The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 5, 1906 · Page 1
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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Friday, October 5, 1906
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nn THE CHILLICO NSTIT VOL. xvn NO. 30 3 CIIII.LICOTHE, Mo., FIIIDAY, O 190(5 DAILY EDITION PKICE FIVE CENTS Non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla If you think you need a tonic, ask your doctor. If you think you need something for your blood, ask your doctor. If you think you would like to try Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla, ask your doctor. Wo pubMsh tfco formulae J. C.AyerCo., of ell our Procurations. Tjowell T-Tnnc* Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffeer & Marx A LITTLE HIGHER The common lev- el of men's clothes isn't enough for us; wesellHart,Sehaff- ner & Marx clothes because, they are 1 i 111 e 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. JOHNSON, STANTON AND WHITEHALL PLEAD GUILTY Were Given Light Penitentiary Sentence by Iowa Judge—Centerville Citizens Provoked at Leti ncy | | CLARK BROS. 9 Dress Goods & Millinery Depts. L 52-inch Broadcloth — all colors - - Special per yard-.;..... 54-inch No. 603 Broadcloth—all col- ^£ ors. Special per yard v|? 54-inch No. 612 Broadcloth—all col- & ors. Special per yard.. **£* 54-inch Cravenette—all colors—special per yard 54-inch Fancy Plaid Suitings—spe- cial per yard $1.00 $ 1.00 During the course of the trial of William Stanton, the second of the three robbers on trial at Centerville, chargedjwith robbing the Udell, Iowa, bank, the attorneys for the defendants entered a plea of guilty for the men and they were sentenced to one year each | in the penitentiary. ^ne year in the penitentiary for blowing a safe in a bank seems to be a small sentence to the Missouri witnesses who^ were in at- ten dance at the trial. The Chillicothe witnessess all returned home Friday morning with the exception of Officers Dorney and Purdum who remained to see about the reward offered for the capture and conviction \pf the men. The reward, which will amount to about S3300, will be divided among the four men who captured the robbers here, Officers Dorney and Purdum of this city and Officers Bell and Belcher of Laredo. The citizens of Centerville were provoked by the light sentence imposed by the circuit judge on the bank robbers. With the good behavior law they will only have to serve eight months when they\ wiil be set free in. the "good old summer time" to start on another expedition. MRS. "MEDINA SHEUMAKER PAS SED TO REST Had Been HI for Some Time but Was not Considered Dangerous Until Wednesday—Death Unexpected 36 to 38-inch Fancy Suitings, Serges, Ba- tistse, Panamas, Etc., all colors, special SOe • Millinery Department*. Large fine 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, Gainsborough, Etc. Hosiery and Underwear. Children's Underwear-separate garments {5 ffl I5c Union suits.--.-..-- 25 to $1.00 Ladies' Underwear,separate garments 25c tfl $1:50 Ladies' Underwear, Union suits 25s ffl S3.CO SUJt No. 3536 Ladies' union suit, special 50C SHlf Tuff E. Nuff Childrens' blk cotton hose, special J5c EAST SIDE SQUARE - - CHILLICOTHE, MO. LADIES' EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS and MILLINERY A MULE BUYER BANKRUPT. Lathrop, Mo., Oct. 4—A petition in involuntary bankruptcy has been filed against William Francis, a horse dealer of Lathrop, and the papers were served on him today by a federal officer. Francis has been dealing extensively in horses and mules and has had headquaarers both in Lathrop and Montgomery, Ala. • During the Boer war, when La- throo was the center of the mule trade of the world, and when agents of Great Britain were stationed here, buying the Missouri product by the thousands, Francis was foreman of the big "stables of Guy ton '& Harrington, which had charge of most of the Boer wir business. Three years ago he went into business for himself. He is reported .to have allowed $100,000 in debts to accumulate at o 10 time but claims to be worth §30,000 now. Francis now has sixty head of horses in Lathrop and has property in Montgomery, Ala. PROF. MOSS HONORED Prof. R. E, Moss of the Normal left Friday morning for St. Joseph in response to a telegram from the Buchanan county teachers institute, now in sessioi at,St. Joseph, asking him to read a paper before that body. This paper is the oue which Prof. Moss gave before the Livingston county Teachers' association, which convened in Chillicothe during last week, the subject being "Missouri, Her Writers and Literature." Mrs. Mecina Sheumaker passed away at her home over the Wheeler plumber shop Thursday night at about 10:45 of pleural pneumonia. She had been ill for some time with the disease but her condition was not alarming until Wednesday when a sudden change for the worse was noticed and she sank rapidly until her death. Mrs. Sheumaker was a native of Indiana, having been born ir> Vermillion county in 1835. She was married there when a young lady of eighteen years of ago to John Shuemaker. They left Vermillion county about forty years ago and after spending several years in other states they came to Chillicothe where she had since made her home. Shortly > after they had taken up their residence in this cityJMr. Shuemakor died. To their union were born eight childred, five of whom are still living, as follows: Mrs.-Sam Glore, Mrs. O. P. Glore, Mrs. James Berkley and Mrs. Clara Richards of this city and Mrs. Johnson of Denver, Colo., who arrived Friday in TO*spouse to a telegram announcing -the death of her mother. She joined the Christian church when a mere child and had lived an upright, Christian life. Funeral from the home of O. P. Glore Saturday morning at ten o'clock. Rev. Pardonner assisted by Mr. J. N. Crutcher officiating. Burial in Edgewood cemetery. DIDER-THOMPSON CLOTHING COMPANY FORMED Will Take Over the Newland & Dider St3ck—Fred Thompson and Others Interested A corporation to be known as the Dider-Thompson Clothing company hag been organized, and will take over the New-land & Dider clothing stock on the west side of the square. Announcement was made in the CONSTITUTION Thursday that S. P. Newland had retired from this firm, selling )is interest to his partner, Don S. )ider. Mr. Dider has formed a jorporatiou, associating with him- ielf Fred Thompson, who has Deen employed for several years it the clothing store of Walbrunn, t Berg. Mr. Thompson will sever is connection with the later nam- d firm Saturday night. Besides Mr. Thompson, a num- er of other local men are inter- sted in the new company, which will be incorporated for 85,000. 'apers asking for articles of in- THREE TORNADOES IN AND NEAR CITY KILL MANY Storm Sweeps Through Fiva Miles of The City's Besidence District —Property Loss Half Million. 5.—Three and Many near are THROWN FROM HORSE. Everett Putnam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Putnam, was thrown from a horse on South Washington street late Thursday evening and badly bruised, lu company with a number of other boys, young Putnam was riding down South Washington street at a fast rate, when the girth on his saddle broke and he was thrown to the ground. He waa picked up and carried into a house nearby and a physician summoned. He was sore Friday morning from his fall'but was able to be up and around. orooration have already been drawn up. Frod Thompson is a popular young man whose friends will be glad to see him enter business for himself. GOVERNOR FOLKTOMORROW Governor Joseph W. Folk, who will speak at the Luella theatre tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, CONSTITUTION Special New Orleans, Oct. tornadoes occurred in this city early today, dead and injured. One storm swept through five miles of the city's residence district, inflicting a property loss of a half million dollars. There was heavy loss of life at Lake Ponchartrain. The tornadoes traveled northward through the city along the Mississippi river. WILL BUiLDTELEPpE LINE. Dawn, Oct. 5.—(Special Correspondence)—Jim Burnett of Braymer was in town Wednesday. Mr. Burnett and J. M. Decker are making preparation .to build a telephone line from Dawn to the Burnett board at Braymer. Will Vanstane went to Kansas City Monday to take in the carnival. Miss Mayme Hinton waa in Chillicothe Saturday and Sunday visiting with Miss Lena Bird. DIE IN A GOVERNOR JOSEPH W. FOLK. MILLErf -CARSON. From the Keytesville Oourlur. F. M. Miller of Chillicothe and Miss Amanda Carson ^of Brunswick were married in E. B. Kellogg's real estate office Friday, September 28, 1906, Rev. F. M. Alexander making the twain one. It is said that the smile which adorned Mr. ^Kellogg's countenance while the ceremony was being performed eclipsed anything of the kiod that ever happened up to that time and promises to all future records in that line. - is expected to arrive over the Burlington at 10:56. He will be taken to the Leeper house, where he will hold an informal reception before dinner. All will be welcome. S mm YOU ME GETTING GLASSES Get them ri#ht. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache andEvestrain. A. B MACDONALD BAST, SIDE FORTY KNOWN DEAD. Pooahontas, Va., Oct. 4.—Sixteen known dead and from thirty to forty more men entombed and doubtless all dead, is the situation up to a late hour tonight at the Westfork mines of the Pocahontas Collieries company, where the explosion occurred late yesterday afternoon. The bodies of these men were recovered from the mines as the] result of the heroic work of a band of thirty-five men constituting a rescue party that worked incessantly through the hours of the night and day. THE SKAH OF PERSIA ILL. Teheran, Persia, Oct. 4—The shah of Persia, MuzaSar-Ed-Din-, bg Mrs. Potter of the South Side drug store has returned from trip to Kansas City. THE MAXIMUM OF PERFECTION Is what we claim to -have .reached in "OUR OWN" blend coffee. ^ We buy this coffee green —have it roasted and do our own blending. OUR PRICE IS ONLY 25C, THE POUND. OUR. GUARANTEE: You purchase one pound of "OUR OWN" blend Coffee and if you do not find it equal to any coffee sold at 35c the pound (you to be the judge) we will cheerfully refund your money. Does your grocer offer so liberal a"proposition£ WM.SUMMEPLLE'SSONS This grocers tjjat sell good pojfea After-tlinncr pHI; purely vo pleasant; tjisy to t.*ike ami ron ' w Cathartic :«t;iM?: prompt and i:~y to '.iDL'ratO. 25c. -. Hi *> S S S-^S 3 B £ e I £ M & (ronir.e the blond, feed tno n-srvc 1 -; rui'l hroin, ionc tlio stomach, ami ^ivo restful s]f,- : p. -lilt-, or $1. Orris/ir'sis or m.-iil. <.'. 1. H".~>'I To.. Ly*-vgll. ila,SE. If Aliidc fcy Hooil it's Goo-J. MADfiCENERAL. J. D. Ingram of Nevada, formerly of Chiilicothe, at the recent meeting of the Missouri United Confederate Veterans at Joplin, was elected brigadier general commanding the western brigade of the Missouri division. Mr. Ingram left here about twenty years ago. He is now in the mercantile business at Nevada. HOG MARKET STRONG CONSTITUTION Special. Kansas City, Oct. 5—The live stock market for today,as reported by Clay, Robinson & GJ., was as follows: Cattle—Receipts 3,000; market fteady. Hoga—Receipts 4,000; market strong to 5c]higher; bulk SG.42)e' to 86.521^. Sheep—5500; weak ti lOc lower, Chicago, Oct. 5—Cattio—Re- ceipts 3,500; market steady. Hogs—Receipts 11,000; market steady. HOME BOARD TOMORROW. The meeting of the Industrial Home board of control, which un-, der ordinary conditions, would have been held today, was post- doned until tomorrow, owing to the presence of the Governor here tomorrow and the desire of the out-of-town members to attend his meeting. BULLS AND BEAR." The play the "Bulls and Boar" was presented by the Armin Player at the Luella Thursday evening to a large audience. The company will present "The Lady of Lyons" this evening. _ -« .. » We have moved our dressmaking rooms to the residence of Judge J. T. Hale on West Gal- houn street where we will be pleased to see all of our old customers. pjd6t Masses Cochran & Williams. INFORMATION WANTED. Froi.n the KnlLslniry I'r^ss-Spectntor. Wanted to know the address of Mrs. W. B. or Josephine Profflt. Last heard from at Chillicothe, Mo. Sum of money due her from her father's estate. Information addressed to the Clifton Hill, Mo., Rustler, will be thankfully received. CJ.^.SJ'S.' /™~. tif —J ^ Kiad ^ H2 '- 3ilwa LS ^ Signature -.r f And all the newest records. The Victor is what its name implies, the very best. You listen and you forget it is a talking 1 machine it reproduces the voice so perfectly. The fonnost artists of the world have chosen tlie Victor to perpetuatethoii 1 voices.because it reproducesevery note.every tone, body and soul. The voice of the Victor is the human voice. Prices from $1O to $40. Call and hear the Victor and learn more about them. We close every evening except Saturday at 7:30 p. m. Clark's Pharmacy « ..Henrietta Building.. * CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI. J Misses Mabel Morgan and Olive I Carey accompanied by Sam Evans and Tracy Copple attended the dance at Utica Saturday night. The repairing crew of the Missouri and Kansas telephone company was in town Wednesday and Thursday. Tom Hargrove and Wilber Rob- Ison of Breckenridge were in town Wednesday evening. Miss Beulah Olick came home Wednesday night for a few days' visit. She was accompanied home by Miss Juliet Smith of Lawson. Miss Alena Bushnell went to Kansas City Sunday to attend the wedding of he* cousin who was married Tuesday night. Claude Bushnell of Kansas) City was home on a visit Saturday and Sunday. Miss Cora Carey returned to Braymer Tuesday afternoon after a week's visit with her parents at this place. Mrs. Bealor visited with her sister, Mrs. Vanstane Wednesday. John Glick drove to Braymer Monday evening returning Ivies'- day. Miss Kate Pond of Chillicothe visited her sister, Mrs. John Glick the first of the week. She returned home Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cross of Braymer Sundayed with Jonn Gilch and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sherman of Utica spent Sunday in Dawn the guests of J. M. Decker and family, j Fred Maybe and Joe Cunningham of Mooresvillc ware in town Tuesday night the guests of Misses Olive Carey and Ethel Ward. Tracy Coppla of Ludlow was in town Sund.iy evening the guest of Miss Olivo Carey. Wade Jones spent Saturday and Sunday at Karris the guest of his family. Charle's K. Mosier was' in town Sunday evening and called -on lady friends. Professor Lloyd Bushaoll spent Saturday and Sunday at home the- guest of parents. SWPPED MACHINERY. Ed C. Orr and J. M. Seiser, who controlled the interest in the brick making machinery near the depot, have sold the engine and boiler and brick machine to the South St. Louis Foundry CompE^ny, and the compaug has been busy this week takingit down and shipping it away, says the Utica Herald. The buildings were not sold, acd there is a possible chance that some one may establish a brick yard here at some future time. The principajxtlrawback is the fact that only one lino of railroad is available for snipping purposes, ;xnd the rate givon could not compete with larger points. Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseutee, uaeaqueled for cracked hands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Boarstho Bigaatace a CONSTITUTION Special. 1 Philadelphia, Oct. 5—Six persons were killed and twelve injured in a gas explosion in a subway in the business section at 7 o'clock this morning. The property damage is heavy. The accident was caused by escaping gas from an improperly repaired main. Many business houses are closed. MARRIED SUNDAY EVENING From the Bruckenridgo Bulletin. The wedding of Lieutenant Ben Lear of Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont, and Miss Grace Russell of this city occurred last evening at the home of the bridge's father, Sam Russell. The date of the wedding had been set for next Tuesday but owing to the faccthat the Lieutenant had been ordered to Cuba the event was necessarily hastened. 60-POUND WATERMELON George Mnnroe has on exhibition in the east window of the Sipple clothing store a watermelon grown on_ his place which weighs GO pounds. Mr. Munjoe will exhibit the melon at the Springhill fair Thursday. Mrs. Lloyd Bolts of Meadville j was shopping in Chillicothe Fri- i day. : Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at The WATTON STUDIO Another Car Furniture Just* Received. Will be ready for inspection Saturday. AH new designs. MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE CO. It's Rather Embarrassing Copyright 1906 |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 missing, and with a line of the range and scope of tHe KUPPENHEIMER, for 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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