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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 October 1901

Xlbe TWbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., October 24, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Kate Thomas has grone to Argos, to visit relatives. Mrs. R. Fellers went to South Bend to visit relatives yesterday. Mrs. i.n Schlosser went to Hamlet to visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cool went to Bourtxm to visit relatives "Wednesday. Mrs. Henry G. Thayer is visiting friends and relatives at Bourbon. Mr. and Mrs. J. "Wilson have gone to South Bend for a few davs visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Skillas went to Lakevihe to "visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Xetta "Whedan has returned from a long visit with relatives in Ft. "Wayne. Mrs. Margaret Miller went to Feru to visit her daughter. Mrs. D. Hock, of that citv. Mrs. O. Miller has gone to South Bend for a week's visit with relatives and friends. Rav Scott has returned to his home m in South Bend af...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 October 1901

PROSPECTS IN GRAIN MART Trading Dull Just Now With Firm Feeling for Future new Crop Held Beck la Anticipation of Detter Prices, Though World's Wheat Supolij Is Greater Than Last Year. New York, October 19 The week's developments in the grain markets appear to hold out the promise of higher prices. Dun's Review today says: Fluctuations in cereals 'were small, with markets dull and featureless, Corn receded a little farther, influenced unfavorably by the insignificant shipments from Atlantic ports, only 501,155 bushels for the week, compared with 2,799,887 last year, and 4,740, 253 in 1 899. W heat lost a little of the early gain, although declining prices a year ago make the difference smaller than it has been at any time this crop year. Foreign buying of Hour is still unsatisfactory, but the outgo of wheat is heavy; for the United States exports, flour included, amounting to 4,391,053 bushels, compared with 3,046,761 last year, and 4,255,706 two years ago. "Western receipts of 5,903...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 October 1901

CIRCUIT COURT NEWS BICYCLE TRUST A DAY OF DIVORCES. BUY ONLY THE Genuine Wilson fleatefs! n4nn ,wrrm feft HOCU TO TEUli THEMI They have no openings below the top to warp and get air; they are a double stove, full lined; they have a cast lid, not a sheetfiron one; every siove has the name "WILSON" on them. Beware of imitations. The only genuine Wilson Heaters in Plymouth are sold at bucks 6asp Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES. X -K-r-liLrf - Vi 4 4 l T 4 4 4 4 4 4 $ 4 TLbe Zürfbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to insure tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Osttber 24, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Miss Florence Webb went to Argos to visit over Sunday. Petite Rotzien, of West Garro street, is ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. C. Kinch went to Warsaw to visit relatives over Sunday. . Iden S. Romig, of South Bend, was a visitor in riymouth Saturday. . Mrs. Tda Smith. nhotoeraDher. went' ' J CD M. f to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 October 1901

TYÄEIl AWi VICIÜITY. Mtes Bessie Johnson sptnt Saturday and Sunday in Chicago. E. lt. Monroe and J. E. Johnson , were in ".Plymouth on business Tues- , day. . ... Mr. Luke, the U. B., minister ;mQ?ed into J. E. Johnson's house last week. Miss XellieGregg, of Bremen, visited over Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Johnson. Miss Edith Harris is visiting with her cousin, Mrs. Justin Myers at Teegarden this week. Misses Edna and Emm Yockey, of Plymouth, spent Sunday evening at Mr. and Mrs. John Xve's. Mrs. Vernon Kyle returned from Indianapolis Tuesday, where she had been visiting her brothers. Raymond, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monroe, died Sunday after an illness of onlr a few davs. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Luke at the house on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The body was laid at res! in the Tyner cemetery. Tyner, Oct. i'3, 1901. Dixon Lake. Joe Piferhas the foundation laid for a new barn. Miss Mabel Logan is teaching at the Liggett school. 0 Georg Lemler and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

i7feb01 ID) YMOU BUNE. WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER HI. 1901. NO. 4 ORIENTAL POTENTATE Mysterious Indian Who is Cominrj to Visit America. He Confounded London Witt Mb Magnificence ond Uncertain Identify A Dusku 5uite Including Cocto and Dancing Girls Aoneu Spent Uke Water. London, Oct. 23. "Prince Ranjit of Baluchistan," who to an unusual extent has succeeded in exciting and baffling London's curiosity, and who is variously described as an Indian potentate and a prince of Siam, sailed on Oct. 24 from Liverpool for Montreal on board the steamer Lake Simcoe, whence he is going to New York, accompanied by a dusky suite numbering twentyeight persons. He lived a fortnight, in all the splendor of oriental opulence, at a fashionable London horel, where he had dropped in unannounced and unconcernedly engaged twenty-three rooms. In spite of the publicity which such an arrival was bound to create, he has left England as much in the dark as to his identity as w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

TTbe Uribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. 1$ B. OGUBSBEB, Editor. Telepnoue No. -7. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center anJ Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any p ostoffice. iPIymcu;h, IrrJ., Center 31 1801. Metsker says in his cubby-hole paper that he is being talked about as a congressional candidate on the democratic ticket. We cannot tell whether this is an opening gun, or a mere feeler, or just a dig at Dan. The hardest job the Chicago Inter Ocean has ever tackled is that of interpreting the Schley hearing to Schley's disadvantage. At every step of the inquiry the old sea dog's triumph has increased until now it is complete and hisdetractors are confounded. Well may he sav of them as-he said of the Spaniards at Santiago, "Don'tjcheer, boys; the poor devils are dving." The annual farmers' institute will be held in Plymouth this winter and it is not too e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

NINETEEN DIE IN FIRE Incredibly Horrible Scenes in Philadelphia. Wcnien JumDed to Their Death, Hen Crushed by railing Walls, bodies Roasted on Tire Escapes, Dead and Dying Heaped In the Street. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 26 A fire in which the police say nineteen persons lost their lives and and many more were seriously perhaps fatally injured, occurred yesterday in the heart of the business sect on of the city. The nine-story building at 1219 and 1221 Market street, occupied by Hunt. Wilkinson & Co., upholsterers and furniture dealers, and two unoccupied buildings at 1223 aüd- 1225 Market street were destroyed. Many other buildings were damaged and the loss is estimated to be upward of $500,000. The fire is supposed to have been caused by an explosion of benzine or naphtha, which, with other materials used in the manufacture of furniture, was stored in the cellar. The flames shot up the elevator shaft and in less than five minutes every one of the nine floors of the struct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

TLbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. 5. B. OGLiESBEB, Bdito. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., October 31 1901. Sol Ilathaway, of the Indianapolis Independent, thinks the real question about- the famous dinner at the White House is whether chicken or 'possum was served. The agricultural crops of America this year are as a whole smaller than for years. That's providence. The value of those crops is the highest for years, in spite of increased foreign competition. That's republicanism. A few, a very few, moth-eaten back numbers of the democratic press are still keeping up the old cry of six years ago that there is no prosperity. There is not, in most cases, Tvith them, but there are some men whom rivers of gold would not make prosperous. Gratifying as was the performan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

. I For Steel and RAM (S ES t CALL Bu6lC6aHflar(iwar6 ! BEFORE PRICES THE LOWEST. XCbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TOE TRIBUNE must b in before Tuesday noon to Insure tneir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Octiber 31, 1901. LOCAL NEWS James Collins went to South Bend on business. Rev. Father Yenn went to South P.end on busines Tuesday. Miss Lulu Howard went to Argos to visit relatives. Mrs. Albert Chase went to Chicago to visit relatives. Mrs. Charles Alberts went to Bourbon to visit relatives Tuesdav. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Kretcher went to Chicago to visit relatives. Miss Vivian Weaver, of South Bend is in the citv visiting relatives, Mrs. J. M. Bowser went to South South Bend to visit relatives Tuesday. Mrs. Clara "Walters is visiting in the city, a guest of Mrs. P. F. Yockey. Miss pertha Carr has returned from South Bend, after visiting in that city. Mr. and Mrs. John Boss have returned from their visit with rela...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

A LITTLE EXPERIENCE AFTER MANY YEARS SAMAR IN FERMENT DEMOCRACY'S NEW ME DEFIED BANDITS POWERS CONVICTED FOR THE SECOND TIME What One Man Saw in a Day Showing Hearst's Disreputable Methods. A Plymouth gentleman who was in Chicajro last week for the first time in three years received an impressive les son in the up-to-date methods of boosting the circulation of Hearst's American. The gentleman referred to walked five squares on Adams street during the busy r.oon hour and heard twenty or thirty newsboy's crying that progressive (?) sheet with lung-tearing voices and every one of them called "Full account of the hor rible accident! Many lives lost in a street car collision on Milwaukee avenue!" At 6 o'clock the same gentleman was on Dearborn street in the down-town district and the newsboys were selling the American with cries of "All about the Czolgosz suicide in prison After the theatre in the our Plymouth man's cars evening were assailed with the shouts of dozens of urchins peddling...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

Zbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in TOE TKIBTJNE must be in before Tuesday noon to insure tnetr appearance Id the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind., Octiber 31, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Miss Julia Opp went to Chicago to visit relatives Friday. Mrs. James Kilmer went to Chicago to visit relatives today. Mr. and Mrs. "J. Hogue went to Indianapolis to visit relatives. Miss Edith Kendall has returned from a long visit at Larwill. Mr. and Mrs. John Ross went to South Bend to visit relatives. Mrs. E. Iletzner hxs returned from a long visit with relatives in Bourbon. II. II. Bonham has taken the oil business heretofore conducted by "VYm. Morrow. Mrs. R. C. Kloepfer has returned from Chicago, where she has been visiting relatives. Mrs. C. Hickman has returned from a long and pleasant visit with relatives at Culver. A hack load of Miner street ladies went to Bremen Thursday to visit Mrs. Lizzie Walters. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Burgener and family, of Donalds...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 October 1901

POINTS FOR REFORMERS HERE AND EVERYWHERE Josiah Flynt, in N. Y. Independent. Mj knowledge of reform in New York was gained some months ago, (luring a ten "weeks' investigation of the police and their collusion with protected crime and vice. It was by no means my first introduction to the police department we have been acquainted for several years but it was my maiden experience with a relorm movement. My interest in the experience was purely a professional one, my duty being merely to make a report concerning certain matters; but it was very instructive to work under the auspices that I did, and a number of now points of view were revealed to rue. The same ex-bank robber who heled me later in Philadelpia was also an assistant in the investigation in New York. When the investigation was finished wc had a talk about our finding, and in the course of the conversation I said to him something like this: . "You have looked over the city pretty carefully from two absolutely opposite sides....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

YMGU PTr RIBUNE WEEKLY EDITION. Recorders office ITfebOl VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1901. NO. nnTLJTTP PL i i i MANY SHIPS Notable Gathering of European War Vessels in Turkish Waters Greece, Russia, Italy and Great Britain Send neet5 to Observe Moemenrs of rranee In Her Hostile Demonstration Against the Sultan Expectations Tor Today. Paris, Nov. 4 Dispatches from Rome assert that the second division of the Italian Mediterranean squadron, which left for Turkish waters with the supposed object of counterbalancing the French naval demon stration, will join the first division, which has been cruising in the eastern Mediterranean for some time. It appears, also, that the Greek warships Psara, Hydra, Spetsai, and Eurotas are now at Smyrna, where is also the Russian Mediterranean squadron. It Is believed that the British squadron now at Piraeus, Greece, will be ordered to proceed to Beirut, Syria. M. Deleasse, minister of foreign affairs, telegraphed M. Bapst, counci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

ftbe Tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. CGliHSBHB, Bditoi. Teleplione No. 27. OFFICE tn Bissell Block. C rner Center and Laport Street. .. . SUBSCRIPTION: One YeT In Advance ti.y Six Months 75 cents; Thre Months 40 cents, de tivered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., November 7, 1901. Throughout the land the cry has gone up "Punish anarchy and yellow journalism." Anarchy is violence itself, hut yellow journalism incites to violence. "When dealing with tlie subject both must be considered. The yellow journal of the day is a menace to life and property and some way ought to be found to couple it with anarchy and stamp them both out. Philadelphia Inquirer. A wandering book dealer is offering a small stock at auction for a few day -in this city. The eagerness of people to rush into ibsurdities is shown by the fact that they actually bid higher prices for some of these books than local dealers are asking regularly in .the stores. -An unkn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

REVERSE British Suffer Heavy Loss in Fight With Burghers. N'ine Officers, Including a Colonel, and rmy-ekjnt Men Killed of d I GO Wounded In Desperate Encounter Tougnt InlEarly Aorninq Mists. London, Nov. 2. The Rusteuburg column, under Colonel G. Benson, has met with a serious reverse in the southeastern part of the Transvaal, in the area of Commandant General Botha's operations. Colonel Benson and eight other officers were killed and thirteen officers wounded, besides fifty-eight noncommissioned officers and men killed and 160 wounded. At an early hour this morning the war office issued two dispatches from General Kitchener, dated Pretoria, Nov. 1, the first of which states that "a severe attack was made on the rear guard of Benson's column about twenty miles northwest of Bethel near Brakenlaage, during a thick mist. The strength of the enemy is reported to have been 1.000. They rushed two guns with the rear guard, but it is uncertain whether they were able to re move them. I fear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

Zbe tlubune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H. B. OGLiHSBEB, BdltOV. Telepnone No. 127. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and , Laporte Street. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $i.y:; SU Month 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. , ! Entered the Tostoffice at Plymouth, Ind., as second class matter. Plymouth, Ind., November 7, 1901. Editor J. W. Surran has come into line and changed the name of the barren County Republican to the News. lie dislikes the political appellation for a newspaper. Richard Hardinsr Davis is indignant over something he finds in General Alger's book concerning his conduct at the battle before Santiago. This seems to indicate that Davis has read the book. AVho else read it? The suggestion of Schley's candi dacy lor president is interesting but not to be taken seriouslv. It shows the tendency of democrats to run after every fleeting fancy of the public mind and to appeal to passing fancy ins...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

Zbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure t&etr appearance In th issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind., Noverar.j7. J90I. LOCAL NEWS Culver's new rural mail route was started Friday. Mrs. Stella Helm went to Warsaw to visit over Sunday. Mrs. P. C. Powe went to South Bend to visit relatives for a week. Miss Ethel Mills went to Hamlet t. to visit relatives for a week. Mrs. C. J. Hush went to Lapaz to visit relatives over Sunday. Mrs. John Schlenker and children went to Culver to visit for a week. .Mrs. G. A. Edwards went to Donaldson to visit relatives over Sunday. Miss Lottie Haines went to South Bend to visit'relatives for a week. Mrs. S. M. Nash and children went to Logansport to stay for the winter. Julius Tascher and wife spent Sun day with Mrs. Tascher in this city. Mrs. Louis Benison went to Indianapolis to visit relatives for a week. Miss Maud Miller went to Chicago to visit r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

CUBAN ANNEXATION NOT A PARTY ISSUE (Detroit Tiibune.) Mr. Carmack, Tennessee's new senator, who is looked upon in Washington as a coming national leader of his party, is quoted as saying that the democrats of the south will make a tight for the annexation of Cuba, and that republicans will oppose it because they cannot ignore the claims of the sugar and tobacco trusts. This may be Mr. Carmack 's view of the case, and it mav be that some other Southern . senators agree with his opinion that, disregarding the Lcuisiana sugar planters, the interests of the south would be served by annexation. But the gentleman from Tennessee is very far from a thorough understanding of the situation, if he imagines that anything like a solid . south can be brought to the support of the proposition. Moreover, he is mistaken if he thinks annexation is likely to become a party question. He is unquestionably right in his conclusion that the sugar and tobacco interests will oppose anything that would bring ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

' " " ; For Steel and CALL - RANGES I f RiirJrQQhWPriwPß I k VUVH ÜUUÜIN IUI UVUUI U 4 BEFORE PRICES THE LOWEST. $ 4 4 4 T 4 4 4 4 XTbe Tfrfbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIBUNE must be it before Tuesday noon to insure tneir appearance in tbe issue of that neek. Plymouth. Ind., November 7, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Miss Xettie Laer went to Kourbon to visit relatives. Miss Bertha Clay went to Bourbon to visit relatives. Mrs. B. L. Logan went to Bourbon to visit a few days. Rev. McKinsey has installed a telephone at the parsonage. Mrs. M. C. Charleston went to Chicago to visit a few days, Mrs. Joseph Wheeler went to Donaldson to visit relatives. , Miss Margaret Singler went to Indianapolis to visit relatives. Mrs. L. A. Farman went to Chicago to visit relatives for a week. Mrs. John Grandson went to South Bend to visit relatives last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cooper have returned fiom their trip to Kansas City. Mrs. George Smith and children went...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 November 1901

, ii REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO NOV, 6 1901. A3 FCRSISHID BT , CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marshall count compiled promptly and accurately. Dollie Reynolds Q C D to William and Lena M Detwiler lots 77 & 85, and W 23 ft of lots 84 & 78, Corbin's Independence add riymouth. Consideration $1.00 Wm D Voreis, dec'd by adai'r, to Simon Ilatton, 13.25 A in S E cor of N W J of S 32, T 33, R 1. Consideration $331.25 John Blain and wife, and Gideon "W Blain, warranty deed, to Jefferson G Dunnuck-, S 40 A of N E J of S 35, T 35, R. 2. Consideration $1200 Albert G "Warren and wife, to John Blain, S 40 A of N E of S 35, T 25, .R2. Consideration $1.00 Elizabeth Duddleson, warranty deed to Alice E Dipert lot 4, Duddleson 's add. Consideration $60 Rosa A Snyder and husland, warranty deed to Edward O Berg and wife, lots 5 & 6, Croup & Coar's 1st add Inwood. Considera...

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