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im't . . THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNINO. AUCUST 30, 1908.
A EHHEBYS AIATIVE it PJL.fi AL'I J III.. I niumoia ciiuuiOB M L D HH I KB II XSS' iaSiHS Sfl pflua L5 . C. O.wtTT 4 CO. He etks, sou,!, , .,. eon.,!p.tln,. wl.ily tho esatslalng Opl.t... KameY. U..t,v. Coucb Syrup mov.s .h. bo.ls. eonUin.l 0t, aM hY M. C. Metirer. SOth and WMhtovftm. a j j YRUP Will TO YOU-MY SISTER Fre o Vju and Cvury Sialar 3uf (ring Iro ... Woman's AHmni. fl 1 C t ,,'' iai . a 'l.l ' .1 Wf WW Insli'o.otloriH If ilfnlrcil ut the tln'inv mii.v t.iorninn from 10 to 12. CiHCI) Sixth I am a woman. I know v.otn.in'H urTerinss. W 1 have found the cure. I will null, tree of any cliariro, my homi ireat ment with full instrut-tiona t any Hutfervr from woman's aMmentu. 1 v.-ant to twll all women about thimaire y-'iu, my render, foryourm-lf, yourituiiKhu-r, your mutii.-r, or your si.,tr. I want to tell you how to cure yuur-srlvcs ut home without the help of a doctor. Men cannot iiwJt'infan.l women's Buttering. vthat we wyim-n know trnm experience, we know l'ttr than imy doctor, lknow that my home rtfat nu'nt ia a tale and mre rine for Lrucorrhoea or Whitish ulscharRM, Mceratlon, Displacement or ! lufllrir of the Womb, I'rofune, Scanty or Painful "', Periods. Uterine or' Ovarian Tumor or (jrowtha: ' also pains In the head, back and bowels, bearing i down ieelWf. nervowmnm, creeping feellnir up (he pine, melancholy, desire to cry, hot flushes, 1 wearlne, kidney and bladder trouhlen where i caused by weaknesses peculiar to our x. I I want to sMirt you a complete ten day 's treat ment entirely free to prove to you that you can cure toiir:1f at home, easily, quickly and surely, lta meinber. that It will cost you nnthlnir to fcive the treatment a complete trial : and if you should wixh to continue, It will coat you only about 12 cents a wn.lt, or letta than two cents a day. It will not interfere with your work or occupation. Just send me your name and address, tell me how you suffer if yn wih, ami I will si ml you the treatment! for your cane entirely free, in plain wrapper, by return in. 1. 1 will also send you free of cost, my bo. "WOMAN'S OWN MHIUCAL AOVISf:R" with explanatory illustrations showing why women sutler, and how they ran eiuily euro themselves at home, livery womin should have it. and learn to think for herself. Then when tho doctor any You must have an opermion," you can ileeiilo for yourself. Thousands of w.imen have cured her. selves with my lromp remedy. It cures all, 1 old or youn.T. To Mothers of Daughters, I will exnudn a simple home tni.tment which speedily and elToctually cures Xjuucm-rhwa. Green Sickness and Pi.iiiful or irregular Menstruation in "i'ouMg , Indies. 1'luinpne.sn and health always tenuis rrofn its use I Wk,iU. , llua I .n rafa, v.m k'iifl4 nf vhik nv I loc.fllitv who know and Will elndlv tC'll i nny sufferer that this Horns Treatment r. allv cures all women's diseases, and makes women well, WC v. offer Our personal thanks to stnmy. plump and rtibunt. Just send me your aaurcss, ami tho rree tenaay a treatment is yours, Hhto the bonk. Write today, as you may not see this oiler f'uain. Address MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box H, . - wore oame, ma., u. s. a. EIGHTY-THREE YEARS OLD the I. aw. Union & Crown FIro In' uianee coiniiany, which was placctl upon the Roll of Honor by the Croillt .Men':-. Association fur the manner In which It imiil Us losses In Sun Fran- Thos. W. Wllllatns, fifnt, 210 St., Home phono ,r,2S K. A CARD OF THANKS. Til truly Christian spirit which liiviii lit toKether the reprosr nta' ivc ladies of every denomination in tln city lor the benefit of St. Mary's In fini'ary deserve more prahe and th.'ul than this limited acknowleilKe nieii; will iiermit., wer It in t ur power f f f f : f i ?. t f r f if t 9 tl..f. f. 1 1 tf.f.tf l NEWS FROM OW NEIGHBORS 1 a a a a 4 a 4 4 4 4 i ' a a 4 4 it a 4 a ' 4 4 4 '4 ' i ' Mr. and .,,.'d 111. if v Hi 'i 1! .. :u -1 Ti - litid', 11 i:n iiily in :i I Mr. Jo:, ! 1st ?1 IP"1 A. !'. C!:t' 11 i.-.'.l ; : ! ' t ..-.I'.-tt; ' i.f-1 s: M i ti ri hi'-ll ! he r.'i c p:eyd id t .h !:.!) C:'t llnwi In: 1 t'i , t . :itr.l:- I. May ' i"de Wall, Je-: Klsle Ko liium, (i nievra :llllMlll, Schiller, .vley, and Kthel iiCri Kllbv H.IWle uuht-rty Hoed an li'il't r. 'aimer, le mi I li.vii . IciiKher;y ; liichey. Ta Dora iJotth- s 1 (i A tn ' J:ic! i iday. Iiihlei--? and chialn 11 o from a few days' i li at Villa Kills; . -ker of Valh-v U-.-:i k" ol V,i: and Mrs. W. T. u ' lle en rout t 1 1) M is', 5Iiif.ii as in to 'i 11 .Mis Jo :!i (' iini.ed Fl'd'iy ni:'i reiali.e; .Mr. Ah' !': as tile t;:ie:-t J 'a t'li r Fiiday Ville. Mrs. Ciillin:',, of Ha;nbridnt ;,nd Mts. I'.i'.-1 ef Indianaiio'i.; lets of Mr. (iai'ies (f this city : iu st.: of he and bis family the : weeli Mi this ltd., fi'- :vc-this I : 1 ! I"l nit. I Anna Ti:' in N d .. l it a f: (ia'u c August 23, 1933. is Heal and danthler, FiiReiiia hi -it Thursday for a two weeks with' relatives at flnlatia, III. unU Carter, ira lJoell, John (Jray A. .1. Haitsell are alien. ling the ( ach lady who save time, money and labor for tho cause of suffering hu maniiv lint as this is not practical wo 1V 1'ie zi'alons holies of the various t hii'-( aos to accept our grateful appre ciath a. And we take this opportunity to : press our hearty thanks to ail who labored to make the lawn fete a sue ess, especially the Culver Baud fo.' Cie rendition of excellent music, thai - harmed the young and enlivened the i irits of the- old, Mr. Tolley, siipt 1 'ntendetit of the electric light, who-v countless globes turned night into .lay, and the city press whoso cidtiie;iH we have ever found open in tho i lerests of St. Mary's Infirmary, .no! !ri the liberal people of Cairo i'l getiei:,! for their hearty cooperation 111 ali oor undertaKings since tne foundation of St. Mary's Infirmary SISTICRS OF HOLY CROSS , j In )) sands- (jy OTHER 5P9RTJI MnMMsaaaaBBsaaaaaaBBssaaMasMaMaMsyMBMSMajBjaiBasaBi NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing, ..P. W. U I'c. New York 1,13 (ill 41 .011 Chicago 110 (i!t 17 .'di.-i Pittsburg 110 (19 47 .50!", Philadelphia Ill' CO r.2 .fill''. C'liK'iuiiiiti 11C 57 fiii .4111 llo.ston lit! 50 (10 ' .41! I Prooklyn UK 42 71 .'.172 St. !ouls Ill 42 72 .DOS aKU Urtroit 3 TlatterloH Vickers nn iW'IiiierH and Schmidt. , 2 Schreck; ItI hirg base York HAPPY WOMEN. r:vr 'bis week. " S. Club gave a fishing trip Wed i . The following participating liiiffinaii, (.leoige Caleener, John Han v i'ei i-.s eel.-. M i f,, i.iol ' h. Tui-l-'-r vv-i - Ca'r. M , p. C -i -r. ' ! Pulaski '.'' ' '" A1r, '1 nr.. ''"' a' ilv l't id i .-. 1, (I. C:e. !' r I !.-t mad" a !.'.. !ce iav W. F"'-i.!- r raid.' r 'a a -as" 'a id :i I'sniitg. !.-. an. I I . !. Plum d Cairo, were itors i'ri.bu. Mr. and Mi.-. W. A mi Willi''. Mr. :: I tin and : 1 n K'' e'l Frida ;n' ' 1 ::,';.. in Chlcac). A I;uv '!.,,'. d of '1 i--; !'l hi I I ii.ti ;be' t v is on 1 I f sick lis -.!,!.: )" ; ' ! Alice si- : ;. F. I la . f -Mi .rid tr a :,( 1 e ; let S harm-, a - e 1 I o:,.'ill Mtii 'id er C.i t and M C l Iloll,l Cea r--t "in V'ai.de M r. son. N day at 1 V. I t v roi I Simps F. Mar Cil- d lollie Selintt ... llavid Rosenberg. Misses Ed 'huice. Hcssie Chapman. Mable n r, Ueiiy Ri.leahow.'r. Frank ('haiiman and daughter . (f Ciacinuati. have been visit llu!; ft lends and relatives here sin last Saturday. Miss Kassie will remain' p an nth or ho. Mrs. Chapman, return lirr ; ( tier ?li-.-' .'lallie Frizzt'I! and brother. 1 . : "t : 1 vlstl. d rc'.a lives in M- riipoHs :'l.ll ,- ... . : ." . a ' .diss Fay Kiseiilniwer nn.l jr;ici V. (Icire 1 f I lai'rlsbuig came Saturday 1 1 i.i. 114 io visit their friend, Fay Pl!,v:;i. ml M.s. .1. 11. l atter. Sr., and al, spent Tuesday and We.lnea Round Lake on a dishing trip. . Real, John P. Malhis, V. C. 1. Jain's V. Hacker and Thov .-pie attended the Kepuhliciwi t-al Convi atiiiii at I lan isbut Plenty of Them in Cairo, and Good Reason For lt. Wouldn't any woman he happy. Aft. r days of backache suffering, I)as of misery, nighls of unrest. The distress of urinary troubles, She finds relief and cure? No reason why any Cairo reader Sholud suffer in the face of ev deuce like this: Mrs. C. A. Tinsley, of linol Par avenue, Cairo, 111., says: "I was na noyed a year ago by a pain in my hufk and a steady ache trough my 1 loins and left side. The kidneys were much disordered, trie passages neinj; so Ire:, in lit as lo cause tin.' to arise (lu ring the night. At times they would he very scanty and alemled with pain, f hnd read a sreat deal of Dean's Kid ney I ills and deciding to give them a trial jecuivil a box at Paul G. Schuh Son's drug store. I took them as directed and soon received a complete cure. For sale by al dealers. Price 5') cents. Foster-Milbiirn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Fnltel Slates. Ren, ember the name Poan's an I lake no oilier. At Chicago. Chicago, Aug. 2!'. Before the est crowd that ever witnessed a ball tfnmo in Chicago, the New team lost the second game of the ser ies today to Chicago, 2 to 3- Brown and Maihew.sori, two of the loadin pitchers in the country, opposed each other in the) box. Both pitched won lerful hall anil had gilt edge mipport, as neither team made an error during the (xclllng contest. For three innings the world's cham pious could not touch Mathewson, but in tho fourth tiiey got to him for six hits thai netted three runs and won the feline. In this liming Hoffman hit Into 1 he left field crowd for two bases. Sheckard sacrificed, Chance chopped bounder over Devlin's head, scoring 'Huffman. Kvers singled into the crowd hack of first. Stelnfeldt singled to fight, scoring Chance. Howard singled back of first, scoring Fveis. Tinker bunted a won foul to Tenney. Brid well threy Kllng out at first. Brown Incited control in the (list and New York got three hits and scor ed one run. Tenney singled. Doyle filed to Hoffman. Bresnaiiau followed with a single and Dunlin hit into the njniter field crowd for two bases, Teti 111 y scorlu ;. New York scored again in the fifth on singles by Tanney and Doyle, the former seorl.ig on Dunlin's lung fly to Sheckard. Neither side scored after this inning. As a result of Chicago's victory to day ami the even break between Pitts burg and Philadelphia, Chicago and Pittsburg are tied for second place, with New York but a game and a half ahead of them. Score U H R Chicago ..0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 fl 3 7 0 N. Y I 0 0 0 1 II 0 0 02 5 0 Batteries- Brown and Kllng; Math ewsnn ,nld Bivsnahan. At New York. Score New York Chicago BatterleH-rChesliro and While and Sullivan. ; Second Game. Score It II R New York 2 4 0 Chicago c 10 1 Batteries Manning "and Blair; Smith and Sullivan. .051 , . 1 9 0 Klolnow; three I. League. At Rock Islaml pitch In - the game. Score Flock Island Sprlnpllehl Butteries Wilson er and Johnson, Rock Island. Aug. 2!!. Wilson's wild thirteenth lost today's R II K 1 7 2 :i 11 0 Stelg . MALARIA Malaria is due to. impurities in the blood which destroy thp tich; healthful qualities of the circulation, ana reduce it to a weak, watery fluid1. The body is then deprived of its necessary nourishment and strengith, and unable to resist the cotlntless disorders that assail it, and the general system sutlers in consequence. The appetite fails, digestion is weakened, chilji and slight fever are frequent, while the sutlerer loses energy and ambition. Boils, skin eruptions, and some times sores anj ulcets follow when the blood becomes deeply polluted witli the malarial germs. BoW a tonitj and blood purifier are needed to cure Malaria, and S. S. S, is ftest fitted for this work. It is the most psct of all blood purifiers and at the same tituf an invigorating, healthful tonic. Sr S...S. goes down into the circulation, and removes every trace of impurity ut poison, and' gives to the blood the health-sustaining qualities it tmeds. It cures Malaria thoroughly and per manently because it removes from the blond the germs and prisons whi,h produce the disease, and while doing this tones up and strengthens every part of the system. Book with information about Malaria and any medical advice furnished free to all, who write. tee swjrr specific co., atlahta; ga. and Fug; At Dubuque. DUbuque, Aug. 2H. Peoria defeated Dhbiuine today by six to three. Score R II R Dubuiue 3 9 3 Peoria , . .'. C 10 0 Batteries Weakley, Nohlen and O'Brien; Kuepper and Higglns. turn WEST KENTUCKY ELECTRIC CO. 1. G. USHER. IWapatier Electrical Contractors and End Infer? , . House and Steamboat Wlrfntf. Plants Installed Write s if you contemplate having any ELECTKK'AL . work done, Our prices arj reasonable. Our Work the very best. .' ". .'- 127 Broadway, PaducahKy. At Cedar Rapids. Cedar Rapids, Aug. I'll. The Cedars won, notwithstanding errors, by get ting hits when the bases were full. Score It li K Cedar Hapids All 8 Bloouiington 8 II 1 Batteries Allen, Spencer and Si mon; lomis, Fox and Backus. TRAOfc 5T MAN ft. i" tt Ifrif ifi'.- !hauat, rOtt HMLF A CENTU&V WOOD'S FEVER PILLS HAVm 0CCM RtCOOMIXKOmm m mUM CUft . tor mH HILlOUund MAL.AHIAL DitttSBt a rmmle fttgwmtor. Blood furintr, and in row 1n( Torpid Llvor, they bavs 110 H)J tOt M HOT.. PUBLIC LIBRARY WMS At Clinton, Aug. Nye and Buelow Score ( Clinton Decatur by Clinton. "!l. Iluiiic runs were features. . . rt h i ............ 4,4: :.v5 !) ; Batleries Hovllk, Jaeger ami Nel man; Laudermllk, Blttrolff, Fislier' ath! Boucher. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Pittshurn. IMttsburg, Aug, 2!i. Biiifiliurg and Philadelphia broke even in today's double, header. Knaile was put out of the game for argulm; a decision. and 1 lie pasl w.-.-k iir. ' : ii. ; . . tr.-. t w.'i'i a c. 1 iieoide all. Tb. !.' atidy. I 'nil lilllihhed b:.' ! I"t - !'l - 1 ef. W V i. l llK j e ;i "I.l r yo-.i'ig !.. I b ' ' -:st .1 . f ll lllM'lllS ! u. i:. 1 'in.-ip'n.it i pea I ai, lb eticf lo join I e davs !l W. ; wifi (hi i'e dnesday ('.: . They wi and oth. ai'd P- t the forme: '.' !aer. . viii -'. T. ' : 1,1 i.l i'-.' lo t ua-.-. huaejy . 11 ' ia s'i:iieii;s on a 11011 cor.i ate! each gin-st luitmins ' Wo'th of 'oii.etllitl. 1 etiloliad - was f-, re.l l.v I he heale.;'.-. Vafiees I'.-i'il --. una ie and tcalitu:s made tin. bei. a j.IISS llllliol id I l lltil m:.llli;h' I III 'ii ami I much toeipig if h r s riut'ing of b. lls and ye'ii'ie t'"' imv, I parle.l v 't'i llie go'in; to be l.-i.: - a". I rn.otil 'I' i'e who uee si. f i!.i:al .te- III V. ef M I a I .llrl . . SI ' I .l. !"!. a-.. I 1". if la l'.cl" l,c Hil. .1. .11. lii.r-l- he i.iuls in Ohio visiting relative: C-o. . I'h hard went t.i Cai b, Mia, day. I'dtia Kliiiliro, of Cart, a i-.iiinu Mi-.s Ivai.. Hawkiti:!. Miaa I-:il:i K, id and Ionise , e't Tin .lav for St I.ouis. aid 1: win. .Inia-i DEMOCRATS MEET Variot Precinct Clubs Called Togeth er For Today and Tomorrow. a; to ' 11, i.l I.e MUNt. ill 111 I POISON r .fa h ' rTfrTV.i ;'::,:' Blootf 1- .- ... I - ''.-nr 1 ' p. - s :: SfGINS SERIES CF PERFORM AN.'FS MONDAY NIGHT roOD ATTRACTIONS AT AR CADE AND PATItE. l'n .-a j-oiiiiiu aits on she Camera pheie f'om th Pa.lucah pajiers are evt r':iu ly coniidinientary That Talks For Uell" Iriti're Show t: f f t'r -i:.;t. ,1 : Many jor"e urffr Trom Poiion rfr4 de-t fcnei .t If you "'i.- nn.l ilu ili Irfinex. L.k V ti l" I'l '.ait (.kin. t-1 f el I. I ..1 1 mi!, " t:i.in.li . P '"t ikln, ft?r" li.ioat or . t't, li bair, rim,-'' of "ft. .n.it .. Cancero' 'r,- .i:n .i ,r ?4 IJps. F"- ir any part of the br" Jiash on SV'n. nr- ru'i rl..wi or " votm, UJri-r n any i.art of the tx1, CarliuncP r 1 !'. Takt Ecti.i c Blood Ca' - B B B Cuj'antsed t.i cur fv-n th wnrst an! mwt der aeated rai- B. h. E. drivel all po.i ,notn matw frt-m the yatprn aQu ends f '""I 't pure, rich Moor t j r-t to th din iorfar. In this waj Af hes in Pln are atopped. all Eruj tions. Sores. Timplea. en cancer ar quickly bali and pared. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM," (B. B. B.) composed" of pure Eotanic Ir.rrienta DRlGGt-?TS. 1. Cold n Ca ro, III. ' 1, ji!vi , a ph' iiomena! patronag". :.'t. iidatice at the big theji-'iv. li.e-tking a'l previous nin" in paithular. 1 t '! ky n- Ai-t. CI. tu-tf "sitatin? t'.e tn tie e ut hoi it ' s to pieven! 1- trom crowding into th--'.a it-1 y l.ioi kirie 'r.' or in p re, uired by slit and city For 1 he purpose of perfecting organ ization for the coming campaign lie-i.'eaio.-rats of the city are called to meet as follows: Sixth Ward Democrats. The Bryan and Stevenson Club o! 1 he Sit h ward will meet at the Court House on Twenty Second street at " p. in. today. All Democrats in ti.e ward are invited to be present an I y.in tiie club. Score Piltsburg Philadelphia Batteries Mad. lox Coiildon and Dooin. Second Game. Pcore lltshur-: hihi'lelphfn r. Batteries- Lieflebi and Phelps en, Ititchle ami Dooiu. It H K 1 :: 1 r 1 Gibson ; R If K 1 r, r At Louisville. Ixiulsville Toledo .. Newly Bound -Magazines Ready Circulation Monday Congres sional Record, Etc. Far 34. Second Game. Fox At St. Louis. St. I.ouis, Aug. t'H. Alter four runs had been made off nf hint. Raymond retired In favor of Karger, who pre vented further scoring. Score RUE Brooklyn I in 11 Si. Imis 2 ( 1 Batteries Rucker and Bitter; Hay 111. 111, 1, Karger and Moiaui. Louisville .. Toledo At Kansas City . St. Paul Kansas City. Newly bound tnagaulu s as follows will be Issued Monday afternoon at 2 o'clw k: "()itury, v. 7a. International Studio,1' v. Literary Digest, v. , lifi. Living Age,, v. 257. ; Mi ('hire's, v. 3rt. '. Nation, v. 8ti. Popular Science Mo. V. 72. . St. Nicholas, , v. 31, part 1. Sclentine American, v. US. ' Sclentllit! American Supplement 05. Sf-rlbner's Magazine, v. 41 The ligyptl, annual 19(18. AM of the above are-up to d:ite that it. the latest completed vola. out Sixty ix relHiuiid hooks were ulso received atid have 'been put in final- At Milwaukee. Milwaelo-e ., Al ililu-apolis . At Indianapolis . Columbus . . . Indianapolis. At Cincinnati. ('11 iniiali. Aug. !!!. Both teams lielded poorly, the majority of the runs being due lo errors. . Scoli R Cincinnati 7 ItoMoti r Batierles - Coakley, Campbell Schlel; Doiner. I.iii.l.iinail and ham. h n n and (ra WESTERN LEAGUE. At Denver. Denver Puelilo At Des Moines. lies Moines Lincoln ... DeK Moines Lincoln . . . Second Game. Halloa ugabi. l The library has Just received, thriiigh the contesy of CoilgresHinati Thistlewood, Hie hound volumes of the litst session of the Sixtieth' eon- It gross. There are eleven In all, and 0 they are llnely gotten1 out, with the Indexes in . their respective volutin s. The reading room for several year had the unbound daily records a Is sued, but as there was no demand for tllem and the cost of binding was so great, it was decided to wait for the hound Issues, even If late in arriving. The library has many complete files S of Isuind Congressional (llolie and Conrresslonal Recnnls. which can he consulted at the library when informa tion Is desired. At Omaha. Omaha Sioux City Omaha . . . Sioux City Second Game. Fifth Ward Democrats. Tbe Democrats of (he Fifth ward are, requested to meet at the Court House on Monday night, August :ilst, at 8 p. m., and join the Bryan and Stevenson club of the ward. ;f.oh;k wilso.v. Chairman. ALBKRT SWOBODA, Secret arv. let urn enae-'merit to Camer.iphone. the sub 1 i'l f-onif of the eir n l ;e-t l.v the I e-il 1- ' vii i.V: .n the Ano i-jian naje tii' 1 nmr-ii) 1 hsri-eine Men-lav. Wt.l 1 ' :;.? and Fii.'ay. nhiie t-t aleht '! ' - it- pn tnre r.f which thr- w ill t c fn'l -. )s .h(,n it every i r i 1 r.:a:i(-e. i l t-e chance,! every dav vP!. the il'ij-tiati , font. )! Tii--U and Thursday venine C" ie w'Jl 1- aina'eur -otit-sts with 4 ii-- of I".. t V.'.'f and 12 for the thre- l.pst. ail aa.irds to b nade by tti- sin.!i-n-s pr-nt dsrinie the con t-'-'t a!! .rit.s -Ifsirous of enter i:,g th.fie ts are requited ta 1'ivf their name? and character of Retearal8 and Seventh Ward Democrats. All Democrats in the Sevnlh ward are meed to m-et at the Skating Rink 111 Tf eiitj ninth mt-et at 3 p. m. to day f.-r the puiK,se of organizing a Bryan and Stevenson cluh. WIIJ.1AM SI'SANKA. Central Cf,iiirii!iie.-ma:i. Seventh War I AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing. P. vr. U Pet. Ketroii ...114 ii 4i'. ,W. SI. Louis .....IP; f,7 V4 .571 Chicago 117 fit; r,l .r,i;i Cleveland 117 f,4 r,:: Philadelphia tl.1 r,C S7 .4; Hohton 117 r,: .471 Washington 11.1 is r.r, .4;-, N.w Voik nr. ::7 7S .VS! At Washington. and Street; Why Suffer With Headache, Rlllonsness, Constipation or Malaria Troubles? Bond's Liver Pills Will Relieve You All DruitftsU 25c 1 Score Washington Cleveland Batteries Keeby keiitierg and Betnis Second Game. Bcore R Wa.hington 3 Cleveland 11 Batteries Hughes. Sr-et and n i; Merger and Olaike. II R 4 : Jonson's Tribute to Religion. The htiength of einplrw la lu tlou - llt-u Junsun. rU- TV M0 & WILLIAMS TIN, COPPER and ' SHEET IRONWMKS 861 agent for thrf PERFttCT FANTV the Bug Proof enrf Germ Proof Method nf keeping Groceries In tho houso. Aak our solicitor tr call; ', ' 810-12 Commercial Avenue Cairo Phono 447. Weasels Attacked Cow. Haymakers on the fa: m of H. A. Sell, near Hanover, Pa., noticed a ro In a near-by meadow strangely Jumping about and bellowing luudlr. Cpon in vestigation they were astonished to 11 ml that eight wi UhclB hud Bt.ai kud her. After a liar.1 fight the farmer Hiii-ceeded in killing seveial of the bliKiil.suckers and scattering the remainder. When Your Stomacli Hurl z Take a Little Kodol The pin will then cee your stomach will feci good. Kodol (op the pain of indigestion and dys pepsia quickly, because it digest all the food you eat L: p1 ? . I! H r .1 1 War I At Boston. 1 F-ore Bton St. ljuuin Batteries Morgan Hailey, Hof-ll. Cris Kodol li a feasant, phlktatile. liquid preparation, that !iel;,i the atomavh to do Its wot la a natural war Boina a liquid, it starts di gestion at oflre. Kodol supplies the lime dl festive Juices that aro found io a healthy stomach This Is whv u will stoy the i-alts or lBj.estlon qultily rfrong. fh cut dw or utarve your self. That la Dot the i; to get help. - . Kat what you want of th food you like, and let Kodnl h-lp ti :oDiac4i 60 Its ork. Toj cm t be well 11 ii lets )oii t and uulmi you toll)- loir food. You can't get nourlsbrnent from yuur fo3. and and II H E 1 ...nr. : ... i 11 IVMiohiK Smith unless you dliremt It Take a little Trtnr atotnarh, beta weakened, i Koilol now sud thc. That Is Iha f rrshaWy. by nrer feeding or crtr jotily and sare way. At Phitadetpfna. Score R !! E Philadelphia 4 -1 If-trolt n C 1 flatteries Coon,t an I Power: IrMYn and hmidt. Seconal Game. Score R H E i'Liladf kbia 4 i 1 work. It itil.le ttt do Kg work pnpriT. and tho oatiral rewult is lttd'a Mka, sour ulumsi-b, aas. or belt-tlDK. vliHh wi'l soxra result ia chr&cic dyrpei -la ui.lens the stom ach la glvtn help Nervous indUttIca or dyspep sia It It not only anncylng. but daca-orvttia.. If in a1o. the result generally Is rartrttis. or ortrnttmes that fatml atantion pendlcltia. Yira 4 not hate to deifTidl on Kodol all the tpue. Yua ouly take It when yon Let-J IL Our Guarantee n tn T.nr n-jf ,wt tnriay mnt s J H lar tmi r. 1Hrt T ka ! ike erair r.mtruiii ef it, b4t.r if f.m 1 r tkki H i.m t-.i .,. v in . f h rvfut.4 tur ,. r itfaoH Hi T !it. txilll'rl kirtl"nir I t-t fvr tb riti U t kisir. all i 4rjigf ir, thai e-r fuartrt ! fmS. ' Tt.im ..r1 art.!! f (N larr kn:le wnlf There li 1 in.nmiirari.iiaH u ahk u inf Frt!ili D.y Hfteriea, Bet SpaTk V'.uvt, Spark Coils, Hatttry wirf, (. Engine Oils, Profe Ir Wheels and in fact even thing in tbe way of supplies for gaso line engines and motors always on hailJ at right prices. NATIONAL MOTOR AND SUPPLY CO. 2 Oth and Commercial. tosnat-h. rca't neglect yor iK.Bt take sty Laun Ito seed f,r yo to safer. tcs4.e a little Kt-d.l iiut aud then. i:l: Voiil Is prpsrsS at the labor kef p tLe ttcicaih we'.S. tea?tl5y ood .tot waef C iWltt Co., Chicago Best Work, at fifty. In th industrial world It has fce 't'fiie aet-eited that a uuin Is t.io w J at 40. and the Ixndrn coantr council woit department decided last year not to ecaac0 men atve 25. How la it In the intellectual world DespitO all the evidences .f pieetK -Mr, Mr lM land arrives at a conclustun which lves an average; of 50 for tho blaster work of great men.. T. P 's Weekly. Get Sorre En;oy-mnt New. 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