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THE RICHMOND PA1. t-ADIUM AND BUN-TELEGRAM, SUTfD AY. OCTOBER 3, 1909. When we say that "we conduct every department of banking" we real ly don't make a very definite impression on the mind of the average reader, but ... TTIliie IDepaiiiKliMeiriitt EBaiimlk When we tell you that we can rent you a fire and burglar-proof box In which to stor your jewelry and papers Tihat we can arrange the safest, easiest and best way for you to send or carry money at home or in foreign countries That we have a strong collection service That we maintain a department to give convenient and superior service to our women patrons. That we have a savings section paying 3 per cent compounded twice a year in which we open accounts with as little as a dollar That our Commercial Department gives as good attention to small ac counts as to large onee Then you begin to see that this is really a DEPART r.:c::T which you can get practically any line of service voj may t'esir; business invited. Your FIRST NATIONAL BANK UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 500 HORSES ARE ENTERED IN SHOW Entries Are Received From Various Parts of Ohio And Indiana. WILL BE A GREAT EVENT H. H. KIRK OF SPICELAND AND JAMES LONG OF CARTHAGE, O., HAVE BEEN SECURED AS JUDG ES BY FESTIVAL. The horse show, which will he held on North Tepth street, in connection with .the Fall Festival, promises to eclipse anything of that kind ever glv- tca in ati amateur way in this section of the country. About 600 horses have been entered in the exhibit, most of them being from Indiana and Ohio. K. K. Kirk of Spiceland, will be the Judge on draft horses. Mr. Kirk is a recog- 'nized authority on these animals and has judged at Fort Wayne and various other cities in the state with much suc cess. The judge on light harness, sad dle and general purpose horses will be James Long, of Carthage, Ohio, an ex perienced man. Several fine horses will be shown, including Orotorio, the sire of Maggie ".winder, valued at $5,000, the fastest three-year-old pacer in the world. The 'animal will be exhibited by George Amsden of this city. Black Lion, a 'famous trotter, owned by William Dagler of Rushville. will be entered in 'the show. The only thing in which the committee is handicapped for is lack of livery room for the keeping of , the horses on exhibit. Great interest is being manifest in the show by fann- : ers generally over the surrounding country. T. P. A. Notes BY T. C. H. , March! March! March! The boys ; are marching. Maybe. State President E. E. Lebo was in Indianapolis attending a meeting of the state board of directors yesterday. : Judging from the appearance of so many of the boys in new clothes of re 'markable beauty, the business on the road must be on the upward trend. Post C is gaining every day in its rep utation as the best appearing post in Indiana. A billiard and pool tournament is being planned for the members of Post C and, the same will be conducted on a handicap basis, so that all the members will be entered on as equal a basis as It is possible to be. Both contests will be pulled off at the same time. A .committee, consisting of Marcus Hasty, Harry Wooters and T. C. Harrington have the affair in charge, and are pre paring to have the tournament the lat ter part of October. Prises will be of fered for the winners of both events, and it is hoped that as many as possi ble will enter the contests and make them successful in every way. The smoker given in the club rooms last night to all the members of the lost and a few Invited guests, proved ; to be the most enjoyable social affair! ever held in Post C headquarters. The j - r v 1 f largest crowd ever at any smoker giv en by the post turned out and every body enjoyed the affair and passed the evening in a most agreeable manner. Cards were played and an' elegant luncheon was served. Post C opens the winter season full of promise for happy hours throughout the winter months. Many social events are on the calendar for the sea son of 'OO-'IO. J. C. Boyd, who was injured in an au tomobile accident some time ago, is again able to be out and has started on the road in the interest of his firm, the Meyer Drug Co., of St. Louis. Mrs. Boyd is improving rapidly and is still at the home of her brother, Elmer Le bo. Chas. Beck, after a few weeks' stren uous life spent in the political game, has again taken up his grip and has started on a two weeks' trip in south ern Indiana. Charlie will be back in time to march in the Mardi Gras pa rade. Newt Worth of the International Harvester Co., now stationed at South Bend, was in the city during the past week and was greeted by a number of the boys, who were glad to see him. Newt seems to be on the r6ad to things higher up and wears the same oM smile as he always did when in Richmond. We would be much pleas ed had he made his stay-more extend ed. Marion Post N. seems to be awaking up to things in general in the T. P. A. circles, and are planning to open up club rooms and maintain permanent headquarters. Post C Is much please 1 to hear that Marion is to be with us in the matter of being up-to-date. Mari on has a good live bunch of T. P. A. boys and have the proper stuff to maintain excellent headquarters. Elmer Lebo, returning from Indian apolis last night, reports that the meet ing held by the state board was the best meeting ever held and accom plished great good for the T. P. A. or ganisation of Indiana. The little dif ferences that have existed between some few members in certain quarters were 1 entirely and satisfactorily ad justed and we start off today with a clean slate, with everybody harmonious and the best of feeling prevailing throughout the state. H reports the state treasury as being In the best con dition ever experienced by the state treasurer; In fact, the board placed some money on interest for a short time at a little profit to the organiza tion. With the money condition as well as the spirit of good fellowship existing among the members, Indiana is now on the threshold of a good growth for the remaining months of the present administration. Boys of Indiana, get together from now on and see the good you can do. At the meeting last night, a large number of members of Post C agreed to parade in the Mardi Gras event Friday evening. Every member of the post is urged to turn out for this parade and help to represent the wholesale manu facturers and jobbers in a most cred itable manner. Talk to your brother member and have him get in line. Each member is expected at the post rooms Friday evening. Oct, 8 at 6:43 p. m. Don't forget the time and the place. Tooker, the cook, Tooker, the handy man In general, lived up to his reputa tion and had the arrangements for last night down to the last detail. Post C would be in bad straits without him. A. H. Rice, with the Hoosier Drill Co., had his membership transferred last night from Louisville to Post C. Richmond. Hegger and Took- are making ar rangements with President Qui- to zn to Plftua, 0,t and advertise the Rich mond Baking Co. How the president is going to dress his "Cubs" has not been determined. "Step fast" shoes are being worn by the man that makes the oyster soup. Lest you forget. Remember Friday night and what you have promised to do. 0:45 p. m., at the club rooms. Five applications were written last night. The following were the new members admitted. Pettis A. Reid, James Goldick, Jno. J. Harrington, Jr"., Chas. H. Drifmeyer, Francis C. Petti-bone. A Great Playwright. C3) In speaking of the great comedy. "Mary Jane's Pa," in which Henry E. Dixey will be presented by Henry W. Savage at the Gennett Tuesday night. Amy Leslie, the Chicago News critic, said): "It is the hour of undiscovered playwrights, and suddenly to the top where the froth is most inspiring comes Edith Ellis with 'Mary Jane's Pa.' " DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP. The real estate firm of Ball and Peltz has dissolved partnership. Mr. Ball will continue his business at the firm's old stand while Mr. Peltz will locate on the second floor of the Lu ken block. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. jjtjl The Staff of Lifo Call for it. All Grocers have It, Oysters, Meals and Lunch Served at All Hoars Bakery 28 S. 5th Restaurant CCS Main THE OF RICHMOND. ESTABLISHED 1872. $2445,056.38 OFFICERS JOHN B. D0UGAN, President. D. G. REID, Vice-President. GEO. H. EGGEMEYER, Vice-Pres. DIRECTORS HOWARD COMPBELL JOHN B. DOUGAN GEO. H. EGGEMEYER C. W. ELMER CLEM A. GAAR S. W. GAAR HENRY GENXETT JOHN J. HARRINGTON E. G. HTBBERD E. G. HILL C. W. ELMER, Vice-Pres. S. W. GAAR, Cashier. W. C. SEEKER, Asst. Cashier. JOHN R. HOWARD GEO. W. MILLER D. G. REID P. W. SMITH HENRY C. STARR S. S. ST RATTAN, JR.