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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                V If 4 ESTABLISHED 189t AUGUST 2 CENTS PBR ENDS HIS DOES MINISTER Who Couldnt Worship Amer leas Trinity LEAVES REMARKABLE LETTER In Which He That the Modern Church More Nearly pie of Robert Inaenoll Than That Pleaaure and Gold Calls Ill and Half Trick Worked an Iniurance Agent Support halt criticising the church on the score of untruthfulnesB and insincerity and de claring that he could nof Worship Americas pleasure mud the Trick shot nnd killed himself in a room in a Mills He was once pastor of a Presbyterian church In Chicago and had a charge but ao regular pastorate for sev eral obtaining an Insecure live lihood as an insurance In a remarkable letter which he left to Charles Down of this who had befriended the former pastor declared that he was lonely even in the church when he attempted to square his aoul by the teachings of and asserted that the modern Anatiit B at B pretty things for autumn Not merely but good useful every section of the store bringing out new things goods that are attracting deserved at New things always attract at but alway to the degree as this are so pleasing changes ave seldom been made and people areenthu siastic onct they know about New Cpat and Waist Styles for New Dress FabricsrNew Silks and New Trimmings to go with New Millinery and Headwear for Swellest New Soft Hats ever doffed by New Shoes and wearing apparel for College and other Home Furnishings and so it goes all over the store New are making their presence felt and alert shoppers are gather ing up many of the BOGQS NORTH cfiurcn more nearly follows the exam ple ot Robert Ingersoll than that of read in part as follows 1 have never been able an inborn contempt for the place mon ey has in this though knowing so well how absolutely a fair amount ot at Is necessary to all of could nevet1 my In view pt my eatly to the method by which money is It is so trans parently selfish and more or whether used by Ihe church or socalled never Americas pleasure and I nra too old and settled in my character to taough my eyes have long spent on my I took to heart the teachings of Jesus and tried hardand long to square my soulby I found at last what a pitiful mistake I had made and how I was evert in the The average man cares little about what Jesus taught makes one heartsick to hear its ecclesiastics prate about t I rejoice better day dawning when society with its superstitions and like all other religions ot shall have passed away and re ligion itself free and religion tltat has a passiohfdr love and and shall Ye does the church care for these etc It twists all the philosophy and expressions of history to make them square their petty and systeniB of a The day will soon come when the world will prove sacred the place that Jesus holds in the worlds they are no more bound by what He did and than they are by the precepts of Robert and the church more nearly follows tills exemplary and kindly and honest American than they do the Ori I wish I could live and preach this but I am broken down too much and the habit of my long life of selfdenial and ao forbids I do not It all of To his two sons and a who IIvp in he wrote have gone to join The Retort Bee the who bad come tocomplain about the materials t had I Imagine any thing ttiuu your Tnats Dont you ever use your Imagination on your We to enlist your aid In Influencing your husband for the public He holds the key to a very Interesting situation I dont see how 1 of any as sistance to John never could find a Cured Hay Fever and tfummer writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my I many he Symp toms of hay and a doctors pre scription did not reach my and took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate Fortunately I insited upon having Foleys Honey and It quickly cured My wife has since used Foleys Honey and with the same Sold by Bessemer OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place In the bank for private letter writing or other business This room is for your free Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our fireproof rent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST EIGHT ARE KILLED WHENJWALLS FALL Workmen at Burled lit Debris August forty five foot brick wall in Chelaea square collapsed burying beneath it thirty Eight were killed outright or died in ambulances on the way to1 the About twenty were eleven of whom were taken to the United States marine and naval hospitals of them in a aerloua A number of others escaped with minor The sixty Perrl age fortyeight Relechel age thirtyfour Morris Zach Joseph age thirtyeight Russian unidentified unknown features hardly recognizable John age M of the firm of Gordon the contractors who had the wprk In was arrested a war rant charging Five minutes before the falling of the It is saldi Frank Inspector of ordered the foreman of the gang to stop as he saw the Wall was The order was not Old Prlnten Get August print ers of the United States and Canada have begun drawing the old age pen sions paid by the International Typo graphical pensions of a week for printers over sixty years old who have been members of the union for twenty years or longer haa FAILURE JARS i SOLDIERS STILL SEARCH WALL STREET FOR DARING ROBBER Big Btokerffe Suspends August Sol ers BDd 8couts are sl111 for toe bandit who held up sixteen stages In Yellowstone national park and rob bed many travelers of in Brown A After Becuritles and The chancus ling Over of Stock In for his escape are as the point d is neftr Are which the holdup occurred is neftr to Stock and Are ShTstart Forced to ear That Other May Had Branches Affaire Are Badly New August The failure of the big brokerage firm of Brown ft company fcfr a sum popular ly estlmatea vriinnlng well above sent thrill through stock Ooming as a climax to the bewildefJnM trading In last Sat urdays tna creat ed an extraordlnaryiciegfee of public but was looked upon by high exchange as offering au early tangle grow Ing out of two hours stock ex change has Wihle ii6 question In the street that fail ute could easily be SIMPLY THATS Ohio Farmer Goes to to Meet Soul August Journey ing all the way from his farm In Steu meet soul George said to be Is a disappointed Ke struck the little town of where the idol of his heart was supposed to but qouldTBnd no one who knew Miss Louise In a pair of which he bought time ago Corcoran found ad dress of Mtss 1124 Wa verly The name sounded good to so be wrote the fair Louise and the correspondence ripened into something Then came the iavftation to the Steubenville farmerto come east and visit hlssoul but there is such street and number In the and theres the V Dont you put anything in the paper about angrily warned the irate when he found he been his I am simply stung and thats all there Is to taken care distinctly a feeling of other con cerns might unwittingly be drawn Into the affair as the extensive Orders commission houses Saturdays spectacular f VV The transaoHQhs of Brown company covered percent of the trading in sensational week end session the stock market and It was stated a member of the flrm that on only ofi the more than 000 shares flandlepl Jlofy many of the outstanding the deal ings of many were carried on the account It was impossible a managing poaV ttvely thatahe that the bandit gained while the coach eswere making the drive of fifteen miles to report the robbery makes his escape almost A reward ot has been posted but no clue has been August telegram giving merely of the facts regarding the holdup in Yellowstone park was received by the interior de H was stated that this was the firstholdUp in the park in eighteen No surprise was manifested by officials here at the fact that no one in the coachos appeared to have as the regulations do not permit firearms except on written per mission from Sec retary Garfleld Is His secre Judge pointed out that the victims of the robbery could not hold the government responsible in any The department of Justice has offered a reward of for the apprehension of the August dis patch from states that the stage running between that place was held up by a robber and passengers robbed to the extent of Because ofthe distance separating the places this robbery evidently was not committed by the highwayman who held up the stages in Yellowstone From Ooie of August Anna Margaret age seventy committed suicide at her home near this place by swallowing a large quantity of i NEWS IN BRIEF August two hundred fire chiefs are in attend ance at the convention of the tnterna Association ot Fire Chiefs August the state camp of the Patriotic Order Sons of America Calvin Strayer of York was elected president for the ensuing August More than men have Just been given employment at the mills of the Cherry River Boom and Lumber com situated at Rtchwoodj after a suspension of many August the result of an alleged attempt to steal a ride on a freight Samuel age of met with a horrible He lost his grip and tell beneath the August on the local street car system was sus pended while two motormeh As the cars passed Into Center stfeet switch the motormen stepped off their cars and started into each August far the 40 DROWN IN RAGING RIVERS South Carolina Suffers From Severe Floods MANY IBBIDGESJARRIEO OFF Continuous for Several Inflict Damage on Property Located Along the Flooded Spectators Watching the Whirling Deluge Are Carried Away With Bridge on Which They Were Standing and Drowned Primary Elections Seriously Interfered August no fewer than forty lives are lost and worth several millions been by flood conditions un biggest sale of clover seed ever made paralleled since was closed at the exchange jn both the Carollnaa heavy ralas nave fanen continuously for forty ejgnt nours on ftomd already water the seed brought goakefl Md BtU1 On all wnen bushels were sold to Frank Selling on a basis RY0wu annual Harrison county in stltuta is in session here About three hundred teachers from and adjoining counties are in at August Philadelphia and Reading Railway company has paid into the state treas ury as part of the stata tax on the capital stock and loans of the railway and Its subsidiary com AUGUST 29 Saturday Specials Some and Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier Chlneie Tbe Chinese have always had athlet ic exercises of a sort in which they have rather prided though none ever seem to have taken such a hold on the nation aa ours have on us during the last century or They have plenty of stories of strong men capable of wielding extraordinary of bending wondrous bows or of lifting heavy Even within the lust few years feats of archery were done before an officer could get bis commission in the and In almost village there Is a bamboo with a pierced stone at either end to test the strength of the rising feeneration in But there was nothing of regular athletic ex cept for a few be fore foreigners Mer A Strons They bad met for the first time since their schooldays were telling each other of their professional And how did you come to leave the stage V asked bad a hint that I was not suited for it I Tbe little birds told WetL no not But they might have beeu birds had they been allowed to When To Eat Is A Question f m y j Where To Eat Is Not Debatable bers of fheNewTcffk New York cotton Chicago stock board of trade and the Cleveland stock ex They had branch houses In and When the failure was announced a member of theflrm said that affairs were in a badly condition as the result of Saturdays trading and it was thought best to make an assignment at understood that brokerage firms were await ing the delivery of stock from Brown company became impatient along noon and sent word that they would allow but a few more hours of All attempts to secure fur ther delay were futile and the suspen sion August a clap of thunder out of a came the j announcement that Brown New York with of i flees in the Penn building in this i had The first news of the j failure to arrive here came In the form Of an order to the local repre sentative ordering him to refuse to ac I cept any money for the Within thirty minutes afterwards attachments had been flled against theconcern by j two prominent Erie business been August streams tha danger line had At Camden nineteen persons lost their They were on a toll bridge watching the flood when the gave Their bodies are still in the i Stages three to flve feet are expected on principal The big cotton mills along the Pacolet f river near where HI were drowned arid two mills away In are In great t It Is though not August that Pacolet mill i has been de gtroyedv The Camped Down mill at Graenvllle stands In water flve feet deep and may go any l v Serious washouts are reported on alt railroads noth of the Columbia rlveriA The Seaboard air line has lost a bigx bridgeacross the Savannah river add t over the washouts were reported on Southern AU towns in South A Tbe Lady LooU liero You said that If Id give you your dinner youd mowtbe lawn for The Id like to do but I gottej teach yer a Never trust tb word of a total Night makes you stay at the omco so late st night Do you fata anything by tt Hubby But I have several an ace ot gate The Him In tbe surfThe water to get ting 1 wondw HARGIS TRIAL COMMENCES Court Each for August most sensational session of the Breathitt county circuit court held since Special Judge Oarnes was here with the sol diers in the trial of the late Judge James was held on the calling of the case of Beach Hargls for the murder tof his Judge The courtroom was packed with including many Judge Adams announced that he would overrule the motion of defendant re questing him to vacate the bench and he imposed a fine of each against Senator Judge Will AYoung and T counsel for the de who filed the affidavit asking htm to vacate the Judge Adaras said the action of preparing the and filing it now is contempt Of court and under tie rules of the law davit Joes not present at this time reasons which will Justify the court In refusing to preside at the Ha said he would discharge duty and refuse to The attorney then moved fop Change ot venue to anovber Jewleh Colony for August Ptttsburg Hebrews have purchased a large tract of land in Virginia to es tablish a Jewish colony for farming and light manufacturing and to give employment to the unemployed of that TO TAKE RIDING TEST Meet Medical August have been issued by the war depart ment directing Colonel William Stewart of the coast several months was sent to the abandoned military post at Fort on account of temperamental proceed to Fort Huach to take the riding test pre scribed for field At tha con clusion of the test he is directed to re turn to Fort Colonel Stewart was asked to retire last year and As a result he was sent to Fort Grant without com his only associates being two Fort Qrant Is twentysix miles from the nearest Col onel Stewart has the option of riding on horseback thirty miles a day for three consecutive days or of walking fifty miles In the same If the medical before which he will undergo the should re port him physically Incapacitated he then may be ordered before a retiring board It will be recalled that the case of Colonel Stewart created a good deal of comment in the senatelast winter when an effort was rani to secure for him a board of The resolution directing that a board In quire into his case was not reported by the military affairs not withstanding the Insistence of Sena tor Rayner of Maryland and some of bis Poor Fellow doesnt dare say that his soul Is his has been walked so much that he says he feels lifce a beaten Xork thlrtyflve years working In the new Big Four freight fell from the top and struck a concrete block head The force of the fall knocked a cor ner off the Blackburn suffered only a slight scalp August Pearl a Findlay was struck by a car near Van Buren and the in juries received may cause his He was sitting on the track his auto is car broke the lira Jted to hip AugusT WHiilB employed an elevator at North Jost his right hand rather than take He placed hia hand ot tae Valley pries of ra oa boaid the tha PVM tU which lift the grain to an upper thinking he could get It out but was unable to do so and a portion of his band was torn August It is an nounced that company will be in corporated within a few days to lease the properties of the United States Telephone the Cuyahoga Telephone company of Cleveland and the Citizens Telephone of Options have been taken on these properties by the new com August Stephen Rb slnsky was fatally shot by two negro which tor light and trolleyservice on electric are Hundreds of cattle have been Practically every acre richestIB freshet has the primary election liuprogress Farmers could not get turns canaot be WlnajUUnt terrrfpttonot telegraph and telephone which also renders It difficult to get details of flood dam Rotenbloom to BaltlmoreMugust renew ed and searching Bonnie wife of Samuel tbe viptlm of tbe trunk followed the admis sions she made to the local detectives attir more detailed BosenbloonrT in the presence qt slnsky was fatally shot by negro Deteotlve Captain the chief holdup A crowd of meni who ran Wlndber paand member8 to the scene upon hearing the shots were held off by the robbers and they Angry because no money was found on their victim one of the high waymen plunged a knife into Rosin skis body several times as he lay on the Roslnskl is August the jt police of of tne Baltimore detective stat ed that not only knew that her husband had been murdered by her Alexander but that she knew that the bad been put in a trunk and concealed la the cellar of their home for 24 TUs daugh sixteenyears August tne sixteen years arrest of three who had stolen mined that knew of her fathers i goods from cars and hidden the arti murder and that the body had been ctes In bushes along the river concealed in the cellar of their home There is more lying done In the ter of congratulations than on i any other When the or ney nerves get then gans always Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate tbe Heartor That Is simply a Get a prescription to Druggists everywhere aa mloops The Restorative pre pared expressly tor waw In side Strengthen build them up wlw Shoots Re or UquldHpd see how quickly help will fold by Harry JL There maty Witts Witch Haiti ust Sold jtf Hiwrry rest h the Harrlsburg police believe they have members gang of train rob bers who have been robbing cars over The operations of the gang are said to have extended through of central Pennsylvania a number August feel that it would be Indelicate and alto gether bad foim for me to attend the opening of the campaign at Youngs town and sit there and hear the speak ers laud said Taft to Con gressman in refusing to make a speech To haye to ait there and bowto the crowd every time they applauded a remark about me would be August tion led to the Identification Sam uel found In the den David a local was reading about tbe trunk Noticing that the date of his paper was the same on which he attended a wedding at he re called that the talk was all about Ro senblooms disappearance the previous Something seemed to tell him the man in the trunk and Rosen bloom were one the He j his suspicions to Chief or Weit iay Thwraday until their b1 other and tjo of his Joseph and Louis ler took the trunk away in a Starved Hlmcelf In August Clayton who Brlggs by beatjng her over the head with a died qf starva tion and exhaustion In tbe county Williamss gave way under the excitement ports ot the race war at and the murder ot fol At the Jail he raved continu refusing food and fighting his BIB of the Union stockyards at West was wiped out by The loss Is es timated at Seven houses on Keele street were Tbi ori gin of the not r J Cubans to Elect President In the j v August presidential and conftywloBM j elections in Cuba would be p H next and that tbe loaugurs tion of the newlyelected president would take place onJanuary 1 4 was the announcement made by j Governor said OMlt President himself bad agreed u   

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