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CH1U,ICOTHE CONSTiTLTJON SEP. 8 iqo6 >NSTmjT10Ni •"* ~,M*- JT •HiraSV .- ••--• - + >»» • i »•*•*-»++-++» WITH * CONSOLIDATED THE MAIL AND STAR 3EPTEMMEB 1ST, 1900, J. L. NEWL.A.ND WM. L. WATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION guarantees to Advertisers a larger circulation in Livinp-ston County than hat of all other local papers published in Chilli- eothe combined. j-Tie price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is $1.00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting- or failing- to so pay, will be charged the 81.50 rate. This rule will be strictlv adhered to. Entered at the postoffice at Chilli- cotfae, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as second-class matter. Office in CONSTITUTION Building, olG.Soutb Washington Avenue. Telephone No. 105. By Mail—Postage Prepaid: Daily, one vear 85.00 Daily, six months 2.50 Weekly, one vear. in advance 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1.50 Weekly, six months 75 The Daily will be delivered by carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per ™">3k. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptlyreport- ed at this . BPHJUB CALT PICNIC PARTY FATALLY INFECTED The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity. Every bottle of Dr. Pierce's world- famed medicines leaving the great laboratory at Buffalo, N. Y., iias printed upon Its wrapper all the ingredients entering Into its composition. This faet alone places Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines in n class all by tlicmsclves. They cannot be classed with patent or secret medicines because they are neither. This is why so many unprejudiced physicians prescribe them and recommend them to their patients. They know what they are composed of, and that tho ingredients are those endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities. Tho further fact that neither Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the great stomach tonic, liver Invigorator. heart regulator and blood purifier, nor his "Favorite Prescription" for weak, overworked, broken-down, nervous women, years d»nirhr«r r,f n<> r< contains any alcohol, also entitles them ye ^ rb ' aau K"ter of George Oreo ,, to a place all by themselves. u Gait merchant, died at her homo Many years ago, Dr. Pierce discovered ! .uia ttf,;^ n -. that chemically pure glycerine, of proper i l rr 'aa.yj morning, after a u strength, is a better solvent and presorv- illness of two weeks RHV« th*. ative of tho medicinal principles resid- rp , .. " weens says thb ing In our indigenous, or native, mcdi- *• r e n t o n Itepubliean-TribuuB. cinal plants than is alcohol; and. further- I Two wee*s nu-n a m, m K.> r ^f n, more, that it possesses valuable medicinal r g a number of the properties of its own, being demulcent, ! young people of Gait attended a nutntive, antiseptic, and a most efficient pj cn i c i n t ne Deaths H;ive Besultsd and Three Other Members of The Party Are Sericualy III. Miss Bessie Greene, aged 19 antlferment. forming d-ug. as will be semi from a glance a» the formula printed on each bottle wrapper. They are safe to use anil potent to cure. Not only do physicians prescribe the above, non-secret medicines larcoly, but the most Intelligent people employ thrin —people who would not think of using the ordinary patent, or secret medicines. IThey woods, and drunk of water in a near by brook, also washed their hands . the strongest kind of an endorsement and faces in the same water and afterwards ate dinner. Since then every one of the picnic party has been ill, and last Wednesday Miss Alta Biueham, only daughter of Judge Bingham, died of the fever. Misses Grace Stephenson and £^^ls m # l ^T5. tM8 No°ot{i«r C ° llie Cowhic - frion d* °f Miw medicines put up for like purposes has Green, and who attended tho Die- any such professional endorsement. _ = „ „. ., . ^ , - — - — me, also, are near the point of Democratic State|Ticket. , For Judge of Supreme Court, Lone Term. A. »i. woousos 1 . For Judge of Supreme Court, Short, Term. w. \r. GKAVKS. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD AI,r,EN GASS. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. Constipation Is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and "on cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a gt.,tle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Druggists sell them, and nothing is "just as good." Easy to take as candy. death. It is not thought Miss Stevenson will recover. Others, j who have been very ill, are improving. Attending physicians are convinced that the water contained the ma aria, which is very contagious. Miss Greene was tho niece of R its own waning political prestige. Tho members of that crowd are welcome to all the glory and all the benefit they get out of the re- J ' - GreeD) of theFarmo « Exchange i ception, but they certainly have bank of thls oit >.and was very will; no reason to expect Governor Polk kn ° Wn to Trenton people. It was ! to aid their plan, when their pre- hor mother and grandmother vho; in politics is to Democratic County Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUCKER Ropresentattvo JAMES O. RANEY Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS eent day object n pocs is impair as much as possible tho Governor's influence with the State Democracy. were killed on a railroad crossing by a Milwaukee train about a ye f <r ago. Otto Greene, brother of tho dead girl, who has been at tho point of death, is reported slightly improved. "Maka Hay Will » tbo Sun Shines." Prosecuting Attorney E. O. ORR Clerk of the County Court A. M. SHELTON Tieasurcr U. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Clerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW McBRIDE THE LEDGER FOB FOLK. The Mexico Ledger in a recent issue said: "The impression appears to bo' There is a lesson in the work of growing throughout the United tho th »'ty farmer. Ho knows that States that Gov. Folk, of Missou- tho br ight sunshine may last but a ri, is the logical candidate for, da y and he prepares for the show- President of tho United States. ' ala which are so liable to follow. Tho question of good government So il should be with every house- HIGH CLASS DRUGGISTS AND - OTHERS. The better class of druggists, everywhere, are men of scientific attainments and high integrity, who devote tiieir lives to the welfare of their fellow men in supplying the best of remedies and purest medicinal agents of known value, in accordance with physicians' prescriptions and scientific formula. Druggists of the better class manufacture many excellent remedies, but always under original or officinal names and they never sell false brands, or imitation medicines. ihey are I he men to dea! with when in need of anything in their line, which usually includes all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a first-class pharmacy and the finest and best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances. I hei earning of a lair living, with the satisfaction which arises from a knowledge of the benefits conferred upon their patrons and as.-?i.=tance to the medical profession, is usually their greatest reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil. They all know that Syrup of Figs is an excellent laxative remedy and that it rrives univc-real satisfaction, and therefore they are seHing many millions of bottles annually to the well informed purchasers of the choicest remedies, and they always take pleasure in handing out the eennino article bearing the fall name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co.—printed on the front of every package. They know that in cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and of weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits, indigestion, or over-eating, that there is no other remedy so pleasant, prompt anrfbencfieinl in its effects as Syrup of Figs, and they arc glad to seil it because it gives universal satisfaction. Owing to the excellence of Syrup of Figs, the universal satisfaction which it gives and the immense demand for it. imitations have been made, tried and condemned, but there are individual druggists to be found, here and there, who do not maintain the dignity and principles of the profession and whose greed gets tho better of their judgment, and who do not hesitate to recommend and try to sell the imitations in order to make a larger profit. Such preparations sometimes have the name—" Syrup of Figs"—or "Fig Syrup" and of some piratical concern, or fictitious fig syrup company, printed on (he pacl:age/but they never have the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co.—printed on the front of the packace. T"he imitations should be rejected because they are injurious to the system. In order to sell the imitations they find it necessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception, and whenever a dealer passes off on a customer a preparation under the name of "Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup," which does not bear the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of the package, he is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his establishment, whether it be large or small, for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and and deception in one case he will do so with other medicinal agents, and in the filling of physicians' prescriptions, and should be avoided by every OIK who values health and happiness. Knowing that tho great majority of druggists are reliable. \ve supply the immense demand for our excellent remedy entirely through the druggists, of whom it mav be purchased everywhere, in original packages only, at the regular price of fifty cents per boltle. but as exceptions exisHt is necessary to inform flic public of the facts, in order that ;ill m:iy decline or return any imitation which may he sold to them. If it does not bear the full nanu-oi the Company— California Fig Syrup Co.—printed on the front of every package, do not hesitate to return the article and to demand the return of your money, and in future pro to one of the better class of druggists who will sell you what you wish and the best of everything in his line at reasonable prices. aur?dry Thy products of this Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets uiul rllcc- ti'ic Curs. We cater tu the trade that knows. proprietor. DR. J.C. SHELTON, -TIIK Oculist and Catarrh Specialist Limits h s pniuticu y and Dis Llrrly to Sur- of the J Eye, Ear, Nose, & Throat, T Anil I In- ui>rn>i:tliin «I Errors (if tti- J Cnirtlon by •5- Scientific Fitting of Glasses. [£ llactt'riejsi-npic mid IUoo<l t 1 .\atniiut- i Huns mack! fur Pliysici.-uio who are j. not prepared to imikf them. 4. offlu'nvertfr.fiKf:* MU.f.Kl: •'• T!S W.iKliiiijitoli St. Chilllcothi'. Mn. V Tflfplioni's: t'tlliv, ll-t; Hi's. :I33. i--:~r-:~:~:~{- j. --W-H-K-J-r-K-M-J-H-K- CLASS-iFiED ADVERTISEMENTS | i'OK. SA L.ii i buys a 5-room cottage i near First ward school, j Ground 100 feet .--qufire. Go('d neighborhood. Water and sink iti kitchnn. Inquire at this cilice, dti MCK KAY'S Bus, Baggage &. Transfer Line. i urn inr.v liitruti'd ;it M. XV. Litton's ijivi-rv liarn. All Calls iviil !,V |>i-i'iii|itly intended to. I 'tn ru'K - - - - .:) HJ.KI'HOXKS . > KnSll.K.M-K - - i:l H!:XHII:TTA MI-.TKI. No. in. Stenographer Notary Public Fire I in.:'. Chi;i;ei'lli' U-: lL:-,illl.liL-L- lill Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHPT J. MAY Presiding Judge County Oourt 8. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREST M. GILL, Judge Western District C. W..GARLIOK and the enforcement of law is atj hold - Dysentery, diarrhoea and this time the paramount issue i n cholera morbus may attack some every state in the Union. In ev- j member of the home without warn- ery county in every state Polk is ln S- CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, known and respected for his fear- ] CHOLERA and DIA-RRHO'EA less enforcement of the law re- | REMEDY,which is the best known gardless of friend or foe. Folk is .medicine for these diseases,?hould will buy on'.- of the j mostdtiriirablo cottages ih town. Ground lOo by 1 12 Fivu rooms down stairs; Urge attic that can bo converted into two bi-rl rooms at small cost. Fine cellar, water in kitchen and yard; b.r and woodshed combined Newly . . . , ., . , papered. Fire-nlnce nud ar.-itp not only strong in Missouri, but, alwa y 8 be ke P l at ha nd, as imme- rnnuire at this orn ,. e H Htf wherereryou find the people | diate treatment is necessary, and! aroused against the trusts or law' dela y ma y prove fatal. For sale | breakers of any class he has the | b y the N - J - SWETLAND DRUG Co full confidence of the masses of the people. Governor Folk, if a candidate for President, would hare the cordial support of tho Hon. W. J. Bryan and all other For sale—Hard co-i! baseburner | Inquire at thia office. 5sdif DR. MOTLEY TO PREACH. Dr. Marvin Motley of Liberty will occupy the pulpit at the First For Coroner. B. H. CABELL. THE appearance of William J. Bryan in Chillicothe should be made the occasion for a big rally of Democratic forces. Mr. Bryan is favoring.but few-Missouri towns with set speeches and that Chillicothe should be one of these is an occasion of congratulation to county Democracy. tho SOME newspapers are making leaders in the party of that character. In view of the situation, taking into consideration all of the issues, where can you find a more consistent, able or influential leader for the Democratic party than Governor Joseph VV. Folk, of Missouri?" much of the fact that Folk will not lend his and influence to give Hawes reception of Governor presence the Stone- William J. Bnran at St. Louis official standing. There is no reason why Governor Folk should be expected to do BO. The Stone-Hawes combination has chosen to make this reception a personal and private affair, in the hope of rebabili ative THE CONVENTION'S BENEFITS The Good Roads convention which has just been brought to a close will prove of great bem fit to Missouri because it will result in better roads for the state. Some of these results will be Baptist church Sunday evening. Dr. Motley occupied the chair of political economy in the John Hopkins university at Baltimore, Md , last year. Ho is a brother of Mrs. J. C. Shelton of this city. Dr. Motley is a fine talker and no doubt will bo greeted by a large audience. Stomach Troubles a d Omiot.pation No one can reasonably hopo for good digestion when the bowels arc constipated. Mr. Chas, Baldwin, of Edwardsville, III,, says: "I suffered from chronic constipation and stomach troubles for t-ev- immediate, for delegates who at- oral years, but thanks to CHAMB- tended the meeting doubtless will ERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIV- go home inspired with the idea of ER TABLETS, (»m almost cured." building good roads and will put! Why not get a package of these their ideas to work in their home ja blets and get well and stay well? localities. jPrice 25 cents. Samples free For But the greatest good promises : sale by the N, J. SWETLAND DRUG; to come in the shape of a system FOB. KENT FOR RENT—Gfood 7-room house; 0 office rooms, best oa norih Hide- of square. Inquire C. L. Wai to. «yo dtf. For rent—7 room house en South Locust street, hath room, cellar and garret, all modern improvements. Inquire brunn. 7sd3t of A. Wall- For rent—Cottage of 5 rooms, attic and collar, well located. Inquire at this ollioo. dtf Fou RENT—7-room house in -jU repair. doyuiour Witfoly: FOR RENT — The Broadclus home, corner Dickinson and Polk streets Apply to A. 13. Davis. dt •WANTED" WANTED— Gentlemau or lady o jood references to travel aud col- ect for wholesale and retail firm o arye capital. Salary and expenses *ith commission §1500 to §2000 per fear. Salary and expenses paid weekly; expenses advanced. Address with stamp, Monarch Com- 125 Plymouth Place, Chi- THIRD YEAR IN CHILLIGOTHE RELIABILITY A rare opport nity afforded the many ct.runir. sufferers to fjct well in 'he -speediest possible timt: by t re a ting with Dr. Prettyitian The famous specialist of Chicago, who will be at the HE^BIETTfi HOTEL GhiSHesfhe, So,, SfiTUHDIY, SEPT. 15, 1906 9 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Returning Every Four Weeks the College of Physicians and Sur- ffeons. New York City, one of the most not;ib:e in-.litutions of America. The doctor has had special courses of study in K\ K. KAK, NOSE, THROAT, CHKONIC AND NERVOUS DISKAMiS in the great Bellevue and Chanty Hospitals of New Yock City. The results of this experience ;ire many phenomenal cures all over the state. I^S-. PRETTYMAN is no stranger to Misvo iri, as he now makes regular monthly visits to Gallatiri, Columbia, Maryvllle and other Missouri cities, acd has been Uoirjff so for twelve years, never missing a visit. He treats a!l nervous diseases and chronic diseases of the Kyc, ICar, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Liver, Bowels and Bladder. He Successfully Treats Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Rising in E.irs, Deafne-:s, DUoase of the Eye, i-.ar, Ncse, Throat, Lungs, Stom ich. Liver, Kidneys, Urinary Organs ami Bladder, Nervous Prostration, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism, Epilepsy or ..is. r, Frances I, Singer OsfsassafhJe Physician Snci.-1-i-.'ir to Pi. f.Vm-vlfvi- K. I.:IHK|I|IU FiTZPATRICK BUILDING, G04 Washington St.. (Jhillieothu, Mo TKr.Kl'HUNL 414. GNSJLTATI OR FRIE *<>>•->• iTz'ji$%-K, DK. PRETTY JUAN is a ,'raduate BB. H. M. GRAOK, Sura-eon. Uoom.-, :!. 4 bninn buililinjr. t'lio residence .'Misi. I'liysieum ami and .">. \Valles: Office :!'.'*: J, E CALLAWAY.M.D Am- Chronic Ailmeut. Disease. Kvc, Bar. No.;e ami Throat eiven special attention. Office in Walbrunn BUt'jf Office Phone 57. Residence i j hr>"-.- 11. OR. W.H. PERRY, Hemespath Ollico Rooms 1 and '2 Wallbrunn L-ni tliny. hes.donee 1342 west Calhoun at. Office nhone. No. 531: residence ohonc. N'o. .5<J3. All calls in citv ami couutrv answered promjitly day or ni«ht. SKIN W5EASES are quickly,and permanently cured by ZEMO. The fist-application will stop the itching and demonstrate to you the wonderful curative and healins properties of ZEMO. Ask your druggist, he will Jell yon ZEMO easily surpasses anything in the world today for the care of every form I of skin and scalp disease. ZEMO is an honest medicine, and always cures. Get a bottle today of your druggist, or write to us. K. D. McCoononchey of the H. W. Castor * Sons Advertising Co.. at Si. Louis, says: Zemo cared me of a severe case of itching eczema after all other remedies failed. I believe Zerao to be an" honest medicine, ud Trill eladljanswer all inquiries." Price.$I.OO. Leading Druggists or by Express of good roads extending throughout the state. This will be brought about; by slow stages, but it is certain to come. A'neT&constitution, a road gys- i tern planned after the state school system,' more revenue for the roads, from sources now untaxed —all these things will come as the result of the crystallization of good roads sentiment at this convention. Locally the benefits will be immediate; in fact they have already been partly seen in the building of several miles of fine road near Chillicothe. This convention, the manner in which it was advertised and the good style in which the delegates were taken care of have I put Chillicothe in the public eye as a wide awake city. Every dollar that the citizens of the town j have expended in entertaining the j meeting has been well spent. Co. ALDERMAN'S BIG PEACHES. Councilman W- W. Patrick of the Fourth ward can do other things besides guarding the city's cash box—he can raise peaches. The CONSTITUTION received from him Saturday morning two magnificent specimens, one measuring 9 inches in circumference and the other 10. The 10-inch peach is the largest one that has been brought to this office this season. -c,. go,. III. Wuno-d: Traveling and Local Representatives,either sex, to pre- spnt now, attractive advertising offer of first-cUss established music school. Per^nanent work and advancement. Salary for traveling 81020.00 first year and expenses paid weekly. Joseph Moore, s8dlt 121 Plymouth, Chicago. ONLY Br E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO. »0« C*r» Jtrwt, ST. LOUIS, MO. WILL PLAY SUMNER The "Night Ovs Is" will go to jSumner Saturday night iwhere j they will play the Sumnor bal team Sunday afternoon. Larry j Bales will be on the rubber for the locals and a good gams IP expect- the ed. Sumner has dpfiaated l"Night,Owls" three the games this ' gnfpg Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured 3 D av • . Morton L. ill, of Lebanon, Ind.. says: My wife bad! Inflammatory Rbeuiimtiam n every muscle and Jolut: her suffering was terrible and her body and face wore swollen almost beyond recognition: bad been In bed for six weeks and bnd eight physicians, but received no benerlt until she tried the Mystic Can for Rheumatism. It (tare Immediate relief and she was able to walk about lu three days. I am sure It saved her life." Sold by hoN. J.Kw^tlanrt r>r ffOo. Mesdames J. M. Pugh and Charles Allisou and children of Richmond are in the city the guests of J. H. McCuislijn and family, North Walnut street. 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 OeWltt'g Wjlph Hazel Salve, anrj. th^se s little ills, doa'j; HELP WANED—MALK Men iiml hoys I'lunililnir, HrlHtlnylnir, I'lns- tei-ii](i Tradrs pay $'"> to $.s' dny. We hwh you thoroliffliiv in thne inontlis. rositirm frunr.intoed. Free catalofr. t'oync's Trmic School, St. Lf.nis. Mo. —Young men, middle aged me;\ .ild m-n sulTerinj from weakness, im- paried memory, dizziness, nervous debility, loss of power, etc., liloOd p lisoning, leakage, should not let this opportunity pass, as a tri .1 treatment w,II satisfy the most skeptical of his wonderful cura ive powers in these eases. The duc- toi carries all his notable instruments and omnes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertake* m> incurable diseases, but cures hundreds after others fail. Correspondence solicited. Diseases of,Women Treated—Nominal fees only. Co.isuitatiou and exar, nation FREE and strictly private. Address: DR. PRETTYMAN, 4139 Indiana Avenue, Chicago, lli. THE .SOUTH I,c.K:r»T .ST. LIVERYMEN have adiUd to their stock the finest Funeral Car ever brought to Chillicothe. Besides doinf; a general livery business, they jrive special attention to funerals. They also make carriage calls (day or nijfht) to any part of the city or ceiiuty. Telephone 150. 410 S. Locust St. STOHE B&Gfl House Moving & Raisin? Lenvi? orders t\t Snimclers-Turner Lumber Yard J. B, I > Malcom Ferryman, who wa elected principal of the Utica schools left Thursday evening fo that place to prepare for the opening of the school Monday, For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Miss Anna Robinson of Ludlow was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jarrel Friday. It's the. only medicine known that penetrates intp every organ of the body and staya there. It's rhei best tonic ia ihe world— Hol- Rooky Afpnotairj Tea, Tea Tablets, 85 oefifcs, Ss'efc!?pd "" 507 LAWYER Washington Street. Mothers who compare values with prices will purchase School Shoes of us. "Star Brand" Shoes set Competitors guessing. G. D, JJRANT & SON, H-H-M-H-***** JOHN H. TAYLOR. ATTOUX K Y-AT-LAW. Ollirc: 2nd door Masonic IVmpIt 1 , S. Washington St. Collations much- and promptly riMiiitti'ti. Notary til- ways in otlico. % •H-W-t- Socky A Ensjr Heuii-ico f« firic^s Goiden Iic3!:h a.- A srtooitic f^rC'-mstJ-^itio Tsa . Eenosred Vigor. i, Indirection. I.iv - . . , l »>il. UK! Breath, Slii!.--::r.h ItouvN, ICcndaeht* :•-.: j'):mkurhi>. *fs Rucky Jlonnfciip T?;i in tali •t form, £1 ooi.is a bor. GennJna rnado Uv toLr.:3Tt:a Dni'fj Co^PAXT, Madison, Wig. .OEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPt F LADIES! Ala THE 6REAT TURKISH REMEDY or Painful. Irregular and Suppressed Men- truation. Warranted to relieve the most ob- tinate and complicated cases. Perfectly safe. Recommended by ladies who haveusedit. Price (1.00 per bos by mail. Sent in plain box. Address TURKISH REMEDY GO,, KAUMAZOO, MICH. THE BIAMOSO BKAStt lnilfe«: Asic y«ir_pi«gKist tot CU-e&o.ter'c Bold mmlUc fcmer, scaled »:;h Blue Ribbon. Take no

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