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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

Cetihty kicorder 1 jan 11 ' rwic D C AN VOLUME 56 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. 1911 NUMBER 2 IME I CHRONICLE BPH P D WEEKLY REFUEL T T T T I Papers Will Be Called "The Weekly Republican" and "The Plymouth Daily Republican." TRANSACTION RECEIVED WITH DELIGHT BY. BUSINESS MEN AND PARTY Combined Business Will Give Largest Equipped Job Plant in the City. Present Location Jan. 7 A deal wa3 closed today whereby S. E. Boys, publisher of the Chronicle, becomes owner of the Tribune daily and weekly newspapers and printing plant in Plymouth. The two plants will be combined and the papers published under the name of "The Weekly Republican" and "The Plymouth Daily Republican. The present location of the Chronicle will be maintained and enlarged to take eare of the machinery and increased business. The combination of thes,e two papers has long been wished for by both business interests and the members of the republican party. Thi3 announcement will, therefore, be very welcome new3 not...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

n While - Make our store your . Headquarters. We always have a good fire, plenty of room and always glad to see your Our stock is always complete, and pri- . , - - ces the lowest. The Ko We Baline of canned goods can't be beat and the Wilton line is second to none. Bring in your trade and see us. Yours for 1911 , ' ?V V M- Uf t TV V v C. R. LEONrtRD. . 3Jf I Funeral Director ani Undertaker, PLYMOUTH. Office Phone 80. INDIANA. Residence Phone IS. 3Jf Repair Work and Blacksmlthlng f If your buggy, wagon, plow, or other farm machinery is in need of repairs, or if you want horse shoeing done satisfactorily -see me. Our prices arc reasonable. :: C. E. Rankin Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S lASTO R I A 1 FOB -TBE mum If ym haren't a regular, healthy morement of tha bow-a erery day, you'ra 111 or will ba. Kp your bowl j open, and t well. Force, In tha shape of Tlolent phytic or pill poiaon, la aangerova. Tha amKthett, eaaleat, moat perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean ia to take C...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

6 Ä M V v i Soutliworth's ürocery 23 N. Michigan St. Phone 65 C Plymouth, Ind. You Want What You Want and you always want it right away. So phone to SOUTHVVORTH'S GROCERY Wheff you want it. Send in your order today and we will guarantee satisfaction onyour money back L. J. Southworth J. G. Southworth iE EFFORTS FOR C0ÜWTV I. ft r LINE ft; It FARMERS OF FOUR COUNTIES ARE EAGER FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED OUTLET INTRODUCE TARIFF COMMISSION BILL 6 Herb Gibson made a trip to Lake- ille Friday. . h. Leonard went to West ville LONG WORTH MEASURE, WHICH j n Dullness. it ivcvw ljzs if I '."Cn w vcc w o ys.zsz-z iiiv-ovz Lccwsw l-' 1 PFfF'il Mrs. J. C. llihbard spent Thürs lay icre on business. was a Starke, Pulaski, Fulton and Marshall Counties Will Border en Highway Extends Farthest Jnto This County. Josepb IJurnside 'of Tyner iere on business this orning. Miss Osie Moiiock is spending few days with friends at Änros. - Miss Daisy Zehner went tö South Bend to remain a week with friends. J...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

4 4 4 ISSiL .4 : L 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 Transacts a general banking business, and offers the benefit of its resources, experience,, capable management, and completes facilities to those who have use for such an institution. mm i ii E i king by MailIt is not necessaryto reside in the immediate vicinity of the bank but deposits may be sent by mail with safety and security. A Liberal rate of Interest will be allowed on all Time Deposits i Check AccputiiS may be opened byatiy reputable person their funds being subject to order or dem and. Certificates of Deposit are issued for funds that may renin in uninvested and bear interest when remaining a certain time. Savings Accounts may be opened nt any time with small amounts and Interest will be added to the principal twice each year, Advantages of a Trust Company. A Trust Company has great vantages as the Executor of an estate in that it is absolutely responsible unci i.s large capita guarantee it fidesiry." A Trust Company is conse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

' Your Promptness is" Your ' Protfot Now for the Sacrifice! Now for the Unloading!' NOW FOR THE Ml OST STIRRING Gl in . the History of the Hive earance 3C DC ALL FURS AT HALF PRICE. 25 per cent, off oa all Belts, Purses, Combs. Ladies' Collars and Ties. Sample lines included. Yoor Slhoppoinig is Yoor Saving M ZD Sale oee Specials in liudenvear Good heavy vests and pants.. 19c Ladies' 50c vests and pants., 39c Ladies' '50c union suits 39c Ladies' $1.00 union suits.... 76c Ladies' $1.50 union suits $1.19 Ladies' $1.75 union iuita....$1.39 Ladies' $2.00 union suits.... $1.49 Lot Misses union suits worth 50c 29c Misses' union suits worth 50 and 60c 42c 2b off on all children's vests and pants. Boys' shirts and drawers 19c Men's shirts dnd drawers 35c $1.00 wool pants to close 29c 50c fleeced vests only 29c Ladies' Tailored Waists. White and fancy Tailored Waists worth up to $1.50 cut to 79c I " i IS .y t T I I I 1 TT I A V J 12 V I 1 nearOy 100 Soils From Which to Select Ladies' and Mis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

I-'.. THE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year J1.50 8ix months 4 .75 rwo months 25 The carer wDl be continued unlesa ordered st ipped. except where subscribers üe outside t le county. Tte dkte on the yellow ello is the tl ae to which you have paid. A Greeting. In this first issue of the Republican we send heartiest greetings to all the members our- enlarged family. We congratulate them oh being brought together and felicitate ourselves upon so large and good a number of subscribers. Those who have been Tribune subscribers and those who have been Chronicle subscribers are now subscribers to the"Republican. It is the hope that the conduct of the paper will be such that they will all gladly remain Republican subscribers. The editor has nothing but the kindliest feelings for every person in this city and this county, and more especially is this the case toward our subscribers. "We want them all to feel and know this. To those...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

Wo LfA U Uu E Clearance Sale of Women's Suits and Winter Coats in our January offerings from our Cloak Department are bargains for every Satisfactory selection can be made from lots of stylish seasonable one. Garments at prices that are greatly reduced. " 2L 3E H i . .1 4 '4 i i I I ,1 J January Sale of Women's Tailored Waists. Wc offer 75 Ladies Plain Tailored Shirt Waists values from $1.00 to $1.50 January OQr Sale Price Clearance Sale of Our WinterFurs. We prefer to close out our Fur 'Pieces at a discount of 25 per cent, rather than to carry over to another season. We have some very good pieces left to select from. January Sale of Ladies' Black Underskirts. We offer in this department about 50 Black Skiits, values from $1.00 to $1.50, specially priced for 75c. ''KV is' 1 CopyifcHtH 1910 15 Splendid Values in Women's Tailored Suits Tbat are Reduced to $10, $12.50 $15, $18.50 First Showing of 1911 Wash Fabrics. We will place on sale this week New 1911 Wash Fabrics in fine Imported ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

4 weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there is a weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this so-called "weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which nave their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also. The strong man baa a strong stomach Take the abore recommended "Dlseov ery'9 and yon may have a atror& atom ach and a strong body, GrvsN Away. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of Stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-ceit stamps for the bock, in paper covers, or 31 s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

i' f ! A 1 f 4 rui m. mi m h . . I I I rtr v. v I il riß (TO I.? i: as ISS&WvJ fsS. fit 35 Vi m bj ti ri il U -UU Jl n). P M . f QJ alJSJJiiJ Ny teil fi - M I n f4 m Pi p3 rag n r s A y7 r1 iP4 a- Vi 5 The large stock of the Lewis Department Store, of Mentone has now been added to this stock, and we will sell the combined stocks at 40c on the Dollar. The Ü Goods must be sold and the room vacated within 60 days; the building having been sold and purchaser demands possession. . . " This sale was advertised to bein last Saturday, but it was a physical impossibility to unpack and mark down the enormous stock received by that day, so we had to turn hundreds of customers away. -We have been working day andjiight, and are, fully prepared to meet the crowds of customers that will take advantage of this Great Sacrifice. m m m m mi r5S worm 1 0 8 MeFebandise vrr? 4 To be So 183 m m mi This stock is more complete than any department store in Plymouth, 11 and Ghildrens Jackets and C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

em r; II 1 nA&inin a T rn . mr r U 4 r j ; i Ii! s u 1 4 A, 1 i 1 f if iß J i J; ;l O 3 WE CARRY an enormous stock of shoes and are able to show many styles and kin 's, giving an excellent variety to'seleet fiom, which i3 of great äd-v-ntaga over stocks that are liraitf d in quantity. We give our entire attention to thi9 line of irerchandiss anl hiV3 tiktn special psins in the selection of our Mock, being careful to select staple yles and thoea that can be depended upon ior service. - The) e are m?ny kinds of shoes to be had today but we are surj we can niuw some of as good lines aa are to be had. We wish to call atter,tion to the f il jw in!! "Walk Overs1' for men. A splendid line of Men's Dress Shoes. "Queen Quality" and "Selby" shoes The "H. C. GODMAN' Shoes for women, missts and children. D -n't f )rf et the "GODMAN" a shoe that can't be beat at the price at which we offer it to the trade. Strictly solid in every respect, a shoe that gives universal satisfaction. Onc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

HONE ST Clearance o HEAVY Winter AppareJ. HogjßTKSSIl: Quai Dotty Goods QIHfeiredl You find this Clearance o ours an 'i 1 friz V S& x jfhr w f WW'M :fcilipf wpK Hin lpf T--ix--5S Courrlirht - J Ert BciuLflier A lUrx unusual event tor several reasons. One is, it s notalotof odds and ends that are here, left because nobody wants them; it's a reaT clearance of' our regular stock; the largest and best stock of high-grade merchandise in Plymouth. You don't take any chances with such goods at any time, nor with any thing we offer. We give our unlimited guarantee of your satisfaction, and money back if you want it any day. We just want to clean up our stock of Fall and winter goods, that's all; and are making prices that ought to do it. v. Here's Your Chance to. Buy a Suit or an Overcoat at Way Down Prices Hart Schaffner & Marx make included. We give you an opportunity now which may not come again, or for some time at least, to buy Hart Schaffner & Marx ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 January 1911

BIG GAME PRE SERVE m CREEH T011SHIP OVE& THREE THOUSAND ACRES WILL- CONSTITUTE ONE OF THE LARGEST TRACTS FOR PURPOSE IN INDIANA. 32 FARMERS SIGN OPPORTUNITY OF MARSHALL COUNTY PRESERVE WAS OFFERED TO LOCAL CITIZENS WHO FAILED TO TAKE IT. All arrangements have been com pleted for the establishment of the Marshall county game preserve, which will, be located in the south central portion of Green township. Thirty- two fanners, representing 3000 acres f land, have banded together and bj signing documents supplied by the state game commissioner, in which absolute protection for the game birds is promised, the game preserve has been secured for that part of -the county. The boundary of the "Marshall County Game preserve, is as follows: Beginning, at the North school house, in the south central portion of Green, township, thence two miles west, thence two miles north, thence two miles east, and thence t"o miles south back to the school base. In other words the preserve -ir.il c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

J) I Cauaty Recorder ljan 10 f . J PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY. J AN U A,K Y 19 1 9 1 1 NUMBER 3 VOLUME 56 WEEKbY PU B i I f : t 1 - V .1 -I i i- H SHJDOH T Plymouth Man Has Terms vides for High License, No Screens, "and Fewer Saloons. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 17. Fifteen bills introduc-d in the bouse, among them one by Representative Adam E. Wise of Plymouth to regulate the liquor traffic: 23 bills offered in the senate, and an extended discussion hi the upier branch on Senator 8totsenburg?s proposed amendment to the constitution providing for five years ? residence and full citizenship before th? right of franchise is granted, marked the week's opening of the Indiana legislature. The bill intj(duced in the " house -yesterday for saloon regulation, by . Representative Wise of Plymouth is radically different from the other bills already before the legislature. One of the main features of the measure is that all screens or all other obstructions to view are prohibited The saloon room...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

Fcdane Telling DoMtnot take into consideration the one an's -happiness womanly health. The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune. For without health love loves its lustre and gold is but dross. - - Womanly health when lost or in: paired may generally be regained ixy .the use of Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription. This Prescription has, tor over JtO years -been curing delicate, weak, palnwracked women by the hundreds of thousands .and fUs too In the privacy of their homes withoest itheir having to submit to Indelicate question in 4s and offensively repu& Bant examinations. Sick women are invited to contult Dr. PIiro.- 1- All correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Add res i World's Dispensary Medical Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D.t President, Buffalo, N. Y. Da. Piescb's Gebat Family Docroa Book, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised np-to-d-te edition 1000 pages, answers in Flats English hosts of del...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

"THREE BEBET BT 1 FROr.lBOURBOrJ APPLICATION OF FAMOUS STOEY IS MADE AT SOUTH BENT BY MRS. JOHN SULLIVAN GIRL ADMITS CRIME In City Court Claims that Husband's Brother Enticed Her from Home Bourbon, in f A real application of Elenore Glynn's famous, or rather infamous M three weeks r was made in the city court of South Bend Thursday, in which Mrs. John Sullivan of Bourbon, piayed the leading role. The 20 year m1 wife, told of living with Schuyler Sullivan, her husband's brother, for -a peroid of twenty-one days. Concerning the affair, the South Bend Tribune, says." ( . "Allowing her husband to hold her one-year-old child in his arms, Mrs. John Sullivan, the girl wife, pleaded guilty in the court of living in adultery with Schuyler Sullivan, 42-year-old brother of her husband. The elder Sullivan denied the adultery charge and asked for an attorney. Fred C. Gahriel. county attorney foi the poor, will represent the interests f the defendants in the city court to-morrow, when the cases w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

fflU DRAFT FOR DISTRICT THIRTEENTH MAY BE ALTERED TO MAKE TENTH MORE RELIABLY DEMOCRATIC - CHARGES COSTLIER Governor Proposes Amendment to Accounting Law JReiieving Attorney General of Prosecutions of Defaulters Indianapolis. Jan. 14. That there will bta legislative reapportionment by the present general assembly is fixed but just what it will be is still conjectural. In neither house have there been any surface indications that a reapportionment movement ha assumed tangible form but Chas. Lieb, chairman of the house committee, of Rockport, said today that preparations were being made for the drafting of a reapportioning bill and that one would probably be introduced soon. Mr. Lieb was notable, he aid to say what provisions would be placed in the bill, but said that experts who knew the reapportionment game are at work on data for drafting such a measure, and would soon !e" ready to report. There is not enough reapportionment gossip to show which way the wind will be blowing when th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

URES IE KL I SAMUEL E. BOYS, Edltor and Prop. TBE REPUBLICAN IB B ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year SL50 Six months 75 Two months 25 Tbe caper will be continued unless ordered tt junel, except where subscribers live outside t a county. The date on the yellow slip la the u ae to wnich you have paid. SAVE THE BANKS Growing of Trees and Shurbbery Will Prevet Wearing Away by Stream Save the banks of your ravines, creeks and rivers by encouraging grass, shnrbs and trees to grow on them. Where vou find the bank of a stream perpendicular you will usually find a tree on its top which protects it until the suport beneath is washed away, "when it tumbles to a "watery grave, lnis reminds ns that our streams are ever increasing in width, and manv of us can recall when the fence stood a rod closer to the center of the stream. The same mav be said of the banks of deep cuts along highways and rail .loads. If there is a blue grass sod on top the bank it will be perpen dicular fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

fr You Want Our Drugs and Service. The valuable element in drugs .and nrug store service is reliability'. No one questions but that our customers get reliable service; few store3 have earned so widespread a reputation in this regard. You can't put a money value on such service, it is beyond price. And yel it costs you nothing extra. When you want drugs or have a prescription to be filled bear this in mind. You can trade hers with a feeling of absolute security and feel just as certain that the price will be right. People's Drug Store Chas. Reynolds, Prop. WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, ETC. (Advertisements under this head inserted for 10 cents a line. Count about 6 words to the line. Th Chrosicli carries your ad all over Ma.-shall county and beyond ) Dr. Eikenberry's day is Friday of each wek. For Sale One Improved Victor, 240, to 270 egg incubator; heated with hot water. S. B. Fanning. dl8-25 wl9-26. , , : Fcr sale A few good milch cows, fresh soon. Seven brood sows, also farm for sale. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 19 January 1911

DELINQUENT TAX LIST - A list of Lands,. City and Town Lots' returned delinquent for the non-payment of taxes for the year 190! and previous years, together vith the taxes lo 1910, in MarshallCounty, Indiana. . EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. In the following list n is used for north; s fo south; e for east; w for vest; ne for northeast; nw for northwest; se for southeast;, sw for southWest;, emr for east Michigan road; vrmr . for west Michigan road; mrl for Michigan roacf land; wrl for west reserve line; erl for east reserve line; nrr for orth of railroad; srr for south 01 railroad; err for east of railroad; wrr for west of railroad; rd for rod;rds for rds; ft for feet or foot; "same" for the same as tne next immediately above it; No. for number; add for addition; cor for" corner; frn or frl for fraction or fractional; ex for except; nrd for undivided; pt for part or point; hf for half; qr for quarter; rt of w tor right of way; Iks for links; chs for chains ;Mich r foF'-Michigan road;...

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