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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 June 1902

Q) LAWN MOWER 16-inch, guaranteed . . . Buck's Cash Hardware a (O o) (o Leader In Low Prices TZbe I&ttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. - Plymouth. Ind., June 26. 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBOE must b in before Tuesday noon to liiere taelr appeararue iu the issue of tba week. LOGAL NEWS Mrs. A. E. Lamson is visiting relatives at Bourbon. The longest day of the year 1902 his come and gone. Elmer Tucker, of South Bend, spent Sunday in this city. Harry Chester visited over Sutday with his wife in this city. Mrs. McXeely, of Tiosa, visited ever Sunday with her son here. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ruth, of Chidago, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Messrs. Arthur Young and Frank Thomas spent Sunday at Rochester. Dr. Ritchey, of Donaldson, transacted business in this city Saturday Mies Jennie Fontious, of South Bend, was a Flvmouth visitor Sunday. Home grown potatoes are for sale now and the crop will be a h.rge one. Fred Linkenhelt, who Is now a commercial traveler...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 June 1902

CHEER FOR POOR Senator Dollivcr Tells Northwestern Graduates That WorK Brings Success. DIVORCE YOUTH FROM RICHES Best Things in Life, the Eloquent lowan Says, Come to Those Who Are Forced to Toil. Chicago, June 21 "Poor people are the only ones who have any chance in the world. If you havp 100,000 and a boy, keep them out of each other's society as much as possible. It will be better for the boy and also better for the 100,000. Let the boys fight the battle of life as their fathers did, and let them make their money in the same wav. A man's success arises from the work he does." This was the advice that Jonathan P. Doliver, United States senator for Iowa, gave the graduating class of Northwestern university and the parents at the commencement exercises in the Auditorium. It came in the course of an address in which he attacked the theories of sociologists generally and declared that everyone needed the spur of necessity to accomplish anything great. Although he gave many instances i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 June 1902

ENAMELED Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. JOHN V. ASTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. Qhe TEribtme. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., Jane 26, 902. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBUNE mct be Im before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance in the Issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Miss Maud Eurit is visiting relatives and friends at Macy. Rouel Fersonett has gone to Walnut for a visit of a w eek. Miss Frances Shobe has gone to Tiosa for a visit of two weeks. Mrs. J. T. Larue went to Rochester to visit her father over Sunday. Joseph Stough, of Linkville, has been granted a pension of $12 a month. Miss Ethel Van Anden has gone to Chicago for a visit of two or three weeks. Mrs. W. A. Tank, of Walkerton, is visiting the family of Achilles North in this citv. Schäfer & Son, of Argos, have purchased the 80-acre tract of Umber on the Simons farm east of this city. Earl No...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 June 1902

MARRIED Harsch-Stalcy. The marriage of Mr. Edv aid Harsch and Miss Marv Stalev was solemnized at the residence of the bride's father, David II. Staler, south-east of town, on Wcdnesdav evening June ISth, in the presence of a large company of invited guests. Rev. J. II. Walters of of Lima, Ind., performed the ceremony, which consisted of tne beautiful ring service of the Methodist Episcopal church. The groom has a remunertive position with the South Bend Street Car Company, while the bride is a member of one of the first families of Marshall county. They will go to housekeeping within a few days at South Bend. Many beautiful gifts vere received and the youn people are deservedly popular. They start to face the realities of life with much in their favor and a determination to make their way in the world that is itselt a guaranty of success. A reception was given at the groom's parents near Argos yesterday to a large number of relatives and friends. Keller-Pippimjer. Wednesday afternoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

Y MOUTH WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1902. NO- 4-0 PL BUNE T EXA H VS. Another Scrap Takes Flace in the Arena at the National Capital. BEVEBIDGE ATTACKED BY BAILEY Who Evinces a Desire to Throttle the Hoosier Statesman. No Blood Is Shed, However, Neutrals Interfering and Dragging the Lone Star Man Away Cause of It All. Washington. July 1. Senator Bailey, of Texas, assaulted Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, List night just after the senate had adjourned from executive session. The Texas senator was dragged away and separated from his opponent by some of those about the senate. He was very angry, and threatened severe harm to the Indiana senator. The episode was the result f a heated controversy which the two senators had during the afternoon, when Senator Beveridge had said that Senator Bailey had made "an unwarranted attack" on Solicitor Penfield, of the state department. In executive session Beveridge, like other senators who smoke, lighted a cigar an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

Übe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepuone Xo. 27. OFFICE In Bisseil Block. Corner Center end La port e Street. Secretary Root states the cost of the war in the Philippines to be $170, 000,000, The democratic editors who have placed it at $600,000,000 will please notice and allow the discount. 1UVKHT13INO RATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at PI j mouth, Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 7 j cents; Three Months 40 cents.de- llvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 2", 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, DANIELE. STORMS. Auditor of State, DAVID E. SUERRICK. Treasurer of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General, CHAULES W. MILLER. Clerk Supreme Court, ROBERT A. BCOWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician, BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist, W. S. BLATCHLEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JOHN H. GIL.LETT, Judzes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

HOPEFUL 111 ENGLAND King Edward's Case Looks Like One He Would Pull Through All Right. BULLETIN3 DECLARED FAVORABLE Bnt Not So Hopeful as the Surgeons Ileally Feel Patient Takes Food and Opens and i Heads Telegrams. London, June 20. The following bulletin was posted at Buckingham ralace at 11)32 p. m. yesterIay: "The king continues to make satisfactory progress." It was signed by Treves, Lakinpr and Barlow. London, Judc 2Ck The following amended bulletin was issr.ed after 11 p. m. yesterday: The klag continues to make satisfactory progress. He slept some hours during the day. He -complains very little of discomfort and Is more cheerful. The wound Is doing well." This has the same signatures. London, June 20. King Edward's condition last night was even more satisfactory than was Indicated by the 11:00 p. rn. bulletin. He bad made a deckled improvement, and the feeling at Buckingham palace was very hopeful. His majesty was able to take nourishment, he had scrambled eggs and a little h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

ZEbe Tribune. EaublUbcd October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CÖ., Publishers. foiepiioue 2. 157. OFFICE In Bissel! Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. DVK&TiaiKU RATES will be tut known on application. Entered the Postoffice at PI j mouth, led., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yer In Advance $1.50; Six Monthsj75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.dellvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., July 3, 1902. A gold and silver strike in Mexico, has developed a mine which pans out over $500 to the ton. It is expected to produce overf 3,000,000 in a singleyear. Ilaving at last got Admiral Dewey where he could without impropriety express himself freely, it is to be hoped that the Aguinaldo worshipers are pleased with the information that they obtained. Admiral Dewey talks as he shot exceedingly direct. The gallant admiral does not seem to share to any extent in the belief that Aguiaaldo is either a patriot or another George "Washington. He calls him a looter, pure ...

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

in iiraaes :AND- Cradle Fin gers We Have All Kinds at the Lowest Prices Buck's Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices Zhc TErtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., July 3, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TOE TKIB CNE meat be In before Tuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Fuller has a new floor in his fruit store. Burt J. Gilmore, of Chicago, was home over Sunday. Louis Allnian expects to spend the 4th of July in Kentucky. Elkhart, "Winona and Argos will celebrate the 4th of July. Miss Carrie Brooke is apparently considerably better today. Mrs. John II. Baxter, of Mishawaka, is visiting her mother here. Mrs. Daubenspeck and daughter vis ited at Indianapolis Sunday. Lou Seiders, of Donaldson, visited relatives in this city Saturday. . Mrs. Emma Nicolay returned Mon day from a week's visit at Culver. Dr. Loring, of Chicago, stopped in this city on his way to Fort Wayne. Miss Mary Kendall has returned lrom a visit of two wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

TWO RECORD VOTES Taken in the House During the Consideration of the Philippine Government Bill. MEASURE HAS PASSED THAT EODY House and Senate Both Pass the Ca nal Rill Some More Lively t Talk in the House. Washington, June 27. At 8 p. m. yesterday, a the end of a nine-hour session, and of a debate Lifting night and day for a week, the house passed the Philippine civil government bill practically as it cair.e from the committee. It was a party vote 141 to 97 with the exception of McCall of Massachusetts, who voted with the Democrats. The minority substitute for the establishment for a temporary government in the islands and their permanent independence as soon as a stable government could be established was defeated by a vote of 05 to 13G. The debate during the day was at times of a lively character. The Democrats offered a multitude of amendments, but all were voted down, including cne offered by Patterson of Tennessee to prohibit slavery or involuntary servitude in the islands. Int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

ENAMELED WÄRE Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. MM V. ASTIEY ABl SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. XEbe TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., June 26, 1902. . Advertisements to appear in TOE TRIBUNE mcst be In before Tuesday noon to Injure tnetr appearance In the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS This is not good corn weather. Obadiah Snith has returned to Tiosa, after visiting his son in this city. James Whitcomb Riley has received the degree of "Master of Arts" from Yale college. Mrs. Luke, wife of Rev. G. E.Luke of Tyner, has returned to her home after visiting friends here. Mrs. Clifford English was called to Donaldson Thursday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Wolfe. Charles P. Drummond came down from South Beud Thursday to look after some cases he has in court. Mrs. Weyderth has returned to her home at Englewood after visiting her niece at St. Michael's Academy. Mrs. Qu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 July 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO JULY, 1, 1902. A8 FURNISHED BT CKESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate in Marhall county compiled promptly nd accurately. Graham Rose and wife. Q C D to Clinton and Catharine Rose, "lot 2, Kronleets Sub Div of out lot. 118, Wheeler's add Plymouth, 81.00 Mary A Richards, warranty deed to Clinton and Catharine Rose, lot 3, Rrownlee's Sub Div of out lot, Wheeler's add to Plymouth; $275. .Tosiah A and Tsoble A Hendricks and wife, warranty deed to W D Compton, e 3 a of lot 5, of sec, 16, T 33, R 3, Right of Way over 16 feet: $300. Victor G Welsh and wife, warranty deed to Victor Nyberg. w 16 a of e hf of nw q and ne q and e 2 ch of nw q of ne q all in sec 20, T 34, ß 1; 550. George Hutchinson and wife, warrant)' deed to Alpharetta Ellen Whaley, s 13 a of sw q of sw q of sec 4, T 32. R 2; SS00. Sarah A Grube and husband, warranty deed to Clinton II Grube, s 48 a of nw q of sec 13, T 33, R 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

"TT TP'S PLYMOUTH WEEKLY EDITION. Recorder's Office febOl VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1902. NO-" 4-1 HOLES 1(1 THE TIE-UP Freight Is Moving Right Along at Chicago in Spite of the Strike. TEAUSTEES lOBBIDDEH TO ASblST Cannot Help the Freight Handlers and Keep Their Own Contract Conference Agreed To Anthracite News. Chicago, July 9. Unless the team--sters come to the rescue of the striking . freight handlers the Indications are that the strike is lost. The railroads have already shown that they can replace the strikers. In a number of the freight houses every vacant place has been filled. Emissaries are scouring the coxmtry for men able to handle freight. Country station agents, section hands and every available clerk from outside otfices are being rushed to Chicago to work in th freight houses. Dining rooms elaborately fitted up and sleeping cars have been perpared for their reception, and many of the country workmen look upon the strike as a lark for them. rickets...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

Zbc tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center an 3 Lap rte Street. Ll)VBTISIN(i BATES will be mad known on ipplici tion. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance Sx.;o; Six Monthsj7S cents; Three Months 40 cents.dellvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, lad., July 3, 1902. THE STATE TICKET, Secretary of State, DANIEL E.fcTORMS. Auditor of State, DAVID E. SH ERRICK. Treasurer cf State, NAT U. HILL. Attorney General, CHARLES W. MILLER, Clerk Supreme Court. ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician,' BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist, W.S. BLATCHLEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JOHN H. GILLETT, Judges Appellate Court, FRANK R. ROBV. U.Z.WILEY, W.J HENLEY. JAMES K. BLACK, I W.COMSTOCK. W. E. LOBINMN. COUNTY TICKET. Representative In Congress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK. Representative, PETER ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

PREPARING FOR SIEGE Union Pacific Gives Indication of Its Purpose to Fight the Strike. VTEAK POINT IN THE UNION LINE At Evanston, Wyo., "Where the Men lie fuse to Come Out Permk sjlvania Notes. Chf.venne, Wyo., July P.. The hnt doubts as to whether the Union Pacilic intends to fl.?ht its hoileriiiaUt-rs and machinists to the last were removed yesterday when additional hunks and supplies were sent to the shops. The company is preparing for a lonjr siege, and is taking every precautionary measure to protect its non-union men. PKESIDEXT HURT. The strikers and locked-out men are confident that their places cannot he filled by competent men for some months to come, and that in the meantime they will strike at the company in unexpected quarters. The strikers assert that a large number of locomotives are already in need of repairs. Insurgent Spirit at Evanton, Wyo. Omaha, Neb., July li. The strike of the machinists and hoilermakers of the Union Pacilic seems to have settled down to a stubb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

Zbc TTtibune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, telephone No. 127. OFFJCE In Bisseil Klock. Corner Center and Laporte Street. ...miKTlSINÖ HATES will be made knowL on application. Entered the Postcffice at Plymouth. Id1.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six .Von:hs;75 cents; Tbree Months 40 ccnts.deliverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., July 10, 1902. Senator Ilanna is made responsible for almost everything that Lappens nowadays. Perhaps he has sonething to do with this hot weather. Democrats in congress held a final caucus to rind an issue. They failed, of course, for republicans have the sound and progressive side of every public questiou. The first six months of the present year saw 31C,711 immigrants arrive on these shores. There are eleven states in the Union, each one of which has a smaller population than this. No. battle in any recent war in which the United States has been engaged has shown the number...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

ENAMELED Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. MWi V. ÄSTLEY ÄND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights, Hbe Zfribune. HENDRICKS & CO.t Publishers. Plymouth Ind., July 10, 1902. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIBCNE meat be before Tuesday noon to insure tnetr appearance in the issue of tha week. , LOCAL NEWS 3Irs. Andreas, of Culver, is visiting relatives at Pierceton. There was a heavy rain south of us and at Warsaw Monday afternoon. Tec thousand people helped to celebrate Independence day at Goshen. G. M. "Wilson and daughter have returned from a visit at New Carlisle. Miss Blanche Disher has returned from a visit of a few days at Rochester. Mrs. Confer has returned from a visit of ten days with her daughter in Chicago. Loyal Ford, better known as Hilton Coon, is visiting Mr. and Mrs; Carl Kloepfer. R. C. Kloepfer and family are spending the heated term at their Pretty Lake cottage. Charles Becknell has...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

Pittsburg enthused Smoky City and All the Surrounding Towns Do Honor to the President. EIDES IN ONE CONTINUOUS OHEEB To Schenley Park, "Where lie Speaks Manila Celebrates the An1 liesty Observances at Home and Abroad. rittslnirg. Ta., July n. Tlnlf a million persons greeted President Theodore ICoosevelt in Pittsburg yesterday. They came not only from Pittsburg and Allegheny, but from the scores of industrial towns within 100 miles of the city. It was the distinguished guest's first visit to Pittsburg as president, and his welcome was most enthusiastic. Prom the Un'mi station to the speaker's stand in Schenley THEODORE HOOSEVELT. park, nearly four miles awa', it was one continuous cheer. The weather was all that could be desired, with the sun shining brightly and the temperature not too high. President Iloosevelt reached the Wilkinsbur,,' station of the Pennsylvania railroad at S a. m., and his coming was announced by a presidential s.ilute o;' twenty-one guns. .Make-Up of the Procio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

r iralii Cradles AND: Cradle We Have All Kinds at Buck's Cash Hardware Leader in Lxm Prices v. Zbc XEribuneHENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., July 3, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBCNE muit be in before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance in the Is.ue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Miss Dora Keller will spend the Fourth in Chicagv. Miss Goldie Giller went to Atwood to visit over Suuday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kizmaul spent the Fourth in Chicago. Mrs. Jacob Eenschler went to Chicago Vj visit over Sunday. Two rural routes were started from Bourbon, Tuesday, July 1. Mrs. Charles Galloway is visiting1 her mother at Sidney, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Wilson went to "Warsaw to spend the Fourth. Misses Anna and Theresa Hendricks spent the Fourth at Elkhart. Miss Alice Unger is visiting relatives and friends at Ada. Ohio. There will be a big balloon ascension in Plymouth Saturday,July 12. Mrs. W. S. Eggeman has gone to Fort Wave for a visit of two weeks. Misses Stella...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 July 1902

CRISIS FOR VEHEZÜELÄ President Takes Command of the Forces in Person, Which " b Significant. HIS PET3ND3 ABE VEKY CONFIDENT While Others Think He Heads a Forlorn Hope Ilia Brother's Army Routed. Washington, July 8. The state department has received a eablejrram from United States Minister Bowen, at Caracas, stating 'that the Venezuelan government has communicated to him the fact that President Castro has decided to personally lead his troops against the revolutionary forces In the field, and that Vice President Coraez has assumed charge of the executive branch of the government. The news conveyed in Minister IJowen's dispatch is regarded in different lights among PRESIDENT CASTKO. South American diplomats in Washington. The prevailing view is that nothing hut a most acute situation would cause President Castro to drop the reins of government at Caracas and take personal charge of the Venezuelan army at Valencia, and In these quarters it is llrinly believed he is to lead a forlorn pH...

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