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

PRESIDENT FULLER jewelers' association Threatened With Loss of Hearing, Smeli and Sight From Catarrh. Pe-ru-ita Cored Him. iOMV.KRCia KEVIEW. r . via 1 - A GREAT many remedie to tempora vilv liv Mtju-rh have been devised from time to time, lucb as sprays, snuffa, i cream and other local applications, out. b rule, the medical profession ha little or no enthusiasm in the treatment of catarrh. It is generally pronounced by them to be incurable. It therefore created a treat sensation in medical circles when Dr. Hartman an nounced that be bad devised a compound which would ure catarrh permanently. The remedy wa named Peruna, and in a short time became known to thousands of catarrh sufferer north, south, east and west. Letter testifying to the fact that Pe runa is a radical cure for catarrh began to pour io from all directions. Thousands of such letters are on fi'.e in the office of The Peruns Medicine Co. Rev. E. St'ibenvoll, Pella. Wis., writes: "I feel obliged to extend you my personal...

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. — 12 March 1903

.Brick fonsftle at Morton's yard . The April Number. , j ' Sale KcKintcr. Ivocp au"eo ou oVi sale "Regis-j " The Easter atriibspfiere pervad Thursday, March 12. D. A. ter. j es the pages of tlio April number Gillis iutending to quit farming, Frauk .Mason has a lotof prime;?" 1,10 new Idea Woman's Maga- will sell at his residence 3 miles timothy hay for sale?. ' .'..Jsino like a harbinger of Spring, northwest of McConnellsburg, Try Irwin's 1." cent Bleud of i Amr,n tne articles of especial in- Horses, Cattle, Farming imple dry roasted coiTeo. terest to be noted, are: "New Art I ments, Ac, Ac. Sale begins at in Kilvorwnro "Kw f nimnK : in n'n)..,. vi ii mi .iie in i rout, s larm west of town. Apply at Trout's drug store for price. Try Irwiu for Canned (Hoods. A large assortment of all kinds. J. Walker .Johnson, of Ayr township, has for sale 10,0t0No.l Oak Shingles, made by Wm Car baugh. - i Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and guaranteed at Ir - wiu's. Mr. Daniel E. Fore and grmd...

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. — 19 March 1903

JMtotr 10. t i VOLUME 4. McCONNLLLSIlUllG, 1A., MAltCII 10, 1903. NUMUEIt 27 AT THE TEKPLE OF JUSTICE. Court Attracts a Large Number of Visitors to the County Scat. Tlio regular March term of the Fulton county courts convened hereon Moudiiy afternoon at 2 o'clock, with President Judge S. Mo(J. Swopo and Associates L. P. Kirk and D. A. Kelson on the bench. The constables were called and presented their reports. The court instructed the clerk to call the grand jury. All re sponded to their names and were sworn. M. L. Truax, of Belfast township, was made foreman. In a lengthy charge Judge Swopo defined the dilTercnt grades of crimes aud instructed the grand jury how to proceed on the bills that would be presented for their consideration by the common wealth's attorney. The jury re tired at 2-Ao. Current business was theu ta ken up, the tirst of which was a petition of citizens of Licking Creek township for the appoint ment of an inspector of the school district. The matter was taken un...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 March 1903

PROMOTER IN THE TOILS Whltafcer Wright Takes In Charge on Hit Arrival at New York. JOANYARE THE FRAUDS CHARGED. Hits) Wright th Steamship Wi a Till Qm4 Laoklag Young Woman, Who Slid She Wat the Nice at the Prisoner Her Masse Wit ea the Pieoer Lint ai Mis F. Browse. New York (Special). Whitakcr Vright, the noted London promoter, who is accused of being concerned in colossal frauds in connection with the organization of financial corporations, a arrested here on the arrival of the French Line steamer La Lorraine, from Havre. The arrest was made by two Central Office detectives at the request of the Jondon police. Wright was taken to Jolice headquarters and later to the Tombs court, where he was arraigned kefore a magistrate and turned over to the United States authorities. He was then removed to the Ludlow street jail. Wright, when told that he was un Jer arrest, showed no evidence of cx titemcnt and said he was a friend of King Edward. His principal concern was to avoid publicity, an...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 March 1903

OID TIM&WOraTES THE HAUNTED PALACE. By KDOAB ALLAN FOR. In the greenest of our valleys By good unrein tennnted, Once a fair and stately palnce- Kadiant palace rear its head. In the monnrih thought's dominion, s It stood there; Never seraph spread a pinion Over fabric half so fair. Banners yellow, glorious, golden, On its roof did float and flow (Tliis all this was in the olden Time long ago), And every gentle nir that dallied, In that sweet day. Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, A wing-ed odor went away, Wnnderers In that happy valley Through two luminous windows sair Spirits moving musically. To n lute's well-tun-ed law, i Hound about n throne where, sitting, J'orphyrogene, In state his glnrv well befitting. The ruler of the realm was seen, ' The Longest BY NORMAN i: "I T wag a very narrow escape snld the doctor. "Crossing the harbor?" I exclaimed. "Tog." snid lie. with n laugh, then gravely, "It was my narrowest escape.' "Tell me the story," said I, much lu terested. It Wi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 March 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. .- AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. i I MARCH 19, 1903, Published Weekly. 51.00 per 1 Annum in Advance. AhVKIt I'IHIN'1 IUTKH, Vr jure or line's 3 times t M. Per ...lu-ire t-.i,-h iili-cii'ient Inani tion.... SO. A;i :iilvrrfi'ni''ntt inserted for lens thnn three moniiis rii.trk'fd by the square. K IIMIS. I 'I hum. I yr. 'fn'ii'ili ' ; .mm . -ti;t'r e.ti-run 1 f.'clilli.n . - ..V'i. J-.1i.01l. -to 110. Sf.,00. t:i".oo f '.00 ' vuo Vottiili" irwrfed frr less limn f 1. i.rofes.-,;on;il Curds one yeiir 15. UNION INSTITUTE. Held at Burnt Cabins, by the Teachers of thd Two Dub lins. A local institute composed of tin- ti'acliors of Dublin township, Fulton county, aud Dublin town ship, Huntingdon county, con venctl in the M. h. church at Uurnt ('abins, Pa., Friday even inr and Saturday, February i'7 I'.id:;. Friday evening the meeting was callud to order by Prof. K. K. Kell, aud the follow ing otticers were chosen : presi d...

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

, FULTON-GOUNTY- NEWS; t t PANAMA. ' I have never tseen poor people so poor as they are in Panama, writes a Panama correspondent oC the Cliicago Chronicle. Many of tli em do not eat bread at all be cause they canuot afford to buy it. Thoy find a cheap substitute in rico. A plautuiu which grows wild in great profusion aud which can bo obtained by little exertion and no expense is another staple article of food among tho very poor. The favorite dish among the lower classes is a sortof meat , and vegetable soup. For a few pennies they buy a handful of scraps and undesirable pieces of meat at the butcher's, which is the same class of stuff that is giv en away as dog meat at our mark ets, aud this is mixed with vegeta bles, probably the cullings from refused stuff, also, and the whole boiled into a sortof porridge. The pan or utensil containing tiiis questionable mixture will then be put upon the table more fre quently the floor and after it has cooled sufficiently tho whole fami ly will...

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

"GAMBLING" Sunday Sermon By Rev. Lyman, D. D. Albert J. Thcrt li No Such Tbinj ti Cbinc-AII Tbat There if. Is Snb)ectlv Uncertainty. ' Nrw Vohk city. At the soutb. con Credit t ion, 1 1 Church, Itrooklyn, the pastor the Uev. Albert J. Lyman, iJ. I)., prem he-d a sormon on "Common Ktliicnl lllusione CoTinrning the l'ractie-e ot Gambling." lit elected une of the Jen ('ninniiiniiinent i for his text: Kxodua 15; "i'liou (hull Lot steal." A direct pulpit .-idilrrM upon practical every day morality i exposed to one erf obvious eiiiliarr.isiiiu'iit. It is thin: Many persons leel, and with .1 great deal ot rea ;n, tha. r. .Miiulay M-rmoii, and especiull) in the motiuiiK ot the Ixird Day, ahould be a lir.iad selling forth ot religious truth in general term, elotlied in tonn suMi eieruiy el.i'ior.ite and autticieiitly artistic to he inteilretualiy nttraetive aside from tiny p.irtuuiui application. A most fitri Uinii lllusr rnt ion, perliips, of iiicli a sermon ilevoted to tlu exposition of on...

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

THE UKKAT DESTROYER SOME STARTLING FACTS ABOUT THE VICE OF INTEMPERANCE. Poem l Tha Beer Saloon A Low flroraerj Own' bjr a Chlraaro Alitarman.Whicb Colt 400, anil YlelrW Profit of 8S0,. OOO a Year .Trlkata From HI Brewer Where doe a wine man spend hii time? Not in the beer saloon. Where are we rife from vice and crime Not in the beer taloon. fzOt onc'i plodding their fatal way. Trace their norrowg to that dark day When they were tempted first to stray Into the beer saloon. Where is the role of duty learned? Not in the beer saloon. Where is the riftht to manhood earned? Not in the beer saloon. Only the slave of the pewter pot. The lover of rais and a wretched lot, The idle hand and the hopeless aot, Go to the beer saloon. Where would you seek a faithful wife? Not in the beer saloon. Where would you look for a blameless life! Not in the bepr saloon. Many a wife and maiden rare, Knew no wrone till they entered there; Many a reputation fair Lost id the beer siloon. Where can old aec its...

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

1 trick fnii mv")p at Morton's yard Isecparioyoonour sale Regis-! tor. Mr ami Mrs. A brain Wacuor'i s,...,.t' last Friday at the homo of ! II. VV. Kwing. Fnink Mason has a lot of prime j timothy hay for sale. A dauiriil'T was horn last week to Mi. and Mrs. Daniel Deshoug, of Ayr tuwnhliip. Try Irwin's 1." cent Ulcnd of dry roasted coilVo. Mrs. Khoda Mellott and Miss liuic Truax called at the News oilier Monday morning. Try Irwin for Canned Goods. A large assortment of all kinds. Mrs. II. W. Kwing, has been su tiering during the past two works from a severe attack of pleurisy. Irwin is selling California dried fruits at right prices. Henry Deshong and family who had been living in this place liming the past year have re moved to their farm near Sipcs Mill. You can save money by buying anything in the dish line at Ir win's. We have received a new stock of Dinner and Toilet Ware. If you are in need of farm imple ments, hardware, paints, oils, glass, Ac., you will be interested in readi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 March 1903

1 Supplement to the Fulton County News.' I Large PuDiic Sate i 1 J tv i a v s a. a a i- ii 4 ii. o a a a a V ON TUESDAY, MARCH 24th. 1903, AT 9 A. M. ) . lv HVin nrii1niui(vnol u-ilt unll at PuKlw nlr nf tVi (ttu I Tnnuo f Jyi ! . . f . .. il . -1 1... ii .. Jf. 1 I . j... 1 I VT. A J Connellsburg, Pa., on the above named day, the following Valuable tA f3 Personal Property, viz: j Six Bedroom Suits oak, all in good condition; large mirror, bed lounge, marble top stand, 4 rocking chairs, writing table and chair, writing desk and book case, 15 oak wash stands, 20 bod springs, 20 mattresses, 30 bed room chairs, ig 15 mirrors, sofa, sideboard refrigerator and water cooler combined, has" beeu used but a short time; 30 high-back solid oak dining room L- I f3 iTr i ni An e i tit ta I IX t- 111 II III KAII I Ik' I II I VA 1 a x-r a a iikvi a a i leather cushioned; 2 kitchen tables, 0 kitchen chairs, doughtray, washer, 3 tubs, wringer, sink, walnut sideboard, 8-quart ice cream freezer, iron ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 March 1903

Jtt mm VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSRURG, PA., MARCH 20, 1903. NUMBER 28 VALUE OF AN EDUCATION. What a Well-Known IiiNtruc tor Has to Say Ahout it. Dr. Nathan C. Shaeffer, the Superintendent of Public In struction, m an article in tho Ke firmed Church Messenger, hits the nail on tho head with charac teristic vigor. Ho says : me vaiue oi an education may also be calculated in future earn iug. A jury awarded six hun dred dollars for the killiug of a boy. The school superintendent called the award an outrage, lie declared that the value of the boy in future earning power was worth far more, to say nothing of what tho boy might have been in comfort to his father and mother Upou being asked how ho made his calculation, he replied : An unskilled laborer is glad if he can earn a dollar and a half for three hundred days. If ho is fortunate, lie may keep this up for forty years. In time ho will earn eight een thousand dollars. It is a low estimate to say that the college- orcu man earns on the averag...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 March 1903

CASTRO RESIGNS POWER President ol Veneincla Springs a New Surprise. SENDS A MESSAGE TO CONGRESS. la It Ordinary Court ol Event President CattiV Tern Would Hv Ended February 20, I908-He wit Elected Pretldenl of Veacnela la February, Last Year, For Six Year, Beflnnlnf February 20. Caracaj.Venczucla (By Cable). Presi dent Castro hat resigned. He placed his resignation in the hands of the President of the Congress after reading the Presidential message. Gen eral Castro handed over the exercise of the Presidential office to that official. Washington. D. C. (Special). Secre tary Hay received a dispatch from V. W. Russell, the United States charge d'affairs at Caracas, confirming the report of President Castro's resignation, but Stating that he doubted if the Venezuelan Congress would accept it. From an authoritative quarter it was learned that this move on the part of president Castro has long been contem ffdated. Representations were made to Jiim several months ago by leaders in Venezuel...

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. — 26 March 1903

OLD fits. GIVE ME THREE GRAINS OF CORN, MOTHER. By AMELIA BLAXUFORD EDWARDS. In the.! days, when a portion of the world ig underioina; severe fnmine, this poem, which was inspired by the pent Irish fnmine of 1840, when the potato crop failed throughout the Kraernld Isle, is of peculiar interest. (live me three (trains of corn, mother, Only three grains of corn; It will keep the little life I have Till the coming of the morn. I am dying of hunger and cold, mother Pying of hunger and cold; And half the agony of such a death "; My lips have never told. It bas gnawed like a wolf at my heart, mother 'A wolf that is fierce for blood j All the livelong day, and the night beside. Gnawing for lack of food, I dreamed of bread in my sleep, mother. And the sight was heaven to see; I woke with an eager, famishing lip, , But you had no bread for me. How could I look to you, mother How could I look to you ' 1 j For bread to give to your starring boy, ' When you were starving, too! i For 1 read the...

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. — 26 March 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS.I Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. MARCH 26, 1903. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. tnVCHTIXIMit KATES. IVr qu;ir or llns 3 time II M. IVr j irirn imi'Ii uhiijunt Insertion.... t AU iiilwrtiM-mi-ntH Inverted for lewi than three months cluttveU by the quare. 3 mos. ..IS.il. .. 40.11). num. .n on. (OH). fiA.OO. ftne-fo'irth eolunin . Onp-h:i f eor.mm ')!ie Column . J i.OO MOO I ;-i.oo Noth nir Insert en for less thun 91. i. rofessionul Cards one year .V IN KENTUCKY. At :i banquet givi-n tt) the Legislu ttiro of Kentucky, Judgf M ill ijran. of r.t xiiitun, responded w ith a toat as follows : The moonliirlit is the softest In Kentucky. Summer days comes oftonest In Kentucky. Friendship is the trongct, Love's fires glow the longest, Yet, a wrong is always wrongest, In Kentucky. The sunsliine's ever brighest The breezes whisper lightest In Kentucky, l'lain girls are the fewest, Maidens' eyes the bluest, Their ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 March 1903

FULTON . COUNTY NEWS. EARTH GROWS SMALL. Time and Space Annihilated by Modern Methods. Measured by the yardstick. says Robert B. Armstrong in the National Magazine, the world to day is as great as in the days of the Pharaohs. A hundred, years ago it still retaiued that formida ble girth. To day, measured by the hour glass, the planet lias shriveled into a mere miniature of its former self. Under the compressure of electricity, steam and steel bridges a spectacle is presented of practical time and space annihilation. Seas have been dried up, conti nents pushed together and is lands wedded that this might be. Nations once isolated are now in earshot of one another, and the markets of all peoples line a sin gle street. American wheat fields are days, not months, away from British bake shops. French wines are hours, not weeks, removed from American dinner tables. New York is on the outskirts of London, and Par is is not a block away. Deep sea cables and laud wires hem the buyers and sel...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 March 1903

AN ELOQUENT SERMON By Dr. Cliark-s H. FnrkhLsf, Psslor ol Aladison Fqutre Church. "Growing In th: lhinjs of ihe kirgdom ot Ood ' Tin Uca Lies C:o.- o the l-oca-dalloo of It. Stslrm ol Ad.n:n.trct.cn. "Kf.w Yodk I itt. Dr. Charles fl. Park hurst, pastor of the Madison Square Pres byterian Church, preached Sunday morn inn on "Growing in the Thing of the Kingdom of God." The text wu from II. I'eter iii: 18: "Grow in grace and in the? knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ." t To grow; growing in the things of the kingdom of God; that in our matter this morning. It i a great Bible word, "grow" is; particularly a great gospel word. The word incarnate the idea of life, and of life that is swelling, crowding apart the shell and crushing up m th direction of becoming a tree; knocking down walla and breaking forth into territory outlying. "I em come tint they might have life and that they niixht have it more abundantly," more and more of it. life doubling and quadrupling upon itself....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 March 1903

DISGUISED CATARRH Stealthy, Insidious, Weakening Enemy to Women Many Thousand Women Suffer Needlessly From This Cause. There ara a multitude of women, epe eially housewives, end ell other women obliged to be. on their feet constantly, who ere wretched beyond description, Simply because their strength end vitality i tapped away by catarrhal discharges from the pelvie organ. These women get up in the morning tired, drag themselves through their daily duties tired, only to go to bed at night as tired as before. Mrs. Barthn, 198 East 14th Street, J. T. City, N. Y., writem "I infferert for three year with what In generally known as l.ncorrhaa. In connection with ulceration ox the womb. The doctor advocated an opera, tlon which I dreaded very much, and strong lr ohjected to go nndar It Reading of the value of Parana, I thnnght. tt best to give this well-known remedy a trlsil. no I bought tires bottles of It at once. . Sow I am- a chanKod Woman. Parana cured me; It took nine bottles, but I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 March 1903

I S rick for sale at MorUiu's yard Keep u o 011 our sale Regis ter. Frank Mason has a lot of prime timothy hay for sale. Money to loan in lots of not less than 20 for my clients, M. IS. Shaffneh. Wantkd. Five representatives either sx, iu Fulton and adjoin in? founties. I'leasaut employ ment. Guaranteed salary 50.00 per month. Address, liox !H, Station D, Pittsburg, Pa. Rev. A. D. MeClosky, pastor of tin' M. K. church of this place, is . in Alloona attending the annual session of the Central Pennsylva nia Conference. Brother MeClos ky has served as pastor hero dur ing the past two years, and is held iu high esteem by the public generally. We shall bo glad to m'o him return. Attention is called to tho adver tisement of John W. Greathead iu which he offers at public sale a valuable property in McCouuells burg on THURSDAY, MARCH "li, l'.io;), at 1 o'clock p. in. P.y some unaccountable hook or crook wo made the ad last week say Saturday, 21st. Desirable Corner Property For Sale. Diagona...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

mm VOLUME 4. McCOXNELLSlSUltG, PA.. APRIL 2, 11)03. NUMBER 29 First of April Changes. William Comeror moves from the Harry Comerer's farm in Ayr township into the Uncle Jake Runyau property at the south west corner of town, which is va cated by Charles Stech who goes into the Daniels house opposite M. N. Shimer, and by Elliott Smith who goes into the Adam Boomer property (the old baud room converted into a dwelling.) This house is vacated by Virgil Sipes who goes into the Mrs. Cleveuger building, which in turn is vacated by P. P. Mann who goes into one of Tom Comerer's new houses on Walnut street now va cated by Samuel Glass, Mr. Glass goes iuto the half of the new building erected in the extension during the past year for Jacob Uykes. James Vores goes into the other half of that house from the Mrs. Logan property on North First street. t D. A. Gillis came in from the farm in Tod township, and moved into Johnny Magsam's new house at the forks ot the pike, which was vacated by Ed Gri...

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