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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913. . H h4 r " PERSONALS Mlsg Haehel Hodge of Mounds. waa a visitor here yesterday. Chris Koliar and Ralph Srhuler of Mound City, were visitors here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank . Spencer epent Sunday with relating at Villa Ridge. Benjamin Foley will leave today lor Goreville, !.!., where he will visit for secvral days. Taul M. Clendcnen returned last evening from his vacation spent at points in central Illinois. Harry Becker, manager of the 1'a dr.cah, Ky., branch of the Andrew Lohr Bottling company, spent Sun day in Cairo. Mrs. E. A. Buder and daughter, Miss Minnlo returned , yesterdaj from an extensive trip through ths east, and Canada. Mr. and Mrs, William Aird re turned to Cairo yesterday after spending the pas! week at Mr. Aird's farm near Goreville, 111. James Quinn left yesterday morn ing for a visit with ti is daughter, Mrs. A. II. Moore of Kankakee, 111. He will also isi t other relatives in Chicago. Dr. N. V. Cox has returned home from a t-ip to Springfield where hn was appointed head of the Stat" Board of Dental Examiners by Gov ernor Dunne. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Richey, daughter, Averil, Miss Cecil Richey, of Indianapolis. Miss Hattie Haw ley and Joe Martin, of Mound City, spent last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ent of Twenty-sixth and Park avenue. Thos. J. Smyth returned last evening from New York, where he wr.s called by the death of his broth er, the late Wm. P. Smith, who was accidentally drowned in the Hast river, aecord'ng to the finding of the coroner's jury. The remains were interred in the Evergreen cemetery, Brooklyn. ' Taking Big Chances. It is too great a risk to depend upon neighbors or sending for medicine in case of a sudden attaek of bowel complaint. In almost every neighborhood someone has died from chole-a morbus that could easily have been saved had the prop er medicine been at hand. Then think of the suffering that must be endured until medicine can be ob tained . The cafe way is to keep at hand a botle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has never been known to fail and has undoubtedly saved the lives of many people. Buy it now. It only costs a quarter, For sale by all dealers. FIRST PHOTOCRAPH OF POPE PIUS TAKEN SINCE RECENT ILLNESS COLLEGE GIRL WALKER GOES 25 MILES A DAY Pittsburg. Pa.. July ST. With a jaunty rose colored hat Miss Gladys Mason, a petite New Yorker, who is "fooling il" from Broadway to the Golden Gate, arrived here late lat night. The little pedestrian left New York cn June 29 and has averaged twenty-five miles a day. Her high mark for a day is forty-one ni :!'.. made each of Harrisburg. .Miss Mason is twenty-two years old and is a graduate of Emerson college, Boston. She expects f reach San Francisco ThanUsgh in-day. v . :-n Wl i 1 ON HER KITCHEN STOVE. It is Interesting to note that the most successful remedy lor woman's ills was originally prepared nearly forty years ago by Mrs. Lydia K. Pinkham of l.ynn. Mass., by steep ing roots and herbs on her kitchen stove and supplied to her friend and neighbors w'thout cost. In fame spread; the den. and grrw until now mil t .m- of roots and herbs are used : u. h year in order to supply this I'ai. ous remedy whi; h has proved t ich a marvelous suc cess in controlling diseases of wom en. Merit alone could have stood this tf?t of time. mi M IX. II M M im "The Store of Quality" NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS OF THE LATE FRED J. THOMAS. Parties who left goods for repairs with the late Treil J. Thomas, will p'ease rail for same at the First Bank and Trust Company. Gil Ohio street.. All goods not called for with in thirty (30) days will be sold for charges. FIRST BANK AND TRUST COM PANY. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Administrators of the Estate of FRED J. THOMAS. Monday Specials July 21st, 1913. lOt 65c CORSETS -AT 39c Monday from 2 to 4 p. m , we will offer 100 Lace trimmed Corsets, made of best coutil. a 65c value at 65c SEDO SIIK AT 39c 39c TOL-Ih) TO SEE THE NIAGARA. Tiled), 'aio. July Ji'i. A great 'loify welcome has been planned for Niagara' the old flapship of Commodore Perry, to be brought lure tomorrow on a tour of the lakes. She will . bo conveyed by pilitia from other states. 39c I THjE KIM MEL nil To Whom Concerned: This is to certify that if any party or par ties have circulated a report or caused a report to be circulated that THE KIMMEL THEATRE is or was on the Unfair List of the Central Labor Union of this city, or any other Union in this city, as far as I know, it is absolutely FALSE in every respect, and there was positively no occa sion for such a report being circulated. I can heartily endorse Mr. Kimmel as a union man. Signed: R. L. FINNEY, President Central Labor Union, Cairo, 111. L. That Tope Pius hai fully regained his. health, at least, so far as Ills ap icararue goes, is indicated by photo graphs which have just arrive! in' the l'uit"d States. 'Ih-e wen- the; first taken since March. wh n his life was despaired of. The pinna-1 graphs show him to be n nnverf.'t I md heavy as ever, and there is nothing to indicare that he h.io any kind of weakness. M. J. HOWLEY Heal Estate Agent NOTARY PUBLIC P-tilllh-l iie. If you want to sell your property; If ou want to buy"; If yoa wact rent collected, call at 732li Coriimercial Avenue. id oooooooooooooo 0 o EOTIIE. I wish to state that I have fold my interest in the Ameri can StKim Laundry and that all these who are indebted to ni" will please make payment brf.re August 1. MRS. L. C. HERBERT. 7-2 X It. ooooooooooooo .1. W. GHKIF Justice of the IVace Notary Fuhllc hm! IVnntoi) 1 laira Ag lit Adjuring and Collection cl Claims uttKe tki;s Washington Ae. JUST KKCr.IVED-AlI kinds of Fall Turnip, Mu-tard, Spinach, Kale and Kidisu Sted by OTTl) FA11 K, Cairo, 111. Tenth and Washington Ao. neautiful. toft, clinginK Pun.mer Silk, colors are. pink, light bltj . and red, brown, old rose and green positively worth il5c. CUarance Pale Price f ace Curtains. Worth hp to S7.50, at S1.98 All ;! yards long, some slightly soiled or mussed, only one or two pair of a kind, in most beautiful designs, values ffM QQ up to $7.r0. Clearance Sale Price wIlUU' S1.50 WHITE PARASOLS AT 98c Handsome Hand Kmbroidercd White Parasols, perfect in recard to workmanship, our regular $1.50 quality at Besides this, we offer great concessions on all our Summer ParaBols, of which we have a fair assortment left. Great Reduction in Our Suit Department Suits with Gur.ronted lining Art "ff" - NU0 98c our ?l.nn values, at 10c MUSLIN AT 7c l-'iu -j Soft Iilea' hed Muslin, of A I quality, from C to 2 to 4 p. m NEW LINE OF RATINE 7c Je.st received lh- most popular fabric of the season, in white, blue, pink, tan. srey and brown Specially priced at . . SILkTiE ROYAL AT 48c te, blue, 25c CITY NEWS IN BRIEF KEEP KOOL 35 laches Wide, unsurpasse in regard to wear, the ery thing for street dresses, in handsome grey striped di-slgns, at per yard '. BIG HAW ANA CIGARS Are Mi)d and pras!'nt Will Not Cau4e Nervansnes i or Headache FRANK. E. DAVIS, M'f'r, M2de rf the c&t Havana lobaco Obtainable CAIRO. ILL. The police records show that so far his rrv-nt!i !!nr have only been lt"n arrests tor violations of the city and stafp laws, nine beina; for the latter. Over '.," -,-. Ie,?;i col lected in lines and re 's !".;:n these 151 violators of the city ordinaneps. While the number of arrests were numerically les than the same cor resiiondii.? period in 1012 the col lections of tines and costs were jreaMy in excess. The city council will meet in regular weekly session this morn ing at 10 o'clock. Although there were a large num ber of visitors in the city yesterday there were no disorders or arrests found necessary. Numerous Cairoites made up "RiSfeina;" parties yesterday and went tip to Horseshoe Lake and spent the day. His Indigestion Cnred at last. Alter spending hundreds; of dollars for medicine and treatment for in difiestU n and constipation with only tmporary r"!ief, C. H. Hines, of Whitlow. Ark., was permanently tured by Chamberlain's Tablets. Kor sale by all Uruggiat3. 1 5! i" KEEP KOOi 48c ALEXANDER COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Capital $100,000. Surplus $!CO,CC0. ALEXANDER C01NTY SAVINGS BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus $SC,0CO. Combined Capiial and Surplus $300, E. A. Budcr, President. Chas. Feuchter, Vice-rrci. C. 0. Patier, Vice-Pres. J. M. Galligan, Cashier. Prank Spencer, Ais't. Cashier. E. A. Buder, C. V. Neff. Wm. Kluge, N. B. Thistlewood, D. S. Lansden. DIHECT0R3 u j J. H. Galligan, Thos, Boyd, il s George Parsoni, Charles Feuchter, C. 0. Patier, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Prompt Attention to All Banking Matters Entrusted to TJl. And So Hav3 Many Others. Jakes "Norway has a midnight run." Rakes "That's nothing. So have I," Iialtimore American. ... -... II- 'i-lS.'" , , -.l'.MJ.l '. L' '. .. "!. ."I.""" ". '" "" ' OH WA-NWQt rBRC'Tl Stt.LffaVS) A.. "SET' BIM CCW, cuTEt, i Jm 0?kr sk Wm, e " " . " - r .... rri . Equal in Earthquake Zone. As far as earthquake activity Is con cerned, Italy and Japan are about on a par. VIHAT Sm IR AGENUZ.?M. I M TTSrf?uASiT' Victor- '. Tuen I VtonT NET- v' V S - 71 Coprnlldi)Pper Syndicate. r. . .au - Ci - sr. fjoNT 66 To' . 0 MUflPl o ni 1 U' -v-w... ST wv,!