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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

MARRIAGES Fritz-Pields. John N. Fritz, a Kosciusko rnnntv farmer, was married Thursday p. m. to Miss ida A. Fields of Bourbon. When they. . were at , the Clerk's office Justice Holloway happened, to h handy,. and the proposition that theyjbe married there was accepted, and the Justice proceeded to tie the knot.j ... Metz-Anglin. Mr.'Hülis A. Metz and Miss Golda J. Anglin, both of Kosciusko county near Leesburgr, were married at the residence of Dr. E. R. Wood on south Michigan street Saturday eve ning at seven o'clock, Dr. Wood officiating. The young people are acquaintances of Dr. Wood when he preached in their community, and they thought so much of him that they made the trip here especially tohave him perform the ceremony. Oay-Bitchey. Mr. Perry W. Gay and Miss Bessie A. Ricbey were married at the residence of Rev. S. A. Mow on Alexander .street Sunday evening at six o'clock, Rev. Mr. Mow officiat ing. The groomi is a son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Gay, living northeast of Plymouth an...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF CHRISTMAS PRESENTS si EVERYONE OF WHICH HAS OUR REPUTATION AND PERSONAL GUARANTEE BACK OF IT This should mean something to you when it comes to selecting a - CHRISTMAS PRFSFNT When you give a present that has been purchased from THE PEOPLE'S DRÜG STORE you have every reason to believe that it represents quality and affords satisfaction in every way you will not be disappointed f Afford yourself the pleasure of viewing this magnificent Christmas stock. We will give you every possible assistance that you desire when it comes to selecting suitable or particular presents. Every article suitably packed, wrapped, and de livered to any address at any time you say. :: :: :-: :: HAIR BRUSHES TRAVELING SETS TRAVELING ROLLS CIGAR CASES HAT BRUSHES MILITARY BRUSHES POCKET BOOKS CLOTH BRUSHES Collar and Cuff Boxes BIBLES MIRRORS SAFETY RAZORS CARD CASES WHISK BROOMS Holiday Stationery BOOKS PERFUMES SHAVING SETS TOILET SETS BRUSH & COMB SETS CIGARS MNICURE SETS GLOVE...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

INDUSTRIAL NUMBER SECTION I r II A TT TV0 J Jj J REI A SECTION TV0 H 4 VOLUME FIFTY-SEVEN PLYM DU FH . IN Dl fM NOVEIM B CR, 1911 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN CAN Electricity for Everything Celebrated Worker in Charities and Correction Plymouth has every reason to feel proud of its electric light equip ment and power plant. When C D. Snoeberger came to Plymouth from Chicago, eight years ago. and pur chased from the Tri-State Loan Company of Fort "Wayne, the anti quated electric system which was then in vogue, people wondered at his temerity. They had not, up till that time, been educated to the va rious uses of the electrical fluid. They had, in fact, little use for the new fangled illuminant, as they termed it. With the coming of Mr Snoeberg er. however, a new era in the light ins: business was inaugurated. He started in on an educational and publicity campaign, and in a com paratively short time, he let the public know the many various uses electricity could be put to, and he demonstrated t...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

I 1 ' 2 '.;r-' T he Plymouth Sanitarium and Hospital Ii Vi o DR. N B A5INALL. or mere unfortunate mistake, and it is well to guard against it. A new desire will le created and the fall will crush you. We place no restraint upon our patients; they are at perfect liberty during the course of the treatment, provided, cf course their condition is such as will allow of this, but it is absolutely necessary they report to the doctor for treatment at the hours arranged for such. We reiterate that there is no case cf alcoholism, morphine or tobacco, no matter of how many years stand ing, that we cannot guarantee to cure effectively. Dr. Xcvitas B. Aspinall, the physi cian in charge of the Sanitarium and Hospital, is a gentleman well versed in the knowledge of medicine. For more than twenty years he has made a special study cf alcoholic and drug addictions, and during that period has "successfully administer ed treatment to thousands of pa tients. He stands high in tlie estima tion of his fel...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

?1 , SS'fS'I.U SÄSSa SS-Ädl) SS-iSüf fcJ5ii S'ÄOD J5ü ES'ÄJ.U SS'S S'ÄJ.D SS'ÄJ J) SCm) cyjl u ?SCJ tS-ÄJJ) '(SOJD 5äsa i ? It i'i'ß III! ' m H SP PLYMOUTH NOVELTY CO MFC i3C ((Ii) if J- 1 . t A It I (m ffl I . si 1 f 4 i (U)) m ah 1,1 . t 4 ? ii Vi it ft 1 11 ill I r 1? The Plvmoutli Noveltv Mf?. Co. was organized in 1000 by Mr. II. G. Thayer and Geonre II. Thaver, Jr. The stock of this com pany has always been held by mem bers of the Thayer family. Its present officers are Geo. II. Thayer, Jr.. President and Treasurer, and Jas. AV. Thayer, Vice President. This company has paid out nearly $200.000 to its employees and in this way and other ways has contributed ta the upbuilding of the community. capacity of 230 horse power, which operates a 144 horse power Bass Corliss engine and also heats the plant and dry kilns. Its product consists principally of telephone wood work including switchboards, wall cabinets, extension bell boxes, etc. It also does cabinet work on contract for other...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

23 THE Clizbe Bros. Manufac turing Co., one of our best industries, was established here in 1 899, coming from Chicago where it had operated with great success for several years previous thereto. Its business is the manufacture of Grinding Machinery of all kinds, and its products in this line are known throughout the country as of a high standard. In addition to a large variety of tools and machines of this kind for grinding and sharpening uses, the concern pro duces a number of other imple ments for the farm and factory, among these being the Crown Gasoline Engine, known through out this locality as one of the best moderate priced engines for general use; a pumping jack, farmer's vise and drill, saw mandrels and sharp eners. Besides this line, which is sold to jobbers of machinery "and supplies in every State in the Union as well as abroad, a large variety of hangers, pulleys and power transmission supplies are manufac tured, and a general repair shop is operated. It is the local d...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

? t t 8V' W yt-fi if 2jki zSii ?w t v v; y? y? w y? w f -'ja 2jc 71 25 as 3M m m m m OUR ENTIRE HOLIDAY LINE PLY OUTH'S NEW t: 3 r i SP IS NOW ON DISPLAY m ENTERPRISE m m m m I 11 r fr.. l4ärfr.ft t ü LT .4. . 4. 4..s . t-rt r r-rr r-rr r- M u if I Mm ' ! 1 f. N . '! :V i 'V rli i1 1 - 1 ! v i Ii PI II m m ID m m m m m Why Not Buy Early 3 m m 11 S3 U1 81 m EVERY CHRISTMAS THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE YOU WANT TO Remember but don't know just what to send them. Frequently, on the other hand, you are unable to select a desirable gift for the money you wish to spend. You are especially invited to bring all troubles of this nature to our store, not only are goods here to answer such requirements, but we are prepared to give you PERSONAL assistance. As a few Christmas suggestions we mention. TOILET CASES MANICURE CASES . FANCY METAL GOODS MIRRORS LEATHER GOODS FOUNTAIN PENS BOOKS POST CARD ALBUMS KODAKS SCHOOL PENNANTS FANCY FELT PILLOWS WILLOW BASKETS BOX PAPER IN HOLIDAY PACKAGES PARISIAN IVOR...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

lO o fo (o o) Co U MW Ii DEALERS IN flLSONi o) 1 o) IM S Q MI CLAS HÖR Parties Wisti ing' to Buy or Sell will make no mistaKe By calling' on us 1 HE VOTED li ON A PLYMOUTH LADY MAKES PER SONAL OBSERVATION OF MANNER OF VOTING IN SAN DIEGO, NOV. 14. ELECTION DAY SCENES Ballot Given to Women Makes Better Conditions at the Polls Men Are Respectful and Helpful to the Ladies. TELEPHONE 634 PLYMOUTH, INB, Mr. J. II. Willey, who was reared in Marshall county, and lived ' in Plymouth most of her life, is now in San Diego, California, and as she takes a lively interest in. the ad vance movements of the world, made a personal visit to the several vot ing places in that city when the first opportunity was given to the women cf that state to vote. Mrs. Willey, has written out an account of what she saw, and sent it to the Republi can for publication, that others may know that women can go to the polls and come away without being sub ject to insult, anj more than on the street or in a store. Mrs....

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases, disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of dornen. It Is a safe medicine in any condition of the system THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol and no injurious habit-forming drugs and which creates no craving for such stimulants. THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers are not afraid to prist its every ingredient on each outside bottle -wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of tho same under oath. It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, and any dealer who nasn't it can gtt it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine op known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is "just es good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

i"'?' .... V iL I ' i ! i. HS Vegetable PreparalionforAs similai'mg tnc Food ortdReguIa UnSi the Stooacfis and Bowels of Fromotcs Dgcslion.Cheer(ur nessandRest.Contains neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. ot"Xaäcotic. JV of Old. JOrSAlfUELFITCHER siruAr .Cvrf fr CuröittaJrStta Ctr,nfid . fugirr Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa non. Sour Stonvach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. FacSimilc Signature of NEW YORK. 1 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature TEMPERANCE OII-PIRIISI CONVENTION hf Use PROMINENT INDIANA MEN OF ALL PARTIES ASK FOR BIG MEETING AT INDIAN APOLIS DEC. 5. SALOON SITUATION GIVEN For Over I Thirtv Years SBISHI (ja ü y pnn Declare That the Institution Is Gain ing Ground In State and Urge Action In Mass Convention. The following "Call for an Omni Partisan Convention of Temperance aggregate "wet" majorities are only 5,650 votes. Next year the people of Indiana will elect a new Governor and a new Legislature....

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

SECTION THREE volume: fifty - FREE FACTORY SITES freie: FACTORY SITES r -A seven A Desirable Location S" miles east of Chicago. 05 miles west of Fort Wayne. IIS miles north of Indianapolis. 41 miles south of Michigan City. At the intersection of the Penn sylvania, lake Erie & Western and Yandalia Railways. Many Thriving Factories yiourinir Mill. 5ood Saw Mill, Droom Factory. Cement Vault Factory. Hein Salting Station. . . Elevator" Vith 35.000 "bushels ca , pacity." Tiuliana Headquarters for The Heinz Co. Schlooser liros. The best and lar gest Creamery in the state. The l?ogda-Xeil Cooperage Co. Makers of tight and lack barrels. KiggenWn; & Cullison Makers of Farm. School and Delivery "Wagons and Buggies. O'Keefe Lumber and Planin: Mill Makers of "Window and Door Frames and Novelties. J. Swindell and Brother One of the largest Cold Storage and Poul try Plants in Indiana. Clizbe Brothers Manufacturing Co. Makers of shafting, hangers, grinding machinery,' pulleys and gas engin...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

The Country Fair As An Exhibition Center The Story of One, Held Sn a New England Village Street BUICK BUflCK 1912 BUICK .1912 Prom the Craftsman Magazine. pLMr, success ot any commun ity depends upon the way the individuals making up tl:e community work to gether" as one roan. For every ser vice done tor the jrood of the whole, the server himself reaps double har vest. "Whatever tend to bring aiiout unity of interests or pleasures in any community should receive un qualified support from every indi vidual member of it. Concentration is as valuable for a neighborhood as it is for an individual. In the development of rural communities concentration of iuterests has brought about a system of education epial to a university extension course. The farmers who compete in friendly rivalry as to the number of bushels of corn or wheat that can be produced upon an acre are really t vachers. in a way. in a practical agricultural course. For if deep plowing, careful fertilizing is prov en by one...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

M teil Ii 1 i 1 i) V 3 33 a. 0 KfTOI BLACKSMITH and SP HORSESHOER 8 THE WORTH OF VOTING MACHINES PHONE 12 ON 75 HIBBARD, INDIANA M i i !9 ALL kinds of blacksmithing and horseshoeing done in practical and economical manner by expert workmen. We aim to give SATISFACTION in all branches of our business. I Prompt and Efficient Service Prices Always Reasonable i! e i From Public Officials Magazine. When considering the purchase of voting machines the Commissioners ot Wayne County, Indiana, took the precaution to have the Richmond Commercial Club look into the uhole question and the findings of the club led to the recommendation to the County Council for an appropriation for the purchase of votinjr machines. They should jrive some lijrlit on the subject to other boards of commis sioners who have the same subject before them. J. M. Davis, represent ing the Empire Voting Machine Co., for several weeks ha 1 a machine on exhibition in rooms ot the Commer cial Club, where demonstrations and ex...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

- .1, 66 Core Tractor m foil I (lift 3C 4 8 i m 8 1 .-4 '1 Plowing Wheat Stubble with the Type "F" Pzg? Type F" and Two Boys Will Plow From 10 to 15 Acres Per Day. A Jm Bet" i . '1 , .'5 A i - ? i 4 1 i i 1 i si Pi (to) (in) SI si lifo m 0& lifo .-. -; - ' . . v- -. rr- -! 4. r ' h ' , -h- 1;- : V Type F" is Equipped With High Speed Oearing Which Makes It a Very Efficient Power for Harvesting. ä Tpye 'F,f Will Thresh 10C0 to 1200 Bushels Per Day With a 30x48 Separator. fhe (pte Type "F" 15 Tractive, 30 Brake Horsepower Designed especially to meet the needs of the man who farms from 160 to 480 acres. Will do your plowing, drilling, cultivating, harvesting, hauling and road grading, run your grain separator, corn shredder and husker, clover huller, ensilage cutter pump water, etc. Fuel control absolutely automatic. Burns cheapest kerosene at all loads, under all con ditions. Smokeless combustion insured by the Secor-Higgins carbureter, an exclusive feature of the Will work as well...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

I: 3 s J VÄLPARAI UNIVER IT Y SO "ALtARAISO UNIVERSITY was organized September 16, 1873 as the Northern Indiana Normal School V of Valparaiso, Indiana. There were 3 departments, 4 instructors, 35 students and a part of what is now known as the Old College Building. The institution was. organized with the idea of giving to all, both rich and poor, a thorough, practical education at the least expense and in the shortest time. Departments were added from time to time and it was found necessary to change the charter to Valparaiso College. However, the growth of the institution advanced each year and in a short time the name was changed to Valparaiso University with the following departments: Preparatory, Teachers', Kindergarten, Primary, Pedagogy, Manual Training, Scientific, Classical, Higher English, Civil Engineering, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Law, Pharmacy, Medical, Dental, Elocution and Oratory, Music, Fine Art, Commercial, Penmanship, Phonography and Typewriting, Review. I...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

Tippe 1 The Town of Tippecanoe Tippecanoe is one of the most en terprising small towns in Marshall county. The land in the township is considered excellent for general purpose farming:, but wheat and corn are mostly grown around the neigh borhood of the town. While this has been the ease for some years, a number of fanners are now going into the raising of potatoes and onions, the latter for pickling pur poses. Lands in the vicinity of the town sell at from 75 to $125 per acre, having increased considerably in value during the past few years. There is a good deal of trading done in Tippecanoe. Wheat this 3ear averaged 15 bushels to the acre Quincy Cram's Livery Barn at Tippecanoe is the best in the district. Good horses, careful drivers and reasonable prices. There is an automobile for rent in connection with my livery barn. Tie Home ol Ik Famous Mob Captain N. and oats 50 bushels. The farms mostly average 100 acres, but that, of James II. Shaffer is 3C0 acres and is the largest in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

I 0 c 0 r In U A UNIFIED telephone service is now recognized almost everywhere as an ideal telephone situation. Hundreds of cities and towns throughout the country have avoid ed the nuisance and expense of two telephone systems and are now enjoying the benefits and advantages of universal telephone service. The Central Union Telephone Company stands ready to assist the public in its demand for such a service by offering to connect its toll lines with any local telephone company on any equitable basis. We have already made arrangements for an interchange of business with LOCAL TELEPHONE COMPANIES in nearly 500 In diana cities and towns Following is a list of the towns in this vicinity at which such arrangements are now in effect: KNOX MONTEREY LEITERS FORD TEEOARDEN LaPORTE HAMLET ELKHART MICHIGAN CITY GOSHEN OSCEOLA DUNLAP WANATAH SAN PIERRE NORTHJUDSON WESTVILLE DEEDSVILLE Through similar arrangements the citizens of Plymouth would have access to the Bell toll lines in addition to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

ODiDomig. fotr IP troff itt FRUIT IN MARSHALL COUNTY Industry Represented by Farm of E. E. Jones, West Township So tar as we have learned, the only exclusive fruit grower in Mar shall county is Mr. Elmer E. Jones of West township. On a farm of W acres, a mile east of Donaldson anl a quarter of a mile south, he has for the past twenty-three years stuck to the fruit business through thick and thin. The successes of the business have come thicker as the years have -'one 1y, and Mr. Jones has pne to Florida for the winter, where he is developing a 20 acre farm of oranires, srrape fruit and paper shell pecans. He will henceforth have a fruit farm in Florida for the winter time and a fruit farm in Marshall county for the summer time, allowing the sun shine, wind and rain of the whole year to touch into luscious beauty ant richness tlios e ever desirable fruits, from the golden orange of KloriJa to tlie lelieious. round red apple of irood old Marshall county. Mr. .Tones is an enthusiastic ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

(INDUSTRIAL NUMBER r R CAN SECTION FOUR SECTION FOUR H volume: fifty-seven PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, NOVEMBER, 1911 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN .The Largest Basket Manufacturing Plant in the United States Basket making is older than civil ization. Back in the age of tlie cave dwellers people learned to -weave tbem. At first sticks were crossed to help carry an injured person, or to bring stones to make defense for the cave home. This suggested weav ing twigs and willows together into a flat wickerwork to hold small things such as berries, so that food could be carried to the cave. Then some smart savage thought of turning up the edges, so the wicker-work would hold more ber ries. Another thought of binding" the edge of the wicker to make it stronger, and later a particularly bright one put on a handle. Then they had the basket one of the most useful and most universal inventions ever made by man an instrument never used to harm, to destroy or to waste, but always to save, to transport, and to store...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 30 November 1911

üi THE PLYMOUTH STATE BANK nn HE Plymouth State Bank, on? cf the mcst solid financial institutions of Northern In-! " T 1 -;iia: a. lias organ- sinc? its ization in 1S92 occupied a most prominent position in the financial affairs of Marshall county ana this section of the State. When David E. Snyder and Oliver Ci. Soice promoted this Bank they foresaw at the start that only by strict application of sound hanking principles, hard work and economy could they hope to see their efforts crowned with the successful results they desired. But with the determination to build up in Plymouth a banking in stitution that would reflect credit not only on the city but on them selves as well, they associated some of the best men of the county noted locally for their acumen and busi ness sagacity with them in the un dertaking. At the first meeting of the stock holders nine directors were elected of which David E. Sn viler, Chas. T. Mattinnlv and Oliver G. Soice are the sole survivors. The. others ha...

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