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In The Latest Designs at Reasonable Prices Fancy coral and jaded mounted jewelry is very popular this season, and we are showing a tine line in belt bucklets, combs, necklaces and etc, Plain and fancy mounted.combs from fil.Oo up to - • - 10-00 Imported French festoon necklaces, up from • • • 2.00 Gold filled belt laces, latest styles, up from - 1.00 Call and see our new store. Tobin & Canham The Popular Price Jewelers 522 So Side Sq. Springfield 111. The Female Vaude ville Co. at Decatur. Thursday, May 16 at G. A. R. Hall Curtains will rise at 8:30 sharp. A good Place, A good Time, with good girls. After Vaudeville Prof. Moore’s orchestra will furnish music. (Tickets on sale at Thompson’s Store Round trip tickets by the way of Inter Urban, $1.00 Time, Thursday, May 16, Place. Decatur. And Girls you want to see | ARVAL TERRELL, Gen. Mgr. The Excelsior Joints A Crack Baseball Team In a few weeks the team will be thor oughly organized, and will challange all amatuer teams of the state. Walch later for line up. Now ready for practice. Headquarters 1026 E, Washington St. Jas. Hubbard; Capt._L. Barker (Rabit) Mgr Hear the great Shake spearean Reciter Mr. Crawford, from Alton, 111., At Union Baptist church week of20inst. “Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.” Listen,A $5,000 Proposition. The finest ever before offered to all peo ple regardless of race or color. The National Life Annuity Co. Of Jacksonville Illinois. All Policies $5,000 I will be glad to insure you. When permanently disabled you draw this amount monthly. If you die your heirs or assigns draw it monthly^ Call and see E. L. ROGERS, Agent 305 So. Sixth St. The Dunbar Club Will soon be in operation at the W’illiams’ Building, 11th and Washington streets. The object of this club will simply be a place where men can assemble, read and discuss matters, also elevate and stimulate a healthier and nobler sentiment among the young men. Tha mem bers will have access to both rooms. It will develop into a great club. All papers amd magazines will be kept. | ^ Society and Local *j| Do you want to buy a nice house or rent oii3. If so call on me. Business done on th^ square E L Rogers. 305* S. 0th St. or Tel. Old 993 Frank McGowan will raake’a good man for the Park Board. Don’t miss the rare Treat, Mr. Crawford, the Shakespearian Reciter at Union B iptist Cuurch week of May 20. Divine Services at the Evangelical Lutheran Holy Trinity Church. On 15 between Washington and Jefferson Streets Bible Reading 11 12 a nr Preaching at 8 p. m. Instruction in the chief parts ol the Christian d >ctrines everj Wednesday at 8 p. m. One and all are cordially invitee to attend these sera ices. Rev. Jas, H. Doswell. Pastor The Hon. J.mes Miller of Chi oago, who has been in the Senutt duting the Legislature will soqr be seen no more. He is always a welcome visitor, Don’t borrow the Forum. Dr.O . H. JONES, Contractor — Builder Real E,sta.te Rentals and Loans. Manager Peerless Ideil Portrait Co Business Letters, Dueds. Wills and Mortgages drawn. All business confidential. Olllee: 116 South Seventh Street. BELL PHONES: Res. 2595 r 3 OttiC', main 3437. I Miss Samuel la Ganoway sister l of Dr. Ganoway of Decatur died this week. She was an efficient school teacher—much loved and highly respected by all who know her. Mrs. Nettie Pickett, of St, Paul, Minn,, sister-in.law of Mrs John Mosby arrived in the city Wednesday and will be the guest, I of Mr. and Mrs, Mosby of East Cap'tol Ave. Hon. Oscar DePriest, County Commissioner of Cook County wt?s in the city a part of this , week. ! The young son ot Mr and Mrs, . Alex Bender was christened Sun day Ma\ 5th at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on 5lh and Capitol Ave. TH1 FOR * Is now the Leading Colored Paper in the City. & & & & Has the largest and best circulation. ^ Goes among influential people f* Leland Hotel FantatorTumT^ BASEMENT LELAND HOTEL French Dry Cleaning, Steam Cleaning, 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 P HONE 834. Miss Lucile Wilson. f, General Mgr. and Collector.