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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1909. ooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o WANT ADSi o o o o o o o o o o o o o IN TUB CAIRO lUJLLKiTIft A6U3 READ EVERY MORN' INO IN 2 0 00 FAMILIES. The Want Col'imna n the Bulletin are consulted by huno'ieia i! pvopk every morning In search of real estate bargicina, articles for sale, lout or found, alt TUtkms wanted and vacant. RATES Oww ImwriUm, pr vml . 1 " Three Insertions, yir word Ono Week, - - - , . ., v No advertisement Inrte1 for leas than 25c. HE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rates For Classified Notices. Ono insertion, per word 01 Throo Inst-rllous, per word 02'2 One week, per word 05 Ono month, pur word 15 No advertisement instrtl for lews than twenty 'five cents. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished front room tn new modern cottage, nnltablu for two gentlemen or man ami wife, 821 Twenty-second street. FOlt HUNT Two nicely furnished rooms with ooard, steam heat, elpc ir.e llRhts and bath. Apply 901 Wal nut stleet. ROOM For light housekeeping, per week. 1305 I'oplar street. FOR KKNT - Furnished rooms with or without board. "no Twelfth street. r()lt KENT Good business place at loll Washington avenue Is for rent, store room 2.".S0. Apply to Johu P.oui-gois FOR KENT Furnished rooms suit ntile for light housekeeping. Apply 217 Seventh street . FOR KENT Ground floor and basement of 603 Ohio street. Apply mi premises. FOR KENT Two (separate office rooms at C13 Ohio stret. Apply Hal llday Estate office. FOR KENT--Six room cottage. No. 22:i Third street, corner Washington, rent $1S per mo. M. J. Howley, Heal IMate Agent. FOR KENT Room, Eig.it'i ;t , 1 1. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Prompt and gond work. .Miss Mil in ie Kl'-o, t.l nogi;ipli( r, The llalliday. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED FOR I'. S. ARMY- A'.ile tiinlic.l unmarried men between aires if Is and ".5: riti'.i'iis of United (Sales, of Rood character and temper i'i habits, who c Mi speak, read and uiile Eimliidi. For Information ap ply to Recruiting Officer, 111 Ohio St , Cairo, Illinois. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Ash rtove wood. IV11 p cue I'.KS. For SAI.F.-M25 National fish , .-;siei ii e, I :; months for Si; i. Ap I !v pi I ( 'nieiiiei rial n ctnii. Ant That Protect Tretl. The ant l.m always lie-n .:n objret of Interest to man, ier since the days the i-linard was r. furred to It. Tiny B.i ants are. tl.ry display so many un-ii-ua! and n pmcn'ty intelligent move muits that they might be accused of thinking a c ml !. al. If It wasn't foi the danaer of .umre faking. There Is a treo in Smrh Ann ilea, a beauiiful, tropiial amwih with a Latin name, which Is pmtiit.-d tv a kind of ant which s-cnis to l ive been placed r.s n gartis..n of Vt-. t-y some wis' j.rovl-ion of nature. Some of these ems may lajs ) fi and doing sen try duty arn'u.d tlio lare leaves of the tietx. and they f i to protei t tilt I, n ti"ii th l afciutini ant. an f.ther sp.Tn whiih in disastrous to .i-eta'ieii. At th" approach of theso P-sfiittlug are -, t! ants whic h guard the In'C Dptxar i-i r.c.it nuiubei. and than tip the i n v ;e I ! -. Flock to See Pij'on Feeding. pie...n f'-e.Prg tn Madison S'lnnrf wltl s Kin I'i'tne as f nicai p hi St. Mark in V : i - P tl.inr keep up t lbi ta-'." ' a V Vrker vl ' fi-r 1 a'y si v. nh .trt a lei Mftlxn vi'i' th other rnom Ins wla r. tl f iuit r.r 'hut make th it j.(.air In the psrd.n tower re V-n.i ffil by a man from a u ii:'.Uiia2 sia,ip "A f-w ;in aeo th it -ern't tncirh tiJ-n tier to W rorie'! ii,m- thT arni aruT:! ny!f,v f t,o ai i.ar 1ti a rrKa-..!' ff rf--s cr a "rapr I' kfte c f crur.it . Tb n'Nr ri!rt ira I a a man t ra.--t;ca!!y fir4 i'ti I'.e'T.n mhirfc fre .-t!Tse c'8 '' ti:s v.n,d"?'". tSr tri-n f ti- t-- a?Il t"tn ler.1 1M l'? fe!rs ! rutins t-j i! nf t"- fr-e tiictita cf tL city.--N. Y. ! n tfea'a lor Te'epone Clfta. Pars a- lav d:-tr-eJ ! ii- ti-i hr,p n frb cf tte ti? o o o o o o o 0 CI o o o o o o o .01 .02 .13 per word . . . r - rlOOMS AND BOARD. WANTIOI)--Fifteen , boarders at CoyY, lii'iardliiK house, 2700 Coinmi r cial avenue. FOR SALE OR LEASE. FOR SALK, LEASH. OR KENT Two story byek building with base nn-nl, 'io.'i Ohio street. Thus. W. Gan non. SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMAN WANT HI). Experi enee unnecessary. $l(iu niojithly and expenses. Tiirena Company, Cliieago. Illiimis. WANTED -A house to hous-e s: K suiaii. well aciiualnteil - in pity. S;i!;:r $2.00 a day. mTscella N E 0 U 8. PHtE, fresh milk, 14 full quarts for f i. .Madden s Grocery, 332 Fourth street. Home Phone 704. Marsh Milk Sweet cream. Depot. Sweet milk. Home Phone 477-L. WANTED Rooms to paper; $2.30 i complete. Home Phono 580-1- Prof. Jacob Pottgen, of New York, has the pleasure to announce that be lias Just located ill Cairo as violinist if Vanosten's Orchestra, and will re ceive pupils at bis studio, 3208 Syca- n re street. Special attention given to beniiuiers and children. Terms rer.soliablo. VANOSTEN'S ORCHESTRA. Available for dances, receptions, private parties, etc. Office KM Eighth street. Resilience 3208 Sycamore. I Ionic Phone 71 1. SITUATIONS WANTED Advertisements of not exceeding three lines will be accepted free for one week's time from any reader of The P.ulletln to be filed by advertiser In person, on regular form, at the of (ico of The Pullet in Company, 70,1 Ohio street. The Jiulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any ad veilisemeit or statement made then in and will not accept under this heading the notice of any perso-i known to be employed. WANTED - Position in private fam ily by white girl. References furnished Addicss M. E., Ilclletin office. WANTED Position as nurse lu confinement rases. Apply 1110 Cedai street. Ae'iw elderly man wanls employ mi nt of any kind. Kapd penman: gooil solicitor. Address "N. U. ('.' care Cairo Pullet in. is largely controlled ny mr "" system of the tolc phone girls. The majority of these plils live alone and tu glect their proper meals, and in eon gecjuc nee subscribers suffer from the telephone gills" ti'-rvea timr? than Is iiecc'ssary. The tcdephoiir officials, to renieity this rendition of affairs, have ormtnlzcd centeens to provide tlnlr gills ;ih luncheon and dinner at 12 cents and U rents a meal, consisting of roast beef and mutton, and plenty of inreiis. The authorities hav drawn the lino at carame ls, which. ays the official circular, "tend to dis oiKanle the service." Subst fibers complaints. It Is ftjit. d. have dlmin Ished 30 per cent, since the li nova (ion. of the f-ulptit h ;!ed bcfoie a r'olic" maii-trate in N"'.' Voik one Mondjy nioiniiiK ttnTP was on.- an Iiishnidii who had caus.-d r.o n-1 d trouble to the pidic.-e the Saturday nig:,t preced Ing. The ti.agistiate reaard-") t1i prison r l h mnicle.l uiiisi' at.d lndii;na ti mi. "So jin'rc the man that f:ave J," office! m touch trou'ilfT" b holier ask-d "I und rstaiid th'it It tij-.k rn iir -'ii-n to lock you up ' "Vis. jour b ri t." r s.ori.i-i1 th (!'. wi'h a b:oad M.n; " bi! It would take i:'y wan to It ni out." Uar J e.-'a Wit kly. Unlike S3re. "P ( a-' f il what jc fly. ri'i tlr--l tic I'i'itikvi l Id'ri'js. "V-. r'" ' IItiit:1- -. 'fa yiiii ain't i."-ml ri:; ft. i-li 'o clai-Ti -tat yoi wjf n.i'-.T'r l " T k VAN CSTENS ORCHESTRA. ..ta!:al. for !!.'-. r-e yt'.nv ihate .arti . -'c fiffir" 1'' ;;cVJi S'. P..'i 'e;,f. r.ji ' Sj'amort- 1 1 .t- J"ijt.iie 741. z Stocks Bonds Cereals d j CLOSE IRREGULAR Prices of Stocks Lifted in Several Quarters and Languid in Other Issues. New York, Jan. 27. Prices of stocks were lifted in various quar ters of tint list today without much difficulty, Dealings were not active at aii'y time, hut the clemand was tin- settled by various reports of rallroan deals ami supply offering for sale was so inconsiderable that lighl buving sufficed to matte air impres sion on prices. The state of the money maiket has relieved holders of slocks from any pressure for se curing financial resources and, in fa:t, a holder of stocks who sells out it confronted wltn dilfioulty nr Unit- iu.4 other employment, for his funds. All signs confirm the plethoric cc n dition of the money market and in (crest rates are declining. Trrst company deposits have risen well over a bioilln dollars and thv" diffi culty of placing their resources has given rise to the discussion of a re duction of the rate of interest, paid on .leposlts from 3 per cent now of fered, The call upon the Unit "d Stales treasury for current redemp tion of bank notes is so great and the drain upon gold holdings so se vere as to give the department offi cials much concern. This rosh of notes to current redemption is not a symptom of distrust of bank notes, but only of lack of demand for them ir.i circulation. Yesterday's sale cf Chesapeake and Ohio to the lliiwley interests gave fresh vitality to the stories of ileal rumors and the election of K. ff. Ilnrinian to the Xe'w York Cen tral directorate met- an expectation lorn,' held in the financial district. The was i irk ; inllueiice of these two incidents traceab lethrongh most of the movements which occurred di-ring the day. The Gould group was conspicuous and New York Cui nal also made response. The mar ket was sluggish and languid outside the currents of these spaclal influ ences. There was another reduction in (imitations tor copper at the New Vo?k Metal exchange and the United States Steed iiiarterly ri'port was not liked for the successive decline s in the monthly earaiius for tht' epia'-- e i K"aliing usual in a narrow Hi t :'es.-, h.iial miii'ki t modified the Pr ctrcm. charges ami made the ii .' iiu. irregular. PROVISIONS. PUTTER Fancy steadier, other 4i';.! eh s slow and unchanged. Gil EKSE Firm and unchangi d. f OhTFK Onl-ions closed st'a.lv at net advance oWlO points. Sale's .7,, Vie hags. March ;fM.i;; spot steady; No. 7 FHo 7V.; mild steady; "erdova !M4 !i 12'i. SUGAR- Raw easy: fair refining ;13; centrifugal !H1 test 207: inoias- -;e. sugar 2H2; r fined steady. NEW YORK MONEY. Ne.v York, .Ian. 27. Money cn al! easy pUi li or cent; closing ,i.i t. Time loans easy; sixty davs IIiZ'h per cent; ninety days 21'i r en I: si xmnnths 3 per cent. Mer cantile paper 31i!ff4 per cimt. Ex haliite steady, demand IS7.33; sixty bus ;s l.'.m fi IS3. Par silver 51". NEW YORK New STOCKS. York, Jan. Today Yost Close . 7S's .132'i ..10.0'.4 .112V4 . 7U', .177'i .130'.', .. tl'.. . 12 . S 1 , .113 '4 .1 13 . 15 . 431, .122 71 '4 . 43 '-j .130 .11' 32' .133i; .1". ..13.-,2 . 25 . f.3 ..121 25" .17f - - -. . . ' .11 I'i . 1! . 5' 1 . Cs 'I'uay Close 7S 132', I'M', 1lll ".j 112 7n", 177'.. 13d 11 3 v' Sn 1 13 115 15'i 43'2 122 7i 4.;- 12! lld'i 133 1 '5 137 244 ,1 12.' o - - 17s 31 111 19 50 o:-'i Alii.-.l. Ccflipef .. m. Sugar Kfg. tc bison Do. Pfd H. mid O it. R. T and N. W. . . . '". M .and St. P. rdo F. and I. . D and K. (' Do. Pfd :;. N..r. Pfi. ... lilieoois Central . 'nier. Met P... Pfd I . and N Mo. Pac M K. ami T. ... V Y C Nir. Pa.-. Pac. Mai! Peun : rc de'ti. Gas . . . Kcn.lin-: Keck Island .... Do. Pfd sou. Par Son. liv t'nion Pa- i'. S. Steel IV. PI. I Wabash Dv I'll YA st'-tn Unin . GOVERNMENT BONDS. "1 OIL ;f.'f. r. g n . . .1"; . iOJ'-i .! .Pe .11U .12"'. pi'i; i,... 11'2 12 ' t ''"; f n 3 . . . V. 4 s i f e Yi w Us i-o!ip n Om Objection. "I wouldn't rtjk to man dat kf-c?; taikin' all de time." aaid rncl-Eb-n. "if he didn' Ini" en th'owin In a queftjoti every ten min,i',s or so ciat you ti t to n?er to fhow toj s i -! in' awake " Wisd-m It Cheerful. Tic iiiOit n;r.:'";! rlsn of wisd-nra GRAIN WAS STRONG Wheat Had a Slight Slump at Mid day But Strength of Corn Up held All Grains. Chicago, .Tan. 27. WHEAT. Re newed talk of possible war In the Pal- kans seemed to have considerable in liuence and was partly responsible for 1 1 1 o active covering by the leading shorts and resulted in a .strong tone the greater part of the day. The mar ket, however, was bullisly affected liv the failure of European grain markets to reflect the weakness here yeste--c'ay and by the activity and strength 'n the; corn market. There was a slump of prices at midday following the break at Minneapolis, but the market soon rallied again, and con tinued strong the balance of the ses sion. The close was to 1 higher. No. 2 red lOT'-Kcii IUS4: No. red ur. ff107; No. 2 hard 1 ul Vrif lot; ; No. ; hard 102 if 105. May opened 10(;:;-K':' 1iM;v2; highest 1 (17 'i Ti ' 107 ; low.-s' H'0',s(ei. ioti'4 ; closing 107 U- July !i7-"s. CORN. Additional purchases of marly l,500,0ii0 bushels of corn by a local housewhich supported the mai-1-ei yesterday caused a decidedly strong tone the entire session. Tiler was also an active general demand, and tile volume of trade was larger than that of any day for some time. The i:.nia!liKjss of receipts and t.ie awakening of the export demand were mainly responsible' for t he otrengtli. Omaha reported the lirst sale of the season of corn for export, the rons'gn ment consisting of 2uii.-,ii n bushes to fo via the. gulf. Cash com was up s fir . The close was sii-.nm. No. 2, 6UO t'.i.-!4 ; No. 2 witiie ti.; ; No. c yllow mi',; No. 3 .V.i'H ri Co; No. :; white C2Vifi62 ; No. 3 yellow fie. May opened t;2i'e;M:2; highest (iP lowest C2'i ; closing 63. July C3. OATS Firm in svniapthy with wheat and corn but, trade was not' large. The reappe arance of demand for cash oats by New England houses al so had a strengthening intlueuce. Tho close was firm. . No. 3 white Y.i1irAL; standard 51 1.31V&. May opened 51 "i fit 52; high ist 52 '4; lowest. 51 " fir. 32; closiug 52 iHfi(52U- July PPV RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Chicago, Jan. 27. The following car loads represents the day's move ments: I'icnir 17 37 Wheat r, 21 Corn 312 3fil 0;ts 317 25! MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis, Jan. 27. WHEAT May 1071-.; July P'S. CASH No. 1 northern pi!"fii lull '4 ; No. 2 northern HMofj 10)',4. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Jan. 27. CATTLE R' (ceipts 17. "do. Generally 10 to 20 higher. Steers li;ofi7"; cows and he ifers 3ii(Ki 575; bills 3 (Ofi 3!tn Ualves 35'fiiS'ii; stockers and feeder-; 25'tfi 54'. HOGS Receipts 37.'iO. Five to 10 lower: choice heavy shipping fllO'i t'Mt; iiaekiii',' '.""1635: pigs 475fi.5ii:) SIIEI0P-- Rec e ipts I.5.O1IH. Steady: sin e i )25Ti5T5; lambs 525fii 775; .Mailings 5'"ifi(;s5. ST. LOUIS CATTLE. St. Louis. Jan. 27.-CATTLE Re eelpls 1 :,,' 1. Ste ady. Pe-ef steer 35't fi7i;u; stocker and feed.'rs 3".5fij 3l: 'cmws and heifers 35ofiir,25; Texas te e i s '.'xi'il 625. HOGS Receipts 12,0't". Five to p! lower; range.) 125fiii;3n. NEW YORK GRAIN. New York. Jan. 27. WHEAT-IP -ceipts i;2O'0; exports IH.'MiO. Spot f.-m; No. 2 n-,1 pis', fi; 1o!( cl'-vatee 'end IP", f ci.b. iiMoat. Options close, I to m-t rise. May 1P'. ("ORN Receipts 1 '!,'"; export? 2'1 1'"0. Spot firm; No. 2 7" Jcvatoi i.iol r,7 fob. afloat; No. 2 whit nominal and No. 2 yellow- 67 fob afloat. Oo'ions closed to net 1 ii-her. May ".'. OATS - Ri ipts 33.'o": export 1.i". Spot fitea.iv : mixed 3ITi37,; c!l.I.ed while :,,i ,r,t r,2. Wty to Make the Most of Life. A wtdl-recnlafcrl mind, a dignified lodepende nee of the wiiilu. and a wKe preparation to posse ,110 a snul In pat;'ticp ha'evr -lr-tiitafien Diay exist. Is in th jifr if .very man. and Is creator w.-ai'h than that of 'he Incli . and smM't honor than t"aear ver a'ipiire.l Tirno'hy Mi;ht. Worth cf Advert ty. II" that t:as iicor kiKimn ndversl'y ig but half -piir.t-4 w i'h IJii,--'f or with r.'h'-r Coris'unt nic r-er shows lis b it on" s ' of life Iherp i a r.-ierit wT.lch wn nay win by our n..-ta-: Th"r'-M A Young Artitt. Two efT,fK:"n m"ir!e one daT ori j the fr -pt stood Lily 'aikinc whn on said to tr.e oth'r: "Sar. Kl. I i'ti ro'j couM Fe that Ut tj- fveyaro!i edrl of irdnc? i-aw. Ssr, .: drew a heti tl.'j rj.orr.!i.a r,1 it wa sj nat-ir-al that when h? !'f.r w it in ih w! ba-,kf t, it laid th-re." Su'Z'-. CURRENT VERSE, The Sentinel Scot. I chuirna elriiup my w.iiiiy ecu, Theiuiih Ia ik tn. i nieiil ami mIhw, Gin I wait 1 It wiii'l, ih. SnitiUli Qjo.o Hltii8 wbi-I In Funtiiliit'lileiiu. Vha wuilnti Kuurd a hissle wee, Owcr final cr jdet y ami ilunie, Bniiu' fi-ii.i ln-r uilthi-r ower the Tn wimI tin' lli-ir o" France?. Aboot her ilniu s my watch I kiiep l're ninny fee Hronli', As Mann Me-u fi-itii lu roeUy Bt"i-p (Jiutrdn K1II11I1111-11' tiiciii. It wtitidii-s nwer the C"aniinKiite', Anel on it Iiu- IHkIi slrect there, Ami keeps the tnon till, Sunn nr lm. 'J'lie e.iiR.i'n ciuncM hanie iiincc inalr. Rest, lasslp. safe frac tuony pints, A Si ill .-'Minn KUHrds e he .Shall Mary Hlunrt, CJiieen n Scuta, rtlwp weel In Konlainlileau. liuhert illlliert Welsh. In Applet. Beside the Gate of Drearnj, r An Idle i,'eiilh one Mummer OayT" Went VMiiiilering afield , Nor easl or west cm any iiiest That eve or tlmtisiht revealed. But em and nil llinin;;h hliinni and slnnee, And down by shudv s! reams. Through lane and wnod, unlll he Hteod JlesUle the Uate of 1 ii'i iims. What saw lie there? Nay, rather ask What s;iw he not and heard, Hath mind perceived '.' Until he-art re- I l ived? ITeith snul lieen dee-ply .stirred By radiant things, by whisperings I'ri.ni hi tler lauds)? It seeini All these, he sew anil heard ill awe Ileside the Uate of I ireaiiis. What brnuuht lilm tiaelc that Hiinimer day i-'rnni WHiielering alh Id? N'aiiKht he can show nr leil. I know, elf things mi earth revealed, lint nnire than K"ld. a luillkiti fold And nil the world esteems He holds the day he strayed away HhsIiIo the H oe ij I '.i caj;;s. . NOTICE. Dog taxes were due3 Jan. 1 and all persons owning dogs are retpiested M -all at my office, 1111 Commercial .1 venue and pay up. The tax on all logs is $2.1)0. JOHN SHEEHAN, Street Supervisor. CHANCERY NOTICE. State of Illinois, Alexander County, ss. In the Alexander County Circuit Court, February term, A. D. 1D09. In Chancery Sitting. Miles G. Axley, Complainant vs. Savanah Axley, Defendant. Bill in Chancery for Divorce. The above named defendant Is hereby notified that said complain ant has this day filed In said Court a certain bill in Chancery for Divorce against 'her and that Summons has Issued thereon returnable on the first lay of the next term of Bald Court, to be holden at the court house In Cairo, Illinois, on the 8th day of February next Cairo, Illinois, Jan. 8th. A. D. 1909. ALFRED UROWN, Clerk. .VI. J. O'SHEA. Complainant's Solicitor. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. MARDI GRAS At New Orleans, Feb. 23. 1!'0!. Brilliant spectacular features. Mar di Cras Carnival Automobile Races, Ask for profusely Illustrat ed folder describing the Mardl Cras, FLORIDA, The "Central Reiute' to Florida via Birmingham, Through sleeping car daily from Chicago to Jackson ville, Fla. Buff.d Library car ser vice and dining curs serving all meals. Ask for special Florida folder. HAVANA, CUBA, Via New Orleans or via Floiidi. Steamship service from Yew Or leans to Havana about every ten days. Daily except Sunday steam ship service from Knight K-y. Four sailings per week from Poit Tampa Send for illustrrt 'd to1!' r c n Cuba. CLD MEXICO, lie-i-.e lied direc t by rail routes through New Orbans; thus nfford iim an opportunity to visit that in. hp e city without additional ex pense' in the matter of car fare. Send for illustrated redder entitled "Mexico via New Orleans." Tour of all Mexico, via Illinois Cen tra! R. H. un b r escort Read Campbell. C'tK-ra! ManaK'-r the Amirican Tourist Association. Mar c.iiitt.' Pull. line. Adams and pear born Streets. Chicago, leaveg Chi auo January 20. S b ft clientele. Limited. All exclusive prl Ib-K-B. iv dependent travel. Special Pull man vestibule train, drawing rooms. Compartment". Library and Music com. with the lareest dinlne far ir, the world, and t . famous open top observation car. Clililitll. Spee i.,1 bantam- ear. Tickets include all , X n.oH f-wrj 1 re. Pf FJAMA, Via th" Illinois Ce ntral to New Or ! p'is and from then ty weekly Kt-amshln direit to Colon, conm-rt-h e with railroad for City of Pan an: Kb-cai.t new ? .-unship in He Lervi'-f. Send for feeder fntitkd I';,rian a and C. ntral America via Nf-w Oilcan." VICKSBURG. MISS, Contains Vi. k-bi rg National Mili .iv Park. ' nromerrr.Ta'irz the m c. and ikl'ii'i' of the i y . An int.-n'it e pn e to vi-;t n rout ,. N- w Or l n". Son 1 f .r ban I ,. :v i::-i-t'" i N-.k -rt;t;-.i V. k-'.-'-e for t.e Touii-t " HOT SPRINGS. ARK.. Tve cn'y 5:-e rnrr.ine :a.'y le-p ire car tn-nsh w. rivet ri ante-'. Chi 'i ti !! .t j5; r"ii. P r. Car irvie pen 1 for I l'istra'el , ' :r ! ff r; .e Ho Ir.pw. Aboe Lit.r.ture free fee the atkifig K-tf'5 train time". tick and all ran :i-i'a; of IllPioif On'rat ieetit in-' trcfe f witinectiie Uik-. A H 1I ANSOV. I' T.M.. CT 'cseo. PI S G HATCH. G. P. A, Cticao, 111. SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN. X.i Illv.li-it 1y lliinioa Hair Wfa.r DuudriifT I. I :ruii'Hli-il, Fitalskln Is admired the world over for Its scftrues ami cloiislneas; and yet th human hair Is equally an ho ft and stnsiy when healthy; nnd the radical eai:iie of all hair triiuble) Is dandruff, which Is caused by a pestlfe roun puraalto that aap th vitality of tho hair at Its root. Newbro'i Herplcidej U tho only preparation that Is fatal to tho djndrutT Kcrm. Without dan dr nlT there Ih no falling hair, but a lux uriant frrowth of glossy, gnft hair In cer tain. SoourinR tho scalp won't cure dan druff. Kill the dandruff germ, "fhoue and.' of women -e their beautiful u!u nf hulr to -Vewbro's Herplclde. Sold by leadlni drviuwlsts. Send 10c. In at.impf to The HerpUldu Co., Detroit, Mich. Two 3lzea 50 cents and Jt.OO. Paul G. Schuh & Sons, Special Agents Hittory of ShrfJ." Ships of noli' have their biographies, In many cases as interesting as those of im u. Romance, adventure and pathos abound. Jay Gould's yacht At alanta. for which he paid 1140,000, has just been solel for $1,750. As the gun boat 1'resldonte of Santo Domingo it had been plundered and abandoned In a southern harbor. Washington Times. Thinks Churches Should B Taxed. Key. A. A. Nellis, pastor of the Sec ond Baptist church. Auburn, In a re cent sermon on the obligation of the church to the community, ald that one obligation that should not bo shirked was to pay taxes. There Is no good reason for church exemption, he be lieves, and the church should not be tax dodger. Hurt by Will's Conditions. To Bertha Sehultz, a young dress maker in Hamburg, Germany, $10,000 was bequeathed on condition that alio never married a man engaged In a,i Intellectual occupation. She is al ready engaged to an accountant, and she and her fiance aro now endeavor ing to persuade the law that the work la purely mechanical. r; Apple Pie Too Good. The superintendent of the dining car service on oner of our great rail road systems is protesting hotly against tho quality of apple pie served by the baker who supplies tills luxury. "It is too blamed good," he? ex claimed. "We don't want It so good! it is pie, pie, pie, apple pie, all the lime at every call for dinner, and with each slice cf apple pie every passen ger demands half a, pint of cream! If the pie wasn't so ge od our cream bill would he about one-tenth of what It is. It's ton cents' worth of pie and a epiar ter's worth of cream'" Tli loit (Ufmklaf brisk la th Horlf '' It BOTTLES At .11 fOd Ilri, Uror.rUi .. gu.d ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Wir.er Tourists Tickets. Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and return $1S.1I Cairo to Duraut, Miss., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re turn ll.M Cairo to McComb, MUs., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn to. II Cairo to New Orleans, La., and return 11. El Also to Tourist points In Florida, Mi.tittippi, Louiiiana, Texas and Nw Mexico. Tickets sold dally un til April .'loth, good returulng until May 31st, P.09. J. II. JONES. Ticket Agent, Cairo, 111 A. H. HANSON. Passenger Traffic Manager. S. O. HATCH. General Passenger Agnt ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to January 1, 1909. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE Train Leave Cairo! 1:05 a m. Pally Cbleajro Vestlhul LIm'ted. arriving Chicago 11:31 a. m. 2:?3 a. rrv Pally St Louis Nlgnt Lin Red, arriving St. Louis 7:01 a. m. Plceplig car open at 1:10 p. m. 5:00 . rm Cbirago Daily BtpreM eietp Sunday. 5:00 a. SL Louie Mora'g ai- oress excpt Sunday. It: IS a. m 8L Lrls Taat Mill 11:15 a. Chicago M'.d d Spuria! 2:35 p. n. Daily SL Loul Limited, 2:35 a m After&ooi Btpreee tor Odin. Effingham. Mattooa. CaampalrD 6:10 p rm, Tbetiee A'xommodttion. 7:15 a. m, Ctlcago aad Eaaten Br pree. 2:30 a. m, Memptls aaj NajhrlPa 1:30 a. m Mempbls and New Or leai Limited. :00 a. m, Paduraa aad Loolavili. 1:41 m. Pally Mtnipkla tag New Oraos. 1:41 p. m. Dally XmIvTO, Cnatta aooca and Atlanta. 4:39 p, raltoa Aeenrn-dat1o 6:50 b. n, PadnraB aai Lm'trlTl t:0C p. n, Memphis aai Nw Or le-ae Sp'at for tbrooeh tickets, leptg ear accorrrnodatloes and fnrtaer rrfonna don a?t 'y at rlno'e Ceatral Paases- gr EUtloB. Cair o IX J. H. JONES, Ticket Att t A. MATCH. & P. A. A. H. NA1SCN. Paaa. TrefTe e. SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE 1S00-I WASHINGTON AVENUE ' Ctalarv In Everything that la 4 U Eat, Usa anel Wear. Exclusive AitM fer BLANKE't Celebrated Cefree. M Alexander County National Bank Cemmerelal Avenwe Sn4 ElfMft CAIRO, ILLINOI Capital OFFICERS E. A. Bader ............... freal1Rl Chat. Feuchter v......Vlce-Freiaenl J. H. Galilean .Cahle Frank Spencer .....Assistant CaanleS Aeeeenfe ef eerperatloni anal IndlvTsV ual especially solicit. Excnang) furnlaheel te any pari ef the werla. Alexander County Savings Bank CAIRO, ILL1NOIE ' ' TRICTLY A SAVINSS BANK Capital .tWMXtt Surplna ...-. 1 OFFICERS E. A. Buer Presldonl C. O. Fatler Vlee-Prldnl J. H. Galllaan.v Caahle Frank Speneer v....Aaslstant Cashlef IRECTORfl E. A. Brter J. H. Canrgaa Thee. Beytf C a Fill Wm. Klme C. V. Nefl Chas. FeweHfer ff. m. Thletleweeel D. S. Laniden Beerie PareeM Inlaraal fiM en Tlnw Bpwerla, Cairo City Transfer Line aeteaeor to Stolti ft Walton mm 4. H. KIERCE, Prep. All klnJe ef Hauling Done Promptly-. Beth Phones Its lltf Washlnften Ave, Cairo, imnpra. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL ROUTE TO FLORIDA VIA BIRMINGHAM Columbus, Albany and Wayeroat, la con nection with the Central of Georgia Ky. and the Atlantic Count Una. On and after Oct ober 18th from I'hlo.KO, a THROUGH BLEEPINQOAR will be run from Chicago lo Jacksonville via th above route, leaving Chlcag dally at 7 p. m on the deeping ear section (coach wrtlon conaotldated with sleeping car section tt Carbondala, leaving Chicago at 60 p. ra ) of the Limited trstn fur the Houth, arriving at Illrmlngbam 3:15 p. in. next day and a Jackaunvlll at 7:00 th second morning. Huffet-l.tbrary Car out of Chicago and DiningCars Servingall Meals EnRocte IHrect connection, at Jacksonville for all point n Florida and for Steamships fur Cuba an Nsa.au. Tickets recurvation. Information, train time and rate may b had of your local agent 8. O. HATCH. U. P. A.. Chicago, 111. A. H. I! A N HON. P. T. M.. Chicago. IIL MOBILE & JHI0 R. R Corrected to January 1, 1909. Time ef Tralne at CAIRO ' euthbewne No. 2 Express, Daily, lv ....1.50 p.m No. 4 Express, Daily, lv 2:17 a.m NerthbeanS No. 1 Express, Daily. I 1:50 p.m No. 3 Express, Daily, lv....1:32 a.m E. H ION IS. Tlefce Aewst River Transporlalion Lcc LineSteamers ror Memphis and Way Landings SADIE LEE Ltam Every Thursday, S. p. m. PETERS IEE Leaves Monday, Feb. 1, a. m. For Fadocah7Evansvme, Lonis- ille. ODcionati and lalcnaedlale landings. PETTRS LEE Leaves Satnrday.jreb. $. a. n. For Freight aad Pae epp'y at Hsll'day A Phillip Wharfboat. Ca:re ROBERT E. LEE, C BOURNE. General Manager G.F.AP.A Cereral Office, 4 Sowth Free Stret, Mevnphia. Tea.