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Prichard M. Sullivan
For tHe Legislature. Thinks Record and Services to Party and Party’s Tenets Entitles him to Place. R M. Sullivan, one of the young Republicans of this coun. ty, who is less than 40 years of age, has the following record on which he predicates his fitness to fill the place and services which he feels entitle him to the recognition; During his can. vas for county treasurer in 1902, stumped the county for him self and the entire ticket, was elected, served four years, has worked ever since for the party, has never done anything against the party’s success, regardless of personal differences and factional affiliations. Has served in various capacities wherein it required untiring efforts and arduous work. Mr. Sullivan is making a strenuous campaign; has a large number of personal friends who are assisting him in his cam. n ft i cr n He only asks support on the grounds that he is a citizen, an American qualified elector of this district, a staunch Repub lican, a co-worker in the party and on his record and because he has a right, as every other man 21 years of age, has to as. pire for office, he offers no apologies—that he is as good a Re publican as any one of his opponents, and believes he can as well represent this district. Miss Birdie Sharpe of the western pari of the city, was in disposed this week. yet. He was accompanied to this city by Mr. Peoples a:so of Pike couuty. Mrs. Arminta Davis Ryder who spent one weeek here, house keeping for her mother. Mrs Su-'an Davis, N. 4th St., who spent last week week in Quincy, attending the session of the Tab. ernacle and Temple, returned to Chicago last Sunday. Mrs. Barksdale’s city locals, Bloomington and several other matter leftover for next week. St. Paul’s Sunday’s annual picnic will he held Thursday, Aug. 6th, as Lincoln Park. Everyone is cordially invited v KNIGHTS of PYTHIANS. At last the rejoicing news is re ceived that we are to have an uni form rank. James H. Johnson, Dis trict Deputy Grand Chansellor is In charge of the work and says it is a go. Ail Knights of Pythians in this district desiring to become members will please write Mr. Johnson at the Post Office or see Mr A Inert Walk er at ttie Odd Fellews Bldg, at once. A worker. C. S. Gibbs and Otis B. Duncan left Wednesday for Quincy*. H. H. Long and Jas. H. Johnson are striving to organize the Uniform Rank among the Pythians here. The celebratioh at Lincoln promis es qo be a grand affair. Don’t miss it. Aug. 4th. Deneen’s a winner by 40,000 On Thursday afternoon, July 23, at. their residence, 1206 East Madison street, Mrs. A. J. Young tendered her daughters,' Misses Ethel and Althea Blackwell, a reception in honor of their graduation and birthday anniversaries. The afternoon was spent in games and social conversation. About fifteen were present. The hostess served dainty re freshments, after which all departed, expressing themselves as having spent a pleasant afternoon. Those present were Lucy Hinton, Amelia and Justine McKinney, Hazel Davis, Lotie Poston, Hortense Mosby, Bertha Burton, Es teila Price, Susye Wade, Beulah John son, Daisy Hennington and Agnes Rhoades, Messrs. Oliver J. and George Singleton and Harvey Blackwell. The Misses Blackwell were the recipients of beautiful presents. At Irwin's Park. August 5th. Jpro^ram,.. Miss Hrooks, the Marvelous Harpist will render Solos that have charmed the Music loving World. Her services are con stantly in demand. Miss Herman, a rising young star from Jacksonville and a fa vorite in Springfield is prepar ing some new work for this occasion. Miss Mabel Johnson leading Pianist of St Paul. Minn., will render selections that promise 1 to startle and mystify, and Ed. and h iank will do the rest. I hey will come direct from Jacksonville here and will pos itively not show in Lincoln on the 4th. This is your chance to hear and see them. The Orchestra Music at Night will be well worth the attendance of everyone TIME TABLE OF THE S PHI > GFIE LI) C(» SOL ID ATED RAILWAY CO. Cars leave Fifth and Monroe streets as follows: For North Fifth street every 10 min utes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:20 p. m. Owl cars at 11:40 p. m., 12:07 and 12:30 a. m. For South Fifth street every 10 ; minutes from 6:05 a. m. until 11:25 p. in. Owl cars at 11:45 p. m., 12:07 and 12:30 a. m. For South Second street, every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:24 p. m. Owl cars at 11.48 p. m., 12:00 mi nigm ana a. m. Fcr North Seventh street every 12 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:24 p. m. Owl cars at 11:48 p. m. and 12:24 a. m. For Spring and East Carpenter street every 12 minutes from 6:08 a. m. until 11:20 p. m. Owl cars at 11:44 p. m., 12:08 and 12:30 a. m. For South Grand avenue every 15 minutes from 6:22 a. m. until 11:22 p. m. Owl cars at 11:45 p. m., 12:07 and 12:30 a. m. For Lawrence avenue every 12 min utes from 6:00 a. m. until 11.36 p. m. Owl cars at midnight and 12:30 a. m. For East Capitol avenue every 12 minutes from 6:12 a. m. until 11:36 p. m. Owl cars at midnight and 12:30 a. m. For North Ninth street every 12 minutes from 6r30 a. m. until 11:24 p. m. i For West Washington street every 15 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:15 ip. m. Owl cars a tll:45 p. m. and 12:07 a. m. For Governor street every 15 min utes from 6:07 a. m. until 11:32 p. m. Owl cars at 12:30 a. m. For South Eighth street every 15 minutes from 6:00 a. m. until 11:30 p. m. Owl cars at 11.37 and 11:52 p. m., and 12:30 and 12:52 a. m. Cars leave Fifth and Washington: Fcr South Eleventh street, every 15 minutes from 6:07 a. m. until 11:52 p. m. Owl cars at 12:22 and 12:52 , a. m. On Monday, August 3, a recep tion will be tendered Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Ezy at New Hope Baptist church. You will miss a treat if you fail to attend' A most excellent program of music and addresses will be rendered by some of the best talent of the city. Admission 25c. Refresh ments free. Everybody cordial ly invited to attend. a Messrs. Horace L Wiggins and J. A. Jones left last week for New York in their auto, be ing accompanied to Peoria by their wives, and as far as Kank akee by Mr. Gus Howard, the shautfeur. They go to the East ern metropolis for the purpose of seeking plans relative the er ection of the new 10 story Le iaria. Mr Howard returned Saturday via C- and A. A. B. Cochran is the one of the best men you can select for coroner Dr. J. A. Wheeler for State Central Committeeman. On to Irwin Park. Re nick Vires was in Jackson ville this week. Vires is even a "man of the hour. ’’ Political Annance ments. For Congress. 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for representative in congress from the Twenty-first district, sub ject to the decision of the republican primaries. W. D. Ryan. For Probate Judge I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of judge of the probate court, subject to the decis ion of the republican voters at the primary election, August 8 1908. Harry B Harts. r hereby announce that I am a candi date to represent the people of the 45th Senatorial District in the Lower House of the Illinois Legislature, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary, August 8, next. R. M. SULLIVAN. FOR PROBATE JUDGE. James Reilly announces ihis candi dacy for the office of probate judge of Sangamon county subject to the decis ion of the Republican primaries, August 8, 1908. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for circuit clerk, subject to the de cision of the Republican primary Aug ust 8, 1908. S. T. JONES. I am a candidate for the office of state’s attorney, subject to the decis ion of the Republican primary of Aug ust 8. C. F. MORTIMER. I hereby announce myself as a can did ate for the office of coroner of Sangamon county, subject to the de cision of the republican primaries, Aug. 8th, 1908 A. B Cochran. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for nomination for representa tive in congress from the Twenty-first congressional district of Illinois, sub ject to the decision of the Republican primaries, to be held on August 8, 1908. H. CLAY WILSON. Hair Straightening. Mrs. L E Barksdale’s "Wonder ful Hair Beauty" cleanses the scalp entirely of Dandruff and promotes * the growth and luxuriance of the hair. Call and see her. Her prices for shampooning and straightening tiie hair are reasmable. On notice will call at »our residence. Address, 1616 S. 17th St.