Harrisonburg Evening News, July 7, 1902

Harrisonburg Evening News

July 07, 1902

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Harrisonburg Evening News (Newspaper) - July 7, 1902, Harrisonburg, Virginia j>¡-, V,; / Ht ■ 11 ■%>» WEATHER TODAY l'or Vlrcinln: t'iiir: ' "»11 n'r'- I wnrmcr foni^-lit nnrt Kiimliiv. VOLUME 7, WO. 61 HARRISONSCJRG-, VA.. MONDAY, JULY 7, 1902. 1 Cent. 25 Cents per Month UNMATCHABLE BARGAIN SALE at Millers this week. Every article a bargain. Wo luivo hundreds of other bargains which you will iiurt at our place. We have not» the room to mention them lien'. YOUR RIONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK KLIM-AX SHOES 2Q cents. . Men's and Ladies' cotton glorie umbrellas,steel rods natural wood handles in sizes ~<> and 28, a bargain at 75 cents, our price for about ¡¡00 of them :»c. KLIM-AX SHOES cents. Lace curtains 2.1 yards long, worth ¡50 cents. Our price KLIM-AX SHOES 27 cents. A fair grade bleached cot- 8 ton, usually sells at 8 cents. , KLIM AX SHOES 8 cents. Ladies' Fancy Ilose, fast colors, all sizes,liice patterns worth 15c. Our price 8e. KLIM AX SHOES cents. Ladies slippers only about 100 pairs left. This is the kind we sold at 75c. To close out .VJe a pair. KLIM AX SHOES i»7 cents, ('rash for waists or drosses, 8 ten different patterns. A 10 cent seller at <>7,.. KLIM-AX SHOES 3 cents. About :i00 folding fans. A great bargain only Sc. KLIM AX SHOES Q*7 cents. Ladies fine shoes in pat-ent t.ip, Common sense old ladies shoos. About :!0() pair good heavy; shoes worth ^1.25 will goat 87c. KLIM AX SHOES C cents. Men's fancy half hose, ° o\ly about 10 dozen loft, A seller 10c seller at 5. i KLIM-AX SHOES cents. Men's full sized working shirts, all sizes and kinds, the best 25c shirt in town. KLIM-AX SHOES QQ cents. Ladies' Wool Skirts, all ^ shades, worth §1.50. MILLER BARGAIN STORE, Truthful Advertisers. Our Goods are good, anil prices low. wo do not havo to pull people off tluv street. Cowtioa Prospects.,. - —-London, July 5.- A number of cor-'onation rumors are current. The optimists say King Edward will be quietly crowned six weeks hence. Rear Admiral John C. Watson, who was to :liave represented the United States navy at the crowning of King Ed-ivard, returns home, however, on the July 12, and hopes to come back for the ceremony, the date of which he, is quite unable to prognosticate. The court authorities havo been consulting the business world, with a view of ascertaining public interest prior to makiug any definite arrangements. .....— - ........ » A Success. Mr.. Logan's now butcher shop is a success if public commendation goes for anything. Not a day passes bu,t numerous comments are heard on the cleanly appearance of his shop and the excellence of his meats. Try him once and you will bceome a regular customer. OGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THE »EQUITABLE, I STROHGEST IH THE WORLD. I J. W. ALBXiJDEII, J. II. HYDE, 8 'l»m:i»ii>KNT. VirTM-IIKPIIlKNT. The Two Great Aims 8 o of'ii mixn'H life nrn—protection Q for IiIm family—jirctortlon for Q llllIlHC'lf. Q ICtiilowincnt AKMiirunre cffis-tH them Q both. O Hire Ih tli<> result of F,nilo\vin< nt pol- O lry.No. 217,(¡19 for OOO taken Q out 20 year« ngo ut use of ¡J"): Q CASH $7,556.05. 8 This is n return of nil premiums A paid with 52,Tine,.or, in addition; to X nny notlifnii of tli« 20 yours' life na- « nxHUritmc. S C. B.RICHARDSON, District Manager, HARRISONBURG, VA.CHURCH AND STATE Fourth of July Makes it Proper to Talk of Our Country. THE SERMON OF REV. D. H. KERN OOODOOCOOOOOOG0000090000Q3 President Roosevelt, Our City Council and Public Free School Claim Speaker's Attention. The Rev. D. II. Kern delivered a highly interesting discourse last night at the M. E. Church, South, oil the text: "Render therefore unto Caesar the things^ which are Caesar's, and unto God the things which are God's" — Matt. 23:21. The" speaker said in part: The enemies of Jesus had combined to ensnare him. The effort was made in a series of questions, theological and'political. The text is his answer to a question by the Pharisees and Iierodians, which was intended to prove him guilty of treason. The question was, "Is it lawful to give tribute unto Caesar or not?" If he answered "Yes," he would Ih* going against the bitterest prejudices of his people. If he. answered "No," he would be guilty of treason against the Roman government. His answer, so brief and clear, settles forever the Christian attitude toward the relation between Church and State. This has been a troublesome Question during a great portion of 'the history of the Old World. Great struggles have been engaged in between those who have stood for the divine right of the. king and those who have stood for the divine right of the Pope. When the, divine right of tins king had full sway, and the monarch was the head of both Church and State, fch'V wUlllt^'Os.,silenced.,. while vice. i«. largo places ran riot. Where the church was in the supremacy ami monarch». but did the bidding of the Pope then cuino the Spanish Inquisition and the massacres like that of St. Bartholomew's day, which drenched the earth with Protestant, blood. Then came the long black list of hellish doings by the authority of the church in the name of religion. From such tyrannies of Kings and Popes our forefathers fled to this new world. Here was established' afresh the doctriuo, not of tlio (¿Vine right of the king, nor tlio divine right of the Pope, but of the divino right of the people. The President and the Bishop are the servants of the people. The church and the state, the two independant arms of the divino government, each doing His will in its own peculiar way without interference from the other. We have just past the glorious Fourth of July, which makes it proper for us to think and talk about our country. I agree with the Fourth of July orator who declares that this is the grandest country under the sun. Patriotism—love of one's country—is one of the highest virtues. "Breathes there a man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said, This is my own, my native land?" We owe it to our country to honor its institutions. Our Christian law Book requires us to be loyal citizens. Jesus and Panl are illustrious examples of citizenship. They both obeyed the laws of the government. under which they lived, and when the representatives of that government f;euteuced them to death, they bowed without-murmuring in submission to its authority. We ought to respect our government's representatives. ' The occupant of the presidential chair is our President, whatever be our political affiliations. We should not speak disrespectfully of him, but give to him our loyal support- as long as he is our President. The governor of the state is our governor. They who are in authority in the town—whether mayor, councilnien, or whatever offices—are our representatives, and we sliould not detract from the dignity and influence of the offices they hold by indiscriminate criticism or thoughtless accusations. One of the most important institutions of our country, peculiar to it, i: our public school system. This system rests upon the theory that intelligence is our safeguard. The object is to make an intelligent citizen of every child and give to each a ehanco to win in the battle of life. In our town we havo, as far as ( know, a model public school. The management and teaching are in the hands of competent and conscientious citizens. The public school is worthy of your support. A republican form of goveiiment can exist only amongst intelligent people. And free public schools art» the only moans of educating tlu> masses of the people. We owo it to our country to preserve these institutions wisely founded and bravely defended by our forefathers, and to hand them down to our posti r-ity. But, while we rondel- to Caesar the tilings that arc Caesar's, while we honor our rulers, and obey the laws, we must not fail to render to God the things that are His. We owe. gratitude first to God for our country. Whatever there is of fertility in our valleys or mineral wealth in iitjjpmonntains was put there by His 4)uiuitiful hand. And, more than this, wo luv'o thought", perhaps, are we imlebted to God for our civil and religious liberty. As Bishop Galloway points out in his lectures on Christianity and the Nation, the handof6>od is manifest in our nations's history. A flock of birds turned Columbus away from the coast of North Carolina toward Cuba, and saved this country from the tyranny of Roman Catholicism, which for centuries had been'the ruination of the people of th(! Antilles. It was the hand of God that led the Protestant Christians who have made' this the greatest nation of the world instead of groveling in the ignorance and revel of Catholicism which has for so long H'en t he curse of South America. Through the revolution God guided our little army, and in answer to the prayers of Washington and his fellow patriots,•brought victory to otir armies', --•ximnwin tnru ¡¿«iiil Crt.lift'ofHin; oiW war, ,'lten the ilestiuy of the Union hung vn the balance, God did not forsake us. Maybe it was to preserve the Union that He permitted "Stonewall" Jackson's removal, not by bullets of the enemy, but of his friends, for while Jackson's genius and courage and prayers stood in the way, the cause of the Union could not triumph. And surely God could not let Jackson be overcome, so he took him away to join the triumphant army in the skies. Let us thank God for the blessings of our great country, and let us follow the teachings of the Book and the example of our Lord and His chief Apostles in exhibiting the highest and purest patiotism and citizenship. ♦ • ♦ ...... For good brick call 011 Sliruni Bros., Dayton or Bridgcwater. * Money to Ldan. As Special Receiver under decree of the United States Circuit Court for the Western District of Virginia, I am authorized to make loans from a fund in my hands, subject to call after sixty days' notice. Will place the same to borrowers in sums of $1,000 and upward, upon satisfactoiy security, at r> per cent interest. Apply to GEO. K. SIPE, Special Receiver, Harrisonburg, Va — »o * — - Whiteman's fine chocolates and bonbons at Lanck's. Have You Eyes That hurt? If so, something ¡8 wrong, and you need a pair of spectacles or nose glasses. We have them to fit nearly all canes. If you huve any trouble hi seeing or are subject touhead-ncliea call In and let uh fit you and then yon can see. D. C. Devier. U^^^-^-c^x^-ccc-ix^x. <;<.<:■•.<.•<;<-ex-.'. CARRIED GUN, Mayor Assessed Him $20 and Costs for Doing So. Robert Thompson, a young man living eigth or ten miles northeast of town, was arrested Friday afternoon by Policemen Davis and Reiter, charged with carrying a concealed weapon. This fellow and several others were fighting on East Market street, near L. P. Ott's store, when the officers arrived on the scene. He was seen to transfer an object very much like a pistol from one pocket to the other. One of the officers stepped up to him and pulled the pistol from his pocket, at the same lime placing him under arrest. In the police court Saturday till1 mayor, after reviewing the evidence, fined him $•>() and costs, "Tate" Rhodes, Iiy whom lie is employed, going his security. Strange to say, Thompson swore 011 the witness stand that ho did not know that lie had the gun, and that he had never seen it before, He supposed that some friend had placed it there to protect, himself in the fight. Evidently the mayor (lid not look at the matter in the same light, and the- friend's act, although p.olmbly done ill kindness was rather costly. Thompson might well exclaim, "Do-liver me from my friends and I will take care of my enemies." Fletcher's linger Ale. • • ♦ Lato Arrivals at Rawley. The. following are the late arrivals at Haw ley Springs: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Leber,of Baltimore, Md., Miss Jessie Williams, Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Chas. Green, Sporryvillo, Va., Miss Lizzie Funkhouser, Hinton, Va., Miss Margaret. Jordan, Mt. Jackson, Va., Miss Maggie Jordan,Mt,. Jackson,Va., Miss Sara V. Points, F. F. Nicholas, Rev. G. G. Everhart, Mrs. John Switzer, Miss It. L. Sipe, C. B. Williamson, O. II. Mauzy, Norman Broods, Miss M..L. Dutrow, Miss Ediia Roller, J.aP. Dutrow, E. .N. is, .-r.intr-" Cowan, Miss Minnie Newman, Misses Molly arid Virginia Payneji. B. Crawford, B. E. Horner, E. D. Sloane, Dr. F. B. Olhausen, Miss Claire Amiss, Misses Lewie and Margaret Roller, Toler Lemlev, A. L. Giles, R. M. Price, J. W. Moore, A. If, Fletcher Dr. T. C. Firebaugh, Miss Carter Warren, Miss Carrie Switzer, N. W. Davis, Winfleld Liggett, Mrs. Win-field Liggett, tC.C. Switzer all of Harrisonburg, Va. Pineapple Snow is a wintier. for it. Fletcher's Pharmacy. Ask » Failed to Appear. On Friday, July 1th, "Buck" Mc-Williams of near Tiniberville was arrested by special officer W. R. Bowman for carrying two guns concealed in B. Ney's hitching yard. The man had sworn Tit his brother and pointed the pistiol iu his face at Kavanaugh's bar. Tins officer, being informed' of this, searched him and found the weapons on him. The Mayor released the man the same yvening 011 his own recognizance to appear Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. He did not appear and it is supposed he does not intend to until forced by the power of the law. An officer will probably be. sent ¿ifter him today and it may go rather hard with him when lie is caught. Can't Beat the Model Bakery. "You can't beat that bread," is the remark frequently .made by Harrisonburg housekeepers as they exhibit a loaf of bread from the Model Bakery to some neighbor. "You don't, catch me baking bread, cake or anything else in hot weather now that we have a really first-class bakery in town," was the remark of one lady yesterday. Remember that by calling phone -15 you can Jiave hot rolls for break-fust. —,----* • •...... You get all that is coining to you when you buy Hollomon's "Virginia" cigar for 5 cents. R. A, M. SCHOOL. Will Begin Work at Elkton Hotel on July 9. The Royal Arch School of Instnie tion will begin its sixth annual session at Elkton, Va., at the Elkton Hotel, at S o'clock p. 111., July !>. Arrangements have been made for the accommodation of members of the school and their f'aimlies at the reasonable rate of $$1,00 per day. All ltoyal Aroli Masons are eoridally invited. This school was organized six years ago with Excellent T. E. Schwartz, of Lurav, President; Excellent Ed. K. Conrad, of Harrisonburg, vioo-presi-dent; Excellent-James II. Morrison, of Luruy, seertoary and treasurer, and the Grand Lecturer and Assistant Grand Lecturer of the State as instructors. All these ollleors have been reelected from year to year. The sessions have been well attended by member» from the constituent chap-tors, and others, and the school has done much good* work in improving the condition of capitular Masonry in this part of the State. The .school is gaining in interest each year, and furnishes a pleasant way for recreation at a delightful summer resort at very reasonable rates anil at the same time the members may "improve themselves in Mnsoniy. Mr. Drawbaugh, who is iu charge of tl 10 Elkton Hotel, furnishes excellent. accommodations, and leaves nothing undone which may contribute in the least to the comfort or pleasure of his Masonic guests. . • * Leave your orders for ice cream with Lauek. We wont speak of qualify. you know what it, is. » ' Funeral of Mrs. Grove. The remains of Mrs. M. 10. Grove, whose death occurred here Friday nig^t at the home of her sister, Mrs, C. II. Lange, on German Street, wore forwarded to Staunton 011 t|ie early train for burial in that city. A brief service was conducted this morning at the house by Rev. D. H. Kern. .Further services will be held today iu the Me* (Ust Church in Staunton. Hollomon's "Bob White" and "Hollomon's Specialty" are 5 cent cigars in price only. . Few of the foreign made 10 cent cigars equal them. . - . ♦ • * Death of E. H. Simpson. The sad tidings of the death of E. H. Simpson at his homo in Bon Air, Chesterfield county, Va., 011 Saturday last, reached here yesterday. Mr. Simpson was an uncle of Mrs. S. C. Rolir, of this city, and a brother of Mrs. Evelyn Quarles MeLellatid, ail aunt of Mrs. Ilohr, who died in Richmond 011 the 2(ith of June. Notice to Public. Rawley Springs now open. Will furnish a good dinner and the privileges of the hotel anil grounds for o() cents. But to all who wish to spend the day and bring their lunch with them, 25 cents each will he charged, and on arrival will be expected to register at tlio office. I). M. SWITZER.TWO DA TOTAL DEPOSITS. January I, 1902....$179,554.12 July I, 1902 .$334,457.29 (Includimi Sf.O.OOO I". H PopoHltH.)GAIN IN SIX MONTHS$154,903.17. We moat heartily thank our frienilH and cuHtoinerH for the very liberal patronage they have given uh. ► Very respectfully, > THE [ ROCKINGHAM NATIONAL BANK, I Harrisonburg, Va. FROM BROADWAY. Town Council Regulates the Burning of Waste. Broadway, .(ulv "i. John. Thomas, who died of paralysis at the hnrne of B. Helhort tin- morning of the :!d, was buried Friday at II o'clock at tin-Creel; Church. Rev. Mr. Stirewault, of the Lutheran Church, conducted the services. Mr. Thomas was iu his 77th year. Ho was tin- oldest native resident of Broadway. Ed. Camion and wife arrived Friday from Newport News. Thev are stopping with Mrs. Camion's father, Mr. Sol. Ilulve.v. Our town council lias passed an ordinance mailing it unlawful "to burn waste paper, straw, wood or any other material within :tl) feet of any build ing. Any one violating this ordinance shall be lined not less than one nor more than live dollars. Thisordi nance to ^o into ell'ect July ',', liio-j. Mr. and Mrs. Yeakle, of Pleasant Valley, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donson. Mrs. Ant. Rhodes was called home a few days ago to see her father, James Bush, at Cherry Grove. His condition is very serious. A party of fourteen from our town celebrated th Fourth by a trip to Lu-ray Caverns. They report having bad a "magnificent time." Those com- a posing the company were: Ladies 'Miss Minnie, Sidney and Sallio Pugli, Sallio Bowman, Woodie Alexander, Cora Ifolbort and Mrs. Lucy Smith. Gentlemen- A. It. Miller, II. H. Ald-hizer, T. C. Harper, J. T. Acker, Prof. John Flory, Will Williams and (!. S, Hoover. . • i Fletcher's Pineapple Snow. MAIL BY ELECTRICITY. Invention to Supplement tho Rural Free Dolivery. Richmond, Ind., July (i. Frederick Hamilton, a young man, has patented an autoi^itic carriage for rural mail boxes that,*TNvill carry mail directly into tl lion of (he farmer as soon as it lias b<-.a ^ .ted in the box by power'' 'The moilei^'sllows 'fVvo's'ni'i'iY batteries beneath the mail box in a separate compartment. Tlio carriage, which runs to and fro along a wire stretched to the house, remains within the mailbox when not iu use. When a letter or paper is dropped into the hox by the carrier It falls directly into the carriage, which is automatically "tripped" anil sent on its journey toward the house, at the same time causing an electric bell to be sounded within the house. The arrangement is so perfected that the carriage will directly enter one of the rooms that may lie on a direct line with the road. When the farmer desires to mail a letter he will push a button, which brings the carriage to him, and, diqiositing the missive, he will raise a small Hag on the carriage, which is then »out back to the box. Tho flag is a signal for the carrier to take out mail before depositing any. Mr: Hamilton says that the device will work any distance, and that it is possible for farmers living a quarter or half a mile from the road to get service without having to walk the distance. Mr. Hamilton also says that lie has been offered a large sum for the right to manufacture his machine by the Westilighouse Electrical Company, but has declined to sell. *»* A Change. Miss Hortense DeVier having decided to discontinue her school for young children, will devote her attention next winter exclusively to her music class. Her studies during the past few years under the best instructors ill modern methods, in addition to her own successful experience as a teacher, gives assurance that her pupils will enjoy advantages of a high order. Collicello now open. All applications answered promptly. For further information apply to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. LEE, Harrisonburg., Va.STOVE REPAIR \Ve carry a full line of repairs for all Cook Stoves manufactured by Isaac A. Sheppard & Co. \Ve also liave repairs for the following stoves that have been «old in the county. When you want repairs for your etovea go to Burk'n Hardware. We carry a big stock of Window Glass in ail the sizes—when you >vant Window Glass go to Burk's Hard ward. When you want Machine Oil, Harness | Preserving Kettles, Water Coolers, Ice oil, Cylinder oil, Harness dressing, Lin- Frrezers, Window and • door screens at seed, Turpentine, go to Burk's Hardware, j Burk's Hardware. Phone 62. EVERYTHING IN HA.ROWA.RE. I1ARRI SO X B U IU i, VI HCl XIA. ;