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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Saturday, September 22, 1906
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«s» F OR. SAL £ Six Room Cottage - Modern. Three blocks from square. Good collar, wood house. Price $2200.00. Nine-Room Brick House Incitv. Modern. Good barn. Price $2,700. Eights Room Frame Honse' Two blocks from square. Price $1,850. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, good barn. Price $(i25. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. 1?rice $1,250. Eight-Room Frame House Three blocks from square. Modern. Price $3,500. Six-Room House Five lots, good barn; fruit of all kind. Price $800. Five-Room House Five room hoose. Good repair, price $525 00. Eight-Room House Modern. Three blocks from square. New barn. Wood house. Price $2,600. BazelJ. Meek Land Co. AT.Cunningham, Mgr. City Dept OWN A HOME We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $1.80O—Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, ttvo lots. in excellent neighborhood. $2,35O--Seven-room dwell ins;, bath, etc., barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $850—Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one lot. $1,OOO—Six-roomdwollinu' on North Klin street. Good neijfh- hood rnd a bargain. $850 — Five-room dwelling with lot 'JOxliO feet. $600 — Two small dwellings $600 each, on easy terms. GILL ®, RYAN, Barney Bldg. Chfflicot,he, Mo. CITY REAL ESTATE. Modern slnte-roof. brick veneer, 8-room dwelling, large lot, line shudonnd fruit, line location •i-rooin. almost newdwellluB, near Centra school, price tftSO Klcefi-room dwellinc. near Central school a«od cellar.south front, price {IW. 4-room, new 1 story dwelling on TCiiynard street, prlee $500. 23-room almost new dwellinKnnd,lKirn and lots and barn, price $70(1. near Industrial Home. Th« last four dwellings beloiiK to non resident and have to sell. Farms. 1OO atres Land—40acres fine corn land balance timber, blue grass pasture, unrail- li«r spring, $2,500, $300 down balance t> per cent. 7O-acre Farm—1-room dwelling, barn and out-buildinBS, 40 acres line corn land, balance rolling blue grass pasture, on K. F. ])., »nd toteplioiui line, unfrJllnEBprlnc In pasture, prjce J2 110, two down balance at R per cent. I have large list of all kinds of Real Estate and can suit you. Money loaned at 5, fi and 7 per cent on cityund farm land. Insurance written in companies that pay losses on farms and city property. Office across street from Post Office. L N. PAGE. I DR.J.CXSHELTON, | '.'. Oculist and Catarrh Specialist 4. I'. Limits bis practice entirely to Sur- .1 Bcry nnd Diseases of the •$• Eye, Ear, Hose, & Throat, | •}• And the correction of Errors of lie- frnction by 4! Scientific Fitting of Glasses. Bacterloscopicnnd Blood •exnmliia- tioi.s niiido for Physicians who are not prepared to make them. OfflCf overGLOKE <ft MILLER 718 Washington St. Chillicothe, Mo. Telephone's: Office, 14S; Res. S35. ;••:-;• i -H-I-H-:- n 1111 *-K M-H- NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line. I am now located at M. W._Litton's Livery Barn. All Calls will be promptly attended to. TELEPHONES r" 1 KKSI1>KSCE - - t HENKIKTTA HOTEL. No. to. Dr. Frances H. Singer Osteooathic Physician Successor to 1)1. Gonevlcve F. Luughlln FITZPATR1CK BUILDING. 504 Washington St., Chillicothe, Mo TJiLEPHONE 444. CONSULTATION FRbE DR. H. M- GRACE, Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4 and 5, Wall< brunn building. Phones: Office 3'JS; * residence 3'J'J. J. E. CALLAWAY, M.D . Anv Chronic Ailment, Disease. Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat criven special attention. Office in Walbrunu Bid's: Office Phone 57. Residence Pho"« 11. DR. W.H. PERRY, Homeopath Office Rooms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn building. Residence 1542 west Cal- houq St, Office nhone. No. 531: residence uitone, NQ. S93. All calls in citv ao«3 oountry jpiwereri promptly «>-* The Kind You Have Always BongIit T and wliiclx has beea In use ifor over 3O years, has fcorne the signature of imd lias been made under- liis personal sapervis/ou since its infancy* Allow no "one to deceive you in tins. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "" Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of _ Infants and Clii><lren-/-iflsperieiic,e against llxperuaeui. What is CASTORIA Casto/ia, is a harmless substitute for Castor OU, Paregoric, Urops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. f£ contains neither Owium, Morphine uor^ other Jfarcotia substance. Its ag-e is its guarantee. 'It destroys Worms ;tnd' allays 'Feverisliuess. it.cures "Diarrhoea anil Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation • and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stoinacii .-viid Hove els, giving healthy and natural sleep* U?he Children's Panacea--"''he Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years. A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children, as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak woman, you- can be made strong enough to bear healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to yourself, by taking WINE pjmr OF uAitL Woman's Relief It will ease away all your pain, reduce inflammation, cureleucorrhea (whites) .falling womb, ovarian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache, etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it. At every drug store in $1.00 bottles. WHITE US A LETTER freely and frankly, telling us all your troubles. We will senAree advice (in plain sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else, Is my baby girl, now two weeks old," writes Mrs. J. P. West, of Webster City, Iowa. "She Is * fine, healthy babe and we are both doing nicely." MIINERSHAGEI FURNITURE CO. UNDERTAKERS. 'PHONES: N5GHT 153, DAY 397- Oflice Hours: 8 to 12 A. M. I to S P. M. Visitine hours by appointment. Olfiice: Bank of Uhlllleothe bldg. Telephone 370. Dr. Ghas. A. Wolfe, Osfeopathic Physician Fifth. Year in Chillicotlie SPECIALIST INCHKONK) DISEAS.F. S COXSr/I/TATIOX AXD EXAMINATION FREE. Os-TE-OP'-A-THY. The drauless remedy for the relief of the sufferlnK. is rapidly winning favor with * think! Ig people. For further Information see • * Dr, T. 0. Phelps Dr. Lavina Beaucamp 8«°iLl u i8^^ v f<5 § Consultation and Examination FRKE. Phones: Office 141: Residence: Phelps 208: Bcnuclmmp i NI'CLELLANTOAID JEROME. New York, Sept. 21.—Mayor George B. McClelian announced ;oday that he' will attend ;he Democratic state convention at Buffalo next Tuesday. It is understood that Maj or McClellan will go to Buffalo to lead the fight against Charles F. Murphy and William R. Hearst, on behalf of District Attorney Jerome. Escaped Death. It is not an uncommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking DK. CALDWELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflammation. The ;entle, soothing, curative, purifl- jative action of this pleasantsyrup is without any equal in the science of medicine. Sold-by all Druggists at 50c and Sl.OO. Money back if this fails. SERIOUSLY BURNED From the Hale Hustler-Leader Monday while Mrs. Alfred Bedell, who lives 6 miles northwest of Hale,was canning tomatoes.sbe accidentally upset a can of boiling tomatoes and some hot sealing wax.badly burning her right hand and severely burning three fingers of the left. A FACT ABOUT THE "BLUES" What is known as the "Blues" is seldom occasioned by actual existing external conditions, but in the great majority of cases by a disordered LIVER -—THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstrated by trying a course of Tutt'sPIs They controlarid regulate the LIVER. They br)nghopeandboMyfl nc y t° tne mind. They bri ity to the bgjy HOGS STEADY TO LOWER. Kansas City, Sept. 21.—Steer market dull at yesterday's lowest prices; top, So.35; cows and heifers dull and weak; calves steady. Hogs steady to 5c lower; top, S6.45; bulk, S6.20(a6.40. Sheep steady. Cattle-Receipts 3,000, including 400 Southerns; Native steers, S4.00(a6.40; southern steers, S2 75f<^t.OO; southern cows S2.00@3.10; Native' cows ind heifers, §1.75(35 00"; stock ers and feeders S2.60(M.60; bulls,- S2.10@3.25; calves 53.25 @6.25; western fed steers $3AO(St 5.00; western fed cows S2.25S3.75. Hogs—Receipts 4,000; .heavy S6.25@640; packers S6.40@6.45; pigs and lights, $6.00(oiG 45. Sheep—Receipts 3,000; Muttons 54.75@5.50,-lambs §6.00(0/7.60; range wethers, $4 25(a5.75: fed ewes, §4.00®4.50. V Kane as City Produce. Kansas City, Sept. 20—Butter- Creamery, 24c; packing 16>ic. Eggs—21c. la these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten. In the mad, pell mell rush ol our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone. A hastily eaten meal and, its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss. The wise man or womam is the due who relieves little ills of this sort by'a little dose of KODOL for DYSPEPSIA. It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into shape. Sold by Clkrk's Pharmacy. IHAWlslSfHERjiCTIVE.',- New York, Sept. 21—Mrs. W. B. Thaw, mother of Harry K. Thaw, called at the Tombs prison alone ;oday and had ajcojjversation with ner son, lasting three quarters of an hour. As she was leaving she" asked the warden for permission ;o visit her son later in the day. She sa'd that certain circumstances made it imperative that after she had sojn rier son's counsel, Clifford W. Hartridge,. she would be able to again talk to Harry. Tho warden granted the request. • Hard to Find. _ , It would be hard to find a more perfect curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gentle tonic digestant, and torpid iver regulator, known as DU. DALDWELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN. No other medicine tias its specific power over these delicate and important organs of your body, upon which vou have so depend for energy to carry on your daily work. It cleanses, digests, stimulates and cures. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and Sl.OO. Money back if it fails. HEAVENLY HASH. FBESH EVERY D*Y, GETTING READY FOR STENSLAND Trenton, N. J., Sept , 21—Gov- irnor Stokes, on the application of Governor Dineen of Illinois, granted papers today for the extradition if Paul O. Stensland, who is wanted in Chicago on the charge of looting the Milwaukee Avenue State bank. Stensland is now on his way to America from Tangier, where.he was captured, and the extradition papers were taken out in 'case he should land on New Jersey soil. No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There is always that possibility of little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go un- provided. The thinking man, whose atomach sometimes gees 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. APPLE CROPFORSALEQR TRADE Having to leave the state on business soon, to bo gone till spring, I want to sell my fine crop of winter apples (ten acres loaded) in a lump, 01 the trees; or trade for town property well located. J. W. Green, Box 2M. s20d3t Tied down to his desk in the office, While others are free and at play, Papa fancies he is having a vacation, While drinking Rocky Mountain Tea. . Swetland drug company. MARiEDAfSBURC From the Trenton RepiinHcnn-Ti'lbuno. Rapmond Cyphers of Hickory •was married at Edinburg Thursday to Miss Lillie . : Crawford of Farmersyille. The ceremony wa performed by Rev. Blackburn. Are you troubled with piles?0no apbljcatjon of ManZan will give you imr^ediata, relief. Sfild by- J,he Ni J- "*' " J " tft " WOMAN CANDIDATE Fort Worth, Tex., Sept 21— Laura B. Payne of Fort Worth, in accepting the nomination on the Socialist ticket for Congress in this district yesterday, comes out strongly for Government ownership of railroads and goes a step farther than Bryan in advocating Government ownership of all packing houses. Miss Payne is the first woman to run lor Congress in Texas and says she will push her campaign vigorously. Wheu asked what she would dp if elected, she replied: 'The first thing I would do would be to acsusc the grafters in ongress of their wrong-doing and arouse the yjublic of the en- ;iro country ro oust the rogues irom the national legislature." Beware of Omtm-nts tor uatarrh that Contain Mercury, is nn'reury will sun-ly clf.stro.v I In- sensi- of. *inelliiml umilpli'tvly ili'mns-'r tin' wlml- cm u-!ii>» ciitcrlnir it through tin 1 imi- cnus ;iurfm-e;i. Such artii'l-'^ slmulil il'^vri- ' usrtl<'.xe«-pt on pn'Si-nr>ti'Mis fn>m n-mit- ile physloiuns, us tin; Uinnitu'e tln-y \viK ilo ten fcHil lc>iln.'iriiciJ you can possibly 't'" rive rri.mllii'lii.HAI.iYStlATAIlllH CI'IlK iiumifiii.-tiiri.-a liy K. S. Olirn.'y & '.'<>.. Toh- lo, ()., i-mitjilns no mercury,iLiul is't:ik»Mi In- i-rnully, iiL-tintt illn-i-ily upon the lilumi «"<1 UK-cms Mirfnvcs of th" sy~|..'in. Ill Imyinir Hall's IVturrli Cuiv be »nr.> you net til'- Ken- ilno. II i-s tiiki-n tiitiTiwIly aiul m:ul<- In Toledo, cililo. uy K. J.tMif n.-y ,v Co. T.'.stl- noiilals fivi'. Sulcl by !m:iii*!sls. I'rleefT-V p<-r I'-itll*'. Tilko Hull's Family 1'llls for cons! ipariuu. HELD"¥cT-8ALE. F. T. Gwinri held a stock sale at lis farm in Fairvww township near Ayaloii Friday. There was a argo crowd of buyers in attendance and tho stock brought good prices. Col. H. W. Graham was ,he auptioneer. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of GUARD SHOOTS NEGRO CONVICT. Jefferson City, Sept. 21,—Minor Campbell, a St. Louis negro convict, was shot and seriously injured at the penitentiary by Guard Frank Stanfill. Campbell with another negro engaged in a fight and when a guard attempted to separate them Campbell attempted to assault the guard with a bar when the guard fired two shots, one taking effect in the-left side and tho other in the arm. The shooting occurred in the Giesecke shoe factory, where seventy-five men are employed. There was much excitement, convicts hiding under benches and trying to escape until other guards arrived. Campbell was taken to the hospital where his wounds were dressed by the prison physician, who pronounced them serious but not necessarily danger- 3. Campbell is serving a term for murder in the second degree. A bath cleanses the shin and rids the pores of refuse. A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship. Not only should" the outside of the body be cleansed, but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter. Best for this are DEWITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISER'S. Pleasant little pills that do not grippe or sicken. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. _^___ A $750,000 TACOMA FIRE. Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 21—Fire, which burned with terrific rapidity, destroyed property last night jied approximately at $150,000. One woman is believed to h&ve lost her life, while twomen had not be6n unaccounted for up to a' late hour. The property laid waste by tho flames included the Tacoma Eastern railroad depot and freight warehouse and four freight cars; the Puyallup Avenue bridge, 'a large livery stable building, a saloon, a restaurant and a vacant store building and three dwellings. In the livery stable were more than 150 horses. Only six or seven escaped. If you like Coffee but dare not driuk it, try Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee. It's true that real coffee does disturb the Stomach., Heart and Kidneys. But Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee has not a grain of true coffee in it. It is satisfying, wholesome and harmless even to tho youngest child. Being made from parched grains and malt it lorms a food-like drink.yet having the; true ilavor of Old Java and locha Coffee. Sold by P. T. Abell nd E. J. Barneyback. A Perfect Bowel Laxative 'for constipation, sallow comolexion, headache, dizziness,sour stomach, coated tongue, biliousness. Lax- eta act promptly, without pain or griping. Pleasant to take—Lax- ets—only 5 cents. Sold by the NJ. Swetland Drug Co. orv Rneumausm cured in 3 D av B . Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Ind., snys i My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism n everv muscle luul Joint; her suffering was ernl-.k' fimt lier body and tacu were swollen .huost beyond recognition: had been In bed iir six weeks and had eitfht physicians, bet ecelved no benefit until she tried the Mystic luir for KlicHimatls-ni. It Kavo immediate olief and she was able t.. walk about In Hi ret- lays. 1 am sure it sav.l li.'i- lite."' sold by <..!. Swetlnnd Driiu Company. Seldom gets strong again without help. Awake or asleep, it never stops, and consequently has no period of rest or relaxation in which to regain lost vigor. You should avoid exertion, excitement and worry as much as possible, to relax the strain, and take Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, which is a heart tonic, to strengthen and restore vigor to the heart nerves and muscles. The symptoms of a weak heart are shortness of breath, palpitation, feeble or too rapid pulse, hungry spells, hot flashes, dizziness, smothering spells, pain in heart or side, etc. •1 had been treated for heart disease by different physicians -without any imorovement. Finally my doctor Informed me that ther., WAS little hope of my ever beinsr able to do a da> s £ork y aaln. About that time a gentle- Dr mil's- "Heart" Cure Is sold by youPdrooDlst, who will quarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If (t fails he will refund your money. , Miles Mescal Co., Ellshart, Ind •riini the Uruukli.'Kl I'.iidu'et. W. L. Carver, Socialist candi- atc for congress in this district, .elivored an address in Brookfield jo. Thursday night. Mr. Carver 3 aa architect by profession, re- iding in Chillicothe, and was mployed by theBrookfle-d board . education several years ago in onnecdon with the remodeling of chool buildings, and proved bim- elf a capable and honest gentle- an. When two strong men come, to blo|fs,even if they are well match<d, it is not a pleasant sight, but if he man who geta the worst of it ill use DEWITT'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE, he wjill look bet- er and feel better'in short order. Be sure you get DEWITT'S. Good or everything a salvo id used for, ncluding piles. Sold by Clark's r'harmacy. TEH N£W~FURHACES. Ten lurnac-cM are being placed xnto Chillicothe homes. One firm alone has the contract for putting .n eight and is being rushed night and day to get the work complet ed before cold weather. 0. P. Clark, Druggist HUMPHREYS' Specifics cure hy acting directly on the iofc parts without disturbing the rest of tie system. No. 1 for Fevers. No. 2 " "Worms. No. 3 " Teething. No. -1 " Diarrhea. No. 7 " Coughs. No. 8 " Nciimli-ia. No. 9 " ITc:uliiclies. No. 10 " Dyspepsia. No. 11 " Suppressed Periods. No. 12 " Whites. No. 13 " Croup. No. It " Tlie Skin. No. 13 " lUieumatism. No. 1C " Malaria. No. 19 " Catarrh. No. 20 •' Whooping Congh. No. 27 " The Kidneys. No. 30 " The Bladder. No. 77 " L.-I Grippe. In small bottles of pellets that fit tho vest ockct. At DruKgists or mailed, 25o. each. ~ienl Guide mailed free. A. cold taken at this time of the year is generally hard to get rid o: but it jv'ill not be able to withstand Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar That will cure all colds, coughs croup, (whooping cough, etc., by driving them out through the bowels. If you have a cold, try it and if not cured get your money back No opiates. Sold by the N. J Swetland Drug Co. Dr. William Girdner announces the arrival of a 9-pound baby gir at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank iddeau, South precinct, Friday evening. Good for the cou,th,, removes th cold, thecausoof the cough. That' the work of KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR — the "briginal laxative cough syrup Contains no opiates. Sold bi Clark's Pharmacy. li Dr. Thomas' EC ectric Oil i the best remedy for that often fa tal disease—croup. Has been usei with success in our familj for eight yesfts."—Mrs. L. Whit r.ker, Buffalo, N. Y> • Two Dyspeptics If you ar« too fat it is because your food ;urns to fat instead of muscle—strength f you are too lean the fat producing food* that you eat art not properly digasUd ind assimilated. Lean, thin, itringy people do not J»T« oueh Pepsin in the stomach, whil« f»l leople hava too much Pepsin and not moufrh Pancreatina. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the dig-estiva juices that an ound in a healthy stomach, and la exactly those proportions necessary to enable tha stomach and digestive organ* a digest and assimilate all foods that may >e eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect digestant, but it is a reconstructive, tis- ue building tonic as well - Kodol cure* ndigestion. Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, leartburn, Palpitation *f the Heart and Constipation. You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach, rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh. time* M much »ji't trial, or 80 cent i . . Humphreys' 5I»L Co.,Cur. Williams John Street* ew York. Nasal CATARRH all its Elys Cream Balm 4 !e:mscs, soothes mid heuls lie di.-'t.-it^d mcTiibrnne. t curt-s crttarrti and drives a\v:iy a cold in tlie head inickly. Cream Bnlm i.< placed i"I" tho nostrils.spreads jver the membrane and id absorbed. Belief is ln> mediate and a care folloivs. It h not drying—doe» not produce entrains;. LarseSfee, 60 centa atDn-a- stn or b7 mail: Trial Size, 10 cenia. KLY BROTHERS. £0 War-en Street. Jfew foot I a aupdry The products of this Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Electric Cars. We eater to the trade that knows. proprietor. McGormick Bros. THE SOUTH LOCUST ST. LIVERYMEN have -added to their stock the finest Funeral Car ever brought to ChillicQthe. Besides doing a general livery business, they g-irespecial attentionto funerals. They also mate: carriage calls (day or night) to any part of the city or county. Telephone 150. 410 S. Locust St. «•*• ; Annie F. Hurxthal Stenographer ' Notary Public Fire Insurance t PostolBce Buililinij, Chillicothe. f JI Phones, cilice 3Ii>: residence U»!5. S? In-H-H-H-I-I-H I I M'-I-I-H-***** .N. Page LAWYER. 507 Washington Street. HOLLISTCR'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets £ Busy Hedioiae for Busy l?eople. firings Goidea Health and Keaowed Vigor. A ^Decide for Constipation, Indigestion, Live and Kirlnw Troubles. Pimpled Eczema. Impure* Diood Bad Breath, SliiEE'sh Bowels, Headache and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tablet form, a" cents a bo*. Genuine made by UouOTea DBCO COHPAXY.. Madison. Wis. uULOEH MfiGETS FQft SAttOW

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