The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 1, 1916 · Page 12
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 12

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THE CHILLICOTHE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION ^WEDNESDAY, NOV 1,1916 J rfrr f^ ^ . - j j · l more ciuicklj formed than there are JL 116 V^OIIS Ll LllulOn laiger holdings But lou w i l l tiud al Including the Chillicotho Constitution The Mail and Star and Chillicotha Democrat Owned and published by J A M E S E A \ A T K ^ S Entered at the Postoffice a-t C h i l l i c o t h e Missouri as second class matter $3 00 TCIIMS OK sTJBscinrrio-v b j Carrier in the Cit of Chillicothe per ear Per weelt DiTLT by Mall Post ge paid In L H l n s s t o n County per vear DAILY by "Mail Postage paid outside of L.i\ingston County WEEKLY postage paid pfcr e a r ** °° A detallefl sworn "tatemont of elrcu latlon w i l l Be f u r n i s h e d at a n j time when reqiiestel b} an adicrtiser SO t h i t there will be mam 11101 e loun., men who will sa e enough moue to enable them to bifx ID tu '0 acies of land and undei this lai e,et a loin of 50 pel cent on i t \nother 31 t nefit tint this law 10 going to be 111 ivn opinion 1= that these mutu il lo in issociation «.re going to be a, g i e i t factor m the co o lei tion imon e the t i i m e i s II 1 0 go ng to b r i n g a b o u t better umn e i i l eondit ons tor t i e l i i m e i and b e t t e r m a i k e t m g conditions and 1 h a \ e a d \ o e i t e d ind 1 hope to see t i e d i w h e n t h e i e w 1 be l i e i o u t w i cheouscs r-nou 0 li o w n e d b \ t i n e o i n i o n s to hold w h e a t ind o 1 or grains to rasuie reason ible tud soun 1 i i i r l e t i u g and the la mei is ible tc L o n o u mono} it j u s t is lo\\ l i it^ ot mteiest as tho biggest gi i n m in in the \ \ o i l d \ n o t h e i icsult of this long t n u p loinmg will be that moie of the in INDEPENDENT VOTERS FLGCIHO WILSON POLITIC \lj OIMN ION DRiriS O\ FU message tioni secietnv ot thr VU-Il Ij-IUNC.I } O.O I'll! His Doimmnl ] evtiues ot tlic C nn- p ii-,ii l*e tee iml Pi osjje it Vie Y t t i letnv Iho ^ ttion JH Genci il former m i j o r of Seattle and f o u n dei of the Seattle Constiuctioii and JDi-v Dock company which b u i l t the battleship iNebi iska a h i e Ion 0 Re publican has come out foi Pisi dent \\ilson The George R Martin , ,,,. .,,, "Washington branch of the Independ ent league states that tlieie are 6- a f f i l i a t e d W i l s o n leagues in the state w i t h a total membership of 21 700 Sen itoi Core of O l l i h o m t w i c l C h i n 1111^ M c C o i n u e k Irom Spo! ant be is confident the pi evident w 11 c u n C o o i a d o l u l l Icl ho O i e g o n j.ud \ \ a s h n i o t o n s Hi" Demoei its l i n e hacked the R e p u b l i c ins oil the b o n d s in Idilu itoi Hoi i state t 0 V v i l s j n FRANK B NORMAN SAM M JARVIS Norman 6t Jarvis HOME FMBALMERS and FUNERAL DIRECTORS , Day Phone 417 Night Phones 153 - 569 "\e\i \oi\ "\oi 1--As the cam 1 ai tt ii d a \ \ s to i elos 1 the d i i t t i t independent polit e 1 011111011 to Pies i ident TV ilson bt c o n e s i 1 uiclsl dc 1 |C Eeued et P i e l i c i t Clevel in 1 ' \ ancl I '"» l o l d · elose I 1 end w h o has not il\v i j "^ conceded the been i W i l s o n mm has mno ne 1 i s n s Sonatoi f o e s message h s s u p p o i t ol Pi e v i d e n t \\ ilsou in I C l i u i m a n M c C o m c k retried l e t t e r to U c Demoei it e nat oual com I lettei l i o m J r Ivci i ch man ol nuttee C o m m o d o i e Benedict s nd t h o Don oci it c cpntial comn ittee o I im doing mi be^t in p u b l i c in ( l u m l v 7 m "winch th Or L,IAIGSTO COUNT1 R OF VFLB CITi OP CllUjLICOTHE ElF 11 OCI*AT 1C ft V 1 I O V L 1 I C K D T or Pr si 1 nt-- "\\ OODROVv TVILSON **or v i c e Piesitle-i -THO M A S K ]V r "YRSHALiL in liocui-iir s i l i e n i K C ' * or Senator-- JAMI.S A REED come f i o m the i i i m c m be placed into equipment tor the f a i m Not on | lj equipment bringing larger r e t u i n s ] | in dolUrs but mak ng t a i u i h lite on ' l the far^m m o i e pleasant These farm l l o i n bonds will be issued by the laud banks will constitute tlie flist l e i l iniestment that we have eiei had In j the bnited States The cli mces to loss are absolutely nil lhe will b^ w i t h i n the i each ol am miestoi There w i l l a l w a y s be a. gi eater cle mania for these bonds th in the s u p pli can hossibK be in the laicest use of the SA stem and I believe that the interest late w i l l b» no lughe than on fust cl iss a i h o i d bonds OLK I '" J R C D I T i r K u GAI For T j i e i t aa t G o v e r n o r -- ·f, A.L,L\CF CROSbLCT For S f c i e t ' i i ot Stite-J O l t s J MJUjlAAis "o S t V i i -- IOH-N I CO! DON Fo~ S t a t e Ti as i OT -- t nR r IT "MIDDI ris-AMP e or A t l o I * G lleia.1--· I X N ' s . \A Alt A T I I S T C R I , , To J u d = e a u p i e m e C o u i t Dnislon | 1 * t- 11 o l No 1 vpours J'l \ C 1 \ HI C 0 \ 1 S tells of mam p r o m i n e n t R e p u b l i c t n L aud P i o g i e s s n e s in V i i / o n i \\lio are a n n o u n c i i i 0 s u p p o i t o r Piesidoil Wilson V m o n g these are D r San gu netti one ot the w e i l t h i e s t l a n c i o w n e i s in Ui?ona O C Johnson Hep ibllcan nominee for supemsor in Yuma c o u n t j his bi other Ham lohnson tlso a lite long Republican r 10 ms D "Uolloi w h o j w a s i delo gite to the P i o f e i e s s n e consent on in 1912 and ^\ H bnoi 6j editoi ot the 'S u m i D i I j Exam nei a le id n, Mi Ken d eel ires tint m o i e th i half of the m e i i b e i s of the W o n o n s V o o d i o w A\ ilson club ot thf stato ai e f o i m e i Republic ns l^ven in New T l u i p s h i r p the di is the sane Piof C e o i g e V ^\ i c k II \ BaggerK o d i t o i ot the San o£ D , l l m o l L h co]lpgo who , , T O S O i:\cn !!,, Ne\ nd V l b e i t [ . . , , ,, . . _ t , t in privxte lor President A^ ilson P dominant foatuies ot the c a m p i i g n aie peice ind p i o s p e u t j lesultin^ t i o i i Mr W i l s o n s wise efforts to m a i n t i m them at all hi!aids Tiom San r i a u c i s e o w inl eomcs that R u d o l p h Spiecklos one ot HIP fit^'s leading banl eis ind Piogias sivc Republicans w h o is as i c i i \ e in civic i c l o m as he is in b u ^ i n e s ind who I n m c e d the San 1 lane seo g r i f t prosecution h i s innounced toi "Vi ilson I Ihe same message brought now | of a 1 ke decision bv tlie n o t e d l i o g i e ^ s n o Atatt I S u l l u in ox duel ] istice ot C a l i f o r n i s u p i e m e co n t It also t o l l of the u s g l l l i o n H o n i the R e p u b l can st ite committee ol A F ·· 0 b u p L C o u i t D i \ i s i o n M -y gl e 1 ClC ll I g I n t e l e^-t ho p l o s p c l l U i 11 u 1111 tio SL list cs show h it lei» t l It is a m a t t e i ot i ot 11 p o i t i n c e is w 11 Lhe Pfi-sen j d i o c o u i t i j is ue to \"V IT T I VMS = c \ C u i t ot Aipe-1 BL-VND For Ju 1st I E^V IK.tr l "*or Coi g st.m n -T\ \\ 1 TJCKDR For Ju I c- cl 11 r li al Cucuit -IOU-S C L.E01 VRD D I M O t I V l l C C O d A l Y J I C K E i ?or Reptcsentati-ve -- · 1 1 AA KISSICK ^o 1 - fcl 1 1*^ -JAMES J BROWN For Tieasurer -G A McBRIDE For Pros cut! - Attorney -FRA^K W ASHBT Tor Judge Coi ntv Court Eastern Dist -JOHN W ALEXANDER For Jud_'e County Court "Western Dlst WILLIAM -VICCA.RTHT For Public Aclmuilstrator -- JAMEb ^L,11 TRELIi For Coroner -DR W M OIRDTSER For Surveyor -- · JO BROADDLTS _ __ CASH! OB 1HC J Some tew Republican campaign"! and writers hive stated that the Rui al Credit bill was a fake and oE no i ilue to the tanner Heie is the statement of P ^ Gobel ot Kan=i Citi piesident of the 4.mericau Bankers Vssociition made before the Federeal roim_ Loan board at To peka Ihe need of such land banks is beot mdicxted b^ the peicentage o farn mortgages held bj lite mstii inee companies These companies are particular as t o seeui it and w h e n thej get one o£ their liking the\ make a lower rate of interest than the avenge banker or private mone) lendet- These loans ai e made at about the same rate is the land ban] loans would bear But there is one disadvantage and here the land banks Tvould be of great assistance ·nhen these insurance company mott gages mature U ma-, be m a panic or in a panickv time and money som° times impossible to obtain or if ob i t h i e o I ei cent ot oui exioi s i n t i e lis flscil \ e a r ^ is w i m i n i t i o i I but of co i-so a g i e i t i im olhei ex ( p o i t s such is ho scs into uol ile-i |tood and other things w e i e used n I the i i i l a t u i opei itions H o \ \ e \ e thit m i y be the tact still remains tint the p i o p o r t i o n is not -verj g i e a f l and the piobabilit^ is that it will be more than made up foi b% the othei needs of Euiope when pe ice is de clared Charles M Schwab charrmai of diirectois of the Behlehem Steel l o m p a n j in System sa\ s ·Vlthough the Lnited States " shipmg a laiger proportion of tabu cated articles and raw material than evei before the bulk of these fbaii cated ai tides is drawn from the oidi naij course of bus ness ' I do not expect any sudden change i i_ iniiu icturing conditions mimed atel^ upon the coming ol peico Peace will affect onH future and not piesent orders So tu as the ste 1 trade is conceiued peace will bung no sudden chinge ind thei e will be ample time and oppoitunitj to trans torm gradual!} most of the purelj munitions plants into o i d m i r j ma chine factories I am entirely optimistic he con tinue» aa t c the tuture ot the Unit ed States provided the business ot the nation and the business ot the individual are managed on soum economic lines We should be able not only to keep aM that we ha\e but to get more Coining from the real head o£ the concern that has profited ° o greath bj wir orders Mr Schi\ads opm ion verv effectively contradicts the idea the Republicans have atte iiptecl to disseminate that with the eesssa Loeb i p i o i n n nt Sin Ttuncisco H w i O i who w is a Pio-,iessno le 1 ei Both ire w oil ing foi \\ilson Bishop b L A l e C o i n e l l o Almnc sot i s e xt the lollow i- n o si^e tc Toseph II Prico cl in m in ol the c\ comn ttoo ol the \ \ o o l i o \ \Ailson Independent leisue I heai \\-\ I n 01 Ihe f l e c t i o n ol Woocliow ~\\ ilson ind I decplj i egi t that I cinnot come E st to m i l speeches tor him ~\[i Piice also lecened word f r o Seattle TV ash tfiat Hobeit Stoi ui j chairman o r tne Progress \ e sMtr c o m i n t t e e f o u i ^ e ^ l s ago P \\ I o \ e ] 0 \ o f N a s l i i w h o w is i p i o n i n e n t mombr-i ol tlio coi im I tec in i T i a n l V l u s R i o \ e ecliloi ot thr II n o - v c i O a / e t P who w a s s e n o l a i of the P t epublicxn s t a t o r o n i m l t o o 11 a n n o u n c son tl cir u i p o i t ol Tor earache toothache pains bums scalds sore throat try Dr Thomas Eclectic OiJ a splendid rem edy for eme'S^rciaa EnjberiaixiL WOULD onU at a high rate o i l tamed at al interest W hat interest rates will be aftei the w a i w h e n fo-eign indebtedness haq been adjusted I would not even -ventuie to guess Lnless we can know that we line a medium f o i m a k i n g loans that Mil koep the m i x i m u m nte do\ n there is no te h n ~ C o m p e t i t i o n will 1 PC" the i ite 01 f u s t cliss f i l m m x i U i g e s at or till del ta piesent i ite b l e i s r n ot this, law T.IIS is m \ cle- ib i ite l u l g n e n f bise-d on exi e ene° xnd dei'ing w f a i m c i s tor the la-.t tiir*\ fl\e ^ e ai d a large dealei in c-ed t= -so \ continued Mi Gobfl tion of war orders our fictitious prosperity will vanish On the con t r a i j the business of the nation w i = ue\ei more solidH established on o sound economic has s The only thing likelj to disariange it is a change in adm r isti ation th in legard to the succe s ot this piopo sition l a \ e no doubt in mi mind oE the ultimate success ot it Just how quickU the=.e farm loan associations w ill be formed to in extent large en ouch to enable these land banks to do business and the volume 01 bubine»= should do and w Inch would tint ._. enible the banks to reduce their per centime o" expense s problematical Ore Additional phase pf these land banl s is the assistance thei will b" t 0 the sma 1 fanner The small tar niers bori owing small sums will not as the\ now do haie to paj a larser i-itere t rate thin their brothers bor rowing larger sum« on larger bodies of lani I beheie tint in those counties w h e i e the farm holding are small j o u w i l l find that the f a r m loan tssociations w i l l be eaMei and I De ilnesb Cannot Be Ciireii by local appl cations as they canuo reach the diseased portion of the ea There is onlv one way to cuie deaf ne-s and that is b} constiMrtion* remedies Deafness is caused bs an inflamed condition ot the mucous 1m mg of the Bustachian Tube Vv he ) this tube is inflamed ou haie a rum i biing sound or imperfect hearing imd | ·"hen it is entirel} closed Deafness i the result and unless the infiamma tion can be taken out and this tub estored to ib normal condition hear rug will be destroyed forever nma cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will grve One Hundred Dollars for am case of Deafness (caused b Catarrh) that cannot be cured bj Hall s Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo Orlo Soid by Druggists 75c Take Hall Family Pills lor con st pat on Wilson or Hughes' Straw -40te will tell The j o u Rexall See it IT \7AS A CERTAINTY that the Chalmers combination of a high giade ecu:, manufacturing ability, and distributing organization c'" 1 lei have but ons rssult / T ~~^~j.. I7C j- i Quality e ready to buy a quality six- ; ^ van ted style, beauty, perform' ] ~j L..d not \vc I cnrieoessary size, or costly operating ( r "--\ \ l_L~1^C, ?-:^ r:\GTAirrANEOUS WELCOME that greeted the Li^ir icro ^ .--30. There was an iriesistible appeal in its marc L isly sr.iooLh and velvety engine, its almost unbelievable ' t .c i-up," its luxuncizs riding quolit.es, its economical up-keep. THAT IS THE REASON -V/IIY Chalmers business Is constantly growing. Tbct 13 why ,: T ^J rcccscary in the last few months to buiid now b ^ l c . - ^ 3, \-j re./ railway tracks, add to tne -a-aay cncr-ici 3 -il^abctu-ng facilities. That is why the c j S l "1 -^ "^ I l-cm 530 four-cylinder cars of the first f -^ r-c -~_- ~ r33 to r early 30,000 high-grade six-cylinder cc ^ r ^ ~3 D J"" jC"r THE C f l \LIv~ ~ .C1MPAI-IY ENTERS ITS GREATEST YEAR ^ L '~ cn u-.saJ car. I,"--:) ^^oauctioa and a splencadly eqvp-r-d facTory insuio Hu cc .l-iruance of a quality car at a y JieZ^twoi^y pr C6. --' Present Prices Touring Car, F vc-passeryer, $1090 Touring Car, Seven-passenger, S12SO, Roadster, $1070 Cabriolet, $1440 Tounng Sedan, $173C, Lraous ne, $2480 Town Car, $2480 (All jr cts f o b Del oit aid subject to clmnge w tl out not cO KO TE--The price of the 7 passenger Toumg Car and of closed car models on this chassis will shortly be advanced An early Border will receive benefit of present prices Chillicothe Motor Co. A. E. NORMAN C. E. MURPHY M. F. ALtOTT

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