THE CHILLICOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION;' FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1916 FIRE PROTECTION REPORT ON CITY M A N Y K l C O t l M ! 1 Il'.l H U\ lliE \\ Y d i n ^ oi the M i ^ s o m i Inspec- tion 1 n c 1,1 I n ^ p L f i L d C i u Ouoljci j 1 id 12 01 Â· u p h n d l i o i u J JfE'S a game, and we are all players in it, to raiaphra=e Si" '^snoaie r And the best two cards in any hand ara illustrated above--f\st, the PAY ENVELOPS, second, the BAFK BOOX Without tbt ' envelope there can be no bank book Wnliout the bank 'ooo\ tLe ' envelope is icbbed of its FTttl, VALTJE The BAITK SOOK is tl.f JICAL, SEESI3LE SUPPLEMENT of the PAY ENVELOPE DO YOU HOLD THESE WINNING CARDS? ris Boehner, Pres. 3. D. Brookshier, Cashier CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI Sale [n Days Dt co-opciatuc bubiie s c t f o ' L tne organization w h i c h does not "Â·nlist tae sc"vicc of a b t i o n ^ banking mstuu ion is eotlrting bus aes di^astci N u m b e i e d among the client., OL tin.. Bank aio inanv funs and indi- .iduals w h o h a v e had their accounts with us for v e a i = and w h o aave found the intelligent banking service re idercd tn oui officers Â·nd organization an impoitant factor in their pi ogress and success _.et us expla'n the stipenor details of our service bj letter 01 inte.- ne-w._ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Chillicothe, Missouri H. B. HOGAN WILL BE IN CHILLICOTHE ALL THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK AND EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAR TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE FOR A TAILOR-MADE SUIT. Not an ordered suit, made in a factory the same as ready-made, and called Tailor-made, but a Tailor- Made One that is made in ChiUicothe. Fit, cloth and everything about it guaranteed to give satisfaction. It will cost you no more to have your suit made in Chillicothe thar it will to send to some Chicago house and get a factory-made suit. SEE H. B. HOGAN AND GET HIS PRICES. RANK B NORMAN SAM M JARVIS Norm n 6c Jarvls FUNERAL HOME Day Phone 417 Night Phones 153 - 569 DIRECTORS I ha\e decided to quit farming I "\wll sell at Public 'Vuci on at rn\ a 2 1-2 miles i\est ot Cliillicothe on Thud sueet load the lollow propertj, oa uesday, November 14th (ORSLS -- 1 b i o ^ n m a i e 10 -learsold f , t 1300 Ibs, 1 b i o n n horse 10 old, -i\t 1100 Ibs , 1 brown inarp 7 jeais old wt 1100 Ibs gentle fanul} -use 1 ho-se ? \ears, old buke to TV oik, 1 darg gra-v hoi be 2 *3 old broke single \1TJ/n VXD HOGS -- One red milk cov, 4 % ears old, one learling ey heifer 7 shoat= -weighing about 135 pounds 3 fat hogs, -neighing tit I S O pounds i brood sow Â·- VlPrnMUMX HAUNEbb. G R V f N , H A \ . LI C -- 1 good Stuclcb I k e i on 1 Kev s snung w a g o n good as new 2 bteel wheel wagou= 1 l o a d on, 1 road cart, 1 McCoimick coin bmdei, good as new 1 ^uikei 1 steel hariow 1 di^c harrow 1 16-m sulke^ plo^ , 1 1C in walk. olow 1 John Deere walking cultivator, 1 coin planter 1 bob tied s w o r k hainess 2 sets single bugg^ hainess, 1 saddle 1 d i p p i n g a -varieU oÂ£ tools used on the farm, and other articles oE the 275 bushels oats, about 200 bu corn in the crib, 9 tons oat r, baled and in the barn about 4 tons baled tiraothj ha} jusehold goods, etc -- A few articles of household goods 2 milk 1 gasoline tanlc full of gasolme v tank full of gasoline 56 gallons -gallon oil tank emptv, also 2 dozen' chickens, 30 ricks of sto-ve and various othe rarticles Terms made known on daj of sale h served on Ground ale to commence at 10 a m . A. PENNINGTON, Owner COL. "WILLIAM MAST, Auctioneer H c c i x d l i o i u J V V i c n t t t o i t h u i ' J] M I Â·,- n 111 u i, ol l l i c Mi-sou ] 1 i In i L* LK n Sjui e n c t o Lo u- i ' c c n i l h r- i J o i t ol til 111 p o r t i o n made ill C u i i i i i o i ( O c L O b ^ i 11 LI tl 1.2 'n K AS \ a k n i - Hie i Â»] 01 ^ i ' e ^ a c o m p l e t e c c o u n t ol vdkiiis ^ i - i u O \ L I I h e business a n d l e s i d e u tial section ot tl e cm ot the l i t ^ dcpai tnu j nt p u m p i n g s t i t i o a \\ t i e biippi-v and the building 1 iv - oC th ' c m M h i c h l i e go\ c ned b\ o i d i I nanc- A he i o a o \ \ i u g t i e t t n e r i l recommendations made b\ the bin L I U A\ itei Mippli 1--lh it the ne%\ i n s t i H i t i o n ot i high.hu l u m p be ^o connected to suppi-v n d dehM.1 to p i p i n g tint same m n be u p d a t e d -itisiactui il-v 111 m u l t i p l e v i i t h othei h ill l i t l pumps at time of files ---PiOMdo pnwte lue p i o t e c t i o i | for loft and h gn.lilt -tations to eo n I'l i^ l u o h u m c l i e m i L i l e x t i n g u i s h ers, one oÂ£ -\\hich i a to be ot a t - v p ^ u m b l e toi L M i n ^ u i - h n^; oil and electnc nies PicnicU a A a i d 1" d rant w itli standai d house houses j equipped w i t h 100 leet ot 3 1-2 ft hise no22cls etc 3 --That 6 inch pipe be adopted n a a standard m nimuni si-ie ot mini used foi In drant supplj and t h i t the distribution sjslem be gradual Iv strengthened b% completing gi id- iron system and connecting up the dead ends 4 -- T h e l r \ l i a n t to be gn eu a i o\erhatilmg and i epack -\ahe stein" adjusting nozzle caps and lubucat- lug same "\\itll on ind giaphite 1 h =Â· h \ c l i a n t s to be inspected and flushed at least bemi a n n u a l h 5--That gate l a h e s be g i a d a 11 / installed so that tlioi e \v i 1 be no more t h i n t-\\ o blocks ( G 5 0 ft ) n mercantile disti ids and tluee block C1000 ft ) in residential section out of commission in e-\ent of lepiirs to pipe line The -valves should be inspected at least annuallj 'Fire Iep.u*tment 6--The chief to be full paid The volunteer company to be increased from five to fifteen man paid for service rendered at fires Full paid men to sleep at station Men to be reg- ularlj drilled in use of ladders, handling of hose and minor equip,, ments 7--That service of hook and ladder truck be placed m active service responding to alairns in merchantile and closely built residenti il distucts S--Provide an. n - ttllt '""' % lÂ»\f conibi natiou hose "^ago-u ha\ ing a 35 gal lou chemical tank and e q u i p m e n t ioi i c t n o ser\ ire the p i e s e n t lioiso dra-tt n hose wagon to bo maintained in reser-v e 9--Maintain at all times at leas 3 000 feet ol j^ood ser^ieeiblc fire department hose \.ll hose should b ^ tested innu tllv to 150 pounds h%- diostatic piessure 10--Provide ladder and hose A l - gous ^ ith spai e no7zels ot laigo 1 calibei, burst hose jackets hydianr hose gate smoke masks and wate" proof cal-vage co\ers Ordinances 11--T 0 revise ordinances on build ings, electrical and general laws oa storage of explosives and mflam- ables with flie department supervision are advised Like a "boost" from the boss when you're anxious -- they satisfy! When things are going hard and along comes the boss with a good, cheering word -- say, doesn't that satisfy ? - That's the very thing Chesterfields do for your smoking -- they satisfy ! And yet Chesterfields are MILD ! No cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield blend. They're the ONLY mild cigarette that sat' isfies. This blend -is an entirely new combination of tobaccos -- the biggest new thing in cigarette making in 20 years. "Give me a package of those cigarettes that SATISFY." -and yet tKeyre ' AIIJLD 2O tor jo^sx ? y v--^^ K-.~^=. \Â» Â«r v^Vv4^X^ /~'^C^5? * gA; rS w iT' 1 ?~ A ~~i--*-r-wÂ«f i,,\,: 'Â±,. ^-- i -- j -r--wr* ft^ tff^-i ~^~ Â·V%*JtÂ»,;$, j**t^ Ju^-^r'f^- -i *Â£,-Â· Mi -v-j^ i-'i. -- Â·*Â£!Â«.'* ii-"E. "*^).'i ?s\ v /^- 1" ff ri H ^--11 svV/; NrH'SPAPFÂ» Shetland Pony Sale. 25 head from Aid's herd--all col ors, horses and mares at Gallatm, Saturday, Nov 18th_ If you c a n t come send description of pony desired and bid by mall wit Notice to Hunters. Having leased the Gold Jones lanJ jouth ot the Dawn ballast pit, hunters are hereby notified that -we -will not tolerate tresspasslng (Signed) Sportsmen Gun Club Peel languid, -weak run down Headache' Stomach "oft"' A goo rÂ»medy is Burdock Blood Bitters Asi jour druggist Price ?1 00 Wood Tor Sale. Slab wood $1 ,per load, blocÂ£ wood ?2 pÂ«r load This is price at mill Chillicothe Gunstock Mfg Co Phone 688 2-tf Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ~ A *^ -r o R i A Try a Constitution Want ad Pleasing Telef hone Manners Bring Generous Returns In Good Will. THE MISSOURI K\NSA. TELEPHONE CO. 610 Webster Street Telephone 699 i I Before j o u buy that MADE Suit consider the fact that iÂ« 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 m the end Our tailoring insures a PBKFBC I . LASTING FIT THE CORRECT STYLE and a grade of -workmanship that is never equalled in the best ready made garments It s a pleasure to show our suitings and overcoatings for we can sell you Suits at any price you want If you want $15 Suits I have plenty of them and will guarantee them to be aÂ« good as any $15 Suits made JESS HASTON fTORTH SIDK SQTJABK Over Heger's Restaurant W. D. WANAMAKER REAL ESTATE JjQans, Exehansres Insurance of all Binds.
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