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Miss B. Maie Boyd will give a musicale with the Union Baptist choir Christmas night st 8:15 o'clock in the auditorium of the Union Baptist church. All are cordially invited to come and en joy this evening of music. The Social Sunlight Circle will j keep open doors at the residence of Mrs. A1 Wilson, 1215 E, Jeff, erson street, from 3 to 8 p. m.t New Years day The Deaconness Board of the St. Paul A M. E, church was entertained at the residence of Mrs. Hattie Davis last Wednes day. The hostess servsd a love ly luncheon. Mrs. E J. McCoo and infant sou will arrive in the city Satur day, and vvill be the guest of their parents and grandparents. Miss Ethal White who took the first prize last fall at the flower show, was the recipient last week of a line variety of shrub bery. Tiie Ladies' Sewing Circle of the St. Paul church will meet the ! Ilrst Thursday in January at lhe| home of Miss Mary Maxwell, I 1417 E. Capitol Ave C. P. White after finishing up his preparatory course at Willis, ton, Seminary at East Hampton, Mass., will enter a three year law course in Boston next fall. The poem of Mrs. E L. White will appear in our New Years edition A report received from J. W. Slaughter Wednesday stated that his mother was not. much im. proved The International Order of Twelve gave an entertainment in Masonic Hall Monday evening. Mr. Ralph and Miss Grace Hol man rendered excellent voice pieces. Article on the ‘•Clansman," by l> M. Jones will appear next is. sue, as much of our copy is car-! rmrl nuai1 The Crispus Attucks Club gave their m uden banquet at Brown & Neal’s hall, last Tuesday even ing. Several eulogies ou great men were said. Full aecouuut next week. Horace Nowell of Greenville. Ill', arrived in the city, a few days ago and may locate here— he is welcome. If you desire a well-made pair of Trousers or a Suit, call at Mr. Gray’s in the Franklin Building He is quite a pleasant man and will appreciate your trade. Roy Smith has arrived in the city to spend the holidays with his mother and sisters. WANTFD, roomers. Good service, convenience and heat. Mrs. G. H McDaniels, 1 ls44 N. 7th St. Mrs. Lncy Young is fast im. proving in health after a siege of more than five weeks illness. Masonic hall is the place to go Christmas night to meet and wish all of your many friends a merry Xmas. There will be many vis. ilors present. In 10 years secretary • Jas. A. Rose has received and paid over into the State Treasury $3,225,. 173 3s. x v> Piano and Voice Lessons V» Miss B Maie Boyd, 1101 E. Jefferson Street. Christmas services. At the Evangelical Lutheran Holy Trinity Church, 1 5 bet. Washington and Jelferson Srtcets Wednesday morning, Dec 25 6 a. m. Christmas sermon with the-celebration of holy commun ion. Thursday evening. Doc. 26th - at 8 p- m. the Christmas tree ex ercises will take piace. An op. p.iopriate Christmas program will be delivered by the Sunday school and the Christmas oration by the pastor loci. Mrs. G. G. Bates will preside at the organ. Sunday. Dec. -9, there will also be a Christmas service at 8 p. m. aud on Tuesday Dec. 31st at 8 p. m. there will be New Year’s service, The pastor would be glad to have oue and all attend the above mentioned services. Remember you are always welconed in this church- This is a time of the year that each and every one should join in the one chorus, singing, “Glory be to God in the highest, aud on earth, peace good will toward all men.” This is the time we celebrate the birth, day of our Saviour, Jesus Ciir'St. This is the day our Lord God, has made, let us rejoice and be | glad therein. Jas. H Dos well, Pastor ; ___ New Year Attraction See the Pettit's wonderful and refined magic act in the black profession* Also the magic D. or giving a series of original ex periments in pure ledgerdemaiue These marvelous performances, assistee by the best local t alent will be seen f't the Masonic hail Wednesday night. January Is*, 19G8 . Emancipation Celebration. The Celebration of the Email, cipation proclamation will be | held at Grace M. E. church Jan. 1st, 1908. Appropriate exerciees will be carried out. Musical, speaking, etc. The public are cordially invitee. Services at Grace M. E church Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school 9 a m., Ep worth League 6:40 p, m. You are invited. Rev. Fulghem, Pastor Don’t forget to take your wife or your best girl to Masonic hall Christmas nignt, Dec. 25, as a good time is assured to all. The Mite Missionary Society of St. Paul A. M E. church, was entertained by Mrs. Donagan. ...BUY YOUR... Christmas Presents Where you can get satisfaction in Quality, Style and Price. That’s at CliARKSON’S And it means everything in any ol the following lines: Razors, shaving Sets, Perfumes and Toilet Water, Brushes of all kinds, Manicure Sets, Fountain Pens, Toilet Cases and Combs, Bill Books. Triple and Hand Mirrors, lJipes and Cigara, travelers’ Roll Ups, smoking sets, Hand Bags and Purses. Start Your xmas Shopping Soon Remember ClarRson can only be foundat the MODERN DRUG STORE, 213 South Sixth Street. Capital City —;-= = —— Pantitorium Fine Tailoring-Latest Styles of the Season on Hand . . . Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Repairing Ladies' Garments a specialty • satisfaction Guaranteed—Goods Called for and Delivered J Monthly Terms Given PV,Annc • \ Hel1 535 Monthly Terms ITllOneS . j Inter.state 99 ‘ ‘ Given jj ■ 109 S. 4th St. - • SPRINGFIELD, ILL. J. W. Slaughter. Prop. A Talk by the Editor CARLOCK’S SHOP FOR MEN is the most unique place to be seen in tiie city. Ilis prices are not high its the quality Ladies, lie lias as beautiful assortment of gifts for men as you could desire. These will win him if all else fail Just call and see for yourself They are very clever and courteous Is pleased to wait on you. CARLOCK’S 227 South Sixth Street. _ I A. C. Cornell 10c Meals They Can’t be Beat 111 South 7th St. Isaac Boyd will leave for Ala bama on the 23, to spend the olidrys with eis mother. First Ward Grocery Store Cor. 14th and Jefferson Sts. Is where we are pleased to recom mend you to trade. They carry a full line of»the choicest G-rocenes & Produce They give satisfaction to customers, and courtesies Many excellent Xmas articles are to be found here. Candies. Candiesi Mr. Higgins, Prop.