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For Advertising Best medium in Coun ty among colored folk. Telephone, old, 998. Notice Parties will please enter into no business transactions for this paper with any one save author ized agents vested with the pow er, and will p.iy except to parties of the olfice personnel. Manager. Wilson’s New Place Restrv urant Staple and Fancy Groceries and Ice Cream Regular Meals and Short Orders Homemade Pies—Candies Fine Cigars Morris Wilson, Proprietor, _ 11a_i ma j • A. M. Williams. Real Estate and G-en Loan Business. Office in Residence. 16,>6 East Jackson St. Old Phone 1768 r 2 Loans made on realestate or good substantial securities—All business private and confidential. “For good work, quick work, easy work, and all kinds of work, give me the Re m i n g t o n , " says the expe • 1 | nenccu operator. — j Remington Ty pew ri ter i Company — Parties, who do not get their pa per Saturdays, will complain to their carrier. You should, at least, get your paper in the afternoon on Sat urdays. Don’t borrow the Forum. AMERICAN HAIR GROWER. &• wvi :jaj Sold at Clarkson’s on South Six street and Mitchell’s, Fifth and Monroe streets Who said the editors of that • Bug house Gazette’ at the 4th street Keystous, were bughouse? Don* lot the transient fellow get too >Lrong a hold, he may be loom** |j'>'manent man and you may v<' o mporary insane..' | For City Clerk, Vote for J. E. Smith April 2nd. Company 8 Inspected. Co. H 8th ING was inspected Tuesday evening at the Slate Armory by Mnj°r Jarvis, USA officer, stationed at Ft Thomas, Ky, The boys in blue made a showing in their annual test, was creditable and commenda ble The Negro is oppressed and kept back as much as pos sible, but this is a proof that they will progress if given an opportunity The Negro as a soldier, cannot he surpassed, and i hove shown their gaiUulry and j bravery in many battles, too nu merous to mention —M. - THE- I U. R. CLUB Will Give a rare Entertainment At Masonic Hall, Tuesday, Mar. 5, ’07 Good music will be furnished. This club is composed of some of the most prominent young men in the city. | FOR MAYOR VOTE FOR D.S. GRIFFITHS. Eire April 2nd. 1907. I ~ " ' Register your name or vou cannot vote. _^______ For City Att’y. Vote for Roy M. Seeley For City Treasurer, Vote for John H. Ruckel. 60 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may ■ulclcly ascertain our opinion free whether ar Invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent* sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. recelv* special notice, without charge, In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.argest cir culation of any scientltlc Journal. Terms. >3 a year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. Mil ' Co.r ,v,ay" vork Buy Kansas Wheat Lands! Direct from Owner at Bargain Counter Prices! Do you know that a single Crop o f wheat in Western Kansas will pay the purchase price of the land on which it is grown and profit besides? I have several thousands acres of ch oice wheat land in the counties of El lis, Trego, Grove, Wallace, Lane.Gree ley, Kearney and Morton bought ex ceedingly low during hard times wh/ ch I now want to close out at once and which I offer to sell far below or dinary market prices. I WANT TO DEAL WITH PUR CHASER DIRECT. Write me for full particulars ho w I can save you money. N. E. Corner Sixth and Ka nsas, Avenues, Topega, Kansas.