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Peerless Ideal Portrait Co.
Room 45 Myers’ Bl’dg. Pictures enlarged in Crayon, Pastel, India Ink, Water Colors, j 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 -•'THE- j “KEYSTONE” Fine line of Cigars and Tobacco Two fine Brunswick Pool Tables. | YOung Men’s Headquarters 121 South 4th St. Cousins and Jackson, Props. Society and Local Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Cape Gireaudu, Mo. arrived in the city last Sunday with the hope of making this city their future habitat they are at present, dom iciled at Mrs. J. L. Muarry, 126 N. 14. The base ball aggregation from Lovejoy were sadly disappointed last Sunday by the pouring down of rain, in the meantime other people were over-elated for that very fact—you can.t please all the people all the time at the same time. Mrs. E- L. White raised $23.21 for the Old Polks Home, the same has been turned to the Board. If the Oullom people are not willing to allow the minority a hearing, there will be a hot time in ihe old County and City next Pall and Spring. Mr. Oscar Murrill of West Jeff ersou Street was in Jacksonville Sunday. That refreshing rain last Sun day came and blessed the uujust as well as the just. Mr. Lenard, a young man well known to K of P.’s is in the city from Pueblo Colo. We hope he will find every thing congenial and stay here. Springfield people are “daffy’’ about three things, namely; politics, base-ball and getting divorces. A man, a woman and a cow, were seen on the side walk in the East end last Sunday. Mr. Me Clain of Omaha, Neb raska, was in the city this week. 11 I Springfield now has 4 colored men in U. S. Mail service, 2 Police, 1 Secret Service Police, 4 deputy Sheriffs, 1 Clerk in Co. Treasures office and untold num bers at the State House on the Streets. Mr. Clarence Parker, and mother, of St. Louis, are in the city, visiting relatives and friends. Mr. J. N. Reece af Buffalo Hart was down Thursday being a delegate to the County Conven tion. Mr. Converse as, Co. Central Committee’s Chairman and Geo. Reys as Secretary, makes the thing much better. Messers Fred and James Scott were visitors to the city this week, the former paying our office a visit. Dr. John D. Steele and Prof. Rice of Raleigh N. C. will soon be the pleasa nt guest of Misses A 1 iono Whifa and o 1 mo Sfnoln Detective Mills of Chicago, is the pleasant guest of Mr. Thos. Steele where he greets his wife and daughter. I thiuk it is wise for you Mr. to ask the young lady to wait until you can buy a home don’t keep her waiting though. Miss Nowell of Greenville 111., is visiting the family of Mrs. Brewington, 118 S. 11 St. Alderman Wood of thelst ward is theonly alderman for some time, in that ward, who is using some effort to improve the ward. The Collector will be at Pou. tiac to Coiled Aug 18, Please have full amount due. Illinois Traction System Take tne Interurban for all points South is now the Slogan. Cheapest, Best and Cleanest. 1^1 1 V SMOKE [ A ^ CINDERS ROSS, The Photographer For the Bes1; Pictures. Examine his work and prioes and you will patronize him. | THE FORUM F”gSV8Pd.r'£,fr?lly-1 Have you tried thoes Frappes. Sundaes or Chicken Dinners? Their sundaes cannot be excelled. If you do not know where we ! wi 11 tell you, why at Thompson & Tucker’s | 728iEast Washington St. Metropolitan Barber Shop 107 South Eighth Street. We give best service. Shop kept in first-class style. Competent Barbers—4 chairs. BATHS! BATHS!! BATHS!!! Hot and Cold Baths at all times. Teiepktie New ft. 771. H. TUCKER, Proprietor.