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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 June 1903

mm and Strictly Piire AT cycles gash hardware LEADER IN XTbe .XEtibune.; HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TK1B ONE muit be In before Tue-day noon to Insure tneir appearance in the Issue oi that week. ' ..'.-' Plymouth, Ind., June II. 1903. : ptmuttu 1 a irvr-Ai fVTPiAc Garwood, the druggist. ; Dr. Pinther, of Chicago, spent Sunday with Miss Lura Sicvers. . t. Mrs. Seibert has returned to-Hamlet after a visit la this city. Miss Fannie Z-irn, of South Bend, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Mcsdames II. G. and G. II. Thayer were Bourbon v sitors Monday. , . Mrs. II. J. Mitchell visited over Sunday at Edwardsville, Michigan. Mrs. Titbetts went to Bourbon Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Tyrell. Ed Neil, of East St. Louis, came home Saturday for a visit of several days. Mrs. William Ormond has gone to Decatur, Ind.. to visit her mother, Mrs. Scott. Isaac naag and Frank Bennett, of Tyner, transacted business in . this city Mtnday. Ralph Jacoby, who has b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 June 1903

P But Not Yet Too Much Worried by the Approach of an Inundation. 1IU0H DAMPER OVEÜ IN ILLINOIS Hannibal. Pia., In Some Anxiety ai to What Is Com ins Latest from Topeka and Kansas City. St. Louis, June 4. Slo-wly the Mississippi is creeping up the levee here. The surface of the river is thickly bestrewn with driftwood. A number of frame houses, submerged all but the roofs, passed St. Louis. In North St Louis employes of the lumber yards located along the river spent all day removing the piles of lumber THK EADS BKIDGE, ST. LOTTIS. from the proximity of danger. In South St. Louis several houses along the river's edge have been flooded, but the occupants hare removed their property ar.d vacated. Among those who will feel the losses most heavily are the small truck farmers and gardeners along the Iliver. des Peres, near its confluence with the Mississippi. Mora SrIoan Over In Illinois. On the Illinois side there Is a more serious flood condition. Venice. " situated north of East St. Lou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 June 1903

be tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertisements to appear In THE TKIB UNE mcdt be In before Tuesday noon to insure tneir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June II, 1903. I 5 LOCAL NEWS & J Wayne Johnson, of Peru, wxs in Plymouth Thursday figuring on tue purchase of a livery stable. Mrs. Elizabeth Morehouse has retnrned to her home at Etna Greeu after visiting relatives in this city. Miss Adelia Custer has returned to her home at Indianapolis alter a visit of a few days with her son in this city. Loss by floods in Kansas is estimated at 810,000,000. Corn crop is said to be entirely destroyed oyer a wide region. Mr. and Mrs. William Sears returned to Chicago Thursday after a visit of a week in this city and vicinity. Mrs. Charles Wenslerand son, Fred, of Fort Wayne, are visiting the family of John Wensler near the Brownlee bridge. Miss Laura Boss entertained six Bremen ladies at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boss, Thursd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 11 June 1903

DEATH RIDES A FLOOD Sudden Sweep of Waters into a Valley in South Carolina I Plays Havoc. EUIN OF MUCH MILL PEOPERTI Death Boll Likely to Zlonnt Up to as llany as Fifty. Ixsa to the Mill Owners Estimated at $3,500,000 Fatal Disaster at a Leree Near St. Louis. Columbia, S. C, June S. Latest details estimate the loss of property by the flood that struck the rejnon about Spcrtansburg Friday right, at $3X00,000, and the loss of life greater than at first expected. Sparta nsbur?, S. C, June 8. A torrential rain storm visited this region, resulting in general destruction of life and property. All .the bridges and trestles on the main line of the Southera railway -vere washed away. The greatest destruction of life and property occurred at the Pa cole t and Clifton and Glendale cotton mills. More than two score of people weredrowned, mostly mill operatives. Instruction of the Pacolet 31111s. The agent of destruction was water. The rains became a flood. The illfated Pacolet cotton mills were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

We Give Tradiog Stamps for the full (Amount of All Subscriptions to Tr)e Tribune. ID)' 11 ir. VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, JUNE 18, 190. NO. ni PLYMOU i CATACL 1IC HAVQC Frightful Fate Sweeps Down on a Town of 1,200 People in Oregon. TOEEEUT BUE3T3 OYEB THE PLACE Eid Eiliared to Unabcr Here Thm rirt Hundred. EOTEX. ADD 0TJOT3 CO C0T7S T7bole Pazstlle Ar flume rona la the Deatn notl T7U of TTater Twea t y Post X21&-I ßaibe Ore the'Yrlley. Portland, Ore.. June 13. The most appalling disaster in the history of this state occurred about 6 p. m., when the town of Ileppner was almost entirely destroyed by a flood. Heppner is the county seat of Morrow county,, and has about 1,200 inhabitants.- The most reliable reports at this writing state that the loss of life at Ileppner will be at least fiOO, though the number of dead probably is larger. All the telegraph and telephone lines are down, and no accurate Information can be secured. A report from Iona, seventeen miles ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

TEbe tribune. Established October 10, 10C1. Onlj Republican Newspaper la ths County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Bisseil Bullding, Corner Larorte fend Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION IiATES-One Year. In advance, 11.50; Six Months, 73 cents; Three Month. 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth. Ind.. June 18. 1903. Russia insists that she does not need any outside aid, as she is perfectly able to are for the suffering survivors of the Kishineff massacre But will she? Exports of manufactures in April amounted to $40,000,000, a total never reached before in the same month. Anerlcan sa'es abroad of manufactured products haveJipled since 1893. The poltiical atmosphere of Eng land seems surcharged wltlisurprlses. The move of the ministry in favor of a protective tariff has set all the party leaders wondering what will happen ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

RESISTLESS FLOODS Sweep Away the Barrien Raised at East St. Louis and Swamp tha Town. XNOWH LOSS OF LIFE IS ELEVUN Hay Be Xlore When All the Missing Are Accounted For. Ilalf the City Is a Big Lake and the Other Half Is Threatened with Inundation Kansas Flood Sufferers. St. Louis, June 11. Almost twothirds of the ter.itory embraced by East St Louis, 111., is under from tuo to fifteen feet of -water. Iietween twilight Tuesday nisht and ilsivrn yesterday eleven lives were sacrificed to the anirry waters. r.nd damajre which no man attempts to estimate lias been done to ftroperty. Those who were likelv to have knowledge which would cn- j able them to fo m a ron?h estimate, when questioned, pointed out over the broad expanse of destructive water a Cd ahüost invariably replied: "Look! It's awful,' and turned away. The town was demoralized, and wiih reason. Tried Hard to Save the Town. .Irobably never before In the history of the count; y has a mere valiant tight Ik en made to protect lives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

TZhc TObime. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newap&per In tha County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE B'.sseli Bulldlnz, Corner LPort and Center btreets. Telt phone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance, 1.50; SIi Month?, 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 cent, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING KATES made known oa application. . Entered at the postofflce at Pis month, Indiana, 9 second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 18, 1903. Servian methods of dealing with political opponents recall the anecdote of the historic character, who, on his deathbed, was exhorted by his conlessor to forgive bis enemies. I have none," was the comfortable reply; "they are all dead." The job of selecting a democratic candidate for the presidency continues to absorb the attention of numerous well-meaning journalists and their labors illustrate the truth of the political maxim that the easiest men to nominate are the hardest to elect. Democratic paper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

(5c n f HI The Best Grade of Standard Binder Twine at Guaranteed as good as .made. BUCK'S CASH HAflDUAflE LEADER IN LOW PRICES Ube Udbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers! Advertisement to appe&r In TBE TKIB ON mut be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr aopeir&oce In the Issue of tb&t week. Plymouth, Ind., June 18, 1903. n I & LOCAL NEWS & J Mrs. Ilarley Logan is spending this week in Cbicagu. Miss Daisy Styles has returned to her home in Tjner. Williau Kl infer, of South Bend, Is visiting In this city. Ned and Clara Kilmer are visiting relatives at Monticlio. Ind. Typewriter ribbons and carbon paper for sale at The Tribune". . Edward A. Hank returned to bis home in Chicago Tuesday morning. B. Stoops, of Castleton, Ind., is visMiss S. Ripple, of South Bend, attended commencement exercises. Mrs. E. W. Reeves has gone to - South Bend for a visit of a few days. Miss Edith Babcock has returned to Rochester, where she...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

i L Ü f 7 .VI SLAUGHTER ;. OF ROYALTY Servia Does a Deed That SaTors of the Middle . Ages. ZING, QUEEN AND FRIENDS DIE At the Hands of . a Killing Party Detailed from the National Army. NEW GOVERNMENT PROVIDED Prince Karnseorgevitch' Proclaimed Kin?, and the Servians Seem to Consent with Great Pleasure. ; I Belgrade, June 12. Servia has supplied the world with "a great national tragedy. King Alexander and Oucen Draga, with the queen's sister and b'otber, Premier Markoviteh and other ministers were killed by the military early yesterday morning as a climax to the troubles of the monarchy. The fallowing is the official list of the tilled: ' ' KING ALEXANDER. QUEEN 1)11 AG A. THE QUEEN'S TWO BROTHERS. PREMIER MARKOVITCII. THE MINISTER OF WAR. TWO AIDES-DE-CAMP AND TWO OTHER OFFICERS. The time of thearsassination isgiven es 2" a. m. Why the Army Took Tart. While the mainoutlines of the events which took place within the royal palace are known the details are conflicting, owing to the ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

r-LOORS The best, most durable finish ever manufactured for either hard or soft wood floors. FURNITURE Makes old furniture look like new. WOOD WORK Marred, scratched and worn, when coated with Jap-a-lac is renewed and beautified. FRONT DOORS Makes an old weather-beaten door artistic. DRIES with a brilliancy not equaled by any other high-grade varnish that is both durable and artistic. HSTLEY öt HESSi. TLhc TEtibune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIB UNE mcjt be in before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June 18. 1903. I s LOCAL NEWS&I dB Utt Master Carl Houghton is visiting his grandparents at CuWer. Mrs. Prosper Ball is visiting relatives at Valparaiso and Chicago. Mrs. Livinghouse, of "Wheeler, stopped here on her way to Laporte. Mrs. George Vinall and Mrs. Charles Roseobury spent Thursday at Walker ton. Wm. Everlj went to ITobart Thursday to purchase brick for the Inwood schoo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 18 June 1903

IS ED READY FDR (1 STRIKE ESCAPE HT ffl n r.: FURNISHED BV To Help the Cooks and Waiters Win Against the Hotel and Restaurant Keepers. Miners' Representatives on tho Gray Conciliation Board Are Duly Choses. Anthracite Coal Miners Would Need but Little Urgmgfor a Six Months' Lay Off. Convicts Hid Deadly Weapons Hidden, Intending to Fight Th3;r Way to Liberty. GRESSNER & COMPANY Owners cf the onlv Ab'traet liooks In S ihe c nnty. Abstract of title io all land- in Mart-liall county compiled C promptly and accurate, y. nOSTMPATH T l ICTIO 1 PIA 10 TO m iwi iuhbbI 19 Olli llüPf Q a BO SAY3 ONE OF THEIR LEADEE3 At a Merlin? to Discuss the Concilia- " tlon Board Question Mitchell Has the Gavel. Kcranton, Pa., June 10. The special convention of the United Mine Workers of the three anthracite districts, called for the purpose of dealing with the refusal of the operators to recognize the conciliators appointed by the Joint executive board, opened here with National President John ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

We Give Trading Stamps for the Full Amount of All Subscriptions to Tfye Tribune. TMP PLYMOUTH LJ LJ LJ J Recorders Offico feb03 I VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1903. NO- U 1 1GIII1 III THE LEAD When a Mob in Delaware Breaks into a Jail for a Victim. 1JEGE0 WRETOH 13 0LLMA1ED Q-ardj at the Jail Fire on the Hob and "Wound Four. Resistance la Feeble, and Darning ct the Stake Again Takes Place . in the United State. ' Wilmington, DeL, June 23. A northern mob, letyby a Virginian, burned a negro at the stake within a few miles of Mason and Dixon's line. The 4 victim was George F. White, a negro 'Just out of the workhouse, who was accused of having feloniously assaulted and stabbed to death. XIlss Helen S. Bishop, the 17-year-old daughter of Rev. E. A. Bishop. Th crime was committed the afternoon of June 15, r.nd ever since then there had been mutterings of rnob law. An effort was matle Sunday night to get "White, but it failed. Foor Thousand la the Mob. However, as a res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

XTbe TEttburie. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newepper in th County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE BSssell Building Corner L Porte tnd Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adT&uce, 11.50; Sli Months. 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered ttt any postofflce ADVERTISING KATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Pl mouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. June 25. 1903. It may possibly be a dishonor to be true to one's p litical friends. It is certainly so when to be true to political friends makes it necessary to be false to the public. Elkhart Review. Three election judges b'ayö been sent to jail for three months by a Chicago court, which shows that practical politics doesn't always workout according to the plans and specifications. Walter Wellman, the well known newspaper correspondent, says the administration at Washington has taken a firm stand on the propositio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

METCALF EIS BOUNCED Posval Official Who Was Guilty of an Indiscretion Gets a "Fire" Envelope. F0R3E2Y IS NOW LAID TO MACHEN For Which lie la To Be Indicted, They Say Bi.tow8 Report on the Smith Administration. Washington, June 18. As a result of alleged indiscretion in matters per taining to the award of cont acts for printing the money order forms of the government James T. Metealf, for many years superintendent of - the money order system of the postoffice department, has been removed from cftice by the postmaster general. The dismissal is the result of acts of Metcalf In opposition to the. bid of Paul Herman, et Ruthe: ford, N. J., the lowest bidder by $43.000, and in favor of the next highest bidder, the WynkoojK Ballenbeck-Crawford company, of New Tork, of which Metcalfs son Is an mploye, Metealf was appointed from Iowa. Xxplaaatlea of tba Cm. The Wynkoop-Hallenbeck-Crawford company has been the contractor for the money order blanks for sixteen years. Paul Herman, the lowest bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

Übe XMbune. Established October 10, 1901. Onlj Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Building, Corner LnPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SCBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in advance. $1.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Month, 40 cents. delivered at any posiofiice ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the potof9ce at Plj mouth, Icdlana, as second-class mail Matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 25, 1903. Iowa democrats have decided to cast out Byranisrr, but a strong minority is making a vigorous kick. Several of Mr. Bryan's close persona) and political frienes have of late declared themselves quite fayorable to the nomination of Judge' Alton B. Parker for the presidency. How Mr. Bryan himself feels about the matter ift not known. Porto Rico is shipping to the United States nearly $1,000,000 worth of products monthly and buying about the same amount in this country. A commerce of $24, 000,0C0 a year with the island i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

(Sc THI The Best Grade of Standard Binder Twine at 10. c Per Pound Guaranteed as good as made. DUCK'S GASH HARDÜARE LEADER IN LOW PRICES ! TTbe TZtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBETKIB ONE mc4t be In before Tuesday noon tolnore tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind, June 25. 1903. I & LOCAL NEWS & Miss Blanche Richards has gone to Chicago for a visit of three weeks. Mrs. S. II. Shafer has returned to Roann after Tisitlng relatives here. Miss Mar j Patterson is spending a few weeks with relatives in Chicago. Excursion train to Michigan City over the Lake Erie line next Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Davis is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mealy. Adolph Koontz, of Philadelphia, is visiting his mother and sister in this city. Mrs. McGary and family, of Fort "Wayne, are visiting at Michael Ryan's. Bert Cleveland returned to Indianapolis today after a visit of a week in this city. Mrs. E. II. Mow, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

ISSUE IS 1IIIT0ÜS Presented by an Injunction Granten by a Judge Against Your Uncle Sam. STOPS THE LAUNCH OF A WARSHIP If It Is Executed, but the Washington Authorities-Talk of Setting It at Defiance. Richmond, Va., June 19. Judge Grinnan, of the Richmond chancery court bas granted an injunction restraining Lieutenants Thelss and Grosdeck, of the United States navy, from proceeding further towards the launching of the c:uiser Galveston, under construction in the Trigg ship yards here; The Injunction was grant ed on petition of S. IL Hawea & V REAR ADMIRAL BOWLES. Co., of this city, supply creditors of the Trigg company, now In the hands of a receiver, and restrains the gov ernraent officials and nil other persons from in any way interfe.Ing with any of the property at the Trigg yards under control of Lilburn T. Myers, the receiver, and especially the cruiser Galveston and the dredge Benyard, un der construction for the government Lannrhlng Set for Monday. Lieutenants Thei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

FLOORS The best, most durable finish ever manufactured for either hard or soft wood floors. ' FURNITURE Makes old furniture look like new. WOOD WORK Marred, scratched and worn, when coated with Jap-a-lac is renewed and beautified. FRONT DOORS Makes an old weather-beaten door artistic. DRIES with a brilliancy not equaled by any other high-grade varnish that L both durable and artistic. KSTLEY St .HHSSi TLhc TObune HENDRICKS & CO., Publisbers. Adrertlsements to appear in THE TKIB DNE mct be in before Tuesday noon to insure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June 25, 1903. Iä LOCAL NEWS UFR? Master Emory Ilolem is visiting relatives in Walkerton. John Welch is building a good barn on his farm in North township. . Charles Pretty went to Muncie last Thursday for a visit of a few days. II. E. Mallott, of South Bend, transacted business here Thursday. FranK S. South worth " went to South Bend to remain over Sunday. Chew "Stronghold" plug". A perfect che...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 25 June 1903

ill MEAliS HIS no WT.I Neither It Seemc, Be a Candidate for President or Vice Presideit, OHIO MAN KNOWS WHAT HE WAHTB And Will Have Nothing lie Doesnt Talk About Taft and' s Beveridse. Cleveland, O., June 22. In nn Interview Senator Hanna reiterated a recent statement that he was not and "would not be a candidate for the vice presidency, and that if his nomination was made that he would decline to accpt it He said further that his ambitions did not lie in' the direction of the White House and that, nothing could induce him to alter his decision in the matter. Colonel Myron T. Herrick, whose name also has been mentioned in connection with the vice presidency, said that his sole political ambition was to be elected governor of Ohio,- - - - ' Hanna Would like to 8m 'Em. Colonel Herrick thinks that the present discussion relative to a vice presidential nomination is inopportune. When the refusal of the vice presidential nomination by P.esldent Roosevelt was "cited to Hanna as an illustr...

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