The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on March 22, 1923 · Page 7
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 7

Chillicothe, Missouri
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 22, 1923
Page 7
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liLE DAILY UOJSHT1TUT1OM, OHILUICOTHJI. Mti, "Before You Build" When you plan your next building keep in mind that these items made of steel will last you a life time, protect your place from fire and always look neat. Majestic Coal Chutes , Fenestra Steel Sash Reinforcing Bars Beams and Angles Ash Pit Dooes Dumps Fire Place Grates · '' *' /Ton Fences Iron Stair Ways · Ornamental Iron Mill Supplies CHILLICOTHE IRON COMPANY Foundry and Machine Work Phone 18 -- -- -- -- Chillicothe, Mo. . ft. '·;?y; Dr.KING'S NEWDISCOVEEOr ·-- thJamlfy cough, syrup Relieve, it with Dr.KINC?S' NEW DISCOVERY -- thtjiunily cough syrup NORTHEAST JACKSON. Misses Mildred, Edna and Nellie Akers and Miss Faye Coberly visited with Miss Hattfe Davis "Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Linaie Akers aud children visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Elba Akers and children. · Mrs. Mary Prewitt and son OreG called on Mr. and UTS. Grant Akers and children Wednesday night. Miss Faye Ooberly spent Wednesday night, Thursday, Thursday night and Friday at the home ot Grant Akers. Miss Edna- Akers spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coherly and children. . Ernest and Ira Akers visited at the horn eot C. H. Akers Saturday afternoon. W. G. Akers aad sou Olen transacted business in Springhill Saturday afternoon. ! Clato irvih and daughter, Loraine traded with the Hickory merchants Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Eckert and Daughters, Nellie and Josephine vis- Ked Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clate Irviit aud daughter. Harry Eckert spent Sunday with Olen Akers. . Mark and Bertha Eekerf. visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Akers and children. Harry and Nellie Eckert visited with Harold and Roberta Akers,Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C. G. Eckert and children, Mark and Josephine and Frank Long and sons", Lawrence and Charley transacted business in Hickory Tuesday. Misses' Mildred and Nellie Akers, Bertha Eckert aad Fern Leeper visited the Goodrich school Tuesday afternoon. Jim Stephens visited at the home of Clate Irvin Tuesday. C. H. Akers traded with the merchants o£ Chula Wednesday. HOGS SMOTHERED TO DEATH IN BIG KANSAS SANDSTORM Smith Center, Kan'., -March.2-2.-- Great losses were, suffered in, this county through hogs .smothering to death during the 'terrific, "stodm ' if dust and snow Saturday night. Some farmers I'ost all the 'hogs they' had. A report from Reamsville says one man there lost hia herd of 49 head. T A Message For The Readers Of The Constitution. This messenger comes to your door every evening. A firm that believes in telling its customers what it has to offer, "believes in giving them just what it has advertised. You place your money in a bank in which you have confidence, for the fact that they invest in absolute safety. You should invest in merchandise with the same thought in mind. You are safe when you purchase from merchants that do not hesitate in maldng a special effort to place their goods beforejtne public in an honest, open and above-hoard manner. When your mail-order go ods go wrong you have to go to your catalog and ; see; much to your grief and sorrow ."No articles. exchanged or taken back"--or wouldn't you rather come to your local merchant and say, "Say Tom, I bought this article of yon and I believe I would rather have the other one." · You leave that store with a smile, for you have received full value, service and satis faction for your money. . If the readers of The Constitution fail to read every 'ad' in its columns they have missed the newsiest, and most valuable news in the paper. Watch for the Easter Ads. THfVCfflLLICOTHE CONSTITUTION aien . OWL CREEK ITEMS. The death of Joe Rensch. was quite a Surprise to his many friends here. The funeral of the infant of Mr. and Mrs. Will, Reeder which, was held at Zion church Thursday afternoon was well attended. Miss Pansy Frith spent one night last week -with. Miss Francis Lewis. Mr. and Mrs'. Elmer Cheek and little -daughter and Miss Ida Plaster meet with an 'accident while they weredriving to Chillicothe Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jennings. Scott Mast was reported a little 1 better at this writing. ( Elmer Cheek and family and Miss Ida Plaster, Verme Piper were shopping in Chillicothe Saturday. March 23. Little Zelpha Mast was unable, to attend school the last few days on account o£ illness. _ ' On account of the last few rains it has started the river to raising, b u t ! there is no danger of it coming out. I Miss Faye Mcst was calling on Miss May Jennings Sunday evening. j Mrs.', George Grouse is reported 'some better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nathnagel were trading in Chillicothe Saturday j niiLprnoon. * I Callie Lamp was calling on Festues Hughes one day last week. OAK GROVE. There was no Sunday school or preaching/service at Pleasant Grove church Sunday on account of bad ·-veather. A force of men were busy Satur- cluy dynamiting a channel thru Dayton Lake to connect with, the big' ditch. The latest inside dope is that the state highway will Eoli'ow the bi£ telephone lines straight west from Moadville, go .thru. Oak....Grove -and connect with the Airline road. ! Scott McMillea of Hale arrived Saturday evening on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Harry McVcy and family. Mrs. L.. M, Jones who was in the New Hospital ill ot: asthma and flu, is now at home much, improved in health. Miss Lottie, Wilhite is recovering from a double attack of pneumonia. Little Mary Rutli Stewart, who broke- her collar bone while at "pl'ay with a playmate, is able to be around again. , f *ti Sirs. Alice Bryson of Villisca, la., recovering from a stroke of paralysis at the home of. her daughter. Mrs. 0. W .Robinson.. W. H., the small son of Mr. and Mrs, \V. R. Grace is, seriously ill o£ pneumonia. Miss Thelma McVc-y, a C. H. S. student is confined to her home with illness. Mr. and Mrs. George Grace o£ Chillicothe are attending Jthe bedside of their little grandson. Quite a, number from here .attended the St. Patrick's Day celebration n Ghillicothe Saturday night. Mrs. George Manning, with Mrs. Will Grothe, Mrs. W. R. Grace and' Mrs. Fred Emerson assistant hostesses, entertained the Industrial Society last Thursday. Djelicious refijesh- ments .-"were served: Next " meeting, with Mrs. JDowe Miller. Want Ads pay big dividends. Try it. Want Ads pay big dividends. Try it. Have you tried a Constitution Want Ad? They'll make you money. Try Constitution Want Ad. We want your news. Phone 105. House Moving. It yoii "want your liouse mo,yed, ^e can do it. We are ready now. Our work Is all guaranteed. We can move anything and for the right price. Call Miss Wilkenson at the Industrial Home about' us. Call or write Robert Todd at Braymer, Mo., when you are ready. · J26eod3w Old papers at The Constitution at Meeting to /organize Live Stock Shippers Association at Sampsel school house Friday at 7:30 p. m. r 17-6t* We want your news. Phone 105. Good Kews. The Journal-Post has all o( the latest news,, pictures and comics. If your service is good tell your uelgh- uors, if not phone 870., My slogan is Good Service and Courteous, Treatment at all times. Qfflce opposite the postofflce. Vern Hicks, Agent. Wo are in jicetTof corn, both yellow and white and wjll offec-St. Louis prices for same. to21-2t Scruby Bros. G. I. Co. Consider the service given von, Mr, Farmer, *»y the International Harvester Co.,-throiigh us, 'their locaTagent, itnd you mil be convinced that that line ot Implements is the best and cheapest you can buy.' m20tf Scruby Bros. G. X Co. Tankage!-Tankage! .Tankage! We have a ear'of'tankage on C. M. St. Paul track Wednesday and Thursday. 1 Farmers Pro. Grain Exchange. 20-2t Tankage! Tankage! Tankage! "We have a car of tankage on C, M. St. Paul track Wednesday and Thursday. i I-armers Pro. Grain Exchange. CAPS- A Complete Section of Tweeds antLSoftings in Mixed and Overplaids Silk and Satin Lined Leather Visors. $1.50 to $2.50 F. W. CORNUE, MGR. 'Service' -- 'Satisfaction' Before Painting Do a Littfe More · Figuring Ori Paint How do you usually buy your paint, by the gallon, or "by the" job ? Bo you buy it at so much per gallon or so much for doing what you want done? 'Did you ever.figure with a brush, the cost of your painting instead .of doing it with a pencil? Before yon. do any more painting, just drop in and let us do a little more figuring on paint. Be prepared to have your eyes opened; TURNER LUMBER INVT. CO. . L. Rawlins, Mgr. Don't Gamble with the "lots for your money" ' brands of baking powder with the cheap and big can kind, you're sure to lose every time. CALL FOR CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER It's usedby more housewives--more chefs--more railroads--more restaurants--inore hotels, than any other kind in America and its sale is over 150%'greater. If you want every bake-day to be a success--if youwantpositiveresultsatasmall '. cost--if you want to guard the purity of your bakings, use Calumet Every ingredi- entinithasbeenofficial- ly approved by the United States Food Authorities. Order Calumet today BEST BY TEST --it will pay. yeas WORIJS atsxtssr {NEWSPAPER! ilEWS.PA.PE.Rr

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