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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDUICKS, Editor ud Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to Insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., August t, 190i. LOCAL NEWS Ina Shakes, of Bourbon, is visiting Bessie Vink. Josie Bergman, of Mishawaka, spent Sunday in rivmoutli. The Maxinkuckee assembly is open and the attendance is very gratifying. Brook Bowman, editor of the Bremen Enquirer, saw the elephant Mondav. Misses Mary and Minnie Kemps, of Argos, visited Lizzie Kruyer or the circus. The infant child of Frank Hammond is reported quite ill in "West Plymouth. George E. !Xearpass, editor of the Cuiver Herald, attended the circus here Monday. Louis Irwin and Donald Ettinger, of Bourbon, are the guests of Edgar and Faul Thayer. Frank Field yesterday sold his hack and baggage linetoOrman&Scott,who are now in possession. MissEva Smith, of Fly mouth is visiting the family of J. O. Mick. Goshen News-Times. - ' Mrs. Fran...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

9 Angus Corbly 's Captivity ? ? ? ? 9 C 9 C A Story of Early Indian Life Northwest of 9 BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. CIIAFTEU 7. THE BUFFALO IirT. (Continuation) It required but a few days fur Anj;iis to recover from his burns and bruises, during which time he remained in or near his wigwam and lecanic acquainted witfi but few of the villasers,and one afternocu early in September the chief Tullilu s called him to a group of the tribesmen and all gave him a close and silent inspection, at the close of which he was directed to take off his clothes and put on a breech-clout. This done tliTe young women were summoned and they led the bov bv the hand down the bank into the river until the water was well up toward their arms. The young women then laid hold of him and plunged him beneath the surface. three j far t0 ti,e West- and left the charming times, the tribe watching solemnly j bride'with her spirit husband. from the bank, and scrubbed him vig- Jndlans ycrv fond of orously from he...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor sad Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. llymouth. Ind.. Augusi U 1901. LOCAL NEWS James W. Thayer went to Warsaw Saturday. Mrs. Hoover of Culver was in town Saturday. Edwin Myer, "of Chicago, came home Saturday. Mrs. I). B. Hartman and sons, Paul and Albert went to Warsaw Saturday. George Taul moved to his former residence on East Garro street this week. Sidney Walters returned Friday from South Bend, where he has been visiting. Mrs. Joe Clifford went toValparaiso Saturday to visit with friends for a couple of w eeks. Mrs. Sadie Nation and son John, who have been visiting in Michigan, returned Saturday. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Frelsong and children returned from Koarm today. Harry Sendell accompanied them. Corinne Kramer, of Chicago,arrived here Satuiday to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Myer. Joseph Hendricks left for Kokomo Sunday, whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

Ho Rpptlt Suggests (groceries Wbleti Suggest IAC0X Pbon 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Tmiue Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. hlio.iuuiii. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS of all Kinds Now on Tap at The When Grocery. Don't Walk Around when you can buy a Good Bicycle for little money slIt Firestone's Harness Shop. TRY THE kittle A hand-made cigar with two sprigs of Havana through it for 5c. J. H. ELtlilS The Famous Eerghoff leer on draught or in bottle at John C. Ifahn's Sample Room, 105 N. Michigan St. US ALL KINDS Furniture, Buggies, Etc., by an expertat Ringgenberg & Gullison. Tie Republican is tie Best F::r . in .the 'G3ty. in 1 CORRESPONDENCE TYXKU AND VICINITY. Walter Davis, of Teegardcn, is here working in the Pickle factory. Mr. A. Fink and family moved into Mrs. Bank's house last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

o A. oiicao "office nfcbOl. Recorders VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1901. NO. U Plymo Rep V - 4 , LABOR AND 6APIT0L JOIN ISSUE THE CHALLEMGE. "it will be a flghi to the finish. No quarter will be given. We ore prepared to spend gK the money and time necessary to wipe out then a!garmted association in all our mills." Message to steel company officials at Plttslxjrg. to to to 0 i BITTER WAR TO THE FINISH, WITH NO QUARTER, NOW ON AND UNIONISM IS AT STAKE. Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 4. "Within a week every union man and every union man at heart in the employ of the United States Steel corporation will be asked to join in.tho strike now being waged by the Amalgamated association. "Ye must settle whether union labor is to stand or fall. 'There will be no more conferences with the United States Steel corporation unless the meeting is asked for by the officials of that corporation. The Amalgamated association will not request a peace meeting," These and several other significa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

The Republican. (tm.o. hkxdricksC ' Cdltor and Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postofiice. Plymouth Ind., August 8, 1901. The old reliable Plymouth Republican recently celebrated its 50th anniversary by enlarging- and donning a handsome new "dress," TriE KeruBUCAX is the direct descendent of the Plymouth Yot; established in 1S1 and the first paper established in Marshall county. "NYm. G. Hendricks, the present editor and proprietor, is making a hfjrh'y creditable paper. Mishawaka Enterprise. It would be well to look carefully to all iron bridges during these strenuous times, says the South Kcd Tribune. The heat has a wonderful effect on iron. It caused the breaLasre of some of the supports of th great Brooklyn bridge and travel over this immense structure was stopped for seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

TRAIN ROBBERS HOLD UP EXPRESS Baggage Car Dynamited by Four Men Train Crew Terrorized by Bandits and Passengers Subdued by Pistoi Shots No One Hurt. Chicago, 111.. Aug., 1. Four masked men held up the New York and Chicago express train on the Bait more and Ohio railroad at Call: met Heights at 8 o'clock last ni-ht. They secured no cash. They blew open one of the baggage cars, thinking it the express cai terroriz2d the trainmen and pas-cngers by shooting, and escaped in the scrub oak to the west, going toward Tracy, Ind. A special train bearing policeman under command of Captain Shippy left South Chicago at 1 o'clock this morning for the scene of the robbery. The attempt at train robbery is one of the boldest on record. 'There is little doubt it would have been successful had there been av safe in the baggage car, as the robbers expected. The train was brought to a stop by the swinging of a red light across the tracks. It was a lonely place with open prairie studded here and there wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

The Republican. ' WM. O. HENDRICKS, iltor and frwprletor. OFFICE in Bissell Biock. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered a: the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office ai Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered it any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 8, 1901. " Hi Yen 't men as gcxxl right to join unions as corporations have to form combinations?" is one of the questions now being asked which needs no answer, and it may be added suggests the-Indianapolis Journal, that men should have the right to remain out of unions if they prefer in a free count rj, and find employment and not be inteifered with in it. General Reub AVilliams, the venerable editor of the Warsaw Times, has yielded to the persuasion of friends and joined the little coterie of journalistic historians, thus following the example recently set by Editor Powell, of the Laporte Republican. General "Williams has taken up, in his most genial style, the n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

The Republican. WM. G. HENDRICKS, Editor aad Proprietor. ' Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd.m August 8, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Fred Haggard who -visited friends here returned to Valparaiso Monday. Pete Bergman, of Fem, is spending his vacation in Plymouth. Harry "Wiltfong, of Chicago, is in town visiting friends and relatives. C. II. AVilcox and J. A. Yockey are having itraent sidewalks put down. Peter -Richard is spending a week with his son and daughters near Mouterey. Mrs. C. E. Shoemaker, of Cando, X. I)., is visiting her uncle, Dr. Eley, in this city. Miss Olive Francisco returned to Logan, Ohio, Tuesday, where she attends school. I. G. Roberts, Mary Roberts and Rose Jordan left for Butte. City, Montana Tuesday. Mrs. "Walkenberg and daughter Hazel, of Tlicksville, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. C. I). Keyser. Mrs. Oscar Baker, of Hartford, Mich., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

Angus Sorbly 9 C A Story of Early Indian Life and Northwest of the ' BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. CIIAITER 7. THE BUFFALO HUNT. (Continuation) T lihas led his little party, as little encumbered with baggage as was possible, into the depths of the richly glowingOctober forest,the crimson and golden plumage of the foliage, burned by the autumnal sun, reflected its brilliant colors upon the dark bosom of the river and the sharp, clear air was full of vigor and exhilaration. The first day no game was killed and they made their supper of green corn, a small supply of which they had with them, but from that time the hunting was pursued in earnest and the woods teemed with game. Angus and two Indian boys gathered nuts in the woods and wild plums aloL? the banks of the numerous little Brooks and there were plenty of black haws and paw-paws to be had for the picking. The wild terries had disappeared before the hunt began. " , Sometimes Angus was permitted to , carry a gun, being a good ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

The Republican. "WM. O. 11 ENDKICKS, Editor and Proprietor. 4v:!rdsements to appear In THE REPUBLICAN must be In before Tuesday . noon to Insure heir appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd. August 8, 1901 LOCAL NEWS A. II. Zilmer went to Hartford City Saturday morning. Miss Grace Lemler went to Columbia City Saturday. . M. L. Ilelpman came down from Chicago to remain over Sunday. Miss Trellah Logan went to Culver today to spend Sunday with friends. Miss Dottell Van Liew, of Lakeville, has Leen visiting friends here. Dora Fogle pleasantly entertained a company of young people Friday evening. 'Bob" Smith and "Joe" Anders, of Peru, will encamp at Pretty Lake for a week. Miss Alma Wort returned to her home atBremenSaturday,after visiting Miss Gertrude Peterson. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Raub, who have been visiting the family of Dr. J a W. Smith, went to Ft. Wayne Saturday. Miss Neva Ellis went to Ke wanna Saturday, where she will be the guest of Fay McFearson and Lucile Lighter. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 August 1901

fln npptlt Suggests (groceries Whlsb Suggests JAEOX fihoot 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Tmine Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. Mis.ii.uin SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEM A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS of all Kinds Now on Tap at The When Grocery. Don't Walk Around when you can buy a Good Bicycle for little money Sit Firestone's Harness Shop. TJY THE Little Mascot A hand-made cigar with two sprigs of Havam through it for 5c. J. E. EüLilS Maker. The Famous Hoff on draught or in bottle at John C. Ifahn's Sample floom, 105 N. Uichigan St. ALL KINDS Furniture, Buggies, Etc., by an expert at Ringgenberg & Gullison. Tie Republican is the Best Pcr in tiio County. CORRESPONDENCE DIXOH L.AKJE HIPPL.ES. Steward Hughes and family visited at Henry Price's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. McCrory spent Sunday at Mr. James Logan. Miss Grace Lemler has gone to Col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

D) VI o Uecorders office llfebOl VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. 1901. NO. 39 STREET CAR GREAT GOLD ROBBERY IN BALLOON NO STRIKE YACHT RACES LAWTON OIL hi Reo b icania 1 7 MADE SCENE OF SENSATIONAL ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE. . Passengers Panic Srrkken and Women ralr.t When Unknown Man, Standing on Scat, Snoots Himself In Chicago Tunnel. Chicago, Aug. 13. Standing on a seat in a crowded Blue Is land avenue cable train, as it descended the Van, Buren street tunnel last evening, a welldressed man took a revolver from his coat pocket and fired a bullet through his left temple. Passengers were panic-stricken and jumped from the cars. Several "women fainted. The train -was brought to a standstill in the center of the tunnel, and the unconscious man was carried by the conductor and a citizen to the west approach of the tunnel. The ambulance of the Desplaines street police station hurried him to the county hospital and the attending physicians stated that the man would die. .Mys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Cdltor ! Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissel! Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Oas Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 15, 1901. STALWART REPUBLICANS . The work of tlie Iowa state conven tion must be viewed with satisfaction by loyal and thinking republicans all over the nation. It nominated strong and clean men for the various state oftlces. Its platform is a clear-cut, progressive statement of republican principles. The convention justly congratulated congress upon its currency legislation and upon its dealings with Porto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines. "The policy of this government toward the islands," it said, "has followed inevitably upon our expulsion of the authority of Spain. It has been dictated by the conditions present, has been consistent with the spirit of the constitution...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

FUNERAL OF AN EMPRESS ON TUESDAY DEFINITE ARRANGEMENTS FOR TME OBSEQUIES OF THE GERMAN DOWAGER ANNOUNCED. Description or Her Last Movements !r LI re -The Emperor Gives Minute Instructions gs to timing, Private .'Social Affairs cul -Xiblic ftmusemente In Germany. Berlin, Aug. 8. It has been definitely decided that the funeral of the Dowager Empress Frederick will take place .Tuesday next, Aug. 13. The -remains will be deposited h .he Frieden's Kirche mause- jum near Potsdam. Some comment has been made in the press upon the fact that but few details of the last movements of Dowager Empress Frederick have been given to the public The Frankfurter Zietung now prints the following particulars: Emperor William and the empress were at the bedside from 5:30 a. m. until the end. Frequently the emperor held his mother's hand warmly . clasped. She was fully conscious until noon and suffering great agony. Then she gradually became unconscious. Soon after G p. m. the physicians gave a sign that d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Kdlior ana Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 15, 1901. The Plymouth Republican is attired in a new dress of large-faced type and presents a very neat appearance. Knox Crescent. WILL STAY WITH THE MACHINE After letting out numerous long and implacable "hollers" about the unpardonable iniquity of the Ohio democratic convention, the squeal in one issue alone of The Democrat measuring up four feet of editorial type, Dan McDonald has concluded to accept the same inevitable platform declarations in Indiana. "We are no bolter," he exclaims, fand do not countenance the action of those composing the convention," meaning the convention of Bryan democrats who hold the same belief as he does and whom he stigmatizes as bolt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

The Republican. WM. G. HENDRICKS, . Edltor ad Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB-. LICAN must be In before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd. August 15, 190i. . LOCAL NEWS E. C. Martlndale went to Greenfield Sunday to visit relatives. Teter Berg-jnan returned Monday to his home at Tern. Miss Blanche Tamer spent Sunday in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Kitchey, of Donaldson, were in our city Tuesday. AVm. Cooper and wife left Sunday for York, Xorth Dakota, for a few months. Miss Louie Vanlue went to Indianapolis Monday to visit a week with riends in th at citv. Mrs. Caroline Tibbetts has gone to South Bend to spend a time with her son, Dr. Montgomery. Miss Bessie Wrightsman v ent to South Eend Monday to enter upon a positi m that is open to -let. The Disher & Martin grocery stock will be sold Aug. 26 by E. C. Martindale, the trustee in bankruptcy. Mrs. W. II. Love is at Mentone this week at the bedside of her brother...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

9 - (J I Angus Cörbly's. Captivity? ? s S , 2 V A Story of Early Indian Life and Adventure in theTerritoiy V !j Northwest of the Ohio River, c ; 2 5 c J BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. J Chapter 8. THE HUNTING SEASON. (Continuation) On such an occasion Tullihas and two ot three with htm, among them Angus, found a large elm bearing the unmistakable scratches but there was no sapling near enough to reach the hole, which was about forty feet from the ground, except a tree that leaned tJie wrong way. Perceiving no means of getting this particular bear the hunters were about to leave him in peaco, but Angus formed a plan and ran eagerly to put it in motion. He found a long, slender pole; near its small cud he fastened 'a small forked branch so as to make a sort, of hook and at the end he tied a piece of dry, rotting wood which would smoulder like punk; and to his bell he attached a quantity of dry wood and some dry leaves. He then set the punk on fire, and climbed the sapling, passing hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

The Republican. WM. G. HEJfDÄlCKS, Cdltor ad Proprltor. Advertisements to appear In THE REPUB LICAN must be in before Tuesday nooi to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, fnd.t August 5, 190. LOCAL NEWS M. L. Helpman came home from Chicago to spend .Sunday. Mrs. John Blain left Saturday to visit hcv sister in Benton Harbor. Wm. Kendall and daughters, Mary and Edith, spent Sunday in Indianapolis. Mr. Amasa Thomas of Mishawaka is visiting friends in this-, city for a few da vs. Mr Kaff Thrimnji of this Htv is visiting her sister, Mrs. Talbot, of 7 " J I I South Bend. Chloe and Vhl Butler left Saturdav morning for Elkhart to visit relatives for a few davs. TT . , T i ....,. iiaruui iaeue, oi vuimgu, is wmiing his grandmother, Mrs. John McColl, of this city. Harry DeMoss, who is working in Mishawaka, is home visiting his par ents for a few davs. Mrs. S. W. Jackson and Mrs. E. Walbridore left Saturday to visi trelatives at Home Citv. James Rune, who has been visiti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 August 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. ;' mwuoo Aim vicisity. Inwpod is thirsty again. (The. old lady Larue is sick. 3Jrr.: Scheckle has been indisposed for a few days. Miss Grace York visited at Plymouth' Saturday. Erastus Mathewson went te Warsaw on business Wednesday. Mrk Zimmerman, east of town has been quite ill for some time. Miss Bessie Johnson is spending a few days with her mother of this place.' A party of eight ladies from this place visited with friends at South Bend last Weduesday and Thursday. E. It. Warne returned from the oratorical contest at Rome City Ind., Wednesday. While Mr. Warne was unsuccessful we are glad to relate that the decision rested between him and the lady whom it was finally awarded. lnwood, Aug. 14, 1901. Mothers of good judgement and experience give their little ones Rocky fountain Tea this month, keeps them welt. 35c. Made by Madison Medicine Oo. J. W. Hess. AftUCS TWIXkLIIOUS. liaod Ooncert Thursday evening. Yank Barr is still on the sick list. IJall game here Thursda...

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