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' i THE OAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1907.
Cairo Opera House. D. L. WILLIAMSON, Manager. 26 N MA1INEB AND NfOIlT 3 lTUUDAY, OCTOBER THE H I D D E HAND Dramat zod by Ei'GENE Moorb The tlay has a Real Throb bs- cause It deals with real life. Don't let anyone 't II you that this play ! not,flrat class. THEY DON'T KNOW Willi THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT Maude Potter, as Capitols' Job. W. Kane, a 8 Wool Pri;f Mat nee- 10c and 25c; NigVt, 25c, 60c and1 75c. Seats on sale Friday, October 25. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Delta Sigma Club. i The Misses Emma and Miriam Carey of Twenty-seventh street charm . lngly entertained the Delta Sigmau yesterday nfternoon with a thimble part and luncheon. ! Miss Ethel Charles ., of Eleventh street will be the club's next hostess. 28 Great ONR NIOHT ONLY MONDAY OCT. Foberi Sherm n's "My Friend From Arkansaw" with Special Scene y ard Effects. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c. Seats on sale Saturday Oct., 28 h. ONE NIGHT ONLY 0 TtjUR-DAY, OCTOBER Ol Lincoln J. Carter's sectaeultr Comedy Dra-na THE HEART OF CHICAGO BEE -The locomotive .ning - onto the sties. The won derful mchanicl fTe"ta. The astoninhin : fire scene. Tne famous approach tig . train. PRk E3-25 60s, 73 . Se us on sale Wednesds , 0 t. 30 OtfE Nfoa1' ONLY O FRIDAY NOVr ImoorUnt Knja -erne t America' O.-eattat Ui.nnter Actjr Mr. Wilton Lackave Appearing in "THE BONDM VN" By Hal C tine aitior of "The Cbr. tl n" tri"s Lsei.3 w loer fl or fi; b.l $2; fir 2rowDr a.c t lel; bl75; trall-.r, 60c. beats ou s tit Tau dy, Oct. 31. Greer-Turpin Wedding. Mrs. Blanche Sullivan of Twentieth street has received the announcement, of the marriage of her niece Miss Blanche M. Greer of Nashville. Tenn. Miss Greer Is an attractive young lady and will be remembered with pleasure by Cairo society having; made extend ed vis.'ts here with her relatives. The fonsholiocen. Pa.; Recorder says regarding . the wedding: - "Miss Blanche M. Greer, of Nash lile, Tenn., who has been living with her uncle. Henry Wells, cashier of the People's National Bank, of this bor ough, for some time past, mid Mr. R. Luther Turpin, formerly of Nashville, but now of Washington, D. C, were married at the parsonage of the First Presbyterian church, of Norristown, by the pastor, Rfcv. Thomas R 1m r, D. Dv on V eduesihty, afternoon. "mmediately after ith 'ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Turpin left :jof their future hrnie. lu Washington,' where thi gracm "holds a goveruajent position." street niiil Washington avenue. CITY HEM BRIEFIc" Mrs. W. II. Wlllotighhy, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ber nard Simpson, of Fourth street, re turned to her home in Anna yesterday. Mayor George Parsons has recover ed from his Indisposition and has left for Kennebunkport. Maine, where he will spend two weeks at his old home fcr rest. . Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cornell, former residents of this city have .returned from Memphis and will take up their abode.' In Cairo again. They will go : to,- housekeeping on Sixteenth street. Walter Connors, of New Albany. Ind., is In the city, Mr. Connors Is a son of Mr. West Connors who tdlot-'d the City of Natchez in the memorable r&ce between the Natches and the Robert E. Lee In 1870. Capt. John English of Fifth street is seriously 111 at his home with para- Be.yjly.v8is. He suffered a sinking spoil last evening which greatly alarmed his family ' but rallied from the spell and was somewhat better .late lust night. Real Estate Transfer. Olto.B. Archibald et ux to J. A. Stout et ux w (I. cltv of Cairo, second Fcuehter & I.ansden addition, lot Pi. block 11,700, Former Cairoite Dies. Mrs. Lueretlu VVnlliridge Robert son, formerly of Cairo, died In Chica go last Saturday very suddenly from the bursting of a blood vessel. , Th" funeral was held Monday. She left a husband and throw children, two duaghters and a son. War- Marriage Licenses. David Carey and ;,;rs. Ma:y fold, both of Wyntt. Mo. Samuel F. Freeman of Evnnsvllle, Ind.. and Essie M. Smith of Birds Point, Mo. Ellas Norrell and Charlotte New-! house, both of Cairo. Jacob Hillard and Mrs. Blanche Harris, both of Cairo.' Countless Coughs have hern pirinanvntly cured Willi i'li-o'i Cunt. It in com posed of tin most elli-ttivti tcim-dun knuwn in iw-diciiiu fur b tri'Htii" nt ol couulis, colds, bruin Inns and alii iienl aii4-t imiM. h.if Ix-cuiiii world f.immis Ihrouuli lu arlv lull a ciilury u( marveluu nucceffi. At Oruk'Klft. 23 Cents ir m W. C. . . HOLDS HUTHEBS" MELTING L. O. JJtiKUKRT JOH. VoI.bMEK A. J. VOLLMBR THE ZOffi CEWTURV Steam Cleaning:, Pressing and Dyeing Co. IT. 0 JSIIO AT RESIDENCE OF MRS. E. J. WIL SON EVANGELISTIC DEPART MENT WILL CONDUCT NEXT MEETING. IS Miss Mollie Richardson of Pu Quoin is in the city visiting friends. Mrs. O. C. Macy, of Sixth street. visiting relatives in Boston, Mass. Mrs. J. W. Jones is ill at her homo ! at Fourth street and Washington avenue. Harry Helton and Frank - Oomieil, two .well known compositors' employ ed on Cairo newspapers for a number of years have left Chicago where they is spent the past few months anil have gone to New York where they con- i leuiymie iocuuug. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Hedge, are at home at st reet. Dilts, nee 221 Sixth Mrs. '.Yilliam White, of Memphis, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John English of Fifth street. Henry Jones and family have re turned to Cairo from St. Louis and contemplate taking up their residence here again. i Mrs. T. A. Harrelson, of Shreveport. Iji.. has arrived here to reside with her son, Earl Wright, at Thirty-eighth Miss Mora Preuitt Sutphen of Hel ena, Mont., arrived here yesterday from St. Louis where she has been visiting relatives and Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Ayer of Eighth street. Mrs. Sutphen is en route to Texas, where she will visit relatives. HON. MILES FRED'K. GILBERT RE ELECTED TO IMPORTANT OFFICE AT GENERAL EPISCOPAL CONVENTION. Conductor Rebel Imboden cf the Mobile Ohio railroad, has resigned his position to take effect next month and will remove to a farm near New Madrid. Mo., where he expects to con duct a stock raising business. M'. Imboden has been with the Mobile & Ohio railroad for many years and his decision to leave the road Is gener ally regretted by the officials an 1 employes. OM PATHE 213 EIGHTH ST. Moving Picture Show Picture The Cowboy Baby Cries. Song Cheer Up Mary. Firt Show 7:15 Camp; p. m, NICKLEODEON Program Chanties DAILY. Late Sub)- ct. and New Song 1311 Waabiog'on Ave Mr. F. E. H. Goodenow. piano mail er and tuner of St. Louis, Mo., w'll b at the Hotel Illinois for a week or longer. OrJers may be left or pheneJ Salve Always Reliable Sylph Flour H. L Halliday Milling Co. Use Sweat No Mon'ne Foot Wash Salts for all foet ffl t'ona For Bale by O. C. ROEDLER,427-20tb 8t . Price 25c. Order by mail or rail. WAITED At once 3 SO Tie Makers. 3 O.iPiabody Lumber Co. 613 Ohio St CAIRO no. j ILL. J STEEL PLANT CLOSED. Colnnibus. O.. Oet. 23. The CoHm u plant tf the ln:tNl States Ste ! (("!"'!"'. !!! Vjlng f ( men. whl ! rlRKl down indefinitely tomorrow. The reason is net known here. ILL DIE f HIS llfJUIS :harles pancer, night eng; neer at bucher's plant, fell from ladder 30 ' feet high. FIVE MILLIOI Hon. Miles Fred'k. Gilbert (f Cairo, chancellor of the Springfield diocese returned last evening from Richmond, Va., and Washington, D. C, alter an absence of over two weeks. While at Richnu nd he attended the gen- ral Episcopal convention. The Richmond Times Dispatch says "Hon. Miles Fred'k Gilbert cf Cairo 111., was re-elected judge of the court of review of the Fifth department con sisting of the dioceses of Ohio. In diana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin iowa. Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory." At Washington Mr. Gilbert trans acted business in the supremo court of the United States Monday and Tiusday of this week. The W. C. T. U. held a meeting Thursday afternoon with. Mrs. E. J. Wilson of 523 Thirty fourth street. Mrs. J. W, D. Hatcher as superintend ent ol t lie "mot tiers meetings, pre sided and after devotional exercises ot tmus'ial interest and benefit the j regular business of the organization was transacted. ' Vocal solos were st:ng by Mrs. Erie M. Star.iuger and Miss Helen j Dougherty. j I ilie subject for discussion was ("The Home and Us Environments." i The meetings of the union are gaPi jing in favor and much interest is Sicken by the members. I The evangelistic department wH I hold a met ins; next Thursday at the t evidence of Mrs. .1. W. I). Hatcher on Lower Walnut street. Mrs.. William Davidson is superintendent of this department. B0IH PHONES 103. Steam Cleaning, Pressing and -Dyeing, Also Rapairlng and Altering of Gentlemen's and Ladies Clothes. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Work Done on Short Notice. Call and see the new machine. 208 EIGHTH STREET. r 1 : , ' i f-J Hoffman Sanitary Steam Pressing Machine, Peoples Furniture Co. WILL FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR 10 GARRET CA8H OR EASY PAYMENT8 1103 5-7-1 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO. It UNCI. IN Falling frcm a ladder thirty fe t from the ground at the E. Ruche. Packing company's plant ycsterd'.y iteming. Charles Pancer. night eng' leer, sustained injuries that it 's hr.ught wl'l prove fatal. Pancer had mounted the ladder to open a valve on the outtld-.i of t.ie water tank ari l lost his hala ic . Henry Dun'..er !io resides nearby heard tho Injured man's groans ai 1 went to his assistance. The unfor tunate man was removed to tt. Mary's Infirmary. It Is believed that the patient's back Is broken and In ternal injuries make his ease prartie. ally hopeless. Late last night he was reported to be In a critical con- lition. The patient is 48 years old and re sides with his wife and two children n Thirty-fifth street. ADDITION TO STANDING SUM ASKED BY SECRETARY OF NAVY TO PAY OFF ENLISTED MEN. Washington, Oct. 28. Naval mat t:r.s occupied the attention of th caUiu t during a considerable part of today's meeting. Secretary Metctilf hes just completed a compilation cf (st'mati.s f;.r maintenance cf navil cstab!lshmnt and ai these show givat increase as compered with the c .' rent fiscal year, thereby prcml.-i u t' ca.-se much debat in congress th-. ro'sid "tit 'and secretary are givl is their nitet earnest attention t-i them The secretary advanced a proposlt'ou to i ier ?ase by J3.' id." o the stand'n apjjt-cprlatlon f.r the pajm -nt of et listad me n In the navy. According his estimate this Increase would ad mit of recruitment of about 3,0'n) blue jackets hi addition to the present force. The Proposition was receive! with favor and will be included in th estimate to be submitted to emigres Pianos best makes easy pay ments cr cheap for cash, all guaran teed by makers. J. W. Whitlock White Sewing Machine office, 1102 Washington avenue. - REVIVAL StBVJCES TO CLOSE SUHDAt EVANGELIST O. A. BOWERS WILL TERMINATE HIS WORK HERE AT SOUTHERN' METHODIST CHURCH The revival meetlii'is at th.' South 'rn Methodist church at Thirty sev nth and Elm s'reets. will ro:itinn )ver Sunday. The Ettbjic's an i-t, nerd by Ifv,-. O. A. R' w ;rs ar a fcllrws: Saturday nia'it. 'Tit Pr di ;i! Sen;" Sunday at 11 a. m., Tin iioitality;" P'-.nita.v at 7:"o p. m.. "(b iectifi::s to Cliri-t;anity Answert i. The congregations have lieen g cd ),de-r perfect and interest incrasitr ti ring the past week. Several nanief have been received for membership. Everybody is invited. Peacock Coal Co., Desoto, 111., will now ship car loads of coal, lump or nut to all points south of Desoto. This celebrated coal has no equal any where in Illinois a trial will con vince you. If your dealer can not sup ply you order direct from us. Rates on application. IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME. Effective Sunday, Ocobcr 27, the Big Four train No. 2 will leave Cairo at 3:45 p. m. instead of 4 o'clock. W.3 l t W2 n Jmmf mgmfpk. "wmmf there for him or Ijinsdf-n. with Miss Emma IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME. Effective Sunday, October 27. the Big Four tram No. 2 will leave Cairo at 345 p. m. instead of 4 o'clock. BOY AERONAUT GETS PRIZE AT ST. LOUIS St. I-oui. Oct. 23. Cromwell Dixon. the li; year-old Columbus fO.i aero naut, has been presented with a pure e,f $:J7T5 by the Conte-H Com mitter cf the Aero Club of St. Ixuis because of his exhibition flight Tues lay In his ' Skycye-le." Dixon as tint a compe titer against the moto.-- Gterated '.irigible balloons, but wa- awarded the mouey as a mark cf appreciation. Irtxon, aeceimpariie d V.y his mr-ther. will rturn to Columbus Sunday. I. a ter he cxpcts to go to Atlanta. Rir ciingham and other Southern r-itie to make exhibition fliehts during th" wlntc. Out of Sight. "Out of sight, ot' of mind," Is ar do saying which applies with specla" force to a sore, burn cr wound that's been treated with Hucklin's Arnlcr Its out of sight, ot t of mini! and out of existence. Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healliif. Influence. Guaranteed by all drug gists 23c. CEOLOCICAL SURVEY SAYS POMERN WON Washington. D. C, Oct. 23. Chief Draughtsman Welch of the signV rr,rps cf the I. S. army, who wa d.-signated to make the official meas crements of th distance covered in the bslleion race at St Ixmis. has d cfd'.l to arceit the fpirea made by the United States gtologlcs! urror and these will b made offirial record by the Aero Club of America In gov erninc the award e,f prizes. These fiKures made the Pemimern winner by six milt. CROPS DAMAGED IN SCOTLAND Glance. w. Oct. 23. Ra'ns have da n fcged the rn.ps throuehoiit Sotla-n' to the et-nt of 13.W0.fMi."i. Anerha will Jk called u r:i to Make vp the letup n y. FOR HALF A CENTURY WOOD'S FEVER PILLS MAY BKEH RCCOCMIZKOmt UKCUB lor mil BILIOUBm imALAtflAL. DIEA9 A a rmmaf Km film tor. Blood Purl nor, ad la m tc a Torpid Llvor. thr h. qeW 50 A BOX DR. WIu. WOOD & SOfiS. Cairo. IV COAL D03K TO COST A MILLION DOLLAR! Puli.t'1. Minn., Oct 23. On account if the Increased demand for e-cul i i Jie northwest the Pittsbttr? Cea! Company has decided to build her at once the largest coal dock ia the world. The construct I'm r.f the diet Is tf greatest I'll pe t tin cr- to the d-v.-'lopnient of the northwest, as It v.i I iive that terrltjiy coal 'all the year iromid. The dock will cost $l.eeo,0o0. At present the coal for the noith west is unloaded at A est Superior. Heveral miles from this city. The tif-u dock will be located to the dock o! the United States Steel Corporation, the latter dock being the largest of any kind in the world. The steel for the new deck will he brought from Pittsburg. The plans have already jeen drjwa and the dork will be bur ied to eompleti n -without any un-ipc-nsai v d. lay. i ... 'rf- ft ..tfftWMtmt.-mn.'r S: t. 1 1 if v :Jry ss n. miia--. -v; ; fr. 4 , ..A -I ll'' : (Jl'" ' W""""T'i 4 S ' I -., I i ii.ii n mm,'r ii i ii - ii J , . This is ancAge of Specialists In every phase of professional and com- , merectdl life expert serUce is required. The .: FIRST BANK r- AND TRUST COMPANY is a specialist in all the essentials of a Modern Hank and Trust Company, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1 Three Hundred Thousand Dollars . t Wir Collect Rents znd Handle Real Estate h 'Icings of Individuals. Our fees, and commissions are no more than those paid to cihr persons for like services. Yd trained officers and employes xua'ch every item of expense. YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL ON US 609-6 U OHIO STREET, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. 1315 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Seasonable t. Mllw iQ.- J TRY IT FOR YOUR PER SONAL COMFORT no other heating appliance can equrd the adaptability cf a gat radiator, ?s it can be used in any room where heat is required. For tak ng the chdl off your bed room, dressing room or bath room it ia an absolute necessity, and for heating large rooms it can Le dene quicker and without the dirt and ashes that any other heating appara tus brings. . 1ALLIDAY - RITTENHOUSE COMPANY. 616 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Illinois. Hickory Stove Wood Va run two wagons, make prompt deliveries. Clark-Danforth Handle Comoanv West tlst It, M.t O. H It, .- i" th only place In town whers you can get all Hickory Wood. Two horse Wagon load 1JKL ELL PHONE m I Rings Round Th lHj pecubar to vcmen, Uke different forms. Some ladies suffer, every month, from dark rings round their eyes, blotches oa their akin and Urod feeling. Others suffer agonies cf pain, that vord3 can hardly express. Whatever the symptoms, remember Lhere is one medicine that viH go twyond mero symptoms, and act on the cauca cf their troubles, the veaksced vcmar.!y organi Wine of Wrs. M. C. Austin, cf Memphis, Ter.n., vti'.os: "Fcr five (5) yes? I niffered vith every symptom cf fema!diseais, but after using the vell-kncvn Cardui Home Treatment, I vas entirely vt!L" WRITE US A LETTER II t