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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904.
ETC70. Si CURES DYSPEPSIA Forty Yoars a Sufferer Rooa tt hat Parr Pavr Did for Him The Honorable Samuel W. Lane, of Augusta, Me , is a national figure of such prominence that he needs no introduction ntnnrhands. He nave: "I am pleased to state that I have been using Mun yon'a Paw Paw for two months with the greatest benefit. I have been a sufferer for forty years from Malaria and Dyspep sia, and lor tne cure 01 IQB Ullicr, i wu' eI.Ut Pq Paw absolutely uneaualled." Don't let the skeptical stop you rrom making a trial of Paw Paw to-day. You're the one that is most interested. If you have Dyspepsia, If you are Nervous, If you can't sleep, If you are weak, If you need a tonic, Don't fail to cet a bottle of Paw Paw. You will begin to improve from the first dose. Sold Dy all druggists. Large bot tle, $1 Paw Paw Laxative Pills, 25c a bottle. ART AND : - ESTHER GRIFFIN WHITE ARTIST S One of the most attractive cata- jury is shown by the fact of the se ines received by this column this lection o seven of his pictures out. of 6) TO ATTAIN Good Health Take VITONA AND TO MAINTAIN Good Health Cling to VITONA GOOD HEALTH makes human life more happy. It is c duty we owe not only to ourselves, but to our children that we carefully watch our health. Many thousand miserable, unhappy invalids have been restored to robust health simply because they took Vitoxa, many of whom might never have recovered had they failed to do so. Vitoxa is the wonderful discovery of an eminent physician that, when all else ails, will vitalize the blood, makeitcir culate and make it pure. Vitona wil tone up the liver, and make digestion more thorough. Vitona repairs over strained nerves, and mends a broken down constitution. Vitona strengthens the kidneys, cures catarrh of the blad der, and lame back. Vitona makes the old feel young. ( Robert S. Redway of Kent, O., writes: "My wife and I owe ten thousand thanks to the discoverer of Vitona. No other remedy we ever tried so pleased us or has been so productive of positive re sults. Instead of our continuing weak and nervous, instead of longer suffering from indigestion, aching kidneys and a hundred other symptoms of miserable health, we are both as well as our hearts could desire. Half the time I was too sick to work, and more than half the time my wife felt too bad to get out of bed. All is now changed and Vitona made the change." Vitona costs one dollar a bottle orsfx bottles for five dollars, and while Thk 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. year was that of the recent exhibition of the Academy of Fine Arts in Phil adelphia, in which Mr. Bundy was represented as referred to several times here. There seems to be dis cord in the artistic camp of the city of brotherly love, with the academy on the one hand and a sort of "seces sion" known as the American Art Society, or some name of that sort, on the other, but at this distance it is" impossible to decide upon the merits or demerits of " either faction. Even if one wanted to, which is problemat ical. But fusses are boring and no one much outside Philadelphia cares. All the country does know is that the Academy gives each season the really most important and representative exhibition of American art in the United States, and that it certainly possesses discrimination and a pro gressive spirit is shown m the invi tation to Mr. Bundy who is becom ing known as one of the leading land scapists of the West and that means, of course, of this country. The amu sing spectacle is yearly made in .ew York- of :i lot of New York artists who have arrogated to themselves the comprehensive title of "The Society of American Artists," making an ex hibit which one not knowing the lit tle world outside New York might think a representative showing of the work of the artists of the United Spates. But then the most provin cial town in this country is NeAv York and its denizens the most pro vincial people. Those who are truly cosmopolitan who reside within its borders came from shall we say In dianaor Europe or any place else outside New York. But this is rather beside the remarks first made anenfc the Academy of Fine Arts in Phila delphia, an institution of national scope in its exhibitions. nineteen from Indiana for the gener al Fine Arts Section at the St. Louis i s Exposition. The Sketch Club had on its year program an exhibition of paintings on ivory and art glass for its April exhibit, but gave, instead, the public meet last week with a talk by Frank Bowers on "Cartoons and Cartoon ists," which was the first thing of the sort that has ever been given here, because this entertainment should not be confused with what are called "chalk talks," the latter being an inferior form of illustrated lecture or more appropriately ternjed ' ' talk. The writer, as secretary of the club, secured an interesting exhibition of favrile glass and windows from Tif fany's but this has been turned over to Mrs. Lewis D. Stubbs, President. of the Club, for inclusion in her ceramic exhibit in June. If the exhibit had been given in place of the talk, many beautiful miniatures those done on ivory would have been displayed as a large number from various quarters had been secured. The club was also as previously stated here offered the exhibit of water colors by Nakakawa, the Japanese artist, and several por- praits by Walter Oilman Page, the well known portraitist, for exhibit in April but on account of its other en gagement, could not take advantage of these generous profferings. this number, and "Paris as a Demo cratic city : Its present ; Aspect," translated from the French by Irene Sargent, will interest many. Other il- j luminal ing and interesting articles are: "The Photo-Secession; A New Pictoral Movement ; ' ' " Enamel and Enamelers ; " . '-The Founding of the Spanish Missions in California ; ' ' "The California Art of. Stamping and Embossing Leather;" "Recent; Ex amples of English Decoration ; ' ' with book reviews, etc, "Artistic Dress for Children," by Janet Payne Bow les will interest many people, Mrs.' Bowles being the wife of Mr. Joseph' Bowles who formerly conducted that most beautiful of art magazines ever got out in this country "Modern Art," published in Indianapolis and transferred from thence to Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Bowles are now living in New York. " i PATENTS can le patented. Small improve ments and simple inventions have made much money for the inven tors. We develope your ideas or assist youm improving your invention. We takeout patents in United States, Can ada and foreign countries. Our terms are reasonable. Marlatt & Dozler, 42-43 Color taj Bldg. Htohmon The Richmond Business College will give i "Our enemies are the people we have helped." Thus the Sage of East Aurora. Perhaps Elbert Hubbard may be something of a charlatan ami possiblv a bit of a vulgarian and may be even regarded as somewhat of a fraud when it comes to his "art works," as much that pertains to the arts is frequently denominated be cause he certainly does produce many artistic anomalies in the way of books but never theless Fra Alber tus has an amusing way of slashing round with that good blade, his ton gue, that only infrequently fails to hit something hard. The fact is that Elbert Hubbard tells the truth, un blushingly and it must be added, gleefully and with a certain fiendish pleasure, and people don't like the truth. They will laugh at Frau El bertus so long as his sledge hammer is directed at some one else but if they themselves get a blow now and then they rise up and cry "oh, what n Early in the season this column called attention to a small exhibition of pictures of cowboys and Indians done by the well known actor, Maclyn Arbuckle, in the peculiar medium of grease paint. He now has on exhibi tion more of these pictures and in ad dition, a portrait of himeslf all of which is attracting a good deal of at tention in the metropolis. Mr. Ar- j buckle is the leading figure in that most amusing comedy by Ade, "The County Chairman" which was seen in Indianapolis early in the dramatic season and which had a highly suc cessful run in New York; - On the 20th there will be a recep tion and private view of the pictures to be exhibited at the annual of the American Water Color Society in the galleries of the American Art Asso ciation, New York, the display to con tinue until the 14th of May. The coming exhibition promises to be one of the best given by this organization in years and is in the general charge of Mr. Carlton T. Chapman the well known painter. The French Minister of Public In struction has commissioned Paul Ad am, the sculptor, to come to this country and study the effect of French influence on American art. A contemporary says that he comes too late as that influence is not now a is WORSE EVERY YEAR. Plenty of Richmond Readers Have the Same Experience. Don't neglect an acrmg back. It will get worse every year. Back ache is really kidney ache. x To cure the back you must cure the kidneys. If you don't other kidney ills fol low. Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright 's disease. A Richmond citizen tells you, how the cure is easy. Mr. D. Cassel, 711 south eighth street, employed at the ichmond Cas ket Company's factory, corner south ninth and A streets, says: "For sev eral years I was bothered with my kidneys and the trouble no doubt, was aggravated by the frequent heavy lift ing and carrying I do at my work. 1. was a constant worry to me. Persist- jent dizzy headaches also bothered me and although I used a great many dif ferent remedies at different times I did not receive and apparent benfit. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and got a box at A. G. Luken's drug store aud used them. They certainly did me a great deal of good." 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. NOBBY SPRING SUITS AND . . TOP COATS Our Spring Suits are decidedly well made They contain all the qualities appreciated by good dressers. The new effects are in single and double breasted sack suits. j They are made with the broad shoulder effect and the collar that hugs the neck closely. Price Range, $8.50, $10, $12 $15 $18.50 and $29 LOEHR & KLUTE m 1 Theodore Pidcock, a Washington (N. J.) farmer, claims to have the oldest plow in America. He has also many other old farming implements and the lot will be shown at the St Louis fair. There is Nothing So Good. as Vitona for building up a broken down constitution, for making men and women feel as they should feel, becaue it makes the blood circulate and makes it' pure. Have you weak nerves? Vitona will make them strong. When appetite fails, when food distresses you, when the kidneys etc., become inactive, Vitona will save you. One sample bottle proves its merit. Alford Drug Co., agents Oswald Fritz Bilse, the German ex- lieutenant who is now undergoing his six months' punishment for publish ing a novel of garrison life, is only twenty-six years old. He is the ;o:i J A 01 tne head master ot a school in Thuringen. 10 SHOE BARGAINS FOR 10 DAYS AT afarraan's t I I I I I 718 MAIN STREET Men's button low shoes, hand sewed, seamless vamp, pretty toe and last, now $3.00 Men's patent colt low shoes, hand welt, worth $3.5'J, now $2.50 Men's imitation welt, high or low shoes iz patent colt or kid, at $2.15 a Par Ladies' $3.00 kid shoes now $2.25' Ladies' low shoes, hand turn, the $2 50 grade now $1 98 Misses' shoes, the $1.25 grade now 98c Pak Men's low shoes in tan, our line at $3.00 a pafr FRED C. LAHRMAN, 718 Main Street. 1 1 Sciatic Rheumatism Cured. "I have been subject to sciatic rheumatism for years, says E. H. Waldron, of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My joints were stiff and gave me much pain and 'discomfort. My joints 2 ua o Kol TYln!,, "Your ene ' ' . . WAmmnnr Ana M ato onrl TV) "T0 mies are tne people you nave ueipeu. , . . , . i, fTOO.i ivmerica aeveiopini us own an, uoui Many can rise up and salaam toward . . 1 " ' . ... u.Bna ' embrvonic and that already here, and East Aurora upon this utterance., J .... - most nappuy uiu nine nas ijasseu And many more work it into a nice . . . , , , , ., when an artist must have the stamp Kill . 1 1 .-. ,1 vlnSiA 1 rn Q T f 11 G I 1 t, 1 , -n of Partisan approval before he could would crack when I straightened up, sins point on the wall where it will . . Kt . . . pi , , . , . a . . 1 . . . . . , i ti i hone to win an audience in this eoun- 1 used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and nans: as a warning, ivu nan 10 iasu - . . . " , , i n (try. Or at least a remunerative audi Aurora, then, where dwells a man t ence and be, at least tells the truth a good deal of the time. And people do not like the truth. - Miss Janet Scudder, who has been Per Cent. Di.ount Off all tuition during the Summer School, beginning May 2. Send for circulars. AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF GERMANY Losses paid Over $50,000,000 Insurance in force $1,402,129,952 T.R.WQODHURST The following item clipped from a metropolitan paper will be of inter est to readers of this column : The Empress Eugenie, in compli- mennonea m rne papers ir.u we consented to nfc to the Cit being a guest in mchmona ana man, parig the crad,e of the prince Im anapohs, is one of the best known or . , , . . ... penai. me young uipue u tu u- Thig higtoric S0UVnir wllien the try, being a native of this state, her r. f p . , crt n home in Terre Haute where she will thfl 0(1asion of thfl birth of her go from Indianapolis. She has re- . , . . fi , . . , cently had a studio in New York but - . r!,rnj,V!,lof TVTnco,irT1 Th goes abroad again soon for another cradIe of the Prince Imperial is con. penoa oi siuay. m.ss OCuuu w, si(iered a masterpiece of decorative pupu vl iuat-uiumuw, flrt It wag designated by Baltard American sculptor, perhaps the best an(J .g in the form of & Qn the known generally over the country . . ... . n,Utrnrit, firure through his work at the World s of the CHy of paHg holdin? with up Fair, and has herself done some ex- ;f. , Titw1 rmwn. cellent work in public monuments, ' which supports the curtain9. Four notably the figure "Miss Indiana as raedallions were desi?ned by Hippo- 13 caiiea wnicn lPs ine ou,uie",lvte Flandrin, the chased work is bv and Sailors Monument in Indianapo- rn-nt.Mpilr:rft anA tha nnintr hv ,. . .... ... j. t ' '"a us as stated in tnis paper a lew days since a few of Miss Scudder's casts and photographs of her work were displayed at the last meeting of the Sketch blub. The writer has frequently main tained the supremacy of Forsyth as a technician among Indiana artists and and have been thoroughly cured. Have not had a pain or ache from, the old trouble for many months. It is cer tainly a most wonderful liniment." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL COLISEUM Richmond, Ind. EVENINGS, MAY 4th AND 5th -AFTERNOON, MAY 5th Chicago Symphony Orchestra Soloists and Cliorus ol 250 Voices Simart. The April number of "The Crafts man" is well worth the reading, its cover being unique in design and ef fective in color. Another bookplate article called "The Bookplate Idea, Illustrated by Western Designers," that his work is highly regarded by a, is one of the interesting features' of Andrew Carnegie has the best col lection of autographs of crowned heads and famous persons in contem porary history. There are frequently not only signatures, but also letters written to him on variuos subjects. Serious Stomach Trouble Cured. I was troubled with a distress in my stomach, sour stomach and vomit ing spells, and can truthfully say that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me. Mrs. T. V. Williams, Laingsburg, Mich. These tablets are guaranteed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this char acter. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, fifth and Main streets. SEASON TICKETS $200 Including Reserved Seat ON SALE AT Starr Piano Co., Main and Tenth; E; J. Humpe, 807 Main; Clara T. Moormann. 520 Main: Ells ood Morris & Co . zu main; Jones Ward ware C-o.; water worKs Unices Nicholson Bros., 729 Main. In 183, in Germany, 1.500,000 trees are said to have been destroyed in the Hartz forest alone by two small species of beetles. The larvae burrow beneath the bark and t'.us cause the injury to the browing ireos. Ideal Bread stands unequaled. Manager Wanted. Truth worthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this country and adjoining territory for well and fa vorably known house of solid finan cial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary and expenses, paid each Mon day by check direct from headquar ters. Expense money advanced. Po sition permanent. Address Manager, 810 Como Block, Chicago, HI. l-21t Eat you "Ideal Bread" it is a duty owe your stomach. $1.00 $1.0ft ROUND TRIP To MUNCIE MARION, PERU and intermediate points Sunday, April 24th Via CC&L Train leaves at 10:45 a. m., returning ar rive in Richmond at 8:15 p. m. Hotn: C. A. 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