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oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooo oooooooor 0 E IF URT mm An Extffa- Special foff this week-Any Suit w Dess in silk on wool, in oas immense stock, at mmA.mJ kJi 3 o 0 fj I v 1 Mm SA1WL WHITE DRY GOODS COMPANY, 807 COMMERCIAL AVENUE. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O CO TODAfiAfl CAIRO? CHURCHES EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES, WITH ELABORATE AND EXCEPTION- ALLY. IMPRESSIVE MUSICAL PROGRAMS WILL BE 1 HELD AT V THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ST. r PATRICK'S CHURCH, CAIRO BAPTIST . CHURCH, CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER AND LUTHERAN CHURCH MASONIC FRA TERNITY WILL ATTEND SERVICE IN A BODY THIS EVENING AT THE LUTHERAN CHURCH. . i Calvary Baptist Church. -Corner of Sixteenth and. Toplar ttrecta. Rev. L. O. Graham, paster. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Services at 11 a. ro. and 7:43 p. m. Dr. W. T. Throgniortoii' of Marlon, editor of tho Illinois Baptist, will preach at the Calvary Baptist church Sunday, bcth morning and evening. The morning themo will be "Valid Baptism;" evening theme. "What Constitutes the Chuich of Christ." Presbyterian Church. Impressive Easter services will be held at this church today, corner of Eighteenth street and Washington avenue, Rev. C. S. Buchanan pastor. The program arranged lg as follows: Morning. Organ preludo. ; f J , Poxology. Invocation. " , . ' The Lord's Prayer. Choir, All('lula-)ralobllua. Hymn SO. Scripture reading. ''.' " Prayer. Anthem, "Break forth Into Joy" ti&BLDOD PISffl Removing the symptoms is not all that is necessary to cure Con tagious Blood Poison. The virulent germs which produce these out ward manifestations must be completely driven from the blood before a real cure can be effected. The least taint left in the circulation will, sooner or later, cause a fresh outbreak of the trouble, with all the hid eous symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat, copper colored splotches, falling hair, sores and ulcers, etc. Contagious Blood Poison is It has its victims in its power almost before they realize its presence, because its first symptom is usually a little sore or pimple so insignificant that it does not excite sus picion. But the insidious poison is at work on the blood and in a short while the pa tient finds he is more or less affected from head to foot. Contagious Blood Poison is too dangerous to trifle with. No time should be lost in rid ding the blood of this destruc tive poison,- and in no disease is it more important to have the proper remedy. Medi cines which merely check the symptoms for a time and leave the real cause smouldering in the system have brought mis ery and disappointment to thousands. Faithfully thesuf ferers took such treatment, usually of mineral nature, and when all symptoms had dis appeared and the treatment was left off,- found the virus had only been shut up in the system awaiting a favorable opportunity to return, with every symptom intensified. S. S. S. cures Contagious Blood Poison and cures it permanently. It goes down into the blood and removes every particle of the poison, makes the circulation pure and-healthv. and does not leave the slightest trace of the disease for future outbreaks. S. S. S. is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, all of which are heal ing and cleansing in their nature. It does not contain a particle of mineral in any form to injure the delicate parts of the system. S. S. S. will also drive out any lingering remains of mineral poison that may be in the blood from the former treatment. - If you are suf fering with Contagious Blood Poison S. S. S. will cure you. because it will purify your blood. Home treatment book and any medical advice free D all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA, Barnby. j ' ' ' Announcements. Hymn 232. ' ' ' Offertory, VIoliu Miss Sutherland'. Anthem, "As Sleep Takes Flight" Shelby; Solos by Miss EfHo Latisden. Address. Hymn 328. , . Communion service. Hymn 322. ' Benedictirn. Organ Postludo. Evening. I ! I Organ prelude. Choir, Lift Your Glad Voices Fi!- by. ; , , , ' Rfisponsive reading. , Prayer. ' Solo, The Light of the World Stephens Adams; Mr.. Kylo Ent. Announcements. Hymn 232. Offertory. Anthem. "Why Sleep Ye" Simper. The sermon. Hymn 403. Benediction. " ' ' Organ Postlude. ' " ' " trie most treacnerous or an diseases. CORED SOUND AND WELL. . That Sks: I dfdn ' t find out that I bad contracted Contagious Blood Poison until it had made consider able headway, and fortunately lor me the friend that I a rat consulted bad bad some experience with the disease, and advised me to take S. 8 . 8. . so I didn't fool with any doctors, bat began at once the use of your medicine, taking it as diiected. My friend told me to stick to it, and that vaswbatl did and got along splendidly from the very first, and my recovery was rapid. 1 took a number of bottles, and am now as well as ever. When I began S. 8. 8. my face was so full of sores and eruptions that I could not shave, and now there is not a blotch or pimple on my body. There is nothing in the world that can beat 8. 8. S. for Blood Poison, and I al ways recommend it for such cases. A friend of mine is taking it now, and is getting along nicely. WALTKR WEBER. ?M Oakley St., Evansviilr. lnd. COVERED WITH SORES. I was afflicted with terrible blood disease, which was io spots at first, but afterwards spread all over my body. These soon broke out into sores, and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. Cefore I became convinced that the doctors could do me no good, 1 had spent a hundred dollars, which was really thrown away. I then tried various patent medicines, but they did not reach the disease. Wheat had finished my first bottle of 8. 8. 8. I was greatly improved, and was delighted with tbt result. The large red splotches on mr chest begaa to grow paler and smaller, and before long disap peared entirely. I regained my lost weight, be came stronger and my appetite greatly improved. I was soon entirely well, and my skin as clear as a piece if glass. B. L. MEYERS. 5) Cliaton Street, Hewatk, H. J. TBS USUAL SYMPTOMS. . Raving used S. S. 8. quite extensively, tarn in position to know its virtuts. As the result of a se rious blood disorder my blood became poisoned and I suffered severely wilk Rheumatism and other symptoms not necessary to mention. A friend told me h had been cured of my trouble by S. S. 8. and upon his recommendation I began its use. Af ter using it for some time my blood was thoroughly cleansed of 11 poisons and made pure and strong again. I wish also to (peak of its tonic properties. It built up my general bealth.it improved my appe tite, gave me increased strength, and I frit better in every way. I am a great believer in 8. 8. 8. , and with pleasure recommend it to all who need a got blood medicine. ROBERT M. ZWEITZIG. i: Chestnut Street, Lebanon, Pa. oooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOO O 0 o Southern Methodist. Corner Thirty-seventh and Elm streets. Pastor, Rev. J. C. Throg morton. Services are as follows: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preach ing 11 a, m.; Junior Epworth League, 2 p. hi.; class meeting, 3 p. m.; Sen ior Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.; preaching, 8:00 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday,' 8:00 p. m.; cottage pray er meeting Friday, 8:00 p. m. Morning subject, "The Resuirect'cn of Christ," from the text Matt. 28:(i. Evenln special services by the chil dren. Christian Science Society. The Christian Science society holds services every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock and every Sun day morning at 11 o'clock at Monte flcro synagogue, 1105 Commercial avenue, second floor. The public Is cordially Invited to all meetings. First Methodist. Coriuer of Eighth and Walnut streets. Rev. J. G. Dee, pastor. Sun day school 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior League I p. m. Mrs. Kate Lemen, superin tendent. Epworth League 6:30 p.m., Miss Bessie Wilson, president. Morning theme, "The Resurrection Command." Evening, the Sunday school will render an Easter program. The pastor will take an offering fcr the Benevolent claims of the Churcti at the morning services. Following Is the program for the evening servjee: Organ Voluntary. Easter Hymn. Scripture Lesson. Prayer. Anthem, choir. Recitation, "Easier 1 Triumph"; Florence Snyder. Primary exercises, "Renunciation Story", 12 children. Solo, "I'm Only a Little Christian", Iols Dee. Exercise, 14 gilrs. , .. , Piano solo,, Willie Tlppltt. ; Recitation,,. "The Lord of Light and Life", Mary Atherton. Solo, 'The Violet", Mary Longneck- er. -,; Chorus, Infant class, Offertory Solo, Mrs. C. S. Dourqque. Hymn. Benediction. Immanuel Lutheran. The following Easter programni3 will be given: Douglas street between Washington and Walnut streets. Pastor, Rev. Charles H. Armstrong. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning service 11 o'clock. Evening, 7:30 o'clock; Sunday school 9:30 o'clock; Christian Endeavor, 0:45 o'clock; prayer meeting Wednes Morning. Anlhem. Order of Communion service, j Holy Communion. y Eienediction. , . Evening. Organ and violin voluntary. '" Anthem by choir. Anthem by vespers choir. Sermon. Solo by Mrs. T. Gaub of Littl; Rock, Ark. Offertory. Calra Commapdery Knights Te n plar will attend the evening service Cairo Baptist Corner of Tenth and Poplar Rtreets Parsonage adjoining. Pastor, Rev. S. C. Ohrum. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 a. m. Even Ing service 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. B.Y. P. IT. meeting Sunday C:43 p. m. , Morning subject, "Further Light on I he Larger Vision an.l the Grcaier V'ork which Is to be a bird's eye view of the great mission of our Mas ter for the World." Evening subjit. "From ' Death to Life," being the second of ihe series of seven great things in salvation. It will deal with the meaning of the believer's baptism as illustrated by the death of Jesus. There wil be special music at earh service. Church of the Redeemer. Corner of Sixth street and Wash lngtoij avenue. There ill be lay services at t'e Church of the Redeemer this morn ing at 1 1 o'clock witti special music. An Easter offering i asked for th? repairing of th church and rectory. At the Sunday school each pupil will be presented with a pitted plant ss an Easter tokpn. All are urged to at tend. The music at the morning srv!c j will include the Processional Hymn ; "Allelria" Risen Ixjrd Henry WI1- j son: Venite 17. char.t took; TeDeum. Woodward; Beaejictus lio, chsnt; book: Anthem ','The Lord is Risen" A. Sullivan; Recessional Hymn 113. Christian Church. Services today at Safford Hall, Eleventh and Washington. Rev, Frank Thompson, p astor. Sunday school at 10 a. m., preaching at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. ' ' : ' Morning subject, ' "Immortality." Special music. Evening "er vice at 7:40, subject of sermon "An Un answered Question. St. Joseph's Church. Tmpresslve Easter services will be held.Vhis morning at St. Josephs church at Cross and Walnut streets, Rev. Father Cillen officiating. Fol lowing is the program: Ijow Mass at 8 o'clock a. m. High Mass at 10 o'clock a. m. In t rol t n rego ri a: . Kyrie Messa In honoreni St. Peter; Grvber. Gloria Gruber. Gradual. Credo Gruber. Veni Creator, Solo by Joseph Raeth. Offertory1 Gregorian. Sanctcs. Sanctis and Benedictus Gruber, Agnus Dei Gruber. Communio and Pos! Commnuulo Gruber. The choir consists of the following members: Organist, Miss Rose Mad den: Directress, Mrs. B. R. Thisfe wood. , Sopranos Susie Batferlon, . Mary B-icher, Rdse Howley, Mary Klein, Mrs. C. Kusencr, Mrs. John T. Walsh. Al... l.,.. 1), Tl ,.. U-1,.1,1 j Tenors Ed Pticher, Geo. Fischer," C. Kuiiener. , Basses Joe Kucher, Carl Buclier, Carl Karcher, Jos. Rat tli. The offering will be for the dioce san orphanage, St. Patrick's. Easter services of an exceptionally interesting character will b3 held to day at St. Pa'rirks cfiurch, corner of Ninth street and Washington avenue, Rev. Father Downey officiating. Fol lowing is the program: Low mass at 8 a. m., at which all members are expected to comply with the Easier obligations.. High mass and Bernion at 10 a. m. with tho following program: Kyrie Cimarosa's Military. Mass Gloria Mozart's Twelfth Mass. Credo Mass St. Cecelia Gounnd. Offertory Ave Maria Wlegand; by Miss Myrtle Bambrlck. Violin Obliguto Mrs. L. E. Profl let. Satictus Mass St. Cecelia Gou nol. Renedictus and Agnus IM Mas) St. Cecelia Gounod. Praise Ye the Father Gounol. Following are the members of the choir: Mrs. L E. Profilet, directress. Miss Kate Redman, organist. Sopranos Mrs. Thomas P. Cotter, Misses IxHiise Steinhouso, Myrtle Bambrirk, Nolle I.lnd, Bessie Staph ion, Emma lttner, Hattie Eisex berg, A. Poller. Altos Miss I.ilie Burn, I. McNully. Eschman Curran. Basses and tenors Dr. J. H. Mo Maims, L E. Frofilet. Joseph McNuI ty, I. McNamara, Wm. B. Ryan. GENERAL CHURCH NOTES. The Polygamous Mormons have in all the states and territories of the I'nion about 35.O0' adherents. The Roman Catholics of Berkeley. California, are erecting what Is to be known as Newman Hall. In that eity at a rout of flOO.OOO. A World's Missionary congress will ie held In Edinburgh, Scotland. Jrne 1121 at- which time subjects an.l plans of international concern are to he considered. FiKard C. Mercer. International secretary of the Y. M. C. A. i sit ins institutions of higher learning for Dip purCFe of strengthening Chris tian work among collcse men. The recent conveision of Mr. ( hans To Ling, one of Ihe leading eduratois ami pniianthropists ol Tientsin city has roused much com-men- in various government circles In China. Mr. Chang is now un ler orders to investigate education in the Fnitcd States; Germany, France and Ensland. In lSfl there were about 2. "I1 church edifices In America. Valued at about " million nd a hxlf dnllars. No wthere' are 1S7.8t'rt chnrc h buiM inps valred at ITJI.to.'too an-1 t!i; ar.nral expenses are $2K;.mmu'". The American Cniversity st Wash ington. D. C, UDder the auspices of fit Is Good for (The Whole Family 1 4 ilof lakes MASSE Try A f M for ir . r 1 tVw - - a all J . . TL . r.'llssjnMAUl . sf.- Juhe JO.I906.-SeriiTrto:i3.90K he Methodist Episcopal church' i has received a gift of 111,000 from a "Fiiend" f Ohio, who wishes his name withheld tor the present. v BEHOLD THE PLACE WHERE THEY LAID HIM, (By Mary A. Maglll, Cairo, III,) In Joseph's rock-hewn tomb in the suburban garden of Golgotha upon a bed of stone on which no one yet had lain, the body of Christ was placed, and according to the custom of thej Jews, the whole body except the head, was wrapped In fine llneiv with sweet, spices brought by Nleodemus; the head was covered with a sheet that fastened behind the slioulders and on the breast. Thus they laid Him on Friday night, and, according to the Jewish recoiling, "three days and on the morning of Ihe third day He orse from the tohib." Imagine Ihe vision that met the gaze of Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James , and Salome, who went to the sepulchre that Easter Sunday morning with sweet spices to anrjiliit Jesus. The large stone which I hey had seen Joseph, Nicodemus and other friends place before the door the previous Fridt;' evening had been removed. Entering the j sepulchre they saw the empty bed of stone, and orv one side the winding sheets, and sitting on the right side of the tomb was a youns man, as St. Mathew relates, full of glory. Speechless In llieir astonish ment they looked at. the young man, who said: "He Is risen; He is not here, but go tell His disciples and Peter that' -he goelh before them Into Galilee, (hero you shall see Him." Their work bf love was rewarded. TtfcV' tild liof stop, but hastened to obey the .angel's command to say to 'he disciples and Peler, "He Is risen; He is 'not here". And from all the a'tars in Christendom this glad Eas ter niorring the atiRel will hear the preacher anil the singers proclaim ing, "The Ixird Is .risen! Hosanna in the' highesL Hnsanna!." and tbe re frain is carried from the pulpit, to the people . and . from . the people to the vaulted roof above while pious heart thrill through strain of it. ... A. description of the tomb of Chris', aCtst rding to -the venerable Uede, was one prepared by Joseph of Arlmathr for himself not far from Mount Cal vary. He rut into the side of a rocs and cleared a space the size of a smsll room, or rather he cut out a round arch in which a man standing could touch the roof with his finger The oening of the cave was rather small, an.l on the east side. l'Kin en tering there was on the right side. i. e. towards the north, a bed of tnarbl" seven feet long and three hands hieli with an elevation at both ends. And here Is where they laid Him and to the devout Marys was given the joyful tidings of Christ's resurrec tion. i . Never, in all Its glory has the Earth seen so fair a dicy As when the Marys found the Stone rolled from His tomn 4 awa'' a. . i.- . "3 ? JU gc" ST A CAR LOAD OF CLARK JEWEL GAS STOVES We will have one of each design on display at the Trade's Exposition, Glynn Building, beginning April 12th. We have secured the services ol a first-class cook to demonstrate the pleasure and economy oi cooking on a Clark Jewel Gas Stove. We will also have a lull Hoe on display at oar office 800 Washington Ave. Wecordially invite the public to call at either place and look over our excellent line of Gas Stoves. Why not avail yourself of the opportunity anil secure one of these beautiful Gas Stoves be fore the hot weather sets In. Remember our . terms are so reasonable that any one conjd and should own a Clark Jewel Gas Stove. We have reduced the rate on gas to $1.25 (net) per 1000 cubic feet, therefore, it is within the reach ol all. Don't wait, now is the time. Our commercial agent will be pleased to explain the different features and pleasure derived from cooking on a Clark Jewel Gas Stove or Range. For further information please call our Commercial Department, Home Phone 116, Bell 140. Yours very truly, CAIRO CITY GAS CO. Eest Preparation for Future. The best jirejaration for the f'.iture is the r xetit well seen to, snd the lant duly well done. George Macdon nid, A Chinese Trat. A New York girl marries a China man "to ?p1e her pareu'.." True Chinese spirit. When a Chink wants rerenge he hangs himself on bis enemy's front irrh. - o ' r ITteri -JIM . ., . . ... ARRIVED! AND RANGES A In Character. ' Wife "Is thene atir difference be tween a firt and a fortrcssf Hns band "Not much, except, of cours. that a fortress must bo harder to it lence." UppiDeoll's. A Tongue Twister.. The watch that watched th watch that watched that watch watched tha watch that watched tbe watch tha- wa'cted that wntch wcto rfsV""