THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1908
IN TUB CAIRO BULLETIN
AUK KICAD KVEHY MORN
ING IN 2 0 00 FAMILIEJ.
The Wan! Co'mund of the Bulletin are consulted by
hundreds ut, i.-yple every morning iu search of real
estate Imrgdns, Articles for sle, lo.it or found, glt
uatlona wauled aud vacant.
Oae luaertSon, r vrd . .01
Three InMirtlous, pr word . .02 f
One Week, per word .... .03
One Month per word . . . .13"
Nq advertl.nement Inserted for less than 85o.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN
Rates fee Classified Netleee
On Inssrtlen, par ward. ...... I
fhr Insetlon. per wrd .Ot'i
On week, par word. ,....... U
Oa menth, p ward... .1
N advertisement lnrtd far la
than iwsnty-flv cant.
rOK KENT Furnished froal room
la new modern cottage, suitable for
two gentlemen or ma a and wife. 824
Twenty second street
WANTUD Kvery ono to know of
tlie Remington Oil HiikIuc, the most
1 rust worthy online now built. One
KHfulino online comprises battel u s.
spark (oil, wires, timers, etc., tiling
that iire a positive nuisance to the
engineer as arranged in some er
Kines. Address all coiiiiiniuie:itii,s
direct to the company or V. l. Unit
souk, Agent, Thirty-third street,
- Stocks a Bonds Cereals -
MARKET IS ACTIVE
Evidence of Holiday Dullness
New York Stock Exchange
Prices Generally Up.
TO LET Room and board for hus
band and wife. 310 Seventh street.
FOR RENT Good business place
a". 1311 Washington avenue Is for
rent, possession la 30 days. Store
room 25x80. Apply to John Bourgols.
WAXTLI)---Position by youi: boy
who is willing to work. As;e C.
Office work preferred. Address X.
V. this olfice.
T." this office.
Foil rt li
FOR RK.NT New store room 25x80
at 11715 Commercial avenue. Apply to
11. A. Swoboda.
FOR RENT Seven room louse
with modern improvements. Inquire
TA Fifth htieet.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnisheii
rooms with board, steam heat, elec
tric lights and hath. Apply :)H Wal
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able-
bodied unmarried men between ages
of IS and 33 ; citizens of United States,
of good character and temperate hab
its, who can speak, read and write
English. For Information apply to
recruiting officer, 415 Ohio 6treet,
FOR RENT Round Oak heating
ston. Twenty seventh Ktreet.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping;. I"'ii5 Poplar street.
FOR SALE Well established pool
room best of reasons for selling.
of good build,
let in office.
D. Q .,
FOR SALE-Cow giving from 2i
to -1 gallons milk daily, with calf four
weeks old. To sell at once. Apply to
Mi:; lladeii, lSol Commercial avenue.
Advertisements of not exceeding
three lines win be accepted free for
one- week's time from any reader of
The Bulletin to be filed by advertiser
In person, on regular form, at the of-
fl of Th Bulletin Company, 70J
Ohio street. The Bulletin Company
assumes no responsibility for any ad
vertisement or statement made there
in and will ct accept uacUr thlr
beading the notice of ey yaraoo
known to be employed.
WANTED Position as nurse In
confinement cases. Apply 1110 Cedar
WANTED-Position by furniture
.Uld carpet salesman. References.
Address Arthur DeMougln, care of
lUue Front Restaurant.
Pit petals For the Removal of Gar-1
baye For the Year 1909.
Cairo, 111.. December Sth, PJ08.
denied nronsals adilressed to the
City Council of the City of Cairo,
Illinois, wilt be received at the office
i.f the Clt Comptroller up . to .1
i.'r lock, p. in. jjhmsday, IK'C. 31st
limn, lor the aytnoval of all g.itbagf
ol the city during the year 1!m9.
The garbuge, consisting of all de-rnyt-d
fiuils. vegetable and kitchen
.rials and .lead animals, from tli
In nt of all residences and streets of
the City of Cairo aiis may be directed
by the City Council and Hoard of
The contractor. will be required to
remove all garbage during the months
l.ereafter named as follows:
For hte months of January, Feb
mury and liiieiiiber, two times each
week; March aiid April, three times
each week; May. June, July, August.
i' te.nber. October and November,
rlx times esclf week.
The removal of i ho garbage to tw
.... ail lufur! lull ff th 111 1.1 T(! Of
Ila!th and deposited not less than
lin Mll away from any inhabited
lrtion of the city.
A bond In the sum of Five Hun
dred .'eH Dollars with approved se-
urity must accompany each bid.
The round! reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
it you see fit and show cause, If any
you hae, why said will should not
be admitted to probate.
JESSE K. MILLER,
Dated at Cairo, 111 ..December 7th,
New York, Dec. 23 The speculative
omniuuity remained convinced today
that Important re-alignments are li.
progress, or in contemplation, in rail
road relations. The first effect of
the announced purchases of control of
the Colorado and Southern by the
liirliiigton had a mixture of misgiv
ing and a possible prelude to renew-
1 outbreak of antagonism which fig
tired in the Northern securities settlement.
That misgiving has passed away,
apparently, and the Incident has com.'
to be accepted as unmixed encourage
ment to speculative enthusiasm. Its
Influence was very manifest today,
as yesterday, In the continued circu
lation of rumors and conjectures In
great variety as to possible further
mergers and absorptions.
The market was spotty at times,
owing partly to the reactionary tend
ency of some minor stocks which fig
ured miwit prominently in the rumors
yesterday. It is noticeable thatar
tive speculation is in progress in
bonds of a class which might be lift
ed from a condition of doubtful se
curity under the separate control of
smaller financial organizations into a
lilgner grade ol security witli compan
ies in control of powerful corpora-
lion of first class credit. It is the
enormous transactions in bonds of
that class which have swelled the vol
ume of the bond market for twrf days
past, to almost record proportions
The speculative element in these deal
ings was plainly manifest iu the vio
leu't reactions which occurred today
In the prices of some of those which
rose most, yesterday's price move
ment being unite as wide In some of
these cases as Iu shares. At the sain.
time the investment demand for firs!
class bonds continued excellent, and
the ready absorption of new bond is
sues as fast as Hiey are ottered con
stitutes one o ftlie strong underlying
conditions of the present finacial si!
nation. As long as this condition
Is :.;:::iif'.'st and the call money murk'.t
kept free from violent fluctuations.
hi re is little influence felt from the
mo: i mmediate changes in the mon
. y f.ip; ly. Large incursions ar"
i : i a 1 in.'.; ti'.l on cash holdings of
Today's sub-treasury operations ills
closed he wihdrawal of $3,38 1.0'jn
ftoni the batiks, undoubtedly due to
further payment of subscriptions to
Panama bonds. This brings the lots
of the banks on this account for the
present banking week to $i,L,53,0ii).
There is a falling off iu the demand
for time loans and unwillingness to
pay current asking rates which argues
the expectation that easier terms will
be procurable after the turn of the
year. The market showed no aspect
at any time of what Is called holidav
PUTTER -- Finn, creamery 23111
COFFEE 0 ions closed steady
net unchanged to five points lower.
Sales 18,0(10 bags. December 520,
Spot unlet; No. 7 Rio (;';; mild dull;
Cordova OVi (i(12Vj.
Sl'OAR Raw steady; fair refining
317f(32!t; centrifugal 90 test 3(17W
370; molasses sugar 311217 3!i."; refine
steady; confectioners "a" 450; mou
"a" 3oo: cut loaf 345; crushed 545
powdered 473; granulated 4U5; cub
DIGNIFIED IN NAME
HAVE BEEN THE MISTRESSES OF
THE WHITE HOUSE,
But On Woman Has Had High Honor
of Being th Wife of One and
the Mother of Another
WHHT WAS FIRM
Although Trade Was Quiet Corn
Advanced Moderately On the
Strength in Wheat.
in stocks and
Chicago, Dec. 23. WHEAT Trm
win unlet and the market firm all
day with the exception of a bri
period at the start, when slight de
(lines were recorded, owing to sell
ing brought out by lower prices at
Liverpool. The strength was niaiul
due to the desire of shorts to "eve:
up" for the Christmas holidays. Ti.
demand was chiefly from December
and offerings were rather meagre.
The news was principally of bearish
chentcter. At the close prices wer.
4 ' better. No. 2 red W,'Mt
104?-; No. 3 red 1 )2U (fi PM ; N'o. 2
hard 102 (.'! 7S ; No .!! hard Wt
M3: .May opened 1n5?Kf; 1 m; : highest
pi(;V; lowest 105"; closing !o;fff
Kii;'-,; December ln2'i
CORN Advanced me.lerat'dy. th
strength of wheat being the chief far
tor. i tie improve.! demand lor cash
grain by eastern shippers and th
tailing oft in olteilngs from the conn-
rty were other bullish factors. Cash
(torn was firm 1 higher: No. 3
37 '-j 4i 38: No. 3 white r,: No. S
cllow 37,.i(3S: May opened W;:'ti
C(ai ; highest 01; lowest 00 ; clos
ing lil ; December 57U-
OATS (ash interest were active
bidders and a firm market resulted
1 lie brisk demand lor cash oats at
aii advance ot '.. ffj 1 by shippers was
"lie of the chief strengthening fa
flnences. Th" close was firm with
5'i-'.. ; h-tan.
3 white 5''(T
Chicago. Pec 2:
. The following
i:- load lots represent the day's
FUur 15 2",
Wheat 31 33
Ci i n 317
Minneapolis. Dec. 23. WHEAT.
May Hr.ii- .luiv f: : Decern
er 107. Cash No. 1 northern pi!('i:
c. 2 northern lu7'i.
PETITION TO PROBATE WILL.
State of Illinois, Alexander County,
sCOUnty Court Alexauder County
Ix-cenilx-r te;m. K"8.
In the matter of tns probate of the
last mill nd tet-tament of AIJa R.
Finith. deceased. In rrnbate.
To all rnnns whom this may con
r m C, n-et ing:
Notice is hereby given that on the
7tii day itCrxember A. D. a
lt!.'i.in a nlii in the ..unt crort
of Alexander county. .Illinois, asking
ll.at the last i!l and t'stamnt f
Aids R- Smith, deceased, be admitted
to !irobat Te fame petition fur
ther Mates that the following named
persons are all the beirsatlaw and
Wat: Ctiar:- A. Smith, Sarah
Jlrlloway. Alda R. Smith.
Yon are further notified, that the
baring of the iroof of taid will has
been by fald court for the fourth
lay of January A D. 1 !, at the
hur of 10 o'clotk in the forenoon, at
Ihe court bone In- Cairo to said coun
ty, abea and where you taa ajer,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Cairo, III., Dec. 1 . 1908.
Sealed proposals addressed to the
i lly council of the city of Cairo, initio;;-,
v. ii! be received at the office
(if the city clerk up to 7 o'clock p
m. Tuesday, January 3th, V.HKi, for
the erection aud construction of a
two story brick building to be known
as station No. 3 for the Cairo lire
depi.rtuient in accordance with draw
ing- and specifications copies of
which may be obtained from the city
Proixisals shall he accompanied by
a certified check for an amount equal
to 7 per cent of the total amount
of the bid as required by the sped
liiiitfonH, and the contractor to whom
the contract Is awarded will be re
(julicd to furnish Surety Company
Im.ii I for the faithful execution of the
Other Information may lie ol
tained by applying to C. Kusencr.
Architect, office Alexander County
National Hank bell, ling.
The city council reserves the right
to rejeit any and all bids.
Remedy for Hives.
Rhubarb and soda may be used with
good efWt. A dessertspoonful should
be taken every two or three bonis.
The itchlnf mar be relieved by apply
Ing a loUon consisting of mjha! parts
oi piriTS or camphor, water of
monla and alcohol This lotion
be used as required.
His Motives M'-sunderstood.
"Our tastnr is urh a thoughtful
man." said Mrs. Jenner Lee Ondpo.
"When be is polfis to rreafh a mis
sionary sermon ard take up a collec
tion for the heathen he always an
nounces it two or ".iee Sundays b-fort-ian-i."
H.IXDSOME SOtVEMR 10 I
EVERY LADY PURCHASER,
At Solomon's Clo'.bes Sbop.
NEW YORK MONEY.
New York, Dec. 23.. Money on call
firm 24 f 3 1-4 er cent, closing bid :;.
Time loans dul and easier; Co and !'i(
days offered at 3a; six mouths ll-tfi
4 per cent. Mercantile paper 4 to 4'
per cent. Exchange steady, d.-iiian I
I1K7.H5; sixty days H.S.'i.o.'iTf I.S.VLi
liar silver 4S4.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Ix-c.
Amal. Copper sir-, 7H'h
Am. Suuar 12S'i 12S
Atchison !(7'i 97'-4
Do. Pfd P'24 103
li. and O ie!t'2 1"!
It. R T 074 03i'j
C. and N. W. 17J('M 17!s;
C. M. and St. P ILS'j 117
Colo. F. and I C, 2si,
D. and R. C. 3M 37
lVi. Pfd 82 2
Gt. Nor. Pfl 115'i 111',
Illinois Central 117 H3'a
Inter Mets 1!
Io. Pf l tH 40
L. and N 122--, lil"1.
Mo. Pac M 01 'i
M. K. and T 12-s, I2
X. Y. C 12'-, ll'',
Xor Pac HI H"i4
Pac. Mail 3C 31',
Penn 13' 12'''.
Peoples t;a :; i'r-4
Heading 13:, 13S
Rock I.-land 24', 27
Iw. Pf l f- -Vi
Sou. Pac in
Sou. Rv r.:
I'll ion Tac 1S1, 17.
C S. Ste.l 544 S-';
iv,. pfi n;'2 112
I. Pfl 17, 5"
W.-'trn I'liino (,7 '"7
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New Yotk. Dec. 23. -WHEAT. R
clpts .!. : exports 'M.ooo; spin
tirin; No. 2 red 1 i7:,i f 1 (O1, elevator
itnl Io'.'"h f o b. afloat. Options close I
'i Iiet higher. December 1'iH7;
CORN Receipts 30,0'mi; eXiOlt
21,oiiii: spot firm; No. 2 03 to arrive
elevator and f'.5!i f o b. nfloai ; No. h
white 00: No. 2 yellow f,3'i f.o.n.
afloat, tlptiolis closed firm lit 1 cent
hinher on Decern! er au l up other
ttii-e: Ih-ieiuber lil-,; .luiv 07"N.
OATS Receipts 41. lion; eioits 1,
i.mi. s).of steady: mixed .H fi 51'i :
white 311 57; clipped white 5i,i,
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Chicago. D -c. 2o.-CATTI.K- lt
celpts 2o): steady; M crs it.oii '.n
rows :;inii .,2 .; heifers
bills 2751 45n; lalves
striker and le. drs 25','!7
ll( MIS Reo-ipts ::2.r.'..1;
chide' heavy shippers
but hers 37oiS : liirlit
33-1. hoi e light 323ft 3.,
::5.'.li 375: pigs 4'o'Ji515.
SIIKKP Rei, i i .1 h miMMi; st. a l
to strong; sheen e.ift 3o.i; lan.le, 2o
".;"; ycrlinc4 4J5ft.23.
Refunding 2's r-g ..1"; li;
Re'aniing 2s cou ..P'l ;f
Registered 2'a V" 1'"'
Coupon 2 '
New Is rg 12'v 12"'i
New I's coupn 121 121
ST. LOUIS CATTLE.
St Ixitis. Mn.. Dc. 23-X'ATTI.n
Re-lt!4 2'MM: st-ady; le"f
steers .:755 775; stix ker and f.-e.f
r-i i;..; cows and M-if.-r-t .1 iifi
.3"' Teta M r 3"'. ,",n
IftKLS Ri cejj.ts s'"i; t--A :
rai g d (.m.t, js3.
Man' Greatest Weakness. .
As 1"U s iuw remain what tt'y
are and wUt they baie b- u fl(r tu
turles, a woman who Is as able- k
will have more tbai.re to marry t:.a
one who is not frifortunateiy. ia
are dlsposf to look for U-a-jfy a
weil. arid .-aijrf-jl wuin-fi ai e-!d'..n
gd cfifiku A!"nie-a Ha!i.J.-t L
Fame Is fleet Ing enough In the case
of men, hut when it comes lo women
the goddess is twice as fickle. Almost
any public school pupil more than ten
years old cun repeat the names of the
presidents of the 1'iilted States, but
how many know the presidents' wives?
Doubtless 90 per cent, of the adult
population Is unable to name off
hand more than a half dozen women
whoso husbands occupied the While
Everybody knows Martha Washing
ton was Mrs. Custis when she was
married to the Father of Ills Country,
but how many remember her maiden
name was Dandiidge? There are
dozens of families throughout the coun
try which, If heraldry obtain in Amer
ica, would he entitled to emhhuoii the
nation's shield on their coat ofarms
by reason of havlug been connected
with presidents through their ances
tresses. They represent the names of
Daudrlds. Custis. Smith, Wayles,
Skelton, Payne. Todd, Kortwright,
Johnson, Donelsoti, Robards., Hoes,
Symtnes, Christian, Gardiner, Chil
dress, Powers, Carmlchael, Mcintosh.
Appleton, McCardie, Dent, Webb, Ru
dolph, Herndon, Folsom, Scott, Lord,
Dlmmick, Saxon, Lee and Carow.
And those are only nuines of presi
dents wives. The mothers of the
presidents, beginning with Washing
ton's, originally bore the surnames
Hull, Hoylsion. Randolph.. Conway,
Jones, Smith, Hutchinson, Hoes, lias
selt, Armlstead, Knox, Stroller, Mil
lard, Hendricks. Speer, Hanks, McDon-
ough, Simpson, Hirchard, Ballon,
Stone, Neal, Irwin, Allison and Bul
Only one woman had the honor of
being both the wife and the mother
of presidents. She was Abigail Smith,
who was married to John Adams, the
second president, and whose son,
John Qulncy Adams, became the sixth
presldeut. Another woman, Eliza
beth Hassett, was wife and grand
mother of presidents. Her husband
was William Henry Harrison, ninth
occupant of the White House, her
grandson, lieitjamin Harrison, the
twenty-third In line.
That all the presidents have been
dignified men from their early year
Is shown by the Christian names
their helpmeets. Among the wives
the presidents there' never has b(e
Flossie, a BiibHte, a Tessle, a Kitty
nor even a uweiidoln, Hortense
Mabel. The only woman whose given
name approached frivolity was Dolly
Madison, and she no doubt was chris
tened, Dorothy or Dorothea, unless
mistake was made at the baptismal
font. There were two Marthas am
as many Abigails. ( 'amines. Marys
Elizas and Julias.
The other presidents' wives have
een, respectively, Dolly, Louisa
Rachel, Hannah, Anna, Letltla
Sarah, Margaret, Jane, Lucy, Lucre! la
Ellen, Frauceg, Ida, Alice and Edith
Equally staid were the names of the
presidents' mothers. Ther hafe been
two each of Jane, Eliza, Anna and
Nancy ; three Marys and four Elizabeths
Die other mothers of the presidents
dlid the names Susanna, Nelly, A hi
gall, Maria. Sarah, Phoebe, Harriet
Sophia. Malvlna Hnd Martha. The
wife of the first president and the
mother of the latest were named
Martha. It Is hard to conceive of any
of those women being addressed by
WASHING WITHOUT WATER
I I.IU lf)fiilf ; Hid ( Daadrae
Ullliuut Herplold. ''
Did yuu sver- fee iiny un: trying to
wunh tl.viniiL'lv.s without souy or
If yuu did what would you suy of
hi in 7
It Is ewry bit as fool In h ti try to (t
rid of LiundiutT uiitl to prevuut lialj
niis liy rvudttijf the germs which csua
It. with CuntlintrlUes. Vaiielliie. Ulycr
In and slmlljr substances which torm
tint lU'lui-ipul Inure Jiontu of moat so-
culled flair K"i-i-
N'cwtroH 1 1 erplelile Ik succsgiifiil b-
rniiM' It iittack-i and klltn ttio pjiusltio
germ which feeds on the hulr routs.
It In tli ' original and only Kvnuln
eciilp gorinblde manufactured.
Sold by leuil Irtsr dnigirlsts. rtwrid 10c. In
stamps for sumplo to Ths Horpl.-ldo C.
1'wo aiaen 50 rents and 1.N.
Paul O. tchun A Sods, Special Afaata
Large SUtle Electric Machln.
The largest sUtle electric muchin
tvtr built U owned by u New York
physician. Twenty 40-luch glass discs
revolve aiju'a-i la vUrs u iwduce
upai ks 30 aacuea loag by three-fourths
of uu Inch iu diauteler.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
CENTRAL ROUTE TO
Columbus, Albany and Waycross, In oou
iifftton with the Central of Ueorgla Ky. and
the Atlantic Coast Uue. Ou aad after Oct
ober 18th from ( tile-ago, a
will be run from
Chicago to Jacksonville
via the above route, leaving Chk-aga dally at
7 p. iu., on tho slte)iliiK car section (coach
mx'tloii coniiollilattii with leeplm caruoctlon
at Carbondalu. leaving Chicago at ko0 p. m.)
of the Limited train for the South, arriving
at Klrmliigham ;t:l5 ..in. neit day and a
Jarksonvlllu at 7:00 the second morning.
Mullet Library Car out of Chicago and
Dining Cars Serving all Meals EnRoats
Direct connection st Jsckiionvllle foraJl
points In l-'loilila and for tsteamahtpa for
Cuba and Nassuii,
TIckctH, rcHL-rvatlunn, Information, train
time and ratun may be had of your local agent
K. U. HATCH, (1. r. A., Chicago, III. I
A. II. HANSON, P. T, M Chicago, 111.
roposal for City rlatlno.
Cairo, III,, Dt, da, im.
Sealed proposals addresced to th
City Council of the City of Cairo,
will be received at the office of the
City Comptroller up to S o'clock p. m.
Thursday, December Slat. 198, fm
doing the city printing for tha yeal
All bids must include the publish
Ing In some dally newspaper of all the
proceedings of the City Council, all
ordinances, governing the city o
Cairo, all official notices of whatever
kind required to be published by the
laws and ordinances of the City of
Cairo and all other official notices re-
quired by the City Council or County,
The type to be used is to be what
la known as 8 point type.
A bond in the sum of two hundred
(200) Dollars with approved securiti
mugt accompany each bid.
The City Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
City Comptroller, f
Proposals For Furnishing Lumber ta
th City For th Year 1909.
Cairo, 111., Dec. 5th, 1908.
Sealed proposals addressed to th
:ity Council of the City of Cairo, Illl.
nols, will be received at the office ot
the City Comptroller up to 5 o'clock
m. Thursday, December 31st, 1908.
for supplying to the City of Cairo,
Illinois all lumber needed for public
use during the year 1909.
Bids must state the price for each
kind of lumber, white oak, cypress,
white or yellow pine, and are to be
lellvered to any part of the city at
may be ordered.
A bond in the sum of five hundred
(500) dollars with approved security
must accompany each bid.
The City Council reserves the right
o reject any and all bids.
As to Snetzing.
W da person sneer.-? Why
does almost eveiy one beli-v that to
flieeie Is to catch cold? Sneezing Is an
explosive eipu'lsloii of air through the
nasal passages aud mouth; but what
causes It and what are its results? It
Increase the circulation. It clears the
hnud. When you sneeze always hold
your h-ad straight In front. Don t
twist it to the left or tight. Never
sneeze over your Stioilliler. You me
liable to bin st a blood vessel.
Some say that sit tine; In a draft will
cause sne7.iiia. in runner flays It was
a Tery polite custom to take snuff to
encourage a sneeze. Men had their
hejeweieij snuff botes and carried
1hlr LandkTchb f In their cuffs. No
doubt a sneer w as oi ninslly designed
to eipel Irritating materials from th
ujptr air pasnae id Ttie act a
powerful etpiratoiy fffmt l made, th
oal cruds aie k. pt sh it till the pies
sute in the (tin!, has risen hlt;h. and
air Is then suddenly atlnwd to ei
nparl. being direcil Ib'o the ba, k
of th nose by the soft t alata.
A Bostan Touch,
upon a time IWo!f Hop: r
Th Garden On Enjoys.
I am rapidly arriving at tb -elusion
that tbe only rHe-, ou n
)T are tb be)':g:nt; o ovr fe-.'
an 1 that all rtia;4l o-i- r-
bouf grln!rig In general ar r,t
tn orr s blazing fir oa ti:ij-;.. .
nhts ty pc; of en.twant D..a? -ea'lfwi
an! o know)eg whatever oa
ta sobj-ct Ladies" Field.
met a Iios'on t-t-rson In
wfom he ha ! not shb
(-ril of (PiraMon.
"Helio; how are you Where have
oi been" said Hpp-r In 1.1 hearty
war. giving the New Tork iTontineU
tloa to th Word "beefl."
'P!a don't sav h:n.' but 'been,'"
pleaded the Fut'.n ron -!alntivety
Sorry, but I ouit." pl-de. tbe
b.g feiiow " nr had a ban in
my r,e i't m my 1:fe. .t even In H"
t,.." veniaa Magazma.
Sn a'.l I lat'r-r It's m't
time arg M t:':M r r ge.rait.T
Cultur4 Mo'.hcr WelL teil c
what the les-oa is sb..ut an! I U wn't
c.t the ar,r for o to lea.-n.
Sa.a:i Di :!-'r Th Uses of Afr, a
Cultur! l!rher I'm er if you
n.:'iid your ge-raihy, yen eareles
L. 1 yet 'i Jut bust ua yo tal
It T Wetk.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Wintsr Tourists Tickets. ' "
Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and
Cairo to Durant, Miss., and re
turn II. Id
Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re
Cairo to McCotnb, Miss., and re-, ,
Cairo to Hammond, La., and re
Cairo to New Orleans, La., and
return 21. St
Also to Tourist points In Florida,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and
New Mexico. Tickets sold dally un
til April 30th, good returning until
May 31st, 1909.
J. II. JONES,
Ticket Agent, Cairo, III.
A. II. HANSON,
Passenger Traffic Manager.
8. O. HATCH,
General Passenger Agent
THE BIG STORE
1100 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Ctaler In Everything that I geo4 to
Eat, L)t ana Wsr. Exclusive Ant
far BLANKE't ClbratJ Coft. M
Corrected to December 1st, 1908.
THE FAST MAIL ROUTE
Trvn Leav Cairo!
1:05 a. m. Dally Chicago Vestlbul
Limited, arriving Chicago 11:30 a. m.
2:23 a. m., Dally 8t Louis Night
Limited, arriving St. Louis 7:08 a. m.
Sleeplig car open at 8: SO p. m.
5:00 i. m., Chicago Dally lipres
5:00 a. m., 8t. Louis Moralg li-
V-ress except Sunday.
11M5 a. in, St Lorts Fast MalL
11:15 a. nM Chicago Mld-dsv 8peclal
2:35 p. m.t Daily St. Louis Limited.
2:35 p m., Afternoon Express for
Odin, Effingham, Mattoon. Champaign
5:10 p .m, Thebes Accommodation.
7:15 p. Chicago and Eastern Kr
Cammarclal Avanua and Eighth lrl
E. A. lutfar rraslrfaal
Chas. Fuehtr , Vlca-Pralstnl
J. H. Galilean ..Caahlar
Frank near Assistant Caaklsa
Aeeant ef earporstlon ana' Inglvfa-
ual spclally solicit). Exchange
furnish! t any tart f th wrl.
i fj? -
STRICTLY A SAVIN SS BANK
Cagltal , tSOJoa
2:30 a. m., Memphis and Nashvlll.
3:30 a. m., Memphis and New Or
COO a. m, Paducah aad Loulsrlll.
1:41 p. m. Dally Memphis aaa New
1:41 p. Dally Nash rill. ChatU
poora and Atlanta.
4:30 p. rulton Accommodation.
5:5b p. Paducah and Louisville
:00 p. Memphis and Nw Or
For throuch tickets, sleeping ear
accommodations and further Inform s
tlon apply at Illinois Central Passesr
ger Station. Cairo 111.
J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent
A. HATCH. C P. A.
H. "ANgON. saa. Trert Me.
E. A. Bator FraalaVutl
C. O. Fatter ....Vle-Frl1nl
J. H. GMllliM.r Cashier
Frank Seeneer .....Assistant Ceshht
E. A. Bgr
0. S. LansM
i. Hm Salllgasi
& a Fatter
C V. Nlt
H. B ThNtlws
IMereaf Fat en Time Bwaaafla.
MOBILE & OHIO R. B
Corrected to December 1st
Tlne of Train at
E press daily, lv....1:50 evnx
Espres didy, fv....1:I7 a.m.
t, ts press daft jr. (v..
4, Espre daily, fv.
J. M. lONtS, Tlkt AgMt
Cairo City Transfer Lino
ueesor to Btolta V WUtare M.
JL H. KIERCE. Free.
All kind ef Hauling Done Fremsjs
atetk FHenee in
lift WaahlngteN Ave, Calre, llliiiela.
Lee Line Steamers
Fev Memehla aad Way Landlea '
tad Lt, Wednesday, Dec 23, S e. m.
Fer St Leele and Way Landing
Far Freight end Faeeaae esssry t
HaJllday 4 FMinee Wharfeee, Calre.
ROBERT E. LEE, C. BOURNE,
General Manager tt. F. A F. A,
CeneraJ Cfflaa, 4 Sta Freet Street
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