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D3JTOTITOT1'"T THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1000.
Three Ihou'iid pairs of fee crisp styles of foot wear for ladles, men and boys at factory cost, at OUE1TFS Season End Shoe Sale. THE CAIRO BULLETIN fcnurad at th Cairo PitoifiufoMriiailMfoo . Mining-h tat nslliM mxuo-oim rw. im t it 1 1 tit 1 1 . t 1 T'E WEATHER Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. Maximum . ............ Minimum ........ .... -I t At 7 p. m 6 At 12 midnight (street record).... 3' General Conditions. The day was fair,, and quiet. , Th- gover'nmont bulletin ;reiorted rai: from nine points. Extreme of tern t'erature were. 74. at ' Phoenix 'and 1' at. ; Moorheud. . " Mluiimim&Mr,- mxU niums "Irk this st'VfiiHi were. Cairo it i; Jde'mphis .50-00, St." Louis 48 of Cincinnati '4 3-&0,; Chtcati ,34-42. rh ' ' ''" ' '' '. ' '' " Forecasts for Today. , , Cairo and vicinity; Partly cloudy: warmer, ! ' : v ''''" . : " Illinois: Wushmgton, t. C.Feb. 4. Rain - Friday or , J'rlday night; .Saturday coldor and generally fair. Sun and Moon. Sun will -rise today 7:fK a. n Sun will set today. . : 22 p.m. &r.3cu will rise tonight 5:43 p.m. . . ' . ..." .. Note: The anove sun and moon record Is for Illinois and aijproxk mates the record at Cairo within a few mlhutes. ; j THREE HUNDRED PRESENT WHEN A MAN WHO BUYS CLOTHES SIMPLY BECAUSE -THEY'RE (Concluded From First Page.) the past fi2 years and yet Is one of the most active, Inter stitiR men tft meet that one possibly corld find., Mr. Hatchklss Issued the first lum ber trade journal ever publlsael many years ago In Pay City, Midi. He is one of the pioneer Ca'ifornia forty-niners and has travel d ex tensively over the world. For thiity years he was otiRaiteil In the lumber business in Chicago and sltice that time has devoted himself to exploit- inn the business tlu utitth the columns of newspapers and trade journals he has published. At present he Is president of the Lumber Trade It urir.tl which is published in New Orleans. He holds the office of. .secretary of the Illinois J.uml er. I'eaiers association. In aiflition to his otiier achieve ments Mr. Hotchklss is the author f a valuable hook of titM) pages en titled "History of the Lumber and Timber Inter Industries of the North west." Altogether considered Mr. Hotehkiss is a man of remarkable force and intellect whom it is a rare pleasure to meet. REDUCED M PRICE MAS A NEWS OF THE RIVERS . The river marked 19.2 ffet on-tfao Cairo gauge last evening 'showing no change in 24 hours, bht with a ten dency to fall. ' ' . -.' Rising rivets we reported yester day from points' above here as fel lows:; Pittsburg"' .3, PaHiicah.2, S:. -Louis 1. - " - - -. The Sprague pulled out . (or New Orleans at 8:30 yesterday moraine She dropped ten of her" forty-six pleevt lyre and added four barjtes cotil an oho fuel. , , The U. S. Snagboat Horatio 4 Wrignt came up from Natctr yej-, Jerday about noon and awaits orders here. Her captain Is the man wh I :sse.l "Mark Twain" duriug the la t ter's steamboat experience as a "cub pilot. ; . The Geor-je Gardner went south with two empties- - ". - ! The nick Fowler froin'a.nU to Padu .. eah was In and out on lne yesterday Slier will toe the Padtieah paiket to "' .v . ...... ., The America pulled out for Twines 'Roe river with five .hargeq lo bliug out railroad tics. Two big coal tows ire due out of the Ohio today bound for the low iiver. joey are in tow of the Pitt .burg and the Mariner. .. The Fritz with a tow of enipti. ? from St. Louis is laid up at C'hesto- Waiting for the lee to run out. , The steamer City of Memphis at Paducah was blown across the river by the storm Friday,' and tin- City f bavannah had her bow shoved up on the bank by tho wind, but neither boat was damaged. The breaking ol ine lines was the oniy datnajte. Pittsburg special:- Millions of f.et r.f ,,.K..l. ...I . , " pu irom I a ti rt sts in the upper Allegheny. Valley ,Uilv are making their way downstieani t the Pittsbvig.bajboj Thr wi!i te a picturesque revival ol the old scenes along tb" AlteKbetix nv r arougnoui i ins week, i j . Has a Fine Display. One of the finest displays of sashes, doors, blinds and staine. glass ever. shown in Cairo is that in Room 7, at The Hulliday where the Fost-er-Munger company cf Chicane and Osbkosh. Wis., have a law and most interesting exhibit. Messrs. Carroll L. Heck of Hloomiuetoii Ind., and E. F. Heiss of Centralla are representing the company an are most courteous ;o visitors who enjoy the handsome display. The company lias a full line of doors of all designs made from ve neered birch, spruce, rotary oak ve neer, white Washington sprue.'. Ca'i fornia white pine and a number of woods from nearer home. One d(Hir of exi-ee.Iing beauty was of veneered birch stained cheery and another in the Morris effect in lull green of the artistic fiat pan.-l design. There are Inautiful staitW glass windows, Cokm'al cluiuns parquetry flooring, and other thincs in the line of interior finish of build ings. K'3U If I u t I I 1 i. El jf WRONG IDEA 01 F HUE EC0N9MY. BN the clothes you put i3j:cn your back, like the focd you pul into ycur stomsc)?, QUAU1Y shcufd t'c ycur first censidrrs M(v. Peo ple plflc you n at hy what you pay . for your eki;;es, ml hy the clothes themselves. Men have Imirtti i rocriy, muler lac rable conti lions, at very low livkzs. wis fust as ufeb'e is llmji hcuoht a month later for more money. So it Is with the dolhcs vve offer In this sale. They're QUALITY clothes, from QUALITY makci's like Stein, Died; Co., Hirsh-Wfckivire & Co.- etc.; ycu czn Ivy Warn row at prices 2mpcssit! kter. You can buy cheaper clothes ihan ours-niade to sell GIFAP. Sales look a gcod bit alike in a news paper, bat ours is a QUALITY sale. You'll see the difference when you come. WE'RE SELLING FROM 01R RFG-j UI'RE SflUVG FROM Ol'R REG ULAR STGCK HAS STOCK $16.50, $18.00 and $20.00 j $22.08 ar.d 823.01) Sniis, Topcosfs, Raincoats amTSuils, Topcoats, Kaincoals am! Ovcrcoat i sil kid Jverccsts at i.: IftrRfSElLWG FROM OL'R RIG" I'LAR STOCK $28, $30. $32 and 533 Suits, Topcoats, Raincoats aiul Overcoats at A 'ji CLOTHES HERE OR 13, i ll- ! t0 ANYWHERE, BUT Count Tttsm. ' 4 TA encytlonediaB contain tb tun,. - of ery fw men who., rrPut.r.s were faunrtiM n ih.i. . . . .killers. ;."""M" y HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES. : - . , j . . hitj) ilT StfKKi th! 'lest of tillH 4TV a jdai-e in the nn-.!hine r, Gt H-ery fauiilr. Molherr'art today Vl mlnlatering to thiir rhilUien th r-in tliK thdr granduiothrs used. For thirty years I.jdia .K. nukhsnr Vm table Coruj.un I. ' iimde fn,-i rotls and herb ln ti-u curinit tip womn of thi country from th wo-s; .form of female Ills. an1 miit ::,. -rould kare ttoxi s'u h t(t tf t nr - am -o stith an -nriabte rei,r. 5I.m J2.08 saved 'ob a pilr ct ladies' tr ntn't sSiki at ; ; nunrrs Stun Eii Sbft Salf. , Ray Irvine Is Here. Raymond W. Irvine of Mt. Ver non, without whom any lumber con vention in Southorn Illinois would he a dismal failure, is ow of th popular youiiR ni-n here attending! the ronvention. i i i ' ir.- Room W at The Halliday on tip offfee floor where he has dioidaye. gum products of the Ilimnu'll-.erper Harrison eompany of Moieh.ousf. Mo., and his own company hoth of whom he is representing. Ileveli'd siditiK. tnouldod cas:ns;. (Kiting, ceil ifiK. and other interior wood-work of red s'uni is shown In the e.xhll it Some fine views of th' Hi im;ell e -ser-Harrison mills at Moi eioi s.. i.t tiacted much attention. Mr. Irvin rterves not frappe. hut uood. juic. apples V his guests. TO LOCATE IN CAIRO Memphis Liquor Company Lease; Uncle Joe's Building On Ohio Street. The r,-orfie A. CiKidman U'lmP fale Liquor company has h-a-"' I'ncli. Jot-s Hotel Hiiildlnir at Ohio street for a term of ten u';n The concern whii h will r. move ti Cairo from Memphis this n.oith !M the intention of c. en ins for Ih'mii. s Mare'a 1. witl have the liui-itts !- modeled and will make etm-le itu prov tiients. It is understood that other .Mem phis liquor concerns aie looklnE f. r a location here as tlie remit nt prohlfdtlon law in Te.m-.s. PRICE ALONE IS POOR REASON FOR BUYING The Quality thai each price carries wilh ii makes His sale ol greatest importance to you. Because we arc by tar the largest buyers ol men's clothes in Cairo vve pay less than other stores. IIec.iii.se ive sell more than a half dozen other stores combined, vve can marls our regular prices below where other stores could exist. It is Irom these always lowest regular prices that these sweeping reductions have been made. You can't buy these clothes Irom the makers at the prices we are now olfering them. Newest models, briskest styles, choicest colorings. Our overcoat line is simply perfect-ten here to choose from to one elsewhere. STORE CLOSES EVENINGS AT 6 O'CLOCK. Ml m TOD COM.VILIiCIAL AVilMETIl. STORE OPEN SATURDAYS UWTIL 10:30 P. M. BOARD OF EDUCATION Held Regular Monthly Meeting Last Night Accepts New Sumner School Building. sport?1III Kill! LHSUtblS 1 . COLLINS THROWS DEMETRAL.i Th. Last nilit at the opera hou.-e, f r Board of IMueation held the ' 'he esrond time "Will .1k" (' m EARNEST TALK OF REVVIVir.G FORMER ORGANIZATION FOR COMINC SEASON. t'uhtr inonthly A ill the t-upe, Cairo Hi-h ij.ectin I, fen i.-t; Srhoc! last eve;i- 1 s efi:. . a" won a i : a .1 ! i ;i ) u rest 1 ins itia'e! f : in Win. I)en.-iral, known n t!i r.: Cll! REWS IB BRIEF Only Four Cases. In the city 'Uit er.t.r!av rn' four prisoners 1 .(- I v .-1 attent:, ri three for drnnkenm-m and in- fu vagrancy. 1 !.-ii I)Mi!oii." Collins' vii-tniv l're,lde.it - ,.. i- ei.;etr,l a-t iiiu'.t. was more XVa",,r V-'M.lT preMda,- j i.ei-ive t :.m fie ma'. .1 dan. S for A i.i:-u amount of loutiae hu-i- j t;,.-. aA. ...!.,.,t v ;,s Itiat I:emett tl '-- tran-a. t.d. 1 vv- t- thr.w i t w ice in t:m ;y ir i, i- t: t Var!-r spi-oint.-1 as a i f,.inu'e- . n.-tn -tl T-r-tlin. a ' ! ..I.t.iitte,. o!i Uc.-h.et.t eel II. ;..! i I 1.,, ! ...I ( I! "" ' H. Sn.y-!;. ch.iii n,-in : Mi -. .' ' ,:;, 1, VV-!X a j.,.;. ,,r -luck ovt i;,. ' V.V V We- . r and Mr. K I Car'-y. ; i . ,, ., e. - ,, in urn- t-l ! fi ' ' e.i; I i !:! t'ie ;ii-n-i l- , ;,: . , c,i;u:.- atT f.'iiirf'." n Tfin-i An. I ;"' f ' - w .-' r.nn' r Hiuh School ut. , of l-iir-l wo.k. pinnel the Mine;. ! Te.-ie ' " l: .f.'.-K '!- ii.-vl Heji.o:.- to the u;at with a sci r-; t" t :" " t : ! !" 1 eci'.i ;-I .. iiif.iav ; u--V. ovr tie ii-ad atid an ana k. ' l.-- ' M-.i. . .v. Th- hi i! i lo.-.it l:-I.iisf. i idieaMtm tl.e hold li J. Farnbaker Leader in Move ment, Urged O;-. By C. C. Cosnell f V'incennes Depends On Cairo. ii.v on - I :.-:'!ni rat. I i-i Ti til fans ate re. sr. ci ii..,- i n now a'ld 'tt busy and is .' :m I inc." sail Cnl ii t me l'e:i- fi(im you, and any !n- 'I wiil call a uu iKlitt t fis'tiinee 1 can be to joij, all you he ti.'j.t tlm-e ip,s a id : have to ilo is to call on ine. Yt.il oreunie t'c l.'iijn!. I . will vi-it alljl-iiuw fie time is getinie short and tie- t'V,i:is iii t! circuit, an.! Iinst'il' we intend to have a league we 'he sail!" mid pi '-i.v. e a list of tin in I i : i r s I not let any grass grow under lor i,i : sl ip. T.n-ic is one t " i : s k our feet. Think this over and let iirta'n and that is tiin-c ol ti e old . me hear from you. '.i'i will in' in the ie.i-.-iie. i'a.iii-i "Very truly youri i. ill. Cairo an 1 'irin nth s." "C. c. GOS.MCU" Mr. Karnbaker was in hili spirit ; The league broke up in liuiii, U t. iasl iiiihr o' er the j. respects. H j bi b.i:l i-r in ruducali is at. I'ti m:o we.! a bfer trom C. C. (io-ii'-il to i 1:1 and t.ie 1. ami.' sliotibl i. i t v'in- e! iii-s. w ho ivm protrotei- st.ir'e.l auaiti. It mi;.l prmi- a I ix of the Vi. .-Mir; tf.-nii tie latt y a r ' mi . s and sunn- fast games won! I i ;' the Kitty's ni4- r,r,' and pr. s be pla.ve I on the iocal diamond, ''lit l! the !e,u:l;C. Here is t.,e I i j Cel. Kan, baker has been boost ins tei : I for I e -(iraani.at ion for soin.' ti i e r,-:, ... In'l . .Ian. '.'., 1 '. 'and his eiToits should be apreciat- 1 o M .1. I a:-n!ia;; r, en Py the talis. ,h. K ! at '.' A el oo .IOW . :i:oi ' 'o .i' .'it -.. N in teerth stri '- O'f l:elll til" lO-W KioiWoo hh h i-i i . ntly op n.. that i.!,ri'-r are proti e-in ' th-- ii -w P-iiMii.,:. DOCTORS PRESCRIBE IT 1 1 er r-ni an 1 nto'ii' s 'riiThit .-t pn -io.-'s e r I H--.ii- nbi )" : i - 1 1 . 1 : As it h.-is b. en r -i: cuib'at-ion of tie .l I ; . ' time sine-.- I have had th .'.',. and tlie (hn'i' is a ; j ph ,i - nr.- of ta'bini, ui'li ou. I op that it will b" hmrnti'-d a-ain. j thou-.-Lt I wotibl ibop jou a few tin s i.iii.i ;f ha I on l.Im. A "st.nl r" Is ;i-'-.b I tin I Col. M. ; to i e if ; tr.i aie in the notion if A ft , r tie in - ; -. t: in ,.-e ie I J. Karn'-ake.-. s.'ier.-ir i,f th" .!d j t tlkfrta bast ball. 1 read In the ptcrs ! nnde.l with 1. or.-, fir fiilly iiv j Kitty league, is r ady to st-p into of sot.ie tine itack of some ol jotir miti'it. !.. r.i.. the ib-,ic if the lall'tle sin., s and oraai:ie the 1 auue -,!c e- and then yon clo.-ed up like cia.hl be announced, ft'" Hoc, H s i-c I'e-.e. He to.'d a reporter fm a j." -k knife. Wli.it is tlie mailer i! !;., - i ti... 'in v. it'n tin ir mtul-ir J lb" V-u .- P.-iiioci at. last le'jht t ' at , v.-i f ' i jeii" Coine- out r.f it now an I M .i' o-;t tb.e 'Urea! I'.'.aik ( 'at." j not'. in H should !' .f-tit tl." In I' - ! ('.,;:.! . V .IS of (l':, " ert",, (1 0 K , . ' , i I ! i I tl if I,' oil h.l-"ie alii K t ! Fees Fix?d bv Anc'ent Lw. j A Ce-rman arilbiua-ian has found j documents sliowing that In ancient I Habj Ion, i.l.'ii years ao, ihe sums duo j to doctors for tKaUie tit were .xa t ; ly prescrlbeil tiy law. They varied ae- cordim; to th; social position of the patients. The .:;i'(. 1. 1 5 l,e Cinireh of the and 1 1 oi -ani.e tic Tatn' u ; i !;.-.! i taef l av e a bcantiful blue and gam. l on can do li; tnree -.,t,. i-oinl'oi ter i v'ra fine back I a J20.000 HOUSE FOR BISHOP. Peoria. I.'... I,, t comrri-'.. reiirehftitin t;; p-i. u of !;. ...,.. a'ho!ie dioc of i'. o i i r. ; awarded a contrail be r -i--: r ion of a I.'o.ohk ri-sj..n e ti p. j i. 'titf-d to I'd bop Sj.aiih'.! t I . retirement from ( i-a-.u .-'.,! f. .' ience in thi.-t ity h n bN w . is named. Married L.fe. l!n of 'he tiitrn a man would be very up.rul ? t. -n if . family wmiM f,h,f. ,r,t- f. i, f r , s to SfBj t,in,s .if. NVw Yi.'W ! " The ideal ParerTa. The lHrcd t-htH In tbe- , , Is tb Er.K.'iib thm. K;-.ia, v t! !le Itirls rieathtfaiiv :! . s thfy ate a!o tLe j. ',, ,, , fwt health oim is d.:. n ., ih c - km that Ki..h f-.... f u , parent. VirtLa lati.:;i n Z-.:v.-;- Wortds Oldest University, -'iaei ftriH-r!'T In e .. khtis:, China, and jE r:;,. ! School for U.e got.. ,.t , r .. -, . Its aotlq-jpy u ,-ry t ea? a-. i a v -.- e T f .f-T. orii , f , ,,, ,., , nmns. 2:0 is f.n;''. r-rta!'S th. I Hcdidoe That Appeals lo Physicians They Recognize lis Va!ue-Dr. J. E. Ennis ol Allanla. Ca.. Tells Ihc Troth mm.. About Vino!. I w.,n- i... ;- ... ..iy o:i . tl-it.-J. and i i hit' . I lie ( what lo- waitin.r for nw is tl: hip'! vi :. ti iii r;;iH in t!e v(.' I j , w t r : . -i (lie ( r u,. f.'.,irn ii .'1 ti or t mm.iov. and di 'n t ( are who!..ssu:e i iai that a In-"' i!I l i k ui'i !' v. a '!; ! a a::i" on the mat. ii 'i i a' i. I" -V t! ,t I l,e- I liver i-i' b- ! , t. ii .. : . a'. ! : v s " tinie for the same obi towns ir. rr, for basi ba!I a-iafn. You iii" the eniy can that can do thi.; nork. i'!l made, for sale at the parish lli'iN.' Krldav or at Mrs. C. T. Itiaa loti's. .'e.:? ' a--hiiii;ton avenue. t-' v t : -, an f !! I . -IS' - 1 l. - 1. i-i ncij.iotf '" hiv. ly of Cniea-To was i-'iv I- en (.-. r K i V. . ' k ' f St. .' ' - r - '. .iitt..j of iia; .1 b--K ! ', ni'-i n o v. as a . : Li re- "t K by but Hh'Ck t Lit.-, f- r him. bv t-eas'i'! e ? .. t tb.-t fiaisht .lo! nny jO f a at rv Iii a- r i i.-ti'ly. K !! Iii oi ! i Itui.ey MiCart'iy ai ' .ti- -.ir u ( I the ye..nn X A i.-i h tl'1 ie t int ' to ti . t l'i cV. TbU a 1h" ! i;,.-.i. h ... a i e tnis f a-' n OOOO OOOQfi OOOOOOOOOOOOOP5 0 ocoooooooo MT. VERNON WANTS GAM: t vn v east . -ci ti. a- I . a ' '( w: 1 !. K - i ' I ' - t r .,i, a t' e y.'. V'-i;:: n. It'.. ' i ba: i I f b-.'i t'l U W i'.l T.i- ' to the i.n s of C. i.-o. t r ;.:;t j r,. : -.i- a- c ' ... . t t .. V. :i ferTi ' . .;' r I " or T . , n 1 ! .. rr," fvi " w ; t ' i .. s r t" t " e. n t a , j r-.- ( -om -e ' ' ' t-a''l f ; . t) 1 t V e J.1-1- " of .' a -.. A" '- .f tb- f n . ' : t r-i"'! t ' Oril ? en ai! bt.T r.t-.. ( f the f nr ; . r.o p'.i?M. S tfl P a ! i i ANNUAL n VASOSTES CPCHESTRA. 'it ff'WJI Te Gift Off te Mctiir Car. t'rv b-!. In the rret-e tr.rorlne . .... . . . ,T . k . - , . r.a ? n H t"x b f It t. r;,f'T- ii ii a j. r a '-(, I' w . i t i f . - r ad 1. ittin aril Will Continue Till 9 p. in. Saturday. o Cn acccnnl cl having sdded anclhcr shipment of samples from 1 t'TVitp'i iir-j c.o!.-t niii cfAflr nl frnn cn)I l!ir camnliic i-nn tt'ill o.vii iii. .ita uui ijtuiif uiivi iiiv,ii j' 11 tuv jui.ijilj, juu till have no'Jicr nprorfunily to save money. Yc will have on sals r. lo! of RDIXAXTS and di kinds of odds-and-ends. DON'T M'SS IT "SAMUEL WiilTE DRY GOODS COMPANY. O o o o j Ud-o for rr.: e. IcH I ' h j O o o o o o o o o o o o o G o o G o c o o G CI a v i'l a Oto. 10. , o ;L5 ii. i ",ccopoooooeocooccao3oooooooooooo.oo.o