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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 January 1912

A list of Lands, Qity and Town Lots returned delinquent for the nontaxes of 1911,' in Marshall County, Indiana. ' . Explanation of Abbreviations, In the following list n is used for nor "west, se for southeast,' sw for southwest, emr for east Michigan road, w serve line, erl for east reserve line nrr for north of railroad, srr for sou rod, rds for rods, ft for feet or foot, "same" for the same as that next frn or frl fof fraction or fractional, ex for except, und for undivided, pt Iks for links, chs for shaim, Mich r for Michigan road, div for divided, c ship, r for range, blk for block,' sq for square, adj for adjoining, cen for house, bk for book or bank, par for parition. DELINQUENT TAX 1 151. payment oi taxes for the year 1910, and previous years, together with the th, s for s -th, e for east, w for west, ne for northeast, nw for northmr for west Michi an read, mrl f r Michigan road land, wrl for west reth of railroad, er for east of railr ad, wrr for west of railroad, rd for im...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 January 1912

obituabV John H. Gibson. John H. GibsoD, son of David L. and Hannah Gibson, deceased, was born Oct. 9, 1859 and departed this life Jan. 13, 1912 at 1 p. m. aged 52 years, 3 months and 4 days. He was born and reared to manhool on his father's farm three miles southeast of Plymouth, on the farm now owned by himself and J. N. South. Although he had never enjoyed good health he bore it man fully and lived a good and - useful life. He persued his early education at the old Van Yactor schoo'. He also attended the Plymouth schools. He further persued his studies in Bour bon college. In 1879-80 he took a business course in Valparaiso col lege. He then went to Paola. Kansas and started in business with W. S. Howard. He continued the business for two years and, rthen came back home to work on a farm with his father. In 1889 he purchased the farm on which he lived until his death. On Aug. 8, 1886, he was married to Jennie D. Van Vactor, who still survives him. To this union two children were b...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 January 1912

MESSAGE Hin and EFFICOCI President Taft Reviews the Report ot Special Commission, Commends Findings and i Urges Continuance. Shows a Prospective Saving In Gov- ! ernment Expenditures of Upward of j $3,000,000, With Investigation Only 1 Begun Waste In Single Item of Dis- ! tributing Public Documents Amounts '. to $250,000 Annually Saving In ' Order to Spend More fise!y. Following are the recommendations of the president in relation to the report made to him by the commission on ecoLomy and efficiency: To the Senate and House of Itepre- , sentatives: I submit for the imoruation of the congress this report of progress made In the inquiry into the efficiency and economy of the methods of transacting public business. Efficiency and economy in the government service hive been demanded iwlth increasing insistence for a generation. Real economy b the result of efficient organization. By perfecting the organization the same benefits may be obtained at less expense. A reduction in the total o...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 January 1912

1 IV : 5 w Aegelable Preparalionfor As-' simulating KtcFoodaridEeguIatirtheStocachs andBowsls of Promotes DigestionJCheerfulness andRestContains neither Opkim.Morphine nor rfineraL Kot "Nah c o ti c . MMfcrprw tonic Apetfecl Remedy forConsBpaTion, Sour Stocwch.DiarxJhoca Worms .Convulsions .FeverishnessandLossOF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of KOV YORK. 1X55 iitiii it Ii 4 n ?C For Infants and Children. The Kind You llavo Always Bought Bears the Signature AA For Over Thirty Years DSF n IÖ) utt TMI OtHTAVa MMNRT. W VOR CITY. THURSDAY LOCALS. . J. S. McCormick of Hamlet transacted business in Plymouth on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall went to South Bend Thursday for a visit with tbeir daughter and family. Marion Logan of Valparaiso returned home' Thursday after visiting relatives in Plymouth. M. L. Voreis of Culver came to Plymouth Thursday with his little boy who is having his "left eye treated. Samuel Craig returned to his home in Nappanee Thursday morning after visiting his broth...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 January 1912

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. , ; HE AWAKE HOSE COW 1 HOLDS MEETING v A list of Lands, City and Town Lots returned delinquent for the nontaxes of 1911, in. Marshall County, Indiana. ' Explanation of Abbreviations. In the following list n is used for nor "west, se for southeast, sw for southwest, emr for east Michigan road, w serve line, erl for east reserve line, nrr for north of railroad, srr for sou rod, rcU for rods, ft for feet or foot, "same" for the same as that next frn or frl for fraction or fractional, ex for except, und for undivided, pt Iks for links, chs for shains, Mich r for Michigan road, div for divided, o ship, r for range, hlk for block, sq for square, adj for adjoining, cen for house, bk for book or bank, par for parition. payment of taxes for the year 1910, and previous years, together with the th, s for south, e for east, w for west, ne for northeast, nw for northmr for west Michigan road, mrl for Michigan road land, wrl for west reth of railroad, eir for east of railroa...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 January 1912

REOiSTRATiOM OF INDIANA VOTERS Text cf vif lav Relating la This Subject. j ; LÜTTER OF GEHER! L INTEREST Her Is Set Out In Full the Act cf tl-.a Last Legislature Providing For the Registration of Voters, and Matters Connected Therewith. "With the opening of what promises to be one of the most interesting political campaigns in the history of Indiana, the readers of this paper will find mach of interest in the following text of the registratiorlaw enacted by the last legislature and approved March 4, 1911: Elections Registration cf Voters. Section 1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of the State of Indiana, That hereafter it ßhall be unlawful for any person to vote at any general election held . In thiV state, unless such person be at the time a registered roter under the requirements of this act. ' s Counfy Commissioners Precinct Boundaries. Sec. 2. Every order of a board of commissioners in any county in this state establishing, changing, dividing r consolidating election prec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

WÄLY flCAN ME X VOLUME 58 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. 1912 NUMBER 4. REPU B L w 11 minnir nn nnmiu nTinni it PMl Will 1 II I El C01PLETED Plymouth Now Has Benefit of Bell Toll Lines All Over United States Five Thousand Independent Users Are Reached The union of the telephone sys-" terns so long desired for this community has at last been accomplished. A few days ago the Winona company and the- Bell company completed and signed the . agreements which are to last for ten years, and perhaps for an indefinitely longer period. By this agreement the patrons of all the telephones of the Winona company, about 5,000 in number, will be privileged to use the entire Bell system for toll purposes. There are some changes yet to be made in the routing of messages, but in a very few days all that will be done and the working will be complete. In Plymouth it may be necessary for two or three days longer for people here to go to the Bell booths to answer calls from our of town, but not I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

A Poor Weak Woman As sLe is termed, will endure btavely and patiently agonies which a strong man would give way under The fact isvwomea are more patient than they ough to be under such troubles. Every woman ougKfc to know that she may obtain the most experienced medical' advice free of charge and in absolute confidence and - privacy by writing to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce has been chief consnliing physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute, oJ Buffalo, N. Y., for many years and has bid a wider cractical exoerience in the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician in this country His medicines are world-famous for their astonishing efficacy. The most perfect rcmedr erer remedy erer cate women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, j" SICK WOMEN WELL. The many and varied symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set forch in Plain English in the People'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

TÖELBIE ALL AGGIDEWTS M CROSSINGS BT ABOLISHING GRADE CBOSSINQS OF RAILROADS AND HIGHWAYS ACCIDENT IMPOSSIBLE. PROVE THE ROADS Legislatures and Railroad Companies in Eastern States Co-operate to Bring About the Desired Condition. The large number of accidents at grade crossings throughout the country has resulted in some states in the subject being taken into the legislatures, and steps are being taken to eliminate the dangerous grade crossings. It is recognized everywhere that the only real way to eliminate the crossing accident is to eliminate the crossing. Gates, warning bells and flagmen have been used in many places, but notwithstanding these precautions many of the very worst accidents have happened at these supposedly protected 'crossings. - State and municipal authorities together with railroad officials are taking up the subject jointly, and plans are under way to abolish many grade crossings the coming year. The serious consideration being given this question is interestin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

. 1 'J a. j .1 4 1 C THE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOY, Editor and Prop 1 8 SUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office kt Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One ye&r...., eix months., two monU .11.50 . .75 . .25 Our Water ji) Tita caper wm b continued unless ordered topped, excepi where subscriber lire outside tttcoanty. Tue date on toe yello Ulp U the tt aj to which you have paid THE REGISTRATION LAW. The Republican is pleased to give to its readers the new Registration law, under which the state of Indiana will have to "work politics" daring the next campaign. Every man who expects to do political work ought, to familiarize himself with this law. The main points are not so hard, and the more he knows about it the better prepared he will be to do the work he must do this year. On account ox this new law, it will be necessary for the political workers to begin their duties much earlier than he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

v Bedside Comforts Medicine is not the only requisite when it comes to sickness. There are other things that are very necessary, and these we carry in our Sundry Department Make the invalid more comfortable, have things more convenient. We carry all necessities Cushions, Heaters, Feeders, - Bed Pans, Rubber Sheeting; Absorbent Cotton, Hot Water Bags Fountain Syringes, Thcrmomctors No use giving you a quotation on these goods as our prices are excep tiunally low. ' Every article we sell is guaranteed to give satisfaction to the physician, the nurse and the patient PEOPLE'S DRUG1 STORE, Plymouth, Ind. TUESDAY Mrs. M. Johnson is spending some time at Decatur visiting withIrs. Rebecah Chase. Mr. and Mrs. W. "W. Beck have returned to their home in Logansport !ter attending the funeral of Chas. Wilcox. James A Sweeney of the law firm of Marsh & Sweeney, has' returnfed from Indianapolis where he went on business. A. O. "Wilcox returned Monday evening to his family in Edgewater,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

. i ' : i y Sulphur is a Natural Element of the Hair When there is not a sufficient amount of sulphur in the hair, it loses its' life, color and strength, turns gray, and falls out. There are many forms of sulphur, but only one kind that is suitable for treatment of the hair and scalp, and that is the kind used In preparing WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY. Xte Have the Secret, and We Give You the Benefit of It at an Exceedingly Low Price For two or three years my hair had been falling out and getting quite thin, until the top of my head was entirely bald. About four months ago I commenced using Sage and Sulphur. The first bottle seemed to do some good and I kept tiding it regularly, until now 1 have used four bottles. The whole top of my head is now fairly covered with hair, and it keeps coming in thicker. - I shall keep on using it a while longer, as BALDNESS CURED I notice a constant improvement. STEPHEN BACON, Rochester, N Y. 50c and $1 Bottles, At AH Druggists 0ttiÄJ S WYET...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

J. F. BARMHILL SHOWS GREAT HVEITIOH A NEW RAIL JOINT THAT DOES AWAY WITH ALL POUNDS ING OF WHEELS ON RAILS. A WONDERFUL PATENT Simple Inve on That Will Revolntionlze the onstrnction ox xw-u-roads Is Being Shown In Plymouth. Messrs. J. A. Barnhill and W. C. Lumb of Chicago are at the Grand hotel and will be in Plymouth for about two weeks interesting" people of this county in a wonderful invention of which Mr. Barnhill is patentee. r This invention is a new interlocking rail joint for use on steam and electric railways. This new invention does away with, the use of the old "fish plate" joint clamp with which all are familiar. It may seem strange, but it is stated that nothing better than and nothing but this old "fish plate ' joint has ever been invented in all the history of railway building that has been pronounced practical. The annoying pounding of ths rail joints is familiar to all, as well as the danger in spreading and uneven rails at the joint. The cost, too, of this old-fash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 January 1912

m Annual V Salle. Will Last the Remainder of January DON'T wait until the best of the remnants are gone, but ; come early. We still have thous ands of yards of short ends of materials ' from, every de. v partment at astonishing Dricei. Dress ,Goodo, Waistings, Outings, ; . Muslins, Ginghams, Crash, Indian Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, Silks, Shawls, Kimonas, Dressing Sacques, Lace Curtains, Carpets, and a host of articles too numerous to mention. COATS At an immense saving to you. Buy a coat noiV and it wiU still be good next year. . ; Nl : All ,Our Large Rugs, Must go at a sacrifice for we must have room for spring stock. Buy now while we have a "large stock from which to select. BARGAIN SPECIALS FOR ÄT4JRDÄY Best Calico, 10 yards to a T 1 customer . . . . -r2 Extra quality Unbleached ' 31 Muslin, yc value . . . "4 Child's extra heavy bed Hose, sizes 5 100 Sample Waists, up to P1.50, at . 27x54 Velvet Rugs; value, at . . V UuiiE LÄ InJU ul- FECIAL. ON STAMPED GOODS 85, 50 and 40 ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 February 1912

,'1 ' ; 1 ... - i ' r - f -v .'ci.tJ..,. - , . ptf n n n - VOLUME 58 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1912 NUMBER 5. J 1 T ACCEPT If Party Call Is Clear and Strong Former President Will Heed It-Third Term Means Consecutive Terms--Makes Statement to Public New Tort, Jan. 30. "I am not and shall not be a candidate. I shall not seek the nomination, nor would I ao cept it if it came to me as the result of an intrigue. "But I will not tie my hands by a statement which would make it difficult or impossible for me to serve the public by undertaking a great task, if the people as a whole seemed definitely to come to the conclusion that I ought to do that task." These actual liberal words are being said by Theodore Roosevelt in letters. In Interviews, In statements to those whom he deems "sincere and honest supporters or sincere and honest 'opponents. They are a part of a remarkable definition of his exact personal position that has been known to his personal friends for some time. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 February 1912

i Tho Kind Ton Uavo Always Bought, and Trliili has been ia use for over 30 years, has homo tho signature of and has been made tinder his perJ7 . sonalsapervision since Us Infancy. rv0 s-CtccAeAi Allow no ono to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but . Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTOR I A 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 Fcverishness. 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. GENUINE ASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of able, it is by no means essential, and some of the most su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 February 1912

POLK TOWNSHIP REPORT Fran S. Nah, Township Truste RECEIPTS TOWNSHIP FUND , Bal on hand 1806 38 Fred H Myers co reas June dis. 1847 80 Fr dH Myers co treas clean Dan Allot Bashor ditch 21 Fred H Myers co treas Dec dlst 1668 6 Total I .....5229 05 TUiTlON FUND . Bal on hand 82246 85 F H &yers co treas Jan dls com school fund 1140 07 Marshall Co Trust Drs int V Plymouth State Bk. Nov lnt 1 S Marshall Co Trus co Jan lnt... 1 23 First nat bk Jan lnt 5 06 Plymouth State bk Dec 1910 & Jan 1911 lnt, 3 25 First Nat Bank Feh lnt 3 47 Fred H Myers treas surplus dog funds 126 23 Plymouth State Bank Feb lnt... 2 47 Township depositories int on deposits 8 98 First Nat Bank May int 78 Fred H Myers co treas June dlst 1863 63 Fred H Myers Co treas common school rev nue 12E7 48 Fred H Myers co treas, common school fund int 68 47 Fred H Myers co treas liquor license 228 08 Chas a Gouter trus transfer.... 14 00 J C Whitesell Co Clerk docket fees . 1 00 First Na Bank, June July a...

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

i TBE SAMUEL E. BOYS, Edltor and Prop 18SUEB EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office it Plymouth, Indiana, under the ct of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Uub year....T. ." .... .11.50 Six months 75 wo months , 25 rhe paper wCl be continued unless ordered topped, except where subscribers lire outside taeeoonty. Toe date on the yellow slip la the n ne to which you have paid Some "anxious" party men writ.ing from Washington to the South Bend Tribune ask, "What if Taft is not nominated f" Why, we will just nominate "Teddy," of course. CLEANER POLITICS. Every voter who votes, every voter who does -not vote, and the women also, will be muck, interested in the new law in Indiana govern ing elections, which is given in the Republican. The approach of a political campaign makes it highly desirable . that everv man in the state aquaiat himself with this new law. Especially must county chairmen and candidates for office fp-ko particular notice ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 February 1912

o Your Favor Appreciated ' ! ; For several years our stock has been growing and our equipment enlarging. -This has been due to a constantly increasing trade. LThe steady growth of trade high grade service we endeavor to give is appreciated, and wc.in turn appreciate your favor and confidence. Several improvements have been made in the store during the past year, more arc contemplated; we hope to make this J a still more attractive trading People's Drug 4 MONDAY v Attorney J. A. Sweeney made a trip to South Bend today. Mrs. W. M. Seltonright has gone to Culver to visit for a day. Mrs. Daniel Brown is visiting with friends in Ft. Wayne for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wallace of Argos spent Sunday with the family of Wm. L. Foker. Columbia City High school beat Plymouth &i to 20 at Columbia City last Friday night. Mrs. George Bowell returned Monday .jnorning from a visit over Sunday with her daughter in Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Allen of Adrian, Michigan, are visiting Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 1 February 1912

t . V Dinill Steffve YoEr Siaiir Many q Head of Hair, Apparently Hcaltüyt0 is Slowly Starving to Death Kair must have sulphur or die. ' When the blood faijs to supply sulphur in sufficient quantities, tneJiair loses its color, dies and falls out. .. y 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 Too llany Divorces. The Indianapolis Star has an editorial calling .attention- to the number of unhapi y marriages in that city, and concludes k that the fault is in the fact that people do not consider well what the marriage relation really means. Legislation cannoi make . illy , mated people happy. A person must be educated to understand the meaning of the vows taken. So long as marriage: is used as a eloak for mere animal practices, so long will divorce suits fill our court dockets. It is seldom that a couple who have a true conception of what marriage means ever eret ...

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