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OHIO BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20 1907.
THH CAIRO BULLETIN. h.uibllthed 1MH. Pabllinad Dally and Sunday by the Ballatln Oompny at 70S Ohio Street. Phonal M. Subscription Rates by Mall. Invariably (Jain In Advance. On a year. Daily and Sunday H-OO Subscription Rates by Carrlar. By oarrler In Cairo a month By carrlur, outalde of Cairo 80c a month Notice to Subscriber. 8ubcribersilllJ0tifera favor by reporting to thin office any lack of prompt delivery on Wie part of carrier. Kntered at the Cairo Pontofflce aa eoond-cla Mall Matter. CIRCULATION STATEMENT. tin' ringing of tfte welkin In the call of W'ai ! son . mi the Bonnie Banks o' Heargrnss, to .1. hnson on Hi"' banks of Hi,. Imperial Mississippi. BOfllfl tori h from his tenl mi lead the Demo em tie lmsis to victory. There la the wall of deapalr la the cull of the ret prim of ninny fights, always goiiu; down lo di-fent. anil fore: (dug with pi- photic vision another defeat In Htorp for himself and his pariy under th- Inevitable leadership of the (lau- tleman fron? Nebraska, it la the law son' of the dying swan of Democracy poured oui from the rturoess 01 iob heart, and the throat, to the Man from Minnesota, Who knows bettor than to go ii) against the -Man from i braaka who has the nomination cinched and who looks on the Wat- h feelings akin mxh tljr ijtgltrr lEiUtratuut By HON. JAMES HRYCE. British AmKiHtndor to United Mate. WHERE THE DRUMMERS STOP Stories of Odd Hotels. wl teraonian byplay to amusement.'' It Is to In igh! Why. y her, there has been no " Tired of their "dark horse n sore need of some kind Average number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Bul letin piloted dally and Sunday for the year lf06 2028 Averne-e number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Bui- stimulation, the let In printed daily and Sunday dining the mouth of June 1907 2168 June Circulation. 1 dlGO 16 2209 17 2140 18 2101 19 2114 20 2433 21 2440 22 3028 dltlb ai if have 2.. 3.. 4.. 5. . 6.. 8. 9. 10. . ft., 12.. 13.. 14. . 15.. . . . 2053 ...2120 ...2150 . . .2136 ...2150 ...2136 ...2127 ...2050 ...2120 ...2130 ...2135 ...2130 ...2104 ,..2140 23. . 34. . 25. . 26.. 27.. 28.. 29. . 30.. . .2061 ..2124 ..2107; . -212! ' . .fttSlJ ''CM , .2100 i ..2008 te, ami ii miner trotted mil of their own skv-stnb c the tlerv. untamed steed of the Minnehaha, the lively thoroughbred of the Dacotas and the Ojibways. the Mediterranean ub-Arabiaa, Scandinavian War-horse John Johnson, of St. Peter, St. Paul and St. Anthony - all 8 capnri soned and led him up before tl Grand Stand, which, Courier-Journal. v other than mount ID! fteit year for Louisville Courier Jo1 UODUOTION and t rnnsporralian, nil over tlie world. ieen transformed by science, and the effeel of scioncc itrOnglj Celt in editenl ion. Sixty years Oflo sen have a I. so lie In at oitrse. Is t Ban w e ride? V fireworks. rnal. MAYOR OK NOI'l.KSYll.LK. in tin curriculum of it is tryinfl to relecatc i lo a seeonda ry place, coming necessary to ins as ODOoscd to the nat ur I aafc JPOU to join me in i ons the individual man of scientific si tirely, not for success in any ocenpt gainful pnrpow . but for what may univerbitv education ha? ended. All education has two sides. the skill, the habits of diligence and practical snccess. It is also meant t tatte, to culiivate the imncrination and enjoy those delights which belong to h( which (roes on, or ought to go on, all th Every one of us ought to hare i i that life which he leads among others i it to gain money or power, or fame, 0 v,i- prominent part itiea, and now erat are not given and u n i .- of lantfti purls of ihe world it is be t upon i he importance of the human, 1 or scientific subjects, lering the value and helpfulness to idioi and of literary studies, rcspee lion or profession, nor for any othei be called the enjoyment of life aftei It is meant to impart the oiu duration i form the e wnic ia racier. ions, to prepn sure, and to tl ihin his own h inner 1 i fe. ove knowledge. to insure to impart I a man to 1 inner life trt, iii.l a l,i up The above Is a correct statement ofj the number of complete and perfect copies o fthe Cairo Bulletin printed for he year 1906 and for the months of June 1907. CLYDE SULLIVAN, Business Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me this first day of July, 1907. LEO. J. KLEB. (Seal). Notary Public, i rhb hid lie ought to hate some daily routine. Whatever er or common type, it is )r at the taste or j ood for him. r pursuit is. e to which he can turn irsuit may lie, whether ut of course, the more 0 much the better for ,1 1 recall one hotel down in the south land which had one of the niosi primi tive bills of fare In the world, writes B, I." Croaalaad, in the Chicago Trib une. The colored hoy appeared al the elbow of the guest morning, noon and night, and his simple Inquiry covered ihe entire ground: "How you laik yoh algs?" Indeed, the -south until within the last decade, and In some spots still, furnlMh.es the limit In the hotel line. I remember one evening In March down in Kentucky, I had driven 25 miles over mud roads, and, arriving at the hotel, which appeared tolerably com fortable, l inquired if I could get a hot bath, and, to my delight, w as informed that 1 could. A tine rain, half snow. .. . . . . . was tailing and a nigh wind blowing, I went to the room, disrobed, and, throwing a bath robe around me, fol lowed the negro boy down the corri dor. Pretty soon we emerged on to a latticed back porch on the second story and in a latticework that was covered with vines in midsummer stood a bathtub. Into which the boy had dumped two buckets of hot water. The latticework was open, and evon the flaring lamp, sizzling as the snow flakes struck It, revealed me to half th" neighbors. I gave up tho luxury of the bath and retreated In as good order as possible. One of the oddest hotels I ever struck was up in the lumber district of upper .Michigan. I hit the town one election night, and found the place crowded with lo rSEPl'L COFFEE POT FIIII IS. Can lie Cleaned W illi Facility and ai Readily Replaoad. An improved coffee pot Biter which can bo removed and cleaned with facility and us raattll) replaced, is shown In the accompanying Illus tration. This filter can be used In conjunction With any coffee pot, It consists of a tubular body, supported in an upright port! lion on wire leg! near the lop Of the pot. Secured to j tlio tube is a cloth bag, which reaches OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Population 16,147. Illinois, Mayor, OHOROn PARSONS. Cle-k. It. A. HATCHER. Treasurer, tiio.mah e. ma honey City Attorney, f. M. MOORE Comptroller, EUNKST NOR I )M AN. Police Magistrate, A. J, ROSS, Chief of Police. M. S. EACAN. : I .a.. ii..... i I ii. iii I Alexander County, Population 22,467. County Clerk, JESSE E. MILLER. Circuit Clerk. I, MR It. PAV13. Sheriff, FRANK E. DAVIS. Btatd'S Attorney, ALEXANDER W II. HON. Coroner. DR. JAMES MeMANUS. County Bup rintendent of Schools, PROF. JOHN SNYDER. A sor and Treasurer, FRED D. NELLIS. Board of County Commissioners J. J. .1EVNK1 LE. Chairman. OEORGU5 PARSONS. DR. EOW1N J. OATJ8B. MOW W TRAIMfJ W Corrected to July 10th, 1907. eaie itaktVi a,rjw ,- B A Q HOI. OS COFFEE. near the bottom of the ci when fixed in position, Th made from a thin textile, ffc MB ba.i possible receive boiling v the pot cold wat to tho pot Is t belnf end to pouring river Oard affair The Bulletin la en aaie at the fol lewlng placea: Coleman's, 214 Eighth atreet. Halllday Houae New Stand. Walker, 10 tlxth street tlw Front lataurant. nientiy nemg aw hat in a nday "calm' v "din." Con- potent in this direction iracticul lessops are tha iences is now purstu ire-et that education has V AFTOMOBI i.ES. study ot languages and history tention to the technical philole i "s. Nowhere in the world iiots flu the people that receives a universitv effects of this will doubtless be felt As .in amount illustration of ! monev Bpent fo Ricfimond Time in I960 America :v to Ihe gove;nnii I i-Ul pai. 101 rae PSSiaTffrt cana! strip. This leads to a consideration of th Stupendous growth of the automoliil business since the time it became o sufficient intportance to attrne' the ai tention of the governmerri censti: gatherers. Prior to I!'"" this buHuts w is in inslgnificani to in jear it began Its talile Bhowlug hoi en the en the les.ui i m mad i ir Ice cream and icen nut aider the TlbhS would have if the Hon. Wilson his exceprlone; but now reported owth, the it has i 1906 In H follow! 1900 ' Number ut' es tablishnients ! Capital f'.'O 5r-i,21 Salaried offl- cialselc Balaries $ I.n7i:.L Wage earners . . in. 2: Wages $ C.lTS.'.i.". Miscellanteou expense Cost of terlals Value product , Many of the i ed In 1900 wen and the growth ahown in the valiu twy lans at twilight and the intportaBl of all the baslnonei is world, the courtship htduatry, lie carried on without restraint eer is Ihe Mayor ol ft real It Noblesville II . . I 3,946,369 .$11 I&8.138 126,651 06 1 894,770 I'.JH ; 181.129 DUNNE F SKN ' j perception ot the t enjoying those Qmp jrinatiou opens to u. to do with a greal deal more than Students must remember that i y must beware df giving exclusive a work and to purely critical in ere seem to be so large a jiroponi, location as here m America, the next generation. Iet ns omplcte etjuipmenl of vour tit al for ciric nrocrresa. but also le pleasures which ihe cultivation of taste hope ieiis in a iciti and ibht Srittl of fcitil prrrh By REV. DR. POLEMUS H. SWIFT, Chicigo. he Etc devil tins WOO cannot M How many evil lake; On ! I the conui of e is i is th forms Now down tin: a small I dining-ro kitchen ' heads to (he ings. and yet room enough itors in town nine o'clock the proprletoi curiouslv and lurneo in. At midnight ev and half the pic! snoring, when, s a trace of warni rcrrra friiin nil 11,, infl I - .... ' : , percolates 1 ut re was one hotel The office and one side, the n the rear and ruling along the completed the f cot beds with le the furnish ias onlv about tracts tin In tho wel the water ig and ex the coffee (,I IHIN K 1 HE M il. ter looking nie Idently dchatini me to a bed, a: rned. y ie the floor. The what clothes tht retiring and sta ment. I was dl uddeiily and without Ing, every cot was iccupants dumr-ed on leepers arose, put on had removed Iiefore ted out without com led for a minute and Tela I 111 111 when m indt n w 1 feting in lint false reports because the circulation will m. Now he is the conaciencekafl oolitich possible candidate for Fnited Sta i senator by those Democrats who be 1.804,287 lieve a compromise between Brja-i 1.718.011 "n,l Sullivan can be arranged. As itablishmenf s report- mayor of Chicago Dunne always oc experimental shops. I capled a gcod position on the top of ot ihe industry Is J 'he fence be' ween Mr rtrynn and Mr. Sullivan. He stndlously avoided be ing drawn into 'he imbroglio between the national and state Democratic of product and Tre fc.leral report goes on to say: 1 1 he nat "ITnli; c t.;e bicycle, tae automobile leaders. Is :: t osoalially a n w vehicle, hut In his merely a carriage, or truck with a Pv tn I new- m-aiks of propulsion, possessing I of ojiei many advantages over a 1 diaw'n bv hi i--i A ;i iih-aii- I aniu.-eiiieiil its popiilniu . .. , llii pracll a l decline, but it time value has ben so Ibotoug.'ily del 3t rated thai its use will doubtless In come more gene' id ach u-e e-lin.-year, iinlil it is ilispluced li some Vehicle as much it.s Bupei:or as ihe aiutomobilc is the of 1. horse and w,i.-. u Such is FncleSani In his gre.'t desire pot to offend Bryan Dunne avoided the appearance of openly courtina ihe powerful as sisliilice of Mr Sullivan, and in Ills desire not lo offend Mr S Uivan be wi ni so far ns in jejeet ihe Nebraa I au's offer in -peak for Dunne in the list merateHMM canpalga For thai reason it is argued if any- hndy can unite the two factions of Illinois Democrat Dunne is the man o do It if the npnrt can lx' kept in circuit date. Then there is the devil of Lro thrre are in our dav. How persi-t' ical ttieir business. I lie personal remark in half IP. H infidenei njure st n ie one whom ."ioician, who persists in re ts days and davs ago, liecause I. ill make votes for his candi- ow tnany demons of that tvpe j k. ep at work. Mow diuboT- II) ill-founded tille or :t repeating criticism. A alight fling, a which exerts a diabolical influence thai idiMed. It is oftentimes just a half ions word, a deprecating sentence, a whispered suspicion, a half truth or a whole truth thai ought never lo be sjwiken, an insinuation that ought not to have amounted to anything. There is alas ihe deiil of unkind Speech. How coanaiOtl that de mon is. You will find him in good homes. You will meet him in vour oftiee. lie i- pot ;i atraagea at your dub. His bee is not unknown in Vour church. There are a groat many people who arouM soari to tell a lie, who would spurn slander, who could no) ! charged with gossip, to whom ial-ehood i an utter stranger, who are e guiltv of making a place Doners P.-tter$on. of Freenort. th view, an I it ls fli'inocratic n r of the house in the .interesting to i oie that speculator ncenl latnn . ! fhailes Boaacll rJrapon economy construe this repoil t . n. t.-n. ,,r Kdardsvllle eiltoi f ajaaan a c!eap tiius of the HiUouiobile j The K t .va:,', up. luteliicnneer and RO the puichnsers of the future. Ooe I ( wice e!ialrman of ihe Dem ., 't holds that B' in eo::i etiiion i. - rei committee will he rival Rarfecn she re any manufactur.-rs will j eanddiev ,.r the honor of th Demo- , reduce t tie pri,-e: while an-itbei chool 'ir roninatlot ppnvemnr Mr "Insists thit I'm- autiirc nil" will follow '.the course of the bi?e!e. t'c.t.n !. M Bo drop In.) 'he hands of a mist . i . I n n t Doth the "plao of the narraw market with Rogei Sullivan Dem , . . ;the la-ge pr devel ia it wider field . n a small' r ni in - t B' biii ; i --.-t ; ' h of pll' I !. II'O I , I . ; and i! pi a es aie i lm I tun i no, ,i.,i ibiw rv?n halt oIIht u r AMUSEMENTS I .if a la -tin -d. rtsll: if d Ivers i . ,n,.:, f.,i tied. Ant in h l potentialit v of fee is social and business n In between man and man an l if ily con-tolled will effect both i and rural conditions to the l et ml of IkjIIi. I of : b. At Tdr An dome - -1 . .i r l.i Hi. i,i. 'nmedlan pi n tin ,,v f and the .el at the KW Air haw- m Ifeem I aTease t ben ter. ii ,,f i- u, stiiH'nlH'sd'. psin plays yet predated, full ot latereal and a play for Mie jm-ic which everyone enjoys The Alrdnme is cool, and pleasant and is the mot jKipular amusement theater in the ritf. Have Ihe n.mherx whicti are i.iwn out Bitrhtly. a cosh prize .f Ra.lMI Will be piven avav uSmm,,v . the holder of the lucky number. Hieb to Is Johnaon?" asks tbe CimHn class apeelaltlen i,y Marlon T.-.ft Bill; gaaaassaaillal Trfbwae. and then. , Howard. 1 .'" ).,, . S. aM y. , lab tha tether both of the ex j Majors. Moving picrares and lllns 1hmehi and the implied fem rrati Cut : . r-Uie rlvlffl ae40ib"r addr-- cast a vorc f.,r y..ur rave old we is nothing of the natsn ot hf ';n,est which 1 loe. a"." Ii Wk aor the shout of victory n-" nuht. T THE DARK HOUHE lUmttau b Unte Not Nrriiri. By MRS. CHARLFS E. HUGHES, Wife of Governor of New York. i iiciicw Dial woman now ha an influence in the community a- a non partisan that she would entirety lose if she arere t tan? the bal lot. That subtle, un ia . ed ;ii tnofphl re which surround., her is of more value to humanity lhan ', ia noa fret- fmm those cor tin n know much and women ic-half the coiiiiniinit to which her vote could possibly lie to the sta! rtipti'Ut-. from those straleies, of v ' sn little. Is it not well to have at 1 .i the wmd "praft" is more r less an unknown 'lu.ini iti . and "puT!" merely a ii, .rd that m n m after-liun-r ";i'i .ito.o !.n i lade.- have Jet t the room f I think that women a tei her .is well a tnoth-r-rs. do their full share in shapin-j the country 'a fu ture, by i-liapmj: its citizen. A more ir les dintd Iliethoil Soilid lie the ,-, iimi- f ' - iiillu- ence. M n now rcsect Ihe opinions of lls-ir wirea and I mother-. Usaii-i they know them lo Is- uiiinfltienteil bv any luit the broad princtplr- of right :md wrorijr. Of the jiettv personal itiea of politics they know nothing, and that is th -cctxt of their influin-. iieji began to klcl: to the boss, who stood In the doorway and yelled: "All out:" "What the dickens does this mean?" I doiiiamift, tu.tly. "First shift turning out," he ex plained, and as he did so a line of men marched in and retired, while those who had slept in the first shift slipped iway to the near by saloons. At three o'clock the second shift was dumped onto the floor and at six, when the third shift was dumped, 1 paid the boss one dollar extra to let nic turn in and sleep until eight. In earlier day's, when I was selling farm machinery in western Kansas. I struck some queer hotels, but the odd est of all was owned and operated by a genius named Richards in a little village in Sheridan county, 15 or 2(1 miles from Hoxie. Richards was a queer character, and his specialty v invention. He had invented more worthless things than any man In the country. Almost everything he made would work, but they all required more time and la bor than the things he tried to Im prove on. Ills ban lot and barn, as well as bis little one-story hotel, were filled with things he had Invented. He put me to bed in a small room, perhaps eight by ten, with one small window, and one extremely narrow loor. I noticed as he showed mo into the room that the place seemed to have double walls. I retired. The night was sultry and close, hut after a time I tell asleep. .Sometime during the nislit I was awakened by a .jarring, a umiblinc, and the thought (lashed into my mind that a evcbuie bad struck us I leaped out of bed and ran to the window. A ii hening sensation of falling came over me. Everything was dark. I jammed my arm ihrough the window and my fist struck solid Aarth. I was terror stricken, hat witn a jar tne movement ceased, and with a few minutes we beean to ascend again and stopped suddenlv. A gust of wind struck me and as 1 was about to climb ihrongh the window K, chants opened the door and asked "How did she work?" 1 demanded an explanation. ' Cyclone." he said, cheerily. "Took the calf barn and two haystacks and part of Dobb s barn and his windmill. I thought it was going to hit us and let ou down." The next morning he showed mc the mechanism. Every steeptaa room was nalh a double room, the Im-idc !c!ng like an elevator, and be had si.- d w. ichts and counter aeichta until by pu hln.g a Ir-ver he could drop all the - Wrwrt; in the hotel down into the cellar until the ryclone passed. It Made Difference. Tamtam I hear our engagement wltli Misa Boodle ia off. How did it happen? rnftTfT In strict confidence, my i i id. she got mad because 1 stole a i r l se.- wli that should pro I -when you were encaged." -Well, yon see, I stole the kiss from atiotlH r g.i I.' Exchange. Applicati take away left by sevi To clear the juice o salt in a g I morning. Either or water will flower wate obtain the For corn the common da cation of whit the corn to disi It is decided! tice certain ba will do much t iclty of movei body perfect p enf will id spots I r "mm Nertk -J; 4 i KolS ?47 a ni n.. -.11:1. 4 No 8 3 St a in Mm -'. ,, Voit.. 11:00 am fof . . SW r a I.. ttifa m foa ... sits j Mo t t:it p m No n . ... Sttt p a Vol .... f ill n m I IfoSM SrtS MovS 10 31 p n I 'PoM 11:00 a a 'Jfrcept Snnrtsr 'Krrept Unnflr-y I. O. From Boot t. O. 00i flc:U No 4- i-0t a in Mo ! giro p ,. 2(4 1:17 a m Vo30!.. .. ?'M r. m No 9:10 a ra Not).. :1S a i Wot 11:157 a m Ntill 1:41 p u Vo S .. liM p m No 87 - - 4:30 p m Mo litis m vo :(o a id Vo4! 7:411 p m 'No 4' 5-.n0 p Dl Paaaoak Padaoah W .v p PiomNertk I W ft . .loin- Jt-r ho l , Staa p oi No a. , tiioton tn M am ! No 4. :16 n. No ft . . 11:110 p ta I WoS 6 OS a IK to. 11 only try the 'lion lace of el tmppasife! lilkv luici -11:1ft a : 7:4.1 p lo No. 1 and - SalW No I, No a.. a in p in f.ii VTirtV, nn Waal tyfta hfnnntatD Ml . . t:tt . l I4S1 - 'in the onion. world Is isen the aft r own mist i ?r of her thf th In Mi,1 an oh The Unattached Nowhere else in th woman who has cho life so thoroughly her so wholly the arblt destiny, so complete create the atmospl make for her happiness as York. In Paris she Is declasse Ject of social suspicion bee has not openly annexed i winner. In London she becomes tho mother, j by proxy, of her sister's children, of some distant relative's children. In the lesser cities of the United States, a writer in Woman believes, some of the old prejudice remains j again! the woman who has missed i or declined matrimony. She I in id- TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RYS ; t'.KI.T t.tND earn duo to lve S-ond Ht.ro i irie north on Commercial Av., every 1ft njln- titod from 8 ai. o 1 p. m (loin forth on Walnut St every 1ft minutes '. Imin 6:s a m. Ui IC:5? n. m. j l'OIM.AR ST. IdNK-Holbronk Arr cardn I to Irnve Hecon St gvlng ncrlh on Hnlnrooh I Ave., at S:67; 6 27f :42; (I:ft7: 7:14 a. m. and on name mlnoK-s erary hour until - .'.( UltS p. m. (kilns weat on Twenty Klghth Ht. at S:4; S:tSl B-S4: 8:49: and 7:04 a. m.and on Damn mlu utK f.very hour uoi-it 10:84 and UtSJ p. ra. Kiplar St. eara dwa to pMa St, Mary'i park lft minuten after lavini? Se:nnd Ht. BKl.r LINK OWL CARS north on Walnut 11 : 30 p. in. 12:31 a. m.; I 30 a. in.: 2:30 a.m.; 3 :30 1 r-i.: 4 '3c a. ni.; ft :10 a. in. N ifth on O.unmerol il 12:oo P- m.; I 00 m. ' oil a. in. 8:00 n. in. 4 ml a. m. ft a. in. Belt and Owl car arn due to pan Weat Thirty fourth St. 1ft minutes after leaving Second Ht, Truth In French Saying. French proverb. It Is a damrerous thing to dig pits for otter folks! Tobacco Habit Cured degree the superfluous woman as such is tolerated or pitied never approved. NKKDLKWOKK vn:s. ( -itftvi'tte, Cigar, ( Ipe. Hiiuff. Tohsc'i ''Iiewlntf Is to a and nil f 'rmi of tobacm n:nir an ruri'd hv Ihi'.i ill,- ii'ivs: it in. ri in 1 1 in ai i i It A li IT.S. Pot BP u Table form. Ky and rim enii-nt to talc -. Make tpit ins a pleasure furei whib1 you work, rrir-' of full cmriieof tablet treatment for tobvri lmhil,S2. James Sanatorium Co., Memphis, Tenn ind but I The ehtaf thlnai to remei r la JOHN B. SHEA cutting a dress skirt are not. " ManufactUrer and dealer In Karnes stretch gored edges and to allow fin-1 gfi Saddles, Strap work. Whips ough length SO that It can be lifted . HQrse Clothjn0i Lap Dustf.r, and F,y In the back without making It short Iftfa at the sides. The only h0UEe in the ctv tSat makes handmade harness. Dsrninc a tear in wool n- gtlk or cott"-. ' l shoa-i aj-.vaya be done with rsvfllaw, Sni where two kinds i f Ulea,d are used in making the matertal it is well to use them lb the same way In darning. Tn cutting out, so some tailors sav, it Is be'ter to cut with the nap I up. instead of down, as in clot n. I This method is said to prevent nibbed ' spots, the material retaining Its bloom a much longer period. Washington Ave. laity. No. 1009 Repairing a 8pec- DR, MORRISON DENTI8T Office 707 Commercial Avenus. Gannon Phone 78. Trial of the liu-.smn Dride. A Russian bride has not to sub mit to the trying ordeal for her beauty of appearing In white attire tn the cold light of day. The. wed ding takes plain by candlellRht In Ihe drawing room of the bride . mo' her. after the eromony there is a banquet, followed by a ball, arid after that there Is a supper, af er which a new satin Slipper Is fill d with wine and paaaed round to th" brldeernoni's friends, who drink from It lo the he ilth of the hrid -. Hew In Ml ml Si i Xh nicest WSV to mend n brolcn rnrwt or drss stay Is fo hind tl-o top of th stai or where )i hinkt-n with S ma!l pieee of itljutnij sMa The end of the stay, it will he found, will not pierep throueh the rhamols aa It frequently does through lr,th. JOHN S. JENKINS Architect i?t?6 Commercial Ave Ctiiro, Illinois Cairo City Transfer !.in Fluepessnr to Stolts a Walter J. H. KIERCE, Prop. All Kinds of Hauling Done Promptly Both Phones 123 tilt WaMnatnn Ave., Cairn .Illinois To Ocsn Agate Ware. To clean agate ware that has be come stained take 1 ta bie.poonf ul of cholortde of lime and a small pleee of soda, then fill with cold water and let coma to a boll. Rinse well. Always Reliable Svloh Flour H I.. Hallidnv MMfci Co. J ! Rnbscllie for 'he Bulletin and get Friends ot thn Bulletin are roqn'eaH Ton pay a little more ror classified .11 ,. ..... ru.aa. . . . leruBiow in vot nuu-un i'in .,..f ,.., , , ge,H OI telepb"w ltma i? tPis nml Cairo a paper 4tmt dar In tha yea. ntnee. ratnlta. papers but yon get tn Results ia what the ad rertler wants and that U what he gets when he plaraai bis advertising in the Bnl Mfca NEWMOS Sate d rl I -if itr- tyr iobh aad chlldrer Fine uJ' sPr Spetal after t Ion to I aoaMlni I W C. Ckwftes. Zta-ni-aaj-jis ntb St Secreaaor ta R V. TMaWtaS WZi