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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Saturday, September 8, 1906
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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPTEMBER 8 1906 MBUlSER TO LEAVE _^ _ Sacobina Brandenburger := wllllleave Sunday morning for Salt Lake City, Utah, *where she has secured a position ajbeacher in the High School. Miss Brandenburger formerly -taught in the , High school in this city and was considered one of the best teach era ever in the school. She has many friends who will regret her departure from this city but wish her the best of mccess in-her new home. The Jewish people are a race that more rapidly assimilate with the American people and Americ&n customs than those of any other nationality. To follow the transition of "The Old Clothes Man" (James Kyrle MacCurdy in the title role), which appears a the Luella theatre on Friday Sept 14, for instance, from his early days as a peddler carrying hii pack across the snowy fields o ice-bound Siberia, his arrival al Castle Garden, New York, as an emigrant, his blossoming forth a an old clothes man in the Bowery and hia final metamorphosis as a millionaire on Fifth Avenue, illus trates a aot uncommon example o what the "Sons of Israel" accom plish in free America. Mr. and Mrs, Manon Barnes o Des Moines, Iowa, are in the city the guests of Mrs. Barnes' sister Mrs. M, Butler. Eruptions The only way to get. rid of pimples and other eruptions is to cleanse the blood improve the digestion, stun ulate the kidneys, liver and skin. The medicine to take is Hood'sSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands, The Place To Learn Shorthand, Bookkeeping or Telegraphy is Maupin's College 136 former students from Livingston county holding positions. Tellyourfriends. Dr. (Arthur J. Simpson, SURGEON ANB OCULIST Eye Ear Nose Throat Practice devoted to Surgery and Diseases of the Eye, Ear Nose, Throat. Special atten- —tion—given to_ surgery of the Eye, Nose and Throat. • CUSSES FITTED Office in Herman Bldg. North Side Sq.. Phones 88 and 2J2 CO U AND FEED PHONE 75 THEO SKEPPARD AT TALENT'S BARN. PERSONAL AND LOCAL -D.6h Smith was in Chula Friday iternoon. Ed Henry was hero from Mead- ille Friday. New post cards just received at otter Drug Co. s8d2t want tn TTangag C!ity STILL £T THE OLD 1STAND E. M. CBELUN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHILLICOTHE FOB 20 YEARS Saturday to be gone several days. Miss Gray of Prairie Hill, Mo., a in the city the guest of Miss Dora Garver. Miss Maggie Riley left Thurs day for a visit at Springfield and Kansas City. Miss Edith Hunt is in Omaha spending a few days with Mien Ada Porter. Elmer Vandyke of Meadville was the guest of friends in Chilli licothe Friday. Mrs. George Reece and Mrs Jo Robertson of Dawn spent Friday with Mrs. J. W. Jarrel. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Estey of Herrimah street announce the arrival of a 16-pound boy. H. J. Wigginton and Thomas McMichael of Linneus were visit ore in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs Barney Mintee will leave tonight for St. Louis, where they will spend a week. Mrs. William Leahy and child ren, Margaret and Edward, wil spend Sunday with friends in Ex celsior Springs. Miss Etna Nickelson will go to Excelsior Springs Suiday morn ing where she will spend the day with friends. Good phaeton for sale cheap. 8sd3t A. B. Macdonald Harry Leahy and Karl Blanch ardwillgoto Kansas City Sun day morning where they wil spend the day. Mrs. W. E. Gunby, who hai been ill at the home of her sou W. J. Gunby, was .reported not sc well Saturday. S. H. Marr left Friday night fo St. Louis where he will be th guest of his daughter, Mrs. Allen Huff, over Sunday. Mrs. L. E. Tracy returned Sat urday from Denver where she ha been the guest of relatives and friends for a week. Mrs. S. P. Newland, who ha been ill at her home for the pa> two weeks, was reported greatly improved Saturday. Everybody's friend—Dr. Tho mas' Eclectric Oil. Cures tooth ache, earache, sore throat. Heal cuts, bruises, scalds. Stops an; pain. Lawrence, the young son o Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hosmau, i dangerously ill at his home at th Luella Hotel with cholera infan turn. Miss Katy McGuire will leav Sunday night for Chicago to pur chase a large stock of millinerj and to attend the millinery con vention. Itching, torturing skin eruptions disfigure, annoy, drive" one wild Doans Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures. Fifty cent at a.njr drugstore* Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Wil iiams and son, who are visiting Mrs. Williams' brother, Frank Stubbs, at Superior, Neb., are expected hoiae Tuesday. Misses Mattle and Emma Broad dus and nephew, Frank Broaddus who have been visiting relatives here foi the past week, returned t< their home in Kansas City, Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Huggett an< Mr. and Mrs. William Huggett who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs. A. H. Huggett, will re turn to their homos in Fulton thi evening. Wilton Thompson who was called to Lacledo to attend tho funer al of his brother, Cave, who wa killed in tho local Burlington yards, was in the city Saturday en route to bis home in Tyrone, Okla. Mr. Thompson was formerly an employe oftheCONSTiTimoij office but is now farming and raising cotton near Tyrone. Hi sister, Irene, will accompany him home where she will spend severa weeks. HOUSE ROBBED. A sneak thief entered the home of G. T. Godfrey on Hr-rrimau street shortly afternoon Saturday and stole S-S. The family was out of the house at the time. The children are staying at grandpa's. Mamma has gone down to the sea: Papa is at home working, Keeping well with Rocky Mountain Tea. Swetland drug company. DOcTosf Large white bull dog with black spot on back. Finder please return to O'DonnelPs saloon and all charges will be paid. d3t SULLIVAN ATTACKS BRYAN. New York, Sept. 7.—In a vitri- lio attack upon William J. Bryan, n which he charges the Nebraskan with insincerity and deli fa- rate misrepresentation of facts, National Committeeman Roger C. Sullivan, of Illinois, gave out a temont—topfgfttjwhiehr4ie—con- cludes by challenging Mr. Bryan ,o submit the issues between them ;o the delegates who sat in the celebrated State Convention held n Springfield two years ago. Mr. Sullivan further agrees to abide by the poll of the delegates in that convention, which elected nm National Committeeman, and to resign should they so vote. On the other hand, Mr. Sullivan asks that Mr. Bryan withdraw from polities in the event th-tt thi delegates uphold him in his posi tion as National Committeeman. Mr. Sullivan issues this challenge, according to his statement, because Mr! Bryan has announced that he held letters, at the time o the National Convention in St Louis, from more than one-half o the delegates to the Springfield convention, in which Mr. Sullivan was repudiated and the asserlioi made that Mr. Sullivan was elected by gavel rule. Mr. Sullivan provides in hi; challenge that the poll should b made under the direction of thi Chief Justice of Illinois. A suf dcient n imber of the delegate can be found, he says, to guaran tee a decisive settlement of thi controversy. (Continued from 1st page) Gladys Mowry, Samp.... Lena Morris , Chillico.... Bessie Provolt, Chillico Mrs. S. H. Price,So.pre . Alena Bushnell.Blue M.. . Clara Parker, Chilli Ethel Gillmartin, Chilli ... Mary Lamb Xanthia Dowell, Chilli Anna Summerville, So. p.. 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 Maude Lee, Chilli Louise Krouse, 701 6(i< 50 -IS -16( IK IK 10 3S 3-1' 32' 32i 2» 1!4 16 IOC 8 81 4' 4 ROAD PRIZES AWARDED. The committee on exhibits a the Good Roads convention awarded the prizes for tho bes display of road machinery and the bast mile of road built during the convention Friday afternoon. The Smith & Son Implemen company of Kan as City and th Austin-Western company of Illinois tied for first place in tho rn-i chinery exhibit and divide! tin prize money of S2-M) Ttio prize o t3200 for the be=t mile of roud con structed was awarded to tho Austin- Western company. A. Notre Dame Lady's Appeal. Toall knowing sufferers of rlicuinnrlsm, whether muscular or of the joints, si'i:itii-a, lumbagoes, backache, pnins In the kidney, or iiuunilKln pains, to write <o her for a I'oiue treatment which lias repcnteilly cured all of these tortures. She feels it her duly to semi It to nil sufferers KIIKK. \ouciire yourself at home as thousands will testify— no clmnire of climate necessary. This simple- discovery banishes uric itcld from the blood loosens the stiffened joints, purities the blood.nnd briKhtens the eyus. irlvlnit elastic ity rind tone to the whole system, if the ubovc interests you, for proof address Mrs. M .Summers, Box 111', Notre Punic, I nil. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY PREMIUMS. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Servi- • The following premiums wore es Sunday at the usual hour, cor- awarded by the Livingston County er of Ann and Elm streets. Horticultural society on the ex- 9:45 a. m. Sunday school, C. F. j hibit of county products made WikoS, superintendent, Albert ?altinson, assistant superintendent. 14^00-a, m -J?reacMng_by_ Rev Franklin Petterolf. 2:30 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor. 0:30 p.m. Y. P. S. C. E. S:uOp m. Preaching by Rev. ?etteruli. Theme: "Tin- G^od Roads of Righteousness." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH—Corner Clay and Vine stroels. John Frank Smith, p;istor. Announcement for Sept i) 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, J. W. Botts, Supt. 11:00 a.m. Preaching by Rev. Smith. Text: .Rev. 1:3 John's Beatitudes. Celebration oi Lord's Supper. 7:00 p. m. 13 Y- P. U. meetiug. L. E Allen, president. 8:00 p.m. ''The Christian charity of a grout city," by Dr. J. M. Motley of Johns li.ipkin's university, Boston, Mass. Prayer mooting Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Pews free aud public cordially invited. ST. COLUJIBAN'S CIIUUCH— S:00a. m. Curnniuuiou Muss. 0:00 a.m. Sunday school. 10:00 a. in. High mass and sermon. 7:30 p. m Evening sorvica. Mr. Giv.'iis, who travels for ttio Marshall Field house-at f hicigo, •arao in off the road Friday nighl -uid will ppeud Sunday in t n city. Mr, and Mrs. Juhu Stine will le.ive tonight for Wurrensburg where they will be the guests of relatives and friends for threi weeks. Mr. Stone will go from Warrensburg to St. Louis with Rube Oglosby to a'toud tho Bryan reception. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner Webster and Cherry streets. George P. Starves, pastor. Announcement for Sept !). 9:30 a.m. Sunday School W. H. Perry, Supt. 10:50 a.m. Preaching by RJV. Sturgos. Subject: "The Blessing of Sorrow.' 1 7:00 p. m. Epworth League, W F. Starkey, President. 8:00 p. m. Proaching by pastor. Subject: "P.iul." All cordially invited. MISSES CHERRY ENTERTAINED. Misses Ruby and Pearl Cherry entertained at their home Friday evening at 312 Graves street in honor of tneir cousin Vincent Homes of Hannibal, Mo. The following guests were present: Ethel Owens, Clara Rhinehart, Ruby Spenco, Maud Willard, Ruby and Pear! Ch"rry; Messrs. Ralph Hoyt Barney Hart, and Vincent Homes. Rofre^hments were served consisting of ico cream and cajre. . TFiNE~STATEMtNT. The First National bank's state- meat appears in the CONSTITUTION today, showing total resources of nearly a hilf million. The state- meet displays not only a prosperous condition for the bank's stockholders but one of great stability, proving that this institution merits the confidence of the public. The intense itching characteristic of salt rheum and eczema is instantly allayed by applying iHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE. Aa _ cure for skin diseases this salve a unequaled. For sale by the N. J. SWETLAND DRuq Co. « £2.fiO. mo*yfot CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Corner Cherry aud Jackson streets. Hog- ular sorvicus us follows: J. N. Cruicher, pastor. Anuouucomout for Sept. 9. 9:45 a. m. Suud ly si:iijjl,J. Li I^ewlanl, r'upiTitiUm-tent. 11:00 u. tu. Proaching by Mr./ N. Crutchcr. Subject: "Go'i's Highway.' 7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor Miss Una Davis, t j n.'s- 8:00 p. m. Preach i ig by Elder J. N. CrutehiT. Subject: " Tho House Not Made with H>inds." STENSLAND PUZZL_ES THEM. VVathington, Sept 7.—From the attitude of certain officials at the State department it is believed that dispatches have been received which have made the Illinois authorities very uneasy concerning tho future conduct of Paul Stensland, the defaulting Chicago bank president now under arrest in Tangier. It is said that apparently ho suffers great remorse and consequently tho fear is entertained thit ho may attempt suicide before he reaches tho scone of his defalcation. On the other hand there is some fear that Stousland's depression of spirit is assumed and that ho I may have in contemplation a pos- i sible method of escape. It in un- jderstood here that bince his arrest ! he has not been left alono for a | moment and that his watchfulness i will be maintained through the . entire journey home. durins; the Good Roads convention: Premiums awarded by the Industrial League : Best display of grain — First premium S5 to Theodore Grothe. Second premium, L. M. Girdner 82. Third premium, C. W. Miller Si. Best display of vegetables, first iremium, Jack Bracky $o. Second Joe Brant, §2. Third J. E. Cox, §1. BL-SI display of fruit.lst premium E. Kile, *.">. Second— K E L. B'^it, $2. Third — L. C .Sim.-, SI SPECIAL PREMIUMS. Corn, awarded by HaZol J Meek. First premium to J. C. Cox, S3 Second " Johu Cairoll, 82. Third " M. V. Pip.-r, ?1 Apples best pock, pr.'tnium b_> S. L. Snefz to J. Y. Pu*t.;l, 81. Second pri-'tniuin, Autocrat of the broakfut-t table awarded by 11. W. Ro.) i. olds to Ja:nos Rench. Tiiii'd, awarded by Joseph Bat.ta to Mrs. J. Blue, a tea kettle. Best peck of apples to J.tmo.- Stith, premium Chillicotho Crisis. Bestba-ketoi apples by J H. Felt, sack of flour, awardoi bj Henry Graham. Big apple weight one pound and •1 oz, J W. Djvaul, protuiu;ii by Judge Umplialbaugh, Si- Grapes, E. J. Miller, premium awarded by VVm. Keith, SI. B ;s=t plate of white grapes by 1 J F. Ro ncisor, Jl buygy whip Ij Will Scruby. Boirt plato of pt-achop, aud pluius by Dr. Green, premium awarded by Ira Donovan, SI Best peaches by F. E. Druor, premium by H, J. Pringle, SI. U;;tt variety of gr,ip._« by John Hud^iuf, premium by Mat McBride, SI Best can of g'-oeeburries by Mrs. J. Y. Powell, premium by Guo. Purcell, Si. Biggest watermelon by William Monroe, premium CONSTITUTION. 21 biggest watermelon by M. Darr, premium by B. F. Thorp, St. Tallest stalk of corn, 15 ft. 7 in., by James Stith, premium by Wm. Reynolds, §1. Best half bushel corn by Clayton Walters, premium by Preston Randolph, §1- Best sweet corn by R. S. Parker, premium by B. F. BsazMl, §1. Best peok corn bv Mury E. Sooiti, pr. iuuitu by .1. G-io-.i. Si- Best yellow corn, F. E. Drury, premium by S. Hawkins, SI. Best can of peaches by M E. Jackson, premium by Dolph Roberts, 81. Best peck of poiatof-s by L. M. Girdncr, premium by Pierce Overton, SI- Best display of npp'es bv G. H Smith, premium by A M John son, SI. Best Jonathan apples by W H. Pro*tun r premium by Clark's Pharmacy, ono gallon of carbolin- cum. 2! tallosl corn by LevvU Me- Coskrio, Weekly Tribuue. '1 he judgos were J W. Devaul, C. Hapes, Geo. Cranmur. HOGS STEADY TO 5C LOWER. CONSTITUTION 8p«cml. Kansas City, Sept. S)— Tho live stock market for today, as reported i by Clay, R >biasou & Co., w-i^ as follows: Cattle— Receipts 1,0'); market Hogs— Receipts steadyto 5c lower; §0.30; top £632,'^. 2,000; market bulk S6.15 to Chicago, Sept. 8—OatUe—Re- ceipts 1,000; market steady. Hogs—Receipts 10,000; market steady. "HOMESEEKERS" HERE "The Homeseekers" company arrived here Saturday morning from Macon where a performance was given Friday night. The company j<ave a matiuee u Luella this afternoon which was a creditable performance. A performance will be given this ing. Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at IHeWATTON STUDIO ORCANIZEDNEW LODGE. N. L. Thompson returned Saturday morning from Jameson where he instituted a new order of the Loyal Knights with twenty- five charter members. R. W. Taylor instituted an order for the same lodge at Plymouth Thursday night with twenty-one members. F. J. Turner and wife and grandchildren, Ruby and Pauline Ballew, returned Friday night from a trip to Rockyford. Col., where they have been yisiting fo? the past lour weeks. OURfCLOTHES TALK! Sounds rather stranjfc. 'tis true—but it's a fact,nevertheless. Our kind of Clothes always speak well of the Man who wears them. The appearance of u M:m. dressed in one of our Suits will create a ^ood impression anywhere. We offer our trade garments that have passed with highest honors the most critical inspection of Clothinu' Kxperts. Men who know every detail that contributes towards artistic cutting and tailoring. It is for this reason, Sir, that we .say "Our Clwthes Talk." If yon have not tested the liiirlt character and superiority of our Clot-hill:,', we trust that you will not /ail to do so the present season. Itoth vour pride and your purse will lind it profitable, if you come here for your * 'lothes. Kemembe'-, please, that you've a string to every Dollar you leave with us, until you're perfectly sat- fied. FRIDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER ROWLANDS CLIFFORD OFFICIAL STATEMENT. Report of (hi- condition of tho -, Citizfna' Natiotuil Hank of Chilli- cotlic, at Chillicoth", in tho state of Missouri. ;it the i:luie of bnsi- "„ j noss, Sept. llh, 1000. Charter No. -1111. Present* the Talented Character Comedian Mr. Jam e s Kyrle Mac Curdy and an Augmented Supporting Company in the Big Dramatic Scenic Success 15he OLD CLOTHES ; KKSOL'lirKS. ! f,"iitT-- -I'Ml !'i-c..nut •> - .. tiii.V'^V.N < »\'-otr;.! i -. -"i-iir- <l ;tinl un.-.ivun'tj. V'.I'J i 1". S. Ci. in i , in -'•,-ur" t'in-iiiitt |i>n , ir t M,*n»UKf I l»iiikin:r {i-»nsi-. t'u m itur--. ;nnl n.\ t in-.-- IVKID.IH) I'll, fi-.n-i N;itii>na! l'.;ink> 'tint n-- n«-r\ •>• ;ii/f!it - • U.Htl.'rfi- !'u. • (i-fitii S!;tl" lUink-.aiitl Miiuk'T- 17. H_".' : .i I'M-- tntiit ;u>ui*"V'-il n'tvrvr ;i;o-nU I".'."! -.-H t'hrrU-ciiul otln-i- i-;i.>!> Units K \i-hn i tire* for <•!<-artUK h'>u.-f i',n7-_'.N j NM|..sufipthn- Niiriunat Kanks '.iKUHi • Knirt jiiiui I p.'UM-i* t/iirrmry.nii-ki 1 !.-' ami I.AV/KCI, M NKY KKSKCVK IN $ I::,|'.H;.IIH ..... ,. , Kc((c/ii[»i i"it ffidfj u'irh I,", s. Trt.-i.iiiri-r I i.". P.T i-i'iir nf viivii!ali<nii . T. j 1 'u.; fnun !'. s. Tn-asnr>-r, <»rh.-r than | •> pi-r ct-iit ri-d.-inptiou fund ---- A I'lay that (Tn-att- Sin i l'-s. Thrills T*'JI rs Hiul v' is *' •-' r NOTK:— The Hoxin.i^ Kxhibition is perfectly pt'0[>ef for Ludy Audiences PRICES: 25-35-50 AND 75C. SUEDBLEES FOR $130,000. Macon, Mo , Sept. 7.—A deputy United Slates marshal was here todsy to serve a copy ot a petition filed :n the federal court in Hannibal on Colonel F. VV. Blues The complaUuts are Dr Julius Auler ami Mrs. Aulur '<nd Mario Aiili-r oi G.-rmiuy, wiiu at-s.Tt that the duiouduriC rus 5130,000 which Oolong to Uv-m. M-irii- Auler was 'A nieet; ui Col- T.IT.ll l':ipitnl siiii-k psiUl in NurpliH finul I ; M<iiVil!.-(l prolltS, h'. tilM-i Will Xarlnnal Hunk i }7IU."<i'.l.l'.> -il.iwl.lili >'XptMlS,-.l JUKI " iHUsraiuliiiK.. l"n>,i»». 1 .i<) lu:i- t'Mitln-r Xii:inn:il Itiinks ____ III,II->.T,; I'UM ti>si:ltf Hanks iinil liunkrrs. ::i.U'.s.'.i!i IlHliviiilial ik'posits ^uhjcirt t*» L-lu-i-k _ TI:ili''ui''rVriicntV,V«Vf'di'pi'is'lV.'.V. '.'.'.'.'.'. ai,'a»l.iMl rcTlilli'll l-lll'fk-i ....................... 5KI.UII Ki-M-rviMl fur tnxcs .................. 1.3Hi.ncl TOTA r. .......................... i Stnt.- nf MNsimi-l, K. :1 I, it. F. M.-N':il!v, I'ashliT of tilt- alwvu iKimi-d laink. il;i ;.,!.>nnily swfiir thattlio :il«iv.,tMH'iii"iH Is tru..- tiitli" li>'st "( my kiniwli •;!_••• and lii-lli-r. H. V. Mi'N.vl.I.Y. C:>slik>r. —' — : sulKsiTilii-tl anil sworn to Ijrforo SKA i. - mi- this s[|, day "f Si'pt. lini'i. 1 J.M. IH-NN. Xolary l'ul>llc. My ( CIMII-.KCT— Attest: W. \\- I-:II-:K V.'M. Mr[ i,\v W. T. Ki..:n, . ,'xpjn-s July !".>. I - i)ir...'L-tors. onel Blees's muihcr, Blees, u aui<>. nit sued for was bi-que.ith" I to tu-r by will by .Mr.". Mary B ••'•••• 1Jl! ln;l '' Vw cje ' feudunt liaa f.iil-.-il to cutupiy with the p--u visions i'l .ih;- will. Col- ouol Ulin-9 v.-a.-i tn>; !i> ro today, bin a momucr oi the family *aid that tin ro was a |ir-»vi&i»n lor S:5,UOO in tho ovuut Dr. uud Mrs. Auler had a child. A child was born to thorn arid S 13,000 of the inheritance was r>Uct.'d coits credit. The rest will reach it in irour.-o of ad- peacno^ ana ^i 50jt-toSt a Dushel. Phone before 9 a. in. J. W. Green. tf Knxllsu sunViii i.uiiiiifiii rtmoves » Hr.rd. Sutt or Cullou.iKd Lumps »ml Bleni- lain;.-! from IKH-SHS. Iil.n>d .spnvlus. llurba Hpllnts. SIVIUIIHJ-. Uliiit Bone, Stifles .Sprains. I'll swollen TImmts. C.'ouirhs, etc SnvutiDhy ascufouc iiottle. Wurrnutedtlie moa- "unUurtuI Kltinilsli l!ur» evury known Sold by thn NJ. swiii' ml DruK I'o A world of truth in a few words: "Nearly all other cough cures are constipating, especially those containing opiates, Kennedy's Laxative Honi\v and Tar rnovos the bowels. Contains no opiates." You can got it at Clark's Pnarma- THjE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. -Sol 1 by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for SI. Dr. E. W. Hall. 292(5 OUvo street, St. Louis, Mo. Send tor Mo. testimonials. THE WEATHER. Generally fair tonight and Sunday. 0 FF 1C IA L STATE M EN T. Report ot tho condition of the First NaLi-uul Chillieothe, in the sta e uf Missouri,at the close, of bus: no-H, Sept. 1th, 19UG. C!i liter No. ;ili8ri KKSUfUCKS. l.-an- ami ili.-r;m:il, JiU.IWUS. i'*'s'l':'mil.'. IlKUHKl-lKI- I'lviintiui-i im I" s. iioiiil- :;.i»«).(KK 'liiuUiir' hull*.'. rui-iiilup' mill llx- tu,-,.. 7.SW.IH* , H h,-r i --.'I i i"-:Vii I''i'.\vm-il'.'.'.....'.' I-J.UI1.5I1. Smr-i at i.[Ir-r X-ii j;m:il luniks l,5tHUHI- Krai-: i"ii;ii I'HP.M- i-urri'iu-y. nieUrls Mill! l-l'llls &'-* 1 I.AWI-TI. MI>M:V llKSKKVK IN ItASK. VI!!: sp.-.-i,- . j T,7i;i.s.> [.••iriit-t.'-'iii'lvr ii'.tvs li.l>!0.l»i lx.7~l.S5. i:"i!<>iiii>ti<>ii flliul with t'.W. Tmus- tl.-i-r '-» p.'r l-i-llt ..f i-llvlllnU.m) :.,I«MII» l.I.U'.IUTIKS CiipitaUU,,-k paid li> "TuSI! surplus fund 3MWO.UO I"lHllVlll«l prolltS. ItrSS .-XIKMIal'S ,111,1 tuxuspuiti ;•- , 1 ,i' ([l( ^-;;,' 1 iiu'>"i','.''irut.- liiniks'iiii.'l liiink'M-s.. I5.lM.iS lllVKU-IHls UIIPIllll ;- ;-•-• .j* 1 ,^*^ Thm-!-''-' ! a;l! : :U,'"'uf > <"'i I ).V-i-..'.'.'.'. 1 .'.':.. i'UI«M« Cvrliili'll L-hi-i-lc.- • Total SIIS.3C.MI-> STATR UK MIKSiiriM. • t'OirNTV UK l.lVl.MiSTil.N I I..I. h. i:ru,.k.slii-r. i-.-ishi.-r i.( tin 1 iilmvi- iiiiiu.'il lunik, do M.l.'lnnly sw.-iir that tho •il..,vi--t:it.-m-nl i.i trui'ti. tin- 1.,-st "f my kiii.wi.-ilir,' uiHl Iv.'li.-r. .1. h. !Ii:i,i>K^IIll-:t:. l-ii.slilt.-r. .-MiltM-ribi-il :iii,i .-twnni to Lofopo f , \ mi- this sth day i.f Sept. I SEAL* i.,,-, w. W. I'uvis, X ^/ Ni.tury Public. i:i,iiniiissl.,n fxpir.-sJune 11. IIW>. J. A. FIKLI.. ) K. KIIITLBY. f nirectnrs, A. J. IlKl.lllCK. I REAL ESTATE. .^itonjcouiity farina of var- .uus sizes at from 840 per acre UD. f'or quick sales wo have SO acres it §10, 20 acres at §15, 240 acres at <50 and 50 acres at *PO per acre. Also have large stock of new and second-hand gooJs. Stoves, hardware, furniture, etc. Good location and trade. A money-maker. C. F. Wikoff. 3s d-wlw Chillicothe, MoJ Out of Sorts? blood, headaches. Your doctor will tell you_tbat g/ one good, free movement of the b< laxstivc bencr than Ayer's PUls. It's your liver! In uearly every case it's the liver. That means constipation, billousness.dyspepsia, poor ,riMl«fedl

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