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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 December 1911

BUSINESS Ii GIVE BANQUET TO EARL TABER ARGOS BANKER LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA, AND HIS MANY ASSOCIATES MEET TO DO mil HONOR. HIGH REGARD SHOWN Grandson of First White Child Born In Marshall County Is Given Royal Banquet By His Townsmen. . The Argos Reflector of Dec. 7, gives an account of a banquet given in that enterprising town last week in honor of Earl R. Taber. It may not be amiss to relate a little history of the Taber family, so that some who are new comers into this vicinity will know who Mr. Taber is and why this banquet was given. Earl R. Taber is a grandson of Cyrus Taber, who had the distinction of bein? the first white child born in Marshall county, the date beinjr June 26. 1833. Cyrus Taber was born on the old Taber homestead four miles south of Plymouth on the Michigan road, and lived there all his life, dying within a few rods of where he was born, Dec. 27, 1877. After his death the family moved to Plymouth and for a number of years two of the boys, Samuel D. and Thomas ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 December 1911

County Correspondence TWIN LAKES. Wm. Piper attended the Fat Stock show at Chicago last week. Mrs. Wm. Piper's mother of Letter's Ford spent a few days with her last weelc. Mrs. Wm. Nichoh returned to her home at South Bend Sunday after spending a week with' her parents. Mrs. Lloyd McFarlin, . Mrs. Jas. Doty and Mrs. Chas. Kyser took dinner with Mrs. Harry Meade Tuesday. Mrs. John McFarlin of Plymouth was tne guest of Mr?. Lloyd McFarlin Friday. Miss Cleta Cummings of Plymouth spent Sunday with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slayter and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cook were quests of the Nichols family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Martin of Fostoria, 0., who have been visiting their many friends around Burr Oak and Culver, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Doty Thursday night. Mrs. Will Hartman and children returned home Monday after spend ing a few days with friends in Plymouth. TIPPECANOE. Clarence Sanner of Elkhart was here Monday and Tuesday to see his grancfcnother, Mrs. James Grah...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

in Ii .1 VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1911. NUMBER 50. TM-WEEECLf REPUBLICAN H 4 v. .A 4 V - i I tr BIG WRECK OF PEISMI FREIGHT CARS PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE AND CHICAGO, LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN, AND V AND ALIA COMPLETELY BLOCKLT). NO ONE IS HURT The Interlocking System Is Demolished, and the Tracks Torn Up At the Crossing West of thi Pennsylvania Depot. As tin crew of a freight train on the Pennsylvania was switchin cars at 10:30 Tuesday morning they run off three cars which completely demolished the whole interlocking system. Besides it broke the crossing of th? Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne '& Chicago, and tbe Vandalia roads, and threw a car across the Lake Erie & Western road. Thus the three roads were blocked. The only line open was the north track of the Pennsylvania. What caused it? Well the fact that no attention was paid to signals was the real cause. It is an illustration of the efficiency of the interlocking system. A train that runs agains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

PLYMOUTH DM LAW STUDOIS HONORABLE ADAM E. WISE WILL TALK TO THE LAW CLASSES AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY. JUDGE COLLINS LECTURES Faculty of Indiana State Institution Plan Having Lectures Given Each Monday Morning By Eminent Men. Honorable Adam E. Wise has received an invitation to address the students of the law department of Indiana University. It has become a regular part of the work of the law department of the State Universuy i or ine iacuity to invite men of state-wide and even national reputation, to deliver an address , to the v .mu A-a.vuu.ta V lA-l-'A Ulli between ten and eleven o'clock. On the first Monday after the holiday vacation Hon. Robert Wilkie of Elwood. will deliver the address. This gentleman is widely know-, and stand high in his profession. He had a son to graduate last year from the State 'Dniversity, taking with Mm the degrees of A. B., and L. L. B. He also has two other sons who are now students in the same school. Mr. Wilkie has a daughter who holds the record f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY IDE PLYMOUTH STORES PUT ON HOLIDAY ATTIRE AND ATTRACTIVE DISPLAYS ARE SEEN IN MANY PLACES. LOOKS LIKE FAIRY. LAND The Bee Hive, Lauer, BoswiTth, Ball, Reynolds, Losey, Bunnell, and Others Make Plymouth Attractive. At Lauert the south front window has a display of Bath robes, dress-, ins: jackets, and other articles in this line, with a back ground of mirrors, framed in white frosted ' cotton with Poinsettia flowers as' the decorations. In the north front window are novelties of all sorts for j gentlemen's furnishings, with the' same flower effect as in the other; window. In fcc north windows' clothing and hosiery, with the color 1 scheme still the same. The interior decorations are unique. The ceiling lamp shade's are in the form of art domes, and festoons of cut paper with the Christmas colors white, green and red make a complete and attractive appearance throughout. ' To attempt to describe in detail, would be impossible, and one should see to fully jrrasp the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

THE REPUBLICAN By Taking Advantage of Our Special Sales: Men's and Boy's Clothing, Sweater Coats, 1 , Ladies' Coats and Suits, and Millinery, Your Christmas Money Will Go Twice As Far. SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office 7 Plymouth, Indiana, under the Aet of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Half Price now on Ladies' Coats and Suits A Pleasing Gift and a Good One to Warm Under. Half Price Now On Misses Children's Cloaks ; A Saving Chance to Make the Litth One's Happy One year Six month Wwo monttu .... "" " 11.50 75 25 lanrnMi conunuea unless ordered III Ä XC?st.TIhf n ubscrlben outside O Another combination in restraint of trade! The British government on't let our indicted meat packers . bid on army and navy supplies. Sometimes it seems that it would have paid the packers almost as much tor be good. But mavbe not. Indianapolis News. COMMON DRINKING CUP. Public sentiment elusive force. It somet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

3E Ä Merry Xfinas To Every One PLEASING PRESENTS la a profusion of varieties : for all Xmas Shoppers at Economy Prices. FOUNTAIN PENS All shapes, sizes and prices for everybody. STATIONERY---The preitiest Christmas boxes of Paper that have ever been shown anywhere. Don't fail to sec them. PERFUMES Well, Christmas ccud not be complete without that daintiest of all presentsPerfume, We have the best of every perfume out, both Domestic and Imported; also Sachet Powders, Perfume Automizers, and Christmas Cards and Booklets galore. . , CIGARS-- Cigars in convenient, tasty and appropriate Christmas packages. Boxes of 12, 25, 50 and 100. M id and strong cigars. Something to please every smoker's taste. Place your order NOW. TOILET WATERS Toilet Waters that are dainty and different. Exclusive odors in cut glass and plain b ittles Artistically packed. Ideal gifts for Children and Grown people. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. - it . ? 3 WEDNESDAY John Richardson left on the 9:0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

Remedies are Needed Were we perfect, v.hich we are not, medicines would not often be needed. But since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through luuiscreuons which have gone on from through countless generations, remedies eia INature in correcting our inherited acquired weaknesses. To reach the weakness and consequent digestive nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Hnl cry, a glyceric mal roots sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For neak stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating, Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal nScHienis, we "Uisccvery" is a time The genuine has on Its outside wrapper the Signature Yon Can't flffnrrl a ä hohe, medicine op known coMrosmoN, not even though the urgent dealer may fTeby .mke a littIc bigger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy. FR...

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

it I 41 v. 5 I it A UCTIO N---120-ACRE FARM! WEDNEoD W, DEC. 27th, on premises ' ' '- Farm now owned by B. F. Catherwood. Lafayette, Ind. Known as the Blair farm. located 7 '1-2 miles northwest of Plymouth. Will be sold at auction to the highest bidder. Come to sale ready to bid A Good grain and stock farm, ail in cultivation except 30 acres, which is pasture and timber land. Corn now cribbed on farm shows for its productiveness. Terms: $1,000 cash, balance March 1, 1912. Further information, address WRIGHT & SDN, Auctioneers, Lnfayette, Ind. lTEBPEHADCE: I LEGISLATION ID POLITICS J in Ely B. Milner . Clinton H . Grübe Mliiner ,& Grube Grain Dealers All Kinds of Grain and Seeds Feed, Lime, Plaster, Cement, Sewer Pipe, Tile, Salt, Etc. ( "Diadem' WINTER WHEAT FLOUR-! "Columbia City Perfection' ( ''Nappanee Perfection' SPRING WHEAT FLOUR prys ..xm. Wingolu" "Gold Medal" OFFICE AND ELEVATOR Wost Carro Street, West Side Lake Erie Depot PHONE 870 Plymouth Indiana ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 December 1911

OWE HUMORED id liiiffflO YEARS OLD MRS. WILLEY WITH A PARTY WHO VISITED AN OLD INDIAN WOMAN IN SAN DIEGO, CAL. NOV. 30. THANKSGIVING VISIT Question, of Ventilation By Modern Methods Gets Jolt By Seeing ' One Who Has Grown Old Amid Adverse Conditions. The following letter is written for the Republican by Mis. J. H. Willey, who is now living ir San Diaro, California.' Mrs. Willey irave us an account of her personal observations "at the recent election where women voted in California. We are pleased to rive this letter from her pen, and hope she will ag-ain favor ns with an account of present conditions as compared with the past, in and. around San Dieiro. Dr. Holmes tells ns that modern ventilation is conducive to long; life. That Boston homes with furnaces and other enlightened contrivances have raised the average term of existence at the Hub. The outside world has but to imitate. Our complacent acceptance of tbese autocratic theories received a jolt the other day. Some one suggested...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 28 December 1911

MEPUIB CAN """ VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1911. NUMBER 52. . . . . . --uünif 4' 'if j BV F BR : IIIIII I ' I IU I Kl -w w ibi v m UHR ft i iiiii.iiLiiiiiiiiniu M0TIN11E BY THE FINDING OF THE JURY IN THE ISAAC HERRIMAN WILL CASE THE WILL CAN NOT BE BROKEN. 1111 I !C MOT RDfWFNinot sustained the charge of Insanity, HILL I J MUI . UIU ULI 21any Witnesses Examined In An 'v At tempt t" J at the Will of Isaac Herriman On Insanity Charge. In the Isaac Herriman will case xnai was aeciuea uy lue jurvinuA 1 A 1 -Ti l 1 Xl IPI I uay nil; in in lavur ui me ueieiiuam an explanation further than the mere statement of the verdict is deemed necessary to a full understanding of the cause. Isaac Herriman had several daughters, and one son, Benjf.min. During his life time, there came to his home a girl who had been cast out on , to the world, who was taken in and given a home, and afterwards became the wife of the son Ben, ap pearing in the case as Katie Herriman. After their ...

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

Silence! The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. "Women shrink from the personal questions cf the local physician which teem indelicate. The thought of examination is nbhorrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. It has been Dr. Pierce's; privilege to care a reat xnany women who .are tozzixd a ntu&a tor modesty la his offer cf FREE tcnsalta tlon br letter,. 7111 correspondence ia held as sacredly confidential, Zlddreoo Dr. 12. Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and . build? up and put the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial. It Makes Wenk Women Strong, Sick Women Well. You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as n substitute lor this non-alcoholic medicine op known composition. THURSDAY LOCALS. I. Holly made a busine...

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

The demand New times demand new measures and new men; The world advances and in time outgrows The laws that in our fathers' days were best; And, doubtless, after us some purer scheme "Will be shaped out by wiser men than we, Made "wiser by the steadj growth of truth. The time is ripe, and rotten-ripe, for change; Then let it come; I have no "dread of what Is called for by th instinct of mankind. Nor think I that God's world w öuld fall apart Because we tear a parchment more or less; Truth is eternal,' but her effluen ce, With endless change, is fitted to the hour; Her mirror is turned forward, to reflect The promise of the future, not FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE MORMON TEMPLE The first pictures of the remark able, and heretofore mysterious, J?4,00Ö,000 temple of the Mormons of Salt Lake Citv, ever given out by the officers of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, as it is officially called, are reproduced in the January Popular Mechanics Magazine. They reveal an edifice of g...

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

1BC UtrUBUCAR SAMUEL E. BOYS. Edltor 'and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as seconcf class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office t Plymouth, Indiana, under the 'Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year Cix months.... Iwo month .$1.50 . .75 . .25 The paper will be continued unless ordered topped, except where subscriber lire outside tS county. The date on the yellow tUp 1 the tine to which you hae paid INCOME TAX LAWS. In November Hon. K. Kennan,' supervisor of assessments for the "Wisconsin Tax Commission, lectured before a large gathering o Marqnette University law students, or. "Income Taxation." He said in part: "Practically every country in the -world, with the exception of the United States, has income tax laws. Ten of these countries have federal income tax laws, while in the other countries the income tax law is administered by political subdivisions, and although forty-five of these countries had the income tax law by 1899, not a single one has repealed...

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

1 . ; - As We I . Tace 1912 ! : At the beginning of a new year we desire to extend to our friends tne compliments of the season and to express our appreciation of confidence and good will shown us in the year that is past. ' The year 1911 has been a very successful one, not only in the volume of trade we have had but also in permanent friends and customers gained. N In 1912 we hope wc shall be able to give even better service than in the past and can assure the people of this community that no effort will be spared that can contribute to that end. Wc extend to all thanks forjthe'patronage given us and best wishes for a happy New Year. -I 4 I People's Drug Store CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. WANT COLUMN Dr. A. C. Hume Dentist, jvendal? blk. -WILLIAMS, THE AUCTIONEER. F. W. Wüilams, the Auctioneer, has his headquarters at Astley & Hoham's implement store, and is ready to book all sale? for the first of the new year. He has already eirht sales for January and February Phone 8...

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

PLYMOUTH FALLS SOAFF HILE AT WORK DECORATING INTERIOR OF THEATRE FALLS AND MAN' IS KILLED. GEORGE SHELLEY DEAD Was Married to Frances Grobe, and t Well Known to Many In Plymcnth As An Expert Painter and Decorator. Gecnre Shelley was thrown from a scaffold at Hammond, Dec. 21, and killed. While at work decorating the interior of a large theatre, with a comrade by his side, iu some way the scaffold on which they were standing while finishing the ceiling, was loosened, and both men thrown to the floor beneath. The other man had both legs and arm broken, and was otherwise bruised. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. Mr. Shelley was at first thought to be btt slightly injured, his elbow being the only part that gave him bother. The accident hapened just before noon, and soonfter Mr. Shelley lectone sick, was taken to the hospital, where he died about six o'clock Thursday evening. Mr. Shelley is well known in Plymouth, where he lived several years. He Wt?s an expert painter and de...

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

YOU RS TO PLEASE THE HOLIDAYS ARE NEAR AT HAND. AN ENYOYABLE TIME IS LOOKED FORWARD TO BY YOUNG AND ELDERLY PEOPLE the SAME A well lighted home is certainly a pleasure and joy tovthe entire family Therefore those who have not now, and desire to have their home illuminated brilliantly for the Holidays, can have the pleasure of such by a thirty day's trial of the Best Lighting System now on the market, or a Portable hand lamp one that can be taken from one room-to another in perfect safety, and at the expiration of the time mentioned above, if these lights have not fulfilled ouv statement we will remove them from your house WITHOUT COST TO YOU , , Many farm homes are lighted at the present t?me with these lights and are enjoying the .lost Modern Invention of the age. Call on W. E. Leonard, sc GOOD BUSH DONE ALL LINES OF TRADE GOOD, AND PLYMOUTH BUSINESS HEN ARE WELL SATISFIED WITH OUTLOOK. HOLIDAY -TRADE IS GOOD Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Toys, Jewelry and Fancy Articles Show Good ...

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

TRAILING III Ii SOUTHL FOR PLEASURE MR. AND LIES. E. PRICE ENJOYING SIGHTS IN FLORIDA ihttto ttttwppd t-pt.t. nv I rW ww IV ? Illy A ------ -W I EXPERIENCES. CCtV AN 111 II i !ln1UAIrli?hthouse and saw the -wireless; OLLJ Hll ULU tUlllllrtlpieke( Old Memories Revived In Cnmberland Mountain Region Plymouth Boy Met At Knoxville, Tenn. St.v Augustine, Fla., Dec- 21, 1911. Editor Republican: I wlil give you a few details of our trip since leaving Plymouth. We left on the L. Er & W. 5:00 p. m. 'and arrived at Indianapolis at 9:45 From here we took the 3:45 a. m. Big Four for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:3(Hn the morning. We attempted to get out on the 8:00 a. m train for Knoxville, but on account of a cave in of the tunnel near Covington, had to cris-cross into Newport to get around, and it was after 9:00 o'clock when we got started. From Covington to Paris, Ky., the way vas over my first ten months of. campaign as a soldier, I after the Kirb'y Smith raid on Cincinnati in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 4 January 1912

Sill "IllW ' ft! THE' : WEEKLY ; REPUBUCAN f 1 4 4 VOLUME 58' PETER KRUYER S RE-ELECTED SOUTH BEND MAN CHOSEN TO LEAD DEMOCRATS IN THE THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. A TACGART CONVENTION Everything Carried Cut As Planned By Trench Lick Man and His . Friends Senator Shively Present. Notwithstanding hi; .mismanagement of the Marshal county infirmary, and that the board of state accountants under Governor. Marshall showed this fact very clearly to all in their report; the democrats of the, ' Thirteenth district "on Friday reelected Peter J. Kmyer district chair man to . conduct their campaign in 1912. The South Bend, Tribune of ' that day says of the convention: Peter J. Kruyer, of South Bend, was this afternoon re-elected democratic district chairman, according to programme. The delegates from the various counties of the Thirteenth district assembled in the Elk's temple at 2 o'clock, or thereabouts, V JA. PETER J. KRUYER. Formerly Superintendent of the Marshall County Infirmary, re-elected demo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 4 January 1912

What Ails Yottl fl Tou feci weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head"2Ua ..tngue b'tter or h äs o morning. nert.burn, belchin of gas, acid risings ia throat after in, stomach naw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, Poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred ymptoms ? , K you hare any considerable number of the -. Dore lymptom you are suffering from bilious nets, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Air. Fierce a Golden Medical Discovery is made JP of the most valuable medicinal principles Mown to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. 'It is a most eiucient lirer inrigorator, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strengtheaer. ?M1 Glden Medical Discovery" is not a patent inedicine or secret nostrum, "t of iu ingredients beiaS printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested fct IT A ilan5 at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harmful nabit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refined Ciycenne, of pr...

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