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Clothes to Fit..... iYou want your clothes to fit; ' we won’t sell them if they don’t Hart schaffner & Marx clothes are made to fit; they’re tne best cloches made; all-wool, all tailored and tailored right. Fall styles are now ready Children’s Department Suits, $2.50 to $12 Overcoats, $2 to $15 - Sweaters, 60c to $2 Caps, 26c to 50c AMERICAN HAIR GROWER $1.50 ii> lint S., Louis every f>ai urday and Sunday ILLINOIS TRACTION sysTRM Divine Services at the Evangelical Lutheran Holy Trinity Church. On Fifteenth between Washington and Jefferson streets. Bible Reading. 11 to 12 a. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. Instruction In the chief parts of the Christian doctrines every Wednesday at 8 p. m. One and all are cordially invited t» attend these services. Rev. Jas. H. Doswell, Pastor. G.KDW. BAUMANN * 9 CHAS. T. BAUMANN Baumann Bros.... Prescription Druggists. (I)eutsehe Apotlieke) jS Corner 7th nnrl Washington StsB Both Phones 654 5 Your patronage solicited jj 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, Jefferson. —-- I '>on’t borrow the Forum. FOR SALE. De Witt Couny, Illinois—Waynesville. One fine piece of residence property. Modern house in good condition $450.00. Easy terms. One hundred and forty-five acres rich farm land in fine state of cultiva- ; tion. one mile from Waynesville, no house. $150.00 per acre, easy terms. One hundred and sixty acres 3*4 miles from Waynesville, improved, twenty acres in pasture, at $115.00 per acre. Rents for $900.00 per annum. , Terms easy. • C. H. JONES, 116 S. 7th St.. Springfield. 111. The Stalwart Pro" tective League. Meets First Monday of each Month at Odd Fellow’s Hall, South Fifth Street. R. S. DONALDSON, Pres. DR. J. H. MAGEE, Secy. Local Fditor and ‘Ad’ Solicitor. We have secured Walter Clark, a brisrht and promising young man, [waiter at the Leland] to write *oine local matter, such as church doinsg. personals, etc , and advertismpnts. We hope you will have him at your affairs, public and private, so that he may mahe note of the same. Subscribe for the Forum. fcLiS-J._* Dandruff Is Mean Stuff to get .out of the scalp; and yet if it is not removed It Will Make the Hair Fall Out. There’s no use trying to resurrect dead hair; clean ttie scalp—and keep it clean—before the hair begins to fall out. AMERICAN HAIR GROWER Is the article best adapted to keep hair > in prime condition. Kaert bottle is Guaranteed to give satis faction. Price 25 Cents. For Sale By All Druggists. H'orum promises to be one of the very best advertising mediums Some Prominent Colored Men. H. K Wilson. — Mr. H. K: Wilson, residing at 1015 Patton Ave.,is a product of what may be termed a ‘‘prominent” man wor thy of note. He is a business man of success—a tinner of the first rank, whose office is 318 N. 5tn St . in property owned by himself. H • began business penniless and now commauds a good trade; was able to give his sons, Crawfor and Herman, em ployment besides teaching them the trade, which ihey b >h learned. His residence at 1015 Patton Ave. is a real modern one capacious and airy-furnace, heat, water, gas, electricity and tele phone connections; is two siories with large stairway, and one. 'f not the finest, colored residence in Springfield M>'. Wilson is a cover man and rejoices to see young people d » something. He is 61 years oid, but lo ks t<> be about 48 or 50 He g ves rnnpie credit to his estimable wife for their now elvsian condition and beautiful home. Dinner Party. M rs. Emma Brewington gave a dinner party at her lovely resi dence on W. North Grand Ave., on Sunday Nov. 24. in honor of Mrs. G Johnson of Quincy. Her pretty little home was lit up beautifu ly, and as she makes everyone who crosses her tnresh hold welcome, all enj »yed the evening. Mr H. Petit held all present spellbound for a few moments with s ime of his slight of hand performances. After slipper all left aft^r having spent a lovely • fternoon for their re>p-*c ive churches. Those present were, Mes lames Green Johnson, Henry Pettit Beitie Wa son, Miss Eda Smith, lessrs Henry Petit. Burrell, Joe Yaeger and Pam Brewington. N otice. All the colored employes of the State house, fire department, jost office or other business fur. wishing us with *2 00, with which ;0 have their cuts made (that has lot already been run) we will put »ame in our Xmas Number. FOR GOOD BREAD Try j Hartmann Brothers, 900-9o2E.*Wash. St. Hoth Tel 527 RE.ISCH BREWERY CO City Brewery Tiielr Bottle Beer is Fini BocK’s Special Can’t be Beat I Try it!