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5T: THE CAIRO .BULLETIN, . SATURDAY .MORNING, MAY 9, 1908
?Tfemrrf7f-Ya No woman can bp happy without children; . it is her nature to love them as much so as it is the beautiful and pure. The ordeal through which the expectant mother must nass is so fraurht with dread that the very thought fills her with apprehension. There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either very painful or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend pre pares the system for the coming event, and it is passed without any. danger. This.remedy is applied externally, and has carried thousands of women through the crisis with but little suffering. Write foi book eontainlDi Information of Tlnt to all cxpccUDt mcjtlJert, . BRADFIELD RBULATQH OO. AllmnlM, Om. mm ..... .,.,.;: : . - . 1 Use A NEW PERFECTION u Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove Because it's clean. Because it's econom u. ical. Because it saves time. Because it gives best cooking results. . Because, its flame can be regulated j instantly, Because it will not overheat your kitchen. Because it is better than the coal or wood stove. Because it is the perfected oil stove. For other reasons see stove at your dealer's, or write our nearest agency. Made in tljree sizes and fully warranted. eteady light, simple construction and absolute safety. Equipped with latest improred burner. Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room, whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealer's. STANDARD OIL COMPANY ' iVt; . i .UMIU'VHATH' . IIIJ.II1I I Ulll'JI" ""! Wom Worry If you arc side, don't worry, but begin at encefci a i r ii m l i i i a. .. no matce yourseu weu. io uo this, c dui repeat I m t nil i t it v i Si;;n words or tuousanas or otner suuercrs ivom l 'I womanly. TMF r when we i5.! - E . loo & '1 It Will Helf) Ybu For,50 yefirs, tins wonderful female rsmedy, lias been benefiting: sick woinon. Mrs. Jejune Momt'If. m of Canibridse Citv, Iml., savs: "I suffered, greatly with female trouble, ami the doctors dii;ro good, jj They wanted to operate, Lut I. took Cardui, and it F niado me feel like a new woman. . I am still using - J this wonderful medifine with increasing relief." l ALLDEUG STORES ... MUUIIUUUlttlt tit t.ttt t UUUUM tt I NEWS FROM -OUR NEIGHBORS 2 i rn mtmi in ova i 1 i ? rs ? nr ir i m iTtr ! ..... ... I.Vuw Moiiu.l Cif. May 8. 1908. Vm. Sum Hurst was a ea'!T Wi'ilnrs-lHy. . Mi; r?. I. nut. Nation who wnn th pm.st cf 'rint!vp nt Anna n-turntvl In lie Ti!Pla;.. '.Vi. J. 1 AWnl jhh-Ic a biislnm trij', to Cairo Wi ln .sil:iv. ?.n. T. T. Tm-nT' vWtl r-lativH pi.1 frli-ricls in Anna VvlmS'lay. Mi KU)1 l.itfle ' lia nTP.tf.l a ltonit ion In H. H. nh'n)an ptoro. Tii silay nfT a Mpek's Aisit at 1'nity. . . Karri n iiial" a Im-inrFs tri to Cairo Tlnns.lay. ."'.is( Kat l'owi-11 who hat hn th" guHt of Mrs. K. Brithm n-tunml to hrr lionn- tn JoncslKiro Thnrsl.iy. Mrs. T. It. Rallarliy is on the nick list Mrs. .! P. Ua-lrn i .itfl n lativiv in Cairo Thiiroilay: Con TaVpy anl Evrrvtt Ca'vln have 8rr-to.i positions In thf bos phf n. Maxir llaydr-n Is visiting in Cairo. May .6, 1903. Mrs.. Will Webb ftf Pa'lucah, guet-t of Mi Winifred Jarkson. I Morion an. I laiiKt.t'r vtsitfil niiin.-i'lc's n'lativcK .Sunday. Mis No"l . n Iiiti'licad visited in fitmirl ili!l Sunday. , Mii" .N'cliji anil Master . Ward Bur ris of Doiu-ola r.-c.-is of Vienna relatives. .Mr. L. Williams and Miss Helen .Molil are visitinii in HarrisburK. The Vienna Si hool of Telera'phy is r ;hln open alter a two weeks' vara tion: Judge V. Y. Smith, of Carbondale, wi-? her. on business Monday and Tuesday. Hen Smith, of Cairo, visited Iarry Xewtrn Tuesday oveninp. K. K. and Arthur Throcinorton at-l-:id tb funeral of their aunt, Mrs. '. V. Hayes, at New Hurnsides Run day. Mrs. Anna Turns of IJelknap isited Mrs. A. G. MtGiU the first of tin! wh k. 1 lie first home prown strawberries ere in the market Monday. Wni. Goddard. north of town, ws nitiated into the mysteries of Odd Fellowship at the laht regular roet in. Mr. K. Redden has returned from vis't t Knreka Sjirinps. Ak. Dr. Grintead an eminent physician it Cairo, wa herp Tuesday in con sultation ith rr. A. J. Brown, on irroutit of the serious condition of Marion Gilliam, youneost daughter of nir worthy pi'Triastr-r. I. N. Elkins is at.lc to be out after lenerthy selce of malaria. Prot Beiublossom of Herrin, ha: hers of the board of education, P. S. Sanders has bought tin? roul- deuce property of Dr. T. E. MvCrII on West Vine street. Mises Nell 1. Gray and Lida liar- vell left .Monday morning for Cnrbon- dale to attend the spring: term at the Normal.; , Noel Whitehead and Dr. G. K. Far rls have returned from n trip to St. I nils. , , , , . . Mi and Mrs. Henry Mohl and. son Edwanl, spent Sunday with friends in Grand Chain. Mrs. U L. Siuoot and Mrs. W. G Lambert, have returned to their home In Marion after a visit here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Vandell. MOUND OITT May 8, 1907. J. J. Moore Made a business trip to Cairo 'Wednesday. .1. E. ' Coulter is having a doubk cottage, built on Upper Pearl street. ' Mrs. Robert Pevore so greatly im proved in health that she returned to her home on Upper Main street Wed nesday. . Mrs. Lucy liuikhead and son, W. H. Bulkhead, spent Wednesday in Vien na, where they attended the funeral of a noire of the latter. Mr. Burk head returned home Thursday but his mother will remain in Vienna a few (111. vs. Mrs. Harry Perks of Mounds, was shopping in town Thursday. . Mr. Roy Adams made a flying trip to Ullin Thursday. Perks and Iliggins have began the erection of a brick building adjoining their livery stable. The building w be one story and will be used as warehouse. Mrs. Harry Senne and Miss Blanche Faulkner returned Thursday from a visit with relatives at Du Quoin. Wni. IVMeiskcr is building an addi tion on his home on Upper Main street. Mrs. Thos. Higgins was a Cairo shopper Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slack are enter gaining a nine pound baby girl who arrived Friday .morning. Mrs. Slack was formerly Miss Mable Kennedy. . Mrs. Kisnerjias sold her two pieces of property here and will leave soon for Carbondale. Win. Montgomery was the purchaser of the property which is located on High stret and Mrs Dick Johnson of Levings, bought the property on Main street, just north of S. McNichol's residence. . Mr. Sol Davis returned Thursday from a business trip to Chicago. A Californian's Luck. 'The luckiest day of my life, wai when I bought a box of Bucklen's Ar Jiica Salve;" writes Charles F. Bu dahn. of Tracy, California. "Two 2"e. lioxes cured me of an annoying cast; -f itching plies, which had .. troubled me for years and that yielded to , no other treatment." Sold under guaran tee at all druggists. 1 1 THE OH. SOKE Examinations Ordered at Cairo and Elsewhere to Secure .Eligibiles For Government Positions. The United States Civil Service commission announces an examina tion May 1,', 1908, at Cairo, III., to fill such vacancies us may occur In the positions of laboratory assistant in the bureau of standards, at salaries varying from $0oo to $1,200 i er an num, and vacancies requiring similar qualifications as they may occur in any branch of the service. , May 2-. 1!NK, at Cairo, III., to fill several vacancies in the position of lumberman, at $l.soo per annum each, in the forest service, . depart ment of agriculture, and vacancies re quiring similar qualifications a.s they may occur. Appointees are paid ex penses while traveling. May 21. 1!"8, at Cairo, 111., to till several varaucles in the position of scaler, nt $1.4oo per amii'm each. In the forest service, department of ag riculture, and vacancies requiring sjniilar qualifications as they may pv r.ur. Appointees are paid expenses while traveling. June J, irS, to fill a vacancy in the liosition of superintendent of tele idione. construction in . the forest, ser vice, at $1.5oo per annum, nnd vacan cies requiring similar qualifications as they may occur at the same c r lower salary.- Then positions are lor field service In the western part of' the United States, with no wir nianent station, and require much travel. Employes are paid traveling expenses from station to station. , June 3-1, 191'iR, the examination scheduled to be held for "junior en gineer" on May fi-7, at Cairo, BU, to (LI from ten. to twenty -vacancies in the Technologic branch ofttbe Geo logical Survey, at salaries ranging from $1,020 to $."!.00t per annum, and vacancies requiring similar qualifica tions an they may occur. :. June 3 4. 19'g. the examination wheduled to be held . for "junior chemist" on May 6-7. at Cairo. III., to fill a number of vacancies In te Technologic branch of the Geo'oEpal survey, at salaries ranging from $1. v to !?.o-i:i per annum, and vacan cies requiring similar qualifications, as t'tey may recur. June 19, 190. to fill a vac ancy in the position tf lithographic stone and plate- polisher, at an entrance salary of 2.. a day; In the United States leo!Oi;n-ai punry, arw utttuvirn in quiring similar qualifications its thfy may occur in any branch of the ser- mmnmmmmimi um . i 'J 1 - I MM mat I eg- ifOf mm j OThtiR NATIONAL LEAGUE. tt ...... ." At Cleveland. Standino. Clevelatiil-netroit, rain. P. W. L. Pet. 4 Chicago .15 11 4 .733 - At Washinnton. Pittsburg ,...118 9 -92 Score. R II K New York 17 U G ,17 Washington 3 7 1 Boston 18 10 8 .5f.3 Philadelphia 2 7 2 Philadelphia 18 9 9 .SOU - Batteries Hushes ami Street; Cincinnati ....13 5 8 ."85 Bender "and Smith. Brooklyn 19 7 12 .3(18 St Louis ..17 - 4 U 335 At Boston. Where They Play Today. Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Pittsburg. Cincinnati ut St. Louis. At St. Lpuis. , St. Louis, May 8. Raymond pitched good ball and was given errorless support. Score. St; Ijuis Cincinnati ' Batteries Rayniond and Marshall; Tozer and McLean, ;,, R HE 3 a o 2 5. 1 . At Pittsburg. Pittsburg-Chicago,. rain. . At New York. New York-Boston,, rain. ., At Philadelphia. Philadelphia, May 8. A hatting rally in the ninth won for the locals. Score, Philadelphia Brooklyn Batteries McQuillan Mclntyre and Bergen.. and R 11 K 1 11 4 3 4 1 Dooin ; New York at Boston. Score. Boston New York Batteries Winter, R H E 0 8 1 3 12 , 1 Burchell and Carrlgan; Manning and Kleinow, At Chicaqo. ' Chicago-SL. Louis, Wet grounds. THREE I LEAGUE. 'At Bloomington.- F.lnoiuington-Dubuque, rain. WESTERN LEAGUE. i At Dps Moines. Di'K Moines Sioux City At Decatur. Dec-it ur Hock Island, rain. At Peoria. 'Peoria Cedar Rapids, wet ground AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing. New York . Cleveland . . Philadelphia St. Ixiuis . . Chicago . . . Boston .... Washington Detroit ?. jW, L ...18 11 7 ....15 9 ....23 12 18 10 .....16 8 20 8 .....18 7 .....13 5 6 8 8 8 12 11 10 Pet. XII .COO .000 .550 .500 .400 .389 j .333 Where They Play Today. St. Louis, at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland.: .. Philadelphia at Washington. : 'i.f f n t; "PT-' WORLD'S GREATEST WEALTHSTREAM FLOWS PAST -NEW YORK COR NER METHODS OF TRANS FERRING AND GRADING MILLIONS. New York, May 8. More, money passes the coiner of Broad and, Wall streets In New York's financial dis trict, than any other single point In the world. , According to an estimate that has just been made, the amount of money moving past this corner every minute, of the working day is $CiOO,000 or $i;o,Oi:0 for every tick of the clock. This , tremendous .wealth Is the daily, contribution from Wall street to the subtreasury of the United States. Approximately one- At St. Paul. St. Paul 7 Unisville 2 . . At Minneapolis. Minneapolis 5 Indianapolis 1 . ). At Kansas City. Kansas City B Columbus 4 D Innings. At Milwaukee. Milwaiikie 2 Toiedo 7 COLLEGE GAMES. , Columbia, Mo.,, May 8. Kansas Uni versity 2; Missouri 1. V." . 1 , " " ' 1 ! n m CAPTAIN JAMES OWEN, WELL KNOWN- CITIZEN PAS6ED AWAY FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY. The Paducali Sun says: . Padncah yesterday lost one of its imminent citizens when Captain Jas, OvTeiTpassed away at 11:30 o'clock at Uis residence, 821 North Sixtll street, lifter an illness with kidney trouble, le was one of the best known resi d'iits of this community and one of the widest known steamboatmen along the rivers. Captain Owen was horn October lfi. 1810, in this city, which had been third of it goes by in gojd and curliis home oil his life time. He was rency and two thirds in checks.. The the son of the late Captain Valentine precautions .which are taken tl guard (Owen who .started the ferryboat busl- this tremendous store of wealth are noss between PaducaJi, Brook port as little understood as they are un- and Owen's Landing, across the river obtrusive. Messengers carrying mil- many years ago. At the age of sixteen lions pass this coi ner every moment 'years Captain James Owihi comnienc unobserved except, by the paid "shad-' ed his river career as a pilot, while ows" employed to watch and guard ( in i he was granted his license as n the nioney-hearers. wnne all tins captain, which he followed ever since, money, enough every day to pay the i),-nR his life he commanded the national debt and a few ether things, 1 stoanier8 nine -. Bird, steamer Ferry is at large the old method of safe- v.. Owen and Ilettie Owen, but live guarding it is no longer in evidence. Vl,rs nKO bo avc thc niauagement Kvor since an express company britig- ,)f th(. f(,,ri,oat (.n account of bis ill ing a shipment of $7,000,00) in gold hralth. simP lm.n it has been Jn to the subtrcHsury forwarded It In charge of his brother. Captain Rob n in Vienna jcttrviewing tb m-.m Vk, wagons on which sat men armed with Winchester rifles, the old method has gone out of vogue. The result of this single,- case killed It for such a mob collected, attracted by the sight of armed men. that it was imimssible to unload the coin. As a result a new style of guarding this treasure has grown up. Few people realize that when they pass the subtreasury they are passing a veritable fortress. Such, however, is the case. Gold and other forms of currency averaging $.Ti0 ft.;0, 000 are deposited behind giant door.' which weigh 4fl.fNMV pounds each and cost $30,000. Within the si'btrea?ary there is an armament of 100 rifles with 12.000 rounds of cartridges, LH1 revolvers with 1200 rounds an.f chief of oil 4 galling guns with 22,000 rounds of ammunition. With this armament any attacking mob could lie repulsed in a few moments. In addition there are tn the chamber of wealth 150fl Itonibs with cunningly ar- rangnrl peep holes through which they can he dropped. A single shot in Wall street would call out a company of', protectors and a fusillade would summon a regiment ' to protect the wealth which flows br the corner in the greatest stream of gold in the world. A meeting of the Arab Fire Com pany was called to .eonsMer the plan of oi Ra.nizing the company on a -mill tary bsis,i to protect the . city from possible raids by guerrillas. ert Owen, He and bis brothers had owped the craft since the death of their father many years ago. . ... Captain Owen was a bachelor and a mild-mannered, quiet gentleman well liked by everybody, and especial ly the thousands of children of thi city,, who were his. great favorites in going back and forth across the Ohio river on . his boat. He was always cordial, jovial and gente to them In the manner which won the stranc love of everyone. He was a liberal bighearted man. and the city suffer- a distinct loss by his dissolution. He is survived by two brother? Messrs. Biack and Robert Owen, and one sister, Mrs. Ann 'W-oolfolk, all of this city. The World's Best Climate li not entirely free fr"tn disease, on the. high elevationr. fevers prevail, w hile on the lower levels malar t Is encountered to a greater or lea f r-x tent, according to altitude. To cr come climate aff'ctlons las .ode. malaria, jaundice, biliousness, fever and argue, ami general dehility, the most effective remedy Is Kleetric Bit ters; the great nlternoatlve and blood purifier the antidote fcr every fono of bodily weaVne!s. nervousness, and insomnia. Sold tinder puarnntee at nil druggists. Price r.Oc. Have The- Bulletin on your break fast table every morning. It will cost yon only two xnU per dj. ANourishmgfei us;, Mmmm :::.'.:;.3s'S , 'x ' ff&es? ... m?r., . lhese are im . " times when the poor "Hwa wprk, to get something toMlk : eat and the rich work to get an ( appetite. Shredded Wheat satis fies both because it is economical W5J andw .nutritious.. Two Shredded psfcijL Wheat Biscuits with milk or cream, bfr will supply all the strength needed for. work or play -at a cost of five cents. , fgmft ' vii-nnia.l Ileal illv Uin.UU VTCflf -i,V.-i 'If in win If you pour milk over it (hot milk in win- JUa4$? r A. LilS- m The Government "Green Slamp?,Seals every Imule ol our Kye or Bourbuu 'Llekiur. 1'oSiuVd pfuol ll.t SunnyBrooli Tf!f PURE. FOOD Whiskey h Ijoitlrd (n lu nmural Btete. ONLY AflR HAS MBI.I.OWFO AMD l!LAVtKKI) IT. The II. 5. INTERNAL KEVCNUB "OKtiBN 6TAMP" U ONI.V found 'en (rnuinn: fiafnral v litH iek. .nil tliVre in i'pnl1 ef l.fHKI I IM:r tWO VliAHs" IMKI)NMtNT loc"ny lllrg.l ueol ihl "OKIiCN iTAWI'." Kunry Hrunk is nil KHAL Whlrkcy anil it is ImpoclbU to imi tuW iuaruma, fluvur nud mclliiwneMibjritiliiiul iik)u. ;j, ' SUNNY BROOK DISTILLIiRY CM, Mlerma County, Ky. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT. K 1 . 'It. TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE SPECIAL ASSUSSMUST Many persons paid their general taxes for this year .HI2FORE the, spec'al assessments or special taxes on thch property were returned by thc City Collector to this office for collection These assessments must be paid w ithout delay otherwise co ts will be added. Cairo, III., Moy 6th, 1908. FRASK E DAVIS, County Collector. 111,111 MWti J Disappointing. TI:. brain at the. cmtnont German fTrTT",' oiif an Pa linguist who could ak 50 different j i!Aihiut ;J kirn in Macks. tenirimKCH has bwn examined and i V. r!T p nn.i Wi.es. trlnii foiiinl to differ In no ilepreo froin Hit' brain of ttie man who split infinitive in but one tongue. Cleveland l'laia Dialer. Valued Same Gold. B. G. Stewart, a merchant of Ted:!? View, Mj.,.. sa.s: "l tell inv cus-toni cr when tliey buy a tmx of lr. Kina s New IJft Tills tliey zit tho .rl! ef that much pol l in weitiit, if affiiet-d with constipation, malaria or bilious ness." ?!.! uiiibr guarantee at all druggist.. r.e. Tht.Skeptlo Again. "1 ice the Jary b. rpturned a ver dict of guilty in the cae of Mrs. Wat tlcson, who. whs on trful fcr swln dllngr "What", the matter? U sha old. or homely or both?" Sep our reatly-to-car Voile and P a n a in a browns rimmed an I j,iajn. t s,., this lii Mnri ....... ........ i . -ttlrs l'cr: ri'-cs lo e t Lovebird Learned to Talk. . A lovebird, no !arsr than a canary, fcai taught Itself Ut ik aa fluatlr and ai distinct:- as tfce bent of talk ing varruta at the village of Amblo ii!. London Paiiy Mall. Dally THeug'-t. Tli'i'iiht Is food for the spirit as rtrh a bread Is food fur th" body." - Prentice M:;lf( rd.