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TIIE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1909.
43 SB 45 ivr ads IN TOM CA1LO BULLETIN ARK HEAD EVERY MORN ING IN 2000 FAMILIES. The Want Cnlirous ot the Bullctlu are consulted bj hundreds of people every morning lu search of real estate bargttiiis, articles for sale, lost or found, alt nations wauled and vacant. S8 89 3 ItATSSSi Ou Jasertaca, pr word . , Three Innertioiis, p:r wurd One Week, per word .... One Month, per word .... .01 .012 .05 .13 No advertisement inserted or less than 2Scu ... i p Stocks Bonds Cereals p siisiiiHiiipB Most Significant Events of Day Financial World Happened Out side Stock Exchange. in Place Occupied by Oold Wave News Filled by Bullish Foreign Events Yesterday. NEW WAY TO COOK OYSTERS. New York, Jan. 7. 'Dip most sis- Chicago, nificant events today from a financial ( ign news Jan. 7. "vVHRAT. Kor usurped the field occupied THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Notices. 01 . . .02V . . .05 .. .15 for loss Rates For Classified Ono Insertion, per word..,. Three Insertions, per word. One week, per word Ono month, pur word No advertisement inserted than twenty-five cents. FOR RENT. KOR, RUNT Furnished front room in new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife, 8U1 Twenty-second street. r, Remington preferred. Inquire, C. M. Danes, 225 Twenty-eighth street. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY Able bodied unmarried men between agcs of IS and ,35; citizens of United tSates, of good character and temper a.e, habits, who can speak, road and write English. For information ap ply to Recruiting Officer, 411 Ohio St.. Cairo, Illinois. t.iiidpoint were those occurring out side the stock exchange and the vol ume of business done in the door of the exchange shrunk materially until spurt of activity, which accom panied a bouyant rise late In the day. Points of positive strength were lound octside the list of stocks or- liiiiirily the most active in the trad ing mid inostl yin those ot a minor i;rude. account wee k's natural The adjustment of the short Aigi ntina as a certainty built up ini the course of the diarp decline in prices was a consequence of the subsidence TO LET Room and board for bud band uud wife. 310 Seventh street. No children. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms with ooard, steam heat, elec tric lights and bath. Apply 901 Wal nut stic-et. ROOM For $2 51 per week. light housekeeping 1505 Poplar street. FOR RENT A choice new cottage fi rconin and bath, furnace and roomy utile. Samuel White. FOR RENT Good business place (it Kill Washington avenue is for rent, store room 25x80. Also cottage at 111 Fourteenth street, all modern conveniences. Apply to John Hour pois. FOR RENT Five room house with bath; Washington and Twenty-fifth street. J. J. Maekle Elm street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping. Apply 217 Seventh street . FOIt RENT- (1 round floor and basement of f,03 Ohio street. Apply on premises. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room 115 Walnut street. WANTED To employ a Catholic gentleman as local representative. We require a person of energy and ability for the position. Salary $1S per week. Write at once for particulars. The Hoey Publishing Co., 32:1 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. found! FOUND Pocket book containing diamond ring and a sum of money. Owner can have same by describing property. Apply this office. LOST. DOST Brown water spaniel with white breast. Return to Fifth street and receive reward. pup 330 LOST Mack and white bull dos. Answers to name of Sport. Reward if it-turned to 70!i Washington ave nue. LOST Liberal reward will be given for information leading to the discov ery of Edward Pink s dog, "Shell. FOR RENT Nice six room cottage, No. 728 Thirty-sixth street. Apply on premises. D. K. Drown. FOR SALE. FOR' SALE Ash stove wood. Bell Phone CSS. MISCELLANEOUS. PURE, fresh milk, 14 full for fl. .Miidden's (Iroeory, 332 street. Dome Phone 704. if active liquidation and the cover ing of shorts was assigned an im portant part In the demand which lifted prices. New York Central and the gas stocks gave substantial evi dence of the relief from the selling pressure and their strong recovery was a gn'ift help by sympathy to the rest of the market. In Colorado and Southern stocks orders again made their appearance apparently for all of ferings of those stocks up to a desig nated figure. It was assumed that fur ther details of the purposes of the Drrliugtoik towards these securities wore reflected In these movements, but no announcement was forthcom ing to throw light on the subject. The Reck Island movement had do to with the rumor that a change in the status of the common stock was in tended which should give it equal vot ing rights with preferred. St. Raul's movement was an incident to the sup position that authority for issuing the bonds on the Pacific coast exte.i- the past two days by the cold wave in I this couniry and inspired fair degrees 'of bullishness. Advices from India stated that owing to the drouth in im.iny sections of the wheat yield will i be much less than previously esti mated, while reports from Liverpool claimed that many authorities were beginning to regard a reduction of the exportable surplus of wheat from These re ports caused a firm tone early in the day. Later the market reacted on the estimate of the week's shipment of wheat from Argentina, made n.v a well known crop statistician. The estimate placed the movement for til-.? week at 80u,e(H) bushels, the largest total ever recorded fur the first week of any year. Trade was dull the greater paa't of the day. Tin (dose was easy, a snade to lower No. 2 red 100 W 107 VL i No. 3 red 105','? tOf. , No. 2 hard 104i 105; No hard 100ifli)5; May opened 107 (,(?' Make a Most Palatable Lunclieen Dii.li When "Deviled," Take some little cups, line them with puff paste cut out in rounds about one-eighth of an Inch thiili. but a piece of buttered paper lui-ide uud I'll up with rice and bake for about IB minutes, then remove the paper and rice, take the cases from the molds, and place a little piece of fresh butter In each and a raw oyster that is thickly masker! over with the mixture as below on the butler, sprinkle over (he top a lew browned breadcrumbs, and then put Into the ovt-n on a bak ing tin for about eight to ten min ute; dish up on u dish-paper while hot. Serve for a savory or for a sec ond course dish. For seasoning a dozen oyst-'-rs chop up four washed uud boned auchoies, mix them with a liny dust of paprika, a salt spoon I'ul of French mustard and the same of English mustard, a ties- GOT HIS HAIR BACK. Y.'m Vrfecily ll:ilil War a II Started () Cue Xewliiu'j JIt-rplclde . F.-vd'T r!c Manuel). Maryland block. ritu-, .Montana, bought a bottle of New liiV.'i 1 1, rpleidf, Apr,! Vj, uiiil began to in". it for tMUiro uril JiiiMS. "'ho hair fol l'cli.1 In his soulp were not ilini J find In 0 days he had hair all over bin head. On July 2 ho writes, "and today my hair la as tilled nr.d I'.fv.riar.t us any 0"t could wish." NpwIim'ji IfcrplcMa work? in en o!J principle aa.l win a now J covflry d -ft trey iVe criu o and ynil re move the enVot. HerpicMe destroy, the Cfi-ni that ca'Mca dandruff, fall.nff hair, f'iKl fliluliy tui'.dneMS. bo tV-t with th( r..,,,,. t, ,.fr..'. cLiunol rrmfUn '" ' 'HI'! hair at onco and a new fr'.-., .iMts. Sold by ls,1lnf 'inn-';!,,'... ,., io in gtnmp4 fur nampf '' Ti- ' v Two sizes -50 cell l and $1.00. Paul (1. Scliv.h & Sons, Special Agents Call for Emancipation. It Is a mid sacrifice, mat which Is made at the altar of custom. You are siMtspoonfti! of chopped chutney, two 1 not ' be a slave of fashion. As sert your freedom. iu natural, be genuine, be yourself. ' , 1 Thrive In Open-Air School. ) There I an open-air icjiool for con Bumptive children In Providence, R. 1. that Is looked upon as an experiment,! and much Interest felt In the result,, Dr. Ellen Stone of that city has chanra of the school. A barn had one Bid knocked out, making It perfectly open to the air and at the same time pro tected by an overhead covering. DrJ Stone has about 20 afflicted children; in the school. They have recesses at! frequent Intervals, and every hour a. bowl of hot soup Is given them. Ati Intervals of an hour the children go to another house and get warm. Under the foot of each child is a foot warm er, and the children are warmly clad. Already a decided change tor the beU ter Is seen In the children. naru-bolleil yolks of egg.i that have been riibbel t ii i-on;.',h the sieve, mix up with the liquor from the oysters that has been reduced to about u tablespoonl'ul, and use. LZ The Home." ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL ROUTE TO 10' I. reim burse for fun is extension. ' advance in Min-. pst 02; quarts Fourth SITUATIONS WANTED FOR SALE OR RENT Ten room house with barn, up town. Suitable for keeping boarders and roomers. Win (Jillispie, care Metropolitan Life In Ktiranee Company. FOR SALIC Cull paving brick. Roy L. Williams, 1)15 Poplar street. Dill Phone If!". FOR BALE OR LEASE. FOR SALE, LEASE. OR RENT Two story brick building with base ment, 1103 Ohio street. Thos. W. Can non. WANTED. WANTED Thirty-five experienced sewer laborers on Commercial avenue. Rich Construction Company. WANTED A second hand typewrit- Advertisements ot not exceeding three lines will bo accepted free for one week's time from any reader of Vhe lltilletin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of fice of The Hullelln Company, 703 Ohio street. The liulletln Company assumes no responsibility for any ad vert isemeit or statement made there la and will not accept under this betiding the not ire of any person known to be employed. WANTED Position as nurse in confinement cases. Apply 1110 Cedar street. WANTED Position with family to no sewing ami willing to assist V 'Ight housework. Address Sewing care llulletin. stert might contemplate a ment of the stockholders embarked in building the There was a volatile mapolis, St. Paul and Saulte Ste, Ma rie in response to rumors of the ac qrlsition of this or that railroad in the I'niteil States wlilch would give the Canadian Pacific an entry to the coitntry, railroad traffic. A number of new bond issues and sales was the feature of the days financial news. These included the nubile offering i f "! 7 in, noo Denver and Rio (Irnnde m.'fdr. the stile to 1 tinkers of $10,- Hi New York City revenue bonds :S, ihhi, mm Alton bonds, and lll'l, I in I v.-ri -son us .miller tran--;i( tions of like NEW YORK MONEY. New York, .Jan 7. Money on call easy 2fi2'i per cent, closing bid 1. TiiiM loans dull and easy, sixty days 2i per cent; ninety days 2!4tfi."5 per cent, six months 3'i per c-ent. Mer cantile paper, :!?4fff4 per cent. Ex change steady; demand 48(1.95; sixty days 1S1.1MK; 4S5. Par silver 51. lu',; highest lOK'i; lowest closing Hu '2n mi 7k , ouiy '.-4 . CORN The continued I'liusuttl small movement of corn from farms was the basis of strength, and senti ment was bullish all day. Some of the largest handlers of cash grain claimed that purchases thus far tlii season from the interior are far be lilnii those of last year at this time and that mills are experiencing dii'fi jcnlty in securing sutficient corn ti I meet requirements. Snorts were good bidders, but the greater part of jthe day offerings were limited. The close was firm .H(it 14 higher; No, 5;); No. 3 white 01 U; No. 3 yellow May opened G1(Q01'4; high lowest (il'i; closing 01; .Jul: 02. OATS Extreme dullness marked tne trailing, though a firm tone pre vailed. Cash interests were the chief biiyi is. The principal bullish factor win the small movement. The clcsi was fiini, i 14 higher. No. 3 whit. 50'?, rit 51 V ; standard 51 '4. Mav opened tjl:?i; highest XV'h; lowest 51""H; (dosing 51'!,; July 40(r40y2 NEW WANTED Position as housekeep er by nu'ddleaged woman. Address V care lliilkfin office. WANTED Position as office git by young lady. Address 11. M.. Du et inoff Ice. WANTED Position by young lady to do housework; bet reference? furnished. Apply 32'Ml Sycamor street. Hell phone C 10. NOTICE. State of Illinois, Alexander County, In the County Court, to the Janu nry Term, A. D. 1903. In ihe matter of the estate of Clementine Mclean, deceased.. To the distrubutees of said estate an.I all persons Interested therein: You are hereby notified that on the 18th day of January, 1909, the under signed administrator of said estate will present to the County Court of Fiiid Alexander County at Cairo, 111 J nois, a fiinal report of his acts and do ing ail Fuch administrator ami ask tb. court to apnrove tVe ante and to dls charg" him from ary and all further lnM"s n:id responsibilities connected with raid estate and his dminintrT lion I hereof. At which time and piare you may b present and resist such application, !f you choose o to dv J. ML'RAT GUION, Administrator nf the Estate of Cl m entinp Mclean, deacsed. Caution. "Thpre." ald a Hebrew mltnr as he "rinped" his Itsc tl "now we're en paged:" N t t;!I fad' looks at d tiugf. rj'jnded the lajy. The Real Cot. The cot of a thing Is the amount cf what I will cab life, which Is r-qiiirJ to hi exibaatjed f.r If, lin lecJtj'tly cr in the Jut.g iua BIDS WANTED. Cairo, Illinois Jan. 2nd, lfn'.. Bids will be received by the county board at the office of the oouiny clerk until January 11th A. D. 1 '' at 2 o'clock p. m. for furnishing on car of three Inch scrcenine coal to be delivered at the court house. Th successful bidder will be required ti furnish bill of lading showing the mine weight and grade of coal when delivery Is made. The board serves the right to reject any an I all bids. Ily order of the board of county commissioners. JESSE E. MILLER. County Clerk NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. The annual mating of th ft-xk holders of the First Hank and Trust Company. Cairo. Illinois, will te h"l I a the office of sai 1 P.nk in th City of Cairo, on Tuesday, January 12th. 1V.9, at 3 .1' o'clock p. m.. for the pur l-ose of eloctii.g a Hoard of Director and transacting such other l.iin- as may irow rly lw considered at sai l meeting. J. S. AISTHORPE. resident. II. R. AISTHORPE. A?irtatit S-retary. Cairn, Illinois. D-cember 21st, I't. Most Cairo peoi'ie tare r C!r EuIleUn on their break fan tab's w A.ntil. Copper . Am. Sugar Rfg. At( bison Do. Pfd H. and O P. K. T C. and N .W. . C. M. and St. P Colo. F. and I. . D. and R. ti. . . Do Pfd Of. Nor. Pfd. . Illinois Central Inter. Mi ts. ... Do. Pfd L. mid N Mo. Pa-- 1. K. and T. . . N. Y .(' Nor. Par Ti-c MaM i'( 1,11 People- tins .. Reading Reck Inland . . . Do. Pf.l Mm. I ac Sou. Ky I'll Ion Pac 1'. S. Steel Do. Pfd Wabash IV.. Pfd , WiM'tn Union YORK STOCKS. N'ew York, Jan. Today Close . . S3 ..12S4 . .1'10-k ,.101'i ,.111', .. 71's ..173 ..l-'.o-s - 4.-. - ,.iii; llO-'M . ISi-i . 4S, .1251, Yesterday fit se S3 128 luo 1"'i lluii Ml"s 17S 1 IS Jill., 37 "4 7!'1i 1 15 IHi", IV 4'4 RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. .. Chicago, Jan. 7. The following car loiuls represent the day's movements; Flour 33 21 Wheat ! 1! Corn 220 240 Outs 15!) 30 1 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis. Jan. 7. WHEAT. May 10H 14 U July 10!lis!; 1 iS'j . Cash dose, No. 1 northern llo:,4?;' Ill; No. 2 northern )' Ii 1 10. NEW YORK GRAIN. New Y01, Jan. 7. WHEAT. 1 (dpts 20. mill; exports ISO, 000; spot firm; No. 2 red 1(170 108 elevater and 10S:i f.o.b. alloat. Options i h . d easier at ' net decline. May 110 -s. CORN Receipts 21,0u0: spot firm: No. 2 08 elevator and 07 f.o.b. alloat No. 2 white nominal; No. 2 vellow 07:4 f.o.b. afloat. Options closed 11 't hitih.'i : May t;X. OATS Receipts 75.0.0; ' exjiort .i.'iilli: snot (Miiet: niivu.l ztt, R.ji . white r. 1 fl r,7: clipped white 5:'.',.',f0 Itoasted chestnuts are said to b:i very delicious when salted the same as peanuts. Never add salt to cooked pork until it is almost done, since it leads to ex tract the juice. An old turkey has rough and reddish legs, a young one smooth and black legs. Fresh killed, the (yes are full and clear, and the foot moist. A fish sauce can be served in the half of a hard-boiled egg. Remove the yolk, pour in the sauce anil place the little egg ramekin in the heart of a lettuce head. lam peunuls through the chopping machine and cream them with melted butter. Some like a pinch of mustard In peanut butter, especially when used for daik bread sandwiches. Clear soup or consomme should b strained through a folded towel laid on a colander. It must not. b squeezed, or some of the small parti cles of egg used in clearing will b. forced through and spoil the soup. Clearj 'l0" holders are the exception rather than the rule. They need not lie, tor itttle washable cases, open at one end like a pillow slip, are easily made, and can be renewed as often us desirable with little trouble. Tie cases on with tapes. ... 42'i . . .128 ...111 ... ...13U, . ..P'l ...141 . . 25 .. 01 . ..HSr' .. 20', ...DiPi .. 53 U ..113', .. IS .. 5.-"4 1 ,,3'. on 4 1 125', H'i'i 132 I1.41 1 1 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago. Jan. ".CATTLE.-Re ceipts 5, si rung to lu higher: Mieis f.;."!i 775; cows and li'dlers 25 fi."L5; bulls 3154451; calves 35of .1; mo( I;its and feeders 25o-f5ui. HO'iS Receipts 3..r.il; 5f1n 1 higher: choire heavy shippers 02i"f '(3(- bllt. heis C..I54 i:'r.! 1 i ' 1 1 1 tnivel "i 575: (belie 5751010; packing ..I ; pic I25T.55U. StlhKP Receipts 15,000; strong to r, '4 1 IS"-, 27N, 178S it'" 113 1 r..'n, OS v higher; fh 1 8mi: y. .irlittg p If 505; 1 25 S, 725. lambs GOVERNMENT BONDS. R. fi nding 2 s reg...1A3 DC Rf lg 2 coiiMn ...,pi3 1 1,: Ri pistere, 3 fm Ciii..fn 1"04 1 1 " New I k re 11!'i nr ?"-w 4's cou.oon . ...Iu'j 120'i PROVISIONS. ST. LOUIS CATTLE. St. Louis, J,(ti 7 CATTLE Re "ipts 2.5'": i-tead; bef-f steers 4ff '' bed hteej-s 4 Mfj 8'i't; htockeis ati l fiediis 275 fi 450; cows a'el I'i if. rs 3i"' One; Texas steers 3'iof i.r.i. IKMiS Receipt 1.2fii; liiiir; ranged 475fj.:o. if in I UTTER St a ly an 1 ut:hanee.! ( H EE.--E-Fit in and uni ha-ig- I. K;i;S Finn. esf. m 31i ( it 1 KL lotions cof.fl s'adv i. t i.itiiatif. 1. Sab 44 2"..t la-s. Vjnh 575 f .5: sit firm: No. 7 Rio '7: ini!.) du.l: C-rd'na ', fj 12-v. ?rf:R-Itim fm: fair r'finirg -". letitilf-ical . f-s-t 37;; nolas- -i.eir i 'V. ti fin'-d sti.)r. Easily Deed. "What If the d'IT T c t-ePTi a Cl&osaf and a n.r.'i y je, t jj a lad to t.'t rmh'-r. 'V,..-j to woaiea ta!k. try fxv'.hiTu J the inrmt it's & i.ail-.g,; ; t a a 'rir,an txr- rif-j on a ror.'.-rsiii.. wi'fc t-r tu baiij i;'s u.t,; -u--;" Thin Beyond Belief. A stalwart Irish soldier, after being In active service for some time, be came greatly reduced In weight until he was so weak. that he could hardly stand. Then he was Invalided home. On Ms attival in England, just as he stepped from the train, one of his old f:i.nd rui.hd up to him. "Well, w!l. Tat.'' he said. "I am clad to Fee you're l.aik from the f.onU" "I knew I'm get'ing thin, but I lower thought jo'i could S'-e that much." rr.juiLed I it. Pulpit Imagery In Nova Scotia. In a seriron r-r ri'iT prtnrhed hy a' Nova Sco'a cl-revnin of-urred the f.diomi,g irr,--nt but iff live mt a;h r: -Yoa r-n't f - I God. He al ways ha a ra. I up hi sl ve to 1 lay against fta." New York S:.n. Sardines a la Cambridge. lake some sardines, say 12, for six to eight persons, remove all the out side skin, take the fillets from thy bones and rub the meal through a fine hair sieve and "mix it with six minced raw oysters, two hard boiled yolks of eggs, a tiny dust ot paprika, three ounces of freshly made white bread crumbs, 1 ounces of warm butter and the liquor from the oysters and wo raw yolks of eggs. Divide the mlx ures into portions about the size of a walnut, roll .each up In flour and dip into whole bealen-up egg, then into freshly made white bread crumbs, and put into a frying basket and fry for three or four minutes In clean boiling at; then dish up in a idle on a hot dish on a dish paper and serve. (;tr- liish with a little fresh green parsley round the dish here and there A Horrible Hold Up. "About ten years ago my brother was held up' in his work, health ami happiness by what was believed fo be hopeless Consumption," writes W. R. Lipscomb, of .'Washington, N. C. "II" took all kinds of remedies and treat ment from several doctors, but fopnd o !! till he uwd Dr. King's Nev. Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles. He is ii well man today." It's quick lo relieve and the surest cine for weak or sore lungs, Hemorr hages, Coughs and Colds, nronchltis. La (Irippe, Asthma and nil lironchitis. La (Irippe, Asthma and t!' Ilronchi; I affections. 5oc and $1.0'i. fiuarantei by all druggists. VIA MRMINKIIAM Columbus, Albany and Waycroaa, In con nection wltb the Central of Georgia Ky. and the Atlantic Coast l.lna On and after Oct ober 18lh from Chicago, a THROUQH SLEEPING GAR will be run from Chicago to Jacksonville via the above route, leaving Chicago dally at 7 p. in., on the sleeping car nectlun coach section consolidated with steeping car section at Carbondale, leaving Chicago at 6:W p. ra.) of the Limited train for the Kouth, arriving at lilrmlngham 8:16 p.m. next day and a Jacksonville at 7:00 the second morning, Hullet-Ulirary Car out of Chicago and . DiningCars Serving all Meals EnRoute Direct connections at Jacksonville for all points In Florida and for Steamships for Cuba and Nassau. Tickets, reservations, Information, train time and rates may be had of your local agent H. O. HATCH, O. P. A., Chicago, III. A. II. HANHON, P. T. M.. Chicago, 111. Burying Cables In River Bed. It seems odd that telegraph and telephone companies should be forced to bury their cables in the bed of a large river, yet this became necessary In places along the Ohio during the) recent drought. The river was so low that boys could and did play ball in, the very channel bed, and the expo sure left the telephone cables entirely unprotected. To avoid a repetition of the Incident, therefore, the com panies have dug trenches in the river bed, in which the cables have been securely covered. Marine Journal, Like to Like. Newly Wed Husband The time haa come, dearest, when 1 shall have thai painful task of acquainting your fa-1 ther with the fact that 1 am heavilyi In debt. Wife Don't mind that. I'm -Bure he'll give you the sympathy of a com-, panion in adversity. . ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R. Winter Tourists Tickets. Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and return $13.11 Cairo to Durant, Miss., and re turn ll.lt Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re turn If. II Cairo to McComb, Miss., and re turn Ig.SI Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn 20.01 Cairo to New Orleans, La., and return 21.51 Also to Tourist points In Florida, MibSissippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico. Tickets sold dally un til April 30th, good returning until May 31st, 1909. J. H. JONES. Ticket Agent, Cairo, III A. H. HANSON. Passenger Traffic Manajer. 8. O. HATCH, General Passenger Agent Friendship Must Be Lasting. French proverb: lie never was a friend who has ceased to be one. Daily Thought. The human lien 1 1 concerns us more than pnrins into microscope.., and Is larger than can be measured by the pompous figure of the astronomer. Emerson. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to January 1, 1909. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE TMine Leave Cairo: 1:05 a m. Dally Chicago Vestibule 2:23 a. mn Dally SL Louis Night Limited, arriving St. Louts 7:08 a. m. Sleepiig car open at 8: SO p. m. 5:00 i. m Chicago Dally Bipress exeiepi 8nn day. 5:00 a. m., SL Louis Moral! Ii yress exrpt Sunday. 11:15 a. in, SL Lords Tatt Mail. 11:15 a. Chicago Mid dv Special 2:35 p. .n- Dally SL Louis Limited. 2:35 p m, Afternoon Bxproas for Odin. Effingham. Mattoon. Champaign 5:10 p .m, Thebes Accommodation. Warned. "As you approach the evening of Ufa I notice that you are sobering down," remarked the old friend. "Yes," answered the old sport, "I keep thinking about the cold, gray dawn of that everlasting moiulii after." j SMITH BROTHERS THE Bill STORE 1S00-! WASHINGTON AVENUE ' Ctalers In Everything that It iimkI g Eat, Use and Wear. Exclusive AtnU fer BLANKE't Celebrated Ceffee, Alexander County National Bank Cemmerefa! Avenue u Eighth ttreel CAIRO, ILLINOIS c"' m...muM turpi. M IM.MI OFPICER1 E. A. lue-er releM Chae. Feuchter Vlce-Preilaenf J. H. Galilean ,.Cashlee Frank center Assistant Caahlee Aeeeunte ef eerperatlone and lMMe usla especially sollclUe. Exchanael furnished te any earl ef the we rid. 1 Alexander County Savings Bank l'r iTjii ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS '" - TRICTLY A EAVlNtl BANK cltal , $fo,00f urpiae 7:15 p. press. m, Chicago and Enter Kr Don't Get a Divorce. A western judge granted a divrore on account of ill temper and tiu l breath. Or.' King's New L'fe PUN would have prevented it. They cu.e Constipation, causing bud dreath an I Liver colds. chills. Trouble the ill-temper, di(-p I banish headaihes. coti'iuer 2."c at all druggists. Cra--ty A-ncrg Women. When oii'n a;fnd a ia--T on fb-ir ay fcor-ie tl.fr f.avo cji.ite a l::tk -rficin to i.fr, e'.'-n if they Lad a goy-" tiiiK-. Ath;T,a Ciluie. TO SUBSCRIBERS. All readers of The Bulletin who miss their papers are re questrd to not f tne office promptly and every effort wdl be made by the management to correct the evil. There have been numerous complaints latc'y. from new subscribers and old ones as well. If sub scribers w.ll desgnate safe and conven ent places where carriers may place their papers the manatement will see that their directions ere carried out. 2:30 a. m., Memphis and Nashville. 3:30 a. m., Memphis and New Or leans Limited. 6:00 a. m, Paducah and Louisville. 1:41 p. m Dally Memphis sac New Orleans. 1:41 p. m. Dally Nashville, Chatta noora and Atlanta. 4:30 p. m, Fulton Aceommodat'.oa. 5:50 p. m, Padurah and Loulsrllle 6:00 p. m, Memphis and New Or leans Seclal. ror tnroucti tickets, deeping ear accommodations and further Informs tlon apply at Illinois Central Taasea ger Etatlon. Cairo 111. J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent C A. HATCH. G P. A. A. M. MANSON. Pase. Treffla Mar. MOBILE & OHIO R. R Corrected to January 1, 1909. Time of Trelne at CAIRO No. 1, No. S, towth bound Express daily, iv....i:50 p.m. Express ee ly, lv....1:17 a.m. Nerthboend No. Z, Erpreae dally, Iv 1:50 p.m. No. 4, Expreae daily. lv....I:17 am. OFFICERS E. A. Bwder PreeldeM C. O. Patter VleevPreeldent J. H. 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