Sinee embarking in business for himself Chas. H. Major, the artistic decoritor, has secured a patronage that night well have taken years to build up. ïhe reason for Mr. Major's success is not far to seek however. He ïas been for nine years engaged in dong the higher classes of decorative work in this city, having finished rnany of our finest residences, and nis work has been done in such a satisfactory manner that it is now bringing its return. People have learned that they can depend upon him for flrst-class, asteful and thorough work, and that is ;he best business foundation a mancan build on. Mr. Major has made a study of frescoing, relief work and fine interior decorating, and long experience coupled with artistic taste has made his work sought for by all who appreciate iirst class work and want to get their money's worth. He has the facilities or handling any work of this character and it is no longer necessary to go out of the city for such work as the very best can be had right here at home. In addition to this, high class work Mr. Major has his new store at 23 E. Washington street stocked with the latest designs of wall paper and house decorations frotn the cheapest to the best and is also prepared to do all kinds of painting.