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CHIUJCOTHE CONSTITUTION OCT 2 1906 ««»»»»••«•••«»*«•++* The Chillicothe J CONSTITUTIONS CONSOLIDATED WITH THE MAIL AND SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. STAR J. L. NEWLANTJ WM. L. WATKINS EDITOES AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription,: The CONSTITUTION p-uarantees to dvertisers a larsrer circulation in Livinrston County than hat of all other local papers published in CbUli- eothe combined. The price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is $1.00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting or failing to so pay, will be charged the 81.50 rate. This rule will be strictly adhered to. Entered at the postomce at Chillicothe, Missouri, and admitted tor transmission through the mail as second-class matter. Office in CONSTITUTION Building, 516.South Washington Avenue. Teleohone No. 105. By Mail—Postage Prepaid: Dailvi one" vear. .85.00 Daily, six months 2.50 Weeklv, one vear, in advance 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1.50 Weeklv, six months 75 The Daily will be delivered bv carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per w«k. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptly reported at this . Democratic State Ticket. For Judge of Supreme Court, LonnTerm. A. M. WOOBSOX. For Judge of Supreme Court, Short Term, W. W. GRAVES. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. Democrat! cJCounty Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUOKER Representative JAMES O. RANEY Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. C.OKR Clerk of the County Court A. M. SH ELTON Treasurer U. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVEBTOW Clerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW rMcBRIDE Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding Judge County Court 8. HAWKINS The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity. Every bottle of Dr. Pierce's world- famed medicines leaving the great laboratory at Buffalo, N. Y., has printed upon Its wrapper all the ingredients entering Into its composition. This fact alone planes Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines in a class all by themselves. They cannot be classed with patent or secret medicines because they are neither. This is why so many unprejudiced physicians prescribe them and recommend them to their patients. They know what they are composed of, and that the ingredients are those endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities. The further fact that neither Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the great stomach tonic, liver invigo'rator. heart regulator and blood purifier, nor his "Favorite Prescription " for weak, overworked, broken-down, nervous women, contains any alcohol, also entitles thorn to a place all by themselves. Many years ago, Dr. Pierce discovered that chemically pure glycerine, of proper strength, is a better solvent anil preservative of the medicinal principles residing in our indigenous, or native, modi- einal plants man is alcohol; and, further more, that it possesses valuable medicinal properties of its own, being demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic, and a most eflicieni antiferment. Neither of the above medicines contains alcohol, or any harmful, habit- forming d'ug, as will bo seen from n fiance at tfie formula printed on each ottle wrapper. They are safe to use an< potent to cure. Not only do physicians prescribe the above, non-secret medicines largely, bin the most Intelligent people employ them —people who would not think of usin^ the ordinary patent, or secret medicines Every ingredient entering into the com position of Dr. Pierce's medicines ha? the strongest kind of an endorsement from leading medical writers of the several schools of practice. No other medicines put up for like purposes has any such profcsslnrwil endorsement. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con- stlpatfon. Constipation Is the cause ol many diseases. Cure the cause and »o» cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a gu-itle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Druggists sell them, and nothing is "just as lood." Easy to take as candy. et thia fall. It is composed of men well qualified for the positions which they seek, and it is a ticket which was named by the people at a primary. It is important that Democrats should stand together at this time in the fight against monopoly, which finds its bulwark of strength in the Republican party. And that Democratic principles should prevail it is important that the party be built up by gaining possession of a many local offices as possible The CONSTITUTION would not urg the Democracy of the county tc support a candidate whom thought to be unworthy. SALE PRICES GOOD. West Jackson, Oct. 2.—(Special Correspondence)—The administrator's sale of the property of Nova M. Davis, deceased, was well attended and the stock brought fair prices. Thirty-seven head of 2-year-old steers averaged nearly 8^9.00 per head and corn bought from 35c to 40c per bushels One mule colt brought §142. Corn cutting and wheat sowing is about completed. Grass is very scarce. A good rain would be welcomed by everybody. Geo. H. Snidow, who sold his farm last week to Edward Baily, has bought 60 acres in Daviess, Co., down on Clear creek, and intends moving there in the near future. Prank Black has been laid UD for several days with the rheumatism. W. C. Hutchison and family, E. A. Kesler and family left for Sedalia. Monday, to attend the Statg Fair. Mr. Kesler is aseistantsuper- intendentof section E in the horse department. About twenty young people attended the apple peeling social at G. H. Bassett's Saturday evening. Homer Kesler, who has been very sic* with kidney trouble and appendicitis, is improving very slowly. The Fender Bros, are preparing to rebuild their residence which burned about a month ago. Miss Fay Marlbw, who is attending school at Chillicothe, spent a few days at her home, Prairie Center. Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Pnbllc Administrator . FORREST M.GILL Judge Western District V. W. GABDICK For Coroner. R.H. CABELL. MARK WHITE is gaining new strength every day in his candidacy for sheriff.* Mr. White has had much experience as deputy sheriff and constable and has always shown himself a fearless and efficient officer. There will be a new face in the sheriff's residence after next January 1. AT Kansas City Governor Folk said that he would in a few days define his position on state issues. The speech in which he does this will be delivered at Chillicothe on Saturday, October 6. The Folk meeting here on that date promises to be a notable event. Every voter who is interested in the welfare of the state should hear the Governor on that day. THE city council should force the property owners on the noitl side of Cooper street whose walk have been torn up to put in new ones before bad weather sets in Some time ago the walks in fron of several residences on thi street were torn out by order o the council. The property owner were ordered to put in new one but have not done so. Wha the council should do is to forci the walks in, so that the more en terprising residents on this street who have complied with the coon oil's order, should not be forcee to wade in the mud later on. THE very fact that the Republican leaders call the present condition of -industrial affairs "wel enough" is positive proof thai there is v no relief to be expected from the Republican party from the present unjust inequalities of the tariff laws. People who know that they are being robbed daily by trusts and that they are paying higher prices for American manufactured articles than European countries are, cannot see the logic in "standing pat". No better evidence of the absolute domination of the Republican party managers by the trusts could be asfced than theplea to "stand pat". Democracy points the way to relief from trusl oppression. THERE is no excuse for Democrats scratching their county tick- DISEASES •yield quickly to the most wonderful -Hijiscovery in the last hundred years. •KZEMO isnowrecoguized as "The woridis greatest cure for all diseases of the skin and scalp." Itchingskin diseases are caused by a germ, ZEMO cures by destroj-ing these germs. It never fails to cure. Mrp. E. S. Reynolds. 5560 Maple Av«.. St. Louis, says: "I am 73 years old. and I nave suffered 19 yeans with itching, burning eczema. My son-in-law, Jno. S. Da«is •( ^.Courtney Shoe Co< procnrej a- bottle of . ZEMO. Within one week the itchine was stopped and the swelling rednced and tsk eruptions almost disappeared. It Mine ereit- est core for all skin diseases." $1.00, ALL DRUGGISTS OR BY EXPRESS PRICE, n ONLY Br E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO. 3032 Olive SL, St. Lonu. Mo. Oairanteed iod Sold By «_<^W 0. P. CLAKK, DRUGGIST. Hard to find. It would be hard to find a more perfect curative medicine for dia- ovdered digestive organs than that gentle tonic digestant, and torpid liver regulator, known as DR. CALDWELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN. No other medicine has its specific power over these delioate and important organs of your body, upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on your daily work. It cleanses, digests, stimulates aud cures. Sold by all Druggists at 50c find §1.00. Money back if it fails. DAVID M'CLURE DEAD. David McOlure, a well known resident of Mooresville township, died at his home four miles northwest of the villiage of Mooresville, Monday afternoon .-it 3 o'cloclc, aged about 6) years. Death was caused by kidney trouble and followed an illness of several months. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family-residence. A widow and a large family of children survive. A. cold taken at this time of the 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, croup, whooping cough, etc., by driving them out through the bowels. If you have a cold, tfy.it and f not cured get your money ji^ck. No opiates. Sold by the !£, .J. Swetland Drug Co. No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There is always that possibility of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go un- provided. The thinking man, whose stomach sometimes goes back qn him, provides for hi8 stomach by keeping a bottle of KODOL for DYSPEPSIA within reach. Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach to the condition to properly perform its functions. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. What is a cold in the head? Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Ely's Cream Balm as soon as you began to sneeze and snuffle. Neglected, the cold may grow into catarrh, and the air- oassages be so inflamed that you have to fight for every breath. It is true that Ely's, Cream Balm cures catarrh, promptly aad certainly. But you know the ol saw about the ounce of proven tlon. Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold in the head show Itself. All druggists 50c., or mail sd by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street New York. CORN-FED STEERS FIRM. Kansas City, Oct. 1.— Cornfed steers firm; top §585; grassers slow to lOc lower; cows and heifers strong; stockers steady to firm; calves steady to lower. Hogs strong; top S<5.52« : bulk, 86 40(«6 50. Sheep steady to strong. Cattle-Receipts 22,000, including 2,000 Southerns; Native steers, S4.00,a6.-10: southern steers,' §2 60M3.80; southern cows S1.75@2.90; Native cows •\nd heifers, §1.75^5.00; stock era and feeders S3.25(o),4.40; bulls, $2.00(5)3.10; calves $3.00 @6.25; western fed steers S3.40@ 4.75; western fed cows §2.00(5:3.75. Hogs— Receipts 4,000; heavy 86.35(0.6.45; packers §6.40@6.52>£ ; pigs a,nd lights, S6.00@6.52^ . Sheep— Receipts 10,000; Muttons S4.50@5.50; lambs S550(o;7.25; range wethers, $425(a58o; fed ewes, S4 00.it5.40. KANSAS; airy Kansas City, Ost. 1 — Wheat — Dec 69>ac; May 73?4c; Cash No. 2 hard 71 ( a72o; No. 3, 68<Ye71c; No. 2 red 71c; No. 3, 69^(a/70Jio. Corn— Dec 3S>ic; May 39c; Cash No. 2 mixod 43.!,ic; No. 2 white, 4t)c. Oats — No. 2 white 35c; No. 2 mixed, ^l^(«,32>»'c. Kant as> City produce. Kansas City, Oct. 1— Butter- Creamery, 25s; packing Eggs— 2lc, CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the Signature of The most awkard and ungainly woman can be transformed into i beautiful, lovely creature if sb has the brain power to absorb thi fact that Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea will do the business. Tee or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland Drug Co. Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseptec, uneaqueled fo cracked hands. Good for cuts. Sole by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. _ - « • <» English Spavin Mnamenc removes Hard. Soft or Calloused Lnmoa and Blem [shes Irom horses, ,Blood Spavins. Curbs Splints. Sweeney. .Ring Bone, stifles Sprains. »'! Swollen Throats, Oouirhs, etc Save |60 by use of one bottle. Warranted the moBf —ondorfut Rlemlnlrt lure every known d by thoN-l. Sw<-lB lP nrt Ilrna-On The Armin Players opened a week's engagement at the Luella Grand Monday night in' "Cumber- and 61." It is a beautiful war tory interspersed with a number >f thrilling incidents. The thea- re was packed and standing room was sold. The company is first- lass and is deserving of- good atronage all week. J Backache 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 tin crude gums and resins obtained from the Native Pin* have been recognized by the medical profession for centuries. In Pine-ules we offei til of the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles Ouaranlced to 01" Satisfaction or Muqr tclanttt. Prepared by PINE-ULE MEDICINE CO., CHICAGO •oo onaa QNviiaMs 7 *RI When two strong men come to blows,evan if thoy are well matched, it is not a plcas.-int eight, but if the man who gets the worst of it will use DEWITT'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE, he will look better and feel better in shoit order. Be sure you get DEWITT'S. Good for everything a salve is used for, including piles. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. Miss Anna Lightner of Brookfield was shopping in the city Monday. ManZnu relieves instantly the pain caused by those blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles. It is put up in collapsible tubes in such a way that it can be applied where the trouble originates, thus stopping the trouble immediately. Try one bottle and if you are not relieved, your money will be refunded. Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Joha Mooro left Tuesday morii- iag for Maysville en a business trip. Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar, the original laxative cough syrup, acts as a cathartic on the bowels. It 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. Mrs. John Cover and children left Monday afternoon for Kansas City where they will be the guests of Mrs. Cover's sister, Mrs. Aicie Gish. A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse. A bath makes for better fellowship anc citizenship. Not only shouTd the outside of the body be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels anc clears the system of effete matter Best for this are DEWITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISERS. Pleasant little pills that do not grippe or sicken. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. ^ • •—*~ Mrs. John Hydt of Kansas City is here the guest of Mrs. William Reynolds. There is nothing that takes away the beautiful, womanly charms like a plodding, stooped, awkward carriage. There is absolutely no excus-e for that as long as Hollister'd Rocky Mountain Tea id made. Tea or Tablets, 85 ;ents. Swetland Drug Co. ^—»-*~~t». — W. J. Owens of Hamilton was he guest of friends in the city Monday. Good for the cou^h, removes the old, the cause of the cough. That's he work of KENiNBUY'eJ LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR — the riginal laxative cough syrup, lontains no opiates. Sold by Jlark'E Pharmacy. Cass Bean of Dawn transacted usiness in the city Monday afternoon. When you have a cold it is well o be very careful about using ny thine that will cause constipa- ion. Be particularly careful about reparations containing opiates. Use KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE [QSJEY and TAR, which stops IB .caugh and moves the bowels. old £y Clark's Pharmacy. The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, :m<l -which has been In use for over 3O years, has Iconic the signature of iimi has been iLndiMtiuier Jiis per- soual supervision Riiicc its i Allow no one to rteccive you in All Counterfeits, imitations and" Just-as-jrixul" arc l>«t Experiments that trifle with au<l endanger the health of Infants and Chfldreu— Hxpcrienve against What is CASTORIA Castcria is a harmless substitute fov Castor CMS, Paregoric, Drops aud Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. IS contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays FevcrislmcHS. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation find Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stoinacii n.nd Bowels, giving healthy ami natural steep* The Children's Panacea-- ^"ue Mother's Friend. GENUINE ALWAYS The KM Yon Have Always Bought !n Use For Over 3O Years, czrr. NCW»ORK err MEINERSHAGERf FURNITURE CO. UNDERTAKERS. 'PHONES: NIGHT 153. DAY 39T- Olllcc Hours: S to 12 A. M. ' 1 to 5 P. M. Visiting hours <iy iippointniL'nt. Ofllltv: Bunk of 'UllllluoLllC bldK. Telephone 870. Dr. Ghas, L Wolfe, Osfeopathic Physician Fifth Year in Chillicothe Si'EOtAM.ST IXCHUON'fO ma BA«:K s AND EXAMINATION FREE. OS-TE-OP'-A-THY. * .* — — — - It The drugless remedy tor the relief of the suffering. Is .apldly winning favor with £ Chinking people. Kor further Information see it Dr, T. C. Phelps Or, Lavina Beaucamp SHuS^uS * Consultation nnd Examination FRKE. ^ Phones: Office 111; Residence: P'.iuips *W: Ceiuiehnnip 352. * A«.A***A1»******»*****« PUBLIC SALE OF- POLAND CHINAS The Big Boned Spotted Kind IT HIGNVIEW FtRH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 06. Budweiser 34644, my Big Boned Spotted Herd Boar, is the sire of most of the offering. W. C. Perfection 30837, the Great Kansas boar has 10 head sired by him in this sale. Will sell 70 head of high grade Shropshire breeding ewes. Write for Catalog. H. L. FAULKNER., Jamesport, Mo. Sparks, Shephard and Wells, Auctioneers. R.. V. THOMPSON, Clerk., Cashier F. & M. Bank. H A WLE Y J S ._SPEOJA]L LADIES' $3.00 VALUES AT $2.50. MEN'S $3.50 VALUES AT $3.00. (BUTTON OR LACE) All the latest toes. See display of these Special Shoes now in our window. The largest. Shoe Store for eighty miles around. DR. W.H. PERRY, Homeopath Office Rooms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn buildiner. Residence 1S42 west Cal- loun St. Office ohone. No. 531: residence ohone. No. 593. AH calls in citv and countrv answered promptly ?XY ir night. •I.I.-M.I i.iii i.i M i; 111 H-r-K-H-r- JOHN H. TAYLOR J ATTORN E Y-AT-jL A\V. y U- Trill pi 011k-,. : . and floor Mi Wttshl.iRt.jn Kl, rull.v ami pr.imr.tly remitted. ways in office. m: l« >otnry ui- i-H-H-H-*- OR. SAL £ Six Room Cottage •Mi'ilrrn. Three hlocks from si|i;ai-u. <H>od cellar, wood lions..-. Trice fcEMO.IW. Nine-Room Brick House Inc-itv. Modern. Good barn. Price tfl'^UI). Eight.-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price $1,8-30. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, good barn. Price $f>25. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price $1,250. Eight-Room Frame House Three blocks from square. .Modern. Pricu $3,500. Six-Room House Five lots, jrond barn; fruit of all kind. Price 8800. Five-Room House Five room hoose. Good repair, price $325. (JO. Seven-Room House In jfo'od repair: good location. Price $1750. BazelJ. Meek Land Go. AT. Cunningham. Mgr. City Dept Own a Home We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $1,80O—Nine-room dwelling, small bat-n, some fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2,35O—Seven-room dwelling 1 , bath,.etc.. barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $850—Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one lot. $1,OOO—Six-roomdwelling oo North Elm street. Good neigh- hood rncl a bargain. $85O — Five-room dwelling' with lot !JOxL40 feet. $60O — Two small dwellings StiOO each, oa easy terms. GILL ®> RYAN, Barney Bldg. ChHticoC.he, Mo. CITY REAL ESTATE. Modern slate-roof, brick veneer, 8-room dwelling, large lot, line shade and fruit, flne> location. 4-rooin, almost newdwelling, near Centra school, price $t>50 Nice it-room dwelling, near Central school *:»od cellar, south front, price $1*50. i-room, new 1 story dwelling on Rnynnrd -.treet, price $500. - 3n-room almost new dwelling and barn nnd lots and burn, price 1700. near Industrial Home. The last four dwellings belong to non resident and have to sell. Farms. 10O~aLres Land—4u acres fine corn land Imlance timber, blue grass pasture, anfall- ing spring, T-'.oOO, JSOo down balance 6 per cent. 70-acre Farm—I-room dwelling,barn nnd ntit-liillldlmis, 10 acres fine corn land, balance rolling blue grass pasture, on R. F. D.. and telephone line, unfailingsprlng In pasture, price $-'1'JU, MOO down balance at« per cent. I have large list of all kinds of Kenl Estate and can suit you. Money loaned at 6, Annfl 7 percent on city and farm land. Insurance written in companies that pny losses OD farms and city property. Office ncross street from Post Office. L N. PAGE. Dr. Frances If. Singer Osteooathic Physician Successor to Dr. Genevleve F. Laugbltn F1TZPATR1CK BUILDING. 004 Washington St., Chillioothe, Mo- TELEPHONE 444. CONSULTATION FRtE NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage &. Transfer Line. I am now located at M. W. L,itton's Livery Barn. All Calls will be promptly attended to. 1 OFFICT! - - - - »I3 TELEPHONESS ) RESIDENCE - - 4» HENRIETTA HOTEL No. 40. •l-l-ll-l I I H'M-I-I-H"M"M"H I't'H-I- Annie F. Hurxthal Stenographer ; Notary Public ; Fire Insurance ; Postofflce Building 1 , Chillicothe. | Phones, office 318: residence 665. . H-1 M I H-1 •!• I H 11 I 'l-H-H-H-H- STONE MASON \ House Moving; & Raisin* * Leave orders »t Saunders-Tarner Lumber Yard \ J. R. McCLELLEN * »*«»**»»*»»i»in»»**»*»" i »*» .{-H-K-5- I. N. Page LAWYER ; 507 Washington Street. ± , H ..t

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