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W THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNINO AUmrdT 1 190?
MMHHWi: t I IU1 I M I Hi I f untubinu iju. i SUMMER AIRDOIE THEATRE Sixlh Sticel Ilclwccn Com- .. ' - - 1 I III., . 1, I . .,( nn TO Tv tai anu Ave i. ues. L. WILLIAMSON, Manager TONIGHT HIGH CLASS ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE SOCIA LAND PERSONA L 6-BIG ACTS-B CASEY & CRANEY Singing. Talking and Dancing "omedians Miss Nellie Revelle. the Girl Who Says Things. BUDD A WAY. IE Singing, Talking .ind Comedy Acrobats THE MUSICAL FORESTS High Class Musical Act. MR. EDWARD ALLEN Picture Melody TWO LITTLE SAILOR BOYS THE KINDROME NO MORE CHILDREN THE CLOWN DOCTOR Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs Changed Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. TWO PERFORMANCES tv- ERY NIGHT. PRICES:-10c and 25c FIRST SHOW 8:C0 OCLUOK SHARP, SECOND SHOW 9:io. Music For House Party. (.vhoi-'s Bgypttan band h deri mi on the I"" at "The Magnolia," Mayor Parson' residence, last night, the h(st giving thhi pleasant enter ttttttmenl for his guests who con tttnts ;i house party now there with th i 'antes. Ir .Inuphti Thomas Qalrln returns from Dawson Springs. Geo yesterila) 00 GOOD WORK DUMPED OVER THIRTY THOU SAND CUBIC YARDS INTO CITY SINCE JULY J9. Thimble Party very rlsltgbtfui win gtvnn i$flterlo T. (!"rirtion'i on For Visitor. afternoon affair by Mrs tv S. resmeuce i wr. 1 Tenth streeteotnall- Miss Catberine ( 'ashman ha turned from ii vlull with rriemh- 1 ! 'ants elf. Ky i K. Tillo retnine.i Dawson Springs. Ky., been for two weeks V stcT.I.I.V S Im 'i o lii Will Finish Block 43 By September 1 Creating Basm West of Walnut to Be Filled Next. ( iix!)tnr to Miss 'ennle Bauiti, 01 Ci kfJBL. a. sister of the hostess. The gntfst- spout the early part ofj the afternoon on the lawn with their embroidery work ami the hoatesa in trodrred a most amusing feature of .liveiflsemeni. The guests won- ln- vlleii to help themselves to two pieces ol tissue paper from a supply on S ncfrb) tapte and from the paper tbeyL rere asked to fashion a hat. P'n, frere alloWeil an. I also the use of Mis Arthur Tuenle atol children ! he. -:i steadily at m.i Miss Nettie Cavendai mo visiting ! past, ih rowing sa olatlvos ;u Willar.l. around the Cairo - I foundation, it i ijjuh 29 between Uiw thousand cub I ttuntIM .I into t his Magee says it is Miss Lee Johns who has been visit- hinek will tut rill. ' i (bat , ' IrIiik Conipanv work for soio. md into bb t. Thebes v. I Berry and son .lam. ai aitorpooii for a visit i in Chicago, Mill" k I : ilepo! estimated that sine, i thirty and thirty lto yard have peso President thai tii's Jentwriber .datives at lhiQunin tinted home. for flv The. .mpai unknn making the hats, rue results m let all sorts and conditions, pretty I ir-otesqitc and after all had Dalai In. makers donned the has and a vi was taken to award the prlae for I prettiest one. Miss Bei-tha Burn of Marion, won the tropin, a beautl bonboniere. Later an impromptu musicals w enjoyed with vocal numbers by M Bourque, Mrs W. U Holt. Miss U Woodward and Miss Burnett Sherbet, rake and grape pun Mr. or , ; daughter . DuQuoln A rthur MM and son L iMnphis, Tena.i other. inel Is at Cai ik the family of this city. ) (ill y( J. manner as nun on t;iis basin Septetubei i. 'I embankment or the ground to Ii is being done it. nom streets, lie filled i n was win be lilie.i tieRill ami Est and Kai Calhoun : Berta 3n Una W Hill Ha Misset ith. Jt Mita Cohn. Zora I.e isle and Kate Davi (, Kannie Morris Sutherland, liessi- bookkee : anv ha FORMER "sLICES" JfiE DOING FINE ERDUE AND DUGGAN ARE POP ULAR AT NASHVILLE DUG GAN MAY GO TO NEW YORK AMERICANS. H. S. DA VIS FILM EXCHANGE FILMS for rent latest subjects. Moving Picture Machines, Graprt aphones and Supplies for sale without delay at the lowest prices. ROOMS 14 AND 15 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Will contract to set uo machines and install complete shows. Mrs. .John F. Hector for Knowille, Tenn.. dnugliter. Mis. Robert B. Ri 1& stenlay tended the for- esterday lsit her ad and uu'htc went ifincennes Capital. mu:: e Dealer i OI.C who tiftii't sell sou inferior $3da waic.i be .-a use it gives him a tpiggir pront A person can embark in the scda wuter business for a few hundred d r . ..r, the so-call ed "JUST AS GOOIV but it required tens of thousands ui dollars to con struct the plant to make V v Andrew letr lElfig Company Pure Temperance Drinks. And that is the reason why it costs the dc&icr mor than the "just as good" r.nd that is the reason Lohr's is the best. 5 cents a bottle to vou- Just tbe drink:.. same p; ice as the inferior ASK FOR LOHR'S MissoK Ora and Mi ySter.la utleruooli fi Co: where th .1 tw City t.heii W. ry tin here in Qetober if I'm not at iv-'lue anl BceonAtog to C; big fellow meant it. Won Game With It. bile in Nashville, Caubie . an. 01 uie ueniso oils comnany has visit with .frien.lH ln.1. at urneit VI n Mi Colline .lai-kson. of N'- w Mad rfei. Mo. is visiting Mrs. Frank ('as si.lyt, of Sixth street, en route to Daw Kim Springs. Ky. John L. Parham, of Matthews Hat company from a. tiiii to New Y points In the east. the , has Parham ret u rue. nd othei M isa Ciallitran Niasara ihle h. Mr which iftched by as won hv Torontc , Canada, ast. Mrs. Anna Parks, of Pine street, has returned from a two months' visit witli her daughter. Mrn. Harry A Kugler at 8t. Louis. Miss riorenre Pellett who has been the gv.est of Mrs Klize Detoeliers. of Holhrook avenue, returned to her home in Mtsrpbysboro yesterday, i KolMMt Baird, of the Mobile Ohio freight office has leeu off drty for two week owiim to a very sore foot tiie tesult of a bite of a centiiede. N Sandler has returned from an extended trip north and east. His ianillj srho accompanied him are now at Villa ItidKe to send a few weeks FRESH AIR! COOL BRKEZK! Four trips dully on Steamer Three States K and 10 a. m. 2 an ! 4 p. m Tke $be two mighty rivers of tbe conUoent. all for 26c. a trip and view the confluence of Tbree States in one bour and s half Mr K P. Robblns and daughter Mr.-- Hear? Smith Can.!.-o and rhil ill 11 l-!"t .--terday for Jacksonville Ml., to x i rit the family of Hon. Andrew Kussell. Mra. X V. IiK and her guent Mii-s Roth Bensby of Chicago cafK .! wn from Grand Chain yesterday Mm. Lewis will return io her rounfrv hoin there in a day or two. Peoples Furniture Co. WILL FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR IT GARRET CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS 1803-579 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO. II LINOIS. Roy fiholwti. who recently left Cairn for an extiw'd westeni trii fot hf heslth lias left Catalina Island and lettmied to UoVer. Colo., where lie SI nm at tiie phipps sanitarium. GARNER & HANES CONTRACTORS Hav: g d' cidei to 1 cate in Cairo we ask yoar eonsideratinn and pat ngc. iipec'al attention eiven Cement Side Walks, Concrete Foaada'i ' c and Sewer connections. Best Mecaanics. All work 4SMM in Ms' workmanlike manner. GARNER & HANES 2714 Poplar Street. Oavld I jnsde i i-ft zf night for e trip asL lie will visit bis family " ho ;v Mi-i ding the summer at Fall Kiver. iigJis-. and will transact hnsl n ss In New York and Newsrk, N. i . ! ayiiig a visit of instwttion to the l.ai.-l"'i Meter i-omisn factory at Ike !!' 1 wk he surprise ol many, ins hitting, in he dual ililiing with the score- a tie tab broke up the game by making a lit which ent the winning run over he plate. For his work he was riven a shower of Mini an, I called Hion to pitch the second game. He lid so and pitched well but lost it lecause cf rank support Duggan Not in Game. rttne ami teevrad Wblhl throwing nm the outtield Btnter Duggan is dtchitig fine bail. "If the flufcgans ind Perdue had a good team behin I :hetn they would seldoln lose a taspe." said Caubie this moniiic; Tin team is a rank Mit and wttkoiif t pitcher would amount te noth ng." Continuing, he stated that Per lue and the I 'iiggans wire very o! liar in Nashville and that Johnny had MM called upon for several days to nanage the team and did it well, .le also slated that the Philadelphia ind New York Americans and two thei big league clubs were after lohtmy for next season and that if lohntiv had hin way he would go to It New Yorkers. Land to Land High. Rig drover Land, who graduated 'roiii the Paducah team of the Kitty eaguc. is Mtill periorming wonderfully veil for Toledo ol the American A ioeiation. He doe?, tuuht f the heavy Afrk behind the bat and hSs reached oieh a hitting stag that when he t .lot catching he in sent out to oe the stick for weaker batsmen at criti cal times. Hp is still hanging the hall wound the .22 mark and hi fleldii'3 SMVeUtapi is great. i bis Nationals, tbe St. i and the Si uis all aft-; the Padiics.i Th- p i la U 1 lui Na-' mericans ar id. I i a tell' bv a friend. Ik NM -ledge Ri ?tnt to-.: lint to h. :i; An Elecr c Ear. ar by a Mrs. K B Kv . and brttl Wlckliffe w. r The former w Pea -.ill verv t a sa helton o R sn.Mlle r W O .1 -nkins Bf in the city yester.lav it to 8t ' lvuls on s lion Frtewd-? of VI t- ' sister of Mrs Rhelton i et to leam that sh is in heslth and has been eoa his aack Sid Of ss well PUBLIC RECEPTION Wis uivon by the Christian Church ol Corl.otidale as a tokesi of appraolatiod oJal SH0 received Ui Mie AdvnrHsing Contest pin dosed thwo. Are von Koiqf 1 get M fOt JtOUt OhUTOh, Lodge, or Order? The day bafara the Contest clossd, the Carhondale Church was tii.nQii h ihlnd the I. O. O. F. bill Ihn Cburwh won by !is2 votes. Trade with these merchants and get yoar tickotjs. Ballot Box at Henckell's Drug Store. Suitable for Wedding Presents High tirade Cut (Haas. Fine Hand Painted China Solid Silver Ware. Call in and inspect the goods. ChilS P. MHei Our prices are reasonable. jity. tied Oosn'l Ave. Visit the PATHE THEATRE This evening and get Tickets and vote in the Pisno contest. 213 Eighth Street. You need never sacrifice style for comfort, neither comfort for style. We combine these essential in al I our T YrVf El A R C. G. TERRELL COMPANY. For Early Southern Vegetables and everything good to eat go to Ii. SANDER & SON'S Grocery 614 COMMERCIAL AVE. Vc a have never give us a trial bundle. Why not do it now. We guarantee satisfaction. Our wagon calls everywhere. THE AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY 208 Eighth Street CAIRO. ILL. Boy lhat bill for yOur rew house from1 KELLY BROS. LUMBER GO- It May get you the Piaao. Special unducements offered in every department on mid-summer wearables. KAUFMAN BROTHERS. q22QQ' Coiifuutlouer)' and Ioa (Jrsatn Hoi Agent for Original Allegrettl ChoookUes, tiujr- .'llOOOll Hon Hons, le. Ohoooleto Hon Hons, liiuite Bros. ChooosaU snsl ltvu Ik Wliltuians Ohocolateu aud Tailor made Choc Chips. 603 Commercial Ave. CAIRO, ILL . r 1 1 cm ' lj oioanaaisD P. n. JtnUH -roaaAOOO Wn ll tbS follow lug Htgli lli iwle 5u otgura: Olga Nethersole San Felice El Oandelia I'd Alerito Haborosa Cairoett Globe Democrat Country Olrl Owl We carry Hie Urtwt lot of t'ipe.Hud BBMksn' ArUol in the city HENCKELL'S DRUG STORE 7 IS Commercial Ave Agents for BpaldlngHi Candy, Soda Water, Cigars. Base Hall Goods. Do rot fail to see our Hue of Open Stock American and Oerman China. Our line of Glassware ia the largest in the city. Guaranteed flrHt quality. Picture Framing A Specialty. That Green or Mottled Porch Shade your neighbor or friend has. come from the CAIRO Fl RrVITURE COMPANY DOfi Commercial Ave. 1 1 our new styles in Spring Suits. FLACK & MAY. We Fit Them All. itr meats are fresh, tender and juicy. Why no buy here and got Tickets in the Piano Contest. SOUTH SIDE MARKET 40fl Washington Ave. Bell Phone Mw. One Vote lav Win or Lose the Piano. 0n Exhibition at yuFflUN BROS. cm NEWS IN BRIEF! Women's Relief Corps c. will meet on. Meets. W. C. T. U. Meeting. The W. ioin of Seventh r'clock. T. Died at Hospital. . UniUey; ai.i 15 rears, died i -ti St. Mary's infirmary yesteriayj after an op.Mutum for appendicitis. Tht- dMMHlsnt maided at l"T Tbtrt fonrth street sml formeriy was eni i.lof.l hy the Chieauo Mill ami Lum ber tomiiaiiy. Cut Down the VMeeds. Tie work of cuttbig ilown weeds tpe upaei ixntion of tbe cit) is pro geaainf. Alonjt the Holhrook avenue IQae (if tbe Cairo Klectrie atnl Trsc thin company th.- luxuriant Riowth of many wenka has leveled to the Ti and and many festive malarial .ieilNiK have taken to Um ikIs as a . i nseqeence. Awarded Contracts. The county roa.l i-omnussionpri" yes-, t. rdaj eaenMI bills ami awar.le.l ron- traels for pnttln 1. yarls of tin, el ,,n the Missls-ii.i roa.l from Beeaa Rl'la e.t an.l WO afds on the Uossd I'ity roa.l between the chi razo Mill an.l Oaebe hridjlf Himsn ,'is nar.le. the contract foi the f. rni. r work His W ! l HH. Ati.lrew Serhian asr war.lw .the eaal .-1 I'" the w,ilk ,nt Woi'ni'l j CHj ros.t. bli M.I being t'.'S .: . : Work will sUHed s soon as pos--ili'. ILLINOIS METHODISTS Met Yesterday at Sh 'on to Celebra.e Acniversary of Estahi shment of Church in Th t State. FIRST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 609 611 Ohio Street, Cairo, Illinois. Capital, $250,000.00 Surplus, 50,000.00 The laraest DEPOSITS of any Southern Illinois Bank in Advantages to Depositors- This Bank receives de posits of all kinds and allows interest on saving ac counts at rate of 3 per cent. Persons responsible for care of funds, large or small, niiv wicli confidence entrust them to this insti tution. The couiliincd wisdom and experience of its officers aud directorate are constantly available to guide its counsels and oversee its management. OFFICERS. S. cAlSTHORPE. "PrftJeni H. S. CANDEE. Vice President W. H. VOJD. Vke-P'tsnlcnt W. f. H ALU DA Y. Vict 'President GEO. F OFT. Cishier And Secrttiry H. K. cAlSIHQKPE, cAuistAtit Cashier And As. Seaettry J. 5. AISTH0FPE FEED CFEEN ANDREW LOHR IT H. WOOD DIRECTORS H. S. CA.WEE H. E. HALLWAY FAUL G. SCHUH TH0S. P. COTTER Hr. P. HALL1DA Y ZHOS. J. SMYTH M. C. WRIGHT !?e'!e f I e H - Mai mil. nor1 a two 4a H4 the Bullet! an4 get all tb Toe pay a little ssore f..r cts-slfie-i , 'T.r i . '- e. :' I- iri nr Cairo papers hat yea ft tar, EAKIN-RITTENHOUSE CO. 616 COMMERCIAL AVE GASand ELECTRIC SUPPLIES GAS PIPIG AM) LNTERIOR UIRIING n I of Gas and Electric combination fixtures. Gas Stoves PJWtriC Motors, Electric and Gas flat irons ami . i ctrical heating devices and nov elties of all kinds. Headquarters for Wolsbarh Lamps and mantles I fme.l t her room I reus while I' Is aewn isry.