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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 3

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Thursday, November 9, 1916
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THB CHILLICOTHE DAH/S CONSTITUTION THURSDAY, NOV. 9,1916. Consider the MotherJs Health after childbirth by taking necessary precautions before the trying ordeal, by using "Mother's Friend" to assist nature in^preparincc her for the physical change. 'Mother's Friend'* for many years has been tiio means of giving relief to thousands of mothers. It is au external remedy with, unexcelled merits, and should "be in the home of every expectant mother. Drueirist sell it. _:nd for free book on Motherhood. Address The Bradfield Regulator Co., 202 Lamar Bids,., Atlanta, Ga. , ; " External Remedy for t Expectant STAGE SALARIES NOT HIGH Better Quality- Larger Quantity PASTE To a greater degree than you have ever before experienced will the daily brushing of your teeth become i»a pleasure if you use, this truly delicious and refreshing antiseptic dentifrice. It will give you a new meaning of the word "quality" as applied to tooth paste Doth as regards its _ cleansing and whitening: properties and the delightfully refreshed condition which it imparts to the mouth. Arrests decay, makes the gums firm and healthy, neutralizes acidity and keeps the teeth clean, white and beautiful. · give say so. , . Get this larger tube of better tooth paste today and your mouth a g'.ad surprise. Your money back if you Annual Income of Good Japanese Actor Estimated at $7,500, Out of Which He PayL for Costumes. According to the author of an interesting -work on the Japanese stage the profession of an actor in Japan is not considered a high one. "When, a play is staged," he writes, "it runs at least 23 consecutive days. For such a term a first-class man "would earn about $1,250 and his annual income may be estimated at $7,500. But it must not he forgotten that out of this sum he must provide his own costumes, which are very expensive. "The curtain does not rise, as In Europe and America, but is pulled sideways and one can easily see the attendants who are Intrusted with this work. The orchestra is hidden behind the scenery, while in a sort of proscenium box the reciter sits concealed behind a curtain of thin bamboo. There is no applause by "clapping hands as in our theaters,/but the public stimulates the actors by n exclamation, in a way that may be compared to the encouraging and cheering of the dancers in Spain. From the greenroom a bridge leads to the platform. This bridge is called Flow- erpath. The greenroom is closed by a drapery, which, the actors must lift for themselves. When the performers have some importance and reputation they hare an attendant for the purpose of lifting this drapery . . . But the first actors have the title taiya, which confers the right to two assistants to hold up the curtain of the greenroojn for their entries and exits.' 1 GOT MAIL THROUGH QUICKLY When There's Sickness If there should be eickness in your home where would you have your prescriptions put up? Perhaps you've been so fortunate in not having sickness that you're unable to answer such a question. We are quite sure you would appreciate the fine service at our store and our prescription department is a special feature. It is equipped with everything for the s k i l f u l manipulation of physi_ cians' recines- and only experienced prescription druggists have anything to do with the compounding here. We would, like your business. Clark's Pharmacy THR BEXATjL STORK CKLLLICOTJtE, MISSOURI ONE HOUR QUICK REPAIRS · "Why wait three days, "cihen I can make it in one Im'ur? RICE ALLEN Proprietors "The San-Tox Drug Store" Phone 552 708 Washington St. Think of tfae Telephone Let your telephone save yon the Trorry and inconvenience ·\vhick is often occasioned by shopping during these warm days. Cultivate the habit of "shopping by phone"--it's quick, convenient and satisfactory in everj- way. When you phone us an order you may be sure of the same careful service as if you visited our store in person. CALL ONE - ONE when 3-011 need anything in drugs or other drug store goods. Call when you have an emergency need--and ask foi "quick delivery." Call when you have a prescription to he compounded. RYBURN'S PHARMACY "THE SERVICE STORE" Public Sale i will sell at public a u c t i o n , 1 1 - 2 miles east of Springiiill and 7 1-2 miles northwest oE Chillicotho, the f o l l o w i n g property, o n ' Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1916 11 Head of Horses and Mules--1 sorrel mare, 10 years old, wt. a b o u i 1200 pounds; 1 black mare, 6 years old, w t ^ liiOO p o u n d s ; 1 black filler, 3 years old, wt. 1300 poundu (all thesse mares are is foal by liorse); Igild. ing, 3 years old; 1 sorrel filley, 1 year old; 1 suckling mare colt; 2 three. year-old mules; 2 mules 2 years old; 1 yearling mule. 6 Head of Gvtiile--1 cow-, 3 years old; 1 cow, 9 years old. These cows are all giving milk and will be fresh in spring. 2 slicking calves. 12 Head of Hogs--4 brood sows, 3 with pigs by side, 1 will farrow by January 1st; 8 shoats. weighing about SO pounds each. Implements ami Harness--1 cor iplanter; 10-ft. harrow; 1 disc; 1 riding cultivator; walking cultivator; -breaking plow;l wagon; 1 buggy; 1 set shafts; 1 sot single harness; 2 sets double work harness; 1 saddle- Hay a.nd TVel--4 tons of baled hay; some lojse ta-v- in barn; 100 shocks of fodder. Household and Ttitclien Fni-niture--1 Favorite incubator, nearly new; 1 oil-stove with four turners, good is new; 1 coal or wood R o u n d Oak heater, and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of s«l9 Lunch ?ervect by ladies of Zion Church_ _ "^~ Sale to commence at 10 a. m. ·' A. TV. CIES. Auctioneer. ' ' " ' - ' O. R. Do well, Owner Efficient System That Was In Use by the Romans Some Hundreds of Years Ago. While the Roman postal service ol ancient days was, of course, a crude system, yet the mails were forwarded with considerable speed. The system of couriers on horseback was borrowed from the Persians, who, according to I Xehophon, had established it under' Cyrus. The Roman adaptation of this was the best system of transmitting letters among the ancients. All along the great Roman roads sta. tions were erected at distances of five or six miles from one another. At each of these stations 40 horses were constantly maintained, and by the help of relays it was easy to travel 100 miles in a day. These services were intended for the state only, it being imperative to secure the rapid interchange of official communications. In the time of Julius Caesar the system was so well organ- ised that of two letters the great soldier wrote from Britain to Cicero at Home the one reached its destination in 26 and the other in 2S days. Private citizens were obliged to resort to the services of slaves, and It was not until the end of the third century that there was an establishment of a postal system for private persons by the Emperor Diocletian; but how long this system endured history does not inform us. The supply of horses and their maintenance was compulsory, and only the emperor could grant exemption from it. SAVE * * Why pay two profits, whetvydu wilt y ip can buy from the factory? EXART nilPI IP1TF Sen1 the broken glass. CAAUI U U r L l b A l t i guarantee th exact thout your prescription. ed n!so. ONE Mill IflN UHC MILLiUn Trains on New Alaskan B. R Washington, Nov. 9.--One hundred and thirty-six miles of the government's new Alaskan, railroad to connect Seward with Fairbanks, 466 miles, is now in operation, with daily trains running. Of the 136 miles, comprise the .old Alaska- Northern railway, which has been repaired and again put in operation. Sixty-five miles is entirely new. The old Alaska-Northern line ran , from Seward to Kern Creek and was built in 1904, falling into practical disuse during 1908. The new section connects the town of Anchorage f o n Cook Inlet, with. Matanuska Junc- j t i o n , where a branch line, 29 miles long, has been run to the Matanuska coal fields. Coal is now hauled daily fro in these fields. The next link in the road, which is not-expected to be cut clear thru until the fall of 1919, will be the con- "necting section between Kern Creek and Anchorage, which, it is hoped by the government engineers, will be completed next year. Work is also progressing in the vicinity of Fairbanks, where rush work is being done to connect up the town 'with the adjacent Menana coal fields, Fairbanks now facing a fuel shortage. Th.9 estimate cost of the construe. 'tion of the 466 miles of the main line, including the branch to the Matanuska coal fields, is $25.642,000. Of this sum 11 million dollars will have been expended at the close if the fiscal year. " to duplicate without your Frames repaired niso. I am prepared grind over one million kinds of lenses from the rough glass. Come and see. Mill nRFlFHI Pack all the broken parts ,""· """Cna in a strong box. I return glasses same day by parcel post C. O. D. Lowest possible charges. C. W. PALM SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY 818 Webster St., Chillicothe, Mo Phones: O«IIR. 908. Residence. 1450M Closed Every Tuesday H. B. HOGAN WILL BE IN CHILLICOTHE ALL THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK AND EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAE TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE FOR A TAILOR-MADE SUIT. Not an ordered suit, made in a factory the sama as ready-made, and called Tailor-made, bill a Tailor- Made One that is made in Chillicothe. Fit, cloth and everything about it guaranteed to give satisfaction. It will cost you no more to have your suit made in Chillicothe than it will to send to some Chicago house and get a factory-made suit. SEE H. B. HOGAN AND GET HIS PRICES. · A Trail of Faith. A pastor In western Pennsylvania, who until recently was a believer in the literal answer to prayer, now IB, with some trepidation, taking stock in his faith. Not long ago a visiting fellow clergyman prayed fervently iu his pulpit to this effect: "May. the brother who ministers to this flock be filled full of fresh veal and new zigor." The startled pastor says that he doesn't object to fresh veal in moderation, but does object to having one of these new breakfast foods forced upon him. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars ite- ward for any case of Ctarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-five years, and has become known as the most reliablf remedy for Catarrh. Hair's Catarrh Medicine acts through the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short. time you will see a great improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and^get rid catarrh. Send for testimonials, SCHMIDT HUTCHISON'S FIRST ANNUAL SALE 60 Duroc Jersey Spring Boars and Gilts 30 BOABS, AJ-tL OP MARCH AND APRIlj FABBOW. SO GBLTS, ALL OF MARC AND APRIL FABBOW. Friday, November 10th LAREDO, MO. Sale will be held on farm ^ miles west of Laredo, Mo.-, and 7 mil« southeast o£ Trenton, Mo. This is absolutely the greatest offering of Duroc Jersey boars »nd gilts ever made in this part of the state. The blood lines represented are the "best, ttie same that produces champions and grand champion* m . the leading shows and fairs. Every Animal Cholera Immune;--Come to the sale and get some of this good seed of the greatest utility hog on earth.- Sale-begins prompt!/ at 1 o'clock. Schmid* (@LHxitchisotv Col. P. M Gross and Col. Cies, .Auctioneers. of F.' J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Turning Awuy Wrath. A gentleman who discovered that he was standing on a lady's train had the presence of mind to remark: | "Though I may not have the power ' to draw an angel from the skies, 1 have pinned one to the earth." The lady excused him. DR. J. M. McKIM DENTIST CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI PVOHHHEA A SPKCIALTY ((04 1-2 WnMhtllKton St. IXIicc SOU --PHOMiS-- Ilenlilcnvc 731 British Humor and Ours. Some Americans think that they do not like British humor. That is because they expect it to be like Amer- iuau humor. They might as well dislike the charming Surrey hills because they are not like the Hocky mountains. American humor is original, Quick and striking. It insists on your attention like a lively terrier. British humor is quiet and conn- dent. It sits and purs by the fire until you come and stroke It. It Is an acquired taste, but it is worth. ac- auiring. Office Phone Residence Phono 283 . . 153D-J DR. J. E. CALLAWAY SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TREATMENT OF -DISEASES OF Nervous System, Digestive Organs -- All Chronic.Ailments and Diseases of Eye,. Ear, Noss and Throat. Office Hours--S to 11:30 a. ^m, 1:00 to 5:30 p. m. Office: Second Floor Peoples Trust Company Building- Window Box Potatoes. Among the suggestions that have been advanced for the increase of -the food supply In Germany is one In which the beautiful will be made to give way to the practical. Berlin and other German cities are noted for the enthusiasm with which the women engage in the cultivation of flowers and in this cultivation the window boxes are made to play an important part in the heauty of bloom and the graceful trailing vines. It is now proposed that these window boxes shall be given over to the growing of potatoes. I/OCUST. ST. PHONES--Office 94O; Res. 15O7-W DR. J. L. JOHANSEN Dentist Chiropodiist (Foot Specialist) Corns 25c Club N a i l s . . . 5 Oc Bunions . . . 50c Hammer Too . 50o Callouses. . 50c Ingrown N a i l . S O c Massage of Foot 50c Special attention and care given in all cases. Calls answered promptly in all parts of the city. THIS ANT) FIVE OEWTS! DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose five cents to Poley Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing, your..nam-e and.address clearly. You will receive In return a trial package containing Poley'.s Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic Tab. lots. Sold everywhere To 0 Good Stranger, Mary doesn't have any offers! She'd make some .man. a good wife." "Yes; but the trouble is every one knows -she'd make him a good husband, too." WIFE'S a game, and we are all players in it, to paraphrase Shaketycar*. JL* And the best two cards in my hand are illustrated abore--fir*V the FAY ENVELOPE; second, the BANK BOOK. Withrat th« pay envelope there can be no bank book. Without the bank book th» pay envelope is robbed of its FUXL VALUE. The BANK BOOK if tk» LOGICAL, SENSIBLE SUPPLEMENT of the PAY ENVELOPE. DO YOU HOLD THESE WINNING CARDS? FARMERS MERCHANTS BANK Chris Boehner, Pres. J. D. Brookshier, Cashier CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI ~~ MT3N FTCEL, TIRED, TOO While much is said about tired women it must be remembered thai men also pay the penalty of over. \vork. When, the kidneys are weak, inactive or sluggish, when one feels tired out and miserable, has thf ''blues," I-acks energy and ambition. Poley Kidney Pills are tonic and strengthening. Th«y act quickly. Sold everywhere. DR. T. G. PHELPS TUB OSTEOPATH OFFICE IN GUMJY BIJ)G. 2nd Stairway north of T.*eper House OHXLMOOTHE, MO. PHOXTSS: Residence, 2O8; Office, 141 Calls answered promptly day or night Internationa'! Race. The splitting up of the Rothschild family of Frankfort into British, French and other-, tranches has been an interesting, xh'ough notre£carka,ble phenomenon of .the last -15ft years of finance,- and v^is recentlyipstanced by the fact that: a smallj.Fr"eVic?Y cruiser,that recently removed Germ Spanish liner, was formerly child yacht. . "* is from a Rotha- CONSTITUTION "WANTS" GET RESULTS NOVEMBER WEATHER. Early cold snaps, storms and sleet, snow and slush, cause coughs and colds. Foley's Honey and Tar acts, quickly, cuts the phlegm, opens air passages, allays irritation, heals in- namation and enables the sufferer TO breathe easily and naturally so that sleep is not " disturbed by hacking cough. Sold everywhere. Feel languid, weak run down Headache? Stomach "off"? A goo remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price ?1.00. DR. W. R. SIMPSON Practice Devoted to General Medicine 2E Years Experience In Disease of the EYE, EAR, and GLASS FITTING Calif Answered Day and Night TELEPHONE) 35 Office ft Residence--416 B. Webster CHILLICOTHB. MO. Prom an Examination Paper. Question -- What effect did the Ten Commendments hare upon the children of Israel? Answer -- The Ten Commandment.? jmade the children of Israel very mis- NO DOUBT ABOUT THIS Foley Cathartic Tablets are just a plain, - honert. old-fashioned physic. They act promptly. and .effectively on the bowels without pain, griping or nauses. TheT keep the stomach sweet, ' the liver active, anu the bowels regular.- They banigh-'biliou 1 --ness, sick headaches, .sour stomach. indigestion. Sold e-'erywhere. Announcement. I have contracted with the interns tlonal Harvester Co. for the full tin' of McCormick line of farm machin ery. Any one wanting repairs' foi any part of this line, including ga' engines and cream separators will b' furnished by me. E. H. LAKE, Phone 818., 506 E. Webster street Chillicothe, Mo. DR. S. BLACK DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN Private Calls Promptly Answered PHONES: Office, 841; Residence 716 $· Mr. F. F. Cooper, represent- $· "§ ing the Troy Laundry Ma- s ·3 chinery Co., of Chicago, while -i* $· In town last week visiting th« ;· · S L I F E R L A U N D R Y ?' S said, "This is the most ·«· -5- date Laundry, doing the most f T · nearly perfect work, that I -3 ·S 1 have seen in many days." 'S S Mr. Cooper was. in the ·; · laundry business himself in S 8 Chicago for a number of J/ $ years.--Adv .. ;$ Plenty of Apples. At Mathews' orchard, 5 1-2 miles northwest of CbilHcothe. Handpicked, no rot, no -worms. No. 1 at 75c; No. 2 at 40c. ?,7-6t · C. N. Mathews. Farmogirapks Nuggets of Wisdom and. Advice Gathered from tke Agricultural Press COMTIUD *T F. D. COBURN of O. COBURN. I Author of "Alt»lf«." "SWIM Jt*f***irr," "T»» BMfe «t A.lf«lf»," "Swln. lo A".rlc«.';.A n AJ?!J"J» t J3gj555 Someddng New in FarmBooks WRITE FOB OUR PROPOSITION. THE ST. JOSEPH NEWS.PRESS CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. · Cheapest accident insurance--Dr Thomas Eclectic oil. For burns scalds cuts and emergencies. All druggist sell it. 2 K c and 50c. Anyone desiring to buy good, dry- upland wood, $4.00 per cord, phone 434 or 1SF15 LOST--Advertisements in tie Constitution Want column helps-find your -missing property. C h i l d r e n Cry K)R FLETCHER'S 2 A £5 T O R I Your friends can buy anything you can give them-- EXCEPT YOUR PHOTOGRAPH , Watton Studio N. Side Sq., over Sipple's. For QUALITY, SERVICE send us your Kodak Work DONT LET THIS Chillicothe Lodge NO. 01, I. O. O. P. EVERY SIONDAY SIGHT Before you buy that READ* MADE Suit consider the tact that it is NOT made to YOUR figure--that I is NOT exclusive In fabric pattern-that it will NOT hold Its shape like our TAILOR-MADE garment--that it costs 'MORE In the end. Our tailoring Insure* a PERFECT, LASTING FIT, T H E - - CORRECT STYLE and a grade-of workmaortilp that is never equalled in tto« b«rt ready made garments. It's a pleasure to show our suiting! and overcoatings for..we cap sell yra Suits at any price you-wantl. W you want $15 Suits I have plenty of them and will guarantee them t o b« a* good as any f 16 Suits made. JESS HASTON IfORTH STDB SQUARF Over Heger's Restaurant. CONSTITUTION "WANTS" GET RESULTS NEWSPAPER!

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