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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 May 1901

' ' ' I . ' I" " " i Ma I feriDg from a eeTere attack of aBthma hart have been liceed to marry thia week j -Mrs. Henrv Zechiel of Culver, epent Charles Nyhart went to Sioux City, the day with Mrs, James W. Maxey. Iowa, Monday to telp his brother in-law j James M. Hume, of Macomb, 111., is build a house. ; visiting his sister, Mrs, J. W. Siders. The basket factory now employs -Mies Celia Kleimer, of Garrett, is over a hnn?red hands every day, and is visiting relatives and friends in this city. working hard to fill its orders. j Mr9Lf L, Culver of St. Louie, Mo. 7 John A. McFarlin has two good ' is the guest at the home of Z.M. Tanner. young Durham Bulls for sale. Call and see them at Twin Lake Station. 57t2 0. H. Poptep Pays the Highest Price for Produce and sells you Groceries as Low as anyone. Remember! handle Hay, Corn, Salt, , Crockery and Groceries of all kinds. - Yours for business, O. R. PORTER. The Republican. W1I. G. HM? Bdltor u4 RICKS, opritor , E7Advertisements to appear ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 May 1901

CiALLY OPEN Buffalo's Big Show Is Ready to Entertain and Instruct with Outfit Complete. EMINENT KE'J ON THE PROGRAMME Which Begins wiih a Parade to the Temple of Music and Closes Lr.tl. ivith Fireworks, Buffalo. X. Y.. May 20. Althcrpi; the pates of tbe Pan-American exposition have been open since the first day of May. today marked the real opening of the jrreat fair, when, with imposing ceremonies, barbaric pageantry, military grandeur and oratory by men known all over the wcrld. the formal opening and dedication occurred. - Events of the day began with the exposition parade, which started from the city hall at 10 a. m., followed half an hour later by the concessionaires parade from the terrace. About 2.000 troops took part in the exposition parade, some from the United States army, some from the Mexican army, and the fourth brigade of the National Guard of the state. All were under the command of General S. M. Welsh. Troops Escorted the Gueftt. The troops escorted carriages contai...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 May 1901

Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful. Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. ROYAL BAK1NO POWDER CO., fcEW YORK. The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor and Proprietor. "Advertisements to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday nrm tn insure their anüearance in the ssue cf that week. Plymouth, lnd. May 23, 1901. local rvs. Mis3 Jessie Ton visited her parents in thi3 city la&t week. Miss Edith Wyland. of Grovertown 13 visiting har aunt, Mrs. H. B. Allen. .Taanpr Tak( instina of the Deace. of u- : ThnrcHav Green township, was in town lnursaay, Miss Fay Edwards of Weedsport, N. Y is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Ilenry Foclesoner. Mre. H. J. Tyrrell, of Middleville, Mich., is visiting herjnothtr. Mrs, Caroline Tibbette. Jame9 McMilien, of Rutland, has gone to Mishawaka to make his home with his sister. . C, Bunr ell was attending the state meeting of funeral directors at Indian- -j apolis la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 May 1901

An Appetite Suggests groceries! Which Suggest J AIM Phone 60. Don't Contract for four Binder Tuiine Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL. FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Pat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. Ed. S. Leading Grocers of the Town. 4 4 Leaders In Fancy Groceries Summer Clothing For Horses. Fly Nets, Dusters Whips and Harness. All Impair Work Neatly and Promptly Done.... Firestone's Harness Shop. Ask your dealer for the Original CäRLY HEAD SMOKER. Reliable 5c Cijar. J. E. HLtlilS Tb Famous BERGHOFF on draught or in bottle. Absolutely the Purest. Best for Family UVe. Finest stock of Import e1 anl Domestic Wines Whiskers and Cigars. Free Delivery to any part of city. John G. Kuhn's Sample floom, 105 N.Michigan St. ALL KINDS Furniture, Buggies, Etc., by an expert at RInggenberg & Cullison. Old. Papers at this Office. u.i CORRESPONDENCE. LAPAZ LOCALS. Henry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

-b w- saufe.' 1 o o i ft Recorders office VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 30. 1901. NO. 28 ID JJ TT T WTl Jiiym iL Ji it 'i " i) I' Vi I ! 1 1 ! I 4 J I .Vi, LEGISLATIOHISNEEDED Supreme Court Decision in the Insular Cases May Mean an Extra Session. LAW WANTED IN TEE PHILIPPINES One Now in Process of Construction That May Do How They Feel in Porto lilco. Cedar Rapids, la,, May 29. It was learned while the presidential train stopped here yesterday that the president anil the members of the cabinet spent mach of tlie time reading and discussing the published reports of the opinions of the supreme court in the insular cases. TLey were much interested in the wax the court divided in the two cases. The decision in the De Lima case, if follod in the Philippines case :as it assumed it will be might result in the calling of an extra session of congress. In the De Lima case the court decided that the duties collected on Porto Rican goods before congress enacted the Foraker law, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

The Republican, WM. G. HENDRICKS, Sdltor and Proprietor. O 'FICE n BieeeU's Block, Corner Center and LaPorte Streets. a Xersd at Uie Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office a Second-Class Matter. STi.BJ9S,IPTION: One Year 52.00; Six Month .00; JThree Months 50c, delivered at any post office. II paid on e year in advance, $1.50.Plymouth Ind., thy 30, 1901. Gen. Kussel A. Alger ia reported very ill with Bright's disease and there are little hopes of hia recovery. He has been induced to go to the famous health reaort at Carlsbad, Germany, where hia family hope he will be improved. It is reported that Mr. J. PierpontMorgan is going to rest for a few days, A few things may get away from him while he is in repose, but he has so much spare impetus in acquirement that it will be only good exercise for him to win back that which he has lost when he chooses to go to work again. England has now 219,000 well equipped soldiers in South Africa and is unable to conquer the Boers with less than half that nu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

Sa A ula ia an tmwelcome legacy, but one which the children of blood poisoned parentage must eccept, with all its humiliating consequences. It is n" inheritance that xa&es one poorer; that brings wretchedness and disease instead of healths and riches, for the child whose ancestral blood is tainted with Scrofula or the loathsome virus of Contagious Blood Foison is tmütted for the arduous duties of life so lone as anv of the transmitted noison remains in its veins. Scrofula manifests itself in various forms; swollen glands about the Seek and throat, catarrh of the head, weak eyes, hip bone disease, white swelling and offensive sores and abscesses are familiar symptoms, attended usually with loss of strength, poor digestion and pale or bloodless complexion. The skin is sometimes most dreadfully affected, eruptions breaking out on all parts of the body. Scrofula destroys bone, tissue and flesh ; no part of the human system escapes its TThen nineteen years old, and about one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

The Republican. WM.O. HENDRICKS, XkUiev a4 Proprietor. O TTICS n BieseU's Block, Corner Center and LaPorte Streets. ntsrM at the Plymontb, Indian, Post Office a SUJ3CRIPTION: One Year f2.00; Six Month fl.OO; JT&rje Months 50c, deliyered at auy post office. If paid on e year in adv ance, $1 .50 .- Plymouth Ind., May 30, 1901. A new French rifle ia reported to tire nineteen bullets every time the trigger ia pulled. It is lucky for the Britieh that this gun was not invented in time for Oom Paul's purpose. Tammany is shaping up matters for the municipal contest next fall. In three years it has increased salaries 323,000,000 and 46,000 persons are cow carried on the city pay rolls. The South Bend Daily Tribune was 23 years old Tuesday. It is one of the best daily papers in Indiana and has the largest circulation of any daily paper north of Indianopolis. , Now tbat the supreme court of Missiseippi has decided that the round bale cotton corporation is a trust, Chairman Jones is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

.t w. IP) Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest menace rs to health of the present day. ROAl BAKINO POWDER CO., HtW YORK. The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor and Proprietor. GyAdvertisementa to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the 3sue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Hay 30. 1901. LOCAL, rzzzws. Daniel Car? ha3 moved from Culver to Pl mouth. Mrs. Maud Linkenbelt vmted over Sunday in Walkerton. William Clark who is working in Conceticut is in this city visiting his parents. Mrs. Wiesicger who has been visitlutf Mrs. Leeper at Inwood, returned to Peru Monday. Lewis Suit and family, of Laporte, are visiting Mr. Sult'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Suit. Mr. and Ms. Kichard Benham celebrated their 62rd wedding anniversary at Goshen Sunday. Henry Fojilesong and family went to Rochester Monday to attend the funeral of Dolly Whittenberger. Norman Bailey and f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

RAC1UG FOR A SWITCH Results in a Terrible and Fatal Accident on an Electric Railway Line. FIVE Dt'AD I7D TWO MOKE TO DIE While a Dozen Are Seriously Wounded Grewsome View at the Scene ol the Mishap. Albany. N. Y.. May 27. Electric cars radii? for a swithch, while run- J nlnp in opiosite directions at the rate of forty miles an hour cost five lives yesterday afternoon by a terrific collision In which over forty prominent persons were injured, some fatally, and others seriously. The lobby of the local postoffice, filled with dead, dying and wounded; hysterical women and children looking for relatives and friends, and surgeons administering temporary relief, while ambulances were racing through the city taking the wounded to hospitals! were the early intimations of the accident. T Where the Cars Met and the Result. i The point where the cars met on the single track was at a sharp curve. "The south-bound car went almost clean through the north-bound car and hung cn the edge of a nigh bl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

O. . Poltet Crockery and Groceries of all kinds. Yours for business, O. R. PORTER. 4 4 T J T T l 4 f The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor and Proprietor. ""Advertisements to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the ssue of that week. Pimouth, Ind.. May 30. 1901. LOCAL SSWS. Mrs. Montgomery left Thursday for a two weeks visit with relatives at Finlay, Ohio. Mrs. Henry White returned to her home at Culver Friday after visiting relatives in this city. Dr. Burkett of this city has been appointed one of ths delegates from this state to the National G. A, R. encampment. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cole and Miss Leca Koontz arrived home last week from Kennett, Mo., to spend th9 Eummer. The grocery stock of Peter Disher which was advertised to be sold Friday was placed under the bankruptcy law that mornlDg. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Jenks of Pennsylvania were in the city last week on their way to South Bend to visit their daughter, Mrs, B. F. Shively...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 May 1901

An Appetit Suggests groceries WhlQh Suggss Phon 60 Don't four Contract for Binder Tiaifle Until You Have Gotten Prices From . BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. 111. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. Ed. S. I Leading r grocers L of the Town. Leaders in Fancy Groceries Summer Clothing For Horses. Fly Nets, Dusters Whips and Harness. All Repair Work Neatly and Promptly Done. . . . Firestone's Harness Shop. Ask your dealer for the Original GtiRLY HEAD SM6KER. Reliable 5c Cigar. J. H. HIililS The Famous rghoff leer on draught or in bottle at John G. Kuhn's Sample Room, 105 N. Uichlgan St. J ALL KINDS Furniture, Buggies, Etc., by an expert at ÄInggenuerg 6 Cullison. Old Papers at this Ira Irin M 1 10. UU Office COREESFONDENCE. IHWOOD AHD VICINITY. Ben Peterson is buildirg a new house oo bis farm one mile west of Inwood. E W. HartEook of Noble county visited over Sunday with bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

.'J6- 'kike JMk: WtSwiWWiä iwfc34"i-. t r 1 O mo puoli ÜO Recorders office UfebOl VOLUM 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1901. NO. 29 I-- -i r T-Tv,r''i,lHirr-gi--ruri",r.--irriiii Ply Tl TT) ILM kLC CS, 1IU 1 I MHM PRESS TO BE PALSIED One of the Possibilities of the Great Strike of the Machinists. THBEAT FROM A BUSINESS AGENT If Non-Union Men Are Put on in a Manufactory of Printing Presses. New York, June T. The Ilerald ays this morning: "At a meeting of delegates fur the Central Federated Union, to be lull tomorrow afternooc, official cognizar.ee will be taken of the strike of members of the International Association of Machinists. It was said that the Central Federated Union would Inders the strike and urge its members to assist the machinists with contributions of mcney. At the headquarters of the International Association of Machinist Constant Booth, business Load of tiie association, said that the strike now really centered about the factory cf a well-known firm which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Sdltor anä Proprietor. O 'FICEn Bieeeirs Bloci, Corner Center and LaPorte Streets. atrJ at the Plymouth, Indiana, Poet Office at Second-Class Matter. STJ 3CHIPTION: One Year $2.00; Six Month 41.00; JTiiree Months 50c, delivered at any post Oflce. If paid one year in ad ance, $1.50. Plymouth Ind., June 6, 1901. Supreme judges are human, and in a close question of law,on which other lawyers diffar, they may be expected to differ, but it is gratifying to observe that they do not diöer ou party lines. In the present case Republican and Democratic judges are found on both sides of the administration IiDe. Justice Harlan is the senior member of the Supreme bench, lie was appointed in 1377. Chief Justice Fuller was appointed in 1S3S, Justice Gray in 1S31, Brewer in IS39, Brown in 1891, Shiras in 1302, White in 1894, Peckham in 1S93, McKenna in 1893. Justice White and Justice Peckham are .Democrats. All the others are Republicans. Notwithstanding tbs many ß...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

, i i . AN INDEX TO r UUU IDE BLOOD v-o1C 5 -e Sriä3 or tubes connect the blood with the skin, and throurii lüese smaa drain pipes perspiration passes out, carrying with it the impurities that are thrown off by the blood. Should the pores of the skin be entirely closed for even a bnef space of time, and the poisonous matter forced back intc the circulation, instant death would result. In addition to the sweat glands, the skin is provided with certain others which pour out upon it an oily substance, keeping the skin pliable and soft and protecting it from heat and cold. The bl xx and skiH are so closely related that whatever affects one seriously interferes with the func4le fterJ Noi heaUi' but life itself. depends upon perfect harmony between the blood and skin. When, therefore, the uny blood becomes poisoned from any cause, it quickly infOBTini nnrl manifests itself upon the skin in the form li'UUtTlJUi UUU of sores and ulcers pimples and various EntOmal PolGOnO eruptive diseases. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

- The Republican. WM. O. HLNDRICKS, Sdltor wad Proprietor. O ?FICE n BieseU'a Block, Corner Center and LaPorto Streets. ttrlattho Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office ai Second-Class Mat?er. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year 2.00; Six Month 11.00; fThree Months 50c, delivered at any post offlce. If paid one year in adv ance, $1.50.Pimouth Ind., June 6, 1901. ul'K PAPKR GROWING. The growth of the Evening News and the Republican during the past three weeks has been unprecedented. Over a hundred new subscribers have been added in town and new names are com ing in from every part of the countv. This is certainly gratifying to us for it is a Reason of the year when an increase Is not usually expected and it shows that our efforts to make a good paper are appreciated. We expect before many weeks to put on a full dress of new type and to enlarge the paper. We have now by far the largest and best equipment in the county, but as our circulation increases, we shall add new features to our paper and keep it at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

The Republican. WM. Q. HENDRICKS, Cdltor amd Proprietor. E7"Advertisementa to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the 3sue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June 5. 1901. LOCAL Frank Stansbury, of Muncie, spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. James Gilmore is the guest of friends at South Bend. Oscar Porter, the groceryman, baa filed a petition in bankruptcy, Mr3. Stacy Soyder of Bourbon is the guest of relatives in this city. Miss Jeannette Emmerson, of South Bend, visited her parents Sunday. WANTED a good girl to do general housework, inquire at this office, Congressman Brick spoke at the academy at Culver Monday afternoon. Henry Bergman of Kokomo, spent Sunday with hs parents in Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. E. Burton are the guests of frier is at North Manchester F. D. Hr.ff, of Argos. visited over Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Vangilder. milling has commenced at the Bremen oil well and the machinery is running day and night. Frank Kleber, the U. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

rjw a.- -aJ" LfillD PROBLEM Decision as to the Philippine Question Said To Be Ready Forecast Thereof. REASONS SAID TO BE REMARKABLE Bryan's Comments on the Two Late Opinions Tillman i:eplic3 to Governor McSweency. Chicago, June 3. A special to The Record-lit raid from Washington says: "The supreme court has another surprise in store for the country. Unless it changes its mind between now and October the date of it.5 next meeting the court will decide the Philippine case in favor of the govtrnment. It will be another decision by a divided b nch, and upon most extraordinary grounds, to wit: Declaration of Policy Missing. "1. That the United States has never declared its intention to retain the Philippine archipelago indefinitely, and the only declaration of policy which had been made was in the other direction, looking toward a mere temporary occupation, the United states being a sort of trustee fcr the people of the Philippines, as it was a trustee for the people of Cuba. . Doesn't M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

n Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful. Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest menace rs to health of the present day. ROYAt BAKU POWPEW CO.. WW YORK. The Republican. WM. G. UENDK1CKS, Editor and Proprietor. "Advertisements to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the 3sue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June 6. 1901. LOCAL. r:UW5. Judge UesB delivered the memorial address at Columbia city. Mrs, Sitz, of War atab. is visiting her daughter Mrs. A. M. Fuller. " The pension of John A. Ltowery of Argoa, has been increased to $14 per month. The demand for the Evening News and the Republican is constantly in creasing. David Wiser and family, of South Bend, spent Decoration Day with friends in this city, P. J, Grube took his big bass drum to Bourbon Thursday to assist in the exercises of Memorial day. The Chicago board of education has decreed that no flowers or gifts shall be presented to high school grad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 June 1901

An Appetit Suggests (groceries Suggt jacx Phon 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Tuiioe Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL, FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. Ed. S. Leading Grocers of the Town. 44frLcaders in Faney Groceries Summer Clothing For Horses. Fly Nets, Dusters Whips and Harness. All Repair Work Neatly and Promptly Done.... Firestone's Harness Shop. WE defy any factory to produce duce a 5c CIGAR as good as the J. H. BUMS The Famous lerghoff Sser on draught or in bottle at John G. Ifahn's Saople Room, 105 N. Michigan St. S Q . ALL KINDS Furniture, Buggies, Etc, by an expert at JUnggenberg . & Cullison. pld Papers Office, unman CORRESPONDENCE. TYNEIl AHD VICIXITY. Perry Haag returned from Montana last week. Dr. Miranda of Walkerton was in town la9t Monday, Wm. Knott and grandson visited near Plymouth Sunday. E. R. Monro...

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