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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 7

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Tuesday, November 21, 1916
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THE CHILLiCOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, NO. 1. THE QUESTION THAT IS AGITATING THE PUBLIC MIND IS, "TO BE" OR NOT TO BE." AVe knew that tlio f armors must be prepared in order to raise a crop. We have been preparing them for the last 2S years and are still at the old stand waiting Tor more. OUK PRICKS. Q U A L I T Y OF GOODS and COURTESY OF TREATAIEXT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. "CASE-"' is our slogan. We talk it and believe in it. The merchant t h a t sells on time to Tom, Dick and Harry is compelled to add to the price in order to take care of the losses. Our Lilies of SEEDS, BUGGIES and FARM MACHINERY ARE THE BSST THE MARKET CAN PRODUCE and OUR PRICES--WELL COME IN AND SEE. S1LC01MY THE LINK UP MOTOR BK AUXIl^IAIilES OI STATJE ASSOCr.-\TIOX. The .Purpose «f tli e Organ ixatiun i: to Promote Hard Surfaced 'Roads, Butter Traffic J^nvs. ·Fii and Think of t»he Telephone Lot yotu - tolcplioue save yon the worry and inconvenience \vliiok is often occasioned by shopping cluvina; these daj's. Cultivate the habit of "shopping by phone"--it's quick. convenient and satisfactory La every way. "When you }:hone us an order you may be sure of the same careful service as if you visited our store in person. CALL OITS - ONS when you need anything in dru^s or other drus store goods. Call when you have an emergency need--and ask for "quick del i very.'' Call when you have a prescription to be compounded. RYBURN'S PHARMACY "THE SERVICE STORE" Special Reduced Round Trip Winter Tourist R Serlalia, Mo., Nov. 21. -- R a p i d headway l s being made in the plan to organize county motor car and good roads clubs as auxiltaries o£ the Missouri State Motor Association of w h i c h C. C. Kelly 0 £ Sedalia is president, according t 0 M. V. . Carroll, acting- secretary. Mr. Carrol] is de- Toting all of his time 'just now to the organixfction of county clubs. "Th» road Question is a vital one !in Missouri today," said Mr. CarroU in discussing the aims of the state motor association. "Unless w e j .change our state laws so a s to create a real state road f u n d we will not get a dollar of the big federal appropriation. "Missouri must get into shape to j put dollar for dollar for hard surfaced road /ons.truc|tion--not the. 'permanent' kind our present lay "provides. Any one who will look into our 'permanent' road provisions will find 'slithering' weeds, 'smearing' a mudhole or anything else done on a m,ud road .is interpreted to be 'permanent' construction: That's a larce." The aim of the state association, i'working with its auxiliaries, is to get l.away f r o m this situation. Its program is composed of these five planks: "Concentration of all available f u n d s and efforts to the construction at the earliest possible date of a state systam of cross.state rock highways, north and south, east and west. "Regulation and systemizing by law of p u b l i c road m a r k i n g for the 'guidance of travelers. "Such standardization of state, city and town traffic laws and ordi. nances as will provide xmiform regulations and w i l l abolish 'speed traps.' " Astate-wido system for the speedy detection and p u n i s h m e n t of motor thieves. "A state law p r o v i d i n g f o r scientific testing of public gasoline service measures and gauges and the rigid and competent inspection of the fluid being sold, to elimbinate short m e a s u r e and adulteration. "A state license for motor m a _ ( chinists based on competency ana integrity, to insure capable and honest service." To tho mnrc. H. D. n., tho l i q u i d l i n n e c h u l d wnl'd. Tlmy laii'V,' ;mrl rlu-y c-in i p p i - m l " UR j { , [ ; r v ,;i a liL'sitatc Id rp'.'ommonu i L to : i;,-ii- ii-';cr" · liovs. I t luis p r . j v e i l I l s e l f n. r..'t:i;ii'K,ii.:' remedy for ;i!l jY.rms -of K»;:rr-;i J :s : jriM-mkitto that is hnvmli^--. 10 \\ p , r ; delicate slcin. h u t K f i l ! ic is f-,Y""i i v s *·-. . quick i n a f t i n n . U' y . j i i nn; ;i stiff! 1 : I'rora s k i n d i s f J i s f ^ . i n c l u d i n g ulrf 1 ; s, p;\.- pk's, scnlcs c r i i H t or J O c - f t n / r in :my i'orin. this reniL'fly w i l l not 'di.;ippnr.]-f yon. I t lias Kloocl the l^sr nun todny is llio master Come; in t u d u y nnd ;i.«U nb-u!'' n-" mr"~ nntc-G on D. I). T). .illso a b o ' r t lJ." L. D. Koiip, that keeps tba skiu bounty. Standard COUNCIL ACCEPTS PAVING OF 4 STREETS | ALL PAVING IX FIRST WA11D IS I\"O\V COMT'JJETED. Mark's Pharmacy, Cliillicothe, Mo. When You Have Saved $50 the question arises, "Bxrw ·shall I invest .it?" There no better way thnn in a Certificate of .Deposit in Tht Citizens National Brink of CliilKcotlie, whose resource of $850,000.00 give yon assurance of absolute safety Our Ci'l'tinr-ntcs of TV-poMl n ro is siK'il in K u m s of ?f0 n n a upw;irr:]. T h u y bc;jr Inton'sl. jU t h e r a t n of P"r c f n l . nnd rim vem-wnbls at the f n d o ruv-olv m o n t h s 31" y o u M-fint ser--urUy f o r y n u r Marine's and absonct: of ;i.l 1 ·.vorry I n H i l c n L tu mni-e^-ji boiuls, Ktooks, etc., GET A cisii'ririo.vrii: OP YIKl'OSl'V nk. M I S b: aten a r e r e a d i l y n c ^ n t i i c o l l a t e r a l s e c u r i t y are l l i l s str Tho o r - r l l d . n b I o a n d ;i n n excel Ud. Foi* those w h o li:i vo snvod somi* mon.'j- n n d d e s i r e a r e g u l a r i n corm-, free f r o m tli3 annoy:i.nce and .\'nrry of o t h e r f o r m s of invesr.- ntnlt, iv= s l r n n s r l y reeomrnend our Cortllloalc of Deposit. ; THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK HCember Federal Reserve Kiiulc C. S, mSI'OSITAKY Ci*y -Kngincer l*i"e|MU*irig' Phing and Specifications For Paving on Ann Street. The city council Monday night accepted the report, of the city engineer on the paving of Edgewood avenue f r o m Bryan to Polk with concrete ; Irving Avenue from Monroe street to a point 112 feet west, with Tar- via; Monroe street-froni Bryan to Irving with Tarvia and Monroe street f r o m Irving Avenue to a point 130 feet north with Tarvia. The paving ·was' accepted and -the proper ordi- naces passed. This-completes all the paving which was ordered in the .First ward. The Firt ward now has more paved streets than either of the other three- wards. The city engineer wag instructed to prepare plans and specifications for the 'pavi'ng of Ann street from. '.Washington t o "Walnut street, a disl tance of two blocks. Walnut is'pav. ed from Third to Ann and f r o m Ann to Jackson on Walnut there is "no paving. An effort will -(be made" to close up this gap in the spring. A movement is under way for the Better Quality- Larger Quantity To a greater degree than you have ever beforeexperienced.will. 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. Arrests decay, makes the gums firm and- healthy, 'neutralizes acidity and keeps-the teeth clean, white and beautiful. Get this larger tube of better tooth paste today and ' give your mouth a glad surprise. Yourraoney back, if you say so* ' ' · ; RICE ALLEN Proprietors "The San-Tox Drug Store" Phone 552 708 Washington St. OF ['continuing of the paving, on Walnut street to First and West on First to . the power plant. DAILY SALE Until April 30, '17--Return Limits May 31, '17 CHOICE SCENIC ROUTES--STOPOVEES ALL POINTS Jacksonville. Fla $4/.82 Sari "Antonio, Tex $36.18 Savannah. Ga sHG.OO El Paso, Tex $40.28 Mobile, Ala., $3/.57 Albuquerque, N. M $44.18 New Orleans, La. .: $37.57 Ft. Worth, Tex $26.78 Pensacola, Fla $37.70 Galveston, Tev _ $36.18 Jacksonville, Fla., via Diverse Koutes $oO.S2; via New Orleans, $55.82. Havana, Cuba, via Key West, $88.70; via New Orleans $86.05 including Meals and Berth, on Steamer. Honolulu, I. H. and retm-n from San Francisco ov Los An! geles, $130.00. San Francisco, Los Angeles. Portland and Seattle over,"Diverse Scenic Ainercia's Wonderland Routes--Return Nine Months $93.08 As for other Low Kates--.Pleasure to Serve. PLEASURE TO SERVE. Call Phone 95. R. B. JORDAN, Agent, C .B. . Q Hunters Take jVotice. We. the members of A. H. T. A. order No. C6, will prosecute anyone MADE S u i t consider His f a c t that il hunting on o,r farms. This takes £ »£ ^TMTM ^~^ ' Before you u n y t h a t REAm COOK FOB 41 YEARS, SHR INKRKTTS $3OO,OOO PROM TTEB 13MPIXVI5R Carlyle, 111., Nov. 21.--Kate Mul- catiy, gray-hafred and rheumatic, is heir today to an estate o'£'$200,000 l e f t her by her mistress, 'Mrs. John McCabe. Relatives of the dead woman are going to try to break the will. Kate served Mrs. McCabe forty- one years. Mrs^ McCalbe's : husband "was a prosperous physician wheii Kate came to work I'D: 4 theill.^. He died, leaving little property. Kate l e f t for a time, but Mrs. McGafiei'si urgent pleas caused her to return at I a financial sacrifice. Mrs. McCabe, said Kate sao'uid-be the sole heir of her property if Kate ivould stick by her till death. ,,\ Then, oil was struck, on the Me. Cabe property," making Mrs. McCabe the richest woman in Clinton county. She kept her promise to Kate just tho same. DAIRY At 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28th Owing to the demand in th's county for first class milch cows, I have : decided to offer at public auction on the Jas. Gregg farm, 3 miles nortli o£ ; Chil.'icothe and 1 mile east of Graham's Mill, 20 head of well bred dairyt catt'.e, ranging in a ge from 2 to 9 years.- . , ' , .' : b . , These are good straight cattle in all stages of lactation, fresh cows, - · forward springers, and cowsMn milk. These cows will be sold as repre. . sento--! and any known defect pointed out on day of sale. ,- " There will also be sold 7 nead of Galloway calves and- 1 five-yea.:: thousand.pound bay horse, broke to all harness. F. N.Hiskett A. W. CIES, Auctioneer. I in all territory lying east of the Milwaukee and south ot the Burlington railroad. Members A. H. T. A. No. 66. IS.m Southeast of town. The First National Bank WITH 29 YEiRS OF BANKING EXPERIENCE AXD RESOURCES OF~OVER SEVE.V IIUXI)rrED THOX'SAXO BOJjTj.-VKS, wo invitu new accounts, promisbig evcryvaccoiumodatiim lu acorcl with sj-ooil banking. 'THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Chillicothe, Missouri Flocked to Hear Bryan. ' Chicago, 111., Nov. 20.--Ten t h o u sand persons clogged Michigan Boulevard for two blocks Sunday evening to get into Orchestra Hall to hear William Jennings Bryan lecture on "The First Commandment." Squads of policemen \vere sent in response t o calls for help by the officials of the club. It resembled more a great po- l i t i c a l o u t p o u r i n g to hear a President or a candidate tor President than a mere semi-religious service," at which the new "dry" spokesman of the United States was to deliver one OL his best sermons on selfishness. Before going to Orchestra I-Iall the '.commoner stopped long enough to serve notice on the two great political parties that they must write into the national platform next t i m e a strong anti-booze plank or see the party that does do it sweep th country. fabric pattern -- t h a t it will NOT hold its shape 'like our TAILOR-MADE g a r m e n t -- t h a t :t costs 'MORE in the e n d . Our t a i l o r i n g insures a PERFECT, LASTING FIT, THE CORRECT STYLE and a grade of w o r k m a n s h i p 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 . IE you want $15 Suits I have plenty of t h e m and will guaranlee t h e m t o be a? good as any $15 Suits made. JESS HASTON NORTH SID IS SQUARE Over Heger's Restaurant. Housekeeper Gets It. Brooklyn, Nov. 21.--In his will tho late Richard H. Atkins left 22,. 7 7 2 of his SSO.SOO es'tate to Miss Nellie T. Reynolds, his housekeeper, and only $500 to a son, Henry W. Atkins. He also left a burial plot to a cemetery corporation on condition, that 'Miss Reynolds be Interred in it w i t h him. By the provisions of the will any one suing to break it forfeits his or her shore, which goes to Miss Reynolds, S Mr. P. F. Cooper, represent- · $ ing the Troy Laundry Ma- · "S chinery Co., of Chicago, w h i l e '-y * in t o w n last week v i s i t i n g the · 3 '$ S I, I P 15 B 1j A ~U N T R Y ? ·3 1 said, "This is the most ?' (? date Laundry, d o i n g the m o s t ?' Twelve Great SeriaVs In "1917. Some ol these are story-groups like those inimitable stories if the oild home down in Maine in which C. A. Stephens shows himself a master. There will be serials for girls, serials for boys, serials that hold the rapt 'attention of all readers of either sex anl all ages. And the nc- tioii is only a corner of The Conrpan ion. It is brimful and running over w i t h all manner o£ good things. There's not a better $2.00 worth of periodical reading anywhere. Send for the Forecast for 1017, which discloses some of the delightful" secrets of the new volume. New subscribers for 1917 who send Apples For Sale, Good Gano and Ben Davis apples at Dr. Campbell's farm. Sprayed f r u i t . n9dwtf H. B. HOGAN WILL BE IN OHILLICQTHE ALL T 1 NEXT WEEK AND EVERY WSSK IN 3 WEEK, IS YEAR TO -TAKE YOUR MEASURE FOE A TAILOR-MADE SUIT. ordered siut, made in a factory the same as ready-made, and called Tailor-made, trat a Tailor- Made One that is made in CMUicothe. Fit, cloth and everything aboivt it guaranteed to give satisfaction. It will cost yoti no more to have your suit made in Chillicothe than it will to send to some Chicag'o house and get" a factory-made suit. SEE H. B. HOGAN AND GET HIS PRICES. CONSTITUTION "WANTS" GET RESULTS TAKE' YOUR Optical Question MACDONALD FOE OVER 20 YEARS A KNOWN QUANTITY, hi the successful correction of DEFECTIVE VISION and Eye Strain. Modern methods. Reliable S e r v i c e . Reasonable Price. A. B. MACDONALD · nearly perCect work t h n t I ·3* have seen in m a n y days-" ·^ Mr. Cooper was in the S laundry business himself in S Chicago for a number of ·S 1 years.--Adv f S l 5 2 . 0 0 now will receive all the issues for the remaining weeks of 1916 free; also The Companion Home Cai_ endar for 1917. By spe.cial arrangement, new sub^ scribers t^or The Companion · can have also McCall's Magazine for 1917, both publications for only A. W. CIES STOCK Office Rnomi J9.2O Wallbrnnn Building TEKIMS B.T5ASOj\AT3t/E Office Hours: 0:OO a.m. to 5:OO p.m. OliilUcothe. 3Io. DR. S. BLACK DKPUTY STATE VKTBIMNAKTAN PHONES: Office, S4'l; Residence 716 I Private Calls Promptly Answered Public Sale! I will fell at public auction on my farm 3 miles northwest of Chillicothe, ·opposite the Olive Branch Church, the following property, on FRIDAY, Nov. 24,16 ( HKAI) OF HORSES AND 3IAKES--1 brown mare, 9 years old, wt. 1200 pouuJp; 1 mare 3 years old, wt. 1100 pounds; 1 black horse, 8 years old r wr. 1 i.OO pounds; 1 black horse, S years old, wt. 1100 pounds, good sadler;: 1 black horse, 9 years old, wt. 1000 pounds; 1 black horse. 8 years old, wt'. 1(150 rounds; 1 bay horse, 9 years old, nt. .1200 pounds; 1 bay horse,' 9 1 years old, wt. 1200 pounds, 1 colt, 2 years old.. 02 JTEAD OF CATTL.E--25 Shorthorn milk cows, from 3 tp 6 years old; 24 head Polled Angus heifers and-springers, 2 to 3 years old; 25 head Shorthorn and Hereford calves, wt. 300 to 500 pounds; 15 head of Polled'Angus calve?, wt. 300 to 400 pounds; 1 registered Shorthorn bull, 2 years old, wt. ftbtmt 3400 pounds; 1 registered Polled Angus bull, 4 years old, wt. about, 18 00 pounds. Pedigrees will be furnished. 3 HEAD OF HOGS--1 registered Duroc boar, extra quality; 2 sows to far- row ,'ii spring^. . i IMPLEMENT'S, HARNESS, FEED AND GRAIN--1 disc; 2 harrows; 4 farm wagons; 3 new grain Beds; 1 buggy; 1 riding plow; 1 surrey; 3 cultivators; 3 breaking plows; 6 sets work harness; 1 set buggy harness,'and many other articles too numerous to mentions. About 70 tons extra good silage; about 20 tons baled hay; about 25 acres corn In shock. Terms made known on day" of sale. Lunch served on ground. Sale to commence at 10 a. m, Dr, K. S. Piatt, Owner COL. A. W. CIES, Auctioneer COL. D. B. RODGERS, Auctioneer W. D. WANAMAKER REAL ESTATE Loans, Exchanges Insurance of all Kinds. Office 685--Phones--B,es.3Sl-W M. W. LITTON T5XCTAIS1VR F U X K R A I j W V R R Y Special Oil]] m:ule I'o:- Pnrlips ;ITI.I Balls. Phone :?-J3. Chillicothe Lodge A"O. 01. I. O. O. F MEETS, EVERT 3MOAT)AY NIGHT _ This two-at-one-prlce offer in eludes: 1. The Youth's Companion--52 issues in 1917. 2. All remaining November and December Issues of The Companion free. 3. The Compaion Home Calendar for 1917_ 4. McCall's Magazine -- 12 fashion numbers in 1917.. 5. One 15-cent 'McCall Dress Pattern--your choice from your first copy of McCall's--if you send a 2- cent stamp with your selection. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, St. Paul, St., Boston, Mass. New Subscriptions Received at this office. Your Friends and Relatives will appreciate a Photo of you Xmas morning ONE' DOZEN PHOTOS MAKES 12 FINE XMAS PRESENTS YOU GET THEM AT The Watton Studio NORTH SIDE SQUARE -- TIME IS SHORT YOU BETTER HURRY NO DO DBT ABOUT THIS Foley Cathartic Tablets are just a plain, honest, old-fashioned physic. They act promptly and effectively on tlie bowels without pain, griping or naiises The- keep the stomach sweet,' the liver active, ana : the bowels regular. They banish biliousness, sick headacnes, sour stpmacli, indigestion. Sold ererywhero. " Money to Ixon. ., $4500".00 t 0 loan" on city property. Will divide. G. C. Carnahan. Phon^ 293. 17 ~ 6 HELPING HUNGRY HOGS Lots of folks think that a ho£ likes dirt. So does a baby like candy, and a. boy mince pie, but Rawlins says too much is not #ood for them. It is a mistake to think that mud mixed with a hog's feed is good for him. A conci - ete or board feeding floor will pay for itself in feed saved and double in hog health. If you want the right material RING UP R A W L I N S AT THE SAUNDERS-TURNER LUMBER CO. PHONE 247 FRANK B. NORMAN SAM M. JARVIS. Norman Jarvis FUNERAL HOME EMBALMERS and Day Phone 417 .FUNERAL-DIRECTORS Night Phones 153 -569, JEWS PA PER I {NEWSPAPER!

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