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^Reports TME CHILLICOTHI DAILY GONSTITUatOM WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1916. TERMS OK SUBSCRirTIOX, uY by Carrier in the City of MlHcothe, per year ........... «r,.oo '"uY by Mall,.--PO8tagre paid - Livingston County, per year J3.00 ILT by Mall. Postage paid utslde of Livingston County, »er year ...................... $5.00 . postage paid, per year KU.OO . i detailed sworn statement of c i r c u - tion will be furnished at any t i m e Hen requested by an advertiser. NEWSPAPER OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY "'IAT. NEWSPAPER OP THE CITY OF CHXLLICOTTTE Bulgar Sees Peace in 1917. Berlin, Nov. 8.--Rumania in her present position, is suffering because of the mistake she made in contracting an alliance at variance with her traditions and her geographic position, declared Premier Radoslavoft of Bulgaria in an interview published in The Az Est of Budapest, obtained by its SQflt correspondent. "Rumania is in a serious position" said the premier. "She became false to her historical aims and now must atone for it. The geographical position of the county shows clearly a .road which should have led to an alliance with Germany and Austria- Hungary. Rumania had been deluded and misled by her sxiccess of -"1913 and now the country has fallen into German hands. Such a collec. tion of mistakes could not remain unpunished. "Rumania already has lost her independence, as the Russian censor and the Russian policeman rule in the land. She is entirely in control of the generals and general staffs oE the entente/' Asked as to his opinion regarding the rumors as to a separate peace. Premier RadoslavoIE said: "I do not credit such rumors, which undoubtedly originate in the fact that the entente press blames Russia for the Rumanian defeat while the Russian press rebukesjthe entente f o r a like reason, declaring at the same time that Rumania took up arms not in the common interests of the entente but for the satisfaction of her own aims. These mutual imputations are undoubtedly the reason for those separate peace rumors. Peace can only come when Russia is forced by the military situation to conclude it. Gomp'etent opinion uni. formly asserts that this decision will come in 1917. "If our enemies hope that we shall allow them to make preparations during the winter they are mistaken. The war will go on in order to hurry a decision. I shall not prophesy as to the consequences which will ariso from the menace t o Bessarabia and the Ukraine, but I repeat that It is only in consequence of a hopelessly bad military situation that Russia will he forced to conclude peace and not by the fact that Russia is now further from her goal, which is Constantinople, than at any time before. . mysterious Pacific de, afternoon ·iishod a "/stery at i, Denver u star t a tlie man and .-c-uckets at Wilson ^^fc ff SEn the trunk was check fc?rtlie Colorado capital. It became known late yesterday afternoon lhat a farmer, Louis Hom- omichel, living near where R. M Bushong's abandoned team and wa. \ gon and some stained clothing and a hatchet were f o u n d , was employed by a msin and a woman to bring the trunit to the depot here. It is be- Jieved the man and the woman we're of the movers' party. They b o u g h t tickets to Denver and checked the t r u n k to that city Farmers and the people f r o m the countryside went all over the territory where the crime is supposed to have been committeed looking for addi. lional clews yesterday afternoon, but none was f o u n d . The officers at Wilson and Siierirt "Burr Story of Ellsworth county express tlie belief that Bushong, w r ho was a large m a n , was beaten to deat' with the hatchet and an attempt made to b u r n the · body in the fire which was discovered u n d e r the bridge and which was still smoulder- 'ing near where the team was taken In charge. Failing in their attempt to destroy the body it was dismembered and put in the mysterious trunk, it is believed. Something occurred, the officers say, to hurry, the murderer's plans, as they brike camp 'quickly and without finishing tlie work of clearing up the evidence o£ the crime. It is believed that a part ot the body was placed in a bucket and tburied in the sand a hundred feet Irom where the team was found. Nothing is known as to the movements of Turner, or Fuller, as his name was given at first, or of Bush, ong or the woman or her two children. It was supposed the woman had 'gone to Argentine and others said she had gone to Manhattan, until the trunk mystery developed, then it became the opinion of the officers that the woman and two children, who boarded the eastbound Union Pacific train Wednesday last were not of the movers party. The officers are following the clew which leads to the body being shipped to Denver. NORTHWEST SAMPSEL. --Change of Day-- 18th Year Here Reliability. Dr. Prettyman Has come to Chillicothf ever four weeks for over 16 years and has done good conscientious work S-K.£E CONSULTATION 4ND EXAMINATION New Leeper Hotel Chillicothe, Mo. Monday, Nov. 13,1916 -a-.00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m.-- Returns i-1 ery Four Weck CASTORIA For Irrfarts and Children in Use For Over 3O Years Always bears the Signature of Notice to/Bidders. Sealed bids T^fll be received by the undersigned Ctty Auditor at the office of the/Ci^r Clerk of the City of ChillicotheJ Jssouri, until 12 o'clock noon of ti* 13th day of November, 1916, for the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving" Calhoun street, in the city of Chillicothe, Missouri, from the east side or line of Sunset avenue to the east side or line of Grandview avenue, in accordance |rith Ordinance Number 2 0 5 0 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 Clerk. Al! of said grading-, curbing, paving -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 provis. ions 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 Chillicothe, to insure the I making o£ the contract as provided: by Ordinance. | The right to reject any and all bids.' is reserved. JOHN W. 'WILLIAMS, ·4-7t City Auditor. YOUR FRIENDS CAN BUY ANYHING YOU OAF C*IVE THEM-- EXCEPT YOX'i: PHOTOGRAJ H Wat ton Studio NORTH SIDE SQU Over Sipple's FO.A DUALITY SERVICE SEND US YOUR KODAK WORK. ; . Gr Pnelps THE OSTEOPATH OFFICE IN GUNRY BIJG. 2ud Stairway north of Xeeper House CHIMJCOTHE, MO. PHONES: Residence, 208; Office, 141 Calls answered promptly day or night Dr. W. R. Simpson Practice Devoted to General Medicine 25 Tears Experience in Disease of the ETE, EAR and GLASS FITTING Can* Answered Day and Sight TEIjEPHONTa 85 Office Residence--415 B. Webster CHILLICOTHE. MO. M.W. IJTTON LIVERY Special Call made for Parties a-tKl Balls. Phone 343. Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CHIROPRACTIC is the philosophy, science and art that accounts for, locates and adjusts the cause of dis. ease Any information wil.1 be gladly given at my office free. H. H. HARWOOD C H I R O P R A C T O R Lady Attendant SEISER BLDG. --Opposite New Post Office-- PUone 315 Seiser Bid?. OPHLLICOTHE, MO. DR. PRETTYMAN la a graduate of the College ol 1 Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, one of the best Medical Schools in the United Statee He has had years of experience in the great hospitals »nd twenty years special practice. He points w i t h pride to his many cures in Chillicothe and vicinity. -He Treat* Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in the Ears, Deafnem, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose Throat, Lungs, Stomach, Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and Bladder. Nervous Diseases Neuritis, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Epilepsy (Fits), Rheumatism given special attention. THOSE Suffering from Nervousnesa.Dii- zlness, Confusion ol Ideas, Aversion to Society, Defective Memory ;Nervous_ Debility, Sleeplessness, Weakness and Exhaustion, treated by th'e latest and ·-est methods. Blood and Skin Diseases Acne. Eczema, Fsor'asia ScroJ- ila and all other Blood and Skin Diseases treated. Diseases of Women Treated in the most satisfactory manner. Our home treatment U pleanant to use and gives good results. The doctor carries all his portable instruments, and comae irepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgicai cases. Correspondence solicit- d Address, OB PRETTYMAN 12G3 ELSIDALB, AVE. CHICAGO. ILL Some of the farmers in this vicinity have been shucking corn. The protracted meeting at Pleasant Ridge was well attended. There were large crowds .and plenty ol good sermons. Mrs. W. 'M. Boweiraox and her Sunday School class of Willing Workers, spent Satuday evening with Miss Gertrude Bills. Mr. and Mrs B. C Stephens aad daughter Grace spent Thursday night and Friday With. Will Houston and family of Clear Greek. Mrs. James Cooper and children and Mrs. Roy Alexander and little son Neil spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. Alex Egtert. Mrs. John Bills and little sons OL Lock Springs spent last week with Mrs. Froiji and Bert Mansfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Glad Ware left last Wednesday for Chillicothe where he will attend business ctollege. Several from this vicinity attend- ] ed the baptizing at the Mooresville Bridge Wednesday afternoon. Thirty-two were baptized. Rev. Rutherford began a protracted meeting at Central Chapel Sun. day. . William Bills and wife and little son of Lock Springs spent the day Sunday with his brother, Tlios. Bills and family. Uncle Billle 'Mlnnlck, Aunt Betty Hickey and Mrs Milllie Duckworth attended preaching Sunday at Central chapel. Mrs. W. M. Bowersox entertained some of her Sunday schiool class 1 'Sunday, It being her forty-ninth I birthday. Those present "were Miss- j es Gertrude Bills, Una Minnick, Mae Mansfield, Grace and Evaline Step-h. ; en9, Grace and Cecil Breeze and lit- 'tlo Mary Mansfleld. All report a good time. Wtish You Have ;aved S50 the question arises' "How - shall I invest it?" There i: no better way than in a Certificate of Deposit in The Citizens National Bank of Chil- lieothe, whose resources of $850,000.00 give you assurance of absolute safety. Our Certificates of Deposit are issued in sums of $50 and upwards. They bear interest at the'rate of 3 yer cent, and are renewable at the end of six or twelve months. If you want security for your sav ings and absence of all expense or worry incident to mortgages bonds, stocks, etc. GET A CERTIFICATE OP DEPOSIT in this strong bank. The certificates are readily negoti. able and as collateral security are unexcelled. For those who have saved some m o n e y and desire a regular in come, free from the annoyance and worry of other forms of invest, ment we strongly recommend our Certificate of Deposit. The Citizens National Bank Member Federal Reserve Bank U. S. DEPOSITARY BABY HAD WHOOPING COUGH Mrs. Sam C_ Small, Clayton, N. M , writes: "My grandson L h a d whooping cough when he was three months old. We used Foley's Honey and Tar and I believe it saved his life. He is now big and fat." Foley's Honey and Tar is a fine thing to have in the house for whooping cough, croup, coughs, cold-s. Sold everywhere. 16 AUTOMOBltE FREE. St Louis Republic Makes Astounding Ofler to Ambitious Women. .Surpassing in liberality any offer of its kind ever given in this section, | The St_ Louis Republic is offering to y o u n g women a remarkable opportunity of winning sixteen luxurious motor cars without a cent of coat. Other handsome prizes, including sparklin,; diamond rings, Victrola-s, etc., are also to be distributed free among those who respond to the offer. The glittering array of automobiles is attracting the eager attention oi thousands upon thousands of people, and the good news of The Republic' 6 automobile and prize campaign i.s sweeping In every direction. Automobiles are something not everyone can buy. To obtain one without paying-lnioney for it is some. thing that seldom occurs. Its pos. session means pleasure unalloyed pleasure that only big money cau buy--except in this campaign_ The opportunity is open to women, whether residing in city or country. Those i residing in the outside districts do not have to compete with candidate? in Greater St. Louis, as they have an equal prize list of their own to snare in. Every woman, married or single, from sixteen years up, has an eq.ua! chance to become the owner of an automobile. The ambition to succeed is the principle requisite. Already many aspirants are beginning to par ticipate in the campaign, but the lon§ list of splendid prizes presents an en ticing opportunity to many more. The St. Louis Republic exercised much thought'and care in selecting for its prize automobiles such cars a? the ultimate winners will be proud to own. Best of all is the $1,725 West, cott Six, a classy 7-passenger model another free prize. A 1,115 Studebaker, a $1,110 Velie Six, a Reo Sb The Chandler Six, costing $1,330, is worth $1,175, and a Chalmers, selling at $1_120 arej among the b e a u t i f u l awards, beside* ten other cans. Every car Is a 1817'model, therefore con taining the improvements and equipment that -next year's automobiles will have. j . The automobiles and other prizes can be won by the simplet expedient of gathering: votes'. Free votes are published every day in The St. Louis Republic, whiie thousands of addi. tional votes can be s'ecBred by as sistlng In extending the circulation of The St. Louis Republic among friends. Not only are the awards worth every effort to secure, but the gathering of votes will prove a fascinating pursuit Pull details of The Republic's campaign, with Illustrated descriptions of the sixteen automobiles, and everything necessary -to start in the campaign will be mailed free by address- ·ing the Campaign Manager, St. Louis Eepublie, St. Louis, Missouri. Try a Constitution "Want Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and wMch has been in ni for over SO years, has borne the signature ot i and has been made under his per* sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive -you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ".Just-ag-good " are but Experiments .that trine -with and endanger the health of Infants and Children--Experience against Experiment* What Is CASTOR IA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* gorip, Irops and Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotib substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty,years It has been in constant use tor the relict of Constipation. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and jpiiarrlicea. It. regulates the Stomach and Bowels. assimilates the Food, giving- healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA jBears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought BtiyASacko A single sack of strong-gluten perfect-baking makes 57'/2 hearty 20-oz. loaves of bread. The cost'oi Titm* and other ingredients is about .047c a loaf. To buy an equal quantity of bread costs $5.75. You save $3.05 by home-baking. Your purse urges the economy of home-baking. So does your health. For no other food is so wholesome and appetizing as bread baked at borne from ku«d o flour worth 12.25 · wck. HOYTCO. M. J. Raney, Chula; C. N. Boom, Sturges J. H. Dunn, Meadville; H. P. Lewis, Spring Hill G. A. Allnutt, Sampsel Reed B i o s . , Dawn, C. T. Hoyt, Blue Mound; Tharp, Littrell Co. Wheeling Cook Merc. Co., Eversonville 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 and are still at the old stand waiting for more. OUB PRICES. QUALITY OF GOODS and COUETESY OF TEEATM'ENT SPEAK FOE 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 Ads LOST. LOST--Saturday p. m. in business district, large Cameo brooch. Find. er please telephone No. 750. Reward. PIG STRAYED--Pig strayed from 823 Woodward St. Finder please Phone 1522-J. 2-6 LOST OR MISLAID--The Leeper- Williams old hotel 'cash register of 1910-1D11. Return to this office and receive a suitable reward. 30-6t LOST--Mrs. Ben Young lost a small purse containing a $5 bill. Finder please leave at Constitution office and receive reward. . 4-3 WANTED' ""N -- ~ AGENTS make your own goods. 10 valuable formulas only 10 cents. H. E. Butler, Twin Falls, Idaho. 6-2 WANTED--A girl for general house work. Mrs. J. M. Davis, 1303 N. Locust St. Telephone 629.. ' 4-3 WANTED TO FEED FOR WINTER --Plenty of grass, good wind-mill water and good stalk pasture. Phone 80F12 or see Jas. Barnes or Mrs. Blue. 26_tf WANTED--A girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. W. W. Ed§^ ertott, cor. Locust and Polk Sts., or phone 303. 24-t( WANTED STRAW--Will pay $4750 a ton, stack r u n , in car. Will receive it at Wheeling, Cream Ridge, Sampsel, Lock Springs, Bedford Fountain Grove, Utica and Chillicothe. Will also buy your hay. oldSwl T. S. Bishop. JTUK RENT.. FOR RENT--Furnished room, strict, ly modern, 615 Vine. 6 FOR RENT--6 room house, partly modern, at 333 Mansur St. Call at 122 Vine St. or phone S94.W. 6-6 FOR RENT--133 acre farm, upland] located 7 1-2 miles south of Chillicothe, on the Air Line road. Good improvements. See or write J. R. Ed-, wards, Dawn, .Mb. 7-6* FOR RENT--Store room with . fuTi 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. SO-tf . J. E. Watkins. FOR RENT'--8 room modern house: Bath; full basement, furnace, paved street, S lots, garage. .Rent by year. Address Marlow Bros., Chula, Mo. ' 25_tf FOR RENT--Storage space. Hender. son * Son. lO.tf ?OK 8AL.E. INVALID'S CHAIR--For anyone who needs it. Phone 6 2 9 . - 4-3 FOE SALE--Overland Touring ear; good as new, only 4 months old. Phone 21. i 2.tf FOR- SALE--Ford Runabout. Bar. gain is taken at once. Phone 182. " 6-3 FOR SALE--Brass bed, mattress and springs, a a bargain. 615 Vine St. 'Phone 590. 7-6 FOR SALE--Four 'room cottage on paved street, electric lights, city water in yard. $1200. Gill Ryan. 4-6 FOR SALE OR RENT--5 room bun gaiow, new, cheap if taken at once. Inquire 4?3 E. Jackson, or telephone 732. 28-tf .; SJiE OR RENT--Modern - burban property, 10 room hous' with 5 acres of ground. For partlci' lars phone 1454-J. 10-tf FOR SALE--1 hard coal stove, No 300 Art Garland, l~soft coal stove. Phone 1443-M. 819 Polk St. 14tf FOR SALE--At bargain, one Studebaker roadster. flrst_claps 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 FOR SALE--Encyclopedia Brittanica, 25 volumes, fine binding, good aa new, $ 2 0 ; 1 set McCauley's History of England, 5 volumes, $3; 1 vacuum weeper, Argyle, almost new, $5; 1 green velvet Davenport-bed, $ 2 0 ; 1 leather covered office or .library chair. Telephone 246. CHICHESTER S PILLS WV^T ' TI!E DIAMOND BEANDT JT VTNyS ladlM* A«Ly*arlruit,-lstfor/VV ^.,,-^T* ^ilJOTCv I'lll. In Red and Uold nicullkVO !T*^_TOM boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. \/ 3k 5^*51 T«t« no other. , Buy of y,,,,r V */ ~ OF ttruUIM. Astforelrt.cllks-TEn .C Jf K)IAMON» Itlt,\.Nl.J[Ii J l.«. for y; . . yeais known as Best, Safest. Ahva s SOLD BV DRUQulSTS EVE3YWHEKI Don't forget * after every mea! EWSPAPERf NEWSPAPER!

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