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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Monday, September 3, 1906
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CHILUCOTHK CONSTITUTION SEPT. 3 1906 The Chillicothe t CONSTITUTION]* >+-»-»-»** CONSOLIDATED WITH THE MAIL AND STAR SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. J. L. NEWX.AND WM. L. W ATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION miarantees to advertisers a larger circulation in Livingston County than hat of all Other local papers published in Chillicothe combined. £he price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is 81.00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting or failing to so pay, will be charged the $1.50 rate. This rule will be strictlv adhered to. Entered at the postoflice at Chilli eothe, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as second-class matter. Office in CONSTI TUTION Building, &16.South Washington Avenue. Telenhone No. 105. By Mail—Postage Prepaid: OailVi one vear 85.0C Dailv, six months 2.5C Weaklv, one vear. in advance 1.0C Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1-5C Weeklv, six months The Dailv will be delivered bv carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per ««<ek. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptly reported at this . Democratic State^Ticket. For JndKe of Supreme'ConrtrLong Term. A> M. WOODSON. For Judge of Supreme Court, Short- Term W. W. GltAVES. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. Democratic County Ticket. For Congress \V. W. RUCKER Representative JAMES C. UANEY Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. C.ORR Clerk of t lie County Court A. M. 8HELTON Tieaaurer U. 8. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Clerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW McBRIDE Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding Judge County Court 8. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREHT II. GILL Judco Western District o. W.:GARLICK For Coroner. K. H.OABELL. COMMENTS on Mr. Bryan's idea of governmental ownership of railroads make it evident that the Democracy is not ready to accept that idea as a Democratic tenet Fear of a centralization of power and of a serious conflict between the state and national rights under the rather complex system which he suggests will keep many from following the Nebraskan's lead The country may ultimately be driven to government ownership after government regulation has been proven a failure, but the. indications are that it will be disposed to try a vigorous 'enforce ment of the rate law first. When Paint Adds Value to Properly For every dollar's worth of paint—good paint—you put on your house, you add several dollars to its value, for the difference in price which property in good repair will bring over a shabby building is by no means measured by the actual cost of the improvement. ; In this calculation we have not included the insurance feature—the saving of the property from decay. —**£> Good paint looks well, protects well, lasts well. There are many imitations of paint which do none of these things, yet cost as much or more than straight white lead and Unseed oil, the best paint. fo Southern Pure White Lead (Made bj- the Old Dutch Process) fs the acknowledged standard, gee that it is used on your house, (•^NATIONAL M5A» COHP4NY Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription fa a powerful, Invigorating tonic, ilnfrart- ng health and strength In partlcnlA* io the organs distinctly feminine. Tire ocal, womanly health is so Intimatcll? related to the general health that when diseases of the delicate womanly organs are cured the whole body gains In health and strength. For weak and sickly women who are "worn-out," "run-down" or debilitated, especially for women who work in store, olbce or schoolroom, who sit at the typewriter or sewing machine, or bear heavy household burdens, and for nursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has proven a priceless benefit because of its health-restoring and strength-giving powers. As a soothing and strengthening nerv- ine. "Favorite Prescription" is unequaled and is invaluable In allaying and subduing nervous excitability, frritubil- ity, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, siiasr-is, chorea, or St. Vltus's dance, and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the womanly organs. It induces refresh- Ing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Cures obstinate cases. "Favorite Prescription " Is a positive cure for the most complicated and obstinate cases of "female weakness," painful periods, irregularities, prolapsus or fulling of the pc^vfe organs, weak back, bcaring^dowu scjisS- tions, chronic confrostiw, ir.fl'anraiaticin and ulceration. Dr. Pierce's medicines are made from harmless but efficient modical roots found crowing in our American forests. The Indians knew of the marvelous curative value of some of these roots and imparted that knowledge to some of the friendlier whites, and gradually some of the more progressive physicians came to test and use them, and ever since they have grown in favor by reason of thejr superior curative virtues and their eal'e and harmless qualities. Your druggists sell the "FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION " and also $at famous alterative, blood purifier and stomach tonic, the "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY." Write to Dr. Pierce about your case. If c Is an experienced physician and will treat your case as confidential and without charge for correspondence. Address him at trio Invalids* Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., of which he is chief consulting physician. LUNATIC THREATENS FAMILY Trenton, Mo.j Sept. 2—After escaping from the state asylum at St. Joseph, and remaining unheard of for several days, Reuben Dawes, a patient in that institution whose former home was in this city, turned up here last night, and gave his wife uud other relatives a terrible fright by threatening them. Dawes was a dangerous patient, and the authorities here are at a .oee to know^why he was allowed to be at large without them ro- :eiving any notice of his escajj'e. A catastrophe was wroVeutod only by I he diplomacy of the Dawes family aud the timely intervention of officers^ who found tha patient locked itt ft frooiii at a hotel, wherB they broke in the door and captured him. Two similar instances havo occurred here recently. Thomas Call, another violent patient, ne- cently escaped ;from the institution and was retakoh u'ete. Some time ago A. I 1 . Morris, a harmless but deOfren'ted man, who has been at St. Joseph several months, was given a discharge and sent to his home at Trenton alone. He tost his way, got off the train at Gallatin and wandered over tho country for several days before hs was captured. A blizzard prevailed and his feet were so badly frozen that he died. that has been proven unsatisfactory, then a more radical step will be in order. ANOTHER BENEFIT- 'Prank A. J. Miller, clerk of the St. Louis Board of Health, has discovered still another benefit that results from the Sunday closing of salooDB in St. Louis. According to Mr. Miller's figure* there has been a considerable decrease in the number of people becoming insane in St. Louis since the Sunday lid was on. In the months of January to August, inclusive, this year, there were 234 persons re ceived at the insane asylum in that city as against 283 for the same period of the previews year. During June, July and August, the month When intemperance has a more marked effect on the mind, the decrease was forty-one over the corresponding months of last year. And yet in the face of the knowledge of the beneficial effects of Sunday sobriety there are Missourians who are willing to join hands with the brewers and liquor dealers in an effort to have the Sunday closing law repealed. Hungry children and homeless families, insanity and crime— these are nothing to the brewer as compared to profit of the Sunday sales, while the "personal liberty" of the anti-lid toper is more to him than the welfare of the community or himself either. Therejis sothlng so pleasant us that bright, cheerful, at-peace- with-the-world feeling wh<3'\ ybu sit down to your br^AkfaSt. There is nothing §0 conductive to good W&ffe and good results. The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a Matter fellow, a better workd'ah, a bettor citizen than the man or woman who is handto.'ip- ped by some disability, however slight. A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body, your thoughts and yoUt disposition. 'Getaway from the morbid- ness and tho blues. Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body Svill 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 meals. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy- FOLK AND TEE The New York correspondent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch claims to have discovered that Governor Folk is to be a candidate for Senator from Missouri to succeed the Hon. William Joel Stone, and that he will have the support of William J. Bryan in his candidacy. The Governor, when - asked about the matter, very sensibly said that the people of Missouri! would decide that question after the election. At present Governor Folk's main ambition seems to be to I make Missouri a model executive. He does not consider that his official duty consists of efforts to attain higher offices, but rather to enforce the laws and otherwise discharge with ability and vigor the high trusts which the people of Missouri have imposed Upon him. It is evident also that the Governor does not care to inject the senatorship issue in o the present Missouri campaign, when Senator Stone has yet two years to serve— this in spite of tho fact that Senator Stone's friends in some quarters are already boosting him for re-election, regardless of party harmony. When the Democrats of Missouri get ready to elect a senator they will select a man who will properly represent them and one on whom the breath of scandal has not been breathed—this much is certain. It is also certain that Govornor < Folk's conspicuous service to the country will place him in line for higher duties. But whether the people will next elevate him to the senatorship or to an office of still greater importance and responsibility is yet to be determined. A world of truth in a few ; words: j 'Nearly all other cough cures are constipating, especially those con~ taining opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar moves teh i bowels. Contains ap opiate?. 1 ' YOU can get it at Olark's NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by tho City Auditor of the city oi 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 8e\vet on Jackson street from the west side of Jefferson street, to the east sido of Easton street, being a distanco of about 573 feet. All the said work and labor shall be in lull accordance with the plans ahd spctMfiuations therefore prepared by tho city engineer and udw 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. Trie right to reject any nnd all bids is reserved by tho City Council. BUBLL WlGBLY, City Auditor. OR. SAL Seven R.ooni House Nine lots. Good barn. All kinds fruit. A good location. Price $1850.00 Nine-Room Brick House In city. Modern. Good barn. Price $2,^00. Eight.-R.oom Frame House 'Two blocks from square. Price 81,850. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, good barn. Price $025. Five- Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price $1,250. ' Eight-Room Frome House Three blocks from square. Modern. Price 53,500. Six-Room House Five lots, good barn; fruit of all kind. .Price $800. Five-Room House Five room hoose. Good repair', price S525.00. Eight-Room House Modern. Three blocks from square. New barri.'<W< :iod house. $2,600, .. I; ' , &f|ek LOCAL ACCIDENT RESULTS IN SUIT AGAINST BURLINGTON Jock. J- John A. \¥iik»DS Claims That Both He And His Hursu Were Hurt by B !i.g i."ump-;d. Tho bi.niijiiiig of a box car full oii race hor=ua ut the local Burlington stutiou, ou August 25, may ru- ssult in heavy clatniiK** against • that "railroad. Tliu St. Josuph ?iew'o-Press of Saturday said: John A. Wilkeu?, a jockey of alino=t national fame, filed tuit in tho circuit cotufe toJti-y against tho IJurliugf.Oii railway Ax fr?r $l;>,\)0'rt damages iU- fco 5\iivo boon buritaiiied in uu accident at Chiilicoihe, Mo., last Saturday. Au engiuu running fifteen milea an hour, says >hy petition, bumped iuto a tiring of live boxcars lo:ideil with racehorses which etood upon a sidetrack, seriously injured most uf the horses. itnUne'rcrul of tho jockeys and hostlers. "We were on our way to the races al Hamiltom Mo.,' 1 said s» tt> a reporter for Thu 'rcss, ''whore 1 was ucdor contract to rid-,: iho nor SB M. i- 1 . Tarpay, belonging to j»im-a Scott of G.uiacy. AVe were just making those t-nv-jli towns to p.iy the ox - peiises of th^. sirio;; uulil we coui.i reach Cuiolnnati, which wus our 'destination. Vvliou tho crash came Sir Gallant, u race hur*t-. was thrown aKiiiual me with ttir- rific force. L *aa ImcuubL-ioua tor a while. Alter tuo doctors had examined mu, they said I h:;dii| bad ease of hernia, and that prob- I ably 1 would m-ver rid-i again. ( My hort<2, M. F. Turjjoy, was ai:v> so badly hurt that ho when hu wains, and) prosumu ho'a appeared iu hib last lie has a record of seven-eighths of u mile in 1:20, aud iu the Christinas handicap at L.OS Aunt-lea four years ago lie won a $o,UOO stake. Ho has been to England, •• heio ho was entered in the quton's plato race at Newmarket track. "I havo riddfu for J. L. Holhsnd of Now Yoik, who iu 100'j bought my season's contract of Vic Holland for 80,000. I'm under oral i contract with Mr. Scott now, aud get S10 a race, and I aycrage Iwo races a day." Tho suit was brought by Alien, NicholH & Neville, who also represent James Scott in his claim against the railroad company for tne alleged injuries to Tarpcy. Prof. Tylerj of Amheret coilejjo, said recently : "A man c:iu livo comfortably without brains; no ihuii ever existed without a digestive system. Tho dyspeptic has neither faith, hope or charity.'' Day by day people realize tho importance of caring for their digestion; realizo tho nocd of tho uso of a little corrective after overrating. A corrective like Kodol For Dys pepsia. It digests what you oat. Sold by Ciark's Pharmacy. NOTICETO'CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received at my office until Monday, Sept. 3, 7 p. m., to clean the paved streets in Chillicothe and keep them clean for one year. Tho right to reject any and all bids will bo reserved. Z. B. MYERS, Chairman Finance Com. Chillicothe, Mo., Aug 28. 29ad4t _ ) How is it with tlie children these days? Have they plenty of grit, courage, strength? Or are they thin, pale, delicate? This reminds you of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It does great things for children. It gives them a good appetite, improves_their digestion, builds up iheir generai health. Ask your doctor if he endorses ihis. . ^^^^^,1,^^^ t^rS^: IS STILL THE PLAGE TO SIVE i!M¥ Oli YOUR I aurjdry I Th>- products of this ! Laundry will cdrrcfi- j i-'iiiii nicely with As! |ihalt Streets and Elec| trie Cars. We cater to | the trade that knows. proprietor. * »i a * ifpsa & f\s -. - i i >&S'££9'' l ?f/SSS'S'fl? i£i <*fjfr8S5<f5£ £.--F>*^j.•*%(» &V * L9i!9Iil8il& 111 dyilQiJi <gh«Jgi ai-g & «3P R i DR.J.C.SHELTON; \\ 1. TIIF. • .. .j. Oculist and Catarrh Specialist i. Limits his pructlcc entirely to Sur- J. tffj'y nml DlrH'iiacs of tho ¥ Eye, Ear, ftose, & Throat, J t Aii'l tin' correction nf Erl'ofs of KB£ fi'ivcllcm by *> Scientific Fitting of Classes. T !!Mi-.torlo.-'-of»!e ttll'l jllond exflllllnil- '•' '.'.-Si i:.;idi' for Ph.Vsiclinii who arc T nut ln'-'p:!:'. t! to umk*; t!u-:H. .-. Ot?u- Mv<M'<; T-<>fc;s A M II.J.ER •!• ''." V/!U-!ii'V:!.Mi Hi. f'hUliifithbi ilii: f T-irVh'.ii'M: r»ilt-i. ; . !!': itv*. 338. i AH of our Men's Tan and Chocolate Oxfords worth $3.50 & $4.00 NICK 6*ir prices on Ladies', Misses' and Ghiidreri's will be closed ou* et Slippers and Oxfords lower than ever. i feus, Baggage &. Transfer Line: t am now located at II. W. IjiUun's Jjiv.eK' Haiu. All Calls will, be' promptly intended td; 5 1 3 i \ir r 'i •-. I TKr.-KI'H^N'l-;^ ^ UKNUIKTTA Hc'rri. No. 10. \ F. llurxthal I i, ____ ..... _ _ _ " _ • . • ' ' _ '.'.'_ _ 4- Come to us to get men's in Our Bargain tables c«*e loaded with shoes at. 69c, 79c, ^8, & $ 1 .25. Wg ^^ e ^^ at ^ j 5Q These prices are about* half the regular prices; $1.65, $1.75 and $2. SteRogrcpher Notary Public Fire Insurance •|- I'obUitiV-i' Ijuildin^, ChUiicdthc: j Phones, cil'iey 31t>: rcsidoncij ('•' FAIL Ti ||E T |0«fPriGe SOUTH SIDE SQUARE For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of MINER KILLED BY CAVE-IN. Carthage, Mo.. Sept. 1.—In a cave-in at the Teddy Roosevelt mine, in Alba this afierno n, Frank Henley was instantly killed and Thomas Griffith, Daniel Reese and D. J. Stewart were injured so badly that they probably will die. Henley's body was taken from a spot where thirty tons of dirt foil. Hints HOUBJ to workers. Nothing ia more important to the hardworking_housekeeper,than to keep her liver properly working; otherwise, that pale sallow look, and tired feeling, will make her look and feel as sick as a dog. Nothing will keep you up to the mark, without injurous stimulation, so well as Dr.Caldwell's (lax- a'tiye) Syrup Pepsin. It is a pure liver'tonic—a cure for Constipation, Biliousness, and Indigestion. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and 85!.00, i; Mcnpy back if it fails. Advance Fall Styles now ready for your inspection. BRANT £ SON "BRANT'S SHOES ARE BETTER." ; V S-TE-OP'-A-THY. , * Tin- ,li-UL'l.-ss remedy for the rell..-f of tl»- mpWIV wlnnlnB (uvor with ^ I thlnklnir people. Kor further InfoniKitioii sec j., 1Ilb y t \V,.,I * I Or, T. S. Phelps Dr. Lavina Seaucamp jnfiifr- 5 *- ft >v '^ Consultation nnd Exaniiniitlon KIIKK. c-k K .Mo. Phones- Office HI: Kesidcncu: Wielps an; Bomieliauip :V>2. Office Hours: a to 1-2 A. Jf. i to 5 P. M. Visiting hours by appointment. Otlllce: Hank of Uhllllcotho bldB- Telephone STO, Or. Ohas. A. Wolfe, Osteopathic Physician Fifth Year in ChiUicothe MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE GO. j iMnFRTAKERSu PHONiS: NIQHT 153, DAY 397^ r, Franks H. Singer Osisssathic Phvsician :i;t:.'ioijr To Dl. (it-'n^Vlt-vc K. UullfUUQ F1TZPATR1CK BUILDING. J(H vVusiiiu^ion St., Chillicotlie, Mo iXli 444. FBLE 3K. H. M. GKACE, Physician aud Sui-gooa. Rooms 3, 1 and 5, Wall- H-unn building. Phones: Office 398; .•evidence ;>t»i'. J. "JBTCALLAWAY, M.D Anv Chronic Ailment. Disease. Eve, Bar. Nose and Throat triven special attention. Office in Walbrunn Blu'f* Office Phone 57. Residence Pho-e 11. Offic- Ro-Dms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn iidinic. Residence 1542 west Cal- houu St. Office nhone. No. 531: residence ohone. No. 593. All calls in city and countrv answered promptly Uay or night. Bros. T1IK SOUTH LOCUST ST. LIVERYMEN havo aildril to their stock the finest Fun- ral Car ever brought to Chijlicothc. Besiilus doing a (jun " ral livery business, they pive special attotition'o funerals. T:i<.-y also maUc can iage calls (<:a " or eight) tu any part of the cit3' UT cc.i.ity. Te.ephone lull. 410 S. Locust St. t House Moving & Raisins | Leave orders at js saundera-Turner Lumber Tnrd * I J. R. &C&LELLEH | V ****«»*»»»»»******«>»•**»* 1 I l. N. Page LAWYER $ 507 Washington Street. JOHN H. TAYLOR ATTOKN KY-AT-LAW. Offli-f. -'nil floor Mnstinlc Temple. B. WTsliiuiiton St. C!«ili>'ctlon» mnde- ami promptly remitted. Notary ul- wnys in otllee. ... »- *-• J » ' f T ,T.i*..T..T..t.'t"t"I"I"I"I"l"] HOLLISTER'S Becky Mountain Tea Nuggets IBaay Medioino &r Busy *eop'«- Bri-'zs QoWoa Health, and Eenewed Vigor. HoLUSTEtt DUCO C03TPA.NT, MadlSOn, WiS. , f.. D C N «UGGE7S FHB SALLOW PEOPLE MEHAHDWOMEH. . '. on tiv i. , totf

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