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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1909.
H YOU CAN HAVE A ealthy stomach TT, sKt. oJS.l If Jn fact, it la easier than having an un licalili.v oil?, without Kodd-fwr some times tho siOitkk 11 will ko -p healthy, of itself; Lr.t it will never lo unheal) hy if you tuko a little Kodol occasionally. And yet Kodol doesn't do anything hut Jifcst thefoedina natural manner, an 1 effectually assist tho lirctl and over worked stomach to do its wo.k pijp frly. Hu liy doing' just this, Kodol tit ance relieves indigestion and all tho iiro-ravatiii' symptoms and prevents dyspepsia. It accomplishes this just as surelvas tho law of "cause and effect,"' Our Guarantee. lou are net !fnci;t' it - - tt o nru, t'l mil at mi1 rclurn your hi m. t y. lvni liesiuo e: aa .' Irutn'ist will sell jui Koil.il on llee terms. I he i.i.ilnr imttU. , ..nOucs 'i time as imi.'ii i the Uto bulue Keiiil is i rt i.oiM in ihu aburatorivs of li C. tie vVlt t & iu , (.'Lieu. t?5 SOC7AI c7M) "PERSONAL m-- 1 Cairo Open House. I L WIU IAMSON, McKr Matinee and Night. OAll, Saturday, March vlll The Seasins Mo t Worthy Ofle ing The Peculiar Comedian W. B. PATTON IN HIS NEWIST COMEDY The Blockhead A Clever Supporlin j Com pany, Beautiful Costames and Scenery. : : : : : I'ltlt'KS N'igliu. lower Itoer. 7'k: ami H.iiti: drefca circle. AH?; K'tlltry. Zm: - Matinee, Sic and We. Scat oil sale Krlilay. 5 Nights commencing Monday, March The Earl Nebur Stock Company Sujipoiting Graham Earl and Katheryn Wayne Presenting an ail new ri purtolre of lioyalty jiiaya. ()pciii;r Piny A Romance of Kentucky I'riecs 10 20c, roo. Ladies Free Monday NigLt under nsual conditions. K. of P. Banquet. Ascalon Lodge No. ."il lie!! tlie'r regular nn otitis Thursday evening at their Castle hall. Aft r the business ;;i ssion the mombeis weio il k 1 t.l t tale seats at the hanrjiit t tah'e. tho entei taiiniu lit committee having spivad a. very deie table r past for tho occasion, l'etir Bind wa the chairman of the committee which offices to nay that the spread w.,s c-!lnt. j It. K. Wilie presided ;is ti a.-tmas- i t, r in his usual happy style aid called fur speeches from the m ' u- Ik rs with the result that a miiuher of (.' i talks for the In n, lit of tie' oiilcr were tiK'de. The mi mix ish:p rrnnuitt e has u;!di-r consideration a phta r a.-e .ry materially the nieml) r sin'li of th:' order. The ineetiiij was preitly eaioel ,n.l it is prohalde that the lu.iclu o:i a ill he a feature of the monthly so cial liieitiiiiis of the Indue heival't r. j .Miss Leiia Thistlewood lisw re turned lioin a visit of several we Ks at Washington. Ii. t'.. as t!ie j;u t of her i:nele, Colli; ii sstuaii X. 1!. Thlstl: Wi i d. Man. he Thisil w ol who accompanied her has l, o.t vis t in;,' relatives in I'o:av.ir. She aid hi r fath r t-xpect to return to Ca r.) soon. Mrs. II H. Halli.lay h ft last n V'ht lor Knowille and Chicago. She w li he a ( onipaiih d on her return hy Miss Virginia llu'di.iay who is at'.eud ia si luxd at KiKi.wille. Mrs. .1. II. Joins Thon.as Stanley and Jr.. i f Colunil us. Ky. niei c, Mrs Tlri ma.;, the vu .-t l ; terd.lV .lolies. of Mr. and IT'S sometimes embarrassassing to denly turned on, when you iff PAT HE THEATRE. ng Eighth Stmt MOVING PICTURES PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY TONIGHT Grand Double Dill MKU BOOTS AND SHOES Manufactured Repaired Work neatly and qulrk'y done by machine or by liaml. liitnynur Siioe here wlitn lu need ul n i al s. E: THALMlElLEfi 608 Comraerclal Next t Hotel Marlon. W.C. Nlt'HOLM. E. P, KlU OTNK. John M. Mahiho i.. Kilcoyne Electrical Co. House Wiring and Fixture Work a Specialty, HEADQUARTERS 211 Sixth Street. rhonea: Home .Sot Hell :tlt See os for Contracts. Do You Hear Well? Thm Stols Elctrophon A New, Scientific and Practical tnrentioa for Thote Who Are Paaf or Partially Dataf-May Now B Tested Free at Our Store Htf or rrt"T deaf popte may now mak a Yrr trial of tba Stola Kltrophone. lbl if enuauaily imionant nw for the de f , for by this pln the Jinat ea g and iuexfu-nnive fr tvtryorif. This nev1nrentloD(L.S Patent No. 163,675) itifler Dnnerewrr BU.b eiumy, nnetphtly ana frequent ly u&rmmt uencrs ma trutupetii. B"ru mow, r ami?i, rans, tc. It la a tny etectrlo telf phone that fits on the ear, and whfofa, the Inet&nt it le applied. magnififB the sound vi vea iti at b man ner m to cause an antnn inhtng iumoht in the cUime tt all aovrid. It OTerPorafi the bORiinip and roarlna ear nniuM and also eo roMtantlu and rr- IfHfjiijr earrrtt ft,t vital par? of tk tarthat ,Luaily,1he natural, analdee tearing iUt'.J i gradw aiijf restored. r i Yv 7fe Prominent Bnineu Man1, Opinion. STOLZ ELWnOPUi J.Yttca.Ouaw". Jam ptiwd fo.ii iaf til r(.rro;fci?n i tvnosar.farforff, toeing imnli in rtrronf grmt in hrarintj qvalitiet maket it tHEFSHABLE TO AST 1 II VE TRIED, and 1 Mitre I fcatv tttni nHrf thm. iron rtettmwend it to all prr. who kav (Ufittivf hearing. M. W. HOYT, H kale MM Urvcrr, Michigan Avo. nd Zivtr bi.t Citieago. A Free TrUI of Uie S tolz Electrophone t our Store will convince roe of iu greet merit. Cell today, C. L. HEBSACKER, Druggist Exclusive Anent for Alexander, Pu- larki, Union and Johnson Counties, 34th and Sycamore St. Cairo, III. Afternoon at Cards. Mrs. Alf T. Havnes of Sixth stre t teit.iiaed a nnniher f fii nds ye;- trrdav afternoon at the tranie of .'en." l.un,heon was s rve.l in the . ! i -i i n ir room wtiielt was prettily decorated. Me.datiKS Jotiii ,. Ihuham and A'- h"tt V. Staehle were assi-t:n! h.osti sses. The Riiists were Mes!amo; I.e( liafa'skv. Ceoipe T. Car.ies. K .- l.ert O. Keith. V. T. Wall. I.eon K. Dmisoii. Itidiert K. Head, C. C. Ter r-il. Frank Aver, II. S.- Caade Misses Ma.Miie Ciishinari and Mar-fiai-et I.a'isden. Mitcheock. Mrs. Terrell wa i the prize, a S"t a 1 brass la 11 of uniipie tlrsfjtn. ('. S. Ihmr ciii railway. Chatt.iiii'oua. Hie. aj;.':;t for 1 retained last nh Ti mi., where In " Vi 8 mmmmm I'd a dais. eoiifoi't ine uf the railr Mrs. (duy Kuykendall of who has been visitinc Miss Me.h i.hill. of Tw t aty se.' inid ii. turned home vesterday. II. C. AmhVr of hiea: city t stiT'iay 'ii route Meuiphis where lit had aclina business. O was 1:1 the home from t.ei ii trans- Mr w ho C. C. Smoot o? Villa Uidy.' has been visitiiiK Mr. and .M eher of L'".'l Washington aveaue returned honie St. St.. Mary's : uxiliary f (':ner will Mary's Branch. Hranch of the Woman'" the Church cf the lie meet Monday al'tei noon, Fi'i derii k Werner, traveling jijis sei ut'i' aneiit of the Frisco with head oiiarieis in St. ljiuiis, was in the ci-y yesterday. March 21. at the resi W. '.Venter in I'ark 1. nee of Mr. I'laee West. The "'.lurch church March Miss Sarcv Will Gi'e ? SiiDir. ladies of the Presli t. rian will pive a suppi- in the parlors , Tuf sday ev. 11I11.7, Saucy Seven. Ruth Hurt will entertain the Seven this afternoon at In r home in the Farrow apartmt nts. Mrs. O. H. llnickett will Ko to St Louis Sunday to spend several days on Pesin- fs. Mrs. I.ucy Mill of Twentieth stnet, who is ill at St. Mary's Infirmary, is lit 'tier. Frederick Tinsley, of Chicago, was n the city yesterday. Mi: Ky., tl A s Hazel eff will fro to Kiittawa and I law . -a n Sprii:s. Ky., in a as for the henefi! of her health. Mrs. Harry Hubbard has taken a position 'is bookkeeper with the Three States Implement company. Mr. and Mrs. n.-orgo Kmalit have moved from Tenth and Wirt nut stre.-i io J'inckney ille. 111. Miss (Ir.i.eo Horn who has been vi itiiii! friends left this morning for In home in -nrali.i. Kdwai'd J. Maley wlio is a pati ait in St. Mary's Infirmary is imj.rovi :ir. T. A. KiiiKiio! !es returned from visit to friends at Memphis, Tenn. hank P. in the ci'y nd'eton of t'arbor dale, wi yesier iay on business. Joht. cria. Ladd is visiting friends in Ih HI ifl TP -7 1 i rcv 1 have the flashlight sud don't expect it. But so far as , the clothes are con cerned you needn't be ashamed to be seen anywhere wearing any of our Hart SchalTner r Marx clothes; they'll make you pre sentable under ny and all cir cumstances; clothes you can be proud of. The new models, colors and patterns in suits arc certainly fine; and we can show you some very smart models in blue and black suits. Suits $18 to $30. Thii store is the home of Hart SchafTner & Marx clothes FLACK&-MAY On Commercial Ave, at Eighth Street. Copyright 1 f) o () hv Hut Silulhirr Mvr CITY NEWS IN BRIFFi: Victim of Runaway Dies. Pasl.al i:.!virr, a. il :S. died at S: ''..i '. IiUirmary yesU rday mi ruia. :i' C, o'lloci; of blood poisoning "P. -ease.l iii re Wi I. a. lile 1 lie, !av : at the 1 uft'o riti.s nnrm-iry fi'om a banqii' t to he uiven March 2.1 at IeMiiI.'i' club frill mom, when .1. I.ita.-o'.i). ti'aft'ie r.'.'ii.niiss-iotu r of St. I.onis ('handier of Culiiuu ice. .aid piesilmt if the National ludus tiial leauue, will deliver an a ldr ss oi. ' Tiatia I'uriu'i s." Th" committM: ;o::ist. of Clues. Cuaii iiicham, Cnas 1 "ueh'v! a:v! C. S. C::r-v. liiion to tin' city of Cairo. n Mr l: in Cairo in iiENT (ran DECEIVES IWfSE MRS. W. L. HOLT. WELL KNOWN SOPRANO IS OBJECT OF COM PLIMENTARY NOTICE AT VIN CENNES, IND. The Vincennis, In,., Commercial ays rcKarditiB Mrs. W. I,. Holt, a former resident of Cairo, dam-hi- r if Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lawsor, of Cairo, who sang at. the Masonic Cen tennial ceh biiition tin re; "One of tho pleasing reniem-hiuni-is if the afternoon mooting -, 'he music. After the speakers were seated the band rendered a selection which was followed by a duet by Mr.;. Kideiihour, and Mrs. Holt, and hit". ; solo by Mrs. Holt. She respond' d to he encore by sineiiuc "Annie I. ami-'' without an aicompiiriimeiit and the !! SO SWeetly Ming brought the tears to many an eye and such a been heard even at the (Jrand. To the ladies there were many words c f thanks given. At the conclusion of the program the First Regiment band aew.mpanyiiis and led by Mrs. Holf, the entire audience ang "America' and the effect was wonderful. The nieetiii!; was patriotic if ever any meeting was and of a distinctly help ful sort. The afternoon will live long in the hearts ami memories of all who at'ellded and Vilicelines too Will li. t soon forget the Impresiou of the day.'' BU MET I MION ill 13 MEMBERS OF GROUP TEN OF IL LINOIS ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD SPRING MEETING THERE. Several members of the executive commiitee of Croup 10 of the Illi nois Bankers' Association met at Car mi Thursday to arrange for a meet ing id' the bankers of the groll) to be neb this spring. Marion was rhoser. as the plan, of the convention and May i:j as the dare. Those pn sen! at the ;nei-;i:i; ,-,t Carmi were Halliday ft. Aistlmrpe of Cairo, Shannon Holland of Marion. (). M. Karraker of I Pinisburg. Thorn as W. Hall of Carmi. NO MORE DISTRESS FROM STOMACH OR ANY DYSPEPSIA AFTER TODAY When your stomach is weak or lacking in gastric juice, anything that you cat. no difference what it is. wi 1 sour on your stomach, raise the l ite and acids to cover your food like il on water, causing indigisti i, dys pepsia, stomach n u'voosa ss a t ! belches of sour peistns. w h e'i p dree foul odors, nasty taste, ldlo' headai lie, heartburn, int.s iaal g in ing and make you a i object of misi ry This is stomach trouble which au not be overcome with ordinary d ges tive medicines. It is culls- d by fer mentatirn of your fool, which will be remedied at oi -e by Pape's I)iai.e;isi:i a preparation pleasant to take tin I as harmless as caady, though t wi 1 p gest and prepare for assimil.it 'on into the blood all the food you pat. Indigestion is a n sultj not a cause ol your trouble. If the stomach Is sour and unhealthy, your fiod be (omts tainted, and that's what is causing the indigestion and pis m stomach and other miseries. Pape's Hiapepsia is an Antacid, mist power i f i! (iig'Stlvo and thorocgli resu'a'or for w ak stomachs. These Tiiau- ur will digest any kind of food roil !!' ;ri l nil cleanse the stomach aid ! i'ltest.iiu s in a natural way. which j -a' es yon fed fine five tninuti s af- Kiw ards. Any good pharmacy hr- wi'l M.p idy you with a case of Pape's Disi ej -sii. for filty cents. .lust reading ab uit this remarkable stomach reparation will not. help. You should go now : nd get a (ii" Put your stomach in fu'l j health and ly ftnorrow you wi'l for get the misery of stoimch trcubi . lYritr case is no differ -nt fiotn ina iy j others. It isn't stomach nerves or .catarrh of the stomach, or past: it's, or dyspepsia. It jK food rotting ( food fcrmeiitation that's a'l and takis tihotit five ininut.s to overcome i actured limb which he i-eceivi d runaway at Charleston, Mo. Tie' mains wore l i t pared for In: ri; 1 Burke & Mail? and shiped to Bar well, Kv, j i sierday aucnioou. relic Thirty Cars Implements. The Thii.' States Implement C.tn. pany received three car loads of 1 lements yeterday which is about the largest sl;iiient rit one time lhat the firm has received since u recent lire. Altogether there has In e'l Lightning Strikes Tree. About uu uu. yeatei-jJuy lig'ittiiii': struck a tree jn fmui of ;;:! Sixteeut l street, si!itting it badly. The rain ias a relief to sufp rer-i from the dust, but it was rough on those who reside on iiiipaved streets and where walks are bad. Real Estate Trsnsfer I.. C. perks et al to W. P. Dahon, i f sw l."i-lit-2 wariattv $tlto. ) Claia B. Lane and husband. Wi! , Ham Susanka et ux, Km ma Susauk i ill- at ou and husband, to Blanche S. i, early thirty cars of implements shif - Cannon und. 2-lo in lot n block t i:i pe.i to (h. in within the last six weeks. ,.ty of Cairo and railroad add!- .tion. warranty $"1,110 cich. Repairing Building. Kat- Susanka to Blanch S. Cannon, The Kieh Construction building al.i'tid Ho in lot 12 block in the city Sixieentli and (Vmercliil avemi", of C;,iro, and railroad adit ion, which was damaged by fire several I rr.aty $.".t weeks ago is being repaired. The of T. W. (laiin' n ct ux to Kate Sosan f;i' is in the hjTuIs of painters andika. lot 21 block 2'., lu the first a.ldi- 1 at tieuiers and will soon be' .ti-- mm 10 ine city 01 t .. airo, warranty ideted. One Hundred Invited. Invitations have been issied by'the Cairo Board of Trade committee, to ,ue hundred citizens to be pf seat at (1. W. Uoliinstm et ux to W. .1. ('a. ey jiart of tie ut d 11-17-1. war ranty $:! cini. Klizabeth Walsh et als to J. T. Walsh lots 7 and 8 block ,"1 in t!v fust a ee. $2.7'"'. Klizabeth Walsh et al t K 1 Konimi", lots !l ami l'k ! oc. the first adition of the 1 it i f qc. 2.."ihi. Klizabeth Walsh et ah to Theresa Kelly lots ::7. US, and il!) block 10 in the first a IP ion to the Coy or Cairo, 'P'. $l,7oo. Klizabeth Walsh et als to It. T. -Walsh lot VI block it in the Just ad dition of the city of Cairo, rp', $soi. .1. T. Walsh et als to Klizabeth Walsh lot S block ! in the first addi tion of the city of Cairo, tp: J1.00. James M. Thomas to M. J. Howley lot :::) block 2"i in the first addition of the city of Cairo, warranty $2."i0. Lottie l.eoli and husband to Fati nie Williams und. V of lot S block li." in th-' first addi'ion ef the ity of Cairo, warranty Jl.oo. FAMILY CARES This Information May Be of Value tn Many a Mother in Cairo. Near Deatn in Pond. It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida Sober to face death. "F r years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering," she writes, "and several times nearly cans".! my death. All remedies failed and doc tors said I was Incurable. Then Dr. King's New Discovery brought ipiiek relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years." Mrs. Sop r lives in Big Pond Pa. It works wonders in Coughs and Colds, Sore Lungs, H morrhagi s, I. a Grippe, Asthma. Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections, ."fie and $1.00. Guaranteed by all druggists When there is added to the maiv carrs inseparable from the iiarli.g of children that affliction of wea'uusi of the kidneys and auxiliary organ , the mother's lot Is far from a happc one. This condition can lie quickl" changed and absolutely cured bv II use of Loan's Kidu :y Pills. "Yin a this Is known the mother's burden will b,. lighter and her home happier. Mrs. W. S. St:i"khouse, 122 Kluh t( filth street. Cairo. 111., say.it "My little boy suffered from weak kidney for almost four years and I wks un able to find a remedy that world help him. He did not have any c ti trol over tjie kidney Kecrttions at night and this weakness was a source of much annoyance. At no time I had taken Doan's Kidney Pi1 s and they had helped me so griatly that. I decided to try them in my tsons case. I procured a box at Paul !. Seh 11I1 & Sons' drug store and as a result of their use, the boy is now free from kidney complaint. Doali 3 Kidney Pills have my hearty e 1 dorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price .'0 cents. Foster-Miiburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tin United States. 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