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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, May 4, 1906.
Page 5. Jcaen as Well as Men Are Mads , Hiserable by Kidney and V . Bladder Trouble. J3dncy trouble preys upon Jie mind, Jourages and lessen sambitioV, beauty. vigor ana cneeriui ness soon disappear w hen the kidneys are out of order or dis eased. 1 Kidney trouble has become bo prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble, and the first step 6hould be towards the treatment of theseJinportant organs. This unpleasant trouble.is due to a diseased condition of the kjdneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as .well as men are made raiser able5 with kidney and bladder trouble, and'bpth'need the same great remedy. The mild aud the immediate effect of Swamo'Root is soon realized. It is sold by drugg6ts, in. fifty cent and one-dollar 6ize bottles. You may have & sample bottle bv mail free, also a pamphlet telling all. about Swamp-Root, including many, of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Einghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Binghamton, N. -Y., on every bottle. Prevent Aa Well As Cure Headache If subject to headache, take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills when you feel the first indication of ' an attack, and you will find that they rarely ever fail to stop further progress. Pain weakens the nerves, and the longer you suffer, the more frequent will be the attacks. On the contrary, if the nerves are relieved of this weakening influence, the at tacks will be less frequent, and finally disaj Dr. flllei ear altogether. Anti-Pain Pills contain ho ium, cocaine, mor- chine or '.c oralTn any form. They areab harmless. ii tanen as , and will have no cither effect, except to drive out the pain. "Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are all right, and I can recommend them to any on In need of a remedy for head- tache, neuralgia, or In of any kind. My health la not v good, and I am ubject to f roquen' .ttacks of severs , headache, but slnm I began taking Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills I do not puffer from -that-trouble as I used to. They nvcf Tail to give relief in a few minute, end If taken promptly on tha approach of headache will prevent an attack from coming on. Pain P'lla . t re vent, as well aacore.'V . Hotnft of Bwamp-Hoot. Aw MFCS. WM. PKDRICK, ' Gloversville, N. Y. f Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are soldhy J your druaalst. who will auarantae that the first package will benefit. If It falls ho will return your money. 23 doses. 25 cants. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind ABJB M (Sreen or Black Tho beveraRe which satisfies even confirmed coffee drinkers. A scant teaspoon make3 two cups. Steep Ave minutes only. Are sold loose or in seaied pack eta by Great Atlantio & Pacific Tea Co., 727 Main. (Published by authority of the In dia and Ceylon Commissioner.) "I kT mtd fnir VftTt'lbla Puttnli nA flnrl ' thm perfect. jCnuldn't io without them, i hata Hi tliam fur mnmm tin for indi(ttan nl bil iDa and am now Completely cured. .Heco-n. nd them t everyone. One tried. Tuu Will ver be without tbeni in the family. " wwt a. war. AiDtny, ft. x. Best For The Dowels V- J CANDY CATHARTIC Pleaaaat. Palatable, Potent. Tante Good, Do Ooed, Vever Sicken, Weaken or Urlpe. lik, 2it, Wc. Nerec old la hoik. The (enuine tablet a tamped 0 0 C. Ouaraoteed to aura or jour money back. Burling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 601 ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES EMI ilusness ftm ttm nttn nXr CHX00O0OOCKO0O0OOOKK0000 o The Brethren By RIDEIl Author $f "She," "King COPYRIGHT, 1903-1904, A T'Arcy! A T'AnTy! Help for the sultan!" shouted the brethren, and the fray began. Six of the men attacked them, and while they were engaged with these the other two slipped round and tried the door, only to find It fast. Then they also turned upon the brethren, thinking to take the key from off their bodies. At the first rush two of the fedals went down beneath the sweep of the long swords, but after that the murderers would not come close, and while some engaged them In front others strove to pass and stab them from behind. In deed, a blow' from one of their long knives fell upon Godwin's shoulder, but the good mail turned It. "Give way," he cried to Wolf, "or they will best us." So suddenly they gave way before them till their backs were against the door, and there they stood, shouting for "Help lor the sultan ! " help and sweeping around them with their swords into reach of which the fedais dare not come. Now from with out the chamber rose n cry and tumult, and the sound , of heavy blows falling upon the gates that the murderers had barred behind them, while upon the farther side of the door, which he could not open, was heard the voice of the sultan demanding to know what passed. The fedals heard these sounds also and read In them their doom. Forget ting caution in their despair and rage they hurled themselvea upon the breth ren, for they thought that if they could got them down they might still break through the door and slay Snlah-ed-diu Before they themselves were slam, tint for awhile the brethren stopped their rush with point and buckler, wound ing two of them sorely, and wheu at length they closed lu upon them the gates were burst and Ilassau and the outer guard were at hand. A minute later and, but little hurt, Godwin aud Wulf were leaning on their swords, and the fedais, some of them dead or wounded and some of them captive, lay before them on the marble floor. Moreover, the door had been opened, and through It came the sultnn In his night gear. "What has chanced?" he asked, look lng at them doubtfully. "Only this, lord," answered Godwin. "These men came to kill you. and we held them off till help arrived." "Kill me! My own guard kill me?" "They are not your guard. They arb fedais disguised as your guard aud sent by Al-je-bal as he promised." Now Salah-ed-diu turned pale, for ho who feared nothing else was all his life afraid of the assassins. "Strip the armor from those men," went on Godwin, "and I think that you will find truth In my words, or, if not, question such of them as still live." They obeyed, and there upon the breast of one of them, burnt into hia skin, was tho symbol of the blood red dagger. Now Saladin saw aud beck oned the brethren aside. "How knew you of this?" he asked, searching them with his piercing eyes. "Masouda, the lady Rosamund's wait ing woman, warned us that you, lord, and we were to be murdered tonight by eight men, so we made ready." "Why, then, did you not tell me?" "Because," answered Wulf, "we were not sure that the news was true and did not wish to bring false tidings and be made foolish; because, also, my brother and I thought that we could hold our own awhile against eight of Sinan's rats disguised as soldiers of Saladin.' "You have done It well, though yours was a mad counsel," answered the sul tan. Then he gave his hand first to one and next to the other and said sim ply: ''Sir Knights, Salah-ed-din owes his life to you. Should it ever come about that you owe your lives to Salah-ed-din he will remember this." Thus this business ended. On the morrow those of the fedais who remain ed alive were put to death; also many others in the city were seized and killed on suspicion, so that for awhile there was uo more fear from the assas sins. Now, from that day forward Saladin held the brethren in great friendship and pressed gifts upou them and of fered them honors, but they refused them all. saying that they needed but one thing of him and he knew what it was an answer at which his face sank One morning he sent for them, and, except for the presence of rrince Has san, the most favorite of his eualraj and a famous imaum, or priest of his re ligion, received them alone. "Listen," he said briefly, addressing Godwin. "I understand that my niece, the Trincess of Haalbee, is beloved by you. Good. Subscribe the Koran, and I give her to you in marriage, for thus also she may be led to the true faith, 5hom.I.bate sworn ,no tojprce Jhere- HAGGARD, Woman's Alines," Etc. B 7 RIDE HAGGARD to, aird I gain a great warrior and par adise a brave soul. The imaum here will instruct you in the truth." Thus he spoke, but Godwin only stared at him with eyes set wide in wonderment and answered: "Sire, I thank you, but I cannot change my faith to win a woman, however dearly I may love her." So I thought," said Saladin, with a sigh, "though indeed It Is sad that superstition should thus blind so brave and good a man. Now, Sir Wulf, it is your turn. What say you to my offer? Will you take the princess and her do minions with my love thrown in as a marriage portion?" Wulf thought a moment. Then he answered, with one of his great laughs: "Aye, sire, but on my own terms, not on yours, for if I took these I think that my marriage would lack blessings. Nor, Indeed, would Rosamund wish to wed a servant of your prophet, who if it pleased him might take other wives." Saladin leaned his bead upon his hand and looked at them with disap pointed eyes, yet not unkindly. "Now I have one more thing to say to you. That Frank, Prince Arnat of Karak, whom you call Reginald de Chatilion accursed be his name!" and he spat upou the ground "has orice more broken the peace between me and the king of Jerusalem, slaugh tering my merchants and stealing my goods. I will suffer this shame no more, and very shortly I unfurl my standards, which shall not be folded up again until they float upon the mosque of Omar and from every tow er top in Palestine. Your people are doomed. I, Yusuf Salah-ed-din," and he rose as he said the words, his very beard bristling with wrath, "declare the holy war and will sweep them to the sea. Choose now, you brethren. Do you fight for me or against me? Or will you give up your swords and bide here as. my prisoners?" (To be Continued.) SiXTtJN YEARS WORK DAVIS N EARING HIS GOAL. Second District Democrat who has an Ambition to go to Congress for a Very ''ong Period Had a Spirit ed Fight. TFallal'-nn Special. Indianapolis, May -3. The nomina tion of Cyrus E. Davis for Congress from the Second district was the cul mination of sixtenn years' active hust ling to accomplish what happened Tuesday. In some ways Davis won a remark able victory becausa he had pittod against him the best poiTticians in the district. A lot of "political doctors" i also fought him because he did not 'support some of their pet measures in the last General Assembly, and he demonstrated that political doctors' have no more influence than ordinary mortals. The Retail Merchants' Association gave all the ' "d they could to his po litical enemies because Davis as a Senator opposed the garnishee bill. A few so-called labor agitators start ed the cry that Davis as a. Senator was against organized labor r.r.d Davis beat all cf them. So as to his race for the nomination he made a lino t l owing. H9 had to fight hard because he had sonic haid fighters against him. And, though the Republicans are making' the m.-.sl of the convention and Us troubles, it 53 not likely there are many sore spots left. ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT. Centerville High School Graduated Class of Four Members on Tuesday Night. iralladlum Special. Centerville, May 3. The commence ment exercises of the Centerville High School held at the town hall on Tues day evening were more than of usual Interest. The hall was tastefully dec orated with flowers and potted plants. The music was furnished by the Rich mond High School orchestra. The orations delivered by the , graduates were each excellent in composition and in delivery. The names of the graduates and subjects are as follows: Lyman H. Lybolt, "A Flower of France." Gaar G. Eliason "The United States as a World Power." Pierre Helms "Civic Regenera tion." Raymond A. Meek "Our Heritage." The presentation of the diplomas was by E. E. Oldaker, superintendent oi the public schools. The enjrre program was highly pleasing tqfthe large audience assembled on trfs oc casion. NOTICE. The annual meeting f the stock- holders of the Richm Natural Gas Company, No. 43 No Eighth street, on Wednesday evenfug, May 9, at 8 o'clock, for he purpose of electing di rectors for tlnwensfiing year, and the transaction of anjtither business that may come before the meeting May 1, 1906. , fi. O. HIBBERD, Secy. S-CU COULDII'T TALK THE LANGUAGE John Johnston of Logansport Very Apt in Acquiring German. HE LANDED A FINE JOB. SECRETARY ROOT DID NOT BAR THE INDIANA MAN CONGRESS MAN FRED LANDIS GETS HIS MAN FIXED. Palladium Special. Indianapolis, May 3. A special from Washington says that John Johnston, of Logansport, will soon be hailed as "consul at Annaberg.". Rep resentative Fred Landis has been looking carefully after the interests of this political chieftan. He has made frequent calls on the president and Secretary Root. A day or two ago he went to see Secretary Root and took with him James Cotner, formerly of Logansport and now of Ardmore, Indian Territory. Cotner at one time was a representa tive from Cass county in the Indiana legislature and he too. Is a friend of Johnston. Landis was expatiating on the splen did qualities of Johnston when Secre tary Root suddenly asked: "How many languages does he speak?" This was a poser. "Well, Mr. Secretary, I am sire he speaks English," said the congress man. "Can he talk German?" persisted Root. "He may know how to talk German. I'll find out about that and let you know," replied Landis. Meanwhile ; Cotner had to pinch himself to keep from laughing. "I'll tell you one thing," added Lan dis. "He's a quick learner and if he don't know German now it won't take him long to pick it up. Secretary Root smiled broadly as he said he guessed it could be arranged, all right. As they were leaving" the state department Cotner remarked, calling the Eleventh district member by his familiar nickname: "Buck, why didn't you tell him that Johnston, in addition to speaking the English language with charming fluency, also has a beautiful command over the Wabash vernacular?" "I didn't think of that," replied "Buck." The Annaberg consulship, uider the new consular act, will pay a straight salary of $3,000 a year. Under regu lations recently established It will be necessary for Johnston to learn the German language. LAW SUIT THE RESULT DISPUTE OVER A CHECK Henry County Farmer Who Bought Stock From an Iowa farmer Find3 Himself in a Peculiar Predicament Claimed Paper Was Tampered. Publishers' Press Middletown, Ind., May 3. William E. Baldwin, a cattle dealer of Se,lma, la., has brought suit against U. S. Abshire, a Honey Creek stock dealer, for $2,278. Baldwin claims that about the middle of March Abshire came to Iowa and purchased of him sixty eighe bead of good cattle and gav3 a check in payment for the same. After closing the deal and while on his way back to Indiana, it i3 alleged that Abshire wired the Farmers' State Bank of this place that he had writ ten acheck for $400, which the bank should honor, that a draft for a larger sum would follow and this the bank should held rntll he came home. When the check came in it was for $2,278, and Abshire ordered the bank not to pay it, charging thit it had been tampered with and raised. Learning the state of affairs, Bald win came here and filed suit. Ab shire's bank account and property at Honey Creek were attaqhed. Baldwin claims that the check is just as it was given him; that he sold the sixty- eight head of cattle head, making $2,278, Notice to Red Me The Hokendauqua tribeJbf Red Men will meet at the Red Men's Hall to night at 7:30 fo rthe Jpirpose of go ing in a body to holdjfervices for our deceased brother, i!iam Edwards Signed, Geo. Bowman, Sachem A. W. Towle, Keeper of Re MONEY LOA: At low rates Thrmpson's Loan Agency, 10 N. Home 1'hone No. The Union Ice Telephones, Home Business Colle per cent disco Trading stamps Jor trading checks with ala sfoceries at HARMIER'S, iW. 1030 Main. Phone 1111 at $33.50 per 4. urp rvic m E 7 NED. eay terms. , aau iteay jcsiait i ; (Jty streeJT Balls yy7 4lllnDaul I w C6J for Artificial Ice. 4XBfll 10R tf " sft Summer 3th ool 10 THE FACTORIES ARE NOTIFIED They Must Report all Acci dents to the State Very Drompt!y. McABEE ISSUES ORDERS, LAW REQUIRES DETAILED AC COUNT OF ALL MISHAPS IN MANUFACTURING ESTABLISH MENTS. Richmond factories haev been noti fied by D. H. McAbee, state factory inspector, that hereafter the depart ment of inspection will enforce the law which requires owners of man ufacturing plants promptly ot report all accidents in their shops. In the letter Mr. McAbee says the department has, ever since its estab lishment, dealt leniently with manu factures in this matter, believing that compliance with the law could better be brought about by education, but, he says, he thinks that seven of educa tion is long enough. He says the manufacturers do not seem inclined to obey the provisions of the law, and that he will hereafter be obliged to report to prosecution un der the statute when such failures oc cur. The law requires that all accidents In manufacturing of mercantile estab lishments, mines, quarries, laundries, renovating works, bakeries or printing offices must be reported to the factory Inspector within forty-eight hours af ter the accident. The inspector then makes a thorough investigation and suggests means by which similar acci dents may be avoided in the future. DECISION OF INTEREST. Outcome of Hancock Cowry's right Against Traction Line Will be Known Soon. Palladium Special. Greenfield, May 3. The county com missioners are well pleased with the action of the I. & E. Traction Com pany in appealing their case in regard to the annuling of the company's fran chise to the United States Court. The decision in the case will fix the limits of their power as commissioners of Hancock county, over the National road. The commissioners are the rep resentatives cf the people, and are working for their best, interests. The people want more accomodations in the way of better local car service and want thet drains and crossings proper ly constructed, and to secure these be ncfits the commissioners have take the courso that seemed to them best and surest. ALF CUT EAT JG STORE. Prescriplio Fcmptly Filled. 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FacSimiie Signature of NEW YORK. 5 III . J M m - -' i .w r jt . i m. c k an .n .A. MOTHER'S TjO"VTS. Wbat is More Beautiful than Mother's Love ? " Who ran to help me when I fell And would some pretty story tell. Or kiss tha place to make it well. My mother." A mother's worries are many. She sometimes forgets her own bodily dis comforts because of her overpowering love for the child. She becomes broken down, sleepless, nervous, irritable and feels tired from morning until night. Many mothers of experience can tell you that at such a time they have been re lieved, benefited and strengthened and put into proper health by taking a pre scription which their mothers had told them was the best woman's tonic and nervine to be taken at such times. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has en joyed an enviable reputation for over a third of a century. In all that time it has sold more largely in the United States than any other tonic for woman's needs, and to-day its sales are greater than ever. Dr. "Pierce made up this prescription from native medicinal roots without the use of a particle of alcohol and for the single purpose of curing those diseases peculiar to women ana when there is a lack of womanly f trength to bear the burdens of maternal duVr. How few women come to this tical time with adequate strength. he reason why so many women sink under the strain of motherhood is be cause they are unprepared. Is pre paration then required for mother hood? asks the young woman. And evcrv experienced mother answers "Yes." "I unhesitatingly advise ex pectant mothers to use Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription, writes Mrs. J. W. G. Stephens, of Mila, Va. The rea son for this advice is that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the best pre parative for the maternal function. No matter how healthy and strong a woman may be, 6he cannot use "Favorite Pre scription" as a preparative for ma ternity without gain of tpMhPnd comfort. But it is QioamerpTf hoyre not strong who best rfreci ax the gifat benefits receivedjwm thraBe of "Fa vorite Prescripth.r Fr one tqin its use makes thaabr'syfavent practXally painless. I tints Jfna&ny cases f euced days of 8uff&po a brief few ours. It has changed the period of Jmxieiy and struggle into a time of eoto am comfort. ; A. DUTY WOMEif OWE THJpELV "Good actions epeak' Vfuderlhan words," so, too does te stimhy of many thousands of wonn dtoring a third of a century speaw Iqmler than mere claims not backed lb any such record of cures. Miss Emma Petty, 1126 S. Olive Street, Indianapolis, Ind., Past Vice-President, Daughters of Pocahontas, Minneola Council, also Organist, South Baptist Church, Indianapolis, writes: "For sev eral years I suffered with lencorrhaea, which was a serious drain on my vitality, sapping my strength and causing severe headaches, bearing-down pains and a general worn-out feeling, until I really had no desire to live. I had many medicines recommended to me and tried many, but did not get permanent relief until I took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. In two months I was much better and stronger, and in four months I was well. Have had no more disagree able discharge, no more pain; so I have tvery reason to praise Favorite Pre on DHMHWETI)- DENTIST. 100 South KJlflh St. Ltest Methods Lf Crown Bridge Work i No Liability in San Francisco or any where in California, leavtTthe German of Indiani a Richmond I mce 11 South 7th St. I . as fit" SI - M M csnre y m m n&ni Telephone No. 41. 4- .j...,.g.4s-j4,a$'S$$"' PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. TIP II For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature of in Use For Over Thirty Years 19 VMCtmMMH mi my. wear vms err. scription.' 1 consider it without aa equal for ills of women.1 All the ingredients entering into Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription are printed in plain English on each bottle wrapper. Dr. Pierce thereby shows that he is not afraid to tell his patients just what this medicine is made of. This is not true of any other medicine espe cially designed for the cure of woman's peculiar ailments. This "Prescription is also the only woman's medicine sold through druggists that does not con tain a large percentage of alcohol; it contains not a drop. As an indication of the high esteem in which the medical profession are coming to regard the several ingredi ents of which Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription, for weak, and ailing women is composed, we have room here to in Bert only the following: Dr. John Fyfe, of Saugatuek, Conn., Editor of the Department of Therapeu tics in Thb Electric Review says of Unicorn root (Heloniat Dioica) one of the chief ingredients of Dr. Pierce'a Fa vorite Prescription: "A remedy which invariably acts as a uterine invigorator . and always favors a condition which makes for normal activity of the entire reproductive svetem, cannot fail to be of great usefulness and of the utmost importance to the general practitioner of medicine." "In Helonias we have a medicament which more fully answers the above purposes than any other drug with uhich I am acquainted. In the treat ment of diseases peculiar to women it is seldom that a case is seen which does not present some indication for this remedial agent." " "The following are among the lead ing indicationfPTTejiai: Fain or aching ineffe back, witlVleucorrhcea; atonicweak) conditions at the repro ductive organs of women, wnental de pression and irritability, I associated with chronicJliEeasef of thl reprodnc tive, organsypt women, constant sensa tion of nepyln the region ofthe kidneys; menorvbVJaV' ' ( flooding due to a weakeiyLfcondition of tin reproductive systemJT mmenorrhcea, rfising from or accQirTpJnyine an abnormal condition of me age6tive orgMrs and an anaemic in bixd) habjflrdragging sensations the emremMlcwer part of the abdo men." If more or less of the above symp toms are present, no invalid women can do better than take Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription, one of the leading ingredients of which u Unicorn root, or Helonias. MEN AND WOMEN should have a medical book handy, for knowledge is power. Thev should know about anatomy and physiology. 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