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THE RICH3IOND PALLADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, AYEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 16, 1907. J. Will Cunningham Fred C Lahrman PLEASE ? Yes, we are, with our shoe business for Fall of 1907. It shows that the public appreciates our efforts to give first class Footwear for the least amount of money. Notice our window this week for new styles in footwear; also ask to see our Bostonian Shoe, like cut, heavy sole and shank, Pat. colt leather, price $4.00. Get from your cobbler a piece of ordinary cheap sole leather and bend it back and forth ten times t then see if you blame your tired feet, which do the same thing thousands of times daily, for kicking at cheap shoes. The genuine oak soles used in BOSTON IAN S bend without resistance as the foot bends. straining neither muscles stitches. This attractive street shoe is made on a new last, roomy and comfortable, yet chock full of style I Cunningham and lahrman jf - itf h FORMEN 1 j nor I ; S ; v. i js Cunningham & Lahrman 718 Main St- I INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE 1 w. Rooms 1 and 3. W.stcott Blk ....... . - -w. ... ... ... . tttmlh -- -- - -- trFFrmrr Fr FF FFF F FFFVFrrT B" LOANS, RENTS H. Bradbury & Son DR. A. B. PRICE DENTIST 14 and 15 The Colonial.'. Phone 681 Xady Assistant. NEW HONEY Extra Fine Quality. Phone 292. HADLEY BROS. THE BEE Phone 190-293 HOVE Phone 190-298 Gold Bond Maple Syrup The Genuine Article. Rodman's Whole Wheat Pancake Flour The best of all pancake flours. Mix with sweet milk or water and bake immediately. Pillsbury Best Flour Fancy White Honey In the Comb. New Home Made Apple Butter. Backmeyer Kraut. To deserve the confidence and pat ronage of the public, a financial in stitution should have: Stability Capable Management Ample Capital Service This compan5' has everyone of these requisites. We want to number you among our depositors, and will appreciate the opportunity of explaining to you the advantages of opening an account here. Richmond Company 3 per cent paid on savings PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Nyal's Hair Tonic Gradually darkens gray hair and makes it soft and glossy. Dandruff Is caused by bacterial action. This preparation being antiseptic, stops action of the bacteria. Price 50c. Quigley's Drug Store 4th' and Main CHICHESTER'S PILLS THE IMAMOM REAM). Jbadlr.I Ask your I'rusKftt for nt.cliM-Ui"a IHamond Brand i'llln in Red and Hold metalllcX boxes, soiled with Blue Ri'jboa. TaLo no o(hr. ltnr mT vahw OrairxUt. Ask for ' i i 1 IrE A-T E IS'S I1 AllO.N'D BRAXB FILLS, for Si years known as Best, Sifest. Always Keliai le S010 BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE DEFYSCHQOL BOARD; APPEAL TO COURTS Indiana Law in Reference to Fraternities in Schools To Be Tested. NATIONAL BODY IS ACTIVE. KAPPA ALPHA PHI OF ANDERSON WILL BRING A SUIT TO SECURE A RULING ON THE ACTION OF THE LEGISLATURE. Anderson, Ind., Oct. 16 In order to test the Indiana law, prohibiting fra ternities among high school students, the Kappa Alpha Phi fraternity of young men has retained A. H. Vestal and the firm of Kittinger & Diven to proceed against the City School Board for an injunction if the board under takes to expel from the school such students as are known to be fraternity members. In further defiance of the School Board this fraternity an nounced today that it had decided to reopen fraternity headquarters and would proceed to secure more mem bers among students of the high school at this time, and also grad uates. The Kappa Alpha Phi has tak en a five-year lease on rooms in a bus iness block and bought a complete fur niture outfit. The Beta Phi Sigma fraternity will also reopen its rooms. The fraterni ty members say the School Board has interfered with their liberty outside of schoolrooms, and, further, that the In diana law relating to high school fra ternities is unconstitutional. The local chapter of Kappas is to be assisted in its fight by the national organization, which has voted $300 to test the Indiana law, and has selected this town for a test case. Mr. Vestal said today that the papers for injunc tion will be filed this afternoon or to morrow, unless the School Board should recede from its position. The Betas announced today that they have lately taken in three new members, and that one is a son of Judge McClure of the Circuit Court. When the in junction is filed it will be in the Su perior Court, and the plaintiffs will ask that the case be set for hearing on Saturday, in order that all of the chapters of Indiana may be represented. You may buy coffee which costs you a trifle less than Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee, but you really pay more for it and do not get as good coffee. Don't get confused Arbuckles Ariosa Coffee is really the cheapest good coffee in the world. In sealed packages for your protection. AIUJLXJKLB BROS., Nw York. City. HURTY TAKES LOOK IT VARIOUS PLACES Secretary of the State Health Board Pays a Visit to Wayne County. RESULTED IN SOME GOOD. Orleans House, Twickenham, which will be pul up for sale in October, was built in the reign of Queen Anne by Mr. Secretary Johnstone. It later became much frequented by Queen Caroline. In lSt( the Duke of Orleans took up his residence there, and later the house was occupied by Don Car los, another royal exile. AT HAGERSTOWN THE PARTY WAS PILOTED ABOUT BY DR. E. H. THURSTON, THE LOCAL HEALTH OFFICER. MUST BELIEVE IT Herring are being sold in the streets of Sunderland, England, at twenty for a penny. V. J. COSGROVF. C. V. YOUNG The Richmond Plumbing and Electric Co. Modern Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, Electric Wiring and Supplies. 418 Main St. Richmond, Ind. Can You Beat This? in the way of bakery products? Cer tain it is that you'll travel many a weary mile to even equal our cakes, pies, pastry, rolls, etc. Our goods are always in demand, because those who know appreciate their excellence. But don't forget our bread our principal pride and source of our success. 7lA7klpr'c BAKERY and ZjWISMCl 2 RESTAURANT 908 Main St. Pbone 366. When Weil-Known Richmond People Tell It So Plainly. When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of Rich mond, the proof is positive. You must believe it. Read this testimony. Ev ery backache sufferer, every man, woman or child with any kidney trou ble will find profit in the reading. David Hershey, of 316 South Thir teenth street, Richmond, Ind., says: "Two b es of Doan's Kidney Pills that I procured at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store, cured me of distressing weakness of the kidneys and severe pains through the loins and sides. This trouble bothered me for some time and other treatments had not giv en me relief. . Doan's Kidney Pills did all and more than is claimed for them, and I am glad to help them along with my recommendation." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Stages. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. L OSftNTV ILLE IN HOPE OF GETTING TRACTION Presence of Capitalists Starts Some Rumors. THE TOWN WOULD EXPAND. Dr. J. N. Hurty, secretary of the ! state board of health was in Rich mond Tuesday and in company with the county commissioners and the secretary of the county board of j health, Dr. Charles Marvel, made an ' automobile trip to a number of points ' in Wayne county to investigate health ' conditions. Fountain City, Hagers town, Dublin, Milton and Cambridge City were visited and it is understood i the party were able to straighten up some differences that existed at var ious places, notably at Whitewater, in reference to the diptheria scare. FOUNTAIN PENS. The largest and best stock in the city. 25c to $3.00. Pens repaired while you wait. Keep this in view. JENKINS & CO., Jewelers. VISIT TO HAGERSTOWN. Many Places There Were Thoroughly Inspected. Hagerstown, Ind., Oct. 16. Dr. J. N. Hurty, secretary of the state board of health, and Dr. Marvel, secretary of the Wayne county board, accom panied by Dr. E. H. Thurston, secre tary of the Hagerstown board of health, made a round of all the public i buildings Tuesday and thoroughly in- I spected all localities which have been j suspected of being in an unsanitary j condition. The party visited the I slaughtering establishment of George W. Parsons, three miles north of town I and examined very carefully all de- j tails of the plant. A number of towns j in this section of the state are furn- j ished with meat from this house and the interest in the visit of Dr. Hurty is not merely local. While Hagerstown has not had an epidemic of contagious diseases for many years and the town presents the general appearance of cleanliness yet Dr. Thurston, the local health offi cer declares there were dozens of places so offensive as to require in stant attention. Quality Comes I First ! In all printing delivered J to our customers If you want cheap work the T QUAKER CITY PRINT SHOP is not the place to J get it. We give you high class X printing on good paper at T reasonable prices. The up-to-date business man appreciates that good T $. stationery is money in a his pocket and that poor T printing creates a feeling y of distrust in his product. Phone 21 I Quaker City t Printing Co. Over 17-19 IV. 8th St. t - ! i Lighting is a matter that has been carefully studied in the construction i of new American textile mills, of which ! the fronts are largely of glass. In the old mills the aim was rather to make a window that nobody could see through than one that would admit lie-it. One who has compared mill windows in three countries reports that factories are better lighted in Ger- j many than in England, and better in j England than in America. "A bad light," Shadwell writes In his "Indus trial Efficiency," is the most conspi cuous defect of American factory prem ises." In Germany he never saw an ill lighted work room: he found buildings well spread out and observed that tex tile mills have rarely more than three or four stories. The other girls asked how it came She was so fair to see; She told them they could be the same If they'd use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken and Co. Vthen You Loo into me Question of buying coal for consumption during the Winter you want to be sure you are going to get good coal; coal that throws out plenty of heat, and the only way to obtain such conditions is to buy the best. We have our yards filled with high grade, well screened coal that will not disappoint you after your bin is filled. O. D. BULLERDICK 529 S. 5Sh St. Phone 1235. Losantville, Ind., Oct. 16. If reports which were in circulation here are true, Losantville will be spreading her wings soon and flying high by putting on as many airs as her sister towns. There were several men in town said to be Eastern capitalists, looking over the ground where the proposed "Wild Flower and Loney Bee" traction line is to run through this place and mak ing specifications for the viaduct where it crosses the Big Four and C. C. & L. railroads. They were making the trip in automobiles, and after looking over the ground here, left over the proposed route toward Winchester, via Modoc It was intimated that the grading con tract would be let and work commenc ed yet this fall. It is also said that specifications show that only one bridge would be necessary on the sev enteen miles between here and Win chester, which would lower the expense of building the road bed, especially for that number of miles. Rheumatism is caused by the Improper ! working of the kidneys. The uric acid which should be removed from the blood remains in it. HolHster's ; Rocky Mountain Tea removes the j cause and drives It from the sys.tem. , 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Lu ken & Co. Hare you noticed the improved serv ice to Chicago via the C. C. & L? Through sleeper leaves Richmond at 11:15 P. M. daily, arrives in Chicago it 7:00 A. M. Try U. aprf-tf EXTRA THIS WEEK STAMPS iSl 111 15 STAMPS with one lb. of Coffee at 25c. 20 STAMPS with one lb. of Coffee at 30c. 25 STAMPS with one lb. of Coffee at 35c. 40 STAMPS with one lb. of Tea at 50c. 45 STAMPS with one lb. of Tea at 60c. 60 Stamps with one 18 oz can of A. & P. Baking Powder at 50c a can. 20 Stamps with one 2 oz boitle A. & P. Extract at 25c. 18 Pounds Fine Granulat ed Sugar $1.00 50 STAMPS with one lb. of Tea at 70c. 10 STAMPS with one pkg. of Mac aroni or Spaghetti at 10c a pkg. 10 STAMPS with 5 cakes of A. and P. Soap at 4c a cake. 10 STAMPS with 2 pkgs. ofw- and P. Gelatine at 5c a pkg. 10 STAMPS with one jar of'A. and P. Jam at 16c a Jar. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. 727 Main Street Old Phone 53 W. New Phone 107 ig Iw (Cm... Our expected visitor has come, and announced that "COAL" weather is not far off, and warns us to be prepared for it when it comes. If you have not already laid in your supply of coal j-ou no doubt want to do so at once. It may be that this sudden emergen cy has found you short of money, and you don't like to ask for credit, but want to pay cash, which is far better for you to do. We loan money in any amount from $5.00 to $200, on household goods, pianos, fixtures, horses and vehicles. You can repay your loan in small weekly, monthly or Quarter ly installments so as to suit your income. LET US BE YOUR ONLY CREDITOR $ .60 a week pays off a loan of $ 25.00 In 50 weeks. $1.20 a week pays off a loan of $ 50.00 In 50 weeks. $2.40 a week pays off a loan of $100.00 Sn 50 weeks. Other amounts in same proportion. ' . Come to us to get the money to buy your COAL. CLOTHING, and all your necessary winter supplies, and only owe at one place where your payments will be smaller than they would be with any one concern which would extond you credit. In this way you will not always be short of money as you would be by having several places to pay. Come in and talk it over with us and learn our methods, and you will be convinced of the advantages we offer you. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL If you can not call, fill out the following blank and mall to us and we will send our representative to call on you. Your name Wife's name Address St. and No Amount wanted Kind of security you have. LOANS MADE IN CENTERVILLE. GERMANTOWN, CAM BRIDGE CITY, DUBLIN, EATON, WEST ALEXANDRIA, NEW PARIS. I Established 1S95. Home Pbone 445. Boom 8, Colonial Bnildlng- RtCHMOND, IND. top 2 Tf , orb (TP Ik-2 Isttem 2 The Model Grocery Co. will be open and ready for business tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 15. With a full and complete line of staple and fancy groceries. The entire grocery stock from the Hood Dept. Store has been moved to this room, and a large amount of new goods added. We will buy Butter and Eggs, and pay more than any store in Richmond, for we have the outlet for the produce. Also all kinds of vegetables and meats will be bought from our former customers. In fact bring us what you have to sell. Trading Stamps with every purchase of 10 cents or more. Your patronage solicited. Remember the place. 11 South Seventl Smith & Goodrich. Props. One Chop Will Not Fell a Tree nor will one glass of pure beer make you strong immediately, although it. will refresh and rest you If you are tired. But by drinkfng one or two bottles of beer a day at your meals or before your meals and before retiring you will build up your strength and health. Pure beer is a tonic and in vigorator. Minck Brewing Co. i Wedding Bells are ringing. "We Have IHe Rings." IS and 22 karat. No such assortment Is oflered except In large cities. Jenkins (L Co.. Jewelers. Our 7,800 Savings Depositors Is oar best testimonial tnat we enjoy the Public Confidence As a Sale Banking Institution. Your savings are absolutely secure 11 deposited with Dickinson Trust Company We solicit your account. Three per cent, on deposits.