Newspaper Page Text
TU DAIXO BULLI11H, ' THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1&10,
!QC7 3 d I iikfi ftileslmiM eai Ms Cirdily TODAY WILL BE YESTERDAY TO MORRO W IN THE BULLETIN BATTLE OF BAL LOTS. TE L L YOUK FWENDS THAT A SUB SCRIPTION NOW IS WORTH MORE THAN A BARREL OF CONSOLA TION AFTER THE CONTEST. & OfllH A 1"tQ " Read the, Following Offer then get in VCU IVJIIJCXICO Your Subscriptions Ere it is too late To every contestant in the Bulletin Automobile Contest who turnpin five new Six Month's Subscriptions to the Bulletin, accompanied by the t proper remittance the Contest Department will issue a special vote cer tificate calling for 10,000 votes, these votes in addition tc the 1000 votes issued on a six month's subscription. This offer is alon the lines of the offer which closed last night, the only difference being that the subscript' ions will be six months instead of one year and they muit be new. The offer will differ in this re spect-On the offer which closed last night there was a time limit of one week, while on the offer for six month's subscriptions there is no limit to get them into this office. The offer is liable to close at any time, it may close tonight, it may close tomorrow morning. However, notice will be given when the offer will come to a close, if tomorrow night, due notice will be given in the Bulletin of Thursday. The only thing you are sure of is that you have until tomorrow to get these subscriptions. The Bui' letin of tomorrow morning may contain the announcement that the offer will - close at noon Thursday, "v and it may close tomorrow night. Read Very Carefully NOW IS THE TIME YOU NEED THE VOTES TO jMAKE YOU A WINNER NOT NEXT SUMMER. THIS OFFER IS LIABLE TO CLOSE AT ANY TIME. GET YOUR SPECIAL ERE IT IS TOO LATk Address AU Communications to Contest Department, THE BULLETIN, Cairo III t; NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS g i- s immnnntnntntiiiminnniirntimmmHi MOUND. CITY. Sept. ,7. The receipts of .the. social given by the lilies Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church Monday night, were $38.00. ('apt. .las. Bart-lcson, of Olmsted, was in tho city on -'business Tuesday. Mis. Wm. Parker, of Valleyy Re cluse was shopping here Tuesday. Eugene Bryan returned Tuesday evening , from a bigness trip to glkeston. Mo. Rev. J. M. Whitely left Tuesday for Chanvpalifn where he, with other clergyman of the Episcopal church, will enter ft "IUtreat" until Satur day. Mrs. ('. A. Compton and .Mrs. A. L. Compton of this city and theirguest, Miss Iva Hnsdy, of JJelknap, wens Cairo- visitors Tuesday evening. Win. Mertz, who hast a position i't Ford ham, III., Bent Tuesday with his family in this city. Word was received Tuesday from Mrs. Carries 'Sconce, who left more than a week since to attend the funer al, of iier son, Claude ICrnest, at Oak land, C'al. Messages received prior to her departure did not explain the nature of Mr. S pence's death as did her letters Tuesday In which she stated that he wfes. crushed to dun in between' two car's while at work as a switchman, receiving injuries from ; ' . ; . whii'h he died thirty-fivo hours Infer, tiirf fatal accident occurred Saturday hioihlngyAug. 20th and in a fruitless effort to save his life, liis wife sub mitted to an'operaticn in which sue pave one-half her blood that it mignt le in jetted into his body. As a re sult of the deep incision made in tier arm the physicians fear that she may lose the use of that member of her body. Mrs. Spence of . this city ar rived in Oakland at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 3oi.li, and, the fvneral of iier son, who is well re membered by his many friends 'aeve, occurred at hisdiome Wednesday. His lenmins were interred iij the Sold iers cemetery at Oakland. He was twenty-seven years of age and as has been previously stated, was born and reared in this vicinity. Twenty-live large floral offering from Wis friends h Oakland attest to tho love and es teem he iiad won during ills residence In -tTiat city. Mrs. Thos. Hlggins and Mrs. Al Scluiler were Cairo visitors Tuesday. Messrs. II. V. Handle? . myi Wm. Bestgen transacted business in Cairo Tuesday. THE BUTE fTEASERS ADVISED TO BE. TACT FULTO MAKE NO TROUBLE SOME RULES. CONNECTICUT DEMOCRATS. New Haven, Sept. 7. The Demo cratic state convention met tonight. The naming of the state ticket w!H not be reached until tomorrow afternoon. Miss Miller and Miss Mead Speak on Music and Primary Work Committee on Resolutions Named Today's Speakers. MM Alexander County National Bank w Capital 1100.100. Sarplos SIOO.MI Alexander County Savings Bank CaplfalJSM.OOO Snrplns $50,001 Combined Capital and Surplus $300,000 ; OmCBKS 1 ; E. k, bUDEl. rrealdeat. . CHABLEEUCHTEH, Vle-Prsldsil C. O.PATIER. Vlc-PraldBi J. B, OALL1UAN. Cashier. FRANK SPCNCEM, Aaa't Caahlar E. A. Baar J. H. Oalllia-C.V.NM IOIRECIOK9 Tba. ftoyd Wm. Blatf Oaortf Parsaaa N. B. TblatlawooJ. Charlaa f ohtar ZD. S. Lcaadaa C. O. Patla. .X Interest Paid on Time Deposits. frfl tttesttei lo til itsklag mttm extrtslel it cs Superintendent fiott call tne insti tute to order at 8:45. He appointed the lollowing .committee on rsolu tious: . Mrs. Clara 15. .Way, (chairman Miss Minnie Bunch. .McC'lure; Mrs. N. S. Kelly, Thebes; Mrs. C. O. I.ewis, Cairo; C. V. Gillespie, Olive Branch; MIsa Margaret Wltson, Cairo; Hen H. Mosby, Cairo; -. I. A. Fulton, Sandus ky; Maud Isler, Sandusby; Andrew Holmes, "Deeeh Hidge;; Kdmonia Watkins, Cairo; .Mrs. Linnio Simi kins. Oiswood; Mrs. Cecil Gamer, Kayville; Mrs. Homer Wright, Unity! Karl O. Veach, Thebes.. After a song the meeting was ready for another day of earnest work. Prof. Booth continued his talks on arHiinie tic. He said In part tnat some of tne teachers teach too many ways of working the siinie problem instead of seeing how plain tfiy can make the one best and safest way. Don't try to make the work as mysterious as possible but find a good way and stick to ltimtlllhepupils are we'll ounded in it, then they can work the hard or easy problems and be sure of their results. I expect to teach them he simplest ways that reuulre the fewest explanations and devote the time to working problems not too hard trobletns, but ones well selected for the grade. Be sure to leave out explanations that tn iy tend to mystify the cliild. Prof. Van Cleve, speaking on cur rent literature asked how many of you when you read the big daily pa pers, read the poetry? Do you know that there Is more good ioetry and prose being written today than ever before (fn.l that there fa a greater de mand for Rood literature than ever before? Do you try to read a few of the best things by the greatest auth ors of today, Riley, Kipling, Van Dyke Duiibar and others?" Interest your, students in selecting and read ing some of. the best short stories and poems, teachers, especially in the rural suhools. tniut furniuh. n. material for some of these readings for very few libraries In rural or vil lage schools are up-to-date enougu to furnish what you want for-this pur pose. The fine up-to-date Cairo li brary gives the Cairo teachers an ex cellent opportunity for this work. While Prof. Van Cleve was giving his talk on literature, MIsa Mead was instructing the primary section with Interesting suggestions for work In the iiniary grades. Speaking on history Prof.. iBooth said: If you want to grow in strength as a history teacher do some extra leading outside of the . regular test. Get. some good book that covers liie subject in a more intensive way and get a thorough understanding of your subject. Every teacher should be bigger than his test and still knnw how to teach the interesting essen tail things and pass by the nof" es sentials. ... Afternoon Session. Prof.' Van Cleve spoke on grammar. He said instead' of so nrnc technic al work In the seventh and eighth grades it is suggested 1 ;iat short com positions anil letter writing bo re quired. Teach the 'children to write what they want to say in a clear, concise, sentences. Teach them to speak good Englisti and express the few thoughts they have on any sub ject in the purest-English and1 in a short, direct style". Prof. Booth 9,oke on , Pedagogy, advising, teachei i to "try .to handle their schools po tactfully that they will, never need to resort to physical force.. Be persistant in holding to your point if you are sure you aro right, ifake no rules that h1a3r-01.ua; you trouble and leave you so chance to be. tactful. Never be resentful; never harbor a desire to "evetr up;'' have lor each one spirit of hope- "fulnoss. Prof. Van Cleve spoke ,pn Geogra phy. Miss Meard gave a lesson In pri mary instruction work, demonstrating how to make, baskets, tobies, .doll furniture of all descriptions, ploturo frames, etc. ' t ' - . Music was discussed by Mrs. Miller presenting a number of primary songs with piano accompaniment by . Mia Laura Clendenen. , ',- - "The rtlral teachers met with S&pt. Gott at 4 p. in., an.! Cairo teachers with Prof. Clendenen for special firif Btruetlon in regard to the beginning of Work at tne coming school term. . The day was warm, but the're was a good attendance . . V ' f This morning Mirs. Fa.nne tfl Hacker will speak to the Institute on "The View Point" and D. W. Twente on some other subject of "Interest. . FT l MX 4L DC DOC DC DC 'Melons Delight 0 for the Summer days when the appetite craves light and wholesome foods J SHREDDED MEJffi with strawberries, raspberries sliced bananas or other fruits. Heat the Biscuit in the oven to restore crispness. then cover with berries in their own juices and serve with milk or cream, adding sugar to suit the taste. More healthful and more easily digested than or dinary "short-cake." Always pure, always clean, always the same price. Shredded Wheat BUcuit is mde of the whole wheat, steam-cooked, shredded and baked in the cleanest, finest food factory in the world. It is ready-cooked, ready-to-serve. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits heated in oven to restore crispness, and eaten with a little hot milk, and suited or sweetened to suit the taste, will supply all the energy needed for a half days work. If you like it for breakfast you will like it for any meal in combination with vegetables, berries, liced bananas, stewed prunes or other fruits, SHREDDED WHEAT 0 stir ...... ATI niLl A ' VS W AX "MEAT" ) '