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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 March 1902

Afar and near us. if t sound of belli , Thf ear a throbhino, from sra to With thf passionate Innll ol a sonq The olom that was. and that is fchoina swert. over wilds and dells ' FromTower and steeple from slree From lonety villapes nestled down : At the tool" of the mour.Io.in rouqr ;Ah' the wilderness blossoms to din 5P ''" ine neam mean aeseri is qiaa aq∈ And roses Uoom where the bramb es orew The earth has forgotten her net and pain ;ln this benediction ot Heavtnu calm' ' Hark1 tlo&linp, out on the listening air .The myriad cadences ot prayer, Praise arid ritual, chant and psalm, Swellmo Ine world-wide Easier-son That dies, ineidream, the clouds amoni! $ i ne mm uocnm s mission An Easter By Mrs. F. M. HE luilt Cochin was thy envy of the fowls In the yard. A young thine, the belnted product of n late batching, yet she towered above the other heus, and her feathers were thick and glossy aH a maiden's hair, and of such a brilliant, beautiful buff. The buff Cochin lu-nrd t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 March 1902

Handed Him Uh. "'Say, pa." 'Well?"1 "I thought yon said if a boy would always mind his parents he wouldn't get into trouble." "Vcj. my boy, I did say so, and I hope you will always bear it in mind. Give heed to what your parents tell you to do and what they tell you not to do and you will live to be a Rood man. Never dis obey your parents and barm cannot reach you. The boy who always docs as his father tells him to do need never fear that evil will overtake him, and " "Sav. pa, here's a poem alxutt a boy that stood bn n burnin' deck because his pa told him not to go. Just read it and jthrn tell me some more about harm never comin' to boys that always do what their parents say they have to." hlntorlo Mamma. A returned tourist who spent two weeks at Matanzas, where the monitor Puritan's 12-inch shell killed a mule on April a7, l8r;8, says that he visited El Cumbre, a short distance from the city, and there was reminded of an incident in American history with which he was entirely unfa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 March 1902

Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Paper and Border the same price at G. M. Bolt's.Hancock.Md. Peerless Liver Pills are ten cents a bottle; worth three times that much. G. M. Belt has the largest line of Wall Papers south of N. Y. All 1902 stylos. Miss Nora Dickson, of Media, is visiting Miss Lois A. Caldwell of this place. Go to G. M. Belt, Hancock, Md., for you r Wall Paper. Paper,3c per roll, up; Borders, 3c per roll, up. Mrs. Nancy McQuade and daughter Ella, of Altoona, are visiting friends here. 5 "Honest John" Plug Tobac co Tags and 3c will secure you a valuable knife. Ask your Mer chant. Miss Aunie B. Frey is in Phila delphia this week buying stock for her spring millinery trade. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. At all dealers. Miss Maggie Unger who has been spending several months in the East, left Chambersburg Monday for Colorado Springs, Colorado. Your merchant will give you free a dime's worth of "Honest John" Plug for 12...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 March 1902

' Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Paper and Border the same price at ft. M. Belt'8,Hancock,Md. Peerles9 Liver Pills are ten cents a bottle; worth three times that much. G. M. Belt has the largest line of Wall Papers south of N. Y. All 1902 styles. Miss Nora Dickson, of Media, Is visiting Miss Lois A. Caldwell of this place. Go to G. M. Belt,Uancock,Md., for your WallPaper. Paper,3cper roll, up; Borders, 3c per roll, up. Mrs. Nancy McQuade and daughter Ella, of Altoona, are visiting friends here. 25 '"Honest John" Plug Tobac co Tags and 3c will secure you a valuable knife. Ask your Mer chant. Miss Annie B. Frey is in Phila delphia this week buying stock for her spring millinery trade. Foley 's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. At all dealers. Miss Maggie Unger who has been spending several months in the East, left Chambersburg Monday for Colorado Springs, Colorado. Your merchant will give you free a dime's worth of "Uonest John" Plug for 1...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

Jtl!t0!t VOLUME 3. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., April 3. 1902. NUMBER 2 9. faster. Easter morning, here, daw ned mild nud clear, but grew cookr toward noon, nud at 1 o'clock quite a thunder storm occurred. Owing to the absence of Pastor McClos- j ky, there was uo service in the M. j 10. church. The Lutheran people had couiuuiniou in the morniog, j and at the same hour, a special I w:in;t: nun iieiu HI mo Reformed church whicli was nice ly decorated with flowers, and the exercises were partk i( a'ed i 1 by a large number of chrdron who performed their pari, with much credit to themselves. Tim service was in charge of Mr. John A. Irwin, superintendent of tho Sunday school. In the evening special services we;o held m the Lutheran and the Prosbyleriau church, both of which were beautifully decorated and tho exercises very interest ing. Regular services were hold in tho United Presbyterian church morning and evening. Clear Ridge. The Jr. O. U. A. M. council at. this place is in a nourishing con ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

ROOFS FALL ON CONGREGATIONS ttioy Persons Injured in Accident Caused By Wind and Lightning. A PREACHER BURIED IN THE DEBRIS. Tt Storm la and About Pllliburg Was So Terrlllc Thai (lie Tall Spire and Chlra eyt Were Unable to Withstand the Oreal ftrct la One Church Forty People Were tajared Pittsburg, Pa., (Special). One of the fiercest windstorms ever known in this section struck the city just before noon, and did almost incalculable damage to property and injured many persons, some of whom may die from the effects of their wounds. Scores of house were unroofed, many trees were blown down, mill stacks toppled over and telegraph and telephone wires generally disabled. The most serious accident reported up to 9 o'clock was the unroofing of the Knoxville Presbyterian Church, in Knoxville. The church at the time was filled with an Easter congregation num bering about 600 persons. While the minister was in the midst of his ser mon a particularly strong gust of wind blew over a large chimne...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

I CHRISTIAN VIEW OF DEATH Rev. Dr. Talmage Sayi About 1870 Easter Mornings Have Wakened the Earth. Tb Cbirji t tht Black Oliat Root at , the King ol Terrors. f WAsmnOTOif, D. C. The Christian iew of death a the entrance to a fuller life is presented in this Easter discourse ty Dr. Talmage from the text I Cor. xv, 04, "Death is swallowed up in rietory." About 1870 Easter mornings hare wakened the earth. In France for three centuries the almanacs made the year begin at East er until Charles IX. made the year begin at January 1. In the Tower of London there is a royal pay roll of Edward I., on which there is an entry of eighteen pence far 400 colored and pictured eggs, with which the people sported. In Russia slaves were fed ana alms were distributed on Easter. Ecclesiastical councils met in Pontus, in Oaul, in Rome, in Achaia, to decide the particular day and after a con Jtrovenjf more animated than gracious de cided it, and now through all Christen dom in some way the first Sunday af...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

FULTOtf county; news. Published Eve.ry Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELL'SBURG, PA. Thursday, April 3, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIHTISINO RATBH, Por ftquftre of S lines 3 times $1 M. Per mmm each mitwequent Insertion.... fc. A ti advertisement inserted for lens thnn thrro mouUw courted by the squure. it tiiOH. OmoH. I yr. . . avw. 4o.no. Nt oo. .. 40. w. M.tt. 7ft on. One-fourth coin mn.. One-hulf eolinnn Om ('oIuttiii , NothloK InMerted for lew thnn 1, 1'rofCMNlouul Card one year 5. Patronize Your Home Merchants. The following from an exchange is worth thinking about: "Who sympathized with you wheu your liltlo girl was sick the other day? Was it your home merchant or was it Sears, Roebuck & Co.? When you were raising money to buy a site for a new industry for your town, who contributed the most generously to the enterprise John Wanamaker or your home merchant? Who carried you last winter when you were out of a job and .had no money? Was it Mont...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

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Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

FULTON COUN T NEWS. CONDENSED STORIES. " The Bottle of Perfume, the Carpet Sweeper and the Jury. Tlio essence of hospitality is Mr. Hank Smith of.. Michigan when hia couKtittKMit.s come to town. He guides thorn 'about the capitol, in troduces thcni to tho notables in public life, presents them at the White House and sees to it that they receive favorable mention in the newspapers. I'.nt a fond lover of a ood story is this one of tho thrce'Sniiihs from .Michigan, and when he was going the rounds the other day with .Mr. John K. Tlird of Adrian, a leader at the bar in those parts, he could not forego a remi niscence. "J!ird and I were once opposing counsel in a pint growing out of alienation of au"eetion," said Mr. Smith. "J To was attorney for the accused and I for the aggrieved. It developed that the defendant had sent a sweet bottle of perfume to my client's wife, and in tho course of the trial I examined him very closely about that little memento. The defendant assured me he had be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

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Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

A orllx Krent. The most notable event of 'the week will be the wedding of Miss Alice Amy Goldmine and Mr. Heritage Doolittlc. The bride's gown, which is plain but handsome, 'is of unregistered govern ment bonds, with a deep flounce of cou pons. The corsage is of Standard Oil certificates, and the veil of real dividends is caught tip with a large certified check. She will carry a gold-mounted bank book and a bouquet of thousand dollar bills. A special safe deposit vault lias been built for the presents, which, besides the usual dog-collars, necklaces and tia ras, include a gold coal-scuttle from Mrs. Ami limit, a silver hatrack with turquoise pegs from Mr. and Mrs. Splur geon (ietton, and a gold bathtub with diamond toilet appnrtanccs from Mrs. I. M. Itt, a sister of the groom. From' Life. Trustful Wive. The Census Bureau missed a fine chance when it failed to include in its list of impertinent questions to mankind : "When you give money to the partner of your joys, docs she ever loo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 April 1902

Kriek for sale at Morton's yard, Hon. Coo. W. Skinner spent Tupsdny in McConnellsburir. I'aper and Border tlio same in-iceatG.M.lV.lfs.lI.uicock.Md. Peerless Liver Pi'ls uro ten cents a bottle; worth throe times that much. C M. Holt has the largest line of Wall Papers s..uth of N. Y. All 10(12 stylos. P. McNaughton,. Johnston Esq., arrived here from Washington, I). C, Tuesday morning. ' j Foley's Kidney Cure makes kid- ; noy mid bladder right. Don't do- lay taking. All dealers. Go toG. M. Helt.lIancock.Md., for your WalllViper. I 'a per, lie per roll, up: Herders, 25c per roll, up. i The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. All deal ers. 'J." "Honest Johu" i'lug Tobac co Tairs and lie will secure you a valuable knife. Ask your Mer chant. Miss Grace Mosser arrived Tuesday evening from Xewry, Pa., to attend the nuptials of her brother Dr. Mosser. Your merchant will give you ; free a dime's worth of "Honest j John" Plug for 12 Honest John Tag...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., April 10, 1902. NUMBER 30. TIIF. F'l'LTON COt'NTY CAI'ITAI, How McOonnellshtirn Won in the Fight forC.ourt House niui Jail. The following wry interesting arti cle Is from tho pirn of J. 1'. liarron, Ksj., editor and proprietor of "The lilonmiield Democrat," an up-to-date newspaper published at Hloomtiold, Indiana. Mr. liurron, or "Jim" as ho is remembered ly the older folks here, spent part of his early life near IhU place, his father owning the Judge Morton farm east of town. I'.iutoh. Editor Nrcws: I greatly enjoy looking over your paper as it comes to me from week to week. Although nearly hull' a ceutury Las elapsed .since as a boy, I left old McConnellsburg, I see niauy . f.niiily uames that were familiar to me iu the long ago, aud a very low still reinainiug that were my associates in boyhood. My father moved to McConnells burg about tho year 18-17, pur chasing tho old L'asuacht farm ad joining town on the east and north east. The farm is now owne...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

V THREE MEN DEAD, SEVEN WOUNDED Kt Battle With a Sheriff's Posse In Alabama. DEADLY AIM OF WILLIAM REYNOLDS Barricaded Himself la a House and Held t Bay With tlii Winchester a Crowd f a Thousand Men Until He Was Farced Out By Flames From a Neighboring Hons Tuscumbia, Ala., (Special). Three tnen are dead, three mortally wounded and four seriously wounded as the re ult of Sheriff Gassaway's attempt to ar rest "Will" Reynolds a desperate negro. All the casualties, except the death of Reynolds himself, arc the result of the deadly fire of the black desperado with a 45-caliber Winchester ride. The negro in his turn was riddled with bul lets and thrown into a fire. Sheriff Gassaway went to a negro set tlement, "Kinardtown," to arrest Will Reynolds for obtaining goods under false pretenses. The officer was met by the negro, who opened fire with his ritle, wounding the Sheriff, and immediately fired upon the deputy, "Will" Gassaway, who was some 300 yards away, mortally wounding him. la a s...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

HEAVENLY LIFE. Iter. Dr. Taknage Se-ya the Busiest Place In the Universe 4s Heavea. A flUmpse el lb King's Palace Aa tnprta Ira Hall Hear la Etsrslty. WasmNOTOif, D. C In the following discourse, prepared by Dr. Talmage before hie illness, a vivid glimpse of the splen dors and glories of heavenly life is pre cnted: text, Revelation viii, 1, "Ther u silence in heaven about the spare o,' half an hour." The busiest place in the universe ii heaven. It in Iho centre from which all g-)od influences atari; it is the goal al which all good results arrive. The Bible represents it as active with wheels and wings and orchestras find procession! mounted or charioted. But my text de scribes a space when the wheels ceased to roll and the trumpets to sound and the voices to chant. Iho riders on the white horses reined in their charges. The doxol ogies were hushed and processions halted, The hand of arrest wrts upon all the splcn dor. "Stop heaven!" cried an onmipo tent voice, and it stopped. For t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

J. K. JOHNSTON'S Snrina OPEN NO! 4 Your attention is nallpr. to Wnsh Rillrs. Silk Mn,rJrn,Rpq. Silk frinP'Tin.ms. Tiawns in whito n.nrl nolors. Dimities in vhite and colois, Swiss, A job lot of 1000 yards of Cambric and Swiss edgings and insertings from 1 c. a yd. up. 200 SUITS for MEN and B0YJ3; Shoes in all styles, and Hats of the very latest Blocks. Our prices natter the purses of economical buyers. We are trade keepers as well as trade makers. J, K. JOHNSTON. FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. f. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. April 10. 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. Al.VKUTISIJlO KA1BS. IVr sa'ltir.1 of s line 11 lilm'M IVr saint n? .' it'll siih.('iue lit liiM'rllon.... All uilvt'rtS'MTit'Tim insorlotl for less three montus enuixe.l tiy the Rqimre. Ml. th'.iu II inns. ilnnis. I yr. ti.iiirryi.'Ki. in. 01. mi.ho. O'lp-tfiurth .-..hunti . . Omi-hulf 1 u urn .On. Column Iiuw. f00. 7Fi.uO. Vothlntf triHtiriod for Ichm ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

ULTON COUNT Y NEWS. A LITTLE NONSENSE. V Dotlrg Father Gets Some Enlighten roant to Hla Offspring. John Wilson was a thrifty me Imnio with a nice homo, a cheery rife and three children, the Youn gest of whom was a boy named John. rhc t'lti'T Jonn wna a pious uiins- H mil man, wno xried laitntuiiy noc o commit tho Fin of idolatry in his i'celintf f,r ''is son, but it was im iostiljlo. He worshiped tho boy. The young John, then fire years old, wiic a real hoy in all the term'im ,ie. Uii father wan sure lie was 'he bc.t that ever lived, and already 'ic caw him as a man preaching good io nil men, for that was the hope in he elder John's bosom. One day when the father came jack from the chop he brought with lim a pretty tin cup on which was iritten in gilt letters, "To a good ioy." Ho gave it to his son, and he child looked up into his face k nn antrel and sniilerl. Two rlnvs inter as John Wilnon came liomc- vnrd when the day was done he was Milking proudly of his boy who .ould meet him ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

T TT TOTT r w By John THERE Is a certain watering place lo Scotland, oud lu thnt place there Is a winding path which loads to the sea. At the top of the cliff facing that path there is ft house whore boarders are re reived during the summer months that Is the scene ot this story. At the time of which I write nil the occupants of Cliff House were more or loss interested In a little comedy that was being played out In their midst. Comedy or was It tragedy? For a boy of twenty to be fooled nnd led captive by an unscrupulous woman, simply for her own ends, may bo a comedy from the woman's point of view, but it will certainly end ia trag ;dy for the boy. Nevertheless, Hush Cameron being Sis own master nnd alone In the world, til those among whom for the time helng bis lot was cast, waited placidly for tho Inevitable denouement: all save lis hostess, Mrs. Miller, the friend of bis dead mother. In a small sunny room at the back ,if the house Mrs. Miller snt thinking one morning in July. He...

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