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S ! 1 Mil The Kind You Ilavo Always in use ror over so years, - and tA' a. sonal r-vocc Allow AVI r - V yu younieneixs, imitations Experiments that trifle -with miants ana Children lixnerience against Experlme'ife What is CASTORI Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OJC Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Plejant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otheJp Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhcof and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cureConstipat.ion and Flatulency. It assimilates the Foocf regulate the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy auty natural sleep The Children's Panacea Tho 3IothT's friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. tw ctru eoapM, tt f. M.,IIM'lfWIH ! MM HI 1111 fr-. . r. d j,,, i, m MTfia - r Tfr WORDS OF PRAISE WELL MERITED BY A WELL KNOWN ARTICLE. So much" has been written by the standard medicial authorities, of all the several schools of practice, in praise of the native, or American, medicinal Elants which enter into the compoai on of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, that in attempting to quote from the various works on Materia Medica one hardly knows where to commence, since they are so volumin ous that only the briefest and most im perfect reference can be presented in a short article like this. Briefly then let us say that the "Golden Medical Discovery" was named from the sturdy little plant Golden Seal, the root of which enters largely Into its composition. Besides this most valuable ingredient, it con tains glyceric extracts of Stone root, Queen s root, Black Cherrybark, Blood root and Mandrake root. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., an emin 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, says of Golden Seal root: "It is the most natural of stimulants to the normal functions of digestion. Its in fluence npon the mucous surfaces "ren ders it most imports?; in catarrhal gastritis (inflammation of stomach) and gastrio (stomach) ulceration." . Many other authorities as well as Dr. Ellingwood extol the Hydrastis (Golden Seal), 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.. In his w Speciic Medication"; Dr. Hale of the Hahne mann Med. College of Chicago; Grover Cocj M. D., of New York, in his w0r- !:anio Medicines," Dr. Bartholow of Jef erson Med. College and scores of other leading medical writers and teachers. All the foregoing eminent authorities extol the curative virtues of Golden 6eal in cases of 6tomach, liver and in testinal weakness, torpor and ulceration of bowels. Dr. Ellingwood recommends it most highly, "In those cases of atonic dyspepsia when the entire apparatus, including the liver, is stagnant and inoperative." He also extols it most highly in the many weaknesses and de rangements peculiar to women and ays, w It is a most important remedy in many disorders of the womb." Golden Seal root (Hydrastis), is an important Ingredient of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre tcription for weak, nervous, "rundown" women. But to return to the "Golden Medical Discovery " it-may be said that its cur ative properties are not wholly depend ent upon GoItTen Seal, valuable as it is, as other egually potant ingredients add greatly to its-value and in fact are not less important than the Hydrastis, or Goldenseal. i:ln 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 does Golden Seal. All these ingredients have the endorsement of prominent practitioner of all schools of medicine or the cure of diseases of the bronchia, throat and brass. Solleir for PLUMBING 1 ..STEAM ANu HOT WATERJEATING ELECTRIC RAPTORS ELECTRIC WIRING and 3? Bought, and which has been has borne the signature of has been made under his per- supervision since its Infancy, Tin oTi to decel vfi von in this r - . . a i ana ".lust-as-froou." arc oiirf a,nd endanger the healtliAf Signat of ' MunnikV rarer, niw tour city. 2Z 41 Of Queen's root, Prof. King says: "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." Queen's root, Golden Seal root, Stons root, Black Cherrybark and Bloodroot, all articles extolled by leading practi tioners of all the schools, as the vei7 best of cough medicines, are made es pecially valuable when combined with chemically pure glycerine w hich 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 formost writers on materia uueaicar It is in the cure of the more chronio or lingering, persistent, and obstinate cases of bronchial, laryngeal and lung affections, attended by hoarseness and severe cough, vi-iich if neglected or badly treated would generally have run into consumption, that "Golden Med ical Discovery" has won the highest praise from all who have observed ita marv&loua control over these and kin dred affections. It is no cheap com- ound made-up .of trashy ingredients or free distribution, that curious peo ple may experiment upon themselves as with the many fake nostrums so commonly sent out as "trial bottles." It has 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 6how. Much further Information as to the Eroperties and uses of " Golden Medical discovery" and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription 1 for weak women, will bo found in a little booklet of extracts from standard medical books which will be mailed free to any address on request, bv letter or postal card, sent to Dr. It. V. "Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. All the several ingredients 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 all the diseases for which theee medicines are recom mended. No other medicines for like purposes have any such endorsement. They are non-alooholic, non-seoret, sal and reliable. mmbead X CHANDELIERS A iM.r Br r GREAT YEAR FOR HOOSIER STATE INDIANA WILL EXPEND CLOSE ro MILLION DOLLARS IN IMPROVEMENTS. NEW HOSPITAL FOR INSANE Epileptic Village Will Have Little Left to Devote to Buildings This Yea.-. Palladium Special. Indianapolis, March 29. The state of Indiana will do a sreat deil In the building business during the com ing spring, summer and fall, and some of it will be carried over next winter. Probably never in the his tory of the state has there been so much building, remodeling and add ing to state institution as there will be soon. In the first place the new South eastern hospital for the insane, at Madison, will be started. This will be the most ambitious of all the state work now pending, involving, as it does, the expenditure of something like $500,000. Some additions will be made to the other insane hospitals, notably at the Northern, Logansport, where several new cotages will be built this spring and summer. A Small Beginning. Another entirely new institution will be the Indiana Village for Epilep tics, near New Castle. Over 1,000 acres of land have been bought there, and it is the intention of the mem bers of the newly apponted board of trustees to begin the construction of the first buildings as soon as they re turn from their trip of inspection in the east. Owing to the fact that the commission bought land costing about $100 an acre, there is only about $25,000 left from this appro priation with which to make a be ginning on the buildings. The Legis lature of 1907 in all probability will be asked to make an additional ap propriation for this institution. Girls Industrial School. Work is now going on at the new Industrial School for Girls, that is being erected northwest of the city. When this is done this institution will be separated from the Women's prison. Final plans, too, are being drawn for helnstitution for the education of the deaf and dumb, north of the city. At present the money that wa3 realized from the sale of the old grounds, in East Washington street, is sufficient to meet the expenses. In addition to these larger expen ses, new cellhouse3 are to be built at both the state prison, Michigan City, and the reformatory, at Jeffersonville. And in the midst of all this build ing activity that takes a great deal of money, it is thought the state will be able to manage the financial end without borrowing. At present there is about a half million of dollars in the state treasury. Then, to aid the regular sources of income, the last general assembly diverted the 2-cent levy that formerly went to the sink ing fund of the state to the general fund for the years 1905, 1906 and 1907, so that the regular income is increased to the extent of about $260, 000 a year. Of course every woman loves rose? NOTICE TO ICE CONSUME. . We have been out of the retail trade for the past five years. Wejjnll start to deliver Ice to th cltizensrof Rich mond on April first, and sWncit your patronage, guaranteeing Wood service and prompt telivery. 11 telephone communications will - rjweive prompt attention andlcourteoB treatment. N ICE CO., Rettig, Mgr. Phones: Home, gTl; Bell, 10 R. Factory and vjfee, West Third and Chestnut. Twelve Varieties of Roses. MISS PETRY SURPRISED IPa.iartlum Special Whitewater, Ind., March 29. A company of Miss Nettie Petery's friends paid her a surprise visit Wed nesday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kelso Moore, east of White water. The evening was spent In a social way, after which light refresh ments were served. Those present were tha Misses Mary White, Bessie Gordon, Gertrude Alexander, Myrtle Alexander, Ethel Flatter, Mary, Far mer, Nina Harrison. Edna. Blose, and Edna Spencer; Messrs. Grover White, Jessie Blose, Omar Simpson, Bert White, Chester Bookwalter, Geo. Smelser, Benj. Farmer, Russell Hlatt, Raymond Richards, Harry Spencer and Alva Alexander. WEDDING AtCAMBRIDGE Palladium Special. J Cambridge City, March 29. Mr. Martin Meyers and Miss Ruth Mary Bertsch were married at 7:30 Wed nesday evening by Rev. W. D. Trout at the M. E. parsonage in this city. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. David Meyers and the bride a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rheubin Bertsch Jr., both principals being members of prominent families of Wayne county. The newly married couple will reside on the farm of Mr. Myers, north of this city. . Watch for the RoVe Announcement. V 4 , JAMES RUBY IS DEAD Former Richmond Man Passes away Suddenly in Iowa. Funeral in Richmond this Afternoon. The funeral of James Ruby, brother to Mrs. DeWitt Runnells, Randolph St., West Richmond, and brother-in law to James Aiken, will "be held at the residence of Mrs. Runnells this afternoon at tr.-o o'clock. Interment will be In Earlham and will be pri vate. Mr. Ruby was formerly a res ident of Richmond but for a numbc -of years has been in business in New Albany. He wa3 in Bagley, Iowa, looking after his farming interests when he was stricken with pneu monia and died before relatives could reach him. THE SCILLY ISLANDS. TbtyH.T bat Thr' - Sea.oni Sprlnf, Summer and Autumn. ,The climate of the Seilly Islands is the most equable in Great Britain. It ranges on an average from 40 degrees to CO degrees. On the coldest day It is warm and on the hottest it is cool. There are only three seasons in Scilly of four mouths each spring, summer and autumn. When the autumn ends spring commences. There is no groat height In the islands. The highest land in liryher is only 133 feet abnve sea level, although the telegraph tower built on St. Mary's reaches a height of 158 feet, but the rock scenery of the en tire group of these islands is remark able. There are rocks fantastic. Jagged, peaked, toothed, serrated; rocks resem bling living creatures and others sug gestive of primeval vastness and un couthness; some grandly castleated, others Like a great lion's cheek teeth. Those on the peninsula of Penninis, especially If they are seen in mist, Menawar (pronounced man-of-war), the Maiden Bower, Miucarlo, Shipman's Head, the Haycocks at Annet and many others are strikingly grand. The curious resemblance to primeval ani mal forms has given rise to many of the names of these rocks and certainly many are Like a great sea beast, crawled forth to sun itself, while there are "elephants' tusks," "monks' cowls," "pipers' holes," "giants' castles," "pulpit rocks," etc. London Spectator. HAIR AND COLOR. Red la Much Nearer Allied to Blaclc Than to Dlond. The color of the hair, says the Grand Magazine, is usually transmitted from parents to child. This is especially true when both parents have the same com plexion. Instances, however, ere not uncommon -where children have t hair black as ebony, while the hair of both parents is a burning red. Instead of disproving the theory that a child takes after its parents, so far as the color of the hair is concerned, this fact, it has now been ascertained, is all in favor of the doctrine. Red hair, in fact, is by its structure and composition much nearer to black hair than to blond. Very often if the hair of a very dark complexioned person be examined at tentively a few quite red hairs will be detected In the mass. On the other hand, It would be time wasted to seek for black hairs in the locks of a fair person. Similarly it is not infrequent to notice children whose hair, red at birth., becomes as they grow older quite dark. When, too, after some, serious illness, the production of the coloring pigment of the hair falls off, black hair becomes not blond, but red. Fair hair, which to a casual eye appears to have much more affinity to red hair than to black, Is, on the contrary, quite dis tinct. Valued Religious Relies. ' The collection of religious relics to be seen in the church of the Corsican village of Sisco is undoubtedly unique. The inhabitants of this pretty little place are exceedingly devout and very simple, which probably accounts ' for the possession of such 'a remarkable collection. A writer in -.'Independence Beige gives the following list of the principal items: The horn used by Mo ses to call together the children of Is rael while In the desert, a tuft of that red hair wrhich was the pride of Esau and the despair of Jacob, a piece of the nail of the little toe of the left foot the statement Is very precise of Enoch, the patriarch; the bib worn by the Infant Jesus, the curb and crupper of the ess that took the holy family In to Egypt and several relics of various saints. Palladium Want Ads Pay. LAME EVERY MORNING A Bad Back is Always Worse in the Morning Richmond People Are Finding Relief. A back that aches all day and caus es discomfort at night is usually worse In the morning. Makes you feel as if you hadn't slept at all. Can't cure a bad back until you cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys make you feel bet ter, work better, rest better and sleep better. Permanent cures in Richmond prove the merit of Doan's. Ed. Gausepohl of 249 South Fourth Etreet; employed at the Richmond Casket Company, says : "For a long time I was troubled with weakness of the kidneys, the muscles of my back being so sore and lame that' I could hardy get about. This was principally noticed in the mornings when first getting up. I saw Doan's Kiney Pills advertised and got a box at A. G. Lu ken's drug store and began using them. The relief I obtained from them was prompt and most satisfac tory.' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. BIG MEETING IS STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSO CIATION TO MEET AT MARION. Bishop Vincent will Address Graduate of The Teahers Training Course Other Features. f iblishers' Fress Marion, a. d., March 29. The speak ers who will address the forty-second annual convention of the State Sun day School Association in Marion at the First Presbyterian church June 19, 20 and 21 will be among the most energetic and able workers of the state. Rev. Trueblood, pastor of the First Friends' church, has just return ed from Indianapolis, where he at tended a meeting of the state board, and he reports that extensive pre parations are being mmie for the con vention. P.ishop John H. Vincent. D. D., of Indianapolis, the great Chautauqua leader, will address all graduates of the teachers' training course, and di plomas will be' presented on Wednes day night. Prof. J. O. Excell of Chicago will have charge of the musi cal program of the convention. There will be special Bible work by Rev. Neil McPherson, pastor of the Tabernacle Presbyterian church at Indianapolis, and Rev. B. W. Spill man, field secretary of the Sunday school board of the southern Baptist convention, will aid in the work. Mrs. J. Woodbridge Barnes of New ark, N. J., primary and Junior secre tary of the International Sunday School Convention, will spend several hours with the junior teachers, and will address the regular sessions. Rev. Herbert Moniger, a Bible stu dent and editor from Cincinnati, will have a place on the program. The railroads will grant rates to this city, and the session will bring hundreds of workers from all over this part of the country to Marlon. Do you love Roses? CASH BE ALL, KIEBEY & CO. LOEHR & KLUTE, WIDUP & THOMPSON AND THE BIG STORE HANDLE THP, RICH MOND HAT. Pennsylvania Lines ijzxcursion to In dian March 26 A, 2jTn and 2Sth, account Ancient AcAufed Scottish Rite meeting. Trclcets sold to all appli cants. Consult Pennsylvania Lines agents for details. Palladium Want Ads Pi Moonlill t evSwng. f eum Thursday says Sam Kendall of Pliillipsburg, Kan., "just cover it over with Buck len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest." Quickest cure for Burns, Boils, Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands. Sore Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 25c at A. G. Luken & Co., drug store. Guaranteed. Mrs. Austin's Buckwheat has a world wide reputation on account of its gen uine buckwheat flavor. Don't forget the name. Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages. Ely's Cream Balm cleanses, soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cares catarrh and drives away a cold in the head nnirklT. Cream Balm Is placed into the nostrils, spreads over the membrane and is absorbed. Relict is im mediate and a cure follows. It Is not orying does not produce sneezing. Large Size, SO cents at Drug gists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents. ELY BROTHERS. 66 "Warren Street, Sew York STUDY THE ORIGINAL SCHOOL. linn tiv mtl AjllDtfed to 4 t.sT.it h. fMir msul bneators. Experience! and compeKuistmct or. Takes spare timqAAly. Three uainnw, l oi- tctice. Will Til iktigue caeM-rHiomcc SCHOOL Of uw. M4Mtsn:eis. CE7SCST. HUCft. SUNDAY EXCURSION RATES mis I Dayton &wc stern J Dayton and Reiurn i no Eaton and Return, .60 Tickets at above prce will be toll every Sunday nntil ARRANGED PROGRAM ANNOUNCED gyolis V8 "irVorw conrses 1'reparatoi y P-r ires foaCera 1Xmt veer con-lyjFu and prop-ect intouinei. StiAfnta and graduates hB asm AT 110 HE ycriner notice.. READ THIS! Wanted, Found and Lost, in which personal fjain does not en ter, are inserted in thes columns free, providing they are not over fifteen (15) words in length. No business advertise ments inserted free of charg. Advertisers will do well to re member that letter? directed to InitiaU Only are not delivered through the postoffice. PALLADIUM WANT FOR RESULTS. WANTED To buy or rent for three months a set of mechanical draw ing Instruments. Home Phone S41. WANTED A good white girl for gen eral housework, at 110 North 10th street. No washing. WANTED A good country girl wants a position as a housekeeper. Call at 211 South 14th street. WANTED Girl to do house work Apply at 133 South lth St. H. C. Hieger. WANTED A girl for Silver Pantry. Call back door, Hotel Westcott. - 2t WANTED To do washing., inquire 425 Pearl Street. WANTED A girl for housework at 50 South Thirteenth. Cajl at once. WANTED Boy to drive wagon at Eldorado Laundry. WANTED A room for light house keeping. Address L., care of Palla dium. WSNTEDTan to do dairy work. Phoue 568. WANTED Second hand school books wanted at Barters station ary store, 925 Main street. WANTED At 309 North Tenth street, an experienced girl for gen eral housework; good wages to the right party. WANTED A young man with a bi cycle, wiling to work. Bee Hive Gro cery Company. WANTED Good pay for earnest workers everywhere distributing circulars, samples and advertising matter. No canvassing. Cooperative Advertising Co.. N. Y. WANTED Board and room in pri vate family by. gentleman. Address H. P. L., care Palladium. WANTED Situation, cook, good. steady man wants situation. First class cook. George Fair, City. Gen eral delivery. WANTED Experienced men in trim ming department, cutter, seat and top man. Address Peters Buggy 'Company, Columbus, Ohio. SITUATION WANTED As farm hand to work by month by able, willing and experienced man. Ad dress E. A. Wright, 305 N. 8th St WANTED A girl for general house work. No washing or ironing. 122 N. 15th street. POSITION WANTED By a thor oughly competent stenographer and general office woman. Ten years ex perience. Best references. Ad dress 140 Llnwood street, Dayton, Ohio. 30-6t SPECIAL TRADING STAMP SALE THIS WEEK 30 stamps vith one lb. of Cof fee, (Bat s House Blend), at 35c a lb. 25 stamps with one lb of Java and Mooha Coffee (very fine) at 30c a lb. 20 stamps wimjane lb. of Java and Mocha ConeY (our spe cial blend) at 25c k lb. 10 stamps with onelb of Gold en Santos Coffel, at 20c a pound. 10 stamps with pkgs. of Buckwheat of Pancake Flour, at 10c apkg. 10 stamps with Ine lb. pkg of Mule Team Bfrax, at 12c a package. I 1 0 stamps withfcne pkg. of A and P Bail Bile, at 8c a pkg. 10 stamps wittl one pkg. of A and P FancyCaroIiria Rice, at 10c a package. 10 stamps with 5pakes of A and P Sweet Chocolate, at 5 cents a cake. THE GREATi ATLANTIC & PACIFICTEA GO. SI. J w. K 727 Main St Phones Old 318 :ew 107. 1 There is nothing wors: than an of fensive breath.. It comes' from bad stomach and liver. ,Holli8ter's Rocky Mountain Tea cures all liver disorders and perfumes the breath. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. FOR RENT Furnished room with heat aad bath. No. 42 South Tentn ' FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with heat and bath, at 42 S." Tenth street. FUR-SALE PrfvuTeaTejriToTs,e hold goods Friday and Saturdays March 30 and 31, at the residence 417 North Seventeenth street. FOR SALE Baby cab; almost new. 223 North Fourteenth street. 27-2 FOR SALE Stallion by Hal Dllliard three years old. For particulars enquire Jesse Schultz's saloon, 23 ' North E street. . " FOR SALE. Richmond property a specialty. Porterfield, Kelly Block. Phone 329. .. tf ; FOR SALE Shade trees for sale... . Address James Garrett, Fountain City, Indiana. ; . . FOR RENT Store room with tour room flat above. Newly papered ; and painted; bath, electric lights. Corner- Main and 13th street. Phones 626 and 1044. FOR RENT Storo room with four room flat above. Newly papered and painted; bath, electrio lights. Corner Main and ' 13th " street. Phones 626 and 1044. FORTTRENTSeven room flat, both kinds of water, closet, electrio' lights. Summer kitchen, over 41 N. ' 8th street. Rent f 15. Phones 628 and 1044. LOST An embroidered handkerchief containing four Quarters was lost ; either In the high school building or between there and Eighth' and Main. Will the fllnder please leave at the Palladium or at the high school building. LOST A bunch of keys belonging to ' Frank Newman, near Eighth and North E streets. Finder please re turn to Mr. Newman. LOST Persian Band ' Comb. Flndor return Home Telephone orace. LOST One Brown Storm Cover for Horse. Return to J. AL Eggemeyer Reward.- LOST A steel bead purse , attached to a navy blue belt. Please leavo at Home Telephone operating room. MONEY LOANED. . At low rates easy terms. Thompson's Loan and Real Estatt Agency, 10 N. 7th street. Balls Home Phone No. 232. l-19-fri&satti MONEY LOANED. At low rates easy terms. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency, 10 N. 7th street l-19-fri&sat-tf ' , Excla of deliflht will es- cape yo after you, have tasted a good g of cur Richmond Ex port Beer. ... It's a palate tickler. Try it. THE MIIICK BREWING GO. New Phone 42 FRENCH DRY CLEANING SCIENTIFICALLY DONE Evening' and party jrdree, silk Waists and plain jjfreet wear. HOUSEHOLD jXODB including Portiers, Lace fIrta Ins Etc. WHEN CLEAN fh BY OUR PRO CESS gives Perfect satis- . ACTION. Men's thi4 Xry or Steam Cleaned and Steam Dying - in All , Branches. ' FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO., Rooms at 1002 E. Main Street, In the Westcott Hotel. Well Worth Trying. W. H. Brown, the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield, VL, says: rNext to a pension, the best' thing to get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He writes: "they keep mylfamily in splendid . health." Quick enre for Headache, Constipation and Bilious ness. 25c Guaranteed at A. Q. Luken & Co.'s drag store.