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CHILLICOTBS COttSTiTUTION SEP. 20 1906, The Itch Fiend That la Salt Rheam or Eczema,— one o! the outward manifestations of scrofula. It comes In itching, burning, oozing, drying, and scaling patches, on the lace, head, hands, legs or body. It cannot be cared by outward applications,— the blood must be rid of the impurity to which it is due. - Hood'sSarsaparilla Has cured the most persistent and difficult cases. Accept no substitute for Hood's; DO substitute acts like it. y TELEGRAPHY Maupin's College opened a new department of telegraphy today. The equipment is new 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 / TBeWATTONSfUWO STILL ATITHE OLD STAND E. M. CBELLIN * . . HAS BEEN FITTIN8 SPECTACLES IN CH1LHCOTHE FOR WHEN YOU tBE GETTING GLASSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache and Eyestrain. A. B. MACDONALD EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. * V 1 Ai /*. I\ O Dr. llrthur J. Simpson, SURGEON ANB 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 Bldg. North Side Sq.. Pliones 88 and 212 To Remove Freckles & Pimples PERSONAL AND LOCAL v Miss Eya Linville went to Gal latin Sunday. Fred Thompson spent Sunda with friends in Brookfield. Mrs. E. P. Williams of Mead ville visited relatives here Sun day. Harry Keath left Monday noo for Ottumwa, Iowa, where he wi spend several days. C. M. Baskett of Mexico spen Sunday in the city, the guest E. Kirtley and family. The Euterpe club will give a so cial at the home of Miss Nin Scruby Thursday night . Edgar Reynolds of Kansas Citj is visiting his parents, Mr. an Mrs. George Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Light an daughter, Miss Lynne, were u from Meadville Sunday. I wish to-thank my friends whi so kindly assisted me in the contest. Miss VEENIE GROUSE. Dore Kimmis of Montgomery county was a business visitor in Chillicothe Monday and visitini friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver o: St. Louis are the guests of Mrs Weaver's parents,' Mr. and Mrs Ed West. Cam Fullerton, who has been the guest of Miss Lizzie Patterson returned to Kansas City Monday afternoon. J. E. Watkins returned Saturday night from a week's visit iu Kansas City and St. Joseph on legal business. Attorneys J. M. Davis and A. B Davis left Monday morning for Plattsbnrg where they are attond- nig circuit court. If you want a nice hat cheaper, call at N. Y. Racket. dlw Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dienst returned Sunday from Colorado Springs where they have been spending the summer. J. W. Potter, the south side druggist,left Monday morning for Gallatin where he will attend to business for several days. Mrs. C. R. J. Molnturff returned Satuiday night from a trip to Spokane, Washington, where she was the guest of her son, Earl. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minteor announce the birth of a nine-pound baby girl, Monday noon. The little lady has been named Lois. Judge J. F. Howard was a sut- stantial caller at this office Monday. The judge had almost entirely recovered from his recent severe illness. William Adcox and family returned Monday morning from Springfield, Mo.,where Mr. Adcox organized two lodges of the Married Men's League. For social, medicinal or household uses I. W. Harper whiskey is the best and safest. The most popular high grade whiskey on the market. Sold by M. L. Higgins. Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circulation. Stops all trouble that interferes with nutrition, That's what Hbllister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents Swetland Drug company. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bernardin of Evansville, Ind., announce the arrival of a daughter at their home, Sunday, Sept. 16. They have named the young lady Miss Kathleen, Mrs. Bernardin was formerly Miss Jiary McNally of this city. . When two strong men come to blows.even if they are well matched, it is hot a pleasant sight, but if the man who gets the worst of it will use DEWITT'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE, he will look better and feel better in short order. Be sure you get DEWITT'S. Good for everything a salve is used for, including piles. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. Think of Dr. Sboop's Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges—if your breath is foul or feverish. It contains Oil and Eucalyptus, Thymol, Menthol, etc., incorporated into an imported, crearnlike petrolatum. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call at our store for free trial box. The N. J, Swetland Drug Co. FORMER GHILLIGOTHE BASEBALL STARS ARE "WILLIN"' Bunton, McCreight and Arthur Among Favorites Who Would Play Here in 1907 Prospects for the organization o) a strong ball team for Chillicothe for 1907 are already being discussed among the fans. It has developed that with a little timely work local lovers of the gam-) can get up^a team which will boat any a jmi-professional club in the cjuntry. John Bunton, who pitched for the 1905 Athletics, and who has been playing with Houston, Texas, during the season that has just closed, is visiting friends in Chillicothe. He declares his will- iugness to return to Chillicothe for next season. Harry McCreight, tho premier second baseman for the 1905 Athletics, who has played the present season at Palestine, Tex., is also anxious to return to Chillicothe. Palestine fans are making arrangements to kee_p McCreight there if possible. They have secured him a position as night watchman in a railroad roundhouse at a salary of §3 a night. Another former Chillicothe >layer who was a terror to oppos- sing batamen and who is willing 0 again, don an Athletic uniform s "Jiggs" Arthur. Arthur wis manager 01 a baseball team at his home town, Aledo, 111., during tho last season, but never pitched a ;ame. He made it a practice to warm up before each game but never went iu the box. He is quoted as saying that Chillicothe s the only place that ho ov ares to pitch for again. It is said that other strong play- rs can be secured and these, with tie pick of the 1906 club, would With BuntoQ and Arthur doing le pitching for Chillicothe, the iloberly Signals probably would Iways be otherwise engaged. Buntott carries with him a scar 1 hie neck caused by a wound aceived in a street car collision. [e was thrown through a window nd was severely cut. Any person having backache, kidney pains or bladder trouble who will take two or three Pine-ules upon retiring at night shall be relieved before morning. i The medicinal virtues of tho crude gums and resins obtained from the Native Finn have been recognized by the medical profession for centuries. In Pine-ules we offer all of the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles Guaranteed (o Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Prepared by PINE-ULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO N. J. SWETLAND DRUG CO. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FuK buys a 5-rooiu cottage near First war<l school. Ground 100 feet tquarc. Good neighborhood. Water ynd sink iu kitchen. Inquire at (his office, dtf For sale—Cottagu iu Gravesville, three lots, t\vo welln, everything S5EO. or cow aa part payment. William Misenhelter, at County Infirmary. in good condition. Price Will take team and wagon 10 room house, bt si location in Ihillieothe good celbir, coal and wood ahed, brick wji plenty of shade. Lot SO by US, 5 blocks from square, good garden spot some fruit. Inquire this at oflice. For sale—Hard coil b.uieburner. Inquire at this office. Ssdtf For Sale—Office furni'ure. Call jhono 005. slolSt FOR US NT FOR RENT—G<»M| 7 ro.:-n house: j office rooms, best ou north i-:idt of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. a30dtf. For Rent—7-room house in good •epair. Seymour Wigely. sMd5t Mason Patterson, who h&a been onfiued to his homo north of tho ity for the past month with ty- hoid fever, was reported better Monday. entee and money refunded In every caw vbere It falls to remoTC freckles, pimples, llrer- tpou, snn-tan, «aUow- ness, collnr dlsoolom- tions. blackheads and all eruptions of tne »Un, no ilBix matter of now long «JB«" standing, Cnres ordinary ~£ff" cases In 10 days, and the •%.-'" worst In O> days. After then detects are remored the skin will b« clear, con, nealtny and beantlfnl. No pos»l o lj barm can result from Its use. SO cents and HJH •ft Itra^ng draff stores or by malL NAT10NAI TOWZT COMPANY. ParU, Ten* Sold by Clark's Pharmacy, N. J, ~ - "-- -QO., and osiers, CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. You Have Always Bought GUARANTEED tot. , nHrnrtutptiHtcurlUltitiluoIlsmft. Given n diilck. brilliant liiHtrf. nml DOES NOT UUIIN OFF. FREE.S AMPLE Address llept. 5. Lamont,Corliss & Co..AKta..Tallmlson.St..X.Y.j ' Bears the Signature of WHITE CLING PEACHES. Too good for common people. Only for good natured women, pretty children and a few preachers. SI a bu. Eden Greene phone 578. Before 9 a. r^. arul after 9 p. m. • ' " ast G THE I OSSARD CORSET Hartman's carry a full line in stock. We flc them by an Expert. For rent: House of ti rooms; barn, buggy shed, two lots; noa: •chool. Mrs. M. North Cherry st. L Johnson, sl-ldtf HELP V/ANEB—MALE Men ami hov.s I'liiinhiiitr. lirirkln vin^r. I'ht.*- W.';! | !K.;r. i :'.vJv, s ;.,'W',?. : !^ > .f. 1 ;. 1 , 1 . ! fK=,. x Yv,.-!.'; ! i«!i ^u.inuil»'i'(t. Frt 1 * 1 <':tl:ihi^. (Vynr'fi Tr:ui< School. .St. I.i-lll.s. Mo. Wanted—Boy to work in dr^ store 14 to l(i years old. Address L'.'ttor B., cure tlii^ oiline, in own hand writing. I.OsdiJi J. J. Lillis of St. Jo.-oph spent Sunday with his wife, who is tne ijuest of her paronty, Mr. and Mrs. R. it. Kitt. Wabash Time Card. NEWS OF WHEELING | Wheeling, Sept. 17—(Special i Correspondence.) — Miss Laura' Bird entertained the F. A, D. club Saturday afternoon from three to six. The afternoon was spent in ! various amusements. Refresh- j ments were served at five o'clock. The next meeting will be Saturday Sept. 22 with Misses Francos' and Harriet Hawker. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Peugh were shopping in Chillicothe Saturday. Asa Shafer and wifo and William Darnell and family left Mou- day for Oklahoma to make their future homo. T. Thoruburg was down from Eyersonville Wednesday. Mrs. W. A. Swope was shopping in Chillicothe Saturday. Eli James and wifo are tha parents of a son born Tuesday Sept. 11. Mr. Morris of Quincy is here buying apples. L. A. Martin was down from Chillicothe Thursday, H. P. Scruby wa.s down from Chillicjthe S inday. Miss Clarice Gould has gone t Chillicothe to attend the Norma und take music of Mrs. Sherman. The public school opened Mon day with one hundred and two pu pils enrolled. Miss Maude Withers spent Sun day with relatives in Chillicothe. Mrs. Jennie Seibert of r'enusyl vania is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Coucher. Ed Orr was down from Chilli cotho Thursday. Jim Baird and family wer down from Eversonville Thursday Miss Ella Warren left last Mon day for an extended visit wit friends in Kansas. Mr. VV. A. Swope returned from Parkville Sunday, where ho plac- el his son, Buel, iu college. E. H. Thorp visitod friouds a Ploasant iiill last week. iJen Fort aud family have niov od to Keytosville. ()u Sum lay. ju the peaceful uii't ami still atniDsphcre of tli> irly morning, a human life, whit! ad been slowly ebbing was trans iniK-il into its immortal status a ..•veil thirty o'clock. Thc.vellow radiance of the stir iiioiii' Oil our doiir i). A. (.'n-Msiui. us ilC run siowly. ,-inil iic.-iiitiriii ;iinl ujslni- In-loved inn.' the .sainis n the sleep wa. —so fr^e 1'ron EAST t TIIAIXH No. 14— Atlantic Kxpivss, St. Ijnuts and beyond ......... I- :'_'*> :i m No. Mn II iind 1 -^ Kxp.-i-ss. St. Jiouis mill 1 iitiMMiifdinlf Points ...................... -irfrt PHI No 7;>— fjoear Kr4'!tflit, daily »;x- ci'pt .Sunday ............... !:>::«» p in \VKST HOUND TRAINS. No 1— Pacilk- Kxpri'ss. C«<nnell HlutTs, Omaha and for points Ixt.vdiid ............. No. :«— Wostt-rn Jtallaud Hxpn-ss No- 7ls-Jioral fivljrlu, daily «-x— - ccpt SnntJny ............... :>:0i» n in :::ir»rMi Ii:l»i in Tin All passcnprtM- trains run daily. Wnbiish via Oinniia. innlo> tin 1 (iniclfvsi tint- to San Krnnciscn, I'orMand. Salt Lake City and iuturnu'diatf points. Nuin- •tor«niHki i (rood tMiuncct ions at llrnnswick r ur KansiiK City and points west. W E CBEAMEP Ae-ont C. M.ast. P. Time Sari Mo. ffl \VEriT HOUND -Stock train, carrii-s pn.s- Xo. 7:10 v n. r>:'X a in 7:00 a ni 0:10 a in :!:!! p n tllU ILIKl IjlWSOIl 5—SuiuiiwuKt Ijlmltcd. Olit- ra«o-l\:ias;is City No. 31—Lo^il passunpi'i- Imtwi'fii Ohtllicotlie and Kntisus City Vo. 05—\Viiy Fri-iKht No. :J—Ijociil 01ilcaKO--ICftnsfts City Pusscnsror. ... EAST BOUND Vo. ill—Stock train li.nwon C'lill- IluoLhP and Ki>yn:our .. . Vo. 9t!—Way Freight departs ... 8—Kansas Cl^-v-•i.'hicaKO PnssimEcr Vo. £2—Local passi-niriT betwoim C'hillicoch^ and Kansas Olty ... .Aitv.lVK,... Xo. 12—.Southwest LimitMcl,Kan- sas Olty to Chicago, St. Paul, Miiini'npolls KMOpni All p.issonjrer trains tmter Union Wta- lon, Kansas Oiry. Nos. ii um\ 1- stop at Soymour. Olillllcotlu', Excelsior SpriiiKs, jlberty. tH .vl 11 carry passunffcrs as far as Scy- nour. and (Hi will rjir:./ pasbL'iiKi.-i-su;. far a> \)lo. S. NICHOLAS, Ayrer.t. :):03 p in l:'J!t p in S:iripm Burlington Tims Card. I",—For Kansas Cit.y. sr. Joe, Council Illlllln, Omaha, JS't-b. Colorado, 1'acide t'oast, front St. Louis and. ' • Hanniiial i:U'a in 55—Kor Kansas City, St..In- . soph, Kansas nntl Wi^sl, from t'hica^ojind tiuincy 4:17ia in N'o. *1—fjocal l'ass< l npi.'rfor K:»ti- sas C!ily from UrooKH.'ld >i:50ain No. «— Local PiissciiKiT to Missouri Iti\cr and Wust, from tin; Kiist li::« pin No. 41—Tim nurlintrton-Nortli- urn Paclllv Kxpross, for Kansas City, St. Joe. Northwest, Nt«b., Hlack Hills, Wyo.,.Mi.in.,'vVush.. Pujii't Sound, Ptirtland, St. Louis.. J;"l P in No. 5—Nebraska-Colorado Kx- pruss, to St. Joseph and • \Vest from the Knst »:J«p in No •!)!—Way Krolirht. west bound S:i"ianl No. in— To Hannibal, St. Louis ,t Kast, from West ANortty- No. 4—Local PiissKiitrer to Iliin- nllial, St. Louis, Illinois, Chicago, Peoria, St. Jj.,K. *N-W. points 10:51 n in No. 14—To Hannibal, St. Louis and the East, from tho West 11:50 am yp. '6— Local for Rrooklleld from Kauris city 8:S!pm company SJo, Rt-Tb'Qulncr. Chicago Pe^"' oi'lr.^nd Kast,St. L. K. & N-\rpu!nts »:2linin .Vo. •ii?-'WaV Pfplglit, oast bound a: 1-n'iiiir .leeply (.•(incerneil iu tin I'vidence that we shall live here •ifler ami we sluill live and ki* 1 liii>:e we loved here, he passei gently and (piietly from sense ti >nill, where lil'e is everlastili": rim •ternal. ]Iis str.um' heart w.is mate am motionless, but his former self la\ iliere unaltered by this cliuujre. i-'Vveu daughters, six sons-iu-la\v and eleven oTjiudehildren wen. 'ireseut to imbibe the joy of this 'DUO; life of peaeel'nl liaj)[)iness. Fatherly pride aud parental am bit ion were pre-eminent on this- ! irave and bold man, who early ii life bore many hardships on tin plains and in the wilderness, si that in after years we who survive him mi.o-lit live in comfort honor and happiness. Ills ituf.-ilterhio; love, coherent with the irrciit amount of good in him live on forever—for the real life never dies, though, to human sense', mortal thought and action i'ade, falter aud vanish. Tim loss of one so pure and good cannot be effaced by length of days or years, but is tempered i.'iily by the memory of his love and goodness, winch live on. In liis silent prayer he now communes with the Father who guides him into life eternal ami happiness everla.sting. This is consolation. Dan G. Saiinders. Jr. MEETING CLOSED The throe day's session of the Livingston couuty Baptist association which has been in session at the Zion Baptist church near Springhill for the past thtee days closed ^Sunday with a large attendance. Tied down to ibis desk in the office, ' f While others are free and at play, Papa fancies he is having a vacation, While drinking Rocky Mountain Tea. Swetland drug B, B, JOBD&Wi Itch on human curoil In 80 minutes by Wootpotin-s SASITAUY LOTION, tula r.&ve.- Mils, MOW L.ybbB N.',T.-SwellttlMl of stylish quality .. u <|iirsli«n of s|«.'n(linir it In! of moiii'Y— it's it question "f ^oi^U 1 to tiiu I'i^'ht *Lon;. Most ;tuv store iuis fairly t.''ooc! suits ;is f;tr as' thi-riid ;:rv.U'iotli :uvfO]n.".Tiii."l- iT!.'Ltin_i' ti isi.im-l i vr si.;, ii; and ;i ivnl lir. is iinoth- t-'r inattvr. Mill thiit's wliiit yon ^ret hurt: ;it it pniM you run easily :irtor<l '.In |;ic.-.t, you can't jilTord not to war tin- kuid o! I'loilm-, \vesull. Tin.; rii-.-re ri.^r in your oivn estimation (iunl otlii'f's) tliiit our SL IK LOSS Cldtln's^'ivu yon — that prosperous, wull-^rooine,: look — is tliu Invest kind of ;i eiish as»et to any itnin. The picturo shows one SCHLOSS stylo. Many others costing froni - SEE THEM. <»nr n-'w stork of Wlnti-r (IV,.M-- conLs just In HOGS HIGHER. CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas City, Sept. 17—Tho live stock market for today,as reported by Clay, Robinson & Co., w.is as follows: Cattle—Receipts 23,000; market steady; top $0.25. Hogs—Keceipcs l. r >00; markot stuudy to 5a higher; bulk W.2 : ) to 5li.-(0;top S(5 05. Sheep—Receipts 10,000; market lOc lawor. Lambs IOL; to 25 lower. WASH_0_FT_ Chicago, Sept. 17—CatUo—Ro- ueipts -2,000; market stoady top , in ou. Hogs—Receipts 30,000; market steady top SO DO. Mr. aud Mr.-. W. 8. Fuiuoy oi St. Louis wero hero SunJuy tne I quests of Mrs. Fionuy's mother, \Irs. Thomas McNilly. Mr. Fin . ioj' left Monday morning for .•Cansas City where he will attend o business tor several days. Mrs Pinney will remain here for a •veek. • No w>rK.S!iine§ itself, For sale by Joseph Batta and Mintei r & Williams. Frank MuiiQ'will leave the lattt-r part of the week for Oklahoma City from which place he will start on the road. His territory covers Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and Indian Territory. His headquarters will be in Oklahoma City. Good blood, jjai'd health'; bad blood, bad health; thereyou have it. Why not help nature just a little and change the bad to the Bad biood to good blood ; poor blood to rich Mood! Ask your doctor how this applies to Ayer's Sarsapariiin, and how ^applies to you! Could anything be more fair? ~~ ._....--._ "We hav9 no accrete ! Wo publish the fonnul.--^ of '11 cup ;r:.~.<iiei-'OH! l ----- J.C. .. Lo-vo 1 !, Mr.ar.. DISPERSIOSM SALE OF THE I HEREFORDS AT LAREDO, MO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. 60 HEAD OF REGISTERED HEREFORDS 90 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HEREFORDS e cattle are in lino condition anil aro well bred. They contain the Corrector, lni|irovor. Beau Bruramel, Gentry Britton, U ilton These lood of nxietv and other noted sires. fwill also sell !) head of well bved horses that are broke and m market ondition. ALE WILL BEGIN AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. Under Cover. No Postponement. UCT.ONEEKS Qeo. P. Bellows Harry W. Otaham W. A. MERRYMAN, For oatalojfue addrssSj BARRY W, B, MISSOURI.

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