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HEAVENLY HASH FRESH EVERYDAY FARRINGTONS McGormick Bros. THE SOUTH LOCUST ST. LIVERYMEN hare added to their stock the finest Funeral Car ever brought to Chillicothe. Besides doing a gen.ral livery business, the}give special attentionlo funerals. They also make carriage calls (day or night) to any part of the city or coanty. Telephone 150. 410 S. Locusl St. .I-HIIIIH-IMIIIIIIM-I-H-M: | DR.J.C.SHELTON, •' THE ^. 11 • Oculist and Catarrh Specialist | !! .Limits his practice entirely to Sur.. Kery and Diseases ot the :: Eye, Ear, Nose, & Throat, • ' And the correction of Errors of Ke* fraction by Scientific Pitting of Glasses. Bactcrioscoplcand Blood examinations made for Physicians who are not prepared to make them. OfficeoverGLORE A MILDER 718 Washington St. Cblllicothe, Mo. •}• Telephones: Office, 14'<: Res. 355. •H •! 111 'I'I"I' M- I-H-M- l-I-I-1 -l-l-l-:J. E. CALLAWAY, M.D Anv Chronic Ailment. Disease. Eve. Ear. Nose and Throat eiven snecia' attention. Office in Walbruon Bld'g Office Phone 57. Residence Pho^« 11. DR. H. M. GRA.CE, Physician and Surgeon. Booms 3, 4 and 5, Wall- brunn building-. Phones: Office 398; residence 399. I a auijdry The products of this Laundry will correspond nicely with Asphalt Streets and Electric Cars. We cater to the trade that knows. proprietor. '25 to Pacific Coast Points DaDyto October 31. One-way, second-class tickets on sale via Rock Island Lines, every day until October 31, 1900. $25.00 from Kansas City and all points in Kansas to Los Angeles. San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver. The Bock Island runs Tourist Sleepers daily on fast thru trains. Fine dining car service. Your choice of two excellent routes. Write today for il- Jastrntcd Tourist folder, contnlnlnK full details and map. J. A. STEWAB.T, ntPassengrer Department KANSAS orrr. MO. $25.00 VIA SANTA FE From Kansas City, with proportionate rates from other places east of Missouri River, to Los Angeles, San Diego, San Fran- •ciscp, and many other points in California, Nen- Mexico, and Arizona. Tickets on sale daily until October:!!. 1«W. Inclusive Ciood in Tourist sleeping-cfcrs: J5.75 additional for double lierth. liberal stopovers allowed In California and at certain points in Arizenn. For Literature and Particulars, Address G. W. HAGENBUCH, G. A., A. T. & S. F. Ry., S05 Sinln St., Kansas Cily. Mo. MEN AND WOMEN. 'or unnatural .. irritations or ulcoratiou of m u c o u « niembranot. Painless, hlid not astringent or polnuixnf. Sold by l>ruenri«l». or ei-nt in plain v.mjnwr. by exprrse. prepaid. 101 tl.00."r3t">!ll.-i$2.73. Circular t«ur on requeet . CH.CHESTER'S ENGLISH ENSSYROYAL PILLS TELE DIAMOM* IIRAM). Adieu! Ask your DruggUt for fefWit-ter's WU« ET " - ..ind Gold metallic boxes. U-itfa Blue Ribbon. T»keno«thei-. 'Buy of your Urucc^t ani ' as * : * c '' r OHI-CHES-TEH-H EN«l.l>H, the food to work on is food to live on. A man works to live* He must live to work; He does both better on r T. . -^ - 1 Uneeda Biscuit the soda cracker that contains in the most properly balanced proportions a greater amount of nutriment than any food made from flour. Uneeda Biscuit NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Society arid TWO PRISONERS ASSAULT SHERIFF CRAVES AT MACON Thirteen-Year-Old Son Gets Winchester and Ellis One Prisoner the Other Escapes FLORIDA AND RETURN Oct. !6th and Nov. 20th, SOUTHERN RY., FROM ST. LOUIS To all points except Jacksonville and Key West, and points within a radius of 25 miles of Jacksonville, and points on the Florida East Coast R.v.; also to many points in Georgia, North and South Carolina. Tennessee, and Virgina. Tickets good 30 days and allow stopover privileges going and returning. ONE FARE PLUS $2 FOR ROUND TRIP To practically all points in the Southeast-on" same dates, with same limits, but no rate will be higher than $20. On Sept. 4th and 18th, Oct. 2nd and 10th. Nov. (ith and 20th, tickets will be sold to Florida East Coast points and practically all points in Florida and the* Southeast at one fare plus *2 for the round trip, good 30 days, -" Write for particulars to J. C. BEAM, JR., Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent, SOUTHERN RAILWAY, St. Louis, Mo. ii PATRIOT I $4.00 SHOE. Mat | New pike toe, Patent colt, Goodyear welt. r. i" | calf top, Blucher cut,. | This shoe is our special pride and it is the one j selected by Mr. Marion Thompson, who was the | | one to locate the man wearing the Patriot shoes | I last Saturday. $ t Cheap Rates to California Daily until October 31st. Colonists' tickets will be on sale to California and Mexico points at the exceptionally low rates: To Chicago St. l.ouis Knn.Utty Omalm .S. Francisco Los Angeles Mexico City Guadalajara G. D. BRANT (§L SON "Brant's Shoes are Better." i 5-i-H-K ' !••!• Through tourist sleepers from St. Louis and Kansas City on Tuesday of each week. You can step into the cars at St. Louis or Kansas City and do not leave them until you reach San Francisco. Ask your nearest railroad agent for rates or address W. S. ST. GEORGE, General Passenger Agent, 580 Wainriffht Bldg-., St. Louis, Mo. "To Mexico & California." •H-I-I III-H -H-H -H-H-5-H-* f DAVIS & SONS, | ATTORNEYS AND ? COUNSELORS. | % Notary always in office, t ; Office: 516 Washington | : St. Chillicothe, Missour r * ' -jMlIIinillH-H-HIMM'H Komeseek'rs' Excursion TO THE Great Southwest September 4 and 18 October 2 and 16 November 6 and 20 Rate, One Fare Plus $2 For the Round Trip. Write for Particulars and Descriptive Literature A. HILTON. . !'. Agt., ' J. C. LOVRIEN, A,G. P. Atrt.. liansas Cily. Mo. Reflect. Act, THIRD YEAR IN CHILLIGOTHE RELIABILITY A rare opportunity afforded the many chronic sufferers to get well m the speediest possible time by trgat- ing with Dr. Prettymau The famous specialist of Chicago, will be at the HENRIETTA HOTEL Chillicothe, Mo., SATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1906 9 a, m. to 8:30 p. m. Returning Every Four Wfeeks of the College of Physicians and Sur- enal cures all over the state. DK. Heart, Stomach, Liver, Bowels and Bladder. He Successfully Treats Acute and Chronic gK^S^SSS.^!»JaffB"2^S=K Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism, Epilepsy or tits. ^ - MEN—Young-men, middle aped men, old men suffering from weakness, parted memoryf dizrineM, nervous debility, loss * ^ft^^f* &"S eakage, should not let this opportunity pas», as a trial treatment wi Diseases oflWomen Treated-Nominal fees only. Consultation and exam nation FREE and strictly private. Address: DR. PRETTYMAN, 4139 Indiana Avenue, Chicago, HI. HAWLEY'S PROPER SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. -, " ..$1.25 to Boys' Shoes, 2J too}.. $1 00 to Youths' Shoes, 114 to 2..... $1.00 to , Little Gent's Shoes, 8i to 11. ........•• ^ 25 to $3.50 Misses' Shoes, Button or Lace, 11 to -••••••. ^ 00 to $2 .00 Childs' Shoes, Button or Lace, bk to < 1L- • - - 75c to $1.6O •Childs' Shoes, Button or Lace, 5 to 8....-. " $1 25 Insants'Shoes, Button or Lace, 1 too.. ;••••-.• *• ' . . • ' _. _ .^_K »* •». *» ALJ, LEATHER,! FOR ^9SIOCKESTK " Macon, Oct. 7—In a desperate effort to break jail tonight, William O'Brien, accused of highway robbery, was shot and killed by the sheriff's thirteen-year-old son, rlilford Graves. W. T. Tate,alias jeanord Knox, also charged with ighway robbery, was in the plot nd escaped. As Sheriff Newton Graves en- ered the jail directly after supper e was attacked by Tate and ''Brien and felled to the floor by leir weapons. The two men had ;ationed themselves beside the ail door, and as the sheriff enter- d both assailed him. O'Brien ad a club and Tate a piece of eavy lead pipe. The prisoners ad the sheriff down when the lit- lejboy beard the scuttle .and seiz- d a Winchester rifle and holding against O'Brien's heart he pull- d the trigger. * The sheriff managed to get up- n. his feet and pursued |Tate, fir- ng as he ran, but the prisoner ot away. Tate is wanted in Iowa for bur- lary and for parole breaking in 'ansas. He was awaiting trial ere for highway robbery, bur- lary and erand larceny. He is bout six feet tall, slender.smooth tiaven and is well educated. Last eek he wrote an \ address to the ublic praying that ministers vis- the jail and administer spiritual onsolation to the prisoners. He s a native of the East Indies. $IOT00010R~A BOOK London, Oct. 5—A copy of the hird edition of Shakespeare's Passionate Pilgrim,"of which the nly other copy extant is in tbe 3odelain library, has just been old at private sale to an Amorian buyer for 310,000. Hard to Find It would be hard to find a more >erfect curative medicine for dis- rdered digestive organs than that eentle tonic digestant, and f.-rpid iver regulator, known as DR. OALDWELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN. No other medicine has its specific power over these delicate and important organs of -our body, upon which you have o depend for energy to carr" on 'our daily work. It cleanses, di- ests, stimulates and cures. Sold by all Druggists at 50c !<.nd §1.00. Money back if it fails. LARCTWHEATFiELD. George W. Shiflett of Wheeling ownship was in the city Saturday o hear Governor Folk. While in he city Mr. Shitlett called on the ONSTITUTION and stated that -he had just finished drilling 160 acres of wheat on his farm northwest of Wheeling. In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten. In the mad, pell mell rush of our life lit,le things are done to offend that we rather remained undone. A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss. The wise man or womam is the one who relieves ittlo ills of this sort by a little dose of KODOL for DYSPEPSIA. [t digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into shape Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. "PUBUTSALE. I will seVl at public auction at my farm 3 1-2 miles southeast of Chilli- :othe. on Wednesday, October 10th, iixty asres of corn, cattle, horses, hogs, all my agriculture implements. Terms made known at sale. H. C. r,AiK. *»*»»*»»*****»********»*«* Gallatin Democrat: Mrs. Arch Thompson entertained, yesterday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. Ira Williams, and Mrs. R. 0. Hunter of Chillicothe. It was a very elaborate afiair, the unstinted hospitality of this home, the congenial company and pleasant surroundings making it an occasion long to be remembered. The Fancy Work Club was moat delightfully entertained by Miss Lizzie Yates at her lovely home on Grand street, Friday afternoon. Quite a number of invited guests were present making about fifty ladies in all, A delightful two course luncheon was served. Mrs. Eugene Roark of Omaha, and Mrs. R. O. Hunter of Chillicothe, and Mrs. Yates of Jamesport, were the out of town guests. A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse. A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship. Not only should the outside of the body be cleansed, but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of efiete matter. Best for this are DE WITT'S LITTLE EARLY RISERS. Pleasant little pills that do not grippe or sicken. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy- COHCRESSMAiTRUCKEB'S DATES Hon. W. W. Rucker, Congressman from the Second district, will address the people of Livingston county at the following times and places: Mooresville, Monday, Oct. 8. Springhill, Tuesday, Oct. 9. Sampsel, Wednesday, Oct. 10. Sturges, Thursday, Oct. 11. Wheeling, Friday, Oct. 12. Avalon, Satudray, Oct. 13. All meetings will be held at 7 :30 r . m. Everybody invited to Jhear the issues of the day discussed. d of the pain and daSfer attendant upon the: most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the *f* danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of Mother's Friend is the only remedy vrbich relieves women of the ^ pain and danger of maternity ; this Lour which is ure.iued a ? woman • severest trial fs not only made painless, but all the danger ,s avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing condition, are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so common to' the critical hour are obviated by the use of Blether's Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," says many who have used it. $1.00 per "bottle at drug stores. Book containing . valuable information of interest to all women be sent to any address free upon application to REGULATOR CO., Alisnta, FELL INTO SEWER DITCH. A farmer named W. D. Truair, who was in Chillicothe Saturday, drank too much "fire water" and j when he started home about 9:30i Saturday night he fell into a sew- | er ditch being dug under the sidewalk at the home of John Millbank, North Walnut street. He fell head first and when found by Mr. Milbank he was on his back with his feet sticking straight up. i He was taken out and sent to Dr. j Grace's office where he was exam- i ined and it was found he waa not j hurt. No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There is always that possibility of little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go un- When two strong men come to blows.even if they are well match- d, it is not a pleasant sigtt, but if the man who gets the worst of it will use DEWITT'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE, he will look better and feel better in short order. Be sure you get DEWITT'S. Good for everything a salve is used for, including piles. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. "UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES''•'Under Southern Skies" which will be given at the Luella on Thursday night needs no introduction to our theatregoers. It has been seen in our city and its merits are so well known that the announcement of its return is sufficient to insure a crowded house. "Under Southern Skios" has proved the greatest in point of popularity and large houses, of all the recent plays of Southern life. It has had five saasons of high prosperity and indications point to still greater success for this, its sixth year on the road. Seat sale Wednesday morning. Escaped Death. It is not an uncommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking DR. CALU WELL'S (LAXATIVE) SYRUP PEPSIN for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflammation. The gentle, soothing, curative, purifi- cative action of this oleasantsyrup is without any equal in the science of medicine. Sold by all Druggists at 50c and $1.00. Money back if this fails. It is a well known medical fact that pine resin is most effective in the treatment of diseases of the bladder and Kidneys. Sufferers from backache and other troubles due to faulty action of the kidneys find relief in the use of Pine-ules. SI 00 buys 30 days treatment. Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. What will undoubtedly prove English Spavin Wnament removes Hard. Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes Iroui horses. Blood Spnvlns. Curbs Splints. Sweeney, Rlnz Bone. S 11 a e s Sprains, nil Swollen Throats, Couans. etc Save J50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the j most vondorful BlemishlCure every known Sold by the N.J. Swelatnd Druz.Co THE CONSEQUENCES oTNEGLECT, Are bad enough in business and other matters, tut when a chronic disease is the thing neglected, consequences follow which are far more deplorable than mere financial or other loss. Unfortunately it is the nature of these diseases to give few warnings of their presence until they have made considerable inroads upon the particular organs attacked. In this respect they differ widely from acute diseases which alwcys give evidence of their presence in unmistabable terms and often greatly out of proportion to their real gravity. For the above reason, if for no other, those knowing themselves to be afilicted with any of the chronic nervous, catarrhal or other troubles, should lose no time in consulting a reliable specialist, whose experience and skill can be relied on to discover the true nature and extent of of such disease. We cheerfully recommend Dr. Pretty man in these cases. His reliability is wel known here, where he makes regular monthly yisits. STILL AT THE 8LD STAND E. HAS BEEN F1TTSH8 SPEGTaGLES IX CniLUCOTHE FOR 20 YEARS WHBi YOU provided. The thiukiag man, whose stomach sometimes goes back on him, provides for his etomach by keeping a bottle of KODOL for DYSPEPSIA within reach. Kodol digests what you eat md restores the stomach to the londitiou to properly perform its functions. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. Mrs. W. B. Littrell of ing was shopping in the city Saturday. ^ _ ^ Think of Dr. Sboop's Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat dis- cbarges _if your breath is foul or feverish. It contains Oil and Eucalyptus, Thymol, Menthol, etc., incorporated into an imported, creamlike petrolatum. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call at our store for free trial box. Tho N. 5, Swetland Drug Co. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of BURR CASLER SELLING OLIVERS At a recent binquefc of Oliver typewriter agents, held in Kan- ME OETTiHS 6USSES Got them ri.s,-liL. Aa-oiute satisfaction in the relk-fof Ufauachd and liyestrain. A. B. MACDONALD CAST HIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. ORDINANCES. 268. \.N ORDINANCE CHA-SlUNG THE ES' T\BI.ISHED GRADE OX WASIlINCr- TUX STREKT. WHEUK IT INTER- SI-CTS ANN PTIIE F.T AN tl TWO IirNlUlEll FEET SOUTH THEREOF. HFCTION I. EC it ordained by the. .Mayor ami City foiiiicilof the City of ChHIicothe. jfi,. tli.'it clio established grade on AViwlilng- • 011 street, where it intersect* Ann .street. Uiow i--stnl<ll3hoil at VW.a Sfvl) l>i' »nd tho <am<' ii lKT«;1iy clianfreil and rc-cstabllshnd ut wi i> fi-et. and at a point two hiimlrfcl tet-t -•"- "„ : , , - Uouth thereof, i-liiin?v and n-*stal>!ish to sas City, Burr Casler, formerly ot j n] (l fii| . t b ,., ow thl , clty ciu-ectrix or tim con- thia city, was toasted as "The j troiimu elevation n™i at i*> feet by."""Kid". He is the yonngest agent i-.u-.-No.^ot-the ordinances or the r lt y of in the Kansas City jurisdiction, not only as to age but also time of employment. He second in a list o! thirty as to stood agents for the month's sales.having made eight in the first thirty days' of his experience. Aa 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. Attorney Frank Miller left Sunday night for St. Joseph on legal business. one of the boat theatrical events of the soasou will be the Messrs. Shubert'd elaborate production of tho English Musical Comedy success, "The Earl and the Girl," with Eddie Foy in the leading role, which comes to tho Luella Tuesday night. Mr. Foy is too well known to theatre-goora as an inimitable and an irresistible comedian to require more than passing mention, than to state that looal theatre-goers welcome this opportunity to again see Broadway's favorite comedian. . The company numbers nearly 100 Wheel- , wfaich includes a cho rus Miss Florence Conklin o! 3 the guest of Miss Maude Utica Jarrel. _ THE^TExls WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. Sold by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for SI. Dr. E. W. Ha}l, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mch Send for Mo- testimonials. of the most beautiful and handsomely gowned girls that ever assembled in a musical comedy production. Seat sale Monday 9 a. m. Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly antiseptec, uneaqueled for cracked hands. Good for cuts.Sold by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. L. E. Wood of Rocheport, Mo., is in the city the guest of his fath- ar-in-law, Alex Winfrey^ Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hutchison returned from a week at the State Fair at Sedalia in time to attend the Folk speech. Mrs. J. B. Taft has returned from an extended visit with friends in Kansas City. SFi-rio.v 2. Tins ordinance shall no pub- llslicd in the C'hillto.the CO.NSTITCTIO.V. u daily n-wspaDcr. published in said City, (or six consecutive is*u<-s of said paper, no- tlfyiiv persons ownlnK property on that pnrtloii of said street of the pendency of said ordinance before the City Council, ami it they feel damas^tl by 'he chanue and ro- estnblishins ot said cnulc, to appear before the Mayor niulC'lty council, at the Council ^.....mlior (City Hall buildlnit.'p :vt 7 o'clock. on'.Monday the l.'ith day of October, IWi.and laim sucu dainnse, if any. is caused by such hanjre in the sraile of said street, which shall be paid by tho City, it the amount there-it ran be agreed upon, but in the event, of the failure to agree, the same shall be as- •ertaln.-d by the same proceedings, provided for in comlemlus private property for public use, and any person fulling to appear and claim such dainnse. shall be forever barred to make such claim and the City shall consider that no damage has accrued to any such person or persons. SEcnos '!• Al! ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith, be and the same is hereby repealed. SFCTION (. Tlii* <mliimnce shall be In effect from and afte. It.-, due f as-UKe. approval and publication as provided herein. Pasa- edandiipim.ved thl>_ day of October. \vith ait member concurring Lht-reln. of the City Council Mayor. Mrs. Mary Burberry will leave Monday night for Georgetown, Ky., where she will bo the guest of her son, George Burberry, fora month. When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using any thine that will cau-'e constipation. Be particularly careful about preparations containing opiates. Use KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR, which stops the cough and moves the bowels. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy. Lovers of the maul/ art should visit the Gans-Nelson 42 round bout aTthe LuelU Monday night. Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50 cants. This is a reproduction of the famous fights by moving pictures, with other views to complete the evening's entertainment. Seats on sale Monday morning. Eczema is a tormenting, stubborn disease caused by an acid humor m AMB FEYEMISH- ITCH1MG INTENSE skin and producing redness, inflam- SraMalmosrinroieTable'itching. An inactive state o£ the system and, "uS condition of the eliminate members leaves the waste and refuse, matte of the body to collect and sour instead of passing- them off through naSs channels of bodily waste. The blood in its efforts to purge the sys- Jlm^f al1 iorei"* matter absorbs this acid and throws it off through thej ™,« S and elandl of the skin. The acrid humor seems to ooze out and setj fhe 4S of fire, the straw colored, sticky fluid drying and forming cruste «d tte itefain- is intense. When these pustules are scratched off the sfan, Elrft Swand feverish and often a solid sore is formed and kept tip by the constant escape of acids from the blood. Local applications of salves, pow- d^s lotifns etc. are desirable and should be nsed because they allay the ftchin °and give the sufferer temporary comfort, but ate m no sense curaUve, because the! cannot reach the seat of the trouble, which is m the blood, because mcj g g g ^^ d<jwn . the blood) c l eanses the circulation of all acids and humors, builds] up the thin, sour blood and by removing every; vestige of the cause cures Eczema perma- •^9-v-w--' — - nently. The irritating eruptions disappear,! DIIRCI V VFRFTABLE th e itching and burning cease, and the acid-' PUKtLT VtUtittDl-E.. fir(HlsHnibein? f e ^by a fresh, cooling stream

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