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Now is Your Chance. Ruy a lot in in Wllberforcc, Green Co., Ohio, Hie Mecca of Prosperous and Fashionable Negroes 187 iots have been subdivided out of “Tlie .-borler 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 $260.00. Now is the time to buy as an investment. A YV. NAYLOR & Co., Wilber force Green Co. (),. Dr J. H. MaG««. Wes tern Manager, Springfield, Illinois. Plat etc can be seen together with other information at Forum office. H. A. Watkins of Decatur was in the city Sunday. American Hair Grower for sale at Clarkson’s drug store. Clarence Liggins made a flying trip to Detroit, Chicago and other frigid points Sunday. Wm Snowden, who has been in Chicago for the past year, came home Friday morning. Mrs. Thomas Steele of N. 2d street, wTas called to Chicago last week on the account of the death of her father. Miss Gra\res of Humbolt, Kan, is in the city, the guest for two or three weeks of her sister, Mrs. William Smith of S. 8th St. Miss Helen Harvey leaves to morrow for Moberly. Mo., her home after about one month’s visiting her relatives on S- 17th St Miss Susie Gray of Bessemer. Ala., a school teacher iq the high school of that place, is vis iting Mrs LI. G. Cabbel of Sou'll 14th St. * Miss Fiances Parker, teacher at Summer High School, St Lou is. is spending her vacation in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs Richard Ross William Smith of S. 8th St. sustained several minor injuries this week by a runaway team, The effect of the accident, how ever, is not serious. Miss Fanny Kane of Harris burg is visiting in the city and is the guest of Miss Nar.mi Wash ington and Mrs. Ada Taylor, 1202 E Mason St. Mrs. C E. Hatcher of W* Jef ferson St entertained last Friday a few of her friends in honor of her visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Dyszart of Chicago. Quite a pleasant time is reported. J. L. Brown, of political fame of Cairo, is in the city. Brown is authority on political prognos tications for Alexander Co-, but so far he is reticent. His object in the city, it is presumed, is to see how the political market val ues are running. John Perkins returned week before last from Fayette, Mo-, where he went to attend the Grand Lodg3 Sessson of Missouri of K. of P's. He visited several other cities and reports having spent a pleasant trip. Delmonico Cafe One of -the best in city 107 S. 8th St under new Management. Regular Meals ... 20c Sundays .... 25c We tinvite the public and we will nerve you nicely and promptly. ED. JASPER Furnished rooms at 416 E Madison Street, Springfield, Illinois. Mrs. J. E Smith, Proprietress. Telephone, new, 14"»7. Petersburg News. William Wright and wife visit ed Jacksonville, Sunday. Cora Davis is visiting in Bloom ington this week. Rubie Gaines was the guest of Bertha Smith of Springfield. Ed Motley was the guest of his wife Sunday. Mrs. Lula Wade and son Jones of Springfield, vis'ted friends here, Sunday. Mis. Daniel Davis has return ed from a visit in Bloomington. E. EL Simpson of Havana, and C. B, Davis were Springfield vis itors, Sunday. Geo. Tate of Des Moines, Ta,, is here visiting his father, James Motley. Mrs. Chas. Gaines is visiting in Paris, Mo. Mrs. Sylvester Penick and family of Tallule, visited her parents, Sunday. Fred Penick visited in Spring field, Sunday. Mrs Bettie Adams is seriously ill at this writing. Notice. Being out of the city as the July Voice was ready, the supply was not had. The August num ber and probably some of July will be here this month. An August Outing. On Wednesday. Aug. 28. there will be given a picnic at Elkhart Grove, where all may go and en joy an all day stay. A game of ball between the lean and fat men, swings, races, etc., will be the diversions. Tbe aim is to have a tirst-class affair in evtry way and have it all day so the people can take a rest, carry their baskets if they so desire and enjoy a day ir the cool. The particulars will appear later and by big bills. Don't borrow the Forum. Forum promises to be one of the very best advertising mediums tv DRUGS And Medicines ALWAYS THE Choicest And Best. At Clarkson’s, Remember the place, 213 South Sixth Strsst. The Dreaming Park Saloon. Fine Wines and Liquors Schlitz Famous Beer a Specialty. Furnished Rooms witii Bath upstairs. 809 East Washington Street. Chas. Anderson & L. E, Aubuckle, Proprietors. Capital City -.—.—= Pantitorium Fine Tailoring-Latest Styles of the Season on Hand . . . Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing Ladies’ Garments a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed—Goods Called for and Delivered Monthly Terms Given Monthly Terms -ate 99 Given 104 S. 4th St. - - SPRINGFIELD, ILL. J. W. Slaughter, Prop. Champion Shoe Repair Shop Your Old Shoes Made Like New By our Modern Repairing Machines Have Your Soles Sewed on while you wait by the CHAM PION SEWING MACHINE, which makes your Shoes look like New. also make them flexible and easy on the feet and wear better than Nails or Pegs and cost but little more. Best ^ White ^ Oak ^ Leather ^ Used All WarK Guaranteed First-Class Shoes Called for and Delivered Promptly. Andrew J. Gordon The up To-Date shoe Man 822 E. Washington St. - Springfield, 111.