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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 September 1911

1 THE VALUE OF TO HOUSEfflFE HARY PATTISON DESCRIBES EXPERIMENT IN HOUSEHOLD EFFICIENCY OF INTEREST. HOW SAVE MANY STEPS The "Kitchenette" Will Solve Many A Problea: Where One Woman 21nst Do All the Work'. Mary R. Patiison, in an article in "Success Magazine" oescribinc: an experiment in household efficiency, says : My kitchen was larci and the labor of preparing a ir.eal left one physically exhausted. When I. wanted a spoon or a fork. I had to walk to cne end of. the room, for a towel J went to the other side, for a pan somewhere else. There was coal to carry. up from the cellar, ashes to earn' down; there was dust contmually and a fire that would ro out. The confusion was maddening and the arrangements seemed the worst possible. As I stood one day in the center of the pantry. I was suddenly seiz ed with the idea of turin it into a kitchenette. Mv pantrv was of pood size with china closets built in. There was a sink, with hot and cold water supplied from the cellar, a larjre built-...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 September 1911

WOULD USE BUILDINGS FOR CIVIC CLUB AT FIRST MEETING DISCUSSES HOW BETTER - TO GRATIFY HUMAN DESIRE FOR FUN. PAPER BY REV. FRALEY Splendid Discussion of 'One of the Biggest and Livest Problems of the Time A Story. I The first meeting 0f' the 'Civic club was held Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boys on north Michigan street. About fifty members were present and enjoyed a profitable meeting. Music by Miss MeDoVell and Miss Overmyer was interspersed in the program. At the close sherbet and wafers were served. Mr. and Mrs. Fulkerson and Mr. arid Mrs. Overmyer assisted in entertaining. Ti e subject was on public amuse MSEIEIIS ments and their influence on social : daily routine of drudgery in caring conditions, and also, as to whether j for her thirteen childr?:i, i.-iliiu or tic t our public buildings should be for them' early and laie. lias so sajvusel more for the pleasure of the ped her own energy that all liepeople of the community. The dis-1 labor irives them ..nothing but ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

I fjormty Recorder IJanlft w EEKD CAN kvGii Uo VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, SEPTEM HER 28, I9II NUMBER 3 HI 9 I i AT INDUSTRIAL Committee Headed By U. S. Lemert Makes Good in Most Magnificent Pageant Ever Sr.en in C0.--AU Businesses Represented. Judges Astonished at Show. T' o !?-- and Industrial Parade Sat L-.r-.iäv was a feature of the Home Cuming which astonished nil. Here was a magnificent showing of horses frcm all over the county, ami a representation of the businesses of Plymouth which surpassed anything ever seen in this part of Indiana. When it came to the Industrial parade the judges confessed themselves bewildered and at sea. They had never seen such a pageant and were unprepared for what came before them. They said 4hey would much rather have'been on the ground judging, fine horses, for that would have been easier. Tlx? success of this feature of the Home Coming was due to the committee. IT. S. Lemert. Geo. D. Marks and 0. B. Klingerman. Mr. Lemert . lid practi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

i tu 1. 1. 1 lfm i oriotg!yi4gifoia v - i V Perfect and Spectacular Flight of Wright Bros. Biplane Pleases Beyond Expectation the Large Crowd at HomeV Coming on Saturday Av:ator Howard Gill made two of the most perfect and spectacular flights crer witnessed in this state on Saturday afternoon at the Home Comin-jr. in' the presence of fully ten thousand people. On his second flight he soared to a height of fully 3,000 feet. At the time he was above the southern limits of the city, and was plainly seen by all the people down town. He turned and scared on a downward flipit to the fair jrrormds. IJoth flights were as perfect as any ever seen, and far surpassed those at the State fair this year. Everyone was greatly please 1. with them and more than atisfieil. Mr. F. 15. Little, who showed the talkin;r pictures .at the Crystal, said he had seen ir.anv flights in manv states, bat never had seen anvthintr that equalled thosa of Mr. Gill on Saturday. They wer? perfect in every respect. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

Tbo Kind You Have Always i use for over 30 years, All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" arc biu Experiments that trifle with and endanger the hcrlth cf ' Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR IÄ - Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OD, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotiö substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Änd allays Pevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipatiou and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and Dowel?, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Cuildren's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend, CEÜU1KE CASTOR I A ALWAYS ' 7 Sears the Tile Kind You Mellways Bought In Use For Over SO Years. THC CCNTAP eOSlMNf, TT MUKAtT TMCCT. NIWVCRK CITY. A Wonderful Array of Apples, Peaches, Pears Plums and Vegetables Astonishes All Visitors and Judges -Prizes Awarded to Many of the Comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

THE RP1ICA SAMUEL C. BOYS. Editcr and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class ' matter January 14. 1911, at the post office t Plvmouth, Indiana, under the of March 3. 1679. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t'M Tear ."....11.50 tr'K WCEtUS .7!S lo mortfcs 25 raver wil! be cocriuiied un!en orflerei t9Tr'i. ex;er-i wk:ere vat KTitvrs llv wcwlde tiecjuatj. Ifc? iv es :;.e yrj;:w ..i is 1. We to wpfrr r.;t r j(t':fi I VOICE CF THE PEOPLE . ' Maeadannd Rca !s The po'nt of view. T wish t cr:vreml the action of the Voin!i:i?ioiiers in vett in.' the macadamized roads and the voting machines!. Xot but what I'm in favor of improrement. but I bel:c-5' i Viae !t t t- ci'-i vrere it belongs. Your article in the Republican on o ''-prt t?- T-ir'vr.s aIo read; now for the other side of the pies.tiou. A macadamized mad pat my fann "would increase the rate of taxation, increase the assessment a 1st, but would not add one particle to. the fertility of th?t farm wherewith to p:r additional taxes. You s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

A V. WANT COLUMN Dr. A. C. Etune Dentist. Kendall di&. Dr. Eikcnberry, the specialist, will he j his ctiic-e every Friday hereafter. d5-7-w7 Pasture for rent Bine grass, good water, shade. 'Bert Hand, R. 13, Argos. " win For Sale Indian Runner Ducks and . "White Leghorn chickens, S. B. I xnnin5r, 1002 N. Walnut. lw For Sale Gas ha:; Icr 4-horse engine. Cost 5, price $2.5'J. ilep.iblican office. lls for Sale. - Short Horn and Toiled BnniamsP re l -.v.l -n.l uv.d roa.:. Call, wrte "wire or phone. C. T. Mattin?ly,Tiynouth. Ind. " wtn Stock fcr Sale. One e;r;$tere 1 (uu-m-oy Bull, 1 grade hull calf, 2 crade heifer calves. 1 -era de cow. J. V. Keiler. Phone 7091. vl4-21-2S. For Sale Suburban home, Jacksonville, Fla. Fqur room cottage with one acre of ? round, on paved street. Write H. E. Hart, 430 Fast Suttenrlell St., Ft. Wavne, Ind. Id lw For Sale Large cider mill. Good as sized hand new. Can No used for any kind of fruit. For sale verv cheap. Inquire of C. A.j 'Reeve. d &a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

- 4 ... It;. .. Remedies a?e Needed cre "vc perfect, which we are not, medicines ttcuIJ 'act cftea be needed. But since our systems have become weakened, iin?circd end broken down through I indiscretions which have one cn from the early ages, j Shrough countless generations, rexredie3 ere needed ta l id Nature in correcting our i inherited end otherwise cquired weaknesses. To reach the sect of stoaiech "weakness ar.d consequent digestive troubles, there 13 -nothing o good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov"Cry, a glyceric corrround. extracted from nctive medic- ual roots sold for ever forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For -5 Stcmach- Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating, rtl)Jrn' ad ßrea:h Belching cf food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements, the "Discovery" i e tice-proven end most efficient remedy. ZTJie genuine Iizs on i's outside zvraprjcr tliQ &is2ati2ro i Aon caa't afford to accept a teeret nostrum as a s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

Interesting Stories of What Your Old Time Friends and Neighbors Are Doing and Where They Are, Some Sad, Many Happy. Makes Flag For All Lands. Buxton, Minn., Sept. 21, 1911. To the Editor of the Republican, Plymouth, Indiana. Dear Sir: I left Plymouth on the 4th ilay of July, A. D. 1SÜU This means more than l'ortv-Üve vears aso. in which time, not only Plymouth, but the whole world has changed. I reached Minneapolis in Ausrast, a place then of only seven thousand population now numbering over three hundred thousand. To tell you what I am doir. and wluit has happened vu2 leaving Maishall county would take about ten lull issues of your paj er, I practiced law in Minneapolis and I did something of a real estate business for a number of years there. On the 14th of December, ISoO I was married to Harriet E. Tanner of Whitehall, X. Y.. as p;rand a woman as ever breathed the breath of li'e. She is still alive and well and her part ir. the battle of life is never behind. We h.ne three childr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 September 1911

- GEOc Eo THE TREE DOCTOR . LAFAYETTE, IND. will spray your trees with the right solution for Cottony Ma ple Scale, and treat all decayed placed caused by improper trimming or öthervise. All work guaranteed satisfactory. Phone 7221, Ply-1 mouth, general delivery. See our v;prk at Dr. Hitchcock's, corner Washington and Michigan St., and at Frank Brooke's residence, south west corner of the Court-house square1 Nitro-glycerlne Used Talent To Get Large sum of Money From J. C. Erwin No Clue to Bur- guiars. Tuesday nizht about two o'edock j " burglars entere.l the Imvood elevat-j verv sick for sometime, is reported or of J. C. Erwin and blew to better at this writin:. pieces tl;e safe with nitro--lycerin?. I -Mrs John Ccok quite sick The tMeves secured a laru;e amount asain. of money, thousrh tie exact sumis Mrs Marguerite Peterson of South unknown. They also Sot about a Bend was the guest of Mr ana Mrs dollar worth ostamps. Kieliols Sumlav. Mr. J. C. Erwin is proprietor ot Mrs David Gros...

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

r I f "n ty Record :r 1 JanlO DM WEEKLY i. VOLUME 57 I 01INTI r I01IITE11 Improvements at Menonimee Shaft Being Made By Qouaty and Vandalia Railway Co. John McFarlin in Charge of County Expenditures. Arrangements are now nearly com pleted for the "improving of the ground about the Pottawattomie Monument at Twin Lakes this Fall, It is practically certain that the Vandalia trailway will put a shouldr to the wheel and do a substantial part of the improving. Large bodies such as railway corporations, move , , . slowlv as there is neees'rit . a oer- . tain amount of re: tap, to be pulled in negotintinu wiU ihem and -4 hat is .e reason that the work has not been hustled. Another reason is that the funds appropriated by the state did not become available until too late in the Spring to do much v it!, it. (Iras was sown late but it is not a good stand. In 1907 the Slat? legislature, at the instigation of Hon. Daniel McKrnald, appropriated $2,500 for the erection of this ) lonument. C. T. Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 5 October 1911

' I- en The Instinct of inoJcsty ncturcl to every Tcman is often a jgreat hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women shrink from the personal questions of the local physici.ia which seem indeliccte. The thought of examination is cbbor rent to them, and to they endure in silence a condition cf disease which surely progresses from tad to worse. It ham been Dr. Pierce's privilege to care a äreat in any Kernen trtio have found c retu&e x lor mddesty In his offer of FJZEB consalta tloa by letter 2111 correspondence la held as sacredly confidential, Sddrcss Dr. 12. V. fierce, Buffalo, A. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and the finishing touch of health on every weak woman wio gives ita fair trial. It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. A'oa can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute . for this non-alcoholic medicine op known composition. THURSDAY LOCALS., . "W. E. Leonard ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 5 October 1911

BÜIN SPREAD B! LOOSENED FLOOD Hurls Battering Broadside of Water against Austin. BUILDINGS WITHER BEFORE. IT Wen, Women and ChüdrerT Are Misting and Hundreds of Bodies Are Thought to Be Ee"eath Wreckage Scattered for Miles. Austin, Pa., Oct. 2. Sweeping itself a clean patl) for an even inil,, axillär -of water Jammed its tattering ram of cordwood through the valley where the town of Austin lay on Saturday. There it smashed a breacUide j against the full length of t,he rincipal street, gathering r s;-. v. ant the boards thct t : v house, cj ; i;viU before were the splintered - ira??:--. r.ts against the m tlal line of blick stores. Brick and steel gave way almost 33 completely as had the less solid construction. Put the wave was hindered Icng enough to j i!e up to the height cf a three-story building the mass of torn debris. Then tie flood lipped Abend, swirlinsr ever the few small r.uildiuss th.it lay below until it da e ti railioad shops v, e cars and I emotives were firfrd cnto th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 5 October 1911

Uli IE REPliBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prp ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Judge Remster's Decision The goldeir opinions that Judge Remster has won irom discerning observers Jtiuee his accessio j to the Circuit Court of this county can not fail to be strengthened by his "rnasttily decision upholding the constitution of Indiana against the at- TERMS OF SlUSCJpTION itaipt lo supplant it through legisCz rear ;7;. ti.5ohallve enactment.- In view of the e2ntlth V5; perfect nonpartisanship of the opin- Entered as second class matter 7&nuary 14. 1911, at the post office t Plymouth, Indiana, under the 2Art of March 3, 3S79. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS "O caper will be tC2Tiin:eS axJeti ordered sensed, except wbere ot.f-cr:ter live outtlde ta county. The da:e on Hi ytLow alio is tue VOW to which Ton vi paid reminH ourselves that the judge who overrules the statute, as well as the citizen who invoked the court ,is a Democrat. It is always interesting to examine the court's point of view o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 5 October 1911

WANT COLUMN Dr. A. C. Hume Dentist. Kendall blk. Cider Barrels for sale at Sbadel's Drug Store. 1 w28-5 For: Sale Gas tag IorN 4-horse engine Cost $5, price $2.50. Republican office. For . Sale Large sized hand cider mill. Good as new. Can be used for any kind of frnit. For sale very cheap. Inquire of C. A. Reeve. d & w tn, Bulls fcr Sale. Short Horn and roiled Dnrnarts-pim-5 red -red :nd icarss. Ca1:!, "wr.tc wire er phore. C. T. Mattirgly, Ph moutli, Ind. wtn I We have a large number of cent and single pulleys, 'and pieces f j shafting. If you are in need of any- I -thing of this kind, call and see if ! have what you want. " dwtn WANTED Local and traveling salesmen representing our reliable goods. Any man of good appearance "who is not afraid of work can make; i this a satisfactory and permanent business. Write at once for terms. Outfit free. Territory unlimited. Pig money can be rxade. Apply quick. Allen Nursery Co., Eoclesier, N. Heme fcr Sale I hae a house and two l...

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

i LATEST in After visiting the Eastern Markets afso, those in Chicago, I arh prepared to show anything from practical Street Hats to these for Dress occasions at right prices. Miss Gillert. who was with us last season is here to assist me in pleasing the public ALSO HAIR GOODS - . 'Dssai T. IVflyers v 401 North Michigan Street. Plymouth. Indiana C. R. LEONRRD. Funeral Director and Undertaker. PLYMOUTH. C R. Leonard BEST ITHOD 3 OFG G FOR THE GARBA P ÜL MEDICAL JOURNAL GIVES TWO PLANS WHICH ARE SAID TO BE THE MOST APPROVED BURNING AND REDUCING Milwaukee Has An Incinerator And Columbus, 0., Has a Reduction Plant. Each In Operation Over a Year. Until lately American practice in the matter of garbage disposal has not been a matter for national prid?. Two methods have been common: unsightly, malodorous piles of decomposing refuse have been in some places still. are! allowed to accumulate in the vicinity of dwellings, or cheap, ineffectual "disposal plants" installed and operated by greed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 5 October 1911

OUTLOOK FOR APPLES. A n IUI I ! 1 ' ii . i i I, . ! kl tl .N Vi I , I F ' i II Uli !A Vegetable Prcparalicnfor Assimilating fccFoodandBegulaüng theStomacis anrtBorels of rromoics DigcstionXheerfulness and Rest.Contains neilher Opium3rorphine norMincraL ot "Narcotic. . ÜKkilUSmtApcrfecl Remedy forCcnslipaRon , Sour Stotnacfc.Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrishness and Loss OF SLEEP. TfX Simile Signature of NEW YORK. EXACT CCPY OF UTvAErEH. mm N 11! D STATE LABORATORY LEARNS BYf EXPERIMENTS THE NUMBER OF ANIMALS AFFECTED BY DISEASE. IN MANY COUNTIES Proper Method Is To Confine the Dog and Await Developments In Order Tc Be Sure. The epidemic of rabies which has existed in Indiana for the last five years is now more serious than for many months. From the beginning of August. 1911, the brainsvof GOO animals liave been examined at the State Laboratory. Of these, 314, or 5-.."l per cent were pro?d to have rabies. 'I i i 5 number probably does not represent one-fourth of the'eases 1 that...

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

'right living Which Many" People Believe Should be the Fourth "R" in Education The folio winz epicrrams. by Ellen H. Richards, deserve the consideration of all those who are anxious to get the most om of life. lave to accomplish something not merely to exist. To live- means to eat. to work, to sleep, to be amused, and refreshed after work. ' Eat for satisfvinz the legitimate hunger of the bodv calls not. only to please the palate. Sleep for restoration of energy see to it that such is the re- . si:it: ' - ' '. Exende is as essential as sleep learn wbrt and h.v.v much si ak?s out tl:e dead ashes from the Ihkvz c".!s. . Oh I-ite proc-sre j on l:est uiyvstched. ' ( All -the world's a Live fir ?. wcrthv p-irpose so are incentive, sirne go.ii to -reac".i keeps t'ae traveler o i the s.ite road. Adapt la'i's .to environments, control surroundings as far as possible to the great end elective life. 'i Educate ii ä youhz from the frst.to value life and health, to , find happiness in right liv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 October 1911

n ICO VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911 NUMBER 4L V TT IUI FD WE CAN Ii EICH DEDICATED ITH S0LE1I RITES Large Concourse of People Attend Ceremonies and View Beautiful Structure --Parade of Automobiles and Visiting Knights of Columbus. Tl: e n?w St. Michael's Catholic hurch was dedicated Sunday morning at ten tl.irthy o'clock amid the solemn rites of the church, and in presence of a congregation which packed the church in every available foot of space. The crowd . which had gathered for the memorable occasion was far too large to set into the building and more v?rj outside than inside. Frcn Soith Bend and Mishawaka "280 Knights of Columbus came.and were joined at Walkerton by 'fifty more people, including the Walkerton band. At the service of dedication Rev. L. A. Moench, paster of the St. Joseph church, Mishawaka, formerly pastor of the Plymoutheongregation. aited as celebrant. Rev. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C. president . of Notre Dame, was assistant priest, and d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 12 October 1911

) Mo Man is Stronger Than His Stomach JCi strong man is strong all over. No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from some other disease -d the stomach and its associated organs, which im pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which is the source of ail physical trenfth. When a man "doesn't feel just right," when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable feeling in tha stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondCat, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Such a man should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood, invigorates the Jlver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH ZIXD STREXGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. You can't afford to accent a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholi...

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