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fl vTHE CAIJtO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1&, 1907,
Easy Baking Days You can make your , baking. Jays, easier, because good results wijj be more easily obtained, if you learn what a marvelously efficient help you have in in, II CORN STARCH Improves tho appearance,' quality and daintiness of many everyday foods bread, gravies, 6up, jellies, pastries, aiid so on makes deserts surpris- ingly tempting. ! I he standard or quality tor over half a century. Learn all apout it from our book of ORIGINAL RECIPES AND COOKING HELPS in whidh Alice Cary Waterman and Janet M. Hill give you the benefit of much special study into the virtue of this wonderful corn starch. Always insist on the gen uine Kingston!' Oswego Corn Starch if vou want the purest, most wholesome, most economical. Made for over fifty years at pwego, , All grocers, in pound packages, 10c T..KINGSFQRD 4 SON, Oswego. N.Y. NATIONAL STARCH COMPANY, Successors. ill lil. T il.' I- "H I II s NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS I I MOUNDS. Positions of Trust n Every man is likely, at some time, to be called to fill a position of trust requiring a bond. You may be appointed guardian of a minor, or executor of a will or administrator of an estate ; youtuay be elected to public office, or chosen treasurer of some organiza tion; you maybeofferedafiduciary position with a bank, you may wish to guarantee a contract, or you may wish to give an occupation or license bond in all these circum. stances, and many others, we will act as your surety. Being the largest Company in the world wh'ose business is restricted to furnishing Suretyship Bonds, we can give you an absolute guaran tee, and save you from annoying obligations. Apply to SWINDLERS TRY II 1 WORK MASONS CHAIN OF LETTERS, STARTED BY SMOOTH GANG STOPPED BY SECRET SERVICE OFFI CIALS. '...': Jimerican Surety Company of Uiw York t . . Capital and Surplus 4, 800, OOO David a. Uiu&den, -Attorney, 614 Commercial -Avenue1, Cairo, 111. Candee Insurance Agency Agent. -1'-- SECURE LARGE SUMS Swindle Is Confined to Western States and Illinois Masons Are Mulcted of Large Amounts. Tf!aqne: Z. V lie-- RAZOR No Honing-No Grinding Get aCARBO-MAGNETICT" RA7DR Tfl.niV nn in J. LiJ trial irom your dealer and learn all about real shaving comfort. EVERY ONE THEM OF GUARANTEED Hollow Ground (2.00 Double Concaic for Unvy Beards $2 50 LeathtrCaie $4. CO C. W HENRERSONCAIRO. tLw NEW STORE NEW GOODS Prescriptions called for and delivered to all parts cf the city and filled promptly and accurately with p.. rest of drugs. A lull line of t ilet article, cigars and tobacco. We invite you . to visit tis and solicit a share of yout trade. J. B. BREWER'S . New Drug Store, , 1113 .Washington Avenye. Masonic officials recently sent out letters all over the country to mem bers of the order, warning them to look out for a bold f rami which is being worker! among Masons. The fraud Is being carried on un der rover of the ails by swindlers, v.liu are collecting funds- on a bogus subscription scheme for the erection' of a monument to the lute President AlcKinley. Members of the Masonic order have been selected as the vic tims. Thousands of Masons in the west have recently received letters s-nt out under the vnaln system. The letters purport to come from promi nent eastern Masons, and ask the re ceiver to contribute ten cents toward a fund which is being raised for tho erection of the monument. In addition the receiver is asked to write three letters to brother Masons or friends, asking each to send In ten cents, and in turn write three letters to their friends? They are directed to semi the money to Judge William JR. Day, at Canton, Ohio., one of the best known Masons in the United States. lr- each original letter there is en closed a number of envelopes ad dressed to W. It Day, Esq., Canton, O. Through accomplices at Canton, the, Utters have been Intercepted, by' a simple ruse, Th confederate of the ; wlndlers called at the postoffice sev eral days before tne replies were ;cedu!-d to arr've and asked for mail addressed to KU'. R. Day." When the ; letters addressed in this manner did i begin to come, the postal clerk, j familiar with the man an. I his name, i. served them for liim. as Judge j I'.ay'.s nui'l was seldom addressed In it. at way. ' , It is eyt'mnted that the amount se dired by fraud, will reach many thou-f-vnds ef dollars. Few who received the appeal neglected to respond. As far as can be learned the swindle was confined to the western states. In San Francisco the victims Included practically every officii1 1 (if the local lodges. A dispatch from Judge Day to a California Mason slates that he knows nothing , of the chain letter scheme. The I'niled States secret service officials have taken the matter up are searching Jor the swindlers. T1'"""ids of letters at the Canton p titoffiee. received since the swind lers took fright and teas' d calling it r thir mail are being returned to tin- s iidel'S. September 18, 1907. Mrs. T. N. Karraker returned to her home in Dongola Tuesday. ; Mr. M. P., Mayberry of Pulaski, was down on business yesterday. Our home gun club Is practicing up und getting In trim for the meet which will be held here early in Oc tober. We have some crack shots and this will doubtless be au interest ing (;outest. Mr. Johtruttel drove to Cairo Wed nesday morning to bring; out the floral offerings for little Rolph Brit ton's funeral. His little classmates contributed a '.beautiful collection of flowers. Dr. R. M. Fulkerson has returned from Johnson county where he had been to attend an old fashioned Bap tist association. He also visited with relatives near Vlenua. Dr. A. H. Royal vati a business visitor to Cairo Tuesday. The Doctor and Mrs. Royal" expect to leave soon for a trip to the Jamestown exposi tion. . George Scruggs is finishing three new houses in the railroad addition. They Were rented before the founda tions were laid. Mr. D. .Warshaw was a Cairo visitor Wednesday. Large quantities of hay is being hauled by here to the different local markets. The crop is said to be con siderably larger than last year. 'Mr, Ed Young, of Cairo, Is moving to Mounds today. He will occupy one of Al Reader's houses. , Mr. Lee O. Walker filed an appli cation with the Illinois Central for a position. Prof. G, C Tramniell says there is a greater interest manifested in our public school this year than ever be fore in the history of his experience as a teacher. B. I. (Ilritton and I. N Taylor were were business visitors to Cairo Ties day. -Mr. Fred Leidigh, of Villa Ui'dge, was transacting business in town Wednesday. . Prof. Geo. W. McCorkle. of Don gola. was here Tuesday In charge of the Pulaski Cornet band. They fur nished music for the celebration at the Y. M. C. A. The fourth anniversary of the V. M. C, A. was celebrated Tuesday. There was a reception and program at 7:30 o'clock which was enjoyed by all. The following visitors were present and took part in tho program; J. S. Miller of Peoria. . J. C. Starkey of Mattoon, r. W. Keagan of Mt. Carmel. John C. Fisher and T. L. Pulley of Cairo, and others. The house was filled and mere were twice as many on the porch and iu the yard as were in the house. . The Pulaski band furnished music during the afternoon ami early evening, and the Y. M. C. A. quartet sang a number of selections during the evening. A number of enthusi astic speeches were made and the program was considered the best of any anniversary meeting ever held here.' F0S BYSM2! 1 DIGESTS ivtl AT YOU CAT KtlteTM Indif stion. Sour Stemtcik. BttMmt,t : . . ' : v ,1.,' MSPARSfr ONLY AT TMI LABOCATOUT Of lJ E. C. DmWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO. IX.I Bold by W. F. Soman, 1301 Wanhlnton avenue, and Al. C. M&txger, Washington and Twentieth stiwt. GRAND CHAIN, ILL. September 18, 1907. 'Mr. -Dave Jalmet came down from New Athens to look after some busi ness and make a short visit -with friends. Mrs. Joe Cange visited in Anna first of the week. Theo. Ruther was In Cairo Tuesday on business. School opened here last Monday with a large enrollment. Mrs. R. Moore is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. J, D. Brlstow, in Crenl Springs this week. J. , Gaunt, Jr., visited in Cairo last Sunday. Little Miss Minnie Gaunt, of 'Cairo,' accompanied bjm home. Mrs. A. C. Bartleson went to Villa Ridge last week to attend the funeral of George Miuiclt. Mr. and Mrs. Vv J. Steers, of M tropolis, is visiting for a few days wicn ;wr. ami .urs. win. uoyd and other relatives. Aliss Clatie Jones visited with her sister, .Mrs. ,1. li. Calhoun, iu Mound City Sunday. ( Mr. J. A. Lewis is visiting with n latives in Harrlsbnrg, HI. Win. Schwarts. Jr., visited in Car rier Mills this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hees. of Belknap, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. D. Cope land. Miss Etta Calvin has been visiting in Mound City for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moore came home from Kentucky to spend Sun day. , Paul Evers, of Belknap, visited here Sunday. , , Mrs. W. F. Weeks, of Belknap spent the day (Tuesday! here with rela tives. f annual sifilii; ! The Annual Horse Show and Fall Races will be held at Paducah, l(y Sept. 242526-27 THE MINISTERS SON tl At Cairo Opera House Tonight Parte Comedy Tomorrow Night ' Moving Pictures Saturday. "The Minister's Son" which opens its engagement' at the Cairo opera house tonight is in some respects, like 'Uiay Down East." It tells the old, old, story of a trusting girl 'who leaves her home in the country, led astray by the fascination of a villlaa. She goes to the city and Is found by distant scenes to his audiences. In his new program he excels his own efforts In the past. How alien lands look, how their people, live, dress, work, play, and a thousand other things of absorbing humaji interest, make his new program so valuable that no one who wishes to be well informed and keep abreast with the world's progress, can afford to miss it. , There are really no words that can describe its value adequately. M : i -A I Sit VA J Jfj "v -t.i y : sjr . :ym- 1 v ' in- -t - " . . . . B a Scene From "The Minister's Son." Uncle Si Haskins. Seventy per cent of all successful men in the great cities are farmers' sons. The old homestead with its i traditions, its well-sweep, its cortt I husking. Its rich 'and varied exper iences, will never be forgotten. If 'you would recall them and live them I over again do not fall to see. "Uncle (Si. Haskins." Look at the pumpkins ; gleaming amidst the fodder shocks and as perfect a picture of genuine farm life as has yet been seen on the American stage. Will appear at Cairo opera housi on Wednesday, September ITith. PriM's 25, 33 and oil cents. g $6,000 In Purses and Premiums EXCURSION RATES. Write F. C, Burnelt, Sec'y, for any information PAY SALAB1ES!! FIR OWNERS OF TOYUAND FORWARD MONEY TO ACTORS AND WILL RETURN THEIR WARDROBES. I: o nr n a at iy t AND TRUST COMPANY 609-611 Ohio Street. - - Cairo Illinois. Word was received by Chief of Police Egan yesterday from Morelock, Pilgrim & Raphael, of Chicago, own ers of the Toyland company, stating that they would pay the salaries of all the company and would restore the wardrobes to the members. Tbe money has been forwarded to the company and the actresses who wrr left stranded at West Print, Mlrs . are on their way to Cairo t. ;;ct thMf baggage. . Manager L, II. Frank, of l'ii :n. pnny, however, is still in J.,i! ! pending the j withdrawal of t'.:e charges made against him at West Point by the company ihj:uU:-s. w.:i were deserted by him. In the caste of the company wrr- Miss Nettie Farnbaker (Mrs. Pied Fnrnbaker) ilaughter of Maurice J.l Farnbaker, of Cairo. She Joined Ihc company in the south several weeks ago. ! i I GATITAL AND SUKPLUS THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. ALL BUSINESS MEN REQUIRE 1. A safe l)4nk hi which to deposit llieir money ami securities. 2. A bank iro n whuh to borrow moncv t) carry on lee ittmate business inteietJ ' ' ' X, A bank carefully equipped to render the best as-isUnce to every business proposition ami fully organLrd iu every banking: lepfiittnent. 4. A bank liberal in its business me' bo.l?, but cflniervit.'iwly 'managed to insure safety. i. A lunk latge enouijli to inspijc the co fi-U-r.cr of its .stojitrs, but rot to large to givo every- coi fitdeiation to ib- interest of tisiiiji youug bu.sine.s men. Ab-i'k with courteous cfTicers, cajable ofgiuiig cus. U'tni; s s Jiind buskers advice. : , 0 TESTED AND PROVEN. Loat and Fcund. lst, between 9 : S- p. in., yesterday and noon today, a bilious attack, with nausea and sick headache. This loss was occasioned by finding nt all dnii? stores a box of Dr. King's New Uf Pills, tho guaranteed euro for bilious ness, malaria and jaundice. 25c. There is a Heap of Solace in Bnn Able to Depend Upon a Well Earned Reputation. PADUGAH CARPENTERS Have Righted Themselves and "Jack' Adams. General Organizer of Union, is in Cairo. J. 'VY. Adams, general organizer of .the I'nited Brotherhood of Carpenters land Joiners of America Is in the ciitv mi route to St. Louis, bis headqiiar- ,t rs. Mo is bulking over the lo'-al jflnlil with a viw of gathering to th (fold of the union the many non-unio car-nters working here. If lie think j Ms presence is needed he may return here after going to St. luis. and a N ndine to an accumulation of rout in" l business thfre. Mr. Adams has been at Paducah anil has adjusted matters there to th satisfaction of all concerned in the lt rftrtilers' strike at 'that nliirn frsi"lr'- M' '" " ... A11 .arnters and joiners in Padu- nse OI neveiopniE Ia tj ami plates, at $1,2'K per annum, in the PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED Civil Service Examination Ordered in Cairo Next Month to Secure Ehgibies For an Assistant. The t'nite.I States Civil Servic-' ('(mmlssion announces an exanitux- I ti.n rn Ortoher ??. 1f.l7 at Culi-rt ! III., to peeure eligible from hi h ' to make certification to fill a vacancy ' ia the position of assistant photo- her brother. Simon, who has gone there to make his fortune through an invention of his own. lie forces the villian to marry his sister and after a time finally Bells bis invention and returns to his country home in time to save bis poor old parents from be ing turned out of tin ir home.' ' ' . . . V I. t . ... .. . I. .. T I . 1. . ..1 1 I tin iiiiw i. ill-- muiliri iiinni Gedogical Survey, and vacancies as ! they niay rur in any branch of the nervice requiring similar ' qualifica Tl'f BulIH'n li tin only ereo dsr Ppet ia U'rO. j GRAND MILLINERY ' -and Fafl Opening, Friday an4 Saturday, September 20 rd 21, KAUFMAN U;03. The Irish Senator. The farce comedy stars McCabe Mack, the )Mpular purveyers of musi cal farce comedy will be seen this season iu a nirand new farce entitled The Irish Senator" which has been written with a vie to fit thWr per sonality. That the author has suc ceeded is an established fact. !t is a story of life in New York and the complications follow In rapid order. As a laugh producer it is a wonder. Many strong ' tiecialties will be in trod need by the different members of the company. Friday. September 2'ith, at the Cairo oiera house. GEf TWO JURORS III ROCHE CASE SECOND TRIAL OF CONOEMNA , TION SUIT OF CAIRO & THEBES RAILROAD VS. ROCHE BEGUN YESTERDAY. Scenes From Africa. From beginnig to end, Lyman H. Howe's new program of moving pic tures to bo seen at the Cairo opera house on Satiirfiay. September 21st. for niatineeaud night, is of the widest possible variety. It Is this which mikes it no interesting alike to young .111 tl old. ri'h or poor. or "other u-!. Mr. Howe La5; aiwaj? un a last mar-tir Id the art of transferring The condemnation miit of the Cairo ir Thebe railroad vs. Hoc be Was taken up for trial yesterday in the county court. Judge I.yman (. Caster n? Mound City, presiding. At a former trial of this rase it will lw remembered the lurv dmasr'-ed. The work of getting a jury was be gun with the resell that two juror fere accepted. Richard E. Gannon of Cairo, and Edward Hogan of Tamms. States Attorney James Ijngle of Jonetiboro, and Angus Iek represent the railroad company. Messrs. R-ed (ireen and David S Iansden. tbe defendant. The railroad company settled out of court with Otto Karff for a right-of-way through bis farm. iying $?."0 for the 2 6 acres they will require. For months Cairo readers have seen the constant expression of praise for Doan's Kidney PJUs, and read abou the good work they have done In this locality. Not another remedy evrT produced such convincing proof of merit- II. F. Mallnski, of 90fi Walnut slreet, Cairo LII., says: "While shoeing horses about fourteen yenrs airo, I strain' d myself to such an extent tht-t I had to give up tbe work and pince (hen my back hna been weak -irtd ached a great deal. My back wou'd tire easily while at my work and at times It. was very painful. Th- se cret long were in an unnatural com'! lion and I often had to get up at night on account of their frequent act 'on. Occasionally when stooping or lift in;.'. I would take a catch In my back, and if I could idt in one position for a while, I could hardly get up. Aft-r I used Doan's Kidney Pills which I got at Schuh's drug ston, my back was stronger and ceased to ache. I will recommend Doan's Kidney pll's every time.'' (Fro ma statement given in 19.n.) A Permanent Cure. On Feb. S2d, 197. Mr. Malinskl. said as follows: "The stat ment I gave In JSO0 for publication recom mending Iian'8 Kidney pills is true. I can s ill heartily endorse them and you many continue to publish m tes timony as the cure hs proven wr manent." rfr sale by all iPnlern. Price '5rt cents. Foster Milburn to., Ruffglo. New York, mln acents f-r the I'n'tcd Stales. 1 Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ' Sf"fy Bocs for Rent in cur vault built expressly for the f r t j t i :cse oi storage or valuables. You arc cordially invited to call on us The largest DEPOSITS of any Bank in 2 i. nit i - UUIIlllt'Ill Sllllltfl.H ' I: EAKIN-R IT TEN HOUSE CO. 616 COMMERCIAL AYE. GASand ELECTRIC SUPPLIES GAS riPIJNG AM) INTERIOR HIRING A lull stork vi Gas nntl Electric comhl notion fixtures. Gas Stove v. Electric Motors, Electric and Ga flat irons antl electrical heating devices and nov elties of nil kinds. Headquarters for Welsbach Lamps and mantles Hickory Stove Wood Ws run two wtBOns, maka prompt cisliveries. Clark-Danforth Handle Comoanv fhs oflly placa in town rhr you esn get all Hickory Wood. Two horao rtaoit lead $135. F.LL shONC IIS Ws list tt, M. O. ft. . My atiinial f'hris-tnias r-al" "f ba?nl work l!ir, Lmbcr !". 5Ir?. C M. Htariing.T. ROOSEVELT IS FIRM (Concluded from First Page.) )f one thing we mar be sure, snd that Is that President Roreiett will always stand firm la bis dicy of en forcing the law ssainrt wrong-doiaf hy wrporation!. We lu-id tbi fr.rn Secretary Tft in hi s'ron rn.j..rH. n ent of tb st p'-i'ty. ind hert !t if?irv rc affairmcj In tin prsMcnf ?.- "V.Uv tuxks Peoples Furniture Co. WltL FURNISH YOUR MOUSE FROM CELLAR T OARRCT CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS 1Sf3 S-r COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO. M L1VOIV T'W;'r? Th' But raiddly. cotton ..tv.Bee.. thus .how- should a!as be InCicted oa t!.e ia i ,, ... . ., . diUdual cfTicen res,.nsib fur xlJU,K hnt 18 ,in ,9e 5n tetions cf !a, and these, to be effeet Po'ri- althoneh Ws powrfai in it aal. should Involve IrrHirisrnmeat. r.t.s,rai- tiian Wfore ttte war. oi3g t fines aga!u?t tbm cr the eofiion tth fsith's .Vt ei p.... t r.t if .ih.. n4 lis ntt-rt- i!T.-T;r.f "e' ! ai l i "" nt i i-'- t Hons, Tat Tnil? i- the rr.l taia cr fjr .be V.: -.'t--.. li ft sti'i !s U'-'l-l'-i.. la at b r J ? . .'.a cae lket.