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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 February 1903

FOR TWENIY-ONE YEARS Catarrh Remedies and Doctors Failed Pe-ru-na Cured. MR. A. K. KIDU. i ELGIN, ILL. In a very recent commu nication from this place comet the news that Mr. Arthur Ernest Kidd, a well known architect of that city, Inn made complete recovery from catarrh of the bead, from which he had suffered for nearly a quarter of a century, lie write from 18 Hamilton ave.: "I am 42 year of age, and have had ca tarrh of the head for over half of my life, ai a result of scarlet fever, followed by typhoid fever. I got so bad that I was al most constantly coughing and clearing my throat. The catarrh greatly impaired my eyesight, and the hearing in one ear, and reduced my weight to 110 pounds. "I tried nearly every catarrh remedy ad vertised, besides a great many different physicians' treatments, all of which failed "I bad heard and read of 1'cruna, and finally decided to try it two months ago. 1 have now taken seven bottles, and weigh 12 pounds. Never felt happier or merrier. Feel t...

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. — 5 February 1903

1 Brick for sale at Morton's yard Keep au eye on our Balo Kegis tor. Head Mrs. Little's new ad in this week's paper. W. II. IVck of Gem speut a few liours in town Monday. Tho family of A. M. IJivens of Bethel township is aftlicted with hi grippe. l')K Sam-: ok Exchanuk. Good Iveutucky Jack 7 years old. J. W. Cltcham., Gracey, Pa. Mrs. U. N. Sliimer of this place has boon quite ill during tin: past week with la grippe. Mr. John Taylor of Huston town, called at tho News office a few minutes while in town Tues day. Miss Eihel Hays of this place went to Philadelphia- Monday to accept a position in a large mil linery establishment. We are obliged to carry several iinMrtant communications over to next week for want of space in our columns. Mr. Grant Shoemaker and sis ter Mrs. George Magsam attend ed the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. i). C. Spitzer at-Warfords-burg on the "3d uit. Fix the date for your, sale and have it eutered in our Sale Regis ter both the News and Dernp crat free when b...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

ten h VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSfiURO, PA.. I ERRUARV 12, 1903. NUMBER 22. MAQOOKETA, IOWA. Letter Front Rev. (Icorge B. Shoemaker. Editor Newh : This is Mon day. Sometimes, by some preach- 11 n, Ill 179 LOIHU II1UC ITlV'llUaji Thoro is' Dothing blue about this rtay, however, except the blue sky. The sun shines brightly, the snow is gone, the streets are sloppy, and tho thermometer is abovo the freezing point. This has been a very mild win ter in this part of Iowa. Since the cold snap at Christmas time, the weather has been mild scarcely reaching zero at any time. The groundhog has been seeing his shadow all day, and has, no doubt, hied him back to his nest for his six weeks' sleep. We may look for cold weather for six weeks'; and, then, an early spring. To be able to have your window up in your sleeping room iu Iowa during the month of Jan uary, is an experience we have not often had. . At a recent missionary dinner held by the Reformed church of our city, I met an old Berks county Penns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

THOUSAND PEOPLE PERISH A Mljtafy Tidal Wave Swecp3 Over Society Island. HURRICANE RAGES SEVERAL DAYS. Bgnfy Islands Deviitaled by lh Wind and Wart Makeno aid Hao Completely De opnlatetf-Oa Hlkara lilaod. Where 1,000 Wert Engaged la Pearl Diving, Nearly Ha. Itae Number Wert Drswaed. San Francisco (Special). News of a terrible loss of life in a storm that swept ever the South Sea Islands last month reached here by the steamer Mariposa, elirect from Tahiti. The loss of life is estimated at 1,000 persons. On January 13 last a huge tidal wave, accompanied by a terrific hurricane, attacked the So ciety Islands and the Puamoto group with fearful force, causing death and de vastation never before equaled in a land of dreaded storms. The storm raged several days, reach ing its maximum strength between Jan nary 14 and January 16. From the meager news received at Tahiti up to the lime of the sailing of the Mariposa it is estimated that I ,000 of the islanders lot their lives. It is feared that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

"RULES FOR SERVICE" Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. J. Wllbui Chapman. Wbtl W SkoaM De te Qel Oar Reward a) the Handa at Qod A Heart-Cry la the People. Nkw.Yomc Citt. The distinguished and well-known evangelist, the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, haj furnished for pub lication the following aermon entitled "Rules of Service." It waa preached from the text: "No man that warreth entang leth himself with the affairs of thia life, that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a aotdier. And if a man aUo atrive for masteries, vet is he not crowned, except he atrive lawfully." 2 Timothy, ii; 4, 8. It is not enough simply to perform what might be called good deeds, in the estima tion of the world, for one might receive the applause of men, and miss his reward at the hands of God. Neither is it enough that one should be so given to service that he might win the applause of people every where There is no special promise in God's word written for the man who is simply faithful in outward service. P...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

rULTON COUNTV NEWS. .Published-Every JhursdaVf 8, W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG. PA. FEBRUARY 12, 1903 Published Weekly. 51.00 per Aniiirn in Advance. UVKHT!SI!m RtTH. .r iiuare of si lines 3 times H W, it s i 1:11 1 subpmient Insertion..,, AO. All Mlvertisr-meiits inserted fop I ihnn i hr.. nnniis chiiri.!"1 b- the square. ;l in i is. .JI.Vi.i. .. 40.00. 'i ,.--f..i.rth 1 I tf 'n'luil'l olinnn . t-.t)"r. i fiino 4u.n). o.oo M.00. v.vou Niitliii.' inserted for less than II, lrof.'ss ofiiii Curusone your V lOonlinii'.! from Mrt p;itfe.l law, jrofanitv should be as sol-; (loin heard of as larceny, or any of the criincsor misdemeanors. The strong arm of the law cau be in voked by any one who hears pro fanity, and the Act of 17i4 makes it. the duty of certain ouicer. The 4th. Sec. of the Act, is us follows : "The Justices of the supreme court severally throughout this statu, every president of the courts of common pleas within his district, every associate judge of the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS, LOCAL MISCELLANY. A lawsuit never , suit both sides. . Flattery Reldom begins a t home. A coaled cellar makes a warm house. A coat of arms doesn't keep a innti warm. Glittering generalities are not all golden. This is an old-fashioned win ter, sure enough. Tie is a wise man who knows when he has enough. No man has ever quite succeed rd in killing time. Freezing politeness is on a par with cold comfort. Judge Cupid is severe on cases of contempt of court. Blow your own horn, or you are apt to go without music. It's easier to jump a board bill than to jump a bill board. ine nroaa snouiaerea young man js often a padded sell. In the eyes of the politician the greatest crime is ingratitude. It's just as well not to think of trouble until you are up against it. The people who have money to burn never set the world on tire. The man who rests on his lau rels finds that they are soon with ered. The spiritualist can't complain that he uever has a ghost of a show. Strange a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

OLD T1M& FATE. r.y Mil, Satan Starr Spalillng. Two shall be born the whole wide world apart. And speak in different tongues, and have no though. Kiich of the other' being, and no heed; And theee, o'er unknown seas to unknown lands iSliall cross, escaping wreck, defying dwith, And all unconsciously shape every act, And bend each wandering step to this one end lliat. one day, out of darkness they shall meet And read life's meaning in each other's eye. And two shall walk some narrow way of !it' S r.e.ir'v side by side, that should one turn f yer little space to left or right. J hev tued nest staid ftokrwiedged f.tcp to Tito. A-. yet, with wisttul m that neor meet. it !i gni'iing hand thai never e'np, nnd li'ij 1-a.iiiH a vain to ears that never hear, ' . fhrv seek errh other, ail ti-eir weary days, And died unsatisfied and this is Fate! A HERITAGE A Siory of a Birthright end a Mcrrlcsc. SIR JOSnril JUDSON. of Art.ley Hall, eat In Ills library, ab sorbed and strangely moved by some ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

SISTERS OF CHARITY Rely on Pe-nwia to Fight Catarrh, Coughs, Colds and Grip. 'rMl ' r ' Che Projrc$$;of Invention. ITT ' -.rTTy 1 1 T. leVterrrrVVfcpr TAB BROOM DISPLACED. Ia plate of "weeping by the old fnnbloned broom nnd mop, some of New York's office buildings nre now cleaned by suction of an olr current. The device, which takes the place of tho broom, is nothing but a tube wltb springs or loose parts. Assuming the window is closed, the first operation If (fv'" Jjife " J -m lower! Top 7 SISTER "BEATRIX. A letter recently received by Or. Bartman New York, reads as follows : Dr. & B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio! Dear Sir: "I cannot may too much bottles of It cured me of catarrh of the lunge of four years' ing, and I would not have been without It lor anything. Jt several Slater of eoujhs, and eolde of catarrh that it does not cure. "SISTEIl BEATRIX, Interesting Letters From Catholic Institu tions. In every country of the civilized world the Sisters of Charity are known. Not omy do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 February 1903

L:-i':'i ffrrsa'-'.it Morton's Njrd ; How T Prepare Oats for Scd. Farmers institute at Citosehoxrt j For some roasou there in not j house in Ayr township next SatV nearly so much oats raised iu j tmlay afternoon at 1 o'clock. his county as was done twenty- j Watson C. Lynch who has heou 1 years ago. Farmers in the l at llio American House. IJolli-, LHxCove say oats is not uow u ! daysburg for some time is spend- profitable crop, that the yield is ing a few weeks with his parents not what it used to bo. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lynch of this Mr. D. D. Swanger a Lurgan place. ; township, Franklin countv. farm er, lias discovered a method of i . ..... . i treating uie seeu mat Mas given i Don t forget the big sale of the personal property of Wilson Cutchall, deceased, at his late res idence iwar Clear Ridge, onThur day, February 19th, 1903. T. E. Flemiug, Executor. A "Cold Snap Social" will be IHd at the home of W. C. Mann. Snluvia, Saturday evening, F.;b rufiry 14. Proceeds for the ben otit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

wm VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSUUUG, PA.. 1 EIIKUAHV 1, 1903. NUMBER 23- JOHN T. KERR OS THE WING. A Nice Trip on the Pacific ('oust. We left Aurora, Illinois, Janu ary 0, 1908, on the Golden State Limited train for California, and traveled over prairie lands, des erts, aaud hills, canons, and mountains until we crossed Tex a, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. We did ot see any very picturesque scenery, unless it was the snow on the mountains, ' until we arrived at Red Lands, California, our first stop. There we saw the large orange, lemon aud grape fruit groves, with acres after acres, rows after rows, of the bright yellow fruit, that looks like a bank of gold in the sunlight, and as sweet as houey from the comb, when ta ken from the trees with our own hands. The eastern oranges are not to bo compared with them for juiciness aud flavor ; but they ure just as high in price. We went through the packinghouses and saw them sort and pack the oranges, lemons and grape fruit aud fill car after ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

BILLIONS IN COMMERCE TV Responsibilities ol the New Depart meat Will Be Great. GROWTH OP PER CAPITA WEALTH. Cnmmi Commercial Interests of lb United Stales and Their Rapid Qrowth Aa later fuU Commerc ( Twenty Bllloa Dollars, Eaaal to lb Eatlrt International Cam. aserc ol la World. Washington, D. C. (Special). A bul letin of the Treasury Bureau of Statis tics calls attention to the fact that the new Department of Commerce will have dealings with the largest commercial in terests of the world. Figures presented estimate the internal commerce of this country at $20,000,000, ooo, an amount equal to that of the en tire international commerce of the world, Ihe United States being first in domestic exports, in manufactures, in transporta tion and in internal commerce. In arriv ing; at this estimate of $.20,000,000,000, the bureau includes only one transaction in each article produced, while, in fact, a very large number of the articles pro dured pass through the hands of several ,.' middlem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

"GOD'S PLAN FOR US." Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. J. Wllbnr Cbapman. How the Belleven May Eiperlenca Both Joy' and Ptace, Blessing and Power A High Ideal lor Every Life. New Yon Citt. The following sermon ! one of a aeries preached by the famous rvangeiist. the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chap man. It in entitled "Uod's Plan For Ue," ind was founded on the text: "Not ai though I had already attained, either were llready perfect, but I follow after, if that ( may apprehend that for which alio I ana spprehended of Christ Jesus." Philip Diana iii: 12. God has a plan for every lifp, and when this plan is realized there is always in the experience of the believer both joy and peace, blessing and power. If any one i laving on up-and-down Christian expe rience, hot to-day and cold to-morrow, near enough to Christ to-day so that he may almost touch mm, and so far away to-morrow that he questions if he has ever been saved, this is a certain evidence that he has not allowed God to work out His plan for h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

rULTON COUNTY NEWS. 'ubh'shed Every Thursday. B. w. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. oCONNELLSBURG. PA. FEBRUARY 19, 1903. i'uMishcJ Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. .ttiVEHTISINO HATES. ; j; re or lines .1 time" I ;:-r! pilch suiiM:iiiertt Insertion... um Tt.M'rticntH inscr'cU for lean II M. fin. thun ni"i:Hh rh. ir;'t-n t:y the Manure. 3 ino. i ttmo. I yr. fourth -'oi'imD. -li.ilT :-itiiii.... i.'..Im-i: ..fl.M. f.M.Oil. 40.110. t.oo. f.10.00 noon 7S.00 :,- iri-iorti'il for le thnn II. '--i'-ri.! r;irO.-. imp your I.V CASE OF A LOST CHARITY. 'Ono of the oddest characters I i'Vt;r met while eugaged in chari-V.-A.i work,' said the secretary of an aid society iu the Detroit Free Press, 'was a certain Mr. well, Jones will auswer, although that was not his name. In the small town where 1 lived there was a shiftless family, sadly in need of help, aud I took it upon myself to sod that they were furnished mauy things that they needed in the way of household supplies. "Among those that I ap...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

FULTON COUviT NEWS. LOCAL MISCELLANY. Few mon get sore eyes looking for work. It's a good thiug to know when to stop talking. Patience is virtue, but hustle is a better ono. You don't have to eat an egg to know that it is bad. You can drive a pen, but a pen cil is generally lead. A niau can be dressed to kill without carrying a gun. Some people are always busiest when there is nothing to do. It is a reliei to meet a man who doesn't know any funny stories. You cau't keep your friends if you pe'sist in giving them away We have had some ground-hog gish weather since February 2. The man who gets to the front usually has a pull as well as a push. The funny part of some funny stories is thas they are not fun ny. Many a man has been sent on a downward career by a banana skin. A poor excuse Is better than none, but It Isn't so with poor relations. You can sometimes avoid a lot of trouble by not sayiLg what you think. The people we caa't convince are always thoso who won't listen to reason. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

HE doubt which tins Ions ' Tl rented upon George w nsh I ington's I : n si If h ancestry I seems in a fnlr way to be prise of a San Francisco man. No front stntesman tins ever proved luuie con fusing to tlie genenlftjtlMa, tlinn the Fnther of Ills Country. The history of Wnshlngtou'e life Is, of course, accurately known, but historians nil give different nnd confusing accounts of his English an cestry. One genius. Indeed, lias writ ten a big book lu which be proves very much to his own satisfaction that the Washington are directly descended from Odin, the founder of Scandinavia, who nourished B. C. 70. The nrgu MBS. niLDBd LEWIS, GEOROE WASH INGTON'S ONLY SISTER. From ft Portrait it Mrtnlnn. Kins George County, IrKiuU. tneut does more credit to Sir. Welles' Imagination than to his reasoning powers, and such fanciful myths may very well be set on one side as outside arguments. All that has been known hitherto for a certainty Is that the Washingtons were a widespread group of Fngllsh ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

TO WORKING GIRLS TREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working girl who it not trell Is cordially Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice ; it is freely given, and has restored thousands to health. nss Paine's Experience. V I Want to thank you for what you hare done for nj'e, and recommend I.ydla E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Coiiipotind to all girls whose work keeps them standing on their feet in the store. The doctor said I must atop work l he did rot seem to realize that a frirl cannot afford to stop work ing. My back ached, my appetite was poor, I could not sleep, and menstrua tion' vrasj scanty and Tery painful. One day when sufferinir I commenced to soph found -that my menstrual periods were free from pain and natural ; everyone is surprised at the change in me, jjnd I am well, and cannot be too grateful for what you hare done for SnMJ-Viss Jajm Paine, 630 West 2.th Si, New York City. $sooo forfeit ' Mutual if (ton letter proving menulneeue can Kit to promote: Take no substitut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 February 1903

Hri.'.ic for sale at Mortou's yard I'ickcd l'p In rielfast. ' s.ilc Kcu . ter. Local Institute. - 'Keep an eye on our sale Kegis-' ' Tlio' Mellott ' brothers Tom, j i Thursday, February 1,-T. K. Tho I,ocal lustitute at Need tor, j Frank and Harvey have gone to i Fleming executor f tho lust will i moro last Friday night was well limitations are out for the wed-1 ding next Weduesday evening nt t lie borne of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ke.h C. John n ton in the Cove, of Miss Nora K'cxia Johns lm to Mr. Owen Duilau, a prom incut citixou of Pittsburg, Kan sas. ( ving to tho inclement weather last Sunday, the communion ser vi.v.s in St. Paul's Reformed church wore postponed. Should 1he weather prove favorable, these services will bo held next Sunday afternoon at 2:0 o'clock; i t' uot, there will be Divine Ser vivos in the evening, at 7 o'clock. Fix the date for your sale and hnvo it entered in our Sale Regis ter both tiie News and Demo crat free when bills are printed ut either office. It a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 February 1903

Atom VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSIiURG, PA.. FEBRUARY 26, 1903. NUMBER 24. met, en 3 LAST WEEK'S ELECTION. On Account of Hud Weuther A Very Light Vote. Tho following shows the vote cast in the several townships and in the borough for the different candidates at last week's elec tion : Ayr. Judge of election, C. M. Kay, it, 40, Wm. Bishop, D, 89; in spectors, G. Iloupt Glenn, it, 88, James Gordon, d, 90; supervisors James A. Alexander, D, 41, C. J Brewer, R, 24, John S. Harr, D, 90, Samuel Mellott, D, 100; school directors, W. C. Patterson, R, 42, R. M. Kendall, R, 40, Robert Mel lott, n, 38, George Humbert, D, 87, John H. Truax, d, 89, John Steng er, D, 90; justice of the peace, J. F. Johnston, It, 53, Geo. E. Clous er, D, 75, John J. Morton, D, 83; overseers of the poor, Sanner Ray, R, 41, John J. Gordon, D, 87; auditor, A. Warriston Johnston, R, 39, Conrad Glazier, Jr., D, 89; township clerk, W. M. Kendall, R, 40, James P. Keefer, D, 86; treas urer, W. P. Sappington, 98. Election officers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 February 1903

TRYING TRACY TACTICS Iloldlac Up Farmers in Missouri. Illinois and SHERIFFS' POSSES IN LIVELY CHASE. Tws Me Who Robbed Bank at Union, Mo., Threatened lo Murder Farmers' Wives and Children Unless They Oivt Them Food Officers Locate Then at Rlcbvlcw, but they Oct Away. St. Louis. Mo. (Special). William Rudolph and Frank Lewis, the Union, Mo., bank robbers, who were located in a cabin, near Richvicw, 111., have gain escaped, and posses of citizens in addition to that of Sheriff Howe arc being formed to pursue and capture them if possible. The entire commu nity is in arms. According to reports from cominu Siities through which the robbers have passed they have adopted Tracy tac tics, intimidating farmers and threaten ing to kill pursuers. The two men converse only with women and chil dren, from whom all the details con cerning them have been learned, ex cept the general description given by a lunter who encountered them in the woods Friday. They approach a farmhouse and. standing some d...

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