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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 11 April 1912

PHILIPPINES FOR SUPPLYOF SUGAR Gen. Edwards Puts Foremost Islands' Commercial Side. WOULD HOT DEFEND 111 WAR Thinks Privileges Should Be Granted Islanders by Which Saccharine Product Would Not Be Restricted as at Present. Washington, April 6 General Clarence R. Edwards, chief of the bureau of insular affairs, said to the senate finance committee, "What I desire to present is the commercial phase of the Philippines." "I am not at all concerned about the military aspect of the stiuation. If any of the great powers', such as Germany or Russia, should' decide to seize the Philippines I would allow them to do so. but the ownership of the islands would be one of the things to be considered after the close of the war." "You mean we would not defend them?" he was asked. "No." answered the general. "The important points to be given attention in a Pacific war would be Pearl Harbor in the Hawaiian islands. San Francisco and Alaska." "You mean it would not be wise to concentrate great war stren...

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 — 11 April 1912

iE REPUBLICAN SAMUELE. BOYS, Edltor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter Jannfjy 14, 1911, at the post office t .Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year Six months j Tito months 25 The caper will be continued nnlesi ordered topped, except where subscribers lire outside toe county. The date on the yeliow slip is the tl ae to which you have paid. POLITICAL AlfNOUNC: TT. For Surveyor I -wish to announce to the republicans of Marshall county that I will be a candidate for the nonination for Surveyor before the next republican county convention. The support of all my friends and of republicans generally is respectfully solicited. Wm. H. Morris. THE BIG LESSON. It "will do no good for the Roosevelt supporters in Indiana to fuss about their defeat at the state convention and in the Thirteenth district. It will do no good for individuals to swear they will never vote for Taft if he is nominated. The results obtained by the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 11 April 1912

Every Day a WalD Paper Bargain Day Though we announce no bargain days you always get a bargain when you buy wall papers here. The variety of designs, the juperior quality of ptock and the low prices at which we sell paper, all make buying here economical as well as satisfactory. You have your choice of over 200 design?, every one new and up-to-date. Whether you intend papering or not we should like to have you come in and inspect these papers. People's Drug Store PLYMOUTH MARKETS. "Wednesday, April 10. Eggs J6 Butter .25 Lard .09 Potatoes $1.00 to $1.15 Beans $2.25 to $2.50 Gram Wheat '. 95 Oats 52 Corn 95 Rye 80 Hay Timothy f 15.00 Clover Seed $12.00 Poultry Old Roosters Turkeys 02 to OÖ Geeso- 03 neu .10 Springs - OO Ducks WANT COLUMN Dr. A. C. Hume Dentist. Kendall blk. For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, $1.00 per setting. Phay Woodward, Plymouth, Ind. w21-p8-4-ll Reeve & Walker. Dealers in all kinds of securities. Money loaned on Real Estate. Good and safe investmen...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 11 April 1912

GREATEST FLOOD IN LATEHISTORY Eight Persons Drowned and 7,000 More Homeless. MILLIONS ill PROPERTY LOSS Levee Above Cairo, III., Gives Way to Sweeping Waters and Factories, Houses, Lumber Yards, Eta, are Borne Away. St Louis, April 5. Seven thousand people homeless, nearly 10.000 more fleeing their homes or preparing for Instant flight, eight persons drowned, a property loss extending Into the tens of millions, dozens of cities up and down the river under water or menaced, and levees giving way before the pressure of the vast wastes' of water like cardboard, briefly tells the story of the greatest flood in late history. Everywhere a grim and determined fight against the great "father of waters" is being waged. Millions of bags of sand and dirt are being used to strengthen levees, long since weakened by the pressure of the flood and by long continued rains. Everywhere in the entire water-swept valley men are working with but one Idea or purpose that of staving off impending breaks th...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 11 April 1912

A CODYEHTIOH FOR SUFFRAGE HELD BI IB STRONG ARGUMENTS MADE BY WOMAN'S LEAGUE FOR CHANGE IN PRESENT UNEQUAL PLAN OF VOTING. ORGANIZATION IS MADE 'Marshall Constitution Con demned In Resolutions Fairbanks Favors Enfranchisement of Women In Address. Miss Minnie Swindell attended the- recent convention of the Woma 's League as a delegate from Marshall county and in an interview gives the following account of the meeting: The state convention of the Woman's Franchise League of Indiana was held in the assembly hall of the Claypool hotel last week. At th opening Chas. W. Fairbanks welcomed the delegates on behalf of the state. He said: "At one time not many years ago when anyone ventured to talk woman's suffrage they "were looked uron with some curiositv and thought peculiar. But education has proceeded until women have come to exercise the vote in many states. Wherever women have been given the right to vote they have exercised the privilege with as much wisdom and as sincere a desire to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 11 April 1912

LEDERT ft GO'S. es 3 WG-D01 GOOD HORSE SALE I 01 SATURDAY SAL F LARGE CROWD OF BUYERS IN CITY GOOD PRICES PAID FOR GOOD STOCK ALL ARE SATISFIED. NINETY HEAD ARE SOLD Stock Amounting to Seventeen Thousand Dollars Disposed of at This Sale 1S3 Horses Sold During the Week. The Lemert & Filson horse sale that was pulled off in Plymouth on Saturday, April 6th, was an event of more than ordinary interest. Jl! did not draw the largest crowd ever assembled here, though the numbers of people on the streets were sufficient to make it a good day for ill classes of merchants. While it was Saturday and that dav always brinss many to town, it is fair to presume that a 00 "i fair proportion came because of .he horse sale. Therefore Messrs. Lemert & Filson are justly entitled to credit for their part in retting a crowd to Plymouth. The sale Saturday was in every sense successful. No man doin business but got some benefit. The town was helped in a business way. During the week...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

WEEK II CAN Recorder's Olliee Uanl2 ' VOLUME 58 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1912 NUMBER 16. THE LY REPUBL S. S. TITANIC GOES DOWN; 1,500 DEAD Greatest Ship Sinks on Maiden Trip, WORST TRAGEDY OFSEA Wireless Calls Shrieked over Ics-Dotfed Waste of Water. GREYHOUNDS RACE TO RESCUE Carpathia Takes Off 675 Passengers ere End Comes. New York, April I6. The greatest marine disaster in the history of the world occurred last Sunday night when the Titanic of the White Star line, the biggest and finest of steamships, shattered herself against an iceberg and sank with 1,500 of her passengers and crew in less than four hours. Out of nearly 2,200 people that she carried only 675 were saved and most of these were women and children. They were picked up from small boats by the Cunarder Carpathia which found, when she ended her desperate race against time, a sea strewn with the wreckage of the lost ship and the bodies of drowned men and women. Among the 1,320 passengers of the giant line...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

TnunsDAY Mrs. George Kruyer is visiting friends in Valparaiso today. Mrs. Lilda "Weatherholt of Kenton Ohio, is here visiting the family of Simon York. A. "W. 0 'Keefe left on the early morning train for Frankfort where - he has business affairs to attend io. Mrs. M. B.- Abner of Idaho, who has been visiting her friend, .Mrs. H. B. All?n, went to Hamlet today for a visit. Miss Stella Reynolds has gone to Chicago, where she begins her engagement with the Aborn Opera Co. at MeViekers Theatre. Mrs. C. McCrum has gone to Indiana Harbor after visiting several ' days with Mrs. C. Garrett of Sophia street.Miss Dessie Whiteman of Bremen, returned home this morning after visiting since Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Percv Trover. Mrs. U. S. Meeks of South Bene, who have visited the family of h. A. Overmyer for a few da3s; left today for a visit in Delong. Mrs. Geo. II. Clark of Indianapolis was in the city Wednesday being called here to see her mother. Mrs. William Manuel, south of town. Nor...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

IB UK STATE REPUBLICANS j GIVE ONE- SIDE CASS STATED CLEARLY BY PRESIDENT BUTLER SHOWING DIFFERENCE IN IDEAS IN PARTY. THINK RECALL DANGEROUS That Initiative and Referendum "Will Do Away With Representative Government, Which Should Be MaintainedThe differences in the beliefs of the two opposing parts of the republican party today in the United States, is well illustrated by the platform adopted by the New York Republicans and the speech of the chairman of the convention, Butler, president of Columbia University that educational bulwark of the entrenched interests. The reports give the following: The platform as adopted by the committee in part says: "We believe that order is the prerequisite of progress and that this national tradition must not be destroyed nor principle sacrificed to opportunism. Recall Attacked. "We believe that public conscience should express itself properly and affirmatively in the election of public officials and not negatively in their recall. To reverse this...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

IE nUCAH SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered' as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office t Plymouth, Indiana, under the 'Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year..... .tl0 Blx months . 75 two months .'. 25 The per will be continued p.nless ordered topped, except where subscribers Utb outside 10 eoanty. The date on tbe yellow slip Is the tl ae to which you have paid POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Tor 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. GOOD ROADS. An Indiana Good Roads Association has been formed in this state and is doing some effective Trork for the better roads in Indiana. Their work is the organization of all the advocates of good roads in the state, the organization being non-partisan, non-political...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

i i ?4 ft W ti e n U ril g S drtlg.st0re line in our store if it is in the A ntH city-of the quality you want-at the price are VVdnieU you should pay. No matter what it is, ' toilet goods.perfumes.fine soaps, brushf s any item of drug store goods, the best of it is here. You will find both saving and satisfaction in letting us serve you. When Wall Paper Is Wanted People's Drug Store 3C WANT COLUMN Br. A. C. Hume Dentist. Kendall blk. Farm 120 Acres for Rent See C. A. Bondurant at once. Office Plymouth State Bank Block. Phone 643. dlO-11 wll-18 Reeve & Walker. Dealers in all kinds of securities. Money loaned on Real Estate. Good and safe investment for sale at all times. -win Eggs For Hatching. S. C. Buff Orpingtons. Pure bred. 50c per 13. $1.40 per 39. $2.00 per 65. Call, write or phone. Henry V. White, d6-13 wll-18 Plymouth, Ind. For Sale Good house and barn, about 1 acre of land, nice to raise poultry; close to river, good fishing;, plenty of all kinds of fruit. Price ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

V BUSINESS CARDS N. B. ASPINALL Physician and Surgeon 30S N. Michigan Strep PLYMOUTH, - - INDIAN Surgeon to the Pcna&vlv anii. And Lake Shore Railroad. DR. DAfNFORTH DENTIST State Bank Building Office Hours: Phone 4933 G. F. HITCHCOCK, DENTIST All kinds of Dental work, such as Crowning. Bridge Work. Plates and Filing? of any kind. Office over Marshall Co. Trust & Savings Co. Bk Da F M. BCKKZTT J3t. C. W. MCRKtfT' DENTISTS Utnce boars 8:30 a. uj. tu 12 in. 1 p. M. to 5 d Rooms in Burkett Building I'fiY.MOUTH - INDIRA Phone 169 Consultation Free L. (VI. JACKMAN, D. C. Doctor Of Chiropractic Office over Orpheum Theater, Plymouth, Indiana Office Hours: 9 to 12. 1:30lo 5. 7 to 8 Others by appointment. BERGMAN THE TAILOR Cleaning and Pressing We use the Sanitary Hteam Pressing Machine, whkh pressed as wtll as remove3 all odors. A phone cal will bring us. 20.5 Michigan fcJtl HODKS 1 to 5:30 P.M. 7 O 8:30 P.M. l'ÄLKFHONK OffCC 402 Residence 60 DR. H. P. PRESTON PHYSI...

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

FOURTH OF JULY LB If YEAR 11 FROM THE PILES OF THE PLYMOUTH PILOT OP 1851, WE TAKE THIS ACCOUNT OF HOW IT WAS DONE THEN. SHALL WE CELEBRATE? Rev. G. ,H. Thayer, C. H. Reeve Thos. Sumner, J. S. Doddridge, Jos. McElwrath and J. C. How Officers. From the Plymouth Pilot of July 2, 1S51. we take the following concerning the Fourth of July Celebration.. The call reads: "There will be a general celebration of the coming anniversary of American Independence, Friday, July 4, 1851, in Plymouth, by .the citizens of Marshall county. Dinner will be prepared for those who wish it by Messrs Dunham & Shirlan.'l." Then follows the list or officers, and some names that ere well remembered by many are given in the list. Chaplain, Rev. G. H. Thayer. Orator, C. H. Reeve. Reader, Thomas Sumner, Esq. Standard Bearer, J. S. Doddridge. Marshal, Jos. McElwrath. Ass't. Marshal, John C. How. The order of profession as given was full and completed i All were to meet in front of the j "Dunham House, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 18 April 1912

HEALTH DEPARTMENT Edited By Dr. L. D. Eley COUNTY HEALTH COMMISSIONER Under this heading will be presented each week the laws, rules and regulations of the State Board of Health as they are at the present time. In connection with this 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. Temperature-Uncleanliness-Teach-ers-Penalties. Sec. Whenever, from any cause, the temperature of a school room falls to 60 degrees Fahrenheit or below, without the immediate prospect of the projw r temperature, namely, not less than 70 degrees Fahrenheit, being attained, the teacher shall dismiss the school until the fault is corrected; and it shall be the duty of all teachers to immediately send home any pupil who is perceptibly ill in any way, or vTho is unclean and omits offensive bodily odors or who is infested with l...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 April 1912

r' HcWilcr s WEEKLY. CAN Office 1 .Inn 12 VOLUME 58 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1912 NUMBER 17. 4 x i 4 V 77Y i T 1; 1 . i 1 mm of WER US WILL BE HUDE CITY COUNCIL ORDERS PIPE AND HYDRANTS TO MAKE NEEDED ADDITIONS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF CITY. SOUTH STREETTO BE PAVED Plans and Specifications Approved, and Declaratory Resolution Passed Setting May 13, As Date for Remonstrating. The Citv Council met in reinilar session Monday night, th . most important business done being the orderin? of water pipe to make extensions, and advancing the matter of pavinsc South street. . Tho Water Works Committee preset ted the needs of the city regarding some needed extensions of water mains if the property of citizens was to be reached by the fire department in case of fire. It was shown that aside from the extension asked for bv the Commercial club that the Miehle factory may have water, there were other points in the city where water mains were just as badly needed, and should be given attent...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 April 1912

When a woman speaks oj her silent secret suffering she trusts you. Millions havo bestowed this mark of confidence on Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Everywherethere are women who bear witness to the wonderworking, curing-power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex from pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak ncsscs and stubborn ill:, IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONQ IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. . No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her con ftdence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Piene? PlejUMat Pellets induce mild MONEY I Phone 478 On Live Stock and Farm Implements TO LOAN with W. H- Roberts Agency Security Agent in Office 11 a. C. R. LEONHRD, Funeral Director ani Undertaker. as' PLYMOUTH. J B. Leonard Former Indiana Editor Writes From His Hew Home On a Western Ranch. f ' Lewistown, Montana. TO the Editor: It ha been a little more than a year ...

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

PLYiviOUTH 111 SCHOOL HOLDS CONTEST ROLAND METSKER WINS FIRST PLACE, AND WILL REPRESENT LOCAL SCHOOL IN COUNTY CONTEST. II. S. BOYS' QUARTETTE Field Contest Will Be Held In Afternoon of May 4, and Oratorical Contest in tie Evening. The program for the Plymouth High School Oratorical Contest and Musical, at the Webster school auditorium, Friday evening, April 29 opened with music by the High School Orchestra, aud their work was fine and much appreciated by the large auJience present. Printed programs were in the hands of the audience, but before opening the exercises Prof. McDowell announced that the contestants had drawn for position, and that the order would be Roland Metsker first. Merle Bosworth second, and Henry Humrichouser third. He said further that the. contestant who was selected by the judges would receive a cash prize, and would be the one to defend Plymouth High school at the County Contest to be given in the Orpheum Theatre the evening of May 4. On the programs were the...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 April 1912

: i "6 i i 4 HIE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop I8SÜED EVERY THURSDAY: Entered as pccoi.d class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office mt Plymouth, 'Indian., under the Aet of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION HEALTH DEPARTMENT Edited By Dr. L. D. Eley COUNTY HEALTH COMMISSIONER One Tear Six montns two months 11.50 Toe caper wCl be continued unless ordered topped, except where subwnlberi live outside ta ooaatT. The date on the yellow alip it the tl me to wnlcn you bare paid POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For State Representative. My candidacy for the Republican nomination for State Representative is hereby announced, and I ask for. the t'avoiable consideration of the Republicans of the county at their convention. John W. Messimore, Bremen. For Surveyor I msh 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 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 25 April 1912

r 19T2 WALL PAPER Every year marks an improvement in the designs, finish, and quality of wall paper. Our new stock is now complete and we ' can certainly assure you that you will be delighted in the selection you make here. Wall papers for every room in the house in a variety of styles, tints, textures and finish. If you are going to paper soon, you will recognize the advantage of having this big assortment to choose from. Why not paper early? It's not half the trouble and annoyance that it will be later on. Estimates cheerfully given. We place our wall paper knowledge and experience at your disposal. No trouble to show goods. All papers trimmed free. People's Drug Store CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor Fortunes In Paces. There's often much truth in the saying "her face is her fortune,' ' but its never said where pimples, skin eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes disfigure it. Impure blood is back of them all, and shows the need of Dr. King's New life Pills. They promote health and bea...

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

ig lü mm mm Titanic Death List Given as 1,470. ALL DOUBT NOW PAST Baltic Radiographs She lias (io Titanic People Aboard. GAPTAiri STAYS WITH VESSEL Persons Who Passed Safely through Disaster Are Well. New York, April 19. It was the submerged ledge of an Iceberg of ordinary proportolns that sent the White Star liner Titanic more than two miles to the bottom of the Atlantic off the Danks of Newfoundland. She was steaming almost full tilt .through a gently swelling sea and under a starlit sky In charge qf First Officer Murdoch, who, a moment after the collision surrendered the command to Captain Smith, who went down "with her. The captain was washed from the bridge and was seen to make bis way back again. He had been urged to get into a lifeboat, but refused. The lifeboats that were launched were not filled to their capacity. The general feeling aboard the ship was, ven after the boats had left her sides, that she would survive her wound! and the passengers who were left aboard believe...

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