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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

nmi mm in nuntmnni inm m! mnt unnf ti Tin m mir I For Gasoline Stoves YOU SHOULD BUY I TLe Original j I New Process H CALL AND SEE THEM j 1 Buck's Cash Hardware S i-eader In Low Prices. aiuuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiuiitiiiiauiuiiuuui Ubc tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., May 22, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TUE TKIBCNE meat be In before 'Tuesday noon to inare tneir appearance in the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS "Hot as summt," is wbateverybodv is saying. "William Bollman was home from Knox over Sunday. Mr. anders. Monroe Steiner spent Sunday at "NValkerton. Miss Frances Grabe has gone to Argos for a visit of s?verai days. The Presbyterian, church was crowded to hear and see the illustrated lecture Sunday eveningLouis Allman has returned to Chicago after a -visit of a few days with bis parents in this city. Monday was a record breaker for the !9th'Of May.. The mercury registered 88 degrees .in the shade. Mrs. James O'Louden, of Union t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

THE MONUMENT IS DEDICATED Indiana's Battle Shaft Commemorates Deeds of Soldiers and Sailors. JOHN W. FOSTER THE ORATOR Fifty Thousand Attend and the Grand Army, Gen. Lew Wallace and James Whitcomb tylty Participate, Indianapolis, May 16. Former Secretary of State John W. Foster was the principal orator here yesterday at the dedication of the Indiana state soldiers and sailors' monument. An audience of more than 50,000 people made the occasion a notable one. The corner-stone of the monu ment was laid'in 18S9 in the pres e:ice of Benjamin Harrison and his cabinet. The monument stands 234 feet high, in the cen ter of Monument place, which is the heart of Indianapolis. The total cost of the monument was 503,318.76. The shaft was designed by Bruno Schmitz of Berlin and is constructed of Indiana oolitic limestone. The crowninsr feat ure is a bronze statue of "Victo ry." The shaft is decorated by army "arid navy astragals in bronze, and by large stone groups of ''Peace" and 'War." The balc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

(DOVER PLOW THE Genuine Mo. 40 Oliver Points, only 25c ! V. AST Leaders in Good Goods, Low ftbe Xftrtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., May 22, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TOE TRIBÜNE mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance in tbe iss ue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS The "spirit of '76" is in the G. A. K. Witness its official resolutions. Just as in the sixties the soldiers of that war stand by the administration. Rev. J. E. Hartman will deliver the Decoration Day addresses in Plymouth. Charley Corbin, who has been quite ill for several days is reported no better. Upton Stansbury says there was quite a heavy frost after the 20th of May last year. Seventy-five saloon keepers have been indicted at Evansville for operating slot machines. ' The family of R. B. Oglesbee have moved to Laporte. Their goods were shipped several days ago. Mrs. F. G. Smith, of South Bend, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keim K. Brooke, in this city. Mrs. J. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO MAY 20, 1 902 . . AS rrpSISHED BT CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstract." of title to all real estate tn Marball county compiled promptly and accurately. . JotinN "Wilson and wife, etal warranty deed to James A Alford, lot 84. riymouth Improvement Co add Plymouth; $315, Christian Schroder, warranty deed to Peter Kuntz lots 1 $ 2, Kuntz's add Bremen; $1400. Lenora Kloepfer and husband, warranty deed to Robert and Lizzie 13 Merchant, lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 31, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27' 28 ; Corbin's svb div of out lots 13, 14 & 15, Merrill's add Plymouth; $750. Chas P Drummond and wife, warranty deed to Albert B "Wickizer, neq of nwq of sec 8, T 32, E 3; $1000. Margaret A Rhodes and husband, warranty deed to Joshua K and Elizabeth Mow, loc 20, orig Illion; $300. Mary E Clark and husband, warrant? deed to Albert Morris, n 2i rds of s 124 rds of neq of swq of sec 26, T 35, E 2; $35. Jane O Eailsback...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

"IT'S 'HTE PLYMOUTH BUNE j5( ' WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1902. NO. U 1 V j i ? -,. 4 it ' ! : 1 I v ST. PIERRE WORSE THAM POMPEII Profcsor Hovcy Reports That Destruction and Desolation Are more Complete. PEOPLE WERE ASPHYXIATED Fire Followed a Tornado of Suffocating Gas How the Mud Was Formed. New York, May 27. E. O. Hovey, assistant curator of the American Museum of Natural History, who weut to Martinique on the cruiser Dixie to examine the volcanic phenomena, cables the Herald from Castries, St. Lucia: "St. Pierre can only be compared to Pompeii. The devastation and desolation are even worse. "It is evident that a tornado of suffocating gas wrecked the city, asphyxiated the people and fire then completed the ruin. "This confirms the story that asphyxiation of the inhabitants preceded the burning of the city,1 the gas being sulphurated hydrogen, lighted by lightning, or the fires in the city. The same tornado drove the ships in the roadstead to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

TEbe TEribune. Established OcK'twr 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Tel ep none No. 27. OFFICE In Bissen Block, Corner Center and LaporteStrect. aDVEBTIBING BATES wUl be mad known on application. Entered trie Pus t office at Plymouth. Ind.. at eeobd class maiter. SUBSCRIPTION: One; Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents;5Three Months 40 cents.de llvered at any postoffice. Plynonth, Ind., May 29. 1902. Harry Ilerff, of Peru, son of Jerome Ilerfif, the democratic politician, will be editor and manager of the Boyd Park News, a weekly publication soon to enter the newspaper field in Miami county. Every reason exists for the belief that peace in South Africa is practically assured,although nc official information is given out. The delay is technical, Boers and British have decided to end the long war. The new Commissioner of Pensions. AVare, has entered upon the duties of his office. If he succeeds in administering the affairs of that office without friction for twe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

IN HONOR OF DEAD Monument to Those Who Fell in the War of I8Q8. ACCEPTED BY THE PRESIDENT Who Spoke of the Nation's Great Work in Freeing Cuba, and of the Fulfilment of Pledges Made to , the People. ' Washington, May 22 President Roosevelt yesterday unveiled the memorial shaft erected at Arlington by the National Society cf Colonial Dames in memory of the veterans who fell in the recent struggle between Spain and the United States Around the platform an immense crowd gathered, among whom were many who saw service in Cuba, Porto Rica, and the Philippines. The ceremonies were in charge of Maj. Gen. John R. Brooke, commander of the department of the east, the military establishment being represented by a batallio-n of engineers, a batallion of marines, light battery Fourth Artillery, two squadrons of the Second Cavalry and over 500 veterans of the SpanishAmerican war. The services bejran with the playing of the "Dead March from Saul," followed by a surpliced choir singing . 'Onward. Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

: Zbe TTrtbune. EtUblUhed October 10. 1901. , . HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. -7. OFFICE la Isscll Block, Corner Center and LaporteStreet. vUVlcttTISINO BATES will be made known on application. Katertd tbe Postoffice at.Pljrmoutb. Ind.'.Ias second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One: Year In Advance $1.50; Six Month 7$ cents;Three Months 40 cents.deUvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., May 29. 1902. The loss oflife in the Coal Creek mines in British Columbia is greater than was first reported. It is now estimated that 150 to 165 persons were killed. The condition of Mt.-Pelee remains unchanged, other volcanos are also active and a volcanic out-brea is reported in Portugal. There seems to be some sort of connection of volcanic regions in every part of the world. A dispatch from Marti nque says 'utter and unreasoning fear possesses all souls." The word "unreasoning" is not well chosen. Under such circumstances it is the height of logical judgment to get out of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

mmnpnimmninnnmmmminin'mmfnmmmnnng I Bug Season is Here j Ü Now is the time for 2 pray g: Paris Green-Bug Finish f The Bjst the Market Affords. 3 1 Buck's Gash Hardware j Leader In Low Prices. 2 PjaiiiaüUUUllliiUüilllllliiilillllllilillliliüUllÜililÜilliül Zhe XTribune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind.. May 29, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TUE TKIBUNE mnat be 1 before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance in the issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS South Fend beat Bremen by a score of 6 to 5. It was a good game of ball. Orva Apple, of Inwood, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this city. The Bourbon schools have closed and Miss Carrie Boss is home for vacation. Mrs. Allerton went to Larwill on Monday to take treatment at the sanitarium. Miss Carrie Brooke was home over Sunday, returning" to Fort Wayne Monday forenoon. Clarence Miller spent Sunday with his wife at South Bend who is sick with typhoid fever. C. A Glingle and family, of Bourbon, visited over ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

BIG SOFT COAL TRUST FORMED All Eastesn and Western Mines Combined Under One Management. MORGAN BACK OF SCHEME Indiana ard Illinois Soft Coal Plants Will Be Forced Into the Combine. Chicago, May 23 Negotiations which, if completed, will combine all the soft coal "mines of Pennsylvania, "West Virginia, Indiana and Illinois under the management of a single corporation, with a capital approximat ing 300.000,000, are under way in Chicago. J. Pierpont Morgan the organizer of the anthracite coal trust, is said to be the financial power behind the bituminous coal trust in process of formation and Jahn S. Bays of Sullivan, Ind., is carrying on the negotiations for the purchase of the Illinois and Indiana mines. Operations are being quietly secured at prices which it is thought will be acceptable to the promoters of the trust. The plan it eludes 117 mines in Indiana, and 150 mines in Illinois, practically all of the productive mines in the two States. - The capital for the proposed deal is in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

THE OLIVER PLOW Genuine No. 40 Oliver Points, only 25c JOHN V. AST LEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. Zbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind.. May 29, 1902. Advertisements to appear Ji TUE TKIBCNE mot he i before Tuesday nnon to Insure tntrir appearauve io the Issue of tba ee' . LOCAL NWS R. C. Hullatid, of Chicago, is visiting Captain Cooper and John Biain. George Neil was called to Auburn, Ind., by the death of his brother. Republicans should do some thinkin,nomlnate a good county ticket and elect it. There is a great deal of 'tixin r.p" going on about town and all of it will result in beautifying the city. Mrs. Caser, or Teegarden, passed through here Thursday on her way to Grovertown to visit relatives. Master Henry Lawrence Humrichouser came up from Piercctcn last Thursday to visit his grandparents. Miss Lou Clare Jones, who has been attending the state normal school at Terre Haute, came home last Thursday. Josiah Geis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 May 1902

REAL tS iKfirnOffiSr tiftf TO MAY 20, 1902. AS FURNISHED BT C RESSNER & CO., Owners of the only attraot books In the countv. Abstracts of title to all real estate Id Marhall count compiled promptly and accurately. Louis A Mueller and wife warranty deed to Lewis F llamman all int in sw q of nw q of sec 35, T 32, R 1; con sideration $100. Catherine Peeple and husband Q C D to Geo A Feeples Und 1-5 of w hf of sw q of sec 18, T 32, E 2; consideration $400. Heirs of Millard McMlllen dec'd Q C D to Geo A Peeples All int in w hf of sw q ex 8 a off s end of sec 19, T t . mcirWtmn $200. "J ' . , ... , .,f . Floyd S. Linkenhelt and wife warranty deed to Charles Leupert jui iul 2 ex n 138 ft Cabells add Plymouth also lot 22 Rose add Plymouth; conj tonn , Charles Leupert and wife warranty deed to Jeff Florian and wife out lot IndIana was among the most back2 ex n 133 ft Cabells add to Plymouth ward of all the states in this very par- also lot 22 Rose add Plymouth; concm f om . t, .-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

PLYMOUTH npTD)TT TR ' T T p .1 Ifli 1LP LJ I N lLfo .1 Ji 11 4 - Wv WEEKLY EDITION. if. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5. 1902. NO. 35 - - i - i ; .! : ' ! - V i - s i i i i BOER WAR IS ENDED Peace Negotiations Brought to a Clofo Saturday Night. BRITISH TERMS ACCEPTED Agreement Signed by All the Boer Leaders General Rejoicing in LondrLondon, June 2 It is peace at last, an inglorious but honorable peace. News came of the signing of the terms of Boer surrender yesterday afternoon. The authorities wisely decided not to wait for Mr. Balfour's promised announcement in the house of commons today. Therefore, they gave the welcome tidings to the people after a short delay. The news was contained in the following dispatch from Lord Kitchener, which was posted at the war office: . - -'Pretoria, May 3111:15 P. m. The negotiations with the Boer delegates have been concluded. Documents containing the terms of surrender were signed this evening at 10:30 by : all of the Boer delegates,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

TTbe TEribune. Ettabltsbed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. leleptiiHie No. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Centtr and LaporteStreet. "tkTlSlMi EtATES will b mid motin d application. Entered the Potoffee atPljiuouth. Ioä.as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One! Year in Advance ti.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 centt. delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 5, 1902. We pity the sorrows of the men delegated to write the platform of the democratic state convention. The poor fellows are sure about nothing except opposition to the republican party. It is explained that GeneralCbaffee's disapproval of the finding of the court martial in the Waller case does not effect his status, which is still that of acquittal by the court. General Chaffee's disapproval is a criticism or censure on the court, but its verdict being one of acquittal, it was not competent for the reviewing officer to impose a punishment. The Goshen Democrat says there will be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

TAME ELEPHANT KILLS A MAN Killing Creates Panic in Animal Tent in Brooklyn. THE HERD IN AN UPROAR Fort Wayne Man Touches Trunk of Elephant With Lighted Cigar and is Tossed High in Air. New York, May 29 "Tops," the three-ton female elephant in the Forepaugh & Sells circus, now in camp at Saratoga avenue and Halsey street, Brooklyn, killed a man this morning, . but her worst enemies among the trainers and canvasmea had to admit that she had plenty of provocation. Besides doing several other things to torment her the elephant's victim had amused himself bv touching the lighted end of a cigar to her trunk. Tops is a man-hater. She will take a peanut from the hand of a woman or child, but William Endry, her keeper, is the only man whom she will tolerate. She shows her aversion so plainly that sober men give her z wide berth. But the m3n who was killed wasn't sober . There could not have been a worse combination to arouse the big elephant's ire. She is not only a man-hater, bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

TEfte TEribune. Established Chrtober 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publisher tvtepnoite No. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center .nd LaporteSrftet. ,WKHTl!iNÖ BATES will b mad knwn on application. Entrrd be Pustoffice at.Plyiuouth. Ind. .Jas ecood class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One! Yr In Advance $x.j Six Month 75 cents: Three Months 40 cents.deUvered at aey postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 5. 1902. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fj r County Cler. r.r.iToR ThibijTJE: Please announce that 1 am a candidate (or Cleric of the Marshall Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Kebu Oilcan couaty convention, called to meet In Pljmoutk, Saturday, June,., 1ÄC f M. üöCrort. FQE CLEIiK. MHlard W. S'mon9 will fee a candidate be fore tie Republican county Convention June 7tn fur t he nomination tor tne omce ok wierit of tbe Marshall circuit court; and solicits the upport of all hlscrlends UlLLAKD W. SlMKS. COUNTY TEEASCIiER. William II. Conner, will is e a cand Id ate f or the nt ni natlo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

JUL t The Best Quality of rst Quality of New rd Binder Twine; A PJ all guaranteed! per Standsi every ball AT Buck's Cash LEADER IN 3E JUl Xtbe tribune "HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., June 5, 1902. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIBITNE mcjt be i before Tuesday noon to injure tneir appearance In the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Love spent Sunday with relatives in Laporte. Mis Effie Snvder, of Sou th Bend, visited friends in this city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Gray, of Argos, visited over Sunday at Ralph Kleckner's. James Kelley and wife, of Warsaw, visited over Sunday with relatives at Walnut.Mrs. W. B. Kyle, who has been quite sick for several weeks, is .slowly improving. Mrs. Otis Mikles has gone to Pennsylvania for a visit of two months with her parents. Elder Wince, of Pierceton, preached at the Advent church north of this city Sunday. Joseph Chase, of Polk township vis ited over Sunday with his daughter Mrs- B. M. Seybold. Mrs. ...

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

ROOSEVELT TALKS AT WASHINGTON Delivers Memorial Address at Arlington and Upholds Phillipine Army. CONDEMNS ACTS OF CRUELTY Says War J5 Gonducted Humanely, and Atrocities by Natives Do Not Excuse Retaliation. Washington, D. C, May 30 Memorial day "was more generally observed here today than eyer before. President Koose velt delivered an oration at Ar lington, "where the principal ser vices of the day were held. After the invocation and the rendition of several numbers by the band and choir, E. B. Hay read "Lincoln's Gettysburg ad dress. President Roosevelt fol lowed. His remarks were given the closest attention, and he was frequently interupted by bursts of applause. President Koosevelt said in part: 'You whom I address today and vour comrades who wore the blue beside you in the perilous years during which strong, sad, patient Lincoln bore the crush ing load of national leadership performed the one feat the fail ure to perform wou'd have meant destruction to everything which makes tn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

EMME Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. MM V. ASTLEY AND Leaders in Good Goods, Low TLbc Tfribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., Juie 5, "902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBDNE nic.it be i before Tu es-d ay noon to insure tnetr appearame in the issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. I). E. Moore has gone to Kendallville for a visit of a week or ten days. Mrs. W. T. Leonard went to Walnut on Tbursdry, for a visit of a few davs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pence have gone to Chicago for a visit of a few days. P. "W. Keiser and family of Warsaw, visited here over Sunday with James Keiser. The nomination of a democratic candidate for judge has been postponed indefinitely. Miss Bertha Eicb, of this city and Mr. Henry Yost, of Mishawaka will be married June 10. The supreme court has decided that the Brightside Orphans' home is exempt from taxation. Miss Verne Curtis, who has been visiting Mrs. Daubenspeck, returned to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 June 1902

i - t i I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO JUNE, 3, 1902.' AS FURNISHED BT CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of title t ) all real estate In Marhall county compiled promptly and accurately. Thomas It Lee and wife, warranty deed to Manda Bair, e'lif cf e hf of sec 8, T 32, R 3, ex a in ne cor; $1600 Grace E Miller and husband, warranny deed to Mary A Focock, und J of s 37 a of n 97 a of sw q of sec 23, T 32, R 3; S5.00 . . ' t Sarah B Bush and husband to Idella Lambert, se q of sw q of sec 29. T 34, r 2; $1900. - Anna Wright warranty deed to John Bondurant, all sof state ditch, in lot 2, W C a S of slate ditch in se q of ne q and 1.30 a in nw cor of lot 3, all in sec 6, T 34, R 3; $700. " Abbott, Frank Chapman and bus band, warranty deed to Matthew Chapman, w 40 a of ne q of sec 7, T 33, R 1: $1.00. ' Matthew T Chapman and wife, war ranty deed to Andrew J Uncapher, w 40 a of ne q of sec 7, T 33, E 1; $125 Mary Speyer and husband, warranty ...

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