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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904.
TWO. (l) jXPPY THE POOR! When RICH Blood Keeps Them Strong. SAD THE RICH! When POOR Blood Makes Them Weak. A NEW DISCOVERY. Viton'A. makes the blood circulate and makes it pure. Vitona helps Nature to build up by strengthening every part of the body that disease is trying to tear down , or old age is wearing out. Vitona nourishes the nerves, vitalized the liver, heals the kidneys and benefits the entire physical organization. Vitona restores the weak to perfect health, strength and vigor. Vitona makes digestion easy, the urine clear, the flesh firm and the skin pretty. Try Vitona and you will feel more as you ought to feel, and being thus restored to more perfect health and better feeling, we'know you will soon be recommending the remedy to every friend failing in mind or body, receiving your reward for so doing by knowing that you are helping to make others happy. R. D. Reynolds, Loveland, O., writes as follows : "For several year3 my health was poor. Nothing I tried before taking Vitona did me much good. Vitona hat made me new all over. My back no longer aches, my bowels are regular. I have no more pimples on my face or sores on my body and I have gained 32 pounds in weight. I am recommending Vitona to everybody and will gladly answer any letter written me if stamps are enclosed." Vitona costs one dollar a bottle or six bottles for five dollars, and while Teb Vitona Co.Coshocton,0.will continue to send it by express prepaid on receipt of price it is now obtainable in this County For sale by Alford Drug Co. 0)0 ft "I had tronble with my bowels whieh made my blood impure. My face was covered with pimples which no external remedy could remove I tried your Casearets and great was my joy when the fimples disappeared after a month's steady use. have recommended them to all my friends and quite a few have found relief." C. J. Pusch, 967 Park Ave., New York City. N. Y. Best For The Dowels Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. DoOood, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 0c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tublet stamped CCC. Guaranteed to cure or your money back Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 600 AHHUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES ROUND TRIP e uuiiornia for strictly first-class tickets on sale from Chicago April 23rd to May 1st. Choice of routes going and returning. The most luxurious train in the world, the famous electric lighted Overland Limited Leaves Chicago daily 8:00 p. m. Solid through train, less than three days en route, over the only double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. Two fast trains per day, through to California from Chicago via the Chicago, Union Pacific and North-Western Line. Uho HEST of EVERYTHING , All agents soli tickets via this line. Sen J 2c stamp for itinerary of special train for Los Angeles which leaves Chicago April 2Sth. m it n i ft. n. wage-ner T.A 1 C. & N. W. Bj. FOITAI CITY Frank Thomas and family spent last Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Nick- ols at Richmond, Misses Eva and Carrie GrifTin, An na Davis, Ollie Harrison and Prof. B. W. Kellev attended the concert at the First M. E. church at Richmond last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fulyhum were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shute at Williamsburg:, last Sunday. S. G. Curtis of the Adam Battel company was in our city last Mon day on business. Mrs. Florence Wooters of Rich mond was here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fulghum, last week. Morris Townsend of Indianapolis who is there attending the medical college, spent Sunday with his par ents, James Townsend and wife south of town. Orla Price has accepted a position in the hardware store and commenced work the first of the week. II. G. Clark of Richmond was the Sliest of his parents, Morris Clark and wife last Sunday. Mr. Lester Jnday of Richmond and Miss Florence Townsend were the ruests of Fred Thomas and family Sunday. Misses Sallie Phelps, Bertha Nixon and Claude Keever spent last Satur day and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs Vinton at Muncie. Will Lacey and wife of Indianapo lis are here visiting relatives. Earnest Pierce has accented a po sition in the G. R. & I. railroad of fice at Geneva., Ind. Mrs. Anirie Morman has returned home after holding revival meeting at Redkey and other points. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dwiersnns en tertained the following last Sunday for dinned: William Lacey and Avife, of Indianapolis, and Mont Scarce and wife and M. M. Lacey. Rev. Isam Jackson of near Carlos City preached at the Friends church last Sunday. Verne Haisley, who has been visit ing his father, David Haisley, and family of near Arba, will return to his home soon to North Dakota. Miss Bessie Trueblood of Richmond returned home last Sunday after a short visit here accompanied by Orlie Ilinshaw and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kennedy vis ited his parents, J. W. Kennedy and wofe of Williamsburg lately. Fred Thomas, wife and son, who attended his parents' 50th wedding anniversary at Keystone, last week have returned home. Only one more week of school here as it closes the 25th. OLDEST ENGLISH PAPER. London Gaiette la the Leant Brftdi but Vaym $100,000 u Year. The London Gazette is the oldest and least read of any English newspa per. It is at once the biggest and the least of all English papers, for it is the only paper in the land which changes its size from one page to a hundred. according to the pressure of the news. It is the only newspaper whose word Is law and whose authority is accepted In the witness box. It can make and unmake bankrupts. It is the only paper In which certain persons are compelled to advertise and in which certain other persons c:nuot advertise for love or money. It yields a profit of $100,000 a year. Time was when the editorship of the Gazette was one of the spoils of office, worth $4,000 a year. It was the recog nized reward of party services in the press. Under the old regime the Gazette had besides its editor a staff of five clerks appointed by the treasury, but In 18S9 the treasury remodeled the management of the paper, found the staff employment elsewhere and left the whole responsibility of the Gazette on its publishers, Messrs. Harrison & Sons. The printing of the paper baa been in the Harrison family sii.ce I7l Absolute secrecy as to the conten.s of any forthcoming Gazette prevails Kt St. Martin's lane, and, though there aie a thousand workers in Messrs. Harri sons' office, no item of news has ever leaked out before its time. Every sheet of copy is private and confiden tial until it appears for all the world to see. The copy for the Gazette is written in the government offices, of ten by cabinet ministers themselves, and is invariably returned with the proofs. Each secretary initials his copy, and in cases of promotion in the services no paragraph is accepted even in ?oeC without being initialed a sec ond 'ittie. Now and then on very rare occasions a piece of copy is received auto graphed by the sovereign. Westmin ster GazettP. APHORISMS. Nwia v iiKlMu 22 F!h a... 1 1 H33H" chicaE,,u- ii A WEEK Oil Burner. Heats movps or furnaws; burns envle oil;o lit FREE. Write National !llr. Co.. allon K, Sew lork, it. V. Every family should have its house hold medicine chest, and the first bot tle in it should be Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup, nature's remedy fsr coughs and colds. GOOD NEWS. Many Richmond Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby. "Good News travels fast" and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Richmond are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, weak and aching back is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Our citizens are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an example worth reading: Mr. John W. Turner, 215 south fifth street, saj-s: "I usually lie on my back while sleeping, and in the morning when first eettincr up the - J ' pains were so severe and my back so lame I could scarcely move. The kidney secretions were irregular and often distressing. I was in bad shape when I happened to hear about Doan's Kidtiev Pills and got them at . (i. Luken's drug store. I was re ieved of the pain and soreness after few doses and the secretions wer3 regular and natural." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Malice drinks one-half of its own poi son. Seneca. It is not what he has or even what he does which expresses the worth of a man. but what he is. Amiel. As riches and favor forsake a man we discover him to be a fool, but no body could find it out in his prosperity. Bruyere. There is a deportment which suits the figure and talents of each person. It is always lost when we quit it to assume that of another. Rousseau. So remarkably perverse is the nature of man that he despises those that court him and admires whoever will uot bend before him. Thuccdides. A true man never frets a bo at his place in the world, but just slides into it by the gravitation of his uMure and swings there as easily as a star. E. H. Chapin. Turkish Coffee. The Turkish way of making cofFee produces a very different result from that to which we are accustomed. A small conical saucepan, holding about two tablespoonfuls of water, is used. The fresh roasted berry is pounded, not ground, and about a dessertspoon ful is put into the minute boiler, which is then nearly filled with water and thrust among the embers. A few sec onds suffice to bring- it to a boil, and the decoction, grounds and all, is pour ed out into a small cup, which fits into a brass socket like the cup of an acorn. The Turks seem to drink this decoc tion boiling hot, grounds and all. They take it plain. Sugar and cream would no doubt be thought to spoil it. In every hut in Turkey these diminu tive coffee boilers may be seen suspend ed by their long handles from the walls. The berry pounders are also at hand, and a cup of coffee takes but a few moments to produce. American Queen. Do you need more blood, more flesh, more strength this spring? Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will bring them all. If it fails your money back. 35 cents. Tea or tablet form. A. G. Luken & C: The Death Penatly. A little thing sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, insig- nific.mt cut ors puny boils have paid the death penalty. It is wise to Lave Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the heat Salve on earth and will prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores,' Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c, at A. G. Luken & Co.'s druj; store. a ' mi -mi i 'K .at mack to the credit of any preparation espe cially designed for the cure of woman' peculiar ailments. This wonderful rem edy, therefore, stands absolutely alone as the only one possessed of such remarka ble curative properties as would warrant its makers in publishing such a marvel ous offer as is above made in the utmost good faith. $3,000 FORFEIT Will also be paid if they cannot show the original signatures of the individuals volunteering the testimonials below, and also of the writers of every testimonial among the thousands which they are constantly publishing, thus proving their genuineness. "I want to tell you of the great improve ment in my health since taking your 'Fa vorite Prescription, says Mrs. H. S. Jones, of Forest, N. C. "When I began its use I was a physical wreck and had despaired of ever having my health again. Coula not sit up all day. I noted a great improve ment before the first bottle was used. Was suffering with almost every pain that a Doctor GUPID. One ol His Prescriptions. THAT Love sometimes cures disease is a fact that hasrecently been called la the attention of the puhlic by a prom inent physician and college professor. In some nervous diseases of women, such as hysteria, this physician gives instances where women were put in a pleasant frame of mind, were made happy by fall ing in love, and in consequence were cured of their nervous troubles the weak, nervous system toned and stimu lated by little Dr. Cupid became stron black circles about the eyes, are only symptoms. Go to the source of the trouble and correct the irregularities the drains on the womanly system and the other symptoms disappear. This can be done easily and intelligently. So sure of it is the World's Dispensary Medical Association, proprietors of Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that they offer A 500 REWARD For women who cannot be cured of leu- corrhea, female weakness, prolapsus or falling of womb. All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure. Their financial responsibility is well J.O.II.VA. JJ J.kVV -' -w - O 1 - - I - -m and vigorous, almost without then. -. known to every newspaper publisher and knowledge. Love is not, however, the cure for all women. Many a woman is nervous and irritable, feels dragged down and worn out for no reason that she can think of. She may be ever so much in love, but Dr. Cupid fails to cure her. In such cases the body is not sound the nervousness and other symp toms are telegraphed all over the body by the nerves (which is the telegraphic system of the human body) because the weak spot demands attention. In ninety-nine per cent, of these cases it is the womanly organism which requires at tention ; the weak back, dizzy spells and woman is subject to ; had inflammation of ovaries, painful and suppressed periods, and other symptoms of female disease. r After taking six bottles of 'Favorite Pre- scriotion.' I felt like a new person. Can ride horseback and take all kinds of exer cise and not feel tired." Mrs. Effie Walls, of Chelsea, Mich., says: " It is with pleasure I write to you of the benefits I have received from Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. For about two years I felt completely tired out ; was thin in flesh, skin yellow, had no ambition. Some eight months ago I took a severe pain in my back. Had read so much about your Favorite Prescription thought I would try it. I purchased one bottle and it helped me so much I have now taken over three bottles. My heart don't bother me and I feel well all the time. Your 'Pre scription is the best medicine ever tried. I wish I could get all sick and weak per sons to try it." Mrs. Martha D. Bruce, of Rochester, Wash., writes: "I will enclose the amount of stamps in payment for your valuable book the 'Medical Adviser.' I prize it above books; I would not be without one. I also prize your medicines very highly for the good I have received. I am sure the ' Favorite Prescription ' carried me through a critical period when I do not think a doc tor could have saved me. I have recom mended it to other sufferers far and near. I am so glad for such blessings as your medi cines, and hope you may live long and en joy the blessings of your labors and the sunshine of God's love. "If my testimony is any good to you, you are welcome to use it." druereist in the United States, with most of whom they have done business for over a third of a century. From this fact it will readily be seen how utterly foolish it would be for them to make the above unprecedented and remarkable offer if they were not basing their offer on curative means having an unparal leled record. No other medicine tnan Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription could possibly "win out" as the saying goes, on such a proposition. But they know whereof they speak. They have the most remarkable record of cures made by this world-famed remedy ever placed GREA T MEDICAL WORK', FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, containing more than a thou sand large pages and over 700 illustra tions, is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY. Send ji one -cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21 stamps for the booh in paper covers. Address: Dr. R. V. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. K. STOCKS, BONDS and SECURITIES Any one wishing to sell Stocks, Bonds and Securities, 1 wouia De giu. to list them . . . Any one wishing to buy Slocks, Eonds and Securities, 1 nave mem ior sale ..... IT'S THAT REAL ESTATE MORGAN 8th and N. E, Richmond. Ind. GOES w OVER LIE ELECTION COMMISSION ERS APPOINTED. At a meeting of the Republican city committee, last evening John F. Tag gart and John S. Fitzgibbons were appointed election commissioners for the city election to be held on the thin! of May, 1904. The Democratic committee will meet soon and appoint the other member. Best Remedy for Constipation. "The finest remedy for constipa tion I ever saw used is Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets." says Mr. Eli Butler, of Frank ville, N. Y. "They act gently and without any unpleasant efTect, and leave the bow els in a perfectly natural condition." Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., and "W. II. SudhofT, corner fifth and Main. Effect of Civilization. The serious problem of the civiliza tion of the red man sometimes devel ops an amusing side. Bobtail Coyote was sent to a government school from his reservation in the west clad in buckskin and speaking only bis mother tongue. He remained during the stipulated time, gradually becoming a white man to all intents and purposes, liut no greater transformation was manifest ed when he returned to his people than that of his name, which had cvoiveu from the savage Bobtail Coyote to that which appeared on his neatly engraved visiting card, Bobert T. Wolf. Youth's Companion. Ilia Favorite Plirane. Once, when they were talking litera ture, Mrs. Isobel Strong said to Robert Louis Stevenson, "At least you have no mannerisms." Whereupon Stevensor took n copy of his own "Merry Men." which she was reading, out of her hands and. read, "It was a wonderful clear night of stars." "Oh." be said, "how many, many times I have writ ten 'a wonderful clear night of stars.' " Without Doubt, "I wonder if I had too mocfi iast night." "You did." "How do you know? You weren't with me." "I know that when a man is in doubt on that subject there is no room for doubt." Chicago Post. Richmond and Northwestern Affairs Progressing. (New Castle Courier.) Michael Gleason, an engineer from Columbus, Ohio, and one of the pro moters of the Richmond and North western Traction Co., was here Sun day, having driven over from Rich mond along the proposed right of way. The affairs of the company are brighter than ever and the promoters feel better encouraged over the out look than ever. The road will prob ably be financed by Eastern capital ists. Some Richmond business men are also interested in the project and it is understood that the work will be commenced on the line the coming summer. C. N. Mikels is the local represen tative and promoter of the traction line and he was instrumental in get ting the city council to grant a fran chise to the company some time ago to run into town along East Broad street. "I LOVE TO LIVE," says one. "I live to love," says an other. Now it is not all of life to merely exist. A man may breathe and yet be so lifeless as to be per fectly incapable of loving. All such should take Vitona, that wonderful herbal remedy. It makes the blood circulate better makes it pure, cures weak lungs, liver, nerves, kid neys, etc., heals internally, beautify ing externally and strengthening every part of the 'body, making one more healthy, happy, lovable and loving. One sample bottle will prove its merit. Alford Drug Co., Agents. OLO SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 19 Elwood ys. Richmond. CTiingretl Taste. Mrs. Kenway You used to say that I was the apple of your eye. Kenway Well, what of it? Mrs. Kenway Nothing, except that you don't seem to care so much for fruit as you once did. j Itchiness of the skin, horrible plague. Most everybody a ducted in one way or another. Only one safe, never failing cure Doan's Ointment. At any drug store, 50 cents. This is a question of interest to every one. Some have plenty while others have not enough. It is our business to supply those who have not enough with the nec essary amount to meet their needs. Onr terms are so easy that it is not necessary to worry about the money question. If you have furniture, piano, fixtures, horses or vehie'es, come to us and secure the amount you need. We offer you the following weekly plan which pays out in 50 weeks : GOc is a weekly payment on a $25 loan. $1.20 is a weekly payment on a $50 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. Other amounts in the same proportion. If it does not suit you to pay weekly, we have other plans we would be glad to explain. We also make salary loans on easy terms. RICHMOND LOAN GO., Established 1895. Room 8, Colonial Building. Home Phone 443 H . IINI..W!,WII.MII 1 - rsns5SEEsmsziasia l.r - ? 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