The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 3, 1906 · Page 1
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 1

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, October 3, 1906
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THE CHILLICOTHE 'UTION. VOL. XVII NO. 30 1 CIIILLICOTHE, Mo., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1906 DAILY EDITION PRICE FIVE CENTS A Mild Laxative Ask your doctor to name some of the results of constipation. His long list will begin -with sick- headache, biliousness, dyspepsia, thin blood, bad skin. Then' ask him if he •would recommend your using AVer's Pills for constipation. Just one pill at bedtime, a few times, that's all. VTo fcnvo no Bttcrctot We publish J.C.AyerCo.. thg form nlafl of all our preparations. Lowell. MMS. FIRST MOOLHOUSE MEETING FRANK PINKLEY TO MARRY TO SPEAK IN CHILLICOTHE OC- STATE DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN A LITTLE Copyright 1906 by Hart Schafiher & Marx The common lev- el of men's clothes isn't enough for us; we sell Hart,Schaffner & Marx clothes because they are a little ahead of everybody else. Here's a Varsity Raincoat to prove it — all wool rain- shedder — to work in or be dressy in. Sipple Clothing Co. CANDIDATES'CARDS ?The CONSTITUTION prints candidates' cards in any size or quantify. Prices reasonable; work the best. dtf : •»• -»'.». If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr. Snoop's Restprative would do for them, Dyspepsia would practically be a disease of the past, Dr. Shoop's Restorative teaches 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 Restor&tive. The N. J. Swetland Drug Co. .- lho Kirrfi VM Haw Always Bougjii Signature rf CLARK BROS.' Dress Goods & Millinery Depts. 52-inch\Brpadcloth — all' colors : - Special per yard - • • 54-inch No. 603 Broadcloth—all colors. Special per yard 54-inch No. 612 Broadcloth—all colors. Special per yard 54-inch Cravenette—all colors—special per yard 54-inch Fancy Plaid Suitings—spe- cial per yard... - •• • • • • 85c $1.00 $1.5Q $1.00 $1.OO 36 to 38-inch Fancy Suitings, Serges, Ba- tistse, Panamas, Etc., all colors, special Millinery Department. Large line of Pattern Hats - $5 to $ 12.00 Large line of Street Hats - $1.50 to $3.50 Including all the very latest styles—Peter Pans, Fifth Avenue, Runabout, Fancy Sailors, Cains- borough, Etc. Hosiery and Underwear. Children's Underwear-separate garments |§ fo 75fi Union suits 25 to $1.00 Ladies' Underwear,separate garments 25c to $1.50 Ladies' Underwear, Union suits 25C to $3.00 SU'lt No. 3536 Ladies' union suit, special 50c SUl'f Tuff E. Nuff Childrens' blk cotton hose, special j§c CLARK BROS EAST SIDE SQUARE - - CHILLICOTHE, MO. L4PJJE8' MCLUSJVE PRY £OODS and ]MJLLINEgy LARGELY ATTENDED Democrats Fill Prairie Valley School to Overflowing—Three Speeches Made. The first school house meeting of the Democratic county campaign was held Tuesday night at Prairie Valley 'school in north Wheeling township. The opening was an auspicious one. The crowd which was in attendance not only filled the house but many were unable to find entrance. Speeches were made during the evening by J. H. Taylor, Matthew McBride and E. C. Orr. Other candidates besides Mr. Orr and Mr. McBride were present and made the acquaintance of the people. This rousing meeting is taken by the candidates and party managers to be an excellent sign, auguring Democratic success in the coming election. Several school house "meatings probably "will be held every week from now until the close of the campaign. EXTRAORDINARY "CLEARANCE SALE. 'I have concluded to close out the queensware, china, glass and lamp department of my store and will begin a salo October 1st that will be a surprise'to lovers of -something nice for the table and sideboard. I have a complete line of fancy and staple china ware and factory made lamps— And all of my goods have merit and value—No cheap .trash. Everything goes at 33 ^ to 50 per cent discount. This includes fancy jardineres and flower pote,also full line of stone ware at 5c per gallon. Just received four cars best flour and car Michigan salt at lower prices than anyone. Call and take a lock and let me show you. Phone 254. old4twlt Frank Scruby. YO.W. BANQUET. The Woodmen of the World at at its meeting Tuesday evening initiated a number of candidates. After the lodge work was completed a banquet was served. The members enjoyed a smoker afterwards. Those from the country who attended Tuesday night's meeting were: H. McMannara, C. Ziegler and E. So Sunnier of Medicine township and David Owens of Jackson township. BLUE-DIEGLEMAN. Ira D. Blue of Chula and Miss Elnora Diegleman of this city were married by Probate Judge Umphalbaugh in his office Wednesday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock. Mr. Blue is a prosperous young farmer near Chula and is a brother of Earl Blue, city mail crrrier. Miss Diegleman is the daughter of W. B. Diegleman, who lives northeast of Chillicothe. •.> SOUTH DAKOTA GIRL ED SMITH'S FAME. From the Kansas Olty Star. Ed H. Smith, who made the News of Cbula famous, has sold his paper and removed to Chillicothe. His criticisms of Pader- ewsky's playing and Sarah Bern- haro^-acting, originally published in the News, have been translated into many languages and quoted around the world. 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, try it and if not cured get your money,'back. No opiates. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. GREEN RELEASED ON BOND. Arthur Green, who was arrested in Otiumwa last week and returned to this city and placed in jail, was released Wednesday oa a §500 bond for his appearance at trje November term of circuit court. Tone the liver, move the bow-els cleanse the system. Da^'s ^ttle Pjlls payer ^gripej Sold ( by Ceremony Will ba Performed at the Home of the Bride's Parents at Vermillion This Evening: Frank Pinkley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pinkley, former residents of this city, but now Hying at Casa Grande, Ariz , will be married this evening at eight o'clock to Miss Edna Townsend, at the home of the bride's parents in Vermillion, S. D. After the ceremony the \bride and bridegroom will start for their future home in Casa Grande, Ariz. Mr. Pinkley met his Qancee in Casa Grande some time ago while she was visiting her father, who was teaching in the Indian school at that place. Mr. Pinkley was here on a visit two weeks ago but left this city last week presumably for his home but it has since been learned that he went to Vermillion, where he spent a week at the Townsend home before the wedding. Frank Pinkley was born and reared in Chillicothe. He graduated from the High school in 1S99. He left the following year for Casa Grande where he hol'ds the government position of custodian of the Casa Grande ruins. He is a bright young man and has a promising future before him. Miss Townsend is not known in this city but it is said she is a handsome and well educated young lady. ^____ . APPLES VERY CHEAP. The cheap price at'which peaches sold in this country this summer is being surpassed by the price of apples/ The immense apple crop and the want of an ad- •quate market has put the prices down until many farmers have been unable to sell their orchards at all. Others are selling good apples to those who will pick thorn for ten cents a bushel. One man said Tuesday that he was unable to give away bis crop of Ben Davis apples. He had offered his entire orchard for fifteen cents a bushel but the buyer wanted it cheaper and refused. He expects ;o sell his Rambos, he said, for twenty-five cents a bushsl. Catarrh Whether it is of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, or more delicate organs, catarrh is always debilitating and should never fall ol attention. It is a discharge from the mucous membrane when kept in a state of inBammation by an impure, commonly scrofulous, condition of the blood. Hood'sSarsapariHa Cures all forms of catarrh, radically and pcrr.iaiicntly —It removes the cause and overcomes all the,effects. Get Hood's. ^. • • <^ : "THREE OF A KIND." The Armin Plavers presented "Three of a Kind" to a small audience at the Luella Grand Tuesday evening. Thfe play was oomro-a'hd kept the audience i-van uproar throughout the evening. The company will present the "Middleman" tonight. This is one of E. S. Willard's English plays and is one that never fails to please an audience. COUNTYCOUR? ADJOURNED. County court adjourned Tuesday evening after completing its business to meet Oct. 16 to let the contracts for a number of bridges and to appoint tne judges and clerks for the coming election. SPENmYATKESLER'S. A number of the local nimrods went to the home of William Kesler's southeast of Chillicothe, Wednesday where they spent the day hunting squirrels Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at . !i5eW4TTpN STUPID TOBERI3 Democratic Leader "Will Visit Chillicothe Instead of Carrollton on That Date Chairman J. H. Taylor of the Democratic county central committee received a telegram Wednesday afternoon from Thomas L. Rubey, chairman of the executive committee of the Democratic state committee, stating that William J. Bryan would speak at Chillicothe Saturday, Ootooer 13. Mr. Bryan had been announced to speak at Carrollton on the t3th, but Mr. Ruboy'a telegram stated that he had boea trauaferred to hillicothe for chat date. The time of his speech in Chil^ licothe was not stated, but it probably will be at one o'clock. Mr. Kubey's telegram stated that ;i letter would follow, which doubtless will give full details of the arrangements the state'com- mittee has made for Mr. Bryan's appearance here. SUITS FOR $10,000 DAMAGES Marshall, Mo., Oct. 2—Two 810,000 damage suits were filed in the circuit court here today against the Kansas City, St, Louis ^Chicago Railroad Company. Both suits are for injuries that occurred last February, when Miss Anna Mae Digges and Miss Eleanor Louise Arthur of Glasgow, Mo. were walking across the Chicago & Alton Railway Company's bridge over the Missouri river at that point. When these young women were about midway of the ridge. they were run down by a Ihicago & Alton passenger train going west, and Miss Eleanor Ar- ;hur was about to be killed by the ;rain, when her chum, Miss Anna Mae Digges, ran to her and drag ;ed her from the middle of the bridge, and in so doing Miss Digges lost her life and Miss Ar- ;hur was seriously injured. Thomas G. Digges, a relative of Mi=s Digges, and as administrator of her estate, has brought suit ;hrough his attorneys, Judge W. VI. Wi Hams, ot Boonvillo, and Percival Birch of Glasgow. Miss Arthur, throvgh the same attsr- neys, bring? a suit for injuries also and for the same amount. TO BE HERE "Will Accompany Governor Folk to Chillicothe—Secretary Woodside Expected Also. Miss Arthur is a sister of "Jig" Arthur, who formerly pitched for ;he Chillicothe Athletics. A telephone message from Jefferson City to the CONSTITUTION Wednesday morning brought the information that Judge W. N. Brans, chairman of the Democratic state central committee, would visit Chillicothe next Saturday, on tha event of Governor Foik's coming here. "Judge Ev- ans'a presence here will giye the Folk meeting an official stamp and add to its importance. The Governor's private } secretary. Hal Woodside, is also expected to accompany the Governor to Chillicothe. Reports from all over the county and from neighboring localities indicate that, with anything like favorable weather, there will be a great crowd here next Saturday. Many people in Livingston county have never heard Governor Folk speak and are anxious to hear the man who has done so much for Missouri. £ Society and Clvibs 5 * * The marriage of Miss Annie Fredericka Hurxthal to Mr. Joha Bion Swan, the announcement of whose engagement was recently made, will take place at Grace Episcopal church, Wednesday October 17. The ceremony will be performed by the Reverend Dr. Griffin. Invitations to the marriage will be sent out the firs t of next week. tt 4 Dr. and Mrs. Carl Sulzbacher gave a luncheon at the Baltimore hotel in Kansas City, Tuesday, complimentary to Miss Annie Hurxthal. OCT. 24 CITY OF HHILLICOTHE AGAINST W,W. WILDER State Auditor Befused to Register City Water and Ligh,t Bonds—Water Go. says Election was Illegal The mandamus suit of the city of Chillicothe against State Auditor W. W. Wilder will be tried in the supreme -aoutk at Jefferson City Wednesday, Oct. 21. The case is one with which CONSTITUTION readers are familiar. It is the suit brought by the oity to compel Auditor Wilder to register the SHjiO,- 000 wlKgr and light bonds voted by the city January 29 and carried by ' the vote of 842 for and 182 against. The bonds were sold to O. L. Smith March 19th at par value. When the bonds were forwarded to, the State auditor he refused to register the bonds, the water company having filed a protest,that the election was illegally held. If the case is settled in favor of the city the sale of the bonds to O. L. Smith will be closed and the erection of the plant will be commenced immediately or a deal closed with the local companies for the purchase of their plants. If the city loses the case another election will be called. FORTUNElORlELDERrALLEN Elder Frank W. Allen, formerly pastor of the Christian church here, now preaching at Wellsville, Mo., has recently inherited a for- bune by the death ol an uncle in Kentucky. **** VICTOR Talking Machines | «*** « * TO HANDLE THE BOYS. The police wore notified Tuesday evening that a crowd of boys, who were playing uuder an electric light on East Calhoun street, were placing obstructions across the street and disturbing the neighbors by their loud and boisterous language. The officers have determinsd to break up the gangs, who meet under the electric lights of evenings and play, as they disturb the residents near the lights The boys caught will be placed in the calaboose until the next morning when they will be given a good lecture. * f I * it 8* And all the newest records.- The * jt Victor is what its name implies, it J the very best. You listen and you * * forget it is a talking machine * jt it reproduces the voice so per- it ^ fectly. The formost artists of the * ^ world have chosen, tile Victor to j* jt perpetuate their voices,because it it J reprodueeseverynote.everytone, jj * body and soul. The voice of * if the Victor is the human voice. * 5 Prices from $10 to $40. Call £ * and hear the Victor and learn * more about them. _ * We close every evening- except * aturday at 7:30 p. m. * ' * * Clark's-Pharmacy * J ..Henrietta Bufldmg.. * S CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI. * * • * IONSTITTJTION Special. Washington, Oot. 3—The President has decided to appoint Beekman prosentgovernor of Porto Rico, as provisional governor of Cuba, instead of Charles E. Magoon, as originally planned. BLACKBURN INSTITUTE DATES The dates for the farmers' institute and corn show to-be held at Blackburn schoolhouse in Jackson ;ownship have been determined as November 2~and 3. The speakers for the two days will be R. M. Washburn of Columbia, state. dairy commissioner, and F. M. Jordan of Stanberry. An attractive premium list has been prepared and will be published later. 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 regulator, 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 ?«,nd §1.00. Money back if it fails. It's Rather Embarrassing We have moved our dressmak- .ng rooms to the residence of Judge J. T. Hale on West Calhoun street where wo will be pleased to see all of our old cus- iozners. Copyright 1906 " famOUS. I The House of Kuppenhelmer isn't it, to have a cold snap come on suddenly and find you still wearing a light weight summer suit or without a suitable .overcoat? But this is what will happen to you if you put off making your selection much longer. • There is also a decided advantage in purchasing now, because you can see a complete display—not a style nor a number rniss- ing, and with a line of the range and scope of the KUPPENHEIMER, f or which we are exclusive agents, this means a great deal— much more than you can possibly realize until you come in and look the" display over. The new single and double breasted sack suits are particularly attractive this season. We have them in all the select fabrics- and patterns for which the house of Kuppenheimer is We Have Nearly Everything New in FALL HATS. W. F. STARKEY

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