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The Richmond Palladium, . Monday, July 2, 1906.
Page three.! A Heavy Load to Carry. , Along with dyspepsia comes nervous ness and general ill-bealth. Why? Be cause a disordered stomach does not per mit the food to be properly digested, and Its products assimilated by the system. The blood is charged with poisons which come from this disordered digestion, and In turn the nerves are not fed on good, red blood, and we see symptoms of nerv ousness, sleeplessness and general break down. It 4s not head work, nor over phy sical exertion that does it, but poor stom ach work. With poor, thin Wood the body is not protected against the attack of germs of grip, bronchitis and consump tion. Fortify the body at once with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a rare combination of native medicinal roots without a particle of alcohol or dangerous habit-forming drugs, A little book of extracts, from proml hent medical authorities extolling every Ingredient contained in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will be mailed free to any address on request by postal rard or letter. Address Dr. Ii. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Many years of active practice convinced Dr. Pierce of tbe value of miioy.narirve toots as medicinal agents iwife went to great expense, both in time and in money, to perfect his own peculiar processes for rendering them both efficient and safe; for tonic, alterative and rebuilding agents. The enormous popularity of "Golden Medical Discovery " is due boUf ' to Its scientific compounding and to fco actual medicinal value of its ingredients. The publication of the names of the ingredl ents on the wrapper of everbottle sold, gives full assurance of its on-alcoholic character aud removes ajw objection to the use of an unknown orffecret remedy. It is not a patent ikediclle nor a secret one either, This faat pfts it in a clans all bj itself, bearing di Wopb upon every bottle wrapper The IiV'Ie of Honesty, in the full list of its Ingrt'Wfnts. Tbe "Golden Medical Discovery " cures, weak stomach, indigestion, or dyspepsia, torpid liver and biliousness, ulceration of stomach and bow les and all catarrhal af fections no matter what parts or organs may be affectod with it. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aro the original little liver pills, first put up 40 years ago. They regulate and invigorate, stomach, liver and bowels. Much imitated but never equaled. Bugar-coatod and easy to take us candy. Oan to three a dose. Kodak the children. Let Jiio children Kodak. By the Kodak system anyone May take and flnishXpictres. It's Day light all the way. Brownies (almost kldftks) SI to $9, Kodaks Y.. . . $5 to $105 , Kodak tanks, developers and all the sew things from tbe Kodak city. W. II. ROSS DRUG jZO. W. P. CLEAR! ....Th Fruit Mercfant.... 1029 MAIN HTKWT A full line of FriMtA'egetables, Candies, Cigars. Rbacco and Groceries. FREE DELIVERY. o o o o o o bo ooo o 0 o o o o o o o o Q 3 3 Q r3 CD CD o o o o o P OO.OAQ.QQQAOAaaPQ Q,Ql&Q AT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Gennett. Patrons of the Gennett, who have been without vaudeville for a week, owing to repairs about the building, and the use of the house for other pur poses, are . again reminded that a splendid program has been secured for this week and that it will open at the usual hour this afternoon to con tinue without a break. There will be the usual two performances at night, and owing to the extremely warm weather this will be found a very highly popular arrangement. There is a pleasing variety in the bill Offered this week, as it includes Jap anese wonder work, marvelous danc ing, illustrated songs, a novelty music al act, peerless juggling, comedy work, high grade vocal work and the latest motion , pictures. Vaudeville at the Phillips. Character changes, superior vocal work, pleasing conversational work, a bright little comedietta, illustrated songs, character comedy, a musical skit, motion pictures and a great deal of talking and singing are included in the vaudeville bill that is offered to patrons of the New Phillips this week, and which comes with the best of rec ommendations. Patrons of the house have been greatly pleased to find how comfortable it is possible to keep the house by the use of the eight electric fans that have been installed, so that the warmest of weather need not in terfere with the attendance in the least, nor has it done so. Indications are that the bill secured for this week will prove of a most pleasing nature. Balloon Ascension at Jackson Park July 4th at 4 P. M. by Prof. Brower successor to Prof. Baldwin. Special Fireworks In mid-air. ftichmond St. & Interurban Ry. Co. l-2t A Klcktnar Home. A kicking horse may be cured by ty ing one of his fore legs with a rope to the hind leg on the other side. Then, as soon as he commences to kick, he Jerks bis front leg off the ground itttii goes clown in a heap. Two or three doses of that kind will cure the worst case possible. Spiders. Spiders always come out of their holes shortly before a rain, being ad vised by their instinct that insects then fly low and are most easily taken. The Gnat'a Month. The gnat's mouth consists of a small lancet for piercing the skin. This in strument is inclosed in a delicate sheath, and beneath it there is a pump ing apparatus for drawing out the blood of tbe victim. The gnat is so small that the red corpuscles of .the blood would be too large for its sys tem, and it sucks only the serum. ooooooo OO ENGLISH ETCHINGS. Londoners use on an average thirty four gallons of water per head per day. A total of $3,670,000 is annually paid by the British people for the support of the royal family. i Last year's output of new snips in England (steam and sail) was 515. with a tonnage of 1,355,756. as against 403 ships In 1004, with a tonnage of 1,049, 800. At a recent political meeting in Eng land the speaker made a Jest and, find ing that his audience had missed the point of it, said playfully, "I had hoped, gentlemen, that you would laugh at that." A plaintive voice came through the silence, "I laughed, mister." Then everybody did. Of books published in England last year there were 8,252 of them 1,731 were novels. The works connected with education numbered 694, and of theological books there were 568. There were 540 historical and biograph ical works. Poetry and the drama fig ured not so largely. MODES OF THE MOMENT. The empire gown will be more popu lar than it was when introduced last autumn. Lace flounces are in the highest es teem for trimming gowns to be worn after dark. Velvet covered buttons are being used in quantity for all sorts of trim ming devices. - Black and white are to be much worn in the coming season, as they have been this winter. The new sleeves will be somewhat smaller than those of the past year. There will not be so much fullness at the elbow, and the gathers at the top will be more sparingly used. - Small our new hats are to be, wheth er we wear derbies, plateaus, sailors or other shapes. They are to be re deemed from insignificance by trim mings and especially by baudeaus cov ered with huge bows and feathers. New York Post. EDITORIAL FLINGS. Slowly but surely approaches the time for investigating society bridge whist. Duluth News-Tribune. There can be a constitutional amend ment for the regulation of divorce, but no constitutional amendment can pre vent foolish marriages. St. Louis Post Dispatch. The theatrical syndicate has decided to drop Shakespeare. That is the bard's punishment for forgetting to put a dou ble sextet and a leap for life into each of his plays. Baltimore Herald. The New York legislature wants to enact a law for the taxation of tax dodgers. This will add another tax to dodge. What the dodgers fear is en forcement of law, not legislation. Chi cago Record-Herald. A lunatic ' in the state hospital at Dannemora for life refuses to give permission for his safe deposit box to be opened. It is supposed to contain about $:;00,000. Hard to believe that man Is crazy. New York Telegram. OOOOOOOGOOO CREATOR 6 ' V. 0.3K ;CiTV iJ p- CLQLOJO Q CLOLOlP. O QJOQOl O OjOOO PLAYS AND PLAYERS." E. S. Willard is soon to return to England. Will Archie and Adele Cox are the midgets who impersonate "the babes" in "Babes In the Wood." Mazine Elliott is now appearing' with the added prestige of a London suc cess won both dramatically and so cially. Harrison Hunter of Viola Allen's company received news recently that he was the recipient, through his broth er's will, of $100,000. Charles Frobman has made arrange ments with Miss Maude Adams by which she has agreed to play the title role In "Peter Pan" for the next two years. Viola Allen said to an interviewer lately: 4,I know I should have done Just as Betty Singleton did every moment of the play. That speech before the curtain! I feel every word of it, and I know how she felt it." Electricity has done marvels in stage presentations of latter years, but it is doubtful if this powerful force has ever been utilized more effectively than it is in "At the World's Mercy." a new and powerful play by Owen Davis. While in St. Louis recently Dorothy Sherrod, leading lady for Tim Murphy, bought six sample dresses of a Paris firm who had exhibited them at the world's fair. She will wear tht in a new production Mr. Murphy has in view. FACTS FROM FRANCE. The president of France receives a salary of $120,000 per year. He Is, be sides, entitled to a private car and all his expenses. The cabinetmakers of France are artists, but they keep reproducing year after year the style which their fore fathers have made for centuries. Having been married In 1882, at the age of sixteen, the wife of a mechanic at the French arsenal in Rochefort re cently gave birth to her twenty-third child. Paris taxameter cabs are to be fitted with small electric lamps, which will be at the service of the passenger up on slipping a small coin in a slot. Tbe light will glow for about half an hour for each coin. A Paris flat owner has hit upon an idea which is popular with his tenants. On the door of every apartment is a number, and on the first of each month the landlord draws a lottery, and the occupant of the flat the number of which proves to be the winning one pays no rent. The Reed. The red, mentioned in several places in tbe Bible as a measure, was six cubits, or ten feet eleven inches. Beef. Beef is the most nutritious of all ani mal foods and can be eaten longer con tinuously than any other kind of meat, resembling rice and bread in this re spect. Fresh beef is almost completely digested mor completely than milk Is by an adult. oooo ooo o o o o "THE UNCROWNED QUEEN. Mary Eliza Betsy Smith Thought woman's rights were not a myth, Her life ha only Just begun ; She'd reached the age of twenty-one. She would not marry no. not ahet She'd rather independency. She said that love was balderdash; But. being very short of cash And having no old rich relation. She had to take a situation. A dry goods store she first essayed. V Although 6he rather balked at trade. Here she was treated like a slave - Until she'd one foot in the grave. She gave that up and blossomed forth . In something fitted for her worth .. Companion to a lady, then. With salary increased to ten! Ah. this was really very good! She'd lots of cash and lots of food But here again 'twas very plain She'd heaps of reason to complain. For, ever at her mistress' call. She really was no one at all. Maybe above the servant maid. But that was all that could be said. One day she woke up to the fact That there Was something still she lacked To gain the liberty she craved If woman's rights were to be saved. Her trammels quickly oft she shook And straightway took a place as cook. And now it is her vaunted boast She rules the mistress, house and roast; She bosses all, and that's the pith Of woman's rights, says Mary Smith. La Touche Hancock in New York Press. Lady (to nevr cook) But, , Mary, what's the matter? What have you got that veil on for? Cook Sure, ma'am, I don't want to have my complexion spoiled while I'm cooking. Fllegende Blatter. Could Stand Another. A commercial traveler tells the fol lowing of a little social gathering in eastern Ontario: "Dinner was a little late. A guest asked the hostess to play something. Seating herself at the piano, the good woman executed a Chopin nocturne with precision. She finished, and there was still an interval of waiting to be bridged. In the grim silence she turned to an oldgentleman on her right and said, 'Would yjujikea sonata before dinner?' He gqve a blUll'-ofr-curprise and pleasure. 'Why, yes, thanks!' he said. 'I had a couple on my way here, but I think I could stand another.' " Violin.. Violins are very susceptible to changes of the weather, The strings of a violin always become more taut and thus give a sharper tone when a storm is coming on. ooo oo oooooo aaaQ.Q.d.aO.O.Q . I. Ill 3J To Save Her Face. THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. G .M JRRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF JULY 2ND. DAILY at 3 and 8:15 P. Ni. A MISS GRAYCE MILLER, Overture. B Harriet M. Shad. Character Changes. C Geo. W. Allen & Detmal-Elorta Superior Vocalists, Pledging Con versationalists, in ydeir bright little corned etta en tiffed. "A Wife's Victory D Miss Lena ThomA&on. Illustrated Son. E Gordon Iririd. Character Cciedian. F 2 Grace A FunnyiHTd and Big Man. G Chas. Gar? Man Who Talks and Sings. H McBell &. Corbley Comedy Character Musical Skit. I -The Philoscope. "Choosing a Servant." "Troubles of a Fireman." "Mrs. Brown's Hard Luck." GENNETT THEATR VAUDEVILLE. IRA SWISHER, Mana WEEK OF JULY 2ND. Oaily 3, 8 and 9:20 ir m. PROF. GUS TRED Overture, SUNETARO & CO. Japanese Wonder HERBER The Da EDDIE L Novelty jor. ERNEST K. Illustrate Songs. DELL & FONDA. Peerless Club Juggling Duo. MELROY TRIO. Comedians, Vocalists and Dancers. THE GENOSCOPE. The latest Motion Pictures. Richmond Tea, Cofftt & I iGrocer y Co, Country Butter. ...Sc Rose of Sharon Fvkes 10c MM ii ii ii s . . 10c ii tring Beans. . .. i 10c New Ifotaties and 35c peck Masch Kfs ...50c J ealloryApples 25c oooooooo oo o I I ff . ... T & ROGVRS. ncing Mfvels. 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