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THfc CJAtSd BtttLETIN, M9NDAY MORNING, Ftf ?-tTP-V 21, 1315.
1 1 MiwmwMaHMiririmpiwi in iniumiimmi ,i is 1 , ill ;4 i If II CAIRO BULLETIN utarad t tfcadklro PiutmefortraatmlMloa ... Uronh Ln twnd'ClaM rates. ? dicd iirwo S niiui iilwo The steamer Ferd TIerold left St. 3 'Hi's Tuesday st noon. She got down i s far as Jeff ei son Barracks when the ! 'rtsr.1 came. delaying her arrival in r.ho till yesterday. She left at 4 cm k for Memphis. bryis P.erryroau passed through tie -'w to Paducah last night. He left V. e P.o'.le of Calhoun lau! up at Wand 'sower on account of the ice. S!mj v. ,t; en route from Paducah to fit-Su-iS . it e Queen City been laid up at J i ktr.au Bif.ce Sal unlay morning on !.,..,ou!jt of ice. Win realizations of tie cold ware her stay is likely to .ihe Cl some duration. .. . 'The Wright- is here.' until the -ex-t Med coiil weather has passed itHt's ill 4utiHt. She is, hound fori St. . Jo'jc. , v ' ' .'-The river marked (32.4, feet on ' the Cairo Range hut eirenlng. ' showing a rt of 2.. CeetJn24 hours.' i LOCKER CLUBS PAY HOT " J J).IL I - I 1 I " Neither' do' the Officers at : Nashville Move to Collect From ' Them. AFTER SUFFERING ONEJEAR Cured by Lydia E. Pink ham'sVegetableCompound Milwaukee, AVR "Lydia K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has made me a wcu wvumu, and Lwould like to telUaewholeworki of it, I suffered from female trouble and fearful pains in my back. I had the best doctors and they all decided that I had a tumor ia addition to my female trouble, and advised an opera tion. Lvdia E. Pinkham's eatable Compound mado me a weu woman ana x backache. I hope 1 can help others by icllinjr them v.hat Lydia L. Ilnkham s V'cffctablo Compound has "one tor ie:" M its. Km ju Imse, m 1 irst b Milwaukee, Wis. . The above is only one of the thon ands of grateful letters which ara -onstantly being received by the 'inkham Mwliciue Oompany of Lynn, lass., which prove beyond a dotibtthat Lydia J2. rinkham'd Vegetable Com ixJund, made from roots and herhs, iptiiailv does cure these obstinate dis- ases of women after all other means have failed, and that every aneh suf mnz woman owes it to herself to at least (rive Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegeta ble Compound a trial before submit ting to an opemtion, or giving up who nf rpcovprv. Mrs. Pinkhain, of Lynn, Mass., invites all sick women to write ...v r.i,di7iM She lias sruiaeu reu. u. iiifi'-i uci ...... - ... .,,. , ,. Ulmn!in s to uctuia twui v locker clubs xidTice is f ree. Kashville: Tenn are no developments in v, arrant cases against ii nd ?oft drink stands. No return: lave yet been made and no definit i iatc'hient comes fro:ii any autnorita tlve sources as to what m ne none i C'ojinty Court Clerk Shelton still ex- .Election Clerks and Judges to Be 'Cis rhe men against whom the war-1 Examined Tonight at Commer umU are directed to. begin maklm; cial Club Rooms,, lavments in a short time 1WLL MEET TONIGHT 10 MISSISSIPVI VALLEY TRANSPOR TATION CO. GIVES ASSUR ANCE TO 00 THIS HT RE. Correspondence Between Mayor. Par sons and Secretary Mathews Arent Cairo Board of Trade Meeting. JM WILL EE A COLD OM TWO Clu STORMS FOLLOVVXD DY COLD WAVES WILL SWEEP FROM THE ROCKIES TO THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. One of the attorneys for the deal ers said this morning: ; "If we pay, we will have to brins f-nt to recover in each case. There is no use to bring suits that we cai. rot win. We do not snow on whit pounds we are proceeded against- It we. kn?w where we are, the situation would b? simplified and payments might probably be made. We tjo not want to bring siH to recover money where the evidence against us is such m to make recovery impossible, brt we Lave thus far been unable to as certain what this information is. The warrants are many of them, ret un able today, but that does not matter. They cannot sell our property, we tlnuk, until they have advertised it lor ten days." The board of election commission e'rs have changed tii'? place of meet' ng of the selected judges and . clerks of election from the court house, tc jthe Commercial Club rooms: the tnu- of meeting will be 8 o'clocn. The four military companies ,sta tioned at the court house occupy mo.-t of the room now and it was thougiit best, on this account, to change There will be about C3 men in at trndance for examination tomorrow evening. FARIBANKS IN BERLIN. Berlin, Feb. 2-1. Charles V. Fair banks, formerly vice president of the Vn!ted States, today occupied the pul pit of the American church. Mrs, Hill wife of the. American ambassador, gave a reception in'honOr of : Mrs Fairbanks in the atfernoon. Some weeks ago representatives of the Mississippi vauey I ransporin- ... i r i- tion CO. wtin neauquariers ai oi. Louis were before the commercial bodies of this city outlining the pur poses of the company and trying to interest the citizens of Cairo in tak ing stock in the enterprise. Their ex planations and arguments were quite convincing and well received by the citizens present at the meeting, but the large amount of stock they asked airo citizens to subscribe put a dam per on entnusiasm; .nvwu svwvn m what is desired from Cairo .citizens. nvestnient. that Cairo will be made an important uepoi in uuuji'uuj and a large expenditure of money is -nade here a greater interest in the project will be manifested. The com pany is going ahead with the build ing of the first boat and expect to have it in operation this coming stmi ner. The following communications be tween Mayor Parsons and the com pany official-s will explain the situa tion: " ' . " Cairo. 111 . Feb. 17, 1910. Edward Hooker, Care Miss. Valley Trans. Co. St. Louis. Dear Mr. Hooker: The Cairo Board of Trade held its last meeting Tues day oiirbt as per previous arrange- A discussed the interest of ;he Mississippi J'ifey Transportation Company in a very favorable manner. fhnse rtresent felt that it woukl be jest for you to send in a representa s lo secure subscriptions to stock. further suggestion was made; that nnoniwth a st von were asltins lor a pecipc amount of stock to be sulF cribed for here, you give our people ome kind of tangible asurance that he money mentioned in the l"'os icetus as being the amount of money be spent here for permanent Im movements will actually Te invesieu n Cairo. The sentiment expressed t the meeting was that such an un derstanding would appeal to our peo ide very much more quickly than any other argument that could be used. Very sincerely yours, GEORGE PARSONS. 11 TURNED L WOMAN WhO CARIES TYPHOID GEf.M RELEASED QA CONOt TION THAT SHE- ABANDON HER VOCATION, COOK. Now York, Feb. 20. "Typhoid Mary,' who real name :lv withheld by tlic heuHh nc.thcritifh, js a Iree a;a:n after having lean ten; woman n cd in Washington. Feb. 10. HeJry o.er coats and fins will le in demand all over the country during: the weekk. ac cording to a forecast made taniiht by stormy cold wave is' the indication 'in hospitals Jor three years be- all districts from tl.v Uockies to the Atlantic corst, ' - A storm tomorrow and Tuesday will cross tho centrtu valleys, great inses and Atlantic seahoard, attended ly a heavy snow in the northern and rain op snow in the middle, and rain in tho southern parts of the country. Clear, cold Weather will follow the storm, overspreading the Mississippi Valley and upper lakes region Monday. A second storm, a'so to be followed by a cold wave, will appear in the extreme west about Tuesday and cross the plains and central valley slates Wednesday and Thursday an.l rea.-h the Atlantic coast Friuay. Sale of personal property of tjelat" B. R. Thistlewood, commencing Fel 22nd, an.! continuing until property it disposed of. The property consists c' 12 HEAD OF MULES, t HORSE, 11. K. plows, cultivators, lot of chain har ness, 1 buggy, 1 set of double harness 1 set of single harness, household, am' office furniture', 1 grader, 1 lotof corn. r wacons. Sale will be for cash or on time, purchasers giving note with annroved security, notes drawing six per cent interest. V. F. GIBSON, : N. B. THISTLEWOOD. Feb. 21,1910. Administrators v'r-Uf VxT'hL THE rODNDTfflOM every mrrnoM : - - Copyright IWIj by C. U, Zuumeroian Co. No. IS NIO true happiness can ever come 1 unless the fact of possible depen dency has been entirely eliminated, and this can only be done by means of a bank account. You should acquire one, and once started you will be sur prised how easily and rapidly it grows. J S. AISTIIORPK, . President. H. CAXDEE, Vice-President. W, P. WOOD, Vice-President. W. P. HALO DAY, , Vice-President, II. R. A1STHOUPE, ' " Cashier. ROBBED WHILE AT PRAYER. cause the physicians said tiint she was a living jecei'tncle for typhoid lenn;. She is a cook and therefore pur ticulailv likely to transmit the dis ease. With the understanding that (die conk no more, Health Commis sioner Led'-rSec announced to lay that the department had decided to re lease her. - : - The case is unique ia tho medical records. After repeated eases of ty phoid wre discovered in families for whom the woman had cooked, the au thoiities made an investigation which resulted in her detention on the theory that she was a walking reser voir for typhoid germs, harmless to heiself, but easily . communicated to others. A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. No woman who bears children need suffer d-ring the period of waiting, nor at any time of baby's Com-; ;.i-r if. Mother's Friend in used'as a mrxs.ifi'C for t!ie muscles, tendons cr.d Ekr.di cf the Lcdy Motliei':. Friend is a pene trating, healthful liniment whidi strengthens the laments, lubricates and renders pliant those muscles on which the mJJi is greatest, pre-1 vents caking of the breasts by keeping the ducts open; and relieves nausea, backache, numbness, nervousness, etc. Its regular, use will j prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger when the little one ; comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free ' book containing valuable information for expectant mothers. , WE mUH FIELD CO., ATLAHTA, GA. New Orleans, La, Feb. 2d. Mrs L. E. Flory,' of Toledo, Ohio stayini at. a hoarding house at .SIS Camp street, comnlained to the police Fri day that some one stole a tiamt sat chel from her containing two railroad tickets to Toledo and $21 in currency while she was kneeluig In prayer at the Jesuit church. She hays that upon entering the church she knelt in one of the pews aid laid the hand bag beside her. When she arose the handbag was missing. Mrs. Flory leit tonight for Memphis, where she has relatives. TRAGEDY OF A KISS. NARROWLY ESCAPES LYNCHING Sulphur Springs, Tex., Feb. 20. Hooker Finney, a negro, escaped lynching at the hands of a mob of fjonio citizens by just half an hour last night, when he was hurried to Greenville at 8:30 by officers in a private conveyance. A mob of a hun dred men from Como descended upon the court house jail at 9 o'clock and upon being shown through the prison was convinced that the prisoner was not in hiding there. Finney attacked and assaulted the iO year old daugh ter of Dr. M. C. Lynch, of Como, ten miles east of here, yesterday. Geneva, Feb. 20, A terrible tragedy of a kiss is iv ported from Arbon, near Constance. The son of the pro prietress of a girl's school named Ronibeau fell in love with one of the pupils. Mile. Obrist, aged 20. a beau tiful will who had finished her educa tion. Voting Ronibeau, who is 15 years old, had been secretly paying great attention to Mile. Obrist, who laughed at the boy's advances. Find ing themselves alone in tne saion last evening, th boy asked the girl for a kiss, and on her rcfu'-ar- shot her twice through the head. One of the bullets enttied Mile. Obrist'h bodv, and she lies in a very scrams condi tion. ; ' : um mm a r REPUBLICANS AROUSED. St. Louis, Feb. 18 1910. Hon. Geo. Parsons, Mayor of Cairo. My Dear Mayor: Mr. Hooker is in New York, but before he left he said ae had arranged for an agent to rep- esent this company in Cairo, and 1 iresume he will be with yon on Tues iav or Wednesday of next wek. We are very glad to1' hear of the sentiment in our favor, and I will en- lose with this a written assurance of our investment at Cairo signed by- Mr. Kavanaugh and myself on behalf of the company. I sent you yesterday an account of our new package freight boat. 1 should have added thai we will build three of these boats this year at a cost of $750,000. The three of them wUl carry- 700,000 tons i year 'and we have lumber and coai enough to insure them safe operation. itiese three boats should earn 9 per ent of our total capitalization. A Very truly, JOHN MATHEWS, Secretary. DR. COOK WON'T TALK. Mayor Parsons failed to find the written assurance said to tie en closed in the letter Of Secretary Ma thews but it will probably be received in the next mail, the assurance asked for was the guaranteeing of the ex penditure of $50,00i) at Cairo in pro viding: the necessary equipment for the handling" of freight and passen gers. AT THE OPERA HOUSE Zinn Musical Comedy Co. Will Open Engagement Tonight in "A Japanese Courtship." Santiago, Chile, Feb. 20. Dr. Fred erick A. Cook, being afforded on ap- portunity today to make public a statement regarding his claim of hav ing discovered the north pole and whirh claim was discredited by the Cnniversity of Copenhagen, flatly re fused to grant an interview. His sole expression was that lie wished to be left in peace. Washington,' Feb. 20 Many New York Republicans are up in arms against the' " reported intention of President Taft to appoint Frederick H. Bugher. present acting police com misisoner of New York city, and a Democrat, tij the office of surveyor of the port of New York, to succeed James S. Clarkson, whose term will expire in a short time It is under stood for some time Senator Root has been trying to persuade the presi dent to place Mr. Bugher, who Is a nephew of J6TilTRT"XI c ueau a intA d- SKI HONORS DECIDED. Coleraine, Minn., Feb. 20. Anders Haugen, of !Chippewa Falls, Wis., won first professional honors in the Na tional Ski tournament here today with a score of 271 points. Oscar Gunderson, of Chippewa Falls, was second; Ole Feiring, of Duluth, third; Ole Mangeson. Coleraine, fourth; Toi let Hammestveedt of Eau Claire, fifty. miral Dewey's surveyor. wife, in the office of REAPPOINTS RECEIVER. Chicago. Feb. 20. Judge C. C.'Kohl- saat, in the ' United States circuit court today, reappointed Charles 0. Dawes and David R. Forgan receivers of the Illinois Tunnel Company after the Central Trust Company, trustee of the $30,000,000 bond issue, had fore closed its mortgage on ttie property of the corporation. Messrs, Dawes and Forgan were ap pointed receivers of tiie tunnel com pany on Dec. 1, 1909. . FIRE SAFELY STOPPED. Peoria, 111., Feb. 20. President Richard Newsam or the state mine board, returned today from Cherry. 111., where be superintended the re opening of the St. Paul mine. In which nearly 300 men were killed last November. . Newsam says the mine ftre is safely confined in a small space by three" cement fire stoppers. TAFT ACCEPTS INVITATION. The following is from the Savannah lews regarding the Zinn Musica' "oinedy Co., who come to the Opera louse tonight for a two weeks' en gagement: "Last night's presentation of 'Teezy Weezy at the Cozy by the Zinn Mu sical Comedy Company was all that ias been claimed for it, which is go ng some. 'Teozy Weezy' is a bright, pretty and pleasing mrsieal comedy, well mounted and staged and pre sented by .'principals well above the average, assisted by a good-looking and sprightly chorus. The company 's well balanced and has among its number some extraordinary good mu sical voices." The play tonight will be the two act musical comedy, "A Japanese Courtship." DOG TAX DUE. Albany, N. V., Feb. 20. Gov. Hughes has been' advised that Presi dent Taft has declared definitely to visit Albany on March 19. He will at tend a dinner at the University Club In the evening and will be the guest of honor of the governor at thp execu tive mansion during his stay. TAFT WILL VISIT CINCINNATI. Washington, Feb. 20. President Taft today consented to attend the Ohio Valley Exposition at Cincinnati, which opens on Aug. 29 and closes Oct. l. F. '13. Davidson of Cincinnati. ealled at the White .House today ant the president promised to attend some day while the exposition is on. FOUGHT DUEL OVER HOUR. Paris, Feb. 19. Marquis Campo hello, the Spanish military attache at London fought a vlcmus sword duel here tftday with M. Payor, a well known Paris merchant. Tho . duel lasted for an hour and a half, when Payer finally ran the marquis through the arm. The adversaries were still unreconciled on leaving the field. The affair has caused much gossip In so cial clr'es. BRITAIN'S FIRST NAVAL AIRSHIP London. Feb. 20. Britain's first naval airship will very soon be deliv ered from the Vickers-Maxim works It will be the biggest or its, kind, ?x cent the Zentielin dirigible, J Like that monster, it is. of "the.rigld'ivy'pe, and its purpose will be to patrol the-Noi-th Sea. on the " alert for hostile man! testation from Germany. ' LUMBERMAN KILLED. , Shreveport, La., Feb. 20. J. A. Wi.1 son, head of the lumber - company bearing-his name-, and former citizen of St. Louis. Was killed here this morning when he at'giited from Highland Park car. He slipped on the ice and stumbled directly in front of horses drawing a lieavy hose cart to r fire. ' msmmmmmmmm For Hall a Century Wood's Fever Pills have born known m the only tor enr for Chill and rever and all Bllioui and Malarial dlMMM. Ai a Blood Purifier tnd in bunding up a ran down tyttani they nv no equal. For Sale by aU local Dnsggtsts oooco o o o o o o o 4 l-h Extremely LcwGol.nist Rates TEXAS, NEW MEXICO, MEXICO, ARIZONA AND the Pacific Coast via Kcw Orleans and thi Sunset Route The Sale Road to Travel. Electric Block Signals.. Oil Bnrciag leeomotives. No Cinders. No Smoke. The Open Wiadow Route. Ask lor Litera ture on Louisiana Lands. For cafes fcom your home town, advertising matter, and particulars tBmjmmassmEmsa apply to wemmmmMSBma J. G. LOWE, GenerjaL'-Agert. 003 Oliv. Street, ST. UOUI3,' MO.' G e c o 6 6 C C 0 QOOOOOOO o e CGOOOOGQOOOOC Alexander County National Bank (Capital $100,000. Surplcs M&O.OWJ Alexander County Savings Bank Capital $50,000 Surplus $50,000 Combined Capital and Surplus $300,000 OFFICEHV V E. A. BL'DF.R. Pretdn. CH ARI ES rRUCnTKM, VlcPrald.nf , :' C G. P4TIEK, Vlc.r"!denl I. H,;(JALLIGAN.Csbr. t , FRANK SPENCER. Ana't Cnahler -, (i ! IHRFICTOKS E. X. lindar Thoa. Boyd J. B. Gatlitfna " Wm. Klnrf CV. Naff GeoriJe Pnraona N. n. Thlatlawood InierestPaldJon Time Dcjpnslts. Prompt attention 16 all banklog tnaUers rnirusled !o as. Charlea Fvachtar O. S. lanadaa C. O. Patter mm BEWARE The tax on every dog In the city of 7aIro over the age of fhree months, la hereby tftxed at Two Dollars for ach year commencing with the first day of January in each year, to bo iald by the owner or person having, keeping or harboring aucb dog, to th Street Supervisor. This law will be strictly enforced tola year. , John Sheeban, . Street Supervisor. JULIUS FREDRICK TIffi TAILOR, C irrtes (all line samples lor Spring & Snmmer. Cleaslsg and Pressing Clothes lor Ladles and Gentleceu a Specially. AH Wortt Gaarantoad and Promptly Dana. .103 Sixth St., Call0, III. 01 the Slegoraia Fasclall, or Yellow Fever 'Mosquito, and lite pesky Flies thai breed r disease, and ! 5 Order Screens Now t Do not wait uali! the warm weather.. Let ns fill your jj orders now hUe we have the lime later we will c S roshed aad yoar order may be delayed. I P. T. LANGAN. taT2t?llla'a"'tVVaarI'a'a it a'a l"a i'TIT a aYa'-a'rraa'; Bees Must Be Busy. The collection of a pound at nectar requires 23,000 foraging expeditious by the bee: But Why Sleop? He's a rut tin man who will snore i church and keep others awake. change. 'y