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8 T THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1910. As, , r HIE CAIRO BULLETIN rU at tts Oalrn ftrtilw It tiMni Hiss ANNOUNCEMENT ; M FOR SHERIFF jAftilOCHB SutioriMS his m ouflcemeni as candidate for the RefnJbltcaV nomination for sheriff, of AieisVder county,.' at. the" primary election to be bald Sept 15, 1910. - i. Fr,d.E. Nellis 'authorises Tils, an noHeflint as a candidate for-, .the Republican nomination for sheriff of yexaudr county, at the - primary elqctton;(0 be held Sept. 15, 1810. kftrig''V"'' i a!, ' n;.fi-y,Jt,,i. -C John Mulvlhill : authorizest his can nonneement as candidate for Sheriff ,of Alexander county, subject to th decfriolipf the voters at the primary electlof "to be held 8jt. 13, 1916. -4 . 'FOR REFRE$8NTATIVE.V ; The Bulletin is authored to an tounca the nanje. of -Fred, Ji. Pool pi rtnOLU'aennotratio can , da.te.itof; fVpr$entttiv n the 50t , senatorial 74jtrtct,ublct to tb. pemocraUor SrllMry . Beptetnber 1$ mo. j ..;.,' ' ' . t . '- . .7 . 7. , . v ' .J,-': J N. B. Thistlewood,.. authorises ., bis announcement as 'a, candidate' for-re-elcctieu.. to . congress 'from : the 25th Blinoia jllstrlct'V subject to the'de- ciblonir.of vthe'nBepubllcan voters at; the . primary-election to be held Sept.! ....'.:...... - ri is, mo,- if . ; FOR CQUNTY JUDGE. ' ' Judge Wm! S.'Cfcwey authorizes his BBnouubement' ' fof fhrriteiHiblicn nomination for County Judge, -ar the primary, election" to jbe heW Sept. 13, 1910, ' . , ' ".-.. coOnty superintendent., , - ,Tfot. ' S: & Golt. autnorizes Ms an nooncetnent aa a candidate for Coun ty' Superintendent of Schools of Alex aoder c.ounty, ubJec'tto tie Republi can primaries, Sept i5, 4910. 'i: t ,:i "" ' "j".'", W' -V Asa4 D. TwentV authorises bis an nouncement as a. candidate for-.County Superintendent of Schools of Alex ander county, subject to the Repub lican primaries, Septla,' 1910. ' Mrs." Fanny P.' Hacker authorizes ber announcement as a' candidate for County Superintendent of Schools of Alexander ' county, subject to , the Democratic - voters at the primary election Sept 15, 1910. FOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER David M. Mulcahey authorizes his announcement as a candidate, for county assessbr and treasurer,-iub-ject to the' decision of the Democrat ic voters of Alexander dounty1 at the primary election .'to be held Sept 15, 1910. 7; .v V ' " ;;.:, .,- '' Capt. W. D..Lippitt authorizes bis announcement as a candidate for re election as assessor and treasurer of Alexander county, subject to' the Re publican voter at. the primary elec tion on iSept 15th.' ' E. E. Ellis authorizes bis announce ment as a candidate for assessor and treasurer; of , Aleixander , county, sub ject' to. tbe decision of the Republican voters at the , primary election on Beit. 15th, 1910. Thos. W. Williams authorizes nis announcement as a candidate for As sessor and Treasurer of Altxander county, Bubject to the decision of the Republican voters of the county at the. primary election to be held Sept 15 1010..., - , ". , Many Varieties of Betrla, The bean that we eat In some form nearly every day, that almost every- Dodr IlKee, Is comparatively new as en edible. Our common everyday bean Is native of South America and ;. was Jstroduced. Into Europe, whence It came to this country during the six teenth century and now Is represented bji.BtefiJl 0 cultivate varieties "The cJpjid, bean la ,the bean, of. his tory. and Its origin Is so remote that It J'ikii;;tt.;ts''pf'obktty. a native f southwestern Asia, and northeastern Etir1lp;V4V- ' itf.tlfiWi ol.K.lltfle anflytitd rtandi - i"min: rold stoon-thouidered tHyW:$f loeii' Ko lound dis-(urbllhe'-ereninif'a qitlethess; save the cooJoa or a mourning dove. But sud. denly a fist clenches and the afore mentioned man la beard to exclaim "Confound that wood-chuck!" Judge! ' : canaoa ommi man. Canada b as lost one title to fame Its smallest man, and one of the smallest In the world. Edward Hup man. thirty-eight years old, died re- centljik.bi home In a Nova Scotia vlllagr His height was two feet line Inches and be weighed 30 pounds. : f .j ...The Reason. '; V ; ' 'Men don't undeatattd women be- cause tney can t; women fea t under stand meii because they dort have to, Mucn ssere. The man who la able to do the right thing at the right , time and In tbe right place may be a genius, but It Is wore likely that he'd lucky. FIRST COUNT OF VOTES CAST WILL BE MADE TODAY Energetic Candidates in Contest and ar$ an Early Start Those Who Get Their Names in Early Will Have a Great Start Over Others Who Wait Until the Contest is Half Over-Standing of Contestants Will Appear in to- , morrow's Issue : Tomorrow will be published a full list'of'the candidates who' are' en- ., . . , t. , i tere( for the. rich and, valuable prizes . . , , , -r- , onerea oy.inis paper as rewarus 'w.Mf.. Kpnith Warner energy, together with the vote r- Mc Albert Zook celved by each bp untit 1 o'clock today. - The list for- the several districts . . . . . V shows' an. added Interest on the. part - of contestants and their friends and that.no amount of energy and work will' be spared to win the Grand Capital Prize or one of the other rich awards offered by the Bulletin. ' Every day at 1 p. m. the ballot box at the Bulletin office will be closed and the votes taken therefrom and! counted to appear In the paper the f next morning. Votes put in after that hour will not be counted and will not appear in the paper until the second day following. The city of Cairo and surrounding territory will soon be scoured all day long by candidates and their friends getting, votes and subscrip- tlons from every available source. After First Honors. Nothing out first honors will suf- fce tor thnKP who have alrpHilv fin- tend the battle of ballots, and they will not be satisfied until they have been declared the winners. This is the only spirit in which to enter a contest of this kind a spirit of de termination that will win out in the end. A bird in the hand Is worth two in the bush so while the opportunity is yours grasp it and get the best possible results.- T ' .' Do not stop because someone re f.ioo. tn I.U lh. ,,n on.l !., .... u them, and if a person says he does not want the BullPtin just stay long enough to show him why he should have it. ; If he is already a subscriber to the paper get him to pay you his sub scription money' so that you may re ceive the votes.' Votes count up very fast when once the start is made. No time should be lost as time means votes, and the loss of votes means a serf ous obstacle in the way of your se curing one of these valuable prizes.,! Seven Weeks Only. The time is brief and it behooves each and every candidate to do al! possible in thi manner of securing votes and subscriptions right at the start. The candidate who works steadily and earnestly, makes daily gains, is the most likely to win the automobile Make the most of each day and make every moment count and spell votes. CANDIDATES ENTERED TO DATE District No. 1. ... All of the City of Cairo lying north of Twenty-first street. Miss Helen . lackson ' ft"- Mrs. Schwartze. Billle's Good Quality. A fine example of childish reason ing wis ottered by the little school tirl who was , overheard Idudly ap proving of a boyish classmate. "I do love Blllie," the sighed, sweetly. "He's so dastirdly. Why! TBepe nothing under heaven that be dasn't do!" Put Them Up in Parks. ' . "Mother," kid a small boy ! know, "do you know what they do with pres Identa wb.en " they get through with them r No,"'! replied,'"! don't," "They freeze them stiff and put them up la parks," be replfed. ! No Royal Road. The world was not made for us. It was made for 10,000,000 of me, all dif ferent from each other and from us; there's no royal road, we Just have to clamber and tumble Robert Louis Stevenson. 1 Suicide Days. Life Insurance returns show that more suicides take place on Tuesday and Thursday than on other days. Tabooed the Rats. The forewoman In our department won't allow us to wear rata In our lair," she protested. "Isn't she the dd cat !" suggested her friend. Start Work Securing Miss Alice .Byrne Mr. Ito, Smith wioe .inane ti iiHOUin. . Mr, Hrry Thornberry 'ss Grace ?elis JMiss Pearl 'oimrr JVIiss Pearl Youngs Mr.' Bernard Burchfield. Miss lona Savo:oda Miss Mabel Engler Mr.. Evert McDonald Miss Zorayda Nance.' , r. , Miss Myrie Goldsmith. . : ; Miss Elith Langan. Mis Mabel Kended D strict No. 2- All of the city of Cairo lying south OI i wemy-nrst. street Mr - G- w- Hurley : Mr- Hein Eickoff I Mr- Ptlil ChrHtinan Mr8- H- Gentry, Mr- A- H- 'oodwortn Mrs- E- Notge iMlS8 Margaret Stone lMlss Fitwrald miss anna Burse. Miss DeRosset. Mr Charlie Glass M.!ss Margaret Eiier. Miss Zorayda Vance Mr. Wm. Steagala. Miss Olga X. Ellis Miss Fay McCabe. Miss Lizzie Riley District No. 3. All territory in Mississippi - embracing Charleston and jacent towns. Miss Gladys Iliver, Charleston Miss Louise Gordan count y ail ad- " ' "'"' '"J Mn T HowarJ Miss Ida Johnson Miss Blanch Darragh District No. 4. All territory on the Big Eon;' R. R. to Harrisburb, incliJding""Mour.ds. Mound Cit.y, Anna, Uonesboro and the following towns: Grand Chain Olmstel, Livings, Karnack, Vienna, Eldorado, Parker City, Carrier Mills, Villa Ridge and Harrisburjr. MIrs Charlotte' Htgglns, Anna. iiss Safronia TuttK Anna Miss Irene Bnllance, Vienna Miss Gene Beal, Vienna Miss Nell I'erkins, Vienna Miss Jean Grew, Jonesboro Miss Ester Tilrftcts, Jonesboro Miss Alta Frost, Jonesboro Miss Mary Crawford, Jonesboro Miss Nettie English, Joneaboro Miss Ida; Johnson. . Miss Blanche Darragh. Miss I. la Johnson, Mound City Miss Hazel Rosenbarger, Gd. Chain. District No. 5. AH territory south of Cairo !o Pul ton, embracing Wickliffe, Bard'el, Arlington and Fulton. . , Miss Nell Tharp." Wickliffe ' Miss Cue Johnson,' Wickliffe ' Miss Carman Andrews, Wickliffe Miss Clara Stewart, Fulton The Children of Mexico. The Mexican children are delight fully interesting. Courtesy with them seems to be ingrained. As soon as they can talk they become Chester fields, while their Innate kindness prompts them to many a delicate at tention. , Blister on Your Heel. If your, new shoes bid fair to rub a blister on your heel, put a piece of ad hesive plaster over the sensitive spot. In a few days It will be well, and the shoe will havo softened In the mean time. - Weather Instinct of Animals. All animals have a weather In stinct. The approach of rain Is In dicated by the flight of swallows, by the cries of wster fowl and by the tctions of cows and pigs. Margie's Pills. One day small Margie was standing at the window when It began to hall. "Oh, look, mamma!" she exclaimed, "It's raining pills!" The Philosopher of Folly. "A chafing dish party," says the Philosopher of Folly. "Is a, good deal tike a souse party, only you send for the doctor Instesd of the police." WILL ENTERTAIN 1 1 HILL LIU till Hill l ROOSEVELT lOTintl n i re? i Colonel To Be tie Guest of t Ohio Valley Exposition. HE HAS ACCEPTED INVITATION On the . Occasion of Former Presi dent's Visit There,Will Be a Cele . bration In Commemoration cf the Vork Dene On the Fernbank Dam, an Improvement Advocated by Roosevelt Eight Years Ago. Cincinnati, O. (Special.) The Ohio Valley Exposition is to have the honor of entertaining Former Presi dent Theodore Roosevelt. A definite 1 acceptance of the Invitation extended him some months ago has been re ceived by . the Exposition manage ment, and arrangements will be made at once to make tbia visit one of the most notable events of the big Indus trial enterprise.:- When' Secretary P. Lincoln", Mitchell of the , Exposition company; met Colonel Roosevelt in Paris some months ago and formally Invited him to come to Cincinnati as the guest of the Exposition manage; ment, be found the returned hunter well informed as to the objects and icope of the Exposition, and In hearty sympathy with all Its" alms. It was In Cincinnati in 1902 that. Colonel Roosevelt then presideht ef- the United- States,"'-made ' bis first official ipeeeh in favor of conservation of natural . resources, and - pledged his lupport to the movement for the permanent Improvement of inland waterways. On the occasion of his eomlng Visit there will be a celebra tion In commemoration of th. work done on the Fernbank dam, J'ist be low Cincinnati, this being one cf the Improvements advocated by Colonel Roosevelt eight years ago for fue es tablishing of a continuous ntvigable stage in the Ohio river from Pitts burg to Cairo. Aside from celebrat ing this work, the Exposition also commemorates the one hundredth an niversary of the establishing of steam navigation on the Ohio river, the first boat, the "Orleans." being budt and operated by Nicholas Roosevelt, ' f ENJOYS GREAT "J i -1 ' 'ft !i WM 1 lif if h. " ZM ( ,&.'(' VaMlMBM David Bispbam, the noted American baritone singer,, whose character work has made bim world famous. Mr. Blspham will, alng ."Oomarez." the Moor, in the Jones-Floridia popular romantic opera, ."Paoletta," at the Ohio Valley Exposition, Cincinnati, Aug. 29 to Sept. .24. ,'. ' - ' grand-uncle of the former , president. It will be seen, therefore, that there are more than ordinary reasons why Colonel Roosevelt has accepted this invitation to come to Cinclnniti dur ing the progress of tbe Exposition. Tbe date set for his visit is Friday, Sept. 9. He will arrive in the morn ing from Chicago, being met by a del egation of leading citizens, Including President Robert Reynolds and Di rectors of the Exposition. After a short stay at his hotel, he will be es corted to the Exposition grounds, where a program, arranged with his approval, will be offered. Later in the day he will spend ' 6ome little time at the home of his son-in-law, Congressman Nicholas Longworth, al though the greater portion of his stay In the city will be devoted to the Ex position. He will leave on the night cr mfty D aD,e 10 ro"ow ine evo,u it Sept. 9 for Pittsburg, where he has ion ot tbe eotton.from the boll to In engagement on the following day. , hinds and classes of utilities. Described. "What Is hiintklrl?'" "Oh. some kind of Japanese bard Dn-UU.'-t'uck. ; coMNG-GRAN BELT . LOCATED IN SOUTH Cincinnati, O. (Special.) When Col. William Bruce LefflngweJL the noted traveler and lecturer, delivers his series of illustrated talks on "The South and Its Resources," at the Ohio Valley Exposition, to be held in Cin cinnati, he will lay particular strt-sa upen the fret that the South is the coming grain section ' cf the United States. Col. Letllngwell will show, by figures, photographs and noving pictures, that farmers seeking new agricultural worlds to corner "need not travel to Canada, U'erV to endure climatic hardships, in order to fnd a new and productive section on which to expend their labors and their knowledge cf farming. According to the researches made by Col. Lefilng well rtatistlcs show that much of the land in the rcuth that heretofore has been'. devoted, to the culture of cotton, and which now is being Infested by the dTead boll weevil, can be made more profitable by the scientific culti vation of wheat, corn, or.ts, barley and other grains and farm products. COTTON CONSUMERS TO DISPLAY WARES Cincinnati Firm Prepares For Ohio Valley Expo. Cincinnati, O. -(Special.) What will undoubtedly prove an Interest ing adjunct to the Southern States Resources Exhibit at the; Oh k) Valley Exposition, to be jheid her irom Au gust 19 to September 24. will be the display that now la being arranged by one of. the largest manufacturing firms of Cincinnati. This corporation, besides being a general cotton factor for years, has recently been giving much attention to the manufacturing of cotton mattresses, until now their plant for the production of these 8leeplng-rcom necessities, both In the matter of quantity and quality, ex cels any other like business in the United' States. This firm consumes hundreds of tons cf cotton annually, using from the finest through the next two grades in the making of mattresses, which find a ready sale In America and abroad., This Prm has done some experimenting with foreign grown cotton, but has found the American product far superior for its purposes, and so uses nothing but the home-grown articles in the manufacture of its tens of thousands FAME-AS SINGER A' of mattresses annually. ' Other arti cles of domestic use of which cotton forms the principal portion are also manufactured by. this firm, giving it tbe distinction of being one of the largest consumers of cotton In the Middle West, and certainly the larg est in the Ohio Valley. It is the pur pose of this firm to display a full line of the cotton goods it manufac tures, together with an interesting exhibit of some of their products in the making, in order to show just how the cotton is handled before it reaches the stage of a finished arti cle. While this display will hardly become a portion of the Southern States exhibit, it will be located con veniently to the 91,000 square feet of floor space which have been set aside for the Southlands use, so that visit- Shoe Towns. ' ' There are more than a hundred cities aDd towns ia Ne England where shoes aad slippers are made. If and sometimes chronic aithients. This can be avoided if Mother's Friend is used before the coming of baby, and the healthy woman can remain a healthy mother. , It is the only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly prepares the system for healthy motherhood, and brings about a natural and easy consummation of the term. Women who use Mother's Friend recover quickly, and wi .h no ill effects, or chronic troubles. Every expectant mother should safeguard her health by using Mother's Friend, thus preparing her physical condi tion for the hour of mother- hood. 1 nis medicine is tor sale at drug stores. Write for free dook torexpectant mothers. THE BRADFIELD CO., Atlanta, Ga. The Medicinal Value of Whiskey is admitted by the highest medical authorities. Indeed for many slight disorders it is a safe and certain cure. Htit to,he - effective, it must be the genuine, pure, natural article uk ; v Sunny Brook v THE PURE POOD , - Whiskey SUNNY BROOK is unsurpassed as a wholesome pleasant f siiraulsnt or n Invigorstln hrslthful tonic. Ey drop Is Jl tilled, . fted and bottled under the direct tuperrlakta of V. S. Government . Inspectore and Its absolute piirttv and mellowness make Its use perfectly f safe ami free; from harmful effects;' The "Green Government Stamp' I over tbe cork of each bottle states the correct age. proof and quantity, SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO.. Iclertoa Co., Ky. 4 FULL QUARTS$ BY EXPRESS PREPAID hk From any of thi WOBODA BROS. SMITH BROS., L C. BAXTER, SCHUH DRUG CO., BEN DIG & RILYIG CO, SHIPPED IN PLAIN BfXES i 1 NO GOO0S SHIPPED CO. O. 3 $5.00 FOR THE ROUND TRIP GRAND EXCURSION VIA - Tuesday, Aug. 23,1910. Tickets Rood for going pnesnge only on Special Train? leav ing Cairo at y a. in. and 7 P- ni. on above date. The 8 a. m. Special will consist of coaches and dining car. The night Special leaving "at 7p. m., coaches and sleepers. Application for Sleeping Car Berths should be made not later than Aurfust 18tha .". , Returning tickets will be good on all ragular iraine leav- j itig Chicago to and including Wednesday, August 31st, (ex Hi cept Fast Mail Train leaving. Chicago 2:40 a. m., No. 3 at 7 p. ni. find No. 9 at 9. p. m) Under no circumstances will a longer limit be given on the return portion of these excur sion tickets. Further particulars of J. 11. JONES, Ticket Agent, Central Uiron Station, Cairo, 111. 8. O. HATCH, Gen. Pass. A gt., Chicago.-..' A, H HANSON, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Chicago. v ", 7rYlesTsslstss) The Crasshopper's "Ears." , Grasshoppers have their organs of hearing at the base of the abdomen, thfct la, at the same place where the corrpFpon3ing organ of the Noctuldae has boen discovered. Violated Quarantine Regulations. , A man in North Carolina was fined $100 for driving cattle through coun ties quarantined on account of Texas fever Into a county outside quaran tined area. i Tobacco In the Orient. V?e of tobacco is universal In the orient, and the word cheroot and its use come from Madras. Tho first cigars scpn by Columbus were wrapped with corn shucks. . -Fan on the Rocking Chair. A patent "has been granted for on attachment to rocking chairs to oper ate a tan to cool ths occupants. The bearing of children is fre quently followed by poor health for the mother. This supreme crisfe' ef life finding her physi cal system unprepared for the demands of nature, leaves her with weakened resistive powers 71 "F" A A mm V p- 5 following Distributors: Cairo, IH. Cairo', 111. Cairo. III. Cairo, ill Cairo, (END REMITTANCE WITH TOUR ORDER. 8 TO - Poor Advise. The Tourist (hanging precariotislr on a shaky limb half way down the precipice Aod my psychical science1 doctor told me when in a condition of great mental strain, to relax every muscle. .- : : : , - j Limit of English Lives. An Englishman thirty years old msy expect thirty-three years two months more of life; a woman, thirty-four rears one month. to tne women. Women can do good educational work In their own homes, and even while out shopping, without speaking it street corners. Evelyn Countess Oesart ' -. Stoves In Scotland. Practically the only stoves used in Scotland are those for cooking, almost til houses getting heat from open fireplaces. . .