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CHILIJCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. 29 1906 W. FOLK, Governor'of Missouri, will speak in Chillicothe to'clotsk oniSaturday, October 6th. This will be the Governor's ••• •' -••;' " .note speech of; the Missouri campaign. It will be free to everyone. .... l^/.Coine.and hear the man who makes issues tell what the issue in Mis- -St. P. Tim* Card; .WEST BOUND >k train, carries pas- -"-T&betweeitChillico- idlja-wson •. 7:10pm —Southwest limited. Ohl„, caec-Kansas Olty. 5:27 am sSfrjJo. 'Sir-Localpassenger between ;.«?^:>^'". "V -;i1hf!H«»tfi« in.nrf T?ii.nKfi& , ^Chicago—Kansa . 2OH3T-'B«s«enger. ' :V%'':;EAST BO 7:00a m 2:41 -p in EAST BOUND n Chll- ie and Seymour — 12 :5n a m t departs — 8:05 pm Olty — Chicago 1 :09 p m L'passenger between <0hllllcotlie and Kansas 8:15 p m ,Kan- Ityto Chicago, St. 8:40 pm trains enter Union Sta- J* Nos. 5 ana 12 stop at irjhinioothe, Excelsior Springs, «'.5Frfil carry passengers as far as Sey•-'--^"9 wfll <sarijf passengers as tar as >j5s.:MlCH6LAS, Agrent. CAMERON VS. CHILLICOTHE. The first foot ball game of the season in Chillicothe is being pulled off at South End park this afternoon between the Cameron High school eleven.and the Chil..«v» u, Hcothe High school team. »uuam Saturday was an ideal day for a foot ball game and the team's being evenly ~ matched a good- game is in progress. The local 'boys have not had the practice of the Cameron eleven thus they are somewhat to a disadvantage. The Camerop team arrived on the 10:56 Burlington trairT accompanied by a large crowd of rooters. There was an unusually large crowd in attendance at the opening game. Wabish Time Card. „. Express, St. fjjonls and beyond.- 12:2Sam " • Express, St. Intermediate ,.: 4:58 pin . Freight, dally exv >';-X?cept Sunday. 12:3Up m '':' v ."'v'%BBT BOUND TRAINS. So j : j—Pacific Express, Council i ~;:.":Ki;.Bluffs, Omaha and lor ;^. -:^.--.' 'points beyond.. 2:OUam S'-jN6. 8—Tivesteru Mall and Express 3:45 p in ^So.f51—Local .freight, • dally ex- Ki^";All s'passenBer trains run dally. The WiWabttsb. via Omaha, makes the quickest >* .i'Stline to San Francisco,- Portland, Salt ^iiRiIaks Olty and Intermediate points. Nuin- ~C.*ert5 make Rood connections aWBrunswlek 'for Kansas City and points west. Bears tie Signature Of o> 3=8. -s. ^a.. Tfr.3 Ki'id Ytlll H3V6 Always BOUJT)]' PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Ella Dace of Denyer,is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Johnson. Miss Faye Harvey of M«adville, was shopping in the city Saturday. James Kriner of Sturges transacted business in the city Saturday. G. W. Howard of Cowgill transacted business in the city Friday evening. E E Reed came in off the road Saturday and will gpuud Sunday with friends. Virgil Glore of Laredo was in the city Saturday on business aua visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Scott and daughter of Ludlow were shopping in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ragsdale of Moberly were in the city Friday evening the guest of friends. Nelson K err and J. A. Kevte of Breckenridge were in the city Saturday the guest of friends. Charles Grace of Kansas City- arrived in the city Friday night and is visiting relatives and friends, i Guy Williams of Creston, Iowa, arrived Saturday to spend Sunday with'relatives and friends .in the city. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Weber will go to Kansas City Monday where they will spend the week ' with friends. Mrs. A. A. Fellows and Mias Lulu Wells spent yesterday visiting Mrs. Dan Drake and family of Utica. That tired feeling is a burdin you need not carry. Hood's Sarsaparilla will rid you of it and renew your courage. Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseptec, uneaqueled for cracked hands. Good for cuts. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Judge Ira Donovan, who has been in the city the guest of friends for the past three day^, returned to hrs home in Medicinb township Saturday. Mrs. C. B. Fordyce and little daughter, Ozena, will leave Sunday for a week's Visit with tela- tives and friends in the northern part of Missouri and Iowa. "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters cured mo." —J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. Constipation causes headache, nausea, dizziness, languor,, heart BANDITS PURSUED San Antonio, Tex., Sept 28— Forty heavily armed bandits, also said'to be revolutionists, who took Jimineie (Mexico) by storm yesterday, killing two of the police, putting them to route, looting the municipal treasury, the treasurer being taken captive, are bung pursued by Mexican troops. Several of the bandits have been killed, it is reported. President Diaz has ordered cavalry to proceed to the scene and further trouble is not expected. A message sent to President Diaz from Ciudad Poifirio Diaz by the Mayor said that quiet now reigns at Jiminez and throughout the province. It is rumored that trainmen saw a large number of armed men near Torreon last Tuesday evening. The consul at El Paso denies that the attack on Jiminez was made by revolutionists or that an organized revolutionary movement is on foot. Jiminez is a town of about 1000 inhabitants and is situated 30 miles above Eagle Pass. The Itch Fiend That is Salt Rheum or Eczenm,-one of the outward manifestations of scrofula. It comes in itching, burning, oozing, dry- in?, and scaling patches, on the /ace, head ; hand.'-, less or hoc!}-. It cannot b<- cured by outward applications,—tin* blood must be rid of the impurity to which it is due. Has cured the most persistent and tUlIicult ca?es. Accept no substitute fur Hood's; nc substitute ants like ifc. -" CLASSIFIED ABVEBTISffiilENTS Froni the Oo'unibia Herald. J. A. McCarter of Maoon, who has the contract to build the now court house, said Friday that he had shipped his machinery consisting of one hoisting "engine, four derricks, a concrete mixer, ropes, cables, blocks, and other things, from Macon and expected it to reach Columbia Friday. Mr. M cCarter stated that it is his ictention to complete the first story and the concrete floors this fall and to finish the entire building and have it ready for occupancy by January 1, 1908—a year sooner than the contract requires Mr. McOarter has rented the Brockman house on West Broadway and will move his family here same time in October, 190G His foreman,S. C. Ziegler, is now in Columbia. 4:12 a m 4:4o a m 0:50 a m Bmlingfon Time Card. .Ifi—For Kansas City, St. Joe, .!> " Council Bluffs, Omaha, .-*•' ... Neb. Colorado, Pacific > Coast, from St. Louis and ;> •Hannibal........,..; '«5^-For Kansas Olty, St. Jo- i•>3eph. -Kansas and West, • frornChlcagoiuid Qulncy : 'l^TjOcal Passenger for Kan~ <»r-Local Passenger to Mis~ ijouri Biver and Vest. ~ fronithoEast.;. '. 12:31 pm =41—-The; Burlington—North""'.'•: :ern Pacific Express, for , : Kansas Olty, St. Joe, •;;, Northwest, Neb., Black . --;Hlll8, Wyo.,Mont.,Wash.. ; :Tnget Sound, Portland, : Bt.Xonis. S—Nebraska-Colorado Express, to St. Joseph and ..._- - ' West from the East »-Sro. J *«l-HWay Freight, west bound l«r-To Hannibal, St. Louis & '-;. *, East.lrom West ANorth- HOGS 5G HIGHER CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas City, Sept. 29—The live stock market for today,as reported by Clay, Robinson & Co., waa as follows: Cattle—Receipts 200; market unchanged. Hogs--Receipts 2000; market 5s higher; bulk 8635 to §6.45; top 86.52. Chicago. Sept. 29—CattJe—Re- ceipts 500;market unchanged. - Hogs—Receipts !.(,000; market 5c higher. Sis seamstresses wanted by Mrs. Golden, South Elm street. dtf. -"4— Local Passenger to Han- pi- ' i-> nlbal;St."Louis. Illinois, S;::':•-"..,xSg Chicago, Peoria, St. L.,K. Pi : ~^.-\~:":-'-i~ *N-'W.iPOlnts 10:51a n xytNp.i ,1^-10 Hannibal; St: Louis 'i ;u- " and the East, from\the : ;' V"West........ 11:50 a in i.' ; W-^Iiocal for Brookfleld from /:; X "'Kansas Olty... •.: 8^pm >" W-jTo Qulncy, Ohicago Pe s -> t'Oriaand East, St. L. K. & points 9:20pm Freight; east bound 2M5p m R/B. JORDAN, Aeent. palpitation. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan'a Regulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask your druggist. Mrs. A. A. Fellows leaves Monday morning for a week'a ''isit with frienda at Springfield, 111. Mr. Fellows gives a large demonstration tor the J. I. Chase plow works at the Illinois State Fair each year. It is a well known medical fact that pine resin is most effective in the treatment of diseases of the bladder and Kidneys. Sufferers from backache and other troubles due to faulty action of the kidneys find relief in the use of Pine-ules. SI 00 buys 30 days treatment. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. The Armin players,-a high-class organization of clever people, are booked to appear at the Luella for one week, starting Monday night, October 1st. This clever company of players have just finished a sixteen weeks' stock engagement of record breaking business at the Lyceum theatre in St. Joseph, Mo. The opening bill will be the beautiful war drama "CUMBERLAND 61." Ladies' free Monday night—usual conditions. Fain from e. Burn Promptly Relieved by Chamberlain's Fain Balm A little child of Michael Straus?, of Vernon, Conn., was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand, and as cold applications only increased the inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stbp the pain. Mr Nichols says: "I advised him to use CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM, and the first application drew out the inflammation and PCS. S.S.L.K buys a 5-room cottage near First ward school Ground 100 feet square. Good neighborhood. Water and sink iu kitchen. luquire at this cifice. dtf For sale—Cottage iu Gravesville, three lots, two wells, everything in good condition. Pric< §550. Will tike team and wagon or cow as part payment. William Misonhelter, at County Infirmary. For Sale—A number of household and kitchen articles. »E R Sheetz, 313 Calhoun. s20d'it For sale cheap—Modern house at Ho East Calhoun St. Inquire on premises. lOsdtitwi For Sale—A part of my furniture. Inquire at residence, 420 east Clay. Mrs. Frank McNamarr s21di!w For sale cheap:—Largest size Buck's Brilliant hard coal base- burner. Inquire thi= office. s21d(ii For sale—New class condition, office. piano in first Inquire at this s24dlw For sale—A top, single buggy almost new. Also set single harness. Will soil at a bargain if taken at once. 28sdtf Saunders-Turner Lumber Co. For Sale—Hard coal stove good as new with pipe and elbows. Inquire at this office. 29sdlw For sale—Art Garland base burner, piano and household effects. Inquire of Thomas Houk, 720 Vine street. 29sdlw gave immediate relief. I have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for :uts, burns, strains and lame back, and have never known it to disappoint." For sale by the N. J. S wetland Drug Co. ELOPED WITH MARRIED MAN. Mexico, Mo , Sept. 28—Miss Annie Jones, daughter^ of Thomas Jones, a farmer near hero,and Leo Hampton, 21 years old, who has a wife and child, eloped to this city, Thursday night, followed closely by the girl's father. Friday morning the girl was found. The groom had gone and the girl was awaiting his return, obdurate to her father's plea to accompany him home. Thursday night the girl's father fired two shots at Hampton as he drove away with his daugh- ter CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. * The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of FOB BENT 6 office rooms, besc on north side of square, li quire C. L. Waite. For rent: House of (5 rooms; barn, buggy shed, two lots; near >chool. Mrs. Ml L. Johnson, North Cherry st sMcltf For Rent—7-room house in good repair. Seymour Wigely. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner Webster and Cherry streets. George P. Sturges, pastor. Announcement for Sept. 3**9:30 a.m. Sunday B^^ool W. H. Perry, Supt. ^, 11:00 a. m. ^-sacramental Service. ^-'" Sublet: "The Blessedness of H-tiger." 7:00 p.m. Epworth League, W F. Starkey, President. 8:00 p. m. Preaching by pastor. Beginning with Oct. 1 the evening services will be held at (5:30 and 7:30 respectively. All cordially invited. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH—Corner Clay and Vine streets. John Frank Smith, pastor. Announcement for Sept 30. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, J. W. Botts, Supt. Quarterly Review by pastor. 11:00 a.m. Preaching by pastor. Subject: "A Neglected Condition of Blessings.'' 7:00 p. m. B. Y .P. U. meeting. L. E. Allen, president Conquest meeting. 8:00 p.m. Preaching by pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Pews free and public cordially invited. CHRJSTIAN CHURCH—Corner Cherry and Jackson streets. Regular services as follows: J. N. Crutcher, pastor. Announcement for Sept.30. 9:-15 a. m. Sunday school, J. L. Newland, Superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Preaching by Mr.J. N. Crutcher. Subject: "The Homing Instinct." 7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor Bert Haynes, leader. 8:00 p.m. Preaching by Elder J. N. Crutcher. Subject: "What is Your Life?" * Society and Clxibs * For rent—Furnished rooms with all modern improvements. Inquire this office. dlw Suit of rooms furnished for light houseueeping. Inquire at this office. dlt HELP WANED—MALE Wanted—Energetic, trustworthy man or wom:iu to work in Missouri representing l.irgo Manufacturing ConiDiiny. Sulnr.v §50 to SOO per month paid weekly. Expenses advanced. J. H. MOORE, Chillicothe, Mo. Boy wanted itt the factory. Crow Cigar die Men Wanted—For street paving work, also toanirters. J. E. Meek 3l8d&wsw Wanted—Trustworthy man to manage branch office and distributing depot for large manufacture. Salary to start with, §1500 for first year, payable monthly, JC £*«**»»* Kk**K»ftK««.*»«**«ft Mrs. J. P. Burk entertained twelve of her friends at her home on West Third street Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Ciiarles Rheem of OskoshjWis.^ who is in the city yisiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Broaddua. Tne evening was spent iu conversation and games. At a late hour refreshments consisting of ice cream, cake, coffee and grarjo' juice "were served by the hostess. Itt Mrs. Andrew Loeper gave a six o'clock dinner last evening, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs Jasper Blackburn. The dinner was a very informal affair but none the ess enjoyable. The color scheme was pink and white. .*~»-«—•.— . . SHORTAGE IN POSTOFFICE. Kansas City, Mo , Sept. 23—An investigation at the Kansas City postofllcs, which has been in oro- gress for the past two weeks by nine inspectors, sent here from Washington, has brought to light a shortage of S2579.77 in the accounts of an employe. The shortage has been made good by and extra commission and ex- |Postmaster Harris. The decrep% 11:50011 feer? OF^fll-DATE IRE BHftNDED ILION HEGIAL IND GUIRfiHTEED. NEWLAND & DiOER, , CLOTHIERS. UTICA CCOUPLE WED Marriage license was issued Saturday to Stanton Barker and Miss Kva Taylor ' both of They Get them right. in the relief of Headache and E restrain. were married by Probatfl'' Judge Absolute satisfaction- Umphalbaugh in his office Satur. day moin/.ng. The couple will spend Sunday in the /city with friends. They will return to Utica Monday where Mr. Barker has fitted up a home for his bride. A. B. MACDONALD Y EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER: ^autify the Complexion ; IN TEN DAYS. Nadinola CREAB5, the un- cndorsol by tboo- sancs, and guaranteed to r e m o v A freckles, pimples, liver-spots, tan, sal- . toe worst case in 20 dayi, ? i&e-ieauty of youth. Price Or. Mliar J. Simpson, SUR.GEON AND OCULIST Pivvclice.devot- cd to Surjrery and Diseases of the Eye. Ear Nose, Throat. Special attention given to surgery of the Eve. Nose and Thtoat. CLASSES FITTED Office in Herman Bldg. North Hid'- So.. Pliones SSand 212 lose ATTENTION, ODD FELLOWS 1 Al\ members of the local!. O O. P. lodge are requested to meet at the hall at two o'clock Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral."of our late brother, W. S, Chase. Noah Rauli, V. G. THIRD NEW YORK TICKET New York. Sept 28—It was announced tonight that the Municipal Ownership league will put a third state ticket in the field with Charles E. Hughes at its hoa"d. It is planned to select the full state ticket within the next few days. Mr. Hughes it ia said, was notified of the action and expressed his appreciation of the stand the organization had taken. Mr. Hughes is Republican candidate for the governorship. THEARMIH PLAYERS Krom-tho Lawrence, Kns , .louniiil. Sept. 1<1. The Armin Players completed a week's engagement here on Saturday night and did what no other popular priced company has been able to do, filled the opera house every night. The company was a penses. Applicant must have good references and S1000 cash, capital secured. Experience unnecessary. Address, Manufacturer, P. 0. Box 711 Chicago, III. 20s 4 Sat. Wanted: General agent for Eastern and Central Missouri. Salary. Expenses advanced. References. J. E. MeBray & Co. Chicago. dlt BOOM AMT» BOAKD board for Oood room and iOli South Elm. two. dlw WANTED Wanted: Home and place to work by capable womau. Inquire :ounty infirmary. dtf ancy arose, he bookkeeping. says, from bad LOST AND FOUND Found—Bunch of keys. Owner can have same by calling at this Office and identifying the keys and paying for this notice Lost—Cordu oy coat wtih high collar. Finder please, leave at this office. d2t superior one and pleased audiences nightly. largo This company will bo at the Luella all next week. Have Swsst CMer i Next May SNYOER SURRENDERS. CONSTITUTION Special St. Louis, Sept. 29— Robert' M. Snyder, the Kansas City traction promoter indicted yesterday for bribery, surrendered at noon today and waa released on §10,000 bond, A CLEVEB~Sii('"POSTEB. Victor Stevens has on exhiot- tion at Seymour Wigley's drue store a clever poster advertising the coming of Governor Folk to hillicothe on October 6. The Dicture shows the Governor in a speaking attitude while at the top and botton are boodlers in stripes and chains, illustrative of the Governor's effective work as a prosecutor. Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil instantly relieves the pain—quickly cures the wound. .Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find .the Photos at STILL AT THE OLD STAND E. M, GRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTINQ SPECTACLES Residence oronerty in Gravesville, belonging to Mary E. and E. M. Austin, was sold at sheriff's sale under deed of trust in front of the court house, Saturday afternoon, by Sheriff George Yeomans. It was bought by S. A. Corwin for S540. STATE For the above occasion the Bur-' lington route will sell round trip tickets for $4-1*0 good going on trains reaching destination on or %3 K> B I ^efere Oct, 4th retu^mg up fo " T- 1 , I anA^£Bnln«9imn> fl^t-~ a • Pi'oserve some cider this fall with S:ilicvlio iitid or Sulpliite of linn' anil you can koej> it sivect for ;i yoa.f. Tile ijuautity used is so small that it does not in the least affect the flavor of the cider and is entirely harmless. Our Salicylic acid is the jjure article, made from wintergreen. You do not jfct this grade at all stores. Make sure of getting right materials by cominu- here from them. Clark's Pharmacy SENATOR CLARK'S RIB BROKEN Helena, Mont., Sept. 28—A. special to the Record from Butte says that word has been received from Marseilles, France, to the effect that Senator W. A. Clark was in automobile wreck and sustained a broken rib. At last accounts the patient was slowly recovering. As a dressing for sores, bruises and burns, CHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE is all that can be desired. It is soothing and healing in its effect. Price, 25 cents. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. MORAN THE MANAGER Jesse Mbran, who moved from Wheeling to Wellsville, where he publishes t|ie . Wellsville Record, thajgapager of 4 fair recently OUR OPEN POLICY. There is absolutely nothing to con- eal about this business. Our methods * U-P liberal, open and above hoar" and j'noclern in every sense of the word. ISoin? a store economically ailmims- teifd on a very small margin of profit —under-buyiii", under-selli itf—New- land &. Dider present a trading proposition that appeals with tremendous force to every person wishing to corn- bine satisfaction and economy in the purchase of fall apparel. Oil- plans and preparations in behalf of our ycuiig men patrons are tfiate compleie. Only makers of esrobl shed reputations have contributed to our stocks thus insuring the highest standard of quality and styles than can be relied upon.. AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF MEN'S FALL SUITS. Kxtraorciimu-y for several reasons, because w'll (ii ;my mar., he he stout or lean, tail or >lu>rt—Iwausu everv suit in this <:i!i- is a new fall model, and becauso tin-, price is fully one-third less than llu-se suits are actually worth. Men's fast black Hockey Thibets, the thihet that is warranted, absolutely fast and not to wear jflossy. Our price Men's double twisted cassimere suits, dark i;'ray steel mixtures, that will not show soil easily. patterns We recommend these suits for hard service. Our price Men's Fancy worsted suits, and sedate gray pin check single and double breasted coat cut full length and made with excellent tilting collars. Our price Others up to *_7.50. WEST SIDE SQUARE $10.00 imere suits, es. patterns iilv. We rec- $10.00 ts, in tasty ck patterns, $10.00 NEWLAND <& DIDER To Save Money and be more _ comfortable Is a pretty good combination. There are no cold rooms in a house where there is a BARLER GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY TO BE FREE FROM SMOKE m SMELL. Minteerft Williams The World's Most Popular Piano Folio Now on SaSe at Stone's Music Store 128 Pages 9x12 Heavy Book Paper, Clear Type, Paper and Cloth Bound TO THE MUSIC CRITIC. In looking over tho list of "The Most Popular Piano Pieces'* given below, you cannot help uotic'mif the admirable blending of the concert, drawing room, sacred anil popular forms of music. We have endeavored to produce a collection which could not fail to contain several pieces at least which would please everybody. How well we have succeeded wo leave you to juJge. BY GEORGE ROSEY Complete Table of Contents: Seci-ot (Tlie, futcriEex^L> I'i/.zicato ) L. Givutier Sereriata M. Mos/kowski Palms (The) Faure Sorella (La. Spanish March) Borel-Clare, C. Salut D'Amour Elgar, E. •^Nocturne (Op. 9, No. -) Chopin, F. Valse Bleue Margis', A. Bridal Chorus (Lohengin) Wagner, R. C/arine (La. Mazvrka) Ganne, L. Polish Dance .--. Scharwenka, X. Shepherd Coy Wilson, G. D. Flmeral March of a Marionette Gounod, C. Gavalleria Rustieana ([ntcrmez/.o) Mascagni, P. Naila (Intei'me/./.o from "Ballet").... Delibcs, L. Paloma (La) - Yraclier Cinquantaine (La) Gabriel-Marie Melodie ia F .Rubinstein. A. Waltzing Doll (Poupee Valsante) .' Poldini, E. "Minute" Waltz (Op. (it, No. 1) Chopin, F. Evening' Star (Tannhauser) Wagner, R. Anitra's Dance (Peer Gynt) Grieg, E. Spring Song Mendelssohn, V. i'^o Handel, G. F. Gavotte (Alignon) •» Thomas, A. Love's Dream After the Ball f. C'zibulka, A. Traumerei Schumann, R. Wedding March (Midsummer Night's Dream) Mendelssohn, F. Monastery Bells Wely, L. Pizzicato ("Sylvia Ballet") Delibes, L. Maiden's Prayer (The) Badurzeivska, T. Loin clu Bai... Gillet, E. Longing for !R>me • Jungmann, A. Under the Double Eagle (March) Wagner, J. P. Stephanie Gavotte Czibulka, A. Soldier's Chorus (FaustJ Gounod, C. List Price 75e. Orders booked for October loth delivery at 50c. We hope we haven't a customer so fastidious as to be unable to fintl some selections to his liking in this folio, whether his taste inclines toward the nocturnes or waltzes of Chopin, the delightful ballet music from "Naila'' or "Sylvia", or the latest dashing Spanish inarch success, "La Sorella." $10.00 WORTH OF MUSIC FOR. SO CENTS. BOOK YOUR ORDER. TO-DAY. Sample Copy can be examined at Stone's Music Store. Price 75c after October 15th. S. A. STONE, 512 Washington St.* Chillicothe, Mo. 'Phone 186. MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE CO. Ml ' ' '-* K~~«*

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