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~ READERS\ SUNSET MAGAZINE beautifully illustrated, good stories m and article* about California and # & ! all the Far Wert. * CAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the at- . tirtic reproduction of the best $1.00 work of amateur and profeaaional * year photographer*. ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 page*, containing 120 colored photograph* J $0.75 picturesque spot* in California and Oregon. _______ Total ... $3*25 All for ... . $1.50 Address all orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Building San Francisco 'Dr. J E Hendersoi I J.'ifice: 107H West Side Square. HOURS: a !• I a m.; j to 5: 7 to I p, in. I' IRST WARD PLACE : «tl North Ijth StrM HOURS; Till 1 a m.; «« te t «a.; S:*ete«i| g. m. and at ai|hl, Telephone Mala lien 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. If your hair is long enough, you ca» not do without it, as a fine perfume dressing, at a very reasonable price. ROBER r 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. Ol'R 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 ths line; seven words to the line; over one time 5c; for long articles or church advertising, some reduction. For clubs, socials, eet., when mat ter contains over 75 words and under 200, send 50 cents if you desire it pub lished in full. MANAGER. Capitol City Lodge, No. 12. K. of P. meets every second and fourth Mon day night of each month In Masonic hall on North Eighth street. Specia' meetings made knowi. by K. of R ft S.. OurNextBig Edition Will Be Out August 6th, Entitled, “Odd Fellows’ Convention Number.” Will be another Gem And all who did not get in this edition will have a better op portunity to get before the peo pie, as it is said that two or three thousand delegates will be here. All prominent Odd Fellows should Call and make arrangements with us in time to get their photos in, also the band in a group snould appear. All of the busi ness colored people, in partic ular, should Appear. Get all matter in by July 29. — — - - 1-T"5l« Springfield Religiously Has an abundancs sf Churches and some gssd Preachers. " Our city has many churches, all creeds and beliefs being rep. resented. St. Paul A. M. E. is the finest and has the best loca tion as to property valuation. ! Next in value is Union Baptist. Next New Hope or Zion Baptist and St. John A. M. E. The Grace M. E. and Pleasant Grove Baptist! also the Episcopal Mis. siou are located in the extreme southeast end of the city. The Lutheran church is located on 15 be’ween Jefferson and Washing ton and has an able young pastor in the person of Rev. Jas. Dos well. The Holmes Mission hold services ;)ppos'’te the Wabash De pot on 10 h and and are doing a good work. One of the best tbings for the community was the establishment of the EdisCo pal Mission, 1420 South Grand Avenue. This missiou will not only serve to enlighten our peo. pie spiritually but morally and mentally. They are desirous.of having more attendants, in order that more effectual work can be done. Your attention is called 10 the fact that this church is un der the very highest intellectual and moral influences extant. The same can be truthfully said of the Lutheran church. Our other churches are gradually coming to this most vital requi site, though we are forced ro ad mit facts, and the facts in the case are these. We do not com pel cur men to be learned in the law and letters, neither do we Divine Services at the Evangelical Lutheran Holy Trinity Church. On Fifteenth between Washington and Jefferson streets. Bible Reading, 11 to 12 a. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. Instruction in the chief parts of the Christian doctrines every Wednesday at 8 p. m. One and all are cordially invited t* attend these services. Rev. Jas. H. Doswell, Pastor. $1 50 io East St Louis «Tery Sat urelay and Sunday ILLINOIS TRACTION SYSTEM. FOR SALE. De Witt Couny, Illinois—Waynesville. One fine piece of residence property. Modern house in good condition $450.00. Easy terms. One hundred and forty-five acres rich farm land in tine state of cultiva tion, one mtle from Waynesville, no house, $150.00 per acre, easy terms. One hundred and sixty acres 3 Mi miles from Waynesville, improved twenty acres in pasture, at $115.00 per acre. Rents for $900.00 per annum Terms easy. C. H. JONES, 116 S. 7th St., Springfield, 111 U. G. SLAUGHTER. FINE PORTRAIT PAINTER LANDSCAPING, WATER COLOH painting. All Kinds of Scenic Pa.in ting. SEE me for Special Work 125 North Water St. Decatur, 111. Illinois Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Company C. B. Reichelt F. C. Kirkgesnei 326 South Sixth St fancy dry cleaning ani Dyeing In ALL IU HRANOHES PRE and REPAIRING Goods called for and delivered. Join our $1.00 per month Club, Old phPne, 909: New; 1593. put enough stress ou the fact that immoral men are not tit for any. thing good. How can immoral ity be amicable with morality or its antagon siio • coi temp, rary.’’ We, make a loud noise about dancing eto. and the same fellows are adulterers in the first degree When our churches call for learn, ed and moral men only, they will have risen to that pinnacle in the ‘‘firmament’1 along side with the mighty denominations.