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THE CAIRO BULLETIN TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1910.
a SOCIAL AND :';.",:' , . f-Slumber Party. Miss Catherine Cualuiian enter tained with a six o'clock dinner anl slumber party last night at her home on St. Mary'a Place West. A most delightful time was spent by all in vited, who'were: Wias Ruth Busby, cf Chicafirfi Miss Rut Waller, of Louisvtlle: Misses Winf red Cox. rhyllis ' Smith, Lynette Greaney Mary Louise Gallgher, Allre Hast ings; taura Clendenen, Katie Gil hofer, Birdie Mae Mathews and Cath erlno Cushman. Card Party. Mieses Myrtle Teiehman and Lor tttn Ftticerald' entertained inform-; ally yesterday afternoon at the Coun try Club with a "500" party in honor of Mrs. Richard Renfro, of Memphis. The prize was won V by Miss Leila Hastings' and Mr.' Richard Renfro re ceived tm'r guest " prize. After the round of 'gaiaW, refreshments were, served. " Those present were: - Mrs. Richafd Renfro, Mrs. H. O. Farrow, Mrs. Byron Herbert, Mrs. Phillips Redman; Mrs. Leon Denison, Misses Marie Halley, (Florence CareTT Berta Smith; Leila" Hastings; Idaho Suther land and Nell Lind. " , Hay Ride. " A delightful "hay 'ride' was given Saturday niglit 1n honor - of John Walsh and- Ransom Grayhain, of St. I.oi3. After a- ride to Mound City and a. round-of the picture shows and Jce creani parlors the party returned to telro. ' The party was chaperoned , by Mr. . and - Mrs. " Frank ' Fitzgerald. Those ? in the - fir V i wsre: Misses . Stella Shields, Mabel Langan, Eulalia Uentiey,. Helen hiu. arne rarns, Helen Miller, of Mound City, Roberta Roberts Messrs. Harry Pante, George Stesftr,; . Ransom Grayham, John Walsh, Raymond FranMin, Stafford Jaclson, Jolia FiUgeraid. Jr., and Fred Hibbard. ' Litherland-Hammett. i The many friends of Misi Mae Ltthejland will be somewhat sur prised to learn of Tier . marriage to Mr. Vm. Hammett of this city. The wedding occurred at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. TCrainf at Mounds, on Aug., 20. The ceremony was per formed by.Rev. Runnalls of the Con gregational church of Mounds. Only the Immediate family were present. Mrs. Hammett has long been one of the popular Home telephone opera tors. She has for several years made her home with her sister, Mrs. Robt. Ent, in this city, and is a popular young lady. Mr. Hammett Is In the employ of the Huntington St. Louis Towboat Company, now stationed at Twentyelghth street, under Captain Faudfee." Their many friends are wishing them much happiness in their journey through life. . PERSONAL MENTION. .?''.! ' """""" J. W Wenger spent the day yester day J,ii Missouri on business. H. H.is Hallklay returned last nlgdt from a business trip' to Chicago. Miss Grace Sells has returned from week's visit in Dlxotf 'Springs. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Florence will leave today for a vis:: rif Chicago. . Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Miller leave today for a few days-( visit in Chi cago. Miss 'VV'infred Cox leaves " today for a visit of several days In St. I -outs. Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Barclay left last night for a-few days' visit In St. Louis. Mrs. Llppltt and son Fletcher win go to Chicago today to visit Mrs. C. A. Brooks. Mrs. Anna Barth, of 418 Eighth street, leaves this morning for a visit In Chicago. v" . ' Mrs. Jphn Bird, of Charleston... Mo, "was In the city yesterday on Tier way 10 hi, uouis. , Ralph' Barter returned yesterday from a visit with relatives in Mt Vernon, Ind. Miss Charlotte Wiggins; of Anna, is the guest of Miss Dimple Hacker! ot Fifth street. ." Miss Sue Batterton has returned from a month's visit In Canada art I other places north. v Henry WiSlenkopf left yc-steid.iy for: a 'visit In EvansvIUe, Ind.. and Cincinnati, Oh'o. '. Miss lola E. Jon?J t saves today for . a visit of several (lays In Chicago nnd Miciilgan reorta. Mt. an if Mrs. W. B. Huette and son Carl Meyer Huette, leave this morn ing for 4uvi6lt irt St. Louis.! . .1 IS) .',! . ". --. . "-' . if Mr. an.l Mis. 1 i Nusent wit leave 'todav for, a visit In ' Chicatto till other ;uint nt'di. Miss Loecille Pldifey returned yes tordny from visit with Miss Ruth Dupolst&r', ' du-' Jackson, Tenn. Anton Relf left Sunday for CharUs- 13 VERSONAL I ton, Mo., wheye he will acrejit a posi- lion with the Sanders Baker)-. Hugli Murphy went to St. Louis this morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ''Reed win ltave today for Cnicago to visit friends for a week. Misses Norma and Ruth Pettis go to Chicago today to visit their sister, Mrs. Russell. Miss Blonnie Hale, of Card well. Ma s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Gooding, of Washington avenue. Mr. Forrest, T. P. A. of the M. and O. railroad, is in the city looking after the excursion to St. Louis today. Staats Halliday," who has. been ill at the home of his brother, Parker Halliday, is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. C? C. Terrell and son Clinton wi'l return tomorrow from a visit at Lake Cora, Mich. , 'X' W. H. . Sutherland returned yester day ffrom a visit with his daughter, Miss Edith Sutherland, In Ashville, N."'C. -; Mrs. J. E. Hodges and Miss Blanche Baker left this morning for St. Louis, Mo., where they will visit Mrs. N. O. Greer. ' . . ' Miss Bethel Jackson has re turned from Paducah, where she vis ited friends antl relatives for a 'month Mrs. George Brankle left this morn ing to join Mr. Brankle at Helena, Ark., where they wil'l make their fu ture home.. Miss Anna Krenahaw, of Charles ton, Mo., is the guest or aer sister, Mrs. Harris Wearen of Upper Wasn tngton avenue. Mrs. Chas Phillip! and daughter, Baber left this .morning for St. Louis, Chicago, South Bend, Ind., and other northern points. Miss Flora Milligan who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Sprecher, of the Halliday, has returned to her home in Denver, Colo. Miss Annie Sandler, who has been the guest' of her brother, N. Sandler and family for several months, leaves today for her homo in Chicago. Wallace Hudson, of Bai dwell, Ky., it at the HnlUd.iy, Jinvin,; taken Jleu- ry Biedenkopf's pl.t.v" while the lat ter is away a his vaci:ion. Lonnie Bondurant, Harry Schuh, Chester Alba. Georse Koehler and Tenny Goldsmith will be among the excursionists to Chicago today. ' Misses Cora and Alice Decker hav? returned from a two week's vacation to New York City, . Canada, Niagara Falls and other interesting points. J. T.' Flack, who is to succeed W. M. Hunt as manager of the Rhoados- Burford Home Furnishing Co., arriv ed In tlie city yesterday to take charge. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Preston, of tre Weekly County Democrat, of Dies Jen. Tenn., .are. the. guests of., their daughter, Mrs. B. S, Richardson, of 221 Twentieth street. Mrs. Al. S. McGrtider, who has been with her parents at Memphis, Tenn for several months, has jorned her iiisband a' South i'latte, Colo., who is there on account of his health. Mrs. E. F. Dreezs, of Murphys boro, and Mrs. W. H. Collins, of this city, came down frfom Mt. Carniel yesterday. They were guests of the former's mother while in Mt. Carmel. Mr. and Mrs. Morten Brown and daughters, Misses Mary and Annie Brown . of Charleston, were guests of Mrs. C. P. Wenger yesterday on their way to Chicago for a few deys' visit. Misses Mary Butler and Catherine Wing will go to iCobden Thursday to attend a house party. From there they will go to Alto Pass, where they will be guests at another house party. Miss Mabel Engler, who fainted a.nd fell from a chair, while at work writing, did not fracture her arm hut bruised it up considerably an will be away from the office for week. Samuel Gould, wife an I son le.iv this morning for Chicago. Mr. Gould will go from there to New York City. Cleveland and other points In the east io buy goods. They -will re turn about September 13. Misses Leila and Allee TlanHngs will leave today for-a, few days' visit FOR RENT iff r Jn!v 1st. SlortrOOmil Opera POUSCB'Ofk. ... tm.S. t ...- M I liats siwicivuiil ill llic ill J. Inquire ol First Bank and Trust Csi AjeOlS. , ' In Chicago. ., They will meet Miss Maud Hastings in Chicago ami she will return home with them. Misa Hastings has spent Europe., the sumnier in Colonel Frank L. Harris, of St. Louis, general agent of the passenger department of the M. & O. railroad. is in the city looking after the ex- curslon. to Su Louis today, over tne M. & O. Mr. an.l Mrs. Harris and children, Mr. and Mre. Lair, Mrs. A. Prultt, Dr. and Mrs. Reed Misses Neva Rowe. Maude (laity,. Lizzie Rowe Messrs., Everett Putnam, Silas Thorp, James A. Panforth, all ot Charleston, Mo., were in "the city yesterday and left this morning on the excursion to Chicago. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Married at Court'House. Alexander Franklin Hamilton ami Miss Anna Talbert, both of Bard well, Ky., were married -'yester lay afternoon in the County Clerk's off ice by Judge William S. Dewey. Leasing Play Houses. W. T. Desimonl titio has recently leased the Murphysboro opera house, is endeavoring to close with the play houses at Cart'andale, Marion and Du Quoin. He left . yesterday to make the circuit. ; Fourth Street Cleaned. The people who live - on Fourth street were much . pleased to see Martin A. Don oh it e and his force cleaning, up Fourth street. It is said hat this is Le first real cleaning t.ie street has had for the past four years. Killed By Freight Train. Sam Dodd, a young man living about two miles nor'h of Barlow. Ky., was run over and killed hist evenin? by an I. C. train on the Paducali line. The accident occured about G:4i, near the man's home. The train was an extra freight numler 844, carrying a string of loaded coal cars. OsawatomiePark to be Osawntomie. Kan., Arg. 22. The famous battleground of John Drown will be dedicated as a park by Coluil ?1 Ucrsevelt on August 31, and at tho sa: le time the monument erected i win rtS 'p K Wii'tv - hf?j fed I'm ( , V: i ) ?SZ'-rZZ' U jJl I'mn Must Have Lights. i Miss Edith Weber, pianist. The law retiring ail automobiles Miss Margie Weber, vice grand, and bievdes to carry li&Vs at aighU Annie Schoemaker, and Mrs. Crab will be enforced hereaft r. The po- r, right and left supporters to no llce ar" notifying those who have ,,,(' Ei'and. been disregarding the law in order to Rive them a dianre. Opening Another Store, to register in their respective pre cal store of the National Woolen Mills has been establishing a series of stores in various parts of the mid dle west. He is now opening a new store at Se-Jalia, Mo. In New Business. C. C. Belrd, foreman at the Com- ..... .. . ..U.. .R v -"- cure,! hlm ot IJvw njl(1 KWney suf. gaeed In a new business as a 6ide',,. ,, , , ....ln line. He Is operating the Cairo Ply mouth Hock squab pens at 2901! Park avenue. He Is breeder of Homer Pidgeons ns well a Partridge, Co chin chickens. 'He has been very successful lately In raising squabs for the tables of Citizens and the hotels. Paving Twelfth Street. The work of . excavation prepa -n-lory to the paving with brick of t: e block on Twelfth street -from Poplar street to "Washington aviiiuo, was begun yesterday. The. work Is being done by private contra t at a much less rate than that usually paid un der rourhcl with the city, ptirly be cause of the cost of assessment Is saved an.l tl.o work la paid for In rash instead of bonds. U.S.RECR0ITIN6 STATION FlUl To Be Reopened in Cairo Sergeant Joseph Kresky Has Come from Faducah to Take Charge. Sergeant Joseph Kresky, who is knmvn by many ,,P01,!e nei.e alu( wl,0 uas been in ciiarge of the recruiting station for the army at Paducah for more than a year, has returned to Cai ro, and re-established a recruiting station here. He was in charge here beforit going to Padrcah. Sergeant K risky kept this station at the nead of -the district la point of number of rec nil ts enlisted, while he was sta tioned here b?f;:e and he hopes to again secure the largest number each month, thereby continuing iii.s excel lent record. ", The military authorities reeogn'z? in Cairo a good point from wi:ich to drew men for the army, and have for several years taken advantage of t'nl fact. At times ti;e statinus are abol ished, but they never fail to come "back. Mr. Kresky made many friends? during his previous stay here, who he pleased to see him again. The recruiting office will be. at the Planters Hotel, as formerly. ODD FELLOWS INSTITUTE Cairo Rebekas Go To Mound Ciy To Officiate at Ceremony Had Fine Entertainment. Alma llebekah Degree staff wenl to Mound -City last evening to per form the ceremony of initiation upon several candidates for Mound Cif lodge. After the worlt was finished the visitors Mere entertair.cd with re frehment. Tho Cairo pilrty returned lreshment. The Cairo party returned Mrs. We-don, who is captain o! he sfaff, was luiabie to attend and Mrs. Annie Sc'aoemaker a ted as 'captain. Mrs. Schurze, Mrs. Falemer am Mrs. Schaaf attendel the affair am the following staff members: Miss Maggie Hill, noble grand. D Reeled by Roosevel ImR"Own "'-Sf3i I 1 to Brown's memory will be In its new position facing the road as it is now surveyed. The park consists of about twenty-two acres and was purchased and presented to the city by the wo men of several societies. -.mis. t,iompson and .Miss Minnw r.euencK, ngni ami leri suiporier? to vice grand. Mrs. Laura Geisenliof, chaplain. Mrs. I .v In Carey, pasf noble grand. Vies; Louise Steuer, conductor. Mirn Annie Vincent, warden. Mrs. Arvin, outside guardian. Mrs. Albertus, inside guardian. Struck a Rich Mine. S. V. Pcndsi of Coal City, Ala., says he struck a perfect mine of health In Dr. King's New Life Pills for they ferlng after 12 years of suffering They are the best pills on earth foi Constipation, Malaria, Headache Dys pepsia, Debility, 25c at r.U druggists, ANNOUNCEMENT, THE CAIRO ELECTRIC A TRAC TION COMPANY HAVE ARRANGED WITH HERMAN SCHUH DRUC IGSST, EIGHTH AVENUE ANt WASHINGTON AVENUE FOR THE SALE OF HALF AND FULL FARE FOB RENT-Utrr July 1st, storeroom in Opera Bouse Block. finest storero rot in the city. Inquire ol lira Bank ana Trust Co., Agents. i i&jif J Utaioioe Gladness comes with a better under standing cf the transient nature of the many physical ilia which vanish be fore v. op cr efforts genllo efforts pleasatit efforts rightly directed and assisted by the pleasant laxative rem edy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact that it is the onn remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it nets. To get its beneficial effects al ways buy the genuine.- manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. , t TRIPS AND FOR $100 BOOKS. TICKETS NOW ON SUE. Standing of the Rifle Teams Compet ing at the Camp Perry Shoot ing Tournament. Camp Perry, Aug. 22. The United States infantry rifle team, which took the lead this morning on the flrsi i2ii yard) stage of th.i .national natch, increased It :-;ree potnts this afternoon on the six hundred vnrd targets. It has scored lfilf. The first ten teams' scores are as follows: Team 200 Yds. GOO Yds. Total I. S. Inf. . I'. S. Cav. U. S. N. .. Mass r. S. N. A. P'95 lOSt) 107K M78 1077 1077 107 1 1019 l'.M'S 1 01)7 ..515 ..520 . .o2T .,f,li . .50(1 . .."20 ..513 ..511 ..512 502 553 551 :(,?, 5ttl 551 550 557 N. G 111. -.- Colo Penn D. C Life On Panama Canal. has had one frightful drawback-malaria trouble-that has brought suffrlns and death to thousands. The germs cause chills, fever and ague, bilious ness, jaundice, lassitude, wenrknes? and general debflty. I$ut Klectric git ters never fall to destroy them and ?u ro malaria troubles. "Three bot ties completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria," writes Wri. V. Fretwell, of Lucama, X. C, "and I've had froo.l lnvi'ih ovor since," Cure Stomach, Liver and Kidney trn-j-!es, and pi event Typhoid. 50c. Gu aranteed by all druggists. MORE CENSUS FIGURES. Washington, Aug. "p. The iotiu !ation of Wallace, Idaho, which has been devastated by forest fires, was 5.0U0, compared with 2,2(!."i in lftt.O. The population of Toledo. Ohio, is 1C8.-497, an increase of O.CT.j. 9 WHOLE DAYS IN ST. LOUIS Cairo to St. Louis and Return MOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD TUESDAY AUGUST 23, 1910 AMUSEMENTS: National League Baseball Games: Cardinals vs. New York, lotion and Brooklyn. elmar Garden: Oelmar Opera Co., Vaudeville. Forest Park Highlands: The Big Place en Ilia Hill. Everything new. Tickets will be sold for Special Train leaving Cairo 12:39 P. M. and for regu lar trains leaving Cairo 1:45 A. M. and 2:10 P. M., August 23rd, and will be good for return on "any regular train leaving St. Louis up to and including Wednesday, August 31st. J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent, CENTRAL UNION STATION CAIRO, ILL. BULLARD "WE SIGN MAN" House and Sign Painting, 'Taper Hanging and Deco rating. Window Cards, Electric Signs 509 Commercial Ave. VIA O Black Screen Wire per square foot..I'IT..1.i.2.-l 3-4c Galvanized White Wire'per square foot. 3c '-.'..' Pronze Screen Wire per square foot... 8c SI erwin-Williams strictly pure Paint, per Gallon. 75 C Liquid Veneer 2S and 50 cents per boltlo. ! KELLY BROS. LUMBER CO. S ' - . , -':- ' : 5 Alexander Counly National Bank Capita! $100,085. Sarplas $100,008 Alexander County Savings Bank ICip!lal.$50,908 Snrplas S50.000J Combined Capital and Surplus $300,000 OFFICERS E. A. BUDEK. Pre.ideat. CHARLES FEUCHTEB. VlcPr.ldnt C. O. FATIER, Vice-President ). H OALLIOAN, CLler. . FRANK SPENCEB, Ass'l Caahlar 'DIRECTORS ! E. A. Baaet Thos. Boyd Charles Faachter ). H. Uallldaa Wm. Rlnrfe D. S. Lanadaa C. V. Natl. Oeorifa Parsona C. O. Pallet N. B. Thlstlewoou. r Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Pronip! aXeotloo (a all banking Matters estrnstei (a as. WWITC TO tot a sample o! the latest Paris crate. ED. PINAUD'S Lilac Vegetal. An exoulslte. aristocratic extract, wonderfully sweet and lasting. Send 4c. in stamps (to ray oost ape and packme . Laree bottle retails for 75C...6 ounces of the finest of perfumes. Ask your dealer. Write our American Offices today for sample, enclose 40. Farfumerle ED. FINAUD, dept. m ED. PINAUD BLOC, N. Y. tlAllttttSXlt?tttllf.llfttt..Mtttttltltf.t?f ttl LWOOffS FEVER PIU.S.ff a a 4 4 4 iJ 4V4 i i V J- m aaasM aaaM U5aL THIS DLAnl r WHILE IT IS NOT AUSOLU I'EI.Y XKCR-SMtV THAT ONH OV THKSR BLANKS HE SUNT INIOR KACII OANDil) ATF, WHO DESIRES TO COMPETE. IT WOULD FACILITATE MATTERS IF EACH CANDIDATE WOULD DO SO. I horoliy nominate (Mr., M 8. of. Dint. Jso CAIRO BULLETIN GRAND Nominated liy Address This blank r.ounls for 1000 votes. Only ono niieh blank will bo at'cppled for each candidate nominated. 4 NOl'E- Under no c irt unmt wet, v, ill the name of t he party mnkii:g the nomination be divulged. I'leaue do not Uhk ns to do no. OOOOOOOOOOOG O O OOOOOOOOG ill to H VI KWm S3 JSl .K3 W-.-U W V ( ' io most k tit WdhKontj In The fopricht Iskw, br C. Capital $250,Cflfl.OO ALIKE. anaamuHHaai - PAV TO U: Cii! a Cestar) Wood's Fever Thh hare been known as the only sure eurs for l l ill nd roTnr and all Bilious and Malarial dlsrasta. As Blood Purifier and In building up ft ran down istm they have no equal For Sale ly all Leral Brctghh a -4 4 4 .4 4 lull tUMt a . a. aaaaa, a m a m afi o o o o o o o o o o o o or Minn). as a ramlidate in the A U TOM O B I LE.( 'ON TEST. ',' I Vi I v" 4. ii a w fin .-' ifr-e'.V 12 i r H U) S'-Tli.-jiw-v II C. Zimmermin C0.--N0. 21 OFFICERS J. H.' A ISTHOKPK PrnolJeut, II. 8. CAN DEB, Vlce-ProKtyient . W. II. WOOD, Vloo-Presldent. W. P. HALLIDAY, Vlce-F resident. II. R.AIHTH'JUPK, CaiMw. I DIRECTORS! J. p.:aisthori k; H. 8. CANDEK THOS. P. COTIEKJ &.1 B&EI) OKEEN f H. E, HALLIDAY 1 W P.HALL1DAYJ 3 PET BR BAUP " PAUL O. Bl IUJII b t ("a x iff r Ait WE TII03. J. f MYTH ' W. 11. WOOD SIZJA I-