The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 5, 1923 · Page 4
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TOO iATB TO GLASSDRT?. * FOR RICXT--TTVO furnished down, stairs room, Phone 3491-J. 5-3« FOR SALE--Piano, perfectly new 1320 Elm. ' 5 6 DAILY CONSTITUTION, CHILLICOTHE, MO. SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1923 " LOST--Tortois shell glass,.* in case. near Hecond ward school Call 304. 5-3t FOR SALE -- One Ford chasis 1017 model, A-l condition. See Mr. Mahaffey a tThe Constitution. :it WANTED--House work in small family. Can begin immdiately. In- cuiire at this office. " 5-3 t STRAND TONIGHT 7:30 * 9:00 Tom Mix --in-'ROMANCE LAND' The tale of a modern Ivanhoe who lived en the Western plains. Juat as in tournaments of old. this latter day knight strove to gain the hand of his lady--and won. ADDED A Sunshine Comedy "The F've Fifteen" 10c AXD 25c MONDAY "STORM SWEPT' A s t i r r i n g epic of the bea starring the greatest character actors oa the screen. WALLACE and XOAH BEERY DON'T DO IT IT'S DANGEROUS. Never refuse an Insurance Agent an Interview. Ii.'s Dangerous! He may have a protection proposition you really need. Our customers to whom we Have paid claims never Complain because we were Urgent to make them insure. That's why we are never afraid To be persistent. We know the Service we have To sell is needed, is sound. And dependable. Please remember this when we Seem to be a bit insistent. M H. J. RICE INSURANCE AGENCY CHILLICOTHE, MO. STARKEYS Have the New KING TUT NECKTIES at $1.00 This Warm Weather Calls for a new Spring MALLORY HAT Or a New SPRING CAP S T A R K E Y Clothing Company Service -- Satisfaction The Bible Study classes of the First Christian church w i l l meet Monday afternoon at 2 : 3 0 at the following places- First ward with Mrs. McKim, 11(14 Cooper street with Mrs. Whitley leader; Second ward, Mrs. T .C. Campbell, l u O l Elm St., Mrs. Mann leader; Third ward. Mrs. Barnes W a i n u r and Martin. Mrs. Snort grass leader; Fourth ward, Mrs. Thorp. 42.0 Cherry, Miss Cranmer, leader. Phone your Personal Items to 10R H a r m o n y Camp of R X. A. met Friday evening: at the home of Mrs. W. R Strpp on Dickon^on street. Twenty responded to roll call. After business, d a i n t y refreshments were ^erved by Mrs. Stppp, assisted by ^Jehdames Young, W o o d r u f f and Da\ is. The Tuesday C l u b will meet with }Irs. Newt Reynolds May Sth at her home on Eabt Jackson street. The Monday Club will meet with Mrs. T. K. Campbell Monday, May 7th. --Advertisement-RECOMMENDS $. C. TUR. NER FOR COUNCILMAN Fonnci- Ottunma, Iowa, Mayor Indorses Work of Turner in That City. Ottumwa, Iowa, May 2, 1923. Editor Chillirothe Daily Constitution Chilhcothp. Missouri. Dear E d i t o r - I understand that my friend and one t i m e associate, S. Oarna Turner is a candidate for City C o u n c i l m a n at t h e coming election. :tnd T desire to say a few words in his behalf. I %\;ts mayor of the City of Ottumwa. Iowa, for fwo tprms (4 years)] and d u r i n g t h e occupancy of that of-! fiv I appointed Mr, Turner to membership on the \Vater Works Board, v,hich had charge of the operation of thf municipal owned water plant. During his membership on this board a great deal of important work was carried on by it. One of its most imp o r t a n t achievements being the building of a dam across the Dps Moines River at a cost of $150.000. This dam is the means of generating sufficient water power for the City to operate its water works and the city now sells power to the Ottumwa Railway and Light Company and t h i s , company is able to furnish light and j th,-. c i t y water at a m i n i m u m cost to the consumer. This accomplishment I of t h e Water Works Board is one of · the land marks in our city ownership of public utilities. While a citizen of Ottumwa, Mr. Turner was very active and prominent in many civic organizations. He was president of th"e Ottumwa Trades and Labor Assembly, an organization with more than 300 members and was elected a member of the Executive Board for the Iowa State Federa- t i o n of Labor, on which, board he served for many years. } Mr. Turner was known to me i n t i - j mately w h i l e in this city and I know' him to be a man of the highest moral' character and possesses good busi-l ness judgment As a member of the Water Works Board and other organizations I mentioned. Mr. Turner gained an enviable reputation as a business man and organizer. His 1 conduct of public matters and the business of various organizations in w h i c h he held office was always with a view to the best interest of the pub- lie and his constituents. I unhesitatingly recommend Mr. Turner to the voters of the city of Chilhcothe. I know him to be well qualified in every respect to serve the people of your city and as a member of its council. His experience in this city while a member of the Wa-| ter Works Board would be a great j asset to your city. Hoping t h a t the people of your city t h i n k of Mr. Turner as I, and t h a t you w i l l publish this letter as a disinterested persons' view of one your city's candidates, I remain Yours Very respectfully, F. H. Carter. COAL! COAL! During the month of maj (lie hi^h grade coals are the lowest. In fact, contrary to public opinion, coal ad - vances the firti of May. We have a few cars of Franklin, 111., efrp and lump booked at April prices. This coal wi i ' be on track shortly, and we are taking orders for *.ame. Price §8.73 delivered from car. 5-3 SCRUBY BROS. G. I. CO. Phone your persona] news to 105. ~^^-~-L- ' . · ' . ' i -- · ' - | Miss Leoara Cover is spending the week end in Brookfield with relatives. Mrs .Ben F. Jones left Friday night for Washington, D. C., to visit her daughter. Miss Barbara Alice Jones. George F. Woodruff will com e this evening from Kansas City to spend Sunday with his family. Miss Lois Shiflett-of Linneus was the guest of friends in tbe city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Osgood are guests of friends in the city. PftU Thomas of Chula is in the city today transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Manning of Chula are in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Austin and daughter, Miss Irene and son Ted will spend Sunday in Wheeling with their daughter, Mrs. Steve Biggerstaff and Mr. Biggerstaff. Miss Ida Whorton of Laredo was in the city Friday the guest of friends. Arch dacon Albert Watkins o£ Kansas City came today where he will hold services at the Grace Episcopal church. Dr. Young was in Dawn Friday evening on professional business. Mrs. I. O. Dye of Avalon spent Friday in the city with friends. She was accompanied home by her da,ugh ter, Miss Dora, who will spend the week end at home. Miss Georgia Walsh is confined to her home on West Clay street with a severe cold. J. A. Mahaffey and family of Kansas City will be Sunday guests of Mr. Mahaffey's mother, Mrs. M. P. Mahaffey. Miss Jean Jones, a high school student, went to Harris last night to spend the week end at home. She was accompanied by Miss Bettie Stewart, who will be a guest at the Jones home over Sunday. Little Sammy Summerville, who has been ill at his home on South Locust street, is convalescing. Miss Mildred McNeely who is ill at the Chillicothe Hospital with pneu monia, is getting along nicely. Mrs. Jasper Ireland and daughter Miss Ruth of MooresviU'e were the guests of Chillicothe relatives and friends Saturday. Mrs. Ella Stafford of. Lawson had a minor operation at the Chillicothe Hospital today. Miss Betty Brown of west of Chula had her tonsils removed at the Chillicothe Hospital this morning. Harold McKelvie of Aleadville underwent an appendicitis operation at the Chillicothe Hospital today. John Dearing who had an appendicitis operation at the New Hospieal is getting along nicely Miss Blanche Robinson has re- returned from Great Falls, Mont., where she spent the past winter with ,her sister, Mrs. Ed. Lewellyn and family. Mrs. Fred Chmcsslter and son Donald Lee of Laredo are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Peet and other relatives and friends. Dr. J. B. Robertson will leave Monday morning for Wichita, Kas , where he goes to treat a Cancer patient and to visit relatives and friends. Miss Leora Cover went to Brookfield Friday evening to spend the week end w i t h relatives. Miss Margart Cox of Hamilton is the guest of aunts, Mrs. Ireland and Miss Sarah Cox ou East Webster St. Miss Minnie-Amic of Breokenridge was a guest of friends in the city Friday. Miss Inez Brookshier has accepted a position with the Chillicothe, Furniture factory and entered upon her duties this week. Miss Carrie Holdridge who has been residing in Kansas City has accepted a position with the Sipple Clothing Company as bookkeeper. H. H. Patterson of Braymer transacted business in the city Friday. Mrs.. J. P. Jackson rtnrned today from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Chris. Griffith and Mr. Griffith in Kansas City. Mrs. J. V. Blanuy is seriously ill at her home on Cooper btreet. Lee Manning i confined to his home on McNally street with illness. Mrs. Joe Edmundson of Chula spent Friday in the city with friends. Air. and Mrs. Dave Seusencih of Wheeling -were in the city Friday visiting with Friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Huerdon of Tina ·\ere in the city Friday transacting bujinesfc and vibiting with friends. Mi -. Mary McGce of Osgood is visiting with friends in the city. Dr. and Mrs. Carlyle and children Miss Margaret and Collins of Chula v.L're guests of friends in the city DEMOCRATIC RALLY AT THE COURT ROOM Saturday, May 5, 1923 At 8 o'clock P. -M. Facts that the public should know will be discussed, voters are invited to be present. Ladies are especially ii DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE All Thompson went to Utica today to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Woodward. Gale Carter came today from Kansas City to spend Sunday with Mrs. Carter. Mrs. L. H. Wells and Air. and Mrs. Marcus Hamblin and Byrd Hamblin of Ludlow were guests of friends in the city Friday. Miss Mary Gertrude KIrtley went t oCohimbia Friday to spend the week end there with friends. Miss Kirtley accompanied Miss Frances Barneytaack who is attending the Interscholastic Press Association there. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Tevis announce the birth of a son this morning, ( w h i c h they have given the name of James Le Roy. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Tetley and l i t t l e sou BHlie have returned from Orlando, Florida after a month's va- | cation and Rev. Tetley will fill the p u l p i t Sunday. Rev. Tetley has been assisting Lincoln McConnell in a tabernacle meeting there the past month. Miss May Edwards is the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Thompson at Sturges. B. J. Mallory went to Kansas City this morning on a short business trip. Karl Minghini, who has been with Shirley's for the past year has accepted a position with Omar Dennis at the Elks hotel in Trenton. Richmond Coburn returned Friday from Columbia where he attended the University the past year. George Seay will accompany Geo. Creenhaum to Ottumwa Sunday, where he will assist in the opening of the new Bernard store. Mrs. Emma Hubbard will come this evening from Kansas City to be the week end guest of relatives. NEW YORK TO BE MECCA FOR BOOZE OFFICERS Washington, May 5.--While Wayne B. Wlieele% counsel for the anti-saloon leaguu, declared that the repeal of the New York state dry law was "the only legislative consulation prize the wets Imve won this year," Federal Prohibition Commissioner Haynes anounced liere today that there "will be no let down in prohibition enforcement in Now York state." SpfflcienL federal agents will be thrown into New York to ''take care of the situation," Haynes promised. Assistant' Commissioner Jones pointed out that even though there isno state law for New York police to uphold the eighteenth amendment, each of thtim has been sworn to uphold the federal constitution, and tho eighteenth amendment ij part of the constitution," Jones said. Let MarUn handle the city's legal affairs ami save expensive assistants. Vote for t.. A. Martin for City Attorney. MEET \OUR FRIENDS nt Men's Class Masonic Temple Sunday morning at 9:30.- GRACEtAXD WOX TRil CK JlEfcT FHOM C. B. C.. 75 TO 41. You can't beat Elmer Johnson for City Auditor. Vote for him Monday, MAYOR WILL PITCH FIRST BAJX AT THE OPENING GAME SUNDAY Manager Johnny Grider Will Send Songer in For the Chillicothe Team Against the Cameron Aggregation Mieaf dishes taste better vtith macaron IOC · package Macaroni gives added flavor, a distinctive goodness to otherwise ordinary meat dishes. Try American Beauty Macaroni with mutton or Iamb; macaroni croquettes; baked macaroni a 1'Italienne; spaghetti and meat balls. ! Palmer Milbank of Jloberly is in j the city spending y tew days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Milbank. Mrs. J R. Turner and son, E. A. Turner w i l l return tins evening from Si. Joseph. They will be accompan- led home by Mrs. Turner's sister, Mrs. J. R. Rowland, who will be the of 5 he Turner family. at allgrocers MACARONI PRODUCTS Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rodger have rented the Arthaud apartment on W. Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. 'Whiteside and tamily of Fair view township are in ( h e city today the guests of friends. -Mrs. JE. E. Hicks and little son Jack of Laredo were in the city Fri- j day the guests of friends. Mr. Hicks I who is in a government hospital in j St. Louis met them here and accom- j panied them to Laredo where he will i spent next week. j j Misses Eilene Phillips and. Lena Mayor Frank W. Ashby will pitch the first ball at the opening game of the season at South End Park Sunday afternoon. The gamp will be called promptly at 3 o'clock and if the fans intend seeing the full game they mubt he at the park at that hour. Manager Johnny Grider has selected Songer to pitch the opening game against the strong Cameron aggregation. Wise and Brittaiu will do the receiving for the home boys. The Cameron aggregation has secured the Lyle brothers of St. Joseph for the battery Sunday afternoon. The Lyles are considered one oC the strong est semi-pro batteries in the state and will no doubt put up a good exhibition of base ball' tomorrow afternoon. "South End Park looks like the Polo grounds in comparison with the way the park looked last summer." said a fan today. "And the fans will be greatly surprised when they visit the park Sunday afternoon." The management has spent considerable money in putting the grounds and grand stand in shape for the season. Motion pictures will be taken ol the players in action at the game tomorrow afternoon. Following is the lineup of the club: Nicolai, ss; Ryan, 3b; Grider, rf; Neville, 1'f; Schrader, Ib; McMain. cf; Rabuse, 2b; Wise, c; Brittain, c; Songer, p; Hale, p. JLcttcer of the Chillicothc Business College Won the Broad Jump at 2O Pect and 10 Inches. The Chitlicothe Business College and Grace!and College of Lamoni, Iowa, held their first Annual Duel Track Meet ou the Chillicothe Busness College AthJetic Field yesterday afternoon, Grace land [winning themeet by tiie score of 75 to 41. Chillicothe winning four first places out of a total of 12. Letteer of C. B. C. won the broad j u m p at 20 feet and 10 inches; also the 100 yard dash in 11 second flat. Lamoni captured first place in the shot put at 44 feet and 7 inches, wla- uing out over Lee of Chillicothe Busi ness College by one inch . First place in the pole vault was won by Anou at 9 feet and 10 inches. Auson is a new man on the track squad and the Coach expects him to go 10 feet nad 6 inches by tbe time of the state meet. C. B. C. also won three places in the Javelin, .first place gofng being won by McDaniels. Gracelaud had a well balanced team. The men were in good condition aud showed evidence of hard training. Coach Ncel is starting next week to get his men m the best of shape for the State Meet which will be held at Lexington on May 19. STRAND SUNDA MAY 6th\ N--- --Matinee 2:30 ADOWH ZUKOR PRESEXIS ELSIE FERGUSON -- IN-" O U T C A S T " -- A PARAMOUNT PICTURE-- No screen star has ever approached the tearless, appealing portrayal oC a destitute womaif s soul' that Miss Ferguson gives in "Outcast." Her most popular stage play is by far her greatest picture. Both in her rags and shimmering Paris gowns the star is magnificent. The best dressed woman on the screen in the most appealing role she has ever had. -- Added Attractions -A CHRISTIE COMEDY ; "CHOOSE YOUR WEAPONS" -- Featuring -- _^ BOBBY VERNON PATEE NEWS MR. CLYDE MARTIN -- at the-ORGAN PLATING THE PICTURES S o i o o Admission lOc and 30c e n a loaoi COAL! COAL! During the month of may tlic high grade coals are the lowest. In fact, contrary to public opinion, coal ad- Yniices tile first of May. We hare a few cars of Frunklin, HI., egg and Junip Hum Sandwiches 5c^"~ Sslrneider's Star Cafe. ~(tS Locust. Phone 193. M3-7t AVAXT to hear from ownr having farm for sale; give particulars and lowest price. John J. Black, Chippewa Falls. Wisconsin. 5-3t booked at April pi-ices. This coal will be on track shortly, and we are fck- · ing orders for same. Price $8.75 do- MKf WASTED at Men's Class-- livpred from car. I Masonic Temple Suiida^fcmorning at 3-3 SCRUBY BROS. G. I. CO. 9:30. SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER Our Sunday^cbicken dinner "Will be prepared by Mrs. Goodman. You may have your choice of Baked chicken or Stewed chicken with noodles and the trimmings including home made cake and ice cream. SCHNEIDER'S STAR CAFE 508 Locust St. Phone 193 SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Pore Lard, per Ib. 15c Grape Fruit, each 5c Hebe, small cans, 6 for 26c Ryzon Bilking Powder, 45c can. .25c Lyton's Baking Powder, 25c can 18c Seedless Raisins, per Ib --15c Large Hickory Nats, by the bn.--$1 Brazil Nuts, 2 Urn 2Sc Borden's Almond or Milk Chocolate bars, 2 for 5c Sugar, 10 Ibg. for 91.00 when purchase of ether good amount to 91 ENGLAND'S MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY PHONE 108. -St MEN WASTED at Men's Class- Masonic Temple Sunday morning at 0:30. You can't beat- Elmer Johnson for i City Auditor. Vote for him Monday MEN -WANTED at Men's Class- Masonic Temple Sunday morning at 9:3O. STETSON HAM iTEISON SHOES '.In these exacting days Phoenix leads in sales everywhere, because it is bringing to the modern and strenuous pathways of unnumbered millions of men, women, and children, unmatched miles of hosiery security-^md elegance at minimum cost. \. SIPPLE CLOTHING SHOifCO. PHOENIX HOSB MASHATT;"- NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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