The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 10, 1916 · Page 4
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 4

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THE CHILLICOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, FRIDAY, NOV 10, 1916. 10c A combinalloii of both liqu d and pasts half Ihc eflort Easy for chi dren (a use G v s a q u ck asilrgshne Contain no a c d "MAN S BOO\ 1 OLM) I N JOAJJLD J Ki 1G-H1 C-LK The bod-v of a 3) j eii old man dm L I d is th it ol L i i m "v the ni-iie 0 Bolm o Tucsdale M ^ is ion } i i lo t ' n d ir ou V\ bi^h. i i c i q l t t T n N i 0 in l in "f LUhoi i ill o if \ i 1 b Coiuluctoi I ^ L i o ^ n ol M o b c i l c t i d i \ Bolin t h r o n t h d| ! rn c u 11 d In-, 1 od\ \ ab bid 1 i in -7 c d Ic u i · id tod-u til t Bolm com f nitted " u i c i d e b\ fln»i cui I n^ h -s iln o it i l l t h t i j u IH in-, ott h i c h o \ p r h r i d br dge m l i u o b d i l e iiito 111 a i i m ^ h t (.11 as the ti xm M a s ino\ ing- I h e cii Ui s l o i d o d w i t h 11 -, i t s i a It \\ s Ssiid tod i\ that h- J o i t a n o t e t 0 itls ^ I l e Tufsd i\ i ..ht Lcllinir Lei ^he ^ ould ne-s ei SLL h i m g"im --"MobeiU D^mo H E L P I N G H U N G R Y HOGS - 1 (-. c f f i l k - t h i n k 1 it ( _, I J c - (In t ST i 1 i -, i h i h \ l i i i n h m i l i 1 A i M | in , mil 1 1 i\\ t i n - -. u - too i n h - ii I _oi i i i i d i n I i-, i n i i - t i K t f i l l n i 'v t!i if" l l l i l l l l ( ( ^ l l l i ' r ^ - _ ( ( I l I l l l l i l \ ( 1 I ^ L f i I 1 c i n ^ l ' ) ) i ) t l i t ^ U t n i i c ( ( l - i \ L ( i t i n l 1 i I i n IK ,, I u t 1 1 ^ on u n i t i i i _ 1 n 1 i il K t v i , ' * 4 ^ I, I W 3 \ r r l !'~ SAUNDERP-TURNER LUMBER CO. PHONE 2f~ CONSTITUTION "WANTS" GET RESULTS Stconil Vnnu il Semi! 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A U llGl 6 ! in n i n « \\\ n A\ i Kh i. a n i 11 n \ ho li r M t i 1 th \i I L " \ i ^t \ ulin-, on 1 i d \ s i in ! 1 t] c [ i e n r o l l md t 0 i i u f 11 i t,h I n \\ not. h \ n i h o IK to di i\\ in in nl f t on il e Me 1 \ e j n i c u o n e to LI e\ ih l h » 1 i d \ e\cu-ed 1 i n J OG G 0 b i t ic:ci A I i \ doo i t ! i-v e n of | p i b She d n I t soi c n 111 i -.oou \ if "\ t b u t 1 ie t i o i i b l r \ M on I 10 ^ she 1 in 1 c H I i r,ood h u i i n d too of Wisdom and Advice Gatkered from tke Press CO1I1IL-ED BY F D COBURN ol Kansas \ u t h o r of Ufa! J o v ne r£Uf*bandr\ The Book of \ f A l f a ^ ln« In A m e r i c a f t d C ir U ontv odd. yeare D C O J 3 U H V st. :LT-r\ cif the Iv i fe ih Departn eiit of Agriculture liin^ New In FarmOooks ror 01 R PROPOSITION' THE ST. J O S E P H N E W S - P R E S S f 1 i C C t \ 1 1 0 N JI I A l T M T N " ' THE INEVITABLE HAS COME CONDITIONS HAVE BECOME SUCH THAT THE NEWSPAPERS OF CHILLICO'JHn MUST MAKE SOME RADICAL ·VOVE FOR SELF PROTECTION IT IS NOT A MATTER OF CHOICE WITH THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER OF TOP AY IT IS AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY THAT WE RETRENCH IN EVET.Y IIANNEF. POSSIBLE AND YET WE MUST DO IT IN SUCH A WAY AS WILL AVOID THE IMPAIRING OF OUR HIGH CI4SS SERVICE WHICH IS MAINTAINED AT ENORMOUS EXPENSE THAT IS THE PROBLEM THE EDITORS OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE TRIBUNE HAVE BEEN ENDEAVORING- TO SOLVE FOR THE PAST SEV ERAL WEEKS--HOW TO DECREASE EXPENSES WITHOUT ELIMINATING ANY OF THE COMMENDABLE FEATURES OF THEIR PAPERS AND HOW TO GAIN AN INCREASE IN REVENUE WITHOUT PLACING A BURDEN UPON THE SHOULDERS OF ANY PARTICULAR CLASS THIS SAME C3I SIS IS FACING EVERY COUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED STATES Tt t~i not nece^'-aii. ioi us to make a lone di i\ui out 5 f iterant oi f lots i p l i l n o to Ihe CBOimoub inciea^e m tost ot o \ e i \ t i i i i n«ccl in Ui oificei, ot The Tulvune arul The Constitution but \\e do ^ i-.k to call ^tti t^ou to a lew of the punciple items tib ^d at thebe offices T\ c pimt heie a scale oi c o m p a i a t i \ e cost puces that is, the coat of \ anotis iteirs a ^ai a^o as compai ed to the cost of the sime items tocL^ Cost Year Ago Present Cost NEWS PRINT PAPER (on which Newspapers are printed $2 50 per Cwt $6 50 per Cwt PRINTER'S ROLLERS for Inking forms 25 per Ib 50 per Ib NEWS INK 06 per Ib. .11 per Ib LINOTYPE METAL - 07 per Ib 10 per Ib (These prices are subject to raise without notice and predictions are that at least a poition oi them will go e\ en higher before the first of the ear) You -nill note that the cost of these items have advanced fiom 20 to three hun di ed pet cent--new o punt paper costing us ^4 00 more per cwt than it did c i vear ago ind tlus item is oui heaviest expense during the 3 ear "Each of the two newspapers in Chilhcothe use approximately 45000 Ibs t news punt within a yeai At $650 per CS\t \ o u will note that our ^eailv expenditure for this papei alone is $2,92500 as against $1125 00 a 3 eai ago And on evei} other atticle used m the editing of a news papei the cost has been increased piopoitionately With these facts staring us in the face we realized that something would have to be done and done quicklj, if -\\e were to remain m business S-, '-t it( d abo\ c Vi c, do lie t \\ isli to ( I m i n i itc, m ol the _,ood I c i t u i O b of oui p i pi i s m ni ILL to i ((luce, ,\PUISLS Molli I ' K (. oiT-utution ^ ncl Ihe Tnbiiiie aie e j i u p I i cl "\\ i t h tlic \ c i \ l a t e n t p u n t i n g 11 i c h n i ( - i \ l o i puttin., out a hi si class da h u d i l i o n u ( l ~ i l n t ( l \ n i i i b t set isid a s u l l i c u n t n n 111111 i l u to t a k e c n c ol i 1 tei loiatiou on m i c l u n c i \ \ \ e i n i i s t n i L L t a p n i o l l o l inon t h i n M O O \ \ u U . l \ \ \ o n i u s t i i i c c t o i u o l i h 4 i t i o i i b p i o m p t h c \ PI \ nionlh in o i d c i t: i n o i i i t a i i L 0111 ci edii v c must lun e a i"a sonablc sum l e f t ^litn ill obligation-, n c n c t to t i k e ( a i _ of om o \ s n i a m i n c s Oidm-uih it is bad polios t o m i i v c , \ o u i pi i\ ate business lualici-pubhf but in oi dci to coin incc out leadcis th it \\ e H L S I I e n i n t l u - e in i t t t i s it is necc'-saix to -ho^ ] , t i n ( \ i c l h - w l i it it costs us to publish p i l l and inn! i daiU ne\\ spapoi ioi on" N en Pimt papci foi one subsciibpi d i o n e \ i n ^ 2 0 0 Po-ti-o foi one subsci i l i c i I L i PP \ c a i 20 AVi ippm£ papei foi one subsciib n i f o i one ^ c a T O Sfciilmg papei foi one ^ubsc i bci toi one T eai 10 T\\ i'ie and paste foi one subset ih"i In one ^ eat T O T0 r l \L $2 50 This does not include sal an of piess "t «dei oi mail \viappeis, does not include deteiioiation on machmei% or salan toi time spent in changing and coriectmg sub p ' i p t i o n galleys does not include postige on sub^eiiption statements sent out oi for expense of maintaining a subsciiphon depjitment does not include co=t of stock and pi inting leceipt? noi inan^ otheis items too mimeious to mention Read that table closely, then fiaute how much piofit the npwspapei make on a sub scription at $3 00 per j eai Up until the past few vears, dailj subscubers to The Tubune 01 The Constitution have always paid $3 00 per j eai, and 5 et there is absolutely no comparison between these dailies ten 3 ears ago, and todaj One feature, in particular, we ·wish to call attention to is the leased wire news seivice used by the papeis The Constitution gets daily a complete summary of the news events of the woiId over a leased WIIP from the United Press Association The Tnbiine is informed of all cunent nevis of the woild over an Associated Pi ess leased T \ n e These two ne\vs gathering oigamzations are the largest concerns of this kind m the world--and tbe cost of this dailv sa'-vice is extiemely lifavv Another feature of particular concern to the farmer and otock laisei is the daih maiket lepoitb Facb papei caiues a complete daily maiket tcpoit on stock, grain and produce a ser vice the.t is indispensible to the f aimer, but which is a beavj expense to the newspapets In view of these conditions the two Chilbcothe daiK newspapeis feel that they are entitled to due consideration fiom both then subscubers and adveitisers S4.50 IN TOWN WE WILL ALSO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR OUR CITY SUBSCRIBERS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS LAST BARGAIN OFFER. S 4 . 5 O WILL PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR ONE YEAR DELIVERED BY CARRIER. AFTER NOVEMBER 18th THE PRICE IN CHIL LICOTHE WILL BE STRICTLY lOc PER WEEK OR S5 00 PER YEAR THE SAME RULING APPLIES TO THIS AS TO THE MAIL DAILY SUBSCRIPTION--ALL ARREAR AGES KUST BE PAID BEFORE THE BARGAIN RATE IS ALLOWED THE PLAN FROM THIS DATE UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV EMBER 18th, WE WILL OFFER THE DAILY CON STITUTION ONE YEAR FOR THIS OFFER WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE ON THE DATE ADVERTISED, NAMELY NOVEMBER 18th AFTER THAT DATE THE PRICE WILL ABSO LUTELY GO TO $300 OR MORE AS WE CANNOT POSSIBLY ACCEPT A SUBSCRIPTION AT A LOWER RATS, AFTER THAT TIME IN VIEW OF RAPIDLY INCREASING COST PRICES (This applies to mail subscuptions only) NOTE All arrearages must be paid at regular pric before baigam rate may be obtained P O S T M A S T E R S ALL POSTMASTERS ARE RECOGNIZED AGENTS AND ARE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT AND RECEIPT FOR ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED BY THEM. NO REDUCTION LATER NOVEMBER 18th WILL POSITIVELY BE THE LAST BARGAIN DAY PLEASE DO NOT ASK US TO ALLOW YOU THIS RATE AFTER THAT TIME WE ARE SETTING THE DATE FAR ENOUGH AHEAD THAT EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE AMPLE OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE REDUCED RATE BEFORE CLOSING DATE. YOU WOULD ONLY CAUSE US TO REFUSE YOU SHOULD YOU ASK FOR THE REDUCED RATE AFTER THAT TIME. -:-THE CONSTITUTION-:- , rWSPAPERf

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