The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on September 7, 1906 · Page 3
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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Friday, September 7, 1906
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CHIIrLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPTEMBER 7 OR. SAL Scvenjloom House Nino lots. Good barn. Ail kinds frifit. A good location. Price $1850.00 Nine-Room Brick House In city. Modern. Good barn. Price $1700. Frame. House l\vo blocks from square. Price 81,850. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, •rood barn. Price $025. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price 31,250. Eight-Room Frame House Tinx-e blocks from square. Modern. Pricei 83,500. Six-Room House Five lots, good barn; fruit of all kind. Price $800. Five-Room House Five room hoosc. Good repair, price $525.00. Eight-R.oom House Modern. Three blocks from square. New barn. Wood house. Price $2,600. BazelJ. Meek Land Co. AT.Canningham, Mgr. City Dept. BEEF STEERS STEADY- Kansas City, Sept. 6.—Steers steady; top. $6 25; cows slowr; heifers steady; stockers steady; calves steady. AVALOH NEWS. Avalon, Sept 7.—(Special Correspondence)—Miss Myrtle Houx and Miss EdnaBoman wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Browning We Have These and Many Other | Bargains. E S1.80O—Nine-room ilvrclliii!r : small barn, some fruit, two li>ts : in excellent iioi^hbormuKl. $2,350-Suveii-rooin dwelling, bath, etc., barn and woo'dslied. Lot 511x112 feet. $85O—Fivu-roo:n dwelling- ou -West Webster street, one lot. SI,OOO —Six-roomdwul liu£ ou North lilra street. Good nciyH- liood rnd a bargain. $85O — Five-room dwelling with lot 00x140 feet. $60O — Two small dwellings SliOO each, on easy terms. Tlic Eind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of and has been made under liis personal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in tliis. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as,-{rood» are l>«t Experiments that trUte witb and endanger tlic liealtli of Infants and CliBdrcu—Ksperieace agai?ist Kxpenmen-. C^tcria is a harmless substitute for Castor O55, Paregoric, Drops aud'SooUiiiiff Syrups. It is Pleasant, ft courams Heither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie snbsfemcc. Ets ago is its guarantee. It destroys \\oruis j"id allavs Fcvcrislu.css. it, cores Diarrucea and Wind Coli-. It Believes Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ttud Flatulency, it assiinyatcs the Food, regulates tuo Stouiacn and Rowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* 'She ChUdreu's Panacea- ^"ue Mother's Friend. , GENUINE. CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Hogs steady to oc higher; §0.27>•<; bulk, S'5.00(ft6.20. Sheep steady. Cattle-Receipts 6,000, including gunday. 1,000 Southerns. Native steersS4.00 (£6.50; Southern steers, §275 @3.85; southern cows S1.75@3.00; Native cows and heifers, §2.00 4.85;stockers and feeders §2. bQ(al 4.50; bulls,$2.00@3.15;calves$2.50 @fi.OO; western fed steers $3.40(2! 5.15; western fed cows §2.00;a3 90. top, 'several days last week. Mrs. Sivney of St. Louis was the guest of Mrs. Jim Baauchamp Miss Mabel Altman of Chillicothe attended the Dunlap -Linton wedding Wednesday night. Miss Leila Dobbyns returned Sat urday from Chillicothe where she had been visiting friends. Charley Cox is homo visiting . Hogs— Receipts 8,000; heavy S6.OOiaG.10; packers §6.00(§6.25; piga "~ and lights, S5.SO@6.30. Sheep— Receipts 7,000; Muttons 84.50(rt>5.50; lambs S6.00<<§7.65 range wethers, $4.75ci5.75: fed ewes, 84.25^5.50. KANSft-SOITX Kansas City, Sept. 6— Wheat- Sept. 63Mc; Dec 657»c; May 70,'4C;Cash No. 2 red 65Jl-(a67Jv.c; No. 3.G5(«60; No. 2 red 66c; No. 3 61>a(<jiP5c. Corn— Sep 42i< fl 'c;Dec 3S? 8 'c;May 38% c;July 3fl>4c;0ash No.2 mixed 43;i'c;No. 2 white, •16©46.' 4 'c. Oats— No. 2 white 31>ic; No. 2 mixed, 29,'- 4 (*30^c. - Kansas City Produce. Kansas City, Sept. 6— Butter- Firm. Creamery.extra, 23c; packing 16Kc. Eggs— Firm, extra, lOc. GILL < Barney BIdg. & R.YAN, Chillicothe, Mo. GREATEST FARM LANDS, PASTURE LANDS, G1TY PROPERTIES. Prices ou Best Crop-Growing j Lands in Kansas ran^in;? from j $30 to $40 per acre. Invest, now and double your money in live years or loss time. Correspondence -riven ready reply. All calls of prospective j buyers given courteous attention. MATINEE 2:30. NIGHT 8:20 SATURDAY, SEPT. SAMUEL COMPANY lin-5i'iil. I lie ijoaiitiful coim-ily drama Complete Scenic Production; A Metropolitan Caste; A Play of Western Life, Replete with Stirring Situations of Heart Interest,. Scats on s.i!" at. owl Drug Stem-, PRISES: laf. IS-25e. High! 25-35-50-75. Boxes $8, LETTER TO J.L SGHMITZ. Chillicolhe, Mo. Doar Sir: The cheapest thing iu tho way of sending anything over the world is a postage stamp; and tbo cheapest way to shed water is paint. ^ Nut whitewash ;1 paint. Do you happen to know—it don't belong to your business to know about paint, you know—do you happen to know that most of tho makers of paint stuff it out with lime ajad clay and sand and water and alr'J They do BtuK it out iu the can; I but uot ou the house. They make more gallons to sell or to buy more money to pay for paint more monoy to pay for putting i ou;agood deal more money to pay for putting it ou; but no more beauty; inoro rust; decay; disappointment; loss. Devoo is your paint; because it' all paint, no sham and full moas ure. Yours truly F. W. Devoe & Co New York, Chicago and Kansa City. P. S. Dcardorff & Mecaskey so oui paint. Jeilerson City, Mo. Sept 6.— Vaughan, Byaii and Raymond, the convicts who killed officers Allison and Clay in attempting to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Cahrles Banks of Kirksvillo visited relatives and friends here last week. Miss Blanche Warner returned Friday from Chillicothe when she had been visiting since the Meadville Chautauqua. The peach crop is abundant this year. Rev. Armstrong is supplying the numerous friends of his with generous baskets of tho fine fruit. Howard Warner was in Chilli- othe Friday on business. Dr. R. E. Chaflin and daughter, linna, were in Chillicothe first of 16 week, Tho • Avalon college opened londay morning with an attend- nce of 31. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Kerns and Mrs. Warner were in Chillicothe Wednesday and Thursday, Guy Stowe of St. Louis is visit- ng his mother, Mrs. Stowe. S. A. Browning and wife spent Wednesday and Thursday in Chil- icothe. Miss Fern Beauchamp attended he show one day in Chillicotho. Miss Anna Elizabeth Dunlap Every mother feels great dread of the-pj^_ and danger attendant npjon the most critical period of her life. Becoming 33 are the £.:•=•;= reiiwe r=s serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend. "It is worth its -weight m gold, says many who have used it. $1.00 per bottle at drug stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to any address free upon application to BRADFIEM.D REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga, MOWS Friend mil Gail Linton were married Wednesday night, Aug. 29, at the homo of the bride's p ireuts, Key. Armstrong performing tho cero- mony. $3.25 TOSLouAN RETURN VIA WABASH For train No. 14 due in Chillico- tho 12:29, midnight, Friday night, Sept 7th, the Wabash will sell tickets to St. Louis and return at the extremely low rate of 83.25 for the round trip. Tickets limited for return leaving St. Louis at 8 p. m. Sunday, Sept. 9th. W. E..CREAMER, Agent. English spuvln Mmniuni removes Hard. Mottor Unllims-U Lumps nnd Blaiu- lahes from l">rs«3. Blood Spuvlns. Curbs Bpllnts. swouney. HH'K B"nc. stifles Sprain*. »'l Hwoilcn Throats. Counhs. etc ti-ivc KH by use of cm« botlle. Wnrruutod the UK »- -onderlul Klemlsli tluroevury known 3olcl by tho N J-Swi-lnHid ImigCo AUCTION Everything in tho "Star Siloon' will bo sold at auction during the PETTICOAT SAVES A TRAIN. Conway, Ark., Sept. 0—Upon a single match depended the lives of many persons Tuesday night, when an attempt to wreck the Fort Smith passenger train, near Palarm, was frustrated by John Sloan and wife. The couple, while walking along the track, discovered a switch thrown o"pen and large stones and railroad ties piled on the track. The switch light was out and the lock was broken. The train was speeding around curve. Sloan had but one match, which he succeeded in lighting. He fired a piece of paper. ' His wife removed her white petticoat,'and, waiving it in the light of the burning paper, succeeded in stopping the train within a few yards of the switch. 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. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It digests curded milk, sweetens the breath, reduces feyer and relieves pain. Absolutely harm- loss to mother or child. Sure relief in teething. Sold by all Drug gists at 50c and Sl.OO. Money back if it fails. ^ ^ NOTIGfTTcONTRACfORS. Notice is hereby given tha sealed proposals will be receivec CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS $750 ground ~«~ -^ neighborhood. Water and sink in ritchen. Inquire at this office, dtf ^nnnn will buy one of the 9&UUU most desirable cottages n town. Ground 105 by 112. Five rooms down stairs; large attic that can be converted into two bed rooms at small cost. Fine cellar, water in kitchen and yard; barn and woodshed combined. Newly papered. Fire-place and g^ 6 Inquire at this office. dtf FOB. 3AT.K buys a 5-room cottage near First ward school. 100 feet square. Good For sale—Hard coal baseburner. Inquire at this office. Ssdtf FOR RENT— Good 7-room house; 6 office rooms, best on north_ side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. a30 dtf. For rent—7 room house on South Locust street, bath room, cellar and garret, all modern improvements. Inquire of A. Wall- brunn. 7sd3t FOR RENT—The Broaddus home, corner Dickinson and Polk streets. Apply to A. B. Davis. d« LOST Lost—On Aug 26 a gold chain with a gold heart attached bearing a dagger. Finder will return to this office and receive reward. aid-It H-H-H-M 'H-I-H-: escape from the Noveuibr-r, 1005, penitentiary in and who were *-^ n. „!..,.,, siiite-ronf. lirick venei'r, S-room dw ! ; mn"!laiw lot; line shado and fralt.llm- 'Troo'm, almost newdwellimr, near Central ""Vmfd^llln-. n «,r0«un,l schoo, "•r'hir'lnst four dwelling l,e!,.i,B to. i«.n- resldent :uul have to sell. Farms. ->vs fine Jorn land, n,isr a pid 1 yw ! nn,n B , convicted of murder in the first degree and sentenced to be hanged, have appealed to tho supreme court and their cases hayo been f et drfwn for hearing in the criminal division of the court for hearing, on October 11. A decision may be expected from the supreme court some time next November. ' Interstate Good Road convention I All of the fine winoa, whiskies, and brandies will be sold for first cost. Whiekios as good as the best at S1.50 to §2.00 per gallon rieht out of tho barrel. Farmers " . .1 rrr~<i.,.-.C*.«_ Jr, lasina Beaucamp "consultation mid Examination FllEE. Ollico Hours: S til 12 A. MI to T, P. M. Visiting lionrs hy appointment, E£, Osteepathie Physician SPBOIAMST. 1NOHKONIO DISEASES CONSITI.TATION AND EXAMINATION K K E K . $100 REWARD, $100. Till- readers .it tills paper will l>e toleanituat thereisac least one H;nts Houso to workers. I disease that science has l>een «^ NothTng is more important to .,,.11 itssu^s.and u.eis Cutn.n, briiigyour jug to the "Star loon."' Blackberry brandy whiskey 50c per quart, 29adtf Sa- and . The proposals must be- according to form required and ed by the city engineer. A certified check in trie furnistt- sum of -PHONES: NIGHT 153^DAY 397. f CHOCOLATE MINT GRAPE KOLA ORANGE-ADE COCA-COLA A FAILURE IN MEMPHIS. Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 6-The Realty Trust company, which did a sinal' banking business here, failed to open its doors today. The assets are placed at 360,000; liabilities, 839,000. The books are said to be in such a-confused condition that no detailed statement can be given. The company is capitalized at 8100,000. slight. slight 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 (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It is a pure liver toi-ie-a euro for Constipation, Biliousness, and Indigestion. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and §1.00. Money back if it fails. FOR RENT 3 nice rooms ensuite, suitable for light housekeeping Supplied with water, sink and closet. North Locust street near the square Also, one large room, second story over Reynolds Book store on Locust street. One 4-room dwelling near Cen- Catarrh Cure nth known to th.. 1 only positive c tail fraternity. plonseJ ilivailfil to euro . II nil 'a »«»»* lat«'n *25 00 must accompany each, bia to insure the making of a contract. The right to reject any and .all bids is reserved by the t/ity Council. BUELL WIDELY, City Auditor. by tho City Auditor of the city of Chillicothe, Missouri, up to twelve o'clock noon, on the 12th day of September, 1906, for the doing of |J 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 ,3. Easton street, being a distance of about 573 feet. All the said work and labor shall bo 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 the ordinance of the city of Chillicothe, Missouri, calling for said improvements I I HEW YORK SPECIALISTS WILL CONDUCT A SANITARIUM At LUDLOW, MO., for cure of WHISKEY, MOHPHIN-E, and all DRUG HAHITS. Guarantee pay when cured. Also cure CANCER, GOITRK, RUPTURE and Pirjjs. No cutting, no pain, no pay until cured. 0. Broyles, M. D. Secretary. JACOBS' FUNERAL SATURDAY. The funeral of Edward Jacobs, who killed himself Wednesday . requires a bi-liig a, eoiistltutlimal dlseas> constitutional treatment. Hau» --"•"' Cure is taken Internally, acting <Ui.ctI> upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tin. «v,tem tliereby destroying the foundation 0 >f U ,e'dis<-a,e, ami «lvln« the Patient tmnirtli by bullOiiiB "P <•»'- constitution „ das tin* nature in d..l»K Its work. Tho r prietorslmvesoumch fultl.Hi It, cura- ivc powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case tlmt it fails Lo cure send tor list of testimonials. Address F.J.UIlliXEY ft CO.. Toledo. O. Hold by all lirui-'nists. 7->c, , Take Hall's Family rill for constipation Second-Class Colonist Ba'.es. One-way second-class colonist tickets will be sold via the C. M. & St. P. daily August 27 to October 31, 190G, to all the principal points in the west and north-west, also to points intermediate. Half of colonist rates will be made for children. A world of truth in a few words : "Nearly all other cough cures are constipating, especially those containing opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Horfey and Tar moves the bowels. Contains no opiates." You can get it at Clark's Pharma- aijgui-" -••- D 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 Sold by Clark's Pharma- tral school ouilding. Office over store. Theroas nothing so pleasant as | meals. that bright, cheerful, at-peace- joy. . . T — with-the-world feeling when you \ ^^ ^ jjjrj TREES Fine peaches of good size cy- SEASON CLOSED. John Bunton arrived in Chilli- cotho Thursday night from Beau- moat, Texas, where he has been pitching in the Southern Texas league. John has been pitching evening, will take place irom the home of his father, Peter Jacobs, Sr., northeast of Chula Saturday morning at ten o'clock, Rev. J. K. Stein officiating. Burial will be made in the Ricket cemetery. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Aiways Bought Bears tha Signature of 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. Mr. and Mrs7*RTs. Rust and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. . .rood ball IhU season having won 21 games out of 30. He probably will remain in Chillicothe the remainder of tho season Wollard, who have been the guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc- Cuistonand family, returned to their homes in Richmond Friday. Agent. ANDREW LEBPER Baskett's Jewelry 5sd6t DEATH CAUSED BY DROPSY Joel Roe, an old and highly respected citizen of Wheeling, died __-. ^ a t his home.Thursday morning, at Prof. Tyler, of Amherst college, j ^ o , clock of dropsy. Mr. Roe said recently: "A man can live i had been in poor health for some comfortably without brains; no | fcime but his death was unexooct- ,,or oYiRted without a diges- , , , . able t o be up tive system neither faith, -— --- f The dyspeptic has hope or charity. \o&. He had been able and about the house until be up few sit down to your breakfast. There I is nothing so conductive to good work and good results. The heal=- and Geore thv n?an with a healthy miad. and ^ body 's a better fellow, a better if workm&u, s Sete:.£:i!ssa thsa ibp f tnsa op woiasfi Be<J fey sctao / quality at 25q per bushel. $jpith,4 mi'% northwest city. Frqp neiuiui i<in.": — r- Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion; realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating, A corrective like Kodol For Dys- ppia. It digests what you eat. by Carkharmacy. when he was taken to Bagide3 hig widow he is survived TO HEALTH houses> Malaria is an atmospheric poison our lungs through the impure air ansin ponds, damp cellars, sewer pipes- imo vegetable matter, etc. Day after the lungs, and as the blood { poison and in its circulation^ of tne body. iiJ. ' i - fiiipfi -witutiie poisuu auv* u**.t> »«*• — • coming until the circulation is fi » ed ^ comePs lluted> tuin and *eak and has the system at its niercy '.J^ils to properly nourish and strengthen the its slow irregular circulation laut. to yiuy^-i } ^ ^ ^ ^ ar ,A •nrSannn nf body. Theulhs entire system fected wjth tie o£ ^^ t(j ^ ^ it gives no warning of its poison and this foe to health P boy. en . p Malaria are allowed to «««« ithe No one can feel well when the sj is weak, the appetite sallow and the enhre removed frou, the system can accoinphsh morbid matter, s to propery nou ™ Qt 1 ^ if the rms and poisons of a "ion will break 'down. coadition . the vitality complexion grows poison. Malaria must he and the onl was held Friday morn- 1US „„ ~ o'clock from the Chris- trian church, Rev, O. P. Bishop of Liberty officiating. Burial was the Wheeling cemetery ,__ this lluici to a surougThYalthy condition. S. S. S.' is made of roots, herbs and barks combming, purifying and tonic properties which keep the bk,od frle of all poisons and the system m| perfect condition. While, destroying.the P of Malaria and building up the weak,| ... • " s S. gives tone ana vieor, *' *~ • .advice -•*

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