The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on September 7, 1906 · Page 4
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 4

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ife" CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEP. 7 1906 ^r-'^grt^ " - OURCCLOTHES 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 appearance of a Man, dressed in one of our Suits will create a good impression anywhere. We offer our trade garments that have passed with highest honors the most critical inspection of Clothing Experts. Men who know every detail that contributes towards artistic cutting and tailoring. It is for this reason, Sir, that we say "Our Clothes Talk." If you have not tested the high character and superiority of our Clorhing, we trust that you will not fail to do so the present season. Both your pride and your purse will lind it profitable, if you come here for your Clothes. Remember, please, that you've a string to every Dollar you leave with us, until you're perfectly sat- fied. NEWLAND <& DIDER lONCER IBID WHEN YOU ARE GETTING GLASSES Get them right. Absolute satisfactioi in the relief of Headache and Ey estrain A. B MACDONALD EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER Dr. lArthur J. Simpson, SUR.GEON AND OCULIST Eye Ear Nose Throat Practieadevot- ed to Surgery and Diseases of the Eye, Ear Nose, Throat. Special attention -given to surgery of the Eye, Nose and Throat. GLASSES FITTED Office in Herman BIdg. North Side Sq.. _Phones S3 and 212 COALmfEED PHONE 75 THEO SHEPPARD AT TALENT'S BARN. OPEN FOR ALL ENGAGEMENTS -THE- CHIUICOTHE CONCERT04 ff 0 Aurmicss C. A. SPOONER, Mgr. •**• ! -I-M-I-M-I-M. Ruth Francis took a longer lead in the contest for the CONSTITUTION prizes, Friday, polling the largest vote of th'o day. The contest will close one week from tomorrow. Ruth Francis, Chilli 32,520 Vernie Grouse, Chillico 31,190 Inez Cox, Grand R 23,660 Louise Joslin, Chilli 23,250 Ruth Thompson,CreamR.. 16,410 Euterpe Club 10,710 Sadie Bradford, Chilli.... 9060 Imo Coberly, Chilli ...... 4800 Nola Thompson, Chilli.... 4550 Ona C. Lowey, Chilli...... 2740 Eva Flenniken,MooresT.. Mary Grace Seay, Chilli... Garnett Thompson,Sou. p. Laura Bird, Wheeling Pearl Venard, Fairview.... Lucile "Venable, Jackson.. May Brookahier, Chilli... Cora Carey, Bla,e M. ... Joseph Iberg, Medicine.... Hazel Eatep, Chilli Loyal Knighta, Chilli Eva Toner, Monroe Ethel Gann, Sampsel Banna Kerr, Green Gladys Mowry, Samp.... Lena Morris , Chillico.... Bessie Prorolt, Chillico Mrs. S. H. Price,So.pre .. Alena Bushnell,Blue M... Clara Parker, Chilli Ethel Gillmartin, Chilli ... Xanthia Dowell, Chilli Anna Summerville, So. p.. Mary Lamb Myrtle Martin, Chilli Lucile Thompson Ethel Garr.. Gladys Hosman, Chilli... Laura Hudson Bernard Sallee , Ruth Page, Chilli Cora Clark, city. : Maude Hughes, Chilli Flora Hudson, city.. .... Vlaude Lee, Chilli.. ? Louise Krouae, ..-'.. 2730 2060 1940 1600 1740 1730 1320 1100 1100 820 820 800 SOO 740 700 660 500 480 460 410 - 410 360 340 340 320 320 280 240 160 100 80 80 40 40 20 20 Hood's Pills SS After-dinner pill; pnrely vegetable; prompt i pleasant; easy to take and easy to ojwrato. ! Peptiron Pills Irmiize tho blood, feed the nerves and brain, ton« tho stomach, and give restfnl sleep. fiOc. or |1. '>rtiRirists or mail. C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell. Mass. If Dlade Iir U<xxl It's Good, STILL AT THE OLD 1STA8D E. M- GRELLIN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHtLLICOTHE FOR 20 YEARS 30 MULES BRING $3,000. Wheeling, Sept. 7.—(Special iorrespondence)—P. P. Peugh old one day this week 30 head of mules at §100 per head. Mr. Reynolds of Easton, Mo. was visiting in ourlcity this week. 'Mrs. John Clark left Friday for 3t. Louis v,here she joined her us.band, who has a position in j that city. ' _ Joe Carlyle and family have moyed to South Missouri where they will make their future home. Quite a number from here attended the big show in Chillicotho Saturday. Li'. P. Carlyle and wife are visiting inWheeling this week. Frank Switzer and wife visited in Chula this wesk. Rev. C. H. Masten assisted by O. P. Bishop is holding a series of meetings in the Baptist church. A large delegation went to heir our governor Tuesday but was disappointed. Charlas Higgins of Mountain Grove, Mo., is visiting relativas; jn, and near Wheeling this week. Quito a number attended )Ui£ funeral of Joe} goe Friday flio^n> Ing. I' PERSONAL AND LOCAL L, B. Tyler of Snyder visited relatives here Friday. Miss Lessie Sturges of Meadvill is the guest of Miss Faye Stewart. Miss Jewel Reynolds is visiting friends in Breckenridge this week. J. R. Sevier of Browning wa the guest of Cuilliootho friends Friday. D. M. Barber of Breckenridg< was in the c.ty Friday transactini business. Mrs. Mary Lightncr of Mead yillo is visiting at the home o Goo. Reynolds. C. E. McWilliama, editor of the Meadville Messenger, was in Chil ticothe Thursday. Capt. C. Fink of Hak- is in thi city the guest of his daughter Mrs. F. b. Hudson. H. E. Ishm-iel of Wheeling wa here attending the Good Road: convention Thursday. Howard Warner and Fred Go] of Avalon transacted business i Chiliicothe Thursday. Your step has lost elasticity be cause your blood has lost vitality which Hood's Sarsaparilla wil restore. Mrs. H. G. Fowler will leave t night for St. Charles, where she will be the guest of relatives ove Sunday. Lou Roberts will leave Saturdaj noon for Fair Oak, Ark., when he will go to work for James Mo Cleery. Karl Hirsh will leave Monday for Columbia where he will re sume his studies at the State Uni versity. Everett Scott and David Sween ey have returned from an extended visit with relatives and friendt- in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kerr p Avalon were shopping in the-citj Thursday and were the guests o Dolph Roberts. Dr, W. R. Simpson returned Thursday morning from Clearmont,where he was called in consultation in a case. - Miss Ethel Smith, who has been in the city the guest of relative: and friends, returned to heivhomi- in Harris Friday. Miss Inez Gordon left Fridaj afternoon for Columbia where shi will resume her studies at thi- State University. Charles Maupin will leave tonight for New Haven, Mo., where he will sp'ond Saturday and Sun day with his parents. Don't forget the matinee at the Luella Saturday afternoon. Tru Homeseekers" the attraction. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Mrs. John McCormick and daughter, Miss Florence, of Carrollton are in the city the guests of relatives and friends. Mrs. W. E. Scott of Brookfleld is in the city attending the Good Roads convention and visiting at the home of S. D. Ruhrer. Attorney F. S. Hudson returned Friday morning from St. Louis whero he has been for tie past three days on legal business. Ed Leahy returned Friday morning from Milwaukee and other northern points where he has been visiting for a month. Rev. Charles Grimes, who has been the guest of his parents,Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Grimes, left Friday for his home in Rocheport, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. J. A, Waterman and family of Breckenridge are in the city the g«ests of D r. Waterman's sister, Mrs. L. H. Gonld. S. H. Marr will leave tonight for St. Louis. He will spend Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Dander in e anew 'THIS HAIR AND WB OAK PERSISTENT ANAEMIA CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PiNK PILLS. STREET Doctor Recommended Them After Other Remedies Failed and Patient Recovered. " When I began taking Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills," says Mrs. Nnthauiol Field, of St. Albaus, Somerset couuty, Muine, "I was the palest, most bloodless persou you could imagine. My tongue and gums were colorless aud my fingers and ears were like wax. I had two doctors and they pronounced my t trouble iimnnm. I tliiuk the disease bad beeu coming ou fortlireu yeans. I was in In«l most of tltc time for two mouths, July uml August 1905, only sitting up to have my bed made ami to rest my back. Ibad-spullsof voin itiug, could not eat, in fact, did not duvo to, I had such distress after eating. My stomacb was filled with gas which causei me awful agony. "The backache I suffered was at timua almost unbearable and the luast exert iot made my heart beat so fast that I couli hardly breathe. But the worst of all wa.s the splitting neuralgia headache which liever left me for seveu weeks. "About the last of August Dr. Wil liains' Pink Pills were recommended ti mo by Dr. J. H. Murphy, of Dexter, Mo. and I gave them a trial. About thin time I had had several numb spells. My limbs would be cold and without HIM feeling and the most deathly sensations would come over me. "Nothing had helped me until I begai taking Dr.Williams' Pink PilLs, in fact I had grown worse every day. After 1 had taken the pills a short time I conl<" see that they were benefiting me and one morning I awoke entirely free from pain. The distress after eating disappeared and in three weeks I could eat, anything I wanted and suffer no inconvenience. I also slept soundly. I have taken several boxes of the pills and liav gained in weight from 120 to 154 pound.-, and am perfectly well no\v." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure aninnui and nil miiomic conditions because thry actually make new blood. l''or rheumatism, indigestion, nervous headaches, many forms of weakness and debility Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are recommended even if ordinary remedies have been tried without relief. These pills are sold by all druggists, or will be sent postpaid, on receipt of price, 50 cents per box, six boxes for S'J.50, by the Dr. Williams Mediciuo Company, Scheuectady, N. T. WILLIAM S. RICHMOND, KNOWN TO LOCAL FRATERNAL MEN g f If £V . 'f When your nerves are weak, when you f~~tC1ii— *»//"/* are easi! >' t;r -d, when you feel all run •*• *• *•*•*•/ K~yi\*it\ clov.-n, then is the time you need a good / strong tonic— Avar's Sarsaparilla. Your doctor will tell you why it has such prv.ver over u-eak nerves, why it makes the blood rich, and why it gives courage and strength. Ask him if it is not just the medicine you need. we h=vo no neorofn i w e publish j.c.Ayorco., ""^TtFTnrmmmfmwvntm mnmm immutiim m .5'": farroulaa cf ftll ftitf modicineH ! Lowell, Mass! several months, as a. result of his Lifeless Body of Man Who Purchas- j prosecution by the state authori- ed Fraternal Bond Found on a St. Joseph Sidewalk Allen HufT, in Eatt bt. Louis, 111. Mr. and Mrs.Harry C. Hubbard, who have been the guests of Mrs. Hubbard r s parents, Mr. «nci Mrs J. H. BrownSeld, have returned t<> their home in Moberly. Al Parker and wife, who hav-* been the guests of Dolph Roberts- and family for the past two days>, returned to their hotne in Brook enridge Thursday evening, John Saale will go to St. Louis- tonight to speml Saturday and Sunday with relatives. He will witness the ball game between St Louis and Cincinnati Sunday afternoon. J. M. McGee returned Thursday afternoon from an extended vis'" .vith relatives and friends in Fred- erickourg, Iowa. Mrs. McOet will visit at that place until theater part of the week before returning home. L. R. Merrick, who went to Rowlette. N. D., several months ago, writes that his home coming has been delayed by the illness of Ed Wescott, who accompanied him to Rowlette, and who is .hreatoned with typhoid fever. 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, Ho. Send for Mo. testimonials. THE ROSES OUT. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 6— Through an agreement between iis attorneys and officials for the State, W. W. Rose will again re- n as Mayor of Kansas City, Kas., and pay the StOOO Vine as- lessed by tne Kansas Supreme 3ourt, in return for which the iontempt proceedings against him will be dropped. Chief Vernon Rose and Capt. ohn P. Kelly of the police force, appointed by Mayor Rose, placed heir resignations in the hands of he Mayor at noon today. They -e to take effect at once. Livingston|county farms of var- oue sizes at from 810 per acre UD. 'or quick gales we have SO acres at §40, 20 acres at §15, 240 acres at 50 and 50 acres at $60 per acre. Also have large stock of new and econd-hand goods. Stoves, hardware, furniture, etc. Good lo- ation and trade. A money-mak- C. F. Wikoff. ' William S. Richmond, formerly of Des Moines, known to local fraternal insurance men as the ties on a charge of irregularities in connection with his insurance business. HOGS5TO IOC HIGHER CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas City, Sept. 7—The live man who purchased the Prater- stock market for today,as reported nil B~nd, an insurance organization which was organized and for a nun ber cf ^etrs had its be->'l- quarters here, was u urd dr.u! ou a St. Joseph sidewalk Thursday morning. The St. Joseph Nowa- Pre*s of Thursday sayy: William S. Richmond, seorct-iry of the Merchants and Laborers Fraternal Union, which has offices in the German-Amrr.can Buik building, was found deid on the sidewalk at Eleventh and Felix streets at 5:45 o'uluck this morning. The lifeless boJy of Richmond was discovered by Elias r7 Trant, a teamster. It was lying on the right side, with the head hanging over the curb, and it was evident that life had been extinct for hours. Mr. Trant notified the police, who in turn advised Coroner Bansbach. The coroner had the body removed to Paris & Berber's undertaking establishment. An autopsy, performed by the coroner, revealed that Richmond's death was due to organic hx-art disease, but the coroner beliovod that there may have been contributing causes. An inquest was announced fur 4 o'clock this afternoon. Richmond lived in the south side of a double tenement house at J10 North Twelfth street. His wife andchiliren have oeeo visitiu^ in Des Moines, Iowa, thoir former home, since last S iturday. Richmond was alono in the house last night and he was seen toileavo it about 2 o'clock this morning by Mrs. Charles B. Harrison, who lives in the north side. It is supposed that he fell dead a few moments later, as the point where the corpse was found is only a little more than a block distant from his home. The Richmond^ are well cm- nected in Des Moines and the dead man's"wife and the family of Governor Cummins of Iowa are upon intimate terms. A message was sent this morniug to Governor Cummins' s ster, requesting her to bro.ik rhe news of Uic.hinon-t's death to his widow. Richmond was about thirty-seven years old and, besides his widow, two children survive him. A daughter, Helen, is about ten years old, and a son; Henry, is about eight ye'ara old. Neighbors of the Richmonds express the opinion that he had been drinking heavily since his wife went to Des Moines, and so the appearance of ;he corpse indicated. Richmond was at his office in the Gorman- American Bank building yostor- dny and seemed to be in usual wealth, although it is known that 10 had been very despondent for by Clay, Robinson & Co., was as follows : Cattle— Receipts 2,000; market s'.endy. Hoej-.Rprr.ipts 5,000; market 5 to lOc higher; bulk §6.03 to S6.25; top $6.35 Sheep— Hcceiptd 1,000; market strong Chio=i .,-<>. Sc-pt. 7— Cattle ceipts- !i OI.'O; rruirkc t Mriniy. Hoes— U,-<-..JJH- li.,1.,00; in 5 lo lUc higher. LADY AGENTS WANTED Ito- SHERIFFS WANT LONGER TERM. Jefferson City, Sept. 6.—The Sheriffs' association of Missouri held a session here today and discussed thu constitutional amendment to be submitted at the November election to make their term office four years instead of two years as the present constitution provides. A committee was appointed to look after the enactment of a law before the next legislature to put into effect the constitutional amendment, should it be adopted by the people. NOTICE. All bills against the Industrial League incurred in connection with the Good Roads convention <;r tho Wild West s<how should be left with tne secretary of the Executive c jmunutfo, H. W. Graham, or tho chairman, B. V Gill, before Saturday night. IN FULL BLAST. Our trimmer Miss Bentley began trimming Monday. She is too well known for comment as she has trimmed for S seasons with us. The three reasons why you should buy Millinery of us. 1st. We have the best Trimmer. 2nd. We have the largest stock. 3rd. We sell cheaper. COME AND SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. As we have to move February 1st, we are now closing oat many lines at Great Bargains. Glad to get cost rather than to move them. 1 lot Boy's clothing $1.25. $1.49, §1.98 & $2.98 worth more. 1 lot Men's $9.00 suits at $6.00 1 lot Men's «6.00 suits at - $4.00 1 lot Men's Duck coats at §1.00 50 dozen Men's hats, Latest Shapes at 75c, $1.00, $1.25 & $1.50 worth 50c to $1 more each. All kinds shelf Hardware, Guns, Silverware, Tools, Etc. •v At Greatly Reduced Prices. MY LOSS IS TrOUR GAIN. N. Y. RACKET ED F. WEST, Proprietor. REMARKABLE LOW PRICES FOR onfgnlion Week, 3s d-wlw Chillicotho, Mr, MI88 LUOY MAY. 692 E. 43d St.. Chicago' D»n<lerlDomi»So3tIie hair feel like turnover silk. It produces that silky and glossy efffict «c •much admired. It contains healing, cooling an<! stimulating properties, just what theicalpneeds, ind what thin and falling hair roust have. It l! med ever made'that will post nature ' " WANTED-FriUIT SALESMEN Fine cling peaches and pa-irs 50cts to §1 a bushel. Phone 578 before 8 a. m. J. W. Green. tf The "Homeseekers" at the Luella Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Prices 15 and 25 cents. For rent—Cottage of 5 rooms, attic and cellar, well located. -Inquire at this office, dtf FOH RENT-^7-room house in. good repair, ^Seymour ^Vlgely. 50 dozen men's pure linen hemstitched Handkerchiefs, some worth up to 35c. Your choice for convention week Only Men's pure Silk Hemstitched Handkerchiefs At - 25c —20 in the lotLadies' extra fine Crav- enet rain coats up-to-date styles, worth $15.00 to $20; Your choice CO QQ for Convention Week. .. .'WUiUU Best LL Muslin At 5c Choice of 2,000 yards very best Dress Prints At , Special Bleached Table Linen, 60c grade; Convention Week Linen Huck Towels, size 18x34; big ^ ga : n ; ..IOC We are showing the grandest line of Fall Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings we have ever shown. New goods all over the store. Make our store headquarters. HARTMAN'S.CHILLICOTHE THE STORE OF FINE GOODS AND BARGAINS.

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