The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 28, 1916 · Page 7
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 7

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TM1 CXILLIGOTHX DAILY CITIZEN VOIUNMRS TRIM THE SOLDIERS til Rmer at right halt and Kent at qu irtpr openeu the game TLe\ u f t e i ho n id crossed the goal line Claik reccn ering for the locals C W C Mil V J , H O L M I l) ON soi iu M i l n vio \ \ni -i V ii t o J «lp- r i m K Hancock I hornton Schroedei C I h r o c k m o i ton \ v o l f e L L. Kent Q Hinei It Lev ei ing Hams on I I M -I L R r If. (^ h u i a l c d UIP i po itions like v eteran, v as, M e a c o s last chance t o score C B c Kicked off Me ico rum Tho ball in plaj on 20 vard l i n e bled on ihpir first d o w n but i e c o v e i | H i - n « o n kickPd Mexico -ftas flght ed On thv f o u r t h d o w n they register j " S hard Clark -went thru For a Mcx Pd n o t n e r t u m b l e and the 6a.ll w e n t i i c o f u m b l e and l e v e l i n g earned the [ 1 all back aga n being d o w n 6 a r d = ' f i o m the goal Harrison split thp 1 ne to the 1 j a i d 1 ne ju»t a» the c uartei closed Le ering covered the required one 3 aid tor i touch d o w n at the start 01 the f o u r t h qu irter and also 1 icked i L F ·\fajfield -Tuinei R r i a n u e i \ Bushman C "\\cavei L, G V n J e i ^ o n L. B i i c k u e l l Li B r o u n i n ^ Q " t t v e t h Iv II Sindeison L Johion r B II ( ^ i p t ) L r B \ I S L t O I S ( C i p t ) R r Q II H to tho lo al On tl PH f i s t d o w n C h i l l i othe f u n bltd ind w e i e o i c e d to k ck on t h o t n i t d C.OWD Oi the next d o w n Me\i co tun bled ag un h i t cam» JJ.C.K vv ith not'ier f u m b l e and C B C r e c o s e i j ed tlie M i r p o i - v sphpie The game im to this tin f had bepr v p r v loose eac l i = c'e f u m b l i n g on c v e i v other plav I pract ca Iv Soi-eone r e m a i k e u thi t I j it w a ? a new ball and thev al' lorgo to spit on it C B C made first d o w n on h a i j 1 ne d r i v n s and then fumbled on t h ' next i lav b u t i e c o v e i e d \n ittcmpt ed lorw ai d pass ta led Lev oung vv as sent t h r u the line for a good gain and on a second atten pt complete!} pierc ed the enemv delense racing dovv n the field tor tvv entv v a i d s Pollv IIn t i ison m^ an unusual game--that is--IIP hadn t p l a v e d much w h i c a is i ntisual He acknowledged the spotlight n o w ever on the next plav car i v i n g the ball to the eight j i d I n e l j a beautiful end mn L e v e i m , c i ried the bill t i o m the eight v a i d l i n e for the flist t o u c h d o w n ot the g line a f t e r onl eight minutes ot plav He failed to kick goal Score C B C 0 Mexico 0 Chief Hincock v, \s injured "When he tackled a soldiei i c t u i n i n g the lo ti le ico 6 C B oal Scote -- C B C 10 C kicked off Mexico m ide i f r s t d o w n successfullv Thej used the i o i w a r d pass to advantage San derson the pluckv soldiei qu irter w a s i n j u r e d m a line smash Ihe soldieis tailed to mal c ^ i s t d o w n anr] the ball w e n t to C B C H irrison kicked and the locals ieco\eied thp kick Hurison hit the line for 2-t v a r d s L e v e r i n g d u p l i c i t e d ior I" 1 ·vards. Then he followed for anoth ,, , . , . i er line smash placing the ball on tho up to this t i m e had been plav ., , , , ,,, . 12 v xrd line The c o\\ d shouted Substitutes c B C--Evvns, e liev pd Oxle-i \isilois--Roclet, Sanderson Campbell t o i B i o v v n i n s P i-v ne for l u r n e r Qu liters 15 /iimutes OfTcials Tones retroe P h i l l i p s u m p n e Lail head linesman S rod ] h o w e v e r and compelled the vis tors to and A.nspau 0 h time keepers j k ck C B C tumbled on second . down and Harrison w a s to cod lo kick A w e e k of se-v ere tr u n m g culm n i t O B C recovered its own punt an3 rel eved j cnl s ! lcV * orf Du( - refused to leav P th e °-anie The soldieis ire beginn ng to show a little more pep and bioke l T the C B C l i n e s e v e i a l times foi good guns The locals tightened ed in a gigantic olleusive on the pan ot Ma^ill s C B C s q u i d agam-t the H m i = o n attempted t w o end runs ea^ f u l i n f to gim much L^ve ing at fi i n t c a l l j loi another t o u c h d o w n Bainson ended left end foi the count Levering vg un kicked true goal Ccoie C C B 20 Mexico 6 Clark made another b r i l l i a n t 10 covcr\ of a Mexico £1111*16 on their own 20 j a i d lino and w i t h o n l j o m i n u t e and a halt to go C B C m u s t mal e 12 j ards to gam a n o t h p r scoi o j L e v e i ng caned it to the 2 j ml l i n r Hid Rinei f o l l o w e d w i t h a smash thai put it icross Ihe} also 1 icked goal Scoie--C B C 33 Mexico 6 Ihe loexlb kicked of and the sol d i P i s w e r e making desperite a t t e m p t to gam as the lelerees w h i s t l e an rouneed the close of tho g i n e This w a s the business college s last game it home toi some time Thev w i l l meet s e v e i a l s t i o u g tetms on foieign fields w i t h i n t h e next f e w w eeks SATURDAY, OCT 28, 1916. soldiei bojs of the "\ii««=ouii Mihtarj j «-oi"Pted a field goal f i o m the ' 2 y a i d Academj S i t u r d i v a f t e r n o o n v v h e n , l l n e w h i c h failed bv a f o o t It was man v a r d s of euemv t e i n t o i j w i f ~\tex co s ball on the tvv enU yard line captured ard reciptured including i a - ncl tlle i»itors w e r e linking appie the r m p o i t a n t position ot score 33 c xble " aln s t h i u the lino as the Urst In a counter offensive which at thieatened to develop into a u a i t e r closed Second quarter opened vv th th J L D G 1 TOR iich -is lel.tei--lij an 1 \peiimeiit i Piodt 1-Vj .1 Chillicotlie Citi/en 3 r\pei icnre Something: new is an expeinnent Must bo pro\ed to be as lepiesenr general combined attack foi good | soldiers pressing hai d Thev mad= gain the Mexican soldieis w e i e able ' r ' r=t d o w n bv hard line di iv es and only to pierce a small poi tion oE rt ' t h e n failed on two a t t e m p t e l passes Score penetrating w i t h success scor e | T h t n w e r e forced to 1 ck C B C C a suburb o f t h e mam o b j e c t i v e l i e c o v e u n g on their o w n 20 "vaid line Ilirnson p u n t e d to saftt the sol v ering in the centei at the | field The v s i t o i s agim s t a i t e d i tl eir o f f e n s i v e tict cs m i k n g f r s t Coi i espoudentb vv 1 o "viewed the gen eial m o v e m e n t s f i o m a. ^ a n ac;e p o i n t I c l o i s ··giee that C B C d i s p U v e d thp f' elA siea^er force altho numoricallv even ~ n d -«ere tar superior in phjsical trim to the m-vadmg- forces All of -\\lnch is true to our best lvno"\\ ledge ind belief It i\is in ideal div for 1 fottbill game and the sidelines t \ e r o j a m m e d ·with spectators The innounccmen that Green C B C q u a r t e t and Black right half - w e i e not to partic It was an ideal di\ fci a f o o t b a l l o\ei the cro^d for a TGV, m i n u t e s tin pate in the game cast a jm\ cloud dov.n The to ^ en nutters up Successful Hni_ ©· TAKE YOUR Optical Question -- TO -MACDONALD T W E N T Y A KNOWN FOR OVER Y E A R S QUANTITY, in the successful correction of DEFECTIVE VISION and Eye Straii Mod era methods Reliable Service Reasonable Price A.B.MacdonaW BAST SIDE SQUARE · s * Mr F F oooper representing the Troy Laundry Machinery Co of Chicago while In town last week visiting the S L I F E R L / A T J ' V J D R ^ said This is the most up to- date Laundry doing the most nearly perfeet work that I have seen in many days " Mr Cooper was iu the laundrv business himself In Chicago for a number of ·vears --Adv A. W. OILS sroos Giulbcotlie, OfflCS So'J SB4. M.W. LITTON FXCLLSH E rt M I^Alj L1"V LK1 Spccml cillb made toi 1'ntiLs uid Balls Phone 3*3 5 CHICHESTER S PILLS 4l V)[JK-W T I l C l I A J I O h J C K V M l A si iasl es vs ei e lollow ed bv a complete lorvvaid piss to tht f o i t v v a i d line L i o w n i n g the list Mexico ciu irter made a brilliant end run f i o m the JO v a r d line tor a touehdov n In Kiel irg out h o v v e v e i the soldier vv ho l e c e f v e d the bill o-verstenped and thev vrcie not allowed to ti"j tor a e oal kick facoie--C B C C Mexi co G C B C r c c e v e d the 1 ickoff and attempted a f o i w i r d pass w h i c h f i l l ed Hairison kid ed to Tn d held Vgam the via tors started then d n v e H o \ v e v e i it w is not for long Ruici the new C B C half vv ho had been plav ing a great glnie srole a Mexico 01 w a r d pass c a n v i a g the ball "hack i ten v a r d s b e f o i e he w a s stopped Har risou iollovvcd vvith n fifteen yaid p-am a r o u n d l e f t end and Lc-venn, added ten moie thru the line Ihe so'dieis w e i e penalized fiUeen -v ird= foi being oft s de Einer split the line Loi a good g m but w a s pen ill? I cd loi h u l l i n g The soldieis stole * C B C pass but vv ei e aga n pena lized foi being ofC side Past half no Ihe second quaitei w a s a Mexi ec quartet w i t h points greatlv in then- favor duel Hincock r e c e i v e d the ii«-itoi I ickolt at the s t i l t of the t h u d quai tei ind made a sensational l e t u i n L e v e l i n g h i t the line for a long gam ·*nd niide f h s t d o w n w h e n he dupli cated the feat on the next plav Mex ico tisrh^ned and I I m i = o n w n s forced to kick Magill handed his squad n lot of Bilh Sunday gestures and aa n i n i a t e i e d a liberal dose of pep in -verbal form between the halves to i c m t c l j his teams f a i l u i e to sjjow the right offensive spirit in the sec ond quarter Thev were showing the effect of the intermission s entertain ment The locils gathered in a soldiei fumble on the 2 0 i u-d line and Lev ering and Harrison followed w i t h i sene of line smashes A. s»riou = mishap followed w h e n Levering car ried the sphere across the goal line 31 cnlx to fumble a soldier pouuoinc 4 | on the ball lacing to the 25 \ a i d line Encouraged b\ this streak of freak lucl Mexico smashed the loca line tor several good gains H o w e v e r the soldieis fumbled tlie ball being goobled up bv Clark Harrison gain ed 5 v a r d s in a line plunge placmr the bill on the 15 i ard line Vga n i 'ceil carried the ball across the goil 1 ne onlv to tumble it on the other -ide but a h ck-s lecover b-\ Clail savec" tl e t o u c h d o w n C B C tailed lo kid goil Score--C B C 12 Mexico 6 The ball in plav agim Chill co he had n i o x e d it d o w n the fi^ld to w i h n 15 v a r d i oE the r aoal line w h e n a f u m b l e on their part was recovered M Sanderson w-ho made J 1 t i l U m t run acros B the entire field Rmer bumped him hard nea-i- thr "0"1 line but w a s unable to hold the ·v. vrev soldier quarter How ever Rmer s tackle had unbalanced the soldier runner who fumbled the hall ed The statement of a manufactuiei is not convmc ng proof of merit But the endoisement of friends it lNo\v supposing xoti hid a bad bade A. l i m e weak or b c h m g one ^ ould j o u e^peumenl on it' 'ion w i l l reafl ot many so called cures Endorsed by strangeis f i o m fai a w a v places It s different when the e n d o r s e m e n t come= fi om home Eao to p r o v e local testnnooi- nead this Chilhcothe case J N IMdgewav i c t i i e d f i i m e i Cluliicothe sas I had a w e i V - a n d p a i n f u l b i c k I suffered f i o m shaip I ains through the small of mv bad and it was a hard job to do h e a v j w o r k of an} kind I w is w c i k tired out ai d nervous Doan s Kiclnej Pill" a l v v a s renio-ved the tioublo in gooJ order and f r o m the beneficul result^ thej bi ought me I highly recom mend them Price 50c at all dealers Don t simplj ask foi a k i d n e v rcracrtj- --get Boan s Kidney Pt Is--the same thai" Mr Ridgevv a hsd roster M i l b u i n Co Pi ops Buffalo N Y .TU. mtu al "N otice C II Crager and W L, C i l l i d e t t e ba-ving bought out the vulcauiziiin plant of the Cluliicothe Alotor Co hai e moved the pi int to SOS E W e b =ter St Thej are now prepared + ^ do all kind of vulcanizing on tube' ind casings and repan w o r k on FoiJ cars The will can\ a complete line of iccessones tires and tubes All w o r k ind p u t s g u a i a n t e e d to give atisfaction i o u i business w u l be appreciated 23 6 Chilhcothe Vulcanizing Co C h i l d r e n Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O A S T O R I = DOMT LET THIS Announcement of Advance in Price We beg- to announce that on January first the puce of the Cole Eight will have to be advanced. Since our prcA icus announcement there have been enormous in- ci eases in the cost of materials. We could lower the quality and sacrifice the high standard for which Cole is famous. But we will not. The Cole Eight \\ill continue to be built of the same high grade materials. A Jams AlltO Supply Co., Distributors Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, U. S. A. \\ h r · S^lJl- Berore 3011 bui that RE4.D 1 ] M4.DE Suit consider the fact that it is IsOT made to 'iOUR figure -- that i is isOT exclusive m fabric pattern -that it will NOT hold its shape like our 1AIL.OR M4.DE garment -- that t costs MORE in the end Our tailoring insuies a PERFECT L4STD\G Tir THE CORREC1 ST1L.E and a grade of w o r k m a n s h i p that is neier equalled in the best readi made garments It a a pleasure to show our suiting and overcoatings for w e can sell i o u Suits at anv price 5 ou w a n t If } ou w a n t $15 Suits I have plentv of t h e n and will guarantee them t 0 be a= Consequently, we must raise the price. So now is the time to buy your Cole while the present prices remain unchanged. An order placed now for the Cole Eight is an excellent investment. x. Come in and have a demonstration. PRESENT FRICLS 7 Pissenfter Cole Eiftht Touring Car . . $1595 4 Passenger Cole ] ijjh t Roadster . . . $1595 Sei en Passenger Cole Springfield Toursedan $2195 Tour Pdisengcr Cole-Springfield TourcoupS . $2195 A l l prices f o b factory To a gierte' than jou h ^ o e\ before e vpci 2 iceclv 1 1 the daily brusl * }g o^ your teeth become ^a 'casurc :f v oil use tl s tm f delicious andiofreshi igant seit c cisnt f ice It v/iil P-IVQ jou a ne' 1 ot the \ o w d "quahtj d to toot p~ste bo T ,, ts dea"Sincj and vvl inp" piop^rtirs ad J e dch-^h f iGf^eshed condit on pa^-ts to ihe Ar e La clecay nal PS thp p-uiris ^im and bcaRhy n^utialtz^ ^ciu ty a.id keens t 1 eih c^an \\hitc nnd boiut c ul nb tl b la^gei lube of bolter tio^h pt- o to ^y sr ' 5? ^ G yot- 1 i^^ui i a, ^ ^d SL.*"jp ji_ "J.OL. i*~c r j bt.*-1. ix /^ 1 s^y so RJCE ALLEN good a» anj Su ts m?de Jess Hasten r«OKTH sror; Over Heger s Restaurant Proprietors "The San-Tox Drug Store" Phone 552 708 Washington St. Farm Loans -at 5 per cent Interest Prior Payment Privileges Gill ® Ryan North Side Square F. A. Meinershagen Son Funeral Directors New Way Licensed Embalmers Day Phone 397 Night 3O1 1 R A N K B NORMAN SAM M JARMS Norman Jarvis ITOMK FMBALMERS and FUNERAL DIRECTORS i Day Phone 417 ! Night Phones 153 - 569 Di. W. R. Simpson Practice Devoted to General Medicine 25 Tears Experience In Disease of the BYE EAR and GLASS FITTING Calls Answered Day and Night TELEPHONE 35 Office * Residence--415 E. Webste" CHILLICOTHB, MO. THIi OSTEOPATH 'jr. T. G. Phelps Offace in Guiiby Bldg si i Stairway norm ot ixeper Hoasr , MISSOURI -- Calls anewerea prompt y aay 0"- night SPAPFRf

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