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THE CHILLICOTFE DAILY CO1TSTITJT C_ T , Vi di o 1C 1 THE CONSTITUTION , s l t i c r 1 1 i t i c ' ' cti i CTP or bo i l i u i \ l c. ti l in D \ I ! J i I I I S Ol ^ I I M ( t i l I r o % D UJ V b _ t l t IL, L i t C (. i i l l i i i r i D V I L \ I M l 1 « l I i . r-^l i I \ I L V I" M i l l I f L. -, · t i \ i ~v\ LL-ivr v r obi i-. i i i 3 i 1 I r O U l V I t i l ·s '* \ t D i l l o n t, i i r to i n c t t i o n d i i o c c i l h d t ! "· o t o G i c h ic ^ o l a ) J i s i ue c n i o \ e d i i i l i l t a t n o n ^ ^ r o ^ l ' p c i solfi - i n l i t e r o i l c it l a m 1 ? l t o ^ _ u [ t f l i L u c r d i l e coin i AI ^ t to il - f ed \ ilu i t jn o r il ] i oi e r t \ o u i le ot t h e c t ^ ·D t f l u i in r- 1 i 1 14 i L i i oa 1 n p \ n n r to s 1 "s SO l o 1 p e r t e n t T or l i r 1 t. pi c ill i o e i i "1 in 1 ! - . 0 1 cc ") n i oL i i i : n\ 1 i oa i u ir n to n pei c e n t In Al in tec c o i n ^ Tl m r c f l '-t i U oi s i l o i n d i oil o I i 1 n d i c to 1 t h a t th in p o PITH nt o ioid* 1 is i d d c d l i o n 1 o T 0 p cent 01 it lea^-t ^ 1 o pei ici o to t l sclli i£ p cc ot ill 1 n d s v - i t h i i o n o i h i l l n i l o L ] i p i o \ e d rends T l \ \ o u M M \ O i t o t i l o f ^ 6 1 1 0 0 0 or [ s i t u mort t h v n tv, ce the "\ x l u c of the mm w. i HOSE A1IXANDER 1 B v SV M i c i J. i r \i 10 ·, Adi,t If* 1 **\ n t L n 1-Ui n . 1 I I t I t wi n r t i l ii i LIVE STOCK MARKET. BLUING FIXED Tl-E SCE.^'IY W a t e r n L n g o o n Was Ch iged From Y e l l o w s "L c to Gree T t 01 r u n I ( t ) T Unlml Cit Mo \ o \ CO I SI Gil is the election Some v n ind some m i s t lose Hie Uiclf\ one* 5 r e c e t \ o t h o iispii uion of s i c c c s the lo ei is di a p p o r t P l b i ^ ti vc li s lo=;s " n l o s o p h i c a i l ; nd c u t " ou tho \ \ o f f \ K i n a s tic l i O C 1 1 l U c t » t ! 0 1 _ h ghoi b t e t i s ^ 6 00 to h e l l e r s ^ 4 o O t o s 10 -- r t l o l O r M l j O l" °tocl POL G V R D N E P i C L C t c l but the 1 ind b i n k hill ol \ \ h i c h he ^ t h e author has been d e f e ted i c c o i d i i to returns 1 he deteat ot the a uenJ ment w a s l a t g e l due no d o u b t to the fact that the lecent co lores'- passed the rut il credit mea urc w h i c h is v erv similar to tne M ssou 11 pioposal and the people b e l i e v e d j}- that it w o u H p r o v i d e the same bene fits and answer the same purpose c o \ \ s e i s a n d e e d e i b S i u to ·*' u c live-, ^ C j to S13 Hogs ' ) 0 0 n 11 et c te (1 to o u g^ Bill ot s i l c s S9 60 to }9 H 1 ei\\ S 1 to " 9 a b eep ) 000 m i i e t st idv to l - h _ h r L n ibs ill lo ^1 1 " j e\ L "-" 00 to S~ o btocl i"s and lectle "=5 j O to 110 2o nrri ca or GOOD novrx U S L c t t t i A.gr Dept To d e t e i n u n e a 11 f n is possible th exict dilHr« ind cents sttect 01 C sh t.) mi "Muket A\ heat m a i k e t up \o 2 hard $1 S6 to ?1 n ^° rd *! S3 to "?1 91 ^o 2 red 1 S to 111 90 ^o 3 led $1 SO to 11 S Corn m a i 1 et up \o 2 mixed 04 to 96 1 2 No 3 m i x e l 93 to 95 No 2 w h i t e 9S to 99 l\o 3 w h i t e 9Sc Procuce Mai lw t Furnished bv Henderson Son counts o£ the, i m p i o v c m e n t ot b ui | I r e d u c e Co 801 Locut sheet Chil roids, specul sts ot the Oflce ol Publ c Kuda and K u r i l Cnarinoeime of the d e p a r t m e n t mide econom n '·urvejs in eight counties in eich of licothe Mo HENS SPRINGS COCKS the -vears from 1910 to 191o in elusive This stud} of the increase in the values of farm lands in the eight counties reveals the rather interest ing- facts that following the i m p r i \ e ment of the main maret roads the increase in the selling- price of tillable farm lands served b\ the roads has amounted to from one to three times the total cost of the i m p n \ e m e n t s The increise m values in those in ^tanceb w h i c h w e r e recorded ringeo. from 63 per cent to SO per cent in Spot - \ l i i n n c o u n t j A" i f r o m 68 to 19 t in D m w i d d e c o u n t s \ i "0 t o S O in l e e count A i 2 - t o l O D in "Vi =e c o u n t i A i 9 lo 1 1 4 in Tun] l i n co m t \ N \ ^0 to mo -\ D tills counts Ml 2o to o O in T i u r t e r d i l e c o u n t s AIis ind f i o m 50 to 100 n A T i n i t c e count\ Fll J I l e o s t n i i t e s o f in l e i s e w e r e bis I j I n the ni"st p u t u p o n t h e t o i r i o r j w i t h i n i c l i s t i n c e ct 1 m o in eic i =ude ol t i e ioid^ m p r o v o l In ^ p o t ^ - \ l \ i n i c o u n t v i c a r e f u l record w a s made in 1910 of So fan i^ locitecl on the l o a d -elected for i n p i o - . e m e n t Ot the " farm's s o d m '"'IZ the prices a c t u a l s paid ^ho\ ~ to 116 per cent S 10 C E E S E 10 TURKE1S '0 EGGS so BTjTTER FAT 34 BOLLES « ROGEHS Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Wool, Furs, Uwswav and Feathers. Salt Cured Hides flat No 23 and No 22 Partlv Cured Hides Green Hides Bulls and Glues Deacons Skunks Hoise Hides N o b mane nd tail Ponv H cleg 21% 21% No \o Tallow Tallow 17c 11 50 t 0 $2 00 25c to 50c and 2 l u l l ? G iO 3 00 9 Sc THE mom or i»ii i ns c'Hi T ICOT F ir increases, n f f om o \ e r th° 1910 \ v l u a t on ise \ i l u e liter the ioacl p i o \ e d w is ·» S _6 pei ic p n e l w i t h i m p r o v e m e n t or \ S P\.1 HIGHEST PRICES I OR PRODUCE AND CI E \.M loci IV s I U kct HLAS 1 2 ' SP1 COX The i^ei = \ \ e r e im f i« com 3 1 p r e v i o u s o E t i c In 1913 'our tuns f e i ot f 11 u l n n d \\erc on t h p basis of '·SO 1-1 per acre w h e i e i = the p i o p crt e v.s r o 1 sted in 1910 a t onh *?13 ^ 1 pei icie It ippeii' 1 th it the i 1 l a l acres »old in 191J i n c i e x = e i ' in v i UP ' · ' " J j O O oi SO I ei cent o t i o m 1" I 4 o to ^ 4 t in I P if e In D m « i d d o cou i t v A i Uif ac lu 1 i co f U f a t n « d 01 o f i c t e d f o i s i l t . I o 11 1000 t 0 1 il I i i- d ul pnco f i o i M 3S to · t ' 1 1 r I C I P b t t o i o t h ^ o \ 1 v o 1 uilt i l f n n ? 2 l 0 to ·· " t O p t i a c i p a f t e i t h ^ ' i o i d UP P ni i overt In T ee cou tv A a i stuav ot e ,ht t - i c r « ilon, the roads beto'e a n d at tei in r o v e n e n t m d i c red tint tje=o j p n p ^ i t i e increased a b o u t ^ 2 J pei i c i e or a b o u t "0 P"i cent | In \\ i«e c o u n t v A a a st ulv of | e jit i t p r p s c n l a t ^ e firm's lo ated o n r o u K shov\od t h a t the i n c i e i e l in v l u c f r o m an vverage ot t 9 OC p e r i c e before i m p r o v e m e n t to ·57-) H a f t e i the roads w e r e improv ed There w e r e increa t= t o n in other =ection« of t 0 $90 or even $100 per icr T . L R i v E \ S DL C KS GELSE p s bu E G G S ORE \ M n. r T. 2 0 10 10 f 1 2 28 31 Read the C o n s t i t u t i o n Want ads Tiv a Const tution Vi lilt ad alu from 560 th» the I n Franklin countv N T figures "eem to indicate that change from earth sandj and loom roads to bituminous macadam -«ras followed bv increases averaging \ o u r f nerds CB^ buy a"y thi^g you can gi/e taem-- SXC3PT YOUR PHOTOGRAPH Studio X Side Sq , en c Smple · ror QUALITY, SERVICE send us your Kodak Work 1 1 Ot I -Mil f r t rs is Mr Su i. o 1 i pro 1 t o L ( n (.lion \\ ith i t s i iiu i id t ii c i it roi v o 11 1 G ^ con \\ hen D i i i , c l ( i S si taut fc tm H I D L wr ^ 1,011^ c vur f i a l details of t h e n p l t l o j t u i t l cv were co i f r o n t c d w i t h t h e v e l h w w a t e r in the lagoon Thej \ \ c i c in i qinn clarv is to how to o i e i c o n i r this lifTi c iltv w h e n II ^ ellin'jton "\\acl ex | oct t \ c adviser of the N e v a i l c cele biation committee came along 1 lie pit,cant ma^tcis ovpl tnio [ t h e dilcm n a to All Wad v \ h o si guested the h l u i n g It w oil el 1 d oi S l v o PS o i D "S\ i t i l L i n ] i ] r r u t s " i l l b ,, i l l v i l s t i n n dovi a (I o t j i \ I i J s M ( ,,ni I ot ' V ?oo i tei in C h i l l i o t h e i n d L i v i n g s 01 ocl n tl rs \sl i u r l \ roi v u s ho w i one of tl 00 ! c i 5 s le id !,, n r c h i . n l , \ ! J B P O \ \ \ \ h elected DC. n o c i i t i u Sh l i f t V ton ol soj bean^ VM!! vieid. i b o u t 10 gillon ot oil us,eful m var i o n v\ iv « SALESMAN T/'LKLD WRONG A r r j n c i t I n c t d e d Reference to M i s 1 I aps a n d t h e Dc-il yVas ' Q u e e r e d j Tho motoicar silcsn.au s l i c k of ji Igraent cost him i sale l l e w is t i v u s to sell a pioicssional man a ma chine b i t he handed oit the w i o n g k nd of talk and q u c c i e d t h e deal His piospectivo customci had been in t \ o 01 t h i e e serioi s motoicar acci d u n t s w h i l e o u t i i d m g w i t h friends and rcallv w a s just a bit t mid about r dm? l a m x c h i n e although to please h s Ii.milv he had j u s t about made up his m i n d to buy one The motorcar man w i t h much gbbness and effective ness presented the v a n o i s virtues of his car Just look at tho axle lie s x i d "\Ahcn vou get in a smashup that axle unlike ruan- otheis w 11 not bieal but w i l l bend a i d so can be repaued w i t h o u t m u c h expense j This unfoi tunate a i g u m e n t spoiled the s le It aroused the sense of fear , w h i c h the professional man had w h e n I ndmg m a machine and ho told the j salesman that he guessed ho w ould n o t , place his order £01 a machine at that time I Love of Ease Wnat Is there about love of ease that makes the strenuous one so wroth 7 Love of ease Is a universal human trait and bag been BO from the beginning of time It is toe incentive even of war Barbarian tribes and na tlons fight for slaves and even the civilized city states of ancientxCfreece made war in order to reduce^tneir captive enemies to bondage -£nd compel them to do all the work so that the conquerors might enjoy lives of lei sure Love o f ease is the mainspring ot nearlv all h u m a n activities Men labor to obtain comforts and li xuries If this hopo of cnjovmg tho f i u i t s of! his woilc were gone 10 man w o u l d labor except undei compulsion of law or of n e c i s s i t v IIo who v o c f o r a t e s against l o v e - o f case assails all man kind including himself --Philadel phia Record I W h a t s K e e p i n g Em Out 4. Philadelphia ed tor avs that Charles P i o h m a n before s o l t n g off on the L u s i t a n a s last v o j ige jol ed a good deal about Loiilons thcatois in war time The London revues 1 r said one dav have f u n n y names--Como O v o r i Ileie and Stop loar Tooling and i Oh Bo Caieful A good title for o n e ] of these thinly attended rev ues would be Wh xt s Keeping Em Out 9 T i e last l e v u e I v i s i t e d the audl ence hardl} numbered a hundred I said to the ruanacrcr consolingly TS l i - t s keeping them out' I guess lit, the war eh* 7 No he growled w i t h an oath and a side glance at the author'' No i t s tlie price' C o u n t on W o m a n s E n e r g y The decision of notional issues at tcr the war will be in tho hands oE w omen as well as men savs Principal C i l b e i t Slatci of Ri skin college Ox '01 d in his book T\ ai an 1 Peace m Etiroio Tor while tho advance of won an tow aid pol tical powei h i s in tho past been slow in the extiome it has boon irresistible and steadily ac celentn g T i e war itself has made all Europe ieali/0 that in tho s ipiemo striggle b e t w e c i nations survival do pcnds upon the eucig es of women being utilised as well as those of men Henceforv ard women w i l l count and tLcy w lU count more and moro The S u p e r m a n I teach vou the superman Man la something that is to be surpassed 'What h a v e ve done to surpass ni*n 9 All beings Hitherto have cieatecl some | thing bejond themselves and ve wan* j to be the ebb of the great tide and would rather go back to the beast | than surpass man' The superman ts the meaning of tho earth Let jour ·will Bay the superman shall be the meaning of the earth 1 I conjure you my brethren remain true to the earth Let it not be your honor henceforth whence we come but whither f» go---Nietzsche Studebaker Stx, Seven Passenger Touring Car SJOS5 m c Proven by the People Who Own Them Since the announcement of the piesent series of Stutlebakei cais in June 1915, moie than a 3 eai ago, moie than 70,000 Studebakei cais ha\.c been sold in all paits of the United States. month, it is impossible foi us to keep up M itli the demand. Satisfied Ciistomers the Salesmen Studebaker Cars Satisfy They ]iav.e been placed in CACiy A-ancty of service to which a motor car can be subjected They have been bought by millionaires in the big cities of the East. Thousands of them hoA e been sold to iaimers ^ho use their cais on the rough coimtiy roads of the middle West ITundieds more hav. c been sold ior stage sci A ice in the most mountainous p n Is oi the "L mlid St ites In shoit, they hue been e illed upon Lo stand c\ei" couceiA ibl^ kind . L inotoi e u SCI A ICC UUCtCl t \ t t . \ CO! Cl n l- hL cli u t i e ind 10 idt Repat) Cost Veiy Low T h e a \ c i a s , c j e p i u i n d m unLcnanee cosLo! the70 000 e n - , foi Ihc j c i i hat, been =o lo\\ L h i t if AAC g i v e A ou the aeLudl fijjuiesi you A\ould not bcheA e us A Complete Success In POVACI, in sLammi, m dm ibihtA , in salcty, in dc- pcudabihtj , AV.C don t kno« ol A single ca;c A\lieie Lhej IUIA c 1 tiled Nation-wide Populatity This it, Lhc l e i ^ o n AA IIA thcic is a slcadilA meie^scd demand Ioi SLudeb ik^i ens, and alLhoiigh Lhc c i p i c i l v oi the Studebakci pHiiLs has been ineieascd liom JdOO cais a moiiLh Lo 8000 e n s i Ti e aie c,^pu^lnq a -shipment if iicto ShulgbaLer', v itJtin tlie ntrt daij oi Li o and it v U be a picas lie for in to qo oiur tins cat of the Goldun C/iniiis ynint by point and s/ioiw you uky the public lias cho-,en kludtbal ei 06 the, woild s leader in its class E\eiy Sludebaker car sold apparently sells t« o or three moie We do not know of another company in. the history of the industry in a car of this class which has been able to point to such a chapter of success The CM That Won a World's Recoid ]\ o olliu t irinttfactuier has ,o!d a many sii-cylinde) seten- jja-s\( 7ic/c,i louunr/ ecus and join - a / l i / i f l u tttcn-passenqei lotn UK; co is a" S'lideba/cei has tnltiei ^tlltnttcn months -- and ibil/ion 1 (.1 c tic, nq the model o ·itimul itinq sdcs by announcement Tkc Bef,t Guaiantee Isii I I h i b a splendid cndoiscnienl foi Sludebakei Giri s 5 Could A ou make a saiei investment m a nioloi cai thin lo bu^ a cai %\lnch has en]o\ed the success that the SUidcb ikci hab ? A Safe Investment This is i case Tihcie you cm be abioluLclj sine that ·s oui iiwestmciil is sale, .-ind that ^ ou aie i^ccivmg the gieilest ^ aluc and the highest quality ai.d Ihc best pui chase ioi \ oui inoloi cai Four--$875 r O B Detroit Stx--$1085 r. 0 B Dctioit ADAMS AUTO SUPPLY CO., Distributors Chillicothe, Missouri Ni-MSPAPJ-Rl

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