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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

"3 "s.v.. r1 1 - J 'v. I K .v:.1 nrr'a OilCe AC'M VOLUMEIV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JAUNAHY 5 1905. NO. U PROPOSED ELECTRIC ROAD. PERU TO THIS CITY. .PORT ARTHUR HAS FALLEN.. CHARLES HOWELL REEVE. HICKS FOR JANUARY. TAX PAYERS WIN BIG SUIT. NEW OFFIERS IN CHARGE PLMOy n 5 .1 A ' Cars Will Run in Six Months Say Directors. The directors of the proposed electric railroad betwen this city and South Bend met in the office of At"torney trank Swigart yesterday afternoon and transacted important business. They stated that they were :greatly pleased with the outlook at the present time and promised that electric cars will be running between the proposed terminals by the first of June. That the road will be built the directors say there is now no doubt, whatever. Those at the meeting were S. S. -"Purlet, president; Virginus Nica.r treasurer; Jos eph J Green, John Caulfield, E. P. Taylor, secretary; and George H. Leslie, all of South Bend; j.Horace Crismond, vicepresident; J. G. Powell and ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

THE PLYMOUiTR!EUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. . - Pvblishers. 1905 January. 1905 Su Mo TulWe Th Fr Sa 1 Tl 45 6 T 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o o o o o o o e o o o (TU an. M-7 Q 27th. -W 5th. F. Q.äT5F. M 13th. v J 21st PAST AND PRESENT A3 IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information fathered by th Few for th Enlightenment of the Manx A Big Fire in Chicago. Fire which started in the building, 156 Van Buren street, Chicago, occupied by the Peninsula Stove Works, gutted that srrueture ana spread to two buildings adjoining, occupied by the Cash Buyers' Union and the Zeno Gum Company. The loss ; is estimated at $300,000. Six cottages, tenameu Dy woriungmen, aiso were aesiroyea and the occupants had narrow escapes from death, the wall of the seven-story Cash Buyers' Union building falling, crushing the houses like egg shells. Six firemen were injured by flying bricks when the walls fell, two of the men being so bad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

Order ff the Czar A Story of Russian Power By MARCUS EASTLAKE CHAPTEIt V. "Vladimir, thou art feeling stronger? Ia It not so?" says Iran, putting a hand on each of my shoulders and looking down anxiously in my face. "Certainly I am much stronger than when I came to .thee a week ago," I reply with a smile. "Because thou wilt have to make a more again," resumes Iran. "It Is no longer safe for thee here. To-day my landlord met me as I left the house, and asked me who I had staying with me; though I know not how he has discovered thy presence here. I aaid: 'A cousin, who is merely passing through the town en route to Novgorod. He asked your name. I was taken aback, but fortunately the first lie led up to the second, and the name of an actual cousin came to me and I pronounced it. So now thou art Waldemar Xicolaivitcli Alikanoff! I hare thought, Vladimir, he resumes, "that It were well to make known thy existence to our section. Thou knowest they are to be trusted to a man. What joy ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

Übe tribune Established October 10, 1901. Oalj Republican Newspaper In th Couaty. HENDRICKS & OILLESPIE, OrriCE-BJasell Building Corner LaPorte lad Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 5, 1905, One of tbe favorite Debs arguments for his theories is that if the people were required to spend fewer hours at work they would have more time to develop their minds. There would be more time for this, but the assumption that this time would he thus applied is a very good illustration of the countless other assumptions at the foundation of Debsism and kindred isms. There are several fallacies in this, all of which are clear to every one that gi?es a thought beyond the mere assumption. The principal one Is the theory that those who do not now cultivate their minds would do so, if only they had the leisure. The truth is that among tbe millions in their teens and beyond that the inclinat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

U666Sft!l TÄS all BITCH'S 1. ' 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Spring Wagon..' 56,61G 16. Lantern Steel Range 97,401 17. " Hot Blast Stove 85,350 IS. Wilson Heater 33,170 19. Wilson Heater 54,1GQ 20. Tea Kettle 38,652 21. " " 13,739 22. " lff.DÖ'j 23. " " .59,S5H 24.' " 27,510 25 Lantern :.0S443 26. ;. m $3,340 27. " . :. 12.0Ü3 28. 23,841 29. " G'j.o'J 30. Scales .17,021 .78,633 .36,157 . l,S2:i .SS720 .65.711 .i3,:;::o .43,929 .65,691 .80,138 .34,400 .65,810 .84,711 .75,642 .26,520 I wish to thank you, one and all for the liberal patronage you have given me in the past and hope to meet a continuance of the same in this year. I am Yours' respectfully, fifl. E-. BUCK. Zbc ZTdbune. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB UPtE mcdt be In beforeTuesdty noon to in ure tnetr appearance In the ijsue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Jinnary 5, 1905. n ä LOCAL NEWS & Mrs. J. M. Beam is visiting friends and relatives at South Bend. Miss Je...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

11! fe sofc TFrwrrr MAL OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS SOLDIERS AT HOME. THEY TELL SOME INTERESTING ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. i no Mi The Distressing Abuse of Christmas Presents. ANY people will sympathize with a "writer in the Nineteenth Century, who complains that the cuptom of gift-making; has degenerated -into a system of barter. How true this is we all must realize with the approach 9t Christmas and the shopping it entails. Pretty soon we lhall sit down some morning, look over our memoranda, find cut who sent us presents last Christmas, remember what was the approximate cost cf each, and then start on a tour of the shops to purchase gifts of about the same Talue. And these we shall send to our creditor friends With a written message of Christian charity and holiday food cheer, but heaving over each parcel a heavy sigh of relief that this is off our minds and we are even. Nor Is that the worst of it, for very often we seriously tmbarrass our finances by paying our ob...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

7 CHICAGO, FT. WAYNE, FOSTORIA. F1NDLAY, CLEVELAND. BUFFALO, NEW YORK, BOSTON ' AND ALL POINTS EAST and WEST Reached Most Quickly and Comfortably via tht Nickel Plate Road. Thrwe Express Trains overy day In the year, thru Pullman Sleeping Cars to Chicago, New York and Boston. Comfortable high hack seat coaches and modern Dining Can erring meals on Individual Club Plan ranging in prices from 25o to SLOT. Also a la Carte lerrlce. Colored Porters in uniform to look to the comfort of first and second class passengers and keep cars scrupulously cla. Direct Connections with Fast Trains at Chicago and Buffalo. A3 Agents Sell Ticket via this Popular Urate, Write to C. A. ASTER LIN, Trav. Pass. Aoont. . Ft. Wajrna. Ind U1XED FAIUIIIIG Wheat Ralolns Ranching Three Great Pursuits hare a rain shown wonderful results on the FilEE I10UESTEAD LAEIDS OF WESTERN CANADA , afagaifioent CI Ira ate f irmm lo win la their ahlrtH in the middla f NonmW. "AD are bo nod to Bor thaa rl.Mwj with th final reo I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 January 1905

PROFESSIONAL. CARDb G. Ft UITCnCOCK, DENTIST. Room 1 Corbin Block. PLYMOUTH. IND. v kiip.s, r-.Yam nen Free! When you are at South Bend consult u about yoar eyes. Glasses Fitted Properly for $1.00 a pair. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Drs. Burke & bemontreer 221S. 3Ilci. St S.C.LORING.M.D. OCta over Bosworth 4 Shimbiugh't In ?ate Bank Block. Phono 205. All nails promptly answered. Office hoars 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Phone 204. Residence, 314 Center st. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA JOHN W. PARKS LAWYER YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. TELEPHONE 237 MONEY TO LOAN AT SIX PER CENT. (No Commission) J A HOLTER, Plymouth A. C. HOLTZEN DORFF C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Serge::, Oorner Michigan and Jefferson Street Night calls answered. J Dr. F. II. BURKET, DBNTIST Plymouth, Indlaoa. Lie lit! Good Light! The Cheapest Light is Gas Light! Churches and homes in the country as well as in town can now enjoy the luxury of the best and cheapest light known in the world. It excells electric lights, bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

v. Si 1 THE LYMOUTH ID1J UNE lecordcr'ö Office febOS VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JAUXAKY 12 I 05. NO. 1 5 TO BE COURT MARTIALED. HAS A CORN SHREDDER BILL. PAY OF SCHOOL TEACHERS. THE EX-AUGURAL MESSAGE. MANY PAROLES VIOLATED. UNUSUAL ORDER. 7' i Gov. Durbin Delivers His Parting Message. General Stoessel Must Stand Trial According to Custom. Colvert Would Compel Manufacturers to Use a Safety Device. Does Not Correspond with Boasted Value of Educaton. :.v. i: There Were 640 Indiana Prisoners Paroled in Four Years. Sheriff of Laporte Cojnty Given Authority to Sell a Town. TRIM 1 I 4 v f i i V) : I) 1 J 1 'I St. Petersburg, Jan. 5. The general staff has issued an announcement to the effect that General Stoessel must return to St. Pestrsburg and stand trial by court martial for surrendring Tort Arthur. This is an ancient regulation and the fact that one like Stossel, who so bravely fought to hold the stronghold, has been subject to it, has aroused great indignation. It is learn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

THE PLYMOüjt TRIÄÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO . . Pvbüahera. 1905 JANUARY. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th. Fr 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 T Ö 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o o o o o g o o o o o (Tl Q. $- N. M. "T F Q.TiF. M Vg 27th. 5th. S) 13th. x 21st. PAST AND PßESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment f tha Manx Ghastly Find in Louisiana. While building a gravel walk at his place at Independence, La., J. B. Caston discovered twenty-nine human skeletons, apposed to be the remains of the -men of Desoto's expedition who were killed by the Indians. In one hole nineteen skeletons were found, and nearly all the others were found intact except the skulls, which were sever-!. The positions in which the skeletons were discovered Indicated that the men had been massacred and buried in a heap as five skulls were found together. A history of Independence shows that a party of DeSoto's men, enr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

XX By HCNRY T CHAPTER VIII. It was early in the morning, one spring iay of the year of grace, 18G1, when a rather short, thick-set man, whose sparkling teeth were hidden behind a huge black mustache, and whos.i black beard was cut in the Vandyke style, with all the precision of a Parisian dandy, though he was dressed only in a stained and well-worn pair of gray linen trousers ind a ragged blue flannel shirt, was enraged in taking down the shutters of the tlotel de Paris, facing the levee of New Orleans. . The Hotel de Paris was a small, twopry building, which seemed so thin and puny between its two four-story neighbors that one might have imagined sometody had found it in quite another spot, and had maliciously dropped it into its plae? to fill up the gap. It was brightly distempered in a salmony pink, and the rreea shutters and green window blinds fave it a cheerful apect, to which the flaring signboard, adorned with the legrnd, Joha Roberts, Proprietor, in gold letters on a green ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

Zbc tribune Established October 10, 1901. Oaljr Republican Newspaper In lh- Coaaty. HENDRICKS& GILLESPIE, Or 1(J liisseli Building, Coiner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, ndiou, as yeoona-ciass mau maner. Plymouth, IrcL, January 12, 1905, Mr. Carnegie's gifts novr approximate $100,000,000. No one has ever given as much or with such good judgment. .. " In casting about for th secret of Mrs. Chadwicks success with usually cautious financiers, some one has found it in the psychology of her clothes. In Buffalo they save 14,000 tons ot coal a month by utilizing the water power transmitted from Niagara Falls. It is time a water trust was forming. An electrical machine for counting and wrapping coins has lately been invented. It counts at the rate of 420 a minute and one machine does the work of eight men. No editor should be without at least one. The automobile has succeeded in driving many horses from the road and has now t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

? VV i 1 1 j 1 i '2. r? 1O3000 IROD JUST RECEIVED !T Miss Esta Cromlo has I ft lo Ft. wajDe, wnere sue ni; aneuu biuii. OF- WOVEN WIRE FENCING Kokomo Diamond Meh Kokomo Square Mesh. The two best fences made. .All line wires are high carbon coiled spring. The fence that stays stretched summer and winter. The fence that has stood tne test. The fence that will last a lite time. . . My Prices Are Right . . Call and see me now and save monej. IB U o e "The Cash Hardware Han." o o Leader in Low Prices. & LOCAL NEWS -So Mrs Milton Cook is on the sick list, Stephen Mann is visiting friends at South Bend, j ' Wm. ScLoefer of South Bend spent Sandaj in this city. Mrs. Bert Logan has returned from a few days visit at South Bend. Mrs. Catharine Petcher is visiting lriends and relatives at Bourbon. Mrs. Daniel Hahn is spending a few days with Mrs. A. Poland at Bourbon. Mrs. Taylor Philson is visiting her mother Mrs Lucia Caldwell at Inwood. Mrs. Jesie Zehber has returned from a few d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

SHEEP OR COWS. "When one has to run his farm with, little efficient help, especially during haying, harvest and stacking seasons, he Is not slow in appreciating the difference between his cows and sheep. During thosS times his sheep are taking care of themselves, lea7lng him all his time to devote to other work, while his cows require his attention for a couple of hours morning and evening. Sundays and rainy days are just the same. Artt-r one has stacked grain for ten or twelve hours, milked ten to thirty cows, separated the milk, fed calves and done oTer small chores he is pretty near ready to go to bed. . There is not one in ten of the transients that come out to the Dakotas to harvest, who can or will milk, ana most of them are not fit to do it. We keep thirty cows, worin, say $ 1,000 which bring In about ?l,OC0 a year. It takes one man's time the year round to take care of and provide lor them. It takes five tons of hay, or Its equivalent, to feed them; then the pasture and cost...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

Duslest Plrce lu 7orld. Careful and continued counting shows that approximately 400,000 persons cros the Brooklyn bridge and pass the Pulitzer Building each day. If these people tvere to stand side by side the line would stretch from New York to Schenectady. Standing one on top of the other they would extend 427 miles into tpace. But as the atmosphere goes up for a matter of only 200 miles, they would have to lie on the ground, one's head touching another's feet, and then the string of humanity would reach from New York nearly to Tittsburg. Marching single file in one direction at the army rate of speed, it would require seven days of eight hours each for them to cross the bridge. They would weigh as much as two 13,000ton battleships. They would fill CCG railroad trains of ten coaches each, and these trains would extend in an unbroken line from New York to Philadelphia. They include more persons than are In the combined armies of Japan and Russia in Korea and Manchuria. They equal t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 January 1905

Township Trustee's Financial Report To The Advisory Board. Tippecanoe Township. Marshall County, In diana, Joseph T. Wood, Trustee. Dated December 31, 1004. KECE11TS. Wm. O'Keefe, July draw, Tp. fund.. $1,723 19 "Tuition fund. 63'J 73 - " loc " ' " 1,211 47 M " " spl school fund G4S0.' " road fund.... 1.23J13 " " ad road fund 8!1 22 " ' dog fund 5J9J Jan. draw, Tuit'n fund 0(J9 36 W. Allardesty j. p .fees............ 3 Wm. O'Keefe, Dec draw lp fund... 1, " loc tuit fn'd 1,079 73 " spl school fnd 523 73 " road fund 43 S2 ad road fund. 32 51 DISBURSEMENTS. Wm. O Keefe road fund receipts.. .$1,071 4.1 131 43 43 13 Wm. G Elliott, expressage T. j. Twomey. expressage 4 J. J. Vangundy. telephone service.... C F. Cooper, clerk for advisory board lohn Creakbaum, hauling: plank 2 Ol 10) 13 13 5 (10 1 00 rlymouth Chronicle pnig ycany rcyuik j . W. Uair unldg & m g car sewr pipe ohn rs'oland, postage........... D. V. Kitter, papering scnooi nousc v 4 0 Thomas Elkins, director servic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 January 1905

TT-S T7Vv UN PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JAUNAßY ID 1905. NO. IG VOLUME IV n IH" LYMOU TUT same same same same same same same same same same same same same 2,189.67 44.83 2.9S3.25 2,507.77 I,4ft5.16 lor,.fi ...o. 147.00 10.03 753.13 1.5S0.J9 75 1.00 80 CO 60 2.15 SO 1.25 7.58 10.00 1.00 1.50 3.00 1.63 100 75 4.00 23. 77 50 13.43 5.00 4.95 4.35 1.30 3 60 2.80 3.00 l.no 9.20 2.23 30 12.00 20.30 L50 2.40 6.03 14.50 40.00 Townsfcip Trustee's Financial Report To The Advisory Board. Ceruer Township, Marshall County, Indiana, Commodore P. Jackman, Trustee. Dated Jan. 1905. RECEIPTS. W'm. O'Keefe township fund tl.S-29.fiO additional road fund additional road fund, special school fund special school fund.. tnition fund surplus doe local tuition fund J.O" 5. 77 tuition fund 1.54.40 local tuition fund.... 2,578.50 election expenses 274.71 library fund 120.37 library fund lOl.Tfc W F. Youn. d'kt fees 4.5) Township assessor, dog tax Farmers for dogs, dog tax Trustee and school boards, transfers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 January 1905

THE PLYAlOUHIJRiBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 JANUARY. 1905 ßu Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 21 45 6 T 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o o o o O O Q Q O O O 27th. - W 5th. ) 13th. vJ 21st PAST AND PRESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALU CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Informatloa Gathered by the Fa w for tbe Enllghtentcsat of the Many. Chicago Court House Afire. Fire broke out on the top floor of the county building at Chicago, and for awhile destruction of the entire building seemed threatened. The flames, however, were confined to a portion of two upper floors and the roof. Court rooms were chiefly involved m the damage. Records, however, were safe in vaults. Smoke drove practically all occupants out of the county building and from the City Hall adjoining for a short time. Three painters at work in the county building were seriously burned in an explosion of their materials when the fire started. ' Greeks Massacred and Cremated....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 January 1905

- 4 tffttf TTTTfttf tf ttttttMMMMMMU Womrain) "Hie Mystery !!!! Bv HENRY HERMAN CHAPTEB X. Continued.) At the time when Walter and Adams were Inquiring for him at the r. Charles Hotel, Mr. RoJbert Berinqutj . waa seated in the first floor room of the Hotel de Pari. Ilia pale face was of a papery white, and a nervous twitch distorted his mouth from time to time. "I am afraid," he said, in hia slow, quiet voice, "I was very indiscreet this morning; but you can imagine my surprise when I saw the fellow standing before me I, who thought him dead years ago. You never reported to me that you knew all about him. That was unwise." "I would have had to make reports that would have filled books if I had wanted to inform you of everything that camt under my notice," aid Bernard Qnayle, who was sitting opposite him. "I don't think there is much harm done. lie has lost all memory through his accident, and I dare say he has by this time forgotten your question and all concerning it." Let os hope ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 January 1905

Tbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oaly Repablican Newspaper In the Coumty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE,- OFFICE Blssell Building Corner LaPorte and Center streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at tbe postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 19. 1905, MICHIGAN STREET FIRE The Fire Department Responded Quickly and Checked the Flames. What promised to be one of the most serious fires that has visited Plymouth for several years was that of Monday night vfhen the two frarce buildings owned bv Mrs. C.O.Smith and Mrs. Shakes on North Michigan street caught fire at 11:45 and were totally destroyed, entailing a loss of several thousand doliars partially covered by insurance. Mrs. Smith's building was occupied by Charles Wallace, oealer in musical instruments, sewing machines and agricultural implements, but Mr. Wa-1 lace succeeded iL saving a large amount of his stock, although a few organs several sewing machines and all of the farmin...

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