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HOME- SEEKERS' RATES ONE FARE PLUS $2 For Hi' 1 round trip with minimum nf JT ovory Tuesday ilurinp Si;pU'in!n-r, Octohor, November, and J vci'inbi.-r, IWKi, Inclusive from (St. ran I and Mlnnenpolls to points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Western Ontario and the Canadian Northwesti nm! <m tlie Ilrst nnd l.liird Tuesdays clurlntr September. Orio- IHT, nud November, HXKl, to points iii Montana and Idaho, Nor.heast.- ern Oregon, Eastern Washington and Eastern British Columbia. See the finest agricultural lands in the Great Northwest. Low rates afford an excellent opportunity to secure a farm in a rich and growing; country, where yields are large, where excellent markets are near at hand and where irrigated districts present splendid opportunities and sure crops. Tickets bear final,return limit of 21 days, with liberal stopover privileges. Go West v:.i Hie J^orthern pacific j^y. Kctwemi. St. Paul nnd Mitmrtipolis and the Piiciflc Northwest. A. M. CLCVELAND, GEN. PP». AGENT, ST. PAUL. "INN. j For frci- but.kli-ts [nnd information about Innrf write C. \V. MOTT, Gon. Emigration Atft St. Paul. Miun. For ruteSaml InformnUon writo D. B. GARDINER, Dist. Pas. Agt, 3O6 Miaaoum TRUST BLDQ. Sr.Louie.Mo. H S 20 RETURN Oct. 16th and Nov. 20th, VIA SOUTHERN RY., FROM ,S T.LOUIS To all points except Jacksonville and Key West, and points within a radius of 25 mile* of Jacksonville, and points on the Florida East Coast, Ry.: also to many points in Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virgina. Tickets good 30 days and allow stopover privileges going 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. 4th and 18th. Oct. 2nd and 16'th, -Nov. «th and 20th, tickets will lie sold to Florida East Coast points and practically all points in Florida and the Southeast at one fare plus J2 for the round trip, good 30 days. Write for particulars to J. -C. BEAM, JR., Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent, SOUTHERN RAILWAY, St. Louis. Mo. REGIMENTAL REUNIONS AND FOR- ii.' TY-TflIRD ANNIVERSARY BAT• J TIE CHICKAMAUGA, 'j CHATTAN006A,SEPT.18-20,1906- ' ? On September JS, IDOli, will occ«r tlie for"• ty third annlvercnry of MIC Bnrtle of Oliick- :"J umaiiKH. It is proposed to celebrate tins -5 ineiuorahle event -witb a reunion of tin. 1 .» -\-aricus nvliiients tlmt purticipati'd in tliis -, nsenioi'ablc lMi.ttle nnd tho various battles ^ fought around Chattanooga. This reunion ?, will be held at Chii-kamauira National Park ; : > Sept.I8,IHand ^O.nnd the present indications '• arc that it will be the lamest nnil most uo- t table Rathei'Ini? ever Keld In the South. On • the above dates, the remnants from the • aruiles of twelve states, eotnprisinp the following: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mich iran. In;^, diaua, Illinois. Wisconsin, Minnesota, 2ow»i, \ Nebrnsk:!, Missouri, Kansas iind Kentucky, " \i-lllassemble, many for the lirst ami last time since they marched from its blood stained Holds, forty-three years aso. Here Is ont of the great opportunities for the. education of the youth. Don't fail to t«ke your children and show them historic j Chattanooga, with all its historical roiinec- • tions. Jtisthe opportunity of a lifetime : - <?o und secure old war generals and other if officers point out the places of .merest on - the battlclleld; let them show you and e.\- plaln. In person, the markers ereeled on the 1 battlefield, showing the positions of the op, ' posing armies at the time of battle. It will .- not be long until none will be left to do t his noble work.' It-will be many years. If ever again, that such an opportunity wlil present itself, s that your tickets are via the LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R. R.. the Battlelleld Itoute. Call on your nearest railroad agent for rate ''"and advertising matter pertaining to th - reunion, or writ*! nearest represrntative of - lie Louisville A Nashville R. R. I.H. MILLIKKN. D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. F. D. Brsn. D. P. A., Cincinnati. Ohio. J. K. DAVENPORT, 1». 1'. A.,St. Louis. Mo. , ; H.O. BAILEY. N W. P. A..Ohicago. 111. Dr. Frances H. Singer I Osfecoathic Physician ^ 'i, Successor to Ui. Genevleve K. 1-aughlir ' F1TZPATR1CK BUILDING. 504 Washington St., Chil'licothe, Wo TELEPHONE 441. CONSULTATION FRLE '*ra | **8*sfr*-i-«<fr^^^ •••'-'• •'•'' ••'" '•'•-,-','•• ^a«-;.:^V^:>-i'' -•'.'•'•'..'.. TO READERS OF THE LADIES'HOME JOURNAL: Did you read the article published by The Ladies' Home Journal in May 1904, attacking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription? Have you seen the statement more recently made by Mr. Bok, the Edito- <: that magazine that his company "has not paid a single penny t," R. V. Pierce's concern * * * in settlement of any suit"? We wish you to know the truth. The facts are these : Four days after the article in May 1904, appeared, Dr. Pierce's company sued The'Ladies' Home Journal publishers for libel. The tnal was had in April last. Dr. Pierce proved that the attack made by The Ladies' Home Journal was false. He proved that-Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription docs not, and never did contain either alcohol or any of the injurious drugs which The Ladies' Home Journal falsely stated it did contain. This was so conclusively shown that the attorneys for The Ladies' Home Journal -were forced to admit it. The jury rendered a verdict against The Ladies' Home Journal in favor of Dr. Pierce's company for $16,000.00. This was a complete vindication of Doctor Pierce and his "Favorite Prescription." It judicially established that the libel was wholly false, and without any justification. Dr. Pierce, however, believed that his company is justly entitled to a verdict for a much larger sum. Through his attorneys he has, therefore, applied to the court for a new trial of the case." For this reason, and for this reason alone, has The Ladies' Home Journal not yet paid "a single penny to Dr. R. V. Pierce's concern." Dr. Pierce has simply chosen not to collect the judgment until the motion for a new trial has been decided. In the light of these facts does not this boastful statement that it "has not paid a single penny to Dr. R. V. Pierce's concern" look like a cheap and common bluff, a half truth intended to mislead you ? TOLD OF1E During the trial of the libel sui 1 against the above mentioned publishers Dr. Lee H. Smith, Vice-President of the vVorld's Dispensary Medical Association, stated uniJcr oath that the ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription were wholly extracted from the following- nativej-oots; Golden Seal, Bhie Cohosh, LSdv's Slipper Black C<VK)sli and UnicoriVby means of- pure gly\erioe of proper stinigtli. He was asketi hW he knew, as Synhysician and experienced medical man/Xhat the "Favorite prescription " was a\«rc for the diseased peculiar to wonien>^uch as " female VveaAness sion, irregular anopainful perioil^ other diseases of the womanly or and he stated that he knew such » 0 the fact because of his professional experience and the many thousands of women whose ills, to" his personal knowledge, had been cured by this "Prescription." This experience of Dr. Smith was corroborate] liy tlio standard Medloal Authorities of thf several schools of practice. iMidorsinir the various ingredients in the. strongest torms. Dr. Smith beins aske.fl to name some ot these authorities as to the curative value of the alwve roots read from the standard works K.'imett Medical CoUcse. Chicago: "New Kumedies,'' by Prof. Edwin XL Hale. M D of Chiraco: Text-Book of Therapeutics, by Dr. Holiart A. Hare. Prof, ill Univ. of I'cnn'a; Laurence Johnson. M. I).. Prof, in University of New \nrk-. I'rof. Jolm Kins. Author of "Human and Her Diseases"; Professor .lolm M. Scudder. M. I).. Author of a treatise on "The Diseases of Women": Horatio C. Wood. M. I).. Author of "Therapeutics": Rolierls Ilartholow. A. 51.. M. R. Professor of Matcria Medira. .lefl'c'rson Medical Collece of I'liila. All these recognized and standard authorities prai.se, in the strongest possible terms, each and even- ingredient which enters into the "Favorite Prescription " of Dr. Pierce for the cure of Woman's peculiar weaknesses and ail- ments. In fact the "Favorite Prescription" stands alone as being the only medicine for woman's special ailments which has any such professional endorsement of its several ingredients which fact is generally recognized as entitled to much more weight than any amount of lay, or non-professional testimonials. The "Favorite Prescription" stands alone as the only non-secret, medicine for woman's ailments. Its manufacturers are not afraid to publish its ingredients, as they do, broadcast—thus courting the fullest scrutiny. The "Favorite Prescription" has been on trial in court and came out fully vindicated as containing no harmful or habit-forming drugs. "\Vliat other medicine for women could stand snch a test? No invalid women can afford to accept a secret nostrum of unknown Composition for this tried and proven remedy OF KXOWN COMPOSITION. Lead- ng physicians often prescribe it because :hpy know exactly what it is made of and that the ingredients of which it is composed are the very best known to ncdical science for the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses and delicate ailments. Dr. Piercc's Favorite Prescription is not advertised as a "Cure All" but admirably nlfills a singleness of purpose, being a upcriorqnd most positive remedy for one class of diseases onlv—those easilyTncog- lized weaknesses, derangements, irrpgii' aritics and painful disorders peculiar to women. It is a powerful, yet gently acting, invigorating, tonic and strengthening nervine. For weak, worn-out, over-worked women—no matter what has caused tho break-down,—whether it be from too frequent bearing of children or from much worry, care, or over exertion of any kind, "Favorite Prescription" will bo found most eflicient in building up the strength, regulating all the womanly functions, "banishing pain and bringing about a regular and healthy.-vlgorbus condition ot the whole female system. NATIVE ORATORS CUSTOMS ARE CUNG J Delates Laug-haT%gi es O f J aps With English -t.auity Has Done Most f. People Dr. Katsumi, a e of Japa n, entertained a la.udience at the First M. E. i Sunday night with a talkjpeopleand their customs, ftsumi is a graduate of Ath ; schools j and is a Christiar sa id that while education !one much to advance the Jse greatest civilizing; and ele influence had been the Ch. religion. Japanese custom changing under this influeMany of the leading Japagtatesmen and warriors are i an s and have been educattAmerica. FRESH EVERY BSY He called special $ n to the Marquis Ito, who ^ fl r6 t Jap to graduate froaft. mer i can FINE MUSIC AT CHURCH Will P. Newlan of Trenton and Carl E. Johnson of Indiana, formerly of Linneus, members o f tho Newlan-Johnson orchestra, played two beautiful clarinet and cornet solos at the Christian church TRAIN CATCHES FIRE. Macon, Mo., Sept. 23—As Burlington train No. 6 was running through Bevier this morning spark from tho engine ignited the canvas forming the vestibule in the roar of the second coach, and. the wind soon started ;a sheet of flame flowing over tho cars. The reverse suction also sent smoke and flames into" the second coach which was crowded with women shoppers coming to Macon. In the confusion several grabbed up their] grips and ran frantically, to the platform. The train was stopped before they jumped off, and no one was hurt. The crow got buckets of water and succeeded in extinguishing the flames. iLOOD fierv MF Oi£j bloo(f cauSl H iSe f e f are duc to the "•""- cause—an excess of acid iff ttoe c ., u °y laulty assimilation of food and poor bowel action; "thi* matter is forced to tho surface tbron-h the pores and glands:. g-ing-asfk'!;}- fluki,-,v hich dries aud makes a crust, , ,. s>- When the crusts or scabs arc scratched off the left raw and bleedinsr. n«n, ^=_-/r^ body • skin Sometimes skin diseases alc m dry form, and bran-like scales come, the flesh, or the skin becomes hard a, insf. the college, atid who nee sent Sunday evening. Tho twenty-five yovnen to this country to be 8 d. The speaker told tins that the Japan ye the English langu$p ec ially when they endeavcpjy t 0 it the Japanese gram "A friend of min'World's fair," he said, '-spi young lady's beautiful hie; horse's lovely complexion. The achievement Japs in the war with Russit spoken of modestly. "For Russia had been referring pan as the little yellow do..K USS j a gentlemen were on route to Brunswick to give a concert this evening and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thompson. Two large audiences heard M Crutcher preach at tho Christia church Sunday, seven addition being made during tho day. A bath cleanses the skin and 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 ;md Si.OO. Money back if it fails. rash or c-rnrtion -.vr.ioh in spite of all esforts to euro continued to set worse. The itching, L-speciuliy at nig-ht, was and simply terrible, r had tried in»ny T- - . •- a cute suffering-. It inincd to c:vo it "a'fair "trial, "and fl wa« uoes not matter how the trnnW/-. ;- inexpressibly«iali:;htadwhatiafewbot- manifested, thec.-u.se is the saTe-an ^S&ffi^ 0 ^ I. MABNO. relieve thehcWn^nll 00 ^ falves. poolers, cooling washes, etc., while they trouble r»p-ino» *£ j g ' Ve su r tem P° rar y comfort, cannot cnre the trouble because they do not reach the acid laden blood. The best treatment I for all skia diseases is S. S. S., a remedy that is pure ,- vegetable and one which acts directly on the blood with a cleansing-, healing effect. ^ar „ —»_ A fegfA i 5 - S S. neutralizes the acids, and purifies the PURELY^GETTLE. ffiu^1?&S n e^a?S^SSS^ boo, on Skin Diseases and an^elaf »^K fcSSS THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,, AT2MS3TA, GA. Wittou charrc without charge. aa the big black said. "When the fightinj place Russia did all the f an( j Japan did all tho bi TO the West and Northwest AUGUST 27 to OCTOBER 31 From Chillicothe, Mo., $27.30 $27.30 $22,30 $1730 fiurli! to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver and many other points in the Pacific Northwest. to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and hundreds of points in California. to Spokane and other points in the famous "Inland Empire" of Eastern AVashington. • to Salt Lake City, Ogden. Butte, Helena, Anaconda, Missoula, and other Utah and Montana points. to Billings, Mont.,metropolis of a large and prosperous fanning and stock-raisin"' region. Ask me for further Information, please. R. B. Jordan, Agent. C., B. &Q. Ry. No one would with sails that coul6> n efed. There is always Inanity of a little too much witnakes a cautious man afn 0 un- provided. Tho tl man, whose stomach so gees back on him, proir his stomach by keepintle of KODOL for DYSP.Vithin reach. Kodol digest^ eat and restores the sto the condition to properly ftg functions. Sold by 3 har- macy. rids the pores of refuse. A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship. Not only should the outside of the body bo cleansed but occasional use of a laxative 01 cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter. Best for this are DE WITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISERS. Pleasant little pills that do not grippe or sicken. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. A Perfect Bowel Laxative for constipation, tallow complexion, headache, dizzincss,sour stomach, coated tongue, biliousness. Lax- ets act promptly, without pain or griping. Pleasant to take—Lax- ets—only 5 cents. Sold by the N J. Swetland Drug Co. A So FOUND $5 BILL bill w.hich was taken TRAGEDY AT MARCELiHE Marceline, Mo.. September 22.— Bon Richardson, a bartender, of this city, killed his wife and committed suicide at noon today. Richardson had recently returned from Oklahoma, where be •H-4-K-H j DR.J^C.SHELTON, f Oculist and Catarrh Specialist T. Limits his PI-MI- nrin-ly ti> .Surf tin had been lookingfor work. There had been family trouble and last night a violent row, because of which all the roomers left the house. The wife began to from a draw in J. M. Davis and hcr fcnings thia mornin g to leave. Sons' office Wednesday night during the fair, was taken to the Bank of Chillicothe Saturday afternoon sy A farmer to get changed. The bill was the first issued by the First National bank of this cily signed by A. Johnson and J. M. Davis. The bill belonged to W. W. Davis and he valued the note Eye, Ear, Nose, & Throat, ? •;4- * T Ami tl .1. - rivi-tinn nf Km fraction by Scientific Fitting of Glasses. -l.>ri,>M-,>pi,. ami ]!|i,oil cxnuilnn- .1,. r,,,- I-liysiciaii., who a-r.) i im ki- tin-in. ljUM.;*. MIL.'. Kit si. Ci,i|li, r ,,the. Mo. -<| t 1* I Richardson came home and shot his wife twice, across the yard to •ery highly, im. It waa returned to bat just as she was door he fired the fatal at noon She ran a neighbor's, reaching the I-H-K-I' shot, the that eware of Ointments for catarrh Contuiu Mercury, i mercury will Mir.'ly destroy the sense of nellilml compl.Telj- denmite the wliole Xi'ln when ent.'i-lni> II throllKh the 11111- iii-, jurfnees. Sucli ardcli's should never on iiresoriiitlon.i from reput- . .. Tfce Kind You Have Always Bough? ' " Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circula- Stops all trouble that inter- UNION PACIFIC EVERY DAY From September 15. to October 31, 1UOU. 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 Fidelity Trust Co. ISldg.. Kansas City, Mo. tion. feres with nutrition, That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Te will do. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents Swetland Drug company. THE^TEX.tl^OXDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and all troat- E. VV. THREE ADDITIONS Rev. J. Frank Snched to two large congreg the First Baptist ohviday morning- and evening the morning services thions were made to the chiecial music was rendered jjoir. j Rheumatic troubles. Sold by . us (lie ilauiuire they will do muni youviin possibly de druggists or two months not| ment by mail for 81. Dr. St. Louis, Send for Mo. testimonials. As a dressing for sores, bruises If you like Coffee drink it, try Dr. Shalth I Hall. 2926 Olivo street Coffee.. It's true th»ff ee ' does disturb the Stteart and Kidneys. Butop's Health Coffee has UQ ofj and burns, CHAMBERLAIN'S true coffee in it. It ing, SALVE is all that can be desired. wholesome and harm to ^ ' s soothing and Healing in its ef- the youngest child, ado fect - Price, 25 cents. For sale by from parched grainst it)'* 10 N. J. Swetland Drug Co. forms a food-like dri-ing the true flavor of Omd Mooha Coffee. Sold boll and E. J. Barneybac; DB. H. M. GBACE, Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4 and 5. Wall- brunn building. Phones: Office 398: residence 3!>9. J. E. CALL A WAY, M. D Anv Chronic Ailment, Disease. Eve, Ear. Nose and Throat ariven special attention. Office in Walbrunn Bld'jf Office Phone 57. Residence Pho^e 11. OR. W.H. PERRY, Homeopath Office Rooms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn building. Kesidence 1542 west Calhoun St. Office nhone. No. 531: residence ohone. No. 593. All calls in cin and countrv answered promptly •'--. or nig'ht- m (StritaFe mm There's Work for You in California. All classes of labor may find steady employment in 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 City. On sale via Santa Fe Every day unui Octobei 31. inclusive. 'ENNYROYAL FILLS "~~ THE »IA»OKD RIUKD. Lmitn! Ask yMJ-Dnirtist for/ x 210-dMMcr'. POb fa Bed/ Bud -GoM atcalUc boxes. <c*led\ J.-ith Blue JUbboi. T«kcDOoU>er. of roar Daus)a*iul «sk far • .-«e xn I-ILLK, {<*t& B«t. Safest. Mnyt ' llluilralrd leaflet showios rate o( \\*ascs, fr«r to those who apply to G. W. Hagenbuch, General Agent, The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway, 905 Main St.. Kansai City. Mo. NICK STEPHENSON. Nick Stephenson, the Abell grocery store,i a step ladder Saturday of broken crockery badhis throat. It took fouaes to sew UD the woiindt a restless night Sundayo- ported not so well M<n- ing. la these days of ,ru'ry courtesy is often forghe mad, pell mell rush oit- tie things are done tiat we rather remained A hastily eaten meal aiit- ant headache may caal or financial loss. Tin or womam is the onees little ills of this soilo dose of KODOL for k. It digests what you jts your stomach backe. Sold by Clark's Phai : Thomas Twooneyjs City arrived here £jl spent the day with frie city, ; Engllsa SDiivln I.lnumunt TIMIIOVOS Hurd. Soft or Calloused Lumps mid [siem- from liorsi's. Hlood Spnvlns, Curbs Splints. Sn-onm.-)', Itinu Hom\ S t 1 11 o a Sprains, nil Swollen Throats, rouuiia, nto SnvtllSUuy USB of ony buttle. Wnrrautetl the most — ontl»r/ul lilwiilsh (.'urn iivcry knowi Sold by the N..!. Sur«!n'n(l Druir f'o Pinesalve cleanses wounds, highly antiseotec, uneaquelcd for cracked hands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Moberly Democrat—Mrs. W. E Summers and daughter, Miss Sybil of Chillicothe, will spend several days this week with Mrs. P. J. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stewart of Brookfield are in the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Lee Win aas. nhysicijui! ! fllld I.,11 riv,- friiiiitln'iii.IIALI/SCATAItKri (UDIK nmiiiifiictuiv.l hy F. S.Ch.-n.'.v AC.,., Tok>il'). (>., ^,,nl.-iln> nit tneri-iiry,iin(l Is taken In- ti'nnilly.jn-liriu liln-c! ly upim llii-hlood itnil iniic.iii-i ^in-r.-i.-.--: of th.' sj-slvm. In buyinc Hull's (::i[iirrh Clnv hu s tm . y,, u fcl thc'irmi- »'"". M N til!;.-n InU'riinlly mill niiidi- in J'oli'dn. niilii. ny K. J.Ch.'iicy A-Co. T.-stl- iHini.-ils fiv,.. Si-.hl l,y Pri.-cu'jsls. I'rii:.-. r.iu p.T hot tic. Tnki- Hull's Family 1'IIIs for ciiiLstipatluli. ASSESSED C?EEN TOWNSHIP. J. V. Ramsey, deputy county ^ssessor, returned Saturday night ball entering the back and passing entirely through the body. 'He went into the house, lay down on the bed, placed the gun to the back of his head and fired. The whole side of his head was shot off. WAS A VEKY SICK BOY But Cured by Chambarlain's Colic, f' 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 j Midland, Mich, This remedy can j be depended upon in the most severe cases. Even cholera infantum is cured by it. Follow the plain printed directions and a cure ia certain. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. | DAVIS £ SONS, | £ ATTORNEYS AND j COUNSELORS. ? Notary always in office. :: | Office: 516 Washington | I? St., Chillicothe, Missour ± I "I* » from Green township whore he had completed taking assessments of that township. He went to the WABASH RATES If you want to go to .New York now is the time, the rate is very South precinct Monday morning, low, first class tickets and first Tho laxative effect of CHAM- | t^ S cervlce> B.RLA.N'SSTOMACHandLIV-i^^trr I now have six register- 4- e.l (.:.-\LLO\V AY bull t calves that will be a vear old in 4- I'Vbruary. March :mci April next * that tiv will sol! at s.lo.00 for j" choice. They are ifood ones and £ sii-ud by Imp. Lord Rolland of 4- llunsil, a Campfoilower bull. 4 "i" miles wi-.st of A'valon. Two took X premiums at Ghillicothe Fair 4- t John H. Hoyt & Son ± R. R_ I, Dawn, Mo. -H ? rf 1 ER 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. Prico, 25 cents. Samples free at the N, J. Swetland | )rue Store. excursions. One the round trip, [tickets on sale first and third Tuesday of each month, limited for return 21 days from date of sale. W. E. CREAMER, Agent. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. The county board of equalizi- ou met Monday to hear the com- I A cold taken at this time of tho year is generally hard to get rid of but it will not be able to withstand Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar. ..... .That will cure all colds, coughs, lamts if any, in regard to the re- croup, whooping cough, etc., by ont assessments imposed by that driving them out through the bow- body on tho merchants. | olg . If vou have a ,.„,« fcry jfc and ret your money back. Sold by the N. J. I a The products of tins Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Electric l.'ai-s. \\"c cater to tho tr:tdu that knows. proprietor. , McGormick Bros. Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar, if not cured the original laxative cough syrup, No c P iates acts as a cathartic on tho bowels. I Swotlau d Drug Co. It is made from the tar gathered. CANDIDATES' CARDS The CONSTITUTION prints candidates' cards in any size or quan- . Prices reasonable; work the best. dtf Por Infants and Children. Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of from the pine trees of our own country, therefore it is the best for children. It is good for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, otc. Try our free offer. Sold by the JN r . J. Swetland Drug Co. i „,, »-._ Wnen two strong men come to Elder Clarence Wagner, Mrs. °l°ws,even if they are well match- Wagnor and baby arrived Mon- ed > Jt is n °t a pleasant sight, but if day from Shelbyville on a visit to p* 16 man wno gets the worst of it Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Crutcher. They wil1 us e DE WITT'S WITCH are on route to Garden City, Kas., HAZEL SALVE, ho will look bet- Mr. Wagner having recently Jbeen ter and feel better in shoit order. called to tho pastor ite of the Christian church at that ulace. For developing s. Cleanliness is then medicine. If you wa- ure and good heal- ister's Rocky Mounta or Tablets, 35 cents .-j- and. , Mrs. R. R. Prichard and children, Roxie and Neal, left Sunday afternoon for Princeton, there to make their future home. Are you troubled with pilosPOne application of ManZan will give you immediate relief. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug^Co. A sour stoi.-vicb, a bad breath, a pasty complixi.j.i and other consequences (.f ,'t ( i.-ordered digestion are quickly removed by the use of Ring'=i Dy^pcosia Tablets. Two days treatment froo. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Mrs. J. E. Lewis, who had been Be sure you get DE WITT'S. Good for everything a salve is used for, including piles. Sold by Clark's ! Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. William Adams of West Webster street are the parents of an 8-pound boy born Sunday. It is a well known medical fact that pine resin is most effective in iu the city the gueat of her father I t ' le treatmant of diseases of the J. V. Ramsey, will leave Tuesday morning for Hutchison, Kas., where she will visit relatives and friends bo.foro returning to her home in Denver, Colo. Miss Genevra Jf Stanberry is the gui Pannie Atwell, Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. t) McFall Sunday to tives. Allen Visit went rela- -TE-OP'-A-tHY. The drugless remedy for the relief of tlie suffering.,1s rapidly wlnnSpff.Iavor with thinking people. For-further information see . J Dr, T. C. Phelps Dr. Lavinajeaucamp •>•••• -•* iyj^?iJS ; ';jig'' \3onsnltaMonandrExalaJnatlon FREE. ;., ;. £ Phoiie^SOffice 141;/^Elesldertce: Jf helps 208; BeaucSmnp 352. loflamxxiatorT Kheumah 3 D a v f Morton L. Hill, of Lebi; My wife had Innarania^j n every muscle and joint s errible and her body and ji Almost beyond recognition or six weeks and had elKiit eoelved no benefit until sli Onrc for Rffnumatlsm. It etfef nnd she wus able to «fe ays. 1 am sun? it saved b- Jf-J.Swetlnnd DruKOonl' Sears tho Signature of Pimples treatment. call for immediate There's nothing more J. T. Jackson of the Nqjth precinct is transacting business in Kansas City. oSensivo and dreaded than a pret- ' ty face covered with eruptions, i Tho body must be kept perfectly j healthy with Hollistor's Rocky ! Mountain. Tea- Tea or Tablets I 3j oents. — N. J. Swetland Drug Co. bladder and Kidneys. Sufferers, from backache and other troubles due to faulty action of the kidneys find relief in the use of Pine-ules. Si 00 buys 30 days treatment. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Mrs. Roy Putnam returned Sun- from an extended yisit with hor daughter, Mrs. H. E. Lang, at ^ t- Jos eph. SOUTH LOCUST ST. LIVE R YME N have addeil to their stock the finest Funeral Cnr ever brouirht to' Chillicothe. f>L'$ides doing', a general livery business, they frivo'specird attention to funerals. They also make carriage calls (day or night) to any r art of the city or county. Telephone 150. 410 S. Locust St. PUBUCSALE I will.soil at piilillciiui-rion nt my farm, •'l.'j Mlilvs i-ii-ifof C'!iillii-ocln-, on OOT. 2, The following ih^crllietl property: One gentk- huy-y horse. 1 draft horse, L iivu-yt-ai'-old tfelclin", 1 ono-year-o!d -elding, t 'foui--v : eai'- old mare ;ind colt, li milch cows ;j steer calves. ^ heifer calves. 45 J shouts. 4 brood .sou's, -.vith piu-g by .side, 1 thoi-ouirhbreil Poland-China boar, I niowei-. L' cultivators. 40 acres corn in field "'•'(> trei-s of apples in orehai-J, :B loads of dry stove \Vood, INeivinuu Bros ' organ, all my household*nd kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. M. £. KLEIN Gci. £. Siifer, flue. Dr. Calvin Allen of Laoledo spent Sunday in the city the guest of relatives and friends; Harry Keath of Moborly, who has been the guest of his mother, Mrs. E. B, Keath. North Walnut street, is confined to his home with an attack of typhoid fever. Tou little knew met That somei day yp The lucky fellow '''' 2^Stove Polish Briehtest, cleanest, best— most.economlcal. Every pnrtl-1 el« can b« used.. GaanmlpH to ea tirlM I rttqat polUbfi. DOE3.10T BCK.VOFF. I FREE SAHDPLE Address Dept. 2.1 ""---"-" -—--'"• ~ •dialer J, ffirlfi.X tho work of KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE MONEY and TAR — the origin.11 laxative cough syrup. Contains no opiates. Clark's Pharmacy. . . jxri 1: ;j!; Every mother feels a • great dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the most critical "period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery- Good for the cou-h removes the ' M » ther s f riend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great cold, the cause of th«co.,..h. That's i £?™T^ rf^*" °* "i ^^' ^ hou [ which . is dreaded as woman's , . severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer' despondent or '• gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions an* overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and"the -' Sold byj serious accidents so common to the critical -'---.-• -.: ; hour are obviated by the use of Mother's —r- — • i Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold " Tone the Uver, move the'bowels, j says many who have used it. $1.00 per cleanse the system. Dado's Little! bottle at drug stores. Book containing Liver PiUs-neyer gripe. Sold byj valuable information of interest to all women ttoe'^.J/STTetlandDrugpo.,.':;", vj be ^°^,^, anv address free npon applica '..;_••'.•-•-' .;.,. •-.-. •' ^''"- : ; i .''•:>" "''-.';•:••'''••': • ''. : *. : flf M * h - r ~— m - ——— - —*• -«.•• >^ RCQULATO.t

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