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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1909.
OOOOOOOOOGOOGOGOOOOOGO0 O O O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o WANT ADSl m THE CAIRO RULtWTq ARES READ EVERY MORN ING IN 2 0 00 FAMILIES. The Want Columns of the Bulletin tre consulted by hundreds of jj. ople every morning lu aearch of real estate bargains, articles for sale, IohI or found, sit uations wanted Aad vacant. RATES. On Insertloni per word Three Iusertiuas jeer wxtrtl One Week, per word .... One Month, pes word .... No advertisement Inserted for less than 23c. Q THE PEOPLE'S COLTO Rates For Classified Notices. Ono Insertion, pur word 01 Three Insert iona, per word 02Vi Ono week, per word 05 One month, per wonl 15 No advertisement inserted tor less than twenty live cents. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished front room In new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or mati and wife, 821 Twenty-second street. KOIt KENT Two nicely furnlabed moms with Doard, steam heat, elec tric lights and hath. Apply 9J1 Wal nut street. ltOOM-Kor light housekeeping, 1505 I'oplar street. V- pi r week. Hli KENT Good business pkicfl at Fill Washington avenue la for rent. Htore room 25xS0. Apply to, John lioiirgois FOR RENT -Furnished rooms Euit Rhle for light housekeeping. Apply C17 Seventh idreet . Furnished rooms for rent at SuD'-j Coiuini rcial. FOR KENT fleet. Room. 233 Eighth I'Olt KENT -Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply at 332 Foil it h street. FOR KENT Fix room cottage on TsM iity second street modern lot' pn veinents. Apply 2203 Washington av elilie. FOR KENT- Fiv. -room cottage at 2ii'Mi Holbrouk avenue, Impiiie 2(hni lii.lliidok avenue. FOR RENT-Ono room .Modern ci incidences. 1 1 t Poplar stric t. FOR KENT-The best hotel in .Mounds. III.. 20 rooms. Apply to W. II. P. re Is fold, -Mounds. 111. HELP WANTED. VANTEI--Aii efficient, experioii c'.l and 1 nisi wort by bookkeeper; em ployment steady, correspondence run felelllial. Address ltookkeep.r, care full. -till. QUAKER MUSINGS. Mogf of our mUtakeii are s"lf ma le. Prli.gs a man to the scratch the lgmaker. Lots of feilnws have gone broke through a broker. Many n iiiaii'm e.-s bavf been closed by too ti.any tyeojH in is. . The troub'e wiiii 'be ib ad beat Ilmt he Is ceiieinl'y eiy m ieli ullve Lo's of tblncs ale 1eo goiul to lift, but the di'M.Hi.:ker isn't i.lm of theia It Is bard to invent some et.-i.H' without Infi lii' ii g tli smne oihe,- f 1 low's j a', at. To lie tiho.'Ved iiv tbe naked t.-u'li Is-i t alv.Hjs aa Imi.i .n ion f ,eiM.v I...b .-'. IV.'.,,.. li.,r I, .-I lav of th. e ir. 1 the ihiei, ! 01. it ki, ...s a lji.1.1 l.tti.l. th -We should t.' rf.T.r;-l , a t; h v rive up -N.i THIS BACKACHE RECIPE WILL ALSO CURE KIDNEY TROUBLE T make up noiich of C e "I .ti ! boo in atment." M-h 1 (l.'i'i to b re;ii-iiig ri ar1y cv'rv suff r r v. I n im-s it br I..11 k i. ;i -. ki In- 1 1 u; Ui':t. sore -ak b'. i ! I-r a'i-1 lb. iiit.atiin: f-t fiiim niiv ti.i p- ' :it ' on pt -a-nni V r-1- La " f I' Hi 1 f:trait li'ii ! Ii"ti. on. C, i,iin I Kani'in aiel ihr- iwnw t ii-t p. .tin I of f5raii:irn a I ,V !1 in a rind take in fIoin! discs afti r each m-a' r-l aaain at 1o.!tir.e. Tl,.,.e who have tril it that it at? g.fitly but t,iorouvryj on tire kilnr-ys. f-!:firie bat Vat be j tiid blaUder trti.b;.- an I n-inary ' .UU"tM h-fiw tom r-a'::,T It O o o o o o o o o G G .01 .02 .03 A3 FOR SALE. l-'OIl SALE-$125 'National Cash' register used I! months for $(i0. Ap ply Hii - Coniiiiorcial avenue. FOR SALE OR LEASE. FOR SALE, LEA SB. OU RENT Two story brick building with base ment, 903 Ohio street. Thos. W Gan non. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Prompt and good work. Miss Min nie Klce, stenographer, The Halllday. ' MISCELLANEOUS. Marsh Milk Depot. Sweet milk. Sweet cream. Home Phone 477-L. WANT 101) up complete. Kooms to paper; $2.50 Hume Phone 580 L. Prof. Jacob Pottgen, of New York, has the pleasure to announce that he has just located in Cairo as violinist of Vanosten's Orchestra, and will re ceive pupils. nt. his studio. 3208 Syca more street. Special attention given to beginners and children. Terms reasonable. VANOSTEN'SORCHESTRA. Available for dances, receptions, private parties, etc. OlTice 101 Eighth s'lvot. Residence ,t?u8 Sycamore. Hume Phone 711. SITUATIONS WANYFdD 1 Advertisements of not exceeding I three Hues will be accepted free for one week's time from any reader of J Tlio Iiulletin to be filed by advertiser in person, oil regular form, at the of lice of The Iiulletin Company, 703 Ohio street. The Bulletin Company 'assumes no responsibility for any ad- vertiseineit or statement made lucre, in and will not accept under this heading the noiice of any perso'i known to be employed. I W NTED-Position as nurse In j confinement casee. Apply 1110 Cedar , street. WANTED Position as clerk young lady. Addnss clerk, this lice. by POSITION WAYTEtU-To do gen- ! oral housework . oy experienced young white woman. Address 'M II., care llillletiir. 1 ue Mainei) nian tias a ligiittns chance," Kiilckered the Simide Mug. Tommy "Pop, everything move j faster on a down grade, doesn't It?" Tommy's Pop "Yea, my son. espe fially a fast young man." Philadel phia Record. Italian Meat Balls. Otic p''nd of barnburner steak, o lin eup bread crumbs, one half cup grated ehm'se, two euus beaten until light, one tablespoon tboppi.l paisley, salt and pepper: mix in balls M.e of an i-gg, then drop In soup stock, and boil ten ii.Iiiiitcs, and then add two beaten cgss, one M'oou giatfT 1 hoi so, and ! In lastly for thickening; serve. CreamO Br.'isJ Hsr.-. The liext time you bav . f biled bani try t utting some of It In ibi ni.all bitx and cuaniinc like lr'. b.-.f. This Is a dish our Enclish ecu kins are fond of and with baki d potap loe make an excellent luucbt-oa. Th" Wei! Indi: n tia'he ad' iron a kii; x r of t ak'-d M.akf ar.il puim s;ll: filed In their on fa', but the v iy th'"is-l.t of bl 'c4 ra libit t.wlu h.ni bhuddtT. 1 Vtidn to n .- b n r a t w .!it t i- pain .;! i 4 i iih ea. li lids fiin.t.- ri-i "! I rT'i- n and I' i:h. 1 v f 1 it ( 1,1 1) - Ki I !i -v.-i mtrm and f-w.-'ii'g, i-i fail tii t f 1 l.n.lra- r.i ; a f.!, t :it .ie(tly if,n fi'ti r and stisin from t' ?1 p i T ;. 1 . ai-d svt--ni t.i' pfii?--ort?. S':! r:i ruati. r. h!. b &'- rot '.:y t: 1 n.ati-ni. 1 nt r'irm-n.;i jeii - i r sm s. Ev. -ry inn or o-a . a. fc. ho ir- tmt tl. :r kiinis j are not r..-a!t',v and 1 1 or !i 4. -a It by and f;i m any : tiv-. is-y t;t uh , mrnt-'f-r -bmbl M-t re;. k up tbi r.iist'ii la'i to to t v J" fr-m Tf' lt-fitate t-j a it is " r-j an 1 n.'.y rr.;- ry TI z Stocks Bonds Cereals - 10 NARROW RflNGEfSTEAOy IT CLOSE Prices the of Stocks Are Restricted Professional Limitations of Current Market. by New York, Feb. 4. The profos - fdnnitl limitations of the- current stock market restricted the swing ol prices to comparatively a narrow range. The difficulty of carrying ah advance further was Tieeoniing niaiil- fes-t before operations were roiielu.l-! ed yesterday and the reaction na-' tural under the circumstances fol lowed today. Those trivial fluctua tions do not represent any signifi cant change of opinions on values from day to day. l. ,,,,..,(.. ,,i , dislodge any consmerable amount, of liquidation and bears find them - selves obliged to buy in stocks to cover. The bidding up of prices, on the other hand, attracts no notable following. The condition underlying the market is clearly one of neglect ami ot waiting tor a clearer ngtit on the situation. Call loans did not fall below 2 per cent today and tin maximum rose to 3, which makes a record for the new year. The re newed call of the secretary of the treasury upon the depository banks. for the return of anotaer i.dOO.iiaO of the government fund by February 28 offered an ostensible reason for the lessened Inclination of tenders to accept h'ds recently prevailing for loans'. There was some Increase of de mand on the part ot borrowers as well. The suspicion and distrrst with which yesterday's allegations of improvements in the copper trmlo were received resulted tin a decline 1j( in copper industrials. The price ofi" the metal was reduced again today. ... The uncheerful view of the iron and steel trade conlirmed the feeling of dissatisfaction with the metal trade conditions and affected sentiment ecieil senu lent .1 towards values 111 general, altnougli! .,, ct.,,.1 i . ... '''... .. ....,.' .... 1 , I I . I , . I 1 HUn 1 1 lilMIL - '. . . vision prospects wlucli seem to nave iw"''" Blln'"" authority are canvassed with great tine oats had been imported to this attention in the financial district, j country were weakening factors, showing the importance attached V' Tbe close was a shade to '.Afi't low the subioet. There was a report in or. circuhition toilav of probable new i ligntueivts in the ways ami li enns cninminee of the horse which soeni- ( ! to promise freer action in the re vision program and which niphii sl.ed the wisli to curtail inarki t ( in rations pending a settlement of Hi is prog ram. PROVISIONS. PFTTER Higher and firm; creamer.y 31 '2. CHEESlv- Firm and unchanged. EGGS Firm: wivterti 3 Ki 33. COFFEE Options closed steady net unchanged to 5 points higher. Sales 48.750 bags. March 01,- (SIM: spot steady: No. 7 Rio 7-1i ; mild steady: Cordova Mi fi 12K. SFGAU Raw easy: fair refilling 3'4; centrifugal fill test 301; molas ses susiar 2V: refined steady. NEW YORK MONEY. New Yoik. Feb. 1 Money on ( asv 21 3 per cent, closing hid : call tier (ii:t. Time loans strong, sixty d 2' rn'l"i I r cent; ninety days (it :; nor cent; six months 3'ii per cent. .Mereanti'.e paper per cent. Sterling oxehanci .1. man.l 1N7.35; sixty days liar silver 52. 3'jT( I w cak. ls5.ll. NEW YORK STOCKS. New York. Feb. To 'ay Close Amal. Copper 75'i Yesterday Oles 7.1' 4 12i tee"', 1'1", leX :oi I 17S 1l5v 5:- 45', 85 112 112", 151, in, 12 3'2 i:7-4 1 31 13I-, i'is'; 132', 2l'l. 1 1 V Am. Sucar Rig. Atchison . . .1311-; fioi ', . . . i'it ...1"7'!i . . . 7'7H ...177U ...115", ... 3:.- ... 4S'2 . .. S5 .. .Ill'a . ..112'.. ... 151, . . . II ...122'; . .. 72 ... i:'i ...127'i ...138U ... 31'i . . .1311., . ..lo7", ...r...--. ... 24 -, ... 33', ...lis'4 ... 25'i ...177', . . . 'h ...113 ... . . . ... i.n. Do. Pfd. ... 1!. and O b. n. t C. and N. W. . C. M. and St P. Colo. F. and I D. and K. C. ., !.. I'l l C.r. Nor Pfd.- . . Finois Central Irter. Mot-. .. Do. rfd 1 and N M. Pac M. K. an. i.I T. N Y. C. Nor. P.ic. Pai. Mail Finn. ... Pi oidi ' G R adinu R..ik Inland .. IK), l'f 1 P.e Son. Ry l'i i'-n Fin-. . . . r. s. st... 1... I.. IT! W.-la-;i p.. rid. .... '-: r 1 I ni-.n 1N' GOVERNMENT EONDS. R. ' .n , e 2 reir...l"2!i 1ft2', Rf z. - " ii-nri ...Vj'i 1".'r K- ci-'r ! :'i ; !" t n "'a ! ", I"", , 4 ?i rr If'1. Itf'1! N'- 4' f-oujit.n K'" 12f,!r Product ef Orang Tree. Tbe avsr yit id of an cranf trt? daring it life is about 20,iKK or- ar?-7 Was Yesterday's Wheat Market While Corn and Oats Closed at a Shade Lower. j Chicago, Feb. 4. WHEAT Tin feature was the active buying by lead ng ,,,, valor Interests' the lirst bout of the day. This demand brougat free covering by the shorts and cutis ed prices to advance to l he highest point, reached since the first part t,f last. December when May touched 111. The high point of the day was 1 lu. The last, half of the day profit tnKlii;; by longs caused a" easier feeling. The news of the day was bullish ra bies strong, the cash demand of this counlrv brisk. Heavy sales ol Horn l , ported from Minneapolis ami a cahh 1 gram from Rosano claimed that th . Argentine crop ef wheat was great! ! overestimated. A leading local nunc , reoorted sales of Hour yesterday t r.mi!si.i!i;i. North Carolill ' ,,,) uvsr Virginia, which is all uev territory for this market. The marke closed about, steady, a shad' to higher. ..No. 2 red 11 K 1!2; No. 3 r III; No. 2 hard ie7'sTi1lO; hard W.'i'JilOS. May opened W) : highest. Hu-'m; lowest lowe 1 10'Kt No. .1 io:v.v 1 i!t- ; closing ItHi's. uly IM !!tr';j. CORN The bulge in wheat, created moderate firmness in corn early, hut an easier tone developed later on re ports of increased offerings of corn in the west, particularly in Nebraska. Cash houses were the leading selleis the last half of the day. The !ecin 0r 14 in cash grain had 11 leiide'iev b wcjik'ii operations. The M'lc.e lu .li lower. ..No. 3 lil'i,; No. 3 white f3',i (i 03 "i; No. 3 yellow i;P.4 li :. May open ed Wig ft H; highest Ol-fftilli,; low est. (13; closing t; : -? i . July CSUff (J31.l. . ,, ,,, nT Ti-n, e was ex relilo V light , , am! the market rather weak the en- Hi-,. d:iv. The slack demand from lir 1...... .1,1,,,,..,., i,,l t-ill.- tleil Arisen. While r.iliffiiWbj: standard 2 ' i (7.-" 55. May opened 52Vsf) 52'4 ; highest j -i ; lowest 51s'i52; closing 52 duly 4t:'ifi" lt'es. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Chicago, K b. I. The following car loads represent the day's movements: Flour 21 2-J Wheal II "1 Corn 110 3l:7 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago. Feb. 4. CATTLE- Re ceipts ft, mm. Steady. Steers 40ii 7011; cows and heifers 3.i0'f(57M: calves 35iKS!5; slockers si nil feed ers ?,wra 5 Pi. (n;S-Receipts 42.ei.ui. Tell high er. Choice heavy shipping i;t5,;ii52 t-j; butchers i;35'ui5o; liglil niixcd t;i M 1 -T ; 1 t : choice -t;i5'i I'iI'.O; packing C.'iiKi 1155; pi-.'.s 5iMiTi Coo. SHEEP Receipts S.eOU. Shoe) 425''i 53n; Iambs C M ai lings r.ucii ;. Steady. 75 '(i 775; ST, St. Lou! Receipts : ;5'Ki 71e; 5"i- cows LOUIS CATTLE. Mo. Feb. 4. CATTLE 'MM. tocki and 1 Steady. Reef sloef- r and feeders -Hers 325f;t;i5; Ti as st.-ers 3" ' HOl'.S -U'-i rang'-d -I5; I l.eoo. w. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis. V b. 1 WHEAT M 1 i''!H 4 : ,!'l!v 1 i!i-'!; 1-!t. CASH -N. 1 northern 111; No. north-i n l"!f'i I"!'1',. NEW YORK GRAIN. N. w Y'U k, F- b. 1 HEAT - lb ceipts 1 !.'"'. Spot firm: No. 2 red lll-.i 1I27h elevator and 112 f.o.l alio. it. Options closed about ', in! high. r. May 112'4. CORN- R-" ip's 21. ). Spot -tia !y; No. 2 72 elevatoi and '.!' j fo t. atlo.it No. 2 whit- noiniiial an I No. 2 ''!ow ;fOj fo.b. aflo.i'. tions i -lo-i d n-t urn haiig-d M.iv o 7" ATS R't . ipts 4:i."o". 1'iii. 1 : i ,;e.l 34 i512; whi'e 51 U; tlii;..d h:"-5';iifi0.'. Advice from an Expert. "Wha' n axim 1n-t tx rnnlifies tbi (Pcr-t t f f.narn Ial iiw m ?" ask-d the yoiitbf.il siMdi-r a?t' r knowledge. "To ai. d to n'ak.- five," r"pln d the pre! E.-.'iit i-t. mho bad act mauia'! Lis. Market for Tortoises. Enrltnd ea's li'"i n 30,fj0 and 40,- OH'I tortoir-.S V-:v J'SI. Yoa say !he boys are hard on shoes. So Ibry arc! Bui saie 75c fo $1.25 on a pair of boys shoes al HUEITFS Seasoo End Shoe Sale. Breaks In the Monotony. Sympathies anil antlpmhie nra merely mailers of temperament an other of nature's Ingenious little con trivances for keeping us alive by keep lug us on the alert. DRAINAGE NOTICE. State of Illinois, County of Alexander, ss. In the county court. In matter of Samuel Slants Tay lor and Edwin Parsons, Trustees of the Cairo Trust Properly, Thomas W. llalliday. Richard Fitzgerald and others. petiton for formation of a Di'ainag' District to be cnlhl Cairn Draiuag Distrlct. In re-Petition of Commissioners for Fifth Assessment. To all Persons Interested: Notice Is hereby given that theCoi.r inissioiiers of said District have com pleted their Fifth Assessment as auth orized by order of said County Court of November ;:nih, 1!hS. and that the As sessment Roll showing benefits assess ed upon the premises- effected by sail Assesmeiit was filed in the office of I lie clerk of said Court on I lie 2nd day of February. A. D. limn, and that said Commissioners have fixed Nine O'clock A. M., of February ISth, A. D., 1H0!, of the February Term of said Comity Court to be then holdeu at the Court Douse of said County, in the City of Cairo In said County, as the time when and place where they wi'I attend before said Court for the co -rcc'iiou of their Assessment. Dated February 3rd, LH)9. . JESSE E. MILLER, Clerk of said County Court SPECIAL TAX ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Noiice is hereby given to nil per tains Interested, that the City Coun cil of the City of Cairo. Illinois, has by Ordinance No. 177, approved No vember 12th, A. T). 1 90S. ordered the improvement of Thirty fourth stivtt, from the west line of Commercial avtnue to the east line of Washing ton avenue, in the City of Cairo, County of Alexander and State of Illinois, by the construction thereon of c vitrilied brick pavement and brick catch basins and eoniblni con-rote enr!) and gutter .on both sides of said' street, nu, I that, sal ordinance No. 177 is on file In the office of the City Clerk of the said City of Cairo, at No. 111! Commer cial avenue, and that the whole of th. cost of said improvement, amounting to twenty-one thousand and two hundred and ninety-six del lars and forty-seven cents ($21,2iii;. 17). is, by the terms of said ordi nance No. 177. approved November 12, HhlS, to be paid by special tax at. ion of the property fronting or abetting on, or continuous to, t! e said improvement, including Ft reel railway property, and no pint ef said cost of said improvement Is to be paid by the public, and that the sa! I City of Cairo has applied to thf Cnnntv Corrt of Alexander Comity, Illinois, for an assessment of the whole of tlio cost oi said improve ment, according to the bent fits and in accordance with the provisions ol aid ordinance; and an assessment tin ret if having been made mid re turned to said Court, the dual bear ing thereon will be had at the Keh- rrary Term. A .i. I :":. oi sain Court, at the Court house in the tity of Cairo, Illinois, on Monday, the twenty second day- of February, A. D. l' i!' at the hour of fl o'clock A. M. of said day or as soon tnerealter as the business of sal I Court will per mit. All persons desiring may file ib.jiotions In said Court before said lay. and mnv then and there appear on th- Hearing ana mane in.-ir ie fol-t. Tbe taid assessment Is payable in ten (H'l annual Installments. All in- "tailim Ms will bear Int. rest, as pro vide, by statute, at tbe rate of five i per cent, per annum. DM.,. Cairo, Illinois, .l.inuary 3a. A. D. I '!. MICHAEL .1. HOWLEY, Commissioner. CHANCERY NOTICE. State of Illinois. Alexander County, fs-Iii tit" Alexander Cointy Clr-uit Court. Fibruary term, A. D. 13"!. In Chancery Sitting. Miles G. AvI-y. Complainant v. Pavanah AxK-y. Iiefendant. Pill In Chrncery fur Iiorc. The above named defendant I' hen by notified that nal.I complain ant has this day filed In pall Court a certain bl!l In Chancery for Dlvone agalmt her and that Summon ha is-ii-d thereon rc t urn aLl on t'ae f I ; t l.iy of the next term of sai 1 Court, to be boldi n at the court bon in Cairrj P'mois, on the Mh day tif Kbruary next Cairo, Illinois. Jan. Sth. A. D. Ift? A-FRED FROWN, C'.erk. M. J. osr;;'. Complains', C Solicitor. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. F.-frit' of Wil'i im R'.c r. .b-t-t ai.e 1 'I ! 'it -i i -::-i.. I bavine bn ap ,o i f. I a l!ii:ril-t-at'-r mi'h mid an ' . of ti e of Wi'Iiam le ! , if ti - t-oi-.'v of Ai- xan ! r aril c.-.ti- of V.'.v iU-v-n- d. 1 ' r 1 fi.es ruiti-e "at l ;' a; M-.'ir b" f,,..-. e r. i'.- irt tf Ai'-x in ' r (-,-'.. at ' e t oi -f ,.... j?. 'i! - . ... t ... Ai !' t. -. . fl f . f,--t V ,t H l'i Ai'ii T.'''. ; b;t h f 'ti ,r j-.e l-ivi-'Er - ;iZt'-r it t-r 1 f t- n-- r t : f !-r 1 r I 'n :t t. " ' '- r . if ( s. ire " c., i J A!! r.-,t;'r, ir; !!'-' t -.j.l -! ar- r--i'i-' 1 to v. - r ir : M-ttA payr t-Tit t- th uu i :.--.' F ! ! ti : JIM day of Luvisry. A I P WM. M HCOI!E. A !:.!' rut-'. Wi.b Wi'I A -ni d. IT 18 FOR LbO,r., TOO. I'ltrr Can Slop i lirtr llulr l ulllu lui Willi llt-nilidilc. Ladii-s who have (lit- bair ui. I w.h .m lciir 1h falling mil. -mi pre v. :.; l'i- dull fallin? out, iind (hh-lo-ii tin- gr,,vtli, with N'ewbrn's "IIerpiel.lt'." ia-Md.'.-, Itfi pl rldrt I.m eno nf the mwt aerooabV h.iir ilr.nsliifrs there Is, H:rplcidc klll.t ihu ilnr.ilrtilT piiirn thnt cits th balr nff al tli" root, After the tfortn Is dfttroyod. thu ru-t will Hhnot up. uiid the hair cren letiif nc over bvon n Humph- will o.-m-rlure In.ly thnt Nowhrn's I f-rplclil. . an iiidi-ponsaWf t.illot rinii;,-p.. I' .-on tat us li-' el! in- jcro.n It v.::; i.ui r .m ;ir il- c. fuld Vv lfaiPii;: dnnift'is S'"i I ifii! In Hliieirs t'lr fiMiple i.j 1 ho norjl ';ldo Co., Uetru.t, Midi. Two sizes 50 cents an a J1.00. Paul G. Schuh &. Sons, Special Agents Women Workers Honored. It Is to the honor of Swedes that the fact of a woman working for her living In no way lowers her social po sition. Many professional ladles are the daughters of court olliclals and are iccelved and welcomed in the court circle. -The Queen. -i Evening Thought. Pest of all is it. to preserve every thing in a pure, still bean, and let there bo for every puis'..' a thlnksglvlng and for every breath a song. Tim worship most acceptable to God comes from a thankful and a cheerful heart. Plutarch. NEW PACKET BOAT STEAMER H. W. BUTTORFF CAIRO AND MEMPHIS TRADE Leaving Cairo every Wednes day ut 5 p. m. and Memphis every Monday at 5 p. in. For rates apply to Frank Cassidy, Home Phone 700 W. 12 Sixth St mm For Urtuikrnneii, Opitm, Morphine in ottw r Drur Uiirfi the Tobacco Hibil nd Neurasthenia, AxTHEKEELE, INSTITUTE. "KT Owiptit, III Iron Mountain Ry. Jan. 11, 1909. Trains al Cairo. III. Departures No. U1 l emon dully Tnna.m No. til I.i nv i.s dully , .Ijp.in. Arrl vu's No. tirt Arrlvi-M dally li: a.m. Nu. 4.11 A rilv t-H dully TrJUp.ni. Arrlv als itiiil ileinrturi s I'rmu wliarfbuftl foot of Kllith Hint t. J. K. Ll.'HY. Aeut. ILLINOIS CEVntAL R. R. Win.tr Tourists Tickets. Cairo to Aberdeen Mil'., and return 113-11 Cairo to Durant, Mini., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to Jackson, Mla., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to McComb, Ml., and re turn II. H Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn ll.M Cairo to New Orleani, La., and return tl.EI Also to Tourist points In Florida, Mikdsaippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico. Tickets sold dally un til April Cbth. good returning until May 31st, r.0!. J. If. JONES, Ticket Airent, Cairo, III. A. II. HANSON. 1'assenger Traffic Manner. 8. O. HATCH, General ransenger Agent ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to February 1t, 1939. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE Tralne leave Cairo! 1:05 a m. ra!!y Chkapo VeMu1e Llm'ted. arrlln CMraao 11:SI a. m 2 T3 a. m.. ral'y St liTtuI Maht I-ln Ittd. arriving Ft. IxulB 1:ft a. m. F!idn car open at I I p. m. 5:00 v Cblraro Dally Biareaa eietp gunday. 5:00 a. m, St. Lnote Mora'! It ,reii fift Fmday llrlS a. m, Pt Lrrle Taat Mail 11:15 a. 'n, Cbltaao Mil r!f Bpicla! 2:35 p. Pa'ly St Lonlf Umlt-1. 2:35 p m, Aftemnoa Bipreea for O ifn. F.ff Da-bam. Mattnon. Oiairpa'an 5:10 p .m, Tbt Acromtnodatloa. 7:15 p. m. Chit at i aad EaJterm Br frees. f:J0 a. m- Vmibls an 1 NaliTl!'a. 1:33 a. M'tr.pfc's aad Ne Or !'. Limited. t oo a. m, Taduraa aal Loolerina. 1:41 p. m, rally MetE(t's aal N Or!tac. 1:41 p. m. Pally NaarlDe. Clafs Bo-ri and At'anta. 4:30 p. fS-Itea Aeame4atV. 5:50 p. "i, Padaran aei Ln'STine :00 P. MeEit' and N Or ans S-f1al. Fer tfcr.iich tlrtrti, s',rti ear arrotrnio.!at!oDs aal furtber Itfmta Uoa an!y at Rllno'a OatraJ Pa fer Station. Cair a n J. M. J0"EsV. nt Ar t- A. MATCH. & a. A. A. K. MANON, Trar?t I ri& IT 1 I Corn- 1 mui. I CtMrfjiicotiid. I i SMITH BROTHERS THE BIO STORE 1I00-I WASHINGTON AVENUE Cealera In Evarythlni that la aee Isi Eat, Usa anal Waar. Exalustva Aftntl far ILANKE'E Calebrattsl Ceffaa. m Alexander County National Bank Commerslal Avenue n4 Elf MR Ureal CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital turplas .108,BM OFFICERS ' E. A. Busier President Chas. Fauchter Vlce-Frs.ldenl J. H. Galllfltn Caahlei Frank Spencer Assistant Caahtal Aeeeants ef eerperatlona anal IndlvlaV uala especially solicited. ExcnanfS furnished te any pari ef the werld. J Alexander Counly Savings Bank CAIRO, ILLINOIS TRICTLY A SAVIN SS BANK Capital tUS,VJ9 Surplas ,r... . , r. ... .M,80a OFFICERS E. A. Sneer President C. O. Fatlar Vice-President J. H. Galllaan.vT Cashien Frank Spaneer Assistant CashIM IRECTORI E. A. Bader J. H. tanfaael Thea. Beyd C 0. Patla Wm, KlHie C. V. Naft n. B. TMetlewMsl B serge Parsead Chaa. Fenehlef D. B. Lansdea 1 Yatortal Falsi an Tims ataaeeTt Cairo City Transfer Lino aaeeaior to Btolti 1: Walter M 4. H. KIERCE, Prep. All Mnda ef Haullni Don Premptly, Bath Phones m 11TT WasKlniten Ave, Cairo. ITTtMraV ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL ROUTE TO FLORIDA VIA BIRMINGHAM Columbus, Albany and Waycroes, la eon neotlon with the Central of Dncrgia Ky, anil the Atlantic CoaM bine, ua and after Dot ober IKth ttoiu t'hlrSKO, a THROUGH BLEEPING OAR will be run from Chicago to Jacksonville via the above route, leaving chlcags dally at 7 p. ra., on the sleeping ear aecUtm (coach ectlon eonaolldatod with aleeplng car section at ( arbondale, leaving Chlrago at 6 00 p. m. of the Limited tratn for the (South, arrlvlng at Hlrmlngham S:lli p.m. oeit day and a Jaekannvllle at 70 the second morning liurtrt Library ( ar out of Chicago and OiningCars Servlngall Meals EnRouta !lrt connections at Jacksonville for all points In Klorlda and for Hteamahlps for Cuba and Namau. Tlrketa, rmervatlnns, Information, train time and rates may be bad of your local agent K. . HATCH, U. P. Am Chicago, III. A. H. H ANmiN. r. T. M.. Chicago, III. MOBILE &JHI0 R. R Corrected to February 1, 1909. ! Time ef Trains at ) CAIRO ' Beerlheeenel No, 2 Express, Daily, Iv ..1.50 p.r 2:17 a.m No. 4 Express, Da ly, I Nerthbeund No. 1 Expresa. Da ty, Iv VtO p.n No. S Express, Daly, Iv 1:32 am B. M. 10NIS, Tleked AaH. - ,i 1 . - ' River Transportation Lee Line Sleamers for Fadocati. hansiM, LoaK- ik, Cincinnati and lalcrmcdUif landings. rilfRS LIE Leasts Salnrdaj. Ffb. , a. m. For Memphis aad HajUndlnas SADIE LEE IfamEury Tbnrsdaj, $. p. m. PETIES LIE Lcaus Ilondaj. Feb. IS, a. tr. Fee Fr-tt ad Psssaja arpty at MaM dsr A Ph-C ra arfboat Ca re P. C BERT E. LEE. C BOURNE, General aj C. F. A P. A Cererat Cf . S' Froat St'eft, Mmt " Tie.