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'SSraiilSTIlIZ.' THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1909.
THE REMEDY FOB S0BE5 a ULCERS The combination 'of healthful vegetable ingredients of which S. S. S. ia composed, makes it nri especially desirable and effective remedy in the treat ment of sores and ulcers of every kind. Since an impure condition of the blood is responsible for the trouble, a medicine that can purify the blood is the only hope of a successful cure; and it should be a medicine'that not only cleanses the circulation, but one that at the same time restores the blood to its normal, rich, nutritive condition. S. S. S. is lust such a remedy. It is made entirely of healing, cjeansing vegetable properties, extracted from na ture's roots, herbs and barks of the forest and fields. It has long been recognized as the greatest of all blond purifiers, possessing the qualities necessary to remove everv impurity in the blood. When S. 8. S. has purified the circulation, and strengthened and enriched it, sores and ulcers heal read ily and surely, because they are no longer fed and kept open by a continual discharge into them of irritating discasc-laden matter from theblood. S. S. S. brings about a healthy condition of tbe flesh by supplying it with rich, nourishing blood and makes a permanent and lasting cure. Book on vSores and Ulcers ami any medical advice mailed free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. LLOUR The Flower of Flours. 4' would be a fitting title for our Cas cade brand. It is the best example of flour tmikiiig that modern milling can produce, Every household god doss will have better pleased subjects if she uses Cascade Hour in her bak ing. It is far the best by actual test All GROCERS. CAIRO MILLING CO. For Half a Century Wood's Fever Pills have been known as the only sure cure for ('bill and Fever and all Bilious and Malarial diseases. As a Htood 1'urlller and In building up a run down B.vstum tliey have no equal. For Sale by all Local Druggists. 5 NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS MOUND CITY, ILL. ' January 21, Alias Nellie Sweeney ts quite ill .'I her home mi fourth street ibis week. Mr. VUsil Hargan of Louisvilio, Ky. Is (he guest of his brother, Ben. of America, and Dr. .1. F. Jlargali of tlrs eliy. Miss Genevieve Ulrd was railed bv telegram Wednesday to her borne a' Whileaker it is thought be will be out in a few days. .Messrs. Hurry McCartney and Clyd Riuhey worn business callers at Olm sled Wednesday and at Pulaski Thursday. MOUNDS, ILL. Jan. 21, 1909. II. M. 1 logendobler. secretary am Chaffee, Mo., on account of the dealh .manager of the Villa Ridge . Frr.i of her brother. Ward, who had just re-jGu.wers' association was down til turned from California where he ha 1 business Tuesday, boon with ' i w to veeifpenUing hi.-: William Stovers of Grand Chain brol'-n health. M)iei-h his death - in lit -the lirst of the week visitilif t.,. .,-,..- :n- ,u it ,m,i relatives and looking after busiucs. this .Miming at'. er h.s return on Tiies- day evening, it was a dreadful shock William Mimlnnnu ry was a Cain) visit Mi- Wednesday. T. .1. r rait :! f: ntily (f Cairo ar. moving into the Meua!ia:i eita.4e o, Poplar street. Mr. and Mrs. W ' It Rodman ri" Cairo visitors k-diiosilay. A. W. Hailgbey was a Cairo busi ness caller Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Ha, ton and fam ily who have resided here the pits; two years have moved to Cairo an 1 expect to make that city their tuttii home. Mrs. .1. W. Cool; of Olmsted was in the city Wdtisday on buslnss. Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Hlse of I.evings. were in the city Wednesday as the guest of the lattcr's sister and hus band. Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Dougherty. ' ('apt. .las. Bartleson of Olmsted wa in the cin Wednesday. . Ita.-s j.isl returned from Or s;oro. N. C where lo- left Mrs. Partlo-mi bis' Monday. She seated niiirj improved in health at the time if Ins return. James Rushing made btisimss fi-ti, I.. f'..i..,. '...lti.w.Uv- v.,,,.y lawnne. Win. ltarnliait was Huioiii: the Cain I (,,. ,, v (ov., js i,,-,U'm bis coi visitors Wednesday. l.,.- a Oak street tieath painte.l. Ilotl. 8?. A. Van K ill . f Vienna J S', t'.i'Me ";iU '-.- cbil" except ; who has been at Anna on b-g.il ir.'-i 1 v ( ; .! !. ,t. . i aso 1 geing to h.iv oun?' n-.'t of Puia-ki eouii'y. Slates Atte: !l"V Fred IIik.I I interests in the city. Joint Powers and I). W. I'rindle. Jr. .if Villa Ridge were in the city W. .1 n. si'ay. Henry Kscue, a colored man of thi e;y is now under anest tor tin murder of ('has. Siu'kcrt. and an as ar.lt with a deauly weapon mi Claudi 1 '.ni iey. (Ul. C. Trannuell. assistant cashi : of the First Stale Hank f Mom: City was a business caller Tuesday. Che thaw up nt tiie ground ha caused the bottoms to fall ort of tin 1 i i oou roads. I ('. i: Moore, of Ciiilinlla. enuinee' mi I In. I. C. spent Wednesday in thi: ( i' '. l irar .Viie.en ,f Auieriia, was eve Tiie.y.i.n in n iistiltation with Con ir. eti r C. I. Miiler. i'iir- Central lee plant- is pnlti'ig it MUne n.a'iimeth el"Mic liglit poles They look a it tin would stand I'o' !wi til -Cue enrs. ' Coi.tr: '-tor Lewis Cmfy of Vill ! viiv iu town jetiu'day. H' I , a- (oiiiiaits in sibl for seernl nev i'ii.iots to l-e buiit in the spritm. ; Mrs. Ricl.ai I Roche was sbuppitn i ;;i toi' ii WediK s.ia.v. I Mai hui Scn ijici is unite sb-k w it I pneumonia at h.s lionie n Delnuan LIGHT ROLLS FOR BREAKFAST. lies-. lbi we-k. pasM-.T liirouih Ibis l iiv e.lto-s.iiiy on his return to li s heme. .1. M. ManslicM wn a ('..in. eI!, r Wt-diosdav. . H. Mills, t.l l"aiisolie. In. I.. ' a gin.-t of his I'lni'irr, D. H .Mills, in Ibis city Wednesday wlnie fii;-riit (o St. I ' Mrs. Sailie Sm in er of lluile, i Tvovinfc 1:tV -iUt ber lioinc on I'ear! .-tr r I his i If Mr. Will hiteaker and son of Ului'icl were in (be cii isbiiis; a id M vr. Hill Whi.eHi.ei. Mi. Joe i;ai;at f Hr.tii.i ClMin wa in t!'e iir on bi,-iio'. Wi-.lu-.la . r. ;ld. s l-V. ' nf Anna is H go-si of b r niiin Mi F'on iic".) Sttii lii.t and ot. o r .-iair.es bf r- th d-. Mis. A l bii lo Mur!:y is iui- IF iih !onsi;itis itii -ek. Clide H.r'.K of M'-nnds a: shoi pint :i town Wel!tf-day. ?!is lain a D Baiin of Ca in at I i .l i.i m.irk ba'i givn by ;!: V, n Tin c'l-.b .!;!-. aj nildTI. V, . ar-l Mrs Fa:l Fr't vn anl (,.!,,' m- iuet ius M'-vn 1 r lh. y .1 resi ie. Mi !! M s. A. J. iMis:i 11" Wednesday fiftne.n fr Ia i:-t-i. ho" thy mill i-it i!j'o. Jlr. Oeci FatkT '.ho cnifio-.-i ss F.ai!!atn !iori Mf!!. t.i't" iW wish one f t!? M hi I tfs ?:tM arm badly rti- b- t and 1nji"l Wed vUtiiid Cilyjiai 1 buflri' ?' hT Tbfin-tay. .... ,M!"k I a I! ;t l:i" Fa'k lai-t ii-.ut v,0 h crate' success and a( . otter, l. .! .v both tnaiiied an' ; lOii.r cp dl piH.pie. ; - is. L. 1 i-tts of Villa Ride". a .; ..-, ne - aber ist-rdav. !.. f biiikrtiit i-s t.-r :i ; i : en.l 'itv Tbuisdav. an. flip? :'., neilllier tbat of L. V ''!(h. diutgi-t. of this lit... YOU WANT FOUR ESSENTIALS IN YOUR BANKING INSTITUTION STABILITY. CAPABLE MANAGE VENT. AMPLE RESOURCES. SEF VICE. FIRST BANK A TRUST COMPANY HAS ALL OF THESE REQUIRE WENTS. Fear Ka'jJ" Lasting. As a tn a !-at" m4r ' Intn aii-roa hs i. t.--i -: -f I-1 tf a! tbnuch nrrioiallr it 3"ffn;; ari-'t hv true kalierir,!t rrn i ir '- i al rsu 4iffrn't sr.d Vi.t.ifr. Tbe ru,ri -wi'h a f ar I !'d f-r-ri,6. of t.izh ilmn or of risp ir s'tnni'f t. f' if r L- t,f. 'ml rr I d-T iu'aK r! i- ".-vr"f tl-' hi 91 of i' N w I'mti r';''t-i'n. VANOSTENS ORCHESTRA. W ill -j.t ft-ut-of tiB rr?t May Be Served In a Great Variety of Attractive Shapes. Stir one teaspoonful butter, the same of augur, and one-half teaspoon ful salt Into one cupful hot milk; when coo, add one gill lively yeast, one-fourth cupful warm water, and enough Hour to make a stiff batter. Cover closely, and stand In a warm place.. When well risen, add enough Hour to make a dough that can be shaped with the hands. Let rise again, keeping well covered, and when light cut it down. When It again puffs, tip, turn out on a well-floured dough board, knead lightly, pat out a little with a rolling pin, spread the' surface with butter; then kn'ead until no trace of the but ter can bo seen. Roll into a sheet about one-third Inch In thickness, cut out with a large round cutter, then roll the two opposite edgea over and over, stretching a little an rolled, until-they meet. Wash over with melted butter, let rise, and bake. The shape of these rolls may be greatly varied. One attractive form is made by pinching off the dough, rolling Into a ball with the hands, and cutting through the top horizontally and perpendicularly with a knife dipped in melted butter, which pre vents the cuts closing. Or the dough may be rolled into small oval shapes, about, a finger long and tapering at each end, then joined in pairs, the ends firmly pressed together. Another pleasing shape by way of a change, Is made by first cutting the dough into long stlps, then plaiting three of them together to form a braid; or the strips may be formed into rings and linked In pairs. USE SODA TO CLEAN SILVER. Task Then May Be Accomplished in a Short Time. Cleaning the entire stock of family silver has lost Its terror since it has been discovered that it may be accom plished in a comparatively short time by the use of soda. Place over the tire a-clean tin dishpnn half full of water; when it has reached the boil ing point, throw in a handful of or dinary washing soda; put in all of the silver, boil ten minutes to loosen tbe tarnish, remove it and wash In hot, soapy water. Some of it may require a hasty scrub with moistened sllvei polish, and all or it will need the dry polish rubbed on with a flannel cloth. While this method may be safely employed for silver, it is a dubious process for plated and oxidized ware, since tbe very purpose of it is the loosening of the surface coating, be It dirt, or plate. Sterling silver is not Injured by it. To give silver the antiquo or .satiny surface which Is again in vogue, rub it with old-fashioned bar sand, (.round corundum is not bm sand, although it often passes as such and is to be avoided, having a sharp ness that may be delected under a microscope, and which la much too rough for silver. French Omelet. Mix well together in a basin font w note eggs, nvo good tabh-spoonf il: of new mill;, en am. or slock, one an' a half ounce s of butter, a Iktle sal and papril a. melt one and a hal nances of butler in an omelet pan then pour in the mixture and fiy fr two or three minutes, slirring th uixtare so lhat all of it may b erpi.t' !y cool.ed, then toward Ibf nd of tb fiying lorm it into a half Moon sbspt urn it out on to a hot-dish, and servi quite hot hs a breakfast, luncheon, oi ioeond course dish. Corn Starch Cake. One-half cup butter, creamed; one and one half cups sugar, one cup milk. one half teaspoon almond extract, one half cup corn starch, one and one half cups paltry flour, one half teaspoon soda, one and one-half teaspoon? cream of tartar, whiles of six eggs Cream the butter and sugar, add the Havering. Mix the corn starch, Hour soda and cream of tartar and stir them Into the butter alternately with be milk: lastly. 'J the whitm bean stiff. Hake In shallow parm in a mod eii!e oven. Potatoes Baked with Onions. Wash. ied and ip a dozen pots toes. 1'ut them In a roaMng tin o cart lien waw an im wblrh four ouno of butter ha been previously melted Cm .ur large peeled onion into thin slices and put them over the potatoes, season with pepper and salt. Place them in a modern. !y hot oven, basting them frequently with the but fa', tiiriiine thfni occasionally so that they become uniformly browned Then drain thra, dish up and f-rve. R.ce Piiddinj, with Currants. Half a pound of rice and one f aif toiind of currants Wash the rice, ti if In a cloth, allowing room for It tr swell, arid put into a saucepan of eoM waier; Jet it boil for an hour. tbr. take it up. untie tbe cloth, stir in th' ciirrsni ind ti It mi. aeain tolerably ticb'. and put It into the watfr for the i' rnfor der of the time. Hr fnt T;0'.l'-r hour, or i a 'tier lor.ter. and v t v , Lh set sa ice. Cut'ard and Apple Sauce P e. IJi-e a plfi'e ( Uin .as:. Co-e; I.'f-.r, '-h it's of bread t; rt -ii ih t.Vr Over M pnnr r-4t;.rd ria1- ef or e (ft, .'ie ts b!,r,n anpur. ..... . ' n .-t -a rrh. a eg ::. 1 ";-r--i 'hi f;r3f -! tbb k',y a?4 t:!:tii si'li ri'i ti.-.- ii. th-i I le u-;i fit' an 1 k Th'!- ' ''e'l-ri tas-s i9 ;a-r"r sin sol d' ib'e tit r.M.tit srd s'Tei i :i!i:-i. Natural GrvwtH ef New Yor. Aiier e'tlRlnalisc tfea liBtnirrast ln rr to the fBt!oo of New Tot k rty. !t U rta: MaiaJ!f (SJM OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. Council Chamber, Cairo, Illinois, Jan uary 12, 1909. t Second Ueguhir Meeting.) Present: Hon. George Parsons, mayor, and Alderman Burke, Cannon, Davis, (ionium, (Jreaney, Kelly, Kindl ier, Magner, Median, Nellls, Scullin an I Thistlewood. . , Absent: 'Aldermen Bourgnls and Ferguson. Minutes. Alderman Creauey moved the min utes of last meeting lie approved with out reading. The motion was adopted unanimously. The mayor submitted a communica tion from the trustees of P. .1. Thls- tlewood' Kstate 'wherein they agreed to fill their portion for a sidewalk on south side of Sixteenth street provid ing the otner property owners make a. similar agreement, with the under- Ktanding that, the fill bo allowed to settle thoroughly before cement side walk is built upon said fill. On motion of Alderman Nellis the ceiiuminication was received and or dered filed. The mayor also reported that the l'r.rd of Local Improvement had con rddeied the communication received from the Cairo City tfas Co. relative to laying mains . on certain (streets, which eomnivnication had been refer red to the board last meeting, and that, tiiion recommendation of counsel the board recommended that tbe Gas conniainv be requested to furnish the eitv with a plat of the proposed work. Alderman Nellis moved the report be received and city clerk instructed to notify the Cairo City Gas Co. to furnish the city council with a plat if the work proposed to be done, The motion was adopted. . . The mayor also reported .the es cape of prisoners from the city jail and asked for suggestions from the council. Alderman Nellis moved the police jail and fire committee be-instructed to Inspect the city jail and authorized and empowered to make such tiniimnrnrv renaiiii as It found leecssary. The motion was adopted bv the followitig vote: Aye Burke, Cannon. Pa vis, Gorman, Greaney, KVlv. Keehler, Magner, Meehau, Nellis, Scullin and Thistlewood 12. Nay None. i Alderman Iturke was excused for the evening. The mayor 'referred In the exist- f-nr e of eontaeloliH diseases ' In the :ity. Alderman ' Kelly moved tlx mayor lie aitliori'.-'d to appoint an as distant health offher. AUoriiniu Greanev moved as an amendment, that, the matter bo left. ui the' hands of -the mayor-and he b empowered to u$e his judgment in Vindling tbe mailer and to expend -uch money as lip deemed necessary in CHI-twins; out the same. TIip amendment proposed by Alder man Oieaney was accepted by Abler man Kelly. Alderman Median moved as an -iiiieiidiunit that Officer Orr bo dis missed from the services of tbe city md the mayor unpowered to appoint ntch men and t.'.ke such steps as he looms necessary to stamp out. con tagious disease vithin the city. The emendnieiit was lost by the following vote: Aye Cannon Gor Ttan and Meel an 3. Nay Davis, flrfaney. Koeliler, Magner, Nellis Scullin and Thistlewood 8. The motion of Alderman Kelly as i;, leaded by Abler.-.ian. Ureaney was "ost by the following vote: Aye dtad.-.v, Kelley, Koeliler. Magner. Wilis, Scullin and Thlstlewood-T. ;,y Canueii. Davis, Gorman and b eban t. A'dernian Goiman moved a n-eon-,bt i at ion on tie motion last put. The motion was adopted. Alderman Greaney moved the adop tion of the motion. The motion was adopted by tbe fob iwing vote: Aye Cannon. Davis, v.r.nan. Greaney. Kelly. Koehler. Iagm T. Nellis. Scullin. Thistlewood - Hi. Nay-- Median 1. Reports of Officers. John Sheehan. street supervisol mil poundke;.per. suliniitt r'.l his final ...eiits fur the year PUIS on street tax ,.-.i' dog license collected as follows, lo-wit : Cairo. TIliuoK )ec. "l. COS. To the Honorable the Mayor an I City Council. Cairo, Illinois. '".ent b'llleU. T herewith make- my I'm a I report for -treet lavs collected for the ye.-.r i!" S.. as tollows. to wit : . W. l'tiddy. J... Fverells, Join Matthews. Will Gibbs. Jim Williams, f. 1 Buchanan. An bur Stump. Oscar Flenoy. John F'otts. Everett Smlih rs. W. If. Hurt. Arthur Harris. R. R Vander.Ia'.e. K.i Ward, Harry Eichoff. lames Smith. Ed Smith, ! itoyle-! ''has. Peaches !. B. Hoss. Heubeti DavN. John Floyd. Chan. Snyder. F U Montey, John Flors, Ed Siege- b-l'tt ttrnnica '7 neeipts 1 rli Jl't.r.n Tr'.isureis r"eipt atlaclo-d . . . !" ' was excused for the evening. Reports of Committees. The street committee reported recommending that the plank cross ing at corner of Center and I'lue strets, running north and south, be repaired. Alderman Nellis moved the report he received and recommendation ec.iicuned In. The motion was adopt ed by the following vote: Aye Can non, Davis. Gorman, Greaney Kelly, Koeliler. Magner, Median. Nellis and Scullin 10. Nay None. The street committee reported recommending that an arc lamp be ordered placed on Twenty-seventh street between Holbrook and Park avenues; a gas post at Twenty-sev enth street ami Holbrook avenue ami so nrc lninn on Charles street be tween Park and Holbrook avenues. Alderman Greaney moved the re port be received and recommenda tions concurred In. Alderman Nellis moved to amend by adding to the recommendation as tollows: "And that the gas post at Eighteenth and Washington avenus be moved and an arc light substituted therefor." Alderman Median moved the amendment of Alderman' Nellis be re ferred to the street committee. The motion was adopted. Alderman Nellis, joined by Alder, man Gorman then requested the re port be laid over under the rules. The motion was ruled out of order.. ' The motion of Alderman Greaney was. then adopted by the following vote: Aye Cannon, Davis, Gorman, Gieane.v. Kelly, Koehler, Magner, Meehan and Scullin 9. Nay Nel lis 1. The i committee . on claims and ac counts' together with the respective committees to whom they had been referred, reported recommending payment of the following Miscellaneous Claims and Accounts. Timothy Mahoney, . 1 month 'foreman street gang, Dec, IDOS $ K'-spi tfuily submi'te.!. JOHN SHEEHAN. M' ! Sutx risor and Pound Keep, r Cairo. Illinois. Dec. 31. iS. To the Hoirirab'e tbe Mayor an i City Coumil. Cairo, Illinois, i.-ntb tii' ti. I herewith make niy final frt f I..C 1ae f-cUecte.l in l''lK, as fol- fi., to : No. V". jtn Si ri. AiHiid. Kl. l. W Mi-ridian. 2 P.rackev Bro-., V, G. W v; rii!if,n. SI. O. W. Mertdian. . Sam Nelson. VT. P-tank. Chat. H. Hixon 1 1 ks at tin" each tl.ii Treasurer's receipt attached.. I'S.oa Ket,rv-t fully subrnine.l. JOHN SHEEHAN. tuet Supeivi"r and ponndkeeir rm t.r.ti-, ef Alderman Maener t! reports were referred to th city Julius Serbian, days with on on days on days days days days days on on on on lays on days days days on en team at. $1, Dee. 1908 . . John Higgiiis , 2t; days ' streets, Dec. lfmg . Mike Driscoll, 23 days streets. Dee. 1HUS Patrick Kennedy, 21 days on sidewalks, Tec. UKiS James Long. 21 days on side walks. Dec. I9u8 John Holland, 21 streets. Dec. 1908 Dave Fowler, 2114 .streets. Dec. 19uS Henry Collier, 10 streets, Dec. 1908 hen Britton. 2:!V4 streets, Dec. 190S John Massey, 21 streets, Dec. 1908 Stephen Ihian. 2fiVi streets, Dec. 1908 Will Taylor, 22-14 streets, Dec. 1908 Louis Christmas, 21 streets. Dec. 1908 George Roberts, VA fit roots, Vvc. 19.18 Earl Quellmalz, 20 streets, Dec. 1908 James Johnson, 2li sitr.ets, Dec. 190S Austin Lee, 2K days on streets, streets, , Dec. loS Martin' O'Donohiie, 1 month inspector, Dec. 1908 A. Glauber, I month inspector. Dec. 1908 X. Martin, 1 month inspector, Dec. 19u8 P. Mahoney. 1 month In speetor, Dec. 1908 Daniel McCarthy. 1 month In spector. Dec. J "108 John Meehan. 1 month in spector. 1oc. puis W. A. Williams. Hi months inspector, Nov. and Dee. 1 '.MIS . P. lleuckel. 1 month astt. ng. Dec. 1:luS Tin mas Median, removal of garbage. Dec. J'.i8 Mrs. Frank Keane, laindty, lire department. Dec. 1'iiS.. M. Lutz, feeding prisoners S'l locals before and 48J days after trial. Dec. 1!0X M. J Mahaffee, gia.ing at lire SI a. No. 1 Ohiis. Ouiun. reiiairiiig brick wall, ity jail, Dec. Iiml . . . Joe Johnson, nurse I i.rse 8 days. Dec. !o Johnson, nurse house h days. Dec Walter Morris, nursi house. Dec. P'oS ('has. St-el" bauling be, dotlies to pi-t lion. Dec. 1 !! Geo.".' Hardy, watching Hat t;- l.andcii 1 da;, s, lfc-r. t'itii lolill Sheeban. 20 per eel olleite. pi .jog tax' per cent. T.'i in taxes, and II (Iocs at $1 c?'li. Dec. 10"S Fri es' Noi liiiian, . express i-baites .i.l 12 bills! Dec !'S George Maloof. mdse . or.b r of chief. Inc. 1J.US loM'pbinp Casey. 2 .Ias us sistine in it y ckrk's offii e. I . H'o8 Join Oca. watchman itt park, iH-C. C'l'S Frank M. Mooie. 1" r cent JUV'pI fl!S coMerte,! IV-C. 1 : Tli: Mirer Chi! ifn'o Home, aio in Mippoil of IJoir". v-e. yy-s (.-.. for i". ,"'1.00 95.00 39 . 00 ni.f.o 02. (la :;t;.thi ;,2.2:i yi .90 2" .15 r.i. no 29 31.1.1 l.r.o .90 :9.oi) 19. 00 "9.00 at pest Pl"S ... at pest 1'ioS .. at pest 1 . 01 rio.on r.o.oo ,ri i.oo 50. "0 :,.).oo 75.00 ir.o.oo fi.no ,i5 ,o; 1 . oo 111 Oil to. no 1.;-. 1 5 . " Cairo EI. and Tract. Co., gas and electric lights (1 bills) F. I).. Dec. 1908 21.77 (5. W. Buchanan, indue., F. D., " Dec. 1908 7.2'i Thistlewood & Co., feed F. D., Dec. 1908 lii.pl Chas. Osterloli, feed F. I)., Dec. 1908 22.10 A. S. Magner, mdse, Board of Health, Dec, 1908 W.W V. F, Torrey indue. F. D., Dee. 1908 1.15 Harry W. Sidiuh mdse. (2 bills) F. P.. Dee. 19o8 .... 2.50 James Coleman, record book. F. D Dec, 1908 2.25 Makmey & Buclier, repairs, etc, F. D, Dee 1908 S5 Stewart Bros., 2 duz. toilet paper, Dee. 1908! 1.80 Harrlsburfc: Coal Co.. coal, F. D. Dec. 1908..,. 19.35 Win. Oehler, shoes and re pairs, F, 1)., Dec. 1908 ..... 4,80 Casper Kusener, to plans and rpecllications Fire Station No, 3, Dec. 1908 . . .: 1 18.50 Cairo El. and Tract. Co., lights, city jail, Dec. 1908 .. 31.90 Caire Water Co., hydrant lental. Dec. 1908 790.00 Chas. Lancaster, tile pipe, :l;ec. 1908 ,. la.ss Sanitary Street Flushing Ma chine Co., 1 filling valve, Dec. 1908 .'.... 13.00 Woodward Hardware-Co.mdse . in-ct. streets,, (2 bills) Dee. 1908 1.13 Woodward Hardware Co. mdse acct. Ohio levee break (2 bills) Dec. 19.18 21,91 John 11. Shea, bridles, etc., street dept. Dec, 1908 9.or P. T. Langaii, lumber, etc., acct. Ohio levee break, (2 bills. Dee. 1908 9.95 P. T. Langan. lumber, etc.. acct. sidewalks, (t bills) Dee. 1908 7.34 Thistlewood &' Co., feed St. tept (2 bills! Dec. and Jon. 1008 ,:!-r'" laloney & Bucher, mdse. and repairs acct. St. dept., Dec. HinS I-''1" Cairo El. and Tract. Co., 81 arc lamps, Dee. 1908 030.00 Cairo City Gas Co., 17j gas ! Dec. 1908 . . . '.' -. 301.00 W. ft. Halliday, 1 280 sq, ft. sidewalk lntrsection at I2v;iC, Jc. 19.18 ...i 1 5 i W. It. Halliday, 2101 'b ' sidewalk intersections at lOAc. Dec. 19o8. .". 357.2$ W. It . Halliday, 3509 st. tt. sidewalk Intersections at 12 11-lOc. Dec. 1908 452. 80 Danes & Son, 17 sidewalk in tersections. Dec. 1908 ..... 211.00 1 lanes & Son, extra manholes, sewer nine, etc., (2 bills) Hoe 1'lliS 200.85 McCarthy & Malinskl. 1 man hole cover and turning, Dee. ions 3 0 Mrs. Martha Howe. 2750 brick at $3.0.1, Dec. 1908 8.25 If. H. Halliday, cement, etc., acct. levee wall at Tenth St. 110.70 II. H. Halliday Sand Vu.. sand and gravid and use of boat. Dec. 1908 77.75 Jos. B. Reed, mdse., account , si reel department, Dec. 1908 1.00 Joe Lyons, 8 days on mattress work, Dec, 19o8 Win. Sexton, 2'a days on pile driver, Dee. 1908 6.25 Frank Davis, three days Eng. on concrete mixer. Dec. 198 fl.uO Wilbur B. Thistlewood. wages paid on labor on Levee work work, Huh and Ohio b-vee.. 138. 1, Wilbur B. Thistlewood. wages paid on l'vee work, loth and Ohio Levee, D".'. 19oS 128.30 Wilbur IJ. Thistlewood, wages paid on Levee worli loth and Ohio I-cvee 223. 0 Schuh Drug Co. 2 dox. sul phur candles B. of II l "a P. C. Scullin. meals furnished order Health Officer 2.10 Buike's Livery, horse and bug ay, order Health Officer, Dec PetS 50.IKi lied Cross Drug Store, mds". Acct. It. of IL. Dec Pins.. 1.25 Dr. W. II. Fields. Ircatlng and and vaccinating ciiy pa tients. Dee. piuS 4'L On Dr. E. S. Dlekerson, I real ins; and vaccinating city pa lion's, (2 bills! Nov. and D-c. P08 28. on Mary's Inlirn iiry. car 'it $10 2" st re- t killed voices) pumps, Dee. 1908.. D. F. McCarthy, 1 ton mtrecn ings, pumps, Dec, 1908 .... Cairo City Coal Co., 3 tons slack. pumpR, Dec. 1908.,.. A. J. Kletitschy, painting 10th St. pumps. Dec. 1908 Jas. Coleman, 2 hooka city of fices, Dec. 1908.... Telegram Printing Co.. print ing three forms, Dee, 1908.. It. K. Gannon, coal, city offices Nov. and Dec. 1908 Western L'uion Tel. Co. clock rental 2 yrs. and message, (1 bills) Postal Telegraph Co., mes-ta-?cs. Dec. 1908 Central l'uion Tel. Co.. tolls, Dec. 1908 Cairo City Coal Co.. 4 tons coal, city Off. Dec. 1908.... Clean Sweep Co., l'i Bbls. Clean Sweep, city Off...'... Thos. W. .Williams, 500 enve lopes, city Off, Dec. 1908.. Fred G. Fahr, letter heads. City Off, Dec. 1908 Jno. J. O'Shea. plumber, City Off. Dec. 19i 18 M. C. Met?.ger. supplies, City" Off. Dec. 1908 First. Bank and Trust Co., rent safety box for 1909 John F. Rector, printing 3 forms Dec. 1908 Keuffel & Esser Co., Ii doz. fielil books. Dec. 1.908 Illinois Printing Co., supplies. Citv Off. Dec. 1908 ....... Halliday Ritienhouse Co., elec trical supplies, city off. Dec. 1908 ,. Prof. A. B. Comings, plat ten, In place, City Off Geo. n. Walker. 500 liquor bonds, Dec. PJu8 Jesse E. Miller, Co. Oerk, costs of court. Ord. 105.... E. Miller, Co. Clerk, of court. Ord. 126 Warder, commission- fee, Ord. 105 Waker Warder, commission ers fee Ord. 167 Walter iWiarder, commission er's fee, On). Walter 'Warder er's fee, Ord. Walter Warder er's fee, Ord. Walter Wbrder er's fee, Ord. M. J. . fee, 4.35 1.50 4.50 2 5. i'O 1.C5 9.W 14.75 24.08 '.V, 3.50 II .00 SI. Ace Of 1.1 m s rw Ike. 1 Mr. Ii KL -'. refit wstW- tiBte find silver's ffice YM'S Lsaslen k Ia- V. U-zn mt- !-fi r fldercd. P'C. 1f'1 .. r McNnlty. an-nti- mik -itv jail. 1'1!,S (;)(rtPr Sdelcman. 2 days fire man. Winter Bros fire. Dc. 1 i-ii 4.12 Chas 'Keohb-r. e- . V . '- rtavs eitra 'i and iiie.Hciue city pat ieuts, Dec, P 8 S. Manner. Mds pest bouse Ic. P'os... Otto Scbuli. Mdse. Acc't It II. Sei.t. and Oct. pe. aim City Coal Co, 3 Ions Kial B. of II IVc. l'eu James M. M .Mann-., surgi cal attention, city patients. Dec. 1!eS Paul G. S huh A- Sons, sul phur. Acct. H. of II Dc. Dr P 171c a Oreaie y, M.i-e Acl P. of H !-- P. T. ltnL'au. 2 ;oI n i-"ditit. I -fit ti.tii)... I k-- iS-8 .John II. Joie s. ir uisportstioii P of H . e. p-iv, Halliday & Pbii ips Wharf l.t Co., irftisiKjr'ijMon TV of II Ih-c. P'H Tbim. W. Gannon. 1 valve box St. iMit. Iec. l'- Gi'.m.ue. Th- riun;! r, repa'r .'H'ti S Wu'er Trench l. P"-x P.. Mi Mann.-. Jr. 1 pr. emu I...K St. I-pt. D.-C. Fii. . J". T. Ijincan, 3 mu.-ires r.f- i-ie. S'. Dpi. !. "!.. WTi.iard Hre Co m.!s-. 12 billsi Si. IV-pt. Ie. lf 1 Keily Pro. Lbr. Co l.r. oak Hakes. Si. JptDT. 1'H. Woo.1ard Hdw. Co.. M Ise, 2 invoice i pam;. Dee. 1" B P-J. ?! ! t , la t.T . 1 1 .", M.o- 9 lie 15,'i .2'' IV2 3.0' I'l 1. 4 . 5 i 4.25 7.2.' (, . " i S.75 :i.r Jesse rilsts Walter er' 100... , conimlssion- 108 , roramiH&lon- 109.. cornmlsHiou- 120 1 lo wley. commissioner's Ord. 170.... and 3.05 5.30 25 . 00 10 00 2.77 4.75 2 . 0'J 2.00 5.00 15.50 21 .tJ 50.00 50.00 50.00 50 . 00 50.00 200.00 300.00 13.80 29. 8 1 1.30 11.00 6.30 5.00 395.77 152.21 304.48 780.31 The Citizen Co., Stibse. notices, etc. ..... The Bulletin Co. Subsc. and publishing Ord. and pro ceedings Woodward IF ware Co, 1 fork and shovel (a Invoices) Dec. 1908 "... ili-o Ice A:- Coat Co.. 1 tons i,c.:l city off iced., Dec, 1908.. Cairo Elec. & Trac. Co., gas, citv offices, 1908 Asheraft Mfg. Co., 1 seteharts Dec. 1908 W. R. Halliday, construction sidewalk "tider Ord. 93 YV It. Halliday. construction sidewalk under Ord. 90.... W. R. Halliday. construction sidewalk timkr Ord. 99.... W. R. Halliday. construction sidewalk under Ord. 98 W. R. Halliday, construction sidewalk under Ord. 100. .. .1193.23 W. R. Halliday. construction sidewalk under Ord. 101.... 190.30 W. R. Halliday. construction sidewalk under Old. 102 875. 53 W. R. Halliday, construction sidewalk under Ord. 103 1357. f W. R. Halliday, construction sidewalk under Old. 25 I U Powell, salary librarian lb c. 19"S K. A. LaiiHilen, salary Asst. Elb a. Doe, 19"S Marie C. Glauber, salary Asst. ' Llb'n. Dec 1908 Paul Simmons, salary janitor, liby. Dec pioS Cairo City Gas Co., gas and electric lights. Lib'y. (2 bills) D.1". 1908 Home Telephone Co, tele prone rental library, Dec. 2!oS IXuucrat Printing Co.. cards and Ktamn. Lib y. D 19nS.. Th" Republic. Stlbsc. t,H'V. feo. 19o8 V. C. McCIui-k ii Co.. tMioks. Ub y. Hoc. ,19'i8 43.95 Alderman Maener i,.oveil the hill ', allowed as read and reconiniende-1 The mutton as adopted by the fol lowing vote: Aye Cannon. Iavi. Gorman, Greaaey, Kelly, Kothlc. Magner. Meeban. Ndli and SculliJ 1'. Nay none. Aldeniian Kmhbr of t'.ie j-ci.'.1 couituiitee appointed lo lnietipa'e rdrture shows and play 1kh'. repor. e,l having examined said places in on. y iih the oilier member ef said cotomtiee an I move. i bat th-r pu'nre bo lie clo"d till they ha tx-eu provided with machine Iniotbs buHl in rmr lance mith the un.b r- ri'er sj- ifieations. Alderman N-lii niowd he nio'io tx- amended by esn-ndins the tin e for ebbing or provbiins thenile itn tootb ai mjairel. to week The ametidnieal a a-lcr'e l. The molten a amended as ti'i adopted. Mitce!iaeet Bii'fa- Hond were ubnii'te,! . fo'ie' 'bester S ii t!;a'l. ritT Hrei' : J.ibn J. O Sb. a. pbinx-r an 1 FH'.lp I Xawtner. hnb-aaie liquor dealer. Alderman NeHin moved lbs N ! he ref rreJ to th Enancf moin:"' The motion a adepte.1. Alderman Nelli rovr. t a.:r. Th motion a let.L Tbe CMHMil ttiea .lhn4. ROET. A. HATCHER. 20. " 00.00 19.25 25.00 ..) 16. CO 3.75 SO I..1 t i -i