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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1909.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S WANT ADSl o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o IN tm .CAlttO lilJUETm AM KEAD B VERY MORN ING IN 2 0 00 FAMILIES. The Want Columns of the Bulletin are consulted by hundrcls oi pv-cple evtiy morning la search of re&l esLfiie bargains, articles for sale, lost 01 found, bU nttlonB wanted and vacant. RAf fifiii O lw laseftion, . per word . . - -'- Threw Insertions, pejr vutd . One Weeli, per ; word . ' One Month, per word .... .0). ; .02! .16 tNt advertisement inserted foir less than 28c. o o o o o o o o o o o """ " ". I t Stocks Bonds Cereals ': ' SPURT OFACTIVITV WHEAT IS MIS First But Hour of Vesterday's Market . Because of Congestion of May Deliv Dealing in Stocks Repressed. Was ery- -All Grains Closed High Point. at OQGO&OOOOOOOOOQOOOO THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FOR SALICS(iuiibK ill 410 Tent!) St. Paul Mugce. t-; , , Rates For Classified Notices. Ono insertion, per word...... .01 Three Insertions, per word.... .02 One week, per word 05 One month, per word 15 " No advertisement inserted for less than twenty-flve cents. FOR RENT. KOFI RENT Furnished front roooi In new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife, 821 Twenty-second street. TO LET Room and board for hus band and wife. 310 Seventh atreet. No children. WANTED Clean white rags at the Bulletin office, at once. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTFD FOR U. S. ARMY Able bodied 'unmarried men between hrcs if IS ami ?,7; citizens of United t Sates, of good character and temper r'.t. habits, who can speak, read and write English. For information ap ply to Recruiting Officer, 411 Ohio St., Cairo, Illinois. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms wilh noard, steam heat, elec tric lights and bath. Apply 901 Wal nut Etieel. ROOM For 2.50 per week. light housekeeping. IG05 Toplar street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or without hoard. .'!00 Twelfth street. FOR RENT Good business place fit 1311 Washington avenue is for rent, store room 2."x80. Apply to John liourgois I LOST. T.OST Prown water spaniel with white breast. Return to Fifth street and receive reward. pup 230 LOST Black and white bull dos. Answers to name of Sport. Reward If returned to 709 Washington avenue. FOR SALE OR LEASE. FOR SALE, LEASE. OR RENT Two story brick building with base ment, 903 Ohio street. Tlios. W. Gan .. I MISCELLANEOUS, FOR RENT Furnished rooms suit-; T,r.r,,-, ,.,, n .,n . ... ii u. i .i I a i I i Rl., fresh milk, H full quarts iii sevenin street . f I. fitrt et. Miidden's Grocery, Home Phone 7G1. 332 Fourth FOR RENT liasement of C03 on premises. -Ground floor and Ohio street. Apply acw oik, Jan. mere was a peivoptihle- growth today of the dis inclination to deal in stocks which has been increasing for several -days past. The first hour of the session showed a spurt, of activity which seemed to be due to hopeful testing operations by the professional ele ment. One repressive factor at work in the whole financial world Is the waiting for the outcome of the Rus sian loan which loan is to he issued in Paris Friday. The vsuai conse- (jueeces of the issue of such a tiuue loan is the relaxing tendency in the motif, v markets ns payments are ef fected and funds recused which had been accumulated in over-pel para lion. The failure of this usual conse quence has been canvassed as a. pos sibility in the present case, and such failure would have a sinister effect (in financial sentiment. Today the New York Central directors ad.iorrn ed (.nee more with the announcement that only routine; matters had been considered. This nuts off again the supc.sed entry of K. II. Uarriman and hi" associates into the directorate: which lias been said to be imminent many nines. Resides the direct impli cation of these incidents tiiev have a bc.ii'ii: on the many other expected occurrences on which action has been I;. ken in the stock market without actual event or even authoritative cm rob (ii.it ion of assertions which which prompted the Inlying of stocks. The decline in Amalgamated C'oppvr was in i"sptise to reports of unfavor able eruditions in the copper trade. Exci pt in special onsos the day's changes proved insignificant. Affn'rs wer( almost at a standstill in the money and exchange markets as in stocks. Chicago, .Ian. o. WHEAT The feature was the congestion of the Mai delivery which resulted in a highly nervous market. The greater part of tliH day, however, sentiment v.a rather bulish. Continued small re ceipts in the northwest formed a has is of much strength although the light movement was partially offset by Ilk decline at Liverpool. A leading com mission house was reported to hnvi purchased more than a million bush No. 3 .".!); No. 3 white 5!i Vi- Ma. eis of .May wheal during the day, ami this caused advance in that optioi from the low point of the day. Olhe deliveries shoved less strength. Tic close was In higher. No. 2 re. 107"; (ft 109; No. 3 red HWflj 1X. NY 2 hard .1 III7; ft lOO-' ; No. 2 hard 10 7,Hln."i. .May opened lmiTsf P7; iiigi est I ( 7 : lowest 1ih;"s; closing 10' T 107"s; duly OS's'?' 9S,,.V CORN The official forecast of we weather for the corn belt had strengthening" effect on t he marUe, but tde volume of trading was ligli after the lirsl hour. Shorts were a live bidders the first hour, but (.! maud dwindled laler iu the day. A advance of 'j'i Iu cash grain had : bullish effect. The dose was tirn opened 01 V-, ti 01 : highest I Ti lowest tll'i; closing Ol'i. duly (12 OATS inn on good demand by a leading elevator Interest. .Offerings ! li...O...( ,l,rt ,v..r.tA.. .M,., HI.'IC J11IIO.CU (IIU fiK-'CK J'cll b Ut IUV day. The close was firm, No. 3 svhlte ."ioffifiHi standard C2. Majr, pponed t ; highest 51"s; lowest 61; closing 51?ili51T8. -Inly 45 li fi llip Equal Pay fcr Equal Work. Fui'thci 'inure, n new commodity In any line bus usually lo be Introduced at n lower price ihnn the standard article commands, even though it be in no way inferior. Women have not sprung rull panoplied juto business, mid I lie more efficient must for u time be injured by Hie others. And anollier serious handicap is thai a woman Is rarely a good judge of the value of her work. Time will adjust salaries as it does other values. In no conceivable way can the "eipial pay tor equal work" cause be advanced more rapidly than it is be ing furthered )y those women who are making of themselves a second pair or bunds and h second brain for their employris. Moreover, Ihey know that for the time they 'mve been In busi ness their progress has been remark able. The very fact l hat women are -'jveii the business confidence l hey re ceive argues well for ultimate fair less, for the average man is Inclined o meet courage and (leierniinution 'lall'-u ay. Collier's Weekly. Surprising Him. "How c out-clout Ions you are!" "What makes you think so?" "You always call the clerk's atlcn ion lo it vi beu tie gives you too much hange." oh, i do that to see diocked al his carelesstiv lonesty." NATLHi; SFARE3 Tie Whnt U is. that dcprlvta tho re Biiffcriti.t; for how poignant StrlcUen Kunc I-'rom ft fertunati! provlrlriii of natiirt j ct menu would be tr jr.-icf to discover, in tiiu height of itf Mu( v' .f j-l.iry, that a canker fed ut iv herirt, j 1 1 ill tli;it ii Penny fraur-Ticf were doomed fiirev-i r. Naturo nlv.-uy sparc-i I hp t iifft-riiifr; rIih i:i a v-rita'jli Ftiirc-iiousc of plt-ashiir rw;irds, for thifi'n who ceck her aid. la J!,o ypure Kimi by fiiUins hair tind Kriti hav.' cast a floom i ver the lives of tlioecani! of young wonu-Ti, hut thunlia to the In vsl 'nations of s''ifntl:l.) t:f true c:ui.-' of hair desirnction is now known to tx a g-( rm or j.-iraslto t!i:it lejiri,M-H iulo thd hair folHcics. Newlo-o'a tfci plcido aksoliitcly (O'strovs this nvrr.i. thui j r 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 rig tho hair to f.rmv as na tnrc liitcrdfd. Sold by lc:ol!-i(f drut--pints. ftend 10c. in stamps for scnjli Tb Hurccido Co.. J)ft"tt Mi. t). Two slsies r0 cents and $1.00. Paul G. Schuh & Sons, Special Agents him . look ss and my Professional Yalesmen. She l)o Yale men choose their pro fessions before their senior year? He Oh, yes. .Most of them choose heir profession when they enter Yale. -Harvard l ampoon. MEXICAN KROVERBS. Ileliind the cross Is the devil. To the hungry no bread is dry. No evil will endure a hundred years Files cannot enter a closed mouth SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE 1100-1 WASHINGTON AVENUE l4 Ccalara In Everything that It f Eat, Uaa and Wr. xeUialva AgnU far ILANKE't Calabratatt Caffaa. Alexander County National Bank Cammarelaf Avaniia mn4 ElgMfc atracfl CAIRO, ILLINOIS. A rats. A first. cat in glo'-'s vill never eaten uood lauii't 'ess washes the shirt Capital Surplus .... . , ... r- , ........ v. .... . . . ... . . . 9100,00; OFFICERS E. A. Burir .....rrtaldanl Chai. Fauchtar ....... Vlea-Pratltfanf J. H. Galllian ..Caahlaa Frank Saancar .....Aatlatant Caafclaa A hook that is shut makes no scholar. iii'TTEIt CHEESE EGGS E COFFEE PROVISIONS. -Steady and nr.; liange 1. - Fri in and tmclian ;e l. asy: western L'ST 29',.. -Options closed steady at Man I Sweet FOR RENT Five room cottage, basement, all modern conveniences. Thirtieth street, near Elm. Walter Denzel 3001 Elm. FOR RENT Two separate office reoms at 013 Ohio stret. Apply Hal liday Estate office. FOR RENT Six room cottage, No. 223 Third slreet, corner Washington, rent $18 per mo. M. J. Howiey, Real Estate Agent. FOR RENT Nicely room. Also day board. Hell 712. furnished froir. 220 Sixtn St. h Milk cream. Depot. Sweet Home Phone 17 milk. 7 1j. A HCSINKSS CHANCE -Would you invest, from $330 lo $."iuo in a legiti mate proposition that would net yoe a perpetual income of from $13u to $200 per month if you could he con vinced of the fact? Address .John 'K. Goodrich, Jiolel Marion. SITUATIONS VVA,MTKl net d 'cliiie of oil I." points.' Sales 33.- bans. - February ."'Ml; siait steady ; lio. 7 liio 7'-. ; n.iid t-teadv; Cordova U 1 : i-entrif; v.- R.".w al ! ri tin t.teaii.v d t-tt d quii ; fair refining 307; nuda'ses t. FOR SAEfl I'hone OSS. FOR SALE. Ash Etovo wood. Bell FOR (juire ,' SALE Two ul.'i Sycamore milk cows. Street. In- FOR SALE Oil RENT Six room modern cottane at 3n i0 Elm street. Piitgain if taken this month. Apply 2' (! Commercial avenue. ' FOR SALE Vacant lot on Six le.lith street near Commercial ii ve nue. Apply 10o Comtneri ial aveuue.. Ailvertiseiiients of not exceeding three lines will lie accepted free fur one week's time from any reader of The Pulletiii to be filed by advertiser in person, on tegular form, at the of fice of The Bulletin Company, 703 Ohio street. The Bulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any nd vertisemelt or statement made there in and will not accept under this heading the notice of any porso known to be employed. NEW YORK MONEY. York, Dec. 2U. Money on call , i 2 per cent; c'.osing 1.1.1 I V loans dull and firm; sixty days U. per cent; ninety days 2'!, 'it per cent; six months .'.'it V per cent. Pi line mercantile paper 3'ftit per Exciiange easy detiiand IS. Io; lavs 4H.i I M. !i.. Par silvt-r M'H' t'l'-.V 1 Time 2:, cent sixt; RECEIPTS AND Chicago, Jan. 2e car loads represeiii nients: SHIPMENTS. The followin the day's niov't Flour Wheat Corn . Oats . . lo .ooo .319 29 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago. Jan. 20. Receipts 31,00i Generally 2.1 lower. Steers IWii 700 cows and heifers 3'i0'n r7.'; bulls 34 !SSii: calves 3.7iK $ lo.stoekers an feeders 23'l ( ."ill. HOGS Receipts ",2,'nl. Tell lowe Choice heavy shipping 0 be?; 0."L butchers ii3."i'i 03o; linlits mixed (d 013; choice 020:V3 Olu; pigs 47'i'ft TiJio. SHEEP Receipts f. Sheep 4JV( .".To ; cal lings ."(Uiift 7011. ": packing 0e, L'll.litio. lambs Ten lov 7St; NEW YORK New STOCKS. York. Jan. WANTED Position as nurse In confinement caser. Apply 1110 Ced.tr street. SlTl'ATION WANTED House keeper or caie of children by reliable i elderly white woman. Address Mr: Ktlky, 2S11 Commercial avenue. i Living Pictures. "T'niversHl laziness, nihilism of Ideas, the desire to get everything without trouble, in lands that the gods never traversed, have provoked living pbturcs. Eclectic gentlemen have oh served that the giaceful and violent exorcise of the dance has measurably developed the legs of women, while it hft their busts delicste. and that women in costumes would hae a most harmonious beauty if they re mained ralin. They are calm in Iho new. pwdrttinn of the drams. In the tm!s of a ague music which will eventually !' suppressed, specta'ois sealed before a curtain and immov able women behind it look at one an other patiently and silently like two flocks of peese. Thalia now is dumb sid has quite forgotten her hymn in praise of Pacrhus. The end of the evolution will be that -ople will go to the theater to sec nothing s.t all. I know that H will be nlwilnte infec tion: Jiut I do not like j'crfeerinn." Hmtl vn rtu Hois. aim 'Stop, do me c i edit!" And even the over its saucer. cried the old credit, Jack ; man. "Oil "i oil tabby ca! hlir-hr.i mint''! liCCC.; - ISC l.y Tet Thii to te Marine; The (! ' npiain. in loa tiifi.i. f ai rmokins ron.f'e ia!ii fire hie. uteii l.ol. 1,. -a;'. ti-irsi in n; "i b' n ' ,! t(f . tun; '1 e ve t m T' mii;V it h iior of J rinv. MV'n: . a'c -.;rd tli" a: . v -t-t.i o a. ; 'i1 i I 'i. Hid '! e .ii l i, it e ;:.ia t .. :i ... in ' "Vrrll. y en .' f ." .r, ui'. "'Ms f"' "m v . ? f K - i rw"' ; .' - 1 1 ' i r b .' ii '-r ' eAfiil!"' 1 is f . -ii ii'. I , V i.. . R ! -t : i-r ion r sou. T; r. 1 I'r? ;:'!i-..e : i-t. Man's Modesty. Oscar 1 i.munei stein. Ic ing n'n''M in Pliiladelphia on the ; ful opejiing of his new opera in town, shook his bead nuide.t'r "Dili any oii'" he s lid. "eve - su reed really and peifot'y s i if -to his own sa:istac -tioti? Tli -li"r 1 grow the more I sympathize wi h (totinod. "'As your talflit juociesses.' a'.! Gounod to a yi.iinz pMt. 'jour limate or the marker po.ts of th past will chanee as has my estimate of the master nmi ians. "'At o:ir age I used to say: "I." At 3H. I mid: "I and Mo.-ait." At 4U: "Mozatt find I." I say "Mo? :t: t" now.' " '.-I V'c-. A Cause for Tranlx. When the !iurj;!nr had b"'ir, tl' ar'ij1 and put biii in a :- 1' t"airp, hiB ludio. 'l den t sr c ai'O tlu-s uc-'h i- ;:r." be said Pv aud bv. "hot tj.: : i t r-f i lo b. ..." "Thank fm dts'" sighej iLe a: '. Ut, 'ii's Lot jaid lor." The path to N".here rnna clse be side th babbling stit-am of P.y-and Py. I'upid's suggestion for ei-onoin'-' 1 to substitute love litht for -!"-: i PgLL Me that hath Imasrla'ion is slrf-ady M lid'ris ci'irtTi in the 'i'I 'i ad Today Yesterday 'ids" Ch s Amal. Copin-r 7S 7'.''.'i Am Susar Rfg 1"-"'k U".' Atchison 'i;tv. y.'K Do. Pfd I""1 j loo-. !!. and 0 11 F' llln, P. K. T 7o 7P, C. and N. W IT1 ITs'j C. M. and St. P 1 IP". Colo F. and 1 12 tl 1 1. and R. G "SL. 3S' Dt . Pfd V". s ' ct Nor. Ptd 1 1.;. ' illii.ois Cetilral ! i " 1 . It".1.. Ini. -. Mils 137. I"7. Do. Pfd tl", II L. and N 12.", 1:'". Mo. Pac 7I", 71'. M. K. lie I T H' i : '' N. V c l :"'4 !:"'. Nor. lac !! 1.3 Pac. Mail 31 3;', Pmhi 133::, 13P". Propp-'s (ias 1 i.' 1" . "4 R.a.'inu t:7', 1 37"-. Pock Island 21", 2l'i ' r Pfd .-.:, :.' ". Si u, Par I '.' i, 12 "j Soe. liv 21.', 30's Cl'ioli P.lc 17''"i 17:''-, I . S Steel .".2'. ."'2', Do. Pfd I1T-, n:-, Uaba-b P' 1' Do . Id )'. j Wet ti i n Ciiioii .... "' v ST. St. Louis ceipis .".iiuo. steady. Pe. els' and fei heifer i; U. HOGS - I ";'. Range LOUIS CATTLE. CHANCERY NOTICE. State of Illinois. Alexander County, s. In tin? Alexander County Circuit 'ourt. February term, A. D. 19nfi. n Chancery Sitting. Miles G. Axley. Complainant vs. nvnnali Axley. Defetnlant.--Pill in hancery for Divorce. The above named defendant Is ertby notified that said cnmplalu nt has this day filed in said Court a efitain bill In Chancery for Divorce against her and that Summons has .-isueil thereon returnable on the first ay of the next term of said Court, to e holdcn at the eouit house In Cairc 'liiiois. on the 8th day of February ext Cairo, Illinois. Jan. 8th. A. ALFRED PROWN I. J. O'SIIEA. Complainant's Solicitor. D. 1000. Clerk. THE IATES ilDN'T OUNT MAN WHO PROCRASTI WILL BE SORRY HE START A SAVINGS AC WHILE HIS HEALTH WAS PERVERSE MAXIMS OF CUPID. To forget is to forgive. all is to seek the divorce To know court. Pe love sure befon you're on with ' you're off wilh (lie tho new old. You ousy ; her. rarely insult a woman by eal you fro'pionily Inconvenience It Is ea-.irr to love a woman in spP of her faults than because of her vir t ik s. Smart Set. .Mamma -"Tommy,' I see von took two iif'i es oi oak" uisto;rl rt (ne, as 1 told you. Why did you do thai Acetunta af caraaratlona ana Ina"lvla uala aipeelally solicited. Exchania furnlfhaa" la any part af tha warl. Alexander Counly Savings Bank CAIRO, ILLINOIS STRICTLY A SAVINS SANK CaaltaT Suraliia ........ no.oyt ........ I w.ooa I ominy 'V, II. m;. that another litil" me. and 1 knew you giving him a piece.' a, I was iilaving boy was visiting wouldn't mind me Jan. Ten I .-to. 2'i-CATTL lo 13 lower. i s 30u!f 70o : !.,(' 'o .am v - R Texc s.loel eons an orjiiju; Texas i ceipis 1' I poll '..Vi -te.-is iioie-f Tell low MINNEAPOLIS M iiiiu a polls. Jan. May July oS-!, CASH - No. I tiorili. WHEAT. 2" - WHEAT rn lo;,',) l u" N Gin ii lev los:;. NEW York, lo. ; GOVERNMENT BONDS. R Peidirie 2's r c . . PJ I".''. Ri'c. 2's coupon ...lo3 1": Recisti red 3 s I'm"', P' :, (Vcpon 3's loo'., l-'"1, v. -.. fs i, e 1P." 1!'"-' "v D -oiipoti . . . . 1 J i 1 lj"', N ' i ( i I ' t Oi ui: Nc Mid IP", ( 1 hi in a I 111',. CORN I7."i.i. S i"i' ati I i ."! 7, in i OATS - I! I .','' i, S'"l w inii- r. i 't '' : ii fn I YORK GRAIN. l.oi J i - WHEAT I'XpollS I'l.oou, d 1 S ' , 1 lc i. a (I ui ; . options i ! ad'.atiir. Ii. Spo ato rl,e Ma I.'c.ipis n si. , ell . N, f o b. a 'loat. in.; e,or: 2 IS rr, Options clo mcr r( ll'l. piii I c'ipl M;iy e'ni. ; lilixr.l "I White Expoi i t ii :, 1 1 ; '.;'..! 1;.' fortie .eopi iipit turn up thei-tio-s st n'hing. ns nsmre jias ai reaiy antieij.aied them n tb" ni'ter Some women won't ha a;i heaven nnleM they ran have party. Nashville Att,-rica. fled in box POINTS AND PLEASANTRY. To avoid br ach o' promise sups, a iff. ret Soai Lamp Seo'.'rz l.oios i('''i" ! 3 rb ,ir fa:. ' WicWs in Vinegar. . irl in ,inec?r ;o ; ii u in l.i :np i: : M ! P a ays. Yoi F!"'K h. poor mu'e t! at don't o;k both rr.-;' or rii'.T ir ,'::i rive 'I . up your Fo-mdnt !r,r. cua'lj laid l, for iOOD AND WORK PLENTY. IN EREST COMPOUNDED TWICE A EAR AT THIS BANK ON ALL ;AVINGS ACCOUNTS. $1 WILL .TART YOU. IRST BANK & TRUST COMPANY. LLIfiOIS CENTRAL B. R. 1ARDI GRAS At New Orleans, Feb. 23. piuo. Piillialit spectacular features. Mar di Gras Carnival Aiitoinobile Races. Ask for profusely illustrat ed folder describing the Ma nil Gras, "LORIDA, The "Central Route to Florida via rirtniir.'bani. Through sleeping cat daily from Chicago lo Jackson ville, l-'la. Pullet Library car so -. Lit lie A Ten w had accidentally get away fiiuii Allen." raid his you din B.l'J iUj t aaala." - i'S crying because lie let his toy balloon liini. "Never mind, small sinter. "When o heaven yau'H got It Tbt Holt Btfrnklnf Prin la th World W-7 EPS IT f7 -W and iliuiiu Ask f' r Vice I, leal folder. -IAVANA, CUBA. Via N. w li P ans Si anisllip n'l't i( h tin- lo II. nana days. Daily rxept ship service I'roiu car serving all , ial Florida I-'our saiiiir.'S Tanioa Sen. rn Clllill. :LD MEXICO, lira, he l ,ir tbroui;ii New i n u an lit i e per for or i i i - Fliii id i. from .Yew Oi about every toll Sunday sti am- Kniuhts K-. . week fro'it Pint iliiMrat ! lo'd r ct by i ail routes Oi'.'Htis: tliiis alfoi'l oipoi tuuit y to visit that i itv without additional ex l, d car r i tare ut i 1 1 . . in Do- matter of tor illusttat.d told o via N"W Orbans." rour of all Mexico, via Illinois Cen tral R R. under e.-ioit of K"uu Ci'tiipl.'dl. ( b ii' i al Manager tb" An."! i' an Touii.-t Assoiiation. Mat -oi.' tt- Puil.Ltig, Adams und pear bun Sirr, ts. Chicago, leaves Chi cago Jaliuaiv Jil. S"bt c!i-tite!" Limit'. I. Ail exclusive piivibgis. iv noTTtr.a it tit Ixd Utrj, (JrortrlM aad 8uJt L Ii. R. V I"-' ial Pall- il depl h !"llt tiai 't te: tl M-.tiltu." ttain, .1 1 a v. in c i ,k,ic s Compai t'uei ts. Litu iii v and Musi, li otii. with fe lai'K-l .lining car Wir..er Tourlata Ticketa. Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and ' return 13.1 Cairo to Durant, Miss., mid re turn 11.10 Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re- ' turn H.il Cairo to McComb, Mis., and re turn IS. II Cairo to Hammond. La., and re- turn 20. it Cairo to New Orleans, La., and return tl.SI Also lo Tourist points In Florida, Miktissippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico. Tickets sold dally un til April 20th, good returning until May 31st, PJ03. J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent, Cairo, 111 A. II. HANSON, Tassenger Traffic Mantcer S. O. HATCH. General Tassenper AjrenL OFFICERS E. A. SuKar Fraala-anl C. O. Fatlar Vlea-PraaKaM J. H. GalUaan.rr.... Chitr Frank Spanear ...... Aaalatanl Cahia BISICTORS E. A. Buiaf Th.a. layf Wm. KlMia . Chaa. Fawthtar D. S. Lania'aa i. H. SallliaN C. O. Fatiaa C V. Naff H. m. Thlatlatmaal Aaarga Faraant iRfaraal Fala an Time 9aaatHa. Cairo City Transfer Lino t Snaeaaior to Stolta ft Waltari J. J. H. KIERCE, Prop. All klnda af Hauling Dona Prtmptfy, Both Fhenaa 1tS 111f Waahfnitan Ava, Call, ITTInfi iLilNUiS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL ROUTE TO VIA BIRMINGHAM In eoa Hj. and in t! tm, . !.ll I , vol!-! b i vati attag" and ti i( , i r. ir Ti. '. v I or . r.iu.ou Cbi'i!it;i k ts in, Pid, OI , . S; . . ail Engtjnd'a Oldest Caal. Tto oldest tnt. ;n Prc'arirl vas B !h Po- J ot itiii,iliy a ll'inmn -i dike t iitit,ins pa ,;,, ftoin Lin o.n lo t,r. Ti-r.. near Toik -ey. tt" p en'd in :! ti.ite of Kit.e II. nrv 1 it as a'iiiH"d lo v tin'il f en 1 Kd n'eirsh S;ev.-nns lio:h lid. r e t ; . .j , ,.r j, re-r t i t.jver ONE NEED NOT BE NIGGARDLY TO SAVE MONEY. IN FACT. THE THRIFTY MAN IS USUALLY THE MOST LIBERAL. IN PROPORTION TO HIS VEANS. START AN AC COUNT WITH The rs r"mt ' v Ve the C'-; at l;lt!-r. t'n rt i''v .-.- K sr.'f r; on! f 'I'll..' ,a vn a li! W l.en a I, 'i is li-.;:; '- t, u fi- a p- Kl e . i:-"1, !!. if-', a ;s it Asai f-aid t - "no !t- tou no! in? to ry -a an .,'.' rf ! j, i " y Mrs r m-d-f fr-r IIS' S I PANAMA. Via tb" Ii 1. .-I!,- ('. I sf- aro- h,p i'lL v it It tilroi an. a Ei.cant t: i;. .-i ll ii e. S nd ' Panama ate! "!. Ne V I i' rtll - VICKSBUPG. MjSS "ri t., us Vi, I. - i" ( i . P e 1 ' i an. I f : ! I . i , . t i . ; J; . . ' t .. .; !v iTu t-a. f . I.ii'u- t.o t'- HOT SRINGS. t:.- .'ti'i J..O- t - tin.: iiv. is ("i ntr.-ii to f : inn tli. n-e lo it in l oli ui. N. w O' weekly rot.rie, t I f..r City ,f f.-r An. P ' i,s ei,t.; f i' a , u f t! tl-." An ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to January 1, 1919. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE Trsine Leava Cairo: 1:C5 a m. Dsily Chb ago Vpstlbnlc Llm'ted. nrrltlre: Cblcsjo 11 : SO a, m 2 ?3 a. m. V:Vy St. Iml NUht l.lii ile,, atrhlng St. Iroils 7.f a. m Skepltg nr open t f SO P. ". 5:00 i. Cblcaro D!ly afiPr fi.'fji Sunday. 5:CKJ a. m, St. LouJa Sfira'f Wi yrcn except E'tn.'a. 11:15 a. tn, SL ImtIs TkMt Mall. 11:15 a. n, Cblcspo MM Im gpr!a- 2:35 p. n, Dai!y Ft. food's Mm'ted 2:35 p Afternovu Krpra fnr Odin. Hrfinpham, Mattnon. 0.arrr?FT 6:10 p .m, Tfccbea A.-vorcraodatiot. 7:15 t. m Cilcagi and Etatra Ft presa. 2:30 a. Mrmplils and Nhl! S:30 a. m Memphis ar.,1 New Or er. IJmPM. i t, ; 1 -o. I 1 8 00 a. m, P.!nra! an4 Ixi'aIil k .it. .! 1:41 p. m, l-atly M-mia'a N T. i i ? ' Orleans. ARK, 1:41 p. m. Dally Naaina. Chatta n.rg jne-ra and Atlanta. i"hout dans-. 4:30 p. m, Fulton Aeeoni'3eat,oB. c t. H t Springs Droi.- j 5:50 p. m, Padueah and UmlarPle i ,.: - rvi, S'ii.1 f..r i iu-tr it.-1 I :00 d. m. Menulila ani aw l?r I .1 ,. - i , ;." ..t Spr;!,ir-. Ihans St-cla!. for tbrm.rti tickets, ap1tiB rar Abcve L teratore free for tHe asking. JaecomiiK'Jatlf'OB an! f1rter tafnrsta I: - t ftin tin e, tifkets and allitloB apply at IPlnola Ccatrai Paie iH!iieii;ar pf l:itt,f.; O-ntral agent get Station. Cairo Tfl ?t ' tbrve of -f.r.ftirs I n-s. j J. H. JONES, Tlekat AftnL 4 H. ilNov PT.5L ri.icac". I I !fc A. HATCH. G. P. A. Coliimbui, Albany and Waycrosa, nectlon with thel'entral of Ueorgia the Atlantic Coiutt Line. Un and after Oct ober INth from Clilcaxu, a THROUGH 3LEEPINQCAR will be run from , , Chicago (o Jacksonville via the above route, leaving Chlcag dally at 7 p. in., on the aleeplnc car aectlon (coach lection coniiolldated with ileeplng car lection at Carbondale, leaving ( hlcao at 6:09 p. m.) of the Limited train for the South, arriving at Ulrmlngham 3:15 p.m. next day and a Jacksonville at 1:50 the aecond morning. Ilurlet-l.lhrary ( ar out of Chicago and Dining Cars Serving all Meals EnRoute I Urect connections at Jackeonvtlta for all points In Florida and for Bteamihlpa rur Cuba and Nassau. Tickets, reservations, information, train time and rates may be had of your local agent H. . H ATt'H, O. P. A., Chicago, III. A. II. HANSON. P. T. M.. Chicago, I1L MOBILE & OHIO R. R Corrected to January 1, Tlma of .Tralna al CAIRO 1909. No. No. No. Nc. Soirthbaiina) Express, Daily, Iv Express, OaJy.lv .1.50 p.rrt 2:17 am Narthbouna" EspiCis, Daily, l 1:W p." Expresv Dly, Jv,.,i.1t32 a.m J. H. I3NE. Tiakat Aa. River Transportation Lcc Line Steamers For Cincinnati and way landings Sir. TITERS LIE Safiirday, Jan. 23, a. m. l or Memphis and Way Landings SADIE LEE leavrs Every Innrsday, S p. P. Tor Frt ght and Pasaa? apo'jr at Hall. day A Phill.pa Wharfboat, Car ROEEBT E. LEE. General Manager BOL'RNE. &r.l.A Ger.aral Offce, 4 South F'-t $tr- Ff.