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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S, 1907.
AA rs'i A a sit AAAAnAn a An A ft ft ft ft ft ftftftOOOOO nOOOOOOO SOCIAL AND PERSONAL, f v v V: wwwwwwwwwwwwwww ww wwww- www w - r- Cairo Opera House mi. P F. n O V . A I - 5A D. L. WILLIAMSON, Manager, ONW NIOMT ONLY -t Q WEDNESDAY NOV. IO Th) Sea ion' Laughing Suceem Stevens & Linton Presents Allor I. Barnes In the Mony Musical Mix-up MY WIFE'S FAMILY Tbo real latuhlng fdiov. A nnrry riot of nn a d mudc. fi ices 25c, 50f, and 7 jo. SeatB on sile Tuesday. m I nlta Stama Club. The Delta Sigma' club held a pleas- Cairo ant ninutlnir WpiltlPHllaV aftei'UOOn ...iu XI..,, m. , ni.it,i. at tiw m pin. i iv. i;. i.,oriiinn. or ueixoir. Mien Willi ivuaa dvu uwiuui - - - - ,lu,.,ii.lrU (1n v.ieht street. Miss who has been the guest of hla broth entertain ne ier-iii-iuw, ur, j. u. luuu, Burgeon in charge of 'the U, S. Marine hospital, has returned to his home. Mr. Lor- man recently returned from extende Transvaal and Mexico. Bertha Schlosser will club next Wednesday. DinnKi PoitDoned. Owing to the arrival of relatives sojourns in the from Ohio whom she had not seen for thirty years, Mrs. N. B. Thistlewood, of Mounds, imstiioned the dinner sh was to iiave given yesterday in honor tit Mrs, ill.,, T- Stephens, of Rust St. Louis. . ' t To Honor a Bride. ONE NIGHT ONLY ThURsDAY NOV. 14 Htnry B. Harm piesenta Edgar Selvvyn asfcre Oollegi Bred Indian In STRONQHEART The G -eases'; Foot Ball P'ay evervritlen. lakes jou back to College days. Prices lower floo fl 50; last three rows 1; flrt two rows dress circle 75c; balance 50; galUry 25 3 Sea a on sale Wednesday. The Misses Schutter of Lower Ian wells here Beveral years agJ. Washington Avenue have issued In- From here he will go to Kansas City vita'tlons for an afternoon tea to be Mo., to enter upon a contract. given next Monday and a progressive cinch function for Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Schutter, the bride of their brother, Charles F. Schutter, of Newark, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Schut- ' ter who were married in New York Wednesday are now en route to Cairo. Always Reliable Sylph Flour I H. L. Halliday Milling Co. Use Sweat No-Morine Foot Wash Sails for all foet afflictions For Sale bv O. O. ROEDLER,427-20th 8t. Price 25o. Order by mail or call. ' v' A Ah "1 ' v rir 'pMrrftw i j vf 4 7 ' t? l?! '- tiAl t 1 d. .v-S -I - '' B. C. Dancing Club. jTlie B. C. Dancing club gave one of tliflr enjoyable dances last night at Ascalon Lodge hall. Those In attendance were: Miss Da vis, of Marlon; Miss Fltzpatrlck, of Syracuse, N. : Y. ; Misses Zora Lee, Ethel Charles, Edith Hill, Iona Swo boda, Nell Lind, Emma Carey, Mir iam Carey, Reta Cohn, Alice Strong, Quindarp, Jones; Messrs. Elmer Brown, Charles Gilhofer, Gilbert Casey, Harry Becker, Fred Halliday, Wort Daniron, Allan McLane, Louis Phillips, And. Davis, Orin Rule, Her man Katz, Phil Fitzgerald, Harry Steinel. Will Burke, Oris Hastings, Leo Kleb. Mrs. Caroline Rogers went to Fair bury, 111., yesterday to visit friends. Fred Hartman, of St. Louis,, form erly of Cairo is here visiting friends. Miss Frances Bennett went to St. Louis yesterday to spend a few days. F. A. Schmidt has gone to Joppi on business for the E. Sondlieimer Lumber Company. Mrs. Arthur Twente, who has been 111 at her. home on Twenty-fourth street. Is Improving. ' Mrs.-, Horace Conant of Thirty-fifth street is confined to her home with on lattack'of malarial fever. , Edward Keefe, of St. Louis, is tho guest of his uncle, T. J. Keefe, of Lower Washington avenue. Mrs. S. A. Potter left Wednesday afternoon for Marlssa, 111., Jn response to a message stating the serious ill ness of her sister. Miss Clara Rieffel, who has been LlltF. BUvM Ul mio. c . ...... Stales tllat UHBUCllulucuua Luuiivn o Eighteenth street, has Teturned to her are 1)ai( by the hour and earn from 1315 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Ashley, 111., where she has visited re latives for the past week. Seasonable will spend a month's vacation. W. H. Simpson, manager of the Up-ham-Agler Lumber company, will re move his family from Chicago to Cai ro as soon as he can secure a house. TRY IT Harris Schulze who holds a respon sible position at the Southern Illinois Hospital for Insane at Anna, is In the city visiting his mother. Mrs. Her minla Schulze, of Ninth street. other points on business is again lu C. O, Wilson, of St. Louis, manager of the ' Pennsylvania Drilling and Construction company, Is in the city settling the affairs of the company's branch office. Mr. Wilson superin tended the work of boring the artes William C. McCarthy, secretary to Chief of Police Creecy, of St. Louis, was the guest yesterday of his brother-in-law, John T, Brown. Mr. Mc Carthy is spending a two weeks' vaca tion with old friends at Anna and Murphysboro. He formerly was a newspaper man and held important positions on the staff of leading St. Louis dailies. THE CIVIL SERVICE Examinations Ordered at Cairo and Elsewhere to Secure Eligibles For Various Government Positions. The United States Civil Service an nounces an examination on November 27, 1907, at Leavenworth, Kas., to se cure eligibles from v.'hich to makp certification to fill two vacancies In the position of night watchman, $300 per annum each, in the Quartermas ter's Department at Large, Military Prison, Fort Leavenworth, Kas., and vacancies retmiriiiK similar qualifica tions as they may occur in that vicin-1 ity. December 4. 1907. to secure eligi bles from which to make certification to fill a vacancy in the position of master, $1,000 per . annum. Quarter master's Department at Large, Alca- traz Island, Cal., launch Smead, and vacancies requiring similar qualifica tions as they may occur in the Quar termaster's Department at Large. December 4, 1907, to secure eligibles from which to make certification to fill a vaacncy in the position of dairy man. $500 tier annum, Sherman In stitute. California, and vacancies re quiring similar qualifications as they may occur in any branch of tne ser vice. December 4-5. 1907, at Cairo, III , to fill three vacancies in the position of miscellaneous computer. Naval Ob servatory. Washington, D, C, and similar vacancies as they may occur n that nhsprvatorv. The Department states that miscellaneous computers LOOii to S1.200 per annum. Promo- " I nulla m e iiiaur: nutu . iMtn, vi. . juv i - I uul lliltlltri rAuiiiiiittuvju, w vnv Eighteenth street, has returned from of assi8tant, at $1,200 per annum, an . . Li tn ... L. . r. 1. ,lta irtulto1 ra. I . vacancies occur December 11, 1907, at Cairo, 111., to fill a xranannv In thp nORitlon of n8U- T !!., .l.,nnn,l,,K t flpVPllHl Itlnol PVtlPt't lit Xl llOO HPT ailllUIll. ill IilllEin itlliUiV. .11 WCll, ,iv,. hi u"'. 1 lli-n. v. v . v, " - , .street, will give up housekeeping and the Hydrographic Office of the Navy I in ..i.i., ...in, kn uiutpf Mr Kli nonnrtnunl am! vacancies rwtH4C 11 I lrllll. il.ll 111.1 DW ., I...". I IV. I'UIVKI,'., . iW'ichert of Tenth street. similar qualifications as they may o- cur in that office. i n n.nruci nioccontrpr Tori A o tha PnmmiBslnn has PXDPlience'l l. IJ. .11(1,1, lAJli..a - . . ' 1 mv - the Cotton Belt railroad left last even- considerable difficulty in securing pil ing for Mt Sterling, Ky., wnere iiciginies lor mis posuiun. quinine sons are urged to enter tins examina tion. December 11-12, 1907. at Cairo. 111., to fill vacancies as they may occur in the position of assistant chemist t salaries from $1,200 to $1,800 per annum, in thp Bureau of Chemistry, Miss Rowena Dille has resigned her Department of Agriculture jiosRIon with .the Kno.iPS-iiurior.i ru--niture company to take one in thn freight office of the Illinois Central railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Charles La Forge, of (Newport, R. I., are guests of Capt jand Mrs. Frank Cassidy. of Sixth street. They are en route to Ne" Madrid. Mo., to visit relatives. Th Bulletin U the only paper wltlv In radlui ot 150 mile with U aer ' O. P. Kurd of the O. P. Hurd Lum ber company returned yesterday fronl Cincinnati. Ohio where he transacted business. His brother. John Hurl, who has been at Indianapolis and FOR YOUR PER- SOiNAL COMFORT no other heating appliance can equa' the adaptability of a gat radiator, at it can be uted in any room where heat it required. For taking the chill off your bed room, dreating room or bath room it it an absolute neeeirty, and for heating large rooms it can tt done quicker and without th dirt and ashes that ary other heating appara tut brings. WILL UNVEIL Ail Hill HALLIDAY- RITTEHHOUSE COMPANY, - 616 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Illinois. " BANNER CAMP W. 0. W. HAS ERECTED STONE TO THE ' MEMORY OF THE LATE JAMES E SPROAT. At their meeting held this week Banner Camp No. 109 Woodmen of the World initiated nine candidates and ballotted on three. There are 18 candidates for the next meeting to be held November 19. M. 8. Stpwart. district organizer ,t Western Kentucky, was present at the last meeting and addressed the or der with an eloquent speech. On Sunday No. 17, the first mona ment erected to the memory of a de ?eased Woodman of Cairo will b uil vf iled when a handsome stone will b ledicated to the remembrance of the late James E. Sproat. Large dplega lions from Paducah and othpr camps still be here to take part in the exer--Ikps. A snpcial train will be run oa this occasion and the friends cf the anler wilt be invited to attend. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o NOW'" O W hi o o o o o o Everything Must Go At Your Own Price, j . . . . , ., . : - : O Our New Building:, on Commercial Avenue at Ninth J Street will soon be completed and we must dispose ot g o mif immpimp ctnrk of House Furnishings. If vou an- o ticii?ate getting anything in our line give us a call, g o $1.00 Here will go as far as U'M hlsewnere. o o This is a chance of a life time as the entire stock will be sacrificed in order that we may open the new g w ' ..." 1 '-'' . !' '.,i,' I- o store with entirely new Goods. 0 Q Q O o Q 9 NO FAMILY TROUBLE. Battle Creek. Mich., Not. 7. Cpton Sinclair, the author, who is here with his wife, who Is being treated in a sanitarium, today. Indignantly dnlel the mmros of an etragpmnt be tween himself and Irs. Sinclair. o o o o o o o o o at Half the Regular price. A most complete line from which to make your selection. i 300 Cook Stoves, Steel Ranges and Heaters At Costland on our Usual Liberal Terms. 'i f3 H o i t .if v. !; i, .... '.i tfl U i "-.'h t . i ONE DOLLAR DOWN !' ::: ' J?-' ; AND " ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK. I.' i ' i- Ai . UVI t HH .lit o o G O O o o o o o o o o o o zzs ft o o o o o o o f S RUGS, CARPETS, MATTING, OIL CLOTH AND LINOLEUM ALL GO a - LET US SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR YOU. g O Sin this sale. w II o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ... n - .i ' Yoas C R ED IT is . Good He?e S E'S FUMNITUREXOiflPAP: 1803-579 Commercial Avenue EOPL o o o tnke Cnirn Clearing House Certificates iii trade Q T f , 7 - -' Q 0 and allow $1.05 for every $1.00 o O ' Q 00000000000 OOO O OO Of OOO OO OOOOO OOO O O O O C O O I O O O OOO