The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 6, 1929 · Page 4
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 4

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, November 6, 1929
Page 4
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PAGE 4 • THE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY NOV. «, 1929 CLAIMS OF HAMILTON After Air Liner Licked the Storm Says It Is Made Up WEATBERFORD. Tot. Nov. 6—(UP) —Robert H. H*"»iifayi who once { weighed justice in the high courts of j •tens cat in district court here today i and watched attorneys and the bench ! final scenes in his trial on a charge of murder. He appeared as unemotional as the day last May 4 when he shot Tom Walton, secretly wedded husband of the judge's daughter, Theresa, calmly t«f,^iM»i»g his family, "dent worry. I bad to do it." heard District Judge J. about a wek ago, is improving. Alfred Barnes of Dawn, who underwent a I major operation last Wednesday con- jtinues to improve. Mrs. Stevens of . Bedford, who is confined to the hospit- ial following a major operation last week, continues to improve steadily. i 1 TO MAKE HOME HERE i Mrs. Cora Moser, who came to Chili- i ccthe about a month ago from Los | Angeles, California, to attend funeral I services for her mother, Mrs. Talithia ! Clark, will make her home in Chilli- 1 cothe. Mr. Moser arrived in Chillicoths ! yesterday from Los Angeles to join her > here. WENT RIGHT TO SOURCE OF MY TROUBLES" ^Lady Tells How New Master Medicine Quickly Relieved Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism and Other IDs. badly swollen and I became very nervous. "Konjola was recommended to me and.I decidsd to try it. Th s new medicine went right to the source of my troubles. My arms and ankles no longer , are swollen and I can get about with lease to do my housework. The pains in and around my kidneys have left. My nerves again are steady. I am no longer bothered by gas on the stomach or heart palpitations. Konjola is surely a wonderful medicine and 1 prase it highly." Kcnjola is sold in Ciiillicothe, Mo., at, Wig^ly Bros, drug Svo;c, ani by all the best druggists in ail tow .is throughout this entire section. INDICT POLICEMEN Conspiracy to Violate Prohibition Laws Is the Charge. KANSAS CITY, Mo., NOV. 6.—(U. P.) j s —Indictments charging conspiracy to i ! violate the prohibition laws were re- j i turned against Police Chief G. C. Pike \ 'and former Assistant Chief H. L. Teaff BgggaaBaaa^Egg^^ of Springfield by a federal grand jury After having teen missing for 30 hours when forced down near Trechado.. here ^ mornin g. N. M,, in a blinding snowstorm, Pilot James Doles of Western Air Express passenger plane on the Los Angeles-Kansas City run returned to Albuquerque his and " " -•-•"•'• '- 1 - 1 and - upon with his life for the life of the boy. lUBA mM§-9 JA*^ WA !*•& • •• i ^^» *rmm*m> -nr-mr^ Judge Hamilton, the court informed LOCAL NEWS NOTES the Jury, had a right to shoot Tom Walton if it appeared to the defendant that he was in danger, and if the (Continued from Page 1) as roadmaster on the Chicago, Milwau- betteved the youth intended kee and St. Paul railroad. out alleged threats made STEAKS TO CLUB Miss Grace Coppage, personal repre- to carry against Hamilton's We. Hamiitzm pleaded he drew his pistol only after young Walton had moved sentative of the Barbara Gould Co. bis band fn» a coat pocket, O*reby,! of New York City, who is at the Bott, the judge said, predpiattog "a mortal Minteer dry goods company store this struggle for the gun'* in which the jweek, conducting demonstrations, ad- youtfe without a weapon was kflled. (dressed toe members cf the Domestic i of the packed courtroom, . Science club this afternoon, on, "The to court against demon- i Art of Creative Beauty." The club met atowttons7 increased as Special Prose- ! at the home of Mrs. B. L. Isherwood on cutor Hugh Cooper began a fiery and j west Calhoun street. tempered final statement, shouting: j The only difference taetwen this | RESIGNS POSITION defense from the stereotyped one is j p au | Bradford, who returned to Chil- that it was net 'hip pocket' move, but : uco tke about two months ago from a 'coat pocket' move.'* Hamilton's stolid composure , remained unmoved. MISCELLANEOUS SUPPER. At the Brookshier school, Wednesday, November 6, also a. program. 4-2t Dorothy Litton, teacher. I For clewing th2 mii»d :f al car^s | and mcst thought, fitciiia^ horseshoes 'seems the best. AIRPLANE Springfield where he was employed by ^^g^ sauer, a former resident of 'Chillicothe in his Newspaper and the social hour and the luncheon which was served by the Primary teachers, the Sunday school orchestra played several selections. TO NEVADA TO VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks who live at 210 Second street, closed their home yesterday and left last night for Sallon. Nevada, where they will spend the remainder cf this year visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Couch, former residents of Chillicothe. Mr. and Mrs. Couch left Chillicothe sixteen years ago for Sallon to make their home. TO TEACHERS CONVENTION Mrs. Leo Van Coutren, principal of the Highview school and Miss Rut'n Anderson, teacher at the Belche school southeast of Chillicothe, will motor t; St. Louis, Wednesday, November 13, tc attend the two days session cf the State Teachers convention. Mrs. Van MRS. A. E. IBBOTSON "I had been unable to do my housework for three years," said Mrs. A. E. Ibbotson, 513 Broadway, Joliet, 111. "I was troubled with rhsumaUsm, kidney disorders, constipation, also flut- BARGAINS 1W PIANO. | tering of the heart causod by gas forrn- If you want to "buy a piano like new [ ing my stomach. The kidney trouble ^ 156 4-w. 1126 I and constipation brought on the rheu- Walker 4-4t* imatismj My ankles and arms were leaned back in his cha ir j Magaeine agency there, has resigned j Coutren will spend .the remainder of XUUuUMMA •TrBUgT^Tfl m»sjs*^a. •• • •••-* •— — ' • nflflLEnKaUC nK^F" j ***c*^» **q*j ***»»^*»^**« i ^/v^»v»*-»» »»••— — f mr ~~ — and not a shadow of reflection crossed ^ position as salesman with the Hoi- j the week with Mr. Van Coutren, who is his face as die district attorney «d~ iland Furnace company, which he has] employed there. Mirs Andersen and vanced to the jury box eiUHiiring tfce ' hdd ^^^ returning to Chillioothe. He j Mrs. Va.n Coutren will be accompanle J bullet-torn dotfees Tom Walton was j ^ accepted a position as clerk with by Miss Velma Wheeler and Miss Edith wearing when he was shot to death. to succeed Ralph Gay, Apparently the jurist was confident wfco ^ festered the Chillicothe his defense vac ftrffioent and that Busmess ooUege to complete his course. the charge of the cowt was reassuring when Judge Carter told the Jury -no actual danger" was required ^ members of ^ Teacher's Confor his act, but "only apparent danger and that such danger reasonably to the defendant, viewing matter from the standpoint of tte defendant alone.*' Young Walton was compared to Wfl- Hclmes, who will be the guests friends. AT Mrs Nettie Simmons, HOSPITAL. who underwent a major operation at the Chil- Edward of the nortor- fcrencecf the First Baptist church met | ucothe hcsiptal last week, is much last night at the church for fee regular, improved and is ^bout to be up part monthly social and business meeting 'of the day. Mrs. Timmons' home is in Plans for the evangelistic services which 'wheeling. Miss Betty Alexander, aged open at the Baptist church, Sunday seven years, who underwent an opera- November 10, were discussed. During tion for the removal of her appendix tous California case in the final heated by Sam Sbadle, defense "You've got to watch the jellybeans of this age," Shadle shouted to the tenners and merchants in the jury box. "I have a daughter 17 years old in the university. Don't you think i' would have a right to protect myself if threatened by romc jal!y-bean down at Austin <seat cf the school)? "Hamilton controlled himself. If be bad not been a man who could control himself, he would have slain Walton before he did." Prosecutor Cooper hammeied at the self-defense plea for * full hour and ts. ee t The Marathc With Tehotts Orchestra g DANCE Usual Thursday night round and square dance. Renraw Park. Music by Andy Walker 1 * orchestra. 5-2t One-day Cleaning and Pressing Servie. Suits and Overcoats $1£0. Ladies work a specialty. Free delivery. Banks Cleaners, Phone WO-R. 5-7t 4 Couples Still On the Floor Can You Pick the Winners V«*ctofWo-«Wfca Tried ADMISSION 35c - lOc SSg^S^^ .^•i^SSy-SiS mother-in-law took lerdia E. Pinkham's Vegetabl-e Com- rjavnd and she in- laced me to take ft. I am now on fourth hottte W. H. Young & Bros., Inc » of St. Louis, Mo. INVESTMENT SECURITIES Announce the Association of and have also used Sanative Wash. i Tbe medicines that I wfll do for me what HBawawMJ the Vegetable Com- puuiMi and Sanative Wash nave done are certainly worth their weight » cold. 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