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Harrisonburg Rockingham Register (Newspaper) - November 30, 1906, Harrisonburg, Virginia fch NOVEMBER 30, 1906. NO. 4668 Emergencies at Home For the Stock on the medicine 25c 50c 6 * 100 For Free Booklet on Hogs Dr. Earl S. CARPER ROAD Carried Up From Board of Court was occupied the greater Dart of yesterday in hearing evidence in the appeal of J. B. a from the action of the Board of Supervisors in a road The hearing was before the without a and was not who owns a farm near and was granted a commission to assess bis damages in the matter of the Thomas A. Marshall petition for the establishment of a public road through the Carper Viewers bad assessed his damages at The commission increased these only awarding him in and from this finding Mr. Carper appealed to the Supervisors Thi after hearing the sustained the finding of the and established the From this action Mr. Carper not d an appeal to Circuit Carper was represented yesterday by Attorney George E. Petitioners were by D. Harrison and H. W. A large number of witnesses were examined for each Gertrude M. who makes her home in is granted an absolute divorce her Anderson from the evidence in that defendant had wilfully and abandoned plan tiff Jpr more than three years prior institution of her the matter E. vs. B. on motion of Mrs. Ella one the ants in the cause wno is under 21, E. Sipe special receiver to and manage the estate of Haughty and receive and pay over to her her share of the rents and Bond in the penalty was required of the receiver and was Ida C. Wine was appointed guardian for Vesta William and Flora C infant children under 14 of deceased Stuart D. Mr. Wine gave oond in the of with John F. Driver as her Gennie C. Mitchell was appointed guardian for Katie and Orville B. infant children under 14. ' Bond was given in the penalty of motion of Minnie Virginia an infant over 14, the Court appointed as her guardian L. T. who gave bond in the penalty of with G. E. Boyers as estate of John S. was committed for administration to Sheriff John A. The commitment was on motion of Robert IN THE of Ancient Myth Held by People of Different all the myths which have sprung up around the before Galileo's telescope revealed another world with lofty deep valleys and vast the and probably the most familiar to us all is that of its human Every nursery has heard the story of the man who was found by Moses gathering sticks on the Sabbath and condemned to dwell in the moon until the end of in the superficial resemblance of some of the moon spots to a man with a bundle of sticks on his it would be handed down by zealous Sabbatarians as an edifying It has even been referred to Biblical German nurses commonly vary the tale by saying that the offender was given the choice of burning in the sun or freezing in the moon and that he preferred a lunar frost to a solar But in the Middle before the Lutherans and Puritans superimposed the conception of the Jewish Sabbath upon the Christian the crime thus punished was is says the London that the in the myth may claim an even remoter Primitive man had a tendency to personify those natural forces whose laws he could not his imagination endowed them with human force and human and with superhuman knowledge and Hence the moon acquired a sex and a gender in and except Greek and and such modern languages as have come under the classic it is And doubtless this is the reason why the legendary in the is not nearly so prevalent as legendary this as it it is certain that in Teutonic fable we find the moon by both according to Mr. our familiar rhyme about Jack and Jill is derived from the Scandinavian myth of the two and who were taken up into the moon with their pole and bucket as they were drawing They symbolize the waxing and waning of the while the water they are carrying refers to the influence of the moon's phases upon the is an ancient belief found in some of the writing of the old j Egyptians that the moon is an abode of departed And some of the South American Indians still regard it as their hunting the paradise of dead chiefs and But in the Middle Ages the moon was generally looked upon as the seat of and it is probably this circumstance that led to the familiar association of the moon with Bride a Public has been received in of the in of a native of the i and a C. L. of ard Miss Effie Mr. Roeers has been living in the West for several and is now engaged in the business at His bride of the public of Natron ax at a of when traveling should ex care in the use of drinking As a safeguard it is urged every traveler secure a bottle of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy before leaving to be carried in the hand This may prevent distressing sickness and annoying delay For sale by J. R. Lupton Sold in West of West purchased Monday of farm of 70 acres adjoining the Dundore place on War The price paid was of which was Mr. who made the purchase for W. C. Hoover in the will get possession Gay expects to resume his residence in to questions of injurious substances in medicines which nas been agitating the minds of many does not concern those who use Chamberlain's Cough Mothers need have no hesitancy continuing to give it to their little as it contains absolutely nothing This remedy is not only perfectly safe to give small but is medicine great worth ana It has a world wide reputation for its cures of colds and croup and can always be relied For sale by J. R Lupton Drug Word of Road November 23. of the most unique and daring train robberies in the history of the Southwest was committed 100 miles east of Kansas City Between Slater and Arm a distance of twenty-one a masked robbed twenty in three cars of the fast eastbound combination Chicago and Burlington and Quincy passenger After half an hour's work he secured approximately besides several watches and other pieces of The man was finally overpowered by E. B. the train who knocked a raised re volver from the robber's band and forced him to the car The robber was made to disgorge and four hours after the robbery was committed was placed in ja who said his name was Trueheart and that he came from was recognized by the engineer as the same man who on November 9, in an exactly similar manner and at the same place on the went through the rear sleeper of an eastbound Rock Island and Pacific overland which on this division runs over the Alton train reached Slater at midnight and when it started out cf that place five minutes boarded the smoking His eyes were covered by a Leveling a at two passengers in the seats nearest the he ordered them to pass over their money and valuables and to do it Tie men and when placed the stuff beneath his belt and proceeded to give his command in a loud voice to the man in the next seat the car full of passengers was thoroughly aroused and ready to When the robber had systematically robbed the passengers in the smoker of their belongings he p ssed to the keeping them It was a run from Slater to Glasgow and he awaited the arrival at the latter As the train stooped at Glasgow he swung off and boarded the chair car as it rushed by a moment Through the chair car the robber's tactics in the smoker were he entered a sleeper and began bis command to the luckless passengers to surrender their Heywood appeared upon the scene here and with the command up your pointed his revolver at the conductor's Instead of the quick as a knocked the revolver from the robber's threw himself upon the man and bore him to the car The two men struggled fiercely while the passengers were instantly in a Finally the dozen male passengers in the car catre to the conductor's aid and the robber was pinned to the appears to be thirty-two years He is five feet five inches in height and weighs about 135 His description tallies with that of the Rock Island robber and the engineer of last night's robbed train positively identified him as the same He refused to talk except to berate the passengers for cowardice and to that Heywood was the only nervy man on the CHURCH IN AN AUTO AT 101. Celebrates by Addressing Susan Askey of Baltimore celebrated her 101st birthday and her 67th anniversary as a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday by going to the North Avenue Church in Dr. George automobile and making an A large congregation was present to do the venerable woman Rev. William pastor emeritus and an paid a graceful tribute to Mrs. who in reply said in was 34 years old when converted to the Christian I am no shouting but let me say I am a happy The only regret I have is that my age prevents me from regularly attending Sunday blind from Mrs. Askey is a most remarkable She was born in Montgomery but went to Baltimore when a Her Joseph died 28 years They bad 11 four boys and seven The only one surviving is Mrs. Clara with whom the centenarian makes her ESTATE Admitted to Record Since November 20. following deeds of bargain and sale have been admitted to record since November 20, 1906. dated December 21, 1906, Claude H. Albert and wife to lot No. 5 in Gay's addition to dated April 26, 1906, to Claude A. of land on east side of Mason dated November 1, 1906, John T. special commis to D. H. and S. H. 122 acres and 20 square poles of and adjoining W. John Tate and dated April 2. 1906. A. M. Newman and wife to Willie A. wife of Thomas lot or parcel of land on southeast corner of Federal Alley and Newman dated May 14, 1906, Cornelius Driver and wife to A. D. Mitchell and F. A. lots Nos. 5 and 6. containing 2 roods and 6 poles and 2 roods and 15 poles of dated November 21. 1906. Samuel Moyers to A. S. possess right in 150 acres of land on Brush in Brocks dated September 15. 1906, Daniel Groves and wife to Samuel possession right in 62 acres of land on Brush in Brocks dated January 14, 1902, H. W. special to Mrs. L. J. house and lot No. 21 in Zirkle's addition to dated June 15, 1872. Jesse attorney for Daniel Moyers and wife and to Abraham undivided interest in land of Paulson to dated May 22, 1875. Mary Ann Movers and others to Abraham undivided interest of in 200 acres of dated June 24, 1876, Mary Stultz and husband to Abraham undivided interest in 200 of land belonging to Paulson STILL IN and WHISKEY HABITS cured at home without Book of I mmmmmmm B. M. M. Office 104 of Garber Addition Investors and Home E. of Mt. Tuesday became the purchaser of two very desirable building lots in the Garber Garber both located on the corner of Broad and Wolfe sites in this addition met with a ready sale all but the demand for the same hag greatly increased this since the owners of the property have set actively to work to lay water and sewer mains and otherwise develop the were quite a number of parties who purchased lots purely for speculative purposes and all did but in the majority of instances those who bought were home The latter have already built or are preparing to do so. At present four attractive homes are in course of construction and five others are under WHILE Woman Burned to Death on Near Open Nov. 27. While Mrs. Elizabeth aged 87, of Donegal knelt in prayer at her bedside yesterday her clothing caught fire from an open and to death on her Miller was evidently frightened speechless and as other members of the family in an adjoining room did not hear any burned almost to a was found by a and the destruction of the house was narrowly as the bed clothing and carpet were Chase Thief Through L. who lives at Page emptied his shotgun at a man whom he detected in an attempt to rob his hen a few nights As Mr. Alesbire was in his night clothes he gave up the chase when the uninjured by tbe dashed through the creek fifty yards from tbe you like Coffee try Dr. 8hoop's Health It is true that real Coffee does disturb the heart and But Dr. Health Coffee has not a grain of true in it. Being maue from parched it a yet having the true flavor of Old Java and Mocha in a Call at our store for a free Sold by Accepting Rebates from Railroad November 27.Judge Holt in the United States circuit today imposed on the American Sugar Refining Company fine of for receiving rebates amounting to about from the New York Central and Hudson River For giving these rebates on shipments of sugar from New York to Cleveland the railroad company was last week mulcted for a fine identical in amount imposed on the sugar Judge Holt's ruling of last when the New York Central came up for counsel for the American Sugar Refining Com pany evidently thought that they could not succeed in convincing the court that judgment should be deferred or in warding off the imposition of a At any neither John E. head of the firm of Classon general counsel for the sugar nor former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals Alton B. who had been especially retained to defend the sugar company in the trial the rebate was in They left the argument on the motion for a new trial and on that for an arrest of judgment to Tompkins K. junior member of the sugar company's imposing the fine of Judge Holt granted Mr. motion stay to give the sugar company's counsel due time to perfect an appeal from the Holt had no hesitation in reaffirming his opinion expressed many times during the rebate trials that the character of tbe language had no real importance in the case so long as it was clearly thown that the in rebates had been paid and accepted after February 18, 1903, the date on which the Elkins act became judge said that only when dishonesty or deceit had been used in the giving or taking of the making the law practically ineffective and and amounting to real discrimination in favor of a certain shipper or was a rebate dishonest and to Mr. question as to the validity of tbe Elkins act. Jugde Holt said it was not nearly as loose in its wording or legal structure as some The whole nut of the matter was the decision of the question whether the defendant had been proved guilty of receiving rebates in violation of the Elkins which became a formal law of the country in 1903. he in making this bad been especially careful in indicating its intention that corporations themselves should be subjected to just as in former laws on the subject it had seen fit to omit to state the SWIFT Child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dead Near of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. whose home is near were shocked Tuesday morning to learn of the death of their little Minnie which occurred at 2 o'clock a. m. of The little girl had been sick only a few but the disease was of a malignant type and rapidly accomplished its deadly She possessed unusual 8prigbtlines8 and and was the only child of her As was held in the affection and was a favorite in a large circle of funeral was held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at AT TIMBER Time of the first month of the war we had a striking example of the necessity for preparation and the advantage of those so to shingled their roofs in dry The virtue of preparation haB made history and given to us our greatest The individual as well sh the nation should be prepared for any Are you prepared to successfully combat tne first cold you A cold can be cured more quickly when treated as soon as it has been contracted and before it has become settled in the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is its cures of colas and it should be kept at hand ready for instant For sale by J. Lupton Drug Course Date tbe courtesy of the management of Assembly the Dramatic Night of tne Star Course has been changed trom December 4 to the following the The Owen Company will on that occasion present and and Shop of Graham Ritchie Totally at Tuesday afternoon destroyed the home and carpenter shop of B. Graham and for a time threatened the destruction of the entire Mrs. Annie of Indi a sister of Mr. and her little three-year-old who were sick in rooms on the were rescued by neighbors just in time to prevent being burned to loss is variously estimated at from to with no The greater part of the household goods and the contents of the carpenter shop were gotten out of the burning but a considerable portion went up in tbe fire started from a spark from the kitchen which ignited the shingled Within a few minutes the entire roof was A strong wind was blowing from the west and the carpenter located only a short distance also caught Neighbors hurried to the scene and later a great many people came in from the sur rounding Their efforts were directed toward saving the household Mrs. Good and the little boy were carried in safety to a near-by brigades were organized and every effort was made to save adjoining was greatly endangered by sparks from tbe burning The old a short distance and the stable of Erasmus R. Neff wore on fire several but determined efforts on tbe part of he citizen firemen saved both flames were discovered about 2 o'clock and it was after 5 o'clock before the residents of the were assured against a spread of the Men were on duty all last oil lit in watch the smouldering remains of the burned buildings and see that tbe flames did not break out FROM TIMBER Home May Be Duplicated in Nov. 27__ I. Frank Arehart and A. Dingledine left here today for to study D. of was here last weeK inspecting the Old The old Fahrney homestead near Frederick was some time ago given to the German Baptist and it is probable that an institution similar to the one here will be erected upon it by tbe church in tbe near the last meeting of the Town Council M. A. Kieffer was elected councilman to fill tbe unexpired term of A. D. contral telephone office will be closed here on Thanksgiving Day except from 7:30 to 8:30 a. m. and 4:30 to 5:30 p. to a statement made by Prof Hulvey we are soon to receive a share of the special schrol appropriation when ours will be made a State High An addition will be built to the present building and more grades For this and many other things we will be of Singers Nov. 27.Miss Bebe of is visiting J. Frank Ratcliffe returned to Shenandoah Institute yesterday after a visit to his Mr. and Mrs. J. B. S. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Frank died Saturday morning and was buried from the U. B. church Sunday The funeral preached by Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Brewer visited friends in Broadway last and Lena Hulvey and Virgie of were visiting at Dr. Brewer's Glen Cornet Band will hold an Oyster in the Town Hall on Thursday the 29th. sale of the personal and real estate of the late John Shaffer was held last Tbe home containing the blacksmith carriage etc. was purchased by D. P. Shifflet for Another tract of 20 aores was purchased by R. H. Funk for The personal property brought fancy with Liquor J. Skelton has been arrested in Page county on the charge of selling liquor without Skelton was formerly prosecuted for the same offense by the Town of His last arrest was at the instance of the county FAVOR Ttt ON Roosevelt's Plan to Check D. Nov. 27. President Roosevelt doesn't expect that the coming short session of Congress will pass a law imposing a heavy progressive inheritance intended to check the growth of though he will make a recommendation on the subject in his annual The President make the recommendation incidentally in a discussion of means for retarding the growth of great with the idea that tbe subject will be considered generally during tbe short and that the public and opinion will for legislative action by the time the sixtieth Congress it has already become evident tbe sentiment in favor of an inheritance tax is so in the lower at that action may be taken this Such influential Republican members as of and of are heartily in favor of it and would be ready to go ahead with its enactment if it becomes evident there would not be strong opposition to it. involving longer discussion than the House could afford to give in the three months Congress will is expected the President will no only recommend an inheritance but he may throw out a suggestion looking to the consideration of r ans by which a constitutional income tax can be He is known to favor such a tax if one can be framed that will meet tbe objections raised by the Court when it declared unconstitutional the income tax passed by the Democrats in 1894. FOR Canvassing Board Awards Certificates and Announces State board met n tbe office of the secretary of commonwealth on Monday and went over the returns from the congressional The returns in proper and certificates were awarded to nine Democrats and one ia the Ninth majority for Judge Saunders for the short term was six less than for the full the vote for Dr. Simmons showing an increase of for the same was no action Monday to indicate that Dr. Simmons will contest the election of Judge in the Fifth but this will doubtless be as there has been activity among the recognized party managers for some the First District A. majority was 4,479; in the Harry L. was 2.869; in the John Lamb's was 3,269. In the Francis R. Lassiter had no opposition and be received 2,615 of tbe 2,620 votes that were In the Fifth district Judge E. W. Saunders defeated Dr. John W. Simmons by 222. In the Carter Glass bad 2.724 In the Seventh district James Hay received 5,573 and Fred E. 2,372 giving Mr. Hay a majority of 3,201. In the John F. was 4,097. In the Col. the republican State defeated A. Bruce by 2,041; and in the H. D. Flood's majority was 2,266. In this district one vote was cast for A. C. three for Jacob and one for Frank Forget H. Located South Side Next Door Clarendon a beautiful line oi Trimmed Hats lor Ladies and trimmed in the Newest A Assortment of in all styles and can be trimmed to suit any We have a few of the GAGE HATS that are being sold at cost Always the correct Only a few left in Silk and Children's Gaps and Every pair Sold H. SIDE
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