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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 October 1902

CONGRESSMAN VILBER SAYS (To The re-ru-na Modiclne Co., of Columbus, 0.) 4tPe-ru-na is All You Claim For It." Congressman D. F. Wilber, of Oneonta, N. Y., writes: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen "Persuaded by a friend Ihave tried your remedy and 1 have almost fully recovered after the use of a few bottles. 1 am fully convinced that Peruna ia all you claim for It, and 1 cheerfully reconi' mend your medicine to all who are afflicted with catarrhal trouble." Vavld F. U tlber. p4t-m-na A Tre ventl- find Corn for Cold. Mr. C F. Given, Suexex, N. H., Vice President of the I'astime Boating Club, writes: "Whenever the eold weather Bets in I have for years past been very sure to entch a Bevere cnl. which wan hard to throw off, and which would leave after-effects on my constitution the most of the win ter. "Last winter I was advised to trv To runa, and within five clays the cold was broken up, and in five days more 1 was a well man. I recommended it to several of my friends,...

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. — 23 October 1902

AUCTION? ? H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, Saturday afternoon and evenin 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. AUCTION? Brick for sale at Morton's yard D. F. Booher of Homestead, Pa. is visiting friends in this county. Mrs. J. W. Lake of Pleasant Ridge, spent a few hours in town Monday. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia. Take no substitutes. Miss Aun lleywang of Titus villi? is the guest of Miss Lois A. Caldwell of this place. Mr. John F.Kendall and daugh ter Olive are visiting the former's brother C. 11. Kendall of Altoona. No danger of consumption if you use Foley's Honey aud Tar to cure that stubborn cough. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cline of Dublin spent last Saturday in McConnellsburg. Calvin Summers started to Broadtop Sunday morning to re main a few weeks. You will be its friend alway if you feed your stock "Peer loss Horse & Cattl...

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. — 30 October 1902

0E Contit VOLUME 4. MeCONNLLLSIJUKG, PA.. OCTOBER ;), 1902. NUMBER 7 Midi n OUT IN THE WORLD. A Former l'oreinnn of the "News" Writes From tlic Smoky City. Editok "News": In accord ance with your request I will en deavor to give some of my expe rhnce and impressions since leaving McConnellsburg. As is well known when a coun try boy, grip in hand, departs from his native heath, leaving such grand old hills and beau tiful valleys behind as from the boundary of Fultou, he feels that an important time has come in his career, and with considerable misgivings he bids farewell to the familiar scenes. There is an uncertainty in his step and a lack uf confidence in his gait, in the language of the Slangist he feels that he is "up against the real thing," and he is not very far wrong. I think, however, that when the country boy turns his face towards Pittsburg and casts his fortune with the many others who likewise have made it an ob jrctivo poiut in which to ask of Dame Fortune a smile of fa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

LIVES ARE LOST IN A FIRE Big Sugar Relinery Destroyed in Half An Hoar in Chicago. A WILD LEAP TO THE STREET. rloyee la the Bulldlof. Were Caught. Almost Without Winilng, by the Rapid Sweep ol the Flame Two Men Leap Irom the StTeath Floor and Fall Into Mss of Seethifli Flamea. Chicago (Special). By a fire which broke out shortly before midnight in lhe plant of the Glucose Sugar Refin ery, situated at Taylor street and the Chicago river, that factory was almost destroyed, and it is said that IS :ncn lost their lives. The number of dead has not been established a yet. hut it is known tn.it at least IS were working on the seventh floor. The flames spread so rapidly that a man who was working on tlie Ibird floor had barely time to escape with his liie. It is not thought by the emtdoves of the concern t by the fire men that the men in the upper story oiild have avoided death. The plant of the refining company consisted of three buildings a drying house, seven stories in height, the main r...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

"A GREAT VICTORY." Sunday Dlst;urne by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor Evangelist. Tk Sool'i Deep Leaflet Alter Ood Faith WIH Coogsjr la thj Eli Ood It Oar Strength sad Life. New York Otv. The Rev. Pr.J. Wil bur Chapman has furnished to the prM a most striking 1ind popular sermon which it intended for all those who would rise to better things.' It is entitled "A Great .Victory," and ' preached from the texts: "As trie hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after Thee, O God." l'salm 42: 1. "Hope in Ood, for I shall yet praise Him who is the health of my countenance." l'salm 43: fi. i The first verse is a lamentation in the wilderness, the second is a shout of re joicing when victory is won. The terri tory stretching out from the wildernesa in the one text to the presence of God in the other is not only the story of the expe rience of David, nut of the most of Chris tians. My message last week was to those who occasionally fall under juniper trees and want to die; here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. 'Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. OCTOBEH 30. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVCUTIMIMI HATKS. Pit .'n.ire of H linr. 3 times tt 1'it ju;tro e:uh sulwotnirut Insertion.... fio. All iHlvt'riisMiii'!iiH 1iirrtd for lean than three mmithn chrtrcU by the ntiunre. .1 mo, i iimiM. 1 yr. 'ine-foiiVth cni'iimn i5.(K).T f--iux.T(:).oii" Oiie-tmif enluinn SMKI. 40 00. ha.it One Column 40.M. Ki.O). 7.V0O Notl.intf inserted for les lh:in 11. 1'ruf is.sfui:il (.'urdw one ytvir Pt. TIIK COX1TSSION OF DAVID LEWIS TIIK NOTKIt HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Conttnuod from First Paui'l) oratoly when he told mo, that his traveling brethren made out bet ter in that state than any other in the Union, and diverted me ex ceedingly, by repeating the many tricks and various modes of cun ning practiced by them upon the unwary, adding, that among them solves they called itliftiug Ger many, when their plans succeed ed and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. (Conllnudl from Flmt PkM largo, tilling tho coffers of the op orators, part of which In turn finds its way into the pockets of tho many miners who toil "Down In tlie colli mines underneath the ground. Whero n rtiy of nuushlnc never can be found." The oil iudustry is another nat ural resource that is of great ben efit to the vicinity. A trip through tho oil districts that lio adjacent to the city impresses one with the vastuess of tho business and the thousands of wells seen in a small radius causes the observer to well understand how the Standard Oil Company exercises the power it duos in so many ways. So well protected aro its interests by a well regulated and systematized order of busiuess that oue who possesses oil on his premises can ouly operate his well when, how, and as this company sees fit to permit. It must be said, howev er, that tho company is fairly lib oral in their stipulated terms. That Pittsburg is an iron town goes without contradiction. Some on...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

A MATTER OF OOUBT. ! love to read of daring il?d. Of clash nnd clmnonnn of n-nr; Co lMrn of one who bravely bleeds, Defending what he's Hunting for, ?ut South America is much Too mingled for my mind to hitch ITio tnc they are in is such I don't know which is iiitliting whiiii. Chey're k i )i n out with treasuries. And blowing public hntldinits down, nd everv city quakes ami sees Sirno donehty lender's tight inn frown, fhe cable bring the thrilling news Of men who die in some last ditch fn granp it mint mv mind refine I don t know which is lighting which. The clang of sword, the Wintered bonst, Are ringing now both night and day; The troops are buttling on the const;, Hy sea n'nl land thev run awav. i wonder if tle-y know the truth. Or if to tiifht tlie simpiy itcli. ! wonder it ih'V know 'orsooth. If thev know v li it -h i limiting winch V. 1). Neslnt. in Itiiltimore American. THE DEAD ALIVE. A Dtama of To-Day SB3 lty Hubert Orll. Df.spitk tiu iare hour, unlit shone III t lip librar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

' o I I 1 Mrs. Tupman, a of Richmond, Va., a great sufferer with woman's troubles, tells of her cure by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. Pixkham: For some years I suffered with backache, severe bearinK-down pains, leucorrlioea, and , falling of the womb. I tried many remedies, but nothing gave any positive relief. "I commenced taking Lydln K. Pinklinm'N Vegetable Compound in June, 1901. When I had taken the tlrst half bottle, I felt a vast im provement, and have now taken ten bottles with the result that I feel like a new womau. When I commenced taking the Vegetable Com pound I felt all worn out and was fast approaching complete nervous collapse. I weighed only 08 pounds. Now I weigh 10U4 pounds and am improving every day. I gladly testify to the benefits received." Mas. K. C. Tupman-, 42il West 30th St., Richmond, Va. When a medicine has been successful in more than a million cases, is it justice to yourself to sny, without trying it, "I do not believe it would hel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 October 1902

AUCTION? AUCTION? ! ! it 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. ; J: r 1 Uriel? for mile at Murtou's yard Mr. George Snotts of Altooua, who Inid been visiting his old home aud friend iu this viciuity, re turned home last week. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs aud colds and prevents pneumonia. Take no substitutes. No danger of cousumptiou if Mrs. Lottie Over and sou Edgar of Bedford are spending a few days in McCouuellsburg. you use Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough. Kev. Baugher will preach at Antioch, second Sunday iu No vember at 10 o'clock. 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. Dr. Stevens has that tooth pow der without grit, acid, ferinent ives or abrasives. Its fin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 November 1902

JMtow VOLUME -4. McCONNELLSHUUG, PA.. NOVEMBER 1902. NUMBER S. TIIK CONFESSION I OF I mm. r-a mm . w m t m t TIIK NOTED HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from last week.) The association which 1 had formed la New York was govern ed by certain rules and regula tions, and to make thein more binding and appear more, solemn they were written on parchment, in ink of blood drawn from our own veins while we kneeled in a ring or circle with our hands mu tually clasped each other,' and one of the band standing in the centre with a basin to receive the red fluid of life. According to one of the articles the fruits of our joint spoliations were to be divided among us at stated pe riods and for this purpose we proceeded with all the formula of a bank director, having a presi dent, directors, cashier, teller and clerk, and so particular were we iu"providing against deception that one of the rules prohibited, under, penalty of expulsion, any member of the company from be ing concerned in b...

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

NATIONS THANKSGIVING Tie President's Proclamation Designates November 27 as the Day. ISO REFERENCE TO RECENT STRIKE. President Roosevelt Says (he Yeir that His Jnt Closed Has Bee. On o Peacs and of Overflowing Plenty Rarely Has any Pco fit Enjoyed Oreater Prosperity tbaa We art Now Enjoying. Washington, D. C. (Special.) Presi dent Roosevelt issued his proclamation designating Thursday, November 2", as day of thanksgiving. The proclamation is as follows : "According to the yearly custom of Mr people, it falls upn the President at this season to appoint a day of fes tival and thanksgiving to God. "Over a century and a quarter has passed since this country took its place among the nations of the earth, and during that time we have had on the whole more to be thankful for than has fallen to the lot of any other people, feneration after generation has grown to manhood and passed away. Each has had to bear its peculiar burdens, each to face its special crisis, and each has known years of ...

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. — 6 November 1902

"POWER OFAGREAT IDEAL" Sandfly Discourse by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor Evangelist. A Beautiful Sermoa oa the Comfort and Hap plntH ol Hivlof aa Ideal to Anchor One to the Better Thlnfi of Life, New York City. The Rev. Dr. J. Wil bur Chapman, who ha. recently resigned the pastorate of the Fourth Presbyterian Church in thia city in order to devote him irlf to evngcli.tic work, hue prepared the following sermon for the pres.. It ia enti lied "The Power of a (.treat Ideal," and w preached from the text, "I have net the Lord always before me: because He ia at my right hand, 1 ahall not be moved." Psalm 16: 8. If you look at the top of tr ie Psalm you will tvad the Mirhtnm of David. There are dilTrrcuces'of opinion a. -to the. mean-' ing of thia exnreesion. Some have eaid that it means victory, and thia would aeem to be true, since there ia particular Psalm bearing the same title, whose sub ject matter is on various themes, but all ot which end in triumph. Psalm 68. "Thou hast delivere...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 November 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. H. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. NOVEMBER 3, 1902. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. nVRKTIHl!U BT. Per vviar of line 3 tilnen I'emininrft each subsequent Insertion. All lvrllMfnentfl inserted for im threo tuontri charged by the square. . .11 M. .. 60. i than 8 nios. fltmm. I yr. . , VO0. 40.00 HO 00 .. m.m. l.oo. I 75.00 One-fourth onlumn.. One-half column One Column Nolhlhr lrsTtMl for lew than 91. I'ro'nsslonai Cards one year 45. KILLING TIME. "When I was a boy iu a print er's oflicn," says Robert Bonner, "and it came along about three o'clock in the afternoon, I would say to myself, "suppose the pro prietor should come up where we are at work and say, "Robert, what have you been doing to day ?" what would I answer ? He never did such a thing, but I used to reason to myself, sup pose he were to do it ? If I could not with pride and pleasure point to what I had been doing, I would pack up at six o'cloc...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 November 1902

i ULTON COUNTY NEWS. Teacher' Institute. Institute begins Monday, Nov. 10, at 1:30 p. m., and closos Fri day, Nov. 14 at 12 noon. iNSTitucTons : Hon. Henry Houek, Deputy State Supt. Pub. Instruction. Dr. II. U. Roop, President Leb anon Valley College. Dr. Joseph P. Barton, Vice Principal Shippensburg Normal School. Prof. Leon C. Prince, Dickin son College. Prof. Geo. Leslie Om wake, Ur sinus College. Prof. W. M. Kife, Shippeus burg Normal School. Prof. M. L. Drum, Bucknell University. Prof. M. L. Drum, Musical Di rector. Miss Gertrude Sipes, Pianist. Thursday, Directors' Day. KVKNINO ENTERTAINMENTS : Monday eveuing, America, Old and New Leou C. Prince. Tuesday evening, Musical Fits and Misfits Spill man Riggs. Wednesday evening, The Marion Wilson Quartette. Thursday evening, Seeing Things Day and Night Frank W. Mack. The McConnollsburg orchestra assisted by Prof. Chambers, will furnish music for the evening en tertainments. Tickets for sale at Trout's drug store. Season tickets, res...

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

THE GIRLS 0? LCNC A.C0. Oh, the dear old-fiuhiiined girl, that 1 knew long year uaf. When the world, tin- girl nnd I were in our prime; Slip nan dear a curly snowdrops amid the springtime snoiv. l?lie was sweet a toe w ild rose of sum mertime, And she know jut bow to make Pound and sponge and ginger rnUef She rould ipin ami weave and knit I he summer throiii(li. And the butter, cheese and cream! Wliv 1 think 1 have a dreim Df our driving home the row through tar lit dew! Dh. these vaunted modern days! Notliing in them can compare To the luckm h' Ci and ipr!lin schools of old : Nothing sec niv heart a-d,u;?c ni the iihmic on the .tir. Merry of sieivbliolk in the cold. Oh. those ilav.s of lotitf aico. When the wimev's trust and snow. Held in clime enioi-in-e the woodland vale and pool: Wrapped in robes and blankets warm Wlmt cared we for wind rind storm. When we gathered at the weekly ringing si'hool! Dh, th" o'll-time ringing c!iool. my heart a-thoiiffht the faier lleut. at lha luoiu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 November 1902

Pt-RU-NA CURES CATARRH OF KIDNEYS EVERY TIME. DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES I'e-ru-na Crealinsr ft National Sensation in the Cure uf Chronic Ailment of tho Rldnejs. Major T. H. Mnr. of the First Wis- of kidney cousin Cavalry Rnglnipnt. write from trouble, l'e 1425 Dunning street. Culcuiro. 111., the ninrt Klioiilil following letter: 'Tor year I Buffered with catarrh of the ktdneye contracted in the army. Medicine did not help me any until a comrade who had been helped by Peruna advised me to try it. 1 bought tome at once, and anon found bleated relief. 1 kept taking it four months, and am now well a nd strong and feel better than lhave done for the pant twenty years, thanks to Peruna."T. H. Mam. Mr. John Vance, of Hartford City, lud., B.iys: "My kidney trouble Is much better. I have Improved so much that everybody wants to know what medi cine 1 am iiKlng. I recommend rerunn to everybody, and Home have com menced to ime It. The folks all say that If Dr. IIartmnn'3 medicine, cures uio it ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 November 1902

MTV ION? AUCTIONS ? 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. AUG Brick for sale at Morton's yard Try Irwin's No. 9 Syrup at 40e a gallon. John A. Irwin and son Rex aro in Philadelphia and Now York this week buying Holiday Goods. A ;iind Nickel Center Draft Lamp at Irwin's 1.42. .Mrs. R A. Largent is spendiug two weeks among friend in Water fall. Orbisonia and Tyrone. You will bo its friend always if you feed your stock "Peerless Horse it Cattle Powder. It could not be made better and costs you only 10c. a pouud pack. Howard Shimer of McKeos Rocks is taking his annual vaca tion among his friends here. School teachers will do well to call at Irwin's for Books for that Library. Lowest prices. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Truax of Belfast township were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Mellott last Thursday night. Dr. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

mm VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSISUlto; PA.. XOYEMHEU 1U, 1902. NUMBER 9. n mi AA in JJJJ fee FATAL DEER HUNT. Joseph II. Gracey Shot and Instantly Killed by n Fel low Hunter. Last Saturday morning Joseph II. Graccy of Wells Tannery was nceidently shot through the head and killed instantly while hunting door on Sideling Hill Mountain. What isknown as theold Sprowl property, consisting of several huudred acres on top of SidoJing II ill on the State Road was pur chased about a year ago by a party of sportsmen of Altoona. This property lies in one of the best deer hunting sections in the coun-J ty. Last Saturday morning a party composed of J. II. Daugherty, Ernest Meredith, E. II. Westover, Joseph II. Gracy, Charley and Frank Sprowl, Abe Burkett and Maurice Bivens went out on the mountain to a point about 3J miles south of the Sprowl .House, und having reached what is known to huuters as tho Hooppole Thicket, they formed themselves into line for a "drive." About ten o'clock tlioy had the thicke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

GIVE MORE THAN MEN ASK Wtttera Railroads Head Off a Threaten ed Strike. ENCROACHMENT OF BROTHERHOOD. Brotherhood ol Railway Tralnmeo la Chicago Demand io Increase la Wages, and tlx Railroads Art Prepared to Oder Then Nearly Double What They Ask Switch men's L'nlon. Chicago (Special). The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen has voted in fa Tor of a strike in case the railroads in the Chicago district shall refuse an in crease of more than two and one-half cents an hour wage. Although the Brotherhood has voted for a strike, its members arc not likely to quit work. Before the vote was 1aken some of the railroad managers liad announced that a greater increase in wages would he allowed the men than at first offered. It is probable that as soon as the result of the vote shall be announced another conference will be held. At this conference it is ex pected an increase of four cents an hour will be offered, and this offer will be accepted. In a statement just issued. Frank T. liawley, grand ma...

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