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TIIK CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1007,
THE' CAIRO ,BM'LLETIfS. -r "ST 1 .',.. AIHMIIIIHVH -- tubMTiption Rata by Mall. Invariably OmU la Adrian. Od year. Dally nd8nndy W W Subscription Hatt ky Carriar. Hr carrier In flmtro Bjr carrier, ouUld of Oairo..-.- M month .60 mouth Notlea to tubaorlbara. ' nbacrlbani will confer faror by reporting othlfm any lack of prompt dalirery ou fcha part of earner!. - Kutorart at tfas Cairo Pnrtnfflos M eoond-cliM j Mall Matter. CIRCULATION STATEMENT. were curryim; fnvor with the labor element when they preached mich a radical doctrine in jiovernmcnt policy and practice. ThlnV.tUT worUlnr? men can not but conclude, as apparently t hoy have concluded, that political machines eni sIioiik oijohmIi under present conditions. FIHL OF A AH NOVEMBER 22 IN HISTORY. Average number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Piib lotlu printed dully ami Sunday during tho year, PldG. ......... .2023 Average tiunibcr of complete, and ' perfect I'opelH of tho Cairo Bul letin printed daily and Sunday ; during the mouth of October 1U07 October Circulation. 1... S... c... 7... 8.,.. !.... 10..., 11,... 13.... 1,!.... 14...,. lo.... ..2110 . .2::m) : l 32 ' ..065 ..2100 ..2100 ..2105 ..2.110 ,.2105 ,.2102 ..20G2 , .snp.l , . 20H8 1G..... it.;:.. IS..... 13..... 20..... 21..... 23.. 21.. 25.. :.. 27.. 2S.. 2U.. 20. . ...2175 ...2100 ..'.2103 ...2101 . . . 2;,.;;f! 1 ,'..2101 ...21!5 ,'..20W ,..2102 ,..2123 ,..2100 ...2061 , . . osr. ,..2030 .,2100 21. 1402 Columbus' arrived ut llayti and learned that tho colony loll there had perished, f U'.;!:! ShipH Ark and Dovo sailed from England witii 2'o persons to 'found a colony In Maryland. 101 a Hull) of La Salle, the explorer of tho MfrsiKbippi valley. 1 7 7 f American force look and forti fied Cobble Hill, near Poston. (VU-Tlie Pillory used In Huston for the last lime. IS!.:- JJIk JIiv M. ;" Cullom. I'niled 'Stalest nciiuter frum Illinois, l'Ol II. lSr,3--NiHileou III... elected KmjM'ror of (be French. IfiiU-Hnltle i f CriswoMville, 0i;:. 1.V8''--Alaska first .toiiiiiud'd rcprc- ,' , s-enlatfoll ill eOtlRI'eSH,. IS'.m Indian outbreak mar Plim lii.ljso. Huiith 1 vkota. J :..- -&ir Arthur Sullivan, Knfstiidi ceiijpi Her, did. Corn May 12, IS 12. REMAINS OF GEN. MARTIN WILL BE LAID TO REST SATURDAY CAPT. N. E. THISTLE WOOD OF fcAIRO WILL ATTEND. I i MRS. CHAPIN L. BARrt PAINFULLY INJURED IN ACCIDENT WHILE OUT DRIVING WITH HER SONS. Capt. N. il. Thl.sllcwnod yesterday received a mesM.iKe Mating that, tho funeral-of the late lieu, .lames S. Mar- i liu wh; licd at bis Inline in Salem Wednesday 1 1 1 In Mrs. Clmpin I,. U.'uv met with in accident yesterday afternoon on Lou- re Commercial avouno tliat mi;;li! have resulted in Serious injury. While out driv lag vtjjjlii her litll" sous in their pony-ciu f, .she was thrown over (he dash board by the sudden stumb ling of the pony and struck tho kIiiiUh, heavily landing in the street. 3lie hurl thai, she Wits I ....... i .. r.. 1 1 ., I,, .1,1 ,,liO.!.i 'if """ l""'ii. " ' I .t.. . .. .... I .. .... .... ....I...I I.,.-. 12 oVIoc.k. in. ('aid. ThisUewood will j 1 '"'"". " " " - KO to Salem to attend the obsenie.s j ' ' ""- , imti Iim diul.int Imieiiioll of ..,,..., Untrftritii lilnhtv Sigttlat imt By JOHN F. CASEY, Headmaster English Hltfh School, Boston. Carboiidale of tlio Klato depart monk .11 a. n. (Jen. .Martin wan colonel of the O i" Hundred and ICIeveuth lllitiois rei'i ment in the civil war. lie had been president of the Salem National hank ever si i"i co its orfianiation, president of Hie Southern Illinois Soldiers' Re union assocJat ion, pension rouintiri- sloiicf, commander of the O. A, R., (diairman of tho etal Republican com mittee. Biography. Jo::tin McCarthy, one of the forc me:;t liviliK men ef letlers, was' Ivirn III Cork. Ireland, November 22. 18. He I'arly mastered the classe, and al JS v. s forced 10 eani his own in-ead. He be?;an life la the eapaeilv or a humble reiKirter in the pnllcy of I he liouse of conunous and oiten I no noovc is a correct statement or !.(,,. ,,r, K;,t pi the hense ;ss a mem the nuuilier t.f complete and perfect j J,,,,. j,-,,,. KOV i ;tl years be served a? copies of tho Cairo Bulletin printed 1 r(,,K,lt(.. .,.) sK-nopra-phor on I Ivor for the year 100U and for the mouth ).,.. , ,.,! r,n; a,M.rs until l'" ot October.-1907. CLTUB SULLIVAN. NET S 10GIMIE? restoralives. . Isiter Mrs. Hart' was taken to her liome ou I'pper Walnut street where )r, A. -. Iloiidiiriint attended her. it was I'cart'.l at lir. t that li-r hip wn:i fracture,!. I'mt I'oieal' !.. til's proved net to be He"" -She win very .yercly bruis1' ' , 'sprained and will be e.mlim V'vNy Vine for several dav:; al; b 1 : Business Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me this first day of November, 1907. LKO J. KI.KB. (RKAL) Notary Public. when be iit-canio political editor of; ii- l.raidi n veiniiiia Star, tiieu ovne,i hy John Itrifi't. This posi'ion be re signed in I Sirs Ut make a tur of tin 1'nile.i Stales. Tb next three years he 'spent in America, traveling, lee- and writiUK for the mn"ai"es.i' DRY COUNTIES OF MISSOURI WANT HEALTH BOARD TO CISCIPIINE TOO LIBERAL PHYSICIANS. St.. liimis. Nov. "Jl .- i 'it iv,eni of Hen try and ,e-.v Madrid comities have I appealed to the Slate Board of Hoaltli SUBMARINE VOLCANOS . i.. Ftcportf d By VcsKfin In Gulf Trads Great Uplte.tvnkn In Ocean Off . Yucatje, Coast. Jlevieo of vessel bring to ports of ( in. N ; olyiui: the eapibd the offecls Tho Bulletin l on tale at the fol lowing places: Coleman's, 214 Eighth street. Holiday House News Stand. Walker's, T01 Sixth street. Blue Front Restaurant Addressing the people of .Murphy's baro on Wednesday in relation to the lilK shoe factory which liiii company is n limit, to establish there, President Brown, of the Brown Shoe company, St. Lr.iu8, said In t onehision : "There is no need to worry about the'ftnau c'al Bitunllon. There is nothing tci he nd-aid of." Announcement is made thfa i.iorn li'K that nieiubeiii of the Democratic National- comnutUc will meet today a'. Frcai.li Lii-k, lini., to talk about the time and place for holding tlie next convention. If these gentlemen ciiuld iio induced to brace up sufi'i ciently to name the date and place lor dim' convention repirdiess (if vvlnit the KepvbiicaiiM may do U would Bccnt a little like old times. Ittrmi Cpoo his; r-tinu to ISniilan.l -.lie re sumed hia lilmra in literature nnn politics. His preatest soeech wasi made in -the defease of . l'a'liel dnr iiijr the j,rcal leader's iiv.lit, nfiainM tlx- London Times. His most Import nut literary work, and tlio on bv which be will live lonsetit. is "A II U lorv of Our Own Times." a ehumieli. ol what happeiie,! in I ho three e.-ii'i- trics of the united ivmeuom nnnm; the reian of Quetn Victoria. In iid'it lion to this and neveral other bis- j todes, Mr. McCarthy has produced a score of novels. His reputation- as statesman, historian, journalist, novel ist ami -orator i world wide. in. I i.e medical examiners enforcement of the to assist HI 1 ' local option lay,'., bv rovokiliK lite iici'iiscs. of phy- ;-iuaiis wiio "imlist riniiiiately pro- ) v. niiiky' Hi tne.se tiiy e. f f f 9 9 tf ?. 1 9. 99 9 9.9.9 9. 2 CAIRO IN 1 849 I -' f m, '' i " ' i-eribt trii Is." Members of tlio board yesterday wore ciisaf,i d in examhiiiiR applicants for. medical licenses. The work will conclude at noon today, when the rcpt'lar business set-sion of the b iard will be called by President Ooodii-r. The board will consider the epics tion of seiidiii?; a tuberculosis eshibit lie tno national j uoercuiosis counress ic Washington, next mouth. The point of assi.stinx the State Veterina rian, State r)aeleroioa;ist and run: Kood comniission i-i their war afjaiust tob"iciiJar infected dairy cattle also will be taken up. The eieiii Ivors- said tint they had cot" ronsblered the tittercn!n;is ques tion, ami did not Know what plan tiio',- would favor. I . - Nav isjators the Cult' trade -ensaliona! re t' h Kivat up T the coast of iiinne volcanic Ib'ijt in (.he re- I in Hi" iiKCie CiPl an wa.; itiu:;s siue.v lic'ilv slia!l-!.!. -:i. I ney fevoi t of small island. imiiidat'M ir-suiry at I indeoarliuf nt of war :i"d marine siiovfed (hat report has been received ftjiowru;; liny saicli cup dilion. stud tie otYji-ials had heard nothing beyojpl tlio death of lar-v numbers of flsli. Iioaval in tiie ocean i ucatan due to h.oi :,cti(tl. 'l'liev iM'chll cut upheaval ivlticll i k'Hin:; of lolls ef coast, the led ,, the changed and ;,re;t dace; l l ti;; V. !el . and Vie:' also that a niiail i w ill.it soej ,- r. (From the Cairo Delta Published By Add. H. Sanders.) "Sapolio" Stephens esteiday. Interview las tin dealers of the city, lie is an Influen tial poison, traveling over the roiui !ry In the Interest of cleauline.is aad against the parcels post. In b-.th lines he has done effective work. He claims that too present1 pot-d-master general is largely Interested in the department store busbies and therefore is trying hard to have some sort of parcels (Mist law passed by toliKiTss. Retnil dealers generally op pose the measure. April 12, 1813 "The waters have low fully .subsided at this place and l r.,i,.,.lthat reinaiuitiK inside the levees is retail The constant excuse that was made by the packers for t In vM price ef meat .n t';.it the catib crop wa: cher'. The t'itr,ii--5 of the packers mid sdioTvr, that there ivn.-. a r,t-aly i'i the way ef c:,porl;, br bav u.'en patherei by the f-overument Increase in the amount of te"f an (he number ef beef rattle shipped abroad. And the Inroti ; elaiiiiel that thy were fcblpidtit; oiitv the- Mir plus. They oticht lo be aide pVe some kind of an oxiiim' that would hang together of Its own accord. According to news from Carbon. lale the Prohibition movement twins t have been successful, not only In alio! Ibhitig the twlmin, but in aholishim; the water watfou as well. The city coniK-il passed a resolution the other day notifying the water and light company that after the present month there would be no money t- pay for service from thin company as the rev enue from saloons had ceased. Hut tho ' Hf.pt are de('eti('Mi! ii)hiii tie generosity f th- 'liipri'iy to V "e,, Itoth at'r and lirhii c Po: till tij people fchal! have mad" o'h'T atraiir. tnenls. biins rapid U carried away by tin sewer:;, 1 lie levees We bud upon ex animation have e rienced but little dainac.e lv (he floods." The mai l iaise mil ice if Nicholas liuiisacker to Miss Adelia Wort hint; tell is pi hti: bed. V:: Overton offers his professional services to tho citizens of Ohio City (now Hirds I'oint ) Cairn and the scir roiindi neiishlxirbiMids. Hi-t rt hi deuce is iiiinie.ii.iteiy on the Missis sdppi river a few miles above both i Pies. April -!'. Shannessv advi-rlics Ills Rioeeiy and dw!linc. in upper Cairo fir ; ali- a:; they are :,e. n fenirnl to fit;- jl.oe of biirlue;;i in Inner Cairo. April ::.--The c It'or hsjr, an article d .-libme the Wondei pil lirw eh-. tii' licht claimed by an Cn;;!! . hman as bc iinent'Kn. bet l.diowil bv the editor to lisr.e been Invented furee or four veai . .rev p.ii.iy l.y two ( bicioiiat i reiitleiii'-n, ' of vvIiomi wai his brother. The description -r the lirlit ta'lb-i: ilh t'li- bulb imw in use.' i)n Tuesday. May 2::d. near Cale d'uiia Mr. iliiani Harndl. -Ir , of Cairo vii tiuirried to M.n . Ann Hunsacker of the former plac Suuire Axley perrurnvd the r reumny. Ap propriate ioetjv, insiniifiuttired ey 1-. S. llnrell. a br-tlier of Ice bride Ri-vom. a-cnmpafiie.J the published nr.tice of the v.iarrlaue. SERIOUS ACCIDENT llliopobs, lit., Attorney Shot In Law Office at Sprimjfield Not Excreted to Recover. Spiitivsliehl, Id.. Nov. 21.- Havid V. I'eden, a i oiiiineiit attorney i f !llioiolis. 'II., was aei ideiitaily shit lonipht in tin; law liffieo of l.tovd Hamilton ami is bins in a critical condition nt the hospital. His recov ei v Is doubt fid. I'eden was In-re at Iciiilinjj eoort ami had lunelied with Hamilton and returnc,! to his office with hlui. Wb'lo Ha'i.'I'loii was in his private oiTi'-e, hi- heard a idiot and on i;einr, into the rcei-it) ,ii room found I'l-b h l.vimr on l! Ibior. I'd. n t ;.(;.! licit be ,.td icoiod into bia i O-riCilt pocket to 'I't Seine papel... li. a revolver. -,v'ii !i vv.i.s in oi- . tl'.'f poi I ' t of the io.it, v,,i ; di - i har,ed. -I AEROPLANE COLLAPSES AccidenJ Air Navigation in Fiance Barc'y Escaped Death or Serious Injury. Paris' Nov. 21. Count Do 1 ji Vau'x had a "narrow escape from dentil oi serious injury when his aeroplane cul laptsed dtirluit .ti cxie4iiuenial lliRiK and erashcit to Hie e.rouud yesterday. The cmml was eaut;ht tinder tin wreckage. Assb (auce trached him ipiickly, however, and ho escaped with minor injuries. The uasrline for tn. motor look lire and the flying machine was partly destrovcrl. FOOTBALL PLAYER ST; GAME STOPPED There's scmethief wrcr-t; itb i prohtb't(or wave nht'ti F.nP3 evr the country with the t..ti-o ?n, .f. Ipnelon f a devast it Ing w hp I". I-i 1 8nd leaver, iti its nak. an e-oriu- ic hicnse in I he internal reve iue i f the government. Thii moriiin!; h iievvn from Washington Is thft for the month of October just past the re.--enje collections wer S71..9 great er than In October last year, and for the four months of the present fisenl year the Increase wa ?,.',ZM? over last year. However, the wave seeme-l to he getting in its work during the present mc-nth. RAILROADS INDICTED for Coiiit.HMtion in Rctraint cf Trade to Ous t Coal Dealer in State of Utah. Salt Luso ilv full, Nv. i.- lie federal gra. id Jury H'.lav r"inriif In .iictm.'iit riKainst th l oion P.ieifir railroad toiiipary. lb" Crogoii Short Li te. t'. I'niou Pacific Coal t-'iopauv. J. M. Moiir. peueial asetit of tlw I'm jion Pa-ific Coal company, and Knv ;i It inickliiBliain, assistant general t il I IM-! ictcit.leol el lie Oregon Sh -it It (i woithy f more than iia-r.inB foflr that the Atrrrtrr rr,jcrtlffl t:! La;rr in ic-gafec at :.'! !ulk re futed ty a vote rf 154 to 5 to t-n-i ''? feverr.n-c2 on:rfb!n of rail-rea-Js and m.'c- a. Tho ctloa L a DEMOCRATS MEET HI FRENCH LICK, IND.i'::;U:, " ' - Tin ti chiiii at cl..n t - a ei.oibei jtietl m re 1ral"t jf I. th" - (" le t' H ATluHAL COMMIT tt-t TO o'-T , jf,T ,,.,,. ,, , p.,rr. ,.r , DATE ACO PLACE OF THC:,,0 j, , ;-haM. a !'.tt l.i tie N AT ION AL CONVENTION. j.ral deln. rut it teite"s l'."!1" ,j.bal !.e,v""-I the ite" "I o-l fi .i-i Tr-neh Lk-k. lei. Nr. II -M- it- 'tba !b-.:rd t liv"1W-n liv I h" Inc .,f II.,- I.,m,,.rlir V.-ilii :. l! C - I' ' eiaibd I-. ic I i l"ll i.Mi.-.- t-or:,., :,i in, lire li.l- iv-M l.oli. tnoi.ts Ber return ilV4 tl. at! I Co- , !,:. I . l, , r : - ! C -e same f OI raV.nl hv V-Jlr n l ( ':i,-iiraii T-. r.M ! sie tiloltthj I Vot Mn .i..fi.ciiv u r-i,.m-n i f the ur-' pro'inds., b'lt IK.se- of the gathering. b-u it M j now quasl.e ami uh.s- nwri. o- thought likely the committee will dis-i-iay ase infir ..- i"-" r-ii tho (Ima .f l.o not meelinff nn.l liictmntg. It decide when and where the national tK-hnica1!y infect convention will be held. Tageart F1.1 today the mertins was purely a social affair. Cincinnati. Chicago. Rcfton. SL Ii ui., Kansas City tynisvi'le and Columbus have b-en r.nci;5-tcd ni gi-ed i?i-'tiiip jd.ii c:.. Ch; lib st. m. lil.. N,,v. 21.-- A -foot trill game belvs i the. ICasleni nil iiois Norinal a'i,i the Colli tto or I'hysi cia'i.i and Snrseiin.s at St. Louis wa.; slipped today when, with three min utes t.i play. Percy Zimmerman, rigid end for tlio Normals. MifTei e.l a ran eussioti id' tii" brain. Zimmi-rinati is In a critical condition. ADDITIONAL CITY DRIEFS. Wm Killed Cy fioj Four. A man v,a:, i i ibr.ui and I-. i J ! . 1 at Hie croi - hr- ef ,c In.; p", f e aad ll; l"d', C.-ntfal tailv this lenriiliig. IP 'v.n inn down b. a !':;; foil!- Iraia Vb" remains uin- bnai ht Into Ihi; cit . I a ? a i n -1 ilfttiollH and " I - a ' :i:i on the sail!" these Pidietni. nt. a was feared, i;ot b'-iay The Marri;s P;c;rd. Tliree th-vi---! i ir r-z'-? t iff lii? t.r. ;rl : r tit r, i: e - .-i 1 Valuable Land. The proposition is disr":,vd to pull down thj I' ink of KutUnd b"ild!ne. which 1-. ne :' y i ni.-ht and coirra 'fto a r. t)oi!i ,i ,n 8 fo'eifrry l-ni'i? r.-n a t"i:'n of 4 tb- pi's end e!l the r-nsairi lT r-f the ! i and. th va'ue cf ahicii Is e- ;at ij:.." '-voo. nated A Ti ' - -j ..-! r C ' ? . V . . "" :-in;.n- )-. : ht ho-n made i.v an I" . . : i ' - , x -oin m in. li ci.n ;j, ,.r a p iVc bini-cd like an ...Ii--::-- f-in. The number oi Ss i.r is tuirkcd Tro'ii .ei. to 12 ro i;- ( f eji !; of lhe:t leaves. The l;", lpi;j j.i- ..t,'fs; at rlv n'floeti an ev . .-ulr. reriilirly for 12 boi;i ., : - jt t ad'b e itrr,c5 op ami ! :.'! all i .-ir as;ain. The half hmir is i'ula ai. d l y th' icsjf of the fan belle' -::!v h ili r:.!;."i H Mon treal Sts.sda.il. Honest y. Ter I- ro loan, bip f r htx o-r iiiti b itb an "ids ..l or h b'n (i; tl-. i -may .nv-Htit'-s tenpta ?!vji t-i be oibetui.. bat all rarib r.1,1 Op. b" ':-," Ull-I ft '). lf,(!"S' t the HiV;.i t ib 1 :-' iA'-if ii' pe ; ' . , ... id i' ? tud Is-: 'H-i'-. to 111 p-IJ '.t thf l-mr: .f ill r h p. i-. ,! i-: a r,. c.-n f P , -f t ., Siibrcj Pjvi Nrt Over, .to t nl a il'ii. i i , rv . a ho is ad iii!eie: ir.,; in lf. s.i end ?hi;s is taifing ov r th" Ln.-isania. Pit s'tp and her rc-oil, it s i n, a c urir!i3 re-niint'er of old times to a'o'a tiwht ef a new fro! I slsn in the win dows of a fti.ysc.aiKT don at Po-:iii? fir.tn li;..h annoiinsvit a "saidr.g "errice to Aurtralia and New Zea-laiid.' Djrlrg Fr-j!-rin3. CPfr,rri' b-'i t-ri v ..rpi i.to rpij. la'icn cf faMit'iig nvs:. diHna en glnetip? p"!.w!i Ib the r-o? Id In tfc" way rf electiics! e .!:.!:. jd transmission JIH circct of Urn grow tit of aililelio snorts in seioiitlary Kthools lias boon beiieCiciol in that it haa'poitifH-lM stliqolj, authori tiou ontict mill enfotve logislation for tlio propiTdi ruction of tliese pportf. Atlilotics left to themselves were (k'volopinjr nlong lines which did not promote scholarsliip, n 'spirit of sportsiiiiiiisliip nml fair play, high' sense of honor, or oven common honesty. : r.ovs hsive a strong sense of justice which answers to proper appeals, and when properly handled by those whom. they respect 'they are easily led. They have, thejvfjOie, ac cepted the olianj-oel comlilioiis without objection and even inct'pted se vere restrictions imposed at first without authority. School boacds also, in placing athletics under school management, have recognized "t he' fact that they thereby assumed duties toward athletics. These duties they have performed by supplying medical inspivtiou in physical training. City schools need properly equipped play grounds. Nearly, all ath letic sports take place out of doors, and. while, .in'.t'.onsoo.ttenco m( their youth and tine physical condition, most, young athletes arc able to endure present conditions, some suffer from the lack of opportunities '.properly to care for themselves after vigorous exercise. In considering the effect which athh lics as now developed have, we iiust remember Unit to the student body as a whole, athletics- form an important and desirable school feature, and we must also consider what would be the effect if athletics were '-discountenanced or forbidden. Athletic teams should be given credit for their willingness to con form to regulations and to assist the school authorities in their efforts (o keep sports clean. Improper conduct on the part of players is rare at present. The behavior of spectators at the games and on (he sftvet. is not always just what il should be, but this is a matter for police rather than for school control. TO KILL THE TANDRUFF GERM. U the Only Poanllile War of llavf.irl An Effculte fur. If you sco a wninai, oe a man w lib lm. urtutit gliiHsy pair, ymj rimy bo euro not. thcr haa dandruff to amount to Anything. In nearly every cns whrrn wnmen ar.d men have thin brlttlo hair, tbey owe tl to dandruff. There arc liuiidrfcUu of prop, arntlom that claim" to euro dandruX. but not one but Newliro'a Hirplchlo top.. you that dandruff Is the result of a gitii burrowing! into t,o scalp, and that por. nianont cure of dandruff and Us conso (jucnt fulllnn end haldneiis. can onlv h had by killing the norm; ond'thern In tm other preparation that will l"fr.-y ti,nt porm but Newbro'sHpnih-ldc. ."nr-ntr?- the cause, and von runnvn ib r,pr,i Sold by leadinpr ilriwil.itn.- fSpml ii)c, tn stamps for naraplo to Tho Tlerplei.-to Co. Bntrolt Mich Two alsts6e cents and ll.fto. ' Paul O. Scbuh & Btms, ppeclal Aeti. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Illlnoi, Cairo, Alexander Ccurity, Popu ation 1,147. Mayor, GROUHS PAKHONS Clorli, It A, HATCIIPIL . , Treasurer. THOMAS K. MAHON.itf City Attorney, P. M. MOOUR Compt roller, KI5NR3T NOUDMA ft roliee Magistrate, A. J. I'lOffS.. Ciller of Police, M 3. IE AO AN- Alexander County, Popult'en TtM7 County Clerk, .HCSSiC K. MILUCJi Circuit Clerk, T.KK P. nAVI3. Sheriff, .PKANK K. DA VP?. Stftt'a Attorney, ' AIJSXANDSH - WILSON. Coroner, Hit. "JAMES WcMAMUS County Kuperlntendmit of 9i;liooia PROF. JOHN SNYDER ' Assessor ami Treasurer, FRED D. NELLI3. Board cf County Commissioner J. -J. JE WEf.T .17, Chilrm. CEORCE PAUSO.N3. PIl. EDWIN J. OAU3H The eligibility rules, when properlv cnforied, rcepiire fair sebolnr ship and good cha racier at all limes, Willi the result that pupils who used to come to school for nlhlel ics only now slay away; members of teams who neglect l heir Ic--i'J in (heir for i-porl Iiecoine iiieiigiiil" ; in games like football and luislcet. bail, where it is diificult io distinguish between nccidenbd and jnteniional injury, self-control must be practiced. IvTorcovf-r, the teachers who have cb.irge of the games have, in their in limate association with the boys o;t the field, far gtvaicr ojiporf unities for the exercise of personal in finer 'o than in the classrooms. ;Ind if these are men of high principles, in sympathy with the boys and liked by them and no others ought io be intrusted with lids work thev can develop in ihe athletes the very principles of courage, endurance, pelf-reliance and self-control which go toward making Ihe best man hood. ' TIME CARD CM ELECTRIC fill HRI.T f INK curs .l ie to rve (wniul SI, ; biK inn ill nn fommrnHnl Art., 6vry IS tula. lio n from R a. m. to '1 m (roicv ufift li oa VI nfioit Sit. Tfry M mfnntr from r-MK ii in. 1 "1:11 p. ra, fori, , 14 ST. 1,1 Nil ifoUw. Aid.omlti In leave Nwoiel J4t ir'l-.-u iirrlli mi fli.H,.- ek Ait., al 6:57 j 8 25 ; B:4'i; 0:f,( 7:18 . to. and oi is-.iip niluuu-s rtvry licur nutil 1H: and 11 il. nt. ' lining weir on Tniy rtiiillt HI. at 5:4; 6:19; K:.'H: and7-(M a. ni Kiirten aanrn rolu lltrH every hour unt.ji JfCfn him! lt:!M p. Pi. J'fplnr St. chih tlni" io Ms Ht: Maiy'r pars t r.:r ii :vfO'- lAvbi(.. Scc-it'.l SI. RKJ.T t.lNKOWl, fAlirt rurlh en Wrilntil HiSO p. ui. J'.ctl a. m.r ISO a. m.; lil a. m. M a. in.; I .i a. m.: ft-so a. N'li-i h on Ounnn -rrlal- - !'i eo 1'. m.T LC'1 in. 8 -K a. i i. H:(io a. w. i ,m a. in. 6 . m. Pelt, and t'wl cai-i !( ib' b tia v.. 1 ht iv f.iiirtb Ht. 115 mliiMfjtK afir lTtr Sn-oint ft. The question of professionalism does not disturb the secondary schools very much. We find some (endencie; to graft, and occasional (hefts, but even in this there is an improvement. On the whole it seems to die that tbe n resent rules for the control of aih- 1 . ' ' I.aicd luivp wnrlfed we!b and when wise- Iv enforced the results are satisfactory uCty, to all parties. ' Oil niiaUUII " fHarrrl- by Wxms By Dr. MADISON C. PETERS. - i; ' ' i ! are ! Man and woman like two shells of the oy ster they are made for each other. A crusty old bachelor,' hearing, that his j friend had gone blind fc.i.ivervr " r Ofce 707 Commarrjal Avarm. 3 C;,nnoi rooea 79. JOHN S. JENKINS Architect 1006 Commercial Ave. Cairo, Illinois. inn rifi! itrr 1 ,icar. "What dd vim ;! !ie aid: "Let hill) ninrrv i !,'tocs lor'.'" iltoy a'V"l her : cx-oil tii.'iii aroimi- io ;Ii v Mif'e the-.- vi'i". nil 1; if that does rnd open his eyes, not inn- else will.' ; i,aV)'.n-( , Hut that sneer has been ! wa-di t!ie iie h a t Yot do'i t leu i i v "r ;.!il L . w a to confuted by the experience of many blind scholars, like I fund, "'-famous authority on bees, and Kawcelt, political economist at Cambridge, and Knghtnd's most famous postmaster-general, whose highly ipialilied wives were eyes indeed to their husbands. Many men who are really marriage-made think they are silf-mnde. Napoleon won his greatest victoricr- while Josephine h.is bis wife and while he loved her. When our cotinlrv's interests, hung in the balance at Valley Forge, Martha Washington ha li ned to her hutb.md and nrgd him on b victory. Whether a man -hall be mad" or r. Mvl in m.irri.r:" i i Ji al! gether on bis choice of n wife. ! Tito word .wife nie.nw weaver, and wives either wenve men's for tunefi, or. like moib-i, iniply feed upon them. Many a woman bv true ympathy, by tiiiuking over what will do him eo,, has belpeil her hus band on to highest succe.-s. Ihsinank and Misrneli. ubo for thiriv vi-ars were the ronl rolling powers in F.uropoan politn.-t, said they in their rnivesft to their wives. Woman's quick intuiiion will give you more prm tiial kno-.vjedge in nn hour than man's slow logic' in y,tT. Ilcfm-v you Ic hii-iriess partner introiluce hini Io your wife; get In r opinion a to his t sijmcily ami integrity. While many a man owes hi pn-;vrity o Ids wife's wi i-dniiuist ra tion of luMi:-eh'ili alTairs it is also Iruo thai many a mv.' tln.nn i.il -frsiits can I'C traced In bis wife's love of tuhr.ir di-jd.iy. -m i ll rr. ;dry of t!i'i,i:'hi less i xtravagani e. or, perhaps, inooinjrf-tejit in.iine.''m-nt. That is whsit is g';tig on in lboii.an.1, of boiie, fhrou-.in.in our 1tnd. Won. en have lli'ir bear's s"t npm sbo-.v. np-m gbt!rr, u;vn dns', noon ii ia1 dt-tin- ti-n, upon surp.".r-sing somo rival, ep'-n mom of ti e Jii ,nrii"s and -rd' ml'ira of wealth, and am ir-d-lin their 'eu-hao i-s. unt ' iee-1,. "ihaps. to abandon their integrity for tlf f ile r f sho.v. ;"i I smile of a ''No," tdio answered, "I tl .c.l j!lt; ,!(..)., v.a.,!iin:; (he ilir lc i i't hive but while fdv ia I oil the Doors." Japan's Railroar!:. , ,i1t, -tll-li' o i -e In the etfoit. to rri1 innali Ihe ra!l ro. , ystein:4 of ,t,'ian. six cni; til-j ha. in;; l.TiOfi tnili-a of track, were ac uuiieii hist, year hy the gnvcrniHont The amount involved was J U'',.('(,,'.0oo. w Strengthen Your Lung; A ccujih or a hengiriv-cn eoM 2 w-ins you.- lungi, smt lay St;. Tin putujton th-.-rn ofen si J el VI t-1 Hp 6nt-d !e an liid-appv mini u o ha- the ! wornan to ei ompanv bun in everv ilepartni -ot life. I la1 vot-iil vi!iuit io iv o-k dirk ;i.n h r-e-s, but (lie Iitlle haven liome, lighel no bv be. -. will U- csiifrfil fetid brifhl. Tbe sunf-fo! man'- wife will make her hii.-d.and f.i that ne d.:v p:i-- -1 tinder Lis o.mi roof is worth a l!mt.-.tii.J in i.uv o-ii.-r ji'ate. , boss-- iray ! n co!-l -f.rage for eo-f'y fur ri.turc A reene must J wanned wiih tho endK r of hue. liome h t'-e nsnaluie of hcavepj r do-.n to i chort, rcheva he strain on IA your Iuni;s to jp t'- -n-.t a 1 sliirje iii M. i t- ' it . i frr. ifrr a. ? sj- 'rV and ton Tins eH snd w ft 1 1 -1 n n teei rr- Lrvr-. Clds ard C cofie:;lior.., vr e s and strengthens the lunga. rrta r-t 1bft T.nW.n r'i', Tbe BrjHe!n Is ! ORly trftr f'!k M to tn- ot ttlftjbnne Pets lo UU la a rsdlns cf 159 mllei with lift ter fCaa. tlca cf tsa anotlstad rssa. VI i If Jsyne's Eicrectcrsuit hjs if fewift tti rwMrni.Kl ..w.l. fur Co,ba, Co Id a. Croup, VvTioorir.g Cough, Bronchitis and similar diseases for 77 years. ti Sold by all druccis.s in threa f f rrriiwraj sj n i 1 1 1.