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PT THI CAIRO BTTLLETTN. TI7TT'RST)AT MOr7?7Ttf(7 TT.Y 11, 1907.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN stsrad m tk Oslro Pottufflo tot transmission UroDfk the malls t teooBd-clsal rates I THE WEATHER i MMaaimmw Yesterday's Cairo Temperatures. Maximum Minimum 74 At 7 p. m 84 At 13 midnight, street record 80 General Conditions. Yesterday was another scorcher a! though the temperature was lowe: than the day before by two decrees. Tii re was rain in the air anil the precipitation that fell measured .03 of nn inch. The government bulletin re norleJ measuraelile rain from -" points und traces from three. It cov ered river valleys pretty well, but there was no heavy fall. The ex tremes in temperature were 100 at lh cnix and ."2 at Havre and San Francisco. Forecasts For Today. Ceiro and viciinity: Showers; Bllghl change in temperature. Iliinois: Showers; slieli'. chang in temperature. Kentuck and Tennessee; Local thundershowers; not much change it temperature. A Wonderful Happening. Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of heal ing ever recorded. Amos F. King, of that place says: "BucUlen's Arnica Salve cured a sore on my leg with Which I had suffered over 80 years. I am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to etu-e all sores, at all dtiggists, 21 cents. MONEY LEFT li F FANCY STREET WORK FOR HUST LERS COST $1,806.64 AND BAL ANCE OF $393.46 TURNED BACK INTO TREASURY BY CHAIR MAN CHAS. FEUCHTER, JR. A full report and a clear bill has been rendered by Chas. Feuehter, Jr., chairman of the Decorations commit tee for the Hustlers, with respect to witat i generally conceded to have beeg the best, feature of the Hustler dcmoBSt ration the street decorations gad illumination. For the decorations t,n general committee had appropri ate I $2,000 and for lighting the arch i00, a total of $2,200. The sum ex Bended was $lr..45 for lighting th" arch and ll.C81.ll for street decora Hons, s total of $1,866.64, leaving a I ah nee in the appropriations of $39i!.- 1 1 la unde: stood 'hat other com mittees did not fare quite so well. They will be heard from in due time. Mi. Keuchter's report In detail as to decoratlou expenses follow-; Ceo. Gorwig, U1, days labor g $2.00 $ 2S.00 John Hoard, !) days labor ri j.pfj 27 . 00 Henry Decker, 0V4 days la- bo, dj 12 00 13.00 Cairo E ft T. Co.. wire .. $o.70 Jos. Curry, dray, twine, oil 2.30 Lakin-Rittenhouse Co., fuse blocks 4 . 85 j J V. Glynn, d ravage 2.Ht H ft I'. VVIbt Co. freight. . 7.30j V S. Fireworks Co., ser pentine 26.001 IT. S. Fireworks Co. lanterns 51.34 Denison (iholson Dry Goods C.i, burning 10.42 Aver Mlg. Co.. sewing buut- iBK 5.00 j Cairo K ft T Co.. 5 Ml re ceptacle 25.15 Cairo E. & T. Co.. illuminat ing as er contract 125.K) WoOilward Haulware Co., wire 3 . Go : WiKwIward Hardware Co.. hi ill- i boltn and washers 4.10 : Wi.il ward Hardware Co. wrench 2.ri" A. Schiiermann. decorating ms per contract 1,000.00 ; A Schiiermann, lot lan terns 2 .50 Cairo E. ft T. Co. knobs. lai' and wire 4.7:: Caiio K ft T. Co.. labor putting up and taking down wire '" 7." P. T itngan. lumter 13.10 E A Burke, horhe and I wagon 4.00! 'fj. ft P. Waarfhoai c... Frt. fUnrning eleoirical 8.4W J MeElroy, rent of wire lamps, reeep acles and arches 110 (W Jo. Curry, inctdrntal ex peases, bill attached .00 Cha F' ifhlt ' I n ' dental expense-, mil at tacbed . 11.3.' C. E r.iillipn, oaehalf day labor 2.W fe. HaTiisaa ; da" laUtr t.'Hi pMn. Oerwtg 11 rhv. la -r 22 ' Climber. 2 days lalmi t " Bxtta he labor 7 81.fi81.19 Cheek herewith 318.81 Amount received iMW.ttj 111 L CHICAGO 80UTHERN WILL BE RUNNING TRAINS INTO WINDY CITY OCT. 1. HEWS OF THE RAIL Items of Interest Concerning Railroads j Entering Cairo and Their At taches. The Chicago Southern railroad will be running trains Into Chicago from 'Torre Haute, lad., by Oct. 1. i This Is practically the statenu in I made by President John H- Wa! di when it was finally agreed to begin w rk Monday on on the thittv nine miles of uncompleted road. The Aval call for 40 per cent ol the,. NEW RAILROAD 12,500,006 has been coniplfed with an'iat ":i", first performance at 7; the seond call for 20 per cent sea: Ott! i Come early; stay as Ions as vou a few days ajso, has nearly all he'n M j celved. The $4 000.000 gold 4 per ceiu i Airdome. p, ,,,,;, ,- price 1 BIBU notes due July 1, rtW7, nave funded with first mortg:ane go cent bonds bearing la,r nf !!'. and due July 1, 1936. It I tention to call for the tail $2..", 90,000 . j th(,aIv llU s i M h stree between Com Appn ximately ll.uon. will be ,lst l i ,,.,, jal and WaaRington iivenues. will in completing the road 760,a "."jhnve their desire satisfied during the nkonrn floatinir imleb edness, and $"" ' ,i.nii n1 the Ferris Comedians All Material on Ground. The contractors have anticipa order to resume operations and jthe ground ready lo begin wo I the material is cn the groum jthe exception of the Kankakee i which can be completed In lei iand erected in two months. The entire line from Terre Hi j Chicago Heights is 140 miles road has been completed and lai I eighty-pound rails to a point which is tuilahed. 1 tie ma j es within a short distance in onh to reach the manufactories of that city ; Entrance into Chicago will be over j the tracks of the Chicago Terminal! Transfer c mpany. with which it has a long lime lease, suiiject, however to the sale of the line under fore closure. The main yards of the com pany will be at Kaithorn 111. To Cancel State Passes. The attorney general of Mis equestcd the railroads of the I liauds ct persons o aer man raino employes, so that the three-niouu tent of the two cent law recently I raO may be a lair one. Attorney G( eral Hadley says that if these paaaesUven to herself. Electric Bitters ro continue in force no true estimate store weak women, give strong nerves, o fihe workings of he two-cent law j bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, eon be made. There is no anti-pass j beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at law in Missouri. all druggis's. 50 cents. Illinois Central. Vice President t. g. Raws has been I ford, of this company and of the Yazoo land Mississippi Valley. In charge ol i c ons'ructiun and operation. General Manager F. li. Marriman ! has been reappointed to his offi e I with the Yazoo and lilastastppl Val j ley. Assistant Chief Engineer H. It. Sat (ford, o f tills company and of the Yazoo 'and Mississippi Valley and of the In ; dianapolis Southern, lias In en appoin. led to the new office of chief engineer ! of the maintenance of way of the three companies with office at Chicago, and the office of assis 'ant chief eligineei jhas been abolished. ' Lee tSeinheuse, who has been lay off is back on the 350. Paw dead head coaches came down on 21 yeasterday. C. C. C. ft St. L. There has been a general sha'he up in Mt. Chi ml yard offices. General Agen: Elmer Woodrlng has taken Con duclor John Htnsh'a run; Night Agent Frank Reynold has taken Wood ring -old position and General Yard dark Connors has been asigneil t.i ihe uiaht agency. Engineer Morris, who has been iti the moving picture business al Ma comb, HI., is soon to go back on the road. He is suffering with burnt lin gers. Ex Fireman Block is running .' hoisting engine at Ebhuadn. III. Ex Fireman atallatull wk owas on the IM, is now in Illinois Central pas senger service. Engineer ' Iutch " I ng will spend he summer in Water Valley, Oeto, visiting his daughters. The oldest engineei muking appli cation to Hoard Foreman Of EngimtTs J. D. Skeen. will be assigned to the run on the south end. Business is dull. Ixx-omotive No. 4C1 (62031 which was lo double head nn the freighters did not go cut during the Isst few days. General Supciintfnd and Mrs Ho ghion left in their private car, Ha 888, on train No. I, yesterday morning. Road Foieman of Engineers J. D smea with headquarter st Mt i me I. was in the city yestaftmjr. Knginwr Pa' tlonnan who was on the run. has tendered hi- te,i- nation. locomotive No 7tM" is n the north end 2-' run and the 7064, will succppi hei on the S '. son h end run. locomo'i'e No. 7'i7. formerly the 410. is just out o fthe Ml. Carmel shops. Conductor Cbuicb and hifc brakemaa Kay Wheron, dead headed to Cairo op trains N . 1 yesterday In order to make ih'.; Cairo nnd Danville jef overs about oven. Ex Engineer Mnltingley Is In Pl gouhl. Ark.. In tke moving iilcturo business. He rrcM'.K B t'.uv annW unri has in if competition. St. L. I. M. & S. Engineer Andy Mill la bea In thf cob of the 8819 Hfter I week's v.ie i Hon. Engineer Buwel. operated tag 88ifl daring Hitl'a It) of. Conductor Board has gone to thi county to recuperate. AMUSEMENTS Opera House (' nnell pee acular picture r Polls in Dioamhmd." ar Well fired " Heir Fred opular singer, sins th old." Visit the eootei ' ntllate moving pietun offering for if the lio t entitled the best possihle pictures eerj' produced. Not a dull moment during u.Kni- nerformance. I pnt seekers in seal Iced attraction that Keren! and superior in the 01 a. "The C is so differs if dramas at Tiis between inciud- Theatoreum- (..ome d Com- ml evening. Pathe At ti popu lai ik. It is the kind ever gi and ac- The Charming Woman. necessarily one of perfect form ir accompany s weak woman A physically ittractive. not FINE BUSINESS BLOCK ; In Course of Erection On Sycamore Street For John Clancy For Store and Hotel Purposes. John Clancy la having si initial business block 8889ia Sycamore strict, recently des roye 1 ser buildings. It has a 75-fi il. Sycamore street and two stories It 11 bein eeaw nt blocks and will b arjr sub icted at strict, where a fire el levers frame a 78fo it frontage eel and is 8 I deep, is being built of ;l will be a credit to ii at pa;t of toe city. There will be three large stole rooms on 'he ground Boot and the upper floor will be let for hotel purposes. The walls are up CONFIRMED PROOF. Residents of Cairo Cannot Doubt What Has Been Twice Proved. In gratitude for complete relief from a hes and pains of bad backs from distressing kidney illsthousands have publicly recommended DoanV, Kidney Pills. Residents of Cairo, who so testified years ago, now say their cures were permanent. This testimony doubly proves the worth of Doan's Kidney Pils to Cairo kidney suffeers. W. P. Gibson, of 41G Eleven h street. Cairo. 111., says: "I suffered for years from kidney trouble, and the pains across my back and loins were so severe at times that I could hardly straighten after stooping. If I caucht cold It was sure to settle In my kid ney., and as a consequence I suffered from nearly all of the symptoms of kidney trouble. I learned of Doan s Kidney Pills and procured a box at Srhuh's drug store. From the wonder fill results received I do rot hftsltata 10 recommend them. From a state ment given April 25th. 1900. Confirmed Proof. On Feb. 1 It h 1907. Mr. Gibson con 11 med the almve. saying: I have no reason to retract anything I said in my previous statemen1 recommending i Down's Kidney Tills, snd ran speak BVSja mor- highly of them at this time than I did in tMgJ," For sale by all dealers Price :,n cents. Foster -TMIhurn Co.. Buffalo New York, sole agents for the 1'nited State?. Remember the name Doan's and take no other- The Bulletin is tbe only seven da paper in Cairo. c 0 e nt NEW OHIO RIVER COMMISSION j REVIEWING RF.POr'T OF ENGI NEER ON IMPROVEMENTS. MAKE 1 RIP TO CAIRO AL3ut Middle of Augi.st South Needs Coal Body of Engineer Stewart In Bad Shape and Capt. Faudree Indignant. tug (Java chairman s Knglnea led Mai. I Tlrat this city smeni of II l ot en fonelu- lo hirnsl verify ti South War not sufficie wd furnace tune in Cincinn iti Undertaker of Engineer J Blar Cincin na low boat yesterday raphed t be prope Cairo; b paper. Cincin- cared on Its e been nniiicr. almoal hail that the body for and shinned in Zrrfval here i: was foi prepared in a very t being dumped into t i's h wa- picked tip General and Local Notes. The river marked 23.5 feet on Cairo gauge last evening showing tall of 0J of a foot in i bottTB. Rising rivers were reported yesier- j day from points above here as foi- lows: Parkernhdrg 9.2, Si. Paul 9X Davenpon 0-3, Chester sVl, The Ferd Herobl from Memphis was In port an hour yesterday mo n ing bound for St. lie The John S. Summers went tOUth with a barge after logs. The Thos. II. Heinon from St. Imls passe to the Tennessee river with an empty after ties. The Scotia brought two barges rail- sand ties out of the Tennessee river foi the Rig Four. The iDck Fowler was in port from Paducah yesterday as usual with lair business. The John A. ' tniiitie- from Si with coal. The Stacker la lynils at 3:30 p. V 'Vo-J brought five St Umta an 1 return, d e came rmt from St m. yeetettiay bound loi Memphis. Sh" ha I a fair trip from SI. Iiuis and male liberal addi tions here for iwiinis be-ween Cairo and Memphis, she got away at 8 p m. The Mary M. Michael came out from Paducah and ;,a-se,l to the lowe liver with two empties. Yesterday's River Forecasts. The Ohio, at BvaBsrilM, will prqb abb rise lightly nmight and Tines day. At Ml Vernon, not mm h change during the nel 86 h )Uts. Al Paducah and Cairo will continue fall ing during the next two or three days The Tennessee, from Florence to t'.ic mouth, will probahlv continue falling slowly duiing the next :ti he'.rr. The Mississippi, from below S' Laemi to above Cairo, not much i li.m.'i during the next 30 hours N. M. CI'NNINtiHAM, Oamarnaa. ROOSEVELT 'S GREETINGS (Concluded from Third Pate 1 held, I believe, until at last men bead their spears Int. pruning hooks an! cations learn war no ni'ire Taoj.-a.ni of Chris ian Endeavor coate-.n have been held eaih one a trainiu wrro AND STEAMBOATS ichool In denomlnatlshal comity nnu ilicy will eontlhie Id be I ' I c I fltttil IQOtS, though Btlll ley,, I iii thnlr own tenets, together wags war iur ih' oonqiteM of the world to Chrtat. Ofcrir. i I4ii Endeavor ll The Hague Ol the il "ominatlonnl world, ami eVefji conven . n Ih a conference of The Kuguc. of many another deQ a the band nihil ftee. . and I .IV 1 liter hi ar allegtanct i Master of u belni if tie add and i dews at doc thouaands of TIP f r tl irlatu .re! her rain. classes in i t d A Lareti- Mission Btlll. ui press ; think furnish committee) ur training they are ICbool or please pray- Report of the Secretary. resenting am Seen .1 Cbristi: ontrastim this, tary report led St hi sixty-niin on every continent, i s litciataie p in! d iu eighty lanucagt. it rnanifould activities touching every departmen' of life business. BOCtal, civic. Intel lectual, moral and spiritual with the little group of forty eight struggling societies tlmi were iu existence wbi I joined the ranks of Chrlf B En deav; r. I rejoice that I have lived lo iCO Christiau Endeavor J nier upon it -second quarter of a century large) in numbers, stronger in organisation! broader In its range of practical ac tiviries, and deeper in spirit than ever before in its his ory. Some Figures. I shall not trouble you with a stale ment of the thousands of milea travel ed by y ur secretary, the lens of thou sands of patient hearers addressed, tin scons of thousand! of letters and cir culars mailed nnd Hie millions Of paces of printed matter circulated since our last convention. My loved and honored predect aMi as general secrntntry. Mr Von Ogden vrogl reported at the Bsdtimora Con vention ;; 772 iaoe8ettes iu ail ih- BPOrM. It is my privilege 0 resirt the ! reaeni net enrollment of 88,188 so cieties. a net gain of 2.U,i', aocleties. Of these 47.701 are Young Peop.. -2.205 are liiterm liaies. 18847 are Jun iors, and the rest are Floating societlN and other classes, with a t tal men. beiship of 8,486 86w. From reports received from tin M cieties in this conn try barn that 167 861 members bavi anlted ih tin churches tluring the past year. A reasonable estimate fo,- all the socle ties for the ti yeais w hi!.! be 440- 881 or an average of 323.344 for each .ear. The gifts for missions, amd elaXI benev lences, largely local church work, aggtega e $43178386 l"r the two years since the lasl report, or an ave sga of $j ISO P 1 for each year. A long list of Junior snd IMMBBI li ne todettes report g its wl nn r $169 each and a sill longer list of Your.? People's societies rep- rt conti ibution rani:ing from $186 t:i J6M tni It I am to j dge fro mthe rport many churches ns iheir Chti-" ' Endavor so, nt as a cou nietr agincy for raising money foi local nee,);;. 1 am convinced that s triic'i 'arger proportion of lac m' ney given by the children and vming itcvip; should lie used for missionary prr no-, s in eixendine the Kingdom .1 the rejions beyond. ii '-ne had right of wa classes have been he 1 - for train tj b nd -ly claseea, and thousat -- s have be o .a Plans for promoting syst prnoi'iiona;e giing hsvp sentel. an) the Tenth I. -Tollmen! of thosv w b 1 cii than one ti nth o f'h ir It God s service, now numb members. n pr an en- g FOR THE BOY WHO HUNTS Hov to Make a Moccacin - ,X' X Tl is nothing better for wour- I iio; about the house, or when in Camp or in a canoe, (nan an inniou moccasin, says Tnpi an Adney in lie- en ;. Ion M IgasiUO. Tl.ei lo casins, lit B,re vario.is never, so ue IB ho hand beadwork, tuitable for kinds of w ill Bomely thai i rough sol't b suit abb tries u places 11 specially amentod ill rather ti while kin nnd 1 1 thi e t!'..ise hiade of .1 r.ioosehlda nro later v.varincoun tow Is dry, or in do not get wet. as I out here for wla thi r like blotting pa- I f New llrunswlck I mocecsln for their i o n at and ni;i wlil 'i Is vei icrvloeable be easil use a : rl. The a rd and jwhide. v made by anyone teodle and thread material la a strut, stiff ordinary calf Tiie Indians some 1 good pair out of r of old boots. A dio .-maker's needle, laker's thread, and who ca and an but not skin or til 111: a Rl Tli tltt&l le dh eye. men sins - use such a cuts out the shape by the it Is the wo i the mocea- but Its The USUI) quaw nial itbei 1 ii d placea it In a pan of er must hi to soak The tenth enough to cut out 1 as in Fig. 1. for rger piece must be ll two pieces shape moccasin. The 1; as Ion as the foot to lie covered. and there should be at least two Inches to spare h sides. She takes a string and measures arouud Ihe ball will ape as the and soine of the dis- tanco around the foot; the two pieces odg" to edge must he exnclly the distance, In order not to spoil a good piece of leather, it might be well the first time to make a paper pattern to cut the bather by. The large and the small piece are then placed edge to edge and sewn to gether as shown in Fig. I. The holes are made with the awl. bunt three stitches, as Indicated) will bring one to the curve and It is here that a Hub- Judgment is re quired. The distance along the curve of the sole piece being at least twice as long as that of the 01 her. It must be "crimped," about every quarter of an Inch. This is done by taking cab stitch In lb" sole alxtilt twice the lengih of the corresponding stitch in thi' top plere, or "tongue," as shown In Fig 2. If the crimps have been taken light the two sides will hsvo the same number of crimps In them, and the final fastening trill he exactly opposite the place of be ginning. When III Inhns been completed to this point It Is placed upon a fiat stone or board, and 'he sewing BtetVl.i po in b 1 fa' The futcre wean t ,. n puts bis foot Into It, 'ho back part Is brought around he1 ill. I V Ie 1 ' :.-,!. , .!:' f t ho brther notched with a knife Then C.e nioecnsln Is taken off and the spare lea'her If an. Is cut off by s straight square CSJ ( Flc. 4) and then gfMtt the r 'pes are st'H to gether nnoMieT ili'le nt is m-tde (Fig. 4i. to fit tbe tojnd of the hel; but this Is not c t t 1 : 0'igh . t i rr Is left a little tr o ;oln-. ,l sail. ' The s'ani Is then d up '. j an orer and over s'itrh. which Is alo po ind ed fst. when the masveasll Is reedy for 'he strings. Four doable st eich side. nd ; not are cat a'ong r In the middle sb .w n In Fig. string is ran dng lrtdT the of the tonga 8, and a through. !: Sil In tbe ir to ... . nsll Any Item that u of Interest to yot Is of interest to your rriends Tele phsme jour news to the BnlleUn. I nf 1 fn- toot 1 be smaller nil be c.victly tii" sniue sh other, one-half as long, what less than a third 2 3 'J there ler r.v.- for thn l 1 1 r- side stiln". 6, unrl the mou-asia is r Th : .is the r.n i "lefts," ne i iiring nsln takes the i trm of the root leather ma! t the hie t moeeaatn. The lambernion la mar nee a rnoecaetn made thin h' of o!1-t;:uned kr.llier v.l'h i A tun locking ntaoei i M out urly v. a 1 top the r prooi, .,011, la sewn n round lacing string Ih Imes n lo:i he upper e (Mspensed Iher dite, teed Is a and the like 11 1 "eivill tnit ! imoa Il Si '-PIK II, 1. boe, ' this white man's nttlvnaee,, ndlan'a. The idlins of 11 take a moose do moc- ! nnd not Canada ctsin in Inches a ron n d wiih a this way, sew a on. and fold ) lour he top tur an!. I" ami lasn 11 1 punu Btrink which par-ics o r the nnkl" and lash 5 ' i j- ton g two polll flnnl STIOM sin VO 1 ie of the moccasin and throuRh Utile loops nt each side at tho where In our diagrams tho sowing is done. This Is their n 'casin; but the inocn cTlbcd. if made large vi ral pniva of heavy .; In winti r for tho here KB fo Cm:. Organ EuiloVr. illv interesting game German children ivers choose one of be the Organ ltiilld aund among the rest u In a straight row. 1st hold out both his dded in front of him illdcr goes along the 'These are good or rhen he taps each lightly with a thin player whom- he ve forth a long, s.is- repreecnt a tone of OS not suit the Organ demand an Improve" run e, and the players hi 11 rd a sound from i,e," he retiree long llndfolded, While he 'organ pipes" change Fin their d t! gan pla. Stic' tout tain the Bui enough la awaj plnces. t( b Win the Organ Baltder ' Alto I am bl He n tapn th ill mv organ be. now id and cannot see?" dies out with bis stick outstretched hands of and one of tl pinyi e one wno is strucH v utter the same a did the first tlmo, ulider may demand d three times. is -" naming the must lintnedi sound as he o nnd the Orgs that it be rCJ ""hen he ni "Ah, this 1 player who he If he has m 1 hlnks It is. gu ssed correctly, all the Buyers dance around him nnu sing: "What a builder have we here? What a Wretched, wretched ear, Though the pipes sound out so clear' " Then they all change plnces again and the Organ Pulldor must try the nexl "pipe." If, however, ho guesses correctly, the play era sing: 'Though the master have no sight, He can tell his pipes aright! See jour orj-'iui with delight!" And they pull the bandage from his ej es been The "pipe' guessed BMtl whose name has take his place. Qaa e of Initials. A good game for you to plav Is this: Distribute paper nnd pencils among the boys and girls, one for each, and tell them to write down at the head of theft sheets of paper their own Initials, each one to write down his own Initials only. , Then read aloud the folloylng quesiiems for them to write down In the order tha' ou give them. These questions they mast answer with words beginning with the In ula' After the questions have all heen snvMt'-d, or after "time is up" gather all th" pa perl und read the am wets aloud. Here Is an example: Oue boy's Initials were H. O. P.: What do JfOSJ like best to eat? Beans Otherwise peas. What is your worst fault? Boast ing Of Pcr'onran 1 ' 'hat Is your greatest virtue? Be ing fVi ssseaallj Pio.is. Many other questions may be gh'ti. su h as "What did you dis like sjoal us a rhlld?" "What do you most dread in the future?" "What do you most hope for In the future?" etc.- North American. Peter's Nlnhln-sre. As larv Peter lay in bed. The Ho - '. ''J on bis head. And said. "If we cot you In two. How r, any halves would come from you ? And what would the proportion be If of your fingers we took thr'-e? Or If we ate one-half your pie. Whst fraction would you eat, and why?" So ail night long the fractions sat Asking shout tN thing st i hnt. fill Peter woke and rrl-l. "Oil. dear. ITI have to J; i : ; :. I I '!" Most all 1ie merchants mlvctl Ii Keeping everlastingly at It Insure eoccfeM. Advertise in tbe Bulletin. Bh n ;"t or pi, it : i va In Fj.j. "'pled. m o no ' 2 ! ---rv'-ffN I