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N THE CHILLICOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, SATURDAY, NOV. 11,1916. A Mothers Wish flFE'S a game,-and we are all players in it, to paraphrase Shakespeare. !·* And the best two cards in any hand are illustrated above first, the PAT ENVELOPE; second, tie BANK BOOK. Without the pay envelope there can be no bank book. Without the bank book the pay envelope is robbed of its FULI VALUE. The BASK BOOK is the IOGICAI, SENSIBLE SUPPLEMENT of the PAY ENVELOPE. DO YOU HOLD THESE WINNING CARDS? FARMERS MERCHANrc BANK Chris Boehner, Pres. J. D. Brookshier, Cashier CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI j DEATH, CONSTANTLY NEAR, BECOMES JOIvE. ! ( U T United Pren.1 London, Oct. 29.-- (By Mail)--In the fighting on the Sonime where l e - j gions of men face death daily, n a r - j row escapes from sudden extermination become trifling incidents to be joked about at the end of the day. A sergeant in a Yorkshire regiment declares nothing a man may do seem:) to affect his chances of becoming u "casualty." "I've seen careful men get winged before the daredevils," said the sergeant, "and I'vo seen the careless men get hit when the cautious one escapes. Recently one of the .men in my platoon was liH In the mouth. The bullet came from an angle, broke one of his teeth and -glanced o f f , just grazing his l i p . Ten m i n u t e s later, a -bullet dented his i d e n t i t y disc and later still a b o m b exploded in his pocket, .bursting o u t w a r d s anl hardly bruising his side." Doctors tell of one man in t h e fighting near Le Sars who went t h r u , the experience of having three b o m b s ) explode in his pocket w i t h o u t hurting h i m _ A corporal, wearing a steel helmet, was hit by a b u l l e t which went in at the f r o n t of the headgear, passed round his head, and went out the back smashing the steel of the helmet. His head showed no marksuj Three soldiers were standing to. gether when a bomb burst at their feet. A sergeant was blown into the air and badly wounded while the others were unscratched. Change of Day 18th Year~Here Reliability DR. PRETTYMAN Has come to Chillicothe ever font- weeks for over .16 years and lias done good conscientious work. FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION New Leeper Hotel Chillicothe, Mo. MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1916 --9:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m.-- RoturnsEveryFour Weeks OF LOCAL INTEREST. Think of TV It phone Let you i- tcleplione save you tlie vrorry and inconvenience which is often occasioned by shopping ilarinj;; these warm days. Cultivate the habit of "shopping by phone"--it's quick, convenient and satisfactory in every -way. "\Vlien you phone ITS an order yon may bo sure of the same cai-efnl service as if you visited our store in person. CALL ONE - ONE in drtiss or other drua; store when you need anything goods. Call when j'on have an emergency "quick delivery." Call when you have a prescription to be compounded. need--and ask for RYBURN'S PHARMACY "THE SERVICE STOKE" Public Sale ig, I will sell at Public Auction at my otlis on Third street road, the follow- As I -have decided to quit farm! farm 2 1-2 miles west O J Chillic ing property, on Tuesday, November 14th HORSES--1 brown mare 10 years old wt. 1300 Ibs; 1 brown horse 10 yrs. old, wt. 1400 Ibs.; l brown imiro. 7 years old, wt. 1100 Ibs.; gentle for family use; 1 horse 3' years old, bri!c-3 to work; 1 darg gray horse, 2 years old, broke single_ CATTLE AND HOGS--One red milk cow, 1 years old, oae yearling Jersey heifer; 7 shoats weighing aboutj.35 pounds, J fat hogs, weighing about ISO pounds; 4 brood sows_ rsrpJjEsiEXTS, HARXKSS, GKAFS, HAV, ETC.--i good studebaker u a g o n : 1 Key's spring .wagon, g o o d a s n e w ; 2 steel wheel wagons. 1 road wagon; 1 road cart, 1 M c C o r m i c k corn b i n d e r , good as n e v v ; 1 sulkey rake; 1 steel harrow, l disc harrow. 1 lo-in. suley plow; 1 16-dn. walk. ing plow; 1 J o h n Deere w a l k i n g c u l t i v a t o r ; 1 corn planter; 1 bob sled; 2 sets work harness; 2 sets single b u g g y harness; 1 saddle; 1 dipping t a n k , a variety ol' tools used on t h e f a r m , and other articles of the kind. 275 bushels oats; 'Lbou* 200 bu. corn in the crib; .9 tons oat straw, baled and in the brirn: a b o u t I ' o n b a l e d t i m o t h y hay. Household goods, etc--A few articles of household goods; 2 milk cans; 1 gasoline tank full of gasoline t a n k f u l l of gasoline 56 gallons: 1 56-gallon oil tank emptj", also 2 dozen chickens; 30 ricks of stove wood and various othe rarticles. You ;are asked t o investigate i t ^ Asked to believe a citizen's w o r d ; To confirm a citizen's statement. Any article that is endorsed at home Is more worthy of confidence Than one you know nothing a b o u t . Endorsed by unknown people Joe Faat, contracting painter, 1527 W. Webster St., Chillicothe, says; "At one time when. I had t r o u b l e w i t h lumbago and backache, I gave Doan's ICiduey Pills a trial. From the experience I had with them, my opinion is a good one. Doan's K i d n e y Pills gr.eatly helped me and f r o m the relief I secured, I can recommend them to others." ' Price 50c, at all dealers. D o n ' t [ s i m p l y ask for a k i d n e y remedy--get Doan's Kidney Pills--the same t h a t Mr. Fant had. Foster-Milburn Co.. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Not in some faraway place. Some People AVe lvno\v, IUK! We Will Front by Hearing About Them. This Is a purely local event. ilt took place in Cbillicothe.- 1 FALL EXPOSURE IS MOST I 1S-JVIUOUS TO DAIRY COW Exposure to cold rains in November is often more i n j u r i o u s to dairy cows than the colder but dry weath- , er of the later winter. C. H. Ecklea i of the dairy department of the Col- liege of Agriculture of the University j oc Missouri says. ' The cow unlike a £at steer has no layer or rat ror pro. tection. Bad weather and exposure causes a drop in milk production. I " Every cold rain should flnd the , cow protected. It is not necessary , that any large amount be spent tor the housing but barns should have light walls and a good roof. Care should also be taken to make them sanitary. 1O AUTOMOIilLE St T.ouLs Kopiihlic Makes Astounding OlVer t/o Ambitions Women. iEU; OITtLS SUPKRSEBK BFXL HOYS, NONE OF DltCMMEKS CO.VPLAIX B?'TTnttrd Pr«»».) Cleveland, Oo., Nov. 11--"Front, saj'»the clerk at the hotel desk ami instead of the customary he-buttoned bo| there comes a "knockniedead" b'londe or a dashing brunette to tako your luggage and pilot you to youi- room j "Bell girls" are more attentive than bellboys says the originator of the idea. That is the reason they have been installed ia the Hottsi Statler here. Women guests flnd the "bell girls" almost as useful as a maid, the manage .nent states. The "hook-me-up" pro lem is now easily solved. one of the drummers have com- ned DR PRETTYI/IAN Is a g r a d u a t e of t h e College of Physicians ami Surgeons, New Yo r City, one of t n e Best .Meil:cal school in the United States. He has had years of e x p e r i e n c e i n t h e great h o s p i t a l s a n d twenty years special practice. He points w i t h p r i d e t o h i s n i u i i v euros in C h i l l i c o t h o and v l c i n i He Treats Acute anil Ci'i-onic Ciitai--li, Ilinii-inii' in rlie KIU-S, I Deafness, IH.seases nj' l.ho Kye. Kar, .Vcisr, Till-out, l.imsK, StxmJirli, Heart, Liver, Kidney, !linvc|s t i n t l Bladder. I Nervous Diseases Terms Lunch served on Ground. made known on day of sale. ale to commence at 10 a. ra. J A. PEI^NINGTON, Own r COL. WILLIAM MAST, Auctioneer. In these Days of co-operative business effort the organization whioh does not enlist the service of al strong banking institution is courting bus:, ness disaster. j · Numbered among the clients cjf this Bank are many firms and individuals who have had their accounts with us for years and who have found the intelligent banking service rendered by our officers and organization an important factor in their progress and success Let us explain the superior details of our service by letter or interview. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Chillicothe, Missouri MEN FEEL TIRED, TOO While much is said about tired women it must be remembered that men also pay the penalty of over, work.. When the kidneys are weak, inactive or sluggish, when one feels I tired out and miserable, has the "blues," lacks energy and a m b i t i o n , Foley Kidnoy Pills are tonic and strengthening. They act q u i c k l y . Sold everywhere. Xeurit.is, I M i e u i i i a U s m THOSE S u f f e r i n g f r o m Neilvousnoss. Dizziness, C o n f u s i o n :of Ideas. Aversion to Society. D e f e c t i v e M c m o r y , N e r v o u s D e b i l i t y . a n d t h e Sleeplessness, W e . i k n o s s E x h a u s t i o n . t r e a t e d by latest and best m e t h o d s . Blood and Sin Diseases Acne. "Eczema, Psoriasis Scror. u l a a n d a l l other Blood a n d Skin Diseases t r e a t e d . Diseases of Wqmen Treated i n t h e most s a t l i s f u r t o r y m a n n e r . Oour h o m o tt-e;itment is pleasant to Line and givc;s good r e s u l t s . The d o c t o r carries all i i i s portable i n s t r u m e n t s , and come* prepared t o e x a m i n e t h e n i n ^ t obscure medical a n d I s u r g i c a l cases Correspondence! s o l i c i t ed. Address, DR.. PRETTYMAN CHICAGO, ILL. Surpassing in liberality any offer oi' its kind ever given in t h i s section, The St_ Louis R e p u b l i c is offering to y o u n g women a remarkable opportunity ot ! w i n n i n g sixteen luxurious motor cars w i t h o u t a cent of cost Other h a n d s o m e prizes, including sparkling d i a m o n d rings, Victrokis, etc., are also to bo distributed free a m o n g those who respond to the ofi'cr. The glittering array oi! automobiles' IB attracting the eager attention of | thousands u p o n thousands or people, and the good news oi The Republic' 1 a u t o m o b i l e and prize c a m p a i g n in s w e e p i n g in every direction. A u t o m o b i l e s are something nol everyone can buy. To obtain one w i t h o u t paying money f o r it is sorn3 ! t h i n g that s e l d o m occurs. Its pos^" session, means pleasure unalloyed pleasure that only big money can buy--excppt in this campaign. The o p p o r t u n i t y is open to w o m e n , w h e t h - er r e s i d i n g in city or country. Those r e s i d i n g in the o u t s i d e districts da not havo to compete with candidate^ hi Greater St. T^otiis, as they have an e q u a l prize list of t h e i r own. to share in. \ i Every woman, m a r r i e d or single, f r o m sixteen years up, has an eq.ua' chance to become the o w h e r of an a u t o m o b i l e . The a m b i t i o n tt; succeed Is t h u p r i n c i p l e requisite. Already m a n y aspirants are b e g i n n i n g to par- I t i c i p a t e iu the c a m p a i g n , but the l o n a j l i s t ot s p l e n d i d prizes presents n n e n - j l i c i n g o p p o r t u n i t y to m a n y m o r n . The St. L,ouis R e p u b l i c cxi-rciscO m u c h t h o u g h t a n d care i n s e l e c t i n g for its p r l x e a u t o m o b i l e s such cars as the u l t i m a t e w i n n e r s will bti p r o u d to own. Best of all is t h e 5 1 , 7 2 5 West.' r:ott Six, a class3- 7-passcnper model, another f r e e prize. A 1.115 SUide- bnkor, a $ 1 , 1 3 0 Voile Six, a Reo Six Thfi C h a n d l e r Six, costing $1.330, is w o r t h $1.175, and a C h a l m e r s , s e H i n a at ?1 120 aro among the b e n n t i f u l a w a r d s , besides ten o t h e r cars. Every car is a 1S17 model, t h e r e f o r e con- l a i n i n g the i m p r o v e m e n t s ^ anil e q u i p - m e n t that next year's a u t o m o b i l e ? w i l l have. Tho n u to mob Hen a n d other prizes can bo won by the s i o i p l e t expedient of g a t h e r i n g votes. Free votes are p u b l i s h e d every day in The St. "Lou R e p u b l i c , w h i l e t h o u s a n d s of addi, tional votes can. be secured by as y i s t i n g i n e x t e n d i n g t h e c i r c u l a t i o n of Tho St. L o u i s Republic among f r i e n d s . Not only are the award? w o r t h every e f f o r t to secure, but tho g a t h e r i n g of votes "will prove a fa.«- | c i n a t i n g p u r s u i t F u l l details of The Republic's camp a i g n , w i t h i l l u s t r a t e d descriptions of j the sixteen automobiles, and everything necessary to start in the campaign will be malic-I free by address- i n g the Campaign Manager, St. Louis R e p u b l i c , St. Louis, Missouri. QUICK REPAIRS ONE HOUR SAVE $ $ EXACT DUPLICATE f°" J the " rohen b ' !ai ' 8 ' "Wliy w a f t three Jays, 1 can make it in one Why pay two profits, wlicn y can buy from the factory? ivhen I*ur? t f u p l i c a t e guarantee an oxncfc w i t h o u t your preserfplion.. Frames repaired also. ONE M i l l KIN KINfK l om Prepared to UnC M i L L l U n MllUd f f r i m i O ver one million kinds of lenses from the rouyh glass. Come and see. MAIL QRflFRS p uck all the broken parts BIMIL UnUtnG i n a s l r o l l f f b(lX . i r t f t u r n eJasseg^nme day by parc-el pus!; C. O. D T L-owest possible rha ryes. C. W. PALM SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY 818 Webster St., Chlllicothe. Mo. Phones: O^fiff.. 903. Residence. 1450JV Closed Every Tuesday Office Phone Residence Phone 2*{ . .1',:*!-,! DR. J. E. CALLAWAY SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO [TREATMENT OF DISEASES OL» Nervous System, Digestive Or- a ajans All Chronic Ailments and Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nos and Throat. Office Hours--S to 11:30 a. in 1:00 to 5 : 3 0 p. m. Ollice: Second Floor Peoples Trus Company B u i l d i n g . DR. W. R. SIMPSON Practice Devoted to General Medicine 25 Years Experience In Disease oi the EYE, EAR and GLASS FITTING CalOa Answered Day and Sight TELEPHONE 35 Office * Residence--4IB B. Webster CHILLICOTHE. MO. DR. T. G. PHELPS X H K OSTKOI'ATH OFFICE ix ;u;s'iiv BMG. 2nd SUurway ufn'tli ol' L^^ici 1 House C H I M j I C O T I I B . f). S: Kvsiilcnce, :iO8; Olliuc, 1-!l Cnlls answered p r o m p t l y day or n i g h ! . M. McKIM IIK.NTJST MISSOURI Chillicothe Lodge; XO. 91, I. O. O. F DR. S. BLACK IKPUTV STATE V K T I i l U N A H l A X Private C:iIIs P r o m p t l y Answered PHONES: Oflice, S-ll; Residence 716 MEETS MO.VDA1" N'IGHT PALL BKST FOB PLANTING 'FRUIT AND SHARE TREES Fruit and shade trees, planted in the '· fall give more satisfactory re- sultfj than (those planted in tho spring, according to J. C. Whitten of the department of horticulture, College of Agriculture of the University [of Missouri_ Trees planted in the late fall, even a week before thi? grouind freezes, make a root growth as soon as those planted in. the earl, ier-fkll and are not subjected to dryL ing of the earlier warm days. l By winter thaws the root growth of the tree is continued and in the. spring the growth is sufficiently deep to support the new leaf. It is usual that trees planted in the spring begin the leaf growing first checking | the root growth. Both do not grow in harmony. Better Quality Larger Quantity PASTE To a greater degree than you have ever before experiencedwill the daily brushing of your teeth become «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 both as regards its cleansing and whitening- properties and the delightfully refreshed condition -which it imparts to the mouth. Shetland Pony Sale. 25 head from Aid's herd--all col. ors, horses and mares at Gallatin, Saturday, Novl 18th_ If you can't come send description of pony desired and bid by mail. wit Noticej to Hunters. Having leasejd the Gold Jones lan.l south of the Dawn ballast pit, hunters are hereby^ notified that we will not tolerate trpsspasslng. (Signed) Sportsmen Gun Club. Wo«M For Sale. Slab wood $1 per load; bloc': wood $2 per lioafl. This is price at mill. Chllllcotjhe Gunstoclr Mfg. Co. 2-tf. Phone 688.v f i c - r o r u ---o-i l i n y tluiit R E A D 1 . u . v D E S u i t consider tho f;|cl t h a t !· is NOT made to r O U f l l i g u r c -- t h a t i is NOT exclusive in f a b r i c (pattern-- t h a t i t w i l l N O T h o l d i t s shape l i k e o u r TAILOR-MADE g a r m e n t -- t h a t i t costs MORE in the e n d . O u r t a i l o r i n g i n s u r e s a PlLlRFEC'l , LASTING FIT, THE C O R R E C T STYLE and a grade of w o r u n a n s h i l i that is never e q u a l l e d in ;he besi ready made garments. It's a pleasure to show ou · s u i t i n g s and overcoatings for we can sell yon Suits at any price you w a n t ' . If you want $15 Suits I have plenty of them and win g u a r a n t e e t h e m to be ,T-- i?ood as any S15 S u i t ? m a d e JESS HASTON NORTH SIJDE SQUA.RF, Over Heger's Restaurant. C A S T O R I A For Inf aifts and- Children Sn Use For Over 3O Years Always bears the ·*irna«re of Tltm-'s This? Wo offer One H u n d r e d Dollars -tte- \ v n r d f o r a n y cnso o f C f n r r h ( h a t can- n n t he c u r e d by H a l l ' s Catarrh Modi c i n e . T l t i l l ' s Catarrh Medicine has been t a k e n b r caitirrh s u f f e r e r s for the past t h i r t y - f i v e years, and has become k n o w n as the most r e l i a h l r m m n r t y for C a t a r r h . Hall's C a t a r r h lUndic-ine acts I h r o n s h the Blood on t h e M u c o u s s u r f a c e s , e x p e l l i n g t h e "Poison f r o m the Blood and healing the diseased portions. A f t e r you h a v e taken Hall's Catarrh M e d i c i n e for a s h o r t t i m e you w i l l see u great i m p r o v e m e n t in vonr general h e a l t h . Start, takina: H a l l ' p P a t n r r h M e d i c i n e at once and ret rid n f c a t a r r h . Send f o r testimonials. t r r , * · F. J. CT-TTCNRY CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by .ill Druggists, 75c. Arrests decay, makes the gums firm and healthy, neutralizes acidity and keeps the teeth clean, white and beautiful. Get this largrer tube of better tooth paste today and f give your mouth a glad surprise. Your monev back if you say so. * RICE ALLEN Proprietors "The San-Tox Drug Store" Phone 552 708 Washington St Announcement. I h a v e contracted w i t h t'ae '[nterna f i o n a l Harvester Co. for the full Hue of McCormick l i n e of farm m n c h i n - ery. Any one "wanting repairs for any part of this l i n e , ' i n c l u d i n g ga? engines and cream separators will be f u r n i s h e d by me. E. H. LAKE, Phone S I S . 506 E. Webster street C h i l l i c o t h e , Mo. Public Sale l will sell at public ouctioa, 1 1-2 miles east of Spring-hill and 7 1-2 miles northwest of Chillicethe, the following property, on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1916 1.1 Hcml of Jlor.scs Jinl Mules--1 sorrel mare, 10 years old, wt. abou. 1200 p o u n d s ; 1 black mare, 0 years old, wt_ 1200 p o u n d s ; 1 bi.ick ul'iel 3 years old, wt. 1300 p o u n d s ( a l l thesse mares are is f o a l by horse); IgiM. ing, 3 years o l d ; 1 sorrel Illloy, 1 year old; 1 s u c k l i n g mare colt; 2 three, year-old mules; 2 mules 2 years o l d ; 1 yearling niulc. (J Ilejul of C:itl3e--l cow, 3 years old; 1 cow, 9 years old. Thes'* cows are all giving m i l k and will be fresh in spring. 2 s u c k i n g calves. 1-- Heml of Hog's--4 brood so'.vs, 3 w i t h pigs by side, 1 will farrow by January 1st; 8 shoats. weighing about SO pounds each. Implements and Harness--1 coriplanter; 10-ft. harrow; 1 disc; 1 riding c u l t i v a t o r ; walking cultivator; 'breaking plow; 1 wagon; 1 buggy 1 sot s h a f t s ; 1 sot single harness; 2 sets double work harness; 1 saddle, pr-"l. ·.--- Hay mid Feed--4 tons of baled h a y ; some lojse hav in barn; 100 shocks of fodder. " Household ami Kitchen Fiimitii'e--1 Favorite Incubator, nearly new: 1 oil stove with tour burners, good -is new; 1 coal or wood Round Oal,-. heater, and other articles too numerous to mention. Tenns? made known on day of Sf.le Lunch, served by ladies oT Zion .Church^ Sfile to commence at 10 a. m. XOVF.MU'RR WF.ATHBR. "Early cold snaps, s t o r m s and sleet. ^rtow n7i(l slush, cause cousrhs ind rnids. Folev's Honey and Tar a c t s ' q u i c k l y , c n f s t h e phlecrm, opens a i r | passages, allays i r r i t a t i o n , heals in- fln.ni!ition and enables the s u f f e r e r to. b r e a t h e easily and naturally so that pieen is not r l i » t n r h p f l by h a c k i n g prnin-h. Sold everywhere. A. W. CI13S, Auctioneer. O. R. Dowell,0wner Read the Constitution Want ads. I'uhlu; isalo Soon, Having recently rented tny farms for a terra of years. I will, offer at p u b l i c sale on or about Nov. 15th. 2 1 - 2 , miles north of Chillicothe. 92 hen(i of cattle and 10 heart nf hor»- es. besides all my feed a n d f a r m i n g improvement"!. Dpflnite rvotio" of t h » Bale will be m a d e Inter. Wntoh for i f dcfcwtr Dr. K. S. Piaft. ^ HFLPTVG HUNGRY Tint? of folks tliinl- flint n I'O? liVps rln-t So rloro like p.aiirl\*, mid f\ lior niinfp nir. but T?fi"7lin= =n nm^li is nof: soor) for f.lipm Tj- i« p, mistn 1 *e t" fhin mnrl iviivp--! v^it^ ,T hoi''^ P^orl ip r -oor| foT* "iTi^t. ^ r n-" 1-10T---1 Pprirjln-v flo o - -r- ; H nnv- fcr- if^n 1 ? !,i tnr-rl TTT T A »TT T NEWSPAPER! IEWSPAPLR!

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