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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, --NOVEMBER 28,4908-
'.: l-i'W.,vwi,'W1".ift,: 59 ' flaOQOOOOQ(tOQQQOQOQOOO M.4 N 7 IDS o o n a a a t a a a IIS TUB CAIRO BULLETIN ARE READ KVERY MORN ING IN 2 0 00 FAMILIES. The Want Columns of the Bulletin are consulted by hundreds oi pevjile every morning Iq search of real escate bargains, articles (or sale, lost or found, sit uations wanted and vacant. D RATESt One Insertion, per word . . g Three Insertions per word w SA&I One Week, per word . . !r Vp2 One Month, per word . . . . M ' ' X J ' J I Bass g iu ouvcruscuicui luseneuiur teas man bUDi q OODQarjOODQOODOOODOU DO D O D O a 23 a n o .01 rfc .02 5 .03 2 .13 O THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Mates for Classified, NeYlaaa ftfia Inaertlen, per went .81 Thr Int.tlom, par ward Mt't Ona week, par word... ...... Xi Ona menth, pa wora. .......... .1S Na advertisement Inserted far la.i than twenty-five eanta. f t ''. FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished frost room la new modern cottage,- suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife. 824 Twenty-second atreet house work,' address 13. Mounds, Illinois. F., box 2G, WANTED A first class traveling salesman to take orders for Marble ami Granite Monuments. Apply to J. K, Williamson & Co., 220 North Third St., Padueah, Ky. Stocks Bonds Cereals LIIILE ACTIVITY WHEAT WAS FIRM In the Stock Market Showed Lack of Interest By Moneyed Class and Professional Traders Ruled. FOR RENT House at 217 Third atreet, six rooms, bath and basement. Apply to Mrs. McCann, 206 Fourth atreet. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able- bodied unmarried men between ages of 18 and o3; citizen? of United States, of good character and temperate hab its, who can speak, read and write English. For information apply to recruiting officer, 115 Ohio 6treet Cairo, 111. TO LET Room and board for hus band and wife. 310 Seventh street. No children. FOR RENT Cottage 311 Division street, 7-rooms and bath, furnace, ce ment basement, hot and cold water. M. J. Howley. ' FOR RENT Good business place a,' 1311 'Washington avenue Is for rent, possession in 30 days. Store room 25x80. Apply to John Bourgois. WANTED Single gentleman de sires first class room and boaii fctato particulars light, heat, phone price. Address J, M .A., Bulletin. LOST. LOST In Kress' store, 'Wednesday umbrella engraved "To Lizzie from Tom." Return to 411 Washington avenue for liberal reward. MISCELLANEOUS. ROOMS For light housekeeping, $2.50 per week. 1505 Poplar. TIMBER LAND CHEAP-500 acres viigln, 10,000 feet to acre 4.000 acres white oak cut off, very cheap, rooms, js,;i, rise you if taken now. F. W FOR RENT Two offices 706 Commercial avenue, over Pup- Houston, Stuttgart, Ark. kin Dry Qqods Store. . M. J. How ley, Real Estate Agent. , , FOR RENT Furnished rooms. All conveniences. 417 Eighth street. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms with board. Apply 901 Walnut street. ' FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with, hot ami cold water, 911 Walnut. SITUATIONS WANTED FOR SALE. FOR SALE Two bedroom sets and a handsome folding lied cheap. Apply tiofi Washington avenue. Advertisements . of not exceeding three linea will be accepted free for one week's time from any readtr of The Bulletin to be filed by advertiser In person, on regular form, at the of fice of The Bulletin Company, 701 Ohio street The Bulletin Company I assumes no responsibility for any ad vertisement or statement made there in and will z.ot accept under this heading the notice of aay parson known to be employed. I' Ok SALE -Ash stove Phone C.S8. wood. lid! New York, Nov. 27. A decrease in the activity of the market for stocks today indicated a lapse Into profes sional hands of most of the dealings and a subsiding of the general Inter est, on the part of the general, money; ed class. The price movement on thii diminished scab of activity Indicates a growth of confidence on the part of professionals in stability of prices. There was no important, selling pros sure and this opened the way to suc cess o ft lie efforts of room traders to lift prices along with their absorption of stocks. Another advance in prie,' of copper dissipated the impression that the market price of that metal was declining owing to the falling off in demand. Reports of large prospec tive orders for structural steel mater ial and for steel rails had some stim ulating effect on (lie shares or indus trial corporations connected with iron and steel trade. The money mar ket was not appreciably changed, the six mouths period, however, showing a slightly lower interest rate. The ii)ost active trailing of the day oe curred just at the last and prices were then rising vigorously. Report of Poor Condition of Fall Sown Crop a Factor Corn and Oats .Weak. NEW YORK MONEY. New York, Nov. 27. Money on call easy l'il per cent, closing oil) Hi- Time loans easier. Time loans 2 to 3 per cent; ninety days 3; six monins 6 . .Mercantile paper i per cent. .Exchange firm, demand $l.8tL 50; sixty days $1.84.20 30. liar till ver IS'i. NEW YORK STOCKS. New York. Nov. 27 Amal. Copper Am. Sugar .. Atchison " '.. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED White girl for genera! housework. Address Girl, care The jll'llotill. WANTED. AVANTED Girl companion, light WANTED Experienced bookkeep er wants position best of references. Address Bookkeeper this office. WANTED Position ply lllo Cedar street. as nurse. Ap WANT ED Positions for two young lady stenographers expeii em ed best references, lnqrlre 210 Twentieth street. Qt'F.KX HAS I'M VI V. IH AiM. Gothic Itoor of Alpanir:i' llos. 1cnre Is Half of a Rowlxiat. London. Queen Alexandra has a unique bungalow. U is in Norfolk down, by the beach of Snettlshani, a quaint .watering place of 1.".!"0 pco jdo. The beach, a favorite with the quern, is crowded in the summer sea eon with holilaymnkers. tourists and others. 'The Gothic door or main en. ttrnre to the bungalow is nothing else then a row boat cut in half. The oi-irr wall;- are of brisht yellow cast stones brought from the Snettisham Ugr NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. , Scaled bids wifl be received tinill .5 o'clock p. m.. December 1, 1H0S, at the office of the rlty engineer, No. 1111 Commercial avenue In the city of Cairo, for furnishing all material a. nl labor and constructing complete cement sidewalks In accordance with the following ordinances, Nos. 15!', ICl. 171. 172. 173. 171 and 175. Said bids to In- sealed sii.l ruarknl s such and accompanied with cash or a certified check for ten per rent of the total amount o fthe bid. The successful bidiler will be required to enter into eontract with the mid city of Cairo for the construction of sac! walfcs and to give sufficient txuid sua ran tiiig his work for a perinl of two years. Paid bids will be oianed during the first regular meeting of the city coun cil in December, 1!Wi8. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. W. B. THISTLEWOOD. City Engineer. Cairo. Ill, Nov. 54th. 1W8. Qi KEN Bt'NflALOW. pi's and Mr l'f'k ar laid in tha rourti with fciiKK-rrois ftrojei Hon. There are two main room, ona for the q i--n end another for the 'ten 'ant, and tietween thun U at tTt all lobby, whi. h .aUo fives v 5 to the oBUe. Around he quwii'i ipirtlBf at run a five-foot h:sh dado cf darkttired rrrtlcal boards and hove tV rrrrehted re en- rrnt4 wttli ! of Tr;o'i k'lea STATE OF ILLINOIS, AleiDder County, r. la the County Court of said Connty. to the NoemtM-r Term, A. I). li"i. ' in matter of the Guar.lianship of Jaeib A. G"ldM in guardian of M lin.la and lleiry W'ortliincten. To Ma'inda on htnpton and 'H.-ury WorihinstoM. their heirs, ttc: , Yon are hereby notifieH liiat on 1h JUt day of NoveiutK-r. A. D I?"". I fill tuy final reKil In Cofinty Court of Alexander County, as guardian of MaSinda and Henry Worthington: That I will on Mn iay, the event!i day of D-cen-b-r, A. D. ak nai l ourt to te harped from any an 1 a!l further" d-;Hes In mnntimi silk the sail fttardianship. a' h'.rh t;?fi-( and pice. j on -aa be .i-ttt, if yoa desi-e so to lo. J At on A. f:LTTINE. I'.' -. Hti. V.'f. h.-r. t C. and N. W. . . C. M. and St. P. Colo. F- and I. . . f. and R. G-. . . . Do.' I I'd t. Nor. Pl'.l Illinois Central . liter. Mcts Do. I'l'd j. and N Mo. IMc M. K. and T. ... N. Y. C Nor. Pae ho. Mail I'elin People's Gas ... Reading Rock Island .... Do. Pld Sou. Pac Sou. Ry I'uion Pac C. S. Steel Do. Pld Wabash Do Pld Western I'll ion . , Today Wednesday Close Close . . 80 Vi St- . .134U 133V2 . . 981.4 971, 4 ..IOO14 !M,, ..108 108 . . r.5,i r5 . . 1 7CrH J 7U , . 3i 32-4 sr."-', . 78 7(l',i .U't 139 .117 147 . Itu . ::58 35 i .122 '4 120 . lUlU i,V. . ;;s ;:iis . 1 1 T 117 .112-h lf.2'4 . ;:i:,4 3.1 li . 12!i. IL'HU .I'tlii Mti'i ,11o 13t.i . 2 2 :,4 22 . 49ta y .120 us-; . 25'4 24 ',,; I8"s 1s::u . i 'i')7t .112'k 112', . 15 15 '4 . .3,"Syi 354 . m ia ;;.. Chicago, Nov. 27. WHEAT. Opened a shade to i,A(ij lower due to selling brought by lower prices at Liverpool. Within 15 'minutes how ever, a t firmer tone developed and prices advanced more than VjC. There was a further advance in the values the last half of the session, although the entire gain was not maintained, the close was . V4 f :,!c higher than Wednesday's iinal quo tations. Among the factors that made tor strength was the report of a St. units trade paper wiiicii claimed that the condition of the fa.ll, sowi. crop was much below ..that of a year ago and that the acreage was considerably smaller. A likelihood J that receipts in the northwest will shew a decided falling off in the near future also .imparted strength to the sitiation. No. 2 fed 105lpl00; No. 3 red 1U4&M5.; No. 2 hard lOltfz 100; No. 3 hard 102(?no5. December opened 103; highest 104 ',4; lowest m'i closing 103; May im'Y CORN Increased offerings from Illinois and Iowa caused a weakness, but the volume of trade was small. Cash grain declined 1,3iic, T lies' e was considerable selling . pressure 011 December by local holders, which re sulted, in the wiping out its premium over May options. The close was weak 'iic lower. No. 3 liV; imp. . o lull ill -74 . iir. 0 fl 1U w - II I "4 (U.("-4. LVH'ember opened C3ij ; highest t;:J 14 .; .lowest Ci'2; closing i;2 : May i;2fc9i. . CAS Dull and steady at a slight decline, the market closing 'iifc low;er. No. 2. white 50ffi5!; No, 3 white, 48 1.4 r 50; standard 50; Decem ber opened 41114; highest 49'.4: low est 18; closing 48"4; Maiv0o"i,. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. .Chicago. Nov. 27. The following car loads represent the day's move ments: Flour 42 38 Wheat r,s .5 Corn 234 297 Oats- 1G4 ; , 105 THE FROSTED CAKE MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Mitineaapolis,. Nov. 27. WHEAT December 10l; May I09'4; Cash 'o. ,1 northern lu7i(f; No. 2 northern . 105U1H "4.. . , . , NEW YORK GRAIN. New York. Nov. 27. WHEAT Re eeipts 319, Mi l; exports .275.000. Spot firm: No. 2 red 111 'Mi 113 eiyvator and ll3"g I'.o.b. afloat. Options closed steady at Kfi'ii, net rise. December 1I"'U. CO It. Reeeipts 44,0110; spot steady : No. 2 7l',a elevator and 72 f.o.li. atloat. Options closed net lower. December 72. OATS Receipts CS.OOii; steady. Mixed 5:;t'.'!5t; white 17 57: Iclpped white Ti7iKfi til. spot 51U GOVERNMENT BONDS. Refunding 2's reg. . .lOS'.i 103' Refunding 2's con . .lol 1I Registered 3's l'iti 1iiii Coupon 3's liMt3 100;'i New 4's reg I2014 U'11'4 New 4's coupon .121 121 PROVISIONS. Ill.'TTER Firm: creamery spec ials extras 3.,jf32. CHEKSU-Firm; ranged 2'ifi l.Vi. KGtiS Firm; western firsts 3 Iff t;5; secotiiU ",nfi COFFEE Options close,! st. a ly net unchanged to five points higher. Sales 12."o bags. Iteceiiilier ."..; epo! tuiet; Nu. 7 Riu t'2; mild dull; Sl'GAR Raw quiet; fair refining II- centrifugal !!: test 391; inolas sc svgar 319; lyhne.I qui't. DUN'S WEEKLY REPORT. New York, Nov. 27. Dun's weekly trade review, issued today, follows: Although the holiday and uoeason able weather handii aped luisinem thin wi-ek. further substantial prov gr-M wa niaoe towsril tne nniml commercial activity. es-cially In re l-ct to a number of wage earner employed in the ha.iing induMries Mills that have ! n clot-i-d fur over a -ar are r--i nini ui l many plant- that wr 011 part time re jiow in fu'l oK-rati;n. Ref ov-ty ) m.ilitig i -nai I -ibi' t'ide. 'riee of nit iron are '; mainlitiHt d at n-ct-nt ada!le-. wi.ii h itiay ap r tutt t.f i-i.rfr'ion t" Clii-Iig- in the fjlii-i-il iTIuet. On' Of the ln-fl fea'ures of h week a demand for railway upplie( Stieng-tli is ntaiiitairie,! ja prima: market fir teitile. ;-bi.neh -otto.i goods are a lm ative on fc-onr?t ijf firm -ii..n of proliieer. Woolen r arraOiallv aining. rievi.iie higli temteTir'. A f-w nt- iff .fruf fK.' for fprit.g tia.ie h.te fw1, free ly. tnn.'.r ra':n-facs fabri. New Ecr;and r.iaTiafatctarcra r-;"rt niffi ;, fr rn"-i:in t'd. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. , Chicago, Nov. Z'i. CATTLE. Re eejpts 8.0'to; steady: steers 4ii.tfi8.Hi: cows and heifers 250 rn :,2.",; bulls 275 I50: c alves 3ini!fi 750; stockei s and tee.lei s 25U(f 2X5. HOGS Receipts ::.Y(Mni: steady to stiong; choice heavy shipidng 5d0fy 590: butchers 575'f(5sr.: light mixed ."25ifir.lt; packing 5d'fj580; )in lei.ft 475. SHEEP Re . Ipts 22.000: steady; sluep HMlf7 525; lambs 525ft'i75. ST. LUOIS CATTLE. . St Iritis. Nov. 27 . CATTLE.- Re eeipts l.oitti; steady; beef steers 370 rn I7tt. Mockers and feeders 275f 125; cows and heifers 3oii (i25: Tt as st s 27tt' i,i i. MOtiS l(cceits l.'.IH'll; steady III b St. tell i'i'"! 59n. loner eii ot Iters; ranged Tha Sun's Light. il lias been calculated that., the amount of Jighl received front the jun la about f.(Ml,fiO0 times that, ot, the moon, j ne Inlilnsie brichttieM of ihe nin'a dUc i about 20.oo tlmen that of a candje flame. 150 time that of the lime light and mote than four lime, blight cr than the brighter himoi In the rra ter or an electric are light. The dark est jKt on ihe sun if much brighter than tha l.melight.- New Tork Amer i'an . -...,.,. Woman in Minority in Rus.ia. St. Petpuburg i a uxA plare foi plasters to migrate i, ai mah population outri'imtx-r. the female 124, t''0. and the ame j.niiit on enii is other par s of Kuja In rinM?q.ienr-e thera I qui'e a commerce in bride and many nien in tr roineej a-e td nake morv bv (w,ir,i at cuarfiian for j.irity girl and aeliing th'm at go. p; ic f. Aetep'a Fabtea. H appears to he 'he cntr-m now a as of certala and ind--v M-lfprn tiouneed literary fi'k to deride As-eo'p a fablea a l..'d.h. Iet ttee niarti try to (.lodiiee p. .ne aa good The difP.cuJiy f fb,e wrliing ) l-rn4 by 1h few who have tred it. sod the s-t:'! f-wei w h,i lni u: ceed-d. Aaiice fr ti Lcwt'orn. Wfc.n a girl ba;r. t 12. k a rt e abceit wewe oftr D ao ( ; ,R Sue nnd Mary sat on the steps he fore the while hall-door with its big brass knocker. There were two steps with an Iron rati to guard them and In front of the lower step was a braided rug. The posts of the rail ing were topped by shining ..brass knobs. Sue's and Mary's great grandma had the brass knobs, polish ed every day. The two children sat sewing as fast as their busy, little fingers could go. . Sue was making a dress for her doll, and Mary wiys hemming a sheet for, her baby sis ter's crib. I am afraid that her mother had to new; it over again, but the wee. llttla girl did the best she could. They were talking about a children's party that they were go ing to In a few days; for they had children's parties in this old Quaker town, with Its brick and stuccoed houses and white doorways.. While they were talking, Harriet, tlielr eider sister, opened the door 5nd sat down on the step with Sun anil Mary. . 'What do they do at parties?" asked Mary. She whs the little sister. biie nan never seen a party, , "They have a lovely supper,'.' cried Sue. "And Jelly." continuued Harriet. "And cake," followed Sue, "little cakes and a big rake,, all frosted." ,7'And we will wear white frocks, and the party will, be the day after to-morrow." (, Four o'clock on the afternoon of the party day. ..tn .liltla girls, ten dear, little Quaker girls in white frocKs. went to Lydia's house on Penn street. .nd't'J mother and Lydia's aunt met them at the white doorway, took off -the,, ten little bon nets, and all the little boys went to the back porch, to see ,the kittens, They drew strings on the floor and the kittens ran after and tumbled Over one another. Then two kittens Were put one side the door and one kitten the other sl.tje, and,they poked their soft, white paws under the open door from one side to the other, and e.very one laughed- and the . kittens purred. Lydia's mother took them Into the garden ami i-luwed the flow ers. I .yd la was to have a square garden for her own self, and mother had two rose bushes for It. Lydia's aunt played games with them and tjie party supper wasready., All the lUtle wil ls sat at the big dining table, and Lydia's mother and li.vdja's aunt placed something nice on every plate. How pretty the table looked with the china and silver and the colored Jellies and the cakes! There were llttla cakes, and a great big cake, frosted. This was kept for the last It was on a big plate and was so ut that each little girl could pull a slice out. ;, Lydia's . aunt took the plate and, said.to Mary:,,,., , ,. . "Will thee have a slice 01 cake?" t How, good It , was! .Mary loved frosting, but her little heart was shy, and to pull out the (list slice while everyone looked! "No, 1 thank thee." she answered. "Will thee h r v a slice of cake?" asked Lydia's aunt of the next little girl. "No. I thank thee," she answer ed s "Will thee have a hHc?" "Will thee have a sljie?" Lydia's aunt asked of the third little girl. , "No. I thank Jhec.',' Ten little girls wanted the cat. Ten little lrls replied. "No. I thank thee," because no one wanted to be gin. Han it-1 said, "No., I,, thank thee"; Sue said, "No, I thank thee," Ten little girls were so disappointed. ..ydla's mother knew. . "Oh.." she exclaiiiifil gently, "it in such a nice cake, 'l ine will have a slice. Marv, ,won t thee?". She smiled as s slipped out the fust piece and laid It on Mary .1 plate. , "Th next little girl. will have a allce, will she not?" And another smile and another piece of cake was laid on a plate ' Sue will have a pice?'- "Harriet will hate a piece?" Every I. tile girl had a slice. Kvery one liked l.vdia'a mother. Sne knew. The party went gaily 00. Every one had a slice of, the big party fake, frosted.--St. Nicholas. WASHING WITHOUT WATER fa I.Ik lrJln In (irt Hid of Duatlroft WHuiiut llrrplelilc Did you ever see any one trying ti: iii iiiriunuivea wtmuui lump or wai-fr: If you did what would you say ol inn) ; .... 1 11 in fvnry Dir as roollst) tn try to fer no in , uaiHii un ana lu prevent iiald- i.y iveumy me germs which canf It, with C'MMhrarlilen, Vaseline, Glycer ine and similar Riibstnncns which .urn the principal Ine.reclients of iniint r,u called Jlair a row era. Xewhro'M Tlerplcldo is uriiwfiu bi cause it attack and kills the pmusltli germ which leeus on the hair runts. It is the original and onlv fh"1n. ttcaip germicide nvimirieturecl. Sold by leatlinr druggists. gnrt lOe. In st witis- fiw sample tu Tha Horpl. tda Co. ueiruit, alien. Two sires 60 cents and 1.H Fan! a. Bchuh ft Sona, Bpeclal Agatto ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. ' ... CENTRAL ROUTE XQ FLORIDA VIA BIRMINGHAM , Colum bun,' Albany and Waycrow. in con nectlon with the Central of Georgia Ky. and the Atlantic Const l.lnt;. On and after Oct ober lSth from Chicago, a THROUGH SLEEPINGOAR will be run from' Chicago lo Jacksonville via the above route leaving Chicago dally at 7 p. m., on the sleeping car section (coach section consolidated with ileoptng cariecUon at Carbondale, leaving Chicago at 6:00 p. tn.) of the Limited train for the South, arriving at fifrmlngham ',1:19 p. in, next day and a Jacksonville at 7:,V) the second morning. tluO'et-l.tbrary Car out of Chicago and Dining Cars Serving aflMealsEnRoute Plrcct connections at .Jacksonville for all pulntK in Florida and for bteamnhtpi for Cuba anil Naiwau. TIcketM, reservations. Information, train time and ra tea may be had of your local agent 8. HATCH, G. P. A., Chicago, ill. A. II. HANSON, P.'T. M., Chicago, III. H4 ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Winter Tourists Tickets. Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and return $13.10 Cairo to Durant, Miss., and re turn 11.10 Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re turn 15. 68 Cairo to McConib, Miss., and re turn 18.65 Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn 20.01 Cairo to New Orleans, La., and return . , . . v . . . 21 ,58 Also to Tourist. po(nta in , Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico, .Tickets sold dally in til April :10th. good returning until l!W!l. J. If. JONES, Ticket Agent, Cairo, 111. A. II. HANSON, Passenger Traffic Manager. S. 0. HATCH, General Tassenger Agent. TTTt " '1 : r , . Sorghum. Sorghum is a cane-like grass, with the stature and habit of broom corn, or of the table varieties of Indian corn, but more slender than the latter, with out ears and of a glaucous hua. Sor ghum is ctiltltated throughout 'Africa chiefly for t,ha sweet JtUces of the cane. Jn the. United talea l""has been, employed for many years ; to make sirup, for which purpose It la more or less grown In every state. It has also been the subject of much ex periment in sugar-making. ; i s '.'.... 1 r -t .:';-:, Yield Per Acre. The yield per acre,, lit pounds Is as follows for the principal grains, vege tables and fruits: Hops, 442; wheat, 1.260; barley,, 1,600; oats, 1.840; peas, 1,920; beans, plums and cherries, 2,000; onions, 2.800; bay, 4,000; pears. 5.00Q; grass, 1,000; carrots, 6,800; po tatoes, 7,500; apples, 8,000; turnips. 8,420; cllnqne foil grass, .G0O; cab bage, 10,100; parsnips, 11.200. Victory Through, Conflict. Savonarola: , Jf no light, no victory; no victory, no crown. . . 1 r:" ' ilwuiwiHwwpm.M, num. MMtmimmm flllD RCPD wf n yaa im tha hrt' UUM DCCn . at Ufa. 1 I .allr wkdlMOai. bwtlll It I. ABaOLOTBLT PCS' ne.zp.aMti apana in ta. .rawing ar .r for w. prld. .an.lv. on giviag yo; tt that MDnoi .. .qaaU.4 tor III "aialiae rt. and thsrovgh aarity, - CAIRO BREWING CO. SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE 1I0O-2 WASHINGTON AVENUE ' Cf alera In Evarythlnf that la gooal ! Eat, Use and Wear. .Exclusive Agsnte for LANKE' Calabratad Coffaa. May 31st. SKCENTRoL Corrected to December 1st, 1908. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE . Traine leave Cairo: 1:05 a. tn. Daily Chicago Vestibule Limited, arriving Chicago 11:30 a. m. 2:23 a. m.. Daily St. Ix)iils Night Limited, arriving St. Louis 7:08 a. m. Sleeplig car open at 8:80 p. m. 5:00 ii m., Chicago Dally Express except Sunday. 5:00 a. m., St. Ivoula Bformlg lx- kress, except Sunday. 11:15 a. m 8t Ixuls Fast Mall. 11:15 a. ., Chicago Mid day Special 2:35 p. m., Dally St Louis Llmltei 2:35 p Afternoon Epreee for Odin. Effingham, Mattoon. Champaign 5:10 p .m Thebes Accommodation. 7:15 p. m, Chicago and Eastern E'r press, :-., ,,..,,, ., ,. , 1 foiiM t Hi Id Him. All who play football will enjoy tbe little Joke p"ne' rated by a Mu dent in the Vale l-iw-tn hool. The professor was explaining the princi ples of contract. a.-. a the. New Vprk Times, and showed wiiat must ,e the nature of the promise made by eith er party to a contra, t. "'S'.ippoee 1 ctintract with, certain persona to make a toui bdown agalnut Harvard." be asked,, "can I hey hold me." , . . , "'Nt according to rule.' replied a a'ndent, thoughtfully, after some healtatlon. ' tuit the umpire might not be looking ',' The IhHC Wrhiprer. , Am the anexot 3 lokei ipon the rat a sacred, n rnany peo ple in th's ronntrr erert ihe d"g InTe :h ohtect of a r;lt. If dogi wer exempted from lv!ect;nn. we he ilere the an:l-li isertKnist bodiea would shrivel inta a f-w h(;erl al and haif cran uid ireu and ouiuf a. c-r a lot of wlh wahy. weak-mind-. cr.'ImeniaJiK'a Itiltiah Medl.al Jourial. 2; 30 .a,. .Memphis and Nashville. 330-a. m., Memphis and New. ,p leaas ,Llm Ited. .. -, . i y V- :09 a. m, Padueah and Louisville. 1.-41 p, rru, DaUy Memphia a N Orleans.. . t. 1:41. p. m Dally., Nasarffla, CtmiU noora and .Atlanta. .,, A ; - 4:30 p, rrw F1U0 AqcormrodsUotJ- b:5C p. n, Tadurah and Louisville 6; 00 p nu, Meraphl aa Or loana Special,. .- .-. . -.-: fer through tickets, sleeping, , car accommodations and further Informs tlon apply at UHsoia Central ,1'assta gar gtaUon. Calr.o UL a . w JHJONE,.T1akat Atant S. A. HATCH, a P. A. A. H. MANgONj. m. Jra'fi. Hae. tyitit 4 vtft ft MOBILE & OHIO R. R Alexander County optional bank Cammaralal Avenue anal Eighth ttrtol CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Capital Surplus 100,fX v. 100,00 OFFICERS E. A. Slider Frteltfenl Chaa. Feuchter ....... Vlce-PrealJenl J. H. Galllgan ..Cashier Frank Spencer .....Assistant Caihlee Aeeaunta af corporations ana" InalvlaV usls especially solicited. Exchange furnishes" te any part of tha world, Alexander County Savings Bank- CAIRO, ILLINOIS - . - t ' -u STRICTLY A SAVINGS SANK, . Capital , 190,000 Surphta M009 . OFFICERS . E. A. Surfer Fresla.nl C. O. Fatlar Vica-Fraaldanl J. H. Galllgan. Caahlae Frank Spancar Assistant Csihlee DIRECTORS Corrected to December lat. 1908. Time of Traine at CAIRO Southbound No. 1, Express daily, lv.. No. 3, Eaprcss dsdy, lv.. Nerthbeund No 2, Express daily, lv.. Na. 4, Express da ty, lv. .1:50 p.m .1:37 xn .1:50 p.m .2:17 a m. Most Cairo r-eople tare tn Calre rlietla en , their breakfast table ew J. H. JONES. Ticket Afewt STEAMER LIBERTY CAIRO AND NEW MADRID RACKET Leavea Caira at 10 a m. every Monday. Wednesday and Friday; New Madrid at a mm. vev T,. T- E. A. Budar Thoa. Boyd m. Kluga Chaa. F tech tee D. S. LaNsdaaj J. H. wUfllgaa) C O. Fatlee C. V. Naff N. tL Thlrtl.wd " Seerga Faree letsra.1 Fald aa Time DapaeTta. Cairo City Transfer Line Soeeeasor to StoIU A Waitara ... 4. H. KIERCE. Prop. . ail kinds af Hauling Dona Framptly. Soth Phonea 111 1111 Waahlngtaa) Ava, Calra, llflaela. River, Transportation Lee Line Steamers Far Mampata sad Way LaeaTteg. Pter Lea ..Saturday. Nov. 8. Stacker Lee Wed Dec 2, a-m. Sad e Lee fr day. Dec. . 5 m- Fae Si. Ln i and Way Land' eg. Pe'era Lee. . .Wednesday. Dec 2. a m. Stacker Lee ... Sunday. O.Ol a. t am. ; Far Freight and Passage asp'y at HaTlrdiy a Fhlll'pe Wharffeaat, Ca'f. ROBERT E, LEE. C BOURNE, General Mawagar . ft. F. P. A, n.eeet c" r e.,f aaswKisassaw'ww'.