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m IVl CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1997.
jOur SemiAnnual Clearing Sale ; OF SUMMER GOODS WILL BEGIN TOMORROW AND LAST UNTIL EVERY YARD IS CLOSED OUT t PRICES WILL BE REDUCED ON ALL STRICTLY SUMMER GOODS and especially on such lines that we happen to be over-stocked with. Merchandise That Sell the Year lAround We Expect to Sell at Regular Prices. HERE ARE THE GOODS WE OFFER YOU AT CUT PRICES. All Ladies and Childrens Parasols both wash and silk you can now buy at greatly reduced prices. Z All Infants and Childrens Headwear both Straw and Swiss you can now buy at I -4 off All Fancy White Goods Including Swisses, will be sold at about 1-3 off. ft 50c Silk Mousseline now reduced to 35c 65c Navy Blue silk tissue ' " 45c 25c Colored Organdies " ' " 1 5c 25c Black and Gray checktd voiles " 1 8c 25c Colored plaid voiles H " 12ic 25c Ettemines are " t " "1 8c 25c Colored Swisses " " " 1 8c 25c Zephyr Tissues " " " 17c 10c Lawns 44 44 44 8c 20c LingeryCloih 44 44 " 2ic 15c White Dimities 44 44 44 c 16c 44 44 " 44 1 2c 20c 44 44 44 44 " 1 5c 22c White Dimities now reduced to 25c 29c or 30c 35c $7.00 Lawn Opera Waists $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $4.98 $3.75 $3.50 $3 or $2.98 it it i. ii ii it it if ii ii ii tf ii ii ii ii if ii ii ii ii ii ii if if ft it ft tt t. ft ii it tf it ti it 17c 19c 24c 27c $5.00 $4.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.25 $2.50$2.25 La wnOpera waists reduced to $ JS $2.00 or $1.99 " " " $39 $1 75 " " " " i 05 $1.50 " " f c $1.25 " $,;0() Bargains in Foulard Silk Dress Patterns $1.25 Foulard Silks now reduced to Q5c 75C 59c 75c Pongee Silk $1.25 Taffeta silk checks 20c Chiffon Silks now reduced to H 55c 39c 57c 85c 10c Beautiful Embroideried Waist Patterns to close out at 49c, 60c and $1.15. Worth 75c, 98c and $1.50 Every piece of goods here quoted is a bonafide bargain and cheaper then we could duplicate the same goods for, but we believe this is preferable to carrying goods over from one season to the other. SAMUEL WHITE. aanaBBaaai 1 igmmm . Ill JLULtAt t . . f. f. . t. - ...?.-.. . 1. 1 . 1 NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS g MOUNDS. July 16. 1907. Mr. H. Si Hudson, our up town racr 1 bUtt, transacted business In Cairo Mi tiilay. Miss Marie Go-n, of Birds Point, Mo., ic nrni'il to her homo aftor a tNlTl visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Titus, of Spencer Heights. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Brltton drove iivit to Mound City to do some shop ping Monday. Lester nil low. of Tamms. III., was In town yesterday. Mr. and Mm. M. E. Dun.- woi 1 h ate in Sparta. III., spending the week with (hot: daughter. Mrs. Bouigoyne. T. M. Tl.ua drmi' in from his beautiful gatfiatry home em thu east ride. noriK of town. Mon lay. The tomato crop Is moving lively NOW from i!!a Ridge . The quality ha born damage. I somewhat hy (he lot showers scalding the fruit. Mr. Will Spanning of the firm of Spauldirig & Craln, of Villa Ridge, wan In Mounds yesterday on hnineas. Mrs. B. W. Moore and son have Mitif to 81. Louis to villi with friends a few days. C (' Trammell and Geo. II Wo-ai will soon have their aew cottages ready for occnpany. There house? were rented before the foundation? were laid. Chnrl-M Walker, of the I r forro s :ff (amy thL- week on aecount of sickness. Frank E back ai woik. Mr. J, v. sawyer, of villa Ridge, was down Tuesday morning and liought a fine building lot in the new rraflnad addition. Mr. S. I.. Kerr, the I. C. lot man aaa disporc! of quite n number of fine building lots. There are some good lots unsold, but those that come first will get the best. The citizens ot Mounds are glad to see the lo's sold and especially so when the par ties a oet houses for rental purposes. K each lie on the mat ki t had a neat house on it they would add materially to the look", of our city and we do not think there would be anv vacant - MOUND CTTT, ELL. July 16. 1907. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs HI'e Jlillerjch Is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs Ben Hlankenship left Sunday. July 1 tf b. for Jackson. Tcnn where they will spend I week wi ll Mr. Hlankenship 's relatives. Miss Mona Conne II left Monday to make a month's visit wiMi reia ive at McClure. M E. McOammon. fi;rm(rly of this place, was In town Monday. L M. Bradley has started the erec tion of three cottages on upper Main street. A. A Austin has the contrac. Mrs. Sarrie 8 pence has returni.i from a rial' with her sister. Mrs. H Ca'vla at livings. The M. E. church held a social on : oer a' the oper Lucas, of Waterloo. Ia .ftb lawn of L. C. Porks Monday eve day evening. Iuls. lira. Vivian Montgomery of 81. Louis, is the guest of relatives In this city. The roulter-Kinley Limber 0in pany dissolved partnership, J. N. Bowers having bought Mr. Flnley'a Int Croat, Mrs. Cert rude Blnkemore of St Louis, is the guest of Mrs. George Schuler and other relatives in this city. Wrn. W-esterman and afmily have had as their guests this week. Misses Mary Huette. Ada Walker, Amanda Cfom of Cairo, and Mr. Robinson, of Tampa. Fla. Miss Lurlene Bartlett entertained 1 party of six girls to a C o'clock dinner in honor of Miss Florence Stophlet's guest. Miss Blrk of Owens boro, Ky., Monday evening. After dinner the party were joined by six gentli'men at dance at the St. Char les Hotel. The following were l:i a'- O. G. Burnett was in Vienna n 'business one day this week. J. O. Uristow, of Creal Springs, was visiting with relaitves here last Wed nesday. J. Spleldock. (if Vienna. 111., was looking aftor business Interests here this week. Mr. Oliver Mackey attended the re ception at Dr. H. O. Williams' In Belknap last Tuesday evening. Mr. Shoemaker, of S'. Louis, Mo., was here1 to visit with Mr. Spleldock this week. Mrs. W. II. Lenlon visited In Vlen na I lr , one day this ewek. Pres. Billingsley was in Cairo on business Wednesday. Frank Wright and wife. Sam Peel er unit wire, ot Helknaii. III., spent Sun. lay Ijere with friends. Jame-i Wright was down Sunday from Vienna. Will Evors. of Belknap, spent Sun day with his sister. Mrs. Dr. Tarr COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL BORE FOR OIL AT UNITY Cairo's Progressive Organization Takes Prelimin ary Steps Toward Project at Meeting Last Night tendance: Edna Miller, aKte Boyd Rose Mulron.-y, Florence Stophlet.j .v . A Victor has bought the l.o;.. tlful resilience pn perty tof Fred Lurbne Barfle't. an.l Miss Blrk. Or Rice. Fred HchvI, Chris. Keller. Dr Spere and Harry Perks. Mis Minnie Boyd was the guest of Mrs. .las Cloud, the early part of the week. Clara Peiks left for her home In Villa Ridge yesterday. Miss Colonial Turner returno.t to h tin- at Vienna after a visit wl'h her mother. Mrs. H. Cooper. Miss Gerahllne Reed and Mr. Ed ward Parks of Cairo, were married here at the court house Saturdav afternoon. The ceremony was per formed by To- n'.y Clork Roy Adams. The wedding of .Tames Bolar and Miss Ethel Webb, occurrad at Anna III . Sunday. The Episcopal church gave a con- hon.-e this tTaea chairman it 'he (; varwe committee IM th railroad men Is in Mounds laoktag aftr 'be interests of the L C. employes. Scleral of the south en1 !. C. boys MM made to smile this morning by the pay car sppin;hro. A' the council rr eet ire laft ni?ht Mr. Ed McCiren was apnotnted and eonfl med village marshal for tlv en - line year Engineer I. H. Bond who has aa off duty for the past three aaoatha ts An altercation arose Mondav even ing between W. T. Hollifi. ld. e ian at the Water and Light Comnanv and a Mr. Baker, a lineman for th amo comjianv in which Baker hH HollifieM over fhe head inflicting severe bat act 1 wounds. Bake.- made his has not yet ben appreh Mrs. Gran! Boron. wh relatives tw. left Mooda few dy with frienrfa la Cairo, prin to her departure for her home ia St Gaunt in tin Wes- End. The Vieauta base ball team came down and play 1 Grand Chain Sun day. the score being 9 to 1 In favor of Vianna. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barber, a boy. on July 14. 19o". F. A. Greer, of Belknup, was do- n Sunday. Miss Flora Moore and Clatie Joo'v't visi'i'd in Mounds Sunday the guet's of Mr and Mrs II C. Moore. Mr. 8. Spleldock is spending a aw) in St L uis with his family. Cole Tarr. of Mound City, was Ibsra on business Saturday Mrs Harry Setolmlre. of Carrie Mills, ia sr-mling a few days with I relatives here. H. B Bartleson is in St. LorU on business. 8. O Fields and llt'le daue'-'r" The Commercial Club at a mee mg la:-t night look preliminary stepg to- waMl the organiation of oniuanv to dig oil wells at Cult v. Alexander county. The Bulletin frequently has men tioned the likelihood of oil existing near Cnity and has chronicled all ffovts (ha have been made by prop erty owners and representatives of syndicates to develop the oil business ip Alexander county. Dr. J. A. Qlbba of I'n1t. as will be lemornbered, has been ore of the leading factors in the promotion of the oil wellg anl last night he ad dressed the Commercial ciub'ging an Instructive and in'erestinc talk on the oil regions and exhibiting maps tending to prove that Cnity la in the 0I1 belt The Commercial Club, last n ght ap pointed a ommi'toe coaapoaed of Mayor George Parsons. County Clerk Jesse E Miller and Dr. Oibba to do vise ways and moans for ti, do.el.ip mont or the oH regions in A!eandar county, preliminary to a per man out organization which will be formed tor the purpose. The discovery of oil In paying quantities n this county would mean .1 wonde lul boom for Cairo and the entire county and the Comme-rcla! Stab which ha boon the prmoter of many Important business projects for the e i y and county has shown again a most commendable enterpriso in tiklag up the promotion of the oil project If WUi be remembeted that Capf. MM UtatbjM and others of his family who own large tracts of land at Cnity .ie among the putdic-aplrttai people of -hat vicinity who werei ready to leaee thoj land to a ijjatl -,, . w..-, 'in:. 10 u- 1 rne matter last year but manv uropi e.wnors alKMit I'nlty absolutely re fii i I t. MMaMaV the offers of the prouioti is who wanted o hsise tber lands ard 'ho project came hi natigtit Now that heme people hare taken hold of the matte r if is aet likely thst rny ohsta los will le placed in tho way of th' promo ers by pn;,er . ft ners. on every out of town letter delivered. In 18i2 tht. carriers were firs: put in uniform and placed on a salaty of $1.- NO a year. Mr. Delaney Is 83 years of ago and Tor the post few years he ha been n carrier out of station F at Third avi r.ue and Twenty-eighth Bireet, RIFLE OUTPUT CUT DOWN. Springfield. Mass . July 16. Follow lug a shut down of several months the small arms plum at the Cnlted Sta'os Armory here resumed operations to day. In pursuance of ordera from the war department the number of ooer- atlvos has (won considerably reduced and tho output of the plint hereafter will he 213 rifles per day. NOTICE TO, NATIONAL CASH REGISTER USERS. Mr. A. V Hayes, traveling mechan ical inspector for the National Cash Ragteter Company, of Bayton. Ohl will le In Cairo for this entire weei. for the purpose of putting into good condl Ion any National register that may need attention. Pleaae notify Mr Hayes either by mall or telephone at The Ilalliday house ( W II SSLKR. Agent. BIDS WANTED Sealed proposals will r d bv OLDEST POSTMAN RETIRES. tki lixt arrtkla Vrtak U U WstM Qmda is Barm.es at ll t4 Pass, iinrrim mm 4 Hmm 4t New Vork July IS. James Be! GRAND CHAIN, ILL I Alby. and Miss Pearl Johnson, nf the undersigned up to noon August the oldeat letter earner ia Ue Belknap, spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs. Theo. Rather. I plie'S s scalp ipe an-tj vlsl tntj pend a . July i. 107. John B. Calhonn. of Monnd City wis hero on t n'nnss this week. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. All persons riding bicycles on sld--walks or wheels without lamps In 1 1 Mrs. Frank Kreitner Is visiting ia lation of the city ordinances will bo St. Ixmis and PrlleiIio ihls week. 1 punishe-d John McLaire had business n Cairo Tueaday. ostent of the law. MARTIN EGAN. Chief of Police. 1st, 1907. at his office. No. 805 Com-! States, retired I iar af er more than motrial avenue, for furnishing the Cai ! fifty yeais uninterruptedly In the err ro Public Schools with 400 tons. n?cre!vtee ef i ncle Sanx In hi ha'f 1 i or less, of Lump. Nut and WasheJjtuiy of work Delaney has walked a Slack Coal. Idlaance greater than ffve ttm Same to be delivered a' the sever around the world. Many are th? a! school buildings as ordered. 1 changes he has aeea In the postal ser The rieht is re served to reject any, vice and the methods of ma I rtelnorv J V It i . JfM Pfff5aaaa i or all bids. EDWARD L GILBERT Secretary Board of Education. M he mail ary. 1 be first er.tered the serf!' the carriers received no stated al Instead they received oae eamt ' m asaapja gtl eat aaate i p ahavaM aaX a ar mea . T. LANAAN. BOCI AGENT,