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B % * New Ideas In The Latest Designs at Reasonable Prices 17 Jewel Illinois. 18 snze, 20 year guarantee $12 11 Jewel llliois. 16 size, 20 yerr guarantee.$11.00 15 Jewel Illinois, 12 size, 20 year guarantee.$13 15 Jewel Illinois, 10 size, 20 year guarantee.$14 Fine 15 Jewel, 12 size, Fancy dial,,20 year guarantee . 410 Solid Gold Cliatelain Watch Pin line movement.*1$ ! Silver, Gold Filled, Enamel and Gum Metal ChatelaiBs $5 to 112 Tobin & Canham The Popular Price Jewelers 522 So. Side Sq. Springfield 111. Society and Local *t| Miss Johiison of Little Rock. Ark., who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. O. J. Singleton, returned to her home last week. Miss Benson of Cleveland, Ohio, has returned to her home. Miss Leota Singleton who has been somewhat indisposed is convalescent. The new management of the Delmonico restaurant, 107 N. 7th street, will be glad to have all give them a trial call. Mesdames Julia Duncan, J. C. McClain, C. H. Morgan, Lucy Ifc^ng. Roey Hunter, Eva Mon. roe, attended the State Pedera. . . tiou of Women’s clubs in C ham. paign this week. M s Sar&h Work of N 3d St., was m Jacksonville last Sunday visiting her son, William Pe.titt who is in the hospital there. She him much improved. WANTED—A smart colored boy with bicycle to work on Sat urdays—good reference required —good pay; must be reliable. Apply to E. L. Rogers, 305^ S. 6th street. Mrs. B H. Lucas returned home a few days ago after some week’s visit in Chicago. Rev C. H. Jones preached ai Zion Baptist church last Sunday morning and evening. Special Election. According to the law, thert must be held a special election tc fill the vacancy of mayor of this city, caused by the sad and trag ic death of our late highly es teemed mayor. The Forum hopes that ubso lute harmony will prevail in th< Republican party and that clear able and influential men only wil be reckoned with. Such men as Roy Reece, John Black, John L Phillips, Louau Hay, Jesse K Payton, etc. Notice. The Altonl etter will appear ii the next edition. Owing to cer tain unavoidable circumstance! we are compelled to leave ou several articles this week. Celebrate your 4tli of July at Ma sonic Hall at night. Bring y »ur friends to the Masonic Hall on thli eve of July 4t,h. Delmonico Cafe One of the beet in city I*1? S. 8th St under new Management. Regular Meals ... 2O0 Sundaya .... 25c We invite the public and we will serve you nicely and promptly. __ED. JASPER. Furnished rooms at 416 E Madison Street, Springfleid, Illiaois. Mrs. J. E Smith. Propritress. Telephone, new, 1457. The Pekin Cafe and lee Cream Par* lor. 1024 E. Washington 8lr<et. Special Dinner for Sunday, June 16. riiis cafe lias been purchased oy Messrs. Johnson and Hatfield, and has been remodeled and refurnished, and is one of the finest in iowii inn by colored people. They invifc>* the public and are prepared to serve yon • itisfactorily. The best, courtesies, h*st services. Slop in from chinch Visitors to the city especially invited Fora good time visit Masonic Hall July 4t,h i Bought This at Carlock’s. You did? For $-> Is that so? Your attention is called ever, when you*want the prettiest styles, most beautiful to the eyo, and the most durable men's summer clothing, halt ( ties, etc , to the above named place Ask Dave Moore of the Lelanc ’ about Oarlock's or your friend, tin editor of this paper. We recommend our reader* to Oar locks for reasons heretofore givan. What we mean by all right, is: Fine goods, courteous and appre ciative treatment, flue men, prices, 1 best That means it all. . Summer School at Ambidexter^ Pors ms desiriug to review any stud ies in the common branches or to continue their studies during the summer, consult the und rsigned. H"ur* of rec til cau be arranged to *uit your convenience. It is necessa ry tint w« be weil versed in Arith melic and Grammar in order that we 1 may calculate and i-peak and read • correctly. For furttier information, i call over new plume or write, t Ja*. B. Walker, Ambidexter Institute, 902 bo. 12 St. Springfield, Illinois. DRUGS And Medicines ALWAYS THE Choicest And Best. At Clarkson’s, Remember the place, 213 South Sixth Street. Capital City ■= Pantitorium Fine Tailoring-Latest j Styles of the Season on I Hand . . . caning, Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing Ladies’ Garments a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed—Goods Called for and Delivered Monthly Term* Given PVlnnn® • J Bel1 535 - Monthly Terms rUUDCD . -j luter.siale 99 Given 104 S. 4th bt. • SPRINGFIELD, ILL. J W. ^laughter, Prop. - — Champion Shoe Repair Shop Your Old Shoes Made Like New 1 By our Modern Repairing Machines j Have Your Soles Sewed o.. while > ou wait by ihe CHAM* | PION bEWING MACHINE, which makes your Shoes look like New. also make thsui flexible and easy on the feet and wear better than Nails or Pegs and cost but little more. Best ^ White ^ Oak ^ Leather ^ Used All Work Guaranteed First-Class Shoes Called for aud Delivered Promptly. Andrew J. Gordon The up To-Date shoe Man 822 E. Washington St. - Springfield, 111. farce Comedy at Arion Hail Benefit Lincoln Colored Old F. and O. Home. Thursday, June 27, 1907. Doi^TfaiT to attend the old fash ion supper, to be given Wednesday June IV, at the residence of Mrs. S. Sims. 931 So. Pasfleld St. Be sure to attend. A rare treat. You will be served with delicacies abundant, for only 15cts. Supper served from ti to 10 P. M. Benefit of St. Paul. Mesdames B. Johnson, B. Clem and S- Sims, Ladies iu charge.