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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
7 WO. r(H-auso purely vest-table yet thor ough, prompt, healthful, satisfactory oozFo PSSBa Story of tlie Honey Co:nl3 Candy. A. Delicious Confection Come to your city ; you will always know mc after "you once taste me. 1 am all the rage ia the Eaat and West, where I have been for some time. Just eat me and y:u will then understand why I am pro nounced "simply delicious " and will not wonder why you want more of me. I am the purest and most wholesome piece of candy in the market. There is only one film in this country that can make me. Every other firm who has tried to imi tate tne has given it up. I am for sale in your city at The Bee Ive Grocery Co. Boht Phones 1JX) 931 Main St. ALFORD SELLS DRUGS FOR LESS - For tbe Dining Table. Polished dining tables are rarely cov ered between meals with a large sprfid. A newer idea is to use only a centerpiece and, by way of further embellishment, place upon it a tall vase or rose bowi filled with cut flowers, a potted plant or silver dish filled with ferns. The size of the centerpiece may vary from twenty-four to sixty inches in diameter or even larger, according to the dimensions of the table and to individual taste. The most elegant centerpieces are of fine renaissance lace, square or round in shape, with rather small center of white linen and the lace edge richly embroidered in wash silk. To the novice it may seem very much like gilding gold to embroider lace, but it must be conceded that the lace and re flected lights of highly polished mahog any or oak make a rarely beautiful background for the luxurious sprays of roses or fruit ami foliage designs which are showered upon it. The em broidery must be done with fine fioss and the colorings of nature na well as the shading closely followed, after pad ding the design heavily with white cotton floss. A less expensive design in dark ef fects is obtained with a centerpiece of brown linen with an artistic conven tional design richly tinted and em broidered in heavy silks to correspond with the colors in the design. The edges may be completed with em broidery or a band of Russian lace, this being the most elegant. Squares of fine Irish linen beautifully enriched with drawn work and hemstitched bor ders are always in taste. A really fine piece of linen is a good investment, for with ordinary care it will last for years and improve with frequent laundering. A clever needlewoman can readily make these articles during spare mo ments and save considerable expense. Square and round dining tables are equally fashionable, although the housekeeper, ever on the alert for a change, is going back to the oval shape lowly, but surely. Exchange. (10) THE BEAUTY Buoyaicy and Splendid Feeling OF GOOD HEALTH Are Enjoyable Blessings that VITOIMA GIVES. It seems strange that anyone will continue to suffer from the pain and weakness of fast failing health result ing from slowly circulating and impure blood, incomplete assimilation of nour ishment, feeble nerves, wertl; kidneys, ur.d other impairment of adult vigor, when that inot wonderful medicine of the. ao, called YiToxA.will bring about so (-nick a cure. Thousands have taken it to regain good health, and many take it to maintain good health. It is a strengthening remedy different from any other because by first healing in ternally it builds up health on a sure foundation and its good effect i3 more certain and more lasting. Nothing else makes one feel so strong in every part. Mrs. Hay Jackson, of Bellaire, Ohio, writes: "I wish every woman could know the merit of Vitona. I have recommended it to so many of my friends and they one and all think it most Bplendid. It makes one feel bo much younger and my mirror tells me how favorable a change it has made in me. Vitona. ended all my Buffering, such as only women of my age can know, after everything else I tried failed. My husband says it has made him feel younger too." Vitona costs one dollar a bottle or six bottles for five dollars, and while Tub "Vitona Co.Coshocton,0.will continue to send it by expreB8 prepaid on receipt of price it ia now obtainable in this County For sale by Alford Drug Co. A HOVAL. 'ROMANCE (Original. The king was dead, and the people would have cried, "Long live the king!"' but they did not know which of two claimants would secure the throne. Prince Ludwig, .the representative of a rival dynasty, was at the capital, but the Crown Prince liudolph, who had been banished by Lis father, was in Paris. liudolph was the choice of the people, but the Austriau government desired to place Liulwig on the throne. liudolph made his preparations to go to claim his crown, and, being obliged to pass through Austrian territory, the government desired to intercept him. "Your majesty," said Rudolph's bos om friend, Count Ernest Gerhart, who proposed to accompany his sovereign to his capital, 'T suggest that we travel as master and valet, I to be the mas ter, you the valet." . . "An admirable plan," said Rudolph. "We will adopt it." That night the two started, the count disguised as a bourgeois merchant, Ru dolph as a German valet. The two carried their parts well, the count en acting a shopkeeper who had made money and was consequently purse proud, Rudolph playing a servant who had all the spirit beaten out of him by a tyrannical master. Count Ernest, be ing the king's intimate friend and faith ful adherent, took pleasure in giving him plenty to do and abusing him soundly at the slightest remissness. Passing down the Danube by boat, the two attracted the attention of the old Baroness von Vallenstein and her beau tiful daughter Bertha. "IIans," cried Count Ernest, "bring me some hock and soda water, and don't spend the whole day gabbling with the other servants. Be quick!" Hans moved away, and Bertha von Vallenstein, who had looked up from her book, cast an indignant glance at the count for the severity of his tone. When the valet returned with the hock and soda Count Ernest rated him for having been gone so long. Bertha von Vallenstein, indignant at the count's abuse, called Hans to her and said to him: "Do you wish to leave the service of the man who treats you so harshly? If , you do I will engage you at once. My mother and I need a manservant." "Thank you, fraulein," stammered the astonished king incognito. "He pays me such good wages that" "I will pay you double." The king was in a quandary. Count Ernest, who saw what was going on, ordered him away on another errand and when he was gone said to the young lady: "Pardon me. fraulein. This servant whom you think I treat so unjustly must be handled with great severity. He has overridden every master he has served till he came to me, and at the slightest evidence of kindliness he would turn upon me with violence." This failed to satisfy the young lady. Soon after, when Count Ernest was not present, Hans spoke to her and discov ered that she and her mother were jouruej-ing to the same point as him self. He asked her hotel at the capital, which she gave him, and he promised to communicate with her with a view to entering her service. After that Count Ernest, seeing his mistake in attracting attention by his feigned severity, treated his servant less harshly. They pursued their jour ney, eluding the spies both of Frlnce End wig and the Austrian government, and at last Rudolph found himself safe over the borders of his kingdom, lie immediately threw off his incog nito and, having been joined by a num ber of his adherent nobles, moved on toward the capital, everywhere greeted with great joy and affection by the people. Bertha von Vallenstein and her moth er, having taken a direct route while the . king was obliged to take a very circuitous one, arrived long .before him. She could not put away the image of the valet who had borne so patiently the harshness of his master, and she looked for him every day to appear and enter her service. Her mother laughed at her, assuring her that after what his master had said of him she would run a great risk in engaging him. Meanwhile the whole kingdom had gone overwhelmingly for the legitimate heir, and preparations were made for his reception. It was a beautiful morn ing that Rudolph entered his capital mounted on horseback, attended by his nobles, Count Ernest Gerhart riding be side him, and followed by a large mili tary escort. As he passed the hotel whore the baroness and her daughter were stopping he looked up at the win dows till his eyes caught those of Ber tha, when he smiled and bowed, re moving his hat with especial deference. "Mother," gasped Bertha, withdraw ing from the window, "what does it mean? Am I dreaming or am I de lirious? The king has the features of the valet lians." "Nonsense, my dear! There is a re semblance, and since that valet ha9 turned j our head you magnify it." The king was proclaimed, and to the state ball following the proclamation invitations came to the Von Vallen steins. When Bertha was presented to the king, he was observed to whisper something in her ear, and she passed on with an expression of delight on a face also covered with blushes. What the king whispered was this: "I am ready to enter your service, but not as your valet." And so it happened that King Ru dolph XII. took a wife not of royal blood, but as he received with her an enormous fortune, most of which was spent on the poor of the kingdom, the match was highly approved by his sub jects. F. A. MITC-IIEI HOW TO LOVE A GiRL. Carp S3wull tie- Taken to DIcrimi-HftJt- Aijiot:? Sicstiy Varieties. Ali ;;ah; like to be loved, but they ere n l all alike, and care should be taken to discriminate among the many varieties. In making love to an old maid the preliminaries oui.v are necessary. Give her a fa.'r start, and she will do the rest. Remember tl. it she is making up for lost time and hold on tight and shut your eyes. As long as she has taken the cue don't fear the result. You needn't do a thing. When she is young and innocent, with a frank, openwork countenance and with no experience, get up early every morning and watch her door step. There are others on the same trail, and if you wish to be an active member of the club you must do your share of the work. If she accepts flow ers and fruit readily', don't get too gay. This is only your privilege. And when you feel that you cannot stand it any longer tell her so and leave the rest to her. She will be your teacher. You needn't do a thing. With a widow be calm and unmoved in the face of danger. You are in for it, and don't get ra fit led. Sit around where vou can be reached and submit to everything. But remember that so far as you are concerned there is noth ing doing. It won't be necessary. If she is a tall, straight blond, with lustrous eyes and a large, open smile, don't ailow your feelings to overcome you. Do the right thing and wait. She will see that you are well taken care of. Or, If she is any other kind of g'rl, it doesn't matter. Don't do a thing your self. She will do the rest Xo matter how slow you may be, have no fear of the ultimate result. But be sure of one thing before be ginning get a million or so. Tom Mas son in Smart Set. Bobliy'ii Oesoriptlon. Bobby was calling with his aunt on the mother of a small boj" who was somewhat bow legged and most unmis takably pigeon toed. It happened that Bobby had seen only straight limbed youngsters before this, though he wTas familiar, it seemed, with some other ills that flesh is heir to. As Bobby's aunt's friend's little boy made his ini tial appearance in the doorway. "Oh. auntie." exclaimed the irrepressible, "look at that funny boy what's cross eyed in both feet!" New York Mail and Express Only One Thins Lnckfnpr. After years of patient research the scientific experimenter had succeeded In combining several rare chemicals in to a new and powerful remedial Agen cy. "What will it cure?" they asked him. "I don't know yet. I am hunting for the disease!" he exclaimed, his eye kindling with the enthusiasm of the born inventor. Chicago Tribune. A Barenin. "But." protested the broker who had advertised for a confidential clerk, "you want too much salary." "I've had a great deal of experience In the brokerage business," urged the applicant. "But you ask too much for it." "My dear sir, I assure you I'm of fering it to you for much less than It cost me." Philadelphia Press. Biding? His Time. "So he Is your worst enemy." "Yes." "Don't you yearn for revenge?" "Certainly. And I know I'm going to have it. That's the beauty of this life. Sooner or later he's bound to have the toothache, and that's worse than any thing I could fix for him." Washing ton Star. Crippled by Sciatic Rheumatism. Specialist Failed to Help. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills Cured Me. "After treating me for five weeks for sci atic iheumatism, a St. Louis specialist con fessed that he could lcr nothing forme and I came home as badly crippled as w hen I went away. Shortly after that I began to take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pi. Is and blood Puri fier. I commenced their use at once, and in less than thirty days was virtually a new man. 1 carry the Pain Pills with me always, and find them a never-failing cure for head ache or oilier pains." J. K. Miller, Thorap sonvilie, Ilk "No railroad man should attempt to make a trip without a few of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills in his grip. For indigestion, nervous ness, sleeplessness or any p.-.in or irregular ity, they cannot be beat.' Conductor IL C. Tevining, Wilmington, N. C. "My trouble was inflammation of the ovaries, and for five years I suffered untold pain. After taking two or three boxes of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, I felt I was cured, but always keep them on hand, for they re lieve manv other aches and pains." MRi PuiLir- S. Doane, Worcester, Mass. "Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Tills are the best remedy for car-sickness on the market. On an excursion train recently I pave away a whole box of thera to sufferers from car-sickness, and in every case they gave immediate relief. I always keep them in mypocket." II. D. San ford, Pipestone, Minn. All drrggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address Dr. Mdcs Medical Co, Elkhark InL Brave Fireman-Indianapolis Society Leader- and Popular Knights Unite in 3 FIREMAN D. MADDIGAN, GALESBURG, ILL. Who Owes His Calm Nerves and Per fect Health to Paine's Celery Compound. No man or woman whose daily oc cupation b ring's them in danger of death or injury is safe unless the nerves are in perfect health. Dizziness, a sinking" feeling, mo mentary weakness or a second's ill timed anxiety may result in the slip on which life itself may depend. No one who has ever faced immi nent physical peril but will under stand the dismay with which Fire man Maddigan, risking his life daily in smoke and flame, on swaying lad ders and on slippery roofs, detected in himself at times the signs of ner vous troubles which, if not treated in time, would sooner or later result in a fatal misstep. Fireman Maddigan tried several cures for bis nerves, but not until he used Paine's Celery Compound was the trouble remedied. Today there is no man in the Galesburg Fire De partment who can take risks with calmer nerves than he. Fireman Maddigan writes on September 29th, 1003: " "In my estimation Paine 's Celery Compound is tbe best nerve tonic. So far it has been of great benefit to me, and I shall continue taking it during the Winter months. I feel' perfect ly safe in recommending it to any of mv friends." Ifonsea In llusslt?. To keep out the cold in winter, the windows of Russian houses are fas tened up, paper being gummed wher ever the least draft might penetrate. On tlie Wrong Trail. "It is no more than right that the strong should aid the weak," said the landlady. "And yet," rejoined the sarcastic boarder, "I fail to see how dropping a hunk of butter in the coffee would ben efit it any." Kennebec Journal. At the Ileeeptlon. "Why is everybody leaving the draw ing room? Supper hasn't been an nounced yet, has it?" "Xo. Miss Ella Cutte is going to re cite that beautiful poem beginning" "Oh, excuse me! See you later." Philadelphia Bulletin. A Queer Cure. M. D You're suffering from a nerv ous strain. You must have absolute tranquillity and avoid care. What ia your business? Patient I'm president of the Don't Worry club. Chicago American. Born to I. "Some scientist has made the discov ery that. every one is born left handed. "Well, I can go even farther than that. I maintain that every one is born with a predisposition to say 'I done It.' "Chicago Kecord-IIerald. End of Bitter Fight. "Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abscess on my right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of DuPont, Ga. "and gave me up. Ev erybody thought my time had come. As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days. Now I've entirely regained my health." It conquers all Coughs, Colds and Throat and Lung troubles. Guaran teed by A. G. Luken & Co., drug gists. Price 50c, and $1.00. Trial bottles free. The Death Penalty. A little thing sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, in significant cuts or puny boils 1 ave paid the death penalty. It is wise to have Bncklen's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality, when Burns, sores. Ulcers and Piles threat en. Only 25c, at A. G. Luken & Co., I drug store. Heartfelt Praise of tlie Famous Tonic as m ST i?P5 Tfc 11 T. F. M'CARTHY, ROXBURY, MASS. j Impure Blood, Swelling and Nervous ness Cured Quickly by Paine 's Celery Compound. - Mr. T. F. McCarthy, well known as i the money order elerk at Koxbury, t (Mass.) Post Office, and actively r prominent as a member of the J Knights of Columbus, sent a written record of his cure, dated October 7th, 5 1903, from his home, 44 Dille Ave f line, Roxbury, Mass.: "I wish to express my appreciation of your wonderful Paine 's Celery 'Compound. I had been troubled with la violent itching on the hands and feet, coupled with swelling, due to M,1 "I was so nervous I could hardly ever sleep more than an hour at a time. After taking one bottle of Paine's Celery Compound I began to feel like a new man. "The itching and swelling disap peared. It was verp plain that my i blood was becoming rapidly purer. I now sleep right through the night. "Paine 's Celery Compound is a marvelous remedy. I cannot say en- ! outrh for it." Unhealthy ,unelean blood-supply is always the result of faulty action of those organs .which should make and purify the blood. The sensible rem edy is to give the Nerve System the strength to make these organs do I their work properly feeding and re storing the nerves with Paine's Cel lery Compound. S. BRTJMLEYI riione 312 So.K'.CtM WORK 1 ? tjSdSS j sf n i ...: x M IPallroad R 1MSICES REASONABLE. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE. - -- TO CllPOrCOrill 1 V all forms of Chronic Diseases that ae curabta.' iitAto oUUULoorULLi diseases ok the throat, lungs, kiiv ,JVfI7 nr.l BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, (oi i iliiii ' fits), Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nervous Dieasee. Female Diseases, Night ,o-k cr itTility from indiscretions in youth or maturer years, Pilee, Fietula. Fissure ana sii Vf the fceotnm, withont detention from business. i S. I ceri Kit W i K I'OSITIVKLX HKEW It vvi! 1 1." ' i 1 b to voiii interest to consuls ine uocior ii you are buubiuij .mm vudcobo. f h fiinot cure vou he will tell you so at once. .i.bec c:.v ti me and place. Will return every four weeks. ffiGB and Laboratory, No. 21 SOUTH Jackson Lump ..$4 75 per ton Winifredo Lump.. 4 75 per ton Hocking Lump 4 50 per ton Johnson Lump 4 00 per ton Anthracite, all sizes 7 50 per ton The above coals are all forked and screened as loaded. We solicit your business. Phone No. 6 . B. Ii osvenor, M.'D., Specialist OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 12 a. m. 7 to 8 p. m. 2 to 4 p. m.; EXCEPT SUNDAY ColoniallBuildlng. 7th and Main Sts. of Columbus Member I. i btfif 11 u MRS. SPRAY, OF INDIANAPOLIS Her Nervous Misery Banished For- ever by Paine 's Celery Compound. Mrs. Laura Spray whose home is at 1934 Earth Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., wrote on September 30th, 1903: "My belief is that a nervous per son is a sick person, and I was a very sick woman before taking Paine 's Celery Compound. "My nerves were in such a condi tion that I could hardly bear for any one to walk across the floor or speak suddenly. I was a misery to myself as well as to my family, and do not know where it would have ended but for Paine's Celery Compound. "My husband beard of it and brought home a bottle for me one da j' last spring and after taking it I was so much better that he kept on getting it for me until T had taken five bottles, and I felt that I was in deed cured. i "We cannot speak too strongly in favor of it as a remedy for nerv ous troubles, and hope that this letter will help others to health." 1 Year after year Paine's Celery Compound has cured thousands of nervous, despondent women whose cases were given up as hopeless. It brings new courage and new joy of life to the suffering victims of the ills which burden so many women. "Do Not Waste Time Drugging symptoms. .Cure the REAL CAUSE the NERVES." . . Prof. E. E. Phelps, M. D., LL. D. Dartmouth University, Discover- I er of Paine's Celery Compound. Bills Distributed Gl'AIUSTEEl) KATES KK.3S XiBLE jl 825 North estaurani N e su DR. J. AV WALLS. THE SPECIALIST Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One Month's x Treatment FREE ! AAIIUIIAIMI TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, IND. EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT SCIENTIFIC GLASS FITTING