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CB1LL1COTBE CONSTjlTJTION SEP. 19 1906 :: The Chillicothe ; | CONSTITUTION 3 «»»«»«»»«•«>•*•««»»< CONSOLIDATED WITH THE MAIL AND SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. STAR J. L. NEWLAND _ WM. L. WATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Treating Wrong Disease. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION iniarantees to advertisers a larger circulation in Livinp-ston County than hat of all other local papers published in Chilli- oothe combined. •.Che price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is SI. 00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting or failing to so pay, will be charged the SI. 50 rate. This rule will be strictly 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. Telenhone No. 105. By Mafl—Postage Prepaid: Daily, one vear 85.00 Dailv, six months 2.50 Weeklv, one vear, in advance 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1.50 Weeklv, six months 75 The Dailv will be delivered bv carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per «»°.ek. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptly reported at this . Democratic 8tate|Ticket. For Judge of SupretnelOourt, Lone Torm. A. M. WOODSON. For JndBc of Supreme Court, Short Term •w. "\v. GKAVES. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. Democratic County, Ticket. For Congress •W. W. RUOKER Representative JAMES O. RANEY disease, another from liver or kidney disease, another from nervous exhaustion or prostration, another with pain here and there, and in this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy-going and indifferent, or over-busy doctor seij* arate and distinct diseases, for which he assuming them to be such, prescribes his pills and potions. In reality, they are all only symptoms caused by some uterine disease. The physician, ignorant of the cause of suffering, encourages this practice until large bills are made. The suffering patient gets no better, but probably worse, by reason of the delay, wrong treatment and consequent complications. A proper medicine like Dr. Piercc's Favorite Prescription, directed to tlie cause would have entirely removed the disease thereby dispelling all those distressing symptoms, and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery. It has been well said, that "a disease known is half cured." Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription is a scientific medicine, carefully devised by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate system. It is made of native medicinal roots and is perfectly harmless in its effects in ami condition of ttie system. As a powerful invigorating tonic "Favorite Prescription " imparts strength to the whole system and to the organs distinctly feminine in particular. For overworked, "worn-out.'' "run-down," debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shop girls." house-keepers, nursingmothers, and feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon, being unequaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening nerv- ine "Favorite Prescription " is unenualod and Is invaluable in allaying and subduing nervous excitability, irritability, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea, St. Vitus's dance, and other distressing, nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of tho uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate the stomach, liver and bowels. One to three a dose. Easy to take as candy. Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. C. ORR Clerk of the County Court A. M. SH ELTON Treasurer U. S. ALLBRITAIK Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Olerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW McBRIDE Republicans who are going to vote for Pierce Oyerton for probate judge because they are opposed to giving Judge Umphalbaugh a fourth term. They know that Mr. Overton will attend to the office witli ability and honesty and they are glad to take this opportunity of rebuking fourth termism. ROGER SULLIVAN'S plea, that he with|hia connection with the Ogden Gasjcompany, is just as fit to associate with Mr. Bryan as Senator Bailey with his alleged friendliness for the Standard Oil company may be well taKen from his point of view but is hardly necessary. It is not believed that Mr. Bryan will forbid either of these gentlemen from voting the Democratic ticket this fall, and one vote more or less in Texas wouldn't make much difference anyhow. EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Saye Many Chillicothe Headers Future Trouble Wateh the kidney secretions. See that they have the amber hue of health; The discharges not excessiye or infrequent: Contain no "brick-dust like" sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for you. They watch the kidneys and cure them when they're sick. J. N. Ridgway, farmer, living at 1220 Eatton st, Chillicotho, Mo., says: "I have had spells of kidneyjtrou- blo off and on for several years. At times a cold or over-exertion would start the trouble and I would have a lame back for several weeks. At such times the secretions from the Kidneys were too frequent, but scant and painful. I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at the N. J. Shetland Drug Go's store and commenced using them. They went to the seat of the trouble at once, correcting the action of the kidneys and reliev- ingjthe pain in my back. From my experience with Doan's Kidney Pills I believe them to be a fine medicine, " For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mill burn Co., Buffalo. New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Collector JJ. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding Judfrc County Court S. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District I HA DONOVAN Public Administrator KOKKEHTM. OILL Judge Western District O. W. GAULICK For Coroner. R. H. CABELL. THE CONSTITUTION keeps up its record of giving the news to its readers many hours in advance of any other medium. A constantly growing subscription list gives evidence of the public's appreciation. IF Rube Oglesby carried Livingston county in 1904, the year of the big Republican landslide, in his race for railroad and warehouse commissioner, he may well be expected to have a majority of several hundred this fall when the Democrats are united and determined that there will be no stay- at-homes. Rube Oglesby commands the respect and sympathy of people in general. Republicans voted for him in 1904. More of them will do it in 1906, especially after they have investigated the record of his Republican opponent. Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by Chamberlain's Fain Balm. A little child of Michael Strauss, 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 says: "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 and 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. BROOKSHIER SCHOOL BEGAN Northwest Sampsel, Sept. 19— (Special Correspondence)—School began at the Lirookshire school house^Monday, JUoorge Blackwoll of Locksprings officiating. Wheat sowing is on in these parts. John Rupe, Jr., is on the sick list. "Auat" Lizzie Boucher has cm- ployed Peter Johnson as coachman for the remainder of the season. He went on duty Sunday evening. Monday was the hottest day of tho season in "Possum Trot." Carl Pcnniston of South View stock farm visited friendy in these parts Sunday. John Gibson of Daviess county visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gibson,Sunday. J. W. Eads and family of Locksprings visited tno sick 11 the home of T. A, Buchanan SUL- day. N. J. Johnson)will leave Monday for Dallas, Tex., where he contemplates doing stenography work. Frank Smith of Enst Jackson and J. T. Ware of this neighborhood delivered a pair of sucking mules to C. C.Evans near Mooresville Saturday. James, Charles and Frank Wilson accompanied by their families visited tho sick at tho home of J. W. Bills Sunday. Beware of Omtm>nis tor t atarrh that Contain Mercury. as inprriiry will surely ilcatruy Hit- sc-nsi- of mtU'llamt complftrly ilcrau^.. tin- whole system wliun iMitt'rllur it Ilii-Kli.'h the nui- eous surliiees. Hiu-h urlh-l".s should never I«> ftsi-il except on prescript Ions from reput- ttblo physicians, as I he ilaiimU" they will ill, i* ten fold to the izoml yon ran possibly derive from tin-ill. HAL1/S CATARRH CfUK innmifiu-tim-il by F. H. Cheney it I'D., Toledo, O.. contains no me.rcnry.anri Is taken iii- ti'rimlly.iiutlllir directly upon theblniMl and mucous surfaces of the .ly.-t'-iu. In linylnir Hull's Catarrh Cure be sure you net the iren- uine. it is taken internally ant! made in Toleilo, Uhio. ny F. J.Cheney ,v Co. Testimonials free. Soiil by I'rutrtfists. Price, 75c ptyrltottle. Take Hall's Kauiily I'llls for constipation. When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation. Be particularly careful about preparations containing opiates. Use KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR, which stops the cough and moves the bowels. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. AFTER twenty-five years of agitation for a new union station, Kansas City has got as far as having tho plans drawn and the weeds cut on the proposed site. The Kansas City union depot progresses about as fast as the Chillicothe-Trenton intor-urban line. THERE are any number of good Pure White Lead Paint "Graded" White Lead, as the cheap, adulterated article is sometimes called, is an expensive purchase at any price. Pure White Lead costs so little more per pound, and lasts so much longer on the building, that only the pure could be sold if the property owner was always fully informed on the subject of paint materials. To be sure of absolute purity insist on having Southern Pure White Lead (Made by tho Old Uatch Process) Mixed with Pure Linseed Oil, it is a perfect paint. If your dealer will not supply you, write us. NATIONAL IEAD COMPANY Pttk Ave. ond lOlb St., St, lovit. Me. ^ For til; by tot date dealers, , Chamberlain's CouBQ Remedy Acts on Nature'** Plan. The most successful medicines are_those that aid nature. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY acts on this plan. Take it when you have a cold and it will allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretion* and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents. Large size, 50 cents. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. MAYOR'S WIFE USED WHIP. Cameron, Mo.,Sept. 18—In spite of efforts to keep the matter quiet, it has become generally known here that Mrs. R. Rohrbough, wife of the mayor of Cameron, publicly horsewhipped another woman last Friday. The woman whipped was Mrs. Crane, wife of a Burlington passenger conductor, whose run is between Cameron atfa St. Joseph. The whipping is said to be the result of stories circulated about Mrs. Rohrbough by Mrs. Crane. When Mrs. Rohrbough heard the report she secured a long whip and went in search of Mrs. Crane. The search ended near the depot There seems to be a difference of opinion among editors as to whether the appearance of an important new book is an event do- serving of any mention in a crowded newspaper. Is the review of a good novel or a great history a matter of real public interest. The Chicago Record-Herald is one of the comparatively few newspapers that answer this question in the affirmative by printing reviews and news of the latest books every day in the week. It believes that its readers are intelligent men and women, who wish to keep up with the world's literary events, as well as with other important news. Its litemry department, under the editorship of Edwin L. Shuman, is generally acknowledged to be the most ably conducted in the West. Mr. Shuman's reviews are sought and quoted all over the country, and so are those of hie brilliant corps of assistants. Walter Littlefleld's news letter from New York every Saturday keeps The Record- Herald's read- where Mrs. Crane had gone to see her husband off on a trip. After a wordy altercation Mrs. Rohrbough began to wield her whip and Mrs. Crane tried to defend herself with a board, but was badly worsted. If you like Coffee but dare not drink it, try Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It's true that real coffee does disturb the Stomach, Heart and Kidneys. But Dr. Shoop's lealth 1 Coffee has not a grain of rue coffee in it. It is satisfying, wholesome and harmless even to tie youngest child. Being made rom parched grains and malt it orms a food-like drink,yet having is true flavor of Old Java and Mocha CoSee. Sold by P, T, A nd E. J. Barneyback. ersinformed on all the forthcoming books of importance, and a cable dispatch from London every Sunday gives the latest book news of the English capital. Thus by covering the literary events of the world as thoroughly as those of every other field The Record-Herald has become the leading authority in that line west of New York. It is not strange that people of literary tastes prefer it. XUTU'I-: TO (MINTKACToKS. Notiro is iKMvb.v trivi ii tluit si-alfti pro- pusuls will in. ri'ffiviul by the LMt'y Auditor of tin- City of (Miillli'olln-, Mo., up to 1^' oVIoi'U, noiX. on tlif Ilrst d«y of ili-tolii'r. I!»k;. for tin' funilHlilim of nil niiitiTlal mid tilt- do!UK c»f nil work and lilhor in-r.-.s^ury to c-fin.struct n nldi'wnlk. "xirix-t Hi Ifiiirtli mill I fi'i-t wlilii of tin- nmUTJMl divi-rilii'd liy and In aerordjuH?'' with oidlnam'' No. :'-i^;a .sidewalk iai fi'cl in li'iiKihiind I fi"-[ \viil-> of tin' matt-Hill (it'.si-rllH-tl by and In m-cordiiiK-c witli ordlimm-i- No. Sl»; a .sliii'Wtilk !» fi'cl In li-iiBtli and 1 fuot wldi- of tin- nuitcriiil described by and in iii'coriliini-v with ordl- nance No. Jln.-a sid"wnik HI fm-t In li-nittli and t feet wide of tin'mat..rial divsi-ribcd by and in aceordaiu'e i-ltll ordinance No. ill.'a sidewalk 111 feet In le.iixtti and I fe"t wide of the material described by and Inaccordance with ordinance No. -'(L':a sidewalk 131 feet In lenxtliiuui I feet wide of the material <!••sc Ihed by and in accordance with ordinance No. 21:1; a sidewalk :n feet in length ttllU ' feet wideof tile material de.scrib.-d by Iliili In accordance with ordinance No. jn; il sidewalk.-,.; feet In Itymth ami I fe.-l wide of the IHJII.er]«I described hy urn! ill accordance with ordinance Nu. I'l.l; a sidewalk 171 feet 111 luilKtll and I feet Wide Of t lie mail-rial described liy and In accordance with ordinance No. L'|I!:IL sldcwa Ik 1 !L' feet In h-iiRiii ami I feel wide of the material described by am! in accordance with ordinance No. l.'|s: a sidewalk !«l feel in lenctli and I feet wide or the material described liy a nil In accordance with ordinance No. 3I»: a sidewalk .~i" feet in lemrlh and I feet wide of Hie material described l>y mid In accordance with ordt- n/incu No. L'fil; n sidewalk HI feet In lenit nnd I feet wide of the material describ.-d by and In uecordiiiice with ordinance No. ffii; a sidewalk Hi feel In lem-'lhHnd I feel wideof tln : niillorlnl described by and Inaccordance with, ordinance No. 2.11: a sidewalk tai feet In leiiBth and I feet wide of the material described by and tn accordance witrh ordinance No. SI; a sidewalk Hi feet In lisnirth and 1 feet, wide of the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. :£.'»; a sidewalk (iU feet In len'sth and I feet wide of tlie material described byaiid Inaccordance with ordinance No. 230: a sidewalk Hi feet In leiiKtliund 1 feet wide of the material de- scrilied liy ,-incl In ncconliincv witli ordinance No.iST. The proposals must be according to form required ami furnished by the City Knul- neer. A certlllecl cheek in the sum of IW.iX) must accompany each bid to insure tlie making of a contract. Tlie rlRht to reject nuy nnd all bids is reserved by tlie C'ity Council. ULTEL WIGEf.Y. lOScptdtd City Auditor. The Backbone of a Mighty Nation is good food—food for brain, food for brawn, food chat It strengthening, that gives energy and courage. Without a proper appreciation of this great fundamental truth no nation can rise to greatness. As an article of food, soda crackers are being used more and more every day, as is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 packages of Uneeda Biscuit, which have come to be recognized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known. And so Uneeda Biscuit will soon be on every table at every meal, giving life, health and strength to the American people, thus in very truth becoming the backbone of the nation. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY STEERS MOSTLY STEADY. Kansas City, Sept. IS.—Steers generally steady; top, §5 SO; cows and heifers steady; stockors active; calves steady. Hogs opened 5c lower, closed strong; top, SG 42J.<; bulk So. 15 to SO. 35. Sheep slow and woak. Cattle-Receipts 15,000, including 1,000 Southern-; southern steers, 82 7».',i 1.00 southern cows §2.00(W3.75; Native cowa •md heifers, - §1.75;a5.00; stock ers and feeders S2.(JO(/fi4.50; bulls, S2.00(»3.10; calves ?3 00 (<M> 25; western fed steers 83.-10:a! 5.25; western fed cows S2.00.a3 75.! Hog*— Receipts 8,000; heavy! SC.05.a6.2i); packers S0.10i<i6.35; pigs and lights, g(j 20iaG 42}... Sheop—Receipts 7,000; Muttons Si.75(u;5.50; lambs SO 00(«i7.70 range wethers, S4 75(aa 75; fed ewes, 84 50,«5.50. B.AN3a.80tTY OHAIN Kansas City, Sept. 18—Wheat- Sept. 05 3 u'c; Dec G'jJa'c; May 70J :l c; Cash No 2 hard Ii6(uli7c; No. 3, G5!-»'(«;6'.>; No. 2red 67,'.,c; No. 3, (55.1.^,1660. ! Corn—Sep 32'.,c;Dec 37 78 c;May ! 38,?, ; c;Cash No.2 mixed 4.i} 4 (a.43jJ; No.2 white, 4-t?.fc. Oats—No. 2 white 32^32c; No. 2 mixed, 29M(a30u. KHn»aa Oily produce. Kansas City, Sopt. IS—Butter— Creamery, 23c; packing l(5c. Eggs—20 j. APainless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs, which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. TAKE IT GOMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF vhenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains. It not only compels the pains to stop, but It follows up and drives out the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back. It makes you well. Try It Sold everywhere In $ 1.00 bottles. WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly, In strictest confidence, telling us all your symptoms and troubles. We will send free advice (In plain sealed envelope), how to cure them. Address: Ladies'Advisory Dept., Thi Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "WITHOUT A PAW," writes Alary Shelton, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., " I GJI do my housework, although, before taking CARDUI, two doctors had done me no good. I can truthfully say J was cured by Cardul I want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine." No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be roefod. There is always thut possibiliry of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go un- provided. The thinking man, whose stomach sometimes goes [ back on him, provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of KODOL for DYSPEPSIA within reach. Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach to the condition to properly perform its functions. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. Ollli-o Hours: 1 to li A. M. 1 to 5 P. M. Visiting hours hy appointment, unilci-: liunkof 'ThllMiTutlii? lildu. Toli.|.hoiio :170. Dr. Ghas. A. Wolfe, Osteopathic Physician Fifth Year in Chillicothe SPECIALIST IN OH BOS IO DIS E AHiPS CONSULTATION ANI> KXAMINA- TIO.N F R E E . **«»»««*»*««»***«»«**««««*«*«**»*«****«**»**«»««««** --'-A-THY. OS-TE-OP'-A-THY. rutrUvs.s romt'tly for tho relief of tin* stitTVrtnK. ta raplttl .luff p'xipl* 1 . Kor furthur tiifurnmtioii see Or, T. G. Pheips Dr, Lavina Beaucamp The limitless rumeily for the relief of the siitlt-rlnK. la rapidly wiunluu favor wltli thinkliiE people. For furthor Information sue fJunhy A Wesl. ConsulUllioli Iiml Kxnmtimtion KRKE. s: OfllcRlll; K.'si<li!iu'<>: I'licJpa 2i«: ttuim •W-M-M-H-H-H-H-H t •S-fr-H-H-H-H- NEW FEED STORE I have opened a new feed store on south Locust street opposite Platter's stables. I will handle wholsale and retail feed and coal. I invite all old and new customers to call. Prices right. L. E. Fullerton. Pnone 691. d2w Backache 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. The medicinal virtues of tht crude gums and resins obtained from the Native Pin* have been-recognized by the medical profession for centuries. In Pine-ulea we,offei all of the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction or Bfspey BcfuodoA Prepared by PlNl-y^P MEDICINE CO., CHICAQfi |t i SHETLAND DRUG CO. It is a well known medical fact that pine resin is most effective in the treatment of diseases of the bladder and Kidneys. Sufferers from backache and other troubles due to faulty action of the kidneys find relief in the use of Pine-ules. §1 00 buys 30 days treatment. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received up to Monday Sept. 24th at'2 p. m. for certain repairs to be dono on the Elm Street Methodist church. Specifications can be seen by calling on Mr. C. Prank Adams, President Board of Trustees. The committee reserves the reject any and all bids. right to d5t A sour stomach, a bad breath, a pasty complexion and other consequences of a disordered digestion are quickly removedlby tho use of Ring's Dyspeosia Tablets. Two days treatment free. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. O SI I A. . ^ Tl» Kiitd Yen Marc Always (j^ ManZan relieves instantly the pain caused by those blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles. It is put up in collapsible tubes in sucti a way that it can be applied where the trouble originates, thus stopping tho trouble immediately. Try one bottle and if you are not relieved, your money will be refunded. Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured 3 O av s . Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Intl.. says "My wife had Innamuwtory KheumntUui In ovurv muscle and joint: her suffering \va terrible and her body and face were swollei almost beyond recognition; had been In bed for six weeks and had elfflit physicians, bn received noheneUt until she tried the Mystli Ourr for Hboumatlsm. It Rave Immediate relief and she was able to walkaliout in tlirc (Jays. I am suiv it saved her life." Sold b> N. J. Swetland Druit Company. CHOCOLATE MINT GRAPE KOLA ORANCE-ADE COCA-COLA AT ARRINGTON'S OUNTAIN {-M..I..I..H..I..I. i t-i -[. r M- i-t i-i* I aui?dry The products of this Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Electric Cars. We cater to the trade that knows. JOJlff ^ proprietor. •M-M 'I -1-I-I-H 'I"H"i-i-I -K-* I I M 'I-H' CASTOR IA Por Infants and Children. The Kiild You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Pineaalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseotec, uneaqueled for cracked hands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. I toll on Uumnn cured in 30 mliiutos by WOOLFOkD'S BAXITAKT LOTIOX. TblS UflVBr falls. BOW bythe srJJ.[8wetlanfl DruaCo Annie F. Hurxthal Stenographer Notary Public Fire Insurance LSuildinjf, Chillicothe. ' Phones, ollice 318: residence (iii5. . -H-H-H-I- ."M-H-I-I-M-M-M-: •K-H-t- t ••K-i-i-i-i-i-r-i-H-: -j-:- I. N. Page LAWYER * 507 Washington Street, i NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line. I am DOW located at M. W. Litton's Livery Cai-n. All Calls will be promptly attended to. I ;OKFICB - - TELEPHONES/- ) KKSI HENCE - HEXltlETTA HOTKL No. 40. HOLLISTER'S fiocky Mountain Tea Nuggets i Busy Medioino for Basy feopie. Brings QoiJeo Health au<i Reaowed Vigor. A specific fnrCen.st;p:itien, In-IiKe^tion. Live t Kitln-y TrmiMes. i'iisipies, Eezeni;i, Tinpure Bl.M^i, nail iVeath, SUifririsli IJowels. Hetiiluclm Mil Hnefciehe. Jl.'s Kocky MiHintjiin Te:i in tub- let form. 3."- cer.cfl a ho.r. Gptiuine niudo by '{oLrjtfTKR !>Ri-(i COMPANY, Sfmlison. Wis. ,i;.-0£N NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOi'LE T H-J-j JOHN H. TAYLOR. | ATTORNRY-AT-TjAW. •;• Oinci': Smi floor Masonic TcmplP. S. 4- Wnsliingiun St. Culli-L-tlun^ Hindu * ami prompt)/ rojnllti'tl, Xotnry ttl- Y ways In onioo. * i CHICHESTER-5 ENGLISH ENNYROYAL PILLS THE DIAMOND BRAND. A ladlCK! Ask jrour Druggist for /A Chl^hcs-t*^ PUb ta ReJ/A\ and Uold metallic boxes. sealedXV/ with Blue Ribbon. Tabenoother. \/ Buy cf your Dmx&st and ask for v C1II.CIIES.TER-S ENGLISH, tlM DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for lis years' regarded as Best. Safest, Always Reliable. Sold by Druggists everywhere. ie«ter Chemical Co., PUIadtaphls, fm. LADIES! Ala THE 6REAT TURKISH REMEDY For Painful, Irregular and Suppressed Menstruation. Warranted to relieve the most ot> Rt.inate and complicated oases. Perfectly flafo. Secommendedbyladiegwhohaveusedl!. Prlao ?i.OOperboxbymaU. Sentinpialabox. AM'til TURKISH RMiOr 8Q.. MUM/UQO, ffitBH.

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