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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, September 12, 1906
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HL'SAl PION . 'THE MAIL AND "SBPTEMBEB 1ST, 1900. STAR *• li. NBWI.AND , WM. L. w ATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS HAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Term* of Subscription: CONSTETtnnON guarantees to •kdveitiBers a larger circulation in Livingston County than hat of all other Ipcal papers published in Chilli- eothe combined. _ •Cha-rolca tor the weekly if paid on orT-efoi-e the end of the year is $1.00, or SO cents lor six months. Subscribers neglectinj-er failing to so pay, will be charged the 81.50 rate. This rule will be strictl-v adhered to. Entered at the postoffice at Chilli- eofhe, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mall as second-elm matter. ..Office in CONSTITUTION Building, 516.South Washington Avenue. Telenhone No. 105. By M-a-I-ostoS* W-epaM: Paily, one year «5-°° Daily, six months 2.50 Weekly, one year, in advance 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid Defore year ends.. 1-50 Weekly, six months 15 The Daily will be delivered ov carriers to subscribers in Chlllicothe at 10 cents per "«ek. Any irregularity n delivery should he promptly reported at (his. ^Eminent Doctors Praise Its Ingredients. ' "•We refer totlrit-boonlo'wfeak^nervons, suffering women known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr' John Fyf e one of the Editorial Staff of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAI REVIEW says of Unicorn rootXHolontos Z>totca) which is one of tho chief Ingredients of the "Favorite Proscription": "A remedy which Invariably acts va a uterine Invlgorator * * * makes for normal activity of the entire reproductive system.' He continues "In Helonlaswe have amedtca- meat which moro fully answers the above trarnoses Vum any ottier drug totth which I am acauatntcA. In the treatment of diseases peculiar to women it Is seldom that a case IE seen which does not present some Indication for this remedial agent." Dr. Fyfe further S&TS- "The followins arc among the leading Indications for Hclonlas (Unicorn root). Pain or aching In tho back with leucorraaja; atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive organs of women, mental depression and irritability, associated with chronic diseases o? the reproductive organs of women, constant sensation of heat In the resion of the kidneys: menorrhasla (Hooding), duo to a weakened condition of the reproductive system: amenorrhoea (suppressed or absent monthly periods), arising from or accompanying an abnormal condition of the diffestlvo organ? and anaemic (thin blood) habit: dragging sensations In the extreme lower part of the 8 ifmHro or less of the above symptoms are present, no invalid woman can do better than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, ono of the leading ingredients of which Is Unicorn root, or Helonias, and tho medical properties of which it most faithfully represents. Of Golden Seal root, another prominent Ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,' Prof. Finley Ellingwood. M. D., of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, says: "It Is an Important remedy in disorders ot the womb. In all catarrhal conditions and general cnfeeblement, it is useful." Prof. John 11. Scndder, M. D., late oi Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root: . "In relation to its general effects on the system, there is no mcatcine in me about ic~i(<* there 1» <mch general unanimity nf opininn II Is universally regarded as the tonic useful ID all debilitated states." Prof. Bartholow, M. D.. of Jefferson Medical Collide, says of Golden Seal: "Valuable In uterine hemarrhafrn. menor- rhatria (liuodinc) and congestive dysmenor- rhtea (painful menstruation)." Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all the above named ingredients and cures the diseases lor which tho» ore recommended. zens tomorro v, the • measure would be overwhelmingly indors- ad, and so it will be the next election. Governor Folk's firm stand in favor of law enforcement gives satisfaction to every well-meaning and law-abiding citizen, and that satisfaction will be expressed at the polls next November in an unqualified 'indorsement of the principles which he maintains and the party which he represents." Democratic StatefTicket. For Judge of Supreme'Oourt. Long Term. A. M. WOODSON. For Judge of Supreme Court, Short Term. •W.-W. GSAVE8. who would shrink from casting their votes for Bryaa. Ballrond and Warehouse Commissioner * . ' RUBE OGLESBY. -indent of Public Instruction ^HOWARD ALLEN GABS. Democratic County .Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUOKEB Bepresentatlvc JAMBS O. RANEY Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney . E. C. ORR Clerkol the County Court A. M. 8HELTON Tieasurer 0. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge . . . PIERCE OVERTON Olerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW McBRIDE Collector B. T. THORP A»sessor JOHN J.MAY. Presiding Judge County Court 8. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Adailnlstrator , . -FORREST M, GILL Judge Western iBtetrict ^ v .... ,O.W.GAJiLICK For Coroner.. R. H. CABELL. POINTS TO FOIiK. From theOhicngo Dully News, The prevailing opinion is, not- STANDING BY ROOSEVELT. William J. Bryan is quoted in a speech in Nebraska as saying: "The best way to stand by the president is to elect Democrats to congress and the senate, for the Democrats have stood by him better than the Republicans upon the most important questions." Mr. Bryan might have added that the President, after having had his measures made possible by Democratic support, deserted his Democratic allies on the rate bill and accepted a compromise dictated by the railroad senators. He might also have stated that the President after declaring strongly for tariS refotm and all but sending a message to congress on that subject, allowed the Republican ^party leaders to whip him into a "stand-pat" attitude. The issue in the west isn't "standing by the President," because the President hasn't stood by his own convictions. If relief from trust oppression and corporate greed comes to iho country it must come through a government of Democrats. ST. LOTJIS APPROVES A writer in the St. Louis Republic corrects the impression that Republican newspapers are trying to create that Governor Folk's enforcement oi the Sunday closing RESIDENCE BURNED West Jackson,! Sept. 12—(Special Correspondence)—The Fender Bros, lost their residence last Friday by fire caused by a defec • tive flue. Rye and wheat sowing and corn and millet cutting are in full blast. Herman Werderman, eldest son of Charles Werderman, has been visiting his parents and friends .in this section for a week or more. Herman has been in Denver.Colo- rado, for about three years where he has been employed as a cook receiving nearly §100 per month Ed Kesler bought a fine piano in Chillicothe. J. L. Boyle is spending a few days at his farm in this section. Rev. Whaley of Hale will preacl at Lilly Grove on the 16th at 11 :OC a. m. and at 7 D. m. Have you joined the Jackson Township Agriculture society. I not see one of the solicitors o send your name to the secretary A nice list of premiums is bein prepared for the members of the society. So ion't wait out joi early and help all you can. Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by Chambsrlain'B Pain Balm A little child of Michael Strauss, withstanding the harsh criticisms of his Madison Square Garden speech, that Mr. Bryan will be the nominee of the Democratic party for President in 1908. But the unexpected sometimes happens and Mr. Bryan may yet miss the nomination. In case it should fail to go to the Nebraskan a likely selection would be Gov. Folk of Missouri. His characterization of Mr. Bryan at the recent Now York meeting as the "torchbearer of righteousness" would apply quite as aptly to Folk himself . Per"haps no other name in the country today is so closely ^associated in the public mind with uncompro- miaing opposition to graft of all kinds as is that of Folk. The Missouri Governor^who won his nomination in opposition to the will of -the bosses of his State, stands al«O;for the enforcement of liw without fear or favor. These two points would make Folk a vote getter. -He would appeal to the radicals and would also draw support from * class of independt n s this fol- and was ^: *s ~5c> Painting Time is bound to come around once in a while. Even the best paint will wear off in time. Butpainting time will oome around least often if, .when you paint, you use Southern I Pure White Lead (Made by the Old Dntcb Pn>ce«a> mixed with PUre Linseed Oil. It is the accepted standard paint. Looks best, lasts longest, and costs least in the long run. Send for free booklet, beautifully illustrated. Valuable to any one who would preserve »nd beautify his "Property at tte teasrouday. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY CUrk Ave. ood loth St.. St. Louis, Ma. For nle by first class dealers. law does not meet the approval of the citizens of that city. He says that Governor Folk aud his policy of law enforcement will be indorsed by St. Louis voters fall. In part his letter is as lows: "Being an innovation, the enforcement of the law was at first viewed with suspicion and tho TO- Bis'-aDce of the liquor-soHing liquor-drinkinp eiemeats quite general. As time passed on andit was seen ;that the new regime has the feature ofipermanen • cy, conformity to the regulation has become practically universal and now the law is regarded on the same terms as all other statutes for the suppresion of vice and crime. 'So that, instead of being universally regarded as a tyranny, as Republican neweoipers—would have me believe, tde Sunday saloon closing law is now generally accepted as a salutary measure, tending strongly toward the elevation of public morals. A main cause of the changed sentiment toward it is tt»r- universality of its enforcement. "Nothing proves sincerity more clearly than uniform impartiality. Had exceptions been made, Had partiality beeu shown, had favoritism cropped up, 'the resultant of Vernon, Conn., was recently in | great pain from a burn on the hand, and as cold applications only increased the inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stop the pain. Mr. Nichols Bays: "I advised him to use CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM, and the first application drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief. I have used this liniment myself aud recommend it very often for cuts, burns, strains and lame back, and have never known it to disappoint. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. ON CHARGE OF PEONAGE Capo Girardeau, Mo., Sept. 11— The trial of Charles M. Smith, James E.Smith and Rex Smith, three brothers,oi Sikeston, on the charge of peonage, began here today before Judge Pollock of Kansas, in the United States district court. Three hundred witnesses came in from the swamps to tesit- fy. The charge against the Smiths is that they have held forty-two negroes, four of them women, in practical slavery and made them SHEEP MARKET STEADY. Kansas City, Sept. 11.—Steers ere active and steady; top, S6 25 ows and heifers, firm; stackers ;rong; calves strong to'higher. Hogs unevenly lower, average to 7c; top, 86.35; bulk, SC.lSfm 30.- Cattle-Receipts 17,000, including ,500 Southerns. Native steersSl.OO <i6.50; Southern steers, §2150 southern cows S2.00@ii.00; Native cows and heifers, S1.7ri ,75:stockors and feeders S2..M);i/i .50; bullB,S2.00,«3 15;ualves53 00 ifi.OO; western led steers S3. JO oo .15; western fed cows S2.00,a375. Hogs—Ueceipts 8,000; heavy 5.90-.U.6 10; packers §0.10(0.6.25; pigs and lights, *6 00(a0.35. Sheep—Receipts 7,000; Mut- ons S4.2S(<j5 50; lamba SO 00(o,7.S5 ange wethers, $450.i/575; ed ewes, S4 25(«5.50. KANSAS CITY ORAIN Kansas City, Sept. 11—Wheat- Sept. 63!iic; DecG5c;May 09? B 'c- iasb No.2 hard (i-i,MraOOo; No. 3,63M(<t:l3'l;No. 2red No. 3, (M(a.64>jjc. Corn—Sep 42> 4 'c; Dec 37?yc; May, SS^'csJuly.SS^Cash No^ 2 mixed 4o3vc;No. 2 white, 45>«c. Oats-rUnchangodNo.2 white 31c No. 2 mixed, 293iS(o30c. Kan- aa Olty Produce. Kansas City, Sept. 11—Butter- Creamery, 23c; packing lOc. Eggs—19c. Sard to Find. It would be hard to find a rrore perfect curative medicine for disordered digestive organs th»n that gentle tonic digestant, and torpid liver regulator, known as Dit. C&LDVVELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN. No other medicine has its specific power over these The "Discovery" of the Soda Cracker For years the humble soda cracker remained obscure and unappreciated. No one seemed to realize its food value—no one seemed to know- that it was one of the most nutritious rations obtainable. Then one day the soda cracker was "discovered." The NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY saw its value if properly presented to the public. They set about to bring its quality to the highest possible standard—the result being yneerfa Biscuit, which are to-day recognized as one of the staple foods of the American people. Nearly 400,000,000 packages of them have been sold, and the food value of the soda cracker is a settled fact. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY work on 4.000 acres swamp land. of reclaimed WAS A VBKY SICK BOY ellcate and important organs of our body, upon which you have o depend for energy to carry on our daily work. It cleanses, di- ;ests, stimulates and euros. Sold •y all Druggists at 50c und SI.00. Money back it it falls. HAVYCOURT-iSTiALORDERED Washington, Sept. 11.—Secro- ,ary Bonaparte today ordered a court martial of Captain Comly and Lieutenant Pressey of the Alabama on charges of neglect of duty in handling the ship whon it collided with the Illinois off Brenton's Reef, R. I., July 21. The court-martial of these officers was recommended by a court of iu- quiry. The trial will t-ike plaie wherever the Atlantic fleet happens to bo on the date selected. Escaped Death. It is not ao uncommon experience "for us to get a letter describing how tho writer escaped death by taking DR. CALUWELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflammation. The gentle, soothing, curalivo, puriti- cative action of this pleasautsyrup is without any equal in Iho science of medicin*. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and Si 00. Mouoy back if this fails. • i But Cured by chamberlain's Colic Oho era and Diarrhoea Rtnudy. "When my boy was two years old he had a very severe attack of' bowel complaint, but by the use of CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA and DIARRHOEA REMEDY we brought him out all right," says Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich, This remedy can be depended upon in the most severe cases. Even cholera infantum is cured by it. Follow the plain printed directions and a euro is certain. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. wave of displeasure swamped the- psrty would have responsible for the law at the next election "But all offenders being treated alikaanl no discrimination being shown in favor of the mushroom crop of bogus club?, carping criticism has teen silenced and voluntary submission to the authority of the law is the natural sequence. Law-abiding saloonkeepers aie rapidly t aki °g the places of those who have forfeited their licenses and a better state of affairs is spreading through the entire city. On Sundays the slums no longer present the disgraceful spec'-acles that scandalize the community on other days of the week an-1 lower the reputition of St. Louis at home and abroad. Crime snd vice, resulting from intoxication, hitherto most prevalent on the S ibbatb, now occur on that day as shown by the records of the police courts "But, whatever Jthe results tained, it may be safely at- aaserted IttlUOU, *«. -— ./ that Democrats throughout the Sta'teneeUJrayB no fear that Ji 'lid.' Put to a vote of our Chicago, Sept. 11.—John C. Hately, appointed receiver of Zion City pending litigation in tho federal courts, mads his first otll- cial report to the court today. Ho declares the liabilities of the city as shown by tho books aggregate §6,125,018. The quick assets are estimated in the report at §372,051, and tho slow assets at §2,lf,(5,5-17. N'Vrll'K TO (!ON*I'K.V'T"IW. j Noli'-' 1 Is hcn-liy nl\vn tlmt m'lili-il r>r»- ' pmnls will !«• ri-ci-ivi-il liy t!n> <-lly Auditor j of ilif t'tty "f t'lilllli-iiili". M').. tin I" I-| o'clock, noon, mi th.' HI-MI diiy "f (U-lnIiT. : iwm. for til'-ftirnlsliliiit nl nil limtorlill mid | tin 1 ilolna of nil WCH-U iiiul Inlior ncci-*->!iry I" i eonslriict a siili-wiilk, r«i ft-i-i In l-Mintli imil I j feet wiil-of UK-niali-riiil il-scrilu-tl liy ;ni'1 liincctinliincr with tii(llii.-iiici Xo.i'!s:ii >ltlf- Willlf I'lt'fci-l 111 li'lllltl. lllill I Iff! WKlf I'f 111' 1 with iirdliiiiiH-i' No. iai; - p i siilrwiilk i" f'-'t i" Icni/lh iiml I ft!'-t wltlf of tli" niiiti-riiil «lt- sci-lhi'il 1>> mul in iiccoriliillc.- with onli- niiiict- No.5H': a -idfwnlk -in fi--t In IfiiKtli inn) I fwt wide t,f lli<- iii:iti-i-I:il tli-icrllifil '•}' mill in acii.ii-ilaucf willi onllIIMIIC. So. ill: :i .skli'willk luffi-l in I.MI;;! h .'Hid I fft-t wltlf of thf mall-rial dfSL-rllifil liy iHiil liincc.irdmicf wltli .inli;niii.-p X.». -l-:a .-liJ.-vvalk l-'» ffi-t in IcliKtlimid I fft wldi- "f Hi" niiilt i-lal 'I'" | si- llii-d liy and In accorjant-f with onll-.j iiiuu-f No. -M:i; :i .-Id-.-walk ".•'• ff-l In i-n^tli j mid I ft-t-t wid" of thf mm.-rial il.--.i-rllvil liy j and in accm-dmicf with i.nlliuuiff No. -'II: n ^Id-walk "i-ilf--t In I'HHtliand i f.-fl widf I of Hi.- mutt-rial d"-t-ritif.i liy mid in never-! ilmicr with ordlnaiiL-f Xo. -i">. " M.|.-\v:ilU 1TI | ft-t-t In Ifiiuth nnil I " ft \\lduOftlu- null' rial tlfsi-rlli'-d liy mid In nccoi-daiiiv- willi nmicf No.-'l'iia nltl'-walk II-' ff-l. in Ifiiutli nnil I ff I wid.-iif Ilif niiitfi-liit ilftt-riitfil !••• Ililil liiiu-ciii-danc-' wil'i ..nliiKiiif" N". -Jl": a pldf walk !«> fft in Ii-n-rt h and ! fft wlti ol 111,- mini-rial dfsi-r|l..-d liy and in nccordmic- with ordliiiinc- X". --'in; a ^lil.-walk -V ff.-l in ],-until and I fi-t-l '.vldf of I In- matt-rial (!•- acrlli-il hy and In aci-nnlaiiof with onll- n.-incf Ko.-J.ll: a sld'-wulk c-'i fi-t i" lt-i:j:fli and I ffft witlf of t!i" luali-ri.-i! d'-ncrili il l>y antl liia-coriliinc'- with urdiiian.-- So. -1'A; a slih-wnlk ll-Jft-l. In l.-nitt'i.-:!!.! i ft-i-t wiil" tlii- malt-rial d' st-rl!.'-d !•}• •' :il_ln »i-i-iirdai:i witli onlliimii.-!- No. -'• -: :' - l'-«aIU iai fft Iflilttli and I ffft v. HI • t-I i li" !.lat--rlal d linnet-No. i'ii: a slil.•v,.-r:: :J f-fl In 1-I-.-- lind I ffft wide- of i!n- m.-il cl.-il df^t-r ' and in iiccuril'ino 1 with oi-iiliiMin-i-N •.IdfWalk ii" fffl In Ifiejth ami I ffft will- of j thf miUerlnltlfSf ril' -il l«>,-tnd l:i m-c-mlilnci- j Witll(>rdlmlni'f S.i.-J"'i:a siilf.v,,;:; ir.'f.-et in ieliiitliililt! I fft wl-|. ,.f tn- material d"- | scrilifd l>y and In iicenrdaiicf with ordl- J naiiff No.'-'-'iT. • I Tin- proii.i>a!.- inn>t lie at-coi-illni-1" form . r'-illili-'-il •mil fiirill-ili'-d liy "I 1 - 1 <.'">" K»~i - ' i A ccrttlii-d check 111 til- >inil "f S-'" !l liltHt utx-omnmiy .-ach Mil t.o in^nn- Ha- maklni-'ofaeontr.i.-i. Th- 1 riu-lit t" n-Jfi't tiny linil all lilil.-. is i-e^-r»'cd !>>' th" Ci l . v Council. I'.UKI. WICKI.V. Inrfi-Pliltil . l-'I'J' Alldilor. laundry i 'I'hl- pt-othicts of thi-- Launili-y will ffirn.-s- | pond nicely uitli A.-i- j [ihiilt Strtrts ;uul l-:lec- j trie Car.-. V\V i-aU'r lo the trade t'nat knows. SLIFEI}, proprietor. DR. J, C. SHELTON, --;•!(!•, — -•-• f Oculist and Catarrh Specialist Limits 111. t.i-m-ti.- ,-iitln-ly !•> *'"" u.-r.v-m:.! lif.-M-'s of 11"' Eve- fsr, ^ese, & Throat, - *• -• ,.,,,-r-." I...! "f Km."- "f ""- fi-.-u-tl.ill I'.v Scientific Fitting of Classes. mit':ii-.-;i!ii-i-'l '" iiial'f Hi' 1 ':'. nHi,- ovt-rliLi'UKA Mll.l.KK Tis \!iliu.'t.iii St. Cli1llii-',tli.',_M". •IVIi-lilii.iu 1 .*: "IVit-f. II ': y. NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage &. Transfer Line. 1 am now lofiitfii :it M. \V. Litton's Livery Mum. All t';i!lrf will hu promnll.v atteniluil to. •!. _^ t t ' t t Stenographer $ "* Notary Public Fire Insurance IN FULL BLAST. «if i 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. 2nd. 3rd. We have the best Trimmer. ,We have the largest stock. We sell cheaper. '£. I'lionus. olliee :> iny, Clii:iii-.c.thc. * : ivskli.'iiec >'•>''>• 4- NEW YORK '"'-.! RENEWS CHARLES REWARD. Jefferson City, Sept. 11.—Governor Folk offered a reward today of S300 fotthe arrest and.return to Carroll county of Roy Charles, who escaped aft^r being convicted of the charge of embezzling funds while county clerk of that county. This is a renewal of a former reward. The crime was committed in 1905. la those days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten. In the mad, pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone. A hastily eaten meal and its result-, ant headache may cause us social or financial loss. The wise man or womam is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of KODOL for DYdPEPSIA.. It digests what y^u eat and puts your stomach back into shape. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. WILL REMAIN "AT MISSOURI. Mr. H. J.. Waters, Dean of the Agriculture Department of the University of Missouri has decided to remain at the head of the College of Agriculture in Colum- If you like Coffee but dare not drink it, try Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It's true tnat real coffee does disturb the Stomach, Heart and Kidneys. But Dr. Shoop's Health Coflee has not a grain of true coffee in it. It is satisfying, wholesome and harmless even to the youngest child. Being made from parched grains and malt it forms a food-like drink.yet having the true flavor of Old Java and Mocha Coffee. Sold by P. T. Aboil and E. J. Barneyback. WHEELER CACTVERY LOW. Mrs. Harry Pardonner received W-ird from the bedside of hoi brother, Wheeler Gage at Marion, Iowa, Wednesday stating that he was very low. His recovery is doubtful. bia He wa* recently offered $6 000 a year if he would become Dean of the Agricultural Depart- t _.~ mentofthe University of Cah- rarely lornia, but has decided not to accept the offer. " Piles positively cured with Dr. Snoop's Magic Ointment. It'smade for piles alone, and it does the work to perfection. .Itching, pain- If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for them, Dyspepsia would practically bo a disease of the past. Dr. Shoop's Restorative reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon the inside aer ves—the true stomach nerves. Btomach distress or . weakness, fullness, bloating, belching. We recommend and sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The N. J. SwetJand Drug Co. CASTOR IA Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of «~~»-—•A Perfect Bowel Laxatiye for constipation, sallow complexion, hsadache, dizziness.sour stomach, coated tongue, biliousness. Lax- ets act promptly, without pain or griping. Pleasant to A bath clennsod the shin and rids the pores of refuse. A> bath makes for better fellowship' and citizenship. Not only should tho outside of tho body be cleansed, but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens tho bowels and clears the system of effete m;ittcr. Best for this are DEWITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISERS. Pleasant little pilL-i that do not grippe or sicken. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. FOR RENT 3 ni:e rooms cuauite, suitable for light housekeeping Supplied with water, sink and closet. Noith Locust street n 'ar the square. Also, one largo room, second story over Reynolds Book store on Locust street. One 4-room dwelling near Central school ouilding. ANDREW LEEI'ER. Office over Baskctt'a Jewelry store. 5fld6t The laxative effect of CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIVER TABLETS, is so agreeable and so natural you can hardly realize that it is produced by a medicine. These tablets also euro indigestion and biliousness. Price, 20 cents. Samples free at tho N. J. Swetland Drue Store. COME AND SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. As we have to move February 1st, we are 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 • ?^0 1 lot Men's fO.OO suits at - ^-^ 1 lot Men's Duck coats at - •; • • •;; >f •»" 50 dozen Men's hats, Latest Shapes at 75c, frl.OO, f LA) & $1.50 worth 50c to $1 more each. All kinds shelf Hardware, Guns. Silverware, Tools, Etc. At Greatly Reduced Prices. MY LOSS IS > OUR GAIN, I SPE01ILSSTS I v I ? At. LrPLOU*. .%!;>.. fi>t- CHIT uf ill VV'HISKKY. MultflMNK. :inil :iii * Piu:<: ll.u-.iTS. (Jiiiir.unr.- pay i Als<> curi-C.\N<'Mi, j'. GUITKK. IlL-rrruK uud I'II.KS- ,1" No cuttii)!! 1 , no puiii, no pay un|4- til (.-ui-utl. I 9. Broyles, i. D. Sacrefary. Y. ED F. WEST, Proprietor. r. Frances H- Singer Qslessafhic Physician Succt^-i'ir tn In. Ci-iii-vli'Ve !•'. Ijiliiflilln F1TZPATRICK BUILDING, 504 Washington St., CKillitotlic. Mo TKf.El-'HOXli 441. __*ME. DB. H. M. GKACE, Pliy.sician and Snrircon. Rooms - v >. 1 and •">. VVall- brunn huildit-^ 1 . I'lnmL-s: 'Jlliix 1 JWtS: resiilencu .V'!'. J.E. CALLAWAY.M.D Anv Chronic Ailmeut. Disease. Eve. Ear. No?e anil Throat nivon special attention. Office in "Valbrunn Hkt'K Office Phone S". Residence Phc-c 11. TWO^iRlBAOLYSCARED. Two girls were badly scared on West Websterstreot Tuesday night near the vacant lot used by the city. While passing that place a man who was hiddenthere jumped out onto the sidewalk an 1 grabbed one of the girls by the arm. Tau young lady screamed and the man ran north through Offic'.- Rooms 1 and 2'Wallbrunn bui.dinic. Kesidcncc Io42 \vcst Calhoun St. OfTice nhone. No. 631: residence nhone. ^fo. 593. All calls in city and country answered promptly day or nijfht. . • ajmiji <Mtu^^»i-- rmfi«Viri trirw\9 Till-: SOUTH I.IK'UST ST. ; LIVERYMEN! have addtd to their -itoc!; the fi;:- • est Funeral Car ever brought to ' Chill icuthe. Bcsiilos doinj,- a . general livery business, they * (rive special attention'-o funerals. They also make cariiaiju calls (day or rnsfht) tu any part of the city or county. Telephone 15(1. 410 S. Locu=l St. -IN ELM OhiilicoShe, Mo., Sept. 14-15, '06 The largest premium list ever given to the Old Settlers. Plenty to eat and good water. Something doing every minute in the clay. Gome and Enjoy Yourself. COL J. T. SE-LBY, Mgr. DAVID GIRDNER Mgr. BEET VANLANINCHAM, Treas. W. L. BLACK, Sec'y STOHE Ho«se Moving S Raisin* | fioavt* ordtTH lit $5 Sauiiders-Turnt-r I^uiitlifr Ynrd ft J, R, McCLELLEH S ,1. N, Page i LAWYER. $ 5O7 Washington Street. £ iEIHERSHAGEtl FURNITURE CO. PHONES: NIGHT 153. DAY 397- f JOHN H. TAYLOR ATTOKNKV-AT-LA\V. •!• ^ - oflitM-: 2ml Moor Masonic Tt-iuplf. S. •!• f WiishinKton at- L'otlcctioiis inuilu •!• f aail proiiipUot-rt.-mittril. N'ntnry ul- *|- f \vftys ia ofltei 1 . *«• Sf^at^^ t»'^ ^'^^^-wafa^ii,:^^ H^.t^t.ta^Mp •*-*!-£ ^' *.Xf Sslasi. or by ' he SESi-si «r br >to *• * * darkness. A large crowd wasai-j* tracted to the scene by the girl's screams. the alley and disappeared in tho j A large crowd wasat- -Seaiathe— Signature of ^ The KM You ilarc Always Boii-n thin > I Dr, 9 OS-TE-OP'-A-THJf, ^Ta ro^edy for the^llef of the suffering. Is rapidly-rt-mtag-tayor;---!; n%&*1!r. r ta-iina¥Baucamp "MSS^f 'si^fe-^'SSJ-^Sff ^B^ncliagf^- ;^^^«*«»*^****»*«*^--*s*«««« •H..H..I..;..;..I-H 'I -I-I-H-I- H-H^K-fr-H- •* HOLUSTES'S fiocky Mountain Tea Nuggets 1 Btcy Kedioino foi Bu-y feofif. flrlrtss Soiiloo Health o~:il Eonti-jeii Vigor. A specific forCni!st;p:iUi>n, In-iiijestlon. l.ivi» And Kii!nc-y Trtv.lh'e.-'. Vi^:p!;:i4, Kexom!. luipurM Bluoil, BntJ Rr-eatli, S|tiir':;?ti Ilo'.vt-ls, il;-a.l:u-hi- and 1'ackache. 7t'aKtMi;cv51o-.m":r:i TI-M in tut- ' fornv 3.~i i-cr,is a bux. C'lfim' "• ' ' "" Dnrr; COMPANY, !il:iili^- dt^OEN NUGBETS FOfi S^ LADIES'. THE GREAT TURK For PataOd, Irregular a Btruattpn.^Warranted *-' stmateana complicate Becommendedbyladi ^C

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