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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 April 1903

-DOING THE WILL OF GOD" Seuday Sermon By the Rev. Jolir Ersklne Adams. Ciflihif (he Profound Purpose Which Anl ailed the Life and labors of our Lord Danger! of Spirit of Mnlerinll m. Nkw Yourc Citv. "Djing the Will of firxl" was ill!? subject of tli? sermon preached Sunday illuming by tho ltcv. John kint' Adaii. pastor of the l!o. Mrort I'rrshylerian (.'liiireh. Ho tool; a hi text .lohn 4: HI. "Mv nirnt is to do the will nf 1 1 tin th.it rent Mo, and to finish Ill work." Mr. A'l.ims said : J'hfTC U'ord.4 cxprc the profound pur pose hkh aniinatr.l the life and Inborn of our l.onl. Ho In been uiiragnd in that wonderful cmi-ration with the sinful woman nf S. imam, and to her lie h- un folded truth whuh have in part at least, been bepi mi to tlii hnir even from His fut'' fit I follower. Thtiiir which had been hnldi'ii from the wise a ml prudent are re vealed unto lulu-. Sumo nt the mn.t won lerml ttmli tint -It'ius uttered were to pinners; a-mio nf the most sra-ioiis prom ne to th ml- "...

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. — 16 April 1903

The troubles we most rctrrct are oft but the shadows falling before great blessings on their way to meet us. One bad example can undermine the effect of several years of good preaching. ayrm. i i Half- Sick " I first used Ayer's Sarssptrllla In the fall of 1848. Since then 1 have taken it every spring as a blood purify In r and nerve strengthening medicine.'' S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans. If you feel run down, are easily tired, if your nerves are weak and your blood is thin, then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It's a regular nerve lifter, a perfect blood builder. u.m stout.. AiidRuuti. Atk tout doctor what ho think of Awrt SariApurtllft. H know nil about thl, grand old family meillrlne Follow his advice aud wewlll u mtliflcd. Stands fcr Union Metallic Cartridges. It s!so rtar.ds for uniform rhcctlr-fj end tatls factcry remits.. Act- . r.TT tjr n ARROW snd KITRO CLUB Smokeless Shct Shells. 1 The Union Metallic Carlrichjs Co., CIDGEPORT, CONN....

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. — 16 April 1903

' Notice ad for "hark Wanted" at Saltillo. .Set 11 S. Pattersou's ad for Wire fence. I Vices next week. Klliott liny is speudiug some time down on tlio Eastern Shore of Marjliiud. A litllo girl ciiino last week to bless tho homo of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry ( ! ress of this place. Edward S. Tail of Washingtou, I). C, au editor of ability and ex perience, lias been added to the staff of tho Everett Kepublican Insurance-man Shaffuer on Monday morning handed over to Will Nosbit aud W. S. Alexander chteks cWeriuff the amount of liability to each in tho loss by the fire of the 4th iust. Kev. C. II. Shull will preach at Asburg next Saturday evening at 7 : ;'; at Siloam Sunday morn ing at 10; at Ebeuezer at 2 P. M., and at Autioch at 7 : 30 Sunday evening. Notice. On account of the inclemency of the weather the auction at D. Edward Fore's store at Knobs ville has beeu postponed until Saturday evening, llh inst., at C:iM. ' ' To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxativo Uromo Quinine Tablets. All . dr...

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. — 23 April 1903

VOLUME 4. McCGNNELLSBURG, PA., APRIL 23, 1903. NUMBER 3 2 CROSSED THE LINE. KEEP OFF THE GRASS. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS. HARYEST OF DEATH. ON THE EASTERN SHORE. THE ROAD BILL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. V. Fraker and Seven Otlierti on an Outing into Canada. We "started from Caudo, North Dakota, on the 18th of last Octo ber on a little camping expedi tion. Our object in taking this outing was, principally, to relieve ourselves of "that tired feeling" resulting from the threshing and microbe breeding season. Leaving our farms about 9 o' clock a. m., we reached the inter national line about 2:30 p. m. To mark this very important boun dary we found only an iron post about 4i feet high, 8 inches square at the base, and 6 at the top. On the south side, running lengthwise of the post, was the inscription, "Convention of Lon don," and on the north side, "Oc tober 20, 1818." After scrutinizing the post un til our curiosity was satisfied, we all jumped over it leap-frog style from the United States i...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

WARSHIPS TO GO TO KIEL Government Wants to Please Emperor William. GERMANY FELT MICH SLIGHTED. Harsh Criticism io the Oermsn Press Which Espressed Indignation Because (he Euro peaa Squadroo Had Been Ordered to Oreet President Loubct at Marseilles Alter De clining a Number ot Ocrmaoy's Invitations. Washington, D. C. (Special). From the highest official quarters it is learn ed that the criticisms in a tew German newspapers directed against a supposed declination of the Navy Department here to send an American naval squad ron to Kiel this summer are based on a complete misunderstanding of the sit uation. The facts are explained as fol lows: No set and formal invitation from the German government to send an Amer ican squadron to Kiel was ever re ceived. But through semiofficial channels in timations did reach Washington that the German Emperor would be pleas id to have the North Atlantic Squad ron stop at Kiel during the naval dem onstration. Tailing that, it was in the same informal wa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

"INCREASE OF FAITH" Sunday Sermon By the Rev. Dr. Quincy Ewlng. Shows How Thti Becomes the Prayer of Ca Souls When the World's rer.l.xlllts Bear Down Upon Vt. Vr.w YoltK ClTV. The Her. Quinry Ewing, of ft. Jnmes' Episcopal Church,, (ireenvillc. Minn., who was (t one time un; dcr consideration for one of the important pulpit of Brooklyn, recently preached a thoughtful sermon on "Increase of Faith. . Mr. Kwing took hi text from T.uke xvii: g: "Lord, increase our faith." In the course of the nermon he said: Wo do not know why precisely the disci pies should have made this request nt this, particular time. Jesus had just said to them: "If thy brother trespass cjainst thee rebuke him, and if he repent, forgive him, and if he trespass against thee seven times in a day. and seven times in a dav turn' to thee, saying, 'X repent.' thou shalt forgive him." Then very abruptly comes from them the request, "Increase our faith." l'ossililv there was some tone of impatience in their voices as they...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

FULTON COUNT Y NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. APRIL 23, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AtlVKHTINinO BATES. Per square of line 8 time Per square euoh ultequent Insertion..., All advert iienx-nts Inierted for 1cm three month charged by the square. II M. ho. than 3 mo Smm, I yr , One-fourth enhmin fl oo. One-h:Wf column on. One Column 40.00. IJO.W). 4i(i0. M.OO. .00 MOO ?.V00 Nothing Inserted for lew thBn II. Professional Cards one year 8ft. PROMINENT PEOPLE. I Ik' engagement I announced of Jan K ul ik, the violinist, to Count ess Marianne Csuky. inscn s one personal vanity centers on his hair, whieh lie loves to keep in artistic disorder. inesiman or Turkey likes sports and the theatre. He is well versed in the Kuropean drama. Much of the popularity of the King of Norway and Sweeden is due to his perfect accessibility to all his sub jects. President Loulwt has arranged to visit Algeria in April. He will make a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ALL SORTS OF PARAGRAPHS. A yacht can stand on a tack in silence, but a man isn't built like a yacht. Beauty is only skin deep, but that's deep enough to satisfy any reasonable man. One half the time past noon is equal to the time to midnight. What is the time? Place twelve matches to form four equal'squares. Then change three matches and have three lie ''Are you good at conun drums?" She "Yes." lie "Well, here is one; . 'If I were to propose to you, what would you say?' " Remember that when you're right you can afford to keep your temper, and that when you're wrong you can't afford to lose it. Customer (at a restaurant) Can I see the proprietor? Waiter Very sorry, sir, but he's just stepped out to lunch. Bragg "I was knocked sense less by a cricket ball two years ago. " The Boy in the Corner "When does yer expeck ter get over it? Say less than the other fellow and listen more than you talk, for when a man's listening he isn't telling on himself, and he's 'flat te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

OLD TIM& " THERE IS There versos v,-iri written by .T. T,. Me freer)', nn Iowa editor, and were fit nt null tishfd in Arthur's Home Mignziiip of Julv, I8H3. Shortly nftrr thin tlie Farmers' Ad ror.ite, published in ('liirn.n, printed an irtiele written by Kuaene Itulmer, who Haw Bt to attach the pnem to the end of it. A Wisconsin eilitor clipped the poetry and credited it to K. Huliner. Another editor ihnu-!it "m" should be "" ami credited It to K. liuluer, and in time K. Mulwer was runsfnrmeil into Kdwnrd llulwer. Lord I.y'.ton. Afier n chase of nearly twenty 5vo years Mr. Mcf'rocrv was able to catch jp with the lie and nail it fast. Ho is now siilely known as the author. There is no death! the stars bo down To rive upan some other shore, 4 ml linirht in heaven's jeweled crown They shine forevcrmorc. There is no death! the forest Icavei Convert to lire tlie viewless air; The ricks (li-uriianize to feed the hunyy niosg they bear. There is no ilr.-uh! the dust we trc.id Mnll chan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

mf4 " The fj Vjfmf 7 LATEST' tyulljNEVy FASHION New York City. Tucks of all widths mil nrrnnged In every possible way nro "icon upon the latest gowns find wnlsts iikI are ns charming as they are fu.ia- MIHHK8 TUCKED WAIST. tollable. The very pretty May Mantou ivalst shown suits young girls to a aleety and Is appropriate for nil the soft and pliable fabrics now In vague. I'lio original Ih umdo of white batiste n-lth trimming of Voleuelennies laee I ml Is well suited to confirmation, to graduation and to general summer near, but soft wools and simple silks ire equally effective. Tlio lining enn Do used or omitted ns best suits the lintci-inl. The waist consists of smoothly fitted lining, the front and the backs. The front Is tucked to yoke depth only, and forms soft folds below, but the backs ire tucked for their entire length, l'ho trimming Is arranged on Indicated lines. The sleeves are tucked for several Inches below the shoulders, then fnll free and are widened to form ihe soft fu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 April 1903

Road tlio lincket store's now ad. James H. Mellott of Pleasant Ridge was au agreeable raller at this ollico Monday. Mr. W. L, Xace of Carlisle, spent from Saturday evening till Monday morning in this place. The regular May Meeting will be held at the Sideliug Hill Bap tist churc h on Saturday and Sun day, May 2nd and !id. The 1. O. S. of A is having a boom down at Needmore. There were eight members initiated last Saturday evening and several ap plications pending. John A. McEwen, foreman of the Mereersburg Journal offiro, is spending a week on this side of the mountain the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Little. W. L. Herkstresser, manager of the Orchard -(irove Cash and Produce Store in Taylor township was in town Monday on his way to the city for new spring goods. Elliott Harber of Licking Creek becoming deranged in mind was brought to the county jail last Saturday evening and will likely be sent to the State Asylum next week. Prof. H. N. Palmer and W. II. Wink of Needmore spent a few...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

1 , VOLUME 4. McCONM-LLSHUKG, PA.. APRIL 30. 1003. NUM11ER 33 SCHOOL TERM EXAMINATIONS. Names of Those Successful, and Names of Examiners. The results of the term exami nations held throughout the coun ty, April lltb, show that there were forty-live applicants, thirty four of whom passed. These examinations serve a double purpose: First they serve to tost the pupils as to their knowledge of the branches, pre scribed in the course of study laid down for the schools in the county, and, second, they serve as a guide to the teachers' exami nations. Those who pass this ex amination with a fair average and attend a summer S3hool thereaf ter, making good use of their time should be able to make a very fair showing iu the teachers' exami nation. The greatest danger attending these spring examinations lies in the fact that too often very young pupils are pushed ahead too strongly in the hope of passing; they pass with a narrow margin, tire too young to teach, and are unable to go away to sch...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

ILLINOIS HAS RACE WOT ' Colored Mao Lynched for Assaulting Former's Daughter. THE WHITES SHOOT MANY BLACKS. Jk Rail Wat Made for a Colony of Several Hna'reo' Nef rota, Employed on Bridge Coo Btractioa Work and Living la Teoli Near the Bridge The Negroea Saw Ibe Mob Coir. lag aad Opeaed Fire. Thebes, III. (Special). An unknown colored man, about 17 years old, was lynched by a mob of angry farmers near the village of Santa Fe for attempting to 'assault the 10-ycar-old daughter of Farmer Branson Iavis. This was followed by a general on slaught on a colony of colored people liv ing in tents, who were engaged in bridge construction. The tents were burned .'and many were shot, but so far as known '(tone was killed. Hundreds of shots were exchanged, but no whites were 'hvrt. Branson Davis lives a half mile east of Santa Ke, a village near Thebes. While liii 10-year-old daughter was in the barn vard the man accosted her. She ran, but he seized her and her screams brought lire mother to the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

3 C SETTLING i t By George lOK. HE blentt stretches of browning gens gave n 5 'T' O tlnao of stillness to the K Inndsenpi. nnd the? hum of - - t K1 ltlUw.a hnd prolonged the summer moiiilin well Info tin- full were plowing fainter nml less rhythmic with the ndvnnelnjf sen don. The rropii hflil hern gnrnerml nnd Hip nppronch of front brought no terror to the farmers, lint In mine indcscrlhn Itle wny It affected the nerves of the lonely woninn standing before her rude slincic gnzlng townnl the setting sun. Somehow the nutninn hnd nlwnys brought n shndo of sadness Into her life. Even back In tho old New Ktipr liind days before thin horrible night mare hnd trntiKformed her life she had experienced the snnin feeling of de pression. "I guccs It' because I hnte to see things dying." she? explnlned to her self to stifle bnek n vising rebellion of sorrow. "The ' summer wns short enough bnck home, but out hero It's all too short." There was n'drenry, homesick ex pression In the eyes, nnd thro...

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. — 30 April 1903

FULTON COUNTY' NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. APRIL 30, 1903, Published Weekly. l.OOper Annum in Advance. .tuvuiriMina Rm. Per square nf M Hue time II ISO. Per sijunre eueh subsequent Insertion.... W. All advertisements Inserted for leu than three month ehunred by the square. 3 tn wTT nim. I y 77 One-fourth c mm tif.ii. I I.UOO. I !:.() rnh:ilf column as no. 4O.00. r-i.otl One Ciil Miin lo.rt). IS6.00. VS.00 Nothln? Inserted for less than II. Professional Canl oue year 15. POWER OF HABIT. Habit determines tlie custom ary course which we naturally follow without elT rt or thought, nud is applicable to mental, mor al and physical things. La Uru yere lias a witty saying to the ef fect that a slave has but one mas ter, but that the ambitious man lias as many masters as there are per.sous in the world who have it in their power to contribute to Ids coveted advancement. So it is with habit: a man is a veritable slave to a habit that ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

FULTON" COUNTY " NEWS. AUNT RACHAEL. What means this throng of country folk About Aunt Knchnel's dwelling? Dltl hospitality Invoke? Is this of ploBHiire telling? Ah, no: a knot of sable dye On front doorknob suspended, And somber, hearse awaiting by Denote a journey ended. With whispered greetlngs,nelghbors all Attend Aunt Kaehael's funeral. Within the parlor's curtained gloom The saintly one lies sleeping," While, ranged about the quiet room, Sit woman-mourners, weeping. Serene on silken pillow there, Her pallid face reposes. . Her head enwreuthed with snowy hair, And crowned with pure white roses. (Jueen always by a. lowly fate: Queen still, Aunt Uuchael lies In state Sho reigned by .love; her royalty, God's charter to the humble, To her was steadfast loyalty, Though other thrones might crumble. Her home was comfort and content; She walked about rejoicing; Sweet sunshine followed where she went Her heart the song birds voicing. Life's duties done, with death ', release, How well s...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

New York City. NIoump Jackets with little ciipc of vntluiH softs lire ninotin llii- fcnttiroa of iiilviini-cil style, iiml iv exi'ceilinyl.v lipcnniliig to young irirln. Tlie very stylish M.iy Mniitoii example illilKli'jili d is suited nliUe to' the Keneral tiii ninl tile eostiime. hut. ns sll m il, is of Itlliilie lilile clu'vlnt ninl limkes I ; l it of n suit. The tilininilii; is j luiiiils uf the snine innterliil slitcheil on with rortii"'lll silk : 1 1 1 I held at (he iiiIiis with handsome Imltoiis. Tile liloiise U Hindi? wlih I'mnts mill Illicit. Tile e:pe is i-Ppiiriit" il II' 1 is cir ul:ir over the s!nmld"ls ninl extended nt tho front to form stoles, it r the lmek lo give n V effect mid to make the pos tillion. It inn he omitted mid the Mouse made plain when preferred. To the lower rilse are atliK-lTod the lulsino jiortioTis. The sleeves are full Imr lucked uliove the elbow nnd allowed to form puffs lielow. At the wrists lire jilaln strnitfht cuffs nitnply stitched. The quan...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

"IMMORTALITY." Sunday Discourse By the Rev. St. Clair Hester. Deliver Comfortim Mewije to Those Who Are Wevir nj la the Belief la Kefara to Life Ev:rlnllog. New Yor.K City. In the Church of ths Messiah, Brooklyn, Sunday morning, the rector, the Kcv. ft. Clair Hester, preached on 'lmmovtality-llio Longing for It, Pro iiosed Substitute, Jinn's Bight to It. J'he text wan from .lob xiv: 14: "If ft man Jie shall he live again?" Mr. Hester said: The irrepressible, ubiquitous question, repented again and again, world without nd. Men like Job were asking it centur ies before Christ, and men like Job are king it centuries nfter Christ. It is in vested with perpetual youth and the world never tires of hearing answers to it. A father afHicted by the loss of his only on in the morning of a beautiful youth writes a book entitled "Life Beyond Death.'' His dedication is a letter to his boy, beginning, "My Dear Phil," and clos ing with these words: "God bless you, my hoy, till the eyes which I clos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

Koacl .1. K. Johnston's new advertisement. Morrow V. spent Sunday brother llou. S Kirk of Taylor night with his W. Kirk of this place. Have you soon that shirtwaist goods at J. K. Johnston's. Mr. William i'aylor, of Ayr township took dinner last Sunday at the homo of Daniel K. Fore, Give that old suit away and go to J. K. .Johnston and get your-M-lf a now one. " JelT llockensmith of Saluvia, called at Ihe News otlice whibj in town last Saturday and left si me "ii"cdful" with the printer. I'or a neat nobby well fitting .styli.-h suit at a low price goto J. Is. Johnston. Miss May Sheets has complet ed her term of school in Bod ford county and is uow at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sheets of this place. Mrs. Wilson Cutchall of Clear Kidge, and her daughter, Mrs. Howard Fix, called at the News office a few. minutes while in town last Saturday. Kdward Stoner of Mt. Union spent a few days last week with his grandfather William Stoner in this place. Ed looks well, and is gettin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 April 1903

Road .7. K. Johnston's new advertisement. Morrow W. spent Sunday brother Hon. S Kirk oT Taylor night with his V. Kirk of this place. Have you soon that shirtwaist pooihs at .1. K. Johnston's. Mr. William 1'ayJor, of Ayr township took iliuuer last Sunday at the home of Daniel E. Fore, (Jive that old suit away and go to J. K. Johnston and get your si If a now one. " JelT llockensmith ol Saluvia, callod at the News otlice whilj in town last Saturday and left s me "mivmIIuI" with the printer. For a neat nobby well fitting stylish suit at a low price go to .J. K. Johnston. Miss May Sheets has complet ed her term of school in Bed ford county and is now at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joint Sheets of this place. Mrs. Wilson Cutchall of Clear Jlidgtv and her daughter, Mrs. Howard Fix, called at the News otlice a few minutes while in town last Saturday. Kdward Stoner of Mt. Union spent a few days last week with his grandfather William Stouer in this place. Ed looks well, and is gettin...

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