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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, September 5, 1906
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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SKPT. 5 1906 F OR SAL £ Seven Room House Nine lots. Good barn. All kinds fruit. A good location. Price 81850.00 Nine-Room Brick House In citv. Modern. Good barn. Price $2,700. Eight.-R.oom Frame House Two blocks from Price $1,850. square. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, good barn. Price $025. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price 81,250. Eight-Room Frome House Three blocks from square. Modern. Price $3,500. Six-Room House Five lots, good barn; fruit of all kind. Price $800. Five-Room House Five room noose. Good repair, price $525.00. Eight-Room House Modern. Three blocks from square. New barn. Wood house. Price $2,600. BazelJ. Meek Land Co. AT. Cunningham, Mgr. City Dept. Tae Kind ¥<m Hare Always Bought, ami which lias been In use iov over 3O years, has Lome the ei.sruatnre of and has beea made under Ills per- soual supervision since its infancy* Allow no one to deceive you iu this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and. "Just-a^-sood" are but ^xperimcttts that 1-rino wstli ana endanger tlio iiealtli of Infants ami Cliiiflsrcu- -Kspericiaco ag-aiust 3Bxperinie«iio OWN A We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $1.8QO—Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2,35O—Seven-room dwelling, bath, etc., barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $850—Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one Kit. $1,OOO—Six-room dwell ing on North Elm street. Good neigh- hood rnd a bargain. $A5O •— Five-room dwelling with lot 90x140 feet. $6OO—Two small dwellings $600 each, on easy terms. GILL (& RYAN, Barney BWg. Chillicothe, Mo. is a harmless substitute for Castor O'l f Paregoric, Drops a tid Sooth iiigr Syrups. It is Pleasant. f£ coiitaiits neither Oimuii s Mcryhiiio nor otlier Narcotic substance. Hs age is its gnaiantce. It destroys Worms ftnrt allays E'evcrisliness. it cures "Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Jt relieves Teethiiijr Troubles, cures Constipation nad Flatulency. It assim'lutes t5ie Food, regulates the Stomacii ami Bowels, giving healthy and natural The Children's Panacea- ^'iie Mother's FiiemL GENUINE ALWAYS The KM You Have Aiwavs In Use For Over 30 Years. t-i'pnAY STBTET. new YORK err Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs, which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. — GREATEST — BARGAINS -IN- FARM LANDS, PASTURE LANDS, CITY 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 GO. LEBO. . KANSAS. COFFEE Co CITY REAL ESTATE. Modern slat«-roof. brick veneer, S-rooi.. dwelling, large lot, line shadeand fruit, fine location. _ 4-room, almost ncwdwclllng, near Central school, price $B5u . • Nice «-room dwelllmt. near Central school 3ood cellar, south front, price $!>3i). 4-room, new 1 story dwelling on Itaynnnl street, price $500. 25-room ainicst now dwollinirand barn :ina lots and barn, Drlee $700, near Industrial Home. The last four dun-Minns belong to nonresident and have to sell. Farms. 1OO aures Land—40acres One corn land, balance Umber, blue grass pasture, unfnll- inersprlnK, $2.500, &00 down balance 0 per cent. 70-acreFann—4-room dwelling, barn nntl out-bulldlngs. Macros fine eurn land, l>.il- ance rolllnc blue grass pasture, on R. H\ I), and telephone Hue, unfLilliiKspring in pasture, price $S ITU. i-WOdown hivlance at 0 p> r cent. I havclarire list of all kinds of Real Estate and can suit you. Money loaned at 5, (land 7 per cent on city and farm land. Insurance •written In companies Hint pay losses on farms and city property. OJIiceacros street from Post umce I. N. PAGE. •H.-M-M 11 -M : i H--H--H--H-H-I-H-* THE 4 CHOCOLATE MINT CRAPE KOLA ORANGE-ADE COCA-COLA F AT ARRINGTON'S OUNTAIN IT GOMES TO WOMAN'S BELIEF •whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening paira. It not only compels the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back. It makes you well. Try it. Sold everywhere In $ 1.00 bottles. WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly, in strictest confidence, telling us ail your symptoms and troubles. We will send free advice (in plain sealed envelope), how to cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Tht Chattanooga Mediane Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "WITHOUT A PAIN," writes Mary Shelton, of Poplar Bluff, Alo., "I CiJi do my housework, although, before taking CARDUI, two doctors had done me no good. I can truthfully say I was cured by Cardul. I want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine." f The druglcss remedy for tin 1 n-lirf of the suIToriiifr. is rapidly \vinnlns favor with * thinkinjr people. For further information see I Dr, T. 6. Phelps Br, Lavina Beausamp 8M8&i1» W Consultation and Examination FREE. Phones: Ollice Ul; Residence: Plielps 20S: Bcauclmmp :!52. Offlc-n Hours: 8 to 12 A. M. I to 5 P. M. VlsltliiK hours by appointment. Ofliluc: Hank of •hilllcotlio WUK. Telephone :>TO. Osfsopathie Physician Fifth Year in Chillicothe 'PHONES: NIGHT 153, DAY 397- RIGHT OFF THE TREES. Fine peaches of good size and uality at 25c per bushel. George lmith,4 miles northwest city. Free elsphone. a27d&wlw English Spavin J.inimeiit removes a Hard. Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blern- shes from horses, Blood Spavins, Curbs pllnts. Sweeney. Ring Bone, S 1111 e s .pralns, nil Swollen Throats. CouKhs, etc ave $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the .osf —onderful Blemish Cure every known old by the N J. Swelatnd Drug Co O E&rstks KBEtaie sf . S3 *£? O S=e. 3: -A., > Ttis Kind Ye;i Have Always Bi ' A BASKET OF FRUIT, C. A. Hagaman complimented tho CONSTITUTION with a basket of delicious peaches and apples Wednesday. The fruit was of prime quality and was much enjoyed. Why does the sun burn? Why does a mosquito sting? Why do we feel unhappy in tho Good Old Summer Time? Answer: we don't. We use DaWifct's Witch Hazel Salve, and these little ills don't bother us. Lparn to look for the aame ort thepos to gpfc the genu<-; inoi" gold'by -flistk'g Pharmacy, ' SHEEP MARKET STEADY. IDEAL NEWSPAPER FICTION. Stories of newspaper scoops on Kansas City, Sept- 4.—Steer matters of current news are many, steady, top, §6.15; grassers steadj but it is seldom that a newspaper to easy; cows and heifers stead', can claim a beat upon a popular stockers steady; calves steady, novel. Such a triumph in the dis- Hogs 5(&7%c lower; top, 86.35 covery of a popular novel was re- bulk, S6.20(£6.27>£. recorded recently by the Chicago Sheep steady. Record-Herald -when it printed Cattle-Receipts 15,000, including serially "The Wings of the Morn- 1,500 Southerns. Native steersS4.5> ing," by Louis Tracy. The judg- (26.50; Southern steers, §2.7* meut of the paper has since been @3.90; southern cows S1.75@3.00 verified by the unprecedent sale Native cowa and heifers, §2.00 the book has had both in the 4.85;stockers and feeders S2.50@ United States and in England. 450; bulls,S2.00^3.15;calvesS2.50 The Chicago Record-Herald's @5.50; western fed steers S3.50;2 Keen judgment in fiction enables 5.25; western fed cows S2.00;a;4.00 its readers to get the best novels' Hogs—Receipts 11,000; heavy often before they reach the book §6.00^015; packers S6.05gi6.27> stands, while its policy of giving pigs and lights, S6.10@:6.35. just the right amount daily and j Sheep—Receipts 6,000; Mut- Sunday makes it a pleasure to fol- . tons 81.50(^5.59; lambs §6.00(«j7.40 low its serials. range wethers, $4.50;S5.75; A radical departure in Sunday • fed ewes, $4.25'.oj5.50. journalism was marked by the ad vent of the Sunday Magazine of the Record-Herald. It ia particu- BLAN3A.S dtTY ORA.1N c , Kansas City, Sept. 4—Wheat larly strong in fiction, both serials Sept. 64c; Dec 66>ic; May and short stories, and it has all 702,'c; Cash No. 2 hard (>5>;<(a)68c; the other attractive features of the | No. 3 65^07; No. 2 red, 67; No. 3 famous illustrated weeklies and 65@0'ic. Corn—Sep 42ifc;Dec 39c; May 39.! 4 'c; July 40c;Uash No. 2 mixed 43%c;No. 2 white, 46J»'c. Oats—No. 2 white No. 2 mixed, 29(5|30c. Kansas Oity Produce. Kansas City, Sept. 4—Butter— Creamery, extra, 23c; packing Eggs—Fresh, extra, 20c. monthlies and challenges comparison with thorn. PASTURES~I?COOD~ SHAPE North Jackson, Sept 4—(Special Correspondence)—This section was visited by a heavy rain Sunday afternoon which will be of great benefit to fall pastures and plowing. Several from here attended the Hagenback circus Saturday. The Sterling sale was attended by a large crowd Friday and every thing sold pretty well. Mrs E. F. Anderson is visiting i^" 1 relatives in Chiliicotho this Miss Maud Kilburn haa visiting relatives in North son for several days. Everybody in North Jackson will attend the Good Roads convention this week. G. H. Bassott and wife returned Saturday from Iowa where they have been visiting relatives for several weeks. Mies Mary Anderson of Chilli- cot?ie is visiting relatives in this neighborhood this week. Charley Prethro was a business visitor in Chillicothe Saturday af- ;ernoou. The La?t Chance Telephone Co. icld a business meeting at the Prethro school house (Saturday night. VV. O. Spears S1OO REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be please to leurn that there is lit least one dreaded disease that .science has been able to cure in nil its stages, and tin- is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh WCCk. I Cure is taken Internally, actiiiK directly j ' upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tin system, thereby destroying the foumlatioi Juck-lof the disease, and giving the patieni strength by hnildintr up the constitution and as.Tl.ittn;*' nntuiv in cluinir its work. The pro;;rl"lors h:i\ e so nuu'h laithin its curative powers t hat they olT-T inn- Hundred l>ollara forany ease t.iat it fails to cure Hend for list of testimonial:!. Address F. .!.('H ENKY & TO., Toledo. O. Hold liy all Druggists, T^e, Take Hall's Family I'll I for eonstlnutlon OFFEREDSMQ PER ACRE Oak Grovo, Sept. 5—(Special Correspondence)—John Davis has been offered §110 pnr acre for his farm by the former owner, Mrs. Hoover. Orlia Turner has bought 45 acres of corn from W. Shaffer. Consideration S150. Owing to tho rain there was no Sunday school Sunday afternoon. Louis Starkey was a guest of John Slattery Sunday. purchased two fine mule colts j ^ Ig Q j) Chase and children rom E. F. Anderson. : aQC i M rs . L. Pursell of Chillicothc E.G. Orr was shaking hands spent Sunday at the Winans vith his Democratic friends in ho mo. Vorth Jackson several days last week. Ed Bcaman unday with of Mooresville was in this section Thursday and and family spent friends in East 'ackson. Mark White was a business vis- tor in tho south part of the county ast wiek. nUaznmntorv .Rheumatism Cured 3 D av B . ortmi Ij. ill. ot [j-jlmiion. Ind.. suys: .My wife had! ', ory Rh atism School will bagin Monday.Sopt. 10th, E, B. Curric, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Winans an- jiounco tho arrival of a fine boy baby Monday moruing. Tho wind Sunday evening blow down a good many poach and apple trees. W. S- Chase is not so well. Mrs. J. H. Lester and son, Gordon, left for Gregory, North Da- for a six weeks' visit for tho every muscle and Joint: her suffering was j KO[;J • rrible and her body and flicowero swollen* ' T- c f n r'a hoilrh most 1,,-yond recognition: had been In bed benefit of Mrs. Lester S health. >r six weeks und had eight physicians, but iccJved no henellt until she tried the Mystic for Rheumatism, it save immediate Mrs. Sam Israel and daughter, Dora, left Tuesday morning for un lor itueumitLiaiu. iu K'»>U u.....^«...-« j •*"" *•* « ^ ollef and she was able to walk about in three | Clarksvillo, Neb., On a two weeks ays. 1 am sure it saved her life." Sold by ,'..,. . h -_ „„„ T?H N. J.Sw-tlnnil l>r a Co. . TIS1C CO 1101 auu, -LIU. Mrs. Robert Carr and children of Pawnee, Neb., are here on a Livingstonjcounty farms of var- ^.^ tQ ro i ativos . REAL ESTATE. ous sizes at from §10 per acre up. or quick sales we have SO acres at 810, 20 acres at 815, 240 acres at §50 and 50 acres at S60 per acre. Also have large stock of new and second-hand goods. Stoves, hardware, furniture, etc. Good location and trade. A money-maker. C. F. Wikoff. 3s d-wlw Chillicothe, Mo! It's the only medicine known that penetrates into every organ of the body and stays there. It's the best tonic in the world— Hoi- lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland drug company. Itch mi human cured in SO minutes by WOOLKOKII'S SASITAKY LOTION. Tills nOVCr falls. Hold by tho N. J. Shetland iDruu Co For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of WABASH RATES If you want to go to New York now is the time, the rate is very low, first class tickets and first class service. Homeseekers excursions. One fare plus $2 for the round trip, tiokets ,on sale fijst and third Tuesday oi each month, limited fop return. g)l days from date of sale'-- w. K. CREASIJSR, Joe Casey has gone to Kansas City where he has a position as a street car conductor. Mr. and Mrs. Scott, who have been visiting Oscar Holcomb and mother,for some time left for their home in Denver, Colorado, Monday. Miss Kate Slattery opened school in tho Jacksnipe district Monday. Frank Felt and wife of Marseilles, 111., are guests at tno Folt- Cliver home. Henry Spenco and family and John Spenco and Mrs. O. V. Lair spent Thursday at the Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Head spent Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs. William A. Wheeling. Mrs. Margaret Casey and Miss Ella Casey wore guests of Mrs. J. D. Casey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendrix of Wheeling came oyor to see the big show Saturday and spent tho night with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Oliver. Riley Norman and wife oi Laredo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jo Winans Monday night. W. F. Israel is putting in concrete walks around his house. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Herriford and son, George, visited with Mr and Mrs. James Herriford day. Sua- TMENT Mercury and potaslt are very deceptive treatments and the blood poison sufferer who depends on them for a cure is sure to be disappointed. These minerals will remove the external symptoms and shut the disease up in the system for a while, but the trouble will surely return and the loathsome symptoms of sore mouth and throat, copper-colored spots, falling hair, sores, and ulcers etc., will be accompanied by the disastrous effects of thej treatment. The continued use of these strong minerals will completely ruin the health and weaken the system to such an extent that the original' disease often becomes incurable and sometimes fatal. Mercury and potash eat out the delicate lining of the stomach and bowels, destroy the gastric juices, producing chronic dyspepsia, cause mercurial Rheumatism, salivation, and where they are taken in large quantities cause necrosis or decay of the bones. S. S. S. is the only remedy that can cnre : Contagious Blood Poison surely and safely. This remedy of nature, made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, antidotes and destroys the powerful vims of the disease and by purifying the blood of every particle of the poison and enriching and strengthening this vital fluid it removes every symptom and leaves the body in a strong, healthy condition. When the blood has been purified with S. S. S. the cure is complete, and not one vestige of the poison is left for future outbreaks. Do not waste valuable time, and dam- PURELY VEGETABLE. a ° e y° nr health with tlle mineral treatment, but cure your case with S. S. S., an absolutely safe remedy. We offer a reward of $1,000 for proof that S. S. S. contains a particle of mineral. Book with instructions for self treatment and medical advice without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA* MOORESViLLE ITEMS. Mooresville, Sapt. 5.—(Special Correspondence)—Mr. and Mrs. . K. Benson, and daughter,Sadie, returned last Wednesday from olorado where they have been on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Keath, Mrs. ?iah and Miss Lena Romeiser re- urned to their homes in Chillico:he Monday after a week's visit with relatives. William Lydick was in Chillicothe Saturday on business. Misses Hattie, Irah and May Kirtley, Pay and Clyta Frith at- ended the Hamilton fair Thursday. Mrs. Frank Lydick and Miss tfay Lydick of Colorado spent the lay visiting with Mrs. Gibeaut riday. Misses Effie Fiske and Florence cMillen drove to Chillicothe Saturday. Miss Paulino Cross wont to Breckenridge Monday morning, o renew her studies in the Breck- nridge schools. Stop Babies' Tears. Ninety pur cent of babies' trou- iles are caused by disordered tomach or bowels. They can all ie quickly cured by a few doses of hat great digestive medicine, Dr. }aldweli's (laxative) Syrup Pepin. It digests curded rnilk, sweet- ns the breath, reduces foyer and elieves pain. Absolutely harm- ess to mother or child. Sure re- lef in teething. Sold by all Drug- ists at Me and SI.00. Money back ; it fails. AucfiuiT Everythiug in the "Star Saloon' ill bo sold at auction during the nlcrstato Good Road convention. Vll of the fine wines, whiskies, nd brandies will be sold for first ost. Whiskies as good as the est at S1.50 to 32.00 per gallon ght out of the barrel. Farmers ring your jug to the "Star Sa- oon." Blackberry brandy and hiskey 50c per quart, Jadtf Prof. Tyler, oi Amherst college, aid recently: "A man 'can live omfortably without brains; no man ever existed without a diges- vo system. The dyspeptic has either faith, hope or charity." lay by day people realiza the im- ortance of caring for their diges- on; realize the need of the use of little corrective after overeating. corrective like Kodol For Dys- epsia. It digests what you eat. old by Clark's Pharmacy. What is tho difference between [ say and I do? ' Most ready mixed paint makers say their paint osts less, yet when you come to sk the price you find it costs 25 to WHEN YOU ARE GETTING GLASSES Gut them rijfht. Absolute satisfaction in tho relief of Headache and Evestrain. 0 cents a gallon more than Hammar Condense;! Paint. Hammar !ondensed Paiat does save you money on your paint bill. Every allon gu'iranteod, no risk. Sold nly by S lu^ders -Turner Lumber 23ad-wtf A. B. MACDONALD KAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. Dr. (Arthur J. Simpson, SURGEON AND OCULIST Eye Ear Nose Throat Practice devoted to Surgery and Diseases of the Eye, Ear Nose, Throat. Special attention given to surgery of the Eve, Nose and Throat. CLASSES FITTED Office in Herman Bldg. Xortli Hido So.. Phones SS and 212 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FOB SALE buys a 5-room cottage near First ward school. Ground 100 feet square. Good neighborhood. Water and sink in kitchen. Inquire at this office, dtf will buy one of the most desirable cottages iii town. Ground 105 by 112. Five rooms down stairs; large attic that can bo converted into two bed rooms at small cost. Fine cellar, water in kitchen and yard; barn and woodshed combined. Newly papered. Fire-place and grate. Inquire at this office. dtf For sale—Wood baseburner very cheap. Call this week 203 East Polk street. 58d2t WANTED Board and room wanted by single man. Apply thia office. 29a dtit. FOB BENT FOR RENT—Good 7-roorn house; j office rooms, best on north side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. a30 dtf. A first class teacher, out of em- aloyment through a misunderstanding, would like a position. Apply at this office. 3sd3wl LOST Lloyd Gunby loft Wednesday jon for Kansas City, where ho will visit several days. From here he will go to Columbia, here he will enter the State Uni- ersity. L og t_On Aug 26 a gold chain with a gold heart attached bear' ing a dagger. Finder will return I to this office and receive reward. ! S'ld4t LOST—An Elk tooth cuB button, with inscription, "600". Leave at this office and receive reward. Charles B. Irwin. -!sd2t i A metropolitan caste with "The Homeseeekers" at the Luella Saturday afternoon. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Every woman covets a shapely, pretty figure, and many of them deplore the loss of their girlish forma after marriage. The bearing of children is often destructive to the mother's shapeliness. All of this car. be avoided, however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the Jano-er of chiid-birth.'and carries the expectant mother safely through this°critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the use of this wonderful ^^ ^^ _ remedy. Sold by all 111 Jif ^s^.J&S-A ^^ MA *^fe OtnGr & book, telling all about this liniment, v.-ill be sent free.

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