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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, GUNDAY MOP. NINO, DEOEMBEit 15,. 1607.
3C OUR NEW STORE WILL BE COMPLETED IN A FEW i ., 4 WEEKS i ' The handsome new four story building on Commercial Avenue at Ninth street that will soon be the home of this store is nearing completion and in order to save moving our stock from the present quarters we are making sweeping reductions on the entire line. You can put furniture in your home now at prices you never before , had the benefit of and at the same time secure only the most substantial arid best goods. This sale is worth investigating as our entire stock is included at cost and below cost. You can put the best heater cook stove or range in your home on our usual easy terms of $1 down and $1 per week until paid for. This offer includes any stove in the house. Young man this is your opportunity Marry and we will furnish your home on that easy payment plan. The out of town trade will find this a golden opportunity and will not waste their time in a trip to Eighteenth street to visit our store. The prettiest line of lamps to be found anywhere are here and will mike a most acceptable Christmas present Mr. J. E. Coakley who is now assistant manager of this store will be pleased to greet you with a smile and requests all of his old friends to call on him. Your credit is good here for any article in our store. Bring your Clearing House Certificates to us. Peoples rMrnit ure Co imp amy J. E. COAKLEY, ASS'T MANAGER. I803-5'7-9 Commercial Avenue. Soon to locate on Commercial Avenue at Ninth Street. THE GREATEST SLAUGHTER SALE IN CLOCKS ' EVER KNOWN IN CAIRO We are determined to close out our entire stock of Cloak s within the next 10 days. We have marked prices down so low, that any person, in the least inclined to purchase a Winter Wrap will see at a glance, the exceptional values we are offering and the advantage to them in purchasing from us. The stock is complete in Ladtest Misses, and Childrens Coats and the "REDUCTION SALE "BEGINS MONDA Y MORNING M. HYMAN 2 NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS MOUNDS, ILL. m December 14. 1907. Mr. lleasley Harper of Villa Ridge was iii town Saturday on business Yesterday was the mast disagree able day of the season, but what could you expect of Friday the lath? Mr. John Sinoot the butcher, had business up near Pulaski this week About 375 visiting members were In attendance at the I. O. O. Fe organ i nation Thursday night Forty-three members were taken into the lodge, Rev. Johannsen, has secured rooms (it Mrs. Clantnn'n on Blanche avenue and will have his study there. Little Howard, the son of Mrs. C'has. Copeland, was quite sick Frl day. Many of our male citizens had busi ness In Cairo ami Wetaug this week. Air. W. A. Lewis the merchant prince ami veteran Odd Fellow, of Pulaski, was here Thursday night to Fee the fun. It seems to be understood that one saloon will boldly open up here to test the local option law. Mrs. .1. II. Lufkln Is reported quite sick at her home on Blanche avenue. Her daughter, Mrs. Lou Benedict who was 1adly hurt by a fall some time ago is fast recovering. Rev. Moses and wife left on No. 8 Friday evening for Bethlehem, Pa, where they will visit until after the f holidays. Mr. Moses has accepted a tall to the Moravian church at I'rieh ville, Ohio, and will take charge of the church the flr.st of the year. day. Mis, K. J. Cause was shopping In Cairo Thursday. Mis. A. Donovan who has been quit. ill is reported no batter. in i. mumm l'ryor oi lani.MS, wa't seen on our streets Thursday... C. K. Hodges In on the sick -lint. Allen DeOue, lineman fcr the I'.dl Telephone Company, of Cairo, piixn.id through here Friday inornins. a i MOUND CITY December 14, 1907. Mr. Rd Rurgman Is quite III at his home in this city. .1. W. Dorsey of Holloway was a aislness caller here Friday. Mrs. Andrew' Devore is not much improved at this writing but hopes hi-" eiiieittiint-il for ner recovery. Miss Kate MeNeile, who has been attending the Forest Park Conserva tory of Music, at St. Louis. Is home or the holidays. Mr. Ben Echols of Wood ville, Kv.. was In town ou business Friday. Mrs. E. C. Moss is one the sick list his week. Mrs. A. S. Devore spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. J. F. MrClure in Cairo, HEWS FORECAST FOR THE WEEK LITTLE BUSINESS EXPECTED FROM CONGRESS TILL AFTER HOLIDAYS; BATTLESHIPS TO SAIL Leave Hampton Roads Monday Sec ond Trial of Editor Harden Begins in Berlin Tomorrows-Other Events. Washington,- Dec. 14. Little busl- nei-it u( importance is expected frotti cr tigress during the coming week, or, lor that matter, until after the holi day recess. Secretary of War Taft will again be at bis denk after an absence of several months spent In ' his journey tc the Philippines and return. His return will doubtless bring out a new crop of political stories and rumors In regard to his candidacy for the presidential nomination. The fleet of sixteen American bat tleships will leave Hampton Roads Monday morning bound on the H.oOfl mile Journey around Cape Horn to Snn 1-Vanrlnrn The Anariurt will Nearly all of our stores have spec-be witnessed by President Roosevelt Clam Fritters. Make a batter of two beaten eggs, a cup of milk, a gill of clam liquor and a pint of flour that has been well sift ed with a teaspoonful of baking powd er. Stir In two doten chopped clams and drop, by the spoonful, la deep, boiling fat. Cook until brown, drain in a colander, then on tissue paper, and serve hot. Advertisements on pottage Stamps. The Norwegian postal autlwltlea have under consideration an applica tion for permission v to print adrer. . tlscmcnts oo the buck of postage stamps. It Is proposed to devote the proceeds to tbe erectiun and mainten ance of a sanitarium for consumptives. n Kohi ANo c: nl displays of holiday goods, the wln ows are tastefully decorated and al together the town Is taking on the usual Christmas aspect. .Mr. 13. Joseph, of Cairo, was up Saturday looking after tho business of the People's Furniture company a this place. Several of the farmers around VIII Rldgo are preparing hot beds to try raising early cabbage for market. The Ladies Aid society of Villa Ridge gave an oyster supper Thurs day night which was well patronized and highly appreciated by every on present. Mr. Will J. Powell, will serve hot coffee sind lunches in his old saloon stand in the Stern block. Mrs. Harry cramlhtam will move his family here from Marlon. III.. In A few .lava will twnu-v f h. hntteo Mm Blanche avenue latlv vacated bv Mr. and ,.Vrs. Moses. I. .... ..... 1:1. - .. . t a I things said alout an Inter-urban rail way or a McKinley system, or was we dreaming? Mounds needs something like that. ' UNITY, ILL. Oecember 14. 1907. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Houe and r hit dren. have arrived from Idaho to visit with Mrs. James Fitzgprald. Mr. J. F. Alexander, was here a few days ago representing the Hamilton I Brown Shoe Company of St, Louis. Mr. J. W. Thorn ason. of Anna. ws here Tu-day on bnine?s. Mr. Ccbbnm. of Murpbysboro. who has been on a hunting trip at Horse shoe Lake returned to his home Tburs Ixuen Stophlet, Sr., was among th 'r.iro visitors Friday. Miss Lurlene Bartlett Is at th home of her parents from' Oxford Ohio, where she is attending the Ox ford college, she will remain here during the holidays. J. C. Ford made a business trip to Mounds Friday. Mrs. Warder Harris of Mounds spent Friday with relatives here. Mr. Mike Murphy made a business I ilp to Cairo Friday. j. .m. ixing. or Hoiioway, Ky.. wa it' town Frldav. H. J. Hilcinan' and John Walker. of Olmsted, were niemliers of the party of O.I.I Fellows who organized lodge t Mounds Thursday night They returned to thHr home Friday II. CooM-r was hi Cairo on business Friday. Mrs. win. Neadstine, daughter Jes ie. and son George, have returned from Qnlncy whre they have nient the past few mon;h and mhere leorge i attending college. Tbev will 1. 1 w-iid thf boll, lava here. There w! be a men's meeting at he M. E. church thi (Sunday) after roon at 2.30 o'clock. Good Advice. Lord Brampton tSir Henry Hawk- 1ns ) r-'ehrate4 Ms ?:h birthday re cently. mh-n he gar this iharacter Istle altict-: "Never jret mixed un a Isws jits or the law. I think I know something about It." Vandalism an ML ef Olives. The olive trrs on the Mount of Drives bate ben destroyed by tour- find an official party on board the Mayflower. Announcement Is made from Rome that a secret consistory will be held Monday followed by the usual public consistory three days later. Several .relates wilt be elevated to the csrdlnalate, brt no Americans will be among the favored ones. The second trial of Maxmllinn Ha den, editor of Die Zukunft, on the charge of having criminally libeled Count Kuno von Moltke, will begin In Berlin on Monday. The trial of some of the Colorado land fraud cases will begin Monday In the I'nited States district court at Denver. ine nrst hearing in tne suit re cently Instituted by the United States against the so-called Powder trust Is scheduled to take place Tues day at Scranton, Pa. Notable observances will be held In New England and other parts of the county Tuesday In commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of John Greenleaf Whlttler. tbe "Quaker oet. The Harriman Fish fight for control ol the Illinois Central will be re sumed at the adjourned stockholder meeting in Chicago Wednesday. At Trenton. N. J.. Thursday. Rev. Edward J. Knight will be consecrated Bishop of the Episcopal Missionary! district of Western Colorado. A national convention of the Far-1 niTs' Cooperative congress will a ; semhle in Pe Moines Tuesday and j remain In session three dars. ! When you hear the breakfast beli-and know steamlnfj hot buttered' cakes are ready to be eaten -with. delicious "ROKLAND MOLASSES' It's not surprising that you gt la such a hurry for Roklaad Is th most ap petizing', augary, old-fash lonad auar houae naolassaa mad la the Stats of Louis iana. you have ntvtr used "RokUnd" order a gullon to dy And learn of its delights AT ALL GROCERS C. r. OK Distributor Insect Food. j Pesides tha locust, tbe Insects which ! are aalea for ftxd are tba bnsong ! men or jiurua ai.3 tt s,--ra. a ' lat aite moth found among the i palm trees cf the Writ ladiea i j ; 3 BENO & WILLIAMS TIN, COPPER zzi SHEET IRON WORKS Steel Ceilings, Cornices, Skylights. Etc. 810-812 Commercial Avenue Steamboat Work a Specialty Cairo Phona 447.