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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 May 1911

CHE 1EMNS TIES OF Chief Beauty of Plymouth Endangered Strange Pest Attacks Shade TreesMany Fear Lest It Spread Over Entire Citv. Citizens of Plymouth have observ ed a strange pest which is attacking the maple trees of the city. No one seems to understand this new danger though many are alarmed about it. Miss Nettie Slough was the first person in the city to notice the depredations of the small enemy. Since the harm done has been pointed out our citizens are deeply concerned about it and no one knows as yet how widespread the scale has become. The pest is a small bus about the size of a young potatoe bug. It attacks the bark and makes the tree bleed. The drippings of sap maybe noticed on the sidewalks under the trees infested One of the best places to make observations yet known of is at the corner of Michigan and Sophia streets. The State Horticulturist has been written to in regard to the matter and his reply will be awaited with a . tj: i - mietest, muuuia una .ieuciinjr establish...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 May 1911

THE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 9?" Ter 1.50 olx moDth 75 two months 25 The caper wDl be continued nnles ordered tipped, except where subscribers live outside tie county. Tbe date on the yellow slip la the si ate to which you bare paid. GOOD FOR COUNCIL. . The Republican desires to highly ommend the city council for their provision to attend tfco next meeting of the State Municipal League at K-rawfordsville. If any or all of them go, they will have the distinction of Ibeing the first council of this city to attend any of the meetings of this JLeague. Mr. Logan -was present a time or .two when he was mayor, but the members of the council never have one. The decision of the council, makang provision for their going in case any of them :an do so, shows that bey have the right spirit of progress and want to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 May 1911

) s 'Fl More and Better Drugs A general impression exists that if one wiehis to be sure ol finding some rare or unusal item of drugstore goods, or desires to be certain as to quality of drugs or medicines, this is the store to come to. This reputation has been built by many years of high grade service. Back of the reputation are substantial facts. Our service co3ts no more than .the less perfect kind is apt to coat less always costs less if reliability h 13 any value. Add to this feature an extremely large and complete stock an: you will find adequate reasons for tradiug with us. THE PEOPLES DRUG STORE Chas Reynolds, Prop. Plymouth, ------ Indiana WAIST COLUMN Far Sale For Rent Last Faund-Waoted-Etc. Pasture for rent Blue grass, good water, shade. Bert Hand, R. 13, Argos. vrta For Sale Rubber tired double seated surrey, canopy top; 1 rubber tired runabout. C. S Clevelan d d 1112-13 wl8 Bulls for Sale. Short Horn and Polled Dnrhams pure bred red and roans. Call, "write "wire or phone...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 May 1911

THURSDAY Mrs. Florence Lindeman and children spent the . day at Inwood. Mrs. Geo. Filer and Bon were guest3 of Argos relatives yesterday. Mrs. "VT.x. Peterson is spending a few days m Ft. Wayne with friends. Mrs. B. Paizor of Ft. Wayne was in the city visiting friends a few days this week. Mrs. H. Hoagland and daughter of Donaldson were in the city Wednesday on business. Pronounced by judges finest pictures ever shown in Plymouth for 10c at the Hacket store. Miss Emaline Leas of Warsaw, who has been visiting with friends here returned home yesterday. Mrs. Illlen Burroughs has gone to Richmond, where she will attend the G. A. R. encampment being held there this week. Mrs. G. K. Ugden of Miliord returned home yesterday after spend ing several days here vu'h her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ogden. Mrs. S. Rosenhanpt of Spokane, Wash., who has been visiting rela tives in the city, left for New York City Wednesday, 'where she will spend some time with relatives and friends. Miss Fran...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 May 1911

BUSINESS CARDS J. A. (WOLTER Modify ly 1 aii on Farm i specialty Plymouth, Indiana J. P. HITCHCOCK, DENTIST Eri;e rort. Kite p1 mirm ol an? kind. fm- oxer Uartbon Co. Traft A SarüHts Co B' B. ASPINALL Physician and Surgeon 308 N. Michigan Street, PLYMOUTH,- - - INDIANA Surgeon to the Pcnniylvxnia, VaocUHa ad Lake Shore Railroad. Phone 408 A. C. Richard Coal and Wood OM'-ce-eorner Plu.-nb and Harrison Streets Plymouth, Indiana, Ds F M. 'UCKKITT ÜB. C. W. BCfiKCTT DENTISTS Office hours 8:30 a. m. to 2 ia. 1 p. m. to 5 p m. Rooms in Burkett Building PLYMnnTH - - INDIANA. Classes They are Eye-Heip- f Hight; Eye Hurteis and Hada-eue-Makere, if Wior, We Fit 'em Right. !DR . f. R . WOOO Resident Eyesight Socialist. Office OTerOyermyer Aodereou'Jblioe-ftore Plrnrouth. Indian. Pfcoae 22. TheKanarr Home A First-Class Place to Board BO, 20 BY TEE ßU, IM CS EU A Specialty of Servui Dinners Both Week Days and Sundays Home Cooking and Hoane ServieiMRS. OLIVE KANARR 413 W. Jefferson St.. Old Vaida...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 May 1911

ran dm HILL BE KEPT T G. A. R. HAS ARRANGED FOR THIS TIME IN COMMEMORATION OF THE COUNTRY'S HEROES. REV. SMITH SPEAKER Relief Corps, G. A. R., Spanish War Veterans, Co. I And School Children To Be In Parade. Miles H. Tibbetts Post, G. A. R. extends greetings to the citizens of Plymouth and vicinity and most tordially invites them and all hon orably discharged soldiers and sail ors of the war of the rebellion and Spanish American war. the Ladies Relief Corps and all patriotic, civic and fraternal societies to unite with them in appropriately obsering Memorial Day, Tuesday, May 30. The thirtieth day of May was set apart as Decoration Day by the Grand Army of the Republic in the 3 ear 1SGS. Its purpose vas to perpetuate the memory of those who freely shed their blood and sacrificed their lives for the purification and perpetuation of the republic established by our forefathers. We ask therefore, in the name of our country and in the name of those who died in its defense, that this day ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

WEEKLY REPUBL CAN CmVOLÜME 57 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1913. NUMBER 22 y . i - . II f. :'-r CITY GARBAGE Council Hear Report of Health Officer Martin and Consider Best Methods of Providing for the Disposal of GarbageMedical Inspection of School Children. In all probability the next session of the city council will see thepas- . sage of an ordinance requiring everybody to have a garbaze can for the depositing of the garbage now usually thrown into the back yard oralley. As explained by councilman Clizbe, Warsaw i s a system of this kind and it works admirably. The cans cost $1.12 each, the city buying them and furnishing them to the citizens at cost. The citizens having the cans, pay for the can and also for hauling the garbage away. The Minneapolis plan of having all the garbage wrapped in papers being put into the can was elso discussed, but a difficulty inthe way of this is that not all of our people have sewer connections so that they can drain the water off the'r gar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

1 TO HD OTTOII IPLE State Entomologist Tells In Report the Danger of the Maple Scale now on Plymouth Trees and How to Kill the Pest the Best Spray The following exeerpts are taken of fall the fertalized females attach from the reports of state entemo!o-' themselves to the under sides of the gist B.W.Domrla, and -will show twigs, where they remain all winter. Plymouth people how to deal with The male dies at" the end of the samthe scale now injuring a number o:mer. the trees of the citv. COTTONY MAPLE SCALE. (Pulvinaria innumerabilis Hathvon.) During the past few vears the Cot- tony Maple has killed many tre?s in There are several parasites that Indiana. It has not been confined destroy the Cottony Maple scale and to maples entirely, for tres of s?v-jin some localities where it was formcral other genera have been attacked erly very bad I find that it is now and killed. Little or no attention practically controlled, has Wen paid to it in spite of its On affected trees the leaves fall ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

W I mm GUY SEWAGE All GOVERNMENT SPECIAL REPORT SHOWS WORK DONE TO PREVENT CONTAMIMAHON OP OUR RIVERS. PURIFICATION METHODS Great Capacity of Improved .Filters Increasing Population of Cities Makes Demand For Machinery. As the population of cities and towns becomes more and more congested, the public health requires that some' methods be adopted that will change the chemical composition of the sewage so that it will not putrefy when discharged into watercourses. In some places it is even necessary to disinfect the sewage so tbat all disease germs will be destjroved. Disinfection is demanded because of the possible pollution of water supplies and of shellfish beds. The methods adopted for sewage dis infection are described at length in a publication issued by the United States Geological Survey as WaterSupply Paper 229, entitled "The Disinfection of Sewacre and Sewaire Filter Effluents." by Earle F. Phelps. Sexaire purification as practised today is but the artificial and intensive' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

IE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop I ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post oCice at Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year 11.50 Elx months.... .75 two months .25 The caper will be continued unless ordered tapped, except where subscribers live outside tie county. The date on the yellow tllp la the II se to which you have paid. Another hot wave has come and gone and scorched us in passing. ' 'Teddy" Roosevelt should at least favor the new Tammany senator from New York state, Judge James A. 0 'Gorman. Mr. O'Gorman is father of sir daughters and one son. The latest and most interesting political gossip at "Washington is that the new Secretary of War Henry 'L. Stimson of New York is to be Taft 's running mate in the election next year. "Mr. Stimson ran f or governor cf New York in the last election, and represents the progressive republican element of that state. A. G. Graham -of South Be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

CLEAN YOUR WALL PAPER The gradual darkness and dulling of colors in wall papers is not to any great extent due to chemical changes but to irt and du3t which gather upon the paper's surface. With our Wall Paper Cleaner IT IS EASY to remove this deposit and make the paper look almost as bright as when first put on. Anybody can do the work euce'sful. PRICE 10 CENTS. THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Indiana Chas Reynolds, Prop. Plymouth, - - - - 3 Pasture for rent Blue grass, good water, shade. Bert Hand, B. 13, Argos. jrtn For Sale Fine gasoline launch, 21 ft. Ion?, 225 delivered. Keen, Culver, Tnd. MONDAY v. Mrs. Nettie Heminger spent the day. with Donaldson friends. Mrs. Milton Soice was a business transactor at Chicago today. S. Jaeoby of Chicago is he.re spending a few days with relatives. We have fWr. hmnd. W W uscar -urlls 1S nome m Ander- ped corn, meal, etc. .for enange , s.on for a few iU?s visIt vith reIa- and sale Zehner MiTih? Co. d31wl.uves; ,!- ' I Miss Iva Glass visited with her ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

THURSDAY Margaret Slirock is. ill with malaria fevir, A. C. North transacted business in Goshen today. Miss Carrie Hobbs spent the da with friends at Rochester. Roseoe Ilobbs has gone to South Ben'l "where he has employment. Samuel Osbcrn cf Culver transacted business here Wednesday... Miss Ferrell Shaffer spent Wednesday afternoon in South Bend. Mrs. Bert Frank was a business transactor at South Bend yesterday. Mrs. Martha J. White of Culver transacted business in the citT today. Mrs. C. W. Metkser and children spent the dav on business inSoutlj Bend. L. E. Conner of Cleveland, 0., was here attending to business Wednesday. .Mrs. Mabsl, Barts and children have gone to South Bend for a visit wit relatives. Miss Maud Forerran and Cy are spending several davs with relatives at South Bend. August Wallace left for Indianapolis yesterday, where he will make his future home.. The Elkhart White Sox will play the Plymouth Base Ball team at the fair grounds Sunday. Mamie Ktlty of Ft. Wayne is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

We are headquarters for a lot of nice things that you will no doubt want when school days are over. We want you to come to our store and pick out what you want and we will keep it for you until the proper time arrives. Have you seen those gold watches at $9.95? C. Z. ROWE 105 N. Mich. St. Plymouth, - Ind. BUSINESS CARDS J. A. (WOLTER Money to loan on Farni3 a specialty Plymouth, Indiana G. F. HITCHCOCK, DENTIST A.Ü Kindt of Dental work loch m Crownli Brt&ge work. Plitei ana Filling! of nj kind. Office oxer Marshal) Co. Tract & 6 Tin Co B'l N, B. ASP IN ALL Physician and Surgeon 308 N. Michigan fc:reet, PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA Surgeon to the 'Pennsylvania, Vandaha and Lake Shore Railroads. Phone 408 A. C Richard Coal -and Wood Office cer Plumb and Harrison Streets Plymouth, Indiana. Da F M. fcrakiTT Dr. C. W. BRrrT DENTISTS Office hours 8:30 a. m. to Um. 1 p. m to 5pm. Rooms in Burke tt Buildi&g PLYMOUTH INDIANA. EL ye Glasses They. are Eye-Helpa if ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 June 1911

1 IIE (HI OUT OLD ZEH DI Crowds of People Out Sunday To See Floating Machine Now Making One of the Great Ditches of the County Will Not Dredge Through "City On Sunday hundreds of people Trent out to see the big Yellow river dredge which had come down t-ie river nearly to the dam. By foot by buggy and auto they kept going all day long. There was not much to see except the big dredge itself, for the water just above the dam was too deep for any dredging tobe done. This interesting part of the great work therefore could not be seen. Monday morning the big machine floated down stream and shortly before noon began to dig out the dam. "Workmen say it will take three or four days to clean out th's old breakwater. The big shovel is eating its way into the work slowly but surely and will bo kept at it night and day until completed. The first shovelfuls were dumped into the mouth of the race and the flow of water there was soon stop ped and turned into , the regular channel. After the dam is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

County TrcorttT WEEGCLY CAN VOLUME 57 PIiYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911 NUMBER 23 DIGIT MEED l FELT FOR HE BRIDGE County Council Should Not Delay Action In Matter Hope That Improvement Might Include Also Cement Bridge On Michigan Street. The County Council was called to meet on Tuesday, June 6. The chief reason for their coming together was to take action on the matter of a new bridge to replace the old worn-out Brownlee bridge over Yellow river, just south of the Pennsylvania railway, in Plymouth. This Brownlee bridge was built a long time ago, over forty years according to the recollection of W. W, Hill, and has been one of the important crossings of the community all this time. About fourteen years ao it was repaired by the city. For! the past nearly four years it has been out of commission unsafe for the use of vehicles and they have forbidden to cross it. The structure has been used only as a foot bridge. The public generally does not understand the need for this bridg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

THURSDAY J. H. Jones was an Arcs visitor today. Mrs. Frank Lamson spent the day in South Bead. Miss Miklrel Nolan spent the day in Argos on business. : A.T.Richter and son, Keith, spent Monday at Rochester. AVm. Harmon of Arzos transacted business here Tuesday. Hary Unirerr transacted bu-inss at Kewauna "Wednesday. Mrs. Laura Warnacntt of In wood "was a local visitor today. Mrs.J.O.Pomeroy, of Tippecanoe, is very ill with peritonitis. HenryMiller of Bremen transacting: business in the city. Alva Porter of Culver was a bus; r.ess transactor here today. Olive Washburn of Culver was shopping in our city today. Mrs. Ray NeVm was the guest of friends in South Bend todav. Mrs. C. A. Allen transacted business in South Bend Thursday. Fred Miller of Chicago w spring a few days here with friends. Miss Coddington an 1- Miss Starke spent Tuesday at Indianapolis . Miss. Chase returned to Hillsdale, -Jich.,' after pending the winter here Chas. Scott has gone to Detroit, Mich., on business for a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

FIRE E BROUGHT TO LIGHT. 3 BANISH THOSE GRAY Kill tho Dandruff Germs Stop Hair Foiling Thousands c! mcthers ere locking younger. Their gray hairs are gone. The natural color has come bad;, end with it a new crowth of soft, glossy, luxuriant hair. Why sliould you look old hcicrs ycur time, when you can look years youxiflcr by using Dandruff Cured Three applications traored all the dandruff n left ray i clp dean, white ani txaooth. Wix Croak. KocheaUr, XT. Y. Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color If f-lhcr ""ry-callecT Reste rers have failed, don't &ive up hope, but give WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY a trial. You run no rifk. If it is not exactly as rcprc-cr-tcd, yc.;r mor.c v:l I 2 refuivJcd . x F2"IT BY CTKERS' EXPERIENCE PEEÄ5ES THE CUT COUNCIL BOX HOUSE PREPARED .?OR THE OCCASION SHOWS WHAT THE NEW MACHINE WILL DO. Plymouth Peiple Receiving the Full Benefit. GOOD TEST IS MADE Gray Hair Restored My lrsix was gi t:iug r.u.u ;.r;:.v tailing ov.t rapIdly auU I was irm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

TBE REPUBLICAN fflOPlTI WE 1 HIE MCE Le qj e T9s 66 of Course 99 SAMUEL E. BÖYS, Edltor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter Januavy 14, 1911, at the post office t Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 9 ef I1J , Blx months 75 Two months 25 The paper win be continued unless ordered xapped. except where subscribers lire outside ae cauntT. The date on the yellow slip is th wme to which you nave paid. OUE SOCIAL WASTE. It is characteristic of the conservative East to give the new-comer a "wide berth" for a Ion? time, unless te has a pedigree of approved length. He is put into no position of trust un til he can boast a residence in his particular town of a decade at least. Not so, the impulsive "West. It receives with open arms the stränger within its gates, and on no other credentials than his face value, his presence, as it were. The "West sometimes gets buncood but the East probably suffers far more - in depriving herself o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

( o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o J ) ) o O o o o ( o ) o o o o o o It's a Pleasure to Plan Wall Decorations . With a etock like ours to yelect f-om, it is a real pleasure to plan your papering. The new papers admit of a wiue range of artistic eff fcts, and make it possible to adapt them to epecial conditions or to carry out any original ecbeme that may be desired. You can not realize how beautifully your homes may be decorated at reasonable cost, unless you see the possibilities of these tew wall papers. Come in and see them. If you want any 6pecial plans or suggestions we can ßupply them. : . : : : : PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Chas Reynolds, Prop. o o o o o CCCCOwCwCSCCCCCCSCCCCCSO CCCCG3 CCCOOOOCOOOOOCOOOO IOOO WANT COLUMN Fr Sale For Rent Lost Found Waatcd-Etc. Music Sale-Saturday at HougLtoi fB Pasture for rent Blue grass, good ater, shade. Bert Hand, R. 13, Argos. xrti For Sale Fine gasoline launch, 21 ft. Ion?:, 225 delivered. Keen, Culver, Ind. We have flour, brand, chop, chopped c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

&aaatanaaa3sant.:a8it!4;? vja : t:a aa3 MEETING CHANGED . , t. I ... : .. ; Where Is the Cheap i Meat ? ByF. G. King AnbnaJ Husbandry Department, Purdue University Experiment Station 66 e r 1 V SSr 1. Shank. 2. Round. 3. Rump. 4. Loin. 5. Flank, 6. Ribs, 7. Plate. 8. Chuck. r. G. King' Animal Husbandry Department Experiment Station. Cheap meat Is found on erery steer fid it Is alio good meat when properly prepared. The higher priced cuts -of a steer are more easily prepared In palatable form but are no more nutritious than are the lower priced cuts when the latter have been thoroughly ... nd properly cooked. Until the high .price of meat caused more attention to paid to the matter, there was some--what of a prejudice In some localities against using anything in the way of cneap cuts 61 meat. The increase la cost of meat within the last few years Jxaa. however, caused a change in this adverse sentiment and has increased the knowledge of preparation of the cheaper cute fqr...

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