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The forum. [volume] (Springfield, Ill.) 1904-192?, December 22, 1906, Image 12

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Break up that Cold
25c. per box, sold only at
Feltham’s Drug Stores I
To be rendered at MasoDic Hall
December 27th i906.
Instrumental Solo, Mrs. Abner Naylor, Vocal solo Miss Etta Davis.
Recital, Mrs Lenta Smith, Inst. duet. Misses Maude and ^r ce Nelson
Vocal solo, Miss Nancy Brown, Cornet solo, L. F. Osborne
Vocal solo, Mrs: Cora Kirby Supper FREE.
Plenty of music. Mes. Sakah Jackson, W. R.,
Miss Johnson; W. Sec.
jT* Society and Local *^[
L. H. Green left yesterday for
We give our own premiums
and trading stamps.—J E.
Asher Hunt leaves today for
his home at Salina, Kansas,
where he goes to vis't his pa
rents whom he has not seen for
several years.
The place to buy your Xmas
nuts, candies and oranges at the
Monon * Grocery, 804 E. Wash
ington St.
Some of the Christmas number
articles are left over and will ap
pear later. Parties who have
matter but could not get it to us
will send it in and same will be
published later.
Get your Christmas Turkey at
J. E. Thompson's.
The Evangelical Lutheran
church will hold its Christmas
tree Dec. 2<d, at 8 o’clock. Pro
gram will be rendered by the
Sunday school. All are cordial
ly iuvited to attend.
The Mission Sunday school of
Riverton, 111., will holds its
Christmas exercises, Tuesday
evening. Dec. 115. The children
under the direction of Mrs. Mary
Harris, are preparing an unique
program which promises not
only to be novel but also enter
The olhcers of the Culture
Club were elected last Sunday
and a list of the same will appear
next week. A program will be
rendered tomorrow.
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An elegant Christmas present;
set of Rogers’ knives and forks
at Thompson, the grocer.
News from Petersburg
Carey Gaines left last Friday
lor Cainelsville, Ky., after a long
visit here
Miss Marie Gaines departed
Tuesday for a visit iu Muskogee,
Indian Territory.
rhomas Carlyle and Frank
Wilson left for Louisville, Ky.,
J. G. Patteterson
Says—Y<>u may imagine that you
would i o be likely to find either useful
or attractive Christinas gifts in a
I Drug store but a glance at our
stock will convince you that a High
tirade of gifts and a correspondingly
low price are here together.
Toys for the Children, all kinds
Prices from 5c to 25c.
Cigars-Staple brands, such as:
Mac's best. 50c to $2.00 a box
Tent’s Ext ra.... 50c to 12.00 a box
Francis Wilson’s Christmas
size. $1.00 a box
j And a number of other such brands.
Perfumes—The best makes in Spec
ial Christmas Packages, prices
25c to $3 00
A Christmas Special—In our Cele
brated Assorted Chocolates at 19c a
pound. Leave your order early for as
soon as this supply is exhausted you
will have to pay 35c a pound to dup
licate it elsewhere. Packages deli ver
i ered at any time. Prompt and
j courteous service.
J. G. Patou, Druggist.
728 E. Washington-st.
Orittendon & Thompson, Props.
Interstate Telephone, 779.
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,
Mock Turtle Soup
Mutton with French Peas
. Mashed Potatoes Sugar Corn
Cottage Pudding with Lemon Sauce
Ice Cream
Coffee Tea
Served from 5:30 till 8:00 p. m. 25c. to all.
Board and Lodging House,
. First class accommodations
Regular meals at regular meal
206 North 14 St.
H. TUCKER, - Proprietor.
New Telephone, 1478."
IH. TUCKER, Proprietor.
Iceland Hotel Pantatormm. |
French Dry Cleaning, Steam. Cleaning, j
Steam Dying, first-class repairing
and modern pressing establishment
First-class work guaranteed to
Ladies and Gents
Certificate of membership to pressing club. $1. 12 garments
all work called for and delivered. Give me a call.
OLD PHONE 834. j
R.. B. Williams, General Mgr. and ■ Collector

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