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fUCHZOTOD DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1904.
PAGE T. ttREJ 6 :9r t 3 as&tfefi - . J To be a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband should be a woman's constant study. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Potts tell their stories for the benefit of all wives and mothers. Dkab Mrs. riNKHAM :- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound will make every mother well, strong, healthy and happy. I dragged through nine years of miserable existence, worn out with pain and weariness. I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled as I was, and the wonderful results she had had from your Vegetable Compound, and decided to try what it would do for me, and used it for three months. At the end of that time I was a different woman, the neighbors remarked it, and my husband fell in love with me all over again. It seemed like a new existence. I had been suf fering with inflammation and falling of the womb, but your medicine cured that and built up my entire system, till I was indeed like a new woman. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Ciias. F. Bbowx, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark., Vice President MotheV Club." Suffering: women should not fail to profit by Mrs. Brown's ex periences ; just as surely as she was cured of the troubles enumer ated in her letter, just so surely will Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound cure other women who suffer froui womb troubles, inflammation of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, and nervous-prostration. Read the story of Mrs. Potts to all mothers : Deab Mrs. Pinkham : During the early fart of my married life I was very delicate n health. I had two miscarriages, and both my husband and I felt very badly as we were anxious to have children. A neighbor who had been using lijdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound advised me to try it, and I decided to do so. I soon felt that my appetite was increasing, the headaches gradually decreased and finally disappeared, and my general health improved. I felt as if new blood coursed through my reins, the sluggish tired feeling disappeared, and I be came strong and well. " Within a year after I became the mother of a strong healthy child, the toy of our home. You certainly have a splendid remedy, and I wish every mother knew of it. Sincerely yours, Mrs. A'XA Potts, 510 Fark Ave., Hot Springs, Ark." If you feel that there is anything at all unusual or puzzling about your case, or if you wish confidential advice of the most experienced, write to Mrs. Pink- ham, Lynn, Mass., and you will be advised free of charge. !Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured and is curing thousands of cases of female troubles curing them inexpensively and absolutely. Remember this when you go to your druggist. Insist upon getting 4yda Em Pinkkwm'o Vogctablo Compound 1857 . . . . . . . . 1904 Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Assets nearly $200,000,000 Surplus (including accumula tioLS to credit of deferrtd dividend policies $ 31,512,643 Insurance in force, over $700,000,000 Is there anything comparable ith a certainty of plenty, whether living or dyiDg ? Insurance will insure it. jj Buy a guaranteed income in the largest purely American Life Insurance Co. Do it today. T. O. BARBER, Gen'l Agent. Rooms 6 and 7, Kelly Block, Richmond, Ind. WE HOLD THEE SAFE; ISffliKSk ! GEO. C. BALL, Agent, Successor to B. B. Myrlck's Agency. Also Life and Accident Insurance. 8 and Si FIHE'S PHARMACY. If you want quality in rubber goods. Hot Water Bottles, Founaitn Syringes or a Combination Water and Fountain Douche, We carry no se cond quality to offer at a cut price. We can 'give you anything you want in the Rubber Hue Strictly nothing shoddy at LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY; 830 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES. " PROGRESS. Mr. Charles Wolford took dinner with Barnett, of New Paris, on last Wednesday. Mr. Monroe Ray and wife enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. Beck er and family. Mr. Johnnie WcWhinney and fam ily and Mrs. Mary Ray spent Thurs day with Mr. Lair and wife. A social was given on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Charles Scarce, for the benefit of the Chris tian church at Campbellstown. Ice cream and oyster soup were served to a large crowd, which the members appreciated. All report a pleasant time. Mrs. Sarah WcWhinney, Miss Jessie Mills and Mr. Charles Wol ford visited Rev. Ckalfant and fam ily Thursday. Miss Elsie Ballenger called on Miss Myrtle Ray Thursday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth White, of New Paris, and Mrs. Irving White made several calls in this place on Fri day. F. C. Fulgham and wife, of Rich mond, spent Friday at Rev. Chal- fant's. Miss Rosa Chalfant, of Richmond, is visiting her parents, of this place. Miss Jessie Mills called on New Paris friends Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kuth spent Sunday at Richmond. Mr. Seth Brown, of Richmond, gave an interesting talk here Sunday morning. James Kuth and familv, Mrs. Potts and son, of New Paris, spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Kuth. Virginia and Anna Kuth are vis iting at Boston. Mr. Brown and wife, of Gratis, 0., are visiting his brother, Eli Brown, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins entertained Richmond friends Sunday. Miss Essie Short is at home again after a week's visit with her grandmother near Eaton, 0. Messrs. Edward and Johnnie Mc Whinney left here Sunday for a week's visit at St. Louis. Miss Maggie Hawkins called on Addie and Ora Chalfant Saturday afternoon. Mr. William Sailor and Miss An na Cail attended church Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Short, of this place entertained Mrs. Taylor, of Rich mond, and Mrs. Jude, of Oklahoma, Sunday. 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. World's Fair Medals. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 29. The last of the forty thousand medals which are to be given to exhibitors at the St. Louis Exposition are be ing coined at the United States mint here. By an net of congress, per mission was given to World's Fair Commission to have the medals made at the mint. The medals which will soon be shipped to St. Louis, are of bronze. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Pleasant to Take. The finest quality of granulated laaf 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 eitfet. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main streets. Made Young Again. "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in 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 year by having Dr. Thomas' Eelectnc Oil in the house just when it is need ed. Cures eroup, heals burns, cuts wounds of every sort. AN EDITOR'S EXPERIENCE In the Treatment of Humours uitti More Than Magical Effect with CUTICURA REMEDIES. A Remarkable Testimonial from a Most Intelligent and Trustworthy Lady. A tumor came on my neck and tn a day or two It was as large as half an orange. I was very much alarmed for fear it was malignant. My friends tried to persuade me to consult my physician ; but dreading that he would insist on usiug the knife, I would not consent to go. Instead, I got Cuticura Resolvent and Cuticura Ointment. I took the former according to direc tions, and spread a thick layer of the Ointment on the swelling. On renew ing it I would bathe my neck in very warm water and Cuticura Soap. In a few days the Cuticura Ointment had drawn the swelling to a head, when it broke. Every morning it was opened with a large sterilized needle, squeezed ftnd bathed, and fresh Ointment put on. Pus and blood, and a yellow, cheesy, tumorous matter came out. Ia about three or four weeks' time thia treatment completely eliminated the tumor. The soreness that had ex tended down into my chest was all gone, and my neck now seems to be perfectly well. About five or six year ago my sis ter had a similar experience, used the Cuticura Remedies with magical effect. I am willing you should use my testi monial, with the further privilege of revealing my name and address to such persons as may wish to substantiate the above statements by personal letter to me." Chicago, Nov. 12, 1902. old throughout the world. Cuticnrm KeolTnt, (0. On form of Chocolate Coated PtlU, SSc. per tUI of 60), Ointment, 40c., 8op, 25c. Depots London, T7 Charter. bouee 8q. Paria, A Rue de la Faizt Boston, 137 Colom bo! At. Potter Drug ft Chera. Corp., Sole Proprietor, k mr&tn& for "How to Cure livery Bamoux.H DR. LaFRANCOS Safe, speedy regulator; 25 rents. DruKSflsts or m&- HooKiei rree. jjk. u( Kamju. Kniiuoeinna.f D Has Old Santa Clans given you to understand that you will receive a light hamper Christina morning ? If so, disappoint him by buying where you can buy th cheapest, and that means - "getting the most for your money." Ou store is the place. Pearson's Fresh Pork and Sausage received daily, at lowest prices. California Hams, Dry, Salt and Pickled Pork, per pound .... lOc Potatoes, not 75c per bushel, but 50c Beans, hand picked Navys, nice, 6 lbs 25c 3 lb can Lombard Plums 1 lb Model Soda jc 1 lb can Model Baking Powder, good . Oc Extract of Beef, 35c size for 2Uc 10c Corn 7c a can, 82c doz. Not over 2 doz. to a customer. 3 lb can Tomatoes 82c doz. Not over 3 doz. to a customer. One-third off on all Dressing Jackets. An odd line of Hose, from 15c to 25c, for choice 13c Children's Heavy Fleeced Union Suits 2c Men's Heavy Jersey Working Shirts 25c 60c Men's Underwear, heavy 2Vc Double Trading Stamps all over the Store Wednesday Stamps with all purchases. Free delivery, rhone your order. Store open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The Mel Department Store 4x1-4x5 Main St Both Phones OOOOOOOOHOIDOOOOOOO o o 0 R. R. R. Lunch Room. iL M. HAYS- Prop, q 625KNORTH E ST. O O O O O O OQOQQOOQtlOIIOOOOOQQO f ..mrt SaaTeCeSSMaeaeIaTeWMae .A- MEALS 15 CENTS. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Mr. C. A. Miller, who recently sold the Interurban restaurant to his brother-in-law, Mr. Benson, left for St. Louis this morning to visit the Fair. From there he will go to Washington, I). C. for a brief visit and thence south to spend the winter. Miss Edith Denny gave a slumber party in honor of her guests, the Misses Zella Spencer and Jesse Bak er. Ed Pitman and wife of Rushville were home over Thanksgiving, the guests of Ell Drischel and wife. Byrum Boyd and wife were visit ing Mr. and Mrs. IT. B. Miller at Knightstown yesterday. Lee Ault spent yesterday in Greenville and Dayton. Walter Nichols of Connersville was visiting among friends here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frohnapfel spent Thanksgiving in Indianapolis. The result of the football game between the Shamrocks and Tigers of this place resulted in a score of 15 to 5 in favor of the former. Mr. Bert Medsker left Satnrday night for Virginia City, California, where he has gone on business. Mr. John Beard returned home Saturday night from his hunting trip west. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mosbaugh will entertain the pedro club tonight. Fred and Ray Cornell were home from Connersville Sunday. Mr. Chas Linderman and wife were given a pleasant surprise Sat urday night, arranged by some twen ty of their friends. After several hours social enjopment, oysters were served. Mrs. Kuster and daughter Vir ginia were in Richmond Saturdav. g THEY ALL KHO W m 1 n A W &.m A 4 - Va j 1 ine iuvuptni, uui mcji nir o A iixM stock en sale at the THE EBY BEST. o KETCH HARDWARE CO. 2 O STORL q q 921 MAIN. CASH OR PAYMENTS. Q E. B. GROSVENORIM. D. SPECIALIST. 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Dublin, Milton, Centerville, Eaton, and New Paris, and if you cannot call at our office, write or telephone us and our agent will eall on yon. Here are seme' of the terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loftn:j, 60c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan. f 1.20is a weekly payment on a 60 loan. f 2.40 is a weekly payment on a 100 loan. You can get 'aoy otter cmccnt for the same time at the eame pro portion, Call cn us when jou need money. Applications by mail ortelephore receive our prompt attention. (S Oil DTTD (ZD ITD (iD DOBSllTQ (D?(ZD Established 1895. Home Phone 445. Room 8, Colonial Bldg -X X XXXXXXXXXXXX X XMXXXXXX- MM M M 31 M HI Tbe Palladium For JOB WORI O O O O O n o o o O O o o o 4 t v