FN THI CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31,1907
MISS JULIE FLORENCE WALSH
Many wonuTi suffer in Nilenco and
drift along frqjn bad to worse, know
ing' wi ll that they ought to have
Bow tniD) women do son know
who are perfectly well and stung?
ThecauM mas be t ni ly tram a bo
.some feminize aeraogeaient which
manifest itself in depression tjf
spirit.,, reluctance, to go anywhere
or do anythljrgi backache, dragging
sensations, flatulency, nervousness,
These ft mptomaaiwbut warning's
that there is danper ahead, and un
it ss heeded, a life of sutVeriuff or a
serious operation is the inevitable
remit The best remedy for all
these symptoms is
1 NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS 3
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs. No other medicine iu the country has
received .such widespread and unqualified endorsement, No other inedl-
cine. hus SUOh a record of cures of female ills.
Miss J. 1 Waish, of 338 W, 3tilh Hi , New York City, writes: "Lydia
K. t'liiKtiums venwm compound uas been ol inestimat)le value in
restoring my health, I Buffered from female illness which caused
dreadful headaches, dizziness, anil dull pains in mv back, but vour
medicine soon brought about a change in my general condition, built
me up and made me perfectly well.
Lydia R. I'inkliam's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complain to,
such as Baakaohe, Falling and Displacements, Inflammation ami Ulcera
tion, and organic diseases. It It invaluable in preparing for child-birth
and during the Change of Life. It cures Nervous Prostration, Headache,
General Debility, and invigorates 1 he whole system.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
write Mrs. Pinkham. at Lvnn. Muss. Her advice is free.
MOUND CITY, ILL.
July 29, 1907.
Mra. K.i Martin of Cairo, is tfce
Of Mis. Win. Mn.llii, of tills
Mrs. Dunoan ami .vii.-s Carroll, both
oi 8t, Louis, who have hee visiting
Mrs. Handle) the past week, re
tained homo Friday
IB, C Mriss, of Cairo, spout Sunday
with his f.'imilv In. ri.
R, ii. Hawley made s business trip
I to Mound Sundny.
i John Hoialey, B, p, Knsterday,
John Tre to peri and John McrVell were
among 'lie visitor to i( unds Sunday.
Mm. Mahle Slack, of Wlekliffe, was
VlMtiirg relative, here Salll'.luy.
(i. c. Atii.v. Uaii Drake, Win. price,
pr., ami Win Rouse of this city spent
I Sunday in Kentucky.
letuifieii to his ark on
Rsipdre W. (1. Davis has gone to
Detroit., Mich., on business connected
with the detective work,
Mrs. Chfls. Copel.iml wns ji Cairo .,
visitor Hn,t.,.- Alexander county, to the mayor and
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
RUm Indention, Sour Stomach, BdcMnr of (ha Its.
Hmimumr AT thi lakjiai ot y op
Soluhy W-KSomo,,-!, T7. U7r. VaThinn Vftittt
Several Car Ion, Is of wheal welo
shipped lto in the Mounds this week.
Mr It. M. Knitters Was i.i Cairo
.Monday on professional business and
to see his daughter. Mrs. R( VoUnn.
t'onimelo T. W, I lanes Ims com
plcte.i ihe plans for two more im
cottages for tie ,rge w Vood in he
l.ullt in the Wail: a, I addll on
Cniei ol police ami Hie city eouiull ol
Cairo to use their official power In
Mippi'CKSillK Hie evil ileiolil com
plained of, and to rigidly enforce the
law aualnst such vices.
Reaoivad, That we appeal to ever
church, mlnisler of the gospel and
every good citizen who desires to
gee out inlr city1 take Prool rahk on all
moral and IntelWctual questions to
FOR SUMMER AIRDOME
AUG. 2, 1907.
Ballot must be filled out and
filed at the Main Entrance of I
the Airdome. Any girl or boy 1
between the ages of 5 and 12 ft
years may hold office
MANAGER Five Dollars in
Gold and Season Pass,
ASSISTANT MAN A G E R
Three Dollars and Season
TICKET SELLER Two Dollars
and Season Pass.
STAGE MANAGER One Dol
lar and Season Pass.
nins n. wan hi h ins wll
Isitlng relatives in Van'
town looking after bjp.
Is lo.' a low days,
ri ks. ..,f Valley Reel Use,
I ' ore Monday. '
not. son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
't of tiiis oily, fitmi In
sterday (Sunday) at the
Sam O'Donuell. II is not.
Hi", he had been Slcit hut.
leniv. Win. Jaccard t
lea i on today to ' urine;
H Roberson of Villa ftklsre. .
was intown .. hnsliww, m...i.... j
m. ., laMaueii vice.
I ho city cornel l l'i.iiises to uriivel ,, , . ....
,,,., . i' isi s io i Resolved, That wo appeal earnestly
Delaware avenue an. nninll the south , . , , 1
,,, P i , , ., "" io the pres. oi Ca ro regard eg of
ehd ol Pa ami bml.i granitoid walks ,,,;, ' . . .., ,
r-...' I"1""' l .... l.i.l. l.'ll r-i .,,u
us their !" "i i influence and co-opera-!cn,
and that a copy of these rerr
IlltlOna he sent to the shivil'f of tills
county, iii'1 mayor, the chief of police
and the several newspapers of Cairo.
':. 'solved. That a committee bob-
tie body home
Will Mat his i
ere In (own ;,
as fast as they can m l to them
Henry Space, a colored Brwnaa at
the Central I e plant w,-h coming, up
llio main 'rack Vtmnlav ihnni ........
when he stepped off to get out at the
way ot iNo. anil was strut In No. j
-. the aortn hound passenger t.ain
Which he illii ti n iiear uati) he was
knocked down mi I seriously hu:t. lie
va brought up town to Dr. C. .). os.
well's office where he was examined
AtG his wounds dressed. It was foil. id
that he was badly Injured on the right
sme, uuck nun neao. He was s.m: to
his home in North Mounds where he
died about i; o'clock Monday, July 2V,
1907. The unfortunate man leaves a
wile and live small children in very
humble circumstances. The funeral
win occur Tuesday afternoon,
To take the sharp edge off
an appetite that won't wait
To sharpen a poor appetite
that doesn't care for meals
to oiauc an
In i o w it h him Mo
Dr BarolJ, of
own Monday on
he .VI ei a 1 He
tiel wiih an
BIRDS POINT, MO.
July 30, 1907.
Misses Bessie anil Nez Movers o
Mdund City, HI., vislteil friends hei"
Friday nnd Saturday.
.Mrs. Willis Menefee and Mrs. Mai:
gie Newton, of East St. Ixmis. ar.
I visiting friends and relatives at thi.-
ace nd W'yatt, Mo., this wek.
ristlng i f John S. iliirlheri, Alfred H
House, Mrs. Lena P. Hales, Mrs.
Katie I.. COSby, .Miss Maggie M. Wall,
he:, ded liy our pisior and fellow clt.1-
ian Uev Stands James Davidson,
ait on tile mayor a. id chief of police
an I confer with 'hem on thi. matter,
Signed: F. J. DAVIDSON'.
JOHN c. HURLBBRT,
Peoples F u r n i t u re Co
WILL FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR 10 GARRET
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
1803-5-7-9 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO. II LIN0I8.
a of Cairo is
ihe guest this week of .Miss A Hie
Beits of this city.
Hunter Rouse returned to his home
.Monday evening aft r a few weeks'
visi: with relatives here.
I Mi s Mildred Jaeeard is entertain
ing her friend. Miss Annie Walker of
xlor. of Gran
the guest, of Mr. and
'aim tliis week.
no nas neon vis
iting relatives here for a few days
departed for Mound City, 111., yester
Miss Sudie Fray, of Henderson, Ky.,
arrived yesi onlay. Monday, for a visit
Mr. RoMie Overliy and wife of St
Louis, are spending a few days with
relatives at ihis place.
Miss Alice Spencer was in Cairo
shopping yesterday, Monday.
Mr. Jean Smith and family, of
Joneshoro, Ark.; are visiting friends
...I v.,l,,H...... I. . i
I FIRST BANjK I
AiND TRUST COMPANY
60(M)I! Ohio Street, - Cairo, Illinois.
1. A. Hum herd ha
(home from th.. Endian
,vhere she spent the pasi
Chas, Sharp and famly.
Hite RtUerich will leave-,
for Grand Rapids. Mich
disposed of his home for
. Mr-. Sallle Spencer of Oln
Mrs. James Cloud, of
. isite i friends in this citv
The largest DEPOSITS of any Bank in
Advantages to Depositors -This Bauk receives de
posits of all kiuds aud allows interest ou savings ac
oounts at rate of 3 per cent.
Persons responsible for Care of funds, large or
small, may with confidence entrust them to this insti
tution. The cotnhiued wisdom and experience of its
officers and directorate are constantly available to guide
its counsels and oversee its management.
July 30, 1907.
Mrs herson is visiting with home
dks in Jackson Toiin.. this week.
The fine rati) Sunday Right ma-
rially uiisod tin- spirit! of our far-
lers and Will ho a groat boon to the I
iven by the Wood
men of the World, at their pavilion on
Brewer's Lake Friday, was well at
tended and all reoprt a good time.
Aparty consisting of .Messrs. J. J.
Watson, Harry Jones. William Hea.i,
"J'nw" Ilardie. Kd Street, "Curley"
Smith. Charley Spencer. Charley Me
Mister. Lawrence Herrin, (leorge Alii
ion, Ur. Albert Willis, Ed McCoy ate!
c. o. Smith; Meadames J. J. Watson
and ('. (). Smith and .Misses Naomi
Harris Kssie Smith, Irene Spencer,
and Alice Silencer, spent Sunday on
the lake and talk about your good
limes, whew! Fish, frogs and chick
en io eat and plenty of Ice water f?)
io drink. Sis i f the hoys went out
Saturday night to feed the "skeetors"
hut wi re disappointed in that part of
the program, hut the trot line was a
success for they caught Six cat fish,
four "grinneJIa'' and a coon on it. Mr.
Beat! also caught a frog whip, asleep
Ii ! he h i it get away, ha! ha! Wasn'1
Ihe cool and nice. Hill'
been I Weil I won'! bill what the other
lelmer, (boys did. uooa-oye.
THE CIVIL SEME
Matron and Wagon Mnker Wanted By
Federal Government in Minne
sota and Oregon.
So nutritious, so easily di
gested, that they have become
the staple wheat food.
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
The United St
Hon on August 2
to secure eliglhh
He- Civil Servite
unco-! an oxamina
S, 19117, at Cairo, III.,
s from which to
. "AMEHICA'll cntAiiar
t RAILWAr ' .,"
A Speftnl train of 1'iiHmnn
Slpppln(i Cars nnd Eelganl
Hay Conches twill leave
Culro, III. U:ina. ill., orrlv-
tnii nt Nlnunrn FalU BlOO
I SAM. WAIT 8T3T6M"
make certifica ii n to (ill 1
in the position of seamstress (female)
;:t $120 per annum, in Ihe Indian ser
vice al IMne Point, .Minn.; one va
cacy in ihe position of assistant
P'aiiiu (female), at $400 per annum,
in the Indian service at Fori Berthold
T. Dak.; one vacancy In the position
of seamstreega (female), at $inn p5er
annum, in the Indian service at Pons
.Minn.; one vacancy In the position of
assistant matron, at 120 per annum,
in the Indian service nl Soger Colony.
Okla.; one vncairy in the noaitioii of
isslstant matron, al Jinn per annum,
HVn'inte. xW ..f'Wfili... iV,VW'A
as they may occur in the positions ot
matron, searnMress, and female In
August ;& To fill a vacancy in (.he
position of wagon matter $7-0 per an
num, In the Indian school at Salem,
Oreg., and vacancies as , they may oc
cur in any branch of the service re.
quiring similar qualifications.
The duties of the position require
that the person selected should bda
wagon maker, able to build and to
supervise the building of heavy farm
wagons, light wagons, and Spring
THURSDAY, AUG. 1st. 19)7.
BIG FOUR ROUTE
Toronto, Out. 0nlv $1M more tb8n rate
2 Islands) On
ly $7.10 more than rate to Niagara P lis.
xWontrcal, Que. "'y I0-66 mr than
rate to Nmg.ira rails.
Tickets good returning, 12 days Including date of
sale and cannot be extended beyond final limit of
August 19th, 1W07.
The "JMg Pour" is tho Natural Route to Niagara
Palls via poffalo. Pall information in pamphlet
form can be obtained from
ELMER SMITH, Ticket At., Union Depot, Cairo.
C. 1 . BILLEARY, . . (i. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
A. C. TH0MH80N, T. P. A., Paris, III. (ess,
W. F. SIMON SUCCESSFUL.
J. S. AISTH0R1.. fVManf
H. S. CAi,. i. Vuc 'Presnicrit
W. H. W00r. Vics-P-rstdent
W. T. HALUDJLY, V,ct-Prcuden
GEO. F OPT. Cashier tnd Sent ry
H. R. &USTH0FPE, tAuitUtd CtshUr And Assistant Secretary
TO QAlC TUL" MrnDflCCi1 ' Bpfart
'U 0nL InL IlLUnJLU i Walnul and Nine-
teeath streets, by a nimiber of t ix-
i payers and voters, slid after an ad
-iecolutions Passed By Colored Bap-(ires- from the pastor ofjhe churdi.
ti&ts Calling For Enforcement of pointing Out ihe duly of the church to
lake the initiative In all crusades
again St vice and all unrighteous.' e
(he following pieamlde and resolu-
Refjulatiors Against Saloons
Cairo ill., .iuiy 2K, MT.
At a mooting held this, day at the
J. 5. AISTHOhTPZ
H. S. C AND EE
H. E. HALLWAY
PALZ G. SCHVH
THJS. P. CGTTFR
W. P. ha.'.l:.'ay
TH0S. J. SMYTH
M. C. WRIGHT
Th lott KefrSl Urmk in the Wurlil
it ill Bar, tirorrlM flUa4
The Airdome The Ferris Come i:
"- i ' -nt. .i A 'A 'man of x Inj
parlance." at the new Airdome las'
iilph' to a alrge and appreciatiTe an
lleare. Tonyrh The Virainian" will
m h. MB, a : iatareatlag diama.
which should pack the theater. Hipt1
class specialties are introduced bt'
jJ." .- ' ' ..-3MLt tw" acts by Micx Mali n "laf
X.-.Xrf"-. 1 Pletures and lllustra
SMHi?r arn Performance which pontic
ZJZ J""- "" he holder to a chanre on the cash
MASMK'bMw iSSLf 1 prhss of HJf awarded ?anird'
n tvt. . i : ,. -jj,. ronpon and rot'1,
u mmmmk 9 for your favorite child in the contr?
LANGAN, SOLS AGENT. hich wUl be decided fturday night I
I'WBBBBBBl fSBBBB, BBBB1 BBBBBr ' W BHBBaBlBW
1 M'MLr!Vl U's'i'jju;
TIN, COPPER and
SHEET IRON WORKS
Steel Ceilings. Cornices.
1810-312 Commercial Avenue
Steamboat Work a Specialty
Ca 'o Phone 67.
tkttt were adopted :
W hereas, li is a sad fact that bar
rooms and o'her places of vice are
permitted to tun wide open d:iy and
! nij;lit in Cairo, and
Whereas, Females, botii rown and
! alf'urown. ri: .1 mule mino .- are jwr
nutted io enter liar rooms ami wine
i neiis and purchase , an. I imbibe in
b..' . aud other intoxicant- as l,e i
Bfea; and eaptatetty is this unlv l
lrhilKe allowed menibrs of tin
neKio race, wilhoui any appaii nt i
Whereas. The permitiii'K of f
male- ami niin r io purchase Intoxi
ii - it. and f eqiient bar looms an'
io.,rrs and to imliilw m alrohoiic
intoxi'ants, tends to (loba woman
i i do;.1iie!i the y , 'litis of on
cit and dMaj prepare the T.ay fot
Hum ! beeaaaa very undesi'ehle clti-
Where, it is t.:e duty of the
Christian church o righteously pr
(teet aeainst everv'ihina that tend to
idepiave humanity, by the pr-achinK
of the gntVtl, by our prayers, bjr
fhlthfully eo-p'ratinK wlih the
proper authorities, and by all local
means fn its power. Therefore be It
R.-fiolved. That m 'ax payers and
esincnts of Cairo , we do most
solernrly and earnestly protest aain-t
the p rn't,inc of f noo - and mlnorn.
in any way TiMtinit bar rcxims. wine
rooms or puirharine oi fmbibine in
!-r. wine or any other intoxicant in
bar rooms or any other place or re---.r'
wb- e toxicants ar- wH a a
Retoive. That we most humbly,
yet earnesTy appeal to the sheriff ot
After a Kraal deal of effort and cor
respondence W. K. Simon, ihe popu
lar drilUKist, has succeeded in getting
the Dr. Howard Co. to make a special
half 'price introductory offer on tin
regular Hf'y cent ilxe of thi ir cele
brated specific for the cure of COnBtl
patlon and dyspepsia.
Dr. Howards specific has been so
iciiiaikably luecoaiful iu curing con
Ipation. dyspesla and all liver
i roubles, that Mr. Simon Is willing to
return tne price paid In every ease
where it does not she relief.
Hoadtir hda. oontad tongue, dizzi-
n ss. kiis on Stomach, specks before
the eyes, constipation, and all forms
of liver and stomach trouble are Mion
cured by this scientific medicine.
So prcat is the demand for his
pocific that Mr. Simon has been abb-
to secuio only a limited supply, nnl
every one who is troubled with dys-
lepsia, constipation or liver trouble
hould call upon hint at once, or send
25 cents and w sixty dose., of the
best medicine ever made, on thi. spec
ial half-price offer, with his personal
foaraatee o refund the money If it
Iocs not cure.
STOP-OVIKS allowed nt
Weaifield, for lde trip to
CBAI T Al Ol A I hl .
The Government of the U.S.
is the only Gnvdrn
its citizens with a
the Bottling In
l 1 A 1 II
ment in the World that provides
simple means of distinguishing:
whiskev and imitations. Under
'' Bond Act, whiskey bottled un
der uovernment Supervision
must bear over the
1 neck of each bottle a
which t nlninlv ctntnt I
me exact aire, strenjfth
and quantity of whiskev
in the buttle. W hen your
health requires a stimulant, demand
Utilizing Time Properly.
Know the true value of time;
snatch, se.'ze and enjoy every mot,, t
of It. No UUeaeaa, no d lay. no iro
cnistination; never put off till to-mor-PB
v. i.at you can do to-day. C bo tat-Held.
Kecord "lake" of Hcrey.
The av-a'nount of honey taken
from an K.nKilsh hive is 50 pounds,
double the American average. The
record tak-" from nny hive was l.UOO
pounds from a stock ot cyMiaa
For Health's Sake
keep the bowels the liver
remtlated, the kidneys acta', t
stomach well, the blimd pur-, the
sleep sound, the brain clear with
THE PURE FOOD
l.' t II I I II IN MMIltH
Bto lh" KNOW MM s . hi-kr, u drink n aai Mmatot. mrtm.
iHily ftf ar Mlultrrtc4 .n n, SI VVV MrUOk .. MmiUmI oMSM).
ma I u. Ml im rnurm, iifdM oS vrMI k eft w. mml kMlM mm" tkr mtl
Nim islon 9 I s lirm! Ic-rnur iHtavrr, II m, hr, I k emm
guai.f. mn4 a41 rich 1hjrr l.n. prrrre - .h.Ury hltfe
thort. hro4u4t ,! .rmrcb, . grr,irt l,lUkrr
SOLD BY ALL FIRST CLASS DEALERS,
r-rt i N h,(K
H. F. MORELAND & CO.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Hoiks.
Of rw . nod Shop, tooa COMMERCIAL AVRNUK
I. srKeet Sheet MeUl Hhop in Southern Illinois. Mill and Steamboat
Work onr apcdalty. IVcropt Service and Reaeonahle fUte.
Horn Phm Roo
Sold everywhere. InboxeslOc andi-
The cos? ot it
cary made 'mm
Idly ad au attg)
!tt with twic
xml | txt