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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 February 1902

WIPE LÜe arc Headquarters for Wire and all kinds of the very best Hadujare JOHN V. ÄSTÜEV 8t SOU Ueadps in Good Goods, lioui Prices and tfonast LUeights. TZbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., Ffbruary 6, 1902. Advertisements o appear In THE TKIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. LOCAL NEWS Ed Salean spent Sunday in Denver. Dr. How went to Lakeville Monday. Dr. Preston was in Bourbon Tuesday. W. E. Bush spent Sunday in Elkhart. E. C. Smith spent Sunday in Elkhart. The Blue Ribbon club met Monday evening. Frank Tierce went to South Bend Monday. Mrs. Jane Hentz was improving Tuesdav. a O. B. I'orter was in South Bend Tuesday. Dr. A. C. HoizendoriT was at Lapaz Tuesday. The pension board met yesterday afternoon. Anthonv Miller has returned from South Bend. Prosper Ball has leturned from South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. J. "Wilson spent Sunday in A rgts. Jake Hansler went to "Walnut Saturday evening. Charles K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 February 1902

WAR TAXES ARE TO GO Bill for Their Repeal Ordered Prepared by the Ways and Means Committee. WIPES TEEM ALL OUT BUT ORE Rejoinder of Iicmly and Ilanna to Schley's Appeal House Passes the Census Bureau Dill Wahiu "ton Items. Washington, Jan. 31. The ways end means eon aiittoe. by unanimous vote yesterday, instructed Chairman Payne to prepare a bill repealing all the war revenue taxes except the tax on mixed Hour. The action taken was in the form cf a resolution to the effect that the hill should i rovido for the repeal of the remaining war taxes, to take effect ou July 1, 1V0'2, except SEUESO E. l'AYSE. that the repeal of the duty on tea should go into effect Jan. 1, 1003. The only division in committee was cn amendments proposed by Deruccratis members, lliehardson.. proposed an amendment to put trust-made articles on the free list. If feste! by I'arty Votes. This was defeated by a party vote, as 's as the arjendment of Robertson of Louisiana to continue the tax on "bucket shops." Xew...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 February 1902

TLbc Uribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., February fa, i902. Advertisements o appear In TUE TKIBDNE must be 1 before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that etk. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. 1 id Iktz is on the sick list. W. II. Gliint spent Sunday in Pitts burg. Miss Jiisie Cuuper spent Sunday Chicago. Hi Bert Bullock Tenntsce. has returned from Miss IXra Fogxl was at Bremen Thursduv. I). A. Bradley, of Culver, was iir town Thun day. Mrs. Fred Shi!t has returned from a visit at South Bend. Mrs. Minnie Beagles went to Tyner for a few days' visit. O. I. Switzer went to St. Louis for a few davs' visit. C. L. Andrew went to South Bend for a few days' visit. Circuit court adjourned Saturday tr, convene aain March 11. Mis May Ilougbton went to Lirwill fur a few dav visit. James E. Ilanes and Jerome A. Ball spent Sunday at South Bend. Miss Ummi Myers, of Lapnrte, is the guest of Mis Stella Reynolds. Miss Lola Lveily, w ho has been visiting at Warsaw, h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 February 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO FEB. 5, 1 902 A8 rCRISIHD BT CR ESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the countv. Abstracts of title to all real estate In MarhjtU county compiled promptly and accurately. Nathan M. Biker and wife warranty deed to Owen M. Unger X 1-2 of E 1-4 of S 23, T 34, K 3, consideration 81250. Amanda E. Artz and husband wacranty deed to Emily E. and "William Tl. Hoggs Und 1-2 of S 60 A of AY 1-2 of S W 1-4 of S 20, T 33, R 3, consideration $2000. Charles C. Vink and wife warranty deed to Gus. K. Peterson Vi 1-2 of X AY 1-4 of S 25, T 33. R 3; S E 1-4 of X W 1-4 of S '2.J, T 33, R 3 - S E 1-4 of X E 1-4 of S 20, T 33, R 3, consideration S10400. Elias Baer and wife to Asher Brunson S W 1-4 of X E 1-4 of S 20, T 33, R 3; X YV 1-4 of S E 1-4 of S 25, T 33, R 3: S W 1-4 of X W 1-4 of S 25, T 33, R 3; S E 1-4 of X E 1-4 of S 2(3, T 33, R 3, consideration $500. William C. Matchett and wife Q C D toClavton Grunt S E 1-4 of X E 1-4 of S 20. T $3, R 3, c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

P"rTJ ""S PH 10I ITH TRIBUNE. J 1 V 11 Vs ii JL JL 4i WEEKLY EDITION 'V3 VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1902. NO. 19 ': j .1 t i ' 5i - ) SMALL TOWNS Census Bulletin Shows Growing Prosperity of Cities of Less than 4000 COMPARE EAST AND WEST The Population in rianu Counties Has Grown More Rapidly During me Last Decade as Shown bu Tlqures rrom tMe Records. Washington, D. C. Feb. 10 The director of the census has made the following statement in regard to the increase of popula tion of places of less than -1,000 inhabitants east and west of the Mississippi River and the counties which have decreased in population: The increase of population in the States east of the Mississippi River was 18.7 between 1880 and 1890 and 19.2 between 1890 anal 1900. In the Sdme area the in-1 crease in urban population, mean ing thereby all places of more than 4,000 inhabitants, was 53.1 per cent between 1SS0 and 1890 and only 7.2 per cent between 1890 and 1900. Both of these statements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

TEbe TEtibune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGliBSBEB, Edito. telephone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. UVKKTl01N(i BATES will be made known on application. Entered the Poetoffiee at Plymouth. Ind.a9 second class mauei. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $M; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.delivered at any postofike. Plymouth, Ind., February 6, 1902. If the consolidation of railroad and steamship lines shall continue at the present rate, a system juss will soon be pood for a trip around the world. The work of Christianizing theWest Lilian islands will not be difficult to accomplish, as much more than onehalf of the inhabitants are said to be religious. The United States liberated Cuba and paid the cost, but cannot undertake to coddle the island at the expense of sound general principles of government. The young men flocking- into the republican party know the difference between played-out pol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

DANISH WEST INDIAN ISLES! Value and Importance of The New Possessions. .foreign Relations Committee Informs Senate of Their Strategic Position as Relates to ."Military and Commercfal Necessities in View! of Canal. Washington,. D. C, Feb. S The recent lavor'able report by the senate committee on foreign relations of the treaty for the cession of the islands of the Danish West Indies was accompanied by a written statement made by that committee to the senate. This report contains a small dia gram showing the location of the three islands and the positions relative to Porto Rico, and gives numerous facts relative to the! islands. It shows that during j the year-1900 the islands export- j ed to the United States suirar. i molasses, and - - uisuiieu JsUirilS' amounting to $."0S,945, and that during the same period the exportationsfrom the United States amounted to SGiM.CcVL The annexation of the islands was sought by the United States years, ago, and as far back as 1507 Denmark declined ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

Zbc TEtibune, Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telephone No. 27, OFFICE la Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. U3VIHTI8INQ BATES will be mads known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Iod.,ts second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: Oe Tfear m Advance f J.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.delivf red at any posloffke. Plymouth, tad., Febnary 13, 1902. REPUBLCAN CONVENTION Distnd Dtkpht to Meet m PJyccsih iebruary 26. 1902. The delegates for the Repuolkan State Convention, and the delegates for the Thirteenth (District Congressional Convention will be selected on Feb. 24th, in pursuance with call to be issued by the chairman of the respective counties in the district, and the tielegajes so selected to the district convention, will assemble in Plymouth on Wednesday Feb. 26th, at one o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating the candidate for congress. The county representation will be as lor.ows: Counties Elkha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

m CXlc arc Headquarters for Vire and all kinds of the very best Hardware JOHft V. ÄSTUEV & SOW IiadFS la Good Goods, Lieu; Pfltos and Honit Weights. Zbe TEtibune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymoith. Ind., February 13, 902. Adrertlsements to appear 1b THE TKIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to In are tnelr appearance io the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Lora Rish is visiting at Ilibtard. . Mrs. E. G. Cox is visiting relatives at Kentland. Miss Huff has gone to Argos for a visit of a few days. Miss Maggie Miller has secured a position in Chicago. Dr. Borton h?.s gone to Cleveland to remain until 'kiturday. The daintiness of Fox's "Forex" Butter Crackers is a proverb. Mr. C. Horn, of Valparaiso, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bergman. Mr. and Mrs. JosepL Swindell have returned from their visit at Kalamazoo. Miss Jennie Ponti jus has returned to South Bend after visiting Miss Dora Dickson. Mrs. George A. Williams was called to Chicago, on account of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

CONCERNING DANISH TREATY Its Provisions Made Public for First Time. The Present Sutject of me Danbh Crown in the Caribbean Sea are Arjv plij Protected fa their Allegiance and ag Choose ftrucrlcan GHzenMip or riot, Cich Tor Himself. Washington' D. C, Feb. 7 The treaty between the United States and Denmark for cession of tli9 Danish West Indian islands, which lias just been made public, provides among" other things, that Danish subjects residing in the islands may remain therein or remove therefrom at will; retaining !n either event all their rights of property, including the right to sell cr dispose of such property cr its proceedand in case they remain in the is - lands, they shall continue, until j Bend, were the principal speakotherwise provided, to enjoy all j ers. Both made strong pleas the private, municipal rights and for the reorganization of the par liberties secured to them by the laws row in force. If the present laws are altered the inhabitants shall not be placed in a le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

r Zhe Tribüne, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, lad., February 6, 1902. Advertisements o appear In THE TRIBUNE must be in before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance la the Issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Ray Bunnell was in town Friday. J. E. Turner went to South Bend today. Allie Diedrieh, of Bremen, was in town Friday. Ira Kreighhaum, of Tyner, was in town Friday. Frank Bradley, of Tyner, was in town Friday. Mrs. "William Martindale went to South Bend. U. Kensberge r, of Walkerton, was in town Friday. Mrs. Julia Acker lias une to Argos for a few days visit. L. II. Vanscoik has gone to Larwill fur medical treatment. T. W. Morrow, of Tyner, was in ti;is citv Fridav on business. Mrs. J. K. Marshall and son, Harold, have returned from Argos. Mrs. Catherine .Smith and daughter Beli bpevt the day at Argos Friday. Urs. L C. Murphy has returned from a business trip to South Bend. Misses Jennie and Eva Ilutchins have returned from a visit in In wood. I '.. II. Bonham wen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 February 1902

MONEV GOES Taft Says Living in the Philippines is Very High. PAY OF THE COMMISSIONERS Saloru of Convnlssloncrs ail Goes for Dtcrfalnncnt, Rents ai d Household . Necessities - Governor Toft Says mat Jn increase Should Be Mode. Washington, Feb. 11 In contibüing his statement concerning the Philippine islands before the senate commit ee, Gov. Taft said that the estimate for preliminaiy expenses in those islands must Include a considerable outlay for school buildings It was neces sary, he said, to make salaries from 20 to 25 per cent higher than in' the United States. In this "connection Senator Culberson mfader inquiries concerning the salaries and allowances of the commissioners of the archipelago, "Is each of the commissioners! paid 20,000r he asked. "No." was the repTy. "When we first went cnit the commissioners were each paid 810,000 and the 'cha:rrr.&n $12.000, and in addition there was an allowance of $5,500 to each for expenses; making the total 15.500 and $17500, re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

LYMOUTH BUN rs office MM . Recovers WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1902. NO- 20 TMP vi -t THE IRON TRADE Conservative Prices Improve Busintssand Aid AH Interests. SCHWAB HAS NEW PLANS England Thinks Our Steel Trut is an Cxfrcordinaru Sort of Octopus Because ir Docs riot Use its Power to Oppress But Sees betr-r Profits In a Steady Range of Prices and a Liberal Policu New York, Feb. IS Charles M. Schwab, president of the United States Steel corporation, returced from Europe Sunday on the St. Paul, after an absence of two months. While abroad he met some ot the crowned heads of Europe and the leaders of fi nance and industry in the countries he visited. In an interview Mr. Schwab said be had returned home imbued with the tremendous possibilities of the big steel trust as a factor in the world's trade. From ideas obtained from Europe's leaders in the commercial and financial spheres he has worked out farreaching plans for the development of the United...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

Ubc Tribune. Established Orlober 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Teiepnone No. 11 OFFICE in Bisscll Block. Comer Certer and Lapor t Street. UYKKT1S1NG BATES will b mad known on application. Entered the Poatoffice at Plymouth, Iod.,ras second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.5; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.dtMvered at any postoffice. Plynonth, Ind., February 20. 1902. Cuba has the chance to enter the United States and territory, and hat is one of the biggest concessions on earth. The anniversary of Lincoln's birth was celebrated m all the large cities north and south and orators in all sections eulogized the great war president. i It is well enough to make hay while the sun shines: but, adds the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Tost if there were no rainy weaMier there would beno hav to make. Prof. Pearson has resigned his chair at Northwestern university, and his resignation has been accepted. This U as i; ought to be, except that he s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

CHECK TO RUSSIA The Anglo-Japanese Alliance .Will Open' Eastern Markets. ' PRESERVES CHirm INTACT European Combinations are Weakened and England is Free for Action In Pers.a Pact of Interest to America. Washington, Feb. 13 The Anglo-Japanese alliance has profoundly shaken the diplomatic world and easily ranks as the most important event in this generation of politics in the eastern hemisphere. Its principal effect will be an ugly rent in the slowly expanding web of Russian diplomacy designed to entangle not only northern China but also central Asia down to the Persian gulf. Most of the London experts on j the far east declare that the compact absolutely guarantees eastern Asia against disturbing efforts to fracture the"status quo" and consequently opens freely to all nations the greatest industrial and commercial potentialities in the world. The United States, in the light of the Asiatic policy defined by Secretary Hay in July, 1900, is regarded as the moral ally of the Anglo Japane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

Übe tXribime. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnoue No. 27. OFFICE in BisseH Block. Corner Center ani Lapcrte Street. 4DVEBTI8ING BITES will be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Ted.,' second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance ti.y; Six Months 75 cents: Three Months 40 cents.deMvtred at any postoffice. Plyaouth, Ind., February 20t 1902. REPUBLCAN CONVENTION District Delejatas to Meet in Plymouth February 26.1902. The delegates for the Repuolican State Convention, and the delegates for the Thirteenth (District Congressional Convention will be -selected on Feb. 24th, in pursuance with call to be issued by the chairman of the lespective counties in the district, and the delegates so selected to the district convention, will assemble in Plymouth on Wednesday Feb. 26th. at one o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating- the candidate for congress. The county representation will be as follows: Counties El...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

i i 1 1 .- - H HE (He ore Headquarters for Wire and all kinds of the very best Harduiare JOH V. ÄSTÜEY & SOW Iiadrs to Good Gooda, Lioui Piis od Honaat Uialghta. Zbc TEdbune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plynooth, Ind.. February 20, 1902. Adrertlsements to appear In THE TKIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance in the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Shakes is spending this week in Chicago. Mrs. Charles Yangilder is reported on the sick list. Conrad Bergman has returned from a visit in Peru. Mr. Brown, operator at theVandalia, is on the sick list. Miss Frances Ilanes returned from a visit at South Bend. Sol Miller has resigned his position at Vanscoik?s livery barn. Orsa Maey has returned from a few days' visit at Greencastle. Mrs. D. Thomas went to South Bend to visit for a few days. E. II. Dunham is very ill at his home on South Thayer street. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seiders returned from a visit in South Bend. William Ilarris and famil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

PREDICTS AN ORIENT' WAR German Tourist Says Japan and Russia Will Soon Clash. Chicago, Feb. 15 "Before the end of six months there will be a war between Japan and Rus sia!" This prediction was made yesterday by Bertrand Giersten of Hiroshima, Japan, who is stopping at the Auditorium Annex. Mr. Giersten is the Japanese representative of a German banking-house, and is well-informed on political affairs of the Orient. 4 'Japan would have started war with Russsia two years ago had the government not been afraid of interference by the French fleet- At that time," said ,Mr. Gierston, "Russia had not advanced so far with its trans-Siberian railroad, a::d was not so strong on water as at present. Now, through the signing of the English treaty, which -was not possible then because England was lied up with the Boers, Japan feels strong en ugh to fight Rus sia, and can beat it on land or sea. Mr. Giersten left for Xew York last night, and will sail for Germany in a few days. SAFE BLOWING AT AV...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

XTbe XEttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., February 2 0, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBDE must be 1 before Tuesday noon to injure their appearance in the issue of thn week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Miles Pomeroy is on the sick list. Miss Maude Baker is visitinp- in Rochester. Mrs. Maude Snyder was a Chicago visitor Friday. Mrs. Dennie O'Brien was a Plymouth visitor today. Miss Pollie Eich went to South Bend to visit over Sunday. Miss Lora Rankert is visiting relatives at Kochester for a few days. Miss Xora Tripp, or South Bend, is the truest of Miss Bertha "Wrightley. Mrs. George Clabaugh went to Columbia City for a visit f several davs. Mrs. G. "W. Kuhn, of Port Huron, Michigan, is visiting Fred Kuhn and family. Miss King and Mrs. Davis have gone to Lima, Ohio, for a visit of several days. Mr. William Rensburg, of Cincinnati, is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Levi Lauer. Charles Kline of Bremen and Jeptha Eondurant of Bourbon were Plymouth visitors T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 February 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO FEB. 18, 1 902 AS FURMISFIED BT CRESSNKR & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the ooootj. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Uarhall count compiled promptly and accurately. Jacob Ruby and wife warranty deed to Rachel and Jasper Perry, lots 39 and 40 Pearson add In wood; consideration $300. Isaac B. Harley and wife warranty deed to John A. Harley, und J of e J or sw I of S 14, T 32, R 3; consideration $2000. Minerva G. Gould warranty deed to Daniel A. and Margaret Bradley, w 33J ft of lot 4 Toners add to Culver; consideration $20. George Shafer sr. and wife warranty deed to Eben Parish, sw of sw J and n J of se i of sw of S 5, T 3?, R 3; consideration $3000. Samuel P. Hendricks and wife warranty deed to Wra. Everly ne of nw i of S 3, T 33, U2: consideration $G00. Win. Schlosser and wife warranty deed to Fredrick Schlosser und of sw i of ne J and w 12 ft of nw of ne of S 18, T 32, R 4; consideration $G00. C. W. Maxon and wife warranty ...

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