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T32 CAIRO BULLETIN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1910.
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS MOUND CITY. ' August 21. 1910. L. A. Pace of Holloway, Ky was in the city on business Saturday. Mrs. Martha Curry and Mrs. N. A. Muraford of Pulaski, were shop ping here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Litter ol Mounds left Saturday for Niagara Falls, where they will spend a few weekc. Miss Ruth Sheerer relumed home this week from a visit with Miss Clyde Elsie In Cairo. Messrs. Floyd and Willie Britton of Mounds, visited relatives here Satur day. . !- Mrs. Warder Han's and little daughter, Deloros, of Mounds, were in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Devore on 4th St. Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Parker of Valley Re cluse, was shopping here Saturday. Mrs. Jean Gatton of Mounds was in the city Saturday on a shopping tour. , Misses Lena Stern and Acsa Nes bit ! were Cairo shoppers Saturday evenin. Dr. and Mrs. Hall Whlteaker and J. P Nesbit went to Pulaski Satur day, the two gentlemen, politically, and Mrs. Whiieaker to visit, rela tives. y , Mrs. Hugh Mason and Mis. Harry Poor, also the little Misses Helen Poor and Hazel Mason left Saturday for a visit with relatives in Dongola. Mrs. G. F. Bostlc of Mounds, passed through the city Saturday en route to Paducah where she will visit rela tives. Misses May Deason and Lizzie Crain of Cartervlllo, wtio are the guests of Miss Ida Johnson, spent Sat unlay with a friend i Cairo. Mrs. Fannie Schuler of Mounds was the guest of , Mrs. L. C. Perks Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Reld returned home ; Saturday from a two weeks visit with relatives at Metropolis and Paducah. ; i Misses Oma and Meta Sheerer were among the Cairo visitors Saturday Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Brien left this week for Mt. Vernon and Parker City where they will spend a week with relatives. From there they will go to St. Louis where they will spend a month during which time Mm O' Brien will undergo a operation. H. Wesenbeig of Valley Recluse, was in the city Saturday on business. ' Andrew Cunningham Is on the sick list thl3-week,' ? spent Sunday with reratives in the city. George Mertz and little grand daughter, Mary Wehrenberg returned home Sunr'ay from a visit with Mr. a nil Mrs. Ral-t. Newhouse in Fulton, Ky. .Mrs. Maude Boucher and daughter Miss Feme, of Cairo, were the guests of relatives -in the city Sunday. Among the Cairo visitors Sunday afternoon were Geo. E. Martin, R. E. Martin, R. C. Magill, Warner Wall, G. "1. Arey and A. C. Baukson. Mrs. Frank Haudley and Miss Irma tJetts will leave Tuesday for a ten leys visit wilt relatives in Chicago ind Waukeegan, Miss Mary Cumings, of Cairo, spent Sunduy evening win 'Mr. and Mrs. '.'has. Curren. Harry McCartney, of Greenwood 'nd., is in the city on business with he Polk Pressing Co., this week. Eddie Armstrong was in Cairo Sun ay afternoon. Ir. Oo. B. Howard deturned home ;;nday from a business trip to St. i.otiis. Mr. and Mrs. ,Tno. M. MeCtine, of Fourth street had as their guests Sun 'ay, Messrs, and Mesdames Ed Kel y at I Chas. Bethel, of Cairo and r. Claude Weldy of Villa' Ridge. JONESBOPO, ILL. MOCNID CITY. August 22, 1910. Mrs. Jas. Rainter and children, Pearl, Vivian and Marvin Ware will leave Tuesday for Campaign, where tiier will visit relatives. They had as their guest Sunday the former's brother, George Knowlton. of Mounds. Mrs. C. E. Rlchey and little "daugh ter, Averil and Miss Hattie n. Haw ley spent Sunday afternoon in Cairo, the guests of friends and relatives. Miss Ruth Byrne was a Cairo vis itor Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Smith, of Cairo. Aug. 21, 1910. Petitions for nominations for the various county offices In Union county were filed as follows: Democratic Sheriff, George Hug gins, James D. R. Brown; county judge, Monroe C. Crawford, David W. Karraker; county clerk, iC'has. Kim mel; assessor and treasurer. Thos. Ury, John Northern, Arthur Slmmer mari and George Berringer. Republican Sheriff, Hendra Brown county clerk, Riley M. Damron. . J. C. Lewis of Alto Pass, was trans acting busiuess In Jonesboro and An na the first part of the week. U. H. Slack,' rural mail carrier, .who has been very sick for quite a I while is slowly improving and his many friends hope for his speedy re covery. - I Mrs, W. A. Kelly, who became sick while i. Mound City attending the I teachers institute, is now much bet ter and expects to be fully recovered soon. The Union county teachers' insti tute will convene In Jonesboro Sept, "-9. Supt. W. O. Brown lias secured able .instructors and expects to make this the best institute ever held in I'nloa county. The Farmers' Educational and Co operaive Union of America held a , three days' session In Anna this week. lit was one of the most successful meetings ewij held by the associa tion. At conclusion of the meeting the following officers were elected for tiie ensuing year: President, O. H. Evans, Tamaroa; vice president, Frank Brown, Anna; secretary-treas- jurer, E. B. Hunter, Murphysboro; conductor, W. H. Whitenburg, Vienna chaplain J. F. Hile, Buncomb; door keeper, S. H. , Yates, Wiliard. VALUABLE tQUIPMEN I Attachment! For Rendering Fire Fighting Opporting Now Effec tive In Its Work.. T. A. Anderson, a manufacurer o; Firemen's equipments. Is in tite city from Kansas City. Many of ffls articles were invented and patented by himself. He was demonstratinst yesterday to the firemen In Station No. 1 the advantages and utility of some of his Inventions particularly a nozzle that will convert a straight stream to any desired spray. He demonstrated a nozzle that wouldn't "kick" with even a hundred or mo e pounds pressure at the water works. This nozzle can be placed on top of a bottle and will throw a steady stream without moving in the least from the 'bottle. He has a patent home coupler, no threads, but clutch es. Mr. Anderson vill see Mayor Parsons and members of the Police, Jail, and Fire committee about placing of some of his attachments in the stations. He came down this way to consult with the authorities at Mound City and Mounds. AUTOMOBILISTS ATTENTION The Cairo Motor Car Co., beg to innounce that they have secured the servlcrs of William Cuddy, an expert automobile mechanic, who came di rect from the factory, and will have charge of the (repairing department. Mr. Cuddy is a man of large exper ience in the auto line, and has been connected with the largest automobile factory in the country tac B'.:i.:k. He will personally supervise all re pair work and we guarantee to do your work right. Cairo Motor Car Co. Home Phone 440 W. Bell 822. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. Council Chamber, Cairo, Illinois, Au gust 9, 1910. Three . doses of 23 Chill Remedy cures chll's. . (Second Regular Meeting.) Present: Aldermen Burke, Fai- dree, Greaney, Kelly, Koehler. Mc- Daniel, Magner, Neff, Scullln, Walsh and Williams. Absent: Hon. George Parsons, may or, and Aldermen Cannon and NellN. In the absence of the mayor the meetlnn was called to order oy the city clerk who called for nomlna- A delicious, nniiricriincr m1 ftr R rnt I nn i Vl - II v I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 W II J l L a- I hot milk will up- mj cut uro iumiui - needed for a half I I J diT i wnrk it cott of .Few cents. Your tracer tells it. t ALWAYS HEAT IN THE OVEN TO RESTORE CRISPNESS and serve with hot milk or cream, or with sliced bananas. ybaked applasorthertruitc. tions foi mayor pro tem. Alderman Neff placed in nomina tion Alderman Greaney for mayor pro tem. The motion was put aud carried unanimously. Alderman Greaney took the chair. Minute. Alderman Magner moved the min utes of last meeting be approved without reading. The motion was adopted unanimously. Reports of Committees. The street , committee reported recommending that there be built at once on the city's lots in block 40, a two story barn 30x40, fitted with suit able feed bins, stalls, etc. Alderman Williams moved the re port be received and recommenda tion concurred in. The motion was adopted b" the following vote; Aye- Burke, Faudree, Ferguson, Greaney, Kelly, Koehler, McDanlel, Magner, Neff, Scullln, Walsh and Williams 12. Nay None.: Alderman Neff moved the matter be referred to the building commit tee to secure plans and, if estimates exceeds two hundred dollars, to ad vertise for bids for construction of barn. Alderman Walsh moved to amend to refer ,to the building committee, the chairman of the street commit tee and chairman of police, jail and fire committee to secure plans and report to the council. The amend ment of Alderman Walsh was adopt ed. The finance committee reported recommending the approval of the bonds of the Cairo City Qas Company for opening streets at following lo cations, viz: Intersection of 28th street and Park avenue; intersection of 28th street and Sycamore street; north side of 32nd street near inter section ' of Poplar street; Inside of curb on north side of 28th street from Park Place West to Holbrook avenue, also to open 28th street from the north side of the street to the south side of the street at Holbrook avenue; north side of Twenty-fifth street a Park avenue; northwest corner of intersection of 2uth street and Washington avenue;, intersection of 28th street and Poplar street. Alderman Magner moved the re ports be received and bonds approved as recommended. The motion was adopted unanimously. The street committee reported fur ther recommending . that, permits bo granted the Cairo City Gas Company to make the openings mentioned In the bonds described above. Alderman Koehler moved the re ports be received and permits grant ed as recommended. The motion was adopted unanimously. The street committee reported fur ther recommending . the adoption , of the resolution granting the right, permission and authority to the Cairo & St Louis Railway Company,- its successors and assigns, to construct, use and maintain a v&triHed tl'e pipe sewer i0 Inches in diameter, in Thir ty-eighth street, a little north of the (enter line thereof from the west line of Poplar street, near the proper ty of said Cairo & St. Louis Railway Company north of said Thirty-eighth street, to the intersection of said street with Commercial avenue and thence across said avenue to the main sewer now therein with which main sewer the sewer hereby author ized shall connect, said sewer to be constructed under the supervision and to the satisfaction of the city engineer. Alderman Neff moved the ' resolu tion be amended by adding the fol lowing:' "Provided, that this grant shall not be so construed as releasing said company's property from the payment of any just special assess ment or special taxation that may arise hereafter, in consequence of the city council providing, by ordi nance for the improvement of said street by the construction of a suit able sewer through same." The amendment of Alderman Neff was adopted. Alderman Koehler moved the adoption of the resolution as amend ed. The motion was adopted unan imously. The committee on claims and ac counts, together with their respec tive committees to whom they had been referred, reported recommend ing payment of the following: Miscellaneous Claims and Accounts M.O.Donohue, foreman street gang, July 1910 ..........$ 50.00 Patrick Egan, 15 days on sidewalks, July 1910...... 26.23 Ben Lytton, 25 days on side walks, July 1910 37.50 John Holland, 25 days on sts, July 1910 ., 37.50 John Higglns,, 25 days on streets, July 1910 37.50 Louis Christmas, 134 days on streets, July 1910...... 20.25 Henry Collier, 21 days on streets, July 1913 ........ 31.50 Steve Doane, 25 days on sts., July 1910 37.50 John Massey, 24 days on streets, July 1910 . .. .. 36.75 Tim Mahoney, 14 days on streets, July 1910 , .. 21.00 Mike Driscoll, 23 days on streets, July 1910 35.25 George Walker, 25 days on streetss, July 1910 37.50 Tom Henly, 20 days on sts., July 1910 30.00 Geo. RRoberts, 19 days on streets, July 1910 .. .. .. 29.25 James Long, 12 days on Bts., July 1910.,.. ... .. 18.00 Casper Stackert, 19 day on streets, July 1910 .... 29.25 Chaa. Neoly, 17 days on streets, July 1910 26.25 Chas. Quellmalz, 25 days on . streets, July 1910 47.60 Austin Lee, 25 days on sts.. July 1910.. .. ........ Julius Serbian, 22 days -on streets with team, July 10 D. F. McCarty, 23 days on streets with team, July '10 W. C. Hueckel, ass't engineer ' July 1910 A. Glauber, inspector, mo., July 1910 ..... Daniel McCarthy, inspector mo., July 1910 X. Martin, inspector mo., ..July 1910. John Barry, inspector l mo., July 1910 Chas. Scullin, clerk in eng.' office, July 1910, ' M. Lutz, feeding prisoners, July 1910 Mrs. Frank Keane, laundry fire dept., July 1910 W. H. Huff, carpenter work fire dept. July 1910 .... .. Ed. Koehler, removal of garbage, July 1910 Mrs. Leo. Kleb, rent of city offices, July 1910 Treasurer Children's Home aid in support of home, July 191.1 Angus Leek, legal services rendered, July 1910 Josephine Casey, assisting in clerks office, July 1910. .. . Miles Frederick Gilbert, rent city offices, July 1910 John Sheehan, stamps for mailing notices, July 1910 Hunter Bird, 15 per cent fines collected by Whit camp, July 1910 John Ogg, watching and haul ing grass from park, July 1910.. .. .. .. .. John Sheehan 20 per cent $241.00 collected in street tax and 83 dogs killed, July 1910 Josephine Casey, stamps, city offices July . . Fred Patrick,, repairing and upholstering chair, July '10 Mike Patrick 25 days on streets, July 1910 Fat Considlne, janitor, city offices, July 1910 .. ... .. dips. Lancaster, pipe streets, July 1910 ., Thist'.ewood & Co., feed, St. Dept., July 1910 J. B. Reed, supplies, streets, July 1910:'.. .. John B. Shea, 1 strap, Street Dep't., July 1910.. .. .... Maloney & Bucher, shoes for horses, sts., July 1910 .... Cairo Water Co., water used in Street washing, July '10 Fred , Hofhelns sharpening picks, sts., July I9i0 .... The Novaculite Paving Co., screenings. .sts, July -J91Q . Winter Bros., Ice, st. gang July ,1910. .. .. .......... Cairo El. & Tract. Co., gas el.( Hghts, sts., July 1910. Dr. McManus, prof, services, B. of H., July 1910 Dr. Dodds, prof, services, B. of H., July 1910 .. Dr. Hibbitts, prof services, B. Of H July 1910 Dr. Dlckerson, prof, services B. of H., July 1910 .. .... W. F. Taylor, prescriptions, B. of H. July 1910 ; Red Cross Drug Store, dis- fectanf. B. of H., July 1910 W. J. Cochran, medicine, B. of H. July 1910 Mrs. T. Gorman, groceries, B. of H July 1910.. J. E. Luby, transportation, B. of H July 1910.. .... J. H. Jones, transportation, B. of H., July 1910 .. .... Josephine Casey, stamps for Sheehan, July 1910 A. Anderson, mowing grass at park, July 1910 Woodward Hardware Co- supplies, city offices, July 1910 .. ...... ; First Bank ft Trust Co., for rent of safety deposit box for 1 year July 1910 M. C. Metzger, supplies, city offices, July 1910 .... P. T. Langan, lumber, etc., city offices, July 1910 .... Joseph B. Reed, key and pad lock, pound, July 1910.... John O'Shea, plumbing, coun cil chamber, July 1910.... R. M. Bush, hanging awning for city engineer, July 1910 Fred G. . Fahr, Printing Co., supplies, city offices, July 1910.... Schuh Drug Co., supplies city offices, July 1910 .... Halllday-Rittenhouse j. C. lamps, city offices, - July 1910 The Bulletin Co., pub. pro ceedings, ord etc., July 1910.... Home Tel. Co., rent of phone magistrate's office, July '10 The Citizen Co.. printing, offices, July 1910 Central Union Tel. Co., mess-.' ages, city offices, July '10 The Western Union Tel Co., messages, city offices, '10 The Postal Tel. Co., mess ages, city offices. July TO Peter Llnd, freight on fire supplies, July 1910 .. ", , ..y Burke's Livery feeding horse 26 days F. D., July 1910.. Cairo Lumber Co., supplies F. D., July 1910 .1. B. Reed, supplies, P. D., July 1910 Otto Schuh, supplies, V. D July 1910 Harry W. Schuh, supplies, F. D., July 1910.. .. .. .. ..' Herman Schuh, supplies, P. D., July 1910 .. , 37 78. 82. 75. 25. 25. 25 50 40. 201 6. 5 300. 15. 30. 200. 35! 23. 5. 26.10 34.35 131 5 2 37 30 3 20 2 2 20 5 .'43, 1 957 48 10 10 5 1 5 7. 16 5. 12, .30 .00 .25 .50 .00 .93 .83 .15 .25 .50 .90 .7fl .58 .50 01 00 00 00 00 00 10 55 60 60 22 00 50 4.85 25. 25. 7, 1. 8. 2. C. 2.40 1.70 1.35 1.16 .80 31 10.00 34.85 5.70 S.00 1C.25 1.00 D., July 1910 .... .. 13.92 Cairo El. & Tract. Co., gas ! - el. light, F. D.i July 1910.. 6.74 H. ,H. Halliday', lime, F. D., July 1910 2.20 New York Store Merc. Co., supplies. F. D., July 1910.. 1.20 Halliday-Rittenhouse supplies F. D., July 1910..... ..... 2.95 Woodward . Hardware Co., supplies F. D., July 1910 .. 9.96 Winter Bros., Ice, F. D., July 1910.. .... .......... 9.15 W. J. Buchanan, feed, P. D., July 1910 .. ., .. 55.39 Malouey ft Bucher, shoes, etc., F. D July 1910..... "9.00 Cairo Railway & Light Co., water heater and fixtures for new fire station, July 1910.. .. .. .. 88.20 Chas. F. Miller, clock, P. D., July 1910.. .. .. 6.50 Cairo Water CO., hydrant rental, F. D., July 1910 .., 802.50 Rhodes -uurford Furniture Co., supplies, F. D. July 1910.. 102.50 The Fair Furniture Co., sup plies, F. D.. July 1910 .... 20.90 James Meehan, supplies, F. D.. July 19190.. .-. 1.90 P. T. Langan, lumber, F. D., July 1910 ... .. .. 3.25 Chas. Lancaster, pipe, P. D., July 1910 .50 The Consolidated Hay & Grain Co., feed, F. D., July 1910.... .. 27.23 Missouri Tent & Awning Co., 1 doz. jail hammocks, July 1910.. . .. ...... 45.00 Wm, Oehler, shoes, etc., P. ' D., July 1910 57.75 Woodward Hardware Co., supplies, sts., July 1910... 2.10 Ernest Nordman, expense of trip to St. 1 L. to buy fire horses, July 1910 6.00 P..C. Scullln, expense of trip ' ' to S. L. to buy fire horses, July 1910 ,, .. .., 27.50 Frank C. Cannon, expense of trip to St. L. to buy fire horses, July 1910.. .. .... 27.50 Alderman Magner moved the bills be allowed as read and recommend- ed. The motion was adopted by the fol lowing vote: Aye Burke, Faudree, Ferguson, Greaney, Kelly, Koehler, McDanlel, Magner, Neff, Scullin, Walsh and Williams 12. Nay None. In the matter of the bill of Winter Brothers, $27.30 for 7,80.1 pounds of ice for police headquarters in July, 1910, the committee reported recom mending payment of tills bill on con dition that they furnish certificate of weights of Ice furnished. Alderman Neff moved the bill be recommitted to the committee for further investigation. The motion was adopted. The building committee reported recommending that permits be grant ed as follows: Rudolph Stecher Brewing Co., to erect barn 28x48, including barber shop and feed room, lots 2 and 3, block 1, Farrell's addition, 4003-4005 Sycamore. M. E. Feith, to erect a frame and stucco barn, lot 40, block 47, city, Eleventh street. Wilson Ricks, to erect an addition by raising roof and making another story to house now situated on lot 14, block 90, first addition, 619 . 21st street. Alderman Neff -moved the report be received and permits granted as recommended. The motion was adopted by the following vote: Aye Burke, Faudree, Ferguson, Greaney, Kelly, Koehler, McDanlel, Magner, Nefi, Scullin, Walsh and Willliams J2 . Nay None. The ordinance committee reported recommending the adoption of the or dinance changing the numbers of Fire Stations 1 ami 2. Alderman Magner moved the report be received and ordinance placed on second reading. The motion was adopted. The ordinance was then placed on second reading and read at length. Alderman Magner moved the adopt ion of the ordinance as read and recommended. The motion was adopted by the following vovte: Aye (? (?(? AREALTOinC o & BLOOD PUniFIED Any system that needs a tonic needs also a blood nnrlcr. for it is tin weakened and impurs condition of tha circulation that is rssponsibls for tn run down stats 01 neaatn. ws nave oniy to recognize tut importanct of purs, itch blood In preserving health, to realize tho danger of a weakened or Impurs circula tion. Deficient blood nutriment weakens the system, and it can not resist dissaaa like a strong robust constitution. First the body nu a worn-out feeling, ths ap petite is fickle, energy begins to flag, the digestion is bad, etc If the condition is not corrected at tnis stage more serious results are sure to follow, and some times a long debilitating spell of sickneis Is the result. 8. g. a. is Nature's tonic, made of roots, herbs and barks. It is not a nerve stimulant, but a medirine thab steadily builds up every portion of the system by elsansing and enriching the diooo, ana in uus way supplying an increased amount or nourishment and resistive powers to every portion of the body. 8. 8. 8. quiets the overstrained nerves, improves the appetite, tones up the stomach and digestion, and thoroughly enriches and purifiee the blood. S. 8. 8. is a real tonic because it is a reel blood purifier. 8. 8. 8. contains no harmful mineral and persons of all ages can oas it with the same beneficial results. Be sure to get 8. 8. 8. for your tonic this year do not accept anything in place of it: there is nothing else "Just as food" aa 8. 8. 8. Ton Will find it all that is claimed for it. THE BWUT SPECIFIC) CO, ATLANTA, OA, Burke, Faudree, Ferguson, Greaney, Kelly, Koehler, McDanlel, Magner Neff, Scullln, Walsh and Williams 12. Ney None, Alderman Burke moved that the ordinance committee ana the city's special attorney be requested to make a report of the Road District Ordi nance at a special meeting to be held on the 22nd day of August, 1910, at 8:00 o'clock p. m The motion was adopted. The pump and water supply com mittee reported recommending that the bid of P. r. Marable for painting pumping house, breechlngs and stacks at both pumping stations for the sum of $200,00 be accepted and he awarded the contract. Alderman Magner moved the re port be received and recommenda tions concurred In and the mayor and city clerk enter Into contract The motion was adopted by the following vote: Aye Burke, Faudree, Fergus on, Greaney, Kelly, Koehler, Mc lel, Wagner, Neff, Scuilln, Walsh anJ Williams 12. Ney None. , Miscellaneous iBuSineBe. Alderman Magner stated that the mayor had requested him to an nounce to , the council that he had suspended police con stable, M. J. Kennedy, tmt, upon .Investigation, hail found that Mr. .Kennedy had left the city ignorant of J the fact that he should have remain (Pd to appear against certain parties arrested by him, having already made arrangements tot leave the city, he had arranged with another officer to appear against, the prisoners. Alderman Magner moved the chief be Instructed to put Mr. Kennedy on duty again In the morning. The mo tion was adopted unanimously. Petitions. Building petitions were read as fol lows:' . . .... ... . , . : , M. E. Owrey, to rarse and repair residence on lot 12 and 13, block 31, city, 215 Fourteenth street Willie Elliott, tp erect two rooms 12x12 in addition to ber house on lot 16, block 85, first addition, Eigh teenth street. BULLA RD "1HE SIGN MAN" House and Sign Painting, Paper Hanging and Deco rating. WindoH Signs . Electric Signs 509 Commercial Ave, G. W. Buchanan, to remove the one and one half story frame house now on lot 31, block 79,. first addition, to lot 16, same block. Alderrnn Faudree moved the peti tions be refered to the building com mittee and a recess of five minutes taken to give the committee time to consider and report. The motion was adopted unanimously. . After recess the building commit tee reported recommending that per mits be granted tor the above men tioned petitions. f . Alderman Williams moved the re port be received tnd permits grsnted as" recommended. The motion wss adopted by the following vote: Aye Burke, Faudree, Ferguson, r Greaney, Kelly, Koehler, McDanlel, Magner, Nefi, Scullln, Walsh and Williams 1. Nay None. . ; ' ; ' Alderman Walsh introduced an or dinance , entitled "An Irdlnance Re quiring all Property Owners to Con- I nect their Property with Sewers," which ordinnee was read at length and, on motion of Alderman Magner, 'referred to the ordinance .committee.- J , Resolutions and Motions. I Alderman Kelly introduced the fol lowing resolution;', ; ' - ; , , - w - be and he Is hereby instructed to pre pare an ' ordinance for cemeflt side walk '"oil south side" of ,26th street, from Elm street to Sycamore street. On -motion of Alderman Kelly the resolution : was adopted. Alderman Kelly introduced the fol lowing resolution:'' . Resolved That an ordinance be pre pared for a cement sidewalk sii feet In width on both sides of Poplar street from 20th to 34th and that the engineer be instructed to advertise for bids for the construction of all cement walks ordered and not yet buL., .. . . : :;. . . .- On motion of Alderman Koehler the resolution was adopted. Alderman Magner moved to ad journ. The motion was adopted. The council then adjourned, ROBT. A. HATCHER. ; City Clerk. uttttitttttttxtttttttittitttt4tttrtt(xtixA.xrt $500 r FOR THE ROUND TRIP g GRAND EXCURSION VIA 1 , TO- Tuesday, Aug. 23,1910. g Tickets good for going passage only on Special Trains leav- J iug Cairo at & a. 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 sleepers. Application for Sleeping Gar Berths should be made not later than August 18th. Returning jtickets will be good on all ragular trains leav ing Chicago to aud including Wednesday, August 31st, (ex cept Fast Mail Train leaving Chicago 2:40 a. m., No. 3 at 7 p. m. and No. 9 at 9. p. m ) Under no circumstances will a longer Jimii ne given on ine return portion 01 tuese excur- je eiou tickets. Further particulars of 2 J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent, g Central Union Station, Cairo, 111. & 8 O. HATCH, Clon. Pass. Agt., Chicago. p A. II HANSON, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Chicago. C inminnmiiHuniimiutnitniiHnmmmi ... ! ''ggffggB!!?" VUI II AKTICK Al Ul hi SH. lIO. Cairo Bulletin Grand Automobile Contest. GOOD FOR s Candidate- District No, Candidates and their friends when sending in coupons may tie same in bftndles of l'JO . with the name on top coupon. ' . , ' ' ' I HvillM Clipped Ntalljr From fap.r r WM Nut H AawpUd. Schuh Drug Co., supplies, P.