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Tipp Carter and Geo. Kenney, proprietors of Shady Side Poo! Room, 245 S. Park street, Deca tur—young men’s headquarters. A fine place to have a good time. Good conduct, tine cigars and to baccos. Call when iu Decatur. A. Barnes has a nice res taurant; 138 Franklin street, and invites you to call when in Deca tur Wiliiarn Moore is still at his barber business on S. State street in Decatur. The Hallowe'en Ball at Masonic Hall, Oct. 31, will be rich, rare and racy. You can’t afford to miss it. Mark Anthony is recovering from his recent illness. Take your best girl to the en tainment at Masonic Hall. Thurs day evening. Oct. 31. It is the real dope. Major Geo. W. Ford of Camp Butler was in the city Friday. Don’t miss the chance for a good tune. Life is too short—go to Masonic Hall, Oct. 31. Thomas Gibbs left Sunday for Chicago. His many friends hope he will soou return. Mrs Rogan left Sunday for ~her home in Decatur, You can see Miss Myrtle Osby and subscribe for the Forum, The fact that C. S. Gibbs fail ed to pass the law examination last week, should not in the least discourage him. but have a ten dency to give new inspiration and invigoration. More of our people will do well to attend the Lutheran church, Miss Lavina Watts entertained Sunday at her home several friends at dinner in honor of Miss Irene Stovall of Chicago. Don't forget the grand prize wallz and two-step at Masonic Hall Thursday evening, Oct. 31. Mrs. Sarah Lewis has returned from a pleasant visit in Peoria. Quarterly Meeting at St. Paul A m Fj. church Sunday Oct. 20. All the members and friends cirdialy invited to attend the services. Rev. E. T Cottman, Presid ing Elder, will be present. T. Price, Pastor NOTICE. The Willing Workers Industri al Fair of the Union Baptist church begins Monday, Oct. 21, and lasts until the 26th. Admis sion 10c each evening. There will be 2 prizes given ou the best cakes. All are welcome. Change of Program each evening. Miss Lizzie Taylor, Chairman Mrs. Fannie Grey. Sec’y. E L White has purchased the southeast corner lot at 15th and Adams streets. If you desire cornpetentdomes tic help, advertise in The Forum. Night School. Has been opened at Ambidex ter. Tuition; 3 nights per week $1.50 per month; 5 nights per week, $2.00 per month. Open to old and young. A Plate Party Mrs. H. H. Long, Hostess Last Wednesday evenine at their beautiful home on S. 17th St-, H. H. Long and wife enter tained a host of their friends to a novel plate party. One of the most pleasant times of the year was enjoyed. Each attendant presented Mrs. Long a beautiful plate. Refresh ments delicious and sumptuous were served. They left highly elated over so pleasant a stay and voted H. H. Long and wife thanks for their hospitality. The following is the Program:— ii/w. by; Piano selection, Mrs. Garrett: A. W. Naylor played a number of mu sical pieces, to the hearty enjoyment of all. Mr. Long also rendered a number of selections on his new auto tone Piano player. Those present were:— Dr. S. A. Ware and wife. Jno. Mos by, wife and daughter, A. M. Wil liams and wife, E. B Smith and wife C. K. Fields and wife. U. G, Cabbell and wife, T. Wynn and wife, Benj. Jackson and wife, Miss Nannie Hoi well Mrs. Hugh Calbert, Roy Smith Walter Calbert; Mr*. Garrett, A. W Naylor, Mrs. A. Mallory, Mrs. D. Elward, O. V. Royall, Mrs. Thomas Steele, Clarence Liggins, M. Jack son of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Long. Don’t Worry Club. Mrs. E. L. White of 1312 East Monroe, was hostess to the Don't Worry Club last Wekuesday in honor of her marriage anniver sary. There was a guessing contest of the capital of different states in the Union. Mrs. Matil da Jackson being the winner, she received a handsome vase, presented by the hostess. A Reception. A reception was given at the residence of Mrs, S. Works, vice president of the District Stew ardess’ convention, last Friday evetiiug, in honor of Mrs. Rogan, stewardess, of Decatur. The menu was toothsome, everytlrng in the season being served. All in attendance expressed them selves as having enjoyed the ! affair. C. H. Morgan, after a month’s vacation, resumed his work Sat. J urday, on the C. & A. Ry, Arthur Moss of Bloomington was in the city Saturday pros pecting . I Clarkson, Modern — Druggist 213 South Sixth Street. Pure Drugs and Toilet — Articles | Come v one * Come # all i _ Capital City .--= .—Pantitorium Fine Tailoring-Latest Styles of the Season on Hand . . . = Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing Ladies’ Garment* a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed—Goods Called for and Delivered Monthly Terms Given PVinrWJC • i Bel1 535 - Monthly Term* rUUUCD.jInler.Stale 99 “ Given 109 S. 4th St. • • SPRINGFIELD, ILL. J. W. Slaughter, Prop. SYNOPSIS OF GAME LAW. You can hunt and kill quail with gun, only between November 10th and De cember 20th, both inclusive, of each year. You must not kill any prairie chicken or grouse for a period of four years from the 1st of July, 1907, or any wild turkey, pheasant, or partridge for a period of six years from July 1, 1907. You must not net, trap or ensnare quail or prairie chicken, pheasants or partridges at any time or under any circumstances, unless authorized so to do by the State Game commissioner. You can kill woodcock and mourning doves only between August 1st and No vember 30th, both inclusive, of each year. You can kill grey, red, fox or black squirrels only between July 1st and No vember 15th. both inclusive, of each year. You can kill all kinds of snipe and plover only between September 1st and May 1st of each succeeding year. You can kill wild geese, ducks, and brant, and coots, rail or other water fowl from September 1st to April 15th, both inclusive, of each year. You must not kill wild geese, ducks, brant and other water fowl after sun down or before sunrise of each succeeding day. You must not kill wild geese, duck or brant or other water fowl from any steamboat, sailboat, electric or gasoline launch, or from any sink box or sneak boat or artificial blind in the open waters of this state. You must not kill wild geese, ducks, brant, quail, prairie chicken, grouse or squirrel for market or commercial pur poses. You must not sell or have in possession for the purpose of selling or transport for the purpose of sale, any wild geese, ducks, brant, quail, prairie chicken, grouse or squirrel that has been killed in the State of Illinois. You must not, at any time, kill more than 20 wild ducks, geese or brant, or more than 15 quails, or game birds of any one kind in one day. You must not kill, catch or have in possession, living or dead, any wild bird or part of bird, other than a game bird, except English sparrow, crow, crow blackbird or chicken hawk, and you must not purchase or expose such birds ror sale. You must not destroy or remove from the nests the eggs of any prairie chicken, grouse, quail, wild turkey, duck, goose or brant, or song birds. You can kill for commercial purposes and transport for sale or market all kinds of snipe, plover, mourning doves and rab bits. You must not offer for sale or trans port for the purpose of selling, any snipe or plover or mourning doves after the expiration of five days next succeeding the first day of the closed season; nor can you sell the same during the first two days of the open season. Inhabitants of this state can receive game coming from other states where it is lawful to kill and ship out of such states, and expose and sell on the market in said villages and cities such game be tween the 1st day of October and the 1st day of February of the following year. All license, whether resident or non resident, expires on the first day of June of each year. You must not use, or attempt to use, the license of another person, or in any man ner make any changes in any license for the purpose of transferring the same, un der penalty of prosecution for forgery. Owners of farm lands, their children or tenants, can hunt and kill game on their own farms during the open season when it is lawful to kill game, without procur ing such resident license, but they must not hunt beyond the lines of their own farm lands without a hunter’s license. The State Game Commissioner, his wardens or deputies, may hunt, ensnare or entrap game birds and animals nnd transport them to sections of the State where a scarcity of these game birds or animals exists, for the purpose of propa gating and restocking said section of the State. You must procure a license before hunt ing rabbits, but they may be killed and sold in any number and in all seasons of the year. N. 3,—Remember that the title to and ownership of all birds and game in the state is declared to be in the state. See Section 11 of the Game Law. JOHN A. WHEELER, State Game Commissioner. Springfield, 111.