The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 8, 1923 · Page 4
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DAILY CONSTITUTION, CHILLICOTHE, MO TUESDAY, MAY S, 1923 THE CONSTITUTIO: CLARENCE i. VvATULXS Editor and Manager IRVBsG %V V VTKINS, ^flveras ilig Manager CHILES i b±-jO\ER Ci 7 Editor Eaterdd ai. eke kost o-^cfc at Cail- ilcotbe, Missouri, as aeccud C!CLED mai.- »er Tne Ctillicothe Constitution including the Man and Star and Chill!- cothe Democrat Owned ana pub-! dihed by-- | TEE CHLLJUCOTHE CONSTITUTION | PRIMING PUBLISHING CO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY by carrier In the City of OhilUcothe, per year J7 00 Fe r »eek 16 DAILY by mall in Livlmgiton Cou»ty, per year i 00 I B» man outslae ol Livingston j County, per year 4 6 o ' ADVERTISING RATK8 | Resolution of Respect, per line 06 ' Card ol Thanks, 10 Uriel and per line 10 Special Notices, per line ,10 Entertainments, given tor py, under 1 SO Legal Advertising at Legal rate*-Administrator's Notice M 00 Final Settlement Notice * 00 Political Advertising, per line 10 CIRCtnLATIOU A detailed sworn statement of the elrcnlatlon will be furnished at any time when requested by an advertiser Member United Pres. Association NO h \NtrI \ \ H U F \ 1 R , A\ VS M A D E IN rHL, 1JOL M ) Y R I t S I 1TH1 R But slight Ui ni^i \\ is Murtc 111 the Hill ol Rights TMOIII the Old Constitution Comi.ii tioii Notes Anotner propoball aiming al the orgaruz ition provided tint no coipor- ition oigamzanon or c o m b m i t i o n oL pe son^ t] e pui pose or \\ hie 1 ! ^ is to pro c cube a n one on ai c o u n t of re igion rice color o =ex lioula be i crrnaed to oxist in th ntatc Thib A ab reject 1 b\ a \ o t r 01 IS to 11 Another elioi . \\ i m a j e to idd to sect on 1 ot tlic bill oC r i g n t b the ·\\ords Our motto ib S tins Populi Suprema LPX Eb.,0 It \\as defeat eel by a ^ ate o£ 25 to 29 AIT OLIVE OiNE of our neighbors and it ·would not be right to tell liib name "\\as ad\isert by a friend to tike salt baths So he started putting salt an his tub e\erv morning ant 1 after d lew da\s declared to his A v i t e that the sait baths were doing him m u c h good Salt baths' she exclaimed Tvhy man you ha~ve been putting a cup of sugar out of the sugar jar in the tub eveiv morning LOUISE the stenographei says it takes A person with no ta( t to brag about his frankness H WE j o u e\er noticed that tbe pleasure lo\ei and the \vork lovei seldom aie the same person 9 SINCE all 01 the w o o d sheds in Chilhcotbe ha\e been turned into garages sve w o n d e r whcie father is going to take little bon \vhen a w itching is due Jefferson Cit-v May S --Another milestone in convention progiess was passed this week when the first le port which includes the Preamble and Articles I II and III dealing witb. Boundaries Bill o£ Rights and Distribution of Powers was sent to engrossment "\\hen returned to the contention these w i l l be pUced upon final passage Other ropoits \\ill be taken up in ordei soon to laulitate the w o i k of engiosbing forre \s finally passed upon bj the con \ ention the articles co% ei ed in the r e p o i t Eo the Committee on Bill ot Rights show but slight changes tiom the old constitution No change w h a t e v e r is made in the pieamble and boundaries In \rticle II section 4 the words the pursuit ot happiness are in seited making the language oC the section conform moie cloael to that ot the Declaration of Independence from from w h i c h the section was taken A. ne\v seciton S reterrmg to le listions corpoiationb holding proper t was adopted This is considered an improvement on the old section and place definite restiictions around these coporations as \vas repoited in last w e e k b conespondence In section 12 relating to criminal pi osecutions being by indictment or i n f o r m a t i o n the words ha\e been inserted That the indictment or in- iormation shall be suftiuent if it state in plain and concise language tbe facts constituting the alleged oC- fense The section concludes Thib section shall not be constiued to ap pi to cases arising in the land and | na-v il foices or in the militia w h e n I in actual sei\ice in time ot wai or public danger nor to pie\e.irt airest and prehminir-v examination in anj criminal cases Sectioub 20 and 21 w e i e i c v u U e n bv the commiltee and re nn^ed but Tlie people of Mt Obv ( cliurch are preparing a program for Sundaj even ing Ala/ 13th beginning at 7 30 the subject of which will be Stewardship and Tithing The first topic to be discussed will be TVhat is Steward ship and Tithing by Mrs E H Wilson Reading Paul Hubert Minmck D u t t Mrs Chris Sioteit and Miss G adys Mast Bible quotations on Stew irdship and Tithing by Fern H i r v c y Erma Tiberghem Lena Troegei Howard Wilson Eainest Ebcrlm and Tohnme Zulhg Explain the il f(erence between thi Jubt i ad L n ust Ste^ u d s h i p Prank \Vagner Give tlu Principal Explanation bet veen Stewardshn and fulling Dan Walker Reading Amv Ki ousc \\hat Profit is G a n u d bv Tubing \ l f i e d Dryden Song by Choir \s w e are putting foi th e\ er effort \ t o make this L u t t r L i iment a succ extend a cordi U invitation to one and all Mrs W P Aim nick cb.au man G u "Wilson transacted business m St Tosepli the first of th week \rnold Stephens transacted busi- ne s in Chillicotho Saturdny attei- no on Air and AIis Chi lies McCtt aiy and family ca!l L d on i elatrvps near AIoores\i!lt S u n d a y Miss R u b j Mae \ \ e i g h t m a n spent Fnda\ night w i t h A l l s A D Walker M P Kpith was i Clnlli(.otlie caller Saturdi\ AUss Elizabeth Drden \vas a guest of AIiss Eunice Aker« the latttr part of last week AJI"S Lena Ti oegt r spent Sunday w i t h AIiss Theo "\\ i l k e r Miss B l a n c h e tn 1 T\i Wilson w e r e Chopping in Ohillu othe Tuesday li i c r «) AS PPL si C H O K L OP i 4S 1 It Is O t , Said th u (lit Tliiirt Paifi ib ; tn i/id to [ ijlil tht I w o Old P u l l e r on Tntctna- tion ll ISilK S sgrr "Vi aslungton May S --A p o w e r f u l third party w i l l lie in the held in j 1924 lighting the two old parties on i intei national and othei issues Sen j Borah OL l u i h o mav be tile presidential candidate ot this new paity New lork May S -Senatoi Boiah independent republican has been named by the e\ecuti\e committee of 43 as its pi evidential candidpte Boi ih w is selected because ot his opposition to the w o i l d court and the league of nations Phon your personal news to 105 BREEDING NOTICE J F Wilhue Is standing his Per clipon Stallion and Blaolr Matnmouth fark at tbe firm this season $8 00 for I h f Stallion $10 00 for the Jack Inburmg a living colt If season Is not paid when coit is foaled It w i l l ' ·aand good for the season ' J. F. Wilhite, Owner ' Keep It On Hand There are a hundred and one surfaces about your home that need renewing with Agatite Home Beautiful Finishes. Chairs become nicked and scarred, linoleum gets dull, baseboards fade and discolor. But a coat or two of Agatite will make them all look brand new. It'' easy to keep your home looking sp.ck and span if you'll always keep a can of Agatite on hand. Theie are any number of attractive colors that will please yoa, so drop in and let us show vou. P. J. TATMAN West Side Druggist ' CONSTITUTION "WANTS" GET RESULTS tht substance ot the t w o sections was t rnoon BILL SCRLB\ that ]Ubt bt tu'-c ' is no sign \ o n a i ( pi u e uses to it/mark on lead a fist luc ginn^ to eet a n \ \ v « u v ^ J "\ ou can t O o up stream b\ d n l t i n s AIarnaL,e is the best k n o w n lem t d j lor l o \ c sickness Is, o thing ^ri^es a w o m a n more pleas m e than the '-aMiig ol n iaf\ things about her best belo\ed,enem No min 1 s ? poor to w h e n the world owes i debt nt gratitude ' To in un ol us k t o 11 t ibtes ex 1 p i n d \ \ i t h olii mtonip and thus pooi TOO LATE TO CLASSf! \ \\TFD-Girl for light hous, Phone 111S FOR S VLE -- T\\ o t i l e d -,r ird o i of Old S ^ o^ t D i t t ! Pi h d n d e i d n Otli bo i w o r k ^ ti one f ion n ol 1 I n i n e bens u i o n J u n i o r Champion boir ot di work' 1 ) 2 1 \ \ a l l Top Colon al d i m Bo\s U e v i e k i ' l c i s D u d i u \ a n d Son T T i m i l t o n "\!o unchanged trom the old c o n s t i t u t i o n \n i m p o i t nt c T n i 0 e \\ is made b\ t i e c o n t e n t i o n in b( ction -2 dealing \\uli the ii e liis c 1 accused in criminal p i o Ptutions an unend nent nn las hib a d d i t i o n to the Coi- i ter ie\i, Pro\ ided t h a i ch niges oL - v e n u e upon the i m p l i c a t i o n s of the state or d e f e n d mt nia be p i o \ i d e d lor hi la\v This extPiids the bame n^lit to the piosecution t h a t ib now ' g n e n the delenOant b\ btatute bo i t h a t a prisonei ma\ be LncJ in m- j o t l i e i c t n i n t v l i o m that in w i n c h t h e : ib coi in i t t o d On ac c o u n t ot lo i t il t a u d i t onb t h e d i f f i c u H \ m get- t i n g i ] u r \ m kes this c h i n g t desii a b l 3 in the w e u oi a i m j e i i U oi the ] ( o n \ ^ . n t i o n j Section 2S rel iting l o the i i ^ h t | oi t i n I bj ] i n \ s am ided in 1000 I was idoptcd ilumgli i n L e m n t u is · nuik to t n u i d it bj i h n^uit, the ! isc j PL 11 t t i 10 i n The n^ht ot t i n ! Iiv j u i i* h i t t n i i _ t njoM^d si iJl i c m u n imiolate but the Ui m nn\ is iiicd 111 this, seaio i sh ill not be cc-iiitruced to 11^111 conmoii l i w "\li i nd i\ris R L Dow ell ue t n \ rt u n i n g i e l i h \ e s Crom W i l a WiU ] ]ii- t x ppl in teUniy "U \ \ n D F u i n i b h e d hoiibP ment or li-,lit liou^o k e e p i n g Phone "" p irt oo nib S LSCS noi sli i'l b l e a u n c c l i This p i o T\ A N FED 1O RF \ T 01 MX ooni house Hotel Room 05 DR. C. R. KINNISOJN DEPUTY ST^Tii \F1 e K ^ A K I ^ \ (Successor to Dr S P l a e k j Calls answered promptly Office Pnone S41 Rc-idenci 1 ^ ^ Moving and Hauling Vehe J uon Truck p n e u m a t i c tir^s Plenty 01 turn i,uie pads Geo B Pi'i Phone 1.91 J a u n a a i m o u a \ e i d i c t except in ( r i n m i d l cab b nc V p i u i i o - ^ U c n to \\ me a j u i j ex cep i t c es \ \ h c i e t h e d e t o i c l - t n t l i t e r . beine: cr e t nted b\ t o i bti n d t h e i pro^e i i i i n 0 - T t t o r n t \ a - i e o t l u i t h h 3 i issen tot t h e con^t o l l i u t h f ( uise i i n l i t b ^ u b m i t t e t l 10 the u n i t hose l i n d n i g s w o i l d l i n e t h o sani^ j u i j \ P i d i c L 1'i b u as up. o u u 1 th t it m ^ h t t e p m e the IK used oi j i i j ti i I to V v h u i nl 11 e e u t i t l o d u n d e r the pits- r n t t o r i M i t n t i o n The bd-vine: in PX- pt n e M ^ts hi, ii i IK ip U 11 -,unipnt 11-,ed 111 suppm t ol Lh pi i n i t i a l \s h u h the ( ( in u i f i n iIK le jected \ ue\\ ^( t i o n to t l 1 U 01 i u n t o u is n o S L i \\ i l u i! v o i Id 1 i Model n (nc j P 30110 Let pcj , s i | efl ' u po--td on t b e E \ e i e t t e Gann i f T n p l i t sp. n t ^ u n d a j n i E t h t at Ceoi^e G ^ n n s Vrs ^\ ^ "P Mi inidv n a d famili \\ le C h i l l i i othe - v i s u o i s Fnclaj aC- ternoon Mi and M i s Chi is Sietert and d ui^lHor J u i n i t a and Ruth =11 nt Sund n i f l e r n o o n i, i h relatives near Moores\ ille MKS Rub Mi( \ \ t i K h t m a n spi nt S a t u i d i n i J c h t \iilli IUrs B i \ i n T o u f Vis. R G Ouen v. is i passenger to Ch l l j 0 t . h e Sat irtl-i-v - C t e r n o o n A i i b s N e l l i e Lucille R u n e s spent Si nil n it the A l f r d D i j d e n home Mi a n d M i b I I a n \ \ \ i l k e i t i l l e d on r e l a t n e s real Mooi s\ 1U fe^ Misb O i k l i n d M l n u t L w is bliop pmg m Chillicotlie Tuesda a f t e r - j 10011 I The Bac c ilauieatc sermon loi S u i p s t l nu'i sfl ool WT* p i e a c h ^ d at Mt O l u e C h u r c h S u n d i t u n i n g hi j P i o B P lonts ot Chillicothe Sun d i CM mng to a \ ( i 1 trge and ap p i e u a m e luduiice The church w a b b e a u t i f u h clecoiated \\itli the class colors purple mcl gold uid clibb O o w f e i -- A m e n c i t i Beaiuy iosi£ The g i i d u i t m g clabs is composed oC six m e m b e i s is Lollops Misses Ruth L( wis Gl idi s Mibt Eunice Akers R a y m o n d Wilson H u g h McClure and Joseph G r ( e n \ \ o o d The c o m m u n i t j ib s u i e h p-oud o£ w h i t our high school has atcomphslied in tbe shoit t i m e since its orginization REXALL ONE CENT S4LE FOUR DAYS ONLY. WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. MAY 9, 1O, 11, 12, T\ hat is a One Cent Sale 7 It is a sale \vhere you. buy an item at the regular price then mother i'em j u s t like il m ly be purcha t d toi Oni_ Cent Toilet Goods q in I C E bl IT XOUR XjIVC STOCK WIT % 1 S UIPSEL LIVESTOCK SHIPPERS ASSOCIATION EVERA THING GOLS TO CO DPI R, 11P I COMMISSION f O U P Y N I l ^ t *L1 U T 1IORIUS M G R , JUII'SUL MO iil2 i(ii i O c B o q m t Ramee T i l c u m , 2 foi "5le '-I Botjuet Ramee Face Powder 2 _ _ X 1 01 SI Trutlor T o i l e t \Vater 2 for SI 01 o O c Harmony Coeoanut Oil Shampoo 2 for "ill's Rexall Toilet So ip 2 foi 1« 25c P u Shampoo soap 2 lor Jbc » C )C M i d i c a t d Ski i soap 2 Cor -2(»e 50c Sj ta Rouge 2 loi " J e r )0c Sj ta Pace Po\\dei 2 foi l i e _ O E R i l e i s Peroxizone Cieam 2 Eoi 2(K .Oc Rikers D dor ( M u m ) 2 toi 2(c ·511 I l a i m o n j Lilac " \ e g e t u 2 tor __ S1 01 2 i c Ceoigia RobP T i ' c u m 2 tor 2(c "lOe liarmonv R o l l i n g M i s b j f j e 2 foi 5tt 50c Eg ptian J U n n e 2 Cor ~U 2-K D i e s d e n Fact PowcM 2 loi 2ie "lOc \ i o l e t D u l c t Face Po\\dei 2 foi 51 GOc Da/ii a Tilcum 2 Coi felc 2~c Rexall Tootll P a s t e 2 Loi 20 lOc K l e n / o Tooth Paste - i-Oi "il" u O c r e x i l l ShiMiit* Creim Stick o r Pov. clei J Coi 5 l G O t Rex ill S h a d i n g Lodou 2 toi : M Oc Rexil! Cold Cream 2 Cor Al 50c Jonteel Cold Cri nn 2 fo "SU 50( T o n U e l C o m b i n a t i o n t ream 2 for lit MO\1\Q Ol ALL, K1M5S,-- ['RIO! is AilASO ' iBIJi. 1ONG OISPAJXCt H A U U N t · TRANSFER E. L. GOODRICH PHONE 1105 R ! 1 UHJU \ ia u a t n tt le i i tl c o i n V Y I N I N G S \ t 1 oi e u h i n t ^ in w l u l i t h e , U{ o n K i s foi A\\n» i^s ml 0 1 ^ 1 1 / 1 1 0 e x i t e d L c o T u k i f list joi c n cm-tin^ at L d's Tin Shop u' the me i b f i ) i o n ^ IM n t»u h j u B Coon Phone 57G D f h Candy SI 00 Chocolates D u t c h D c h g h t b 1 111 [ Or SLOt lOc Liggett s Milk Chocolateb 2 for -- 11 'Sc Mints 2 foi ' 'jc Liggett s Gum 2 foi 5c Pure Food Products Oc 0'ieko Cottoo 2 Ib for Tic 30 Opeko T e i 2 pkgs 101 -_ ~1t 16c riiocolile Puddiiis 2 loi _ - t« l O i I m p o i t i d O l n c O i l ' loi -- '"' TO 1 anil! i E \ l n r I 2 foi 10( I t m o n L \ t i id 2 Loi 5 i 2 ) C B i k m c ; C l i o c o l i t e 2 1 i -- -l» 2 jc P o u f l c r r d C o c o i 2 loi - 2K 3 c O i u i ^ e M u m i - l u U - loi 2c, Spill", ill Kmdb - ini -i -v A. f n r t l ci use ol 11\ imbl I l a p h e i u i l l s 1 u h v, i li 1 oi seine lie it 3 nn \ ot t i c T C I on e \ t e t ci im is° i ] e i t o c e n m o i i ^ s w i t h i T T j (loot This \\ is ol ( in sc i n d a* the K u Klux T v' i i \ \ n i e h v I s " J i o u n c e 1 on t n 0 flooi b\ the me ioei mt o hieing t u o propo^i! as un ·\.moi u a n t h o u g h prou--.in^ to bn i 100 peifiu V^iei i i n oic ini?" t i n n This -\\a-~ d e i t tied \ \ u h o u t de b t ht, i i j o i i \ oi f i ise \ t n i i i t it Mip o e il\ b 1 1 o p p o d | to i s i . is t n t u n 1 qiu tio ! b 1 \ i i Have you tried a Constitution "Want Al' They 11 make .you mone'v Want A d ' They 11 make you raouey 15 is\ K e ^uI^^l Club Lne^rock Ship ing Issocuition. Farm Club members we can earn a mtronage dividend for you at all niarkpta Shipp ng rates 6c per him arpd including sinking f u n d W A \ustin Phone 61345 1 2 al m un Sind\\ idles. 3c Sclincult L'*. C ft jOS T o n-t Pho e 503 M3-71 Stationery $1 Smplion\ La^ n fancv borders in blue pink and gold extra fine val ue 2 for SI 01 7~c Leclane deckle edge 2 for 76c 40c Cascade Pound Paper 2 for -Me 35r bundle Cascade en\( lopes 2 for ?6c 'lOc Pontex paper 2 for lit lOc Tablets rul^d or plain 2 for He lOc emelopes 2 for lie Sundries !0c T(lc S c Tooth Brushes 2 for 75c Hau Biu^heb 2 for lOfc GoodCorm Hair N T ets =nglc incsh 2 for l i e I T C Goodfoim Haji Xets doubie me-h 2 foi HK l"jc T o n t G t l Ponder Putf 2 for Idc ^2 Q u a i t Therr os Bottles 2 for -- S2 01 Rexall Medicines $1 Puret^t -Mineral Oil 2 for SI 01 "lOc Effei-^escent Pnos Soda 2 for -- 51^ "iOc Rexall D\spepsia Tablets 2 for -- Tic 1:1 Ro^-all N nt\-Thiee Hair Tonic 2 foi SI 01 50c Analgesic Balm 2 foi ~lc 2 DC Carbolic SiUe 2 foi 2fir 25c Charcoal Tab'ets 2 for 2«c 25e Foot P o n d e r 2 for 2fic r »0c KidnpA Pil! 1 * 2 for "*- 25c Little Ln er Pi'is 2 for 28e §.1 Saisapmlla Tonic 2 for $101 ?1 SAT Hjpophosph *es 2 tor $101 ·c Milk of Magnesia 2 for olc 50c Blauds lion Tablets -_-2 for 51c Rubber Goods 7"5c \ i c t o n x Ladies Comb 2 foi "6c lOc Pocket Comb 2 for 41c 'ic jSippks 2 101 ftc 2"c R u n b o w Plav Balls. 2 for 25c $2 v l a x i m u m 3lot T» ater Bo tie 2 fo $2 ft] s2 Max m am Fount Swinge 2 Cor ^2 01 Customer-, ma% take one \\atei Bot J c aud one Countain =%Tinse (m* e d of t w o of same krx 1 iC he elects) Theie a i e maiij items it 131! B i u i n i b not h-tod hero membei this, sale lasts onlj toui da\s md is a Cibh Sale Cheek this list ond bring u \\uli : ou CLARK'S PHARMACY The Rexall Drug Store Chillicothe Missouri NFWSPAPFK!

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