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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 January 1903

"A NOTE OF WARNING" Suaday Sermon By Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman. Rejoice That lb Bible Give Instances o) Failure to Serve at an Inspiration How to Avoid Similar Mistakes ' New Tobk City. The following sermon entitled, "A Not of Warning." was preached by the great evangelist, the Rev; JJr. J. Wilbur Chapman. ; It Is to the praise of Clod that He has in His word given us repeated instances of men who nave fallen, that they might serve as a warning and their very failure be an inspiration to us to avoid similar mistakes. One ran not read the story of Adam and Eve without getting a glimpse1 both of the power of Satan in his over throw of our first parents and the tender nes of God as He cried out in the cool of the day: "Where art thou?" We can not study the life and character of Noah with out being impressed with the fact that a man might be used of God to-day, then to morrow wander away so far from Him as to make grievous mistakes. The whole of the Old Testament is a cry to those who ...

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. — 22 January 1903

4 If Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JANUARY 22, 1903. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. .tDVIKTiRtSO RATSS. I'pt "nuiire of line 3 time (I HO. ler irre each subsequent Insertion.... W. AH advertisement Inserted for lew '.nan three months chanred by the fquare. 3 mos, 6 mm. I yr. ...Illi'iO. I IJO.OO. I f .00 .... MM. 40.1X1. .v.(iO .... 40.00. f.O0. 75.00 One-fnurlh column. One-rmlf column.... One Column Not hln ir Inserted for less thun II. l'rofenislonal Cards one yearW. TLIK SECUET OF LONG LIFE Consists in keepiDg all the maiu organs of tho body in healthy, regular action, and in quickly destroying deadly dis ease germs. Electric Hitters rnjr ulato Stomach, Liver and Kid neys, purify the blood, and give a splendid appetite. They work wonders in curing Kidney Trou bles, Female Complaints, Ner Vous Diseases, Constipation, Dys pepsia, and Malaria. Vigorous health and strength always fol low their use. Only 50c, guar antee...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 January 1903

TTJLTQN (JUUNIVNEWS. The Chrititlnif Church. The, following In reference to the tenets of the Christian chu rch is written by Rev. S. L, Baugher of Needmore. Ed. While driving to one of my ap pointments on Sunday afternoon, I passed a stranger walking, go ing the same way that I was. I asked him to get in the buggy and ride. Then we drove on. Then the stranger asked, Who are you ? Well, I am a minister ' of the Gospel. !; Question. To what church do you belong? Answer. To the Christian church. Q. Please tell me something about that church. A. It is a church whose mem bers are supposed to be believers of Christ Christians. Q. The name is a very good one, but where did they get it where did they originate. A. The church was organized by Jesus Christ. Matt. 16:18. They1 get their name by Divine authority as I will presently show you. Q. Has your church no other name? A. None but Christian. Q. Where did you get that name? A. That is the question I am always glad to answer. We get that n...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 January 1903

i I " '! f i S I: THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS. By Oliver Wendell Holmes. Of tlie life of tlif lata Oliver Wendell. Holme (1800 1904) B. W. Orlswold, the rriiic, snys: "J)r. Holmes wns a poet of wit And humor and gonial acntiment, with a style remarkable for its purity, terseness and point, and for an exquisite, finish and grace, His lyrics ring and apnrkle like cataracts of silver, and his serious pieces ar rest the attention by touches of the most genuino pathos and tenderness." This is the ship of pearls, which, poets feign, Sails the unshadowed main The venturous bark that flings On the Sweet Summer wind its purpled wing In gulfs enchanted, where the Siren sings, And coral reefs lie bare. When the cold sea-tnaids rise to sua Their streaming hair. Its webs of living gauze no more unfurl; Wrecked is the ship of pearl! And every chambered cell. Where its dim dreaming life was wont to dwell, As the frail tenant shaped his growing shell,, - lieforo theu lies revealed Its iri-scd ceiling re...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 January 1903

A PASTOR WAS Rev. H. Stuhcnvoll, of Elkhorn, Wi., is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran St. John's Church of that place. Kev. Htubenvoll is the poseeesor of two llihles presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the Bibles the Emperor has written in hii own handwriting n text. This honored pastor, in a recent letter to The l'eruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, l'eruna: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen; "I had hemorrhages ot the lama for a long time, and all despaired of me. I took Pcruna and wa cured. It gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and Ifeel well. It is the best medicine in the world. Jf everyone kept Peruna in the house it would save many from death every ycar.oH. STVBESVOLL. Thousands of people have catarrh who would be surprised to know it, because it has been called some other name than ca tarrh. The f...

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. — 22 January 1903

HrttfrTOT WWMpyton's yard ' )cklhg Creek. 15 , y. Suiiw, Ilustoutown's Miss Lucy Mellott of llarrisnu marble man spent a few hours in ville has been employed 'at Wil town last Thursday. liam Evans at Hustontown for John Nesbit and William P. j some time. Unger drove up to Everett Tues- Mrs. Milton Kline is better, day. ' William Deshong spent a day Miss Anna Dickson snont allast week at Clear Ridge at Mr. day or two in llarrisburg this week. House and store room for reut in McCeunollsburg. Good loca tion. Inquire at this oftice. Rev. Melroy will preach at Fairview next Sunday morning at 10:30: at Center at 2:30, and at Hustontown at 7 p. m. William V. Ivinehart and Mar tin V. C'hilcote, of New Grenada, were pleasant callers at the News otiiee Monday morning. Merril W. Nace spent from Saturday uutil Monday 'with his parents,. Mr, . and Mrs.; I). B. Nace in Chambersburg. James G. Patterson left Mon day morning to enter the Penn sylvania State College as a stu dent. Miss Ethel Hays of ...

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. — 29 January 1903

VOLUME 4. McCONXELLSUUUG, PA.. JANUARY 29, 1903. NUMBER 20 RUSSEL S. GARLAND. Trumpeter on Dewey's Ves . " bcI, .the Mayflower Writer From l'orto Rica. Ban Juan, Porto Kica. December 24, 1902, We arrived here yesterday and found it a fine place. I am going ou liberty Christmas for 48 hours. As soon as we arrived here, we took on 345 tons of coal and at present the ship is quite dirty from coaling. The majority of the natives are black. Admiral Dewey has been invited to the'Go;ernor General's palace for Christmas and to stay three days. At tne wnarr they had four bands of music, four companies of Porta Rica Soldiers, a squad of police, and about 400 school children ; and the thing wound up in a big parade Dewey aud the Governor in the lead. They showed us a good time, and the people aro fine in every respect. Dewey's sailors aud mariners are invited to a dinner Christmas in the town, which lies fine, high and cool. After the holidays are over we go to Calebria for target prac tice, C...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 January 1903

ACOUT THAT ALASKA LINE Elgin! m4 Tbla Conalry Will Refer Dispute to Arbitration. NR. RAY MAKES SIGNIFICANT MOVE It It l'aicrito4 fee Veiciuelta Situation flat Mach To Do With TIm Signing 01 tb Treaty, And It Mijr Result la Annullof tbe Aagto-Oersan Alliance A Commlifloa ol Si. Washington, D. C. (Special). Sec retary of State Hay, for the United States, and Sir Michael H. Herbert, Ambassador of Great Britain, for his country, signed at the residence of Sec retary Hay, a treaty providing for the adjustment of the Alaskan boundary dispute between the United States and Great Britain. This may have a very important bear ing on the Venezuelan question, leading to a weakening of the alliance between Germany and Great Britain. The greatest secrecy has been main tained by the State Department relative to the negotiations. Western Senators Tiave been consulted by the President and Secretary Hay, and it is believed that the terms of the treaty now signed will meet ith the approval of those mos...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 January 1903

"GOSPEL IN OLD TESTAMENT" Sunday Sermon By Rer. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, How Ood'a Aklllty to Cleanse It llto'.Mltd In tha Ctrtaoolei of Ibt Old Teita aitat Scripta.'et. ' New YoliK ClTT. Tht following sermon entitled, "The Gotpel in the Old Testa ment," wot preached by the famoui evan gelist, Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, from tfat text, "And when the fowlt came down upon the carcasses, Abram drove them way." Genesis xv: 11. In all parti of the word of Cod, both in the Old Testament and the Mew, we find Uod't provision made for cleansing the (inner. If, in the light of all that hat been said we ieel ourselves condemned and that if the day of awards came to morrow we thould suffer loss and lose our crown, though we shall be saved, "yet so as by fire," tint thought should come to us as an inspiration, that all our sins may be blotted out and our transgressions for given. It is of great cheer, therefore, for us to study the subject now given. It is not necessary simply that we should fa miliar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 January 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. JANUARY 29, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. IVltHTII!a RATES. Pcrs.man: of H llne 3 tlmei II M. Per hi, u ire eaeh subsequent Insertion.... fio. All mtveriisemenn Inserted for le than three ir.nnihs elmrifed by the square. 3 miH. ! rtmos. 1 yr. Otii'-t.iirthciliimn. .is.no. 131.00. U10. WOO. t.io.00 . i.OO ;-..oo One-half column f me Column NosMcv- Inserted for less than II. t'r if"iiionl Cards one year W. PENNSYLVANIA NAMES. Trace Their Nomenclature in Many Instances Back to the Indians. Aftor five years' research Pro fessor Gannett, of the United States geological survey, has completed a list of some 10,000 places in the United States, show ing their derivations. The towns and places in Western Pennsyl vania and their derivations fol low : Aaronsburg, named for Aaron Levy, who laid it out in 1786. Aliquippa, for an Indian chief. Allegheny, an Indian word va rio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 January 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. HOW TO GET RICH. "How to got .rich is a phrase that has magic charm," said F. C. Schneider, of Boston, at the New Willard. "To its sound every one lends an attentive car. It is on ly natural. We say 'money talks' and money does this and that. In fact, money does everything and anything, except buy happi ness. Money is the world's mo tive power, the great dynamo which keeps the wheels of prog 1 ess in motion, and how to get it is one of the problems of every man's life. I was thinking of a plan a young friend of mine adopted for the attainment of a certain object in which money, not riches, was an important fac tor. And yet the lesson which he taught himself by this scheme was of such value that it has to a more or less extent dominated his course uutil now he is in easy circumstances. "1 am persuaded that my friend had studied systems of economics and finances no little in quest of the rule which would make a safe foundation for the building of a fortune. The rul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 January 1903

CAUGHT BY THE GRIP. RELEASED BY PE-RU-M. Congressman Geo. H. White's Case. A Noted Sculptress Cured. c& jZkviW dPh tel l The world o f medicine f ecogn izes Grip as epi demic ca tarrh. - - Medical Talk. LA GKUTE is epidemic catarrh. It spam no cluss or nationality. The cultured and the ignorsnt. the arix locrat and the p.-tuper. the masses and the classes are alike subject to 1 grippe. Nor are exempt all arc liable. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you? (trip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been shortened by the busy American to read '"grip." Without intending to do 10 ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR A FREE PE - A Wily Passenger. Many funny incidents happen in the trcct cars, and many evidences of unique ingenuity can be observed among passengers who adopt all sorts of plans to keep the company out of a fare. The other day it was in the early evening a man. a busy working man. lie seemed, got in a car and proceeded all the way to the front, where he ...

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. — 29 January 1903

eec-ac FARM MATTERS. To Know Whut the Farm In Doing, There Is a large Held for tlie farmer to work over In order to find out wbnt the receipt and expenses are. The fnrmnr know the price ho received for bis butter, but he may not know the ost. It la not difficult to arrive at an pgtlmnte of the cost of any article If tccountt are kept, rrofttvsslve farm ers keep an account with each animal, rclglilng their food and charging there for. Even the fields are entered in a Dook and accounts kept with them. It is extra work, but It Is the only way (o know what the farm Is doing, ' Row Ttlnle Are Killed. Two reni n' study of enemies of birds, taken together with twenty-live years irevlous experience, places their prin cipal enemies about in the following )rder, according to their importance: Cats, EnglUh sparrows, gunners, boys, ;rows, Jays, hawks, squirrels, black makes. Foxes, skunks, weasels and Other smnll mammals are also to be reckoned with; also owls, shrikes and I few others. These, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 January 1903

- -v Brick for sale at Mortou's yard Mr. Ei ra Clovener of lluaton tmvn, was among the number that remembered the printer with some free silver Tuesday. John F. Hess of Thompson, was in town Tuesday. Communion services at the Lutheran cliurch in this place next Sunday morning at Id : DO. Preparatory services on Satur day afternoon at 2 : 3D. County Auditor John A. My ers is reported to be iu a critical couditiou at his homo near Knobs ville from an attack of dropsy. Our friend 11. II. (Jracey of Weldon, Pa., sends us a check which pnys his subscription to October 1, l'.iol. While coal down there is selling as high as twelve dollars a ton, Robert is happy, for he took time by thy forelock and laid iu a year's supply before the advance in the price. A telegram received Monday evening stated that Rev. V. W. Dal bey, D. D., of Philadelphia, was in a very critical condition. His daughter, Mrs. fi. W. Reis ner, who arrived home last Sat unlay evening from his bedside, returned Tuesday mor...

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. — 5 February 1903

tvm VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSHURG, PA., FEBRUARY 5, 1903. NUMBER 21. LETTER FROM NEBRASKA. Wi ntten by R Former Resident of Taylor Township. Benedict, Neb., Jan. 26, 1903. Editor News: I send here with $1.00 to pay for the News another year. If you will allow me a little space I will write a few lines to let friends in old Fulton know how we are getting along. The year 1902 was the wettest ever known in Nebraska. Some crops would have been better had there been more rain. Wheat was almost a phenomenal crop, there was some damage and loss by rains and floods in harvest. rn was retarded in growth by 1 weather and excessive moist ure ; and an early frost caused much of it to be of inferior quali ty There is, however, more of it than all the cattle and hogs in the state can consume. There was never in this state such a lack of cars for hauling grain as exists this winter. The unusually large number of cars required for the coal trade ac counts for. much of the lack of cars for handling grain...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 February 1903

A COMPROMISE OFFERED latest Plan May Solve the Venezuelan Question. MINISTER BOWEN WAITING ANSWER. . Tie Proposition Suggested by a Representa tive of One ol the Allien, Is Thai tor a Short Period ol the Year the Allies Shalt Exclu sively Receive a Percentage ol the Custom Duties. . Washington, D. C. (Special). Prop ositions involving a compromise of the allied powers' contention for preferen tial treatment in the settlement of their claims against Venezuela have been submitted to the governments of Great Britain, Germany and Italy by their representatives at Washington, and, while no answers have been received as yet, there is reason for the belief tfTat the allies will see a way to accept the latest proposition. This compromise lias been suggested by one of the rep resentatives of the allies here, and while it has not formally received the indorsement of Minister Bowcn, it is felt that he will not enter serious ob jections to its adoption, provided the United States and the other ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 February 1903

"THE PRODIGAL'S EATflEtT Sunday Sertnoa By Rev. Df. J. Wilbur Ckapasan. Aa Uplifting. Talk en This Faateaa BIMIcaf Story Raw It Rem Is On ant t Ood'a (latere, yr.lf YonKTirY. The following sermon entitled "The Prodigal's Father." is one ol a series prepared for the press by the dis' tinguiahed evangeliat, the Rev. Dr. J. Wil bur Chapman. It was preached from th text: "But when lie was yet a great waj oil his father saw him and had compassion and ran and kissed him and said to his servants, Bring forth the best robe and put it on him, and put a ring on his hand and shoei on his feet, and bring hither the fatted calf and kill it." Luke xv: 20-23. J Of making many sermons on the prodigal son there seems to have been no endi Yet I was in the ministry fifteen years be fore I reached from any part of the para. b!e. There may be many reasons why, at a rule, we turn away from it. It may b that the picture is too realistic. I was standing in the prison chapel al .Toilet. Illinois, when a req...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 February 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AtcCONNELLSBURG, PA. FEBRUARY 5, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHT1MIHO RATES. I'pr square of lines 8 times Per sij'i-iro etch .uh'.eqiieht Insertion... All iidvertlsementH Inserted for less three mouth chart'ed by the square. II M. HO. than 3 nios. I H nios. 1 yr. One-fourth column "0. On;-h:iif o'.unm JS no. One Column .0. 1-J0.0O. Wi.oo. MOO. '0o 7r.!oo Nothlnrr Insert ert for lew than II, Piofessloaul UanlHone ynurffi. LOCAL MISCELLANY. Tlio steam roller gathers no moss. It's not copyrighted orginal sin. Melancholia seldom comes to a busy man. A mau can have no worse en emy than himself. A bad penny and a pug nose al ways turn up. Self-esteem often suffers from over-exertion. One month of 1901! has gone. How time flies ! Hair isn't victorious because it comes out on top. The mail man expects us to take things as they come. Practical charity is much more scarce than it sounds...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 February 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Aptness In Teaching. (The following article was sent ua for publication, and is worth reading by any teacher. Editor. Aptness in teaching implies a natural and developed tendency and fitness for the' work. The self-importance which is assum ed in seeking and displaying titles and degrees, and the inordinate eagerness to push self-interest in the direction of higher position and salary, do not denoto the apt teacher; nor does the bustle with which some show their dissatis faction with present modes of "making" pupils, or with which they discuss the modes of treat ing insubordination or truancy ; or the questions of the comparative importance of principals and as sistants, or of the relative merits of divers text books; nor does a perpetual canting about the ad vantages of teachers' associations and the want of interest mani fested among a certain class of teachers; nor yet does an incess ant talk about school out of school hours. They who, in their con versation, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 February 1903

OLD TIM& THE WHIP - BY BENKT ITenry Van Dyke, the noted Presbyterian divine and professor of English li (are in l'rinceton University, was first represented in tin aerie) when hi p Ihe bong-sparrow, was printed, with a Do you remember, father It seems so long ago The day we tithed together Along the I'ocono? At dusk I waited for you, Beside the lumber null, Anil there 1 heard a hidden bird, That chanted "Whip-poor-will." The place was n'1 deserted; The mill-wheel hung at rest; The lonely star of evening " Was quivering in th- west; The veil of night was falling; The winds were folded still; And everywhere the trembling sir He-echoed, "Whip-poor-will. You seemed so long in coming, I feit so murh alone; The wide, dark world was round me, And life was all unknown; The hand of sorrow touched me, And made my senses thrill With all the pain that haunts the strain Of mournful "whip-poor-will." The Capitulation of Celia. ( "I v ID I tell you that I had I J asked auntie to come J here, L...

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