f i 1 i « HOME- SEEKERS' RATES ONE FARE PLUS.S2 Korllio ninnil trip with minimum ..f fTi'vvry Tu<>silay tliirlnjr Si'ptfmlirr. Oi'toliiM-, November. iiml lUviMbi-r. l'.«M. inclusive from M. I'.-iul :m.l Minneapolis to points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Western Ontario and the Canadian Northwest- :in<l on I In- first iinil tliinl Tii'-s- ilnys rUirlnir K.-pt<>n>l»-r. October, and Nornnhcr, I'.nfi, to points in Montana end Idaho, Northeastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and Eastern British Columbia. See the finest agricultural lands in the Great North west. Low rates afford an excellent opportunity to secure a farm iu a rich and growing country. where yields are large, whore excellent markets are near at hand and where irrisratod districts present splendid opportunities and sure crops. Tickets bear final return limit of 21 days, with liberal stopover privileges. Go \\VM via tin! ^brthern pacific lie t wwn HI.. Paul and Mlnm-iiimlis am] tin 1 l';:rill^ NorthwrM. A. M. CLEveu.-o, GEN. PPS. AGENT. Slj. P.ut. "INN. KOI- fri-i- booklets and informal ion about land write (:. W. Mo-rr, (;<-n. Kmteration Atrt St. I'nul, Minn. information write D. B. GARDINER, Dist. Pas. Agt, 306 MiftaouRiTnuar BLOO. Sr.Louia.Mo. S FLOFIDfi AND RETURN *•• Oct. I6fh and Nov. 20ih, VIA SOUTHERN RY,, FKOM ST.LOLMS To all points .except Jacksonville and Key West, and points within a radius of 25 miles of Jacksonville, and points on the Florida East Coast liy.; also to many points in Geoi'fryi. North and South"Carolinn. Tennessee. u,»,l Vii-irinli 'l'u.J.-i>I.j .r,l™1 'If) days and allow stopover privileges fp'in;? and returning. ^ ONE FARE PLUS $2 FOR ROUND TRIP To practically all points in the Southeast on same dates, with same limits, but no rate will be higher than $20. On Sept.' k 4th and ISth. Oct. 2nd and Kith, Nov. fith and 20th, tickets will be sold to Florida East Coast points and practically all points iu Florida and the Southeast at one fare plus $2 for the round trip, ^ r ood 30 days. Write for particulars to J. C. BEAM, JR., Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent, SOUTHERN RAILWAY, St. Louis. Mo. REGIMENTALREUNIQNS AND FORTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY BATTLE GHIGKAMAUGA, CHATTANOOGA,SEPT.18-20,1906 On September jfS, HJOO, will occur tliy ty third anniversary of tin* Baltic of C umuuga. It Is proposed to coJebrate tins memomble event with a reunion of the various rcfdments that- participated In this memorable battle nnd tin 1 various battles fought around Clint tunongn. This reunion will be held at Chirkamaujra Xntlonu] Park Kcpt.ls.li> a ml 2<i,und tin 1 prest-nt indications are that it will be the lanrest and most jio- table patherinp nver iield in the South. On the above dates, the remnants from t he. armies of twelve states, comprising the following: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mich trail, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Kentucky. will assemble, many for the llrsl anil last. time since they marched from it^ blood stained lields, forty-three years ago. Here is one of the great opportunities for the education of the youth. Don't fail to take your children and show them historic ; Ohattanootra, with all its historical connections. It is the opportunity of u lifetime.. (10 and see the old war generals and other officers point out the places of Interest on the Iwitlelirld: let them show y<m nnd explain, in person, the markers erected on the battlefield, showing the positions of the opposing armies at the time of haltie. It wiil not be long until none will be left to do t his noble work. It will b" many years, if ever again, that such an opportunity will pnven; itself. See that your tickets lire via the LOUISVILLE &. NASHVILLE R. R.. the Ji;ttUeD^M Route. Call on your nearest railroad agent for rates and advertising matter pertaining to the reunion, or write nearest repre>rntative of lie Louisville A Nashvile ft. U. f.71. MiJ.i.i KKJC. n. P. A.. I,ouisvi!le,Ky. F. I). BUSH, D. P. A^f.-incinnali. Ohio. J. E. DAVKM-OKT, D. 1*. A..St. Louis. Mo. H.C. BAILKY, N W. P. A..OliIoago. III. Dr. Frances H. Singer Osteooathic Physician Successor to Di. Guuevieve F. IjiughllL F1TZPATR1CK BUILDING. 504 Washington St., Chillicotlie, Mo TELEPHONE 444. CONSULTATION FRtE DB,. H. M. GRACE, Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3. 4 and 5, Wall- brunn building. Phones: Office o'JS; residence 399. J. E. CALLAWA Y, M. D Anv Chronic Ailment. Disease. Eve, Ear. Nose and Throat iriven special attention. Office in Walbrunu Bld'fr Office Phone 57. Residence Pho"« 11. DR. W.H. PERRY, Homeopath Office Kooms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn buildinsj. Residence 1542 west Calhoun St. Office ohone. Xo. 531; resi- There is only One Genuine-SyrUp Of FlgS, The'Genuine is Manufactured by the California Pig Syrup Co. The full name of the company, California Rig Syrup Co., Is printed on the front of every package of the genuine. The Genuine- Syrup of Pigs- is for Sale, in Original Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhere Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imitations made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable dealers. The imitations are known to act injuriously and should therefore be declined. Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects. It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches when bilious or • constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels> when a laxative remedy is needed by men, women or children. Many millions know of its beneficial effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the laxative remedy of the well-informed. Always buy the Genuine- Syrup of Figs MANUFACTURED BY THE ^sa; TOCE nnr<!NTs PER BOTTTE NORVILLE NEWS NOTSE. Norville, Sept. 25.—(Special Correspondence)—Fullerton Bros, of Chillicothe are building a fine barn for W. Manning. Mr. and Mrs. T. Gilchrist entertained a few of their friends Friday night with a dance. Mr. and Mrs. M. Deloughery spunt Sunday at tho horns of J. L. Wilson. Mrs. J. W. Kuster of Chillicotho spent Friday with Mr.s. B. F. Wietrick. Mrs. E. Cleveland of Saxory, Mo., is here for a few clays' visit. J. Walby has purchased the Brown farm east of here. Mr. and Mrs. J. Herriford and daughter,Mrs. H. Nelson, of Enid, Okla., were guests of Mr. and Mrs C. Herriford. Mrs. J. Cox entertained quite a number of friends at dinner Sunday. Miss Ella Hargrove visited with Mrs. J. Cox Friday. , Meeting still continues at Pleasant Grove. There wore seven conversions Sunday night. Miss Bertie Thompson of Albany, Mo., spent Saturday and Sunday with Honor Stucker. Woslny Saunders of Arkansas accompanied by his father, O. II. Saunders of Chillicothe, visited his sister, Mrs. J. F. Hargrove Monday. iAVENLY FRESH EVERY DAY TO the West and Northwest AUGUST 27 to OCTOBER 31 From Chillicothe, Mo., $27.39 $27.30 to Portland, Tacoina, Scuttle, Victoria,Vancouver and many other points in the Pacilic Northwest. San Dic^'o, and hundreds of to San Francisco, Los Angeles, points in California. to Spokane and other points in tho famous of Eastern Washington. Inland Empire" anJ other Utah and Montana points. Millings, Mont.,metropolis of a larjfe and prosperous fann- • aud stock-i'aiiiinjf rejfion. A.sk niu for further information, pk'iiso. R. B. Jordan, Agent. C., B. & Q. Ry. UNION PACIFIC EVERY DAY Prom September 15, to October 31, 190(i. S25 SHORT LINE FAST TRAINS NO DELAYS Be sure your tickets read over this line. Inquire of H. G. KAILU Ass : t. Gen. Freight & Passenger Agent , Kansas City, Mo. OCDEN ARMOUR SAVED A CHILD. Chicago, Sept. 24.— J. Ogden Armour, tho packer, essayed the role of a hero this morning and rescued a little girl from being crushed to death under the wheels of a street car at Sixty-third street and Wentworth avenue. Running into the street ho dragged her from the tracks after she had stumbled and fallen directly in A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse. A batl makes for better fellowship and citizenship. Not ouly should lh< outside of the body be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative 01 cathartic opens tho bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this ore DEVVITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISERS. Pleasant little pills that do not grippe or sickeu. Sold by Clark's Pharma- were about to crush her. Picking the little girl up in his arms ths packer carried her into the Englewood branch' office of Armour and company at Sixty-third Street and Wentworth avenue. When tho little girl had completely recovered from her fright Mr. Armour sent the branch office manager home with her. No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There is always that possibility of a little too much wiad that makes a cautious man afraid to go un- provided. The thinking man, whose stomach 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. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Gertrude Kimmis has sold to Isaac Davis 70 acres of laud in Wheeling township for S2SOO. P. F. Bradley purchased from J. E.Parish a house and lot on East Calhoun street. (Santa Feo mm There's Work for You in California. All classes of labor may find steady employment b San Francisco. Top-notch wages; higher than eastern scale. Perfect climate. Construction work possible at a season when it ceases elsewhere. Invest in a railroad ticket — only $25 from Kansas Cily. On sale via Sanla Fe Every day unUl Oclobei 3 I, inclusive. Uluitraled leaflet showing late of wafics, free lo those who apply to G. W. Hagenbuch, General Agent, The Atchiion, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. 90S Main St., Kania« City. Mo. aence ononc. No. iy3. All calls in city and country answered promptly <' - v or ENWYRdYALTlLLS ~ THE BIA3WXO BUAXU. I^diea: Atk yuur Dni^cist fory <.'hl-«li(.«-UT'» pin, in Bed/ •<? lUueKiN*ic. TBkcno'ollier. of your Druggist and 3*k for WILL GO CAMPING. Sidney McCioughan, Clell Baskett and Lester Housman will leave Wednesday afternoon for Bear lake where they will spend tnree days hunting and fishing. Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, h. jr n O r.if-glrl. Ra prepared. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil instantly relieves the pain—quickly cures the wound. CANDIDATES'CARDS The CONSTITUTION prints candi- dats?' c?rds in any gize or qq§R- a^Je } work fh.p CRONE AND HENRY PLEAD. From the Kansas City Star. Bert Crone and Charles Henry -were arraigned jointly this morning in the criminal court, charged with the murder of Bertha Bowlin on the Kersey Coats terrace drive. Each pleaded not guilty and the case was set for trial December 17. "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed me terribly. Burdock BJood Bitters cured roe." -=J. H. ^VMker, Sunbury, For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of If you like Coffee s ut dare not drink 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 the youngest child. Being made from parched grains and malt it forms a food-like drink,yet having the true flavor of Old Java and Mocha Coffee. Sold by P. T. Abell and E. J. Barneyback. Mrs. P. P. Shephard and son of of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived Tuesday and will be the guests ef Mrs. Shophard's mother, Mrs. Holdridge. For developing the figure. Cleanliness is the first law in medicine. If you want a fine figure and good health, use Hoi- lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.—N. J. Swetland. Mrs. T. Kerns of Brr>okfiold was in the city Monday afternoon the guest of friends. You little knew when first we met That some day you would be The lucky fellow I'd choose to —let Pay for my Rocky Mountain Tea.—N. J. Swetland Drug Co. For apoial, mijjjicinal or house- r ' "' iold ia uses 'I. bept atod Harper whiskey .eifcst. The ,gpu]ap lijgftr>grade f hiskoy pn glQi» COMPERSTO CAMPAIGN New York, Sept, 21—Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, paid a flying visit to New York and returned today to Washington after conferring with the leaders of the Independent Labor party. His object in coming hero was to map out a olan of campaign against certain congressmen who are said to have gone on record as being opposed to org'iuizjd labor. Before he went away Mr. Gompers expressed himself as satisfied with tho progress made by the Independent Labor party. According to Mr. Gompers, labor wil play an important part in the elections all over the country this year. THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. Sold by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for SI. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mo. testimonials. GANNON IN MISSOURI. St. . Louis, Sept. 21 —Speaker Cannon passed through St. Louis this morning for S6daha,whero he will begin the campaign iu Missouri. I am not a candidate for tho presidency,"said the speaker iuan interview. "I am out to do what I can toward electing Rcpublic-iu members of congress. If tho House is not Republican, there will be little chance for a Republican candidate for president to bo elected." RiVER TRAFFIC RENEWED. Kansas City, Sept. 2-1—With the blowing of whistles, clanging of bells, and the glad acclaim of thousands of., persons who had athered at the river, a short renewal of steamboat traffic on the Missouri river, after a relapse of more than a decade, was celebrated today when tho steamboat Lora laden with freight from St. Louis, was docked at the wharf in this city. Pain from a Burn .promptly Believed by Chamberlain's Pain Balm. A little child of Michael Strauss, of Veruon, Conn., was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand, and as cold applications only increased tho inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stop tho pain. Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to use CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM, and the first application drew out tho 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. Louis Burgy left Monday for Davenport, Iowa, where ho will spend several days with relatives and friends. IimllsJi Spavin Jjlimmt'iii. rt'movHS Hard. Surt. or Calloused Lumps ami Klein- Islins from linrsed. Hloml Spavins, (Mirlis Splints, .Sw.iBin;y. RlnK BOJIL-, s t 1 II o s Sprains, fl'l Swollen Throats, OoUKlis. etc Save ISO by use i.f<m<! hottle. Warranted the most'-onilurful UlemlsliVuro ovory known .Sold by Uio N..J. Swviatml I>rua Oo Barney Miuteer was on the siek list Tuesday and was unable to be at the store. Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circulation. Stops all trouble that interferes with nutrition, That's what Hollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland Drug company. In these days of rush and hurry Courtesy is often forgotten. In tho mad, pell moll rush of our life little things are done to offend that wo 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 one 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 Clark's Pharmacy. S. D. Rohrer complimented tho IONSTITUTIOX with some peaches Tuesday unorning, which wore .jrown on a tree planted by him ivejyears ago with seed" from jeaches sent him from Maryland. They are of a large variety and jossess tho quality of staying ound a long time after being licked. jv auur siuiuctfn, « uuu uruam, a iasfcy complexion and other con- uquonces of a disordered diges- ion are quickly removed by tho sc of Ring's Dys-peosia Tablets. Vo days treatment free. Hold by he N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Mrs. Emma Haston and family will move to the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Graham, on south 131m street this week. Pimples call for immediate treatment. There's nothing more offensive and dreaded than a pretty face covered with eruptions. The body must be kept perfectly healthy with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea' Tea or Tablets S5 cents.—N. J. Swetland Drug Co. BLACK LEG KILLS CATTLE. Pleasant Ridge, Sept. ^.—(Special Correspondence) — A. J. Boucher, who has lobt six culvod with the blank leg, vaccinated fifteen head last week and has lost none since. Miss Ethel Gann was tho guett of Cora Reeder Saturday. The apple barrelers are in this vicinity again barreling the fall^ apples. "" Rev. Tillery of Pdttonsburg held services at Pleasant Ridijo church Sunday night. Mrs. Sadie Baono spent tho l;it| ter part of the week with her mother, Mrs. Renchler. Eyerett-Morgaa of Meadon.Mo., visited homefolks Sunday. Messrs. James and Lewis Morgan and Walter Shumate [were all pleasant callers at at C.O. Purdin's Sunday evening. Miss Mae Boucher visited Emma Eberlin Sunday. 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 liver regnlator, known as DR. CALDWELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN. No other medicine has its specific power over these delicate and important organs of your body, upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on your daily work. It cleanses, digests, stimulates and cures. Sold by all Druggists at 50c ;.nd SI.00. Money back if it fails. ••* * in caus*d b? Indigestion. If tittle too much, or \t you art attacks of Indi??stion. you hav« no doul* had shortness of breath, rapid haartDean, heartburn or palpitation of tha' heart. Indigestion cause* tbo • tom . ac ? f v? expand — swell, ar.d puff up against lam heart. This crowds tha haart «nd InMT- feres with its action, and in too court* « tioi» tha heart bacome^ diseased, ol Dyspepsia Cure dijasts what you cat, takes th* rtrato off of tha heart, and contributes nourishment stranjth and health to every orifan of tt» body. Cures Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Sour Stomach, Inflammation of th« mncow membranes lininjr tha Stomach and Digestive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach. Aftsr eatinz. ray food would distress m» by mtXtng my heart palpitats or/ i would becomtt Tory waafc Finally I gat a bottle cl Kodol and It £»« ro« Inuna- ilato reliof. Alter usinz a faw bottles I am cured. MRS. LORINO NICHOLS. Penn Van. K. T. I had stomach trocblo and was In a bad stats «s I aad hoart troublo with It I tooic Kodol D»sp«[>ii* Curd (or about four months and It curod mo. D. KAUBL& Henda, Ol Digests What You Eat 0. P. Dlark, Druggist TO CURE ANY DISEASE. NEARLY THROUGH CUTTING CORN Medicine, Sept. 25—(Special Correspondence)—Corn cutting is nearing the finish. Many of the farmers have cut up all they have owing to the scarcity of hay. Miss Rosa Lee of Tingely, Iowa, will return to her home Wednesday after a visit of a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Floyd Lowder, and her uncle, Monroe Adams. Eliza Bartholomew returned to Chula last week from Oklahoma after an absence of two months. She is in very poor health. Dr. S. R. Toothaker of Westmoreland, Kas., visited Thursday and Friday at tho homo of his un- e CSTJSC 3Iiist be Removed, Some Way With Dandruff. Kill the aerm thru causes dandruff, tilings linir nnd baldness, you will havs no nioro dan-Innf. and your hair must KFOTV !nxuri:int!y. Xewbro's Herpicide not only contain:-, tho dandruff germ. destroyer, l>u!: it ij -lisa a most delightful hair (Ire^.sin;.; for regular toilet .use. Xo otiujr hair preparation is on. this scicntiiio liusis of Jtsloyinir the dandruff gorms. It ytoj).- ,ill irritation, keeps thi acalp sv.xol:, pure an.J wholosorne. Remember ti:;it s *ln-:tiiir:^ claimed to be "jiK-t :•:•• £>M>d." v. ill not ilo the work of pcnuitio ilcrpiciu'e. Si--!<! by leading druKgf-'-ts. i^-ad loc. ; in stamps for sample- to The ilcrpicido Co., Detroit, Mich. Seymour Wigely, Special Agent. J. S. MeJN'allv, who is confined to his home with typhoid fever, was reported worse Tuesday. Good for the cou^h, removes the cold, the cause of the cough. That's the work of KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR — the original laxative cough syrup. Contains no opiates. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. home Saturday. Charles and John Wrighthouse returned from Kansas last week where they have been for the past two months harvesting ' u aud threshing. Mrs. Joo Walker of Garden Grove, Iowa, is here visiting friends. Mr. Bothers and family hayo returned to Iowa. B. W. Toothaker has rented his farm to Arthur Gillispio for a year and will have a sale Wednesday. He will move with his family to Red Lodge, Montana, the first of October for the benefit of his health. Quite a number of Medicine people attended the barbecue at Wheeling. Rev. Ward Murr of Linneua will preach his last sermon before conference at Sebago Sunday morning. WAS A VERY SICK BOY HUMPHREYS' Veterinary Specifics rare diseases ai Ilr-ysfs. Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs and Po>i!try liy in-tin;.,' directly on tho SICK PACTS witliur.t iosi of time. CL"i:L_T ) lion:*. Lull;: Fever, Milk B. -s. V.amcuc*!. Injuries CUUl^ri) itllL-unmti-'iu. C. C. JSORE .TIIHOAT. Uulnny, Epizootic, CUKES ) UL-Ucmper. JJv?;!- WORMS. Bot3. Grubs. fc-3 E. E. JCOrCHS, CnliK Influenza, la flamed CUF-ES) Lungs, l*U-urO'Pneuiuonla, P. K.M'OLir, Bi-ltynelie. Wind-Blown. CCRE3 i Uiurriiftl, Dvseutcry, C. G. Prevents MISCARRIAGE. ctri 'i I KI»*EY * BLADDER DISORDERS. I. I. >>R1.V DISEASES. Manuo. Emotions. CCKKS j tit-era, Grease, I-'arey. .1. K. 1. n\n CIKVDITIO.Y, Starlnz Con». CUICE.S ) luiitee.ftioilj Stomach tetnggera. COc. each : Stable Case, Ten Specifies, Book, So., ft. At ttru^g!=ts v or sL-::t prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys' Mo'liL-ine Co., Cor. "William and Jobq Street^, New York. r?-BOOK MAILED FREE. i DR.J.C.SHELTON, John Grant of Stroud, Okla., arrived Monday in response to a message announcing the serious illness of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Crockett, whopassed away Tuesday morning. A.S a dressing for sores, bruises ind burns, CHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE is all that can be desired. Lt is soothing and healing in its ef- iect. Price, 25 cents. For sale by tho N. J. Swetland Dru_r Co. Mrs. C. S. Goldoa "lome .from an e.v. lii'.S returned visit in But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic, Cho era 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 right," says Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich, This remedy can be depended upon in the most severe cases. Even cholera iafantum is cure'd by it. Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain. For sale by the K. J. Swetland Drug Co. Oculist and Catarrh Specialist Limits his practlc" >Mitircly to Elur- Ui-rj'uiul Disi'aai'* uf the / Eye, Ear, Nose, & Throat, And tin* forrr-ctioM of Errors of Re- fnu-li«u hy Scientific Fitting of Glasses. l'.aer<Tio.st.'opii' urn! P.luod t\\:imin:i- rimis :niHl-.- I'm- Phy.sk-ians who are not prt'part-d to make UHMM. ls Wa.-hI:i!£Coii St. I'liilli'-otlie. Mo. " Teli-plioni-s: olliff. IF!; Kra. :|5i j v-H-I-:-I'-I-I-M-I-I-I-t-I-I- "For more than a year I had been a sufferer, completely broken down. I had not slept but two or three hours any night for weeks. I had such awful misery in my head, and oh, I was so irrilablc. I could WABASH RATES If you want to go to New York now is the time, the rate is very low, first class tickets .and first class service. Homeseokers excursions. One fare plus §2 for the round trip, tickets on sale first and third Tuesday of each month, limited for return 21 days from date of sale. W. E. CUEAMER, Agent. DAVIS & SONS, | ATTORNEYS AND ^ C O U NjS E L O R S . • '• Notary always in office. ;: Office: 516 Washington :; St., Chilliccthe, Missour ± Kniiu tho Mexico L^'ilKi 1 . Moberly plays mouth. ball with its Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antjseptec, ^neaqueled for cracked ban^g, Q«od for The laxative effect of CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIVER TABLETS, is so agreeable and not depend upon my judge- so natural you can hardly realize mcnt, and my memory was j that it is produced by a medicine. failing. I realized that I was ' These tablets also cure indigestion losing my mind, and I thought an( j biliousness. Price, 25 tents, the grave, or worse, the asy- s amp les free at the N. J^Swetland luiri, would be my doom. My Dme store, doctor said my case was beyond the reach of medicine. I went to a druggist and told him my condition. He recommended Dr. Miles' Nervine; he was pretty sure it would help me, so I bought a bottle. That night I took a table spoonful, and fell asleep in a few minutes, the first rest I had in -.vet!;.-.,_ :;n.-! never forget lint ; Trhr-F i aupdry Tho product:! of this Laundry "will eorres- i.ciud nici'ly with Asphalt Streets IUH! Klec- tric i,'ars. \Vi> eater to tin. 1 tni'li: that knows. JOJ.JI proprietor. Bears the Signature oil, I will v.eet sleep Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar, j the original laxative cough syrup, l acts as a cathartic on the bowels. It is made from tho tar gathered from the pine trees of our own country,Jherefore it is the best for taking it, and ?\?rp like a baby, and gain rapidly." MRS. VIOLA BARKER, Orange, Texas. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he win refund your children. It is good for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Tone the liver, move the bowels, j cleanse the system. Bade'a Little Liver Pills aever gripe, Sold the Ki J' 8«ekla0d Drug Oo PUBLIOS1LE [ will sell at p'.ihli..' auction ut my farm, TUESDAY, OCT. 2, Tlu> rullmvliiK cli'scriljMl propi-rty: One gentle buirjry horse, 1 draft horse," I five-year-old gelding, 1 one-year-old gelding, 1 four-year- old mare and colt. 0 milch cows, 5 steer calves. - heifer, calves, 45 shoals, 4 brood sows, with pisjs by side, 1 thoroujrlibretl Poland-China boar, 1 mower, 2 cultivators, 3 breaking; plows, 2 harrows, - rakes, 2 wagons, 1 two-seated carriage, I rubber tire single buwgy, 4 -sets jloableharness, a sets single bu<r»y natnc33, -xv auLca UUL*U iu. iteiu, ~&J trees of apples in orchard, 35 loads of dry stove .wood, 1 Newman Bros.' organ, all my- household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention.
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