Chillicothe $ ^|CONSTITUTIONJ| CONSOLIDATED WITH ; THE MAIL AND SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1900. STAR J. E*. NEWLAND WM. L. WATKINS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Terms of Subscription: The CONSTITUTION pnarantees to dvertisers a larger circulation in liviiwston County than hat of all Other local papers published in Chilli- oothe combined. £be price for the weekly if paid on or before the end of the year is 81.00, or 50 cents for six months. Subscribers neglecting or failing to so pay, will be charged the 81.50 rate. Thi rule will, be strictly adhered to. Entered at the postoffiee at Chilli cothe, Missouri, and admitted fo transmission through the mail as second-class matter. Office in CONSTI TOTION Building, 516,South Washing ton Avenue. Telephone No. 105. By Maa—Postage Prepaid: Daily, one year 85.00 Daily, six months.. •. 2.50 Weekly, one year, in advance 1.00 Weekly, one year, if not paid before year ends 1.50 Weekly, six months A .. .75 The Daily will be delivered by carriers to subscribers in Chillicothe at 10 cents per »™«k. Any irregularity n delivery should be promptly reported at this. Are You Tired, Nervous and Sleepless? Nervousness and sleeplessness are usually due to the fact that the nerves aro not fed <m properly nourishine l-'-- J Ur. f i they are properly starred nerves. blood; ierco's Democratic State Ticket. For Judge of Supreme Court, Long Term. A. M. •VTOODSOK. For Judge ol Supreme Court, Short Term w. w. GRAVES. Bailroad and Warehouse Commissioner RUBE OGLESBY. Superintendent of Public Instruction HOWARD ALLEN GASS. Democratic County Ticket. For Congress W. W. RTJCKER Representative JAMES O. RANEY Sheriff MARK WHITE Recorder of Deeds WILLIAM REYNOLDS Prosecuting Attorney E. C. ORR Clerk <_f the County Court A. M. SH ELTON Tiensnr'b s S U. S. ALLBRITAIN Probate Judge PIERCE OVERTON Olerk of the Circuit Court MATTHEW JMCBRIDE Collector B. F. THORP Assessor JOHN J. MAY Presiding Judge County C'ourt S. HAWKINS Judge Eastern District IRA DONOVAN Go den Sledical Discovery mates pure rich Wood, and thereby Uie nerves arc properly nourished and all the orcans of thu body aro run ;is smoothly as machinery which runs in oil,- In this way you feel clean, strong and strenuous—you are toned up and invigorated, and you are good for a whole lot of physical or mental work. Best of all. the strength and in- creasa in vitality and health are IwtUnn The trouble with most tonics and medicines which have a large, booming sa!« for a short time, is that they are largclv composed of alcohol holding the drii-rs'lii fokition. This alcohol shrinks uc the red blood .corpuscles, and in the fonfe run greatly injures the system. One mav feel exhilarated and bom* Tor the time being yet in the end weakened and with vitality decreasea. Dr. I'ierce's Golden Medical Discover? contains no aleoiu.-l Every bottle of it bears upon its wrapper Tlic Badge of Hancstu. m n full list of all its several ingredients. For the druggist to offer you something he claims Is "just as goqri " is to ii sult.your intelligence.; Kvcry ins,, -dieut entering into the wrirld-famed ''Golden Medical Discovery- has the unanimous ;ip|iroval and endorsement of the Ic.-uHnz medical authorities 01 an the several schr.i>isof practice. No other medicine Sold iliron<th druccists for like purposes has an*- such endorsement The "Golden M«llciil Discovery" not only produces all the good effects to i-c obtained from the use of GoMen Seal root, in all stomach, liver and bowel troubles, as in dyspepsia, biliousness, con stipation. ulceration of stomach and bowels and kindred ailments, but the Go!den.Seal rout u;-<-d in its compounding is greatly enhanced in its curative action by other in<rro<!ients such as Stone root. Hlack Chcrrybjirk. liloouroot, Mandrake root and'chemically pure triple- reiined glycerine'. "The Co'mmon Sense Medical Adviser.' is sent free iu pap<!r covers on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing on?)/. For 31 stamp's the cloth-bound volume will be sent. Address Dr. E V Pierce. Knffalo. N. V. Dr. Piurco'f Pleasant Pellets curecon- biliousness aal headache. Public Administrator FORREST M.GILL Judge Western District O. W. GARLICK • For Coroner. R. H. CABELL. THE Folk meeting is an indication of a clean sweep in Livingston county this fall for the Democracy. The great turn out shows that the boys will all be »n hand November 6.' BY DIRECT VOTE. In an interview at Kansas City Monday Wrn. J. Bryan took occasion to emphasiea his position and the position of the Democratic party in favor of the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people. "Tho'people should elect sena- atorial candidates by their direct vote," eaid Mr. Bryan. la many Democratic states -this method has been adopted voluntarily. It was brought about by a simple primary law. Elections under this law have proved as binding and effective as if it were a provision of the federal consti- :ution. The party in Missouri has long stood'with Mr. Bryan on this policy. No doubt a primary law will be jassed tnis winter bringing about :he desired condition. The Democratic party is committed to such a measure by its jlatform and previous platforms, In fact the party is a unit on his question. It transfers the power of the boss to tho people to a great extent and therefore would naturally ba opoosed by the bosses. But n'o representative of the people will dare oppose this measure when it comes to a test vote. "TEXAS-OKLAHOMA TRIP. A private tourist sleeper will be set out in the Milwaukee yards for Ed Smithes 'Oklahoma-Texas excursion, which starts from Chil- cothe at 2:10 p. m. next Tuesday, the 16th, and the fare for the entire excursion through Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, including tourist sleeper berth, will be §20 The following letter puts the official stamp on the great trip and is fully explanatory: Mr. Ed Smith, Ohillicothe, Mo. Dear fcir:—In accordance with your request I have had the Santa Fe Railway arrange to have a Sleeping car on the Milwaukee rack Tuesday, the 16th inst, for the benefit of our crowd to Texas. The rule of 'the railroad is that you must have thirty-two passengers as the car contains sixteen sections, or thirty-two bertas. I trust therefore that you will govern yourself accordingly. This car will be routed over the Milwaukee *o Kansas City, the Santa Fe to Milano Junction, Texas, passing through the state capital of Kansas, Topeka, the •state capital of Oklahoma, Outline, the largest city in OkUhoiiM, Oklahoma City, reaching Fort Worth, Texas, the second largest city in Texas the second evening out for supper, connecting with the I. & E. N. at Milano Junction, Texas, reaching the capital of Texas, Austin, f jr breakfast the second morning out, arriving at San Antonio, the histoiical war center at 10:10. and Cotulla at ^ o'clock, where we will be driven out to the middle of the ranch, attend a barbecue prepared by the Mexicans after which wo will bo shown one of the finest tracts of land in Texas. Then we return to San Antonio, then to Corpus Cristi on toe Gulf R. R. That is where the Ash and oysters are, also the bathing and You Go Wlieh about tb travel, if subject to headache, nervousness, dizziness-, Or car-sickness, lake 'one or two doses of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills before starting. They will insure you against an attack. There are a great many who are sure to have headache, whenever they go to church or places of amusement, or where there is any excitement or oppression. Take them with you, and on the first indication, take a tablet and see how quickly it will disappear. To such persons Dr. Miles' Anti- Pain Pills are a great blessing. They soolhe the nerves and alia}' irritation and excitement. "We always keen Dr. Miles' Anti-1'aln 1'ills In our'home, and find thorn a remarkable remedy for tha relief of headaehes, nervousness, etc. Two tablets never fail to stop tlio most severe headache, but one is usually siifllcirnt. By tnkins a Pain Pill before goins out to plarcs of amusement, we lind wo do not have those distressing hcadachen that formerly^ eomo with every little excite- W'ISSES MAHY AXD EILA vrm- LAND, 1323 Kn. lith St., Springfield, Illinois. Dr. Miter,' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by your druggist, who wilt guarantee that the first Dockage will benefit. If it faiis, he will return your money. 85 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind sailing. We come home when we please, we stop when and where we please both going and coming. This will be the greatest excursion ever given out of Missouri. D. F. Cabb, Pres. K. C. Immigration Co. • ^—• •»•» Beware of Ointments for uatarrb that Ctmtnin Meicury, ns mercury will surely destroy the sen^- of smell and completely derange the whole system when euterlnir It tlirouitlt the mucous surfaces. Such arjl^les should never be used except CH prescriptions from reputable phj-FiiMans, as the dimmer they will do Is ten fold to the good you c;tn possibly derive fromthem. HAIil/S OATAItlUT III! HE nmnufaclured by F. S. Cheney A- (V)., Tole- lo, O., contains no tnetvitry.aml is taken in- j MOBERLY FANS ARE SORE, The Mobefly fansj who went to iller'^ pirk in Moberly Sunday aftofnoou and witnessed the severe drubbing tbbir idol, John Callahan. received at the hands of the Meiico Browns, tacked 23 on Callahan's back after the game and told him to "skiddo," The Mexico team defeated the Signals by the score of 0 to 5. The Browns touched Oallahan up for nine hita in the flith Inning and he was taken from the box and Brookings finished the game. James StVrain occupied the center of the diamond for the Mexico boys and pitched good bail. The management of the Moberly team is trying to get another game with the Mexico team for Sunday and if they slioeeod they probably will send to Chillicothe for a pitcher. Shake o2 the grip of your old enemy, Nasal Catarrh, by using Ely's CrLatn Balm. Then all the swelling and soreness will be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes. The fits of snetzing mucous surfaces of t he system. In huyinir Hall's Cntarrh Cure he slii'e you t*el the H*MI- :iine. It Is token internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, uy F. J.i'lii'liey A I'o. Tesll- ntouiiils free. Sold by Druesl^t?. Price. T.'ie per lioit! Take Hall's K;l:nlly i'ills for const iimti'in. IT IS humiliating that a count as rich as Livingston should b compelled to submit to proteste warrants year after year. " Elect; county court which will restor the credit of the county. ISN'T it strange how old moss back Missouri has been able t struggle along all these year without the guiding hand of tha paragon of wisdom, young Mr Hadley? It actually fills our soul with large, sad and vain regrets. ED CROW was not much-as camera hero but he certainly did put the haipoon into the beef trust without malting any noise abou it. Every packer in Missouri wen down into his jeans and dug up real money to pay the fines Crow taxed on him, without a retinue o four assistant attorney generals to assist him. And he gave the big insurance corporations the same dose. And yet he has nothing disparaging to say of his successor, Mr. Hadley, though the latter has not succeeded in convicting or fining a single trust or corporation magnate. ANNOYING DISEASE to which tha human flesh is heir, has always been claimed Incurable. A cure at last has been found In the wonderful discovery ZEMO. « clean liquldfor external use. ZEMO cures by removing the cause. Ifdiaws the eerms from under the skin to the surface and destroys them sad their toxins, leavinc a dean healthy skin. ZEMO'S record for cures has never been equaled, and it has been regarded as "The world's ereatest cure for aJl diseases of the skinanS scalp." Get a bottle today of your dniEElst and write to us about your case. Harrlsbnrc. I1L, Sept. 1,1304. THI B. W. ROSS MZUICINE CO., Uatrisbnre. III. DEAB SlUS: 1 Take pleasure in rcconuuocfl- Jn* your inedicflio •'zemo" for lue cure or cutaneous eruptions. 1 DOT a ureaklEK ou^m any laoe caused by poisoning, and a lew aifpli- catlOQB of your medicine cul%d lite. Yours truly, W. F. SCO-Bf. President Flrst.Ns.Uona! Dank. Mce. $1.08. All Druggists or by Express PREPARED ONLY BV E.W.ROSEMEDICINECO. 3032 (Hire Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ^ GUARANTEED »ND SOLO tfrnm^mm 0. P. CLARK, DKUGGIST.: WHY HE DRAWS. Why is it that the Governor of Missouri oraws where hone else, save the brilliant Bryan himself, can attract a corporal's guard to hear him speak? "Uflcle Joe" Cannon, speaker of the house at Washington, is a rugged forceful man and as big a gun as the Republicans have in : ngure f arrn the nation. Ye: he did not draw in Missouri. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw is the spokesman of the president and a big man in his party. It was pitiful to see the frost that attended him from start to finish in Missouri. State Democrats of "undoubted eloquence and prominence have also spoken to indifferent audiences for most part. Bryan of course is theexeaption He always draws. And so does Folk, and why? Not because it is Folk. It is the issue. Speaker Cannon stood pat on the tariff and his audieuccg faded away. Shaw argued high protection and his audiences never came. Some state Democrats of former me have appeared on the stump with a Roosevelt roast and a river mprovcmeut-talk and the people stayed away. Tho tariff is worn and frayed; The Farmers' Mutual Insurance company will hold its sixteenth annual meeting Saturday, Oct. 13 Directors will meet in Citisons National bank at 10 o'clock. Annual meeting of policy holders at court room at 1 p. m. Two amendments on file for action. One th-it no animal be insured until it is thirty days old. Second: Shall we buildings operating gasoline engines? Tho company is less than $200 in debt. Every body attend. Election and reports. J. A. Lewis, Pres. Hugh Tudor, Sad Dawn, Mo, O^t. (i 1906. 6od4tw thi-i>i«<«t and i will cease and the discharge, as oftenscivo to others as to yourc-elf, will.be cured when tho causes that produ .e it aro removed. Cleaali- ness, comfort and health renewed by the use of Croam Balm. Sold by aU druggists for 50 cents, or mailed by Ely Bros., 5(5 Warren Street, New York. NEWS FROM SAMPSEL. Sampsel, Route 2, .Oct. 9—(Special Correspondence)—Professor Wheeler of Chilllcothe spent Friday in Samp'Sei. Mrs. Pursley returned from Chillicothe Sunday evening. Miss Clara Boucher is visiting friends in Gallatin". Charles Wanner is attending school in Lock Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner visited with Mrs. Shumate Sunday. Harry Whitaker is now postmaster at Sampsel. Mrs. Jane Gann, Mrs. Julias Whitater, Mrs. .Pureley and Mrs. Ed Boucher visited with Mrs. Reeser Wednesday. A great many from this vicinity went to Cnillicotho Saturday to hear Gov. Folk. Miss Irena Boucher called jn Marie Johnson Saturday. Everett Morgan cauio homo Saturday to stay a fow days. John Krum and family will go to Kausas City this week to make their future home. If you like Coffee I ut 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. Snoop's Health Coffee has not a grain of true coffee in it. It is satisfying, .vholesome and harmless even to the youngest child. Being made rom parched grains and toalt it forms a food-like driuk.yet haVihg ,ho true ilavor of Old Java and Mocha Coffee. Sold by P. T. Abell and E. J. Barnoyback. ROOSEVELT FOR SENATOR Washington, Oot 8—President i-loosovelt wants to be senator from New York to succeed Seha- or Thomas C. Platt. The President, on the authority of men initiate with him, not or.ly desires o be senator from New York af- er he ends his present term, but rankly admits that is his ambi- ion. Moreover, he considers the rend of things in New York poli- ics at thia tirno distinctly favdra- blo to his ambition as do his ricnds. He is being looked to nore and more as the leader of w Yonc Republican politics and s being consulted by State Chairman Woodruff and Imost daily. other leaders ORDINANCE NO. 268. AN ORI1INASCK CH A VCI X(! THK i- H- TAIilJSHEII (iliAIlK DN WASIHNli TON STKKKT, WHICH!-: IT IXTKIl- S Et :TS A N N ST UK KT AND TWO IH'N'llIlKI' KiOF.T .•s'/I-Tll TIIKKKOl-'. Feel languid, weak, run-down Headache? stomach "oG"?—Jus a plain case of lazy liver. Bur dock Blood Bitters tones liver an stomach, promotes digestion purifies the blood. NOTICE! All fair premiums will be paic at my office on Wednesday morn ing October 10th. 1906. All per sons holding premiums or war rants against the Association ar requested to present the same fo payment at my offl.ee on that date Scott J. Miller, Treasurer Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar )rotection only interests the mil- ionaircs; roastirg the president s no issue; and nobody ever ex- ects thlS old snail river traffic to e revived or tha Missouri to be nade navigable. YVt wnou the Governor of Mis- ouii is announced to speaii there s no house tnat will hold his au- ii'iice. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, Ointment itching. Doan's Your druggist sells it. WEEK OF PRAYER The ladies of the Elm Street Methodist church are observing this week as a week of prayer Meetings are being held every afternoon at 2:30 in the cnurch par- Graft is a live topic. The lidisji ors . The program consists of opular. Aggressive honesty :.n j prayer, scripture readings and ubiic cilice is a virtue. The peo- [discourses on the work of the le aro awake to the one great is- j Home and Foreign Missionary so- ue ol government moraiS. HO WORD FROiWlHERIFF. No word has been received from heriff George Yeornans, who left! nturday afternoon tor Oskaloosa,' Iowa for George Brown, alias | cieties. All are urged to attend. Any person having backache, pains or bladder trouBle .,, . , . ,, Wl11 take tWO ° r thre6 , Wh ° Charles Wilson, who escaped from ths county jiil in August. Brown was arrested by the police at Oo-,' kaioosa last week and Sheriff ,'Pine-ules upon retiring at night Yeomans left Saturday with req-j shall be relieved before morning. uisition papers on t'-.e governor of [ Iowa for the rttui'r. of trie prisoner | ESSI^S^ ^ he n 16 ^ 0 " 1 ^ virtues of th« CfflTOgmp crude gums and resins pb- va ^9f tainefl from the Native Pini have been recognized by the medical profession for centuries. In Pine-ules we offei til of the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value in relieving all to Missouri. The sheriff was expected to return with his "jKiaoner Monday but failed to put in his appear- an«e. las tlo gsature rf :.£ A" ^ •'•'. Kira You llavi! Always Boughl i Kidney and Bladder Troubles ; Cuirantetd lo Gin Satisbcllon or Honey Btlundet PINE-ULE Prepared by MEDICINE CO., I rilNt-ULJl IKCUllyinCi UU., urilV I N. J. SWETUAND DRUG CO, SKC.Tlnx I. lie ii imlnlncd by Hi" Mnyor and «'lt.v Council of I he city of Cl.lllk'otlu-, Mo..th!ll I lie established trrmleon \Vji.-lilna- ton .-tr*-fl, where it illtt-r^-'i'ts Ann street, now edlalillslied nt i:|n.!si fe"l ' lieiinil the -;MIH- is lierehy rhiin^ed utifl re-t-stabli-^h'-d at Lin." fi-et, and at n point two Imndred feel south thereor. change and ri'-esliihlish to llll.il ferl 1ielc.iv t lie ell. rill rec-trlv'or the con- I rolling eleval Ion llsi-it at l.'u feet by. oni - nance No. :Mof tin 1 ordln.'tniYs ot the cliy of I'-hlllieothe. SKCTloN -^. This ctnlinnnce shall nt- puh- llShed 111 tin- Chillicothe CoN.smTTIoN, l\ dally newspapi r, nuhllshe;! in said city, fin' six eonsei'iitlve issui-s of s:ii<! pnper, no- tif>Mn^ persons <)wninw prcipi-i-l.v on that portion of said street of the pemle-ey of said ortlinamM! hefore the City ('ouiuUl, and If they feel damaged hy the ehanne anil re- e^ttihli^hinti ol said grade, to appear before the Mn.vor inicl CIt.vColineIl.nl the Connell Chaniher (City Hull -liiillilliii:.) nt T o'eloek. n Mondny the l-'lh diiy i f (letober, l'.««,iind (,'laim sneh dainafre, if any, is eailsed by ^iiii;h ehan^e In the crude of *nid street, which shall be paid by the I'lly. If the amount thereof can be ii)rreei| upon, hut in Lln-i-vent of the fjiilure tontfree, the same shall beas- fertnined by the same proceedings, provlil- ed for in condeminff private property public use, and any person falling tonpuear nnd claim such datnaire, shall be forever harred to make such claim and the City shall consider that no damage has accrued to any such person or persons. SKCTION :>. All ordinanci-s or parts of ordinances In conflict herewith. In- and the same Is hereby n-penled. %8K(rrtoN 1. This ordinance shall ite in effect from and after Us due pnssa^e, approv- iland pubficatlop. as provided herein. Passed and approved tills ___ day of Octcber, rfxl, with all members of the city Council oncnrring t herein ain from a Burn Prnmntlv Relieved by fhamb -rlaln's Pam Balj« A little child of Michael Strauss, of Vernon, Conn., was recently in grc it pain from a burn on the hand, nnd as cold applications only increased the intlamnaation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stop the pain. Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to (iso CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM; and the first application drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief. I have used this linimeut myself and recommend il very often for :uts, burns, strains and lame back, and have never known it to disappoint." For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Attest. erk. at my Cliilli- PUBLIC SALE. I will sell itt public auction at'm :» 1-2 iiiik-s southeast of :othe. on Wednesday, October 10th, sixty .isi-e.s of corn, cattle, horses, logs, all my agriculture implements. .'ei-ms made known at sale. ,18w.'idlw H. C. LAIR. A sour stomacn, a uoa-breath, u pasty complexion and other con- iequences of a disordered diges- ion are quickly removed by the use of Ring's Dytpeosia Tablets. Two days treatment free. Sold by tie N". J. Swetland Drug Co. Mrs. John Carter of Meadvilla ras shopping in Chillicothe Tues- ay. WABASH RATES If i ou want to go to New York now id the time, the rate is very low, first class tickets and first class service. Homeseekers excursions. One fare plus S2 for the round trip, tickets on sale first and third Tuesday of each month, limited for return 21 days from date of sale. VV. E. CREAMER, Agent. CnQamznatorv KheumtiCism Cured in 3 D ava. Morton I.. HIM, of LulmDon, Incl., aays: 'Mywtio bad I nflmnnmtory KhHUnmtlsm n cvt-rv muflrlii.Hmi Joint: heraufferliiiz was ti>rrlt)l*' nml h«r body and fnce w«re swollen ilmmt hpyond rocoKnltton: Imd been In bed fur six weeks and had elBht pbyslclaua, but I'tfciilved no licnellt until she tried the Mystic Oun for fthmiiTiatt«tn. It ttave Immediate ri'llnf itnd she Wns nl)lp to \vnlk nnout In throo iliiy.s. I am suiv It liiivvd her lift 1 -" Hildby N. J. wwctliuul Drui! Compnny. CAKDIDATE^CARDS The CONSTITUTION prints candidates' csrds in any size or quan- ti}v. Prices reasonable; work the best. dtf A cold taken at this time of the year is generally hard to get rid of b it it will not be able to withstand Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar. That will cure all colds, coughs, croup, whooping cough, etc., by driving them out through the bow- oi.-*. Jf you have a cold, try it and f not curod uot your money back. No opiates. Sold by tha N. J. 'Swetland Drug Co. Tone the liver, move the bowels!, leanse the system. Dade'3 liiver Pills never gripe. he N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Miss Georgia Walsh returned Mouday evening from a week's visit with relatives and friends in Kansas City. A Perfect Bowel Laxntivo for ccnittipatiou, - tallow complexion, headache, dizziness,sour stomach, coated tongue, biliousness. Lax- eta act promptly, without pain or griping. Pleasant to take—Lax- ets—only 5 cents. Sold by the NJ. Swetland Drug Co. * —.—»». Blair Shore of near Meadville was the guest of his brother, Milton Shore, Sunday. Good for tho cou;rb, removes the cold, the cause of the oough. That's the work of KENNEDY'S LAXA- Engllsu Spavin ijiiiament ren^avt*^- !ard. Soft or (Jallousod Lumps and Blcra** _ _„ iTJrr,»r»L^i^KTiv;E"HONiBY and TAR-the ; Q riginal laxative cough syrup pralns. flil Swollen Throats. Couaha, etc avelaOtiv use of one "not tU'. Warm..ted tho OK( "ontlerfal Blemlsl^t-ure every knciwa old by ths Jf.J. Bwelai«u Drnir.Co >ntains no opiates. , irk's Pharmacy. Sold by Promotes Dicdlion.Clu < iTu! NtUejableFVeivr.ilioiifiirAs ii •'. j !i ' "Rrtpr^ t • \ J-?UC</J O .1 I | rprjnfanta and Childrerr. The Kind Yoo Have Always Bough? i Opium. Mor|>!iini' nor Mii'LTii NOT'NAKI;OTIC. vJ Signature Rmpr >if>JM UrMMVELt'i /^tttifiltiii <irrtl - ///*..JV/wtfT - liali.ll, .',//# - A|«!rfitr.i llirjnntly riirf'i.i.'-l 1 !-. j| lion. Siuir Slori.ich.lii/-,! j \v,.;. , \ ' Use or liver ness ;mt! Loss ?>r ; SM;KI'. F OR. SAL Six Room Cottage .Modern. Three Mocks from square, flood cvlhir, w o o cl house. Price -iiL'IiOO. 00. Nine-Room Brick Moose In citv. Modern. Good barn. Pr'.-x $L',TOO. Eig t.-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price SI,*;",!). Five-Room House. Three blocks from square, jfooil burn, ['rice -1*125. Five-Room Frame House Two blocks from square. Price *[.iV>. Eigh'-Rosm Frame House Tliree Mocks from square. Modern. Pi-let; ftt.SUO. Six-Room House Five lots, irunil barn; fruit of all kind. Price ifiji). Five-Room House Five room hoose. Good repair, pi-ice *.">i"> (H). Seven-Room House In JIPIK! repair: ;.'ood location. Price* 1700. BazelJ. Meek Land Co. AT.Cu nm'ngbain, Vgr. Chy Dept. UNDERTAKERS. 'PHONES: NIGHT 153. DAY 397. Olllci' Hours: H to 12 A. M. 1 to 5 I'. M VUltlilif tmtir-i by [ippolntinttnt. OCI !<•<•: I'Miiku! nhllllcotlj-.- l.ltU. Telephone ;J70. Or. Ghas, S. Wolfe, Osisepathis Physician ^_____ Fifth. Yt-ar in Chillicothe SPK'J.'Ar.IST IN CHRONIC c iN-i'.:i.r\ I'ION ,kNi; KXAMTNA- TIOS K R K K . Great Reduction in All Departments. MILLINERY IS CERTAINLY SUPERB. Our trimmer is a pattern trimmer, so we don't buy any patterns. We have the largest stock to select from; we sell cheaper; we have the best trimmer; we sell all kind from 25c to $25. If you clout get the benefit, it's your fault. GLOSKS and JACKETS af Sreaity fieducsd Prices. One lot Kimoni Cioths. - to !l yards, n^ila:- I"--'- n:»u- J-Oo One lot ;ilc brown domestic. - to '.' > :n-i!s. nov.- ™ 'zC Otitinsf Flanni-ls pt-r vurd 5-.', ~!ii'. 8 1 ; c «nd lOc Men's $I.L > r> and *1.:10 Duck l.-oats, now. / $1 00 Men's bea vy blacU liosun-y. tv.ru I a r !">c. now lOc Men's liyht'woiil hosiery,regular -">•-•, now 15c Men's lleoivd nndorwcar, rt-L'niar -""'i'. now 39c Great-but-irains in Olovi-s. Mills. Boots. Shoes, Ovft-shoes. L-'elts and Rubbers. All ifn in t!:i.-. stile bi-low a whisper of competition. Lart'e No. 10 tii-ain Scoops at ™5c Warranted AM J - 75c ?i'i :Sliot jruns now $3.98 Warranted Ra/.i- s 75c ?4 Hi lies, now $2.5O Trunks. Suitcase-, Telescopes and Handbills at a price to close out. -•\notlier Glass Factory shut down and we >r<H the contents. _SKE 1'KICIOS -——> SINGLE SxlO ItlxlL' '. 10xl-t 12x14 1'V'O . . . 1()\'°1 14x°0 i«.\a» r'x''^ Vx'i'' tSx 0 '' 10\40 l(i.\-S2 STRENGTH '.'.'.'.'...'.....'. I'V Kit- I.x- Ifx- ITc -•£ 'Me •>- )C "•"«.' i'^; •;- )C 41V DOUBLE STRENGTH 20x24 ................... SOc 24x2S ............... 70c . 2-lx:t2 .................. 7."")C lt;x!2 ................... ~x 12x4-< ................... T.x: 24\:;i> ................. ••'Ou 24x40 81.no •>Sx4tl 2-lxi-l :;ii.\i4 *-.IKI 4L'x4S •?-•"•» I'nttv. |ier It >,'ju Glass cut to order. YOURS FOR BIZ (Sant&Fe) 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 City. T On sale via Santa Fe Every day until October 31, inclusive. Own a Home We Have These and Many Other Bargains. $1.800—Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, two lots, in excellent neighborhood. $2,35O—Seven-room dwelling, bath, etc., barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. $S5O—Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one lot. $1,OOO—Six-room dwelling 1 on North Elm street. Good neiyh- hood rad a bargain. $85O — Five-room dwelling with lot 90xI-JO feet. $6OO — Two small dwellings 4UUO each, on easy terms. GILL (&RYAN, Barney Bldg. Cbillicot.be, Mo. CITY REAL ESTATE. M('<!*• rn alatc-roof. brick veneer. S-room I welling, lai'tff lot, fine shade and fruit, tine ucntiun. i-rut HII, almost riuw dwell in?, near Centra srlmol. prk-.-Jcio Niif T-n«iin tlwt'lllnsr, near I'entral school KM! tvtlfir. smith front, prlci* $ltT»o. l-room, nt'\v I story dwelling tin Raynard "t n-.'t, prh-t-' fjJHi. id-mom n1 MM At new clwvlllnframl burn and lots nnd barn. Drive |7(»t. near Industrial Th*- Ift.st four dwellings belong to mm resident and have to sell, - Farms. 1OO aires Land—Hlacrea line corn land aluiiiM* timber, blue'gross pasture, nnfall- ntf spring, $2.500, $500 down balance tt per L'ent. 70-acro Farm—i-room dwelling, barn and >ut-buildlii*3, 10 acres fine corn land, balance rolling blue grass pasture, on K. P. D., and telephone line, unfailing spring in pas- urt;. price $-' L'JO, tfQudown balance at« per cent. T have large list of all kinds of Real Estate ind can suit you. Money loaned at 5. 6and r per ct-nt on city and farm land. Insurance written in companies that pay losses on farms and city property. Office acrossstreet from Post Uttlce. L N. PAGE. NICK RAY'S Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line. I am now located at M. VV. Litton's Livery Barn. All Calls will be promptly attended to. TELEPHONES; OFFICE - - - - »IS t RESIDENCE - - IIESKIETTA HOTEL No. to. »««««***«***«****«**«***** 5 STONE MASON | I House Moving & Raisin? \ Leave orders at Saunders-Turner Lumber Yard J. R. McCLELLEN I *»«**«»«*»»«*»»**•*<»**«» i .M..t r r M M 111 M-i-r-i-i-i-H-H-i-r- now have six resfister- ed GALLOWAY bull calves that will be a year old in February, March and April next that we" will sell at $50.00 for choice. They are good ones and sired bv Imp. Lord Holland of Hensil,"a Campfollower bull. 4 miles west of Avalon. Two took premiums at Chillicothe Fair. • John H. Hoyt & Son | R. R. 1, Dawn. Mo. •I-H 'I-I'-t- f'H"I"H"I-I"H 'I I I"M-1 '!'• Illuitriled leaflet •howins rate of wa Irec to ihosc who apply lo G. W. Hagenbuch, General Agenti > ; The Atchiion. Topeka & Santa Fe Railway, 903 Main St.. Kama. City. Mo. Homeseek'rs' Excursion TOTHI 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 J. C. LOVRIEN, G>-P.Agt.. A. (i.P. Act.. St. Louis. Mo. Kansas r-iry. M".
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