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THE $AlTt6 BULLETIN THURSDAY MORNIKO, SEPTEMBER 8, 1910.
THE GAl to BULLETIN utrd i ihtOfclro PottoOe (01 trMmlMtOB Uirosgh Ui nails M tMond-elM iMm )LABEU ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SHERIFF. JA8. 8. KUCHK authorizes hU an nouncement aa a candidate tor the Republican Domination tor sheriff ot Aieiander county, at the primary election to be held Sept 15, 1910. Frei D. Kellls authorizes hl an nouncement as a candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff , ot Alexander,, county, at the primary lection 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. 13, 1910. , :. v ' . ' FOR REPRESENTATIVE. v The Bulletin Is authorized to an nounce the name of Fred M. Pool of Herrin, HI., as a Democratic can didate for repreaentative la the 60tl eenatoilal. district, subject to th ivtpocratlo V primary " September 15 wio. r ; ; ? ; .Jl -The Bulletin'. Is authorized to an nounce the name 'of Frank E. Davis of Cairo, Ill.,'as a Republican candi date 'for "representative In the 50th scnatariaMistrlct,, 'subject, .to, the Republican primary September 13, The Bulletin is authorized to an nounce the name of R. D. Hill of Ma rion, as a pemocratlc candidate for representative in the 50th senatorial district subject to the Democratic r.rimary September 15, 1910. FOR CONGRESS. ',", N. B. Thlstlewood authorizes his aunouncement as a candidate for re election to congress from the, 25th Illinois district subject to. the de cision of the Republican k, voters at the primary election to be held Sept. , is. 1910. '-' . 'V FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Judge Wm. S. Dewey authorizes Ills announcement for thq. Republican nomination for County judge, at the " primary election to be held Sept 15 1910. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. Prof,, S, E. Gott authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for Coun ty Superintendent of Schools ot Alex ander county, subject to taaJlermb Ucan perries, Sept. 15, lSflT Asa D. Twente authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for Coun ty Superintendent of SchooU of Alex ander county, subject to the Republi can primaries, Sept. 15, 1910. ' Mrs. Fanny P. Hacker authorize? her announcement as candidate for County Superintendent of Schools of Alexander County, subject to ths voters of Alexander county to be held Nov. 13, 1910. FOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER David M. Mulcahey authorizes his announcement as a candidate for county, assessor and treasurer, ! sub ject to the decision of the Democrat ic voters ot Alexander county at the primary election to be held Sept. 15 1910. . Capt. W. D. Lippttt 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. Elllsauthorlzes 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 toe Republican voters of the county at the pi imary election to be held Sept 15, 1910. . TAFT BACK AT BEVERLY. Beverly, . Sept. 7. Taft returned from St. Paul today, motoring from Bo8toit;ifHe found many to congratu late hlrn oVftis speech. MEN ARE POWERLE88 I t PlnM Acalait Dlran I'nfeaa Thtf ' sUrik ( the I'ndtrlrlag Cause. To trat Dandruff, and Falling- Hair, T 'th liritantripr oils on which a para titlj pt-rm wltt prosper, la like scooping ter rrom Hie' 'ocean to prevent the tide I o:n rising. Vou cannot accomplish a satlsfartnrv 5 :r without having a rlgnt understand ing rt the fundamental causes of tht (rouble. -Tou must kill the Iandrufl! Cerm. ewhrf '0dclde does this because It . v pectafly made to do that very thing;, hen tnc germ is removed, thn halt H.w if) choic hut to resume health) I -o(h and beauty. . 'Destroy the cause, you remove th "old hv leading drugrlata. Send 10c It r n for sample to The Horplclde Co One dollar bottles : guaranteed, Paul O. Schuh A Sons, special ut. ' 1 " ANOTHER OFFER IS MADE TODAY IN BIG CONTEST No Certain Time for this New In ducement to Expire--May Close Any Time Goes Into Effect This Morning and Applies New Six Months Subscriptions Only Full , particulars Appear on Another Page In This Issue CONTEST LEADER. MISS ALICE BYRN: Dltsrlct Leaders. Dlst. No. 1 Miss Zorayda Nance. - Dist. No. 2. Heine Eichoff. Dlst. No. 3. Miss Mary Wil keraon. Dlst. No. 4. Miss Minnie Frank. Dist. No. 5. Miss Carnjen Andrews. The special offer for Five new yearly subscriptions closed a 8 o'clock last night an will not he re peated. Several of the contestants took ad vantage of' the offer and this morn ing are richer by many thousands of votes which they can poll Immediately or hold until later on in the test. It is presumed that the majority will use their specials as a reserve fund to be used the last few days ot the race. Another Offer. A new and somewhat different offer goes into effect this morning, this offer is the same as the offer just closed except that it applies on six month's subscriptions and the time of closing is problematical. Theroinew six month's subsections. as soon has hern no set j.ime to close this offer. It may close tomorrow at a cerrtain hour, and again it may, Tut for two days, if it is decided to clo' this offer tomorrow, The Bulletin of Thursday will inform the contest ants of the hour of closing. Will be Sudden. However, when the offer is flnatlv oft, It will be announced in the paocr but a short time before the final close, for instance; If it Is decided to close the offer at noon tomorrow, ths same will appear Inttie contest col umns of the Bulletin Thursday morn ing, consequently the candidates wtilj have but little time to get in their; subscriptions. ' I The New Offer, The otter which goes into effect this morning, and will close ????,? is as follows: To every candidate who brings or sends fo this office FIVS NEW six month's subscriptions to The Bulletin will receive in addi tion to the 10) votes on each of th ? five subscriptions an additional vote ballot of 10,000 votfs, making a total of 15,000 votes for caehset turned in the contest department. Get as many STANDING OF THE CANDID4TES. I District No. 1. All of the City of Cairo lying north of Twenty-first streeet. Miss Alice Byrne , Miss Zorayda Nance , .. '.. .. .... Miss Marie Williams HiRS Iona Swoboda Mrs. 'Clara Schwartze Miss Myrtle Goldsmith .. ... 78800 Miss Helen Jackson V 17CS0 VHsb Gertrude Curry - 17C70 Miss Edith Hill ... 7S!)0 Miss Laura Clendenen 7510 Mr. Harry Thornberry . 2970 District No. 2. All of the City of Cairo lying south of Twenty-first street. Mr. Heine Eichoff ' ; ; 41(!80 VIr. G. W. Hurley , 27350 Miss Olga N. Ellis r. S589) Miss Margaret Eller ' 22570 Miss Lady Fitzgerald ,. 21019 Miss Rose Klce .. .....T. . 191 70 Miss Eva Gunsher ." 17900 Miss Lizzie niley 1G7.10 Iis8 Margaret Strong , .... 10020 Mr. John L. Glass... , 3790 Mr. Harold Hessian 2080 NT;ck Hacker 2-1 t,l Mr. Wm. Steagala . . . . ; 1800 District No. 3. All territory In Mississippi county embracing Charleston and all ad jacent towns. . Miss Mary Wilkenson, Charleston, Mo...... 0370 Miss Ruth Van Lear, Charleston, Mo.. '., R:i80 Mis Lucy Lynch, Charleston, Mo. 6070 Mr. Charles Simpson, Charleston, Mo.. .' 2140' Mr. Leslla Pierce, Charleston, Mo.... .J 1000 District, No. 4. Vi All territory on the Big Four R. R. to Harrlsburg, Including Mounds, Mound City, Anna, Jonesboro and the following towns: Grand Chain, Olm tedt Levlngs, Karnark, Vienna, Eldorado, Parker City, Carrier Mills, Villa Hldge, Harrlsburg, Thebes and McClure. Miss Agnes Canl'l, Mound City K.IIDO Miss Minnie Frank, Mounds 170G0 on of these special, ballots as you po. sibly can, you will need them. You who secured the special ballots on the offer which came to a close last night must make this offer spelt addi tional votes to you. If you neglect this opportunity of securing 15000 ex tra votes your competitors will quick- I iy leave you in the rear. You muft make this offer show results, aint you (must do it QUICK as the offer is liable to close at any time. A Live Tip. You may think this offer will last as long as the offer which closed laf.' night am! will take your time accord ingly, but the advice of the contest manager is to get your special as soou as possible, for it is positively stated Hint the new offer will not be open as long as the last one, nor will it be open half as long. As has ben mentioned above it may close AT ANY TIME so get your FIVE six month's subscriptions and turn them in at once, as soon as you secure one set. turn them into this office and the con-.Special Ballot will be issued delay and it may be too late. Contest Chatter. Those who secured the special bal lot of 20,000 extra votes fed much more secure in' their position thU morning. i The paramount question wien will the present offer close? When the closing hour is announced it will .come s suddenly thai U will surprt ij you mora! g't in your sets of flv; as possible. Candidal please tTo no; ask the Contest Department to let you have any information on the standings ot the others in the race. In the first place they do not know; and in trie second place they would not tell you of the progress being made by your competitors if they Cid know. In a contest of this kind Contest Ma'i "don't know nothing."" Keep your eye on that new entry from Mound City a little late in en tering you will say yes well watch her progress from now on. 11,000 extra votes for FIVE NEW six month's subscriptions to The Bul letineasier to secure than the year lies but see that you get them in be fore the offer is called off, and it mav be a thing of the past before you are aware of it so get yours In. Those who secure these extra votf? stand the best chance to win the valuable contest awards. By the way drop into Kratky's Garage and look over the OVEULAND to quote those who have seen It a beautiful machine would like to have it myself. 43040 37580 23D!l") 20701 18910 .... Miss Catnilo Norrls, Anna llSSO Miss Alpha Rankston, Mound City 12,500 Mis Charlotte Wiggins. Anna .' 112J0 Miss Anna Tapprich, Ullln... 10G 10 Miss, Ruth Eshlcman, Pulaski ... SOU ) Miss Gene Real, Vienna ;.. 7!t) Miss Hazel Rosenbarger, Grand Chain.... .. ' 5i'0 Miss Joha Andrews, Anna 77is0 TSIiss l.cla Harmcs, Dongola y. 1 5173 Miss Neil Barnes, Harrlsburl .... . . 43:. Miss Irene Balance, Vienna , !5il)0 Miss M. Mushaum,. Jonesboro k . Miss Winnie- Ctihl. Dongola .-. .22 i i Miss Jennie Stokes, Anna .. .. Sti'.H) Miss Ethel Little, Pulaski lGM Miss Nell Perkins, Vienna 10U MissGeorgia Smith, -Anna. . .. , 1000 District No. 5. -1 ' I Ail territory south of Cairo to Fulton, embracing Wickllffe, Bardwell, I Arlington and Fulton. f v Mrs. Edda Br.vnt, Arlinston .. 10751 Miss Carman Andrews, Wlckliffe , i2l'J0 Miss Cue Johnson, Wlckliffe ; 8r.n0 Mrs. Minnie Vance, Arlington C8D0 Miss Ida Scot Flegle Arlington .. .KlilO Mr. T. Hudson, Bardwell .... .. 28-10 Miss Clara Stewart. Fulton .' 2580 Mr. It. Bodkin, Bardwell PUTS AN END TO INDIGESTION AND ft SOUR, GASSY, UPSET STOMACH Take a Little Diapepsin now and your stomach will feel fine five , minutes later. As there is, often some one in your family who suffers aa attack of indi- pstrnn or somfi form of stomach I trouble, why don't you keep some iDiapepsin in the horse handy? ' I This harmless Messing will digest anything you can ea without t:-.e slightest dlscomofrt, and overcome a sour, K;i3sy stomach five minutes af ter. Te',1 your pharmacist to let you read the formula, plainly printed' on these 50-ccnt. cases of Pace's Diapep sin. they you will readily se why it makes Indigestion, Sour Stoma-h, Heartburn and other distress go in five minutes, and relieves at on-e such miseries as Belching of Gas, Eructations of sour, undigested tooH. Nausea, Headaches, Dizziness, Consti FOR CHARITY COLLECTIONS BY YOUNG LADY CONDUCTORS ON CAIRO CARS YESTERDAY. Will te Added to K. M. K. C. Charity Fund Through Generosity of Cairo Traction Co. Management. By the generosity of the Cain Electric & Traction Co., the charity fund of the Knights of the Mystic Krew of Comus has ueen he'jjed to the extent of about $"00 representing the receipts for the entire day yester day fiom 6 o'clock in the morning uu til It o'clock at night. General Manager Chubbuck of tlv McKinley system had propose v idea at the last banquet of the K. M. K. C. at which he was present as was General Superintendent Mclaughlin who handles the local lines. Learn:n at that time that the Krew was in terested in replenishing the fund Mr. Chubbuck, after a moments tnougtit. gave the Krew the privilege of nam ling the date and applying all tnc te 'ceipts from these tars for that ortvi day. N. Sandler was a leading spirit as a Krew member and Mrs. Andrew Lohr was appointed genera stiperin 'tendent of the lines, assisted by Mr. Cora Cotter. These ladies had their offices at the Cairo Electric & Trac tion Co.'s counting room and handled the corps of lady chairmen and their assistants all day. y General Superintendent McLaugh lin very graciously turned over to the TIZ-For Sore Feet Tired, Aching, Swollen, Smelly, Swea- ty Feet? Corns, Callouses or Bun ions? UseTIZ. It's Sure, Qu ck and Certain. You Will enjoy using TIZ. The most Pleasant Remedy You Ever Tried . and Moreover It Works., At last here In liiHtant relief nd Putting prrnimient remedy for sore ft. No more llrert feet. M more nchlnii fwt. No moru swollen, had ktnellliin. iweaty fet No morn cornn. No more hiinlonn. No more ralloiwoe, no matter what all your feet er what under the un you've tried without getting roliof, J t linn TIX. i VI, U totally uillke toy thing ele for the purpiwe you ever heard of, lt' the only foot rumedy ever made whtrh art on the prinrl pai of drawing out all the polionoim exHda tionawhli'h cue ore fe X. Powders and other remedies mrciy o'" up the j-ore. TIZ clcanae ttieni out am' ke p tli.-ui clean. It work rlxht oil' You win feel better the very first time It lined. Ije It a week and yon ran forget you ever had aore feet There hi nothing on earth tout ran compare with It. TIZ la for Kale at nil ririiuglKla 'i rent Iier box or direct if yon wind from Waller .uthur lKidge & Co., Chicago, 111. ' I ' pation and other Stomach disorders. 4Ome folks have tried so long to find relief from Indigestion and Dys pepsia or an out-ofor.'or stonaa with the common, everynlay ct:res ad vertised that they have about made up their minds t.iat they have some thing Visa- wrong, or believe theirs is a case of .Nervousness,' Gastritis, Ca tarrh of the Stomach or Cancer. This, no douU, is a serious mistake Your real trouble is, what you eat does not digest; instead it ferments anil sours, turns to acid, Gas and Stomach poison, whica putrefy in the digestive tract and intestines, and, besides, poison the breath with nau seous odors. A hearty appetite, . with thorough digestion, and without trie slightest discomfort or misery e the Stomach is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Pape's Diapcpsin. ladles his reins of authority and be sides furnished a gigantic punch bo-vl kept well supplied with K. M, K. C. punch and also furnished delectable sandwiches. As each force of youns lady conductors were relieved from duty they got off the cars, went into the office, settled up and partook ot the retreshments. The young ladies had various ex periences in making their collections. A few "tight wads" as one young lady expressed it didn't forget to ask for their chr.nge and a great many people told-the fair collector to "keep tht? change," One gentleman whose name could not be learned handed Jiiss Emma Kleb, who was on the Walnut street 'line last evening . a $20 bill with tiio jiemark "keep the mange." Miss ' Kleb's receipts for the three hours she handled the collections, assisted tr Misses Olivia Lamigrapk and isei tie Nugent were ?,. Mr. Lohr, through The Bulletin desires to express her thanks and a preciation of the services rendered by the ladies whom sne appointed and also those who were appointed hy the sub-chairmen. Th4 ladles, both marnert and single, were well pleased with their experi ence and enjoyed to the utmost th Interesting time they had. " The following is a complete list ot the ladies who so willingly and cheer fully responded to the request male upon them to do their part of the work for "sweet charity." Mls Maude Sutherland1, assisted by Beatrice Lancaster, Mario Halley. Mn. Alice Lee assisted by Iteu Colin, Zora Lee. Mrs. Weldon assisted by Mattte Mulvihlll. Mrs. O. Kafer, assisted by Lola Stelnel, Alice McKnight. ' Miss Belle Cunningham, assisted Iy Mrs. J. V. Long. Mis3 Myrtle Bambrlcic, assisted by Miss, Gillespie, Miss nartman. Mrs. Thos. Gant, .assisted by Cir rie Parks, Mable Englcr. Miss Helen Lewis, assisted by Miss Bolton. Mi is Mary Huette, assisted by Mrs. Lulu Ellis, Miss Alice Walker. Miss Kmma Kleb, assisted by Olivia Landgraph, Nettie Nugent. ' Mrs. McCarthy assisted by Inez Meehan'. Miss Florence Carey, assisted by Ada Walker. Jess Davis. Miss Alice McKnight served Future City car 6 to 7 a. m. Miss Maude Loflin, assisted by Ma rlon Candee, Helen Scliun. Mrs. H. O. Farrow, assisted by Mrs. Waldrop, Mona Porrault, Char lotte Sloo. Mrs. Frank Torrey) assisted by Geraldine Schuh, Anna vierce Walsh. " Mri. M. Feith, assisted by Alice Walker, Kate Mahoney. Mrs. James iGalilgan, assisted hy Dorothy Candee, Kllzaneth Berry. Miss Blanche Miller, assisted lfy Miss Julia Farrin. Mlss Ijoulse Berry, , assisted by Grace Clendenen. . Miss Edna Llnd, assisted by MM McNemer, Iona Bondurant. Miss Fay Koehlor, assisted by Vela Bondurant, Alle Carey. Miss Currie Rule, assisted by Miss Nettle Geisenhof, Eva Rule. Mn. J. VV. Rule, assisted by LIU Rogers, Laura Clendenen. Mri. C. C. Terrell, assisted by Ellse After The Grippe "I a:n much pleased, to be cMe to write and thank yon for what Cartlui has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah j. Gilliland, of Silcr City, N. C. ..... "Last February, 1 had the Grippe, winch left me In bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female trouble, for ten yeais, and nothing seemed to cure It. 4,At last, I be;;an to take Cardui. I. have taken only three bottles, but it has done me more sci than all the doctors or than ar.y other medicine 1 ever tok."- J 3 The Woman's Tonic For the' after-effects of any serious illness, l!!:e the Grip, Car'dul i.i the best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, Improves the appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health. Cardui is your best friend, -If you only knew it . Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has helped! What could, possibly prevent it from helping you? Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui Ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tcnn., lor Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment lor Women." scot tree. ;3 i Not desiring t ) oas ranncs to next this special oiler tor Clark Jewel, Detroit ranges, purchased in at $10.00 per range; burner, oven and Detroit Jewel and : - special price ot $15.00 with connections tree. 6ih, to 15th inclusive. Cairo City Gas Company Green, Georgia I'errautt. Miss Madge Zimmerman, assisted by Miss M. Hanford, of Carbond:il'. and Myrtle Teichman. Mias Ulancho Miller, assisted by Julia Fnrrin.- A Brief on Curtains. The curtains, are the keynote to a room and make or mar It; and here let us stand firm on the matter of shades they are never necessary. Two sets of fthsh curtains hung one pair above the other and running transveraely on cords, with rings close together or without rings, nre prettier and more useful, for ono can have the light fiom ubovo or below as desired, Shot In the lower hein will keep the cur tiiiu In pluce. Country Life In Amer ica. Gettir.g the Habit. "Why do you keep the windows up? The cm-tains are blowing all the time." he stormVd. "They nifty have caught '!. habit," she said, without telling -cm tm they caught ft. Boston lUv o.d.' ' ; ' ,.' . . ' , Women. . -i j, No man ever said a woman was an angel who did not know better. Atehhiuti Globe. CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS COLDS, AND HEADACHES DUE TO CONSTIPATION. BEST. FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN -YOUNG AND OLD. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS -ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. 1 MANUFACTURED BY THE SOLD BY AIL LEADING DRUGGISTS One size only. Regular ppici S0a Bomi ARDU1 carry over a stock bl season, vvc are making ten days ot Single Oven Jewel and Garland Hie ten das,willbe sold all standard tour hole broiler Clark Jewel, Garland ranges at a - . . - ,. . : f ! each tor the 10 days Period ol sale Sept. The Mean, of Companionship, Companionship Implies virtueln both parties contributing to it. Both must have a certain amount to give ot cheer, strength, humor, sympathy. In terest. Criticism, except where It Is witty, Is futile. It annoys yvlthout correcting, as a rule. As Stevenson somewhere says wisely, there Is one persou In the world you are to make good-yourself other people you are to maku happy. If you can. Harper' Bazar. Such Is Life. After from leu to 14 years of hard work in school, college and profes sional courscK, with big money spent upon his education, a man can begin life as a lawyer or doctor and wait half a generation before he Is sura of earning what an ignorant, incom petent, half civilized Immigrant la borer can get the day he steps ashore here from the steerage. New York Press. An Irresponsible Client. 1 The lawyer of a man named Tern bnrulno, who was beln tried for theft In the Paris courts recently, pleaded that Tambornlno , was not quite ac countable for his actions. This de fense made the prisoner so angry that he leaned over the dock and knocked his lawyer flat on the floor of the court. The lawyer was not much hurt and rising to his reel, made use of his client's violence so cleverly that ha secured an acquittal. , , Knowledge, ' Knowledge Is an excellent drug, but no drug has virtue enough to preserve itielf from corruption and decay If tho vessel bo tainted and Impure wherein It In put to keep Such a one may have a sight clear and .good enough, who looks asquint, but consequently sees what Is good, but does not follow It, and sees knowledge, but makes no use of it. Montaigne. Agricultural Note. "They are puttjng pnrls green on the cabbages," said one summer girl, "Yes," replied the other. "It's hard to get anything that isn't artificially col orcd." Double Dote. "Willie, we are going to have the bishop to dinner on Sunday." Willie "And have we got to go to churcb ilso?" Town and Country. it i H if id