1 THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1007.
2 NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
MOUKD OITT, ILL.
August 31, 1907.
Mi'H. J. II. filytlio, wllo (if Mi llli
rinlH Central uxcnt. nt UiIh duct, dlei'l
at, her home Ki-lilay CvciiIiik ill :.9:Oii
o'clock niter nn lllnesH of one week.
Her ili'tiih wit.i inside HHildiM from the
fact that bho leaven u lillle nlrl of
tliree yenivi mid one lull a week old.
It liaa not been Uml'in d yel where the
funeral .will occur. ' '
C. li. Rlclicy .was In Cairo on biwl-tii-BS
F. Faulkner left I'm- Colilinbr.N, Ky.,
Kyle ICnl, of Culm. in vltilllit!? relu
tlveH lime this week.
Mrs. II. Calvin, ol' U-vIiikm, Ih tin
RNi'Mt, of her daughter,.', Mra. ("'().
Schtilor, jr., thin fwk.
Mm. K.I Kller is acrioiiHly ill at
her home In tltU city.
Mr. an.) Mrs. VI. V. IHley returned
Friday fmni 11 visit with frlenda at
Mch. Hpniildlng received a letter con
taining the iuhvh. I Ik leaver a wife,
mother unil two HlHtora.
August 30, 1907.
Miu Ansher htm returned home
from Desoto, where nlle has bee.i
Hienillnji the Hummer.
Mr. and Mrs. Macey, of JoncHhoro,
Ark., has heen here on a visit to re
latives, Mrs. Will Llghtner and' children or
McClure are here visiting V, M. It te
ste and family.
Alius Alberta Allen has returned
home from a visit nt. Mill Creek.
Mr. O, H. I'euhody, of Cairo, was
here, on a business trip a few days
Mrs. Libhio. Perry and children of
Mnridiysboro, were here on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan.
MiHses Mut'de and Blanche Isler.
Kdith HodKes ami JVlary Finch, spent
T n with Misses Ruth and Alice
NIP IT IN THE BUD.
Flrat Appearance of Dandruff, Pore-,
runner of Future Baldnraa.
That nuch Is the cane has ben oon
rlnnlvely proven by grleiitlno rearch.
"rof,. Unna, the notd European sktn
iatlallst, declares that dandruff Is the
burriwd-up cuticle ot the scalp, cnusmd
by parasites dentroylnif the vitality In
the hnir bulb. The hair becomes lifeless.
nd, In time, falls out. This can be pre
Nuwhro'n Herplctde Kills th)s dandruff
(Term, ami rentorea the hair to its natural
softness anil abundanry.
IferplcMe Is now u?ed bv thousands of
pwplo nil satlHfled that It is the most
wonderful hair preparation on the mar
Bold by leading drupRlsts. Bend 10c. In
stamps for sample to The TIerplclde Co.,
Two sizes 58 cents and $1.00.
Paul U. Schub & Sous, Special Agents
week. The schools have been delayed
one week in many places on account
of this work and the superintendent
and patrons expect you to be present
The county touchers are taking ex--Farkr. ' ',- 4M flgS)
aminations at the Lowell school. Miss. ... '.fames Fitzgerald lias arrived
Gallinioie of Marlon, who will teach home from ' Mm south for a short
at Mounds, and Miss Cora Victor ofvish".
Grand Chain, are anions those attend
ing the examination.
Misses liuby and liernice Ctley
have been the guests of their Rrand
mother at Vienna the past, week.
They will 'return today (Saturday.)
The two year-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe (iniati died at their home
here. Friday. The funeral will occur
at their home today.
Mrs. Splkert is very III.
Misses Iretta Fitzgerald, and Julia
Slers of Cairo, arrived yesterday
(Thursday) for a few days' visit with
(datives and friends.
Mr. (ieorge Hodges has reti med
home from a business trip at St.
Mr. Wprren Pryor, of Tatnms, was
here today en route to Villa Ridge.
J VUiiTen says, "you ought to see my
gill? ?hes the prettiest girl in
MM CUV A
DBAS I E
DRY HOUSE OF WISCONSIN CHAIR
FACTORY PARTIALLY DE
BIG STOCK DAMAGED
Fire Wall Prevented Spread of Flames
to Adjacent Lumber Yards
Damage . Estimated
Mound City Buffered a big fire yes-
every day of the time. Our school taxtwlay about It o'clock when the
Wisconsin Chair company's plant was
partially destroyed. The lumber
is enormous ami we expect greater re
suits from our teachers this year than
ever before in the history of the
schools. Iet the teachers and pupils
all get ready and work for results.
Data, Covering 36 Years, Compiled
From Weather Bureau Records
at Cairo, Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bert Rodney, spent,
have Wednesday wi,, Ml. n( Mrs. O. ).
Mis. Bo') Donovan, Mrs. C. W. Irby,
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Childers
Cairo shoppers Friday,
Mr. and Mrs.- John ('nip
bought the John Schuler, Jr.
erty on Third street.
Aor.i was receive,! nere mis week MJs8M Maggie Mntoll( Maggie Slers
by Mrs. Sparhliiig, proprietress of the Kil,,llt Tlu.s,ay wU, alllI Mrs
tstar restaurant, mat, tier son r.uwarii. i (mK
who loft here last March to accept
tilt! position of foreman at a mill at
Fort Steel, Wyo., died from Injuries
leeeived last week at the mill, and
was burled last Sunday. He died at
!i hosiutiil in Cheyenne. On account
of the telegraphers' strike no word
v,:is reccivc'illi enti! this week whet)
$2,000 TdiC j for $1 a Month.
AXY OCriTATION. ANY ACCIDENT.
live men, well er iu'tifd, wmited In
Cairo and uelgliliOTiiiK towni, lo n, II this
BigMonfj' for rntsWho Will Work
If you i re hu tlc-r Write Now ul e
rure tetrit 'iy. Fxpt-rl nee not neceas'try.
Bankers accident Association
East St. Lotus. Iix.
7. ' r 'ti . .'if 1 -A
BENO & WILLIAMS
TIN, COPH Rand
Steel Ceilings, ionices,
810-812 Commercial. Avenue
Steamboat Work a Specially
Cairo . Phon 467.
oiige. All report a fine time.
Mrs, Mary Milford and daughter,
Miss Ollie, have moved to Cain1,
where Miss Ollie will teach in the
Mrs. John Peterson and sons, "speUt
Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. (ins
Crow at the Mounds.
Among those who attended the An
na fair yistenlay were: (!. O, Vin
cent, -Geo. Tucker, Tom iPtzgerald,
John Fray and "Henry Minton.
Jack Joint of Tamms was here
Thursday,, distributing bills for the
show at Tamms Sunday night, "Toy
land. ICverybody is invited.
Dr. and .Mrs. Cibbs went to Cairo on
business today (Friday.)
Ohailie Parker will t- ' nd Sunday
with his ma" at Saudi5-.
Tin re was a "show" l.uwu Tues
Clli Williams, of the Scudders
(iakAV't'aren Grocery Company from
("alro, (as here today calling on the
Hnve you a
To Invite new cuslo-
To ift't ncurer the old
l n y I n d
Use The Bell
Central Union Tele
Aug. 31, 1907.
Miss Ida Hickank. of Carhamlale,
who was visiting with Mrs. Oeorg.'
Wood, returned home Friday.
Judge VV. A. Wall, of Mound City,
was a business caller at Monads Sat
Dr. J. C lloswell and a host of
others attended the Anna Fair this
week and report the largest crowd in
the history of the assieiation.
Miss Flo Could, of Bone C.;yi,
who was called hero on account of the
severe Illness o flier little nephew,
Ralph Uritton, returned to hei bom
The weather for the last few days
has been the most oppressive of the
Mrs. Nannie liruner surprised her
mai y friends by ipiletly getting mar-
tied some time ago and not saying
anything about ft.
The city has repaired the bridge
on the street leading out to Mr. C. V.
A 'heeler's farm, also the one In North
Mounds. This was a great Improve
ment as these bridges were almost
Mr. John Shaw, a dairyman, Is mov
ing onto Mr. E. (i. BrUton's farm
and will work for him this winter.
Mr. Cim . l.'v.-lrtte of the Hogan
farm, w;is c legal caller Saturday.
Kveiylady Is talking up good nads,
but the funny part of it is, talk don't
build niHiiy of ihem.
I Miss lulu llogandobler left Satur
day for Carlisle, III., where she will
' begin her work as principal in the
pc.blier schools of that place.
1 Dr. B. A. Royal, of Villa Ridge,
w;:s called lo Plggott. Ark., Friday to
maki p. professional visit.
Me. (.eorge Scruggs, of Liberty, will
b'Fin at once lo build some -new rot
ta-'s in the railroad addition for
1 1 !U
The clot lies line thieves have ar
rived ii North Mounds. Two lines
w t. stripped last night It U pretty
v.; new, but the thief Is evidently
i:.war:' mat be will need some clothes
;'ii. r the stiaw Perries bloom again,
j Mis, ( 'a!. I well Armstrong, of Par
is lis. Kas.. Is here visiting relative
:::n.l Mends this week.
Mr. ). Karraker. ashler of the
First National Bank of UarrisbnrR,
III., w;is here Friday afternoon on
i lii slness a. id tc tfislt relatives.
II. C. .Mure Mm slightly on the sir',;
list e.i account of the extreme warm
iualhr and the e-lise am Jit -a! ion to
! i sia-.-.
Kvir pehile g-hexd (enchor sh-.llld
r -nr-r:;l)T that the tachor3' institute
. i.9 in Mound City Monday. Sen
I, ii't.-r ? nii.l eet'ti ine Ihrrinph tb
The following data are Issued to
show the conditions that have pre
vailed, during the month In ouostion
for the above period of years, but
must not be construed as a forecast
of the 'weather conditions for the
Mean or normal temperature, TO de
The warmest month was that of
18117, with an average of 7G degrees.
The coldest month was that of 1879
with an average of (it; degrees.
The highest temperature was i7 do.
gives on September 17. ISOti, ami Sep-te-ber
The lowest temperature was Hfi de
grees on September IK), 18!M.
The earliest date on which first
"killing" frost occurred in autumn,
September :;o, KS!)!I.
Average date on which first "kill
Ing" frost occurred in autumn, (bri
ber 28th. ,
Average date on which last "kill
lug", frost occurred in spring, March
' The latest date on which last "kill
ing frost occurred in spring, April 19,
(U:iin or melted snow.)
Average for the month, 2.53 Inches.
Average number of days with .01
ol an inch or more, 7.
The greatest monthly precipitation
was Inches In 189:?.
The least monthly precipitation was
u.lfi inches in 187". , ,
The greatest amount of precipita
tion recorded in any 24 consecutive
hori'8 wa 4.42 Inches on September
:; October 1 1898.
Average 7 a. in. 85; average 7 p.
Cloudc and Weather
Average number of clear days 13;
partly cloudy days, 11; cloudy days, C.
The prevailing winds are from the
The average hourly velocity of the
wind is ti miles.
The highest velocity of the wind
was 4.1 miles from went and north
west on September 4th, 1830, and
September 21, 1897, respectively.
N. M. CUNNINGHAM,
(diserver, Weather Hureait.
yard and plant of the WillianiHoii
Kuny company and Meyer's stave fac
tory were Jeopardized for a time but
a fire wall, prevented the flames from
The city volunteer department &d
the employes of the three plants for
two hours worked with all their
mleht to subdue the flames anil at
last succeeded in controlling them.
The greatest damage done was to
the dry house and the stock con
tained therein, The., loss Is estimated
at about $20,000 which is fully cov
ered by Insurance.
The main 'plant and 'offices of the
company are located at Port Wash
The dry house Is a three-story
building 300 feet long ud 100 feet
wide. It was partially filled with
veneering nearly all of which was
damaged by fire or water.
A hot box near the ceiling of the
second story caused the fire. The
fusing around a power fan used in
cooling the air became heated Sud
ignited f)m Wd w'prk near It.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAY
, UUf-M lndilon, tour Etfcnrnch, iMchlne ( Ou, t
U E. C, D.WITT tc COMPANY. CHICAGO. ILL.
Bold by W. F. Soman, 1301 Wuitilugton avenue, and M. C, Merger, Washington and Twentieth street.
Combined Condensed Statement of
Alexander County National
Alexander County Savings Bank
At the close of business, August 19, 1907
No. 801 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Illinois , ; ,
Bids for , painting the steel arch
at Eight street and Commercial ave
nue Ayith two coats of paint will ba
received at the city clerk's office,
1111 Commercial avenue until 5 p. ni.
The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bills.
Cllf NEWS IN BRIEF
Death of Baby.
Mary Parham, little daugtiter of Mr,
and Mrs. Parham, of " 827 Twenty-
fourth street, died Saturday afternoon
at 2:45 o'clock, aged 2 years. The
funeral services will be held at the
residence this morning.
Loans and discounts
Stocks and Bonds
Real estate, furniture, etc.,
Cash and due from banks
payable - -Deposits
. . .
E. A. BUDER President
C O. PATIER, Vice-President
CHAS. FEUCHTER, Jr., Vice-President
THOS. BOYD ' CHAS. FEUCHTER, Jr.
D. S. LANSDEN C. V. NEFF
C. O. PATIER N. B. THISTLEWOOD
- $150,000 00
- 150,000 00
E. A. BUDER
J. H. GALLIGAN, Cashier
FRANK SPENCER, Ass't Cashier
J. H. GALLIGAN
fiOO oil Ohio Street, Cairo, Illinois.
As made to me Sta - udito of -Illinois at the Comm. ncement of
Hu' August 20th, 1907.-
RESOURCE t '
Loans . nd Discounts," - 0:3
Bonds and Securities, i, - :','i,947.G9
Banking House - - - 40.0 0 00
Steel V.ult and F xtures - 19, ".5 24
Ca-h and Due fr w other Bar.'s 447,5 37
' ' . . f '.S!l,79 20
Undivided Pr fit - -
Deposits, - -
$ ?50,000 00
; 21,480 66
KILLED HIS WIFE
Carmi, III., Man Strikes Woman With
Hii Fist and She Dies Came
For Labor Day.
Monday ia Labor Day and Mayor
Parsons has Issued a proclamation
requesting , that business houses be
closed in order to give employes an
opportunity to enjoy the day. There
is no special pronram of exerHses for
the orcaHion in Cairo.
Suit For Divorce.
Nicholas K. Kocn, expoundmaKter
of Cairo, has filed suit for divorce
from his wife St sun K. Koen In the
Sangamon county circuit court al
leging that he was cruelly treated by
her. Koen took French leave of his
wife and went away from Cairo with
another woman some months ago.
THE LARGEST DEPOSITS OF ANY BANK"' IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS.
Transacts a Savings and G .vril 'Unking B isiiK-ss. .. .. - '..li.
Acts as Trustee, Exec !. A iuiftrator, Receiver and Guardian.
Safety Boxes Jur Kt-nt i'"ij Fire and Burglar Proof Vaults.
(Concluded from Second Page.)
A dispatch from Carmi under date
of Friday says: Dock Vaughan. of
East Cnrml was today held by a coro
ner's jury to await the action of the
irrand Jury for killing his wife. Chris
During a quarrel early today the
man struck the woman across the
neck and shoulders. She fell through
v door to the ground outside. She re
gained her feet, bi t sank in the door
way and died.
Vaughan was immediately arrested.
He said Ills wife came here last Feb
ruary from Tlipbes with their six chil
dren. Kach aicuscd the other of infidelity.
Vavghan says he only shoved the
woman and did not Intend to harm
I will pay $5o.(mi to the Orphans'
Hon).1 if any iTson will make affidi
vlt or prove that they have ever Ikh"i
charged more than union prices In
my barber shop. V. U JOHNrfON.
WEDDED AT NEWPORT.
N. w.rt, R. I.. Aug. At the
NewciiiTe Hotel today Miss Marl"
riischiild Rdle von Mclasfeld. daugh
ter f.f the late imperial and royal
Austrian field marshal. Lieutenant
Wciitel I'lischnld Kiit-r von Malesfel.l
Freight Train Damaged.
An Illinois Central freight train In
making a running switch last nU?ht
at Thirty-fourth street and Commer
cial avenue, ran Into a Big Foil;
freight train which had been left
standing across the Illinois Central
tracks at the former Carey-Halllday
lumber yards and the collision resu"
ed in wrecking three or four cars.
plete the ureal Episcopal Cathedral of
St. .lohn the Divine of New York
City. The" total cost will 1k $r.,im0,.
Without any dlKCUssir.n concerning
"tainted money," John D. Rockefeller
liaa given to the American Baptlut
Missionary Tnion the larger portion
of the total gift of $2O0,oii0 which he
promised within the year.
An aspirant for a high place among
religions conventions Is a gathering
prcjectf l for PltUburg for April, 1908
when the Young People's Missionary
Movement will hold its first general
convention to embrace the United
States and Canada.
t nion Theological seminary, Newi
York, has received a gift of $100,000
from an unnamed donor.
Widespread interest Is aroused by
the proposed VVesleyan memorial to
be located In Atlanta, and to be built
by the Methodist churches in (Joorgia.
Some time ago tin- seven bishops of;
the church occupied Atlanta pulpits,
and $2nn.f', Mi was subscribed for thisj
purpose. The memorial will Include.;
in addition to a large auditorium and
ihureh, a hospital, a nurses' home
an. I iMtarding house for young men.
and another for young women, read
ing rooms, editorial ofTices, gynitia
slum and an amrsement center.
Within the limits of greater. New
York the Protestant Episcopal church
shows a n-t gain of 23.8 per cent dur
ing the past year. Th total valuation
or the properly of this church In this
region is more than $.57.0iiO.OO.
A new secretary for the work of
the Young P-ople'g societies of the
Presbyterian cln'rch has been ap
pointed by the board of publication.
He is Hev. Willis fieb ton.
At its firs meeting in Washington
the Haptlst denomination took Im
portant Mei looking toward a union
St. Louis. Aug. 31. The St. IjpuIs with the Krw Itaptist dnoniinal n.
abierawn. in mbers of the house of j The first measure to this end t trie
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Weber Dry Goods Company,
Cairo, Illinois, will be held at the
Company's office. No. 701 Ohio streot.
Cairo, Illiuois, on Thursday, Septem
ber 215, 1!07, at eight o'clock p. m
for the puriKise of considering In
creasing the capital stock of the
company from $.jO,imo.(i.) to $oo,n Mi.u't
and for the transaction of such other
business as tna properly come before
JESSE E. MILLER. Pres.
P. IL SMYTH. Sec. and Treas.
Cairo. Illinois, August 31. 107.
ALDERMEN PLAY BALL
Members of St. Loui House of Dele
gates Defeated Bv Chicago
AND TRUST COMPANY
609-611 Ohio Street, - Cairo Illinois.
The largest D C POSITS y Bank In
Advantages to Deposit or s-This Bank receives de
psits of all kinds and allows interest on savings ac
counts at rate o I per cent.
Persons responsible for care of funds, large or
small, may wich confidence entrust them to this insti
tution. The combined wisdom and experience of its
officers and directorate are constantly available to guide
its counsels and oversee its management.
A S. cAlSTHORPE, Tresideni
II. S. CANDEE, Vict-Vrtsident '
W. H. WOOD, Vice-Prtsidtnt
W. T. HALLWAY, Vut-Trtsidtnt
CEO. F. ORT, Cashier And Secretary
H. R. cAtSTHORPE, tAssisUnt Ctshitt and Assist Ant Stcrthtry
mere defeated today by a rousolldatlon of senr-? of the boards.
a team of Chicago aldermen, the!
game ixdng called at the end of the
bfth inning with the score standing
II to In favor of Chicago. Th
lMt;rs practically on the game in I
. S. AISTHORTE
W. H. WOOD
H. S. CAtTDEE
H. E. HALLIDA7
PAUL G. SCHUH
TltOS. P. COTTfR
W. P. HALL DAY
THOS. I. SMYTH
M. C. WRIGHT
Peoples Furniture Co.
WILL FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR 1) OARRCT
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
1803-5-74 COMMERCIAL AVENUE. CAIRO. II LINOI.
was married to Henry Lazard. vice j the tbiid Uinin when they forced six New Form Instituted By Government
pierddent of the I'niversity of Music
a id Piamatie Art in vVashtngton, D.
C. The bride, is a gifted musician
and formerly held the Kst of court
pianist to the queen of Roumanla
luns over the ulate. The gate re
ceipts vill Ih used for charitable par .
!ses. The Chicagoans were met at
the train by a delegation and escorted
about the city In automobiles. j
Men Experienced in Sea Fare
in3 Pronounce It O. K.
New York. Aug. CI-
of customs declaration wai luauga
rated today on the arrival of the
American line steamer NVw York,
aiid old time sea goers pronounced
the system a success. Instead of hav-
i ing jiassengers cleclaranens to a
jcore or more of deputy collectors
A new system , w b boaided the ship in the lower
bay the passengers on the New York
gave their Kiateaicnu, a they are
now called, to the purser, before the
ship reached port.
Any Item that la ot tnterw. to fot
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