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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 June 1903

Jultott VOLUME 4. McCONNI'LLSHUltG, PA.. JUNE 10, 1003. XUM1SI-U .'? DO NOT PITY THE COUNTRY EDITOR. I MAD DOG'S BAD WORK IN WELLS. SUPERINTENDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT. ; OUR NEW LOCAL INDUSTRY. ; FOR PERMANENT CERTIFICATES. A BOY FALLS FIFTEEN FEET, i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. lie I Not I'p to Your Class and Yet Moderately Con tented Sometimes oue of the favorites of fortune, sitting in the lap of luxury, runs out of amusement aud spends a little time pitying the country editor. Don't do it. If you have pity to spare, pity the millionaire, and if you want to pray, pray for the spindle-shanked gazaboo that is Jiving the strenuous life of the metropolis. They need it. But don't pity the country edi tor. Ho is as contented as a cow puffed up by eating rose gerani ums. Don't lose sleep over the Rube who edits your home pa per. He may not know paregor ic from a misfit formula for mak-iug-apple butter, but he keeps an eye on the doings in the little county capital and when the time comes to talk, h...

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. — 10 June 1903

HILLS WRECKED; PEOPLE PERISH Cloudbursts Cause Disaster In South Carolina. THE LARGE MILLDAMS GIVE WAY. Property Losses Ma; Reich $2,000,000 A Mighty Torrent Rushes Through Two Mill lof Tswos hi a Valley, Sweeping Every thing Before It Storm Burst Over Spir. taabarg at Night Two ol the Picolet Mills sod Two ol the Clifton Plants De stroyedThe Pacolet Company Also Own. fltba Ruined Mill at Gainesville Huo art 4s ol People Homeless and Thousands Oat al Work. Spartanshurg, S. C. (Special). A torrential rainstorm visited this region, resulting in general destruction of life and property. All the bridges and trestles on the main line of the South ern Railway were washed away. The greatest destruction of life and prop erty occurred at the Pacolet, Clifton and Glendalc cotton mills. Wires are down and reports conflict ing, but it seems certain that 25 or 30 people drowned, mostly mill operatives. Hundreds of people are homeless, and 2000 or more thrown out of employ ment The Pacolet Cotton...

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. — 10 June 1903

SONC OF THE DERELICTS. "From ocean to ocean we wander From polar to tropical tide, Alone and forlorn and forsaken. The wraiths of our time-faded pride. "Through the tumult and surge o! the tempest, .... , , Wave beaten and battered we churn, The thitw of no name Bnd no haven. The ships that shall never return. tp and down through the streets of the Go the men that are kin to lost ships. The wreckage of old loves, time tattered, The desolate ghosts of friendships. Through the storms of the life-seas they wanuer, .,. Wave tossed by the ceaseless unrest Vswnnts. shunned uy tueir lortunate "a" ." , I Krnl liPIH. Till they drift to the Port of All Quest. Frederick Arthur Palmer, in Tho Jour nalist. ! 0 J The Long Arm I of Coincidence. "1 WONDER why you never married. Sir Edgar?" Sir Edgar Winter lifted his oars out of the water and looked up at the dainty figure of his companion, sented luxuriously among the cushions of the boat. "I did once think of marrying, nearly twenty-five years ag...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Publish livery Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNliLLSBUKO, HA. JUKE 10, 1903, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVERTISING HATCH. I'i'r viuiiru of line .1 time Per iiniri- ruch ulciueiit Insertion.'.'. All nilvi'it'i'iii'nts in-crted lor less three months etmnfed bv th snutre. h M. thitn . Hjihh jjimiM. I I vr! 'inn-fourth column ll.iiiMliini n 7t fni'-h:ilf column Ofio Column iVii. 4ii.(i. hi.(in li'.uu. w oo. ; 1.00 Not hlnir lnertrd for les tlinn (I, Professions Curds one yenr 5. SHOULD WOVEN MARRY FOR A HOME ? 1 agree with those who take tho position that women should not marry for a home. I hold that people should nevor mai i y except for mutual affection for each other. Marriages for con venience or for mercenary pur poses are not made in heaven, and are, therefore, liable to be fail ures. I am aware that marriages founded on affection are not fash ionable to-day, and that one an nounces one's self an old fogy when one gives e...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ALL SORTS OP PARAGRAPHS. Some inen'H iik'i of economy lg to buy two drinks for a quarter. Tic Is blind to life's real pleasure who cannot see around the milled extgo of a dollar. Hy always looking on the bright side wo never strain our eyes trying to pierce the darkness. It's no fun for a girl to llirt with a limn unless she knows she is limiting some other girl weepy. If the rain catuhes you without an umbrella just remember that there was a time when there were no umbrel las. If the big fish get away to-day you stnnd a chance of catching something better than little ones to-morrow. Some people are so impatient that they think if they set a hen in the evening they ought to have fried chick en for breakfast. If your boy wears out a do.en pairs of shoes a year it's because he is strong and healthy, and shoes are cheaper than physicians. Ostend Is it true that woman was made of a rib bono ? Taw That's whst they say, my son, but I believe it was a juwbone. Solomon a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 June 1903

1 'MART FAILURE" A Brilllao: Sunday SermonJ By Dr. Howard Duffield. Tb Avlrblofraphjr ol Our Souls li Oltea Stained With (he Very Falthlestoeis Which Bloti the Memoirs of the Apostles. Nkw Youk CiTV.-Dr. Howard Dulliuld, raptor of the Old ! i rut I'resh.vicriati kunh, l iflh avenue nnd Twelfth meet, prcuchrd iind.iy morning on "Heart Fail ure." lie took hi U-xt frcim Mark xiv: 61): "And thev nil forxiuk Hun and fled." Dr. Duthcld mnl. What coward! dmir.ides of .lcus, liall a three ycirs' Iticudoliip with the M otor tome t siii-h nn end? Shall the intimacies cif man month go swirling like learn in the wind l)eiore a pnlt ol funic fear? Apostle of Jesus, whv will ye he pilloried for poltroonery? Vhen defeat brooded over the hills 'of (iilhoa and the remnants of the armies of Israel lay strewn through the Judean valley. Saul and Jonathan dieil together. When Socrates kept tryst with death the prison yard in which he aat hi.-c.inie like a hall of banqueting and ths jail stones echoed wi...

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. — 10 June 1903

TESTED BY TIME. Mr. Robert Rroderick, who resides at 191"' Virginia St.. In Pnn Antonio.,; Texas, tells nn xporleiiectlint will Intercut very render; It iliowt ns well tliat iJOHn's Hires nre Inst Idk cure. She my: "t'p to Hie enrly pnrt of the year 1002 I lind been a sufferer from kidney trouble for innny yenro. The pain In my back became worse mwl worse until It'wns n dally burden tliHt Interfered witli every duty. I win much af flicted with lioiidiiclM' nnd dizzy spell nnd wn una bio to rest well nights. In May, !-, after using Donn's Kidney Pill's I tnarlc a statement for publica tion declaring that 'they had entirely relieved me. of tin? pain In my back. I have sim-o then had n year's time In which to study the effects of the medi cine, and while I have had slight touches of thp trouble since, the use of the pills has nhvn.vs driven away nil tigns of the disorder, and I hav. be come convinced of the fact that the first treatment was practicuily perimi uent In Its effects, and 1...

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. — 10 June 1903

.lolm V. Stuutoaul , daughter MissOiivo, jiinl sou Muslor Jol u, spent from Sunday until Tues day villi llio l'iiiniiy of Anion UL sc. in Urusli Crook Volley. Tl)c dwelling house occupied hy Sainu.-I Kolzon Ihofloo. O. Scott farm north of town was struck hy lightning Monday cvoniug, but not f,'i-oai! dii'niiro.l. Tlic Presbyterian Suuday school in this phu-e last Suuday chunked tlio time of meeting from afternoon to forenoon and it will during the hot weather be held at U:.',n. (loo. Vv Sipos and daughter, Mrs. J. s. Swartzwoldor, of Need more, wore in tow n Monday morning. Mr. Sipes is ranvnss ing in the interest of the Uunyan Marble Works at Noedmoro. Kev. J. V. Adams and family loft Monday morning for CarlMo to he present at the Alumi lie union at Dickinson college of which Mr. Adams is a distin guished member. Kev. S. L. IJaughor will preach at Hoard Yard school house Sat urday, June 111, at 1' P. M., and on Sunday .June 11th at Autiochat 10 Oakley at and at Mays Chapel at 7:4j ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 June 1903

In 0M VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSHUUG, PA., JUNE 17, 1U03. NU3IHER 4 0 EDWARD WEST. .Sketch of the Life of a Pennsyl vuiilan Who Went West in Early Life. The following sketch of Kriwnrd, brother of Itcv. Ir. West of this plucu, Is taken from a re cent Ismue of an Apple ton (Wis.) puper. Kti.) Edward West, one of the curly pioneers of Appleton, the earliest developer of an organized system of improvements for the great water power of Appleton, and the first teacher of a public school m the territory of Wisconsin, died at 11 o'clock this morning at his home on Prospect street, after an illness of a few weeks. Deceased was aged 85 years, two months and seven days, and is survived by a widow, two daughters and a son. Edward West was born March 20, 1818, in Perry county, Pa. His father William West, was a farmer and surveyor, and Edward lived on the farm assisting in the work of the place and helping his father in surveying until 14years of age, gaining considerable knowledge of farming and sur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 June 1903

fIRE DESTROYS HOTEL Conflagration of Supposed Incendiary Origin at Jackson, Ky. THE MILITARY WAS SENT TO SCENE, Chief Witness Against Curtli Jett and Tom Wbile lor the Murder ol Marcum Is IheVlc tin ol the Feudists Hotel Quests Escaps Without luury, But the Property is a Total Loss to the Owners. Louisville, Ky. (Special). The City Hotel, at Jackson, Ky., a three-story building owned by Capt. B. J. Ewen, the principal witness against Jett and White, now on trial for the assassina tion of Lawyer J. B. Marcutn, was burned to the ground. Fifteen guests were in the hotel, but all escaped without injury. There was no insurance on the structure and the hotel, with its furnishings and the ef fects of the guests, is a total loss. The origin of the fire is unknown, but the liclicf is general that the fire was of incendiary origin. Captain Ewen had recently put up an addition to the hotel. This was just completed and was as yet unoccupied. It was in this part of the hotel that the lire was di...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 June 1903

A CHANGE By BAXTER . i i II F. announcement thnt Miss I ' Jnno Trior, of London, was I ' going to lecture on first nld g" for tli-? wounded nuil glck nursing in general threw the village of Foxdnle Into nn unusual state of excitement. That these lec tures were to be for Indies only added n mystery thnt merely Increased thp Interest manifested in the minds of these favored individuals. Notices cabin? attention to these fncts Were posted in fnvornblo spots about the village, nud the congregation whs np prised of the same from the pulpit of the parish church. If Miss Trior excluded the mnle community from her attentions, sho herself was not disregarded, but formed the subject of much criticism nninng the neglected members of the Foxdnle population. The. nightly dis cussions nt the Pig nnd Whistle centred round these proceedings, the knowl edge respecting the subject being va ried and obscure. Foxdnle had never had its peace disturbed by anything more intellectual than nn occasional tra...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AWCONNCLLS13URG, PA. JUNE 17, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVKKTIMW) BTS. I'er qunru nl H linns S time t! 50. Per MU'irv n.;b Kiiloeiiui'til Insertion.... N. All iidvi'r'.lM'inpniK inserted lor lam than three month chirKcd by the Mjiiare. Sinn. it runs. i yrT ')no-rniirlh I'oliinm... Ou-h:ilf rnluiun One Column .IM). I l!.on. I t:v.m . .(. 40 in). M OO .. 40.oo. moo. :.-..oo NoU.Ini' Insorttvl for lets ttmr. II. l'r.ilcsslonul Cards one yr:ir.v l icking Creek. .Mrs. Martha Dishong has re turned home from visiting lior sons in T'.elfast. Miss Anna Punk is visiting Aaron Garland for a couplo of weeks. Quite a number of people at tended tho Children's Services last Sunday, and a number of young folks recited very nicely. Mr. Nevin Strait gavo us excel lent music. Miss Irene Sipe, of Foltz spi.'nt several days with her parents. Prof. B. N. Palmer and Mr. Levi Morton of McCouuellsburg...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. " EDWARD WEST. Sketch of the Life of a Ptnnsyl. vanlan Who Went West hi Early Life. Continued From Klrst Pane.) tlio village of Milwaukee, paying jj;00 for the claim and in the fall of 1839 went to live on it to make his pre cmption good. For several years thereafter Mr West lived on his claim and was occu pied a part of his time In survey Ing in the western part of Milwaukee county, now Waukesha county. In he took up a farm In that county at a place called Summit, and followed farming and surveying there until 1S45. In that year he located on a 400 unre tract of land which he purchased from the government. In 18,12 he leas ed his farm and larie stock of cattle and sheep for a term of years and re moved to Appleton, which was at that time a small village, whose first per manent settlers had located only three years previously. At Appleton he purchased a tract of 100 acres on the north boundary of the village and farmed there for two yearrf, later selling u portio...

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. — 17 June 1903

" A LADY FOREVER." BriDijnt Sermon By Rev. Dr. V. R. Huntington. Qescriset rider What Conditions It Is Pos sible lor Woman to Become Lady Forever. New You;; City.--The licv. Dr. Will lam II. Huntington, rector nt (liaco hiifch, preaeh.'d recently u scininn ti a. fashionable chiil lor girl wh'"li has attracted much at'cnlinn, ami In leiv.icst it w here giver. '1'iin ti'xt n chosen from Isninh xlvii: 7: "Tlion shidst, I shall be ; lady forever." Dr. Huntington said: 1 jnntp our prophet ill this ti Jstnirntary "ray tor tl sal.e m vivi'li.i-. The briefer hv text, the more lil;elv it is to lie re rr.emorrcd. Hut it. under present cirrum liirex, ( won'd do ju-ttirp lo the man ami to his tii'pi!',,t. some heed mint be -Hiven ' uhat h... unio iiei'M ami to v. hat follows. Taken by themselves tho words found a if liicy inni have been, i n t tie fir.l iiis'.anre. .idd'e.ed to a womnn, but. they were not. The nnirnnt niter on srverlnsting !.idy-iiip v.n l.o woman nt all, lint a ity an ant rent...

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. — 17 June 1903

DOAN'S GET Aching backs arc cased. Hip, back, nnd Join paitis overcome. Swelling of the limbs nml dropsy signs vanish. They correct urlno with brick dust scdl ment, high colored, pain In passing, drib bling, frequency, bed wetting. Pcmn's Klduey Tills remove calculi and gravel. Prrsrm.n. Iro. "It m railed rheumatism. I could art no relief from the doc tors. I Ix-irnn to Improve on taking Uoan i wimple nml a-nt two tunea at our drug aim, and. although (W years Df age, I 1" "''"""t nlw mm. I waa troubled a good ileal with my wafer had to get up four and five tlinra a night. That trouble l over a-ifh and once more I can real the night through. My narkache Ih all gone, and I tliaitk vou over an much for Hi. wriinli'ifiil medicine, boon's Kidney 11118." Jko. II. Hinrn, rreaident Klil"erille. lcdmtiu, bute Lauk. rius. rate, aa tiaii .u r NAME. r. O STATE For free trlnl bet. null ttil. reiinnn to F-Mtter-Mlllimii Co., llulTnlii. N. y. f 0h.,vr wn . IniutlUiont, writy ndtli-ta un foia. rutt...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 June 1903

It" you vviuit tho lK.nvs, sub-! flcriho for tlie Nkws, j A. 1j. Kotrors, Chamhersburg's jn plt to irtjW.ef, will 1)0 at Malloy'a I in McComiellsburg Monday, June 22, 1903, and all of that week. Coino aud bring the children. Miss Mary Ktta Evans is im proving slowly. She has been coudncd to n dark room three or four weeks ou account of the over-sensitiveness of the optic nerve to light. llcv. S. L. Baughcr of Need more, I'a., was a pleasant guest at our sanctum on Monday morn ing. Kev. Haugher was the guest of Mr. Albert Eshelmau a few days. Everett Press. Miss AdaRexroth altercomple ting another ton months' term as teacher at Churchville, Pa. is spcudiug her summer vacation with hor mother and sisters at the Fulton House. The work ou the Bedford-Fulton Telephone Coinpauy's lines is progressing rapidly. About sev en miles of poles have been erect ed between Breezewood and Ev erett. The wires will be strung as soon as the poles are erected. Volume 1, Number 1, of the Twice-a Week Rep...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 June 1903

(1 fviion VOLUME 4. McCONNl-LLSHURG, PA.. JUNE 24, 1903. N I'M HER 41 MIDSUMMER WEDDINGS. Auspicious Circumstances Under Which Young People I'.nter the Kcalin of Matrimony. KITEMILLEU PATTERSON. A pretty racial event was the wedding of Mr. Frank Winton Kitemiller, of Camden, N. J., and Minx Blanche Cromwell Patterson, daughter of I loin and Mrs. D. II. Patterson, of Webster Mills, at 1 o'clock this(Vednesday)afternoon at the home of the bride. The of ficiating minister was Kev. J. L. Grove, of McConnellsburg. Yellow and white was the color scheme carried out in the decora tions, the flowers used being roses and sweet peas, while evergreens made a fitting back ground. The bride's gown was white crepe do chine and lace, the veil being fastened with orange blos soms. She carried a prayer book. Miss Elizabeth Patterson, sister of the bride was maid of honor, and wore corn-colored crepe de chine trimmed in cluny lace. She car ried Marechal Neil roses. The best man was Mr. Thomas N. IVMin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 June 1903

.GNORE THE REGICIDES United Slates Government Will Follow tbe British Course. tOLONEL MISCHICH IS HONORED. Ferthe Present Minister Jackson Will Not Present Illi Credentials lo Kln Peler France and Holland Will Also Await the New king's Action Toward the Assis ting Washington, D. C. (Special). Tlic United States government has adopted an attitude similar to that of England to ward the new Servian dynasty. It will be in no haste to rccocvizc a government treated ly assassination in the nhsencc cf some exhibition of a disposition to punish the guilty. Therefore Mr. Jack ton, who, besides being minister to Greece, is also United States mv i-ter to Servia, will not present his credential lo the government of King Peter at present. In fact, these credentials have not been prepared. He had credentials to King Alexander which lie had never prccnled. and he was actually on his way from Athens to Belgrade at the time of the assassination of the King to whom lie was about to present his papers...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 June 1903

CONCERNING HUMILITY. ' low in a town ynrd, grassy paved, i A humble dandelion grew. ! Above her bead tnll lilacs wared, J'roiid in their plumes of blue. The dandelion's beaming face Was upward turned, vet all in rain. The lilacs contemplated apaca Jn haughty, co'.d disdain. "Ah, well!" the dandelion niched, "Far rather would I lowly be Than llr;nt my blossom hiph and wide For an the world to sec." . . . ' Ar.A did a gentle little rbild Ignore the lilac's hijrher claim And pluck the dandelion mild? So, reader; not the same. Nor did n wicked rouneitcr tear The 1iiac bushes witii hi knife, And leave the dandelion there To lend the quiet life. Humble the dandelion lay. Veiling her face in verdnnt screens, Until a Man enmc by that way And dug her up for greens. In ostentatious ranity The bines evermore nsnirod. Therein they showed their sanity And got themselves admired." And thi. dear reader, goes to show That men don't gain tliro' being swabs, Wo miwn't hold ourselves too low li we sho...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 June 1903

t FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Kvery Tliursday. C. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. JUNE 24, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. All KIITISINO KATK.S. I't'r mi:ir' or lircs 3 times ft W. r sijunr ii-h Mt'isciiuent Insertion.... So. All uilvTi."-n:)uiN Inverted for losii than three months clu.ri.fU hy the ruare. . ni'it. I linnn. i i yr . I One-fourth n,utnn .... One-h ilf column ' no ijoiuiiin . .f 1N.m I f-tvoii. f oo . . a.i.i"). 4o.t. "i-j.oo . .. 411.00. I MiOu. "1.00 Not ii'nrf Inserted for levs than ft. Professional ('unison" year tjs CHURCHGOINC IN CITIES. A recent church eetisuaof Now York city, says Marpur's Weekly tsh.ivrs no such disparity bet '.veer Imputation and attendance as the census njv bein' taken in Lon don by the Daily News does. Never was there so much money spent for erection of new church editices auU all the apparatus of a modern church as was given last year by the church members of the country. Schemes are now uuder way...

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