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The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, January 20, 1907. Whose Say-so is Best? With nearly all medicines put up for sale through druggist., one has to take the maker's say-so alone as to their Cura tive value. Ot course, such testimony is not that of a disinterested party and accordingly is not to be given the same credit as if written from disinterested motives. Dr. Pierce's medicines, how ever, form a sinffle and therefore striking exception to this rule. Their claims to the confidence of invalids does not rest solely- upon their makers gay -so or prai-M. Their ingredients are matters of public knowledge, being printed on each separate bottle wrapper. Thus invalid sufferers are taken into Dr. Pierce's full confidence. Scores of leading medical men have written enough to till volumes in praise of the curative value of the several Ingredients entering into these well-known medicines. Amontrst these writer we find such med ical lights as Prof. Finley Ellingwood. M. If.. of Bennet Medical College. Chicago: Prof. Hale, of the same city; Prof. John M. Soun der. M. D.. late of Cincinnati. Ohio; Prof. John King. M. D.. late of Cincinnati. Ohio: Dr. tirover Coe. of New York: fr. Hartho low. of Jefferson Medical College, of I'a.. and scores of others i-iually eminent. Ur. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cure the wortt raws of female weakness, prolap us.anteversion and retroversion and correct Irregularities. c-ure painful periods, dries up disiwreeable and weakening drains, some times known as pelvic catarrh and a multi tude of other diseases peculiar to women. Bear In mind, it Is not a patent nor even a aerret medicine, but the "Favorite Prescrip tion" of a resrularly educated physician, of large experience In the cure of woman's peculiar ailments, who frankly and confid ingly takes his patients into his full con fidence by telling them just what his "Pre scription " is eom posed of. Of no other medi cine put up for woman's special maladies and sold through druggists, can it le said that the maker is not afraid to deal thus frankly, openly and honorably, by letting every patient 11-lng the same k'now exactly what she is taking. Stck women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond ence is guarded as sacredly secret and womanly confidences are protected by frofessional privacy. Address Dr. II. V. ferce, Buffalo. N.'Y. How to preserve health and beauty is told in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Med ical Advisor. Jt is free. For a paper covered copy send Dr. H. V. Pierce, Buf falo. N. Y.. 21 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only ; in cloth binding 31 stamps. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation. GRIM DEATH CAME WITHOUT WARNING IN AWFUL MANNER (Continued from Page One. ) train, but his vi.v occupied the pri vate car. 3Ira. SchafT was not injured. The train dispatcher, knowing that the dense fog would prevent the train men seeing the block signal, went out side and waved his lantern frantically and fired at least a half dozen shots from his rovrlvcr. but the train went thundering by and a moment later the rash came. . The firemen of both trains were kill ed Instantly, but the engineers escap ed by jumping. The report of the collision was heard all over the town. Fire bells and whistles called the people to the aid of the injured. Immediately fol lowing tb crash the wreckage caught fir? and some bodies were burned be fore they could be extricated from the hu?n3. The heat of the burning cars was so intense that rescuers could not get near enough to help. One man who was pleadingiteous y for aid was pinned under a car seat. He was rescued when the flames were within six feet of him. Another man was thrown out of the window of the 6moker into a ditch. These were the only passengers rescued from the smoker. The killed include men, wo men and children, and all that could be seen at daybreak was the smoler Ing skeletons of human bodies and the wreckage. Coroner Comloy at once took charge and the prosecuting atlorney will as sist the coroner in an investigation of the wrer-! BANK IS INCORPORATED First National at Williamsburg Has a Capital Stock of $25,000, Sub scribed by Citizens. Articles of incorporation of the First National bank of Williamsburg have been filed with the secretary of state. The capital stock is $25,000, most of which was subscribed by citizens of Williamsburg. The incorporators are William Lewis, Asher Pearce, Milo Cranor, Frank Oler of Williamsbur and Frank M. Taylor of Richmond. Every Heart Beat Forces about S ounces of blood oi:t of the heart, and sends it .:nir through the veins to ;:mtcst part of the body. - ihe amount required by : to nourish and sustain ';ody. Every ounce less t in this means a shortage in nature's supply of building-up material. A weak heart cannot meet this demand, and conse quently you suffer. If your heart skips a beat, or flutters, palpitates, pains j'ou, or yon have shortness of breath, you may be sure that the heart is working- imperfectly. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will strengthen the heart muscles and nerves. "I had been a great sufferer for 15 years. At the. time I commenced taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I had been confined to my bed for four month. I had frwquent sinking spells, sometimes as many as three in a day. durina- which my heart would seem to atop beating-, necessitating- the call S of a pfayatcian to resuscitate me. Before flnJhiriir the flr!t bottle the Inking spells had ceased, and I took altpgether five botUes for a complete cure. I now enjoy perfect health, and am very grateful for this wonderful medicine, for It Is the. means of my being: with my family now." REBECCA BEXN'ET, 161t Tandes St.. Indianapolis. Ind. Or. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by your c"rugglt. who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Indi PRESIDENT PAYS TRIBUTE TO LEE Asks that Great Educational Be Established as Monu ment to His Deeds. HIS SKILL AS A GENERAL GREAT SOLDIER LEFT COUNTRY A MEMORY OF HIGH LEADER SHIP AND SERENE GREATNESS OF SOfUL. Publishers' Press. Washington, Jan. 19. The centen ary anniversary of the birth of Rob ert E. Lee was elaborately celebrated tonight at the New Willard. under the auspices of the local representatives of southern societies and in the pres ence of a distinguished audience. The decorations included the inter mingling of the Stars and stripes and the stars and bars. The Marine band was present by direction of the secretary of navy. Hon. Hilary Hubert, presided and addresses were delivered by Senator Herry of Arkansas; Associate Justice lirewer and Representative John Sharp Williams. President Roosevelt was unable to attend, but sent a letter paying a high tribute to the character and public life of General Lee, in which he said among other things: "I hope that you will take advan tage of the 100th anniversary of the generals birth by appealing to all our people, in every section of the coun try, to commemorate his life and deeds by the establishment at some great educational institution of the south of a permanent memorial, that will serve the youth of coming years, as he, in the closing years of his life, served those who so sorely needed what he so freely gave." In touching upon the career of the great commander he said: "General Lee has left us a memory not merely of his extraordinary skill as a general, his dauntless courage and high leadership in campaign and battle, but also of that serene great ness of soul characteristic of those who most readily recognized the ob ligations of civic duty. "Once the war was over he instant- ' ly undertook the task of healing and ; binding up the wounds of his country- j nifii in nm inie siuiii oi i nose wno feel malice toward none and charity toward all; in that spirit from which the throes of the Civil war brought forth the real and indissoluble union of today." HEIR TO SMALL ESTATE Mrs. James Littleton of 14 Vs Fort Wayne avenue has just received word that she will inherit the estate of an uncle, William Newman, who died some months ago in England. The attorneys discovered her whereabouts through some old English friends, who are now living in this country, and with whom she has kept up a correspondence. There are a number of claims against the estate in the way of taxes and attorneys fees. Af ter these are paid Mrs. Littleton will receive about $2,000. Mrs. Littleton was born in Summersetshire, Bath England sixty years ago. Her hus band, who was a miller by trade died in this city in 1902. MAKES QUARTERLY REPORT County Health Officer Marvel ports 235 Births for the Past Three Months. Re In his quarterly report to the state health officers, in Indianapolis, Dr. Marvel showed that during the months of October, November and December there were 235 births in the county, 115 male and 120 female. 114 of the males born were of white parentage; 1 of black. 117 white females were born and 4 colored. During tne quarter izi marriages were solemnized. 119 of these were white, while the remaining five were black. A COMEDIAN, THOUGH SICK Ollie Trumbull Writes From a Sick Bed, Joking. His Mother About His Appearance. Centerville. Jan. 19. (Spl.) Ollie Trumbull, comedian of the Murray & Mack company sustains his ruling passion for the comic role under ad verse circumstances. "When writing to his mother at Centerville he said: "My nurse allows me to write but a few lines and I can only open one eye. The enclosed picture of a man with a swelled face looks a little like me, only I look ten times worse than he does.'' Now in New Mexico. Centerville, Ind., Jan. 19. (Spl.) Mrs. Frances Trumbull DeXoe who is with the Murray and Mack comedy company in a letter just received by Mrs. Trumbull, says that they are playing at Albuquerque, New Mexico to crowded houses. Lunar Eclipse Soon. A lunar eclipse is on the bills for the early hours of the morning of Jan uary 29. The eclipse, which will on ly be partial will begin shortly after 45, NEW CARS DESTROYED FIRE AT PULLMAN PLANT Youngster Watching the Blaze is Run Down by an Express Train on the Pennsylvania Property Loss Was Half a Million. IPublishers Press.l Wilmington, Del., Jan. ID. Fire early this evening licked up 43 newly finished Pullman cars and resulted in the death of one boy, and causing a property loss of upward of $500,000. The Pullman plant here is second in size of the Pullman plants through out the country. The fire tonight consumed one of the largest buildings and only the most desperate work on the part of the firemen saved the en tire ten acres of shops with their 150 cars from destruction. Superintendent Cannon says the fire originated in a subsidiary paint room and was in all probability due to spon taneous combustion. Gas tanks aboard the burning cars exploded while the flames were at their height, but as far as known no one was in jured by them. The boy who lost his life was run down by an express train while watch ing the flames from the elevated struc ture of the Pennsylvania, which pass es the Pullman plant. It was the largest fire Wilmington has had for ten years, and the second time the Pullman plant has been destroyed within that period. COUNTRY CLUB IMPROVED Will Have a Model Home When Work is Completed A new System of Lighting. The improvements on the Country club have almost been completed and when finished the club will have one of the most beautiful homes in Rich niond or the vicinity. The rooms have been redecorated and repapered while the house has been painted. A complete new lighting system has been installed, the power being fur nished by the Light, Heat and Power company, such facilities having form- oily been furnished by the Richmond Street and Interurban company. VISITS GARFIELD SCHOOL In order to sscure certain informa tion concerning the methods in vogue in manual training at the Garfield school, Harry L. Boyd of Dublin, who is to have charge of the manual train ing at Homecroft, paid n visit to the first named institution one day last week and made a thorough investiga tion. He procured considerable val uable information. MURDERER'S TITLED SISTER VISITS Countess of Yarmouth Sees Her Brother, Harry Thaw in Old Tombs Prison. HE SHOUTS FOND GREETING THEY EMBRACE ONE ANOTHER AS BEST THEY CAN AND SHE BESTOWS A KISS ON THE PRIS ONER. Publishers Press ! New York, Jan. 19. With trie meet ing of the Countess of Yarmouth and her brother, Harry Thaw, in the grim corridore of the Tombs prison, the Thaw family is again united. Harry Thaw goes to his trial next week for the murder of Stanford White, com forted by the fact that all the mem bers of his family will be with him during the ordeal. The visit of his titled sisted cheered Thaw immense ly and his spirits, which have been morose of late, were brighter. Dressed in plain black, heavy veiled and looking not at all like the wife of the owner of one of the oldest titles in England, the Countess of Yar mouth visited her brother for the first time today. The countess - arrived yesterday from Europe. She was ac companied by her mother and sister-in-law. " The prisoner had been staonding at the door of his cell, his face pressed against the bars for an hour, waiting for them. When he finally caught sight of his sister his face lightened up and he shouted a fond greeting. She rushed ahead of the others to the cell and kissed him through the bars. They embraced as best they could with the bars between them and commenced to talk at the same time. The mother and wife looked on at the meeting with tears in their eyes. The visitors stayed the limit allow ed by the regulations. When they returned to the matrons room where they were again searched, they were all wiping their eyes. LINGENFELTER FUNERAL Services to Be Held in the Church at Centerville Afternoon. Christian This Centerville, Ind., Jan. 19. (Spl.) The funeral of Samuel Lingenfelter, whose tragic death occurred in the railroad wreck at Millville on Friday morning, will be held at;he Christian church at Centerville on Sunday after noon, at two o'clock. The Rev. E. B. Westhafer will conduct the servic es. The Centerville Knights of Pyth ias will attend in a body. The burial will be at Crown Hill cemetery. HIM Order a. case of Richmond Export Beer tomorrow and test its qualities yourself KiflffiKsIk. (SflsissalFaGdl Adls, WANTED. WANTED Girl for general house work. 206 North Ninth street. 20-Zl WANTED Position as farm hand: 16 years experience on farm. .Mar ried, steady, sober, reliable. Ad dress Geo. Wessel, R. R. No. 7. 20-3 WANTED An elderly lady for com panion on account, sickness. Good i pay. John M. Sanders, 208 Central J Ave. 19-at. WANTED Experienced girl for j housework. Good wages. S6 South j 19th street. Phone 3T1. 19-2t. WANTED A. washwoman, 21S North ISth street. l9-3t WANTED By young colored boy 19 years of age, a position as house man. Reliable and experienced. Can give references. Call at 402 South Sixth street. lS-3t WANTED Your carpets and rugs to clean after Feb. 1. Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phones: Home 127S; Bell 496-W. ' 17-tl4 WANTED 200 wood choppers for chopping 4 ft. hard wood at $1.15 per cord. Steady work during the year. Board $3.50 per week. Good men make $2.50 per Jay Take Grand Rapids & Indiana Railway to Simons or Westwood, Michigan. Antrim Iron Co., Mancelona, Mich. 14-tf. FOR SALE. RlchiOcnd property a epecl<j. HIS WIFE HAS RELENTED Mrs. Perry Cheak Will Not Prosecute Husband for Desterting Her Pays Him Visit in Jail. It is now not likely that Ferry Cheak, who left his better half be cause of his infatuation for Ida May Tulle, a notorious police character, will not be prosecuted on a charge of wife desertion. Cheak is now in jail with a $10 fine, and a ten days sen tence staring him in the face. Mrs. Cheak was at first determined to pro secute him on the desertion charge just as soon as his time expired but after paying him a visit at the bas tile has changed her mind. She is willing to drop the matter if he will consent to be a dutiful husband in the future. It is expected that v Mrs. Cheak's father will pay her husband's fine as soon as he has served: the days. TO I. I -A.. Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Aiwavs Bought Use artificial gas lor light and heat 10-tf 3l IS Portcrfleld. Ksliy Block. Phon 32 FOR SALE Good road cart. Inquire at 401 South Eleventh street. 20-3t j FOR SALE A desirable 7-room house J plenty of fruit and stable. Address j M. L. M., Palladium. 20-2t i 1 FOR SALE Complete butcher outfit. ! Call 1132 Main street. 19-tf. I ! FOR SALE Single comb, brown Leh horn cockerels, Wittman-Morris pullet lines, none better. O. C. Hoover, Hagerstown, Ind. 17-7t FOR SALE 1200 shares of Tina II. Gold Mining Co., stock. Mines lo cated in Curry County, Oregon. Ad dress J. O. Weicstrom, Millers, Ne vada. 12-20t. FOR SALE The counter nd targe wall show cases froin Hirst's jewel ry store, for sale at C. B. Hunt's storage room, over grocery, C03 Main street. 23-tf Everybody buys property from Woodhursu 913 Main St Telephona 491. JuneS tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, light, beat and bath, 32 North 10th street. 15-Ct. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, elec tric light, steam heat, for geo'lemen only, at the Grand. 14-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat and bath, 30 North 12th street. 16-7t FOR RENT Furnished room in de sirable location; all modern con veniences: reference exchanged. Address "W", Palladium office. 16-7t LOST. LOST A garnet breast pin on North 9th or Main. Return to Arlington hotel and receive liberal reward, 19-3t LOST A double strand of gold beads, between Sth and 10th on Main. Re turn to Richmond Shoe Co. 19-3t LOST A stick pin set in amethyst and pearl. Return to Palladium of fice and receive reward. LOST Chatelaine pin. 505 North 16th street. Return to lS-3t PERSONAL. WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED Matrimonial paper containing ad vertisements of marriageable peo ple, many rich, from all sections of the United States and Canada, mailed free. J. L. Gunnels, Toledo, Ohio. 11-sun-SL - If you are going to Buy or Trade for a Farm and get it by March 1st and get settled, you had bet 1 tCr Hui J 7N ter see the Bargains.. .Al. H. t at I unt has. Call and see him orth 9th St. and overwrought nerves no tonic is so good as the relief which comes from the perfect digestion and health which are imparted by the daily use of vhich feeds the nerves, enriches the blood, stimulates the digestion, rests the overworked brain and induces restful sleep. American Dry Cleaning Company 1129 E. Main St. Merchants' Deiivery Headquarters llifr's Store Phone 723 n I How Delicious That HOT CHOCOLATE is at Greek Candy Store. It's just like all their Chocolate Candies They are so good ! M CABINET MAKER AND REPAIRER. Make your old brcken furniture like new ,and make new if you want It. S. A. L0TT. 9 South 6th. Phone 1219 t DR. HAMILTON t DEWTDST. 126 North Tenth St. Moore &Ocborn Write Fire and Tornado Insur ance. We will bond you. Leans from $100 to $2,500. Phone Home 1589, Bell 53 R. ROOM 16 I. O. O. F. BUILDING. Palladium Want Ads Pay. 2 4 o'clock and pass away at daylight.