The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 8, 1923 · Page 3
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 3

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Tuesday, May 8, 1923
Page 3
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DAILY CONSTITUTION, CHILLICOTHE, MO. TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1923. 3OE3OI FORD ; $17 . 09 CHEVROLET . . . . . . . : §22.00 BUICK4 t6 ?2 2.00 BUICK6 .'. $27.00 CADILLAC $56.00 « Prices on other cars or Radio Batteries quoted on request. BLAND MILLER »\ Radio and Battery Service Station 707 Locust Street Phone 345 CLASSIFIED WANTS. Two cents a word ; 0 r the first insertion and one cent a word for each additional insertion. Minimum charge for a local, twenty-five cents. FOK BJBNT FOR RENT--Two fuTrShed dowl^ stain, room, Phone 1'491-J. 5,31 For Rent--Nicely turnished rooms. 414 Vine St., Phone 764. 23-tt FOR RENT _ s room furnished apartment. Phone 14SS-J or 14S6-M 24-tf FOR RENT--Thr^Turnished rooms for light house keeping in modern home. Phone 1015 or call at 1122 W Webster. 25 . t£ I 'CORN LAND FOR RENT--60 acres (all plowed. With it house, barn and truck patches. Also have some work to be done on farm. Land located two miles from Sumner. See Broyles Land Co. 2-5t SEDAN New Price F. O, R Detroit Equipped with electric starting and lighting system, de- mountable rims, extrarim end non-skid tires all around--the Ford Sedan, at the new low price of $595, P.O. R Detroit; is the greatest motor car value ever produced--an enclosed car of comfort, convenience and beauty. Buy now. Terms. Completely Norman Moii-r Co. Phone769 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Night 921--301 Day Phone 39' --OFFICE OPPOSITE CITY HALL- FEIPAT AND SATURDAY OF EACH WEEK 720 Washington St. Phone 647 ; F. F. ive FOR RENT--An apartment. Phone FOR RENT--Small' fruit farm at edge of town. Phone 99. 4.3 FOR RENT--Furnished room Apply at 000 Locust street aZter'slx o'clock. 4 _ 3 t SA m FOR SALE--Piano 1120 Elm, Perfectly new. FOR SALE -- One Ford chasis 1317 model, A-l condition. See Mr. Mahaffey a tThe Constitution. 3c FOR SALE--Left-handed golf sticks. Phone S3. 4.3* NEW KNOWLEDGE Former Sergeant Snc-Oarnss and Ditto Private Wh.pplor iKidn't seen' each other for a cmiplu of years until they joined the same legion post. ' They gathered m a corn^i to rtai- inisce. i "Do you H t f l l dream ymir old dream \ about setting a government farmV asked Snodgnis, "Yes," replied Whippier, sacllj "But now when I dream It, I've got sense enough to know I'm asleep." Just Think About It. "W-ell, it's almost time to begin thinking about going fishing." "I didn't know you were a fisherman. I don't remember ever seelnp you on a stream.*' "I don't go fishing, but this is the time of year I like to think about It." No Need of Hurry. Georgette--Oh, look, Ludwlg, we re right under the mistletoe! Liidwg--I know It, darling, but I couldn't kiss you now because it would be taking an unfair advantage of you. There will be plenty of time for that after we are engaged. The Effect. Aunt Lucy--You shouldn't allow the men to kNs you. It's not only unladylike hut highly insanitary. Phillipa--That doesn't scare me. Every time I've heeri kissed I thiulc I never felt "belter In ray life. FOR SALE--Invalid chair. 902 N. Vine. 26-tf FOR SALE--Refrigerator; same as new. Phone 1052. 2-6 FOR SALE--Two good s e wing machines with all attachments Phone 1530-R. 5.3 FOR SALE--Labratory Model Edison, fumed oak finish, in n e w con- clition and about 65 records. Phone 6'M. 4 _ 3 t BUILDING LOT FOR SALE--Corner lot, paved on both aides, sewer ; connections already in, 4 blocks from I s q u a r p , lot 60x135. A bargain tor 1 a n y o n e '.vantiag one oC the finest 10- i cations and b u i l d i n g lots obtainable j in C i i i l l i t o t h e . It interested se e I. W. I Watk as at the Constitution office 9-tf T.M . BETTER WITHOUT "I asked her to kiss me, without avail." "You were right to stipulate that. Kissing through a veil spoils half the fun." Dazzled. Jewels move a. woman's rnlnd. So me poet said; And, U miglst be aiStleJ, They also turn her hfad. On Second Thought. He--Did you ever think of getting married? Shy Co-ed--It's ne\er entered my mini!. "I'm son-x. Don't botlier." "Jubt n minim*. You've started me tliiukmg." More and better corn But to get it you must have a Planter which j-ou know will plant the right nunrixu- of kernels in each Mil. We lurre them in stock, ready to go. The Black Hawk, I. H. C. No. 8, Hays 4 wheel The I. H. 0. No. 8 Planter is a Ratchet Drive Planter entirely free from gears. Is very simple and a positive drop. II you see this planter you will like it. The Black Hawk and Hays ar e well known and are better than e£OTe ' 3Ild WS EUarantee each plallter to 6lT« the wy test BEST SERVICE P. S.--We nave Seed Corn. G. I. CO. PHONE 19 and 3SO WANTED---Middle aged woman to care for elderly lady. Phone 763 or 1450-J. 5.2t -.-sil^D--House work in small family. Can begin immdiately. Inquire at this office. 5-3t WANTED--Colored girl or woman I lor general housu work. Phone 341. 7-2t WANTED--Young lady teacher to lill good position during vacation in our educational department; good j halary. Address 704 American Bank Building, Kansas City, Mo. lt» LOST--Tortois shell glasses m case. near Second ward school 'Call 304. 3-31 DR. F H. EMMONS KYJO, E:VR, NOSE AXD THROAT AND FITTING OF GLASSES Kuom 6-7-S Wallbrunn Bldg. Phones--OfBce. 6 0 7 ; Residence 854. Chillicothe CHAUTAUQUA Aug. 14 to 20,1923 I For Fresh Wliolo-Millc, Cream, I Butter, Buttermilk and Separated Milk. B R E E D E R S N O T I C E One Draft Horse. Two extra large Kentucky bred Jacks "which have proven to be EXTRA GOOD BREEDERS Call and see them before Breeding --At The-F. B B Cesar Barn Chillieotlie. ili Better Field. "Where dul }uu got U u t -l^l^e of fine furs?" "My lecture on the pole duiii'i go in Nv\\ 1'ork." "Well?" "So r% e been tpcturinj; on 'New York m the Arctic.' ' r .if him Good Likeness. .Tuck (showing u [jlHim^rn self on a tlonUey) -- I h;id i l i i ^ t^ilii-ii ^ hun I was nt ilie lieitrh dst svnnner. ·Do yen thlnlc U is like me? Psit -- Katlier. But who's (hat on your buck? . Why Calling Is Going Out. "Lust yenr," M-iM Lhe mmi'-U-'r, "I made 400 pnrisli caUs," "Ton ilki:" pxchumpcl a t J i u r c h member. "Yes," replied the person, "ti'id of ! that 400 I fmmil six pyi^-tms at horae j --and i!our of them were ill." ; The Infant Prodigy. VifaUor (-is; little vmlin.^t psiii^cs in home reeiial)--What's he waiting lo go on for? Fond Mother--He i£. win ring for the bus to go by. The vibration bt*lps him so much with his t-emola UNDER U. S. GOVERNMENT SUPBEV1SION Member of Federal Reserve System 1887 1923 VICTORY NOTES Series G, H. I. J, K. and L Mature May 20th. After that date these bonds earn no interest. Place your bonds with us early for collection .at maturity. Interest will be paid on proceeds left on deposit here. :iooal JDS A" STRONG SERVICEABLE BANK Aboard the Good Ship Ark. Skipper "oah -- \V1iat cre.itiire v, ivcked this st.ueroum? ilir. Monk--The karmaroo, sir. The dog wus teaching him to wag his tail. THAT'S NOT THE SAME Hubby: ' I've told you time and again that your extravagance will drive me crazy. Wifey: And you used to be EO happy w h e n you told me my beauty drove you crazy. The war has taught us that an armv is only as as its reserve force. J u s t so with rour business. Ton are only as strong as your Reserve Funds. l And in Banking it is wise to eonnei-t with an institution with Strong Resources such as this bank baa. Capital, Surplus Profits over $200,000.(X!. Total Resources over sfl.aOO.OOO.OO. Member Federal Reserve System s 5 I BUKGLAK-PROOF STEKL V A 1 i , , i N T TiMF. !;CP --! : Art Interference. "Do you take music"Xo," replied the l i t t l e #irl; "mother says my practicing interferes with the phonograph." IMBALMEBS AND *UNEEAL DIESCTOSS Day Phont --116 Kight Phones--SH-IOS? iNEWSPAFERr VSPAPERI

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