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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNINO, MARCH 6, 1909.
THE CAIRO ttULLETJN KHla'bllshea I8tl8. Published Dully and Sunday by the Bulletin Company al 7ltt Olilo Mlrott. Phone (ill. Subscription Rate by Mail. - luvarlabiy Ciuti In AJvauce. One year, Ually and Sunday H.00 Subscription Rates by Carrier. Ity Carrier In Cairo Uy Carrier outside of Cairo.. .ft ic a month ..title a Qiolllll Notice to Subscribers Bubdcrlbeni will confer a favor bv reporting to till office any lack uf prompt dell ery on Ihe part of carriers. Entered at Hie Cairo Poxtulllce claim Mail Matter. second- CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Average number of complete and perfect copies of tlm Cairo Bulletin printed daily and Sunday during the year 1908 2084 Average numeber of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bulletin printed dully and Sunday during the month ofs January lfdd 2422 January Circulation. 1.... 2.... 3..,. 4... 5. . . . A.... 7.... 8.... !.... 10.... 11.... 12.... 13.... 14.... 15.... ....2454 ....2152 ....2287 ....2417 ....2444 ....2427 ....2435 ....24H0 ....2430 ....2280 ....2410 ....241G ....2422 ....2427 ....2421 1C, 17.. IS.. 19. 20.. 21.. ..2421 . .242!t '..2423 . .2124 . .24.T. . .2121 ..2270 . .2l:!'i . .2420 ,.2,11) , .24"))i .2122 ..2129 24. 25., 2(1., 27., 28., 29. . 20., 31.. 22SO The above Is a correct statement of i the rrrulatlon of The Cairo Itulletiu ! torthe year 1108 and for the month of j January, 1909. CLVD13 SULLIVAN, j Business Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me tula 3rd day of February, 1909. j LEO J. Kl.EB, ! Notary Public. ' The Bulletin is on sale at the fol-j lowing places: . ! Coleman's, 214 Eighth Street. Halllday House News Stand. Blue Front Restaurant. j i In hia dialogue communication else where In this paper the "Country Club" correspondent lKiints cut scnc of the objections to the "registration' law," which Is proposed by the Puij Ballot League for adoption in Cairo; at the coining city election. The j matter of expense Is mont'owl, ruelj the matter of dlsfranchlneuK'iit off voters, unless guard An rue and the uaceitninty of purity good citizens are placed on vhich ;s rtKard.d as difficult, j- to all thvsf objections ar t:vv. Whatever is worth ctfts somefhlnR in effort equivalent, and is generally what It costs; the election 1 bavin. or it? wortli aw also! disfranchises voters unlosa thv ai pear and person to vote, yet we do not ! say repeal the election law; and,, third, good citizens would be niuchj more likely to take an active pait in( 'lections under the registration law; than under present conditions, be-i cause they would not then be com pelled lo stoop to the vile thhigs that' now they mrst stoop to In order ti make any impression on the result. The eKecutive board of the "Pure Ballot League" has a circular - nouncement elsewhuv In this palmer to which attention is directed. M.ttttittmittttttttt 1 TODAY IN HISTORY k r 43 1 i 1 m t ' March 0. ' 1805 Minnesota, east, of sippi river, made the a Mi ;sls part of Michigan territory. 1S20- -Authority was given by con gress to the people cf Missou ri to l.n in a state constitution.' -General I'liilip II. .Sherid.ii 1831- bom. Died August 5. li.sS. 1838 John Stevens, iineu'.i.r a.il, , founder of , American patent ,1a w.s, died in New Vol k. l'.oi n there lu 1718. 1SC1 Fort Brown, on ibe Rio Cramb river, sui rendered lo 111.' Con-: fedeiates. 1888 Louisa May Alcott. lamiu writer cf books for children, died in Boston. Horn in Jer mantown, Ba No. IS22. biography. Schuyler Collax Craves, a note! physician and surgeon, was born in Kalaniazoo, Michigan, March C, ls:,. ITnder commissiou o f major from President McKinb j, received in i s:s, lie served during the Spanis'u-Amei i can war as chief ruigeun of the Fust Brigade, Third Division, Fourth Army Corps, and was utationed at Tampa, Florida, and Huntsville, Alabama. Attttf ttltttttttf ttttttttl; l CAIRO IN 1875 a m : mitmuitiiiiummu (From The Cairo Bulletin published by John H. Oberly). H. Rloms the erocer. corner Rev. rath street and Washington avenue, j was building a brick addition to bis ctere. I On October 12th F. Brcss wirv.li TU Bulletin from 1'eoria that John H. Olierly was elected Grand Master iif the Utl.i tvilows of Illinois. The Episcopal parish school wits removed from the corner of Tenth street and n uwiiniRtoii avenue to a uulMing at tile corner of Thirteenth u:id Washington avenue. The Ancient Order of Hibernians fiiivo a Brand ball and Kupper at Sc heel's ball, on October 18th which wan largely attended. .Tin' P. Holier! a of the Jackson County Kra and Carbondale Southern llliiu.isiiii. was married to Mf:-s I.il lie Ozlmrn, ot M in pin shorn, on Oc tol.er 21st. Creole City flour. Charles (i.ilii;h.-r of tin Hliic iM'Oii at I. an I ra.lucati faii-i. imiiiiifactiii Cairo, earii- tli the .Si. bv off mis In October two little and Mrs. R. 11. Cuimin; .lil.lithe: ia, within a f. v tlier. sons of Mr. li&hl .11 da;,-; of d of el. h l.ol Ii. Mj.e r.. I ii? lit i ut the c (now in o.-t.. Woeld i ro- H. of St - U HI or i: Poll': adverted A. Whit li caiii.n i th.it he t,.T on-1 ii I ; t.ie i ne business. LEGAL DECISIONS v i niMi in tiiLiiiiiiu . Muiicianr. riiit in the ill! Federal i.ttd a roof A' e Servants -Th bank case of 111 re Caldwell Reporter. Fil".. had opcr nardeit. IVtilion. -is. wl:o were musicians, tor a lterim! of throe ii;cnths, had been drawing sol'', se ductive melodies from their iust ru in. -nts. but ill that time had be. n un able lo draw anything else, claimed to l-e servants, within meaning of the te.ie.a! kitikr rhey the iptf.v Wl -lite.) act ciilil'iiii; tin in to no lit ul tin ir wa'.'i s s tales t:-l l il t Court musician, employed 1, prioiiU ol . The r h.ld that tli-- moatii regular wages, while n.,t, a "nietii.i! servant," is siili on.- within the ba.ik-repti-y statute. Rfleasft of Promise of Marriage In Hen lei von v. Spr.iten. ; I'a. ilic Reporter. 11. it. appeared that 1111 parties cohabit jtel subse.picnt t i de fi udant's promise to marry plaintiff ami at his Inst nice and retpi.'st. sh" Bi'liuitted to severe surgical opera tions, cruising her serious injuries find unlit tlm: her to perform domestic ar. 1 wifely duties. In consi.leiatii n of her atiieemi-iit to release him from sis promise of man lase be asreed to take care of her and support her as long as she suffered .from her injuries tllti claim wan mainly that there v.a-: no eonsidi ratioti lor the contrad and that Dure could he no novatitn cf a contract. The Stiptvnip Comt I vo.il V Colorado Ti.l I'uiT loaT vttit Tii fen !:i'i' in (-"ii-to sur ptvu'i !e , :.".iH'ii'. to release, t'a .1 from the promise rd" mart I'lyr sl.leratlon of bis agreement port and liitiiutain lie;-, r.n 1 her with medical aftetnlanep. w;r; not ml stitnliiiK a valid coiitr ict for :i , , ,.. .a, l!lUinif ., ,.,. iiact and releasing the defeu.iant from a leeal contract. American Democracy. Privy Coma ilior Zuntz, on his re turn to lierliii, in u-r a throe-mouths' visit to the I niied States, delivered a lecture before the students of ihe In dustrial hinh Bcbnol of that city, in whiih he bad much to say in praise of American students and of the college system uu.ler which they were trained. "Our stiiib'iits," he said, "can help themselves financially only by teach ing. Thu American student has the advantage in this respect, because without losing caste or dignity, he can breuk stone, act as a waiter or porter, or do work at any trade. It is not an infrequent occurrence that a youiia man acts as a waiter at a gathering of people where he is received as an cqiial as soon as his menial dutkn have been performed." Why They Don't Clap. "Have you seen the near woman. Mucd.? Odell?" she "No. You oui,ht to see her. perfect asked. And if ed, you you want to be really am ought to go and watch the men gazing at her wide-eyed, the men with their wives. They are taking in ail lu r p r f.ct points, but they are afraid to ap plaud tier on 'account of their wives. That beautiful, near pet feet woman leaves the stage nearly every time without a handclap ou account of the WlVfH " How He Lost Out. "It seiied me ribt," sighed the bachelor. "I ought to have remem bered that women have no ,-u.se of humor." "What's gnawing you now?" queried the Inquisitive friend. "Why, during leap year a pretty nirl with an obese fortune proposed to me. and I said 'no,'" explained the bach elor, "thinking, of course, she would take it for granted that my 'no' meant "yes,' but she simply let it go at that." One Was Lacking. "We thought yon would be married by now," they told the girl. "The last time we saw you you were with a fel low you seemed po fond of." "You did." she sighed, "i wag j still am awfully fond of him. but, you see, it takes two to get married." What She Went For. First Shopgirl Miss lilank U going away. eV-cond Shopgirl Is eh- b:. in for good? First Shopslil No, tor better or UNCLE HENRY OIM WOMEN They Know How to Be Curious But Men Make Blunders. "Women are curious." said I'ih b Henry, when he wits quilt) sure r;he was down at the other end of the Hat. "What 1 mean Is they have curiosity. Any fool knows they're curious, inclin ing queer. "Yes, sir, they never take anything for granted. Men alwavs do. that is married men. They do if they know what's good for 'em. Y'ou hear iue. son? "Now, take the man that ate the1 first oyster. He was a woman, more than likely. That is to say, tdie was probably a man. Y'ou know, 'twas a woman ate it. or else she put him up to it. Probably got him to open the shell and then double dared him, same as Eve. "Her dealre to know whether it would poison him, together with his dodbusted pride, laid the foundation to the Immortal oyster fry In a box, of which, young friend, she has been the midnight recipient ever since. See what 1 mean? Hu gut the first oyster and she got the information and all the rest of the future oysters. "Now Adam Of course he wasn't married to start with. He was merely happy. Tben the snake gave him curiosity, which he bad no business with, and he began to wonder what a woman looked like. One came along and married him. And marriage then became the mother of invention, ami has been ever since. Oct the idea? Aii the sons of Adam are a lectio tainted like. "Don't gu by me, sou. Look at his tory. Hannibal, he had curiosity; the j male kind. He was itching to tee I what sort of a collar and elbow cus tomer Scipio was. lie wanted to .-:'- Sclpio very badly, lie saw him very badly, and he saw bis tiiiUh at the j same tune. "And how 'bout Haroun Al-Raschld. the original Arabian date maker?" to was c'jiions. Ho you know what hap pened to him, Son? No? Well, neither do I, but it was sure something awful. "And Richard the Lion H..urte-rt, and Peter the Hermit, and the painw d led skins who wondered what I'.iliy Rep a wanted with their golf links; an i Wiley Riley, and Gen. Izy Putnam and Cotton Mather and Aguiaa'uo -how 'bout 'em? All curious, by gracious, and dodging bricks. That Ii. the survivors. "See what I mean? Jlan's got r.o business tiyin? to be curious success fully. No, sir. Now take me. I'm not more than so so ori wondering about things. Wb. n I slip my foot an 1 begin probiitK around i -.'et i.d i You hear me, sorT' I "et mine p!-'!:ty. "Last Tuesday 1 think it was. I comes homo along about the uvular time feeling round about the usual -way, 4 ges-i -aftd-fakes off tuy r-h' ': puts on my slipper and honso co r. and wairs for the dinner b'-ll. "All right. , Pretty soon it bc-fina to ring. Up I gets and goes in to dinnei. j Like that. All right. " 1 "Say, son, he had a layout there that was something neat and nobby. The hand that wields the ladle rules the world, all right. Our cook came with a trunk full of references that ninelled like chirography exhibits in a divorce suit. She had references in every language but you can't eat ref erences. "Put my wife Is some cook herself. You know what she had done? She had chased the cook for the day and bad got up the whole feed herself. Honest, non, I could have kicked ni 6i If for eating lunch. " 'Henry,' she says, 'sit down.' sh" says, 'and eat It all up," she says. I cooked it for you.' "Well, you know me. a glass of water, and strong when We passed I started with I was going the bet quar- ter with a near cup of black coffee a piece of pie like mother cou and Jut make If she got the recipe direct from Mrs. (labriel. When I romped across 'he finish line with a toothpick In one hand and a finger bowl in the othi r I was txi contented and peaceful I was breathing to the tune of 'Now I La.. Mc Down to Sleep.' "Then cloion: Then the house of cards ctuiiipled up Into ;i landslide and I got it .good. At that p. holot'b ai moment, u.s tbcv sav in the claries. 1 hi 'JaU to how in wonder 1; . The fact y, w In rejote .. U 1 be;,.n to curious. "'Wife,' I says with diflicul'y on ac count of the too much feed. 'it.-,' 1 says, 'aoct pt the jusuraiues uf my i-steenieil com, ideialion. You have lorie youiselt proud," I says. 'And, pil'.hee,' 1 says, 'why this unusual but most delectable lepusto banquet?' 1 says. 'Hid you expect company?' I t-.iys. "'No,' she says, I didn't expect any thing," she says, 'and that is just what I got,' she says, like that, lijit of dis aiiiecable. It may iuti te-t you to know, H my,' she says, "that il.i. is our w.-ib ling aniiivi rsarj ," she says, or it may not, now you have eaten my lovely food and are not likely to get any nioie,' the says. 'Y'ou forcot our w ii. ling day, Henry, and luy feelings are hurt,' nhe says, 'so I sha n't forget it e ver,' she says. "And she won't forget it, cpler. Xiither will I. She's got It In for me now for fair. Too much curiosity, sou. ' The only safe way for a man is to nevtr open his mouth unh ss he's go ing to put something into is. The min ute you b't anything out you spoil the pic lure. "When a man beglnr to ask bis wife lUtstious, Just thai minute he begins lu luake a boite lik a .vt.U" The Erfy Bird. The man who thinks be Is going to RUciee.) ineiely Ij.-cshi be. t' ls UJI eiilj is iikclj to be a l.!iiie. r FOR. K.U nml manr tlrti hy .Miaul!. rimt. b. . It you littv rto tir i.ii..i lu )ioue, Iwru or slur, yvl rl.l i.f tli. hi ultli STEARNS' ELECTRIC RA T and ROA CH PASTE tiitM'iilv piiMtMiitflt'tfrnitiitor. Aiurd'l C oirfcriiiM'lif ninl thr vermin. lri vm mt "J tuicuoutuf tliebuuttfi .uu. Motivjr back if It fail. Siot h.iXV; 1ft ..z K t 1 IK) S.-M ; Ift.'Z b.. 1 IK) S..I.I or ,n.ixpf prepaid -gSATff vu rvrf i (1 ftUarn' Electric PatC, GOOD COOKING IS CLUB'S AIM. Six Brooklyn Men Say They're Proof Against Culinary Lures. New York Sworn to celibacy and the protection of their clubhouse and home from any encroachment by the fair sex. the Six Merry Bachelors are now comfortably Installed at CuS At lantic avenue, Brooklyn. The liaeheloia" Home club is the name that appears upon their sta tionery and it is an odds on wager that none of it has been received by any of the girls. The by laws of the organization con tain this significant clause: "No mem bers of the opposite sex are to be al lowed within this club. Any members who wish to see holies must call upon them elsewhere. This is an organiza tion which is not Interested in Wom an's FUffruso. but Is vitally interested in making homo interesting to men who desire the Joys and comforts of true bat helorhood- and good cooking. The Bachelors' Home club is inter-J national in its personnel. There are j one Kngllshuian, one Norwegian, una i Swede, one German, one Roumanian and one American. "We have solved the secret of th lonely bachelor," said .Manager K. A. Yeungniark. "We solved it by bandimt six bachelors In a clone brotherhood and consigning the loneliness of one liiill bedroom to the ash . heap. have all the comforts of home and ex cels ufVy prepared food. "Moreover, we havo six other appli cants who would join the organization, and in May we propose to take a house. "We nil do our own housework rooking, washing and general house cleaning and there Is not another i bachelor cluh in Brooklyn like ours. I There are thousands of lonely btich I elors in the city to day, living In small J furnished rooms, who have no appre- elation of the 'all the home comforts' i of such a club as ours." WA3HTUB AWAITS BAD WOMEN. Iowa Judge Will Make Fair Prisoners Work, Too. Pea Moines, la. Punishment such as will in:tke most women shudder has been prescribed by Criminal Judge Jesse Miller of Polk county for all women convict, d at Ton vtct i d aTTTT-lie u le n ced by him to the county jail. No more easy days to rear! novels and dream of romance, reality and punishment Is the tlon of the court. The jailers, dime Stem the judge's Instructions, have secured the proper paraphernalia for adminis tration and thete will be no retracting i from the orders. The decree has gone forth. Fvery woman committed to the county jail will be commuted to hard labor at the washtub. Since this announcement a wave of reform among womn offenders has commenced. Judge Miller believes the washtub work the hardest that can be imposed upon women. Not only will this punish the wom en, says the judge, but it will save the county a big laundry bill. Men com mitted to the jail have the rather prosaic roi k pile as their means of oc cupation. T;o;c i; to be no discrim ination. Woim-H with soft hands and polished nail.- who fall under the ban of the coiiit will have to plunge Into the washtub just the same as other of fenih'is. ESKIMO TO SEEK POLE. Sole Survivor of Band Brought Here by Lieut. Peary. New York. Not only will Mene Kee .shco, the young F.shimo who Is the sole survivor of a band brought hero by ConiiiKinder Peary in l.S9f, remain in thi.i city to study civil engineering, but wh"n he completes his education be Intends to head a polar expedition. I icing an FNkiino, Mctie naturally thinks be is w.li Htteil to endure tho b.ir.lsbips of the far north. "The explorers who are trylns to find the north pole; now don't know how to do It," he says. "They fit out comfortable ships with a crew of 5u, carrying electiic lights and things to make life pass pleasantly up there, whete th y know It will be lonesome. They Ftay in a comfortalite harbor un til spring and then make a dash to see how f;ir I hey can go. "The north pole will never he dis covete.i in s;iich a way. The man who finds It will go as far as he can In one season and make a permanent camp there until the next season." Next to Sunshine pure air ami deep l-reruhinp, ths best medicine for all run down con eliUomj of t'tie rt.uc. u'i, wives and liloocL it that Urtfailine; rcr.o.aler, restorative and tonic Seedam'4 f r 3' i X. laanau TAFT'S SECRETARY OF STATE V1 i -. i'!wl'rfriiili i-npyi iut by elluiliiit. Wastiin tl.'ii, 1'. C. .fWmwX In I fc &&iJkM -4. a . r 'xv. afc&i&,&& Wv4 LlIIT-T 1HIIMIII lllltBWMMS ! I I ITfff Philander C. Knox of Pennsylvania, secretary of ctate In the cabinet of President Taft, Before accepting his present post Secretary Knox was senator from his state, OUITS "AD" HUSBAND WIFE LEAVES HUSBAND PICKED FROM 1,000 PROPOSERS. Mrs. Struvnez Finds Snags in Honey moon Trait More Joys in Single ness Than Bride's Philos ophy Kenned. Chippewa Falls, Wis. Just one month ami Mrs. Prances Livingstone Struvnez, who was Miss Prances Liv ingstone, leaned back In content and told a newspaper man it paid to ad vertise. Mrs. Struvnez, alter 1 .000 proposals by letter in answer to her advertise ment for a hii.-band, hau changed her name that. day. Now rho bus recanted that senti ment and says marriage was a failure In her case. A honeymoon trial -of miiy-3-O-tJay sutheed lo convince Mrs. Struvne?. there were more joys in single bless edness than had been dreamed of In h.-r philosophy. So she has left her "want ad" helpmate and gone back to her home near the village of Boyd. ' From the great mass of proposers Miss Livingstone chose Louis Struv nez of Dorchester. WW, a widower with two children. After the ceremony the bride went to live with her bus band and his children. The coude Issued a statement to a local paper requesting that no more bo printed about, them, saying they were satisfied with their lot. and Wanted to live in peace. Perfect bliss aipareiJly followed the union, and it w;is a shock to their neighbors when the bride parked up her suit case and announced she was on the point of ilepr.i t ni e. Mrs. Struvnez wiil not state the ex act cause for her latest step, nor whether she will apply for a divorce. Mrs. Struvnez, when idte was Miss Livingstone, had faith in the theory that everybody of her sex has some body of another sex waiting around for him or her some place. She fiddled around her home town until one day. she mad" up her mind she wanted to get mat tied. Now, of course, there were unmarried men In and about Boyd, and perhaps they were marriageable, and maiiiige:ihle, and even agreeable. But they did not suit MWs Livingstone; and still confi dent that iJon:ewiieie the voice of love was c.-illiti!.' for her, she resolved to meet the call a' bant half way. That's the r'iiMit) she tidverti::".!. And that's the rea-eui she v.ax Jubi lant after the marriauo ceremony win performed. over having, as she thought, proved conclusively her idea that it was easy enough to 11 ml the right mate if you go at It In the light way. ' Win n she placed h r advertisement In the local paper she didn't expect to net more than a d"Cen replies. The press of two hemispheres took up the Ftory and soon answers begn pouring In. When the number reached l.OuO she began the work of classification and elimination. By this method she became con vinced Struvnez was the nearest to being be,- ideal. She sent for him. he nril"ed. the next day they went for the license, and so they were mar ried. Reaches Goal After 25 Years. Canal Hover. O. When Marvel Barnhlll took the oliice cf probate Judge of Tuscarawas county he ob tained an honor he has sought a long time. Twenty-five years ago he was a candidate for the office, and was a candidate either for the nomination or tlie office at every sui ceeding elec tion, except where Hie incumbent was n man belonging to his party, the Pern oeratic, and was up for reelection. The Only Limit. Men do lets than they ouvht unle't.i UeJ do iui Uiattilt y e. Ctuljri v BACHELOR HAS SNAKE IN HAT. Believes It Drives Away Pain That Comes witn Neuralgia. St. Louis. James Barker, a bach elor. 7:: years old, living at Wiiidoiu, in St. Louis count', has a snake in bis bat. Otheis have- bad snakes in their hats and also In their boots, but Bark or is a temperate nitnoiign not a healthy man. He keeps this snake in nis iiat, ne sajs, net ause it is a sure cure for the most virulent form of neuralgia. Recently he visited the courthouse at Clayton to get, em the pauper list While wailing to have the blank filled out lie took off bis hat. Reposing in the toi) of his headpiece was a snake v utility Clerk Rhul was frightened when be saw it. Knowing bis own so briety, he wanted to test it on the iiet-ro jauitor and bad him invest! gate. i In ti they asked the bachelor for an explanation. He said he suffered untold agony I nun neuralgia, which jcaused his lace to swell to large pro portions. A friend told him to put a snake in his hat. Now the snake is writhing inside his hat and be is bothered no more. Bark er says he would rather have the snake w rithe oil his head than writhe with pain himself. In any event the snake slides down the Incline of bis bald pate inside the hat, and now lie has no more neural gia than has the couit house tower. SAD PLIGHT OF 24 VOTERS. Little Strip of Cleveland Suburb Is Left Out in Annexation. Cleveland, C If a community of In telllgent, ambitious Ametican citizens is amputated lyiwilllngly from the body politic of a village which is in a hurry to become part of a big, bad city, what is to become of it? About a hundred of the inhabitants of Cuyahoga comity are wondering what Is the answer. So far the answer seemed to be: nothing. That is, it- said community is to become nothin so far as being a municipal unit Is concerned. The people who live In tho strip tif territory bounded by P. nn street, the Nick.-l Plate railway ..n I the Ike Sbo. '.... :.., in Colli!:'.' od will be in ju.st that plight when the rest of the village finally becomes a pnrt of Cleve land. Not only will they be in this sad plight, but ft is a question whether they wiil ever get out of it. ft takes at least 110 qualified voters to make a township. In the stiip there are only 24. Some say it must be 23. That means no mayor, 110 vlllae coun cil, jail, constable t:or anything tdse. Worst of all, no right to lire protec tion or power to build pavements, lay sewers or Issue bonds (lit refor. There are. not more than 20 hoilr.es in the area and not a school or church. Finds New P'nts for U. 3. Washington. - N. K. Hanson, who for tight months has heen traveling Ihtough Russia, Siberia, Central Asia, Turkestan and northern Africa in quest of new vaiieties of alfalfa and clover for cultivation in this country, iias it turned wiib more than 300 lots of seeds jii.d j hints. Hu found two new varieties of alfalfa In a section of Siberia where the mercury freezes and there is 110 snow. 1 lie department of agriculture will experiment with the new plants In northwestern states Eachelora' and Widowers' Tax. Saute Fe, N. M. A bill has been in troduced lu the New Mexico leg islature providing for the clas sification o" bachelors and widowers and the levying of tax against them. Bat helots between the ages of 23 and I". lo pay $10 aiinur.l tax and widowers a'HI be roiiiiro.l to pay 1't annual tax The rev ni'.- Item (he source Is to provide supp. it f"r immariled women. ThB Cairo Bulletin Is the only Cal n paper with th service of tho Aano r(ted 1'rtM. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois. Population 1C,Ur. Clerk, H. A. HATOHER. Treasurer, THOMAS 13! MAIIONEi City Attorney. FUAMC MOOR13. Comptroller, ERNEST NORDMAN. ToUeo Magistrate, A. J. ROSS. Chief of Police, M. S. EC3AN. Alexander County, Population 27,467 County Clerk, JESSE E. MILLER. Circuit Clerk. ALFRED BROWN. Sheriff, FRANK E. DAVIS. States Attorney, ALEX. WILSON. County Superintendent of Schools, PROF. S. 13. C.OTT. Assessor and Treasurer, FRED D. N ELLIS. Board of County Commissioners. J. J. JENNELLE, Chairman. c. v. n'i:fI' v DR. EDWIN GACSE. TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RYS Hl'll I tiiA dm due lu leave Seotmd Hi. 10. Ut.ll LI1IC tnK north on t'ciuuuerelal Ave every 10 inliuiuu trout tl . in. lu II p. ui. tiuliiK 11. .rlli. 011 Walnut t.every Ikuilnultii from i.aiS a. 111 to W.'.ti p. 111. Pnnlir CI lino Holhrook Avs. ear due I UfMdl OX. MIlC t leave Hrcoud Ml. ko Iiiij iiortli on lliilbriHik , at G:'i7;tC'Z7; H.H.i.Ll 7:1:! a.m. an.l 011 tnu uaniu mlauli every bout until lu:l-' and 11:12 p. m. t.elnif went 1111 Teuty Klutuh HI. at (;4l; ti.lu; fi::i. HAS an.l 7:01 a. 111. an. tun yame uila ut.tf every l.uiir until lU.'M ami 11:04 u. ui. Poplar St. . am Uiiti lu pasN St. Mary' ( ark lb liniuiUn after leaving Heuund Ht. Bell line Owl Cars rVm m.; 1 : a. 111.; 'i-:J a. m.; 8 A) a. m.; :SUa. iu.; j:;ii a. iu. Nurlli on Commercial- 12 1. 111. I I. m. IS, 111. II a. in. 4 a. 111. G a. 111. Melt ainltiwl cam aredua to ai Wes Thlrty-louilri Ml. lb uitiiulca aftur luavlu Sueund Si. BOOTS AM) SHOES Manufactured. Repaired. Win k 111 at I y nn. I .pilik Iv dene by machine ur by I1.111.I. In tug your hlieca lieft' w lien lu net .1 i.f repair,. E. 11IALMI Fill R OS t'uiumerclal- Ni s.1 to Motel Mai Ion. Educate iSKOGOOD 3-1 Jbn 60 Mr Sah'Ij.vcs ' ofBitsf.xiss IjifhAcn- SrAmsiHr. h YulhIaiko NAGtDlMWS To -Ut rtrO Ti;r hvt fRas rioru tfo'-m 1 You (AslAroso Nor U PRICES WITHIN EASY REACH 0E ANY BUSINESS. Ill IS QUOTE YOU. THE BULLETIN CO. Th Holt kefiMklnf Drlsk la tk Hull ' ltv hot) i.rs It all ffMtt Uara, lrorrM aa4 Rtaad W. J. NlCMOl.H. K. P. KlIC.TMC. .Iuiin M. M eKillAl 1.. Kilcoyne Electrical Co. House Wiring and Fixture Work a Specially. HLADOLAK1LKS 1211 Sixth .Street. r hones: I See cs fur Conlncls. North German Lloyd Lar,FHrtcij Luxuriou- Tto Scrt Hqulp.xd SV 'ti sod Shirlt.' M;al I To mWifi and Ihe CONTINENT I tt't'.i Sail in , T ill- 1 tu -i ' I in. ( 111 itiitx ric it tit i N "i ii(.it'r i . ' ' . "K ' 1 1 t till 'Kiii';t wtiijf iiu it.'-- TCil'f ii'wliit ilrtfn-. T ;" r ' "'! :u I I..' 1 1 I t. r- 1.. FI.V10l I II. i ril.lUtlH KU. 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