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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 May 1903

VJe Give Trading Stamps for the pull flmount of All Subscriptions to Tr)e Tribune. RIBUN f Kecordor a Office feb03 VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA THUKSD AY, MAY .28,. 1903. NO. U i i : t i w t 4; 1 -Vi ; V If -i i t .1 ! i i AFFLICTED BY STORMS Many Persons Killed in Missouri and IowaHavoc and Ruin in Nebraska. LINCOLN'S LOSS FOOTS UP $100,000 Davey Is a Total Wreck, with Thir teen Persons Injured Four teen Dead in Missouri and Iowa Tempest Is Continuous. Blanchard, la.. May 2T. A roost de structive and fatal tcrnado struck the town of Ehr.o, Mo., eight miles south of Blanc-hard, and just across the Missouri state line. Nine persons were killed outright and five were Injured; . some of whom may die. The dead are: C. C. Calhoun, Cassius Bell, J. J. Alvis, Leonard Bradley, Mlnton Huff, Gus Hnff,.Orcn Strangler, D. L. Starker, and George Perry. Injured: Ed Etherton, George Ilnff, A. L. McElvain, Harry Moss and El mer Morgan. Where the Deadly Work Wa Done. The storm came from the northeast...

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. — 28 May 1903

f " "i i : t ! ; i il ,- i . -; 4 i . i .- . - I? - ; t : -? i r - i n - . : 1 vi J i I , y t Tbe tribune. Eaubllabed October 10, 18C1. Only Republican Newspaper In the County HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE BIsscll Building. Corner LaPorte and Center fctreets. Telephone ao.27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad Tance, 11.50; fell Months, 75 cents; Three Month", 40 cents, dellrertd at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known oa ap plication. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, ndl ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., May 28, 1903. The first conviction under the Sher man law has taken place, the first trust that proved too fresh being the salt trust. The one thing most apparent In the list of democrats suggested as possible candidates for the presidency is the impossibility of any one of them being elected. The Russian Jews who come to this country seem to be quiet, industrious men. Wholesale murders of this race in Russia are a blot on the czar's gov ernme...

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. — 28 May 1903

CnOMAFIEIlD Old Man Nearly Murdsred His Daughter Probably Dies by the Same Hand. HEGRO BEUTE THE ONE SUSPECTED Lynching -Snr IT the Culprit la Caught lied ford Stone Quar ries Closing. Lawrencebunr.Ind., Mny 23. Posses ttlth bloodhounds ire scouring the country around Marxhestcr for a negro who waylaid and assaulted Martin Kaiser and hU daughter Roseag-ed 17 years, near Manchester. Kaiser was found near tiie Big Four tracks in an unconscious condition. After regaining consciousness Kaiser said that a ne gro had assaulted hira with a club and carried his daughter into the wood. nearby. The girl's hat and umbrella was found mar Tanner's creek, and it is believed her tody was thrown into the creek by the negro after he had assaulted and murdered her. Lynching: I Threatened. Kaiser, who is 70 years of age, 13 In a critical condition, ar.d uot expected to live. Kaiser and his daughter had leen to the Homan Catholic church at Yorkville to attend Ascension day serv ices. They rt sod throug...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 May 1903

Qbe tribune. Et&blUbd October 10, 19C1. . . Only Republican Newtpaper In ths County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICB-Blssell Bulling, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephons No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance, 1.50; Six Months, 75 cents: Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVEKTISINO RATES made known on ap- K'"1" WW Entered at the postofflce at Pljmoutb, Inai- - ana, as second-class mau matter. . Plymouth. Ind., May 28,1903. " Reports are current that Secretary of the Navy Moody will soon retire from his present position, and that President Roosevelt has him in mind for a place on the supreme bench or a United States district judgeship. Mr. Moody is credited w ith a fine judicial mind. Clarence S. Darrow, the noted Chi cago lawyer, and attorney for labor trade unionism in an address before the Heiry George association, declaring that many of the organizations are ignorant of the nrinciDles on which a & they are foundeJ. The people ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 May 1903

Hoi P (While it last) is Duck's price on the very best TAKI R BIN DE Guaranteed as good as made or your money back. uck's Cash Hardware LEADER IN Zbe XEdbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Idrertisements to appear in THE TKIB UNE mcjt be in before Tuesday noon to In ore tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. May 28, 1903. I & LOCAL NEWS & f Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alberts have returned from a visit with relatives at Dana, Ind. Mrs. Joseph Lacher spent Sunday In South Bend with her daughter, Mrs. Stein. . Louis Suit and family, of Laporte. visited over Sunday with relatives here returning home Monday. Mrs. Daniel IJaag has returned from Fort Wayne and reports her husband getting along nicely. John Zarp is attaching a new porch to the front of his residence at the corner of Michigan and Louisa streets. Mrs. Arthur Underwood has return ed to her home at South Bend after a visit of a week with her parents in this city". Miss Ethel Jeffrey, who is .'. book keepe...

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. — 28 May 1903

FATAL STORW) WORK Wind Plays Havoc in Kansas, k Where It Has Adopted the . Eight-Hour Day. 1W0 ÄßE KILLED IN ONE OYOLONE Last of Three in the Same County in Twenty-Four Hours. Lightning Does Costljr Damage In In ' dlana, Setting Fir to Tropert j Kanaan Conntrj Laid I Waste. Salinn. K.v.i., May 22. The third cyclone in Salina county within twenty-four hours struck Assaria. Two persons were killed and a dozen or more injured. The dead are: William A. Olson, 13 years old. and IVter Ol Bon. Of the injured none is fatally hurt The house In which the Olsons lived was demolished completely, and the body of the hoy was found thirty rods from where the house had stood. The wind carried the farm house oc cupied by Xels Olsonhur? a distance of five rods. Miss Christine Olsonburp saw the storm crming and escaped from the house a half minute before it was carried away. A terrific rain fol lowed the cyclone. At P.ridpeport, iu, this county, hail fell continuously for twenty minutes, doing great d...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 May 1903

Wm oLIio. iff! Zbe TEribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In THE TKIB UE meat be In before Tuesday noon to in are tnetr appearance In the lssun of that week. Plymouth, Ind. May 28,1903. I LOCAL NEWS & I All railroads give excursion rates for Decoration day. W. II. Love has taken the agency fur the Kalamazoo nurseries in this county. David Wiser shipped one of his washing machines to South Bend Thursday. J. F. Phillips was home from South Bend Thursday preparing to remove his family to that city. Mrs, Matcbette, of Galesburg, Mich., who has been visiting relatives here, went to Tiosa Thursday. Albert Baum, of near Donaldson, left for Decatur. Michigan, Thursday, where he will work on a steam dredge. II. Shafer has returned to his posi tion at Mishawaka after spending a few days with his family in this city. Jesse Green and son, of Terre Haute, returned home Thursday after visiting a few days with J. McNeely. J. C. Bunnell returned from In dianapolis a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 28 May 1903

t 5 T ! f BLACK POIITO IS FREE But Ordered Out of Town Be u cause He Was a Kaiser Murder Suspect. REWARD F03 THE YEAGEE ASSASSIN Attempt to Bribe an Ir dianapolli Of- flci&l Young Chiise Goes to Fowler Note. Guilford, Ind.. May ä. r. . ody of Miss Rosa Kaiser, of Manchester, was found in Tanner's creek. Her skull had been crushed and her face bruised ffnd gashed, showing the terri ble struggle she had made in defense. A post-ruortem on the body developed the fact that she was not raped by her negro slayer, as was supposed, but evidently perished v defense of her honor. Coroner Sales render a ver dict of murder at the hand? of some person or persons unknown, but sup posed to have been two negroes who were seen acting in a suspicious man ner rear the vicinity of the crime short ly before the double assault was eoui "mitted. Negro Saspert T io JkIU A negro suspect. Ixmis Everson. known as "Ilinck Ponto," was ar rested at Cleves and brougt here and incarcerated in the county jail fo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

-v--. w rtjg,it'ttifc tflMiJiwMr!i xetuvtwrw We Give TradiQgiStamps for the Full ( mount of All Subscriptions to Th)e Tribune. iil VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908. NO. 35 PLYMOUTH TRI BÜNE k liiiidt ? li! 's J u I i u if Ü -1 ' 7! - v I vi i 3 1 i DEATH III THE WINDS As Well as the Waters; He Swoops Down on a Georgia Town. EIGHTY-FiyE PERSONS ARE KILLED Uany of These Are Little Children, ; Kill Workers. Topeka's Death Roll Shrinks Very Considerably Kansas City Fig ures Hr' at Fifty Much Suffering in the Flood Belt. Ga'nesvllle Ga., June 2. At this tvritlng the casualties resulting from the cyclone are totaled as follows: Dead, SÖ; fatally hurt, 40. The rrop crty less Is about $300,000. Gainesville, Ga., June 2. Just aft er the noon hour the city was struck by a te:rifie cyclone, killing, proba bly 100 iersons, unroofing the City hotel and other large buildings, and destroying the Gainesville cotton mills. The greatest loss of life is reported In the destruction o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

Übe tEtibune. Establlhö October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFr'ICE-BUsell Bulldlnjr, Corner LPore and Center trtets. Telephone No. 27. icBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance, 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Threr Menth. 40 cents. VUvewd at any postofflce ADVEKTISING KATkS made known on ap plication. Entered at the posteffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 4. 1903. The surprising turn of events dur ing the last few days has given, the posroffice scandal an Importance which it never before possessed. It, of course ic a measure justifies those who have all along claimed the department was honey-combed with corruption. The history of this epistde, when the time comes to write it in full, will form one of the most interesting stories in American politics. The Pittsfleld, Mass., Sua thus gives advice to Groyer Cleveland in relation to the tempting proposition to be a candidate for president a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

MITCHELL CRITICISED President of the Western Federa tion Says Mitchell's Idea Is All Wrong. COMES OUT FOE SOCIALISM PURE Declare the Laborer the Producer; That He Owns What He Pro v duces Strike Note.. Denver, Colo., May 29. The annual report of President Charles Moyer to the convention of the Western Federa tion of Miners, now In session here, has been made public. President Moy er recommends renewal of the declara tions of the convention of last year In favor of socialism and Independent political action. Referring to the set tlement of the anthracite coal miners' strike by arbitration Moyer said: "Can th? leader of this army of men ex pect to hold his organization Intact when he advises them to continue a policy which offers nothing for the future but strife and destitution, and commends the findings cf a board of arbitration selected by the represent atives of capital, which binds the chains of slavery more securely around his membership and deprives them of even the privilege o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

ß MM n WML 7 aim The;HomeofStylishClothing Never were such prices quoted on new, fine, perfect Spring Goöds.För the next 30 days we will show the greatest clothing bargains ever offered to the people of Plymouth and vicinity. We will outdo ourselves to reduce our enormous stock. 2 big floors of goods. This is strong language read it thoroughly. You cannot afford to miss this golden oppor tunity to buy your clothing right. Men's Suit Dept. All of the finest Kirschbaum hand-made and tailored Suits reduced 33 per cent. Any suit in the store at one-third off. This means something to you. Furnishing: Goods 50 dozen regular 50c Work Shirts at 35c 100 dozen fine 75c Negligee Dress Shirts at 50c Boys' & Children's We must reduce this line and have hundreds of suits that must be sold, some at a great loss. Men's Shoe Dept. 10 dozen extra good Shoes. .98c 2ö dozen Selz Shoes $1.25 25 dozen Selz "Top Notch" Shoes, at $1.50 All finest Oxfords and Patent Leathers at one-third off. G. A. It. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

(oc tog Strictly Pure BUCK'S OASII HARDÜARE LEADER IN TEbe TEttburie. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear in THE TKIB TONE meat be In before Tuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. - Plymouth, Ind., June 4 1903. I LOCAL NEWS & f Joseph Bergman and Mr. Enyart, of Peru, were Plymouth visitors Tues day. Mrs. Ella McCormick and daughter, are visiting relatives and friends at In wood. Otto Stahl went to Bourbon. to at tend the reunion of the alumni this evening. Mrs. Joseph Collins has gone to Lima, O., and Pittsburg. Pa., for a visit of a few weeks. Mrs. James M. Lawrence, of Bour bon, returned home Tuesday, after visiting hrr son. In this city. - Miss Kose Langdon, who has been stopping at E. C. Martindale's, has gone to Chicago to spend the summer. D. M. Lemler, who is working for the McCormick Harvester company, transacted business at Donaldson Tues day. " Attorney General Miller, or Goshen, delivered the address to the gradu ates ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

CALAWilTY AT TOPEKA With Part of the Town Wiped Out by Flood Aided by the' F'ames. SCORES OF PEOPLE MEET DEATH Estimates Running Up to 200, Be sides Other Scores Missing. town Cat Off from Help for Hon Watery Havoc Near Kansas Citj, and in Iowa and Nebraska Is Ter rible. Torxka, Kan., June 1. There Is gTound for hope that the worst has passed. The Kansas river is settling back into its rightful channel, outshle of which it. lias been raging for sever al days, doing untold damage to prop erty all along its length, but striking Topeka tho cruelest Mva?. North To peka since noon Saturday litis been the scene of a frightful calamity. With flood first and" fire later that part of the city has been devastated and the other portion of the city was for ho'srs powerless to help. Estimate of of Ufa. Theresult is somewhere ne?r 200 lives lost, and millions of dollars in p.cp erty destroyed. Rescue work 'vas not fully organized until Sunday morning ani yesterday Mas the most memora ble Sunday i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 June 1903

TLbc tribune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THU TKIB UNE mvLt be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tneir appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. June 4. 1903. 2 Ä LOCAL NEWS & j Henry Wvant is In town for a visit of a few davs. II. B. Allen distributed pickle seed at Grovertown Thursday. Joseph Stein transacted business at Argos and Walkerton Thursday. Dr. Aspinall and wife and Mrs. John Miller spent Thursday in Chicago. Sweet Potato Plants for sale. Wil liam Wagner at It. M. Morrill's old stand. 2tdw Mrs. Wolf, of Culver, formerly of thiscitv, is apparently at the point fjf death. Samuel Bloxon, of Grovertown, transacted busiuess in Plymouth Thursday. Harvey Albert drew the grapbo- pbone at George Paul's restaurant last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bower, of Ft. Wayne, who have been visiting h'ere, went to Chicago Thursday. The proposition to bond the town of Culver for $4,500 to build anew school house was defeated. Miss Edith Shride...

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. — 4 June 1903

TRIBUTE TO THE VETERANS. Stirring Words It Patriotism by Indiana's . Senator at Shil oh; Since, all must die, how fortunate to die for an undying cause and under the approving eye of history. So fell those who fell on this field. For they gave their lives to save the life of the nation; and history recites no nobler story than the story of their sacrifice. They thus are the subject not only of our pride and our love, but of our envy. For it is not given to us so to close the volume of our years; and If it were, we dare not say or believe that we would meet that opportunity so graflly as they met it. That tie ground they stood end fought on may he forever marked and that our children may be worthy of the heroes sleeping here, Indiana builds these monuments. Not that she would rear warriors for we pray for per petual peace but that she would have her sons develop souls so great that the giving of their lives for a worthy cause would be to them a welcome thing when the supreme hour coe...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 June 1903

We Give Trading Stamps for the Full Amount of All Subscriptions to Tfys Tribune. PLYMOUTH UNE r der-, om CO VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 1 , 1908. NO. 36 1 IK ID) TOOK A FRESH START River Gives St. Louis a Shock by Starting to Climb the Gauge Again. BEACHES ITS TOP BECORD AT 37.75 Then TaVes a Rest, but Must Soon Be Kapiily Falling Situation in Inundated Towns. St. Louta, J lice 10. Word is re ceived hero -that the water Is 'rushing into East St.. Louis from the south eide in a torrent, and people are flee ing for their lives. The heay pres sure tore away the Illinois Cent.al embankment and swept other bar riers aside and flowed on in a torrent Into the southern portion of the city. At this time it is not known just bow bad the overflow is, or whether the; Is any loss of life. St. Louis, June 10. With an unX peetedness astounding to the tired citi zens of threatened East St. Louis and vicinity and even to Government Fore- Caster Bowie, in St. Louis, the Missis sippi...

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. — 11 June 1903

Übe tribune. Established October 10, 19U1. Only Republican Newspaper In the Countj. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Building-, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year, In ad vance, 11.50; tlx Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known oa ap plication. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as seeond-clHss mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., June II, 1903. Senator Depew 's statement that strikes are the signboards of prosper Ity are measurably comforting. "You never of hear strikes In hard times," declares Mr. Depew cheerfully. A treasury surplus of abcut $44,000,- 000 is in prospect for the fiscal year ending with the present month. The war taxes were abolished last year, but ths republican balance on the right side is still entirely satisfactory. Currency has beea given to a rumor that Harry S. New, late publisher of the Indianapolis Journal, may be ap pointed public ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 June 1903

GRAUD TOUR IS EtJDEO President Arrives at Washington Today from a Trip of Some 14,000 M.Ies. LASTSTOPS AEE MADE IN ILLINOIS At the State Capital He Dedicates a New Arsenal and Armory At tends a College Dedication. Springfield, 111., June 5. President Roosevelt spent four hours in Spring field. The president's special train ar rived at 10:13 a. m. and was g.eeted with a presidential salute of twenty one guns by battery A, of Danville, stationed at thenatiocal Lincoln monu ment. The business houses and resi dences were elaborately decorated with flags and bunting. From the railway station to the arsenal the president -.' - 1 STATE ARSENAL AND ARMORY, was escorted through lines of cheek ing people by Gove. nor Yates; tlu state, fetleral, county and city officials, and the reception committee; Govern or Yates' military staff, troops I), cf Springfield, and G, of Teoria. First cavalry, and the Fifth infantry, Illinois National Guards. On each side of Cap ital avenue, between Sixth and th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 June 1903

Ube Gtibtme. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper, in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., PcBLisnEBS. OFFICE BJssell Bulldinjr, Corner LePorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES Ore Year, in ad Tance. 1.50; Sil Montb. 75 cents; Three Month, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING BATES made known on ap pllcatiob. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-clas9 mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 11, 1903. Clergymen of all denominations in New York will f jrm a union to check alarming tide or divorces. Figures fchowiog that 500,000 divorces have been granted in the United States in twentyyears. IL is encouraging to read that a jury at Cartbae, Mo., convicted and the court gave ten years in the pen itentiary to a white man who led a cub that lynched .a negro. The world does move. The finding of an indictment is not conclusive evidence of guilt, but the grand jury at Washington has fur nished a strong presumptive case again...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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