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j iie ii'i&ii.iionU i-aiiadiuin, Friday, June 1 , i ouo.
6 OPEN PUBLICITY THMi ft BUT GV71R71STY OF MERIT. When the maker of fa medicine, sold through druggists fur family use, takes his patient fully into his confidence by frankly and fearlessly publishing broad cart as well as on its bottle wrappers, lull list of all its ingredients inpUiln Pqllh, this action' onj his part is the rfst possible evidence t that he is not Krald to have the search light of inves tigation turned full upon nis formula ' and that it will bear the fullest scrutiny and the most thorough Investigation. " Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the cure of the weaknesf.es, periodical pains and functional derangements of the or gans distinctly feminine, Is the only medi cine put up for sale through druggists for woman's special use. the maker of which Is not afraid to take his patients into his full confidence by such open and honest publicity. . A glance at the published ingredients on each bottle wrapper, will show. thaUU is made wholly from native, American, medicinal roots, that it contains no poi sonous or habit-forming drugs, no nar cotics and no alcohol pure, trlpIe-reOned f:lycerine, of proper strength being used nstead of the commonly employed alco hol, both for extracting and preserving Reactive medicinal properties found in Vkfl roots of the American forest plants employed. It is the only medicine for women's pecular diseases, sold by drug gists, that does not contain a large per centage of alcohol, which is in the long run so harmful to woman's delicate, nerv ous system. Now, glycerine Is perfectly harmless, and serves a valuablo purpose by possessing intrinsic value all its own, anu besides Jt enhances the curative effect of 'the other ingredients entering into the "Favorite Prescription." Somo of the ablest medical writers and teachers endorse those views and praise all the several Ingredients of which "Fa vorite Prescription" is composed rec ommending them for the cure of the very same diseases for which this world famed medlcino Is advised. No other medicine for women has any such vro fcisUmal endorsement worth more than any number of ordinary testimonials. If Interested, send name and address to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y., for his little book of extracts from the works of eminent medical writers and teachers, endorsing tho several Ingredients and tMlh;g just what Dr. Pierce's medicines nmc.n rt. It." ffm 1rr Oo .l.rlnir. GENNETT THEATRE VAUDEVjLLE. IRA SWISHER, Manager. Wl K OF MA 28TH. Daily! , 8 and 9 10 p. m. lERICKS PROI GU3 PRE Overture. ANNA BA TON. ANN BARTON . C JULES H LD. Eccentric German Dlltlect Come- dlans, In " he Professor and the Scrub Lady w. MeDERMOTT, Tramp."ln Songs and Burlesque Imitation of - "The Fun Stories and Sousa. v DELMdRE 6 D iRRELL, Novelty Change Ac ERIIE8T RENK, Illustrated Songs 'Will I Find My Mamma TherdL" "Bafck Among the Clover and ha Bees ETHEL GO-KEY, Vocalist. THE O'KI WONDERS, -Japanese Marvclc Foot Balanc- ing and JugglersX , MOTION ICTURES, "The Bicycle Newsboys." Robbers," "The THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. G .ttf'JRRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF MVItH. DAILY at and 8 P.. A MISS GRAYCE MILLER, Overturie. B McKEEdL VAN, Blackfaced omedians, singers and Dancers C MISS LONA THOMPSON, Illustrated 8ongs. D THE PREMIER VENTRILO-QUIST-4ARISH, Presenting Ills Famous Funny Figures, u . E 2 A L ET6- 2, High Class Character Change Ar tists, Introducing singing, danc ing and fcomedy Juggling. F AMOS AND FEATHERS, Comedy J Acrobats. G SPECIAL, Original Bootblack Quartette Ell Brttulllctte, 1st tenor; Arthur Carlton, 2nd tenor; Max Hayes, bass; Cbas. Weber, baritone. Comedians, Dancers and Singers. H THE PHILOSCOPE, Latest Moving Pictures.' If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which most people will overlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside, look over the classified advertisements. THE DAYTON & WESTERN MOTION CO. In effect May 5, 1906. Subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE M AM iAMI FFT ft.no ai RlohU Lvl ..no s.45 s.uo and (.50 1 7 SO 8 4Uvry 1.06 8.08 H.6Hhour I0rt.00 lO.OKMntll O.SOjll.OO 9.67 1 l.M Katon Ar W.Alex " lyton " 8.68 10.06 112.15 Q0.00lll.00 V NEWlPARIS BRANCH v - - - ' 1 Leave Richmond for New Paris. I ' l I I M:50, 6:45, B:20. 9:20. 10:00. 11:20 a. m., 12: 2Q. 1:20. 2:20, 3:00, 4:20. 20. 6:20. ;20. 8:20, 9:55 and 11:00 P. M. Trijnafere it New Wettv.T.i Dl.trect connections at Dayton with "I Jm. ' a T.tmltiri" trains rr-- tm-,.. ana i-irna, leaving Richmond at 6:50 9:00. 12f;-00 m.. and 3:00 p. m. CONNf 'ECTIONS At Eaton with P. C. C. &F St L. for points north and south. J U Wtt Alexandria with Cln cinnatl 1 Northern R. R. for nolnta north anrd south At Dayton with elec tric llnej s diverging for Troy, Piqiii. Sidney, I Lima, Xenia. SDrlni-fleld. Co- BAKER, G. F.s and st Alex andria, O. lAgent ThrougliU ratesA through Jackets to all points. iv For further f aformatloa call Horn wPhone J69. J i j Arrangmejcmts to parti el special cars. et., caVll phone or "vrlta C O. p i t to r- at. 1 "fr i. w '2 ut THE SPAGHETTI EATERS, A TYPICAL STREET SCENE IN NAPLES The people of Naples eat their spaghetti by the yard, feeding it Into their open and upturned mouths hand over band. The poor eat it at stands in the streets. During the recent eruption of Vesuvius the operation must hav9 Involved some dirt, as ashes were falling about, even sifting Into the houses. AT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Gennett. Delmore and Darnell who are play ing a return engagement at the Gen nett this week, make a splendid ap pearance in vaudeville and they are Justly popular over, the large circuit they traverse. They have a novelty change act, In which Delmore resolves himself into blackface performer be fore the eyes of the audience, while Miss Darrell makes a similar change in her dressing room and thev clos their turn with a pleasing rendition of The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." Few who appear In vaudeville have better stage presence than this team. For many there is nothing more amusing than a stage tramp and in this, role, W. J. McDermott is much at home. He has a local hit in his references to the village of Boston, describing his experience when put off the C. C. & L. train at that place. There Is much else on the program that is Interesting and that accounts for the good busl ness that Is being done this week. Tomorrow announcement will, be made of the features secured lor; next week. Vaudeville at the Phillips. It is hard to believe when one sees the figures at the New PhUllns. in charge of Parish, ventriloquist, that they are not really talking, sq natural are their movements. The stt-to jbe tween. the Irish and Negro lads is one of the most Interesting parts of Par ish's performance. As a ventriliquist his superior has never been, seen at the New Phillips. It seems that the Bootblack Quartet would continue a drawing card for much longer than a week, so well has the inteiest held up thus far in their rmditlons. McKee and Van, blackface comedians have an interesting turn. California earthquake and fire plcturei will be the regular film for the motion pic tures next week. The detailed pro gram for next week will be amounced tomorrow. This week s business has been highly satisfactory. Project Is Not Deid. A transcript of the officiil records of the case of Alonzo Harrs vs. the petitioners in the matter if the in corporation of the town d Greens fork, is being prepared anl will be used when the trial comes ip in the Supreme Court of Indiana.; In both the County Commissioners and the Wayne Circuit Court, the decision has been given the petitlmers, but Mr. Harrs is determined t fight it out. His attorneys are itty. Addi son C. Harris of Indianapois, John L. Rupe, for the Pennsylvana Ry., of this city, and-T. J. Study of this city. Two Promising Cilts. George Dougan now has it his farm near Centerville, two coltl which he expects to develop Into thebest speed ers in this section of tie country. Both colts are sired by lorses with national reputation. One est Is by Di rectly and the other is br Anderson Wilkes. ' LA FOLLETTE TO PRESIDE Portland Judge Will Hearthe Miff Dl- vorce In Wayne Circut Court Next Monday. ' In the Wayne Circuit Ourt the di vorce suit of J. Edgar Uffff against Mary Illff will be called f.r trial next Monday morning and Jutge LaFol lette of Portland will prelde as spec ial judge. The case proiises to at tract considerable attentbn. Mr. and Mrs. Illff were married last winter shortly following a deer of divorce granted to Mrs. . Illff 's foraer husband Jesse McGulre. The preent drvorce suit was filed several wseks ago by Mr. Illff and he alleges cruel treat ment. King Solomon Chapter No. 4, R. A. M. will have work In Ryal Arch de gree Friday evening on three candidate. Ml : si Mi LONG SILENCE IS BROKEN RANSOM SHELLEY ALIVE Left Henry County in 1856 and Believ ed for Many Years to Have Been Dead Now Resides at Fredericks burg, California. Palladium Special. New Castle, May 31. A letter from R. T. Shelley, of Marengo, Iowa, states that his brother Ransom Y. Shelley, from whom he had not heard directly for forty-eight years, and who was sup posed to be dead, has been heard from and is living in Fredericksburg, Cali fornia. In 1856 he started from New Castle overland for the West. In 1856, short ly before the Mountain Meadow mas sacre, he wrote to his brother R. T., from Salt Lake City, Utah. From that time until recently no direct word was received from him. When Capt. Volney Hobson return ed from California in 1861, he stated to, members of the Shelley family that he had seen Ransom' in California. His brother, R. T., although he knew Capt. Hobson well and had no reason to doubt his word, said he felt that there must be some mistake about it. In letters now, however. Ransom con firms Capt. Hobsom's statement. He informs his brother that, although 73 years of age, his health Is good. GARFIELD MEET SATURDAY Students of the Grammar School Will Hold Their Annual Athlet ic Contest on Reid Field. Tomorrow the boys of Garfield school will hold their annual track and field meet at Reid Field and if the weather is favorable one of the largest crowds of the season will be on hand to witness the sport. This meet is the largest held in the state In which school children participate. Many of the public schools in various cities throughout the state will fol low the example this year that has been set by the Garfield School. About fifty boys have entered in the various events and there is great ri valry among the three classes 7A's 8Bs and 8As. A weeR from Saturday a picked team from the Garfield School will meet a picked team from the Freshmen class at High School. This meet will also be held on Reid Field. KENTUCKIANS ARE GOING Big Week at Louisville will be Attend ed by Numerous Richmond Blue Grass Natives. Arrangements are nearly complete for the transportation of the delega tion of old residents of Kentucky from Eastern Indiana who will attend the home coming week given at Louisville Ky., the week of June 14. The Rich mond delegation will join the Ander son party at that point and go to Louisville in a special train on the Big Four. There are 77,551 ex-residents of the Blue Grass State living In Indiana and a large number will go from -Wayne and adjoining counties. J. D, Phipps, of Muncie, is secretary of the committee on arrangements. Louisville will be thrown wide open to receive the old residents of the state and everything possible will be done by the citizens to give them a warm welcome. An address will be given the opening day of the reunion by Governor Beckham, of Kentucky. Price of New Books. Township trustees of Wayne coun ty are busy preparing their school book requisitions for the year 1906. A price list of books has been sen,t to County Superintendent Jordan by State Supt Fassett A. Cotton. The new spelling books are quote-l at ten cents each and the new physiologies at 50 cents each. In the case of the spellers an old book and 7 cents will be accepted for a new one. and an old physiology and twenty-five cents will be accepted for a new physiology. Elliott Coming Home. Walter Elliott, a well known Rich mond young man who has been trav eling in Europe for several months, will sail for home on June 18. Secure Pres. Hughes. President Hughes, of De Pauw, has been requested to deliver the commencement address at the gradu ating exercises of the Richmond High School and has accepted. THINGS THEAf RICAu Will M. Cressy and Blanche Dayne are to pass under the management of j the Shuberts next season and will be ! starred In comedy. ! Edward Abeles, the chauffeur In ! "Man and Superman," will star next j season In a dramatization of George Barr .McCutch eon's novel, "Brewster's Millions." W. IL Crane Is to appear in a dra matic version of "Letters of a Self Made Merchant to His Son" next sea son. The play is to be called "Old Grogan Graham." Next season Eugene Ormonde will make his debut in New York as a star. His play, which was written especially for him by Garl Herbert of the Rochester (N. Y.) Post-Express, is called "Her American Prince." Viola Allen has already begun to en gage her company for next season, a fact that puts a quietus to the report that her marriage would result in her retirement Fuller Melllsh, one of Richard Mansfield's company, is the first to sign a contract. "The Golden Butterfly" is a new play by Edith Macvane. The play is a comedy of New York life and Miss Anglln will produce it next season. Miss Macvane Is the daughter of Pro fessor Macvane of Harvard university and is a graduate of Radcllffe college. CHURCH AND CLERGY. St. Martin's church, Canterbury, Is said to be the oldest church in Eng land In use today. Lutherans in the United States now number 1.S66.G35 members and 7,709 ministers. During 1905 the member ship increased 53,979, and 351 new con gregations were formed. The two bodies called Young Wo men's Christian associations, which have been growing up together side by side ou this continent, are now being consolidated Into one organization. The Presbyterian church is to launch at its next general assembly a compre hensive brotherhood for the men of the denomination. The recent extraordi nary convention of United Presbyte rian laymen at Pittsburg has given a marked Impetus to men's work in all denominations. The Baptist Young People's Union of America will hold its fifteenth Interna tional convention at Omaha, July 12-15. Count Tolstoi predicts that In 500 years Confucianism, Brahmanism, Buddhism, Mohammedanism and Chris tianity will be merged into the last named religion. GOWN GOSS'P. Real lace veils, black and white, are very much admired. A few colored lace veils are seen, brown being pop ular. Large chiffon veils continue to be worn, usually with a mesh face veil beneath. White, champagne, gray, re seda, brown and black are favorite colors. Tucks are favorite skirt decorations. In groups of three or more they trim a great many gowns in soft materials and also many tub gowns. Lace in sets, shaped and trimmed flounces, ruf fles and other trimmings are allowed. When. one. Is not. weajing the flimji etfSZ 'iiiigehe waists TZES puis Olle most mannish of linen blouses with a soft rolling collar and, generally speak ing, elbow .sleeves with gauntlet cuffs. There are at least a dozen variations of this waist, and almost any figure may be suited. New York Post. CURIOUS CULL1NGS. A soldier stationed at Constantlne, Algeria, who had stolen three belts from his comrades threw himself over a 200 foot precipice to escape military punishment. A Willimantlc (Me.) man's will be queathed to a sister $1 and a swarm of bees, which he hoped would sting her into repentance for the way she had treated him. After being twenty years in the service of a family at Saffron Walden, England, as housekeeper a woman died, and it was found that no one knew her surname. On the window of a London den tist's appears the announcement, "Teeth extracted with great pains." He offers a novelty. Most dentists' advertisements are less truthfuL COLLEGE AND SCHOOL. Mrs. Louisa N. Bullard has given the Harvard Medical school $50,000 to es tablish a chair of neuropathology. The giving of prises in the Chicago public schools by outside parties ftas been definitely abolished by the board of education. Twenty-two new school buildings are to be constructed in Los Angeles to be ready before school opens the latter part of next September. President Jordan of Stanford uni versity says that in the rebuilding of the university buildings destroyed In the recent earthquake no classic style structures will be erected, as the mod ern style of building very much better withstood the recent shakeup. CONGRESSIONAL CUTS. The senate would be a very Inex pensive institution if It were paid fcr its services on the "piecework" plan. Little Rock Gaxette. j There will be an adjournment of con gress just as soon as the public busi ness threatens to interfere with the work of the cam pal gm committees. Washington Post. 1 After reading some 'of the eulogies delivered over deceased members one cannot help wondering how such truly good men ever succeeded In breaking fisto congress. Washington Post. ART OF KEEPING COOL. Sn11le Sarsretlona to Follow Don Ins the CouLbk Siuar. When the hot summer days are upon us and It Is impossible to change our environment the best help toward keep ing cool is to learn to adapt ourselves to it. But with ell of us habit is S3 strong that few of us think of adapta tion, and as a consequents we suffer from a way of living which is suited only to the cold winter months. The cultivation of peace of mind la the flrrt requisite. A cool bath taken on rising i3 the best tonic to prepare one for the day's labor and exposure. A tcp!d. cool bath or a ehort hot Mth may be taken in the evening, nnJ if greatly fattened it Is one of the ir.ost effective rr.er.ns of brirjring refreshing fleep. Another necessity to keeping cool is not only in the exercise of body, but la the matter of diet as well. All bodily host arises frcn the oxidation or burning of the food we eat. So wbea the tertpercture rises the body needs less fuel. A wnrm weather breakfast should be a very light meal. As four-fifths of our food ia used for fuel it Is or.rily seen that in summer we need only a small quantity to sup ply vitality for bodily and mental work. The ider.l breakfast would be whole wheat bread or zwieback, with some wholesome ripe fruit, such as strawberries, plums, melons or apples. By giving ourselve3 the benefit of our store of common sense many of us would go forth to the trials of a day in the heat prepared for it by a diet conducive to health. How many a man prepares for such a day with a breakfast made up of grlddlecakes, soda biscuit, fried eggs and bacon, sau sages, Worcestershire sauce and strong coffee! By noon he feels the heat to such an extent that he feels compelled to drink large quantities of ice water, beer or other cooling beverages. Con trast the discomforts of such a one in the temperate zone with a cooly work ing bareheaded in the direct rays of the sun in a climate 20 degrees hotter. The cooly is not uncomfortable because he has adapted his diet to his environ ment. Any man, who excites his heart and Irritates his nerves by a diet of flesh foods must expect to need all sorts of artificial means to make his life bearable in the hot weather. New York Herald. Petrified Schoolhoose. New England, N. D., possesses what Is probably the most remarkable schoolbouse in the country. The struc ture Is twenty-four feet square, one story in height and built entirely of petrified wood except the roof, which is shingled. The wood of the ancient forests which covered the prairies of Hettinger county has become agatlzed, and In the absence of other building material the people of this place deter mined to erect their primitive educa tional institution of this beautiful pet rification. Great care has been exer cised In the construction of the school house, so that the material shows off to the best advantage, and when the sun shines the building glistens like crystal. A Do a 4 a Telephone. ' An up to date dog is one that an swers the telephone. The senior part ner of an influential London firm has taught his dog not only to guard the office during his absence, but also to report "All's well" during the time the premises are closed at week ends. One of the old fashioned telephones, which dtis not require that the receiver should be taken off Its holder, is fixed up In the office, and under this the dog stands.' nis master rings up the office and then calls until the attention of the dog is aroused, when the canine caretaker barks loudly to show that all is well with him and with the office. Board Mad of Groand Cork. Cork in its natural state is consid ered the most perfect nonconductor of heat and cold. A composition board consisting of cork and some adhesive materials to hold it together and ren der the product damp proof is now made. These boards come in sizes a foot wide, three feet long and from an inch to four Inches thick. They can be easily sawed to fit in fact, can be worked up like ordinary lumber. The cork board is used in Insulating all kinds of cold storage rooms, pipes, etc., and in houses, especially those con structed of cement. $12.85 Chicago to Marquette, Mich., and Return. Via the North-Western Line. $14.25 Ashland, Wis., and return. These special low round trip rates are in effect every Tuesday, with return limit 21 days. For tickets and reser vation, apply to your nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Knlskern, P. T. M., C. & N. W. R'y Co., Chicago. 25-5t $25.00 Round Trip Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Via the Chicago, Union Pacafic & North-Western Line. This low rate is in effect the first and third Tues day of each month. Other low rate tickets $30.00 round trip, dally, beginn ing June 1st. The Colorado Special, only one night to Denver, leaves Wells Street Station 7:00 P. M. Another excellent through train leaves at 11:00 P. M.. For tickets and full Information, apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A. H. Waggener, Trav. Agt, 215 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. 25-5t End-of-the-Week Rates. Chicago and North-Western Railway From to nearby summer resorts. Tickets at special low prices on sale Friday, Saturday and Sunday, good un til the following Monday to return. Other low rates in effect daily. For tickets, rates and booklets giving full information, apply to nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Kniskern, P. T. M., C. & N. W. R'y Co. Chicago. 25-5t Lake Geneva Summer Train Service. Via the Chicago & North-Western R'y is now in effect including Saturday afternoon train leaving Chicago 1:00 p. m. and Sunday Train leaving 8:00 a. m. For tickets, rates and full In formation apply to your nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Knlskern, P. T. U., C. & N. W, K'r Ca, Chicago. 25-5t tw s i r srrst The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over SO years, has born the signature of w7 - and has been made under his per- CJTa sona supervision since its infancy. vcrV J-CUCA4t Allow no ono to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Justas-ffood" 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 for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotio substance. Jts age is its guarantee. It destroys TVoriua and aiiays Fcverislmcss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY9 Bears the The KM You HaYe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMI eCNTAUN (OKMMT, TT MUHKAY TCCT. MIW TOWN OfTV. WHOSE SAY WIth-nearly all medicines put up for tale through druggist, one has to take the maker's say-so alone and exclusively as to their curative value. Of course, such testimony is not that of a disinter ested party and accordingly is not to be lven ho same credit as ll writton from IslntAasted motives. Dr. Pierce's medi cines, however, form a single and there fore striking exception to this rule. Their claims to the confidence of invalids does not rest solely upon their owners and makers' say-so or praise. Their In gredients are matters of public knowl edge, being printed on each separate bottle wrapper. Thus invalid sufferers are taken Into Dr. Pierce's full confi dence. Scores of leading medical men have written enough to fill volumes in praise of the curative value of the several ingredients entering into these well-known modiclnes. Amongst these writers we find such medical lights as Prof. Finley Elllngwood, M. D., of Ban nntt Medical College, Chicago : Prof. Hale, of the same city: Prof. Jno. M. Scudder, M. D., late of Cincinnati, Ohio; Prof. Jno. King, M. D., late of Cincin nati, Ohio: Dr. Grover Coe, of New York: Dr. Bartholow and scores of others equally eminent. The writings of these have been for the various medical journals and for publi cation in standard medical books for pro fessional reading and induction, and hence are the more valuable as they re late to Dr, Pierce's medicines, since the writers did not know that they were en dorsing and recommending articles that enter into the composition of these medi cines and had no personal interest what ever therein. Hence, their great value as endorsements. A brief synopsis, of a small part only, of these extensive writings, which apply to the several ingredients entering into Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the world-famed remedy for weak stom ach, or dyspepsia, torpid or congested liver, biliousness, ulceration of stomach and bowels and kindred ailments has been compiled for publication in book form. These extracts also treat of the several ingredients entering Into the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription for weak, over-worked, "run down," debilitated, nervous women, who find In it s priceless boon. Send your name and address by postal card or letter, with request for this little book, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., and it will be mailed r to your address. From it you will learn triy Golden Medical Discovery" cures ca tarrh of the nasal passages, even though of years' standing. It is a most potent constitutional remedy for this terribly common and generally unsuccessfully treated malady. The cure will be facil itated if Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy be employed to cleanse out the nasal pas sages at the same time that the "Dis covery " is employed for the constitu tional treatment. The "Discovery" is equally efficient In the cure of catarrh of the stomach and bowels, an4 in cases of ulceration of these organs. Read what Doctors King, Scud der, Grover Coe. and others say of the curative properties of Golden Seal root and of Stone root in cases of the above diseases. Both these roots are Important ingredients of "Golden Medical Discov ery." From the writings of these same authors you will learn, why the "Golden Medical Discovery" cures chronic, or lingering ailments of the throat and bron ehla attended with hoarseness, cough, soreness and kindred symptoms. Several of the ingredients In the "Golden Med ical Discovery " are highly recommended for their specific, curative effects in laryngitis, or "Speakers' sore throat," as well as in incipient consumption and obstinate, lingering coughs, which, If neglected or badly treated, are apt to end In consumption. From the same little book you may learn why Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip DR uADLTOI northtbCth si I EC ThexCentrall South The abode of Winds, Persistent Sftnshine rains; the land of and Health, Throughout this wide from a Northern stand mt- From some of this land an or made last year on Strawbei From Cantaloupe $250.00. Peaches, Apples, Grapes, returmhandiDmely. Cattle need but little winter feed. Write me for Facts and Figures. G. A- Park, General Immigration artfl Industrial Agmt Louisville & Nashville R. R I.OUISV1XI.E, KY. iTx c D . Signature of - SO IS BEST? tion cures the worst cases of - female weakness, prolapsus, antl -version and retro-version and corrects irregularities, cures painfull periods, dries up disagree able and weakening drains, sometimes known as pelvic catarrh, and why inflam mation of the ovaries and a multitude of other diseases peculiar to women, readily yield to its marvelous curative potency. Bear in mind, it is not a patent nor even a secret medicine, but the " Favorite Prescription" of a regularly educated physician, of large experience In the cure of woman's peculiar ailments, who frankly and cheerfully takes his patients Into his full confidence by telling them Just what his "Prescription" is com posed of. Of no other medicine put up for woman's special maladies and sold through druggists, can it be said that the maker is not afraid to deal thus frankly, openly and honorably, by letting every patient using the same know exactly what she Is taking. That every ingredient entering into Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has the en dorsement of the leading medical writers of the age amply attests its harmless character as well as its sterling curative value. Send your address for the little book and read what some of the most eminent medical men of this century say of the curative properties contained la the several ingredients which go to make up Dr. Pierce's leading medicines. No other medicines are backed up by such marvelous, disinterested, professional en dorsements. This one fact is worth more and should have more weight in deter mining whether these non-secret medi cines, or some secret compounds without professional endorsement and with only the makers praise to recommend them, are best ana most likely to effect im portant cures. In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines la the frank, confiding, open statement of their full composition, giving every ingredient in plain English, without fear of success ful criticism and with confidence that the good sense of the afflicted will lead them to appreciate this honorable man ner of confiding to them what they are r taking into their stomachs when making use of these medicines. Dr. Pierce's medicines are made from harmless but efficient medicinal roots found growing in our American forests. The Indians knew of the marvelous curative value of some of these roots and Imparted that knowledge to some of the friendlier whites, and gradually some of the more progressive physicians came to test and use them, and ever since they have grown in favor by reason of their superior curative virtues and their safe and harmless qualities. The little fres book mentioned in the preceding column will tell you all about the properties and uses of these most valuable medicinal roots. Send for it jrow. Your druggists sells the Favobjt Prescription" and also that famous alterative, blood purifier and stomach tonic, the "Goldm Medical Discov ert." Write to Dr. Pierce about your case. He is an experienced physician and will treat your ease as confiden tial and without charge for correspond ence. Address him at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., of which he is chief consulting physician. It Is as easy to be well as 111 and much more comfortable. Constipation Is the cause of many forms of illness. Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipa tion. They are tiny, sugar-coated gran ules. One little " Pellet " is a gentle laxa tive, two a mild cathartic. All dealers in medicines sell them. ' , Dr. Pierce's 1000-page illustrated book , The Common Sense Medical Adviser, Is sent free in paper covers on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only. For 31 stamns the cloth bound volume will be sent. It was formerjy sold for tl.80 per copy. Address Dr. Br V. Pierce, Buffalo, n. Y. and Gentle Contentment I in VI WE- ' fV IN W W kfFT My J u usy u ty, Happiness, Flowers, fertile land yet to bt had at , : YEIT LOW PRICES. r erage, 1 of $416.95, net, waa A - .5 -V.