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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 November 1901

annmmnininimnimmmniinmnTnnnniinnirnfnmmK E HEADQUARTERS FOR Stwt AND Ammunition 1 ..Cash Ha irdl war.. 1 j Leader in Low Prices. 1 üuuaiiiiiiiiiiüiütiuiiiimuiiiüuuiiiaiaunuiüiiiiituu TLbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertisements to appear In TDE TKIBUNE must be i before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the issue of that weekPlymouth. Ind.. Kovrmber 28, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Wood wanted at this office on si' scriDtion. Mrs. F. M. Maner has gone to South Bend to spend Thanksgiving. Mrs. J. M. Beetle and children went-to South Bend on a week's visit. Mrs. Harleisrh Vanrxlt went to Chicago on a week's visit with friends. I Mrs. Joseph Milligan went to Bour- j bon on a week's visit with relatives. i A new telephone, number 180, has been installed in the home of Dr. Bur-1 ket. ' Mrs. John Martin went to Logansport on a week's visit with friends j and relatives. Mrs. John Mclnery went to Indianapolis to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Shill...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 November 1901

COMBINE OF RAILROADS OPPOSED BY ROOSEVELT Promoters of Gigantic Scheme are on Dangerous Ground in Seeking to Unite Transportation Lines and Government Control May Result. Washington, D. C, Nov. 22 President Roosevelt's message has a strong chapter on trusts and another on interstate com merce. Without attempting to suggest the power of legislation the President calls the attention of congress to the danger of the former and the inadequacy of the interstate-commerce law. The President's position on both these questions is in line with the sentiment of the west and against the attempt to merge the control of the f?reat transcontinental railroads. It has not been fully determined whether the federal government will take any action against the control of the Northern Pacific and Great Northern railroads, by the purchase of a majority of stock in each, by the Northern Securities company organized under the laws of New Jersey. It is believed by attorneys in the department of justice that ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 November 1901

Zbc XEubune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in TFIE TKIBUNE must be i before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the issue of that weekPljraouth, Ind.. Kovrmbrr 28, 1901. LOCAL NEVS Mrs. L. O. Feters srent Sunday in Chicago. Wood wanted at this office on subscriDtion. Mrs. O. R. Teterson went to Chicago on a short visit. ' A. R. Clizbe is confined to his room with a severe indisposition. Otto Knoblock is visiting friends and relatives at Donaldson. Mrs. J. M. Cross has ret irned from a business trip to Indianapolis. Mrs. James Beyer and children went to Indianapolis to spend Sunday. "When a man thinks he is perfect he has become a mental and moral dwarf. Mrs. Charles Convey has gone on a short visit with friends in South' Rend. Mrs. M. L. Maritzen has gone on a short visit with friends in South Rend. Mrs. James McCabe has gone on a two weeks' visit with relatives in South Rend. Mrs. A, Rolton has returned from Culver where she has been visit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 November 1901

CORRECT I ON INDIANA'S LEGISLATURE 2. BY ONE WHO WAS THERE. The assembly that gathers at Indianapolis every two years to enact laws for the state is com posed mainly of small lawyers, well-to-do-farmers, ambitious editors, popular tradesmen and a few physieians,insurance agents and union labor men. In the main they are -shrewd, quiet and honest; but their shrewdness is limited to their usually narrow experience, their quiet habits are disturbed by the new opportunities of their unaccustomed life in the city, and their honesty is even to themselves an unknown quantity when tested by undreamed-of temptations. They are usually narrow-minded and slow to receive new ideas, but when an idea is once firmly grasp -J they adhere to it tenaciously,, often without understanding it. If they arc not native Americans, as they almost invr.rSably are, they are fully Americanized in their ways and habits of thought. There are alwajs a few first-class men among them and the intelligence and integrity...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

TT TT UK. T WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1901. NO. 1) THE MESSAGE What the President Says on Important Subjects. TRUSTS AND RECIPROCITY How He Would Deal With These Problems. He Declares Publicity Is at Present the Ocklj Sure Remedy Against Evils of Combinations While Opposing Any General Tariff Chang!, lie Upholds the Principle of Reelproclty Advocates Reduction of Doty on Cuban Imports Into" This . Country Importance of Dnlldlna the Isthmian Canal and the Paclflo Cable Creed The Philippines and Other Insular Questions. Washington, Dec. 3. The president ta his annual message to congress says: The congress assembles this year under tue shadow of a great calamity. On the Cth of September President McKinley was shot by an anarchist while attending the Pan-American exposition at UufTalo and died in that city on tli3 14th of that mouth. Of the last seven elected presidents te is the third who has been murdered, and the bare recital of this fact is su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

XEbe tüdbune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGliHSBEE, Editor. Tclepüone No. 157. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. DVKBTISIXO BATES will be made known on application. Entered the P ostoffice at Pijmtuth. Ind., as second class mutter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance Suy; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months o cents, delivered at any postoffice. 'Plymouth, Ind., November 28, 1901. S. E. Harris has again become the owner of the New s-Mirror, J.C. Shuler retiring". Brother Harris is warmly welcomed to his old place in the journalistic ranks. An editor ought not to array the poor against the rich, the unfortunate against the successful, nor class against class. He ought not to be a pessimist, but rather an optimist, not an iconoclast but an architect, not a preacher of discontent but an evangel of good cheer and hope. The t remendous strides maae by the United States during the past three or four years are yet but dim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

ABOUT VEAL Indiana University Student Crowds Much Experience Into a Busy Month, Including Elopement and Disappearances. Chicago, Nov. 29 Into five -weeks of the seventeen years of his life Henry H. Henley, son of Attorney J. K Henly, 5037 Grand boulevard, has, it is said, crowded a disappearance from the University of Indiana, a visit to Indianapolis, elopement with a young woman of that city to Chicago, marriage, and a second disappearance this time presumably to New York. For all these statements the father of the young man is authority, with the explanation that his son frequently has intervals when impulse drives him to embarrassing acts. The peculiar caprices of young Henley became public when the father sought the aid of the police in locating the missing boy. The present disappearance brought to a sudden end a honeymoon of several days spent with his bride at the Palmer house. The wife, according to her husband's father, has returned to her home in Indianapolis, heartsick and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

XEbe föribune. Established October 10. 1901. , HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H. B. OGIiBSBHB, Editor. Telepnooe No. 527. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. f VDYEBTIS1NG BATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., as second class matter. - SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50 Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, deFvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., December 5, 1901. William Waldorf Astor, the expatriated American multi-millionaire, has once more had it impressed upon him that his naturalization as a British subject has been in yain. . He has been snubbed. lie took occasion to make a public denial of a rumor that he had purchased the famous Battle Abbey, whereat the London papers, with significant unanimity expressed satisfaction that the historic pile had remained the property of "an Englishman." Willie knows by much sad experience that the way of the tufthunter is hard. The democratic press, pu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

LADIES THOSE. FOOD They are fine You car throW aWay the choppingknife and Wooderv boWl CALL AND IS) ucc-t LEADER IN HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advert!. men's to arPMi" 'n TTIE TKIRUF. must i- bffi reTudy rnon to insure tnfcif nppvaran- e in the i-Mie of that week. pijrocutK Ird.. Decfir.bfr 5. It 01. LOCAL NEWS J A. Ball went to Culver on business. Mrs. John Smith went on a two weeks' visit to Argos. - Miss Minnie Klopp went to -Ilib-bard for a few days' visit. Mrs. Julia Antwerp has gone on a two weeks visit in South Bend. Mrs. Gilbert Gross went to Bourbon for a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. O. W. Kuntz vent to South Bend on a week's visit with friends. Mrs. James Gillas and children weut to South Bend to viisit until after Christmas. Mrs. John Spring-er went to Logansport to visit her daughter, Mrs. Clem Sponge of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. CTKeefe and daughter Esther went to Chicago for a week's visit with relatives. Miss Hilda Ilangan went to South Bend to-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

MAXINKUCKEE Most Thoroughly Studied Body of Water in the World. United States rish CoiruiIssibn Knows AW About Our Beautiful Lake Some Interesting Tacts Atxxit lis Tish ond Turtles os Well lis Its Physical Characteristics Edibility of the Coot. Washington, Nov. 30 On the Mall, -where Sixth street intersects, not far from the Pennsylvania station, stands an unpretentious three-story brick building, the home of the United States Fish cum mission, presided over by Geo. M. Bowers, commissioner. Tne entire lower floor is used as a museum, though this does not seem to be generally known. One tank will arouse the curiosity of an Indianian. It bears the label: TURTLES FROM LAKF. MAXINKUCKEE. Common soft-shelled turtle (aspidonectesspinifer); common Snapping turtle (chelydra serpentina); common. Musk turtle, or stink pot (aromochelys odoratus); common Map turtle ('raphtemys geographicus); ucundant. Painted . Vai'tle (chrysomys marginata); abundant. Speckled tortoise (clemmys guttatus); rare....

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

Ubc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear 1n TI1ETKIBCNE must be i before Tufd ;r noon to Insure tnetr appearan.e in tLe Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. Kovfmbcr 28. 1901. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. AnniQuinlan went to Bourbon to spend Su.iday. Mrs. Charles Crane went to Lapaz on a two weeks' visit. Miss IXetta Seiders went to South Bend to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Boneta Pierce went to South Tend to visit over Sundav. m Miss Laura Witter went to Argos on a short visit with friends. Basil Williams is up and around after an illness of several weeks. Miss Effie Conger returned Saturdayevening from a few days' visit at South Bend. Mrs. John Hamlin and children went to Culver on a two weeks' visit with friends. Mrs. James "Williard and daughter, Bessie, went to Chicago for a few weeks' visit. John Kuszmal, of the basket factory, is confined to his home with a severe illness. Misses Elsie Cherub, Ethel Briner, Julia Marran went to South Bend to spend Sunday. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 5 December 1901

r r - Tyner Items." i jr.Mr. Hubert Beagles, sr.. .yj si ted over Sunday in South Bend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. Parish, of Lapörte, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. J. E. Johnson. Walter Davis, of Teegarden, and his cousins from Ohio, were calling on friends here Sunday evening. Frank Stanley, of South Berd, returned home Monday after visiting here several days with his mother. Amos Sarber was seriously injured on the head yesterday while in the woodsiauling logs. lie is reported better at this writing Wednesday. Rev. Luke is holding a series of meetings at the U. B. church. Attendance and interest good. Justin Myers and wife, of Teegarden, entertained on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Sevbold and children of Plvmouth, Mr. and Mrs. John Nye and Mr. and Mrs. Chase of In wood. Mi Bessie Johnson visited with friends at Argos last Aveek. Mr. and Mrs. Britton, of North Dakota, are visiting with the former's sister, Mrs. Deagles. Dixon Lake Ripples. Jack Siddal ir oved back to Plymouth last...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

fTTTLJT TT? PLYMOUTH I 1L1U WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1901. Ill I i 1 :4 HI I . f '1" 4 FAILING Mrs. McKinley Mourning? Her Life Away. Tor Hours rhe Distressed Widow Sits Grieving Beside the 1 omb of Her Murdered Husband rears that she Nay Hot survive the Winter. Cincinnati, O.. Dec. 10 The visit of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Dawes to Mrs. McKinley at her home in Canton is thought here to be significant. Reports from Canton, while exceedingly guarded, are to the effect that the condition of Mrs. McKinley is regarded with great anxiety by the family and close friends. It is generally understood that Mrs. McKinley never fully recovered from the effect of her experience on her California trip and her illness in San Francisco. Then came the shock of her husband's tragic end. While she appeared to endure tbis shock fairly well, it has developed since that the heart-creaking strain made serious inroads on her physical and mental strength. In fact it is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

Ube Utibtme. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H B. OCLESBEB, Editor. IViepiuiiie So. Ml, OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center anJ Laporte Street. uVKBTISINO RATES will be made koowr od applicationEntered the FostofEce at Plj mouth. Iod., 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., December 12, 1901. The decision of the federal supreme court in the insular coses will hardly be a surprise to Aguinaldo. Ever .since he met General Funston he has felt that the Philippines belong to Uncle Sam. THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE AXATICIIY. A grim commentary upon the folly of the anarchist pcsition was afforded bv the attitude of the law toward m this very criminal who had just taken the life of the president. The people would have torn him limb from limb if it had not teen that the law he de fied was at once invoked in his behalf. So far from his deed bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

BIG DITCH Congress Will Hurry Legislation for Isthmian Canal. Senate Committee Unanimous in Re- - port ravoriivj Ratification of HayPauncefote Trealu and Members o Both Branches Anxious to Pus Canal to Carlu Completion Under Pull American Ccnirol. Washington, D. C. Dec. 7 The action of the foreign-relations committee of the senate yesterday in unanimously agreeing to report favorably the HayPauncefote treaty indicates the spirit of congress in favor of speedy work on canal legislation. The committee discussed every phase of the treaty, and while objections were expressed to the neutrality article, the treaty was agreed upon by unanimous vote, and it will be so reported to the senate next Monday. Senator Cullom will move an executive session on Monday, and continue to insist on such sessions until the treaty is disposed of. There is the same spirit in the senate as shown in the committea. There are minor objections, but they will be waived to clear the decks for legislative action on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

Zhz Tribune, Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Fl B. OGUBSBEB, BdltOP. Telepiione JSo. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. S'VKBTISING KATES will be mvieknomT on arr.licntion. Entered the PoMoffce at PJjnrouth. Ind., as second clai9 matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yar In Advance $1.50 Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. CANNIBALISM JUSTIFIED PYTHIAN FUNCTION Plymouth, Ind., December 12, 1901. This year's Christmas shopping in Chicago is said to be breaking all records, and 99 per cent of the people who are doing the buying are not shareholders in the trusts. One of those inexplicable errors that occasionally arise to aimoy editors led ustocreditto the South Bend Times an article headed "Lou McDonald in South Bend" when it should have been credited to the South Bend Tribune. We can only apologise. The appointment of Frances E. Baker, of Goshen, to the federal bench as the successor of Judge "W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

XEbe Tribüne HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TOE TUIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., December 12, 1901. LOCAL NEWS .Will Craig has returned from South Bend. Mr. Sherman Clove is visiting at Argos. Walter Butcher has gone to Sheldon. 111., to work. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman . IIull went to Argos yesterday. Miss May Adams has gone to Chicago for the winter. Grant Tank, of Walkerton, was in this city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gillard went to South liend for a short stay. Mr. Gust Keller went to South liend Monday on business. Mrs. Geo. Dietel has gone to Mishawaka for a week's stay. Agnes Fence has gone to Donaldson for a vi jit of a few days. Mrs. Charles Jaymone has gone to l'eru to visit her parents. Mrs. Swearingen went to South . Bend to visit her daughter. Mrs. Joseph Smith went to Argos after visiting her son Dick Shakes. Mrs. John Stevenson from South Bend is the guest of Mrs. J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

TRADE NEWS Business Retarded bu Traffic Gonoestion and Labor Questions. Corn Making Sensational Gains and Wheat Sympathetic (illj rollowlng In its Wake-Influence of President's Message Host Assuring. New York, Dec. 7 Dun's "Weekly Review ot Trade today says: If any overcautious investor, manufacturer, or business man felt the least anxiety regarding legislation at the present session of congress, President Roose velt's calm and temperate coun sei must have been most reas suring. There is little evidence of conservatism, however, in the vigorous prosecution of work, productive capacity promising to reach much broader limits early next year. Current trade js of ample dimensions but traf fic congestion grows worse, and labor controversies add to the embarrassment of shippers. If consignments of fancy goods for the holiday trade are delayed much longer there will be serious loss. .. Staple products continue ad vancmr, corn makinsr a most sensational gain. Extraordinan ly high prices for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

CHRISTMA 3f iff 5fc For Christmas Gifts 3? iff- I üf iff iff i iff iff üf iff iff iff iff Buck's A New Line that : 3Z PRES Buck's Cash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES XCbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIBUNE must be I before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance lo the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., December 12, l&Ql. LOCAL NEWS Iiobert Jcffery has gone to Fort "Wayne. Charley Wickey has returned from Chicago. Will Murphy is the father of a tine baby boy. Miss Mary McKague went to Chicago Saturday. Mrs. Blancbard went to Culver to visit friends. Miss Emma Switzer left Saturday for Etna Green. Charles Lawrence tx cime the father of a baby boy Friday. Mrs. Wolf his gone to Culver after visiting Mrs. John Bender. Miss Bertha Stockyen has gone to Culver to visit her mother. Mrs. Edith Carpenter returned from a week's visit at South Bend. WANTED Girl to do general housework. Call at this office, dwtf Mr. and Mrs. Jame...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 12 December 1901

; , , M JA ri 7 ?s r-. v iv v . SSÖ! MM I.! r , Ii U T J 1 Fi HYMlfOWCQWTi Tj f T h i Vw i h ,' i 1 iPSfp fir gär gär f ' i . -j jM ; i i - This year -we will combine our RED LETTER SALE with our 25th ANNIVERSARY SALF mVn tU t S j . sale ever, held in Plymouth. It will pay people for miles around to attend this grfatt of alt tdes' W !,pect Zn ' our mammoth stock at prices heretofore not heard oh We never again will be able- to fiivc the people of MarSaf C r ? T "A-? Anniversary Sale, and therefore want this one to be befitting the occasion, and will spare no eff to sdl tondfnt " 7 ? store with bargain seeking people for the rest of the vear All nrir mJ, Lf , g d$ at Pr,ces tIlat W,H fiI1 m,r for this RED LETTER-25th ANNIVERSARY SALE. P " " l'P' and "" "ew a"d-attraCtivc r- - mmm Shopping Made Easy WITH OUR STOCK TO SELECT FROM A Special Rug Offering Wilton Velvet Rugs, full sizes, with fringe on ends, vorth anywhere $2.00, each SI. 49 Scarfing Reduced Fancy Dresserand Sideboard Scar...

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