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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 February 1903

t YMOU THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME n PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, EEBRÜAKY 12, 1903. NO- 19 IT 'HI IE 1 n Vex. ,:rt j; T 3i2 f -1 .j. ; ;2St? lis ! i- I 'jver ?? ire. tier C, i e. i ,ur. le bu ! ' ÄRGU Marshall County Town That Has More - IUI fl El El IUI fl Watching Town Eight miles south of Plymouth and enTlroned by one of the splendid agri cultural districts of Marshall county, is located one of the county's thriving towns. It used tobe ä little town when the old Michigan road was the railroad, ocean and canal of Indiana, but it isn't so nowadays. In 187 some trust or another brought a real for sure railroad to Argos, and the village cast aside its '.'sun bonnets" and aprons and speedily, developed in to a' healtbj progressive youngster which today is. the pride of its in habitants and adds greatly to the ma terial prosperity of our county. The Nickel Plate railroad came in 1883 and that fixed the town comfortably for railroads. On paper, Argos was once ca...

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. — 12 February 1903

TEbe Utibune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. JFFICE In BiiU Block. Corner Center and Laporte Strtat. ADVERTISING RATES will be mad know o on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One "Year In Advance $.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postofnee. The Only Republican Paper In the County Plymouth, Ind.. February 12. '1903. Last mouth's reductioo of the pub lic debt was $3,222,116. This repub lican habit continues in spite of the repeal of the war tax. With great zeal for the enforcement of the land laws the cattle barons have taken to killing Wyoming sheep raisers who have unlawfully squatted on the government domain. The baron evidently deem themselves capable of doing all the land-grabbing that may be necessary to absorb what is left of Uncle Sam's landed estate. The overwhelming vote by which consideration of the amendment to the Nicholson law was...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 February 1903

$ 1 i 1 A I t i 1 A - i i ' ' i ! : i : I ' i s 4 ttlDOFTHETESTlWIOHY Last Witno-S Has Been Heard b the Anthracita Strike Commissicrr. nPTY-OSH DAYS 13 THE BECORI Of thf Board' Sessions Some Or tory to Follow Progress of the Soft Coal Scale Negotiation. Philadelphia, Feb. 6. After a silting of exactly fifty-one dayg the antLra- dte coal strike commission concluded the bearing of witnesses at 5 p. m. yesterday and adjourned until next Monday, when it will tesin to hear the arguments of counsel represent ng the several sides. The arguments wil. take up five and a half days. Ihe op erators having been assigned ihrce days and the miners the remainder of the time. Yesterday's sessions wer.? taken up In hearing the last witnesses presented by the miners in rebuttal. Much of it related to the alleged un equal distribution of mine cars, nearly a dozen witnesses testifying ttat they could load more cars than the com panies furnished them. Charge of Discrimination. The first three witnesses w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 February 1903

Zbc 'Tribune. .v . Established October Iff. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 127. JFFICE In Bissel! Block. Corner Center And Laporte Street. ADVERTISING RATES will be made known on application. Entered the Poaof5ce at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One "Year In Advance $.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered it any postoffice. The Only Republican Paper In the County Plymouth, Ind., February 12, 1903. The gentlemen who pretend to gov ern Europe by divine right seem to stand in mortal dread ofTheHague tri bunal, which they themselves created. It is said the allied powers fully ex pect that The Hague tribunal will decide against their claim for pre ferential payment, but they wtuld rather accept she decision from The Hague than from Minister liowen. Congressman Littlefield declared in his speech on trust regulation that combinations for power and gain ex isted long before the birth of Christ, and that during all that time ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 February 1903

Farm AT- B UC LEADER IN Leave your order made at the TEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB UNE mat be In before Tuesday noon to Id are tne'.r appearance in the issue of tha week. Plymouth, Ind., February 12. 1903. VtXt 1 M"M I LOCAL NEWS & j AV"Tt Ttfl TtTTTTTVI Dr. Aspinall transacted business in Chicago Monday. Mrs. Senour and Mrs. Hann spent Monday in Bourbon. Mrs. Frank Lamson, of Culver spent Monday in Plymouth. John Baum, of Donaldson, visited with relatives Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Hartman is transacting business in Peru this week. Theodore Cressner transacted busi ness at South Bend Monday. Tell your neighbor about McFarlin's stock sale at Twin Lake Friday, Febj 20. 19-2t Miss Blanche Uncapher, of Grover town, visited over Sunday in Plym outh. Bishop White spent Sunday at Cul ver and held services at the Palmer House. Mrs. S. A. Mangus, of South Bend, yisited oer Sunday with Mrs. Daniel Voreis. Mrs. Charles Beckneil and son. Arth...

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. — 12 February 1903

lit FOR STERI1BURG Comes to Washington From Ber lin Perhaps to Settle the Venezuelan Row. ALLIES ABE TO GET A PBETEEENOE Of Three Months, So It la Said Ber lin Folks Don't Like Dowe'n'i i Style, So They Say.- Washington, Feb. 5. Advices have reaced herefrom Berlin of an impor tant nature, but assurances are given that they were sent prior to the sub mission of the last proposition and af fected only a detail of the contro versy. Washington, Feb. 5. Important ad vices on the question of the settlement of the Venezuelan claims reached the ' German embassy last night from Fer lin and were communicated at once to Minister lowen, Venezuelan repre sentative, by Karon Sternburg, the Ger man minister. Their purport Is nit known, but the reply Is believed to be favorable to resettlement, as Farcn Sternburg, subsequent to their reteilt, expressed himself as hopeful of an ear ly settlement. Movements of the Diplomats. The British ambassador was an ear ly caller at ihe state department yes terd...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 February 1903

TOWE For every and Come and see fÄSTLEY Leaders in Good Goods and Low Prices Zbc Utibune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB U5E meat be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in tue issue of tha week. Plymouth, Ind., February 12, 1903. ITlocalnewsI D. C. Cole has returned from 2iorth Liberty. William Everly spent Thursday on his farm near Argos. Mr. and Mrs. James Healy visited in Inwood last week. Mrs. Enoch Schenk, of Walkerton, visited at Julius Vinall's Thursday. Mrs. Melvin Ilill is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. William Craven, ia Roches ter. Miss Amanda Langfeld t has gone to Fort Wayne to make her home with her sister. An agreement has been practically reached between the operators and the miners of soft coal and there will be no strike. Vern Kuhn and Homer Ginrich, of Warsaw, came up Thursday to re main until Sunday. Mrs. Catherine Wise, mother of Adam E. Wise, has been quite sick, bat is now able to be up. Mrs. William Grimes has...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 February 1903

HCl WRECKED Cteamship Convyeing Tourists in West India Waters Sud denly Ends Her Career. THEEAD3 ONE OHANKEL TOO MA5Y Unna on a Reefand Girt Her Pa en ger a Bad Eight Hoor or So , All Safely Landed. Hamilton, Bermuda, Feb. 11. The Quebec steamship company's steamer Madiana, Captain Fräser,' which sailed from New York last Saturday with a party of excursionists, for a special cruise around the Caribbean islands, went ashore on the reef ofT this island at 3 a. m. yesterday. The pas?ensrer3 had a thrilling. experience. The sl-ip Is a total loss, but all oil board wire rescued and brought safely to land aft er a perilous trip In life boats from the wreck to a tug standing a ''mil? off. The mails and the pass3ngcrs baggage also were saved. ... Ship Rons on a Re& According to statements mrde by those on board the Madiana was threading her way in the nlsht through the narrow channel between the." coral reefs, which leads to Hamilton har bor, when she struck a reef one and a half miles ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

Tbsre is Quite a 'Difference Beiweer) Newspaper Enterprise and Newspaper Graft. PLYMQOT EVERY DAY BUSINESS LAW The time of payment of a nete last be stated absolutely, and not dependent on contin gencies. THE ONLY i REPUBLICAN t PAPER t Published Ic Marshall Coanty T 1 11 11 M. VOLUME IT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA,' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 190H. NO- 20 Needs no United States Revenue Stamp. THE COLLEGE AND SANITARIUM Town Visited by the Tribune Man for a Word Picture of the Place. Sometime in the late '40's James O. Parks, father of John W. Parks. Marshall county 's present state senator, became restless In the Old Kentucky home, and came to Indiana. Coming northward Mr. Parks grew weary of looking upon so much good land and timber country remaining ownerless, and he selected as a home wooded land in the eastern part of the county. Being one of the very .first arrivals Mr. Parks bad somewhat to say regarding matters and tbings in thnse days, and be said the township might be called Bourbon and...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

Zbc TEriburie. EcUbUshe'd October 10. .1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, t'f lefiboiie No. -7. JFFICE IB Blssell Block, Corner Center -end Laport Strrtt. -SATES wUl be mde known f on application. : : " ' U Catered the Postof&ce at Plymouth. Ibd. second class matter; v - SUBSCRIPTION; One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de " l.'vtred atanypostoffice. . , s . r 1 1 Plymouth, Ind., February 19. "l(K)3. : It takes as much time to kill a bad bill as to pass a pood law and the legislature should be . commended for killing over fifty bad bills. Deadlock oTer the statehood bill in the senate shows no signs of yielding, and Senator Quay inteads, it is under stood, to force an extra session unless his measure is voted on. Mr. Bryan, In an interview at New lork. declared that he will not be a candidate for the' democratic presi dential nomination next year, and that he is "merely a worker In the ranks." ' The ratification of the Alaskan boundary trea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

n m I U k ' il 1 i H V. TOVES For every and Oome and see KSTLEY öt HESS? Leaders in Good Goods and Low Prices ' Xgbe;.Xgrfbune p HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. U r- j; Advertisements ti appear In THE TKIB 5 UNE meat be in before Tuesday noon to In ; iure tnetr appearance In the issue of tba week. U Plymouth, Ind, February 19. 1903. jl Vnuiiinnt""""111'' fl . Iii a OCA NFWS t , See special premium offer in another (column. Typewriting at The Tribune office J reasonable. tf f Rev. O. E. Talmer preached , in J Bourbon Thursday and Friday even- I Mrs. Arthur Metzler arrived Thurs f , day from Rochester to visit a few i days. . Mrs. Bert Logan and Miss Nellie Wheeler spent last Thursday in South Bend. . Miss Meta C. Kuhn went to War saw Thursday to visit the family of her brother. Plymouth dealers never before had such a tine display of valentines as' mey nave this season. j Mrs. Charles nite, of Fort Wayne, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. William IWarnes at Donaldson. I I Mr. and Mrs. Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

0 OS And More the Pennsylvania will; have Spent Improving Its Property . fn Plymouth and Vicinity when ß Is Completed this Surnmer--The Vandalia in on Depot and Maybe Lake Erie also. PENNSYLVANIA PENSIONS VETERANS For two years past the Pennsylvania railroad company has been improving its property id Plymouth and through Marshall county. Hundreds of work- The following diagram may not be strictly official,, but it shows the location of the new union depot and its proximity to the tracks of - Plymouth's three. good railroads: ..- ' A..A 5 u j ; ::; : j : . . . ' J t i 4 fl' men bare been kept busy and thous ands of dollars- expended. .The new . , ... double-track viaduct over Michigan street and the one overCenter 'street, along with, the massive new bridge crossing Yellow liter, must alone, have cost the "Pen pa' .company a whole lot of money. " ' - ; The top wave of these improvements will be reached this summer wbed the company, in conjunction with the Vandalia and perhaps the Lak...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

HOT 01! GOOD TERMS British and United States Diplo - mats at the Capital of Venezuela. EAQQAED KOT IN LOVE WITH BO WEN It or en the Best of Terms with Bowen's Secretary. Revelations of a Blue Book Issued at London Our Collecting Trou ble In San Domingo. London, Feb. 17. The Venezuelan blue book issued last evening shows that after a conversation between For eign Minister Lansdowne and the Ger man ambassador. Count Wolff-Metter-nlch, July 23 last, the fcrmcr a!d: "We should be quite ready to confer with the German government with the view of joint action," and Germany sug gested on Aug. 3 a joint naval demon stration. The ritish admiralty officials expressed the, opinion that the best form for this demonstration would be a blockade. The seizure of the Vene zuelan gunboats was suggested ly Great Britain. Haggard Attacls Russell. The most interesting dispatch In th? book from a United States point of view is an official letter from the for mer British minister at Caracas, W. II. D. Hag...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

Tbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telephone No. 27. JFF1CE la Blssell- Block. Corner' Center Laporte Street. and 4DYKBTIBINQ BATES will be mad known on application. Catered the Postoffice at Pljmouth, Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. The Only Republican Paper la the County Plymouth, IncL, February 12, 1903. Occasionally it bas been said tbat the United States speeds too much money on naval construction. The remark was not indulged in at the be ginning of the war with Spain, nor is It heard now. The Monroe doctrine means, among other things, that Europe can save itself humiliation and vast numbers of millions by relinquishing forever the idea of sieziog a single inch of Amer ican territory. There never was a time in the his lory or tne laoor movement wnen ar bitration and conciliatory movements toward settlement of disputes between ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

Farm AT- BU LEADER II Leave your order made at the ZEbe .Tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., PuHishers. Advertisements to appear in rJD E TKIB DNE mtit be in before Tuesday rxn to in are tnelr appearance Id the cf tla week. Plymouth, Ind., February 19. 19 I & LOCAL NEWS & S. S. Fish was home over Sunday. Dr. Elev and wife visited over Sun day at Elkhart. Tell your neighbors about the good qualities of the Tribune. All railroads were more or less blockaded Monday and all trains are late. Dr. Knott was called to Argos Mon day to see Lewis Sbafer, who is repor ted quite sick. , Rev. J, L. Wince, of Pierce ton, preached at the Church of God in this city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tanner's valen tine is the prettiest baby boy in Plym outh, born Feb. 14, 1903. Little Ruth Linkenhelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Linkenhelt is threatened with lung fever. Misses Eva and May Lemler, of Bourbon, visited over Sunday with relatives west of Plymouth. Mrs. Florence Thompson, of Lar- will, visit...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 February 1903

LET US HAVE PEACE Those Protocols Have Been Signed and Castro's Ports k Released from Blockade. DEED IS DONE AT NEAB MIDNIGHT IoT7a and Uisiowi Exchangt Left Handed Compliments. lie p burn and Cochran Pass the Lie Quay's Statehood Bill Rides the Postofflce Appropriation. Washington, Feb. 14. The British protocol with Venezuela for raising of the blockade and reference of the mat ter of preferential treatment of the al lies claims to The Ilague -was signed at 11:30 o'clatk last night. Signature of the Italian and German protocols fol lowed a short time later. The Italian protocol was signed at 11:50 and the German protocol at 12:10 o'clock, the presence of Karon Sternburg at the White House muslcale delaying a final close to the negotiations until after midnight. Blockading Flt to "Withdraw. The British protocol was In Eng lish, the Italian in Italian and Ger man, and the German in German and English. Bowen signed In duplicate for Venezuela. Sir Michael Herbert for Great Irltain, Sig...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 February 1903

FHE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE PRINTS Lb THE NEWS FOR fILL THE PEOPLE. UN THE ONLY t REPUBLICAN t X PAPER I ublished In Merhall County J EVERYDAY X BUSINESS LAW Notes mad a on unday axe T Told. Also notes made by a 4 minor are voidable. X i TH IK PLYMOUTH nPO' 11 lrC B li li iilW VOLUME II 0 OF The Marshall Coiinty Poor Infirmary is So Recog nized by All State Charity Associations, APPY "OLD JACK" Tribune Man Visits this Model Institution and Finds Much of Interest to Tell the Paper's eaders-Inmates5 Ages Range from Four Months to Ninety-Five Years. V -i MBS. JENNIE K. KEÜYER, 4j Matron Marsnall County Infirmary. Since 1849 Marshall county ha pro Tided as comfortable a borne for its poor and unfortunate citizens as tbe period in which it existed would ad mit of, and with a continual improve ment from the beginning. ' In years back Henry W. Stuckman, San ford E. Jacox, Wm. Kyle, Jonas Jlaag, Nathan E. Bunch, Prosper Mickey ana others have served the county as superintendent of its 'poor infirm...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 February 1903

Leopold M. Lauer. ) , LAUER & SON ftbe tribune; Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO.,-Publishers. Telepnone 2o. 37. JFF1CE la Bisseil Bijck. Corner Center Leporte Street. ',- end 1DYEBTISING BATES will be made known on spplioetioa. Katered tue Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as secona class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance i.5o: Six Months 75 cents; Three Mocths 40 cents, de livered at any postomce. The Only Repoblican Paper.io the County Plymouth, Ind., February 26, 1903. Tbe garnishee bill bas gone down in defeat somewhat defaced, but it will re-appear at the next General As sembly and at least '' afford employ ment for a lobby on both sides. Senator Quay has-been forced to give np his statehood fight in the United States senate" and the remain der of the cession will be devoted to appropriation bills and treaties. South Bend got a new city charter at the last election which was expect ed to furnish more oöces for republi cans, but the democrats carried the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 February 1903

T Republican Factions in the Senate Seem To Be "Flopping To gether" n Statehood. HUB 01 THE PEOPOSED COMPROMISE Democratic Position GUe .Anxiety Condition of Public Business President's Military Vlewa. Washington, Feb. 23. Some of the Republican leaders of the senate who are opposed to the omnibus statehood bill held an extended conference yes terday and perfected the compromise measure with which It Is proposed to break the deadlock. Among those at the conference were: Allison, Aldrich, Cullom, I Hanna, fcpooner, Lodge and Piatt of Connecticut. It Is stated that Quay is anxious that the compromise SENATOR AT.DniCH. ' bill be adopted and that he is urging the Democrats to accept it. The lat ter, however, are holding out more stiffly than ever for the omnibus measure. It was decided at the con ference yesterday to submit the com promise bill to the statehood Repub licans and to the Democrats at the earliest jossible moment in an en deavor to sec are their consent to it. 8ubstanc of t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 February 1903

Zbc Urtbune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO.; Publishers. Telepnoue Ho. 27. JFFICE la Bissel! Block. Corner Center and Laporte Strest. aDVK&TlSlNQ RAT&3 will be made knowt oq application. Zntered. the Poatoibce at Plymouth, led., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 centsr Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoftce. The Only Republican Paper in the County Plymouth, Ind., February 26, 1903. Friends of Governor Cummins of Iowa assert that be will be a candidate for tbe nomination to the vice presi dency before the next national repub lican convention. The fact that Judge Grosscup, of the United States circuit court at Chi cago, sustains the suit of the United tai3s against the meat packers shows that "something is doing," which many have denied. ? President Roosevelt is displeased at reported cool feeling between Speaker Ilsnderson and himself. Mr. .Roose velt commends the speaker for his as sistance in attain...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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