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THE CAIRO BULLETIN' FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1904.
DOLLS! Our Annual Sale of Dolls. We will open with two immense lines of Fiue Import Samples of the best known German make. THE "AMERICAN BEAUTY" These Dolls are neatly all "CORK STUFF!)" Finest Kin BoniKS, Natural Wigs with Kylashks. All jointed or partlv jointed, any and all i;od qualities you can possibly desire a Doll to possess you cau find amongst these two sam ple lines. BEAUTIFUL AND PERFECT FACES. You can get only by baying High (irade and Carefully Made Dolls and these lots which va place on sale this week are the finest goods ever sold in Cairo. If you are interested we would ADVISE YOl TO BUY NOW. 1st BECAUSE you get tho pksk of an immense collection of the many styles and kinds. 2nd BECAUSE the Greatest BARGAINS are always In the finest grades, and the finer Dolls as a rule sell out first. ' PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT THESE ARE SAMPLES, hardly two just alike and which we offer FAR BELOW REGULAR VALUES: in some cases less than Wholesale Prices. Great many of our Customers wen disappointed last season, because they waited to long, and had to pay regular prices and take much inferior goods. DON'T LET YOURSELF BE DISAPPOINTED. ROTH a WHITE I WILL PAY Ill To any man, woman or child who will givd me the name or address of any one they think will buy a .... . Piano or Organ Within the Next Year 4 After ettiuo the name 1 will do my make the sale. Money to be paid as soon is made. If two or more send in the same the first one to furnish THE MONEY. O. N. Buchanan. DR. MORRISON , Office 707 Commercial Ave. The Daily Bulletin. Vnnw um otiio ronornci row tains Misstua TBBOcen thh mails at laeovo cim su-m. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oat week by Carrier- . . 15 Casts. Oat month by Carrier 0 Cents. One Year in Advance 46.00 Weekly Bulletin $1.50 Per Year in Ad vance. PERSONAL MATTERS. Notes of Interest Relating to Citizens, Their Friends and Rel ative. Mr. M S. Herat) has gone to CHI cat' i on ImsineRB. Or. J W Oitnn and wife returned from , New-hunt. Tenn.. yesterday, where they visited relatives. 5f?.A P Sells and son, of Searcy. Ark., are I n the city visiting Mr. Sells' brother. Mr. E. I . Sells, oi Thirty third street. Miss Hnrtensf Hntetieson. who has been visitlns Mrs .1 D I .add. for a few days, will return to her hom in Martin, Tenn . today. Mr. 0. R. Archilbald foreman at KeJUey Brr. Lumber company, left for Albion, in yesterday moniing where he will join his wife and spi nd a short vacation visiting relativ. Ht. (', 0. Melsenhi imi r. former!. Miss Florence Livinss. left Wednes day fnorning to join lo r husband in lridianpoiu, a(tPr SjH.nrtinc rhrjst. mas with relatives and fn.-nd Captalu Wallace D. Farnsle,- who has !en eonfl,, , Sl Mj)rvS ..rni ary for swreral days has recovered iHe Wt las t,ht with th. Ha,,..,, f, PadU'ah DOLLS! $1.00 CASH III fest to as sale name. the name WILL GET 4. 4 Jut.ge M. C Crawford of Jonesborn. was in Cairo yesterday. Miss Kl Ifti Cartnody is quite 111 at lu i tioDae mi Poptatf street. Mrs M H ffotater and daughter of Mt Vernon are jTUMlU of Mr. and Mrs. George Carnes. Miss Lucille ( ary daughter of Dr and Mrs Caty. is visiting friends in Charleston. Mo Captain N. B Thlstlewood returned from Normal. II!.. last night where he went on Imslness. Mr. Clarence Flmirmy returned from Memphis yesterday where he has hoen ipesdlBR the holidays. Miss Laura Casswell, oi Skacway. j Alaska, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. i;iy Casswell in this city MAIL CARRIER HONORED Banquet Given Complimentary Charles B. Dewey by Hi Fellow Workers. A htvnquel was tendered to Mr. Charles H DeWity, at the Halliday hotel last evening by the mall carriers of the Cairo postofficc. Mr. Dewey has lieen on the carrier force of the postoffice for the past twelve years, during which time he has made many friends by his obliging ways and sunny disposition. He has resigned his position with Uncle San and will Bngatfa In the dry goods busi ness, living connected with the whole sale house of the Weber Dry (;i s company. Those who gatlnred around the the festal board last evening besides the gui st of honor, were; Postmaster Sidney B. Miller. Assistant Postmaster E. L. Reno. M s; rs James Ratrow Richard Powers. Wm. E. Kn!ish. Thomas P. Camber, Harry Siit - A SURPRISE PARTY. A number ol fnotuJs of Miss Birdie Clutts. of ISOil Cedar street, gave her a er pleasant surprise party Wed nesday evening The time was pass ed with games of various kinds, after which refreshment were served. Those present were the Misses Ruth Clark. Theresa Allen. Mame Cum mings. Pan Rate Waggoner. Mabb' Oman. Halite Alltu. Maude and bi die Clutts. and Messrs Benuie Hold er n Otto Serbian. Edward Hodge. Fred Lind. James Johnson and Chellis Clutts. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Mention oJ Events Concerning and People of Cairo and Vicinity. The Cairo public library will be closed today on account of this being a legal holiday. Mr Charles Farreil is opeuitig a: real siate office in the Gilbert block on Eighth s reet Mr W J Chihlers has taken charge of the county farm and Mr .1 W MO Nemier has relinquished the position of superintendent. The young ladies of the Uuckliug club will give a dauce at Bristol's hall this excising complimentary to (heir; young g.utlenien friends. The statement of receipts and ex-1 oetidituros of the Christmas fund are crowded out of llitr paper, but will , appear tomorrow moraing Miss ljiura Reunie Sutton, daugh ter of Mr and Mrs David Sutton, of 5ol Walnut street, will give a party to her youug friends this afternoon A luce shawl was taken by mistake ; from the Alexander club last nicht. and the lady mistaking the same for her own is requested to return It to the house manager of the club The report conies from Chief W.ather Observer Cox of Chicago, that cold weather developing in Man itobia will cause a decided fall in temperature throughout the midddle I states. Miss Cox has resigned the position of matron of the Children's Home and ! Miv liir';p is .main in charge The j little ones have Miss Dickey am become attached to j cried for Iter after she left the home. At the council meetine Wednesday night the bonds of Ben Michaels, pawnbroker, and Jos. Solomon, junk dealer were not approved Martin O'Donchue was placed on the police force at the meeting. Word from Mr. 8. J. Eieheubeiger. who. with Mrs. Kichenberger. is in! Phoenix. Am for the latt-r's health, .-ay 1; "Mrs B. is much Improved MiM Mildred and myself arc quite well. Continued sun shine; only one cloudy day since our arrival in Octo ber." The funeral of Mrs. J. Wright who db-d Wednesday morning at St. Mary's. I Infirmary, was held yesterday after noon Rev. Porter of the ('it)ro Bap tist church, conducted the services and interment was made at Beech Orove cemetery, The deceased leaves a husband and thre, small children. At the organ recital at the Presby- , . - , , ., nv-i- rt.,1 tenan church tonight Mr. Charles t.ai- , , ... loway will be assisted by Miss bntu Lansdeii and Miss Magdalene ander- hursh. Miss Lansden will sing a reci- tatimi and aria from "The Creation.'' and Miss Vanderburgh, who has been studvinu the violin in Buffalo for the past two years, will give one num her by Moszkowski Saint Saeus and another by A small lire in the roof of vVm. , Klliiitt's barn on Washington avenue, : near Nineteenth street, yesterday I morning about o' inck called out ' department No 1 The men extin guished the I laze with a few buckets of water At 10 o'clock department No. 2 was called to No. 711 Walnut street, a cottagi occupied by Mrs. Mar garet Smith The Co.. wa in the roof and was (Mail) pul out with a fe buckets of water. ENTERTAINED AT CARDS Miss ladho Sutherland Was Hostess at a Very Pleasant Social Event Wednesday Night Miss at her nesday Idaho Sutherland entertained home. 24"i Elm street Wed evening, complimentary to Mi Zoe ('line, of Busline!!. Ill, who is visiting her. "Pit," or board of trade, was the entertaining and exciting game that Leef veil to pass the major part of the j time Prizes were won by Miss Refa Colin and Mr Flint Bondnrant After the games were concluded re freshments were served on the card tables by Mlaees Hat tie (ary and Edith Sutherland. The evenlna was one of much pleasure to the follow ing guests: Misses 7,f ('line. Joe Winter, Reta Cohn, Edna Stites. Sarah Pink. Blanch. Pardons Zora Let Made ZimraernK. Frajnkle Parrel, Haxel Aisthorpe. Myt tie T eichman. Hattie Caty: Messrs . .Ibert Casey, Will Burli N.s.rman HaBWay. Dick Rent,., Robert Lewis. Jodie ftosis. Will King, . George Stark, Ray AVI I. Charles Walker. Louie Conn; Ralpb Cushman Flin' Bonditrant PATENTS TO ILLIN0I8AN3. Th.' following patent were granted to IlltnoiiS Inventors this week. repWt -d b- C .i rfao'f v CO. patent it- torneys. Washington. D. C : W Battice. Seneca, derice for bind ing corn shocks: H Beach. Carthage, and J B Cloe. Clayton, heating stove. K. C. Hedge. Farmer City, grave vault: E. C. Hedge. Farmer City, foundation: C H. Meyers, Leroy. disk marker: H. C. Priebe. Bradford, draft rigging R C Spencer, jr. Rier For est. latch: L Taylor. Winchester. marker for planters: R W Wllke. Au burn PurU and M Bauer. South Eagle ood. airbrake coup; lug For copy of any of above patents send loc in postage stamps with date of tins paper to C A. Snow Co.. Washington. D. C. Per HELD A WATCH MEETING Baptist Young People' Unions Cave a New Year's Program Last Even. ing. The Baptist Young People's I 1110ns of the Cairo and Calvary' Baptist churches held a watch meeting last night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W Cox. of MS Walnut street. Refreshments, were served and the evening was very pleasantly spent. The following program was rendered . Program: Instrumental Duet Miss lima Swo- boda and Edith Hill. Reading -Miss Julia Caswell Instrumental Solo Miss Katie Knight Vocal Duet Mrs Hill and Mr Mc A. Weldon. Reading Miss Ethel Koehler. Violin Solo-Mr. Herbert Steitiel. Voeil Solo Mrs. Weaver. Instrumental Solo Miss Gardner. Instrumental Solo Miss Mollie Sh.-e ban. TO THE COMMUNICANTS OF THE CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. The Feast of the Circumcision tall . ing on Friday. January 1. 19ol. the Id-hop of the diocese, the Rt Rev. Ceo I Seymour, lias granted for that day , a dispensation from fasting, to all Anglican catholics in the diocese of Springfield 1!'. order of the bishop EDW. L. ROLAND Archdeacon of Cairo. Tin re will be no Litany or STCMMi on Friday at this church. The only service on that day will be tl Low celebration at 7 a in u v nt the Mnrrn. The hiirro of to-day has dcRpnoraied woefully in the matter of speed. While his ancestor? could outrun the swiftest ' horse, alas, ihe burro is very much op posed to Btovettent of any kind It reqttlrM the consiant app!..a':.n oft stout cudgel to Induce him to move il at a slow gaie. But he has not 1 lost his sure-foot edness that comes to , . . , , i him by right of heritage. Slowlv i b,Jf 6ureIy thP burro lands his pack at t(g destination. He wals not for the dinner whiffle In Mow. hr belong? tn no union. He is ready to eat at all , 'mes U UN he anything lo eat; If : Ik.... k Ikn A ""'5 '" ur "." worry ir lie r an t get hay. h will take whatever happens to peep above ground In t he way of vegetation: if no . rgctation is In sight, he contents him self with calmly walling." From "Th Patient Burro.'' by Thomas I! Davies. in Four-Track News. I lie I se f Hum ha. The lerrlfcle Msslbilttiaa of dynamite booHaf In the hact; of desperate men are Illustrated ar.ew In he Maerdorian in turr!tion Recentl' the dally expri-s train between Btidap'M ami Constant i lopla was wrecked ool far from Adria nople Seven persons were I tiled and II injured by bombs thrown by fome per son traveling on the train. A few days later three explosions occurred on the Austrian steamer Ve.skapn between Burgas and Constantinople, and IS per win? were killed Both explosions arf iitributcd io the revolutionists, whosp ibject is to add fo the general terror Th- wrecking of the railway train wa? preceded by a notice to the railway com panies with lines in the Balkans that the blowing tip nf trains was to he a part of h insurgent plan of campaign. Youth'- Companion. Aluminum In Plants. Hit hiTioalurniniim has noi been found In phanerogamic plants or at most only in minute 'races, although cryptogams appear to UN i; as a food material Mr I! G Bnith, of S dot . however, has r-fcnth- found it in one free belonging to the Proteeea viz . Ori'fS errelsa I! Hr in even greater abundance than it Is found in any oi tbt cryptogams. In a pap-r read before he meeting of tbt Itoya! socletj of Nee South Waler.. Mr Smith sboweri that t'is tree uses ahim i.um almon to the exclusion of other mineral nemrjts. and tha the alum inum Is d'po'ited in cavitka and natural firsures a a basic succinate.- R' Entitle American Tnlil or f.lnilamne. Gladstone's biography tells of a royal pany at Windsor in Queen Virtor'a's reign whirii.afier dining, instantly took to i ards. The sums mioheri were not however rnnrninna "1 frtuna " qMiAoMi for ,' , Mmbler ... ' won two shillings twopence at the end of which eight pence - paj,j ,ir b he prlncft I mean m keep the two penny piece (the sixpenc e i cannot iden tt acr!rdingl: ' This unique sou venir of his gamblinsi prowessone would M ir ely op t to be prized by a serious statesman. Some people s'em t.i K-. lot .. 'o'-aen' out trf ebetr BUSINESS LOCALS. RATES FOR BUSINESS LOCALS. One time per 'me lie One week per line - 5c One month per line Se Call up Stoltz ft Walters, phones u:j. for all kinds of hauling J. Call up Stoltz ft Wallers fur rubber tired rigs Both phones 133. tf. Telepkone. Brown 1673. Jna O Shea, plumber, sewering, gas fitting, 526 Eleventh street tf. For Rent An eight room house. Ill Kleventh street All modern improve tnents. Inquire at 4US Comercial ' avenue. tf j Coal. Lump and Washed. Quick de-; livery. Lump at $2 75. Cairo Phone 439. Bell 79, two rings. Office, C. W. Wheeler s old stand on Tenth street tf R E GANNON. Lost Down town, a lady's pocket book containing rings. I scarf pin. a letter and about eight dollars in nion ey. Finder leave at his office and get reward. lwk For big muddy lump, washed nut, lump or nut and best An thracite coal, see NELLIS, 1305 Com 'I Ave. Both 'phones 324. tf Wanted -18 youug men to learn granite trade (rood wages to start ZERAN MARBLE ft GRANITE WORKS tf Coal. Lump and Washed Quick de livery. Lump at $2.75. Cairo Phone 139, Bell 79. two rings. Office C. W. Wheeler's old stand on Tenth street Stoltz & Walters are prepared to do all kinds of hauling, moving and trans fer work. Office at stable on Commer cial avenue. Both phones 133. tf. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Short Announcements Repre Bnttng Their Wanes, Trades Professions and Various Activities. Rates For Classified Notices. One insertion M words or less '20c Thr. e insertion It words or less 80c One week 14 word or lens 60c ! Alt over iwo lines I l-'Jc per line one inser tion; 2c per line three insertions: 1c per line one week Special rates for one 'uonih or longer. All matter set iu Nonpareil type. pitorr.ssioNAi.. Jocelyn, dentist, Karaoas building. Dr. Otmn. eve, cr. nose and throat. Corner Sinn and Washington. tf Dr. Edwin D. Morrow, dentist 803 Commercial avenue. RAILROAD NOTH'KS. flpecial one way second class colonist rates tn the west and southwest at treat ly reduced fig ures via Iron Mountain route from Cairo. KOl'ND.-A (fld cuH button. Owner may i have same by paying 'or this notice. POST OFHCE HOUR NEW YEAR'S DAY. New Years will lie observed by the postoffiee department Letter carriers will make the morning delivery and collection trip, but bo otber service! Will be reqttl red of them on that day. I fjeneral delivery windows will cl me at noon Money Order and legist' i y divisions will be closed all day. Last outgoing mail from the pantonine will be at I Jfl in tne evening, but letters nay be nailed a usual at the trans- fer ; tat ion. SIDNEY B. MILLER. Postmaster Any man is liable to make mistakes, but it is th" other fellow who blun- i tiers. An Extraordinary Offer. On Saturday. Jan. 2. I will sell any piece of music in my store for I'c. or 2 pieces for 25c. 1m C N BUCHANAN. Notice. The regular annual Beetlai of the stoclrholders of the City National Bank, of Cairo. Illinois, for the pur pose of electing seven directors, will be held at the offIce of said bank. Tuesday, January 12th, 1004, Polls will be open at. 10 o'clock a. m. and dOH at 1 p. m of said date. I, A AISTHORPE, ' airo, 111, Dec 1 1903. Cashier. Coal. Wood and Kindling. R E. Gannon has taken the C. w. Wheeler coal office and yards, on Tenth street, where orders may here after be left. Phones: Cairo 439; Cen tral Cnion 72. two r!n?s. Big Muddy, Bryden. Randolph, Carterville and Herin, Lump. Nut and other coal. Car lots or by Ihe ton at market prices Also stove wood and kindling. tf ORGcAN RECITAL... AT THk Presbyterian Church -j Fk'lVA r tWEN im, IAS' I, my CHAFLES tALLOWtAY, , CONGEST ONANIST. AJmssion u: Tickets 0" Sata at Buchanan'a Music htore. I EVERY WOMAN OWES It to herself to be as attractive a possible. It is part of her mission in Wfe." It is part of our mission in business to help her with those many aids in the way of Skin Foods. Lotions, Pow ders. Complexion Brushes, Etc. We have a complete line of these articles which women need at their toilet tables. Sweet Clover Cream is still the favorite lotion for hands and face. it C. Schuh Pharmacy Co. CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET. ..Cairo Opera House.. D L. WILLIAMSON. MNorn. FRIDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT nn Ani NEW YEAR'S DAY Jdlli Id) Lincoln J. Carter presents his latest success HER ONLY SIN A play that appeals t all. 'headed by America's Greatest Emotional Actress JULIA GRAY And an excellent supporting company including John T. Nicholson. Trices: Matinee, 253 and 50c: Night, 25c to 51.00. 'Seats ou sale Dec. . 1st at 8:.i0. . . I J" Niht5r- nuuuD JOSEPH C. L(M i AN Presentm Mr. Clay Clement au in lusj tuvttfu wvmmwmj a I The New Dominion j I . . 1 , . I . I AND AX A prices: Lower floor, Gallery, 25c. Scats on sale 2d at 8:30. I x I omNHmrHOSLYxYjanuary7th rm QUINLIN 6c WALL I t 1 1 1 1 1 1 f I CM I 1 GRIAlfcST KUNSTMl SHOW ON earth connjiTELv pfuei WITH 4 SURPRISES. X t A COMPANY OF IS Of THE MOST SELECT ARTISTS IN MINSTUELSY. A MINSTREL PEFORMANCE SCCH AS II AS NEVER BEFORE BEEN SEEN PRICES 25c. .50c, Toe, ?1 ' Sents on sale at Box Office Wednesday January Sth, at ::)a. m. f i 220.127.116.11. New York Store MEXCAX1ILE COMPANY, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Sugars,Plain and Fancy Groceries and General Merchandise Wholesale and Retail. Corner 19th Street and Commercial Avenue. IAN. 4th I aw ' . . . . t . 1 1 . r4 I.I. STAR CAST. 1.00, 75c; Dress Circle, 50V; at box office Saturday, Jan. I rilIIIWKl 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 DAN QL'INLAN Master Minslrd Producrr. JIMMY WALL America'" Mest Finished Mlnsfrel Comedian. 4 4 K