The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 27, 1916 · Page 7
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 7

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rjaji "»JJL.X COWaa'iTUXlOU FRIDAY, OCT. 27,1916. MISSOURI TIGERS PUY THE SOONER GA3U5 WILL BE PLAl'Et) AT XOR- JtAX TOM.OT8IIOW. Two dancers in "Courting in Court," the Elks big musical comedy, to be presented two nights, November 1 and 2, under the personal direction of J. A. Darnaby. RURAL CREDIT LAW HAKES MM CHEAP Former High-Interest Agencies Rush to Reduce Rates to . the Farmers. Announcement. I have contracted with, tbe International Harvester Co. 1'or tbe full line ·of McCormick line of farm niachin- ery- Any one wanting repairs for any part ol this line, including gas engines and cream-separators will.be furnisbed by me. B. H. LAKE, i Phone SIS. Chillicothe, BIGGER LOANS AT LESS COST May Borrow Half of Land Value at Less Than Five Per Cent.-Effect Already Being Felt Strongly. The effect of the new rural credit law, passed by the Democratic Administration, already is being felt in lower interest rates, although, the laud bants have not yet beeu organized. Testimony to this effect is being given at the hearings held by the Federal Farm Loan Board in various western cities. At the hearings in Nebraska, uximer- ous farmers stated that interest rates in the homesceuding section of that State already have been reclnced from one to two per cent, by the prospective competition ol the thirty to forty- 506 E. Webster Mo. itreet, Deafness Cannot Be Cured. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constit«tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin_ ing of the Eustachian Tube. Whe: this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, aad when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflamma tion' can be talcen out and this tube ·estored to its normal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine eases'Out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) tbat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu. year loans that the land banks soon i a rs, free. will be making. The average loan that au insurance company or other loan agency wonld malic on a G-iO-acre "Kinkaid" claim was $1,000. The commission deducted from this left the farmer $S50. He paid interest at from S to 10 per cent, for five years on §1,000, making his average net interest rate from 11 to 13 per cent. This now is stopped by the coming competition of the new rural credits law. Loan agents are rushing into Nebraska to make five-year loans at lower rates, to forestall the operation of t^je new law. Lodge Protecting Banks. This may account for the attack made on the Democratic -rural credit measure by Senator Lodge, at Beverly, Mass., on Sept. 23, when he stated that money could be borrowed on better terms from regular agencies than under the rural credit act. Mr. Lodge declares that this act will endanger the present National and co-operative banks and tend to break them down, according to the report of his speech in the Boston Globe. The farmers of the West, who have suffered exorbitant interest rates for years, are not worrying about the banks. Their testimony before the Farm Loan Board showed that they are enthusiastic over the new law, and ready to help put it in successful operation. Benefits to Farmers. The new farm loan ; act provides means by which farmers can form cooperative or joint stock associations and borrow from the regional Federal Farm Loan Bank on the security of their land. Ten farmers can form one of these associations. They can borrow up to 50 per cent, of the value of their land, for a period running up to forty years. The loan is repayable in small annual installments, or can be paid in full at any time. Tha estimated interest rate is 5 per cent. The farmer who borrows will share in the profits of the business, thereby reducing his interest rate to a still lower figure. The Democratic National Committee has issued from its headquarters, at No. SO Bast Iporty-second street, New York, a. pamphlet for free distribution fully explaining the rural credits law. It may be obtained from your Democratic State or County Committee. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Orio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall' Family Pills for con Uipation. / · New Furniture-Arrives. We have -just unloaded the most expensive car of furniture ever unloaded in Chillicothe, partly because oj having in this our Xmas goods. We bought early to avoid the advanc. es coming on and to be sure of se. curing the goods. So from now on any one can select their Xmas goods, have them set- aside and delivered when wanted. We invite ou to cal! and see this wonderful display of fur. niture, rugs arid linoleums. Cordially, Tbe Lee Furn Udt Co. 25-2-Wl Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S P A S T O R ! A Wood. A big corn or ury wood delivered on short notice at $4.00 per corti Jail 656. . 17-tf fciiig' Schedule Among Eastern anU Western Elevens "For Saturday. Itty U n i t e d Pri!HN.) EAS r j!. Yale vs. Washington and Jefferson at New Haven. Harvard-vs. Cornell at Cambridge. Princeton vs. Dartmouth at" Princeton. ' Army vs. Vill'i.'tnova at West Point. Navy vs. Georgia at Annapolis. Albright vs. Georgetown at Washington, D. C. Brown vs. Rutgers at Providence. Columbia vs. Williamis at New ,York. Franklin and Marshall vs. Dickinson at "Lancaster. Penn State vs. Gettysburg at State College. Rhode Island vs. Connecticut Aggies at Kingston. Springfleld Y. M. C. A. vs. Colgate at Springfield. Swarthmore vs. Ursiinus at Swarth. more. Pittsburg vs. Pennsylvania at Pittsburg. WEST. Michigan vs. Syracuse at Ann Ar. |bor. I Michigan Aggies vs. Oregon Ag- ·gics at East Landing. Indiana vs. Tufts at Indianapolis. Notre Dame vs. Wabash at South Bend. Wisconsin vs. Chicago at Madison. Minnesota vs. Iowa at Minneapolis. Northwest vs. Drake at Evanston. Purdue vs. Illinois at Lafayette. Kansas vs. Kansas Aggies at Law_ rence. Nebraska vs. Nebraska Wesleyan at Lincoln. Creighton vs, Denver at Omaha. California vs. Occidental at Berkeley. Cincinnati vs. Ivemtucky at Cincinnati. ' · ' Nevada vs. Utah Aggies at Reno. Oklahoma vs. Missouri at Norman. Wyoming vs. Colorad6 Mines at Xjaramie. (By Hamilton.) New York, Oct. 27.--Yale, Harvard and Princeton, the "big three" of, the eastern football tangle, will go into the crucial points ot their 1916 careers tomorrow. Yale is due to show its strength to the strong Washington and Jefferson team; Harvard must tackle Cornell, and Princeton 'will he willing .to call it a real day's work if, the Tigers are able tc take a fall out of Dartmouth. Inter-sectional battles of more or less importance are found on the day's calendar, with Indiana meeting Tufts, that surprising bunch oi veteran eastern warriors, in Indianapolis. It will be the second big meeting hetween eastern · and western elevens, Colgate having already lowered the colors of the Illinois huskies. Illinois is considered stronger than Indiana ,s' O Tnfts should have little trouble in downing Indiana. Tha Aregon Aggies amd Michigan Aggies will be at it in Bast Lansing at the same time Michigan is playing her battles of the year, the con. test with Syracuse. For Infants and Children. Mothers Knew That Genuine Gastoria Promotes Di»egRon£lieerFu!- ? ness andRest.Contalns neilterii Opium.Morphioe ncrMufiraU NOT NARCOTIC. Aperfect Remedy forCmsIf » tlon, Soiu- Stoiuach,DiarrLioKL Worms ,Convulsions.fevBnst-. ness andLoss OF SLEHR Thirty Years Tax Xotice. The tax books tor Chillicothe town, ship will be open for the collection of 1916 taxes on and after November 1st, 1916. Office in court house. B. F. Thorp, Twp. Colector. 25d3wl CUT THIS OUT--IT IS WORTH MOJTEV DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this dlip, enclose with 5e to Foiey Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for bronchial coughs, colds and croup, ·foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathar- ic Tablets. Specially comforting to .tout persons. Sold Everywhere. TMK OSTEOPATH Dr. T. G. Phelps Ofcoe in Otmby Bldg. d Stairway norm ol i/eeper Hiras MISSOURI 2O8: Office 14 PHONES Calls answered promptly da DR. J. M. McKIM DENTIST CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI PVOIUIHEA A SI'ECIAbTY (J04 l-H W n « l i I i l K l o n St. OlllcL- SO!) -- P W O A ' E S -- J t u H l d c u o c Classified Want Ads Tfl.lT KftiS.^ltFIOSI AWU TWO AN~. tSB H A F . r VESTS FBR UN» BAT .viloIJTIONAV, INSERTION. HIM Mt.Vl OHARGB FOR A IMC I LOST. T LOST--Saturday p. m. in busint district, large Cameo brooch. Fir er please telephone No. 750. Rewaj I.OST--Saturday evening on W' Side ol square a half moon holi; Groove Casting off the 5th wheel o ! Dray. Finder return to Vern Norn: and receive reward. 2; WANTED ^~ WANTED TO FEED FOR WINTi --Plenty of grass, good wind-n; water and good stalk .pasture. Phc ?-OF12 or see Jas-. Barnes or II Blue. \ 26_ : WANTED--A girl for general hoi work. Apply to '-Mrs. W. W. Be erton, cor. Locust and Polk Sts., phone 303. . 24 i'-'jit K.SJVX. . "; FOR RENT--As soon as vacated, t building occupied by the postt fice See F E. Riley. 2 6 _ G ; FOli RENT^Six room cottage o: block from square. Water, ligh. gas. Phone 365. o 2 5 d 4 t ' :· FOR RENT--Store room with fi sized basement at corner of El and Webster, fine location {'or grace ies or feed. Chas. H. Grace. FOR RENT--8 room modern hous Bath; full basement, furnace, pa ed street, 8 lots, garage. Rent 1 year. Address iVIarlow Bros., Chul Mo. ' 25. FOR KENT--Room for light hous keeping. 220 Clay St. Phone 784- FOR RENT--My residence, 60S Cherry St., furnished. Six roorn partly modern. Dr. Singer. 20-t FOR RENT--Storage space. Mende son Son. 10-t FOR RENT OR SALE--My new re idence at the N. W. corner of Ai and Elm streets. See me at tile bou 01- phone 2F31. W. T. Merrill. SAi,E. FOR SALE OB. RENT - a room bl galow, new, cheap if taken once. Inquire -iifrS E. Jackson, telephone 732. 28-U ..,-.. ijl-i 11KNT -- Modern burban property, 10 room bo with 5 acres of ground. For parti Iars phone 1454-J. ' 10-tf FOR SALE -- Peninsular side di cook, store in excellent couditi Will sell at half price. Mixc T HIS bank payi ESPECIAL ATTENTION to *ceommoaatiag yh:irm!i cy, west side square. TEEASTJB.ERS of fraternal orders, clubs, social organizations, etc. ^ F -OR-§ALE--1 hard coal stove, Usually such officers hold complimentary positions. They are expected to disburse certain moneys or keep them in reserve. Often the BOOKKEEPING is a BOTHER or a WORRY. Treasurers who .baak their funds with n» feel SAFE, and theii EECEIPTS are always at GOOD ORDER, FARMERS MERCHANTS Chris Boehner, Pres. J. D. Brookshier, Cashier CHTLUOOTHE. MISSOURI ?.0'0 Art Garland,' 1 soft coal st( Phone 1443-M. 819 Polk, St. 3 Many Slaughter Shoes at Howler's cill rest j-onr purse us well as your teet. ydlco Thone Residence Thonc 283 . 1339-J Dr. J. E. Callazvay SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM, DIGESTIVE ORGANS ALL CHRONIC AILMENTS and Diseases-of EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT Office Hours--8 to 11:3O a. m. 1 te 5: SO p. m. x Office: .2nd Floor Peoples Trust Co. j Building. INVESTIGATE THE MERITS CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ANALYSIS ITfLL COST YOU NOTHING. H.H.HARWOOD C H I R O P R A C T O R Lady Attendant SEISER BLDG. -- Opposite New Post Office -- Pteone 815 Chillicothe, Mo. PREPAREDNE THE QUESTION THAI IS AGITATING THE PUBLIC IS "TO BE" OB "NOT TO BE." We know that the farmers must be prepared in ord er to raise a crop. We have been preparing them for the last 28 years and are still at the old st;md waiting for ni:re. OUR PRICES, QUALITY OF GOODS and OOUBTEST OE TREATMENT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. "CASH" is our slogan. We talk it and believe in it. The merchant that sells on time to Tom, Dick and n.;irrv is compellcd'to adi to the price in order to take · ·ore of the losses. OUR LINES OF SEEDS, BUGGIES and FARM ··· AHHINERY ARE THE BEST THE MARKET CAN PRODUCE and OUB, PSI.CSS -- WELL COME IN A.ND SEE. FOR SALE--At bargain, one Stu ,baker roadster. first-claps coi tion; tully equipped. See Dr. Bl: FO"B~SALE--2" houses~and lots, blocks from square. Call at office for further intorrnation. I ST. LOUIS PIANO FACTORY h: I piano near Chillicothe. Part unable to.finish payments. Will the piano over to party who will ca.sh or terms for balance due. T^ John Jones, 1111 Olire St., St. Lc^ Mo. o25d FOR SALE---Encyclopedia Brittan 25 volumes, fine binding, good new, $ 2 0 ; 1 set McCauley's Hist of England, 5 volumes, $3; 1 vacih sweeper, Argyle, almost new, S5! green velvet Davenport-bed, $20 leather covered office or lib) chair. Telephone 246., MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 to 1 on gilt edged city property, quire Constitution. 16-tC .G.I.COMPANY MISCELLANEOUS BEFORE YOU BUY THE STANDARD COAL i JUNK CO. TELEPHONE 718 WE SELL IT FOR LESS. "WE PAY JSTOKI3 FOB .11 406 Second St., Chillicothe, FRANK B. NORMAN SAM M. JARVIS t\£S IV JO. L\yivs»7iJ.i Norman. Jarvis ^\Jj HOMK RMBALMERS and FUNERAL DIRECTORS Day Phone 417 Night Phones 153 - 569 · ·'.· ^ r i;oo[or. representing thp Troy Laundry M:-- -:· ".i!r,«-- C.."i . 'if Chicago, ·Jihii-i !n town last week visiting tin . i. i '.'· !·: n LA t; y i H v j;:lij, "This Is tot- most up-tn ' . * !;HiM;dry. dfln|r the '-"'· nearly perfect, work the', have seen in many days.'' Mr Cooper was In tbit r?i'1ry busine.-;* himself i' n hlcri:ro for u number f NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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