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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 May 1903

Iwn VOLUME 1. McCOXM-LLSHUUG, 1A , MAY 7. 1903. NUMHEU 34 LIFE PARTNERSHIPS. I'mon of Well Known People Who Will. ?oiii-nev Through Life Together. LKONAUD-KKHLtNG. At the M. E. parsonage, April .'I, IfO.'l, by Rev. J. R. Melroy, Mr. Harry H. Loouard, of Broad top. Pa , to Miss Lucy B. Kerling .,r Dublin Mills, Pa. HULL-KNACFF. . Mr. William Hull of this place, alid Mi.s Elia Kuautf of Ayr township, were united in mar l i.ip-e in the parlors of the Mc Kmloy hotel at Chambersburg on Tuesday morning of last week by Rev. Charles M. Smith, pas tor of the McConnellsburg Re formed church. The wedding party left hero Tuesday morn ing, taking the 8 a. m. train at Mercersburg for Chambersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hull speut the remainder of Tuesday at the ho tel and came home on Wednes day, occupying Mr. Hull's Water street resideuce which had beeu previouslj7 furnished and placed iu readiness by tho groom. Mr. Hull is a member of the linn of Hull & Bender, who con duct a nourishing mercantile b...

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. — 7 May 1903

DEAD FROM GIRL'S PRANK Fire and Explosion la a Torpedo Factory Has a Terrible Effect. HEAVY SHOCK IN CLEVELAND, OHIO. While Playlof Darlaf Lunch Hour Ihs Shoe of a Olrl Sliding oo the Strikes a Spark, Ijnlllof Loose Powder In an Instant the Room la Ablate and Explosion Follows Pathetic Incidents. Cleveland, O. (Special)- An explo sion that caused death and destruction occured in the plant of the Thor Manu facturing Company, of this city. Thus iar three people are dead, while 28 tthers are lying at hospitals, some fatally and others more or less seriously injured. The Thor Manufacturing Company is rngaged in the manufacture of toy tor !rdo canes and other explosives. The company was in the midst of its busiest reason. A large stock of material was tm hand. Extra girls were hcing em ployed, and by the end of the week it was intended to put on the road the largest shipment ever sent out by the company. The force of the explosion was tre mendous and windows within a radius c.f a quarter...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 May 1903

WANTED, Wanted n Man who t Rtntle nnd just : A man who is upright and trim to hi Who cure' more for honor and love than for pelf. And who hold hi neighbor as dear M himself; ' . , Who's sober and earnest, and mcriy and Who cheerfully shoulders the care of the Whose jirinciple'a high, whoso integrity strong; Who'd ratner do right any time than do Yet who to a sinner allows sorrow and pity,- Do yon think T might find such a man in the city! UNTO TfflJ" UUT." By W. 8 so many others did, 1 knew "Old Howls" In n 7J I -casual way, ns a note U.JL. I broker of the mennest clns. He was always un tidy, always In n hurry, never anything else luit thinly clad even In the depth of winter, mid enr- rled constantly with n loud lnugh nnd pnlii.'nlly forced Jollity thnt lind won lilin Ills epithet, "Howls" n haggard. limited expression. Jacob Howells' reputation, cve'u when I first knew him on the Street, was quite "off color, nnd the color bud worn off more and more as yenrs went on. lie mid I neve...

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. — 7 May 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEW S, i I Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. I ' ! AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. MAY 7, 1903. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. DVI.III ISINO IIATKN. 'Vr Vi-j it of lint's 3 linn1 11 SO. I'tT v.jHiiit' rm'h MilMfiiucnt Insertion.... 'l All mn m i.vi-tui.nts uii.TO'd for leas lhan 'ircf iiiin)U ''!iin i.''l t.y urn square. 3 lllos. ..i,:..i. .. I'-'.mi. i 'lino. I ' yr ' MH'-fO'irt ii '"'jl'imn . Mn.'-h i!f ; u i: -i ' !ii' ' n!:min 1 1-1 .(HI. I I 4HIKV I I 6.V00. - 0.(X : ..( . Y00 Noi himr Insfrtt'd for lest than II. Irofe.!',,i onn ytrw HICKS ON MAY. Plenty of Rain and Thunder and Much Warm Weather, Although There Will be Days That are Cold for the Season. Uev. Irl Ii. Hicks predicts a month of probably more than customary storms iu May. He says: "A regular storm period is cen tral on May 1, having its first sta ges in the lat days of April, and reaching to May 4. Uuriug the "nd to 4th storms from the west will move eastward across the ...

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. — 7 May 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. LOCAL MI8CELLANY. 1 it dry enough for you' Strnwlirrry uliortcake has arrived. Common House Is rntlier imironimon. Tho bull player gliould be nwnre of llfttS. Some pr.oiile n-Rurd even favors with suspicion. Tlio lion U inclined to brood over family ulTnlrs. It's it tfooil plan to say nothing at the rljflit timn. With some people education is mere ly ornametitnl You can't liquidate a debt by pay inn compliments. It Is possible to become sadder with out becoming; wiser. A '"no account" man is one who has no balance in bank. In a political campaign it's telling the truth that hurts. Absence makes the heart grow fond er of a bill collector. Many a man owns a house coat who doesn't own a house. A man with a fud is all right so long as he keeps it to himself. The buz., saw won't hurt you if you don't monkey with it. Mnny a divorce has grown out of spring house-cleaning. There is quite a difference between a due bill and a billet doux. Good Intentions are alright if th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 May 1903

"FAITH" Sunday Discourse by the Rev. Roderick Terry. Stows the Necessity ol Eitablishlnr, a True Splrturil Life on a Proper foundation Why We Have Hop: ','nlo an Internal Llle. Xkw VoitK City. I)r. Roderick Terrr, pastor of I lie .South Keforined Church, Xladison nvenne. preached .Sunday morn ing on "Faith." Ilia text was chosen from Jude 2'l and 21: "Hut ye, baloved, building up yourselves on your mint holy fiith, praying in the Holy Ohost, keep yourselves in the love of Uod, looking for Ihe mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life." Dr. 'Jerry aid: We have no information concerning this eh.irt Kpistle of Jude beyond that which is contained in the verse themselves. Ve know not who he was, nor where he lived, nor to whom he wrote, nor the circum stance calling for the writing nt the 1-lpis-tie fii'lhcr tli:in the information we (tain regarding some of these facts from its con tents. And inasmuch as this, ns well as tho whole of the revelation, though written originally for c...

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

Don't wait until your sufferings 'have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone. Ilelp find happiness fsurely awaits you. if you accept Mrs. Finkham's advice. Disease makes women nervous, irritable, and easily annoyed by children and household duties ; such women need the counsel and help of a woman who understands the peculiar troubles of her sex ; that woman is Mrs. Tinkham, who with her famous medicine, Lydla E. Pinkham's VeRetablo Compound, have restored more sick and dis couraged women to health and happiness than any other one person. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is ree. Write today, do not wait. "Will not the volumes of letters from women who have been made strong by Lydla 12. IMnlcham's Vegetable Compound con vince others of the virtue of this great medicine? When a medicine has 1een successful in moro than a million, cases, Is it Justice to yourself to say, without trying it, "I do not believe it would help inc ? " Surely you...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 May 1903

S. S Now man of Saluvia spent F i i;iy tlio llol. of frieud.s iu town. .Anion?? tlio many Imsinoss vis itors to town Satunl.iy wart .Tor don Dcshmig of Pleasant Kidge. Dr. Hiok" 11)0 miStlltlglOn eye NfM-cinlin!, will bo m Hancock, Md., fin Mii.v lltli, and remain one vci k. Examination free. Cull at tliu Light House. IJnrg In i s entered the stoi c of Chnrlos Mr (Wh I.co, at Burnt Cab. ius l;it Thursday morning and carried away tlio cash drawer ! containing about S3. Cay, the s.i.-year old daughter of Kx-SlioriiT V. 11. l'ittmaii, of Th'ini pH hi township, fell into a pot of not water on Tuesday , nd w--ih - c.t'ded seriously. Dr. Sap jiiiiu'toii was called, aud hopes arc eiitertaiuetl for her recovery. The presiding elder, Kev. (Jeo. Stovciis will hold the first quarter ly conference on the Hustontown fliir;.'o at Fairview church next Saturday afternoon, May 9th, at :i 1'. M., and will preach on Satur day evening at 7 :'.',). J. II. Mel roy, pastor. After a high temperature most o...

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. — 13 May 1903

"J- VOLUME 4. McCOXM-LLSHUHG, lA., MAY 13, 1903. NUM1SI-K 35 Bi In;.-1" its, every MAQUOKETA, IOWA. Interesting Letter From (ieorue It. Shoemaker. April SO, 1903, Eitiroii News: The weather took cold last night. Yesterday summer heat prevailed, but at night the temperature rapidly cooled, and when we awoke this morning the sidewalks were cov cred with suow and sleet. For a while this morning snow fell quite freely, though now the snow has ceased falling and the sun is tryiug to shine through the clouds. Overcoats are very useful and, as I found by experi euce, comfortable. Iowa has had a strange spring. March was quiet and warm so warm that many started their gardens Lettuce, onions, radishes and peas are up and growing. Plums are in bloom ; strawberries just ready to bloom. What will they tuiult of tiie snow? April was quiet but cool ; only a few days of warm weather. There were no warm April showers. With the exception of work on the very low lauds farming is well advanc ed for sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 May 1903

PRESIDENT'S DAY OF REST la One of tbe Most Beautiful SpoU la All California. DECLINED TO REVIEW THE TROOPS. The President and a Small Party Rode Home back Over the Famous 17-Mils Drive Along the Sea Governor I'arJee and Some Other of the Party Drove Over the Route to Carriages Alien Jed St. Joseph's Chapel. Hotel lie Mimte, Cala. (Special). President Roosevelt spent one of his most restful Sundays he has had since his trip began. In one of the most beautiful spots in California, two miles from the nearr-i city, unhampered by curious crowds, he had a chance to thoroughly rot and prepare for the week, which promises to be one of the busiot oi his iourrcy. Hi train arrived here at midnight, but he did not leave it until about nine o'clock a. ni. At that time Colonel Ward and a detachment of the Fittccnth Infantry, who arc stationed at Fort Monterey, arrived at his car. Alter the President had greeted the colonel and his staff he was escorted to the h "tel. where he and his party had br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 May 1903

to it ,8. ird I 1' and th. 'roi dctl hint I so: I sinctl in ' 10 M tlr surt: uon MS pr.li- .1 b; ilcd will dies icrJ 6- i!. rest? .cry:- iteiM'i Km- in" urc'J if P1 n m the ! oin lent ' i pan?' U ' xtinf ,ut J ak e d loot ' liyitJ ndci" ' vith : hie t killf', Ih THE WAYFARER.. & - . . 2 By THE LADY ARABELLA B.OMILLY, 7S JH04 MS. MILVAIN rat spinning jj J at her cottage door 0110 o llI O evening iu early summer. Jj Jfs Now nnd again she looked fOf with sad ryo on her gar nn bloom, for flowers were almost nil of sweetness aud Joy In life left to her now. Her life lmd been sorrow nil through: 'now, when she began to hope she might lie within a measurable distance of the end. ou acquiescence nl,d ft peace had come to he:- unknown hitherto In her ktorniy life. Something nkln to pleas ure she felt nt the growing nnd the Itlirlvliig of her flowers, watching the mail shoots working through tho fcronnd and the gradual unfolding cf i.tif niwi liiiil ta flowor. Knell nlnnt was E nursling, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 May 1903

( ULIU.N COUMY NtWS. ' i'wi.vi.iu'J L:cry Thursday. L V. FlCK, Editor and Proprietor. .1jCO.NN;LLSBUKG, HA. MAY 13, 1903. I'ubii.Mi. J Weekly. 51.00 per A:;:i.Uii in Advance. W' h KTIM .' vr (' '.I' .,.l:.r. All WHY COIN IS KING. The Grain, Ear. Stalk n.icl l.e;if Developed st WiH Where the Far tree's Bank Ac count Comes in for a Big Beneft, Tho following aniirraplis citi ccTuitijr f I'll are taken from :iu nrtit'l'! iu May (Jnsmopoliiin, writ ten by A. I). .Sliamcl, suporiutuu dent of the Illinois experiment sta tion. Corn broodiiifr is a modification of live stock breeding, aud'follows the same -vnfr;il laws and pnuci-pli-s. It is tin1 a)plieation of prin ciples of plant atid auirnal breed ing to the corn plant. The per cent, of suirar in the surarbeet has been increased from three per cent, to sixteen per cent. The ordinary beet was improved by seed select ion. so that an enormous industry has been built up and a new source of sugar given to the world. Tins has been done with a p...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 May 1903

TULTON COUNTY NEWS. PORE OLD DAD. Ye kin si'ii'tw pick up u paper ' An' It "ports' ooi'iht" prcrt, (Vpt yu'll mf it nifty ikiii 'limit tho mother, saintly sweet: Jlut ye'll liave n time a-mire)iin' KyM will be cr-iii'hin' !inl Krc ye'll overlake or poem At tills time for pore ole ilwl! No. it isn't w ilful in 'oin Them Unit write of mother ileiir Tliiit tliar's never notiee taken Of her ol(! man settin' near, No. it's never niennt to alight liim, Hut hit looks a little sad -All ilm lionipietu made for mother, Not a lilomn for pore, old dad! True, our mother '.vatehed above it Till her dear oie eyes wud aelip, !lut olo ilad he humped to feed us Till his buck wmkl nearly break. Mother er ioiied above the cradle, (ia ve devotion, all she had; Still, that wasn't any eireus At this time for pore ole dad! Do not take one line from mother When ye write the soul-sweet song, Uut if thar's a word for father No.v and then it vym't be wrong. Pore old soul! ITj's bent and wrinkled, An' I know 't...

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. — 13 May 1903

"PLEASURE AND GOD" Sunday Sermon by the Rev. A. D. Kinsiilving. Showi Thai When the Soul Mm PouoJ 'Is True Life lh Simplest Tilings Will Serv Then a Man'i Heart I.iujlis. Nfw YonK City. The Kev. Dr. A. Tl. Kinsnlving, rotor of Christ Church, Brooklyn, preached fnnday morning on "Pleasure nnd God." 1 1 in text wan taken from II Timothy in: 4: "Lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of CioJ." Mr. Kinsolv tag said: Thin is one of (hue biting sentences of which St. Paul's letters are full. It ocrura in a hurrying category and arrests out thoughts at once. These two thing', religion and pleasure, have always been here on God' fair earth. '1'hey are undoubtedly primal constituents of life, and yet it has ever been dillicult for men to harmonize them and keep them on friendly terms. Kcligiou people have often committed the blunder of looking askance at amusement. Indeed, some ol the bent nnd most earnest among them have conceived of piety as scarcely less than a kill-joy. They' have represe...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 May 1903

V;minT tr-fr" im n tt fA Stands for Union Metallic Cartridges.' It also stands for uniform shooting and satis factory results. Ask your dealer for U.M.C. ARROW end KITRO CLUB Smokeicss Shct Shells. 111- VThe Union Metallic (Cartridge Co., ' BRIDGEPORT, CONN. This Troda Mark app ara on Cooilog Btoves of blgtaeat merit Th "Klean, KqoS Kitchen Kind" ranks no tmnka, mtaU. "Ot, flirt, atis or rranlre brat. tlmo, work and qiot(1 frnm room toroim. Cook in or and onitn ciin bo dons on III "KK-an.Kool Kitchen Kino" an r6HOil n"l liny coin niiriniiinTi( n nioie cotnfnrt and In it Kl-nti, K('l Kltrbni.ftold alffood atove aLii-en. Afkiatm Hit Trql Jfiirli. Hostilities at the Matinee. "Would you mind removing your hat?" said a woman courteously at the matinee the oftcr afternoon to a young matron who sat in- front of her. The woman addressed flushed with wrath and then reluctantly withdrew hatpins holding .a feathered horror of the sombrero type that totally obscured the stage horizon. The play ...

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. — 13 May 1903

Rev. Tj'v.ym Chambers of Covo Tun nery, Kpt-nta few hours in MrCnniir'Hslnm? Ttn-sdny. Mr. ,;icob DisiVnr nf ViltT f;lll, j spent n d-w hours in town one! day last weoit. IVtnr K' irk, merchant at Cove Tiumcry, .spent part of Tuesday ui tins place. Mr. Jiio. K. ( 'uiiipbells of Knobs villo was a protitable caller at the Xuws ol'tici! Tuesday. Mr. S. I Keepers of Huston town, called at this oflico a few minutes while in towu on Tues day. Mr. Milton Stinson, of Clear Ridjre was a plea sunt caller at this office a few days aro. lie was ae compaiiied to town oy his mother Mrs. Mary Siinson, and by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilsou. .Supt. C. I-;. Carton has been npi"intod a lneinber of the State examining board tor the East Stroudsburfr State Normal School. Tlie examinations will be held June 17. Samuel Shull,nf Juniata Cross ings is in Chambersbur' because of the seven- illness of his broth er, Daniel J. Shull. Mr. Nhr.ll was somewhat improved Monday evening. Public (Jpinion. The Committee and...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

Ia ill i v m VOLUME 4. McCOXNl' LLS1JURG, PA., MAY 20, 1903. XUM1J1-K MEMORIAL DAY. Names of Those Interred In the Ncurby Cemeteries. Saturday, M:iy 150, 190:i, will be fittingly observed by the com rades of the Grand Army of the Republic as Memorial Day. The passing days bring us again to Memorial Day, when we garland the resting places of our heroic dead with the flowers of budding springtime, and droop above them the flag for whose purity and glory they offered their lives. Iu days agone thoy were our comrades iu that mighty host whose daring, doing and dy ing continued the Republic and made possible our present glory and greatness as a nation. In the retiospect of Memorial Day we refresh and renew the memo ries of the past and intensify the comradeship of the present. "The good deeds left behind thein Form a chain to bind them To those who linger here." Let us, their comrades, gather at their graves as at an altar, and whilst there, voice a prayer of thankfulness that our lives ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

DENIED RIGHT OF DEFENSE Casslaa Government' Latest Circular to the Jews. M'MBER OF DAMAGE SUITS ENTERED. Tbe Oovtrnor ol Bessarabia Summoned to St Petersburg Mr. Levi Natrona), Prcsl feat of B'osl D'ritb, Says It Is Not Wise to Execrate Russian Oovernmml tor Brutality of a Mob. St. Petersburg ( P.y Cable). -Lieutenant General von Reuben, governor of Bessarabia (tbe earital of which is Kis riencff), has been summoned to St. Petersburg. A ministerial circular forbidding the Jews to defend themselves has been is sued. It is expected that this step will atimulate Jewish emigration to America. Three thousand suits for damages Tiave been instituted against the state at Kisheneff. The damages demanded amount to $1,500,000. New Haven, Ct. (Special). During fthe course of the proceeding' at the au aiual convention of District N'o. I, Inde pendent Order of B'Nai B'rith, sub scriptions were called for to aid the Kis JienefT (Russia) sufferers and more than $1,000 was secured among the dele gat...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

TWILIGHT. r IIENltV W, f he twilight; ia tad and cloudy, ! The wind blows lotid nnd free, ' And liltc the wing of the scabird Klonh the whitecaps of the ica. ' But in the fisherman's cottasce , There shines n ruddier litlit, ' And a l'ttlc face nt the windo l'cerii out into the night. I Close, o'.o'o it iii pressed to the window, An if those childish eves Were looking into tho darkness To nee some form nrie. The Exploit of MARTIN BLUESCH1ELD. By Franklin We I33 Calk'ni. sB evening I stopped Into! Alex Keller's store, which 0 1 wns nlso the agency post I office, to invnlt the flow coming of the mall, nnd found tlint the proprietor Had corn.' out to supper nml left the floor unlocked. IIo bud no clerk, nml aisldo were 11 number of "blunkot In lluns" seated upon boxes nnd bnrrels, rery much nt home. I knew tlint Gov irnment employes nt nil tho Sioux igencleg were notoriously negligent In .lie mntter of locks nnd keys, yet I ivns surprised nt Kelley's supreme eon Idcnco In these Indian....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

COUNTV mays. 1 V l'ublilkl Livery Th.iivl.iy. 3. iV. FLCK, rJdiljr and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG. t'A. MAY 20, 1903. 'uhli.shcJ Weekly. .00 pel Annum in Advance. F'lYIMlSC tv Si ) :i i t i c ii'ti s.i A i mi v.-i ! : -iM.-: hr.'i- 'ixMli rlrit , 'It i IT'!, .1,1 Tt.'.l for lev ih.i' fl A BELL CITNTUR'ES OLD. C ,i I ( ' roil n;l-;, l.-ry in t!i I'lui'i' i !i'!.:liinn,Su of !! ii'..ii 's Miii l!!)l'a!';l:"'l !1 II1VS- 15 x of il cijpp.tr lie linniir'.it. from 1.1 in to '.ho I'liilippilirs iil.d tlicurc to tlii.- country. Tin- mystery of the U-ll luis not been, ami probably never will In;, solved. All that is kno.vn of its history is gleaned from tho inscription, "Santiago Topoz, nun del senor do 17!, meliyzo. " This inirro liistory tells the bell was cast in Spain nearly two centu ries aro, and that the maker's name was Santiago Lopez. When it was shipped to the I'hilippiues, what its use was while there, none but the hell could tell. It may have hung m a monastery and summoned the ...

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