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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

-m-tG-! 1 o 1 IsVXL .11 VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SE PTEMBER 26. 1901. Tf i rrn Ply .Reo blican i i 'V r v i , i -i R E 6 1 PRO 6 1 President Roosevelt will Follow the Lines Laid Down by McKinley and Insist That the Senate Act on Pending Treaties. Chicago, Sept. 24 The Wash ington correspondent of the Inter Ocean says: President Roosevelt realizes that his administration will meet with opposition in the senate when the reciprocity treaties are to be considered. McKinley knew of this opposition in the senate, but he had carefully map ped out his course, and he intend - ed to make an earnest effort to bring the senate to terms. His Buffalo speech was an appeal to the people to arouse public inter est in this question before con gress assembled. McKinley had secured the ex tension of all the reciprocity treaties negotiated under his ad ministration, and, contrary to the belief of some senators, those treaties are now all alive and be fore the senate for ratification. The ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

forme. Socenta. The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Xlltor tad Proprietor. OFFICE In Bisselt Kock, Comer Center and LapoTte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office a Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance .-$1.50; Six Months 75 cents; "Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postofeoe. Plymouth Ind., September 26, 1901. "Let us shrink from no. strife, moral or physical, within or without the nation, provided we are certain that the strife is jvatified, for it as only through strife, Ihrough hard and dangerous endeavor, that we shall ultimately win the, gal of true nat ional greatness." President Roose velt. There are limits to the doctrine of personal liberty when American free dom is abused by ignorant fanatics for the development of their insane ideas. The United States harrxa-ed the as sassin of King Humbert of Italy. It has been intimated tiiat plots against the Czar of Russia aie in pro cess of development here. We may not love the autocracies of Eu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

FIRST OFFICIAL fl6T President Roosevelt Takes up tüe Work ot Administra . tlon-flpnointments Aade-No GaDinet Chances are Contemplated. Canton, C, Sept. 20 Presi dent Roosevelt, in conformity Avijh his policy to carry out as : mucn as possiuie uiu pius ui President McKinley, announced yesterday the appointment of W. B. Ridgely of Illinois as control ler of the Currency. ' 1 ?L, Ä.X 1 law of Senator Cullom, was the choice of the late president for the post to be made vacant on Oct. 1 by the retirement of Char les G. Dawes. In fact, the com mission was signed by Mr. Mc Kinley just before the journey to Buffalo, but formal announce ment of the appointment was de layed. - . President Roosevelt has in formed Mrs. McKinley through Secretary Cortelyou, that in pur suance of the intention of the late President McKinley, and in recognition of devoted services, as well as because of eminent fitness. Medical Inspector P. M. Rixey will be appointed Surgeon General of the navy up?n the expiration...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENORICKsi lior and Proprietor. OFFICE in Bisst'.l Block, Corner Center ni Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION; One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., September 26, SOU The Indianapolis Sentinel, in a holy but not contrite spirit, says, "anarchy is nothing but contempt for law and order" and "every man who deliber ately ignores or violates the law is to that extent an anarchist." It was th'. .iinel that said of the Indiana supreme court, "Damn their coward ly souls!" thereby ignoring the law and casting contempt upon it. The war in South Africa has been all over for so long that we do not readily accustom ourselves to the news each day brings forth showing that the hostile are still on bat tle bent and t1 they are pushing their lines well Ap toward the very walls of Cape Town. The grim old Dutch rebel seems to have underst...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

F Best Quality-All Sizes. 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 AD I f Buck's Gasn Harflware )3 i LEADER IN LOW PRICES. NM STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT at Prices that are The Lowest. BARB The Republican. TVM. G. HENDRICKS, Editor mmd. Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must b in bef ore Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance m the Issue of that week. Plymouth,tnd., September 26, 1901. LOCAL NEWS O. F. Keteham was here with Iiis familv over Sundav. Horse thieves are operating around "Wakarusa and Nappanee. 3Iiss Julia Lamson spent Monday in Plymouth the guest of friends. Mrs. Oliver Cliase was here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Chase Sunday. "William White, of Argos, has been granted a soldier's pension of 88.00 per month. The State Bank is taking the lead in sidewalk construction for the square in which it is situated. Mr. und Mrs. C. R. Cooper left Wednesday morning for Kansas City, where they will spend the win ter. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. C. C le and Miss Len...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

ALUMINIUM. f ALL OVER THE HOUSE. r )X Recipe For Fruit Balls and Other L Useful Info-n.ation. 7 To make fruit balls spread warm foiled rice a 'half inch thick on a poured board. Have ready fresh peaches stoned and cut in halves. 5?ut the twohalves of each together and the rice in pieces just large pnough to -wrap around each one and press them into shape with the jhands, leaving the fruit well covered in the center of cverv ball. Roll the ball ; in flour and roll each in a cloth (that has been buttered and floured. Tie them carefully in shape and Tjoihia plenty of water for half an hour, putting a tin in the bottom of the kettle to lift them from the bot tom. Remove from the cloths and serve with a hot sweet sauce. Lcmoi sauce is delicious with the fruit balls. Cream together one teaspoonful of cornstarch, one ta blespoonful of butter, one egg and one-half cupful of sugar. Tour over them, stirring constantly, two cupfuls of -boiling water and cook Tmtil thick. Remove from the stove ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. El ENDRICKS, Editor mmd Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure beir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth,lnd.Se tember 26. 190. LOCAL NEWS "WANTED Boy to do work at this office. County Commissioner Jarrell was a business visitor here today. IraD.Buck, ofreoria,Ill., was greet ing old-time friends here last week. Frank Chaney has moved his resi dence to his house in the Maxey ad 'dition. The Plymouth telephone exchange was closed from 2 o'clock until 4 Fri day afternoon. Now is the time to buy a buggy, surrey or rocd-wagon. Ketcham &Wil son, Plymouth 42t3 Bert Marble left Saturday forBuch anan, Mich., where he has accepted a position with his father. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bell, of Chi cago, are the proud parents of a baby boy born last Thursday. . Frank C. Buck, of New York, cash ier for Armour & Ca., made his an nual visit here Thursday.. Buggies, surreys and road wagons. Quality up, pri...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 September 1901

PERIL OF YELLOW JOURNflLISMlGRESGLUS It Creates and Fosters Preiudice Dejravad and Thrives bu Feedino the Vicious Tastes i; Tnus Excites. .Special to The Even'nz News. Washington, D. C, Sept. 21 The problem of yellow journ alism has challenged the atten tion of public men. Members of congress who have been in this city during: the McKinley funeral ceremonies have talked of ways and means for correcting by leg islation what they unanimously - agree is an evil of dangerous proportions. As yet, uo senator or member of congress has gone 50 far as to frame a bill, and there are some members who ex press doubt as to whether the matter can be reached in this manner. Public opinion, they believe, is the only remedy. There is no doubt as to what is the public opinion on this sub ject. Thinking people all over the country have been forced to the conclusion that sensational misrepresentation persistently continued is at least indirectly responsible for such tragedies as the assassination of Pr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

I T si K-- . .7 -r,.r-'jr' Recorders office VlfcbOl 1 VOLUME 4(tf PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1901. NO. 4 Plymo r 1 r RepuD SCHLEY'S VINDICATION Evidence so Far Introduced Reflects Upon of Reprehensible Conduct Official Washington, D C. Sept. 30 Admiral Dewey and his associ ates on the Schley court of in . quiry have been busy for ten days or so listening to evidence submitted by the navy depart ment, and it is a curious fact that up to the present time absolutely nothing has been developed -which could convict Rear Admir al Schley of anything worse than an error of judgment, but this same evidence shows beyond the shadow of a doubt that Rear-Ad miral Sampson, who was Schley's superior during the war. but .since then has beeu his subord inate, has been guilty of a gross slander against his superior offic er. The evidence against Rear Admiral Sampson is so complete that he could hardly escape a trial and conviction by court martial if it were not for the fact that the sca...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

is -" i The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Cdltor anil Proprietor. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center Laporte Street. and 1, ITiot n wnnVi oni I thö T"TfWfl I n vTC fllTTPrlnCr In TlO rPSTiCCL I LrlUULLU LU 1JU UUao nuatvin mww HC VCUC UUV IICOU VU t jauvi UIIU I jwvvuim6u D I made quite a record as a cowbov . from those daily observed in ordinary makes it comparable with tliat or .mc Having erown strong he returned to criminal trials. All this took place New York. o-pnATOi ntspmh v whpn nniff vnuncr All this took place Kinley. AVliere does JuetsKer get ins He was elected to the in spite of the fact tnat tne enure mspirauwi lursutu uu luwutvua n-tn n?ta rnnnrr Mlintrr lm hPPn nnfl IS VPT, ftrOtlSeCl UOn irerUUUS 11U1U OVUlucuoi nnrl rlUtir :nikhpri himself hv takincr to the TUlleSt extent DV tne aespicaoie UUiSMJurian, a uumMttuv Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as an active part in imrxrtant legislative act of ?. man who hates and defies all lished at New Madrid, Mi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

5 1 J I International Stock Food Always Sold on a Spot Casü Guarantee to Cere or Prevent Hog Cholera. i It also fattens hos in 30 days' less timi and saves grain. It is endorsed bv over 100 leading farm papers aid his teen used for years 4 by over 500,000 farmers, was included in the U. 13. government ex- j 3 hibit at Paris, 1900, and awarded the highest medal. We guarantee 4 paying results and leave the entire muter in your own hands. You j are to be not only the user but also the sole judge ot results. It it does not make you extra money in growing and fattening hogs, or if 3 it does not save your hogs from hog cholera the use will not cost you a cent Did you ever have a fairer offer. ...J. W. H America's jg5 Republican Paper.... Editorially Fearless Consistently Republlcan-Always Ne.vs from all parts of the world. Well written original stories. Answers to queries on a'l sub jects. Articles on Health, the Home, New Books and on work about the Farm and Garden. E WEEKLY INTER OCEAN ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

-W.IWWJU' u'3-i-.'tf Iii; , The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, UdltQg Md Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissel! Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 certs, de livered at any postoffice. Plmouth Ind., October 3, 1901. IK) not neglect to read carefully the remarkable announcement printed on the first page. If there is any honest desire for justice in the minds of the Kentucky pursuers or Governor Taylor it is completely overshadowed by their in famous purpose to make political capi tal out of assassination. sideration at the beginning of the sea son. One is promptness in raising the curtain, the other is rowdyism in the gallery. It is an injustice to persons of prompt habits to impose upon them a most uncomfortable wait while the procrastinators are assembling. Let it be understood that the curtain will rise at a given time and then make he prom...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

SHEEP SGflB STATE CLIP POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS 1 vi; 03 CS Sunburst the market with less fuel. Entire top. front and eides mica. Double hot blast tire pot; fire pot withdraw in half minute; Duplex grates; always cool magazine; large tea kettle attach ment; heats up and down etairs at earne time; guarantee bond with every stove. Sold only at Cl ;! Buck's Gash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES. The Republican. WJl. o. Krfttor a BENDKICKS, ad proprietor. Advertisements to appe" in THE REPUB LICAN mast be in befor Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. ftjnci U Ind.. October 3.1901. LOCAL NEWS City Attorney Hess is having his residence freshly painted. The Pennsylvania station buildings are receiving fresh coats of paint. WANTED Boy to do work at this office Miss Burton Myers went to Inwood today to visit the family of Will Ritchie. John C. Cushman, of Chicago, formerly a well known Plymouthite, was here over Sunday. Three cars )f brick for Laporte street were shipped...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

HERE'S. ft HOT ONE FROM CHICAGO R seven's "Gou-si-T Se ls a Rich Fanner the Masonic Temple, Col lects $400 ii Mvanie and Skip. Leaving $1,600 o! Easy Aoneu Chicago, Sept 20 After rd- Dutch. He represented himst lf ug ur and down levators in as a relative of the president, be thc million-dollar Masonio Tom- cause he said his name was pie on an "inspeetVm trip Ru- 'Martin Roosevolt.' That seai dolph von'Hagersteia was favor- ed their friendship, ably impressed with the build 4 H- seemed to have something ing and paid his escort 400 for a t do with the temple," said Von supposed opton on the office Hagerstein in describim.' their structure. -- visit to the slcy craper. 'for he Be was tive minutes late y s- bossed the t levator men .-.round terday afternoon in mooting his and told them where to let us off newly found friend at the Grand and made some of them stop Pacific hotel, where he was to while they were on their way up have paid over $11. GO J, the bl- or down. He -said he was Lar...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

The Republican. WM. G. HEXDRICa!, Editor d Proprietor. Advertisements to appear Jn THE REPUB LICS must be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issu of that week. Plymouth, I nd. October 3,1901 . LOCAL NEWS 's Mrs. George "V. Foulke, of South fcend, is visiting Mrs. Ii. M. Seybold. S. B. Fanning went to Rochester this morning. "Warsaw is trving to secure the lo cation of a big pottery plant. Mrs. II. E. Shirley.of Grand Rapids, Mich., is visiting her brother, X. II. Oglesbee. The attendance at the Rochester fair last week was the largest in the history of the fair. James Anglin, "Western Union tele graph operator, is away on a vacation. He went to Logansport. Charles Kellison has returned from a pleasant isit with his mother in York state. E. AY. Ilinshaw, of Chicago, was transacting business in Plvmouth last week. Because of an accident to its press the Democrat was printed in this of fice today. Mrs. Frank Myers, of Angola, form erly Miss Fannie Russell, is in Pl...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 October 1901

ALL DAY Boers Fight British, Who Suffer Heavy Losses. KITCHENER WANTS MEN Historian Atonvnsert Siys Great Dritaiii Is in Great Danger and b Losing Ground a. d me .Pillar of Her Do minion arc Trending Durdan, Natal, Oct. I A force of 1500 Boers, commanded by Gen. Botha, made an attack, which lasted all day long. Sept. 2G, on Portitala, on the border ofZulaland. The burghers were finally repulsed, but at a heavy cost to the garrison whose losses were an officer and eleven men killed and five officers and thirty eight men wounded. In addition sLxty-three men are missing, of which number many are believed to have been killed or wounded The BGer commandant Opper man and nineteen burghers are known to have been killed. London, Oct. 1 The Daily Express publishes a report that Lord Kitchener has asked fcr 25,000 moro seasoned mounted men and for power to hang rebels, traitors and murderers without reference to the home government. BniiLix, Oct. 1 Foreign inter vention in South Africa is vit...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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