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GRAND RECEPTION
Tuesday, September 10.
AT MASONIC HALL
At the grand reeep ion at Masonic hall on Tuesday evening,
September 10. The following very excellent program will be
rendered under the auspices of Shiloh Court No. 1, given in honor
of the delegates and visitors of the Grand Court of Heroines of
Jericho. Will commence promptly at 8:30 p m.
M usic.Orchestra
Invocation..
Music.Orchestra
Heading.Miss Matilda Walker 1
Piano Duet.Misses Ethel and Edith White
Baritone Solo. G. W J , Fred Douglas, Unity, III
heading .Mrs Carrie Lee Hamilton, our own elocutionist
Piano Solo.Miss M. Yates!
Welcome Addros .Mrs. E. O McKiuney, M. A. M
Voice .Mrs. D O. Yates
Response to Welcome.G.M.A.M , Ida McIntosh Dempcy
Music...Orchestra
Remarks by visiting grand officers.
Admission only 25c,
J. G. MoOlain - Miss M. Walker
Chairman Committee, Secretary.
PETERSBURG ILL.
Mrs. Landon Davis visited in
Springfield Sunday.
M ss Ddina Crawford of Bloo.
mmgton is visiting her grand
mother Reed.
Mrs Chas. Gaines has return,
ed from her visit it) Paris Mo.
Bdward m >tt.iey of Deeatui
was a visitor her a Sunday.
James mo"ley has returned tc
C i iselville Ky..
Rev. Webster attended the
W >odriver Association at Jack
sonville last week.
Clay Williams of Jacksonville
is here visiting.
Miss Birtha Sin th of Spring,
field, who has been visiting her
sister, returned Sunday.
M ss Marie Gaines is on the
sick list.
B >ru to Mr and Mrs. Edward
Mottley Tuesday eve. a daughter
A Reception.
Mr. Mrs. Clias Force of 1415 Fast
■lu-kson St. entertained Monday af
ternoon from '{ to 5 o’clock for C.
Cooper and wife of Chicago and Wm
Hnrleigh of st Louis. Ot Iters pres
ent were: .) Warren and” wife
An enjoyable time was bad
Mrs-E. B. Smith, of 1101 E.
Jefferson St . is visiting relatives
and friends in Quine.) . A party
composed of Mrs. Smith, her
father. Rev. T L Smith and
Miss Elizabeth Smith leave Son
day for an extended trip to Wa«-h
iugton. D. C., to attend the Na
tional Baptist convention,
Hon. Jehu C Dancy, R» carder
of Deeds, District of Columbia,
has been invited to speik here
on emancipation Dav.
Major George W. Ford, in
clmf ire of Camp Butler neat Riv
er* has returned from Bos
ton v,;eie he spent ten days.
Grov. Deneen.
Our candidate for re-election.
Pronounced to be one of the
ablest and most sagacious men
u u t!ie stale.
i
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Andrew Russell,
Our candidate for State Treas
urer, one of the most popular
n.tnin tne state.
The Dreaming
PARK - SALOON
Pine Wines and Liquors
Schli 7, Famous Beer a Specialty
Furnished Rooms with Bath up staiis
In C mnection with their Saloon Business, the following
Bill of Fare is served.... .
Oat Meal 5c Wheat Cakes 5c Fish 5c Liver Be
B iked Bjaus 5c Pigs Feet 5c Bacon and Eggs 1 lc
Ham and Eirirs 10c Lamb Chops 10c Veal Chops 10c
Pork Chops 10c Steak 10c Broad, Butter
and Potatoes, included.
809 E. Washington fat.
Dhas. Anderson & L. E. Arbuckle, Proprietors.
J. w. McKinney
MERCHANT TAILOR
Suits Made to Order, all Kinds and styles
--Prices to Suit You
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pres&icg
I Guarantee Satisfaction.
Work Promptly Turned Out.
Pantatorium Department a Specially.
J. W. KINNEY, Proprietor,
116 S. Seventh St., Springfield, Id.
The Elite Bar I
WHITE FRONT |
I The finest brands of Wines and Liquors—Choicest domesiic and ;
Imported Cigars. Best guides of Beer always ice cold. ;
High Glass Saloon with
With High G-rade Goods.
Merchants’ Lvinch
From 11:00 a. m, to 1.30 p. m.
| Business and Professional Men's
j Headquarters.
Ed (Kid) Lee, W. F. (Bill) Blackwell, !
Proprietor, Dispenser
Old Telephone 2104 - - - 707 E. Washington St.
Springfield, Illinois. jj
==Circ\jl action Counts==
The Forum has reached a high point in ciiculaiion and has |
some of the best articles by seme of the best writers, i;
It is a high class weekly «*f fact and opinion—strong Cun ;
I servative ediorials on all subj cts of importance— i
Religion is; do right—Politic*, Republ can, (conservative) \
Uncompromising tor right, justice and liberty.
’ One Year, $ .50; One Month, 15c.
j Agents wanted in all towns,
! Copies for sale at Negro business houses.
Advertising iate» in paper.
For further particulars, write
E. L Rogers, Mgr. 305 1-2 S. 6th St j
Springfeld, » -Illinois o

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