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CHILIJCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. n 1906 ifllicothe I |^ST!TUTIONl! It!«••••••».4*tt» tt t CONSOLIDATED WITH THE -MAIL AND STAR SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. J. L. NEWLAND WM. L. WATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION jruarantees to advertisers a- larger circulation in Ldvinpsttm County than hat of all other local papers published in Chilli- eotfae combined. i'he 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 Chillicothe, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as second-class matter. Office in CONSTITUTION Building, 516.South Washington^ Avenue. TeleDhone No. 105. By MaO—Postage prepaid: Daily, one year. $5.00 Daily, six months 2.50 -Weekly, one year, in advance '1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid be,' fore year ends. 1.50 Weekly, six months. .75 The Daily will be delivered by carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per *°°ek. Any irregularity n delivery; should be promptly reported at this. READ AND YOU WILL LEARN That the leading medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice endorse and recommend,, in the Strongest terms possible, each and every ingredient entering into the composition of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia, catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint," torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel affections, and all catarrhal diseases of whatever region, name or nature. It is also a specific remedy for all such chronic or long standing cases of catarrhal affections and their' resultants, as bronchial, throat and lung diseases (except consumption) accompanied with severe coughs. It is not so gof*^ *•*-"-••»—.-»j ^ » but for fin especially feet cures. Democratic StatefTicket. For Judge of Supreme Oourt, Ixmg Term. A. M. WOODSON. •*'3""*«~ ...«u a\,i\,iu lAJUgua. JL6 xxl for acute colds and coughs, agerlng, or chronic cases It is efficacious in producing pcr- -~.—~,. It contains BlacU Clierrybarki Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stode root, Mandrake root and Qufeen ! s' root—all of which are highly praised as remedies for all the aoovc mentioned affections by such eminent medical writers and teachers as ProfMJartholow, of Jefferson Med. College; Prof. Hare, of the Univ. of Pa.; Prof. Pinley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben> nett Med. College, Chicago; Prof, John King, M. D., late of Cincinnati; Prof. John M. Scudder. M. D.Jate of Cincin-' nati; Prof. Edwin M> Hale. M. D., of Hahnemann Med. College, Chicago, and scores of others equally eminent in their several schools of practice. The "Golden Medical Discovery " is the Only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes, that has any snch professional endorsement—worth more than any number of ordinary testi» monials. Open publicity of Its formula on the bottle wrapper is the best possible guaranty of .Its merits, A glance at this published formula will show that" Golden Medical Discovery" contains no poisonous or harmful agents and no alcohol— chemically pure, triple-refined glycerine being used instead/ Glycerine is entirely unobjectionable and besides is a most useful ingredient in the cure of all stomach as well as bronchial, throat and lung affections. There is the highest medical i authority for its use in all such cases. The "Discovery "is a concentrated glyfe- eric extract of native, medicinal roots and Is safe and reliable. A booklet of extracts from eminent, medical authorities, endorsing its Ingredients mailed free on request. Addrssi DT.B.V •'ierce, Buffalo. N. Y. For Judge of Supreme Oourt, Short Term w. w. GRAVES. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGtESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction • HOWARD ALLEN GABS. Democratic County .Ticket. For Congress . ' W. W. RUOKER Representative JAMES O.RANEY Come to the center, Tommy s and tell the truth. UNNECESSARY FUSS. There is no necessity for the Democratic party to become divided over it8 indorsement or disapproval of the statements of William J- Bryan at Madison Square Garden. The party Should be fully capable of making its own platform two years hence, and if that platform does not coincide with Mr. Bryan's views he doubtless will be frank to say so and decline to allow hie friends to present his name to the convention. Whereupon the convention will select some other good man and the voters will elect him. A number of Democrats who have rushed into print with interviews declaring that government ownership of railroads must never : be,were among those who tan over each other trying to get into first place in the "Bryan oh any platform" procession! These gentlemen should be quiet and take their medicine. i As to the patty in general,it 'does not give to any man the right to be its oracle, and Mr. Bryan presumably does not desire to be so Considers, d i The next Democratic platform will be made up of live, timely and practicable iesUeBj and the next Democratic candidate should and doubtless will be one on Whom the party can unite for vietory. I sweeten, cleanse the tf and Gently a headaches when 3r con- For men, women children: I auijdry Tlio products of this Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Klec- tric Cars. We cater to the trade that knows. proprietor. r£->J-H 5-H-fr*- is only \ Acts Best* on Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WII.I.IAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. O. ORB Clerk of the County Court • A. M. SHELTON Tieasnrer XT. 8. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Olerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW MoBRIDE Collector B. P. THORP Assessor JOHN J.MAT Presiding Judge County Oourt : / . 8.-HAWKINS Judge Eastern District ; IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREST M. GILL Judge Western District O. W. GARLICK For Coroner. R. H. CABELL. CANNOT DISLODGE IT. You cannot dislodge the issue. You may hollow "Tariff!" till you're hoarse, and your audience will fade away like a enow ball in an August sun. We have plenty to eat and drink and wear and spend just now. Yon may shout "Thirty Years of Democratic rule" till your jaws are paralyzed and nobody will listen.. Missouri is progressing and Democrats must make good in present day requirements not in antiquities, howe'er so dear. * You may denounce Roosevelt till your tongue hangs out and you will rave only to empty benches. ' He is better than his party, if that is saying much. The issue cannot be d iverted by any of these by-plays. The Democratic state platform defines the issue and you cannot get away from it. Law enforcement is the only red hot issue in the state and it < never fails to draw. The subject attracts crowds in 'every state in the union. It is going to be the great national issue in • the next campaign. . A syndicate of brewers in Missouri is trying to switch the issue. -—A syndicate of corrupt politi- ciansin both parties is trying to •idetrac-k the issue. ' The Republican State committee is ignoring the issue on the stump and talking "Roosevelt and tariff." The Saloon Keepers' League is flooding the state with circular DEATH IN AVALANCHE OF MUD. Tifiis, Sept. 10.—Practically without warning the side of u mountain rising above the township of Itwareli broke away and a sea of Semi-liquid mud, sand and etones swept down on the township and overwhelmed and obliterated it. About 255 persons have been buried alive. Fifty-five bodies already have been recovered from the mire, which is six feet deep. In addition to the lives lost, hundreds of head of cattle perished and the crops were destroyed. Kwareli township is in the district of Telaw izi the Caucasus. Similar disasters are of common occurrence in Causasian valleys. Pro/. Tyler, of Amherst college, said recently: "A man can live comfortably without brains; no man ever existed without a digestive system. The dyspeptic hae neither faith,. hope or charity." 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 pepsia. It digests what you eat Sold by Clark's pharmacy. LOOKING UP CASE C. O. Fee,-prosecuting attorney of Appanoose county, Iowa, was of Figs; its bene- effects kidney and live stomach and DR.J.C.SHELTON, ri>K Oculist and Catarrh Specialist Limits his pnic-tici- i-ntir.-lj- to sur- Ki-ry and lllsea.it.-s o( the Eye, Ear,K688 v & Throat, And tin- .-on-.-ctIon of Errors of Refraction hy Scientific Fitting of Classes. FIiK-ti-rifvcopk- and KUxKi exjumna- tlons made for I-liysIt-lans who an- not preptm-il to inaki- them. (Wic.- over <;I.ottE & M [ L [,E U "IS Washington St. Chllllcnchr. Mo. TcU-pbniu-s: Office, 14::;. Kra. 'FA. Always bay the genuine — Manufactured by the NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage &. Transfer Line. 1 am now located at At- VV. Ldtton's Uvt-i-y Barn. All Calls will be promptly attended to. IlB.VttlKTTA HflTKI, Nl). 10. ^pC^iSvnie, Ky. S * n ftancisco<Cal. The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The full name of the company— California Fig Syrwp Co. — is always printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle. T Stenographer Notary PcbJic Fire insurance t •i* •j- f I * Postoilice Buililiny. Chiilicothe. * Phones, otliire 31-S: residence (i(5. iu the city Tuesday looking evidence against Johnston, Whitehall and Stanton, the three mco arrested here last Decombei charged with robbing the Udell, Iowa, bank. Mr. Fee will be hen two days. Harsh physics react, weaken the : NOTICE TO OONTIIACTOICS. Ifotlci'lslien.'liy Kivi-ii that, scnluti tiro- posnls will b<> ii-ivlvi'il l>y tlic; <Uty Auditor of Ilic Olty of OliillluoUii'. Mo., up to 11' o'clock, noon, on tin; first ilay of Octolvr. 1!«K1, for tli« furiilslilne of all miitcrlnl uiul tli« tlolntc of all work nnrt Inliar IK-I'I.-SS:I ry tn constriR't o sidewalk. Till fi'rt In loninh ;unl 1 foct wiili- of tin) material ck-sc-rllx-d liy :uul in nceorilnnce \vlth ordin:mc( -Xo.i'itS::! skk 1 - lkiM'fcot In leiiKthand I feet wide of tin- material desc-riMecl l>y and in amiiMancu with imllnnncM- No. SKI: ;i sid"V.alk III feet la IciiRtli nnil I fi-et wide ;.f tli • mntarlnl described by anil In ac :.inl.i ,».••.• with onli- nnnce No. 210: n sidewalk !» f <•> i >. lennth and I feet wide of the material div-crihecl l>y and luiii-corilnncf wltii iinlluancf No.illra ildewtilk Id fi'et in lenKth and 1 feet wiile of the inatxrial dt'scriheil liy and iii:it:curdniu-o with ordlnniico No. 2ii:a siilvwalk iai feet in iRth and J foot wide of the material described by and in accordance \vfth ordinance No. :>l.'l: a sidewalk .V. feet in K-njfth nnd I feet wide of tlie material described by and In accordance with onlinanei? No..21-1: a sidewalks! feet in length and I fei't wide of the material described by and in accordance with ordliifmce No. 215: » still-walk JT1 feet In lenirth and I feet wide of the nmterlal described by and In accordance with ortll- nanceNo. 2l(i:asidi'walk II-'feet, In leniuh and -I feet wide of th:) material <li-scribed by and in accordance with ordinance Xo. 21*; a Sidewalk !«l fi;et In length and ! feet wide of IN FULL BLAST. Our trimmer Miss Bentley began trimming Monday. She is too well known for comment as she has trimmed for 8 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. i COME AND SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. aft* u BUBlVBi? KB* OsfeoDafhic Physician Successor to l)i. Gen.-vleve F. Lnu'vblta F1TZPATR1CK BUILDING, 504 Washington St., Chillicothe, Mo TELEPHONE 444. FRkE DB. H. at. GKACE, Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4 and 5. Wall- brunn Building-. Phones: Office 398; residence 3!)!). J. E. CALLAWAY, M.D Anv Chronic Ailment, Diseased Eve, Ear. Nose and Throat iriven special attention. Office in Walbrunn Bld'tr Office Phone 57. Residence Pht>"« 11. Office Rooms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn building. KesuJence 1542 west Calhoun St. Office uhono. No. 531: residence ohone. No. 593. All calls in citv and countrv answered promptly day or night. FOR MB. NTEDKDfOHAUS Why dp your campaign orator* not talk about the Sunday closing .. Why do they not, answer the speech of Governor Folk on measures of law enforcement? • Whydoes'your state platform ignore the indorsement of the Sunday liquor laws? Why do you make Roosevelt the issue and evade the. liquor question? ; . How much money did the brew- letters;calling on dramshop keep- bowele, cause chronic conatipa- ers to contribute to the election of tion. Doans Regulets operate era! srid liquor dealers to the Republican contribute campaign Republican members of the legislature in order to repeal the Sun-; day closing, law. The ^Democratic party believes . How .can you afford to occupy the *ntire floor in the highest priced sky scraper in St. Louis? Why db'~you not challenge Chairman Evans on state issues? in the Lord's day and the Sunday law. :•""'• : . •'• . That is the issue in Missouri. Ask the people. easily, tone the stomach, constipation. 25o. Ask druggist for them.' AND* ANNOYING DISEASE I to which .tlie human fiesh is heir, has always • been claimed incurable. I A cure at last-hisbeen found in the wonderful I discovery ZEMO. a clean liquid for eitenral use. I ZEMQcuresbyremovingtliecause. itdraws I tho terms from under the skin to the surface I and destroys • them and their toxins, leaving a I: dean healthy skin. I ZEMO'S record for cures has never been I v equaled, and. It has been regarded ss "The I world's greatest cure for aJI diseases of the l.siciB and scalp." • — I Get« bottle today of your druggist and write I to us about your case. HnrrlsburK, 111.. Sept. 1.19W. . THKB.W. ROSBJIEUICLXECO., llarrisbunr.IU. DBABSius: 1 taJce iiieARnre In recommeDd- Ina-.yonr medicflie "Zvnio" for tlie cure of ontaneoos eroptlons. 1 had a. breaking on ton ny face caused bypoisoninp. ondaiewappli- «atlonG of your medidoe cnred uie. . Tours truly. -.'•--.•• W. P. SCOTT. ' . President First National Bank. Price, ll.BB. AU Drnggisls or by Expreai •; PHEPARED ONLY BV I E W.ROSE MEDICINE CO. »32 Olir. Stwtt, ST. LOUIS, MO, i »04P FAIiSE ALABM JEROME Jerome is still in -possession oi his nerve. He is still talking. He is willing to save his country by running ifor Governor of New York on the Democratic ticket. Who ever'told Jerome he was a Democrat? > ' •"":'' Jerome is a false alarm. He ie a four flusher. He is a fraud. He was elected circuit attorney of New York city to save the people from Tammany. What did he do? Protected moneyed criminals and shielded the insurance thieves. Now he has the face to offer himself for governor to "save the people from Hearst." Give us Hearst every day in the week in preference to Jerome. Hearst is honest. Jerome is a demagogue. Hearst stacks by. the people -Jerome quits. If Hearst has a streak of yellow Jerome has a more dangerous streak of green." Hearst does not boost himsel by knocking others. Hearst can nofc be made to lie down by influential rcriminals. Hearst was elected mayor of Now York and he wi}l be elected Governor of that state if the politicians allow him to got on ' the loket, Wilbur Scniby, who has the guest of his parents, Mrs. Frank Scruby, for ten days, will leave for Washing ton Friday. cure your been Mr. and the past You Go the mntiM'Ial (U'scrihrd l>yjind In accordance with ordlnnnci; No. -'r.i; a sld.'wiilk r>0 fcot, In length and I fi-ct wide ot thu inntcrlal ck- icrll>«d-by .and in iivrorditucu with orrti- iiAnceNo. iSlrn sidewalk i!u root in liiiijrtli lind I f«<>t wldi> of tin- inut'iTlnl ilcscrlbvil l>y and in accordanci. 1 with ordinance No. "o^: n sidewalk H-.' feel in Ipncth a:id 4 feet wide of I the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. ist; a sidewalk ixt fee! in lenutli and 1 feet wide of the material described by and In accordance with ordinance No. ill; a sidewalk Hi fu'.-t In Isnutli and 1 feet wide of the matt-Hal described by and in accordance with ordinance JCo-a5i:'n sidewalk til) feet In lentrth and 1 feet wide of the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. 2"vi: a sidewalk 112 feet in length and I feet wide of the material described by and in ucconltincr with ordinance No. 257. The proposals must bo according to form required and furnished by the City Ensl- neer. . \ A certified check In the sum of $M.(X) must accompany each bid to insure II making of a contract. The" right to reject any and all bids is reserved by the City Council. lOSeptdtd BUEL WIGE1.Y. City Auditor. When about to travel, if subject to headache, nervousness, dizziness, or car-sickness, take one or two doses of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills befor^ starting. They will insure you against an attack. There are a great many who are sure .to have headache, whenever they go to church or places of amusement, or where there is any excitement or oppression. Take them with you, and on v the first indication, take a tablet and see how quickly it will disappear. To such persons Dr.. Miles' Anti- Pain Pills are a great blessing. They soothe the nerves and 'allay irritation and excitement. . "F$, , sdways keep Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills in our home, and find them a remarkable remedy for the relief of headaches, nervousness, etc. Two tablets never fail to stop the most severe- headache, but one Is •usually sufficient. By taking a Pain Pill before going out to places of ' amusement, we find we do not have those distressing- headaches that formerly come with every little excitement." • MISSES MART AND ELUA. WTE- ( LAND, 1323 Bo. 12th St,, Springfield. ' Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by s-our druggist, who will guarantee that the first pacKzgo will Tjeneflt. If U fall«, hfl will retUFn y°ur wonpy, S,?/ M »i^ s f. t(rt fr J*ev>. »ld "I bulk. t sail,.' FOR RENT 3 nice rooms ensuite, suitable for light housekeeping Supplied with water, sink and closet. North Locust street nsar the square. Also, one large room, second story over Reynolds Book store on Locust street. One 4-room dwelling near Central school ouilding. ANDREW LEEPER. Office over Baskett's Jewelry store. _ osdiit Hints Housa to workers. Nothing is more important to 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 injuroua stimulation, so well as Dr.Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It is a pure liver tonic—a cure for Constipation, Biliousness, and Indigestion. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and Sl.OO. Money back if it fails. As we have to move February 1st, we ore now .closing out 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 S6.00 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. At Greatly Reduced Prices. MY LOSS IS Tr OUR GAIN. THK SOUTH IxkjUST ST. LI VER.YMEN have added to their stock the finest Fun?ral Car ever brought to Chillicothe. Besides doing- a general livery business, they pive spec!a] attention to funerals. They also make carriage calls (day or night) to any part of the .city or county. Telephone loO. 410 S. Locus! St. I Y ED F. WEST, Proprietor. f K I House Moving & Raisins ~ * r » f Leave ordera nt J * Snunders-Tnrner Lumber Yard A at J. R. r .H..H..;. *>** I LAWYER. X 5O7 Washington Street. DOG LOST Largg white bull dog with blaoK spot OB back, Finder please re' sa!gpti aacj fil ' s Willie pgid. CO. UNDERTAKERS. ^PHONES: NIGHT 153, DAY 39T- •H-M-X-K-M'-H-I'I i M-M- OS-tE-OP'-A-THY. Tho drufrless remedy for the relief of the suiterlnc. Is rapidly winning favor with * thinking people. For further Information see S Or, T. G. Phelps Dr. Lavina Bsaucamp SHIIS.IOC&HK.MO: * Consultation uml Kxaaiination KKKIi. g Phones: Office HI; Residence: Phcips 208: Beauchomp :B2. * JOHN H. TAYLOR t ; ATTUHXKY-AT-LAW, ? T Otllcv: 2nd floor Masonic Tempi" 1 . H. A "WashiuKton St. Collections made 4- and promptly remitted. Notary al- .t. ways in ofllcc. „•. I Oinee Hours: s to 12 A. Jf. 1 to 5 p. Jf. VIsltinK lioura >y uppolutment. OSiico: ISautof Osteopathic Physician HCLLISTEH'S Hocky Mountain Tea i. Easy JIe:Iipiaa for Bcsy rccpie. Brings GoUci! Eealft md Hsuewod 7ijor. A specific for Constipation. Imliireition, J.iv,v Mil KMney Troubles, Hmples. Eczeiru, Inmun* Blood, Jfcu! Brenlh, Kliifrcish Itcnrels, Ileiularh-i and Jlacfcache. It's Rocky Slount.-.ii' Te:i in tali- let form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made by 'loLLigrEit Dnro CosiPAJfY, Madison. Wi-s, ,r--DEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW LADIES! THE 6KEAT TURKISH REMEDY For Painful. Irregular and Suppressed Menstruation. Warranted to relieve the most obstinate and complicated cases. Perfectly safe. Recommended by ladies who have used it. Price 11.00 per box by mail. Sent m plain box. Address TURKISH REMEDY CO., KALAMAZOO, HIGH.' Fiftto Year in THE DIAMOND KKASD. Ask yoot PUta KolA metallic bora, scded itttt nine Rlthcn. TeSeoo of yoor-B»erlit «M

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