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L'Jtilt,L,iCUitiii- -lX.JXaTlTUU.UJW UCT » IQOO 1 T5e Chfllicothe ;: * CONSTITUTIONJ CONSOLIDATED WHS THE MAIL, AND STAR SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. J. I* NEWitAND WM. L. W ATKINS EDITOBS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION jniarantees to 4vertisers a larger circulation io Livingston County than hat of all other local papers published in ChUli- cothe combined. £he 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 $1.50 rate. Thi rule will be strictlv adhered to. Entered at the postoffice at Chillicothe. Missouri, and admitted for transmission through the mail as sec ond-class matter. Office in CONSTI TDTION Building, 516.South Washing ton Avenue. Teleuhone No. 105. By M«a—Postage Prepaid: Daily, one vear 85.00 DailY* six months 2.5' Weeklv, one vear, in advance.... 1.0< Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1.5C Weekly, six months The Dailv will be delivered by car tiers to subscribers in Chillicothe a. 10 cents per "~«k. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptlyreport ed at this . Democratic State Ticket. For Judfce of Supreme Court, Lone Term. X. M. TTOOBSON. For Judge of Supreme Court, Short Term W. W. GKAVKS. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. . Superintendent of Publia Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. Democratic County Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUCKER Representative JAMES O. RANEY Sheriff MARE WHITE Recorder of Deeds "WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. C. ORR Olerk of the County Court A. M. SHELTON Treasurer U. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Clerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW :MCBRIDE Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN .T.MAY Presiding Judge County Court S. HAWKINS Jndgfl Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Public Administrator FORREST M. GI1,L Judge Western District C. W. GAHLICK For Coroner. R. H. CABELL. THE stay-at-homes tbere. were al THE merchants want the Gcver nor to come again. Saturday wa the greatest trade day they hav enjoyed for years and years. , THE keynote was shrill enoug (to be heard throughout the lengt and breadth of the state. It coul not be misunderstood. It is a sumed up in the words "Law En forcement." EMBEZZLER A CANDIDATE. The Republican State conven tioo nominated a candidate fo railroad commissioner that wil not receive the support of th honest Republicans of the stat •who vote their convictions. E. W. Flentge, of Cape Girardean county, is the candidate re ferred to. Flentge, was collector of Cape Girardeau county from 1900 to 1904 and during that time a short' age in the road district funds occurred at various intervals. Th amounts ran from $25 up into the hundreds of dollars. In 1900 he Paint Adds Value to Property f For every dollar's worth of paint—good paint—you put on your house, you add several dollars to its value, for the difference in price which property in good repair will brmg over a skabby building is by no means measured by the actual cost of the improvement. _ In this calculation we have not included th« insurance feature—the saving of the property from decay. -*O Good paint looks well, protects wellr lasts welL There are many imitations of paintWhich do none of these things, yet cost as much or more than straight white lead and Unseed oil, the best paint. Southern Pure White Lead t£ (Mrnde br the OH Dutch Process) so is die acknowledged standard. See that it is used on your house. ^NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and lOth St.. St. Louis. Ho. ft for (lie by first class dealers. OPEN PUBLICITY THE BEST GU-UKTllVTY OF MERIT. When the tnalc«r of a medicine, sold through drcsrg'.sto for family use take* his patients fully into his confidence by frankly and fearlessly publishing broadcast as well as on its bottle wrappers, a full list of all it? ingredients Injiliiin English, this actiim on his part is the best nossfbie evidence that lie is not afraicf to havn the search li^ht of Investigation turned full upon liis formula and that it will bear the fullest scrutin; and the most thorough investigation. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the cure of the weaknesses, periodical pains and functional derangements of the or- trans distinctly feminine, i? the only meili- rine put un for s«!c through druggists tor woman's special <i-r-. the maker of iv!ii,-li is not afraid to take his patients itjt« his full confidence by such open anc honest publicity. A glance at tlie publi?hfd ingredients on each bottle wrapper, will show tliat it is made wholly from timate business, which kept th( lobbyist away. And it wa? the Governor's well known disposition to relentlessU prosecute all boodlers that kepi the bribe-giver away aud the biibe-taker quiet while the assembly was in session. The speaker of the house and the president of the senate, good (hen though they may have been, had no terror for the boodlers. It was Governor Folk and his reputation which loomed up big before them and rid Missouri of any further disgraceful traffic in legislation. This Mr. Hadley knows native. American, medicinal raots. that it contains no poisonous or habit-forming drucs. no nar- to be true and if he were honest he colics and no alcohol—pure, triple-refined glycerine, of proper strength being used Hisfc*~d of file commonly employed aico hoi, botti, for extracting and preserving fife active medicinal properties found in the roots of the American forest plants rmployed. It is the only medicine foi v.iimen's pecuiar diseases" sold by drtig- i^ts, thai-docs not contain a large 1,-er- ^ ! of alcohu : su liarraful to < jvliicii is in Uic lone i (iolicino. nerv . , .ius system. Now. glycerine is perfectly harmless, and serves a valuable"purposr. by possessing intrinsic value all its own. and besjdes it enhanced the curative effect of the other ingredients entering into the "favorite I'resc.ription." Some of tho ablest nrefiical'writcrs and teachersVendorsc these views and praise all the several ingredients of winch ''Favorite l-'rescription" is composed — recommending them for the cure of t"h' \;ery samefdiseases for which this workl- famcd medicine if advised. Xo other medicine for women has any sue): j/ro fesxioruil endnrsemeiU—worth more than my number of ordinary tcstinuHiials. If interested, send n.'nnennd address to Dr. R.. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.. for his little book of extracts from the., works of eminent medical writer? and" teachers, endorsing the several ingredients am! tellins just v:hal i>r. Pierce's merticincf 1 are maae of. It's free for the asking. was short the sum of Sfi42 91. In the Cash Book a newspaper oi undoubted reliability, published at Jackson, the county seat of Cape Girardeau county, there ap- psars this week a reproduction of the records of the County Court of Cape Girardeau county signed by all the county Judges and attested by tho county clerk, Wm. "Parr. The names of the Judges are Charles Bartels, William P. Thompson and Louis P. Thomas and any reader who doubts that Flentge is an -embezzler should address either of these county judges at Jackson, Mo. They have all made their statements and Bied their reports under oath and the Weeltly Cash Book publishes these court records in full. The people of Cape Girardeau county are anxious that the state at large shall know the facts. They consider it an insult to the state that such a juggler of public funds should bo named for a state office, If he is not honest in a county office what can bo expected of him in etato office where his opportunities for "favoring" th railroad coiporatioas arc so num- erout? Rube Oglesby, the Democratic candidate, has never been suspected much less accused of a breath of dishonesty. Rube does not have to deny stories of bood ling. Rube is loved most where he is know best. Republicans, will you vote for an embezzler when you have an honest man like Rube Oglesby to vote for? THE FOLK MEETING. The Folk meeting in Uhillioothe Saturday was tiie greatest that tho county has seen for years, if indeed it was ever equalled oefore. The oldest inhabitant caunot remember when there were so many Vehicles and conveyances on the streets lee ding out from the business district, it was a crowd of farmers. And many came long distances. It shows that Folk is the best drawing card in the country. It shows that the people endorse his policies. It shows that law enforcement is the most interesting topic in the nation today. When old gra/ haired men men stand two hours ami !i ten to a political speech, it shows that there must be something attractive to it. Above all, it shows that the Democrats are not going to stny at home this fall. HADLEY, THIS FO-ES. Mr. Herbert Hadley, attorney genera! of Missouri, opened his campaign in Missouri Tuesday night. His speech was largely an attempt to reply to an editorial in the CONSTITUTION published some would admit it. Nobody knows whether there were those in the :ast legislature who would have sold their votes or not> because Governor Folk did not give them a. chance. And it is equally true that most of the desirable legislation passed by the last legislature was secured through Governor Folk's insistence and influence. As to what the Democrats have done to fight the trusts: Mr. Hadley is a poor man to raise such an issue. Never has an attorney general of Missouri made more noise and accomplished less than he. Without one tenth of the de- mon.stration that Hadley made E. C. Crow, while he was attorney general, brought the insurance trust and the beet trust to their kneosin a Missouri court and com pelled them to pay many thousands of dollars in fines. Ed Crow did not strive for glorj for himself; he did not spend a large part of his time in court posing for flash light pictures, but he got results and that is more than Mr. Hadley has yet done. Let Mr. Hadley name a single instance of bust prosecution in which he has brought blood. Mr. Hadloy would do well to strive to emulate Governor Folk and do something rather than to attempt the vain task of robbing the Governor of credit for his accomplishments. Pain from a Burn Promptly Ktlievtd uy Chamberlain's Pain Ba!jn A litlle child of Michael .Strauss, of Vernon, Conn. s was recently iu great pain from a burn on the hand) ana as cold applications only increased the inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stop the paiu. Mr Nichols says: "I advised him to use CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM, and the fir.-ft application drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief. I have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for cuts, burns, strains and latuo back, and have never known it to disappoint." For sale by the N. J. Swetlaud Drug Co. The Farmers' Mutual Insurance company will hold its sixteenth annual meeting Saturday, Oct. 13 Directors will meet iu Citizens National bank at 10 o'clock. Annual meeting of pojicy holders at court room at I p. m. Two amendments on file for action. One tint no animal bo insured until it is thirty days old. Second ; Shall we insure farm buildings operating gasoline engines? The company is less than 8200 in debt. Every, body attend. Election and reports. J. A. Lewis, Prca. Hugh Tudorj Sec. Dawn, Mo, Oat. (5 1906. Cod-ltwl WAS A VERT SICK BOY ACT QUiGKLY Delay Has Bien. Pangerous in Chil- cothe Do the right thing at tho right time. Act quickly in times of danger. Backache is kidney danger. Doan's Kidney Pilis act quickly- Cures all distressing, dangerous kidcey ills. Plenty of evidence to prove this, Mrs. Mary M. Kinky, living at 1221 N. Locust street, Chillicothe, Mo., -na^ s: "My Grst experience with Dean Kidney ; Pills was about two years ago. It was just after the excitement and work of entertaining frieud.-; that I wns suddenly taken down. My kidneys acted almost incessantly and a terrible burning pain in the passage. Across the small of my back and shoulders seemed to be on fire, while the lower part of body felt cold. My sister, who had beou cured of Dropsy ,by Doan's Kidney Pills, sent to the N J. Swetland Dru=j Co.'s store and got me a box. After taking a few doses, I com menced to feel easier and I grad- ua ly got well. However, I kept on with the pills until 1 had taken several boxes. I always keep them on hand and recommend j them to my friends whom I hear 'complaining about kidney trouble. I have never yet heard nuy- oue say a harsh word about Donn'rf Kiduey Pills." For salo by all de:ik-r=. Piico 50 cents. Foster-Millburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Rcmotuber the name Doau's and take no other. months ago, which has been re- I use of Ring's Dyspeosia published iu the Democratic Hand jook. Mr. Hailley nttempted to show two thinits: Fir=t, that the absence of boodlers from the last lislaturi; was duo; to the fact that there was a Republican ma- But Cured by Ohambsrlain's Coltc, Cho'.era and Di'airhoea Htmedy. "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, of Midland, Mich, This remedy can be depended upon in the most se vero oases. Even cholera infantum is cured by it. Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. A sour stomacn, a uau breath, a pasty complexion and other consequences of a disordered digestion are quickly removed by the Tablets. Sold by Two days treatment free. the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. WARRENSBUSG GIRL A SUICIDE. Warrensburg, Mo., Oct. 7.—Miss ! Susie Davenport, daughter of J. | M. Davenport, committed suicide 'at iher home this msruing by .ority in the House of Representa- jghooting herseJf twice with a fS ; ves; and second, that the Demo- ! caliber revolver".^ No reason is crats'in Missouri have never done | assigned for the act. ^_ anythiuu to ch^ck the trusts. j Mr. Had)cy was presuming on j he iunoranca of his audieiice i Any well informed Missourian i knows that acariy all of the bood-1 Any person having backache, ers bcth in rhc legislature and in be St. Louis oily council were lepublicans. k is also a well . . ± • i_* nown fact ihat bor.diing and lob-, Pine-ules upon retiring at night by ing at Jefferson city were stop-: shall be relieved before morning. >ed, not by f.ny effort on part "of: HP Rpr>,ih] ; ~ i> . ii- ritv in the ' 'E8S8BHJ^ T he medicinal virtnes of tho he Republ.,.,11 i .j rity in the . ^^^™ crude gam9 and resin3 ob . Heuso of Represencaliven, out by \ ys& r "'VF tained from the Native Pine Governor Folk ia person. (have been recognized b^^ 16 m , eai ^l -S^i It was Governor Fo! kidney pains or bladder trouble who will take two or three In Pine-u!es we offer o-* ordpr fsssion for centuries. toA » °' aor .,u of ae virtues O f the Tfative Pine that hat .•)!! lobbyist- who came to !„,, o f Ta lne in relieving all Bladder Troubtas < Guaranteed (o Give Satisfaction or Konej- Relticaet port to hi n and should stay in, Prepared by he city oslv a few hours, just ! piNE-UtE MEDICINE CO.. ong enou^b'to transact any legi-j M. J. SWETLAND DRUG CO, Cnamberltiin's Cou«n itemedy Acts on Nature'o I'i^u. Tr.i' moHt succoseful medicines | are those.that aid nature. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY acts ou this plan. Take it when you have a cold aud it will allay the coujjh, relievo the lungs, aid expectoration, open the aeerotious aud aid nature in restoring the system to ii healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence, tc counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price, 2.5 cents. I/urge sizo. oO cents. For sale by tho N. J. Swetland Drug Co. $50,000 Y.M.C. A. BU1L01NQ Columbia. Mo., _ Got. 7—The trustees of tho ?.tntc uiimirsity Y M. 0. A. student building fund have decided to let at once fie contract for erection of H. §~>0 0'3'J building. Tho building is made possible by a gift of 810,000 from A. H. Jones of Halisviilo and the adininistrfttOr of the Caatilo os- t*to of St. Charles traid §10,000. The association yet lacks SV'OO of the total of §50,000 for tho builJ- ing. but the trustees foel that they can begin the work oteonstruction with th« sums now subscribed It is expected that the building will be ready for occupancy in a year. Bewara of Ointm-nts for UAttirrh that rOntftin Mrrcuryi tis mercury will srnvly ili-stroy iin 1 sense u( smell niitl t-onipl'-tely Ueraupe tin- whole sy»l>'»n ivlien niifrliifr il Ihronirli tlie nni- oovls surfaces, ^ 4 ^lcll (irtieies slictlld ne\''M' !'i> nsra i-XL-'-jiL on [:!'i'-.: l i'ipt Ions from tvptl! - ilhle pbysiehins. as th" diiimme Ihey will ilu is ttMi fold lo the jfood you i L :in ptirislhiy il'-rive fruintht-ni. II Ar,!,'s !!ATA I! 1111 iTUK mr.numeturc'il i-,y F. S.CIn'noy A i'<>., Toliv do, O., rontains no iiH-reni-y.iliMl is taken in- teni!iliy,aetinsdn-"elly upon the blood and nnu-ous snrfaees of i h.- syst"ni. In linyinir Hull's Tatnrrli run' lie sin-" you ni't th.-iioii- iflne. I! is laken Interiiitlly and mail" In ToleUo. Ohio, ».v F. J.t'hi-n.-y A Co. Tesli- numinU free. Sold by liri'KKlits. Prk-e, 73c per bottle. TIIUi-HillI's Kimilly I'ills I'oreonsiiiiiition. WHITE SCHOOL REPORT. For the month ending Oct 5 is as follows: No. of pupils enrolled 22; No. of days attendance by all pupils for the month, 31§Yz; Average daily attendance 20; No. of days taught during the month IS. Those attending every day are: Cora ant! Rose Depler, Christie and Arthur Karst, Bermie Diegel- aifin, Ora Delbert nnd Clifton Cooper, Irvin Clowdis, Shelby Boyd, Bertha and Kterl Burns. Those absent only one day during the month are Johti Clowdis, Dick and Jim Cooper, Glenn Uhrmach- er and Groyer Lucas. Names of visitors during month are Masters Leo and Henry Abele, Wheeling, Misses Dollye Edrington and Garnett Uhrmacher and Mr. J. Y. Cooper, District clerk. Friends and especially patrons of the school are requested to visit us at any time. Very Respt. Lizzie B. Dunser, £, Teacher. If you like Coffee tut dare not drink it, try Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It's true that real coffee does disturb the Stomach, Heart and Kidneys. But Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee has not a grain of true coffee in it. It is satisfying, wholesome and harmless even to the youngest child. Being made from parched grains and malt it forms a food-like drink,yet having the true flavor of Old Java and Mocha Coffee. Sold by P. T. Aboil and E. J. Barnoyback. ALLEGED IVIOlf LEADER SHOT Springfield, Mo., Oct. 7.—Doss Galbraith, who was accused of be Lng the loader of the mob that lynched three negroes here in April, was shot and dangerously jinjured tonight by Warren G I Hartley, a brother of the ex-coun- jty collector, J, B. Hartley. Hart- j ley was a witness against Gal- Ibraith in the latter's recent trial, and there has been hard feeling between the twj as a result. The shooting occurred on the public square, and there were probably |30 : ) witnesses. Hartley was ar ! rested aud released On S'WO bond. I Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar ! the original laxative cough syrup j act5 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. Swotland Drug Co. Mia. aud and Mr. and Mr,-- Hutchison Kt-jO.-r of Jackson township returned Friday from Sedalia, were they attended tho Missouri Statce Fair. Mr. Hutchison met with the board of agriculture in Spdalia while Mr. Kesler was an assistant superintendent in one of the departments. Both praise the fair. A cold taken at- this time of the year is generally hard to get rid of b Jt it will not be able to withstand Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar That will cure all colds, coughs, croup, whooping cough, t tc., by driving them out through the bow- ela. 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. S. A. Timmons and A J. Brunk of Wheeling township were among Saturday's visitors who \vere in the city to hear Governor Folk. Tone the liver, move the bowels, cleanse the system. Cade's Little Liver Pills never gripe. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Cis. Itch on" liuinibii curo'4 In 30 routes by OOLF01!D'S S^NTTAllV J.OTIO.V. ft^g [\evft tails, So)ojo.vjilie JT^.lSwetland Jir-j* Oo WABASH RATES If 3 ou want to go to New York now is the time, the rate is very low, Drat class tickets and first clans eery-ice. Homcseekurs excursions. One faro plus §2 for the round trip, tickets on sale first and third Tuesday of each month, limited for return 21 days from date o' side. W. E. CREAMER, Agent. t'iQamm.«torv Rtioumatisoj Oured ll 3 D ftv a . Mortnn I.. IIilli of Lebanon. I ml., says ''MvwlfH h«<i liitluninintory Kkcumntlsrn In I-VITV inuaclunhiilolht: liSf sUffcdnir ' t'-rfiblr and lu-r burty niitl fhce *«fe sirol almost h,>yond recognition: Imd bebh in bet for six w(.-ckH»nd Imd elitlit pbyalcinna, bu !-.-•;.,•) ved no liehelli until she tried the Myst!t .^un (or Rheumatism. It Kftve Immediate ri'lli-tnml sin 1 was able to walk aliotit In three (Jii.vH. I lini Juro It mrini her li'e." s >ld l>y S..l.,s\vuhniKi nriiiiOoinpdny. If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for them, Dyspepsia would practically be a disease o: the past. Dr. Shoop's Restorative reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon the inside nerves—the truo stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness, fullness, bloating, belching. We recommend and sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The N. J. Swetland Drug Co. I. J. Voglegesang of Gallatin came down Saturday morning to hear Governor Folk speak. He was a pleasant caller at the CONSTITUTION office. The laxative effect of CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIVER TABLETS, is so agreeable and eo natural you can hardly realize that it is produced by a medicine These tablets also cure indigestion and biliousness. Price, 25 tents Samples free at the N, J. Swetland Drue Store. R. J. Stewart of Farmersville is a renewal subscriber to the CONSTITUTION A Perfect Bowe! Laxatiye for constipation, sallow complexion headache, dizziness,sour stomach, coated tongue, biliousness. Lax- ets act promptly, without pain or griping. Pleasant to take—Lax- fcts—inly 5 cents. Sold by the NJ. Swetland Drujr Co. W. Koughton of Uraymer was a Friday evening business visitor in the city. Good for the couj;b, removes the cold, the cause of the cough. That's the work of KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY andJTAR—the original laxative cough syrup. Contains no opiates. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. Frank Northeott was here from Sumoer Friday. 0 . -- Afegetable Preparation Per As- jj f : simila('m*iilicr'ooilon;ii»c c jiila- ;| "-• ^ tiiiglteStoinachsaridUewdsi!!' |; A ^Q^J 1 : the PromotesDi§eslion.ChecrPii!-"| j ness and ItesfConlriiiis neither : i : ;.j -f Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. ! ;i 01 Opium.Morphin NATIC OTIC. ttorirlh !~y.lU- /byrmmt -, / j •• '• |\ 111 CarfwiirJr.i-Ja-t J | 31 r/j«.. p.,,./- s i : ? * ) i'i Aperlccl Hcrnedy for Tons I;;., jl i; Hoh, Sour Stomach, Dinri'iii;.:- ness and L FacStmilc SiRrti'.lura uT EXACT. COPy OF WRAPPER. ': £ ffijf *|rS §i » ^ _azZjJ> r *^ MEINEHSHAOifi runr UNDERTAKERS. 'PHONES: NIGHT 153. DAY 397- Ollli-o Knurs: S to I-J A. M. 1 to S l>. M. Visiting hours by iippointtiHMit . onilue: liiinknr •.jhlllicotlii' l>l(lir. Telephone :;7'», Or. Ohas. L Wolfe, Gsteopsthis Physician Fifth Y <• a r in ChiUicothe Sl'K-T,\r.!ST IMCUIRO.VIC 1) IS K AS.K S r .S-JL'M'A TION* AND KXAMTN A- TI-.iS F It K R • OS-TE-OP'-A-THY. \ Thi-elniltl.'ss r.)inp;ly t..r I h.M.-ii.-f ,,f Lli- ^iiir-Tlriu. is -iipl.ily v'miliiz favor ivUli * thinking? p>vipli>. Kur Tari ncr liif<irin:il|.i.'i .,••>• Jt Dr, T.G. Pheips Or, Lavina Seaueamp llm..'^"^-^^: * (JonsiiUiit hni ;t >nl i: x:imin;iL!iMi I-UI-^.. ^ Plium-i: I'xnc-i'HI: III -IdiMir.-: t'ii'-iin J'<: Bfiiiu-liiiMip :S-'. « *«»««««««**•«»****«**»**** t**'"'"'** 11 ************' 4 ***" -3F- POLAND CHINAS The Big Spotted Kind BISHVIEW nm THURSDAY, O&TOi 06. Biidweiser 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. Janiesport, Mo. Sparks, Shepherd and Wells, Auctioneers. R.. V. THOMPSON, Clerk., Cashier F. & M. Bank. F OR. SAL* =--— -"r^ffFSii m& Six Room Cottage Modern. Three blocks frorri square. O.m.1 collar, w O o il house. Price *i.'OiM«r. Nine- Room Brick House In city. .Modern. Good barn. Prieo fc!,^uu. gig it.-R.oom Fromejjggse Two blocks from square. L-'i-ice * 1,850. Five- Room House. Three blocks from square, ijood hiii-u. Price $B-.>Five-Room Frome House Two blocks from square. Price *l,J.~>i>. Three blocks from square. .Modern. I Vice $3,500. Six-Room House Five lots, jfooil barn: fruit of all kind. Price $800. Five-Room House Five room hoo.se. Good repair, price •iii-O W). Seven- Room House tn j;ooil repair: irood location. Price $1750. Bazel J. Meek Land Co. AT.Cunningbam, Mgr. Chy Dept. Own a Home We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $1,80O— Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2350—Seven-room dwelling 1 , bath, etc., barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $850— Five-room dwelling, on West Websrter street, one lot. $1,OOO— Six-roomil welling- on North Elm street. Good nei^h- hooil mil a bargain. $850 — Five-room dwelling with lot UO.il-H) feet. $60O — Two small dwellings *iiiK) each, on easy terms. GILL ®» RYAN, Barney Bldg. Chillicothe, Mo. CITY REAL ESTATE. Mi'ilfM-n slntf-ronf. brk-k vpmvr, K-ronm dwellinB. lariii" lol, One slmtte and fruit, «n* l-room. almost newdwellinff, nearOenlra school, price J'lTx) . _ Nice i;-romii dwelllnar. near IVnlral acbool a. KM! cellar, south front, price |9S* i-r<Kim. ni'\v 1 story dwelling ou Raynarcl street, price tVHl. "5- room almi st new dwelllnitnnd bnrn ana lots and bum, ortco J7UI. near Industrial The Inst f<iur dwelling belonK to non resident and have to sell, Farms. 10O acres Land— 10 acres fine corn Inmf halance timber, blue Krass pastore. onfall^ In« spring, $2,0011, $500 down balante * per cent. 70-acre Farm — l-room dwelllngr, barn and out-bulldlngs. W ncres line corn land, bnl- uiire rolling blue itrnss pasture, on R. *. J-)., niitl telephone line, unfailing spring in pasture. price {2 i'X). J'VJflUown balance nt U per cent. ! have hiriro list of all kinds of Real Estate »n«l con suit you. Money loaned iit 5, 6 and 7 per srnt on city and farm luncl. Insurance written In ennipanips that pay lo»»es on I farms and cftr property. Office across street from Post office. L N. PAGE. Or. Frances H. Singer Osteooathic Physician Successor to Di. Genevleve F. Lauahltm FITZPATR1CK BUILDING. 504 Washington St., Chillicothe, Mo TELEPHONE 444. CONSULTATION FRLE NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage 4. Transfer Line. I am now located at M. W. Litton's Livery Barn. All Calls will be promptly attended to. 1 OFFICE - - TELEPHONES.- ) RF.SIDESCE HENRIETTA Horn! No.40. r.U 4:1 Santa Fe mm There's Work for You in California. All classes of labor may find steady employment in San Francisco. Top-notch wages; higher than eastern scale. Perfect climate. Construction work possible at a season when it ceases elsewhere. Invest in a railroad ticket — only $25 from Kansas Citi'. On sale via Santa Fe Every day until Oclobei 31, inclusi-.e. G. W. Hagenbuch, General Agent, The Atchison. Topeko & S.int« Fe Railway. 905 Main St., Kan»a» City, Mo. ihmvins rale of wages, free to those who apply to JOHN H. TAYLOR. ATTOKXEY-AT-L.VW. T Ottlct': 2nd lloor Mnsonii; T.-tiip!,'. s. •*• Wnshinitton St. Ciillfrtlmn init'l- •5- and promptly remUU'il. Nutnry «l- '•'f ways In office. -H-H-I-H-M I I'H-^H-t^ .•.-.•—•.A.*-;--!-!' I I. N. Page LAWYER ! 507 Washington Street. STONE MASON | House Moving & Raisin? ? Leave orders at <• Suunders-Turaer Lumber Yard * J. R, KcCLELUH * .*•* HOU-ISTER'S Bocky Mountain Tea Nuggets i Busy Modioiae for Busy teople. firings GoUeu Health and Eonewed Vigor. , A snocirto tor Constipation. ImliKeitfon, LiT'-, mil Ki.In-y TrnuMes. 1'iniples, Ec/enW, Imp»r» [™i»l iSJ Breath, Sliiraisli Bowels, HauUoto me' Bnrkachi- 'fs Rocky Mountain Tea in tal>- • t f,.™ f M 0-t.rs a box. Ch-nuine mado by UOLLIBTER Dnra COMPANY, Miuli»m, Win. •'...DEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE now have six rejfister- ed GALLOWAY bull calves that will be a year old in Februarv, March and April next that we" will sell at $50.00 for choice. They are jjood ones and sired by Imp. Lord Rottand of ' Hensil, a Catnpfollower bull. 4 miles west of Avalon. Two took premiums at Chillicothe Fair. John H. Hoy t R. R. 1, Dawn, Mo. LADIES! Ala Ala THE 6BEAT TURKISH REMEDY For Painful, Irregular anfl Suppressed Menstruation. Warranted to relieve the most obstinate and complicated cases. Perfectly sate. Recommended by ladies who ha^e used it. Price ?I 00 per box by mail. Sent in plain box. 1 Address TURKISH BEJHEDr CO , KAUMUOO, MICH. M-M-l-M OR, W.H. PERRY, Homeopath Office Rooms 1 and 2 Wallbruija buildin:;. Residence 1542 houn St. Office ohone. Nb.-' dence ohone. No. 593. ..All calls in citv and countrv answered-- promptly -'-v or night. H-l-t-I-I-I- PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Conch Syrup. Tastes Gwd. Usa in time. Solil C O NS UMPTIO N

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