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0AI10 BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 101910.
ANNOUNCEMENT , FOR SHERIFF. JAB, 8. ROCHE tuthorfcei hU an nouncement as a candidate for tie Republican nomlnatioa for sheriff of Alexander county, at the primary election to re held Sept. 15, 1910. Fred D. NeUis authorize hie an nouncement ag a candidate for the ftcpublican nomination far sheriff of Alexander county, at the primary flection 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. 15, 1910. Alex? S. Frasor' authorizes, his an nouncement as a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander County, subject "to the decision of tiie Democratic voters at the primary "election to be held Sent. 15th. 11)10. 'Mr.'Fraser is placed be fore the Democrats of the county as the choice of the County Democratic Central committee and Is the only candidate who has that endorsement, ANXIETY ENDED CL0SEANN0UNCED SPECIAL BALLOT FOR REPRESENTATIVE. The Bulletin it authorized to an Bounce the name of Fred M. Pool of Herrln, 111., at a Democratic can dldate for representative In the BOtl senatorial district, subject to th 'Democratic primary September IS 1910. The Bulletin is authorized to an flounce the name of Frank E. Davis cf Cairo, 111., as a Hepubllcan candl date for representative in the 50th senatorial district, subject to the Republican primary September 15. 1910. Tho Bulletin is authorized to n iiounco the name of R. D. Hill of Ma lion, as a Democratic candidate for representative in the 50th senatorial district, subject to the Democratic primary September 15, 1910. FOR CONGRESS. N. B. Thlstlewood authorizes his announcement as a candidate for re election to congress from the 25th 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, S. Dewqy authorizes his announcement for the Republican nomination for County Judge, at the primary election to be held Sept. 15 1910. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. Prof. S. E. Oott authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for Coun ty Superintendent of Schools of Alex ander county, subject to the Repub llcan primaries, Sept. 15, 1910. Asa D. Tvente 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. Mrs. Fanny p. Hacker authorize her announcement as candidate for County Superintendent of Schools of Alexander - Country, subject to the voters of Alexander county to be held Nov. 15, 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 of Alexander cT5unty at the primary election to be held Sept. 15 1910. Capt. W. D. Lippitt 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. K. E. Ellis authorizes his announce ment as a candidate for assessor and treasurer of Alexander county, sub ject to the decision of tho Republican voters at the primary election on Kept. 15th, 1310. Thou. W. Williams authorizes nls announcement as a candidate for As sessor and Treasurer pf Altxander county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters of the county at the primary election to be held Sept 15, 1910. V AMUSEMENTS .'. Maxwll-Hal Stock Company. Manager Parks of the Cairo opera house has arranged with the Maxwell-Hall Stock Company for a week's 'tsn:re;i!e;f eeimn-nHiig next Him 1sv fvpulug. This company Is Inn-I cd by Mins Certnnle Maltltind wiuw? rlaver work has boon recoRubed wherever she lnn apiwnvl. During the week Miss Ma-itland will hold a reception on the stage and present those attending wiih a photoprnph oi keipelf. The piny for tho oXMiin. nllit will lie "A ,Jpi(ihh Wil'p." Seats are now soiling. llnv your school books at DeBaun'i Twenty-eighth and Poplar. t A- full line of new and second hand books. The Extra Vote Offer Will Come to Close Tonight Between Five and Seven-thirty Tojight Sees End of Special Ballots as They Positively Will Not be Repeated and Those Who Figure on Winning Had Best Take Advantage of This Offer CONTEST LEADER. MISS MINNIE FRANK. Dltsrict Leaders. . Dist. No. 1. Miss Myrtle Goldsmith, Dist No. 2 Miss Olga Ellis Dint. No. 3 .Miss Gerald How- - lette. Dist No. -J Mis Alpha Dank- ..stone. Dist. No. 5. Miss Carmen Andrews. I Candidate, luere is the answer in a nut shell the special offer on Five New Six Month's subscriptions will dose this evening between the hours of five and seven-thirty. This is the anouncement you have been waiting for, now make the most of- it. You have until some Um between five and seven-thirty' this evening to get In your five new six month's sub scriptions and secure your special bal lot, of 10,000 extra votes. Do not overlook the fact that ttie offer will close SOMETIME BET WEEN FIVE AND SEVEN-THIRTY. It may elwe at five-thirty, it may close at six a quarter or or a quarter after, and, again, it may not close until seven or a few moments after. The offer will close at a certain time between five and seven-thirty, and if you bring your rive new six months suhscriptons in one minute afterthat time yois wlllbe disquali fied from securing the special ballot. A Word to the Wise. In this case a won? to the wise is sufficient, get your set or sets in a-i soon as possible ami tTien there will be no likelihood of your being teo ia.u to get the special ballot of 10,000 ot.es. ' Do not wait until five o'clock and then start to this office for, in cas the offer should close at five minutes ifter five, you would then be too late and your special would take winks and fly. Standing of Candidates. The standing of candidates remain about tiie same this morning with Miss Minnie Frank still in the lead. The contestants apparently prefer to r-ast their votes siowly and show others In the race to go to the front, thereby, in a measure exposing .their strength, for (hey realize that eve- time a competitor makes a big jump in the paper they are drawing on their reserve fund and are In a wa" showing their reuJ strength to Hi- n , competitors. Miss Olga Ellis Moves Up. Miss Olga Ellis moves up a notch this morning and now holds the lead in her district by a small majority, ' Others in the race move up a little but. practically all remain stationary The Dark Horse Rumtor. The rumor that there Is "a dart horse" in the race will not be dowhe; and reports reach this office dai' ...... . ' N mat this dark horse is going to surprise others in the course of a few days. The contest department, a well as the candidates are anxiously awaiting some move on the part of this "dark horse " for they are hi the (talk as well as the contestants. Race Getting Close. Right now it is anybody's race, an there are several of the candidates bunched together. There Is more in terest being taken is the contest now than at ony other rime since the first anouncement. that The Bulletin would give away these valuable prizes, and the result Is that the cor testants are finding it much easier io secured the voice and subscriptlan it will take te- win Subscribers are showing a desire to pay their sub scriptiona and thereby effect a sav ing, for every time a subscriber pays in advance he saves $1.20 and all agree that this amount is well worth saving, in other words they get th paper fourteen months instead of twelve Keep Busy. candidates you must continue to keep busy if you expect to win. Never allow a day to pass without adding something to your reserve and in the end the work w:;i be rewarded with the prize. Contest Coment. Between five and seven-thirty th special offer will close, see that yo njive secured your before it is too late. ThJ exact time will not be announc ed when fhe offer will close, so take "time by the forelock" and get yours in early. To quote one little lady In the con test it is a cinch to get subscript ions. Make every day snow more votfits secured than the proceeding one an victory will be yours in the end. mow aoout tnose -etters to your friends outides of Cairo? Thousands of votes can be secured in this man ner. If you will ask at this office fo,' circular letters they will be given you aid all that is necessauy is to en close (hem in an envelope and mail them to your friends. Do not for get the special offer closes tonight STANDING OF 1 HE CANDID4TES. District No. 1. All of the City of Cairo lying north of Twenty-first streeet. Mtss MyrMe Goldsmith . .. 47921 Miss Alice Byrne 45050 Miss Zorayda Nance 4159D Miss Mario Williams 32050 Miss Iona Swoboda 27880 Miss Gertrude Curry 25199 Miss Helen Jackson . ... , 19319 Mrs. Clara Schwartze 19-290 Miss Edith Hill .. 78io Miss Laura Clenrienen ...... 7610 Three doses of S3 Chill Remedy cures cUlUL ' TlIy Most Dlls of Life come from errors in diet, from too little exercise or from the mis takes we commit Nvithout thinking of consequences. These sicknesses may be slight, at first, but they hinder work, prevent advancement or bring depression and spoil enjoyment. What is worse, they lead to serious physical disorders if not checked in time; but you CAN check them easily and quickly. They will Naturally Yield To such a safe, simple, reliable family remedy as Beecham's Pills. In every household where this famous and unequalled medicine is known, the whole aspect of life, is changed for the better. Be ready to help yourself -am) your family to overcome trouble and to regain, and keep, good bodily conditions by having onjiand for immediate use Tat f.m.1.1, Bchtm' Pith r teccUlljr toluM. S. Inrtrnetioa with eh bat. ,v Sold ery-hei. In bnxei lOr. id 25e. Mr. Harry Thornberry ;. ... ... .... ... 2999 District No. 2. All of the City of Cairo lying sovth qf Twenty-first street. Miss Olga N. Ellis 48ISO Mr. Heine Eichoff 4(;n.ii) Mr. G. W. Hurley , '' 37410 .Miss Eva Cunsher .... ... 24980 Miss Lady Fitzgerald ." As-;n pMlss' Margaret Eller .'. . . 1 2468) Miss Rose Klee.... ,,,, ... ... 23690 Miss Iiizzle Riley , .; 187C0 Mr. John L. Glass 1136.) Miss Margaret Strong (10020 Mr. Harold Hessian 268O Nick Hacker .. 20t0 Mr. Wm. Steagala jgoo District No. 3. All territory in Mississippi county embracing Charleston and all ad jacent towns. Miss Gerald Howlette 9;igQ Miss Mary Wllkereon, Charleston, Mo ... ..... 9370 Chas. Scott t t ..... 8(!40 Mr. Cdiarles Simpson, Charleston, Mo.. ..;. . .. ...... 2140 Mr. Leslia Pierce, Charleston, Mo .... .... , 1060 District No. 4. All territory on the Big Four R, R. to Harrisburg, Including bounds, Mound City, Anna, Jonesboro and the following towns: Grand Chain, Olm sted, Levings, Karnack, Vienna, Eldorado, Parker City, Carrier Mills, Villa Ridge, Harrisburg, Thebes and McClure. ; Miss Minnie Frank, Mounds 65140 Miss Alpha Bankston, Mounds , ,. , 22590 Miss Agnes Cahill, Mound City .. .. 19490 Miss Camile Norris, Anna 16880 Miss Charlotte Wiggins, Anna ;.- 15310 Miss Leia Harmes, Dongola 11190 Miss, Ruth Eshleman, Pulaski .. . ... 10R70 Miss Anna Tapprich, Ullin 106(10 Miss Gene Beal, Vienna ... 9739 Miss Hazel Rosenbarger, Grand Chain , G960 Miss John Andrews, Anna 7789 Miss Nell Barnes, Harrisburg .. , t 4550 Miss M. Muabaum, Jonesboro 3250 Miss Jennie Stokes, Anna , ,..f..- 3090 Miss Ethel s Little, Pulaski 1630 MissGeorgla Smith, Anna:...- , , ,,,, ioo) District No. 5. All territory south of Cairo to Fulton, erabraplng WIckliffe, Bardwell, Arlington and Fulton. Miss Carman Andrews, WIckliffe 17390 Mrs. Edda Bryant, Arlington ,. 14790 Mrs. Minnie Vance, Arlington gsj!) Miss Cue Johnson, WIckliffe ...... 85ti0 Miss Ida Scot Fiegle Arlington 39 Mr. T. Hudson, Bardwell .... .. ,', . J ,2810 Miss Clara Stewart, Fulton , ,. . 2580 Mr. R. Bodkin, Bardwell 1003 1 r- 1 - Better than meat or soggy pastries iuj LJllLllS J i) 1 with berries, liked bananas or other fruits. A delicious, nutritious, whole some dish for the Summer days. Quickly and easily prepared. HEAT THE BISCUIT IN THE OVEN TO RESTORE CRISPRESS then cover with berries or other fruits and serve with milk: or cream, adding sugar to suit the taste. i ance. , , At a spoeial meeting of Egyptian Chapter O. E. S. on Saturday evening Mrs. Alice Vander Plym was initiat ed into the mysteries of the order. At the conclusion of the work iqe cream ami cake were served and a social hour enjoyed toy the ' large number present. Mr. Jim Chapman Is recovering from his serious illness. ' Little Bessie Dwyer who has been quite ill of tonsilitis Is able to toe up today.. ' Miss May Elklna and brother Lloyd (.Concluded on Fourth Page.) Not desiring to carry over a; stock of gas ranges to next season, we are making iiiiitttmttmiijmMuiiiuitttutuutui NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS MOUND CITY. Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Curren and daughter, Miss Hazel left Thrrsday morning for a three weeks' slay in Chicago and St. Louis. H. A. Bride of Pulaski was in town Thursday on business. Mfs. Wm. Wilson and Mrs. Alva Smith were among the many visitors to Cairo Wednesday. Miss Flora Schuler of St. Louis, Is In the city vvisiting relatives anl friends. She will remain here und in Cairo about two weeks. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Westerman were In Cairo Thursday. Gardner Bride of Villa. Ridge and Miss Blanche Gould of Weston, XV. Va., who has been a guest of his lionio anfi of other relatives in 'this vicinity the past summer, left Tlmr day for tiie latter's home where Mr. Bride will attend school the ensuing Uvhiter. Mrs. Anna fEwekenkamp and nephew, 'Walter Mulroney returned home Wednesday from a week's so journ at Dawson Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whit sett of Commercial avenue had - as their guests Sunday the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cleveland of Grif fin, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Raw lington and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Sharp and son, and 'Mrs. Susan Sharp and son Luther of Crossville. Mr. anil Mrs. Griffin remained here until Wednesday when they returned (o tiieir home in Indiana. They were accompanied by Mrs. Whitsett as far as Crossville where she Will visit ' relatives and attend the county fair.!! Mis Genevieve Clark, who sient a lar.e portion of the past summer with" hi- mint, airs. Otis Miller on Fifth street, was married Sunday. Spt. 4tb in WIckliffe, Ky., to Mr. F. Barne4t Miss Clark was quite popular wMi the young iwople of oar city during her sojourn here. Mrs. Harry Lawler was a Cairo shopiier Thursday. ' Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Walker of Los Angeles, Ca., and Mr. Harry Walker of St..: Louis are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Willard on East Second and Main streets. ' Mrs. Abe Brewster of Liberty was shopping In the city Thursday. mis. u. v. Meyer entertained the Chee-Kta Club in honor of Miss Rose Mulroney at' her home on Third anl Walnut streets Wednesday evening This , i)eautiful home was brilliantly lighted for the occasion' and tfie mem bers of the club greatfy enjoyed the affair. The gnes'.s were each "klveii a kitchen towel to hem with a prize for the one who finished first and th was won by Miss Kate McNeiie, the hooJiy prize being won by Miss Edna Miller. The towels were then given to .Miss' Mulroney with a wash rag and bar of soap. This caused much amusement ns did also a contest Mlsinalod Lovers" In which Miss Mulroney was the winner. A lovely two-course luncheon was served. Thin s the hist meeting of the club' in wlileh Miss Mulroney will take part before her nnmage. The guests were Misses J&tna Mtller, Cathryn McNeiie, Cora Victor, Clara tWIester- man of New Orleans, Kate Conley and Rose Mulroney. , Miss Kate Masterson left Wednes day lor Memphis to visit Mr." and Mrs. Ed Carepn. Mifl. Bernard Rutland and little son, Roy, of Herri n are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pyle on First street. C. E. Ridiey made a business trip to Cairo Thursday. VIENNA. Sept. 7. ' The Vienna imblic schools opened Monday morning with a good attend- this special oiler tor ten days of Single Oven Clark Jewel, Detroit Jewel and Garland ranges, purchased in the ten days, will be sold at $10.00 per range; all standard four hole burner, oven and broiler Clark Jewel, Detroit Jewel and Garland ranges Tat a special price 01 $15.00 each for the 10 days with conncciions free. Period of sale Sept. 6th, to 15iii inclusive. Cairo City Gas Company ' We shall ha ve easily $5U9UVU,UUU,UUU f of money In electrical service In 1925." I -THOMAS A. ETISOJ. H AVE you ever thought . of the enormous business of supplying electricity that has sprung up in the list 20 years? Of the wonderful uses of electricity lighting homes and cities, driving machinery, running cars? Of the prodigious amount of capital invested in central stations whicn produce and distribute electric current? , The, biggest of these in the world-r-Commertwealth Edison Company, Chicago is capitalized at nearly $G0,(XX),000, is paying 6 dividends on capital stock and yet is doing only a fraction of the business which it will do in the near future. . This Company . is retailing electricity in a territory that covets 200 square miles, but that territory is only "tapped, "so to speak. The number of possible customers can be enormously increased and, besides, the amount of electricity per house hold is steadily growing on account of its varied uses for heating, cooking, etc, ; '' ' ' Yet, gigantic as is the retail business of the Commonwealth Edison Company, it forms only one-third of its total business, two-thirds of which is wholesale. It supplies electricity to 1250 miles of street and elevated railway track and its service to smaller central stations extends 85 miles to the north, 55 miles to the south and 35 miles to the west of Chicago. Wouldn't you like to have an interest in a business so pros perous in the present and with such a splendid outlook for the '. future? ' Well, you can. You can become a stockholder in the greatest electric central station organization in the world, and receive 6 dividend per year possibly more on your stock. ihis stock is listed on the Chicago Stock Exchange. We'll be glad to send you full information and answer all inquiries. Fill 'out and mail us this coupon. Russell, Brewster & Company Members: New York Stock Etching Chicago Stock EichMga. . 137 Adams Street, . Chicago, IU. ) jp y y y .', o. . ytfs . ' y y y y&fji Cairo. 111. Bulletin, III.