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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 23 February 1911

i:zfic3 llizo üz'dzz Ecoy Tv Iii Absolutely Pure " Tho only halting powder mstfo from Royal Grspo Cream of Tarter KD ALUM,i:0 LIME PHOSPHATE S. S. CONVENTION (Continued from page 1.) be obtained for 50 cents of the Pil grim Press, Chicago. Miss Southworth closed the houi Ly telling in child langnage the story of Moses in the bulrushes. Friday Evening. In spite of the rain and numerous counter attractions in t le city last night, the Presbyterian church waa crowded to the doors. The musical program which preceded the address vas of a high order. Miss Farrel Shafer gave an organ recital, MissYockev sang, the male quartette, con sisting of Messrs. Kline. Leonard, Pflug, and Mortland delighted the audience and Prof. Delmarter was up to his standard. Dr. Christopher Humble, member of the educational committee of the International Association, delivered the address of the evening. It was on "Applied Psychology." In style, Dr. Humble is more of an educatoi thr.n public speaker and in the b...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 23 February 1911

The Sale Yoo Oieve Been Wa Don't Moss TTdos SaleX I u I y W ill . i i pv 3E i iri.-. i ,l The entire stock of LAUER'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE will be placed on Sale at prices unheard of. The equal of this big Removal Sale will never again be seen in this section Wait! Wait! Prices will reach the lowest limit during this sale of Men s, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Rubber Footwear Wednesday, Ml arch 1st 9 O'CLOCK, A. M. For Ten Days Only n Watch? V ax: $15.000 worth of Clothing, Furn- j ishing Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes and Rub- ti ber Goods to be distributed into the homes of the people at less than cost of manufacture. Wednesday, (Viarch 1st 9 O'CLOCK, A. X. For Ten Days Only 0 Lauer's Good Clothes Store Plymouth's Reliable, up-to-date store will begin this big Removal ale to Close out their stock before moving into their New Ouarters. EVERY DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS, among same being a lot of Lauer's New Spring 1911 purchases, will be SACRIFICED rather than ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

County Reorder JjanlÖ TUI p VOLUME 56 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2. 3911. NUMBER S) WEEGCLY CAN n ft i T ) MOT CIS 11,500 TO BESSIE ESE1Z Noted Damage Suit Ends With Exactly the Same Verdict as When Heard in December lgo7 May Be Another Appeal. The jury in the case of Bessie Fretz against the Chicago and Erie IJailroad Co., rendered their verdict Saturday night, giving Mrs. Fretz $7500 damages for her injuries. The verdict reads as follows: State of Indiana, Marshall Co., s. 8 In the Marshall Circuit Court February Term, 1911. Bessie Fretz vs. The Chicago & Erie Railroad Company. We, the jury in the above entitled cause find for the plaintiff and asses3 her damages at the sum of seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7500.00) Willis W. Thorburg, Foreman In their answer to a large number of interrogatories the jury found that .Bessie Huffman Fretz was injured at the crossing of the Chicago & Eri3 Railroad Co., and the public highway . running east and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

IGESI5 FOR SOME CITY JMOVEBTS EXTRACTS FROM AN EXCELLENT PAPER WRITTEN FOR A CTTATATTOTTA CIRCLE GOOD FOR PYYMOUTH Mrs. Rose F. Grimes of Mishawaka "Discusses Needs of tie Progressive City. The folowing excellent paper, read recently before the Mishawaka Chautauqua Circle, by Mrs. Rose F. Grimes ,of that city, is so full of interesting suggestions that -we give it for the benefit of Plymouth people: Water Fronts A city to become progressive needs three natural advantages, namely, location, natural means to assist sanitation, and a water front. Terraced, cleaned and vine-covered banks, would not only be beneficial but a pleasure to every resident of the city and an invitation to strangers to linger in a place whose people have such a fine notion of improving natural conditions. For this work we need a Park Commission whose duty it should be to see that the banks of the river and adjacent lands, designed in the beginning as a garden, with instructions to subdue and dress, are not used...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

SEN. GRUßES REFEREHDH ILL SUCCEED IMPORTANT MEASURE GOVERNING CITIES OF STATE ABOUT THROUGH BOTH HOUSES OF LEGISLATURE. MANY BILLS PASSED "Work of Assembly Goes Forward More Rapidly, and Something Werth While May Yet Be Accomplished. Indianäpolsi, Ind.. Feb. 23. Acting on the suggestion of Lieutenant Gov r-rnnr ttnpl TToll cnnt ofa . . : today to sotten the wrath of theLv.i uaM Louse members by passing 31 house bills all but one of them going through on board the largest omnibus of the session. Fourteen senate bills were passed, bringing the total -f 1 ,1 A 1 - tMl t . I ivr lutr iu -o, one new um uem miroaucea. Eight bills were passed in the bouse, chief among them being the Corr measure defiining the sixth, tenth, fifteenth and fortieth judicial districts. One new bill was Introduced. None of the bills acted on in the senate brought out debate with the exception of the Ratis bills 'concerning the deposit of public funds, the Greenwell bill settling the salaries oi all of the count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

II E REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Edltor 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 UM Elx month two months III!""!"!"" I25 The caper -mm be continued nnlew ordered Mapped, except where subscriber Mre outaide xas county. The date on the yellow Hip It the M" wcicn you nave paia. BIBLE VS. PROHIBITION. Mr. George G. Brown, a "whiskey merchant and manufacturer of Louis ville, Ky., has written a very unique little pamphelt on the subiect "The Bible Repudiates Prohibition." It is a compilation of all the versos in the Bible containing the "fcords tt wine" or "strong drink' If anvbody would like to see what sort of r " an argument a man could "out ud on the subject, he can do so by read ing Mr. Brown's pamphlet. Anyway, what's the difference whether the Bible is "for" or : -i : i - p j. t 1.uxuujsi, pruiiiuiiion 01 me liquor traffic. People of today o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

ODöve Olli for ' VOedicinaB Us Olive Oil is a valuable medicine and is coming more widely into use It is widely employed as a laxative, especially for children, and is valuable in any condition where the system is to be cleansed or the vitality to be built up. Onlv the best oil should be used for medicine, and as much of that sold is inferior, it will pay to always get our fine brand of Imported Italian Oil. It is sweet, bland, of highest medicinal value, and is sold by us only in this locality. The People's Drug Store CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor, Plymouth, Indiana. ...l-.t-J.X X X X 4.4.4.4.4.4.4. WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, ETC. (Advertisements under this head Inserted for 10 cents a line. Count about 6- words to the line. Th Chbosicl carries your ad all over Hannah county and beyond.) . Dr. Eikenberry's day is Friday of each week. Those little chicks will need our Crescent Chick Feed at Forbes' Seed Store, wl. For sale 10 room house with barn one block east from Postoffice for $1600. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

Not Sisters Now'and again you see two women passing down the street who look like sisters. You are astonished to kam that they are mother and daughter, and you realize that a woman at forty or forty-five ought to be at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so? The general health of woman is so intimately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine crgsns that there can be no red cheeks nd round form where there is female weakness. Women who . hare suffered from this trouble bare found prompt relief and cure In the use of Dr. ' Pierce's Favorite ' Prescription. It tfires vior and vitality to tbo organs of Tvomanhood. It clears complexion, brightens the eres and reddens tbe cheeks. No alcohol, or lubit-forrr.icg &rii is contained h " Favorite Prescription.1 9 Any sick womaa may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter 13 held as sacredly con'identis!, and enswered in c p!in envelope. Address: World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

IM CITIES P OSTOFFGES CLOSE SUNDAYS DENVER, KANSAS CITY, EVANS TON, DETROIT AND LOGANSPORT TRY NEW PLAN WILL RELEASE CLERKS This Will Be More Work For The Ministerial Association Public Sentiment Controls There is a movement in cities all oer the nation to close the post-of-fiees on Sunday. Detroit was the first city to inaugurate the new plan. Kansas City and Denver are trying it. In Evanston, 111., there were only four votes -against Sunday clos ing. Logansport is to have Sunday closing for the first time next Sunday. The method of procedure is as .follows in most cities. The ministerial Association usually starts the hall to rolling by working up public sentiment to the point of not going to get the mail on that day. Often the Ministerial Association will get up a petition to have the office closed. It is purely a matter of public sentiment. The Department at Washington provides that the office be kept open during the business hours of the town. Of course Sunday is not ' business...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 2 March 1911

SOCIAL UENTICK Washington Birthday Party The Mesdames Evcrly, Randall and Holtzendorff entertained the ladie9 and gentlemen of the Fortnightly Whist Club at a Washington Birthday Party at the Everly home on north Center street on Wednesday evening. The house was elaborately decorated in red, white and blue, flags appeared in archways, on mantels and in windows. The pictures of George And Martha Washington were draped with the stars and stripes. The ladies came dressed as Martha Washington, with powdered hair and colonial gowns. Mrs. George Thayer wore ar elegant silk gown an actual inherit ance from colonial days. At six o'clock thirty-six guests were served a sumptuous four course dinner. After the dinner whist was played. The Spirella Corset Company, who have been demonstrating in this city, offered as first , lady 's . prize a $10 corset. This was won by Mrs. C. S Cleveland. Mrs. Aspinall was awarded a beautiful framed picture 1 cherries, painted by Mrs. Randall Mrs. Logan won a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

County Recorder Ijan 10 V 10) IE TO) IT VOLUME 56 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 191 1. NUMBER 10 CAN V r 1CITI TIB I II TIE LECIMIi Last Days are Strenuous Ones Many Bills Rushed Through, Among Them Being the Governor s Constitution, Twin Lakes Monument Grube's Franchise Referendum. Indian poliMar. 3. Amid scenes of confusion that scarcely have equalled in either branch of the legislature since the sixty-seventh session began the foreign corporations . measure familiarly known as senate bill No. 103 was killed by the house this afternoon. Insinuations of unholy influence were made and resented on the floor of the house Representative Wells, democrat, leading the protest against assaild integrity. There was a tense moment in the house during roll call on the foreign cwrporations measure. Representative Troyer said, in explaining his vote, that he had become convinced, by his own eyes, that somethings he had heard, "about this masure are true. Within the last few minutes' ' he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

Pratt-Elkhart "40" is the quietest, simplest and most powerful car in the '40" class. They are in use today in over half the States in the Union. BACKED BY THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS' SUCCESSFUL MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE Made in four classy designs; 117-inch wheel base, Unit power plant, three-point suspension, crankshaft. Bosch Magneto 34x4-inch List Price $1800.00. Top and wind shield W Waat a Saapk Car i Ever? LaeaEty Writ for liberal propestioa ELIHAKT CARRIAGE HARNESS KFC CO, Ettart. Udiaaa. BACK 10 THE IS THE OF FARM BOYS ARE STAYING WHERE THEY ARE AND CITY BOYS AND MEN TOO ARE GOING TO THE COUNTRY WHOLESOME MOVEMENT Good Work Now Being Done by Reclamation Service, Railways and Newspapers for General Welfare of Country. There are many evidences that tho city man, wearied with the never end ing struggle for existence in th crowded centers of population, ha begun to think about the green tield of the country and a little farm o his own, where he can spend his lat er years in independence...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

const CLUB HG 6GOD PROB A NEW ELECTION OF OFFICERS WILL TAKE PLACE AT A SPECIAL SESSION ON MARCH 15. DUES BEING PAID Special Committee Makes Favorable i Report and Is Continued for Fur ther Work in Important Matter. March 2. A goodly number of business men were present at the regular meeting of the Commercial 1nh last niirht and a fine interest in the work of the organization was' manifested. Quite a number of) members paid in their dues of $10, eacfe and Secretary Brooke will make a soecial effort to see evcrvone this m-ek and collect the remainder. The spcial committee reported through its chairman Prosper Ball of progress beinjr. made in the mat ter in charge, which is of large im portance to both Plymouth and the country. Some substantial results are epected in the near future from this effort of the club. The present officers, who were elected at the first organization meeting on the report of the commit tee to nominate such officers, said they did not believe they were elect e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

HE REPUBLICAN 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 Ope year 11.50 Blx months....;..... ..... 75 Ciro months 25 The taper wfil be continued unle J ordered tipped, except where subscribers lire outside 19 county. The date on the yellow slip Is the tl oe to which you have paid. THE LEGISLATURE At midnight next Monday the State Legislature will adjourn. After the smoke of battle has cleared away and the laws actually passed are dug out know how much good and how much) evil the assembly has done. Tha'; some good laws have been en acted cannot be disputed it would be a very extroardinary, legislaturej indeed that would not pass a few; good measures. But that a number of bad, if not vicious, statutes have been made is the fear of many citi zens. Just to what extent these law prevail will not be known until the. laws are published ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

r - Wall-Paper to Meet Yoür requirements V ' We can furnish wall paper3 that will harmonize with surrouniaga papers in colors and designs that will make your home' attractive.. Our new spring stock is complete and includes the mo?t artistic creations of the best wall paper makers in the country. We have papers in all grades for all robins. We have made a study of the art of decoration and are fitted to give valuable advice, and we gladly give it when it's desired. No extra charge for suggestion?, and thry may be worth much to you. If you are to piper this spring, come to us. A finer stock and lower prices cannot be found in this vicinity. The Peoples Drug Store Plymouth, Indiana Chas. Reynolds, Prop. TUESDAY John Wallace spent the day in Lapaz. David Jilson spent the afternoon in Culver. Charles Buck is quite sick with pneumonia ' Wm. Chaney spent the day in South Bend. Daniel Netter of Warsaw was in town today. Dr.D. C. Knott went to Chicago on business today. Julian and Catherine ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

Remedies are Needed Tere wo perfect, which we are not, medicines would not often be needed. But since our systems have be come weakened, impaired and broken down tnrougn indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages, through countless generations, remedies art needed to mid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive, troubles, there is nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, a glycerio compound, extracted from native medicinal roots sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating. Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy. The genuine has on Its outside wrapper the Signature Yn fFwA , nrvitnim a a substitute for this non-alco holic, medicine op known composition, no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

V.cz Herri Däiting Easy u Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powder nisdo frcm Rcyzi Srapo C roans of 'Tartar l!D ALUM.IIO U.ME PHOSPHATE L ESTATE TO 127,496 SALES OF PROPERTY ARE INCREASED OVER LAST WEEK $58,404.42 ONE DEAL OF $12.000. OF INTEREST TO MANY Anna Borkholder Transfers Quar ter Section to Samuel J. Ecrkholder for Lage Sum. Real state transfers from Feb. 25, to March 3, inclusive. Furnished by Cressner & Go. abstractors of title, Plymouth Ind. Owners of the only Abstract books in Marshall County. Abstracts of title to all lands in Marshall county coinpiledpromptly and accurately. Jacob J. Long and "wife w d to Straus Bros, and Company n e qr, of n e qr., 17-32-4 also 60 a in 16-32-4 Tippecanoe Tp., $6400.00. James O. Ferrier and wife w d to Daniel Kershner lot 23 Ferriers Add Culver $175.00. John Reichert, Sr., w d to George Reichert lot 7 block 3 Davis Add. Bourbon $1.00. John Reichert, Sr., w d to John Reichert, Jr., 120 a in S-32-4 Tip pecano Tp., $1.00. Char...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 9 March 1911

i ' i : : r 11 s 1 P b mi IRE FOUND TO PHARPFQ BETKÜE ver with 76, and the Evangelical o Culver forth with 72. These are ai splendid records. I trust that thi will explain the matter beyond tho possiblity of misunderstanding o the part of anyone. v v. Very respectfully, Ora S. Ellis, President. Marshall Co. S. S. Association. Report of State Accountants -Completely Vindicates Position of Chronicle Last Campaign- Butter Money Turned In -l!aw Was Violated by Com missioners. The report of the State Account ants William A. Hammond and Leon ard Schräder on the Marshall count farm is now public and may be see at the county auditor's offiie. I completely vindicates the statement made by the Chronicle in the las campaign, and even goes farther ii exposing the unlawful conduct of tha institution . The report and investigation compelled the accounting for the of $445.60 of iream and butter sine the year 1905. It ha's brought abou a radical change in the conduct o the farm, requiring among oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 16 March 1911

nr ü-ü ip WEEKLY REPUBL CAN Oeuniy Recorder Plymouth. Indiana; Thursday, march ihi9m. VOLUME 56 NUMBER1I CiL i ""L" BmJ V- FIGURES They Are Duplicates peared in the Changes For About. March 9 The publication in the Republication yesterday of the report of the state accountants on the con duct 'of the county farm was perhaps a surprise to some but not at all t luv?? nuv " - x i L 1, ..nnifn on1 if XV Q Q made as 11 lk: C2 iichcu auu 1 iWa. tin nommpnts beinff made as usual in such cases. Thi may be accounted for in a. degree by the fact that Mr. Kruyer's daughter is in the office of Mr. Dehority, the chief accountant. The accountants set out an itemized statement of the receipts from the sale of products from the county farm, as shown by the receipt stubs Summary of expenses of Marshall 1909 inclusive. Year Maintenance Labor Repairs Physican Total -J9ÖÖ" $1745.37 $132735 T984 $15000 $3320.96 1901 2523J27 1444.10 7778.10 200.00 5156.20 1902 3416.50 1413.10 1100.12 200.00 - 6232.32 190...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican — 16 March 1911

REIH OF ÜORI OF LEGISLATURE Ccmo Laws of Vast Importance to PeopJa Placed on Statute Books. (TO HAVE MEW ÖOMSTITUTIOM Important Changaa Affaotlng tuffragt Art PropoedVotor' Registration Law Enacted Corrupt Practloaa Act Employers' LlabMlty Changes In Liquor Laws Important Railroad Legislation. The session of the Indiana general jasaambly just closed passed and Governor Marshall signed 298 bills. This jdoes not mean that 298 new laws were jenacted, howeter. Some of the bills Canied entire new laws on some subjects, but a majority of the bills mere -,ly made amendments In some of the ;xitin- laws. But the general assembly did pass some bills of rait Importance to the people of the state prc'aably twenty fire In all. Th most far-reaching act of the legislature Is found in the bill Introduced in the senate by Senator Stotsenburg of New Albany, carrying with it an entire new state constitution. Some Important changes are proiPocted in the present constitution. In ,the matter of suffrage ...

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