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TODAY AT CAIRO CHURCHES , -- AN UNPLEASANT NEW TENNANT "Look look!" shouted Bob, pr Ing Into th shallow water In th little oot. "What is that funny thing?" Father looked and saw a queer creature shuffling alongth bottom. It was about as big as a thumb. In heads of eyea set on what looked like long stalks, and two great clawa were held out before this array. But It was queer at 111 In the back, for there was a tiny snail-shell that aeemed to be grown fast to the thing; and aa it shuffled along the bottom it dragged the shell along, bumpety bump! It looked for all the world like a toy wagon dragged helter aktrter over a rough road by a small boy. 'That ia a hermit crab," said fa ther, "and that little shell is his house. But it did not grow on him. The hermit erabs are born without any ahell except the thick one that covers their treads and shoulders. Their tails areras soft as can be, and as the fishes all love to eat those tid bits of tails, the poor hermit crabs wr 'Id have a sad time of It, If they METHODIST CONGREGATION WILL DISCUSS PROPOSITION TO BUILD N5VV PARSONAGE AT MORNING SERVICE REV. LEA VITT WILL OCCUPY PULPIT AT CAIRO BAPTIST CHURCH NO SERVICES AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CURING ABSENCE OF PASTOR CATHOLIC NOTES. Christian Church. Meets at Safford Hall. O. U. Maple pastor. Etesbltttte 0 Doughs trwt Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.. Dr. A. B. Freeman, superintendent; 11 com munlon and preaching. The usual serTloe will be held at this church today. Calvary Baptist Church. thntit at Sixteenth and Poplar streets. Rev. L. D. Uass, D. D., pas tor. Morning preaching, 11 a. m. Kvtuilng preaching 8 00 p. m. Young IVople's meeting, 6:30 p. m. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Prayer mee'lng Wednesday 8:00 p. m. did not know a curious trick. They look for an empty shell and climb into it backward. "Often they try a score of shells till they find one that fits. When they do, they hold fast to it with a hook that they have in their tails and after that even a roan couldn't pull them out without killing them. "But they do not always succeed in finding an empty shell; then they look for one that still has the snail in It and calmly eat the poor owner, after which they get Into the empty house. This fellow we are watching has evidently grown too big for his 1 theil and is looking for another one. Do you notice how he stops to ex- j amine every shell on the bottom?" j Just then Hr. Hermit Crab stopp. ad hort in front of a big snail which j Immediately withdrew into Its shell. But In vain. The hermit crab stuck his great claws in and began to eat the poor snail bit by bit. In a very Short time he hal finished his meal nd then he backed Into the new house. "Talk about eating a person out of house and home!" said Bob as the wicked pirate scuttled off. First Methodist. Corner of Eighth and Walnut I streets. P-ir-nnaee rear of chord) on Eighth street. Pastor. Rev. W. T. Morris. Morning services 11 a. m. Sunday school 9:48 a. m. Evening service 8: 00 p. m. Epworth League leeiina at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeing Wednesday. 8:00 p. m. Morning subject: The Principles of the Doctrines of Christ." Evening ' The Duty. Value and Power of a i Positive Faith." All thf members of the church are 1 MB to be present at the morning stree s service. At the close of this service Service few moments will be taken to dis-jT as the advisability of building a parsonage. io m i tan icr nv nuijii ervlce. j S Southern Methodist. Corner Thirty-seventh and Elm streets Pastor, Rev. J. T. Traeey, Services at this church are as follows- Sunday school. 9:i0 a. m. Preach ing service, 11 a. m.. Junior Ep worth league, 2:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m. Senior league. Preaching service, 8:15 p. m. Wednesday evening prayer MM ing 8:00 p, m. Friday evening cottage prayer meeting 7. ,10 p. m. M'MANUS' SLAUGHTER SALE OF F n R mi rev the St. Joeeoh's Church rner of Cross and Walnut Father James Gillen. pastor, will he held at St. Joseph's nan aCthlolc chinch h day as fol lowtt F rst mass and sermon, 8 a ru. Hfch -''as; and sermon, '0 a. n. Sunday school. 3 p. m. Vespers and I enediction. 3 p. m. I Rev. Immanuel Lutheran. Douglas- street between j Washing-on I and Walnut streets. Pastor, Charles H. Armstrong. Sunday schw 10 a m. Morning service 11 oWoel Evening service. 8:00 p. m. Pray meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Chr! tian Endeavor service 6:4s p. m. St. Patrick's Church. Corner of Ninth stree? and Wash igton avenue. Father James Dow pv. natnr. First mass and sermon. L,;,, ' Oh Nothing to Brag Of you needn't strut and brag ao big. And hold your bead so high. There're others just as elegant, Church of the Redeemer. Corner of Sixth and Washington. Residence adjoining. Yen. A. H. W. Anderson, rector Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.: Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.; sermon and morn ing prayer. 11 a. m.; evensong and sermon, 8:00 p. m. Cairo Baptist. Corner of Tenth and Poplar strets. Parsonage artjo nlng. Pastor. Rev. S, C. Ohrum. Sunday school. 9:45 a m. Morning service. 11 a. m. Even ing service 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. B. Y. P. ffi meeting Sunday 6:30 p. m. Rev. J. A. teavtu wl!l CondWt M -vi:ts at this church today M Presbyterian Church. Corner of Eighteenth street rTlJ Waahtiiftotl avenue. Maw" a" fc'f Wir.'" WBtQi R. v 8 Bu-'ha j? j ichool 18 a. m. Evening service yfr tW p. m. Christian Endeavor T:0 P J f I Prayer meeting Wednesday 8:00 1 luiAr Christain Endeavor bunc T It i W . .... . .. :n loin i an Catholic Church Notes. Vincent's college building nt Girardeau, after having been I for a number of y. :irs has put in condition for reoening itember on the same scale as in Hereafter, in the MliwauVee Cith olic Archdiocese, no Sunday funerals will be allowed. Rev. N. M Stravens a Catholic mi aionary priest, conducted a mission to ilna-Qhthollcs In the Presbyterian church in Sutton. W. Va.. a couple of weeks ago. upon invitation of the pator a piea f. nsiv. other Arcl Williams of R 1:00 now In his 85th year As a bo" m knew all the Catholics In that clt tn. the yall attended one church nuv lug inly few hundred. Now ('ajhjjir population of the B D the absence of the pastor i imt't till' .CUV Oil MIS vnow. 1 a ill be"Titnsachlng Services. Sunday school and Christian Endeavor will be 1 eld at the usual hours. ber the the lunorat tace. l Is the greatest I Hion and Times. THROW OUT THE LINE. Ben- Give Them Help and M.my Cairo People Will Be Happier. mln Without having to half try. You Bay that tose pants are your first? Well, what of that? Goodness! Why . ecr since my flrstbirthday ieen dressed tn a dress. And still I never strut and brag, And try to show off great. "Throw Out the Ufo Line" The kidneys need help. They're overworked can't get the po'son filtered out of the blood. Thpvre eetting wors every nte. Will von help them. Doau's Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verge of despair. Will cure any form of kidney trouble. Jam s Connor, farme-, two miles north of Cairo. Hi., says: "About a week ago 1 had an aitark of lame back which was only one of a great .any that 1 havo had. often being confined to the house for a week at a time. 1 have doctored and '-sed creal many m dicines but received little benefit. Finally 1 beard of Matl'S K'dney Pills ixive Letter March Neilsson. Daughter of Love (Waltz) j nett Joy to the World (by request' Pa m house. Salute to Washington (March) Kiefer. Asm t ica. ft 1 - m o ft I we hold nothing shoes .'j well as Oxford; STILL CONTINUES For 10 days or 2 weeks more we will continue our reuuIarSern -Anniial leof Shoes, Oxfords and SJippers-every thing in the Footwear line will be cut during this sale. In this (ire it Re- x during Price Sale back - you can get nd dinners, at the Cut Price. Every pair of shoes subject to the Cut Price. We must have room for our Fall and Winter stock that is now being made for us. ;h i the best opportunity thai the public will get for some time to purchase hih-i:rade footwear at manufacturer's cost, and even, in some instances, below cost. OUR MAKES-We handle in footwear the best known and highest standard of quality to be found in this country, uch as the Nettleton Shoe, Crossett Shoe, Wm. k , S od, Ch rchil- Mden, J. P. Smith. Cogan Hoy Shoe, Nugent Ladies' Shoe, Wic h?ir? and Gardner l adies' Shoe, Faunce and Spinnay Ladies Shoe. John Cross La dies Shoe. Wood and Neal Children Shoes, also several other r liable makes. We quote the following reduction on our stock-nothng reserved-cut this out and comoare with our prices in window. $6.00 411 5 50 All 5.QD AH 4.50 All 4.00 All J 50 All 3.00 CHt fO $4.65 si i : and (Ktds $3.75-3.90 snoes and Oxford cot to $3.45 hoes and Oxfords 2.99 2.75 2.45 !l S2.75 Shoes and Oxfords cut to $2.25 All 2.50 Shoes and Oxfords All 2 25 Shoes and Oxfords All 2.00 Shoes and Oxfords All 1.75 Shoes and Oxfords All 1.50 Shoes and Oxfords All 1.35 Shoes md Oxfords All I 25 Shoes and Oxfords (4 1.99 1.85 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.05 .95 0KEHR OF THIS WEEK TC COMMEMORATE BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE CHICAGO GIRL TO WED SENATOR BEVER IDGE AT BOSTON. untenoratina th procured same K,.;t. win uneiU. at monunifnt I of lAk9 Put in-Hay. t it Schuh'R lruc store and began tak (ihio. on Monday, with Vi - irenldent ! ing them during my !at attack. I i-;,rbankK as the irlnclal sieaker at! hail taken only five do when I ,hp exercises. rotir.d relief aid cuntlnu'd their use Arrwrica will be rsjSBJWSSsM bv until cured. I now feel rietter than . , ,i deVeateM at tbe Int"Tiatlnal 1 have any time for Tears. lan'-. , "sirtg congress t in l..n.ln Kidney Pillx cured me and T imi "(m.lav. Tbe object of the congress pleased to recommend m tn." , is to provide bet.t"r hOtas farilli- For sale by all dealers. Price R0 I jr the poor and laboring rlassss. rents. Poster Mil burn "o.. Buffalo. vw YorV w" "teen'!" for the t'nl'ed KewetPb r tbp nime TVn' nd .- a r ntttsir " o Misses' a ?d Chitdr f's Shoes, Oxford- and Slippy rs are cut In proportion ;md even lower. The above prices are strictly Cash to everybody. Come Early and Get Your Fit. OUR STANDARD Shoes that wear, fit and perfect comfort-Goods of Quality. B. McMANUS, Jr. 809 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Illinois. Ai,Hra will bf -riresented a'tw at ,j, n,i jji,, -t,aii (-t.-H,t iV I be Internal na' cmgress on School Hygiene, whlcb ri Mo nday wll' begin i five dsvV sssl n In 1i-l n T aft) : 1.., ' '.! s the tno.itli -nii. b.-, 'Iv.-r, wi:: be tl-e . ,li rif - II . ;. .f i noUl le n at Asherllle, S. C. the Nations' tholi Total Al-.tln in Ion at -erlatd the Supreme lodge of the ' II o.d.-r f.f Fore.ter at St 3 X.-.rWnal Aftwia'l'n of Of all the hln In Christendoss It's boys In PANT? I hate Ciwinns'l Gaietta. Arrf 1c Adrawtace. "It's bedtime dr. tv always y last when I'm at my nicest play; And than I wish for Art-tit climes, Whr day is sis months long, at MtMa. But, Wh th brsaktast belt i bsar. My feat ea seem ao s&ug and deat. yawn aad long with ail m, Itrbt for tlx goof month of Arctic nlsbt. It. Nicholas. I Vandercwk BMD WILL PLfl HI W. PH'K. 11 1 ; N AD WITH STONE Hii-I lit-.on renionstrate.l and th Intoxicated man, anary at bin Inter fer,'iie., pi k-d tip a stone aud throw it at him, hitting him in the head Hud then grew Irate and he ran aft' - his eons n with a carving knife FREE TO YOU-MY SISTER be held ln,,n ha,, witll which he haipen procrAw rep "O'-rp: to Br cuLvrrt'n ba no nd 11 n will .i - I ' Si T I f ''Viber. ' '! i pf 'be-t 1 Beverl.le'1. t c-... p -tint r 1mrr India MSS K-'heHne IMdr rf'rh ;.iun d t' tv' f.'ace " -1 " a at at tl time th to be crttine trvwble begwi. iwnrtt Xli.rifT Malumrx atrst vi'l H'fcson on cuni'l iim ' w ,'"" il, " : !:!' .-.I liini ttt tb. ...tttily jail : , ... ,,, ;.-,- I a'lti'i 011.1' i tie -.. f it. IttH Hii-I ntttactt-.t - Shafts Hard to Avid. The eTents of fortune are uexpeot d aad therefore, can never be guarg d a-min't by men Aiioales" H.vi-11- (Walt?. Kiefr. SweMs (Two step!- Nellwm.j B'sitBla il t ' -msl-' jrillo (Spanish March); C.ercj enee for a candidate for tie- I States .tiat - r.-. - i-.nt iV'.'t;.- i t, ' -J fh w .V w:tt 1 th se uf (he Knights of C( ltr..bu a th' Jm turn) exposttiut Ike Na S BL'D HESSON WHO TRIED 'O PtOTtCT SMALL BOV HIS AMAH ANT IN jAIL. Ml ll'-ss- -1 a painter in'.tt . ' - eiy frcm (h-- P.. bow! ytder r an-t while at a rewtanrant on iVfnioii a.ntH- n.-ar Twrtiit-(h 1, hi .rtjsif) Hnd Hes .. a rnall kof Tb- hi rath, r ill Istn A The Clomy Eye. man eye Is said to be a contrived tii" of mrlian- Frae to You and Cvsry Slstsr Suf fannf (ro . WSfftae's Aamttt. I am ft woman. I know w.njui. mffariaga 1 hmve found the cure. i :n mail, tree t,f any eharre, nry horn- treat. wit.i fu I instruct. ont tn any aonarar from woman', ailmenta. I wnt to tell ag women about thturure yaw. mv reader, forjrourwerf, roardaushtee, your mother, or roar ir. I want tn tail yaa h..w tn rure rottrarlvea at hm without the help a an -t. Men nil lit under-tand women. wirTrr. What we wowiea Snow (raei etperietKe, WW know hetter than am dnrtnr. I know thai m . hometn' men. i. a mfe and .ore r-jre for I eacorraaaa or Uhltl.k h"t'- I I .t.tioo (Iir4aemrex I wrftne of ... Wfifflp. Protua Scanty or Pal -I Period.. I trrtfw or Ovarian Tuawa. tyr Ornwth. ; atw naln. In tar head, back and bowel., bast in down ferWnra. arrtaw.ae... crreptnr t'efma "P thr ptnr. aaebjaxbaty. de.h-e SS cry. bed ga.hr.. aearwir... kidney and Madder trouMrs wber Luni by weaknr.fv peculiar toast art. I want to ami yon a comtart tea day's treat ment entirely (rot to prove to y.i tl..t you at curs nuraelf at home, earily. qonkly and surely. Ka- memb.-r. that k coM you nnthinc to tr the yo.i skouU wub t ooatinua. it wig eaat you nuly about 1Z cents ll will a.rt Mderfera with tur w.k or o. ipatlun t-t d nw h w eaa aoffer if yaa writ, and I a itt arnd ya the trawoaaat bre ot cast r y to g)g iwrpoae b- wonld not accept IL ' All of One Mold. We sHnnld remember that man dif fers little from man rtrepi that ho Mm nut best who Is trained in lb tgatrrteat nao"' Thwcvdldea innr .hnwtltg why .Hon Id hare w, . d uw-a to think bj ier in. for yoursel - i ar yevn(. 1 Bod eect Uy Cl Leer n-.rr.pn. Whererer J m yar Fufferar that - - r i ' l ' -h' Noot. Murttter.. I wiS eapiarn a rjapte b reen aaoia and r-aiaxai or uroruiar . . -. ... r - ' . I r.a rafrw .-I tn lade... of mor own t-icat.t-. who Home Treatment r-Uy care. tu waana't djaaasea. sad rout. Jart sand ear year addre. . and tbe free tee day l : today, as yoa By ast sot this ate agsSE. AiMrsaj Bl ome remedy. R cure- ag. Irearjae-rt which aaardity ag wwl atanty ikl makea a iiieii writ, trsatsjssa to wws. MRS. M. 3UMMCnl5, Hunt, Imi., U. A.