The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 15, 1916 · Page 11
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 11

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, November 15, 1916
Page 11
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\ THE CH1LL10OTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1 1916 When You Have Saved $50 the question arises, (fc licnv shall I invest i t ? " There is; no hotter -way than in a Certificate of Deposit in The Citizens Xational Bank of Chillicotlie, whose resources of $850.000.00 give you as suranre of absolute safety Our Certificates of D e p o s i t are issued in sums of S50 and u p w a r d s ThF-y bear i n t e r e s t at the rate ot 3 PT cent, and are renewable at the p-rul o f t w e l v e month If you want s e c u r i t y for y o u r savings and absence of all expense 01 toondfe, stocks, etc., GET A CKiri'IF-ICATC OF DEPOSIT in this strong bank. The certificates aru readily nogott- able and as collateral s e c u r i t y aro unexcelled. E-"or those -who have saved somp money and tip-sire a regular in- coinp, free f r o m the a n n o y a n c e and worry of o t h e r forms of invest- m e n t , we stro,n£?ly recommend our Certificate of Deposit. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve EUink U. S. DEPOSIT/ART HEK HXTSBAXO KILLED YTHE:sr 1110 IlKjnjSKD TO S K L L \Y1KK TO ANOTHER FOK SS3OO AFTK31 'PROPOSING TKli TttAiJE HOISKI.P (Fly Ualti-il Pre«t-O St. Louis, Nov. 14.--Defending the man who last night shot her husband to death and declaring t h a t her h u s b a n d threatened both of them, Mrs Huffman told the police today that her husband had agreed to allow Ralph W. Shot-well, the slayer, to have her for $5J30. Then, she said, he went 'back on his agreement and said that he would kill both of them. She claimed that Shotwell agreed to pay the $ 5 0 0 but that her relations were platonic thruout. This strange story, she told the police t o d a y , and said that its truth was the result of the shooting of her husband, William H. Huffman, 33 years of age, by Ralph Shotwell, 28 yearn old. Huffman accused Shotwell of be- l i n g intimate with his, wife. Shotwell, I who is held at the Bacon Street station said that he shot Huffman in ^seli defense. 10 AUTOMOBILE FKEE. ·TAKE YOUK Optical Question --TO-MACDONALD FOR OVER 20 YEARS A KNOWN QUANTITY, in the successful correction of DEFECTIVE VISION and Eye Strain. Modern methods. Reliable S e r v i c e . Reasonable Price. A. B. MACDONALD LET TO1S Before you buy that READ\ MADE Suit consider the fact that it is NOT made to YOUR figure--that i is NOT exclusive in fabric pattern-that it ivlll NOT hold its shape like our TAILOR-MADE garment--that it costs 'MORE in the end. Our tailoring insures a PERFECT, LASTING FIT, THE CORRECT STYLE and a grade of workmanship that is never equalled in the best ready made garmen-ts. It's a pleasure to show our suitings and overcoatings for we can sell you Suits at any price you want . If 3 r ou want $15 Suits I have plenty of them and will gtiarantee them t o be as good as any $15 Suits made. JESS HASTON yoniH SIDE SQUARE Over Heger's Restaurant. ttHlCHESTEB S PilLS V^:^ , T«E»^»?.?». ****?;. A LS E«.t.Safest, Alirays KelllbU ' SO! D BY fiNUflGiSTS EVERYWHEKl St. .Louis republic .Hakes Ahtoumliu^ Ull'er to Ambitious Women. 1 Surpassing in liberality any oll'ei of its kind ever given in this section, The St. Louis Republic is offering to young \\omen a"remarkable opportun- j ity oC winning sixteen luxurious mo, tor cars w i t h o u t a cent ot cost. Other j handsome prizes, including sparkling d i a m o n d rings, Victrolas, ct'c , are also to be distributed free ajnocg those who respond to the offer. The glittering array of automobiles is attracting the eager u U o n t i o u JE thousands upoa thousands of people, ! and the good ne^-s of The R e p u b h c automobile and prize campaign i= sweeping in every direction. Automobiles are something noi everyone can buy. To obtain one without paying money for it is some' thing that seldom occurs. Its possession means pleasure unalloyed pleasure that only big money can buy--except in this campaign. The opportunity is open to women, whether residing in city or country. Those residing in the outside districts do not have to compete with candidates in Greater St. Louis, as they have an eciual. prize list of their own to share in. Every woman, married or -single, from sixteen years up, has an euua chance to become the owner of an I automobile. The ambition to succeed is the principle requisite. Already many aspirauta are to par ticipate in tha campaign, but the long j list ot splendid prizes presents an _ea ticing o p p o r t u n i t y to' many moie Tha St. Louis Republic exercised jpiucb. thought and care in selecting J for its prize automobiles such ears as the ultimate winners will be proud to own. Best oi all IE the 51,725 West. cott Six, a classy 7-passenger model, another tree prize. A 1,115 Studebaker, a 51,110 "Velie Six, a Reo Six The Chandler Six, costing .?1,330, U worth 51,175, and a Chalmers, selling at $1 120 are among the beautiful awards, besides ten other cars. Every I c a r is a 1S17 model, therefore con taining the improvements and equipment that next year's automobiles will have. The automobiles and other prizes can bo won by the simplet expedient of gathering votes. Free votes are published every day in The St. Louis Republic, while thousands of addi. tional votes can be secured by as sisting in extending the circulation i of The' St. Louis Republic among friends. Not only are the awards ·worth every effort to secure, but the gathering of votes will prove a fascinating pursuit. Full details of.The Republic's cam: paign, w i t h illustrated descriptions o£ I the sixteen automobiles, and every, thing necessary to start in the campaign will be mailed free by addressing the Campaign Manager, St. Louis BABY HAD UTIOOPEVG COUOH Mrs. Sam C. Small, Clayton, N M , writes: "My'grandson had whooping cough when he was three months old. We used Foley's Honey and Tar and I believe it saved his life. He is now big and fat." Folej's Honey and Tar is a fine thing to have in ths house for whooping cough, croup, coughs, colds. Sold everywhere. STU1U3ES. The Women's Missionary Society of Union church met with Mrs. Mabel Fifer last Friday alternoon and the lollowing program rendered: Scripture, James 1:1-27, Mrs. A. J. Depler Song, "A Little Bit of Love." Prayer, Mrs. Steen. Secretary report and roll call. Report of the General Association 1 at Liberty, Mrs. Fifer. I Work done in 1915-16, Mrs. Ada Hornecker. Financial report, Mrs. Etliel Morris. Paper--"Saving the Foreign Children," Mrs. W. M. Beal. Report of committee on Home Missions, Mrs. Marsh. 'Otir Missionary," Miss Cora Dep-' le;. Business and collection. A flower comittee composed of Mesdames Ethel Morris, Florence Beal and Ada Hornecker were/elected. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Hornecker In December.' Meeting closed with prayer by Mrs 1 Stock-well. Mrs. Chas. Cloudas is at Hale vis- 1 iting lier sister, Mrs. Win. Whalen Mrs. Pearle Slater, who has been visiting relatives here the past few weeks, returned to her home in New 1 town Monday night. Mis. Garnet Littrell and little daughter, who have been here at- ( t e n d i n g the bedside ot Mrs. Littrell' i I lather, Lawrence Uhramacher, returned to her home in Kansas last I Monday. | The following ladies from the Sturges neighborhood attended the ·tenth chrysanthemum how at Chula last Saturday a f t e r n o o n : Mesdames S P. and Jesse Hopper, Claude Bowman, W. 'M. Boal, James and Fran!: Krincr, Joe Uhrmacher and daughte, and C. F. Boyd and Misses Teenn Kappus and Kato Uhrmacher Dan Bowman was a business visi, tor to Chillicothe last Monday. Chas. Ricketl of the telephone exchange at Sturges is quite ill. AVED 70 YEARS, THEY SAY THEY KAV13 SOLVED THE 'GETTING A1XXXG' Q UKS'JL'IO.V Glasgow, Mo , NOT 15--J P. Bentley, 90 jears old, and his wife, Mr'. Susan Fristoe Bentley, 88, who were married 70 years ago Sunday and never have had a iuss, celebrated their anniversary. They live near Forest Green. Mr. Bentley, who has lived all his lite on his iapm and still runs the BOO.acre tract himself, is rated one ol the wealthiest men in Chariton county, having amassed a fortune of. between $75,000 and $100,000. Both he and his wile were born on adjoining farms. When they were wed they agreed that if one telt himself losing his temper the other should take cognizance of it and preserve his own temper unriifled. This, they say, is the secret of their smooth relations. Nine children, fixe of whom are living, were born to the union. The five are: T. M. Bentley, Salisbury, Mo.; S. J. Bentley, Forest Green; William Bentley and Mrs. William La Motte, Roanolce, Mo., and Mrs. Lloyd Herring, Forest Green. The Beiitley farm descended to it- present owner from his lather, who obtained it f r o m the government by grant in 1915. Use the Constitution Want column il you have something to dispose of It gets quick results. PREPAREDNESS .THE QUESTION THAT IS AGITATING THE PUBLIC MIND IS, "TO BE" OR NOT TO BE." We know that the farmers must be prepared in order to raise a crop. We have been preparing them for the last 28 years and are still at the old stand waiting for more. OUR PEICES. QUALITY OF GOODS and COURTESY ,OF TREATMENT SPEAK FOE THEMSELVES. "CASH" is our slogan. We talk it and believe in it. The merchant that sells on time to Tom, Dick and Harry is compelled to add to the price in order to take care of the losses. Our Lines of SEEDS, BUGGIES and FARM MACHINERY ARE THE BEST THE MARKET CAN PRODUCE and OUR PRICES--WELL COME IN AND SEE. SCRUBYBROS.G.LCOMPANY Use Constitution Want Ads AVEATHEK. Early cold snaps, storms and sleet sntnv and slush, cause coughs and colds. Foley's Honey and Tar acts Quickly, cuts the phlegm, opens air passages, allays irritation, heals ln- flamution and cnibles the sufferer TO i breathe easily and naturally so that I sleep 1 is not' disturbed by hacking ' cough. Sold everywhere. The name--Doan'i. inspires confidence--Doan's Kidney Pills lor kidney ills. D o a n ' s Ointment for skin itching. Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative. Sold at all drug stores. ' C h i l d r e n Cry FOR FLETCHER S O A S T O R ! A C' nstitution Want Ads are winners NOTICE! The undersigned Company has taken over the property and business of the RILEY PENNOIL CO.,' today, and are ready to furnish their superior quality of BRITELITE Kerosene SUNFLOWER Gasoline With prompt service. A trial will make you a satisfied customer. Call No. 194 and your orders will be filled promptly at wholesale prices. Cudahy Refining Company W. D. WANAMAKER EEAL ESTATE Loans, Exchanges Insurance of all Kinds. Office 6S5--Phones--Res.S61-W Chillicothe Lodge NO. 91, I. O. O. F ^Sfe-JSj^ ^*=S MEETS EVERY MONDAY X ;WSFAFER! Xotice to Hunters. Having leased the Gold Jones l a n J south of the Dawn ballast pit, hunt, ers are hereby notified that we will not tolerate tresspassing. (Signed) Sportsmen Gun Club. NO DOUBT AWOUT TUTS Foley Cathartic Tablets are just a plain, honert. o'd-fashioned physic. .They act promptly and effectively on the bowels wiijiont pain, gripins o r , nauses The- keep the stomach | sweet," the live- active. an u the bowels regular, "'hey banish n sicl, h p , d c , s . sour s o m a e h , indigestion. Sold e 'erywhere. SUIT and COAT SALE! 15 All-Wool Serge SUITS Take your choice of 15 all-wool Serge Suits, Fall 1916 styles, with five year guaranteed linings. Navy, black and copen--all sizes, special at $9.75 Another lot of beautiful SUITS Wonderful values at $13.75 45 Elegant SUITS Not one worth less than $25.00, many of them worth more. All sizes up to 51. Your choice $16.75 ALL OTHER SUITS AT CUT PRICFS IN PROPORTION AS ABOVE. New Line Beautiful COATS Come and see our $1G.OO Coats in fancys, they are beauties. $12.50 for handsome Metalamb Coats, 8 styles to select from at $12.50 Genuine Silk Plush Coats, fur collar, guaranteed lining $18.90 Our full flair Silk Plush Coats at $23.75 and $25.00 are wonders. Near Seal and Hudson Coats up to $135. Great line Wool Velour Coats 40 Styles Children?' Coats See our-great line of SILK and SERGE Dresses Extra Special ! ! WAIST SALE See ihem i,i theTM,-, *.,* Show « indow .pO.UU H A R T M A N ' S sale begins WEDNESDAY, the 15th Sacrifice Sale --on- ALL HATS .'SPAPERf

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