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CHILUCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. i 1906 SIT s THERE ARE 4642 DrfAMSHOPS IN MISSOURI Oat of Thirty-Seven Counties Voting- on Local Option. Recently Thirty Adopted It Jefferson CHty Bureau of The Ohililcot-he CONSTITUTION Jefferson City, Mo., September 1 1906:—Figures pertaining to the dramshops and local option in Missouri have been lately gathered and compiled in an official way and are today made public. During the month of July the county clerks of the 114 counties were requested to furnish reports of the number of licensed saloons in the counties, the increase or decrease if any in the number of taloons liceneed during the previous six months, the vote for and against local option in the counties where the voters have been afforded an opportunity lately to express their choice of the question, and if the question of local option was being agitated in the counties. Reports have been received from all the counties and show the following results: Total iiu'nber saloons in Missouri including 3 large citias, 4C4ii Number counties voting on local option recently, 87 Number counties adopting local option, 30 Number counties rejecting local option, 7 Total vote cast in favor of local option in 37 counties. 45971 Total vote cast against local option in 37 counties, 31-J89 Majority of vote in favor of local option 14482 According to tho reports reports received nine other counties of the state have no saloons, making a total of 39 non- saloon counties in Missouri, not including a few large towns in these counties which are not affected D.y local option in the counties. Local option is being agitated In 14 other counties and in some instances special elections have been ordered to afford the voters an opportunity to vote on the question. The reports show there were less saloon licenses issued during during the first six months of this year than during the last six months of 195f>. ^ITY REAL ESTATE. Modern slate-roof, brick veneer. S-room dwelling, largo lot, tine sliadeaud fruit, title location. „ 4-room, almost new dwelling, near Central school, price 1650. ; Sice 6-room dwelling, near Oentral school 3ood cellar, south front, price J95U. 4-rooin, new 1 story dwelling on Hayunrd street, price $500. 25-room alnn st new dwelllnnand barn and lot sand barn, price $700, no»r Industrial Home. The last four dwellings belong to nonresident and have to sell. Farms. lOOatres Land—40 acres line corn land, balance timber, blue grass pasture, nnfttil- tUK spring, J2.500, $SOO down balance- (i percent. 7O-aore Farm—4-room dwelling, barn and ont-bnildlngs, JO acres line corn land, balance rolling blue grass pasture, on R. b. I)., »nd telephone line, unftillnK spring in pasture, price $i I TO. TWO down balance ut fi pi r cent. I liavo large list of all kinds of Real Estate and can salt you. Money loaned at S, Band 7 per cent on city and farm land. Insurance •written In companies that pay losses on forms and city property. Office acros- street from Post office. L N. PAGE. GREATEST BARGAIN -IN- FARMLANDS, PASTURt LANDS, GiTY PROPERTIES. Prices on Best Crop-Growing Lands in Kansas ranging from $30 to $40 per acre. Invest now and double your money in five years or less time. Correspondence given ready reply. All calls of prospective buyers given courteous attention. LEBO LAND & LOAN CO. LEBO." KANSAS. COFFEE Co MEN AND WOMEN, Use Bis G for unnatural <Jisch»rgo9,lafll«um»tion«, irritations fir ulceratioifl ol mil cons nienibranei'. Painless, and not astringent or poisonous. by' CSP tl.OO, or .Circular «eu*. on renowt- HOLLISTER'S Bocky Mountain Tea Nuggets t Busy MadinlTm for Busy Foopfe. firings G«ldea Ee»ltb and Eeoewed Vigor. andKidi flDd Backacl!e.™It ; sRoflKT"fio»»tnin'Tea inlaf,- !pt form. 85 o»sU ft boi. GfmUae maUc- TZE Eat* oamw. Madhwu, Wi-s, NU5&ETS ttft SALLOW Huny, like a cyclone, whirls you along at a rate that quickly exhausts your energ-/, and leaves, you a nerveless, wretched, broken-down physical wreck. ,Worry acccunplishes the same results in another way. It drags you through the dark, gloomy tunnel of forbodings, wrecks your nerves and breaks down t'ne constitution. Then don't hurry; don't worry. But you will; and your nerveless, exhausted condition brings headaches, neuralgia, heart, stomach, liver and kidney troubles. The thing to do is: Strengthen the nerves with Dr. Miles' Nervine. *'.-• "Six months I was bedfast -with nervous prostration. I had sinking Bjtells. a cold, clamy feeling, couldn't Bland the slightest noise. At times I would almost fly to pieces; stomach very weak. My husband insisted on my taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I •began to improve before I had finished the first bottle, aud to-day I am entirely cured." MRS. JOSEPH SNTDER. 224 Ilinkcn St., TilFin, O. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will nuarantee that tho first bottle will benefit. If It fails. h« will refund your money. Miles Medic-! Co., Eikliart. Ind ENGLAND SUFFERING FROM HEAT London. Aug 31—Tho last day of August is breaking all heat rcC*- ordti in this country. The official instruments at 2 o'clock this afternoon registered 91 degrees in the shade and 129 in the sun. A number of prostrations were reported.-The heat in England in general is so intense that in some plaees the judges presiding over the dignified county, courts are reported to be dispensing justice in their shirt sleeyes. MEEK A«D¥s MULES From tho Laredo Tribune. Bazel J. Meek of Chillicothe in company with L. V. Woods drove out to S.H. Norvell's Tuesdav and Mr. Meek exchanged 8500 for Nor- , veils fine team of mules. This team took first premium at the Chillieothe fair last week and is j no doubt the best team in all north Missouri. .A team owned by C. L. Browning which won third monev at the fair was looked at. ft 1 ' 9 Krafl VHavBiiffays Boiigtn ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by tho City Auditor of the city o! Chillicothe, Missouri, up to twelve o'clock noon, on the 12th day of September, 1906, for the doing of the work and labor necessary to construct a sewer on Jackson street from the west side of JeSer- son street, to the east side of Easton street, being a distance of about 573 feet. All the said work and labor shall be in full accordance with the plans and specifications therefore prepared by the city engineer and now on file in the city clerk's office, and in accordance with ordinance number , of tho ordinance of the city of Chillicothe, Missouri, calling for said improvements. The proposals must be according to form required and furnisn- ed by the city engineer. A certified check in the sum. of $25.00 must accompany each bid to insure the making of a contract. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved by the City Council. BUELL WIDELY, City Auditor. Stop Babies' Tears. Ninety per cent of babies' troubles are caused by disordered: stomach or bowels. They can all; be quickly cured by a few doses of that great digestive medicine, Dr. i Caldweil's (laxative) Syrup Pep-' siu. It digests curded milk, sweetens the breath, reduces fey r and relieves pain. Absolutely harmless to mother or child. Sure ro- lief in teething. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and §1.00._ Money back if it fails. ol NINETEEN SOLDIERS MUST DIE St. Petersburg, Aug. 31.—Tho iourt-martial of tho Sveaborg Mutineers, which was completed n Helsingfors today, sentenced nineteen soldiers and three civilians who took part in the uprising, to death. Thirty-three soldiers were sentenced to from twelve ;o fifteen years' imprisonment, ;hirty-three to five years' imprisonment and 500 to?o:ir months Dnly thirty persons were discharged during the trials. She is the pink of prettiness. Girls, be careful of your complexions. None should believe in "make up." Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea; "saves making up." Tea ot Tablets, 35 cents.—N. J. Swetland, A GENEROUS BILL POSTER One of the most generous concerns with which the advertising committee of the Good Roads convention has come in contact is the Kansas City Bill Posting company. This company was sent a number of lithographs to be posted in Kansas City advertising the convention. Instead of sending in a bill for this service, the secretary of the company, M. H. Hudson, Jr., has written Z. B Myers of the advertising committee that there will be no charge. He says: "1 have had the paper posted and as the cause is such a good one there will be no charges." There'is nothing so pleasant as that bright, cheerful, at-peace- with-the-world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast. There is nothing so conductive to good work and good results. The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow, a better workman, a bettor citizen than the man or woman who is handicapped by some disability, however slight. A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body, your thoughts and your disposition. Get away from the morbid- ness and the blues. Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond. Little indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you are. Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your m&a.s. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. VALUABLE BARN BURNED. Trenton, Mo., Aug. 31 —The barn of P. G. Fulkerson, a farmer living near here, containing SGOO worth of wool, 600bushels of corn, wagon, harness and farming implements, was struck by lightning yesterday and destroyed. Nothing in the barn, except, a buggy, was saved. The barn was worth §050. Mr. Fulkerson carried $350 insurance on the building. What is the difference between "I say and I do?" Most ready mixed paint makers say their paint costs less, yet when you come to ask the price you find it costs 25 to 30 cents a gallon more than Hammar Condensed Paint. Hammar Condensed Paint does save you money on your paint bill. Every gallon guaranteed, no risk. Sold only by Sauudors-Turner Lumber Co 23ad-wtf A FRIENDLY WARNING. From the Chula News. Chillicothe will be called on next week to show her capacity for caring for a multitude. Never before has she been asked to house a crowd like will be seen there next week. The event is one of almost national importance. Of far more interest than the Priest of Pallas or Mardi Gras, the crowd should easily number 50,000. The advertising has been reasonably well done. Railroad rates have been made. And be it known that 20,000 people can drive into Chillicothe with their "own teams on each of the three big days and get home the same day in the evening if they wish to do so. But it is of the people who stay more than a day we wish to speak. Can you care for these, Mrs- Chillicothe? Are you listening while we tell you that all other gatherings which have come before are as a handfull to what you will have on Good Koads week? Your hotels are inadequate even for the business which comes daily and regularly, hence they are not to be considered. It behooves you of Chillicothe to look about you and eee where you will house this multitude should it rain at night. Professor J. U. White, superintendent of the public schools at Brookfield and Republican candidate for atate superintendent of public instruction, was in the city Friday and called on the CONSTITUTION. Mr. White has been superintendent of the schools .-at Brookflold for ten years, and has been rcelected to that position in spite of his candidacy. MYSTEBYlToEATH OF MAN liouston, Mo., Aug. 31—Lum Stcvous, aged 23, of Clear Springs was killed, cither by accident of design, at his homo yesterday. Ho was alone in the house, his parents being somodistance away. They hoard a report and rushed to the house where they found Stevens with his head almost blown off. A gun was lying near him. Stevens was lying in the doorway when found. InEammatorv Kheuzrmtisra Cured 3 Days. Morton L. 111. of Lebanon, lud., says: My wife had! Inflammatory Rheumatism n overv muscleanU Joint: bur suffering was terrible and her body and face wen; swollen tttmosfueyoiul recognition: had been In bed for six weeks and had clKht physlciftns. Iiut received no beneilt until she tried the ilystlc Cun for Rheumatism. It s?avu immediate relief and she was able to walk about In th reo days. I am sure It saved her life." Sold by hiiN. J.'aw" tland 1'r g Co. NEWBAHKATBRAYMER. Front tin- Zirayrm-r IJeo. We learn from an authoriative source that Braymer is to have a new stato bank soon. The proposed capital of the new institution is to bo S25.000. There are fifty-four subscribers and 820,200 of the stock has been subscribed. The new institution is to occupy the building on South Main street now occupied by Proctor & Son as a racket store. The building will be entirely remodeled and it is said the new bank will open for business January 1, 1907. The new enterprise is headed by capable men and should be a success. £100 BE WAS D, $1 00. Tim ri.-niliM-s of this paper will he pluusecl t<> li.'nrn that tlu.Ti- Isiit li-ast one iln-adod dls.'iiii! tlmt sch.'iicii 1ms IHM-II alilo to euro In all its stamw, and tin- Is Catarrh. Hall's (Jiitnrrh (.'ura 1st lu> only positive' cure now known to the medical fraternity. C'atarrli iH'Jnii a i-oii.-itltutlonnl disease, requires a constitutional treatment,', flail's Catarrh Cure, is taken internally, aotinsi directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of th« system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and itlvluK the patient strength by buildiuir up tin) constitution aud assisting nature in dotyie Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all DruKalsts. T.'JC. Take flail's Family Pill for constipation BEPUBUCAHSCONFEB. A conference of Republican leaders, including J. U. White of Brookfield, nominee for state superintendent of public instruction, B. F. Beazell, nominee for congress, A. E. Fisher of Trenton, chairman of the Grundy county Republican committee, and a number local of politicians.was held in the court room in Chillicothe Friday. The presumption is that they took pencils and paper and carried this part of Missouri in handy shape. Also that some mention may have been mado of distributing the slush. CABBOLLTON VISITORS A delegation from Carrollton consisting of L. E. Tuley, police judge, A. B. Medlitb, Jr., city clerk, W. E. Brown, confectioner, and JudgePhilio Kinzey.ex-police judge, eamo up to attend Hagenbeck's circus Saturday. They prophesied the attendance of many people from their locality at the Good Roads convention. S T RONG Again it what Mrs. Lucy said tftar Kodol Dysp«p«lm Cure. Hondr«d» flfothtrwtsk woman »r» 'bailiff restored to perftot health by this remedy. YOUmiybs well if you will tain it Indigestion cant** nearly all the tick- ness that women hay*. It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organ* peculiar to women suffer—weaken, and became) diseased. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and asslmflate all of th« wholesome food that may be eaten. It nourishes the body, and rebuilds the weak organs, restoring health and strength. Kodol cores indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour risings, belching.heartburn and all stomach disorders. Digests What You Eat a K7S tho if 3 'lie Kind te Haw Always Rough! ," S"iY / •<?' " DoUubottl*hol<UIK tlmra a* mneh u th« j trial, or * ' 0. P, Clark, Druggist HUMPHREYS' Specifics cnro by acting directly on the ua'fc parfs without disturbing the rest of the system. 1 for Fevers. 2 " Worms. Teething. Diarrhea. Ko. Ko. No. No. No. No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 No. 13 No. U No. 15 No. 1C> No. 19 No. 20 No. 27 No. 30 No. 77 3 4 7 " Coughs. Neuralgia. Headaches. Dyspepsia. Suppressed PsriodB. Whites. Croup. Tho Skin. Klieauiatism. Malaria. Catarrh. Whooping Cough. Tho Kidneys. The Bladder. LaGrippo. In small bottles of pellets that fit tho vest pocket. At Druggists or mailed, 25c. each. SSr- Medical Unide mailed free. Humphreys' Jleii. Co., Cor. WJU!am& John Street* ifew York. OR. W.S. PERRY, Homeopath Office Rooms 1 and 2 Yfallbrutm builclintr. Residence 1542 west Calhoun St. Office ohone, No. 531; residence ohone. No. 593. All calls in citv and country answered promptly day or night. THE BIG, STORE IVTVEY-BARCLAY DRY GOODS CO. THE BIG STORE HREE WEEKS SPENT SHOPPING IN NEW YORK And obr Eastern "ercbaBd.se w* , have ever not only filled this house with the finest and most complete stock of W.i**«. goods a, prices which we wUibe unable «o d«pU- A SALE OF NEW PA LL GOODS to which every department in the Move goods in this department than ever before —and some surprising values for the early comer. We will have them ready Monday morning. At, 29c 10 pieces Wool Suitings—gray mixed colored over plait!: ">l inch—45c value. At,50c 20 pieces heavy weightjrray mixtures, ,% to 44 inches wide, worth to "oc. At, 50c 10 pieces Worsted-Tartan'and Oinbre Plaids, 38 inch: 75c values. 10 pieces 54 inch Fancy Cheviots: $1.00 goods. At,$!.00 100 pieces heavy woolen mixtures, 54 inch, plaid and checks for Coats aud Suits. $1.50 g-oods. At, $1.00 '25 pieces 54 inch worsted warp Droadclotlis, al* the selling shades. At,48c 40 pieces Mohairs. Voils, Panamas, fancy effects, suitable for waists and shirt waists suits, worth to Sl.OO yard. '00 remnants of Dress Goods and Suitings, all qualities and lengths at half value. SILKS ^ Fancv silk will be the most popular separate Waist Cloth. We will show a new line of exclusive- patterns Monday morning at $1.00 to S1.50 yard. At, 39c 400 yds fancy Taffetas and Louisiennes worth 50e At,48c •WO vards of Satin de Chenc, a soft lustrous silk, 19 inch, all best selling shades, for waists or dresses. worth li!)c. Afc59c 7 pieces. 27 inch, Changeable Taffeta, worth SI. At, 69c 2 bolts 36 inch blk Taffeta, soft finish, worth 90c. WASH GOODS Without doubt the finest iino of this class of fabrics we have ever shown, and at tho time when thux lire most needed. . v c 2,000 yds. of Printed Flanneletts in Kiraona and dress designs, worth 10u 4 000 yards Printed Flanneletts— Melrose and Ser#e weaves— every wanted color and pattern, worth 12Jc. At> lOc 50 pieces Percales and G inarms in all the new Fall designs. 150 pieces Percales and Ginghams in suiting ef- fects—polk-a-dot and tartan plaids-elegant patterns for school drosses^ 10 pieces 32-inch Manchester Chambrays in checks and plaids, worth 20c. 40 pieces 30-inch imitation French Flannels in large Ifimona designs. STAPLES 1,000 yds. of good quality apron and fancy cheek Ginghams. 300 pieces of Calicos—bright new goods in the very best qualities. At,5c 3,000 yards of best LL Muslm. 5,000 yds. Outing Flannels-light and dark colors—10 to 20 yd. pieces, worth lie. 30 pieces :!fi-inch best quality Silkolene, good assortment patterns and colors. 20 pieces 36,inch Drapery Satines and Denims, worth to 25e. 6 pieces av.Jmch standard quality unbleached sheeting. • ••' This in the lirst season we have shown a lino of Suits in Misses' sixes-age 10 to IS-styles due- prices introductory. At, $6.50 12 Misses Norfoll: Suits of fancy wool mixtures, age 10 to l«i. At, $10.00 ''0 Ladies' and Misses'Suits in plum and mixture cloths—Norfolk, Pony or fitted styles; full siiun lined. Handsome lino of Ladies' and Misses' Suits at S1.3.50 to $30.00 each. At, $4.90 •'5 Ladies' and Misses' Covert Coats, I* uu.-li.--s long, inlaid velvet collar, braid tnmmoa-are worth $7.50. At, 7.90 23 ladies Kersey Coats, 42 inches long, tan castor and black-valve* inlaid collar a id culT- voke and sleeves satiue lined-worth -t 10.00. At, $8.90 •->5 Ladies' Kersey Coats, 50 inches ong, tancy rnlatd velvet collar and cuffs: braid trimmed, half satine lined: worth $12.00. MILLINERY We will have our Opening in this department Monday morning. The largest Sine of popular priced patterns we have ever shown. In the Bargain Basement You will find tho best aud most complete stock of its kind in this section of the country at prices that always prove the lowest aud values the greatest for the money asked. REMNANTS At. 69c roll 2,000 rolls choice remnants Calico—:5a yards in roll—very best patterns and colors. At, 4c yd 3,000 vds. Bleached Canton Flannel, worth S to lOc in the bolt. At, 4c yd 4,000 yds. best Comfort Calico and Dress patterns, standard quality, lengths .'> to 10 yds. in piece. At 5c yd ;; cases Flannuk-tts in all colors and pattern.-*, 'lengths up to IS yds. to piece, worth lOc yd. on bolt. CHINA and GLASS DEPT. On all FANCY CHINA we will give a special discount of 15 per cent in order to make room for our Imported China. At, $6 19 set—Your choice of a 52-piece set of Dinner Ware. 4 patterns of best Underglaze Decorated Dinner Ware included iii this sale. This is not cheap printed ware but good ware cheap. At, 2 for 5c—'.» 07.. Glass Table Tumblers. Sugar's, High Footed Bowels, Pickles etc. At, 98c set,—Water Set: Cut Glass pattern, S glasses and tankard. MISCELLANEOUS At, I Be doz—500 do/. Tin Top Jelly Glasses. At. 49c each—Best grade Tubular Lantern, large burner and crank lift. At, 49c each—Tin Wash Boiler, full size No. 8 covered, good heavy tin. At, 5c box—1,000 Matches. At, $1.59 each—High grade Suit Case.round handle, brass locks and bolts, cloth lined with shirt straps, heavy leather comers. 15 per cent discount—On Ice Cream [Freezers, alf leading brands. . : . '• ' ; .-••' ' • " THE BIG STORE M'VEYsSARCLAY DRY GOODS CO THE BIG STORE

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