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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 29, 1909.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE WAGEMHALLS & KEIVilPEIR -Hi Having seen this Show I can recom mend it lo be one of the best that has ever played in Cairo. D. L. WILLIAMSON. Present the Great American Play 3m PIUCKS Entire lower lloor $1.50; lirst two rows .livss c ircle ?l.OO; balance of dross circle 75c; tfnllery 25c, 50c. Seats on sale Saturday. 7 Less E3V EUGENE WALTER Xa TONIGHT At 1' J ' ' 4 i . ' " . GyiifiCi w s Um r M HOUSE NIGHT MARCH RETURN OF LAST SEASON'S GREATEST DRAMATIC SUCCESS-SEAT SALE TODAY THE MOST TALKED OF PLAY OF THE CENTURY. WM. A. BRADY AND JOSEPH GRISMER'S PRODUCTION. 3 1 rM is i i isi mm OF THE u A Story of Present-Day Conditions, by George Broadhurst. Presented In This City by the New York Savoy Theatre Company. 200 TIMES CHICAGO FGJR MONTHS PHILADELPHIA TWO YEARS NEW YORK i i. 200 TIMES BOSTON "t.r PLAY THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN"--THEODORE ROOSEVELT g 1I.wUlw,.,.Um.S;J;, nALCO.W SCOP, 7.5cnndS0c. QA1LFRY SOc and 25c. TQ c.,c .,,,, Calro Opsra Ilnasc. D. L WILLIAMSON, Mmgr i SOCIAL cAND PERSONAL o rrj j .Mr. ( !(';ir (.r v, '.s:i ; f ilio F.in-nw in 8 Q; r Mr. Y, T. CirYiVElVSL'V BRIEF One Night Only Wednesday March 31sf MURSAY & MACK In llie sti'onJ Hilliim fflliLir gnati'Sl The Sunny Side of Broadway Extra Feature the won derful Faccorajih Latest Electricallnvcntion Original New York Trodae- Lion ami JUaiitv Ilrirade. Erldqc Whist Club j Hn-Jj::' " his t fiiilj u ill h. ! ! t :u!ar r.i.-i-tl.u :;t !! licmi.' .rl Married Yesterday. :is !:csii' Turn was nsar-1 T!i ':'; ytsn.r.hiy all imim. ill t t .!( :m M. jils tv ..inn, ine rer. i.umy p.-norni -.1 ,.irs. Waiter Kn-bs of u,.,,, , We.,.i-i-- n: Si. Ia-.uU hy II. v. Dr, . Fayu:e ten avenue. T!somis::n, at his nsi.ii'nw m J in-1 !el l!..ulvar,t. Mr. an.l Mr.-. Ai m C. L. Siei.h. f . ,.hi u rive.i V...I la'-,, a shost weldi,,.. tri;l. Ms j.,.,,. y,.vri.r,ir,r an,! is matin, ar ''J : ' ''!:;:-:" " s"'' 'vlatlv.s. au-l jr.,n.;r...n.i.s K.r ,h.. f,r "'v n"r!1 a f, w '!:.v to r.- ifa-niiv lure. Mr. Smith who is - ""'I', iU1Ca,!ro; . , I ' -M vMth U.e Chieau, Mill Co., f.. la. ln.lt w on,, o. the b.st known ,, iKlll i;, ,,, .,. ... . ,, , - if t an-o i.ii.i ene ofw., r,.l1l(iv t'.ie jnest popular. S!:,. is a si-li r of!u-nr a"o Mis. n. !:. KJHs. an.l has r, -i.l, .1 l-,..-.!' a number of ve.irs. I -Mi..s M..ry Williaais , ;' ;,,!.,; s're 't I '! !:: Iet-u ii is r:tpi.ii in'pr.n i.M.l Will be ah! . to lie .ut se.,11. j GfRL TELLS STORY BR idCCI DEAL Mrs. P.. A. iPi.b'i- an.l .I.-iim!;ier M: Minnie runine,! hil i.ii:';: trmi vi.-it wiili relatives ia Sf. liuis. lio.it eby t il tor of the T.-leyrani. a:i, .iurirt? the 'a t three Mt: in a !jl;e l-.-Shi ii!b! Original .Sheath-gown girl. 49 PEOPIE 40 PMICKS Kntlro lower M wir St.OO. First two rows dii-K8 rlrcle 7V. lial am e of ilnm circle ."Je. uallcry S'x tstaw on nale 'l'uc-dav. Matinee and Night, Satarday, April wl U PORTER J. WHITE'S Complete Production of Goethe's Immortal FAUSTli; Willi Miss Olga Verne as MARGUERITE The follo.vitis Klecili al Kiteets will all MsltiVfly lie proiiuced luit: The Rain of Fire. The Midnight Stars, M: The Mystic Lightning Hugs, The Morning Glories, The Fiery Necklace, Serpents. The Ouel of Heath. The Circle of j Klre. The Flower i:;r,ien. The Wi ir.l j nui.n. ioiisoi special iiery. prop trliesaml Klwttlc.it Kml.IUsliMuuls carrle.1. PU1CKS Xlsht. 'iV7 7 uv). Mat: ne, lowe-Hoar jj,., ar circle iv. Children 10c any part or the lieu . Seats reserved for both perfurniancis pi .' ition on Tile I :ii 1 i. t :n . t i tn was tarown miieh in e n ai-t vita peoj.-,. .'in.l saiMe.I a Itosr of j o.i frlea.ls. Mi.r.cvrr. !ho .iisplaye.I niarV-c I ability in this; rather trylntt po-i-iiens, aii.that is nu re iniper ani those fpiaiPios rf n.in.l ana heart which n:-o pot to be istbuate.l by t. o cruinary role of valr.os. She lai he!. I a liiuh .!aee in social, li ,'!a'y v.r., miisieril circl. s ia Cairo, to whi -il File Will be we!er i:,.j ,r refmi as a brhle. Mr. Alb ti eanie to Cairo only a few months auo to b' eotr.e stiiperinten.! ent of the Cairo Contracting & Tlre.!?. be'1'- He is from M:iwai. a K,a'!''e of the fnhtr.-itv .f -lr:llS II. ail a eiee'e.r,ir..,l ' r.f ri.,-npn;x ! aMh'tv. li's W,(.i.aeiiy pr-hahly was ,.l:t to .. s. venr ,t in oratieetfon with the i ('aii' I,'',-t th.-m ever Ti To e, b -ea :so ,ef the ntattv nt-'r .Vr.,.f,jr ,irTi it; ,H n hun 'av! i. re , ,., .,i th(j, s .,. s fn',!1 T:!:i" T;) !:!.' sii.I that he has Ti' en a Me t tiiein as fat Mrs. Al.t.a Watson an.! M:s. V, ill f.'.'rry I i. . I T i if Chieap. are sitesis if Xi-AVV l &mM f !::. ..enth street. Mrs. deny r tiirne, to In r hon e in Chicago last ulah- but Mrs. M'-ats. ii v.' ill ivinala for swan., titne. Mrs. C. C. Ti rte!l wa n; tn Charh s-i'.-n y. siei'iiay to at, n.i the funeral f the late Mr. .b.ha 1 lo.v.'.-lt. Musi s Crare an.l I!. l""i.. . I. High School Entertainment. ' T!ie pupils t f the senior and junior c'.i.s.-u s of Cairo ili ;h School are pr paring to i.ri settt a i lay some thue i l April or May at the Hih Seho.ii, ' ! '.; is t: take th.. place of tite e:i ti i t;ii;,i;:e.ii yhi;!i was mis., out of the Iltsh School eoerse on acta ipir ( f the illness of the. performers. The play will le idviii tui.ler the ilirea lior, of Mrs. I,. A. Miller, the super!!:- tendettt of in.isie. AH season tickets Paducch Man Arrested in Alexander County For Serious Crime H-d Abandoned Daughter Mk. ar.,1 Mrs. R. T. H.-.lar. s and son Fviii retni'v,! yesterday frena S . da'ia. Mo., where they were call by the death of Mrs. Hoes pa;th. ;. Mr::. William Ma ,e and Mis.; M. : tie Pini hi r ,,f Mayfi. hi. Ky., w.a. mil s:s i sier.iay c.f lb., forme; ', breiher. Mrs. C. ) .. e,elt or ;will ), ....r.,l , r ,.,v. I') ".'ere i.e,e Sa'er.lav t ihii, "' oi 11. 1. 1. I Fm Chtnnma Ktn,m Miorls Soioitioa, rernierly ':,aai;i., as junk dealer at Cer.tralia. 111., has r'teev.,1 to this eity atnl has Vone into partnership with his 1 , t -o i h. c r .1 . Sa : 1 iiu.aiilL.e-4 link dealer Rabbi Me;,. r Lowieh. of ,!,i,ah. was her- y.i't r-.lay and h. Id se:-. v ie.'.s at. the S itauvimte. Mr. I. WalleiMein, (f r'adueah, If hete viHthy: Mrs. c. May and faiu'y Of Kiev. !, til Mf, -. Mr. L!oy. I'jiey of Jackson, Ten: - here vis-iiite; relatives for a fe du.lt;.. W. X. IluMer return, d Sa' urday e,e,if::- foni Jotieslu ro, wh.a- has In en hoMins; court, to s.ea 1 Sut.ilay widi his lat.ii'v. ("..!.':. in l!i;..e jorum ef th I.'-M'hon-e T-mier Col, b it i;..,. wa n.-re y.-M. rd.iy the u, m .f M Mr-. J. S. Ai. :h: rpe. Mi.-.? Hdna Martin ef i'adurali, iv,n !h" ciiest of Miss Kditii Hill yest.'i da v. Mr. !. .-ti i':eiu a lei, -It I tiise.ii has rt turn -s itiji to St. Louis. M;s. .Sate'el I'-.tir,'r- lias ret tin e from a hrh f v ,slt to S'. Louis. Mr. J. W. W ... left for CniratM Saturday I:l:;hl ,.it bt.sitii ss. :ai lower Walnrt street. The firm here was formerly known as J. Solo mon . Co. but lias le- n chanK'd to Solomon liros. Purchased New Buggy. T. W. Cannon has purchased a handsome new s'alion coach from the Three S'a: s Implement rom pany. t. is enclosed in ulass and in capable of s'titintt four pi rsons. and Mr. and Mis. .Iain, s WiU who ;u-:h- ?-ii -i.t of .Mr. and Mrs. C "s v ci u Id h. o i1. W1" return to th.ar borne ia is a ti;ai: -r 1 t and owivomn i OV e'1- j Alien has he,.. ' 1 Me; l.ysheif) today. Ci ree, ,-,(. ' l e.n te'-'V sou e i o Cairo to lie . t many ,,f. l:- S ubhins and !:!!' thi..s- who ha .. ,!,,. plea-are' or'i;"-;;!,:' r K'i;"1 at- ex, , t,., t:) '!!! i. wee c-.-e m him hh-li'v.;" 1T:'n lr"m Ma'tootl the 1; ( f this w. k. Pi-rlek Mi 'a th- ( it v vi -"i of radie";i!t, w;n : ..'ay. Wrist Cut. Charles Wilson, expta ssman on the I'.i Ft. rr, l:ad his left hand Revet ely cat y.st.t'day by a fa intr trunk, lie .vil! probably be laid nu for several 'vt'.'b. C'is Haa'-. r, (f Memidiis, Term., is ere on Unsire. s. r par. FULL! ACCREDITED on sale This lav. PATHE THEATRE 1 S ElBhth Strct MOVING PICTURES PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY TONIGHT Grand Doable Bill Surprise Party. vt.. r ... ,., - em ia- i ,iit,ey wa ar.t.y sii.-i.)-;s... bv . i.i aus ar t.er homo on T sM. -i. Saturday . v. i!1!r. The ,. of ?wt f '::: v. t at the Aura ni:lt. -.el i I Cut. If V tl.v.n ,.,.,...,. i, - 1 w I .1 1 "" ...ii :. ...... i ' I , , "t A IS 'O.M. - Ta , I e l,o Oil I',, n l e:,. ' ... , . 1 ' I 1 . I 1 I ! . .:s vtry r.:.K-ll r-n joyed l-v ' "' 'Tl ' n;- K'l' of II. II ' who j w irav.i. Th se :.r " e -Miss. s 'hrl-t: Mirs the v.-rv id. as-1 "'-'"i. v t"r rt party if ..: -c"'i"n'!' C.'.-!i I!-;ist.-r ( o.. has r l.irra i to 1 ,..,).- p, (,,.. (; ;.;). .b an. Mo. Uotown Sver Otsened. Tli.y Twenty eighth street fewer wti ipen..l yistfrdav mortiint; and th water in t lie low lots uj town drained oir very rapidly. if U D ii; MOTOR CAR peakini? of the case of Troittwine v. hose arrest, here was referred to In Saterday's Iin il. tin the radticah N e s 1 )e n i oc i a t says: Charged with a InrK. i-htimati crime, .ianttei Troutwim, a libotvr, was lodged In the eeuuiy jail pri,ay ht by Special Detective T. j. Moore, who arrested him at Ibsweod, III, in Alexander county. Trontwhte is aecutied of ruining his Ulyear-ol.' daughter, Carrie Trotilwine. and it was hy accident the crimp was .lis- emred. Tlie young girl was taken bofor.' Magistrate (.'. W. Kmery about five weeks am to answer quest ions. She had been found running the streets and had no place she could carl her home. Magistrate Kmery put. her through a hard "sweat" and tin; girl is said to have confesed that she had been reined hy her father about live months previous. She said that at the time hi' w;is encaired in cut ting timber and took her to tic wood.: with him. The cdiild stated that he ;hreatene, t,, kill her If she ever told the stur; ard she was afraid to ill ruleo the fiendish erinio until the court had guaranteed her pritectior. The bill's mother is dead and after the father cemmiited the nlloRo I fiendish crime he left her to shiu for herself. She has been placed In a family en the south side to await the cxaminint; trial, which probably win vv ii.-iu .Momiay, tieicre .Mas's trate Kmery. Speaking of the arrest Detective Moore stated, "I found Troutwine in the woods eutiitiK ties. I had a dep uty sheriff with me and a warrant that had been sworn out before a justice of th" peace. When the war- Neighboring Kentucky Towns Likely to Sell 1907 Crop to Associa tion For $300,000. (Padiifah News-Democrat.) Probably the largest tobacco deal ever considered here is expected t ) be made in 1'aducah in the next ten days. IT the iiprCernent Is reached, as: it likely will be, the entire 1!K)T crop of lus? tobacco now held in the purchase will ho disposed of. which will resiil- n between $20d.oro ami $:;m,.l(Hl being placed in circulation. Henry . Andressen, of Louisville, and William Frazhr, of (luthtie, Ky two prominent tobacco huyeis, visit ed I'adueah early this week looking through the holdings In Pa lucali. They left for Mayfieid Thins lay. thence going to Murray, whrrj ih remainder of the crop is held. A. N. Veal, local fiaksnian. for . the Dark Tobacco Growers' a-i.soola.ti in. was deeply impressed - with th"if visit here and believes that' the deal will he made. Half of the crop is . held In Paducah warehouses of the association and amounts to l.r.Ort hogsheads of lugse. At May field 7"1 hogsheads of the rrop are held am .'.no are on hand at Murray. The tctal number of hogsheads is about ,1,(0 1 and the two buyers will consider the proposition for the disposal of the en-, ; ire crop. The price to be paid per hngshca 1 w ill average about $7... w hich wi'l In a good prie for the crop. A confer ence w ill be held In a few days an I the deal may he closed, pi-lt'ng out many thousands of dollars in clrcu-' hit ion. UNION MEN TAKE NOTICE. Cairo Hirjh School Passis Inspect'Oi i Cy Representative cf State Univers.ty. i!. A. Ii'di-t"-. who W:S ,'n CaloJ lir.J'ic ep! x, Ora. ()v ;"'" i.'Vr.i.H !'.r.:.t!,.y. pan Ahce MeKaiht, I.!:i S; Woa. !;.;-' I A- ' and InTe daueh- f:,:ra Mer Al,.-.. v g,;,.;:s Sa'iirdav rf'. ,.. I Mrs. Fi-.ttc-it.it II -r.l r.f , Walnti: el. M. r.v I:.-:;, r, a- 1 M. -srs. an : : : " ' livati. naymer,! Ihaaklia. Te ;;,-,' j Goldsmith. John Cas'l-mar. Sinn, o;i! -M.mrii- Tripp, form, tlv of Cairo, iiieooaiii. itew.ir.l Frank. 'P ora ctiarb stoii. Ko.linr. Ji ha Cre -han. Cliff ni V--.'"" rll' esi-n!ay vispiti cant. Glenn But!, r. t;(.ux,. Mat tine', v ami w :ij Me Sir. .v.rn. Miss Hz. 1 APebori.e t.rt v. pp. s. utative of the! of P'.ia. is to inspe-1 th" Cn'ro 1 1 iv.li School v.tP'-s j'r'f Cle-i-i i ': " h 't rhe Cain school is fu'lyi ' ' :.te.i t.j i. .. rnivrval'v. th i s iit t.h.ii meeting', and In I REPORTED TO HAVE EEE$ SERI- ; "tpiisition. lie wanted to go by hi OUSLY HURTSON OP MR. ' f-fonii his family, but I tol ,r ..nr. c-rr.Lj. lllim 1 W'"lld S'tld WOHl tO lliS fatlll'v ...r... a.r-r.u, .r,vr, ,,e Foni,.,,(,(ly was ,Q ,. SY MR. WHITNEY'S MACHINE, him a victim of a scheme." t i An open meeting of the Central Labor I'liion will be held Tuesday evening, March flu, at Casino Hall. All nnlnn tiu.n nvn. iiii.. i....:,. i rant was r.ad to Mm he said he wa:t T l, , s . V" " " '.' , . ,, ... .iloplis of interest to union nv n w 1 ietffficuKsed. innocent Would relnrn uilhontl W.C. Nichols. k. P. Kilcoyst. Joiix M. M.AKf rr Ar.r.. Kilcoyne Electrical Co. Qonse Wiring and Fixture Work a Specialty, j The Merry Little Heloers. The f.rst m-efir.g of the M,-rv I .tie Hi!'.-;, was he!, a, t:(, ,,.;,',,', j Mrs. A::r,n-!. ha: .: Satm-.lav ; . .'.uee.i. i in.. ; ti-raeiia W!!!, v ,v i : l. . i- . i , niter which n fr. -hmeiits a. i a" rn Ldaa Wiiso: ., was ia V hi i i e;: An acchlen' oecirred : latt night j abort : o'eh.ck in which a son of Mr. ml Mrs. St.phlc cf Tweiity-clghlh street was seriously hurt, boine ruiv 'own by an automobile owned and ,!.-(., I, I- M U'l linn,- , I, v t.rt i . ......... . , ....... 1 I ,. ". . 1 . . I I I I II - , llllll.l. v.. .11 ,.K, , , i, ,!',:!''' ... ,the sine-r Co 's f.lant. Ju-t hrw it . At Cairo Baptist Church Tonight Will MfFIIIIC HILL I I II U It is re- I. I i, vi ver. thait ptipiis of the -vcniai for Chicago w it re sh- wall -li.-'id M-veial w.aps visitirg frlep.U .1. Son?., a, ef C!ii.-;e.M, was her a '-: lie s f r St. Paul Fire In .ace Co., 'he r.,..,; ,,f Mr. C. Alba. nEADOUARTLRS 211 Sixth Street. I i t: a : 'is if the chili a Augusta i.-cth ci , let ie Sti g(-r. Gepcvjcv. June WcPy. Ih ameh. Enatjcment Announced. Inviiatii. hone i ave D.an received here nn--i.n,:it- the apprr aching man...:. ; t M.ss J-:s. phitte .Lit htcv (.. Mr H.mej soecs lor Cornets, if1"1 -NVl .f "wat..,;,.: jIJwa. Miss Iiebtey . 1 .j ,,.,. ,-..i y.r, a-o, tin- g,-. (f MlP (. .eis. The weddin- will (:,',.. piace at Waterhw), Ajuil 10. 'i. s ftra .1; ties of kl VU l Je-ter-lay S yt la e of Fit" ii aud V,i -:ar '. W'l ' D.li v !.1od IMev of .iaikson. Ti lot., for nv tay f Cairo s:-at yest aday h ;c visiting I'lativas. I!hrb Si heol washing to 'l)ter th". I'l.ivir ity --' i ; 1 c hoove their cattrs' s whh ff, r,r: ,, 1,, th0 studies tlpy '..: .t ia i i;r-"i. in h" I'ni er.-i'y. haopmei ci uld not be learned. The r itng ma:i was oxissing the 6 red in th- ti.per pait of the city and could riot get ra t ef the way in ti ne to avoid the rapidly apptoachirg tun- BITTEN Of il WOLF Kept Anmsl in Paqe as cet Bat Kill? It Yce.-day and Called On Tcrtor. Close Revival Rev. Jones Will Preach. The revival meetings at the Cain hire. Mr. Whitney picked him up Daptist church will close tonight an 1 and brottgV him to Dr. Clark's olTho.k is hoped to have a rousirg hi fir smgical attention. His i.ijuri s meeting. Itev. Jones will nrench and .are interna! .Mr. Whitney's niacin w, tH, hja h(.arfcr9 something about jis n new ,-te of the buggy ir.okr the meetings and . the work and the C. C. p.. t I. e ,,;pi vel fit tl e Con--' rei il Prir Moi- C.i.'s leant, was bit- a v. . ilt -. i s; iiiay. He re-i ,'ea b n 'p :. v I.. ; :-t phov the i::y. itv'c and is a pood goer. VACCINATION KILLS SON Health Authorities For ths Su nof $10,003. power that must .be in them if they are to succeed. The meetings have been very Fticrcssful in point cf ar tendance and in general r salts. Re.'. Jones js not a sensational preacher. . but 51 vorv prrni.tt mnn Sn.l o,,.r.l Ard Father Brmes Suit. Against the ' im.(rf,s;ing lljs wh onlp. thing cf the sjiirit that moves hint. Rev. Ohrum the pas'or desires that there shall he a larger attendance at the meeting tonight. Kav. a., Ci'y. Mo.. March 2s. Wil- jfn tiw .:s-a-;i : i side ef th.- eity ; n l.l!a:u ;. Tinsa y. w hse son, Floyd, s f : it . ... AUiU H'" v.-":t: t ha? a air t -.'..iv.s in a '-ate u (hnaco l.,;t evening f.,- a visit. h-M. Y, si.-rday he s acted to r. pair I'fcc- and Me- .f the aniatnls i-m nani-iav .' :-t. even-1 !"ti n . ts i.,t:, t Ia Cairo nearl everybody real . il Bulletin. in.g for Ciii. aeo for a sin rt i i . Cliarb r, M. vers ri-tuin.d y. si. rdav from a riel visit to St. Louis. i-'. was taroi l to rnjrgo varcin.i:;o i by he ( ,'ty cb'iciahs and who Ii- of t lanes as a r.sele, lias brought mit his lee: an lifer .!iui -) against the members of hai d al-i. wh. n he in-lt'i' hospital and heiltli board, the hoard (f education, the health corn-n'is-ii.n and the ihysiei.ins who KT faiiued the vaccination. .-v . .i . ' ilertook to r. lease 1 i;ns?- if. Mr. Peird kill" ti e atipnal and earn ' to the city for s-un 1,-al tieattii"iit. DOG TAX NOTICE. I will pay SOc for every dog brought to iHilice headquarters, that tax is not paid on, which will be killed accord ihii to law. JOHN. SUEETIAN. ; , - Street SupcrTlflor. W. K. COVER, -Presldont. F. E. THI RMAN. Secretary. ' ' Too Late to Classify. "'i '. 1 r - -1 WANTED1 A." salesman. Intellh"1 gent sober man, must come w'el'. rcc' ' oinniertded. no othets need apply peoples FVimPtirc Co., 811 SIC Commercial. Do You Hear Well? ne oo utrophoi-A New.Scie.lifie uid v; i """""o tor i bm Who Arm . Df or Pwtiallr De.f MT hew B Twtad Fr at Our S. Hf or partlftttj Onmt people tear now maV - 4t. t-'f lxZo Ihll M nVuT oirocfnr hrartng aid H .o 3. I;"1"ll'i avtaml No c uro7, unHKhllr and frt.ju. nl . It la liur clctrl irlr which, ta Instant It la ai.i.rt mnanificm t'aa sou rid Wkvea III a-icb maBneraptocaaiirannn. uria i.Tro In tna Urnrnnt or alt aonnila It OTrrcorara th. ana o .-imi and fn.-otn rT'-rrl-rt the ritnl rmrt, ifOitrartkat.utuaUf.tlirnainral m-,Fi?7'V Burin" "' Opinion. a wh lutrr rf,frt.r, Kra Hg.li UHOIT 12 A Frr Trial of tha S lolx ri-,1 L . . . wiil coBTinc. Toa ol .ta p-rat merit. Call toda,. C. L. HEBSACKER, Druggist Exclusive Ajjent for ' Alexander, Pu laski. Union and Johnson Counties, 34th and Sycamore St. . Cairo, III.