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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 7 March 1912

FOE TO VOiHUf SISTER aj"---'"- wish to continue, it will cost you only about 13 cents a week or less than two cents a day. It will not interfere with your work or occupation. Jstt Mas' M year um tai aMrtst, tell me how yon Buffer If yon wish, and I will send you the treatment for your case, entirely free,ln plain wrapper, by return mail. I will also send youfraaaf cttt my book "WCSIM 0X1 CEDICU iSTISüT with explanatory Illustrations showing whr women suffer, and how ther can easily cure thembelres sU home. Erery woman should hare it, and learn to ttiak for sarsttf. Then when the doctor says You must hare an operation," you can decide for yourself. Thousands of women hare cured themselres with my home remedy. It cures aN sis sr mat. Ts Batters sf Daaghtara, I will explain a almple home treatment which speedily and effectually cures Leucorrhoea, Green Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation In young Ladles, PI jmpness and health always results from Its use. Whererer you lire, I...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 7 March 1912

HC UC '1 CA SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop I8SÜED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the pest office fit Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year 11.50 tlx months 75 two rnontba .25 The caper wfil be continued unlets ordered topped, except where subscribers lire outside tat count? . The date on the yellow allp U the were to woicQ you nare una. POLITICAL ANNOUNO: irr. Por Surveyor I wish to announce to the repub licans of Marshall county that I will be a candidate for the nomination for Surveyor before the next republican county convention. The support of all my . friends and of republicans generally is respectfully solicited. "Win. H. Morris. THE THIRD TEEM IDEA. In all probability the nominee of the republican national convention for president of the United States will be either Taft or Roosevelt There is now. little likelihood that a - . j. . dark horse will capture the prize. Mr. Roosevelt, in his Columbus...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 7 March 1912

Those Nasty Spring Head Colds Quick cnanges of temperature and the advent of spring clothing are apt to induce colds which, starting in the head, work downward into the throat and air passages. . The important thing to do is to stop these colds in the start, to insure prompt relief from the distress in the head, and to open up the nostrils and insure free breathing. You can do this with Reynolds Cold Cure, our remedy for colds. It costs but 25c. Sold by us Only, PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. Plymouth. Ind. WANT COLUMN Dr. A. C. Hume Dentist. Kendall blk. For Sale Seasoned oak posts 6 cents each. 2xz miles north of Burr Oak. H. W. Sickler, 29-7 Culver R R 16. "We have a desirable 'building lot in the suburbs of Indianapolis we would like to exchange for lots in Plymouth. Property on the south side preferred. S. H. Yager.d5-6w7 For Sale-rl20 acre farm in North township 3V2 miles from Lapaz,well improved, over 100 acres under cultivation, well fenced, good orchard, so...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 7 March 1912

Äfcgelable Prcparalionfor Assimilating CicFoodandBcgulatirthfcStomachs andBowels of Promotes DigestioaCheerfurness ardRestContains neither Opiumi-forphine norlfineral. 1NOT21AR.COTIC. Apctfec! Remedy forConsCpaTion, Sour Stotnach.Diarxtoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverishrvfss and LOSS OF SLEEP. FacSinule Signature cf NEW YORK. in 1 i M EXACT COPV QF WRXBZSB. TWO BILES OF BOURBON BOARD HAS PLANS . AND SPECIFICATIONS TO MEET NEW COUNTRY ROADS TO BE BUILT. will uusi uvhii mm m im A pa M AAA W. B. Hess and Wm. English of Plymouth Are Officials of Town a?d Assist In Work. Special to the Republican: Bourbon, March 1 Bourbon is planning for over two miles of street paving this spring and summer which will cost upwards of $50,000. W. B. Hess of Plymouth, who i3 town attorney, was in Bourbon Wednesday night attending a meeting of the town board at which they approved the preliminary improvement resolution passed by the board at a special meeting held Feb. 5, cover ing the proposed paving. The b...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 7 March 1912

LAW-MAKING BY THE EDITOR OF It might be plausibly argued that no class is more tenaciously conservative where its own traditions are concerned than the professional politicians. Farmers do not organ ize to check the advance of intensive agriculture, nor physicians to warn an unsuspecting public against the seductions of bacteriology or serum therapy. The advent of "wireless telepraphy was not regarded as a call to arms by the electrical engineers, nor when aeroplanes began to dot the blue were we deafen ed with warning cries from physicists. And oven among the theologians that disconcerting new arrival the higher crisicism was not altogether anathema. But when any scientific and progressive mind turns its attention to the machinery of politics what a chorus of admonition rises from the ranks of the politicians ! Thus every effort to resore to the people the reins of government which have been so gradually but surely transferred to the hand of special privilege is noted with 'ap-' pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 7 March 1912

County Correspondence EE a nd mWE W GILBERT LAKE. Mrs. John Anderson is on the sick list. Dr. Thompson of Tyner was called out to John Anderson's Tuesday. Chas. Westbrook of Hamlet was in this vicinity last week and cured some fine horses. Mrs. C. Meyers made a visit to i C hicago last week. SLIGO. Mr. Bender is very low at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of Culver eame to visit her parents from Saturday till Monday and took their little son home.. He has been with his grand parents three months. Mr. Dill is about the same as he has been for a week. Ben Harring is hauling stone for Warren McFarlin 's tew bam which will be built in the spring. DONALDSON. Frank Scott and family, Albert Baum and family, Will Whitesell and family and Leonard Eaum and family spent Sunday with John Bohrer 's. Grace Scott of Wanatah came Monday to attend the funeral of her Grandmother, Mrs. Ann Scott. Mrs. R. E. Nelson of Plymouth was a Donaldson visitor Saturdav. - Mrs. Clifford English is or. the sick...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

OlVu-c (Act VOLUME 58 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912 NUMBER 11. W in re ww : v REFUEL CAN V ill ' 4 it SffllE REPRESEDTED UNDEMOCRATIC DEMOCRATS OF MARSHALL COUNTY DECLARE THEY WILL NOT ALLOW DELEGATE TO VOTE. MUZZLED BY THE UNIT RULE Jonathan Wolfe. Or His Alternate, Will Be Bound Hand and Foot and Gagged for the Convention. One of the most despotic, undemocratic and un-American deals ever pulled off in politics is about to be seen in the Marshall county democratic delegation to the State convention. It will be "pulled off" at Indianapolis in the State democratic convention by C. W. Metsker and his allies from this county. The plan in brief is not to allow the delegate from West township to express the will of the democrats of that township. One would think that in the democratic party surely the people's will would be paramount for they have always especially prided themselves on being so "close to the people and so "really representative of the people' Nevertheless, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

sn rnvnmpnr vrirn THURSDAY LOCALS. A new smoke stack is being erected at the electric . light plant. . Mrs. Elmer Jones and little son are visiting in Lapaz for the day. Mrs. J. P. Bishop is visiting relatives i nArgos. Frank Day. living west 01 the city, went to Monterey today. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Finfc of Argos are in the city on business. Mrs. Maud Gray has gone to Rochester to visit her mother a few days. Chas. Miller of the Schlosser Bros, creamery went to Indianapolis today. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Zumbaugh of near Inwood, are Plymouth visitors today. - Mrs. Wm. Ormond and Mrs. Carl Reynolds are South Bend visitors today. Kyle Dill and his sister have gone to visit their brother in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. John Harris went to Chesterton this morning to visit her son, Week Harris. Mrs. Kate Hartsough has gone to North Judson for a visit of a few days with her sister. Frank Wallace left this morning for South Bend where he will look about for employment. D. R. Donohue went to Chicago thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

AMEirctiää TALE OF TUE SOUTH POLE Intrepid Norwegian Tells How He Accomplished His Great Feat. DATES: DEC. 14-17, 1911, DESTII1ED TO LIVE Kl HISTORY Brave Explorer Arrives at Point Farthest South on Beautiful Day, Takes Observations in Brilliant Sunlight, So There Can Be No Mistake, and Plants Norwegian Flag and Pennant of the Fram on the Exact Pole. BY ROALD AMUNDSEN. (Copyright, 1912. by the New York Times Company, all rights resenred.) Hobart, Tasmania, March 8, 11:20 a. m . On the 10th of February, 1911, we commenced to work our way toward the south, from that day to the 11th of April establishing three depots, which in all contained a quantity of provisions of about 3,000 kilos. One thousand six hundred kilos, including 1,100 kilos of seal meat, were cached in 80 degrees, 700 kilos In 81 degrees, and 800 kilos Jn 82 degrees south latitude. As no landmarks were to be seen, these depots" were marked with flags, seven kilometers on each side in the easterly and westerly directions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

tee mmm SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop I8SÜED- EVERY THURSDAY. ' Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year 11.50 Six months 75 fwo months 25 The aper will be continued unless ordered tapped, except where subscribers lire outslds tat eoanty. The date on the yellow slip Is the me o which yon haTe paid.. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. For Surveyor I "wish to arnounce to the repub licans of Marshall county that I will bo a candidate for the nomination for Surveyor before . the next republican county convention. The support of all my friends and of republicans generally is respectfully solicited. Wm. H. Morris. Would the people recall the decision of the United States Supreme court just rendered in the patent case? Would theyl . The people should feel grateful to President Taft for his appointment of Chief Justice White. In his dissenting- opinion on the . patent case just decided, Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

I OtDITDirDQ) ! WeflO Papering CJf Tne Lest time in trie whole year to paper is now. It's the season for overhauling and cleaning up. While the spring renovating is in progress have the papering done. See our magnificent stock of wall papers today Cf You'll find here just the papers you want for any room you wish to paper. All new, fresh, bright, - J this season's goods. CJ" Designs and colorings are unusually attractive this t i t .1 i r .i i i ? year ana we nave tne picK or tne most ocauuiui produced. We bought heavily and at a low figure so low that no catalog or mail order house can possibly compete with us on goods of equal quality. Come and see for yourself. , People's Drug Store Plymouth, Indiana CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor 4. Wants To Be Delegate. Mr. Clement Studebaker, Jr., of South Bend is a candidate for election as delegate to the Republican national convention from this district. It is not stated what candidate for president Mr. Studebaker favors, but it is known that h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

ccscoo- () o oo oo oo oo uo SAVE 2-3 On Your Spring House-Cleaning An "EASY' Vacuum cleaner in your home will do it. At same time the work will be done better and quicker and with less inconvenience. IT'S THE NEW WAYTHE BEST WAY to keep your house clean. Who, to-day, would cook at an opeu fire place? You wouldn't. Then why stick to old ways of cleaning house and keeping it clean? LET US PUT AN "EASY" VACUUM CLEANER IN YOUR HOME We will place in j our home, with liberal time for trial any style of cleaner you need one adapted to your requirements. It will pay for Itself in a very short time, as it saves you time, labor and wear on your house furnishings. It will save your carpets, rugs, upholstery keeping them clean in the old way docs much to send them to the trash pile. We GUARANTEE the "EASY" cleaner to wear well, keep in order and give satisfaction just the kind of guarantee we have been giving our "Ea3y Washers'" for a generation. Write for information now, before house-cleaning...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

Absolutely Ptare Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the housewife is so great, no other agent so useful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ho At urn No Lime Phosphates ROOSEVELT II 11 OIST. OijCfHN Meeting At South Bend Largely Attended and Things Look Bright For Two Delegates From the Thirteenth On "April 21st. A meeting of about sixty Roosevelt men from over the Thirteenth district met in the Harrison club rooms in South Bend Wednesday afternoon and formed an organization covering the entire district. Temporary county chairmen were named for each of the seven counties and leaders -will be chosen in each precinct to look after th Roosevelt interests and se that th voters get to the caucuses. Reports from all the counties looked very bright for the prospects of two Roosevelt delegates from this district on April 2, when the convention meets at Warsaw. An organization had already been formed in Laporte and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 14 March 1912

HEALTH DEPARTMENT Edited By Dr. L. D. Eley COUNTY HEALTH COMMISSIONER Under this heading will be pre sented each week the laws, rules and regulations of the State Board of Health as they are at the present time. In connection with thij any- question of general interest pertaining to public health, will be answered, if addressed to Dr. Eley in writing. Any one preserving these articles will have a complete copy of the Board of Health rules when the series is finished. Rule 6. When a case of contagious disease is reported it shall be the duty of the health officer having jurisdiction to ascertain the schools attended by any children from the infected premises and to serve notice upon those in charge of such schools, requiring that all persons YJrom such infected premises be excluded from the schools uitfil a medical certificate or a written permit from the health officer is presented. Rule 7. When a person affected with' any of the quarantineable diseases. has recovered and is no long...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 March 1912

WEEKLY REPUBL CAN rs i VOLUME 58 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 1912 NUMBER 12. 4 t , 1 I - i t f TUR Ii B05T0I II Fill OR OF CHALLENGE OP ROOSEVELT MANAGER ANSWERED IN STRONG LANGUAGE BY PRESIDENT IN SPEECH. CHEERED BY LEGISLATURE Nation's Chief Discusses Recall and Primary Laws Before Massachusetts Law Making Body. Boston, March 18. In an address before the Massachusetts legislature today, President Taft declared him- - i p e I sen in iavor oi preierciu.. F"manes, surrounded by -certain conditions, for the coming campaign Ane i Mueui, ii. a u.s .iuru convincing manner, laid bare convincing manner, laiü oare the fallacies and the langers of the recall; which is advocated by Theodor RoseVelh. IIe , S,aiJ in..part; 4 Wherever full and fair notice of the election can be given, wherever adequate election safeguards can be thrown around to protect a preferential primary for the presidency, wherever the Constitution of state permits its being made applicable to the present electi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 March 1912

Cr Phone 610 Pesch BroSo yfleatt (Vlarket! The home of the Best Meats Only We are Headquarters for the choicest Beef, Pork, Veal and Lamb. Also Salt and Smoked Meats FRESH HH EVERY THURSDAY OYSTERS AND GAME IN SEASON ät&j -z Phone 478 i MONEY Ü "SrS- I TO LOAN Xl.lAAA..l-L, with W. H- obf r Ag-nc SECURITY Agent In Oftice 11 a. E OF A PRE THE OBJECT EASIEST WAY FOR REPUBLICANS TO SUCCEED IN THE NEXT CAMPAIGN IS TO CHOOSE ROOSEVELT. SHOWING ELECTORAL VOTE Figures of the Different States Present Facts Which Prove That Colonel Could Be Elected With Ease. (From Roosevelt National Committee The real purpose of the campaign next fall is the election of a republican io the presidency of the United States in November. To accomplish that ought to be the first object of the National Convention at Chicago in June. In only twenty-three of the fortyeight states is the administration now in the hands of the Republicans. The states which have republican governors, with their vote in the...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 March 1912

Gil POLL OF 11ISTAIES HAS BEEHTAKEN SHOWS RELATIVE STRENGTH OF MANY CANDIDATES TOR THE PRESIDENCY IN THE CONTEST. WILSON LEADS DEMOCRATS and LaFoiette in the pivot states of Maine, Massachusette, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, "Wisconsin, Nebraska and Colorado is as follows, first choices bing: Roosevelt 8,734; Taft 5,342; LaFollette 2,861. In this group Wilson received 1901 votes to Harmon's 1,484, Clark's 1,620, Bryan's 1,495, and Under wood's 376. In New York Taft ran ahead of Roosevelt, 1,389 to 861, and Harmon ran ahead of Wilson. In Ohio, the President's home state Roosevelt beat Taft, 1,176 to 902. In spite of LaFollette "s illness his friends clinsf to him and he makes the best showing of any candi date of any party as alternate candidate. Roosevelt Doubles Taft Vote Methods Employed By Poll Takers Disregard For Party Lines Stands Out. Washington, D. C. March 2. (Special) The most significant and conclusive proof that Col. Theodore Roosevelt is the ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 March 1912

THE REPUBLICAN DARGAINS IN CARPETS BARGAINS IN SHALL RUGS run tat SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year J1.50 Six month! 75 two months 25 The paper will be continued un-eu ordered topped, except where subscriber live ontdde täa county. The date on the yellow alip li the time to which you have paid. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. For Surveyor I wish to announce to the republicans of Marshall county that I will be a candidate for the nomination for Surveyor before the next republican county convention. The support of all my friends and of republicans generally is respectfully solicited. Wm. H. Morris. I OPINIONS 9F THE PRESS ! Roosevelt's Plan of Judicial Recall. In his Boston speech on Monday Mr. Roosevelt elaborated the doctrine laid down last week in his Columbus speech to the effect that the people should be given means ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 March 1912

t 4 SUPERB WALL PAPERS 4 4. 1 X If you haven't papered your rooms X X for several years this is certainly X X the time to do it- In all the X years we have handled wall pa- X X pers we have never seen designs X J and colorings to compare with J X this season's line. J We bought early and had X choice of the cream of the papers J of best manufacturers. We can 1 X show you better values than can X be seen anywhere else in this vi5 cinity. X It's time to choose now. The X longer you delay the less variety X you'll have to select from. At the present we have a magnifi- X X cent showing, X X Our prices will save you money. X i ! PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE t PLYMOUTH, HID. Chas. Reynolds, Proprietor 4.4.4.4.4.4. 4. 4.4.4.4.4.4. WANT COLUMN Dr. A; C. Hume Dentist. Kendall bü. White Oak Fence Posts for sale, 10e each. P. O. Box 204, Plymuth. wl4 For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, $1.00 per setting. Phay Woodward, Plymouth, Ind. w21-28-4-ll Stray dog found Black, with white toes and short tail. Ow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 21 March 1912

' - . 4 J 71 - i I! Mi i i n i -tJ,.,q;.i,itt.iUt4iuilii.ti,ait' :u.tuutl-!.u.nii;'tMi.u. l:... 'i-l Iii 0 .ÄVfcgetable Prcparalionfor Assimilating trie Food andBeg ulaling the Stomachs ardBowcls of Promotes Digestion,Cheerfurness andKestContains neither OhpiiinvMorphine norfineraL Not "Naäc otic . JVc afOUJk-SAMlllPtrCZZIi jGSmm SUAJUSmUt" tmtrm A perfect Remedy forConsCpaTion. Sour Stomach,Diarthoca Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK. Arft"; EXACT COSY OF WBAB2S.B. mm For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of AW hi is! AS A RESULT TRESPASSING ON THE RAILROAD PROPERTY IN VIOLATION OF LAW MANY KILLED. For Over Thirty Years JIM TIM MTWa MMMUT. NCW VOM OITT. I 3 - g; -. t Don't Until you've saved up $25, $50, or $100 before depositing it with us. You will save more by putting it in the bank than by carrying it around until you have a larger amount. Carrying it around you are liable to lose it, spen...

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