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A Grand Entertainment There will be a Grand Leap "Year Entertainment given by Lincoln Monument Lodge Number 1824 G. U. O. of O. F, Wednesday Evening May 27th at Masonic Hall 117-li9 N. 8th st. An excellent program will be rendered consisting of instru mental and vocal solos by some of the best local talent. Re freshments served of all the delicacies of the season. Music will be furnished by Odd Fellows’ Orchestra Come one. come all and enjoy the treat of your life. Grand March will begin promptly at lo o'clock. We cheer, fully extend a cordial invitation to all fraternal bodies of our fcy. Admission 25c. Committee: A. BENDER G. I. Martin A. Randolph P. W. Clay Robt. Washington Capitol City Lodge, No. 12, K. of P., meets every second and fourth Mon day night of each month in Masonic hall on North Eighth street. Specia' meetings made known by K. of R & S.. I hereby announce myself a candi date for nomination for the office of state’s attorney, subject to the deci sion of the Democratic voters of San gamon County. THOMAS L. JARRETT. SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES. Every Sunday. St. Paul, 622 E. Mason St., Rev. T. Price, pastor. Union, 12th & Mason Sts., Rev. C. S. Manuel, pastor. Zion, 9th and Carpenter, Rev. Wil liams, pastor. Evangelical Lutheran Holy Trinity, loth St., between Washington and Jef ferson S>ts., Rev. Jas. H. Doswell, pastor. Pleasant Grove, 18th and Cass, Rev. Bloodworth, pastor. St. John, 14th and Mason Sts., Rev. J. Bundy, pastor. New Hope, 8th and Miller, no regular pastor. Grace M. E„ 14th and Brown Sts., Rev. J. M. SMALLEY, I’astor. Sunday School at all the churches; 1 the public invited to attend. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. . Call at Thompson’s, 815 East Wash ingtun st. for colored papers. FOR CORONER. I hereby announce myself a candi date for coroner of Sangamon County, subject to the decision of the Repub lican primaries, Aug. 8th, ’08. JOHN C. CANFIELD. ! HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY A HOUSE LOT IN BOSTON hwimh °tSh' ,Jhe lots are situate. in the best residential section of th. Suburbs of Boston. Best electric an. railroad service. Nothing like it ar. offered to investors. In a short tim. these lots will be selling for 20 time. as much as you pay for it today. Onh a few lots selling for $10. Full infor mation by E. L. Rogers, Agent. G.EDW. BAUMANN 4 4 * CHA3. T. BAUMANN Baumann Bros.... Prescription | Druggists. ; (I)eutsche Apotheke) Corner 7th and Washington Sts Both Phones 654 Your Patronage solicited. $1.50 to East St. Louis every Sal urday and Sunday ILLINOIS TRACTION SYSTEM You may give news matter or mo ney you have for the Forum to Miss Daisy Donaldson; also all kinds o typewriting; orders for colored papers ^ St. Augustine’s Mission. 1420 South Grand Ave., East. Ser vices every Sunday. Sunday School 4 p. m.; Divine se.rvices, 7:45 p. m All are invited. Conducted by Re' V eteran’s Meeting. Meeting in honor of the Civil and Spanish-American war Veteran at St. Paul A. M. E. chnrch Sunday night May 24. Religious services by Rev T. I rjce Song, by the choir, Prof. Geo. W. Donnegan choriseer. Address by comrade A. Johnson, of ihe cival war. Paper, Mrs, Kate Johnson "My eperience in Cuba,” Lieuten ant Richard C Rtss Co. H. 8th Reg iment 111. National Guard. Offering Benediction. If you desire special write-ups of social or church affairs, with all details, no condensation, etc., see the manager, as there will be some charges. Mrs. J. T. Wynne leaves tomor for Princeton, Ky., for six weeks vis it with relatives. B. H. Bellamy, first year senior, Arkansas Baptist College, Little Rock, Ark., arrived home last Sun day—every year on his return he is brighter and on the completion next year of his four years’ course, he will enter upon the study of law. Mrs. Qteenie Taylor, of Ottumwa, was in the city several days this weed. Please don’t put the collectors off by telling them you want to see the editor. We employ them because we have not time for that ourselves, When the collectors come, pay them. .Read— TOMORROW MAO JZJN A medium of new thought—Learn fundamental thinking, logical deduct ions and science. A high class • magazine of transcendent ideas for j literature and further instruction and . information. 1 Write WALTER H. SERCOMBE, Sociologist Instructor, ! 139~14T K 56_St,_1t-m|_Phicag°> 111 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 to 1 attend these services. Rev. Jas. H. Dos well, Pastor. ciiicagoASi/tox ry. time'H^'iable Northbound. Arrive. 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E. church. 14 and Brown Streets, Tneaday June 2nd, at which time the public is solicited. It promis es to be the funniestand most en joyable of the season. The price will be 10 cents for admission. A. C. Cornell IOC Meals They Can’t be Beat 111 South 7th St.