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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

SERMON ON "THE DEVIL" Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor Evangelist. Treitf a Forbidden Subject In a Novel Manner Why Men Are Disposed to Laugh at the Piece of Darkness. ' New Yontc Citt. The following reada ble and helpful aermon ia by the Itev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, the beat known evan gelist in the country and one of the moat popular pulpit orntora of New York. It fa entitled The Devil," and was preached from the text "And the Lord aaid unto Satan, Whence comeat thou? Then Satan answered the Lord and aaid. From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it." Job 1: 7. This ia a forbidden subject. We gener ally apeak of him who ia the aubject of my sermon with a smile,' and yet it ia a aub ject with which one ought certainly to be perfectly familiar. We hnve all had some experience with him who is the author of our distress, and who is responsible for every cloud though it be no larger than a ni an 'a hand that has cast itself upon the sky of ou...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

I-'ULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AcCONNELLSBURG. PA. OCTOBER 9. 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIPVUITISINO RATM. IVr o,imrc of H linen 3 times II W. Per Hgunre each Hiibseuuent Insertion.... 50. All advertisement Inserted for lew than three months churned by the aquure. 8 nios. Jfl tnos. 7Si5..T.w." . . iS.W). 40 00. 1 yr. no M.no 7S.0O One-fourth column. One-h:ilf column.... One Coiiniii Nolhine Inserted Tor less than II. rrofe-wtlouttl Cards one year ih. TIIK CONFESSION OF DAVID LEWIS TIIK NOTFIl HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. After leaving Burlington witli my part of the common stock, and fiudins that the Vermouters. were too much like their ances tor! the Yankees, to permit a 'green hand" like me to impose upon their credulity, I considered m3r wisest plan was to make my way into New York and Pennsyl vania, as I knew that in the latter state a great portion of the popu lation consisted of Germans, who while t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. TUB PAKSON'S VACATION. HV LOUIS KISKNHEIS. Oue of oar readers who In fearful that the preachers will not Ret their ,hare of roBHtlnn. ,enrtV u the following with the request that we publish It. nou't be too hard upon them, brother: you kpow we mluht some day feel the need of their aid to save us from Jut what we ure now trying to Indict on them. Editor. The old man went to niootin', for the day was brinht and fair, ' ThoiiRh his limbs wore very totterln', and 'twas hard to travel there; Out he hungered for the gospel, bo he trudged the weary way, On the road so rough and dusty, 'neath the summer's burning ray. Uy und by he reached the buildln', to his soul a holy place; Then he paused, and wiped the swea drops olT his thin and wrinkled face; Hut he looked around bewildered, for the old bell did not toll ; All the doors were shut and bolted, and he didn't see a soul. So he leaned upon his crutches, and he said, "what does it mean ?" And he looked this way and that...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

THe Girl From Gold Gulch. How She Outwitted an BY W. W. rrTHE excursion season was nt I . lta height, fliul the Alaska I liner, Senntor, wns crowded. (T Tlicre were tourist parties from all over the country; gold-seekers of nil Hurts and conditions on their way to the loe fields; Nome Government otll rlals on their regular rounds of lnspec tlon; companies of school tenehers pager to crowd the trip Into their short vacation: the inevitable bridal couples and several family parties, but the girl Train Gold Gulch was traveling nlone. The llrst clay out was so rough that ill the womeu kept quietly out of sight all but the Kill from Hold. Gulch, who rontiiled to the captain that the motion Of I lie ship was not unlike that of n bucking horse, mid that she rather liked it. So. crushing her cap down over her eyes, and buttoning her rag tan close up to her chin, she strode res olutely up ou deck to find herself mon arch of all she surveyed. I'.y the end of the day she had accept rd every po...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

Youthful Intelllffenoe. Two' little urchins were seated one morning in Central Fark, scanning a newspaper which they had picked tip. rrt - - ottra.-tf.r1 tn ft. nafflPTflnh TP- lating to the expedition to the North Pole, and. indulging in boyish theories concerning the JNortncrn enterprise one remarked to the other: "Say. b'U what will they do with tin North Pole when they find it?" "Why, just put it up in Central Park of course," was the ready reply. letter Htllt. "The man who can drive with ont hand is the man for me," announced the ..ir! 1,1 orn fnvlv. "Youre easily satisfied," returned the girl in blue, for my part l prctcr tne man wno bsks me to nrivc. No Hair? "My htlr was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed. I then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and my bair trapped falling t : once." Mr. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, O. The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act ; omptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. If the gray h .irs are beginning to show, Ay...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 October 1902

ION? AUCTION? ? H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, EVERY EVENING THIS Everything in this Big Store must be closed out. No one need fear to these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. WEEK, buy at AD CI Uriel? for sale at Morton's yard. Miss Lydu Pock of Gem, is vis iting her uncle, J. A. Feck at Martiusburg, W, Va. 1 I Foley's Honey and Tar cures 't roughs and colds and preveuts pneumonia. Take no substitutes. Our friend Jere R prowl of Wells wus among those who called TiM'sdry and advanced his sub scription. No danger of consumption if you use Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough. Mrs. Jumes Taylor and daugh ter Miss Etta of llustoutown, spent a day at McConnellsburg last week. You will be its friend always if you feed your stock "Feerless Horse & Cattle Fowder. It could not bo made better and costs you only 10c. a pound pack. Clarence R Trout went back to Philadelphia Monday to enter up on the last year's work of his course in denta...

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. — 16 October 1902

mw. VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.. OCTOBER 16, 1902. NUMBER OCTOBER COURT. Adjourned Thursday Forenoon. All the Old Ciimb Cleaned up. For the first time in several years we have a clean calendar ill the old cases having been dis posed of. As we went to press last week the Road Plow case was being tried. Following is an ab stract of the principal cases. p. C. Austin Mfg. Co., now use t Miss Florence Hanks, vs. The township of Ayr.-In September ri" mi na-ont tor a ruau W. uienn anu and Mrs. Thrasher, another sis ter, by some arrangement with John W., surrendered the note, Sarah taking her individual note for her share in the note, to wit, $700. The other heirs of Miss Hepzibah, not being satisfied with this arrangement, letters of ad ministration were granted to Miss Elsie Greathead, a niece, who instituted suit against John W. for sum due Hepzibah.. In the second suit, Miss Sarah for several months prior to her death lived in the home of John W. Greathead, and during her residence th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 October 1902

MORGAN MAY END STRIKE Secretary Root'a Report to President Roosevelt. ANOTHER MOVE FOR ARBITRATION. sported (hat President Cannatt. of the Penn sylvania, Will Assist la Bringing About Settlement. The Operator Likely to Sooo Aanoanc Concession of so Advance lo Wages. New York (Special). There are strong indications that the settlement of (he coal strike is in sight Both the President and the administration leaders In Washington are confident that the next 12 hours will see important devel opments and that there will be an end si the strike before Sunday. Secretary Root called on the Presi dent and told him some important facts. First. J. P. Morgan is working to end the strike, in connection with A. J. Cas satt, president of the Pennsylvania Rail road. , Second. There will he no settlement with, or account of, politicians, whether they are Governors, Senators or of lower degree. Third. Morgan acknowledges that soldiers cannot make the strikers go back to work, nor will their presence ...

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. — 16 October 1902

r "ANGELS' VISIT" Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, (he Noted Pastor Evangelist. A Beautiful Lesson Drawn From the Ptalta Written la Memory of the Wilderness WonderlnfS Angela Guardians. New Yonrc Citt. The following beau tiful and uplifting sermon is by the Hev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapmnn, the bent known evangelist in the country and one of the most popular pulnit orator of New York. It if entitled "Angels' Visit," and waa preached from the text, "He nhall give Hia angels charge over thee to keep thee in all thv waya." Psalm PI: 11. The writer of thin Psnlm la undoubtedly Moses. We shall Appreciate its strength and beauty all the more when we realize th.1t it was written in the memory of the wilderness wanderings. In these verse we find that Moses apcaka of victory in every sort of trial. Things hidden and seen are to be overcome and influence! most insidious as well as trials that are most abundant and powerful would be as nothing because of the fact that the Lord is the leader of them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. OCTOBER 16, 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. A)VKHTDilHl RATW. Per Mqintru of line time ft W. I'er MUure each subsequent Insertion.... to). All Advertisement Inserted for len than three munthA ohanred by the square. 3 num. 6mon. I yr. . .ivno.Tmou71no.(o . . a'.vu 40.no. Mi on .. lo on. Ni.oa 7s.oo One-fourth column. One-reiif column.... One Column Vott-.iiu Inserted for less thnn II. I'Tofosslonjil Curds one year IS. THE HAPPIEST FOLKS. Brother Gates of Wall street lost three millions in a day, An' he jest don't feel like sinpin' hal- lelulu on the way : An' I'm feelin' sorry fer him, whilst I'm glvin' him my views The folks that keep the happiest they ain't pot much to lose ! They never lay awake o' nights an' wnteh the weary clocks Afear's that ever' tick they hear but times the fall of stocks : They never, when the mornin' comes, are 'feared to read the news Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. THK CONFESSION OF DAVID LBWIS THE NOTKO J1GHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. Shortly after she awoko from this refreshing slumber, we pre Dii veil to commence our journey mew, and continued with a slow ,ut constant gait, through circu itous bye-roads and unfrequent ed paths, until we reached Alba ny in the evening just as the city clock had struck seven. Not for getting the promise of marriage 'which I had contracted in the most solemn manner, and made uudor circumstances that re quired more hardihood of villainy to break than I possessed at the worst period of my life, I imme diately bespoke of the lanlord of the house at which we put up a piivato apartment, and went in search of a minister, who soon made his appearance and per fumed the ceremony in a mean aud shabby tavern at the extrem ity of Stato street. As soon as the services were over I prepar ed to pay the minister his fee, and having mixed my good aud bad money together, I unfortu nately presented him, through...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 October 1902

THE QUIET MAN I lingered o'er a checker game a night or two aw; Th one who played agtinut me seemed to have no aoixt ot show: I hid it bunch of lusty kiritfs thnt strutted All alwut And bullied my opponent' men, who dared not venture out. 'Way over in a corner shrunk a timid lit tle man Who staid rinlit in his station ever iiir.ee the (rime beirnn. ITc watched my crowned heads marching by with banner and with song, And Deemed to be discouraged over stand ing "till no long. Hut prettv noon an owning occurred two blocks away. And not another moment did that little fellow t;iy. He bonded o'er tlia honrd nnd tool; three kiri);. in one t'e'.l swoop, Then l-n!cil in my ki:i- iow with a wild, ivsUtiv: wh.iop. Circumstantial Evidence. 52s: THE Car.'ws had quarrelled. There was no duuht about it. A prolonged ill of "milks" in i tliiUi'd In by Mrs. Curew l.e ?ause Iter InisbaJd bad forgotten a er tnln commission she hud charged lili-k with hud (ulmlnatPd In verbal wari'nre following thp remov...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 October 1902

k. Wa InoflTnlnt. A countrywoman entered a general tore in Townnrta, this State, and ex panded a l'"'1 of ro11 b",,cr ,or. Kr.occr iej and hoiifchold articles includine; a aree box of matches. 'I he following lav she returned, and, piittniR the iratchcj on the counter, complained that they were no good that she toiildm strike them. "Queer!" commented the storekeeper. "We use 'cm altogether, and have no trouble." Then he took three or four from the box, scratched them one after an other on his trousers, easily produced t light, and then assured her the matches were all right. "Mcbbe they be," she replied; but I ),ave too much to do to walk three miles here and back whenever I want light for the sake of striking the matches on your trousers I" An Annual Occurrence There was a wordy row in the next flat, and by force of habit we rubber up the areaway. "I tell you, John Skinner," yells Mrs. Skinner, "I must have a new fall hat, lir! There is nothing left of my last fall hat but the fram...

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. — 16 October 1902

AUCTION? AUCTION! ? H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, 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 fur sale at Mortou's yard Miss F;uiuie Hess and Miss Kate Smith of Belfast township spout last Thursday iu town. E. N. Palmer of Everett visited his niece Mrs. J. W. Lake at Pleasant Ridge a few days ago. Foley's Houey and Tar cures coughs aud colds and preveuts pneumonia. Take uo substitutes. Frank Rauek of Bethel, tools a day or two oil and visited the Ouiuty Seat last week. No danger of cousutuptiou if you use Foley's lloney aud Tar to cure that stubborn cough. Rev. and Mrs. George M. Shinier aud family were here last week. You will be its friend always if you feed your stock "Peerless Horse & Cattle Powder. It could not be made bette) and costs you only 10c. a pound pack. Mrs. S. S. Diehl of Whips Cove spent a day or two among her MeCo...

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. — 23 October 1902

VOLUME 4. McCOXNELLSllUUG, PA.. OCTOHMt 23, 1002. NUMBER 0. THE DEATH ANGEL. Persons Who Have Been Sum moned to the Othr World.' WILLIAM H. HESS. William II. Hess, one of Thomp son township's best known citi zens, died at the home of his sister-in-law Mrs. Elizabeth Hess, Monday morning, October 20, 1)02, aged 53 years, 7 months aud 0 days. Mr. Hess had been an invalid for several years, and had travel ed extensively with the hope of regaiuiug his health ; but disease had fastened itself too firmly up on his, a naturally weak constitu tion, and medical skill seemed only of avail in prolonging the length of life. Funeral occurred on Tuesday irtorning, and his remains were interred by the side of those of Lis parents, brothers and sisters who had preceded him, at Tonol oway Baptist church. MKS. OMEIiT PEIGHTEL. Mrs. Omert Peightel died of consumption at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stotlcr, in Seward, 111., on Thurs day October 9, 1902, aged 21 yrs. si ml days. She was u...

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. — 23 October 1902

RACE RIOT IN ALABAMA Rcifa of Terror Prevail in the Town ol Birmingham. ELEVEN ARE NOW REPORTED KILLED. Nefroet Capture a Powder Magazine amd Are la Complete Possession ol tbe Towo They Outnumber tbe Whites Ten to One Special Trail With Sheriff and Deputies Rushed to the Scene of the Conflict. Birmingham, Ala. (Special). A race riot is in progress at Littleton, 25 rnilcs from Birmingham. The sheriff and 10 deputies left on a special train from this city. It is reported that three white men and eight negroes have been killed and that the negroes arc heavily armed. The number of wounded has not yet been ascertained. The negroes in the place outnumber Ihe whites ten to one and are in com plete possession of the town. The ne groes have captured a powder maga zine belonging to n coal company. They have entrenched themselves and are strongly fortified. A reign of ter ror exists. The news of the riot was received in Birmingham at 10 p. in., and one lmur later Sheriff Burgin and the 10 depu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 October 1902

THE HOLY GHOST. Saoday Discourse by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor Evangelist. Shows How the Holy Ohost i the Christian Helper Beyond All Others It the Lite . ol the Church. yr.vr Voiik City. The sermon here furnished to the press is the most impres me on"? of n aeries which the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman prepnred some time ago for the Hible Institute Colportngc Associa tion. l entitled "The Holy Ghost ill Jlis relation to the Church." nnd was nrracheJ from the text: "And the Lord aililril to the church daily Mich as ihoulj saved." Acts 1: 47. In the honest endeavor which we mnke properly to live the Christian life nnd in the cnu receive n reward from the hand of the Muster. thereby not missing our rroivn. the Holy Ghost beyond all others is our helper. He is certninly to be count ed as the director and leader of our church life. Wc need expect no great outpouring of the Holy Ohost so long as His leader ship is ignored, and without this high spiritual atmosphere we may expect, as in ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 October 1902

tt;C-5mitb' & Go's Stock of Store (Boobs BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. TECK, Editor and Proprietor. JtARllI US. R. M. DOWNES, FlKST CLASS Tonsorial Artist, MoCONNELLSHUKU, l'A. A Clean Cup nnO Towel with euch Shuve. Everything AntNcptlo. t Kuzors Sterilized. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. OCTOBER 23. 1902. EVShop In room lately occupied by Kd llrukc Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVEHT1H1NO HATCH. Per ouure of H llnea 3 time II W. Per siure earn auiwequent Insertion.... fto. All HUvi'rtlsi'ments lnrted lor lew than three months churned by tho square. 3 im I 8 mosj I yr. liMio.Tt20.oo. i'iw.00 . . 2f.ot. 40.00. moo ... 10.00. I WOO. I 7.V0O One-fourth ooliimn. One-half column.... One Column Nothing Inserted for less than tl. Professional Cards one year The Path We Should Follow. I'll climb Unit golden stairway, Till 1 reach tho height of fame, And when I reach the top-most round I'll have an honored name. No matter how the way may s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ? ATTRACTIVE SCENERY. Interesting Description of Trol ley Ride, by J. W. Brown, of Knobsville. Levin, Bucks CouNTY.October 10, 1902. August 27, 1902, Wil Jiam Martz, Daniel Hamill, and the writer began to work for the American Teleplioue and Tele graph Company on a line extend ing from Newtown Square, Dela ware county, Pa., to Poughkeep sie.N.Y. The line passes through the counties of Chester, Mont gomery and Bucks and crosses the Delaware river at Point Pleas ant. We are now within ten miles of the river. The line crossed the Schuylkill river at Port Kennedy. An unbroken succession of beau tiful landscapes and objects of historic interest mark the prog ress of the tourist from Philadel phia to Sanatoga when he makes tho trip on a trolley car over the Schuylkill Valley Traction Com pany's line. In fact, it is doubt ful whether there is another stretch of country of the same length in the United States that possesses so many objects of in terest for lovers of the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 October 1902

OID T1M& I REMEMBER, BT THOMAS f remember, I remember The house wheve 1 wiia born, l'lie little window where the sun Came peeping in t morn; He never came a wink too soj'i. Nor brought too long a day; But now, 1 often wish the niiclr Hud borne my breath away. T rememher, I remember The roses, red nn 1 white; the viohu and the lily-nip. Thue Mowers iiuuie ot liiu! The liices whole the robm b.ii'.. Ami where try hj- h'.hm set The In! iinuon on hi linrii i.iy The tree is living yet. The Lady of lo Dor. P.lfMvr Older the big oak by the fifteenth :ee .Mr. Arthur Oleiiih-nning won slt ting nt his ease. He wns some ten strokes behind his oppom lit. Colonel Bogey, but this did not bother liim in the least. Homey not being one of those jlaycrs who tack their score cards in conspicuous plucvs on the clubhouse bulletin board iitul mention their vic tories to every oiii'lhey UK'et. Nor w as Arthur nnuoyeil by the fact that a bun cry bunker hail shallowed up Ids ball indeed, he hoped that hi...

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