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I Peerless Ideal Portrait Co. !
Room 45 Myers’ Bl’dg. j Pictures enlarged in Crayon, Pastel, India Ink, Water Colors, I Sepia and Oil. Oil Paintings, Landscapes, Figures, Flowers, Fruit and Animals made to order for sale. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. J Dr. C. H. JONES, Manager. Prof. R. M. MITCHELL, Artist “LULA GOINS of KENTUCKY.” By W. T. Casey Is now out- for sale at this office j Cloth bound, 75 cts. paper, 50 A Thrilling Story. | ^ Society and Local Prof. J. T. Johnson, Principal of Ambidexter Institute, left Pri. day, July 20 for Chicago, where he will be on mission for the School, Smoke the 3 iv, 5 cent Cigar. Get a copy of Casey’s book. ‘•Lulu Goins of Kentuckey,” by W T- Casey, Price, Cloth, $.75 paper Bound $.50 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Petitt left this week for Quincy, where they presented their Magic Act play at Roger’s Hall they con template leaving soon to again go on the stage . Mr. Thomas Steel has decided to purchase in the city owing to the fact he has already purchas ed a $14 00. Residence in old Kentucky, Mrs. P. E. Cook, and Miss Ellen R.ifner returned to Quincy last Sunday alter a well spent week of pleasure Misses E my lie Parker and Annie Sugar of St. Louis Mo. were in the city Sunday the guest of Mrs Win. Broady, 1219 E. Washington St. Ladies who desire a full report of the National Convention of colored women, get the August Negro Magazine, for sale at this office, J. E. Thompson and Dun. can and Thompson. ^ Mrs. Armenta Davis Rider, of Pittsburg, Pa. arrived in toe city this week, and will be the guest of her mother and sister, Mrs Susan and Miss Etta Davis, 1004 N. 4th St. Bring us your letters or send them to be type-written 10c per page. I1' yon want a copy of the mag azines, call us up and we shall be glad to bring or send it up to you. Theentertainment given at the Masonic hall b.y the 0. C. Lodge No. 12 last week was a marked s uccess Every young man in the city should join some good order —the K. of P. and the G. U.O. of O. E tnd Masons, and many other minor ones—we should have 100 K. of P.’s in the city at least—the state of Georgia has over 9000 K. of p.'s Mrs. E. L. White enterained a few friends in Honor of Mrs. B. F. Mosley of Chicago last Tues day from 3 until 5 she was as sisted by her daughter Miss Helen White Mrs P. C. Cooper and Lizzie Taborn the house was beautifully decorated with plants and flowers. Punch and waifers was served in the dining room presided over by Miss Edith White. Mrs. Mosley and daughter have returned to their home in Chicago after a pleasant v.sit with Mrs. E L. White, lbliJ. i-ust Monroe Street. Mrs. Whitfield is now collect ing securing new subscribers for the Forum. Jas. W. Bolden left for St. Louis last Sunday after a pleas, ant visit to the city. Mrs. Josie Gibson-Russell of St. Lou's, is the guest of friends in the cay. Illinois Traction^ I System I | Take tne Interurban for all points South I is now the Slogan. J Cheapest, Best and Cleanest. I ROSS, The Photographer For the Bes Pictures. 1 Examine his work and prices and 1 you will patronize him. I Have you tried thoes | I Frappes. Sundaes 1 or Chicken Dinners? Their sundaes cannot be excelled. If you do not know where we wi 11 tell you, why at I Thompson & Tucker’s 728* East Washington St. (Metropolitan Barber Shop 107 South Eighth Street. We give best service. Shop kept iu first-class style. Competent Barbers—4 chairs. BATHS! BATHS!! BATHS!!! Hot and Cold Baths at all times. Telephone New No. 179. H. TUCKER, Proprietor, ;