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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1904.
TAGH TWO HE APPEAL TO SHIPPERS shall have power to enforce it. Fourth: Then, pending appeals to the ooairts, the oi-ders of ihe commission shall be in effect." woken CHESTER. r mm WHO CANNOT BE CURED. Backed op by over a third of a century ci remarkable and uniform cures, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar, to women ever attained, the proprietors and makers of Ur. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering- to pay $500 in It pal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness, I'rolapus, or Falling of Womb, which they cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure. "I was a great sufferer for six years and doe U.Ted a!l the time with a number of physicians I'tit did not receive anv benefit," writes Mrs. George Sogden. of 641 Bonda Street, Saeinaw (fecnth). Michigan. I had given up all hope of rvtr getting better. Thought I would write to ycii. When I received your letter telling me wkat to do I commenced to take your ' Favorite Jiescnption and follow your advice. I have Uiken ten bottles in all, also five vials of the Pleasant Pellets.' Am now regular, after hav. Ig missed two years and suffered with pain in tue head and back. I was so nervous, could not eat or sleep. row 1 can thank you for mr recovery." ' Don't hesitate to write to Dr. R.V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N.Y., if you want gooc medical advice from a. fully qualified physician as to your per ponal good health. Such letters are always answered free of charge and confidentially. A medicine which has outsold all others for women in the past third of a century and being recommended by all tboe who have used it, it a good remedy to tie to. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion is purely vegetab'e and does not con tain a particle of alcohol to destroy the blood corpuscles and weaken the system, lio not permit the ealer to insult your intelligence by sugges ing some other com. peend which he recommends as "just at gut.!," because he mates fl himself. MANY LOCAL BUSINESS MEN RECEIVE CIRCULARS ,1.,-I,,;..X..I. .X..T..X..X..X. ,I.,IIII, -i-i-i- Public Sale Notes 1 j' ; -r jIf you are about t" hold a pub U J lie sile and exp;ct to take notes JL Troa should get the right kind o 4 j blanks. We keep blanks especially JU Tfor sales, and; you can wet your 5 supply here without charge. Ju Bri tig . the notes to us after the X sale and win collect them for you. J. . We also make loans on these notes ' Jwhen requested. T T v X T X STATE IS BRING FLOODED With Pamphlet by Indiana Shippers Association The Statement is Made. John Iliatt is dangerously sick with blood poisoning, starting freni a sore tinsrer. The swelling has reached the arm pit and today, Tues day, he is suffering intensely. Grandma Smith in company with her daughter Svdnenv visited with i "Will Davis and family at Kichmont Sunday. t r. 11- jj. i . ju-s. n an uoes not improve. Will Chenoweth's sale was largely , attended. The Ladies' Aid Society of I Whitewater M. K. church served din ner. J ney cleared the nice little sum of .flS. Mr. Chenoweth has-moved to north sixth street. Richmond. j Farr I razier went to Michigan Hie inuiana omnpers association iMomiav. lie aviji ship several car is flooding the state with a little loads of apples to Wilmington) pamphlet entitled, "The Transporta- Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Crampton, Mr.x tion Car, and Remedy." The pamph- and Mrs. Roy Xorris of Richmond let is a condensed statement of the were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. proposed railroad commission bill James Webster Sunday, which will be presented to the next Will Wesler lost two Ine coavs legislature. last week by accidental poisoning. Shippers, farmers, merchants and I'en Martin lost another fine horse manufacturers are advised to read Thursday. He foundered on green carefully the contents of the circular corn. and then have a heart to heart talk Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright visited with, their candidates for the State at Mr. Elleman's at Richmond Sun senate and the house of representa- day. lives. I Bessie Jordan is seriously sick at Manv local business men are in re- luehmond with typhoid fever. ceipt of these pamphlets. In part the circular says: "That conditions governing trans- Edith Menk is visiting Mrs. Syl via Smelser near Richmod. Orvile Sheiffer and Walter Huff- Go with th ie smoking of a good-cigar. Life, . viewed' through the fragrant smoke of the new CUB AN LA is well worth living. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE NEW CUBANOLA, the choicest 5 cent cigar now on the market. A. K.IEFER DRUG CO. Sole Distributors. Indianapolis portation generally in this state are man are enjoying their sight-seeing becoming intolerable is conceded by at St. Louis. all who are engaged in that business. Joe Thompson and wife. Will Wes There is an apparent lack of in- ler and wife returned from St. Louis formation in regard to the facts and Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. causes producing these conditions, Frank Warfel, Mr. and Mrs. Conklin which is unfortunate, and which has of Richmond kept the Wesler house delayed the accomplishment of relief. . during their absence, The prosperity and growth of our Miss Maple of Earl Ham was the First f National 4. T V j. Bank XRichmond, Ina. X HH 'I-H-I-WW BLAZE AWAY Who cares? I'm fortified with an "El orado" laundered collar, "The kind hat don't melt down." railroads are essential to the coun try's welfare. The interests of ship pers and carrier are too intimately related for one to seek the injury of the other. The shipper, however, has rights that he must protect. "Four important features are in volved in the transportation question frceording to the views of shippers. First: That all shippers shall be treated alike; in other words, that the carriers shall charge a like amount for like services, under similar con ditions to everybody. Second: That such power be given a commission that when an injustice is done, either to the railroads, to the shippers, or to communities affected, to say what would be right in. the premises, and to enter an order, stating what is right and reasonable, as between feb. lows in the North and East. I don't order has been made the commission guest of Alsea Kindall over Sunday. m Better Than Pills. The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the or dinary cathartic and liver pills? Our answer is They are easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and so agreable that one hardly realizes that it is produced by a medicine. They not only move the bowels but improve the ap petite and' aid the digestion. For sale at 25 cents per bottle by A. G. Lu ken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, corner Fifth and Main streets. , f Dyspepsia bane of human exist ence. Durdock Blood Bitters cures it, promptly, permanently. Regulates and tones the stomach. Do You Want a Stove? Buy a - - Pe o i p's u D a r Satisfaction Guaranteed 150 Styles To Select From v., FVSfS1 PENNSULAR JONES HARDWARE CO. ooo Th Prim ooo The Eldorado steam Laundry No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147 Eichnord, Indiarj Harness For Show and harness for eve'y day use mean a dif ference in quality in some makes here they are identical in strength and dura bility. More style, of course, in fancy driving harness, but all our harness is made from good stock, 'and every set maintains our repu tation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse equipments at very moder ate prices - - - - The Wiggins Co. -Oka f.' -is- 47 Cooking Exhibits all this week. Hot Biscuits and Coffee Served Free. III 1 iL i PL- f 5 TT J Daring this exhibit we willgive away a set ol heavy steel ware MILLS .. W m j.rTFnge&co. I m No.l6S'7thSt- M ?k T0PH0NEN950o JZf A 1 5 s o e 1 R rr jr.' mm v s 1.' V ' TtT I FT1 i To the one holding the lucky number. Also a set of ware with each Raugre sold. He viest and best Material. Handsomest Finish. Eco nomical in Fuel. It will pay you to come. U 77 D) BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH t n r7 rz 1 r