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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Monday, November 6, 1916
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v DAJlXY CONSTFT0TIOB MONDAY, NOV. 6,1916. : tie Constitution ··'r.ding the Chillieothe Constitution, ·=· Mail and Star and Chillieothe "uocrat. Owned and published by A M E S E . W A T K 1 X s. entered at the Postofflce at ChlUicotfie Missouri, as second-class matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ' 'iX T by Carri er In the City ot Cnlllioothe, per year C3.OO Per week ] OAiLT by Mail, Postage paid m Livingston County, per year S3.00 DAILY by Mall, Postage paid outside of Livingston County Per year $5.00 ^SEKLY. postage paid, per year Cl.OO CIRCULATION. . A detailed sworn s t a t e m e n t of circulation will be f u r n i s h e d at any time , s*ttTn requested by an advertiser. ?BGE OJPPIdAti NEWSPAPER OP IJVINGSTON COUNTY KEWSPAPEB OF TOE CITY OP OHIIjI/ICOTHE THE visible part of Mr. Hughes' "visible* .g-overnmenft" consists of Messrs. Penrose, Crane, Smoot, Gallinger and Mann splendid record. It is customary to give the second term to one who has made a good record in his first term. Vote for Garrett McBride. PRICES AXI) KKPU1 CAMPAIGN COXTHIBUTIONS \ WOMAN WEAK, DIZZY, NERVOUS Under the Underwood tariff, which puts no fictitious prices on articles of i merchandise or food products, the present high prices are due to the natural law of supply and demand. Some price increases are caused by short crops, or the reduced supplv Jamaica, N. Y.--" I suffered greatly by reason of the European war; oth- j with my head and with backache, was ] Health Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ers by increased demand due to the war or other cause. The,leaders of the Republican party, the great contributors to the Rep u b l i c a n campaign f u n d , have no objection to these high prices. The Republican danvpaign tund. have no objection to these high prices. The Republicans have always boasted of being "the party of good times a n d ' high prices" and named the Demo.: crats as "the party of hard times, began taking it and I am now in good weak, dizzy, ner- v o u s , w i t h h o t Mashes and felt very miserable, as I was irregular f o r two years. O n e d a y when I was feeling unusually bad my sister-in-Jaw came i n a n d s a i d , 'I wish you would try Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound.' So I health and am cured. I took the Compound three times a day after meals, and on retiring at night. I always keep a bottle in the house." -- Mrs. L. N. BURNHAM, SoGlobeAve., Jamaica, N.Y. Women who recover their health naturally tell others what helped them. Some write and allow their names and bring the price of meat down? Wheat i photographs to be published with testi- ls up--James J. Patten gives thou- momals - Many more tell the* fnends. , nd ot the night that followed. when the farmer or laborer could get little or nothing for his work or the products of his toil." This old Republican argument is familiar to all. The price of meat is up--who believes that Ogden Armour contributes SS.OOO to the Hughes campaign to TIGERS ARE YET WITHOUT A SINGLE DEFEAT TRIMMED TEXAS BY THE CLOSE SCORE OF a TO 0. Mjssourians Are How Figuring "l)ope' T on the Missouri- Kansas Game. tho. (By Alph Johnson_) Missouri 41' Central 0. Missouri 13 Washington 0_ Missouri 0 Ames 0. Missouri 23 Oklahoma 14. Missouri 3 Texas 0. Columbus, Mo., Nov. 6.--So far, so good. E. C. Quigley, umipire in the Missouri-Texas game, said that Missouri has the strongest team it has ever had and he is an authority since he has officiated in several of Missouri's battle. Incidentally Quigley is the man -who did part of the umpiring in the world's series baseball games. Only the goal kick by Reeples in the last quarter saved the Tiger i'rom another scoreless tie--and that kick i«ade Peoples the hero of the day-- If you need a medicine for Wo Ailments, try Lydia E. sands to the Hughes tund to bring down? Coal is up--and does Fred U p - · ham spend his thousands to e l e c t , \Vrite Lydia E. Piiilcham Medi- Hughes so that coal shall he cheap-[cine Co. (confidential) for anything you need to know about tliese troubles. er? 95 PER CENT OF MISSOURI KAIJDKO.-VD 3IEIT FOR W1LSOX Spring-fleld, Mo., Nov. 6.--Ninety- / . SINCJE the Hughes private conferences with Jeremiah O'l^earv et al. i ..somehow the "pep" has been missin? flTe per cent ° f railr0ad em P lo ' es ^\ the Roosevelt speeches railroad points in Missouri, where he, ha s spoken during the campaign, are | enthusiastically for the re.election of I President Wilson regardless of party - PIOW laughed Penrose and when they Barnes have read about .Hughes saying he'd have no 'invisible government" around him. VOTING'Booth Thought: We know ·what kind of a President Wilson is and will be, and we don't know what kind ol President Hughes -would be? "Wilson has kept us out of unneces. sary war, and the Republican campaign, as made by both Roosevelt and Hughes, has threatened changes of policy containing very gers of war definite dan- DURING the past two years former President Taft has said more complimentary things about President Wilson's administration than even the President's most aggressive supporters have said about it; yet when the party trumpet called, Mr. Taft has fallert into line and makes criticism that is in his heart and conscience can find no support. ON the editorial page of the Post- Dispatch Saturday was a horrible cartoon depicting the calamity of Pro. hibltion. And on the same page was an. article telling about the drunken policemen of St. Louis and still another article telling of persons in- toxicted making their bed on the sidewalk and gangsters killing folk* heedlessly and indiscriminately in that city. Here are the fruits of ·booze. Prohibition would sober St. Louis up and remedy the conditions complained of hy the Post-Dispatch people. There isn't another spot on earth that needs prohibition as bad . as St. Louis. See that she gets it November 7th. "Vote for Amendment No. 3.--Centralia Courier affiliation, according to TV. A. Wheeling of St. Louis, who spoke here today. Wheeling is president of a St. Louis lodge of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and has spoken in many counties of the .State in the interest of the Democratic ticket. Not only is ther such strong sentiment for Wilson | within the ranks of the railroad men, | but they want to see the Democratic | nominee for United States Senator and i Representative elected that Wilson! may have the support of a Democratic Congress the next four years Wheeling said that in many instances the Republicans will vote the Democratic ticket in its entirety. "I find patriotism, not partisanship among the laboring men in this Stlatj'e this year.f Wheeling said "They are going to support the men who stood for the cause. This overwhelming Wilson sentiment is not confined to the four brotherhoods, but includes all other railroad tin. ions." CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over3O Years Always bears the Signature of Itching piles provoke profanity but Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store. --Change of Day-- J8th Year H e r e Reliability. Dr. Prettyman 3as come to Chillicotht ever four weeks for over 16 years and ha? done good oonscien tious work ,VH£Ii CONSULTATIOlt \ND EXAMINATION New Leeper Hotel ChilHcothc, Mo. Monday, Nov. 13,1916 -S-.OO a. m. to 3:00 p. m.-- Returns Every Four Weeks Try s Constitution want ** AVHAT 3TEAV YORK THrNKS OF MR. HUGHES. In the New York State election in 1908, the majority vote for Mr. Taft for President was 2 0 2 , 6 0 2 ; that for ·Mr. Hughes, for governor, was only 69,462. IVHAT am TTCIGHES THTNTvS OF ' HIMSELF. In 1912 -when Justice Hughes was a mem'ber of the Supreme Court and was asked to become x a candidate for President, he said: "The man who on the highest judicial tribunal would consider another office is fit neither for the one he holds nor for the one to which he aspires." V..-AT.TJ STRTCET ATVETCTTSII T G FOT: HUGHES. Immense slush funds af Wall Street are being lavishly spent in ad- certising in all newspapers that will accept their cash. Among these metropolitan papers who are using it is the St. Louis Republic, which accepts their cash for Republican politi. tical advertising, but which is one of the strongest democratic Wilson for President papers in the country. Rexall Stores Straw Vote Who is going to be elected-Hughes or Wilson? That is th question. The Ilexall Straw Vote will tell you. How, because it is National in scope. No straw vote ever taken before was national in character. N 0 one ever had the organization to do it before. Hosv 2can the Rexall Company d o it' Because we have over 8000 sf.oree located in every state in the Uni,"n, in little towns and in cities of 6,000.000. See our windows for results. Bui letins coming daily. This vote is taken in all walks of life. The popular -vote in first bulletin is 180,000 votes and indicates thai it is going to he some race. Lf you want to be posted, study the bulletins on the Hexall windows. Clark's Pharmacy "The Rexall Store'' :hillicothe, Mo. K.EASOX'S WHY McBRIDE SHOULD BE ELECTED. Livingston county never had a better and more efBcient and painstaking official than Garrett McBride.- He lias been very cautious and consider, ate in dealing with the people who have business in the county treasurer's offlce_ In the collecting of 'back taxes he has made a. most excellent record of collections: "he handled these matters in such a just and gen- telemanly manner that he has justly received the iearty praise of the .people. Mr. BcBride has done his utmost to make a good official in his first term and he tas made good in every sense of the word_ He as: entitled to the second term on this. DR. PRETTYMAN IB a graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, A T ew York City, one of the best Medical Schools in the United States He has had years of experience In the great hospitals and twenty years special practice. He points with pride to his many cures in Chillieothe and vicinity. He Treat* icuut iiud Ulironlc Catarrh, iiingiiig in die Eurs, X^iseu«et!i OT the Eye, Ear, Throat, Lun^B, Stomach, Heart, Uver, Kidneys, Bowels uul Nervous Diseases .Veuritis, Nervous Prostratioi,. Veuraliriu. Epilepsy (Fit« Rheumatism given special at- ·ntior, THOSE '7*. r : ·, v f r o m i S T r*r'vO(r HUMUS, ( * ' · · -:nes*= ^nn f u s i o n of rdeai- version tn Society Defective 'Memory.Nervous Debility.Sleep ·essueBs WeaTcness and r EJxhaiir- m. rreaied by the latest *nr mtpifhodn Blood and Skin Diseases . OUH. Eczema, Fsor'asls Scrof- : a and all other Blood and Skin Mneaaes treated. Diseases of Women rreated'ln the most satisfactory manner. Our home treatment it pleanant to use and gives good results. The doctor carries all hia portable instruments, and come* prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. Correspondence solicit- »d. Address, DB PRETTYMAN 1862 ELMDALE, AVE. , CHICAGO. ILL. DE. J. M. McKIM DENTIST CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI PYOnRHEA A SPECIALTY .« «O4 1-2 WnnhlllKton St. OIBce SO9 -- P H O N E S -- ReMldcnce ' Chillieothe Lodge XO. 91, I. O. O. F. MEETS EVERY ' MOXDAT SIGHT was in the game about one minute, but that was long enough to do what both teams tried in vain, to do--score enough points to win the game- No ·wonder the other Tigers rushed to him', threw their amis around him and kissed him.. Saturday was home.coming day at the University of Missouri and six thousand people filled tie bleachers. Among the old grads who returned was Lester Bascom Wikoff the Chilli- eothe boy who hit that Kansas line so hard two years ago. To make the celebration complete, a stuffed Texas Longhorn was horned Saturday night while around the Ere danced hundTeds of students in shirt-tail parade attire_ Then a real Missouri beef was barbecued and all who hungered ate. How about the Kansas game? Missouri 23 Oklahoma 14_ Kansas 21 Oklahoma 13. Figure it out yourself. But while figuring, remember tliat Missouri held to a scoreless tie the Ames team that walked and ran all over and all around the Kansas team. Next Saturday the Tigers go to Manhattan to j fight the Kansas Aggies who have already played Kansas 0 to 0. Atter that game you can 1 have still more figures from, which to figure dope-and it will still be merely dope. But remember this--that the Missouri Tigers can play fottball. OF LOCAL INTEREST. Some People We Know, and We Will Profit by Hearing About Them. This is 'a purely local event. It took place in Chillieothe. ,Not in some faraway place. TlTou are asked t o investigate it_ ( Asked to believe a citizen's word; To confirm a citizen's statement. Any article that i3 endorsed at home Is more worthy of confidence Than one you know nothing about, Endorsed by unknown people_ Joe Fant, contracting painter, 1527 W. Webster St., Chillieothe, says; "At one time when I had trouble with lumbago and backache, I gave Doan's Kidney Pills a trial. From the experience I had with them, my opinion is a good one.- Doan'-s Kidney Pills greatly helped me and from the relief I secured, I can recommend them to others." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy--get Doan's Kidney Pills--the same that Mr. Fant had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Notice to Bidders. Sealed bids will be^teceived by the undersigned City Atfditor at the office of the/City^cferk of the City of Chilllcothfe, M^sourl, until 12 o'clock noon of Ajre 13th day of November, 1916, for the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving Calhoun street, in the city of Chillieothe, Missouri, from the east side or line of Sunset avenue to the east side or line of Grandview avenue, in accordance with Ordinance Number 2050 of the Ordinances of said city and the plans and specifications therein referred to,' which plans and specifications are now on file in the office of the City Cleric. All of said grading, curbing, pav- ng and otherwise improving of said street, including all the cost of bringing said .street to the established grade, shall be paid to the contractor in special tax bills issued) against the property liable therefor according to law, under the provisions of the Ordinances of this city and Ordinance Number 2050. Passed and approved the 30th day of October, 1916. Each bidder shall submit with his bid a certified '.check for One Hun. dred ($100.00) : Dollars, payable to the City of Chillieothe, to insure the making of the contract as provided by Ordinance. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. JOHN W. WILLIAMS, 4-71 City Auditor. Children Qry FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T O R I A Children Cry for Fletcher's CASTORIA Tie Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for OTer SO years, 1 has borne the signature of -,, · ,m and had been made under his per« C£,jt.J%J!rfa, Bonal .Binperillglon since its infancy. ^,^0^ 'TT S ' V*, AUoWiBoipne todeceive-yowinthJa. ADI Counterfeits, Imitations an* ". Jnst-ns-rood " are bat Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health b( Infants and Children--Expedience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OO, Para* goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrtins. It is pleasant. I* contains neither Opium, Morjflifne nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is Its guaiintee. It destroys "Worma and allays Fe-verishness. Fo more than thirty years It has been in constan* use I0r the;relief of Constipation. Slatujency, \Vlnd Colic, all Xeethlng Troubled an* Piaxrlioca. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels. assimilates the Food, giving- hesilthy and natural aleen. The Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend. ^ B% *» GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS pBears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought PREPAREDNESS THE QUESTION THAT IS AGITATING THE PUBLIC MIND IS, "TO BE" OR NOT TO BE." We know that the farmers must be prepared in order to raise a crop. We have been preparing them for the last 28 years 1 and are still at the old stand waiting for more. OUR PRICES. QUALITY OF GOODS and COURTESY OF TREATMENT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. "CASH" is our slogan. We talk it and believe in it. The merchant that sells on time to Tom, Dick and Harry is compelled to add to the price in order to take . care of the losses. Our Lines of SEEDS, BUGGIES and FARM MACHINERY ARE THE BEST THE MARKET CAN PRODUCE and OUR PRICES--WELL COME IN AND SEE. SCRUBYBROS.G.I.COMPANY Classified Want IV« CBHTS PBM L11MB OK ritun imtAUt-nuA ABO TWO vaim BJUJT ;iaiv» PICK LI.VIC ONAA. CHARG . HUM GK VOH LOST. LOST--Saturday p. m. in business district, large Cameo brooch. Finjj. cr please telephone No. 750. Reward. PIG STRAYED--Pig strayed frcjm 823 Woodward St. Finder please Fhone 1522-J. 2-6 LOST OR MISLAID--The Leepsr- Williams old hotel cash 'register of 1910-1911. Return to this office and receive a suitable reward. 306t LOST--Mrs_ Ben Young lost a small purse containing a $5 bill. -Finler please leave at Constitution office and receive reward. 4-3 WANTED WANTED--A girl for general house work. Mrs. J. M. Davis; 1303 N. Locust St_ Telephone 629. 4 7 3 WANTED TO FEED FOR WINTER --Plenty of grass, good wind-mill water and good stalk pasture. Phone ?.OF12 or see Jas. Barnes or Mrs. Blue. 26_tf WANTED--A girl for general house work. '"A-pp-ly to 'Mrs. W. W. Edgerton, cor. Locust and Polk Sts., or phone 303. 24-tt .WANTED STRAW \Vill pay $.4.50 a ton, stack run, in car. Will receive it at Wheeling, Cream Ridge Sampsel, Lock Springs, Bedford Fountain Grove, Utica and Chillicothe_ Will also buy your hay. old6wl ' · T. S. Bishop. J!'UJS. itl^iv 4. FOR RENT--2 rooms for light housekeeping, 220 Clay St. Phone 7J4J. FOR RENT--i-Strictly modern troai room, 2 blocks from square, in small family with no other roomers Gentlemen preferred. Phone No. 494. . 2-tf FOR RENT.--Store-room with lun sized basement at corner of Elm and Webster, fine location for grocer, ies or feed: Chas. H. Grace. FOR RENT--7 room residence, 3 lots and barn on north side of Jackson street and west of Dickenson St. | 30-tf J. E. Watkins. I FOR RENT--8 room modern house. Bath; full basement, furnace, paved street, S lots, garage. Reat by year. Address Marlow Bros., Chula, Mo. 25_tf Public Sale I will sell at public auction, 11-2 miles east of Springhill and 7 1-2 miles northwest of ChillicottiG, tli following property, on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1916 II Heiid o£ Horses and Mules--1 sorrel mare, lOVears ola, wt. about 1200 pounds; 1 black mare, 6 years old, wt_ 1200 pounds; 1 black fllley, 3 years old, wt. 1300 pounds (all thesse mares are is t'oai by horse); Igild. ing, 3 years old; 1 sorrel fllley, 1 yejar old; 1 suckling mare colt; 2 three, year-old mules; 2 mules 2 years old; 1 yearling mule. « Head of Ca-ttile--1 cow, 3 years old; 1 coiv, 9 years old. Thesu cows are all giving milk and will be fresh in spring. ' 2 sucking calves. 12 Head of Hogs--4 brood sows, 3 with, pigs by side, 1 will farrow by January 1st; - 8 ehoats, weighing about 80 pounds each. Implements and Harness--1 cotiplanter; 10-ft. harrow; 1 disc; 1 riding cultivator; walking cultivator; 'Dreakiug plow;l wagon; 1 buggy; 1 set shafts; 1 sot single harness; 2 sets double work harness; 1 saddle. Hay and Feed--4 tons of baled hay; some lojse hay in barn; 100 shocks of fodder. HouseUola and Kitchen Furniture--1 Favorite Incubator, nearly new; 1 oil stove with four burners,, g-ood 3s new; 1 coal or wood Round Oakj heater, and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale Lunch served by ladies of Zion Church. Sale to commence at 10 a. m. A. W. CIES, Auctioneer. O. R. Dowell, Owner FOR SALE OR RENT--5 room bun. galow, new, cheap if taken at uonce. Inquire 4J3 E. Jackson, or telephone 7 3 2 . 28-tf FOR RENT--Storage space. Hender. son A SOD. fOR BALE. INVALID'S CHAIR--For anyone who needs it. Phone 629. 4-3 FOR SALE--Overland Touring car; good as new, only 4 months old. Phoaa' 21. 2 _ t £ i UK SAiLE--Four room cottage on paved street, electric lights, city water in yard. ?1200. Gill Ryan. 4-6 · - A L E OR RENT--.Modern su burban property, 10 room bouic with 5 acres of ground. For particu. lars phoDe 1454-J. 10-tf FOR SALE--1 liard coal store; No. 300 Art Garland, 1 soft eoal stove. Pl\one 1443-M. 819 Polk St. 14tf FOR SALE--At bargain, one Stude. .baker roadster. first-daps condition; fully equipped. See Dr. Black. FOR~SALE--2 houses and lots, five blocks from square; Call at this office for further information. 3-tf QUICK REPAIRS nUC UnilD "Why wait three days, Tjjhen UHC nUUIl i can make it in one iftur? CAVC t $ Why pay two profits, when you OAft * $ can t, U y from the factory? FXAfiT DIIPIIRATF Send the broken s lass : CAMUI L J U r L I U H I C . I gl , ara ntee an exact duplicate without your prescription. Frarhes repaired also. fllfp U l l i r f l N tfflffK T am Prepared to OnC MILUUN MHLJo ffrind over one mji- Hon kinds of lenses from the rough glass. Coma and see. UAH flRnPCK Pack all the broken parts ·MIL UnULElO j a a strong- box. I return glasses same day toy parcel post C. O. D. Lowest possible charges. C. W. PALM SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY 818 Webster St., Chllllcothe, Mo. Phones: O* f '^*. 90S. Residence. 1450M OlBsed Every Taesday Read the Constitution Waat ads. fflce Phone Ke»Ideiice Pbone 883 1539-J J. E^ Callazvay SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM, DIGESTIVE ORGANS ALL CHRONIC AILMENTS and Diseases of EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT Office Hours--8 to 11:30 a.m. 1 to 5:30 p. m. Offlce: .2nd Floor Peoples Trust Co. Building. FOR SALE--Encyclopedia Brittanic'a, 25 volumes, fine binding, good as new, $20; 1 set McCauley's History of England, 5 volumes, $ 3 : 1 vacuum sweeper, Argyle, almost new, $5; 1 green velvet Davenport-bed, $ 2 0 ; 1 leather covered office or librarv chair. Telephone 246. BEFORE YOU BUY CO AI -CALL UP THE STANDARD COAL and JUNK CO. , TELEPHONE 71.8 WE SELL IT FOR LESS. WE PAY MORE FOR JUNK 406 Second St., Chillieothe. Mo. A.. LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER Office Rooms ·* 19.2O WaJJbriuin Building TEIOIS REASONABLE Office Hours: 9:OO to 3:OO p.m. Ohlllicothe, Mo. Dr. T. G. Phelps THE OSTEOPATH OFFICE IN GTJ.VJ1Y BCDG. S2nd Stainvay north of Leepee House CHILiTjIOOTHE, MO. PHOJJES: Residence, 208; Office, 141 Calls answered promptly day or night i Dr. W. R Simpson Practice Devoted to General Medicine 96 Yean Experience In Disease of the EYE, BAR and GLASS FITTING Can* Answered Day and Sight TELEPHONE SB ·: Offlce * Residence--41E E. Webster ijj CHILLICOTHE. MO. . . _^f i Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A B T O R 1 SPAPERf

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