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The Richmond Palladium. Monday, June 18, 190t: LaOGdl ARRESTS FOLLOW BROOKLYN GAME Players and Officials of Brook lyn and Cincinnati Teams "Pinched." LARGE -CROWD ATTENDS JIO CHARGE OF ADMISSION TO GAME MADE, BUT CONTRIBU TION BOXES WERE HUNG UP REDS WIN. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost. PCt. Chicago rr-.v.-..3a 17 .696 Pittsburg .. -...34 17 .667 Kew York . 36 19 .653 Philadelphia-..,. 29 2S .509 St. Louid , ..23 34 .404 Cincinnati 23 36 .390 Brooklyn .. w-..i.....21 34 .382 Boston Ma. .-.... 17 27 .315 IPubllshers' Press . Brooklyn, N. Y., June 17. Sunday fraseball was revived here today, but laeach instance where a game was jplayed and admission either directly jcr by subterfuged was charged or ac cepted, arrests 4 followed. The prin Icipal game was that between the Na- L 1 T !., v. 9 Tn1rlm 'orwl Cincinnati. Over 12.000 persons saw the game at "Washington Park and for half an hour before the game began, all-the entrances to the grounds were congested for the simple reason that Instead of following up the idea of de pending upon patrons to subscribe on their leavlne the grounds, subscrip tion boxes were placed at the entr anc les and, all who went in were expected to pay an admission fee. j At the outset of the game, Eason of Brooklyn, pitched a couple of balls to "Chick" Frazer of the visitors and tbdth wore Immediately, placed under arrest by Captain Baldwin. As soon as these arrests were made three oth ers followed. The others. taken Into 'custody were President Charles H. Ebbets, of the Brooklyn Club, Manag er P. J. Donovan of the same organiza tion and Edward Ilanlon, formerly manager of the Brooklyns, and now manager of the Cincinnati team. ; All the prisoners were taken to the Bergen street police station, where they werealmost Immediately admit ted to ball to appear before Magis trate Naumer tomorrow morning. As to the game itself, one error on. ,the part of Scanlon, who pitched an excellent, game, resulted In the visit ors maklfcg two runs in the fifth in ning and at all times Ewlng, for the visitors, held the locals well In check. Score: ' . R. H. E. Cin. ....0 000200103 8 0 Brook. . 00004000 0 0,3 1 Batteries Ewing and Schlel; Scan jlon and Bergen. . Umpire Klem. . . GIANTS AGAIN WINNERS beat new castle team -.-. ' ; "w$i Colored Nines Met at Athletic ParKj Yesterday. Afternoon in Con- f test That Was Not Hard for Rich- mond Team to Land. In a game played, partly in a oown our of raia.i the Giants defeated the New Castle colored team yesterday in a slugging match by a score of 13 to 6. At the opening of the game sev eral gallons of wet fell and the pitch ers' had a" hard time in controlling the tall, as a result passes were issued to first baso. These bases on balls all figured in tho run getting. In the first inning Now Castle, got the jump with two runs but the Giants in their half of the first came back hard with three tallies. After old Sol sot his, lamps Sn working order and the rain was put to flight, Benson, on the firing line for the Giants, settled down and the remainder of the game the New Castle outfit was at his mercy. In the field New Castle played , a ragtime tame. Devinney foi the locals put up a great gamo at tae initial sack and 1 his stick work, was equally good. An other feature of the game was the base running ofl Harris. A large crowd witnessed the contest. NO MORE 1 NO LESS The greatest values ever offered. 1 Come and jave the Difference. IVPo2Af HOMQRta" Altaic WW US J 914 Main St. Suits 5H i rfT 1 V A AMERICAN ASS'N ; ' Club Standing. Won. Lost. PCt Toledo 332 Columbus 34 Milwaukee 30 Louisville 30 Kansas City 27 Minneapolis 27 Indianapolis 21 St. Paul 19 23 23 23 23' 27 29 34 34 .582 .576 .5C6 .545 .500 .482 .382 .338 First Game. R. H. E. Louisville 4 6 3 Milwaukee 7 9 0 Batteries Dunkle, Kenna and Shaw; Oberlin and Roth. Umpires Sullivan and Kane. Second Game. R. H. E. Louisville 6 12 0 Milwaukee 1 6 2 Batteries Kenna and Shaw; Cur tis and Roth. R. H. E. Columbus 5 8 0 Minneapolis 3 3 4 Batteries Berger and Ryan; Cad- wallader, Thomas and Shannon. Um pire Maskell. Attendance 8,276. R. H.E. Toledo 5 10 4 St. Paul 4 7 1 Batteries Wlggs and Abbott; Mor gan and Drill. INTERSTATE LEAGUE CLUB STANDING. Won. Lost. ret. Flint 26 15 .634 Ft. Wayne 27 19 .587 Marion 25 18 .581 Anderson , 19 22 .463 Lima 19 24 .442 Saginaw 17 25 .405 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Marlon 4; Ft. Wayne 3. Marion 1; Ft. Wayne 0. BEATEN BY BUT ONE fairview loses good oneJ New Lisbon Team Defeated Fast Rich- ..mond Aggregation by a Score of 8 to 7 Fairview Finished in Great Style, but Couldn't Win. Before the biggest crowd ever gath ered at the Fairview ball park, the Falrviews lost to the fast New Lisbon team by a score of 8 to 7. Both teams played a fast fielding game and the slabmen were touched up at inter vals in a lively manner. The Fair view boys made a gallant up hill fight and their last desperate batting rally In the ninth inning, When they came within one run of tieing up the score, brought the fans yelling to their feet. At the close of the seventh in ning the score was 8 to 1 in favor of the visitors. Connor had been pitch ing tip-top ball up to this time and had the correct combination of every Fairview batter. Things, were as sad as the interior of an undertaking es tablishment. The fireworks began in the eighth. Two locals crossed the pan and everybody began to sit up and take notice. In tho ninth the rally was continued and in a fusilade of hits, four more locals looped the circuit. New Lisbon then braced and the .Falrviews were retired before the tying run could be made. Score: R. H. E. New Lis. 0020051008 8 2 Fairv'w .0 0010002 4 7 8 2 Batteries Connor and Gilbert; Kroma, Miller and Englebert. Graves' Sluggers Won. By perfect field work and superior batting the Graves' Sluggers defeated the West Views Sunday morning by a score of 11 to 5. A home run by Capt. Graves was the feature of the game. Score: R. H. E. G. S 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 2 2 11 2 W. V. .. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 5 6 5 .Batteries Kuhlenbeck and Graves; Eadler, Kettler and Eadler. All Stars Beat Red Men. The All Stars took the Red Men team Into camp yesterday in a game featured by numerous base hits on the part of both teams. The final score was All Stars, 15, Red Men, 7 Miller and Ray formed the All Star battery and Jennings, Hoar and Tra- kowski were in the points for the Red Men. Beallviews Again Winners. The Beallview baseball team de-i feated the Shamrocks at the Beall view ball grounds by a score of 21 to S. Pitcher Minor was hit hard in the first two innings and was replaced by Parker. The pitching of SudhofT and the hard hitting of the Beallview team were the features of the game The score: R. H. E. Beallv'w 28030114 221 14 3 Shamr's .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 8 10 Nowhere in "the world can you see such handsome men and women as are to be met in the United States. They all use Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. WS General. AMERICAN LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. Cleveland 30 18 .060 New York 32 29 .615 Philadelphia o0 21 .538 Detroit 26- 23 .531 St. Louis 27 20 .509 Chicago 25 23 .500 Washington 19 C3 .365 Boston 15 3S .283 Publishers Press Chicago, June 17. The Chicago White Sox walloped the Bostons again today in a good game at the South Side ball park, the score being to 1. The Bostons scored first and Pitcher Harris was holding the Sox safe but in the seventh inning a hit at the right time brought in one run and tied the count. In the eighth the Sox again swatted the ball at the proper time and two more run3 clinched the game. Doc White pitched a heady game for the home team. Score: R. H. E. Chi 0000001 2 x 3 6 0 Bos 00000100 0 1 7 0 Batteries White and Sullivan; Harris and Armbruster. Umpires Hurst and Connor. HARD FOUGHT GAME. St. Louis, June 17. In a hard fought pitchers battle today between St. Louis and Washington, the local Americans won out by the score of 7 to 3. Score: R. H. E. St. L. ...0 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 x 7 9 2 Wash. ..0 0000001 2 3 10 5 Batteries Howell and Spencer; Hughes and Heydon. Umpire Sheridan. . 30, BUSHEL YIELD WHEAT CROP IN STATE Acreage This Year Is Larger Than That of Last Year But Prospects For the Yield Are Not as Good State Statistician's Report. Judging from present Indications and .basing the estimate on this year's acreage, the wheat yield for Indiana for 1906 will be more than 30,000,000 bushels, according to the figures of Joseph H. Stubbs. State Statistician. The acreage this year is larger than that of last year, bet tho prospect for the yield are not as good. Last year Indiana raised 29,809,521 bushels. Indiana had the lowest acreage of wheat in 1905 that it has had in many years, but the yield was the most bountiful in ten years, being 18.13 bushels an acre. This year, however, the farmers have followed the usual Indiana custom of following the largtj yield with increased acreage. The State statistician has selected twenty counties geographically dis tributed over the State and in these twenty counties has compared the ac reage in 1905 and 1906. Only two of these counties, Perry and Posey, show a decrease, and this is small, while the acreage in both Howard and Tipton more than doubled itself. The percentage of gain in these twenty counties is 42.1 and the high est rate of gain is found in Tipton, where it Is shown to be 113.4 per cent. 60METAMOUS trees. The ash and the tulip trees planted at Mount Vernon by Washington. The Burgoyne elm at Albany, N. Y., planted the day Burgoyne was brought there a prisoner. The Eliot oak of Newton, Mass., un der which the apostle John Eliot taught the Indians Christianity. The pear trees planted respectively by Governor Endicott of Massachusetts and Governor Stuyvesant of New York more than 200 years ago. , The Freedman's oak or Emancipa tion oak, Hampton institute, Hampton, Va., under which the slaves of this re gion first heard read President Lin coln's emancipation proclamation. Boston Globe. MODES OF THE MOMENT. A patch pocket adorns the front of the smart tailored blouse. Most of the new suits are made with out collars, but with collar effect. The fad of the season Is to combine several varieties of lace in the Eame garment. With some of the new girdle arrange ments it is possible to simulate the princess effect upon lingerie frocks. The low necked blouse for evening wear is much In evidence, though the decollete is not very pronounced. Ap pliques with undulating edges are used to finish the neck, and in almost every Instance these are finished with tiny ruchlngs of lace. New York Globes A. Texas Wonder. There's a hill at Bowie, Texas, that's twice as big as last year. This wonder is W. L. Hill, whp from a weight of 90. pounds, has grown to over ISO. He says: "I suffered with a terrible cough, and doctors gave me up to die of consumption. I was re duced to 90 pounds when I began tak Ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. -Now after taking 12 bottles, I have more than doubled in weight and am com pletely cured. Only sure Cough and Cold cure. . Guaranteed by A. G. Lnken & Co., druggists. 50c and $1 Trial bottle free. Palladium Want Ads Pav. LOSE TO EASTKAVEN The Hard Hitting Hospital Outfit Wins with Landslide ' of Runs. TWO OTHER LEADERS WIN STARR PIANOS DEFEAT KIBBEYS IN A HARD FOUGHT GAME AND PAN HANDLES WIN FROM PO-GUE-MI LLEERS. CITY LEAGUE ESTANDING. W. L. Starr Pianos 6 1 East Havens 5 2 Pan Handles 5 2 Pogue-Millers 3 4 Kibbeys 2 5 Palladiums 0 7 PC. .857 .714 .714 .428 .2S6 .000 PALLADIUMS OVERWHELMED. The Easthaven Team defeated the Palladiums on the Easthaven diamond Saturday, making the fifth consecutive victory for the hospital boys. The game was very one sided, Easthaven's total being 27. while the Palladiums got but 2 runs. The Newsies present ed a weak line-up and the hospital boys piled up runs at will. Moore, who pitched for Easthaven, was in vincible throughout, vf.iil'e Hannon, for the Pals, could not locate the plate and passed several batsmen. In the field the Pals played a wretched fame piling up thirteen bad errors, while the Easthavens played errorless ball. Moore's pitching was the feature of the game. In the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh innings, he struck out ten of the twelve men who faced him. NEWSBOYS Easthaven. . AB R H PO A E Yaggi, 3b 6 3 2 1 1 0 Judah, 2b ... 6 2 2 0 0 0 Lindam'd, c .. 6 5 0 17 1 0 Jeffries, lb ... 7 3 4 5 0 0 Nance, ss .... 6 2 0 0 1 0 Harrison, cf .. 4 4 0 1 0 0 Balph, If 5 2 0 2 0. 0 Trobaugh, rf . 5 3 0 1 0 0 Moore, p 5 3 2 0 0 0 Total 50 27 10 27 3 0 Palladiums. AB R H PO A E Sharp, If 3 0 01 1 0 Hayward, rf ..4 0 2 0 0 1 Farnham, 2b . 4 1 14 0 1 Thompson, lb 4 0 6 10 0 2 Quigley, 3b ... 4 0 1 0 2 0 W. Kettler, .c 4 1 2 9 0 3 H. Kettler, cf..4 0 1 1 0 1 Norman, ss .. 4 0 0 2 2 4 Hannon, p ... 3 0 1 1.01 Total .......34 ' 2 8 27 5 13 Innings. 123456789 R. H.E. Eash'vn 20093 3 16 327 10 0 Pal .... 0 i 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 13 Summary: Struck Out By Moore, 16; by Hannon, W. Kettler and Thompson, 7. Bases on Balls Off Moore, 1; off Hannon, W. Kettler and Thompson, 8. Hit by pitched ball Lindamood, Nance, Balph. Three Base Hits Yaggi. Two Base Hits Hayward, Farnham, Jeffries. Time of game 2 hrs. 10 min. WIN IN ONE INNING. Falling on Eggemeyer for a clean hit and aided by errors on the part of the Kibbeys Infield, the Starr Pia no scored four runs and won the game from the Cravat Clerks. The strenuous efforts on the part of the Kibbeys to overcome the big lead were fruitless. Eggemeyer pitched his first full game of the season and held the heaviest hitting Starrs down to four hits. Had it not been for the er rors of the men behind him he would probably have scored a shutout vis tory. Sittloh for the leaders pitched good ball, allowing nine hits, all of which were scattered. Score: Starr Pianos 04200000 06 4 8 Kibbeys 2 0001010 04 8 5 Batteries Sittloh and Trakowski; Eggemeyer and Reid. Umpire Wei meyer. RAILROADERS WIN. In a five inning game the Pan Han dles took the Pogue-Millers into camp by a score of 3 to 2. The game was close and eiing, the railroad ers winning out in the final inning by bunching hits and forcing one man over the pan. Score: Pan Handles 1 1 0 0 13 6 3 Pogue-Millers 0 1 1 0 02 5 3 Batteries Ridge and Nicholson; Reid and Englebert. Umpire Wie meyer. SALE OF LOTS POSTPONED South Side Improvement Association Will Not Put Beallview Lots on Market Now. The South Side Improvement Asso ciation will not offer any lots in the Beallview addition for sale at the present time, and It was announced yesterday by one of the directors that it may be weeks, or even months before the lots are put on the mar ket. The season was too far advanced before the Association secured a clear title to the property and now. It will be fall before anything is donev The solicitors are still out working to secure the remainder of the $25, 000 necessary to buy the Boyce Farm Only a few thousand of the $25,000 remains to be subscribed. Miss Laura Arnold, of Indianapolis, who has been visiting Mrs. Robt Study, East Main street, will return home today. TWO ALS HELD PREACHED BY REV. NELSON Modern Woodmen and Railroad Train men Held Annual Exercises for De parted Dead at Grace Church Yes terday No Deaths Recorded. Two memorial services were held yesterday at the Grace M. E. church the Rev. W. N. Nelson, pastor of the church, delivered both memorial ser mons. In the morning the memorial services of "the Modern Woodmen were held and a fair congregation was present. The services were most beautiful and inipress.e. ' Xo mem bers of this lodgedied during the past year but the memorial rites were observed as it is an annual custom. Sunday evening at the 'church Dr. Nelson delivered a most beautiful sermon at the memorial services held by the Brotherhood of Railway Train men. Dr. Nelson took as his text Job 14:14 "If a man dies shall he live again? Is there. a life after death?" He told of the hard and dangerous life lead by railroad trainmen and read from the list of the dead mem bers of the society Ave names, the en tire list, showing that everyone of them had met death by accident while following their calling. He sta ted that this was a most unusual case and that he had never before of ficiated at a memorial service, where none of the dead members of the so ciety or lodge had met their deaths from natural results. During the past twelve months no members of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen have died. CHAUFFEUR FATALLY HURT TWO MACHINES COLLIDE Two Daughters of David Belasco the Playwright Were in the Accident Which Took Place Sunday at As bury Park, N. J. Publishers' Pressj Asbury Park, N. J., June 17. As the result of an automobile collision here today, Harry Isaacson, chauffeur for Peter A. Fogarty, of New York, was fatally, and Rena- and Gussie Belasco, daughters of David Belasco, the dramatist, of New . York, were painfully hurt. The Belasco girls, with Isaac T. Strauss were riding at a fast pace along the macadam road when through some disarrangement of the mechanism their machine swerved and crashed into that of Fogarty in which Fogarty and his chauffeur were speeding. Isaacson was thrown out by the impact, landing on his head, fracturing his skull. The other occu pants jumped, but the two women struck on their faces sustaining pain ful bruises.- Both machines were wrecked. Strauss and Fogarty were arrested and held in $2,000 bail by Judge Bor den to await the result of Isaacson's injuries. Harry Isaacson; the injured chauf feur, died in the hospital this evening. POLICE WERE KEPT BUSY SEVEN ARRESTS'ARE MADE Harrison Jenks Is Charged with Steal ing a Pair of Rubber Shoes Boys from New Castle Steal Ride Here and Land in Jail. Seven arrests were made by the po lice Saturday evening" and Sunday. Three drunks, Mike Dempsey, Joseph James and Joe Reddinghouse, were gathered in Saturday evening and at an early hour Sunday morning, Harri son Jenks was arrested for stealing a pair of black canvas, rubber-soled shoes while standing in front of the Railroad store. A charge of petit lar ceny was placed against him. When the 5 o'clock Pan Handle train on the Richmond division, pulled into the. station Sunday morning, three young New Castle boys were pulled forth from beneath one of the cars, having ridden from the Henry County metropolis on the "bumpers." At police headquarters the lads gave their names . as Charles Shucraft, C. Dean and E. Counclor. All had mon ey on their persons, and In addition a 32-calibre revolver was found on Shucraft. It is probable that Shu craft will have answer to the charge of carrying concealed weapons when arraigned in police court this morning, but it is thought the other two boys will be sent back to their homes. More than half a million officials, business, professional men, bankers. farmers and stockmen have been c ed by' using Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. . 35 cents, Tea or Tablets , A. G. Luken & Co. oooooooo G O O O O O O O CREAM TO Wl O EXTRA HE AV; O TRY A PIN' O PHONE, O HADLEY BROS. OOOOOOOO oo Palladium Want Ads Pay. f. 1. 292. Waouft READ Wanted, Found and Lost, in which personal gain does notion, ter, are inserted in th.es columns free, providing they are not over fifteen (15) words in length. No business advertise ments inserted free of charge, Advertisers will do well to re member tb ;Urs directed to Initials Only are not delivered through tfco postoffice. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. FOR RESULTS. WANTED A girl for general house work at 915 S. Sth St. at once 16-3t WANTED A girl to do general house work. Mrs. C. E. Sfciveley, 46 S. 14th Street. l5-3t WANTED Branch managers. $20 cash weekly. Live at home. Experi ence unnecessary, no canvassing, enclose stamp for particulars. Al uminum Hanger Co Chatficld, Minn. 2-30t FOR SALI uichmond propertyj a specialty. Porterfleld. Kelly .Clock. Phone 3?S. tf FOR SALE Preferably to farmer, two registered female Scotch col lies. Phone 90 1A. 18-2t. Everybody buys property from Woodhurst, 913 Main St. TelenHono 491- June tf FOR RENT Four room flat 'th all conveniences at 38 Southlth St. call at 46 South 11th street 13tf RENT Furnished rooms at the Grand tf for gentlemen only. LOST A gold stick pin on Main or at the Gennett. Return to Palla dium office. 14-3t. E. How Rapid Life is Killing Our People. UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER OF DEATHS RESULT FROM HEART DISEASB. The fact that 125 persons died recently in one week in New York City, from heart disease, when the death rate the corresponding week in 1004 was only 56, has given rise to the bollef among phy sicians that New York residents, and American people generally, for that mat ter, are living too rapidly. The strain of business and cares attendant on fierce competition and the worry attendant on anxiety to gain wealth aro given aa an explanation by physicians of the condi tions which exist to-day. Doctors have established the fact that the nerve forces which control the stom ach and the heart, are affected by the hurry of men In the dally scramble to bolt their food, in order to quickly resume their exciting careers. Many young men now succumb to heart disease, where 50 years ago, a case was rare when a person under 30 years of ago died from this malady. Women are also victims. This Is at tributed to tho manner in which they worry ovor social engagements, also to over-work. Worry and excitement, to gether with many nerve shocks which come to all in their daily life, of bustle and hustle, are the principal causes which snap the heartstrings. We Americans, both men and women, are living too fast. We work too hard and worry too much. How can the strain be best contracted and tho damage done be quickest repaired ? Only by numor lng and assisting the stomach to act in a more healthy manner. Thus will the blood be enriched, tho nerves invigorated and 'the action of an enfeebled heart strengthened and regulated. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery contains Just the right ingredients to do this, as will be seen from what eminent medical authorities say of the different ingre dients composing it. To make the weak ened stomach strong that it may prop erly digest the food and thus manu facture rich, red blood. Golden Seal, a prominent ingredient of the Golden Medical. Discovery" Is pre-eminently the article needed. The late Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D., of Cincinnati, author of Specific Medication," says of it: I "It stimulates the digestive processes, and increases the assimilation of food. By these means fu? blood i enrfctied. rpne consequent improvement on the nervous and glandular systems are natural results." He further says : "In relation to Its general effects on the System, there in no medlctn in ttse about which there is such general unanimity of opinion. It Is universally regarded as the tonic useful In all debilitated states." The United States Dispkxsatobt says of Golden Seal root: "As a local remedy Hydrastis (Golden Seal) has a remarkable effect upon the mucous membranes. Used in gastro-lntestinal (stomach-bowel) catarrh. " In its influence upon the nervous system this agent (Golden Seal), has stimulating properties, affecting respira tion and circulation, imparting tone and increased power to the heart's action." Then besides Golden Seal, which, ac cording to the best medical authorities, stands at the head of all stomach and beart tonics and invigorators, there is Stone root (Collinsonla Canadensis).whlch enters largely into the composition of "Golden Medical Discovery," and it is an acknowledged stomach and heart tonic especially guperior to all other remedies in valvular and other affections of the heart. The late Prof. Wm. Paine. M. D., of Phlla., says in his work on Concen trated Medicines: "I, not long since, had a patient who was so much oppressed with a valvular disease of.the heart that his friends were obliged to carry him up-stairs. He, how ever, gradually recovered under the Influ ence of Collinsonin (the active medicinal principle of Stone root), and la now at The abode of Soft Winds, Pepistent Sunshine and Gentle ' rains; the land of Beauty, Hap piness, Flowers, Contentment and Health. " 1 " Throughout this wide area fertile land is yet to be fiad afc- -: from a Northern standpoint VERY LOW PRICES, From. some of this land tsA made last year on Strawberries.. 5 : From Cantaloupes $250.00, - Peaches, Apples, Grapes, i return handsomely. - Cattle seed bnt little winter feed- I Write me for Faets and nrures. G. A. Park, General Immigration and-fatfustrial Agent V Louisville & Nashville -RR, - LOCisatE, kv. THIS1 GAAR FLATS. 1017-1019 Main Street. FOR RENT Five room ' flat, bath-; room, steam heat, 3rd, floor. Per month $22.00. FOR RENT Five room flat, bath room, steam heat, 3rd floor, back per month $15.00. FOR RENT Five room flat, bathi room, steam heat, 2nd floor, back.: per month $15.C0. " For further particulars address Miss Elizabeth Jones 828 Main, Home Phone LOST A subscription book for U. B.' church. Finder will please leave ii at Alfords Drug Store cor 9th and1 Main. 15-3t ' LOST A dark red cow. Phone 806H; 15-3t j LOST A pair of gold framed glasses between N. list street and the Garj field school , building. Return tor Superintendent Mott's office. 14-3t , 4 LOST Diamond sunburst broach find' er please return to 48 S. 7th street and receive liberal reward. Phone 1210. i 14-3t , tend!" g to his business. Heretofore phi siclans knew of no remedy for the r movalof so distressing and sodangorousl a malady. 'Vlth them it was all guess- work, and 1- learfullv warned thn unlisted that death was near at hand. Collinsonin unquestionably affords relief In such ' cases, and in most instances effects a cure." Golden Medical Discovery " so strongly and faithfully represents the active medi cinal principles residing in both Golden Seal and Stone root that It can be de pended upon to produce their, combined and best curative effects. Jf xdust not, however, be expected to perfdnanriiracles. Those who have abused thwfcelves by over-worlr. And thus Invited stnmnrh and ii'-'iu 1 wcuKneM must nut exprcii a cure from the "Golden Medical .Discovery" unless they reform their habits. They must let up on their strenuous labors and, tint. rvnr minx tViofi hrlnh' norvoa Ml muscles, tako rational exercise in the out-door air, and simple food and not too much of it never gormandizing or overloading the stomach. Get to sleep early and take plenty of rest In bed. With these improved habits of life the broken-down one may confidently ex pect relief and cure from the use of that great stomach, nerve .and heart tonic and invigorator, "Golden Medical Dlseovery." -".. It Is a trite saying that no man Is stronger than his stomach. 'Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens tho stomach puts it in shape to make pure, rich blood helps the liver and kidneys to expel the poisons from the body and thus cures both liver .and kid ney troubles. If you tako this natural blood purifier and tonic, Tdu will assist your system In manufacturing; oach day a pint of rich, red blood, that is invigo rating to the brain and nerves. Th weak, nervous, run-down, debilitated condition which so many people suffer from, Is usually the effect of poisons In tho hlrwvl . it. la ftfton 1 nH I- a fwi h rilmnla. or boils appearing on the skin, the face becomes thin and the feelings "blue." Dr. Pierce's ."Discovery" cures all blood" humors as well as being a tonic that , makes one vigorous, strong and forceful. ' It is the only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes that contains neither alcohol nor harmful drugs, and the only one, every fagredlenl of which has the professional endorse ment of the leading medical writers it this country. Some of these endorse mnla ara mililltthiwl fn s. littl Hnnlr n4 extracts from standard medical worki and will be sent to any address free, on receipt of reqi.est therefor by letter or postal card, addressed to Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. It tells Just what Doctor Pierce's medicines are made of. The " Words of Praise " for the several ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medi cines aro composed, by leaders in all the several schools of medical practice, and recommending them for the cure of the diseases for which the "Golden Medical Discovery" Js advised, should have far more weight with the sick and afflicted than any amount of the so-called "testi monials " so conspicuously flaunted before the public by those who are afraid to let the ingredients of which their medicines are composed be known. Bear in mind that the "Golden Medical Discovery " bas the badge of HOsmsTY on every bottle wrapper, in a full list of Its ingredients. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets- cure con stipation, invigorate the liver and regu late stomach and bowels. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, containing more than a thou sand large pages. Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21 stamps for the book In paper covers. Address Dr. B. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y, average, of $416.95, met. was' CentralBoutli