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TH2 CAISO BULLETIN, MONDAY MOANING, AUGUST 22, 1910.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN 4 4 tt tk Oki ro Pottoffie toi tmamlMlMi ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SHERIFF. f JAU 8. ROCHE authorizes hU an- ouneewent as a candidate for the tlepuollcan nomination for sheriff of Alexander county, at the primary lection to be held Sept. 15, 1910. Fred D. Nellls authorizes hia an nouncement as a candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Alexander county, at the primary election to be held Sept. 15, 1910. John Mulvihill authorizes his an nouncement as a Democratic candi date for 'Sheriff .of Alexander county, subject to the decision of the voters at the primary election to be held sept, is, 1918. iguana FOR REPRESENTATIVE. The Bulletin Is authorized to an oounce the name of Fred M. Pool of Herrin, 111., as a Democratic can dldate for representative In the BOta senatorial district, subject to th Democratic primary September It mo. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. The Bulletin is authorized to an nounce the name of Frank E. Davis of Cairo, 111., as a Republican candi date for representative In the 50th senatorial district, subject to the Republican primary September 15 i9io.' a FOR CONGRESS. N. B. Thlstlewood authorizes his announcement as a candidate for re election to congress from the 25tb Illinois district subject to the de cision of the Republican voters at the primary election to be held Sept. 15, 1910. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Judge Wm. 8. Dewey authorizes his announcement for the Republican nomination for Ceunty Judge, at the primary election to be held Sept. 15 1910. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. Prof. S. B. Gott authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for Coun ty Superintendent of Schools of Alex ander county, subject to the Republi can primaries, Sept. 15,' 1910. Asa D. Twente authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for Coun ty Superintendent of Schools of Alex ander county, -subject to the Repub lican primaries, Sept. 15, 1910. Mrs. Fanny P. Hacker authorizes her announcement as a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools of Alexander county, subject to the Democratic voters at tae primary election Sept. 15, 1910. FOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER David M. Mulcabey authorizes his announcement as a candidate for county ' assessor and treasurer, sub ject to the decision of the Democrat ic voters of Alexander cUunly at the primary election to be held Sept. 15. 1910. , ' Capt. W. D. Llppltt authorizes his announcement as a candidate for re election as assessor and treasurer of Alexander -county, subject to the Re publican voters at . the primary elec tion on Sept. 15th. E. E. Ellis authorizes his announce ment as a candidate for assessor and treasurer of Alexander county, sub ject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election on Sept. 15th, 1910. Thos. V. Williams authorizes nis announcement as a candidate for As sessor and Treasurer of Altxander county, subject to the decision of the .Republican voters of the county at the primary election to be held Sept. 15, 1910. THE Mil . General Conditions Yesterday was another clear day, on the average, and no rain was re ported by the weather bureau. Yesterday's Temperatures. Maximum M Minimum ........ . 72 At " p. m 81 ,At midnight iRtreet record). .73 Wahlngton Forecast. W'afthlnston, Aug. 21. Illinois Partly cloudy Monday; Tuesday showers and cooler, except fair ex treme south. Sun and Moon Records. Sun will rise today ...5:16 a. m. 8un,will set today ..... .0:49 p. m. Aloon will rise today. ... . ,8:16 p. m. Note. The above sun and moon record Is for Illinois and approxi mates the time at Cairo within a few minutes. To cet the Associated Press new a Cairo jrou must mad The Bulletlm AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydiaEPinkham'sVegeta ble Compound Cured Her Knox ville, Iowa. " I suffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more and was so weak and ner yous that I could uot do my work. I woteto Mrs. lint ham and tookLydis E rmkham s Vege table Compound Uy 11 and Liver mils, and f am glad to say that Vf i If I your medicines and r . . . . . .. kind letters of at re tious have done inoie for me than anything else and I had the best physi cians here. 1 can do inv work and rest well at night. I believe there is noth. tig like the Pinkham remedies." i. Claka Fiianks, li.RU., No. 3, ..noxviile, lo wa. The success of Lyd'u E. Pinkham's epe tabic Compound, made from roots na herbs, u unparalleled. It may pe tsed with porlect contidonce by wmneo vho suffer from displacements, inrhinv , iation, ulceration, liuroid tumors, ir- ajruliinties, periodic pains, backache. earing-down feeling, flatulency, indi cation, tuziuiiess, or nervous prostra ion. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the itandard remedy for female ills, and uflejfing women owe it to themselves to at least give tins medicine a trial Proof is abundant' that it has cured housands of others, and why should it uot cure your If you want special advice write Mxm. l'ink liuni, Ly n n, M ass., for it. ..sis tree una l ways lie JpiuL . FRANK E. DAVIS Calls Attention to His Announcement In This Issue of The Bulletin Republican Candidate For Legislature. Frank E. Davis' announcement as a candidate at the Sept. 15th primary election for the Republican nomina tlon for member of the legislature appears in this issue of the Bulletin. 7 i - - Mr. Davis has been before the vot ers in two previous occasions. Eight years ago he-was chosen by the peo ple as county assessor and treasurer, which office he filled for four years with satisfaction to the people. In ISOfl Iih was eli'cteil siieriff of Alexan der county by nearly 2000 . majority and served the people but three years of the term, giving general satisfac tion. He was displaced from this of fice by Gov. Deneen because of the incidents of Nov. 11, l!0!t. .Many pro tests were sent to the governor be cause of this action, particularly by county officers, city officers and rep resentative citizens who declared that Mr. Davis had tried to do his duty in the premise and did not ap prove of the governor's action. , Mr. Davis' reports show- that he accounted for $8,300.01) In fees col lected over and above the expenses of his office while be was sheriff. He feels that he would like to have his friends vindicate him, by voting for him as Alexander county's candi date for the Republican nomination for member of the General Assembly. There are two Republican candidates to be nominated, and county pride would make voters favorable to the candidacy of a home man." ANNOUNCEMENT. THE CAIRO ELECTRIC & TRAC TION COMPANY HAVE ARRANGED WITH HERMAN 8CHUH DRUG IGSST, EIGHTH AVENUE AND WASHINGTON AVENUE FOR THE SALE OF HALF AND FULL FARE TRIPS AND FOR 100 BOOKS. TICKET8 NOW ON SALE. I ' ' ' - Th Children of Mxhw. 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. ., , . ' , Ylel of Almond Oil, One hundred pounds of almond laid 48 pounds of II. ' A -ft 111 ABOUT 125 MEMBERS OF GHOU SON FAMILY GATHERED AT HOME OF JAMES A. GHOLSON AT BARLOW, KY., SATURDAY. The beautiful country home of James A. Gliolson, near Barlow, Ky., was the scene Saturday of a most enjoyable, gathering of kinsfolk a re union of the Gholson family, which has been prominent in the western part of Kentucky for over half a century There were about a hundred and twenty! five "Jh attendance and par took of the bountiful dinner which was served on -the lawn. The early part of the day was spent in renew ing old associations and forming new friendships. After dlinner an hour was given to religious service which is ever a feature of the gatherings of this God fearing (family. The service was led by Rev. G. "W. Evans, assisted by Rev H. B!. Terry. After Ihis letters from absent ones were read by Mrs. Phoebe Gholson Gardner, of Puducah, who also gave an interesting talk about the Gliolson of the past and present'. The guests remained until late In the afternoon and then expressed re gret that, the day had passed too quickly. Among those present, were Mrs. Margaret Gholson, Lloyd Gholson and family, J. Will Gholson, W. T. Wit- ford .and-, family. .1. .1, Wilford and family, R. B. Wilford and ifamiilM Horace Wilford and wife, Harvey Wilford. Mrs. M. M. Gholson, .7. L. Gliolson and family, Mrs. Lillian White and children, Dr, J. S. John son and wife, N'orman Roach and family, S. P. Hughes and family A. L. Grace and family, g,obt. Grace and family, iV. H. Grace and family. Mrs. Laura Griffin and children, Mrs. Mollie Crice. Of Barlow and vicinity: John ('. Gholson, 0kA. Bi'rke and family and the family of John W. Gholson, and Ijouis Waldschmldt and family of Cairo, III. Misses Christine and Mary Gholson of Fredonia. Ky., I, N. Trimble and family and Mrs. E. P. Tomerlln and son, of Wickliffe, Lloyd T. Gholson and ' family, R. E. Gholson and fam ily, Parker Gholson and sister, Miss Pearl. Messrs. -Charles and Hershall and Miss Rebckuh Gholson, Miss Anna Gholson,' T.' C, Ovef street" and family, E. D. Overstreet and family, Mrs. W. A. .Tett, Mrs. Emma John son. iD. E. JeU and family, E. P. Over street. T. A. Jett and family and C. E. Jett, w. II. Unsell and wife, Mrs. C'hss. Perryman.. Mrs. Ma Unsell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harting. Mrs. Lon Lynn, of North Ballard and Mc Cracken counties. Miss Fannie Whayne, of Helena. Ark., Dr. John Baker and family and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Smith, of La Cen ter, Ky. Mrs. Phoebe G. Gardner, and Dr. L. E, Young and Miss Iyde Nichol son, of Paducah, Rev. G. W. Evans, of Barlow, and Rev. II. B. Terry, of La Center, Ky. HAPPY RESULTS. Have Made Many Cairo Residents Enthusiastic. No wonder scores of Cairo citizens grow enthusiastic. . It is enough to make anyone happy to find relief after years of suffering. Public statements like the following are but truthful representations of the dally work done In Cairo by Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. Benjamin Miller, 418 Seventh street, Cairo, 111., says: "I was troubled by kidney complaint nearly all my life and was unable to find more than temporary relief. My back ached intensely, especially at night and I was subject to dizzy, spells. There was also a difficulty wth the kidney secretions. Recently, when I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, I procured a box at Schuh & Son's Drug Store and had taken but a few doses before I felt better. My back steadily grew strong and the pains were relieved. I am glad to recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney sufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price B9 cens. Foster-MIlburn Co. Buffalo. New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. IS In Absence of Dr. McManus Hao Case immediately on . Being Handed the Papers. Coroner Dr. McManus, who left left with his family this morning for a visit, to Chicago', 'appointed E. ,A. Hurke deputy coroner. He delivered the necessary papers to Mr. Burke when a case for hH attention came up. Mr. Burke seems to always have things come his way. When IDr. McManus was elect ed coroner the last time he changed the order of things. It was formerly the rule for the cor oner to send all his cases to one tin let-taker. during his term. ' This term he divided the business between the three white undertakers, giving the business to each one for one month. The first month Burke had 12 cases HELD CORONER for burial, the largest number in a single month for many years, ' and much the largest number of any month since. Mounds Team Defeated By Herrln Cairo Tigers Defeaed by Cairo Cubs, 11 to 3. The Coca Colas met defeat at the hands of the Herrin team at Beech wood Park, Mounds, yesterday, by a score of 7 to 3. The Herrin men connected with Ruell's delivery for five runs in the first inning, and the Mounds 'ails were unable to catch up. CUBS DEFEAT TIGERS. The Cairo Cubs and the Cairo Tigers met in a game of baseball yesterday at the Twenty-first si reet grounds and the game resulted in favor of the Cuba, 11-10-3 to 3-4-7. The batteries were, for the Cubs, Bornwell and O'Loughlin; for the Tigers, 'Kobler, Rununell, Hodges and Shanks. ' - - -''' '' : E. E." ELLIS Candidate for the Republican Nom ination for Assessor and Treasurer primary election, Sep. 15. HOLD INDIGNATION MEETING CLAIMED THAT NORTHWEST ERN TRUNK RAISE IS CON FISCATORY. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 21. A mass meeting to which six hundred lumber manufacturers of the south and southwest have been Invited, Is to be held at the Jefferson Hotel In St Louis next Wednesday. The meet ing has beeen cftleiV Dy the Amerl can Lumberman of Chicago, and Is to protest against the recent action of the railroad trunk lines In this terri tory, through the Southwestern freight traffic committee. In cancel ing rate divisions on lumber on all tap line connections. The call covers all branches of the trade, ineludlnr hardwood and yellow pine. The lum bermen claim the new rnle will work a great hardship upon them, raising the rates on lumber from 15 to 25 per cent, and thereby Increasing Its cost to the consumer. The order of the railroads was filed with the interstate commerce com mission Aug. 13, without warning to the lumbermen. It becomes effective Sept. 24. . The so-called tap lines, otherwise known as "lumber roats," are lines built by the lumbermen for the pur pose of reaching the timber and haul ing the product to trie nearest June tion point with a trunk line. Some of the lumbermen Bee a plot in the present rate ruling to render the tap line so unprofitable to their owners, the lumbermen, that they can be bought by the trunk lines at a low figure. This they terra "confisca tion." AN EARLY INVENTION A Genius Had an Idea of the Motor Car Early in the Nineteenth Century. Washington, Aug. 21. "Ia the Na tional Intelligencer published ,1n Washinggton, June 12, 1839, can be found a curious notice," said Edwin G. Baldwin, of Boston, inventor of the Baldwin Auto Guide, recently. "It is In regard to a self-propelled vehicle, and reads as follows: 'An Improved carriage a model of car riage to be used on the common road or on a railroad with a drawing pow er, or as a locomotive can be seen at the city halt The scientific and others, owners of turnpike road stock particularly, are requested to call and view it. The carrlge Is calculated a a ubtltute for railroads. The In ventor wishes to sell the joint half of the patent right to a gentleman who can advance eight of ten thous and dollars to put it 1n operation In various places at once.' The finan cial requirement at the present time is amusing. The present day auto mobile factory needs a trifle more capital to do buslnes." - u lp . i HER III PROTESI RATES OPEIG EARLIER YEAR BY YEAR THEATRICAL SEASON STARTED THIS TIME ALMOST A MONTH EARLIER. T Summer Shows Always Seem to Prosper Some Houses Open With Show That Closed - House Last Spring. New York, Aug. 21. Little by lit tle each year sees tho opening of the dramatic season brought about a few days earlier, until one begins to ques tion If soon there will be any vaca tion at all. This year matters are in full swing almost a month in ad vance of ILabor Day which anly a few years ago was considered the formal and actual beginning of the ' winter's campaign. It would be diffi-1 cult to say just what has brought this about, but whether the cause oe merely stress of loni petition or in re-i sponse to a genuine public demand' the is that all the theatres which have meritorious attractions are en-( joying eplendid 1 patronage even In the hottest of dog days. Where the audiences come from is a puzle, but themost plausible -explanation Is that" they are largely composed of returning tourists from mountain, lake and seashore who iiuger a few days in New York before proceeding homeward and that the great army of buyers from the large mercantile houses of the interior which descends upon New York the latter part of every summer to a :arge extent makes up the remainder. Another Innovation or the last year or two Is worthy of more man pass ing mention. This is the custom of opening the season wri'a iiie same play that closed the house the pre vious spring. This year there are at least half a dozen such instances at hand and In a few i?ays more the plays that stopped stiort from heat stroke in the early summer will be vying again for popularity with the nw productions and the summer hows, which are of a kind peculiarly their own and hold the Held; with varying success, according to their merits, against the rncreasing com petition. Speaking of these summer shows their mast .striking peculiarity is that they never fall. They may be bad, seemingly beyond redemption at the start, but somehow they always man age to survive; and a thetrlcal mem ory which goes back ror twenty years scarcely serves to recall a single one which failed to live out its allotted period. Their pliable form makes it easy to change nd Inject extran()us matter; the summer audiences are proverbially Indulgent, and the dimin ished competition and small, off sea son salary list complete the result. Of this year's crop the most pre tenelous, as usual. Is Florence Zleg field's Folies of 1810 which has been drawing large audiences since early in June In the Jard tnde Paris, another name for the roof gantim on top of the New York theatre. Begun hero, three summers ago these reviews as the management prefers to term them ince satirize passing or recent events In real life or on the stage have become an established Institu tion of the heated term. In point of music and genuine comedy, however, this year's entertainment Is hardly up to the standard of previous sea sons although no expense has been spared in providing gorgeous cos tumes and splendid scenery. Three doses of 23 Chill Remedy cures chills. I BULL A RD j " 7 HE SIGN MAN' ' I Boase and Sign Painting, Paper Hanging and Deco rating. WindoTt) Signs. Electric Signs 509 Commercial Ave, Candidate DRAWBACK Candidates and their friends when sending in coupons may with the name on top coupon. " ' Hurt II. ft IP 1 tion of some of its sweetness. Much of this can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend. This great remedy prepares the expectant mother's system for the coming event, and its usn makes her com fortable during all the term. Mother's Friend assists nature in grad ually expanding all tissues, muscles and tendons, it strengthens tho ligaments, and keeps the breasts in good condition.'' The use of Mother's Friend lessens the pain when baby comes, and "assures a quica: ana natural recovery tor the mother. For sale at drug stores. Write for free book for expectant mothers. THE BRADFIELD CO., Atlanta, Ga. The river marked 9.A feet on the Cairo gauge last evening, showing a fall of 0.3 of a foot in 24 hours. . The Stacker Lee arrived from Memphis at C:15 yesterday morning and left at 7:30 for St. umis. The Rees Lee arrived at 10:30 yes terday morning from St. Louis and left at 1:30 for Memphis. The towboat Condor arrived at 1:30 yesterday afternoon from Joppa wl:li two empty log barges, picked up 4 empty coal barges and departed for Joppa at 2 p. m. The steamer O. W. Robertson ar rived at 2:15 yesterday afternoon from Paducah with an excursion, and left at 5 o'clock for Paducah. The R. Dunbar arrived at 2:30 yes terday afternoon from Paducah with an excursion. She left at 5 o'clock for Paducah. IS Oil IRE M WEEKLY WEATHER FORECAST PREDICTS LOWER TEMPERA TURES AND RAIN ALL OVER THE COUNTRY THIS WEEK.; Washington Aug. 21. Chilly weath er Is on the way according to the gen eral forecast for the coming week, issued by Profesor Willis U Moore, chief of the' weather bureau. Tho chilly wave will begin to sweep across the country the middle of the week, starting from tho northwestern states and reaching the Atlantic coast by Friday or Saturday. Its appear 1 RIVER HEWS f HIRER tttttttittttrrtttttrtittttttttittttittttttJLtAur $5.00 5 FOR THE ROUND TRIP GRAND EXCURSION VIA v' Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1910. Tickets good for going passage puly on Special Traius leav ing Cairo at $ n. m. and 7 P m- on above date. The 8 a. in'. Special will consist of coaches and dining car. The night Special leaving at 7 p. m., coaches and Bleepers. ' i Application for Sleeping Car Berths should be made not later than August 18th. Mai 11 ii ii 1 1 ir t1afa will Kn mrA rr all rAfrnUf tvotntt laatr. .vvm luangy v n in t'u ing Chicago to and including cent past wau train leaving p. m. and No. 9 at 9. p. m ) Uuder no circumstances wijl a longer limit be given on the return portion of these excur sion tickets. Further particulars of J. il. JONES, Ticket Agent, H Central Union Station, Cairo, 111. SB. Q. HATCH, (Jan. Pass. Agt., Chicago. . A. H HANSON, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Chicago. f VOll AHI-.lt AlWIM , 110, Cairo Bulletin Grand Automobile Contest. GOOD FOR 1 0 Votes Clipped J.ily rum Vapar or Will Hot B. Every woman's heart thrilla at the cooine and prattling of a baby, and motherhood it her highest and purest joy. Yet the suffering incident to this great consummation of her life's desire, robs the antirina. npffiiini(fl ance will be rendered more disagree able by reason of the fact that 11 will be preceded by v moderately warm weather sd that the drop in tempera ture will be more severely felt. As the result f the change there w'.'.l be almost continuous showers .a the southwestern state during th last of the week. Temperatures slightly below normal will rule throughout the country and there will be light frosts in the extreme north west. TRIED TO WRECK TRAIN Three Attempts Made at Different ' Timet Between Chicago and ' Milwaukee Culprit Caught, Chicago,-' Aug.' 21. With the arrest of Patrick Xanneta, at Waukegan, 111., It became known tonight that three attempts were made last week to wreck trains on the Chicago and Northwestern between here and Mil waukee. Xanetta waa arrested by railroad detectives as he was placing ties on the track near Waukegan, half an hour before a fast train was due from. Milwaukee. The first attempt to wreck the traio was discovered Tuesday night when an employe found a pile ot tlos and scrap Iron on , the track before the train was -due. , v Friday night another pile of tie waa found on the track in a lonety spot. , " ' y, RACE HORSES DIE IN FIRE. Lancaster, O., Aug. 21. For the second time within a year fire tonight destroyed a portion of the stables on the Valrfleld county, fair grounds and three race horses lost their live. The horses wer the ; property of C M. Rolle, superintendent of the Lancas ter gas works in this city. The Cairo Bulletin oaa been Cairo' leading paper for afar forty yearn. vu, nil i t t v uiiui aval- w Wednesday, August 31st, (ex- g t-tncnco :w a. m.. sso. a at t ( 5 8 District No. tie same in bundles of 1 0 ' Aoptil.