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EICHMOITD DAILY PALLADIUH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1904.
TS70. OCTORS PI ESCiliE -1 OH M WO M 9 O m U 61 13 U il 5 mwmw Or. Thos. C. Carter, an Eminent Washington Physician, Gives Munyon's Paw Paw a Strong Professional Endorsement I have used and am now using Man yon'sPaw Paw, and find it a moat effective pepsin tonic I successfully prescribe it in cases of nervousness, indigestion and stomach trouble, Professor Munyon is to be congratulated in utilizing the fruit of the Paw Paw tree, the digestive qualities of .which, I believe, is second to no known production in the fruit or vegetable kingdom. THOS. C. CARTER, M. D.f 332 C St, N. TV,, I want every tired woman after a hard day's work or an afternoon's shopping, to take a tablespoonful of Paw Paw and see how quickly it will refresh and invigorate her. I urge upon brain workers particularly the use of Paw Paw. It will immediately give tone and energy to the whole nervous system. If the toiler who feels the need of a stimulant will step into the nearest drug store and ask for Paw Paw he will have no further use for whiskey, beer or other stimulants. Sold by all druggists. Large bottle $1. Paw Paw Laxative Pills, 25c a bottle. "I used Cascarets and feel like a new man. I have been a sufferer from dyspepsia and sour stomach for the last two years. I have been taking medi cine and other drugs, but could find no relief only for a short time. I will recommend Cascarets to xny friends as the only thing for indigestion and eour stomach and to keep the bowels in good con dition. They are very nice to eat." Harry Stuckley. ilauch Chunk, Pa. Best For The 5oweIs SSw CANDY CATHARTIC CAMBRIDGE CITY The next and last number of the Union Lecture association will be held at the M. E. church Monday evening, April 18th. Mr. A. R. Mcllvain was here from Lewisville Monday evening. While in the city he piuchased two ten-disc drills of the National Drill company. The Wayne County Dental asso ciation met Monday 'evening with Dr. Harris. Dr. Wilson read a very in teresting paper and the discussion was lead by Dr. Cox, of Richmond. Carl Ingerman has a severe attack of the grip. Mrs. Anthonv Pusinelli is in In dianapolis attending the funeral of a relative. The Helen Hunt club gave a thim ble party at the beautiful home of Mrs. Harrv Bond, Monday after noon. Elegant refreshments were served and the afternoon was en joyed to the fullest extent by all pres7 ent. George Nelson, of Lewisville, Avas in this city on business yesterday. John Dodson made a business trip to Richmond yesterday. Mrs. L. E. TIahn and mother, Mrs. Trembly, left for Indianapolis yester day. Miss Mae Bradbury was the guest of friends in Richmond 3-esterday. Kathrynne TJlerich, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ulerich is seriously ill at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Highlev. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good. Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25c, 50c. Never sold In balk. The genuine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 599 ANNUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES SPECIAL OFFER - $100 Scholar, ship for $50 Including completecour Pes in Telegraphy, Tia n Despatching, Railway Accounting, Locomotive Engineering and Firing, Baggageman and Brake man. Diplomas recog nized by railroad com panies throughout the United States, (jraduatee balding the highest po sitions in therail way ser vice Positions furnished. Resident or Mail cour. see. Enclose stamp for particulars. Address Dept. G. JOHNSON'S PRACTICAL RAILWAY. TELEGRAPH INSTTUrE Indianapolis, Indiana. A WEEK "ouf1 Oil Burner. Heata toves or furnace ; burns crude oil:o 'HFKKE. WrfteFKatlonal 911. Cfe a.Ua Km New Work, At. V. A spring; blessing; for the sick and afflicted. A tonic for the whole fam ily. Makes and keeps them well. Cleanse your system with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, tea or ablet. A. G. Luken & Co. Bears the Signature of 33 I" Tho Kind You Have Always BaugM S f ' " Itching piles? Never mind if phy sicians have failed to cure you. Try Doan's Ointment. No failure there. 50 cents, at any drug store. OASTOHIA. Bears tho yy Tha Kind Yju Hav8 Aiflays Bought Signature .SV? 7L of "Little Colds." Thousands of lives sacrificed every year. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures little colds, cures big colds, too, down to the very verge of consumption. MONEY LOANED 3Vom 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson 's Loan and Real Estate kgency, Main and peventh streets. One way Colonist Rates to the West and Northwest via The C. C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, fcc. For further information call on 3. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44. DUBLIN. Friends' series of meetings closed last Friday night. The real estate agents have been doing fairly well this winter and spring. Considerable amount of ditching is now being done over some of the farms. Can't say as yet much about the fruit prospects. Peaches will no doubt be scarce, but cherries and ap ples may be plentiful. As yet scarcely any garden is made save a few hot beds here and there, but very little oats put in and hardly a potato planted. Mrs. George Stout and sister, Miss Emma White, attended the M. E. con ference at Muncie last week. Mathew Garthwaite wishes to move to Richmond, having his house shin gled for rent. Frank Champe has finished and shipped his contract for corn planters to Richmond, some 450 in number. Henry Haskins, our baker, would like to sell his' establishment and re tire from the business ns he is not able any more to run the business as it should be run. f Elder W. T. MeGowan of Indi anapolis filled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. Sunday was one of those days that was inclined to produce a strong in clination to be on the inside of the house close to a warm stove rather than taking a buggy ride with your best girl. Our new meat market is an up-to- date affair and is drawing its share of patronage. Mrs. Lenna Holson, who is engaged in evangelistic work in the Quaker church, called on her old friend, Mrs. Elizabeth Cook, at Micajah Henley's home and sympathized with her in her sickness. Rev. and Mrs. John Selig of Brownsville, on their way to Indi anapolis, stopped off on ashort call to the Champ family one day last week. Mrs. Frank Bradley of Cambridge City visited the family of Micajah Henley last Wednesday. Miss Norma Herbst came home Saturday from Milroy, Rush county, where she just closed her school at that place for this term. Samuel Watson is still closely con fined to his house and bed. Leonard Champe, who has been working in Gaar, Scott & Co. 's foun dry all winter, is now at home attend ing to his garden, tree planting, etc. Considerable ditching is being done over some of the farms since the recent heavy rains. Mrs. C. T. Swaine returned from Denver, Col., on Wednesday evening last, where she was hastily summoned by a telegram of the serious illness of her son, W. G. Cooper. On her re turn we were glad to learn that she left her son much better and the doctors thought that he would soon recover from a severe attack of kid ney trouble. Mr. Cooper is as yet quite a young man and bids fair to make a useful citizen of himself, be ing a clerk in a large business rail road room in Denver, and has lately had an offer of a much higher position and- advanced wages. GARFIELD SCHOOL Notes Prepared by Charles Starr. The talk at opening exercises Mon day morning at 8:30 was given by Mr. Bird of this school. He spoke of Immigration to America from an early date ii to the present time. Mr. Bird has made a special study of this topic and was able to present many amusing and interesting items to the school. In the main he illus trated how the character of the emi grants had changed for the better since the early years of the republic. The boys of the Freshman class of the Richmond High School have challenged the boys of the Garfield school for a track and field meet, events, etc., to be arranged later if challenge is accented. The standing of the polo teams is as follows : Eagles won 7, lost 2. Royals won 6, lost 2. Crescents won 4, lost 5. Clippers won 0, lost 8. A new section of the Northern In diana Teachers' Association was or ganized at the recent meeting at Wi nona. It is to be known as the Ward Principals Section and will discuss problems that refer especially to the work of the ward schools in cities. There is a growing recognition of the importance of the grammar school period of school life and correspond ing efforts to strengthen the teaching of these grades. A grammar grade section was recently organized in the state association. Those who have admired the cast of a portion of Thorn vakden's "Tri umph of Alexander" which is shown in the lower hall of Garfield building will be glad to know that the entire work is now offered by the firm from which this was secured. Other sec tions will probably be secured for the decoration of this hall, as soon as it is found practicable. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ss. Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. , FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 18S6. (seal) A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. i (NOW MADE IN THE ORIGINAL POWELL. 5MITH & CO. FACTW AT KINGSTON. N.Y) Beyond DoubtTheBest5c Cte InTheVorldy0 THE NEV-CUMNOLAS-ARE- NOT- BANDED AKIEFER DRUG CO. imams. SOLE DISTRIBUTERS. Ov oo o o CA o- ov o UVVO-Aj AJ VU o mJ AJ o u o jj A. W. GREGG JOHN R ACKFRMAN V f CO Co Co I I I BS M 1 l J oo THIS IS EVERYBODY'S STORE There's no getting around it the bargains are here, and the people know it, too as proven bv the continuous crowds surging through the stora, rain or shine, in season and out. SPOT CASH BUYING and SPOT CASH SELLING give to you the most for your money more, much more tnan any other store can offer. And then besides, here you find everything. CARPETS, MATTINGS, RUGS AND DRAPERIES CO A Wedding With a Tint of Romance. Anderson, Ind., April 12. A pret ty romanee of much interest to the people of this part of the state, which began at the Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends, at Marion, last fall, has ended in the wedding of the Rev. William Sayre, pastor of the Frineds' church at Winchester, and Miss Flora Talbot, of Wabash. The young people first met at the yearly meeting. Miss Talbot was then a school teacher at Urbana. The wedding ceremony was performed in the Quaker church at Wabash. Co CO GO On This department is on the third floor, sboppers, as it is well lighted .... This section is situated most delightfully for all Granite Carpets at 25c Union Carpets, good patterns 38c C, C. Extra Super Carpets 50c Manchester all wool Carpets, gcod selection of patterns 60c Royal extra Super, best quality in grain, and choice new colors and patterns at 70c Tapestry Brussels, cew spriDg pat terns 68c Tapestry Brussels, elegant colorings and good patterns 75c Tapestry Brussels, special patterns, extra quality 85c Velvet Carpets, choice line to select from, a bargain at 98c Wilton Velvets, extra fine quality, aud all the new patterns at $1.15 Saxony Axminster, a choice line of special patterns at $1 . 20 We sell MattiDgs at 12i c, 15c, 20c and 25c Japan Mattings, fancy carpet pat terns at 25c Crex Grass Carpets at . . 38c Mill end Linoleums, worth 60c, at. . . . 40c Smyrna Ru?s at 98c, $1 48, $1 98. 12.98 Moquette Rugs $1, 11.93 and $3 50 Lace Curtains from 30c pair to $3 98 Tapestry Curtains from f 1 50 to $4 98 Swiss Curtains at 48c, 75c, 98.3 and $1.25 Rope Curtains at $1.98 to $2.98 Window Shades, all colors, 7 ft long, a 10c 25c Curtain Poles, white or oak, 4ft long . . 1 0c Carpet Sweepers at $2.50 Sash Rolls at 5c and ,-10c Carpet Paper, 2c, 3c and 5c yard We are sole agents for the cut order department of the Geo. F Otte Co , Cincinnati, Ohio, for their lite of Axminster Velvets. Body Brusselt, Tapestry and Ingrain, in all the latest up to-date patterns. Carpets made and laid by expert workmen. We give Trading Stamp3 with all purchases. 0 rL d cv OA pa p o c f ) x i ) THE HOOSIER, 6th & Main, Richmond, Ind. so If Tf I II it -J Ik lr h Mil , F 1 J -v H 1 mm The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. Thars is a disease prevailing in this :ountry most dangerous oecautroco deccp- 4t-X' live. Many s-jdden fl deaths arc caused by 4 l: 1 1 r.eart disease, ,7 r-:i - . 1 3 laiiura or apopjcxj r- are often the rcsul; cf kidney disease. I; kidney trouble is ai lowed to advance the kidne y-poisoned blood will attack the vital organs or th; lineys tnemselvas break down and wastf iVay coll by ccl!. Db.di;r troublc most always result frorr doranpement of ti kitneya and a cure U obtained quiw'"et by a proper treatme'it o' hz kidneys. If you are feeling badly yo an make no mistaW by taking Dr. Kilmer' 5van3p-Root, th great kidney, liver ar.r oliiddcr remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scald n pain in passing it, and overcomfcs tho anpieasant necessity of being compelled 1 jo often during1 the day, and to fct up men, .imcs during the night. Tha mild and tht extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soor realized. It Stands Xhz highstt fcr itr. von Jcrful cures of the mort distressing cscs. Svamp-Root is pleasant to take and sole ': -ill druggists, in fifty-cent and one-doHai -.ii-rt.-i bnttles. You mav ffj-KT have a sample bottle of this wonderful lew dis- ft:;'!fcw-:SH;Siiljj -wrvanH a h -iV that !s'.r?te? 1 1 lf t t. t 1 it kiis au aooai i, uom nm of Swamp-Hoot, sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co, Binghamton, N.' Y. When writing mention reading this f norous offer in this caoer. Rheumatism, indigestion, constipa tion, headache and stomach trouble positively prevented and cured by Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Keeps you well all summer. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Half the ills that man is heir to come from indigestion. Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach; makes indigestion - impossible. Colonist Tickets to West and North west via Pennsylvania Lines. One way second class colonist tick ets to California, the North Pacific Coast, Montana and Idaho will be sold via Pennsj'lvania lines from March 1st to April 30th, inclusive. For particulars apply to nearest Ticket Agent of those lines. A tonic for the aged and infirm. Gives strength and vital force to ev ery part of the body. A Spring tonic that makes sick people well. Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. E. B. Grosvenor M.D., Specialist OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 12 a. m. 7 to 8 p. m. 2 to 4 p. m.; SUNDAY 9 to 12 colonial Building, 7th and Main Sts. EYE EAR, I NOSE and THROAT SCIENTIFIC GLASS FITTING The floFthtJuesten Mutual-Iiifelns. Co J. O BARBER, General Agent, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Room 6 and 7 Kelly Bldg Richmond, ma. Drs Peterson 35 S OLTTH TENTH ST OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN- D it. C. M. Hamilton lO N. TENTH ST. Low Fares to Washington, D. C, via Fennsplvania Lines. April 10th, 1.1th and 12th, excur sion tickets to Washington, D. C, ac count Knights of Columbus meeting, will be sold via Fennsplvania' 1 .ines. For particulars regarding fares, time of trains, eri., consult nearest Ticket Agent of those lines. Perfect cleanliness, unremitting care, and strictly pure ingredients used in "Ideal Bread." ID fix Crovs ni Bridge Work. TSX COLONIAL. Dentist RIBS, SHOULDERS. PIGS FEET, On hand at all times Best family Lard in tlie city. Phones 1084 & 359 SohwegiTian's Meat Market