The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on September 22, 1906 · Page 8
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 8

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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. 22 1906 We are giving Special Prices this week on all lines in the house. We are badly in need of the room-need it bad. - : - This solid oak Rocker will sell for cash this week at Best on earth $2 Side Board, Dining Table, px Chairs, 9x12 Rug complete one $34.00 NEW RUGS AT PRICES TO PLEASE EVERYBODY- ALSO SIZES AND GRADES. MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE COMPANY HOLDING FRISCU BACK- San Francisco, Sept. 21—At a meeting of the downtown property owners' association yesterday a resolution was adopted declaring that the increased cost of material and labor since the fire was preventing the erection of large and permanent buildings. The resolution authorized tho' appointment of a committee to confer with the trades council to see if it is possible to arrange with that body that at some date " in the tear future the wages in all the building trades be fixed at the normal rate existing prior to the fire and that the same shall continue for a period of two years or during the time necessary to execute the contracts. The committee is also instructed to interview the lumber trade, glass, paint, oil and all other building material tradesmen and to secure from them an assurance of some fixed prices for their materials during the coming year. LETTER TO MR. J.M.CALLATIN Cbillicothe, Mo. Dear Sir: If it took 10 gallons to paint your house last time with somebody else's paint, and takes 8 with Devoe, -we saye you §8 or $10; for painting coststwo or three times as much as paint. Mr, Ezra Rithmell, Williamsport, Pa., always used 11 gallons of mixed paint for his house; Devoe took 6. But that isn't all; that's only first cost; how long will it wear? The paint that goes furthest in coyering, wears best too. All paint, true paint, and full measure, are on one side; part paint, false paint, and short-measure are on the other. What can you expect? Yours truly F. W. Devoe & Co. New York, Chicago and Kansas City. P S DearJorff & Mecaskey sell our paint. The laxative effect of CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIVER TABLETS, is so agreeable and so natural you can hardly realize that it is produced by a medicine. These tablets also cure indigestion and biliousness. Price, 25 tents. Samples free at the N, J. Swetland Drue Store. CARS FOUND BURIED Kingfisher, O. T., Sept 21—The missing smoxer and baggage car of the wrecked Rock Island train were located late this afternoon. They lie 600 yards from the bridge and are full of sand and completely covered. They were discovered by Eli Admire, editor of the Free Press. Worn will begin tomorrow or fis soon as the water goes down". Seven bodies are supposed to be in the smoker. EXCURSION TO TEXAS. A special excursion sleeping car bound for the heart of the Texas Panhandle will leave Chillicothe October 2. The fare for the round trip will be §20, including sleeper. Those buying land will have their fares refunded. Land values range from S10 to 820 an acre, where any one crop will pay for the land; where the rainfall the three growing months of the year is the same that it is in Chicago. For booklet and other information seen Ben Chula', or B. J. Meek, F. Broyles, Chillicothe. s22d&wtd Think cf Dr. S hoop'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, creamlike petrolatum. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call at our store for free trial box. The N- J? Shetland Drug Co, Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich, red, pure —restores perfect health. Byron Halsey returned Friday evening from Dodge City, Kansas, where he has been for the past week looking for a location. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crossan of Laredo were shopping in the city Friday. Mrs. Mage Miller was reported getting along nicely Saturday afternoon. A. T. Peters of Brookfield was the guest of friends in the city today. S Walter Sterns of Meadville was transacting business in the city Saturday. The condition of Mrs. W. E. GuBby was reported improving Saturday. M._D. Mayhugh and N. Buck- ner.o'f Jamesport are in the city the guests of friends. Mrs. George Vincil of Gait is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrr. Rowland Cleaveland. George W. Warder of Kansas City is heie the guest of his stepfather, Judge VV. C. Samuel. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kinsella of Wheeling township were shopping in the city Saturday. M. G. Carter of Stanberry spent Saturday in the ciry with friends and transacted business. Ed Atwell left Saturday for Logan, Kas , where he has accepted a position in a hardware store. John tfrigman and Harvey Harris of Wheeling were transacting business in the city Saturday afternoon. W. F. vVoolsoy was on the sick list Saturday and was unable to oe at his work in the Farmers' store. Mrs. Charles Rheem of Oshkosh, Wis., arrived Saturday afternoon to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jo Broaddus. The strong eat well, sleep 'well, look well. The weak don't. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the weak strong. Judge J. M. Davis and A. B. Davis have returned from Platte City, where they have been attending court. N. L. Thompson returned Friday night from Gallatin where he has been for the past week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shoemake: of Macon are the guestq of Mrs Shoemaker's mother, Mrs. R. S Carr, East Bridge street. Mrs. J. E.- Saale and children returned Friday afternoon from Brunswick where they have been visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. R. R. Prichard>nd daughter, Miss Roxie, will leave Sundaj afternoon for Princeton where they will make their future home. Col. H. W, Graham returned Friday from a trip through Iowa and Eastern Missouri where he ias been crying Shorthorn cattle sales. Circuit Clerk Mathew McBride and Prosecuting Attorney John Taylor returned Friday night Tom Lamar where they have been attending court. R. F. Cranmer of Rich Hill township called Friday to have the CONSTITUTION sent to J. P. Jeter of Oklahoma City, a former resident of this county. Mrs. M. D. Brown and children of Lamed, Kas., who have been visiting J. V. Ramsey and family and relatives in Sampsel township eft for their home Saturday. Mrs. Katharine Antiobins, who las been in the city tho guest of Mrs. Jjhinnah Saale and family 'or the past two weeks, returned ;o her home in St. Louis Saturday. Mike Klein will have a sale of lis personal property at his farm, miles east of Chilllicothe, Tuesday, Oct. 2. Mr. Klein has rented his farm and will move to St. Joseph. Harold and Merrill Baker left Saturday at noon for St. Louis, here to join their mother, Mrs. )udley Baker, and make their uture home. Mr. Baker will not fo until December. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Newland are at home in the Broaddus place, orner Polk and Dickenson. Their esidence at 1305 Polk will be occupied next week by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edds. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gould have moved a block west of their home n Bryan street and will remain here a month while making in.- jrovementa on the interior of heir residence. BeiF. Broyles, the hustling and agent of Chula, was hero Saturday. Mr. Broyles will take n excursion of land buyers to the 'exas Panhandle on October 2. Mrs. S. A. Newland and daugh- er, Miss Carrie, have rented lh? [utchison property south of the hristian church and will occupy ; on the departure of Dudley Baker and family for St. Louis. Catarrh Whether it is of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, or more delicate organs, catarrh is always debilitating and should never tail ol attention. It is a discharge from the mucous mem brane when kept in a state of inflamrnatio by an impure, commonly scrofulous, co: dition of the blood. Ciires all forum of catarrh, radii-ally an permanently — it removes the cause at overcomes all the effects. Get TlotKl's; Miss Lavona Brown spent Sunda at Fairview farm, the guests of W J. Kincaid and wife. Marceline Mirror: Jesse Wil son, the Chillicothe horse-buye was in Marceline again Wednes day and picked up several hea of horses for the St. Louis marke He says he gets many of his be: horses out of Linn county, an especially in the vicinity of Mar celine. Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved b Chamb3rlain's Pain Balro. A littla child of Michael Strauss of Vernon, Conn., was recently i great pain from a burn on th hand, and as cold application only increased tho inflammation Mr. Strauss carae to Mr. James N Nichols, a local merchant, fo something to stop the pnin. M Nichols says: "I Hdvisoii him t use CHAMBERLAIN'S PAI1> BALM, and the first applicatio drew out the inflammation an gave immediate relief. 1 have use this liniment myself aud recom mend it very often for cuts, burns strains and lame back, and hav never known it to disappoint. For sale by tho N. J. Swetlan Drug Co. _ A TYPKOOFNEAR MANILA Manila, Sept. 22—A disastrou typhoon is reported in tho Philip pines south of Manila. Wire are down. No report has been re ceived of damage in the provinces At Cavite the arsenal and ship ping were damaged. The gunboat Aroyat is ashore. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE buys a 5-rooni cottag near First ward school Ground 100 feet square. Gooc neighborhood. Water and sink kitchen. Inquire at this cilice, dt $750 For sale—Cottage in Graves- villo, three lots, two wells, everything in good condition. Price S550. Willtiko team and wagon or cow as part payment. William Misenhelter, at Connty Infirmary For sale—Hard coal baseburner Inquire at this office. osdt For Sale—A number of household and kitchen articles. E. 11 Sheetz', 313 Calhoun. b20d'i For sale cheap—Modern house at 115 East Calhoun St. Inquire on premises. 19.~dt3twj For Sale or rent at §15 a montb 7 room house, bath, I closets large basement, electric lights nice lawn, block and half from square, at §2200—S1000 cash, res easy terms. s!9dtf Jisper Blackburn For Sale—A part of ray furniture. Inquire at residence, 42( east Clay. Mrs. Frank McNamarr '• For sale cheap:—Largest sizt Buck's Brilliant hard coal base- burner. Inquire this office. s21dOl FOK KENT FOR RENT—Good 7-room house; 3 office rooms, best on north side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. 830 dtf. 6 office rooms, best on north side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. s!2dti For rent: Houae of (3 rooms; barn, buggy shed, two lots; nea: school. Mra. M. L. Johnson, North Cherry st. slldtf For Rent—Large front room on ground floor, electric light, door opening onto front porch; near square. Inquire Lock Box "102. sH)d-lt For Rent—7-room house in good repair. Seymour Wigely. 22sdtf Suit of rooms furnished for ight housekeeping. Inquire at his office. dlt STILL AT THE OLD STAND E. M. GRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHILLICOTHE FOB 20 YEARS Rev. George J. Warren, formerly presiding elder of the Chillicothe district for the M. E. Church, South, has been made presiding elder of the Lexington district for the Sout iw> efc Missouri conference. Brunswick Brunswicker: Everett Chapman and Jo" ChRrlie Martin, of Keytesville, c me down Friday evening from L.iillicocn^, where they are attending school, and went home to spend Saturday and Sunday. B.raymer Bee—E, W. Mqfirman ancf wife and daughter, Miss'Opal, of 0hillicothe, L. B. Mgprman' and wife, John Moonganagcl wife, Oraj ,and Russel Moowtjan and HELP WANED—MALE Men Wanted—For street paving work, also team&ters. J. E. Meek. 3lSd&wsw Wanted—Energetic, trustworthy man or woman to work in Missouri, representing Large Manufacturing Company. Salary S50 to $90 per month, paid weekly. Expenses advanced. J. H.Moore, Chillicothe, Mo. s22dU . Wanted:—Man to travel in Eastern and Central Missouri. Expenses advanced; salary weekly. J. E. McBradv & Co., Chicago. HELP WANTED—JTEKTALE Wanted—First class chambermaid and pastry cook. Apply at Leeper hotel. 20sd4t SEVERE SENTENCES IN PEONAGE CASE THE Penitentiary Sentences and $5000 Pines for Men Who Held Negroes In Slavery. Cape Girardeau, Mo., Sept. 21— Judge Pollock imposed thefoilow- aentonces on the men who were today convicted of peonage, after overruling tho motion fora new trial and arrest of judgment: Charles M. Smith, three years aud six months in the peniten tiary at Fort Leavenworth. Kas. and a fine of S?,000 and costs. Charles M. Smith, Jr., two year in the penitentiary and a fine o §5,000 and costs. Ben Stone and Ben Folds, eacl one year and six months and §101 fine. W. Lee Rogers and William Woods, each two years and si months and 8100 fine. Floyd Woods, two years and six months and 8100 fine. Under instructions from the court, James and Rex Smith were acquitted. Tho convicted men were, charged with bringing a carload of ne- groes from Memphis to the Smith farm and compelling them to work almost in a state of slavery CHUBCHANNOUHCEMEHTS. FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH—Come Clay and Vine streets. John Frank Smith, pastor. Announcement for Sept 23. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, J. VV. Botts, Supt. Temperance Lesson. Gal. 15-2(5, 0:7, S. 11:00 a. m. Preaching by pastor. SuDjoct: "Transcendent'Things" 1st Cor. 2:9. 7:00 p.m. B. Y .P. TJ. meeting. L. E. Allen, president Subject: "A strong Will" 1st Pet. 4:1-11. 8:00 p. in. Preaching by pastor. Jeremiah 29:13. Prayer meeting Wednesday :vening at 8 o'clock. Pews free and public cordially nvited. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL UHURCH—Corner Webster and Cherry streets. George P. Sturgcs, pastor. Announcement for Sept. 21. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School W. H. Perry, Supt. 10:50 a.m. Preaching by Rev. Stur^es. Subject: "Tho Blessedness of Hunger." 7:00 p. m. Epworth Loague, W ?. Starkey, President. 8:00 p. m. Lecture by Dr. Kat- >umi, a native Jap. Dr. Katsumi served for a time n the Japanese-Russian war, on he medical staff. Come out and icar him. All cordially invited. CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Corner iherry and Jackson streets. Regular services as follows: J. N. Cruteher, pastor. Announcement for Sepr.23. 9:15 a. m. Sunday school,J. L. Newland, Superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Preaching by Mr.J. •. Crutcher. 7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor Miss Una Davis, Pres. 8:00 p.m. Preaching by Elder N. Crutcher. If all dyspepsia sufferers knew vhat Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for them, Dyspepsia would practically be a disease of he past. Dr. Shoop's Restorative eaches stomach troubles by its irect tonic action upon the inside erves—the true stomach nerves. stomach distress or weakness, ullness, bleating, belching. We ecommend and sell Dr. Shoop's lestorative. The N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Saunders & Faubion are adver- sing a sale of live stock, includ- ng two fine pedigreed jacks, at le Faubion farm, six miles outheast of Chillicothe, on Wed- esday, October 3. The CONSTI- UTION printed bills for the sale aturday. As a dressing for sores, bruises nd burns, CHAMBERLAIN'S | ALVE is all that can be desired. \ is soothing and healing in its ef- ect. Price, 25 cents. For sale by he N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Fngllsu Spavin Jjlnamenc removes srd.Sottor Calloused Lumps and Blem- BQOW AND §oo<J room and. boar4 for two. 40« goutt\ H Ishes from horses. Blood Spavins. Carbs BDllnts, Sweeney. Ring Bone. Stifles Sprftiai. »H Swollen Throats. Couahs. eto Save $50 by use of ona bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure every t^npwn Sold by tbs N J. Swel^tnd Drue Co GOOD CLOTHES of stylish quality Rcinif well dressed isn't a <{iu:stion of siiundinjf u lot of money—it's ;i question of «»~inx to the riirlit stoiv. Most any store Ims fiyirly yoocl suits as fur us' tlireiid undcloth iu-econci-rm-d- jfettiii'f distinctive si vie and ;i iviil lit is another mutter. But that's what you ^ct here at a price vou can easily afford. ' In f;ict you can't afford not to wear the kind of dollies we sell. Tho mere rise in your own estimation (and other's) that our SCflLOSS Clothes sf i ve you — that prosperous, well-jfroomeJ look — is the Invest kind of a eash asset to any man. The picture shows one SCHLOSS style. Many others costing from— $10 to $25 SEE THEM. ouats just in stuck (ivi-r- Newland ®, Dider West SIch; sci mire SATURDAY AFTERNOON BLAZE An old dead elm tree standing near the kitchen of the Graham ooarding house on North Washington street, which was set afire caused the tire dspirtmaat to make a run SiturrKy shortly after one o'clock. The tree was landing against the kitchen and 4ut for the timely arrival of the are company it would probably tiave resulted in a bad fire. No damage was done. WILL HoEFlALE. The Adams Express company of this city will hold a sale here October 2ti and 27 for the purpose of selling off tho goods which accumulate in the express offices in the western division. The goods to be sold here next month' were left in the various offices during the year 1905. It has been twelve years sinoe a sale of this kind was conducted in this city. For eruptions, sores, pimples kidney and liver troubles, constipation, indigestion, use Hollis- ! ter Rocky Mountain Tea. Carries i now life to every part of the body. ! Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. N.J. Swetland drug company. j HAD NO LICENSE TO RUN Harrisonville, Mo., Sept 21— The jury in the ease of J. L. Ghere vs. Charles Bennett brought in a verdict today giving Ghere a judgment for §1,200. Several months ago Charles Bennett of Butler was driving the automobi!e'"owDEd by Dr. E. G. Zey and E. A. Bennett in that city when a horse driven by J. L. Ghere, a farmer, became frightened and ran away, threw Ghere out and broke his leg. Bennett claimed that he stopped the machine and that the horso did not frighten at it. Ghere claimed the contrary. The jury decided that Bennett, not owning the machine, was not licensed to run it. Mrs. George P. Sturges, who has been ill with malarial fever, is reported unimproved. THE TEXAS " WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. Sold by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for §1. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mo. testimonials. HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN SAVED BY BUYING FOOTWEAR -AT THE SHOE STORE AND YOU CAN SAVE BIG MONEY BY COMISQ TO OUR STORE FOR YOUR FALL FOOT WEAR WE HAVE A LOT OF MEN'S HIGH TOP SHOES, ALL SAMPLES, IN SIZES 7 AND 8. THE BEST MADE WORTHS5.00, OUR PRICE ALSO A LOT OF MEN'S HIGH GRADE BOOTEES, IN SIZES 6 TO 8. t THESE ARE ALL SAMPLES AND WORTH$6.00 OUR PRICE On the bargain table we have 36 pairs of Ladies' line shoes, mostly Pingrees, in kid, patent kid and tan. These are worth $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE £i gfj Big lot, of Boys' ai\d Girls' School Shoes at, Cut Prices. THE BLUE FRONT Cut Price Shoe Store SOUTH SIDE SQUARE

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