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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1904.
PR
Backed tip by over a third of a century
f remarkable and uniform cures, a record
nch as no other remedy for the diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to women ever
attained, the proprietors and makers of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offering' to pay $500 in
legal money for any case of Leucorrhea,
Female Weakness, Prolarpsus, or Fallings of
Womb, which they cannot cure. AH they
ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their
means of cure.
Very often a married woman or young
firl does not know who to turn to for ad
vice in circumstances where she dislikes to
talk with the family physician about deli,
eate matters. At such times write to Dr.
R. V. Pierce, chief consulting: physician to
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
f Buffalo, N. Y., for free consultation and
advice, and the same will be held as sa
credly confidential. It is foolish to consult
women friends or persons without medical
training;.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription con
tains no alcohol, is entirely vegetable and
was the first exclusively woman's tonic on
the market it has sold more largely in
the past third of a century than any other
medicine for women.
All other compounds intended for women
nly are made with' alcohol, or alcohol is a
large component this alcohol injures the
nerves. The little red corpuscles of the
Mood are shrunken by alcohol. All such
no pounds, therefore, do harm.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate
1he stomach, liver and bowels. Use them
with the "Favorite Prescription " when a
Mil is required. One is laxative, two, a
Mia cainariic.
Nasal
CATARRH
In all its stages there
ribould be cleanliness.
Hj'g Cream Balm
ieanses, soothee and heals
the difieated membrane.
3t cores catarrh and drives
way cold in the bead
. . CreauvBalm ! placed Into the nostrils, spread
cr the membrane and is absorbed. Belief U im
mediate aaJ a core follows. It is not drying doe
ot produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drag'
twit or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by maiL
JILT BROTHERS. 6 Warren Street. New York
My
Every Woman
let lntoiu.il am! aK-vMM .
auejvewvvcw ptriuu ailUW
. kbout tbe wonderfol
MARVEL Whirling Spray
Tne new titim! Ryrisr. nr-
fum ant flvrtvm. Best Mar
ket Most Convenient.
M raar 4rvrkt tor It
lis he cannot aunnlv the
HAUVtCL,, accept uo
liutr. but imnU utauiD for
Uloslratrd Ixiok mM. Helves
tan particulars and rtlwi tiiim tn.
Vftlosbl to liMtu-n. M A IIVKJC CO.,
Uiag., Ken York.
t 1 It i 4.-.
floirsniwd
BTHEfVANSCHCMiCAlCo.
L CINCINNATI,
. tt. A.
1
MEN AND WOMEN.
Ce Bii? ii for nu natural
dincliTKNt,iutlAniinations,
'rritutions or ulceration!
of nt n c o a membranes.
PiiiriJpxH, ufid not astrin
gent or poi-onon.
Sold by Draniili,
o. sent n plain wrapper
by exr)B. prepaid, for
S:.00. I. r 3 bottles J2.75.
Clrcula- tent on rejue
CHIOHtvI'LII a 4.M&U3M
EH HYRQYAL PILLS
VriirlBttl and Only CaIh.
iVt CHIt IIIWI ISII'S KXjUSl
In UKIt ani oM aictalllp (kiin.
lhb ue rtvitm.. I'kLii hu thcr. Kofnm
I n PaStlttloa ! fsntta
tt.no. Hiiy of ynur livir(tti. st wo t 4. ii
unm lor I'artl'iiUra, Tetlilal;
ad "RMr fr l.Hr.n Uut, bj rr
turn Mali. I . I ntltunolal. Sol.l b
DraMion. 4 hlrhMtr Cneaaloal Po.
Uiwuir Madlaaa usr. I'lUl.A.-
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Table Corn Meal:
Custom Grinding
a specially
: LETTER LIST
, The follow ing letters remain - in
'the Richmond post office delinquent:
Ladies' List.
Bakery Delia.
Bunnell, Grace.
Burgess, Floren"'
Dennison, Mrs. E. P.
Miller, Miss Mary Price.
Ryan, May.
Smith, Mattie E.
St. Clair, Gertie.
Savage, Mrs. E. C.
Sanford, Mrs. Sallie.
Tracy, Mrs. J. N.
Young Mrs. Caroline.
Gentlemen's List.
Clark, Burt.
Capleston, II.
Craig, Frank.
Engle, F.
Fulkner, "Willie.
Green, Moses.
Ilinkle, J. L.
Hoffman, F.
, Henderson, D. F.
ITanna, II. G.
Knight, Charles F.
Murphy, George C.
k Nichols & Shepherd Co. .
Norris, C. L. & Co.
Rodgers, piiver.
Stapleton, J. W.
Snenee, Edwin.
WLse, EI am.
Wittie, Emmet t.
Drops.
Smith, Blanche.
Sullivan, Martin.
Packages.
Newlin, Park.
1). SURFACE, P. M.
CENTURY GLASS
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.
Itchiness of the skin, horrible pla-
gue. jviost every Dociy aunciea in
one way or another. Only one safe,
never failing cure. Doan's Oint
ment. At any drug store. 50 cents.
Chas. E. Shiveley Sees a Monster
Initiation at Dayton.
Charles E. Shiveley of this city,
Supreme Chancellor of the World of
the Knights of Pythias, has returned
from Dayton where he saw the fa
mous team representing the Iola
Lodge No. 83, Knights of Pythias,
of Dayton initiate a class of 110
candidates from the esquire to the
knight rank at the Park Theatre.
1,500 people witnessed the wholesale
initiation.
Last summer when J. D. Clark was
elected grand chancellor of Ohio, his
own lodge, Iola, determined to or
ganize a class of 100 candidates in
his honor. The size of the class was
even greater than . expected. One
hundred and fourteen candidates of
what was originally known as the
"century" class have passed suc
cessfully the various degrees neces
sary to the elevation of the knight
mark. Last night's exercises were a
continuance of their trial.
The Iola team exemplified the work
in splendid style and probably estab
lished a record in the initiation of a
class of candidates into the knight
i'an!c.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are becoming a favorite for
stomach troubles and constipation.
For sale bv A. G. Luken & Co., W. H.
Sudhoff, fifth and Main.
The little folks love Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syruo. Pleasant to
take: perfectly harmless. Positive
cure for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma.
i 0 aCS
- - tJ K ..........
Says the Doctor, who is frank to acknowl
edge that the new
h CO:
1M
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Is a delightful sol ace and a rriniro rlciQQart
'0 tn a ffnnri fiinnpr A QranrlAmnn f
Veer . E JZ. . " - &vin.ioiiiau OOlllvlVC ivt
aaaaaa mm m aw wm k. mtrntm aaw . aaaaaaai a - -
HVt utMlbl the best ever offered to
the American public.
No dealer catering to first-class trade
can afford to be without the NEW CU
BANOLA. A- Riefer Drug' Go.
Sole Distributors. Indianapolis.'
Order Now for Holiday Gif rs
TIIE NEW BOOK
"THE INSTRUMENT TUNED"
By Rose Birch Illtt
Price 75c. Limited edition in white and
gold $1.00. Through any newsdealer or
Broadway Publishing Co.,
8:)5 Broadw nj.Niw York.
Stock Show Excursion .to Chicago
Over Pennsylvania Lines.
Excursion tiekets to Chicasro will
be sold over Pennsylvania Lines No
vember 27th, 2Sth and 29th at one
first class one-way fare plus $1.00
for the round trip, account Interna
tional Live Stock Exposition. This
year's Live Stock Show, with eleven
thousand animals on exhibition, in
cluding two thousand horses, is to
be the greatest on record, and the
ow fares over Pennsylvania Lines
make it a good time for an inexpen
sive trip to Chicago. For particulars
consult local ticket agent of Penn-
svlvania Lines.
PltPfltS I iEa'vii you
1 U 111 J r j whether your
ideas can be patented. Small im
provements and simple inventions
ave made much money for the inv ntors.
We dev lope yonr ideas or assist you in
improving your invention. We take out
paents in Uni-ed States, Canada and
foreign countries. Terms reasonable.
Marlatt & Dosler
42-43 Colonial Bldg.
Richmond.
SECURITY IN RAILWAY TRAVEL
WESTERN LINE GIVES MUCH CARE TO ROADWAY AND TRAIN
EQUIPMENT AND TO MAINTENANCE OF STRICT DIS
CIPLINE AMONG EMPLOYES.
Railway Authorities Say the Latter Is the All-Iinportant Factor in
Providing a High Standard Of
SAFETY TO PAPSENGERS
Runge's
Pancake Flour
J. RUNGE & CO.
Phone CO 16 S. 7th St.
71 , A Hk 'I
4
j piV PHILLIPS j
UVI THEATRE ;
O. G. HURRAY, Lessee, Manager
A Th bent of its kind exiant. Travel-
ing In its own cars.
ONE SOLID WEEK
4 COMMRNCINO
MONDAY, NOV. axst
THE GREAT
MARGARET NEVILLE CO. I
In a repertoire of high class plavs
specialties. Including
CRADOC
THB AXE2KIXO
Big I Specialties Nightly 3
m Price? 10, SO and 80c.
w First 7 rows In pnrquetteCOc. w
Ladle can ourchna S0o spats for?c
Monday. Beats nt Nixon's.
Thanksgiving Matinee
f Saturday Matinee
" Anything new on
:i j i :
a, . luuruuu iiiavfi is
til the subject .of safetv
likely to receive a
, great deal of atten
tion these days,"
said an old railway
official in a , recent
conversation. In fact
the railways are pret
ty fully alive to the needs of the sit
uation, and some of the best trained
minds of 'the day are spending much
time and thought in efforts to per
fect to a still higher degree the sys
tem ol appliances now in use.
"Take, for instance, a line like
the Chicago & North Western," he
continued, "where there re over
seventeen hundred stations on the
system, with a tributary population
of more than seven and one half
million people, reaching almost every
community of importance in nine of
the western states. Now, the ques
tion of through discipline of the big
army of employes required on a road
like that, is one that's enough to
stun the average man.
"Every man of them, from the
boiler-maker's helper, heating rivets
in a portable forge, to the Hangman
at a country highway crossing must
be trained and disciplined to that
point where an error or omission in
his duty is practically out of the
question. With such "training, its
no wonder some of our biggest men
are found in the railway ranks.
They are men who can do things.
and do them right when thev're
called on.
"It is a great thing, though," con
tinuad the veteran, "to see the way
in. which some of the western roads
have not only kept pace with the
growing traffic, but have looked
ahead into the future and taken a
wholesome grasp on this question of
safety, steadily expending millions
of dollars in order to take care of
these millions of Americans who
travel over these lines."
"They tell me that on The North
Western Line they maintain no less
j than six hundred and ten electric
block signals, one hundred and
twenty-six interlocking plants, over
nine thousand- miles of telegraph
line, over forty thousand miles of
wire and a force of seventeen hun
dred telegraph dispatchers and op
erators in the movement of their
traffic. Besides this ithere is an ar
my of crossing watchmen, operators
of safety gates, signal-tower men,
track walkers, in short, a highly or
ganized system looking after the
safety of patrons. Their widely an
nounced only double track to the
Missouri River is one of the most
aggressive moves ever made by a
railway, and one the bearing of
which upon 4he question of safetv is
obvious.
"After all, though, I place the
greatest dependence on that process
of training on western roads that
keeps the heads of departments in
close touch with their men, requires
unceasing vigilance on the part of
everyone concerned up to the point
of highest discipline. This training:
The North-Western and other roads
rnvfi their mpn is a thino- tVto
i UVIU-
ling else can take the plac of.
T(BM
1 i
A Millionaire in Patched Pants
would be an object of ridicule simoly b cmse he couM appear in the
btst of clothin. If you are wearing an ill-fitting suit of cuthes that
has no vi tue as to niaWrial, wo kmant-bip or fit, it's jour own fault,
for jou select your own clothes, don't you? You have simply been
persuaded to buy agit st your own b?st judgment. Don't let it oc
cur again! Buy your clothiug where youcan get perfect garments
WE SELL THAT KIND
Wherley & Thomas, Furnishers
203 Ft. Wayne ave., 418 N. 8th St.
HmI..h.iI..i.,h,.Ii.i i.,x.-I. I-I-I-! II! M't I- H-I-
IS
EVERY ONE A BEAUTY.
Tront, Whltefisli, Pickerel, Blnefisli
Catfish and Herring, at
THE QUAKER CITY
Fish, Oysterand Poultry
1029 Main St. Home Phone 895
Market
'I-M-H' IlM!MIl4n.I,HlI'I'I I!IllllI-H
tScweth DENTIST
Rooms 44-45, Colonial Building.
Third Floor Elevator. Home phone 1637
Commencing
Nov. 10th and
Continuing
Until Nov. 20.
We can save you from $1
to $5 on each stove during
this sale. Orders taken for
delivery until Jan. 1st. A
great chance for you. Come
and see what we have.
P yment8 if you wish.
Johnson
and Rolana
Between 5th and 6th St.
Style
Quality
RIGHT SORT OF PRIDE
There are times when we all want to look our best
Our clothes command the attention of all good
dressers, because of their perfect fitting qualities.
The reason they always look well and keep their
shape is due to the fact that none but the best
materials are used, and the greatest care is ex
pended in their making 4
The goods is properly
sponged and shrunk
before being cut.
Dampness and hard wear have no effect.
Our patterns are the newest and the most
stylish to be obtained.
DRESS SUITS
$15.00 to $25.00
YOUR ONLY WORK IS THE CRUST.
mmE suai mince meat
In IOc Packages with List of Valuable Premiums.
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