The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 1, 1916 · Page 13
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 13

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THB'iT«HlLLICOTHE WEEKLY' CONSTITUTION WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1916. list of splendid prizes presents an en Hong opportunity to many moie The St. Louis Republic exeicisP'j much, thought and care in selecting for its prize automobiles such cars as the ultimate winners -will be proud to u-nn Best ot All is the $1,725 West cott Six a classy 7-passenger modal The Chaudlei Six, costing H 330. «, another fiee prize A J,,ll^ Slude baker, a ? IA10 Velie Six, a Reo Sn ·noith. ?1,175, and a Chalmers, selling at $1 120 aie among the beautiful awards, besides ten other cais Even car is a 1817 model therelore con taming the impiovements and equip men I that next ycai's autoinobilo' will have 'Ihe .automobiles . ncl othei p n / p _ can be won bs the snnplot expedient of gatheung votes Free votes arc published eveij day m The St Loin-. Republic, Mhilo thofisaucls of addi, tjonil \ o t o , can be secured by as sistnig in extending the circulation ol The St Loins Republic among iriends Not only aie the awaids worth oveiy effort to secuio but thp gathering of votes will prove a fas- cmatmg pursuit Pull details of The Republic's eim paign, iMth illustiated descnptions of the sixteen automobiles and eveiy thing neeesisaty to stnrt m the cam paign v ill be mailed tree by addi ess- ing the Campaign Manager, St Louis Republic St Louis, Mibsouii ®T?i f! c H-i^r^ ^* # »;-»f -, * ~TM 'VA «;S U33 fow ^\ Hli the niaj,n, ot a N e w \ O l K S l l L L L b a S i l l ' o H, ' JT.UI and \ \ a n i K i ' -\\ Uic Majpstit. Theatio on Nov SUi when S ^ l w i a piesent this most da/'liu spectict lai I l O i ! ; Upo 11 come i \ \ i d i u b d a v A, Co w i ) ., ^nd ludic H o p w o o d l o j a l l i n e an. excellent tabl 01 i oils ol tl e A v ei of faiccs, with lai ceurs 'Fair and WTnci" iaj.dc one ol those successes alouj, Bioadv.ay thai ket oif, No 2 haul l u u up the standaid foi all later at No J hard ;! 79 to ' · I S O to $1 S4 No LIVE STOCK mm. Kansas C i t j , M o , Nov 1 -- Cattlf ieeip1s 1 4 , 0 0 0 , m u ket Head^ \ Steois ?5 T, to Ml, c o n s and hell I 11 s s l S O to «,9 2 1 ) slockeis auc ieedeis ?5 75 to ".S 0 0 , calves ?6 00 to ",10 50 Hog i oceipts 17,000 , m a i k e t steich Bulk ol sales, 10_60 to MO lie. \ i SO r 0 to 1,1010, medium V 9 S O to ·;10 1=1, light $9 50 to 110 Sheep S 0 0 0 , m a i l e t steady U Think of the Telephone Let yom telephone save ' on the worry and inconvenience whicli js often occasioued_ by shopping dm me, these vauu days. Cultivate the h a b i t of "shopping liv phr e ' ' -- it's quick convenient and vitisfactoiv m eveiy way. When vou phono !!·, ail O' cler vou rruw ie sure of the same fateful s e i \ i t e as u vou visited o 11 ^toie CALL ONE - ONE ·\\hcn A on need am (June, i n d i u i s or other dum store e,oods. Call M. hen A O U h a v e an emcic,eney need -- and a--k foi "quick dcliveiv.' 1 Call vrben von have a prescription to be Compounded. RYEURN'S PHARMACY "THE SERVICE STORE" EMPIRE Steam Heated VEXTLLATFD weak Lamba I t 30 lo S7 u 3 , f 3 ^0 to SO 85. Kansis Citv, and Nov tiactions It sold out trom its flrsi peilormance, so that t h c i e was never anv Np\i. Yoik a-dveitising necessat^ It made more nionej at the Ellin.; Theatre than 'Within the Law ' ha-1 made there f o u r j e a i s before, \\hicli till ' Tair and Warmer" was the 'big, business" record It was in demand from e~\ery part of the country, i good six months before Selwyn Co were able to put it on tour, thus a., suring it an eager welcome 1 --V 7 heat m i. t f l S2 to SI S T , I J 1 b 6 , No 2 i ed j 3 ted $1 77 to f l S2 Coin maiket off No 2 mixed 90c t 0 $1, No a mixed 97c to 5Sc, No 2 white $101 SCRATCH SO THAT MAY VOTE YES ON NO. 3 6-S-S-e NOT BY MY VOTE IN MISSOURI. « Men may have strong drink and men may sell liquor in Misouri but XOT BY MY VOTE Saloons maj go on like a brook, forever, and men may die by he thousands, but NOT BY MY VOTE Truth may be crushed and character dismantled, homes may lie destroyed and women and children beggared, but NOT BY ML 1/OTE ! Children may be caught in the saloon snare, the victims of Icohol may fill our jails, almshouses and insane as-ylums. but NOT V MY VOTE The sa'oon may impoverish and degrade people" prodtice idle- ss, disease and pauperism. It may breed anarchy and cnine, t NOT BY MY VOTE. The -tate ma\ license the drink traffic ?nd for a cons. deration ke "a icvwird against the innocent" and bargain av\a) the public .ilth and the public rnoials, but XOT BY Ml VOTE l l i L liquoi tiaffic maj LOrrup't the social and political life of sissot i it ma\ \\ orm its way into all business and even into the des-tro ^-d and women and children beggaied, but NOT BY MY DTE The bells may toll the death knell of a human being s'flin by r im e \ e i \ f h e minutes of the day, but XOT BY MY VOTE ·' Scratch "No" and -vote "Yes" on AMENDMENT NUMBER HRLE and stop all these things. Perilous IJOAC. The next number ot 'Gloria's Ro mancc ' with, the star supreme, Billie I Burke will be entitled "Penlous | Love 'T he stoiy v/ill show the stai as a college student Miss Burke s rendition of the part of a college girl will present tier m the giace anrt charm oi s^\eet girhshness and ^\ill deal nith. the bieaking of blue-stock ing rules and the like-aln ays ending in foigiveness for the offender The picture will also show hei attending the opera at the Metropolitan Opera Hoase, New York The beutiful opera coat Tvorn on this occasion b\ Miss Burke will make the picture all the more interesting. This, the third series, will be shown at the Majestic Theatre next Friday evening Procuce Market. Furnished by Henderson Sou Produce Co , SOI L,ocubt street, Chillicothe, Mo : Hens 14 cts , springs 16 ct~ cocka Sc, ducKs 9c, geese 6c, eggs 2 S c , butter fat, 34 UOJL.UCS ROGERS. Dealeis in IL:dcs, Tallon, Wool, Fiirs. Ueesuax and Feitthers. Salt Cuied Hides, flat Pait Cured Hides dreen Hides bulls and Glues ! Deacons DOROTHY BERNARD AND GLES WHITS Ln a Uallopniu, 10 n.pice oi tlie llace Trai k 'SPORTING BLGQB" I f - ,i S-ox Pl.iv S T O C K T O N ' S O n C! H 503 S T 3 A Shows at 7:15 3-30 p. in. PRICES 3 an.' 10' Ot · . C O M I N G TOjMOllROAV--BESS-IS BAERISCALE in a Tria-gle Play " HONOR'S ALTAR" MACK SWAIN in a Keystone Comedy, "HIS AUTO RUINATION" FE11JAY--MME. OLGA PETROVA in a great Metro Play, "PLAYING WITH FIRE" SAT URDA Y A PTE RNDON a- n 1 NJ G III" 1 -SEVENTH EPISODE of ' PEG O' THE RING" and "A ROMANCE OF BILLY COAT HILL"--Big Red Feather Play. Skunks Hoise Hides No and tail Hoi se Hides Pony Hides rso 1 Tallow . Vo 2 Tallow .at value $1 50 t 0 ^2 00 25c to 50c full mane ?G 50 3 00 3 0 0 10 PBiSC CHAPEL FREE--NIGHT PHONE 44 3O1; DAY 397 A. Meinershagen Son UNDERTAKERS and FUNERAL DIRECTORS H. L. KECKE, Licensed Imbalmer. CHAS. GIBBS, Asst. 7se Constitution WaniAds .St. Loins ftepnbliu aiukes A»tounil]nn Oiler to Ambitious Women. Surpassing m liberality any oltei ot its kind ever given in this section The St Louis Republic is olfenng to young women a remaikable oppoitun itj ol winning sixteen luxunous mo- toi cais viithout a cent ot cost Olhei handsome piizes, including spaiklm ( 3 diamond rings Victioias, e t c , aie jj so to be distubtifed fi ee among those fl h 0 icspond to the off i The glitteung arra oi automobile^ is attiactmg tho eager attention o, thouands ujon thousands ot people, and the good news of The Republic' automobile and pn/e campaign i*sweeping in e\ ery direction Automobiles aie something no' e\er;one can buy To obtain one without paying mone for it is some thing that seldom occurs Its pos session means pleasure unalloj ed pleasure that only big money can buy -- except in this campaign^ The opportunity is open to women, wheth er residing in city or country Those residing in the outside districts do not have to compete ^ ith candidates in Greater St Louis, as they have an equal prize list o-f their own to share in Everv woman, married or single from sixteen years up, has an etiuai chance to become the owner of an automobile The ambition to succeed is the principle requisite Already' manv aspirants are beginning to par ticipate in the campaign, but the lon°; ; THE PIONEER PRODUCE BUYERS OF CHILLIOOTITB. j SWIFT COMPANY I ALWAYS PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR PRODUCE AND CREAM Tomorrow's Market. HENS 14 SPRINGS 16 COX '. 8 TURKEYS 18 DUX F F F 8 GEESE r F P 6 P S BUTTER 26% EGGS . . . - 2 8 CREAM - 31 stic Theatre Wednesday, November 8th Selwyn Company (Pioduceis of ""\Yithin TLc La^", "Under Cover," "T win Beds" and Mar^eret Illiington in "The Lie", etc.) Presents THEIR ANNUAL LAUGH FESTIVAL "Fair and Warmer" By Avery EJppwood. The Farce which rim for One Year at the Eltinge Theatre, New York, and broke all records for bis business. Prices--$1.50, $100, 75c and 50c. Advance Sale of Tickets "t the Music Shop. Sale Starts Monday Moining, Nov. 6ih. -FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER MISS ftlLLIE BURKE THE STAR SUPREME , WILL BE PRESENTED IN THE TRIED OF THE SERIES OF GLORIA'S ROMANCE entitled -THE PERILOUS LOVE" Miss Brake -\vill he seen in tlic part of a college £ir], with nuiir a collene prnnk, breakina Ijlue-stoekino rules, and later m her beautiful opera coat, at the Metropolitan Opera JIousp A beautiful picture pioduction with a pleasing stoiy told MUSTCAL SELECTIONS BY THE LADIES EIGHT PIECE ORCHESTRA Shows 7.15 - 8.30 ' ADULTS 1O; CHTT.D 5*

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