The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 3, 1923 · Page 3
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S^S^^fe^sfF^^pS^^^^^W^?^^^!^^^^^! DAILY CONSTITUTION. OmLLICOTHE, MO. THDESDAT, MAY 3, 1923. lush "ONE QUALITY" GULBRANSEN PLAYER PIANOS "Rationally Priced" VICTOR VICTROLAS and RECORDS "Known Hie World Over" BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS and Record "Plays all Records" Ask anybody about the four above lim-s and before you buy a Piano or Phonograph come to our store and see and hear for yourself. "OncJ'rirc to All" airl "Brxt. For Your Money'' QIhiUirn% .Reynolds Clyde Maxwell SEDAN ^ New Price F. a B. Detroit Equipped with electric starting and lighting system, de- mountable rims, extra rim and non-skid tires all around--the -Ford Sedan, at the new low of $595, F.Q.R Detroit, tt the greatest motor car value ever produced--an enclosed car of comfort, convenience «nd beauty. Buy now. Terms. Norman Motor Co. Phone769 M E I N E R S H / U E N S Funeral Directors and Embalmers Day Phone 397 NigM 921--301 PUBLIC SALE. SATURDAY, MAY 5,1923 50-- GRADE BEEF COWS NOW CALVING --50 Sale to begin at 10 a. m. Location 3 miles northwest of Chillicotbe, 1-2 mile north o£ Springhill ro v ad on tie Hose Hutchison farm. fcpI these cows are grade Whitelaces 4 to 7 years old, calves at foot or Two cents a word lor the first Insertion and one cent a word for each additional, insertion. Minimum cterge for a local, twenty-five cents. FOB BENT FOR RENT--Two bedrooms in Modern home. 303 Washington St. 13-tf For Rent--Nicely furnished rooms. 414 V-ine St., Phone 764. 23-tf FOR KENT -- ; apartment. Phone room furnished 14SS-J or 14S6-M 24-tf 25-are grade Shorthorn 3 year olds with calves at foot or springing. All cows were bred to v c ry high class regisetred Hereford bulls. They sell , 5 and 10 in a lot. At 1 p. m. the same day the Shorthorn breeders /"..Association sale la held at the sale pavillion in Chillicothe. d($fc draft consists of scale well bred well fitted scotch bulls, cows and heifers. ' ":·*-- .· We are serins these grade beef cows because we have bought a herd of registered Herefords. FORRESTER BROS., Owners i Merchant Taflar The Kind of Pictures H. B. EOGAlSl rou and y o u r friends will appreciate. " A R R Y NOTHING B.UT TH6 | M a d e at my H t u d i o or In your home. "EST DOMESTIC AND I v 1TED FABRICS. FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms for light house keeping in modern home. Ph'one 1015 or call at 1122 W. Webster. 25-tf FOB 8AUS FOR SALE--Invalid chair. 902 N. ·Vine. 26-tf FOR SALE--Small Victrola, mahogany davenport and devan.1020 Elm street. ' ao-tf FOR SALE--On account of wolves, will sell 50 head of ewes, 3 bucks, 31 lambs. Ben Young. Route 3 or Springhill Central. ' a 3 0 - 6 t FOR SALE--Seven pure bred Hampshire gilts, ready to breed; one extra good male. A. D. Walker, Sampsel, Mo. ' 30-3* MORSE SOYBEANS FOR SALE -Germination 97 1-2. Stored in town. Call C. P. Adams, Chula. or Farm Bureau office. a!6-lm BUILDING LOT F'OR SALE--Corner lot, paved on both Bides, sewer connections already in, 4 blocks from square, lot 60x135. A bargain for anyone wanting one of the finest I'o- cations and building lots obtainable in Chillicothe. ir interested see I. W. Watkins at the Constitution office. 9-tJ WOMAJV HANGED IN CANADA FIRST IN24 YEARS FLOREXCE LASSANDRA PAID PEXAMY FOR KILLING AN OFFICER. CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI AT THE BIENNIAL GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD, MONDAY, MAT 7,1923. Republican Ticket. Democratic Ticket. Swung From Gallows « Hull Horn After Her Companion, Emil Picariello, Had Been Hanged. Saskatchewan, Canada, May 2.-Florence Lassandra, the first woman hanged in Canada in 24 years, and one of the few ever hanged on the North American continent, went to her death on the gallows today. Her hanging followed that of Emil Picariello, who was hanged approximately half an hour before Mrs. Lassan- dra. The two had been convicted of the murder of Constable Lawson of the Northwest Mounted Police. Before tne trap was sprung, Mrs. Lassandra confessed that she had fired the first of the shots which killed Lawson. Tie same gallows were used lor both 'executions. THE MONOPLANE T-2 STARTED FOB SAN DIEGO, CAMP. TODAY. WAITED Mitchiel Field, N. Y., May 2.--The giant monoplane T-2 started on its coast to coast non-stop flight from Curtis field today. The ship, piloted by Lieuts. McReady and Kelley, rose slowly and pointed its nose west for its flight to Rockwell field, San Diego, Calif. The ship's course lias been laid out straight to Daytbn, O., they by way of St. Louis southwest through Tucumcari, N. M. The ship tok the air at 1:37 p. m. eastern daylight saving time. MAN, woman wanted. Salary $75 weekly full time.Sl.50 an hour for spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wear. Beautiful spring line.} GUARANTEED MILLS, Norristown, Pa. Wed-lOt PRESIDENT HARDING AV1LL SAIL FOB ALASKA ON dULY FIFTH WANTED--Laundry to do. Phone 771. Mrs. Clarence- Wood, 1202 Walnut street. 30-St WANTED TO RENT--5 or 6 room house by responsible party. Phone SS9. J. A. WcCuistion. 27-Gt WANTED--Lawns to mow. Phone 1566-W. l-3t GIRL WANTED--to work in butter room apply in person at Swift Co. 1-31 JAS. W. HELTON. M.D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Calls answered promptly day or nlsrht In City or Country. Office over Sauer'» Book Store West Side Square. Phone office 888 nieni or day. DR. C. R. KINN1SON DEPUTT STATE VETERINARIAN. (Successor to Dr. S. Black) Calls answered promptly Office Phone 841. Residence 337. DR. JAS. BENNETT tTBTERINARY 8TJRGEOH AMD DENTIST M. Phone 1B53R. Office Phone 85 Washington, May 2.--President Harding will attend the July 4 celebration in Portland, Ore., and will sail from there for Alaska on July 5, he told Senator McNary at tne White House* today. The president on return from Alaska will land at Seattle, he said. He intends to go lo California, from Seattle, visiting San Francisco, Los Angeles and the Yosemite valley. . Moving and Hauling Velie 2-ton Truck, pneumatic tires Plenty of furniture pads. Geo. B. Hill, Phone 1571-M. S O R G H U M I ^.m prepared to make sorghum. Bring your cain 1 mile south and 1 1-2 mile west of Springhill to GEORGE W. WELLS Also, .Cream Separator for sale. WANTED We teach electric and acetylene welding. Write us for particulars. QUICK SERVICE WELDING CO. AKD SCHOOL 446 State Ave., Kansas City, Kansas DR. F H. EMMONS EYE, BAB. NOSE AND THKOAT AND FITTING OP GLASSES Room 6-7-8 Wallbrnnn BIdg. Phones--Office, 607; Residence 854. GIRLS WANTED for good steady employment wages paid while learning trade, apply at office of'iGlove Factory. Turns Gases to Humane Use. Washington, May 1.--The possibil- i l y of preventing or curing influenza, tuberculosis, paresis and other afflictions by the use of certain so-called poison gases has been demonstrated by the chemical warfare service ot the army at Edgewood arsenal, Maryland, it was learned officially today. Through experiments with chlorine gas, army chemists established the fact that epidemics of influenza, grippe or colds might be checked almost instantly, it was said, by introducing the gas into the rooms occupied by those who are to be exposed. That mustard gas was a specific for tuberculosis apparently was demonstrated completely by the experiments conducted at Edgewood under the direction of Lieut. Col. Edward B. Vedder of the army medical corps. As a result of experiments with the burning gas known as 'Lewisite, army chemists have evolved what appears to be an efficacious remedy, if not an infallible cure for paresis and locomotor ataxia. "Lewisite" is a burning gas composed of arsenic and acetelyne gas. Mayor-A. R. COBURN Co linci] m an-at-Large FRANK M. BENCH Councilman First Ward MILTON J. RICE Councilman Second Ward- CHARLES CHASE Councilman Third Ward-HARRY W. DRUEN Councilman Fourth Ward S. C. TURNER City Clerk-STELLA SELBY Police. Judge--r JAMES E WINN City Attorney-DON CHAPMAN City Constable--. HARRY WELLS City Auditor-. JEWELL MILLER City Treasurer-MRS. OLIVE DAVIS City Assessor-A. D. STURGIS Mayor-JOSEPH D STEWART Councilman-at-Large-WILLIAM A. KENSCH Councilman First Ward-WM. N. NOTHNAGLE Councilman Second Ward-ALLEN j. MCDOWELL Councilman Third Ward-- · LLOYD SINNARD Councilman Fourth Ward-CLAUDE E. BRADFORD City Clerk-LADRA CRAVENS Police Judge-Z. B. MYERS City Attorney-L. A. MARTIN City Constable-MAURICE DORNEY City Auditor-ELMER G. JOHNSON City Treasurer-L. R. MERRICK City Assessor-M. R. DAUGHERTY- I, John M. Gallatin, clerk of the county court of Livingston county, Missouri ,do hereby certify that the foregoing are the nominations made by the respective political parties .above named for city offices of the City uf Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri, to be filled at the biennial general election of said city, to be held on the seventh day of May, 1923 as said nomination has been 'filed in my office in accordance with requirements o^ the laws of the state of Missouri. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereto set my band and affixed the seal of the County Court of Livingston County, Missouri, at my office ic the City of Chillicothe, in said county and state aforesaid, this the 28t!i day of April, 1923. J. M. GALLATIN, Clerk of the County Court of Livingston County, State of Missouri. STATE OP MISSOURI, COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON, S3. I, O. Cook, City Clerk of the City of Chillicothe, Missouri do hereby certify that the foregoing are the nominations made by the respective political parties above named" for-city~offices o£ the City of Chillicothe, Livingston County,.Missouri, to be filled af the biennial general election in said city to be held on the seventh day of May, 1923, as said nominations have been filed in my office in accordance with the requirements of the laws of the state of Missouri. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the city clerk of the city of Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri, at the City of Chillicothe in said city and said state aforesaid, this the 2Stn day of April, 1923. O. COOK, City Clerk. WHEELING. Miss Grace Clem of Kansas City spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clem. Miss Harriet Hawker and Miss Mary Pahinyer attended the basket dinner at Green'grove school Friday. Will Coleman went to Kansas City Sunday to set on on the Federal ;rar.d jury. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hedrick were Chillicothe shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wells and son Harley Svere guests' of Meadvill'e relatives -Sunday. Mrs. Amos Butler died at her home here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Buel Littrell were hillicothe visitors Saturday. Mr. and Hrs. John Whittaker and daughter were Chillicothe visitors iaturday. Robert Castle who is attending Wesleyan College, at.Cameron, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Seidel and fam- ly of Jamesport were guests of Mr. Seidel's mother, Mrs. Mary Seidel Sunday. Edmond Ramey of Smlthvill'e spent the week end with Robert Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Slattery and family of Jamesport spent Sunday at the Seidel home. FOR SALE at a price that's right, al Ikinds of fruit trees, strawberries, grapes and raspberries and other small fruit plants, draimental shrubery. Write for price list. MFSw Warner's Nursery. SEED COEIf. Reid's Tellow Dent, Boon Comity White and Button's White Dent--all graded and tested. Germination 80 per ct. pure brecl seed. Leave your order, as the snpply is limited. Phone 19 and 350. a26-6t Scrnby Bros. G. I. Co. More and better corn But to get it you must have a Planter which you know will plant the right number of kernels in each hill. We have them in stock, ready to go. The Black Hawk, I. H. C. No. 8, Hays 4 wheel The I. H. C. No. S Plant-Jr is a Ratchet Drive Planter, entirely free from gears. Is very simple and a positive drop. If you see this planter you win like it. The Black Hawk and Hays are well known and are better than ever before, and we guarantee each planter to give the very best service. BEST SERVICE p. s.--We have Seed Corn, . G. I. CO. PHOlfE 19 and 350 IOC H 0 O B B- XOEaOG S. O. S. in the army means Service of Supply. We are prepared to prove to you that we have established an S. 0. S. of our own for your benefit. No matter what you want to build, or what improvements you want to make about your house or farm, we are prepared to supply the materials and give you the service. Try us and be convinced that we deliver the service. Turner Lumber Invs. Co. CHILLICOTHE, MO. MONUMENTS --OFFICE OPPOSITE CITY HALL-- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF EACH WEEK F. F. Skive 720 Washington St. Phone 647 In the olden days' no one ever thought of givin* . the housewife a Pledgee? Perfect Baking. But thia ' flour ig a modern achieve- mentl So good that we give a Quality Pledge on every Back to the housewife! Special Prices THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY 10 Pkg. Riaso __________ SOc 10 bars P £ G soap ------ SOC 6 'boxes Ivory Flakes ____ 50c 10 bars White Wool soap 50c 16 Ibs. Rice ____________ OOc . 10 cans Lima Beans _ ____ SOc 10 cans Certified Pork and Beans ----------- 5Oc 2 Ibs. our Best Black Pepper --------- _____ SOc 2 tit, cans Sliced Pineapple SOc ·2 cans Baking Powder ___ SOc We pay 2c above market jprtce for eggs in trade. N. B. Scruby Grocery WE DELIVER - .-.PHONE 536. Public Approval T HE Standard Oil Company (Indiana) stand* Before th; public squarely on its merits as an organization of service. In directing the affairs of dm Company, the management is animated by ideals of justice, fairness" and equity to employee, consumer, competitor, stockholder and the genera] public. Because it insists that the rights of all should be ·afeguarded, the Company has prospered and has taken Its place as a leader in an essential industry. To achieve commercial success, profits are necei- sary. Profits can come only through liberal patronage of the buying public. This public will- not patronize an organization whose methods are unfair or unjust. Continued prosperity comes only to the Company which renders a "superior ·ervice and sells honest merchandise at an honest price. . To every fair-minded observer it must be obvious that hundreds of thousands of people are patronizing the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) and are doing to because they have found by experience that the service rendered by this company is reliable and that the goods it sells are uniform and dependable, and that its prices are consistently fair. Figures recently published by the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce show that one-third of the automobile registrations are concentrated in the.ten states served by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana)-yet, the price of gasoline in this territory compares favorably with that in any similar section in' the world. This low scale of prices is attributed to the efficiency of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). By its ever increasing patronage the public places the stamp of its approval upon the efficiency of. the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). The acknowledged efficiency of this-Company Js due to the unfaltering loyalty of its 27,000 employees; to the high ideals of service which the management has inaugurated and insists upon maintaining; to .the unequalled facilities which this Company has provided for carrying on the business. The loyalty of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) employee is based upon the knowledge that this Company recognizes the rights of the worker to steady employment at good wages; to a liberal annuity plan; to protection against accident, and to opportunity to invest in the Company's business on favorable terms. Because of this efficiency, recognized and approved by the public, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is able to pay to the stockholders a fair return on the capita] invested, and to build up a sufficient reserve to enable it to expandju business to keep pace with the public need. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 3146 CHILLICOTHE'S PRICES BEAT ALL COMPETITION A customer came from Kansas City to buy a garment from.a Chillicothe merchant and stated that the article of clothing was several dollars cheaper here than in Kansas City. A man came to Chillicothe to buy an article and after calling at several stores decided that the prices were unreasonable. After driving home a distance of 24 miles he found the prices in his mail order catalog were higher and came back the next day and purchased the article. The manufacturer sells for cash and our merchants' dollar will buy as much as the mail order house's dollar, and the customer does not have to pay the postage when we trade at home. THE CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION "WANTS" GET RESULTS lEWSFAPESr iEWSPAPE'RI

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