The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on September 29, 1906 · Page 8
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 8

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CHILUCOTHE CONSTITUTION $EPT: 21 1906 We are giving Special Prices this week on all lines in the house. We are badly in need of the room-need it bad. - : - This solid oak Rocker will sell for cash this week at Best on earth $2 Side Board, Dining Table, 9x12 Rug complete six Chairs, one $34.00 NEW RUGS AT PRICES TO PLEASE EVERYBODY- ALSO SIZES AND GRADES. MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FOB SALE -^^rf-i^^.~fcrf~^-*i-.-^--^. buys a 5-room cottage near First ward school. Ground 100 feet square. Good neighborhood. Water and sink in kitchen. Inquire at this office, dtf For sale—Cottage in Graves- villa, three lots, two wells, everything in good condition. Price §550. Will tike team and wagon or cow as part payment. William Misenhelter, at Connty Infirmary. . For sale—Hard coal baseburner. Inquire at thiB office. 5sdtf For Sale—A. number, of household and kitchen articles. E. R. Sheetz, 313 Galhoun. s20d'5t For sale cheap—Modern house at 115 East Calhoun St. Inquire on premises. 19sd6twl For Sale , or rent at $15 a month 7-room house, bath, 4 closets, large basement, electric lights, nice lawn, block and half from square, at §2200—§1000 cash, rest easy terms. e!9dtf Jisper Blackburn For Sale— A part of my furniture. Inquire at residence, 420 east Clay. Mrs. Frank McNamarr For sale cheap: — Largest size Buck's Brilliant hard coal base- burner. Inquire this office. s21d6t TOTAL ENROLLMEET 1069. Superintendent F. L. Wiley of the Chillicothe schools, handed the CONSTITUTION the following enrollment of the various schools for this fall: First ward 104 Second ward 141 Central 513 Fourth ward .'. 77 High school 140 Garrison f<9 Total 1069 Bears the Signature of .. The Kind Yon Hava Always Poughl OKLAHOMA LANDS OPENED Oyster Bay, Sept. 20.—The president has issued a proclamation opening the Kiowa, Corns nche and Apache Indian lands in Oklahoma The interior department will announce the date for the reception of sealed bids under which the 505,000 acres of land are to be disposed of to homesteaders. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. H. B. Hewitt is confined her borne with illness. Roy Clark will transact business in Kansas City Saturday, Mrs. George Reech of Dawn was in the city shopping Friday. Joe Hill of Wheeling townshsip was in the city Friday on business. Miss Anna Roberts of Ludlow is ia the city the guest of Miss Maude Jarrell. ' Miss Rosa Haryey of Meadville was the guest of .Mrs, Joel Evertson Thursday. H. B. Hewitt returned Friday morning from a three days' business trip to Chicago. Thomas L. Williams of Dawn transacted business in the city Friday and visited friends. J. O. Baker of Trenton transacted business in the city Thursday afternoon and visited with friends. Mrs. Jessie Thomas of Breckenridge will arrive Saturday and be the guest of Mrs. Daisy Cole over Sunday. MesErs. and Mesdames C. B , and Frank Campbell of Breckenridge were shopping in the eity Friday. Miss Laura Earns, who has been the guest of Miss Catha Wolls, returned to her home in' St. Louif, Thursday. * Mr. and Mrs. George Boltz are Che parents of a girl baby born Friday morning at their home on west Ann street. Mi?s Maude Jarrell will go to Moberly the first if the week where she will be the guest of Miss Gussie Crnws. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cunningham roport the Arrival of a 10-pound girl at their home in Gravesville Thursday night. Artie Cole, who has recently resigned from the navy, is in the the city the guest of his sister-in- law, Mrs. DBisy Cole. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures radically—that is, it removes the roots of disease. That's better than lopping the branches. Editor H. J. Wigginton of the Linneus Bulletin was in the city Thursday visiting friends and transacting business. Miss Georgia Walsh returned Thursday evening" from Braymer where she has been the guest of relatives and friends for the past two weeks. Dr. R. H. Dowell returned Thursday from a professional trip to Harris where he was called to attend Dr. Wingo, who is suffering from typhoid fever. Mrs. Nancy Stotts, Mrs. Ollie Criss and Mrs. Sarah Stotts, who has been in the city the guests ^ of Dr. James Bennett and other relatives, have returned to their homes in Paris, 111., Misses Mert Hoge and Gertie Marx will go to Kansas City Saturday where they will attend the play "Ten Minutes from Broadway". They will return home Sunday noon. Will the men and boys, who are interested in the Jones cemetery please meet there, Oct. 2, -to cut the weeds, clean up the grounds and finish putting up the hitching racks. This should be attended to at once. By order of committee. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS SAVED MRS. GREEN'S LIFE. She Gained 26 Pounds in Weight and Can Now Walk and Work. General rtebilify is a term that covers a multitude of cases where there is no acute disease, yet the patient continues to lose strength imd the doctor's medicines have no apparent effect. This is the decline that leads to death if menna are not found to check it. In a great majority of cases Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will check it and restore health and strength because they actually make m:w blood and so send renewed vitality to every organ and tissue of the body. Mrs. S. A. Green, whose address is Box 29, R. F. D. No. 4, Franklin, Ga., snys: "For three and a, half years I suffered with weakness and nervousness, complicated with stomach trouble. At times I was confined to my bed for periods rau-ging from three weeks to two months and was under the physician's care most of the time for three years. I do not know the cause of my trouble bnfc I was prostrated with weakness and, although I took a great deal of medicine, nothing seemed to give me strength. At times my stomach hurt mo something fearful and my head ofteu troubled me. I was sleepless and what sleep I did gut did not refresh me. " When I began taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I weighed but 10-1 pounds. I knew I was so bad that a few doses would not cure me and I had patience. Soon the pills began to give me strength, my blood got in better condition, I could sleep well at night and help some with t lie housework. Now I weigh 130 pouudsand think nothing of walking half a mile. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done won- :lers for me and the neighbors all know this statement is true." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually make new blood. That is all they do, but tln-y •loit well. They don'tact on the liowcls. They won't cure any disease that is not caused by bad blood. They cure anaemia, rheumatism, headaches and many forms of weakness in the most direct manner ind, as the nerves depend upon the blood "or nourishment, the}' strike at the root f such diseases as neuralgia, sciatica, partial paralysis and have been used \vifh the greatest benefit, even in cases of locomotor ataxia. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists, or will be sent by mail, post- laid, on receipt of price, 50 cents pur box, six boxes I'.'.i'jO, by the Dr. Williams ilecl- B Co., Schciiectady, N.Y. PEONAGE CASE JURY FINDS DEFENDANTS GUILTY. Court had Previously Acquitted James and Rex Smith of Complicity in the Conspiracy. CONSTITUTION Special. Cape Girardeau, Mo., Scot 21— All of the defendants in the j,eoa- ago c«se, accused of holding ne- groes in involuntary servitude, were convicted today, with the exception of James and Rex Smith, who had been acquitted by the cou,rt. The jury brought in verdict at 12:15 this afternoon. its 5,000 MAY BE DEAD. Hong Kong, Sept. 20—The full extent of the catastrophe is not yet known, but estimates place the number of Chinese who lost their lives in the recent typhoon at 5,000 and reports are daily increasing the list of dead. ; The total of the material damage to'the colony is estimated at 520,000,000. The maximum estimate places the actual loss of piers and floating plant at 8200,000. Tho previous estimate was §750,1.100, which includes the probable debatable claims for damaged cargoes. Reports of disasters are constantly being received hero. The British reserve sloop Phoenix, which was reported ashore yesterday, is a total wreck. The steamer Albatross with 150 passengers on board, foundered near Futaumen Pass. Only six passengers and two of trie crew were saved. They swam ashore. The steamer Hong Kong also was lost ani her entire crew is missing. The steamer Ying Fat from Samichum, foundered and 130 pissongers and ten of her crew are missing. Only two of the crew are known to have been rescued. Hong Kong. Sept 20—Another storm, less violent, however, than the typhoon, broke here at midnight and blew for six hours. The damage apparently was not great. FOR BENT FOR RENT—Good 7-room house; 6 office rooms, best on north side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. a 30 dtf. 6 office rooms, best on north side of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. s!2dti For rent: House of 6 barn, buggy shed, two lots; near school. Airs. M. L. Johnson, North Cherry st. s!4dtf For Rent—Lnrge front room on ground floor, electric light, door opening onto front porch; near square. Inquire Lock Box 402. s!9d4t XRAY i Stove Polish Trade Mark ' Thedrlchrefit thine In Btove" pollfth ever made. Given quick I brilliant lustre and DOCS I NOT BUR.V OFF. I FREE SAMPLE Address nept «. I Lamont. Corliss A Co..Agt3..78Hn<lflon SL,X.Y. j HELP WANED—MAI E Men Wanted—For street paving work, also teamsters. J. E. Meek. slSd&wsw HELP WANTED—FEMALE Wanted—First class chambermaid and pastry cook. Apply at Leeper hotel. 20sd4t MEN AND WOMEN, Cse Bi£ G for unnatural <ii«ch»rEM.inflammations, _ irritations or lilnrauori ettrletnre. ~ o f mucons membraner. I Fr~,.u Coiiu^na. Paining, and not aBtrin- lEEVAIISCHEHIiaiCC. E ent or poisonous. Sald by DroEBllU, or sent in plain -wrapper, by expreRB. prepaid, fol tl.OO. or?. ImttlMlK.W. C'ircuUr scut on rtauett. STILL' AT THE OLD STAND E. M. IRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHILLICOTHE FOR 20 YEARS HIS BROTHER DEAD. Joe Hill of Wheeling was in the city Friday afternoon en route to Danville, 111., in response to a telegram announcing the death of his brother, A. R. Hill, at that place Thursday of Brights disease. Mr. Hill was joined in Chillicothe by his sister, Mrs. May Sanford of Excelsior Springs, who accompanied him to Danville. WAS A VERY SICK BOY Bat Cured by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 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 rnoet s vere cases. Even cholera infaulum 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. 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mo. testimonials. SEEDLESS APPLES. West Chester, Pa., Sept. 20— Howard Garrott of Williston townshio, claims to have solved the question of how to grow seedless apples, and has two trees in his orchard which are bearing such fruit and have been for several seasons. Just how it is done he will not explain; but he has the fruit. The apples have a core like any other variety, but there is not a seed in them. The flavor of the fruit is excellent. Cape Girardeau, Mo., Sept. 20 — Rex Smith and James E. -Smith, two of the brothers who have been on trial for two weeks for violating tho Civil Rights laws, were acquitted by Judge Pollock at uoon today of any complicity in the alleged conspiracy to deprive about 40 negroes of their rights. Judge Pollock charged the jur.> to find tho other seven defendants guilty if they thought tho evidence produced by the Government suf- iicient to indicate that they had conspired against the negroes. The morning was taken up with the arguments of Col. Dver and Judge Why bark, the latter for the defense. Since Judge Pollock in his charge declared that the Government must prove that two or more of the defendants had agreed to oppress, intimidate or restrain the blacks before 1 the action took place, and since Col. Dyer in his closing argument declared it to be sufficient to convict if the several defendants did work together in holding the negroes without having an express understanding beforehand, the tremendous crowd which packed the court room to hear tho end of the trial is a unit in believing that all of the defendants will be acquitted. The jury was ordered by the Court to take lunch and then return to the courthouse and begin its deliberations. Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by ChamberlainSa Paint Balm. A little child of Michael Strauss, of .Vernon, Conn., was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand, and as cold applications only increased the inflammation, i\lr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stog the pain. Mr Nichols eays: "I advised him to use CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM, and the first application drew out the 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. HOG MARKET STEADY CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas City, Sept. 21—The live stock market for today,as reported by Clay, Robinson & Co., was ae follows: Cattle—Receipts 3,000; market slow. Hogs—Receipts 5,000; steady to 5a lower; bulk $6.20 to §6.40; top S6.-15. Sheep—Receipts 2,000; market steady. Chicago. Sept. 21—Cattle—Receipts 3,000; market steady. Hogs—Receipts 10,000; market 5c higher. is cured by it. Follow printed directions and certain. For sale by Swetland Drug Co. the plain a cure is the M. J. Think of Dr. Sboop's Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges—if your breath is foul or feverish. It contains Oil and Eucalyptus, Thymol, Menthol, «t<3., incorporated into an impo^d, creamlike petrolatum. It sor^hes, heajs ? purifies, controls. CijUl" at pur storp for free trial box. '"The N. J« Swe£land Drug Co. ; Any person having backache, kidney pains or bladder trouble who will take two or three Pine-ules upon retiring at night shall be relieved before morning. The medicinal virtues of the crude gums and resins obtained from the Native Pina liave been recognized by the medical profession for centuries. In Pine-ules we offer ill of the virtues of the Native Pine that ire of value in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles fimrinlted lo fiive Saliitaction or Money Belimdti. Prepared by PIN&ULE MEDICINE CO,, CH1CAG9 If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for them, Dyspepsia would practically be a disease of the past. Dr. Shoop's Restorative reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon the inside nerves—the true stomach nerves. Stomach distress or weakness, fullness, bloating, belching. We recommend and sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The N. J. Swetland Drug Co. KUROPATKIN WRITES BOOK. St. Petersburg, Sept. 20—General Kuropatkin has completed his book reviewing the Russo- Japanese war. The work is in several volumes and has been submitted to the general staff. It may not be permitted general circulation. GOOD CLOTHES of stylish quality fieinif well dressed isn't a question of spending a hit of monuy—it's a question of ifoinsf to thu right stoi-c. Most any store has fairly irooil suits as far as thread andcluth arcconceriu'd- gfttinjf distinctive style and a real lit is another mattef. l>nt that's what yon zel here at a price von can easily all'oi-d. 'in f ;1L . t you can't afford not to wear the kind of clothes we sell. The mere Hsu in your own estimation (and other's) that our SCHLOSS Clothes "h-e yon —that prosperous, well-groome.l look — is the biggest kind of a cash asset to any man. The picture shows one SCFILOSS style. Many others costing from— $10 to $25 SEE THEM. riiir iii-vi- stork "i \V inter Ovi-r- ciiata just in Newland HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN SAVED BY BUYING FOOTWEAR AT THE : I SHOE STORE AND YOU CAN SAVE BIG MONEY BY COMING TO OUR STORE FOR YOUR FALL FOOT WEAR WE HAVE A LOT OF MEN'S HIGH TOP SHOES, ALL SAMPLES, IN SIZES 7 AND 0. THE BEST MADE WORTH $5.00, OUR PRICE ALSO A LOT OF MEN'S HIGH GRADE BOOTEES, IN SIZES 6 TO 8. ,THESEARE ALL SAMPLES AND WORTH$6.00 CO OUR PRICE Wt5» On the bargain table we have 36 pairs of Ladies' line shoes, mostly Pingfees, in kid, patent kid and tan. These are worth $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE AT SI.50 Big lot of Boys' and Girls' School Shoes at, Cut Prices. THE BLUE FRONT Cut Price Shoe Store SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Stops itching instantly. Cures les, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, hives, herpes, scabies— 's Qintment, At any store, ALL THIS WEEK America's Greatest. Stock Actress GRACE HAYWARD IN REPERTOIRE OF NEW PLAYS 5--BIG SPECIALTY ACTS-5 MOVING PICTURES ILLUSTRATED SONGS CH \N~GED NIGHLV. TO-NIGHT the Little Minister PRICES: 10-20-30 and 50 cents. Seat Sale at Owl Drug Store now on.

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