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•CHILtlCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. 21 1906 0 TBe ChilGcothe 1 CONSTITUTION. »»»»>»»»M«««««4« CONSOLIDATED WITH THE MAIL AND SKPTEMBEB 1ST, 1900. STAR J. L. NEWLAND WM. L. W ATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. .Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION pnarantees to advertisers a larger circulation in Llviwston County than hat of all other local papers published in Chilli- eothe combined. •fhe price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is 81.00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting or failing to so pay, will be charged the $1.50 rate. This rule will be strictlv adhered to. Entered at the postofflce at Chillicothe, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as second-class matter.. Office in CONSTITUTION Building, 516.South Washington Avenue. Telenhone No. 105. By Mail—Postage Prepaid: Daily, one vear 85.00 Dailv, six months 2.50 Weeklv. one vear. in advance.... 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends .'.... 1.50 Weekly, six months 75 The Daily will be delivered by carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per w*ek. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptly reported at this . Democratic State Ticket. For Judge of Supreme Oourt, Long Term. A. M. WOODSON. fiADE FRbn NATIVE ROOTS. SAFE AND RELIABLE. That the roots of many native plants, growing wild in our American forests, possess remarkable properties for the cure of tinman maladies is well proven. Even the untutored Indian had learned the curative value of some of these and taught the early settlers their uses. The Indian never liked work so he wanted his squaw to get well as soon as possible that she m'ght do the work and let him hunt. Theiefore, he drje "papoose root" for her, for that was their great remedy for female weaknesses. Dr. Pierce uses the same root—called Blue Cohosh—in his "Favorite Prescription," skillfully combined with oth$r,»geats that make it more effective than any other medicine in curing all r the various weaknesses and painful derangements peculiar to women. Many afflicted women have been saved from the operating table and the surgeon's knife by the timely use of Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Tenderness over the lower pelvic region, with backache, spells of dizziness, faintness, bearing down pains or distress should not go unheeded. A course of "Favorite Prescription" will work marvelous benefit In ail such cases, and generally effect a permanent cure if persisted in for a reasonable length of time. The "Favorite Prescription" is a harmless agent, being wholly prepared from native medicinal roots, without a drop of alcohol in its make up. whereas all other medicines, put up for sale through druggists for woman's peculiar ailments, contain largo quantities of spirituous liquors, which are very harmful, especially to delicate women,. "Favorite Prescription" contains neither alcohol nor harmful habit- forming drugs. All its ingredients are printed on each bottle wrapper. It is a powerful invigorating tonic, imparting health and strength in particular to the orgars distinctly feminine. For weak and sickly women, who are "worn-out," or debilitated, especially for women who work in store, office, or school-room, who sit at the typewriter or sewing machine, or bear heavy household burdens, and for nursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will prove a priceless benefit because of its health - restoring and strengthrgiving power. For constipation, the true, scientific curs Is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Mild, harmless, yet sure. For Judge of Supreme Court, Short Term, w. w. GBAVES. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. DemocraticJCounty Ticket. For Congress W. W. Representative JAMES 0. BANEY complained to the police that his son had dragged him about the room by his whiskers by way of giving him a joyous homecoming. Serves him right for not observing the proprieties of the occasion any better. The first thing an old man ought to do after marrying a young girl is to have his whiskers amputated.- EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Saye Many Chil, licothe Readers Future Trouble Wateh the kidney secretions. See that they have the amber hue of health; The discharges not excessive or infrequent: Contain no "brick-duet like" sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for you. They watch the kidneys and cure them when they're sick. J. N. Ridgway, farmer, living at 1220 Easton at., Chillicothe, Mo., says: "I have had spells of kidneyjtrou bio off and on for several years. At times a cold or over-exertion would start the trouble and I would have a lame back for several weeks. At such times the secretions from the kidneys were too frequent, but scant and painful. I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at the N. J.: Swetland Drug Go's store and commenced using them. They went to the seat ol the trouble at once, correcting the action of the kidneys and reliev- ingjthe pain in my back. Frommy experience with Doan's Kidney Pills I believe them to be a fine medicine, " For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Millburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember t;he name Doan's and take no other. STUDENT AT UNIVERSITY CHARGED WITH FORGERY Also Admitted Robbing the TJniver sity Co-Operativa Store of $1000 Worth of Pens and Jowalry Columbia, Mo., Sept 20—Dottie Earl Zook, 19 year? of ago, a sophomore engineering studenl in the University of Missouri, last night made a full confession to Prosecuting Attorney Harris of having stolen 81000 worth of jevy- elry and Fountain pens from the University Co-operative Store. His home is at Greenfield,-Mo. Zook was detected through the vigilance of a clerk in a local clothing store who had cashed a bogus check for the young student. An investigation resulted in the accusation that Zook has forged three checks for various amounts in this city during the THE LAST OF THE OLD GTJABD. Sheriff MARK WHITE Becorder of Deeds •WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. O. ORE Olerk of the County Court A. M. SHELTON Treasurer IT. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Olerk of the Circuit Oourt MATTHEW :MCBRIDE Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding; Judge County Court 8. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREST M. GILL Judge Western District O. W. GARLIOK For Coroner. R.'H. CABELL. MARK TWAIN told the Associated Press that it ought to adopt reform, spelling. But then you never can tell when Mark is joking. EARLY advices frotn Texas indicate that it won't make much difference what Senator Bailey's. views on government ownership' are in 1908. The removal of Matthew Kielv as chief of the St. Louis police was distinctly in the interest of the service. Kiely was the last representative of the old political machine which formerly made up the St. Louis police department. He was if the expression may be use d, the sole snrvivor of "the Old Guard." He had served under superiors who taught him that duty to the politicians came first; elections must be carried regardless of the methods used and that the suppression of crime was an impossibility. To the new order of things under Governor Folk's administration and that of his police board, with the police entirely out of politics, with a practical demonstration of nearly two years that the law can be enforced and crime suppressed, with the regulation of evils that were before defiant and powerful, and with the annihilation of the election repeater—to such a changed conditionof affairs, Chief Kiely does not seem to have been able to adopt himself. He will doubtless pass into well earned obscurity. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received up to Monday Sept. 2ith at 2 p. m. for certain repairs to be done on the Elm Street Methodist church. Specifications can be seen by cal, — G, Prank Adam E, President Board of Trustees. The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bide. d5t When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation. Be particularly careful about preparations containing opiates. Use KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR, which stops the cough and.moves the bowels. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. ; SENATOR BAILEY ha^settled little tilt with Roger Sullivan. The people of Texas, however, __ probly Won't be SO amiable about do, O., contains no mercury.and Is taken In- Beware of Ointments "for uatarrn that Mercury, ayafrc^s^SJI^CJ^y the sense o£ the - whole the mu-: Mould never ,-JtJitom reput- re'tfiey will do "'W'iiBffijffiiBVUPK' Possibly derive froffllSfem^BQ%LL's OATABBff CUKE manufactarsiiilJy^'SV'oherifey <tOo., Tole- TO TEST EARTHQUAKE LAUSE San Francisco, Sept 20—The San Francisco Examiner says today that the Sharon estate, Barrott estate and the California Wine association have decided to combine in a M million dollar suit against the British insurance companies which by reason of an earthquake clause in their policies, are refusing to settle their San Francisco losses in full. The companies referred to include the Commercial Union, Alliance, Palatine and Norwich Union. Added tj these are the Indemnity and Williamsburg City of this country whose policies contain the same provision purporting to exempt them from liability for Ibss caused by earthquake. past two months,, signing the name of the Catholic priest of the city. In making his confession Zook said that he had been dolngchores for his room and board at the University Military Academy and that upon the evening of the robbery he was returning from a visit to his niece who is also a student in the university, and that in passing through Acadi mic Hall, where is located the students' store, he heard thorn speak of closing. He noticed that they did not lock a window and soon after 6 o'clock he entered the window and carried away the plunder, H&dahna-her never thought of the robbery until he noticed the open window. Zook has been a m ember of the varsity football squad and his brother "Big"Zook of West Point, was a regular sub on last year's team. While in school ho has been quite popular, Zook ilso has a sister in the university this session. The Dynamo of the American People We are a race of workers. Work requires brain, nerve, energy. We glory in achievement. To work and work with might and main, good food is absolutely essential. Although nearly every one eats soda .crackers sometime, yet there are a few people who do not consider their true value as an article of daily food. But it is now a recognized and established fact that the soda cracker contains the most tissue fat and muscle forming elements of any article of food made from flour. is . Great as is the value of the common soda cracker yet it small in comparison with Uneeda Biscuit— the most of •*• - , U W da , Biscuit, the food of power, transmitting as they do the elements so vital to our well-being,.may in very truth be called "The Dynamo of the American Peole." NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY it as Mr. Sullivan. ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous'surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the Bonnine. It is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, oy F. J. Cheney * Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. TOBIUBH) BY SCALP A CHICAGO man of 73 who returned home with a bride of 16, Why Adulterated Paint is Dear A maker of adulterated white lead sneered "Why should paint be pure ? No none eats itr"^ ------------- " ------True, but when white lead is adulterated with barytes, sublimed lead, gypsum, whiting, etc., it loses the qualities which make pure white lead the best paint pigment. _ And when these imitations are sold as white lead, the consumer is deceived into paying white lead prices -for worthless substitutes. Southern Pure White Lead (Hade by tie Old Batch Process) ** contains no adulteration whatever, and when mixed with Pure Linseed Oil lasts as no paint made of cheap imitations can. If your dealer .cannot supply, write us. Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands and Limbs—Suffering Intense— Doctors Said Too Old to Be Cured-An Old Soldier of 80 Years Declares: NATIONAL XEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. ud loth St.. St. Louis. Mo. Fgr («!e by first clsss dealers. DOWIE OFFICIALLY DEPOSED Chicago, Sept 10—FederalJudge Laodis today instructed Receiver Hately to recognize Wilbur Glenn Voliva as the first overseer in the Christian Catholic church in Zion. The ruling formally deposes John Alexander Dowie, the founder of the faith and city. Dowie heard the news propped up in bed. He was greatly enraged at the triumph of his enemies. A protest was filed in court today saying that a hundred votes were cast in the Zion City election for Voliva by persons not members of the colony. The protest was ruled out. The receiver was instructed to rent the Shiloh tabernacle and church building to all wno desired to use it for legitimate purposes. If the church wishes to use the tabernacle it must pay rent and take the treatment accorded others. The ruling permits theatrical companies or organizations or societies to bid for the temple on equal terms with the Zionites. This interpretation violates the cardinal principles of the church and greatly shocked the Zionites. "CUTICURA TREATMENT ISA BLESSING" Pinesalve cleanses wounds, ia highly antiseptec, uneaqueled fop cracked hands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J..Swetland. Drug Co. ' "At all times and to all people I am willing to testify to the merits of Cu- ticura. It saved me from worse than the tortures of hades, about the year 1900, with itching on my scalp and temples, and afterwards it commenced to break out on my hands. Then it broke out on my limbs. I was advised to use salt and water, which I did, to no effect. I then went to a Surgcon, who commenced treating me with a wash of borax. This treatment did me no good, but rather aggravated the disease. I then told him I would go and see a physician in Erie. The reply was that I could go anywhere, but a case of eczema like mine could not be cured; that I was too old (SO). 1 went to an eminent doctor in the city of Erie and treated with him for six months, with like results. I had read of the Cu- ticura Remedies often. I was strongly tempted to give them a trial, so I sent for the Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent and continued taking the Resolvent until I had taken six bottles, stopping it to take the Pills. I was now getting better. I took two baths a day, and at night I let the lather of the Soap dry on. I used the Ointment with great effect after washing in warm water, to stop the itching at once. I am now cured. "The Cuticura treatment is a blessing and should be used by every one who has itching of the skin. I can't say any more, and thank God that He has given, the world such a curative. You can use this letter as you please. A very much befriended man, Wm. H. Gray, 3303 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa., August 2, 1905." Complete External and Internal Treatment for rrery Hnmor,from Pimples to Scrofula, from Infancy to Ace. conniving of Coticura Soap, ac.. Ointment, av.. lipiofv? ent, 50c. tin form of ChoeolaU Coated Pills,2.5c. Ofr'vjiJ of 60),maybehadofalldrugff!it0. A single ert of teAburel? Potter Drug & Chcm. Corp., tola Prop*., Boston atssa. ^«9-ltailcdFr« l "H < )wtoCtu«n!.fj B arI I ig^mon.- J SOTICK TO COXTKACTOKS. Notice Is hereby fiivt'n Ihn't souK'd proposals will be ivcoty'il hy Uio City Auditor of till.' City of Ollllllcolli!'. Mo., up to 12 o'clock, ttoon, on the Hr.st tltiy ot October, 1IKW, for t!io furnlsliinK ot till material and the doinff of till work and labor m?oes.sury to construct n sldowaik, ry) ftjot in Ir-ninh am! I feet wide of the material described by mid in ncconliinct 1 witli oxliimnci Xo.ajs.-ii slile- wnlk HI feet In length and I feet wide of tliu material de*crib<'d by and in Meeordnnce with ordinance 1 So. :B'.i; n sidewalk II! feut in length ami I feet wide of the material tie- scribed by titid in lu-curdnnce with ordinance Xo. 210; u sidewalk 10 feet In ientftli and I feet wide of the material described l>y and In accordance with ordinance No. I'll: a sidewalk 10 feet in li'ninh ilncl I feet wii.li 1 of the material described by arid in accordance with ordinance No. L'li'jtt sidewalk liM feet in length and | feet wltie of tlte material de- sc Ibed liy and in accordance with ordinance No. 21:1; n sidewalk 9i feet in lem-'ih and I feet wide of the material described by and In accordance with ordinance N r o. 211; a sidewalk oil feet In it^mtli and i feel wide of the material described by and in accor dance with ordinance No. 21;",; a sidewalk 171 feet in louuth and I feet wideof the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. 21t',;a sidewalk 112 feet In length ami 1 fwt wide of Mie material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. 21*; n sidewalk !»1 feet In length tiud I feet wide of the material described byand In accordance with ordinance No. 2U): a sidewalk .7) feet in length and I feet wide of the material described bj- and In accordance with ordinance No. 251: a sidewalk tin feet in length and I feet wide of the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. 2."i2: a sidewalk 112 feel. In length and I feet, wideof the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No. iSi; a sidewalk v» feet In length and •( feet wide of the material tie- scribed by and in accordance witii ordinance No. 2.">(; a sidewalk 112 feet in length and -I feet wide of the material described by and in accordance with ordinance No- 2"»."i; a sidewalk M feet in length and I feet wide of the material described byand in accordance with ordinance No. 2Sii; a sidewalk 112 feet in length and I feet wide of the material described hy and in accordance with ordinance No. 2S7. The proposals must be according to form tvQiiired and furnished by the City Engineer. A certified check In the sum of $23.00 must accompany each bid to insure the making of a contract. The rlfflit to reject any and all bids Is reserved by the City Council. HUE!, W10ELY, lOSeptdtd City Auditor. ROBBERS HELD TOWN AT BAY Grand Rapids, Mich., Sept. 20— Eight masked and heavily armel _burglars__held_the__people of_White Cloud, a village forty-five miles north of here, at bay early today while they rifled the Newaygo county bank and attempted also to rob the bank of R. Gannon & Son. The eight men rode into the town of White Cloud between 12 and 1 o'clock, surrounded the buildings containing the two banks,.acd posted guards outside while other members of the gang worked inside. : The interior of the Newaygo county bank was completely wrecked by two explosions. The burglars got between 82,000 and j §4,000 in cash. Dynamite was then used to wreck the interior of the Gannon bank, but while the cracksmen were at work there the townspeople, awakened by the explosions, gathered until there were so many present that [the guards evidently decided it was not prudent to wait longer. They called out the men working in the bank before they could get the safe open, covering the citizens with guns, rode out of town on horseback. OS-TE-OP'-A-THY. niRless remedy for the relief of the safTerluK, Is rapid ing people. For further information see Or, T. G. Phelps Or, Lavina Beaucamp The rtniRless remedy for the relief of the safTerluK, Is rapidly winniupr favor with thinking people. For further information see Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circulation. Stops all trouble that interferes with nutrition. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland Drug company.'' Consultation nnd Examination FREE. Phones: Office 111: Residence: Pheips 208: Bcanchamp aft?, Saves Hard Work 6-5=4 is prepared" particularly for GAS COOKING RANGES and is also a labor saving sub= stitute for blacking, on the sides of any cook stove burning hard coat. It is better than an enamel for STOVE PIPES or WIRE SCREENS; it covers more surface, is applied easier, dries quicker and wears longer. Bee's Laxative Hone.y and Tar, the original laxative cough syrup, acts as a cathartic on the bowels, [t is made from the tar gathered from the pine trees of our own country, therefore it is the best for children. It is good for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. WHITE CLING PEACHES. Too good for common people. °nly for good natured women pretty children and a few preachers. SI a bu. Eden Greene phoie 578. Before 0 a. m. and after 9 p. m. s20dtf ^. • m .»» Tied down to his desk in the office, While others are free and at play, Papa fancies he is having a vacation, While drinking Rocky Mountain Tea. Swetland drug company. CANDIDATES' CARDS The CONSTITUTION prints candidates' cards in any size or quantify. Prices reasonable; work the best. dtf A sour stomach, a bad breath, a pasty complexion and other consequences of a disordered digestion are quickly removed by the use of Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets. Two days treatment free. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. For sale by Joseph Minteer & Williams. Rust Batta and McGormick Bros. THE SOUTH LOCUST ST. LIVERYMEN have added to their stock the finest Funeral Car ever brought to Chillicothe. Besides doing- a general livery business, they five special attentionio funerals. They also make carriage calls (day or night) to any part of the cit}' or county. Telephone 150. 410 S. Locust St. I a augdry The products of tbi» Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Electric Cars. We cater to the trade that knows. proprietor. NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line. I am now located at M. W. Litton's livery Barn. All Calls will be promptly attended to. COFFICE - - - - 845 TELE PHONES S) RESIDENCE - - 49 HESBIETTA HOTEL No.-10. :.t-H.M"M"M 11 M-I-H-I-H-H'-I-H: Annie F. Hurxthalj I Stenographer • Notary Public • Fire Insurance ; Postoffice Building-, Chillicothe. j Phones, office 318: residence 065. -y ?-H"I I I I I' M -H-I' I't -I LADIES! Ala Ala j H-M"M"H- NEW FEED STORE I have opened a new feed on south Locust street opposite Platter's stables. I will handle wholsale and retail feed and coal. I invite alFold aad new customers to call. Prices right. L. E. Fullerton. Phone 691. d2w For eruptions, sores, pimples kidney and liver troubles, constipation, indigestion, use Hollis- store4* ter Rocky Mountain Tea. Carries new life to every part of the body. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. N.J. Swetland drug company. Tone the liver, move the bowels, cleanse the system. Dado's Little Liver Pills never gripe. Sold by the N. J. Shetland Drug Co. Itch hutnnp cured in SO minutes by wooiijimo's SAiUTAKT; LOTION. This never falls, ' £q!d bytfiij N^J.,'Swetland Drua Oo. EnttllsU spuvln i.laament removes Hard. Soft or Oallouaed LuuiD3 and Blemishes from horses. Blood Spavins, Curbs Splints. Sweeney, Ring Bone, S t i fl e s Sprains. R'l Swollen Throats, CouuUs. etc Save $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the most ^onderful Blemish Core every known Sold by the N.I. Swelatnd'DruiiCo THE GREAT TURKISH REMEDY For Painful, Irregular and Suppressed Menstruation. Warranted to relieve the most obstinate and complicated cases. Perfectly safe. Keroratncnded by ladies who have used it. Price ?;.'.*(> per box by mail. Sent m plain box. Address -J::S!S!I REMEDIf CO., KALAMAZOO, MICH. CHICHESTEFTS ENGLISH THE DIAMOND BSAXD. Ladle*! Ask your Druggist fc- rhl-c)«vt-tvr'ii Pills in Red, and (ioid metallic boxes. L , with Klue Ribbon. Tube no other. Il:iv of your Dmin^ist and ask for > CHT.CiiKS.TKR1> ENGLISH, the DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for SO year.' rs«nnlcti as Jk-st. Safest. Always ta-— f" Reliable. SoM by Druirv^sts everywhere. OhlchcMcr Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa. /) ' ItlB Kilul V°u Have Always Bought ' Good for the cou^h, removes the cold, thecausnof the cough. That's the work of KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR — the original laxatiye cough syrup. Contains no opiates. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. X I. N. Page LAWYER. Washington Street. 507 K-H-I-M-l-H-H•I-I-I-H I t I K-If JOHN H. TAYLOR- 4- ATTO ItX E V- AT- L AW. ^r T Office- °'"td tloor Miisonlc Temple, 8. •• f nX n:rpro^pUy S remiu","' t NoLry na ,- | V wava in otnc**. "*^ '.M.I I IIM"M't'tM"H" ••r-H-t- HOLLISTEB'S Rocky Mountain Tea Hoggets i Busy Mediofco.for Bnsy teopit Bears the Signature rf ^ 8 Kind Y° u " aw " wa ' ls ^^ m™^'r"i.Ti5r^ 1 tij!TlupiSin"Bcnrel»iSB^c:i« ?,!t'fora W S%iit^a* 1 box. Genuine made by HOLL.BTEI. Dura CoHFAsr, Madison. Wia. i,i;.-OEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE r» v /> LUA'C C Sweet to Eat A Candy Bowtl Uuinc. I av otc ^ c Sweet to Eat L<JA"vl5 «? ACuutyBowdluaUvt

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