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rT," THE CAIRO : BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1903
i . i t if,-'' 1 1 ' " " 1 '"" 11 ' 1 1 1 111 I TAX PURCHASERS NOTICE. Ml I V ' THE CAIRO BULLETIN Htb!llhd IBM. rbtlth4 Dally tad Hands? bj BalUttiu Subscription Rates by Mall Invariably Out la AdVMiM. On TMr, Dally and nm4y . -W.OO 8ubcrlption Ratoa by Carrier By aarrtm In Culro .SOc a Month oy oarnttr, onmae 01 UMro..-auo a uoBln Notice to Subtcribera fljbaorlbara Jlloaiife. a favor k-MoHli to itala offlea any 4ck of croup! daUtarr on n p. i ur carrwra. ntorad at tk Cairo Poatofflo ai iMond-olMi Mall Mattar. CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Average number of complete and perfect copies ' of the Cairo Bulletin printed dally and Sun day during the year 1907 2116 Average number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Bulletin printed dally and Sun day during the mouth of March 1908 2036 ' March Circulation. 2001 1C 2013 1 . 2 3 4 6 6 7 8. 9 10 11 12 . 13 , 14 , 15 . 2012 ,....2009 2013 20C2 .....2034 .....2016 ,....1954 2020 .....2035 ,.i..2010 .....2016 .....2011 2011 196; 31 17 , 18.....'. 19 , 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ....2038 ....2033 ....2020 2025 ....2024 ....2080 2041 ....2090 ....2081 2105 ....2105 ...,2090 ....2095 ....1998 20C1 administration la concerned. What will be done after that he In not prepared to Kay. But the leading saloon men do not favor reopening on Sunday and the bent public sentiment In the community Is strongly against it. Sun day cloning Is one feature of that sys tem of "regulation" for which eonser vatlve sentiment in Cairo stands Rtrong'y and saloon men probably will admit that, had the proposition last Tuesday been less radical had it beea regulation with a firm hand instead of extermination the vote against them would have been very much greater. The election demonstrated, what has been demonstrated manv times, that the people of Cairo are lot easily taken off their feet they are not easily carried away by waves of impractical emotionalism. Aad saloon men will do well to show their appre- iation of the people's decision to give them "a chance for their white alley." They will have to admit that there was much canso for complaint aganst them and they owe It t i themselves as we!l is to the people who stood by them in the recent contest, to conduct their business so that there mav lie little or no reason for complaint. the dining roi'm were beautifully doco. rated, presenting a gorgeous appear ance. The army ami navy were well represented, and General ltiayman was present. The principal booth.' were in charge of Miss Ubhie John ston, Mrs. Dunning. Mrs. Sehutter, Mrs. DtVassa, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Maird. Mrs. Charles (laligher won n beautiful watch that was rafffed. Miss J -mile Sloo was voted a handsome diamond ring, having 104 votes over her highest competitor. The net pr :tif on this ring was -the entire pro ceeds of the fair being about $!,SiKl. JUST A FEW MINUTES WITH THE FUNNY MAN. TODAY IN HISTORY Aoril 27. According to the Melodramas. ienevieve, the Sewing ttirl Whv we can't explain C read ful villains try to hurl under neath a train. Etholwjn, the Kitchen Maid, cannot go to work. Hangs of scoundrels,- she's afraid, in the parking lurk. Want Vote? No! American Woman Does Not Desire Right to Ballot By ALGISTA VON S. IIMNROCKLL Australia Koniaa Leader. Marguerite, the Pretty Cook desert the sink. For upon her trail a "dook" minions slink. After Housemaid Geraldine, rascals yelp. That is why, or so I ween wives can't get help. must and his vicious horse Pil- The above is a correct statement" of the circulation of the Cairo Bulletin for the year 1907 and for the month of March 1908. CLYDE SULLIVAN, Business Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before uk this first day of April, 1908. ( LEO KLEB, hPotary Public. 91- ISiij-j'8'lC- The Bulletin la on aalo at the fol lowing placet: Coleman's, 214 Eighth street. Halllday House Newt Stand. Blue Front Restaurant. Congressman Hobson will have tt lieep hopping if he wants to keep ui with all the nations which are en gaged in war like demonstrations c r preparations. Of course, all such dem onstrations or preparations are aimed at Uncle Sam and he must keep ahead of the hounds. People who read base ball news will find it just as interesting this season as last. Sumo changes have been made in the rules of the game but the lan Kuage in which the game will be d,: scribed will be about the same this season, and the average reader will flud some entertainment in guessing wfct t it all means. -Philip the Bold, rounder of the second House of Ilurgiiudy, died. Porn 1312, S. P. I!. .Morse, inventor of th telegraph, born. Died April 2. J $72. Derne. Pripoli. captured by Am erican marines. Maria Christina. Queen cf Spain, born at Naples. Died at Havre, Aug. 22. 1S7S. IK22 Cen, flysses S. Grant born Died .July 2::. iss;,. ! SC.'t Mail steam or Anglo-Saxon wrecked off Cape Race, with loss of 2"7 lives. S7(j Queen Victoria declare, press of India. LSI 7 Grant's Tomb. Riverside New York, dedicated. Matanzas, Cuba, bombarded by American srpiadrnn under Ad miral Sampson. Docile. "I go to grand opera first to hear the orchestra and seondly. the sing ers." "And on are wise. The orchestra never refuses to appear." Not a Call Down. "Yoiiiiu man." said the prospective (at her in-law. "1 understand that you smoke igarettos." "Yes. sir " "Have you promise, 1 the coupons to anv one? ' Pa re investments. "How about those iiiestm nt you were to look up for me?" "We have done so madam. 'Vo can offer you a first mortgage on a incst desirable fortv-foot front faster hat.. "Tiie liainl that rocks the cradle rules the world." ''Womanly women sway t he world through subtle home influences." l'rettv trite phrases, penile?, sound ing in mine cars like old, half fore-nlten tunes, but I crave knowledge of the scv whose individuality is a striking feat lire in the history we are writing for an other posterity. It is true that to the woman America has verita bly proven itself to he a land thm ing with milk and honey. So milch freedom of action has been conceded to her that the (jtiestion naturally arises, is she perfectly satisfied with her status? Socially, unlimited power is hers to command, but politically she is non-existent. Xow to the crux of my query. )oos the American citizeness desire the franchise extended to her? From keen and careful observation I have drawn the conclusion in the negative. There are many women striving, I know, through the heat and labor of thy day in this land whose inane t-pells Liltorty to win for themselves enfranchisement; but for the majority the right to exercise approval or otherwise in the interests of their country is a matter of little moment. It is thus the evcry-day Atncii- 1 . - ... 1 1 , ... ! , ' , 1 , M I iuii woman muuiis n'veaieii 10 me, ine srrauger witnin vour gates. Australia is the first country to rive woman the political ri To the Southern Illinois and Mis souri itrldge Company: C. & K. F. Itai'road Company; C. T. Kail road Conma-'y t .ml the Grand Tower C. O. Rail:-oad Company, and all other per sons interested. Yen and each of vou are hereby mu'fled that on the 20th day of July A. I). 19a at the Court House In the C tv of Cairo, in tin. County of Alexander and State of Illi nois at a 'i.ilnic sale of real estate, for unpn'd taxes and costs, by James S. Roche, collector of taxes in and for said Alexander County, Lee B. Davis purchased the following described rM. st.' to. situate ii. the County of Alex in ler. lo-'vu- Part of west, half or southwest ;ua:tei conta'i.ing 5.70 acres, and paC of the southeast ouar- r of southwest quarter, containing .)! acres, all in section 4. township ", south of base line, and range 1 west of third principal meridian, and axf1 in the name of the C. & K. I. lallroa I Company. Part of the southeast quarter cf sec- ion s. o Paining 15-lno acres and pari f tin: northwest quarter of section 9. mtuJtr.ns I'i'.S acres all in township ), soma oi nase line and m range OFFICIALJIRECTORY. ! Illinois, Cairo, Alexander County, Population 16,147. Mayor, GEORGE PAItSONP .. .. Clerk, K. A. HATCHER. Treasurer, THOMAS E. MAIIONEY City Attorney. FRANK MOORE. "Comptroller, ERNEST NORDMAN. Police Magistrate, A. J. ROSS. Chief of Police, M. S. EAGAN. tor congress. I claim this proud (list inet ion for my nation, the youngest among the. kingdoms dnd republics of the civilized world. Through its deem- it has proclaimed to the dwellers of the vast continent lapped by the waters of the South Pacific tUt,- should a woman candidate be fortunate enough to head the poll, she shall have the right to sit with the men elected in the federal parliament. Prominent Xrw York suffrage enthusiasts have twitted me with the fact that the adult vide was thrown a: the feet of the Australian woman: 1 V v est of the third P. M taxed in name ol the Southern Illinois ami Missouri Inidge Company, also a pn n. el land on' ; ' the southwest quarter -i! oiu iea:d niiartcr of section 12, town ship It soiiti' of the base line and hi ran ye :! west of the third P. M. con jtaiiiing ....;: acres, and taxed in the 1 1 am.- el the (. . T. Railroad Com- lit i ,- .hi- ! i ! i- And the .imefi.r redemption of s siii eal i si. ile. from sab' will expire on the L'tdh day of duly A. D. 1908. LKH li. DAVIS, Purchaser. Dated at Cairo. Illinois, this lOth day of Ami ii. A. I). 1908. Alexander County, Population 22,407. County Clerk, JE8?B R. MILLER, Circuit Clerk, LEE It. DAVIS. Sheriff, FRANK E. DAVIS. State's Attorney, ALEX. WILSON. Coroner, DR. JAMES McMANHS. County Sirporiutemteml of SchoolH. PROF. JOHN SMYDER. Assesaor and Treasurer, FRED P. NELLLI3. Board of County Commissioners. J. J. JENNELLE, Chairman. GEORGE PARSONS. ' Drt. EDWIN J. GAUSEJ. this is on ;df a I'tiism, When Au-tralia gathered her different states members of the federal bodv imaniiuoii.-h TAX PURCAHSERS NOTICE. IS98- ; Curator Foraker, of Ohio, has been talking vigorously of late. ' In a speech before an assembly of negro Methodist bishops, he used language implying that he stod ready to bolt the Repub lican party in case Taft or Roosevelt were nominated , for the presidency. Speaking of Taft delegates from the south, he said: "They do not belong to my party, and I will not belong to theirs." Biography. William l.orinier, representative in engross from the Sixth district cf Illinois, was born in England, Apr! 27, lfxU. When five years old he emi grated with his parents to the Pnited States and in 1S7o the family located in Chicago, where young Lorimer re ceived a public sbool education. 11! father died soon after and at the np if 12 William went to work as a sigh winter's assistant to aid in the sup- ."rt of the family. He continued in various trades until ssr,. when he he panic a real estate agent, later enter ing the contracting business. At about the samp time he beennie prominent ui Chicago politics as an active Repub 'lean and soon was one of the recog nized party leaders in that city. On- if his first public positions was that )f superintendent of the water depart pent. In ISH5 he was elected to eon- eress and continued t'i serve until IH01, when a political landslide swept Mm to defeat. Two years later, how- ver, he was again returned to cuu- ress and since then bo has teoa re-i lccted. In Convention. When bnlies gather now and then They set example to the men. No liply squabbles then S''e We And all is peace and harmony. perpetual Just as Good. "Is there seth thing as vouth?" "No; but there is such a thing a yoi'th for a lifetime. K-r ius;an--e. the contemporary portraits of ties actress are the same papers print"-! in IS 1 1." In Bofton. "I understand that someihinr Inter (sting has happened at your beii-e, Waldo." "Yes, madam. My infantile sist i has developed what appears t be a bicuspid." toeV'tlier IIS U commonwealth tie members rtf tbe federal li,lv nlcminionJ I a.meeu to giu- I lie ileseeint.iius ot tne litotleor colonists adult sm race, but UI tne separate slates the battle had to lie foiiehf tliroiedi lon.r car- of i unwavering turmoil. Along the line of the icbrv who what are the I tangible results? "No miracle nchiived. but a sten.lv progress toward a ! sound citizenship." is the verdict of the men and women weaving nut their destinies in the island continent. A Bird's Vision and Man's THE LABOR WORLD. That Cuiro will have to do some hustling to make good the population figure set for her by the late city elec tion is the cpinion of many. Accord ing to the vote as recorded we have about 23,000 people inhabiting the thirteen hundred acres enclosed by our levees. Two years ago a school cen bus carefully taken by Superintendent Clendencn, showed that we had nearly lO.Oim population, with about fifteen hundred additional in Future City, our northern suburb. A great . deal may bo drne iu two years in the way of boosting a city's population also on election days. ' Those Kentuckians who took si much interest -In Cairo's moral wel fare recently, sending fervent and numerously signed petitions to our merchants to influence them in tbe recent city election, seem to have great heaps of rubbish at their ow n doorstep. Lawlessness has bei rampant over there for many nioutb. , and lately threatens to slop over fr-n-i Ballard comity into Cairo. Judge Bugg. In his charge to tbe Wickiiff j grand Jury last week, urged that bod to go after the bank roblx-rs, boot leggers and skulking tobacco bandits. From the editorials in Mr. Hearst's American on political corruption, tp1 mitkes it plain to the miner leaders of the Independence League' that they must not ?xpct much boodle this yar. It may be anticipated that Mr. llearsl will not himself be a candidate, for he always- opens his barrel when h heads a ticket. This was par ticularly evident in thse parts drr ing his presidential campaign three years ago when Rev. Col. Sam Small handled the Hearst slush fund here and tried bis best to corrupt the lemocracy of Alexander county In the interest of Mr. Hearst. The Rev Col. Sam Small seems since then to have become convinced of the sinful jipss or mien practices an. I is now a "irformer." wice I CAIRO IN 1864. : .1........... The ciacarmakers' Union will vote Hi an amendment to uie general con stitution providing that a member ol Jlie iutertiationa! for 2"i jears may draw upon any b-cal union for the same to be deducted from his death benefit. At a recent meeting in New York tiie National League of Itaseball Clii!. decided that the live million ticket. t i be used during the pn-sept base ball season should bear the union label. An effort to standardize the waae? of engineers employed by the various state departments and institutions ol Massachusetts is to be made by the Boston Engineers' t'uion. working ia conjunction with the state branch f,f the American Fed. ! alien of Labor. All indications point tot b" bircest convention at Hoston. next Auuiist that lias ever gathered since the last; 1 ion of the Inti rnatimial Typographi eal 1'iiion. Many aid nst hat hav heretofore failed of representation HP' arranging to send .ieley.ifes. mass nieiting of citizens, called! By a referendum vote of Stov hy Mayor Baker, was held iu front of i . Mounters and Sie. 1 Ranae Workers he City Hank. Mr. Allen addressed International 1'iiion lias derided to 'ho meeting, making a trulv el' uuent 1 hold a general coincpti n this, year ppeal to the sons of Southern Illinois ! Tin- ( onveiiiion will ass intile in Chi A special committee of the city ouncil, consisting ot Williamson. Mor as and Clancj, reported against grant ing a petition of saloon keepers ask ing a reductPn of saloon licenses. Maiiin Walsh was elecited by th ouncil assessor and collector of taxes 'or the year 1S1. Mrs. Mary K, l.abaugh. wife of Rev. I. P. i,atiani:h. died at her residence iu Cairo, on April L'lst. By OR. CASEY A. WOOD. Noted Ochthalmolofisl. A study of the eves of the lower animals, especially of birds, is likely to throw light upon the biology and pathology of the hu man visual apparatus. In oilier words, the practical ophthalmologist studies the. eyes of birds only tu better understand the care and treatment of the eyes of man. In bir.h we have the highest type of vision. The very existence of every bird depends upon good eyesight wilh which to escape it ne- To Cassie Bernard: The Ugal In-'r.- f Cassie Kertiar.l. and all other per :-i,'iis int. rested. You and each of yoi .are Ii-miiv liouhe.l that on thf- ;;iMli day o, July A. I). P.iim;. at the Cotnt liens. In the City f Cairo, iu tin Couutj ol Alexander and in the Stati ol ll'tPie-.. Jnnes S. Roche, collector of taes in an i for said Alexandei County. ; ee Ii. Uavis purchased tie folic wing described real estate, situ ate in the Countv of Alexander, to wit: Let numbered o in block mm; lured 2 in Cassie Bernard's addition to the town of Sandusky, taxed in tie name of Cassie Bernard. And tin time for redemption of said real es t ite, from said sale will expire on tin ;.lith day of July A. 1). 11)08. ROSA JUNKS, Assignee. Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this 21!rd cay of April A. I). 1908. i TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RY& BELT LINK rr duo u leve Mttouud M. ok north on UuuiujriuUI Ate., Tery II uiiu n from . m. to II p. m. QoIuk north on Walnut Ht. every is Bilnnto 'mm :08 a m. to lu:M u. iu. i'OHI.AR HT. LINK Holbrook A. ear o leave Heconu Hi. ireiiiK n.irth en Haltoro Vt.. at &:f78.; :; 8;S7; 7ria a. m. ud ui me alnntei ererjr honr notil IU:4'J and 11. t p. m, (iolDf weit on Tweniy Eluhth gt. at l:Cl 1:1; 6.M; and 7:04 a. m.anrt on aame) mlu attiievpry hoar until 10:34 and ll:U4 p. m. Poplar tt. can due to pagi Bt. Mary'a nark A udniite" anr lTlnir Second Nt, BKLT LINKOWLOAKrt north on Walsot ll:S0 p. m. l'i:84 a. m.j 1 3D a. m.; 1:N a.m. J 80 a. m.j 4 80 a. tu. 6:80 a. in. North on Oommercial ni:oo p. m.; l:nn ji. 1 00 a. m. 8:00 a. in. M a. m. t a. m. Belt and Owl cara are due to pan Wn I'hlrtv. fourth gt. IS mlnntei after leartni Second tit, iiAiiDG llvmann an...rH,.. tmlr lr, i.i urn iur f inc noit. . i n,. Mil It n.t.1 ,...... ...: .IliiO.r.r km.nn. i.miw. u..tti ... .mi). I.. (r l.,,., ,rrr, ' ' Madame Josephine Le Fevre, , Ulnul fcl.. I'lill..l,i., l-a. Dy H. C. 8chah. 1 TAX PURCAHSER'S NOTICE. To the .V...M. 1-J. Church and to C. A liiic uli'l 10 o'llain food. Some niaiuinals. i '''archildou, and to all other persom fislics. reptile, aa.l ann-l.ii.iu -et throu-h ! .il,,,',Tst'''1- You amf each of you ar. J,., , . , ,, ... , , Itereuy notiheii that on the 2Stli dav o' life fa.rly well ut!iout eves, lmt lliere are r,l!y A. . at , ,.,., no liliihl bird fatiiilies. As an cxanijile of the visual capacity of some l.inls one ia,i ljUt to think for a nioinent of a hawk ioise.l several hun.lred yun.l.s above a meadow in which a chicken, or cwn so small a living object as a field mouse, is hidden. In a few seconds after the arry in sighted it is seized l.y tin- hawk, wl : Aar i'-jsht has not only dejected ii.s hiding place, but whose wonderful in-cnniiulativo apparatus permits of a sure r.nd continuous fixation of sight from a distance of several hundred Me ters to one 1. -s than a meter within an in rede.ly short spa. e of lime. Vliri.il iolis cf this Wonderfully ycllte vis! ife seen ill other bird.-,; piicklv that the human in the huutti.in bird thai dart. here and then eye cannot loitow twig ; in the woo. shmh, and bran. ' good diurnal with . equally as well in ti Uird vision, ti l'th ns to acuity and variety, but it repeats the oft-told tale of the cor relation of sight in the animal to its life history as witnessed chiefly in tbe pursuit of food and the scape from death or injury. If. then, ;is opb ihaimologists ue engage in the study of the physiology am! mechanics of the vision of bird.-, it is v.i 11 worth while. it. and ul suddenly conies P re-1 oek that l'ies tliroii'ih thick woo, as if tbev were nonexistent : in an almost invisible ivoidinr ,.Very tree, owl that combines Contrary to confident predictions made before the recent, city election, the saloons of Cairo were not reopen ed yesterday, the first Sunday after the cverwhelmlns defeat of prohibi tion. All were closed as tijrhfly as they lifive been since the mayor's order n as issued. The mayor has declared that the Sunday closing order is pep- sr,ncnt, so far us the remainder of his and Seventh ttreet. The two halls an I to enlist in the defense of their coun try, lie was followed by Ceiurai r'rank I. Blair and Col. Itinaker in pa triotic speeches. The IVinncrat ipietes from the Me 'ropolis Register as follows, rcar.liii Senat-r William ii. Crcon's removal 'o Cairo; "The cnmmiMiity will re tiret to learn that our est-i nu d and listinsmishcd fellow citizt n. the Hon. Win. H. Credi 1ms detei mined to. or aas pernai'S l.y tins tune, removed from this place to Cairo. Be has been a resident of this pluc for many 'ear! vve believe from his first com mencement of the practice f law. He has twice represented this county In (he lower bouse of tln legislature, and is at present representative of thiu dis trict in the senate." The Democrat notes that, tbe Sir-fers i f Ixirctto were obliged to siisp.-n I building operations, ar. the soldiers took away their lumber. Father Lam bert called ;n the different military authorities, in the hope of having the matter remedied, but signally failed. A few weeks later the building, which was not inclosed, wan blown down In a storm. The ladies of the Episcopal church held a fair and festival oa t'-- even ings of May 17th and ISth. at Winters block, corner of Commercial aveutn cairo the third week In July. The Austrian printers and mitai workers .'ue nearly all working n!ir hours ad ay. The textile and food winkers have still longer hours. The women work, as a rale, even long.-, h- urs than the men. bat this is sup posed to be made up by a longer rest at noontime. Cardinal Gibbons the highest digni tary in the Catholic churn- in the t'niteii States, urges the purchasing of union labeled goods as the b.-st r.ad most practical method of abo'islihic sweatshops, in a serai n to his eov pregation recently in Baltimore he urged them to discriminate in making purchases iu favor of such employ ors as treated their employes with justice. od nocturnal vision, and in the hglisher llou sees w.-iier as it ill M- in the air. n. is not only the highest expression of eyesight. The Remedy lhat Always Corn ZEMO i fcnznir.rt th mm hrmrtt tn4 Bccwful nedicine in th wotli to-inr. lnnilr rrttfrrt trj n-ai.'tr erl Berrr,!. tirntljr currf bczema knil til itching ftkia iiicuct. Oct livlle tu. Alt Utiitt'is(u VV iiu tor Knplc. r.W.RoeltineCa. St. LLls. H. For sate by Paul G. Schuh L Song. No Caste of Nobility in France By MAX N0BDAU. In Frame the caste of all the nobility hfts eea-od to exist. 'I'be revolution ended thetn, hanisheil t'leni. tore in pbves their tiarthtiienls and letters patent, destroyed and burned their castles, appropriated their estates and thoroughly abolished them. The emigrants who returned a quarter of a century after the deluge were mere memories gho-ts. spooks, apparitions: tliey had lost their reality. Napoleon sought to re-establish a noi.iiity. He tould cr-ate titles, but not an aristocracy. Keu the titles have become worthless. A tlavnr of the iideiitiircr clings to tho-o assuniing ti tles, for every mi,' knows n.o-t of them are usutd. Tliat they are to le found in the l'.hio I.r-ki inid registers protes nothing, for clever swindlers n-sume the title' ojo.-.f iiu t families, tin gi inline owners beiiiff no longer ai'h' to challenge the;,- right. n ibis manner thev jk.-si ss tin uiseixes of coals-of-aniis, g n .dugit-;.! tnes and family history, entirely genuine c. ccpt that the honors do not l.t long to those that bear them. The very few families who have inherited a legal title of nobility in regular descent from father to son no hmger form the first ranks of French society. In matters of state they have nothing to say. In diplomacy and in the army they arc scarcely to be found, and in tin.' leading professions not at all. They have no power and therefore no inilm nee. They are not the rii lu st and then-fore are not the most elegant. The greatest mil lionaires do not think of cultivating them. Hat her they expect to be cul tivated by them. They would smile if any should e.-teem them honored by liecoining related in marriage with jn ople who !ear crests or coats-of-arms upon their visiting carls or carriages. They do not regard such things as an honor. iu the City of Cairo, County of Alexan ler and State of Illinois, at a publb sale of real estate, for unpaid ta.xe and costs, by Janes S. Koche, collec tor of taxes in and for said County o' Alexander, Loo 1!. Pavis, putchase.' the following described real estate situate in the County of Alexander lu-wit: Let Numbered 5 iu block numbere. ." in the town of Hedges Park, taxed in the name of the A. M. E. Church. Al-io let numbered 1 in block mini bered Is in the town of Hodges Park t-ixcd in the name nf (J. A. Marchildou and the time for redemption of said ral oitai". from said sale, will ex pire tbe L'Xtl, day cf July A. p. 1!UX LKI-: P. PA VIS. Purchaser. Pated a Cairo. Illinois, this IOC e .y cf April A. P. pms. TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE. Unpallant, Even If True. Woman's way? What Is it? Th Ait, B-av AvArv tlmo Chlom. 13am. thing aua become somebody. Mungr. ai Heraidl Youth the Time of Opportunity. Vouth ia the opportunity to do Bom- To Felix Hagler. Ceorge W. I'arks W. F. Alsup, (Jeorge W. l'owless, Po lock and Hnhner. Con Manley, K. .1 Hedges, . Y. Shook and the Trustee: of the A. M. P. church a el all the! persons inn n : t, d. Yen ;i:id each o. von ar ' In.1 by m tilied that on tin ::otli day id July A. p. I'.kk;. at th. Court House in the City cf Cairo County of Alexander and .State of Till nois, at a public sale of real estate for unpaid taxes and costs, by Jamet S. Koche. colli dor cf taxes in and foi said Alexander County. Leo !. Pavb purchase,) the following described rea estate, situate iii the County of Alex aader, tov.it: I.t numbered .1 In block iuimb"ic. r. in Fice.e's secolie addition to the town of Sandusky, tax e.l in the name of W. F. AIsup. Lot numbered i ill block numbered .". in Freezes second addition to tin town of Sandusky, taxed in the naim of W. F. Alstip. Ix.t numbered 1 in block numbered in Freeze' second addition to tie town of Sandusky, and taxed iu the name of Pjillock & Puhner. Ixd numbered 2 in block numbered 11. In Cassh- H'-ma'-d's addition to th town or Sandusky, taxed in the naim ( r U. Y. Shook. I i t numbered t iu block nuinber",' ". In Ca.-.sie lavnird i; addition to th' t wn ef Saadusky and taxed in tie name cf the Trustees of tli" A. M. L Churcli. Aad the time for r-.b mption of sat: eal I'it.li', from said tab, will expir i n the :;ntb day of July A. P. pins. i it. payis. purchaser. Pati'd at t.'airo. Illinois, this ':)r da i f April A. I), irms. Gained Their Point. ' The girl students in the Pennsyl vania Academy of Fine Arts have had a concession granted and may now smoke cigarettes in a little room es pecially dedicated to that purpose. They had been ordered not to unio-H In the corridors, so "fought it out' with the directors, gaining what they call a "moral victory." mameo io t-i,je urnnvn. Vnder the English law of the elgh teenih century women were absolved from all debts on marriage. Fashion able women who had list hcnvilr at cards sometimes wedded a - criminal on his way to the gallows to escapo their creditors. t Civilization's Advantage. A Chinese actor in Honolulu was badly beaten by iron bars in the hands of disapproving auditors. How matil fest are the advantages of civilization, which prescribe the less violent stala egg and vegetables. FIRST BANK AM) TRUST COMPANY o09 61 I.Ohio St. Cairo. III. CapUal Surplus $250,000.00 00,000.00 A Change. Twenty years apo respectable French families welcomed translations of Rnalish novels. They could put tteni vltbou! feir info the bands of Heir Kills. That would be a very rL-ky c-cririeut low. The Christian Strong and well equipped Progressive, Yet Conservative, Inquiries are Invited as to Cora any's functions as Executor, Admin 'strator and Guardian; as. Klsci. gent and na Trustee for Indivldu d? and Corporations. Safety Boxes for Rent In Our Steel Vaults. DIRECTORS: J. S. AISTIIOMPE, President. "' , II. S. CANPlilO. Candoo Insurance Agency. , TIKIS. P. COTTF.ll. Cotter Uros. & Co. RKEP GREEN. Attorney-at Ifiw. i W. P. II ALU PAY, Pres. Cairo Elec. & Trac. Co. H. E. II ALLIPAY, Pres. II. L. Halllday Milling Co. ANPREW LOUR, Capitalist. PAUL G. SC1IUH. Pres. Srhub Prug Co. THUS. J. SMYTH. R. Smyth & Co. W. II. WOOD. Pres. Wood & Bennett Co. M. C. WRIGHT, Capitalist The Largest Deposits or any Bank in Southern Illinois.