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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, TUESDAY .MARCH I, 190S.
PAGE FIVE. LET ME KILL THOSE DEADLY DISEASE GERMS BEFORE THEY KILL YOU I Will Give a Course of Treatment Absolutely Free to the First One Thousand Persons Who Write Me. to Prove What I Can Do. I PIT OXYGEN INTO YOUR STOMACH To Purify Your Blood and Destroy the Germs of Disease That Prey Upon Your Life, I Put Artificial Nerve Force Into Your Nerves and Brain To Give You Strength and Power I Treat You With My Marvelous Psy-Phy Treatment, Too, the Most Pow erful Healing Agency Known to Man. I HAVE CURED WHERE OTHERS HAVE FAILED My Experience in the Treatment of Chronic Diseases Has Been Extensive and Varied I Have Been in General Practice Since 1880, a United States Pension Examiner for a Number of Years, Health Officer and Member of Municipal Board of Health and President Of County Medical Society. I WILL GIVE YOU A COURSE OF TREATMENT Without One Cent of Pay All It Costs You Is a Two-Cent Stamp A Letter Dropped in. the Mail Box Today Brings You This Wonderful Free Course of Treatment Tomorrow It Is Truly Astonishing How Quickly and Surely This Remarkable Treatment Will Ov ercome Deep-Seated Kidney, Liver, Stomach and Lung Troubles and Other Dangerous Diseases Let Me Give You the Proof Free. My treatment is not. a patent med icine or a cure -all, but it is a treatment that will be prescribed especially for your particular case after a careful di agnosis of your condition. Tnie, it will contain oxgen to kill deadly perms that infest your blood mid tissues. Oxygen is the life of your blood. It gives vitality to the red blood corpuscles, and fills you with vim and vigor, but it is death to bac teria and disease germs. My treatment will contain artificial nerve force, which Is the nearest ap proach to natural living nerve force, that has ever been discovered. it is truly marvelous how this artificial nerve force takes the place of the nat ural nerve force, and gives you wonder ful strength and power. My treat ment will also contain special reme dies carefully prescribed to suit your particular condition. I also use a marvelous Psy-l'hy Torce. which I believe is the most won derful healing power known to man. This mighty unseen force of such tre mendous potency is a Divine gift with in t lie reach of all, and in years past ptjliple. who accidentally stumbled on it and employed it worn regarded as priv ileged by the Creator and their power uas considered supernatural, because It could not be explained, and yet. this great power, mighty as it is, is abso lutely harmless, incapable of produc ing injury, a sleeping giant that re quires but little effort to make it. your fdave. The fabled Genii of Aladdin's wonderful lamp possessed a power which I believe was scarcely greater than that which I can reveal to you. Doctors in great universities of France and Germany have taken up the study of this mysterious force. Phi losophers and metaphysicians have been compelled to admit that they can iiot fathom its secrets. You may at tribute it to rehabilitation of nerve fore, re-establishment of vital mag netic energy, psychic power or what you will the fact remains that patients In utter despair have claimed that they have been restored to health by this wonderful treatment when all other things failed. Mrs. N. V". Bowden. of New Bern, K. C, ays: " One year ago I -was in a dying condition. Three doctors had given me up to die. I tried Force of Life and today I am a well woman. I thank God for the day that treatment was sent to me. Here is also a letter from Mrs. Hannah Peters, of Harris burg, Pa., you may read it for your self. Mrs. Peters says: '"I thank our lleavenly Father for guiding me to you, and for the good health you have restored to me. I would have been in my grave had it not been for you. Your treatment has certainly cured me com pletely." Then take the case of Mr. Hyatt. Here was a man who had fone from doctor to doctor; finally he 604-60$ Main George W. Mouse Cleaning Specials ALL THIS WEEK. Carpel Beaters, Mops, Brooms, Buckets, Scrub Brushes. EXTRA Stfpn Ladders gain here this week from 10c a foot to decided to try Force of Life. United States Commissioner Uidgeway, who spent over three months investigating Force of Life treatment, says in regard to Mr. Hyatt, that his case showed an instance of remarkable recovery "Raised, as it were, from the grave." In my varied experience in treating chronic diseases I have had every op portunity to study various methods and kinds of treatment, and 1 can honestly and conscientiously tell you that 1 have never seen any treatment which. I believe compares with the treatment which 1 am in position to offer ou. I know this is a strong statement, but I do not feel that it is one word stronger than the absolute truth. I have held many positions of hon or and trust, and 1 could not. afford to make you a single promise that I am not in a position to fulfill, or to tell you anything which - ulrt be untrue. 1 do not ask you 1 xend me one cent of money; merely rite ine giv ing your name and address, and stat ing the leading symptoms of your trouble, and your ase will be diag nosed and I will prescribe for you a special course of treatment. I will send you this course of treatment without one cent, of pay. There are absolutely no conditions attached to t his offer. It' your letter is received today your treatment will tie sent to morrow. This offer is good only to the first one thousand persons who write me. It. will cost a great, deal of money to give these free courses of treatment, but I want to prove to the sick and afflicted in every city and locality in this country, that, at last we have a treatment, which is absolutely sure and certain in its effects. N'o matter what your disease; no matter what treatment you have tried I want you to write to me. If I think that 1 cannot cure you. 1 will frankly tell you so, but do not. hesitate bo cause your case has been pronounced incurable. I hold in my hand a bundle of letters from people who say they have been restored to health by my treatment after doctors had given them up to die. If you wish to try my free course of treatment I advise you to sit down and write me today. If you don't wish to try my treatment, write me any way, and I will send you a thor ough diagnosis of your case and ex plain to you in detail just what I think this treatment should do for you. I will also give you full information in regard to marvelous Psy Phy Force, or if you wish I will send you a course of treatment absolutely free and let you take it under the direction of your own family physician: so that there may be absolutely no doubt as to the exact cause of the astonishing results which I feel positive it will produce. Address your letter to G. E. Coutant, M. P., Suite t7l Syracuse N. Y. Deuker 604-608 Main SPECIAL. Do you one at a need real bar- all the way til IP - - Jj SOCIAL NEWS! t - 5? To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121, or Bell Phone 21. , x Mr. Gilbert Tharp was delightfully surprised by a -number of oung friends at his home north of Williams burg. Tii evening was spent in var ious amusements. An cP-cant three course luncheon was served. The guests were; Misses Grace- Dennis, Maude Martin. Virgie Moser. Clara Moser. Bonnie Lot'. Minnie Ahaus, Clara. Vossler and Carrie Tharp; Mes srs. Gilbert Tharp. Robert Elliott, Tony Smith, Carl Cutter, Russell . Wh inger, Harry Creiger and Everett Lott. .j Quite a number of Richmond people received invitations today which read as follows: Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph R. Milliken invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Lillian A. to Mr. Clarence Truman Burgess Thursday evening, April the ninth nineteen hundred and eight at half after six o'clock Number KJO South Eleventh street Richmond. Indiana At Home Alter the First of .June, Mount Sterling, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Aufderheide entertained, last evening with a hand somely appointed bridal dinner at iheir spacious home on North Merid ian street in honor of their daughter, Miss May Aufderheide, and Mr. Thomas Millikan Kaufman of Rich mond, whose marriage takes place to morrow evening. The floral appoint ments for the dinner were carried out in lavender, the wedding color. The long table was set with its dinner serv ice of silver and cut glass and for the centerpiece was a huge basket filled wit It lavender sweet peas. At each place were individual silver candle holders lighted with the lavender tapers and capped with violet flower shades. The name cards were hand painted in sweet ieas and the favors for the young women were corsage bouquets of lavender sweet peas and for the men were boutoniercs of the sweet peas. The ices and cakes were decorated with clusters of the peas. The bride presented her attendants with wedding gifts of hand-wrought jeweled rings, set with pearls, rubies and amethyst. At, the conclusion of the dinner the silver loving cup was passed and the guests drank to the health of the bride and bridegroom-to-be. The. guests seated with Mr. and Mrs. Aufderheide, Miss Aufderheide and Mr. Kaufman, were Miss Charlotte Dunn of Rochester. X. Y., Miss Mar guerite Pickens, who will be attend ants at the wedding, and Miss Virginia Pickens, Miss Helen Hubbard. Mr. Alph Duggan, Mr. Fritz Schmidt. Mr. Hugh Ivove and Mr. Rudolph Aufder heide. Indianapolis News. je The Ladies' Musical Study club met this morning in the Starr Piano Par lors. "Women Composers" was the subject given by Mrs. Marvel and Miss Besselman. Beautiful musical num bers illustrating the work of the great women composers were given by Mrs. Guy McCabe, Miss Mildred Schalk. Lueile, Townsend, Mrs. Wag goner, Ruth Peltz, Mrs. Krone, Miss Josephine Cates and Miss Karolyn Karl. The next meeting will be in two weeks. April seventh. The subject as given in the year book is "A Morning with Elgar," by Mrs. Earhart and Mrs. Morrisson. J J The Ticknor club met yesterday aft ernoon with Mrs. John Shroyer of South Sixteenth street. "Candiva" a comedy, was begun yesterday by 1he members and they will finish the reading of this work next Monday. There was a good attendance. Mrs. .Tudson Rupe will entertain the club next Monday. . J , There will be a reception at the First M. E. church on East Main street, this evening, for the new mem bers of that, congregation. A special program has been prepared. All members are invited to attend. .S Miss Marie Kaufman and Miss Ma rie Campbell, left this morning for In dianapolis, where they will be in et tendance at a luncheon this afternoon, given in honor of Miss May Aufder heide. 5 8 Miss Florence Davenport who at tends school near -Boston. , Massachu setts, will not return home for spring vacation but will visit at Xew York City and several Eastern points. t 4 4 r t, The Spring Grove sewing circle, is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. En glebrecht of Spring Grove. The hostess for the Martha Wash ington society, which meets tomorrow is Mrs. Fred Hasemeier. '2-7 Xorth Eighteenth street. The Women's relief corps will meet Thursday afternoon at the G. A. R. hall. All the members are urged to attend. . Several hostesses are making prepa rations for Easter spring luncheons. They will be quiet affairs on aciount of lent. . Mr. .lustin Le Roy Harris, the direc tor of the First M. K. church choir, is making preparations for the annual concert of that organizr.t ion to be civ en Sunday. March twenty-ninth at 't,c church on Kact Main street . The con cert given last year was quite s-ncc?-t'ul in every way and the cotniug event pronii.-cs just as much in a musical wa . , . Miss Katharine Moelk and Mrs. George Manning, will Ir;iv tomorrow for Iafayotte. They will visit Ms MoolU's brother .Julius, who amnd Purdue uni ersity. Immediately after Easter is a vpry good time to hold church fairs. Noth- :XS.. iug is more attractive than pretty booths. Many of the churches are now making preparations for fairs to be given after Easter. The Easter idea will be carried out iu all the dec orat ions. . Mrs. W. A. A'.ford entertained the members of a card club lasr evening at her home in the Wayne Flats. The club meets every two weeks. , The Wednesday duplicate wnist club will meet tomorrow afternoon at one o'clock, with Mr. W. W. Schultz, at 32 South Eleventh street. . The Merry Go Round club will moot- Thursday evening with Mrs. Will of South Fourth street. JS St Tile dance and smoker given night at tile Country Club bouse a charming affair. Dancing was Fry last was en- joyed until a late hour. A luncheon was served. The next social event for the club will be on April seventh. It will be an afternoon at bridge whist. Jt Si The Occult Research society is making preparations for an evening meeting to be held in the near future. .4 All the members of the Knights and Ladies of Honor, with iheir families, are invited to attend a box social to be given at their hall, Wednesday, March Twenty-fifth. , The Tuesday afternoon euchre club is meeting this afternoon. The Ivy club is meeting this after noon with Mrs. George Scott of South Eighth street. The Magazine club was entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Charles Kidder of North Thirteenth street. Roll call was responded to with spring quotations. Mrs. Joseph Zeller and Mrs. Paige were the readers. They read very charming magazine articles. The guest of the club was Mrs. Harry Weber of Ft. Wayne. The next meet ing will be Monday with Mrs. Paige, of Xorth Twelfth street. J The Criterion club met yesterday af ternoon with Mrs. John Wood hurst. 10 North Twelfth street. Roll call was responded to by current events. The hours were spent at. needlework. A discussion of the next, year's work was lead by the president. A program committee composed of the following members was appointed: Mrs. W. A, Crawford, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Jessup. Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Sherer. The club will give a banquet to their families some time in May. The entertain ment committee is Mrs. Grose. Mrs. Ha,ty, Mrs. Penny, and Mrs. Wood hurst. These women will make all needful arrangements for the affair. The next, meeting will be in two weeks, with Mrs. Guy Duval). .",10 North Fif teenth street. Greatest spring tonic, drives out all impurities. Makes the blood rich. Fills you with warm, tingling life. Most re liable spring regulator. That's Hollis ter's Rooky Mountain Tea. 3,rc, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. THE CITY IN BRIEF lena B. Rohe announces the Milli nery opening Thursday, March 1'fith. All are invited. 21-:!t Mrs. Van Sant. announces the dis play of her millinery store Thursday evening, this week. The ladies are in vited. X. Sth street. 24-3t Miss Lena I!. Rohe wishes the at tendance of all the Richmond ladies at her opening, Thursday, March 26:h, Main street. 1'4-Ct Opening and Display of Millinery at Mrs. Porter's. Westcott. Hotel, Thursday. Friday and Saturday. 24-2t Millinery opening and Display of Pattern Hats at. Mrs. Porter's, West cot t Hotel, Thursday, Friday and Sat urday. 24-2t Millinery opening and Display of Pattern Hats at Mrs. Poiier's, West cot t Hotel, Thursday, Friday and S;it urday. 24-2t Miss Porter wishes to announce her millinery opening Thursday, "Friday and Saturday, at Westeott Hotel. 21-2t Four flours in one! Biscuit flour Pastry flour Cake flour Bread flour All are made into one in Gold Medal Flour. It has been carefully milled by Washburn-Crosby Co. Gold Medal Flour For Sale by Grocers CoioMEOuFiouj, THURSDAY Opening and Display of Pattern Hats. LORA NOLDER, 39 North 8th St. Spring Styles Ladies' Belts Leather Elastic Silk Novelty Webs. Open for. Your Inspection. Tuck Combs Side Combs Fancy Back Combs DUEL TO DEATH FOUGHT IN WEST Dozen Shots Fired in Mortal Combat. Gillette, W yo., March 21. In a duel to the death, on the plains sixty miles south of here between former bosom friends, A. P. Furrier was shot and hilled by Ioonard I!. Nicholson after nearly a dozen shots had been ex changed. The slayer immediately walked to the nearest telephone and, after notifying the authorities at New Castle, Gillette and Douglas disap peared. He stated over the telephone that he would go at once to Douglas ami give himself up. It. coaxes back that well feeling, healthy look, puts the sap of life into your system, protects you from di sease. Hollisier's Rocky Mountain Tea has no equal as a spring tonic for the whole family. :!-jc. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. rmrrmrr rmi 1 1- n m i i i in i SPRING SALE Ladies' Belts, Ties, Ruching, Hosiery, Combs, Belt Pins. IS Ladies' Jabot Ties All New Styles 25c to 98c The Most Interesting, Lowest Priced Store in Richmond. "The People's Store." Open Evenings Cor. 9th & Main The "Rolling Stones" of Australia placed on a fairly smooth surface will soon roll together in a group. They contain magnetic ore. If all The lie! I telephones made each year were blended in to a single instru Food for thought Food for work Food for brain Uneeda Biscuit The most nourishing of all wheat foods. 3 In dust tight, moisture proof packages. Never sold in bulk. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Spring Styles Embroidery Collars Jabot Collars Ruchings In All Widths Open for Your Inspection. Kid Gloves All Colors Styles Fitted to the Hand. ment it would be nearly .'HiO miles hlglx and weigh -I.uhi tons. The growth of public spirit in (.'hira is evidenced by tho great number of newspapers which have sprung up tince the close of the war with Japan. 13 isToms&Tinney Millinery Opening and Display Pattern Hats 10 N. 8th Street i i I