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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

1 ruurc ourr Hats, Movcrs imuiiic ties, at GREAT REDUCTION. ; All must go to make room for EARLY FALL STOCK. We tall; through our hats" If ihy'ie right we have them Anl if we have them they're right. Besse T. IVlyers MILLINERY 104 North Michigan St. M NOT HUE GIRL SCOUTS OF AB, 'KOIIVZLKVDHO KV Eons jo qwoi 3HX aaax Girls' Athletic Leaue in Ne- York LASSIES AS WELL-AS LADDIES PLYMOUTH PROSPECTS Many people who like girls are just i a little jealous of the 'ureat amcum ', of attention being pa:d to the bo vs. in tne Loy beout movement, anl th? almost absolute neglect of the girls. If we would develop a higher tvp3 of win- in me nexi sxeneranon. we mast not overook the girls for they are to ha-e a part in our future civilization and the level to which they r'se wll he largely the stratum on which the hoys will bivouac. Why all this over proportion of effort' heinz expended on our juvenile males ? Is it because they need it -more, because we love them best, because they are more worth ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

AML M.f b'ULIlAII SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop JrtUED "EVERY THURSDAY. "-ntered as second class matter Jronary 14. 1911. at the sl office t n?vmouth. Tndiana, under the Vt of March 3, 1S79. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION -Xf rer mntft "o month ......... Wi hieß mn nrt- pid 10. WHEA LAST .YEAR HOT, DRY, WEATHER IN THE ÜIDDLE OF MAY CAUSE OF POOR CROP. PRICES NO HIGHER Crrcit'ors Lixitei to This Section Early Sowed Wheat is GoodFhlds Plowed and Replanted. Now that wheat cutting t'uie is litre we can saiYlv say that thi ear's crop is poorer t! a i that oi jjst eason, in this part of the country. In 1 et. in many places this is particularly mticcabl?. Some farmers have plowed up their wheat "el.Is and sowctl other j:rain. Others have turned their stock i ito t!ie J.'fMs. thi ikinj: th"s more profitaM.1 I:an a jxor crop of trrain. A wtxt peculiar rat in this re:ari is that while one fiehl may have a jmu a crop of wheat as usual the llfl l next to it has no crop at all t" -pak of. Tliis is due ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

ruurc uurr ' "J- Ti.- U. W 1 , -J Tras Reliability There are no articles we sell that are of more importance t lan trusses. For that reason we make a careful study of them and handle the kinds that cati be depended upon to ive effective service. We also see that they arc properly fitted, and when fitted we guarantee them. This is one article that it is especially impo rtant to be procured here. PEOMS DRUG SINE Charles Reynolds Prop. Pasture for rent Blue grass, good water, shade. Bert Hand, R. 13, Arges. , win For Sale Gas bag for 4-horse en-ine. Cost $5, price $2.5D. Republican otfiee. Eulls fcr Sale. 'V Sil ort Horn arl Polled Dnrhamspure bred -red saul roans. Call, write -wire or phone. C. T. Mattincly, Plym outh, Ind. wtn Instant Gape Cure. Sav your ehickens; save your money. Guaranted "Instant Gape Cure" eures. Fifty cents per box. Send money order. W. P. Baker & Co., Akron, Ind. In the front window of tiie Republican office are a number of Rwd Cress Bulletins on th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

It '( Ü ,G' f- .4 ) mj-.mi Mestfoires (Gray Hair to Sulphur is a Natural Element of the Hair" When there is not a sufficient amount cf sulphur in the hair, it loses its life, color and strennth, turns gray, and falls out. There are many forms of sulphur, but only one-kind tl:st is suitable for treatment of the hair and rclp, r.nd ihl is the kind used la prcuarlnq WYETii'S SAGE AND SULPilUft UAlli iteriiSSY. We Have the Secret, and We Give You the Benefit ol It at an Exceedingly Low Price For Uro or three years my hair had heen fallirtjr cut and petting quite thin, until the top of my head was entirely bald. About four months apo I commenced using Sage and Sulphur. The first bottle seemecf to do some good and I kept tiding it regularly, until now I have used four bottles. The whole top of my head is row fairly covered with hair, and it keeps coming in thicker. I shall keep on usirg it a while longer, as BALDNESS CURED t I notice a constant improvement. STErilEX BACOX, Rochester, N Y....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

II SI IK Hitchcock New : Named Places Aggregate Balance $500 Deposits in Multiples of $1 . Postmaster General Hitchcock Wed nesday named Plymouth, Ind., amoncr the new places to receive a postal savings bank. The official information has not as yet been re ceived at the post office but all probability today's mails will bring it. As has been provided, eums of fl or-more will be accepted from depoitors, and . these . sums will be eposited in the local banks, where the money is to remain unless withdrawn by the President in c ase of war of other exigency. In case of this "withIrawl the funds are to be invested in government securities, but with the provision that such securities shall not draw less than 2 1-4 per cent interest. The control of the funds is vested in a a board of trustees composed of the postmaster-ireneral, the secretary of the treasury and the attorney general. . The argregate balance allowed to any depositor is $500 and no person will be permitted to deposite more th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 29 June 1911

1 OFEHSaPUB C vr-t PLMOUffc FOR CHILDREN FORT WAYNE BOASTS THE BIGGEST AND BEST PLAY SPOT IN INDIANA COVERS 7 ACRES. HAS FINE EQUIPMENT Named In Hono Of Mr And Mrs Olaf N. Guldin, Who Have Been the Prometers. To the. inspiring accompaniment of music, addresses, athletic drills, gymnastic exercises, and the merry romPing of thousands of boys and girls, Fort Wayne opened its newest, and best equipped public playground last month (May 20). This Playground is situated alingr the St. Mary's river between Ross and Van Buren sirets. It is called The Mr. and Mrs. Guldlin Playgrounds". In the dedication ceremonies the committee in charge had the following to say in reference to those for whom the big play spot was named. We are fortunate in having amon the disfranchised half of our citizenship a lady who is widely known, he country over, for her activity and usefulness in the. National Feneration of Womens Clubs. At homo, wo know of her as being among the formest in every movement for the be...

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

--J.V .,... 7v 11 M1G VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY JULY H I9U NUMBER 27 WEÖCLY G0IE1IITJM HFRf OIJULY 22ND Postmaster Steiner Receives Instructions As To the New Institution of Uncle SaowPreparations Making for Opening of Banking Facilities. Plymouth's new "Pot.d Savings Bank will be opened July -J, according io instructions received by postmaster Steirer. In the meantime oil the preparations in the way of deposit books and blanks, and other paraphernalia necessary will be cotten together and arrange 1 for business. The following information! in regard to the postal savings sys tem can be given Object. Postal Savings 1. Tl ie Svstem is established for the purpose of pro-.j; vidinsr facilities for depositing sav-Lj mg at interest with the security of tic United States- fJovevninent fr ltj.ayrnent. Safety. The !rith.of the Urfted Statjs iz solemnly olj lcd to the payment of deposits made in postal savings depository offices with accrued interest as provided by the postal-savi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 6 July 1911

Borft Starve Yomr Hair Mauy a Head of Hair, Apparently Healthy, is Slowly Starving to Death Hair must have sulphur or die. When the blood fails to supply sulphur in sufficient quantities, the hair loses its color, dies and falls out. When this condition begins, do not delay. In order to live, the hair must have sulphur, and the only combination containing sulphur that the hair roots will absorb is yLt is the finest Hair Dressing made, and keeps the hair soft, glossy and beautiful. It removes dandruff, stops the hair from coming out, and promotes hair growth. , It Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color PRICE 50c. AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS 1 . If your druggist does not keep it send 50c. in stamps and we will send you a large ucttle, express prepaid Vyeth Chemical Company, FREE A 25e Cake o1 Wyeth'a Sag and Sulphur Tollet Soap Free to anyone who will send us this advertisement wita lOc in Maraps to cover cost of wrapping nd mailing tbe soap. Special Agent. FRED WENZLER, Plymouth. .Ind SM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 6 July 1911

U WSAWITARY CONDITIOI ABOUT MEATS LEGAL REQUIREMENTS WHICH HEALTH OFFICERS ARE COMPELLED TO ENFORCE IN SL UGHTER-HOUSES. PLACES ARE EXAMINED Previsions of Law Which is Designed 0 I to Protect the Public From Unwholesome and Bad Food. The laws of the state of Indiana are very strict, in regard to the conditions about .laughter-liouses. Health olticers are sworn to enforce these laws and have no alternative Lnt to do so. The Plymouth. PoarJ of Health has lately been, making some examination of the slau-zjiter-housos of' the city markets, and finds them not in the best of condition, yet superior to the customary place for killing. A meeting was recently held with the meat men of the city and the law and requirments fullv explained to them, and they will all comply strictly with the law. This law was passed in 1907 and its provisions are as follows; statin? the lecal unsanitarv conditions which mnst not exist 1. If the slanjrhter-house is dilapidated and in a state of decay. 2. If the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 6 July 1911

TS' !l p nr ni!i in i i (real estate deals. lit KLlUDLiWi S-V1uu. t. OOYS. Editor -nd Proi iITKi KVKKY THURSDAY. 1-InTered as second class matter orunry '4. 10iCt tne post office t Plymouth, Indiana, lender the - "tili VII . JOf7. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : m year OTUhs. ..... ro n.unhg .... 1.50 Vt tTus 4 iHr win be continued tuilese orflerto so ni. except fber uU:rttert. live uMläe count t. Tbl date on the veHow Ut th IT TO HOLft 1 ELECTION J 1 ou: ty Ami tor Walker ha? called a meeting of the township trustees "fVr-Mcn ay, July 10, für the purpose -of electing a county snpeti tendent to succeed Mr. L. E. Strinebach. I VOICE Of THE PEOPLE f Poisoning Dogs. If you have a grudge aaraint your neighbor, te1! hiui about it; don't poison his dog. If the dog annoys you, complain of it and declare it a mrsace. but don?t make the-dumb brute suffer. The dog poisoner is a?ain at wrrk. Wl'oever be or she is, should surely bold a prominent place in our huJcnne socirty. Some valuable dogs died in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 6 July 1911

Get the Peroxide Habit There should be a bottle of hydrogen peroxide in every home. "Peioxiue," as it is calieJ for shurt. is coming into ". universal me as'if' g-rmicide, antisep ic and purifier. It destroys all jrapuritie8 13 invaluable as an application to wounds, is tha mo&t effici-nt niouth wash, as it destroys all bacteria and purifies the breath. Save, teeth," cures eora throat andia a family medicine chest in itself. Cheap also. In Jbottles at 10c. 40c. etc. ' 20 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE CLas: Reynolds. Proprietor Pasture for rent Bine grass, good water, shade. Bert Hand, K. 13, Argos. i win For Sale Gas bag for 4-horse engine. Cost 5, price $2.50. Republican office. Bulls for Sale. Short Horn and Tolled Dnrhams pure bred red and roans. Call, write wire or phone. C. T. Mattingl y, Plymouth, Ind. wtn Instant Gape Core. Save your chickens; save your coney. Guaranted "Issttnt Gap Cure" cures. Fifty cents per box. Send money order. W. P. Baker & Co., Akron...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 6 July 1911

THURSDAY S. E. Bovs has returned home frprn Indianapolis. ' F. 11. Carlton of Culver spent the Cay in the city. ' Irs. Ray Nelson of Donaldson spent the day here. Eujrene League transai business at South Bend tcdav. v Mathias Mamrus left today to spend a week at Bremen. Hm. Oraham has .crone to Rochester to work over Sunday. TI. A. Anderson of South Beul vas here on business today. Al Jones "of Bourbon transacte.l business at Aros. Thursday. Mesdames Montgomery and Birch spent the day in Sou.h Bend. Miss Ellen. Leiter has ro'ie to South Bend for a week's viit.' V Mrs.- Marian -Cramer and three children spent Thursday at Harris Miss Hilda Stockman of Bourbon is visiting the family of Bert Grube. Misses Blanche and Anta Mullonlionr spent the day at So.ith Bend. Mrs. S. C. Rhinebart of Grovertown shopped in the city this morning. Mesdames Chas. Sherer and Oyle Swinderman spent the day at Walkerton. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McDonald ha e pone to Iake Maxinkuckee for t'ie summer. Cleu Fisher wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 6 July 1911

Ml DLLIN ERY . - Semi-annual Clean up Sale of all trimmed Hats, Flowers and the Season's Latest Novelties, at GREAT REDUCTION. All most go to make room for EARLY FALL STOCK. 'We talk through our hats' If they're right we have tbem And if we have them they're right. Dessa T. JVIyers ' MILLINERY 104 North Michigan St. J Honest Medicines Versus Fakes. President Taft 's recent message -ingesting au amendment to the Pu:e 1'ood and D'us law in its relation to Prepared Medicines, does not refer to such standard medicines aa Foley's Honey and Tar Compouud and Foley Kidney Pills, both of which are true medicines carefully compounded of ingredients whose medicinal qualities are recognized by the rneuieai profession itself as the best known remedial ajrent for the diseases they are intended to counteract. For over three decades Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has been a standard remedy for coughs, colds and affections of the throat, chest and lungs for children and for rown persons, and i retai...

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

OBITUARY UUUJ1J The Kind You Ilavo 'Always Bonght, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has homo tho signature of and has been made under his personal supervision since its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORJA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms ' and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CENUiKE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of S7 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 13 July 1911

ID WEEKLY MEPUELDCAN Comity Reeorder lJaalO VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY JULY 13 I9l I NUMBER 28 AUTOMOBILES AT CROSSINGS. HIS FIRST DAY ON THE BEACH. r4 I Hi ill L E. STEH i Commercial Club Arranging for a Great Meet in Plymouth Some Time in September- Airship, . Horse. Show, Farm Products. The Agricultural Committee of the Plymouth Commercial club, "which w?.s the last one appointed, has become just now the all-important committee of the club. This committee on which are Messrs. F. A. Forbes, Oron Hoover and "Warren McFarlin, have been at work and will for some time be at work on a great meet for Plymouth, which will now in all probability be held some time in Sep-, tember, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The dates will probably be the 21st, 22nd and 23rd, as these will interfere least with the fairs 'which come at that time of the year. At the meeting of the commercial club last week it was decided that this great meet will be called the "HOME COMING AND HARVEST FESTIV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 13 July 1911

THURSDAY ?.Irs. S-l Miller spent the day in South l'ciul. P. .T. Haa has' painteil lit st ore 0. lh-itur will visit at flarv for a couple of days. Clint lUn-lurunt has enclosed his poreli '.ith creeni. Mrs. M.'O.ltiee of Hiblarl. was a Plymouth visitor today. J. A. McFarlm transacted business at South Bend today. Helen Shafer has gone to visit her father who is working near Argos. Fred Koch of Columbia City, was in the city on business today., Mrs.' H. A. Miller of Bremen shopped here Wednesday. Miss Anna Shively visited .over the Fouth at Klkhart and South Bend. Miss Alma Mcore of Tyner is home from school at Valparaiso for a few davs. Willis Thornburg -is building a new cement walk along the south side of his lot. ' C. Cunningham returned to iW let Thursday morning where he has Mis. Lois Thompson of South Bend is here for a two weeks visit with friends. Mrs.' Florence Zook of Ft. Wayne spent Wednesday here the guest, of her son, Carl B. Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Colling of Winona spent Wed...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 13 July 1911

fUl m MläliY i; Showing Dandruff Druggists are authorized to sell ii fr tee that the money will be refunded if it fails to do exactly as represented. PRICE 60C AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS Jf yemr drmrrüi does not keep it send jOc. in stamps and we will send yon a large bottle, express prepaid. WYETH CHEMICAL COMPANY. 74 CORTLANDT STREET, NEW YORK FREE A 25c Cake f WyelV Sage mn Sulphur Toilet Soap Free to anyone who will send ua this advertisement with 10c in stamps to cover cost of wrapping and mailing the soap. Special Agstit, FRED WENZLER, Plymouth, Ind RESTIIUIKII PUBLISHED A. S. UNDERWOOD HAS SOLD CHURCH OF GOD PAPER AND WILL' RETIRE PROM ITS WORK. A NEW CORPORATION Paper Has B?en Published in Plymouth Since 1874 Underwoods . Will Not Leave City. The Restitution, the only paper of the Church of God, has been sold by A. R. Underwood to a new corporation recently formed in Geveland, O. The racks, cases, type, and other furniture and fixtures of the plant have been packed and were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 13 July 1911

SAMLEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. I'-ntered as second class matter January 14, 1911, aMhe post office at Plymouth, Indiana', under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One yefcr... $1.50 Clx oonths 75 two months 25 The oir will be cor.tiiiiied on.es ordered aopel. except Hüeie aorribera lire oottlde tMc .uatf. Tbe'lateon the yellow slip It tue tl ae to wnica you have paid. PERHAPS. If Editor Metsker Lad spent his en orgies looking after the election of Prof. Rizer as countj superintendent instead of trying to name the Plymouth post-master, Mr. Rizer might have been efected. (?) of the Territorial legislature, and lost it by two decisions of Territoral judg ges appointed by President Cleveland decisions , which, according to the Pacific Monthly story, w re judicially indefensible. How well the regain PRESIDENT TATT. The article on William n. Tafl from the Marion Chronicle in today 'a paper gives clearly an insight into the greatness of our nation's chi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 13 July 1911

Rare, Rich, Refreshing Ice Cream Combinations Have you tried our tice cream and ice cream combinations this eea?on? Our ice cream is better tharTever this year. It's the richest ice cream possible to make frozen perfectly and flavored and sweetened just right. Combined with fruit syrups and carbonated waters, it makes the most refreshing satisfying beverage imaginable. When combined with fruits end nuts, as in our sundaes, it makes a dainty of superlative deliciousness. Follow the crowd the next warm evening you will bxins: up at our fountain. ME PEOPLE'S DM STORE Chas: Reynolds, Proprietor Bolls for Sale. Short Horn and Polled Dnrhams pure bred red and roaDs. Call, write wire or phone, C. T. Mattingly, Plymouth, Ind. wtn In the front window of the Republican 'office are a number o'f Bed 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 WANTED Local and traveling salesmen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 13 July 1911

i I - I li lftHi)IDtBiSil Afcgetahle Preparallonror Assimilating ÜicFoodarvlBcguIalir.g theStooachs andiJovt'els of Promotes DigcstioiiXheerfurncssandRest.Contains neither Oj3äim3forphine nor Mineral. Tiox "Nailc otic . 3rftmJ ,1 A perfect Remedy for Constipation , Sour Stomach, Diartiioea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-, ness and Loss of Sleep. 7acSimle Signature of KEW YORK. EXACT COPT CT JF0R1TI0N FOR GEIEIT USERS OF GIT! SHOWN TO BE PRODUCTION VERY LARGE OF INTEREST 1 TO CONTRACTORS HERE. nflfJTM IM ll&nnnTi MTC iVirn'n'a' Kentuekv. Tennessee, Georjfllll 111 llTlrUKIAniL- Alaha' OMihoma. ant Texrs. ! produced 5,717.959 barrels, at 94 TroduonS Plants Have Increased and tne Use of the Ma'erial Hakes Steady Gains Everywhere. . htatlstlcs of cementprocaction:cl:ool and lead it to,a m hvher in 1910, as reported by Ernest F. IJarehard, of the United States Geological Survey, indicate that tiie cement industry ranks within the first eight extractive industries i:i the Vnited ...

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