CHILUCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEP. 14 1906 Danderine »4gjtEW THIS" HAilt And m oan PROVE IT MRS. ANNIE E. SHEEHAN. Weir City. .KantM. 'Ton must remember that tailing nalr in dandruff are slgni of decay, or a diseased con dIUon of the scalp, and yon must not dela treatment. To do so simply means more loss o hair, and • greater Impoverished scalp, an finally no balr. The wise thing to do Is to co net It In the start. Danderine works wonders In all sach cases. It wlllqulckljr regenerate tb enfeebled tissues, eat make your balr grow more beautiful than It ever was. NOW at druggists, tbreeilZM. 2&C^ 5OC. and 91.OO per bottle. KUOWtTONBAITDEBIXE CO., Chicago. LymAjl^^ra FRIDAY NIGHT 4 A ROWLAND & CLIFFORD Comedian J 3 m 6 S K y I* 1 6 Mac Curdy and an Augmented Supporting Company in the Big Dramatic Scenic Success J5he OLD CLOTHES MAN A Play tout Create Smiles, Thrills Tears and O h e e r NOTE:—The Boxing Exhibition i perfectly proper for Lady Audience « v - u -k^M-»jl-U-M'"lrf"V^«-^^«-ll>"l-«-" r ».'-^-^^ PRICES: 25-35-50 AND 75C. STILL fiTiTHE 319 iSTAKD E. M. CBELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHILLICOTHE FOR 20 YEARS Dr. llrthur J. Simpson, SURGEON AND OCULIST Eye Ear Nose Throat Practice devoted to Surgery and Diseases of the Eye, Ear Nose, Throat. 'Special attention given to surgery of the Eye, Nose and Throat. GLASSES FITTED Office in Herman BIdg. Jfortli Side Sd.. Phones 8S and 212 PERSONAL AND LOCAL WHEN YOU IRE GETTING GLASSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache andEyestrain. A. B. MACDONALD EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER, \V. C. Vosburg was in Sutnner Thursday evening. A. O. Fisher of Gait was a Friday business visitor in the city. If you want a nice hat cheaper, call at N. Y. Racket. dlw D. J. Hottestater of Kansas City is here the guest of Miss Maude Kirk. Miss Grace Tucker and Clau<r Miller have accepted positions in Hartman's store. Attorney Elgin of Centerville, Iowa, was in the city Friday on legal,business. T. Li. West of Carrollton spent Thursday evening in the city the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Nay of Wheeling township were shopping in the city Friday. Marriage license was issued Friday to Fred Burns and Vinnie Bolton both of this city. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Maeuire of Ludlow were in the city a short timeJThursday evening. The ladies of the First Baptist church will have a market tomorrow at Strehlow's meat market. The little son of Mr, and Mrs. Tom .Harvey of East Calhoun street is very low with,pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Collins of route 5 are the proud • parents of a ten pound baby' boy born Tuesday. Mrs. C. S. Golden, who has been in Chicago for some time, will return the middl* of next week. A. L. Campbell came in from St. Louis Friday morning and will spend several days with his family. The strong eat well, sleep well, look well. The weak don't. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the weak strong. Miss Mary Allen was removed co St. Mary's hospital Thursday, where she has comfortable and cheerful quarters. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Minteer will arrive home this evening from St. Louis where they have been for the past week. Are you troubled with piles?One application of ManZan will give you immediate relief. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Miss Carrie Gantt of Kansas City is visiting Mrs. D. A. Creason and other relatives. She came to attend the bedside of Mr. C reason. Mrs. Thomas England and daughter, Miss Fenell, returned Friday morninglrom a five weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Chicago. Miss Carrie Montgomery, who has been the ft 1168 ' of her uncle, Charles Montgomery, at Joplin for the past eight weeks, will arrive home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Truqg are now residing at Guthrie, Okla., where Mr. Truog, who is traveling for the Oliver Typewriter company has his headquarters. Gallatin' Democrat: W. P Cook, the well-known iChillicothe land man, was in Gallatin Tuesday visiting his mother and friends and looking after business matters. Mrs. Johannah Brandenburger who rented her West Jackson street home to G. H. Lawson, wil make her home with her daughter Mrs. P. W. Hartman, East Jacksen street. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lawson and family have moved to town for the school season and are occupy- .ng the first house west of the Christian church. Their telephone number is 699. D. A. Creason,, who has been critically ill for several months, continues to grow weaker. Thursday it was thought he could nol survive the night but he rallied somewhat and passed a restful night. Prof- D. S. Robbins of Chicago, ^former member of the faculty of he Chillicothe Normal school was here Thursday evening, visit- ng with friends. Mr. Robbins is in business in Chicago and is dong well. •. •. Hamilton Advocate: Mrs. Ju:a Murry, who is teaching at the itate Industrial Home for Girls at Jhillicothe, is at home on a vaca- on. Mrs. Murray is well pleased ith her new work. She will re- urn about the 20th. The beauty bee's a honey mak- r. It "honeys"up one's thoughts; sweetens one's life; it's nectar on ne's words, and drops sip by sip, nto one's heart when Hollister's ocky Mountain Tea is used. Tea r Tablets, 35 cents.—N. JN Swet- and Drug Co. Miss Katherine Hackett left Fri- ay morning for Kansas City here she will visit friends for wo days. From Kansas City Lydia C. PInkham's Vegetable Compound is a positive cure for all those painful ailments .of women. It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints. Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacements and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of IAfe. It will surely cure. Backache, It has cured more cases of Female Weakness than any other remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tumors in an early stage of development. That Bearing-down Feeling, causing pain, weight and headache, is instantly relieved and permanently cured by its use. Under all circumstances it acts in harmony with the female system. It corrects Irregularity, Suppressed or Painful Periods, Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility. Also Dizziness, Faintness, Extreme Lassitude, "don't-care" and " want-to-be-left-alone" feeling, excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, flatulency, melancholy or the "blues," and backache. These are sure indications of Female Weakness, some derangement of the organs. For Kidney Complaints and Backache of either sex the Vegetable Compound is unequalled. You can write Mrs. Pinkham about yourself in strictest confidence. LTDU E. PIVKHAK MED. CO., Lfn», ftui. Miss Hackett will go to Salt Lake City where she will visit her brother, Will Hackett, for several weeks. Moberly Democrat—Mesdames Roders and Maddox of Chillicothe, have returned home after a brief visit with H. A. Jaco and wife of Winchester street. These ladies stopped on their way home from Detroit, Michigan. Gallatin Democrat—R. O. Hunter, wife and children came up from Chillicothe Saturday, on a visit to homefolks. "Ot" is now traveling on the road and left Monday to resume his duties leaving his wife and babies here for a few days' visit. Rev. N. R. Pittman, associate editor of the Word aud Way, a religious paper published in Kansas City, was here Thursday afternoon en route to the LivingF- ton County Baptist association which is in session at the Zioc Baptist church northwest of Chillicothe. Mrs. Grace Hicks, son and daughter, Tom Hicks and Mrs. Estherbrook, who have been visiting in Michigan for the pas' three weeks, were in the city Thursday evening en route home, the guests of R. H. Hicks and family. They left Thursday evening for their home in Breckenridge. Breckenridge Bulletin: Rev. J. R. Harper and wife were in Chillicothe Wednesday where the former attended a meeting of the Board of Church Extension of the M. E. church, t t t Mrs. F. S Hudson of Chillicothe and Mrs. Odell of Hale, who had been the guests'of their sister, Mrs. A. C. Freed, returned to their homes Saturday * * * Mrs. Geo. Rich mond of Chillicothe came Saturday to visit her father, Geo. Baker, and family. TO ALL MASTER MASONS. You are requested to meet at the lodge rooms Saturday at one o'clock to attend the funeral of our late brother,. George D. Minor. . B. F. BEAZELL, W. M. H. S. STUCK, Sec. Backache Any person having backache, ddney pains or bladder trouble who will take two or three ine-ules upon retiring at night shall be relieved before morning. The medicinal virtues of the crude gums and resins obtained from the Native Pine lave been recognized by the medical pro- ession for centuries. In Pine-nles we offer all of the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles iuarantced to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Prepared by 1NE-ULE MEDICINE CO., CHICAGO N.. J, SWETLAND DRUG CO, NASON WORKING FOR THE TOOTHLESS ARTICLE Ex-Chi!licothean Takes Prominent Part in Chicago Crusade itr Pure Ccrifectioneiy Dr. Walter C. Nason, a former Chillicolhean, who is now connected with the pure food department in Chicago, is taking a prominent part in a war that is being made against impure candy. The Chicago Tribune says: "Food Inspector P. J. Murray was furnished a now experience yesterday when Mrs. 'Andrew T. Juul, 341S Colfax street, Evans- con, invaded his office aud invited him to inspect a small object she thrust ou the desk in front oi him. "Bless me; it's a tooth ! Whose i< it?" said the inspector. "Nobody knows," said Mrs. Juul indignantly. "I bought a pound of carmels ai Berry's candy store the other day and one of the carmels had this tooth inside of it I broke one of my own teeth trying to bite into it. I went around to see the manager of the store today and demanded~an explanation, and what do you tl.iuk he said?" "Can't say," said the insptc- tor. "Told me that the store couldn't be hold responsible for such mistakes. Reminded mo that ratt were found in flour sometimes." Murray went to the candy wtorc immediately and bought sampler of various kinds of candy, intend ing to have them examined foi testh and other foreign substances. During the day Assistant Food Inspector Nason condemned 1,000 pounds of nut caramels which he found on a counter at the Fair. A woman, who did not give bai name reported that sho boughi some of the caramt'ls and thfit one of them had a worm in it. Naaor, went to the store and found another worm crawling over the candy. "Don't you knew . thin Cindy's rotten?" he atki'd the girl ir charge of the counter. "Why, I never examined it," she replied. "Djir ma,it is rotten, isn't it?" Inspector Murray is planning a special cru>Hcict on candy shops a> a result of t're-'c two rovebu.ious. For social, raedic na! or household uses I. W. Harper whiskey ie the best and safest. The mos; popular high gr.ide whiskey or he market. Sold by M. L. Hig iins. Pinesalve cleanoet; wounds, i.' highly antiseotec, uneaqaoled fo; cracked hands. Good for cuts. Sole by the N. J. Swfitland Drug Co. Bears the Signature T!l8 Klnc CANDIDATES' CARDS The CONSTITUTION prints candidates' cards in any size or quan- ti}v. Prices reasonable; work the best. dtf Beautify the Complexion IN TEN DAYS. Nadinola CREAM, the on- equaled beautifier a endorsed by thousands, and guaran- _ teed to remove H*? freckles,-pimples, liver-spots, tan, sal- lowness, etc., the worst case in 20 days, and restore the beauty of youth. Price SOc. and $1.00 by leading druggists or mail. Prepared bjr NATIONAL TOILET CO., Pirll. Tar Sold by Clark's Pharmacy, N. J. Svretland Drujf Co., and others. From the Kansas City Times. "We didn't have a very big crowd but we had a good time," said Joseph P. Wilson, a Mexican war veteran at the Union depot ast night. Mr. Wilson was re- ;urning to his home at De' Soto, Kas , from the annual reunion of the Association of Mexican War \ r eterans of Missouri, which closed yesterday at Chillicothe. "There were only twenty-eight veterans the're and several of us from Kansas were among those," he continued. "The oldest man present was 86 and the youngi's-" 74 : . I never knew before that there was a veterean as young ae that. I am 78 years old and was only 19 when I enlisted in '47. Next year's reunion will be held at Holden, Mo. From 30cts to SI a bushel. Eden Greene, Phone 578. lOsdtf Mlllinpry in full blast will take orders, N. Y. Racket, dlw SATURDAY LAST DAY OF THE CONTEST Leaders All Did Well Today But There Was No Change in Standing—Final Count at 3 The CONSTITUTION'S jrift contest will close tomorrow, when the prize piano, talking machine and watch will be awarded. Thus far this race has been one of the most closely contested oo<js the CONSTITUTION has ever given. ' Voting will stop at 3 o'clock tomorrow. The Baal count will then be made and the prizas awarded. There will be no advance counts. The last count will be made" by representatives selected by the leaders aud a member of the CONSTITUTION staff. Ruth Francis, Chilli H6.350 \ 7 ernie Grouse, Chillico 33,990 Louise Joslin, Chilli 25,310 Inez Cox, Grand R 24,910 Ruth Thompson.UreamR.. 16,670 Euterpe Club 10,750 Sadie Bradford, Chilli 9180 CmoCoberly, Chilli 48K Nola Thompson. Chilli 4(530 Giwnett Thompson, Sou. p.. 29(50 Ona C. Lowey, Chilli .... Eva Flenniken.Mooresy.. Lucile Venable, Jackson . Mary Grace Seay, Chilli.. Laura Bird, Wheeling .. Pearl Venard, Fairview .. May Brookshier, Chilli .. Cora Carey, Blue M Toseph Iberg, Medicine . . Sthel Ganu, S;. mpsel 3va Toner, Monroe Loyal Knights, Chilli Hazel Estop, Chilli Banna Kerr, Green jrladys Mowry, Samp . .. Lena Morris , Chillico... Bessie Pro volt, Chillico... 4rg. S. H. Price.So.pre . Uena Bushnell.Blue M... 31ara Parker, Chilli .. . tthel Gillmartin, Chilli .. 2780 2730 2250 2031 1801' i7r« 1321' 1101 1100 1100 1000 SSd 820 741 71K 700 501 4S( 460 •HC 410 vlary Lamb ............... 4(Jt vlyrtlo Maran, Chilli ..... Santhia Dowell, Chilli ..... \nna Summervillo, So. p. . Lucile Thompson .......... 31;uly s Hosman, Chilli.. . 3thel Gfirr ............... Laura Hudson 3ernnrd Salloe ......... 3uth Page, Chilli ........ ' Jora. CUirlr, city ........ vlaudu Hughes', Chilli ____ 'lor i Hudson, city ..... >l:iu.ie Lee. Chilli ....... Louise 40-' 3SI 3-K- 32( 30( 280 180 IOC 81 SO <!' 4( 2 2i •KT8 tie /* * !i8 ''• ' IU ''''- 1 fiyf] Ai * 3 ' S ' FIVt VcSSELS 10 CUBA. Norfolk, Vrt , Sept. 13 —Order: vere received hero by thu com naudants of the cruisers Newark, Tacoma and Cleveland that al. nrmbere of the crews must repon >n their respective vessles before 12 o'clock tonight. The cruise) Vewark was ordered to take o ooard supplies for a six months' jruise. All will gs> to Cuba. Philadelphia, Sept. 13.—As th> result of orders received from Washington, the crew of the cruiser Mianeapolis, lying at tht League island nav/ yard, was ea- ^ged to day in loading stores ano provisions in preparation for thi warship's departure nest Sunday morning for Cuba. In addition to the vessel's regular complement of 2)0 mon,marines are also to be taken. It has been deaided thai -n>> Tennessee, r"~"'-> M y put into commission,will also joiu the fleet in Cuba. WANT BOODLERS PARDONED. Jefferson City, Sept. 13.—Mrs. Hartmann and Miss Lulu Lehmann, the one the wife of William Hartmann and the other the daughter of Julius Lehmann,-the convicted St. Louis aldermen, saw the governor late this afternoon with reference to pardons for their relatives. The two .men have completed- three years of thoir sentences, less good conduct time, Miss Lehmann expressed herself as hopeful of executive clemency n the near future. Lehmann was sentenced to seven years and Sartmann six. The petition ask- ng for their pardon bears 12,000 names. wil! save the dyspeptic from many davs of misery* and enable him to eat whatever he wishes. They prevent SICK HEADACHE, cause the food to assimilate and nourish the body, give keen appetite, DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar coated. m"» Fake No Substitute. Fall Suit Talk. We're of the opinion that ifc r s about now that a. woril or two concernin.; yoiu- Fall ami Winter Suits will be in order so now we remind you. Oui- new Suits are fresh from the Tailoring Shops of the very best milkers, and ready for your choosing. livery style, kink anil turn of fall fashions has been honored in the making of these choice garments. The Tailoring is Perfect,; Tfie Fabrics are Unusually Handsome. We're right sure that we have a suit to your liking, and that you'll be surprised when you learn how much suit excellence you can get here for a modest price. It will afford us the greatest of pleasure to show you the new styles, if you will drop in for a look. You needn't think of buying—just come in and see what's new. Our time is all yours. We are new and want the business. ' PRICES ARE RIGHT. Newiand & Older,. West. Side Square ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS buys a 5-room cottage near Firbt ward school. Ground 100 feet square. Good 'jeighborhood. Water and sink iu kitchen. Inquire at this office, dtf For sale—Cottage in Gravesville, three lota, two wells, every- ching iu good condition. Price 5550. Will t;ke team and wagon or cow as part payment. William vlisenhelter, at Connty Infirmary. 10 room house, best location in Chillicothe good cellar, coal and wood shed, brick walkx, plenty of ihade. Lot SO by US, 5 blocks from square, good garden spot 'fruit. Inquire this at office. THE For sale—Hard coal baseburner. [uquire at this office. oadtf For Sile^-Offlce furniture. Call ohone 665. sl3d3c FOR KENT FOR RENT—Good 7-room house: i office rooms, best ou north side if square. Inquire C. L. Waitn. a30 dtf. For Rent—7-room house in good": •ppair. Seymoffr Wigelv. s!4dot For rent: Home of t; rooms; , buggy shed, two lots; near chool. Mrs. M. L Johnson, Morth Cheirv :=t. sMrttf HELP WANED—MALE Men and hoys Plimililiiic. Brlcklnylne, Plas- turlnit Trades l«iy t'. tuJNilay. \\v tviicii | you thorouehiy in thi-tr months. Position i luiiiiintcfd. 'Free cutnkw. t:iiyni''s Trade I <ch»ol, St. Fjouis, Mo. KOGS STRONG TQ HIGHER ! JONSTITUTIOIT Special. ' ! Kansas City, Sept. 14—The live j <(ock market for today,as reported j ay Clay, Robinson & Co., was as | ;ol!owd: Cattle—Receipts 2.000; market -low to steady. Hogs—Receipts 5000; market strong to 5c higher closing weak; oulk 86 21% to SU.37)..; ;top g6.42}<«. Sheep—Receipts 5000; market steady. Chicago. Sept. II—Cattie—Receipts 3,000; slow to steady. Hogs—Receipts 16,000; market 5c higher; ^top S6.65 Clarence Powell ' attended a dance ac Sumner Thursday evening. OSSARD CORSET Hartman's carry a lull line in stock. We fit, them by an Expert,. THE LEAGUE HELPS. The directors of the Industrial League met Thursday night in the office of the county clerk, and toon, up the settlement of accounts for the Good Roads convention. It was decided that several bills which were contracted on account of the convention proper and which had no connection with the Wild West show should be paid ->y the league. It does not-have life enough, that's the trouble with your hair! There is something wrong with the hair— — - — bulbs. They are slowly starving! Then feed them at once! Give them a regular hair-food— Ayert Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, keeps the scalp healthy and free from dandruff. A little of it often docs great things fertile hair and scalp. C.AyerCo.. iwoll. Ma.8. ALL NEXT WEEK STARTING MONDAY, SEPT. 17 America's Greatest Stock Actress GRACE HAYWARD IN REPERTOIRE OF NEW PLAYS 5--BIG SPECIALTY ACTS'-S OPENING PLAY nly Defense" PRICES; 10-20-30 and 50 cents. La.lies Free Monday Ni-ht. Usual Conditions. Seat S^tfat Owl Drug Store Saturday.
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