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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1909.
For ooooooooooooooooooooooo o VANT'ADSt o o o o o o o o & o o o o o Q IH TXIJfi CAIRO &UUE5YIH MM RES AD JSVKHY MORN mG IN EOOO JFAMILI!B. The Want Columns of the Bulletin are conuUcd by hundreds of people every morning la search of real estate bargains, articles for sale, lost ot fotrnd, alt nations wanted tid vacant. RATHSi Onti IiisortiUm, per word . . Three Insertions, pet word . One Wee!, psr word .... One Month, per word . , . fins advertisement Inserted for ics.i ihtm 2ZQ, O0E&OOOOQOQe$CO5SB PEOPLES COLUMN Rates For Classified Notices. Ono insertion, per word 01 Th no Insertions, per word OVA Ono week, per word 05 One mouth, per word 15 No advertisement inserted for lefS than twenty-five centH. FOR RENT. I Oil nfCNT Good buslncBe place tt 1311 Washington avenue Is for rent, store room 25xS0. Apply to John Pourgols FOR RENT Room at 338 8th St. FOR RF.NT Five li'll liOciiKt street. mi t li street. room cottage at Apply 410 Sov- FOR ItKNT Two separate office moms nt CIS Ohio street. Apply Hal liday Estate Office. FOU KENT Oil LEASE Two story P.rlck store buildinK 1107 Commer cial avenue. Apply Thistlewood & Co YM Ohio street. FOR RKNT-rVieely furnished front r oin. Apply 330 Fifth street. FOR KENT Furnished room, mod ern eoU'iileneos, 31S Sixth street. FOR KENT. Nicely furnished itiiius, till Walnut street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 41' Figiith street. FOR RENT Two rooms near postuffie 1 tin office. nicely furnished Apply at Bui WANTED TO BUY. WANTED A four or six foot cigar case at K C. restaurant, 311 Ohio fctreot. FOrt SALE. HR SALE Two lota facing on up r Washington avenue, in refine, State of Illinois. Alexander County, .. To the May term. A. D. 1'iii:i, .1. in . l.oro I!i IMing & Loan Af sn. v.;. .loiius P.. D'moim bo. Amanda ICo n nolle and S. W. Morton. Bill of forc i Insure. Affidavit of the non-residence if the sell Julius B. Perouoho, Amand i i roiiclio and S. W. Morton, defeid Mils, impleaded above, having been liiod iii said cause; now you. the said nt ov; caned non rosiih nts, Julius II. ' r.)i;c!.e. A in, in. 1.1 Deroucho and S. '. Morten are hereby notified that ro above nanu'd complainant, filed it; bill to foreclose mortqage against joii iu said court on And thereupon January l.'th, suiunions va. FIRST OF THE SEASON! POPULAR EXCURSION TO VIA i Tickets will be sold (or train No. 21 at 3 a. in. Special Excursion Train at 3:30 a. m. and train No. 6 at 2:35 p. in. All tickets good returning nn any Illinois Central train Icaing SI. louis up and tneloding Monday, March 29,1909. IN'o Badd&ric Checked on Excursion Tickets J. II. J0ES, Ticket Anent, Cairo. U. fl. BRILL, S. G. ilATCn, D. P. A., St. Louis. G. P. A., Chicago. For Half a Century Wood's Fever Pills have been known as the only sure cure for Chill and Fever and all iillloun and Malarial disease. As a Wood I'urlflur and In building up a run down system tiny have no equal. Sale by all Local Druggists, fl O o o o o c .0) .02 i .05 .15 neighborhood, lot In crrieo. Address X. Y. Z Bui- FOR SALE- Nine lots in Block No. i, at. Thirty-seventh and High land streets. 1!. JN1. Jlarr, Eas I'rairie, Mo. FOR SALE One new cash register Swoboda Uros. National HELP WANTED- MALE. WANTED Agents to ready selliii article that handle a is well ree- oinmendod by your own cltizelis. Large profits. Call at 713 Washington avenue, up stairs. WANTED 30 tinners at Memphis. Open shops, steady work to good nu n. Address Tinner, car Bulletin. WANTED Railway Mall Clerks, ?S: 0 first year. Examinations in Cairo May lath. Preparation free. Write Immediately. Franklin Institute Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Laiid represi ii'ta'lvos to company wan In handle Illinois commission hut territory. Baeca Co., Odd Follows Ind. counties; iilieral must cover the (irant Development Hldg., Indianapolis, MISCELLANEOUS. Marsh Milk Depot. Sweet milk. Sweet cream. llom Plsjme 477-L. 1100 Washington avenue. SITUATIONS WANTED Advertisements of not exceeding three lines will he accepted free tor one week's time from any reader of The Bulletin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of fice of The Bulletin Company, 703 Ohio street. The Bulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any ad vertisemclt or statement niado there hi and will not accept uuder this heading the notice of any person known to lie employed. WANTED I'lacc to horse work will to girl. tlii:5 office. do general Address (Mr I issued ii turnalile to the February i t"rm, Petri of said court, and at naid ! i 'riu said cause was continued for j service to the May term, l!lo;i. Now unless you and each of you I shall be and appear before said court on the fust day thereof, to be holden ' In the court house in the City of Cairo, County of Alexander and Stale Inforrsnhr on the second Monday of j said month of 'May, lf(iM, to answer plead or demur to said bill, the mat tors and thines therein charged will i be taken as confessed against you. i ALFRED BROWN, ! Circuit Clerk. Dated this March 11th, A. D. 100(1. ; James Lingle, Sol. for Complainant. LOUIS TKursdaypar J5, 1909 $3 "RoW Trip $3 Stocks, Bonds, Cereals j NERVOUS III SHINS CLOSFD UP Was Yesterday's Stock Market Lat ter Part of Session Letharigc Channes Trivial. New York, March 18. The early- stock market today developed a good deal of playing for position on the, part id" the profesional element which made the market active yesterday after the new tariff bill was offered in congress. These tentative opera lions failed to demonstrate the exist ence of any outside dealings and they were given over as the day pro gressed, leaving the later market in almost as lethargic a condition' as that of last week. The publication of tho Route of the bill as it comes from the ways and means committee of the house seems not to nave relieved tne speculative- apprehension that business will lie held in check in nil lines un til the final form of the a."t is .1 termined. That many weeks will be consumed in arrivlnk nt that determ ination with the best efforts to ex pedite is not gainsaid dby the most hopcfrl. The stock market today was In clined to adjust its views to the prob able period of inactivity in its busi ness in sympathy with the watinj? attitude of general business. The first dealings today showed a sharp rise in prices. Yesterday had brought seme selling orders into the market. The decline In prices which resuUed again developed a demand from un covered ehorts. Still later efforts to bid up prices against the hears again met sufficient selling orders to hold the market in check. The amount of space given to the publication questioning the state of E. if. Harriman's health and discus sing the alleged and subsequently contradicted intention of that gentleman- to retire would have been fond for sensation in a more Inflam mable state of speculative sentiment but the matter was passed ovtr placidly. The terms of the plan of the Great Western ororganiziition evidently do not appeal to the holders of the stocks, an 1 they continued to de cline todaq. Reports of an intended cr.nferenco among the copperr pro ducers to concert measures for cut tine down the output, while they Sacked official confirmation, admit tedly renresente.l the wishes rf In fiuentlal interests In that trade. PROVISIONS. Firm; creamery Bt'TTER 21 fa :,oif . CHEESE Firm and unchanged. EriCS Firmer; Western l'K 20'i. COFFER Options closed steady nt net advance 5f 1." points. Kales 20,- j0 bags. March 073 : spot steady; No. 7 Rio S;!i mild quiet; Cordova n-1i(S 13. Sl'OAR Raw strong; fair refining 12(f) 3 -IS Vb: centrifugal ! test 3ft.Tfr :!08U.: molasses sugar 317? 323'i ; refined steady. NEW YORK MONEY. New York, March 1S. Money n call easy 1 ?4 rn 2 per cent, closing hid per cent. Time loans quiet and easy, sixty days i'AOiiVt per ccik; ninety davs 2' per cent; six months xSi'i per cent. Prime mercantile paper 3,2r" 1 per cent. Mormig ex change steady, demand 4SS.30; sixty .lays 1St;.20fi i80.3 Bar silver f.OU NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, March IS. Today Saturday Close .. C,Si ..EM'S, . ..103'i ..B12'' ..107'i .. 72 . .177Vi ..HI , .. 327M .. 4 I i .. 85Vi ...1lo-"i .,112 Vi ... 15 4I ..ir.mi .. fiS7; ... 40-".; ..125'g ...13S .. 31 ..130 ...112V4 ...12fl-i ... 23'i' . . 2!i . ..11-S'i ... 21 ..17S7' .. 4 Hi ..lM'i ...r17','. .. 4M,i .. ti'iU Close 1"0H lo:;-; 102V't BI71i 72 k i:s 114 n it'J 45 85 111 4 1I2U 15 41 130',i fil", 41 -7i l2S'i i::s 31 130 113 1 2!Hi -.jlMi , ?4'4 178', 454 111', 18 13i Atnal. Copper Am. Sugar Rf, Atchison .... Do. , Pid. . . B. and O. B. R. T C. an ! N. W. C. M. ami St. V Colo. F. ani I I. D. and R. G ., Do Pfd t;t. Nor. pm. Illiiioi; Central Inter. Mels. .. Do. Pfd !. and N Mo Pac M. K. and T. . N. Y. C , Vor Pac Pac. Mail .... Penn Peojfle's Gas . Reading Rock Island ., Do. "Pfd Sen. "Pac Sou.,. Ry. ln ioi Pac. .. i; S. Steel Do. Pfd Wabash ' . . Do.. Pbl Wesrt'in I'nion GOVERNMENT BONDS. j Refunding 2"s reg...10Ii.; Rtdg. 2's coupon ...K'l'a 101 'i 101 101 119 1201J Registered 3's 101 Corpon 3's 101 New 4's rcg 1 1 f New 4's coupon 12Vi MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minnaiiolis, Minu.. March IS. WHEAT May 111;; July 115. CASH No. 1 northern 116'4116 h No. 2 northern 114 'ig 114 74. Wheat Market Was Choppy Affair Big Trade in Corn Oais Gener ally Firm. Chicago, March 18. WHEAT Th 1 market was a very choppy affair all lay, sentiment changing from fine ness to weakness and vice versa cu a comparatively small volume of trade. The opening was firm on cov ering on shorts based on1 continued light northwestern receipts. A weak tone cause of selling gram reporting made an official soon developed be ilisidred by a cable that Austria had denial of any iai.'i;- tic.n' of war move mainder of the day Dtning the re prices changed o:i the slightest provocation. The crop news was generally l'avoahle to tte. bears, but the latter apparently were, too timid to make much headway. The close wtis firm with net gains of to Vj'r's. No. 2 red 121 12 J; ; No. 3 re-! lI5ifal22Vs:. No. 2 hard 11 5 i lis; No. 3 hard 1 10(o in,;. May opened U VI; highest llii'i; highest 11t;; lowes t 113'vi; closing 1 p; , m 1 1 C-;;. hsing 110V4 g:gTi;-ETA01N SHR July KM1,--.. CORN There was a big trade in orn and the market was strong th--neater part of the day. The shorts bought freely owing to the eunfiniv; tlou of largo business for exnort vhicii had been "worked"' her yestei lay. Tito official forecast of unset led weather also brought out some leiliaild. Prices declined cboiit 1' the first hour but quickly recovered The close was U to ':'.?;" higher. No. 3 t; ft (i."i; No. 3 while t;i;tr.!. ;:yk; No. 3 ji-dlow (l."ft tr.U. May opeiK-d (-(P;f; titiv; ; highest t;i;-. lowest C.:,K; closing ('ti'ifi i;i;r duly (Jtiffi. tiOli. OATS Firm near ly all day and th.j was larger than fhorls were ih-- volume oi trailing for several days. priuciiuil bnyeis throng to 'i .V .""I'h; limit the d.'.v. higlier. : standard S-f highest. ." I VI-: !!H. duly 48 Die -close was No. 3 white 5: . May opened lowest ,' closinij UTi4S; RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Chicago. March 1S. The follow in;- car loads reiireseui the davs niou- nuits: ' Flour 31 2:1 Wheat til Cnrtr 110 152 Oats 177 212 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago, March IS. CATTM5 Re ceipts 3,5ii0. Ten to 15 higher. Eleers 5oiift"i 725; cows and heifers 3(i'i(T('550; heifers 305'?; find; bulls 375 T525; calves 35i)'(t 525; stoid;ers and feeders 33of 53'l. HOGS R.H'eipts 2S.O00. Mostly 10 lower. C'hoice heavvy shipidng 80i;s.": butchers 075'!' liS5; light mixed ;:,:,! Mil; libi nMfit t;70; paer.-in-l ti5()) i;7n; pigs 525 ft 1125. SHEEP Receipts 1 l.lM.ti). Steady, sheep 45ii!ii !:',!; lamb.-j ;niKo 7:i0, yeat lings 50'! 725. ST. LOUIS CATTLE. St. .Louis, March IS. CATTLE Receipts lit.'Min. Steady. Na'ive beef steers 35of(i;.S5; sl(;okers at'd feeders 35if; 525: cows and heifer .;eef;t;iHi; calves 525'riSoO; Texas and Indian steers 350?M25. HOGS- Receipts 12,000. Five low er; ranged l25i;:5. NEW YORK GRAIN. New York, March IS. WHEAT Receipts 5,onu; exports 17.000. Spot steady; No. 2 red 123: V 123-",, ele vator and 12 F closed Vi to " f.o.h. afloat, net higher. Options May 120 exports 75 elova- Optioli i CORN 21,0it0. S tor and closed Vi OATS- -Receipts SI ,000; pot steady; No. 2 3'L- fo.bb. alloat. higner. May 37U. -Rit'oipls 27.1'iHl; exports 571 58; 2,0011. white 5 'ft (Jli. Spot "lift 5 qtiiit; mix i-d ;i'2; clipped white PUBLIC NOTICE. Cairo. Illinois. M.uch IS, Ueift. Public notice is hereby given that on the tth day of April. liiOO. at the usual hour and place of tneeiins of ihe rity council of the City of Cairo. Alexander county. Illinois, ib.. under sigtie.I, Cairo Eleclric a:id Trnethm (oiut.aliy, w,d present peiitions a:.d apply to tail city council for a pruv to it, its miTtssors and aiigns, by "idinance. of the right to construct, maintain, lease ami opera'" a sirgl track strtet railway, with sours, curve;: and connections, polos an I wire-, and ail neccssaty or convenient equipment, appliances and appurt" nances for said railway in. upon. ov r and along ih" surlaee of Sro!o' street tirun ih" in''rs ctjon r f Ra.i Hiad Rlr'ft tr the intersection of Wahi?tton Avenue and norosj all it' ejecting ' i -it and public ways in aid City of Cairo. IHInoK CAIRO ELECTRK' AND TRACTION COMPANY. By L. E. FISCHER. General Manager. WEN ARE POWERLESS r Pla-ht Arilsit niirnur Tnlrs Thry Strike at tbe I'aderlj-lnic Cause. To treat Dandruff, and Falllnfr Hair, wiui irruams or 011s on wmcti a para- litic perm will prosper. In like sroopin water from the ocean to prevent the tlda from rising. eure without havinR a right understand- Inir of the fundamental causes of tha trouble. Tou must kill the Dandruff Germ. Newbra'a Hernleldp do this tiornni It Is specially made to do that very thins. , .n.nioii.. a v,o. T.lr When the perm Is removed, the hair has no choice but to resume healthy growth and beauty. "Destroy the cause, effect." you remove the Sold by leading dnigirists. Send lfc. In stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich. One Dollar Eottles Guaranteed. Pan: G. Schuh & Sous, Special Agents OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. (Concluded from Third Page.) and that . b umlieat ion of Ed P. Fitzgerald to transfer his wholesale i liquor dealer licence to Mora Atiiou be granted. A!d'".-.liaa Kochler moved the re IKirt be received and reconuiicuda tions made therein concurred. Tie nrotion was adopted by the following vote; Aye Burke, Clt'inon, IhivK Ferguton, (iorinan, (Jreaney. Kelley, Kochler, Magner, Meehnn, Nellis and Thistlewood 12. Nay none. The finance committee reported recommending the approval of bonds :'.s follows: C. F. Potts, I,. A. Tinileck Win. Perkins, draiud:.p, I'st.i'e and, city. let IS, Block 2, city; Cairo HrowiiuT I Ponipany, dranisliop, slate and city IM 1. Block 15. City; Thus. Cardner, dramshop, state and city, i.ot 21, j Bloi k 31, First addition: Mora Athon, ; wholesale liquor dealer, I.ot, Block .' ll, City and Geo. F. Powers, sale liquor dealer, 1 ots w hole and Block IS, First addition. i Alderman Davis moved the reports be received and bonds approved a ; ' recommended. The molioi:' wes ! adopted by tile following vote: A ? ? ' -Burke, Cannon, Davis, ForRiiso-a. f Gorman, Greaney, Kelly, Koeliler, ' Magtier. Moehan, Nellis and Thistle- . wood--12. Nay none. j Petitions. I A. T. Akiei made application for n dramshop license for the remained!1 nl' ih,. vi .ir l'lon Inini 1 1 loll 15l'i. I which application was accompaiile 1 by his state and city retail liquor dealer bonds as required by law. Alderman Magner moved the appli cation be referred to the police, jail nad lire committee and the bonds to the finance coniinillee ;,.:id a recess of five niinut's talon. T.ie niolio-i was adotited. After recess the committees failed to make reiiorl on the application and bonds of A. T. Akin. Resolutions and Motions. Alderman Nellis introduced the following resolution and moved it be adopted: Resolved: That ti-o city engineer be and Is hereby instructed to have tiie plank walk on Niiiet-enth street between Walnut and Cedar strols temporarily raided, on both sides, so ;;S to enable the peopie lit In;' In that, district to get in and out of their homes. . Alderman Ca.inon moved the reso lution be anieiiilLiI to include Twenty third i-tivot from S.veamore to Com mercial avenue. Alderman F rguson moved It. b" further attieti'leil to incli'.le' Cedar street. Alderman Tli!-t!eveod moved as an ametiilliient Unit the re.ol;it on lie referred to the city engineer to use his judgment in the 'natter. Alderman Maimer moved that the ('ii Th e was whole matter be referred to the gine'r mid motion of street oiuuu'd ee, A 1 1 1 riiian Magner adopted. Aldermaa Nellis moved city jai' -r le reipu-.-ted to that have the the s'dewa'k on northerly side of West TwontMirst street west of Hiilbrook a ven ue cleaned off. Tbe motion was adopted. Alderman Greaney moved that the mayor be instructed to confer with Attorney Aiiuiik Leek with a view to aseertaiulii'2 the legality of the ordi nance concerning the salary of th" lity tn ii-oi'i r. now pending and tli" l',c,il to-ills haa.ilitr Hie nll'ice of city tr usurer and also to learn upon what terms lie can ari.ince with .Mr. I."k to handle the general Peal business id the city. The motion wa-i adopted. Aid' rnian Greaney Moved t! at the 'ity eiork be instructed to Invite the 1 tiding tneti of the local bi.nl'b and the eom nitff i- eoniposd i f Mr. Chas. Feuchter ami Mr. Wa'P-r If. Wo d. to n; "t with the city council a!) early date to ,ij-oiis tho matter of re;ei..i; fb ji y ,re-, i,. rina-" iali condition. The inetlon was ad.q t -d Al'lernien Creaney nn.l Mamier in I'ii-Ih",,! the following f :oii t'on : Rcolvd: That a two-plank wait- Ida 1 the vest side Of Hicll land avenue from Tbii ty -four: a . ireet hi T!:iit tilth sfroit. On unit ion ot Aid' ruian K ih.- r solution was p tcrre.I to t'ic s'r comniitti e ot Aldcnuiin Meeli.ni movel to joii'-n. Tlie inofieii was adiqit d The coo:, oil tl"n ad ionrtie . ROUT. A. HATCHER, City CI' rl ,ll DOG TAX NOTICE. 1 p i v ae for every di.fr brouel.t e hi i.lqiiarters. tbaf tax Is not tn 1 I l'.ll lt.J on. v. lildi win be hilled accord to law. JOHN r. HUE HAN, tUcet Supervisor. TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC JITS p.,ll linn rarn duo to leave 8cond tst. gi iLil I.lllC ,1,,-th on i titii uier.'ial Avi evury 10 h.Iio.iUm from tin. m. tu II ji. in. (minx iiorui.ou Walnut St.uvcry lo minute, from I j :us a. m to ID: t p. in. nr.nl.. Ct lti.A I 0IfI3r M. LIUC Ilnlbrook Ave. car du tu louve r uurl rit. V" Inn north uu llelbro d: at &;-j7: .?; 6:i't tir7 7:ii a.m. ami on the Kame mluult every boui . B:'.u;i.i;. ttiM and 71 a. m. and on samentD utij.vrt' lioi:r intttt torn and 114 . m. j IVj.lnr t. urs rtim to pass Hi. Mary's pari" 1 15 minuti. after l.-av Inn riwojid tst. D.II ISr.r. (lul fnwn north on Walnut . 3-, Mm h:S0 p.m. I'lJM a. in.: i:") a. in.; 2:; a. ru.; 8:H a. m.; .-:-i0 a. m.; oiti a. in. N.irih op Commercial 12 p. m. la. m. it in. .1 v ic. 4 a. m. 6 a. m. Hi lt and owl cars aredue to pass Was Thtrty-luurth Ht. 10 nilnult after Iravlu ' . is iiodooD For So:-iz fjivIivrs ' OfJBl'S rr. v.r Lfzb'.A CH- Statioshi r ybr.iAr.?- A'ACCDfKWSjbAxtZX- rovrO.v lie Hay bclv 'vrssj fccru foiK-irs YouGs'iArfc'io.VoT , prices mrm easy reach OF ANY MJSIM'SS. LET IS Ql'OTE YOU. THE BULLETIN CO. nnr ir. iron lyiouniain fty. ; Jan. 11, 1909. Trains at Cairo, III. Departures SutJt Leaves dully Nn. LSI Leaves daily ... 7:10 a.m ... 3,40 p.m. Arrivals No, t:t(i Arrives daily 11::) a.m. No. t il Arrives il.niy 7:3U p.m. A rrlvalN and departures from wharfboat foot of Kttjlitli Nlret-t. J. F. LI IY. Ajjent, ma lot Unulietmcii, Opiac , Morphea K tw 'rcsrrrir imOJcaiid. "i-irsrC2J' lwirit. in i niin'ois CEfvncA.1 One way Second Class Colonist Ratei to California and Points in i the Northwest. i Los Angeles JHO.5'1 San Fratisclso 30.53! San Diego 30.iV), Portland, Ore 33.75! Sen tile. Wash C 33.7.V Spokane, Wash 33.75 Correspondingly low rates to other points on main lines and branches In California, Oregon, Washington. Alberta, Arizona, British Columbia. Idaho, Mexico, Montana, Nevada New Mexico and Utah. Tickets on sale dally during th" months of March and April, 10011. Every Jp. m., : Cairo, Monday on train No. 1 at (i.00 through tourist sleeper leaves tunning via New Orleans and . Sou'hern Pacific H. R. to Lou Angeles nnd San Francisco. For full information apply to J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent, Central I 'n ion Station, Cairo, 111. A. II. HANSON, P. T. M. S. G. HATCH, G. P. A. Chicago I'd. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to March 1, 1909. THE FAST MAIL ROUTtt Trains Leave Calre: 1:05 a. m. Pally Chicago Vestibule Limited, arriving ChlcsSo 11:S8 a. m. 2:23 a. m.. Pally St. Louis Nl.ht United, arriving St. lxu!s 7:0S a. m. Slerptig car open at 8:16 p. m. 6:00 fl. m., Chicago DUy ITin-e?s except Snndiy. 5:00 a. m., PL I-eu!t Iferrlff T-t-.iretiR, except Sunday. 11:15 a. m., St. Iv.vts Fast Ma!l 11:15 a. n., Chief to Mid dT r;'1'-!al 2:30 p. m., Da'ly St. Ixmls IJ'El!d. 2:3S p in., Af.errioiti Hxi-rsfi for Odin, rfflneham, Mattonti. Chm-s,Icn 5:0 p 7:1S p. p'efi , Thebrj A'fOTTTodlt'on, C'!.-?r and f:30 a. m McipMs and NaabTH'f. 3:30 a. n., Mtrpbls and New Or leans I,!tnlt(l. 8:00 a. m., Padnrah aad LouIstMIs. 1:41 p. m., I'sUy Vnt'Bla a4 Nw Oricansi. 1:41 p. m. Da!!? NasTti!. CJtl nooca and Atlanta. 4:30 p. mn FultoB Ae eowmo4atio. 5:50 p. m., Padurah ard Iou!sYllle. :0C p. rr Moiibls an Ne 0 ieins St'crlsl. tor trirenrfi t'reti, Ucp-.is; car arcnnuiirdntions an 1 fnrlhrr Inform, t'en apply at Ill'noU Central 1'sMfB jer Station, Calr.o PI J. H. JONES, TieVit Atnt. t. A. HATCH, G. Pi A. A. H, HAN ION, rasa. Traffic 3'. I i SMITH BROTHERS'. THE BIG STORE 1300-2 WASHINGTON, AVENUE Dealers in everything that Is good to Eat, Use and Wear. Exclusive Agents for BLANKE'S Celebrated Coffee. Alexander ouiity National Bank Commercial Avenue and Eighth St CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital 1100,000 Surplus 100,000 OFFICERS Buder President Feuchter Vice President Galligan Cashier Spencer Assistant Cashier E. A. Chas. J. H. Frank Accounts of corporations and Individ uals especially solicited. Exchange furnished, to any part of the world. Alexander County Savings Bank CAIRO, ILLINOIS. STRICTLY A Capital Surplus ........ SAVINGS BANK $50,000 150,000 OFFICERS Buder President Patler ...Vice President Galligan Cashier e. a. Frank Spencer Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS J. H. Galligan C. O. Patter C. V. Neff E. A. Buder Trios. Boyd Wm. Kluge Chas Feuchter D .S. Lansden N. B. Thistlewood George Parsons Interest paid on Time Deposits. Cairo City, Transfer Line Successor to Stoltz & Walters J. H. KIERCE, Prop. All kinds of Hauling Done Promptly. Both Phones 123 1111 Washington Ave, Cairo. Illinois.. li ugni i fCMTRAI R P ILLINUta CENTRAL ROUTE TO VIA BIRMINGHAM Columbus, Albany and Waycross, In eon nnotloD with the Central of Ooortjla Ky. and tho Atlantic Coast Line. On and after Ocl otier 18th from Chicago, a THROUQH8LEEPlNaCAR will be run from Chicago to Jacksonvills , via the abovt) route, leaving chlcaise dally at 7 p. no, on the slevplng car section (coacb Miction consolidated with slipping car soctloo at Carbondato, leaving. Chlc&ro atfi.tiO p. u.f of tho Ltmliud train for the Isouth, arriving at nirmlnnham 3:15 p.m. nest day and a Jacksonville at 70 the second mornlni Mullet Library Car out of Chicago and DinlngCars Serving all Meals EnRoati Iilrect connections at Jacksonville for ail points In Klorlda and for Steamships for Cuba and Nassau, Tickets, reservations, Information, train time and rates may be had of your local agent S. O. HATCH, ii. P. A., Chicago, 111. A. II. HANSON, P. T. M Chicago, 111. MOBILE & JHI0 R. R Corrected to March 1, 1909. Time Tralna st CAIR9 NerthkenRsI Express, Dally, Iv Express, Dally, Iv No. No. ,.1.50 1:17 p.m a.m lesrthaeeM Express, Daily, Iv Na. No. 1: ,..l; p.m a.m Express, Daily, Iv. I. H, iONEt, Tlskrt Afl River Transportation Lee Line Steamers For Memphis and Way landings SADIE LEF. Leaves Every Fridays, 3 p. in. rtTERS IFF Leaves Monday, Mar. I, 5 p.m. For Freight and Passage afP'y H3llirliy - Phillips Wharfboat, Cairo ROBERT E. LEE. C. BOURNE. General Manager. G.F.4 P.A General, Offices, 4 South Front Street Memphis. Tenn.