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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

"IREAT1NS A SINNER" Su-aday Discourse by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Evangelist. 8; tells ef lbs World's Treatment, tlx Law's Treatment and the Savloar's Treatmeat at the Errlaf . Htr York Citt. The distinguished evangelist, the Itev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chap man, hai prepared the following icrmon for the press. Jt it entitled "Three Wsya e( Treating a Sinner," and was preached from the text: "Neither do I rondemn thee; go, and tin no more." John 8: 11. There ia something exceedingly pathetic In the beginning of thia chapter where we read Jeans went unto the Mount of Olives. I know the critics aay that thia atory dora not belong to the New Testament, but did you ever eee n better representation of Christ, first, in Hia 'going out to the Mount of Olives aa He waa accustomed to, secondly, in Ilia riaing early in the morn ing that lie might come again in touch with the great throbbing mass of people so much in need of Hia service. Thirdly, in His sitting down and teaching, ahowing that He spo'.e ...

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. — 13 November 1902

IGuO.N COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, ditor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. pa. NOVEMBER 13, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. A'.'VIHTIHI.M) HATm. Pnr Mfiuurtj of M line 3 times II M. ler Mjiirw m'h subsequent ItiHertion.... fto. All u.lvn;'ti-.pments InertMl for less than three immihs L-harKfd by the ftquure. 3 nins. I lmos. f 1 yr. Oii-riirth ';nmn ll.Voo. I txi.m. I t:o.on One-hilif column 3.Y00. 40(10. RO.fltl One Column o.oo. I W.00. f.00 NiKtTn,.' Inserted for lew thin ft. Profession! CauIm one year lf. THE DIFFICULTIES OF ANIMAL TRAINING. The most Jitlicult feat in ani mal training is to makes a number of beasts of different species per form together. In this art Mr. Carl llagenbeck, the famous Ham burg naturalist, is supreme, lie it was who first conceived the idea of doing such a thing, and to him is due the credit of having brought before the public some of the finest and most imposing spectacles of their kind ever wit nessed. To prepa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

'KULTON, 'COUNTY' NEWS. THi: CONFESSION or DAVID LEWIS THE NOTEIl HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Cootluued from lHt week.) I immediately communicated my determination to Malinda, aud she received the intelligence with evident marks of regret and disappointment. She was pleas ed with her situation in Pearl street, and having formed an In timacy with a few females in the neighborhood whose society she liked, she was unwilling to leave New York, or at least wished to remain there for some time for private reasons. She was affect ed on this occasion even to tears, but her tears were like an April shower, through which the cheer ful sun soon broke and dissipated every cloud of discontent that hung upon her brow. Our house hold affairs did not require much time to prepare the necessary ar rangements previous to a remov al. In less than twelve hours our little stock of furniture was ei ther packed up ready for trans portation or disposed of at pri vate sales or given away as pres ents or s...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

THE SALTINC Tli iun sinks slowly down the wt, The mountain shade to deeper blue, Thiv swiftly glide unt.i the breast Ot evening, fresh with summer dew, "Whoo kiel Whoo kie!" rS g'ad vounn voice rings oMt to free; If you Mine your eyes you will surelv i (Invr the cattle hasten at the ret'rjin. In glad response to the welinnie strain That ever sound with the salting. rh.it rail bring Kirk the long ago: The evening bird aims sweet ami low, he wall; agnin with girlih pride Her hundsome lover at her side, Whoo kie! Whoo kie!" ''(Ver the hills it comes to me. My eyes are dim. but I surelv ee The forin se loved, ivheti the g!ad refrain, falls ai iin in thy ni'Vonifl strain," 1 li:it ever o.ieU with the ilt-M.-. Miry A. Kirkiip. in the ln Moiues liegisti.:' uad l.c.ulrr. 1i?e Feat of an Amateur. F. W. Crlusman. MY sister Floreuce has woa considerable success as nu amateur photographer. I. nst k year, with a mountain icene showing a lienl of deer gracing tt the timber-line, she took n pilre ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

A SURPRISED PHYSICIAN. 4 pylag FatUat KeTr Thraanh tha Intarpsltlo of a Biiablt 3riai. ' Cbicsjo, Nov. IS. Some week ag Dr. Q , very repu table and widely-known physician living on 0 street, vat railed to attend a very complicated cate of rheumatism. Upon arriving at the hoiiic he found a man about forty years of age lying in a prostrated and serious condition, with his whole frame dangerously affected with the painful dis ease. He prescribed for the patient, but the man continued to grow worse, and on Sunday evening he was found to be in a .very alarming condition. The knees and elbows and larger joints were greatly in flamed, and could not be moved. It was only with extreme difficulty that the pa tient could be turned in bed, with the aid of three or four persons. The weight of tbe clothing was so painful that means had to be adopted to keep it from the patient's body The doctor snw that his assistance would be of no arnil, and left the house, the members of the family following h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 November 1902

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. i!1 ; ' S 6 hi Rrick for sale at Mortou's yard A new milkman was installed down at Sheriff Mason's one day last week. Try Irwin's No. 0 Syrup at 40c a gallon. Miss Grace Wilkinson of this place is in Ohio attending the wedding of her brother David. A good Nickel Center Draft Lamp at Irwin's $1.42. Our old neighbor A. V. P. Sou dors of Ayr township called ht the News office while in town Mon day. You will bo 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. Mr. and Mrs. James Tntle of Fort Loudon, spent last Friday among friends on this side of the mountain. School teachers will do well to call at Irwin's for Hooks for that Library. Lowest prices. Miss Dora Johnston and Mrs. Al...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

Stye SniMi WXm VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSllUKG, PA., NOVEMBER 20, 1902. NUMBER 10. n warn. FROM MINNEAPOLIS. i Austin Tells How They Kun a Political Meeting. Also, What lie Saw at the State Fair. Eimtok News : As 1 want the address of my paper changed, I will tell you how a political cam paigu is run in this city. I was at a Democratic meeting in a largo tent where several candi dates all Democrats told what they would do if elected. They had a city band drawn by four horses through the city, and a big sign telling the people where llio meeting was held. So a friend Democrat and I went to heur the speakers. To further attract a crowd and hold it, thoy had a drum corps, a man with a guitar who sang com ic songs, and two colored follows who sang songs. The speakers were all right, but like most of our Democratic brethren in the Old Keystone stale, they were on the off side. With the exception of a Mr. Haynes who was elected mayor of the City, and a Mr. Lind elected to Congress, the rest of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

A MILLION-DOLLAR BLAZE Destruction of Great Plant of Armour & Co., at Sioux City. BUILDINGS RAZED FROM FOUNDATIONS. Twenty-tour Drumt, Each Containing One Hundred Pounds at Ammonia, Explode, Followed by the Explosion ot the Big Storage Cistern Three Thousand Dressed Hogs 'Burned. Sioux City, Iowa ( Special). The big plant of Armour & Co., which occupied three and a halt acres of ground at the extreme south end of the stock yards dis trict, was destroyed by a fire which start, ed soon after midnight on the second floor of the fertilizer building. Six hun dred men are thrown out of employment. The loss, as estimated by Charles V. Lennon, manager of the company, is $900,000 ; the insurance. $721,500. The cause of the fire was said by Mr. Lennon to have been either spontaneous combustion or an imperfect dryer. The fire was discovered by a watchman of the building, who, only a few minutes before, had pulled a messenger box on the floor where the flames started. Quickly the Armour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

1 "A THREE-FOLD CHORD Sunday Sermon by Dr. Chapman thf Noted Evangelist. Poloti Out Why Erefl Seemlnrlf Unforuinab Mortal) Have Belter Reaiont tor Thanks (trine Than Faultfinding. New York Citt. The t?ev. ftr.J. Wit bur Chapman has furnished to the press a most itriking nnit popular wrmon which it intended for all those who would rise to better things. It is entitled "A Three-Fold Cord," and was preached from the text, "A three fold cord is not quickly broken." Kt clesiaste 4: 12. Did yon ever atop to think how many things you have in your life for which you ought to bo grateful to Ood? Doubtless some of my readers may pause and aay ''I have very little for which I need to be thankful, ' and then, as a matter of fact, yre have had more of joy than of sorrow, more days of sunshine than of storm, and if we were honest we should be obliged to say that there is more reason for thanks giving than faultfinding. An old friend of mine, blind from'1 his birth, told me that ho hud never seen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. NOVEMBER 20, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVIHTIStRQ) HATIH. I'p.r 4fiuiir ot 8 line 3 time It .V). l'cr ngunrc p:ioh Hulweqiient Insertion ... . M. AH atfvcrilvmenta Inserted f r less than ttuee month ohurireu by the Hquuro. 3 nun. rtmus. jr. Ono-fourth i-oiumn li.Mm. J . I fcio.iio One-lmlf coluiua 4S.H). 40.ini. W.OO One Cnlumn 40.00. 0U. 7MJ0 Nothing Inserted for lew thun II. 1'rofcHsionihl Curds one year .V (Continued from tint puife.) recitation with a review of the former lesson or lessons. lie con tinued his talks of this forenoon on the "Seven Laws" which he enumerated as follows: 1. A daptation. 2. Cooperation. 3. Detiuiteuess. 4. System. 5. Il lustration. 6. Repetition. 7. Va riety. The Ex Supt. says, "We are attempting too much and get ting too little done." The roll called showed eighty two present. WKDNESDAY FOIiEXOON. Devotional service by Kev. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

Official Vote of Fulton County, November 4. 1902. THE RACKET STORE Gover nor. Limit." CiOV. :: "PO. In.AITs, ICtrti- iStuUt LegiHlo-ijl'ro- j County C'om turo. j'lliono'y missioning. jfress: .Senator Auditor. REISNERS' a- 0. a 3 V. ciao V! C 11 o H is, c pi O (S-X, ffi "0 Cv 7) SI "3 K O S": " on 9 -A DISTRICTS. a on ft c S 3 a -2 a- I :S3 or l "0, Ayr liclfast Hethel llrush Creek Dublin f.lckintf Creek Mt:( 'onnollsburg... Tnylor Thompson Tod '. 1'nlon Wells '1 25,08 lniilim 1077f. 11771 T2m 101 8(1 1011I.V1. ooLwi 54 7!)! 77i-8 7112 41 104 1 10: ?l ";fl 11 it! 8 It 1)7 1 1 8i) r.i .t 73:58 llllli!! Sio:tftr 1027, 4 h:m 1)4 KH 117171 i.r(!) 5()1 ioi!.v; 88'r,7 5.T80 II 11354 111 H7 102 1)4 87: 1187!) fi7lfi7i f)H8!)l! 105 35 :i!55! 72'54! 118171 U (Ml 1027, 2 (15 1)5 841 HOTt (17(5(11 05 8!)! 105l33 88:57; 53,81! 71 55! I3.I..)!)! 112(I2 110(i!) fi2'(i4i l;108;75i I! 12T.fi: 5 104 2 107 "111 1,101 : 5(i 1 71) 50! 7 12508 3 112,511 I 25 4 8 7 4 il07:(i!)i 15(1:3: 3 09 42 I 1)7 DO F1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

ILLY CRAY'S & . iKSSIK ALLEN lived lit tin- Mir end of Elm street, nml Mr. Iliirrlx livid ut the lower end. When Bessie went down towuHlicnftciistopM-il In put unci admire Mix. Ihmts' cuts ir tn.-y ' out In ill.- yard. iiikI Mrs. Harris of ten w-iit. !.e.l lier from tin' window. I'lil l:i.ly was n-ry fond nf cat"; she had four large "i"' k1"''" Due day she came out In the yard when Bessie was there nnd nxke.1 her if slie hud a kitten. "No. I haven't; hut I want one very fninh. ntid inninniii says I may have one If I cun tlnd 11 pretty one," Bessie replied. "! you think you Wollhl tnke good care of one nil the time'" Mrs. Harris asked earnestly, "Oh. ye. Indeed: I should love to take rare of u kitten." "Well, you Hi'i'iti to he Rood to en In, and I Imve Joseph and Jane, nnd Toby :l 1 1 . 1 Peter, and I ought not to keep any more. I'll tell you whnt I'll do: you may take the kitten hum" Willi you-1 haven't mimed him yet and keep him two weeks, then bring him luiek to mi', nnd If h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

1 CATARR1I THIRTY YEARS. he Remarkable Experience of a Prominent StatesmanCongress man Meekison Gives Pe-ru-na a High Endorsement. fir' Congress Meekison of Ohio. Hon. David Meekison is well known not only in his own IState . but throughout America. Ho was elected to the Fifty, fifth C'onfrress by a very large majority, and is the acknowledged leader of bis party in his section of the btate. Only one flaw marred the otherwise eonv plete success of this rising statesman. Ca tarrh, with its inoidioug approach and te nacious grasp, was his only unconquered f.i Vnr thirty vears he waeed unsuccess ful warfare against this personal enemy, i At last 1 eruna came to the rescue, lit writes: " have used eeveral bottle of Pe runa and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head. J feel encouraged to believe that Ifl use a a short time longer I vtill be fully able toeradlcate the disease of thtrly ycar etandlng. "David UeeMao 11, Me m ber of Congresa. If you do not derive prompt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 November 1902

The Auction at H. C. Smith's Store in this place will begin next Saturday morn ing at 9 o'clock, and continue throughout the day and evening. Much of the best goods was held in the hope it could be sold over the counter. Now, they must go. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Mr. John N. IJixson of Akers villespenta few hours in town last Friday. Foley's llouey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse substitutes. All dealers. Mrs. Rachel Hill of Bethel township, has been spending a week or two with her daughter, Mrs. F. P. Lynch in this place. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and colds : reliable, tried and tested, safe and sure. All dealers. Orvillo Palmer and wife of Mc Keesport are visiting- Mr. Pal mer's mother Mrs. Martha Pal mer, of Sipes Mills. There is no cough medicine so popular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure. All dealers. Charlie Ruuyan and Bister Miss Laura spent last Wednesday and . Thursday with Mr. an...

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. — 27 November 1902

mm VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSHURG, PA., NOVEMHEH 27, 1902. NUMBER I 0 MORAL REFORM ASSOCIATION. Constitution and By-Laws of the Moral Reform Association of McConnellsburg, Pa. PREAMBLE. We citizens of McConnellsburg and surrounding community, in order to form ourselves into an association to regulate our action to facilitate our purpose, and unite our efforts in the inculca tion of a higher public sentiment in morals and in the promotion of general good order in our midst, do adopt the following constitu tion and by-lawB ARTICLE I. NAME. Our Association shall be known as the Moral Reform Association of McConnellsburg, Pa. ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP. Any person desirous of, and willing to co-operate with us for the promotion of the ends of this association may be admitted to membership by subscribing to this Constitution and By-Laws. ARTICLE III. OFFICERS. The officers of this association shall be a president, a vice presi dent, a secretary and an execu tive committee of three members, who sha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 November 1902

TRAIN ROBBERS BIG LOOT lock Island Fast Express Successfully Held Up. CARS ARE DAMAGED BY EXPLOSION. Fb Masked Bandits Hie the Usual Method to Stop the Train sod Carry the Baggage aa4 Express Car to a Secluded Place The TVmib Sale Is Thes Dynamited and Its ValaaMe Contents Appropriated. Davenport, la. (Special). Train No. H, westbound, on the Rock Island Road, the regular St. Joseph and Kan sas City express, was held up at It. 30 'clock p. m., three miles west of this city by masked bandits, who cut off the express and baggage cars, forced the engineer to run two miles' up the track, blew up the through express safe with dynamite and escaped with their booty. The amount is variously esti mated at from ft, 000 to $10,000. According to different reports there were 12 or 15 in the gang. The train, which was due to leave here at 10.38 p. m., was 35 minutes late, and pulled out 1or the West after a short halt. It had just passed through the village of Rockingham, on the outskirts of the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 November 1902

THANKSGIVING Wllber Chapman's Sermon Ap propriate to the Day. Dr. J. "Three Meetings ol the Saviour" Reatta Thinks to Ood lor the Greatest ol Gifts, His Son, Jesns Christ. Hew fonK City. The Kev. Dr. J. Wil bur Chnpmun, who has recently resigned the pastorate ol the Fourth Presbyterian Church in this city in order to devote him self to evangelistic work, hai prepared the following Thanksgiving sermon for the press. It is entitled "Three Meeting ol the Saviour," and ia founded on the text. "Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray." Psalm 5S: 17. It M quite the custom on Thanksgiving Pay to render thanks and praiae unto God for material gift and material prosperity. We are accustomed to measure the har vests and to try to count out earthly bless ings and then make an effort to put into language some adequate expression ol out appreciation of God's goodness. I leave this task to other ministers, while I in their name and behalf express my grateful thanks to Uod for the greatest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 November 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. NOVEMBER 27, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AlVHTISI0 RATH. i'rr n'inru nt lines S time (1 50. 1'or souare each sulwoifucnt Insertion.... 50. All advertisements inserted fur lou than tfiree monU, charged hy tne square. 8 m.is. rtmos.M yr. ..vi.Viio7Tio.oo foo .. i.n. m oo. I 75.00 Onrvfonrth eoltlum.... One-h i!f i-nl'irnn One Column NotMntr Inserted fur lew thn II. Professional Curds one year 5. THE CONFESSION OF DAVID LEWIS THE NOTKI) HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from last week.) On our arrival at the place of destination I had many opportu nities of indulging my vicious pro pensities, and frequently plun dered both officers and men of their money and property. The bustle of a camp amused me for some time but the delay in cross ing the lines, occasioned by Gen eral Smyth's strange conduct, created so much dissatisfaction that I was not sorry, eager a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 November 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. (OiiDtlnitrd from First Pinti"!) religious freedom, and Sunday school organization, and humbly invoke his guidance. Iiesolved, That we approve of the work that is being done by theState officers of Sunday school work, and, also, by the County officers, in the arranging and holding Sunday School Conven tions. We believe that these con ventions are a stimulant to more efficient and effective Sunday School work throughout thestate. Resolved, That we have receiv ed much healthfnl and lasting benefit from the work done in this convention, and we recommend a continuance of the same next year. Resolved, That we extend our thanks to the people for hospital ity ahd courtesy given ; to the choir for music rendered; to our neighboring Sunday school work ers for aid and assistance, and to every one who has in any way con tributed to the success of this convention, and that those resolu tions be made a part of the min utes of this convention. Resolved, That each Sunday school...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 November 1902

MY MOTHER. TOO TUB CBltHTIAK 4DV0CATB. She (tnve the bet years of her lift" With joy for me, And robbed herself, wilh lovi-ig heart I'nsttntingly. For me with willing hands she toiled From tiny to day. Fur me hc prayed when headstrong youth Would have its wiy. Her gentle arras, my cradle one Are weary now; And time has set the seal of car I' non her brow. And, though no other eyes than minJ Their meaning trace'. 1 read my history in the lines On her dear fate. And, 'mid His gem, who showon jifti As shining sand, 1 rount h-r dav n pcarla tittit f.u-' From His kind hand. i MAKINH 1 Jj-.-) ira atui v I GOOD. -7X crcr THW Universal Trading Com pany wasn't so uiueh h trad lug company us It was tini- venal, uuil Its universality lay chiefly ou Its sumptuously litho graphed letter head. Abew, the Presi dent, would buvc preferred to have the name Inter-Sielhir Tradijg Company, but, lis Alters sometimes sadly ad mitted to hims.-lf, the present uge is far behind the times. Abet'H was u nervou...

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