The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on September 1, 1906 · Page 4
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 4

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CHIUJCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEP. i iqo6 Is a strong point, with Hood's Sarsaparilld. A bottle lasts longer and does more good than any other. It is the only medicine of which can truly be said iOO DOSES ONE DOLLAR CHOCOLATE MINT GRAPE KOLA .."OBAHCE-ADE COCA-COLA F AT OUNTAIN Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at "ffieWATTON STUDIO PERSONAL AND LOCAL Miss Ethel Winsen of Cameron is in the city the guest of friends. Harry Ridings of Canton, 111., is in the city visiting relatives and friends. J. T. Skidmore came in off the road and will spend Sunday with home folks. Herman Hurxthall of St. Louis is ia the city the guest of relatives and friends. : "H"H- Miss Carrio Berry of Gait is the guest of Misses Anna and Maud fDayiy this week:— Miss Hazel Freed of Brecken- is in the city the guest of Mrs. Fred Hudson. John J. Ovarton of Trenton was a Friday business visitor in the city and vi-sited friends. Mrs. J. J. Dum of Kansas City, who has been visiting Mrs. E. C. Gates, returned home today. F. L. Arthaud returned Friday evening from Des Moines, Iowa, where he attended the Iowa state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Sheetz of East Calhoun street announce tho arrival of. a boy at their home Friday. Marriage license was issued Saturday morning to Charles H. Yohns and Laura Jordan, both of this city. Dr. G. G. Brown and family of Cameron arrived in the city Saturday to visit with relatives and friends for a week. Mr. and Mrs. F. E Wisser returned Friday night from Colorado Springs, where they have been spending a number of day a. Dory Kimmis of Wellsville is in the city transacting business and visiting friends. He will return to his home Sunday eveni ng. Charles Miller, who has been transacting legal business in the city for the past two days,will return to his home in Kansas City Sunday evening. Robert Wigely, who has been FOLK'S Bit SHARED HONORS WITH BRYAN CARROLLTON MAN ARRESTED AS AN ANARCHIST IN NEW YORK Enthusiastic Reception'to Missouri's ' Aftor Showing Credentials He Was Governor Prcmia. s Feutui e of The B-g Affair. A New York dispatch to the Sr. Louis Post-Dispatch says: It was to honor William Jennie a Bryan that the crowds filled Mad.- son .Square Garden last night, but Gov. Folk of Missouri got away with the applause. There is no denying tKo fact that Polk landed as gratifying an ovation UH comes to men in a life time. It was uneought, too, for not in the le-ist did he pavo U.e way for ie. On the contrary, ho H, ItUEeJ i nd i Brail r Kfow Visitixjg n E ns^s Oily. His While traveling iu_ Spiiin a luouch ji rolltoUj. .>!•. r< t service (him of of bju; C-,1- WHEN YOU JIBE GETTING GLASSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache and E vestrain. A. B. MACDONALD ' EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. COAL AJO FEED PHONE 7fS THEO SHEPPARB AT TALENT'S BARN. visiting Frank Scott and relatives foi the past month,returned to his home in Chicgo Friday. Fred and Buel Staton will leave Sunday morning for Wichita, Kas., where they will spend two wpeks visiting relatives and friends. Mort Gilbert, who is working for the Eurgeson-McKirney dry goods house at-St. Louis, is in the city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gilbert. Miss Clara Fiekel of Columbia was in the city Friday evening en route to Seymour, Ia., on a visit to relatives. She was the guest of the Misses Harris while in the city. Dyspepsia is America's curse. Burdock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia every time. It drives out impurities, tones the stomach, restores perfect digestion, normal weight and good health. M. L. Timbrook returned Friday from Braymer where he visited his mother, Mrs. Henry Timbrook. Mrs. Timbrook accom- sang praise of Bryan with all the force and eloquence ho could command. When the Post-Dispatch correspondent aeked him how he was satisfied with tha treatment accorded Mr. Bryan, he was enthusiasm perdoulied, but when asked how he lilted his own reception he modestly sidestepped. His friends in the Missouri delegation and the exiles from the old. home, who make up the roster of the Missouri Society of New York, were tickled beyond all telling. One thousand sore throats this morning bear eloquent testimony to how they whooped it up last night. Goy. Folk's coming to town had been heralded broadcast and his face made familiar by all the papers. As a result ho was knowu long before he had been seen. When he reached tho, Battery to await the arrival of Mr. Bryan he was loudly cheered, and from that hour until midnight he was acclaimed at every turn. When he arose to introduce Tom Johnson tho audience cheer- as r< .-• ''.-tior, long, and throughout his brief address his sentences were punctuated with its applause. It was a big day for Folk. Or. Arthur J. Simpson, SURGEON ANB OCULIST Nose Throat Practieedevot- ed to Surgery and Diseases of the Eye, Ear Nose, Throat. Special attention g-iven to surgery of the Eve. ISfose and Throat. GLASSES FITTED Office in Herman Bldg. .Nortli Side Sq.; Phones SSnml 212 Nasal In all its stages. Ely's Cream Balm cleanses, soothes and heals the diseased membrane. It cnree catarift and drives away a cold in the uead quickly. Cream Balm Is placet) into £he nostrils, spreads over the membrane antl is ,-ibsorbod. Relief Islui mediate *nd a cure follows. It is not t!ryln£—ilo« not produce sneezing. Lsrge Size, 50 toils at !!.—? EtetaorormaU: Trial SUM, JO cents. ELY BKOTHEliS. 60 War.t!n £:.-«:. .Mew ? r *. WANTED! HARNESS MAKERS, COLLAR ^ MAKERS, SADDLE HANDS, MACHINE OPERATORS AND CUTTERS Ketnra traasnortatlon furnished free M desired after K fair trial, steady work guaranteed to competent mechanics. OPEN SHOPS _ Apply to Either of the Followlnc KOQaea: J-D. STRAUS SADDLERY CO. : MKYEK' BANNEBBIAN &. CO. , BOAEHERS BROS. MFG. CO. £f< R( SIOSW5S BAOPWiK? CO. •"'•' 8T> tOpISt- •««» panied her son home and will be a guest there for several days. Milan Standard: Henry Hoffman and family of Chiilicothe are here with relatives and friends. Henry is helping on the Dan Payne new pressed brick dwelling. The family will remain here several .veeks. Mrs. A, B. Carroll and family will leave in a few days for Salisbury, where they will join Mr. Carroll and make their home. Professor Carroll is superintendent of the public schools at Salisbury. Mrs. Tina McCormicK, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Green Cooper, returned to her home in Chicago Friday night. She was accompanied by her niece, Mies Lulu Cooper, who will spend a month. Mrs. L. A. Hughes of Bisbee, Ariz , who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ben Reeder, left today for Hamilton. She will be joined 'there tomorrow by Mrs. Reeder who will accompany her as far as Kansas City on her homeward journey. Raymond McNally has returned from an extended visit with relatives, and friends in Toronto and Montreal, Canada and Alexandria, Minn. Mrs. McNally and daughter, Miss Anna, mother and sister of Mr. McNally, who accompanied him on tho trio, went to Evansville,Iod., where they will visit Mrs. McNally's daughter, Mrs. Mamie Bernardin, before returning home. Miss Inez Cox of Hale sends the CONSTITUTION two clubs of six new subscribers each, composed of the following names: J. H. Wilson, Route 1, Chiilicothe; A. Young, Route 3, Hale; John Silver' Hale; Bruce Jamison, Hale; Lang j & Son, Hale; Tracy's Dept. Store, Halej Newt Woodward, H^le; Robert Wilson, '{&!»{' W". j|, Smith, Route 3, Hale; J. S. Wos- cott, Bedford; John Walby, Route 1, Chiilicothe; Mrs. Laura Gilchrist, Route 1, Chiilicothe. Miss Vliet Webster, who has been one of the CONSTITUTION'S faithful compositors for tho pant two years, resigned her position Saturday and will go to her home in Utica for a rest. After a two weeks' vacation she will go to New York City where she will spend six weeks learning to operate a linotype machine. "Springhill," 50c per quart at the "Star Saloon." 31adtf J J: ro offiu-L-rs who i;ci:u.-i< an Anirc'.ilst an helping iu iliounsucie -l"ui »lt uni to assassinate Kiu^ AH'U HO i • th wi-ddiug co:e:'it)ui -s in >l i.. ri i i Juno. Air. Turpin w.-iyablc to esinbiis hi> identity, iioxv v r, ;<ud leased after MII hour ol q.i ing by the otli..-er«6.-i.\ ?,'hf Kims:: City .Star. Mr. Turpiu s-pent ;;. veil v:\-irs i the Philippine islands/.s ago.tin ment teacher. Ho i:«m'.- i', K;..: sas City j t-sierdny and is visiting his brother, Kee.o Turpin,» Uvve-. Ho told of tils experienci-s in Sp-iin yesterday ; •'! wiiM btaying at a hotel with:' a block of iho Jiin^'spal.uv iu Sin 11 Dffonso." hj said. "Oui: filter noon two olli.-crs in miiforiii in the hotel, talked with the pro prietorand c>im-> .vrrio mo. Th-.-.v look me in a room nuJ uskrd m- for my pas>-port. 1 had They had a telegram bearing ;• description of an [Cngiitjhiu:ii which they consulted as they talked to mo. I could not see thi telegram but [ uiyierstucd and knew wlmt they were when they conversed with each other. "I did not lot them know th it I understood th'o,Spanish language and I learned from their tioii that a suspected had arrived in tho piuc» the day I did. The Englishman, i: seems, resembled mo and tho authorities had been looking for him for some iituo. '•I showed tho officers letters am: other credentials and then Spanish to them, answering a long list of questions Tuoy v.-«r; courteous and fronted me kindl.i during the ordoal. They iipolo jjizi'd to mo when I was roloas-cd." HOGS 5 CENTS HIGHER CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas Oily, Sepr. 1—The live stock market for today,;!* reported by Clay, Rjbiiuou & Oj., was >ifollowti: Ctittlo—Rocoipts 100; in irk ;t unchaiigod. Hogs—Receipts -',000; markoi 5c higher; bulk SO 20 to SO-'Jo; OUR CLOTHES TALK! Sounds rather strange, 'tis true— but it's a fact, nevertheless. Our kind of Clothes always speak well of the Man who wears them. The :i|>|>i-:ai-aiiee of a Man, dressed in one of our Suits will create a yood impression unv- where. We offer our trade frarments that have passe.! with highest honors the most critical .inspection of Clolhinjf Experts. Men »ho know every detail that .I.M-.IS artistic cut- riii^. ' s reason. Sir. that <.;; . tiies Talk." . i:nt t •>!„,•..! tin- hi.u'h i Mij'e.i iorily of our trust that vi,u will t;i,i i C':ll ; .|-i tins,' a; it U II V.-U i.i cliaru:-;'. i- . C'iiirliin,'. not f;: 11 t.> i!ii son. i-iolli v<.»i;i- parse xvill : ; r< you conic lieu iiU- a:ul your I'rolitiilih-, if your L'lolhes. Remember, please, that you've a string io evt ry | Dollar you leave with us, until you're perfectly <at- a fied. YEAR IN CHILLIGOTHE RELIABILI1Y \ rare opport nity jifl'oided the man\ ironic sufferers to gel well in th |n,ssi>>c time >y treat Prettyman famous specialist of Chic; will be at the HEHBlETTfl HOTEL GhiiSieothe, Mo,, SEPT/15, 9 a. in. to 8:3O p. m. Returning Every Four Weeks Inez Cox of Grand River township makes a big gain and lands in third place today. Other contest- tants made good advancement. The standing today: Vernie Grouse, Chillico 29,210 Ruth Francis, Chilli i:7,200 Inez Cox-, Grand R 23,020 Louise Joslin, Chilli 22,190 Ruth Thompsoa,CreamR.. 14,790 Euterpe Club IO,6!K> Sadie Bradford, Chilli 9020 Imo Coberly, Chilli 4600 Nola Thompson, Chilli...". 4 ISM) Ona C. Lowey, Chilli 27-10 Eva Flenniken.Mooresy.. Vlary Grace Seay, Chilli.. Garnett Thompson,Sou. p. Laura Bird, Wheeling... LiMMln VonabT^, Jackson Poarl V'onnrd, Pairview..., May Brook-hrnr. Chilli .. <~!ora Cnrey, Uiuc; M. Joseph IbiTjr, Mi'di ::ue. Hazt-1 Ewtep. Ciiilli.. Eva Touer, Monroe Ethel,'.; iun, ••) ;i.pjr-j Loyal Knights, Chilli .. . Banna Keir, (.Jr- < n Gladys Mowry, Samp .. Lem Morris , Uiiilliuo Bessie Provoit, Ciiillico ... Mrs. S. H- Price.So.prc Alena Bushnoil.B!ur> M Clara Parker, Chilli Ethel Gillmartin, Chilli Xanthia Dowell, Chilli Anna Summorvillo, So. p . Mary Lamb Myrtlo Alarcin, Chilli Ethel G.in- Gladys Kostnan, Chilli Laur.a Hud.-on Bern trd 2730 2060 1940 1600 1730 13-W 132'» 11 W 1100 til (t 7107 i)' tii'i'l- r,ou •110 I1D 3(>0 310 3-10 •210 IfiO HO Doan's Kef:ulets euro constip;:- tioc without Kripi»«, nausea, or any weakening effect. Hskyour L;iot for them. 25 ceuts per box. ' * M, CREEHE's'FRUiT WAGONS Carry damson plumy, pears, grapes, peaches, apples, cider, Phone 57i* at S a. m. 27aritf OLASSIFiEO AaVERTlSEMEHTS DH. PBETTYKAfiT is a iTacluatc of the Col!ctjo of Physicians and Sur- K'-roiis, New York City, one of the m-jst initah:e institutions "of America. The il.-cior has had special courses of study in EV K, KAR, :\'OSE. THROAT CHK.):\U; AND XKRViJUS mSKASES in tile great Bellevuc and Charity ilu-I>itals of New York City. The n'aiilts of this experience are many phenom- ^'n.'il cure.s .'ill over the state. DB. PEEl'TYMAK is no stranger to Misso :ri. as he now makes regular monthly visits to Gallatin. Columbia, Maryvi'.le ami other Missouri cities.' and 'nt; so (or twelve years, never missing a visit. He treats all ncr- liseases of the Kye, Ear, No-se, Throat. Lungs, li.-is be.-n tioiiiff so fu v,.u.s diseases aaii chronic diseases of Hear!. Stomach, Liver. I'.O'.vels anil UlaihU r. Breckonridge Bulletin—George and Dr. A. W. McArthur, of Kansas City, formerly of Chiilicothe, nephews of L- T.aud George Dile, were here the latter pait of latt week hunting and enjoying a vacation. The former operates a machine on a Kansas City dai'y and of course paid his respects to this office. He once worked for John Hanley on the Breckenridge Globe. THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. Sold by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for SI. Dr. E. W. Hall 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mo. testimonials. Chicago, ceipts 400; Sept. 1— Cattle—Re- marlcet scoidy. Hogs—Receipts 8,000; strong to 5c higher. market OR. SAL £ ou. from square, Seven Room House , Nine lots. Good barn. All kinds fruit. A good locatioy Price $1850.00 Nine-Room Brick House In-city. Modern. Good barn. Price 82,700. Eighth-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price «1,&50. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, good barn. Price $625. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks Price 81.250. Eight-Room Frame House Three blocks from square. Modern. Price $3,500. Six-Room House Five lots, good barn; fruit of all kind. Price SSOO. Five-Room House Fiye room hoose. pair, price $525.00. Eight-Room House Modern. Three bl opks from square. New barn. WociJ house. Price $2,600. ^ «W^'. Bteel J. Meek Le CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CuURCiiv-Cornor Webster and Cherry streets. George P. Sturges, pastor. Announcement for Sept. 2. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School W. H. Perry, Supt. 10:50 a.m. Preaching by Rev. Sturges. Subject: "Lesson in Walking" 7:00 p. m. Epworth League, W. F. Starkey, Pres. 8:00 p. m. Union services Place: Elm Street church. Rev. Fetterolf preaches the last of the series of union services. All cordially invited. NO' ADMISSION" There will be no admission at the fair grounds tomorrow. H. Bird of Wheeling was a renewal caller at this office Thursday evening, voting for Ruth Francis in tho contest. He Successfully Treats Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Kisinpr in Ears, Deafness, Disease of the Kye, .-.ar, Nc:se, Throat, Lun^s. Sloin-ch. Liver. Kidneys, Urinary Organs and Bladder, Nervous Prostration, Dyspepsia, Constipation. Kheiunati.-m, Epilepsy or tits. MEW— Y.'iiuginet), middle aged me ', ,;kl men ^iillVrinir from weakness, irn- parkd memory, il.^.iness, nervous debility, loss of power, etc., blood pjisonitit;, • eaka-ce, should not let this opportunity pass, as a tri..l treatment Will satisfy die most skeptical of his wonderful cttra ive powers in these cases. The d* o- •ot carries .'Lil his notable instruments anil comes prepared to examine tin must obscure medical and surgical cases. Ho undertakes no incurable disease.;, but curorf hundreds aft;r others fail. Correspondence solicited. FOB. buys a 5-room cottage near Firat ward school. Ground ICO fee: square. Good neighborhood. Water and sink in kitclu-u. Inquire at this office, dtf Distiascn of Wom-ui Treated—Nominal fees on'v. ualion 1'KIiE aiul strictly prtvat.-. Address: CM su t.iti.jn anO exuni DR. PRETTYMAN 4139 Indiana Avenue, Chicago. 01. We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $1.80O—Nine-room dwelling, small barn, spine fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2,350—Seven-room (hvollia^, bath, ete., barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $850—Fivo-1'o.pm dwell ing. on West Webster struct, one lot. $1,OOO—Six-room dwelling on North Kim street. Good neiifh-. hood rnd u bargaip. $850 — Five-room dwelling with lot 00x140 feet. $6OO — Two small dwellings SfiOO each, on easy terms. Parney CbiUicOtihc, ^fo i THAT IT T5 THE DUTY OF PAfcENTJ 1 To DRESS THEIR CHILDREN VELL. 1TMAKE5 THE LITTLE ON'E5 FEELGOOD AND (JIVES THEM MUCH MORE CONFIDENCE INTHEMSELV^ THEV CAIN GRACE AND POISE. IT is PART OF THEIR BREEDING "AND EDUCATION BUSTER BRoWN PAK.C.HT3'DVTf. SOU wili buy or>e of tno BW4# mostdesirabliicottaKfa iu town. Ground 105 by 112 Five rooms down stairs; large attic that can bo converted into two bed rooms at small cost. Fine collar, water in kitchen and yard; b^rn and woodshed combined. Newly rjapereL Firc-placo and grate. Inquire at this oftice. dtf -H-t DR.J.C.SHELTON, | - THE Oculist and Catarrh Specialist Limits Ills pnieticu ontlruly to Sur- ". (roryiind Illji'.-iscs of tile X Eyg, ^ar, Hose, SThroaf, f And tin- inirri'ftKin of Errors of Ke- frat-tlon liy Scientific Fitting of Glasses. Bui'tfi'lusfDpii-niiil Illunil i.-xitiiiiiin- tlons 111:11!" r.ir I'hysk-i:,,,.-, who are not iir-niiri'il to inn!;.- ilivni. omc.-over(,T.OKKA MIM^KK ? <>mc.-over<; . 7iS \Vushlnirtoil St. Ciiiillcotliv, M. T Tt.-li'D.'ioni's: Otlk-e. It': UMS. :i.V>. v-H-K-r-i-r-i-i-I-l NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line. I am now located at -M. W. Litton's Livery Barn. All Calls wiH be promptly attended to. TKhEPHOXES ^ OKFICK - - i RESIDENCE UK SKI BIT A HOTEL No. .10. SCHOOL -TIME WILL ^OON BE HERE. WE KNOW THAT YOU WIJH ToR YoUR LITTLE MEN TO .STUDY WELL WHEN THEY 60 To THEIR DESK J. CAN YOUR BOY -5TUDY HIJ LE^^oN^ WELL IT HI^S CLOTHED ARE NOT A^ GOOD A.S THE BOY NEXT To HIM WEAR.5? TOR $2.50 WE CAN r DRE-5^ YOUR LITTLE MAN IN A 6ooD LOOKING SCHOOL SUIT. IF YOU WI.5H TO PAY $3.50 To $5.00 WE CAN GIVE HIM A .SUIT THAT WILL LOOK WELL ON .SUNDAY J AND WILL BE .SERVICABLE WHEN HE PUT.J IT ON FOR EVERY DAY. WE AL-50 HAVE EVERYTHING THAT A BoY WEARJ. I-S IT NOT NOW TIME TO DRE.S.5 YOUR BoY FOR -SCHOOL? BOY',5 JTOCKING^ 10, J 5 AND 25 CENT.S, BOY'^ CAPS 25 AND 50 CENTJ, BoY'J UNDERWEAR 25, 50 CENT^, $J.OO AND $1,25, The products of this Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Electric Cars. We cater to the trade that knows. proprietor. •M-M-I-r-I-M-M-I-H-I-M-H-I-I-H-M- If tole F. toxthalj Stenographer Notary Public Fire insurance Postoffico Building,.Chiilicothe. •• Phones, oHice 318: residence CG5. • • •I-H-K'* M-I"M-K-M I' NIPPLE CLOTHlNfi CO, r. Frances H. Singer Osfeooafhic Physician Successor to Di. Genevieve F. Laugbllo F1TZPATRICK BUILDING, 5W Washington St., Chiilicothe, Mq 444. OgN'SULTSTiOH

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