.! j 'aw Hi A FWU w Ms^Kas^fXMu-XS: ' ' - - - ' " ' ~ J * X'- .,"'Â· PAGE EIGHT THE CHILLICOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION a flnaanrTr 1 IWL 71 muawLnii n orth Â·Â·'".Â·"-''"" ^"* Do yen reel the label to know Â·whether- your baking powder is made from cream cf tartar or, on '(he other Hand, from alum or phosphate ? ' . t " Dr. Price's. Cream Baking Powder is maGe from cream of tartar, derived from ^ grapes, and adds to" the 'food only whole- -t'Sqrne Jaualifies. 'Â·' . Some baking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for .. cream of tartar because of their cheapness.^ Never sacrifice quality 'arid healthfulness for low price. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED FROM GRAPES HAILOWFEN M i COXSIDERABLK .DKriTKL'CiO.N v,$ Others Spent 'tho i uxocenfc Fun ^\o A Wero KAXSA.V HANDS OVMR $2OO TO AF-RAJiliE STKAXGEB .JUST BECAUSE HJi ASJC10D IT Kansas City, Nor. 1.--It was a sunny day when J. C. Brown left Uie pretty girls and the C u p i d Protective association, at .Smith Center, Kas., for a visit to Kansas City, KaÂ». The sun still -was shining as he stood a t . F i f t h street and Minnesota avenue j this morning:. A man espied h i m . Rushing up h j said: "How are y o n , anyway. My name's Carter of Beatrice, Neb. How's rivy folks clo-wn your way?" Brown warmed to the affable stran. ger immediately. . \ ' "I--they're fine," lie replied. "I;. Of this country--those who after know- a lot of Carters down around ! months' and even years of s u f f e r i n g Smith Center." Â· | have been restored to health ami "That so? I knew you would, and. I strength by that good old-fashioned lett.jiome hurriedly," apologetically, "and ha've run a little short." .,, Brown handed over the m.oney. In about 40 m i n u t e s he walked into the police-station hurriedly. "He didn't cttjfija* bajil;,"-h^exp^ibi- ed, "and I j u s t ' remembeiy re^d'ing about how them lcind.,'oÂ£ feU'eiEs. you meet in a city are--what do^ydTi cal] 'em?--Oh, y.es-rrcon Â·Plf. n -?v'r^..^^3"' ne ; I w o n ' t be back." ""'''" '^"-~~" "I'm afraid not," replied the officer. And now there's a warrant charging embezzlement outstanding'for Mr. Carter of Beatrice,. Neb. !?e'en s p i r i t r u u r i f e last ' ~ *. -J* ' ^;' '' "Â·! 'V Â· | Wednesday inorning wagons c o u l d [ be seen on the sidewalks and park' ings, fences which had been torn dovfti -was- in ,tbe .streets, chairs removed from ' porches "c'buld be seec hanging on telephone and electric light pb'lls/Hvindows b'ore. the evidence ol having a goodly supply' of soap au4 .many other evidences were visible that the young people made mer' : ry during the early hours of the night. Considerable destruction tc property was also noticeable. Â·The First ward showed' evidence jf the work of vandals, in which a greal deal of .property such as gates and fences torn down and destroyed, wagon wheels removed and hidden. All efforts of the police and special officers to apprehend the offenders proved futile. '-Â·The HaUowe'eners were in such large crowds that the officers had trouble i n ' h a n d l i n g them. WANTED STRAW--Will pay $4.50 a ton, stack r u n , in 'car. W i l l ' receive it at W h e e l i n g , Cream Ridge Samps-el, Lock Springs, B e d f o r d Â·Fountain Grove, Utica and C h i l l i - cothe_ Will also buy your hay. o l d G w l T. S. Bishop. Mothers and Wives by George, I'm going t o visit them Got any money on y o u ? " - root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound--are the "Oil, just a litle--couple of n u n . " ones who have spread the good news dred dollars or so," Brown replle'.l I of health restored, u n t i l today there o p u l e n t l y The s t r a n g e r was so w e l l ' is hardly a town so small that the dressed- ' j ^ o m e n who surfer from female ail"Let me have a couple of hundred j ments do not depend upon Lydia H and I'll be back in 80 minutes with'-.a ] Pinkham's Vegetabye Compound tc draft on my home bank. You see Â£ | restore health. WANTED--Industrious man with team and wagon, capable of earning '$100 per m o n t h , selling- Raw. leigh's 129 Household P r o d u c t s -Medicines, Extracts, Spices, Toilet Articles, Stock and Poultry Prepara. tiojis, Gasoline Engines, e t c . . t o farmers. Must give good reference, and f u r n i s h contract signed, by two responsible men. Also Men and Women to sell in Cities and. Towns. For lAill -particulars, address, giving ago occupation and references. The W. T. Raw-Ieigh Company, Freeport, 111. nlwlt Princc Albert iÂ» told everyw in toppy reef btigx, Sc; tidy half-pound tin humidors -- and -that clever cryttal-tflojta p o u n d 'humidor with sponsu-mais tenet top that ftuep.i Hie tobacco in tuch mplcndid condition. P. A. puts new joy into the sport of sjsoldag! \/OU may live to Â·*Â· be 1 1 0 and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know -the joy a^d contentment of a friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get .on talking-terms with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the x goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch .' You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into,. the. nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a t supply of P. A." You. pay out a little change,.. to be sure, but it's the cheer- fullest investment you'.ever made! ~- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Wincton-Salem, N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynold. Tobacco Co. SEAT SALE NOW personal Direction of J. A. DARNABY- A gigantic Fun Feast such as has never before been planned by any organization at any time or fiace COURTING IN COURT" Â·A N THURSDAY NIGH With a host of pretty girls, and handsome beaus in a series of spectacular, esthetic dances and singing choruses, rivaling in artistic charm and grace the most pretentious New York production 100 People Special Scenic Effects Elaborate Wardrol NOTE--Those who secure from an Elk, previous to Monday, Oct. 30, a ticker, t h e y - w i l l be givtn preference of locarion presented at Chillicotbe Music Shop, Monday, Oct. 30; a r 9 a. m. Ri member no tickers w i l l be laid aside for prfyooe under i circumstances. Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00 .lN.EWSPA.PERr NEWSPAPER!
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