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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 April 1906

PLYMOUTH R. n 11 JLL111L IS"' . Reco PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APEIL 12, 1906. NO. 27 VOLUME V i i i ! r 1 7 LETTER FROM EGYPT. Clyde Rhodes Tells About that Old est of All Countries. Port Said, Egypt, , March It), 19UG Folks at Home: We left Gibraltar Feb. 25th and arrived at Malta March 1st, left Malta March 5th, arrived at Port Said on the 10th. I don't know how long we shall stay here. The Mediterranean sea was calm and smooth, and we had a nice voyage-Malta is an island off the northern coast of Africa, it is 998 miles from Gibraltar and midway between Gib raltar and Port Said. The city of Malta has a population of 200,000. Maltese and Italians are inhabitants of the island. There are lots of old buildings here. I saw some that were built in the year of 1314 and 1500. The oldest church in the worlj is in Malta. The chaplan of bones is a sight to see, in- this building. . You may see the bones of thousands of people who were killed by Napol eon's armies years ago. There are n...

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. — 12 April 1906

PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. XXXNtRICKS Q. CO.. - - Publishers. 190Q APRIL 1908 Su M o Tu We Tii Fr Sa TTTTTTT 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ö o 9 O TL. O.Os N. M. "X F. Q.F. M, V i;thv&23rd ) Ist. 8th.' PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things re Shown. Nothing OTerlooked to make it Complete., Governor Slcpfeoff Assassinated. A special from St.' Petersburg says: Governor blepzoff of Tver. Russia, was as sassinated while driving through the main Street of the town. A bomb was exploded under his carriage. Slepzoff's body was torn to pieces. The coachman was nlso injured. The force of the concussion smashed all the windows in the neighbor ing houses. The perpetrator of the crime, m young man whose name is not known, was arrested. Slepzoff was probably the most disliked of any of the Russian gov ernors because of his bitter reactionery measures against the people. Lara Poors Down Vesuvi...

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. — 12 April 1906

for The Term of By MARCUS CHAPTER XII. "The old dodge," said Frere again. "Of course, I couldn't let him go; but I took him out of the chain gang, and put him oa the Osprey. Yon saw her in the dock a you came in. lie worked for some time very well, and then tried to bolt again." "The old trick. IIa; ha! don't I know It 7 says Mr. Frere. "Well, we caught him and gave him fifty. The.: he was sent to the chain gang, cutting timber. Then we pat him into the boats, but he quarreled with the coxswain, ' and then we took him back to the timber rafts. About sir weeks ago ha made another attempt together with Gabbett, the man who nearly killed you but his leg was chafed with the irons, and we took him. Gabbett and three more, however, got way." Just then some one came up the gar den path and saluted. "What is it. Troke?" "Prisoner given himself up, sir. Gab bett. He came back to-night. He's down at the sheds. You can see. him at once, gentlemen, if you like." It was not far to the, sheds, an...

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. — 12 April 1906

DON GRAND COMBINATION SALE. Combining Our Annual Spring SfU& AND OUR GREAT CHALLENGE SALE, AS hhh y i i April 14 th to 30th. G R AND COMB NAT ftfifliw" i Laders Good Clomes Store, 4 : 1 (I 5 f 1 i l ; I a ri i I I 'i i i I i I J I ; i x r ; j Ii r i ; ! 4 I j m m v r ll ii i1. r I r ) 1. i . !, i; '.' I I We are proud of our Spring showing of Mens, Boys, Children's Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Shoes. We have prepared the Best and most Complete Line of goods ever shown in this community. To have all interested in looking over our spring display we have joined our Spring Opening and Challenge Sale together, making one grand, supreme effort to get your spring business. We challenge the World to meet or equal our .prices on all goods during this great sale. We invite comparison of goods and prices. We want to show the public generally that we carry, right here in Plymouth, the most complete and largest stock of good clothes shown in Northern Indiana. Come to Lauer s with the price...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 April 1906

1859 47 Years has the Piorjeer Pre pared Pairjt sold irj Plymoath, 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. TT LOCAL NEWS Miss Pauline Moon of South Bend, visited friends in this city this week. W. R. Kre.'ghbaum has gone to Sugar Grove, Kane county, 111., to work on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Trowbridge moved from In wood to South Bend this w:eek. , . Mrs. Jennie Baxter, of this city, is Indianapolis. Fred Seider who seemed critically ill Saturday night and Sunday is now able to be up. Mrs. Peacock and Mrs. Truax of near Lake of the Woods, are visiting at Mexico, thin week. D. O. Cramer has shipped his goods to Spokane, Washington and leaves for that city Thursday morning. Miss Ella Dreitzler, who lesldcs near Argo?, went to South Bend Wednesday for a visit of a week. The ladies of St. Michael s Catholic church will serve supper iIonday ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 April 1906

.. .......... , I t - t- t -t- t t. ( II u 4. OLITICAL - Nominate the Beat Men. Nominate the best men for office, writes A. M. Willoughby, editor of the Greensburg (Ind.) Review. " It Is a tämentalle fact that not always do the best men offer themselves for office. It Is equally true that even good men men who by their character and rep utation for honesty and uprightness appeal to the people and are accepted with satisfaction by the voters are not always among tho candidates for each of the various ot'lces to be filled at the November election. But It Is the sacred duty of every suiTraglst to cast his ballot and influence for the man or men who will measure up to the highest standard demanded by the peo ple. The wave of reform that is now sweeping the country and will continue to sweep It, would never have been heard of if all men !n public office had discharged their duties according to law and the best interests of the pub lic Who is responsible for these men being in office? Pos...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 April 1906

EX-MAYOR CPOJIV.BO RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA ll ' I ' xw. .'. V. . V :. V - - - si v a f.- My Endorsement of Pe-ru-na Is Based On Its Merits. ED. CRUMBO, Ex-Mayor fef New Albany, Ind., writes from 511 E. Oak srreet: '3Iy endorsement o! Peruna is tased on its raerits. "If a man is sick he looks anx iously for something which "will cure him, and Peruna will do the work. I know that it will cure catarrh of the head or stomach, indigestion, headache and any weary or sick feeling. "Iv. is hound to help anyone, if used according to directions. "I aso know dozens of men who peak in the highest terms of Teruna and taavfc yet to lvear of anyone beins disappointed in it." Mr. Crumbo in a later letter, dated Aus. 2T. 1004, says : -My health U good, at present, but if I should have to take any more medi cine I will fall back on Verzr.z," Hemp's Balsam Will stop any cough thel can be stopped by any medicine and cure coughs that cannot be cored by any other medicine. It Is always the bes3 cough cure. Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 April 1906

! LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. C. B. Yeagley of Fort Wayne, is visiting relatives in North town ship. Miss Letta Listenfelt, who has been employed in South Bend, has returned to her home in this county. James Ridenour of Billings, Okla homa, who has been isting relatives at Bourbon, has secured employment at South Bend. Rudolph Cramer and Lawrence Hall left Tuesday morning for Minot North Dakota. They have positions as teachers in the schools there. Mrs. Clara Powell stopped in this city with Mrs. Mary Powell on her way from Indiana Harbor to Mun cie, where she will reside in the fut ure. Misses Rose and Nettie Boier and Mrs. Alfred Madiford of Macy, visit ed in Plymouth on their way to North Dakota where they expect to reside. The postoffice 'at Ganger, St. Jo seph county, was robbed Sunday night. The safe was blown open and $200 in stamps and $4".00 in money taken. Prof. Lough and wife of Indian apolis, will give a free concert and lecture on Temperance at the Chris tian church Wednesday eve...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 April 1906

Recorder's Office febO THE ID YMOUTH PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 190G. NO. 28 VOLUME V THE EVIDENCE. . People Can Form Their Own Opin ions of C. W. Metsker's Char acter. The editor of the Plymouth Demo crat having published a long account of the trial of the case of the State of Indiana vs John V. Wolford, be töre Solomon Zehner, J. P., tried Ap ril 10th, l'J06, and in which article he tried to belittle the evidence of im peachment of Clay V. Metsker the publisher thereof, it may be well; in defense of ihe witnesses whom he seeks to upbraid, for the people to Know who they are and what their evidence was, and therefore we will give the substance at least of the evi aence given on that subject. The first witness called by the de fense was William O'Keefe, ex-Treasurer of this county a person well known to the people, who after stat ing his name, residence, etc., was asked to state if he had heard the question of the truthfulness or un truthfulness of Clay W. Metsker dis cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 April 1906

liiE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - - Publishers. TORRENTS OF FIRE. VESUVIUS AJTD THE CITIES WHICH IT IS OVERWHELMING. HÖOSIEß HAPPENINGS NEWS OF THE WEEK CONCISELY CONDENSED. VESUVIUS CONTINUES TO BE A SEETHING FURNACE. 190G APRIL 190G Su ;M o Tu Wi Tii i?'r "TT 3 " 4 T" 6 T Ö 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 17 18 19 20 21 '22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 "" o o e o e o o 15th 2Trd V ltKy 8th. PAST AND PKESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for tUe Enlightenment of the Many. lies roes Lynched at. Springfield, Mo. A mob of 3,000 rien took two negroes, Horace Duncan ard Jim C'opeland, from the county jail at Springfield, Mo., hung them to the goddess of liberty on the court house and built a fire under them and they were roasted to death. The men were charged with assaulting Mabel Edwards, but it is said they were probably innocent. Several hours later William Allen, a young negro, held for the murder of O. P. Ruar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 April 1906

for The Term of By MARCUS CHAPTER XII. (Continued.) By and by, having eaten of this mir aculous provender, the poor creature be can to understand what had taken place. The coal workings wer abandoned; the new commandant had probably other work for his beasts of burden to exe cute, and ah absconder would be safe here for a few hours at least. But he rqrtiat not stay. For him there was no rek. If he thought to escape, it be hooved him to commence his journey at once. Here was provision for his needs. The food before him represented the rations of six men. Was it not possible to cross the desert that lay between him and freedom on such fare? The very supposition made his heart beat faster. It surely was possible. Twenty miles a day was very easy walking. Taking a piece of stick from the ground, he made the calculation in the sand. Eighteen days, and twenty miles a day three hundred and sixty miles. More than enough to take him to freedom. It could be done! With prudence. It could be do...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 April 1906

FRED VJERZLER xTti6 brüllst. Ol ) tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laportr and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth. In diana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., April 19, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State FRED A. SIM9. Tot Auditor of State JOHN C. BILLHEIMER. Fw Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. Tot Attorney-General JAMES BINGHAM. For Clerk of Supreme Court EDWARD FIT2PATRICK. For Superintendent of Public Instruction F. A. COTTON. For State Geologist W. S. B LATCH LEY. For State Statistician JOSEPH SUBBS. . , For Judge of Supreme Court. First Dis trict JAMES H. JORDAN. For Judge of Supreme Court, Fourth Dla-trlct- LEANDER J. MONKS. For lAppellaf Judge, First District (two to Le elected) C.C HADLEY. WARD H. WATSON. For Appellate Judge, Second District (three to be elected) DANIEL' W. COMSTOCK. J. M. RABB. FRANK ROBY. The President's Good Advice. .President Xooseveit is un...

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. — 19 April 1906

1859 47 Years has the Piorjeer Pre pared PaiQt 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 Guarantee. Call and let me figure with you. IB TT LOCAL NEWS J. W. Eakin is shearing sheep this week in the vicinity of Teegarden. Do not forget to attend tne apron sale and supper at Hill's cafe Wed nesday. A. Howard Smith and wife of Lig onier visited at F. M. Burkett's over Sunday. Mrs. Orcutt has been called to Frankfort by the serious illness of her daughter. Miss Evelyn Harsch of South Bend, visited at D. E. Vanvactor's Easter Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Blain and daughter visited their parents in Ply mouth over Easter. Miss Nellie Taylor of South Bend, was the guest of Miss Laura Koontz Sunday and Monday. Louis W. Tinkham of Traverse City, Mich., is visiting at D. C. Cole'a and J. F. Langenbaugh's. Mr. and Mr?. Marion Overlease of Elkhart, were guests of the family of Lero...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 April 1906

REPUBLICANS MEET. PARTY HOSTS GATHER AT THE STATE CAPITAL. BeTeriUge Pay Strong Tribute to the President In AddreInK Con vention Part? Not Enemy of Wealth, bnt Protector of Labor. -For Treasurer Oscar Hadley For Secretary of State Fred Sims For Attorney General James Bingham Knr srntwtlHan .James S. Stubba For Auditor John C. Billhelmer i'or Supreme Judge -tn.an l"::,rr,:U For Clerk Supreme Court. Kdw. Fitzpatrlck For fc'-verintendent Instruction. F. A. Cotton For Geolostst.. W. S. lilachler Indianapolis correspondence: The second session of the Republican State convention nominated the ticket uncjeaniinesa in business, politics and life, given above and adopted the platform tnat uas become the characteristic move previously agreed upon by the commit- ment of the day. He sees the new condi tee on resolutions. Representative tions that are making of the republic and Charles B. Landls of Delphi was per- manent chairman. . ,1 a i i I The session was called to order by Representative A....

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 April 1906

i i FOR NERVOUS PEOPLE A Michigan Mother Preserved to Her Family by Dr. ' Williams' Pink Pills. When the Llood is impoverished the nerves starve and neuralgia or something more serious swiftly follows. Nervous people are generally pale people. By supplying through the blood those vital elements that the nerves need, Dr. "Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale People have performed those remarkable cures that make it impossible for any nervous suf- ! ferer to neglect them. A recent care is that of Mrs. Peter 3uorrissette, of No. 315 Eleventh street, Alpena, Mich., "who "writes as follows : My trouble started with childbirth. After one of my children was born I had a kind of paralysis. I was very weak and my mouth was a little crooked. I was alwajs tired and was so nervous ihat I could not bear to hear a dog bark or a bell ring ven the little bird in its cage would annoy me. My heart flut tered a great deal and I had dizzy spells. I was not able to be loft alone. "My doctor gave mo different ...

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. — 19 April 1906

GRAND COMB NAT GRAND COMBINATION SALE. Combining Our Annual Spring SALE AND OUR GREAT CHALLENGE SALE, April 14 th to 30th. HHH f Good lA 4t1 (rl fr ft V M 7b if 'X li c We are proud of our Spring showing of Men's, Boys, Children's Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Shoes. We have prepared the Best and most Complete Line of goods ever shown in this community. To have all interested in looking over our spring display we have joined our Spring Opening and Challenge Sale together, making one grand, supreme effort? to' get your spring business. We challenge the world to meet or equal our prices on-.-all goods during this great sale. We invite comparison of goods and prices. We want to show the public generally that we carry, right herein Plymouth, the most complete and largest stock of good clothes hown in Northern Indiana. Come to Lauer s with the prices of those you have dealt with; bring in the prices quoted you from mail order houses, and we will show y oil -that they are not in it. GRAN...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 April 1906

1 1 Recorder's OffiJb0V - n "vi YMOU VOLUME PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2G, 1900. NO. 29 TRIBUNE r a r r MAKES THE WORLD AKIN. Like a Touch of Nature" Destitution brings People Together. rext to viewing the many square miles of ruins th;-.t once made San Francisco a city no better realization of the ruins that has come to this placet can be gained than by visiting the refugee camps located in the dis tricts which were untouched by the flames. Golden Gate park is the Mec ca of the destitute. This great play ground of the municipality ha,s been converted into a vast mushroom city that bears striking resemblance to the fleeting towns located on the border cf a government reservation about to be opened to public settlement. The common destitution and suffer ing have wiped out all social, financial and racial distinctions. The man who last Tuesday was a prosperous mer chant is occupying with his family a little plot of ground that adjoins the open-air home of a.laborer. The white ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 April 1906

TBE PLYMOUIIITRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. C ENDRICKS Q. CO.. Publishers. 190Ö APRIL 1906 Su M o Tu We Th Fr Sa TYTTTTT Ö 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 9 9 9 (T U 0.0 N. M. T P. Q.OF. M. V4 15thV23rd y Ist gy 8th. PAST AND EßESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many.' Rattle on the Streets. "Skip" Wilson, one of the proprietors of a wild west show, is dead and his partner, William Duvall, is fatally Injured as the iesult of a battle with officers on the pub lic square at Richmond Mo. The fight was between four officers on one side and a band of cowboys, led by Wilson and Du vall on the other, . None of the officers were injured. After the battle the cow rie ys scattered ami it is not known whether or not any more of them were hit. The light was the result of an attempt Unarrest Wilson. Jap Fired on Troops and Was Killed. After a battle, in which thirty shots were e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 April 1906

For The Term ofjis Natural Life By AURCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XIII. Continued.) Salvia flashed burning red 'at this in dignity. "Frightened! If there had beea anybody else here but women, you never would have taken the brig. Frightened! Let me pass, prisoner!". As Mrs. Vickers descended the hatch way, the boat with Vrere and the sol diers came within musket-range, and Iesl. according to orders, fired his musket over their her.ds, shouting to them tu lay to. But Frere. boiling with rage at the manner in which the tables bad been turned on him, had determined not to resign his lost authority without a struggle. Disregarding the summons, he came straight on, with his eyes fixed on the vessel. It was now nearly dark, and the figures on the deck were indis tinguishable. The indignant lieutenant could but guess at the condition of af fairs. Suddenly, from out of the dark ness, a voice hailed him. "Hold water! back water!" it cried, and was then seemingly choked In its owner's throat. The voice...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 April 1906

and L. M. Lauer. Zbc tribune, Unly Kejiubiican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CCMPAN 3J OFFICE Disscll Building, corner Laporte and Center btreets. tntered at the Postoftice at Flymouth, In diana aa sccor. -class matter. Plymouth, Ind.,. April 26, 1906. LANDED HARD ON LOVE. Daniel has spoken. & v And Metsker would have you be lieve that his reputation for truth and veracity is good. J & Daniel was in the liar's den (yester day). ,Be careful D.m or the liar may smirch 3 Ott. The pill was bitter, Dtit since he has reformed almost anything tastes sweet to him. w ! Thellonorable (?) Clay W. Mets ker, ex-member of the Indiana legis lature was placed under arrest by Constable George W. Bo well at 11 o' clock Saturday morning. 8 8 iJ The money oss at San Francisco is conservatively placed at four hun dred million dollars. Much of this enormous loss will be made good by the insurance companies, the sol vency of many of which will be put to a severe test. v Some unbelievers...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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