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The Medina Register. (Medina, N.Y.) 1877-1931, September 02, 1909, Image 2

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&W; The Medina Register, KnterwllB tho poitofiloo M Mmlina, Sf, Y„ R» Wopna-olajB nm|l mattoi'. 'mVRSDAV, SBHTJSMBKIi 2. 1(H». t.. W. Ci A. H.OWKII OAHNI.VAI, The reoolptstfrom tho flowor Osrhlvnl were yt^OO 70, (Mid tho espouses shout. two, thalnillto' whlob. woromailaupor tho DdHa, prlrijlnir, eleotrlo wlrlnfr, Ice. or»rn, iambs?, rant of wwi* waHninl. tont> ana msisrla) '** < lc( > lil '*\ l \ ,, ' th< \° Ilemi uraountlnif to 1876. Kemlyn Staring, Onolta Austin.- Klwood M»ok unit Kendtlck qaaokon- , tmshworsliwittttod promltiini(or sollinpr tin gr«»to«t number of tlokota for tho * osrrnval, Ruth Sralnsrd, Qortrudo Shorwooil, Jossphino liinmi)rm»«, Alice Perry, (Jopil Wlliprt and Bsymond Bcodilanl received liiasoh, tiokots for lolling 3D ' Molest* ior tho carnival. , Tbo following premium! worn awarded: Sootlon 1. Sweot POM. Olnis-1— ffljit- promluia, Mrs, Jfarioy, salsil howl by MM. 1*8. Hartt. 8(1, Mrs, Major Grlnnoll, - nut ploka ana praokor by Mra. E. Orook. Olaia B~Kr*. .lohn V, litis, voao by Mrs. K, Barrett, 2d, Mri, IJOU. tlnrtf, fnnoy aaltors by Mrs Janioi Gorman Olau 11-MM Jolm v. Hon burnt wood mirror by Mist BirdoU Emmonss ftl, Mri. . &oIK Hiirtt fnnoy pinto by Mm. 8. .1, Piomraon 8d. Miss' Phoobo gnoll toucy . riliHhy*!ri.Ball, Claaa 4—Mrs. Krwln Iiowon oup and lanoor by Mrj, U, A. Aeon lid, Mlsi siny Allen fnnoy pitcher by Mri, .1. B. Wolrt. OIBII b-Mr». Krwln llowon fsnoy pinto by Mrs, Arthur Howard. . gisnU-Mr*. hull. Hnrtt iilntu by MM. Loulss Ilnloh. Qlasi 7 - Harry Wultn knlfg by Mrs, John Vlymptan. Hoollon I). Nasturtiums. Class a - First premium, Sire. ItoUort Nowoll ralla ' b»n by Mrs. Charles D/o, W, Mrs. Major Qrlnnoll fernery by Mrs. Froil Howell OUstO-Mrs Arthur nillott fnnoy ban bon tilth by Mrs, Prank Mulllioii, Sd, Mr*. Attn Austin onko pinto by Mrs. Hurt llnoon, Astpri, Class IQ~r*lrit, Un, llort Tlmiiierm»ir book by Mrs. Ilolen Muhiiri JM, »iri KUROno lloyor oup mid unuoor by Mm. J. I). Hmlth. Oiaii H-OIark Kronoh book by KM, II. V. Wolton; Od, Mr,». Arthur lllllott fnnoy npron by Mrt P, Bygort. Clnu lll-stri. Dnnlsl Allen Japaneto brail) nnileoinbtrny by Mn.U. A Mnok . Claw 10-airU, llo«.lo aallggbor IOMI- imtorbyMn MnJorGrlundl, boy», Carl Howen cuff bultom by Mri. Frank l'low- aid; Cd, MlM Marjory Hogpn fancy tllih by MM. JaniM Uoyor •Bpoolali. X'nmle*. Ohut M - Vlrat Mr». Arthur Howard oontorplooa by »lr«. . Forwitiri ea, ««, William Miller oup and aauoor by «ri. (loorgo Ilc<». < ClawlS-lloyi, Kortnan lloglo knife by Dr. Emily Swoltj glrl'a', Alloo Bohny lor wattrcolor by Kthel Jtatlt. Oahllai. Olau 1S-»M. Clark Hutu »'X plat«i by MM.Charki Cook, I'opptpi, Olau 17—Alloo Perry Imrnt wood by M». \V, i,. Donintti M, Oliar- lotto Aoor book by Ml»i Sam Xuoktr. Old fMhloniKl »|oyr««. U1M« 18-MM. 8«>foli laoo haimkerohlisr by Mr*. K it. ltoynoldi, Mlit Holon Tlramornmn »ido- btuwd aoarf by «n, Chnrln HerMtt, S(l«* SyavClinon ealad bowl by Mm. Cbannoy Mian, Pltlox. OlajiJO. JOMIO Malllion drot- Mrioart by Mra. II A. drayi fia, Mr*. Oharloi Muraook ptato by Mr*. Frank Tliuritiiii. Ooimoa. Claasi-Mn. SlarUn Smith «mbo«Md tnMo mat by »ll»i Jonnlo Chnw. QIadlOll Clan IS-Jay U OaVcaliand palntod plate by Mtn. t 4 , iV/lminorman; Bit, Kdlth Holllion JapmioN plato oy Mra. .1). K Ilarpourt I ClaM83-J\ II. OaJara vnao by 0. K, I Hard. . L ' HJo«o«, Olita*. Hl-Oiark froncb fancy dlah by MM. A. .1. goaj sd, MM. Nathan ailbm-t dolloy by Mr», MoOlwinoy. litlllus. Olnn fid-Mn. John Mead Jap- anoao wnilo bmkot by Mrt U V. llutti. Boollon 8. Potted plnnta, «U *arl<,il«. Olaaa ffl-Klrat promtmn, Mn. K. Orook 13 by Mw, a K, Wlklnn 8.1, Mm. ,1. P. aorman ploture by Mra. Slatlhi Smith, Do»ton FeM. CloMlfif-Mra.A.Shat- tuok ploturo Xxt MM, AltaAutttnt Sd.Mtl. OharlM Dyo fanoy aiah by Mrs. Orrln , Carton, Aapnrogut yemt, qian ta _ an. •rhoinaiMartlncPiilorplcoobj Mra. Ornnt Slajwmsj S3, Mn. g. HnfRtt fsney wsfk by MM, VanKtkft, Collootlon <tt anranlmni, «1» ooluro. W«4i» Ml-Ulst Jfonnte Band* Jnpnniso ptato by Mra. Bloliant Holiiiiohn. • UoWu*, Ms VatloUea. Cl»s» SO-jirs. Orrtri Cnrnon hatidpaintcd tray by Mra JohhLoVnUoyi iM, MM. li-Crook fanoy dtsbby Mra. yt,t SteakbiK. Palms Clatt m~,Mr«. Dbtirlea l) fu Japancio idatobyMra. a 1 . II?Agnowj gd, Mr«V B, J. Cnmminfcsr fnnoy apron by Mra. Bo bur* fowoll. Section i, Art-t'yrograpliy—Ol.uis S3 i'irat premium, Olinrlwlo Aoor. book by Mli* Koto Tnokerj .at, Klwood Slock ploturo Iry 'Mrs. Joiopiitno Ooodsell. Amatour pbotogtapby. Clnsw Sl-KI- woott Mttok book by M ri>, Arthur Myhlll. Kmbroldored Shirt Walat Olaas 85- ,., lira. Grant Slraomli making of tnllordd •hlrt waist by Mrs. Monnglot 2d, Mri>. Hownrd i'ottla fnnoy atah by Mta Danlol Hltohcook. Jfronoh EmbrOltlorod Slilrt Waist. OlaaaBO-Mra. Julia Gates Jnpancso dish ' byflltt, (J, Si. lfrary, Wallaolilnn Kntbroiaorod Shirt Wnlat. Cllias 87^-Mra. Howaya Pjittls Jnpniipso plfto by Mrs. JostpblnoHcmii Sa, Mrs. Ufant Bimouda laco liandkoitlilct hy Mrs. W. II, BeynOldi. . • _ :Jlantl80msk6 OohtorpiPou; Ola»» H8- MW, ifdspn fanpy imfe pin by torsi. I,. S. . Wbedons Sd, Mra. Harry Wolton cap and lanoor by_Mr«. Cloud Howell. tiBandsoinoit Contorploco, oUonU om- broldor. Class 00— Mw, Will jnokipn . itilloto^ ombrotdory alsacn nhd. omorv Mr*. W. 0. \V-pllaj Sd, Mri. tiebrgo I)OJI- •on fanoy towel by Mrp, Olay Konyon, Embroidered Sofa Pillow. Clnsa 40— Mri. Qraht Simonds syrup pttohor. by Bra. ». I, liiin Sd, M rs . A. t. Swott •,| letter ttlo by stra. B, ,r. Oummlhga. »i)raWn Work, Olnaa 41-^Mrs. 4ohh V. Heaa bolt bitolclo by Mra. A, J, BlohntdSi 8d, Wri.'Qrant SUnonda book by Mrs • , . Bupklnnd, Mtnbrpidoroa-Covttt Ooyer. Olas? 43^-' al(>a Nevada KoWloy ombrohlery aolssort byitra, 0. N. Hoodi B(i, Kirs, will Oaok- iptt book by Mra. 0, N. Hood. Srabrojdory Exhlbtta-Not Mpritloneuln Book,. Kyolet Slnibroldofod '\Valat,<-un,' W.6.Wollibook by MlaalionnBowonf Sd; Jlrk, Josephlno jSbodsoll fmsotnator by Mx« t A. B. SiatthY ' ' Syolet'KiiibtaidPred Contorplo6o.~Mts, M»rjy Boward burnt wood;ploture Xrnma • • by, Mra, Frod Party, Sd, Mra. fiu»on dfeewer loarf by Mrs, Jfrod Meade. trace \Wbrk—Mn Siiiipklna book by ,)«!!!. Bandolphj JW, Mra^iinnlot Alloh ,prn>b andpoiub tray by Mrt, Mnofc ' 1 il|febrpld6r?a,j?iirow. Oases-Mrs. Bon* apn; floUoy by Wa. BitOltwlfe, ftretafuint <tn'Wower ; fcihlblts not M^ntftiied' Jo BdOk. Japonloa-r-Mra,: ; P»b>«oBOiT«arjtaWol%y; sirs,,lohn jaoaijo,: Bo»ont»-Jlra. Frank King plqtTO by Atra.B.0 Jaokspn. I>oinoi» Tm-oHto* Mabel Doinpapy onp : awilsanoor byitCrs^JrvliiJrglinplslol- nonWe Bunilowar*— Hr», Irrsd Porry fanoypiatobyMrf H. V. Wllapti. i'iitunia*-' , ra. Fred Vsm foiioy dl»|i by lira A.E.Miller Soiibloaa^-piarfc Fronah' pinto by Mis. iripyd Obubbook. Oreso and White Qerjiiifnm^-Hra Siijr- ring.fajtey.'djih) Dy Mp» Bagiis. Ilegonla *-.Myi, Plmntuor ptofiiro by ,Mr». Will Brown, Fern— Mra, Mary Boynulda plato by frfm, 1'rank tjhnbbnok. I.OOAI, tlOKnjCSl'OHBKNOK, >|K'iiilli>g a »>ok In hor KTOWtUSVlUg Mr. Hothoway lm» booh qoito lll.nulTor- lng from » bad ami, wliloli it has teon innrcd by tho attendingrpbplelana wpnltl dovelop Into blood pnisonlncc Imt at proaunc writing bo iKliMiirovliiK. Dr. Kltch, who bna bpn quttu III, la about again.mnoh imprbyctl tri health Jrtra, Kltoh la aufrerliig siiv^n-tj' Snd is being oared for b y liur furntfr trained nuno, MltsKwnld of Biill.iln tllaa Lena Buthnoll of Shurt.vMlo 1» vlaltlng her aunt. Mra, lfltpll. Krnnk Bnthswaynf gyriiuu.ii ) 1< vlalt- lng hla father, both oallnd here by the afokneu' in tho two above ntontfoned famlllo*. Mr. Bnrth and faintly of Webitur hare again takoii poaaoaaiouN of tliclr new homo here a nd the house la being painted. Tho evaporator U being put in (hope for huilnen and will aoon bp running. A temporary plank brldgo^a being Inltt on tho north approaph tp tho oanal bridge proimratory to building abtitlmoiiM. Thera tatrtw itrontf .taU p of the possibil- ity of a Hft bridge nt this pplnt, A oouplo ot plokpookott, wh 3 auooeedod in gottinK,\ on tbo lull,\ nnu-worj in the boarding- IIPUIP, «to)<> H IIP watoh pf onii man by outtlng it fr.mi H« oh»lii and. roliovtng thp owner whlhi woartng It and the other took five dollnrV from the cook's aultoaso One at th» mull has boon eaptnrod by tilwrlll rntlaghon and lodgod In the oounty Jnil. 'i'h» nthor sue- pooclod In eluding nnullier »bf riff, wlton ho wna nearly oaptnrod nn. Clio towpath nunr wlioro In) had spout th«t night la n •hod. Ho made fur th„ W.KI.U, nm i hu dosotlptlon haa boon toiegmphod to nil points, and It Is prnbatily only a •|ii..ltori of n short tlmo bofnro hu will btlu ous twly, Mra. MoAlll.lur Buffalo. Miss Oameron has returiuHl to work In Botes CoTlcgo, Kentucky. BoimlU Haywanl. who lias boon send- ing part or tho aummur with bU grand* paronta, Mr. and Mrs i. O. Knot, lias roturnoU to hi* homo In llrouktyn »llt» Oiwrlo Pratt nml dnUKhjor, Mar. garot,aro aponrtlna awiukwlth friends In Maoedoti v N. X, '!'. K, Brady will lonvo how lor Hllver Creek the Iniwr part nf tbli week, whert, hswlll lp«nd babor Djy with his family. Mr. Wadlelgh of llullalo. a foimar business man of this place, was ealllar on frlondahcwon a'arsday WIST BIIKUIV Miss WaUohultatiKint Hunday at Ni- agara Kalis with » patty of friend* > Mrs. Konry Ourslm apont a fo* days thl» week with hor son. Rmlwn. at Kris, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John McD.inil.l at* apendlnit tho week at Auburn. Mr. and Mrs, Klrner Klnno spent Sat- urday and Hutidey with Mr. and Mrs. SIlOlp. Mlas Amy fiawrence of Akron laipand- Ing a couple Of weeks Miss Mnry Wlnlors. Mr. ana Mrs, Bsrginnu an d son and Mr,nnttMN.Knlckerbookor»nd daugh- ter of Bnrfato niado an auto trip to spend Saturday aiidSnnday nt A I t Polera Mrs O 1). KultBrnttandcdtho Sonday Sohool convention at Flotchrr Ohnpel Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Murray lloynr nml Mr, Hojer's molhoratwndml a ronnlon of the Olpongor family' near bnekport last Week. Mr. and Mrs. Thatnna i)y„ o t Kictehar spent Sunday wish Mr. and Mrs Owen Puller. Mr. and Mrs} A. II t'ohif ami blonds from Ilntrain made nn onto trip t» Olontt Snnday. Mr. nntt Mta, O. II. Kullar wero enlllng on friends In Muldlapnrt Sunday even lng. Mr and Mrs (J K l)»mary nml Mr. and Mrs Wnliinilgf epont ono ilny lait week with Mr. and Mra linker nf Mid. dlcport Mr. and Mra Walbriilgo h IVJ roliirnnd to their liomo In Burfnlo. nft«r having spent lbs summer hero. Mr. and Mrs. Molvtn Jenkins ami Mr. and Mrs. Bobort Watson mndu nn anto trip to Stiver tnfco Saturd.\y. West Shalby Sunday Kobbol lias Its el«a!9 •* Sha Part Friday 04K OBCIUtIO Mr. and Mra. Charles SanndMS nnd son from Slcuben Couutyapent last wepk with b\. A, Wntora and fmiitly. Olmrlca Albright awl wife of Dayton, H, y„ Tlslttd relstlvca horo last week. Miss Itaiel Uderklrk wlurn«l Mvt- day from Iter visit to fr|ond* In Mallnk. ,1. h. Achillea nnd Mra. Ktta Chandler spent patt ot last week In Brootsport with their »l«tor, Mrs Delia Balloy. Mrs. Majino Konnoiiy and two little bojaof Buffalo spout ThiirBday Willi her enusln, .Mra, frank Wntow Mr and Mra. j. Jt'lcholaon of Knokvltle vialtel lior aluer, Mra Go-.irgo Flab. Thtirsilay. Mra Kdlth Minor nnd Miss Alloo llarry nro homo from tholr visit Irt S»nborl). Mlas Qortrudo Albright la spending a tow days with ftlonds nonr Qaaport. W. K Konyon la having tho Irnuso occupied by Ed Barry freshly painted. Arthur Wntors has Ins house com* plolpd and Is also linking it painted, Hoorgn t'oo|)i>r, our artist, lias th-i J.ib, ' Soud, bring or telephone your hows ltoiiiB to tbo KoglBtor oflloo. Thoy will be gratefully received. ••COO jgPQ 1 '' 1 *'-!\'!' •'.<->'\ i_<ii|iijl.ai'a';*'\'ai^ii)>i'i .aCI PEOPLE'S .WIBL Swmotiby CHARL33S T, «y$sp,L, Piulof JBsopllyn Tsfeemacle, i)a.i r ii'i'• !• \i.'ji1.1ii.>> tp L» ani-W\* 1 >'i»\iOQQ winnings Suo^^tjoiii'^Criitvihg ••*- De- iktv^Yidcling-^Arisorp- j|lu and death tbrott(^Tns\AjipoIatctl Way—Jesus CUctot the ltlgdtiioua, 'ihuaj we. yew), \Ho iliut bellovetlt «u tbo Son liatll evpriaatlng life; nnd; he that kWllevetb. not the Bon, shall nut gee lite; but'iiiBiijBl WRATH 0\ aou ABIDBTBr. ON Km\ (John HI, 8B». Our Text Illustrated. r i'bo cxporlenco of our tlrut parents well Blustrates tbo loasou o t oiii' Vext, Mother Evo'ii dealro for knowledge should bs.ro confined Itseir to the Ul- yinp JlmitaOpni; tjut sba permittea it to wattfer dlsfpynlly. Evldoutly aho turned oyer lo bee wind bow wonder- Xal must ba tbo -wisdom of Upd, and how she would like to possess as uinch as the serpent sugg'ested she might nave, it sbo woul.d but disobfy «o d «na ent tho forbidden fruit. W6 -cop Imagine tbnt «bo bad qualms of con-, sciopco-thnt she hesltnied to disobey. But to oven atop to consider tho pleas- ures, tbo advantages, the desirability of transgression was to lenvo her mind open t o n frtib nsanult U'hp serpent's next movo was to suggest to her it rcu- son wby her Creator had forbidden tho catlnc of tho fruit, nntnoly, thut CJpd know tbnt this would make thorn wlsd as himself, and tbnt be did npt wish fpr eansl* In kuowicdgo, bat desired to keep them In « condition of mental slaverer tbrpugU Ignornnce. Sucb a •UESestrou should have been spurned by Eve, and was. no doubt, rejected at first. No doubt abo brought forth arguinonbt to prove tbo merciful kind- neuea and generosity of tho Creator nnd tb*t »ucb art evil, selfish nnd igno- ble gplrlt I I the senwur. siiKBested could not poiilbly belong to her Crea- tor, But tho wrong wns In SIVIIIK tho Icnit countenance to these jmgRwitions: ot dlswbculence. 'J,'hoy abouhl hnvo been promptly set aside. Stopping to expostulate or reason Is merely open- ing th* door for further begullenicnt. In tho languago of our text, aim wns \drawn ttwny by bor own desire and WM enticed)'' then, when desire bud conceived, tlio sinful net o f eallns tho forbidden fruit resulted. How docs dealro coucelre? We an- swer, Sbo mind eulorlnlnis the ilealre, warms it, vllnllres It, roflocls upon whst ndvantnges or plpnnurea would result; cnlcrs Into nnd enjoys thoso forbiaden plonsures wentnlly. Thus Mother Evo redected that oo doubt tbo forbidden fmlt wns specially delicious to tho pfilsti-, luscloua; more than this, that tho enlightenment of mind would brine to her vistas of thought far be- yond anything she nnd Adntn had cror previously Imagined. \Ibna her deslro for koowledgo conceived and pratJanl- ly, nerbtps In momonls. pcrlmrw in hours, pwbnns lo days, developed mora and mors the thought of tho Joys and pleasures to result from tbo set of dli- obedience—until practically tbo. whols ot lit* was absorbed In this ono desire, ' and eTcrytblor else of ber glorious and proper blcwlngs on every band Ssrns practically forgotten and Ignored. Finally the Irrcslstlblo moment rstne. Sbi took tbo fruit She nto It; gin was born, snd the wsge of death wnuld follow In,duo conrac. The main thing: to be noticed Is tbnt tho admission of evil dealro Into our hearts, Into our wills, Is the beginning of 'aln-tho conception of sin. A«ot tho conception It la only n mnttefr of time tintll it ahnll bo bornj unless In socio manner that sinful desire ba quenched, bo killed. Even then It -will bo with serious consequences that tho wrongly conceived aln will bo gotten rid of. The lesson Is, ns tho Anostlo suggests in the text, tho keeping of our hearts, our minds, so the desires shall not concclti! therein. This tncans •> loyalty to Ood and to tho truth nnd to righteousness, about which tbo world In general knows 11(110. It means that many kinds ot desires nnd ambitions may be begotten In the heart and lead on te one kldd OF amMtrcf felmt of sin- ful development, I^t us then henrkeu 16 tho iord, \Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out Of It nrc Iho issues of life\ (Proverbs IV, 23i. Eternal life or eternal deal!) Is the Issue, not eternal happiness or clernnl misery. Trtio, \under Clod's provision, «tt who get eternal life will thereby get etetuat happiness; but nil who fall to get tho eternal life or happiness In God's prorlsfon -will get eternal death, the Second Death, utter extinction. As St. Teter declares, they ahnll be \as brute boasts, made to be taken and destroyed\ Ot Peter 11, 12t And St. Paul says, \They shall be piinlshed with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord\-not with ever- lasting torment (H Thessnlonlans I. Ol Oivint Forgiveness of \Sin. Wo have seen how Bin entered, nnd that Its wage or penalty of Blvliic de- cree Is death—exthirllun. And wo have seen Hint imnitnl. innml stud physical Imperfwtiuiix nn- merely elc moots of our dying pimf*K. If tills were nil Hint the HlMe imd u> nil us, II would be rtiliiwmt b> n-=. fur wliy phllosophisp over it fa, i If it t mild not In any sonse or degree ho nvoided? If there were no bopo, u.i ihe Apostlo suggests, we might n» well nil, drlnU and be tnerry nnd make no ullempt specially to strive ngnlnst aln., and thus to bring ourselves Into rimfllct with the Weaknesses of our Ortti nn- his provisions for their recovery from j tures nnd our evil piivliimutenl. nut, Sandusky, Q„ Aug;. ]5.-i\««n. 1* toH)pt«Hl when ho. Is drawn away of Sir.pwn desires and enticed* Tiipn,. w|eqdestro has conceived, -It br'lugoth fo«b jiln; and Mb, when it Is flnUihed, Mnifetb forth death'' (J«me» 1. U, 15>. In propbrfton to our intpllltrcnce we all know tbst sin abounds la the world; snd more than this, that there stro tend, endes toward sin In our owri flesh, tfhe Berlptural doclaratien is, \I was born In sin nnd sbapen in Inlqully, and ID sin did my mother concelvo at\ (Psalro II, 51. CCho explanation of these) coudltlons Is found only in the Bible, which tells ui that tbo beginning ot sin was In Eden, and tint It* painful Influence has descended from parent to child until uow\ and that there was but ono complete remedy for It, which Is boyomi oitr power, but provided for ua by our Creator through his glorious Bon, who redeemed us, Doctrines of Dtvlls, Tho Bible is God's mcisnce to all ttioeo who nro desirous o( learning tbo Dlvhio standard ijnd choosing; stnd light- ing a good tight* agaluift th e wrong\ ngnlnst sin wherovcr foundr but es- pecially against sin nml weakness to- ward HIII in ourselves. Xlio more truly wo discern tho true phllosopblei for sin nnd tho Dlvhio remedy, the better wo nro t'ropared to resist H-rore- wamed wo nro forearmed. Uowover (t may be explained, the fact remains that thp world of man- kind, heathen and civilised, ronllxlnit sin, feels eonsclcnce-strleken and an- ticipates rmiilslime.ut ot some,kind for violation ot recognised laws and prin- ciples of our bclog. Ignorance, super- stition, mental unbalance an d theory, supported by priestcraft, have ted mankind, heathen and civilised, into a fear of an eternity of torture ns n punlshmsnt for sins, 'Xhla tho Apos- tle calls, \Doctrines of demons\ it Timothy iv, it. And no doubt tbo demons were responsible in soma mtaiura for the deduction of this doc- trino of eternal torment; because fear Is ono ot the roost powtrful influcners they can bring to bear upon fallen humanity ns they seek to captivate tlimn to sin. Those who have bad much to do with Bnlrlllsm (thinking that they wore communicating with their dead friends, but realty fellow- iblplng with fallen ungcls, called demons in tho Scriptures), tell ns that st tlio beslnnlng tbess \iylnt iplrlts\ gained coulrol o t their wills by telling them that they should pray much, •ren while presenting to them si- lurlnr, sinful luggostlons (I Timothy lv, 1). As n later step they tell them that everything Is glorious and every- body happy \In the spirit land,\ and that slos ot the present life are unim- portant matters.- Later on they prick their subjects' conscience and work upon their fears and tell thorn that their csso Is bopcicn and that they wilt soon have thorn fully In their power and torment them forever. With de- spair come utter abandonment and a willingness lo treat with tho \»tit spirits.\ This Is sometimes followed by obsession and not Infrequently rea- son Is entirely dethroned and tlio vie-, tlm becomes nn Inmnto ot a n asylum. Tim safeguard against all «t there delusions and misrepresentations Is found In a correct understanding ot God's Word-tho Bible, lo proportion as lis teachings are understood and followed tho mind Is relieved of those \doctrines of demons'' and given a rational understanding of what sin Is and of what its real penalty consists. Obedience to Its Instructions brings proportionate measures of \harmony With God nnd righteousness and re- sults In love, Joy, peaco and a holy spirit of disposition. \Th» Wagss of Sin It D.ath.\ Many experience great difficulty In ridding tholr mtnds of the ••doctrines Ot domona\-tbat tbo wtges of sin Is eternal tormont They find ft difficult to believe tho Truth en'the subject, which the Scriptures present, namely. That \The wages of sin Is death: but tho gift of (lea Is eternal life, through Jews Christ our l^ord'' (Bomnns v|» S3), Ood'a proposition ht that nil sinners ngiinst his Jusl taws, after full opportunity, shalt bo \ut forty de- stroyed\ (Thcssalonlnus I, 0; Acts 111, 23). tfho power of eternal life re- sides In God. and be nssures us tbnt bo will not give It to any except those who come Iu|o harmony with htm. EternnI lift has not be'en thrust upon our race. It Is entirely\ contrary to tho Scriptures to assert Hint man must ll*o somewhere to nil oiernlty, olthe\ In Joy or nngulsb. Tho Bcrlpturos n.«- suro ns to tbo contrary of tbl8-\AII tho Wicked Will be destroy.* Our Lord declares that (Sod Is nble to destroy both soul nii/l body In Oe- konnn. Ho who nlone iins the power >f eternal llfo has mnde uo provision Whereby sinners can obtain it ami thus Injure themselves and discredit the DI- vlno government to nil eternity, The gift of God Is eternal life, nml that gift will be bestowed only upon those who domonstrnte n heart desire In hnrmony with God and acceptance of ns the gejrlpttiri's Uu'Wre, \There/is fprjjJvehesH) ivitb thee, that thou mayf etc .to feared\ (PSMIIJI CSXX, it. The ,ypry ifccMnW God has provided, tbo forgiveness snd made possible on es- cape ftom the origiuul death 'sentence- jqd return to bis favor-eternal llfe^ makes life worth living and puis a new amblHpn, a new hope, a no, v «\• ergy lute alt those ivho come lo nn understanding of It If we were dealing with fallen men Hke ourselves Instenu of wltb God. WO Wight say tbat io'ine wen would change their word and others woul.d inot. But when w o think of tho un- changeable God wp feel cppVlncea that the sentence he once pronounced musT: stand. The jrrent Supreme Judge of tho TJnlverse, In tho findings ofbB iown court, will not retract blB just sentence, \Dying thou shalt die.\ Henco we would not be inclined to expect eternal life from Mm who de- clares ngalqst ui as\ a race iBnt ••the wages of sin is death.\ That philosophy once seen Is con- vincing to the last degree, briefly stated, it Is ttrat \By one man sin entered Into the world, nnd death by situ and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned;\ because all except the first man were, slnnerst by heredity (Romans; v, iiu In other words, the sentence of death Was pro- nounced only against Father Adam. Everybody clso who dies merely shares In bis sentence under the natural laws of heredity. Then God •condescendingly explains to us the philosophy of bow- that one man's sins being met, tho hierit catubo niado ap- plicable to nil of his posterity, so that the death of on* righteous nian could satisfy tho claims of justice ngnlnst the race as a whole. Tht Wonderful 8tory. But wo inquire, whorp conld tho one man be found who would be willing; to surrender his own life for that of Adam and bis race? And If. such a generous man could be found bow could he, ns a member of the condemn- ed race, bo acceptable to justice as man's Hansom Price? The Scriptures again explain that no such man could bo found amongst Adam's race, nud. that therefore God so lored the world that be gave his Son to bo our Bcdeem- ef. Then tbo query comes, Would It he Just for God to slvo his Son? And the answer la ScrJptumlly given, that Ho sot before his Son « great Joy, a high reward, and that the Son, fully In accord with hla Father, delighted to do his wflI-\J?or tho Joy that wns set boforo him, endured iho cross, despis- ing the snamo\ (Hebrews xll, 2), We nro assured tbat tho ro.waxd for thlss great transaction Is a great one. The Apostle, after describing how our Lord, our Redeemer, first loft the glory of tho heavenly estate and humbled hlm- ipif to tako tho bumau nature and was then found obedient unto death, eveu tbo death of the cross, then adds, \Wherefore Uou also hnth highly Pl- atted him, and given blm a name which is above ovasry name; tbat at the 'namo of Jesus every kbco shculd bow, of things In heaven, and thlogs in earth, and things under the earth; and tbat every tongue should confess that Jeans Christ is Lord, to tho glory of dod tho Father\ (PhJUPPIaus II, 0-131. «Y. Must B« Dorn Again.\ As wo were alt born la sin ai tbo children of Adam, nil must bo born again if they would becorao tho chil- dren of God. Many have failed to no- tice tho Scriptural teaching that out of our race God Intends to produce two families of Bono on different plaucs of being. The ono class, begotten nnd born of the spirit, will bo resurrected, bo born Bplrlt beings, like unto the angels. The other class, begotten again to human conditions, will ex- perience resurrection (Acts UI, 10-21) fn tors, by which they will be recovercc from sin and death conditions and ulti [mntely cbmo to human perfection nnd righteousness. Thcso will not bo Met Mm to tho angels, but tip like unto. Adam m bis sinless condition before tho condemnation. Tho /curse wilt be removed not ouly from these, but also from their earthly borne, which will then become ns Eden, the garden of the Lord - Paradise restored. Ouc Lord pointed out tlio time of the world's regeneration, In full harmony with St Peter's word3 above cited, saying to his disciples, \In the regen-- era Hon ye that hnvo followed mo shall sit upon twelve -thrones, Judging the twelve tribes of Israel\ (Matthew xlx. 2S>. Tho regeneration time, or resur- rection time, has not yet come; hence the nposties are not upon tho thrones of Israel; but Instead, tho tweive tribes nro still under the Gentile dom- ination, Aud GentUo domination. In Scriptural language, means the times In which Satan 13 the Prince of this world, \Who now worketh in the hearts of tb» children of disobedience.'* Tbo oposllcs are not to sit upon the twelve thrones of Israel until tho Sec- ond Coming of our Lord and tho bind- ing of Satnn and establishing* of the Kingdom; hence tbo llmo ot ncslllu- tion, or times Of Degeneration, for mankind are yet future. When that happy day shall have fnlly dawned It will mean a sweet release of tbe world from tbo power of sin \and death, t o which all but the saintly few nro now In slavery, in the .towtsh order of reckoning time, night came Qrst nnd day afterword, tChus the world has already been passing through a night time of darkness, ignorance^ supersti- tion and sorrow, the results of sin nild death. But tho redeemlnc merits of Jesus have provided the Millennial Day, which will soon bo lixliercd In and chase away forever' llie shadows of sin and death. .No wonder the poet sang, \6 hall happy day That speaks alt 'sorrows ending!'' The Psalmist refers lo tho same glo- rious day. saylue;. \Weeping may en- dulre for n night, hut joy couietli In the morning,\ Hie FOR SALE OR RENT A defflonstration ot this ma- chine will he made in your own home, upon request, ab- solutely FREE ! 13. Grant Gook, 4GENT Bell Phone 174 R-5 I have just received a car of carriages, siirrles and heavy fruit wagons. Must be sold within 30 days to make room for other busi- ness. Here is a chance to buy a high-grade vehicle cheap. Also highest mark- et price paid for live poultry. ff. W, _ SBBRWOdD 317 Park Ave., Medina, N. V. PALL FOOTWEAR BEAUTIES just describes our latest exhibit of fine shoes. The latest shapes, styles and leathers are every- where apparent. But their goodness is not confined to their looks. THEY ARE SHOES OF QUALITY AND COMFORT as well They will otitwciirnny footwear sold at a similar price ami will be comfortable tram the tirst time von put them on R. J. SHEA, 506 Main Street. Real Estate and Insurance F. F. PERRY, Dtreclor FUR TUB Orleans Counts Farmers' \ Mutoaf Insurance Co. Real Estate of All Kinds, OFFICE—Second floor in tlie Downs & Kearney block. Medina, N. Y TOE PICK Of INK ilEHIl li where wo gat your choice roasts and steafcs from. IV* • Wi \piofe 3i tho Hera\ all Iho wsy through with ns. iitiOKS- THING IN OlJB MARKET comoi from tho \pic*; of the herd,\ whether beef, mutton, veal, lnmb, pork o r Anything olio. It's a sstegnnni to pktionUn us and know yon aro certain ot good meat. Tho best at lowest innrkot prices Is our mOtto, and thst'S What jCttll always find at our market. V). I- O'BEIBN. MEQiNA DRY 0OOPS CO* I! MEWl^pf Gim*$ CO, Mail \and Telephone Orders Will Receive Ff4»#* Station iBell Phone 2072 . ; , ffofflfjPhQtie 80-A Good Sewer Work is essential to first-class plumb- ing, AH the iiickcl and tile in the World will not make up for poor sewcf connections. We do good pluiribiiig from the ground up. Ottf Sewer Work is just as honest as .the plumb- ing work which is always in sight. Have you atiy trouble with yonr plumbing? Maybe the sewer connections are not right. We can tell, • MARTIN & CHRISTY ;:ft<iu.263i NOTtfR. I wish to nnnoundo to tlio public thsti about September. 6th I will open a MBttOflANT TAIMJRINU SHOP iu tho Downs & fcownoy bioolt, using tho oolohrntod Strauss Bros.' Iluo of Suits, Ovottost, Rain COais »nd Ksnoy Vesta, Will Mao do profsing, oiesntngr, tepalr- lng. Shall bo only too glnil to itaoot all friends in this now plaoo ot buslnels, siid also heartily loliolto the patronagaot all. CLYMS Hi PoitTBlt. Formerly with llrosdwoy Hat Store, , m • \ i ° Orleans County W. B, T. JJ. It hiia been neoossary to change tho Unto of convention at Medina anniouncoil for Soptombotfid and 8d to Septelnbor 9th and I06h. Plenaa note tlm ohatigo'to a'hnrtilsy and Friday. Soptombor Ot and 10th. '•tho convention Is to bo held Hi \the Bnptlst Ohuroh with MiisRhenaK. Q. Moshor 08 apeakor and help, illsi Moshorta front WostOeia\.and Is national soorotaiy of Xouitg WomanirBranoH Of w.'0.-Ti.\.rjr». • •'••• }'••', • lis LOY.tr . To homo industrloa-wtiother In tho oafo or at tho homo tnbln AlwaysSirdor •'Modlno\!o8eroam. You know It yon havo ttsod \Medina- oronm that there Is nOno bettor. Wo pack nniiaollvor to atny part ot tho olty, Brlok, ttttti frulH| isrssw- borry, ohooolnto, Walnut and plats oiito loo oroam lees and sherbets made to ordor. Sola-only by lOoal dealers. In stack at W, J. counts, Wtf h. M. NiOHOts,. ' U. J>. OBHUlh'aS, OALtAQnAtl & StmlR. MEDINA CRKAHCOMPANY- We Waitt Your Patronage at the New Drive Barn . SH.000 l>roHt or Better Uan bo made overy year by aii adtlvo man without Intorterlngwttb his rogniar .work raising poiiltry and sq.naba on my CS.K^^ 1 ?^,.Owing to oontliinod ill health I anv obliged to offer same. , , FORSAhkl ' , Ideal looatlon; everything how, Terma liberal. pn, A. BotfsH. Mtf aiaHighlandAVd.,Medina,N.y, ' Having purchased the Gris- wold Drive Bafu we are iii the business to accommodate our patrons and w-e want your patronage. Prices reasonable. Best service, \ Call and be convinced. ** Co, \Warren Ensiacn REAL E9IA.TE 1 have a Hit of faims for sale In Orleans Niagara slid Qeneaeo Counties. All kinds, all-prices, all looallons. Reaidencos In nearly all parts of the villages to stilt all pocket book! from tl.KW to 16,000. Come and see me, lot your wants bo known, and vre will talk It over. Also one of the heat country hotels m \Western Now vori. Compand aco an old resident—a man that will give yon- a siuiaxo deal. Has turns all sites, both moderatoly and highly Improved, frohi ISO to $100Jpo^ aero and up. \xon make no mistake when you deal through Ensign. Boehlih perionally for obolco investment. Also fine building lots' and residences In town. Ono of the best located properties in. tho Village ot Medina at a great tacrlilco as the owner Is leaving town. Tho lot la GS feet front by 230 foot deep, with alloy in the rear. A. fine ten room house double floor In lower put of hottsewlth bolldingpaper betweehtbe npporQoori and quartered sawed d«k- Booms-are finished In polished oakj decorations oh aide walls and ceilings throughout arc 1 novv and rich; line open grate and expen- sive mantel In living room; first olnsa oellat; all modern lmtirovomonts; gas and elcotrlolty with rloh combination llttlnga; a good barn In tlm roar upon tbo alley. Tho entire property can bo bonght, for H.000 and tho house and a quarter of anaoreot land for. HJMO If parky dobs; hot wish barn. The title convoyed fxeo and dear upon easy torhis. Toil should see the property and gb tbTOngh 16 In order to appreciate Its worth, Como ana see mo or drop nro a postal and I will call and seo \yon. SttQRE C3L>QS^& MOKP^X-^BQJei D^T V it We don't merely claim that \Cadet'* hosiery Is the best on the market We show WHY and GOARANTEE every point of superiority to make goo4 when it comes to wear. «<Cadet\ Hhen is spliced Into yarn used In knitting knees, heels and totis* Perspiration is a frequent cause of holes In the toes # a>id heels of stockings. \Cadet\ heels and toes will not rot because Its linen Is proof against the cause. :25c a Pair New Fall Dress ams On special table in center aisle you will find our first showing of New Fall Ginghams in an ex- elusive showing of styles. Included in the lot are checks, stripes and plaids s.ttch as are not found among the ordinary kinds. We call particular atten- tion to the new shades of green. 12 I•£ and IScyd. New Flannelettes At lOoa yard we are show- ing aflanaelctte\27 inches wide of good quality in a wide range of patterns. At I2%c a yard we have n flannelette which in appearance resembles Scotch 3?lannel. It is particularly destcable for waists and children's dresses. Very Special for Friday and Saturday: Ladies'Vests 7 l-2c Each A special purchase enables us to place on sale forty dozen Ladies' Fine Bleached Richalicti Ribbed Vests, low neck and sleeves trimmed with fine mercerized tape. A few in size G but mostly size 5. Not over six to our ' customer. Light Shirting Prints Sc a yd. Best quality shirting prints in small neat patterns. Friday and Sntnrday 5c yd Ladies' Collars 1-2 Price Odd lot Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars, Regular- pru-c 25e cflch. Fridayand Snturdny 2 for 25c Medina Dry Goods Co, W. G. WHITNEY, M*natfer - Residence Phone, 27. •Ml Main Street, 2851 For new idea* in modern sanitaty plumbing pyjeunialic water suppty for our country homes, which\ aye just as weli able to have all thi) modern conveniences as our city friends. Electric or water pumping outfits for Our city friends. Heating hy high or low pressure steam, Hot water With either open tank or Honeywell system. A. E REYNOLDS /&&7tf^ssEssama 3HWS3S3FZM*% >i faPtiOlAL 6RAN6E STORE OF VESTERK MW YOfiK ^ •-\\\\ _ - . ... . .— Metal Beds at Toroato National Anj.30tk-Sept.flth «n N R v *t.7o Via Buffalo, I^qokpoi't and Roch- ester By. Co.j International By,Co. audStcanifer Argyle. Loavo Medina 7.03 a, ni, Arrive Toronto 11.16 a. rn, boavo Toronto7.00 p.m. Arrlvo Medina 13 03 a.'Wj. Inquireiptlooal agent tor pariloalars. low Prices »».. * • •H»7lil t: -\^-.aSlW* ' liW,» li i ft,' 1 Probably nbdollection we have ever offered con- | gained .such extraordinary values and'such a variet> ^ of patterns in Brass arid Iron fieds. More than 30(' I] samples ranging in price from $1,98 to $85-00 to sekc: ,, frorn. H \You are siire to be Suited ki both, price and quali'c « at either pi\our two stores. N .. , ., 't • , ,. r ' WEK & FISHER CO. | <*_ ; ROCHRSTER, N.-Y-- • ] OiSTEQlPATgY D E. HBEBKttT A . THAiBRl iTt^HEI,E» RiTHAVEK. OateopatnloFliysloiana .. , oOB-Biq.GrsBlWJBiag,. h(«hest()r,S. V. ,Ht A.Thay6h Medina,Tuesday sod TSidsy.' •Helen. E.' Thayer, 3Ie41U»i r Wjsan(isilay and (/ Saturday, ' •-'\ STAPE-0B'NEW\EOiSKr , ' j.. ORGANS' OOUSTY j. S3 ' .Sotlbo is hereby gWen that thoiaiaoa of thirty-six (08) persons will bo drawn at thin fS? B - ,1?-,-,?*^T. September third, .looa.nt 111 o'clook a.m., to Sorvo ns trial ^hold-at'the Court HonaOi.iii Albion, N, V,, • pntboadtliotSBptShibiirno*.\.\'•\• ' •'..-?.••' | Cti'9-3 . 'H,p,,3ABTl,ETT ( .0terlC( . STATES tie iiwff\ font, 'ss. Oottinc'y 6> l on*E*i?s - > . . NotfcoJsaeJcby given ilint «J'° \™;\ti.°- t\v-Onty.fottr (Stipcrsoni.wlllbo drawo at i office *•On Jriday, \ Sootembar 111>r lM6i stlO o\«166fc a\'* « %*™™ \.. ,ri lurora, at « term of .the SW\.\ 1 ,?.,^,. , Id bo'hold;,falantUofcthoOounW »' the M» at: «iO\ HoittOhi\. Albion, oil tne ' *E^f \W^^^AitTLfiW. dark.

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