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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 February 1903

"THE FPU REWARD" Sanaa? Sermon By Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman. Tb Spirit thai It Needed la lb Chorea How to Whi Iba Crows Which It lacorrapllbl New PUa af Salvarloa, ' New Yon Citt. Tha distinguished evangelist, the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chap man, in the author of the following sermon entitled "The Full Reward," which wai preached from the tent, "Every man that strlveth for the mattery ia temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a cor ruptible crown, but we an incorruptible. But I keep my body under, and bring it into tubieclion, leat that by any rneana, when I have preached to other, I myself should be a castaway." 1 Cor. ix: 23, 27. Paul, in the figure of apeech, ia on the race courae. He ia striving to reach the goal an J win the prize. Here, therefore, it ia not a question of life, but entirely a question of awards. He fa not writing to the unregenerate, but to the children of God. He eays: "I will keep under my body, Jest I ahall become n castaway. The won! "castaway" in t...

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. — 26 February 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. ' B.' W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. FEBRUARY ,26 1903. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AliVr.llTl.SIKa HATCH. Per unre or lines 3 times Per nomtre eueh Hiinseiiuent Insertion. All advertisements inserted for leu thre njonih ch:r,red ly the sijuare. .11 M. . fO. than II mos. Umiw, I yr. nue-fourtii enltinm.. One-ri:ilf O'tl'j'im One Colmn-i .HR.no. . AVXI. .. 10.00. tJO.OO. 10.00 40.00. :p).no MOO. rs.00 Nothiiu' inserted for less than It. Professional Curds one year 16. Jurors. ' List of jurors drawn to serve at March term of court at Mc Cormollsburg, beginning Monday March 10, 1I03 at - o'clock P. M. (iUANI) JL'ltY. Avu. Frank Duffy, Charles Nesbit, Abner McLucas. Bklfast. M. Truax, Frank Lay ton. Brush Crkkk. T. II. Akers, Dlhux. (J. W. Comerer, Ir win Cook, James Stevens. McCox x kllshukg V alentine Houpt, C. C. Bender. Lilkixu Crkkk. Geo. W. Mel lott, Jolinson Wilson, W. Scott Brant. Iaylor. John ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 February 1903

I Z ULTON COUNTY NEWS. .OBITUARY. " . ' Mrs. Kunn Sowers, wife of George SoWers, died at her liotno in Ayr township February 3, 1J03, aged 53 yearn, 6 months and 3 days. Her maiden name wasMan speaker. Slio was married to George Sowers in 1872. To them wore born two sons and four daughters, namely, Hayes, at Broadtop City, Mrs. Flora Walk er of Franklin county, Mrs. Lillie Wonder, of MoOou noils burg, Til lie and Frank at home, and one daughter died some years ago. Slie was happily and savingly con verted at a mooting held by the writer a number of years ago at K )ck Hill school house, aud unit ed with the Methodist Episcopal church, aud in that faith she lived and died. The rule of her life was that laid down by the Savior "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you do ye even so to them." She always tried to know the rirht aud do it as near as she possibly could. Interment was made at the Union cemetery in the Cove. Funeral services were to have boon conducted by the writer, bu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 February 1903

THE FOOTPATHS. By M AKTHA WOLCOtT HITCHCOCK. Away anil away I them wind whenever I abut my ever. (.ike delicnte countless threads to bind nor manifold destinies, For over the circling world they go where dominant man 1ms gone. And the human tide in its ebb and flow the way of ita will has worn. The rigid highways straightly pass by the fields unreconciled, But the wanton path over dimpling grass escapes like a joyous child; for nature tenderly dock the way that leads to her secret heart As a mother woiiM tempt her babo essay the first feiv steps apart. And tl'o footp.i'lii iljnce over hilltops cool, dividing the golden hroom, Loviniiy nrarr.ig the i en-efid pool and the l.a:u:iii!:g clover biooui. Fern-waves c'envine in woodland dcens (with tha tiiru.'li and the vecrie near) Where the lnveiv f.igu? of the wild flowers . kec-pi its rhythm thto'out the year. A Hero An Involuntary Trip Into a Fever-Stricken Country. By A. S. IT Is said tli.it every uinn ban a blind spot In lils eye. So...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 February 1903

THE PINKHAM CURES 1TTRACTUG GREAT ATTESTIOJ AS05Q THuma mm. Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 E. 114th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes timony to the hundreds of thou sands on Mrs. Pinkham's files. "When Lydia E. Pinkham's Reme dies were first introduced skeptics all over .the country frowned upon their curative claims, but as year after year has rolled by and the little group of women who had been cjifed by the new discovery has since grown into a vast army of hundreds of thousands, doubts and skepticisms have been swept away as by a mighty flood, until to-day the great good that Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and her other medicines are doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading scientists, physicians and thinking people. Merit alone could win such fame ; wise, therefore, is the woman who for a cure relies upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compo und. RUNNING FOR COVER. THE ORICINAL OILED CLOm IN HACK AW fTLLOV ; WILL COVER YOU lift) KfFD YAH...

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. — 26 February 1903

Brick for sal&at Norton's f ard William Wink of Belfast left some cash with us Tuesday. Keep an eye on our sale Regis-" ter. Mr. aud Mrs. Shoemaker of Cliatnbcrsburg, stopped at the Cooper House on Monday. Fix the date for your sale aud have it entered in our Sale Regis ter both the News and Demo crat free when bills are printed at either office. Mr. Sidney Gittins of West minster College is here this week to attend the Dnnlap Johnston wedding. Judge Morton was in town Tuesday for the first time in three weeks. lie had been housed up with grippe. Miss Maria Dickson Alexander entertained quite a number of her friends on the evening of the twenty-lifth of February, her eleventh birthday. S24.00 A WEEK 8ALARV and all expenses, including rig, for man to advertise Pepo-Phos-phato Poultry aud Stock Tablets iu this locality. Pepto-Phosphate Co, Parsons, Kan. Summer Normal School at liar- lisonvillc. To begin April 27, 1903, and continue for 6 weeks. Tuition 50 cents per week. Good boar...

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 March 1903

1 fmtffli A III il VOLUME 4. McCONM-LLSBUUG, PA.. MARCH 5, 1903. NUMBER 25. TEACHERS' MINIMUM SALARY. Directors May Pay More, but They Must Not I'ny Less, than a Month. The bill fixing the minimum teachers' salary at $35.00 a month passed the House at Harrisburg last week by an almost unani mous vote. Kirk of thia county, Alsip of Bedford, and a few oth ers opposed the bill, but they had to staud a good deal of guyiug from their follow members. The teachers are smiliug and the tax payers' are frowning. Below we give an abstract of Mr. Kirk's speech against the bill. "I appreciate the import and sig nificance of this piece of legisla tion, fixing the minimum salary of teachers at 35.00 per month. It is not my purpose, however, in opposing this bill to cast any re llectiou upon the stability and elasticity; the marvelous growth and development of the public school system of our great State. I protest against the character ization of certain school boards, as was done yesterday on this...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 March 1903

CAUSED BY LANDSLIDES Three Killed and Twenty-Five Injured la Railroad Wreck. SERIOUS DISASTER ON THE SOUTHERN. Trala Plunge! Dowa a Steep Embankment Other Fait Trains Hid A Lucky Escape Was Caused by Freshets Plucky Engineer, Kcallilai That Death Was Near, Refused to Teach Whiskey. Knoxville, Tenn. (Special). The fast passenger train, Chattanooga to Sal isbury, leaving Chattannogi at II. 45 p. tn., was wrecked about tlircc and a hall miles west of Lenoir city, Tenn., on the Southern Railroad about 2 o'clock a. tn. The wreck was caused by spread ing of the rails. Three were killed and 25 injured. The wreck occurred on the top of m steep embankment, and the tram plunged down this. The locomotive went within .10 feet of the Tcncee Tiver. Four of the coaches were tele scoped and partially piled upon the engine. Three coaches were burned outright. The Cincinnati Southern train from Chattanooga to Cincinnati, was traveling behind the ill-tatcd train, it having to conic by way of Knox vill...

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

"POVERTY AND VIETY." ifmJmy Samoa By Rer. James Alexaa tfer JenMtu. FarifricMng Mercy of dod. ' New York City. "Poverty and Fiety'J inn the subject of thin sermon delivered by the Rev. James Alexander Jenkins, pastor of Immanuel ConsTC-rational Church. His text wax chosen from-Matthew zi: A: "The poor bavt the gospel preached to them." The word a of our text conatitute part of the reply of Jesua to John when He aent two of His disciples with the anxious ques lion, "Art Tbou He that ahould come or do we look for another?" In thia reply the Master aaaumes that John ia familiar with the character of the work of the ex pected One, ao He aets before the messen gers Hia own work a meeting the require menta. The blind aee, the lama walk, the lepers are cleanaed, the deaf hear, the dead are rained up, "the poor have the goapel preached to them." The preaching of the goapel to the poor may be regarded a only an evidence of the far reaching mercy of the great God, but it may also be retarded ...

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 March 1903

MILTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 6. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. MARCH 5, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. INVEHTHINU HATKS. IVr -nt'iirc or line .1 times ft ftO. I'er v. i in- cmi-Ii Mibvenucnt Insertion.... fto. All :i'lvtuu',ii.int' Inserted for lesa Iban tliri-e inonths riiaiiM-d l,y the square. II nios. ..Jis.or). . . '.'.l.on. .. 4i .00. timos. I yr 'MH?fo'ir'h t'itluain.. flfit'-h1. f ''nlumn One U. 'iinn I-JO.0O. 40.00. Sft.OO. I Hi N'otliint: Inser'cd for less than 11. Professional Card one year IS. FAULT-FINDING. Several years ago there travel ed round iu the newspapers a lit tle item about a quaint epitaph which was said to have been found iu a remote village churchyard, but perhaps originated in the mind of some industrious and im aginative writer. The legend on tho tomb of tho father of the fam ily, inscribed by the direction of 'his widow, was ; "lie made home pleasant." it requires a fortu nate assemblage of good q...

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. — 5 March 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. RATES OF POSTAGE 100 YEARS AGO. LICKING CRK, The following were the rates of postage in this country in the year 1800: Every letter compos ed of a single sheet of paper con veyed not exceeding forty inilos, eight cents; over forty miles and uot exceeding 150 milos, twelve nudone half cents; over 150 miles and not exceeding 300 miles, sev enteen cents; over 300 miles and not exceeding 500 miles, tweuty cents; over 500, twenty five cents. Every letter composed of two pieces of paper, double those rates; every letter composed ot throe pieces of paper, triple these rates; every lotter composed of four pieces of paper weighing one ounce, quadruple these rates, and at the rate of four single letters for each ounce any letter or pack et may weigh; every ship letter originally received at an office for delivery, was six cents. And there was little change for the better in the rates of postage un til the advent of the administra tion of President Polk. Pittsburg. Dear Edi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 March 1903

OID TIMfc CANST THOU FORGET? Ily ORACB f 't r at I Vi n I f anvmA ?tra Jane Lippincott, better known in literature in "firnce Greenwood," th name under which hor publications have appeared, wan born in l'ompcy, Onondaga County, New York. September '.El, 1823. Her maiden nnme was Sara Jane Clarke, which wta ch.mgii by her marriage with Mr. Lcandtr K. Lippincott, of Philadelphia, - . ..u, I'll, U 1, ill.L-ll 11 From out the ahaclowy culma of doubta and ilreann, To know love's perfect stmiixht round us breaking, loathing our beings in it g'.orioua glcama Canst thou forget' A 1;y of ro.e and gold wna o'er u glowing. Around us was the mornintr hcenth nf M.iv: Then met our soul-tides, thence together Howinit, Then kiaed our thought-wave, mingling on their lanm inou lorgei. Cant thou forget when tint thy loving finger Laid gently back the lock upon my brow? Ah, to my woman's thought that touch "till lingorj And aoftly glidca along my forehead now. Canst thou forget? Canst thou forget when ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 March 1903

On the Tr of Hr;ht' Dlmu A Onlnlt Cars That Lasted. CASE NO. ao.Cn. C. K. Boles, dealer In groin anU feed, COS South Water treet, Akron, O., ntado tho following statement In 18!)0; lie said: "Ever since the Civil Wnr I have hnd nttnclis cf kidney and bladder trouble, decid edly worse during the last two or three years. Although I consulted physi cians, some of whom told me I was verging on Brlghl's disease, and I was continually tislng standard remedies, the excruciating aching Just across the kidneys, which radiated to the shoul der blades, still existed. As might be expected when my kidneys were In a disturbed condition, there was a dis tressing and Inconvenient dlfllculty with the action of tho kidney secre tions. A box of Donn'g Kidney Pills, procured at Lamparter & Co.'g drug store, brought such a decided change within a week that I continued the treatment. The last attack, and It was particularly aggravated, disappeared." Throe Tears After. Mr. Boles says in ISO'J: "In the...

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 March 1903

Brick for sale at Morton's yard ! Keep an eye on our sale Regis tor. Dr. West is attending a pro-re-na t.i meeting of presbytery at Harrisburg this week. Kev. Keeue of llustontown was in McConuoll.sburg last Friday ... 1 . i . .... i Mr. Howard C. Zimmerman in Hancock. , . ! r i. uie uaie xor your sale ana 1 .. . . , . r, , ... . , ter both the News and Demo- , f , .... . crat free when bi s are printed . .,, 1 at either ollice. x.iu i.au. ocK linage company , reoruary i, declared a semi-nn- uual dividend of -1 per cent. An increase of 1 per cent, over the usual dividends. Attention is directed to the new advertisement of Hancock's hustling merchant, T. J. Wiener, found on the 5th page of this pa per. Will F. Ilendrickson, formerly editor and publisher of theOster buifc News, which was recently destroyed by lire, has accepted a position on the editorial force of tlio Altooua Gazette. March 1st Charles S. Keel took possession of the old Barton House, having rented from Edwin I Jushon...

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. — 12 March 1903

I t 1 r r VOLUME 4. McCOXNl-LLSKUKG, PA., MAKCII 12, 1903. NUMBER 20. IN THE HALLS OF LEGISLATION. nil Is of Local Interest Introduced Last Week. A PENSION FOR TEACHERS. Representative White, of Lack awanua, ou Tuesday of last week introduced a bill in the House at Ilarrisburg providing a State pension for teachers after thir ty years of service. It pro vides that all teachers in pub lic schools who have made teach ing a life profession and have giv en thirty years' service to the State in their capacity as teach ers shall be entitled to a pension, to be paid out of the State Treas ury, if at the expiration of the period they become mentally or physically incapacitated for fur ther service. It is further pro vided that the minimum pension shall not be less than one-third of their average monthly salary for the last five years preceding their retirement. TO COMPEL YOU TO VOTE. Civic pride will be made com pulsory upon persons of voting ago if the bill introduced in the House by Repre...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 March 1903

SIX PEOPLE ARE BURNED Uaiecasut la the West Virginia Mining Towo of Lelter. CAUSED BY THE EXPLOSION OF LAMP. Tba Bowta Was Frame Slruclur tod Burn t Wltk Qrtit Rapidity Nothing la tb mm Wat Saved, and the Sleeping In states Awekt t Find the Lower Part el lb Seractar ta Blast. Elkins, W. V. (Special). In tlie training; of a double luntc at I-citcr, a mining town below Elkins, six persons aunt known to have lost their lives and several were badly injured. It i believed by some that seven per sona in all lost their lives one other man Icing missing. The house was occupied on one side by Thomas Coughlan and on the other by Silas Finley. They kept a hotel together. The fire was first discovered in. Miss Coughlan'! room and is believed to have km caused by the explosion of a lamp. The flames made such headway that the lmilding collapsed a few moments after the blaze was detected. Those who did escape barely had time to do so. There were 14 persons in the house. Mr. Anderson was foreman of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 March 1903

OLD TIM& LONGING. lit JAMI'i llUSSULt. LOVtKLt. Of nil the myrind moods of mini!, Tlct through (lie soul came thronging. Which wns c'or so denr, so kind, So beautiful ns lonRina? The thiiii? we long for that we nro For one transcendent moment, Before the present poor and bure Can make its sneering comment. Still, through our paltry stir and ntrifo (tlnn-n down the wished ideal. And longing mold in clay what life Curves' in the marble real. To let the new life in, we know, Desire must ope the portnl; Perhaps the longing to be so Helps make the soul immortal. r THE HERMIT OF THE FLATS. TIT HERE he lived nmld the teem I , ing humaulty of the front nnd populous city, with the noise "J" nnd bustle of traffic nnd hum of human voice!) always buzzing through his solitude, yet always alone and lonely, n hermit of the flats. The men of his acquaintance spoke to him or nodded cheerily across the res taurant tables, but ho wns conscious of divergent Interests, so he never encouraged their f...

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. — 12 March 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. MARCH 12, 1903. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AHVKKTIS1 Nil KATRS. 1'i-r square of lines 3 times II M. 1'rr xjnartr e;i''h NUhvoituent Insertion... A!l mi vi't t iM'rnnts triM'rteil fur lesa three nuir.th'. eliitnred ly the square. V). than :i mo. .lf '". . am. .. 40.10. I vr. : '.no h MM 5 .00 f ru-f)irUi enliiinn. One-h;iif e.iumm.... m" '-'luiiin J-.i no. I 4ii.m. I K'i.00. No'rilliL' Insert ed for levs th.in (1. L. rofe.ss.oual Cards one year K. A VAP OF WOOD. A map of Oklahoma and Indian Territory, showing all . political divisions and the priucipal water coursos, made entirely in mar iiotry of forty-three kinds of the various woods indigenous to the two .Territories, is a standing at traction on the floor of the Lower House of the Oidahoma Legisla ture. It is handiwork of S. O. Moreland, of Shawnee, a stone mason with no technical knowl edge of cabinet work, an...

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. — 12 March 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. LOCAL MISCELLANY. We are Marching on. It is no crime to bo rich. This is the mad month of March The breezy talker is sometimes all wind. Charity is sometimes a matter of publicity. ' The sharper a man is the hard er it is to flatter him. The Republican State conven tion will bo held on May 27. The burglar takes things for granted, or any other old way, Lending money and borrowing trouble are often synonymous. Worry over money matters kills the rich ns well as the poor. Few men have more of any. thing than they want, except faults. Even the strong arm of the law cannot arrest the flight of time. Even the thermometer has been known to take a drop too much. Lent is pretty slow, consider ing the fact that it is a fast sea son. If it wasn't for curiosity there would be no monkeying with the buzz saw. The busiest man is usually the happiest. And he is also the healthiest. Grip is very prevalent in this community. Some of the cases are serious. You Cin always tell a man...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 March 1903

"THE tNDOF Titir Sunday Sermon By the Rev. Di. David James Durrcll. OlKoarMi Inslructivelr on a Them: Tint lo Lett Eloquent Mouthi Might Seem Thread bare Economize Fragments ol Time. Nfw VotiK City. The Hev. I)r. David J.imcs Iturreil. p.ntor of the Marble Colle giate Church. Fifth avenue anil Twenty ninth street, preached on "The Knd of Ti..:e." lie took his text from Hevelfitions x: fl anl C: "Antl the angel which 1 law st:md upon the sea ami i:pon the eirth lifted np his bind lo heaven. nnl nr l.v Him fh.if lit-crh :.irpvi-r and ever, who n'eatcd l.envcn, and the thinrs that therein I re, and t'ie drill, an. I the tiling tlmt I therein are. iml ihp mm. anil th.- things which arc therein, tlu. there should be time no looser. " Our theme h a trifle tiirvadoare, but per haps none the less profitable on that ac count. It is an easy matter to make a ho-.nilv on tini. but not all homilies are as muc h to tlie point a-i that of the co ir; jes ter decqilus: "(load morrow, fool,' quoth I....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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