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TIME Northbound. Arrive. Depart. I££ton Limited .11:63 am 11:63 am •ITairie State Express.. 2:45 pm 2:45pm •Bloomington Accom .. Starts 6:00 pm tCapital City Flyer.8:35 pm Stops •Palace Express .12:20 am 12:20 am •Midnight Special .2:13 am 2:43 am •Atlantic Express-Chi . Starts 7:00 am •St. Louis Accom.11:35 am 11:36 am •Spfld-Eldrod Accom ..10:35am Stops •Sunday Special .10:45 pin Stops Southbound. Arrive. Depart. •St. Ixiuis Express.3:25am 3:26 am •Midnight Special .5:05 am 5:05 am tCapital City Flyer - Starts 9:16 am •Bloomington Accom .. 9:00 am Stops •Spfld-St. Louis Accom. Starts 6:30am •1 rairie State Express.. 2:36 pm 2:35pm •Alton Limited . 4:16 pm 4:16 pm •Chicago Accom .8:40 pm Stops •Spfld-Eldred Accom .. Starts 5:00 pm •Sunday Special . Starts 7:15 pin Peor’a Division. Arrive. Depart. •Peoria ccom . 9:10 am Stops tPeoria Express . 4:00 pm Stops fHenria Accom . Starts 3:10 pm •Peoria Express. Starts 6:46 am sSunday Special . Starts 6:30 pm sSunday Special . 9:00 pm Stopi C. & A. INTER!'KHAN SERVICE. Springfield-Lincoln Interurhans leave 8pringfield at 9:40 a. in.. 12 p. m., daily. Sprlngfleld-Llncoln Interurhans arrive at Springfield at 11:50 a. in., 5:50 p.m.. daily. •Daily. fDally ex. Sunday. sSunday only For folders, rates nnrl further informa tion call upon or address D. G. CAMPBELL, Ticket Agent Chicago & Alton Ry., Springfield, 111 RAILWAY TIME TABLES^ Depot Tenth. Washington and Jef ferson streets. Going Hast " Arrive. Depar* •Buffalo East Mail. 2:15 am 2:16 air •Chicago Express . Starts 7:30 air •Continental Limited . 9:45 am 9:50 an •La’ayette Acoom . Starts 1:40 pm •Decatur Accom .. 4:30 pm 6:15 pm •New York Express.10:00 pm 10:05 pm Going West. Arrive Depart. •Kansas City Express. 5:50 am 6:55 ana •Clayton Accom .8:41 am 8:44 am •Springfield Accom .11:35 am Stops 1 •Kansas Clty-Denver Llm.12:30 pm 12:36 pm •Continental Limited . 6:45 pm 5:50 pm aChlcago-Springfleld Exp. 9:10 pm Stops •Dally. aDally axcept Sunday. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Taking effect Sunday, December 4. Northbound. Arrive. Depart •Diamond Special .12:36 am 12:40 am Midnight Limited . 2:42 am 2:45 am •Chicago Express . 7:06 am Northern 111. Express.11:25 am 11:30 am •Daylight Special .2:46 pm 2:48 pm •8t. Louis & Sp'fld Accom. 8:45 pm Stops Southbound. Arrive. Depart. •Diamond Special ......... 8'50 am 8:55 »— •Midnight Limited .4:45 am 4:60 am •St. Louis A Sp'fld Accom. Starts 7:00 am •Daylight Special .6:05 pm 5:10 pm •8t. Louis Express.5:3G pm 6:35 pm •Chicago Mall .10:25 am 8tora •Dally. aDally except Sunday. B. & 0. S. W. RAILWAY Eastbound Trains. Arrive. Depart. •Royal Blue Limited.7:30 am 7:30 am •Wash. & New York Llm.. Starts 8:00 pm •Beardstown A Puna Ac.... 3:25 pm 8:25 pm •Sunday Passenger .8:00 pm 8:00 pm Westbound Trains. 1 •Royal Blue Limited.7:25 pm 7:25 pm •Wash. A New York Llm.. 8:30 am Stops af’ana A Beardstown Ac. .10:30 am 10:30 am •anday only .8:50 am 8:60 am •Dally. aDally, except Sunday. bSundajr. ---- t C„ P. fc ST. L. RAILWAY. s To and from Peoria. Arrive. Depart Dally Exprea.8:10 pm 12:10 pm i. Dally Mall .11:00 am 8:40 pm l Daily Mail .8:55 pm 7:88 am To and from St Louis. Arrlva. Depart ? Daily Ex pram .12:10 pm 8:10 pm J, Dally ax. Sunday, Aceem.. 8:20 pm 0:88 am o § r t The Stalwart Pro- - tective League. Meets First Monday of each Afonth at Odd Fellow’s Hall, South Fifth - Street. R. S DONAT,DSO.V Pr.*s. 1 DR. .1. H. MAGKK, S ry. Wilson’s New Place R.esta virant Staple and Fancy Groceries and Ice Cream Regular Meals and Short Orders Homemade Pies—Candies Fine Cigars Morris Wilson, Proprietor. cor. 11 and Madison. T. R. THOMPSON, Young Photographer, who is ta king pictures for the Jamas, town Exposition. I i &1.50 to East St. Louis every Satur Jay and Sunday ILLINOIS TRACTION SYSTEM. B. R. Stepheos, Gen. Traffic Mangr. ILLINOIS TRACTION SYSTEM. Oast Bound for Decatur, Clinton and all intermediate points. *5:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. +12:00 noon. +6:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. j-8:00 a.m. +2.:00 p.m. *8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. *9:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. +4:00 p.m. *11:00 p.m. prlngfield & Northeastern Traction Co. Northbound. Southbound. 1:00 am 3:30 pm 5:00 am 3:30 pm i:30 am 5:00 pm 6:30 am 5:00 pm 1:00 am 6:30 pm 8:00 am 6:30 pm • :00 am 8:00 pm 10:00 am 8:00 pm !:00 noon 11:00 pm 12:00 noon 11:00 pm !:00 pm 2:00 pm Southbound, for Carlinville, Oillespie, taunton. Litchfield. Bdwardsville, St. ouis, and all intermediate points: 5:00 am °10:00am 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 8:00 am 11:00 am §4:00 pm §8:00 pm r:00am §12:00 noon 5:00 pm '9:00 pm 8:00 am 1:00 pm °6:00pm 11:00 pm 1:00 am °2:00 pm 12 Midnight Sleeper •Daily except Sunday. +Llmited cars, topping at towns onlv. "Limited cars, inking all stops. §'‘Corn Belt Limited” o St. Louis. Rffll • "■ DIRT <c» SMOICi _ n>rp¥fM + 1 5u p. East St. Louis every 8at rdn.v and -’u’ldav LLIX013 TRACTION SYSTEM. S. C. Roades’ New Cafe a much Needed Place for this City. Mr. S G. Roadus of Chicago has opened up a tirst-class Cafe at 1124 E. Washington St. with modern arrangements and firist. I class chefs and waiters. His bills of fare show that the people will be ‘"enabled to replenish their wants along the culinary lines; and he)emphatically declares that the place will be first class in in fact as well as in print the fact that the place is not environed and surrounded by the vulgarity of many places is a valuable as set to his business. He means to un a cafe where anything you order will be forthcoming He should be successful.J Woman’s Club Notes. The Juvenile section had a lovely lime at their reception last Satuc. day at the re idence of Mrs. J. C. McClain. There were 20 present and light refr» shnients served by the cl ib committee. The club colors, pink ana gieen, were pievalent. Each one hud an viied guest. The regular business meeting will be held at the residence of t he presi dent, Mrs. C. H. Morgan, May 6. “It is no benefit to have given me something, but it is a benefit to have enabled me to obtain something for my sel f.”—Emerson. Professional. Dr. c. L. Boyd. 59-60 Franklin Life Bld’g. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. HOURS—9 to 11:30 a. in. 2 to 5 p. m. 7 to 9 p. in. Phones-Old, 1298; New,2396. Specialist in Diseases of Women and Chil dren. ROY SEELEY, Attorney at Law. 523% North Side Square. Both Phones 1503 - j Dr. S. A. WARE, 1 PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE:—627% East Adams street ( HOURS: 10 a. m. to 12 m. ( 2 p. m. to 4 p. m, 7 p. m. to 9. , Phones: Calls promptly made. Jr. J E Hendersoi! ■flica : 10754 West Side Squara. HOURS: flat a m.; j to 5; 7 to * P. ni. FIRST WARD PLACE: ill North nth Straa I HOURS; Till I a. m.; is to i no.; J :ja ta #r| , a. at., and at night. Telaphoaa Mnia llaav - i _1 MOTTO: , READ THE St, Louis Times. ONE of THE Coming dailies of State nod Partisan Men and Measures. Anyone Rending a sketch and description may gnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether at. Invention is probably pntentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive special notice, without charge, In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.argeet cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. MU.Cor - vork 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. For Home-Made Cakes, Pies, Cookies, And a first-class meal, patronize BRCTftN & NEILL’ Restaurant /26 East Washington Street Regular Meals, 20c SUNDAYS: 25c. The Forum’s Staff. E. L. Rogers, Editor-in-Chief and Business Mgr. Will H. Barbour, Asst. Editor. Miss Pearl Bowles, Office Clerk, Book keeper and Collector. Miss Allene White, Contributor. Mrs. E. L. White, Contributoi. Fhas. Hatcher, Alton Reporter and Agt. Miss Nannie Davis, Petersburg, r. R. Thompson, Adv. Solicitor and Cartoonist. H. A. Donegon, Lincoln. Address matter for the paper to The Forum, 305% So. Sixth St. Matters of business or information o E. L. Rogers, Mgr. The Clubs, Social and Otherwise. Ladies’ Sunlight Social, meets every iVednesday at the residences of its nembers, discusses art, culinary, and lome circle questions. St. Paul Sewing Circle meets every rhursday at Lecture room of St. Paul ihurch, discusses all important home :ircle questions. Mothers’ Literary, meets every nonth, auxiliary to St. Paul Sewing Circle. The Woman’s Club, meets every veek, is the oldest club—has been and s a rescue club for the fallen, a ihilanthropic agency, this club has a locial and juvenile section, Mrs. C. I. Morgan is president, Mrs. Higgin jotham is chairman, of the social sec ion; Miss Clara Blackwell is press •eporter for this club. The None-Such, is a social club imong the younger society folk— neets every Thursday. The Don’t Worry, is a club composed >f the elderly married ladies—meets veekly. Other clubs will be added as they ire made known. Lodges and their meeting nights ind place of meeting will be carried or 25c the month. We have all man ler of lodges here.