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1^*" Society and Local |"^|
Now is Your Chance. Hut a lot in in Wilber force, Greco Co., Ohio, the Mecca of Prosperous and Fashionable Negroes 1H7 iots have been subdiTided out of “The 'boiler 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 is the time to buy as an iiiTcstment A W. NAYLOR & Co., Wilber force Green Co. (),. Dr .1. II MaGee Wes tern Manager, Springfield. Illinois. Plat etc can be seen together with other information at Forum office. City Attorney Roy M. Seely and Assistant States Attorney St. John Wines, were out of the city this week. Mrs. Dr. Ware accompanied by Miss Conway and Mrs. San. ford of Peoria, left for Niagara Trails, Thursday. Mr. Potter, superintendent of | the State Insurance Department has returned from Toronto, Cm ada, where he went to investi- j gate the Canadian insurance regulations, Rev. T. L. Smith of Quincv was in the city this week. The articles on Mississippi by the editor on ‘‘Jim Crow. Our Trip and Colored People of Ox. ford,” will begin next week sure. Mrs. Hudson accompanied by her grand daughter, left Thurs day morning lor Niagara Palls. Miss Annie Nelson of Chicago, attr nded the Odd Fellows and Masonic conventions in this city. She was the guest of Mrs. J. C. Adams while in the city. Mesdames Muudey of Quincy, Bell of Chicago are in the city this week attending the O. E. S. and are the guests of Mrs. J- M, Mosby. ‘Up From Slavery," that fa mous book of Booker T. Wash ington. that made such a hit in this country and Europe, is for sale at Simmons' for only 50c. The former price was $ 1.50. Died suddenly this week. Mrs. Coikery of this city, inteinnnt was made in Oak Ridge. Andrew Russelll. Our Candidate for State Treas urer. Delmonico Cafe One of the best in city 107 S. 8th St under new Management. Regular Meals - 20o Sundays - 25s We 'invite the public and we will •erve you nicely and promptly. El). JASPER Furnished rooms at 410 E. Madison Street, Springfield, Illinois. Mr*. J. E Smith. Proprietress. Telephone, new, 1457. Officers ElectedO.E S. The following officers were elected and installed by the grand chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, which has been in session here in connection with th<* meet ing of the colored Knights Tem plar: Grand royal matron, Mrs. Hat lie Woolridge, Chicago; grand ro^’al patron, William E, Berry, 3hi -ago, grand associate matron, Mrs. Blanche Charleston, St. Paul, Minn,; grand associate pa iron, J. B. McCrary, Metropolis; grand secretary, Mrs. Louise U. Webb, Chicago; grand treasurer, Mrs. Luetta Lee, Champaign; grand conductress, Mrs, C, O. Lewis, Cairo; grand associate conductress, Mrs. Jennie Brooks Buxton, Iowa; grand lectuier, Mrs. Mollie Green, Chicago. Married last week at the resi leuce of the bride, 1127 E Mad. son, Owen Moseley and Georgia Vlaynon. Rev. Wm, W< od effic ated. Mrs. Susan Davis of the H. H. )f Ruth was presented a beauti ful jewel by the various bodies for valiant services rendered. Geo. Beard and Dr. Ware were m Petersburg Friday. They also Ute tided the Chautauqua at Old Salem. Miss Addie Duncan has moved her grocery to 10th and Washing ton streets, where she hopes to have the continued patronage of her many friends. Jerry Jackson died this week interment at Oak Ridge. Com plete account and history next issue. The Capitol City Musical Union will meet at Grace M E. Church, Tuesday evening at 8:15 p. m. Misses Rose and Mary Bellamy returned this week from an ex. tended visit in Chicago, Pauline, their sister, returned with them for a month’s stay A J. Young, who fractured a leg a few weeks ago is much im pioved and will soon be able to be up and about William Head, who was para lvzed oti the 5th of May is inca pacitated from work Base Ball FAS vs. LEAN At ELKHART Wednesday, Aug. 28. DRUGS And Medicines ALWAYS THE Choice»t And Best. At Clarkson’s, lietnember ihe place, 213 South Sixih Str«#t. Tne Dreaming Pa.rk Saloon. Fine Wines and Liquors Schlitz Famous Beer a Specialty. Furnished Room* with Bath up stairs. 809 East Washington Street. Chas. Anderson & L. E, Arbuckle. Proprietors. Capital City ■= Pantitorium Fine Tailoring-Latest Styles of the Season on Hand ... Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing Ladies’ Garments a Specialty 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed—Goods Called for and Delivered Monthly Terms Given pj-^Qj-^0g • | Hell 535 Monthly Terms * I Inter-State 99 Given 104 S. 4th St. - - SPRINGFIELD, ILL. J. W. Slaughter. Prop. Champion Shoe Repair Shop Your Old Shoes Made Like New j By our Modern Repairing Machines Have Your Soles Sewed on while you wait by the CHAM- | PION SEWING MACHINE, which makes your Shoes look I like New. also make them flexible and easy on the feet and wear better than Nails or Pegs and cost but little more. est ^ White ^ Oak ^ Leather ^ Used All WarK Guaranteed Fi rst-Class Shoes Called for and Delivered Promptly. ~ Andrew J. Gordon The up To-Date shoe Man 822 E. Washington St. - Springfield, 111.