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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1909.
TH3 CAIRO BULLETIN ml in n.li ffiiatilni ! Imimiltilnii "announcements FOR MAYOR. j George Parsons authorizes his an nouncement an a candidate of tho CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE TART f tor re-election to the office of Mayor of Cairo, at the election to be held pn Tuesday, Aprn zu, iu. FOR POLICE MAGISTRATE. r John Hogaa . authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for Po lice ' Magistrate of the city of Cairo, at the election to be held on Tuesday, April 20, 1909. poLlCE MAGISTRATE. judge A. J. Ross authorizes his anouncement as a candidate for re election to the office of Police Magis trate of the City of Cairo, at the election to be hejd on Tuesday, April '20, 1909. - r' " ' ! !'' v , - . POLICE MAGISTRATE. ; Andrew Whltcamp authorizes his ' announcement as a candidate for Police Magistrate of the city of Cairo, at the election to be held on Tues day, April 20. 1909. ' SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. 1 Prof. S. E. Gott authorizes his an nouncement as a Republican candi date for County Superintendent of schools, at the primary election to be - beld on Tuesday, April 13, 1909. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Peter Saup authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for coun ty commissioner of Alexander county subject ' to the Republican primary election to be held Tuesday, April 20, 1909., , i f ttttttlMXttttXtlttitMl THE WEATHER tmnnm?TC trt art?) Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. Maximum 53 Minimum 42 At 7 p. m 57 At 12 midnight (street record)... 48 General Conditions. The day was fair and quiet. The government bulletin yesterday re ported rain from nine points none in the river valleys. Extremes of tem perature were 84 at Jacksonville, Fla. and 20 at Havre. Forecasts for Today. Cairo and vicinity: Fair; not much change tn temperature. Illinois: Washington, March 22. Fair aniLwarmer Tuesday; Increa? lng cloudiness Wednesday. Sun and Moon. Sun will rise today. 6:01 a. m. Sun will set today 6:14 p. m. Moon will set tonight.... 8:40 p. m. k Note: The above sun and moon record Is for Illinois and approxl- ', mates the record at Cairo within a few minutes. mimmmmm 1 HENS OF THE RIVERS u)tiasiiimrrnrrim The river marked 45.2 on the Cairo gauge last evening showing a fall of .7 of a foot tn 24 hours. Two points above here reported rising rivers yesterday; Chattanooga aDd Kansas City. The Alice Brown went to St. Louis yesterday with six barges coal. The Beaver took four empties south yesterday to bring up logs and lumber. The John S. Summers went south with one empty barge. . The John A. Wood is coming out from SL Louis with empties and will undergo repairs here. The Joe B. Williams is coming out of the Ohio with coal for New Or leans. JOHN REYNOLDS DEAD Passed , Away Sunday Niflht at His Home After Brief llllness Pt Funeral Today. John Reynolds, aged 51. died Sun day night at his home on West Twen tyfrst street near the Halliday brick yard. Ho had ben ill but a short time and his death is a surprise to his Cai ro friends. The deceased had resided in Cairo a number of years and was a teamster. He is survived by sever al grown children. Rev. A. S. Bucb anan will hold services at the house this afternoon at p.: 30 o'clock. A special train will ieave Fourteenth street at 2:45 o'clock for Beech Grove cemetery. Friends of the family are invited to attend. - , .' RAILROAD SHOPS CLOSE. Sedalia, Mo., March 22. The Mis souri,, Kiadsaa and . Texas Railroad shops here will close tomorrow until April 1. The explanation is that the month's appropriation for the plant Is exhausted. There has been a re duction in the working hours in all the shops on the system, but the heaviest cut is In Sedalia. public Line TO BE REDUCED MANAGER FISCHER WRITE3 MAYOR PARSONS PROMIS ING IMPROVEMENTS. MOST MODERN LIGHTS Will te Placed in Streets of Cairo at Prices In Harmony With Those of Other Cities Says Mr. Fischer. Some time ago in a little talk to the city council Mayor Parsons inti mated that probably there would be a reduction m tno cost oi strew lighting. This was based upon what had been said in the course of con versation between the mayor and of flcials of the Cairo Electric and Trac tion Co. In view of the recent defi nite announcement by the company that a reduced rate of gas to private consumers would go into effect April 1, His Honor felt it to bo in order to urge like action in behalf of the pub lic service, and the following corres pondence will show with what good result. The Mayer's Letter. Cairo, III., March 19. 1909. Mr. L. E. Fischer, General Manager, Cairo Electric & Traction Co., Cairo, Illinois. My dear Mr. FiscVr: I notice with a great deal of pleasure and satisfac tion your advertisement of the reduc tion In the price of g:i3 to private con sumers, beginning on April 1st, nex and from the amount und charaete of work that has been done by yo'ir Company, I feel that with the cheap er price of gas the citizens will got more satisfactory service. Inasmuch as the city of Cairo is the largest single consumer that you have, as well as the most constant consumer, and its people are endeav ing to better the condition of the city in every way, I am encouragged to present to you a request o reduce the price of gas, and if possible electric lights to the city of Cairo. Your In terests and those of the city are ider tical. We are working for the bet ferment of our condition, both phys ically and financially, and the besl results are obtained through the ex ercise of a fair and broad-gauged un derstanrting between all parties. Aiy consideration you can give to the people of Cairo in the line of better lights and lower rates for the eamo. I am sure will be thoroughly appre ciated. Trusting (you will see your way clear to grant the request herein made, Very sincerely yours, (Signed) GEORGE PARSONS, Mayor. Mr. Fischer's Reply. Danville. Illinois. March 20, 1909. Mayor George Parsons, Cairo. Illinois. My dear Mr. Parsons: Replying to your courteous letter of the 10th Inst., I take pleasure in stating that we propose to place In operation during the present year the most modem street arc light system obtainable. We propose also to petition your city council for a new contract on such terms as will he mutually satis factory and in harmony with prevail ing rates in other cities. We fully appreciate the force of your statement regarding the advan tages to be obtained by our working In full harmony with your city admin istration, and you may be assured that we will cheerfully co-operate to the fullest possible extent. The people of Cairo have born most considerate and we propose to give them no reason for changing their attitude. Very truly yours, (Signed t I E. FISCHER. General Manager. LOGICAL ECZEMA CURE ENDORSED ay PHYSICIANS. After treating eczema for yrars as practically incurable blond disease. the medical world Is greatly inter ested in the discovery that it is not a blood disease at all, bi't is due to a parasite in the skin Itself. Tills para site is easily-destroyed bv the exter nal application of a romoiin. c f oil of wlntergreen. thymol, glycerine, tr This will quickly kill all eeze-r.a germs, while soothing anl refr shlng the sklr. Dr. R. A. Foikerts. r,f Dututh, Minn., tells of the ercess f treatine patients: "There was a man here suffering from eczema for the last forten yearsr. and 1 applied the D. Ii It treatment. I alsd applied it to a man cf West Duhith. Minn., who lia been suffering with rheumatism for fourteen years, anl eczema in his feet, and the second treatment in both cases cleared the skin almost absolutely. The fln-t applicatUn Is a balm, and its soothing effect is , yond expression. ( shall never be without It. and snail use it among my patients altogether." No matter how terribly yrm M.fff,r from eczema, salt rheuui, ringworm etc.. ycu will feel instantly soothe! and the Itch allayei at once when a few drops of this oil of wintergref n compound is applied. The cures ell seem to be permanent. We recom mend It with D. D. D. Scap. KIDNAPERS SEND BOY TO FATHER (Concluded From First Pago.) he was turned over to a womw. TU people told him If ho did net obey them they would send him to tho smallpox hospital. Walked Chal! Line.' "I walked a chalk line, just like a good boy, papa, like you have told me to do." said Willie. Katiir.l.iv thev went to Ashtabula. h ihouuht. but returned to the lid u'hita house early next mt rn in?, -iiii i,i i,o oMmi nir nn.i had a good time playing about the house. The father sat as if in a trance, lis- tening to the child's tale, interrupted cccasionally by the little one stop- ping his narrative to hug and kiss his papa. At the conclusion of the hoy s story the father and son knelt and prayed and then the li'tle fellow was tucked into his bed by his father. He was asleep in a few minutes. Before retiring Wbitla -admitted that he had paid $10,000 to the wom an in the candy store. It was In cur rency and Mils. Tho woman did not count the money. Whit la believes the woman was an Italian but he re fused to disclose her identity. GREAT JOY IN SHARON. Sharon, Pa.. March 22. There is great joy iu Sharon tonight over the finding of lost Willie Wh!t!a and the entire community seems to be shar ing the family's happiness. A great demonstration is being arranged for the return home cf the father and son, which is now ex pected at. 12:2G tomorrow afternoon over the Erie railroad. SUSPECT ARRESTED. Youngstown, Ohio, March 22. Js eph Weiss, of this city, former man ager of the Mora Amusement Park, was taken into custody here tonight. While the police are reticent con cerning the arrest it is understood that his detention is ir connection with the Whitla kidnaping case an 1 that he has been under surveillance for some time. W. C. Slops, the Sharon school horse janitor is here, and declared that there Is 11' tie doubt that the man Is the en'; who kidnaped Willie Whitla. OVERCOME WITH JOY. Sharon. Pa., March 22. 9:03 p. m News of Willie Whit la's recovery has just been conveyed to the boy's moth er and sister and they are overcome iwth joy. The whole town Is in an uproar of excitement. Whitla ex pects to reach Youngstown, Ohio, to night by train and come home from there by trolley before morning. STATE OFFERS REWARDD. Harrisburg. Pa.. March 22. The senate tonight unanimously adopted a concurrent resolution offering a re ward of $13,iW for information lead ing to the arrest and convlc'ion of the kidnapers of Willie Whitla. CHANCE FOR BULLETIN READERS. In order to test The Bulletin's great circulation and Its superior ad vertising value we have made ar rangements with Paul G. Schuh & Sons, the popular druggists to offer one of their best selling medicines at half price to anyone who will cut out the following coupon and present it at their store. COUPON Thin coupon entitle the holdpr to one HT park aire of lr. Howard uperinc for the cure of ronHtlpatlon and 1yr la half price. w will refund tht inoniy to any dlaaailflrt ciitomi r. FAULT.. Wlirir hON'H. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Dr. Howard's specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia Is not an unknown remedy. It has made many remarkable cures right here In Cairo and so positive are Druggists Paul G. Schuh & Sons, of its great superiority in curing dyspepsia, flck headache ami liver troubles that they will in addition to selling it at half price, refund the money to anyone whom It does not cure. BANKERS MUST SHOW PROOF. - Washington. March 22 I'uless the American Hankers' Association tak'S further steps the interstate com merce commission will not consider further complaint .f bankers that certain express companies are prac ticing unjust discrimination In th matter of money ordT IiukIupss. Bankers must present evidence of al leged discrimination. For Happiness. The real secret of happiness Is to be In love with your Job; to do the work that yon like to do; that Inter ests you; that roti believe in. Presl dent Eliot. F UN E R A LNO ftcE. PEYNOLDS- IHed, at bis borne efl nest Twenty-first street Sunday. March 21. 1 after a brief illness. John Reynolds, ag'-d 51 years. Funeral serrics will be held fit th lotise at !: o'clock this afternoon. Special train for B'ech Grove ceme tery -win leave Fourteenth street at 2: 4 3 p. m. Friends of the family ar" vit-d to attend. MUSKOGEE, OKLA. IjoLs in beautiful Melrose Tlac" only $1Km tn $2XU0. $10.W cash. I5.0 per month. No Interest, no tri es. See J. R. Calhoun, Plasters Hotel. GOOD FOR MO CITY COUNCIL GRANTS RIGHT-OF-WAY TO INTERURBAN t RAILWAY. Mound City Proposition Will be Sub ject of Conference Tomorrow Some Trouble In Country Districts. At their meeting last night the city council cf Mounds adopted an ord.' nance granting a right-of-way t: the Cairo & St. Louis Irterurban rai.ronj company. The ordinanco was at once signed by the mayor and is cf- fective. Attorney D. . iansueii. representing the company was ui inn meeting, returning last right. The situation at Mound City is net yet agreed to by both parties. The representatives of tho people have submitted a proposition to tho com pany and it will be gone over at a conference to be held tomorrow. One of the terms of the proposition is that, in consideration of securing a right-of-way to the company between Mound City and Mounds, the com pany shall pledge itself to build its main line through Mound City, and forever maintain it that way. The right-of-way between Cairo und these two cities has not all been s cured. Some trouble is met with on some parts of the route, but it is be lieved this will all be overcome In due time. And Listen to Its Dictates. Washington: Keep alive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire called conscience. Two Views cf Romance. Romance still lives. It depends what sort of glasses you use, the gray or the rose color. BANK GUARANTEE BILL READY FOR GOVERNOR. IMcoln, Neb., March 22 Th. house this evening concurred in the senate amendments to the bank de- Iosit guarantee bill, which has the effect of passing it, an.l it now goes to the governor. It wa one of the bills in which W. J. Bryan took a per sonal interest. ftOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Or o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o g o o o o o o o o o o A Handsome Tailored Suit in Green, Brown, Blue and Black, full satin lined coat. A. big suit for a little price, at ' ' ' $7.95 In addition we have 5 other big special values, $3 to $5 below regular price, $8.95, $11.95 and $12.95. ' The celebrated Opera Waists and. Princess Waists are now in and as usual the dainty, snappy and entirely different kind you know, only shown in "Opera Waists." The prices range from $1.50 to $4.95. AH the new weaves and fabrics of the Jamestown line are shown here a little, late but the prices more than make up the difference. Fifteen shades in values specially priced at, per yard, V Ml ' 4 0QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO39OOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ADDITIONAL CITY BRIEFS. Rowdism. There has been some wild shoot ing in various parts of tho city dur ing the last few days, which with our limited police force cannot bo pro vented. One cf the most serious In stances was that indulged in by twa men who drove through Twenty eighth street Saturday night, dis charging a revolver. One of the bul lets struck the house ef Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton on Elm street, pene trating the wall. Run Day and Night. The Tenth street pump has been set to work to run day and night. The situation at Fourteenth and Commer cial is unchanged. There seems , to be no further settling cf tho gruotil acd sewer. Telephone Service The Hell Telephone Co. has agree 1 to place 'phones at the pumping sta tions of' the city while these are in operation, so that those in charge can be communicated wnn easnj. Sarcastic Men, Take Heed I French proverb: Too sharp a sword cuts the scabbard. 'ifii r- i'm til etTmi.V "UWF v CURE EFFECTED or MONEY REFUNDED. So uniformly successful has OK R1NE been in res:orlng the vic tims of the "Drink Habit" Into sober and useful citizens, and so strong is our confidence iu its curative powers that e want tn emphasize the fact that ORRI.VR is sold under this positive guaran tee cure effected or money re funded. Remember the guarantee Is in each box. Can Be Given Secretly. ORRINE COSTS ONLY $1 A BOX Guarantee in Each Box. .Yritc for Free ORRINB Booklet (mailed in sealed envelope) to ORRINE CO., SS5 OltRlNE land ing Washington, D. C. ORRINB Is sold by leading druggists every where. Special Agents: PAUL G. SCHUH & SONS, 607 Commercial Ave. Samuel White Dry Goods Company Plain Facts for Today Through a lucky purchase we picked up 50 sanv pie suits a great variety of cloths & colors, all new, snappy designs. We'll say we were not in need of any suits, yet always on the alert and always ready to sacrifice our own interests to save you money. The suits we offer, a positive $10.00 value, Tuesday only, Ta pretty Tailored Suit or dress in Ladies' and Misses' for . . $5.95 TWO BIG fsajah and Beauty Silks; suitable tor buits The Exclusive sale on the ever known Onyx Hosiery-Ladies, Misses and Infants. The line that made Lord 6- Taylor famous. Many Special offerings for you in every depart' ment. Sam'I White Dry Goods Co. hogee, mm I THE WONDER CITY OF THE SOUTHWEST C0AL0IL-GAS-FARMING :-: MANUFACTURING :: Railroads in nine directions. Openings for all kinds of business and labor. See J. R. CALHOUN . Representing (he VV. L. TILL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. PLANTERS HOTEL All This Week. Strength. Tho man who can cling to a good resolution is stronger than the low brow who is able to lift a kitchen range. . Should Not Be Ridiculed. Don't scofT at humble beginnings. Many a man who is rich today got his start in the legislature. Indian apolis News. A Paradox. When it is known that this country consumes as much as 7,000,000,000 pounds of sugar in a year, one won ders why there ere not more sweet tempered ones than there are. Thimble of Lava. Thimbles of lava are used by women of Italy. the &OOOOQOOOOOO0 o oooooooo NUMBERS DON'T BUY LOTS IN MUSKOGEE t nless you want to make money. See Calhoun at the Planters Hotel. IPs knows all about those beautiful lots being sold on a guarantee- of money back if you are not satisfied. Mexican Ccal Fields. Mexico's coal fields cover 300,0f0 acres anJ produce an average of 3,0a1) tons per acre each year. Kills Would-Be Slayer. A merciless murderer Is Appendi citis with many victim But Pr. KitiK's New 1fo Bills kill it by pre vention. They gently stimulate stem ach, liver and bowels preventing that clogging that. Invites appendicitis, cur lug Constipation, Biliousness,' Chli Malaria, Headache and Indlgcs'l u. 25c at all druggists. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o and Uresses, Uc o 39c o o o f 8 O O o o o o o o o 8