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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Saturday, October 28, 1916
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f The Constitution including the Chillicothe Constitution, The Mail and Star and Chillicothe Democrat. Owned and published by J A M E S E . W A T K I N S. Entered at the Postoflice at C h i U I c o t h e Missouri, as second-eiass matter. THi OHILLICOTHI DAILY CONSTITUTION SATURDAY, OCT. 28,1916. TERMS 01' St'BSCKIT'TlON. DAILY by Carrier In the City of Chillicothe, per year SP5.00 OAXLt'Y by M a i l , Postage paid in -Livingston C o u n t y , ijer y ^ a r S3 00 DAILY by, Postage paid o u t s i d e of L i v i n g s t o n County. per year 55.00 ^E-CiKLY. postage paid, per year $1.00 C I l t C U I . A T I O V . A d e t a i l e d sworn s t a t e m e n t of circu- -ation will le f u r n i s h e d at any time w h e n requested by an advertiser. THE OFFICIAL XEWSPAPEK OF UVIXGSTOX COUNTY NEWSPAPER OF TH3P, CITY OF CHILliTCOTHE --. ^ __^ DEMOCRATIC X A T I O X A L TICKET. -"or P r e s i d e n t -- 'WOODP.OW "WILSON ^nr Vice-President-THOMAS R. MARSHALL riRMOCKATIC STATI3 TICKK^ · or Senator-JAMES A. REED "or Governor-, FREDERICK D. GARDNER **or Lieutena..t G o v e r n o r -"WALLACE C1COSSLEY ^r Secretary of State-JOHN L. SULLIVAN v.r State Auditor--. JOHN P. GORDON ·'or State Treasurer-GEORGE H. MIDDLEKAMP ·'"or A t t o r n e y Genera! -FRANK W. MciKRISTER ^or Jud^e Supreme Court. Division Jo. l_ A. M. Tt'OODSON ·'or Judge S u p r e m e Court. Division FRED L. WILLIAMS ·"or Judfce Kansas City C o u r t of Appeal ETVING C. BLAND ··r Consrressman-- W. W. R1JCKER. / ^or Judgre of 3 6 t h J u d i c i a l Circuit-JOHN C. LEOPARD DEJIOCIIAIIC COOXTY TICKET. for Representative-H. W. KISSICK. 5-or Sheriff-JAMES J. BROWN ?*or Treasurer-G. A. McBRIDE For P r o s e r u t i r ^ A t t o r n e y -FRANK W. ASHB1' For Juclg-e C o u n t y C o u r t . Eastern Dlst.-- JOHN 'W. ALBXANT/BR For Judj^e C o u n t v C o u r t , "^Vestern Dlst. WILLIAM MCCARTHY For P u b l i c A d m i n i s t r a t o r -- JA.MES G. LITTRELL For Coroner-DR. W. M. GIRDNER For Surveyor-JO BROADDI7S. plain-spoken and unterrified declaration oE the president that the S-hour day has "the sanction of society," must be a p p a r e n t to all who labor for wages. In identifying the democratic party w i t h ihis m o v e m e n t , Mr. "Wilson p e r f o r m e d a genuine feast of constructive, progressive leadership. Th= cause of 100 per cent progresslvism has been promoted in this c o u n t r y by the democratic president. Republicans like Mr. Hughes, Jlr Taft, Mr. Root, Nicholas M u r r a y Butler. Mr. Lodge, Mr. Depcw, Mr Weeks--there is no end of these conservative republican leaders--arc u n m i s t a k a b l y given their party a tory ·ast by their attitude. These men misinterpret naturally e n o u g h the action of congress on the Adamson lavr because they are so t h i c k l y crusted -with conservatism, but are they, following 'Mr. Hughes' leadership, to d o m i n a t e all republican t h i n k i n g and all republican sympathies on the auestion? The liberal, the progressive a t t i t i - ' tttde, is that of Mr. Ford, the great manufacturer and employer of an army of -workmen; and the liberal and progressive leadership is that of Mr. Wilson, who is today the only great progressive left in. American politics,--Springfield Republican. Are You Prepared for Baby's Arrival? Ton are if "Mother's Friend" lias been given a place in your koine. Tlae dread and agony of childbirth, can be eliminated to the greatest extent by this wonderful assistant to nature. Drug- frists every·\vhere sell ''Mother's Friend.'* Most disfiguring- skin eruption, scrofula .pimples, rasnes, etc., are due t o . i m p u r e blood. Burdock Blood Bit ters as a cleansing blood tonic, 1 well recomemnded. §1 at all stores. MAJQNG TOOLS OP CXVB AVOMES. Monroe County Appeal. A bunch, of Kansas City women '"wives of - Republican politicians, are undertaking: to use the womens' clubs of Missouri as political tools during the closing' days of the campaign. By recitals of imaginary ills at the penitentiary they seek to induce clubs tc pass resolutions condemning the Democratic state administration. None of them can furnish facts to substantiate their charges. Conditions in the penitentiary, "where the men are better clothed, better fed, and more humanely treated and better housed than ever before, r e f u t e their silly charges. The tendency of the whole agitation has been to make the convicts believe the people of Missouri are indignant becaxise they are de. prived of feather beds and fried chicken, which, tends to create ir subordination and made discipline more difficult. The Appeal publisher this item in order that no Paris Club may be used by the politicians who are behind this prison agitation. 11 there is a club woman in Paris who wants to investigate the prison the Appeal editor will arrange Cor her to visit every building and talk with an convict she may care to interview. ! she does not come back convinced tha the management merits praise stead of criticism we will pay all he expenses and publish her report. Ha\ ing been at the institution hundred of times in the last three years th Appeal editor knows he i-s safe i making this offer to any clubwoman who is open to conviction. Vote. Yes on Amendment Xo. :?. All those favoring p-xohibition shoukl not overlook Amendment No 3, which is the constitutional prohibition ' a m e n d m e n t to be voted on. Ii will be f o u n d on your ballot when you go to vote, and don't forget to vote Yes. Anyone desiring to *my good, dry tpland wood, 54.00 per cord, phone 494 or 18F15. , e-m-w. SUKD S 'J:IrES TO COI/I/ECT U f U l R RUUn "Why w a i t t h r e e dnys, i C an m a k e it in one hour 1 .' W h v pay t \ v u p r o f i t s , -when you can buy f r o m the f a c t o r y ? F X A H T filiPI I P f i T F Send t l l e looker! glass, LAM L I U U r U U A i C i - u a r a n t L - e rui exact ' l u p l k - n L o w i t h o u t y o u r presf r i p Lion, Frames repaired also. ONE MILLION KINDS J a m r )re ' lrired to U i l U i V U L L f u n {V.tiUG - r j m j. o v e r one m i l l i o n k i n d s of lenses f r o m the r o u y h ^lass. Come and see.*' M i l l O R R F 8 S Pack a11 1] ^° iT'ofccn p n r t s M A I L u n u n n o in a stroni .. bux- l rt . tm . n y lass os s n m e ckiy by pfux-el post C. O. D. lowest possible t'hnrses. e. w. PALM S P E C I A L I S T I N O P T O M E T R Y 813 Webster St., C h i l l l c o t h e , Mo. Phones: ' O'fir.p. 90S. Residence. 14501V Closed Every Tuesday i*r. S. Black DEPTJTT STATE ViC'XUHlEVAJKLaJ 1 Private Calls ±romptly answers, Office 841--PHONES--Residence 71* No-w is tr ti-me to lay in your coa] 'or winter. Before buying, see E. H. -ake, u r i ione SIS. 17-tf Itching piles provoke p r o f a n i t y but profanity vron't remove them. Doan' Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store. Just received a fresh line of the famous Doug-lass chocolates at Saner'; Boole Store. Sec the window. T-TIOGIVESSIVE LEADERSHIP. _ In announcing an eight-hour da, for the employes of a' shipbuilding, company at Portland, Oregron, the ^president ot" the concern, who diS' claims allegiance to any politica party, credits Mr. Wilson with having furnished the inspiration for the voluntary action of the corporation This change, he says, "was brougiu about by President Wilson's action in the railroad case." That the hour movement in general industry has received a decided and perceptible impetus from Mr. Wilson's indorse- ment of the principle involved ha? "been evident during the last f o u i weeks. There have recently been other notable cases, as in the clothing trades o£ Chicago, of the unsolicited concession of the S-hour day by employers. Henry Ford, who has been an enthusiastic believer in the workday of. shorter hours on account of the excellent results observed in hi automobile factories, declares that Mr. Wilson never does another thin for the workers "he will always have the honor of having begun a movement that may revolutionize working conditions" for the better. However, the settlement or the railroad strike by congress ' may be criticized by the more conservative- minded, nothing: could be surer than President Wilson's f u t u r e rank as one of the great progressives of his time by reason of his powerful stroke in support of the S_hour movement ii industry. The effect will be lasting and inoalcuable. That the wage earn, ers in innumerable occupations -wii: the sooner be advantaged by shorter hours, \vith something more to live for aside from toil, because of the! State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney £ Co^ doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SS6. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. )ilico Flioiio Residence 1'hone 233 1339-J Dr. J. E. Callazvay SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TREATMENT OP DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM, DIGESTIVE ORGANS ALL CHSONIC AILMENTS and Diseases of EYS, EAE NOSE AND THROAT Office Horn's--8 o 11 :.'JO a. m. 1 to S:3O p. m . Office: .2nd Floor Peoples Trust Co. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 28.--The Democratic state committee today receiv ed from Sodalia certified copies 01 Pettis c o u n t y records showing t h a t former Judge Henry Lamm, r e p u b l l . can candidate for governoi 1 , has boea sued eig:ht times for n o n - p a y m e n t 01 taxes. The Democratic organization sent for the Pettis county records only at- ter the Republican state c o m m i t t e e I had flooded the state with circulars containing an affidavit of Frederick D. Gardner, D e m o c r a t i c candidate for governor, made at the t i m e - h e signed the bonds for indicted SL Louis i r o n workers that he owned personal prop, erty worth $ 1 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . and copies oi 1 his personal, tax r e t u r n s . The coin, mittee is using this to make it ap. pear that Gardner has [ailed t o pay taxes on all his personal property. Gardner's supporters in St. Louis went 10 Lamm's supporters and tried to induce them not to resort to sucli campaign tactics. The Republicans refused. The records received from Pettis county today show that suits were filed against Judge Lamm March 21, I S 0 3 by Sedalia, for taxes for 1S90 J and 1S91, a m o u n t i n g to $ 7 2 . 5 0 . and that j u d g m e n t was obtained May 30, 1896. Other s u i t s against Judge Lamm as shown by the records were: Feb. 27, 1S95, by M. Doherly, collector of Pettis county, for taxes lor 1S03, f o r $ 6 2 . 4 0 . J u d g m e n t r e n d e r ed May 30, 1S96. Aug. 17, 1S97, by Sedalia., for city la.xos for 1S93 Mid 1805 for ?39.SO Dismissed June 3, 1911. April 4, 1 S O D , by Pettis county,.for state and county taxes for 1835, 1S9G and 1S97, for $217.7-!. Judgment rendered Dec. 2-1. 1000. March 21, 1904, by Pettis county Cor state and county taxes for I S O 9 , -1900, 1001 and 1902, for $ 2 . 3 0 . Dis-I missed Sept. 27, 1.007. Dec. 10, 1914, by Sedalia for city taxes for 1 9 0 9 , 1910, 1911 and 1912, for $140. Settled and dismissed Jan. 1G, 1915. Suit by John L. Sullivan, collector of Pettis county, for state and county taxes for 1005 a n d * 1 9 0 G , for $30.85. Judge Lamm's personal tax return for 1916 for $816, and this was raised to $ 3 , 2 7 0 by the Pettis county T3oard of Equalization. 11.CO.iIOr, 3 PEK AVegelaWcPreparaltanForAs siniilaiingiiieFootJant/Requli, (11115 L'w Siomaclis ancU3owe'!sol Promotes Digestion,Cheerful- ?j ness and Rcst.Comaltts nciiter 1 Qpuuu.Moi:plun£ nor Mimal 'I NOT NARC OTIC. For Infants and Children. Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears jStx.Stt»rn -jt«4-'l/cSalfs~ KXJfi,'«« *· · ,cUlcSal(s~ I '"wfm'ai*- \ JlbnaSsni-' I CliridSwjnr · ; nft:ill!tf!il J'llmK * Apcrfect Remedy forCpnsflps- 1 ion, Soiu- Stomach.DlaiTtaa Worras,Convulsions.Fevms[i-j ness andLossOFSlEEP. Classified Want Ads -ILVK OKMXS rai« 1.1HB FOR TX* tf-iKs-r IASAIHDOS A j» D TWO AJIE O.NJS; *.*..«· ..-E.V1-S PliR LIHM utoS ."»xi»i'J'i01VAu ISSKRTION. MINI. ^ u * I LOST. LOST--Saturday p. m. in business district, large Cameo brooch. Finder please telephone No. 750. Reward. WANTED TO FEED FOR WINTER --Plenty of grass, good wind-mill water and good stalk pasture. Phone S-OF12 or sec Jas. Barnes or Mrs. ^_ '_ 2 6_ti WANTED--A_ girl for general house work. Apply to '.Mrs. W. W. Edgerton, cor. Locust and Poik Sts., or phone 303. 2 4-tf Over Thirti Years Kxact Copy of Wrapper, -.Modern furnished rooms close in. Phono 435. 27-3t FOR Kli-NT--As soou as vacated, the ^building occupied by the postof- flce See F E. Riley. 2G.6 FOE. RENT--Sis~room cottage one block »froni square. Water, liguts : gas. Phone 365. o25d4t FOR 11ENT--Store room with fuH sized basement at corner of Elm and Webster, fine location for grocer. ) ies or feed. Chas. H. Grace. Wood For Sale. Slab wood $1 per load; folock wood $2 per load. This Is price at mill. Chmicottie Gunetock Mfg. Co. Phone 688. 82-tf C h i l d r e n Cry f O R FLETCHER'S C A S T O R I A YOUR FRIENDS CAN BUY ANYHING YOU CAP GIVE THEM-- EXCEPT YOUE PHOTOGRAPH Wat ton Studio NORTH SIDE SQU. Over Sipplc'a. FOR QUALITY SERVICE SEND US YOUR KODAK WORK. DR. J. M. McKIM DENTIST CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI r V O K i l l l E A A S P E C I A L T Y (!()·! 1-^ WiiKMnn-to Olliee S0! PjroNJiy-- I INVESTIGATE THE --OP SJEEITS CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ' COST ANALYSIS WILL YOU NOTHING. H. H. HARWOOD C H I R O P R A C T O R Lady Attendant SEISBR BLDG. --Opposite New Post OfSce-- Phone 315 Chillicothe, Mo. Deafness Cannot Be Cured. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Ian- 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 I tion can he taken out and this tube ·estored to its normal condition, hear j ing will be destroyed forever; nine i cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh j which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars tor any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- larf, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Orlo. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall' Family Pills for con 'tipation. ' .FOR RENT--8 room modern house. Bath; full basement, furnace, paved street, S lots, garage. Rent by year. Address Marlow Bros., Chula, M°- , FOR. RENT--Room for light house. keeping. 220 Clay St. Phone 784-J. i'OR RENT--My residence, 608 S. Cherry St., furnished. Six rooms, partly modern. Dr. Singer. 20-tf FOR RENT--Storage space. Hender. sou Son. 10_tf FOK REXT OR SALE--jjy new res- ideuce at the N. W. corner of Ann and Elm streets. See me at the house or phone 2F31. -W. T..,Merri-ll. *'OK SALE. FOR SALE OR RENT--5 room bunl galow, new, cheap i f - t a k e n at once. Inquire 43-3 E. Jackson, or telephone 732. 28-tf -nj.K OH RENT--Modern suburban proparty, 10 room houa« | with 5 acres of ground. For particu. I lars phone 1454-J. 10-tf ! E'OR~SALE--Peninsular side draft I cook store in excellent condition. Will sell at half price. Mixon's Pharmacy, west side square. "27_tf 13 bank payi ESPECIAL ATTENTION to accommodating TKEASTT3.EE.S of fraternal orders, clubs, social organizations, eta. Usually such officers hold complimentary positions. They are expected to disburse certain moneys or keep them in reserve. Often ths BOOKKEEPING is a BOTHER or a WORRY. Treasurers who bank their funds with ui feel SAFE, and their BECEIPTS are alway« i» OKDES. Chris Boehner, Pres. J. D. Brookshier, Cashier OHILUOOTHE. MISSOURI Announcement. I have contracted with the Interna tional Harvester Co. for the full line of McCormick line of farm machinery. Any one wanting repairs for any part of this line, including gra? gines and cream separators "will be furnished by me. E. H. LAKEfT Phone SIS. 506 E. Webster street, ihillicothe, Mo. Chiliicothe Granite Works MONUMENTS Best* Work Low Prices Eqaiped with Up-to- Date Machinery TELEPHONE. 534 506 WASHINGTON ST. hillicothe Lodge - ~ ' - NO. 01, MBBTs EVERY MONDAY For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies. Makes Old Floors New I J - - L us l.cli you hov f to change y o u r old p l a o lloor Lo oak finish, no mailer if the floor has been p a i n t oil m a n y t i m u s it can still be made in oak f i n i s h . For this purpose w r o c o i n m o n d CHI-NAMEL " ten. years of c o n t i n u e d success : with it proves ttiot there Ls no other finisti to equal it. It Is also best for all kinds of furniture and wood work. Call for color card and f u r t h e r particulars. Clark's Pharmacy The Eexall Store CHILLICOTHE, MO. Old original Caddell Jitney Station the only one in the city giving an all night service for lOe. Phone 6 0 6 . Office N Locust St. H. M. Smith, Prop. C h i l d r e n Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T O R 3 A I have purchased f r o m E. B. Gill his p l u m b i n g shop on West Jackson street and am now in charge. I extend an invitation to my friends and to Mr. Gill's friends to call and let me figure with you before placing your work. Jesse Worley. 2 3 - 4 One way to relieve habitual constipation is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan's Regulets are recommended for this purpose.' 25c a box at all drug stores. THE QUESTION THAI IS AGITATING THE PUBLIC 15 "TO BE" OB "NOT TO BE." We know that the farmers rrmst 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 sttmd waiting for more. 0UE PEFOBS, QUALITY OF GOODS and OOURTEST OF TREATMENT SPEAK FOB THEMSELVES. "CASH" is our slogan. We talk it and beli«ve in it:. The merchant that sells on time to Torn, Dick and Harry is compelled to add to the price in order to take .·are of the losses. OUR LINES OF SEEDS, BUGGIES and FARM ·MAOHINEEY ARE THE BEST THE MARKET CAN PSOBUCE and OUR PRICES -- WELL COME IN AND SEE. " ' FOR SALE--1 hard coal stove. No. SOO Art Garland, 1 soft coal stove. Phone 14-13-M. 819 Polk St. 14tf FOR SALE--At bargain, one Studebaker roadster. first-claps condition; fully equipped. See Dr. Black. FOR SALE--2 houses and lots, flve blocks from square. Call at this office f o p further information. 3_tJ FOR SALE--Encyclopedia Brittanica, 25 volumes, fine binding, good as new, $ 2 0 ; 1 set McCauley's History of England, 5 volumes, ?3; 1 vacuum sweeper, Argyle, almost new, $5; 1 green velvet Davenport-bed, $ 2 0 ; 1 leather covered office or library chair. Telephone 2 4 6 . MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO LOAN--$1,000 to loan on gilt edged city property; Inquire Constitution. 16-tf BEFORE YOU BUY COAL CALL UP THE STANDARD COAL and -JUNK CO. TELEPHONE 718 WE SELL IT FOR LESS. WE PAY MOKE FOB JUXK 106 Second St., Chillicothe, Mo. Plenty of Apples. At Mathews' orchard, 5 1-2 miles northwest o,£ Chillicothe. Handpicked, no rot, no'-worms. No. 1 at 7 u c ; No. 2 at 40c. 27-6t C. N. Mathews. C A S T O R I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 3O Years Always- bears the Signature of WILL BE IN CHILLICOTHE ALL THIS WEEK, NEXT WEEK AND EVERY WEBS IN THE YEAS TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE FOR A TAILOS-MADE SUIT. Not sn ordered suit, made in a factory the same as ready-made, and called Tailor-made, but a Tailor- Made One that is made in Chillicothe. Fit, cloth and everything about it guaranteed to give satisfaction. It will cost you no more to have your suit, made ir; Chillicothe than it will to send to some Chicago house anr 1 get a factory made suit. SEE H. B. HOGAN AND GET HIS PRICES When You Have iaved $50 | the question arises^ "How shall I invest it?" There is EO better way than in a Cer tificate of Deposit in The Citizens National Bank of Cliil- licothe, whose resources of $850,000.00 ftive you assurance of absolute safety. Our Certificates o£ Deposit are issued in sums of. $50 and upwards. They bear interest at the rate of 3 jer cent, and are renewable at the end ot six or twelve months. If you want security for your sav ings and absence of all expense or worry i n c i d e n t to mortgages bonds, stocks, etc. CONSTITUTION WANTS GETRESULTS A CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT in this strong bank. The certificates are readily negotiable and as collateral security are unexcelled. For those v.-ho have saved some m n n o v :md desire a jregular in come, free from the annoyance and worry of other forms of investment we strongly recommend our Certificate or Deposit. The Citizens National MemJjer Federal Reserve Bank U. S. DKPOSTTARY | NEWSPAPER!

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