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i Did you say you were going to ! -THE—— “KEYSTONE” h To olay pool? : All games 2 12c. per cue, except Alameta, 61 point, 10c with a cigar. “I guess that’s slow.” All vinners of games will be given a coupon, 25 of which will entir.le the holder to one line French briar pipe. You can’t lose. Everybody wins I solicit your patronage. 121 South 4th St BENJ. J<5 CKSON, Proprietor. COA GOAL!! GOAL!!! By the ton or bush el. Ghas. A. Ellis New ’Phones, 1504 or 3^6. • l _± i| Society and Local ___ We are glad to note that the Neal and Rucke.i restaurant is doing fairly well. Mrs, M. P Clark-Thompson expects to open a dressmaking and millinery department at Ambidexter Dec. 1st. All per sons desiring to become students may apply at 1722 E. Mason St., or telephone 1882 Rl old. Mrs. U. G. Cabbell, 207S. 14th entertained a number of her lady friends at a Sunday luncheon last Sunday at 7 o’clock. For rent—Nice furnished room in good location. App y toEftie Graves, 1529 S. 14. 11243 Abner Naylor was in Jackson ville last Sunday the guest of his wife who has been there lor the past three weeks to rest and recuperate her health. Mrs. N ty lor is much improved. Mrs. C S. Gibbs has been vis. iting in Knoxville, Teun,. for the past month, has returned. Mr. Matthews and bride arriv ed last Sunday from Indiana Every person who goes to D Greenberg’s and mentions the Forum as the cause of your see ing the 'ad' will greatly assist us and you Will be treated better. Mrs. Perry of E. Brown St., is still on the sick list. Miss Elizabeth Williams has taken a position as book keeper for the Capital City Pautitorium. Miss Hattie Goodbar is on the The Ladies' Si cial Sun light Club was hntertaiued this week at the residence of Mis. Emma Craddock. A sumptuous repast was served. Misses May Bell and Ethel Clark are very serionsly ill, the former having typhoid pneu monia. We hope they may soon recover, Dr. Ware has remoned his office,to the old location on E. Adams street, and has a nicely furnished ofhce. Mesdames Young, Harris, Workes and Anderson were in Decatur two days last week att ending the Stewardess’s conven ti m. They report having spent a very pi asant time in the inter, est of Christianity. All patties wanting a writeup with picture in the Christmas Number, will let us know early See next week’s Forum for par. ticulars concerning the Christ mas edition. The Ladies Court will meet at Masonic hall the 1st Thursday in December, The formal opeirng of the Elk Cafe last Thursday was a very creditable affair. The menu was elaborate and delicious. It is claimed and not denied, that Mr. Francis, formerly head waiter at tue L land, who is yet confined at St. John’s hospital, has a wife, who is here attend ing his bed-side. This report has caused much comment, as he is reported to have been engaged THE. • . Elk Cafe 728 E. Washington-st. Crittendon & Thompson, Props. A first-class place in every respect. Best service. Best attention given to all customers. Everything neat and clean. Regular Meals and Short Orders Table de Hote for Sunday, Vegetable Soup Baked Chicken, Oyster Dressing New England Boiled Dinner Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice Ice Cream Coffee Tea Served from 5:30 till 8:00 p. m. 25c. to all. TUCKER’S PLACE. Board and Lodging House, First class accommodations Regular meals at regular meal hours. New Telephone, 206 North 14 St. H. TUCKER, - Proprietor. 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. H. TUCKER, Proprietor.