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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 April 1904

51 OFF To reduce, mv stock of Ranges I will i& ---J - ive 5 per cent, off of my regular Low & R Prices on all Steel and Malleable Ranges ig in stock for the balance of April. y A complete line of Up-to-Date Ranges to select from, fr Cli and a guarantee with each Range. If not as good as $ made your money back. Call and sec them before you 03 buy - & 1 BUGiyS GÄSH KAHDWARE I Leader in Low Prices. jg ftbe TEribune, HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TB E TKIB ONE mut be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., April 21, 1904. t & LOCAL NEWS & Alvln Bogardus wenttoCulverMonday. Mrs. A. B. Pyle visited in "Warsaw Monday. Ray Bennatt is home from Soutb Bend. Louis Wickey spent Sunday at Xiles. Mich. Ilarry Hampton Is papering at Hamlet this week. Miss Edith Moorman, of Argos spent Sunday In this city. Carl Yackev, of Tolleston, spent Sunday in ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 April 1904

MAKAROFF DEAD Gallant Russian Goes Down With His Ship at Port Arthur. VICTIM OF A HARBCR MINE Which Costs Russia a Battleship and Its Crew, Also GRAND DUKE CYRIL IS HURT Squadron Goes Out to Meet the Japs, and Return! is the Petropav lovsk Strikes a Mine and Capsizes St. Fetersbrg. April 14. The following dispatch to the czar has been received from Viceroy Alexieff: "Mukden April 13. A telegram has Just been received from Lieutenant General Stoessel, commander of tne military forces at Tort Arthur. I nv gret to report to your majesty that the Pacific fleet has suffered irreparable loss by the death of Its brave and capable commander, who was lost, together with the Petropavlovsk." The battleship ran into one of the mines In the roadstead and was sunk, capsizing as flagship for the day and the admiral went down with her. Squadron Wat Returning to Port. Another dispatch from Viceroy Alex!eff to the czar says: "According to report from the commandant at Tort Arthur the battleships and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 April 1904

6 6 I 4 vi 'Jl Li 1 ! J i si We Have Moved quarters in igan Street, just one square a. L. Ä f m-r 4- V IM carry the Finest Line ol uoods in tnis part oi tne 2taie. Y til We invite you to call and Im n TEbe TErfbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB ONE mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to inure tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. ' Plymouth, Ind.. April 21. 1904. 3 I & LOCAL NEWS & f John D. Widaman, of "Warsaw, was in townoa legal ousinesslast week. S. P. Strang, of Nappanee, stopped here last week on his way to Knox. Miss Lou Clare Jones z quite ill at her home on South Michigan street. George Dausman, of Argos, is clerking in a dry goods store at Nappanee. Mr. and Mrs. Stamm, of Akron, Ohio, are visiting, at John Zumbaugh's. The saloons were closed Thursday because we had a democratic primary convection. The five-weeks oid child or Mr. and Mrs. Asber Kanarr residing six miles north of Plymouth died last wee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 April 1904

DOIIE BY A JAP HIE Admiral Togo Tells How He Blew Up the PetropayloYsk Off ' i . Port Arthur. v ' LAID HIS TRAP JU THE NIGHT Dropping' Submarine Volcanoes Across the Uouth of the Harbor. "erapU the Kassians Outside and Then Drives Them Back to DestructionTien Tsin Hears of More Shooting. Port Arthur, April IS. Rumors are current here that twenty Japanese transports convoying troops hare been sighted steaming in the direction of Yinkow. The rumors cannot be con: firmed. The Russians impatiently await a Japanese landing. Seoul, April 18. Thirty-three 'Russians occupied rfungjiu on the nisbt of April 1G. .r: Tien-Tsin, April 18. A report! has been received IieTe that Port Arthur was bombarded ail day Friday, and that the action was continued Saturday. , ;. St. Petersburg, April 18. A dispatch from Port Arthur says several eye-witnesses assert that a Japanese cruiser was lost outside of Tort Arthur April 12 by striking one of its own floating mines. Tokio, April 18. At last an official ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

'J 10U cm 11 . - VOLUMEUl PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, APßlL 2, 1904. NO- HO PLYI RIBUNE -y. ! i' . i ! j I: 1 i i V i ; f ! ! it ii t; r ACCUSED BI WftTSOII Ex-Member of Congress, from Georgia Contributes to a Color Lino Dispute AS TO CLEVELAND'S PCSITICU Requests for "Leave to Print" Entertain the House - Iile Doubts the Value of Hattleships. , Washington. April 20. The question of ex-President Cleve!ands treatment of negroes came up in the house, IlfircV wlck of (Jeorgia reading a letter from Thomas Watson, of Georgia, repeating bis charge that Cleveland had favoied mixed schools; that he had appointed a negro, C. X. J. Taylor, minister to Bolivia, and that he had incüuded Fred Douglass in the list of guests at a reception closely following his w edding Watson, In his letter, said he wished It read In the interest of fair play, "in order that it shall be known upon what 1 based statements which Mr. Cleveland so Insultingly denied." Soma Fan Orer "Leare to Print." Some amusement wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

Zbe tribune. Established October 10, 1001. Only Republican Newspaper In the Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE-Blssell Bulldlne, Corner LsPorte ajjd Center btrtets. Telt-phone No. 27. bDBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, In advance, 11.50; Sli Months. 75 cents; Three wfontLs, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the potofflce at Plymouth, Indiana. a second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., April 28, 1904. Senator Gorman's bitter denunciation ot machine politics doesn't specify wbetber he had reference to Dill's Tammanv'sor hisnwn. Tha Parker buum does not rise to any great height in states outside of New York. The movement is indeed not considered favorably by democrats in general. In spite of all the excitement raised about the subject, no political platform has yet declared against the courtesy of entertaining a colored man at the White House. Brigham II. Roberts, on the stand at the resumption of the senatoria...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

FIRItJGOtJ THEGUARDS Speck of War on the Strike Korizon Out in the Utah Coal District. QUITE A FUSILLADE OCCUES General Bell and a Socialist Not on Good Terms-Pea body and AI oyer. Castle Gate, Utah. April 23. A body of coal company guards "was fired on by striktes Italians about one mile below town. The strikers were bidden among the rocks along the anon. The guards returned the fire, and thirty ehota were exchanged, but so far fls known no one was injured. During the past few days the strikers have become very restless and threatening, having been worked up to this point by 4Mother" Jones. " Svord Is After th Pen. Pueblo, Colo,. April 23. While the military squad which is escorting President Meyer to Telluiide was in this city General Fell pent a squad of soldiers in search of Henry O. Morris, wh I3 In the Insurance and real estate business in this city, and is the uthor of a number of pamphlets on socialism. Bell offered $25 reward for information of the whereabouts of the man, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

Übe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrlCE Blssell Building Corner LaPorte and Center streets. Telephone No. 27. bUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad nce, 11.50; 61 Months. 75 cents; Three Months, iO cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, aa second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., April 28. 1904. mm m m mm - Republican City Ticket. For Mayor, LEWIS J. HESS. For Clerk, FRANK A. HENDRICKS. For Treasurer, WILLIAM H. CONGER. For Marshal, L. D. ESPICH. For Councllmen 1st Ward, F. M. BCRKET, A. K. CLIZBE. For Councllmen 2nd Ward, FRANK A, FORBES, ME DE LOGAN. Fcr Councllmen 3d Ward, F. W.BOSWORTII. C. A. BROWN. Remember I"his. To vote at the city election this spring you must be a resident of the state of Indiana six months; of the township sixty days, of the precinct thirty days. , The city election- takes place...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

(f 3C ON -. . . Buck or Davis Strictly Pure White Lead ... $6.50 per 100 lbs. Having made a large contract before the advances I am able to make these low prices on the old established brands Buck nnrl Divk Striftlv Purp Lend, trirtlv Pure Linseed Oil always at the nothing but the best. BUCK'S CASH'HARDUAR LEADER IN Zbc TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TK1B U?E meat be In before Tuesday noon to Injure tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., April 28, 1904. : & LOCAL NEWS -jo Mrs. Daniel Jacobv remains seriously ill. Mr. Ilewitt. the bread man, has taken unto himself a wife. Mrs. Reuben Sisk visited relatives at Culver Saturday and Sunday. The last meeting of the present city council will be held this evening. Miss Hattie P.eed of Bourbon, is visiting Mrs D. G. Thayer in this city. The voters of the city of Plymouth have decided to elect the best men for city officers. Charles Spahr.and son came down fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

HID OF THREE THUGS v Niedermeier, Van Dine and Marx Die Victims of Their Own Diabolism. TV70 HEPENTAIIT AND CAL1I Out Niedrrmeier Tries to Kill Himself and Collapses When He Finds the Law Too Strong. Chicago, April 23. The car-barn bandits were hanged, one at a time, In the county jail. They were taken to the scaffold at hajf hour Intervals between 10:30 o'clock and noon, and by 1 o'clock the black coffins had been shouldered out of a side exit and earlied away to a morgue in Chicago avGUSTAVE UARX. H. YA DIXE. P. NIEDERMETEB. enue. Niedenneier, the boastful, was the most craven of the three. He was carried!, limp and half unconscious, to the gallows, and the trap wae sprung es he was sitting cn a chair. Xo dersrmanaccompanied him to whisrcr !words of consolation to him at the last Van Xiine the Ljt to Siring. Van Dine was the last to be hanged. The possibility that his mother's pleac to the governor might result in a reprieve led Sheriff Iiarrett to delay his execution until after ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

We Have Moved From Laporte Street to our hew headquarters in the Speicher Block on nichigan Street, just one square north of Post Offfce. We now have the largest hardware store in the county and carry the Finest Line of Goods in this part of the State. We invite you to call and see us. Respectfully, Astley & Hess. TEbe Tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear lnTDE TK1B DNE mcjt be in before Tue? day noon to lniure tneir appearance Id the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., April 28, 1904. I LOCAL NEWS f o Ü Mfss Mabel Strunk visited at In wooi last week. Mrs. G. W. Stirider and Mrs. Ernest II. Shrider visited in Valparaiso last .week. N April 30, is the last day on which to file affidavits for mortgage exemptions. Miss Luemma Hess was here from Ohio to attend the Houghton-Cxk wedding. Dr. Ringle of Tippecanoe, has engaged in the business of raising Brahma chickens. Lamson has moved bis restauraat to the list room north of the old state ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 April 1904

OUR RIGHT Tfl VJIÖ . 'v This Is the Keynote of Congressman Watson's Notable Convention vi,' T. Address. v1 THE PARTY OF ACHIEVEMENT Hon. James E. Watson Reviews the , Past of the Grand Old Party and Points Confidently to a Future Glow Ing With Hope and With Promise,, Indianapolis, April 26. Rarely has an orator in Indiana received closer attention and from a more distinguished audience than was paid to Hon. James E. Watson, chairman of the Indiana Republican state convention, by the delegates and representative citizens HON. JAMES E. WATSON, who filled the body of To'mlinson hall to overflowing this afternoon. Congressman Watson's address, which is rightly looked upon as the keynote of the campaign so auspiciously launched in Indiana today, was a notable utterance and wa3 frequently punctuated wlfh the heartiest applause. He said: We -are on the eve of a great political Strohde. Vital Issues arp at stake, Stupendous Interests are Involved, the country will be thoroughly aroused and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

- .i 'i i ÜNE teb03 r tder'9?ce VOLUME III lleco PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904. NO. 310 FLYMOU JU1 RIB i hi u i r i ; 4 ji i i ;.fl . i i J i 1 i: y V V. B I ' LL T O ' .Cannon May Yet Be ObPged.to Take Second Place with Roosevelt. IT IS EITHER "JOE" 02. SHAW So It Is Said at Washington -General Tyner on Trial -Small Sensation in tbe Smoot Case. Washington, May 3. There Is every indication now that Leslie M. Shaw and Joseph G. Cannon have been forced into a realization of the fact that one or the other will be nominated for vice president at the Chicago convention in June and that the latter has modified his picturesque ob- . Jection to accepting such a nomination. This is understood to be one of the results of the meeting at the "White House, which was attended by Cannon, Senators A Id rich, Spooner, Hale, riatt of Connecticut, Lodge and Allison, Representative Heinenway .and Secretary Cortelyou. Cuiaoi't Nam In Front Again. Early last week the Republican lead--ers seemed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

Zbc TEttbune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrICE Blsell Bulldlne. Corner LnPorte Dd Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In adnrc". il.V); Six Months. 75 cents; Three jdonths. 4U cents, delivered at any postoßlce ADVERTISING KATES made known on application. Entered at the po-toffice nt Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. ' Plymouth, Ind.. May 5. 1904It is reported that Gorman still hops to jseaire tbe Domination. That man must have an awful opinion of the democratic party. Senator Hale's advice that no more money be spent on battleships until we see what lessons the present war conveys, is both pertinent and timely, Bourke Cockran Is the favorite democratic orator this year. Four years ago he blew so lustilv on a republican horn that the democrats had to stuff cotton in their ears. Col. Br ran wants it distinctly understood that he is without malice or resentment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

Due HTERVEHES Cal'saHalt in the Carrying Out of the Sentence Against John Terrell. PEISONEB SENT TO AN ASYLUM tory of a Ilemarknble Cese Frank Bolen Having Mad Hoosier State News Notes. Bluff ton, Ind.. April CO. Governor IV. T. Durbin has called a halt in further proceedings in the case of John Terrell, the millionaire convicted of killing Melvin Wolf, a son-in-law of Terrell. The governor has telegraphed. Sheriff Johnson not to take the defendant to prison until he receives further instructions. The telegram indicates that Durbin will Investigate Terrell's condition aim! have the prisoner sent to an asylum. Had To Ite Carried Int Court. Terrell was earritd Into court at Blufften Thursday by Sheriff Johnson and the bailiffs, limp and apparently lifeless. He made no response to the question as to why sentence should not be paaaed upon him and Judge Smith sentenced him to life Imprisonment in accordance with the verdict of the jury. JuIge Smith gave the defendant's attorney sixty day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

be tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Buikllnsr, Corner LPorte and Cenitr Streets. Telephone No. 27. 8DBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance, 11.50; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postofSce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Kterd t the postoffice at Plymoatb, Indiana, as second-class mail matter. . Plymouth, Ind., May 5. 1904. The Louisville Times describes Parker as the "calm after the storm!" But just wait till the Nebraska cycloDist hits him next July. No wonder the Democratic minority was so anxious to adjourn congress. Bourke Cockran had received orders from Tammany to make another speech. It is predicted that the submarine boats will eventually drive the monster battle ships out of business. The wars of the future are to be fought fish fashion. The Russian navy would be satisfied to go'nortb, south, east or west, but it is afraid that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

(r Hill LowPrces ox Buck or Davis Strictly Pure White Lead . . . $6.50 per 100 lbs. Having made a large contract before the advances I am able to make these low prices on the old established brands and Davis Strictly Pure Lead. Pure Linseed Oil always at the nothing but the best. BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE LEADER IN Zhe XEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsements to appear Xn THE TKIB DJtE mcjt be in before Tuesday noon to lnor tfielr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., May 5. 1904. i '& LOCAL NEWS Col. Wra. Sears is spending a few days in tnis city. - William Baugher is borne for a visit of several days. Vern Miller came home from Chicago to vote and visit his parents. Center township commencement exercises at opera house Friday niht. C. M. Stair and William Ashton of South Bend, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Mrs. E. J. Kleckner who has been seriously ill for sometime, is reported better. Mrs. Dr. Crawford, of Hanna, spent Monday night with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

BURSTS FORTH III ITS SPLEIIDOR President Roosevelt Touches a Key, and the St. Louis Fair Is Revealed. ITS BEAUTY BREAKS I3TO VIEW Genius of Electricity Unlocks Its Glories to the "World. Signal Is the Close of Secretary Taft'a Speech, and the Impulse Comes from the White House. St. Lou!s. April SO. Today at saoon the grout exposition upon which St. Loui has lavished millions of money, to which her people havedevoted years of their best endeavor, and for which they have labored with infinite patience aikl persistence was thrown open to the world. The time for promfees ami pledges had gone, the day of fulfillment was at hand; end never had any city put forth greater effort to keep the spirit and letter of her pledge than had St Louis. Rush at the Lout Moment, All of yesterday and all of last night the people had worked with desperate energy to accomlih the thousand and one things tkit always remain to be done at the last moment. At the exposition grounds 50,000 men worked all day putt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

We Have Moved mi 8 igan Street, just one square north of Post Offfce. We now have the largest hardware store in the county and tarry me finest Line oi vjoous in xni3 pare oi ine iaie. We invite you to call and see us. Respectfully, j Ast ley & Hess. Hi Zhc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBE TKIB VSK mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., May 5, 1904 ä LOCAL NEWS Miss Kate Thomas Is visiting.in Rochester. Miss Grace McColl went to Bourbon to attend the funeral of Abraham Brillhart. Moses Beckner, of Argos and Miss Ida Roose, of Sappanee. were married Sunday April 24. Abraham Brillhart died at Bourbon at eleven o'clock Tuesday night, April 26, aged 77 years. Mrs. Frank Tanner went to Arros to visit with her parents and other relatives over Sunday. Dr. Bltchey of DonaTdson and W. B. Rust of Grovertown. transacted business at Plymouth Thursday. S. J. Ilanes who sr. 1 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 May 1904

THE STUTE COIENTIOI V.Iii, I'll r Republicans Heet to Shape Issues and Name a Ticket. THE FIRST DAY'S DOINGS Electors at Large , and Delegates at Largo Were Named ! as First Formal Action. Chairman Watson's Notable Speech Was Received With the Closest t Attention o? Great Audience. Other Leaders of the Party Contributed to the Enthusiasm of the Assembled Delegates. 8ome Passing Notes on the First Day's Proceedings of a Big Daleoate Body. Electors at Large GEORGE A. CUNNINGHAM JOSEPH B. OLIVER Delegates at Large CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS A I o rr n-v npiir mnp WINFIELD T. DURBIN JAMES P. GOODRICH Alternates ' ' ERASTUS P. McCLURE EPHRAIM MARSH j HOWARD MAXWELL I J. L. C. McADAMS Indianapolis, April 27. The delegates to the Indiana Republican state convention which met yesterday afternoon in Toralinson hall found many points looking to their comfort and convenience never noted in previous conventions. The great hall had, during the past year, undergone certain Iterations, the work of the r...

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