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CHAS. W . COLLEY, Supreme President, L. .1. KEMP, Supreme Secretary,
>06 W, Center St., Danville, 111. Hoopesten, Illinois, i OVER $300,000 INSURANCE IN FORCE. CONTINENTAL LEGION (INCORPORATED.) COLORED FRATERNAL BEN -FICIARY ORDER OF AMERICA. L' raternal benefit Order which furnishes at actual cost. Life, Accident and Od Age Disability Rene fits to both men and women. ---—--E A S Y P A Y M E N TS Negro Men and Women Deputies For further particulars address, C. WICK Id FFE SMITH, Supreme Organizer. Wanted Everywhere. 201 East Main Street, Danville, Illinois. Rust University, Holly Springs, Miss. Location Healthful, Excellent ' Water, Electric Lights, Steam Heat. College Courses, College Preparatory and Normal Courses, Music. Industrial Work Sewing and Dress Making. Machinery ■“■all. All Departments Enlarged, New Buildings. Large Faculty, Opens October 3, 19C5. Write WILLIAM W. FOTER, Jr., President Henry Watlerson’ Paper The Weekly Courier-Journal and the Forum Both one year, only $150 Few people in the United States have not heard of the Courier .Jour nal. Democratic in all things, fair in all things, clean in all things, it is essentially a family paper. I5v a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY OOURIER JOUIINAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for t he combina tion to us—not to the Courier-Jour nal. The Forum 30.*)* S. <>tb Street. Chas. Metzger, Beef, Pork , Mut on. Lard, Etc. All kinds of Sausage a specialty Phone 286 627 E. Wash.-st. Don't throw your Old Hats away if you want them to look as good aa new. CLOTHING CLEANED, PRESSED AND DYED. First-Class Style. Work Guaranteed. L. Singer & Co. New Phone 785. 513 East Jefferson St 1 bo musical drma and program tendered at Zion church on the -6 ultamo. under direction of M >s Got do i. for the benefit of McClee Club, was a success, real izing $7.10, l he Metropolitan Club gave their first “Smoker'» last W< d uesda.y^eveningat their quarters. A bout 75 persons were out all having a most excellent time. Gaines, music and conversa tion. being the diversions. The cr evil was composed of lawyers, doc t() vs. poll ce m e n, news pa | je r men, betel men and men of all occupations. Frank Bates, the ph *i, grapher, had his camera, am! ?o.,k. several groups. The dub is on its inarch to success. Mr. Geo. Moss and Miss Irene Shade were quietly married at St Paul’s parsonage last week. ! Bev. Price officiating. Mrs. Wells, of E. Miller St.. | quite ill. Mrs. Libbie Jones, of E Car j penter St., is convalescing. iWilson’s New Placed » tvesta. virant ^ Staple and Fancy Groceries and Ice Cream Regular Meals and Short Orders Homemade Pies—Candies Fine Cigars Morris Wilson. Troprietor. Cor. lit and M&.dison. . Subscribe^for the Forum. WANTED, school boys and girls to take orders—good money can be made. Apply at 305} So. 6 St^ Maple City ■ - Why is it that so many women write us that they can't get the same result from other soap. Try it and you will kuow. _ ...Capitol Laundry... GEO. 30LLMA.N the hustler for business. Quality! Quality!! Quality!!! our watch-word. 723 East Washington Street Both Phones 207. F. GINGOLD, Up-to-date Shoes For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. When you are looking for bargains drop in and examine my goods Opposite Leland Hotel, 320 S. St. The Culture Club. A Literary Society(not denomi national) Every Sunday 4 p .m. At Zion Church, Feb. 4 1906 Programme: Opening Anthem .thechoir 4 verses Scripture reading.the chaplain Prayer ..the chaplain Sunday offering raised. Unfinished and new business. Journal Report,.Critics’ Report Voice. . Miss Mary Richardson Oration.Albert Fant (S. High School) Selection .The Choir Address,.Lawyer A. H. Roberts, of Chicago. Recitation;.....Miss Jestine McKinney. Announcement: Sunday, Feb. 11, Lincoln Birth day program.