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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY ItfQBNINCJ, MARCH 5, 1910.
perVdousE
" D. t. WILLIAMSON, MtfT.
Special Matinee Today
at 2 p. is.
S9-WIGHT
Asi Every Night Tbls Week
The Zinn
Musical Comedy Co.
nc People nc
L U Mostly Girls fcW
Bigger and better than ever.
Gorgeous Costumes and
Electrical Effects.
Tonight
wIhe Prince
and the Girl"
- Prices 15 25-35-50c.
Seats now selling.
Special Matinee Today
, at 2 p. m.
H Oae NIpht Only,
8
Tuesday, March
Essasement Extraordinary
Constance Balfour
Company
Constance Bal'our,
Dramatic Soprano
Mr. Navratel,
Violinist
JIcnrLLaBoflll
DnimiiUc Ttiir
Uarritl B. UrUoaald
AccoinpHiiihl
Prices Lower floor tl.OO; Bal
cony 75 .V 60 j irallery 25c.
. Seat aale Monday, 8:30 a, m.
Uatlnee and Mfiht. aiu
Wednesday, March will
Powell and Cohan
Politely Offer
"BUD HICKS"
"The
Yankle Doodle
Boy"
A oomedy drama with musio by
Haiton Powell
It is a "real iliow." Go and
hear the 10 big ojg hits;
the three comolota sets bt soen
cry and have 100 hearty laughs.
The iraporrant qiBtion: Can
yea afford to mtee it?
Trices, Night, 25c, 50c, 75c
- U&Unee, 10c, 25c. .
Coats on sale Tuesday, curtaia
for matinee at 2 :30 p. xa.
ONE NIGHT ONLV 4v
THURSDAY, .M UlCII (
A Remarkable Play of Mirth
and Mystery.
That ' Triumphantly Successful
Dramatization of
' MEREDITH NICHOLSON'S
t ' Popular Novel
TDE DOUSE OF A
THOUSAND CANDLES
Four Whimsically .Weird 'Acts
Overflowing with Novel
Incidents.
AN EXCELLENT; COMPANY
. Headed By .
WM. WEBB
Perfectly Staged and Complete
in all Its unusual details.
, PRICES Entire lower floor,
,' $1.00; drssr circle 60 and 75c;
j Gallery ESc. , ''.
eats on Sale Wednesday.
v. Prophecy. ..
..Stacy reflects the ideals of Us
. , If heaven had been Drat do
V In our. Utta, mansions in the
--'1 have open plumbing od
-v t!iU.Puck.
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Porter J. White's
Original Company in
Goethe's Immortal
FAUST
Jwith
Frederic J. Wilson
as Meph'sto;
and
Olga Verne
as Marguerite
Positively producing the follow
iDg startling effects:
The liaiu of Fire
The Electric Sword Duel
The Electric Fire Flies
The Electric Flower Bed
The Electric Morning (ilory
The Electric Necklace
The Electric Circle of Fire
The Electric Skull
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Together with Elecirio Owls
Snakes atd many other v ird
and dramatic effects. Full Choir
for the Cathedral Seme and
Mendelssnbn Celebrated Quar
tette. 17,621 fet-t of Eleetrio
Wire. 300 Electric Power Plants
Prices Lower Floor 75 and
1.00, Drees Cirelo 50 Gal
lery 25, Seats on sale Thurs
day. n asst BefreOlaf Brtik la tae World
IX BOTTLES
it all t" Bar,, UrOcrlM aa Stand,
Cairo City Transfer Line
ucceeeor to Stolz A Walter
4. H. KIERCE, Prop.
.Ml kinds of Hauling Dons Promptly,
Both Phones 123.
io Commercial Avenue. Cairo, tU.
GURRY & VALDER
PLUMBERS AND FITTERS,
Work Guaranteed. Home phone. 7.16 or SSW
3015 SYCAMORE STREET
SMITH BROTHERS
THE BIG STORE
1100- WASHINGTON AVENUE.
Osalsrs In Everything that Is good tt
Eat, US and Wear. Exclusive Agent
for BLANKE'B Celebrated Coffee.
K. C. RESTAURANT
(DWARD J. MAI1Y, Manager
311 Ohio Street. Cairo. III.
toard and Room $4.10 tnd $.!
Per Week.
Ioobii 25 cenia and 90 conta.
Meal. 1.1 raata anil 2.1 cenle.
OSTEOPATHY!
D. A. STEVENS, U. D. D. 0.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases.
712 00m' Ave. Phone 111
CAIRO. ILL.
STEGER & HERMAN
STEAM BAKERY
FRUITCAKES A SPECIALTY
117 Twentieth Street.
ELKS ELtCT OFFICERS
Had Music and Luncheon and Visit
From High State Official
General Good Ttime.
Cairo Lodge No. 051 Benevolent
Protective. Order of Elks elected offi
cers last evening and had a lunch
after the proceedings. '
District Deputy to the (3 rand Ex
al ted Ruler, William; of Murpnya
boro, III., made the lodge an official
visit and found everything in flrtt
class condition. The following offi
cers were elected:
Exalted Ruler Ed D Carey.
Esteemed Leading Knight T. V.
uientienen.
I Esteemed Loyal Knight Clias. IT
Thompson.
! Etiteemed Lecturing Knlgiit-danls
jP. Ayer. . . .
Secretary Herbert C. Steinel.
! Treasurer James H. Galilean.
1 Tyler Rosa C. Bates. .
Trustee for three jears-C. C. Ter
rell, v
: Delegate to the
,'at Detroit, Mich. H. 3. Antrim
Alternate " Delegate T. J. pfyor
" '" t . '
. The Cairo Bulletin Is a member of
the Associated Press.
ONB NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, MARCS
SOCIAL cAND
to
Announcement.
The local talent play ""Rural Fol
lies of 1847," have engaged the opers
liouse for April 1st. Those assisting
will il(isj meet for rehearsal at Dr
Stevens' rooms.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr, W. H. Taylor of Anna was
the city yeslerday.
Mis. M. A. Downs of Pnducah was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. Geo. E. Heilig of Jonesboro
was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. A. F. Miller of Belleville was
here on business yesterday.
Mr. O. P. Sullivan of Cape Girar
deau, Mo., was in the city yesterday.
Mr. D. L. Marx returns today from
a business trip in Southeast Mis
souri.
Miss Emma Winter and Mr. Barter
went to Wickliffe to play for the
dance last night.
Mr. C. L. White of St. Louis, who
makes Cairo regularly, transacted
business here yesterday.
Robert Dougherty of the Southern
Wood Supply Co., left Friday evening
for Eldon, Mo., on business.
Mrs. M. K. Morri3 who has been
visiting . friends here left yesterday
HE HAD A GUN BUT-
Says He Was Not Given Fair Chance
By Police "Railroaded"
Through Court.
The police are getting active. John
Stephens a ngero was arrested for
conducting an assignation house. Po
lice Magistrate Whitcamp fined htm
$50 and cost whicn he paid. The
house is on Walnut street near Sev
enteenth street. Three people caught
there who gave the names of White,
Brown and Swan were a;so arrested
and lined $10 and costs each. Two
trespassers on the ,M. & 0. railroad
were arretted and fined $2 antf costs
each.
Another arrest was by Officer
'French the victim being J. M. Curtis,
manager of the Cairo Loan Co., who
was fined $25 and costs for carrying
concealed weapons.
Mr. CurtiKs complains that ho was
badly treated. He Bays he was walk
ing along the street quietly when ap
proached by Officer French and in
vited ti "take a walk." When ue
protested the officer said the chief
wished to see him. At headquarters
the chief, ex( '(-Officer Casey and
others surrounded him. The former
said he had heard some stories about
him, but would not tell what hey
were. lie was asked if he was not
one of Ed. Maley's body guards and
he denied It. He was asked if Maley
was not interested in the Cairo Loan
Co., which he also denied, lie was
searched and a pistol was found up
on -him; was locked in a cell for a
few minutes and then taken up
stairs for trial. He protested that
he was not ready for trial, wishing
to consult with friends; but his pro
tests were not heeded; he was
forced to stand trial without consult
ing with any one and fined $25 and
costB, which he paid.
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Mis Celio Mavlt, with tha Zinn Mimical Comedy Co. at opera house all
thia week. . .
TERSONAL s
rn
with Miss Kicketts for St. f.ouis.
Mrs. J. T. Rennie, who is in Cali
fornia reports 'Things fine, weather
ideal went over seventy miles in the
machine today.
Miss Louise Phillips will resume
her duties at Weber & Payne's Mon
day. She hus been visiting relatives
at New Madrid, Mo.
Mr. J. F. Chambers of. the Conroy
Piano Co., formerly of this city has
been here the past few days looking
after business iuterests.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Madison of the
Farrow Flats left last night for Chi
eago, Mr.. Madison was suix'Hntend-
ent of the Cairo Gas Co.
Thomas rMoore, of iSeventeentii and
Poplar streets was taken to St.
Mary s Infirmary yesterday to be
operated upon for appendicitis.
O W. Mattison. superintendent of
the Cairo City Gas Co., who recently
resigned his position, left yesterday
with his family for Chicago.
Mrs. P. H. Schuh left last evening
for Chicago to visit her son, Harry,
who attends the Metropolitan Busi
ness College. She returns Tuesday.
Mrs. Louis F. Martin went to Ash
ey. 111., yesterday to spend two weeks
with her mother-in-law. Mrs. Martin
has about recovered from her recent
severe illness.
DOCTORS REFUSED AID
Man Cut By Another at Grand Chain
Left Suffering All Night
Horribly Wounded.
Grand Chain, 111., March 5. In' a
quarrel said to have been precipitated
by two men's infatuation for the same
woman, Thomas Boone was cut in tho
abdomen by Will Jinkings at 8:45
o'clock last night, Jinkings using a
razor. The wound was of such a na
ture that it left Boone'e entrails ex
posed. The only two physicians in the
town have failed to do anything for
the injured man, mn. Hvl;uing that
lie is sick and positively refusing to
take the ease ender any consideration,
and the other refusing to give atten
tion without the aid of another doc
tor. At 2:"t) tli is morning Boone re
mains without medical or .surgical
relief. He has been removed to a
nearby house. A doctor lias been
summoned from S torn-fort. III.
AN AWFUL ERUPTION
of a volcano excites brief interest,
and your interest in skin eruptions
will be as short, if you use Bucklen's
Aruica Salve, their quickest cure.
Even the worst boils, ulcers, or fever
sores are soon healed by it. "Best fot
Blums, Cuts. Bruises, Sore Lips.
Chapped Hands. ChriWains and Piles.
It gives instant relief. 25c at all
druggists.
Indlana'and Husbands.
The Indians are probably accused of
more mean things unjustly than any
other class of men on the face of the,
earth, except husbands. Atchison
(Kan.) Globe.
Cheerful Heart a Life Preserver.
There is no life preserver like a
cheerful heart. It will weather the
worst storms of human existence.
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TERRIBLE STRAIN
RESULTED NOT AMISS
A Lenoir Lady, After Two WetRs
Grinding Labor, FeelJ
Better Than Ever.
Lenoir, N. C.--"! am not tired at all,
end am stouter than I have ever been,"
writes Mrs. Kate Waters, of Lenoir, N.C.,
"although I have just finished a two
weeks' wash. I lay my strength to
Cardul, the woman's tonic. I have taken
a lot of it and I can never praise it
enougn tor wnai u nas uunc iui inc. i
can never thank you enough for the ad
vice you gave me, to take Cardui, for
gince taking it 1 look so well and am
stout as a mule."
You are urged to take Cardui, that gen
tle, vegetable tonic, for weak women. Us
use will strengthen and build up your sys
tem, relieve or prevent headache, back
ache and the ailments of weak women.
It will surely helpou, as it has helped
thousands of others, in the past 50 years.
N. B -Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chat!
boom Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn.. tor Special
Initractioru. and 64-paee book. "Home Treatmcul
tor Women, sent in plain wrapper, oa reQucM.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Hospital Closed.
The pest house has been closed and
only two cases of smallpox are now
being cared for, these being in the
homes of the afflicted.
Building Cottage For Corzine.
John Gardner, the contractor, broke
ground yesterday for the foundation
of Frank Corzine's cottage he Is to
build at 634 Thirty-seventh street.
Real Estate Transfer.
The following deed was left for
record in the circuit clerk's office yes
terday: Albert Swoboda to Robert J.
Swoboda, w. A, March 2, part of lots
21 and 22, block 17, First addition to
Cairo; consideration $2,000.
Funeral of Mrs. Stout.
The funeral of Mary E. Stout,
wblow of the late Henry Stout, who
died at Mounds, Thursday, will be
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Mounds. Fur particulars see funeral
notice.
Got Three Geese.
John Gates of the Paul G. Schuh
& Sons' drug store, and Jack Rey
nolds, of the Armour meat store
went hunting yesterday out in the
county and brought back three fine
geese and left hree crippled ones 19
float down the ' river.
May Exchange Horses For Autos.
Postmaster Sidney B. Miller and
Dr. W. F. Grinstead both drivers of
fine teams, are said to be prospective
purchasers of automobiles. They
haven't decided on the style of ma
chine they would like to buy and are
open to propositions from any or all
of the manufacturers of the 49S varie
ties or their agents.
Old Socks Caused Trouble.
An expensive job of plumbing and
excavation has just been completed at
the court house and grounds owing
to the recent visit of the militia. Old
socks and other cast offs failed to
go through the sewer leadiug from
the court house to the main outlet
necessitating the tearing up of con
siderable piping to clear it out and
restore the flow.
Bicycle Stolen.
Sam Richardson, of the First Bank
& Trust Co., went to his mother's
home on Thirty-fifth street yestrisday
and went in to sepper, leaving his
bicycle in front of the house. When
it came time to return he found the
wheel gone. The make of the wheel
Is Normandle, ladies' style, with a
new sect. A liberal reward Is offered
for Its return.
Many Mirrors Will Reflect.
The North Pole Candy Kitchen on
Eighth street, Is in the hands of
workmen who will transform the
place into a thing t?r beauty. One
entire side of the room will be
paneled with a series of ten large
mirrora reaching almost from floor
to celling. Across fue room, at the
rear, will be three large mirrors
which will constitute the background
for a pretty counter soda fountain
which will be something new in
Cairo. Ice cream will be served on
dainty itables ranged along th
mirrored sides of the room. John
Gardner is superintending the work.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
STOUT Died, at Mounds, III.
Thursday, March 3, 1910, after short
illness, Mary E. Stout, widow of
Henry Stout, Deceased, aged G8 years
and three days.
Funeral services will be held at St.
Raphael's church conducted by Rev.
Father Mumbour. Cortege will leave
residence at 2 p. m. 'today for the
church. Interment will, bo mode at
the Catholic cemetery near Mounds.1
Friends are invited. Cairo friends
who desire to attend should take the
1 p. m. Interurban car for Mounds.
I To RPt The A80clated Press news
la'Cairo you must ruad The Bulletin.
BETTER
Wo mean juices on Building Materials that we are enabled
to make to those who contemplate building or making other
inini'OVflMoiilM Un-ono-h .liT'ine-miHii-ils l-itelu c.mclmlf.,! W'm
t . , . -j,
will guarantee to furnish
Materials, upou the same
order house in the country, delivered. Makk the Test.
KELLY BROS. LUMBER CO.
Store Closed
Public notice 1 hereby tUven this 25th day
of February, 1910, that the place of business
known as
REIB'S TOGGERY
Located in the Opera House Block, Cairo,
111., entire stock and fixtures, consisting of
men's, youths and boys fine clothing, fur
nishing fjoods, and fixtures, is now
IN THE HANDS OF THE RECEIVERS
By order of a special meeting of the creditors
the store has been closed until the repiesen
tatives of the creditors finish invoicing the
stock. As the store will be closed for a week
or more, all local business transactions must
be done between the hours of 8 o'clock and 9
o'clock each morning.
SAM J. DAILY, of New York City, and
C. H. WEIMAN, of St. Louis, Mo.
Managers for the Creditors.
This notice first published Feb. 25, 1910.
BEWARE
disease, and i
Order Screens Now j
Do oof wait until the warm weather. Let as fill your
orders now while we have the time later we will
rushed anil your order may be delayed. ,
P. T. LANGAN.
Grocery Store and Meat Market, best location in the city;
on account of having other business. Sell you ever) thing
at cost price. Come and sec.
1115 Washington Avenue, Cairo, III.
JULIUS FREDRICK
MAKI
Carries (nil line samples lor
Pressing Clothes for Ladies
IaU Work Onnmnteed and Promptly
iMamamtmmmmammmummmmmmmummamHmmmmmmmmma
Alexander County National Bank
; .Capital $100,000. Surplus $100,009
Alexander County Savings Bank
Capital $50,000 Surplus $50,0003
Combined Capital and Surplus $300,000
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OFFICERS
K. A, BUDER, Prealdent. CHARLES FEUCHTER. Vtr.f-r..,dnl
C. O. PAT1ER. Vice. President
J. U. GALLIGAN. Caabler. FRANK SPENCER, Aaa'l Caahlar
DIRECTORS ..
R. A. rntr Thoa. Boyd Charlea Faachter
J. II. ttalltrfaa Wn. Klutfe D. S. Lanadaa
CV. Ntr (Jeorrfe Paraoaa C. O. Paller TCT
N. B. ThlatUwood.
hsterestjPaldtmTime Deposits.
Prompt fUenUon (o all banking natters e&trosted ( es.
THAN EVER
1
v ,m
you complete Bills of. Building 2
terms, cheaper than any mail
Bv Creditors
fcttlttHtttttttttttMttttllttUt.ltttt
01 the Stcflomia Fasclatl, or Yellow Fever ;i
Mosquiio, and (he pesky Flies that breed
THE TAILOR.
riTTINO SUITS
Spring & Summer. Cleaning and
and Gentlemen a Specialty.
Dona. 1 U3 Sixth St., CaiTO, III,
For Hall a Centnry Wood's Fever Pills
have tiaen known as tba only aura oura for Chill
and rarer and all Bllloua and Malarial diiaaaai. A
a Blood Partner and in building up a ran down
tyuera they have no equal.
For Sale by all Local Druggists
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