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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1010.
.. tt;tffffft " See How Our Deposits Have Increased ' urn turn Urn fm mf ' - ' m I'm :t ' -tf ? fa ., : m im f if if : tf I If . m if: " : k if- 5 mechanism ai4 the e'eotrlcal efforts by the -Insitmncq company, ..Thosti were superior to those of any prodne- nscnts who attend a.e-of Utc nisi; ti-ou of Faust ever seen hero. It is employer in th!-- district that have certainly a good company, aided by earnci me rowum, ci mem. verv effective settimr an.T median-1 Th' local office itiirini; the ismV -.loimuii i Kansas Citv.i Kanst of Si'pciinttM.'cnt l'oml ALEXANDER COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ALEXANDER COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Capital Surplus Undivided Profits Capital Surplus Undivided Profits 8100,000.00 8100,000.00 821,000.00 850000.00 850000.00 812000.00 Organized July 1, 1887 Organized July 11889 DEPOSITS DEPOSITS As shown by reports o Comptroller of Currency As shown by reports to Auditor of Illinois September 30,1889, . $222,267.47 August 12,1889, . . $145,325.58 October 2, 1894, . 237,023.41 August 8, 1894. . . 207,254.40 September 7, 1899, . 389,521.64 September 8, 1899, . . 352.077.63 September 6,1904, . 748,911.64 September 8, 1904, . . 624,241.29 September I, 1909, . 959,326.20 September 2, 1909, . . 748,115.05 january 31, 1910, $1,034,331,44 January 31,1910, . $781,450,11 will he .seen at the Cairo opera house next-Friday nisht, .March 11. Prices ."i, f, ), 75c aiul $t. charge of Maugie W nbsen-c will he in Misxoa her. V.iar'.otte Kloo am! : " . t ; Miss Balfour. 1 'PI... T1..1, ;..,., (To 1 IIi.i'mU tine ttii following concerning Miss Palfour who is to appear in Cairo, Tuesday, Cairo Merchant yiii Locate March Slh with the Concert Co., at "Golden West" Take Stock C01NC TO PORTLAND In a,, a '.-a . '' a' -a the opera lums'o: The greatest en thusiasm followed . Miss Pall'our'.s numbers, and each one called for t return, hut in only one instance did an Frank (1. cf HciiEfihold Effects. !!iirnudster man a riit the , well dry Roods the Knlmtit e:vi an encore: this fol- known lumber lowed her wonderful Interpretation of merchant at 2!H1 Commercial ave--The Crv of Rachel," bv Mary Tur- nue is peri)arins to leave Cairo for ner-Salter. This was a double num- Cortland, Oregon, wldcit place will her, the fir.-t. being Ward Stevens' he his future home and whore he will "The Nightingale." The encore s conduct a 'dry .goods store. He has the wni? that appeals to every heart, chartered two cars which he is. load "The last Rose of Summer," and it- in with the stock of Roods and cif r.,.,.lvp,l a:.:inm nrununtinsr to household furniture. Mr. Ilurmelsier a recall. Watch To'fgery. show windows at Keih' some weeks ago made tr'p west and returned with th.e dot iTiiinyS'on to iro c to Portland. . a prospectiio; ist week make tlic ri GELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY, OF-FIOERS ? A BUDER, Fresidciit CBAS. FEUCMTKR, Vue-Prcsident C. 0. PATIER, Vice-President J. II. GALLIC AN, Cashier FRANK SPENCER. Asst. Cashier E. A. BUDER WM. KLUGE T1I0S. BOYD I). S. LANSDEN DIRECTORS CHAS. FEUCHTER C. V. NEFF J. II. GALLIC AN N. B. GEO. PARSONS C. O. TIIISTLEWOOD PATIER m f m K . f- . t ....'.. 1 1 1. f. 9.9 9, 999 9 1 ? M.M 19 Zi' BVi 18 V V il ' ' ' " " ' ' " 1 ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ''' i 4 i i Ka H0N-0ATH0LI0 MISSION BEGINNING TOMORROW Proposed to Be Conducted by Knights of Columbus-AIso to Celebrate . St. Patrick's Day. At a special mcrtiiiK of the Knights cf Columbus, which will be held this afternoon at St. Joseph's hall .trie question of conducting a nonlCathod niifslom in ' Cairo will be discussed. These , mission? have been he!d tn many of the lai-fee cities and have proven successful and very intcre.-t inp;. At this meeting will also be discussed the question of pnrticipat :ng jointly with the Ancient Ordor cf Hibt rninns in celebrating; St. Pat rick's Day. The entertainment committee has One-fifth of the standard day rat" provided tables, checker board!1, 1 will he chargc-l for each additional cards-, -ncwsiiapcw, ( te., fef f- - ten word:-, or lew. It- is expected that KniRhtx' amusement. The- hall will 'this new service will he taken advant. New Special Nigbt Letter Service Wilt he in Operation by West ern Union Company. The new m'tht letter service of the Western Cnion Telegraph Company will be inaugurated Monday, March 7, ae,cottUiis to tmtr.u:::l'.ation received by Manager ,T. Ciade of the lore! ; office.- . This new st rvi;.- ". ! :" a s;:t?ini na ture, and ty' r.ie ierais in ;. rnliadt td by the company nny pcro tnay send fe won'.s cr h ks at. a cc..-t s in ilar to the amount chareed for sc.n.i inp, ten word at the n v'-'ar ",l.v rate. men. he open every Sunday afternoon fromiase of to a large extent by Imsitie t;ow until the autumn POLICE- CHAHCES CE3 DENIED ,11 f BY J. M. CURTIS LONGS" VS. "SHORTS' Presbyterian Men's Bible .Class to Have Another Spirited Con test This Morning. i Editor of The Bulletin: ! notice in the Citizen that Chief Kgan says he was absent during part of the exam'. nip.iloii of me after my arrest. - It is my desire to say that Is wholly and absolutely false of tiie firs'l water. The whole matter is no more nor no less' than a police '"frame up-' insti rated by ririvata lnd;v:;uais and ex ecuted hy ex-Officer Casey who is at jirescnt off of the force. As for my trailing anyone it is a lie, i I have-endeavored to attend to my own business while in Cairo audi be given next month. have alhgncd myself with no ellipse or faction. I have no desire to be an. thing more thaii a law abiding citi i:en which I have always tried to lie at 'all places I have resided. I am very sorry that this notiriety has arose, but will say that I am not to blame, 'and ask the citizens of Cairo to Tiold their judgment until they can see the ri;;Iit. Kcspc-d fully. Watch J. M. CCRTIS. 'loKirery. There- will be another interesting contest this morning between the two rival teams in the Men's Bible Class of the Presbyterian church. It is a contest between the "Ixmgs" and the "Shorts" under able leadership, to see which shall pay for a banquet -to Only two Sun- lays remain alter today in which to decide who shall be tup winner. The two parties are now very close to fccther and there is no tellins which will come out ahead. Safety razor- blades sharpened, 2' cuts each. C. A. Petit, l'02.j Was: isbow windows at Heib's QOBPUMFlEFi " - i If, -1 - -1 , f 1 , i.. 1 t; 1l ' t 4- " ..V- ? .'1 - i Men's Bible Clar, of the First M. E. Sunday-school Arranging for Interesting Meeting. At a meeting last evening of the executive committee of the Men':! Iliblo Class of the Methodist Sunday school It was decided to celebrate the first anniversary of the organisa tion of the class which date will be Sunday afternoon at 2:Utt o'clock, March 20th, same to be held at the church. A special program will he given under the direction of the de votional committee. Messrs. W. M. Hurt, Dr. Wilson and Professor Clen ileuen. The social eoninfttee; Messrs. Pryor, Randolph and Boyd wilt at tend to the matter of publicity. This class while only one year old has been the means of bringing into ex istence big classes at Mounds, Mound City, Vienua and Padueart. as well as two other classes in local Sunday schools. m - iv r en years' $&&r EXPERIENCS OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Sal io, Alexander County, llllnoi. Papulation 18,147. Mayor, nEOUGlS PARSONS. ''.' Clerk, II. A. MATCHER. Treasurer. FRANK B . ARM STRONG. City Attorney, HUNTER UntD. Comptroller, ERNEST NORDMAM. Magistrnt.3, ANDREW WrHITCAMP. Chief of Police, M. S.-EGAN. " Alexander County, Population 27,461. County C'erk; JESSE E. MILLER. Circuit Clerk, ALFRED BROWN. Sheriff, FRED D. NELLIS. Slates Attorney, ALEX M. WILSOV County Superintendent of Schools, PROP, S. E. GOTT. Assessor and Treasurer, W. D. LIP" 3IT. Coroner, DR. J AS. M'MANUS. Board of County Commissioner. J. J. JENNELLE, Chairman. C. V. NEFF. DR. EDWIN CAUSE. iwi cm mm electric ms CM 'F'yvv ATTEND CONVENTION Representatives of Metropolitan Life Insurance Cc. Go to St. Louis in Special Car Mo-,day. , A sueclal car on the liliuoi- ("cn tral wiil leave Cairo tomorrow iiiovn iug at 2 o'clock for Kt.. IjruiU enrry iag twenty-two roiHsentatives ot the Metropolitan I.n- Ifirur.i,'' Co. to th." tri-eanw! cun-,-'.ittcn of the coinnair. - aeats. which ,h to l.o l , l,.fi,r - :!';.'!, lli-i C '!''!-- at the Pi. !'!. hotel. Tfinoi f.Ti'.rtKS, ':i,'i:?.a,v Ccptni'-urn sc Anrono wpTKtt-r! it ci nm1 vcrM-iMii m,-- tlmi..trlftf cn.IWoml.il. llflDS30 CnH-u seal fi.-w. I'lit-'ft niir- m- f,r n-'.-l.:'.! (,ufiul, P;lt.'HlN l;itiMl t;,;i,;;rt Mlllill ,M. rpc 'Mi :h:'ic:t wit iinU ctnryo. iu tbo 1 nrA... ?)r . 5 tMnatiuH t t J1 IV" : y , i if-1' . .. Vl. .: I -:;f;...l. MRS. L, D. CARTER P FURNISHED ROOMS A new brick l)tiiltlii)(i with Steam Heat an3 Elfctrio Ights, Centrally Located. One.bnlf bloe'c of bath house three blocks of Depot, Posiolli-'o and Banks. Room ond Beard 9S to S7 pep vr.ek. Kocrns $2 and up. 231 1 2 CnacMla Avecu?, !3Vl Xt nlf IfiiA eariduetolekveBeeonA nt, m VKll IiiC ing nortii on t'ommereut AV, avpry IS minutes from B . ra. to tl p. m. Holng north.on Walnut Bt.every lRmlBatef from 6:08 iv. m to W-.iiS p. m. Pm!flP CI I ln Holtnrook Are. mi da Ing north on Holhrook: mt 6:57; 8:27; B:iJ;B)7 7:12 a.m. and on 'hesamn mlaatei every no'it until 10:42 andllili p. ra. IMnst west on I'weuty-ElehHl Bt. l txtlii :iy; KM, H:4!i mrt 7:04 a. ra. and on lame mill- utea nvery taour until 10:H4 and lln)4 p, m. Poplar Ht. pars due to paiw St. Mary's paf 16 minutes after leaving Heooo-J St Belt Mae Owl Cars Wp. m.SS m.: lflO a. m. 1:80 a. m.; t:V3 a. ra.; ijg a ra b:H0 a. m. North on Commercial is p. m, . a. n, Kl m S a. m. 4 a. m. R a. m. Rlt andOvl can aretfua to iw Wf Tnlrty-rourth Bt. IB mlnutea after lenrtnl 8eo nd St CAI'Ofc ST LOUIS RAILWAY CO. fINTERURBAN LINE.) 6 ' tants. t L -fi ll ie .'.llil CI. I: two .- eor :i a JT- A N Cr. y ilia iior-T fri-lrV'M". .,'-,vt:j 1mt; 'hV V v' '"' " -r'-"" 7 i.'14-uiMi. I Ki&t S.si'-"-'- ''".' ',:V'" 't'"" 1 ind h: !,ie ior; 1 ho i.'i a-; m; i.i-.i. i " m. Ik. it if !cik v t.e (.'I ri sci: I at l vi ill-tlil't !' V . s '1 r.orti'ern iis.souri. AH expenses ere 1 uine :i'Hc iv. rl l;e !.-; : r'! I e (rem over the c sun! in rn i llitiOiS. ft! and Kentucky, it-- and sicniiesi, ih.,-1 ((,l..r (n,',n.n wt.tl li fir- l?'7 cf the iriii are pat 2Si Uali'.h Street. Miss Celia Mavis, with Zinn Comedy Co. at opera house thi3 afternoon and tonifjht. AT THE OPERA HOUSE,' Time h the supreme test of all things, and the very best recommendation of S. S. S. is that ithas stoodalong test and is now oftener tised, and has the confidence of a greater htatber of people than any father blood medicine. ' The blood is the vital forced life; the health -preserving element and motive power of the system. Every or jran, nerve, muscle, tissue and sinew of the body is de pendent directly on the blood for nourishment and Ftrength. As it circulates through the system, pure and rich, it furnishes to these different members the health ful properties needed to sustain and enable them to per form their Various duties. So long as the Wood remains free from infection we are apt to be healthy, but any im . purity, humor or poison in the circulation affects some uortion of the central health. Bad blooa may come from various causes, sucn as siuggisn condition oi the system, imperfect bowel and kidney action, indigestion, etc., or the trouble may be inherited, but whatever the source the blood must be puri fied before the body can be healthy. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes, and the various skin affections show that the blood is in a feverish condition as the result of some humor, or the presence of an irritating, fiery acid. Rheumatism comes Irom an excess of uric acid iu the circulation, while Ca tarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, and Contagious Blood Poison, are all deep seated blood disorders. S. S. S. is a natural blood purifier and tonic. If is made entirely of the . juices and extracts of roots, herbs and barks of recognized curative ability, and being free from all harmful min erals is an absolutely safe medicine for young or old. S. S. S. goes into the circulation and removes every trace of impurity, humof or poison. It freshens and enriches the blood and fcures promptly and permanently Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores, ar.d Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison, and r.Il c'her blood dis orders. ''VS..S. S. is tlie most reliable medicine for those whose blood has be come Weak and who arosufiering from Anretnia, Malaria or other debilitating trouble. Hook ou the blood free. TH SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA, The Zinn C". Will Repeat the ''Prince and the Girl" Afternoon and Night Other Plays Coming. r is of 'that kind that, has served to carrv the production to success. Mi 'The Prince mul The rjirl" V.;s said la, t, year to be the ifr play -in Finn's repertoire and b.t tw.hi, when that play was given l-v th Zinn Company at the Opera II. ic " every one seemed lo entertain tu"' fame opinion for Ce coeipnny's p;-es; j cnt appearance. The piece ws bristling with wholesome comedy,' catchy mi sic, beautiful continues aid . pretty scenic olid electrical effect-.' ! Tonight the play will be repeat -d as the farewell performance. There will also be a special matltie of the same hill this afternoon at 2::ui and popular prices will prevail. Wednesday. . Powell Cohan, the pro ducers of the celebrated music play, "The Yankee Doodle Boy," which comes to the opera house on Wednes day, Marcli Oth, for matinee and night, refund anyone's money after the first act: who doesn't say it is the bci-t. and most original theatrical ' of fering thev ever saw. Desiring to dispose ol alio! last year's stock of RAIN We are making a price oi each on MO 5 mm I four hole cookers and broiler with oven "Faust" Well Played. "Faust." the story old, of man's temptation and his fall, was present ed at. the Cratid last nlfiht. by Porter .1. White's Metropolitan company. The act in;; was TIME CARD. Cars M leave Second atreet. Cairn for Mound City and Mound frsl Iowa: Flret car leavea t 4:30 a. m. Second car lesvei at 6 a. m. n every hour thereafter until 8 p. m. Last care leave at 9:40 p. m. and 11:!?0 p. m. JOHN J.0'SBA PLUMBING HEATING, WIRING SEWERIGf AND GAS FITTING onwmatBit esoerfully furnth',d, Koth phose 17f)S WfiBhinpfoo Ave. THr "It is a " . ? it f Jww- ti ri.e s. ,,, rub excellent. The For HaH a Century Wood's b u ? hav hn known thn onlv aure cm tin i'fri -fsSM--AA ,od revflt Bnd mj, miiooii and M'riil iu.. s .lK0GDSFEVKPilL5 :k!t a Blood Purifier and In buUdtng ui S5s W'rrr.. . - tor saic Dy su ios wrnsuw-- ' BUItDS Up THE HEALTH. I have used S. S. S. qnlte exten sively, and know it to be the boat of blood purifiers. It is vegetable, a you claim, and does not injure th avatotn in the loast, but on the contrary bnilds up the (reneral health while ridding- the blood of all poisona and impurities. I feel better in every way sino taking wmiii madidine. and am firm in the opinion that it is all you claim for it in the cure of blood troubles. 716 Willow St., Ibenon, Pean. of the I eliic-, dated Henri La Bnnti, A letter from 10. it. K roofer, Kroecer School of Mn-ie, l.t. to N. W. Cox of Mils cilv, March -I, hiivh: "In reply to your letl -r, I would vhite that I am nciinai'ited w 1 li Henri I.aHonll. lie poc.'-.i-is;, 'n i-P-li, hrilllnnt tenor voice, and kwsu with Hreat dramatic f-rvoc. lie will prove tlioroiiBiiiy vecepfa'ule lo yoiir pub lie, I aff sure." . " Thursday Night. "The Hitnsfi of a Thousand Candles" which will be given at the Cairo opera house Thursday, March 10th, is a drama that unfolds a story of rare stage character in equally rare snr l'oundlnKS. Tbern Is a stamp of nov elty on each scene hihI incident,.'-' Its woirdncKs Hiinplv compepi nttoniini) while its myrtery lightened by laufh f V ' ml 1 1 :i av 1 ml av Diamonds on Credit Hotter tiuirt keeping your mon ey in a lituik. I'rices of dia monds li.! v! duui'led ill the hist 10 yi'sirs "and liny" will doul lo ng.-tiii in the n xt 5 yeatf. A t-ma!) :i vinoitt" down nn 1 ,!- fraall j:iyine it weekly or monthly u.tid en.jiy the jh fisuro and KUcccsfff'til up pen r niHe of venring a diamond. Cnll up to our ollice and look over the diUort'iit si.ts and styles of mountings to - select from. Aliso a complete ljne of watches and jewelry ou easy payments. Cairo CrediUewplffs BOD Commercial Ave., up stairs. Home phono 791 W, 2 rings. If you can not call phone in and our ajrent will call at; your homo and fhow samples. e.BESTAURANT liWASnj.MAiEY.SIaDager. .JH Ohio .St!. Cairo, 111, Roard nzC Hoom$4.00 aad f 1.5 3 Per Wccfc. jr. I- - Mooraa 33 ceutm end SO cents, Mel I3 ctn end' 23 crnli. Capital $100,000.00 SURPLUS $22,000.00 Courteous treatment, careful investments and perinanent advancement h tli p Hey of litis Hank. , We solieit your business and assure polite, prompt, ellicient Bervieo. OrFIOBRS EGBERT A. SMITH, President. 15. E. COX, Cashier. Kghert A. Smith Daniel Ilartmau, E. 0. Pink, W. I' (illlN'S TlCM), Viee-PrcHidf iit Q. E. DECIvWirU, Ass't Cashier. DIRCOTORS W. F. Grinstead, M. J. Howley, . T. J. Kerth, F. Tiechman, P. J! Nassauer, Oscar I.'' Herbert.'- OSTEOPATHY! D. A. STEVENS, M. D. D. 0. Specialist In Chronic Diseases. 712 Uom'l Ave. Phono 111 CAIRO. III,. Poor Economy. One of the' requests for a patent received In the patent office of Ger many was for a device for innklnK one's own matches. With the aid of it. nnyone can, by five hours' work, cave six or seven cents! 1 ne urano. ' ' . Irate Customer Sen here! That stu dent lamp you sold me a week ago la no good. It won't work. Healer Beg pardon, sir, I ought to have told you it was a college student lamp. Puck.