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I'jYAY MORNING, DECEMBER" 9, 1008
5J 8IG CROWD III m . , r - . 0 :a " A Reliable Medicine 11 a Pair of 4mti. iVof a "Care-AW or SLIPPERS FRENCH DINNER ATTRACTED cr; THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEI CHRISTMAS P Ask Your Druggist THRONG WHICH ATE EVERY THING ON HAND. WW U THIS standard remedy has become widely known for its wonderful effectiveness 50 years before many of the so-called "cures" now on the market had even been thought of. DR. D. JAYNE'S EXPEdlbRANT is recognized all over the world today as a standard remedy for relieving and curing Colds, Coughs, Bron chitis, Pleurisy, Inflammation of the Lungs or Chest, Croup, Whooping Cough and other ailments of a sim ilar nature. You can get Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant at your druggist's, in three size bottles, $1.00, 50c and 25c. Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge. If any member of your family needs a gentle, pleasant and effective tonic this is the medicine to take. BIGCER SUPPLY TODA Number of Out-of-Town Visitors At tended and Bazaar Proved a Popular Meeting Place For Everbody. las by For Half a Century Wood's Fever Pills liuve hien known as the only Kure cure for Chill and I'evir and all HIllouBaud Malarial creases. As a Clood I'urlficr and In building up a run down system tiny have no equal. For Sale by all Local Druggists. Piovidonoe smiled attain vested on the Christmas Shop and tlw ski were blue and (tunny Inspiring shop pors to attend the bazaar given all the churches of Cairo. During; the noon luncheon hour Messrs. . Sain Colling and i Thompson am! Miss Lucille Smyth sans several songs and in the evening the High School orchestra iiluyed and Miss l.nnra Clendenen gave piuno sole giving an added pleasure to tlie throne: who lunched mid dined at the Christmas Shop. Two hundred and forty persons weir served at the Kronen dinnt lust evening and the supply of food gave out before all had been served o insure that all will be served to night at the Italian dinner another i table will be added and there will be a great truant ity of viands ready for the hungry ones. At the, French dinner last night forty pounds of veal, three dozen chit kens, three and a half bushels of potatoes and many other things were consumed. Today the menu will be as follows: English Luncheon. English fit-el. Roasted. Browned Potatoes. W'nldorf Salad. Boiled English Plum Pudtlins Cranberries). Coffee. Tea. 3 NtlW5 rKUM UUK NmuHbUKa trot ?rk vr irrmr V- i i inn rim ity ttrrrnrr MOUND CITY ILL. ) December 8. 1908. Mr. Joe Cauni of Crand Chain spent Tuesday in this yUy. Mr. and Mrs. ,t. (i, llhlii" were Cairo ihiu is Tu siln v. Misses Mary and Kaie Me.Neiie made a shopping tour of Cairo Tues day. Mis. Lyman V. Held of Memphis, is xpected home soon to spend the holi days willi her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Sims and family on Commercial avenue. Mesdames Q A. McCrackcn and C. S. Briltnn were among the Cairo vis iiors Tusday. ! lieverl.v . Hendricks spent Snndjiy with j relative at Dyersburg .Teim. Mr. .lohn V. Sims made a business trip to Cairo Tuesday. Mrs. Carrie Spence, who has spen! jthe past week with relatives at Lev- ; lugs, returned lionie 1 uesday accom- pauied by her neice, Miss Agnes Cal jvin, who will be her guest a few days, j Mrs. Frank Jurgman spent Tuesday ' wii h relatives in Cairo. Miss May Hawkins made a business trip to (iraud Chain Tuesday, j Mrs. ('has. Schuler was a Cairo i shopper Tuesday. Mrs. Hall W'hiteakor was anions the Cairo visitors Tuesday. Mr. Clyde Jones of (ietitryvllle, Ind . iirrived Tuesday to spend the winter at the lmine of his sister, Mrs. I). II. Mills on High street. Italian Dinner. Cold Sliced Roast Beef. Horseradish. Steamed Potatoes, With Cream. Fruit Tee. Spaghetti, With Cheese, Italian. Homemade Bread. Cold iSlaw.' Coffee, Tea. t 1 1 t EM MMEEMM 1 1 M t f 2 AMUSEMENTS t itrtTitsiiti Burlesque Tomorrow. t ; ar! inns for the past seven years. The Sam T. Jacks" tlaity Cirls Com pany, for men only, will ;ppear at the Cairo opera house. Friday I ec. 11 til. The Gaiety fllrls eompnn Is a tlior otighly new bnilesiiie aiiractlon, and has been launched by Cliff W. (Jiant. the well known New York theatrical manager. He has cipilpc.l the emu pany with eveiytliing thai N mce sary 10 make a burleMiie attraction succi f stul. and has a few tow wrink les that will prove a sun lis" ' !' Iron of liRht and alty ii:imn in- lit. lTices-21. .", '' S.ii ou sab- lo d.n Brown of Harvard. In "Brown of Harvard," .which will be presented at Cairo opera house matinee ami night. Saturday Dec. I'll, the iiirideins revolve about a boar race on the Charles River betwcfi the Harvard eight and ail Knglish crew a contest won at the last min me through the efforts of Hrowti after a traitorous fellow student, who had .lie! heavily on the visitors had near llv smreidel in lliiTiiili.it i n 12 his Alm.i Mater. ' The Lily and the Prince. The pr-setilatloti of Mildred I lot land's- exefii' st sit'e "The Uly an I t'l! I'llnii '" at the "aim opera hoiis in Satin-lay. Jieoemlier 1". tnatim,. and ira! t. will of '-r n i njmable -ii tertainmnt lnr il'ii" ho favor th iinitaaiic diai.ia. This io ilraiei llllei In Kill! dlltil': tie- siiteesiltl iitiiiv. T'" i-o-iii'niiie i of er ' ii!g! 'riib a el ' tar.t mi !. foc!!:i,', .1 giit.i" tmk primal or wMibip fn the M'i-JLT ! : :l-f 'I Ue Iw I ind it t lie l-ltf.i- 3lld HH "!i,. hu lie 1 .a,.-.; ti I'Uh-'ii tiis e(T it. It ! ion' iie-i . 1 I . i T -1 'i nil'-: n-!ti! Paul Gilmore. ( l.verv w lu re ram iitiniore nan ap iieared tins season tie has received .the same Declaim, due, no doubt, to l is splendid part In his splendid' paly. I but chiefly to his own personality. Mr. j;i!tnnre is announced to apepar the iM'ta house !. 2!uh. The Squaw Man. In "The Sipiaw Man" which romp to the oieta house Jan. .lh. with Dili tin Fat mini in the title role Edwin Milton Km!'-, has written a drama In which there is tnuth stitring incident and lias mingled the tragic and ligh' er shades of lifi in the right profior tionu. The play tells a Hory that I full of ibrulddne Interest that often Iwcnnie Intense. Tho musicians who will give the program today are as follows: At the ICngllsh noon luncheon, Mrs, Leigh W'.vyiiau. .Mrs. A- h Stahla, M;-s. A. V. Wei. Ion. Mrs. B. K. Thls- tlewood. Misses Kniiua Woodward, Zephia Smith, Beatrice Iancaster; at the Italian dinner this evening, Mrs. Robert K. Read, Mrs. It. R. This- 1 lew ood and Mrs. William F. Smith. The following; out-of-town visitors wen at the Christma Shop yester day: Mrs. J. C. Hundley. Mrs. A. S. Caldwell. Mrs. John Daniel, and Miss Ch.M'lotte Hanson, all of Ca rbomlale ; Mrs. S. .1. Redman, of Columbus, Ky.: Mis. F.dward W'csternian, Mrs. Leslie People nnl Mrs, A. L. Murphy, all of Mound City; Mr. Oscar Tamin, of Tamms. Mi. Tainni proved a generous lati'oii and bought quantities of home-made candies and some pretty dolls. He went about dist ributlm; lie candy among the ladies at the varioi's booths and helped to make a jolly time for everybody. For One oi Those Christmas Presents You are Thinking I4' Our Stock Is Complete in Evfcry Department. Men's, Ladies', Boys', Girls' and Babies' Shoes, An Unsurpassed Variety irom which to Select and Be Fitted. IUST RECEIVED four styles of Ladies' Slippers for Evening Wear, in the ankle-sfrap pumps and fen-strap Roman Sandal. ' Nice selections can be made from our lines of Ladies' Felt and Rir-Trimnied House Slippers. We have them in all colors- also for Misses and Children. For the Boys nothing would please more than a pair of High-top Shoes, or lace Boots, as they are sometimes called. Priced at $2.50 and $3.00! Smaller Boys' size 'of same style $2.00 and $2.50. of im V ucteu HAINS PANEL DRAWN. New. York. Dec, !!.- The speihil liaiiel of l.'O juiymeli for the trai T. Jenkins llains. indirted with bin brother, ('apt. Peter ('. Mains, for the murder of William K. AnnK nvaa. drawn in tne supreme court oi i (queens county at. Klushing' today. I Tho trial will begin on '.Monday after- j noon next. in.uuoi UL EL m. n -tr itx FOR INDir.F.sVrOM AND DYSPKl'SIA.. -MLIKVts SOUH STOMACH. BITCHING, ETC. n n r.ii. i. -ti.. .. r.i,..- ... "t.L.... ...i.it -wr . . ..... ' t ' - ..- w..,.. uuw ,n-T'i ui ina MIB tvu buusl,t IV. nd n IU ruiul T"' IMM), T.va SHI. hart .. . I f I MM OI'T ii. C. B.WITT CU COMrAAl, ClltCAOO. ICL. 8APTISTE-C0LLINS AT OPERA HOUSE ANOTHER EXCITING MATCH ON THE MAT PROMISED LOVERS OF MANLY ART TONIGHT BOXING ALSO. el i : ' , ! i s. ....; I. K'H I'll 1I is Ti f . Kii-ia. In At ti Old C-oss T' " i-'r ! --tii I it .I-.-S-.H ti. i il i h 1s t;..i., a J "lelfir f. 1.1 f... i' 1m h'i1 y i-t .- ai ; iS. j-n ri Marked For Death, e yei afo as ni(irk,I for A isfv iar.l nmph a. teat i'ltiK to p' c-s. !M iiin failed Hie. illd 1 . had fed, stlic-fl C,!' P: Kitit's ew Ij f (. Wi'lian.. of fi:t i- h-li, m" "Tiin dath. iac m;. to t I I Hie. tiv t'lba;!.! rrn'ii," s M , . Ky. " Til- lit-r i.l fiieei 't -bifii. In "A' i"te Ji'd rro Riia-ti'' li, Hill b---I) ai i In "jits Nins.-. n tiin- :!! I '.eht f'hr'uii.'. '! fi ?,'r r; and imiioerneni k. on ti'itil I hsd EaiTo-d .". fwiiid In eieht and rnv r-'-aKi a f.illv r--tore. " This nW i'li." hold, lb world's lie!in; rrc--r, fr.r ctiiirli and cold, and lun? sin I thros' di-a'- . It i revntu ptin u.-on.a mi 't rinui.tw i an '. k- aid II M. tleoiRe Hailiste will arrive In Cairo tonitrht for his match with Wild doe" Collins, and is confident he can pin Collins shoulders to the nat two out of three falls. The nun will weiRh In at the ringside and both contestants agree to weigh tn der 1."8 pounds. Collins looks to lie nearly as large as P.aptlste. There is much interest shewn in the bout and the crowd promises to be a record breaker. 1'ieddie HIiK-k of Kansas City will take the place of Kid Zimmerman In the boxing match anil Is a better man as he defeated Zlnitiit i man !'i St. 1oimh last Saturday night. Johnny Cole will lie niock'n opponent. XV. II. Barton, the promoter. r t'cied a letter AYednfsda.v from Mepiv 1,'erhing (halleuging the win ne - of the I aptls'e Collins match fnr a side lK-t of anv part of $l.n0. (;rr hinr's home is C1m land. Ohio, and h Is cnnsi.lerd the eoming middle- iKl.t of America. Cerhing defeat e l I Mil Mi'lnTid in Toledo a short tiree EE'l. Mi-i'leoild s one tjme h"a ejgl.t ibanppiii of Ameri a Hjina t'a'" I such mn a- Farmer Hums. Evan lei. the Stiangier. Tom JfKins and She Cuban Wi.n.p-f CAIRO CHRISTIAN CHURCH CORNER STONE LAYING Achievement of Several Years Hard Work by Earnest Members-Interesting Exercises An interesting ceremony will tak lace tills afternoon m Z o'clock, n llie corner of SKteenlli and I'opla" si reels, at which time and place tlv (Oiner stone will be laid for one of Cairo's beautiful houses of worship fur the congregation of the Chritioti Church. The building is the result of long and persistent work by a ev aniest niembeis of the congregation wlui have met witd many il i Hi -it 1 1 it-,-v.liich tliey have oerCoiiie. Kien after the foundat ion had been started there were discouragements which caused .i delay of months, km. I only witht i j.lie lasi few mouths, on the cumin;; j of the present pastor, Ke. Kraut; Ihompson, has the project taken ncv life and is How oil the sure road t.i i 'duplet ion. Tin- building; will be C.othlc. ol j i,i'i.m' d biick wiili none tiluiniiugs. ilximi feel iii dimensions, with a Im1 lower at the (oilier rising about led high. The Door space nil! bp ciii up ii.to a spai Ions audiioi lum .itll Inclined floor, A Suii la School loom and gallery, with pulpit, choir Notice to the Public BARBECUED MEATS. n in'-iiiM ini-rf-Mi'ig .i nia ! r-i',irnt .orr life f 'ha' ' tof. an! ia-a i--r lave tf a 4in wirh a n hunt. The rHi'n i a fi.!-T lid mr 1I sin 1 li"'l l i -n Kt.o At .l tin lb'n tel- bon ) a4!f t fn.n, Jt T i'.i Y. c:.ff Hu. WaililngtoB ka t-a si h XniitiS C Ai-'t's i' ase. He Court Hr-u. A Dangerous Operation. I the- removal of ih a;.jie-n lix by a tirgenn. No one who take ' i Kit.e's N'ew I.if.- PiUs is e-r mhj-t-e-il ti thi frightful ordeal. Tti'-r work so qnietlv you don't fed them. They cur rnstitiation tiadarh, l.iliont-n-r and n.alaria. ;.V at ail dnis Vr''- FnrVcriHe for The r.n'letiu. tt r-aper In tte illy. Th ' 'fit . A v It IV t,- -va 4' i . 1 " ' v. si- 1 r i i I , 1 t r, - We have opened our new office and Sample Rooms at Washington Ave., Sycamore and Twenty-first Street, where we will keep in stock a big assortment of CARRIAGES, Buggies, Carts. Runabouts, Bikes, Spring Wagons, Grocery Delivery Wagons.bota open and with tops. HAR.ESS, all styles, buggy, team, carriage, spring wagon and cart harness, lap robes, whips, horse covers and stable supplies. CARRIAGE heaters, genuine Clark brick, or carbon. Farm tools of all kinds. Rubber tiring neatly done. Buggy poles, buggy shafts and buggy fops repaired. Respectfully. 1 Three States Implement Co. Washington Ave Sycamore and 21st Streets. si ace and b;ipi;tiy at the north end. The Sunday Si hool room and palie; y i.in tie ojH-ri.-d in'o the auditorium, and cue a in'a! -a'ific rapacity of I ' "i. A hish h.i cient extend un it' r ' ic ftri'i-' Vut: ii'-. and this ca'i ' ii'ii.71 for r." r'ainnint and oth er pur ;k.c. It i- tirn-i'i-d that the tdtiel.tic h"ti completed i!l rrxt in th c ief Vr 1 mi I i f 1 2 '.'1 "'. r.e..-it!i now. Invocation Rev pr. (Jrahani. Scripture Reading -Pt v. J. O. Pef. Hiief a I lr .se. -The philoMrh" of a Church Rnihiio" Rv. Burt" anan an) Rev. Ohitim. Placing Hon" and deposi1:!!!; eon iiiit. !Son "All HjiI the Power." Heriedu ion Rt. J C. Thompson. Th- ln.-'i.i.i-t Cornmi'toe of th-! 1 ,,!., M.v.e. nf R'i. Ktark Ttion p j Th is Worth Reading, .rfi. .w' !i ThWtlemmHi. irts ' Ieo T. Z-linWi. or C8 Giboa S. tt-er; J M in. J. p.in an. Dr ; P-tTaUi. X. Y, y: I tred the Bjo! A H Pr-erini. M- !nie H. O Fa- airojttia; rW't were I eTer had, wiii iro. .-Hnii.i H,iMnE. P. 1. Tf'! ,,:' '' A mica ra:r-. I applies da 's!i once a day f- two day. whe-s Today's Eercies. wt rc nf th sor tw pon. A h"-. t it i!-'e.tie. r,;n-sri ' I ?' all orc ftdd in.ier fuar3.Tr ha t--ii iTirt-l fr.r 'ho coen.ir , t" t all dro stores. J. of l.ii ir jf the cnrrr ;one to :av. and j if the w.vhr i ld-aant ;h-. i? UNTIL CHRISTMAS EVE HkKiP. ukl) to 1 a la ee attendance. Tn ' UAH BOS. STO"C WILL BE OPEN j-rw.-acn U i folio: J AT MIGHT fOR THE ACCOM M S -Ls Tiai Co4 rrcm Vta ai' ' DATlCN CF SHOPPERS.