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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, October 3, 1906
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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION OCT 3 1906 f liie Chillicothe :; | CONSTITUTION!* >«•••»»«>»••*««««»» CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HAH, \AJ3D STAR SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. s. L. NEWLAND "WM. L. WAIKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE 6ITY. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION guarantees to dvertisers a larger circulation in Livingston County than bat of all other local papers published in Chilli- eothe combined. The 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 postofilce at GhilU- cothe, Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as second-class matter. Office in CONSTITUTION Building, 516.Souih Washington Avenue. Telenhone No. 105. By Mail—Postage Prepaid: Dailv, one year 85.00 Dailv, six months 2.50 Weekly, one Tear, in advance.... 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid be- „_„ 1.50 Weekly, six months 75 The Daily will be delivered by carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per wek. Any irregularity n delivery promptly reported at this . Democratic State Ticket. For Judge of Supreme Court, Long Term. A. M. WOODSON. For Judge of Supremo Oonrt, Short Xerm. w. TIT. GRAVES. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLE8BY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. DetaocraticjCouuty Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUOKER' Representative JAMES 0. RANEY They Stand Alone. Standing out in bold relief, all alon and aM, conspicuous example of ope: frank and honest dealing with the sic arid afflicted, are Dr. Pierce's Favori Prescription for weak, over-worked, bilita*ted, nervous, "run-down," pain racked women, and Dr. Pierce's Golde Metiical Discovery, the famous remec for weak stomacli, indigestion, or dys pepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness, a catarrhal affections whether of th stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder, nasa passages, throat, bronchia, or other mi cous passages, also as an effective remed for all diseases arising from thin, water or impure blood, as scrofulous and ski affections. Each .bottle of the above medicint bears ujjon its wrapper a badge of hon esty in the full list of ingredients com posing Of-printed in plain Englisi This frank and open publicity place these medicines in. a doss all by Viem selves, and is the best guaranty of the merits. They cannot be classed as patci nor secret medicines {oj^bey are neitlx being of Tcnnwn Dr. l^e _.. .ierce feels that he. can afford t take the afflicted into his full confidenc and lay all the Ingredients of his mcd cines freely before them because the? ingredients/ pro such as are endorsed an mast strongly praised by scores of th most eminent medical writers as curt for rhe r diseases for which these med cines are recommended. Therefore, tb afflicted do no» have to rely alone upo Dr. Pierce's recommendation as to tli curative value of his medicines for ee tain easily recognized diseases. A glance at the printed formula o each bottle will show that no alcohol an no harnif ul»pr habit-forming drugs entc Into Dr. Pierce's medicines, they bein wholly compounded of glyceric extract of the roots of native, American fores plants. These are best and safest fo the cure of most lingering, chronic eases. Dr. R. V. Piorce can be consulte FBEE, by addressing him at Buffalo N. Y.. and all communications are regarded as sacredly confidential. It is as easy to be well as ill —am much, niuiu comforttrbto—Constipation i the cause of many forms of illness. Dr Pierce's Pleasant" Pellets cure constipn tlon. TJfcey are tiny, sugar-coated gran nles. One'littlo "Pe'llet" is a gentle lasa live, two a mild cathartic. All dealers Ir medicines sell them. not recover for many years. Every citizen who values the reputation of his state should di his part toward making the vie tory for Democracy and law en forcemeat one which will tell the world that the brewers can't corrupt Missouri, Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecutlne Attorney E. C. QRR Clerk of the County Qourt A. M. SHELTON 1'ieasurer U. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Clerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW;MCBRIDB Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding Judge County Oonrt S: HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREST M. GILL Judge Western District ^_ O. W. GARLIOK For Coroner. R. H. OABELL. MISSOURI ON TBIAL Missouri will be sn trial at the November election. It will be up to the voters of the state to say whether they stand for law enforcement or for brewery rule. A Democratic victory will mean that the people indorse Governor Folk's stand in enforcing the laws. A Republican victory will mean that they want to hand the state over to the brewers to exploit for their own uses. The eyes of the world are on Missouri. For the skate to go Republican this fall would give it a black eye from which it would White Lead Paint The best painters still use pure white lead and pure linseed oil, and they secure results, both in appearance and in wearing qualities, which can be had in no other way. - If your paint has' peeled off the house, it was not Southern Pure White Lead (Made by the Old Dotch Process) and Pure Linseed Oil. Paint made of these ingredients wears smoothly and does not peel. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Avenue and loth Street, St. Louis, Ho. For sale by first-class deilen. HOMELESS JEKOME. Poor, homeless, friendless Je rome. He sought the Democratic nomination for Governor of New York His name was not mentioned in the State convention and, Jerome like, he bolted the nominee and announced to the newspapers that he would stump the state for the Republican nominee. Now Appears Chairman Woodruff, of the Republican State committee, and states that Jerome't speeches are not wanted and t he will not be permitted to take the stump for the Republican candidate, as Jerome's unpopularity in many sections of New York would endanger any cause he advocated. And this is the same Jerome who said Jefferson was a fakir. And that Folk was foolish to enforce the liquor laws. Only Jerome was perfect and fit as a public official. And yet, idolized yesterday, so soon without a place to lay his head. No party, no people, no champion, no friend, none so poor as to do him reverence. And why? He is a traitor. Thus perish all traitors. Jerome'was reelected circuit attorney for one single purpose—to prosecute insurance grafters. He protected and shielded them and defended them instead. His reward has come swiftly. The moral of this pitiful ending of a promising career is plain. Young man, make good. Don'l start any thing you cannot finish. Don't promise anythiog unless you have the nerve to fulfill it Do not knock great men; the rebound is fatal. Be faithful to your task, your friends, yourself. JEFF DAVIS ON FOLK. Jeff Davis, son of his father, and moral and. political slob, came across the Missouri border Saturday to tell Governor Folk how to run state affairs and to scold the Missouri governor for being sick once in his life. Davis is Governor of Arkansas and has been elected to the United States Senate. He spoke to a crowd of 700 people at Dexter, Me., Saturday and stated that "Folk should show a little more manhood and commute the sentence of Aggie Myers." He also criticised Governor Folk for being ill and failing to attend the Bryan reception in St. Louie. It would seem- that Jeff Davis has enough to do at home without protruding his proboscis into the affairs of neighbors who are his superiors in everything that goes to make up a decent citizen and a dutiful public official. The Arkansas legislature at its last session reeked with boo'dle scandals which are still befouling the air down there, and yet who over heard of Jeff Davis attempting an investigation or even taking casual notice of these crimes against the state of which he is governor? Davis is a disgrace to the honored name he bears. His only claim to public favor in his ability to keep alive in Arkansas prejudice which has long since disappeared in every other state. He is proud that his feet stink, that he wears tobacco juice as a perennial ornament on his shirt front and that he can use foul language [on and off the platform with impunity. Great is Jeff Davis, but Missouri is willing that Arkansas shall have all the glory of his greatness. Folk is good enough for Missouri. IN SELF DEFENCE. Every Kan and Woman May Exercise This Bight. The man whose life is threatened will strike telling blows in self defence. If his reputation is assailed he will write and speak vigorously in self justification. No man or woman should be less prompt and energetic in defending self from the attacks of disease. There are dangers to health on every hand—in food, air and water. But the greatest danger is that which flows in the blood itself. Impurities here mean great discomfort and often liJng continued suffering. In self defence you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. It is the surest means of warding oft' the dangers that threaten to undermine health. It expels from the blood the taints of scrofula, which may have been inherited, and defends against suffering from the pains, swellings and eruptions peculiar to this disease. It cures all forms of skin diseases, pimples boils, etc., and subdues the burning and itching of salt rheum or eczema. This great medicine also cures catarrh, ani by taking it for this disease thousands of people have defended themselves against the approach of consumption. It neutralizes the acid in the blood and proves a sure defence against the .agonizing aches and pains of rheumatism. It tones and stimulates the stomach and digestive organs, and prevents and cures dyspepsia. A strong point about Hood's Sarsaparilla as a defence from suffering, is that it can be depended upon. It is constantly effecting marvellous cures, and it is bo- ing taken by"men, women and children everywhere 'and all the time, as a means of keeping the blood rich and pure and thus strengthening the foundations of health. Every home should be supplied with Hood's Sarsaparlllaand Pills. The'use of these medicines saves time and money and prevents much suffering. Hood's Pills, the Eavorite family cathartic, greatly aid Hood's Sarsaparilla in defending the system, and they are the only cathartic that should be taken with it. They cure all liver ills, break up colds, prevent the jrip and are unequalled as an after dinner pill. With Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills, kept on hand and taken as a directed, you need have little fear of attacks of illness. dlwl CASTOR For Infants and .Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of HOGS STEADY TO STRONG. Kansas City, Oct. 2.—Beat steor firm ;,to 10c higher; too, S6.40 grassers firmer; cows and heu'er steady to lOc higher; stocker active, steady; calves slow. Hogs steady to strong; to S6.57M; bulk, §0.40(5.6 52^. Sheep steady. Cattle-Receipts 15,000, includ ing 1,000 Southerns; Nativ steers, S4.00(o,6 50; south ern steers, 82 50(0)4.00: southern cows §1.75@3.00; Native cow and heifers, SI.75.^5.00; stoc ers and feeders S2.25(ol4.50 bulls, S2.00(o;3 10; calves $3.0 (56.25; western fed steers $3.40( 5.00; western fed cows S2.00@3 7J Hogs—Receipts 9,000; heav; S6.35;a;6.45; packers S6.40@6.57>:.' pigs and lights, S6.00@6.57}£. Sheep—Receipts 10,000; Mut tons §4.75@5.50;lambs §5 50(m7.25 range wethers, $4 25ca5.75 fed ewes, 84.00^5.40. K.AJJSAS; CITY UKA.IN Kansas City, Oct. 2—Wheat- Dec 68%c; May 7-^c; Cash No 2 hard 703;J.(a72o; No. 3, 6!)(<<(71c No. 2 red 72c; No. 3, 70c Corn—Dec 37%o; May 3S3ic July,39c; Cash No. 2 mixed 43j 4 'c No. 2 white, 4ttc. Oats—No. 2 white 35:V£35k ; c No. 2 mixed, 32>.<c. Kamas- City Producft. Kansas City, Oct. 2—Butter- Creamery, 25c; packing 16,-:>c Eggs—21c. ManZan relieves instantly th pain caused by those blind, bleed ing, itching and protruding piles It is put up in collapsible tubes i such a way that it can be applie where the trouble originates, thu stopping the trouble immediately Try one bottle and if you are no relieved, your money be re funded. Try our free offer. Sol by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. . CHINESE LOOT VILLAGES New York, Oct. 2—A cobl from Cologne, Germany, printec here today states that the Volic zeitung, publishes a letter from correspondent in Shantung, Chin; predicting outbreaks compared with which the occurrences tha occurred in 1900 will seem trivia! He says there is strange unres among the peoplo._ A rebellion has started in Shantung, village are being plundered and the peo pie driven out of the towns. Twenty thousand of these armed robbers arenow at Msianchufu There have been many fl^ht between them and the loca troops. The latter are always beaten. The most awkard and ungainly woman can be transformed into a )eautiful, loyely creature if she las the brain power to absorb the A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse. A bat! makes for better fellowship anc citizenship. Not only shou'd the outside of the body be cleansed but occasional use^ef a laxative o cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this are DEWITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISERS. Pleagan little pills that do not grippe o sicken. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy- Benjamin Dienst, who was taken euddeniy ill, Sunday was reported nearly well Wednesday He is able to be up and around the house. 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 'act that Hollister's Rocky Moun- country, therefore it is the best for ;ain Tea will do the business. Tea; children. It is good for coughs, or Tablets, 35 cents. Swetland' Drug Co. 'Mrs. N. H. Ray and daughter. Vlisi Pearl, are spending the week n Kansas City the guests of rela- ' ives and frienis. colds, croup, whooping cough, etc Try our free offer. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Columbia Herald: G. W. Nichols of Chillicothe was in Columbia Sunday visiting with his son, 0. M. Nichols of the University. English Spavin l.lnnmoiu removes lard. Soft or Calloused Lumps and Bloni. sues from horses. Blood spavins. Gurus There is nothing that takes .punts. Swoenor.,Ring Bone. Stifles th beautifu | womanly pralns, »U Swollen Throats, Counhs. etc J ' ' ave 150 by use of one bottle. Warranted the charms like a plodding, stooped, lost ^onderful BlemishXhiro every known awkward carriage. There is ab- Isolutely no^excuse for that as long old by the N J. Swelnfnd l>rn«r.Oo John Kesler and daughter, Mrs. as ohn Gibson, are spending the eek in Kansas City with friendd. Hollister's Rocky Mountain made. Tea or Tablets, 85 cents. Swetland Drug Co. Backache Mrs. Anna Peck of D^wn is in the city the'gueit of S. D R >brer and family. Any person having backache, I Good {or the 00 ^.. h| removes the kidney .pains or bladder trouble C oid, the cause of the cough. That's who will take two or three the work of KENNEDY'S LAXA- Pine-ules upon retiring at night TIVB HONEY and TAR-the original laxative cough syrup. Contains no opiates. Sold by shall be relieved before morning. The medicinal virtnes of th» crude gnms and resins obtained from the Native Fine have been recognized by the medical pro- Clark's Pharmacy. When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using The Kind Yon Have Always BongM, and wliicti lias been hi use tor over 3O years, has ^onio the signature of and lias bccmuadc nndcr ?jfs personal supervision since its ia ! to deceive von in All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good" are hut Experiments that trine with and endanger tin? iienUh of Infants and Children—Ksperieuee against lisperiMU'iii. is Castoria is a harmless substitute foy Castor O'l, Paregoric, Drops and SootSiiiig Syrups. It is Pleasant. Is contains neither Opinm, I>Ic!" t >!iii»e cor other Narcotia substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisiiucss. it cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation juid Flatulency. It assimilates tiie Food, regulates the Stomacli ««d Bowels, giving healthy ni\i\ natural CClie CMtdren'g Pauacea-.^ue Mother's FrieutL. GENUINE ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years, ir.w YORK cir MEINERSHAGIN FURNITURE CO. UNDERTAKERS. 'PHONES: NIGHT 153, DAY 397- Ofllei' Hours: x to 12 A. M. 1 to 5 1'. M. Vlsltinn hours by uppoliitment. Odilci-: Hftiikof ''lilllleoUiu blclK. Telephone ;t70. Dr. Ghas. A. Wolfe, Osteopaihic Physician Fifth Year in Chillicothe SPKOIALIST IN CHRONIC O I S B A S.K S AND KX.i.MF-VA- TIOX F BEE. OS-TE-OP'-A-THY. rufrless remedy for the relief of the siifloriniz. Is .npld ing people. For further Information see Dr. T. B. Pheips Dr, Lavina Ssaucamp The drufrless remedy for the relief of the siifloriniz. Is .npldly winning fnvor with thinking people. For further Information see Consultation uud Examination Fit KB. Phones: Office 111: Kestdcncr: Ph«ip.s an; ISeanchamp 852. PUBLIC SALE -OF- POLAND CHINAS The Big Boned Spotted Kind ST HiSHVlEW FIRM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 06. * Budweiser 34644, my Big Boned Spotted Herd Boar, is the sire of most of the offering. W. C. Perfection 30S3 7, 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. REPUBLICANS AT IVI'CORMICK. ! LADIES! The Republican candidates and impaign orators held their first Ala THE GREAT TURKISH REMEDY i For Painful. Irregular and Suppressed Men- choolhouse meeting Of th"5 cam—: struation. Warranted to relieve the most ob- __ -_ - , , , ! stinate and complicated cases. Perfectly safe, at McCormiCk School in ) Recommendedbyladieswliobaveusedit. Price lich Hill township Tuesday night.! *L-. w .P er . bl l 3t J>y_ n ?. a !}: Sent mplahlbox - A<WreM F OR. SAL E Six Room Cottage -Modern. Three blocks from square. Good ufllur. wood liouse. Price $1'1 > UO.O(). Nine-Room Brick House Incity. Modern. Good barn. Price .fc!,^uO. Eight.-Room Frame House Two blocks from- square. Price *l,S50. Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, tfood barn. Price $R25. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price *t,250. Eight-Room Frame House Thi-ee blocks from square. Modern. Price $3,5(JO. Six-Room House Five lots, vooil barn; fruit of all kind. Price $800. Five-Room House Five room boose. Good repair, price $525 00. Seven-Room House In jfood repair: good location. Price $1750. BazelJ.Meek Land Co. AT.Cu nningham, Mgr. City Dept. Own a Home We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $I.80O~-Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2,350~Seven-room dwelling, bath, etc.. barn and woodshed. Lot 30x11:2 feet. S85O—Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one lot. $1,OOO—Six-roomilwellinjr oh North Kim street. Good neigh- hood rnd a bargain. $85O — Five-room dwelling with lot !Wxl40 feet. $600 — Two small dwellings $(>00 each, on easy terms. GILL (& RYAN, Barney BIdg. ChiHicotbe, Mo. CITY REAL ESTATE. Modern slate-roof, brick veneer, 8-room dwcllinK, large lot, fine shade and fruit, fine location. 4-room, almost new dwelling, near Centra school, price $liT>0 Mice rt-room dwelling, near Central school ICKX! cellar, south front, price J950. -1-rooin, new 1 story dwelling on Knynard street, price J5IIO. •-Ti-room almost new tlwellingand barn and lots and barn, price $700. near Industrial Home. The last four dwellines belonft tit non resident and have to sell. Farms. 100 aureH Land— -10 acres flue corn land balance timber, blue (trass pasture, unfnlt- Inp spring, £?,500, $5tX) down balance (1 per cent. 70-acre Farm—l-rogm dwelllnff.born and out-buildinus. 10 acres lino corn land, balance rolling blue grass pasture, on R. F. D.. and tulephone line, unfatlliiirsprlng In pasture, price $2 no. f'VJOdowa balance at B per cent. t have large list of all kinds of Real Estate and can suit you. Money loaned at 5, A and 7 ppr cent on cityand farm land. Insurance written In companies that pay losses on farms and city property. Office across street from Pose Ofllcar L N. PAGE. Dr. Frances H. Singer Osieooathic Physician Successor to Dr. Genevleve F. Lanffhlla F1TZPATRICK BUILDING. 504 Washington St., Chillicothe, Mo TELEPHONE 444. CONSULTATION FRtE NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line. I am now located at M. VV. Litton's Livery Barn. All Calls, will be promptly attended to. TELEPHONES;- OFKICK - - - RESIDENCE - - 43 HENRIETTA HOTEI. No. 40. II.M.M.M.I..M M-H i H-H-I i'M-t-i- fession for centimes. In Pine-nles we offet any thine that will cause constipa- •11 of the virtnes of the Native Pine that , J „ ,. , , , , . . •re of value in relieving all * lon - Be particularly careful about it** J Bl JJ T LI preparations containing opiates. Kidney 8nd BiaonerTrOUDieS use KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE eo«.nl«dIaOi« 0 »crHo M yHeI n cJ.*.| HONEY and TAR wh j ch stopg Prepared by PINE-ULE MEDICINE CO., CHICAG9 i the cough and moves tne bowels. . J. SWETLAND DRUG CO, " .(,Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. V fair-sized crowd was present, The laxative effect of CHAM- ERL AIN'S STOMACH and LIV- R TABLETS, is so agreeable and o natural you can hardly realize mt it is produced by a medicine. hese tablets also cure indigestion nd biliousness. Price, 25 tents. amples free at the N, J. Swetland Drue Store. The condition of J. S. McNally was reported unchanged Wednesday. TURKISH REMEDY CO.. KALAMAZOO, MICH. OR. W.H. PERRY, Homeopath Office Rooms 1 and 2 Wallbrunn building. Residence 1542 west Calhoun St. Office ohone. No. 531: residence ohone. No. 593. All calls in citv and countrv answered promptly <*?v or night. •I-I-I-I-H-K-I I M-H-I-I-1 I PH-H-H-? cs _a_ & • *.Bears the _/}^ KftA Yon Have Always Bougln Signature Of JOHN H. TAYLOR | ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. •?• —— •£• •S- OHIO-: 2nd floor Mitsonlr Ti-inpl"-. H. -• i- \VnsblnKtoii .St. i:oll.-i-ti<ms m.'icle * •%• nnd promptly renilClrd. Nolury :il- -f J* waj's In otlico. "«• j^-H-^-8-H-r-I-H M 11 1111 H"M'| Annie F. Hurxthal Stenographer Notary Public Fire Insurance ?. Postofflce Building 1 , Chi'.licothe. Phones, office 318: residence 665. T-I-1 I I I I r H-H-H-M-H-I-M-M-M-V STONE * House MovinR& Raisins * Leave orders ac » Saunders-Tnrner Lumber Yard * I J. R. McCLELLEH 3 *• ...... ~ I. N. Page LAWYER. ± 507 Washington Street. J K-I'U I-K-l-H-H-H-r-H I 11 M'*!-

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