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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MOEHIHO. DEOEMBEIt 15, l'.i07.
KEfJI TO HEART TALKS
(fVmfliidod from Seventh Pae.)
Santa, I would like to have my dollies
dressed and a Christmas tree and a
pair of shoes, kid gloves, a new red
rout and mimic roll, handkerchief and
two books, five little peppers and
Idlly-whlMkera. Well Dear Santa, bring
me candy, fruits and nuts ami it yon
have omlnd to you can bring me that
big toddy bear in, DeBnim's window.
Well, good-bye, Dear Santa. With
love and kisses. Your little friend,,
: NELLETTA EHLMAN.
51!) Center street.
shoot eiaht or six times right along i ranges
trurether. But. sav! What I want
"worster" is a dall with a red coat and
a red hat. That Is all I will tell yon,
hut you -an bring in any thliig else
you think 1 would like.
Your lfttlt friend.
DANNIK FITZOEIMUV
P. 8, Say Santa, don't forget my
doll with a red coat and u red hut on.
, DANNIK.
Glovet and Red Hat.
Dear Santa Clans: Please send me
a big doll and buggy and pair of kid
gloves ami red hat to match my cloak,
pair of rubbers and legging and a new
book satchel, new dress and some
candy and nuts, oranges and don't for
eet my little sister. Marie Kelly, this
is from your little friend,
Good-bye. INEZ KRIXY.
2501 Poplar street.
1 send -you lots of kisses.
HKSS1H J ON US
2i)'i Twenty-ninth Street,
Irish Mail and Lantern.
Dear Sweet Ksntn Clans: 1 am a
little hoy fi yours old. As for Christ
mas I want tin Irish ntall and a manic
lantern, and some candy, nuts and
oranges. I send you lots of kisses.
Yours truly,
rtlCHARD .TONES,
209 Twenty-ninth Street.
Blue Eyed Doll.
Dear Santa Clans: I'm a little girl
5 years old, ', My name is Mary Rliza-
Waah Stand and Clock.
Dear Conta Clans: I am a little
girl 3 years old. I want a doll 'buggy
with pink parasol, a doll that opens
and shuts Its eyes and has hair, wash
stand, a pitcher, a dresser and a clock
in Amu Canta Pinna nleARft nut it
'r...ri V:;Vw;n-t U it for h beth Bruce." I've been a good little
breaks them. Santa please bring my girl and I want you to please bring nu
I SoShoo train that runs cn a track j buggy for her, a set of d shes or my
IndTun.r red rocking chair, and . J- rTLZ
You can get i " "'" '
jhas been good, flood-by, with love.
MARY ELIZABETH imi'CK.
big rocking chair for me
them all at DeBoun s.
SARAH MAY OS1IEA.
170.'! Washington avenue.
House Furnishings.
Dear Santa Clans: I thonght I would
write you a letter and tell you what
I want, for Christmas. , I want a Dolly,
a bed and table and two chairs and
table cloth, a. stove and skilllet, a coal
bucket, a shovel, water bucket, a dip
per, tub and wash board, ironing board
and two irons, a sofa and two pillows,
a pair of pants and coat for my teddy
bear, a little dough, board, and biscuit
pan, a bed spread and two quilts, a
trunk, some candy and nuts and
grapes. If I get, this J will be satis
fied. Your little darling,
LtTCILE HOL.ARP,
1505 Poplar street.
Been Good All Year.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy
4 years old. I have been good all
year, so please bring me a drum, a
violin, an Irish mall, a teddy bear and
an automobile, flood-bye Santa, Your
little boy.
CLINTON TERRELL, JR.
Nice Teddy Bear.
My Dear Santa: As it is almost
Christmas and all little girls and
boys will be writing to you I will tell
you what I want. Please bring me a
nice teddy bear anil ehoo choo train
that runs on a track, and a horn and
picture book. I will now bid you
good-bye. From your friend
ROY HU.L.
Dishes, Nuts, Necklace.
Dear Santa: I want you to bring
me a doll, bring me some cups ami
dishes too, bring me some candy too,
bring me some nuts, bring me a neck
luce too. That is all I want, dear
Simta. I am good too.
JESSIE MARSHALL
fill Thirty-fourth Street.
A Bio Drum.
Dear Santa Clans: Please send mo
an electrical engine that reus on a
track, a big drum and some canny
and nuts. And jdea.se don't forget
the other little boys and girls.
Your little friend,
HARRY LIN WOOD ST E AO A LA,
GUI Thirty-fifth Street.
things and please don't forget where
I live in Mounds, flood bye dear
Santa Claim, I will be a good boy (111
vim come.
TOMMY COLE
Has a Sand Chrirtmic
Hour Kimta China: I am a little
girl 7 years old. As Cod has taken
my papa a short time ago this is n
very sad Christmas to me. So I will
not ask for very much. Please bring
me u pink scarf to wear around my
neck and a little white teddy bear
and some candy und oranges.
From vour little friend,
EVA MAY 1-EN.ER.
71S Thirty-sixth Street.
Horn, Gun, Train, Etc.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little
boy 3 years old. I nave been very
irood and 1 don't want much. I want
you to please bring me a little horn,
a gun, a train, a drum, a fiddle, a
little automobile, a street car, some
nuts, pop corn, fruit aim canny.
Please remember my little cousin
Anetta on Twenty-eighth street.
ROBERT CRIPPEN.'
714 Thirty-sixth street.
Doll With Brown Curls.
Dear Santa China: I wish you
would bring me a doll Willi mown
errls, rather large and a doll cart as
nice aw you can anorii. ur collide i
expect a nice lot of candy, nuts,
bananas and oranges.
I am your loving friend.
MAHY T HELM A LROWNINC.
Remembers Great Grand Pa.
Dear Santa Claus: I don't want very
very much this time for I want to go
see my great-grandpa, he is 80 years
old and can t get around very well,
and you might bring him something.
I've got all kinds of play things, I
just want a pair of leggins and some
candy, oranges, and nuts. I'll be at my
grandpa's Christmas. So you stop at
Cllin, with them. With lots of love,
l am your little boy.
CHAS. ,'W. CORZINE.
3104 Elm street.
: Collar For "Fritz.'
Dear Santa Cdaus: Please bring mo
a teddy bear, and a dolly that goes to
Bleep and some ribbon for my bair and
some candy and nuts and Santa Claus
please bring my dog, Frit; a nice col
lar with hla name on it. That's all.
your little girl,
, MARY STUART WARP,
721 Thirty-eighth street, Cairo, HI.
From Mound City.
Dear Santa Claus: My name is
Eeulah. I live at Grandma's house In
Mound City. 111. I would like a desk
end blackboard, a doll. Xmas tree and
some candy and nuts. But dear
Santa if you have not enough to go
around you need not bring so much,
f want other little children to. be
happy too. With hive. : .
BECLAH BRANDT PARKER,
Mound City, III.
Signet Ring and Pitmo.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a girl 10
years old, I will not ' ask' for much
this year. I want a signet ring and a
cross for my chain. I want a little
doll piano and some good story books
and some candy and fruits and nuts,
and please remember my little friends
Jn Cairo. Your little friend.
IS CYNTHIA CRIPPEN.
714 Thirty-sixth street.
Teddy Bear and Stove.
Dear SatyUt Claus: Please bring m
a teddy bear.'Btove, games, new dress,
story book, candy arid nuts and or
anges. Sana do not forget the little,
loor children. Your friend,
MABLE TAYLOR.
Black Haired Doll.
Dear Sweet Santa Claus: I am a
little girl 9 years old and for Christ
mas I want a big doll with black hair
and real eye lashes, I want her
dressed in a blue silk dress rind a doll
trunk and some nuts, candy and
Stubborn Pig and Other Games.
Dear Santa Claus: Please bring
mo a wagon, game, nuts, drum,
oranges, magic lantern, book, stub
born pis, engines, games of every
kind.
t.OCIS BOCRflOlS,
520J5 Commercial Avenue.
Lot3 of Other Things.
Dear Santa Chits: Please bring
me a do!!, teddy bear, stove, games,
new dress, story book, and lots of
candy and nuts and oranges. I beg
to remain
Your friend,
VERNAL TAYLOR.
At Mounds, III,
Dear Santa Claus: I am a iittie
boy 5 years old and f am a Rood boy
and help mamnui work. - and I wish
you would bring me a train and a
velocipede and somfv candy and nuts
and oranges, and please bring my
brother Charlie a farm wagon, he is
pretty good some times, anil my little
friend Lela, next door wants a doll
nd lots of other things. Now Santa
Claus don't forget to bring my
Don't Forget Sister.
Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a lit
tle girl a years old and I want you to
tring me a big doll, and a buggy,
a little stove, and dishes. And Dear
Old Santa, please don't forget my j
little sister who is 3 years old. Sh- i
wants everything like mine only she
wants a piano, so we can play Mrs.
Jones. That is all, we want except
candy, nuts, oranges and bananas. And
I hope you will treat all other little
children as good as you did us. Your
little children,
MARIE AND ONEITA JONES.
Good-bye, Dear Old "Santa.
618 Thirty-fourth Ktrljef. ' , " "
Wants Big Pour Engine, ,
Dear Santa, Claus: Bring nie a doll
trunk, big doll with long hair, a Chris' -mas
tree and an English doll buggy.
HELEN.
I want a Christmas tree, a big drum,
a big black horse, a Big Four engine
and a coal car.
WARREN ELMER SMITH.
Black Board and Drum.
My Dear Santa Claris: I will writ"
you a letter and tell you what I would
like ycu to bring me Christmas. Now
Santa Claus, I am very good boy and
I am the only boy my mamma has. I
am 5 years old. Will you please bring
me a black board, two story books, a
drum, train that runs on a trick and
ball; and Santa Clous, I want every
thing good to eat. O yes, I want an
air gun. Good-bye Santa Claus.
M. AUSTIN CLICK,
2C01 Highland avenue.
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Rd House Sliooers.
Dear Santa. Clause: I am a little
girl 7 years' old, my name Is Vivian
Emma Bruce. I h.ve been a good
little grit and will you phase lniiijr
me n set; of pretty grown furs, a pair
of red house -slippers, a doll and a
doll buggy. Oh yes. please bring my
Aunt Anna a pair of grey house slip
pers and a writing desk with a black
board and a Japanese nimona.
With love.
VIVIAN EM M V BRI'CE.
Cowboy Suit.
Dear Santa Clans: I am a Utile
boy C years old and I want you to
bring nie a cowboy suit, a sun that
will last lon'jer than the one you
brought last Xmas, a pair of roller
skates, a cannon that' will shoot
matches, and a two wheel bicycle, a
violin that will play good, a horn, a
good measuring rule, some candy, a
riln coat and hat. So good bye Santa
Claus. have j Rood time.
WILLIAM SIMON.
Tried to Be Good.
Dear Santa Clans: I am T, years
old and I have tried to b e a good
boy so you would come ami see me
and Edward, t want a horn, a pair of
shoes CHi Pair of kid gloves, a suit
el' clothes and a violin, candy, nuts
and oranges. My little brother
want a doll, a horn, drum, a pair of
white mittens and .we both want some
.slot-kings. Be sure and bring hdwar.l
some candy, nuts and' onumes.
"' -Your little frieftds,
' ' EDWARD WALDER.
JOHN WALDER,
131 Thirty-second Street.
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Tan
Boots
We have just received a large ship
ment of Ladies' Tan Shoes and High
Boots in -button and lace. These Shoes
were made especially lo order by Strobeck Co.
of New York. They are the very latest shade
of Ladies' Dresses worn this Fall.
We are the only firm in the City that has displayed the
proper shade of Tan Shoes this season. Come early and
get your fit before your size is gone.
We have also the mast complete line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Foot
wear, from S2.G9 the pair up, to be found 11 the city. Also Boys',
Misses' and Children's Footwear from the best factories in the country.
Our line of Slippers in Leather or Felt in a!! the different colors worn, also our
Gaiters and Leggins to nialeh the dress, arc of the very latest design.
Von can not select anything mare acceptable or useful than a pair of Shoes, Slippers,
or llaiters or Leggins for zh Xmas present. Rubber Hoots for the Boys in all sizes.
Wcinviican inspection of our line, not only Goods of the highest quality, bat the
lowest price in the city.
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For Xmas presents see oar line of kifgs in our Rug Department. We have them all
grades from Royal Wilton down to Tapestry, in sizes from room size down to smallest.
CAIRO & THEBES
SECURES OPTION
ON
LAND FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY TO
BRIDGE ON NEW ROUTE
TWO ROUTES ARE UNDER
.CONSIDERATION.
(Weekly Star.)
The Cairo & Thebes Railroad com-
pany ia already securing options on
land tor right-of-way to the Thebes
bridge over a new route recently se
lected by its surveyors, and options
; have been secured on land belonging
ito M. MInton and C. A. Marehihlon
east of Thebes. The road lias its
dump bilt to the point where the orig
inal survey made a curve to approach
the bridge. Beginning at thi point
the new survey runs north about a
mile through C. A. MarchiMon's farm
(known as the Hill 1'eun piare.
through Flossie's addition to Thebes,
through Samuel Dyer's O. (1. Ford's
and M. Minton's places until connect
ion is made with the bridge approach.
Another survey runs through Join
King's place. M. Minion's farm and
the county poor farm also making
connection with the bridge approach
about one mile north of the curve in
I lie original survey.
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Real Livt Dog and Wagon.
Dear Mr. Santa Clans: I thought I
would write and tell you what I want
for Christmas for fear yoa will forget
es you have o many little boys and
pins to think of. I want a dog, a nal
live dof and a ball and a bat, too.
I want a fled. No. I don't want a Fled
B'-sther. I want a agon, because we
'.wi't have enough snow for a sled,
fay, Santa. I ant a pan that wiil
which is onl on: ficto- i;; c( rrcci
in; uru:it t!.a l-bviz or
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' dress, is not more
' workmanship.
C. It takes the bcit I c'c!i to me
character, tha proputtv und rthne-i jp.-liv;
uality which is charactc; i;tsc of kuppnLcia.
it Clothes.
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Two Converts.
The first two converts from Mo
hamniedanirfnt have beta baptized at
Zaria, ia Ifaunalaml, West Africa, by
Biahop Zagwi ll. and, being nn.n of
Importance, they had to sacriflo
much in accepting the Christian faith.
Just Received by Express an
oilier shipment of Ladies
TAKES HEW POSITION
Dr. Roethe- Seven Yeart Pension Ex,
amion of Minnesota, Becomes
Neutralization Examiner.
Minneapolis. Ihc 11. Dr. H.
K(the, I'nited States pension exam
Iner at Minenapolis for the past seven
years and for six years prior to that lo
cated at Kalamazoo, has accepted s
position as naturalization examiner,
.lepartmer.t of justice . with head
oiiarters nt IVtroll. Mich. In the
f'ltnie the pension service of the en
tire state cif Minensota will be in
(barge of K. W. Young, examiner, with
b-adiiiarterH at St. I'aul.
Too Easy a Profession.
Pool er Washington thinks it Is
too eusy fiT i rsons of his race with
out proper eiulpnieut, mental or spir
itual, to enter the ministry. lie sus
:ehu the ebtablish merit uf a central
training sthool.
Coming.
At last China is awake. The Chinese
laundrymea have formed a trust and
advanced prices. Iiefore long :h-y
will 1 crackin? collars and tf-arii;?
buttonholes .like native bom ".Veli-cans.'
India's Population.
Over jxr cent of th- r.atives of
India till the land, hence the popula
tion Is scattered, and their poaer of
-operatiom is greatly lessened.
A Notre Dame Lady'a Appeal.
To all knowing Hiiiferers of rheuma
tissm. wlit". her niuscuiar (cr of the
joinis, sciatica, lumbago:;. baclach"
pains ia tho l.i'lneys or neur::l:.'i
pains to write- l.i li'-r for a hn- treir
merit which ha;, repeatedly cured uV
nt these tiirlu.-er.. Sbo ti"A3 tt 11. r : 1
.tin v f semi it lo all sufferers FKi'.K ; W
You cure yourself at home as thou
anurf win lesuiy n: cuunni- m "
iTiiUe beins necessary. This wirn pio
liKcfiverv linnishes uric acid from
blind loosc-iis I he til'feiiel joinis, jir-
iiies Hie blood, and brik'liteiis the j
eyes fciviriK elasiii ily and lone to the j
whole syste m. If the aboxe irJcre-.i ! j
you, for proof address Mrs. ST.
mers, l!ox H. otre Dair.e. Ind.
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A Lottery At But.
And those who iiuiry for- love are
last as apt to biiaip up against dis
ippointmeut as tlioht who man-y for
money.
Tail Calf Napoleon
Boots Price $4.00
The
Profitable Investtvents.
There are $!",Ui'ii iuvesud every
day ia New York city apartment
houses.
Mr
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Blood :
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poison
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Eans Pains, Can
cer, &
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Kiany people suffer from
Poison and don't kiiow it.
If vou have aches and pains in tho
Imjih s, bark ur joints, Ilcbinc peabhy J
skin. bliKid feels hot or thin; Swollen
Olaiels. lU.-ins and Humps on tl:-
J.kin, ore Throat or Mouth, f-illlr.2
hair, 1'impH'S or offensive emptions.
Cancerous Sores, 1-nnips or Sors on
Lip. Face or any part of the body,
lUsh on Skin, are run down or ner
vous. I'lcers on any part of the body.
Carhum le or boils. Take Botanic
Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) Guaranteed
to cure even the wor.-t and most deep
seated cas.s. It. B. H. drivei a'l poIs
cnous matter from the 5-t'-m and
sends a flood of pure, rich Hood dl
rt to the skin surface. In ttiis w.n
Aches kthI Psins are stoTiie.l, all Erup
tions. Sores, rimjdes, even cancer a-e
quUV.y healed a id cured.
BOTANIC BLOOD CALM. (B. C. 31
' ed of pure Iiot.-Tii- Inrrcil.enta
nRITOGISTS. $1. Sold in Ca ro, III
by W. F .Simon, 1301 Washington Ave.
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Ladies Shoes Patent and Vici.
The price for Foster's Shoes is
$5.00 per pair. Exquisite in
Style, Quality and Workmanship.
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