I t E Aiko L.UJ
HOW OLD IS CHARLIE ?
ahead aiul draw inon
! while the other i would
jon Un inoes ;:: I prove as much a
' hindrance as a helper, and I have!
: thought, how mneh like many homes j
j in which the wife aii.l mother icai ell
the burden of r. ttfiooa wapaBalMIttjM
while the haahand draw baa and !
lifts not so aiwea as Ms haad i help.
I would Dot Ida; ie the man for set- j
mis: ud ui me .im. in.-. ! f
hae been mad.- to wonder why some
A jaunty looking, middle aged man ' that would make me fourteen bun- wjVrt 3l,0h .,: bands. It
wearing a neat business suit with j a1 811,1 " "Walt a n,i"",,J sai'' Dis ,s only riht thai a man should pull
trielHl. yon re not .tone jei. nmw lljs ,.. f ,iu : iie t ' And Uitt
tract the number of days in the or- . ,. . imtnrtani Question that
IF ANN IS AS OLD AS SHE IS, THIS WILL TELL
YOU THE ACE OF EVERYBODY ELSE
a red tie was walking up
estenlay morning, and a
dinarv year. Then deduct one hun . . ,
across the new vitrified pavement ex- die.! and fifteen. Wiiat have you . ,,...-.. relation i
tending into Sixth street lie eneoun
The man witn the pencil made a , bat to Rod to slum, every;
lered a Imld headed, worried looking ! Iw rapid calculations anu announceu, , ,,, ;, y the tw '
individual who was standing in the j 'Twelve hundred and fifty, bni I m not ,..,..,,(,, aU( 0( purchase, .un! before
middle of the street, hat off and With near" "Exactly." said the other wnojn aj , j :. it I five a lull j
v ..V -
a lead pencil between his teeth mop-, man. you are an even fifty years old . , . . ,t ol
j.ing his brow with a handkerchief this month, this life, and I
and mumbling incoherent words as he 1 "How did you do it?" said the math- )( riMlce n thai
! the differ
repeated a certain formula half audi- 'laattcian. proving
bly to himaeir. ' lnlls! M asked Pa wife. "Not ,,, ,,. old
The man walking up the levee la a'' a"- fa''' llls friend: you doubled ,
iiwminent lumberman snd he recently 'he number of the minth in which , tn,. v.
rttnrnod from a trip into the wilds. '"' wre born, or December, the christian - '-' '
T.be man with the far away l.n.k iajtwefth month: thai gave you twenty- Mm which t!i
his eyes and he were friends and the tour, to which you added five All oteniit? 1 .: - ' ' ' .
lumberman stopped to shake hands i rfeht. that makes twenty -nine: times ,,, ; And - a difiic
and slapping bis absent minded com ' Then you added your ev.-ry mat -
panlon on-the hack he said. ' Hello. :-v 1,1 r,fty which brought the total himself and for others, and there is
Charlie, how old is Ann'."' The gentle- I-"" and deducting the number of l!!U- ah ui U
inuii who was occupied in thought sud- :1s toe yeat len you trouu.e I: tnat men an u j " "
deiily eame out of his nance and added one hundred and fifteen and satisfied with the good things that are
ill, I- that made l.'.io which proved to ine only the expression ol this one blgh-
. hOoVE SHOWS CAIRO'S NEW BREWERY
PLETID. THE BUILDING IS BEING ERECTE'
$103,000 AND WILL EE ON 0 f CAIRO'S LI
FOREMOST E NTEl'lPRISES.
RTI ALLY COM
A COST Of-
UrwardgcittgK ho v..-- thr pus! or tif a
grasping his friend's hand In
"That's just what has been tr
me, if Mary-" "Cut it out s
liiiniierinan, f yi
un in th
much about tee age ol Mary and Ann
and l.ily. Maud and Kate you wouldn't j
forget your wife's birthday every yeai
until two weeks after the anniversary
If you want a good riddle on age PI i
give yon one for yourself.'' "All
right," said Charlie, as they mored I
hack to the curb, "fire away. I feel j
the need of a little change in thought j
for if Ann was ""
The man with the red lie Inter
rupted him by saying, "do you know j
the number of the month In which you
wer born?" "Yes" said the other "it
was " "Never mind," said his ques
tioner, "put it down. All right, double i
it and add five. Now multiply by fifty j "The last two nunien
and add your own age to the result ' age fifty: the others t
The man with a penchant for conun-1 the month in which you
drums thought awhile and counted on j ' it's a sine thing ev r;
his fingers, then he did so and looked ' isn't.''
triumphant. "You're foolsh," he said, j And it is. Try it your
our possesion as fully as possible.
And neither can man furnish hi.
I own perfect ideal. else ho were on the
j plane of the pagan, who makes hit
I gods with his own htinds and then
! hows down and worships them. But
our Perfect Man is tarnished by God
himself, and we are commanded to
enthrsrie him In our minds and heart!
I and to grow In his likeness where we
j shall experience fulness of Joy and
peace and liberty. And this estate i
not lo any favored people, but all
classes and COOdttio&l can know its
purity and its ower from persona!
experience. And there is nothing
more beautiful than to see the com-
mon. every day men who have time
for the religion of the Lord JestM
ONE OF THE MOST PERPLEXING Christ in connect,,,! with their ever
and heips from out fellow m n . i h
;U theft, cfesttco iup.
, I in ilru.ii.ii- U) ui-u.
,f j In DedBtarii and la Xorwi the post!
I ! of shorthand .irr- ai tts re.
pxriiat&enti of thvasi conntriei sin
hlefiy . d by woman, it having
live red e its a sfcw or pninUd u
Ihl afttBtS I ::s mast i tftteedei
that day, wfts the ntfafttofdc
ii.u :v an u...trv rt.it i. re leu
tans ol Irrigation romtth
CAN YOU T.0I.VE THE PUZZLES?
Attention of tlio readers of The l'.ullt'ti'!. ull and young
alike i trailed to i now feature introduced in thin morning 'a
Bulletin, in the form of two of the faraons Hani Loyd puxzles
;i sliowii on page 11, pari 1 1 1, or the Vlagaxiin' Section of The
Bulletin. They look easy, lut do ael be sure your anawer is
the riifht one until vou have parefullv oroved ii. To stimulate
interest on the contest The Bulletin announces a orfoe to
ui the hesl answer t the puzs5te
YOUNG MAI ID
Secretary Numbcrd of Y. M. C.
A. Writes on this Subject.
PROBLEM OF RELIGION
iile of the paper, and wi
!l the same sheet.
if hot later than Toesda1
WHICH YOUNG MEN ENCOUNTER
day duties. Physicians who heal
n! on one hand as they BMl the bod)
IN THIS DAY AND AGE. I with .'. other; lav.-y-.-r who ptcad
the CMBJSJ of their riients before the
because of the the Bread of Life u they distribute
eise lur i, iii and vounj
This problem seems more p rpn-x
ins than any other
many ways in which men try to solve i the provisions of daily necessities;
It. But. principles of life are unifying farmers who. while thy plow and
while, methods of application always sow- and reap the natural harvest!
tend to diversity, and so we shall a! :,: pare th so'.l of the hi art, an I
consider a few of the fundamental sow the seed of th kingdom and gath-
principles that must be conceded by , er in the bundles for the Eternal har
all ve. i "
A man kU, ihro diatinet statin,, a And It is noHsi f,.r .... l..a-P. " f'
In life, one to himself.one to his fellow esl laborer in tbe ditch With his spade ' VoUh aml f,i"M,ls f",M'' ai' '" " "
mm, and one to nod; and there is a and his pick U he a man after his 4,1 " ar "h '"'.f.'"''." ' T
native disposition of the soul to at- God' own heart as the king on his ' " " ' "
hum ihu imrian f thoaa n.1ai..na 1 throflP la hi, ahovota tho rft.. ... .1,.. .1 thankSgi VUlg nd PrgiSe lO Kihl
rationally and fullv, All of our edu- banks he can sum: "I'm a child of thi
neatly written and carefully worded the bet in every sei
Use your own ideas and see just how yon ean express youmeti
to tlit1 best advautaue. t'ertain rules govern the contest, aftd
an iiil'iaetion ol any one of them will eonatituto a rejection
nt' the contestant.
Write on one
hot h ol' i be i mzsles
Rign both :ins
File your taw
AddreM in r
Cairo Bulletin, t 'aim. lil."
The names of the winner of the prises n
in The Bulletin of Sunday, January 1". and
testants will iweive their prizes the following day. Hie
cash prites will lie paid by eheek, and a number of the cele
brated Tanagraui liooks of 7"i liinese puzzles wiH be dis
tributed to those contestants whose answers h not seeurs a
The contest is open to every reader of The Bulletin.
You io not have to be fl trtibseriber. It in R0d mental exer
e Inekv eon
It costs nothing to tr for h prize
ftm mmmmm i mmmmm BinV
Cairo Iron and Machinery
Supply Store. . . .
m u . r ec te o .
Iron, Steel and Heavy Hardware
Blacksmiths' anil Wapnmakers'
Tools and Materials. ......
UK Supplies, I cut lo c and (it.tll
eitiic, Rabbil .Me. tl, 'utnpa,
ss PfjM aadJ FHtinga, llotnp
Vjy, and .11:11 I'ackiiie , .Ma lime Ull,
RRBD s i orMu: and ma
1'iii. iie Boilersj Saw ami
taut Mill Machinery,
All kiiids of iHachintr) Repaired on Short Notice
Phone-Store 48. Residence 37 j. A
I Office No 1005 Ohu. ! ,v,v. , flAinfl II I 1
I Wir h i 101 ! 1 1.1 1 . ( ii,,.. i . v.-.- liHlfiil. II 1 a m
Kesidence lvo. 11 u t ventieth jt.
u 1 .
: I I III r
JOHN TtUSTLEWOOD. m
1 A . V 7 ,' ::-il t WOOD .
a Specialty, g
HO f 1 1 1 HON E a.
S 1303 Ohio Icvei
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS &
jpm MM jBowita rtm r .m --v.tt f.-tw iutiiAMaawMB ss
. mm m works. .)
mssas a ssss si inU'1 T r
-t -ic.s have their existence I King." and
s to (in
ill the Kidiinil of man Rnlvinn his re- lion full v a:,il freelv The Meal man. 1 " "' " ' -,: ' reW,rl
IM woman pendli
tnrt:: oil it v.aj u
Clous to bis own highest mental man-1 iy life ami the Ideal Christian life " '"Judy.
is a gptr.t m i),vi:uiy m w mnw.
utd He has His cateptemeBts iu tie
hood. A Tiiau'. eiincatiuii
himself for the sake of hi
first to ; lire ia
( a .
If., that trmtagi
and it lie.irs the sain
try hnnan life right
s;io;. in tin i' a greedhouin bbobI Rrfl teal losi M
' ;l' ' : feel Rfids ami l' fee. hi;,h, in whim
" ''r (20 different vijrteUes of grapes Spaft
axprensetl hi1 lstll German. Kteitcli. Italian, etc. ars
' ''" ' fenisml I QiuvRtaal The v.-.es are only iw..
"' " - .e.irs old, but o..'i':c lo the e'e :n
''''' :- 'tT nil - i trcalsuant, they Ions iMe Brs-yeai-oW
vines, and i-"iuc ot the huitcnes ,l
,i j e M v. . i-h mi I" three pouBda
I IS i Hi 7 Ohio Lcvtti
IRON AND BRASS
PUMPS- i; ILER
1J1 '-.Ol iuaaa
Bi ILKR 'I'WAi.
SI IAF I irs;G. PUI LE YS, BRASS GOOD?,
WL MAKE A SPECIALTY (11 RHI'AlUIMi RKOINE:
AM) WILL .MACHIMiKY 0I: Al l. KINDS. i3
be may be. within the limits of bis ' unto Go, peace with all man
. - ... . i V, uu ihJi.. .1.,. n ..... u.u.i(,,
mm mental powers. maStW "Of 'hhr piml !nv a-- lt ,,v.n -. ward. " ' ' '
sidf in ll the relatioa.t widen ha may j AlU L why should not men bd Ckrlst- ' "' n' .''.t 'Whiif are jon til ir about?'
lie raffed npon to assume in life. His j i."!.? Tie husband brings strength ' 's l'le "r 11 1'i'oblem of each Inuivid qn, r. ,j ha of the birttta habit
relations to others take the form ulititu the home Just as the wife brinas ,!,! lif" u ' "" two harmon-'. MThoe peopfc v! o - . WTy-
Boeieiy or liolitics as they tend to Ik . fmlemess and love, and no man can '' '' " '' '" """ " "" '' ' '
Th'-V tilH ' blOIlKeys .. II, f lil f'lVfS.
i i.ia huu i i-k.o..i. .. i in his sifinde itutY- run! no man ejm
. ,.-.,.. . iii i.udii ntu lil',. v
Ms htglteft relation that to his Creut the strength of that home is not ''" ,!,"r'-
of local or national Iniportanci
.,i lata i.e:ni In a Harry.
Ti. haw l...a hid bte'n ihrei
weeku la the house, "it is usual." tulu
..u landlady with srat nchacy, "fi.i
:, Kilters to pay a they no."
"Oh that's nil risht." be rtplled af
fa'jly. "I'm not oit ? lor a long time."
agD i rand wi Wasp.
Twrm. . oara kv mmm. aseaasaafsw i.m. aawai
or -afsnmes the forms of religions I'hii.s'iai) I have asked fio y g men
convictions and practices, and deter- what . r on or persons have intlu. tu
mble; not only the plane of his life, j en thetn mo i to he good true Christ
hut the formative impulse of, every i in men. U have placed "mother"
Other relation. And the natural man ! drat ; l:J have said "parents." others
Is one who Is halanced in the highest Hftv mention i pastors. Somlay
pisssthle degree in all of these primary 1 school teachers etc Only two of six
relations of mental, social and rellg-'ty have ,,aid "my father was the
ions powers peculiar to his own in
dividuality. And this fixes the high' t
standard of life within one's self and
greatest factor for God in my life ."
Shall we say all honor to those two
fathers, who stand as the ideals of
notwithont. and hi
many fatal mis- 1 ti
Huur."' moo noo
t.ake occur. Many men live by com-1 forty-live who have failed to impress
parison they seem to be satisfl?d their sons with the nobility of Christ
with their own IIvps if they are livinc i inn livinir. I may never be aide to
simply as well as some one else. No; i uv. my a fortune, or even a fin
man is good enough if he is simply tshed i.icatioti. !.n I do de.dre to leave
as xooo ar aoae body else He Is hi.n the hi ed heritage that on all
not good enought if he la simply as good q tion of living, father ever stood
as some body else. He is not stood on th i;-:,t si,i,. Meavea pltv the
t'lMMgh MM) be Is as good as it is j yo-.mg man who has to go out into
possible for him to be In the direct J life making excuses for the moral and
line of his highest ideals. And whil? : spiritual imbecility of his father he
these are unattainable as such In this has les' more than ho can retire Art MANY CAIRO LUMOERMCN AND MC'Er." CP THE PAMOU3 Or.DtR OF HOO HOOS WILL HO DOUBT
WpHd. ye It is the law of all progress ;,- Phouid not a man do his full MAKE THIS ELtOANT BUILDING THEIR HEADQUARTERS DURING THEIR STAY T THE ST.
to develope in the line of clearest duty to his family? 1 have seen a team LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR NEXT YEAR. THE BUILDING WAS DESCKiBtD IN THE BUI LE-
vision toward them, and make them of h..: , ,: in which one would forge TIN SEVERAL DAYS AGO.
Ik i 1
THE HOO HOO CLUB KOU'ifc A I
Fruit and Produce
THli OMtYSTRSCTLV WHOLESALE
OYSTER DEALERS IN SOUTH
I RN ILLINOIS
PHONE- Bell Main 46, Cairn 75.
6 i 7 OHIO LEVEE : : : CAIRO, ILL
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