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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 December 1903

Now is the Time to Butcher BUY A ROBESON BUTCHER KNIftE They are sold under my unqualified guarantee of perfection. Best Knife Money Can Buy Buck's Cash Hardware Leader in uc TEbe Utibune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Adrertiaementi to appear in THE TKIB DNE mc4t be io before Tuesdxj noon to Insure tneir appearance In the laane of that week. Plymouth, Ind, December 3. 1903. : LOCAL NEWS & Mrs, Cully is Yisitingat Aros this week. Mrs. William Strunk spent Tuesday in Inwood. J. E. Ellis transacted business in Rochester Tuesday. Mr.' and Mrs. Walters, of Walkerton, were Plymouth visitors Tuesday. John Gast has moved bis family to Culver wbere be ba3 a tin sbop. The funeral or Mrs. Prosper Ball was very largely attended today. Mrs. J. J. Vinallhas been visiting her daughter in South Bend this week. George Ray was the guest of Miss Orpha Koch at Liukville last Sunday. Mrs. Jasper Perry, of Inwood, visited in this city a few days this week. J. Frank Ray arid Mrs. C...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 December 1903

.- k Füll AT IE BMODET Britishen Uujh While Choate and Dry an Make a Few Political Allusions. ovATiorr fou raa usssasean Who 8i to Care Spcl Cue fbr the 6 London. Nov. 27. Thanksgiving Uaj was celebrated by the American society In London at a banquet given t't tbe Hotel CeciL There w er over 400 covers. William Jennings Eryan war the guest of honor. The speeches while flavored by the nsual seasonal cL.er and references to Anglo-American fri?ad'inss developed particular the custom of Americans, torn from their native shores, to gather annually and return thanks. The American society la London had now among ttem another of these exiles, for whom personally lit, as ambassador, bad been doing the best he could. He had taken Kryan to Visit the Bank of Engr land, where he was able to study the fiscal question In its native lair. EMBASSADOR 70SZPH II. CHOATX. Iy into a duel of repartee, good natnred but almost sub-acid, between Bryan and Choate. There was a number of notable guests at the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 December 1903

st m The Only Perfect Heating Stove Ever Made, FOR SKLE IN ÄSTLEY Zbc Zxibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBE TKIB DNE mcjt be i before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., December 3, 1903. LOCAL NEWS & .-to Bert Cleveland returned to Indianapolis Friday. John E. Johnson, of Walkerton, was a Plymouth visitor Fridaj. Roy Allen and family went to Donaiason ioaay to visu over aunaay. lion. M. A. O. Packard made a business trip to Indianapolis Friday. The Plymouth football team beat Laporte Thursday by a score of 17 to 0. John D. Thomas, of Bourbon, spent Thanksgiving with his brother at Onarga, 111. Benjamin and Dessie Durbin came home frome from South Bend to remain over Sunday. Mrs. Henning has returned to her home at Wanatah after a visit with relatives in Plymouth. Vera Snyder and Earl Ritchey, of Bourbon, have secured positions on the Van d ali a railroad. James Wilson, of Elkhart ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 3 December 1903

i i. - r We Close All Day on Christmas TQ E SURE to bear the fa (ft in mind. Mak your lftiota rly and get tH advantage of compltt stocks and a pick of tHe lines. We will gladly lax away for you any article you purchase and do not wish to talCe with you at tHe time. But come early and avoid the preholiday rush Do Your Holiday Buying Now 'TPIIE final days previout to the holidays are usually ones that All our store from bottom to top with buyers and it is then impossible to give each the attention we would wish. So avoid the crowds of the last few days by buying early thus getting better attention and a better selection W7 ril??g DT( .7 1 I i i r F s i i v. LJ X 7 i '5 1 It. t.l! i A . I. 'I :7: i - Jo y I jlr U ioU Ii" L L vJ ji : mm nnnnnn L U U Lj UJ I A , Vn. pAiolJ In J Cr Commences Tuesday, Dec. 1st, audi Ends wMli tSie Yeas3 Wim T HAS been our custom for several years past. to have a gigantic sale of merchandise in December in order to aid people in obtaining their Christmas gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

' 1 .4 4 rMJP p httut VOLUME III PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THURSDAY, DECEMBEK 10, 1903. NO- 1 LYMOU RI BUNE vi i - 1 r ! .1 ' fl 3 v i s u lis'S ,7 : . 1 f.' ! 1 WHICH IS THETiTI Senator Dietrich Implicated in Poitoffice Craft by Some Alleged Testimony. DENIED IN AN INTEEVIEY7 Difference Between Billings and Lowe Seems To Be Irreconcilable Other Side Accused. Omaha, Dec. 9. Evidence before the federafgrand jury in the alleged postoffice bribery cases was given by J. B. tillings, former postmaster at Alma, who testified that he was a candidate for reappointment. He stated that he tendered to State Senator Elliott Lowe $500 for his (Lowe's) recommendation, which the latter accepted. Later, .however, J. C. Mitchell was appointed 1 SENATOR DIETRICH. lo the uosltion. and according to Bill ings' testimony he protested to Lowe, who agreed to return tho slating at the same tzne that Mitchell bad given $1.000 for the appointment. II Gets II' Money I tack. Lowe told Billings that he could not return...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

TEbe tribune- , Established October 10, 100. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFt ICL-Iiisstn Bulldtn?, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year, in adTance. 11.50; tlx Jiontbs, 75 cents; Three Months 4U cents, delivered at any postoflk e ADVERTISING KATLS made known on application. Entered at the potoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, a! second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. December 10, 1903. The new Mexican gold fields are now said tube even richer than at Erst thought, No wonder we are growing carleess about our prospeilty. The confidence reposed by the people of Mexico in their chief magistrate Is fully reciprocated by President Diaz. He will foon place a substitute in charge of the machine and take a long vacation abroad. It is bad enough to steal for yourself, but when you get caught stealing for another, even if it is only a political record, it does really seem like being an idiot as well ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

E, L !s the Sentiment of the People at Trinidad on His Arrival There. HE IS GIVEN A BIO OVATION By the Striking Miner - Colorado Strikers Appeal to ICoosevelt Gen. Bates Report on the Situation. Trinidad. Colo.. Dee. 3. Amid prolonged cheering and waring of hats and handkerchiefs President Mitchell, president of the United Mtne Workers, arrived in Trinidad. Over 3,000 men. women and children. people in allwalks of life, greeted his arrival. As Mitchell stepped from the train a squad of thirty policemen surrounded him to keep back the crowd which was pressing to get a glimpse of hiui. One thousand miners surrounded the carriage containing Mitchell; John F. Ream, representative of Mitchell, and President llowells. of district No. 13, and escorted him through the main street o! the city to the hotel, a distance of four blocks, there being a continual ovation along the route. Mitchell immediately retired to his room with several members of the national board. Crowds Clamor for a Speech....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

VT 1 . " . ADVKKTISINO RATES made known 5n application. Entered i the poitoffiee at PlymoutL, Indiana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., December 10, 1903. John A. Howie's control over Zion Citv bas been restored and receivers have been discharged by United Stares court. Comptroller of the Currency Rldgey in hts annual report says' the stability or the national banks bas .Dot been disturbed by the heavy slump In stocks. Mr. Bryan bas appealed from the decision of Probate Judge Cleveland, of New Haven, by which be is pre vented from benefiting by the Bennett will. Well dO,000 is worth struggling for. Herbert Spencer, the philosopher, ditditf Brighton, Eng., Tuesday aged 8'.i Vfurs. He was ac-wurker of Dar win and Huxley, a bachelor, and comparatively poor, although a writer of noted roks. Between the reports that Wall Street is against him and reports that the labor unions are against him', the president will at least have enough to occupy his miud to keep him frum feeling...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

Ten Minutes Time and a . Rofeesoe Razor Will Improve Almost Any Man , Six shaves for a cent i you own a Robeson Razor. The Robeson Razor is honed free of cost. Every one comes ready for use. You take no risk in getting a perfect one. You can shave at ease at your own convenience when you own a Roqeson Razor. The only place you can buy a Robeson Razor is at Buek's Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices Ui ZEbe ftdbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Idrertisements to appear In THETklB DE mcit b In before Tuesday noon to Injure tbetr appearance In tbe issue of tbat Plymouth, Ind, December 10, 1903. : & LOCAL NEWS & Miles Vanvactor spent Sunday with Ms son in LaPurte. Iter. Ray G. Upson went to. Warsaw Monday to be gone till Thursday. Mrs. J. F. Appleman has returned to ber hone at Mexico, Miami county. Mrs. Hoy L. Singerey has gon2 to Philadelphia for a visit of two weeks. Mrs, S.W. Miller was at Argos Mocday with her daughter, Mrs. Bjjgs. Red is the favo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

Cr i.ilnriii,i I l.ii. ill I ' -1 I Ii Inn I I' " - T Hilf, - i - ' 11 - Tti .. lltr...-'V.L..n . Y. We Close All Day on Christmas "C E SURE to bear (he f&tft in mind. M&He your selections early and get the advantage of complete stoclts and a picK of the lines. We will fl dly lay away for you any article you purchase and do not vrish to take with ybu at the time. - But come early and avoid the preholidny ruih I Do Your Holiday Buying Nov 'THE final days previous to the holidays are usually ones - that fill our store from bottom to top with buyers, and it is then impossible to give each the attention we would wish. So avoid the crowds of the last few days by buying early, thus getting better attention and a better selection TnYSR CTrnr; VCV r3 r v U f "! if r j """"v ML jLÜj j j i J j oj JliJm J JUM u r I IV. r ll nnnnnnrm J I p jo u i J u u j.o i j u LJUL UU Ü OLD JVJI ILy v l v 6 Ln ill in Cominieinices Tuiesdlay9 Dec 1st, and Ends witlh t5ie Year T HAS been...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

I- Cookleg All Kinds of Aluminum Ware Here $ at the Lowest Prices. KSTLEY HND HESS Leader In Good Goods and Low Prices. TEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. . - Advertisements to appear In THE TUIB ONE meat be 1 before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. Ii. j r in mm : & LOCAL NEWS & g Mrs. Ed Neil bas pone to Chicago for a Tisit of se?eral days. Frank W. Boss was sizing up tbe political situation at Warsaw Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baxter bare returned from their Tisit at Mishawaka. Mrs. Leroy Erans went to.Argu Thursday to visit relatives and friends till Saturday. George Pierce, of Kentland, Ind., visited in this city Wednesday night and Thursday. Key. Dr. Brooke has been assisting bis son in a revival meeting at Clarks Hill near Lafayette this week. Mrs. Brooke, wife of Bev. C, A, Brooke, went to Chicago Tüursday to Tisit relatives until Saturday evening. J. N. Ilewltt, the Laporte street bread man, has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 December 1903

Ii A Store for the Men : Filled with": Men's Good Appare We Will Make This a Record BreakerOur ecemni ID) 2 JU TO P M (t " &S fcS) D ber e COmtlGHT. 1 A . KIRSCHBAUM GREATEST BARGAINS ever offered. Tremendous reductions in all departments. We have gone throughout our big stock and marked every item down to make a great sale to give all a chance to buy their Holiday gpods at wonderful reductions. Extraordinary values to offer you throughout our store special lines ,9co juit received for our grand Holiday trade. We want you to call and see our Holiday display in all departments. MS SmjßM AJJ H undreds of useful articles here that will please the men folks SUITS AND OVERCOATS 150 Men's Suits and Overcoats; choice $5 00 125 Men's Suits and Overcoats; choice 7.50 95 Men's Suits and Overcoats; choice........ 10.00 300 Men's Suits and Overcoats; choice 12.50 All our goods are hand-made throughout VALUES IN BOYS' CLOTHING 500 pairs Boys Knee Pants 18c 100 pairs Boys' Corduroy Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

I I " ttntt. w 7 r n vr TT; y H-JT pecotd'er'B OQce Jeb03 -3 VOLUME III PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Til UUSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 11)03. NO. 1 1 ji is 1 s A Ik f I I 1 PROTESTS FOR WOOD Secretary - Root Declares , That Some One Misrepresents . the Testimony Given. COHmrilED 3Y GENERAL BLISS .TYho Says n is Testimony Was the ReTerse of That Published Witnesses Who Tell Inter- ' esting Stories. Washington. Dec. 1". Secretary Root has "addressed a letter to Sen ator Proctor, acting chairman of . the conimittee on military affairs, in which he complains "that the. press reports of General Bliss testimony are tie precise contrary of what he in fact testified." and declares it a fact that söme nersocs seem to be persistently furnishing to the press false statements of the testimony taken lefcie you. the perversion of the evid;nce being in every case to the fhejudlee of General Wood." Testimony of Cm. RIUd. Tlie secretary semis a .letter from General Bliss, in which he contradicts the report that he str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

I&be Tribüne. ' Established October 10, 1901.. Only Republican Newspaper In th CouBty. HEN DRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE BMI Building, Corner LnPorte and Onter tf .rteto. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Yer. In ad-Thm-e. 1.50; fell Months. 75 cent ; Three Month, 40 cent-, delivered at any post office ADVKKT1S1NO KATES made known on application. Bn-tered. at tl9 poufHce at Fl) mouth, Indiana, a second-class mail matter. . Plymouth, Ind., December 17. 1903. Russia has spent tight war ships to Korea to back up her demand that Yongampho be maintained as a closed port and threatens to march on Seoul. The Uuited States and Japan are said to have just condluded negotiations for joint action. James J. Hill savs it is Impossible for any board to establUh railroad tariffs which would be j st to all parts of the country, as is proposed by a bill just introduced in cungres.. He savs, further, tbat-rates must be advanced or weges and the price of materials redu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

ÜAR WITH GERMANY Cen. MacArthurls Plotted as Predicting in a Tal!; at Honolulu. SAYS H2 HAS LEER MISQUOTED And That He Heids No Such VicT7s as Are Stated -of H.n. Report ot a Military Officer of Hawaii That Wa Published Uy a Misunderstanding. Honolulu. Vec. 11. Major General MacArthur during a military conference here said that In all probability war would take place between the United States and Germany In the near Xutur?. which makes the Hawaiian National Guard of national importance. He believes that German Interests are trowing to such an extent in South QEXEKAI. MACABTIIUR. America that the strain upon the Monro doctrine will eventually resjilt in a conflict. Hawaii being a strategic point ik nation, be said, would make 41 ny attempt ujkiti the short line of the Pacific states until the capture of the Hawaiian islands had loen effected. Inflection on German-Americans. Colonel Jones' rptiort quotes General MacArthur as saying that the I'an-Gerin-anic doctrine which is being spre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

Store for the Men : Filled with lien We Will. Make This a Record BreakerOur H r& T r il Bigg 0 Ik Sale JfflfH COrTBIOMT. 1902 A. B. KIRSCHBAUM A ON GREATEST BARGAINS ever. offered. Tremendous reductions in all departments. We have gone throughout our big stock and marked every item down to make a great sale to give all a chance to buy their Holiday goods at wonderful reductions. Extraordinary values to offer you throughout our store special lines just received for our grand Holiday , trade. We want you to call and see our Holiday display in all departments. H undreds of useful articles here that will please the men folks 'Iff Jr. : n SUITS AND OVERCOATS 150 Men's Suits and Overcoats; choice 5 00 125 Men's Suns and Overcoat; choice 7.50 U5 Men's Suit- and Owrcuats; choice 10.00 300 Men's Suit and Overco.t; choice 12.50 All our go d aiv hand made throughout VALUES IN BOYS' CLOTHING 500 pairs Boys Knee Pants '. . 18c 100 pairs Boys' Corduroy Pants 35c Ask for our Boys' Suit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

23C w For Christmas Presents Pocket Knives, Carving Sets, Table and Tea Spoons, 1847 Knives and Forks, Sake Dishes, Nickel Tea and Cof f c c Pots , " C h af i n g Dishes, and many other useful articles. Call and coo them and get my prices. uck's Cash Leader in 1 1 XEbe TEttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBKTKIB ONE mct be In before Tuesday noon to 1dure tnetr appearance in th iaana of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. December 17. 19031 M WW WW WWWW w WWW W WW J I LOCAL NEWS f Mr. and Mrs. Ottu Wilson have moved from this city to Goshen. M. Stafford is doing some work for Sigmund Mayer at Argos this" week. Mrs. David Redding is visiting her son, Theodore, at Hobart this week. Miss Pearl Winings is home from Marion for a visit "of three or-four weeks. Bert Smiley, of near Etna Green, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Joshua Long. Miss Lillian Anderson who has been visiting. Mrs. John Olds, returned to Chicago Monday. Irvin Lelbolt, who has been at. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

(Mild IS PIG COLORADO'S With a Motion That Implies War Ovsr That Mu.ier of the Isthmus. TE00P3 MARCH TO THE BORDER Awaiting the Result of the Reyes 31is sion Latest from Bogota la Not cf a Peaceful L fecor. La Guaira. Venezuela. Dec. 10. Tte French steamer Versailles, v lch Las arriveil here fro in Savaniüa. reports that Cojombn steamers hae lauded f 1,100 men from Cartagena, near the mouth of tbe Atrato river (on the Gulf of -Darien). to opeh a way over the Darien mountains into 'Panama. Other troops from the department of Cau-c-a Colombia, are said to-be converging on Tanama and from all parts of Colombia troops are reported to 'be: 'marching, or await'.nz the result of General Iteyes mission to Washington. Pay Accused of Inlncerlty. Bogota, Dec. 7. v!a Colon. Dec. 10. A prominent and well-informed politician, who. Is close to the gpvernment. when questioned by the Associated Tress correspondent declined to give any expression of opinion concerning the ratification of the canal tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

casi v v s &-.Codkinö All Kinds of Aluminum Ware Here at the Lowest Prices! TV O T T C TT" r -vol i i-: T nnu n too i Leader In Good G,oods and Low Prices. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement! to ppe.r In TBE TKIB ONE mcit b In before Tueday noon to iiurt tnelr appearance In the lseae of that eek. Plymouth, IndL, Dtctmbtr 17 1903. i & LOCAL NEWS & Mrs. IT. E. Spittler is visiting at Cassopolis, Micb. Richard Chart, of Tyner, visited his sisters In Plymouth Thursday. Nelson DUher, of Bourbon township, went to Indianapolis Thursday. Mrs. Johnson has returned to her home at Benton Harbor after a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Blain. Mr. Clifford, of the Ke wanna creamery, made a. pleasant call at our office Thursday and reports his family well, Miss Edith Moore came up from Argos to attend the wedding of Miss Bertha Garver and Mr. Marion Logan. A young man, a son of Peter Sarber residing near Tyner, had his arm torn off by a corn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 December 1903

V ' TSbe Etibune. . Established October 10, 1901.. Only Republican Newspaper, in the County. HENDRICKS' & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Building. Corner Laforte and Center b'reets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In adraooe. 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Menth, 4a eeDU.dellrered at any tost office ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the potoffice at Plymouth, Indl- . ana. as seoond-ciass mall matter. I f Plymouth, Ind., December 17. 1903. A lake of "whitewash has been discovered on the island of Jolo. If General Wood doesn't need any of it he .could probab'y make a neat .sum I y forwarding a large consignment to Grand Rapids,. Mich. Indianapolis Journal. The November showing indicp,ros t an increase in. domestic exports ct $34,800,000 over the corresponding month of last year, and a gain of aboc t $20,000,000 over two years ago. Cotton-exports in Novembei - were $22.500,000 more than last year. ' President Roosevelt' declines to ...

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