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“Be ye doers and not sayers only.” VOL. 3, NO. 41. SPRING-FIELD, ILL., SATURDAY. N'OVEMBER 3, 1906. 15C A MONTH ROY R REECE I--' —T— '’■"■I - I Roy R. Reece, the Republican candidate for County Treasurer should receive your vote Tues day. He is welt known and well qualified for the place, he is a Springfield young man and de serves your support. We wish to ask that you aid in his elec t:on. News From Petersburg. Alex Wade is visiting in Springfield. Henry Hughes and wife visited relatives in Springfield last Wednesday. C. B. Davis and William E. Penick were the guests of A. M. Williams in Springfield, Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Vaughn and her mother, Mrs. Ellen Mitchell, are visiting relatives in Iudiauapolis, Indiana. Miss Miller who was visiting her sister Mrs. Chas. Gaines, re. turned to Jacksonville last week. Capt. Robt. Gray of Flora, transacted business here with C. Bi Davis, last Wednesday. Frank Dixon and wife have re turned from their visit in Buffalo Hart. Landon Davis is visiting in Kansas City this week I St. Paul Sewing Society. The Woman’s Sewing Circle met Thursday with Mesdames Jackson and Brown at the church lor the purpose of finishing the quilt in the frames. Quite a pleasant afternoon was spent there being fifteen ladies pres ent. The following officers were elected.Mesdames C. Smith, as sistant secretary, Alice White, chairman of buying committee; Jennie Morrison, chairman cut ting committee. The Circle will give an oyster supper Thurs ay, November 15, in the lecture room. Further announcements later. After being served ■with lun cheon by the entertaining ladies, the Circle adjourned to meet with Mrs. Jones, the president, next Thursday on S. 19th street. Thursday, the 8, there will be given at. St. Paul church, a New England dinner by Gen. Green’s division Dinner will be served from 6 to 9 p. m. Come and en joy the forsrunner of the Thank g, ving dinner. Miss Mary Dyer returned home last Saturday from Chicago where she spent about six weeks visiting relatives. A merry crowd of young peo ple spent Hollovve’en in a noctur nal party at the home of William Russell in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell. Miss Ruth Rudolph spent Sun. day with her s ster. Mrs. Bud OrendorfT. There will be a grand coon and o'possum supper given Nov. 6, by Messrs. James Hummer and Ben Orendorff at A. L. Salmon’s hall on Broadway. William Davis was happily united in manage to Miss Reily Robison Sunday, Oct. 28. at the Vote for H. C. Pruitt For County Superintendent of Schools. Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, ’06. Lincoln News Notes. ? We are still sending in new names for the Forum. Let me send in your name ouly 15c a month. Little Johnnie Orendorff has been removed from the hospital to his home. Mrs. Booker Bentley is still very low at her home and her recovery is not expected. Miss Nellie Rudolph spent Sunday at home. She will prob ably return to Bloomington Sun day. home of the groom in Greenview, Ind. Ben Orendorff spent Sunday in Springfield. If you hear the wedding bells ring again, don’t be alarmed. M:ss Bessie Ross attended the wedding at Grandview, Ind. Te Baptist revival closed last Sunday evening. Parents should take warning and keep their children at home after night. Andrew Harden who served in the Spanish-American war will I probably be taken to the Sol diers’ Homi ,it Danville from Hot Springs, Ark. Hon. Ben F. Caldwell Candidate for Congress from this, the 21st Congressional dis trict, who is the people’s friend and whose support comes from parties, factions and classes, re gardless, color or position. Politics Heard on The Streets. A* the democratic rally last Friday night many blood and thunder bursts of oratory were indulged iu and for the main part the spell-binders of dusky hue, dwelt upon the good graces of the present city administra tion. Then there was the ever prevailing display of misappro priated English, which naturally tended to weaken the cause they were trying to espouse. The teaciiiugs ot the Bible were free ly quoted, Shakespeare and every other peer, were the sour ces from which elaborated effu sions were belched forth, embel lished with saloon phraseology, etc. And yet we have been ask ed to do it justice. Well we have. Judge Murray’s talk was sensi ble. They say that Smulki nor Piotro’wski are meeting with much favor so far as the voters are conCerned. If the voter do not favor them, they will lose. It is rumored that after next Tuesday, candidates for the spring election will bob up like mushrooms.