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Wm TMM CAHtO BULLETIN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1907.
IE CAIRO BULLETIN Mtakliahc-il lltSH. I nail ami Mnndajr .y tbr nniiKtm nj t via onto tri. rnonm . inn tbe nofae there Is to children, ; where it property belongs, ami eiiinln ale I he grownup children whit have been the greatest Hlnners In the nils- - 1 ; : i-se hi 'lie ilyitaniile cracker ;iii(t tlie Subscription Rates by Mall. pi-i..i i: uu u- i nineli in hop. Inf riably eiaab In Adrnii. thai we lhati ever 'I" away with rgear. Dally Md H.mday ..ffl.uti noise altnj,etlier. Hut we have taken a h int; sli p when we turbid the meat Subscription Rates by Carrier. nni ami the da nacrous instniineiils innld lu Clro r oarrlvr, outttltt or Cairo Notice to Subscriber. Bubacrtliur will confer fvor by reportinK purl of i:rniT totul ote sny lack of uromiit delivery on llUrcd t the Cairo PoaUiAlcie tu second-claaa Mall Matter. ;,Srr'-TT-r SB CIRCULATION STATEMENT. .Me a month liv which II i- made, willt the n lend Mo mouth 1 8n lisk (J jf, ljnl, tn1 property, In this direction the i rdOrs ot the chwl of police ki fir ihe Fourth and. a we haw said, with Iheir general ob servance. enforcement will take care of Itself. So, let iik have a "naff an 1 sane" Fourth - Indianapolis News. NEW YORK CITV S FOURTH OF JULY WILL BE INTERNATIONAL. THIS YEAR MISS GOULD'S CHAR j ITY DEMANDS TWO MILLIONS A WEEK GREAT CITY'S "VIL EST DEN." of tin fumautttt nf (!itfii By REV. REGINALD JOHN CAMPBELL. Pastor City Temple Churchi London. V Average nuni'iT ol e.Mii.l. le ami perfect etfples of the Cairo Bul letin iirlnieil daily and Sunday for the year IHoti 2028 Average number of complete and perfect roples ol the Cairo Mill tafia printed daily ami Sunday dfjriug the month of June lifcf 216? June Circulation. i aico Hi 2209 a 205:. it 2N0 3 --i) IK -'ml 4 2150 1 ;.5.... 213(5 20 (j atr.o 2i 2iin 7 ,.2130 22 ;;02S . . . .Int 23 2001 ) SIS'') 24 2U-I HO 2120 25 2U; 11 2130 21! 212" 12 2135 27 21 '.'3 13 2130 28 14 2104 29 210.. 15 2140 30 2ti8 The above is a correct statement ot the number of complete and perfect copies o fthe Cairo Bulletin prill 'm for the year 1100 and for the month Special values in Ladies' Gbvya elcqantly trimmed $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Great vilues in Mus lin Petticoats, lace and embroid ery trimmed. $1.00, $1.50. $2.00 and $2.50. CARNES. One of Civilization's Benefits. In the cities of northern Mexico where American commodities are in use the native olla often Is replaced by the tin cans of the Standard Oil company. The carriers, by attaching two or more cans to their yoke, carry double the miantity possible in the old receptacles. Killed in Strange Accident. In Oolt'flelrt the other day a deputy sheriff's pistol was jerked out of his Docket bv the restlvooess of the horse New York, July I. Already slgda are- apftOrPRpv,11':.! th debt a ni$.id tfri? ' nous t iicjai i he ' ft;! :ll-etnflttni,aL . y n WW ,.i , in '.OA j Profit the fire marshall has cut down by two weeks the period during which ; Breworki may be sold tit retail, th M I wholesale dealers report heavy ad vance orders, and the Hoard of Health! has taken the precaution to lay in a i corresponding stock of luck jaw serum ; ( uriotiHly enough many of the orders for fireworks are from patriotic Amer teas citizens across the Canadian bor der, who propose to make the eagle scream In the very face of the. British lion. Not only ia It the great Amer ican holiday, but with the Germans It is the birthday of their future Kais er, and Italians in nllp nns of the world will celebrate the day as the centennial of the commencement of the stormy career of their great n i tlonal hero .Garibaldi. According to 1 1 i j is not agnostic, but is tlie gospel of the huninn of the I hvinitv of man. This is only iiicidouiul movement, li is far more a niornl and spirittiii i - a HE new theolog; it V of IJotl itnd V a tli9olo2ioal nioviinrnt. ll taneoaal in overv chnroli rii ( 'UviMtluiloiii, wxi:,r laUT. it will call the jhofe cVfylmi twrt HKM to liod:' It' will put an end'io Ihe alienation from religion of the niase,s ofl the .me hand ami of the intellectual classes qii the other. It is the religious itiickeri'inpr; it iss riin sppn- of the Wnedotn for years. an.se it has i of ( dislike me to sti lie I! modern science, are comparative i new. ro-dav years old. Science is only I As soon as religion becomes si lence or ho foredoomed. 1' all, the rerv Universe which ci d. 1 have been teaehuig these he phrase, "new theology," but , Some of the arguments are as tdoption is coeval with the adop ts we have from modern science B0 V BHMS TO SCUM K. More Similar Uequcit Wantetl A strong Demand, It may not be generally known that titer the i-ivlllzed world then' Is a strong demand for brains that are a little above the average in quality; uot Intelligence, intellect, or genius, but literally Unit pari Ol the bn man organism which is contained within the .skull and Is Known as the brain, Scientists who devote themselves to the study of comparative anatomy have for tho most part uothlng bet ter to dissect than the brains of pau pers and lunatics. These, however, loavaintneh to be desln d, and it is to the Interest' of tiro human family thai. HH brains of cultured and lcmiitxl people should ba Biaoad' at tneraUaposal of those patient and la borious men who are engaged in the vastly important work of unravelling OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Illinois, Cairo, Alexander County, Population 16,147. Mnyor QHORQp PARSONS. Olerk. R. A. HATOHRR. Trea itrer, "THOMAS K. MAIIONBT City Attorney, v. M. MOORR. Comptroller, Kltyi'ST NOllDMAN. Police Magistrate, A. J. RORH. fjhli f of Police, M. S. ISAQAN. in ne 1'i'f want Hut one a resolution passed ol a better ) can call it al and the saint lumonity of ( limit it, they tllel. lint 1 I arc universe. tent with is, after oi inn 1 ai 0 v ieVf litirch has nothing to Modern science of i 1st If is at i trying to tinaoratano tue rv it. must either be consis universe explored by science is the soul to prayer, let us call the movement the new higher politics or the higher sociology, fit. The social reform movement is the id the Divinity of man. Social reform not know it. They may say the move t thev arc one and 'he same. trt wit h tr.'t t an the secrets of the working; Ol the mind. But it must not ho Supposed tba' a certain number of such brains are not forthcoming. Comparatively speaking, they are few. but still more numerous than most people imagine. In the great majority ol rases they are bequeut bed by their respective owners. On pne occasion Sir William Fowler, the famous au thority on comparative anatomy,. In ng an audience of cultun d ;1 women, spoke of the dtfll- Alexnnder County, Populotlon 22,467. County Clerk, JRS9K K. MILLER, Circuit Cleik. I.HHyJI n.AVJJB. Siie'riff FfHN'K C 1 'Sv j Stab's bfllnCrMrY Af.rcAtKif ol Scbooi.i, FRBTD 1 CotHitv -Bimt riotudefit - i PRO?.' JOHN SY I ;:!!. A feasor and Treasurer NELMS. Board of County Commissioners J. J, .TRN'NF.I.LTC. Chairman. OKOROt! PARSON'S. DR. Kl) WIN 3, GAITSB. HOW TMF TRAINS WH Corrected to June 1st, 1907. add i men ' D VR.UM RlVi "H OV" DVlfl euuie to co: than to dii peal t in th d with audience tter in tl to au to hell I) tue; of June 1 !Mti. CLYDE Bust Subscribed and sw- this first May ol July. SlIddVAN, uess Mamig. LEG (Seal I. KLRB. j Public. d a cartridge Widovis ThjLight to Widows a.e said tt that is. tl y bring bai people, and Cere is that, starting out on a d as pacsing jugular rel is to Be Unlucky. unlucky ; :k to other aperstitlon ney. under or making t tended by New- York forgetting the event il that King Yiitor Eman uel wil in the nd Die into this everyday world. en from suffering in the v. ith the root raftering in t that is, the gospel of th iamont. in the legislatures of th poor, the better! into Heaven, its Too lorn; has the arid to come. Too is world. kingdom of God. On the conclusion several members of tht eluding a few ladies, pi queath their brains to said, proved as good ; More than one man i nenee. has regarded it In the nature of a duty the interest of science. s address Itencc, 'n- ! I'd an to be :. K....U Noitk 1 (1. Oolnr NorU. r . M ...... '-4T m hot 11:1nui Vc I ; a in N, i...... .. t:'c a vo i;... ....ii:no uj r-fofi.... m i Vof I :l p m No 1 IS n i Vo l' ?: p in Tttfli h:lii int a ' p tu wi ah ins n itfn & 10 :ii p ui HoM SrOO t w HCtimpt ann.1r 'SJvcupt tin1r I, C, Prom SoulS t. O. Ooliif Bonttt Vo 4 2:0 t Oi No !.... . ,. ItM P l Vo'ltK :I7 v n Nii'M .. IiM ru No; K:10 k ni VoH... SMS nf Voa ttlSI ui Ho Itl m VoS .. t:M p m NoS. itS tu 'No 11 : 10 m No3 -i0 ii No 14 ?:1S p m I "Wo 41 t'M p M letning this in . Gold e time Ins to e been n who ised of It. O. From NurtJi "o !... Vo P... NO I... .. c'itl t M .. tl:3S p at M. O. No ... No 1 ... No. 14 - Qotaf Noah .. . :1H e ru .... m -u 1.14 p.. il If. a O. From KonOl No 1 No 4 it (. p in 1 tu i No. 1 1 WtckT liars 4,nly The ulletln la on aa;e at the o! lawing plaoee: Colaman'a. 114 Eighth street. Halllday House News ttand. Walker's, 10 both street Slue Front Retaurant In tbe opinion of two Cairoites who went to Mounds yesterday the re duced railroad rate law Is a dream which. like al! dreams, goes by con trades. There Is reason to believe that Co. If., 1 N. C Will continue to be with ua stronger than ever, after July ;.". the date when the terms of service of many members expires. Re-cnlist-n.ent will be required for only one fifitfm'm-hwh, tft yces..wWeh..wasj.t,.4c Whose terms expire. On their return from the coming encampment, loaded With honors, the boys s.iould have a gotxl reception. MOT WAVE ON MARS II is a far cry to Ma s. ai b i-i to evetybody excei. the astnm in r the clairvoyants an ' N k-.!a '!'-' Yei In this age of disappearing dis tatices. when Americans gel wildly ,xcited ahoir affairs in Russia and China, even tue Martians j.e no' alien to us. Thus when we are t.,.t Jn (he morning dispatches that the i e caps have melted frim the pole; of the-red planet we can fell distinctly i glad that he irrigation system is c I ting busy anil that summer cucum bers, tomatoes anil strawberries wi'l toon be pet on the Martian 'able There nn-.v seems little doubt that the lines and wrlngles the as i mo n.ers i-ave d! reined nil the face ol out r:'ter world are really vast canals r inigsPnn ditches. Stretching as thev do from wile to pole an I all , around the planet, they mark theii makers as an inflniteV, superior race. We earth-born pat ourselves on the backs for our accomplishmcni n lis ting the Suez waterway, but this Is only a pin-scratch comp.i ! t the creations of our planetary neighbors Dnder the circumstances we hope that Tesla mav slice e in establish Ing communications, fur tie folk on th rod world must be well worth knowintr What would be their of us is not so certain. Chicago Examiner. AGE NO BAR. Everybody in Cairo is Eligible. Old people stooped with suffering. Middle age, courageously fighting. Youth, protesting impatiently; Children, unable to explain: All in misery from their kidneys. Only a little backache first. Comes when you catch a cold. Or when you strain the back. Many complications follow. I'tinnry disorders, diabetes. Bright' dis. gae Roan's Kidney Pills cure backache. Cure every form of kidney ills. Mrs. A. R. Marshall, of 214 Twenty-seventh Street, Cairo, 111., says: "My Utile daughter now ten years old has..haoia bak.aidjjjjj the last two years her back has pained her severely and she has Often creid herself to sleep. Pe l wetting has been a regular thing, n gbt after night -and has caused us great annoyance. If she played hard or exercised too much the trouble was always aggravated. We have doctered her a great deal but nl! medicine failed un'il we procured Doan's Kidney Tills at Sehnh's dn c mii t'our from it ite definition Carnegie achieve t been all t in view of the effort not to relieve ther and resiiojislbility i fortunes. Miss He popular belief that to Be ealize General Sheruiau'- war: but since Andrew nonnccd his intention to condition, life has not k and rose for 'he rich of those who ar eh aff rd sn inter Iculating how Ion? Carnegie to attain store. They s a further use cure '" For sale by cents. Foster New York, sol Slates. Renu mber t take no other. all Mill her relief and in a complete TS. Price rn Co.. Buffalo for the United Doan's and Many Deer in Japan. Deer are relatively numerous in v: rlons parts ai Japan, and In such show places a? Mam and Miyajlma are held &n sacred, bcoming so tame nt- to eel from the taads of visitors. They are generally smaller in size than the American : i r SAFE AND SANE I'OI'RTH Tbe Fourth of July orders of Chi d Still Mourn Gen. Wolfe. One British regiment bas been In mourning for nearly a century and a half. This is the old forty seveelb, the Loyal North Lancashire regiment. The officers wear Mack Minded with the gold braid In memory of Oen. Wolfe, who was killed at yuebec. Sayings of Childhood. Ouc morning a mother said: "To whom did you say ,vir prayer last night, dear, wbt-tt I was away? and the Httfe- lnnrvce:.' ansacre ! Papa wai busy writing and Br! U" had company. 60 f Just said It to God." & . ... ........ t ad rigidly enforced. ni mak-i thi t-one.j I y, Tl.' "' ,;..'v o III '-' Wm pity that wi Pday withonl 'he .-ar r. Ijaa Increased in int. nsitv a-- the years bav ) The most danif forbidden No one for exan lalMdt pistols No 1 lank car ridges ot 1 cap may N i, ,,,.o K toy cannoi I iistd or rrackert on ' " '-i'-dr J Inches Im'i- ri.ay- be used K jovment. In the dn when a fl-- Km craci,. - two in tba' - x plotted wi'h small report and thai joTtnent as in later yesrt shin tbe Invention of high explosires i rongHt l HHsat 4Wrtr which make? i rnred to Ur rami vlthoat inrnnTf 2-m X"" than an ordinary ptatr.1 IVlpX aosd Is extremely dsagerous. - . . Tm atall come rV to a more ra saMMfltr tv.tL WriSsian , , , . I f-jr our Saner illvtrt and it. isnmc ne tri t -k ' 1 : "So you are to be married again But do you remember that at tbe death of .your Hist wife you declared that your grief was too great that you could uot endure it?" "Oh. you misunderstood Bel I merely said 'ha; 1 could not endure It alone." Applied Truth. "I never rotnpl.ilr.ed of my lot." Mild the Persian poet. Sa.ll. but onee when uy f"t were sore and 1 had no money to buy sh'M . Put i me' a man without a foot and I became content wl'h my lot when I saw htm.' many, yet she l some statistics v esting basis for it would take M cording to Miss Goulds ulsclos res she. received In the last week requests for money and gifts which would re quite the expend it lire of li.OOO.VVU ti grant. Within thai time, four brides have asked her t contribute ILOOO t Ward ihe purchase of their trousseaux elt tren peraona, poor but musical haw asked her to buy pianos for them, several men have asked for money to take a drink cure and one woman a') idieii for the price of a set of false teeth. Beside those there were neaih coo other roquets, most, of them equally interesting. One person want ed to be senl to Europe, one wished to sell a quilt, one needed help to re move ;i watch from pawn. Thee were ten requests to aid church tail nt for old clothes, three for watches to rtcetu for scholarships, w hile . b a an : rtted for a farm and three SOWS Sevente. u writers begged nil for advic... while 107 would have been satisfied with money without sdUce or any other restrictions as to Ps use. Seven persons asked permission lo name a child af er Miss Could. .". begged for sowing machin.s. three wanted Bibles, one Wished a--i'aii" t Opel a photograph gBltery, and nn man, anxious to fill long felt wan:. Ix-sought a Job netting up rallron ! lime tables which would n ady sho v what time the trsins star and whit time they actually g- then What orth Big f a ra I No I,, p m No 2.. . " ana R .tail 7 V a Cfltt )i own At. these they go at conferences "I the oilier churchi at meetings of soci pulpit and public, progress of Christ it How much clo if th possible from a sc. grander, overwhelm HIS Mi its, T ant i lTnirs B. ethical ure exactly the questions rjiacusao al reformers, at street corner ine They are the questions o I the Dettennent ot mid gel to ihe bett Joined Hands in id social reformers. iaraie little bases we sb luent from a world's un r legislatures. iress ami av. the i nity a er we churcln ra ar. rV,, n tlie r meetings, i the hour, t the world. rment of the condition of nity of purpose with men if the punv work j the date 0 j answered ! that his hi t unusual dt not n littb death. It stand Instead Any k him ind is del , d It alter brain much in the er hti- ciottcE Hrlt "r?is Sontliwen ln 4 1M p ra Oetlan rtai Ootni ionl)irii Nc HM p r 'roo Montita'r VroTO Wlt Vo 43 H-S S r vn4R4j.. 7 -ti p ra Jrrni Uotmtaln O- till Waal Wo Ml . . 3 M n. No 48. ... . H.W a in niov have base. tht JUratlirr By PROF. F. S. ARCHENHOLD. Director Obcrvttnry of 7i-t ptoiw, CSI IIISIIJI WI tut up warn in in faces If i il uence nd its greater, ; man ! men than lOaUl mind 01; m tl) ill otl lelll have spots , and tha I JOHN B SHEA I Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, i Collars. Saddles. Strap work. Whips, ! Horse Clothing, Lap Dusters' and Fly ; Nets. The only house in the city that i rvakes handmade harness. No. 1009 i Washington Ave. Repairing a Specialty. equ Nt ton. Byron. us. a U on U' CCf J disappoint nd There If you ci Mlgt Finance, is slwsys rof.m at the top a push the other fellow oil. Police Commissioner Bingham Is nohting if not energetic and original In his effort to UWprove the police ser vice of New York. A week of two ago he Issued to the public a tn-v lin! -pahnhlet entitl-.l Blue Book for CP i irlts.' rule 3 of which reads a- fol lows "In case of complaint wrpe directly 'o ihe Poliee Comn.issionor and mark the envelop. 'Pers aai.' " One warm ; week, when ill? en-cr nt farf- to Coney Islati I w i . j proving a dist' iciine problem, the fol-1 lowing communication resched Head-I qrarters from a rltf7n who exnlcnt ly takes his advice literally: "I bog to Inform you that me vnesr nen in New V- rk is run at :4 We, Thirty eventh Stn-et Disorderly j et -..i - f Imth ... . - paOorl to II at all hours of Ihe day and nich' This infamous den should I' l.rokm up Instan'ly here was eacltemet:- i I -' ' -i ' ' i tt ' ' i ' ' . a-,-' visions of another shake un. Forth Treptow, but very much larg.tr. together with a proper speett other apparatus, he erected either on the summit of Kilimanjaro, or the Katiiertin mountains, both of which are at the equator, elevated more than .'5,000 meters (9000 leet), the solving of this very Important problem must follow. I have no doubt that thf influence of the sunspots upon the earth is electrical and that in their (mfliMBce lies the key to establishing it basil of really Kieotiftfl m- tcorohgv. When we under-tand the relation of the sun spots to the earth, we stall lie able to predict weather conditions with absolute certainty; we shall be in a position not only to warn the mariner of storms that will tome wrthin a few days, hut we shall know in iidvam e whether the seasons will l early or late, severe or mild, and thus be of real service to the farmer all the world over. All too little use is made of the "rainbow spill I Hill" in the study of these sun spots, and I bogs) to carry the invest igatins asttch further, both at Treptow und in the new observatory which Ikp t some day to erect in the Kamerun mountains. n" gli boy. ho v c ; a son told this an ed tu.'o, and he altt Nev.toti .a . o sms he could put iniiid at li Prof savored to con- ntiUhoad when Bj tnes-Thomp-ln a recmt tec aentioned that TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RYS I HHLT LINK earn l"e to Insve ieoon.l Kl. eo i ini? north on Comnn-rrlnl Axe., rvery IS B)tM : iitrs from it a. m, to 1 p. m J Ootpg rorth on Walnut (H rrery 15 mlnutra froiniitOSa in. totfi.stn. ni. j I'OIM.AR ST. I.INK-Hnlhmek Axr, rar rlu ! 10 II nvp Heron Mt Sflna- n' r'tt ta Holnreok I Are., at 5:7; a 27; B:4?; 6:57: 7 : fj a. m. and on j sain mlniites every hour until 10:12 an.t 11:11 p. m. Ooinrwroton Twi.-nty K.lshth 4t. at R:4f; i t:la; StWt r:49: mid 7:iM a. in. and on aania mln j utrf . very hour until uertt nnd 11:04 p. as, Ponlarfit. cars I'm-in pkk 81. Vtary'a park 1 inlnasfa aft 1-a'ins Her nd St. BELT CfROWLOaa north om Walnut IliSOp. ni. 12:34 a. ta. f:W a. in,; l it a. m.; SiSS a. m.; 4 30 a. m : S-SO a. m. lyorHi un fHianinarslat 1 11 qq p. w.j t 00 aa. (K) a. m. 1:00 u. in. 4 -ia a m. S a. ni. n-It and Ow l ram arc ,an to pan Wrt fl irty fourth HI. 14 mlnutea after learlua nud St. ltgbt to propose By MRS, DURE LYON. Prrtldent of larhmvr 11. die Club. New York. I think it ia proper lv proper for certain women to pn .i . I'or example: In the case of a rich voting woman. Perhaps a j young man has been pay- i ing her attention for j some time, and she has grown fond of him with I. .-ton Uses Plas. "One reason why New York wom en are the neatest In the world," said the bayer for a Pittsburg mition onl dry goods house, "Is the fact that t.hey use fewest pins. Apparent ly buttons, hooks and eyes, and tape perform the .job of f ,teif"-t their garni-li" " the- rlt range ti . ;. , it li ,-i Boatoi that the pin trade fo.-:--'..o most a'cmdantly. Women buy more pins then-, accord ing to the population, tlian any other . . .. i.i the country. That habit does tut speak well for Bonton. Tho pin habit Is Init ti. al to tidiness. That Is the reason that New York women are so spiel; and span -they use few pins. They have not, to be sure, recch.ed the State of e.vcelience at-tr.In.-d by the Chinese, who taboo pins altogether, but. they are nearer thai standard than any other community."- Pittsburg D'.siatch. DR. MORRISON DENTIST Office 707 Commercial Avenue. Gannon Phone 78. A. B. DOUGLAS has opened The Odonley Stand 1 :t01 Commercial Ave. First class dace. Fine wine, liquors and cigars. Friends .at r. .- appreciated. down ih- the dull ) . -l, ,.f : h- Tenderloin d-trine er season with the t if Captain O Bti n men to rlose up this DRUNKENNESS hii I Ri ted I'tal lftre,iB-1 O'Brien The c- r.lafn nww I rvttir'j Wf. In fw-rrw.f f! i t. . a ' 1 " we shall relegate JAMEa SANATORIUM. Me-ph,,.Trn low .i, fcM L, , am com-1 Stephen who had the mean a loko out a formal dec?..! ration on his j.art. She n.ie,ht hay to him: ' Now. my dear, if you would care to marry me, I will obtain your parent's consent. I am able to support you in the style your tastes require, and you need not MR alirent a bank account." Or take the case of a professional young womana hn has a good in.ome from her work. Site might say. to the voung ftnen of her . bou'. vt,o has not tome to the proposing stage: "My dcrtr. I think we w.uld very happy togetlicr. i am quite aid. to take care of two, and oould support a husband very nn-elv." The act of prop. - np - with it the offer to fake care off the voung woman, whose hand he asks for. There is an underlying economic motive in such pro posals. Then why should this no! carry in the case of tbe young woman who propose. The onlv girl who has no nfght to propose is the indolent, unskilled young wonian with no visible mean of eupport. Slie has no ngm to ask a man to many her to support her. asfis r-'-wt ivored i,ut la the Tcodertela at a at b-ast be is iwan!"d as worthy Friends ot the Bulletin are reqiioat ad to aend or telephone Heme to this tlll.'.ill of Ice (Ye-llll. Though tho ancient Greeks and liomaus ns-.d Ice for tu'oi" purpljsiaa to g t through hot weather, they k.l' w nothing of Ices." These were introduced into Franco from Italy 14 :.nd known at first as 'froinast s giaccs, " iced cheeses, al tho isb they were maic of straw-lM-rrks. apricots, and so forth, and co.. rained not a drop of cream. From lTi'.L' the use of ' places" in the plural v a- mctjoned y the Acad emy, but no' before I H2o did unc gbaee" force IU; ha) into recosni.vd i ptaaeh. "loea" am referred to from time to time in the eighteenth century In Kngiish t-o;de's let tern from abroad. "Iced crtams," ho- ve.-. Were known as eavtf as the -. tar whea William of Orr.nee came o'.'T. and by the middle of the tecaih century "ice cream" figured in cookery books. It takes sit months to tan aa ele phant's skin. Tew pay s little more for cla'slfied sdvertisiog in the Bulletin than other Cairo papers hut ou get the rwauita JOHN S. JENKINS Architect 1006 Commercial Ave. Cairo, Illinois. Cairo City Transfer Line Successor? to Stoltz Walter J. H. KIERCE. Prop. All Kinds of Hauling Done Promptly. f) Both Phones 123 1111 Waah.noton Ave, Cairo .Illinois. Always Reliable Sylph Flour Halliday Milling Co. H L SBH M arable For Pa.nting, Decorating and Sign Writing 106 8th St.. Cairo, Illinois Both Phones. wonM ana ehl 11 rn Ft iJll borwaf . C. Chsalrs. ?ld"l ? t-m nth St Soc cesser to B V. IhrsMevaaa 1