\ THE CHILLICOTHE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1916. flL CONTEST The Senatorship is of almost equal importance to the Presidency. President AVilson could have accomplished little or nothing without the support of the Senate and Congress. If a hostile Senate be returned his hands in the net four years will be tied in many ways. The record of Senator James A. Reed is an open book. For the last six years he has ably represented and eloquenty expounded in the Senate the principles of Democracy. Little is known to the people of Walter S. Dickey, the Republican nominee. He has never held office, but his public ideals are set forth in the Republican State Campaign Book, in which it is stated at (pages 10 and 11:) "Those who knew Senator Mark Hana in the days of his dominance believe that Mr. Dickey has many of that great political chieftain's masterful characteristics as a political organizer, and will likewise demonstrate in the Senate hig splendid capacity for legislative leadership." For many years Mr. Dickey has been engaged in business undertakings of magnitude: has accumulated a vast fortune, and is rated as many times a millionaire. Republicans Nominate Only Millionaires for the Senate. As Mr. Dickey has no record of public service, and as he has demonstrated none of the usual attributes of a statesman, it ia fair to say that his only qualification which commended him to the Republican Party as its candidate was his great wealth. In norni- I nating him that Party has but followed its custom of thirty years ia Missouri of nominating for the Senate a mere money-bag. _ Millionaire Kerens. I For a long: time millionaire R. C. Kerens of St. Louis was the i financial angel of the Missouri'T^cpublican Party, and with, recurring regularity he was given the nomination to the Senate Â· ! 1 Millionaire Niedringhaus. In 1904. however, at a time when the Republicans controlled the Legislature, another milionaire, Thos. K. Niedringhaus of St. Louis Â·wrested from his fellow millionaire, Mr. Kerens, the Republican nomination. Some of the followers of the millions of Kerens refused to abide the caucus nomination of Mr/ Niedringhaus, and in consequence the Legislature deadlocked on the election of a Senator until the closing hour, of the session when Major William Warner, -whose capacity and Party service had entitled him from the start to the nomination, was elected. ' : Millionaire Dickey. Returning to its custom the Republican Party now presents millionaire Dickey as its candidate for the Senate. The Dickey Clay Pipe Company, of which candidate Dickey is practically the sole owner, was a member of the American Manufacturers Association, an incorporated lobby maintained for the purpose of controlling legislation at Washington. The exposures made by the notorious Mulhall before the lobby committee' of the Senate, of which Senator James A. Reed was the head, resulted in the expulsion of the lobby from Washington, and a dissolution of the Association.- Missouri is now presented with the disgraceful spectacle of a i member of that lobby association contesting for the seat of Senator j Reed, the man who played so important a part in destroying the lobby. Mr. Dickey is a reactionary Republican of the old stand-pat Â·chool. If elected he will at once align himself with such men as Boies Penrose, Reed Smoot, and Henry Cabot Lodge. He would never be found voting with LaFollette, Cummins, Kenyon and other Republicans of liberal views. He would be known as a mere millionaire member of the Senate; his voice not heard in debate. He could always be depended , upon to vote in the interest of aggregated wealth. Senator Reed has demonstrated hU legislative capacity; he received the thanks and commendation of President Wilson for his work in the framing of the Federal Reserve Bank Act; he exposed the lobby; he was selected by his colleagues to make the principle argument on the Shipping Bill; he was in the lead in the fight for ^ all beneficial labor legislation ; he assisted in preventing the strike j which would have been as disastrous as war; he has been on the Â·ide oi the people in all of the remedial legislation enacted during the administration of President Witeon. ' Missourians, Irrespective of party, should not he.itÂ«te In thÂ« Â«mteÂ« between Senator Reed Â«nd X*. Dickey. --Change' of Day-- 18th Year Here Reliability. Dr. Prettyinan "las. come to Omllieothe ever four weeks for- over 16 years and has done good conscientious work FKJ3E CONSULTATION. AND EXAMINATION New Leeper Hotel Chillicothe, Mo. Monday, Nov. 13,1916 --a -.00 a. m. to 3:00 p. ia.-- Returns Every Four Weeks OH. PRSTTYMAN IB a graduate of ttie College or Hiiysieians and Surgeons, Ne^ York City, one of tile best Medical Schools ID the United States He has bad years of experience In the great hospitals ^ad twenty years special practice. He poicua with pride to his many Â· cures i.o C h i l l i c o t h e and vicinity. He Treat* AcutÂ« wucl Chrtmic Caliirrh, Kinging in Uie ji;irÂ», Deafness, liseaytjÂ» of the SÂ£ye, ;ir, NosÂ«d 1 Uroat, Ijun^to, Stomach, Ueaj-s, i.:ver, -Kidneys, Uowols itn] tliiickier. Nervous Disease* Weuritis, Nervous Proylvutioil, XKiiniljrJÂ«. Eiiiieps.v (Pits), KliCEimnXisin Â£ivon bpcciaj n t - pontion- THOSE HnfTenne: f r o m Nervousness.DU- Â£ine?3, - C o n f u s i o n of Idea^. Aversion to Society, Defective VTeruory.Nervous Debility,Sleeplessness, Weakness am] Exhaust i o n , treated by the latest and Â·Â·M.'s* raechodfi Blood and Skin Diseases icne. Eczema, Psor'asls Scrof- u l a aod all oilier Blood and'Skin Diseases treated:. Diseases of Women Treated In the most satisfactory manner. Our home treatment la plear.ant to use and gives good results. The doctor carries all his portable i n s t r u m e n t s , and comee prepared to examine the most obscure medical " a n d surgical cases. Correspo'ndeoce solidt- ed. Address. OB PRETTYMAM 12O2 ELMDALE, AVE. OHICAOO. ILL. Rexall Stores Straw Vote Who is going to be elected-Hughes or Wilson? That is the auestion. The Rexall Straw Vote will tell you. How, because it is National in scope. No straw vots ever taken "before was national ID character. N o -one ever had the organization to do it before. How ?can the Rexall Company do it 7 'Because we have over 8 0 0 0 store? located in every state in the Union, in little towns and in cities ol 6 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . See onr windows for results. Bui. letins coming daily. This vote is taken in all walks of life. The nopular vote in first bulletin is 180,000 votes and indicates thai it is going to he some race. If you want to be posted, study the Bulletins on the Rexall windows. Clark's Pharmacy "The Rexall Store'' ]hil!icothe, Mo. ST URGES. There was a large crowd attended Sunday- school at Union last Sunday morning. The young men of Union church will entertain the young ladies class with an oyster supper November 3 at Ed_ -WHhite's. Miss Irene Kriner attended the _masquerade party which was given at 'the lioiue of her brother, Ray Kriner, last Friday night. Mr.' and Mrs_ R. A. Slater and i daughter \Vilma ot New-town Missou- j ri are visiting relatives here. Miss Minnie Slater s p e n t the holidays witk .her friend, Miss Florence Thompson. - . | Messrs. Ray Hornecker, Robert Piter, Archie Cox, Harry Marlow, Herbert Williams, all m o t o r e d to Laredo last Sunday ill the 'Marlow car. Mrs. Jennie Slater is spending n. few days w i t h the George Kriner family. Miss Irene K r i n e r is spending thj week with Miss Minnie Slater. The revival meeting at Chula was well attended Saturday night. Bro. Glenn is holding a revival ' I meeting at Centenary church. | Alan Thompson and Gleim Cloudiv- j spent Sunday evening in Farmersville. . j There is no change in the c o n d i - tion oi L'awrence U h r a m a c h e r . Mrs. Win. U h r a m a c h e r is visiting her parents i n ' L i n c o l n , Neb. Mrs_ -.Lloyd Littrel] is v i s i t i n g her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. U h r m u e h c r . J u l u m ' T h o m p s o n - a n d family \\-ere shopping in Cliul;i.' Saturday. The Domestic Science clnb vvas en- t e r t a i n e d by Mrs. Jer.se Hopei- last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. W i l l i a m s and i ' a m i l y wore shoppers in C h i l l i c o t h e Monday. Tho D e m o c r a t i c speaking which was held in Sturges Thursday night I was heard by a large audience | There was q u i t e a few f r o m t l i i s j part of the neighborhood attended church, at C h n l a Saturday night. Deiil'nes^ Cannot I5e Cured. by local a p p l i c a t i o n s , as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constU-irtionai remedies. Doafness is caused by an inflamed c o n d i t i o n of the mucous lin_ ing of the Eustachiau'Tube. Whe. 1 this lube is inflamed you have a rura- j b i i n g sound or imperfect hearing, and when H is entirely closed, Deafness is i t h e result, a n d unless the inriamma ( i o n can be taken out and this tube Â·estored to its normal condition, hearing w i l l be destroyed f o r e v e r ; n i n e cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is n o t h i n g but an inflamed con- d i t i o n of the mucous surfaces. We will give One H u n d r e d Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by C a t a r r h ) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. * F. J: CHENEY CO., Toledo, Orio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall' Family Pills Â£or con stlpation.- Announcement. I have contracted with the Interna. tional Harvester Co. for the full line of McCormick line of farm machin ery. Any one w a n t i n g repairs foi any part of this line, including gat engines and creanj separators will be furnished by me. E. H. LAKE, ) Phone 81 a. 506 E. Webster street. Cnillicothe, Mo. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner ot the firrn'j of F. J. Cheney Co., doing business I in the city of Toledo, County a n d ; State aforesaid, and that said firm | will pay the sum ot ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tiie use ot HALL'S CATARRH CURE FRANK 'J. CHENEY. ' Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th- day of December, A. D. 1S86. ' (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. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. One way- to relieve habitual constipation is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan's Regulets are reco.ra- mended for this purpose. 25e a box at all drug stores. C h i l d r e n Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O A S T O R I Plenty of Apples. At Mathews' orchard, 5 1-2 miles northwest of Ohillicothe. Handpicked, no rot, no worms. No. 1 at 75c; No. 2 at 40c. 27-6t C. N. Mathews. No-w Is tr time to lay in your coal -'or winter. Before buying, see E. H. ;,ake, ~or i ,one 818. 17-tf Wrigley's is a constant friend to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. The refreshment and comfort of this toothsome, long-la's ting confection is within the reach of everybody. Its benefits are many -- its cost Â«small. That's why it's tssed around the world. Nothing else can take its place. Gltew it ssHsr every meal Write Wrigley's 1644 Kesner Building, Chicago for the funny Spearmen's Gum-ption Â· * 644 5 per cent Prior Payment Privileges Gill Ryan North Side Square .' D. COBURN. Nuggets oi Wisdom and Advice Gathered from the Agricultural Press COMPILED ET F. D. COBURN of Kansas Author ot "A.ira.lfa," "Swine Husbandry," "The Book oi Alfalfa," "Swine In America," und for twenty-odd year* secretary ot the Kansas Department of Agriculture. Something New in Farm Books 'WRITE FOR OUR PROPOSITION. THE ST. J O S E P H N E W S - P R E S S CJRCUI-.ATIOX DEPARTMENT. Mr. F. F. (jooper, represent- Inp the Troy Laundry Ma- chlnery Co., of Chicago, while 'In town last -week visiting the 6 i.- I F E R L A U N D R I said, "This Is the most up-to- date Laundry, doing the most nearly perfect work that I have seen in many da^s." Mr. Cooper was in the laundry business himself in Chicago .. for R number or vars.--Ai!v BEFORE YOU BUY COAL CALL, VI' THE STANDARD COAL and JUNK CO. TELEPHONE 718 VB stXLi IT FOR LESS. WE PAY MORE FOB .ICTNK 106 Second St., Chillicothe, Mo. NEWSPAPER!
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