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i, i i i 5M i i j? V t ' it i . i . u I" i'',' '1 The Kind Yon Hare Aliroj In use for, over 30 years, All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-jyood" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute S6r Castor Oil. Pare goric, Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium. Morphiao nor other Narcotic substance. Its' ago Is its gfuaranlee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverislmcs. , It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and F.iatulcncy. . It. assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea -The Mother's Friend, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS X7 Bears the : The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. VMS OSNTau eOMANV, Tt WORDS OF PRAISE WELL MERITED i , BY A. WELL KNOWN ARTICLE. eo ioa3h bas been written by the Standard rneuicial authorities, of all the eever&L, schools of practice, in praise of the native, or American, medicinal nanis wnicn enter into the composl ton of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis -covery, that in attempting to quote irora tne various works on Materia Mtdita one hardly knows where to commence, since they are ao volumin ous mat only the briefest and most im perfect reference can be presented in a maon arucie.iiae tnis. , Briefly then ' let us 'sav that tha "vsoiaen Meaicai discovery" was named from .the sturdy little plant uoiaen eeai, ine root of wtnen enters largely into its composition. Besides . this most valuable ingredient, it con r tains glyceric extracts of Stone root, f Queen's root, Black Cherrybark, Blood , root and Mandrake root. Finley Ellingwood. M. D., an ernin- - ent practitioner of Chicago and Profes sor of Materia Medica in the Bennett ; Medical College of that city, in his recently published work on Therapeu. tics, Bays of Golden Seal root: It is the most natural 'of stimulants to the normal function? of digestion. Its in i; fluence upon the mucous surfaces iren- ders it tnoBt important in catarrhal gastritis (inflammation of stomach) and gastric (stomach) ulceration.". Many, other authoritfes as well as Dr, Ellingwood extol the Hydrastis (Golden Beal), as a remedy for catarrhal dis eases of the nasal passages, stomach, bronchia, gall ducts, kidneys, intestines and bladder. Among these, we may mention Prof. John King, M. D., author of the American Dispensatory; Prof. : J. M. Scudder, M. D.f in his "Bpeciflo Medication"; Dr. Hale of the Hahne mann Med. College of Chicago: Grover Coe. M. D of New York,nhls 0r- f;amc Medicines" Dr. Barthflfcw of Jef en Med. College arid scorls of other leading medlcit writers and tekchere. All the foregoing eminent authorities ( extol the curative virtues of Golden I Seal in cases of stomach, liver and in testinal weakness, torpor and ulceration j of bowels. Dr. Ellingwood recommends i it most highly, "In those cases of atonic I dyspepsia when the entire apparatus, j including the liver, is. stagnant and inoperative." He also extols it most highly in the many weaknesses and de frangements peculiar to women and ays, w It is a most important remedy Jn many disorders of the womb." Golden ; Seal root (Hydrastis), is an important ! Ingredient of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- stription for weak, nervous, " rundown" women. ' i But to return to the " Golden Medical - Discovery " it may be said that its cur ative properties are not wholly depend- eat upon Golden Seal, valuable as it is, as other equally potant ingredients add greatly to its value and in fact are not less important than the Hydrastis, or 'Golden Seal. In all bronchial, throat, lung and kindred ailments, Stone root.Black Cherrybark, Queen's root and Blood root, each plays as important a part In effecting the phenominal cures of "Golden Medical Discovery" as doea ,3olden Seal. All these ingredients have the endorsement of prominent tractitioners of all schools of medicine or the cure of disease of the bronchia, throat and lanes. eir & for PLUMBING STEAM AND HOT ELECTRIC ELECTRIC WIRING and 7J i'Mwwiiiiwpaiiiiiii Bought, and which has been has borne the 'signature of and lias been made under his per sonal supervision since its Infancy AIIott no one to deceive you in this. Signature of MUMU eVaCST, NEW VOUM OIT. Of Queen's root, Prof. King eayw "An alterative (blood purifier) unsur passed by few if any other of the known alteratives. Most successful in skin and scrofulous affections; beneficial in bronchial affections; permanently cures bronchitis; relieves irritations; an im portant cough remedy; coughs of years' standing being cured; aids in blood making and nutrition and may be taken with out harm for long periods." Qneen's roots Golden Seal root, Stone root, Black Cherrybark and Bloodroot, all articles extolled by leading practi tioners of all the schools, as the very best of cough medicines, are made er pecially valuable when' combined with chemically pure glycerine which greatly enhances the curative action of all these ingredients in all bronchial, throat and lung affections, severe coughs and kin dred ailments. Who can doubt the efficacy of such a compound, . when scientifically made up, as in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery? Who can doubt that it is a most effective remedy for the several diseases for which its ingredients are so highly recommended by the formort writers on materia jueatcar It is in the cure of the more chronic or lingering, persistent, and obstinate cases of bronchial, laryngial and lung affections, attended by hoarseness ana severe cough, which if neglected or DSxlly treated would generally have run into consumption, that "Golden Med ical Discovery" has won the highest praise from all who have observed its marvelous control over these and kin dred affections. It is no cheap com pound made-up of trashy ingredients lor free distribution, that curious peo ple may experiment upon themselves as with the many fake nostrums so commonly sent out as "trial bottles." xt nas a forty year record, embracing many thousands of cures behind it. is sold at a reasonable price and may be found in all drug -and medicine stores in this and many foreign countries. It will be seen from the above brief extracts kw well " Golden Medical Dis covery" is adapted for the cure of all blood diseases, as, scrofulous and skin affections, eruptions, blotches, pimples and kindred ailments: also that it is equally good in all Catarrhal affections no matter where seated, and for all cases of indigestion, or dyspepsia, tor pid . liver, or biliousness and as a tonic and invigorator in all manner of weaknesses, and in nervous debility and prostration the above extracts amply show. Much further information as to the properties and uses of Golden Medical Discovery" and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak women, will be found in a little booklet of extracts from standard medical books which will be mailed free to any address on request, by letter or postal card, sent to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. All the several meredienta of Dr. Pierce's medicines will be found, from the reading of this little booklet, to have the strongest possible professional endorsements and recommendations for the cure of alt the diseases for which these medicines are recom mended. No other medicines? for like purposes have any such endorsement. They are non-alcoholic, non-s&sret. salt ana reliable. ? G-a&giead WfiTER? HEATING MOTORS CHAN DELIERS 7TI THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD Personal Side of an American Talked About bv Fvrrv. I body, but Known k'iodly la Disposition. Especially to ChlMres. Jena D. Rockefeller. Emperor ef the Realm of Pctroleea, Hat Ever Bees a Mao of Mystery Keen to I Find Oat Buiiacss Secrets of Others, bat Cautions Aboqt GJv. ' isf tils Owa Modest Liver aad Ref ular Attendant at Chorea. Whose Only Recreations Are Golf - a n.u as 9N IT Is an off day when the Standard Oil company is not being investi gated. At present writing there are four public Inquiries proposed or in progress to flud out where Rocke feller got It. One of these Is by Attorney-General Iladley of Missouri, an other is by the state of Kansas, n third Is by Commissioner Garfield, aad the ifourtn is a proposed probing of both the oil company and the coal carrying railroads. All these keep John D. ba.y iodgiug process servers. There Is trou ble under the old man's new wig. It is no snap being the . richest man on earth. With Miss Tarbell and Torn Lawson saying things about him, with states trying to do things to him, with press, pulpit ind public criticising him. It is no wonder that he has lost all his hair and looks like the oldest man in the world. Mr, Rockefeller was born without money. Now be has all of It that other people could not keep him from taking away from them. Wher ever there are any loose dollars he Is found in the midst of them, and they are not loose long. "lie is money mad." said bis neighbor. Senator Hnn na; "money mad; sane in everything else, but money mad." John D. Rockefeller took his rise in New York state sixty-six years . ago. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER AND HIS POCANTICO HILLS ESTATE, NEAR TARRYTOWN, N. Y. Many peculiar tales have been told of bis father, but the son has enough iniquities of his own to bear without; dragging In those of his ancestors. John D. got his start by saving his pennies. Since then he has been sav ing other people's. At present he has quite a collection. His folks moved to Ohio while he was quite young. He went to school in Cleveland for a year. While there he wrote three essays that did not attract any attention as long as they could help it. They then bad greatness thrust upon them.- After leaving school John tramped the streets of Cleveland looking for a job. This is not particularly surprising, as thou sands of other young men have done the same thing, but for a millionaire to have done it makes the world exclaim: "Indeed! How remarkable!" It was not much of a job that young Rocke feller got but by wearing two dollar suits of clothes and eating mush and milk he managed to retain part ef his salary. Every dollar he got be placed in an Incubator and made it batch out another one. He also placed his head in the incubator and batched out schemes. That is what caused him to moult all his feathers except two or three on the back of his neck. These schemes all had to do with the annexa tion of money, and every time one pipped the shell it was up to other folks to lock the safe. The manner In which Mr. Rockefel ler got into oil has bejn told by him self. One day he was crossing a foot log In the oil regions, and he fell into a deep puddle of the liquid. He remark ed to his companion that be was in the oil business "head over-ears." He like wise said that he had become a plung er. It was doubtless because of these brilliant witticisms that he was after ward made a member of the American Press Huoaoriets. At least there is no other known reason. Ciar of the OH Pipe Line. Having thus got his start, he hat continued In oil up to this present hour. Arming himself with a railroad rebate in one hand and a'dfawbackln" the other, he proceeded to chase everybody "To Cure a Felon" says Sam Kendall of PLillipsburg, Kan,, f'just cover it over with Buck len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will do tbo rest." Quickest cure for Burns, Boils, Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema, Salt Bheum, Chapped Hands, Sore Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 25c at A, G. Luken & Co., drug store- Guaranteed. " ; ' MrS. Austin's Buckwheat hnn a wnrM wide reputation on. account of its gen uine ; buckwheat" flfirorv-L Dba't forget the name. . . Intimately by Few .?i7 else out of the field. Some of his com petitors went into his company, some Into bankruptcy, and others rommItted suicide. It mattered not to him so long as they got out of his way. The word "skidoo" had not theu been Invented, ' but that Is the thing they all did with j out knowing what to call it. He made ! the railroads not only refund part of the- rates that he paid, but also give him part of the rates that other oil ; shippers paid. He likewise made the ! roads tell him just what the other sblp ! pers were doing. Then he would go : into his competitor' territory and un ' deraeil him. Nobody could stand be- fora such a system as that. l caught them "coming and going." The Stand ard thus crushed Its rivals, and John D. Rockefeller became the oil king, the czar of the pipe line, the emperor of the realm of petroleum. Outside of business no one has ever urged much of anything against Mr. Rockefeller so far as known. He has no vices, lives modestly, is kindly In disposition, especially to children, gives away vast sums for education and charity, keeps out of society and clubs and regularly attends church. So far as the form goes be has kept hin pri vate life seemingly correct. But in business be has been as unscrupulous as a fox and as merciless as a wolf. . Rockefeller's pastor at Cleveland, O., says that the oil king's hiding himself to elude the process servers Is the "cutest trick" he ever played. Tom LnwBon, on the other band, says that within a year both Rockefeller and Rogers will be behind the bars. These may be regarded as two expert opin ions. The reader may choose whlcfl, he likes. f Very Smooth and Adroit. Now that the Missouri supreme court has decided that Rogers and other Standard witnesses must answer ques tions, it may be that Rockefeller will be still more anxious to keep out of the way. He doubtless knows many things that ho does not want to talk about In open court. But the state of Missouri can probaVly wait as long as he. It will not be exactly convenient for John D. to remain In hiding during the rest of his natural life, and sooner or later some bright young process server is liable to nab him. Then a Standard Oil chapter is liable to be written that will be still more interesting than those already put in print by Ida M. Tarbell. The country will await that event with keen and pleasurable antic ipations. Mr. Rockefeller has proved that -he is a very smooth and adroit gentleman, but the arm of the law is long, and he cannot escape it indefi nitely. Meanwhile his dodging of a le gal summons, however "cute" it may be, does not place him in exactly an enviable light. People are apt to con- elude that when a man. makes such strenuous efforts to keep from being a witness there is some reason for wish ing to conceal himself and his knowl edge. That sort of action when done by poorer people is usually character hied by very unoomplimtfatAry terms. - Even, "cuteness" may Arfrreach it self.' Uncle Sam la gettSg more and more In earnest about some matters, and a persistent dodging of the courts and refusal to testify are liable to add to that earnestness. . Jahn Davison Rockefeller may be the richest man on earth, but he Is still an American clti- "en"and is subject to the laws of the land. It might not be a bad Idea for Well Worth Trying. W. H. Brown, the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield, Vt., says : "Next to a pension, the best thing to get is Dr. King's New Life Pills," He writes: "they keep my family in splendid health." Quick cure for Headache, Constipation and Bilious ness. 25c Guaranteed at" A. ,G. Lnken & Co. 'a drug store. : V 'Moonlight at Coliseum Thursday evening. some friend to advise him to come bit' the reservation. Mr. Rockefeller has four harr.o one in New York city, oue in t!st i cantico bills, near Tarrytowu, N. one at Lakewood. N. J., and one at Cleveland. O. A mnn with as many domiciles as that and with a telegraph and spy system reaching over th en tire country has certain advantages in skipping out of the way of court of ficers, but he cannot thus evade public opinion, and that, after all. is the su preme arbiter in thi country. It la very pervasive and ever active. It may be lulled by gifts to educational Institutions and charities, but it is ready to spring up again at a moment's notice. The king of the Standard should not forget the importance of public opinion. Carefully Guarded From Strangers. Despite the fact that ha has houses and lands scattered alout promiscu ously this Plutus of petroleum lives very simply. Society kuows him not. His only recreations are golf and pray er meeting. At Pocautlco, where he lives when not being chased by court officers, he potters around his estates like any old fellow, ses that his em ployees are well housed and cared for. talks to the children and seems very much tike a human being. He is called by his neighbors "the old gentleman," while John D., Jr., is referred to as "the young fellow." It Is worthy of note that "the old geutlaman" Is the more popular of the two. He rides about his Immense estates, generally standing on the step of his buggy, giv ing au order here and there and keep ing a close watch on all that is going forward. While democratic with those he meets, the oil magnate is very care fully guarded from the intrusion of strangers. They might have bombs concealed about the'.r persons or, worse still, subpoenas. One day a stranger managed to get by the guards. John D., who was playing golf with a friend, saw blrn first and broke for cover. The stranger followed at a good clip, holding out a package. Rockefeller proved a swift 6prlnter for one of his years and finally succeeded In concealing himself. A guard caus'ut the strangert who proved to have nei ther an Infernal machine nor a court summons, but only a harmless bottle of hair restorer. Mr. Rockefeller can tell a story on occasion and is not without an appreci ation of humor. He is fond of asking his friends how long a man's legs should be, and If they cannot answer the conundrum he tells them gleefully, "Long enough to reach from his body to the ground." The fact that Lincoln originated that saying does not seem to detract - from the oil king's enjoy ment In repeating it. "Heaviest Hole T Have Ever Known." The president of the Standard Oil is fond of telling about the heaviest bole be ever heard of. It appears that la an earlier day he ordered from a foundry some castings, one solid and one with a hole. The bill was rendered for two solid castings. Mr. Rockefeller called attention to this and received the fol lowing credit: "J. D. Rockefeller. Cr., by 1 hole, weight 482 pounds. $12.50." "That," chuckled John D., "was the heaviest hole I have ever known." There Is another and an earlier story that shows another phase of Rockefel ler's character. The late Amasa Stone of Cleveland was the heaviest stock holder in the Standard Oil company back In the seventies. Stone, who was a man of Importance, later becoming the father-in-law of Colonel John Hay, had a habit of laying down the law. One day he was engaged in that occu pation in a directors' meeting of the Standard. "Just a moment, Mr. Stone." said Rockefeller. "I want you to know be fore this discussion goes any further that you can rua your rolling mills and banks as you please, but you can't run Standard Oil." "I presume," said Mr. Stone after a moment's painful silence, "you stand ready to buy my stock,"Mr. President." "Certainly." "Well, I'll take $100,000, and my offer holds good from 10 o'clock tomorrow morning until a quarter after." Where upon Stone left the room. Rockefeller was not very flush In those days, and no one knows how he raised the money, but at the stipulated time he sent a friend to buy the stock. A Mao of Mystery. John D. Rockefeller is a much stron ger man physically than is generally believed. He is above the medium height, has a good pair of shoulders and a vigorous step. The peculiar dis ease that caused - him to lose all his hair gives him a very ancient and un canny appearance. Recently the wear ing of a wig modifies this strange as pect. His bead is large and high, his lips thin and almost, cruel and his eye like a blank wall. It looks through one without telling anything in return. When the man is deeply stirred it flash es with a cunning and almost malevo lent gleam, but these occasions are rare. If the eye is the window of the soul John D. Rockefeller knows how to veil his soul so that the world may not see the inmost springs of his ac tion. He has ever been a man of mys tery, keen to find out the business se crets of others, but cautious about giv ing bis own, even to his most intimate associates. For nearly thirty-five years the Standard OH Company has been the subject of numerous judicial inquiries. The Interstate commerce commission law and the Sherman antitrust law ere .both aimed at this gigantic trust. S Sut through all the Inrmirlen and Meglslatlon the head of that Immense monopoly has jnanaged to wriggle out of the clutch! the government and bos built upir system tho complexity aad power of . which no one except himself perhaps can measure J. A. EDpWRTON. WAS SEVERELY BURHED Oliver Nusbaum was severely burn ed Monday afternoon while attempt ing to light a fire with, gasoline. There is nothing worse than an of fensive breath- It comes from bad stomaclt and liver. HoIllstera Rocky Mountain Tea cures all liver disorders and perfumes the breath, 3 5 cents, Tea or Tablets. - " U a T ..1 a. vi siug ujr a v muuss ec yv- i Tumors Conquered Without Operations Unqualified Success of Lydia E. PinKham's Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs, Fox and Miss Adams. JaCfftonnie Fox jjgiiuLuaAdam One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the conquering of woman's dread enemy, 'lunior. So-called " wandering pains" may come from its early stages, or the pres ence of danger may be made manifest by excessive menstruation accompanied by unusual pain extending from the ovaries down the groin and thighs. If you hare my&terious pains, if there are i'adications of inflammation nlcera tion or displacement, don't wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital opera tion; secure Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege table Compound right away and begin its use and write Mrs. Pinkhatn of Lynn, Mass., for advice. Read these strong letters from grate ful women who have been cured: Dear Mr. Pinkhum: (First Letter.) "In looking over your book I ee that your medicine cures Tumor of the Uterus. I have been to a doctor and he tells roe I have a tu mor. I will be more than grateful if you can help me, as I do m dread an operation." Fannie D. Fox, 7 Chestnut St. .Bradford, Pa. Dear Mrs . Pinkhatn : (Second Letter.) " I take the liberty to congratulate you on the success I have had with your wonderful medicine. " Eighteen months ago my monthlies stopped. Shortly after I felt so badlyl sub mitted to a thorough examination by a phy sician, and was told that I had a tumor on the uterus and would have to jwdergo an .operation. " I soon after read one of your advertise ments and decided to give Lydia . Pink hana' a Vegetable Compound a triaL After taking five bottles as directed, the tumor is . entirely gone. I have again been examined Lydia E Pinkham' Vegetable Comcrsd ROSS' ALMOND COLD pEAM (Skin Food and Maarge Cream.) is absolutely PJV '.perfectly white, smooth and; will keep., indefinitely. Cmftains no Gly cerine and wlllA'bt produce down upon tt skin. ir Bottle W. H. ROSS DRUG GO. Phones 77, 804 Main St., Richmond. 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Will ami prospects sadsTartnatss n o ri tz vtSSmSi mm w . a tiTR0Tf MM Mi if laaecogpyw vareMbe a I III J 1 rrepar-rtor ssn intFr yoor rywum mmmmb la Vista rss srStadents llrrKjSr" and fl"tf" , at"!! offer 'fjnnfsisiir by the physician and be says I have no signs of a tumor now. It has also brought my monthlies around once more; and I ant entirely well . I shall never be without a boV tlo of Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound iu the house." Fannie D. Fox, Bradford, Pa, Another Case of Tumor Cared by Lydia K Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " About three years ago I had intense pahs in my stomach, with cramps and raging , headaches. The doctor prescribed for me, but finding; that I did net get any better he examined me and, to my surprise, declared I had a tumor in the uterus. i "I felt sure that It meant my death warrant, ' v and was very disheartened. I spent hundreds ' of dollars tn doctoring, but the tumor kept ' growing, till the doctor said that nothing but ! an operation would save me. Fortunately I corresponded with my aunt in the New Eng and States, who ad rised me to try Lydia S.1 mtlV WW W IHv wvr V w vimi -sa Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before sub mittinor to an o Deration, and I at once started taking a regular treatment, finding to my j great reuer uutt my general neaiu oegan to Improve, and after three months I noticed that the tumor had reduced la size. I kept on taking the Compound, and in ten months it had entirely disappeared without an oper-' ation, and using no medicine but Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and words' fail to express new grateful I am for the good it haw done ma" Miss Luella Adams, Colons uada Hotel, Seattle, Wash. Such unquestionable testimony ? roves the value of Lydia E. Pinkham regetable Compound, and should give confidence and hope to every sick woman. ! 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