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ElCmiOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY. MARCH 28, 1904.
SIX DIYOH'S STARTLI& D1SC0YEBY A NEW CURE TO PROLONG LIFE Made From the Fruit of f..iiiv-. . . .jjnsn- Stops all Wastes by Feeding the Nerves REVITALIZES THE BLOOD Cures Dyspeosia, In digestion and Stom ach Troubles. L A GreatTest to Be Made in Richmond. Free Sample Bottles to be Given Away from the Drug Stores of The Westcott Pharmacy, Quigley & Dunn, 6pp. Court House, A. G. Luken & Co., Retail Department, Leo H. Fihe, 830 Main St. The Free Distribution Be gins at 9 O'clock, Tues day, March 28. To the Editor of the Palladium: Having r. is cove red a new remedy which I believe will revolutionize the practice of medicine, I must earnestly ask that you assist me in its introduc tion by ani'.iouneing a free distribu tion from 2-our leading drug store. I want the public to know th?. truth know it as I know it. I believe there is a cure for every disease I believe that human life can be prolonged I believe that people should die only from old age, and 1 also believe that my Paw Paw remedy will not on.iy relieve much suffering, but add many years to, the average life. In my opinion dyspepsia and indi gestion are the cause of most ail ments. Indigestion means nervous ness, sleeplessness, imnure blood, ca tarrh, sluggish liver, kidney and heart affections. Xo person can be happy no person can see the beauties of life and enjoy its pleasures, who suf fers from any form of stomp. eh trou ble. An eminent actor called my Deten tion to tho wonderful benefit he had derived from entiiur Paw Paw fruit, telling me that it had made a'.most a new stomach for him. I began to ex periment with this fruit and found it to be a most powerful aid to digestion. T have taken the medicinal qualities r,f this fruit and combined it with oth er medicaments and have made a pre paration which is called "MFX YON'S PAW PAW." T cannot recommend this remedy 1oo highly for all forms of indiges tion and nervousness. This remedy also acts wonderfully well on the Hv-, er, blood a-id kidneys, but T believe its greatest office 5s in its marvelous effect upon the stomach and nerves It is really a nerve food and vitalizer. It gives cxhileration without intox ication. It does what whiskey ror beer canno-. do. It relieves the nerve tension. Tt stimulates everv fibre and puts into active force every tis sue of the .body. It lifts one into the altitude of hope and holds him there It is a bridge that enables the weak mid sickly to cross dangerous places. It feeds and nourishes the nerves, sc that the blood corpuscles will be con stantly revitalized, and the losses of the vital forces will be almost imper ceptible. In other words, it will sup ply a sniTk'ient quantity of life mat ter to take the place of the waste. Instead of irritating the nerves find stomach, it soothes and strength ens them. Almost every human bcincr some time requires a stimulant. NOT AX XLCOUOLrC STIMULANT, not a stimulant Ihat will buoy up for a mo ment and . then cast down to loweT depths of lepression, but a stimulant that will give an abiding strength and lasting force. 3Iy Paw Pavr aids the stomach to paw PA digest hearty foods, and to make good rich blood, which . again in turn strengthens" the nerves, vitalizing all the tissues, and soon produces mus cle, tissue bone. It is. my opinion that the clergymen in the country could do no greater service to the cause of temperance than to advocate the general use of my Paw Paw, for by its use drunken ness would he lessened and the morals and health of the community greatly improved. A wife whose hasband is addicted to drinking can do nothing bettei fci herself or. family than to get a bottle of this Paw Paw, and whenever hex husband feels the need of a tonic.give him a tablepoonful of Paw Paw. She will find that he will soon lose all cravings foi strong drinks that his appetite vill soon become , natural that his nervousness and longing for excitement will disappear, and he will be perfecllj' satisfied without al coholic stimulants and harmful bev erages. I have so much confidence in this remedy that I propose distributing trial bottles free fro mthe leading drug stores throughout the eountry. I want everybody to try it, feeling con fident that it will bring relief anc happiness. Trusting yon will aid me in this in vestigation, 1 beg to remain. J. M. MUXYON. Professor Munyon has adopted the same method of introducing this rem edy that has characterized the intro duction of all his other remedies by distributing free samples fro mthe leading drug stores, and inviting the public to make a thorough test and then report the results through the. columns of the newspapers. We cheerfully open the columns of our paper to this investigation and hope that every person who has any nerve or stomach rouble wil give this remedy a careful test. This free distribution begins Tues-. day morning March 29, and closes C p. m. Wednesday, March 30. THOUSANDS FLOODED Qrand Rapids Reports a Loss of Millions by High Water. Grand Rapids, Mich., March 28. Conditions in this city and near-by towns along the Grand river are very grave as a result of the unprecedented flood that has swollen the stream far out of its banks for the past three days. The river gauge here shows a depth of three feet above the pre vious high water record, that of 1844. The inhabitants of flooded houses are suffering greatly from cold and lack of food. There has been no loss of life thus far,. but there is great suffer ing and a vast amount of sickness it is feared will lollow the exposure sustained by many of the flood vic tims. It is conservatively estimated that the loss to property and business on account of the flood will exceed $2,000,000. Fifteen thousand men are unable to work today owing to fac tories being compelled to close by the high water. Two thousand homes are flooded on the west side. Michigan Flood Sufferers. Saginaw, Mich., March 28. The wa ter continues to rise here, despite the cold. At the mouth of the Flint river, ice is piled sixty feet high. The Big Prairie farm at the junction of the Shiawassee and Flint rivers, is from four to six feet under water. One hundred thoroughbred cattle have been drowned and Gilbert Bertram, foreman of the farm, is dead from exposure in the flood. A large portion of the business district of Saginaw is flooded and thousands of dollars damage has been done. There has been no communication with Zilwau kee, four miles north, in two days, and 1,300 people there are reported to be living in the upper part of build ings and suffering from cold and lack of food. Serious Loss at Peoria. Peoria, 111., March 28. The Illinois river at this city has touched a point twenty-three feet above low water nark, the highest in the history of the city. In east Peoria and along the bottom lands great damage has been done, many houses having been sub merged. Heavy Damage by Flood. Princeton; Ind., March 28 The Wa bash, White and Patoka rivers are rising very rapidly. The property loss has already reached $200,000 in southwestern Indiana. All trains are greatly delayed. ' FOOL YELLED "FIRE" And a Score of Churth Gosrs Were Hurt in Ensuing Panic. New Haven, Conn., March 8. A panic occurred at the morning ser vice In St. Michael's Italian church here Sunday in which almost a score of persons were injured. Four of the most seriously injured, two women and two children, were taken to the New Haven hospital. Some one in the congregation shouted "fire" dur ing a prayer, and immediately the worshippers arose and rushed for the door at the rear of the church, the only exit. Women and children were trampled upon and dragged along the floor by the others In their endeavor to get out of the building, and in the height of the confusion some one sent la fire, jftlagja, . W.itb XV&X. diSjeuJU the 11 rein en succeeded In ibrcing back the struggling mass that had become wedged In the doorway. When the building was freed of people two women and two girls were found on the floor badly hurt. The injuries of the others were attended by ambulance surgeons and physi cians. The police and members of the church have made an investiga tion, but no reason for an alarm of fire has been discovered. Young Woman Burned to Death. Detroit, Mich., March 8.- Miss Ber tha Vanderkamp Green, daughter of a former prominent attorney of Syra cuse, N. Y., was burned to death in her home on Woodward Terrace here Sunday. She had gone down into the basement before daylight, and it is supposed ignited her clothing with a match. She lived but a few hours. Miss Green was a grandniece of Hora tio Seymour, the war governor of New York. Stood on Notable Ground. Athens, March 28. Rev. John Potts, of Toronto, Ont., preached on the Hill of Mars Sunday to the delegates to the World's Sunday School conven tion. The ministers and delegates repeated St. Paul's address to the Athenians. All the members of the party from the United States are well and will proceed to Jerusalem where the meeting of the convention will be held. ' A Disgrace to His Nationality. Adelaide, Australia, March 28. In consequence of a speech insulting King Edward, the government has re lused the use of public buildings to John Alexander Dowie. The mayor of Adelaide wrote to Dowie telling him he was a disgrace to his nationality. Town's Serious Loss. Kittaning. Pa., March 28. The bus iness portion of East Brady, a town twenty-five miles north of here, was destroyed by fire Sunday. Dynamite was used to blow up buildings in the path of the flames and this doubtless saved the town from destruction. Election Officers Arrested. Havana, March 28. Telegrams from Santiago de Cuba report that all the members of the provincial elector al board of scrutiny have been arrest ed on the charge of falsifying the re sults of the elections for congressmen. There Was No Mutiny. Tien Tsln, March 28. It is learned upon reliable official authority that the rumors of dissatisfaction and mu tiny amongst the Chinese imperial troops on the border which have been current for several days, are absolute ly unfounded. Must Attend to Business. St. Petersburg, March 28. A proc lamation issued by the Chinese gover nor of Manchuria has been received here. It directs that all Chinese in Manchuria shall observe neutrality and attend strictly to business. RAILROAD Statement of the P., C. C. & St. L. Company. The statement of the Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Rail road company's earnings and ex penses for February, issued yester day by S. B. Liggett, secretary, shows the effect of the heavy increase of cost of operation during the month. The increase in gross for the month was .$135,SG2, operating expenses $176,010. These figures are based on a comparison of the same month of last year. For the two months ended February 29, as compared with 1903, the gross earnings increased $91,25.8, the operating expenses $153,813 and the net earnings decreased $G2,555. "Ideal Bread" is made only by the Richmond Baking Co., under au entire new process. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to the needs of the children. Pleasant to take; soothing in its influence. It is the remedy of all remedies for every form of throat and lung disease. OASTOH.IA. Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought Suicide Prevented. The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been dis covered will interest many, A run down system, or despondency invar iat! precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely. At the first thought of self destruc tion take Electric Bitters. It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system. It's also a great Stom ach, Liver and Kidney regulator. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Bears the Signature of Ihfl Kind Ycu Have Always Bought S7 : yirzr s7 fin (ft vv.i tit OF OUR (0)1 GRAND 6 On April 8th and 9th i . . '. We extend a special invitation to our farmer friends and patrons to attend the opening. Here's what you will see : The best implement house in Indiana or Ohio. The latest "up-to-date implements' The finest hardware store in the United States. I he largest variety of goods you need. The result of 20 years successful business. Our implement house is just completed and is stocked with Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Rakes, Weeders, Binders. Mowers, Manure Spreaders, Wind Mills, Disc Seeders, Land Rol lers, Wheat Drills, Corn Drills and Planters, Hay Tedders, Pumps, Tanks, Binder Twine, Garden Tools, Hay Carriers, Lawn Mowers, Fertilizer, Farm Gates, Lawn Gates, Ellwood Field and Lawn Fencing, etc., etc., etc. IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME. 1 Eight-shovel famous Hamilton Cultivator, worth $25, to the farmer whose purchases from us for himself of any and all kinds of goods from January 1st, 1904, to 6 p. m., April 9th, 1904, have been the largest amount in money. 1 Two-horse wagon box for lFish" Wagon, worth $15, fitting any two-horse gear' to the farmer whose purchases come second in order to above in amount. 1 Roderick Lean 60-Spike Tooth Harrow, worth $12, to the farmer whose purchases come third in order to above. NOTE All purchases for delivery of goods from January 1st, 1904, to September Isf, 1904, will be counted. CASH PRIZES. $15 in cash will be paid to the farmer who will send or bring us the best written testimo nial of Ellwood Field Fencing. $10 in cash will be paid to the farmer whose testimonial of Ellwood Field Fencing is second best. $5.00 in cash will be paid to the farmer whose testimonial of Ellwood Field Fencing is third best. These testimonials must be in our possession not later than April 7th, 1904. A handsome souvenir will be given to every farmer who Remember this affair is given especially for the benefit of either or both days with us, rain or shine. Plenty of room in Si T o o ylS ii IMPLEMEN HOUSE TIM WL HflHnlraAB! r RICHMOND, INDIANA. OPP. PENNSYLVANIA RAILWAY DEPOT ill c L El' 0 comes to the opening either day. the farmers. Come and spend our buildings. PAMY