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57 THE CAKIO Btnifil&sATtJRt)At MORNING, NOVEMBER 1067.
9S! loooooooooodooboooddopo wvijvr ads IN tBM CAIRO BULLETIN AW5 BEA1 EVEUY UQSftt ING IN 2 000 FAMILIES. a a o a a o D o d o a O RATESt One Insertion pe? wow , , n i " ':. Xh?ee Insertiaus. per word . rir Oae Week per weird . w y&s One Month, per word The Want Columns, ot tne. Bulletin are consulted by hundreds of people every nvoruliig lu search of real estate bargains, articles for sale, lost or found, sit nations wanted and vacant. ,01 .03 .03 .13 No advertisement Inserted (or less than 23c. I f- ;, !' 'V . f ' o o o o o b D o o b o o o o o o o o o O O OQOOOQQ DO 0 QQOO Q 0 QQOO niEPECrLE'S COLUMN . fitt fcCISSSlfltd , NtCM. . Ons Jnasrttian, "per word ,.v.,; ,01 Thrta) Inaertljona, par word .... .024 bnowot por word ....'...v-.03. Ona month, psr word ......... .1 - Not sdvsrtlstmtnt toierttd for low than twenty-flvf, . -. . FQR, RENT. , FOR RENT .Furnlehed room, bath, team heat, SIS Fourteenth atreet. FOR REffT New Soilth Premier typewriter. Apply D. F. McCarthy. . THREE ROOMS tor light house keeping, 1505 Poplar street. FOR RENT Furnished room; bat'-i, with or without board. 319 Seventh Street. ""FOR RENT Furnished room, 815 Walnut street. ' ROOMS Light housekeeping, 1109 Washington Avenue. Inquire Eighteenth and Poplar Sts. MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED- Young men toi tra service. . No experience required.. Van Noya News Co. , WANTED-rTwenty white men to to, Maiden, Mo. Apply Roberta Cot ton Oil Cp.,, for particulars. MISCELLANEOUS. FIRST. CLASS dressmaking. it 530 Tenth street. Call d Stocks a Bonds Cereatst STOCKS IMIIIIL With a Firm Undertone Tentative Marginal Operations Received No Encouragement. , FOR RENT Nice six room cottase with bath. . Apply 1507 Commercial avenue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for two or more gentlemen. 310 Fourth street. YOUNG MEN WANTED FOR THE NAVY. , ' A navy, recruiting party will visit this city October 29th to November 13th, l07,' when- examinations will be made for all ratings. Good pay at the start, and an oportunlty for ad vancemanL,. Age limit for men with a trade 21 to 35. Boys 17 to 25. Food lodging,, medical attendance and $00.00 outfit of clothing free. Apply second floor, Postoffice Building, Cairo, Illinois. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suit able for light housekeeping. Apply 217 Seventh street. ' . , ( FOR RENT Good house, 7 rooms, 2 lots, ami bath, 828 Twenty fourth Btieet. inquiro at 210G Poplar street. WE HANG WALL PAPER. . When In need of signs, no cause for complaint, why, see Marable and his Sun-PrOof Paint He will protect you from the weather until the days you grow old, so let Urn do your glaz ing betcre It gets cold, Marable, the painter, 106 Eighth street. FOR 8ALE. . FOR SALE-Good river farm, 125 acres: onosita Mound City. Store and postoffice on It. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In order to obtain the very best results In my dressmaking' and ladles tailored suits I have taken the agency for the H. W. Gossard perfect fitting corset, ordered to measure. Call and see samples. Mrs. E. Nottago, 1700 Washington avenue. Cairo Phone 481. LOST. LOST Scotch Collie dog. Answers Will sell all or In to name of Buster. $5.00 reward If lrti Of 25 acres on easy terms. Ad returned to D. F. McCarthy. ii ess K, E. Grace, Barlow. Ky. LOST Chamois skin bag contain FOR SALE Seven-room collating diamond stud. Reward of $20 nd two Ut i 3208 Sycamoro Htreef. and no questions asked If returned to Price $3,200. C. R. Stuart & Sons, the Denlson-Gholson Dry. Goods com- . pany. Commercial avenue and Fifth FOR SALE Good paying business, street. IT LOW RATES SOUTHWEST Here Is your chance to see the Southwest at slight expense. Now Is the right time to visit this section. You have heard mu(h about the Southwest go see It for yourself. Investi gate Its wonderful opprtunltlos It will pay you. Delay may mean dlsapio!ntmenL No section of the United States has over offered greater possibilities. NEXT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Round trip tickets will be sold by the Cotton Belt Route from StLouls, Cairo and Thebes to Southeast Missouri, most points In Arkansas. Texas, Louisiana and the entire Southwest at veny low rates. To moat points In Texas for $20.00. To points In Arkansas and many points In Texas for even less.v v . RETURN LIMIT 30 DAYS Stopovers allowed both going and returning. For full Infor mation and beautifully Illustrated Southwest literature write J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent, Central Union Station, Cairo, 111. Tickets at Central Union Station, Cairo, or. from your home ticket grtiL who will tel you through ticket via the Cotton Celt at rate proportionately as low as from Cairo A MODERN SHYLQCK RETURNS TO DEMAND PAYMENT OF NOTE OR CLAIM THREE FINGERS OFF ARCH DEACON'S HAND -STRANGE-CONTRACT. New York, Nov. 1. That mediaeval customs still prevail In New York and that the form of security with which Shakespeare has made as fam iliar In -The Merchant of Venice" Is not unknown, was evidenced In an fstonlshrng case brought to light In the tollee courts In which the penalty tf the voluntary cutting off of three nnrers fdavej the chief p.rt. Th rase hinged cm an agreement enter J Inti by a bishop and three arch dejeons of the Armenian church In volvlng certain valuables left In the keeping of the latter tjy the blshon, with the understanding that If he dl I not return to claim them within one year he should forfeit three fingers front his right hand, while In the can of hit) returning the Valuables wer not forthcoming each of the archdea cons to whom they were entrusted should be mutilated In a like manner. The bishop returned according to agreement but failed to get his prop erty. Singularly enough the three archdeacons showed a surprising un willingness to be separated from their fingers, and the modern Shylock was forceM to appeal to the courts for either his goods or his penalty. The appearance of a pUlntliT la court In the twentieth century asking that three men be forced to allow him to cut off three of their fingers caused as much wonderment as wis occa sloned on his part when the ich ssry order was sttrnly refused. By Associated Press, New York, Nov. 1. The Btock mar ket was tranquil today, with, a firm undertone, and sank into a condition of semi-stagnation after various ir regular but narrow fluctuations, being still under the . restrictions of ' the banking situation. The gradual clear- Ins of this situation reflects a feeling of growing confidence in the stock market, but the facilities for its ex pression are still hampered.' Tentative operations on margin, which have cropped up with the easing of call loan rates, receive no encouragement from the bankers. Houses with In terior connections assert that there Is potential demand for stocks 'from points outside of New York, but the execution of orders from these sources must await the receipts of. ac tual cash shipments, owing to diffl- ulties in the way of exchange opera tions. The usual compilation, of the bank estimates of week's currency movement was read with somewhat languid interest owing to the doubt of the accuracy of the analysis of the crisis current in the week's move ment Tho banks show a movement of currency on the balance away from New York on an express movement of upwards of $13,000,000, but the operations of the , subtreasury have yielded, to the banks a gain of $16, 103,000. Last week's bank statement did not reflect fully, the-government deposits made with the banks, even for last week, and these have been Increased 1 this week. No estimates ore attempted of the loan changes. Additional engagements of gold for Import were made today, but their In fluence was modified , by the violent upturn, in foreign exchange rates which, occurred.. How far- this was the-result , of the demand, for renit ance : against the gold engaged was not clear, The scarcity of currency; sharpens the demand for exchange. Easing of the local call money mar ket was given , part of the responsi bility for the1 movement. The ob servance pf a holiday abroad left the market without one ot its usual sources of business and influence. Conditions became torpid and the market seemed to be settling into an attitude of cautious waiting to study k velopmonts In tho general Situation. The easy closing was attributed to seme late selling of collateral In loans .".- celpts 2,000. Steady. Beeves $3,500 0.75; suckers, feeders $2.75ff?4.23. Cows, heifers, $2.C05.4). Calves $3.007.00; Texas steers $2.605. HOGS 500; steady ranged $5.25f 0.35. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis, Nov. 1. WHEAT De cember $1.04. ;May $1.09. Cash No. 1 hard, $l.05; No, 1 North ern, $1.04; No. 2 Northern $1 1. ' . I t f -,. a it .. CQMESTIC AOVfCES W.re Largely bullish In, Wheat Corn Wat Not Weak and Oatt, Fln Ished. Strong. BANK CLEARINGS. New York, . Nov. l.WThe total of bank clearings compiled, . by, J3rad- streets for the principal cities in thenars United States for the $3,021,745,000. against in the corresponding week of lat year. (Burtlett, Frazler & Carlngton.) Chicago. Nov. 1. WHEAT. Un Rn)led. tinanislal conditions cajusod a Uraggy market the. greater part of the session but toward; the close .Prices rallied , tho May proving rela tively the. stronger. , A more cheerful uallng Is svhlant. Domestic advices were largely bullish, but the foreign news was mixed, Early Liverpool cables were weak oil realizing but the close showed a loss of but to KeportB rrom tne Argentine ware mare favorable hut from Australia ami South Russia the' reverse was true. Argentine slripments were GIG, 000 and clearances fronj this country were 800.000. Local receipts were 02 witu 58 .expected tomorrow. I C t i , f ."J 4 l ' GOT HIS HAW. BACif F Hll eCillGE Advanced 6trpngr-Esed Near Close Importation of Gold- Continues Will Reach $50,000,000. NEW YORK MONEY. Money oh call strong, demand 625 per cent;, ruling rate 10;- pffered at 4 V&- Time loans, all rates nominal, no loans. Prime mercantile paper, nominally at 7 to ; 10 per cent. Sterllug exchange buoyant! with tho actual business of bankers bills at 486.50, demand 479!?480V4, sixty days. Bar silver 594. NEW YORK GRAIN. By Associated Press. New York, Nov. 1. WHEAT. Re ceipts 114,000;.? exports 110,000. Spot, easy. No. 2 rd $105 elevator, and 107 f.o.b. afloat. Options; closed Vil net lower. December $1.08. CORN Receipts 22.000; exiwrts 5,000. Spot, steady; No. 2 70 ele vator, and 71 f.o.b. afloat; No. 2 white 72; No. 2 yellow 71 f.o.b. afloat. All nominal. Options net, un changed. December 71. OATS Receipts 187.000; exports 10,000. Spot, steady; mixed 52. White 54C; clipped white 5GC4. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS Chicago, Nov. 1. The following car load lots represent the receipts and shipments from this market today; Receipts Shipments Flour 21 47 Wheat C2 16 Corn 204 157 Oats 310 '172 Dairy Products, Butter Weak: creamery 21 ft 25. C heese Weak ; ranged 116. Eggs Strong; western 22 20. Coffee. Coffee Options clos d net un changed to 5 points higher. Sales 1C, 750 bags. December 56.5 Sot quiet; No. 7 Rio C. Mild, dull; Cordova 9ei2. 8ugar. Sugar Raw, quiet; fair refining. 40. Centrifugal. 6; test 39 Mol- lases sugar, 305; refined steady. CHICAGO CATLE. Chicago. Nov. 1. CATTLE! There were not any , material changes i.i prices today. Arrivals were poor 'n quality for which there was small d mand. Packers were the best pur- c baser s of native stuff,, there being a fair Inquiry for butcher cattle. HOGS Strong. Eastern buyers and scalpers were the active bidders. Packers did not take bold readily, ap parently hoping for a decline, and prices advanced but little. SHEEP Dull, steady, but litle de mand from any source. ST. LOUIS CATTLE. EL Louis, Nov. L CATTLE Be- (Bartlett, Frazier & Carrington.) New York,., , Nov. d.--Londoti and continental' markets were firm today but he importation of gold still went on from New York and Chicago and there Is an estimated total from both points so far engaged of $26,550,000 and before the close of this move ment $50,000,000 la expected to ar rive. The banks in this country are taking out currency as fast as pos sible. , The $30,000,000 New York City six per cent warrants sold today-to the Morgan syndicate should be bene ficial to our; credit abroad for It will be the , resting place of the majority. Cash has been at a premium at , var ious points and industrial 'concerns that need aotual liquidniouey lu small denominations, have been reported; 49 willing to pay a premium. The trust companies-over the country are, still more or less ambiguous and It does not report the strongest feature of tho financial fabric by, we hestitate to say how much. But there la an offset to this condition in the . .betterment of the National banking situation aud with the gold arrivals next week, the various communities should, be. strong enough to let some people full who deserve to fail. It is the only 'way that we will ever. Improve, as a Whole. The stock market and the ' bond market; andany opinions thereon are more. Tor less foolish and, insane; . Thp trading is down to a cash . basis In respectable localities and any one with a fair amount of intelligence knows that there are many bargains for those that have the actual cash to take advantage. Foreign exchange advanced strongly today and then eased near the close of the ' marke. part way.. The directors of the Penrt sylvanla Railroad company made a very early announcement of the dlv' dend which Is the largest in the com pany's history. The November dlvl (lends on all corporations have esti mated at 08,000,000 and the market has some hopes that there payment by check will ease'tfee situation next week. The currency moves show a net loss to the banks, of about tr!. 000 this week and l;e would in lee ie a tash man who would atu-iBpii :o forteast the exhibit of to'.a s n hs.-MTiW. , , , , . j The copper metal market, at Lon don shows remarkable, strength, hot most people seem to think It. la ficti tious considering the present flann els! conditions. It has been S'JK tested relative to the steel and iron Industry as reported by United States Steel .hat the transportation of that company earns enough to . pay all fixed charges, and that the company hus a commercial proposition only be gins with the earnings of Its preferred dividend. Exports of commodities arc the only salvation of this mar ket and they must be facilitated that Is what every banker is trying to do results seem to be better. past week is I Northwestern ears 521 against 502 a $2.9a5,233,000. ."?ar ago. Total primary receipts 7rilHm r.r n,Kt Oim uhni-t nf Ins u.jdurtii CORN Although lower until the last . half hour , this was not a weak market, by any means. With the trade light and wheat weak the pit crowd vas able to depress. values for a time but when the turncame the advance was rapid. The news was mostly one way; namely bullish. Stocks are light, .receipts small' and movement will continue light. . Husking returns from many of the very best sections are disappointing. A largo percent age of soft corn is complained of which would delay shipments of the ntw, crop and the weather now pre vailing Is not satisfactory to Improv ing the conditions. The cash market was a little lower here and strong at outside points. Liverpool closed w bhade lower. Local receipts were 173 cars with 135 expected tomorrow. To-' tal: primary, receipts 311,000 against 440,000 a year ago. Clearances 116,- 000. The Argentine shipped 780,00') about one-third of last year's total. ' OATS The oats narltet was, not; ai very broad one, but finished strong,: the December leading. Receipts are! light with 155 cars today and but 93 expected tomorrow, Tho cash mar ket was steady for the goo( oats and! o lower for the poorer quality, Min-; peapolis reported barley up five cents; Primary receipts were 693 cars with 562 expected tomorrow. PROVISIONS Aside from moder-: ate buying of January ribs by packing: Interests and shorts the demand for provisions was slow. The market was turned weaK ny tne seinng or May pork and lard, by packers and liquidation o a scattered character. Tho hog market was stronger early Imt closed weak '-' ia.000 hogs ex pected tomorrow Was Perfectly Bald Wfeca He Start a Frederick Manuell, Maryland block; Butt, Mbntana bought ItAiU ot New bro' Betptclde. AtMrll tol Logan W use it tor entire baldness. Tho hair fol llelea In Ms scalp were not dead and In 20 days he had hair aU over lils head. 'On July the writes, "and tauy my half la a thick' nd luxuriant mi. any on could Wish.'!. Nawbi'o'B ILorpkldo wo kl on an old principle and wt.h a how d a covery deetroy tho- etuie and you re move the erti-ct. HerpleUie d.-atroys tlm 'erni that causes dandruff. fiill.i lullr. and finally baldness, to that- wltj!)1 the rause gone the nVct cuunol r-inaln. Stops fulling hair at once and it new growth utarts. Sold by l-irtlnr r.ursMfc Solid 10c, Ik itampn tot wuii to The Ilerplotde Co.. D.tr. It. Mlilv Two ihwa 6e enta and. It.wi. Paul O. 8buh Bona, Si'ln . ,; ';'',','- j ''- '--'" ""M ..'.,"."'; V . 1 3.801 ,8:.0 4,91C,1.M Bank clearings for 1006.. 225,000 000 Clearings for - first nine mpntha. in 190J ... ... , 219.490,803 (increase of 43 per cent. . over same period In 1900.) ; Bu,ilding permits for 1900, v yl,8.1:3, value , . Permits 'first nine months yalue . inis extraordinary wealth pro duction has briught about a rcmnik able condltioa financially," said D. F. Goodall, president of the chamber, of commerce. "We havi throughout the Spokane country a. flood of ready noney Lenders outnumber borrow ers, and bankers, farmers, fruitgrow ers and property owners are keenly concerned over the question ; where they cun place their surplus money." OUR RFFB uiMtaiiMtu Ma UUn 9CCM ltd ol life, ft t. atlr klMiaa bMSON l I ABSOLITf XLV VKV.k to tkiMiU hi prri la t' brawlng 01 tale r kir prtii nlM n lr)nf ya tit thai canaoi b lld tei IU atU tMM CBovokfh parity, CAfftOfiEWlNOiio.Ci Reasonable Rales For Rheonatfo. Western Specialist Explain a Few Simple Rules for the -Avoidance and Cure of Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder Troubles. BROTUCRS THE Bid STORE VO- WAiMINTO AVENUI ' Dlr In Evartnirif ,3 I f4 m Eat, Um ana Wea t.taMwlv aru ' fr BLANKC'ft CUft-t4 Cfta. NEW YORK STOCKS pi Hlfk Low Olcalof A. II 2GK 2CV4 254 25 A. R. C8,4 C8 C7 C7V4 Atchison .... 744 75 74 74 B. and O. ... 61 81 80- 80 B. R. T 31 31 30 r,0V4 Can. Pac. ...150 15-1 O. and O. ... 27 17 Erie 18 18 17 17 III. Cent 121 121 L. and N ior. ior, ioc inc M. K. T 24 .... .... 24 Mo. Pac 52 53 52 53 Penn 108 108 107 108 N. Y. C 94 90 94 95 Reading 74 75 74 74 St. Paul 100 Sou. Pac 60 66 66 66 Sou. Hy 12 13 12 13 Tn. Pac 109 110 108 108 Amal. Cop. ..51 51 49 49 Sugar Ml 101 100 100 T. S. Steel .. 23 24 23 23 U. 8. Pfd. ... 82 8314 82 83 MANY APPLY FOR WORK. New York. Nov. 1. General Super intendent nt'liveder Brooks of the Western Union said today that t striking telegraphers returned tn work yesterday, and added that th strikers are applying for work at the rata of about 100 a day. CHIQ4GO . GRAIN. ' '. Opa Blta Lorn Clodng Dec. ........ 90 9C 94 95 May, .........104 104 103 104 July ..... CORN Dec. ..... July May ..... OAT8 iDec July May 97 ,;!)8 97 98 Jan Moy LARD May Jan; R IBS-May Jtin. ' 58 ' 59 57. i0 co co 49 .49' 48 ; 48 62;: 52 PORK. 1452 1492 870 855 790 7C7 C8 59 59 . 48 : 47 51 .09;i 60 COW 49 48 52 1452 1442 1445 1492 1470 1482 870 857 802 855 845 847 792 782 792 . 707 700 707 1 GREAT OF WEALTH III IS T PRODUCTS OF . PRESENT YEAR WILL AVERAGE IN VALUE 267 PER CAPITA LENDERS OUTNUMBER BORROWERS. Spokane, Wash., Nov. 1. Statistics gathered, and compiled by the 8o kane chamber of commerce show that the Inland Empire, embracing 150.000 square miles In eastern Wash ington, northern Idaho, western Mon tana, northeastern Oregon and south eastern British Columbia, will pro duce this yefti-. exclusive of manufac tures and lniorts, cr,7, ier capita of the estimated population of 600.000, or more than $1,200 for the average family, as against $119 per capita. In cluding agriculture, manufactures and Imports, of the entire United States, according to government census . re ports. The figures follow; Wheat, 51..VM1.000 bushels, 75 cents , $37,500,000 (Average yield: Spring wheat 24.5 bushels; win ter wheat, 21.5 bushels the acre.) Lumber. 1. 25O.0O0.00O feet. 17.001.000 Minerals, estimated output 32,000.000 Apples and otb - rults 14.0O0.W Dairy products (eOtnafed) 6.0.0iK Live stock and pott ry (es timated) 14Ofl.O0 Other farm products 14,000.003 Total $!33.5n,oo Showing the importance of Spokane to which the foregoing territory Is tributary as a trade center, these EtatiHtic are girn: Total deposits la banks. Oct. 28 ., $ 2S.ooo.non Per eap'yi (animated ... 268 Dr. George Edmund Flood states that Rheumatism and the various forms of Kidney and Bladder troubles are among tho most easily curable' diseases that is, when they are treat ed In a sensible manner. According to Dr. Flood, those per sons suffering from uny of these- ail ments should exercise the greatest moderation in the consumption of ich foods. Dr. Flood has met with great success in his practice In the treatment of these complaints, and he has advised all his patients to substi tute for such a diet as we have just mentioned, the simpler and more nourishing soups,, broths, fresh milk, fresh" vegetables and plenty ot pure water lots of water. But, says Dr. Flood, observance of those rules will not suffice to eff'i-t a taure, tiltltough such observance It necesRarlly of the givutest ttssslstance In the treatment. During all bin prjctlce, that Is, in the. treatment of Rheumatism, Kidney and BlatMi'r troubles, tl'ls eminent physician has employed , one simple, prescript Ion which, he states bus proven Itself ol unvarying curative value. Dr. Flood haft kindly consented that we repro duce a copy of this famous prescript ion in, tills column for the benefit ol our readers. This is the prescription: Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic oz. Concentrated Barkola Compound 1 o.. Aromatic Elixir....... .....4 on. ..dolt, dose, one teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime; children, one fourth to one-half teasiwonful after metis.. . y Dr.. Flood sayB It Is pleasant to take and may be filled by any drugist anywhere, Oi. better still, you can get the Ingredients yourself and mix them at home by shaking well In a bottle Di. Flood guarantees the success of this prescription if taken according to directions. J - VM S f w 1 Cairo Ilonnmcnt Co., Cairo - City Transfer Linsi Pu!esor ta'Stnrtt fc Vtltf ;'JL H, KlERCE,' PrP. Ail Kind Huftna Don Promptly. '.' V i Both Proee '12J ' ' 1 ' 1111 Waahlngtan Ava, Calra .(Iflnola, Alex Cbiirily ;;NnHona! Hit Dear Old Mother. "My dear old mother, who It now eighty-three years old, thrives on Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun son, of Dublin, Ga. "She hat taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite, feela strong and sleeps well." That's the way Electric Bitters affect the tged, and the same happy results follow In all cases of female weakness tod general debility. Weak, puny children too, tre greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by all druggists. 60c Tns Bulletin is ths only ssvsa day par la Cairo. Commercial Ayanus anil ElgMh Itrsst CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Cspltsl Surplus. ...$100,000 . ,,'....,.... 100.00C OFFICE R R. A, Under. ... .' f'bas Peuchier, 4 I, II. Oallfgas P. Bpeucer..... .Prlet Vice President .......Cashier Assistant Catblar Accounts of Corporal Irrn and tndlvla uals speetally eoltelted.. atirbaags uroUh4 to any part of tk vorWt- A!fxaner Counly, Savings Bank SU0VU U.uOUT!0j IVeOLUbllUt liittosui 2rTsOsOrf TIME OF TRAINS AT rOi No. 1 Express, dally It ...2 21 p.m. No. 2 Havana Ltd., dally. lv 2:11 am. No. i Express. dIy, lv ....11:25 pm. fiejfthbovfi! No, S Express, dally, lv 1:4.) pm No. 4 Limited, dally. lv....2:l am. No. Express, dally. It 4:55 am. Corrected ts October t!tK. 1907. a. V. Tavios, J mo. M. Snail, Mmi 1 1 mtm0, mm) fi.e' m. STRICTLY A SA VINOS SANK. CAIRO, ILUNOIB. ... , SSa aaa , Ctpltsl Surplus OFFICERS S. A. Badar .... ........ ..PrMldasul a 0. Patler ..Tle-Praaldat J. K jO4Mgms Casftlef r. Iuht ..... ..AsstaUat Ca&kiaS . SRIIICTORS : 8. A. Ihiflar J. B. OeJUgms Tho. Boy C. a Patlaf Wm. Klag a Nsff Chan. Festchtor. Jr, M. . Tktsthrwewd D. S. LtnadM ' George) Panoat Intsrsst Pa!d n Tims River transportation Lee Lise Sfeacers For Memphla and Way Landing Stesnera Oepartura Stacker Lee. .. . Wdnedy, p.m. i4i Lee., Friday. S p. m. Peter Let Saturday, p.m. For St. Laui and Way Landing Stacker Le Sunday a. m. Fetert Let Wednesday, ajn. Fer Fre'jht sr,d Paasagt tppty at Hatlidsy A Phllllpa Wfcarf bott. Ctir. PiQBERT E. LE, Gcntrtl Mantgae General Offtoa 4 SoutH Fleet St, . . . . Stephta, Tn.