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In The Latest Designs at Reasonable Prices 17 Jewel Illinois. 18 snze, 20 year guarantee $12 11 Jewel Illiois, 16 size, 20 yerr guarantee.$11.00 15 Jewel Illinois, 12 size, 20 year guarantee.$1 I 15 Jewel Illinois, 10 size, 20 year guarantee.$14 « line 15 Jewel, 12 size, Fancy dial,,20 year guarantee . $10 Solid Gold Cliatelain Watch Pin tine movement.$1$ ! Silver, Gold Filled, Enamel and Gum Metal ChatelaiHS $5 to $12 Tobin & Oanham The Popular Price Jewelers 522 So. Side Sq. Springfield 111. ^ Society and Local Farce Comedy Co. A farce comedy in three acts “YOU NEVER KNOW” for the benefit of the L. C. H. See the jolly chorus girls, funny girls and boys automobile girls with Miss Retta Davis leading the van- A. Bender will be in the gang, Master Brownell Kirby and Maud Oasay as Montana and Mexieau girls. Girls represent ing all nations will be at the station. Every body pay atten tion to theidate, Thursday eve, June 27, at Arion hall. Everybody go and enjoy a good laugh. You’ve never wit nessed anything like it. ‘‘You Never Know,” Now is Your Chance. , Ruj a lot in in Wilberforce, Green Co., Ohio, the JMecca of Prosp erous and Fashionable Negroes 187 iotB have been subdivided out of “The Shorter place,” and are be ing sold by a colored syndicate. Terms $5 00 down and $5 00 per month Prices of lots range from $120 up to $250.00. Now i« the time to buy as an investment. A W. NAYLOR & Co., Wilberforce Green Go. O Dr J. H. MaGee. Wes tern Manager, Springfield, Illinois. Plat etc can be seen together with other information at Forum office. M rs. Richard Douglas has ac-1 cepted a position in the hair, dressing establishment of Mrs Wood ford.Ed wards on S. 5th St. R. S. Robertson, formerly of Hampton, Va., but lately of Rhode Island, is in the city and will no doubt go into business here, being a real estate dealer. Mrs. Lizzie Taborn is ill at her home on E. Washington St. Tom Nelson has gone to Chi -! cago. Bert Barton is spending a few j days in Cincinnati. The Havana excursionwas not i as large as of yore, The stewardess of St. Paul church will have a picnic at Oak Ridge park July4. V7'".'"TT MOTLEY, Solicitor, --»» ^ Celebrate jour 4ih of July at Ma sonic Hail at night. fr'end8 to the Masonic Hall on thh eve of July 4th. Delmonico Cafe , Dne of -the best in city 10< S. 8tb St under new Management. Regular Me^ls ... 20c Sundays .... 2Se We invite the public and we will serve you nicely and promptly. _ED. JASPER Furnished rooms at 416 E. Madison Street, Springfield, Iilisois. 1 Mrs. J. E. Smith, Propritress. Telephone, new, 1467. For coolness’ sake run to Car. lock s and get one of those shirts a hat, a tie or suit—just right 225 S. 6th. ' Miss Myrtle Moss of Ch im. paign is the guest of Mrs, Julia Duncan.1 Capt. R. A Byrd, Co, I. Quin, cy left Friday to be present at the regular drill manuvers there I Johnie White arrived home for the summer this week. Joe Overby and wife have re turned to the city where they wilt reside, Edgar Derrick left for Alton, III. Sunday to'speud his vacation with his'parents. Mrs. Mary Steele has returned to Chicago. Mrs. Amanda Wells is on the sick list this week. Master LaRue Smith is in Chi- i cago visiting his mother ' A considerable amount of our space is used this week for reso. lUtions, therefore a lot of matter is left over. Don't fail to meet your friends ■ >>t Masonic Hall Thursday eveu- | iug, July 4th. If you want to enjoy 4th of July evening meet us at Masouic Hall’ You can’t afford to miss the Grand Celebration at Masonic Hall, July 4th. Agents will please make re. port once a week. Havana excursiorists decreas. 1 "d this year. 1 DRUGS And Medicines ALWAYS the Choicest And Best. At Clarkson’s, Remember the place, 213 South Sixth Street. Capital City ■ - -■-= ^ ■ '-■ Pantitorium Fin** Tailoring-Latest Siylns of the Season on Hand . . ■ Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Rfepaifingf1 Ladies’ Garfnents a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed—Goods Called for and.Delivered Monthly Terms Given ■pVlAn^fi* j Bell 535 Monthly Terras iriiuiies.^ fnter.8tate " • Glven 104 S. 4th St. : - SPRINGFIELD, ILL. J. W. ^Slaughter, Prop. Champion Shoe Repair Shop <• i i. r : Your Old shoes Made Like Ne-wr By our Modern Repairing Machines Have Your Sol**s S^wed on while you wait by the CHAM* PION iiEWLNG MACHINE, which makes your Shoes look like New. also make them flexible and easy on the feet and wear better than Nails err Pegs and cost but l'ttle more. ^ v I Best e White -« Oak e Leather e Used | All Work Guaranteed First-Class jj Shoes Called for and Delivered Promptly. I-‘ ! Andrew J. Gordon The up To-Date Shoe Man I 822 E. Washington St. - Springfield, til. li _,_i 1 'farce Comedy at Anon ” Hall Benefit Lincoln Colored Old F. and O. Home. Thursday, June 27, 1907. 1 \n t \ 111 i i ment in The Forum Brings Instant Results.