The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 30, 1916 · Page 3
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THE CHILLICOTHE BAIL'S CONSTITUTION MONDAY, OCT 30, 1916 WHAT THE PRESIDENT ACTUALLY DID TO AVERT STRIKE DISASTER Before I consulted with them (the railway executives aid the repiesentatives of the employes) I made myself acquainted wuth the points at controversy The first thing I told both sides was that I stood for the eight-hour day We believe in the eight-hour day because a man does better work within eight hours than he does in a more extended day I said to the railroad executives "You are asking that the result of the eight-hour day be predicted and the prediction be arbitrated The reasonable thing to do is to grant the eight-hoar day not because the men demand it but because it is right and let me get authority from Congress to appoint a commission to observe the results and report in order that justice may be done the railroads in respect 01 the cost of tre experiment' That was the proposal which t^ey rejected and which Congress put into law a proposal which I made to them oefore I confened with it, wh en I urged upon them at every conference, and whicn when the one side rejected and the other accepted I went to Congress and asked Congress to enact I did not ask either side whether it suited them and I requested my frjends in Congress not to ask either side wnetner it suited them I learned before the controversy began that the waoj_e_ temper of the legislative oody was in favor of the eight-hour day In the House of Representatives the plan was passed was sanctioned, by a vote wruch included seventy Republicans as against fifty four Republicans In the Senate the Republican memLeis held a conference m which they determined to put no obstacle in the way of the passage of the bill Now th,s /as because the proposal was reasonable and was cased upon ri°~ht From President \\ t l s o n s speech t o \cvv f c r ^ c v b u b U at Shadow L a w n \ J Sept 23 Historical Fact Tai ing hoi d IT, n in\ ot the loc il h gh school j student-, attended o u i Ch tcl ci-es I h e Al "VI \ C i r i c t s u o i e il c j pic cnt I L II SP oL T ock S p i i r r g s v sited \ p tp**di,\ TMih h i s on C i n c s t Ilib oL the " o m n HI c al D t p u tjiient I*. \\ L o \ e t t or Bribtoxv OKI v, is. her* 1 T h u r s d i ~ v v i s i t i n g hi ncph ev, Raluli L t n e t t B i } in B r o a d d i s a c o m m e i e i a l tudent 1 xst "veir has accepted a po s tion \\itli Hit Pioneci Telephon | and 1 ele^i tph Corap tn\ it Okl ihom i j Citv Okla I V \cliile McA e re entcied school [ v e c p i d L\ to complete the c o m b m a t i o i course "Mi M c V e is lorn A t c C i e d ) "M bonri \ N e \ \ "Uuueuts c moll ng- since list T.hursd*n fa i p p o i t ^ e \\ibUa Sisk TXcelMoi Spi mgb Mo OCT.I Foi I Cisco A i k ind Hiinson. G a i i e t t ^Ielro=e Tex tj urc Trv : Ii ^a cs on up u ie" rac in-owd-- Jirrcwinscl i c- t_n c.!"^ theivt o]"Lody crees n - ng mother., und the t CUD th-\- t ec-i 13U ro'Fee, etc S-me Trice Ml HELP FARMERS Federal Employment Bureau But One of Many Achievements of the Wlson Administration. MONEY FOR CROP MOVING Even before the days of our Forefathers, extract* from the saint, kind of roots, hcrb« and barks, now used in compounding the ingredients ferS S,S. t were well knov n and extensively used among the Indians. Science and modern methods have only changed the Indians way of h-nd^ig tjc mater a3s, the essential features are sti 1 n ev i-encc n 0 C G -Matures Greatest Elood Pur ^--~nd a. natural se- Quence of the Ind ans f avert c a*.u cine Grr Tun GEN-UIT,E S S G AT"!CH,IID*_GCIST |SSS. Co. · W H V T J H 1 J l i c i l I r i c t i s i i u , l v l J M i s 1O " \ \ o i k Ivc p-. men THE NEW TRUST. It is all o v e r but the voting--and then Vt Koii foi I c tir Tour v e i r s nioit oi pt ice i n d piospentj u l n l e UIL w h e e l s time on temjicl o u i deal ncd go il--World Leadership' That is to be our destiny N o t h i n g c in stop it but i return to the i c i c t i r n u v p u t j winch for foity yeirs s u e d its bosses, b ici n w h i l e the people the fete i t Aiueuc in people htrujyltd onw n d t o v v j u d i n d i v i d u i l ind c o l l e c t i v e l i c c d o i u les the nation t i n e into its o\\ n not bee lu-e but in spite oi the Repub Kcan I irti It w is UK A n i e i i c i n people who clc ired tbe lotests di lined the su imps blamed the tr uls oncned the mines dug the ccul ind tlie gold All the b l o o d in tlie, bodv i ab=c t h i o u g h the 1 idiiejs onee e v e i v t h i e e minutes Hie kiduej-b iiltei tho blood llie w o i k uiglu and dj.j "\\hen ot i m p u i e matter d u l j v lien un he iltliy thej i c n i o v e n i u w ng i-- j h e i l t h j some pa.it ol Una i upu e in u j tei is l e l t in Ihe Wood Tin b u n g I on main diseases md s ui tomb -Years M o r e ' ] v h c l i v a i j \ \ i d e l j b u t n vj n e l u d " i tlie nation p iu 111 the back he id icbc u o i v o u s 'ness hot di i slun i h c u m i t e pains soul g i a v e l disoidei of Ihe c j e ^ i g h t and lieu nig diz/niesb u i C o i i l i t he l i t dcbihtv d i o w s i n e s s d r o p s j c eposits 111 tilt, ui ny etc But if j o u Keep tbe filteis l i g h t the din fee is o v e t c o m e Doaii s Iv dne Pillo The V m e n c i n ivonien u l o t j i l e d to histoiv and i ut,ed icine people spinns fiom the loms of men iibo d ired and Mis, V, Ch mei H a v e 1 nd the ioundation ot the neatest Republic knoTM tlieieon the t mcsc flower of cinliz ition in all f , i "i^iuou in an tne I I h i v e t o u n d them to be in excellent me lien e to Phe h v e ilw iv desired benefit ind O l i d h endoise them P i i c e 50c at all dealeis Don t jimplv ask lor a k i d n e j l e m e d v -- g e t Doan s Kidnev Pi Ib--the simo th il M i s Cluney hid roster M i l b u i n Co Pi o i s Bulialo N ^ 021 Budf,e SL Chillicothe savs 1 hav e used Do-in s K dnev P 11s on b e v c i a l oce tsions toi All this Ins been done despite the handicap ol Political Bosses and the s e % e r e b i c k i c h e and bhoot ng pa u nsjuous toll of I r e d a t o i y Intciestb acio^ m j \ \ I n l e the Pioneer giew into the Settler and tlie Settler became tlie ririnei ind v e l l o w e d the \ j s t plains witli the beirdtd gmn and biowned 'his trouble them w i t h tbe i u^set coin-- I b i o u s h t the \Mnle birttooted children trudged d o w n the shad} lane or over the long hill to the l i t t l e red school liou«e to reid of tlie wisdom of their Bonjituin Ti i n l l i n the paUiotiMii of t h e i r P U i i c t . Ilemj tbe ingenuity of then Kobeit l u l t o n Lli \ \ h i t n 3 ind R bert Hot the denioeiacv of their Jef eison of the o n l v \\ a-luu a toi v \ b o T a t l i e i e d his c o u n t i j ot the miniort.il Lincoln w b o s i v c c l nd w l o s e s£ ii t w i l l i o t e v e r u n i t e tbe nitioa-- W h i l e these l i t t l e c b i l d u n u o u n d the old stove =ang Mv Countiy tis of I l i e e Sweet L iad of Libtitv -' U h i l e these «.ime l i t t l e cinhUen at ruclit at the r mothers 1 nee learned to b f v v thoit he ids to then Ccd who h i i given them b u t h in the Lind of the I i ^ e iind tbe Llome ot tbe I t a v e -\ \ - - l ^ simple men s w o i t e d ind toiled on and loved their w o i k and then ho.^o-and then countii -\ \ h i l e svveet t iced motliLrs delved in toil and span strong men to do the nation s work G i e e d crept forth c! id in f i ocl coats and a w e l l distended si n and an oil} tongue md s l o w l v suielx msidiouslv gitbered up the f i u i t s of tlie s w e a t a n d the h i r v e s t ot the fleldb o i c h n d s ind mines and bv special p r i v i l e g e bj fi aid bj l i be b} _, tt bv tuckeij bv knaverv bv t i e i e h e i v veb a n d bv t i e a s o n c msed theinseUes to become the richest clique I n o v v n in tbe w o r l d b h i s t o i y Ihe f o i e of this c l i q u e s the permanent inner ring the Invisible Gov einaient of the Republic in i irty I h i s clique d i s i g i e o m g on i c a n r h d i t e four v e i r s a"o fell out and the A m e n c i n people e l i n e I ick into t h e i r o w n u n d e r tlie leideislnp of Wood r o w \\ilsoo w h o has h e l d m v i o l a l l v s i c i e d tint t i u s t t h i s p u t i n t o his h i n d s ' bv r\t( And bj the gi n ot Cod the A m e i i c i n People piopose to go on ·nith th it tned true g i e i t man who trusts them bee mse he i n o w s thej ti ust him \ \ o o d i o v v Wilson is a new Trust in Amend--greatei t h i n all otheis-- greater because he stands foi no Tiust ib b i c l t d bj no Irtast ind is th^ candidate of no Tiust but is Jie tiust of the w h o l e A . n e u c i n people who love him because be h i s I ept them out of w a r honor b m f i his conrureous Christum h u m a m t v and think h i m for lub b i o id statesuni ship and bis fear less intelligent leadeish^p By 1 is deeds md bv lus acts as w e l l as bv tho enem es be lias m n d e his pi ice in the roll of Amencan honor is socuie--\\ i s h i n ^ L m Lincoln V,i\ son Woodrow Wilson deserves the vote of every man and every woman in ·very state in the Union YOUR FRIENDS CAN BUY ANYHING YOU CAN GIVE THEM-- EXCEPT YOUJJ PHOTOGRAPH Watton Studio NORTH SIDE SQU Over Sipple's FOR QUALITY SERVICF SEND US YOUR KODAK WORK NO Monr nAC^xciir ion Mrs J M Gaskill Etna Gieen lud w u t e s I siiflered f r o m severe backaches and sharp p a i n s I coul ] not stoop ovei Toley Kidnes Pills g a v e me such leliot that I cannot praise them too highlv Th s stan dard l e m c d v for kidnej trouble and bladder ailments can oe taken w th bsolute satetj Sold e / e r v w h e r e Wood b y o i r i or ary 'tor* notice at P56 wood aeliverei* * 0 per "or" IT f CT. I THIS OTjJ--11 IS 1\ OUT II ··IOMA DOIs 1 MISS THiS Cut out this ohp enclose v v i t n oc to Toloy . Co Chicago 111 writing v o u r name an 1 address cleirlv "i on will receive in l e t u r u a trial package containing Foi oj. s Honej and Tar C o m p o u n d for b i o n c b i i l coughs colds and C I O U D i olej Ividnev Pills^ and Toley Cathar f ic Tablets Speci ' j c o m f o i t i n g to tout persons Sold Everv w bare TAKE YOUR Optical Question --TO-M A C D O N A L D F O R OVSR T W E N T Y Y E A R S A KNOWN QUANTITY in the successful correction of DEFECTIVF VISION a/d Eve Strai-i Mod ern methods Reliable Serve 0 *" ^RSO V 3iDi6 _t X*1CG A.E. EAST SIDE SQUARE "The Missouri Farmer's Profit-Sharing Rural Subscription Campaign" Creates New Sensation--Prizes for Single and Married Women Residing on Farms in Livingston County. Be Particular In Sending Your Name. LET TEtJS C impugn t»t u t s Tbuisil iv Since the apiimuicement ot the Missoul l Manuel K u i ll F i o h t S l f l l IS S u b s c i i p t i o n C i n i p n ^ n la--t 1 ridav ·\\ e h a v e received nuiuiiie-i irom K e \ ei il i a i m e i s w h o v\ish to b°t the Mi souri Faitnei in e v e i v Firm rlonie i i "Livingston coantv ^ hv not Vi ben vou come to consider the v ilue ot tin great farm p i p e r to the I n n ei I h e Missouri F i r m e i is Missout s greate-t Tarin Paper ind si ould be in e v e i v rarm Home in Liv ms-,ton coun*v It is le id ng i si e vt 1 Club Organization movement through its influence o v e i in e b u n d red school house F i r m Clubs h u been foinied m Missouri dui ui^r * IP last v e a r Through t'- M five 1 - Ii p a r t m e n t it is furnisbins" \sliolesile pric«"- to its fanner f r i e n d on Bi ins Shorts Flour, Coin Hvi Cotton SeeJ Meal Oil M«il Coal rtitili?-ei S It and thus perfo-m ng a service w h i c b makes it indispensable to e v e r v tai mer in the St ite Do v o u th nk vou will have an trouble in ..cUm-, swb senbers foi thib k i n d ol \ rum P" per 7 This Subicr ption C a m n u s n w '1 be Countv rainier Thud no contest nit "vvill be p e i m i t t e d to isk anj tai mei lor moi e than one to t w 0 d o l l a i b v \ h i c n w i l l entitle him, for Hi teen months t o i v e j e u s « u b ciiption t o tho Missouri F i r n e i F o u i t h i sr -- cial manigei w i l l r e m i i u in charge md _ssist all alike throughout the I h e Canipn^n is H U M open ind ill names, ot n o m i n e e s iceeived up to \\ ecliie'-dav e v e n i n s w i l l be listed a n d a ien-esentative w i l l call 01 mail all ; i = u p p l es in the v\ av ot instruction s n b s e i i p t i o n list p i t m e \ o u fo- leceipt books pre T. successful cam m ci-.li p i i ' e s to the l o u t contest int 1 collecting the higheot sums ot inon ej up to ind including No\ embi 22 at S p in Ihe Contest xnt collectm the mobt-svill be aw u ded 115 seconu ^ 7 j O third 45 touitll S2 50 A Pn^e Ballot ot 50 000 exti i v o t e a w 11 be given for each and eveiv club ot ?!D colected d u r i n g this pci icd Time to fetut m Thiii-vd iv Send in v o t i i name 01 L h i t of a Q i o n d and get stalled eailj Samples of the Missouri r u m o r w ill be m u l e d to v o u upon request if v o u w i l l srive u« the names of i few prospective sibsciibers we w i l l mail them simple copies and we f^ e l sure \vhen thev i e c a v e them thev- w i l l w a n t to subscribe for our paper = 1 sc m t i o n "n ith Tei n of ^ otes T h ^ Mi = o u r Tamer durniK tin Cimrtaisrn w i l l b e o n e dollar f o r f f teen m o n t h s and a special price of f i v e v e a i s f o r t w o dollars I M P O R T A N T Three Di = t not A ot a'managed e n t u e U dilterent to that ol l n £ r p erlO ds F r=t period ends Xo "P milar ones vou ' a v e perhaps read - emoer 2 2 r d v\hich w i l l allo-v v o u .about In the fir t pT-ice -we onlv al low single and m a n i e d vvomen to participate Second thev -nust be n daughter or a wife of a Livingston] more votes than the second p e r i o d ' t o m o i r o w tomorrow nevei l o u know v o u r daugh er w o u l d like to^ovm a 11)17 O ikland Si^ th one tnat she can call hei o ^ n don t - v o u ' I1USI.VM) i ou know vou w o u l d f thei let v o u i w i f e enter t h i b P i o l i t Shaiu-q; Kural C imp ugn ind w i n this 191" Oakland Six autou o b i l e rather th n to h a v e to d e c k on j o u i bank ic count w o u l d n t v o u ' ' i n d t o o = 1 w oi 1 i pi ze the car more i ul ei than nav e v on bu) one^-ior he THETE IS NOTHIVG TO ^ Ul 1 OK The Camp ugn i» open and v o nualit as v\eli have one ot t lose pri/ ea as aome one else Do not w \it tor comes Belore v o u buy th it RL ±D\ M-VDE Su t consider the t i c t tint it is "\O1 made to \ O L R fl e lie--that i s \O1 e x c l u s i v e 111 i i b n c pattern-that it will NO1 hold its shape like out 1AILOR M IDE garment-- th it t costs MORE m the end Our t a i l o i r a g m o n i e s a PPRrnC I L ^ S I I A G ril 1IIE C O R R E C l ST\LE and a O rad» ot w o i k m a n s h i that is never equalled in the best r e i d y mide garments It s a pleasure to show o u i su tings and oveicoitings lor we can sell v oti Suits at niiv puce j o u want If you ' w a n t $15 Suits I have plcntj ot t h e n and w i l l g u u a n t e e them to be ^ good is anv $15 Suits made 1DF SQTJVR1D Over ITegei s R e s t a u r a n t r iTn O^L K.OPA ru Dr. T. G. Phelps Office m Gunby Bldg £jad btainvay norcn OT Deeper Hous -- LUlIjljlOOTHK, DHSSOTIRI -PHONES Besilpnf « 2O8 Office 14' n a l l R answered prorrptlT dav o'- n i ^ b allows v o u more than the third §30 m c, 0 i,j vrill be given away Call Campaign E d i t o r room 10 phone 22 or vv-nte Boi. 264 Chillicothe Mis souri Adv -1 Di. W. R. Simpson Practice Devoted to General Medicine 25 Years Experience In Disease ol the EYE EAR and GLASS FITTING OaDs Answered Day and ^Jieht TELEPHONE 35 Office ft Residence--415 E Webster CHILLICOTHE HO tad en! AsLyo JPIILS iB 7£s£s Rural Cred ts Federal Reserve Act, Good Roads Gram Standards and Many Other Benefits Dy F R A N K G ODELL Editor of the Nebraska Farm Magazine Do \nn I now uw n n 11 1 i h s -i ] £ ( d li mil si i n u IJi] i i l i i K i i t 1 I is] i I bi i i _ i i Uie n i Ic s i, th i t 3 11 i post oflif e y n nl ) m e u 11 it \ i l i n_,s LJ iclp b i m 1^ tllL p l L S L l l t \ d 1 1 1 LM U iKon oJ" the I 1 11 t icl led the th |ol ] ss n m and t ,, il t ind now every post office is an aaency of the United States employment servtce I l! I -)^L1 J s ( u is t l ( l l pp ] \ \ u l l 1 I nl s f j j | srnv P] I . ih H s f n ! i I t oi h i e n f U \ i n i i I is M stiuct PC! I h Ip a c t 1 u \M il ci nd tliu jub m cunt L "U hilt 111 s nu I c u p TI to h 3 pun up l l \ n fU n l ( - t [ Hi uoil ^i it is i |]^ one of the ntmeious far reach ng things started for the bene fit of the 'armer by the Ad-nmistra tion of Pres dent W ilson 1 lie inric is in B s n c i \ )i i i m i ib i h is btcone i r ]ILI t( (In I u ii t cspeuiHy ' 11 t \ li i -i \ n s in 1 fj nil ^i i\\ r r t ^oc us ] ]i s ! ] , ^| 1 C h lb ,i i sc is~)n il li 11 IL LI nccess 1 1 ) \ must he pLilHii 1 t iv l\ i ^ ifnci mt \ \ 0 l l I S S 1 1 [_( ! o « h ) C l ^ l l l i if L L i l l s 1 i i ] i n j u ! O-\L Di l \ 1 i t i oC 111 _ iH -r u \ Ic Muetit i ^ t n f n s ib i t. ss u \ L n c l u b in li is lat l U d It V s j ,,!( i l l u s i tin \ \ i l ] sho\\ how t i e s\ si n \\ 1 1 s 1 1 U I L \ \ i l l iioLte \ I I f O I L ^ O U l i n n s n l s t I tern pa \ i \ \ \ ( i l ^ i s i t n e e d 1 in h p I t 1 i j nu O i \ i ^ ist _0 I h e OIL ^ 1 1 1 m n i l i t I » r l m l pimLn.1 i 1 I I C M s It i! f u t tl L nc^ t ,o^ i n n u t en i h \ K it !,, IK j s t i t i i s ( i i i t ^i\ 1)M i It ! I i i l s C J i i I d b | t L i i n n (li l r i ] l n \ i x ut in tht | hop \ i d s 1 ^ ppl iu t th P rfHnO di\ si in jf 11 c i (.ilcijJ c m p l o j m e n t SLl \ KG 11 is is 11 tl i itpi T id le 1 to the in iss f uci i i I inn_, e\ Joncc ^ h t c l s!m\s II i the W Ison Admmtstrat on has tried to aive both labor and the farmer a square deal For the first time n h story this Admmistrat on has placed the nc a ds of rural distr cts sauarely before Congress as of equal importance with the interests of finan cial cent£rs \ n r l \\l\\ n it 7 I n me i l ccntci s ·^ uM i t in nt J m u c h \ \ i t h o n t the n i L b i l h m 1 11 n c i o p 3i tl L V I I I L I I n t u r n i 15i.it tlu l n U i ( . s t s of the J i n 1.1 h M- i it 1 \ % s been ^o pi omi H nil 1 , ml t \ i 1 l\ cc isi l ictl b\ C n_ oss s Ui \ h i \ ilni i _, the pisf Llncc \ O L I S i h i t ( . o i d o i Dcmoci it IL cl ui is C ^ r i nu i s u p j K i i t is i i ee O! 1 O \f H i p l ^ll! 1 I It. 1C ids 111 tins in t l u p i^s n c of t i w s ind ulm o i s f I 1 \ c {s What Has Been Done for the Farmer ( uL.L.1 NCI IvI I Ol M T h e Fed t il R s ML Vet un I i \\hlch the farmer's paper s given '·pecial con sideratton mclud ng perm ss on to Na* onal Banks to loan on the security of farm lands JJTJT*. VL CK1 DIIS An epoch m U n? lLi?Lsliti\e n r i s L i i L % \ h c h ^ill le lit^c tl u C m m i ol the ncuhus of tht shoit time Id in it extort unite in tei osf This measure alone when in f u l l force will save the farmers of the United States one hundred and fifty million dollars annually in interest charges GOOD RO VOS Sclents f n e mil h n d o l l iis ui de i\ ill i b l o Ioi the rtcMloiTnent ol \ \t\fe li n the I tun Lo tl e n u l ct it id i con h u ns v\li eh v»jll pi L^ cut \\ istehil use f I I I e mone AGIUCIjI TUU VT LV I j NSIOV 1 lu | s 1 -i^e 1 the S i i i t h L e \ e Vet bi in-,^ to c\ci i Ameii" 11 I n in tlnon,.,]! the -joint c o m p i l a t i o n oi the 1 t d e i i l ( ( \ o t u m e n t i n d the Stites the help ol Ihce igcncies m solving tbe h u M n e s b p t l l e m s oi the f u r a e i CO11ON TO LUlvbS AC1 Deals i d e u h blow to g imblmg m this gieat st u Ic L M L I D SI V T C b t t VRLTTOUSC A.C1 T n i b l e ^ o ^ n e i s of stated piod nets to obL i n 1 i ib on ^ u chouse i efoipts 1 moie nc i r l i i p p i oxlm itiag tbe f u l l \ line ol til p i r d a e t GTl V^ SJVM3A1^DS V 1 m en icted lifet August iiitlnn/es the Sec i c t u ol VjieiiHuie to e s l i h l i ^ h olli ci il gi un s t i n d i d s Ihtb liw is \ ^ o i k RET The f a r m e r who has been robbed t h r o u g h juggled gram grades for years w i l l appreciate its value CHOP MOMM Ihe surplus funds of the lieisun Dop u t m e n t ]i\\e been pi iced d u f t l j in the b ml s ot the South md A\ est io u d in m o \ i n g ciops d u u n * tlie eustomiii se ison of moue\ Shoit ue IN . rivEST ON r o"\ ruis'MrNi DC P O S I l b Bui] s h( Idmp: ^o\ eminent deposits u e no^\ ie.]imed to p i j t ^ o pel cent inteiebt Ib s cuts ot£ a Ing ^ra£t \\hich iountih c i i i e Horn the i iiee use ot lingo sums oL the l e o p i e b j morie^ More t h i n one million doll us re%enne innu llj is uo\v demed fiom this souice alone TL.M Ihe f imei ha ioi jeais ielt the poxvei oi the m ikot combine, \itli its \\ iste in^meLency ind dis Ii mestj Ihe ofhce oi M i l l ets and tlie Km il O i c r i u i / i t K M i b e i \ i c c es tai lislied 11 tlio Dcpiitmeiit of Agu cultuie Out n-, tins Adm nis-ci ition a i r \voil in^ on "sC outinc lines to p i o m ^ e hetter tnai 1 111 ig ^nd co oper u\ c busi ness o i ^ i n i / i l l ^ri amon^, f timers These bcnehc cut me iures nlth m i n ^ the b «hou \ \ l i j tbe f u m e r is p i e t t j \^ell s i t i b f i e d \\ith the Wilson Admmiuauon --BtT SURE Pil ousness SILK neauacbe sour toraacb gas bloating eonstipat on cvEpep c ia--all theses distressing con --equences of retaining a mass of mi QiHebted and fermenting food in the stomach are avoided it the b o w e l s are kept open and jegular rolev Catbar tic Tablets are first aid to good 1 ealth Do not gripe Sold every where Better Quality- Larger Quantity PASTE To a greater degree than you have ever before experienced will the daily brushing of your teeth become aa pleasure if you use this truly delicious and refreshing antiseptic dentifrice It will give you a new meaning of the word "quality" as applied to tooth paste both as regards its cleansing and whitening properties and the delightfully refreshed condition which it imparts to the mouth. Arrests decay, makes the gums firm and healthy, neutralizes acidity and keeps the te^th clean, white and beautiful Get this larger tube of better tooth paste today and ' give youi mouth a gl-d surprise. Your money back if you ' taj bo R.ICE ALLEN Proprietors "The San-Tox Drug Store" Phone 552 , 708 Washington St. Farm Loans -at 5 per cent Interest. Prior Payment Privi'eges Gill ® Ryan North Side Sqizare I will sell at Public Auction at mj south ot 4v a i m Ion 2 1 4 on miles w est and 1 mile Thursday, Nov. 2nd 35-JEAD CATTLE--35 6 SHORTHOKN MILCH COWS 12 two }ear old SHOR1HORN IJEirERS 10 of them gwmg milk 2 Shoit Y e a r l i n g S1EERS I learlmg HEirER I I e a r l ^ SPRING C VLVES sleei s and .drifers TCJWIS M4DE K N O W N ON D\Y Or 4LP snmi n ox Guoiixnt, SALE TO COM^rOCE \T 10 A M CICS Auctioneer CHARLIE BLUE Clerh E. W. Dowell HELPING HUNGRY HOGS 1 otb of Jrolks ilnnk tliat i hos, likes dn t So does a baby liW c i n i h , and a boy miaee pie, hut Ka^lms ba^ s too JIITKII is not -,ood ioi them It is a mistake to think that mud mixed "\\ ith a lio^ 's t\.ed is s?ood foi him A conciete 01 boaid [ceding fiooi T\ ill pa\ foi itself m feed saved rind donhlc in Ito^ health Tf A on Trant the u^ht matfiial ·RING UP R A W L I N S AT THE SAUNDERS-TURNER LBR. CO. PHONE 247 Mi F F cooper represent- Infr the Troy Laundry Ma chlnery Co of Chicago while In town last veek visiting the b L i r L B L A U N D B S said This id t u e most up-to- d a t e Laundry doing the most nearly perfect work that I have seen in many dars Mr Cooper was In tilt- laundrv business hlrasoll I" Chicago for a number ir yea" --AriT" I FTTO _NriiAXi IIVEBY Speci 1 calls made foi Parties and Cans Phone 343. Chlllicothe Granitte Work* MONUMENTS Best Work Low Prices Fqu,'ped with Up-to- Dafe Machinery TELEPHONE 534 DEPUTY ijflSl i ··· t ^^iTc-te r ant -"-om *!" ^ u s v o i ^ j O f f l i e 841--PHONES--Rssldenco 71* F* fS 4 M I ·% ^ NLWSPAPLR!

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