The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 10, 1906 · Page 1
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 1

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, October 10, 1906
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THE CHILLICOTHE TITU' VOL. xvn NO. SOT CHILLICOTHK, Mo., WEDNESDAY, OCTHBEI: 10, 1906 DAILY EDITION PRICE FIVE CENTS WV T t 1 \JU lfnr\1tt FT illlUUl A Str png Tonic . A Body Builder A Blood Purifier A Great Alterative . A Doctor's Medicine Ayer ' s Sar saparilla Without Without Without Without Without Without J.C. Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol .AyerCo., HERE'S THE "RYTON" Pronounce the name any way you please—"Right '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-wool, hand-tailored, and Hart, Schaffer & Marx „ . , , , label in it. Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner & Marx SIPPLE CLOTHING COMPANY. POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIED TUESDAY EVENING Ctremony Performed at the Home of Bride's . Parents—Will Make Ther Home in Kansas City WINDOW GLASS We are making the lowest prices in the city on Window <31ass. 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 DRUG CO. Southwest Corner Square. .H..>>H"M-H"X"H--I"H- M' I I I 1 H-H- HOW WE LOOK -AT- PRESCRIPTIONS TTTE believe that when a per"* son is sick enough to demand the attention of a physician, his prescription is important enough to demand our most careful attention to every detail of its compounding 1 . It is important enough to be filled with the best drugs, and that no other drug should be substituted for any of those indicated by the doctor. Such prescription work produces the effect the doctor seeks. It is the kind of prescription work that you should insist upon having—it is the kind you get here without insisting. Miss Bolena Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gilbert.was married to Mr. Roy Louthan at the home of the bride's parents, corner of Polk and Broadway, Tuesday evening at eight o'clock, Rev. J, N. Alton of the Elm Street Methodist ehuroh officiating. The wedding was very informal only the relatives of the bride and bridegroom being present. After the ceremony the couple left on the Milwaukee Southwest Limited for Chicago where they will spend a week. They will then return to Kansas City where they will be at home to their friends at 713 Wabash avenue after October fifteenth. Miss Gilbert was born east of Chillicothe. She graduated from the High school five years a?oand hasjtaught in the public|schools for three years. She is a bright and j accomplished young lady and was a favorite among her school mates because of her kind-,.disposition ! and loveable ways. Mr. Louthan is the son of Mr. and Mrs 1 Joe Louthan of north of Chillicothe, He has been an em« ployee of the Milwaukee railroad for the past six months. He is now, one of the regular firemen. He is a bright, industrious young man and has a bright future before him. The co,uple were the recipients of a number of costly presents. L CONGRESSMAN ADDRESSES SPRINCHILL VOTERS Bousing Meeting at the Capital of Jackson Township by Democratic County Candidates A rousing meeting of Democrats was held at Springhill Tuesday night in the capital of the old Democratic stronghold of Jackson township. The voters of that section were addressed by Judge Rucker, who came up from Chariton county for that special purpose and returned to his sick son's side last night. The address was able and interesting, being devoted to national issues for most part. The county candidates accompanied Judge Rucker and report enthusiastic party spirit in tnat part of the county. They expert Jackson to roll up the old time majority this fall. . The county candidates go to Sampsel Wednesday. I $ ;? CLARK'S PHARMACY, HENRIETTA BUIIjDIXG CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI. FUN, MUSIC AND BEAUTY A representative Chillicothe audience saw "The Earl and the Girl" at the playhouse of Myers last night. It was good. Eddie Foy, though not in his prime, was funny merely to look at if nothing more. The music was good for most part. The duets of the runaways, the solos of the lieutenant and the chorus of pretty- girls with pretty voices made up completely for the lack of plot or thread. The prettily costumed chorus, the well dressed audience and the artistic and tasteful interior of the the theatre were all en- rapport Tuesday night. .» * ^ Scrofula, with its swollen S glands, running sores, infl«ned • | j eyelids, cutaneous eruptions, I yields to Hood's Sarsoparilla. STOLE GLOVES A number of Italians, who are working on the Milwaukee railroad, were inChillicothe Tuesday evening and visited Brant and Son's store, where they stole two boxes of eloves. They went directly to the Milwaukee depot and escaped on hand cars before the robbery was discovered. W. R. HEARST ILL New York, October 9—W. R. Hearst is ill at his home with a severe cold. Mr. Hearst expects, however, to be able to address a meeting of the independence league in Westchester county tomorrow evening. Dyspepsia Is an indication that the stomach and other digestive organs are weak, t»ired 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'sSarsaparilla cures dyspepsia—it, has "a magictouch " in this disease. For testimonials of remarkable cures •end f»r Book on Dyspepsia, No. 5. C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell. Mass. These are a few ol Hartman's swell Coats, fine broadcloths , lined Prices most reasonable. These Coats eight to twenty-five dollars., /Come a v, v .« - • satin. see them at HARTMAN'S - WESLEY ISRAEL ARRESTED Bit, DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALL FOLK'S OVATION IN SOUTH MISSOURI Charged With Embezzling S?gister- ed Letter Aug. 25—Taken to St. Joseph Wednesday Morning I Unprecedented Crowds Greet him at Popular Bluff, Neelyville and Doniphan. Wesley Israel, who has been employed as night clerk at the postomce,for the past year, was arrested by Deputy United States Marshall C. H. Haskell Tuesday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Plan Israel, southeast of Chillicothe, charged with embezzling a registered letter from the local postoffice mailed from Platte City, Mo., addressed to the Photo Supply company at Kansas City, on the night of August 25. The officer left Wednesday morning for St. Joseph with Young Israel who was given a preliminary hearing before United States Com- 'tnissioner Colt Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Israel denied the charge and waived his preliminary, hearing and was bound over to the Federal court •which convenes in St. Joseph October 29. Postmaster J. L. Schmitz was summoned as a witness but did not testify. There were also a number of other witnesses present. Postoffico Inspectors Reed, Brown and Elvin have been in the city for the past three weeks working on the case. Young Israel was accompanied by his father to St. Joseph. The two are expected to return home tonight. The arrest of young Israel came as a surprise to his friends in Cnillicotho and the vicinity in which he lives. He has always borne a good reputation arid it is hoped that a mistake has been made and that he can prove himself innocent of the charge. The letter in question contained money but the postotfice authorities would not state what amount. HOME VISlToilxCURSION On October lOch the Burlington will sell round trip tickets to all points in Indiana and Ohio and certain points in Michigan and New York including Buffalo and Niagra Fulls. Also certain points in Pennsylvania and West Virginia for one and one third fare for the round trip with final limit of 30 days from date of sale. This is an excellent opportunity to visit the old home at loss than the usual cost. For further particulars call or address R. B. Jordan, GORMAN-HUNTER Frank Gorman of the South precinct and Miss Leoua 'Hunter were married at the St. Joseph's jhurch residence Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, Father Kennedy performing the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter of Rich Hill ;ownship and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs John Gorman, both being well known and popu- ar young people. VERNON COUNTY MAN SUICIDE Nevada, Mo., <~>ct 8— A. W. Edwards, a wealthy citizen of Vernon county, hanged himself with a rope early this morning at his home near Walker. Mr. Edwards had been ill and it is supposed that this was the cause of his committing suicide. Mr. Edwards had lived in Vernon county for thirty five years. LONiovTRLANDTRIP. Mr. and Mrs. James Bench and son, Jesse Bench and family left Tuesday overland for Rock Island, Texas, where/ they will look after Mr. Bench's land. They left in two covered wagons well prepared for the trip. The party will be absent all winter. A large crowd was in attendance at the Lair sale southeast of Chillicothe Wednesday. The stock brought a fair price. Mr. Lair has not definitely settled what he will do in the future but will visit at his old home in Pennsylvania this winter. A Perfect Bowel Laxative for constipation, sallow complexion, headache, dizziness.sour stomach, coated tongue, biliousness. Lax- ets act promptly, without pain or griping. Pleasant to take— Lax- ets— only 5 cents. Sold-by the N J. Swetland Drug Co. STOCK SALE G. M. Campbell will sell at public auction Monday, October 15, a*his home seven miles south o Phillioothe, a lot of horses, jacks Popular Bluff, Mo., Oct. 9—The keynote of the Democratic campaign of Butler county was struck tonight when Governor Joseph W. Folk addressed the largest political gathering known here in years at the Fraternal Opera House. The band was present and the enthusiastic demonstration as the Governor alighted from the train perhaps surpassed anything ever known in this city. He was es- ortad to the Quinn hotel, where the party had supper and, during this time the band played in the street and the immense crowds went wild with enthusiasm. The procession marched from lore to the opera house, where at this time only standing room ra- inained. When the Governor arrived, the house rang with pro- onged applause. It waa almost ten minutes before Colonel Philips could be heard above the noise. He introduced the Governor with a short and eloquent address,, and then the applause jroke loose again as the Governor arose to speak. Doniphan, Mo. Oct. 9—Governor Folk spoke here today to 2500 peo pie. Neelyville, Mo., Oct. 9—Perhaps ho greatest political throng ever cnown in this vicinity heard Governor Folk deliver his address at : o'clock this afternoon. • FUNERAToTviCTlM Bevier, Mo., Oct S—The funeral of Joseph Schwartz Luebbers, 'ompany F, Eighth United States nfantry, who was killed in action with Pulajanes near Julita, Island of Leyte, Philippines, August 9, 900, was held here today. The body arrived here yesterday. F. A. Jones Post Number 23, G. A. R. of Macon, Mo., sent an escort o conduct the burial. HOLE IN'IRIDGE While crossing a bridge over a creek west of Grand river on the Springhill road Tuesday night, a horse driven by James Teeters tepped his foot into a hole in the bridge and came near breaking ts leg before the animal could ex- ricate its limb. The bridge is in sad condition and should be repaired. WHEELING COUPLlfwEDS Leo Rosier and Gladys Springer of Wheeling came here Wednesday morning andsecuredmarriage icense and were married by Probate Judge Umphalbaugh at elev- m o'clock. The couple left immediately for Wheeling where hey will reside. RETURNSLWITH PRISONER. Sheriff Gaorge Yeomans returned Tuesday evening with George Jrown, alias Charles Wilson, who scaped from the county j*il here n August and was captured in Oskaloosa, losvu, last week. He will be tried at cne coming term of circuit court for forgery. SPRINCHILL FAIR THURSDAY. The Springhill one day fair will oe held in the grove west of jpringhill Thursday. A number of good premiums are offered by ,he association and a good crowd is expected. CHEAP POTATOES. Have tr<idei apples- for ten cars ihoica Northern Ohio potatoes— first car this week. Price at car 55c per bushel, price delivered 60c psr bushel in 10 bushdl lots or more. Better buy now. oiOaSt Frank Scruby CQMMY GOT NO. I. Charles Comiskey's [American League Champions won the first world's championship baseball game from the Chicago National League Champions by a score ol 2 to J. FOR SALE CHEAP. One team horses, 2 sets double harness, 2 wagon?, 2 cook stoves ; 1 heating stove. Come quick. o!0d4t wit Frank Scruby Attractiveness and unique features in "Under Southern Skies" are the Jack-o-lantern pumpkin dance and the Hallowe'en tricks Neither of which had been seen on the stage until Mrs. Parker utilized them in her play. Luella It's Rather Embarrassing .pyplght1906 fanlOUS. of Kuppenhelmer isn't it, to have a cold snap come on suddenly and find you still wearing a light weight summer suit or without a suitable overcoat? But this is what will happen to you if you put off making your selection much longer. There is also a decided advantage in purchasing now, because you can see a complete display—not a style nor .a number missing, and with a line of the range and scope of the KUPPENHEIMER, for which we are exclusive agents, this means a great deal— much more than you can possibly realize until you come in and look the display over. The new single and double breasted sack suits are particularly attractive this season. We have them in all the select fabrics and patterns for which the house of Kuppenheimer is We Have Nearly Everything New in FALL HATS. W. F. STARKEY GORMAN-HUNTER Frank A. Gorman and Miss Leona May Hunter were married in he St. Joseph parish Wednesday morning at nine o'clock by Father | Kennedy. Mr. Gorman is a prosperous armer residing southeast of Chil- icothe. Chamberlain's Cougii icemedy Acts on Nature's Plan. The most successful medicines ,re those that aid nature. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY acts on this plan. Take it when you have a oold and it will allay ;he cough, relieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents. Large size, 50 cents. For sale by the N. J. Swetland Drug Co. "w.oTwJNISIATE The Woodmen of the World m- tiated three members at its meeting Tuesday evening. After odge work was completed the j members indulged in a banquet after which a smoker was given. Speeches were made by members of the order and a general rood time was had. SPECIAL RATES TO CHICAGO On October 13th and 14th the Burlington Route will sell round jrip tickets to Chicago and return for one fare with final .return limit onOctober 22nd. R. B. JORDAN, Agent. THE Is what we claim to have reached in "OUR OWN" blend coffee. We buy this coffee green —have it roasted and do our own blending. OUR PRICE IS ONLY 25C. THE POUND. OUR. GUARANTEE: You purchase one pound of "OUR OWN" blend Coffee and if you do not find it equal to any coffee sold at 35c the pound (you to be the judge)we will cheerfully refund your money! Does your grocer offer so liberal a proposition? WM.SUMMERVILLE'SSONS The grocers that sail good coffee Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at The W ATTON STUDIO HORSE SHOW AT KANSAS CITY For the above occasion the Burlington Route will sell round trip tickets Oct. 14th to 20th with final return-limit Oct..22nd for S3.35. R. B. JORDAN, Agent. The laxative effect of CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH and LIVER TABLETS, is so agreeable and BO natural you can hardly realize that it is produced by a medicine. ^ .^ toQ . These tablets also cure indigestion r , and biliousness. Price, 25 cents. [ Mr. ani Mrs. Harry McArthur Samples free at the N. J. S wetland j of Lincoln, HI., are visiting J. W. Drue Store. I Jarrell and family. THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Thursday. Rising temperature Thursday and north- Another Car Furniture Jnst> Received. Will be ready for inspection Saturday. All new designs. MEINERSHAGEN FURNITURE CO. -V" -v .«;.

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