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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 September 1902

Black Hair "I have used your Hair Vigo tnr five veara and am preatlv pleased with It. It certainly re- I 1 STOICS llio UIIKIIIU1 wui i ' ! hair. It keeps mv hair soft." Mrs. HelenKilkenny.NewPortland.Me. Ayer's Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years, and it never fails to do this work, either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling, for keeping your scalp clean, and for making your hair grow. 11.09 a bottle. All drttKUtf. If Tour dmnKtRt cjinnt atintdy you. send us onu titular and wo will express you ft bottle. He mire and elre the name vi your nearest exi-res otm-e. Address, Headache ? Appetite poor? Bowels con stipated? It's your liver I Ayer's Pills are liver pills. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use Buckingham's Dye 50ct of druggitteorR. P Kill & Co , N.ihul.N.H YOU'LL BE 50KRY WHEN IT RAINS YOU DONT HAVE THE CENU1NB dsd! CLOTHING KEEP YOU DRY! MADE FOR WET WORK, IN BLAfK AND YELLOW SOLD BY ALL RELIA...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 September 1902

AUG H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCON NELLS BURG, next SATURDAY afternoon and EVENING, 20. Everything in this BigStore must be closed out. No one need fear to buy at these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. TIONH mnuranHMnaaminHnHa Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Mrs. Albert Stoncr is visiting friends in Rod ford. Robert Shimer aud Rush Jack son of this place, went to Altooua Tuesday, where they have so cured employment. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Daniels of lower Thompson, spent Monday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn B. liunyan. The Safety razor that you get for 110 Honest John Tags is worth fully $2.00. George W. Keisuer is in the eastern cities this week purchas ing new stock for the fall and win ter trade. Mine host of the Washington Uouse is having the shingle roof removed from his hotel aud a slate roof put on. A guaranteed watch free for 85 Honest John Tobacco Tags and 10c. postage. Harry Peck will leave for his home iu Pittsburg in a few davs after ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBUKG, PA.. SEPTEMBER 25, 1902. NUMBER 2. FULTON COUNTY. First Election for Offiicers In Mc Coiincllsbuiu, Taylor, Thomp son, ami Tod. McCoNNELLSIlUHG. Tho first election held for offi cers for the borough of McCon nellsburg, after the formation of Fulton county, was held in the old stono school house which stood in what is now the Presby terian graveyard, on the third Friday of March 1851. William Hoke was judge of election; Jacob Hoke aud William Furry inspect ors, and Wm. C. McNulty and David Hughes, clerks. The records give the names of the men who were candidates for the various offices, but strangely enough, does not give the name of the offices. Jeremiah W. Porter, 47; James B. Leo, 53. George Kreighbaum, 41; John R. Smith, 58. George Downs, 48; Franklin S. Dofibaugh, 52. James Cooper, 48; George Tut wiler 51. William Keyser 46; John Mc Cormick, 46; John Zook, 53; Sam uel Alexander, 53. t David Colesmith, 47; Isaac Di volbiss, 46; James Downes, 46; Elias Da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

BLUEJACKETS IN CHARGE Escorting tbe Colombian Soldiers to the Isthmus. ADDITIONAL MARINES TO BE SENT. Secretary ol the Navy Sends Instructions to Commander McLean Any Transportation el Troops Contravenlnf the Provisions ot the Treaty With Columbia Must Not Be Sanctioned. Colon, Columbia (By Cable) Two trains, flying American flag, one closely following the other, started for Panama in the afternoon. In the first train was an armored car carrying a quick-fire Colt gun and 25 bluejackets, who arc acting as an escort to a thou sand Colombian soldiers. The second train carried a similar number of blue jackets, escorting soldiers' wives and guarding a quantity of Colombian war material, guns, ammunition, etc. No answer has yet been received to Com mandcr McLean's communication to General Herrara. The British war ship Retribution has just arrived at Colon. AN EMERGENCY FORCE. Sli Hundred Marines Will Be (lathered at Norfolk, Va. Washington (Special). Secretary Moody has finally decided to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

"A NARROW ESCAPE" Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Wonierful Indeed If tin Man ol Salvation For Ibe Sinner, Yet Etceedingly Simple Trust Him Who Promises to Save. New York City. W following reada wi and helpful aermon in by the Kev. Dr. T Wilbur Chapman, the best known evan gelist in the country and one of the most oopular pulpit orator, of New York. It f. entitled AA Narrow Escape." and was preached from the text, "How .hall we Scape, if we neglect ao great salvation? Hebrews 2: 3. , The wonder of wonders in th worm ta the plan of salvation for the sinner through Jesus Christ. It is so wonderfal that the man with the greatest mind the world has ever known has never yet been able to think his way through it, and at the same time it is so simple that the wnallpit child in your home can appreciate enough of it to be saved. The first chapter of Hebrews presents to ns the dignity of Christ. He is at the right hand of God; He is better than the an gels; when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. SEPTEMBER 23. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIlVgHTISlNQ HATCH. Per square of line .1 time It SO. Per square eneh sultsequent lusertlon.... ho. All advertisements Inserted for leas than three months charged by the square. 8 dkw, rtmos. 1 yr. Otie-'ourtbToiiTio 1 ft. . rj"-Jii V.j Ki 00" Cno-half column as.no. I 40.00. w oo "m Ctilumn 40.i. W 00. 7f00 N'olhfuff Inserted for less than 11. Professional Card one year THE CONFESSION OF DAVID LEWIS THE NOTEIl HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. I was born in Carlisle, in the county of Cumberland, on the 4th day of March, Anno Domini 17(J0, of poor parents, of respectable connection, but whose precarious means of subsistence and conse quent devotion of their time to satisfy the more urgent necessi ties of life, left them little leisure to pay that atteution to a numer ous family of children which is at all times necessary to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Jury List. Names of the men who have been drawn to serve as jurors at October term of court, of Fulton county to be held at McConnells burg beginning Monday October Oth 1902. GRAND JUUOKS. Ayh. David L. Keefor, David Morton, Holt Glenn, Aaron Mor gret. Belfast. David Harr, Bennet Truax, A. M. Garland, Nathan H. Mellott. Hhush Cheek. JacobWinters. Licking Ckkek Thomas Hock ensmith, James A. Sipes, Lewis Ii. Mellott. M 'Con n ellsuuhg B r uce S to ner, C. B. Stevens. Taylor. J.L. Kesselring.RJ. Fields. Thompson. Jesse B. Snyder. Tod. James Uenry,Henry An derson. Union. Alfred Hendershot, Dallas Lashley. Wells. S. C. Denisar, Jacob S. Black, Amon G. Edwards. PETIT JURORS. Ayr. John Truax, Ellsworth Ileudershot, Conrad Glazier, Jr., Jacob Mellott. Belfast. Jacob S. Hill, II. H. Deshong, John Garland, Clayton Deshong, Levi Mellott. Bethel. Grant Bernhart, Clyde Andrews, Lemuel Mellott, William Yonker. Brush Creek WilliamHanks, G. H. Schonck, G. B. Mc. Diehl. Duhlin. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

YESTERDAY. It in not far to yesterday, Anil there we turn our eye Jo where the gonct, glad memories In plensing picture rise. The faded roses of to-dny (irow red and rich with dew, And where (riay cloud- are spreading nowr We see the skies of blue. Just down the wny in yesterday There sunshine always beams; To-dnv we close our eyes and see Our yesterday in dreams; To-dnv we hear the Ion -dead sort?. And now we understand flu cadence, and know why it made Our yesterday all jtrand. II- FOR LOVE OF a :&!: A Love Story. - Kfi(!IE COVSINS nnd Muu- j Ly rice Blount bad been close I friends as long as the former i could remember. In easting mental glances back across those years of affection nnd close union be tween them I often wondered what had prompted their Intimacy in the llrst place. Blount was some five years older than Cousins, being n staid, rather matter-of-fact man of thirty at the time when fate threw the two friends Into i!ie constant society of Monica and Maudie Flnlay, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

Cur For Afttani. fnfferort from Asthma, Hay Poror or BronoMtls will bo Interested to learn that Dr. R. Bohlffn""1"'' "Asthma Cure" instant ly relleyoJ the most violent attack, lnsnrei comiortablo sloep and has effected euros In thousands ot eases that liad provlonsly tried srery other remedy In vain. No waiting for results. Its action Is Immediate, direct and tertain. Bo firm Is his confident that th doctor requests this jiaper to announce that be has sent to druggists of this town, as well as to all other druggist! in this coun try, sample paokagos of his remedy, whloh will bo given froe to sufferers of above com plaints, who apply promptly, thus offering an opportunity to such as have not yet tried the romedy to make a personal test which will convtnoe the most skeptical. Persons falling for any reason to reeelv a sampls package from their druggist will rccoivo one free by mall by sending name and address (enclosing 3 eont stamp to! postage) to Sr. B. Schiffmann, Box 814, St, Paul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 September 1902

AUCTION? ? H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, next SATURDAY afternoon and EVENING, 27. Everything in this BigStore must be closed out. No one need fear to buy at these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. AUCTION? 1 i Brick for sale at Morton's yard. W. F. Stouteagle took in Patti son Day in Everett last week. When you pay 25c. for some thing you can get for a dime, you are 15c. out of pocket. Just so with "Peerless PHls" which costs you 10c. and are as good as auy. Mrs. George Wilson of Fort Littleton called at the News of fice while in town last Thursday. Uude Jake Miller of Burnt Cabius was among the visitors to the County Seat Tuesday. Foley's Honey and Tar is pecu liarly adapted for chrouic throat troubles and will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness and all bronchial diseases. Refuse sub stitutes. All dealers. Mrs. B. F. Shives and Mrs. Kate Uess of Laurel Ridge spent Tuesday in town. Mr. Henry B. Huston and his daughter Mrs. Joseph A. Ches ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

iflk Ccwwfig 0m VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSHURG, PA OCTOHER 2, 1902. NUMHEU 3. DAVID LEWIS. The Noted Highwayman an J Counterfeiter. (Onntlminri from last week.) My mind being much agitated by alternate hopes and fears, I was unable at the time to fix upon any ultimate course of conduct. The prospects of my escape en grossed my whole attention, and iny greatest anxiety was to reach the destined place of my retreat by the nearest way. In doing this I was under the necessity to cross the race, which supplies with wa ter the mill below. Running at full speed and en deavoring to clear the stream at oue leap, my foot slipped and I fell against a rock which project ed from the opposite bank. As soon as I recovered myself from this mishap which was attended witli no other consequence than a slight sprain of one of my ankles, I proceeded in my flight as speed ily as I could and arrived at the mouth of tho Cave'just as the set ting sun was shedding its last beam upon the waters of the wind ing Cono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

PRESIDENT UNDER KNIFE Undergoes a Second Operation on tbe Abscess of His Left Leg. THE BONE SLIGHTLY. AFFECTED. Or. Ncwloo N. Shaffer, of New York, Wat Called la Consultation and lb Operatloa Was Performed By Dr. Rlxey, Audited By Drs. Lunf, O'Reilly, Urle aod Stilt. It was Foaad That the Bona Wai Effected. Washington, D. C. Special). An other operation was performed Sun day on the abscess of the left leg of the President. In the former operation a simple needle was used to relieve the trouble, but this time the surgeons with a knife made an incision into the small cavity, exposing the bone, which was found to be slightly affected. The President's case has been pro gressing satisfactorily, but it is believ ed by the physicians that the further operation made will hasten his com plete recovery. While none of the doc tors is willing to be quoted, they give the most positive assurances that there is not the least cause for alarm, and say that on the contrary there is every indication o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

t - 'INSANE FROM SIN" Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. The Effect ol Wronr-Dolni Cpoa the Mind Sell Indulgence Ruin Men, , Sell Denial Makes Them. New York City. The Itcv. Dr. J. Wil btir Chapman, the most popular of our pulpit orators, hail never preached a more dramatic nnd powerful sermon than the following on, entitled "Insane From Sin." It is founded on the teTtt. "In the tombs, crving and cutting himself with stones. Mark S: 8. You n.-e doubtless familiar with this New Testament chapter in which our Lord is represented as having power over devils, disease and death. Over devils when He cast out the evil spirits from the man in the tombs, finding enough in him to till a herd of swine, and enough swine to fill the sea, as an old preacher used to say; over disease when He healed the woman who had faith enough to touch His garment's hem, and power over death when He stands nt the home of Jairus nnd commnnds his little daughter to awake nnd restores her...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. OCTOBER 2, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ' AllVEHTlSIO RATBH. Per square of linen 1 time II J. rer sguarc each subsequent Insertion.... W. , All advertisements Inserted for leu than three monllis charted by the square. 3 moH. r."iK.iio7 . . ivoo. .. 4o.no. miM, I I yr. IJo.ob. Ho.oo 40.00. so.oo ra.oo. v.oo One-fourth column. One-hnlf column tine Column Nothinu inserted forlesa than II. lro(ossionul Cards one year V. Till: COM FSSION OF DAVID LEWIS THE MOTKI) HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from First PiiKe.) txk my departure about four o' clock in the morning, -without bid ding adieu or returning thanks to my landlady, of whom I began to entertain suspicious thoughts and recall to mind the many stories I had heard of "poisoned cheese," and "colt sausages." Afterwind ing my way for some distance through the woods, I ascended the top of the Blue Mountains...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. CHINAMAN TOl'SY-TURVEY. A London paper relates that a corporal of the Italian troops which roturned last week from China gives the following suc cinct enumeration of the chief dif ferences between a Chinaman and a European: "Whoa a Chinaman meets you" says the corporal, "he shakes his own hand instead of yours. When he walks with you he never keeps pace. He puts on his hat in salu tation. He puts whiting on' his boots instead of blacking. When on horseback he holds the reins in his stirrups instead of his fin gers. His compass points to the south. Girls wear trousers and the men petticoats. Ho throws away tho pulp of a melon and eats the pips. He smiles when he receives bad news to deceive the evil spirit. He gives up the left as the place of honor. He thiuKs it most polite to ask a per sou's age. Finally, his favorite gift to his father and mother is a coflin." Jury List. Names of the men who have been drawn to serve as jurors at October term of court, of Fulton...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

"I'M COINC When you've set your head to do it, When your jmlirmrnt ssy you're richt, When your conscience kivcs it sanction, Then pitch in with all your might. Don't let anything prevent you. Though the otUU ecem big and strong; Every obstacle must vanish As the swift days roll along i If you set your jaw ami say: ' "Well, I'm going to, anyway!" What's this life that we are living, Cut a mighty hurdle race? Every obstacle encountered Makes you quicken up your pace Till, with mighty bound triumphant, You eome safely to the goal You had toiled for, you had longed f In the centre of your soul. When you set your jaw to say: ' "Well, I'm going to, anyway!' A HEROINE How She Entertained E rWAItn LESLIE klsiiod his wife fondly when she ran to Xthe door to welcome him home reached their cozy kitchen he dropped wearily Into tho easy chair by the lire nnd rested his head upon hi? hand, lie was tlmd after a long day's work, with nothing but a couple of buns to stay the Inner man tired nmlv.-or...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

STEPPED OFF TO MEET HER. Amusing Incident Told by Loulsvllla Courier-Journal. Sunday nen th8 excursion train from Paris filled with negroea bound for the camp meeting, reached this city. yB the L0"'811'9 Courier journal, It passed the station and weDt through CyntHlnna at the rate of about twenty-Are mllea an hour, the Idea being to lceep the crowd on board until the arrival at the grounds at the Falmouth pike crc-tlng. Just before reaching Pike street a negro man Jumped from the train. Of course, the momentum of the cars carried him along at a terrific pace. His body was going so fast that his legs could not possibly keep up, but they made a valiant effort to do so, and such a llcklty spllt a negro never cut before. He galloped across the gut ter at Pike street . at tremendous (peed, barely missed a telephone pole, n into the nlr. turned a couule of somersaults, and landed all in a heap in the middle of the street. His ,-oo wr as bin as saucers and seem ed to pop out. As he slowly ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 October 1902

AUG 'TVFkTO Q HQ H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, next SATURDAY afternoon and EVENING. Everything in this Big Store must be closed out. No one need fear to buy at these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. The condition of V. II. IIoss docs not seem to be improving. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents puounioniii. Take no substitutes. .Mr. and Mrs. George B. Mel ott of t'i',s place spent a few days during the past week with friends in Belfast tow r ship. No danger of consumption if you use Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough. Mr. and Mrs. J. Findlay John ston aud family of the Cove, ac compauied by A. W. Johnston, Jr. are visiting friends in the western part of the state. You will be its friend always if you feed your stock "Peerless Horse & Cattle Powder. It could not be made better and costs you only 10c. a pound pack. Edward V. Mellott of Belfast township, was in town last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

0111 AW VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSIiURG, PA., OCTOUER 9, 1902. NUMBER 4. SLOAN-TROUT NUPTIALS. l.vtning Wedding In the Presby. terian Church. One of the most delightful so cial events of the season was the marriage, on Wednesday evening October 2, 1902, at the Presbyte rian church in this place, of Mr. W. Logan Sloan of Buffalo, N. Y., and Miss M. Eloise Trout, daugh ter of Mrs. E. C. Trout near town. ' When our reporter entered a few minutes before 8 o'clock, he found the brilliantly lighted audi torium well filled with relatives and friends of the contracting parties. A huge pyramid of flow ering plants capped by a mam moth calladium, occupied the al tar place. The organ platform was a perfect bower of evergreen i.ud the "amen" corner to the left of the pulpit had received its ; hare of attention from the deco rators. The wedding party was in the Sunday school room at the rear c.f the auditorium. Just before the clock struck 8, the thrilling i.otes of Lohengrin were waft ed from the org...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

THE PLAN IS REJECTED lot Operators Say They Will Never Yield to Strikers. THE CONFERENCE IS A FAILURE. Itlae Owners Declare Thai Aoarchy Prevails la Pennsylvania -President Mitchell Will, lag to Submit the Entire Controversy to the President to Be Adjusted by Arbitration Throaga a Commission. Washington, D. D. ( Special). TVcm lent Roosevelt is satisfied tlui the coal (trilce is not to be settled through an ippeal to the humanity and patriotism f those responsible for the present in olerablc condition. The conference between the Fresidcnt ind the representatives of the contend ing forces has been concluded without a icttlemcnt or promise of a settlement by the action of those to whom the Prcsi Jrnt made his appeal. The "captains cf tapital" and the "captain of labor" were brought face to face in the presence of Jie chief Executive at tlie temporary (Vhite House and cnllcd upon to ;.; tsidc their personal differences in the in west of the whole country. Mr. John Mitchell, on behalf o...

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