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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 October 1901

y MOUTH " RIBUN Recorders office 17ft ni WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1901. NO. I A LATTER-DAY ROMANCE A Humorous 2nd Mirth-Provoking Story of a Deception Practised on a Chicago Woman. Chicago, Oct., 8 "Do you love me deary?" "You know I do, pet!" "Well, pleasant dreams." 'Sleep tight." "Good night." Ihe above conversation and yards of it has been passed up and down a plain every-day tin speaking tube in the home of Mrs. Margaret Scott Thoroman, öOl'I Groveland avenue, for the last year and a half. Mrs. Tho- roman thought she was havinsr her iove tested and it cost her, according to a statement made in court to-day, something like 400. Kate Williamsom. her maid, and her sweetheart, John ßarnett, a houseman, acted as "love testers" and it might have been going on yet had it not been for the interfernece of ex-Bridewell Keeper Felton, who says he entered the case as a "human itarian." Lieut. Sullivan of the Stanton avenue police station says the .Wi...

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. — 10 October 1901

ÜGX2CD COSCE? u(DWB: ' , Zbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. II B. OGLBSBEB, Hdltoi. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 10, 1901. freight Never before has so much passed through Plymouth as is mov ing" now. Cars and engines are to be had only in insufficient numbers, the factories being unable to turn them out as rapidly as they are wanted, and men are scarce and find promotion as fast as they can earn it by meritorious service. New firemen and brakemen are eargerly sought all along the lines. Look back to 1894. The Indianapolis Sentinel disingen uously remarks that Mayor Taggart is taking some interest in the city campaign now being waged. Nat urally enough. It is his campaign and Maguire, the ostensible candidate is a mere figurehead. Taggart is making the speeches, writing the let...

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. — 10 October 1901

DIVORCE Episcopal Bishops Discuss it In Convention. San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 5 The attitude of the Protestant episcopal church in America to ward divorce and the remarriage of divorced persons is sure to give rise to much debate during the present general convention, A majority report, prepared by some of the most learned bishops, clerical and lay deputies, will come up for action, recommend ing that the church adopt canon 14, preventing a minister of the church from 'solemnizing a mar riage between any two persons unless or until by inquiry, he shall have satisfied himself that neither person has been or is the husband or the wife of any other person then living." This is a sweeping law, not recognizing even infidelity as a cause for divorce and not per mitting episcopal clergymen to solemnize the marriage of an in nocent party in a divorce. The action taken by the "rigorists," as those taking this extreme stand are called, is based on the ground that the church is called upon to ...

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. — 10 October 1901

Übe Grfbune.' EctabUshed October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publisher. It B. OaiiDSBEH, Btfitov. OFFICE In Bissel! Block. Comer Cento and " Laporte Street. . . SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Montts 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 10, 1901. SALUTATORY. The old familiar Plymouth Be publican is no more. Under its sev eral Dames of the Pilot, The Banner, Tne Mail and Magnet, The Marshall County Republican andlhe Plymouth Republican it has for a full half cen tury been a welcome and regular week ly visitor in thousands of homes and has carried its messages of joy and of sorrow, of peace and war, of victory and defeat, of adversity and prosper ity to thousands of readers, many of whom have now passed to that bourne whence no traveler may return. It has through all its long career, it be ing the eldest newspaper jn the coun ty, been a faithful chronicler of local events, an ardent supporter of re publican principles a...

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. — 10 October 1901

Zbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. 1 i Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB CNE must be I before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance in the Issue of that week. . Plymouth, Ind., OcU'ier 10, 1901. LOCAL NEWS of good wood on subscription. Albert Koontz came up from Tipton to spend Sunday with his mother. Six carloads of paving brick have arrived and more is cn the way. Mrs. IL E- Shirley visited relatives in Logansport over Sunday. Dr. D. C. Knott left Monday for a brief visit with his brother in'Nebra ska. II. G. Thayer will go to Xew York to visit his daughter and return with Mrs. Thayer. v William Walburn, of Lafayette, vis ited his brother Charles, in this city Monday and Tuesday. - TT1! M " 1 II! ib- rmui v v imii, minien Lou Russell, is, with her husband, visiting relatives in this county. Lottie Langdon, who has been spending the summer t Elkhart, re turned home Monday. "William Burnsidehas filed an ap plication to have Margaret "Wilson de clared of unsound mind...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 October 1901

ROOSEVELT FOR RECIPROCITY His Speech at Minneapolis Compared with that of McKinley at But falo Four Days Laf.er. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4 The very remarkable speeches delivered by McKinley, and Roosevelt, the one at Buffalo im mediately before the murder, the other at Minneapolis four days earlier, are already historical and are receiving close compara tive study. The two .speeches were wholly independent of each other in their preparation and were calculated to express views of their makers alone, but they cover largely the same points of national policy and. in the light of Roosevelt's declara tion that he will pursue the Mc Kinley policies without deviation, they now together become an ad ministration text-bookT That reciprocity will be the all-absorbing issue of the next congress is apparently beyond doubt. The exact position of the president is a matter of great concern among the law ; 'lasers. He does not care to be drav.u out upon that or any subjec except in a proper manner ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 October 1901

0 nt mW - 4rsp 4 4 5UNBVRST YA 4 V iWif f the market with lees fuel. Entire top, front and eides mica. Double hot blast fire pot; fire pot withdrawn in half minute; Duplex grate?; always cool magazine; large tea kettle attach' ment; heats up aod down etairs at same time; guarantee bond with every 6tove. Sold only at Buck's Gash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES. vi TLbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB- UNE must be in before Tuesday noon to It sure tnelr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind., Octtber 10, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. F. Spotts, of Kewanna, visiting her sister in this city. IS Frank Hendricks has returned home from his trip to ew Orleans. Arthur Young, who has been quite sick for the past few weeks, is conva lescent. IdaUliich, who has been quite ill with malaria fever,is able to be up and around. Missess Harriet and Jeanette Lauer i returned last week from Mattoon, Illinois. Mary E. Gibson has filed an appli cation to...

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. — 10 October 1901

BULGARIA INCENSED Gase of Miss Stone, ihe Kidnaped ftmei lean Missionary. Puilippopolis, Bulgaria,Oct. 9. Public interests in the fate of Miss Ellen M. Stone, the kid naped American missionary, in tensifies here. There is wide spread condemnation of the gov ernment for allowing such free dom to the Macedonian commit tee as to enable it to engineer the outrage. Miss Stone resid ed here before she went to Sal onike and she is well known throughout the country. Patriotic Bulgarians are in censed, as they recognize that Miss Stone and her colleagues of American missions in Bulgaria and Macedonia have beeu their best friends through the trouble. There is no lack of indications that Prince Ferdinand is imperil ing his own position by permit ing such license to. the commit tee as to enable it to blackmail prominent ppople in support of the Macedonian cause. Consul-General Dickinson, when here on his way to Sofia from Constantinople, thought it probable that if the brigands un derstood from...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 October 1901

,,,. t.i,.. waiu ., i ill, j- - j- - i i ,, i i J Mil 111 nil I WIMM Ml 11 IllT IMIMI IX"! W I" 1 r l TT rl't ,---- f RIBUN ?clers office lTfebOl W j WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1901. NO- 2 PTnTT TT TT i T-r r r-r T rr v-Tv TT TrT7, TT TT O W W . M 11. li IM IT 1UH IVli 11 ,11 11 ,c0 J ,1 . i ii WATTERSON Looking Forward to the Next ' Presidential Campaign. Louisville editor Seeks Gubernatorial Honors as Stepping Stone to Higher Things Will Endeavor to Heal Breaches In Kentucky Democracy Tor That Purpose- Louisville, Ky.. Oct. 15. Henry Watterson, editor of the Courier Journal, has overcome his antipathy to office holding, and has quietly announced to friends and a few politicians that he will not be averse co accept ing the nomination for governor of Kentucky in 1903. Watterson has made no public announce ment of his candidacy, but it is sow generally known that he is willing to accept this office and lead the Kentucky democracy out of the -wil...

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. — 17 October 1901

i; Übe tribune. EiUblUhed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H. B. OQUHSBBB, Hdltor. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bisseil Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 17, 1901. We are not apprehensive that the President is willing to submit tamely to such an outrage as the kidnaping of an American woman by Bulgarian brigands who hold her for a ransom and we suspeet that something char acteristically strenuous is about to happen. The election of Bookwalter to the mayoralty of Indianapolis is gratify ing to the republicans throughout the state. It shows what the party in the capital city can do when it works harmoniously. If there 'aad been more harmony there would Lave been more plurality, for the city is normal ly republican by something like three thousand, and therein lies a lesson. Our spiteful and envious neighbor of the Independent...

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. — 17 October 1901

MARRIAGE Episcopal Bishops Vote on Moot ed Question. The Subject will Now Come Befoe The Lower House Tor Tjrther Action And is Under Discussion Todag Doston Selected Tor Next Gl nvention San Francisco, Oct. 10 The action of greatest importance taken yesterday by the triennial episcopal convention was the adoption by the house of bishops, by a vote of 37 to 21, of canon 36, "which relates to the solemniza tion of marriage. All of its pro visions had previously been ar gued, except those contained in sec. 4, which forbids the marriage of persons divorced for any cause not existing before marriage. For any cause not existing before marriage" is understood to refer to such causes as insanity, inability to execute a contract, the existence ot a living wife or husband, or like reasons which practically render the mairiage null and void. This section has been a bone of contention, a strong element in the church holding that the remarriage of the innocent party in a divorce on the ground of...

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. — 17 October 1901

TLbe tribune- EtbHthed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H. B. OGLHSQEB, Hditot. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissel! Block Corner Center and Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yer In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 17, 1901. The corn crop in this vicinity is larpely in the shock and will soon be in the crib. It is exceeding the est 1 maies made during the droutli and will not fall greatly short of a ful crop. The recent rains have advanc ed the wheat, of which a larger acre age is sown this year than last. . In February, 1900, about eighteen months prior to the assassination o President McKinley, the "Washington correspondent for Hearst's cursed trinity of murderous yellow journals included the following lines, which those papers published: The bullet that pierced Goebel's chest Cannot be found in all the West; Good reason. It is speeding here To stretch McKinley on his bier. Pause a mom...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 October 1901

BREMEN'S BIG FAIR JOHNSON EULOGIZED BUSTED, BY HOKEY! 4 BUY ONLY THE Geiiaiöe Mlsoö Heater! HOCH TO TELtll THEMT They have no openings below the top to warp and get air; they are a double stove, full lined; they have a cist lid, not a sheet iron one; every siove has the name "WILSON" on them. Beware of imita tions. The only genuine Wilson Heaters in Plymouth are sold at Buck's Gasn Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES. I CALL AND XTbe ZTribune. HENDRiCKS & CO., .Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TRIB UNE mast be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Octiber 17, 1901. LOCAL NEWS The thirty days of mourning for William McKinley expired Sunday. Be v. K;y G. Upson has moved into the U. B. parsonage. Mrs. II. E. Shirley left Monday for a visit with relatives in Iowa. Mrs. Jeff Florian, who has been quiet ill the past few weeks, is slowly improving. Joseph Whitesell, of Donaldson, transacted business in this city last Saturday...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 October 1901

11 1 i R ÜÜCKY By John p. i 1 wl I ttvttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt "Thomas " called the citv editor angrily, as I passed the door of his sanctum, or more properly it might be termed den, as being the habitat of a human bear. "See here. The Morning Times has a beastly scoop on us. That murderer has escaped from the jail." "What!" I cried," Smith escaped after all the fuss they made catching him! I bet the Times put a man on to get him out and nake a story. They never had a scoop and wanted to experience the novelty." "If you ever again let a snap like that go begging," said the still en raged editor, "vou mav hand in vour resignation and trv the -novelty of a new situation." I overlooked my chief's impolite ness, realizing the provocation. In fact I felt sore myself and sat down with my feet on the oflice stove to think it over. Smith, a wily villan and profound rascal, had, after a large expenditure of good cash and the shooting of an excellent officer, been captured an...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 October 1901

Übe Tribune- HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in TOE TRIB UNE must b,e Iii before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Octiber 17, 1901. LOCAL NEWS B. M. Sevbold has discontinued his connection with the Independent. . Mrs. II. E. Shirley went to Iowa this week for a visit with relatives. J. W. Hess had his drug store newly papered and otherwise im proved. Lawrence Linkenhelt is moving in to the new elevator near the Lake Erie station. Mr. and Mrs. TV. E. Bush have moved to Plymouth from their former home at Mishawaka. J. T. Brookes, second vice president of the Pennsylvania company, died Friday very unexpectedly. Ralph Mattingly went toValparaiso last week to enter upon a commercial course in the normal school. The lecture at the3Iethodist church Friday night was fairly well attended in spite of the hard iainfall. The old Novelty plant is now com pletely dismantled and nothing is left but the bare and dilapidate...

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. — 17 October 1901

STARTLING A New Theory Accounting for the Con tinued Activity of the Boers their Ranks Said to be Filled With British Tommies. London, Oct. 14. "Where are all the Boers coming from?" is the question heard a dozen times a day. If the official re ports of the killed and prisoners are trustworthy the entire male population of the two republics was wiped out loni; ago. A gen tleman heard an answer to this question f roin one lately returned from South Africa, which he gives exactly as it was stated, without vouching for its accu racy: "Have you noticed how many are reported missing after every skirmish? Some of these return to the ranks, but many don't. No, the Boers do not keep pris oners, and are not yet accused of murdering them. This means that many are missing from the English ranks and prefer to stay among the Boers. "Besides these there have been ' hundreds, probably thousands, of desertions of dissipated 'Tom mies. who, besides being under paid and ill fed. are treated worse tha...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 October 1901

I nnTUT YMOU I u ; WEEKLY .EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY,, OCTOBER 24. 1901. NO. 3 PL RIBUNEo SENSATIONAL STAMPHOBBERY Chicago Postoffice Loses $75,000 Worth of Postage Stamps Taken Through Tunnel Almost in Presence of Employes. Chicago, Oct., 22. One of the most daring and cleverly ex ecuted postoffice roberies ever committed was carried out at the Chicago postoffice Sunday night. Seventy-four thousand six hun dred and ten dollars' worth of stamps of different denomina tions were taken from the big 'burglar proof" vault in. which they were kept, and no one about the office had an inkling of what was going on, though several hundred employes weie in the building, some of them within a few feet of the spot where the robbery took place. The man ner in which the deed was com mitted, however, made it impos sible for the workers inside the building to know what was golsg on "When the employes of the stamp division arrived at the office Monday morning there was nothing to ...

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. — 24 October 1901

I nom flpoat yocif Unter Glotömo? übe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H. B. OGliHSBBB, Editor. TMepnone No. 127. OFFICE in Bissel! Blo:k. Corner Center and Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 24 1901. The evidence against Schley, so far as any could be found, is all in and the reputation of the old sea dog of Santiago is unshaken. It has been shown that government charts are in correct, that ship's logs were falsified, that orders to deliver messages to Schley were disregarded, that young officers who never before saw a battle were Schlev's jealous critics and that Sampson was neither directly nor in directly a participant in the engage ment. Sampson's charge of reprehen sible conduct and Maclay's accus ition of cowardice and disobedience ars not supported in the slightest degree. It was Schley who sent Cervera's fleet tc the ...

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. — 24 October 1901

WATTERSON'S WAR Kentucky Editor Planning a New Dem ocracy in His State and will Fight Bryanism and Gobelism as a Means of Harmony. Louisville. Ky., Oct. 17. Henry Watterson's purpose to enter the arena as an aspirant for gubernatorial honors is the political sensation in Kentucky. His purpose, as declared by his intimate friends, is to stamp .Bryanism out of the democratic party in his own State first, and, if he succeeds here, in the nation afterward. Mr. Watterson is not only in favor of the gold standard, but he is an ardent expansionist. He is in favor of the construction of an isthmian canal. He is for the expansion of the army and the navy in keeping with the expan sion of the nation, and he favors other movements which find favor with the republicans, and for that reason alone are opposed by a large number of Mr. Bryan's followers. But Mr. Watterson is not a re - publican. Not only on the ques tion of the tariff, but upon many other important issues too well known to be enume...

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. — 24 October 1901

Zhc tribune. Established October 10. 1901.- HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H B. OGIiBSBBB, BditOff. Telepnoue No. 127. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Comer La port e Street. Center and SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 24 1901. "We can see no immediate necessity for tariff tinkering, even if the Free Trade league does endorse it. Bryan's gush over C. A. Towne the - other evening was surpassed only by the gush of Towne 's 70,000 barrel oil well in Texas. The, selection of Mr. Reid, of South Bend, as warden of the state prison at Michigan City is highly gratifying to the republicans of the thirteenth) dis trict and of northern Indiana. It will be gratifying to right-minded democrats as well, for his official du ties will be well and faithfully per formed. People who are determined to be lieve in spiritualism whether or no will of course be little disturbed by the confessions of Mrs. Pi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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