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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TEIiEGRAM, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1909.
XAGE EIGHT DOUBLE BARREL SIZOiau: KlMirafiDin) Will HI mil ii fflSITD T The best preliminary preparation consists of a visit to our store. There you will find everything needed, and convenient for any kind of a hunting trip Guns, Ammunition, Hunting Hats, Hunting Suits, Game Bags, etc. Everything you'll have to have and everything you'll want to have. IT The Automatic Shot Gun is the latest improvement in the gun world. Shoots five times as fast as you can pull the trigger. When it comes to rifles, we're in a class to ourselves. Our rifles are all standard, reliable makes. You don't have any uncertain feeling about the results when you use these rifles. The Winchester Repeating Rifle, 22-cali-ber, is shown here; shoots 16 times. Guns which shoot short, long, or long rifle cartridg es are carried. Which do you want? Come and take your choice. WITRO CLUE) SHOT SHELLS The U. M. C. are the only steel lined shells made. Which would you prefer? The old fashioned paper kind or these modern ones? i When you go hunting with a Winchester Shot Gun you know you're going to get results. All the years of experience in the making of superior guns have made this sure result. Per fection of detail has made a perfect product. This style of Winchester gun won the Grand American Handicap. It couldn't have done this if it hadn't been of the very highest class. It made the highest average ever made, too. It's a 5 shot, accurate, long range gun. If you see it you'll surely get it. We've a copy of the 1909 game laws which is yours for the asking. If you want to know what to hunt and when to hunt it, you'll come and get a copy of these game laws. ON S ARDWAR l HUNDREDS KILLED; 2,000 HOMELESS Prairie Fires Are Now Sweep ing the Steppes of Old Russia. MANY HOMES DESTROYED COMMUNICATION HAS BEEN IN TERRUPTED AND ONLY VAGUE REPORTS HAVE SO FAR BEEN RECEIVED. (American News Service) London, Oct. 2. Odessa dispatches received here today say 500 are dead and 2,000 homeless in the prairie fires which are sweeping the steppes. At Sadoma, in the government of Saratoff, fifty-six peasants were com pelled to flee from their farms and their homes were destroyed. At RJadt, in the government of Iver, 98 farm steads were destroyed and two women perished. At Vovens, in the govern ment of Tchernigoff, sixty farms were ravaged by fire and a girl burned to death. Near Ivanofka-Ginlusha twen ty farm houses were burned. Communication has been interrupted and only vague stories are received from Odessa from refugees. These people tell with thrilling details how the lurid glow of the fires can be seen for miles and miles and how great armies of human beings and wild ani mals flee before the rush of. the con flagration. In one day 1,200 persons were rendered homeless. The suffer ing is intense and the government is taking steps for relief. Students of the Crustacea often find the cod a useful assistant collector. Thus the circular crab seems to be a favorite food of code and rays, and was chiefly from the stomachs of these fish that some of the oldest na turalists obtained their specimens. Another hunting ground of the natur alist is the sailing ship which has been in foreign parts. My Y Pi Grows Hair and we can PROVE IT! The Great DANDERINE Neve Fails to Produce the Desired Results. IT enlivens and invigorates the ha. I glands and tissues of the sea'. resulting In a continuous an increasing growth of tbe hai. Letters of praise are continnaHy coming In from nearly all part t the country stating that Danderlm bss renewed tbe growth of ha(r l.i cases that were considered abso lutely hopeless. A lady from Brooklyn writes: "After a short trial my hair stopped fulling, and I now have a lovely head of hair, very hcary and over one and a quarter yards Ions:." Danderlne stimulates the aco'i makes it healthy and keeps it so It is the greatest scalp invigorate known. It is a wholesome medicin (or both (he hair and scalp. Eve I a small bottle of it will pu; more genuine life in your hair than a gallon of any other hair tonic ever made. It shows results from the very start. Now oa sale at every drug and -toilet store in the land ; 3 sizes 25c, 50o and 91 .OO Cut This Out 7 Caa To show how quickly 1 Danderlne acts. we will send a large sample free by re torn mail to any one who sends this free coupon to the KiMltta OMftriat Ca.. CMcaft. with tbetrname and address and 10c in silver or stamps to par postage. A HALF MILLION UP Pittsburgers Are Ready to Doctor Sues Woman for Ser SETTLES FOR $1, Bet $500,000 on the Pirate Team. SEVERAL BIG BETS MADE (American News Service) Pittsburg. Pa., Oct. 2. Pittsburgers have $oOO,000 to back the Pirates on winning the world's championship from Detroit. The prevailing odds here today are ten to seven on Pitta burg, and it is predicted that the odds will reach ten to four before the first game next Friday. Shad Gwilliam, the local sporting man, and plunger, has made several large bets at ten to seven and an nounces that he has $50,000 more at the same price. Reports from other cities show the odds to run in Detroit at six to five, in Boston ten to six and in Washington 8 to 5 all with Pitta burg on the long end. Fifty automobiles filled with Pitts burg fans will leave here for Detroit on Sunday, October lO and expect to arrive there in time to witness the game of October 11. vices Rendered Aged Man and Wife. CLAIM NOTE WAS FORGERY Earlham Gossip Miss Sarah Addington. A meeting of Ionian, the boys' liter ary society, at Earlham. was held Fri day evening for the purpose of electing officers for the coming term. The results of the election are as follows: President Payne Comstock. Vice President Vincent Nicholson. Secretary Harold Kimball. At a similar meeting of Phoenix. the girls' society, the following officers were elected: President Jeannette Fennimore. Vice president Olive Wright. Secretary Luci'e Wilson. Miss Louise Estes was chosen as as sistant editor of the "Earlhamite," and Miss Olive Wright as assistant busi ness manager. Last night in the girls' parlor in Earlham hall, about two hundred and fifty students gathered together for the "opening reception." a time honored annual event at the college. After a few minutes of introductions, the pro gram of the evening was given. Pres ident Kelly gave "a short talk on the social life at Earlham and its advan tages, Mr. Pennington and Miss Estes gave short addresses of welcome on behalf of the men and the girls re spectively, and Mr. Tretlow, Brooklyn, New York, son of a prominent minister of that city, responded in behalf of the new students. The traditional Ice cream and cake were served, and the Winchester, Ind., Oct. 2. The case of Caroline Hamilton against the estate of George W. Cutler, which has been on trial in the Randolph Circuit court all week, was settled by an agreed pay ment to the plaintiff of eighteen hu dred dollars by the executor, Dr. Du laney S. Wiggins, of New Castle. The case was predicated upon a note of six thousand dollars, which Mr3. Hamilton alleges was given to her by George W. Custer in August. 1S!9. in consideration of services and atten tion she had rendered to him and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Cutler were an aged couple who were childless and in their family Mrs. Hamilton's husband, James Hamilton, was reared, having come there as a mere boy. The rela tions that existed between the families were largely broken off upon the death of Mrs. Cutler who for years, it is al leged was a confirmed Invalid. State Note Was a Forgery. The heirs of the Cutler estate alleged that the note was a forgery and the fight against its payment was made on that basis. A large number of old friends, acquaintances and employes of the Cutler family were present as witnesses, coming principally from Rush and Henry counties. Many of them held that the signature to the note was in Cutler's handwritin?, while others claimed it was not. The settlement was reached at noon today after the evidence had been closed and a portion of the arguments of counsel made. Palladium Want Ads Pays J. W. TOWLE. C. or R. evening altogether was a dells wl al-i CXiRT UA.WORT1J, Sachem. Its A Top Notch Doer. Great deeds compel regard. The world crowns its doers. That's why the American people have crowned Dr. King's New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies. Every ! atom is a health force. It kills germs, and colds and la grippe vanish. It heals cough-racked membranes and coughing stops. Sore, inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More, Black Jack, X. C. writes "it cured me of lung trouble, pronounced hopeless by all doctors." 50c, $1.00. Trial bot tle free. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co. NOTICE. Hokendauqua Tribe I. O. R. M. Members are urgently requested to meet at the hall Friday night, October Sth, at 6:30 o'clock, to participate in the Fall Festival parade. Be sure and come. fair. Coimseirwaitlnw Slices Some shoes call attention to the wearer by their lack of style. Others call attention to their wearer by their excess of style. Most men prefer the kind which will do neither. Such men come to our stores. Here they find shoes just such as they want shoes which carry with them all the serviceable, good fitting, comfortable qualities in conservative shapes and leathers. Some men do not care to change their style of shoes each season. They desire a shape and style which changes but little, a style such that they do not have to break in their feet to fit each new pair of shoes they buy. For such men we carry extensive lines of shoes. Hanan Shoes Year In and year out the Hanan Shoe remains practi cally the same. Its quality cannot be impaired. Its shapes and its leathers have been found to be the kird which careful dressers prefer. The Hanan Patent Colt Button Shoe is the standard shoe for dress. It can be worn for dress on all occasions with the satisfying knowledge that the feet could be no better or more correctly shod. For business wear the Gun Metal Shoe in Button, Lace 2nd the Vici Kid, Kid Lined Shoe, cannot be equaled. They sell for $6.00. Our $4.09 Shoes Represent high qualities in this line. There is a great amount of service, lots of comfort and plenty of good, conservative style to be found in these shoes. They sat isfy the buyer in every respect. $3.50 Shoes The man who is seeking comfort and style in good, solid, easy wearing lines will be surprised at the values he can get in $3.50 shces. -We hardly know of a more comfortable, always stylish shoe for all kinds of wear than the Vici Shoe with round toes. QnaiSo EL Fefldmraaiim 3-4-8