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Steam Dying, first-class repairing
and modern pressing establishment Leland Hotel Pantatorium.,.. BASEMENT LELAND HOTEL French Dry Cleaning, Steam Cleaning, 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 Louise Wilson. VGeneral Mgr. and Collector. Miss Snowden, graduate of the HIGH SCHOOL Is Prepared to do stenographic work of all | kind, see her or call at 305 south sixth ■■■■■■■aBKanHIHHHiHHHHi Buy Kansas Wheat Lands Direct from owner at bargain counter prices. Do you know that a single Crop o f wheat in Western Kansas will pay the purchase price of the land on which it is grown and profit besides? I have several thousands acres of ch oice wheat land in the counties of El lis, Trego, Grove, Wallace, Lane.Gree ley, Kearney and Morton bought ex ceedingly low during hard times whi ch I now want to close out at one# and which I offer to sell far below or We must not sr>n so much money on Excursions. dinary market prices. I WANT TO DEAL WITH PIJ1 CHASER DIRECT. Write me for full particulars ho w I can save you money. Lee Monroe, N. E. Corner Sixth and Ka nsas, Avenues, Topeka, Kansas. Calhoun Ave.—6 rooms, good cel lar, walks, well and cistern; $2000; $300 cash, bal. $18 and $20 per month. South Pasfleld St., 3 blocks south of Laurel St.—6 room house, good cement driveway, cement walks, good barn, good cellar cemented, with sewer, $2250; Bring us your typewriting and let ter-writing, rates good. Don’t wait to hear what the public thinks before you express your opin ion. Say what you think if you believe you are right St Augustine’s Mission. 1420 South Grand Ave., East. Ser vices every Sunday. Sunday School, 4 p. m.; Divine services, 7:45 p. m. All are invited. Conducted by Rev. J efferson. READ THE St, Louis Times. ONE of THE Coming dailies of Stat nou Partisan Men and Measures, r Please don’t put the collectors off by telling them you want to see the editor. We employ them because we hare not time for that ourselves, When the collectors come, pay them. VIRGIL MOTLEY, Solicitor. Time Table of Springfield Consolidated Railway Co. Cars for North Fifth street will leave Fifth and Monroe every 7% minutes from 6:07 a. m., until 8:00 p. m.; every 10 minutes from 8:00 p. m. until 11:20 p. m.; owl cars will leave at 11:4* p. m., 12:07 and 12:30 a. m. Cars for South Fifth street will leave Fifth and Monroe every 7% minutes from 6:07 a. m. until 7:45 p. Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:24 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11:48 p. m., 12:00 mid night and 12:24 a. m. Cars for North Seventh street leave Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:24 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11; 48 p. m.’ and 12:24 a. m. Cars for Spring street leave Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:08 a. m. until 11:20 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11:44 p. m., 12:08 and 12:30 a. m. Cars for East Carpenter street leave Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:08 a. m. until 11:20 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11:44 p. m., 12:07 and 12:30 a. m. Cars for South Grand avenue leave Fifth and Monroe every 15 minutes from 6:07 a. m. until 11:22 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11:45 p. m„ 12:07 and 12:30 a. m. Cars for Lawrence avenue leave Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m., until 11:36 p. m.; owl cars leave at 12:00 midnight and 12:30 a. m. Caps for North Ninth street leave Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:36 p. m. Cars for East Capitol avenue leave Fifth and Monroe every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:36 p. m.; owl cars leave at 12:00 midnight and 12:30 a. m. * Cars for South Eleventh and Rut ledge streets leave Fifth and Wash ington every 15 minutes from 6:07 a. m. until 11:22 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11:52 p. m. and 12:22 a. m. Cars for West Washington street leave Fifth and Monroe every 15 min utes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:15 p. m.; owl cars leave at 11:45 p. m. and 12:07 a. m. Cars for Governor street leave Fifth and Monroe every 15 minutes from 6:07 a. m. until 11:22 p. m.; owk cars leave at 12:30 a. m. Cars for South Eighth street leave Fifth and Monroe every 15 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:16 p. m. Decatur News. Dr. C. H. Jones of Springfield was in our vicinity several days last week on business and while here he look the contract of building five houses in Decatur. Four of these are five room houses and ore I a? eigLt rooms. Dr. Jones also took in his charge while here, A. D. Cecil’s Carpet Cleaning Plant for sale, which is one of the best carpet cleaning | machines in Central Illinois. Dr. Jones is a man of business and intelligence, and w« only wish we had such moneyed men as Dr- Jones in the city of Decatur, and we think as Decatur is en titled to his wife, Mrs. Effie Grundey Jones, that Dr. Jones should move to Decatur, for a man of his ability can make any thing go, Tne contract for build ing these houses was given lo .Jnmes S. Hughes the Decatur contractor; one of our most skill ed and industrious mechanics We live in hope to see Dr.' Jones start a branch office of his busi ness in Decatur as he thinks he can not give up Springfield: Mrs. C. P. Gainaway, mother of H, C, Ganaway is in Chicago visiting her daughter and friends She is expected here the latter part of next week. Mrs. Geo. Nickens went to Ohio last week to visit relatives and friends She is expected to be gone for six weeks- % Mrs. Lillie Thorpe was in St. Louis last week attending the funeral of her grandmother. Miss Gussie Caldwell went to Chicago last week to visit her friends. She is expected to be gone for the rest of the summer. A. D. Cecil has a large con tract of Painting the Decatur Schools this year. Among them he has the Decatur High School and keeps seven men at work, wages ranging from $10 50 to $15.00 Jack Linston is still repairing his home on West Decatur St. Mr. Linston believes in things looking good around him. He has just finished putting the second coat of paint on, Miss Maggie Murrell, who has been in Washington, D- C., for the last three years as head teacher in English in the High School is at home for the rest of ihe snmmer. Miss Murrell gets $100.00 per month and all expert, ses and she worked her way through schoool, and is the only colored pupil that left Decatur High School with class honors. Mr. and Mrs- Jefferson Jack son have nice property at 512 S. flVni Rh cvnrl cho ic a. Hoiiitt.i ful house keeper and any time you are in Decatur and want a nice place to stop, call 1270 Old Phone, or call at 512 S. Church and she will make things pleas ant for you. Miss Jessie McMurray who has been traveling in the south for a firm in St. Louis is at home sick, but is some better at this writing. Wants Colored Trade An article which appeared in this paper some time ago rela tive to the Liou saloon an East Monroe street, charging colored people $1 for a glass of be«r was misleading some of the readers of the Forum who had thot Sie bert Bros., the great shoe men at 220 S. 6th street, did not covet colored trade. Mr. Siebert in forms us that he has a goodly colored trade and is glad of it and desires to have the continued good will and trade of the color ed people. He wants it distinct ly understood that he has noth ing to do with his brother's saloon nor the manner in which it is conducted. The Forum can vouch for Siebert Bros , the shoe men, as being as fine and as courteous young men as the city possesses. They carry the finest tot of up-to-date shoes of auy firm in the central pert of the state and desire to assure you all th<t they have no race prejudice. Yes, we invite you to Siebert’s and you will receive as good treatment as any one, regardless of race or class.