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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 6, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                ADRIAN DAILY A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE flDRIflH DflllX EdUot and West naumee TERnS OF me Six f 2 S by camtt in Persons dwlrinjr The Telegram can secure it by postal or order tkroifh the Hrery is ImfnUr please make Imme4late plaint tmU JULY FTIMELY TALKS t TO TELEGRAM J The following from the Detroit Tribune will be read with interest by the many of John of the First Lenawee district Representative of Lena who combed the majority of nil party BO mercilessly in a recent and has been the of encomiums from the and objurgations from members of bis comes of fighting John a senior was on the firing line at the battle of Fredncks a shell from the John nies dropped in the midst of a group of Union of whom Oombs was One man lost a lea three were known to have bean killed and Oombs disappeared from the earth completely as though lie had never inhabited it Speaking of this curious Oapfc Be of who was near enough to be fanned by the breeze of the bunting remarked The position was such that he could neither have deserted nor run and he was not taken He was simply blown out of There are those who feel sore at the Mow ing up of his party by the legisla tive relative of the blown up John and at the next represen tative convention of his district they touch off a bomb that will send him looking for the John Combs who so suddenly took his flight from the battlefield of But we shall It is hardly probable that the Re publicans will dare turn Combs But after all they seem capable of do ing almost anything when of their public officials begins fighting in the interests of tne And if they the Democrats will prob ably let the opportunity slide as usu IWar is a pretty expensive institu and while it makes prosperity for a few favorites while it is going it makes misery and hard times as a rule for the The government fiscal year begins July and the following from Wash ington shows the war department has cost 232 of the total expendi tures of the in a year when the expenses were the greatest in its history The quartermasters divuion of the office of the auditor of the war department closed its record of work done during the fiscal which ended If st with a showing greater in volume by almost 50 per cent than that of any previous year in the history of the This division recomputes and tabu lates all expenditures of all quar commissary and engi neer officers of the The grand total of expenditures thus audited is or over 33U per of the entire cost of the It is divided as follows Quartermasters dis commis The total number of monthly accounts settled was involving the examination in detail of These covered transactions in the taels of yen of ru pees of India and marks and pounds in Mediterran ean Mexican dollars of the Philippines and pesos of all of which had to be reduced to the domestic and so stated in respect to each officer s accounts that the treasury might know his exact indebtedness at DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Who are the disciples of Christ What do they believe and teach Such questions are often asked by many Let all such read the fallow ing statement of oar lamented pres James who lived and died a member and for some years a preacher in the Christian was once requested by a lady to formulate a statement which wonld give her a more definite idea as to onr doctrinal The following is a copy of Garfield s statement We call ourselves Christians or We believe in the We believe that Jesus is the the Son of the living God and onr We regard the divinity of Christ as the fundamental truth of the Christian We believe in the Holy both as to nis agency in conversion and as a dweller in the heart of the t We accept both the Old and the New Testament Scriptures as the in spired word of We believe in the future punish ment of the and the future reward of the We believe that Deity is a prayerhearing and prayeranswering We observe the institution of the Lords Supper on every Lords To this table we neither invite nor de We say it is the Lords Supper for all the Lords We plead for the union all Gods people on the Bible and the Bible The Bible is onr only We maintain that all the or dinances should be observed as they were In the days of the The above statement is in no sense a Its purpose is to give an intelligent reply those The Evangelistic meetings still con tinue in the white front on West Manmee The meeting was good last The subject this evening will be The Gates of Hades Sunday 10 Enterprise in BeliEion 7 30 The Gift the Holy The public is in vited to join in these meetings for the good of the community and the glory of THE Christian Science service tomorrow Everiss stand Subject A cordial in vitation to Services in the chnrch morn and morning Good Things evening Looking Christian Endeavor meeting at the usual Second Baptist chnrch Preaching by Religions Barrenness Mutual Helpfulness in Caristiau Bible school at 12 prayer A cor dial invitation to Christ The at this chnrch tomorrow will be at and 7 There will be a celebration of the holy communion at the morning Sunday School and Bible classes immediately after morning All are First Baptist Preaching The Old Man and the Bible young peoples meeting Matt 5 Evening 7 ser The Bottomless Meal All jHetflOflist Jjipiscopal chnrch The and class meetings Gos pel Powers Sunday Milo superintendent Epworth League Sermon to young Elements of First Presbyterian McMillin Hours of worship at and 7 00 Subject of the morning The Authori ty of the Word of Subject of the evening The Mode and Ministry of Christian Bap a sermon by Sunday School at and at A cordial invita tion to JULY LATEST AND GENERAL NEWS PRICE Two Azan Russell died at the age of 73 at the home ol her daugh Ellen at Ogden June after a lingering ill The funeral services were con ducted at the Ridgeville in by of the of which the deceased has long been a consistent Russell was tonr in New September and was wedded to Azan Russell in in and moved to Ogden in where she has resided nntil the time of her She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and three James Ben of Ellen Corn of Ogden and Adelbert who lives on the near Ogden and has been car ing for hia father and mother for sev eral Russell has not been able to leave the old homestead for nearly a nntil a few days before her death sue ventured to make her daughter a but she was never able to return to her old Neighbors and friends all join in Haying that a kind hearted mother and a highly respected Christian woman has left Printers ink not only makes people bat briugs trade when it is used in this AN ESTIMABLE LADY WESTQATEKENNEDY At 8 oclock Wednesday at the home of the brides and Orlando near Raisin occurred the marriage of Mabel Westgate to William Kenne who resides near The ceremony was performed on the lawn by of in the presence of about 60 a very pretty scene it The bride wat in light blue albatross with white and earned while the groom was in Refreshments were also served on the This most estimable couple were the recipients of many in wnich silver seemed to and Kennedy are among the most worthy young people of and have the best wishes of a large circle of They departed slyly that evening for their own near Among the guests were Eli of Ann Stella Gorton and little of Jersey City Arthur Westgate and together with Emer son and Chester Hiss Florence Miss Nellie Fred Westgate and Sam Westgate and all of this CITY A short session of the city ocnncil was held Friday for the purpose of declaringthe election which was recently held to bond the and to fill a vacancy in aldermanic representation from the Fourth Very little other business was Elect Hnnt was not but will probably be sworn in on Monday In a general discussion Mor den brought up the question of bury ing dead horses on the pest house It was considered considera ble of a bnt no definite ac tion was taken for another burying Swift brought up the discus sion of public He desired a new light on the College avenue as it is about the darkest place in Besides this many offensive characters assemble He knew of two Park street on a certain dark night actually driven back and com pelled for safety to go across Chandler street to This brought out a general discussion along the subject of and James informed the council that the electric light fund is depleted and in There was talk along the line of restation ing the lights and trimming of trees generally through the bnt co definite action Mayor Rey nolds requested that committees in general take up tbeir work and not wait for the chairman to do No one man of a he should block the Swift thought there ought to be an investi gation of the candle power of the to see that they are up to what the city is paying The meeting adjourned until Mon day night in order that the members might attend the school board Business Suspended in Detroit and Special to Telegram July is in mourning today over the last sad rites to Hazea the great The funeral was one of the most impressive pageants ever seen in this Nearly 000 military and civic people were in the line of which traversed Woodward The line of March was thronged with and there was universal Bliss and staff headed tbe order of proces The late governor was given a mili tary the casket being carried on a gun which came from Ft and it was drawn by four artillery An escort of 35 sol diers accompanied the All business has been suspended for the and fire bells ace toll ing oat a requiem to the dead chief tain who so many years presided over the destinies of the city and the in the NBA8LT M1LITABIAND CIVIC PEOPLE IN Bliss and Staff at the Head of the David of Dies of Complicated Spent Most of His Life in the County of of West Manmee has received word that her David of threo miles northwest of died Fi iday morning at 9 oclock of a complication of Deceased was upwards of seventy years of age and has spent most of his life in the residing up to a few years ago in Coryell has been failing for several A wife and three of Johns James of and Alice of together with a host of are left to The funeral will be conducted from the Ridgeway church Sunday afternoon at Burial I LITTLE JUSTICE Alfred better known as Al was before Justice Vandegrift Friday evening for being drunk and He wan fined and coats amounting to and given nntil 10 oclock to List of Following is a list of letters re maining in the for the week July Persons calling for any adver tised letters will please give the date of advertising and pay one cent for the Letters are held two weeks and then sent to the dead letter Irving Dee Josiah Persons calling for tbe above please say 3 Printers ink not only makes people bnt trade when it is used in this June Everybody and all their relatives were grumbling at the thermometer in June was pretty warm after Bnt it was not so Ont of the past decade seven Junes have averaged with the frac tion of a degree of being as warm as the June just gone according to tbe weather report of Howard furnished to The In 95 the mean temperature for June was That was the high est in 10 In 93 it was That was the next highest This year is was The 10 year average is and the 20 year average So with all our grumbling about the heat of it only shows onehalf a degree higher than the 10 year aver and only ninetenths of a degree higher than the 20 year These lictle facts demonstrate once more that we are all The highest point touched this year was 94 six degrees lower than in and five other years during the decade the mercury has climbed as high or higher during The lowest point touched was which was the same as ill the two low est points in 10 The coldest morning was on June and the hot test day on Jnne The rainfall was below the inches as compared with the 10 year average of and the 20 year average of The greatest rainfall was in when there wan a fall of The smallest rainfall was in the hot Jnne of when only of an inch was There were nine 17 partly cloudy and four cloudy Maccabees at When yon learn that they are to have a celebration at it means a jolly lot of fun to tbe per son who goes there to see The Maccabees of Washtenaw and adjoin ing counties concluded to hold their annual jubilee at Manchester on July and tbe citizens of the sprightly village have joined bands with the Bees to make it a day of royal Sufficient money has been raised to pay for prizes for street and they expect some of the big guns of the Maccabee order to be present and speak to the Tbe railroads will ran special trains so sir knights from Lenawee can meet tbeir brothers from Jackson and Washtenaw counties at July and have a good They want all Adrian to See The Telegram and bills for further partic The School A short session of the school board was held Friday evening to talk over a few prior to the regular annual meeting next Monday at Croswell opera The only action taken was on a resolution from Trustee who asked that the and her assist Miss be given a two weeks vacation in August This motion was unanimously Considerable talk was indulged in in regard to a high school and it is expected that a full discussion of the subject will come np at tbe an nual The high school and in fact many other of the rxuns are crowded to showing very conclusively that Ad nan is progressing and needs more The Alleged Bert Deer has been brought to jail here by Deputy Sheriff He is charged with a most serious as chronicled in The Telegram some time that of rape on the person of Edith young daughter of John of He waived examination before Justice of and bail was fixed at the offense being considered He conld not and is in jail to await trial in the October term of He is the only man in Oakwood It is expected now that the Wilcox memorial gates to Oakwood with the bridge across the will be commenced some time next Tbe Toledo bridge having the contract for the will have a surveyor here next Tues day to take and the Harrison granite company is letting sub contracts for the large entrance arch at the head of Locust A Horse Frederick who is BUS peoted to have been implicated in the numerous horse stealings which have been going on in Monroe and Lenawee counties during tha past year or is now endeavoring to have himself admitted to bail at Ann He decided that he can gain nothing by pretending to be deaf and dumb and talks Under Sheriff Fred of Ann is home from a visit to the mans home in He found he Jarvis horse and rig in that city and they are on the way back to the owner at Much of the truck found at Shoemakers consisting of with the name plates harness and is relieved to be Dover The Dover Sunday School associa tion hela a Fourth of July celebra tion in Matt Davis which well Dover Center school came in the old fashioned on a big wagon with flags flying and ban ners The town were well of made one of the belt ad dresses ever heard on inch an occa There a basket dinner and everybody had a good The Oldest Uncle George of Tecnm the oldest printer in was an Adrian visitor today and a Peasant caller on The He u been 55 years a and for 20 yean on the Te cumseh Herald for the late Spafford a bright and genial gentleman and it is a pleasure o hear him talk over old in jenawee newspaper DAVID JONES Has Declined the Call of the The Colkfe Darin all Ttataud It will be a matter of great regrtfc jo many people in Adrian to learn that David president of Adrian colleger who has also been the poster of the and wait recently recalled to the declined the He done so on the grounds that the college Tusteea desire his whole time and at lention given to the interests of Adrian of which institution le is Jones is one of the ablest pulpit orators in Southern and has been deservedly Mpnlar with the people of and the at the All will regret declina ion pastorate will end with he first of Sort An old farmer many got hist dinner on market days at a small hotel Kept by a She bad long suspected that be ate more than the price so she determined to test She ac cordingly arranged matters so that there was no room for him at but she foot biiu into a private room the table of wliicb was graced by a steam ing of He set to In good and soon nothing was left but the Highly delighted with his cheap in passing the bar he tendered 2 shil lings for bis dinner and a quart of The widow declined to take any pay ment on the ground of having Incon venienced bim so Chuckling to the fanner lift ed down his market basket from a finding it rather be tore off the covering and shouted wheres my leg mutton ye old said the widow ye nave ate your leg for your ConverilOB An old Cambridge friend of mine who bad a good deal of the wisdom of the serpent in him bad a farmer In his par ish In Norfolk whom he could not get to Whenever he pressed upon him bis neglect or his bad example was always met with the same Yon be too young and do not know enough to teach such as At last gave up the farmer In But one day he happened to pass by the farm while bis parishioner was en gaged In killing a fine My friend said What a pig be weighs 34 stone What dost tbon know of pigs replied the I only wish be weighed as When they next the to his told my friend that the pig bad been found to weight Just 34 He much to my And Uiou wilt see me at church next Sun Our want reach the   

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