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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 8 June 1911

RF A I PJT TP TIP to Sns.in and Thad WMtlnr nart ' JUk-J A X, A Aw " X of iol-4 30-35-2 North tp $4000. o 1 T T? i j Furnished by Cressner & Co. . T.. . - f, a chatters cf title, Plymontn, Ind of gwW 33 West . $gf)00 Owners of the only Absct books TB0l r9rnnrtA nnA Jfa a in Marshall County. Abstracts of Joshua y and Susie F Barnev title to all lande in TVInrcti-slI rvrmvl . . vvumvj nortn acres compiled promptly and accurately. ' vtw tn $S00O of swl-4 31-34-1 Avilliam McKesson ani w?f w .1 Tiemola Harris and hus i d to to Martin and Anna Toner lots 6-5-7- E an Minnie S Nelson lot 23 block 17, also lots 2-3-6-7 block 16 Timers add Bourbon $1800. Tyner $1300. Ella C Fresin-er and hus w d to James Jacob Lichtenberger part of n w 1-4 auu- -J-32-1 Union tp $200. W II Bollman w dtoBFWatkins part of out lot no40Ni!es and Ser ing's add Plymouth $1400. SURPKISE MR. RANDALL. Teachers Give Farewell Party to ... Those of Their Number Who Will Not Return. Arges Commencement. Argos Hi...

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

IT ME C IT I 0 Actions Like That of Marshall County Officials Monday Undermine the very .Foundations of Civil Govern ment, Say Highest Tribunal, of Indiana. The opinion of the Supreme court of Indiana has been expressed in a -case exactly similar to the one now being aeted in Marshall county. In Jtbe case of "Wampler vs. the State, decided in 1&97, and given in the 148 Tad. at page "557, the matter came "before them f rom "B!ackford county. Speaking- of the action of two trustees of that county who refused to attend a meeting "for the election of -a county superintendent as the law . Ih-ected, the court -savs: "ilt is to be regretted that appel-'i Tant, as a public official, intrusted under the law, with a public duty, should disregard its plain provisions and commands. Such neglect or refusal to perform a duty which he bad sworn to discharge, merits severe condemnation. When pub'ic officers, charged with the execution -of the law, refuse to obey its manlates, or willful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

WEEK ippiT ipr CAN ÜÜID Li VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THRSDAY, JUNE 15. 1913 NUMBER 24 I in, com us OF VOTING IHK Late Law Requiring Registration of Voters Will More Than Double Usual Elec. tion Expense--Can Voting Machines. The County Council . is earnestly considering the purchase of votin? machines for Marshall county. They want to know what the people think about the matter before the net, and therefore put oT unt'l their September meeting the decision of the question. Mr. J.' M. Greer resigned from the board and in his place Mr. O. A. Greiner lias been appointed for Center township. He has always .taken a lively interest in the governmental questions of the county and naturally is dein? so in this votinrr machine proposition, as are also all the members of t'ie Council. In their discussion of the matter at their special session this week the members ran up against a harl proposition in the form of the new Registration law. This law, requiring every voter to be mistered before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

" C. A. Et ere is repainting bis residence. Monroe Steiner is repainting bis lesidence. The Clippers play at Warsaw next Similar. the commencement dance and banquet. Dr. Eikenberry's day is Friday of each week. The Queen Esther Sunday school class of the Christian church will hold an ice cream social Friday in riio-fif of iht 1irm-. nf l-rs . TTmTV Harold TJoenhertr smut the day -cC ma w n Everybody invited. South Bend. E. It., Monroe was at Tyner on business today. Mrs. Fannie J.'lson is. Culver a few. days. visiting at The Mises Edith and Wildren Evans, Bolle Donovan and Mylo Alexander, of East Chicago, are the guests of Rose and Marguerite t Mrs. Pearl Dunfe of Tyner in Plymouth today. was Miss Fay Wckizer went to Argos ; Holzbauer. They came to attend this morning to visit. j the commencement dance and banMrs. Mariam Cramer is visiting quet. her father at Inwood. R. Shaffer made a business trip to South Bend today. irs. O. B. Klingermnn spent! Thursday in South Bend. Miss Lottie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

Head W aitress Discusses the Harem Skirt f AN you give me an -omelette -s a-la-Harem?" asked the Steady Customer of the Head Waitress in the Cafe des Enfants as he finished studying the bill-oi-fare. "Quit your bidding" replied the Heaa Waitress, "and for the love of Mike out the Harem thing out of ycurj ccnveis-tion. I'm sick of it. Every u u.q tomes around here tries to te fuiiny by asking rre if Mrs. EnL.nts is st-iS to have her waitresses Meur Harem sürts so they can move " -around quicker. AU of which is about as lui.ny a-s a crutch, as tho man witu tie wooden leg said." . "You wrong me," said the Steady Customer, "waen I asked for an omelette a-la-Harem I meant not to be frivolous. 1 was in a real reztaranr. the oter day and they had pork cheps a-ia-ilurem. So why not ctiolrtter "i-tric chops a-la-Harem!" echoti the Head Waitress. "What could they be- r "Thr.t'e what I wondered," rsnlitd the Steady Customer, "so I ordered some. Well, instead of sometning rew they brought the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

IE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Edltor and Prop 18SUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at theN post -office t Plymouth, Indiana, tinder the Act' of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 5? 11-50 Elx months 75 two montba 25 The caper wCl be continued tiniest ordered tapped, except where subscribers lire outside tj ie county. The date on the yellow ilip la tha tl me to which you have paid. FIRE ALARM. A number of times during the past few months the fire department has tad difficulty in finding the location of the fire and lost much valuable time because of it. The difficulty is said to be with the citizen who sends in the alarm. In the excitement the wrong district number is given and, of course, the department is led to tba wrong place. Councilmen say there is need öf edu cation ion .this Subject. Everyone should know exactly how to send in an alarm so that no mistake will be made. It is easy enough. When you call central give the fire district number o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

I 1 a ) O O o c o () ) o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ) o o o o o ) o o o o o o Hot Weather Requisites Every season has its special aids to health and comfort. A stock like ours provides all of them. Whether you stay at home or go vacationing, equip yourself with the little modern antidotes for discomfort. Fine, toilet waters, bath perfumes, bath supplies, shampoos, massage cieams, skin foods -lotion, talcums, foot powders, toilet articles of all kinds. :: :: :: Here you are always sure of a satisfactory assortment of good good3 and of the lowest possible prices. If you cannot come to the store, call us up by phone and we will deliver wbat you want. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Chas Reynolds, Prop. 3 U O o o o o o o o o o o o o ( o o o o o o X o o o o o o o o 8 o o o o o o o o CCCCS3 CCCOCOCCCCOOCCCCOO ICOO Music Sale-Saturday at HougLton ' For Sale Fresh cow and calf. C. A". Reeve. wdtn For Sale Large roll top ffice desk $15. Republican office, dwtn SATURDAY Harry Humrichouer his new Bniek...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

- Calling on Corinna The square-shou'dered voting man who had teen sitting in a-brown study for fifteen minutes lifted hlaJf up streikt la the bis chair and '!g!t?d ?.s cne-who gives up a problem. "In spite of all," he said, "I can t telp but admire her colossal nerve!" 'Tioni wfc:eh .appealing remark," Baid the young man with the large and humorous mouth from across Vie reading table, "I take It that you jearn to pour out your grief upon my manly bosom. Proceed." "Of course," went on the first one "with laborious airiness, "it isn't anything serious. It isn't as though ? as desperately gone and all t v i. you kno. I'd like to see lhe girl I'd lose sleep over. Only a fellow lat?s to think he's been done or that a girl thiaks he's easy, clon't yo -know?" "I should say so," agreed the other yo in? man. "Once let 'em fSlrilr V-... V ..,." V.. t . i 3 iiv luirj ut iue unper iiaa'i fciiu It s all ofT. Keep 'em in their proi er I lace, I say." "What do you know r.hout it?" growled the oth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

County Correspondence TWIN LAKES. - Mrs. Ross Nichols spent Friday in Plymouth. ilrs.Meel and daughter, Ha, spent .Monday afternoon in Plymouth. ilr.and Mrs.B.VanpIder of South Bend -spent a fuw days there last week. Oral Kreighbaum of South Bead was the guest of his parents Satut day and Sunday. Ir.and Mrs. Bert Frank and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frank. Mr. and Mrs. E. Smith of South Bend returned to their home, Monday after a weeks visit with Mr.acd Mrs J. R. Dotv. m Mr. and Mrs. Ilunt and Mr. and Mrs. Britten left Saturday for their home in South Bend after camping a week on the ridge. John Nichols returned from North Manchester Saturday where he had been called on account of the serious illness of his father. The following visited with Mr. and -.'na. o. av. ounuay : jir. una Airs Endiner and Mr. and Mrs.Wilch of Ft.W ayne; Misses Mamie and Agnes Landgroff, Miss Bertha Myers. Mrs. B.McalTee and F.Ford and M.Kuntz of South Bend. Mr. New and wife, MKand MrsE.Tkm4, )3.Twome...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 15 June 1911

IIBTS) OF IE CITY IIN1D CONDITION Fire Chief Kuhn Says So After Investigation of Every One-Two or Three Bad Ones To Be Cleaned UpCommittee Soon Here. On Monday Fire Chief Kuhn made an inspection of all the basements of business section of the city to find out their exact condition with reference to their containing inflammable materials. His report of that investigation to the city council Monday night was very favorable, and shows the business men of Plymouth to be awake to their best interests. The. report reads as follows : Kuhn's Report. "The undersigned begs leave to report to your honorable body that he has made a careful inspection of all the basements of the business houses in the city and found all to be in good condition with the exception of two or three and in which cases the owners thereof airreed to remove all objectionable matter tomorrow. A:so find that the alleys are in good condition . Iicspectfullv submitted, F. II. Kuhn. Fire Clvef . " Tt will be remembered that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

v ... . . 4T WEECCLY CAN a - - VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY JUNE 22 1911 NUMBER 25 PliWS ftHE AFOOT FOR A IDEl 1 iEET HER Commercial Club arranging for a big Jubilee in 'Plymouth next fall. Will issue sovenir book. Also to place Electric signs. The Commercial Club held its June meeting last evening at the City hall at which time several important matters were brought up for discussion, the most important of which was the proposition presented by the Agricultural committee. It is the intention of the committee with the united support of the citizens of Plymouth and the rural population of the county to present a nevr and unique two or three days program this fall. It will be a combination of Home comimr. Fair, and other modern "get to gethers." The plans ha e not as yet been worked ont in detail but there will be premiums for farm products, such a? Ii1 e stock, grains, grasses, fruits; also rewards for skill in housework, a3 the preparing of jams, .jellies, needlework, etc. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

THURSDAY' J. T. Lowry was in South Bend today. . Alvin Marsh made a trip to Rochester today. Dr. Durr was in "Warsaw Wednesday, on business. ! A. T. "Wallace, who has been ill is now better.., Mrs. James Hennessey was in Niles yesterday. " U. S. Lemert was in South Bend and Mishawaka yesterday. Argos was the receipent of quite a hail storm Wednesday. C. H. Mattox of Laporte is here visiting with his family. Mrs. Catherine Houk is here visiting from Piqua, 0. Mrs. James Parks went to East Chicago to visit a few days. The Pension Board met Wednesday and examined one applicant. Miss Nell Dunkle of Indianapolis spent yesterday at Brightside. Miss Hose Mast of In wood is visiting relatives in Argos several days. Reuben Rhodes and Sidney Rimer of Pondsville, 0., enjoyed the day at Culver. A. B. Personette and Harrisoa I'.V.dL made a business trip to Warsaw Wednesday. Dr. S. W. Gould of Argos was in the city yesterday looking after pension business. Mrs. Rebecca Myers went to Teegarden Thu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

CANADIAN SOLOriS WHQH Lord Rosebery Toasts Recent Effort! Towards Universal Arbitration. London, June 20. The members of the house of lords and bovse of commons pave a lrrcl:ern at Westminster tail to the r"rfp-,' to Domjn:on r"-' - r - , - r t - If ' f 1. ry ttu : k :c PROBE TJR STuAGE EGGS Cornell Professor and Expert Will Start an Inquiry in Omaha. Ithaca, N. Y., June 20. An investigation of the cold storage egg for the government will he conducted this Bummer by Professor W. A. Stocking of Cornell university, a bacteriologist cf note. The investigation will be made at Omaha with several experts from he government offices in Washington assisting. The investigators propose to find out particularly what kind of eggs should be placed in storage so as to Insure the best keeping qualities. Desperate Bandits at Large. Butte, Mont, June, 20. The two bandits who held up and robbed a store at Monida Saturday, later shot and killed Conductor W. Kidd, of- a short line train, seriously wound...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

1- HE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS, Edltor 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 One year 11.50 8ix months 75 TWO months .25 The taper irfll be continued unless ordered tapped, except where subscribers live outside t le county. The date on the yellow slip is th ti ae t which you have paid. 31 fllEL'S ACADEMY COB- BEHCEHEHT EIGHT PUPILS ARE GRADUATED FROM PLYMOUTH INSTITUTION WITH HONOR AND GET DIPLOMAS. HISTORY OF SCHOOL Pounded In 1861 It Ha? Grown With the City Mid Has Had Large Usefulness Rev. Father Tremmel. Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock oc curred the Commencement exercises at St. Michael's Academy. Eight young people received their diplomas. They are: David Arado, Loub Brown, Esther Eich, Martin Ness loan Molter, Martha Durbin, Alfred Wickey and Walter Shaugnessy. I he Uall was decorated for the occasion with ferns and with the class colors, bl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

Where it is to be Had Whea you require anything th it drug stires ought t") have, you will find it here. Oar stock is one of unusual completeness and is as high in quality as it is complete. It is n-'t wo-'h n-V n lose time when seeking drugs nor iu tat auy chAucea ou the quality. Where prices are fairest also F-ii prices &-cu:d wi.h quality ol good?. Both are part of perfect service. Here you get ooth. If one of our prices ia ever beaten, you can fairly question the quality. We try to sare you money while wa save you all ritk and dissatisfaction. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Chas Reynolds. Prop. 3 WANT COLUMN For Sale For Rent Lost Fcwnd-Wanted-Etc. For Sale Fresh cow and calf. C. A. Reeve. wdtn In the front window of the Republican office are a number of Red Cross Bulletins on the subject, " How to Combat Tuberculosis." They are for distribution and any one desir ing one is welcome to help himself to the same. dw dtn Pasture for rent Blue grass, good water, shade. Bert Hand, R....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

.WOODEN SYEAME3 8UR?:3 Two Women Lrt Live in Fire In Boston HtrLcf. Boston, June li. Two women lost their liv3 and five men were Injured "wOn the wooden passenger steamer. Governor Andrew, of the Nahant line, "was burned to the water's edge at a "wharf In East Boston. The bodies, which were thos of Harriet Kelley and Elizabeth McNeil, both stewardesses on the craft, were recovered by the police. The Injuries to the men were not serious. George B. Cox Case Ended. Cincinnati, O., June 19. Presiding Judge C H. Kyle of the second common pleas district ruled that the two affidavits of bias and prejudice filed by Prosecutor Hunt against Judges Hunt and Dickson In the George B. Cox case have no validity and that he is without power to act The decision "wipes the Cox case off the court records KNOX BEFORE COMMITTEE Secretary Throws No Light Upon Day Portrait Voucher Case. "Washington, June 15. Scretary of State Knox appeared before the house committee on expenditures In the state department...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

HOPEFUL lfH 15 TMSEH BY BHL PENROSE TELLS. PRESIDENT THAT CANA DIAN RECIPROCITY BILL IS SURE TO PASS THE SENATE. EXPECTS VOTE SOON Chairman of Finance Committee Drops Around To White House, To Reassure Taft of Favorable Progress. Washington, June 17. The most cheering news ttat has been distributed about the White House this summer concerning a vote on the reciprocHy bill wa9 given by Senator Penrose, chairman of the senate finance committee. He said that in about two weeks things should have so settled themselves in the senate that it would be possible to determine quite definitely the date of the vote on the measure Senator Penrose is confident that the bill will pass and without the Root amendment He expects great progress to be made in these next two "weeks in the way of opposing senators unloading their oratory against the measure and says tbat things are now going on in the senate with such despatch in this regard that the end should loom in sight at least in a fortnight Senat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 22 June 1911

Copyiifct 1911 Toe House of Knppeniesae Chicago Tou Young Fellows will find LÄUER'S Guaranteed Suits just right ior you "We have for you a special display of Young Men's Spring and summer styles. You don't want the conservative .styles and cuts that please the older men. These are distinctive models that have what the young fellows call snap" and "ginger" to them, yet not extreme HYe show them in the cele- ; b rated Kuppenheimer and :r Jttrschbaum "Young Felo' v models, at $15, Sl6, $18, S20. Ttoy are guaranteed to be all wool and give satisfactory .service. We want you to -see them to appreciate them. Vc have also fine suits at .popular prices, $10 and $12.50. Right upto the minute . In style and get up. We are making special sale this week on the greatest shirt on earth, at 50c. All styles. See our north window. We are making special prics on all Steraw Hats, Summer Underwear, hosiery for Ihe hot weather. Let us show you the swellcst line of Oxford Shoes in town, in - Crawfords, K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

LY i 1 1 1 1 ; ii il VOLUME 57 PLYMOüx."" INDIANA. THURSDAY JUNE 29 1911 N UM Ii EK 26 ' x t DJUiTHÖilSf EISE Appellate Court Grants Rehearing of Ness Attorneys, Reversing Tliicr Former Decision in Part and Affirming it i in Part. The Appellate court has again rendered an opinion in the noted Marshall county' courthouse case, this time granting the rehearing asked for by attorneys Logan and Lauer for Ness This is the second rehearing this court has granted. The first was in favor of O 'Keef e, and reversed in ehipf their first. decision in the case, which was in favor of Ness. J The gist of the decision banded! down yesterday as reported by the Indianapolis Star is as follows: "(1) Same holding as to affidavit for bid. (2) The decorating con-i tract was vitiated by the adding of the words 'this bid is conditioned on being awarded all the work." (4) "The plumbing and lightin? contracts were vitiated by the addition of the words "This bid is conditioned on being awarded all -the work....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

THURSDAY Monroe St:in?r day on business. is in Lapaz to Mrs. C. S. CleavelanJ spent the day in Mishawaka. Mrs. J. J. , Van GiUTer sp;nt the day :n South Bend. Jane A&pinall has g;ne to Chicago for a week's visit. Nuhtwateh Mitt McKinney spent Wednesday in Bourbon . D. L. McKesson went to Tyner "Wednesday cn busings. J. P. Sa :fer of Wakarusj is in the city on business to.lay. Mr-. Ad'i? Zeniz a : J dar-rbter, Goklie went to Hams for the day. Calvi i OT.lenni?, the Ar. 05 atorney, was in the city cn business jesterday. f Mrs. Lewis 0. Pa:e of Warsaw transacted br.sin.ss in the cit -yesterdny. 11. C. Thcr bnr of tia-föcte! business in Walnut Plvnur.rh Wednesday. I. K. Yaxoi ad sons. P. A. and Elmer of Anros -were in the city on business today. Mis. FldriJsre Thompson visite.l Mrs. Kershaw at Anros Wednesj day and Thursday. V. A. Leonard left for Walkerton Wednesday neon to Kok after business interests there. J. M. liens' a'v of Culver anl clanirl t r. Mrs. Kate Reminder s ...

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