The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on September 4, 1906 · Page 3
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GHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEP. 4 1906 \, The Bond You Have Always Bought, and which has been use foi* over 3O years, lias Vxmie tise signature of •* ' and lias been nr>atle under Ills personal supervision since its infancy* Allow no oao to deceive you in tliis* All Counterfeits, Imitations an<?.-"'Just-as-g-ood"are but Experiments that trifis with aud endanger tlie health of Infante and Children—JCspcrieace against Experiment What is CASTORtA Gaptoria is a harmless sulistitute for Castor O>1, Paregoric, Drops and Sooth ins 1 Syrups. It is Pleasant, IS *ontains neither Opium, Morphine uor other Narcotic friitistahce. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisliness. It cures JDiarriioea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency, it assimilates the Food, regulates the gtomacli and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sl&3p» Children's Panacea-•''CUe Mother's Friend* CEHU.NF. CASTOR IA Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bo In Use For Over 80 Year*. BANK WRECKER ARRESTED AT TANGIER, MOROCCO A Woman Associate in Chicago, Who Was Angry at Him, Told of His Probable Whereabouts We HaVe These and Many Other Bargains; $1.800—Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2,35O--Seven-room dwel ling, bath, etc., barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $850—Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one lot. ' $1,OOO—Six-roomdwelling on North Elin street. Good neigh- hood rnd a bargain. $85O —^Five-room dwelling with lot 90x140 feet. $6OO — Two small dwellings $600 each, on easy terms. THANKS. N. W. Vo-burg desires through the CONSTITUTION to thank these kind friends who contributed nearly fifty dollar* for the purchase of a horse for his express wagon to replac.- the animal which he lost by death a few days ago, and to express his sincere aud deep appreciation therefor. Stop s' Tens. GILL ®, RYAN, Barney Bldg. ChfllicoMie, Mo. •••••••••^••BaggaB CITY REAL ESTATE. Modern slate-roof, brick veneer, 8-room I dwelling, large lot, fine shade and fruit, fine | 4-room°,.almost new dwelling, near Central school, price f050 -— XiceG-room dwelling, near Central school Hood cellar, south (rout, price $!i50. 4-rooin, new 1 story dwelling on Rnynnrd street, price 1500. 25-room almost new dwelling and barn and lots and barn, price 1700, near Industrial Home. The last four dwellings belong to nonresident and have to sell. - f Farms., ^ 1OO atres I-and—40 acres One corn land, balance timber, blue gross pasture, unftill- , Ing spring, 12.000. J500 down balance ci~0er cent. 7O-aore Farm—1-rooin dwelling, barn and out-bulldlngs, 40 acres fine corn land, balance rolling blue grass •pasture, on K. P. IX, and telephone line, unfailing spring In pasture, price $2 I'XV VM down balance at ti per com. I ImvcJIarge list of nil kinds of Real Estate and can suit you. Money loaned at 5, 0 and 7 per cent on city and farm land. Insurance •\\-rltteiiln companies that pay losses on forms and city property. Office acros-street Iroui Post Office. L N. PAGE. Ninety per cunt of babias' troubles are caused by disordered stomach or bowels. They can all be quickly cured by a few doses of that great digestive medicine, Dr. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It digests curded milk, sweetens the breath, reduces feyr and relieves pain. Absolutely harmless to mother or child. Sure relief in teething. Sold by all Druggists at 50e and §1-00. Money back if it fails. Chicago, Sept 3—A cable message to the Chicago Tribune from Tangier, Morocco, today announces the capture in that city of Paul O. Slensland, the president and manager of the defunct Milwaukee Avenue State bank. The arrest was made by a representative of the Chicago Tribune and Assistant State's Attorney Olsen of this city, who have been on the trail of Stensland since August 13. The arrest was made in the English postoffice. Stensland agreed to return peaceably. Stensland had many friends among women of this city upon whom he was accustomed to spend much money, and one of thefe, feeling that she had not been treated bv him with due consideration, eame to the Chicago Tribune a few days after his flight •with information regarding the direction in which he had gone. Her information was somewhat j indefinite, but investigation prov- t ed it.p probable accuracy. I A representative of the Tribune ' was sent to State's Attorney Heil- oy, who at that tirno was in the East, with the information and the request that a representative •• of the atsUe's attorney's office be ! permitted to accompany the Tribune's representative on the quest I for the fugitive. Mr. Healey ! agreed and sent Mr. Olaen with the Tribune correspondent. It was ascertained that Stensland had fled from Chicago July 12, had gone directly to New York and sailed in a steamer of the White Star lino for Liverpool. He remained in that city two days and then took a steamer for Gibraltar, which he reached July 27. From there he took a boat for Tangier. The Tribune correspon-- dent and Mr. Olsen were hot on his trail and arrived in Tangier onp hour and forty minutes after he had left it for a trip to tho east coast of Africa. It was ascertained that he had deposited 812,000 A Weak Seldom gets strong again without help. Awake or asleep, it never stops, and consequently has no period of rest or relaxation in which to regain lost vigor. You should avoid exertion, excitement and worry as much as possible, to relax the strain, and take Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, which is a. heart tonic, to strengthen and restore vigor to the heart nerves and muscles. The symptoms of a weak heart are shortness of breath, palpitation, feeble or too rapid pulse, hungry spells, hot flashes, dizziness, smothering spells, pain in heart or side, etc. "I had been treated for heart disease by different physicians without any Improvement. Finally my doctor informed me that thero was little hope of my ever bein;-T able to do a day's work again. About that time a gentleman called upon me, and said, 'I heard of your condition, and have conio to tell you that Dr. Miles' Heart Cure saved my life, and I want you to try it.' I did so, and after a week or so I went to my physician and told him I had been taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. He examined me and said, 'God bless Miles' Heart Cure, It has made you better In a few days than I ever expected to see you again.' I am now well, having fully regained my health by the use of this remedy."B. R. LANSING, Rensselaer, N. T. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold by your druggist, who will gua'rantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind OBITUARY, SALVATION ARMY TONIGHT. Jessie A. Wolf (nee Toothaker) Capt. Jewell W. Woolsey was born Nov. 16, 1881, in Fungoid old Chillicothe boy who isstation- county, Iowa and removed with her! ed in the city of Buffalo, New parents to Livingston county, Mis- York, and connected with the souri in 1902. She died at the Salvation army at the place men- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. | tioned, will speak at the South M. B. W. Toothaker, Aug. 27, 1906. E. church, corner of Elm and The was united in marriage to Clay streets,this evening. Subject, E. E. Wolf of Linn county on Nov. | "An Unknown Stranger," depict- 24, 1902 and one daughter was ing the work of the Salvation born to them. Army from its infancy, to its pre- The deceased leaves besides her sent slate. husband and year old daughter, a in a bank of Tangier, and believing that he would soon return the two men decided to wait him there. Why does the sun burn? Why does a mosquito sting? Why do we fool unhappy in the Good Old Summer Time? Answer: we don't. Wo uso DaWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, and these little ills don't bother us. Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genuine. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. LOST VALUABLE HORSE, N. H. Ray lost ono of his valuable bus horses Monday night. The animal had injured itself in some way and had been down for several days. It's the only medicine known that penetrates into every organ mother, father, brothdr and three benefit of the local Salvation Army sisters and a host of relatives and work, which is at present being friends. ' ' " She was a devoted Christian, haying united with the Methodist Episcopal church in 1H98 and at the time of her death was one of the most active members of that body at Haseville, Mo. When she was unable to attend services on account of her poor health her prayers and love were always with us, The funeral was held at Hase- yille, Aug. 28. 1906 and was largely attended. The body was interred in the Haseville cemetery, the services being conducted by her pastor, the writer of this sketch, Geo. R. Goodman. WASHING WITHOUT WATER Is Like Trying; to Get R1<1 of Dandruff Without Herplclde. Did you ever see any one trying to wash themselves without soap or vfater? If you did what would you say of him? It is every bit as foolish to try. to get rid of Dandruff and to prevent Baldness by feeding the germs which causo it, with Canthrarides, Vaseline, Glycerine and similar substances which form the principal Ingredients of most so- called Hair Vigors. Xewbro's Plerpicide Is successful because it attacks and kills the parasitic germ which feeds on the hair roots. It Is the original and only genuine s^alp £:ermieidc manufactured. Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. In stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co.. Detroit. Mich. Seymour Wigely, Special Agent. Prof. Tyler, of Amhcrst college, said recently: "A man caa live comfortably without brains; no man ever existed without a digestive system. The dyspeptic has neither faith, hope or charity." Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion; realize the need of the uso of a little corrective after overeating. of the body and stays there. ^Itjs A correctivo like K odol For Dyspepsia. It digests what you eat. the best tonic in the world— Hol- iister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea! or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland drug company. Itch on human cured in 80 minutes by WOOLFOKD'8 SAXITAKT LOTION. This never falls. Sold bythu M. T. Swotlnnd Drug Co Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. This meeting will beheld for the managed by Cap. Johnson, Envoy Hufton and the Chillicothe soldiers. Anyone feeling an interest in this great work which God has permitted to come to Chillicothe through the instrumentality of the Salyation Army will be welcome. All old friends and chums of Capt. Jewell Woolsey are especially invited to the services. Open air meeting at 7:30 and meeting at the South M. E. shurch at 8 p. m. There will be^good singing. music and BIG NAVAL REVIEW. Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept- 3.—A salute of twenty-one guns fired simultaneously by every [fighting craft in a mighty fleet of forty-five warships greeted President Roosevelt when he stepped on ooard the uaval yacht Mayflower today to review what he believed to to the largest war fleet ever assembled in American waters.; When the President stepped on board the Mayflower the great fleet lay in three columns each about three miles in length .with battle ships and monitors in the center column, the cruisers and several other tattle ships in the offshore column and a long line of torpedo destroyers stretched between the remainder of the fleet and the shore. Encircling the entire fleet was a cordon of cutters making a picket line for the exclusion of the excursion boats. What is the difference between "I gay 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 i only by Saunders-Turner Lumber Two Dyspeptics If you ara too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle—strength. If you are too lean tha fat producing foodi that you eat art not properly digested and assimilated. Lean, thin, stringy people do not h»r« enough Pepsin in the stomach, whilt fat people have too much Pepsin and Ml inough Pancreatina. Kddol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach, and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organ* to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect digestant, but it is a reconstructive, tissue building tonic as well. Kodol cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation. You will like it. Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach, rebuild* the tissues and gives firm flesh. ~1 Dollar bottl«hol<Ultf tlmfti ft> nuub M th* trial, or BO cent Bio. Pnpmd »t tte I»b- orator? o<Z.(M»Wlt» Q. P. Clark, Druggist HUMPHREYS' Veterjnary Specifies cnre diseases o£ Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs and Poultry by noting directly on the SICK PAKE? without loss of time. A A i FEVERS. Coneentloiu. Tnthunmn- tiooa. ljunff Fever, Milk Ferer* B. B.ISPRAIXS, Lameneaa. Injuries. CUBES j Rheumatiam. C. C. » SORE THROAT, rtulDBV. Epizootic. CUBES 5 Distemper. WORMS, Bot», Grnb«. E E ICOCGHS. CoMi. Influenza, Inflamed CUBES ) Lunia, Plenro-i*neiinionia. . F.M'OLIC. Bellyache. Wind-Blown. CUBES i Diarrhea, Dysentery. G. G. Prevents .MISCARRIAGE. IJjHj | KIDNEY A BLADDER DISORDERS. I I. )SKI!V DISEASES. Manse. Eruptions. CUKES j Ulcers. Grease, Farcy. 3. K. ) BAD COSDITIOX, Staring: Coat. CUBES } Indigestion, Stomach Staggers. COc. each ; Stable Case, Ten Specifics, Boot, ftc.. 97. At dnisgtsts,or sent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. William and John Streets, New Yorfc. rr BOOK MAILED FREE. DOTS the .n Harc Ateag Bought GREATEST BARGAINS —: IN FARMLANDS, PASTURE LANDS, CITY PROPERTIES. Prices on Best Crop-Growing j Lands in "Kansas ranging from i - $30 to $40 per acre. [ Invest now and double your j money in five years or less time. Correspondence given ready reply. All calls of. prospective buyers given "courteous attention. LEBO UNO & LOAN CO. LEBO. ' KANSAS. COFFEE CO THE BIG STORE | IVTVEY-BARCLAY DRY GOODS CO, THE BIG STORE HREE WEEKS SPENT SHOPPING IN NEW YORK h A SA^E OF NEW FALL GOODS ,o whicn every .epartn-en,. in ,he one week, and wffl be the great** showing of new goods at sale prices we have ever attempted. COIL«0FEED PHOHE 75 THEO SHEPPARD AT TALENT'S BARN. Bear* tha . ^ Ki" 1 * Veil Haffi AltHfS BCilgt? -— — H- More 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 plaid; 34 inch—45c value. At,50c 20 pieces heavy weight gray mixtures, 3(> to 44 . inches wide, w'orthto 75c. At, 50c 10 pieces Worsted-Tartan and Ombre Plaids, .to inch: ~5c values. At, ?9c 10 pieces 54 inch Fancy Cheviots: $1.00 goods. At, $1.00 100 pieces heavy woolen mixtures, o4_ineh, plaid and checks for Coats and Suits. Sl.oO goods. At $1.00 25 pieces 54 inch worsted warp Broadcloths. al A ' the selling-shades. At,48c 40 pieces Mohairs, Voils. Panamas, fancy effects, suitable for waists and shirt waisls smfs, worth to SI.00 yard. ' r 200 remnants of Dr«ss Goods and Suitings, all qualities and lengths at half value. Pancv silk will be the most popular separate Waist Cloth. We will show a new line of exclusive patterns Monday morning at $1.00 to W.aO yard. At,39c 400 yds fancy Taffetas and Louisiennes worth oOc At, 48c 300 vards of Satin de Chene, a soft lustrous silk, 19 inch, all best selling shades, for waists or dresses, worth G9c. At, 59c '7 pieces, 27 inch. Changeable Taffeta, worth $1. At 69c •2 bolts 36 inch blk Taffeta, soft finish, worth 90 ,. -Without doubt the iinest lice of this class of fabrics we have, ever shown, and at the time when they are most needed. 2,000 yds. of Printed Planneletts in Kimona and dress designs, worth IOC At, lOc 4000 yards Printed Planneletts—Melrose and Serge weaves-every wanted color and pattern, worth 12Jc. 50 pieces Percales and Ginghrnis in all the new Fall designs. At, 12 K c ^ . . 150 pieces Percales and Ginghams in suiting effects— polk-a-dot and tartan plaids-elegant patteins for school dresses. 10 pieces 32-inch Manchester Chambrays in checks and plaids, worth 20c. 40 pieces 30-inch imitation French Flannels in large Kiraona designs. STAPLES ],000 vds. of good quality apron and fancy check Ginghams. 300 pieces of Calicos-bright now goods in the very best qualities. At,5c 3^000 yards of besl LL Muslin. 5 000 yds. Outing Flannels-light and dark colons— 10 to 20 yd. pieces, worth 7Jc. CLOAKS AND SUITS Sui^tlfi^^e^^tr^sKles ^ prices introductory. At, $6.50 12 Misses Norfolk Suits of fancy wool mixtures, age 10 to 10. At, $10.00 20 Ladies' and Misses 1 Suits in plain and mixture cloths-Norfolk, Pony or lilted styles, full Siit-in lined. Handsome line of Ladies' and Misses' Suits at $13.50 to $30.00 each. At, $4.90 •'5 Ladies' and Misses' Covert Coats, 4h inches long inlaid velvet collar, braid trimmcd-are worth $7.50. ^ At, ?.90 23 ladies Kersey Coats, 42 inches long, UM> ^ tor and black-velvet miaul col_ «' j nd oil. yoke and sleeves saline lined—worth 510.00. At, $8.90 •>5 Ladies' Kersev Coats, 50 inches long,, fancy FnlaW velvet collar ami cuffs: braid trnnmcd, half saline lined; worth $12.00. 30 pieces 30-inch best quality Silkolene, good as- teoi'linent patterns 'and colors. 20 pieces 3(i-inch Drapery Salines and Denims, .worth to 25c. At 0 2 Jieces 81-inch standard quality unbleached sheeting. We will have oar Opening m this department Monday morning. The largest line of popular priced patterns we have ever shown. In the Bargain Basement You will find Ihe bcsl and most complete stock of its kind in this section of the country at prices that- always prove the lowesl and values the greatest for the money asked. REMNANTS At, 69c roll , . 2,000 rolls choice remnants Calico—.*) yards in roll—very best patterns and colors. At, 4c yd 3.000 yds. Bleached Canton Flannel, worth 8 to lOc ia the holt. " At, 4c yd 4 000 yds best Comfort Calico rand Dress patterns! standard quality, lengths 3 to 10 yds. m piece. At, 5c yd 3 cases Flanneletts in all colors and patterns, lengths up to IS yds,, to piece, worth/Oc yd. on bolt. CHINA and GLASS DEPT. On all F-VNCY CHINA we will give a special discount of 15 per cenl in order lo make room for our Imported China. At, $6.19 set,—Your choice of a 52-piece set of Dinner Ware. 4 patterns of best Under* IBM.Deco- rated Dinner Ware included m this sale. This i» not cheap printed ware but good ware cheap. At, 2 for 5c-fl o?.. Glass Table Tumblers. At,I2ceach-Your choiee of large table of high o-fade Glassware consisting of large Berry Bowls. Water Pitchres, Butter Dishes, Creams, Sugars. High Footed Bowels, Pickles etc. At,98c set,—Water Set. Cut Glass pattern, 6 glasses and tankard. MISCELLANEOUS At, 18c 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 lin. At 5c box—1,000 Matches. AtSl 59 each—High grade Suit Case,round handle, brass locks and bolts, cloth lined with shirt straps, heavy leather corners. 15 per cent discount—On Ice Cream [Freezers, all leading brands. TH! STORE DRY GOODS CO. THE BIG STORE iVl'VEY-BARCLAY

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