The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 3, 1906 · Page 4
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 4

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, October 3, 1906
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CHILLICOTHET CONSTITUTION OCT 3 1906 GUARANTEED to CO twlo« V at* farafipasf o or liquid pollsli<>9.1 Gives a milck. lirililnnt lw«tre, I and DOES NOT BURN OFF. I FREE SAMPLE AddreBB nept. 2.1 Ijinont,Corliss* Co.. Agts..7SHudsor. St.,X.T. | Dr. Arthur J, Simpson, SURGEON AND OCULIST Eye Ear Nose Throat Practice devoted to Surgery and Diseases of the Ere, Ear Nose, Throat. Special attention given to surgery of the Eye, Nose and Throat. CLASSES FITTED Office in Herman Bids. North Side Sq.. Phones 8S and 512 STILL AT THE OLD STAHD E. M. CRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHILLICOTHE VOR 20 YEARS THE GINS -NELSON (Reproduction) Moving Pictures of the World's Most Terrific Contest. Vt'ill lie seen nt Che MONDAY 1CTOBER AlL CM II With other Subjects of Comedy and Adventures. An Evening of Wonder and Amusement. -PRICES :25, 35 & 50 Gts. Seat Sale Satimlay. WINDOW GLASS We are making 1 the lowest prices iu the city on Window • Glass. We bought for the fall trade when Che price was down and can save vou r money. Our stock of glass is probably as large as the other stocks in the city combined which enables to furnish almost any size you ask for. N. J. SWETLAND DRU3 GO. Southwest Corner Square. THE EARL AND THE GIRL." CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS From the Kansas City Star. Pretty girls, stage, pictures and Eddie Foy. These are the things for which"The Karl and the Girl," the opening attractisn at the new Shubert theatre, was constructed. Fium the li&iug of thu flisl FOB SALE buys a 6-rdom cottage near First ward school. 100 feet square. Good neighborhood. Water and sink in $750 Ground until the dropping of the last there j F° r sa l e —Cottage in Graves- is constant activity and such an' ville > three lots . fcw ° wells, every- energetic chorue, It never rests; For Sale—A part of my furniture. Inquire at residence, 420 east Clay. Mrs. Frank McNamarr For sale—A top, single buggy almost new. Also set single harness. ' Will sell ata.bargain if taken at once. 28sdtf Saunders-Turner Lumber Co. For Sale—Hard coal stove good as new with pipe and elbows. Inquire at this office. 29sdlw . — team and it rusnes on the stage, sings and (or cow as part payment. William dances for a few minutes, rushes Misenhelter, at Connty Infirmary, off to change its costume aud in a very brief time rushes back on again with a new song and a new dance. "The Earl and the Girl is a musical comedy of the English sort, and therefore ic has plot, incidental of course, but yet more obviovs than that of the av erage American comic opera. Bui it isn't the plot that counts for anything; everything depends on Eddy Fay and the chorus. Foy has not been seen for a number of years in Kansas City He looks a little older, perhaps but he is still very funny. His mouth still curves up at the corners when he smiles, and he stil wears the fingerless gloves. He sings a little,.dances a little, talks a grea't deal and is a clown always. A large company assjets Mr, Foy. The leading roles are well filled by W. H. Armstrong, Elsie Moore, Zelma Rawlston and Nellie McCoy. Chamberlain's Cough Kfmedy Acts on Nature'.. Plun. The most successful medicines are those that aid nature. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY acts on this plan. Take it when you have a'jold and it will allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents. Large size, 50 cents. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. PLATTE COUNTYBURNS BONDS. Platte City, Mo., Get, 2—The ipeople of Platte county today burned the canceled county funding bonds, representing the last of S865,000indebtedness. These bonds were mostly issued for railroads that were never built. Hon. R. P. C. Wilson, Judge J. W. Coots, Senator Francis Wilson and Hon. James H. Hull, made addresses, after which Sheiifi Gid Miller publicly burned the bonds. Platte county does not owe a dollar and has money in its treasury. An elaborate Shubert production "The Earl and the Girl,"with Eddie Foy in the leading role, will be the offering at the Luella Tuesday night. This will be the first presentation in this city of the famous musical comedy which t cored a run of more than two yeare at the Lyric Theatre in London, and which was enthusiastically received at the New York Casino Theatre. In the cast besides Eddie Foy, are well known metropolitan favorites, and a beautifully gowned singing and dancing chorus of eight pretty girls. The production is a most lavish one, ard is replete with magnificent color and gorgeous ensembles. Seats on sale Monday at 9 a. m. Kansas" City Journal—Thomas Ratliff of Chillicothe, Mo,, was in Kansas City yesterday on business at the court house. Mr. Ratliff had not been in Kansas City for seventeen years and was much impressed- with the growth of the city. 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, etc., incorporated into an imported, ereamlike petrolatum. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call our store for free trial box. N. J, Swetland Drug Co. STOP, WOMAN! AND CONSIDER / THE ALL- IMPORTANT FACT For gale—Art Garland bas burner, piano and household effects. Inquire of Thomas Houk 720 Vine street. 29sdlw For sale—Good rubber tired open buggy. Dr. N. B. Stevens, oldlw For sale—4-room house, 4 blocks from Masonic temple; in first class condition. Inquire at this office. 2odtf FOB KENT For Rent—7-room house in good repair. Seymour Wigely. 22sdtf Three light comfortably heatec rooms for rent. Bank of Chilli cothe building. dlvr For rent—Furnished rooms with nil modern improvements. Inquire this ofuie. dlw BOOM AND BOARD Good room and 400 South Elm. board for two din LOST ATTD FOtTND Lost—Overcoat south of railroad, leave at this office. and laprobe Finder pleasi WANED—MALE Wanted— Installment collecto for merchandise accounts; good salary and expenses. Address Globe Company, 723 Chesnut st Phila. Pa. WAJJTED Wanted—Laborers\ to lay Natural Gas pipes. Apply 3rd anc Gillis streets, Kansas City, Mo. K. C. Mo. Gas Co. oodi CATTLE STEADY, HOGS LOWER. CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas City, Oct. 3—The live stock market for today,as reportec by Clay, Robinson & Co., was H.S follows: Cattle—Receipts 10,000; market steady to strong. Hogs—Receipts 9,000; market steady, to 5c lower; bulk S6.40 to S6.50; top§655 Sheep—65,00; steady,"" to lOc higher. Chicago. Oct. 3—Catt!e—Receipts 21,000; market strong; to lOc higher. Hogs—Receipts 22,000; 5c higher. market "WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic Oho era 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, ol Midland, Mich, This remedy can be depended upon in the most severe cases. Even cholera infantum .s cured by it. Follow the plain arinted directions and a cure is lertain. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Kansas City Star—Misses Lulu Blapchard, Eva Melnturfi and OFF FOR CENTERVILLE. The Chillicotho witnesses, who were at Centerville last week to testify against Johnson, who was charged with robbing the Udell, Iowa bank, will return to Center- at ville tonight where they will ap- The pear against Will Stanton, who jis charged-»with being an accomplice in the robbery. That in addressing Mrs. Pinkham you are confiding your private ills to a woman— a woman whose experience with women's diseases covers a great many years. Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter - in,- law of Lydia E. Pmkham, and for mauy yean under herdircctiou, and since her decease,she has been advising sick women free of charge. Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, kcowing full well that they ought to have immediate assistance, but a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician. Itisiuraecessary. Without money or price you can consult a 'woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great. Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation. Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, a Lynn, Mass. All letters are received opened, read and answered by women only. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken. Out, of the vast volume o: experience which shehastocjjraw from it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that wil help your case. She asks nothing in return except j our pood-will, and her advice has relieved thousands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, is very foolish if she does not take nd vantage of this generous/jffer of assistance. If yon are ill, don't hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E. Pinlcham'sVegetabl -Compound at once, and write Mrs. Pink ham, Lynn. Mass., for special advice. When ajnedieine has been successfu in restoring to health so many women you cannot well say, without trying it " I do not believe it will help me " Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is Mary West, all of Chillicothe, are 'highly antiseptec, uneaqueled for;guests of Mrs. D. NEWS AT UTICA. Utica, Oct. 3.—(Special Corres- pondence)—Messrs. Alva and Edward Davis and Misses Ethel anc Jessie Davis of Kansas City, who accompanied the remains of their mother, Mrs. Julia Davis, to Chillicothe Sunday, are here visiting relatives and will remain two week's before returning home. Harry Stone and family are attending the carnival at Kansas City this weok. A social dance was given a Myers' hall Saturday night which was attended by twenty couples Mooresviile and Ludlow contributed to the crowd and all enjoy.:d a pleasant evening. An ice cream social was held at Dice's hall Saturday night by the Ladies Cemetery Association. A large crowd attended and the la dies realized a neat sum for their cause. Frank Flinn, formerly of Utica now of Oklahoma is here during the apple season, helping to pack the fruit. W. W. Bagley has returned from a business trip througn Oklahoma. Miss Beulah Hudgin?,who i* attending Maupin'a college, was at home to spend Sunday. Clifford Bagloy of Waterloo, Oklahoma, is in Ucica visiting relatives and old friends. J. P. Womble, formerly of Utica but now living in Kansas City, is here visiting relatives and will i-o- main through the winter. Miss Ella Middleton visited relatives in Chillicothe this week. Herbert Rockhold, who lives west of Ulica, attended the danco here Saturday night. After the dance he drove to Mooresyille, and while he left the horse hitched ;o a rack to go home with a lady riend, some unknown party cut ;he harness all to pieces, leaking t impossible for Herbert to get lome. No trace has been found of the perpetrators. Miss Bessie Bagley, w ho is at- ending Maupiu'dCommercial ucl- ege, spent Sunday in U.ica. Mrs. A. A. Fellows ana Miss Lula Wells of Chillicothe were W. Drake last PERSONAL AND LOCAL j Mr. and Mrs. Thos. England' visited friends in Utica Tuesday, j Mrs. C. A. Loomis of Kansas! City will arrive Friday to visit her! mother, Mrs. Hurxthal. Charles Eaton and Charles i Bisnop of Plymouth were business visitors in the city Wednesday. Attorneys. J. Miller returned] Wednesday from Springfield j whore ho went on legal business. Mrs. Harry Bird ani daughter, Miss Laura, of Wheeling were shopping in the city Wednesday. Your step has lost elasticity because your blood has lost vitality, which Hood's Sarsap-rilla will restore. Walter Gish of Wheeling township was in the city Wednesday transacting business and visiting mends. Kansas City Journal—Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Leepcr of Chillicothe are at the Baltimore for Carnival week. Jesse Smith wiU leave Thursday for Atchison, Kas, where ho has secured a position and will spend the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. S N. Norris and tor. and Mrs Harry Milbank went to Kansas City Tuesday to see the Priests of Pallas parade. Everett Scott, Robert Packard and Delbert Arthaud left Tuesday afternoon for Kansas City where they will spend several days. Mrs. Carl Sulzbacher of Kansas City, will come Friday to be'the guest of her mother, Mrs. Lydia A. Minor, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrwin A. Freeman announce the birth of a daughter, Vera Margaret, Saturday, September 29, at Laredo. Marriage license was issued Wednesday afternoon to Ira R. Walker of Centerville,' Iowa and MisaNannie Harper of this city. M. L. Brooks of Scott,.Kas., arrived Wednesday and will spend two weeks with relatives aud friends in the city and country. Marriage license was issued Wednesday to Ben Lear, Jr., of Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. and Miss Grace L. Russel of Breckenridge. Mrs. F. G. Turner left Wednesday morning for Blue Mound township to ppend two weeks visiting with her brother-in-law, C. C. Case. Misses Annie and Lottie Hurxthal returned yesterday from Kansas City, where they have been the guests -of their sister, Mrs. C. A. Loomis; Mrs. Abbie Thompson and Mrs: Eiima Gill, who were called here by the death of W. S. Chase, returned to cheir homes in Blythos- dale, Mo., .Wednesday. Mrs. Mamie Kirk of California returned home Monday after several weeks' visit with relatives in Sampsel township. She was ,'ompanied tw Miss Eva Hale. i1 ° ni)t cal1 your attention soluly to our low prices-liny quote uieauinjrless Katiier "\voutc Two vou be conscious of the incontrovertible fuel the clothes to which our low prices are attached represent the most noteworthy accomplishments of hiidi-prieed tailor skill, forincil from models and fashioned of fabrics which arc abrcst with tin; lumr or ever beyond it If you have never experienced the lasting satisfaction such clothes confer, you will appreciate them even more than our re<*u- lar patrons. $10 00 to $27.50 \Vo soil the celebratf'd RKLOF SIKK HAT. Wilson L'u'os.' Shirts. SCSIGNEO . Scmxtaa FineCkrthesMohcra t £eltimQ>tt -jfcrf ffftfl^fft WEST SIDE SQUARE. To Save Money £££ OfJARANTEED is a pretty good combination. There are *™* 9S » 1 ™ S ""* 1 • ••'*•'• is a pretty no cold rooms in a house where there is a ABSOLUTELY. TO BE FREE FROM SMOKE OR SMELL Menteerfi Williams he will visit a few days before re- turney home. Miss Banna Kerr was the guest of relatives in Chillicothe Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Webster entertained a number of friends Tuesday night in honor of Mr. Webster's forty-fifth birthday. Many useful presents were received by Mr. Wobsters and all loft their best wishes after a most enjoyable evening. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Webster at a late iour. Miss Dorothy White, who was called to Kansas City last week on account of the serious illness of her aunt, Mrs. Julia Da vis, return- d home Monday. -«—••—*• A sour stomach, a bad breath, a msty complexion and other con- equences of a disordered diges- ion are quickly removed by the use of Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets. NEWS FROM ROUTE SIX. Route 6, Oct. ^.— (Special Correspondence)—Corn cutting is all done and wheat sowing* is in full Dlast in this sction. Henrv Krouse has moved to hia new home on the southwest corner of section 14. Fred Buchanan called on home folks Sundwy. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mast visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Christian and Miss Blanche and Ena Hale and R. L. Hale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kirk and family. Mrs. B. Krouse and daughter visited with C. H. Krouse and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lay visited with Charles Egbert Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weber visited j Mr. and Mrs. John Dawkins Sun-j day evening. Saves Hard Work 6=5=4 is prepared* particularly for GAS COOKING RANGES and is also a labor saving substitute for blacking, on the sides of any cook stove burninghard'coa.1.1 It is better than an enamel for STOVE PIPES or WIRE SCREENS; it covers more surface, Is applied easier, dries quicker and wears longer. 6-5-4 Kills Rust For sale by Joseph Batta and ! Minteer &* Williams. THE WEATHER ! Partly cloudy tonight and Miss Ena Dawkins, who attends 'Thursday, with probably showers east and south portion. Warmer northwest portion tonight. school in ChUlicothe, spent Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. John Grouse and family of Chillicothe visited home folks iu North Sampsel Sunday. Frank and Charley Weber delivered apples at Chillicothe Tuesday. W. Raulie was in Chillicothe Tuesday. T, A. Dryden was in Chillicothe Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Two days Treatment free. Sold by j Wheeling were shopping he N. J. Swetland Drug Co. city Wednesday Swope'of in the As a dressing for sores, bruises and burns, CHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE is all that can be desired. It is soothing and healing in its effect. Price, 25 cents. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Gymnastics alone can never give that elasticity, taso and graceful figure which comes by taking H611istf>r's Rocky Mountain Tea. T«>a or Tablets, 35 cents, Swetland Drug Co. the guests thia week of Miss Eu- 'cracked hands. Good'for cuts.Sold genia Bradshaw, 3540 Trooot ave- by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. nue. I WHEN YOU ARE GETTING CUSSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in «he relief of Headache and E vest-rain. A. B. MACDONALD EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. (Zoflamin ktorv Kaeumaus.ii >_ured n 3 Dave. i Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind., says:' "My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism ; in every mascle and joint: her suffering \vns terrible and her body and face were swollen almost beyond recognition; had been in bed ' for six weeks and had eight physicians, bet received no benefli untll-she tried the Mystic Ourf for Rheumatism, it gave immediate relief und she wns able to walkabout In three days. I am sure it saved her lite." Sold by* N. J. Swetland Drug Company. Owing to the contagious diseases in Chillicothe, all visitors j at the county infirmary will be denied admittance for the next six weeks. Dr. R. L. DowelJ. J.od5t Bean the Signature at ' — IMITATE JAS. CORNWELL Jim is only 15 years old, but be is drawing $4O a month in St. Joseph. Jim enrolled in MAUPIN'S COLLEGE. If you are not a chump you'll enroll too. Maupin's College "T5i POSITION SCHOOL" Cbifficothe' JMp. -~- •week. Clarence Staple!on of Chulu was the guest of his brother, B Staple- to- , last week. v Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dies and Mr. and Mrs. Gaorge Dice of j Mooresviile were guests of rela- , tives here Sunday. John Williams of Pordland.Mo., was here this week on a businesss trip. He was the guest of L. P. Bonderer and Asa Kockhold. Miss Allie Webster was a Chillicothe visitor Tuesday. Miss Mayme McCloughan was the guest of relatives in Chillicothe Monday and Tuesday. Lewis Drake of Los Angeles, Cal., who has been visiting his parents, O. W. Drake and wife, left Monday tot St. Joseph where SAM ®> LEE SHUBERT INC., Offer the Merry English Musical Whirl NELLIE McCOY TUESDAY Q OCTOBER. W WITH EDDIE FOY AND 75 OTHERS. Catchy Songs, Beautiful Costumes, Gorgeous Scenery, Pretty Faces. Parquet, and Boxes. >$l-$2 DreJs and Bal. Circle l.OO Balcony •« Gallery 50 Seat. Sale Monday, 9 A. Mi Free List. Suspended j

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