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

y i ONLY WASHING MACHINE "OCEAN WAVE" It does not fh-h cost you anything .to try One. MüGEAHiWAVE a - I " i." J i : T- 4 1 Never had ONE . Returned. Every Machine Guaranteed Mede Logan is moving to North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kepler of South Bend, visited over Sunday in Plymouth. Ed. Morris of Culver, made a business trip ttf Chicago, Thurs day. James R. Vinnedge decided af ter trying a day in jail, to make Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wie, the best terms possible with the law, ana is now a tree man. air. Vinnedge no doubt, wants to do right, but like everybody else sometimes fails to see things just as he should. Otto Miles is under arrest, turned from a visit of a week at Decatur, 111. Mrs. Ida Price and Mrs. Cora El- kins of Tippcanoe, visited over Sunday in Plymouth. CALL AND SEE THEM. Several persons have been killed by charred with intoxication and re snow slides in Colorado and the loss sisting an officer. He blackened in property is large. ' the eye of Xight Watch Shearer Mrs. Ben...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 March 1906

EDISON SEES VISION OF NEW MARVELS. EVOLVE THE SPELLING BEE. WW WfllHflf AI VlSfe I fa TSSS Opinions of "THE INCUBABLi:." VRBAROUS," "inhuman," S3 terms In which prominent physicians and lawyers solemnly condemn the bill before the Ohio Legislature for the pain'.ess death of incurables. The mild term umicientlfic does not sound so loud, but It tarries further. If the killing of patients afflicted with "Incurable" diseases had been considered the only means of relief in the past, who would have been in ' to devote days and years and lifetime to the study . curing? 1 Many diseases which long seined incurable are now fuccessfully treated. For countless centuries, the plague, the smallpox, rabies, tuberculosis and swift, subtle diphtheria carried with them the sentence of death, but men sought patiently and persistently for effective ways to fight these dreadful foes of humanity, even sacrificing their lives in unselnsh zeal; and as a result we have vaccination, inoculation and antT-oxin...

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

Köspiims cnovDED f.!W0."!!TY . OF PATIEIITS VOUEII Mrs. Pinihara'a Advice Saves Mary From this Sad and Costly Experience. It is a sad but certain fact that C (every year crease in the n u m öe r oi ope ra tions performed 1 upon women in our hospitals. More than threei fourths of the .patients lying 'on those snowwhite beds are women and girls who are awaiting or recovering from operations t lade necessary by neglect. Eery one of these patients had plenty of warning in that bearing down feeling, pain at the left or right of the abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back, pelvic catarrh, dizziness, flatulency, displacements or irregularities. All of these symptoms are indications of an unhealthy condition of the female organs, and if not heeded the trouble may make headway unt41 the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous operation, and a lifetime of impaired usefulness at best, while in many cases the results are fatal. M Lss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash., writes: Dea...

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

I LOCAL NEWS Allen Rambsey of Walkerton, Arley Body of Walnut town- was a riymoutn visitor l nurs- snip, visitea j. mutier W ednes day. . day. A Wonderful Record. As tnade up by improved and exact processes Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion Is a most efficient remedy for regu- O. P. Greer of Bourbon, stopped in Plymouth Saturday on his way to Argos. Mrs. Joseph Holzbaur and family have gone to Chicago for a visit of a few days. Mrs. E.- Snyder of Rutland, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wiseman. Dr. Browne and wife and Mrs. Anna Anna Brown of Chicago, are visiting in Plymouth. Patrick liursen and his youngest daughter, Gertrude, visited at South Chicago Saturday. ,Miss Mildred E. Mann went to Ar gos to visit over Sunday at the home of John Blackford. Mrs. bhelby M. Iceland went to South Bend to visit over Sunday with her sister,' Mrs. Truitt. II. S. Fail and family of Indianapol is, are moving to the farm of Miles Pomeroy, near this city. .Mrs. i-.mma Lovert was called...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

Recorder's Office febO.l THE tc V rv n f TT yktt" ID)' MU U 11 Ii UN. VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906. NO. 25 PL TUT BUNE SPEAKER CANNON IS CANDID. He Says Federation of Labor "Is Not the Whole Shooting Match." A delegation from the Federation of Labor called on Speaker Cannon this week with a memorial urging the immediate enactment of certain labor measures now before congress. Speaker Cannon received the delegatio in the lobby of the house of representatives. After the memorial had been presented the speaker addressed the delegation. "It is impossible for a committee not to have many men of many ideas in its make-up," said the speaker, referring to the charge that he packed the labor committee, "I select the committee with all fairness. In your annual meetings you doubtless find a great variety of opinion. If you don't have a lot of damns, I miss my guess.' President Gompers replied, saying that the majority members of the labor committee have not shown ordina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

TOE PLYMOUTHTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS O CO.. - - Publishers. 1906 APRIL 1906 Su M o Tu We Th Fr Sa 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Q G o il l 0.TN. M.TV P. Q.F.M. 13 15th Xz) 23rd. ) 1st. 8th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Coarta an 1 Crimes Accident and Fires, Labor and Capital, Grain, Stock and Money Markets. Frightful Deed of a Maniac. Walter Potee, an insane man, 2S years old, entered his mother's house at Brooklyn, Anne Arundel county, Md., just as friends and relatives w ere gathering to attend the funeral of the brother's little child, opened re with a revolver, set fire to the house atd himself died from gunshot wounds, but whether self-inflicted or not is unknown. The mother and sister-in-law of the maniac were caught In the kitchen and held prisoners for some time. Potee then locked himself in the house and fired upon everyone who approached. Nine people were injured more or lesä seriously...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

for The Term ofHis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE Ü7 C II AFTER IX. It was S o'clock, and the relief guard was coining from the after deck. The crowd of prisoners round the door held their breath to listen. "It's all planned," says Gabbett, in a low growl. "Wen the door hopens we rush, and we're in among the guard afore they know where they are. Drag 'em back into the prison, grab the harm rack, and it's all over." "Stand from the door. Miles," says Pine's voice outside, in its usual calm I accents. The Crow was relieved. The tone was an ordinary one, and Miles was the soldier whom Sarah Purfoy had bribed not to fire. All had gone well. The keys clashed and turned, and the bravest of the prudent party, who had ben turning in his mind the notion of risking his life for a pardon to be won by rushing forward at the right moment and alarming the guard, checked the cry that was In his throat as he saw the men round the door draw back a little for their rush, and caught a glimpse of the gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

Zbc tribune. ! Onljr Kepubhcan Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY '.FtlL'E Bisstll Building, corner La port? and Center Streets. Entered at the Fostoffwe at l'ly mouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., M?.rch 29, 1906. It is a queer notion promulgated by an eastern newspaper that "the quickest way to reform the tariff is to vote for Democrats." Alas! the majority of the people tried that way in 1S92 and verily the last state of that house was worse than the first. 8 At the recent Canadian forestry convention a speaker said that all the matured lumber in the dominion would not last the United States more than eleven years. The idea of drawing on Canada after our timber is wastefully used up will have to be abandoned. & & & The firm replies given the labor committee by President Roosevelt and Speaker Cannon hae aroused the ire of the leaders of the American Federation of Labor and President Samuel Gompers reitera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

1859 1906 47 Years has tfoe Pior;eer Prepared Pa iQt sold iQ Plymouth), AND IT IS STILL ON TOP. Every gallon guaranteed as good as made, no matter what price you pay. Paint your house this spring and get a 5 Year Guaragtee. Call and let me figure with you. a sc Tio Cash. Hardware Man I LOCAL NEWS I Senator Parks spent Tuesday at Bourbon. Mrs. Lawrence Linkenhelt is sick with the grip. Henry Humrichouser is visiting in Wakarusa this week. H. B. Allen made a business trip to Grovertown today. E. L. Bradley of Tyner has secured employment in South Bend. J. R. Vinnedge made his usual trip to Wisconsin again this week. J. D. Field is reported sick at his heme near the Vandalia station. Edwin Mayer of Chicago, spent a few days with his parents in this city. Don't forget the High School Entertainment Friday evening, March 30. y Dr. Charles O. Wiltfong of Chesterton,' is visiting his parents in this city. Grandma. Hutchings who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, is improving. A. J- Unca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

Political m u x Party aipJntalnins It Reputation. Every once In a wlille we hear complaints from no on? knows where, about extravagance of the national administration. It has been feared we would have a large deficit, but ' the croakers are disappointed. In those words so common in the platform of a party which does things right, the Ii publicans may "point with pride" at thn present condition of our nation's finances. A recent writer on tbt su!v jcct says: "For the fiscal year that began July 1. the government receipts are now ahead of expenditures. The surplus at the end of last month was $1,102,00. Yet $12,000,000 has been spent on public works thi3 year, mainly on Tanama canal account. A payment of more than $00,000,000 on that great enterprise explains all but an inconsiderable part of the deficit since May 1. 1904. It is a good time to look back over the financial record of Republicans since they resumed control of the treasury nine years ago, a period Including the Spanish wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

H N M M N H M M H H H M H H H H H N H H M H H N Nothing knocks out disables like and Lumbago and Sciatica Nothing reaches the trouble as quickly as St. Jacobs Oil Known the vorli over as The Master Cure for PainsaadAches Prlco. 25c. and 50c kXIXIIIIIIIXIIIIZIIIr.IIXJ died farciidb WHEAT RAISING RANCHING Tfcre (Teat pursuits have again bows wonderful results oa tbe FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS OF WESTERN CANADA Mtnificert climat. Farmers plowing ia their Ifart sleerer in the middle of ftorember. "AH an aoand to b xaora thaa lim wita tka ftnal NnHi ft tha part iiiih'i kuwli."-Extract. Coal, wood, water, bay in abundance; schools, churches, markets conreaient. THIS IS TME2 ERA OP SI.OO WHEAT. App'y for infrmtiaataSaprtBtfi4nt of Immiirv Von. Ottawa, dinwda. r to W. H. Koger, 8d Floor. Traetion-'lanninaJ Boüding. Indianapolis Ind.. and H. M. U itlinaa. iiomm Zk Law Building. ?olia,Oha, Authorized Ctver&ment Ajinti. Plaue m; where 70a 1 this sdrClMiBnC MOTHER CRAY'S C V) SWEET POWDER...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 March 1906

o LOCAL NEWS G $ $ fr G $ G G $ $ G $ 0 Peter Larson made a business trip to South Bend Fnday. John 'E. Johnson of Walkerton, Mrs. Ella Wiser has gone to Mar cellus, Mich., to visit her sister. Mrs. Charles March and Mrs. Cie- sielski are visiting at South Rend. Mrs. Fred Corse went to Lake- ville, Thursday to visit her brother, Dr. How. Arthur Pomeroy, who was called spent Friday in Plymouth. August Waiden and family have here b the death of his fathcr has moved from this city to Chicago. R. C. O'Blenis of Argos, transacted legal business in Plymouth Friday. Miss Bessie Burns is visiting her sister, Mrs. Inbody, in West township. Mrs. W. H. Love and Mrs. W. H. Matthew, visited Mrs. Dr. Rea at Culver Friday. Mrs. Wayne Jordan of Bourbon, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Castleman. Will Strunk and wife went to Chi- returned to Chicago. D. W. Albert of Fairland, Ind., came up Tuesday and remained over night in Plymouth. Miss Lucretia Loring entertained the Senior class at the home...

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

Recorder's Office fcboi OUTH VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900. NO. 2G PLYM TM BUNE THE IMMORTAL J. N. Man Who Held "Pressure-, of Nation Declared Insane. Jacob Newman Free, "the immortal J. N." has reached the end of his travels. He was finally adjudged insane Thursday and will spend the remainder of his days in the state hospital at Toledo. He is now 78 years old. Thus passes a character known in nearly every sizable town in every state in the west. For more than half a century he lived as the birds live. No town or state could claim him as its own. In each he was at home and among friends. It is his claim, and it is not disputed, that .he knows morepeople personally than any other living man. For 50 years he has traveled up and down and across the country, riding free on nearly every railroad and living without expense in the best hotels the towns he visited afforded.He was dead headed on every railroad. Still in his possession are a hundred slips reading "Good ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 April 1906

1 PLYMOUTH, IND. HtNURICKS a CO.. - Publishers. 1906 APRIL 1906 k-LYilOUTH TRIBUNE. BuMoTu We Th Fr Sa "1 23 456 T 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 o o o o 15th23rd y IstAgJeth. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGSTOF THE WORLD. Courts and Crimea, Accident and Fires, Labor and Capital Grain Block and Money Markets. Many Hurt in Nickel Plate Wreck. Thirty-one persons were injured, soma of them seriously, in a frightful wreck oa the Nickel Plate railroad two miles west of South Whitley, Ind., when a broken rail sent eastbound passenger train No. 2 into the ditch. Many of the cars were reduced to wreckage, and they carried the unfortunate passengers down into the mass of crashing debris. Few in either the smoking car or the two day coaches escaped ii Jury, and it is a miracle that Cozens wert not killed outright. The injured were tak n to St. Joseph's hospital in Fort Wayne. Kxclti'jfr Scene at Negro Hanging. Isaac Winder, the negr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 April 1906

Ii for The Term of His Natural Life By MARCUS CUARICE Cn rPTER X. Continred.) The red lip parted, and the blue eyes, brighter than ever. stareJ racantly around. The sound of her father's voice seemed to hare roused her, for she began to speak a . little prayer: "God bless papa and mamma, and God bless all on board this ship. God bless me. and make me good girl, for Jesus Christ's sake, our Lord. Amen." The sound of the unconscious child's simple prayer had something awesome ir it, and John Vickers, -who not ten minutes before would have sealed his own death warrant unhesitatingly to preserve the safety of the vessel, felt his eyes fill with unwonted tears. The contrast was curious. Fruni out the midst of that desolate ocean in a fever-smit-tea prison ship. leagues from land, surrounded by ruffians, thi eves and marderers the baby voice of an innocent child called confidently on heaven. Two hours afterward as the Malabar, escaped from the peril which had menaced her, plunged cheerily...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 April 1906

Übe Uribune. ünl Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS' & COMPANY OFFICE Bisseil Building, corner Laporte snd Center Streets. Kntered at the Postoffice at Fly mouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, April 5, 1906. A magazine writer says pork is one of our most useful products.. He can prove it by Speaker Cannon who is holding his in reserve until all the boys have been good and earned a slice. " 5 The pure food bill pending in Con gress provides that a pound shall mean sixteen ounces of a given article exclusive of the wrappings. It is eas ier to put through such ideas since it was decidd tnat a dollar means 100 cents. ' : - Jt 1 Reform movement which is sweep ing the country is a crusade against sp-cial privilege and the piratical rich, and the people will overcome lawlessness and corruption, says Governor Folk, in a speech in Des Moines. J J Jt Michigan wins in th Supreme Court a fight of years to compel railroads to pay taxes at the rate at w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 April 1906

- . , , L . 1859 1906 47 Years has tfye Piogeer Prepared Paigt sold iq Plymouth, AND IT IS STILL ON TOP. Every gallon guaranteed as good as made, no matter what price you pay. Paint your house this spring and get a 5 Year GuaraQtee. Call and let me figure with you. - -' I LOCAL NEWS Miss Ruth Logan is spending her vacation in Chicago. Miss Long has gone to Chicago for a visit of a few days. Harry and Fred Cook are spending their vacation in Argos. Erraa Humnchouser is spending ct vacation at Bourbon. ' Erma Sherer is visiting her sister, Mrs. Iva Snell in South Bend. - Mrs. Charles Galloway and children are visiting ia South Bend. Plymouth schools closed Friday afternoon for the spring vacation of cne week. Miss Tyra Sanders, a teacher here, is spending her vacation at Marshfield, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ritchey went to Donaldson to spend Sunday at the home of Dr. Ritchey. No paper in the state sustains the Plymouth bolters and disorganizers led by Boys & Co. - Misse...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 April 1906

.-- - p OLITICAL 4TVTTTvTTVVTI m ,.J..I.I.J.4m..!..8..iU i-tM-4 1771 Preachlna a Xew Sectionalism. Alton R. Tarker's appea ranee as a -sectionalist la likely to be as humiliat.ing to l.'iu and as embarrassing to his .party i'.Tis bis advent in the role of a lentis m 10O4. In a speech at Charlottesville, X. C, he told the South ttat it was its duty to seize the control of the Democratic party of the country, and to depose the men who have been holding sway for the past dozen years. Nebraska and New York, he says, hare been running the Democracy in recent times, and it is the South's duty now to take the reins. "The time. has come," he declaretL "when the really effective Democrats of the country should he recognized, and when they themselves sltould no longer hesitate, decline or refuse to seek or to accept those honors which are their just due for work well done. It may possibly be that the party will go to defeat again, but since 1S00 It has done nothing else under Northern leaders...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 April 1906

, LP htjmoe: Badly Affected vrith Sores and Crusts Extended Down Behind the Ears Another Cure by Cuticura. "About ten years ago my scalp became badly affected with sore and itchIns bumors, crusts, etc., and extended down behind the ears. My hair came out la pV.ces, also. I was greatly troubled: understood it was eczema. Tried various remedies, so called, without effect. Saw your Cuticura advertisement, and got the Cuticura Remedies at once. Applied thin as to directions, etc., and after two weeks, I think, of use, was clear' as a whistle. I have to state also that late last fall, October and November, 10O1, I was suddenly afflicted with a bad eruption, painful and itching pustules over the lower part of the body. I suffered dreadfully. In two months, tinder the skillful treatment of my doctor, conjoined with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, I found myself cured. II. M. F. Weiss, Itosemcnd, Christian Co., III., Au- 31, 1903." ' Prcf. Starr, the famous ethnologist, was in his humo...

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

LOCAL NEWS 444 043 6444 William Horner and family have moved to SouthBend. David Stroup of German township, died Monday morning. Rev. A. H. Zilmer is holding meetings at Inwood this week. Mrs. Harvey Norris of Culver, was a Plymouth visitor Tuesday. 31 rs. Cora Ringle of Bourbon, was a Plymouth visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Garn and son, Rulo, are visiting in Chicago this week. Mrs. C. W. Metsker is visiting her parents at Camden this week. Master Henry Humnchouser is visiting his aunts at Bourbon. Mrs. C. E. Baker of Bourbon, is visiting at South Bend this week. Mrs. Frank Lamson and Mrs. Fred Cole are spending a few days at Cul ver. . Miss Lizzie Anders has gone to Detroit, Mich., where she has em ployment, Charles Q. Rust has rented his farm in Polk township and moved to Plymouth. Mrs. L. B. Ervin has returned to Argos after a visit here with Mrs. John Smith. Misses Grace Singe rey and Rena Gochenour of Bourbon, are visiting at South Bend. Mrs. Anna Medbourn of Culver, visited her bro...

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