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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. 22 1906 ;: T5e Chiiiicothe :: 1 CONSTITUTION 1 CONSOLIDATED WITH THE MAIL AND SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. STAR i. L. NEWLAND WM. L. W ATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription; The CONSTITUTION guarantees to advertisers a larger circulation in Livingston County than hat of all other-local papers published in Chillicothe combined. 'Che price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is $1.00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting or failing to so pay, will be charged the $1.50 rate. This rule will be strictl-v adhered to. Entered at the postofSce at Chillicothe, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as second-class matter.. Office in CONSTITUTION Building, 516.South Washington Avenue. Telephone No. 105. By Mail—Postage Prepaid: Daily, one vear $5.00 Dailv, six months 2.50 WeeklVi one vear. in advance 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1.50 Weekly, six months 15 The Dailv will be delivered bv carriers to subscribers in Chiiiicothe at 10 cents per ™"*ek. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptly reported at this . NO MAN IS STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. Let the greatest athlete have dyspepsia and his muscles would soon fail. Physical strength is derived from food. If a man has insufficient food he loses strength. If he has no food ho dies. Food is con verted into nutrition through the stomach and bowels. It depends on the strength of the stomach to what extent food eaten is digested and assimilated. People can die of starvation who have abundant food to eat, when the stomach and its associate organs of dige'stion and nutrition do not perform their duty Thus the stomach is really the vital organ of the body. If the stomach is "weak the body will be weak also, because it i upon the stomach the body relies for its strength. And as the body, considered as a whole, is made up of its several members and organs, so the weakness of the body as a consequence of "weak" stomach will he distributed among the organs which compose the body. If tiit' body is weak because it is ill-nourished that physical weakness will be found r all the organs—heart, liver, kidneys, etc. The liver will be torpid and inactive, giving rise to biliousness, loss of appetite. weak nerves, feeble or irregular action of heart, palpitation, dizziness, headaclio. backache and kindred disturbances and weaknesses. "Mr. Louis Pare, of Quebec, writes: "Foi years alter my health began to fail, my heart Brew dizzy, eyes pained me. and my stomach was sore all the time, while everything I would eat would seem to He heavy like lead on my stomach. The doctors claimed that it wag sympathetic trouble due to dyspepsia. and prescribed for me. and although I took their powders regularly yet I felt no better. My wife advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery—and stop taking the doctor's medicine. She bought me a bottle ana we soon found that I begun to Improve, so 1 kept up the treatment. I took on flesh, my stomach became normal, the digestive organs worked perfectly and 1 soon began to look like a different person. I can never cease to be grateful for what your medicine has dune for me and 1 certainly prive it highest praise. Don't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substitutes foi Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." To gain knowledge of your own body- in sickness and health—send for the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser. A book of 1003 pages. Send 21 one-cent stamps for paper-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. R. v. Pierce, 663 Main Street. Uuffalo, N. Y. cbe wide-open Sunday, and the chairman of the Republican State Committe has boasted in public that the enforcement of the . Sunday liquor laws by Gov. Folk has driven many Democrats into the Republican party. "Why should Democrats go to Republicans unless they expect something or a promise has been made in a whisper that theRepub- licans will list the 'lid' if succes- ful?" WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "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 ight," says Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich, This remedy can be depended upon in the most severe cases. Even cholera infantum s cured by it. Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Democratic State Ticket. For Judge of Supreme Court, Long Term. A. si. WOODSON. For Judge of Supreme Court, Short Term. W. W. GRAVES. Bailrood and Warehouse Commissioner KTJBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN QASS. DemocraticjCounty Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUCKER' Representative JAMES C. RANEY Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. C. ORR Clerk of the County Court A. 31. SHELTON Treasurer U. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Clerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW ,'McBRIDE Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding Judge County Court S. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREST M. GILL Judge Western District O. W. GARLICK For Coroner, R. H. CABELL. MR. BRYAN in the Commoner advises Democrats to allow no corporation representatives to hold places of trust in the party. It is hoped that nil members of the Miesouri Health society will read this advice. JAMES K. JONES of Arkansas, one of William J. Bryan's warmest friends and manager of both of his presidential campaigns, has •written Mr. Bryan adyising him strongly to drop the subject of government ownership of railroads and take a firm stand in favor of the enforcement of the law that is now on the statute books. Mr. Jones's advice is sound. If the present law is ligidly enforced and proves a failure, then it .will be time for talk of a more radical step. ITcSSWG SKIN DISEASES are quickly and permanently cured by ZEMO. The first application will stop the itching and demonstrate to you the wonderful curative and healing properties of ZEMO. Ask your druggist, he will tell you ZEMO easily surpasses anything in the world today for the cure of every form of skin and scalp disease. ZEMO is an honest medicine, and always cures. Get a bottle today of your druggist, or write to us. ^ •> H. D. McConnouchey of the H. W. Castor & Sons Advertisinc Co.. of St. Louis, says: " Zcmo cured me ofasevere case^of itching . -eczema alter all other remedies failed. "I believe Zeuio to be art honest medicine, and will gladly answer all inquiries." Price. $1.00, Leading Druggists or by Express SLY Br E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO. 3033 OHv. Streat ST. LOUIS, MO. MMMB OsjMDIeci unj Soli 3y IMI»»U»IIIM 0. P. CLA$K, DRUGGIST, THE spirit of improvement has hold of Chiiiicothe. This is noticeable on every hand. It is shown not only in the streets that are being paved and the houses that are being built, but by a disposition on the part of many to improve, enlarge and beautify their homes. The spirit of civic pride has been aroused. It has got hold of the individual and the city as a whole. As a result Chillioothe is getting every day a better town to live in. And being so it will draw new residents and eventually new enterprises that it will make it grow and prosper as never before. UNLESS Senator Bailey is able to prove to the Democrats of Texas that has not performed any services for the Standard Oil company he probably is serving his last term as Senator. And this is right. The Democratic party should not be represented in the Senate by any man who is corporation tainted. Lawyers who want to serve the big monoply corporations, the coal oil trusts or the baking powder trust or any o their kind, should do so as private attoineys. They should not be allowed to use publi office as a cloak in which to serve the corporations which are seeking privileges from the government This is a matter about which th people cannot be too vigilant Lobbyists and corporation agents may be all rightin their place but they are entirely out of place in the United States Senate or in any other public office. THE Lincoln Farm association which was organized for the purpose of developing the Lincoln birthplace farm into a nationa park, is shortly to begin a campaign of education through the newspapers. The association desires to establish a Lincoln Memorial Park, which will-be the property of the people. The scheme is one worthy of indorsement and support. Lincoln gave much to his country, and this rnemoria movement is fitting and will appeal to the people everywhere Missouri if interested in the movement. Governor Joseph W. Folk is president of the association Its other officers are: Treasurer Clarence H. Mackay; secretary Richard Lloyd Jones; chairman of the executive committee, Robert J. Collier; assistant treasurer and general manager, Frederick E. Pierce. The association plans to acquire a million members. Its plans will be fully set forth in matter to appear later in the CONSTITUTION. TO THE HOLDERS OF PREMIUMS In the North Missouri Mechanical & Agricultural Society: There is now no money in the hands of the Treasurer to pay any premiums awarded at the last meeting of the Association. The directors are makingarrangements for sufficient money to pay all the premiums, and when the same Is in my hands, as Treasurer, you will receive notice of the fact and a check for your premiums, dlt Scott J. Miller, Treas DEFINES THE ISSUE. The Democratic Handbook for the present campaign, which has just been issued, thus defines tte issue in Missouri: "The enforcement of the Sue- day liquor law?," saye the document, "has made that question an issue in the Missouri campaign of 1906, and Gov. Polk with the law enforcement policy, is on trial before the people of the State. He has stood for the maintenance of law and order to such an extent that Missouri is known and admired-by the law-abiding citizens of the civilized world. If the people of this State should fail to indorse the Folk policy at the polls in November, it would give the State a black eye from which she would not soon recover. "The Republicans of Missour} are hobnobbing with the element that profits by what is known as Do you use an atomizer in treating Nasal Catarrh? Then you will apprieciate Ely's Liquid Cream Balm, the mildest, quickest and surest remedy for this disease In all curative properties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm, which is so famous and so successful in overcom'ng Catarrh Hay Fever, Cold in tho head There is relief in the first dash o spray upon the heated sensitive air-passages. All druggists 75c. including spraying tube, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St. N. Y LAWSOIUCAIN¥HARNESS Boston, i,Sept 21— Thomas W Lawson, the Boston broker, who has been ill since the death oE his wife, has recovered and will renew the publication of his magazine articles attacking the Stan dard Oil monopoly and the Rocke feller-Rogers clique. When you have a cold it is wel to be very careful about Using anything that will cause constipa tion. Be particularly careful abou preparations containing opiates Use KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR, which stop the cough and moves the bowels Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. BOOTLEGGERS INDICTED. Tulsa, I. T., Sept. 21.— As th result of the determined efforts o District Attorney Mellete am United States Marshal Bennett t break up the almost wholesal bootlegging in Tulsa and vicinity the first federal grand jury, which was discharged last night, return ed 75 indictments for bootlegging A NOTRE' DAME LADY." 2-GENT FARE MONEY MAKErf New Haven, Conn., Sept 21— An estimated yearly loss of nearly ?;, million dollars to the New York, New Haven & Haitiord Railroad company as a result of reducing its passenger rate to two cents a mile several months ago, already has been turned into an gain in gross receipts as compared with other years, through an increased volume of business. In addition to the reduction of passenger rates the tariff on coal to New England points aleo was reduced to a figure which, on the old volume of coal business to New England points, would have resulted in a yearly loss of 8150,000 to the railroad company. Re- eipts to date indicate that not nly has this estimated loss been vercome, but that there will bo n actual gain over other years. ihamberlaiu's Coupn Itemedy Acts on Nature's Plan.' The most successful medicines .re those that aid nature. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY acts on this plan. Take it when rou have a sold and it will allay he cough, relieve the lungs, aid ixpectoration, open tho secretions ind 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, 2o cents. Large size, 50 cents. For sale by tho N. J. Swetland Drug Co. HE IS A WINNER From tlu> Bnmswk'l; liriniswii'ki'r. Hon. A. M. Shoiton and Attor nev Scott J. Miller, two of Chilli ;othe's prominent politicians were ia town Monday morning and were pleasant callers at th Brunswicker's headquarters. Mr Shelton is the Democratic norni nee for county clerk of Livingston county, and thinks he has a good show to make tho Republican candidate hunt another job after the election this fall. We hope to see him a winner. medical fact i-nl I will send fivo, with full Instructions 901110 of this slinplK PIVPH ration for tlnvun of I,iHieori-hoeii. ttlciM-ntlon, 1>lM>lncimi FnllinK of tlic Wbnil>, Scanty or rn Periods, Tumors or Growths, Hot Kln Di'slrotoCry,OrcepliiKfi'i 1 llii(riiptli<-.Spiin Puln In the Buck, mid all nthi-i 1 1'Vmn) Tl'oulik's, tollll sending address. To mother of sulTol'Inif daughters I will explain a Sue corsful Home Treatment. If you decide t continue it will only cost about 12 cents I week tot'imrantee n cure. Tell other am ferers'of It, that Isnll I ask. If you lire In terested write now and toll your nutTerln friends of It. Address, Mrs. AJ. Hummer" Box -112, Notre Dame, I ml. Bears the Signature fit The Kind You Have Always Bougtn SAGE HEIRS GET DOUBLE Naw York, Sept 21— -By a settlement arrived at today the legatees under the will of the late Russell Sage are to receive double the amount of their legacies upon the condition that there wil be no contests. The will was admitted to probate today withou contest. 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 the crude gums and resins obtained from the Native Pins iave been recognized by the medical pro- iession for centuries. In Pine-ules we offei all of the virtues of the Native Pine that ire of value in relieving all Kidne .. . Coariutttif |o Civs 5atistjc|iso or Monej JWandft MgSt by GO.. CHIGAGg GO. -" tb»N. J. Shetland. Drug Co Example: Abundant, hair, plus dandruff microbes, plus a few years, equals baldness. BALDNESS BEGINS EARLY "Halilin'ss lii'IiiKS in tin; ytiunix mid hicn-a-i'-s. \vli«'thi-r rnpklly nr slmvly, up i<» th-- Ilftii-Lh y.-itr." S«i says IT. Sn- iKiuraud.or I'jirls, thw world's tfn.'aU-sf authority upon Uls- t«i.s*f.s of Mi*- hair and sculp. Dr. Saboiirnudrunllntii) !>r. ITmm's discovry, that ba!d- tit'-is is n roru.'uriuii.s liisimsf and caus.-d !>y n ink-rolu'. Ask your fatuity physician about, these t\vo uurlinrUi*^. !>r. £:ibnuraii(l KO» I S further, howcvi-r, nsid says that "HaldiM'ss as u eh runic malady, is n tli=fii.s»' imr ot nld iiiTf, but of ymirh: in haul old nn»n wi- simply s--r tin- r.-.-ailt of a disease that luis lieiMi slowly duintf its work for many y^u-i." Tln» dandruIT microbe is an lnvfslMo growth «»f v.-f_'e(a- blf rtin racier: minute fra^tnenr.-i of it an- t-usily pass*-d from mil' h'-ad to the other, through tin 1 medium of public hair bruslie*. towels, utc. In the hatrtht'rfe fragments are inert until they come in contact, with the, natural hair oil from i tie 3 .-ba<-eou-i glands of the sculp, when they begin to grow and form one colony after another; in a similar manner, dry fragments of yt ast cake aiv iin'rt i.ntil th'-y Ilnd the proper medium, when they prompily begin to "work." on tho back of tin- head, most of thest> frauMiientsof mi- crobic growth fall out of tin; hair Ix-fure. they Ilnd permanent lodire.nn'iit in th<- sflnu'cous alonds, and this Is oru* of the ivasutis why baldness begins, and is often confined, to tho top of the head. It often takp.-r years to produce dandruff, but uftor it, ts we.ll <»^Tabli.shod in th>- -,ci.lp the clo*t ruction becomes more and more rapid. Th- hair becomes dull, brittle and lustre- less, but occasionally i .here i.-> excessive oiliness. Itchtng of the -.calp and fulling hair usually follow excessive dandruff, and unless something is done to check the disease, baldness will smvly follow. NKWBKo's HKKPrnillK— the ORIGINAL remedy that "kiiis flie dandruff gemi"— will overcome any stage of t his malady, except chronic baldness, [t acts by destroying the growth that causes the diM.'us**. and when this is done the hair is bound to grow as i-iiture Intended. .More men and women get positive ivsalts from the list* of NK\VBKO'H HEKrif.'I DEthnn from all other hair remedies combined. It is delightfully refreshing to use. and it stops itching of the >cji!p altnont Instantly. Remember time you must destroy the can-;' 1 to remove the effect. Do not wait forehron- ic baldness, for it is incurable. Til K TIM K TO SAVK YOUR IIAIK IS WHII.K YOU HAVfc: I! AMI TO SAVE. NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE At, Drug Stores—Send 10 cents in stamps to The Herpicide Company, Dept,. L, Detroit, Mich., for a sample ——SEE WINDOW DISPLAY AT —. Seymour Wigely's, s P edai Agent. L_ It is a well known 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 tho kidneys find relief in the use of Pine-ules. SI 00 buys 30 days treatment. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Dru^ Co. XliTIl.'K TO (-OSTK.M'TDKS. Nulk'" i* lii'ivhy flvi'il "»'t M'iili'd I'"'- poiiils w 111 !»' ivi-i'lvi'fl by I In- City Auililor of I hi- l-'lly of Cllllllfiitllr. MIL, 11 [i (•> 12 oVluck. noun, cm tin 1 Ilr-l day of lUrtohi'r. lull, f»r tin-furnl.ihliiu i.f :i!l iniilrriiil iiml tin 1 dolim of rill Win'U iuul lnl>i>r IH-.-.---Mry to i-oiistriicl :i si.U"AillU..'.'ifi''-i In l.'iiirtli ami 1 fret will. 1 "if tin 1 iiiiit.-i-lnl di-*"-r!!i"-d l-y »ml in mH'iiril!iiH-i' with onliimiic" .\<r.:.:n;ii siili" wiilkixifwt In liMiKthnml I fri'l »!>l" <>( th" niutcrtitl df.-iTlln'd liy and In ii.-r.iiMiinc" with oiMllliiiic.- N"- -'•'•'•'•• 'l sldi'Wiilk 1» ffi't In Irlieth ami I f.-Pt wldi' of Ihc- nmtrrial (I.- gci-IU'd by niul in ai-i-onlaniv with urdl- iimierXo. ilii:n .•ilili'wiilk >" f "''' '" liMiirth nnd 1 fivt wldcoftli'- mat.-rial dcscrlln'd liy nml ill ncccirilnilC'' with onlliuimv N"o.ill:1i sidcwnlk 10 f.'.'t In l.'nirll! nnd I f.'.'l wW>' of the iiiiit.Tinl d.'scrlh'-'l by and inm-.-ordamv with cirdlnlilU'i' No. -'!!:-« sld.'wiillt 1-'" f<"'t I" li'liirl Ii >Hlrt I fi'"t wi.l" of th' 1 illiitiTlllI d.'sc Ib.'d by nnd In m-.-..nlmn-.- with ordl- imnri i ~Xi). ii::;n sidcwnlh :»l r.vi In l.-nu-ih nnd I f.'.'t wide of til.' inal.-rial ili'Jcfll'. il by and In iH-.'ordanr.' with or.liminrt' No. in: II sidewalk .'«'. f.'.'t in I'Mll-'th and I fei-t wide of the nmteriill deseribed by and In a.vor- dance with ordinance No. --'l-"i; a sidewalk 171 feet 111 length and I feet wide Of lllllt.'l'llll described by and in uccordanc.' "ill; ii'.ii- nance No. -'Hi: a sidewalk II- feet in l.'iiftll nnd I feet wide of the material (l.-scrllx-d by and Inaccoi-dance with ordlnanc" No. L'|S; a sidewalk !«i feet in Iciiuth and I feet wide of tho nmlcrlal described byand In accordance with ordinance No. i'1'.i; :i sidewalk V feet In length nnd I feet wide of the material described by and In accordance with m-di- n.ince No. ilim sidewalk nil feel In lennth and I feet wide of the innt.-rlnl desci-ilw d by nnd 111 accordance with ordinance No. '-W: a .sidewalk Hi feel III Icntfth lllld I feet vvideof the material described by and In accordance with ordinance NCI, »',: a sidewalk HI feel In length and I feel wide of the nmt-rial de- scrlberl liy nnd In iiccunlance wllli onll- iiiincp No. ill: a sidewalk Hi feet In Icnttth nnd 1 feet wide of the material described by nnd in iiccordancc with ordlnunce Xu. SM: n sidewalk i« feet 111 lenuth and 1 feet wide of the material described by and In accordance n-ltli oi'dinnnce No. i""i: n sidewalk Hi feel In length nnd I feet wide of the ninlorlnl (L- serlbcd by and in accordance with urdl- nnni'e No.i-'T. The proposals must be accordlm-" to form reqnlr.'d and furnished by the City KnKl- nuer. A certilled check ill the sum of Sii.im must accompliny each bid to liisun 1 the making ufa contract. The right to reject itny and nil bids is reserved by the.City Council. liUEL WKJELV. . lUSeptdtd City Auditor. Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar, the original laxative cough syrup, acta as a cathartic on tho bowels. It is made from the tar gathered from the pine trees of our own country, therefore it is tho best for children. It is good for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. NEWFttDSTORE 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. B. Ful- lertan. Phone 691. ( WHITE CLING PEACHES, i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Too good for common people, ("inly for eood natured women, pretty children and a few preachers. SI a bu. Eden Greene phono fi7S Before 9 a. m. and after 9 p. 6 20dtf ManZin relieves instantly the pain caused by those blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles?. It is put up in collapsible tubes in such a way that it can be applied where the trouble originates, thus stopping the trouble immediately. Try one bottle and if you arc not relieved, your money v ill bo refunded. Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Itch on human cured in :a> minutes by SVOOLKOIM.'S SASITAKY LoTIO.N. Tills never f,,lls Soklbythe N. I.Kwctlaml I'rngl'o Healed bids will be receive! up to Monday Sept. 21th at 2 p. m. for certain repairs to be done on the Elm Street Methodist church. Specifications can be seen by calling on Mr. C. Frauk Adams, President Board of Trustees. The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. dot A sour stomach, a bad breath, a pasty complexion and other consequences of a disordered digestion are quickly removed by the use of Ring's Dyspeosia Tablets. Two days treatment free. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. * Inti KIJJO Van Hsvo Always Bough) f ?Y 1 FALL FESTIVITIES AT KANSAS CITY Sopt. 30th and from Oct. 1st to 6lh the U- M. & St. P. will sell round trip tickets from Chiiiico- the to Kansas City and return at S3 good returning until Oct. 8th. S. NICHOLAS, Agent. Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circulation. Stops all trouble that interferes with nutrition, That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. will do. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland Drug company. Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseptec, nneaqueled for cracked hands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Tpnp tho liver, move the bowels, clQgnse th,B system, Cade's Little " pills nev&r gripe. SoU] by N J, SW6TUH? FORTY — BIG BONED ENGLISH BERKSHIRE BOAR PIGS, 8 TO 16 WEEKS OLD. FORTY BIG BONED ENGLISH BERKSHIRE BOAR PIGS, 8 TO 16 WEEKS OLD. All eligible to registry. Big litters-10 to 14, from large, old matured sows 400 to 500 t nnds All siml by "Billie Patterson No. 561S6"-1900-640 pounds. Lengthy bod- fes snort ^s six sifvery tips, short nose, blue grass and clover range grown; not "Idlr Led; never have lost a hog by disease on farm; raised 1,000 head; never took a prize; never was beaten, never exhibited-no time. If you want a Heard Header, we have him-if a prize winner NO. Our prices are $25.00 to $50.00 for Pigs, 8 to 16 weeks old. Send us $25.00 and you will get a $25.00 pig. Send us $50 00 and you will get a $50 00 pig If the pig don't say so when he arrives, ship him back to us and get you «y back, Jght and all. No gilts for sale at any price-don't bother us by asking about Berkshire gilts or sows. -i«r nn nnvwP $50 00 will buy "Billie Patterson No. 56186," six years old, (worth tfOO.00), we cannot use him longer to advantage; offer not good after Oct. 10. • No catalogues; tabulated pedigree free with with each P >g sh.pped. Will have 50 more Berkshire boar pigs for sa^ December 1, 1906, from gilts. We want to buy four herd boars January 1, 1907. 25 White Plymouth Rock Cockrels, choice S2.50; (Fishel strain. S. A. STONE, Chiiiicothe, Mo. Reference; Any bank or merchant, Chiiiicothe. Farm adjoining city, on East 3rd St.

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