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

it i LYMOUTH Recorder's Office Jff) K i l 4 11 1 VOLiBIE V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906. NO. 22 i ff' 1 i 4 'I i 1 NEW CASTLE GETS IT. Epileptic Village Will Be Located on Tract of 1,060 Acres Costing $100 an Acre. One of the longest and hottest fights for a State institution ended Wednesday, when the three com missioners appointed by Governor Hanly decided to locate the new In diana Village for Epileptics at New Castle. Tentative selection of 1,000 acres of land was made, to be modied slightly as necessity shall arise The price to be paid is $100 an acre. so that in all something in excess of $100,000 will be spent tor the site of the institution. The she selected is about a mile and a half north and a little east of Newcastle. It is a beautiful site, hav ing good ridge land for dwellings, about 100 acres of forest, 300 acres of pasture land and about 700 acres of tillable bottom land. Good drainage facilities are afforded. The land is now owned by J. C. and C. T. Hud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 March 1906

THE PLYMOÜTHTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. IIINDRICKS a CO., - f Publishers. 1906 MARCH 1906 ßu Mol Tu We Th Fr Sa 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 O Q 0 fTL O. TN N. M. "TN F. P. M. lj 17th24th )) 3rd. (V) 10th. FEATURES OF INTEILEST CONCERNING PEOPLE. PLACES AMD DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Com its and Crimes Accidents and Fixe Labor and Capital Grain, Ctock and Money Markets Tea Thonsand People Lost in Storm. The steamship Mariposa, which arrived ctSan Francisco from Tahita, brings news that on Feb. 7 and 8 a destructive tornado wept the Society islands, causing damage to the amount of $1,(300,000 at Tahiti and a similar amount in Tuamotu islands. Ten thousand persons are said to have perished during the storm and several of the islands nave disappeared. - The city of Papeate was inundated and seventy-five houses were destroyed, including the American consulate and French government building. XI and reds of Fins Afloat on Ice in Sea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 March 1906

I For the Term of By MARCUS CHAPTER V. In the prison of the 'tween-decks reigned a darkness pregnant with murmur?. The sentry at the entrance to the hatchway was supposed to "prevent the prisoners from making a noise," but Che put a Tery liberal interpretation upon the clause, and so Ions the the prisoners refrained from shouting, yelling and fighting he did not disturb them. To one coming in from the upper air, the place would hare seemed in pitchy darkness; but the convict eye, accustomed to the sinister twilight, was enabled to discern surrounding objects with tolerable distinctness. The prison was about fifty feet long and fifty feet wide, and ran the full height of the 'tween-decks. The barricade was loopholed here and there, and the planks were in some places wide enough to admit a musket barrel. On th3 aft side, next the soldiers berths, was n trap door, like the stoke-hole of a furnace. At first sifjht this appeared to be contrived for the humane purpose of ventilation, but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 March 1906

3 t;' I I? j t I! n u II M M I: i I il j i'i i. be Tribune. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Eaporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, March 8, 190G. Call for Selection of Delegates. In accordance with the call of District Chairman Moorman, the Republicans of Marshall County, Indiana, are hereby called to meet in mass convention in their respective townships on Saturday March 10, 1906, for the purpose of choosing delegates and alternates to the Congressional Convention to be held at Warsaw, Indiana, on Thursday, March 15, 1906; also to select delegates and alternates to the state convention to be held at Indianapolis April 11 and 12th, 190G. The various townships are entitled to the following number of delegates based on the vote of secretary of state for the year If 04; the ccunty being entitled to fifteen dele gates in each of the abov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 March 1906

THE ONLY WASHING MACHINE "OCEAN WAVE" It doos not cost you anything to try One. I. 'jr. - t .-.. - 1 UGEAHMVt vi i 0SS BRO'SMFC.C I - . dJHff! . ' ill iT 1 , 1 Never had ONE Returned. Every Machine Guaranteed CALL AND SEE THEM. BUCK'S Gash Hardware. LOCAL NEWS f Considerable maple syrup has been made this week. Miss lone Gross is visiting at Etna Green this week. Bank Examiner Fräser of Warsaw, spent Wednesday in Plymouth. The price of wheat has advanced slightly during the past two days. Samuel Schlosser transacted business at Columbia City Wednesday. Fred Shoemaker transacted business at South Bend and Elkhart Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richardson of Ogle county, 111., are visiting at Faul Bucher's this week. Mrs. William Jordan and family who reside west of Donaldson, are visiting at Argos this week. Fred H. Kuhn, George H. and James W. Thayer made a business trip to Chicago Wednesday. Mrs. John Dill'and family leave for ,Bonesteel, Souih Dakota, Thursday, to make that place ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 March 1906

"Where ig that sugar barrel, madame? WIrere Is that sugar barrel?" exclaimed the genial Pa Jones, excitedly, as he rushed down cellar and then dashed up again. "What have you done with it? Have jou been chopping It up to start the fire In the gas stove? Have you been glvinp it to the Smiths for an ash receiver? Why don't you leave things alone? Why don't you keep your claws off of my personal property? You can't keep anything in this house! You can't even keep your temper ! If you don't ' "What is the matter with you now, you amiable old grouch? interrupted Ma. with a fierce glare at the palpitating Pa. "What makes you act so heavenly? What makes you act so much like a y;tp-faced Jones? What " "What do you suppose is the matter with me, sweet angel? What do you suppose is the matter with me?" broke In Pa, explosively. "Can't you see that I am agitated? Can't you see that I ain hot in the collar? Can't you see that I am mad? Where is that barrel?.! Why don't you confess? Why don't yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 March 1906

TV0 OPEN LETTERS IMPORTANT TO PIARRIED WOMEN Mrs. Mary Dimmick of "Wasblngton tella How Lydia E. Pinfcbain's Veg-etabla Compound M&da Eer Well. It is with great pleasure we publish the following letters, as they convincingly prove the claim we have so many, times made in our columns that Mrs. PinEham, of Lynn, Mass., is fully quali fiedto pive helpful advice to sick women. Bead Mrs. Dimmick's letters. Her first letter : Dear Mrs. Plnkham : I have been a sufferer for the past eight rears with a trouble which first originated from painful periods the pains were excruciating, with inflammation and ulceration of the female organs. The doctor says I must have an operation or I cannot live. 1 1 do not want to submit to an operation if I can powibly avoid it. Please help me." lira, Alary Dimmick, Washington,!). C. Her second letter; Dear Mrs. Piniham: ' Yoi will remember my condition when I last wrote you, and that the doctor said 1 must have an operation or I could not live. I...

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

I LOCAL NEWS I Marion Sarberof Tynr, is visiting in Chicago. Allen South and family have moved to a farm near Poplar Grove. Mrs. H. B. Allen has been sick for several days with lung fever. A farmers' institute will be held at Walkerton, Wednesday, March 7. John Fosttll of Marion, visited Mr and Mrs. Hartle in this city Friday The L. L. & S. B. traction line is trying to work Mishawaka for a sub sidy. Miss Mary Sullivan went to Chi cago Friday afternoon to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Amelia Alderfer, died at Argos February 22, aged 76 years 1 month and 21 days. Miss Dora Fogel has returned from a visit of several days at South Bend and is again at her place in Allman's store. Mrs. Xuttall, wife of th? principal of Plymouth high school, is visiting at Chicago and other points in Il linois. Charles M. Walker of Tippecanoe, and George F. McCoy of Bourbon, ?re among those who want th Dem ocratic nomination for auditor. Congressman Brick passed through Plymouth Friday morning on h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 March 1906

Recorder's Office feboa PTN PLYMOUTH i i i VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900. NO. 23 i i HE TM1R i ii II i.i i ' ! 1 . t i I .'I H ; ; II: U i lj k 'i VV Ii J '1 I 5 . i i ! I 1 ! t I'i !! r , 1 -1 ! -.: '1 : f I . i ' i ! I THE STATEHOOD BILL. Senate Refuses to Admit Arizona and New Mexico. Situation Now Complicated. After a prolonged campaign of education during which it has been made manifest that public sentiment generally favors the admission of the four regaining territories as two states, the senate again has declined to conform to the popular will. The bill which it passed Friday permits Oklahoma and Indiana Territory to enter the union as a single state, but omits any provisions for the admission of New Mexico and Arizona. The mining and railway interests that have fought the bill from the start have prevailed. The Republicans wbo were influenced by these interests were joined by the Democrats, who oppose the measure on partisan gröunds. The action of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 March 1906

TüE PLYMJIiITRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - Publishers. 1808 MARCH 1906 Ga Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa o o 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 '8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 10 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o o. o o o TL- Q.TNN. ÄLTS P. Q.AP.M. g 17th ) 24th. j) 3rd.Cs;i0th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE. PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. , Ourta and Crime Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital Grain Stock and Money Market. Two Killed and Fifteen Hurt in Wreck. Two persons were killed and fifteen inJared in a wreck of two freight trains and fast passenger train, No. 7, on the IJ. & O. railroad, which occurred about two ailes from Bloomdale, Ohio. The engines were completely wrecked and the mail and express cars, two baggage cars, two pasvnger coaches and four freight cars were completely demolished and later burned. Ttvi freight train had stopped for water at the scene of the wreck, when another freight train bore down on it, pushing it onto the westbound track. A minute late...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 March 1906

J .Hl for The Term ofjjis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER V. Continued.) The woman of whom they were speaking met hhn at the ladder. Her face was paler thai usual, and dark circles round her eyes gare evidence of a sleepless night. She opened her red lips to speak, and then, seeiug Vickers, stopped abruptly. "Well, what !s itr She looked from one to the other. "I came for Doctor Pine." Vickers, with the quick intelligence of affection, guessed her errand. Some one Is iur "Miss Sylria. sir. It is nothing to signify, I think. A little feverish and bot. and my mistress " Vickers was down the ladder in an instant, with scared face. Pine caught tlv giri'a round, firm arm. "Where hav. you been?" Two great flaked of red came out In her white cheeks, flid he shot an Indignant glance at Blunt. "Were you with the child last night?" went on Pine. "No; I have not been In the cabin since dinner yesterday. Mrs. Vickers only called me in just now. Let go, my arm, sir; you hurt me." Pine loos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 March 1906

tlbe TEribune. Unly Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY PVBIilSHSSS. OFFICE Bissel! Building, corner Laporte and Center btrceta. Entered at the Postoffice at Flymouth, In diana as secona-class matter. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Names of Men Who Will Be Candi dates in the State Convention. Plymouth, Indiana, March 15, 1906. So Metsker has reformed. Well it might be well to keep your hands on your pocket book for a while yet at ler.st. J & w The Supreme Court has refused to remove the case of Ca'.eb Powers from the courts of Kentucky to the federal courts, but points a wa-' for a review of the action of the Ken tucky courts through a writ of error. J Jt is true that when the cau is given rope enough he hangs himself. He makes his quality so plain to even the stupidest of mortals that the label isn't necessary. But that takes time. And sometimes time is important,, . xt the annual sale of sealskins in London it is said that 18,000 skins were so...

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

THE ONLY WASHING. MACHINE "OCEAN WAVE" It does not cost you anything to try One. MJbs ' I VGSS BROS CALL AND BUCK'S Cash Hardware. f LOCAL NEWS J Wheat looks well in this county and with favorable weather there will be a good crop. M. Livinghouse and family of Hibbanj visited and transacted business in Plymouth today, -James McIIugh vent to Mishawaka for a visit of two days with the family of John Miller. ? Mrs. Daniel Harbaugh is spending a few days in South Bend preparatory to removing to that city. Wild geese are flying. This is taken as an indication that there will not be much more cold weatheiv D. B. Paddock who was seriously ill for two weeks at his home in Union township, is. now able, to be out again. Forty-five relatives and friends of John Hewitt, the bread man, helped him celebrate his 32nd birthday anniversary Wednesday evening, March 7' Dr. Weiser, formerly of Bourbon, was the orator of an "Owl" club's event in South Bend last week and his son Daniel helped furnish the...

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

The panic over yellow fever said the Doctor, "reminds me of a panic we had In our brigade on account of yellow fever at New Orleans. The brigade, composed of the Forty-second Illinois, the Twenty-first Kentucky, and two others regiments, was at Nashville in June, 18G5, expecting discharge. On the J!th, the Forty-second went by rai'. from Nashville to Johnsonville, on the Tennessee River, where It was joined by the other regiments of the brigade. All were placed on a Urge steamer and started down the Tennessee under orders to report to Sheridan in New Orleans for duty in Texas. "When the order was promulgated there was consternation in the ranks. The boys regarded the war as over. Most of the Illinois and Kentucky regimonts had been mustered out and had gone home. It was reported that the yellow fever was raging In New Orleans and that the climate of Texas was hard on Northerners. Therefore the men of the four veteran regiments wer very sore over being retained In the service after t...

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

i ) FROM CATARRH OF LUNGS SO COMMON IN WINTER BY TAKING PE-RU-IM, Sore Throat Develops Into Bronchitis. Mrs. Addie Harding, 121 W. Brighton Ave.. Syracuse, N. Y writes: I hav been a user of Peruna fcr the pas! twelve years. With me it is a sure pre ventive of colds and many other ills. Mrs. Addle Harding "Two or three times a year I m troubled with my throat, a kind of raw feeling, turning to bronchitis. I have bad the services of my physician in each case. Two years ago. when I felt a peil comics I tried Peruna to check it, and to my delight was not troubled with the smothered and choking feoling end never have been since. I can check it every time with Peruna." 7o mold upin end consider POMMEL .SLICKER, mi ALL VATERPROCF CLOTHING. lsiraieof the best V 7 STICKT) THE -Z? SIGN OFTHE FISH "V TCkuHTO. CAN. WeT.JY UiAC nasal OATAnnn la all lu 8t&f Ely's CrearvBuin! eleasses, soothes and heals the diseased membrane. It aires catarrh and drives sway a cold Is the head aoicklv....

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

I LOCAL NEWS wrrWrrWWWwfwwwww WWW VVVWV Congressman Brick returned to Washington Sunday. The farmers' institute , at Walkerton was a big success. Mrs. Omer Williams of Chicago, is visiting relatives in this city. Misses Harriet Jacoby and NevaLvitb relatives near that village TM1 f . 1. C .1 Tl 1 I sums spent oaiuraay in oomn L,enu. Keim K. Brooke is very seriously ill at his home near the court house, -Mrs. fc.d. tfowman of Warsaw, Visited over Sunday with Mrs. I. L. erMrs. " Harry Humrichouser and youngest -daughter spent bunday in Bourbon. ' . Charles Glaub has accepted a position with a large grocery house in J Kokomo. Over fifty persons from Plymouth attended the funeral of George Steyens at Argos. Mrs. Glass has gone, to Hamlet for a visit of two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Flory. Miss Edith Rose, who is emp'oyed at South 45end spent Sunday at her home in Bourbon. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Williams of Polk tOA:nship have returned from a trip to Indian Territory. I frc W TI Allrn h....

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

Recorder's Office f eb03 THE YMOU VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1906. NO. 24 PL Hp TL JT RIBUNE CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. Brick Nominated Fifth Time, Making Four Nominations By Acclamation. The Thirteenth District Republican convention convened in the opera house at Warsaw, March 15, Chairman John L. Moorman, of Knox, Starke county, calling the meeting to order. The candidates for state offices were invited to take seats on the stage at the opening of the meeting. Vhen the roll of counties was called for nominations, Hon. L. W. Koyse said that Kosciusko county with one voice would nominate Charles O. Merica. Xo other county presented a candidate until St. Joseph county was reached, when Fred Woodward of South Bend, presented the name of A. L. Brick A number of seconds followed and Judge Royse then asked that Mr. Merica be allowed to speak to the convention. Mr. Merica made a rousing speech and was frequently cheered. He said he believed that any man had a right to ...

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

THE PLYMOUTinRIßUN'E. PLYMOUTH, IND. ntrfDRICKS CI CO.. . . Publishers. 1906 MARCH 1906 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr So. o G 1 2 3 A 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 .25 26 27 20 22 30 31 o o o e i 0 CLQ.N. M. T F. Q. Sv F. M. 17th 24th. g 3rd. 10th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE VORLD. , Court and Crimes, Accidents and Fire, I, bor and Capital, Grain Stock and Money Markets. Steamer Burned; Crew Kcapcd. The Goodrich steamer Atlanta was burned to the water's edge, twelve miles oath of Cheboygan, Mich., and five miles ut. The Atlanta is valued at $150,000 and the boat and cargo are a total loss. The Atlanta had a crew of sixty men and only two passengers. The crew and the two passengers put off in the life brats and were picked up by the tag Tes.sler without trouble as there was no sea running. About this time the steamer Georgia hove In sight and relieved the Tessler of her load of passengers. Mike Mickey, a deck hand, was drowned' in tr...

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

for The Term of By MARCUS CHAPTER VI. 'Continued.) He spoke truly. Through tlie roar was heart! the rattle of" iroa on iron, as the guard "stood to their arms," and the wedge cjay cloth broke, ia sudden terror of the leveled muskets. There was an instant's pause, ard then old Tine waNc..'. unmolested, down the prison, knelt by the bodv of Rufus Dawes. "Stand back, my lads!" he said. "Take him up. two of you, and carry him to the door. The poor fellow won't hurt you." His orders were obeyed, and the old man, waiting until his patient had been safely received outside, raised his hand to command attention. "I see yon know what I have to telL The fever Las broken out. That man has got it It is absard to suppose that no one else will be seized. I might catch it myself. Yon ere much crowded down here, I know: but. my lads, I can't help that; I "didn't make the ship, you know. It is a terrible thing, but you must keep orderly and quiet, and bear It like men. You-know what the discipline is...

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

Zbc TCribune. MARRIED. OBITUARY. Espich Shreve. Smith Pomeroy. Sturday afternoon at 4:30 at the Smith Pomeroy was born in Cen- home of the bride's parents in West ter township, Marshall county, Ind., Plymouth, Miss Erma Espich, only March 23, 1836, and died in Plymouth OFFICE-Bissell Building, corner Laporte daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Es- March 19, 1906,, a tew days prior to pich, and Mr. Jay Shreve, eldest son his 70th birthday. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth. In- nf Mr nnd Mrs. Frank Shreve. were In 1834, his grand father, Grove diana as second-clasc matter. ... . r I T,..-.. ; ri .u j united m marriage, kjti account oi i uicu m aiihuuui aim the serious illness of the bride's bulit a cabin on the corner of Mich- grandmother the wedding was a quiet gan and Laporte streets -which was one only the immediate relatives and the hrst habitation in this city. One friends being present. At 4:30 Mrs. year later his son, Grove O. Pom- rVstiie Wiltshire becan olavine the eroy,, cam...

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