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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1907,
THE CAIRO BULLETIN. BaUbllaaU IN. . rt'-'toh Dally and ganda? J BallntlB fcompuyetTMOatoatrMt. thorn M. CttaacrlpUwi ItatM Hy Mall. IiiTsrlsbly Oeaa In Advanoe. DM year, Daily aad Baud. .... .. ubserlpHoA NalM by Carrier. fey earlier la Calf- month Bjr oarnar, oaunoe or uwro wwra Nttlo t Subscribers, ftiihaorltwn will oonfer a for by repoitlnt; in Oiln offle nf Uok of iirompl dlirry ou Uia put of !rrr. : ' it ti tared st the Cairo PoatolTlee M eeeood-elassl Mall Mauer. CIRCULATION STATEMENT Average number of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bui- ' lotln printed dally and Sunday during the year 1906 ........ .2028 Average number of . complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bul letin printed dally and Sunday during the month of Septem her 1007 ..........2114 September Circulation. 2080 16....... Z10T 2H4 17...........210J 1., 2.. 3.. .. 5.. 7 8 9 10.; 11 12 . 14.. 15 ..2138 . .2150 ..21C0 ..2130 . .2150 ..2092 .,2110 ..2100 ..2108 ..2108 ..2103 ,.2105 ,:20C8 18... 19... 20.;., 21..., 82.... 23.... 24.... 25.... 2G.... 27.... 28 29.... 30..,. ....2180 ....2100 ....2102 ....2102 ....20G1 ...,2115 ....2130 ....2108 ....2105 ....2176: ,...2090' ...2090 ,...2094 SPECIAL SKIRT SALE We've Just received by Express 200 NEW FRENCH VOIL AND PANAMA SKI R TS Which ve offer (Ills week at the following Special Prices, $15 French Voil Skiiti for $12 French Voil Skirts for $10 Gerinan Vuil Skirts for $12.00 $10.00 $7.50 The above la a correct statement of the number of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bulletin printed . for the jear 190G and for the month of September, 1907. CLYDE SULLIVAN, BuKinofls Manager. Subscribed and Bworn to before me this first day of October, 1907. LEO KLEB, , Notary Public. The Bulletin la on sale at the fol lowing placet: .. Coleman's, 214- Eighth street. Halllday Houte Newt Stand. Walker's, 101 Sixth street Blue Front Restaurant. THE INTERURBAN. 17.50 Panama Skirts in black, navy and leather brown shades, ele gantly embroidericd and of special fine quality at : : J6.50 Chiffon Panama Skirts for .: $6.00 Ci if foil Panama Skirts for : You will find these skirts excellent filters and the Hit values in the city. S5.98 S5.50 S5.00 As stated in yesterday's Bulletin one of the point. which have tendo! to create distrust In the minds of some wople and of some aldermen, In connection with the Interurbaii railroad proposition as It has been presented by Its promoters, Is that two separate ordinances are offered, for two separate corporations, each corporation to have the same fran chise over the samo streets. It was intimated In Judge Lansden's eom- irtun 1..M fr 1,-vn f.fc fit., t'iitt tr,,i,wll unmu time ago. that this might be a weak ;I'()ubU"8. 80ffi of the more point from the companies- point of f the ohjecttons 8t.ll urged can also view; b,..t It also has tended to make1"' rt in BonnVway The promoter confusion in many mimls. The statu- ,8hm,M "t as,k fVthlnB that is tin ment made in an attempted eSplan.v;na,, e a'"1 !e rpruUvcH of tion. that the two companies and tho t," Bnm"' not refuse anytlims two ordinances are necessary because ',,at reasonable. In such a spirit the street railway act of the state 'f" aggroome.it can doubt- OUR NEW LINE OF SILK PETTICOATS which we guarantee for 3 months from date of purchase, have been a success from the minute we've put them on sale and why shouldn't they, when we promise to replace these skirts If they split within 3 months with a new one. Sam9 1 White tlcwiS not grant the power to cou- Honin nrnhprfi iu. arrmiomia Thi nni passed and in force March 7, 1899. be-', Roosevelt leclar, that Ing an emergency act and repealing n1 Palatable ,l,ot. Th , the Infamous Allen law. speciflcally l',onoraD'e Joseph B. toraker would grauts to street railways the power to to sit ".'V , fV acnulre uronertv under- wh.t . scheme to beat this in blddlnR for the known as "the right of eminent do-jn,gro vote' main." Section two of that act read as follows: "When it is necessary for the con struction, maintenance or operation of such road or necessary sidings, side tracks or appurtenances, to take or damage private property the same may be done and the compensation tln-refcr may 'be ascertained an I mud'j in the manner which may bo then provided by law for the exercise. u l"1"8 thfl ,aw l',I;,v of the right of eminent domain." Apparently then, two companies, under two different acts of the stale legislature, with a franchise ordi nance for each, are not necessary in order to acquire tho right to condemn property for the needs of . the rail road. Whether they are necessaarv The lower house of the Illinois gen Krai assembly passed the Ofclesby pii- rpnry law yesterday, which is believed ' to be a constitutional measure pro- j viding for a direct plurality noniina-' tion of candidates. The emergency clause was attached which will make ' i!.c law effective in time for net ytar's elections. The senate Is likely The d- p waterway prcprsition was also edi ytd by the house, it cills for a U,te by (he people to Issue twenty B.UHon dollars in bonds, to build the ::;ililtaiy canal as planned.- When Win. Triinbull. the fourth uce president of the closed Knickcr- rlpto I'rlnce Henry and of Princess PriecoKB Henry of Battenberg. Het p'olher. I'rinei-ss Henry, is II. JR. H. Vt Incess Ceatrice, sister of King E.i ward V1I who married Henry Mai -lice of liattenbcrs a favorite of lt late Queen Victoria of England, tiiuee Hf iiry ilied in ISM from a ffver contificted whfle serving in th' Asbanto. .. campaign. Princess Vic ii'ria Kus- nia, as she was before her juarrfnr.e, h the beauty of tho several branchen of the English Hoyal family. :)nd Is or a most attractive personality She ia the- god -daughter of the Km press Kugenhi and Is said to In! her heiresfi. Princess Victoria and A! plionso XIII. were married in Madrid or. .May 31. Uwfl, amid scenes of the treatest splendor, followed by the l;c rror of a bomb explosion which kille.l Hcores of people aul narrowly missed the royal coach in which their majesties were returning from church On May 11 last Queen Victoria gave b.rth to a son, which in the natural c urse of events w ill koiuc 1ay be come King of Spain. APPLICATION OF THE LAW. for any other purpose of value to the , ,H'kpr Tn,Ht f""l'any, declared yes nubllc has not l..m .,. l''r,la' thnt aU ihi financial trouble and in a matter of this sort whatever''" ca,"W by OUP. man r"f,,rr"'B " President Roosevelt) liave overlooked the be seems to dispatch from New York which stated that the Is not shown to be neoessary' may prove to be harmful, lnajiy event It Were best to take the lieotile an-l their representatives into fall conft- lIilbbiuR ol a "'iian did it. dence in this iniortant project; and An'' nva'. if " threaten the pun to clear, away, as far as possible all lmP"t of rkh rascals (which is al! doubt" concerning It in the minds of t!,at R00" h "np "n pr-cli i the public and of their represenU ,,atc " panic in tl,,v Btock n,a,kf,t-tt,on tlves in the city council , r e may 8,SM' that th Rto,:k rket Other objections are raised which'''1" very ,K,or "''n-inning and the oueht to h falrlr met n.l i,rnt.,lv sooner e nnn It out me lx tier. can be disgtoned of. Some of them may be trivial, but they rise to Im portance and are deserving of re spectful consideration when, in thi minds of conscientious men. they serve to block a project of such vital concern to the public. The Interests of the people of Cairo demand an Interurban railroad; but there is strong r:ajon to believe that the latest efforts to secure the right to build such a road will not succeed, partly If not mainly, because of strong differences of opinion as to details with respect to which mutual concessions can probably be made without impairing the project serious ly for cither party. The public inter est demand, therefore, that conces sions or changes shall be made which will make tbe passage of a satisfac tory ordinance possible. In nearly all cases of this sort promoters ask for more than they expect to get. It so In this Instance, as shown by the rrIlne!?s with which Jodee Lans dn amendments w-re yit-Ut , to. OCTOBER 24 IN HISTORY. Pleading Laws of a Sister State Ari exception to the rule that a for ciun law must be peadc, noted In tlr Supreme Court of llliii'.is In Christiansen vs. flraer Tank Works 7 Northeastern Reporter, 87. Thh wis nr. action by a servant for ' ix nal injuries, which the lllnois ciuii hi id was governed by the Indiana law a:t the contract wan entered Intc thcr? and the services were to b' performed there. rKferolant did n't plead the Indiana law, but. ss it ha l 'Ked a plea ol not guilty, the comt st.iteil that under such plea tbe do U n.tant was proerly iiennitte.1 to in tre.liice as part of its defense the laws of Indiana, so far ss material, to flow want of liability. Hi48 Treaty of Mnnster. ftrr.t to rcoo;iii7e the Palarue of mwcr. 1!'.8' Samuel mt'or. author ef' Hudt bras." die,. li.r.5 Oov. Shirley abandoned oxpcdl tb n asainst Fort Nlacara aH r learning cf Praddrck s df. a'. i 1 774 Continental concrcgi? recom men.ie.i the FiipcnM-n of a'l' pnblle amnscjrientn. 17M l.ilrty pf cnnscionr j,ro. clafined n N'e foundlnnd. ISO" Sir Jamrs He.iry v Craig ap- lointe.l Governor of Cana.la. 1S1 Erie Canal oine.l from I'tica! to Rome, X. Y. mo Spaid cefed Florida to te Cnited States 1 SGI West Virginia voted In favor of tbe ordinance to form a new-state. Biography. Queen Victoria, tho cors rt cf King A'phonso XIII. of Spain, wan Vm Or tobtr !i, 187, the second child of the Rights of Wall Pjpcr Trust Tb I !'!. , Sti s Cirrnit Com t in W;t .; Ppim r company vs. fmis Voieht ."us ciu-ipmiy, H8 Federal Kcrtei denies the rlsbt of the wall pajsT trr:t to recover from a wall paper d'-sler for gooU Ixos'it by tbe !'! i fioru various members of the a'i p:iK-r combine. Hinht of Vajority Stot1, holder to Acquire Cutilanding Stck. C jnn r tent P.-( a la- givir'any railrojoi f-nipany which. ati"ie urd'T an tlicrity of the laws of the stat. sba'l have aojuired more than three (.urtb of the caiiital sto k of any other rai" lead, and which cannot a?ree Wie the holders of tbe outstanding stock for the purchase of the saiie. tl rifeht to have, such stock aoprai. ! and surrendered to It on payment c! tbe appraise, value. The va I lily o. t';i tstnte Is npheM hy the S'lpro-p-Court cf the t"ritI P-e; in O.Ti-1 t vs. New York. New Haven Ik Hait ford rallroaj company. 27 Supreme Cort Reporter, 72. As sustaining au uf eraiu lluUntii By SAMUM'GOMPERS. President Americin Fejeritimi of Labor. OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT "What Women Will Do," Based On Charles Dickens "David Copper field," Will Be Presented." REVIOUS to tho granting of tlie Mii,!,'iut Clmrtor in Kngland a laborer who loft his employer and souglit a position with another mini was brought back anil upon his person the loiter V.was braiulwl, uhowinj,' that be was a villiun, or serf. If ho ran away um and was cauglit air S was branded upon hi3 foidHuwl, to show that he was a slave. After a second repeti tion of the offence the man, if caught, was banged on, tho charge of conspiracy. AVorktnen consulting with their fellow workmen on hours of .labor, wages, or other conditions of labor, were adjudged guilty of conspiracy ami jailed for long periods of time. Through the pages of written history runs tho. thread of the organized struggle of the workers for tho attainment of justice. Those who studious ly search may learn that in tho effort of the workers to remedy wrongs and establish rights, the trade union has been tho factor by which concessions have been forced from existing society. With the beginning of the 19th century, and almost coincident witfl the founding of our government as an independent nation, an immense impetus was given to the labor j tllw Micawbor family. The scenic of movement; but because ours was an agricultural country the trade unions foots are excellent, tho parts are well were sparse and fragmentary. Tbe abolition of chattel slavery paved the way for larger industrial development and cojointly with it the growth of trade unionism upon a national basis. Momentous results have followed ami are following. What Women Will 'Do," Is tho title of Harry Jackson s latest and Krput- st play presented by the Ilolden Hi others' company which will ap pear at Cairo opera house tonight. In' speakinx. of tho ..play, the , critics throughout tho country acknowledge that Sir, Jackson ' lias succeeded in HetttiiK mrch of tho color. of Charles Dickens' j?roat story, David Copper field, upon th,o slHue. The play 1;? not n direct dramatization of that novel, but founded ou some of the principal Incidents. Tho action beiiiR placed about James Steerl'orth. Rosa Itottlc, finjily Micaber, PesRoUy, and Uriah Iiccp and Hammond Penotty, the I'oiiKh young lishernuin, in love with Emily, the Innocent youm? woman who forsakes him for the promises of Steerforth. Iter to be caat aside. The pi nishnient of Steert'ortt when ho ia drowned during a band to hand flRlit in a storm with Hammond . PepRotty, with n few ether scenes In which Mr. Jackson hna deserted Dickens, gives the play a true? melodramatic flavor. The comedy (dement is supplied by OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Population 16,147. Illinois fayor, OEORqH PARSONS. Clerk. R. A. HATCHER. Treasurer, THOMAS K. MAHONBf City Attorney, F.k M. MOORE. . Comptroller, ERXIWT NORDMAH Pollen Mnpistrate. A. J. ROSS. Chief of Pollco, M. S. EAOAN. Alexander County, Population 12,467- County Clork," JESSE K.' MILLER ' Circuit Clerk, LEE II. HA VIS. Sheriff, FRANK K. DAVIS. State's Attorney, ALEXANDBH , WILSON. - - ' :':;.. -i'v'f r Coroner, DR. JAMES McMANTJS, County . Superintendent of Schools, PROF. JOHN SNYDER. .Assessor and Treasurer, FRRD Di NELUS. . ' . lliiyed. Well Knovtn in Every Home. A new staw version of the famous family story, "The Hidden allnd," .fill 1, uin ,t 41im riih-r, finer;) Iimit!f Trade unions have striven, successfully bore and there, to make the .j ,atinco and night.. Saturday, Oct. so. labor of man so remunerative as to enable the breadwinner to -maintain .This is the story which set Robert bis loved ones as becomes a man and citizen. They have striven to wrest H n.ior, then the struggling mvner . ! , -L . ,, . . . . . , , ,, ,. I the New Letlger on the road to mll- from the profit-mongers of all kinds the greatest monopoly on earth, the ) ,, a, 111,ll0 Cap,trla,. Wilvk lMm. monopoly of the worker's time; to secure for the toilers relief from the ,;il,l. Wool and other characters of the long hours and burdensome toil and find work for those who cannot find ''d, well known in almost every , , , i , .i it f i t e i i , ... home in the country. Eugene Moore, work at all; to obtain the full enfranchisement of labor, not only at the , . lhr of tlll;. Board of County Commissioners J. .T. .TEN'NELLE, Chairman. " CEO ROE PARSONS. DR. EDWIN J. GAUSB ' -.'...' -''-.' HOW THE TRAIHS RllH Corrected to Aumist 20th, 1907. TkIN 4SB a I.O. from Hnrtli Pfo TM . 1:47 a n N ...... 3-fti a D Son ....11:09 m "to i:M p lu Nom :I0 p in Vo t... .w 6:X p ia i No Ki.ai o at 1iopt Hnnrtnj 10. (4oln( Nortl Kil.. ..11!H a m No )-... .. 1:W No 6 t M p No ft 7:1 p u Rom.. 6:10 p i Wo l . : a is tNo M S:no a n )R(0pt Anoilkf polls and in the halls of legislation, but, far more important than all these, in the factory, workshop, mill, mine and field. i tization. By ARTHUR WARREN. Journalist. In governing a coim- j try, "a business training'' j is neither a necessity noi a special advantage. Thr association, of or the in fluence of business tipon politics has not in the United States, xvn of such an ennobling char acter that we can be JUD3E FIXES HER BOND AT $16,600 MRS. ROMADKA, WEALTHY WO MAN BURGLAR, COLLAPSED IN CHICAGO COURT YESTER DAY. . 1, J. Kkmb &aot.U Hoi -tvi a n No 4. a:n a m "o Wi 8:10 m No a...... ,.tl:V? a m : p in No ....-..11:10 a m No 44 7:4 p 'Puincak M. O. From North Ho I.. M p m No .. fix iu NoS II. tf) p iu M. AO. fro,D,,nlh No I.... ? 0.1 p ta Mo 4.... SMI a m Vo i 'l:40am l.f H.ilnf flout to I 9M pv: no m t-M No X iv a o 1:4! P NiiW 4:0 p No 4 :I0 No 41 . S:Mpis "adnoah V. OolrtK North No 1.. :in pra No 4.... ... i;in a No... t:IM u' No. .44 p.m. . m O (Mot uat Not , No - tret No 5 . .. llriftp Ko. U , , j Wck Ih.v only nig Fonr from North No 11:1R ra No ......... 7:4ft p m llljr fonr )tnln Nort N: II. . t,h m m Hot...... t .int p m No. mlfldt1lr Oottop Bait From eonUwiiift No 4 .. ..1:25 p m tlnttiiii f3;t No I... . .iW p Chicago, Oct. 23. Mrs. Evelyn Ro- riiadka, wealthy woman burglar, hoM j rt iha irrar,,! tilrv nn tltllA fh:l 1-1TP14. ' Iron MonoUl from Wail o 4H 10:a a m 140 4S4... 7;M p m Iron MintiUIn olB( W Mo4t1. .... a M p Ho4M liM i, in spite of tbe fact that he was a very good en.luro.l so long as she ill.I. , , t , , ,. ? ,r,uth Mrs. Komaillia and 'her negro presidents have been lawyers when they have ' , (,rm(. Altl,.,.t Jomis WHivr)J .. . ' . ,:,..... i,,... ' 'mm 6:08 a tn. in 10:64 p. in. ney jonn r. oonomu, .iiiuu. tr . poplar BT. UNK-rtolbrook AT,cr dn ro leave wcon Nt cingr nenn on Kolhrool Ao., t 5:R7; 27; :4'1: :W 7:H a, m. unci 01 mme mlnut every hour until 10:42 and U:b p. m. Oolnn wt on Twenty.Ftghtli St. at :4( 9:19; 0:94: 6:40; and 7:04 a. m.and 6b name oilu- 1 ut- every hoar until 10:114 sad 11:04 p. tn Poplar St. oars due to p Bt. Mary's park i I' minutes aftor living Si 'lid St. BKI.T LINK OWL OURS north on Wnlnnt 41 :8V p.m. 11:34 a.m.; 1:30 a. in.) iM a. iu. 3 W a. m.; 4 i a. m.; S SO a. m. North on Commercial 1J OO p. m. 1:00 tn. i (HI a m. 8:00 a. ro. 4:i0 a. m. t a. m. Beltaud Owl cars arc dun to paim Wm' Thirty. fourth St. IS minute aftor laavloi Seooud Ht, collapsed under the gazo of a court ; TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC m called upon to regard a business career as a sacred preparatory school room jammed with mn and woniou, i hklt line pr due u leave 8wN.ndt..o for public life. The great scandals of recent years have been in tbe following her arraignment at the Har- VTtt- " " .j , , t X ' II lilt" ,1UU Dll Cri. tUUl l !., . .... ., t. v.v. w . uubiius wunu u-uu nave cunceiueu otiotiicss uiuu nuu urougiu ineir pe euliar views to bear upon polities. caught her as she tottered ami shu Look over the list of men who have governed nations with singular , WftS carried to tho station annex. BUCCC8S and vou will find it remarkably lacking in "business men." Lin-1, Char '"Ti'fmTrfh" . , ihuHlniiid, did net lend the woman tli" coin was Jiot a business man, and he probably had that fact, along with ' support of hiw uresence through tho a good many others, flung into his face between the morning of his first "(tri lag urteal. 'Had it not beeu ror inauguration and the day of his death. Grant had a sort of "business d kin,lly m,,r,,uiy f,f '"'f ',,,vot;''1 r J lt.,il,A,. rt,,.l ,ll,r Mr n,l 1l' H training" in a humble way, but it did not make him the man he was. 'j,, 'rain of Onhkosli. WM., it i douht You would have to stretch the imagination a long way to consider Wash- ful whother tho pi Moner would have ington as a business man man of business. Our pre not been soldiers, and sometimes they have Itoen both Bismarck "had no business training," and Disraeli could hardly be regarded as a man who had learned in counting houses and workshops how to guide the destinies of an empire. Napoleon had no "business training" whatever, but he is likely to be remeniliered as an administra tor quite n8 long as the "greatest business man" who ever lived, whoever he may be. It has long been the proud boast of the American business man that he has nothing to do with polities, that be will not stain his bands nor bis name by plunging into the soiled pool of politics. At the same time be has bought franchises and owned legislatures. Where he has not trafficked thus he has thanked (!od that be is not as the politicians are. In short, he has left politics to politicians who could tic bouglii Ix-causo he wished to buy them, or because be would not suffer his own majesty to be contaminated by striving against them in the political field. And when a man without "business training" wins distinction in polities the business man affects to regard him with suspicion, and can not, for tbe life of him, see that tlm rude, untutored being has a wider outlook upon life than any that is gained by even an exceptional training in the commercial world. Ituiummltty nf (Eltristtamty By DR. MAN LEY J. BREAKER. Secretary Baptist Horn and foreign Minions. Christianity is to le absolutely universal. Tbe leaven leavened tbe wbob; lump. The grace of (Iixl in Jesus Christ is to rVeh ct cry part of man as an individual Tho world contains few if anv. men who have lx-en 'toroiighly leaven ed with the gospel, but if tbe holy process has really lxrn begun, here is a promise! which cannot .be broken that some time in the history of the individual his entire nature will be filled with tbe gosjK-1. Tbe leaven will leaven the whole lump. Hut the prnisc applies not only to the individual, hut to tbe world. The whole world is to 1-e filled with the glory of God. There Khali come a day when earth will not contain a man, woman or child who is not a sincere lxliever in tbe Iird .Testis Christ and whn the principles of tbe gospel will everywhere prevail. There will come a Iav when every city will be a New Jerusalem; when every man will lie fonsciour-lj a ton of Iod and aitnally a brother of every other man. Paradise is to l restored on earth. We are not to pray in vain, but bis name is to be hallowed, bis kingdom come, his will lo done, on earth as it is in heaven. Tbe kingdom of heaven with a great many men is limited by the Christian ihtnotnination to which they belong, and they find it very hard to rejoice in the spread of that kingdom ticept as their communion prospers, but the king-lorn of heaven is no particular church. It ia deeper and wider and higher than any or all diurchea. I'" examination. .Itnlgo Sadler fixed the uiiiia'i's bonds at an. aggregate of $18.r.0f, and tho negro's at $ll,;tii't Neither jnado a statement in court and only KiifHeinnt evidence wan Intro dueo.l by the Ktiito to give the court a basis for the bonds. During iho hearing which occupied an hour and fifteen minutes, Mrs Itoeiadka sat. very pale faceI. Several times she glanced in the direction uf I lie nostro. two seats away, when her name wiix mentioned in the .same Livath as h's. . Jones, on the contrary, smiled and joked with ids attorney and did not once appear to notice the woman who savs that he tuuuht her to becomo a thief. Carrying Cologne. Charming little novelties are tho celluloid . rase:; for c:i -,, r swwt ni"i::.i ; t-iilt ! v. a tor.; ui a Journey. Th'o z'' "- In!:! - Ik pl.f.vi Iiinid" and the top of tho ceilirioid case fa.slened securely with little metal Btlids. Pe tdden the very useful purpore they porvo those celluloid cases make pret ty prr.sents, daintily decorated as they arc with festoons of wee Dresden icstM caught up by blue ribbon bow KaolK. . ' ' mpnd of th DuIIetla ar requt trority Is cit-d lh css of Long tciind W a t .r Rnntifr M,,m,an T T K Erooklj-n. V. S. CS3, 17 Suprcm. Court nl! OT telephon. Itema to Ula Reporter, US. atBaat G.-.iwth of Condtnsid Vilk. The production' of courtcn-ed milk In the United States Is of compara tively recent origin. Only g.ono.ooo pounds were hoU In 1S70. By 18S0 the sale had rea-htd 1 2,000 .000 pounds. In,U!t0 an much as 37,000. 000 pounds Wfie old. The amount sold In 13'N) rar-Vd lS7.uOO.noo tHiiimlR, and at the pre.-ent time, no doubt, tho production Is still larger. To Uuitl.ly M:nd Tin. Taste a piece if stiff brown pappr across the bole, by means of colrj wa ter pa-,te. Pour boiling water into tbe pan aud allow to s'and awhile. The pan ran be -washed In hot or cold water. Healthful Caning. One at thr, adiniialty rjnrtors said to me: Tell your brad master if he wants to ke p his Imj s In good health he should rane them regularly oare a week!" Naval Apoirant, in the Car-terion. Comfort. , Little Mary's mamma gave t'nele Hen, the coachman, direction to drow a lot of kittens, but not to let Mary know of It. She heard of the order In wme way and said to Den with tears In her eyes: "Uncle Hen. r-leaae warm the water. It will be more comfortable." JOHN. S.. JENKINS: Architect 1006 Commercial Ave. Cairo, Illinois. DR. MORRISON DENTIST Offlc 707 Commercial Avanua. Cannon fhona 71. , , . e, mm For DrfnktnnfrU, Opl is iJ& ;y cth; OrugUfcln;' . istiooaccu Hdi n-!7ri THE KLFi UJ I'fiSTli;!!., Tt.i Crjcl Man. Sweet Yonn-; Thing No, Mr. Sprat, I can not ac:"pt your Invitation. I have learned" what kind of a man you are. Mr. J, m :: tol l itm ,e paw yon a few tiKni ;i::- ;- ;e "1 ii!i:i!: a borne' neck." Oh b: w co-iii yen be so cruel to a poor, dumb b"at? Drute! Judge. Hit Pet Record. The Recording Angel (after refer ring to data) Yon outht to be proud of your record. The Mult! -millionaire (absent mindedly cackiirji Carhtn't I :houeh7 I tell toj i:'"l l-e a i0 z time before anotber leilow i( my standing do,Iges SM. i.-x-iia !; more than 2'J days! lirooklj n Life. Be Cheerfjl. Practice smiling at )xarr,elf ia ttie mirror and then go abroad and try it on foliis. The world loves a cheerful wil. Britons Eating More Weat. Pritons are er.titiK twiee as much meat per capi'a as thoy did 2 years o. ore Britain imported last year over $l.000,000.00 wenji nf food.