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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 April 1906

1859 47 Years has tfye Pioneer Prepared Paipt sold iQ Plymouth, AND IT IS STILL ON TOP. Every gallon guaranteed as good as made, no matter "what price you pay. i Paliit your house this spring and get a 5 Year GuaraQtee. Call and let me figure with you. ÜE3 TT LOCAL NEWS DelforJ McGrew and daughter of kalnut, visited in I'lymouth this .week. Ex'Commissioner Dolph (of Tee garden, transacted business in Ply mouth Wednesday. Fred II. Kuhn and Dr. Eley are at Mount Clemens, Mich., taking treatment for, rheumatism. Miss McGaw, the eldest daughter of Rev. Mr. McGaw of. Bourbon is reported seriously ill. consiüeraDie pneumonia has been caused in San Francisco by the cold rains that followed the fire. The deaths caused by the California earthquake and fires will not be very many more than 1,000. WANTED Girl to assist with housework. Apply to Mrs. T. J. Hursen, South Michigan street. Alva Hall and II. A. Ritcnour of Tippecanoe township, transacted business in Plymouth Wednesday. Mrs. R. C. O'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 April 1906

In "Muck Rake" Address Rabid Writers Are Excoriated and Inheritance Tax Advocated.! President Roosevelt's address at' the ."laying of the 'corner stone of the office ! building of the House of Representatives in full is as follows: Over a century azo Washlneton laid the comer stone of the capitol In what was then mi.e more tn&n a tract or wooaea wilder ness here beside the Potomac. We now find lc necessary to provide by great additions -baildings for the business of the government ThU growth la the need for the houslDg of tne government Is but a proot and example -of the way In which the nation has grown -and tn sphere of action of the national government has crown. We now admlnis ter the affairs of a nation la which the extraordinary growth of population haa and the erowth In complex Interests. t The material problems that face us today are not such as they were in Wash ington's tüve. but the underlying facts of numan nat ire are the sams now as they were then. Under al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 April 1906

I Art fey tbe Ton. An American city once. asked MacHonnies, tte scupltor, to enter a design for army f.nd nayy groups for a soldiers' and sailors monument- He declined to conijvete. Then the commission was tendered to him outright lie submitted sketches of his idea for the groups. The committee In charge of the monument wrote him, asking: IIow many tons of granite do you intend to r.se in the base?' His reply was: "If you are in the business of buying granite you may use as much as you want, one ton or 100,000 tons. I am an arti&t, and I never yet heard of art being bought by the pound." The question was dropped until the contract for the commission was drawn. When Mr. MacMonnies received It he discovered in it a clause providing that in case the bronzes were ever thrown down from their base, by any cause whatever, and ?ny person or property should be- injured, he and his heirs forever should be liable for the damage sustained. He returned the contract .without comment, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 April 1906

Y l LOCAL NEWS 5 Lyman Pressnall has gone to Dakota to remain dur.'ng the summer. Rev. V. V. Lineberry is visiting churches In central Indiana this week. Mrs. Belle Alleman Spayde has been visiting relatives in this city this week. Albert Fish, the painter and sign writer, is very sick at the Windsor house. Miss Carrie Boss has returned from Phoenix, Arizona, much improved in health. Thomas Burke and Mr. Kendall of Kokomo were Plymouth visitors Thursday. Mrs. Emanuel Hillsman went to Columbia City to visit over' Sunday with her son. Gilbert Brillhart has taken the position of pianist in the new. LT. B. church at Bourbon. Mrs. Hiram Vanvactor went to South Bend to visit with her daughter who was there for a day. D. A. Staley has brought the S. S. Staley farm, the old homestead southeast of town and now resides there. Mrs. Ed "Whitwer has returned to her home at Mishawaka after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shearer. Mrs. Mara Gandy of South Bend, stopped jn Plymouth on h...

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

YMOUTH TMP FL o&ce PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 190G. NO. 30 VOLUME V iL Ii 11 I ' 7 DOWIE RAVES AT FOE. First Apostle Scores Voliva in Zion Tabernacle. Clad in his new and costly robes as the first apostle and with an effort to present all the pomp and ceremony of his church as it existed in the heyday of his supremacy, John Alexander Dowie Sunday began his fight to regain control of his church by denouncing Wilbur Glenn Voliva at the meeting in the tabernacle under the order of the Lake county courts with something of the fire and spirit which characterized him in the days of the founding of Zion City. Two meetings were held by Dowie, the first in the morning with about 2Ü0 of his followers and another in the afternoon before an audience of nearly 1,100 persons, made up of the most part of curiosity seekers who Hocked to Zion City to witness the opening of the struggle between its founder and Vohva, the new leader, fur control of the church of. Zion. Although th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 May 1906

TBE PLYMOÜTHJRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. BXNDRICKS OL CO.. - - Pubiiiher. 1906 MAY 190C Su Mo Tu We TU Kr Sr, o 1 2 3. 4 5 6 7 0 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 20 29 30 31 o e e o g Gio FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Conrta and Crimes Accident and Fire, Labor and Capital Grain, Stock ai'd Money Market, Nine Men Killed in Montana Wrectr. A freight train consisting of forty-one cars of lumber was wrecked near Reid, Mont. At least nine men are believed to have been on the train. " 'iree bodies have been recovered. The train burned. Engineer I. D.Sterne and Fireman Ed Julette are thought to have been incinerated. Brakeman G. A. Murphy's skull was probably fractured. According to Conductor Garber there were at least twelve tramps onboard the train, only three of whom have been found. Locomotive Blown Up. A locomotive was blown, up four miles east of 11 arris burg, Fs , on the Pennsylvania railroad, killing Engineer J. F. Good a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 May 1906

for The Term ofJHSs Natural Life By iVLARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) Turn my face to it once more!" he whispered; and as they raised him, he Inclined his ear to listen. "It's calm enough here, God bless it," he said; "but I can hear the waves a-breaking hard upon the br.r!" As Frere relieved Mrs. Vickers from the weight of the corpse, Sylvia raa to her mother. "Oh, mamma, mamma!" she cried, "why did God let him die when we wanted him so much?" Before it grew dark, Frere made shift to carry the ixvly to the shelter of jme rocks at a little distance, and, spreading the jacket over the face, he piled stones opon it to keep it steady. The march of events had been so rapid that he scarcely realized that since the preTious evening two of the five human creatures left in this wilderness had escaped from it. As he did realize it, he began to wonder whose turn it would be next; The following day passed gloomily. It was hot and sultry, and a dull haze hang over the mountains. Frere s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 May 1906

' Zhc .TEtibune.. Only K;publ;can Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFiCE üissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Street. Entered at the l'ostoftice at 1'lymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, May 3, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Secretary of State FRED A. SIM3. Tor Auditor of State JOHN C. BILLHEIMER. Por Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. For Attorney-General JAMES BINGHAM. 5or Clerk of Snpreme Court EDWARD FIT2PATRICK. For Superintendent of Public Instruction F. A. CQTTON. For State Geologist W. S. B LATCH LEY. For State Statistician ' JOSEPH STUBB3. For Jndge of Supreme Court. Ftrst District JAMES H.' JORDAN. Tor Jnd? of Supreme Court, Fourth District LEANDER J. MONKS. For Appellate Judge, First District (two to be elected)--C. C HADLEY. WARD H. WATSON. For Arpellate Judge, Second District (threo to be elected) DANIEL W. COMSTOCK. J. M. RABB. FRANK ROBY. The party of constitutional liberty still is triumphing in the Russian ele...

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

book at the Pmeel Davis' strictly pure Lead ) $7.25 pep OR Buck Lead (lead and zinc) I 100. lbs. The above leads have been sold in Plymouth for over 30 years. Trjey are the best. Devoy and Pioneer JVIixed Paints at $1.45 per gallon. There are no batter mixed paints made. Every gallon guaranteed.. BUCK'S CASH : LOCAL NEWS Pansy plants in Dioom. 15c and 23c per doz. Forbes' Seed Store. Excursion rates to the Wallace shows at Peru on all Lake Erie trains Saturday. J. L. Marvin was called to Findlay, Ohio ,Friday by the death of a nephew. M. A. O. Packard went to his home in Chicago Friday afternoon to remain over Sunday. Washington authorities have decided to send 2,500 additional troops to San Francisco. The Bremen Equirer says there will be $60,000 worth of building done in Bremen this season. W. P. Holland has moved into the house he recently purchased of J. W. Siders on South street. Mrs. Andreson of South Bend, with her two little children, is visiting her mother at Donaldson. Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 May 1906

RAILROADS VTJE WITH TROLLEY. Political t lint. t. t...,t. t.rsi-j..!, t I l -Wr 4-i m s m f !H ? lit Itfnlf ttt TTTtTT TT 4 CiTT What a Party Is For. For. I Those who undertake to make party operations a mere clash of personal likes and dislikes, ambitions and jealousies, lose sight entirely of the larger facts in the domain of politics. Natural leaders arise whose exceptional usefulness to the principles of a party give them, as long as they are true to the right standard, an extensive following and influence, but the notion that any great party is to be swayi'd by personal squabbling is ridiculous. A party may be injured by an indulgence of such foolishness, but thereby loses sight of rits mission and opportunities. The number of voters In this country Is becoming so vast that their judgment must be reached by clearly defined alms in public policies, and the feudal political chieftain and his , clan have ceased to be of much consequence In his favorite role of disturber. Some of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 May 1906

' now He Killed III Slav. General Wheeler and a number of his colleagues in the service vere once swapping war stories, whea "Little Joe was reminded of cme that he had heard not Ions before. 44 A friend of a veteran of the Union forces once asked whether the latter, in his term of service iu the Civil War. had ever killed a man. The oid soldier hesitated n moment before replying. 'Well said he, 4I think that about the only one was a Confederate at the first battle of Bull Run. . Yoa see, I was footing It In a startling way, and the "Reb" chased me for something over a distance of ten miles. Then he dropped dead from exhaustion.' r OXDIJXS) fCSOBKJgfff (In,... Antiseptic Remedy For Family and Farm mm 10C30KIIIIIli KILLS PAIN. Or. EARL S. SLOAN, 615 Albany Street, Boston, Mats 117- L. Douglas 3J?&s3S?SHOES2ä IV. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. SHOES t ALU I i prices IjJULY. ,876Capital 2,soaocy1 IT. L. rCUCLAS HA at CSLLO fZSrt i zrxr3.E.o...

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

V V WW WWW WW WWW I APAI MCliff $ w w- ww Frank Miller of Bourbon, transacted business in Plymouth today. Miss May Spencer and little Jane Aspinall, spent the day at Rochester. The excavation for the paving of Plum street is progressing satisfactorily. St. Mary's Gulid will meet with Miss Georgia Hogartli this evening all members come. Mrs. Omer Williams has returned to Chicago after an extended visit in this county. Mrs. Lillie Gilbert Guyer and daughter, Irene, are? here from Chicago for a visit of a week. Dr. Durr made his weekly professional 'trip to Culver Military Academy to repair the teeth of students. Mrs. Xoah Wiltfong of North township, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Shafer at Rochester this week. ' Prof. Wood of Laporte, delivered the class address at the graduating exercises of the Walkerton high school. J. W. Faricher, one of the leading farmers and business men of Starke county, was a Plymouth visitor tcvy. ArtliCJ.y "i'urner of Walkerton. and Trustee Schroeder of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

UTH OTT Vft IL Ii I V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1906. NO. 31 VOLUME V wo NOTED PRIESTS HONORED. Father Sorin's Statue Unveiled and Father Ba Jin's Remains Reinterred. The statue erected in honor of Father Sorin founder of JN'otre Dame, was unveiled Thursday mornnig at 11 o'clock, and the remains of Father Badin were removed from undtr the altar in the Sacred Heart church, where they have rested since their removal from Cincinnati a few years ago, and buritd with great solemnity in Badin chapel, where they were transferred to their last resting place. Father Badin was born in New Orleans in 1768, ad was educated in France. He died in 1833. He had the distinction of being the first priest to receive the Holy orders within the limits of the present United States. After fruitful labors in Kentucky he came to Indiana in 1830 with a view to establish an Indian mission. He bought much of the land now posessed by Notre Dame. Father Badin was a man of heroic mold, dauntless zeal a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

if .r u ,1' p Vi i. it; t; i i li I Vi1 6 1 I V' ": ; ' i : 4- THE PLWlllTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - . Publishers. 1906 MAY 1906 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa of 1 2 34T" 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 9 TL. O. N. M. "C P. Q.SF. M. J 15th gj 23rd 1 lstA Sth. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Courts and Crimes, Accidents and Fires Labor and Capital Grain Stock and Money Markets. Revolution in Cuba. Jacksonville (Fla.) special: The following bulletin wa3 received from Key West: Alarming reports here of revolution in the eastern end of Cuba under the leadership of Modesto Leal, agitator of the strike last .November. Pilots were ordered to intercept all American warships and report at Key West. Goverment wireless station working all night to get in touch with the snips in vicinity and succeeded in catching the cruiser Columbia. Cuban consul wired Havana for truth concerning revolution. Answer no infor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

i t; 'i 1 1 A V i X 1 ) - 3 for The Term ofHis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB CHAPTER XV. (Continued.) SjlTia uttered a little cry. She had become fond of her dumb companion. "Kill Nanny! Oh. Mr. Dawes! What for?" "I am going to mke a boat for you, he said, "and I -want hides and thread and fallow." A few weeks back Maurice Frere would have laughed at such a sentence: but he had begun now to comprehend that this escaped convict was not a man to be laughed at, and though he detested him for his superiority, he could not but admit that he was superior. You can't get more than one hide off ft goat, man?" he said, with an inquiring tone in his voice as tnough it were just possible that such a marvelous being as Dawes could get a second hide by virtue of some secret process known only to himself. I am going to catch other goats at the pilot station. "But how are you going to get there. "Float across. Come, there is no time for questioning. Go and cut down some aplings. and let us begin. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

Gfoe gtilwne. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laportc and Center btreets. tntcrcd at the I'ostoftice at Plymouth, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Ind., May 10, 1S06. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State FRED A. BIMS. For Auditor of Stat JOHN C. BILLHEIMER. Wt Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. For Attorney-General JAMES BINGHAM. For Clerk of Supreme Courts EDWARD FIT2PATRICK. For Superintendent of PuMIe Instruction F. A. COTTON. For Stat Geologist W. S. BLATCHLEY. For State Statistician JOSEPH STUBB3. For Judge of Supreme Court, First District JAMES H. JORDAN. For Judge of Supreme Court, Fourth District LEANDER J. MONKS. For Appellate Judge, First District (two to be elected) C. C. HADLEY. WARD H. WATSON. For Appellate Jod;, Second District (three to be elected) DANIEL W. COM STOCK. J. M. RABB. FRANK ROBY. REPUBLICANS MEET. Large and Enthusiastic Committer Meeting Decides to Hold Mass Convent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

üook at the Prieel Davis' strictly pure Lead 1 $7.25 per OR Buck Lead (lead and zinc) I 100 lbs. The above leads have been sold inJPlyn)outh for over 30 years. Tbey are the best. Devoy and Pioneer JVIixed Paints at $1.45 pet gallon. There are no batter mixed paints made. Every gallon guaranteed. BUCK'S CASH : LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. E. Houghton and Mrs. Brewer are spending a week at Winona. - Mrs. Permelia Goodeli is visiting her niece, Mrs. Bode Bowell at Argos this week. Mrs. Samuel Gam and Mrs. Ed Gam and little son are visiting in South Bend. There is a fine baby boy at the hom of Surveyor Vanvactor born Tuesday morning. If you want to assist in nominating a Republican county ticket, come to Plymouth, Saturday June 2. Mozart Club concert for benefit San Francisco earthquake sufferers Monday, May 14 at M. E. church. II. E. Spitler of near Antioch church, stopped in Plymouth Tuesday on his way to South Bend. Mrs. Frank Fertig is visiting her sister, Mrs. Shindler, who is again critical...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

r iV'i"i"rT"r,i 1 Political u - H IHllHli The Went In the Cbutom of lOOU. In his selections for members of the executive committee of the Republican congressional campaign managers, Chairman Sherman gives the West the prominence which it deserves. Mr. Sherman Is himself a New Yorker, but knows that the heaviest part of the work 1; the congressional canvass of 1900 will have to be done In the Central West Here is where the battle will be won or lost for the Republicans. Of the twelve members of the executive committee which he has selected, eight are from the region of tne Alleghanles' sunset side, and six of these eight are from the west of the Mississippi. Burke, the chairman of the executive committee, is a South Dakota man. Th3 new Republican senator from Nevada, George S. Nixon, has a place on the executive committee. This is a tribute to Neva la's returning sanity, as shown In lis swing to the Repulicans In 1904, which was the first time that Nevada: gave an electoral vote for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

C I TO vat Devils" f TT lie Valley. Travelers In the celebrated Death Valley of California have described the wonderful contortions of the sand pillars that small whirlwinds sometimes send spinning across the hot plain. Even more remarkable are "dust devils" seen by an explorer, in the valley of the White Nile. Sometimes two of these whirling columns, gyrating In opposite directions, meet, "and if they be well-matched ttc collision stops them and a strudle oi.sues as to which way they shall twist. Gradualy one gains the mastery, and th two combined rush on together. Some or tnese whirlwind will strip the clothes from an Arab's back, or send a goat spinning round and round like a top. nn In For Sick Women To Consider FresT. That almost every operation in our hospitals performed upon women becomes necessary through neglect of such symptoms as backache, irregular and painful periods, displacements of the female organs, pain in the side, burning sensation iu the stomach, bearing-down pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 May 1906

A A A A A A A A A A A A LOCAL NEWS WANTED 300 light hogs, Schlosser Bros., Plymouth. 30t3 Attorney Iden Romig of South Bend, transacted business in Plymouth Friday. Mr. arid Mrs. John Flaharty of Fort Wayne, were here to attend the funeral of Charles Ryan. Mrs. Radican and Mrs. Adam Kebert, both residents of the southwest part of town are seriously ill. The annual conclave of the grand commandery. Knights Templar? of Indiana, will Le held at Winona Vedesday and Thuisday. Robert Millet of Chicago, returns home Saturday after a visit of ten days with his uncle and aunt, Mr. ad Mrs. James Deloney. All nature is smiling on the Yellow River valley and all other sections of Marshall county and the farmers are brsy plowing and planting. L. G. Harley has been spending considerable time at Bourbon during the past two weeks on account of the illness and death of his mother. Mrs. W. D. Fulk of Cold water, Mich., who was called here by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Daniel liarley, who died at Bou...

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