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The Richmond Palladium. Friday, May 25, 1908.
.... Local HEW YORK LEADS THE RACE AGAIH Giants Take Final Game of Series with Chicago by Cub's Errors. PITTSBURG COMING FAST PIRATES GAIN ANOTHER LAr IN RACE BY DEFEATING BOSTON ST. LOUIS DEFEATS PHILADEL PHIA BY HITTING LUSH HARD. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING -, Won. Lost. PCt. I New York ...23 11 .676 Chicago .. . 25 13 .C57 Pittsburg 20 13 .605 i Philadelphia 20 17 .540 St .Louis 16 19 .457 Cincinnati .. .. 16 21 .432 : Boston ..v.... 12 23 .343 1 Brooklyn 10 25 .286 RESULTS YESTERDAY. New York, 6; ChlcaRO, 5. Philadelphia, 1; St. Louis, 11. Boston, 5; Pittsburg, C. Pub'IShers Pressl : Chicago, May 24. The New York j Nationals wound up thp initial series ; with the Chicago's team today by de feating tho Colts in a hard played Jgamo and again took first palco in the pennant race. 'The homo team out i batted the visitors', but errors and bunching of hits in the second inning gave the Ctiants Ave runs. . Mathew 'son retired from the box after the New 'YorkS had secured the lead and the home team tied the score by hitting IWiltse hard in the fifth. New York i however, won out by scoring the win ning run In the eighth. Score: R.H.E. ,N. Y. .. 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 6 3 Chi 00203000 0 5 11 3 Bttcdes Mathewson, Wiltse , aid Bresnahan; -Lundgren "and Koran. Umpires Klcm and O'Day. HAVE BATTING RALLY. rittsburg. May. 24. A batting rally by tho Pittsburg Nationals In the seventh inning today gave thera the game by one run, from tho Bostons. Score: ' . : ' ! R.H.E. Los ... . 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 5 10 2 Pitts ... 00002040 x 6 8 2 Batteries Pfolffer, Dorner and O'Neill; Phillippl, Karger and Phelps. Umpire Jelmstone.i ': . CRUSHING DEFEAT. St. Louis, May 24. Tho St. Louis Nationals hit Lush hard throughout today's game and easily defeated the Phlladelphias. The local men played an errorless game in the field. Score: R.H.E. Phila .. 0 0 1 9 0 00 0 0 1 4 6 St. L. .. 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 5 x 11 15 0 Batteries Lush and Dooln; Hoelsket tcr and Grady." ".Umpire Ernslio'. . THREE BATTLE ROYALS GAMES IN CITY LEAGUE Starr Pianos and Parr- Handles, Pa.Ila . dlums and Pogue Millers Will Meet at Athletic 'Park East Havens vs. Klbbeys. GAMES SATURDAY IN THE CITY LEAGUE. Klbbeys vs. East Haven, East Haven. Palladiums vs. Pogue, Millers, Athletic Park. Starr Pianos vs. Pan Handles," Athletic Tark. Three very interesting games are t scheduled Saturday afternoon in the 'City League. Perhaps one of the mot interesting of these games will be be tween the Starr Pianos and the Pan s Handles. The Starrs have taken the first three games played and have a ; perfect average. The railroaders will ihavo their strongest team in the field Saturday and they will strain every effort to put a crimp in the piano .men's string of victories. The Starrs have a great bunch of ball tossers but the ether five teams are coming fast and the piano men from' now on will no longer have n path of roses to walk on. The rejuvenated Palladium outfit will take the , field , Saturday with "Sox" Quigley nt the helm and they aro out after the hardware men's scalp. The Klbbeys and the East Ha vens Mill clash at the hospital ground and both sides are claiming a victory. Neither team will have a cinch. The Starr Piano-Pan .Handle game will be called promptly at 2 o'clock. The Pal-ladium-Pogue, Miller game will bo called at 4 o'clock.' " ' Into New Quarters. Today, the reorganized and enlarg ed Richmond Cream Company will move Into Its new quarters in tho Hall, Hastings building on South Fifth street, and will start work at once with a capacity double that of the old plant. Ice cream will be manufactur ed now In ono of the largest and best equipped plants In the state and the small towns within a radius of thirty rallos will be suppliey hereafter with ice cream. Mm' Games Today. NATIONAL LEAGUE: Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburg. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis at Washington. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. Detroit at Boston. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville at Toledo. Columbus at Indianapolis. Kansas City at Milwaukee. St. Paul at Minneapolis. AMERICAN ASS'H AMERICAN ASSOCIAT'N STANDING Won. Lost. PCt. Toledo 20 12 .623 Milwaukee 16 12 .571 Columbus 20 16 .555 Kansas City 17 17 .500 Minneapolis 15 17 .469 St. Paul 14 17 .453 Louisville 14 18 .437 Indianapolis 13 20 .363 AT MINNEAPOLIS. R. H. E. Milwaukee 2 2 1 Minneapolis 3 2 1 Batteries Oberlin and Roth; Geh ring and Shannon. Umpire Owens. AT COLUMBUS. P.. H E. 18 3 Toledo Columbus j. ..... ,5 7 1 Batteries Sutthoff and Laud; Rob crtaille and Ryan. Umpire Haskell. AT ST. PAUL. R.H.E. Kansas City k 3 5 2 St. Paul ..... 3 8 1 Batteries Olmstead and Leahy; Parkins ,and PrUl. Umpires Kane Rain In fifth inning. AT INDIANAPOLIS. , - R H, E Louisville . . , . . , 5 8 0 Indianapolis . 0 3 5 Batteries Puttmann and Shaw; Cromley and Holmes. ' Umpire Sul livan. TO GET VACATION Postoffice Appropriation to Be Increased to Allow Them . a Short Leave. A PROBING COMMITTEE ABUSES OF THE SECOND CLASS MAIL PRIVILEGE ARE TO BE IN VESTIGATED CHANGES MAY FOLLOW. IPublishers Pressl Washington, May 24. The postof fice appropriation bill as, reported to the senate this afternoon carries over one hundred and ninety-two million dollars. A number of important amendments have been added by the Senate com mittee. .It Increases to one million two hundred and fifty . thousand ' dol lars the pneumatic tube mall service, and Includes Baltimore and San Fran cisco. It provides for a joint commission of three senators and three represent atives to investigate abuses of the sec ond class mail privilege and recom mend changes that aro deemed neces sary. It appropriates ten thousand dollars for a commissioner to investigate the postal regulations of the foreign Countries and adds half a million dol lars to tho appropriation for the rural delivery service. This is to permit carriers fifteen days vacation each year and the employment of substi tutes. HAD PAID , IN NO MONEY Expert Accountant Testifies at Trial of Former Indiana Promoter Show ing That 6,000 of Fake Stock Had Been Subscribed For. Publishers' Press Boston, May 24. From sales ' of stock the Ubero Company received $555,So3, according to the statement of Will 'am J. Smith, an expert ac countant who examined the books of the company and of the consolidated Ubero plantation company and who testified at the trial today of Ferdi nand E. Borges, of Indiana, the pro moter, who is charged with conspira cy anr the larceny of $1,250,000 from Investors. Mr." Smith testified that over 6.000 shares of stock, had been subscribed for, divided among 1,300 persons, some of wiiom paid in full while others made partial payments. Mr. Smith said the books showed no money had been paid in by Borges for stock, but' that he found 400 shares standing In his name. The ex penditures, .he said, amounted in all to $539,653.39. RURAL CARRIERS BORGES D 40 SHAKES 1M3ftfS General THREE OUT FOUR FOR CLEVELAND Hard Slugging LaJoie Tribe Bats Out Victory from Athletics Yesterday. SLUGFEST AT NEW YORK HIGHLANDERS WIN FROM DE TROIT IN WELL PLAYED GAME BOSTON LOSES TO CHICAGO, WASHINGTON LOSES. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. Philadelphia 21 10 .677 Cleveland IS 10 .642 New York 17 13 .566 Detroit 16 14 .533 St. Louis 17 13 .531 Chicago 14 , 15 .482 Washington 13 18 .419 Boston 6 27 .181 RESULTS YESTERDAV. Cleveland 9; Philapelphia 7. New York 8; Detroit 6. Chicago 7; Boston 5. St. Louis 5; Washington 3. Publishers' Pressl Philadelphia, May 24. Both pitch ers were hit hard In today's game between the Cleveland and Philadel phia Americans, a batting rally in the eight giving the Clevelands the game. Score: R. H. E. Cle 2 1000204 09 11 2 Phil .... 100 2 0220 07 10 4 .Batteries Bernhard and Clark; Coakley and Schreck. Umpires Hurst and Connor. TIGERS FIGHT HARD. New York, May 24. The Detroit and New York Americans began the fight for third place today, and the Highlanders came out ahead. Both pitchers who started the game were knocked out of the box. Score: R. H E. Det 010000-05 06 12 1 N. Yk. ..:0.0 0 1 1 I 5 0 08 11 3 Batteries Donovan; Payne and Warner; Hahn, Clarkson and Mc Guire. Umpire Connolly. TWENTIETH DEFEAT. Boston, May 24. The Boston Americans again could not break their losing streak ana went. down to defeat today for the twentieth succes sive time. Chicago knocked Cy Young out of the box in the first and hit Winter hard in the seventh. Score: ( R. H. E. Chi . 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0-7-7 12 4 Bos. 001001 2 1 05 9 2 Batteries Altroclr and Sullivan; Young, Winter and Peterson. Umpire O'Loughlin. BAT HARD BUT LOSE. Washington, May 24. Although the Washington Americans outbatted the St. Louis team today the visitors bunched their hits in the eight in ning and won out. Score: R.H.E. St. L. ...0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 05 5 0 Wash ...1 0002000 03 10 3 Batteries Howell and Spencer; Wolfe and Heydon. Umpires Sheri dan and Evans. GOOD GAME FOR SUNDAY GREENSF0RK VS. GIANTS Eli Cates, the Old League Player, Will Be Seen in the Lineup of the Vis iting Team Decoration Day Game Between Giants and Fairviews. There will be a good game of base ball Sunday afternoon. The Giants, with a record of only one defeat this season, will line up against the strong Greensfork team. Eli Cates, the ex league player, will appear at short stop for the visitors. The game will be called promptly at 2:30, o'clock Umpire Hicks will officiate. On Dec oration Day the Giants will play the Fairviews In the first game of a series for the championship of the city. It will be warm and interesting from start to finish. The teams will line up Sunday as follows: Greensfork. Giants. Cates . . . S. S Crane L. Wilcox IB. ....Devinney Atkinson .. 2B. Clemens Harris 3B W. Burden E. Wilcox L. F. Edwards Nicholson C. F. ...Patterson Ridge It. F Sharp Davis C Mitchell Boyd P Harris Benson Saine Made Happy for Life. Great happiness came Into the home of S. C.4 Blair, school superintendent, at St. Albans, W .Va,, when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint b.3 names. He says: "My little daughter had St. Vi tus Dance, which yielded to no treat ment, but grew worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters; and I rejoice to say, three bottles effected a complete cure." Quick, sure cure for nervous complaints, general debil ity, fesis! weaknesses, impoverished blood and malaria. Guaranteed at A. G. Luken & Co.'a drug store. Price E0 cents. HIS DAILY ATTACK Oil THE PRESIDENT Representative Towne Takes Time of House to Criticise Roosevelt. "UNFIT FOR EXECUTIVE" TAMMANY POLITICIANS SAYS RE PUBLICANS CANNOT MAKE CAMPAIGN MATERIAL OUT OF ROOSEVELT IN 1903. f Publishers' Pressl Wellington, May 24. This was a day of oratory in the House. Two members, aire Jy renowned In their parties, held the undivided attention of the floor and galleries. One de voted himself to the tariff, advocating a "stand pat" policy on the part of the republican party. The other, a new "Tammany Brave," stepped aside from his advocacy of tariff revision, to sharply criticise the president. The Tammany Brave who hurled in vective at the president, was Repre sentative C. A. Towne, (N .Y.) "There are many things in the char acter and endowments of that remark able man wheh I have admired," he said. "There are many other things that, in my judgment, unfit him for a judicious, carelful, just and deliberate discharge of high executive functions. and under the impress of which he has time and again re beyond the legal boundaries of his place." "One political result of this experi ence will be that in the campaigns of this year and 1908, you cannot cover the defects of your party by praising Mr. Roosevelt. The people of this country now know that Mr. Roose velt had the chance to be bigger than his party, but he failed to rise to it." BERRY NAMED BY PRDHIS DEMOCRATIC FUSION "Dry" Party of Pennsylvania Have a Tumultuous Convention in Which They Declare Themselves in Favor of Many Popular Reformt ' Publishers' Pre&s Harrisburg, Pa., May 24. After the most tumultuous convention ever held by the Prohibition party in Pennsyl vania, State Treasurer William Ber ry, was nominated for governor; Ho mer L. Castle for lieutenant governor; William T. Creasy, for auditor gener al and Elisha A. Coray, Jr., for secre tary of internal affairs. The platform is a characteristic prohibition declaration with demands that trolley lines be allowed to carry freight and be given right of domain; that a two cent a mile rate be given by the railroads and that persons caught in illegal practices In corpora tions be punished. The interstate commerce commission is commended for its fearless investigation. Berry and Castle were nominated according to the program outlined last night, when assurance was given that the Democrats would accept the tick et and form a fusion. uere was some disposition to balk, but it was checked. Berry said later that he would "not accept tonight." LOCAL POLICE TO ASSIST They Will Try and Locate Floyd Showalter Who is Missing From Home Near New Paris. The local police will assist in the search for Floyd Showalter. the 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Showalter who reside near New Paris The lad has been missing from his home since last Friday and every ef fort his parents have made to locate. him had been unavailing. Chief Bailey has sent out search cards bearing the boy's likeness and giving a detailed description of his appearance and habits. The boy has been traced to this city but his movements after ar riving here are unknown. He has rel atives living in Kansas and it is thought that he may eventually be lo cated there. SERGEANT BETZ0LD BACK Night Sergeant Betzold is on duty again after a short vacation a part of which time he spent with his brother at Reading, Ohio. Doctors and Medicine. When a doctor does not have much faith in medicine it is a sign that he Is a good doctor. The best doctors are those who give good advice rather than medicine; advice that is simple and has common sense back of it. Too many people imagine they can abuse themselves and hire a doctor to make them as well as ever for $2. Nothing la 1L Atchison Globe. . Miiranderstood. Farmer Where have you been all this time? And Where's the old chest nut mare? .Didn't you have her shod, as I told you? Jarge Shod! Law, no, master! I bin a-buryin she. Didn't I think thee said "shot?" London Globe. A Good Character. A good character is the best tomb stone. Those who loved you and were helped by you will remember you when forgetmenot are withered. Carve your name on hearts and not ma marble A Trite Saying. It Is ft trite savinc that no tnn fl strpn&or than his stomach Br. Pierce's oolden Medical Di'vovery strengthens, the stomach puts it la shape to make rtch blood helps the liver and kidneys to expel the poisons from tho body and thus cures both liver aud kid ney troubles. If you take this natural blood pnrlfier and tonle, vou will assist your system in manufacturing each day a pint of rich, red blood, that is invigo rating to the brain and nerves. The condition which so many people suffer uisuajij me enect 01 poisons la t 3 blod; it is often indicated by pimples or boils appearing on the skin, the face theories thin and the feelings "blue." Dr. Pierce's "Discovery" cure all blood humors as well as being a tonic that makes one vigorous, strong and forceful, it is tua only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes that contains naithcr 'alcohol' nor harmful habit-forming drugs, aud the only ono, every ingredient of which has the profs- !onal endorsement of the leading medical writers of this countrv. skme of thesa endorsements are published m a littlo leok of extracts from standard medical yorks and will be sent to any address rce. on receipt of request therefor by V-tter or postal card, addressed to Dr. It. . Puree, Buffalo. N. Y. It tells just vvhnt Dr. Pierce's medicines are made of. The " Words of Praise" for the several ingredients of which Dr. I'ierce's medi cines nre composed, by leaders in all the several schools of medical practice, and recommending them for the cure of the diseases for which the "Golden Medical Discovery " is advised, should have far more weight with the sick and afllictod than any amount of the so-called "testi monials 'so conspicuously flaunted beforo the public by those who are afraid to let tao ingredients of which their medicines are composed be known. Hear in mind that the "Golden Medical Discovery " has the isa do e of honesty on every bottle wrapper, in a full list of its ingredients. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation, invigorato the liver and regu late stomach and bowels. Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page Illus trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31 stamp. Address Dr. Pierce as above. A BLOOD RED LAKE. Peculiarity Manifested by a Sheet of Water In Svvltierland. Lake Morat, in Switzerland, has a queer habit of turning red about two or three times every ten years. It is a pretty lake, like most of the sheets of water in that picturesque country, and its peculiar freak is attributed to a dis position to celebrate the slaughter of tho Burgundians under Charles the Bold on June 21, 1470, but the French say that It blushes for the conduct of the Swiss, who in that battle gave the Burgundians no quarter. This phenomenon, of course, has its legend. The old fishermen of the lake, who catch enormous fish called silures that weigh between twenty-five and forty kilograms, say when they see the waters of the lake reddening that it Is the blood of the Burgundians. As a matter of fact, some of the bodies of the Burgundians killed in the battle were thrown Into the lake, while others .were tossed into a grave filled with quicklime. This' historical recollection angered the Burgundian soldiers of the victorious armies of the republic in 1798 so much that they destroyed the monument raised in honor of their compatriots who fell heroically in that battle, and Henri Martin very Justly reproached them for, that piece of van dalism ' It would hardly do o attribute the reddening of the waters of the lake to the blood of the soldiers of Charles the Bold. The coloring is due simply to the-presence in large quantities of little aquatic plants called by naturalists Os cillatoria rubescens. The curious thing about it is that Lake Morat is the only lake In which this Curious growth la developed. ' ' ' '' THE TURKISH KAIK. It More Closely Resembles the Gon dola Than Any- Other Craft. Crawford, the author, to whose skill ful pen Constantinople is indebted for one of the most charming volumes ever Issued In Its praise, has a word to say about the Turkish boatmen and their vehicle, the kaik. "Constantinople owes much," writes he, "to the matchless beauty of the three waters which run together be neath its walls, and much of , their reputation again has become world wide by the kaik. It is disputed and disputable whether the Turks copied the Venetian gondola or whether the Venetians imitated the Turkish kaik. but the resemblance between them is so strong , as to make It certain that they have a common origin. Take from the gondola the 'felse,' or hood, and the rostrated stem and the re mainder is practically the kaik. It Is of all craft of its size the swiftest, the most easy to handle and the most com fortable, and the Turks generally are admitted to be the best oarsmen in Europe. "Indeed, they, have need to be, for both the Bosporus and the Golden Horn are crowded with craft of every kind and made dangerous by the swift est of currents. The distances, too, are very great and such as no ordinary oarsman would undertake for pleasure or for the sake of exercise. It is no Joke to pull fifteen or sixteen miles against a stream which In some places runs four or five knots an hour." Gardening: In America. ' Gardening in America has reached what one might call the "awkward age." Neither a man nor a country goes a-gardening in early youth. "Men come to build stately sooner than to garden finely," as Bacon once said, and as every garden writing body has re peated until Sir Francis in Elysium must regret he ever made the remark, which none the less is true. Gardening is essentially a middle aged enjoyment, and America being, as nations go, still young, her garden craft has the faults of youth. It has its incongruities, In harmonies, and it often mistakes size and expenditure for excellence. Cen tury. In the Same Boat. The Duke of Leeds before succeed ing to his title was active in politics. Once when canvassing he came upon an English shoemaker, whose vote he solicited. "Sorry," said the shoemak er, "but I'm not going to vote for any bloomln' aristocrat. I can't afford it. I've got four children to bring up." "That's nothing" replied the duke, "Pre got five, and they are all girls." The shoemaker came up at.d touched him on the arm. "All rightold chap," he said. "Ton shall have, Thy vote. It seems to me we are both in the same boat; and we'ji better stick'together." rlEAD THIS! Wanted, Found acd Lost, in which personal gain does not kil ter, re inserted in these, columns free, providing they are not over fifteen tl5 words in length. No business advertise, ments inserted free of charge Advertisers will do well to re member th '.rs directed to Initiala Only are not delivered through tbo postoffice. PALLADIUM WAOT AD3. FOR RESULTS. WANTED A first class blacksmith helper. Good wages for good man. At Plummer & Harris Blacksmith -shep. dlt , WANTEDHouse for rent, about7 rooms. Must be modern, all con veniences. Desirable location. Ad dress, X. Y. Z., care Palladium. i5-4t. WANTED Good cabinet makers, varnishers, oil-rubbers; steady work and good wages. No labor troubles." Commercial Furniture Co., Connersville, Ind. 23-3t WANTED First class carriage black smith Call Schneider Carriage Factory, No. 47 North Sth. RENT Furnished rooms at the Grand tor gentlemen oniy. ti HEW OFFICE Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency, moved to room No. 1 over 710 Main street. "Wide stair way." 18-Ct FOR SALE A good gentle 4 year old driving mare, 4 miles southeast of Richmond on Barton Pike, Locu3 Grove. 18-3t Person advertising mare for sale kindly send name to Palladium of fice. FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs, $1.25 a setting. Dressed squabs. Home phone 1583'. Charles Nye, 41 South 12th street ap26-tf FOR SALE A Sun Telegram news paper route, north of Main street, between 15 and 18th streets. Sea Will W. Reller, Palladium office. YES, EXTRA STAMPS FOR FRIDAY One pound Model Soda and 10 1 pound Model Baking Powder and 10 stamps 10cts. 3 qts Navy Beans, Hand picked and 30 stamps 30cts. - 3 qts Best Scotch Peas nd,30 stamps for 30cts. r;' , . , 2 cans Helnzes Baked Beatfs and -20 stamps for 30ctsJ . lx 1 can fancy California Apricots and 10 stamps for 20cts. pound Imperial or Youn Hyson Tea and CO stamps for COcts. '-pound Baking Powde rarid 60 stamps for 60ets. - Specials in Graniteware Ope 17 quart Dish jkan fnd 60 stamps 60cts. Granite Wash basinsVarld 20 stamps 18cts. 1 . Gibson Soap Powder :Glbson Soap Powder: , , . Just the thing to wash tut the sink at 10cts, 10 stamps with each e Dry Goods ! Dry Goods ! Just received the finest line of Curtain nets and Swiss goods to be found In the city. Many different patterns and price from 10cts to 75cts per yard. Do not buy your curtains until you see us. 50 stamps with each pair from 3V",o $5.00 Store opened Friday night. Pictorial Review patterns. ; V ; HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE ... t , , Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13R. , Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 411-413 Main Street. ' ROBERT tjlERFU RT,' J r,y Manufacturer of Upholstered Furniture and Mattresses. Repairing & Refimswng. 315 s. fifth St. Phone 325. MM 16 and 17 ColonialBlljlding. 'Phone 1634. Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. , DESIGNER HARRY G. SMITH. FOR SALE Cheap. Go Cart, 317 N. 20th St. Phone 1220. S 24-2t FOR SAkE. Richmond p6nper6' .' .i specialty. Porterfield. Kr Btoik. Phone 32. tf STRAYED Brown Pony, 12 or 13 hands high,, weight 675, X white foet, Indistinct brand of three small bars on the hip. Write me . and receive pay' for r. trouble. : W. E. Dickson, Cedar Grove, Indiaua. 18-Ct LOS T Lace hand kerchie t Tuesday afternoon between 26 N. Sth and 21 N. 10th. Reward if returned to lat ter address. 25-3t LQSTA small star shaped Garnet Brooch valued as a gift. Please re turn to 407 S. 11th street and re ceive reward. 24-3t LOST Crescent shaped necklace set with pearls, between 14th and 10th on Main. Reward if returned to Westcott Hotel Drug Store. LOST A key chain with four "keys. Return to Ben Hill and receive re ward. LOST Gold "velvet" bracelet. Find er please rtturn to office of Rich mond Home Telephone Company and receive 'reward. LOST On Traction line between : . Nenn Station and 12th and Main, , pair rimless double lens noso glass es. Return to II.' J. Doans grocery and get reward, 21-3t LOST Between the toll gate on the; New Paris pike and Main street. one unfinished white shirt waist and embroidered' white yoke. Re turn to 203 north 15th street and get reward. LOST A babies sandel . between 2nd aid 6th on North aide of Main. Re turn to Quigley and Babylon i Drug , .Store. 19-3t stamps 'iOctg. Leir,Peitist. 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