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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Saturday, September 15, 1906
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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEP. 15 1906 Dear Sir: Please ask par WIFE, DAUGHTER or SISTER i® Read MY FREE Offer. WISE WORDS TO SUFFERERS From a Woman of Notre Dame, fad. I will mall, free of any chares, this Home Treatment with lull instructions and history of my own case to any lady snfterine with female troubles You can cure yourself at home without the aid of any physician. It will cost yon nothing to glva the treatment a trial, and if you decide to continue it TO 11 only cost you about 13 cents a week. It will not Interfere with your worfe or occupation. I have nothing to sell. Tell other sufferers of 16— Thisisalllaslr. It cures all, young or old. ff ru T°n feel a bearing-down sensation, sense of Impending evil, pain in the back or bowels, creeping fceline op tee spine, a desire to cry frequently, hot flashes, weariness, frequent desire to urinate, or if ybu have Leucorrhea (Whites), DIs- ClaccmentorRilllneof the Womb.Profuse, Scanty or Painful Periods, Tumors or Growths, address firs. M. Sanuacrs, Box 120, Notre Dame, IniL.U. S. A., for the Free Treatment and Full Information. Thousands besides myself have cured them' _u_ ..~~»~~.. „„ „. .—.—„,._ selves with It. I send it in plain wrappers. TO MOTHERS OF DAUGHTERS I will explain a simple Home Trcatmentwhich speedily ana Mtectualjy cures Lencorrhea. Green Sickness and Painful or Irreuular Menstruation in young xadiep. Itwillsaveyouansiety and expense and save your daughter the humiliation of explain* Insrhertroubles to others. PJumpnsss and health always result from Its use. wherever yon live I can refer you to well-known ladles of your own State or county who know and will gladly tell any sufferer that this Home Treatment really cures all diseased con- oitionsof ourdelicatcfemaloorcauism, thoroughly strengthens relaxed muscles and licamenta which cause displacement, and makes women well. Write to-day, as this offer will not bo made again. "You have my heartfelt thanks for curing me of a vory severe case of displacement caused by leucorrhoea. 1 had suflereU lor years, and before obtained only temporary relief." MRS. M. D. ABRETT. Newark, Mo. "After three doctors pronounced my case Incurable, your Home Treatment has entirely relieved me of womb and ovariau trouble." VINA WEST, Billings, Mo. "Although my wife had been in a helpless condition for months, and I had spent hundreds of dollars for relief, your Home Treatment, has entirely cured her. Accept our heart-felt, thanks." L. F. STIPES, Slater, Mo. MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box 4!2, Notre Dame, ind., U. S. A. TELEGRAPHY College opened a I' new department of telegraphy today. The equip- ment^spiew and modern. PROF. JOHN I. RICE who has worked as night operator, day operator and agent in the railroad service, has charge of this work. He is also an experienced commercial teacher. TELL YOUR FRIENDS. Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at TBeWATTON STUDIO STILL fiTlfHE OLD ,'STAND E. M. GRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHILLICOTHE FOR 20 YEARS CREELY TAKES COMMAND St. Louis, Sept. 15—Maj. Gen Adolphus W. Greely, who is to take command of the northern division of the United States army at noon today, arrived in St.Louis yesterday afternoon and registered at the BucKing-ham club. He has been in command of the Pacific coast division, with headquarters at San Francisco, anc was on a short leave of absence. Gen. Greely succeeds Lieut. Gen. H. R. Corbin, who has reached the age limit for retirement today. Gen. Corbin has been in charge of the division since March. Gen. Greely was not accompanied to the hotel by any member of his staff. He retired early Imst.evening. FitOWN ON FOOTBALL From the Trenton Ilepubllcan-Tribue. The Trenton, school board r cently passed a resolution putting football under ban in the Trenton high school, especially contests with other schools such as frequently occurred last year. The board also deplored the "class spirit which hae arisen" and 'the tendency to imitate the practices of colleges and universities, which they declare has led to thedestruc•• tionof property" in-' some instances. % The boys may olay football anyway this year. In fact it is said they have several games already scheduled. But there will be no'team representing the Trenton high school with'the sanction of the school authorities. Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseptec, uneaqueled for cracked bands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J. S wetland Drue Co. CREMATED IN LIVERY STABLE St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 14— Fire in the livery stable of Windish j McQuinn, near the business cen ter of the city, at 5 o'clock thi morning, resulted in the • death- o John L. Pain, a driyer, who wa suffocated in his bed and whosi body was almost entirely consumed. Property loss, §28,000. PERSONAL AND LOCAL If you want a nice hat cheaper, dlw call at N. Y. Racket. Will Powell returned Saturday from a trip to Kansas City. Chester Ennis of Moberly spent Saturday in the city with friends. William Strickler of Utica transacted business in the city Saturday. Tom Sidebottom of Meadville was a business visitor in the city Friday. Seldon Botts of Meadville was transacting business in Chillicothe Friday. I.S. White of Plattsmouth.Neb., is a new subscriber to the CONSTITUTION. A. C. Kinnard of Kansas City was here Saturday calling on his friends. A. J. Buckner of Wheeling transacted business in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berry of Gait were shopping in the city ^Friday afternoon. P. L. Byrath of Pattonsburg was a Saturday business visitor in the city. Major C. Finks of Hale is in the city the guest of his daughter, Mrs. F. S. Hudson. Mrs. J. J. Lillis of St. Joseph is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R Kitt. Mathew Geren of Meadvillo was in the city Saturday attending the Old Settlers' Picnic. J. E. Hale of Breckenridge was in the city Saturday attending the Old Settlers' reunion. S. A. Gaunt, a prosperous farmer of Mooresville township,was in the city shopping Saturday. Mrs. T. E. Clark of Bozeman. Moat., is in the city the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Perry. Leo Lightner of Chula was i the city on business Saturday an visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis o Ridgeway are in the city th guests of relatives,and friends, Edward Leahy. and-Her by.Rob erts o£iDay,e,nport, Iowa, arejn the, ^pfipa. city thirtraestsof Harry, Lea"n*y.' HV For No Appetite Means loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and Is efiea a precursor of prostrating sickness. This is why it is serious. The best, thing you can do is to take the great» alterative and toalc Which has cured DISPERSION SALE OF THE ELM GROVE HEREFORDS AT LAREDO, MO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. 60 HEAD OF F REGISTERED HEREFORDS 90 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HEREFORDS sity thejgaests of Harry. Mr. .ani Mrs. N.J. Swetland wil eave Sunday morning for .afn ex tended stay in Excelsior^ Springs BoniBrpyles of Chula^transacte susJnesa-Hn" the cityV-Saturday While here he enrolled his nam on the Daily CONSTITUTION list. Russell Cleaty came in off th road Saturday morning and wij spend Sunday in ttie Vi City witj riends. ;*,, Mrs. H. N. Ray, w,uo«bati>been the guest of friends in Carrol county will arrive home /Sunday morning J.L.Francis,of Holly, rlend of the CoNSTiTUTiON;'i : sen his paper a renewal of his .subscription. Mrs. Morehead has returned rom a two months' visit in Cali- ornia,C olorado and other westf- rn states. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Johnson returned Saturday morning from a visit-with relatives and friends in and near Utica. '< These cattle aie in-line condition and aVe well bred. They contain the blood of Corrector, Improver. Beau Brummel, Gentry Britton, Wilton Anxiety and other noted sires. I will also sell 9 head of well bred horses that are broke and in market condition. SALE WILL BEGIN AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. Under Cover. No Postponement, W, A, MERRYMAN, Prop, e address, HARRY W, Scrofula, dyspepsia, rheumatism, kidney complaint, catarrh and general debility are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Judge A. M. Irving and Ed Gregory of Gal la tin came down Friday afternoon on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Moss. Are you troubled'with pilesPOne application of ManZan will give you immediate relief. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Mrs. John Sweeney, who has been ill at her home on East Calhoun street forjsevral weeks, was reported not so well Saturday. Mrs. Mary Burberry left Saturday morning for St. Joseph where she will spend several days with her sons, Ollie and Clyde Burber•y- Harry McCloughan of Ottumwa, Iowa arrived Saturday morning and will be the guest of relatives nd friends in the city for two we sks. Harsh physics react, weaken the bjwols, cause chronic constipa- ion. Doansi Rejulets operate •'easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. Ask your druggist for them. ' Wilber Scruby, who has been the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scruby, returned to Washington Friday where he has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pringle, who have been the guests of Mr. Brookfield Budgett—Judge Geo. W. Neece and granddaughter, Miss Fidelia Neeco, left for Chillicothe Wednesday where they will spend a week with friends. Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for such emergencies. It subdues the pain and heals the hurt. Harry Keath of Moberly arrived Saturday morning and wil! bo the guest of his mother, Mrs. Emma Keath, for two'weeks. Harry is now breaking on the Wabashwith headquarters at Moberly. "Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles. Nothing helped mo until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured me permanently."—Hon. John R. Garrott, Mayor, Girard. Ala. William Switzer, a former member of the Chillicothe fire department, but now a fireman on the Burlington with headquarters at Brookfiold, was in the city Saturday visiting relatives and friends. The beauty bee's a honey maker. It "honeys"up one's thoughts; it sweetensone's life; it's uectaror one's words, and drops sip by sip, into one's heart when Hollister'b Rocky Mountain Tea in ^od. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.—N. J, Swetland Drug Co. Will Scruby returned Saturday morning from Kansas whore he has been for the past week working in the apple orchards. • The other boys who left hero with Willie are still at work but Willie got homesick and could not resist the temptation of a passing train .|9:l|bnie home and see/n ammaand TUFT Ol_l WAR SECRETARY IS CUBA SENT President Koosevelt Writss Letter to President Pa ma Explaining- This Country's Position Oyster Bay, Sept. 14—After a protracted conference with tne secretary of War, W. H. Taft, thu acting secretary of State, Robert Bacon and the Secretary of tho Navy. Charles Bonaparte, Presi dent Roosevelt addressed an im portant communication tonight t Cuba and arranged to send Secre tory Taft and Secretary Bacon t that island Sunday to make thorough investigation of condi tiona tnere and lend their influenc to rettore peace. The communication is address to the Cuban minister to ih United States, Kenor Quesda. 1 is a piea to Cuba to realize her re sponsibilities as a seif-governin republic and to restore peace ) the island. Her attention is calle in no uncertain language to th responsibility which the Uuiti d States bears to the island and th certainty that such rosponsibilit. will necessarily be ex-rcise should peace not bo preserved. The President says he has ccr tain information that the peace o the island is now menaced an that Amcriuau property has been destroy ml. Secretary Ta.'t and Secrptar Kacon will leave foi CubaStinday They will go bv rail to Key West Fla., and from uitre the journo, 10 Havana will be completed on uaval vessel, probably the cruise DOS Moines. i lie Kind You Haw Always Rou|i|-, For social, medicraal or household uses I. W. Harper whiskey ia the best and safest. The most popular high grado whiskey on the market. Sold by M. L gins. :• 2=5. :s -a. „ Plight STORM IN NEBRASKA. Nelson, Neb., Sept 14—The fa? end of a tornado struck Nelson this evening, killing sctfne stock and doing considorablo prooerty damage, but injuring no one so far as known. The Rock Island round house was torn to pieces, and heavy timbers from the wreckage were blown against the home of Harry Foil mer, demolish - inp one side of the house. The homtos of J. E. Rodgers, James Campbell and Goorjra Lyoa were partly wrecked. The windows on the south side of the high gchool building were blown in, causing a panic among school children- Barnf, outhouses and windmills' were evelled all over town. It is 'feared the storm was worse north of lore. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS buys a 5-room cottag near First ward school Ground 100 feet square. Good ueighborhood. Water and sink in kitchen. Inquire at this office, dt For sale—Cottage in Graves- i-ille, three lots, two wells, every - '.hi'ng in good -condition. Pric< 3550. Will team and wagon or cow as part payment'. William vjisenhf-lter, at County Infirmary 10 room house, best location ic Chillicothe good cellar, coal and vvood shod, brick w;ilk.=, plenty o shacie. Lot 80 by 118,5 blocks from square, good garden t*\>o somo fruity Inquire; this at office For sale — Hard co-»l baseburner [nquiro at this office. 5sdt For phonu S«le — Office furniture. Call tif*o. st3d3t FOK KENT FOR RENT—GooU 7-ruom n»use; i5 otHce rooms, best on north side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. a30 dtf. For Root—7-room house in good repair. Seymour Wigely. s!4d5t For rent: House of 6 rooms bare, buggy shed, two lots; near rchool. Mrs. M. L. Johnson, North Cherry st. sMdtf Millinery in full blast will take orders. N. Y. Racket. dlw HE OWNS PROTECTION G. H. Koxie of Chicago will oend Sunday at Longview ranch, tlr. Hoxie is president of the Malory Commission company and he owner of one of the Guest arms in Illinois, near Chicago. He is also owner of the §9000 bull, rotection. HELP WANED—MALE r ^^^ J -~^s^s-^^-*j*^^^J*^i~*J*v~>~i-^~**^*s~*' f ^ lf ^ —i-^vj-^x Mon and boys IMuinhliif?; Urlcklftyimr. I'las- irrlnir Ti-mh-s pay $-"> r<> $sclny. Wi-U-ai:h vn<i ihonmfshiy in thm 1 months. Position sriuirantt'i'd. Fri-f ^catnlon. Ooyno's TreuU School, iSt. Louts, sf;n Wanted—Boy to work in dry goods store 14 to 16 years old. Address Loiter B., care this office, In own hand writing. 15sd3c A Perfect Bowel Laxative for onstipation, eallow complexion, •adache, dizziness,sour stomach, oated tongue, biliousness. Lax- ts act promptly, without pain or riping. Pleasant to take—Lax—only 5 cents. Sold by the NJ. Swetland Drug Co. *°' Pringle's brothers, H. J. and William, returned to their home in CJearmont, la., Saturday. Harvey, the little son of Mj, and, $Trs. Tom Jones, 'who has been to his home DO gaej; pal« Street with pn«umQBl*t» ! ' MEETING AT FARMErfSVILLE From thu Trenton Hfpiiblk-nn-TrllHino. Rev. Lowell, minister 8 of the Methodist (colored) c-hurch of this city, accompanied by Miss Cassen of Louisiaaa, Mo., who has been holding meetings in this city and about thirty members of the church here, including the choir, drove to Farmersville Monday night, and held divino worship in the Methodist church at that place. COOLER WEATHER PREDICTED. A rain which commenced falling about 11:30 Friday night is regarded as the beginning of the equinoctial season and cooler weather is now looked for. The rain laet night was accompanied by a hard wind but no damage was donu. The autumnal equinox is due about September 22, but generally •-> rrives a week earlier. At ihis time days and nights are supposed to bo equal, the sun being on the equator. -a. ..*• rr As a dressing for sores, bruises and burns, CHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE is all that can be desired. It is soothing and healing in its effect. Price, 25 cents. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. PEARS, PEARS, PEAR§! SOots to $1 a bpheK Ed NEGROES FOR BRYAN. Springfield, III., Sept 14— The United States Colored Sufferage Association and Brotherhood of the Constitution of America met in national convention here yesterday. Six hundred delegates were present. President J, Y. Rodgers implored his peopje^to support Bryan for the Presidency 'in 1908, The convention indorsed Ros.&Cd esMakers- jfnd New York Fall Suit Talk. We're of the opinion that it's about now that a word or two concerninir- your Kail anil Winter Suits will bu in order so now we remind you. Our new Suits are fresh from tin; Tailoring Shops of the very bfst makers, and ready for your choosing. Kvery style."kink and turn of fall fashions has been honored in the making of these choice jfarmunts. THc Tailoring is Perfect.; The Fabrics are Unusually Handsome. We're riiflit sure that we have a suit to your liking, and that you'll be surprised 'when yon learn how muuli suit excellence you can j;ut here for a modest prict. It will afford us the greatest of pleasure to showyuu the new styles, if you will drop in for a look. You needn't think of buy- inir—just come in and see what's new. Our time is all yours. We are new and want the business. PRICES ARE RIGHT. West* Side Square ANNOUNCEMENTS. ST. COLU.MBAN'S CHURCH— 7:oi) a. m. Early Mass. C-irnmuuiou of Children's Sodality. 9:00 a. in. Sunday school: 10:00 a. m. High mass and sermon. 2:00 p. m M outing of League Sacred Heart. j 3:30 p. in. Catechism, Vespers and reception into the League. ELM STKEUT M.K.CHURCH SOUTH Corner Elm and Clay streets. Pastor, Rev. T. W. Alton. Announcement for Sept. 10. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Wilbur Pringle, Superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Preaching by pastor. 2:30 p. m. Junior League. Mrs. Jasper Blackburn, ' Superintendent. 6:30 p. m. Epworth Laagne. 7:'30p. m Preaching by the pastor. FIRST BAPTFST CHURCH—Corner Clay and Vine streets. • John Frank Smith, pastor. Announcement ior^Sept 16. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, J. W. Botts, Supt. 11:00 a. m. , Preaching by Rev. Barvillo of William Jewel! Collego Liberty, Mo. 7:00 p. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting. L. E. Allen, president. 8:00 p. m. Preaching by pastor. Subject: "A Kings Prayer." Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Pews free and public cordially ;nvited. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL HURCH—Corner Webster and Cherry streets. George P. Sturges, pastor. Announcement for Sept. 16. 9:30 a.m. Sunday-School W. H. Perry, Supt. 10:50 a.m. Proaching by Rev. Sturges. 7:00 p. m. 'Epworth League, W ?. Starkey, President. '8:00 p.m. Preaching by pastor. Subject: "Ghosts." All cordially invited. CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Corner herry and Jackson streets. Regular services as follows: J. N. Crutchar,' pastor. Announcement for Sept. 1(3. 9:45 a, m. Sund-iy school,J. L. Newland, Superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Preaching by Mr.J . Crutcher. ,. .';-,. Subject: "Enlargement." Colobration of Lord's Supper. , 7:00 p.m. Christian Endeavor Miss Una Davis, Pres. 8:00 p.m. Preaching by Elder N. Crutcher. Subject: "The mistakes tf Sampson." Special sermon to young men. THE OSSARD CORSET Hartman's carry a line in stock. lull We fit them by an Expert.. Dr. Iflrlhur 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 iind Throat." GLASSES FITTED Office in Herman Bldg. " North fide SUj.. Phones M» und 212 ! a naUonal election «« to be lt The laxative effect of CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIVER TABLETS, is so agreeable and WHEN'YOU ARE GETTING PUSSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache and Eyestrain. A. B. MACDONALD EAST SIDE so natural you can hardly realize ! OPTICIAN AND JEWELEK. that it is produced by a medicine. These tablets also cure-indigestion and biliousness. Price, 25 tents. Samples free q,t tbp N, J. 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