eat. Her mother watched her with juiet ii.terest. "I hope we'll make eoou&h to pay off the church debt, this time. Is that my buggy:" She went over to the window and looted out. "No; it's Mr. Billy Harrison. You remember him. don't you. mother? He was laid up with rheumatism when you. were here last winter. They szj his boys are powerful gool to him. He rents his place to the Masons and boards with them, since his wife died. He has no daughter, and you know what living with daughters-in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 February 1906

Faith Yea cinco! te cspextexJ to have faith in Shiloh Consumption Cure, the Lun Tonic, as a cue lor Cokh, Cooghj and au diseases ol the air passages, if you have not tried it. We have faith in it. and vre guarantee it. ' If it doesn't cure you it costs you nothing. If a does it costs you 25c That's fair. Try it to-day. Shiloh has cured many thousands of the most obstinate cases, and we do not hesitate to say that it will cure any Cold. Cough, Throat or Lung trouble. If we did not fcelieve this we would not guarantee it Shiloh has had an unbrolen record of success for thirty years. It has stood every possible test without failure. Further Proof is found in the many testimonials of those who have tried Shiloh and been cured. Mrs. Aichie Taylor, Asaph, Pa, writes : "IKxigfil a bottle of SMIoh's Consumption Core and found it very beneficial. 1 have two children, acd they had a terrible cough. 1 gave them ervthing 1 could think of. but they got no bettet, mtil one evening my husband boug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 February 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Mrs. Josiah W. Jacoby went to Chicago to spend Sunday with Ker son. The Plymouth bowling team beat the Bourbon team 3Gt pins Friday night. Mrs. Willis Wright of near Walkerton, spent Saturday with relatives in this city. Quincey Kelley has returned to Chicago after a visit of a few days in Plymovtth. Miles Vanvactor went to Laporte Friday to visit over Sunday with his son in that city. Freddie Kuhn went to Kewanna to play for an entertainment Saturday evening, February 10. Mrs. Urias Buchtel visited reltives here on her way from South Bend to her home at Talma. Michigan City young people are able to skate from Michigan City to New Buffalo on the ice. J. C. Shultz of Michigan City, has been visiting at the home of his uncle, J. C. Bunnell in Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. F. XV. Bos worth have returned from a visit of several days with relatives in Michigan. Five hundred men are engaged in cutting and putting up ten inch ice at the Laporte ice houses. Miss Lizzie Dickson ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

.e.-'s ' .ace ft YMOUT VOLUME "V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 190G. NO. 20 Recor : PL LIT TRIBUNE ' ',1 ; ' ' i - : J ' ' i 1 UNCLE SAM'S BIG NAVY. A Squadron of 1,000 Guns New Ready for War. The nvy of the United States has been growing steadily, and its present strength will shortly be impressed on the country by the formation of a great squadron, with over 1000 guns and a total tonnage in battle ships on the fighting line of 201,450. Rear Admiral Evans' squadron of firstclass battle ships will be increased to fifteen when the vessels last completed are added. The newest battle ships are the Rhode Island, Virginia, Georgia, Xew Jersey, Louisiana, Connecticut and Minnesota. Most of these have had their trial trips. Those already in commission under Admiral Evans are the Missouri, Maine, Alabama. Illinois, Kentucky, Kearsarge, Indiana and Iowa. Only a few of these floating fortresses have been tested in war, but they represent modern ideas in the construction of battle ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

THE PLYMOÜTHTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS & CO.. - - Publishers. 1906 FEBRUARY 1906 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr d i e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1! 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 O Q J 9 Ö O Q Z'U O. N. M. "IN F. Q.F. M. Vj ICth .V23rd S) 1st. Sth. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Thins: lire Shown. Nothins Overlooked to make it Complete. Murdered by a Bnrglar. Morris Caplin, an auctioneer, w as murdered in the dining room of his home at Denver, Colo., by a masked burglar. Caplin was engaged in a game of cards with his wife, daughter and a friend. The murderer walked in unannounced and leveled two revolvers at Caplin and demanded his money. Caplin reached under the table, evidently for a stool to throw at the man, when the robber fired, the bullet striking Caplin in the heart, killing him instantly. The robber then backed out of the house and escaped. Desperate Battle With Robbers. Caught in an effort to bl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

for The Term of By MARCUS CIIAPTEH II. In the breathless stillness of a tropical afternoon, when the air was hot ami heavy, and the sky brazen and cloudless, the shadow of the Malabar lay solitary on the surface of the glittering sea. The sun had just got low enough to peep beneath an awning and awaken a young man, in an undress military uniform, who was dozing on a coil of rope. "Han- It! said he, rising, with the weary' sigh of a man who has nothing to do. "I must have been asleep;" and then, holding by a stay, he turned about and looked down into the waist of the hip. SaTe for the man at the wheel and the guard at the quarter railing, he was alone on the deck. On the forecastle, some half-dozen soldiers were playing at cards, or watching the fishing lines banging over the cat heads. So far the appearance of the vessel differed in nowise from that of an ordinary transport. But in the waist a curious sight presented itself. It was as though one had built a cattle pen there. At the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

- - v t s?s?far.:f meres , 1 1 Xbc ftribun e. Only Kepublioan 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, Indiana, February 22, 1906. Fort Wayne Xevvs: Of one thing there can be no mistake. If the Re publicans assume the responsibility of an extra session, they must deliver the goods. It must be a session char acterized by soberness, energy and expedition. Republicans over the state cannot impress this fact upon their representatives too forcefully. William O'Urien, the Irish member of parliament, in the course of an interview in London says that a peace ful revolution is going on in Ireland The policy of conciliation, he says, is now almost universally accepted by the nationalists, including the Orange democracy. The change had not attracted much attention in England, but everyone in Ireland knows the change has taken place, acco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

Now Is Fot Sap Sap Spoats. At BUCK'S, Call arjd See. I LOCAL NEWS f fffffffffff"fffffffffffT Miss Emma Yockey is visiting in Chicago. Mrs. Morrison went to Hamlet Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Hanes and daughter are visiting in Chicago this week. J. R. Vinnedge, Samuel Tea and Mr Brower left for Wisconsin Tues day. Hiram Shafer of Green township, went to South Bend Tuesday for a visit of two days. Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhn spent Sunday at Warsaw with their son, Ed Kuhn and family. Miss Eff.e Miller has returned to her home at Donaldson after a visit with her sister in this city. Miss Eva Munn, of near Donaldson went to South Bend to transact business Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. R. B. Flagg of this city is visiting Jerome Flagg and other relatives at Argos for a few days. David McGrifT and F. B. Stevens of Argos, stopped in Plymouth, Tuesday on their way to South Bend. Daniel Jones of Talma, has been spending a few days in this city at the home of his brother, P. O. Jones. Mrs. Elizabeth Wiltfong...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

mill? "RnnrTVr3. PAWtH'J inn uuujiiimj irAuniM RECITALS OF CAMP AND BATTLE INCIDENTS. Sunrlrors of the Rebellion Relate Many Amusing and Startling Incidents of Marches, Camp Life, Foraging Experiences and Battle Scenes. "Speaking of privates and Major fJenerals," said the Sergeant, "there was the case of myself and General Thomas M. Anderson. The General enlisted as a private in the Guthrie Grays, or Sixth Ohio, in April, 1SG1. I enlisted about the same time in Colonel's Guthrie's First Kentucky. Anderson in less than a month was given a commission in the regular cavalry, later was transferred to the regular Infantry, came out of the war a Captain, was a Colonel in 1898, was a Major General in the war of that year, and was retired as a Brigadier General of the regular army in 1U01. "I, on the other hand, remained with my regiment to the end of the Civil War. carried a rifle for nearly four years, and was mustered out a sergeant; went into business at the close of the war and succeed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

TWITCHING NERVES A Serious Hereditary Troublo Cured By Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Sufferers from ailments that Lave afflicted iu regular succession oue generation after another of their family are, as a rule, inclined to submit to them as inevitable. The case which follows proves that such hereditary difficulties are not beyond the reach of curative forces and should inspire hopefulness and a readiness to try remedies that have effected signal cures, such as that which is here given. Mrs. Elizabeth Rann ells, of No. 408 East Seventh street, Newton, Kansas, gives the following account of her ailment and her cure : "For two years I suffered from a trying nervousness in my lower limbs from my knees down, as my mother and my grandmother had suffered before me. The situation was for many years accepted as unavoidable because hereditary. But about two years ago,when my sou was realizing benefit from the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I thought there might possibly be some good in them fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 February 1906

LOCAL NEWS Mrs. S. E. Reeve has gone to Chicago for a visit of a few days. Henry Gearhart and family of nerr Etna Green, have moved to South Bend. Miss Jessie Freeman of Pierceton, is visiting Miss Gertrude Holland in this city. Frank Pearce, wife and daughter went to Mishawaka Thursday for a visit of a few days. William Winrott came up from Indianapolis to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Stansbury. J. V. Falconburg of Teegarden, attended the soldiers' reunion at Bourbon Wednesday. Mrs. A. C. Capron and her mother, Mrs. Rockhill, have gone to Chicago for an extended visit. Mrs. Frank Bates and Mrs. Bert Plummer of Bourbon, went to South Bend Thursday for a visit of a few days. Fred Schultz, the veteran trapper, has gone to Starke county with his traps' to try his luck for a wetk or two. - E. Dill who came from Chicago a year ago and bought a farm east of Argos, was a Plymouth visitor Thursday. W. M. Freeman, has returned to his home at Pierceton after a visit ol five days with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

recorder's Office febo LYMOU VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1906. NO. 21 TH REAR ADMIRAL IN NAVY. Indiana Man to Command American Squadron in Far East. James Henry Dayton of South Bend, Ind., Wednesday became a rear admiral in the navy, says a Washington telegram. The promotion came as a result of the retirement of Roar Admiral Edwin Longnecker, late commandant of the League Island navy-yard. Rear-admiral Dayton has already received orders to proceed to the Philippines, and on his arrival there he will become second in comand of the American squadron in the far East. Rear-Admiral Train is first in command. Several days ago Admiral Dayton left for his home in South l5cnd, and he will spend two Weeks there with his relatives before proceeding to duty with the squadron in the East. In view of the fact that this government an ticipates that, sooner or later, there wil be trouble with China, the assignment of an Indiana man to the second place in com mand of the Ameri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

Jiic PLYMOUTlTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - - Publishers. 1900 MARCH Sutfo Tu We Tli Sa t ...I. .. i . , r 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 Q e XL. ON. M. T F. Q.P. M. Vj17th Villah jj 3rd. KJ 10th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. , Court and Crimea Accidents and Fires Labor and Capital Grain 6tock and Money Markets. Porty Hurt in Street Car Accf iu Two street car accidents in wh' forty people were seriously injured, three of whom will die, occurred a few miles from Pitts burp,-on the Millvale and Etna division of the Pittsburg Railway Company. The accidents were only twenty minutes part and resulted from a similar cause, the warm weather bringing frost from the ground, causing the rails to spread. One ear le,rt the track near Bennett and went ver an eighteen-foot embankment, injuring thirty passengers while the second car was suddenly derailed opposite the Rising Sun hotel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

Zi I w i3r A - -, i! ü Ii 1 ! 'i 1 1 in is '.i ! i M IN hi vi for The Term ofHis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER III. Continued.) "Pine," says Captain Blunt, as the two were left alone together, "you and' I are always putting our foot into it! "Women are always in the way aboard ab Ip," returned Pine. Ah! doctor, you don't mean that, I know," said a rich, goft yoive at his Ibow. It was Sarah Purfoy emerging from her rabin. "We were talking of your eyes, my dear," cries Blunt They're the finest eyes I've seen In my life, and they're got the reddest lips under 'm that " "Let me pass. Captain Blnnt, if you please. Thank you, doctor." And before the admiring commander could prevent her, she modestly swept out of the cuddy.. "She's a fine piece of goods, eh?' asked Blunt, watching her. "I don't know .where Vickers picked her up. but I'd rather trust my life with the worst of those rufflans 'tween deck than in her keeping, if I'd done her an injury. I dnt belie she'd think much of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., March 1, 1906. Judge John H. Baker of Goshen, is apprehensive that unless the Hepburn rate bill is .judiciously amended, it may not stand the test of constitutionjlity. He holds that the right of appealing to th 2 courts from any decision that might be rendered by a commission cannot be denied by legist: tion. Railway rate legislation Is now squarely before the senate, the Hepburn bill being reported from committee with Tillman as sponsor, Aldrich explaining the position of the Republican members, Culberson offering a substitute for the whole measure and others waiting to offer hordes of amendments. 3 The Indianapolis Sentinel suspended publication Sunday, having been absorbed by the Indianapolis News and Star. The Democrats of Indiana are talking of starting another...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

THE ONLY ÜASHIN6 MACHINE "OCEAN It doos not cost you anything to try One. CALL AND h tVOSSiBRO'SMFCCO- ' ; J BUCK'S Cash Hardware. I LOCAL NEWS L. Rollins has returned to his home at Hanna after a visit, of a few days at Culver. Mrs. G. W. Kaufman went to Warsaw Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Elizabeth L,ee ot near Bremen, is visiting her daughter at Donaldson this week. Mishawakas chief N of police was arrested for drunkenness in Goshen last Thursday. Hon. Charles P. Drummond and wife of South Bend, visited in Plymouth over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Riddle of Rochester, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Inwood. Hicks says March will be a very stormy month, consequently we expect a milder March than usual. Judge Burson of Winamac, wants the nomination for appel-! late judge on the Democratic ticket. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Feller have returned to their home at Fort Wayne' after a visit of a week in this city. The funeral of little Pauline Preston was held Sat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

RHEUMATIC PAINS ..Disappear When Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Purify the Blood and Heal Inflamed Tissues. " Rheumatism is a disease of the blood, aused by the failure of the body to cast off. certain poisons. External applications are of use only ia securing tempo rary relief from pain the cure for rheumatism lies in purifying' and euriching the blood. Mrs. Frederick Brown, of 40 Sumpter street, Sandy Hill, N.Y., was a sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism from the time she was sixteen. She says: It first appeared in mj knee joints, then ia my hips and waist. It became a regular thin? that I would be laid up ell -winter. The . rheumatism affected mostly my hands, hips, feet and shoulders. My hands were all. puffed -tip and my feet became deformed. I lost my appetite, couldn't sleep and the pain was so intense. For several winters I was under the doctor's care and while his medicine re lieved the pain for a little while there seemed no prospect for a permanent cure. I wa3 confined to my ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na For CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON Hon Darid Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, District, writes: " have used several bottles of Peruna and I teel greatly bene ßted thereby from my catarrh of the head. feel encouraged to be' lieve that If 1 use It a short time longer 1 will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standing.11 David Meekison. ANOTHER SEXSATIONAL CUBE: Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Galena, Sfone county, Mo., writes: "I hare been in bad health for thirty-seven years, and after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna I am rured." Jacob L. Davis. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna. write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you hit valuable idvice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President r.f The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. price:. ,23 Ct 7T0 CuxTliteiPl j;io;.cDAY tvv - -ar t r i THE PEST COUGH CÜRC Many a lonesome and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 March 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. r. and Mrs. Guy Smith and family have moved to a farm near Hibbard. ATi'cc run Q,cU w J Pierceton for a visit of three or four weeks. Mrs. Edward Grant went to Bourbon Fridav for a visit of two or three days. Joseph Stein returned from the hospital at South Bend Thursday somewhat improved. Georere Washington could not tell a lie. He was not connected with any life insurance company. Mrs. D. L. Dickinson ha frnr, to Chicago for a visit of several day:; with her daughters in that city. Peter Molter of Detroit. Mich igan is here for a visit of several weeks with his parents and other relatives. Mr. .CartwnVht has returned to his home at Michigan City af ter visiting and transacting busi ness here. A report comes from Indian arjolis tha thf Inritmn U Ä l ... ... . ' lepuc village will be announced next week. Mrs. Frank Eottorff and children hnvf rpturtiAfl n Unl i, in northern Michigan after a visit with relatives here. William Taylor of Lowell, Ind has returned home a...

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