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Peerless Ideal Portrait Co.
Room 45 Myers’ Bl’dg. Pictures enlarged in Crawon, Pastel, India Ink, Water Colors, Sepia and Oil. Oil Paintings, Landscapes, Figures, Flowers, Fruit and Animals made to order for sale. ». ’ * < ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Dr. C. H. JONES, Manager. . • j 11 Prof. R. M. MITCHELL, Artist .--THE “KEYSTONE” ir <— ■ >i •< •; i 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 *j[ I “High thoughts and high aims reach high and noble thiugs,” is a booklet just published by Dr. J- H. Id a Gee and should be read by every person in the city. The price of the book is only 5 cents. For sale at this office. All day to day at Irwin’s park there will be all manner of am usements and enjoyments. There will be a large crowd from other cities Many a girl has lost a good f riend by marrying him. Many a good husband hasn’t the nerve to be anything else. To morrow never comes, that is unless you have a note to meet News From Petersburg. Mrs. John Grady of Spring field, is visiting relatives here this week. The church gave a lawn social last Thursday. Edward Motley of Lincoln, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. Frank Penick and family visited relatives in Talulla, last Sunday. . Mrs. Beulah Motley and Archie Vaughn, were Springfield visi tors Sunday. All Ihe young people should go to Irwin ’s Park today. You people who have not paid your subscription to The Forum for some time, wjll please call up to the office or be ready when the collector comes. Mrs. Julia Cabbell has return ed from St. Louis, after com pleting her course in the art of hair cuitivat;ng, which trade she had been a student of while a resident of St. Louis. Rev. Price and Dr. MaGee were in Danville this week, at tending the annual conference. W. J. Butler has been appoint ed receiver of a defunct bank at Butler Mo. The case against the Smiths at Cap» Giraadeu, Mo., termina ted to day. __________________________ I Miss Ethel Clark Entertains. Miss Ethel Clark entertained a number of her friends and ac quaintances last Tuesday .even ing at the residence of Mrs. Page on Mason street. The event being the celebra tion of her 17th birth day anni versary. A Stork Visit. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dent of 11th and Adams streets, Sunday morning and surprised them with an eight pound baby girl. The Enterprise Building and Loan Association has opened a series. The shares are 60c and $1 per month, each start saving now. J. Edward Thompson, president; A. M. Williams, Sec'y The first ball of the season given by the Leland Hotel Club, on Monday evening, Sept 24,1906. Music by Prof. Nix’s orchestra. Come and enjoy a rare treat. ‘ The best of order had. Re Ifrehments served admission,25 Under the management of O. J Hob 1 1 School Books i jt . • and ---—=-= j Supplies — -8<t) -- SIMMON’S E. Sideaq. Have you tried thoes I Frappes, Sundaes I or Chicken Dinners? I Their sundaes cannot be excelled. | If you do not know where we wi 11 tell you, why at Thompson & Tucker’s 728iEast Washington St. S 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. I Telephone New No. 77!. H. TUOKER, Proprietor. *