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U THE CAIRO BULLETIN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1908.
.'-1. . , ,....... . ', v-ayf' Mrs. Joe ('auge is visiting in Anna, MOUKD PITY Rugust 23, 1908. Mrs. W. V. .laic-aid and Mrs. Kn-y wen? anions the Cairo kIioimmtk Sa I' ll.'. la..-. M is. Nannie AlilT arrived Saturday to lu tht m-st of her tester, Mrs. A I. AlilT ;i:i.l Miss Zctlia Uverstrei't. Alias Jessie Sclmler. who lias t--lit the past few weeks with relatives at All. Vernon, Iinl., an. I visilins tl." Maniinoth Cave, Ky., nluriied holm Balurdu..' 1 Missis. A. Nelson and Sol Davit returned Saturday 1'ioiu Chienso where I hey i;ient the past week on a pleasure jaunt. Miss Marie Fisher of Mounds chopping in town Saturday. Mr. Marry Senile has aeceptei P sit ion of day policeman of our Mr. mid .Mrs. W. A. Dougherty son, Willie, aLso Air. and Mis. h. Martin' Hud son, Kussell left wai-' I Un fit y an-! ( leu. Sun lay for a weeks' sojourn at Ciiicoso About t."0 o'clock Saturday morn i 1 1 H a man attempted to enter the window of Mrs Fred Hoffman's room at her home on Railroad avenue and High 8lreet. Mrs. Hoffman was awakened by a noise outside an I stepped to her window to ascertain from whence it fame when she J surprised by seeing a man descend lug a ladder just beneath 11)'! win dow. She awakened the iieWliliui' hood with her screams and the Intru der made good his escape, It was not learned whether he was whl.fi (.. colored. The erection of Air.. I'leas. Heath's new residence on CoiuuielHul avenue is well iiinler way. News has recently been received from Albert Duty, a former .Mound City boy, that he ha- re-enlisted i'i the 1'. S. navy utter having received honorable discharge following tint-' .".us oj eiiiisimeui . lie is mnv 'is sistant (imirtermasler on the battle ship (leorgia. We are glad to heal ood news from any of our bt. .-, for no matter how old they grow they will always Ti, hoys to our citizens. Miss Rose Alulloney left Saturday evtning to spend a few dais wi'ii Mrs. F.d. Stuart of Cairo. Mr. Will Mathis and two liMV daughters of America- were in town Saturday. A. J. Dougherty returned Saturday frcin a three day's business trip r.t Stuarts I.andiuf;, Mo. Miss Florence Stophlet was i Cairo shopper Saturday. I'rof. ileasley li R Friday for his home at (Iraysboto, 111., where, lie will attend !i',e K'-M-'tt wcddhig anni versary tf his rents. The s.cial tvhi h u have been i v. :; A -(i:ii--.la,'. evening by tin ladies t f the e.Mtahodisl ICpiscepal church at the bonie of Alessrs. an I Mosdamcs ,1. I.. Urandt and W. T. i'arker has been ptistiuned indeli-nitel.v. 111. Aliss l.eua Reichert is vlKiting ii: Cairo. Mis. Alice Scanlan, of I'llln was tin guest of .Mrs. J. w . tiartleson ovei Sunday. Miss luda Moore visited in lielknai this week. Alisr Delia Iteede is visiting ii Mufiud City for a few days. .Misses lii'by Stevers and Nina liar tlesoli left Tuesday for Martin. Tellli. to enter school. Air Warren nartleson and tlaughtei .Mrs. Maggie Allen of .lacksonvilh Kin., returned to their home Wednet day. If. I'. Kvers and wife spent Sunda.t in .loppa with Air. and Airs. A. L Fvers. Clarence IVarsoli of Chandler Okln., is here for a isit with relative iit'er an absence of about three ye in . .Mlsii Kmnia Stahlheber is visitini in lU'lleville, 111., this week. An: on Tandy, colored, shot am killed Fred Roper, colored here o'i ait Saturday night. Mis. dim Alil'f spent Sunday wit relatives in Mound City. Miss I,et(a (Jaunt lias returned froi a b it to .Mound City. MOUNDS, ILL. -itu Aucjust 24. 1908. C. (itrich of the Palaii '. visited SI. Louis las' delighted to se about the intern' Sunday August 24, 1908. Mis? .May llowkius spent with relatives at, .Mounds. C. S. Britton and children were the guests of relatives at Villa Ridge Sunday. , A. A. Austin made ahusiness ttip to Cairo Saturday. Mis. F. A. Hays and Mrs. ('has Hot' far have as their gr.ests. the Misses Jessie and (ieneva Hryant of Fara gov.ld. Ark. Mr and Airs. Ki ilrei: of Aletropolis, siic-r.d a few davs thifi city. E. C. Moss and daughter wre the guests of A. S. Al family in Cairo Sunday. Air. ('has. lloffar left Sunday for Louisville alter visiting relatives here a few days. Mrs. Wm. Alert, and children left Sunday for St. Louis where they will be the guests of foinier's a:. lit. Airs Warren. George Parked- and hilren iv Saturday evening from a visit with relatives at. Stone Air drug week. Our people are seine signs of life ban preposition. Airs, Cal. ilogg has lieeii ipiite sic! at her home on Hlanclie avenue. .Mr. Allies Pulley has been appoiif ed city marshal. Some of the old plank sidewalk: are in bad coiit.lilion and should r reive attention either from the oil; or the properly owners. Mr. S. Meses was in Cairo on bus' uess Saturday. The new coal chute looms up i' Hie liislanee. It will be about sevei live" feet high when finished. .Many of our citi.ens who are in S! Louis and Chicago taking in ih- this week report line times. Oliver Wallace of Pulaski wa city on business the last of th sights M r. in tin wee',:. The visil week". Ai r. 'airo Tin usual big crowd and pleasan at the (I range occurred last 11. Chamblb Friday, growth of s was shoppiuK Wilson and chil arrived Sunday to with relatives ill Mary. s and Robe i t Mrs. turned week's fort. Miss Laverne .Armstrong returned Saturday from u few week's visit with relatives and I'rb-nds at Charleston and Columbus, Ky. She was accom panied home by a friend, Aliss Ada Avcy. of Columbus, who will spend a few davs here as her guest. ''apt. and Mrs .Mark Whitaker of Vienna, are the gitsts of Dr. Hall Whitcaker and .Mr. ami Mis. A. L. Cr mpton. (',. Hughes made i business Cairo Saturday. Air. and Airs. Chas. Richard of St. Louts, who have be'-n the guests of Mr. and Mrs John Schuler and other relatives in this vicinity the past week reti.rred to their home Sunday. triii to grass and weed1 hIoiip: some of our streets and vhi-hu hits is enormous and should he sul dued 111 some way. II. V. llandley and Consiable I i. Craig of Alound City were in th city on legal business .Monday. Two cow boys of Texas have hi -e here this week. They proposed I ride any mule or horse thai coul not he rode, hut luckily there wa nothing in town execept old wor stock. ' .Many of our people will attend im;i Fair this week. .Mr. Joe Weiting was In from Hoar (reek bottom last week says the corn crop is looking up there. Little Waller Miller, old urn of Mr. and '.Mrs. of North .Mounds, died the , 1 lit It of August. tilth am flu the !) yea Win. Mill.-Wednesday Funeral too! place on Saturdav, the L'l'nd. conduct ed by Rev. II. C. Burton, or the A M. K. church. Interment at Lincoh i emeti'i j . The ball game between Aletropoli and .Mounds Sunday resulted in t score of i; to (l in favor of .Mounds. Kvery voter throughout the rim: ty is against the "Five .Mill Tax proposition. That issue will b Knocked out at the November ele tion. What business sense woul 'here he in our farmers taking $7,0 I' of il icir pockets each year foi i u: live years and piling it up In the Leasury. We need the use of thai money out selves. We will build tin court house all tight when the time comes and we will pay for it, too. Excellent Health Advice. Mrs. M. M. Davidson of Z"'i Gifforc Ave., San Jose, Cal., Hays: "Th worth of Electric Bitters as a gtmera family remedy, for headache, bilious uess and torpor of the liver and bow els is so pronounced that I am prmpt ed to say a word in Its -favor, for tin benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions. There is more healtl for the digrstivoorgans in a bottle o Electric:. Bitters than in any other rem fdy I know of." Sold under guaran lie by all druggists. S0e. SONS OF VETERANS. GRAND CHAIN, ILL. August 23, 1908. Ati"! J. W. flaunt returned home frm' Mud I ava llld.. Monday. ADs Alollie Thomas aid daughtc.' Mi if- Reese have peslth ns In Clarinda. Iowa anil will leave here in a few days. Airs. Ci. N. Alclntyre is visiting in Anna. III. M'f. W. O. Stevers of Mound, is he" tor a few days visit. Mri. J. F. Roach and son Leslie, have tone to, Springfield, 111., to visit relfati'.cs. Niagara Falis, X. V., Aug. 24. This rity is gay with bunting, flags and other dworalious in honor of the an nual national encampment of thf ikuis of Veterans, and the annual convention of the Indies' Auxiliary. Convention headquarter were opened today at the Cataract-international hotel. The sessions will continue, tin lit Friday. CAPITAL STOCK RAISED. Des Aloines, la., Aug. 24. The capi tal stock of the St. Paul and Dev Mollis raihoad today was raised t $2..".(Mi.(ifi I from SLOOu.OiM. The roa; was formerly the Dps Maines. Iowa Falls and Northern. This is the You Will Know Her by This Costume f 1 1 in 111 H WA- f Ira w F3 ttl MTI. ' IVI 1' I T She's Got HLots of Money 0 0 $ 0 8 $ And Is Giving' It Awayl 0 0 0 0 Poney for the l7omen ! Tttloncy for the Hen! TJonoy for th Littio Girls! Eionev for th Little Bovs! S til on oy for tSie 0 ilosisemaid ! j mmmit, mmEY, vmmY g For Everybody! 9 G ,0 s s 31s! I Tlie E-C Girl will begin going about through the city distributing One Dollar bills in homes where she calls and finds a package of w.i ?1- -n !.' f4 CORN FtABUES 9 r'. tcsr 1 i 1 mm 'A )M 7hasted The AU-Amerlcan Food 1 T : wMi M p w4 k7i For a printed slip with full instructions how to get the money, when you buy your E-C Corn Flakes today. How To Get su,e T1C navc a ko. of the new, tasty, improved E-C Corn Flakes in your pantry when the IvC (iirl c. ils. Show her the opened package and say to her what your grocer tells you inc Money to say. Then sl.c will give- yon a crisp, new dollar bill. ., ,,,, , Be ready for the E-C Girl. She may call at your home. s 8 3 S Whw 11 IIS iir B PI l3) 1 THERE is no trick, no c-ccrct r.bout this extraordinary event. There is nothing to be concealed. Wc arc sending the E-C Girl to this city to distribute dollar bills among the people simply because wc want to put a box of E-C Corn Hikes in ev ery home. Wc know that if you eat E-C Corn Flakes onccy you will never be satisfied with any off er H;;kc d co: u Food. Because E-C,Corn Flakes is the improved Ikki d cca :i, sweet with the delicious, natural flavor of the grain and toasted to :i eri. nr.-;1. jroUcn bn;wa. No artiricial llavoring is used in E-C. At your grocer's, 10 cents. Eat EC Corn FlaKesand Wat 9 & en mr n EGG -O - SEE CEREAL COMPANY, CHICAGO, Ltrt yinnfactarcr cf FlaKed Cereal Fo4 in the World fSI Mil