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THE CAIRO BULLETIN SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ioi lOlo!
ONE DOSE ENDS INDIGESTION relief in five minutes awaits every man or woman wlio suffers from a bad Stomach. Why not pet sor.-e now this mo ment, and forever rlil yourself of Stomach trouble and ItniigeUon? A dieted stomach nets t'ne blues jirul. IMln.-bles.". Gfvo it a good oat, then 1;ile Pa pe's Diapept-:a to start the ;ll I . stive juices working. There, will In no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or nictations of und:jo:cd food; no feeling like a lump oi lead In tlic stomach or heartburn, sick headache Bi.and Dizziness, and your food will not ferment and iroison your breath with nauseous odors, Pape's Dlapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here, and will relieve the most obstinate case of indigestion and Up set Stomach in five minutes. PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rataa For ClasaMa Notti Obs iaiertiom, jwr wort..... Jl Thrta Insertions, per -rar4... .2 On week, per word.... .M Oh month, per word If No advertisement lmaarta tor leas tb&m twenty-fire eenta. FOR RENT. FOR R1NT Count ft Renmle bolldlng at Thirty-fourth and Com mercial suitable (or ealeon, Kent reasonable. D. T. McCarthy. FOR RENT Modern front room. 213 Fourteenth Btreet FOR REIfT House. Apply to P. A. Doud, of Fourth street. '. FOR RENT Furnished rooms 310 Seveenth street. Convenient to Alex ander Club and The Wenger. FOR RENT Furnished Walnut street. rooms G04 FOR RENT No. 824 Twenty-fourth street, modern cottage, T rooms and hall. Hot water heat In all :'rooms, large basement, large modern ' bath. New house. $20.00 to good tenant. Apply on premises or C. R. Stuart Agency. " FOR RENT Furnished or unfur nished flats, The Frances. Call on Mrs. Farrow or phone Home 338K. FOR RENT Modem cottage, ply to 219 Seventh street. Ap- FOR SALE. .FOR SALE Roll top desk, one standing desk, typew'riior, Huwa scare stake wagon, harness, horse, etc., Inquire Bloms-Halfiday Co. ' FOR SALE Gasoline launch Adolpn, "3 feet long, 8 foot beam, 2) h, p. engine. Cheap If taken at once. C. E. Hamilton. FOR SALE Largo size Shetland pony, good style, also runabout. 2!t01 Elm. V6r SALE Beautiful Mahogany Upright Piano, magnificent tone. Retail price $,",50 now $175.through Prof." Kiener, factory ' representative. 702 Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. State of Illinois, Alexander Cou.i ty ss. In the Alexander County Circuit Court, October term, A. D. 1910. The Lazarus 'Company, plaintiff vs. Frank Long, defendant In Attach ment. Notice is hereby given that a auk by Attachment has been commenced jn said court In favor of the above named plaintiff against the estate of Bald defendant, tor the sum of Oix Hundred Twenty Two and 78-100 dol lars. Now, therefore, unless said dec FIRST BANK AND TRUST CO. 609-611 Ohio Street, Cairo, Illinois. At commencement of business September 2nd, 1910. Rksourckh tiottua and Diticuiiuta Bonds and Securities ..... Banking Houee Steel Vaults aud Fixtures Cash and Duo fruui other Banks 1 J. S. AlSTRORPK, Rkkd Grkkn, Peter Bait, v W. H. Wood. 6S II There nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach ans cleanses the stomach and intestines, and, besides, onesingledose will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your fooil the same as a sound, heal thy stpmach would 1T0 It. ' When Dlapepsin wqr'-s, your stom ach pests gets' Itself in order, cleans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will- do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to take a little Dlapepsin. Tell iyour druggist that you want Pape'i Diapepsin, because you Want to become thoroughly cured this time. Remember, if your stomach fee's out of order and uncomfortable now, you can get relief In five minutes. WANTEB. WANTED Plae for general house work In private family. Apply 32O0 Sycamore; Home phone 536L. WANTED House pf six or seven rooms, modern in fevery way. T. J. Flack, Rhodes-Burford's. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED 50 Union Carpenter? for work on factory buildings at Mo llne, 111., three or four months work. Will pay 45c per hour, and will re fund one-half 6f railroad fare at eni of first week and balance at end of second week. Apply Leonard Con struction Co., care of Deere & Cot., Moline, 111. ' v " WANTED First class painters and paper hangers. M. J. Mahaffee, 1713 Commercial avenue. WANTED Young man to sell goods on railroad trains. Must 'have cash security. Apply Big Four News Stand. WANTED Men to learn Barber Trade. Practice furnished by fre work. Careful instructions by experts. Few weeks completes. , Tools .given, board secured.; Experience' !in Ifchops before completing. Catalogue: mail ed free. Moler Barber College, St Louis, Mo. ' 1 WANTED Two boys 16 years ITenckell s Soda Fountain. old. HELP WANTEDFEMALE. WANTED White nurse to take care of two small 2414 Elm street. children. Apply MISCELLANEOUS. TRY Our Bargain Counter, for sell ing or buying cheap real estate. Spec ial Department, Easterday Abstract Co., Buder Block. TOSITION1 WANTED By man of general business, experience, office and bookkeeping. Address "Book keeper," this office. MAN of 25 wants work of some .i:il Can do any kind of woik. Home a, 812. WANTED r.iosi lion by young man capable of doing office work, Excel le"t references. Address P.' O. Box' G.7). : fendant shall appear on the first day of the next term of said Court, to be holden at the court house in Cairo, on the 10th day of October A. D. 1910, and give bail and plead as required by law, judgment will be entered against him and tha estate so attach ed sold. . Cairo, Illinois, September 8th, 1910. ALFRED BROWN Clerk. LANSDEN & LANSDEN, Plaintiff's Attorneys, or carda fer the game of MS, ! usd by Matron's Club, tor sale it this offlae. -CONDENSED STATEMENT- $ STOMACH Liabilities CapHai-Stock Surplua Fuud Undivided Profits f&4ifcTYe; for Interest....!: Deposits L. 911,021.03 -jo.ooo.qp 70.00O.QU 299,954.87"' $1,693,20.70 ; PIKRCTORS II. S. Candke, II. E. Ha u.ida y, , , Paul G, Schuu, ;; ' ., . , .. , ; ; ,. v f ; Stocko, Bonds, Cereals I UMMiiiiii ittttniiiiiiiiunHiiiM "" , - m DULLNESS Hangs Over the Stock Market Many Indications That Depres sion is not Temporary. New York., Sept. 9. The contingent of Professional boarfi room traders which has made up the recent stock markets showB a dwindling tendency. The discouragement of efforts to move prices proves too much. Tha listless Indifference to every variety of news developments becomes more and more pronounced. The stereo, typed explanation of a 'waiting atti tuie loses force with the passing events which are supposed to be awaited without reviving any show of activity in the dealings. That the stagnation of the market Is not expected to be merely tempo rary is shown by the general reduct ion of office and clerical forces which is going on amongst the brok erage houses. The Price of stock' exchange seats is ratting as another index of the low ebb to which purely stock market operations have fallen. The meager daily transactions were made up of transactions ; between board room members themselves, and upwards of half the total centered in two or three stocks. , Yesterday's unfavorable copper sta tistics were reflected In the decline In , the London price of the metal. Copper industrials were almost im jnovame in isew yorx m common with the rest pf the market. Business fo the day made a nev low record of activity for fie year . NEW YORK MONEY. , Money on call easy 1 per rent closing bid 1. Time loans weaker: sixty days 34 per cent. Nine'y days 414 per cent. Six months 4. Prime mercantile paper 5V& f C per cent, --Sterling exchange steady demand $48C.l0;i ? sixty days ;483f;) 483.40. Bar silver i NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, Sept. 9. Today Yesterday I Close Close 63 mv2 977 99 102 . 4 n o lmj 28 28 V. 70 124 126 ., 18 48 lilV 52 41 110 113 '4, 27 127'i 100 fi3 138 29V. 111 22 1G( r.7 113 17 35 03 Amal Copper 63 Am- Susar RfS- ..117 . 97 .. 99 ..103 . 73 Atchinson.. .. DO. I'M. . . . B. and O ,B. R. T Q oij.l XT r C. M. and St. P. Colo. F. and I. . D and R. G ....118 .. 29 .... 29 Do. Tfd 70 Gt. Nor. Pfd Illinois Central .. ..127 TUTer. Mets 18 Do. Pfd 48 L. and N. ........ ..1441 ,Mo. Pae 32 M. K. and T 30 N. Y. C tl'0 Nor. Pac 1 13 Pac. Mall rs :'Pcjnn ..128 People's Gas lOGVi Do. PTd fi3 Reading 138 Rock Island 29 Sou. Pac,.- m Sou. Ry. 22 Union Pacific 1C5 U. S. Steel fi7 Co. Pfd ijg Wabash 16V4 Do. Pfd 35 Western Union .... C3 GOVERNMENT BONDS Refunding' 2's reg ..101 101 ' Kefd 2's Coupon .,..101 "101 Registered 3's ......101 101 Coupon 3's .-.101 101 New 4's reg ,113 m New 4's Coupon ....115 115 250,000.00 50,000.00 . 30,505.81 ;.i...5,op'd.c 1,557,820.85 $1,693,320.70 Thos. P, Cotter, 1 VV, P. IIali.idav, Tiios. J. Smyth, PROVISIONS. BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS Stca iy , and utichanged. , 'COFFEE Futures opened steady at an advance of 5 points, but closed' generaii agio lower under realizing and in response to the sharp break in the French market. There seem ed no lack of buyers on the scale uown, and while there were further i declines during the day, the market closed steady at net lower point. Sales 71,0) bags; Sept. $8.20; spot firm-, No. 7 Rio 10; mild firm; Cordova 1113'4. SUGAR Raw steady: Muscavado 89 Ttest $3.80' centrifugal 90 test 4.30 :'( moiasses sugar sa test 3.G1; refined steady. DUN'S WEEKLY REVIEW. wew i oi'K, sept. 9. The contini,- ance of mixed conditions and indu. try is less pronounced in the pro ductive sections fiiati ?u the dlst 1- buting markets. It shows most clear ly: in the speculative ami financial centers, which are exceedingly sens't- live to political Influences, it is also felt In some Industries, there being an uneven development In trade. But in spite of the reaction, a vast aggregate of business ;ieing carried on, making really a high average of transacTTins. There Is for the mo--: part an optimistic feeling as to the immediate future in sjiite of the re action. There was some check fo the rapid decline in production as indicated by the returns covering trie output dur ing August, which, while the smallest total lnce July 1909, compares close ly wjth the figures for the previous months., Inquiries for ptg iron are increasing in the Pittsburg district. but the .actual new "business shows litle expansion. Reports from leading Jobbers indi cate distribution. Footwear lines continue quiet. BANK CLEARINGS. New York, Sept. 9. Total ,ban clearings compiled by Brndstreets fm- the principal cities in the Unite I States ast ...week $2,279,92G,i'0i j?gpi,n$ ,$.29fl,nno n the corres j)oipdfiigweek 'last year. Prices of Wheat Continue Dropping World's Shipments Are Very Enormous Corn Strong. Chicago, Sept. !. YI IK AT World shipments, expected to be the largest m record, proved a heavy load on irlees today. The close was at a net Inline of Vi to 5T'2. The cloai.ig lour and the first thirty miuuies of ;he session were the weakest periods of the day. During most of the Inter vening lime, shorts covered freely, much strength coining from corn. which was being influenced iby cold weather and big s.iipplng and export sales. "Wheat speculators, however, recurred constantly to the unp.ei'e- lented total of "tiie world shipments, 17,600,0J'. bushels.. These figures were contrasted wit'.) 13.37fi,O0O tost week, and 9,000,000 bushels a year ago. Arstralla, Argentina, India, Russia and the Danutw all seemed rying to outdo each other in furnlsh iis supplies. December opened fl.00,4fil.;)0,,&; ilgh 1.01; low .99 "j, 1.00; closed t.i1.0u,.,; Seirteuiber .95; May I.O(iMtl.(.(iV4:.No. 2 red 07 '4 98: Vo. o red 9.'fr!)7'A; No. 2 hard 97U! 1.00; No. 3 hard 95fi9fl. . . CX5RN Closed U higher to lower. A general awakening occurred in the domestic, and export trade. Tiie main reason was that freezing weath- r prevailed in t,ie northwestern edge of the belt and that frost was official ly predicted for tonight in the lead ing corn states. Vessel "room . has been chartered here for 1,. 100,000 bushels. December oiiened .55j55; high 36; 'low -5a ; closed firm af oK& 564i September , 57; May S9Vs a.i'k ; casn ousmess was uepressen eady, varTced buf Jiecame activ and ad- ced later;, No. 3 57U&57V6; No. 2 white .B7'457; No. 2 yellow 57 W 57; No. 3 iiG50 ! No. 3 white 5G57; IVo. 3 yellow 57. OATS Closed Vhigher to a shade off.. Big sales were the order of tbf lay iu oats. The market was helped by the strength in corn and by the ieneral indications of the laying in of larger supplies than are believed possible. December opened 3 1 ft 35 ; Tiigh 35(& low 3il4; closed' J5; M4y-:7T 68851 No- 2 30 V N0. 2 hfte.sq31?; No. 3 white 324& U; utanJard 33 34. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. , Chicago, Sept. 9. The following par loads represent the day's niovo- ments: .. ; , Flour 42 (7 Wheal 1 1- 1.13,'. , ' ?,2 Corn full 43 Oats 2.r.0 221 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis, Sc.it, 9. WtHKAT. Sept. ll.OOtt; Dec.. 1.1J 1401,114; May 1.1-5 J4; cash about steady; N6. 1 northern MlQUi;,; No. 2 north ern 1.071.10. FURTHER DECLINES rttttttuttttitf.ttfLft.tttittftttttfttiif) Bla;k Si'i-HtMi VYirn pr square Vif-,t . 1 J-4c (ifllvmnzt'd V 1 1 te Virf "ju.tr fom . . 3c Hronr' v't-hi Wir-.q.inv t'i ; 8c S!iirwu-.Wtlhumt Ji riettv ieif 'im.i ji -r ' ifil lri fl.7f Liquid Vuwf l" tti'1 V iwnt-i jtur xiltl-, KELLY BRO?. LUMBER CO. t t!.JlAA M J 5 wfftn mwtk. Alexander County National Bank CaplUI 10.ett. Surplus SlOt.MI Alexander County Savings Bank SR3 CaplltqiSO.tM Sirrplu SSMtl Combined Capital and Surplus $300,010 E. A. Bllliri. rraldol. CI1ARI KS r EDCII I PH. Vlo.rrt.,ldat C. O. PATIRR, Vlcr-Prmldrol r l.'R. OAMIOA. Caahlor. FRANK SPKXH, Caahlar iOIRFCTORS B. A rvnor Thna. Hnyd Charles Tewchlff J. H. Oalliflaa Wm. Klatfa ;D. S. Laasdasi C V. HmV Ooortfa Parana C. O. Pallat ; 1. Tblatlcwoou. . Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Prompt atleotSoo lo all banking miners entrosted U as. r'-1- " " " ' - 'yyv NEW YORK GRAIN. New York, Kept. 9. WIIKAT He ceipts H.fiiiO; sliipinents. i8,2ur; spot l-arely steady; No. 2 re'l $1.01 rlc valor I'li.l 1.n I ' i f.d.;). a,.o;i!: No. I lKiillicin iirliiili f.o.l). to ar- live. Futures were irregular hut on titp whole fict today until the last hour Alien reactions occurred under predictions for hig world's shipments this week. Closed net; lower; Sept. 1.04 i; Dee. 1.07. CORN Receipts 2,230; spot steady; , N'o. 2 15 elevator iloniestlc basis to arrive; No. 2 f.o.b. Hfloat. Futures dosed Vi net higher. Sept. ()(,; Uec 0P4. OATS Receipts 02,525; spot 'bare ly steady; new standard w.ilte "7: No. 2 white "SVi. Futures steadier, closing net higher; September :7; Phrremlwr 4i. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chlrago, Sept. 9. flATTLK. Re I'fipts 2,000; steady; 'beeves $t.S05i S.'IO; western steers 4.SOtf.7.2: stoclt ei and feeders 4.01'C' (.1W) : cows nnd heifers .2MW 0.r,0; calves 7.009.2r.. HOfiS Receipts 10,0uo; rathe rslow at ! early advance; light $9.2,"(i7 9.S5; mixed H.(0i?i 9.70; lieavy 9. 10fr !..r)il; rough 8. 10ft S.S3; good to choice hom y 8.U7J? 9.i0; hulk of sales 8. "jiff !i.:;'. SHRKP Recoipls 10,000; steady; natives $2.Srffi 1.5.7: yearlings 1.75 r 5.75; lambs 5.257.10. ST. LOUIS CATTLE. , SI. Louis, Seiit. . CATTLK.- Re ceipts 4.500; ' steady ; native tfliippinc and export steers $7.r.5r 8.10; dressed Uef and btrfciier stee-rs 7.00fff 7.55: stockerg and feeders 5.73; cows and heifers ZM)(ii (i.75; Texas aud In dian steers - 3.50if0.f0. - lfOC.S Receipts 3.300; J015c higher; pigs and lights $9.7j.85: packers 9.40fi9.fi5; butchers and "best heavy 9.fi09.80. . ' SHRRP Receipts 2.2U0; si l ong; native $1.004.25; lambs 5.r,Of?i 0.73. . , To get tne Associated Press news m Cairo toii must read The- .Bulletl. Candidate Candidates and 1 heir friomU wlien sending in coupons rn iy ttr mtit in l.ti ndta of lgV -with tlic name on top loujion. v. ...V... ........ ,. ;.T' ' ' ' 1 llllM lt Mt t t t 1 1 For Ok tui j VUof rrvrr fliif ,! btx known r tht onl lure o 'or llhi I Mifl ravel and n Blllnnt anrt wlri himmi 4, Bloo Purlfliif uut la hniiirit or ran howt rstm they tisva on iquki For Sale l air liti D n)!sh C::ai'oe It Had Wings. Utile i .u's father caufeht a hat In tl!" b:rri..;'!i.l b.-otiKht It; In to show to I;!;-; .Mi!i!l xon, nskiiig him what he l!'oii'..lit It w-iiK. "Oil, papal" said i lii 1 1, i.,.,. ..f. . .., The IteHnr-nW eJ" ' t. RHEUMATISM PAINFUL & DANGEROUS J J ;. Rheumatism 3 due to a discaso condition of the blood cella and cor ptiscles, brought about by an cxpm of uric ncid in the circulation. It. if not only a very painful disease but n txtremely dangerous trouble, Tlf briny, acrid stale of the blood gradu ally forms a coating over the muscles, and by depositing a cement-like sub stance in the joint -a fr. fluently termi nates fatally, or leaves its victim a hopeless cripple. It is natural tp "doctor " the spot that Iiut-ts, and it is quite right to use liniments, hot appli cations, etc., to get temporary reliel from a painful joint or swollen tendon; but Rheumatism is not a skin disease, and such things, when depended on alone make one careless, and the dis ease gets a firmer hold on the blood. S. S. S. cures the disease because it is the greatest of all blood purifiers. ,t goes into the cir culation, fnd re moves t very particle - f , the irritating , .uric acid, bun h f the blood, makes it rich and oily, and in this v way pre pares it for the proper nourishment of all joints, muscles, nerves and bones. If you kave Rheumatism, get the uric acid OUt of the blood by taking S. S. S., a purely vegetable medicine, and enjoy freedom from its misery. Book cn Rheumatism and any medical advice free to nil who write. ' THE BWiFT SPECinO 00., Atlsnts, (s. V0II;AK1K.K H-ptemlr lO, 110... (. .Cairo Bulletin Grand Automobile Contest. GOOD FOR ii 1 0 Votes ..: f li.W. N.tlT V rnm I'uprr or IH Not n Last Day For Enrollment Today will be the last day that yujdU who wish to enter the Cairo' public schools for tthe first time will have a chance to register before th opening day which Is Monday, Sept. 12. There is always a rusl' flinthjs opening day uiiitf Su;:. Clemrinen ail-visi-s thi).-.e fio would in .enrolled to see him at his office at the high bchool building this morning from 3 until 12 o'clock1 and they, will be taken care of wit hout any trouble some delay. HOME , ; VISITORS EXCURSION To Points In Ohio, Indiana and Lcoisylllt. Hj. Tuesday, September 20, una INDIANAPOLIS and return CIN'CINCINATI and return LOUISVILLE and return .. DAYTON and return" SPRINGFIELD and return . .16. U0 .17. 0O .$7.00 .$7.00 .$7,00 SANDUSKY and return $7.59 COLUMBUS and return . . . . . ;.'7.59 Corresponding rates to Intermediate points. Tickets good going oregu lar trains.' . . j V4i Return Limit, 30 Days. . For tickets and full information call on J. F. Dyas, Agent Big Four Route. H. J. Ftheln, G..P. A. Cincinnati, O. O,;. P. 0 1(2 t it- OSTEOPATHY! P. A. STEVENS. U. D. D. 0. Specialist la Chronic Diseases. 711 Oom'l Ave. ' FhoDeVtll L i CAtlO. III. Cairo City Transfer Line uccessors tg 6tlu A Waltara 1 il. H. KIERCE, Prof. ... vll Kinds of Hauling Don PromptlD ; ; loth Phons'12l. ; . tM Corhmirelsr AvsnOs, Calr, lib -THE BIG STORE 1100 WASH INOlfON AVENUE. Jsslsrs In averythmg that is good t Sat, Uaa an Waar. Exclutlva Agant 't BLANK!' Calabrataal ,Caff ' MOBILE & OHIO R R (Corrected to Sept. 1st. 1910.) Time of Trains at Cairo. M airo. M 3 " . i . Northbound Express, Daily lv.. No. 2 No 4 .2:10 ftn. Express, Daily lv 1:45 a.m. Southbound Express, Dally 1v...,1:"b p.m. express, Dally lv 1:45 .ni.' J. H. JONES, Agent. No. 1 No. ' 3 River Transportation. Lee line Steamers EXCURSION SEASON NOW ON . PASSENGER RATES Ona Way TO - Round Trf .14 00 tt-(fM' M0 14.80 M(Pphli 750 Mails A SaHh Irjcludad anreuU enlt aOOO MUSIC. GOOD TIME. 1 . 1 l For St. Louis and Way Leadings STACKER LEE -Saturday Night For Memphis and Way Landings. REE8 LEE : Saturday Noon HALLIOAY A PHILLIPS WHARR MA.T CAIRO. ILL. 1 jr 3 'J Si District No. ,4rnntr't. i CjRjj the satisfactory beverage X f Carbonated in bottlei. t . I r beliciouWholorheJ 1 -' Thirst-yuchcliing ' Relieve fatigue S