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Are Drugs Necessary? Do Drugs Cure Disease? Can Nature be Assisted? If tMonla were born right and after Vitdi lived right, there would be bo Use lor medicine. Every doctor knows this. Bo do other well-informed people. One thing more.' When ft person live Wrongly.or Acquires bodily weakness by keredity, medicine can do only very little. Medicine cannot cure him. Only ebarlaUns claim that medicines will van disease. Medicines may palliate ymptoms. Medicines may urge the powers of Nature to resist disease. Med icines sometimes arouse the efforts of the human body to right itself against de rangement. This la the most that med tcinecando. A man accidentally puts bis finger In the fire. Instinctively he wets bis finger in his mouth, then blows on it , for th pnnlinir effect. This is no cure. He knows It very well. But it makes it feel better for the time being. People eat unwisely. Tliie produces dyspepsia or Indigestion. The only rational cure is to eat correctly. Yet if m. n&uifttm la &t hand the pains of indi gestion can be mitigated, the throes of dyspepsia assuaged. The meaicino can not be said to have cured. It simply mtrraVla KVnmtoins. The MIMK. V ' cure must come through right living. Take Pernna, for Instance. No one Claims Pernna is a cure for dyspepsia. But Peruna will stimulate the stomach to perform Its function properly. Peru lift will Increase the flow of digestive fluids, without which digestion cannot be carried on at all. It will increase the relish of food, the appetite. It Is admitted that all this can be iKKnmnliiihed bv Tlcht living, but there re so many people who either will not or do not know how to eat correcuy mat tremendous amount of good can be done by the wise use of Peruna. A stomach that has been frequently fchrmnri nerforma the function of diges tion very lastly. Such a stomach allows the food to remain undigested for some time after It is swallowed. This leads to fermentation of the food. Sour stom ach is the result. This goes on week ftf ter week, until the blood Is poisoned with the products of fermentation. This condition is yery apt to produce rheum atism, m'riji'; 'i!Y ':' It is not claimed that Peruna will cure rheumatism. Nothing will cure rheum-; fttism but correct living. But it is claimed thatPerana will assist a badly ftbuaed stomach to perform its work. I It a person would correct his naotts, persi.it la right eating and temperate ways, undoubtedly the stomach would right itself, the blood would rid Itself of the poison, and everything would be right. But as said before there are ft multitudeof people who will notorcan not adopt right methods of living. To such people Peruna is ft boon. A dose before meals will assist the stomach to do its work. This prevents fermenta tion of the food, brings about normal digestion, and all the train of ills that follow indigestion disappear. In other words, Peruna is helpful to those who live badly, or those who have acquired some chronic weakness. Peruna does not cure, but it assists the powers of Nature to bring about a cure. The whip does not increase the power of the bore to pull a load, but Judi ciously used it stimulates the horse to use his powers at the right time, with out which be could not have pulled the load. This illustrates the effect of Peruna, or any other good remedy upon the sys tem. Taken at the right time, it calls forth the powers of the human system to meet the en.roachmentd of disease, and thus cuts short, if not entirely ends, the diseased action. No one should ever attempt to substi tute medicine in the place of right liv ing. In the end such an attempt will prove ft disaster. But an occasional use of the right medicine at the right time is a godsend, and no reasonable person will undertake to deny it. Those who know how to use Pernna find it of untold value. By and by the world will get wise enough so that through correct living no medicine at all will be needed. But that time has not arrived. In the meantime, while the world is approaching that perfec tion ia which ail medicine will be elim inated, Peruna is ft bandy remedy to have in the house. Slight derangements of tho stomach ; slight catarrhal attacks of the liver, the throat, bronchial tubes, lungs or bow els; these attacks are sure to lead to grave diseases, and can bo averted by the Judicious use of Peruna. Wouldn't you liko to read ft few un solicited testlmoniU i"ro:n people who have used Pc ami v ho s tasd ready to confirm tho shove c'.ate-.r.cr.la con cerning It. If so, address the Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co., Oolnmbtu, Ohio, and we will send sumo prepaid. AT THE OPERA HOUSE! "The Prince and the Girl" Will Be i" Attraction Tonight by Zlnn Comedy Co. V Theatre goers; will remember that "The Prince and the Girl" was the best musical comedy that the Zinn Co. presented here last season, ant! was repeated by special request. "The Prince and the Girl" will be offere.l thl8 evening also for two perform ances tomorrow. In conjunction with the regular performance this evening a number of the "mash notes" will be read from the stage, that the mem bers of the chorus have received from the local Johnnie.' . In "TJie Prince aud the Girl," lov ers of .bright and catchy music will not be disappointed, new wardrobe. Special scenery, pood comedians, good singing and dancing. Mr. Zinn has left ' nothing undone to make this production out-class anything he bar. offered the local theatre goers. A 'special' matinee will be given Sunday afternoon at which time the prices will be 10 and 25 cents. Sun day evening the last performance this season by the Ziun Co. will be given. will be presented at the Cairo opera house', Thursday, March 10th. In this story, its popular author, Meredith Nicholson, has blended the most whimsical of comedians with the odd est of mysteries. "Faust" Friday. A noticeable feature after a mati nee or "must, wnne me audience is leaving the house, there seems to be an absence of gaiety and everyone seems like doing something good and forgiving their enemies. See this pro duction at the Cairo opera housenext Friday night, March 11th. Prices 25, 50, 75c and $1. BY ILLUMINATING OAS Two Aged Indian Ch efs Who Went to Washington to Ask For Mar Land Asphyxiated. Washington, March 4. Two Chip pewa Chiefs wno came to wasning- ton yesterday from Orr, Minn., In company with two other chiefs and an Indian missionary interpreter, to ask congress for additional land for the Bois Forte reservation, were asphyxiated by illuminating gas in a lodging house today. One was Chief Bay-Bull-Mah-Jl-Va- Skung 100 years old. who signed the treaty between the United States and the Chippewas in 1866. The other was Chief A-Nl-Wuy-Way-Ausk. CHARGE DISCRIMINATION Butter and Cream Men Appear Against Railroad Companiea Be fore Commerce Commission. Washington, March 4. Charges that the Northern Pacific and Great Northern railways and Great North ern Kxpress Company are exacting excessive rates on cream and butter were made today before the interstate commerce commission by the Minne sota Butter and Cream Company and other butter manufacturers. The complainants urge that they come into competition wun similar concerns in Kansas, Nebraska, Mis souri, Iowa, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan shipments of cream and better, and that they are placed at a serious disadvantage by alleged preferential rates given by the defendant lines to their competi tor. GO TO NEW FIELD PROF. R08EY AND FAMILY GIV EN PLEASANT FAREWELL AT CAIRO HIGH SCHOOL. Pupils, Teachers and Patrons Unite in Entertainment of Speech making, Recitations, Music, Etc. oooqoogooooooooooc$oooo o o ooooooooo ICE CREAM FOR SUNDAY. That earlier ranged below. Cream "The Yankee Doodle Boy." , The theatrical taste of the theatre going public is constantly changing and lucky indeed is the author who can evolve some "play delicacy" which will succeed In tickling the 'amusement palate" of the great ma jority. Such, however, has been Hal ton Powell's good fortune with "The Yankee Doodle Boy" the music play which Powell & Cohan will present here at the opera house on next Wed nesday, March 9, for matinee and night. t House of Thousand Candles. "The House of a Thousand Caudles" A Godsond to the Sleepless. "A Physical Wreck in Bed, Back on the Job in Three Days, after Tak ing Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, Which Re stored My Health and Enabled Me to Sleep." Mr. james Byrne writes as follows: "I want to tell you'of the benefit I have derived from the use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey I am a hotel cleric 32 years of age and for four years have been at night work. Eating irregularly and trying to tlcep in the daytime had made me a very weak man physically, and as thin as the proverbial whip. I was finally com pelled to take to bed. I started to use your Pure Malt Whiskey and in . mk. jamu byenk. , 3 dayj I was back on my job. , 'Be sure and say to every night worker that it is a Godsend. Tell them I fltll sleeping fine, eating with a real appetite and am regaining my lost flesh, which is the hardest thing for a night worker to do. 1 thank you again and again for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. "J antes Byrne 129 S. Illinois St., Indianapolis, Ind. No medicine has stood the test of 50 years like Duffy's Puie Malt Whiskey and always been found absolutely pure and full of good medicN nal virtue. Men and Women fn all walks of life join in singing its praises as the true elixir of life which invigorates body, brain and nerve. Butty's Pure Malt Whiskey H you wisfl to reep young, strong nd vigorous, and have on your cheeks the glow of perfect health take Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey regularly, accord , inj to directions. It tones and strength' , ens the heart action and purifies the entire system. - It is recognized as a I""nily medicine everywhete. I CAUTION. Whin oaakyourdrmrlat,tro f t f slr far Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey t yw Ik nulne.' K U art bulutl if price of 40 centa each, which will enable any family in any part of the City to secure Ice cream fort dessert by stepping to the nearest Drug Store, or telephone them. Next Sunday's bricks will be Neapolitan, containing one layer each of Fruit Strawberry, special whipped Vanilla Ice Cream, and Green Gage Ice. We will change at least one layer of those bricks each Sunday, which will give you something new In the lee cream line each week. We have arranged so far with the following Druggists: II. N. Henckel, W. F. SimOn.'W. F. Taylor, M. C. Metzger, F. Torrey, Harry Schuh, F. Thomas, Otto Schuh. It convenient, pTease leave orders Saturday. THE CAIRO CREAMERY CO. P. ( tadirtnat malt whlakev and la Hold I 'A.t tMITTt.F.S OINLY-ncverlnDtilk. look t trade-nark Ihd "Old Cbamlft." on the and auk aura the aeal over the cork U oken, Prlca fl.00 a ler?e bottle. Write -l l)arteart. The Daffy Mmt WhUkey . . - t,.r, N. V.. lor a trea lltuatratad tnedi t eatit ttlmnlal and ran tfO . .. uaaa (TMtdyiu we may close the creamery on Sundays, we have ar with the Drug Stores listed to sell our Fruit Bfrick lee Sundays, and at the reduced ROCKEFELLERS M PHD DR. PEARSONS, THE PHILAN THROPIST, DECLARES (T IS FIRST STEP TOWARD UNI VERSAL' PEACE. Chicago, March 4. Dr. D. K. Pear sons, philanthropist, who has given several millions to small colleges all over the United States, today warm ly praised John D. Rockefeller's pro posed foundation plau to distribute his fortune. "John (IX Rockefeller's plan for the distribution of hia vast wealth is the entering wedge tor universal peace," leclared the philanthropist. "Mr. Rockefeller has proved him self to be not only a great merchant but an honest one. It may be safely stated as a general proportion that the man whom tirovidHtirn hu nn. (lowed with the gift for accumulating wealth is likely to be the wisest dis tributer of Tt. DOQ TAX DUE. The tax on every dog In the city of .tti.u uver me age or three months is nereuy xed at Two Dollars for acn year commencing with the first day of January In each year, to b am uy me owner or person having, neeping or narooring such dog, to th oireet supervisor. This law will be ainctiy enforced this year. John Sheehan, Street Supervisor. Outclassed. Since a Philadelphia cobbler tried to charge his wife for mending her Fhoes all other candidates for distinc tion as tho meauest man have slunk froj) sight. . ... . Students of Cairo high school gathered at that instittuion last night to pay their farewell respects to Mr. U C. Robey and family, who leave today for their new home in Morris, 111., where Mr. Robey has ac cepted the principalship of the high school. Upon entering the lower corridor the guests were met by fa miliar faces in the receiving line, those most prominent being Mr. and Mrs. Robey, Misses Rosalind Rob erts, Iulse Berry, and Messrs. Dwight Ohrum and J. K. Midkiff. Af ter exchanging courtesies every one adjourned to the Assembly hall, where they were entertained by a program arranged by a committee appointed for that purpose. Mr. Mid kiff gave an address in the nature of a farewell. He felt sure Mr. Robey's departure would cause gen eral regret and although every one would be sorry to see him go, still his gain would be so great that re gret would be touched with gladness. He believed that Mr. Robey had al ways been a sincere' friend to all and that would make his loss much great er. In Behalf of the students nd himself he wished Mr. Robey a fond good-bye and good luck. At the conclusion of Mr. Midkiffs talk Mm Robey was called for. He said he would always remember his friends here and was glad that he had been able to accept a hotter opportunity; still he was also glad that he had been capable of holding position in Cairo and he would al ways have a warm spot in his neari for the students and his friends at H. S. Following the regular order of the program, Miss Erne Anderson gave several recitations in an original and amusing style." She was heartily ap plauded. Miss Laura Clendenen gave two delightful selections . on the piano. The , rendition of "Yama, Yama Man" and "Rings on My Fingers" pleased the auditors. Superintendent Clendenen gave a ueut little impromptu talk. He said e was at a loss to know which was the most Important in the discovery of America the discovered or the discoverer. Three years ago lie ha.! the ple'asure of discovering Mr. Robey and . he could assuredly say that in this case the most important was surely the "discovered." He was heartily sorry to see Mr. Robey leave, but he was glad that in doing so he would better himself, both pro fessionally and financially. He was certain every one joined him in wish ing Mr. Robey future 'icalth, wealth and happiness. Miss Ruth Easterday recited a hu morous dialogue mat was mucn ap preciated. In conclusion the C. H. S. quar tette sang several songs appropriate to the occasion. When the program was ended Mr. Robey had a pleasant surprise. The Senior class, as a token of esteem, presented him with a fine amber stemmed, rosewood pipe mounted in sterling silver, with the inscription From C. H. S 1910." The mid year Sophomore class was alno ei'iual to the occasion and pre sented Mr. Robey with a beautiful fountain pen. To both of the dcfiors Mr. Robey expressed hi" thanks. The guests then went into the ower corridor, where iced fruit punch, with whipped cream was served in dainty glasses. The decorations of the evening were hundreds of pennants draped in conspicuous places about the lower floor of the building. All departed about 10 o'clock with a farewell handshake with Mr. Robey and his estimable family, wishing them all manner of good luck. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o m o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 FACTS, N f,T SX U. A- M. ON ENTERING upon the thirteenth year of my career In the tailoring business In Cairo, throughout which my watch word has been to make the best clothes at a legitimate profit," and looking back at those of my competitors who have come and sione, I cannot help 1 ut feel that my policy must have met with the approval of successful merchant tailoring I know that you want your clothes cut more stylish, made better and finished finer each successive season than the one just done by and that's what I do, give my customers hand tailored garments and the very best of woolens, style and fit. ' I now have in stock for the coming season the very best collection of woolens ever brought to Calro-ihey are here in all the latest patterns and shades for your inspection. I earnestly invite you to call and see the line and talk it over before placing your order for that spring Suit. My prices range from $25.00 up. If too busy to call, telephone me and a salesman will visit you with a line of woofens. rtBBEIZSSaW'aWa MMMMSmZ W SANDLER 611 Commercial Ave. Opposite Opera flonse. Cairo's Leading TAILOR Work Rooms 605 Com'l Ave. O o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q o o o o o o a o o o o o o Q Q . o o 0 Q booooooooooooooooooooo IOOOOOOOOOOO NO TRULY NATIONAL HOLIDAY HICKORY STOVE WOOD $1.50. M In a ,1 itAv. .W. A vara A Ttnttt phone nUrk-Danfertb Hasdl Ca Many Dayt Set Apart for Celebration, but Not a Country-Wide Day of Rest. There is no regular national holiday in the United States. Congress has at various timt'S appointed special holi days. Only the states can proclaim legal holidays. Thiuik.-giviau day, des ignated by the president by prodama tirm, is a holiday iu thos s,tatt. th.il so provide by law. Tb.tf--ivlluwlr.tf -are the principal days observed in n.ut ul the states as holidays: New Year's day, January 1. Wash iugton's birthday. February 22. ILh or ation day. May 3D In tyost state... In dependence day. July 4. Ci.-neral e!ec lion day, first Tuesday after first Moti day in November. Thanlu giving d;ty, last Thursday in November. Chi Utmiu (Iny, December 'ii. Labor day, first Monday in September, made national legal holiday l&yt. Arbor day la a le gal holiday In some states, aUhoagU the month and date or Us ob.s'erv-iiiet vary. ICveiy aatuuiay alter 12 o'clock noon is a Ugal holiday In Nw York. New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Mary laud. Good Fil lay U observed ill Ala bmhH, Florida, l.oni-i ma, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Mi.inetota and Teu;i;-Seii. Stewardship cf Wealth. There Is no people in tins world like the American in the number of men snd wnim'.n who look upon t'.ielr title to wealth as involving stewardship and disposition of Income and principal for public ends. During the last 17 yx-ars the amount of gifts, in sums of $3,00 or more, to religious, educa tional, philanthropic and civic causes, haa been many mitliuiis over a billion dollars, the record for the year Juht closing amounting to $141,250,000, or $10,0uo,00u more than during any pre vious year. Add to this the enormous sum that Is given uaefi year lu sums smaller than Jo.flCO, tfiveii either as regular contributions to religious, edu cational and chariti.blo causes, or left as beciuetts for the tame "uplift' ends, and it begins to appear why theaglta. tor against wealth, as lu of iUelf a pernicious thing, tinds .this country less favorable to his revolutionary propaganda than he wishes it were. Desiring to dispose ol all oi last year's stock of GAS RANGES We are making a price of $12.00 each on four hole cookers with oven ami broiler. CAIRO CITY GAS COMPANY IfHllfl l a msswunr r: Fa miwamai ei"-ic I ?. B4Mi KSa8iESSt3"R'.. rn ffe-Efi. wvm vmtmm m- LOST i 31 l onrwrmnnK It- Ml 1 VVI1UI UWM ri 1 CONTAINING LAKUE si m fir nnnrrY PUTYOUR I MONEY FEW DOSES END BLADDER MISERY ID MAKE THE KIDNFYR ACT BUF. Out-of-order Kidneys Are Regulated and the Most Severe Back ache Simply Vanishes. Usually sufferers from backache, bladder trouble, or out-of-order kid neys, feel relieved after several doses of Tape's Dluertic. Misery In the back, sides, or loins, sick headache, Inflamed' or swollen eyelds, nervousness, rheumatism and darting pains, heart palpitations, diz ziness.. sloepleiTsnesB, listless, worn out feeling, and other symptoms of Inactive, sluggish kidneys Blmply vanish. Uncontrollable urination (especial ly at night) smarting, discolored wa ter and all Bladder misery ends, Feeling miserable and worried Is needless because this unusual prep aration itoes at onre to the out-of-order Kidneys and Madder, distribut ing its cleansing, healing and vitalis ing influence directly upon the or gans nnd glands affected, and com pletes the cure before you realize it, Tho moment you suspect any Kidney or Urinary derangement, or feel rheumatic pains, b"gln taking this harmless medicine, with the knowl edge that there is no other remedy, at any price, made anywhere else in tho world, which win effect so thor ough and prompt a cure as a fifty cent treatment of Pane's Diuretic, which any druggist can supply. Your nhvsiclan. pharmacist, hank er or any mercantile agency will tell you that Pnpe, Thompson & Pape, of tZJL-Z-mwJ . TVT LZZ ill Masen zsm efts ebbisbbk. ".. i iiinim-nrTPI"irHIHH rv aitti i'W-'r'-' ifti' l'l il2iij44J BANK AMD YOU WON'T LOSE IT CourlM l''0. ll C. B. .:wa-ma Co.-No. 2 J S. AIST110RPR, i President. H. S. CAN DEE, Vice-President. W, II. WOOD, ! Vice-President. W. P. HALLIDAY, Vice-President, 1L R. AISTHORPE, Cashier. I Valuable Knowledge, tut man who l:nows enough to rwinnnii u n iniEi ami responsible. tnn he doesn't understand women is ' .. ' u .11.1 TAw Viwlr lll.. nnnnorn t hnrnnehl v Wort IV ,ftor off tnan 11 UU UIU.-11C" ' Press. of your confidence. Only curative results can come from taking1 Pape's Dlrretlc, and a few days' treatment will make any one feel fine. Accept only Pape'a Diuretic (fifty;; cent treatment irom any u rug. 0&erg, aniwher in the world. , ; : He Doesn't Know Whert to Stop. I The trouble witn tne man wno ' mf,ir. a fool of himself Is that h soon begin to glva tha Job out to Fortunate. . . ,kin s - ItS a lUIluiini uiiu( iui iuubi people that they can get used to any thing In the course of time. Chicago News. Adding to ths Old Adage. "That baker friend of mine has leeded all ot his property to me." "Ah, I see. A friend in kneading Is a friend .n deeding."