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Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - November 27, 1912, Washington, Iowa Thirty sixth year Washington Iowa wednesday november 27, 1912�?eight pages vol. Xxxv., no 18. Cheaper our rubber footwear in Hood amp Ball band Are cheaper than last year 1911 was -1912, is now Snag proof a Boot $4 50_____.$1.00 All rubbers blk . 4 blk. Cloth Over 3 x2.50 1 Black ovo shoe 2 35______ 3,< 0 1 Black Over shoe. 2.00.___175 Thilde a Over shoes 90 65 amp 85c gome to Headquarters Fox <5c Dewey by their shoes be shall know them Ped asleep As he used to do with his horse and he w aked up just in mane to Miles a Fence Post not an Inch ahead of his headlights. That kept him awake the rest of the Way to town. A a a a doctor was making a Call Chi Man who was desperately 111. It later developed that his patient sick an to death. The doctor knew he was about to hand in his it mks and so he asked it a neighbor of his to Pray for the sick Man. The neighbor had been converted rather late in life and the doctor thought it was a very appropriate thing to do so lie asked him to Pray. The converted Man roof died a to hell 1 worked in a Sawmill last summer and fell from that is almost As bad As running an automobile. A local. Second hand wagons. W Stew Art set Geo. Otto in de town Friday. Of Skalova was Jim Banks was in town Sai burday he he a rheumatism and was Hunting a. Or. Arthaud. W. A Allbaugh of was in town monday. Her 11m of toy Haskins Way Brighton. Henry Kintz left for tuesday to spend a Day before Fairfield going on to his Home at san Benito let Horace Seeley went with excelut1 by i him Abe Bennett took the cars Here saturday to go to Udell Iowa to visit his brother gal., and to see if he had heard from the election. An error was made in making up the list of voters for Brighton City. The official la St says Debs had 2 and Rozevelt 22. The real vote was , 24 and Roosevelt 42. Special Price on manure spreaders. Geo. W. Stewart to la it in Aii. If h w inter worn and will spend the there with his daughter. Mrs Erieau Bennett has rented his i mrs. R. Ups Hampsher and or. His two nephews Hoy Don Hampsmier of washing,., and Earl Waddell of . Spent wednesday at the Jake trader Oil it stir Mil hex Fth Jiu All i Oren farm to it in Ltd. He fair. Arthur Rathmell did not Loar All the time he was Here visiting this fall. He husked 2300 bushels of Corn Waist for pastime. J fish bowls All is s. Tasy kind h. E. Mccollum says Fred Neil Wangerw a Story about being a pro Liabis zionist is exactly right but he Bert Leston Taylor is so smart j says Hie vote is All that counts and t everybody reads what he Days resolutions do not count for and everybody thinks As we do that thing ii knows it ally we wish he jul a id Ogoc you Waul. Home de Fritz was Here again with a Rar of potatoes from Mason City which he sold out of the ear to All Comers. They were Fin it tubers and went off Jike hot cakes. J d. Kisor Callor to Grin Nell Rii Ursiny by the dangerous of his brother in Daw. Is re noting the business during �T�4hh4f4-m i Jumai mature it Ulas Iago i. H4,h,4 t4"ia Man in this town says that t lie reason a Good Many men can get along without work is easily discernible if you happen into their limes. You Are Apt to see strange washings on the line Bat he says Quot i would not care for any of the Money made by my wife in that Way As Long As i am Able to work. 1 would ail ways 1m afraid i would taste the what has become of the old fashioned Man whose it uss word was a land of rest a a p a family in this town has a grow ing Chi Ida and they also have a hired girl who uses horrid grammar Tho baby is learning to talk so they Are about to let the girl go because they Are afraid their baby will take up the bad grammar of the hired girl. A a what has become of theold Faeh toned Man who used to Call members of the masonic Lodge a free masons a we have an�?4o<l fashioned Man in mind who said after election thai if this thing kept up. The Way Wilson is running a Wilson will get every cd i Trie vote a $ $ would Tel l to what the Tribune prints the letters of Marquis de font copy Tor. Did he eve str hear of anybody Reading them we never did. A a there is an idea abroad in Tilie Laud that fourth e Lac s postmasters will hold their jobs. We do not wish to it it discourage any of them but they might As Well make up their minds to move very soon after March 4. Their places Are watched with much interest by a lot of hungry democrats and Why not Tew us Why Republican should expect to retain their jobs. They will Likely hold their fixtures a one Democrat expressed it but nothing else. Mrs. W. Ii Butterfield wife of. Our Well known lawyer is in county Hospital recovering from an operation. Drug. Brock Man and .1. H. Hull attended her. She is getting on nicely. John r. Kauffman mayor of Noble was in town tuesday of Hist week. John a ave there is a too much eng Loti being spoken Down in the old neighbourhood. Everybody is targeting German. Illness Thomas marshal t3i� fail i mail and express his absence. Has. Shepherd Carrier on mall route no. 2, was called to Bloomington Iowa monday by the Sorio is illness of his father word was. Received by the news later that the Woith having a personal letter in m i., 08 a Alicr died i morning. Woodrow Wilbon got into the 1gg. I Quot a land sews of Dos Moines. Thus Fame is spread. Miss Agnes Swift is at Home after a month nursing at fado ii do in any the county Hospital and at air Mingham on a typhoid Case. The fact that or Laird of Ains have a few m w buggies will Trade on old ones. Buy them in. Geo. W. Stewart. that lift Jimj. Loren Bennett will make a Sale and Frank will cry it and Loren will take his family and his Post masters Mother and go Down to hot Springs ark., for tin Winter to try to build up his health and his wife a also. Or. And mrs. A spa Dye Bunas had a visit Froim the Stork sunday Morie in a and the historic Bird left a is w Bant. Rii. It is u boy and lie in shouting for Wood Row Wilson. Good Luck go with Tler fair the Little lad. His name is to be Eugene David. Sex congressman Billy Jamison and his Mother mrs. O. I. Jamison have been visiting Here at Wapello and it. Pleasant this week. Biily has just completed his Campaign work m the democratic Headquarters in new York and will now return to his Home at Shenandoah Fotr a hib. If Billy made Good in the big fight he put up in the n. Y. Headquarters to ought to be Able to land a Nice Plum or two in the democratic shake Down and judging from tin results he must have made Good. Columbus a guard. The women of Washington county have organized a county Hospital auxiliary. What base bet one of the one that was started in Mahaska county Oskaloosa Herald a Lake Shaad jr., was in town saturday and told us he was in it. Pleasant last week a Day the first time in his life. To called on the edit Cir of the free press but he did not re it Cognize him. The editor of the Felt e press would not make a first claims politician unless he knows folks bettor. Or. And mrs. Averil Miller of Martinsburg w. Va., visited their j it of sin. Cliar 1 by Ltd Hift on last week j they also visited will and Jane Clifton at w a land Walls. Payne a and Brown Matthews and we do not know who All. We Haw ail a to a Lar it dim of a he Lemml popular Moks. Tii a fair. George Wilson Wal l farm Andy Hauenstein a eighty Southeast of town where John Hauenstein has been living and Andy will go to Wayland to retire and maybe run for sunday school superintendent or mayor. A tal he is Sieve Tov it Joanu saw i is Slit him fail his of Hgt r Curtis Rittenhouse and Mother mrs , Wooster Ohio Are guests of sister mrs. Hannah Zarling and her son e. M Zaring and a a Many says the Way they rattle off Pennsylvania dutch would make old Weis r of the Allentown Democrat Ash aim d of himself. A doctor in this town was called out late night after Midnight to make a Call. He had lost sever a Ltd night s sleep and was dead for aug nation Ontress phone 58 4 Black or Luella . Specialist. Chronic diseases of women. Con and examination free hotel Washington la. To of Antes Wilda Shearer says As near As he can come to having Turkey for thanksgiving will be them gobble. Henry his daughter mrs. C. Her family wrote to that All they wanted As they were coming Over and would bring t Turkey and everything belonging to a thanksgiving dinner. Lise Henry says they would Only hear them gobble. Too bad about these two Cui fens Arthur a Hurem and wife and their two children Ray Andi Marie spent six to eke visiting Here but Arthur worked most of the time for to says he Hub ked 234h Bushela of Corn. Oklahoma has been too dry for crops the past few Toaru and to is getting a Litile shaky but keeps on hoping Moi rain will come t4t- a Kwiim i it the 1�?ofub held is first smoker thursday night a Good crowd of it a bars t hit and they disc us d in it state of the town and nation and enjoyed a Levo and Earl Dayton got Home last week thursday but Louve again this saturday for is. Paul whore they join an indoor circus which will play i big cities this Winter using lug convention Halls with a regular circus ring in the Center and making week stands. John Kesh 11 shot a full grown Wolf last sunday in his pasture Over the River he saw the 0ld fellow coming do n theft m a a Row nol a Ait ii la Lind a Lump of Bushes until he got in close Range when he pumped two loads of Bird Eliot into him just Back of the should r and he dropped dead in his tracks it is not often that a Hunter can get one of these sly brute with a Rifle if John did the Trie k easily with Bird shot Philip Rich the Ali Iii in year of son of or and mrs. To Rich was run Over by a. Loach d Wagon in the Corn Field wednesday morning and died at 5 Zelock thursday morn ing without regaining Cotillon no h. In was in the Field gather ing Corn with tame Down c the had do Husiow is on the a end or Downs got on the Wagon to turn around at the pm of the rows. After the Wagon started Phi it. Hoy like attempted to jump on in Wagon but misled his footing and in a 11 under the wheel Uhi it i i it a so d Over his body Lengthwise lie w is Pic ked up Aioli taken to t House. Or alien of Wayd did was summons al but nothing it Ould inc tit save his life Enterprise rival baking powder absolutely pure cooking under Modem methods and conveniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. A these biscuits Are delicious this cake is excellent a says the father a a i made them a says the daughter and both father and daughter beam with pleasure. Royal baking powder has made Home baking a Success a pleasure and a profit and the Best cooking today the world Over is done with its Aid. To lieu n to Stichter j. Fulton and her Moi or r was pier of course you ii spend part of thanksgiving out doors. Everyone does. Have you the proper footwear just the models you Are looking Lor Here men s and women s comfortable Winter weight lace and Button designs in All leathers gun Metal and suede. Patents tans mens women s $3.00 to 5.00 2.00 to 4.50 Atchison amp Finney flour the car has not arrived. On the Day of receipt and for two Days after i will sell Clear a Jill the highest Grade flour made from Northern Iowa wheat at $1.35. And Crystal a High Grade hard Winter wheat flour at $1.25 per full sack 48 lbs. At the end of the two Days the Price will Rise to $1.50 and 1.40. He who hesitates pays the higher Price. In absolutely Guai Antee either flour to equal in Quality any flour of its kind sold in the City. One sack or one Hundred a i to i it Bur gain Price John s. 1 he bar association of washing Loit Wilt gig judg or Csc Tou a Jbf Tim up at the Greer cafe wednesday evening on the occasion of his last term of court to re. He has been elected ii that supreme Ben it it Atul the lawyers Liere Thaye always liked the judge and they Are Happy to give him Thia Tsi Mon al of . Judge pros Lon a always been a gentleman and lie is a worker every Day and it is fitting that Liia term lose in this Farabi a. We have always Ben fortunate in having Good men Ltd the Bench in Hills District. I or. And mrs. J a Dunbar of Brighton were the a Leims of a de event on saturday nov 23rd, which was arranged in Honor of their 25th wedding anniversary fhe relatives and friends appeared in the Early part of the Day with their Good wishes and congratulations All enjoying a pleasant social time with a dinner that was fit for a King. Or. And mrs. Dunbar were presented with a handsome Rocker in memory of the Doy. In the evening the Young Folk of the neighbor Hood were entertained with a party refreshments wore served in i All Iliad a soda Good True. Judge Preston is holding court Here this we k monday morning the ease of Thomas Biggs of Haskins is his wife. Emma Biggs was disposed o they have been raising hell in the family and parted Efi Eft taking two children. But they have their trouble Pat Ehod up for a while and arc going to Wapello that is a better place for them anyhow Jarvis he land splendid social evening and made pin us for i la smokers of the Winter. They planned to have one a month or four do ing the Winter season. The commercial club is in Thrifty condition and in shape to do much for the town. Peter Alliman of Wayland was ii wednesday the first time in a Good while. He has an idea that Jap Allen will remain postmaster at Wayland since fourth class offices Are in do r the civil service but we assured Peter that the Democrat know a few tricks and we would like to bet him a five it Etc that Tiro will be u democratic postmaster at Wayland before Wilton is i it evident very Long. We have an invite ten to the ii awk Eye Fellowship club Harvest Home dinner at the auditorium hey. Tel nov. 26, but it is our press Day and a a shall be too the d and besides a it have to go to toe pc it Knoxville and West Liberty soon and those towns Are better than Chicago any old time even if Knoxville docs have a depot at the a a that is a Cross Between a dam Kennel and a. Pig Sty John Applegate brother to Eli Applegate was Here last a Eek attending the funeral of his Mother. He bag lived in Oklahoma near Yale for nearly Nin years and if he feels As lie talks he surely is not much enamoured of the state of indians and Cotton. He a Aye they had Only a Rair crop this year and never a big drop since he lived there and he amp aug if am Iowa Farmer own eighty acre he had better stick to it he say he would not give forty acre of Iowa land for the in -1 Quarter Section in Oklahoma for farming Pur a of. Better not let Ike Hartman know this Verdi nov. 23 or. And m Stout Elsif in your sunday. Or. And mrs 1 f f daughter a visit c d at re 3 s ii n d a y or and mrs Goor. Or. And mrs. Glen be a lands Duke sunday we Cherry shipped a hogs to Chicago tem he Day the second Load has shipped thnh tall. Or and or. Dave Washington and mis is. Tuv coi it Ity last m r ers and Fettet Bike and visited Load of e tues it lorry f k k i in. Of Widlic ii Mckinney visited at Walter Mickey s tuesday. Or. And or Frank Melinskey spent Tindal eve n. at it it. George a or and mrs Frank Wehs Fon Quot a Seattle Wash Visini mrs. Mary Erwin Friday quite a this neighbourhood attended the Derby Sale Friday. Rural route nine is very sorry to lose it mail Carrier Charity dark Shine we May get another Sis Good Bill can to a. A better one. We wish met a. And mrs. Darity Siire bit chess wherever they no mrs Walter Mickey and miss Ellen Mckinney a it re Wash ing a on Vii tors Friday dutch Creek. Nov. 2d. Or. And or Boss w. Sheetz of Keota. Visit Ltd sunday at tin parental a a. Duets Home. The Rev. Thos. Rowe of West tie to is c of inducting a a i in of revival meetings at 11k \ a by a la Ltd m e c Bor it h near Dublin a an Havre. Nov. 22. Or Maxwell of Washington spout monday at the Home of his son Clyde. Holla Miller is husking Corn for Walter Gardner John , int lion tinker and Jerry Beker Man were pass tigers for Haviv monday. Mrs. do Wei from Dong Mont Colorado is visiting at the Norm Pratt Home. There was a Box supper Given at the Carl Zieglowsky Homo wed not Esda it evening Lor the Benefito it of tie German lutheran c lit inc h at Washington i Cihy is from Faliu Todd. People in the Cir Auto to Iowa City to attend the i i a it in coming Thio Box Wupper held at Carl Zeig Lowsky s wednesday evening netted a about $35 which was Given a it the feb lutheran Church Frank 44c line Dier delivered Corn to the Hemming Mill last week. J. O Matthews delivered Chick us Wash ing ten Friday. Freedie plight i a husking Corn Loi and i Aliner Farcut ohm a Hale. The undersigned executor of Tho estate of draining deceased will of for at Public Isale to highest bidder at the Lato Resi Den to of l e w is Brian ing deceased 2 % Mik Softli of Dublin and 4 Fairfield hit mings always inter t St our in a Ltd i after rending of so Many people in our town who have been cured by Doans kidney ill us the question naturally arises a is this Medicine equally Ducc Effii in our neighbouring towns a the getter us statement of this Fairfield resident leaves no room for doubt on this Point. Mrs. Anniejo it no e. 30 t n. Fifth Stair add Iowa says a three years ago i used Doans kidney Dills and cannot forget Bow greatly they beef lated me. At that time i was hardly al la to get around As the result of a lame Back. I tried Many n Medjes but nothing helped nit it until 1 got Doans Hnatt kidney Lite. The Content of four boxes of Doan s kidney Dills brought Rue entire Relief and i have had no occasion to us. A kidney remedy since i g m y endorse Doans kidney pills a i for Sale by All Lea is Dri it o 50 in neg Foster Milburn it Bufalo no w 1 Ork sole u mis for the United state. Remember the name a Doans Oid take no other East of of Foley in Washington i to Arriey Iowa Kin mar Juicy do omber 2, iui2, comment Long at 10 of clock a. In., tin following d described personal property 7 head of Horasia cosh in thug of 1 Black 4 Vear old gelding l Black 3 year old gelding i 2 year old gelding i 2 year old filly 1 yearling Lily 1 sticking Colt l Grey inure 1 2 years old 2 4 head of cattle Cwi slating of to head of Milch cow 5 2 year old Heifer l 2 year old a their 3 yearling calve i yearling heifers 5 calves 1 Yarling shorthorn Bull. Sheep 40 head of Good Breeding Ewe. Hog 7 head Brood sows 24 18 and mrs. Susan in a Udif it to nov. 2it, Tom Nic hoi it it it a Amily spent sunday Widi Nicholson smother mrs. J arbiter. Frank 8chnidr and family spent sunday at George Schneid Eros and John Jackson a. Arthur Rue beam and family spent sunday at Robert Kep Hurt a. Frank Schneider and Arthur Ilu hmm took a Load of Hay and Grain item of Hay Straw at fuck 130 Shock of Corn 100 Bushel of Corn in c rib 500 Bushel of Oats. Form machinery dueling and Ltd d it ring Mower disc Harrow John Deere Bulky plow 2 Barrows 2 col i Vitora Hay Trake Bob eled Corn planter Wagon manure a broader 8 Doz n it bite Ken Good Range 2 heating stove and other household goods. Term of a ale sum of $10 and under Cash on All sums Over $10, purchaser will in Given a credit of twelve month by giving note with approved Security draw 7 per cent interest from Date no property a it it be removed until settled for _ a i br1nn1ng, executor. A men Urb a Ascot. I b. Luithly clerk. Ladies of the be Thel Chur h Aid Skift will serve lunch. Sale Hillh i till Democrat office. A. Windate editor of the Gat gun is working to r saloons Stewart avast Sii it a so la aha t a Ling bark into Ottumwa. He us. �0 Umnik of adv it rising spoke Iri in. Ottumwa courier to get after thi civic league. And the Givi. Leagam the inebriated to As Luni we Are not sure vol Iii hut he promised the court that he had cat out booze and would now walk straight he ought to get on the water Wagon. Billy Mumper also plead so hard that he was let off for another try. Billyjo a Good Indian ought join it l ooze alone. Ralph ing ids Corn i i i aim s and or. Loid at the , was up for uses other columns of space to reply in ton Friday boozing and charges were made to so it is hot foot one after the have him sent to Knoxville t0 attend other. Windle u->8 the Bibb to e editorial banquet or to go to prove his Point and also urge Ibe Fai t that he hemp signed with Bryan to prove i character. But Windle dog. To to t. I tin it Eop a when it was that la Campaign d with a y an and he forgets to Tell them that he fought Bryan just As viciously the last it w years As he Doeg the . I ought to Tell if All. Fit. Frank Hoth address on Friday evening at new d tto 1 Church to a Large audience. Miss Clutier it dered several a acred set los during the it \ . Rob Mydah ii an Ltd or and Virs. H a. Luit Fily and daughters Hannah end Dorothy motored to Keota tuesday messes. Will Braunl Fig arid in it. Tiers transacted business in Wasli Nim belief Fathor week. Mccaleb mrs and mrs he Lay Bell assist de a 1,tiers i ult a Brighton and and daughter Droyt to Friday in tin latter a George Reg hard is trans Ting business in today saturday. Miss Bonnie a assay of Brighton is teaching the Winter term of s. Hool at White Oak. Heat for the feet heat is a great pain reliever if you Are the Owlet of a Good hot water bottle you have Means at hand for re Lieving scores of ailments on h a. Neuralgia tooth. He pains in the. Era and Abdomen Etc. The m St common use. Though a of a hot water bottle d to give Comfort to those who suffer with cold feet. Our fall -1ock of hot water bottles is in and we Are showing a splendid assortment of the Strong durable dependable kind that Are made for Long sizes at right prices. Lemmons pharmacy Washington

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