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The  Shelbyville  Republican
Saturday Afternoon, March 28, 1914
Page 1   column 4
Richard Plymate Was Nomi-
nated For Trustee At Con-
vention of Republicans,
Progressives and Progres-
sive Democrats.
          Richard Plymate  was nominated for trustee this afternoon at a convention of Republicans and Pregressives of Brandywine township that was held in Jackson' hall at Fairland.  There were a number of Democrats present and all took an active part in naming the ticket, being disgusted at the way things are being run by the Democratic part in their township.
          The ticket that was niminated today will be known as the Citizens' ticket and will be the only opposition to the Democratic ticket that is to be nominated in a few days.
          The meeting was largely attended, the hall being filled with citizens of the township who are eager to have their township affairs run in a business like manner.
          The ticket that was nominated today is as follows:
          Trustee - Richard Plymate.
          Assessor - John F. Hughes.
          Justice of the Peace - George W. Markland, Sr.
          Constable - Morton Teeple.
          Advistory Board - Charles Polant,  W. W. Hughes  and  W. A. Norvell.
          Road Supervisors - Albert Drake,  Alex Teeple,  John Williams  and  Milton Bassett.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, December 27, 1894
Page 3, column 1
          Mr. J. D. Plymate  was here from Fairland this morning.  Mr. Plymate is Vice President for Brandywine township to the Shelby County Sunday School Association.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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