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THE RIOIIMOXD PALLADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1909. PROGRAMS ARE . SPLENDID ONES High Class Speakers for Bos ton, Hagerstown and Economy Institutes. GREAT INTEREST IS SHOWN BOSTON INSTITUTE WILL BE HELD FIRST, JANUARY" 20, AND OTHERS WILL FOLLOW ON SUC CEEDING DATES. Hagerstown, Ind., Jan. 13. The farmers ' annual Institutes of Wayne county to be held at Boston Wednes day, Jan. 20; Hagerstown,, Thursday, Jan. 21 and Economy, Friday: Jan. 22 are promising to be of more than un usual interest this year. Never before lias the committee in charge been able 1o get as good a class of speakers. The following are the programs for the Institutes: Boston, January 20. 'Institute called to order by E. M. Hoover, chairman. , ' ,, MusiC ' . Invocation . . Rev. E E. Hale "Helps in Housekeeping". . V. .... . Mrs. C. N. Undley Discussion.. .. . . . .Mrs. Clayy Beard Music "Shall I be a Mixed Farmer or a Specialist" . . . . . . R. L. Thompson Discussion . . . ., John Deal Miscellaneous. Dinner furnished by Ladies Aid So ciety. 5 : 30 p. m. Music "Wheat Growing as a Profit" .. .. R. Thompson Discussion Henry LaFuse Music Recitation , . . . Miss Marie Brattain "Some Plana to Lighten Summer Work" Mrs. C. N. Lindley Discussion. .. .Mrs. Lillian EOcenbsrry Music T:00 p. m. Music "Value of the Farm and Farmer" Mrs. C. N. Lindley Music Recitation Clarence Parkes "Position of the Farmer Among Men" .... , R. L. Thompson Music Hagerstown, January 21. Institute called to order by B. M. Hoover, chairman. .. v Music Invocation Rev. Frank Hay Music "Importance of Soil Fertility".. ... .. ........ R. L. Thompson Discussion Music "Something we have Learned about Alfalfa" .. .. .. .. .. L. Macy Music "Our Homes and what They Stand For" .. .. .. .. Mrs. C. N. Lindley Discussion Mmic ' 1:30 p. m. Music "Shall I be a Mixed Farmer or a Specialist" R. L. Thompson Discussion Music "Needs of the Rural School".. .. .. .. .. .. Mrs. C. N. Lindley Discussion by County Superintendent C. W, Jordan MubIc Selection of County Chairman for the coming year. 7:00 p. m. Music "Position of Farmers Among Men" . . . . . .R. L. Thomiwon Discussion Music "Sanitary Conditions of Our Homes" Dr. F. C. Lamar Music "Home Making as a Profession" .... .. .. MrB. C. N. Lindley Music Economy, January 22. Institute called to order by E. M. Hoover, chairman. Music Invocation .. .. .. .. ..Rev. Singer Music "Importance of Soil Fertility" . . . . ,.R. L. Thompson Discussion Music "Relation of Soil Moisture to Plant Growth" .. .. .. ". . .. .. L. Macy Discussion Music "Helps In Housekeeping" Mrs. C. N. Lindley Discussion - Music 1:30 p. m. Music "Breeding and Feeding Hogs for the Shambels" .... . . R. L. Thompson Discussion Mu3ic "Our Homes and What They Stand for".. .. Mrs. C. N. Undley Music 7:00 p. m. Music "Mental Culture on the Farm". . .. : " . . . . . . . . . . . . R. L. Thompson Discussion Music "Some Pests on the Farm" .. .. Mr. Moore Music "Home Making as a Profession".... .. .. Mrs. C. N. Lindley Music DIDN'T KNOW WHAT HE WAS DOING. A man down in Charlotte, N. C, made a bet that "WHIZ" wouldn't take Printers' Ink or Paint off the hands and leave the hands soft and smooth. He rubbed Printers' Ink over one hand and Axle Grease over the other, but "WHIZ" took it off in a jifTy. He lost the bet. If you're betting to win bet on "WHIZ." Get a can of your grocer and try it. WHAT SENATORS GET Transportation Allowances to And From Legislature Made to Solons. KIRKMAN RECEIVES $14.00 Palladium Bureau Indianapolis, Jan. 13. The senate committee on mileage and accounts has prepared its report showing how much each senator is en titled to as mileage for going to and from the session of the legislature. The law says that the members of the general assembly shall receive ten cents a mile going and coming be tween their home and the state capi tol. The report of the committee is as follows: 0 Beal $14.60; Benz $35; Bingham $32; Bland $18.20; Bowser $37.60; Brady $18.60; Clark none; Cox none; Crumpacker $31.20; Fleming $27.20; Forkner $8.80: Gonnerman $40.40; Grube $24; Hallaeck $22.20; G. E. Hanna $10; H. L. Hanna $3; Harlan none; Hawkins $16.60; Higgins $17. 40; Kane $4.80; Kimmell $35.90; Kirkman $14; KIstler $15; Kling $15; Lambert $11.40; Durre 36.40; Farrell none; Long $9; McCallum $12.40; Mc carty $10.20; McCullough $7.20; McDowell $24; Mattingly $22.40; Moore $11.80; Orndorf $27; Parks $21.60; Patterson $24; Pearson $16.20; Pelzer $40.80; 'Powers $37.20; Proc tor $31; Ranke $27.20; Royse $14.60; Shafer $13; Springer $9.60; Stotsen burg $23; Strange $14; Tilden 8; Wood $12.80; Yarling $6. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Richmond Home Telephone Com pany will be held at the home office of the company, 25 North 9th street, in the City of Richmond, Indiana, on Wednesday, January 27, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of elect ing eleven directors of said Company for the next ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said meeting. J. M. LONTZ, President. L. E. BROWNE, Secretary. Polo tonight Greeks vs. Smith; Grays vs Carmans. City bowling alley, 22 N. 9th 22-tf Special Notice. All accounts due J. Will Mount & Son are payable now and are due not later than Jan. 9, 19u9. after which they will be placed in the bands of an attorney to collect with costs, Mr. Mount. Sr., having sold out to Paul A. Mount, we desire to close all accounts by the above date. J. Will Mount & Son Henry W. Deuker FANCY GROCER High Grade Coffees and Teas Cor. 6th St. and Ft. Wayne avc Phone 1204 Established 1874 The Store of Bargains. Richmond Brokerage Company. 8TH AND FT. WAYNE AVE Cream to Whip. Bachmeyer Kraut. Swiss Cheese. HADLEY BROS. HOUSEHOLD Goods Packed for STORAGE or SHIPPING. DUNHAM'S Furniture Store 627-629 Main Street. W((p Menu's anad Yoummgy Menu's QoQQnnimgj and FurmisMimgj (Goodls. Suits and Overcoats selling at very low prices Specials on Children's Suits 'and Overcoats. Men's Underwear, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Gloves, Neck wear, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and Sweater Coats going at greatly reduced prices. OottMers Furiranslhieirs 803 MsM Sit. Phones 1198 11W BEE DIVE GROCERY Phones 1198 1199 Peas! Peas! Peas! . Peas! EMPSON'S COLORADO PEAS, B. P. O. E., Best Peas on Earth. The best brand obtainable. The brand the people want and buy. The top-notchers. The real Lead ers in their relative lines. Grown a mile high at the base of the Rocky Mountains. No store has the best Peas (Empson's) but the Bee Hive. Home-made Apple Butter, Back meyer Kraut, Old Fashioned Buck wheat, Genuine Maple Syrup and Sugar, Franklin Mills Whole Wheat Flour. Bee Hive Coffee is the best. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. ecainid 1 Matin mall Bank off ers greater advantages to its depositors than any other bank in Eastern Indiana Its Assets, January lot, 1900, Depositary for the United States and Ctate of Indiana, NO SOOT. NO CLINKER. Best lor Domestic use. RED ASH DARBY COAL efas,cveiybyA.narshCoal& Supply Co. "ST Start the New Year Right Get all your bills into one. We will loan you the necessary money on your household goods, piano, fixtures, teams, etc., etc., quickly and without publicity. ' $1.20 is the weekly payment on a $30 loan for 50 weeks. Larger or smaller amounts at same proportion. Large capital large business. Reasonable rates courteous treatment. We make loans in the city and all surrounding towns and count ry. If you need money, fill out this blank and mail it to us. .Our agent will call on you. Your full name City "........... Street and No Amount wanted Kind of security you have RICHMOND LOAN CO. Established 1895 Home Phone 1545 Room 8. Colonial Blda Richmond. Indiana. Mow About Your BHIc? Do various little ones trouble yon? Then why not sum them all up, come to us and let us loan you the money with which to pay them all and then, instead of paying several places each week, repay us in such sums and at such times as may best suit your convenience? We loan any amount, for any time, anywhere and on house hold goods, livestock, or any other personal property, without re moval, and our rates and methods are aura to meet your approval. If you owe some other loan company and desire VERY MUOH CHEAPER RATES, we win gladly loan you the money with which to pay them off. Giving you 50 weeks time in which to pay us hak. 65c is a weekly payment on a $25.00 loan; $1.10 ia a weekly payment oa a $50.00 loan. Other amounts in like proportion. If you are In need of a loan and would like to learn our rates and methods, fill out the following and mail to us and our agent will call at your home. Name Address Amount wanted $ Occupation .... Kind of security . . Confidential dealings. Courteous treatment INDIANA LOAN CO. Home 141 Third Rlchamoad. 49-U Colonial COR. Oth and MAIN STRECTG. FURNaTUIXE " CZDDIKG . PICTUIISG Palladium West As Go Into All C; Pfiaimi Hi MACIMMES An Instrument that is attracting the attention of the mnsleal public piano, but the Not in years has a musical instrument been introduced that has at once attracted such interest as is being shown in the lUassfcary iBZS&zMSESk Piano. Nearly everyone has become acquainted with the ordinary player I made hv The Cable Comoanv. Chicago, has marked the introduction of a really dependable . and satisfactory instrument. The .'-''? t Pianos have many distinct features of advantage. . For instance : The Miniature Keyboard, the Transposing Device, a case of normal proportions and elegant design, and many other characteristics that make these instru ments superior. Evervone interested m music should call at our store and inspect the SUNCtma? -f Pianos which we have on exhibition. We have a large collection of music rolls and visitors can play their own ciioice trom many selections. Those who have pianos and desire to purchase one of these Z2E3zPJXk instruments can make advantageous exchange j arrangements. r i LliI ... U We have just ordered another shipment of Sewing Machines, both cabinet and regular, and will have the same in a few days. V e can sell you a fine Drop Head, Ball Bearing Cabinet Machine for $40.00, or a regular machine for $23.75, guaran teed for 10 years. We are selling lots of themandknow you will pleased THE McCdPMAIHIA be Vi have"a Itoc asaoa iLcaS j AAl aaa we are caaldafl 'hf "ll - prices to sell thessu 11 w 11-13 SOUTH FOURTH ST. 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