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SEi THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1909
THE CAIRO BULLETIN
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IN PROG
At 12 nii.lnlght (street record) ...
General Conditions.
The lay was cloudy alter a rain
measuring .24 of an Inch. The bov
eminent bulletin reported ran from
sixteen 'prints, exten-liiiR llRhtly over
iht- iinuerr Iver valleys. Extremes ol
temperature were 70 at Viekuburg and
20 at Moorhcad.
..- Forecast For Today.
Cairo and vicinity: Showers; Blight
temperature changes.
Illinois: Washington, Jan. 22.
Unt-ettled weather;, rain Saturdaj
and possibly Sunday; continued warm
followed by colder Sunday night.
' ' lT ' Sun and" Moon. ' '
Sun will rise -today 7:11 a. m
Sun will set today, 5:07 p. m.
Moon 'will, set fqnight ... 8:29 p. m.
Note: The above sun and moon
record Is for Illinois, and approxl
mates the record at Cairo within a
few minutes. J , .
fROF. CAPPS GETS BACK PAY
Chicago, Jatt. 22,-Ignorin the rule
a1optel by tbe university that when
a professor resigns one-third of the
my due him, at that time shall be
withheld, the Jury today awarded
Prof. Edward Capps ?S33 which he
claimed as back salary from the uni
versity, of Chicago. Prof. Capps re
signed as teacher of Greek to accept
a position at Princeton university. ,
3 NEWS OF THE RIVERS
The rver marked . 21.0 feet on the
Cairo, gauge last evening showing a
rise of 1.6 feet in 24 hours.
Rising rivers were reorted from
points above here yesterday as fol
lows: Evansvllle 1.7. ML Vernon 2 8
Paducah 1.5. Kansas City .1, St. Louis
.1, Cape Girardeau .9.
The pick Fowler rrom and to Pad
ucah was In port yesterday as usual.
She will be the Paducah packet to-
American came out of Tennes
see w!lNj.five barges railroad ties for
the W. ,H.'''iVK7iite & Son, to be sent
over the Big Foii,al this point.
The Beaver came'iiijjto pojrjjiijlteieri.
day with two barges "rki-" two of
eoal, three of stona aml"two empties
The stone is for the government work
at Osceola.
The Martha Hennnn came out from
Evansvllle with six empties.
The Mariner gathered up twenty
two empties here and cleared for the
upper Ohio yesterday afternoon.
The George Gardner went to Rose
Claire with an 'empty to bring out
stone for the government.
They had excitement in the Padu
cab. harbor Wednesday from a report
that - the U. S. steamer Cumberland
had small-pox on board. This was an
error but the reiwrt was true regard
Ing the Champion No. 10.
Ferry Will Start Today.
The Greenfield ferry. City of Me
Grrgor, will commence making her
regular trips today. Boat leaves Cai
ro 8:30 and 11:30 a. ni., and 2 aud
4:30 p. m.:
The Big Coal Fleet.
The first coal Fliipment In six
months or longer, from the upper Ohio
to the lower river, arrived in this
port yesterday evening. It consisted
of the Pittsburg with 21 boat and
barge, the Finley with; ;;R boaig
and four barges, the Oakland with 47
boat and barge and the Harvester
with 1. The Pittsburg dropped h r
tow bore and returned up the oim.
with S8 empties from h-r The Fin
ley left at S a. m. and the Oakland t
11 for New Orleaun; the Harvester
left for Memphis about U a. m.
Yeaterday' River Forecast.
Te Ohio At Evansvllle and M
Vernon, . will continue riring during
the next 48 hours. At Padumh am
Cairo, the rise wil continue' 3 or 4
lay.
The Tenncwe From Florence to
lelow Johnsonville, mill fall durin?
tbe next 48 hours.
Tbe Wabash At Mt. CatniH. an.;
1h MlFMM-lpld. from Chi-r c
fhove Cairo, no niartal rburigm iini
lng the next 36 to 48 hours.
Ne'e: Cbtrr retorts the Mi?si
a'ri, clear of tee this morning, ar-l
!- eorHtttcn probably prevails at!
th "? down from Catr.
W. E BARRON.
Or-rvff.
SERVICE IS "WATCHWORD"
OF SUCCESS. E ARE STRIVING
TO GIVE THE MOST EFFICIENT.
CP TO DATE SERVICE POSSIBLE
IN THE BANKING BUSINESS.
FIRST BANK A TRUST COMPANY.
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S' O U r. O w'S
r,
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
SUITS AT REDUCED PRICES AS NAMED BELOW
li SACRIFICE of Men's and Young Men's highest grade Suits and Overcoats that has no parallel or precedent in this store's
rt his!ory-and thai means that since 1898 Greater Cairo and vicinity liaveiMfcVfciv experienced such iremennous vaiuc-tjivint as
the Clothing on sale here, at these very low prices. Many suits have been sold here in the past week. Rcter to those who
bouoht in this sale and you can't lind one man who will not compliment us on the big values they received. Not a mere
handful of odds and ends exploited at a cut price to attract attention. BUT OUR ENTIRE NEW WINTER STOCKS(l'lenty Iett tor
those who have not bought) the products ol the best tailors in the country-selected not three months ago-and al their regu
lar prices Ihe peer oi ANY men's apparel shown in this end ol the State.
Minv ol the suits are medium weights, so if your wants are satisfied lor the present, you will make the biggest investment
ol your life by securing some of these garments lor EARLY SPRING WEAR-SAVING AS YOU WILL AS MUCH AS ONE HALF.
Everything includedblacks, blues, grays, browns and many ol novelty mixtures in all wool cheviots, worsteds, velours, Ihibets,
serges, etc., in the SUITS. OVERCOATS in black, blue, oxlord and mixtures in all the stylish and most durable fabrics. Sizes
lo lit every man who answers this advertisement.
OUR GENUINE CLEARING SALES ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT THAN OTHERS.
WE GIVE YOU EXACTLY WHAT WE ADVERTISE. GENTLEMEN DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS GREAT SNAP.
BUYS ANY
Suit, Overcoat, Topcoat or
Raincoat in the House.
Marked $10, $12, $15.
BUYS ANY
Suit, Overcoat, Topcoat or
Raincoat in the House
Marked $16.50, $18., $20.
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BUYS ANY
Suit, Overcoat, Topcoat or
Raincoat in the House
Marked $22.00 and $25.00.
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BUYS ANY
Suit, Topcoat, Overcoat or
Raincoat in the House
Marked $28, $30 and $35.
This Store
Open Every Evening
Until 6 O'clock.
SilOiMOiCS
TO!) COMMLRCIAL AVL.M'K 711
Same Reductions on Furnishing
Goods, Hals, Children's Clothes,
Etc., Etc., as had all this week.
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