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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

publi ti -n UM o JJL JJL o Recorders office 1? fei Ol VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1901. NO- 30 r Re DECLINED III mm President McKinley Tales 3 Early Opportunity to Sit Upon the Third Term Talkers. WOULD NOT ACCEPT A NOIIIUATIDN ir Offered Him to the Presidency for the Third Time Signs the Announcement. Washington. Juno 12. President McKinley yesterday put a quietus on the third-term talk which has pained some currency ill the newspapers through interviews with certain weilkujwn Republicans favcring the renoniinatiou of the prr sideut for a third term. Shortly before yesterday's cabinet meeting adjournal Secretary Cortelyou gave to tue press a signed statement by the president intended for the the American people, announcing that he was not a candidate for a third term and wcr.!u net accept a renouiination if one were tendered. x tft of tl.e Announcement. Following is given the text of this important announce ment: "I regret that the suggestion of a third term li...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, CUlltor ud Proprietor. O 'FICE n BlsseU's Block, Corner LaPorte Streets. Center and tared at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office a Second-Claw Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year 12.00: Six Month 11.00; JThree Months 50c, delivered at any post office. Ii paid one year in adv ance, $1.50.Plymouih Ind., June 13, 1901. As seven states hold elections this year seven Democratic platforms must be written, but nobody is anxious to tackle the job. "How are we to declare theDemocratic party's present condition," asks Mr. Altgeld, "when we do not know what that condition is?" It must be admitted that the question is a poser. Daring eleven months of the fisca year the income of the government has exceeded the expenditures by $58,588,695 The country is in good shape for the reduction of war taxes on July 1. After shaking hands with the numerous generals and dignitaries of the Ger man court, Queen Wilhelmma expressed great pleasure in meeting an agreeable and unimposi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

Children are constantly exposed to all sorts of diseases. The air they breathe is filled "with germs, sewer gas and dust from the filthy streets are inhaled into the lungs and taken into the blood. At the crowded school rooms and other public places they come in contact almost daily with others recovering from or in the first stages of contagious diseases. You can't quarantine against the balance of the world, and the best you can do is to keep their blood in good condition, and thus prevent or at least mitigate the disease. You have perhaps learned from observation or experience that healthy, robust children (and this means, of course, children whose blood is pure) are not nearly so liable to contract diseases peculiar to them, and when they do it is generally in a mild form. On the other hand, weak, emaciated and sickly ones seem to catch every disease that comes along-. This is because their blood is lacking in all the elements necessary to sustain and build up the body. Poisons ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

The Republican. WM. G. HENDRICKS, Editor aid Proprietor. O f ?ICE n Bissell'a Block, Comer Center and LaPorto Streets. ttsrei at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office a second-Class Matter. SU ASCRIPTION: One Year S2.00: Six Month 11.00; JThree Months 50c, delivered at any post . T ;i . - ' . 1.1 yaiu one year in auvance, Ji.oo.Plmouth Ind., June 13, 1901. xne census contains many surprises. T-1 - one f which i9 that Maine rnd Ver mont, regarded as finished States, ehow a greater increase in population than Kansas and Nebraska. "Jim" Robinson, up in the Tenth dis trict ia conceded to be a mighty smart Democrat when it comes to politics, and as he wants to retain his seat in Congress the Democrats who would like to down him" realize that they have a big contract on band. 'The Chailecge" of Los Angeles, Cal ifornia, in its issue of May 8, published a large cartoon showing a presidential banner, for 1004, on which the most conepicous line is "Tom Tom." The ticket reads: "For President Tom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

The Republican. 1 "WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor aid Proprietor. mmmm., m . 4 x rrv. Advertisements to appear in The r w: v., ; noon to insure their appearance in the ssue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., June 13, 1901. cago Saturday evening for a visit of a local r'.v-, few days. . Q. F. Kctchem waehome over Sun- lrs. McKinley ia makinc a heroic day , battle for life with the odds against her Art Yourg who is working at South recovery. t Eerd fp?nt Surday in this city. j Mrs, John Jaccby remains seriously Missee Etta and Rose Matthews are i!l and 5t is 'eared that he has cancer of vigitirp Heir irsndrtitttf at Cu'ver j the stotaach. Mips Ida Rodserp. of "South Bern!. ' Alisa" Hertha . Wrightly "left this Fpect Sunday at the home of Dr. D. C. we3k for Rochester where she will Knott. m I attend college. Mrs. John Staley and Miss Mary j Seveal physicians performed the Stalcy are visiting relatives at South eecond operation on George Weigle SunHen$. ' j day for appendicitis. Mieses Lulu Baker ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

BUTTLE IS TO A FIIIISH Opponents in the Metal Trades Strike Have Thrown Away the Scabbard. QUESTION OF FAITk IS INVOLVED Each Party Charging its Violation oit the Other Chicago Woodworkto Quit Work. Toronto, Ont.. June 10. Rpariling the fixing of a date upon which railway corporations wn be asked to sign a pajxr gran tin? the machinists a Nine-hour work üay with 12Y per cent, inmuse in wasres. President O'Connell said last evening that the matter has practically been disposeu of by the convention. A resolution approving of such a-Uon has already lun passed, and the lix'in;; of a day has been referred to the executive committee aud will afterward be submitted to a vote of the association. . At any rate, the d.te will be some time in the future, as the machinists are finding the present "strike costly and have no desire to t)Orrov fresh trouble. No further developments are, expected in the strike until after the meeting of manufacturers in New York on June 11. Accept the Employers Cha...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor Md Proprietor. "Advertisements to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the saue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., June 13, 1901. LOCAL. MWS. Mrs. W. C Curtis, of Chicago is visitin g hermother, Mrs. Work at Brighteide. Airs. DeMont of Kalamazoo, Mich, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bunnell. Miss üessie M. Mauual has taken Miss Grace McColl's place at Mrs. Herman's dress making shop. Charles Thompson was appointed janitor of the court house by the county commissioners Thursday. Mrs. Chambers of near Unijc Mills, arrived Thursday evening to visit her brother, Charles Walburn over Sunday. The 310,000 damage suit of Grant Parker, the Pennsylvania brakeeaan who fell off the Wanatab coal dock, has been sent to the United States court. Tne game law governing squirrels expired Friday, May 31st, and as a result there is a general exodus of sportsmen to hunt the little nut crackers. Peter J. Kru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 June 1901

An Appetit Suggests (groceries Whish Suggts JACOX a Phon 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Tuiine Untii You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, maouTH. Hi Mi SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work i Myself. Ed. S. Leading Grocers w Of the Town. . day. Leaders In I Fancy Groceries Summer Clothing For Horses. Fly Nets, Dusters Whips and Harness. All Repair Work Neatly and Prora ptly Done.... Firestone's Harness Shop. WE defy any factory to produce duce a 5c CIGAR as good a? the fUV 4 tf J. H. HIililS The Famous ierghoff laser on draught or in bottle at John C. Ifahn's Sanple Kcgb, 105 M. Uichigan St. ft or ALL JCINDSFurnlture, Buggies, Etc., by an expert at JliEggenoerg 6 Ciiillson. Old Papers Office. V CORRESPONDENCE. IX WOOD ASD VICINITY. ben Peterson's house is nearly finish ed Dell Compton is remodeling and enlarging his house. Rev, C. Fnbley of Bourbon will preach in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

I 1 rrr I v7 If ivmo (dlil iio office tffebOl Recorders j i VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1901. NO. 31 In Tl 1 I! i 4 3 V'. 4 ' in 4i If 1? iH A STRANGE LAND Death Fronts Hazen Senter Finpree in the Last of Hi3 Earthly Struggles. DEAD WITH HIS SOS ALONE NIGH Passes Away Peacefully, Without Speaking a Word End of a Long Foreign Tour His Public Career. London, June 19. Ex-Go verncr n. S. Pingree, of Michigan, died Lere last night at 11:35. His son was the only one present at the time. The attending doctor left Pingree's bedside at about 11:13, promising to return shortly. .H. S. Pingree, Jr., who had been watching at his father's side for four days, and who has not removed his clothes during that time, noticed a sudden change in his father's condition. He had hardly reached the bedside when his father died peacefully, without warning, and without speaking one word. Young Mr. Pingree has wired his mother and his uncie in the United States not to come to London. The b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

The Republican, WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor, aid Proprietor. O f f ICE n Bieaell's Block, Corner Center and L&Porte Street. &tred at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office an second-Ciaa Matter. SÜ iSCHIPTION: One Year J2.00; Six Month l.w; lnree aiontns wc, delivered at any post w. xi paia one year in advance, J1.50.Plmouih Ind., June 20, 1901. Tom Taggart might learn from President McKinley the knack of writing let ters of declination that decline. We often hear the exclamation, " What is the matter with Plymouth?" Plym outh is all right and will remain so as long a3 its inhabitants keep it that way. Take a walk Sunday and see tha evidences of Improvement. Some Democratic papers are already talking about the issues of 1904 and wondering what tney will be, If the prosperity we now enjoy continues to abide with us until then the Democrats will have little need of issues; without calamity there isn't much democracy. The Valparaiso Messenger thinks that inasmuch as Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

20Gd FE IjlE Cedau Springs, Mich. Mrs. Isaac Dunham, a well-known lady of that place, writes : "I cannot praise Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills too much. They did for me what doctors and other medicines could not do. I was troubled with severe disorders of the kidneys and enlargement of the liver. My family doctor treated me the whole of last winter, but did not help me very much, so I gave him up and began using Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidaey-Liver Pills. inc result was simply wonderful. I am now strong and healthy again, thanks to Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills." A. 11 CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS. Excursion to Sau FiHiu iro Tla Pennsylvauia Line. July 5th to 12 h, itc'u-he. the Pennelv8Dia 'ices will t-eil excursion tickets to Sao Francisco, tcjounf Epworth League Convention. For particular icforcoatton eee ticket ageots o! Pennsylvania lines. Tourist Katf to Kocheater lnd. Ticke 8 od sale daily until September 1901, one and on third fare fr the round trip, good 30 1hv9 f om date of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

The Republican. WM. Q. HENDRICKS, Editor ud Proprietor. O f FICE n Bissell's Elock, Corner Center and LaPorte Streets. utered at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office a Second-Class Matter. SU -3CHIPTI0N: One Year f2.00; Six Month 11 .00; I Three Months f.Oc, delivered at any post otlce. IX paid one year in advance, $1.50.Plymouth Ind., June 20, 1901. A Chicago man named Madden is convinced that Illinois ought to furnish the next president and places his propo sition on the ground of geographical position, importance in the union and loyal repuoiicamsm. lne reasons are all right but there is one thing lacking: available presidential timber. So far this year more than 20,000 set tiers have located along the line of the Northern Pacific railway and the tide is fh wicg with undiminished volume. These people are very largely from the eastern states. We think it is true as a general proposition that any man who possesses the elements of success as a farmer can do better fcr himself in Ind i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

"T"1 oi-m -iV1i -n i The Kankakee Valley Medical Eociety J. I1C XVCDUUllCan. will hold its quarterly meetiDg at Culver ' Judo 25, It la understood that the WJI. O. HENDRICKS, Editor und Proprietor. a body, Dr. Borton of Dr. Wiseman of Cuker . Marshall County Medical society will j met there in Plymouth ard ßT-Advertisemente to appear in The will read papers before the eociety. Republican must be in before Tuesday j The program ot Wioöna Assembly for noon to insure their appearance in me the curreDt geason ia before us, hand- ssue cr that week. The High School commencement I ynm....tmtmnimmmm.i" timiimiHi . 7 Plymouth, Ind., June 20, 1901. local, nr. IV 3. trure. Walter Hilton, who lives near Chicago w visiting Mr. acd Mrs. Klein6chmidt of this city. eotu er and completer than ever and offering a larger feast of good things to be served durincr the bummer at that pop1 ular re6ort for people who like to feed ' their minds and souls while recuperet- 'B, C. Southworth ot thia city has b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

BOERS HITA HARD ON Victorian Rifles Surprised in Camp at 7 in the Evening and Badly Defeated. OUT OF 250 HEN SIXTY RE SHOT, eighteen Beins KilledOf the Balance 140 Are Captured Elliott De- . feats De Wei's Forces. London, Juno 17. Lord Kitchener cables from Trctoria under yesterday's date as follows: w'ear Welmatirust, twenty miles south of Middleburg, 2Ö0 Victorian mounted rifles from General Beaston's column were surprised In camp at Steenkoolsprult by a superior force of Boers at 7:30 p. m. June 12. The enemy crept up to within short range and poured a deadly fire into the camp, killing two officers and sixteen men and wounding four officers and Tthirty-eight men, of whom twentyheight were slightly wounded. Only :two officers and fifty men escaped to General Beaston's camp. The reinain- - der were taken prisoners and released. "Two pompoms were captured by the enemy. Full details have not yet been received." ISritiah Hit De Wet's Force. Lord Kitchener reported Saturday to the war...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

The Republican. WM. G. II ENDRICKS, Editor and Proprietor. KT"Advertisements to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the 38ue cf that week. Plymouth, Ind. June 20, 1901. local : "5. . Misses Blanche and Alice Shaw of Argos were Plymouth visitors Friday Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jacoby returned to Muskegon, Mich., Friday by way cf Chicago, Miss Jessie Toanwho has been teachicg at Attica is home for the summer vacation. Miss Angie Houghton attended the commencement exercises at St. Mary's last Thursday, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan went to Bourbon last week where she will visit two weeks with relatives. Mrs, Frank Bosworth and children went to Buchanan, Mich,, Friday where they will visit her parents. Ray Tanner is home frcm Purdue and will go to Schenectady, New York, next week to work for an electrical company. Mrs. Clevenger has returned to her home at Larwill, after a visit of several days with her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Swindell. Frank B. Carey dec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 June 1901

fln Appetit Suggests groceries Suggests JACOX Phon 60 Don't four Contract for Binder Tuiice Until Yon Have Gotten Price From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. UuMi SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Fall Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS of all Kinds Now on Jap at The When Grocery. Summer Clothing For Horses. Fly Nets, Dusters ' Whips and Harness. All Repair Work Neatly and Promptly Done.... Firestone's Harness Shop. TRY ONE! The best judges pro nounce the ill the Finest 5 cent Cipar in Plymouth. J. H. Eli lilS JUakcr. The Famous on draught or in bottle at John G. Ifahn's Sacple fioom, 105 N. Michigan St. 5 0 ALL KINDS "Furniture, Buggies, "J2tc.t"hy an expert at Hilgenberg & CullisoD. Subscribe For Eerghoff ESeer TThe Evening Hews CORRESPONDENCE. IXWUUD AUD VICINITY. Mr, aud Mr. Crews drove to Bourbon Tuesday. Mies Bessie Johnson with her motber. spent Sunday J. R. Schrom went to South B...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 June 1901

( 7 ' ...VI 1 o TÖUDllGälHl If o iL Piymo lee Re t .1 1 ; i i i V - 7 4 - ( ,1 1 v VOLUME 45. U;cov HÄII1IA AT THE HELM Of a Political Convention Means That Business Will Ba Expedited. OHIO GATHERING MAEES A EEOOED Tash Renominated and a Stalwart Republican Platform AdoptedBryan's Statement. Columbus. O., June 20. The ticket lioniinated by the Republican state convention yesterday is: Governor, George K. Nar?h; lieutenant governor, Carl L. Xippert; supreme judge, J. L. Trice; attorney general. John M. Sheets; clerk of the supreme court, Lawsou E. Emerson; state treasurer, Isaac B. Cameron; member of board of public works, W. (J. Johnston. The convention was in session yesterday from 10:1 J a. m. to 1:10 p. m. and broke the Ohio record by completing its work In three hours. The GEORGE KILBON NASII. Intense heat was prostrating, and Chairman Hanna not only 'cut short own speech but also those of others and then dispatched business with the utmost speed. In those three hours the conven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 June 1901

lezefiga for Forty Year So The Unqualified Sutesnt of a Well Known Attorney, St. Ignace: Mich. Some of the cures made by Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment of stubborn and Ion; continued eczema and skin diseases are causing much comment People are f xnent Peo csl 7 beginning tc LT? that this Oi U is a wonder to realize )intment wonder worker r I WUU All IUU4 Ut . V sfcm tronble. At. v torner Tames T. j MBro Brown, St. Ignace, Micniean. writes as follows : Dr. A. V. Chasa Med. Co. Buffalo, XT. Y. Gents: I cannot refrain from exfresslng my acknowledgement for the relief hard felt from Dr. Chase's Ointment. Por 40 years I wrs afflicted with a slda disease which was located in one spot on my leg. I have spent at a rough estimate fire hundred dollars trying to effect a cure, and not until I applied this ointment did I get relief. You are strangers to me and thU letter Is prompted directly because I want to say and I feel as though I ought to say It, That Chase's ointment has effected a complete ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 June 1901

The Republican. , WM. G. HENDRICKS, Cdltor aid Proprietor. . O 'FICE n Biesell's Block, Corner Center and LaPorte .Streets. rtwed at the Plymouth, Indiana, Poet Office a Secfnd-Ci&8 Mather. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year 12.00; Six Month fl.00; JThrei Months 50c, delivered at any post oSce. If ptdd one year in advance, $1.50. Plmüu'u Ind., June 27. 1901. Fortunately for the city of Plymouth the paving proposition possesses sufficient innerent merit to" prevail with a majority or the citizens in spite of the fool advocacy of the disreputable sheet that poses as its especial defender. Fortunately, also, the people who favcr the project are not guilty of sympathizing with the campaign of vilification and misrepresentation that is being waged by that 6heet against those who, Tor rea sons sufficient for themselves, are opposing the plan. There is not a man on the side of paving who does not know better than to attempt to scare possible remonstrants away from their legal rights by hol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 June 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor aid Proprietor. E7Advertisements to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the ssue cf that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June 27. 1901. Mrs. Sarah Woodrow ofKansas City 19 visiting relatives in Plymouth. i new sign on Michigan street announces that the Blue Ribbon club is at home in its rooms above Shoemaker's Cafe, Mrs. Wm. Zehner and Mrs. John Ap- pleman left Wednesday for Cando, C. E. Toan and H, E. Buck went to Chicago Tuesday to meet Ira D.Buck, of Peoria, Mr. Joseph Chase of Polk township is vieitiog hia daughter, Mrs, B. M. Sey- Korh Dakota, where they will visit bold on Miner St. relatives. Jno. W. Wiltfocg and wife ofChicago ! Underwood & Son can sell you any- are visiting friends acd relatives iu this thing you want in the bicycle line, and city for a few days. ; on repair work they save you money. LOCAL. r".wj. Miss Lucy Sanners is the guest of her grandparents at Bourbon, Mrs. Ma...

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