The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 17, 1916 · Page 3
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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Friday, November 17, 1916
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S i *S^J5iS»^S«^| L ^{s^diiaii£!^i N EMPIRE THE CHILLiCOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1916. Stean, Heated SCIENTIFICALL flND flN flLL STfiR CfWT INCLVJDI/NG WALTER PL HITCHCOCK -- OP POVICR UNFfllLlrtG LOU5 FOR HER FflTHER EfiDSTHEVOU/NG GIRL IMTO NUMEROUS Tef4PTOT!ON5 ·DBYS' PLAN TO TAKE j MISSOURI OX VOTE IX 1918. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 17.--The p r o - j gram of the Missouri Anti-Saloon League in the next Missouri Legisla. ture wa s outlined to The Sta*- today by W. C. Shupp, State superintend- ent'of the league. The details o£ the program will be discussed and agreed on at a meeting tomorrow at the headquarters of the league in the Syndicate Trust Building. The plan of the "drys" embraces: Tresentation of a prohibition j amendment, by the initiative, for.. idding the sale and transportation PAVING PETITION HM NINTH STREET Missouri Boy o Football Victim. I Mexico, Mo., Nov. 16--Hiram Colo, 119 years old, student in Central Col- I lege, Fayette, Mo., who was injure:! i in a football game w i t h Missouri .Military Academy here Monday, died lasi SECOND WAR| PROPERTY OWN.! n ' e n t at the Mexico hospital w i t h o u t I lillS WANT JMPROVEMEJv'l The Rapid Advancement in the Residents! District Calls For Permanent Sti'eet Improvement. The many permanent improvements which have been made and are now under way on the homes in the Sec- regaining consciousness. Cole was the son of-'C. D. Cole, residing near I-Iardin, Mo. No iblame is attache.1 to any member of the opposing team for Cole's death. Read the For Rent, For Sale and Want ads in today's Constitution. Tired ai Weakened MUTT AND J2FF "IN THE TRENCHES" ComicCartoons S T O C K T O N ' S O R C H E S T R A a !7 :15 8: 30 P. m. PRICES 5 and 1O Cent*. Special Reduced Round Trip Winter Tourist Rates r,TT«T,-TM ,,,, TJntil A P ril 30 '' '17--Return Limits May 31, '17 CHOICE SCENIC ROUTES--STOPOVERS ALL POINTS Jacksonville. Fla $4/.S: San Antonio, Tex $36.38 Savannah, Ga $ib'..00 El Paso, Tex $46 -S Mobile. Ala., $.-)7.n/ Albuquerque. N. M. $4418 JNe-vv Orleans, La $.1/.5/ 1ft. Worth, Tex. $2678 Pensacola, Fla., : 3/.70 Galveston, Tev $36.18 Jacksonville, Fla.. via .Diverse Borites $50.82; via New Or-leans, $55.82. Havana. Cuba, via Key West. $88.70: via New Orleans $86.05; including Meals and Berth on Steamer. Honolulu, 1. TL and return from San Francisco or Los An- fi-cles, $130.00. San Francisco, Los xVns'eles. Portland and Seattle o\«.r Diverse Scenic Amercia's Wonderland Routes--Keturn Nine Months $93.08 As for other Low Eates--Pleasure to Serve. PLEASURE TO SERVE. Call Phone 95. R. B. JORDAN, Agent, C .B. Q. of liquor, and allowing six to eight months after its passage for the saloons to go out of business. Presentation of a similar measure, prohibiting the m a n u f a c t u r e of liquor in the State and allowing a year or a year and a half for the breweries to g 0 out of business. Shupp declared the vote on the recent prohibition amendment convinced him Missouri would vote for prohibition in two years. He said the recently proposed law was to o drastic, inasmuch as it excepted only wine for sacramental purposes, and this, he said, cost the measure from 35,000 to 5,000 votes. "My recommendations to the Head, quarters Committee, tomorrow." he said, "will be to prepare the prohibition law in two forms, one prohibiting the sale and the other the manufacture, and to provide for reasonable exceptions. I know this program is in substantial accord with that of the legislative committee of the Minister- .ial Alliance." Shupp was asked if the Anti-Saloon League contemplated any legislation at the next legislature. He replied negatively. "The time for regulatory legislation has passed,'" he said. "You can't make a good saloon bad and, after all, it is the sale and consumption of liquor that we are after, and not the reg.ulation of an hour more or less, when it shall be ,sold or consumed. We may possibly seek legislation tn strengthen the laws against shipping liquor into dry territory.' Burlinon ·Judge Robert Grant, ot the Massachusetts Prolate Court, whose novel "Unleavened Bread," was one of the first to depict the modern woman, has an article iu the Christmas Scrib. ner, December, on "Feminism in Fiction and Real Lite." It is lively and very frank in. some ot its comments and is sure to be a topic of much conversation whenever two or more worn, en gather together. Women have already come iuto their own, apparently. "Who longer demurs that w o m e n come and go unattended, simulate men's hats and coats so far as thev can without disillusioning the beholder, carry latch-keys, have their separate clubs and separate b a n k accounts, read everything u n d e r the sun, and discuss almost everything with nearly everybody?" | ond ward, has caused the property owners of that section of the city t j think that in keeping abreast with the improvements the streets should- be paved and beautified to correspond with the homes, and Friday a petition was being circulated among the property owners on N i n t h street for the paving of that thoroughfare from Elm street to Broadway. It is also generally understood that a petition will be prepared shortly asking lor the paving of Broadway from Clay street to the north end of the street. It is anticipated there will be no trouble in securing the required number of 1 signers t o these petitions asking for the improvement.and thosq who favor the .improvement expect to have the petitions ready asking th council to award the contract this .winter in order that the successful contractor may 'begin work as soon as the weather is favorable in the spring. /It will be only a question of a short time until every principal street in the city will be paved," said a resident of the Second ward today. "Those who have bitterly opposed ··paving who now have it in front of their homes see the benefit ot it and instead o( fighting the improvement they are boosting it. Good paving and sidewalks add greatly to the ap_ rearance of a city and Chillicothe with its beautiful homes should have i every principal street paved." ' During the past two years more ( p a v i n g has been put down in Chilli- I cothe than ever before in the history | of the city in the same length of time. Chillicothe is known far and wide for its paved streets and good sidewalks. WEAK AND TIRED WOJIAJf Use the Constitution Want column if you have something to dispose of. It gets quick results. fc ( ^6 * C TONIGHT ffl The Great Griffith Hypnotic Comedy Co. The show with a 1000 laughs Entire change.of program each evening Admission: Adults 25c, children 15c COMING THURSDAY A l ~ THE MAJESTIC THEATRE SUPER FEATURE PICTURE PRODUCTION. A SURE-FIRE HIT . DAXIEL, FROHMAN PRESENTS. OWEN MOORE and HAZEL DAWN IX A PICTURIZATION OF THE DRAMATIC 'SENSATION Tolls TIow Vlnol Made Her Strong. CMllieothe women who are weak, run-down and suffer from the consequent effects of such a c o n d i t i o n , will be interested in Mrs. Odell's ^letter. Sho says: "I am a farmer's "wife and was all run-down, weak, tired and suffered from indigestion, and sometimes It seemed as though I could not keep around and,do my housework. I had taken many medicines without bene_ fit. One day I saw Vinol advertised, and made up my mind to try it. I have taken four bottles and have gained seven pounds in weight, am much stronger, and feel many years younger than before." Sarah Odell, Lockport, N. Y. The reason Vinol builds up weak, run_down women so quickly is because it contains a delicious combination of most successful tonics, beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptones and glycerophos- phates, in a mild tonic wine. We want to say to every weak, run down, overworked woman in Cbilli- cothe that we will return your money if Vinol fails to help you as it did Mrs. Odell. Clark's Pharmacy, Chillicothe; also at the leading drug stores in all Missouri towns, i Under Cover '99 byRoi Cooper Megrue SINGING CLASS AT THE MAJESTIC TOMGHT. The feature of the Griffith Hypnotic Comedy Co. tonight at the Majestic Theatre will be the presentation of the class tinder the hypnotic power of Prof. Griffith, and the promise of the professor that he will have the young men display their talent as vocal artists. The attendance last evening* was the best of the week, and every one enjoyed and were deeply interested in the attraction. Prof. Griffith is well known in Chillicothe as this is his third time to appear here. There is no question as to his power to do things, and his] scientific handling of his subjects is very commendable. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case -of Ctarrb that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Mediclr-e has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fiye years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts through the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general health. 'Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, F.' J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. THTS AND TTVE CENTS! DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this lip, enclose five cents to Foley -. Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing y o u r name and address clearly. You will receive in return trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds aaid croup; Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic Tab. lets. Sold everywhere Studehatcr Six, Seven Passnger Touring Car $1085 The Growth of Studebaker Business Is Built on Giving Honest Value to the People For over thirteen months the present series of Studebaker cars have been steadily increasing in sales,- and today there are more unfilled orders on hand for the present models oi Studebaker cars than there have ever been before. It has not been necessary for Studebaker to "announce"anew model, or to build a cheap car, or to in any way change the car which it introduced to the p u b l i c J u l y 1st, 1915, and further refined and improved in January, '16. There has been no let-up in public demand for this car.. It has been imitated by other manufacturers, but in power, in value, in efficiency, in economy, in appearance, in comfort and in roominess it still leads all · cars in its class. It Gives Nation-wide Satisfaction In the last thirteen months it has been giving service in every part of the United States. It has been driven in the crowded traffic of metropolitan centers. It has been driven through the snow, slush and ice of the north- e r n countries, t h r o u g h t h e gumbo roads of the middleWest, through the mountains of the West. Seventy thousand owners have tested its adaptability 7 to general motoring needs. Hundreds of stage drivers have tested its dependability and durability in continuous service on rough mountain roads, and from all parts of the country the orders come in for more cars of the same kind. ft Has Developed No Weakness No weakness has. developed. "The motor has stood up and given the power economically. The rear axle construction has stood the strain of the big Studebaker motor under life-trying overloads. The special steel members of the Studebaker chassis have- never given way, and no life has been lost among the thousands who have trusted to the material that Studebaker puts into its cars. // Is Wonderfully Economical There are no general claims for replacements, for defective workmanship, nor defective material. The average repair and maintenance cost per car for the last thirteen months has been so low that you wouldn't believe us if we quoted you the figure. The average consumption of gasoline per mile over.all kinds of roads for the power and service developed is surprisingly low and indicates conclusively the splendid efficiency of Studebaker design. It Has Made a World's Record Studebaker has established a wonderful record in its present series of cars. In number of cars produced and sold, it leads by a large majority every manufacturer in its class in the world. In the last thirteen months it has made more seven-passenger Sixes and more seven-passenger Fours than have ever been produced by any manufacturer in an equal length of time. And these facts, in face of the general satisfaction and the continued demand for Studebaker cars, absolutely establish the leadership of Studebaker. And with the history and prestige of Studebaker, with its wonderful factory resources, with its ur.cnualed manufacturing experience and organization, with its splendid engineering laboratories, is there any reason why you should not expect Studebaker to lead all other manufacturers in the world in the production of cars in its .class? Four--$875 F. O. B. Detroit Six--$1085 F. O. B. Detroit ADAMS AUTO SUPPLY CO., Distributors Chillicothe, Missouri NOITIC E ! The undersigned Company has taken over the property and business of the RILEY P E N N O I L C O , today,andare ready to furnish their superior quality of BRITELITE Kerosene SUNFLOWER Gasoline With prompt service. A frial will make you a satisfied customer. Call No. 194 and your orders will be filled promptly at wholesale prices. Cudahy Refining Company EWSPAPER {NEWSPAPER!

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