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Sfcw THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909.
s SIMS And many olficr painful and clistressinjj a i I in e n t s from v. Iiicli most mothers sutler, en be avoided bv usinr This rein- seno to exnect- fi.lt mothers. erirrvinT them through the critical ordeal with safety. No woman who uses Mother's Friend need fenr the stiffen.' incident to birth; for it robs me ordeal r its dread and insures surety t; lil'e of mother and child, leaving iter in a condition more favorable to speedy re covery. I lie child is also healthy, .strong and Rood tlltui'i'il ""r ''"iiUinini; viilim lulul' liliO.ilciriiiuti.m vtill Ixtwiit tin; by titing m UKADF1EI.1) KKOULATOR CO. Atlanta. Gn. Ev TOrTy' 1e avoiucci u. IL I.'IUIIILI with safety. No w e suffering incident tc ures safety t; lil'e of t ML . .' ' Tiff-! IT'ijI ' . - WW M I V ..-tt,.ttt SPORTS ! CO Mitn.'i; ih'i'lnj', iimt. hp form, That tli,. mutch was- t ft follV'lll COIllcst llClWCOII -LINS AND MONTOUR. ;er lijirtuii said Friday night till' ('olllllK-llnptlslO tllMHl,. never kiiw two men in I), tti,. the 'hard- two i j I . t - I THE LITTLE rm BOX 3 NRWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS i 1 ' '4 IT' '4 ! ' 'i 4 'it "4 '4 iti'iili4jl'ai it! i '' '4 '4 4 '4 '4 4 4 i"4 & HOUND CITY, ILL. MOUNDS, ILL. Sa - s it n M P a a v i f February 13. A I tin- rest:h?r in ('in;; of Queen I y i it Chapter, Order of Oie IVint.-n Star Thurgjay :v.iimik Mis. tfli.i NV.ri l.ins of .Mounds vv 'i.s ii'i.i.' ,i I mo tl nler. Out (,f town s.ti-mV vho ' resent v.-civ -. .1. ')"'' '!.:';. f'.'a 'harlolta t'rtrl;;, :r:'. I .:.! !! !' ill of Mounds. ' -P A!-.':- M.iti-:.' Ti.. f ilie k:uir s i.. a ",':;. :m, W r M'ler tin- evening s vur; .'s . : a . : 1 . d a ba'Hiai i w an j -y I i.v- t ; resent. Ill f,i !'! i . ; a, '. ,viii.a .'al'ers we) e ,: i e' l'i .'hi..' "i Al, 1 ! '(luck ilie ca . .u.l ilU;.. : .i ain r l!. vi nine's liloasare. , 'file W'mnaa'.; find h en'. rr-i a:-! the llollie V, i;. .I.d- M.iiu. lU'.h sti'i'fi r; : i: i ! i naen.i-i n. T'; a was lieanl f 'l .'n.l a ia'a"' niltiiii.-r Coa was a Tl.e i 1 I l n iri.h e :' l ai - a' On I j I !; !;tl I .vi J: ' was a Ca r- . tjOVt. ii1.' iy .'if :;! n calle. . S. (i '! 'Ir. o la'ce a-i'i'1" f menilii i s w : j rc.--en. I'' mi was : ji"i;l i.a f-i .."'I'lt'y I'lell.li.l iri.f.ia'll lu u i.i. ii i :. ill jllsliee. .Miss lila .)!; lisr.n if. on i!n s ii : wei I,. Miss Clara ii .tor f'l iil.iy. Cait. C. !.'. J'hmij.s. V. - iii 'er who has been ! a i isl few w ' !:- j; '.. f the cmiiI' ;,( tei'. ilia, 1" lelYersnn Ilia'i'.ii i ' a a! ! ' ( iv I lae;iiie t f A! 1 !-. roii, Micl'.. v a !-ciit e. The cont . .' '' a' f' nave not ia er ' '., ; a 'e, pairs on the f.i Cache briilic ' to a'4e of ;i.jaceni iaiinciliateH' n;iu-i 1'liillips v.lio ii It i'Yi.laj f fricinls v.'h i Mr. Mi-Can1.,. ' r., ineinleil iiinl 1 : ; !i l.er of Irienil.'i! p.;. a".i her." till C-e " ' " M sse-t Ci i ' C f Veil! Cilii'O .)". '.I " i apt. A. .1. 1 :a,' i In ii 1 1 from ( in'.'.etlicr vviia I I. ii ir. ! I'liirn D.,iiI'ci':' I. ft Fri I I .iiiia W here t iiey vill :s il.i on a sl'i)ij m; 1 1'iii'. February 13. le ,i; A. Jones, of DiiOnoia al 1'iisine.is caller Thiir-.hu. i . M. C. A. revival imellnr.s ; 'a Sen -lav evening. !( Airs. II. A. Uoyal of Vil a ! t !'!:: -w .'!( for Hot Sprinca, t "y w ill visit for a few .la; ea ictnn, by the wav of Metv- n ' New Orleans , i i.tri.a wa-i in Saturlity. ii" a line cut nnnle of his bi-i a. 'I'l t l)iii!ilhiR is 1 ."i I f, i .Iii feet wlil" anil I fe. ( i a ve't winir fchich i ;il laio. 'i'ais iiiaiiinioth laiin is ip'.ite ;m ornament In 1 in" v a'nl .shows what o ;ill ill). l i a lie ( ;np. III., is vi f Mi. ami Mrs W' weeks. ' Valw--. U-chi.' of I'i - Imsi ie a- ilewei',ht.s seen lu ce, this nea.son t.uew without nahii Collins . an, I Haplist.i Jell yeBlenlay fur poitr s in Ilie south whore thov are sain ihile.l in meet other wrestlers. Manner ijilfoii went, to St.. Louis in cam pail.v Wil li Dr. Roller, who was iter t'liilay nUht, in route In Texas, (wheiv he has scvei'iil nthlelle t-hows to pull off; The match between' Coilins mill i. tin I .Montour a, week .from next W.'ilnesilii.y will he one. of the besl lU.aiciies seen luiro yet. 'Montour has i Komi reconl in the Houth ami soutii vv. si, ana Collins has never hail an iippoitiinily to ineet the Imlian. This "nil eh promises to draw as lame an aitilielice of local snort enthusiasts as have flllcil the opera house Phis ..ea.Mi.n. 'ii i y ,'l'e ; t till llll!l.' i'l II' il I'i i.ll a I I.' sf a, ; l : ee : i. i'S ; put 'list : a v e'li r..i- -t. i:. e tile in fu.ni of tf in pi sition at tli -.tr t which wi. ace t;i tin) j ill ' Ciiniiins'iani wa. ici-t o!'ti e Sal in Th .lack player. " Vouii .toll mi y lUlilltl'.. ,l.arry .uiilillev, li.inteil ili'il. Manrr a.vft he GENERAL NOTES. St. Paul clul) has Klynn, thci oil Holy xhn.'.l Cross a; Cnrliott" has sij;neil Mai'ln before the,, en. I of box th.' Conhy, tin i",ht lishter. has lo(v.i bo.vi.iK itislruetor at South I'ostoti ai Cur Pill Hine la.vs tluit iiti her an o 1 .Oil In the St. Louis Crier is t he l ili' eo!l!!i y. ail' -a Lair , n .: i ni totia.ii; an I ih Hi. I,: Will I'.. his aiaival. IV'S I ; . , the '!' "a rai I ' :a'a 'ai l. heat itt of Villa Jti.l I'Silll ss IMI 1 SI. .h ili is noi-ili e Wll iii'l e l.ollis fit!' I th" .'Hid: w a ;-: Wet in.;. It iibuat t vo i :! .lie, I at. 111! . l)oli. I Friday. Th seat to 111 Saturday Pnllvva , in 'la:, cast si.li wid mi : :ii; : it li a Pa i.ii it her I and n sal I I.' iliiJI o i l own oi lial'oi I n r I' ir." i rid was st en ! U : an. u t ii-na; ii u ': iaal c.dee't th. An in ini' t. lriWy an invvsii leateat ,itcher. liiilV "II. Hie old time IP slou try lo t;et bach in Ca ns niaiKiaer of .-inn,' L am. pi. il a r Stallinps of New York ill keen "Hnnhv Jack" Ches 'i'-' 'vitti the ili.uhhin.lers next .sea W Pitch: I'.niWliK, V.I . ntesl Who's the K Lille' Vu.it call her. v, ill Willi' t: an ill iciiii.r h a.-,ii" .'nana r .Mack ,.f the I'hihnl Ann i leans, lias released Maiiusi h t ih" Aloi I".;:nii. ay club of the .South ern leicao. The C'liiaai! traini of tile American !(! x.'oilhl lil'e to secure (he ser v a i i- (i Co:-:, (he funnel' stai' pita her ;d' the I'liiversity of Ccortihi. IOWA COACH TO RESIGN. pes .Moines, la., Feb. 1.",. Coach Marc Cut !iu, of the huva I'liivcr.- iiy Inlay announced liis rosUiritl' n from the .schcol at. Ii.wa City at the .n.l of this year. John C. (iriffilh, ini.v lead itant coach, the man who played full hack on the Uawkiyo team in Ihnn which heat Chicago, wilf probably be I ha new coach. Cni ii Jr. f r Mb s Dora Iterlieid : ii.ir Fri. lay. i .virs. i m a i lei' i Cairo shopiiinf.:. a It ma lo over, tons: acid' Jiolei; by '1 a lei. I I II. i, !a r Where Napoleon Failed. would probably be homo Napoleon 'one's; idt.,1. w ruct li's. e la . I s '. d h. 1 to More- ha.o. tiij .eiui mhvf thai, to ' a pei fia t house!. old is u:i j a! Kiu'.'cr than any of Na- A I ruth wliii ii is i ! i i .-1 1 n : ;1 i i Omi wh n 1 r ilevoti a hi i ; i ho'C enei.jii a ; I e fain il. it i i r lo h '. .li s iihira; l..:V? w.'i-I: was ' "l av .eamt, but TWO NEW RECORDS. Ni vv York. Feb, 1.1, Columbia veisity's in, ha. r relay ailileiii! carniva al, liie ,i ii iisou Square Harden tonic.lil vviis pn.ip ciivi' of two new world's In lieor track records: liunninj; troni tin' scralcn In the two liii!" handicap, Heortve V. lionh.ai', of the I: l.,h American Alhleiii; L'lub low i red Mil: Li isoil's indoi r record of :i : ,"i by I ." ol a second. The one mile run fi.r the Martinhice ('Up Vt..., '.v. m lo II. I- T I'll belli of New vi ii A. i :., time !: l'j 1 H Uy FRANCIS DWYEU (CutiyiiKlii. uy hiiurlHUiry I'uU. l'u.( Moikiui, forenuui of the Hudson tU'iard ConMrnctiou Conipiiu,'.', swlui; J'ir on a iiiuraw phink 400 feet ahovo the shlowalk, whistled a lively tune as he Klanced around at thw unclothed ribs of the giant sliy-scratier he was throwing heavenwards. Far below, human ants looked iii through the clear air at tho Haunt skeleton, their white, upturned faces, round and fea tureless, remiiidltiH the foreman of full-blown iiovvers on bulky stalks. .The watchers attracted Morgan. Sit ting down on tho dank, with legs dunplins in space, ho stared into the stone-walled canyon up and down which the human current flowed un ceasing. The peculiar, weird expec tancy which seemed to chain the lit tle groups watching ihe aerial work ers interest ed him. He had never looked at the crowds before, hut some absurd analytical kink had Just mani fested itself in his iniuii, and he grat ified it. He tried to understand the fascination which held men motion less hour ufter hour until iheir uchini; necks rebelled at. the torture. Un consciously, a hate of the crowd well ed up within tho foreman. He felt that they were waiting for something to happen. The foreman started to reason quietly to himself. "There's no fas. cination in seeing men work." ho mur mured, "so it's the fascination of see ing men in danger.' fncrcase the dan ger, and you increase the spine-tickles that kef) those loafers peeping up wards. Where does it end'.' 1 hon estly believe that a percentage of those dough-faced galoots stand for hours on the chance of seeing one of us do a toboggan slide through tho ether. That's ail they're wailing for, hang 'em." in some peculiar manner the ex pressed conclusion pulled into his conscious mind the image of Johnson, who was known on the job as "tier mil's Pet." Morgan sat wondering' a moment, then laughed queorly. From the pocket of his jacket he took a small tin box about t wo inches (square arid sniffed at its contents. "If Johnson has been chewing this stuff long 1 guess he'll give those sun gapers a sensation one of these days," iALft LOmL Ask your friends WHERE Ihcy Iniy &eir COAL. Ycu wiil !e surprised' HOW wi!! say fcvm the CAIRO CHV COAL CO. liltii ilA IHttU Hi . Kl Los A rousing Mills Sa -I I. . ri J Snnia An J ii In av v i P-.M I. ! handicap 3 i "' i . sayt 4 T'-.. . i' 3 thai il v.. G JAMtS W I il S RACE. -.In;, Cab. Feb. FJ.dAtniil tb. In ,s of eight i liousiiud j ii r I Hialreth's King J.iuies, I In won the $7. rain California at a mile and a quarter, at ;i Park today. He cairied npuM of lit) pounds ami re- )n i I'.n iiiance in the Hums tit Oakland. M.ikible tin ind, Alias Sain lhtr.1. Time 1 r m You'll bz surprised MA;T v,i!i tc!! yoa- vmtt v) tmr promptness: GlVfi U j YOUS fiT COAL ORDER. Cairo City Coal Co, 0IHCE- -IIGHTi! ASD WAS1!!.GT0N. CITIZEN WAS WRONG. a. en of la:.t eieuitig :.i:ite 1 , understood that lieu Ho! V ilerbv, h'i.i was defeiiteil in a catch a-. f ra!i ii. in vai e.-i!iug malch by I hi in.: it T K'l.'iirli.v a tic (iji.'i'a House Friday li If; hi . was to meet Joe Acton at Jack son. Ti i',., at an early dale. When In teriiew d by the Cuiletin stioitinis ed iter la t n'glit llnhierliy declared tin' there was no truth in the statetneti. i'ol.b ; It;, said hist night that while he hi.e.1 ihe tiwrt an.l prided hinihidf -tn I. "Inn m tin thing of an iimaietir wnst l r, he had no idea of ever becoming H professional, and that the Ci'tzeli was not justilie.l in pidiliahlng an iiem to the I lieet ih.ll lit.' was son to n s t le a prefehsion.il. Ii"Ue 1; is anxious to meet Kh i t i hy iiL.ihi. claiming thai h. was net in pis "i si fia in bv reasr 'i of t.'e- fact that h!s business otiiim.ai.led ? tniii-h of his time that he had very Ilit'e o-l-criiiiiil. in it i.e t I, i. 1 1 1 ; Klein. h ill ;l;:r.e to lllei I Hold ! by : g iie si. .1:1. I1 Til' Uffi I,, 1, ijVOv', '.' W 1 &l ; A To t.M-l Notre D. H I I'tiow l! . ernr-r me Lj(Jy' Appeal. ;t! . i.tTt nm of rheuma :?a tuascuTar fl :f. . Fe'attca. luml-ap't! e- ei- in ti..? lidneys i , !. w riie to 1 1 r for a r of the t bncktrho or neti rat? it home tre; a; :.; . :Fh lia fxnU.V,y rwl V if !.. r.rt':'. She f"r-I if hrt t'.r.ty to si n 1 it to ill i:iT rr-r rHFH it-: ci.ie jour.-" f at Inur e a thou rit."" :!! e-' .' n c: nr of 1 siu'f Icing Tee !-ry. Tils flmple! 1! ....ry l : -ii'i- nnc ari. from the! !,' a l,iwi i ifi i,ej j..iatp. pi--1 i .'ie l!i !.;. .!. ; r",e'.'',n!i J i-c!'.''i.c -k it y and t-T,e to th ' 111 o tv.-trin.- Jf this Atfv e t.fo. ' , Tim. rc.r pro ti a taressi Mr. l. soni 'rrs. J-r 11.. N tre I)am. Int. Aij.nn He St.-red Down Into the Tr; ir.cndous Abyss. he niiittind. "ihi (h r.inl's I'et. eh' Nei va s on lae hlinlil Carries liis It'th box of nerve dope areiml nidi Ulnil The fe .loh'l.-nlil Wliiit does h want up in the clouds?" Again he stared down into the tie tin mums iinvss as II lie oxeotei a answer to his question to ililtt u; wit), the faint, chassly soumls of the heavv tlill!ic. He nntieed that ttie Huh liiiiiis were inciiailng, and he looked for a r; a. mi Then- was iioihluic 1111 usual mil i tant:, but the ihcsIi of Iron and steel seciu'd to attract pedc:; trlans. Pt' si'.tly Morgan laughed uiia.-lly "llang 'em." he crn d, "I bell. vi llev'i,. v. atchlii:; nie. They arc, sure I'm in it! 'ib' .ird's l'ef watchinc m on tup a id the crnwrj watching me (m low!" !!' shook hi. fist Bt thr n.r r l-i)rs s'iNiil nit on tie- plank and iliinlr) caatlon iy hlong it. . "Watching fi if." he niMttireil, "th buzzards! Th.v're hungry fop t tragi dy. If tiny wadh Jnhnimn Jrihnimn tiiliniK hi llttlo, tin Inn they niii-'lit net a run. At any rate Frr. grilnc to watch I'm no. Iril,.i liiiv.! h v ili ;it at lurah time, ai,, ; bee'i flewinu It ii't'ular I eu-i the loss if It iil lie-in t n,Ket bit iriit ! f ! the day l-i out." Ciaw'ne aref.ii:- alontc the ,ir row bri t -". I e liiiilx il Iniu t h I tb Of 1'ili tKIOl -Hit 1.,,(.,1 t.-t(k a. tie' r n.l from a i.eK;i,oti f i,e. Morgan srcpinai out , on llio triaugie and stood in ur "The Pet," but John son nave 110 tmllctitiou that ho wui aware of his fiti scnce, 'i'lie foro'.iiui's aiittnim was ill-coin eled a, id iiie other was a h.v per sensliive person. The hannnei.s claimed ceas le.-r.ly mid the siielebni thrilled 11:; .ei the blowa.. Johiii'.on was a jllual, netvoua man, Willi shitty 1 y m. Moigan's contenta tuoiis hil .,ce Instated liini, Joiinson riioi::Uiuil his ll,s .uid siuinmeied vln h'titly i.s he imiveil the men along, "The Pet's" left hand stinyod upwauls hut when It had 1 e tched his pocket it wits (suddenly jerked back to his side. Three times the hand tried to finite In the pocket, and three limes It was Jerked away. JohtiMiu's iniuii whs cer tain that the tin box nas lost, hut Johnson's net via, tautened by the presence of the pilcnt foreman, urged the twitching fingers lo continue the search. Presently Morgan laughed and John son looked lit him inquiringly. "I was Just Uniting of ihoie Infer nal watchers down there on the side walk," explained the to: email. "1 never knew till today what keeps 'em there." "And what does keep them there?" asked Johnson. "Why, they're waiting to see one of us flop," replied (lie discoverer, "just hanging "round thinking one of us will lose his nerve mid take a header." Johnson wrinkled his face into a sickly suiiJo and again moistened his dry lips. Morgan had timed his visit well. "I don't think that ia the reason," ho stammered, "they're interested In the work." . The foreman laughed contemptu ously. "I know 'em," he cried, "I've been studying them to-day." Again the foraging hand crept up ward, and again it was jerked swiftly back. Its owner made 1111 attempt to change the . abject. "Farley sent down a note about that iron," he spluttei e 1, "he wants you- " "Look." interrupted Morgan, "just look how they're lining up down there. What for. 1 would like to know? There's nothing pai'ticuiar doing what ur' they star! ns at?" j Johnson didn't look. He starod out across the bay. "Not theto." snapped tho foreman. itignt iieiieiiin yon, man. IKiwu un der your feet. They're cursed ghouls." "The i'et" moved hack a few inches from the extreme apex of the triangle, lie turned his face to Morgan and the gray eyes of the student of crowds noted his livid checks. ".More along," muttered Johnson, "I'm going in." .Morgan didn't move. "Crowd un nerve you?" he sneered. "No," snapped "tl' Pet." "What's up, ttt'n?" "Nothing." 'I thought your nerves were going hack on you," grinned the foreman Johns. m's left hand was foraging blindly in his jacket pocket. "You think too' much," he stam mered. ".Move a little." "Just oblige me by going 'round the other waj," murmured .Morgan. "I've got my eye on a batch of hungry huz za; ds down there and I don't want to lose sight of them." Johnson turned towards the apex and moved a few puces cautiously. "I knew a man," remarked Ihe fore man, critically eyeing the other, "whose 111 tvok went on the blink at tills grime. He took fo drugs." "Yes," miitieied Johnson, half turn ing to look at the speaker. "Yi a," repealed Mot.ian, "he took to iiitiun' ir sonic st 11 IT like II iiml GROWS HAIR and we can PROVE IT! A ludf from Minnot.t writ.t! ".As a i-ult of iiMiit; ii:iMilfiiu!, my tuir i time tu tin. teat In laiti'.tli. ' Beautiful Hair at Small Cost HAIW troiiMi , tnai.v otlier dirnr". huf been wrunwlv c1iukiiokM ami altujinth r mit tunic rMtuiut. TJte huir ite il ir. iitt I lie lliim- l hi- trcal' tl. tu! the remofi (hut it mimf !y : tMlm-t ol tlte scalji hint w holly tlepemlciit ti,uii it action, 'I lie M-ali is (hfvt i v stii! i wltkh tin linii i- v"-ttitr-td, iiiMtiiifd it 1 it I ('.town. 11 nL it a tune fchwul.l teceive I ho tittentiou il l esult- aie to be csi.i1r d. It WidiUl do iiu citilliiy K'iui1 t(tte:it thi'stem ul a phiiit svith ii view ul tnaktiin it t;ior und t-eiivuie iii.jd Ijt-tiutitiil the soil in which the thii.t kiohx itint be nttt-iivU tl to. Tht-refote, tho calp in whit-h thd h ir f.rowi must rai:etvtj tha ttltcnt on if you lo txpei t it tvj ;row arU bucornn moro butiiul. l,w-)i f luir i-; C'tused by tlie .souli Uiviu'f tip, 01 btsinu Us 'iui'ptv ol moisture ur inihiineiit,; when batdiirvs occius the sculp htin jiiiuplv ltst ttll iU ihiiii ihiiH'iit, tr-avinfE ittUhinu for tlie ti.iir to t?cl iit'it 1 n pi, nit or cvv 11 a ttt-e wunUl die uu.K r ;iituilur . uiniitionn. t The ntilnr.il thitiK to do in either case. !n to (red nt'd r"Pleiiisli the soil or sc;ilp j.-t the cum i;i:i'be, and niir clop will yrow and Viiultiply oy nature intended it jihuitld. v, - , Knowltun'i Oanrierin has a mot't wonder till off oct upon tho h air fc la nti and tisitus of tho scalp. It tk tli only rfinviiy lor th hair ver diatov-PPd that similrtr to th natural Imlr touu or liquids of the sculp, H peiictmtes (he oits ikkly and "tli Imir snon Rhows Uie rftects oi its woiiderlully exhilur atnitf iid Hte-prodntinK iiualltierf. due 1$ cent botlle is euouh to convJure von ni its tfifut wurth us a hair Kfwinj4 a Ictit bcuuti iyiB remedy --tf t yourlf. NOW at all di'tirjglcis In tbrco !iesf 25c, 50c ami $1.00 per botiie. - I nLh lK.j(J( Wo will ted a 1.h):ck;;iii plff free bv return nirtil to nnyuuo who fcetulft this (ice ciuion lo lit Out) KKOWLTOH 'OARDtHWE CO., CfiiCAGU, ILL, with their name ami adtiieN and luc f in silvt i or Ktnmpw to ;iy o-iltij-'?. cut; Thrs( '. . not - n. i tit 4 t If? " '. - ; p I For Hall a Cenlary Wood's Fever PHte li live been known in ilu, only aurtt euro (ur (tbilt uud Fcvt r ami all Hllluuei Hint Mularlal OltoiutoM. Al a lili.oit I'lirliicr ami lu building up ft tua down yiiUui tbey linve no etjiml, For Sale hy alb Local DruqaUt. ifof a sensation one Jay, He box or lost ii or some- "You took the crovti! forgot hi thing" "The Pet" wheeled swiftly, hound," ho snarled. "You- you It." The foreman grinned. "Don't upset yourself," he murmured, "Your nerves are rocky, sure." "Give it up," shrieked Johnson, "(live it up!" Morgan took the Utile tin box from his poeliet and tos'Pil it towards the other. Tijit.y were but a few feet apart hut at that moment a sudden gust of wind whli led up and Ihe Imix was ,mvi')t to the h it of the narrow bridge. Johnson tiled lo fteep his arm tit his ride. Ii.it the cffirt was beyond him. Ii leapt out after the hp t ih which flashed In the sunlight, and losing his b.'d.'iiie. lie .iiitwled forward along the girder. Moignli (ihd to hackiilep quickly, hut Johtis. m's right arm swung like a baud of Iron around Ids ankles aii.l, lot hi d together, they fol lowed the little lilt liox. ' Dinappointtd in a "Good Thing." About the wor.t ".stung" Individual lu Louisville in to, my a day was a purchaser at a rule of unclaimed fi.-i'lii hc'.l I'li'inilv. savs fn' Louis ville ViuiW.- A p.-iclcige was pnf up oy tho auctioneer that looked to him Ilka It conti.iaeil a pair of tta field j)asses, and to nial.e the deceptha) more toW' plele, cotil rary to all usages at such sales, l.r had gotten a-"hltath." on lha contculs by feeling the package, which made libi doubly sure that he ya.i on the "right lay." At these, sales every body (s suspicious of the othura, and when one bidder shows an luleraai i$ a puckuge put up "night itntMcji," :1 the others will push the hidJIng. Thla identical package brought jf.60, and was knock, J down to the one , who had shown such catjerneis to bucoiiio the owner. He could not wait until ho got onlshle the salesroom he fum opeiiliig the package, .which turitcil out lo hi.i Inlt use disg.ist rtnd chagiin to be only two small bolL;cs of a soft drink tied i' i;, ether. Cla.n Fritters. Take tw.i d km-ii clams, one pgn, one cupful of milk, two small cttifuls of Hour, or enough to make a thin batter, ktilt and pt'iiper. Chop clams fine and stir theni into batter made of the milk, clam ll juor, beaten eggs and Hour, tioax ii to taste and fry hy the bjooiiful iii very hot lard. t: CONDKtNSKn STATEMENT ALEXANDER COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Cairo, Illinois At the close of business February 5, 1909 UKSOURCKS Io.iu.s and Discounts Storks, I.onds, ctr. . liaiikiiijr Hdtise, l'unilttiic rnl Fixtures Cash and due from Lank? ?7 i ;,os.s 7: 2r.,.:::i.92 2.SI,m;2.M( I.IAU1MTIKS Cjilal Stock . Surplus Futnl Uiuliviiled 1'iofits Circulation 1 Deposits ( , , I.S,27f).!M COM)i;iSi:il ST AT KM KM fliKJ.uOO.OO 100.000.00 I.s,i;-j;i.21 IO,0(X).00 1, 1 15,2711.110 ALEXANDER COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Cairo, Illinois Before flic commencement of business February 6, 1909 1,1.' I' l oin-Tie r ur".!. t to l w taf i., w ateh'ri ; V. tiii. in : ! : il mi" t . oi d . y ..' ti. ,.ie:, : I l.e n i.l d f I .- er! t-a. ( n k - j. t ;- air.c a ! ' k i At ih ..i l i rj iiy I loafi-m." he tnur riev' t?l:tti.!t an i UitK J iw. I. r t t; 1 tr l;i- ! r. rl i '. h Per Ti.'T V ' -ip s n -r - rI 4 iiv. ! t. 'he In... 1,1 ' Hit. I.i tl, tha? Piv .. t . h "4. nr. I . ' l.' l'i t;. "y: ' I'm n;, fn m A l :r t I f.f up. ; e - flew." ' bu !"!. i t:.i f-if. t b. inlt !.. .,.1 U- - f.i KKSOURCF.S Ix.ins ami iliMtiunt. 7tt ' VwU am! Securities ll'l,.M.()ii KtM I 'State, Finnitme aivl Fixtittt-s 7,500 20 I)ur fiutu II. inL.v 2'!. --r tr. f."i"i 1!.f lu.l tj.e. ).. ... i. !.f,.f . . , g-f .. I I. K. v.i s .;..J t:,-.a a fc.ui ui.iai t. . (.'- - M!f t ' ? n i . n ' - - ..I : r m i h i-ori tii-al UA151LITIKS Ctjiit.il Slock Surplus I'uiitl UuJividf.l Profits Deposits f.s" I.l !:..'! I $5n,0(iO. CO so,ooo.x 12,216.71 T:i :52.;-s fji74.1!y.l OlMCKKS K. A. IICDIIR, PitMdeut CHAS. FKUC1ITKR. Vice-President C. n. PATIMR, Virr-IVsidrnt J. II. GALLIC AN, Ca.sb.ler FRANK SPKNCKR. A-'t. Cashier It 0 DIRKCTORS CHAS. FHUCIITKR C. V NKFF N. TIIISTLEWOOD H. A. I.PDFR WM. KLt'G H THOS r.ovn D. S. LANS!) C. O. PATIFR J. II. GALLIGAN GFO. TARSONS ' VarJ re lf! i Done Ttionc 21. .4 .. J i I . VNOSTEN S ORCHESTRA. 4 i Y.'i.J jiei i i.t t .f ton -firar. I i. . t n-1.'-. t it." 1-1 E.?iitli tt;ret Cru. Iii. iv 111' -1