The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 18, 1916 · Page 6
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THE CHILLICCTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, SATURDAY, NOtf IS, 1916 THE CONSTITUTION TM C l U d TM ^ , t h e C"" 11 ""' p C-onsti u t on The Mail inr star a n l C h U l i e o t n , - Detnocrat Os n a and p u b l i s h e d b ^ J *. -u t s r- vv \ r iv i N Entered it t) e Postofflco at C h i l l cotl M i s s o u i i -!«. , L C o i i ] cl iss m a t e r DAIIT by C a r r i e r In the Citi of Chillicothe per s e a r *·; oo Per week lOc DAILY bv- Mail Postage paid in LAvlns-ston C o u n t per year **oo DAIL\ by Mail Pobtaue paid outside of L i M n b ^ t o n C o u n o per yea" iff' 00 WEEKLY postage paid ptr y e a r VI tin CIIICI.L V.TION Adetailed sworn s t i t ^ m c n t of c i r c u lation w i l l be f u r n i s h e d at any t i m u when requested b ar ad ertiser THE omcui ^r OP n\ \ P P U L!, la . la \ OVF1CIAI ClXi Ol R OH- C H I L I I C O I H E JUDGE ROMJLD ot Mac on who had such a "warm tussle for the noni mation in his ho lie count} as vv e 1 B.S over the rest of the district ra.n ahead of his ticket in his home couu ty 500 votes and -was, an easj winner m the election He succeeds Con gressman Tames Llov d who has lep lesented the district for eighteen years. L o n d o n Nov IS -- Loth O L u Britain and I ranee c.re to be put on war rations \n ordei in c o u n t 1 issued touav gues the g o \ e i - n m L D t c o n t i o l ol toodsHiF;, and eri_ate» i ne\\ g o v e r n m e n t d e p a i t m n t to leg ulate the supplv md the prices Th" British food dictatoi probabl\ v\ ill be Lord Milner I h e British people are to hav 1 meatless dajs and will be put on a 'diet of war bread to conserve the supplv of wheat A.11 luxuries i^^ to be prohibited Isot for a centurv h a v e there been such drastic re strict-ions as -vill be imposed d u r i n g the ne\t few months The French Government has not jet taken decisive steps but dis patchPs from Paris toda indicated that it w o u l d quickl} take action similar to that u n d e w a j heie now England is a unit in support ot the food diet itoi ship plan Not a newspaper nor an individual a p p a i entlv in the w h o l e Lmited Kiugdo i tcda voice criticism of tlie plan"; announced in P a i l i a m e n t v esterdav bv Walter R u n c i m a n The o n l v crit icism heard were that gov eminent control had been over long delav e 1 and the pre m n n x r v plans as an iiounced wero insufficientl} sweep ing or drastic It is k n o w n h o w e v e r t h U Run crman s announcement v\ x spureU prelimmaiv and that ho did not le veal all the steps of contiol w hicll the government h i s determined U D on The food dictatorship it «._s said uia e v e n t u a l l y outdo oven the thoroughness or the Genuan system The Butish people are f u l l j pre I pared for the saciifices which it is realized will be c o n s e q u e n t upon op : eration of the new plan The pub , lie is all the more w i l l i n g to s u b m i t ' to the hardships of a contiolled too 1 | supply in view of tho thrilling scot I les oi British. Airaj heioism now h \ w it 11 r e o la I can in k it i i o J Vs hy p -* t p ol is v-vi c ca i buv o n U e f a c i a EXACT DUPLICATE f s V ,' £ tc ?' en ' J P it-us \\ n! j u t join T*i i nes J op i eU a so 8UISK REPOSES ONE HOUR JSAVL $ liss pi cscripl on ONE MILLION KINDS I ZSTM^»\° 1 on 1 in is of lenses f om t i e l o u ^ h fel-ibb Co T\« and bee M A I L O R D E R S ^icl ^ th ^ broken p-irts f c J a s s f - s hi 7 e di\ b j p a eel post C O D L,ov-efat possib e c h u g e s G. W. PALM SPECIALIST IN OPTO"1ETRY 818 Webster fat Phones O ff re 90S TO J IJvI lx.1 ON \ O i l IN i o 10011 Ch U cothe Mo R°s dence 145DIV Closed Everj Tuesday DR. J. M. McKIM Il ChiLLlCD! HE P V O I I K I I I V V i n i i-- \\ 11*11 , , SO t -- P 1 I O M . * MISSOURI SI CONGRESS In talking -Witt our neigbors out in the country we find the sentiment verj strong and all one wa\ tor the annual tarm congress It is the strongest po«s "ble evidence of pro gress and strength in our citj and countj It grves hope to the f u t u r e I reaching here It stands for conmnmitj u p l i f t and i It ls accepted here tnat the first | healthy co.operation between tov,n ac tivitiPs of the new flictitoiship -will ] *nd country It Is a school of in | have to do w i t h litigition on the ust. struction and education and ju°t the o f sugar [n costlj confectioner of indiscriminate feeding t o anima' 1 s oE ·vegetables suitable for h u m x n con ^urnpt on and of wasteful use of w h i t e flour and potatoes Retail food puces accoidms to semi-official s atist !Js available to thing that Chillicothe needs O£ course Chilheothe is going to pro vide for the big annual farm con as well as the place to hold it "GUIDVER B\M». BIL.1, BE FEATEB The land bank bill seems to have teen defeated The logical e\plana tion for its defeat no doubt lies in the fact that Congress recently pass ed th@ rural credits law which, cover the sume ground and will gi\e the relief ntended to the farmers The benefits being the acquiring of long time loans at a small rate of. inteieat The government is no^ gi anting hearings Ior the location oE the 1J regional farm banks It is anticipat ed that this new la w u ill greatlj re lieve that class of farmers who are struggling to make the hill and will ·encourage farming CHIROPRACTIC is the pjilosophv science and lit that a c c o u n L b foi locates and a d j u s t s the c x u ^ e ot dis eisc A.nj m £ o j m ition \ v j l l be glidlj gi\ en it m 1 ! office fi oe H. H. HARWOOD C H I R O P R A C T O R Ladv Attendant SniSER BLDQ --Opposite New Post Office-- Phone J I 5 feeisoi Blclfr CHIIMCO1HK, MO da5 show tliat in a "\ er r there an increase of ibout 27 Prices now are about 7S Ins per per Offce Phone 28? Residence Phone 13?') J been cent cent higher than thej w e r e b e f o r e the v ar But on such staples as egg" DR. J. E. CALLAWAY XOA~EMT!FB WEATHER Early cold ^naps storms and sleet snow and slush cause coughs and colds I"ole s Hone and Tar acts ciuicklv cuts the phlegm opens air passages allavs irritation heals in flamatlon and enables the sufferer to breathe easilj and naturallv so that sleep cough not disturbed b Sold everywhere hacking Every Woman no matter how competent and independent she is, feels a little more at ease when, traveling alone, if she can rely upon a re "' sponsible official, paid to look after her comfort and conveni ence That's a special feature of Burlington "PersonalK-Conducft d" Parties CNo Extia Expense--Merel a Pait of Burlington Sen ice) to California, through Denver Colorado Springs, the Pike'^ Peak Region, the Royal Gorge end Salt Lake City Join one' It's the best way to travel, es pecially for wome^ if comfort interest, safety and very mod erate cost are to be taken into account The cost of it all is surprisingly low Before completing your plans write, phone or call--I'll glad ly tell you more about it and give you a folder that's worth reading even if you don j t go The planning of and arranging for complete tours--everywhere West, is a part of Burlington Service. E. B. JORDAN, Tick et Agent, Burlington Route "Call 95". c o tatoes fish, and sugar th have nearly doubled .e prices C ASTORIA For Infarts and Children In Use For Over 3O Years b P L G I X L t r i E N T I O ^ C H E N T O 1EL41UL1ST OF DISEASES O^ Neivous System, Digestive Or gans -- All Chiomc Ailment= and Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office Houis -- 8 to 11 30 a m 1 00 to 5 30 p m Office Second Floor Peoples T i u s Company Building Always bears the Dvspepsia is A m e i l c a s curse TL restore digestion normal weighT good health and purilv the blood us Bui dock Blood Sitters Sold at all drug stores Price $1 00 If pad befoie J\oi 18th, tions to the J«ilj mail ·» ill be *- JO --positnel) "53 00 Constitution lv 'Vltei th it tune Bilious' Feel heavy alter dinner 7 Bitter taste' Complex on sallow ' Liver perhaps needs T\ alving ur Doan s Regulets for bilious attacks 25c at all stores Annoancem* ut 1 have contrasted w i t h tae interna tioual Harvester Co for the full lin« of McCormick line of faim jnachin erj Any one w anting repairs tor any part of this line including ga 1 engines and cream separators will b furnished b y m e E H L4.KE Phone 818 506 E Webster street Chillicothe Mo 500 fe I/OCUbT ST PFIOMIS--OtAce K Res J-JOT-M DR. J. L. JOHANSEN Dentist Chiropodiist (Foot Specialist) Coins D O a Club Nail 75c Callouses o O c Hammer Too 50t to 75c Ingrown Toe Bunions 50o nail 75c \ails trimmed properb 50c Masage of Toot 50c Special attention and caie kivon *u all cases Calls answered piomptly in all pai ts of the ntv HOUPS 9 a m t o 5 p m DR. W. R. SIMPSON Practice Devoted to General Medicine 25 Tears Experience in Disease ot the EYE EAR and GLASS FITTING OaUa Answered Day and Night TBLBPHOITB 35 Office ft Residence--415 E Webster CHILLICOTHE MO oc^rr L£ C ^anj» f^ { -ujy y ^ftncitj £*\ --\J?^ i I Beto-re you bur that MADE Suit consider the fact that u is NOT made to 'iODR figure--that i is ~\OT exclusive in fabric pattern-that it TV ill NOT iold its shape like onr T4ILOR MADE garment--that t costs MORE in the end Our tailoring insures a PERFECT LASTING FIT, THE CORRECT. STILE and. a grade of -workmanship that is never equalled in the best readv made garments It a a pleasure to sho-n our "uitmgs and overcoatings for we can sell v o n Suits it any price you -want If von ·want 'slo Suits I ha-ve plentj o£ them ?nd w i l l guarantee them t o be a= good as anv $15 Sult= made JESS HASTON JiORTH SIDE SQC4RE Over Heger s Restaurant DR. T. G. PHELPS 3 HE OfeTDOP V1H OP^ICfi IN GUW1 BU)G 2nd S t m w a j noith oi J eopei House cmLtrcornD MO PHCAES Residence, 2O8 Office, l Calls ansvv ered promptly day 01 night DR. S. BLACK DrPTJTY S T U B PHONES Office 841 Residence 716 Private Calls Promptly Answered W D WANAMAKER, EEAL EST4.TE Loans Exelian^es Insuiance of all Kinds O/h"e 685--Phones--Ees 361 W Trv a Constitution ^Vant ad OHSGHESTEBSPllLS V^ tMc'bit'wi 11s in Jl-d and Hold ..._._ , _*es seaJccl w th Clue R f b b o c I J iitto no other I iy of votu , fffiSi'fc^.f^^'AYlVS 2S5 £ \caisfc owr-nsBest Safest Ai »ijsl el au» SO! D BV DRUGGISTS H/FRYHHElrt St Louis "Uo N o v 1" --Ih Si mi ot the Vi boon \.nt s l e e u t in the ne^c Mi o m 1 t i s l [ ture v\ x s outlined to Tlie SUi o I n bj U C S i u p p State siipti i n t o u 1 I ent of ti c I t a f e u e The tletx lb of the P I O O I m w i l l 1 discussed a n d agreed on iC i n ootin tomorrow at he h e a d q u n t i s oi th league n the S v n d i t i t e l i u s t 1 u d lug The pi i n of tho d j s f i i :r ic T i e e n t i t on ol i proh I i t j r n menchiient bv bo in t itive to l i d d i n g die sale inrt t -lixspoi L i-tio 0 I quoi aud l l l o w m t six. to eigh i r o n t h s a l t e i i t « pas ige f o i th " i loons to t,o oil of biibiness Pi esent ilion c f i G m 1 u iiea 111 ^ I i o l i i b i t i s tLe m a mil ir t u r e ot l i q tnt in Uie St to l u c l tllov\ n r t i c 01 x v e u ind a h ill loi the bi ev% 01 o i (o g 0 out of ImMuebs SIiupp lot) n o d t h e v o t e o n t h e i c cent p oh bUion imcncl nent conv i n r ed h n "Vh^c- m w o u l d v o t p loi p i j b i 1 i t i o n in t ^ o le is T To ^ i rl Mm 10 c entlv proposed 1 iw w a s lo o d r i l l le n a s u u c h is it c \ t c p t c d o n l v \ \ m f o r = a c t a m e n t i l p u i p o s o i a n d t h i s he ^ x i r t cost the n e is n o I I o u j o 00 ) to 5 000 v o t e s "VIv r e c o m m e n d ' t ons to the ITea 1 quarters Co n m i t i e c l o n o n o n h said w i l l be to p i e p u e the pi oh tion law in t\\ o f o r m s ono pi oil b i r mi? the ^ t l e a n d Hie otlici tho m n i f a o t u i e a n d t o p r o v i d e f o t l e ^ s o n a J l p exceptions I 1 now tl s p i o i n is i s u b s t x n l xl x n c o i d w th Unl o[ th legislative c o m m i f t c o of tho M u ste* nl Vll nice S h u p p w a s n b k e d i C t h e Vnt S l l o o n Leag-i e contemplatnd x n \ let s i x 101 at the next leg ^ l a t i r e TTc icp c l icgat v e l j The t i m e for i c g u l x t o i j Icgisl i f i o n 11 xs passed lio sairl You cau t I mal o x good ilooii bad ai d a f t ° r xll j i t is the s xlo nd constnn] t i o n o 1 liq 101 that VVL aie l i t e r md not til l e g u l i t i o i x ol in hour m o i e 01 le' v hen it hall be sold or on tn 10 We m a j poss blj seek legi°-l i tion t stiPngthen t h e l x v \ s i g i i n s t shipp n , l i q u o r luto d r v t e i i i t o i \ The legtilaloij laws i c f t i i p d tn v ere k n o w n in tlie last I j o ^ i s l a t n is the Light O clock 1 en O Uoc' ^ n d n i e v e n O clock (.losing law Op j p o n t n t b of the m e i s u r e touglxl to j 1 cep them in oomn ittccs xnrl do i on tlie c a l e n d i r w i t h tho result L! u m u c i x of vv li il w is i C r - X i d e r l i 1 - l e n i P I a al and tl( bii iblo le^ slxtion w a ' buried w i t h them Shupp s innoum.o m p n t t h a t the Icagup dons n o t m t c n to r e i n t i o d u c c such measn es v\ 11 p i e v e n t a smiilai b i t t i a t i o n xt s ng in the com ng I e» s l i t u f e v h ch con vene, in J i n u x r v Shupp said ihe personnel of the 1 new legislatpre was v e n f r i e n d l v but that the league w o u l d not seel p i o l u bition by statutory mean'; \\ e could e\pect no s u p p o i t i rom the g o v e i n o i ho l e m a i l tcl lu 3 v n do b e l i e v e the people w i l l b" j e x d * 1 lor p r o h i b i t i o n in t w o n o i e vcii"- S h u p p s l e f u e n c e to the C o \ e i n o i v as in connection w i l h G i don c a m p x gix clcclaiatioti t h a t lie w o u l d v e t o a p i o l u b l i o n m c x s u i L v \ ] u c i tlx^. I eople oi the S t i t c could u it v'ote on Follow ing the meeting 01 o low x S t a t e w i d e m e e t i n g ot temperance foices is to be held it w h ch. t i n r the pioposod enactments w i l l be lis cussod tud pxssed on The L e g i s l x t n e C o i i m ttce of tl Ivluubierial All 11 ce held t. n cetuig j e b t e i d a j m tlio I c x g t i b s qu irtui xnd xppiovcd the subni sbion ot S t i t wide prohlb tion not latei Than. No vcmbei 1918 1 103 als o decided to w o r k foi tli n t n a c t m o n t o t t i t i t c p i o v i d i n g t o r tbe op LI ing ol tl G b i l lot box and l e c o u n t o! votes o amendments 01 l i w s s ibm tted tin tier the init xtiv e or l e f c i e n d u i i Kev Di John L B i a n d t c h x n m a n r e p e x t ed bis chaige tli i t the St L o u i b c o n n on the recent pi oh bition b 11 vv ab dis honest xnd dejjlored the xbs nee oc mcxns to open tlxc ballot boxes Ciiildren Cry for Fletcher's e Kind You Have Alleys BongUt, and \\luclx lias been in TDae tor over 30 ye-rs, lias* borne ^lie sig-ualure of l* a s been niat^ ttnder his per* supervision since its infancy. jftjllow no one to deceive youinthis. .All Ooiuitc^'fcits.f.Iniitalpxons^nd ** Just-ias-g-ood** are but ^ ; triflejiwitli a n d endanjg-er t h e neaHh o l tnd Children-sEaEperienee agaanst Eipeniuent* is CASTOR IA is a hn^mless snbs^itnte for Cntpi- Oa, Pare* Hon^., Irops and Sootfmiff Syrups. It is pleasant. It coutiui-. Deithex- Opiiurt", MoTOliine nor otJwcr Harcotio t,ubst i-u e. Ito ag* is Hs guar.iAtee. It destroys "Worms inU aUit, Foi'el-islincss. rorjniore than thirty years it !i ^5 o ci\ in coasjan,* use for «lie relief of Constipation. Ilitiucricj, Wmtt Colic, all 'Teething "troublea ana Isiiil!o^a. It regiRlAtcs the* Stomacli arni £owcla. .^simil ifes tlie Tdpd, givmar healthy and nat-iral sleep* Tiie Children s Panacea --5?lie SlotherN Triead. CASTOR IA ALWAYS ^Bears the Signature of In lisa For Over 30 Years Th® Kind You Have Always Bought Classifica ant Ads LOST--Gold neck chain and pendauv \ ith small diamond setting m joa envelope with Macdonald s name Lib- eial reward lor return ol same to the lacdonald :eweiry store 17-tr WANTED WANTED TO FEED TOR WINTER --Plentj of grass good wmd-mill w a t e r and good stalk pasture Phone OF12 or see Jas. Baines or Mrs Blue 26_tf I UK - RSI* i FOR REST--Storage «pate Henaer oou Son iO-ti TOR RENT-Iv modern ·rurn'ulied room strict 615 Vine Phone T90 FOR R E N T -- My shop on S Locust St Mrs Henrj 1 Miller Phone 96 TOR RE:NT or SALE--House eioso m Address Mrs J o h n Milbank or phone 176 14-s 1 OR RENT--Stnctlv modern Jurn- ishcd room Close in Phone 287, after 6 o clock 16 3 FO1-C RENT--Store room with £u'l sized basement at corner o£ Elm and "\\ ebster fine location for grocer les or feed Chas H Grace TOE RENT--7 room residence 3 lots and barn on north side of Jacksoja street and -west of Dickenson St 130 tf ^ J E Watl-ins FOR RENT--8 room n odern house Bath full basement furnace par ed street 8 lots garage Rent bv year Address Marlow Bros , Chula Mo 25 tf j . 1 2 111 Xll Or HOI S 1 s VMJ "ML! I S--1 extra good span of m u l e s c o m i n g j r O R RLNT--Six rooi i nouse tlior in ! 10 } c xi s ol I w t a b o u t 2 6 0 0 poun ds 1 gi ly nu j o r o m m ^ *) v eai s ' oughly modern, everv convenience br d to hoise bi oke to all 1 x i n e ^ s 1 t h i e e \ o x r old h o i - p \ \ e f l hroke ] close in Desirable Will lent either b o u t 1200 p o u n d s 1 s o i r U sucking m u l e colt Id hands lii^h 1 grav I furnished or unfurnished Wi'l am j x i b old in loal to h o i b e wt 1 1 0 0 pounds, ] sr^ 1 oise v e a i b H Hambv 119 E Clav Phone 73 1100 v o u n a s 1 b l x c k ' i o i « - e 4 v eai s old wt 1 2 0 0 poaiidi 1 dnv istl t a v m 0 decided to qu t f r m i n g w e w i l l sell at p u b l i c auction 8 milt,^ «ontn ast ol Chillicotbe 1 miln south of tho Pleasant G i o v e Cnurch and 1 2 mile r o r t i and 1 2 m^e w e«t oC Isorville the l o l l o p i n g properU on. urday, Nov. 25th ohi w t 11 i old C j o n s old wt 1200 pounds L e ^ c x i old huise 1 colt A.1! 1 coming three j ear tho i b o \ c horses an i in^ 10- e f n ly b i o old n 11 L 1 c nun 0 f mile" 1 no -,cod ont IJ I-TI AH OJ C v r i l r,--1 led cow coming 4 v ears old w i l l be fresh a b o u t Dccoubci f i t 1 led cow r o m i n g I j e a i s eld v ill be f i esh aboxit lanuar^ 2 0 t h ] led jcirlm,-, heifer 4 calves 1 steer and "} lieifers 1 S h o i i h o i o bull is m o n t h s olc! 3 roil call es 11 Hr ID OP HOG'i--1 sow w i t h 9 pigs bj side pigs about i month, o^d 1 sow to f a i i o w nx a b o u t 30 da}S O M r C K r ^ S S -- 1 ao^oii p i i / e w i n n i n g Langslian^s be^t ^n tlif 1 w o r l d II VI A'M') OK V I A -- A b o u t 2 o O bu of good com i cub about 50 TJU good oats ^ 2 tons of good timotlij kaj J M l ' i ' ^n \T \^T) H-\KJ SS --2 w a g o n s 2 buggies 1 Tlar«_ Hawk torn plantei good one 3 u d m g c u l t i v a t o r s 2 liscs 1 gan? pi ivv 16_in sulke ^Ivv w x l k i n g plovvb 2 smoothing liarrovvs i sets woriv .harness 2 seta w o i k harness 2 s tb single hainess 1 saddle and b t i d l e J 1 O L S J H O T H A " N f K.ITCI1 b FUKMILRF--1 Alonaich. range almost new ook btovo 3 heating stoves 2 oil stoves 3'bet 1 tead 1 book ca^e 2 dicssojs 1 safe 1 kitchen cabinet 1 rug and many otlre* ai tides too u u m P i n u s to ment on Sale to commence at 10 a m Terms made known on day ot sale Lunch b t i v r d bj ]aaiet of St Joseph's Church A \\ CIES Auctioneer SAJL.S f OH SA.LD--Overland Touring car, good as new onlv 4 months old Phone 21 2 tf TOR SALE--One Double Standard Poll Durham bull 14 months old W T Hudgms Utica Mo 17«-f SLATTERY WK McBRIDE, Owners SALE--team and wagon hors es in good condition 4pplj at C o u l t e r s Groceij nlTdtf FOR SALE--Kitchen caibinet 6 dm ing chairs, one rocker Phone 1578-M 15SO Webster St 15 6 FOR SALi,--2 houses and lots, five blocks from square Call at this office for fuither information 3-tf Sale N o t i c i Binl-,0 Conti ictois Isotice is hereby e,ivevi th it s e x l e l piopo^ali, w i l l be leceived at n v of fief unt 1 12 00 c clock i oon Situi daj Becembei 9th 1116 loi tin. constiuction or seven le nioi c°d co i ciete budges VKo £01 the gi idir ol w h a t is kno-n n a.i the Hijnes lull I lescrve (.he light to i eject my and ill bids Mr F F Cooper represent · mgr- the Troy Lauudiv Ma · chinerj Co of Chicago while 1 in t o w n last week visiting the h S J j I F E R L i T U f D R A . said This is the most up to date Laundrv doing the most itarlv ppffect w ork that I h a v e seen -n man\ davs "Mr Cooper vv a» in the laundrv business himself in Chicago tor a nunxbei of vears ·--Adv JO BRO \DDljS Bnd 0 e Comrai'3«ionei iiAT x^-HOOi'r\r, COUGH Mrs Sim C Snail Cli\ ton Is ~vl writes Mv gi-ind"on had - u h o o p ing cough vvhen he ^va^ t h i e e month? old T\ p used l o l e v s Honev J-ud Tii and I b»hcve it s iv ed his lite He ib now big and lat rolej = Honej and Tar 1= a flue thing to hvy in ths hou'-e (01 ivhoopmg cough oioup coughs colds Sold evcrv w h e r e V iction S ilc Dires I h a v e made an ingements vvil i the Sciutu B i o s G £, I Co to handl» 1113 sale dates A n v o n e -wishing- nrv ^ervncea call at tha-t office and make date or telephone me thru. SpiinglnH Central or address Chillicothe R r D f»o 6 Ten jears expenenco Terms reasonable Col 'Vvm Hast 16 m C L i l d r e n Cry F R R FLETCHER'S A - T O R 3 A Rememhei the Ar 'Is A. Son S li Blue Moimcl Xnesdij \or J3 e H ITxMng soil my Eaim 1 will "ell it pub'u. auction 5 1 2 miles suuth n n d 1 3 4 m i l f s v/est o[ Chillicoihe a.ud 6 mile- nor heasl oC D--nu the tol lov inp; pioperly on Thursday, November 23d 1« Hcwl oi Jloises \ml l\ilcs--i roo.n male T joars old vvt 1300 pounds Ibl ick m i r e 7 3 0 l i b old A t 1200 pounilsi, in roal by hoiie t lilac] m x r e 3 ie -", old v\ t 1200 pounds 1 black hor^e 2 j e a i s old wt 1100 pounds I blTck m x i e coll S months old 1 black files 1 yeai old 1 2 oar old b l i c k hoise mule t\\ o 3 v f - a r old bl xck muleb 1 hor,e and 1 mai o one 4 j e a i old black hoi se mule 0 fK id ot C title--1 loan. cov\ S vear^ old 2 i e J cow^ 3 j c irs old all f i\ng n ilk and ill to be Ires] in \piil 3 carlj bpung r a l v e i - 2 b a l l s and 1 he "ti rlii^t u c exlrj. £00 i calves 1 Jlc id ol Ho^s--4 Poland Cbin^ biood s o w s weighing 300 pounds each rioiiUmtnti UK! Haines-,--1 larm wagon 1 Velie spimg wagon g o o l i a nev\ 1 VcCoimick mov-/er McCornucic sweep lake disc h i r i o v v 2 14 11* j v\ ilLmg plov s 1 w a l k i n g c u l t i v a t o i bob sled doub'c s h o v e l roll ni" o^-ltci 1 set good heivjr w o i k liiirnesa 1 set plovv harness " collars 1 s i d ' l e 1 lUt bolt i f, un 1 eed md Chickens --Some corn m c i i b a b o u t 00 shocks of £od der vvi h com on 10 tons ol ha. in stack 1 stra\v stack S do/eii Plv mouth Rod hens Household Good--2 heating -toves 1 water cieam separator 1 bent v ooc" churn and othei articles too n u m e t o u s to mention / Ladies lit Cannel Cl urch will serve lunch S le to commence at 10 a, ni "- Terms made known, on day of sale AR.NER, Owner lOljRING CAR in first class order Must be sold at once Best offei taeks it At Wilson Bros Barn 72° N Locust St 16 2 TOR SALE OR RENT--5 room bun galow new, cheap if taken at once Inquire 4?3 E Jackson, or telephone 732 28-tf R SA.LE OR RENT--Modern sii burban proparty, 10 room houar with 5 acres of ground For particulars phone 1454 J 10 tf FOR-S4LB--Encyclopedia Bnttanica 25 volumes, fine omdlng, good as new ? 2 0 , 1 set McCaule s Histor'- of England 5 volumes $3 1 vacuum sweeper, Aigvle almost new, i o , 1 green velvet Davenport-bed, $20 1 leather covered office or Ubraiy chair Telephone 246 CIES Auctioneer A T : B\ Clerk SAM II J1R\IS Norman 6c Jarvis FUNERAL HOME EMBALMEES and FUNERAL DIRSCTOB.S Day Phone 417 Night Phones 153 569 ^ TAKE YODR Optical Question MACDONALD FOR OVER 20 YEARS A KNOWN QUANTIFY, in the successful correction of DE FECTIVE VISION and Eye Strain Modern methods Re liable S e r v i c e . Reasonable Price \ A. B. MACDONLD v \ \ SPAPFRf

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