The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 9, 1906 · Page 1
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Y THE CHILLICOTHE TITU V OL. XVII NO. 306 CHILLICOTHE, Mo., TUKSUAY, OCTOBKK 9, 1906 HERE'S THE "RYTON" Pronounce the name any way you please-"Right f un," "Right tone,"—both describe the coat. Hart, Schaffner & Marx made it for you. * Come in here and say "Ryton"—any pronunciation—we'll show you the "right one"; and you'll say so. All-wooJ, hand-tailored, and Hart, Schaffer & Marx Copyright 1906 by label in it. Hart Schafeer fcf Marx SIPPLE CLOTHING COMPANY. TRIP TO LIVINGSTON COUNTY IS DEFERRED Congressman at KsytesviUe at Bed side of his Foster Son, Who is 111. Judge W. W. Rucker Monday fternoon wired Chairman Taylor rom Milan that he could not come o Livingston county at this time on account of the dangerous illness of his foster son, on whose account he returned at once to Keytesville. Just when the congressman will be able to come to to this county he cannot tell. The Livingston county candidates will carry out the week's campaign itinerary the same as if Judge Rucker had arrived. The first meeting Monday evening was held at Mooresville where a large crowd assembled to hear the speech makers. Judge E. C. Orr candidate for prosecuting attorney was the speaker and delivered an able address. The Democrats o Mooresville showed deep interest and there is no doubt that this FOY ON A SPECIAL Eddie Foy, the prince of American fun makers, left Sedalia by special train last night for Chilli- oothe with hia "The Earl and The Girl" company. The production, with 65 people, will give a performance at the Luella theatre this evening. j "The Earl and the Girl" is a ' light opera, full of comedy and accompanied by spectacular features and specialties that keep the audience entertained every mo- .meat. This is the first season the inn RYAN STREET BRIDGE NAILED UP DAILY EDITION PRICE FIVE" CENTS STILL Bridge Inspector of the Burlington Was to Meet With City Engineer and Inspect Struct ure No action has been taken by play has ever been given outside the Burlington and Wabash rail- ofthe big metropolitan circuit, road companies in regard to the Chillicothe is fortunate to get such rebuilding of the 'Ryan street a show and will no doubt turn out bridge which was condemned by this evening to see this big company in one of the best things of the theatrical season. MINISTERS RAID A GAME Richmond, Mo., iOct. . 8—There is consternation among the gam- . Wing fraternity of Richmond oc-' casioned by a raid on one of their, games. The leaders in the crusade j were Pastors C. U. Duncan of the Methodist church and H. S. Saxby of the Christian church who were aided by other members of the Law and Order League of Richmond. This league was or- ganizad two weeks ^ago at the close of the evangelistic (campaign held by Rev. John E. • Brown, of Silo am Springe, Ark., and its membership comprises about 800 or the leading citizens of Richmond and vicinity. The league held its regular meeting Friday night at which ^mM^^sB pore, create of fsr^r MISS ALTA LAKE MARRIED Miss Alta Lake, a former resi- dert of this county, but now of WINDOW GLASS \ We are making- the lowest prices in the city on Window- Glass. We bought for the fall trade when the price was down and can save you 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 - vDRUe CO. "•Southwest Corner Square. KOWJWELOOK PRESCRIPTIONS , believe that when a per- v son is sick enough to de- raand the attention of a physi- wan, his prescription is important enough to demand our most careful attention to every detail of its compounding. It is important enough to be filled with tiie best drugs, and that no other drug should be substituted :T for any of those indicated by 14- the doctor. Such prescription precinct will return its old time Democratic majority this fall. The Democratic candidates hold the second meeting at Springhill Tuesday night. —^- • • ». ___ FOR LOVE OF MOTHER Joplin, Mo., Oct. 8—Love for her mother, whom she believed lo be on her death bed, is supposed to have be«n the cause of the sui Kansas City, was married at the Inspector and make a report at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the next meeting. B. P. Lake, in Oklahoma City, It has now been nearly two Okla., to Arro Smith, a traveling weeks and the bridge stands with- man wjtth headquarters in ^Kansas out inspection. The travel Cit .V- been ^increased on the^EIm street Miss Lake is well known in Liv- crossing which is a "dang ingston county having been born place without a flagman, and reared in Wheeling. Sne has The railroad companies wore to visited in Chillicothe a number of keep the bridge in proper repair times at the home of her aunt, (while the city was to maintain the the city council. The street has been closed for three weeks. A __ ug ,.. ul representative of the Burlington time the executive committee of was before the-council at its last the organization at a secret meet- meeting and a\ked that body to ing planned the raid which follow- let the ciy engineer inspect the ed, when several gamblers were bridge with the railroad bridge arrested. JNothing Makes home baking easy, can os substituted for .it m quickly and perfectly, delicate jbof biscuit, hot-breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Insures the food against alum, RHRIP APIR IU UAIUIOO P ri , H o V Q ^ * !~ out today by Dr. B. H. ' 7 ^ f °° d oommla '° r *" "" V ?' **"*' ia managers of Armour & Pose, HealtHai, •>c p'/wccn NOTE. — ! — — — - » uuvj i ,,-•** ..«»,j .T u,tt \i\j uj a 111 Lcil.ll Lf It) Mrs. Pauline Williams, on Broad-flooring and approaches. The Co., one of the members of the so- called "beef trust," charging the [firm with the illegal uae of boric acid in hams. Samples purchased at the branch houses of Armour & Co. Professar Law- cide of Lillie Lawrence, the 14- s going to pave his barn yard main structure became dangerous i branch r- The couple will make theirnome and the council ordered the bridge L orn ™ Q 'i° USeS h° in Kansas City. condemned and nailed up ' | were analj zed by CAMERONA PAVEB. A. A. Cameron believes in pav- ng, even on the farm. At his place two miles south of the city he payed his feed yard last winter and it was such a success that he I with LOCAL KNIGHTS TO SAMPSEL The local Loyal Knights- lodge j will go to Sampsel a new order the travel as that bridge is more than any other bridge across por cent . " It is gaid that subpoenaa wm . be year-old stepdaughter of James this fall. Hs has just recevied Lawrance of Carterville. Her body | 20,000 vitrified paving blocks from was taken from the coating pond Peoria for that purpose. It costs . .ju^n j'l csuriution work produces the effect the doe- tor seeks. It is the kind of prescription work that you should insist upon having-—it is the kind you #et here without insisting-. at Lakeside park, five mile from her home, shortly before noon today, by a searching 'party which had worked at the pond thirty ' hours. The girl went romping from the homo of her grandmother to pay a bill, and no trace of her could be found until her side combs and hat were found on the bank of the a neat sum to put in these improvements but Mr. Cameron saj s it pays in the long run. the county enter the city on street. Ryan pond. Violence was feared, but the evidence placed before the coroner's jury, together with the note found with her hat, set asid-s all such beliefs. CLARK'S PHARMACY, HENRIETTA BUILDING CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI. I' 1 I I ! I I Greatest tonic and strength pro- ;;j ducing remedy ever offered suffer;; j ing humanity. Cures indgestioo, ••; constipation, headache, stomach '•'.' disorders. That's what Hollister's !; Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Tea J or Tablets, 35 cents. N. J. Swet•* land Drug Co. stomach and other digestive organs are weak, tired or debilitated. It. causes no end of aches and pains and is most* common where people bolt* their meals and hurry and worry as they do in-this country. Hood'sSarsaparilia cures dyspepsia—it has "a magic touch " in this disease. For testimonials of remarkable cures tend for Book on Dyspepsia, No. 5. C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell, Mass. HARTLEY HELD Springfield, Mo.,Occ. S—Warren G. Hartley, the former street car conductor, who shot and wounded Daniel D. Galbraith, the alleged mob leader, Saturday night, today was hold by Police Judga Burks on a charge of felonious Assault and will be given a preliminary hearing next Monday. Galbraith is confined to his home, but his condition is not considered serious. CROWED CAR HIT Kansas City, Mo., October 8— Twenty-six parsons had a narrow escape from death in a street car accident at Nineteenth street and the state line this afcernoon,which resulted in serious, although not fatal injuries to Mrs. John W. Augustine of Argentine, and Mrs. Elizabeth Winter of Richmond. Frank Glover and Michael Shannon were also hurt. CAUGHT RUNAWAY BOYS Officer God trey picked up t wo run away boys Monday evening and locked them in the calaboose. Tuesday morning they gave their names as Julian Schmidt, 13 years old, and Joe Fisher, 14 years old and their home as Milwaukee. They were released Tuesday morning. FARE ANDOMHHiBDTO KANSAS City. October 5th to 13ch tho C. M. & St. P. R. R will sell tickets limited to return Oct. 15. Oct. 14th to 20th the C. M. & St. P. R. R. will sell tickets limited So Armour & Co. in Chicago for the purpose of ascertaining whether the "doctoring" of the meat is performed in Chicago or this city, COME HERE TO WED. D. M. Babbitt and Miss Cora Barnes of St Augustine, 111., arrived in Chillicothe and went to the recorder's office and procured marriage license and went to the home of vV. W. Moorman, uncle of Miss Barnes where they were married at 2:30 Monday afternoon Dy Rev. J. F. Smith of the First Baptist church. After the ceremony a dainty supper was served by Mrs. W. W. Moorman after which the bridal couple left for St. Augustine, 111,, where they will reside. tonight where be instituted. After lodge worka banquet will be tendered the Chillicothe people. FOLK GOES SOUTH. St. Louis, Oct. 9.—Governor Folk passed through St. Louis ast night for Poplar Bluff were he speaks today and begins a tour of South Missouri. SNOW IN MINNEAPOLIS. Minneapolis, Oct. S—Minnea- 1 polis had its first snowfall of thia year today with tha temperature ranging between 35 and 40 degrees above zero the greater r/art of day. the Haynes Buchanan of Trazwell, Va., and sister, Mrs. Charles George of Bethany arrived Tuesday afternoon and are the guests of J. H. Thompson and wife, South Washington street. It's Rather Embarrassing WERE MARRIED SUNDAY. Miss Addie Hundley and Harry Reynolds were married at the home of the bride near Utica, Sunday, Rev. Butterfield officiating. Miss Alma Reynolds, sister of the groom was bridesmaid and Edward Dawkins of Lock Springs was best man. After the ceremony a delicious wedding dinner was served. Only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties were in attendance. return Oct. 22nd. S. NICHOLAS, Agent. TEACH REFORM SPELLING. Columbus, O., Oct. S.—The Columbus board of education, upon the recommendation of the superintendent of schools, decided tonight to adopt the simplified spelling so far as it is practicable in the schools of the city. WAIVED EXAMINATION. James Rails, who was arrested, charged with assaulting Bert, Crawford with intent to kill, waived a preliminary examination in Justice Johnston's court Tuesday afternoon and was bound over to await the action of the circuit court which meets in adjourned session the fourth Monday in November. He gave bond and was released. These ore a few of Hartman's swell Coats, fine broadcloths.lined with best quality satin. Prices most reasonable. These Coats eight to twenty-five dollarg. Come and see them at WEATHER NOT INJURIOUS The cold wave has not yet been injurious to any growing crops in this vicinity, though ice was reported in some localities Monday night. The high wind and clear sky keep out heavy frost. si DEGREES"ABOVE ZERO. Tuesday morning a pumber_ of thermometers in Chillicothe registered 31 degrees above zero. .This is the coldest it has been in Chil- cothe this fall. COLDER TONIGHT. Fair tonight and Wednesday. Colder tonight. Warmer north west portion Wednesday. EX-SENATOR JEWETT DEAD. St. Louis, Oct. S.-Daniel Tarbox Jewett, 99 years-old, ex-United States senator from Missouri, died to day of old age. Cheapest accident insurance— Dr. Thomas' Ecleetric Oil. Stops line pain and heals the -wound. REPORT WAS UNTRUE. A report reached Chillicothe Tuesday that Chief of Police John Patterson oi Moberly was killed Monday night at Moberly while trying to arrest a bad negro. The report could not be confirmed. A telegram late Tuesday afternoon to Chief Doraey stated that no attempt had been made to kill Chief Patterson Monday night. STANDARD ONlRIAL Findlay, O., Oct. 8.—Charged with conspiracy against tra'de in violation of the anti-trust laws of the state, the Standard Oil company of Ohio and its alleged constituent companies, the Buckeye Copyright 1906 I 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 youi- 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 famous. We Have Nearly Everything New in FALL HATS. W. F. STARKEY Pipeline and the Manhattan Oil company, will be placed on trial here tomorrow in the probate court of Hancock county. HAS LOCATEDlEBE. Dr. J. E. Hodgen, physician and surgeon has rented the up stairs rooms in the Hermon building and will locate here permanently. Dr. Hodden has recently completed a post graduate course in Kansas City. His native town is Long Island, Kas. Another Car Furniture Just Received. Will be ready for inspection Saturday. All new designs. MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE CO. "I suffered habitually from constipation. Doan'e Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that they have been regular ever since." A. 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