The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 27, 1916 · Page 3
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 3

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giox.i4ooxBji DAILY co»rrmrrfoi» FRIDAY, OCT. 27, me. BAKER CHARGES KlUAtftP. PLOT Hiir BillieBurfce In second episode of the photoplay "Gloria's Romance" at the Maj estic Theatre tonight. WHEELING. Mrs. Minnie Howe left Tuesday for Denver, to visit friends and i elatives Rev. H S Mitchell of Laredo vis. 3ted his family Friday and Saturday Rev. Boone of Meadville filled his pulpit both morning and evening in the Methodist church Sunday J. L Castle and wile visited at Harrisonville Thursday and Friday A large crowd attended the Democratic speaking Saturday. E. C. Orr and H. L Gilbert ot Crullicothe visited in our town Sat iirdaj On Friday night the members ot the Sunday school class which has I been taught by J. II. Robinson for the past seven jeais, with their wives came to their home and spent n pleasant tune with them and wished them God speed in their new home 111 Chillicothe Mr. and Mrs J. H Robinson both have been good Sun. day school aa'd church workers. The evening was spent in music and conversation and a general good time Light refreshments were served Friday nig-nt Myrtle Higgins w a s given a, surprise by her school mates who reminded Tier ot her birthday Tho young people all had a pleasant time Music and games was the program ot tho evening. Myrtle's father made her a present of n, fine Kroeger piano fiO JIORJ5 MACKACUE FOR HER. Mrs. J M. Gaskill, Etna Green, Ind., writes; "I suffered from severe backaojies and sharp pains. I could not ttoop over Foley Kidney Pills gave me such relief that I cannot praise them too highly." This standard remedy for kidney trouble and bladder ailments can be taken with .bsolute safety. Sold ev'eiywhere. .Tnst received a fresli line of the famous Douglass chocolates, at Saner'. Book Store. See the ^imlow. Si:C!tr,TAKY SAVS VTir,SO:VS EX. H.MUy 1L,AX ATTAOIC I'A" BANDITS. Kas, JJ\i(Ience, the Cj'imot Man As. seres, That Belure Election ji Per- shuig's Column is to Be tn. folvea in a Buttle. Washington, Oct 27 -- Charge? that administration enemies plan attack by Villa on General Pershmg's column or upon. =ome border town bo- lore election, were made today by Secretory ot War Baker. Baker declared that "enemies o[ the administration's policy toward Mexico, in co-opeiallon. with Villa or other bandits m Mexico, hare arranged a spectacular attack, to be made either upon *,ome part of the A m c - ican lorce or on some American com niunity on the bolder between now and tho day at tlie election, tor the pin pose of turning the tide of sentiment against the policy winch the adirnnj stratum has adopted for the protection ot 1he border "The "\Var Department has received definite information, cionfirrned from other sources, to this elloct," Baker s statement said State ot Ohio, City ot Toledo, Lucas County, ss ' Frank J Cheney makes oath t h a t ] he is the senior partner of the firm 01 F J. Cheney Co , doing business m the city ot Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that saic} firm will pay the sum ot ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for earh and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE FRANK J. CHENEY. Sw-orn to be/ore me and subscribed in-rny presence, this Gth day oft December, A. D. 1SS6. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's CataYrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surtaces of the system Send Cor testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation Wood For Sale. Slab wood $1 per load; block wood J2 per load. This Is price at mill. Chillicothe Gunstock Mfg. Co: Phone 688. 21-tt T A. TJ^,«.vr^,^*,r Items of Special Interest Right Basement Bargains NOW at the New York store. COTTON BLANKETS-- size 64x76--weight 2 1-2 Ib, in white, grey or tan extra valae at Sl.OO P er P alr SPECIAL- REMNANT CALICO in lengths of one yard and un- elor--suitable lor quidt pieces, aprons, childiens waists, etc-- 1O yard Bundles for 255 OUTING FLANNELS-- Heavy Velvet Fleeced Outins in 1 to 10 }d. lengths--10i yd Fine Quality Plaid or Stripe Outings--10 to 20 yd lengths S l-3? Light weight Outing for com. f 011 linings 6C " drd SPECIAL--REMNANTS WOOL DSES3 GOODS-- i-erg-es, poplins, mohairs, batiste~, Ottomans, gabardines, suit- itgs, etc Mill end aCLiirnula- tions f i c m J/, yaid up to threa and tour yards !UfCrT \T ABOUT HAW riEGUl.AT'. V4J/UB CRYSTAL WHITE and WF~TF, SNAHSLWAUE --Teakettles--14 at Dish Pans Berlin Kett!c=, Preserving Kettle, etc--very «pec'al value at 5Pe eacli. Swift's Pride White LACTTD5Y SOAP-3 Cakes for DRAPERY REMNANTS --Shoit lengths trom the main floor drapery stocks at a saving of 1/f, to I/,. Beautiful patterns and fine quality fabrics. WIZARD TRIANGLE FLOOR MOP-complete with handles. While they last 25«£ each Large bottle Cedar Palish-- 25c size Cotton Flannel or MITTENS-3 pair for GLOVES PAINTS, VARNISH STAINS, ENAMELS-small cans of good quality paints, suitable lor the iol,nubh- ing and retouching jobs aiound the home. 1O a can TOILET PAPER Bob White -- l.irgo rolls 3 tor Bob White -- medium rolls 6 for FANCY DINNSRWARE --Dutch windmill pattern, done in delft blue--plates, cups and saucers, platters, bowls, etc. and 15 C each Sale of FLOWERING BULBS- THURSDAY, OCT. 26th SINGLE EARLY TULIPS 5 for 5$ DOUBLE EARLY TULIPS 5 f or 5^ DARWIN EARLY TULIPS 3 f or 5£ YELLOW NARCISSUS 5 f or 5c CROCUS, Assorted 5 for 5i HYACINTHS, all colors 5?Each; 3 for l R E M E M B E R T H E D A T E SPECIAL- REMNANT PERCALES in lengths ot 1 yard and undoi --useful in. every home where there are children. 10 and !: 1-2 c qualities-C I'ABD UUXDJyES for CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS-"Oneita Mills" quality, heavy plush back cotton suits, grey, carefully made and sized-4 to 10 years @ 43^ suit 12 to 14 ears @ 59^ suit CHILDS UNION SUIT-bleached cotton, fleeced back, 2 to 10 year sizes, 25 ^h- 0 suit Child's Separate \ r ests and Drawers, bleached fleeced cotton--25 each Good Quality Envelopes-regular 5c value-2 packages for 5 HORTH MISSOURI'S GREATEST STORE. MEN'S UNION SUITS-- lietivy fleeced back, gray, well made thiougliout, very special at 9S Suit Seperate Vest and Pants it P er garment MEN'S SWEATER COATS-Oxford color, heavy weight with roh collar and 2 pockets, reiu- toTced seams -- T5^ each MEN'S WORK SHIRTS blue Chambrtiy, every seam firmly sewn -- every garment cut light and made right -' while they last -- 40£ each CHILDREN'S BLACK SATEEN BLOOMERS-Each. SPECIAL--GENUINE TEAZELDOWN OUTING PETTICOATS-in pl'am pink, blue or cream color--gathered ruffle, well made 48c^ Each Lighter weight, made from Fane Outings--JESif 4 each 100 BUNDLES OF WALLPAPER-odds and ends 01' oui legular stoclts--Put up ivith 8 to 12 bolts in a bundle-Clearing at 25i por bundle Pure Blood means Perfect Health S 'fi^ ^fe M · 0« TRADE ^fe ^fc, *«^ MARK Will Make Your Blood Pure t§Sa LTfeo Swift Specific Co. -.--^J^^' ' ~ "' ~i^ "***i5 Public Sale Having: rented my farm I \MlL sell at Public Auction, on what is known as the McCarthy, Farm, 3 miles northwest o fChilicothe, on the Sprmghill P.oad, on Monday, Oct. 50iK, '16 13--1IJSAD OF HORSES AXD MUMSS--12 1 Black Mare, 7 jcars old, wt. 1150; 2 black 4 year old Filleys, wt. 1200; 1 Black Hare, 8 years old, wt. 1400 Ibs., 1 gray Driving Horse, 9 y cvus old, wt. 1200; 1 Black Mare, 6 years old; 1 gray Filley, 2 yrs old* 1 Black Horse Mule, 5 years old, wt. 1 3 0 0 ; j. two-year-old Mare Mule;. 2 Yeailing: Mule Colts, 1 mare and 1 horse. These horses and mules are all good ones. ' . 18--HEAD OF CATTLE--18 1 red cow, 9 years old; 1 red cow, 4 years old; 3 red white-faced cows, 4 years o l d ; 1 red white face cow, 6 years old; 1 black spotted cow, 4 years old; 2 roan cows, 4 years old; 1 spotted .cow, 4 years old; 1 black bull, 4 years old These cows are all good milkers and are all giv. ling milk, and will be fresh between now and the first of March. 7 black spring calves. 1 34 FTEAD OF HOGS--34 4 sows, one with 0 pigs; 30 5hoat=, weighing from 90 to 140 Ibs. IMPLTE.MT3XTS AXD HARNESS. 2 low wagons; 2 buggies, one good as new; 2 sets ot harness; 1 get of single harness; 1 sulkey riding plow, 14.in., good as new; 3 breaking plows; 2 riding cultivators; 1 walking cultivator; John Deere riding lister, good as new; 1 walking later; corn, planter, with SO rods ot wire; Johnson binder; McCormick mower; disc harrow; stalk cutter, good as new; iron roller; lull set of blacksmith tools; 1 drag raJce; Fairbanks Scales, weighs 800 Ibs ; 2o_gallon. iron kettle; corn sheller; single shovel plow; potato digger; smoothing harrow. HAY AXD GRAIN. 100 bu new corn; 100 bu. oats;20 tons of timothy and clover hay in stack; 2 tons of oat straw, baled; 150 shocks of corn fodder with corn on. HOUSEHOLD AXD KITCWBN'FCTRXITURE. libedroom set; 1 wardrobe; 5 rocking chairs; 1 safe; 6-ft. table; new Majestic range; new Globe heating stove; carpets; flour chest; couch.- ·f bedsteads; 3 mattresses; 3 sets bedsprings; Singer sewingr machine; and other things too numerous' to mention. LUNCH SERVED ON GROUND. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 10 A. M. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. A. W. CIES, Auctioneer. VERNON PIPER, Clerk Darv McCarthy, Owner To a ("renter degree thf.ii you foivo eve;- beforqcxpcriciiced will the daily brushing of your teeth become _a asure if you use this truly ious and refreshing: antiseptic 'rice. It will give you a ncvr i n - cf the word "quality"' to tooth paste both as its clenneir 1 ^ and wh:te"i- crties and t£e d RICE ALLEN Proprietors "The San-Tox Drug Store" Phone 552 708 Washington St. H HOGAN WILL BE IN CEJI.L1COTHE ALL THIS WEEK, NEXT WEEK AND EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAS TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE FOR A TAILOR-MADE SUIT. Not an ordered suit, made irt a factory the same as ready-made, and called Tailor-made, but a Tailor- Made One that is made in Chillicoljhe. Fit, cloth and everything'sbout it guaranteed to giv$ satisfaction. It will cost you BO more to have your suit made in Chillicothe tlis-n it -vill to send to some Chicas'o house and got a factory -made suit. SEJS H B. SOGAN AND GET HIS 8TOUS ·{* -y ct os. fo .5 JTJ. NEWSPAPER! D W R Simpson Practice Devoted to General Medicine ?5 Tears Experience In Disease of the EYE, EAR and GLASS FITTING CaDs Answered Day and tiight TEMTPHONE 35 Office * Residence--416 E. Webster CHELLICOTHB. MO. _.». N E W S F A P E R f l R C H

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