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rfJI; THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1908
Ottutttiiitttttttttttetttttttt.tttetttttfftutt JEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS 1 ftren and Moraa; McQuillan and Jack- 00000000000000000 do 0 o ci 00 00006000 0000000000000 lltsch. ' ' AMERICAN LEAGUE. o o the HOUHD OITT in July 11, 1908. Mr. an.t Mrs. timi. Check, of Fort Oglethorpe, Ca., are the r.iumt of the fornior'a mother, Mrs. Alta Taj lor, and bin Kltnr, Mrs. A. J. Dougherty and family. . Mrs. Burkheinu-r uiiil brother ot Alounds, wore in town Friday. Mrs. Robert Traiituin and little MIhs Mary Ingert, of 1'aducah, are the guests of Mr. fln.l Mrs. Geo. Eiehhorn. MIks Florence Stonhlet left Friday for OwenRhoro, where she will be the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schiller, Jr., were the guests of relatives at Levlns Fri day. Mr. nad Mrs. H. C. Atibbaiinh nude a business trip to America Friday. Geo. Ichhorn went to Grand Chat'i on business Friday. Mrs. Harry Hood, Mrs. Will Pfeffer, Misses Rthel and Flora Dougherty spent Frlilay In Cairo. The body of IS. F. Utley, aeer.in panied by the bereaved family and a large concourse of friends was taken Friday morning to Belknap where It was taken to the M. E. church lyln?, in state from 7: HO to 8:30 a.m. when services were conducted, by Rev. Lan dis, the pastor of the church and Rev. J. W. McNeiie the district, superin tendent of tills district. A lare num ber of Iiro. I'th-y's friends from Vienna, Belknap and the surrounding country crowded the chinch and there was scarcely it heart In the large ronffiep.atioh Mit felt the pain of this parting. After the service the remains were taken to the Masonic cemetery where thy wi re laid1' to rest. Mrs. I'tley and the fatherless children have the deepest sympathy of the entire cVininiunitv in this sad hour and the reason for this we humbly bow to the will of film , who Have this good life to i s for these few short years. "Blessed are they that die in the lxird." The following friends from this city accompanied the remains to, their last resting (dace: Mrs. A. L. C niptou, Dr. and Mrs. Hall Whitakcr, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Parker, Mr. and Mrs L. C. Perks, Mrs Kate Rubards, Mrs., Florence Ma lone, Mrs. V. R. Rodmaii, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mills. Mrs. Ruby Richey, Mr. and Mn. Hit, Keller. Mlnses Kate Schuler and Hat tie.' B. ll.iw'ey. Messrs. A. J. I tii:Klierty. ReJ Blum Roy Moore. Kd mw, Win. Pmter, U D. Stophlet Cha. Uve?ay, ,T; A. Waugh. W. A. Wall, 1. V. Handb-y. .1. W McNeiie, Wllllaanvf and Wm Montgomery. Mrs. A. 1.. Cou.pbm, Mr. and Mis. W. T. Parker, Mrs. Hi r ence MaU.ne and Mrs, Utley and fam ily remained in Pell na.. to ihit rein tivc-a. Dr. iiii.l Mrs. Whitaker aro (.nests of relatives at OlniRtead. Dr. llos.in, Sr., of rmnville is town this week on Tjiislness. Mrs. W. A. Dougherty was a Cairo visitor Friday. A party composed of Paul Walker Puul Darragh, Floyd Easterday, Hal lie Heed and Walter Schuler drove to Cairo Friday evening. Little Alma Utley Is Seriously ill. July 10. Mrs. Fannlo Sheridan and chil dren are visiting relatives in Rosebud. i Mrs. It. Redden and Misses Bernard end Annie Winchester of New Bun sides are visiting relatives In . Vh'iian this Week. Mrs. Ban Dills and children of Mt. iCaruie!, ate guests of Mr. and Mrs CI. IkieFatrMBO, MY. ami Mrs. Frank Thomas have gone to Golconda to visit relatives. I Mister Ixniie Reauman of East St. Louis, is a guest of his friend, Mas ter Paul J Whitehead. I Mrs. W. K. Galeener is visiting the Misses Carrie and Clara Beauinan at Tunnel Hill. Atforney W. A. Spann is attendiim court in Mound City. Mr. H. Wort fan of Gilmore, Mo., is a finest of his father, east of town. F. R. Johnston, north of town, hen returned from a visit to relatives in Peoria, III. Dr. Will Rose of Cypress was in Vienna on business Thursday. 'The tent meeting conducted by Mrs. J. Humphrey has closed. The new converts will be baptized In the pond in the fair grounds ueft Sunday after noon. The Kpworth League will give a trip around the world on next Friday even ing. A pi,od chance to" visit all th" countrli s and see the wonderful sights. The Aiw Society of the Baptist church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. N. Vardell. That of the Chris tian church in t lie lower room of the; D-mr.eiat office. The M. E. Aid met in the basement of the church. Senator A. J. Hopkins will be in Vienna Wednesday the 15th. from 10 h. m. u:itil 5 in the afternoon. Hon Thus. H. Sheridan has an- tliis week as a candidate for nounce, tlie lllrv ?,S Id. A. .1. opponent a lively race. Perkins was taken suddeniv ill Wednesday evening and for a time was in a dangerous condition. Is much iihprovt d at thii writing. Mr. H ,L. Copland is a guest here of h r nu.therin law, Mrs. Maggh r'.imioii. I Standing. St.. Louis 75 44 31 Detroit. 75 44 31 Chicago 75 42 33 Cleveland 75 41 34 Philadelphia 72 30 36 Biston 75 34 41 Washington 73 2S 45 Ntw York 76 29 47 .587 .587 .560 .547 .500 .453 .284 .382 At Philadelphia. Philadelphia. July 11. The Chicago team played their second sixteen in ning game In two successive days. Score H H E Philadelphia-. 4 15 2 Chicago 5 11 1 Batteries Viekers and Schreck; Walsh and Sullivan. At Boston. Score Boston Detroit. ,. ' Batteries Burchell and Donovan, Payne and Smith. R H E 7 13 2 3 i . ! Criger; At Washington. Scorft R H E Washington 4 6 2 St. Iritis 2 5. 0 Batteries Hughes and Warner; Di- neen, Bailey and Spencer. At New York. Score RilE New York 3 7 1 Cleveland 2 2 2 Batteries Hogg and Sweeney; Liebhardt arid Bemis. Second, Came. Score R 11 E New York 3 6 3 Cleveland 2 7 -i Batteries Lake and Kleinow; fier cer Bemis and N. Clarke. THREE I LEAGUE. At Clinton. Clinton, July It. Ronan's home run won the game. Scorf RUE Clinton I! 11 it Dubuque . . 16 0 Batteries Baker and Smith; Gur- ney and O'Brien. At Rock Island. Rock Island, July 11. (Walsh al lowed but one hit. Score R II E Rock Island 0 1 1 Ceilar , Rapids 1 4 2 Batteries Neal end Eng; Walsh ami Simon. AS E BALL 7 i OTHER 4PgRT5 r NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing. P. Chicago Pittsburg .. New York . Cincinnati Philadelphia l' rton .... Brooklyn . . Sr. Louts .. .76 .vr .76 ,r.r .75 .71 W. 41 10 43 4i 31 MO 2S 28 28 ;:i 36 "6 12 43 46 Score PHts-buig New York Battel ies were unable tlget bits off Willis. I lor and Bresihaii. Pet. .611 .605 .573 , .526 .46'! Cincinnati, .4 1 haul and gav .3!4 1 Score .378 Cicclnnati . Iti Moll At St. Louis. R H R .(142 .16 3 lW(, sieles Ludig:l Score I Chicago . . i Phlla.lelpbia His and It II B 6 8 0 2 I 1 Gibson; Tay fit Cincinnati. ly 11. Spade was hit ix basses on balls. It II E 3 6 0 2 2 Butteres-4ade und Schlei; I.iudar St. Iouis. July 11 O'Rourke s muff i,.h and SiJi .oil.l. t..r the Olliy iuh Wa- icniii"i" made. Score Ht Ixiuls Brooklyn Battnies Raymond and Wiihelm and Bergen. Chicago. Chicago, ily 11. Philadelphia pojindeil Ru4cti for two triples and I ne second. It H B 2 11 0 6 12 0 At Pittsburg. Pittsburg. July 11- The visitor!' At Blpominotnn.. Blooiiunglon, July 11, The locals were unable to bunch their hits. Scon R II E Bhomington .'. fl f 1 Decntur 2 6 0 Batteries- Rslllnc, Fox. and Wil son; Landeriullk and Fisher. At Peoria. Peoria. July U The locals found Moore a puzzle. . icore - R H E Peoria 2 7 4 Spiingfield 6 13 3 - Battel le,s-Wilder, B05 ie and Wolfe; Moore and Donovan. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o lit and White Leaving out all other considerations, these two qualities always center our attention on 4 sYLPH F o o o o o o o o o a o o o o I o 0 OUR Every family that uses this flour is ready at all times to speak in its favor because it is not de ceptive. It is not experimental. It is known and established in every home that is accus tomed only to the best This is the one pur pose of Sylph- FACT o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 o o o o o o 0000000000 00000 An" den, O! My! she falla da drop So fas' she now no can stop. Aiut it Awfeel Mabely? Da Cardinal da Dodge' da Wash', alia 'tree Such harda luck, O! Hulla Gee,' flay basa ball, but notta for nie. Aint It. Awfel Mabelv? "... , At Columbus. Columbus 3 Toledo 0 At Louisville. Louisville 1 Indianapolis 2 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Estate, of Charles E. Hessian, deceased, The undersigned, having been appointed executor of the' hir.i, will and testa ment of Charles E. Hessian late of the county of Alexander and state of 1111 tiuis, 'deceased hereby gives notice that he will appear before the comity court of Alexander county, at the court house In Cairo at the Septeni ber term, A. D. 1908, of said court, on the first Monday in September next at which time all persons having claims against .said estate are notified and requested to attend' for the purpose of having the same ad justed. All persona indebted to said estatf are requested to make Im mediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 12th day of July A. D. 1H08. JOHN B. GREANEY. Executor, At Minneapolis. Minneapolis 10 Kansas City 4 At St. Paul. St. Paul 12 Milwaukee 4 Second Game. Minneapolis -6 Kansas City 3 WESTERN LEAGUE. At Omaha. On. aha ', . . ; 1 Ui -coin 0 P.alterles-4.dbaeh, Overall Lund To cure a stomach trolle, first Digest the Fdd At Pueblo. Pueblo-Sioux City, rain, no game. At Denver. Denver 9 Des Moines ' 6 That b enentit The pain it caused by undigested food, which irritates the stomach lining. ' The stomach can certsinly never get well while that irritation con tinues. No need to doctor the stomach. And dieting helps but little. The vital thing is to do the stom ach's work. To eat what you want, and digest iL Then the Stomach, in little time, will do its work itself. There is only one way to digest all fuod. That is KodoL Pepsin digests albumen only. Starch requires something else; (at tometking! else. Then bowel digestion must be Accomplished too. lhat requires nthrr ingredients. It require an exact combination to digest every food, and it must be in liquid form, iffidol is that combination. Id test tubes, ia our ltrrories, wo have set digest every food that man c It does tlame hn the stom ach, in one- of the time. One can't c the stomach by, giving it hajy help. There arey partial digesters perhaps ykt tried them. But. hoWt rarrful vnu arc with your dtere i food which thry can t 04 -The irritalontinues. But KodJiatever you eat, dixests it at! and completely. Please provdat our risk. See how instant I relief. See how quickly the sVh recovers You will Jr again permit yourself to sffrom indigestion. Out On the firs .NOTES. Several youngsters have been doing nice work on the diamond this Reason. but when It comes to the genuine sar erfpnier8 nn the slab be sure to 1'lnce ah X opposite the names of William Donovan, of Detroit, and V11: 11am Dlneen of Ft. Louis. Manager McQuire, of the Boston Arierlctina says he Is mighty glad President Navln of Detroit refused to Klvc a nickel for "Old Cy" Young. "Si pose Navln had flashed the coin," sf.ys Jim. "and I in a fit of reckless abandon had taken him on. O cracky." Boston has another Tom McCarthy. The original Tom was a star fielder, while the present Thomas 1s a pitcher who has made good with the Boston Nptlonals. antee. H it fl do all we claim. your druggist You take no $1.60 bottle much as t'nc E. C DeVVitd antee bottle of Kodol a signed guar- ns vour money. whatever. This IjJ ICi times as ttle. !fade Ly , Chicago GIOVANNI OA ROOT. Da Poora ( ubba yel'a and rave She Jump an' pul her Marcely wave Cos da badda Pirate won't behave. Aint It Awfeel Mabely? Di Yank' he play Ilka da stiff llo driva mos' out' ol' man Gilft So Clarfea be quit so quick as Jiff. . AInt it Awteel Mabely? Da Welta Sock Ieada da top on Keeping nuppy. There Is 110 doubt soma selflbh satis faction In yielding to melancholy, aao iuucliig that we are victims of fate in blooding over grievances, especlall; It more or less imagtnaiy. To b bright and chees ful often requiro an effoit; and In this respfact, as U Othera, e requiie to watch over an( matiagd ouisulves, almofct as if w vere somebody else. Sir .hibn Luh bock. SUM JIM You appear well satisfied, Bill. Something pleasant must have happened. KAT 1JILL I caught a burglar last night, SUM JIM Brave boy, tell me about it. FAT HILL The villiau was after mySugar cii. He tovuid a can and smacked Ins lips with Mich dc.lht that 1 heaid aud trapped him. Delicious Sugar (Ilea Sugar House Molasses is especially recommeudtd during the hot weather. It toues tip the system, invigorates old and young. Sugar Glen contains more nourishment than meat and U not ns heating. It makes youfrnuscles hard aud strong, your step quick and firm, your braia clear aud active. Try it during the summer months. Insist 011 Your Grocer Glvlnti you SUGAK GLKN SUGAK IIOUSLI MOLASSKS Guirauteed uuderthe Pure Food aud Drugs Act, June 30,1906. U.S. Serial Number 13905 Write for a Fat Bill Apron to A Fortunate Man. One day a young niatrou to the mar ket place did go, where she bought an oyster plant, then set It out to grow. Said she: "Next wluter we'll have oysters, freah oysters every day, and what a savng it will be, with uot a cent to pay. Ob, but hubby should be thankful it was his lot In life to get such a saving woman for his own llttlu wife." Lavender Water as Disinfectant. According to a great French chem ist the free use of lavender water by those who must nurse contagious dis eases will greatly lessen the dangers of Infection. It is certainly a more agreeable disinfectant than most of those In common une and gives a fiesh, clean odor to a sickroom that is fery agreeable. Nature's Warning. If the eyes close Irritably at th light, If they twitch or the eyelid Jump or blink rapidly after som; strain of work, if the eyelids reddet in strong light and nervous crows feet or wrinkles appear around th eyes, any time hefora at least 50 year,, of age, then trouble Ilea ahead if th, eyes aie neglected. Pleasant Cough Rsmedy. This baa rarely been known to fai In giving relief: Roast a lemon ver? carefully without burning It. Whet it is thoroughly hot cut It open in od end and squeeze Into a cup containing three ounces of finely powdered sugai Take a spoonful whenever your c'ougl troubles you. It is excellent aud mo agreeable to the taste. Daily Thought. Do you aver look at yourself wn?u roa tl-u? another Plantus. FREE Wings Ice Cream Cones FREE THE AIRDOME THEATRE "JUST AROIINIJ THK COR.NER" Reiween Commercial and Washington Avenue on Sixth Street. BIG KKELS OF PICTURES fl THOUSAND FEET OF FILM SHOWS FOR ONE ADMISSION im iL.t-us"rFgA"rE:o songs MONDAY, TUESDAY, VVbDNfHUV, July 13, 14 and 15. NJftTn Every Lady, and Child under the age ol Twelve years attending an? performance on these 1U I L""njree lights will receive one of WINU'S full size 5 cent ICF. CREAM CONES. FREE Wing's Ice Cream Cones FRFE 5C Picture Show 2 Protect the Birds. The extermination of the birds, th "policemen of the air," H a possibU calamity of an extent not easily con celved. Competent authority pr dicta that It would not only make sue ressful agriculture impossible, bit would be followed by dstructlon ( Dearly all vegetation. Island Home of Bats. Bats were the only family of native mammals found cm -the thousands of small tslauda In the Pacific. These Is lands are so far away from the g.eat continents that no mammala but the flying bats could reach them. The va rtety of Lata known on eaith U about Tenement Death Rate Heavy. About 2.um children under five years UU die in the Now Voik ten ment dlsttitu each r...uih HONEST DENTISTRY-HONEST PRICES Gold Crowns - $3.50 to $4.00. Silver IMlings - -50c up Gold Fillings - - $1.50 up Platinum Filling - - $100 Plates that fit - $6.00 up Remember wc da nut raise these prices, but do exactly what we claim. THE HARRIS DENTAL CO. 213 thjhth Street Over Path Theatre Office Open Evenings and Sundays.