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SXOmiOin) DAILY PALLAPIPIXt FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1904. , GENERAL ROUND UP .. f win wium a wi my appease Mfau gradually decreased and 1 Lm. Wlthia fourteen mlu t ' ai enjoyed good health until about two year S when I noticed my back began to ache fre nentlr: ft became aore and lame, and headache wo added to my misery: alao found that my general health diminished. I became thin and weak, and nervous. baring; severe pains at recu. hr intervals," writes Mrs. Augustus Kmory, Treasurer New Century Club, 34 Dean street (Xexburyl Boston, Mass. She continues: "My c wit ten Detore had seemed an easy task seemed like heavy burden. I decided try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which 1 or my frtenos nmsea so hnrhlr I felt came back, ue : enjoyed sound Y.mn enannletet arv health. " X seemed built an Mew. - 1 ! m . . mmj ptuac, woks on dcch vctK pecama aor. snal, and hew life animated my entire bdns;. 1 gladly endorse your medicine.0 Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription sestores .weak and sick women to sound kealth, by curing the local womanly dia. oaoea which are generally responsible for Ike failure of the general health. A worn aa's entire being is centered in her worn sly nature. When the delicate womanly wrganism is attacked by disease; when there is irregularity or a disagreeable drain; when inflammation burns and ulcers gnaw Ifce general health will reflect the progress tit disease, in increasing weakness, nerv ousness, backache, headache, loss of appe tite sad sleeplessness. - So sure of it is the World's Dispensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y., pro yrietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion, that they offer $500 reward for women who cannot be cured of Ieucorrhea, Fe male weskness. Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb. All they ask is a fair and reasons We trial of their means of cure. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate the sttasch, liver and bowels, Naoal CATARRH In all Its stages there skoald bo c lesnlinsn -J ZljH Cream Balm eleansea, soothes and boals las assessed xneaiane. It cores catarrh sod drives wy a sold In the head kky. Cream Balm Is placed into the nostrils, spreadi tver the msmbrsns and is absorbed. ' Beilsf Is lm mudfsts sad s curs follows. It Is not ctrymg doe TwC produce neealng. Large Size, W cents at Drug Kts or by mall; Trial 8ie, 10 cents by maiL JELT BBOTHEBS M wsrren StneU New York IVoman Ulatereated aad should know a boot the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray The new VtefaJ ft-Thc. nof ana atwtton. hm ar est Moat Convenient. It tliimil IHUaUl, .it r rtkmwt anpply the JDa.BVKI, cwit no ' MltV hat. mmntX .f i r fnw allftrld boofc-tJl. Itglvea vtktesMeto l4ic. M.tKVKL CO.. ill At. 1 mmtmj I I '"Jf Ml t. strict an. y r . chimim. It .ICSlTWEvmCKEMICALCa. MEN AND WOMEN De Big W for nnnatnra dieherKe.inilani(.tion 'rritittiona or ulceration of mo coo ruembritu Pi", wo. iMt Mtrin , gout or poinouous. Wold by rtraaelafa. o, tent ia plu wrapper T "-anr-. rr fo 1.00. r 3 l-.ftlm S2.73. Circuln- lit 011 regno f CMICHCSTCR'S CNGU3H r CHICHEMTEII'S KNilJSU URB m4 4M MtUu twiM. ia.i. vhkk'MiiMML raka mm 1. RfM llmttMtM m4 1H Monk m. Ymr Irftrtt r t 4. h -p fcr Part IrvUkra. 'I'Mrtf ) Rllr for L-Mlt-Mk bt, k r tmrm Mali. l.tHM WtMra. k alt Pnicin--. ; kUalrr I knalnl ( MaSfaaa ti.r. A. W f .1 s s uw. Ssasnat OR. laFRiriCfl'5 D conpouiia siastxpfMry rvjruUtor; 29ets. DturrUtltrn - SiiwSWC frae. DH. tukrKAMCO. JtaUUala. . BKSr rORi i i an emeus and theatrical routes. FAIR and CONVENTION DATES. f ARKS-CARNIVALS-CELEBRATIONS Advance fiews concerninc things theat rical in al fields, vis: Dramatic, Vaude ville, Musical. Minstrel, Operatic and ntorlesqoe. . . .. .. . . THE RECOGNIZEO ORGAN OF THE THEATRICAL PROFESSION OF AMERICA. 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Millikau, Joseph H. Mills, John C. Highley, Geo. C. Mt- Cullough, Earl W. Coate, Herbert Green, Chas. Crivel, Eli Ryder, W. W. Tallant, Ei-'ille Lockwood, Rich ard Lockwood, Dr. Edwin W. Greene Joseph L. Smith, Philip S. Worrall, Seth P. Watson, Chas. L. Wolfer, Geo. Hervey, Samuel Wolf, Will Bussen, John Carpenter, Alonzo Davis, L. C. Hoover, E. H. Stegman, Joseph Thomas, William Unthi.nk. Peter Schatel, Ebon Louek, Theo Hill, Edwin Klute, Lee Thomas, W. L. Lancaster, Harmon Kinker, W. H. Cook, Lafe Larsh, N. S. Cox, Ed. Powell, James Van Sant, Ed. Diltta man, Elmer Eggemeyer, A. W. Her" pleman, R. B. Page, George W. Peelle, W. W. Alexander, James B. Bryant. Al Brown. W. H. Baughman, Wm. Culbertson, Oscar E. Dickinson. T. H. Doan, Benj. B. Duke, Henry P. Erk, J. C. Evans, M. L. Grose, Frank Thomas, Albert Bennett, John Burdsall, Bert Conkle, Chas. Clemens, E. A. Elmore, Henry Fuller David Guyer, B. C. Hill, C. P. Hor-man,-Gus Meyer, J; S. Iredell, Geo. Irwin, John W. Tingle, Reece Cad wallader, G. U. Avey J. B. Howes, C. B. Unthank, Samuel Knerso, Ste phen Thomas, William Kirman, W. P. Cook, J. S. Ostrander, S. C. Byer, W. W. Hollopeter, BertGrawford, A. M. McPherson, Chas. Walters, William Grimes, E. E. Bostle, Isaac Newby, W. J. Robie, W. W. Webb. The Best Liniment. "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is considered the best liniment on the market,", write Post & Bliss, of Georgia, Vt. No other liniment will heal a cut or bruise so promptly. No other affords such quick relief from rheumatic pains. No other is so valuable for deep seated pains like lame back and pains in the chest. Give this liniment a trial and become acquainted with its remark able qualities and you will never wish to be without it. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main streets." www IGNORANCE OR MENDACITY WHICH? From letter of William K. Curtis in the Chicago Record- Herald: "Ths stetsmsnts Judgs Par- ksr utters (in his spssch on the Phillppinss) are so false and absurd and ridiculous that he deserves more pity than blame. For example, he tells us that 'Ws have wasted over $660,000,000 of the people's money and sacrificed over 200,- 000 lives' in the Philippines. At the outside figures the total expenditurea of the United States government since Ad- mi. -a I Dewey entered the bay of Manila with his fleet have been under $225,000,000, includ- ing the $20,000,000 paid to ; Spain. "His assertion that 200,000 lives have been sacrificed la even more absurd and ssnsa- tional, and it would not be true if every man soldier, sailor or civilian who has gone to the Philippine Archipelago for any reason since May 1, 1898, had died and was buried there. The ' total number of deaths from all causes in the army in the Philippine Islands during the; six years of American occupa- - tlon is 1S5 sfficsrs and 4,7it men. "Here you will psresive that Judge Parker has either bssn '' betrayed or is guilty' of gross ; 'prevarication. Whichever way you look at it, everybody will agree that such absurd and reek lees statements do not res- mend the man for president of 4 the United States." blood mmm Skjn Humours, Scalp Humours, Hair Humours, Whether Simple Scrofulous or Hereditary Speedily Cured by Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills, When All Other Remedies and Best, Physicians Fail. xonpiETE TRisjnEriT. $ i.oo. In the treatment of torturing, disfig uring, itching,' scaly, crusted, pimply," blotchy and scrofulous humours of the skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills have been wonderfully successful. Even the mo9t obstinate of constitutional hu mours, such as bad blood, scrofula, in herited and contagious humours, with loss of hair, glandular swellings, ulcere ous patches in the throat and mouth, sore eyes, copper-colored blotche, as well as boils, carbuncles, scurvy, sties, ulcers and 90res arising from an Im pure or impoverished condition of the blood, yield to the Cuticura Treatment, when all other remedies and methods fail. And greater still, if possible, is the wonderful record of cures of torturing, disfiguring humours among infants and children. The suffering which Cuti cura Soap and Ointment have alleviated among the young, and the comfort they have afforded worn-out and wor ried parents, have led to their adoption in countless homes us priceless cura tives for the skin and blood. Infantile and birth humours, milk crust, scall head, eczema, rashes ami every form of itching, scaly, pimply skin and scalp humours, with loss of hair, of infancy-, and childhood, are sjwedily, perma nently and economically cured when all other remedies suitable for clnldrea. aud even the bet physicians, fail. 1 I hT vn lifting Oasoaret for !notnnia. with wliii-i I hare teeu aflli-tM lurover tweuiv )--arn, n,- . ?" ar thai l'asrttr-ts huvo givKn uie morn rlif than any othrr rompily j hivx rrrr trioit. I flia'.l certainly rei-omini-nil them to lliy frienii aa bumg all they aru reprcsetiUd." Thos. Gillard. Elgin. I1L Best For The Dowels Plaant, Palatable. Potent. Taut Good. Poflroil, fer Sirkeu. Weaken or Oripe. 10c. Hu-. Ni-ver old in bulk. 1'Iim ft-imiiin tudlet iIhi.ii,.,.i UuarautoeU to vara or j our money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 597 AUUUALSALE, TEM MILUOH BOXES rous Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Pleasant to Take. The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufac ture of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple sy rup, making it quite pleasant to take. Mr. W. L. Roderick, of Pooles ville, Md., in speaking of this remedy says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with my childen for several years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know of. The children like to take it and it has no injurious after effect. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main streets. Weak Wen wade Vigo rrwr u ytMir nnpxr must What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did! 'It acta powerfully and quickly. Cures wben all otbera fall. Young men regain lost inanbood: okl tuea recover TouUtal vigor. Absolutely iur antd to Car MrToaana, Loit Vitality. impoMary, ?iigairiy Kmutigw.i.Hi rower. ltr MX, Fmillng Memory, Wsstintr ! mm, on4 aU tftcU of ulf-abMmt or excttM aud indUcrtHon.. Wards off Insanity and consumption. Dont let draggirt Impose m worthless autetlttite 00 you beoaose it yields a greater profit. Insist on hav ing t-KPVKK't M EKVIOOK, or send tor it Can be carried In Test porket. Prepaid, plain wrapper, fl per box. or e for $5, with A Wrlttn Owr onto to tar - Kefaad Monojr. lunpniet rre CKPF1SH MEDICAL AtfS'M. CltleaKO. 111. FOB SALE BY A. G. LUKEN & GO. Quick Arrest. J. A. Gulled ge, of Verbent, Ala., was twice in the hospital from a se vere case of piles causing 24 tumors After doetors and all remedies fail ed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve gnickly arrested further inflammation and cured him. It conquers aches and kills pain. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co's. Look at th' Record. During the period of Republican con trol of tate affair beginning with 1895 the valuation for taxation of cor porate property in Indiana has been .creased by the Board of State Tax Commissioners 21 per cent. During the same period the valuation of farm lands and improvements has been in creased in half tnat proportion, or lOi per cent. A vote for Republican atate and legislative candidates is a vote in favor of making corporate property bear its Just share of the public burdens. Made Young Again. "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me iu my 'teens' again," writes D. H. Turner, of Dempseytown, Pa. They are the best in the world for Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Purely veget able. Never gripe. Only 25 cents at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. Hundreds of lives saved year by rear bv having Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the house just when it is need ed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts wounds of every sort. Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones. Easily cared. I)oan?s Ointment never fails. Instant relief, permanent cure At any drug store, 50 cents. MONEY LOANED Li. From 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Arency, Main and Seventh streets. FIHE'S PHARMACY. It yon want quality In rubber goods. Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, cr a Combination Water Bottle and Fountain Douche, . We carry no second quality to offer at a cut price. We cm jrlre you anything you want in the Rubber line Strictly nothing shoddy at LEO R FIHE'S PHARMACY., 830 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES. ii t I t ' V -J ZD W 1 1 U MI M 111 II H'n nil I ! H"1-H-H"1 1 1 FBIL WEIGHT, FUEE-FIldn-DIIlX O O Ii you buy Irom FBSILER :.fe .(& : Give them an order and be convinced. Doth Fhoneo 1x5 51a A oU H4 iirw-i H t rin 1 1 ih-h i i..m. 111 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o O O OO OOO 000000000000 That is what you pet when you apply to us for a loan. We loan you any amount from 15 up, for frrra 1 week to 1 year, on your horse and bupgy. piano, household poods, live tock or any chattel, mortpape security, without removal, at the VERY LOWEST RATE of interest. You can pay us back weekly, monthly or any way you like, and we will make your payments so easy and so srf all you can easily meet them. 10 cents is a weekly payment on a $25 loan, and $1 on a f50 loan. Other amounts in like proportion. We guarantee to loan money on diamonds and watches at ONE HALF the rate you pay similar concerns. We now loan monev in Centerville, Cambridge City, Milton, Dublin, Eaton, New Paris and all tewes n 1 the 1 Interurban roads. Letter and 'phone applicatioLS receive our prompt attention. All business strictly confidential. . The Indiana Loan Co., Home Phone 1341 Colonial build 1"C: 3d floor, Rooms 40 and 41. (Mention Palladium.) 00 000 60 0 0 O O O O O O O OXJ r, 00 o o a So o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o X i It's a Good Sign of the high rade of the coal we sell and of the excellence of oar methods that our customers stay with us year in aad year out. They don't go around making experiments, or trying to get more coal or better coal for their money. They are sure they feel no un uncertainty. An army of pleased and satisfactory custom ers is me oest advertisement a nosuien have. Haokman, Klohfoth & Co. Pb9f 219-419 DR J. A. WALLS At home offke Mooday, Tuesday, Fri day and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One ZIontn'D Treatment P11BC1 Ur TDCATQ QIIPPFQQPIII I V J1 form- of Cbronie THim Oit rwW tit I 11 CM I O OUOULOOrULLT IISEASBti OF TBR THKOAT. LCNtiH, K1I JK YS, LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, aad all DIHKAHKi? OP TUK BLOOD. Spilepsy (or falling fits). Cancr, Scrotala, Prirate aad Nvnrona Ditam. Femal Di. N1M xm. Lom of Vitality from iadlocretiona ia youtb or matorcr jeara, Puen, Pltul. FlMur au4 rlcrtion of th Rwtntn. withont detntion from bosineM. ' RITHTTRE 1-OKITIVE1.T CUBED AND UCAlArTKl'D. It '"ill b to your innrwt to eonaolt tha Doctor if yo are affariBf from dla And if h cannot enre yoa he will toll yon ao at one. Remember ta lime aad place. Will return arery four waeka. mice and Laboratory. No. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICHID, Lf:i D r E. E. Pierce Dr. L. S. Chenowcth DENTISTS? Rooms 44-45, Colonial Building. Third Floor Elevator. Home phone 1637 ........ . K.TX--JL- t .. , Doctors Recommend It as a tonic for both sexes, and as a nourisher and strengthener tor ailing women Richmond Export beer. It "fills the bill" and lessens the doctor'a bill, does RICHMOND EXPORT BEER, and, unliktr many medicines, it's pleas ant to take. Ask any one who knows anything about Richmond Export beer Minck Brewing Co.. PHONES -NEW. 42: OLD, 301 R.