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THE RICIDIOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRA3I, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1907.
IAGIS TEX. SCHOOL HAS GREAT ECONOMIC PROBLEMS So Declared President John W. Cook to Wayne Coun ty Teachers. THE WORLD AS A PROBLEM. FtftU BAUM9 14 CABBAGE "S FOR WELL.DRESSED WOMEM Garments That Set the Style Our showing of Fashionable Garments truly a Fashion Event never before equalled in the history of this city. Every woman who wants to be well dressed will enjoy our splendid showing of the new est ideas in Fall Fashions, arriving daily, replenish ing our stock to its fullest capacity after each day's business. Always Showing Something New You will be pleased with the beautiful styles and charmed with the vast variety. Among this selec tion you will easily find just that blending style and fashion suitable for any face, figure and taste. Among These You'll Find The Cefldtorafeffl W oaitSo Sulfite sun wis Famous the world over for select, original designs, and guaranteed linings and pure wool cloths. The genuine "Wooltex Marchioness Coats" (see illustration above) are long, loose, graceful garments particularly adapted to afternoon and evening wear; for parties-and the theatre it is just the thing and will not crush the most delicate gown. Prices, $17.50 to $37.50. The genuine "Wooltex Belmore" (see illustration lower left corner) is fitted or semi-fitted as you prefer, and particularly useful for day time wear. Prices $20.00 to $32.50. You will find "Wooltex Garments" adaptable to any style figure modified as they are to please every taste. Their materials offer you the widest choice, both in staple colors and the latest novelty patterns. Par ticularly would we have you note the exquisite fineness of their tailoring; much more than the usual amount of materials is used, giving them the luxurious fullness that well-dressed women are demanding. Better still is the "Wooltex" label, which GUARANTEES EVERY COAT for at least TWO SEASONS' SATISFACTORY WEAR. Titans sure Sell Thorn fflae SMrts Late ideas fresh from the hands of the master designers of the worldsuits with long or short Jackets with plain or plaited skirts. A variety truly immense in all the new novelty materials as well as the staple favorites. Here's where you must "look at the fit." That is why our skirts are sure to please. There are walking skirts, skirts plain, and skirts trimmed, and every one is guaranteed to please in fashion, fit and fabric. They have swing and grace in set and hang that compels admiration. Come at your earliest convenience and learn what real gar ment satisfaction is in store for you this Fall. LEE IB. fIUSOAOM TEACH THE CHILD HOW TO STUDY AND HE WILL DO HIS WORK LEE AULT ELECTED PRESIDENT. In his address to the Wayne county ' teachers at the high school building Saturday, President John W. Cook:' said: "The school has a great economic problem which it has never solved. It ; has not yet eliminated the factor of ; waste. The purpose of the school is to aid the child in the development of his consciousness. Consciousness is I a devise of nature to aid the child in the solution of difficult problems that , he is not able to solve by natural de velopment. I What form does the world take to I a man to arouse his activity? It takes the form of the problem. And what is a problem? It is a state of mind, j an unrealized end. The end is the j gratification of some desire. The is solation of the problem becomes the ' great work of the teacher and that i work is best accomplished in the as signment of tomorrow's lesson. Teach the child how to study and he will do his work. Give him to understand that there is a problem before him In tomorrow's task and then give him some clew as to how to solve it. The association elected the follow ing officers: President Lee Ault. City. First vice-president O. Fountain City. Second vice-president-White, Richmond. Secretary Miss Juliet Richmond. Treasurer C. W. Jordan, Rich mond. Cambridge It. Voris, -Miss Ora Robbins, The other girls asked how It came She was so fair to ee; She told them they could be the same If they'd use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken and Co. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and as sistance during the sickness and death of our wife and mother. JOHN V. BLOSE AND FAMILY. WIFE GRANTED 11 DIVORCE Was Also Given Custody of the Children. "Seeing Glass" or Looking Glass. The following is an extract from the will of a Lincolnshire farmer, dated Aug. 1, 1796: "Item I also give to my wife the bed Bhe now lieth on, one ovel (sic) table, one Tea table, one Round tabie. three round backed chairs, one spindle chair, my chlney (sic) and Tea table. Silver spoons, one Baril (sic) warming pan and a Seeing Glass and Tongs." Lon don Notes and Queries. The Rnnrise Of Life. Infants and children are constantly needing a laxative. It is important to know what to (rive them. Their stomach and bowels are not strong enough for salts, purgative waters or cathartic pills, powders or tablets. Give them a mild, pleasant, gentle, laxative tonic like Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin, which sells at tfca small sum of SO cents or SI at drug stores. It is the one great remedy for yon to have ia the house to give children when they need it. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. THE BEE Phone 180-298 HIVE Phone 190-298 BEE HIVE AND PERRI -WALLA TEA GOLD BAND MAPLE SYRUP AND PANCAKE FLOUR Stella Miller was granted a divorce In the circuit court Saturday from Thomas Miller. Mrs. Miller was also ' given the custody of the children but with the understanding that the fath-. er might visit them at any time pro viding he conducted himself properly. Another 100 Barrel Lot Special For Monday Only 60c a Barrel Good, Sound, Large Heads, Fine Quality For Kraut Making or Winter Keeping. PHONE YOUR ORDERS. JOHN IV1. EGGEMEYER 4th AND MAIN STREETS. I ley lor 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 you 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 in 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 extend 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 mail to us and we will send our representative to call on you. Tour name . Wife's name Address St. and No Amount wanted Kind of security you have. LOANS MADE IN CENTER VI LLE, GERMANTOWN, CAM BRIDGE CITY, DUBLIN, EATON, WEST ALEXANDRIA, NEW PARIS. B5DHGmRJE2 L.OAK Established 1825. Home Phone 445. Room S, Colonial Building. RICHMOND, IND. Our 7,800 Savings Depositors Is our best testimonial that we enjoy the Public Confidence As a Safe Banking Institution. Your savings are absolutely secure 11 deposited with Dickinson Trust Company We solicit your account. Three per cent, on deposits. The Doctor Will Tell You that most people drink too little flu ids to rid the system of waste matter. Of course, water is the best "flusher." But water Isn't as palatable as might be. Next best thing la a pure harm less beer. Well, Richmond Export Beer fills the bill without making a doctor's bilL It's a tasty drink, it's a nourishing drink. It should be your drink. Minck Brewing Co. Palladium i Ads ARE THE CANDY