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Scandia Journal (Newspaper) - July 7, 1899, Scandia, Kansas Sournal REPUBLIC JULY Subscription Per Per Year If Not PaM In Advance it UNITED BRETHREN Newest and Handsomest House of Worship in our little city The United Brethren Church Scandia was born in a revival in February and March was the largest revival held in Scandia and was conducted by who was appoint o ed Pastor of Scandia Mission by Presiding April of 1894 the church was organized with more than one hundred Preparations were made to build a church house and the following board of Trustees were elected L Gulick j John A Al was chosen Secretary and Brothers Heddens and were chosen as building1 The building was completed in January at a cost of The main building is fifty by thirty feet with a wing fourteen by tvventy eight The seating four The following pastors have served the church in their order Eby one two years Herrick is pastor at The Church from the beginning has maintained a thriving Sunday School of about One hundred en a Ladies Aid Young Peoples Soci Womans Missionary Society and a large Chil drens Having located in Scandia 1 am now pre and at reasonable All work fully I have had twenty ex v perience in fine repairing and your work will be done to your entire satisfaction or it costs you BROTCHIE At the Palace Drug Wesley Phillips has been appoint ed postmaster at Tlic JoiiHNAJj Is Jiudiorlxcd to announce that SwiijiNon will Iw u for County Treasurysubject to tlu action of the Louis Ingham has returned to his home in leaving her t Emma Stofer has been quite sick as a result of overheating heir while riding her V Sarah daughter of came down to attend her returnedjto her Irome in this Mrs Smith and daughter trOm Kansas City are visiting Eva Smith is Jacksons OSINE MICHAUD was the daugh ter of a hottem pered with whom she lived in the pret ty town of Don Se was a live ly and un der engagement tO b married tc a drserving and lawv named Thf lure Mans Ihe son of L a p tevery thing was in fine trim for the the bridal trousseau almost and even the ring when ap awful thing took Michaud and Doctor the father of his prospective sonin pinying a gair of domin fell into a quarr a polite then an then a furious Doctor Mansfield called Michaud Mich called i L Swanson and family went to Saturday to spend the Fourth and visit their daughter Gunard and a and the doctor a The doctor gathered the dominoes in his and was ajoiTt to hiirl them at the head of He thought better of caught ijp his stuck it on his head side cramm d his fists into his pock without sin marched out of his son to follow The end of the was a dissolu tion of the matrimonal engagement between and In vain Theodore In vain old gentle men were not to be moved by the unhappiness of young All the deeds that hrid been drawn up were The little house which had been furnished for the and groom was let to a family temporarily sojourning the the lovirs were forbidden speak word toeach other as long as they At having bribed Rosines maid to keep his he confided to the hands 6f the girl a her in which he begged her to steal from the house that nightand wait under the pear trees beside the garden until he should come to who had1 never disobeyed her parent in her felt as guilty as though she were about to commit a when she stole out of the Side door to keep the her heart beat high with hope at the thought of meeting Theo dore once and when at last she saw through the darkness a form gradually rise above the and proceed to ascend by means of a rope which was fastened on the she with difficulty refrained Lfrpm screaming Theodore she whispered Theodore my Theodore That it should be wrong for ane to jnee t the el that who were once betrothed should come to this But the next iad cauglit her hands nnd kissed and she forgoi all but that they This was the first but it was not the after when the old gentleman was snoring Theodore Rosine sat side by more familiar ly than they ever had in the gardenunder the pear while the mai kept watch outside the little side All this had been goiiiir on for some when one R took her usual place to for Theo She hearnd the stealthy stips as She saw the lithe form moilnt the wall and stand in full relief against the golden that moment Thelf a faint cry of horror fell upon her and he vanished Tram ner was a staro ling and ominous thud upon the eartn a groan and Theodore had slipped aridJallen to the For some he remained insensible nearly mad with stood wringing her Hands within the Her who had seen hur ried down the Neither of the girls knew what was best to At a stout young clambered up into the largest pear treey and managed to get her chin on a level with the wal She could not see anything but she heard a slie speak if you possibly My mis tress is nearly frightened to A voice replied Give my love to your I am not much but it will be best for me to go horn I think there has been noise enough to attract at Then the two ran Rosine in a terrible state of She knew that Theodoiv had been more fnjured he would And this indeed was He had broken his and felt a deathly faintness creeping over His one hope was to get far enough from the house of old to prevent any suspicion of the manner in which he had met with the accident and at the first lie left the street and hurried hoping to procure some assistance before he lost the power of At the darkened win he saw in which a light Drawing he saw that the door stood and heard Mime noise His strength was nearly He made use of what remained to sta ger imdur the door f ll prone in the at the foot of the just as an old man nightgown with in one and a poker in the rushed down shouting at the top of iiis voice Thieves Murder Police This old man was Hector a reputed mis who had just before wakened to find two masked men in1 the one of whom held hyn whijje the other plundered his cash After much struggling he had succeededTri dealing one of the ras cals a heavy blow with a which he always kept within and had been knocked senseless in When he came to himself he was in perfect rtarkn and it had taken him to strike a light to his great when he had done so he as he one of the robbers lying wounded in his l The old mans shouts soon brought and he told his story people usually in a manner which reflected the most credit upon him But this is Theodore Mansfield the son of old cried one of the assembled He is is all as I declared And on his the poor wounded Theodore was carried to was some stood the charge that had been made against but when he he at orice formed a noble Suf for what he im whatever it might he would guard Rosines No one shouldever it was in endeavoring to meet her alone in the of her fathers house that he had met with this The day of the trial came at The court was Hector Grimme was ready to swear to his The policemen and were witnesses to the fact Theo dore had lying insensible at the foot of the misers staircase on the night of the The prisoner himself had only his position and good character in his fa Ji utter in his own save a simple asser tion of his Mansfield was weepiiur like a Mich who had always liked the ypung Whose heart even softened old friend in his was very much The prisoner only was culm All was Nothing more could be The final proceedings were about to be ancj none that the prisoner could possibly es cape the sentence of the when suddenly was a stirnear the and the crowd parted to admit two forced their way toward the bench on whichthe judge At the sight of the Michaud started to Before she threw her veil he recognized his The prisoner also uttered a low A blue pencil mark across space indicates that your subscription has ex Disregarding them tne gin au vanced toward the whom she by of she only thought of saving whose motive for silejace she quite fearful est she should be too she spoke at oncev she have come as a witness for Theodore I i now how he met with his and I know the motivefor his t is for my unworthy sake that he allows himself to be It was to meet me in my fathers gar den that he climbed stone wall from which he I saw him I and my maid we are ready with our Michaud gave a cry and started Doctor Mansfield also ut tered an exclamation as he sprang to Michauds might have he said We were young The owned to the fact of having been insensible for some and confessed that he did riot seethe faces of the Theodore Mansfield was soon set But now that he was and now that she done her the con sequences of She stood trembling at her fathers but he did wot look un kindly at said to Doctor whatever we may think of each other your son is a brave worthy of the best lady in the said I cannot but esteem the father of so brave andcharming a young There is but one thing for us to said But said Doctor extending his Thereupon the two men warmly shook and all went to gether to where tfee marriage engagement was once more formally and an early set for the wedding of Rosine atid Subscription Credits The following are entitled to cre dit on subscription since our 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