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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 13 March 1902

CXic arc Headquarters for Wire and all kinds of the very best Honduiare JOHT V. RSTÜEY & SOfl IiadFs in Good Goods, lioiu Pie and Honit Uilght. Zbc tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., March 13, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB 0iE must be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance in the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Sarah Culp is visiting relatives in Mishawaka. The robins and blue birds are here and spring is near. S. G. Mann went to Mishawaka for a visit of a fnw days. Mrs. W. II. Vangilder is the guest of relatives in South Bend. Attorney Uernettaa., of Rochester, is attending court in this city. Ex Postmaster Speyer, of . Culver, was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Johnlluba and Harry Langfeldt spent Sunday in Fort Wayne. II. R. "Weir, of South Bend, was the guest of Dr. Preston over Sunday. Miss Emma Protsman was home over Sunday. She teaches at Lapaz. Mrs. Charles Engenroad, of Goshen, is visiting her father near Donaldson. The fune...

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. — 13 March 1902

ALMOST A BILLION Great Britain's Expenses in Boer War are Mounting Up. A0RE HEEDED TO END WAR A GigaiOc Scheme UudeOken Z Expand the Army War Secretary Hints at Con scription to ODta"xi Recruits -CaMnet and Country Worried by the Strain. London, March 7The state ment made by Mr. Broderick, secretary of state for war, in the house of commons, last night in connection with the army esti mates, together with numerous articles in the March reviews, il lustrates how deeüly the Boer war has alTected the finances.mil itary policy and general political philosophy of the empire. The minister's of war's figures show that the cost of the strug gle now approaches $1,000,000, 000. Unofficial authorities esti mate that twice that sum will be required to finish the conquest of the republics. The outlook has driven a num ber of the greatest intellects in the country to prescribe free, trade and demand an imperial Zollverein as the only possible means of raising sufficient money for meeting foreign ...

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. — 13 March 1902

Zbe Tmbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, lid., March 6, 1902. Aavertlsements to appear in THE TRIB UTE must be I before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Robert Sand is thegiiest of relatives in South Bend. Miss Bessie Allman has returned from her visit inChicapu. Miss Emma Blain has returned from Grand Rapids and Milwaukee. Tom Himes and Themas Sponsler went to Nappanee Thursday morning. "Marconigrams" is the new word coined to designate wireless messages. Jesse Allman has returned from a business trip of several days in Chi cago. Mrs. W. II. Kollmar) and daughter wave rone to Knox to visit for a few davs. Mrs. Nettie Filson went to Fort Wayne Thursday where she will visit her son. T. J. Wininjrs left Thursdav after noon for an extended trip through Ill inois. Mrs. Marv Grace returned to her home in Ft. "Wayne after visiting in this city. A valuable horse belonging to John "Wolford died "Wednesday from being' over fed. Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 13 March 1902

ir .0 i i CANAL DELAYED Isthmian Canal Legislation Com pletely Arrested. Lack of Earnest Purpose to Meet Demands of Country May Cause Question to go . Over to Next Session. Washington, Mch. 10 Prog ress in isthmian canal legislation has again been completely arrest ed and there is more than a hint in the situation which has de veloped at Washington that the senators are beginning to think of letting the whole question go over to another session, It was plainly recognized as one of the most pressing duties of congress last December that a canal bill must be passed, but the senators are apparently as unwilling to agree on any definite plan as they were two years ago. The worst feature of the situation is that some ot them, if not posi tively bent on blocking any ef fective action, are evidently un willing to tolerate any measure which does not look to the adop tion of the particular route which they prefer. The whole attitude of the sen ate in this matter suggests that there is lack o...

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. — 20 March 1902

n .YMOUTH ID) WEEKLY EDITION. tiv VOLUME I PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, .MARCH 20. 1902. NO- 2i Ol BUNE 5 . i f v ' i 4 i 1 x BLOCKADED BY SNOW Great Storm Paralyzes Traffic in the Northwest. TEMPERATURE BELOW ZERO. Wind Blowi a Gale of Fifty Miles an Hour and Snow is Piled in Dri.ts Many feet Deep. St. Paul, Minn.. March 17 North Dakota and the Canadian northwest has experienced the worst snowstorm in many years, and railroad traffic is practically paralyzed. The Northern Pacif ic and Great Northern have not moved a wheel for nearly thirty six hours in the blizzard strickeD district, and have abandoned all a a "1 t a m enoris to ao so until me lury oi V .AAJ V The hio-h the storm abates. wind has piled the snow in moun- tainous drifts and racked it s solid masses: many deeo cuts be- msr entirely filled. The termor- " i attire has hopn frrndnniw faiiino. 0 j " and is now at or below the zero mark. vr 4.' i a nt. a t MTicrtrTit in nntn 1 tram has arrived in St. Paulsince Fri- I i j ....

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 20 March 1902

(Mit! Zbc tribune. Established October 10. 1931. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. I eieptioue No. Vi7. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. UVKHTlsälN RATES will be uu.de mown on application. Entered the Tostoffice at PIjn.ou .li. Ind.as second class mal ter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance 1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three .Months 40 cents. de livered at any postoff.ee. Plymouth, Ind., March 20. 1902. David P. Hill Is coming west this spring but he wil. i . be a guest on "NV. J. Ürvan's farm. Cecil Rhodes, vnc of the world's richest men, is dying without a child. By this time perhaps he is wondering what was the good of it all, anyway. The Iowa lcgilature has adopted a report indefinitely postponing the resolution for the submission of a con stitutional amendment for woman suffrage This puts a quietus en that movement in Iowa. "Billv" Bice, the minstrel who was buried at the expense of a charitable institution the other day, drew a sal ary of $1.000 a week in...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 20 March 1902

FAVORS NICARAGUA Senate Committe on Interoceanic Canals For Hepburn Bill. Figo, ef the Panama People Must Now Be Carried Into the Upper Home-Sentiment In Senate Said to Favor tke Nicaragua Route Further Delay Opposed. Washington, D. C, March 13 The Hepburn bill authorizing the President to construct the Nicaragua canal was agreed to by the senate committee on intero ceanic canuii yesterday afternoon and Senator Morgan will proba bly report that bill to the senate today. The voto on the bill stood 7 to 4. Those favoring the bill were Morgan of Alabama, Haw ley of Connecticut, Piatt of New York, Mitchell of Oregon, Harris of Kansas,Turner of Washington and Foster of Louisiana. Those opposing the bill were Hanna of Ohio.Pitchard of North Carolina, Milliard of Nebraska, and Kitt -redge of South Dakota. Senators Piatt. Hawley, Pitchard,Turner, and Foster were absent, but they had left instructions as to how their votes should be counted. The committee did not take ac tion on the report o...

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. — 20 March 1902

TEbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Teleptiuue No. -7. OFFICE, in Blssell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. 1DTKRTISING RATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Iod.as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In AJnce $.50; Six Months 75 cents;-Three Months 40 cents.de UvereJ at any postoffice. Plymo-jth, Ind., March 20, 1902. Prince Hcnrv lias readied 'fader land" safely and with pleasant mem- rrinc tf ti-ln tl-iT-ninrl i tvi rt rf tili great country. ; Congressmen Crumpaeker has out generated Speaker Henderson and the entire southern suffrage question is to beinestigated. a jtiiuTissr!i:iri i ..nuns 111 in; icwum- ; Inated on tberirst ballot, but Congress ! life and the result is in doubt. Two men of the old world who have ; won fame in opposite directions are ; ieDorted near to death's door. Cne is I Count Tolstoi, the Russian philan Vthroplst, poet and peasant, and the ; other Cecil Rhodes, the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 20 March 1902

Ol WIRE WIRE Ule are Headquarters for Wire and all kinds of the very best HaPdcuare ;OH?i V. flSTIiEV 8t SOft LtadP8 In Good Goods, Iioui Pfiees and Honcet Weights. i XCbe tribune. NDRICKS & CO., Publishers. lyraouth, Ind., March 20, 1902. 'lvertlsernents to appear in THE TKIB- mc.'t be iri before Tuesday noon to In- neir aDDtarauce in the issje of tha V LOCAL NEWS ss Martha Lonjr has one to Chi- fcr a visit of ten days. jinsr us a load of wood now, if vou to pay your subscript ion in wood. s. C. R. Leonard went to South i Tuesday to be the ffuest of rel- Vs. VS James Green has had her pen increased to. twelve dollars per ih. 'a. O. E. Acker has gone to Bour- ,or a few davs' visit with re it s. as is the equinoctial period when . t are more or less disturbances . 1 year. eph Hates, one of the oldest res- - 's of Elkhart died last Sundav ;92 years. . ;t. D. S. O'Brien was here Tues I She reports her husband's con 'i unchanged. U. Princess Ilahn, who was here end the funeral of Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 20 March 1902

EXPLOSION JARS. PERU Two Buildings Wrecked and Shock is Felt for Several Blocks. Several Persons Are Injured, One Fatally Deadly Natural Gas Asjain, Peru, lad., March 13 As the result of a natural gas explosion which shook the entire city as if by an earthquake, one man is dy ing and seven other persons are injured, three of them seriously. The victims include: FRANK KILEY, SR., cut. bruised and badly burned. and not expected to live. FRANK KILEY, JR., serious ly burned about the head and cut and bruised. MISS BRIDGET KILEY, hurt about the chest and head burned. JAMES KILEY, head cut and burned. MRS. JOHN HAYS, feet burn ed and body cut. Her baby also cut and bruised. MISS KATE CLARK, gash acruss the back. MISS JULIA SHOE, head and arms cut. The Hays family occupied the second floor of the brick building owned by George Tresh,with the lower floor tenanted by Newton Sarver, who operates a meat market. Mrs. Hays was awaken ed at 4 o'clock yesterday morning by an explosion, which blew ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 20 March 1902

TZbc TTtibune. . iEDRICKS & CO., Publishers, ' Plymouth, Ind., March 20, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB ,7NE nn:j,t be In before Tuesday noon to la jre tne'.r appearance la the l.-sue of ttaa LOCAL NEWS Mondav was St. Patrick's daw "in e morning." i -Mr. and Mrs. John Kuzmaul have yeturned from Chicago. ! Richard Brakel was taken to the isvlum at LonirclilT Thursday. ? Anna M. Timmas Ins .eciireil a , -iivoice trom Isa:ic W. Tbt-rnas. . Sam Riddle lias moved from tliz south part of this county t Roches ter. - Mrs. Louisa Barnes left tor South Rnd Thursday to he the truest of rei- jit I es. I Insurance companies have advanced Urates 25 per cent on all risks except 'dwellings. I Farmers say the mud has not been fc deep for manv vearsas it has been this week. The IMvmouth Democrat thinks , Charlie Hudson will probahly return !to Marshall countv. I The spring meeting of the Lr'gans ,'port presbytery will be held a" outh ; Bend, commencing April T. '; Misses Hona Davis. I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 20 March 1902

IViUSrUAH A HALT Veteran Editor Denounces One of the Most Dangerous of Modern - Tendencies. ANARCHY AND NEWSPAPERS It Is Necessary to Exalt the Standard of True Patriotism and Love of American Free Institutions in the Press of the Land. Following is the text of a paper read by Mr. C. W. Stivers, editor of the Liberty, Ind., Herald, before the Republican Editorial Association at Indianapolis, on the subject of "An archy and Newspapers": "The theme assigned to me for con sideration before this association is one of such pertinence to the times in which we live and the profession of newspaper editing that i approach Its consideration with no small degree of reluctance, lest I shall not rise to the requirements of the theme and your expectations as to discussing the subject. That there has been an archy in the newspapers of America needs no reiteration here. Within the past year we have witnessed one bt the results of anarchistic teaching, and the whole world stands aghast at the deed o...

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. — 27 March 1902

IN a,s2iewfc? &3;ff5-V-:.tiSaxi"-.,a T5ssatew;!a! wrrr-'i,?'. i-.- 4 YMOUTH Recorders oflIcc17fehPJL ,. J WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 27. 190. NO- 25 TRIBUNE 4 I 1 1 l! ALL, USE SUGAR Americans Pay Almost as Much For Sweets as For Bread. MOST OF IT IS IMPORTED $60,743,0C0 Collected la Dutlei ltt 1901-Nineteen-twentieths of Our Sugar Comes from Other Countries, Washington, D. C, March 24 Uncle Sam has a sweet tooth. He pays nearly as much for su ar and sweets as he does tor bread. That is one reason why the discussion of Cuban reciproc ity has centered about sugar. The per capita consumption of wheat and wheat flour in this country is given in the statistical abstract at 4.74 bushels per year, and the per capita consumption of sugar is sixty-eight pounds. The wheat flour consumed in this country is therefore worth about $3.80 per capita, and the sugar about $3.75 per capita. The point of. difference is that we raise and and export -wheat and -we imp...

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. — 27 March 1902

TLbc tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. feie plume No. ZS7, OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and La porte Street- U?BT181N(i ÜATEÖ will be mad knows on application. Entered the Povtoffice t.1 Piyoicuth. Ind.. as second clt 3 mt'.ter. SUBSCRIPTION: Or Year In Aivanc $1.30; Sis JWanths 75 cents;Three Months 40 cehts.de Itared al any pt stoffice. Plymouth, Ind., March 27, 1902. , - When Senators Allison and Spooner go against a party measure it is a safe guess that it is a good one to throw into the waste basket. People are beginning to ask what hasj become of the Neely trial. But those who read carefully know that the trial ended several days ago so far as the evidence is concerned and the Judges are now going over the evi dence before giving their decision. Harry S. New is mentioned as the possible successor of Towell Clay ton, ambassador to Mexico, in the event that a change is made. It is understood Mr. New indicated to his friends some ti...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 March 1902

GORMAN TO LEAD SIX RAILROADS ENJOINED TO PROTECT THE PRESIDENT MILES TO RETIRE CONDENSED STORIES. I I lie Quietly Takes Control of Democratic Machine. WILL RULE THE HOUSE ryaalsm to Keaaln Dead-Philippines Will Be Called Domes' li Territory. Washington, D. C, March 21 Ex-Senator and Senator-Elect Gorman of Maryland is quietly but effectually taking control of the democratic machinery, and shaping the policies of the party. He has pursuaded the house dem ocrats to unite in a howl against "the Crumpacker resolution for an investigation of election laws and constitutional restrictions of suf frage, and he is planning to take control of the democratic con gressional committee. The dem ocratic senators and representa tives selected as members of this committee will meet next week to elect a chairman They have not been agreed on that impor tant officer, but Gorman has sug gested a plan for a campaign committee and that is under con sideration. Ben Cable of Illinois, has been suggested for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 March 1902

ZEbe ZEvibune. ' EstabUstted October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissel! Block, Comer Center and Laporte Street. DVKB718INO BATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffiee at Plymouth. Ind.. at second class?matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance fi.50; Six Months 75 eents;iThree Months 40 cenu.de Mvered at any postoffiee. Plymouth, Ind., March 27. 1902. The census reports show that t'ie poultry products of this country sell for more money tuan the wheat, oats, and wool of the country. Iowa leads In the poultry business and Illinois comes second. "Jacob Joel, of Crawlordsville, was in town Monday interviewing the dele gates to the state convention. He is a candidate for state treasurer and has the indorsement of Montgomery and manv of the surrounding counties. He is a plain, common sense, honest ap peaiing gentleman and if nominated will no doubt make a good treasurer. The managers of the St. Louis Ex position are alarmed b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 March 1902

WlREWflRE CJJe arc Headquarters for Wire and all kinds of the very best Hardcuare JOHU V. ÄST LEY & SOW Iidp in Good Goods, tooxu PU nd fioncit ttlclgbts. Zbc Ztibwne. JENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., March 27, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIB UNE meat be 1 before Tuesday noon to In sure toetr appearance In the Issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. 'J.A.Miller, of Walnut town ship, spent Sunday with friends in this city. Mrs. Hugh Logan is reported seri ously ill at her at her home near Link ville. 0. I). Machlan has moved from South Bend to his farm east of Plym outh. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched. Some of the eggs might spoil. Sherman Mickey, of Warsaw, and Oliver Mickey, of Ilion were visiting here Monday. Mrs. Meister, of Wheeler. Ind., vis ited over Sunday with her sister Mrs. Osven Gallagher. Mrs. Halderman, of Twin Lakes, and Mrs. . DeBolt Kline, of Argos, went to Larwill Monday. Mis s Minnie Ilildebred, of Danville, 111., is the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 March 1902

A VEILED TIIÜEAT France and Russia Will De fend Their Joint Interests in Far East. THEIR REPLY TO ENGLAND Inimical Action of Other Powers or Re newed Disorders in Cnina Held a Possibility. St. Petersburg. March 20 The official messenger today prints the text of a Russo-French conjoint declaration, sent March 1G to the Austrmn. Belgium, Brit ish, American, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, and Jap anese governments. Tne declar- ation is as follows: "The allied Russo-French gov ernments are wholly pleased to discern that the Anglo-Japanese convention supports the essential principles which, according to the reiterated statement of France and Russia, constituted and still constitute the foundation of their policy. Both governments be lieve that the support of these principles is also a guaranty of their interests in the far East. "They are compelled, however not to lose from view the possi bly imimical action of other pow ers, or a repetition of disorders in China, possibly imp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 March 1902

TEbe ZEribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth. Ind., March i7, 1902. Advertisements to appear in TOE TKIB UNE meat be i before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearance in the issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Miss Bertha AVeigle is the guest of friends in South Bend for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hahn are the parents of a daughter born Thursday morning. Homer Bundy has moved his house hold goods from South Bend to Plym outh. A. C. Matchette, of Bourbon, has been a practicing physician for forty years. Congressman Landis was renomi nated at Kokomo on the first ballot Thursday. The Union Water and Light Co. have issued bonds on their plant at Bourbon. William Olwell has gone to Chicago for an extended visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Anna Haslanger is visiting her daughter, -Mrs. George Hahn, in South Bend. A marriage license bar. " en issued to Ezra Ilaa aged 30 and Minnie "Wil- cox aged 24. Charles Jackson and daughter, of near Rochester, were Plymouth visit ors "W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 March 1902

I O REAL ESTATE, TRANSFERS "TO MARCH 2.4-, 1 902 AS FCH SISHKD BY CKESSNEK & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of title t all real estate in Marh.tll county compiled promptly and accurately. Wm. Yaiser rmd Philip S. Alleman warranty deed to Charles L. Alleman und 1 of lot 21, part of -lot 22 orig Ilion und of lots 1. 2-5. ?,0 and lot adj Tippeeanoetown; consideration $2000. Richard A. Edwards and wife war ranty deed to Albert R. Wiekizer w i of sw 1-4 ot see 22 mrlex 2 a in sw cor; consideration $2SS3. Israelshafer and w ife warranty deed to lllrrm Shafer w . of s 30 a of e of j nw 1-4 of sec T 33. II 2: considera tion 27". Ida M. Klapp and wife warranty deed to Oscar Hassel of sw 1-4 of se 1-4 of seel, T 33, 111: Consideration $000. Rourbon Water & Light companv warranty deed to Union "Water Light Co. e 10 ft of nJ of lot 3 Jack sons add Rourlon: consideration $1. Owen M. Unger warranty deed to Alice S. Poland lot t Thayer 1st add Bourlon: cons...

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