Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
"It is no benefit to have given me something, but it is a benefit to have enabled me to obtain something for myself.”—Emerson. \ . n A. J. GORDON Custom Shoemaker High Class Repairing, Best white oak Leather used. New and second hand shoes for sale. » 822 E. Washington. The--1§> Hess Tailoring Co. Are Always on top. Order your Spring Suit Now 411 E. Wash St. - Springfield AMERICAN HAIR GROWER. A good reliable hair-grower. It is food for the hair roots thereby caus ing it to grow and present a lustrous, healthy appearance. 1 If your hair is long enough, you can- < not do without it, as a fine perfume , dressing, at a very reasonable price. ROBERT CLARKSON'S drug store, ' 213 South 6th St., A. S. MITCHELL'S drug store, 5th and Monroe St., sell it —and recommend it. Price: 25 cents, Springfield, 111. The Culture club meets every Sun day at 4 o’clock at St. John’s A. M. E. church. 1 PRICES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. l State and National offices.$10.00 County offices . 5.00 Mayor of Springfield .• • 5.00 Regular write-ups, 10 cents per ( line. Ten-line notice one time, with < announcement, free. ■ Capitol City Lodge, No. 12, K. of P., meets every second and fourth Mon day night of each month In Ma&oiflc hall on North Eighth street. Specie' Please don’t put the collectors ofl by telling them you want to see the editor. We employ them because we have not time for that ourselves, When the collectors come, pay them. Also don’t say you'will pay at the office unless you mean it and do it. ---- “ For good work, quick work, easy work, and all kinds of work, give me the Re mi ngton,” says the expe rienced operator. Kcm ington Type wri ter Comp any J. B. Wright Painting -AND— Paper Hanging Orders always promptly filled All Work Guaranteed. Your Work Solic ted. Residence 206 N. 14th St. New. Phone 1478 Phe Weekly Courier Journal And The Forum Both One year Send your order for this combina tion to us, not the Courier-Journal.-The Woman’s Club Notes. ** - - jri't t^/r f The bazaar which was held at the t. C Home last week under the auspices of the Woman’s Club was not well attended yet the ladies realized a very neat sum We wish to thank those who donated so liberally to the country store. All of the stock that was not sold was turned over to the Home. This stock amount ed to $10.50 and the cash amouut cleared was $20 10. We wish to thank each one who attended and helped to make this a success. The meeting of the Social Sec tion was largely attended at the residence of Mrs. Julia Duncan last Monday. This section will go to Buffalo, Illinois,ithe second Monday in May to organize a branch club. The Mothers’ Section will be entertained by Mrs. Esther Par mer, 302 W, Allen , street at 2:30 p. m. next Monday, the 15. The Juvenile Section will meet at the L. C. Home on Saturday, the 13, in their regular business meeting. Be sure and bring your pennies. We desire to see each member present on that date.— Reporter. Miss Wilson. Mg<* and clerk of the Leland Hotel Pantatoriunj, was in Missouri for a few days visiting. She returned Tuesday April 2nd. The J. P. Williston Oratorical contest*of East Hamton, Mask,; was.a very creditable affair. It is of interest to the people of Springfield to honor that the first prize was awarded to Charles Fred White of this city. St. Augustine’s Mission has chang ed its location and wiil hold services next Sunday at 1420 South Grand Ave.. Ea*t. Sunday School at 4 p m. Regular service at <:30 p. m. All are invited to attend. Watch for the Ku klux from Jack sonville, under auspices of Esteila j Chapter No. 3. Watch for dale later on. Mrs. C. H. Morgan Entertains the Woman's Ciub. There was a grand meeting of the Springfield Woman’s club April 1, at the residence of Mrs . C. H. Morgan in memory of Eas. ter. After the business was transacted a praise meeting was held and all enjoyed a blessing with the woman who is a Chris tian worker for Christ. This meeting was a blessing to all who attended for Mrs. Mor gan always makes the ladies welcome and greets them with a pleasant smile and her home is one of su.nshiue to all* The sou venir of Easter was a white and 1 pink carnation reminding them that Christ arose on Easter. We need more wnmen in the club work. Press on ladies and God will bless each one. There were nineteen present.—A friend. Petersburg News George Smith of Springfield was the guest of Landon Davis Sunday. Samuel Harris departed last Friday for Edwardsville to join the F. Frank Paving Co. Mrs. Chas. Gaines accidently fell and obtained a severe shock but is feeling much improved now. Mrs. Daniel Davis visited rel atives and friends in Springfield last week. Rev. Webster of Springfield delivered a .sermon at the Baptist church Sunday evening. A Surprise Parly. A surprise party was given on little Hortense Jackson, 712 N. 2d street, last Tuesday, April 9. Those pres ent were: Edna Smith, Jennie Osby. Clara and Maron May, Dorothy and Ruth Robinson; Johnnie and Noah Williams, Robert McCullom. Mauy niee presents were received by the little miss. Two Years for $1.25.1 A complete history of two histor: making years—1907 and 1906. Th< mtire proceedings of all the imports it sessions of Congress to be helc luring those two years. The fight t< a finish of the impending battls > r against the gigantic trusts and mono > polies. Every detail of the next na i tional campaign, including all party [ conventions and the final result of the i Presidential election of November, 19 i 08. In short, ALL THE NEWS OF ALL THE EARTH. The Twice-A-Week Issue of The St. Louis Globe-Democrat Two big papers every week.*- Big it or more pages each Tuesday and Friday. The best Newspaper in the Jnited States. Pre-eminent as a rournal for The HOME. Unrivaled is an exponent of the principles of he Republican Party, AJways bright alwaya clean, always newsy,j 41 vays Reliable. Write for Free Sample . copy or send one dollar for one year’s suhseription. Better still re mit $1.25 today to the Globe Printing Company St. Louis, Ho., and secure the Great Semi-Weekly paper, Two Years, under special “long time camp • < ' - if ' 1 ■ aigh: offer, which must be accepted 'within 30 days from date of this pape r. Two Years for $1.25 .GALL AT The Leader Barber Shop, EDW. ITCHELL, EARNEST HANNER, E.,L. RICE. Everytning First class 721 East Washington Street OUR ADVERTISING RATES. For display matter one time, 15c the inch; over one time, 10c, 6 months or one year, special prices made. Reading matter, one time, 7c the line; seven words to the line; over one time 5c; for long articles or church advertising, some reduction. For clubs, socials, ect, when mat ter contains over 75 words and under 200, send 50 cents if you desire it pub lished in full. MANAGER. Don’t wait to hear what the public thinks before you express your opin ion. Say what you think if you believe you are right. That’s what Lincoln would do.