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iyt; j...,w ,4f .',.,-. ' .ww 'inurfvii-.'O-ts ffW"urt.slwv i,.v;9...''r f r-((-,'-'Ms.-y . ""fait :-VllUi f.iv, i 4i.Jv.-, OTT THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MWTO HyEJBBR 2.8, 1907. i. TT A TT IT 7 r? lift IKS HERE YOU ARE n n c" v giving urara Mill! f ill vhJI sun nrann SANITARY SELF-BASTING ROASTER - - G$mK: ' JW - forty Years In Household lime. ' Unequalled . For Cleaning and Polishing " SILVERWARE ' SeuiUiMreMJiir r'Ul.t: riAlll'I.K, or II ui ia ntaina for a full box. Tut Ei-f Tiiri sn ii Its ., M cliir Si., Nrw York. C rst era ind Druggist, sell VmBs. PLAY OF MUCH MERIT TO (BE PRESENTED fT CAIRO OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT NEXT WEEK'S ATTRACTION. One of the most pleasing features with the North Bros. Comedians at the o'pera house this week ami one yards Jast, week and who was take.t to' (he Missouri Pacific Hospital In St. Lctiis, died In that city Sunday night that Is upcoming more popular every an. I will he buried from his home In performance Is the musical conceit I)e Soto, Mo. The accident to Mr. given by the .lady orchestra one half Alnsworth was caused by the Rag- Hour before the regular performance KiiiK of a car door which struck hlin While (tin orchestra Is not large, yet and threw his under the wheels of the their music Is of a high order, and freight ear on which h was riding, wiiia! to ninny of the large city orches His arms were badly mangled and tras blood poison resulted. The ploy presented lust night was v.eurge A.ueii nsK.i, n. "Roiilioke" and nn audience nf ln.- filling the place of assistant cashier of the Farmers' Bank, at East Prairie, Mo., was offered and ' accepted, the cashiershlp of the Bertrand Bank, of proportions thoroughly enjoyed the performance. It Is seldom if ever that plays of such high order as preesnted by the TIIOUCIIT KZ WAS DUniED ALIVE THE PIRHONAI. IXPIRIMOI pF ITHAM ALLIN POI REASONS :: WIY we claim TJIE LISK SANITARY SELF- BASTING ROASTERS lo be the BEST on the market. :: :: :: :: It is made of the finest quality of steel covered with THREE coats of LISK'S IMPERIAL GRAY ENAMEL. '.' It will cook as well on the stove as in the oven. It Is the only roaster that will make a toudh piece of meat tender and juicy, and RETAIN all its flavor. It will save 20 PER CENT in weight of meat over ANY Roaster made. 5 It requires very ltle attention and NO BASTING. RQA3TS MEAT. GAME AND POULTRY. If this roaster does not do ALL we claim for it, we will rerjlace fpi2E OF CHARGE, with a new article at any jtlme or refund the purchase money. IN FIVE SIZES. Woodward Hardware Co. 101S OHIO STREET, 1 v :. . Bertrand, Mo., ami is now in lull Koith Bros, are seen at ponula:- charge of tjjat institution. L. C. Les- prices. The company Is very evenly lie, former cashier of the Bertrand balanced and every production Is pre- aanK. now nas cnarge or tne .Money, sented exceptionally . smooth. .wo., DHiiK. There was an entire chance of A "jack" rabbit chase Is an attrac- specialties and all thorouehlv eniov- tion nere tor rnaiiKsgiving afternoon. Jed me lieriormance win De new on tne This afternoon a special Thanks Shelby lot, just north of the corpor- giving matinee will be given at 2:30 ate limits of Charleston, and nearly Tor Her Baby's Sake" will be pre- throat was dry and w" wn" D,CT ! iu spiiieu ani every indication points tol were paralysed. vciiiuun rrvtriiin. oevrMw iiuuiuia jammed nouse. Texas rabbits have been procured for fllk nnnrL.nn .,.! n ....... A..UIUI 1. . . .. .. I " -""". w " BiHui- oe presented, a play that has never Far. thrnutrh thn dim hninm , tion In the mig show windows of the before been offered at popular prices half-formed thoughts came to me the i which win ue a Kreai treat or tnei awiui. staruins. nrrnlom nat na- nnirpt I remember going to bed. I bare a clear recollection ot getting between the sheets and ordering my thoughts so that I might sleep. So far as I recall there was nothing unusual In my going to bed, nor were my reflee tions in the brief period that elapsed before slumber such as to presage any strange illness or cataleptic seizure I hud eaten heartily of lobster and cheese shortly before bed time, but bo perfect had my digestion always been that I had no fears of Btrange dreams To go to bed upon a Jive lobster In his full armament" of claws ' and squeezers might have discomforted me( but to go to bed, as the saying Is, upon a dead one and cooked, gave me no gloomy forebodings whatsoever. The incidents I am about to relate are enough to shake the stoutest Cour age and disturb the very depth of the soberest logic and calm Judgment. If, therefore, to follow me through this grim narrative shall threaten to un seat the reason or shock unduly the nervous system, I beg you will take warning thus early, that no untoward results may come to you through this strange tale. I must have been taken off in my sleep, so It seemed when I returned again to consciousness.4 But what hor rible dread oppressed me as my senses gradually resumed their functions! A feeling of closeness, of shut-lnness, of breathless darkness too deep to pene trate. I could not cry out. for mv my vocal chords A terror too vast Farmers' Work on the Farmers' Warehouse theatergoers of this citv. and for a and Elevator Company's plant at Am production of this kind there is no iiiston. Mo has been started. This doubt but that standing room will corporation organized under the aus- be ot a prenilum pices of the Farmers Union, will erect a large warehouse and will store Minstrel Next Week tneir grain therein. Nearly all the At the reecnt Old Kentuckv "Tfnm larmers in the Anniston neighborhood Comers" gathering at Louisville Kv. own stock in the concern. sreat reverence was i.l.l tn tha n.om. The barber shop of Robert Gann, ory of Stephen C. Foster, author nf wmcn win occupy a room in the Bus- "My Old Kentucky Home." The nnni.. sell building, is being fitted with all of the state whose name' his em of me new appliances tor that business song has immortalized. rendered At and will have an air of being up-to- ting tribute to his memory and unvell- laie m an respects. The shop will 8d the model of a Foster statue thnr be ready for occupancy, in the near is to adorn the new state capltol of "HUie. ' I Knntiictrv Th..iu.lo v,ii.i.. I , . ., Muiiauililf v,i .II1I(IT,1, granitoid pacements have been fin- headed bv bands which cnntinnmmiv .shed In front of the Enterprise and played Foster's music. missell buildings and are almost com- hall, where the model of the stntno itetert in tront or the Kolwlng build- which is to be erected by their contrl nr, aim iiuisp uuiitiiiiBs occupied oy i' butlons. was unveiled. Within the l.. joraan and the, peoples' Bank. The hall twenty thousand persons were hueet improvements- along Commer- crowded to honor Foster Thev cheer. I'll t: fiit.t r)ia dnn.r r, n,,llr.l.r.Hlll I u Vr u , , o , r'1 every mention of his name, ap- but one thing. .... ... . ,x, t, u. mu nun a. a. piauueii to tho echo the rendition otll awayfronable truth I had been bur ied alive. it is a solemn thing to wake and discover this to be the case. It Is so revoking, so unthoughtful of one's friends, so lonesome, so unfathomable, so intense. To hav gone to sleep in apparent health and strength, looking forward Joyfully to the morrow; to have been seized In slumber with some catalepsy so closely resembling disso lution as to be Indistinguishable, to have had untruthful eulogies pro nounced, and then to have been con signed to earth in this narrow box, to wake betimes and shiver with mortal terror. ' ' "' Gradually I regained the use of my limbs, although my voice remained as dead as I was thought to have been. Slowly I drew one hand up by my side, for the narrowness of ' my cell for bade outstretching It. I felt about tny head there was the smooth hardness and polished surface that could mean ' Above me 1 felt, and " "' n t r A Painful Persistent Cocib portends irriom result! if allowed to continue unchecked. Constant hacking tears the lungs and exposes the delicate. Inflamed tissues to ravaging consumption. The most obstinate and sdvatwed cough is readily relieved by piso'i Cute. No other- remedy has nich a toothing and healing effect upon the throat and lungs. For nearly half a century it has cured innumerable cases of coughs ami colds and saved many lives. For throat and lung affections Pisos Cure Is the Ideal Remedy v U- YOUNG MAN HAS NEW THEORY Human Life Seems Centered In Stomach. All Elae Is Secondary. The Immense success which has fol lowed L, T. Cooper during the past year with hi? new preparation has ex ceeded anything of the kl..d ever be- fore witnessed In most of the leading cities wnere tne young man has intro duced tLo medicine. Cooper has a novel theory. He believes that the hu man stomach Is directly responsible lor most disease. To auoto bis own words from an interview pon his ar rival in an eastern cityr "The average man or woman cannot be sick if the stomaca ia working properly. To be Bure, there are diseases ot a virulent nature, such aa cancer, tuberculosis. diabetes, etc., which, are organic, and are not traceable to the stomach, but even ievers can, m nine cases out of ten, be traceu to something taken Into the stomach. All of this half-sick, nervous exhaustion that Is now so common, Is caused by the stomachic conditions, and it Is because my rem edy will and does regulate the stom- acb that I am meeting with such suc cess. "To sum the matter up a sound di gestive apparatus that Is doingf Its full duty, getting every particle of vitality out qf all food by transferring It to tho bowels In a perfectly digested state tlris above all else brings health. Mr. A. C. Brock, chef of the Brock Restaurant, Market District, Boston. Mas3 who Is a staunch believer In Mr. Cooper's theory and medicine, has thU to say: "I had chronic Indigestion for over three years. v I suffered terribly, and lost about thirty pounds. ' I was a physical wreck when vT started this Cooper medicine, a month or so ago. Today I am as well as I ever was In my life. I am ho longer nervous, my food does not distress me in the least and I have a splendid appetite. ! am gaining flesh very rapidly in fact, at the rate of a pound a day. I would not believe any medicine on earth could have done for me what this has done. It Is a remarkable preparation, and Mr. Cooper deserves all his suc cess." - ; . ; - . f y.-: We recommend the Cooper prepara tions as being remarkable medicines. P. U. Schuh & Sons. , 1 NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS iTmist.vYi.ittv?trrrvttt,i y MOtWD CITY November -27, 1907. Mrs. .John Smith died nt her home it America Monday morning and her bod.v was, taken'rMonday, afternoon to Cohden for- hurlah She was the ' mother of thirteen children. Mr. .loe-(iaiint of G rand Chain, was down on busitiftss Tuesday. Mr. Chns. Rarb of Mounds, was a business". caller here Tuesday. Mitts Dora Heifield who has been the guest, of her sister, at ITllln fhe past few weeks' returned home Tues day. ' Mrs. K. S. r'ololck of Mounds, was chopping In town Tuesday. Mrs. W. II. l-liligh of America, was among the shoppers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCauley have recently, moved to Herrln and the house which they, vacated Is now occupied by 'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reese. The infant daughter of Mr. Geo. Abbott died Tuesdsy morning and was burled at Cache Chattel Tcesday aftei noon. The mother died about six weeks ag6. 1 Mrs. (!. K. Martin U in St. IxmU this week. Mr. Will Malhis of America, was In town on business Tuesday. Misses Sarah Traverse and Anna Matey of Mornds. - were shopping In town Tuesday. Mr. A. M. Palmer, e.litor of "The Sun" returned home Tuesday from a vNit In Southeast M. Missouri. . Mr. Newt. Hester, of America, was a business caller here Tuesday, Mr. El beit Massey of St. Louis, spent a few days with his mother. X.rs. T. E. Hoiiewell. this week. Mrs. Wat Wright of Villa Ridge, was shopping In town Tuesday. Mrs. I. H. Mills is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Iee Wanura and Miss Flossie McCullen of Valley Recluse, were in town Tuesday. Rev. t. A. Huniher arrived Tuesday tn arrange for the removal of his household goods to Cobden where he hat accepted the pastorate of the Congregational church. Mrs. Yoacnm and daughter. Sallie. of America, spent Tuesday with rela tives here. Misses Carrie Iiker and Effie Mills of Mounds, were among the shopers In town Tueadar. ' Mrs. S. P. Williams Is quite ill at this writing. Mrs. Clara Sites returned Tuesday from Chicago where she has spent the past few days on business. Mesdames Ben Moss, of Barlow and H. Moss, of Holloway. Ky were shopping in town Tuesday. , . Mrs. S. A. Col well of Villa Ridge, spoilt Tuesday as the guest of Mrs. (NiHinle Estes j Miss Kmma Harland and Mr. Rich ard Aldrich will be united In mar iluse at the home of the bride's par- M ius inursday. I hey w ill remain here this winter but exiiect to leave for Missouri the ensuing spring. Mr. Hairy Hood of Muskogee, ar rived Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving sin! a short vacation with relatives here and at Olmsteud. CHARLESTON, MO. November 26, 1907. The I'nlon Meeting which has bean the center of attraction here for the post three weeks will be closed this (Tit'slaM evening. The largest ci-. w.ls that ever attended religious services in this city have been In at teiidniice nightly and it Is needless in stai'.1 t. at great good has been accom plished. Although only about on hundred conversions are reported, th meeting has benefited this locality more than any ever held before. Many of the large crowds have driven, nightly, several miles In order to hear Lincoln MeConnell, and the in terest Is not abating, although the time for the closing of the meeting ii afhaud. The crowd of Sunday night was so Immense that seating room In the new Methodist church! the larg est church building in Charleston I was at a premium fully half an hour before time for the service, although chairs were placed In the aisles and all other possible room utilized, but ss the crowd continued to come, an overflow meeting In the form of a prayer service, was held at the Bap tist church, just across the street from the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. Bradley of the Methodist church, snd this building also was crowded to the doora and many per sons failed to gain entrance even to this service. It is estimated that U teen or eighteen hundred ersom were present at this service. A free will offering of ever a thousand dol lars was made up and given to Rev. MeConnell for his service during this meeting. Leon Aihsworth, who wss so se verely Injured in the local railroad tl ! 1 1 .1 , . 1 .1 . Il t I . . 1 ' . 1 . J i ,1 - V v.....,,...,,. a cwi,i,vvivu mh7 aiuo uai u, uun mini, f Hissett have comp eted the r e-rani-lhia mucin o,i t, xu. ., . I ........ . .. . . I c-- ...... iimoii.. aiiu Diiuwtu liih iiHKrpiin. I ki innnrn mmnvan a wnn, on mi. - old walks and L. B. Waller is prepar- ants of Foster who were ,eUe.,f w, ui 't feit m ii., Ing to place new walks in front of Mi In word and deed a keen n,l full from Its roota. .nrl ,,rnl.,ir iwu. " p.-operty. The work of gravelling appreciation of wh.nr hiH Commercial street is proceeding. wrought for Kentuckv. The'aon will I thought I saw a reflection of mv The business houses of Charleston, be rendered hv the "nn,iv nivie uin I countenanc In the, nhaHnw. hrve .,.a with a few trifling exceptions, were strels" to be seen at the cim ,,,. J and I remembered that there was- usually glass Just above the upper part of the body and that my linea ments might be dimly reflected Bkiveip Mk fc!h ' v:, s Just scratch a match light the, Perfection. Oil Heater and stop shivering. Wher ever you have a room that's hard to heatthat the fur nace doesn't reach there you'll need a WEAK, WEARY WOMEN. Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End Them. all closed Tuesday afternoon, In order house on Monday, Dee. 2nd. mac an persons connected therewith might have time to attend the after noon services at' the Methodist church. Congressman Joseph J. Russell is niaklig preparations to go to Wash ington. D. C. among the many things that the "General" (as he is known here) has been doing, Is getting his (ill of quail shooting. Mr. Russell Is a good quail hunter and enjoys the sport. He killed two wild geese Tues day morning. Appendicitii If due in a large measure to abuse of! the bowels, by employing drastic pur gatives. To avoid all danger, use only Dr. King's New Life Pills, the safe, gentle cleansers and Invlgora- tors. Guaranteed to cure headache. When the back aches and throbs. When housework Is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set In Women's lot Is a weary one. There is "a way to escape these woes. Doan's Kidney Pills cure such ills. Have cured women here In Cairo. There Is one woman's testlmonv. Mr. C. A. Tlnsley. of 3301 Park ave- ue, Cairo. 111., says: "I was an- thereln. The thoughts that came to me In this horrible'. time I shall never be able accurately to set down. They flashed like lightning upon me and as quickly forsook me. They charged m in columns, battalions, armies, myrl ads, torturing me, with their Infinite variety and their acute clearness. I felt if I could only cry out shriek In the hope that my tones might pene trate the earth above 'me It would af ford me some relief. But my voice remained useless to me, and I lay Ihere shivering and silent, wondering how long I might survive. Suddenly, strangest of all, I felt the wrannl n era Atwttit ma mnira T faU .ftVfJll a I'HUH tl rt-rt u I,A t A At I - , lH ...si lime (ohi current of air strike me. cooling with a pain in my back. For weeks biliousness, malaria an jaundice, at t here was a stady ache through my all drug stores 25c. y American Surety Company cf flew York is the largest Company in the world whose sole business it is to furnish Suretyship Bonds. It does not engage in bank or trust business, but limits all its operations to the broad field of Suretyship. This limitation, with its large capital and surplus of H&XWOt makes its signa ture on a bond far stronger than any personal security that can be offered. The fact that the American Bankers' Association have selected this Company as the sole guarantor of the money orders now being issued on their form, shows its standing with the leading financiers of the country. When required to give secur ity, whether in the shape of a fidelity, official, court, contract, probate or license bond, apply to AJirSir 15 SCRFTT t . Of SKW VOSK. Capital and Swr!u a4,800,00a David 8. Laoaden, Attorney, til Commercial Arenne, Cairo, III. Can dee I did ranee Agency, AgeaL my hot forehead and appearing to come through some aperture in my inciosure. 1 reit a slight pressure upon me, up and down, as If a hand What awful complication was this? Was my resting place being desecrated by ghouls in search of gain? Still the loins and left side and the kidneys were much disordered, the passages being very frequent and causing me nLHi.A nvft. ma in niinr- nmii.v iimex at nignt. At times they would be very scanty and uttended with great pain, f had read i grj.at deal or Doan s Kidney Pills hand stroked me up and down. I was and deciding to give them a trial, ,,lre lt was a hand now for I felt procured a oox at hchuh s drug store. 1 1 li pressure of fingers. Tet I lay i iook mem as directed and soon re- there helpless, unable to move, un ce.ve.1 H con.pieie cure. abIa eve to turn 0T,r I fe,t mJ ror saie nv an dealers. Price 50 hair turning from gray to Dure white. cents. i-oster-Miiourn Co.. Buffalo. I ft ih. piim. f , ..iHn. N. V.. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. THAtlKSGIVIHG III THE CHURCHES ; I felt 1 could withstand no more. In a few minutes I would go mad. But hush! In the darkness there was a voice. Ob, the music of It the sweet, delirious unforgetable met ody of lt I shall never forget It said: "We's only IS minutes fum Roches ter, boss. If you gits off there you bet ter git up now and dress yourself. We ojily stops five minutes!" ' ' It was in August, I remember. And had been in Lower t. UNION SERVICES THIS MORNING AT CAIRO BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES AT CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Origin of Common Terms. . "Ballot," as generally used, has wandered far from Its original mean log of 'little ball". Even , "blackball ing" is no longer necessarily literal, language has several fossil relics of primitive methods of voting. Most lamnna la "Aatrarlam m-h Ir-i n.rn.1. t nion Thanksgiving services will u , ' of ,h. .,6,trmk on - I held this morning at the Cairo Bap ,h. ..n-,-! or .hell uoon which the list church to which the public is cor- Athenian eltiien voted for the b.ni.h- dlally Invited. The choir of the Firi-t Uent of a too prtmlnent personage. M. F. church will give the musical Aaotber Instance is "spondulicks" the numbers and the address 111 be cans word for money. A "spondalos." made by the Rev. A. S. Buchanan, properly a vertebra of the spine, came pastor of the Presbyterian church on t- mean any round thing and In par- the subject. The Origin and the Devel- ticular the voting pebble or lis metal opment of the National Thanksgiving. equivalent. At Church ef The Redeemer. Services at the Church of the T.e deerner today wiil be as follows: Celebration of the Holy Communion at 7 a. m. MorniDg prayer at a. m. Tov pay a little more for el at si Red adveroauc ta taa BnEeUn thaa ether Cairo papers tat jot get ta I The nnTarmnriTrAiii mm n . (Equipped with SltookeleM Device) Just the thin g for b lizzard time or between seasons. Its genial j! jw'uig heat makes any room cheerful and coiy. No smoke- no smell smokeless device prevents. Brats font holds 4 quarts of oil burning 9 hour. Fin ished in japan and nickel Every heater warranted. ajo.Lamp'; m m ves a retttuL steady, soft h'oht winch u so much appreciated by workers and ttudenU. Made cf brass, nickel plated with Ihe latest improved central dtaft burner. Every lamp warranted. Write our nearest agency for de scriptive circular if your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp. Standard Oil Company 1 (Incorporated) ( Best for cakes i of all makes Jp corn syrup joy An everyday sweet for all people. I WT In air-tight tins, 10c, 25c, 50c. f. J. tK CORN PRODUCTS . . U NMApv CO. M Our Dead. I Our dead r. i,er a.a . ... ! - - ... na nut.il we have forgotten them; tber can be njurea by us, they can be wounded: they know all our penitence, all our cbing sense that their place is empty, all the kisses we bestow oa the smallest relic of their presence. Must Be Chic So woman objects to wear!'-? a tala If she ran tilt It up a Utile ard so give style and ni o her salB2'-sa. Gathering Birdnetts. One ot the source of Income of certain Burm ib provincial goveea menti is the letting of rlhu to echlect edible birds' nests Id the nnrthera and foi.'hera groups of the Moscoa Islands in the Tavcy district. TW aesta commsiMi fancy price, and are a4 In seaKwing soups and other di.hs. Urtaded Malaria. Ms!;na renders resr!y a flh of the land of the globe djterous ts kite ntea. Uv.