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CACO BULLETIN
Dally ud Sunday by tha Bulletin
tibecriptl Ritea by Mall.
Invariably Cash in Advanes.
Cm ytar, Dally ana Sunday.... .48.00
ubterlftia Ra.Ua by. Carrier,
Aamtar In rlre...."... ....... -80o a month
V Carrlar ouuid of Cairo sue a moatn
Notice to Sybaerlbera .
rabnrlben wllleoofara fvor br reporting
to Ibis otnoa any lack or prompt aeuvwy on
; uapanof camew.
jCatarad at tha Cairo .fottoffloa ai .eooud
i , CUUtHtUHUUH.
CIRCULATION STATEMENT.
Average number of complete and
perfect eopiea of Tbe Cairo Bui- '
letln printed dally and Sunday
during the, year; 1908,. 2084
Average number of complete and
- perfect copies of The Cairo Bui
letln printed dally and Sunday'
during the t month: of Febru-
nr, 1909 ,.....' 2279
. February Circulation.
1 '..'...2435 15..... 22?9
' 2.... 2433 . 16 223')
8... ,..... 2428 17. 2245
...... 2438 18 22:55
6...,. 2433 19 223
6 ....2428 20 . ...2232
7...., 2280 21 2203
S... ...... .2488 , 22 2228
2224" 23 ...2244
10 22? 24 ...2233
11.... 2255 25 2235
12 2229 26 2233
IS 2228 27 2229
H... 2192 28 2185
atroyed, except aa to their bulls. Tbe
Arabs. Hibernians and Rough and
Readies worked manfully to save the
boats. The Bulletin stated that this
was the first , daylight staamboat
burning tbat took place at the Cairo
wharf. Diver Hiram Hill and a Mr.
Holmes, on board the Underwriter,
almost lost their lives. When they
were rescued they were almost ex
hausted. The Rough and Readies
saved the flue bell of tbe Louisiana.
I COUNTRY CLUB TALK
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(For the "Bulletin by X. Ray Faber)
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LEGAL DECISIONS
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Tbe above Is a correct statement of
the circulation of the Cairo Bulletin
for tbe year 1908 and for tbe month
of February, 1909.
;; CLYDE SULLIVAN.
!' ; '-. Business Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
Ibis 8th day ot March. 1909.
LEO J. KLEB.
i : , ,, t-).. . Notary Public
The Bulletin ie on sale at the fol
lowing places:', , s
Coleman's, 214 Eighth Street
Halliday House News Stand.
, Blue Front Restaurant
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TODAY III HISTORY
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March 27.
1513 Ponce de Leon discovered Flor
Ida.
J804 Tbe navy yard and marine bar
racks at- Washington' esta!
Ushed.
1814 Jackson defeated the Creek In
dians at battle of Horseshoe
Bend?-
Street Sprinkling Assessment.
city assessor,, Kalamaioo city, char
City of Kalamazoo, vs. Crawford,
ter provides that hte city council
may cause the streets to be sprinkled
when deemed necessary, that the cost
rnereor may ne paid by the city, or
the, whole or any part thereof, as de
termined by the council, may be as
sessed on the adjacent property betv
fitted thereby; that all such assess
menus may be levied and collected as
the charter provided for levying ani
collecting special assessments; that
s, if the assessments be directed to
be according to benefits, by assessin
upon each lot Bueh relative portion
of the whole sum to be levied as shall
be proportionate to the estimated
benefit resulting to the lot from the
improvement Held, that tee provl
Ion is. Invalid; the sprlnKling of
streets not being a local iniprovemeut
for which a special assessment Is
authorized. Supreme Court of Michigan.
i WAIFS OF WISDOM.
Veneered virtues beget solid vice.
It is what It Is "cracked up to be," if
It Is ice.
, A good sermon Is often spoiled by
bad dinner.
The professional tramp never punc
tures his tire.
Travel expands the mind,
tracts the pocketbook.
but con-
1836 Massacre at Goliad, Texas.
18CD-rS!egeJof Mobile began.
1895-Sreat, Are In Milwaukee, In
, ; ' volving a loss pf S 1,000,000."
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J ,'-" ? Biography.
August F.VDruske, president of Alt
ina college, was born In Rachen, Prus
sia, March 27, 1847 and came to Amer
ica aa" an emigrant boy., ,,. After two
winters iu a district school In Michi
gan be conceived the Idea of a higher
education. Being . without funds, to
enter college he joined the army, re
ceiving be. $300 bounty then paid to
volunteers. When the war ended he
used this money to gain an education.
During his five years in college he
lived almost wholly on a simple diet
of bread and butter, with , a baked
potato;, pnee a week as his only lux
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XCalro Bulletin published by John H.
: i Oberly A Co.)
The annual . commencement exer
cises of Loretto Academy, took place
In thercbanel of the academy son June
20th. A, large crowd .of friends, was
present. ., Quite an elaborate, program
! was rendered. . Among the y young
ladies and little girls who participat
ed in , the services - were Mlssej Jen
nie Wilson, Ella White, Jennie Hig
gine, Katie purceil, Clara Wllsoa and
Clara Bird. ...
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On Sunday, July 4th, the Turners
L had a ; celebration in Flora Garden.
A'ittlg's band furnished music and
.atbeltlc exhibitions' were given by
inembers? of the society.
i f On jluly 6th, thirty or forty mem
bers of the Arab Fire company ac
; companied by about 100 friends went
' to Paducab. upon invitation of the
. Mechanics Fire company . of that city!
Tbey were accompanied by the Jones
boro and the , Cairo. Silver Cornet
bands and Kaufman's string band.
Owing to a lack of proper arrange
tnents on the part of the PaJucah
people the visit was not a success
: On the same day a picnic was given
Jn the Kentucky . groves opposite
r I ' . .w t. . a - . i t . 1
vairo. xor me . urutrui oi si. raincK b
church.; The ferry boat made hourly
trips to the picnic grounds, carrying
ereral hundred persons in all.
About 4 p. ,m on July Cth the line
etearoere Louisiana and Underwriter.
. lyln at the foot of Eighth street,
caught fire and were totally de
Tbe man who is full, usually carries
a pocket which is empty.
If a man bas no enemies, he may be
very, good; but good lor wbatf .
Nq man will become a drunkard it
be knows how to make a borne run.
Ambition makes a man feel that be
could do something, it he only knew
bow.
The man who Is voclferant about his
honor, usually has but : little to talk
about.
If the average wife bad her life to
live over again she might be known by
some other name.
It Is doubtful whether be should be
est to jail for bigamy, or be compelled
.to Uve with both of them.
PHILOSOPHIC MUSINGS.
Popularity
price., ,
Isn't always worth the
' Nailing
down.
ft He won't always keep it
The rolling stone never makes an
up-hill light.
High Ideals are often as unmanage
able as airships.
A politician Is a good bit like a pi
ano, II he Is square be Is considered
old-fashioned.
After all., it may be better to be
paid back In your own coin than never
to be paid back at alL
The world would be a great deal
more unhappy than It Is if we had all
married the girls we fell In love with
at first sight.
fine windy day it Is quite trying foe
ft. woman to attempt to bold up ber
skirt, hold on her hat, and bold her
tongue all at once.
For Women's
Needs
Every woman should fortify herself
against those weaknesses and de
rangements which are usually pres
ent at times when Nature makes
extra demands upon the system.
For women's special ailments
there is no known remedy so safe
and reliable as
&eeeham2
ffm
These pill possess corrective and
tonic properties which ha ve a marked
effect upon the general health and
promptly relieve nervousness, sick
headache, depression, backache,
I weakness and . other unpleasant
- symptoms. Beecham's Pills estab
lish healthy conditions and furnish
Help at the
Right Time
Sdi Crwnrhwe. " la x Uc ud Se.
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Lord Chester: As much of a farce
was that Indianapolis tariff revision
convention. Wholly made up of
beneficiaries of the protective tariff,
It planned for a permanent advisory
a.ljunct of the useless department of
commerce, to suggest when ana wnat
changes should be made by congress
In the tariff schedules. Thus the
people, it was hoped, would cease in
a large measure uom oomering wun
the tariff question, supposing their
interests represented by the com
mission; ' whereas, the couinilKsion
would represent the protected inter
ests solely. And., th .. Indianapolis
convention! bore down hard iiuon tho
lOsltlort that, the tariff JVaie:
should be made non-partisan1. "What
Hd this mean? It meant that the
controlling element In the Republican
party would continue to stand stead
fastly for the protective tariff, and H
was .hoped that the Democratic party
might be divided to some extent
through the influence of the Louis
iana sugar and rice producers. This
dream trill never be realized.
Deacon Duncan: No, sir! So long
as the people are taxed neavuy tor
tbe benefit of manufacturers and a
lew others, and these have control
of one of the great parties, the tariff
will be the leading question to divide
parties. Equal rights, for all, special
privileges for none, will be the motto
of those who line up against the pro
tective tariff; in what words the pro
tectionists will endeavor to Justify
their course hereafter B cannot say.
Where the people really rule, their
intelligence will ultimately enable
them to see how they are taxed to
enrich a class, and then the tariff
question will ceas to divide parties.
and will drop out of politics.
Count Hertegovnia: And now
comes the tariff question. The pro
tected interests are busy. They see
the peiple are getting tired of being
taxed heavily to enhance their pros
perity and? wealth, and that some
thing must be done in the way of
making a showing of revision of the
tariff schedules. The people must
bo hoodwinked some way. The manu
facturers do not! want to lose the
goose that lays their golden eggs.
. Baron Faust: Their tactics . are
amusing. A congressional commission
holds sessions - for.' months, taking
evidence bearing upon the subject of
revision; but who are the witnesses
summoned before it? Nobody but
benefiiciarles of the protective tariff.
The consumers of the prohicts taxed
for the benefit of manufacturers or
producers are not summoned. They
ere the great mass of the people, but
their testimony and opinions are not
wanted. They are squeezed hard for
the benefit of the manufacturing
plutocrats who eontrol the govern
ment, but an expression of their
views and wishes Is not wanted.
They are told to keep quiet while
their bosses determine how much
milking they will stand. Funny, Is it
not, In this boastful country, where
the people think they rule?
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1 O aVOIO'ine OIK I-aMci uuau wc nave many CAL-cuuiuiiaiiy voiuM .yyu5i
cheap and our policy is to give our friends and patrons every benefit. Two 0
big assortments of colored Laces and embroideries, many actually worth up to p
35c yd for Saturday only, per yd. . . . . . . , 10 IC
i-VCiy CU1UI , bliauc ani m i nuiaiaya auu utaui; jwji iv hhuB ivi ;q
pretty suit or dress, at per yd.
35c
A handsome line of Satin Foulards, the new Grays, Browns, Taupes, Dalphs,
Wisteria, Catawba, Greens, etc., 85c to $1.25 values, at per yd. 79c and 59c
SPECIAL SIT
SEE
Through a lucky purchase we picked up 50 sanv
pie suits a great variety of cloths' &' colors, all new,
snappy designs. Well say we were not in heed
of any suits, yet always on the alert and always
ready to sacrifice our own interests to save you
money. The suits we qffer, a' positive $10.00
value, a pretty Tailored Suit or dress in Ladies'
and Misses' for . , . . . $5.95
A Handsome Tailored Suit in Green, Brown, Blue and Black,
coat. A big suit for a little price, at " ' -
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full
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In addition we have 5 other big special values, $3; jto $5 below regular price,
$8.95, $11.95 and $12.95.
o 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.
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WESTERN PLAY
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'0 make the proposed measure a. law.
Efforts to induce him to sign produce
thrilling situations.
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"THE COW PUNCHER" WILL BE
PRESENTED THIS AFTER
NOON AND TONIGHT PLAYS
COMING NEXT WEEK.
New York Play.
"The Sunny Side of Broadway"
will be offered to local theater goers
for one performance only on the
night of Wednesday, March 31st
:it the opera house. Prices 2.rc to $1.
Seats on sale Tuesday.
"The Cow Puncher." a western
play will be presented at the opera
houpe this afternoon and tonight.
The company is said to be a strong
one and well equipped with scenery
and paraphernalia. "The Han With
the Hope" will be seen on the streets.
The story deuls with a young society
sirl who Is attending college in the
east and whose brother and guardian
suddenly died on his ranch In Ari
zona, leaving her only the ranch and
his good name. How she shook the
dust of the gay set of New York from
her feet, ami bravely started out to
take up her brother's life work, how
this idol of society falls in love with
a simple cow puncher on her ranch,
Is all brought out in this play. Prices:
Matinee 1) and 23 cents; night 25,
SO and 75 cents.
"Paid in Full."
"Paid in Pull" is a new play of con
temporary life in America by Eugene
Walter which Wagenhals and Kem
per presented nt the Astor theater.
New York, and which is now in its
s'H-ond year In that city. A specially
organized cast and a superior produc
tion will be seen here at the opera
house on Monday, March 29fh, and
tho presentation, it is promised will
be as perfect In every detail as that
In New York. Seats on sale Satur
lay. Prices 25c to $1.50.
"The Man of ths Hour."
A play In which municipal "ma
chine" government is illustrated will
be presented at the Cairo opera
house Tuesday. March 30. The
mayor's signature Is all that is owes
fflry to make a certain franchise or
dinance effective, and the "machine
has elected to the office, after a hard
fight, a rich young man .who they
thought could be easily "bandied."
lie proves honest, however, and al
though all kinds of pressure . is
brought to bear, steadfastly refuses
"Faust."
If it was not for the educated and
refined class of people, such playe as
Faust" would go begging. Is- that,
then, not proof enough that there Is
really true, merit In the grand old
pirce? Don't fail to see It next. Sat
urday, April ,!rd, matinee and night
at the opera house. Prices: Night
25c. to $1.00; matinee. 10, 25 end CO
rents. Seats reserved for both
fo-mance8 and on sale Friday.
per-
NEW SWIMMING RECORD.
Pittsburg, F'a., March 2S. C. M.
Daniels, of New , York, broke tho
world's record for the 220 yard swim
toulght in thu national championship
event under the auspices " of th"
American , Athletic I'nlon. Daniels
clipped three seconds off the world's
record held for the last three year
by Kieman, of Australia, and mad.1
the distance in seven seconds less
than it has ever been made before In
America. His time tonight was
2:25 2-5.
" FOOLISH IDEAS.
A fool can criticise everything tbat
wise man can do.
To be successful as a fool you must
never realize tbut you are one.
Fools are valuable to us; without
them fashions in dresj might becoma
tame.
Fools are sometimes wealthy; tbey
can buy what even millionaires can
not afford. .
Thank goodness, there are no fool I
In our political party; they are all lu
the other one.
Since the successful demonstration
of the aeroplane aeronauts are gradu
ally losing their reputation as fools.
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"What fools these mortals be!" Do
not read this unless' you are one oi
have serious Intentions of becoming
one. .,
Fools may otherwise be divided Into
three classes old fools, middle aged
fools and young fools, the first being
the greatest, as "There is no fool like
an old fool."
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OLD THINGS.
Greek doors open outward, and in
going forth a man knocked first, ac
as to warn chance yasiiers by to stand
out of tbe way.
ALL DISTRESS FROM STOMACH AND
INDIGESTION IS ENDED FOREVER
Why not art now today and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
and indigestion? A dieted stomach
gets the blues and grumbles. , Give It
i good eat, then take Pane's dlapep
sin to start tie digestive Juices- work
ing. There. will be no dyspepsia or
belching of gas or eructations of un
digested food; no feeling like a lump
of. lead-in the stomach or heartburn,
sick headache and dizziness, and your
fod will not ferment and poison
your breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Dlapepsin costs only 50 cts.
for a large case at any drug store
here, and will relieve the most obstlw-'
ate case of indigestion and upset
stomach la five minutes.
There Is nothing else better to take
gas from stomach and - cleanse the
stomach and Intestines, anf beside s,
one triangule will digest and prepare
for asslntilatiort into the blood all
your food the same as a sound, heal
tUf stomach would do It
When Diapepsln works, your stom
ach rest gets Itself In order, cleans
up and then you feel like eWing
when you come to the table, an.l
what you eat will do you good.
AbsoK'to relief from all stomach
mls?ry is waiting for you as soon as
you decide to begin taking Wapepsln,
Tell your druggist that you wan
Pape's JMapepsln. .because you want
to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion.
The individual. flavor of
Woodford Brand Corn
is Javejqpecf in if he field.
Our specially- pedigreed variefy
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