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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. SINCE WE GOT THE MORTGAGE PAID. We've done a lot of scrimpln' an' liv In' hand to mouth, ' Wc'vo dreaded, too, wot weather, an' we've worried over drouth. For the thlnjf kept drawln' Int'rost, whether crops were Rood or bad, An' raisin' much or little, Hcemod It swallowed all we had. The women folks were savin' an' there ain't a bit of doubt Kut the things they really needed lots of times they done without, So we're breathin' somewhat easy, an we're foelin' less afraid Of Trovldenee's workln's since we got the mortgage paid. I wish I'd kep't a record of the things that mortgage ate, In principal an' In'trust, from begin ning down to date ! A hundred do.en chickens, likely fowls with yellow legs, A thousand pounds of butter, an' twelve hundred do.en eggs, Some four or five good wheat crops nn, at least one crop of corn, An' oats and rye it swallowed in It's lifetime, sure' you're born. Upsides the work an' worry ere its ap petite was stayed ; So we're feelin' more...

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. — 24 June 1903

EVE CF TiiEREFORMATION .Sunday Scrmnn Cn "The Slrugjls for Rc:igi( us Liberty." iter. J. C Wilson Ttlks Instructively ol Till Pcilod Whin he 1 01 nilotloni of True Religious Liberty Were Laid. ' Ktw York City. In the South Conrrr. ?tionil I'huri'h. l'.rnoklyn. the Uev. .J. (,'. Vrlson, nii"iati pastor, delivered a courtu; on "lh" Strnu.e for Uelmions Lib prty," the subject icing "Knroe on the re of the lveinrniation." The text wan Art v., ,'iX ami 39: "An. I now I sav tmto iti, llcfrnin from theie men, nn.1 let them .'ilonr; for if tint counsel or tin work lie f men, it will come to naught, hut if it he nf (iod. ye cannot overthrow it; pt h.iplv J' lie found even tj !iiht naainst ti id.1' Mr. u ilunn mkI: Let me snapct nt the outset that the triisnle for ri.-ii-.-inn liberty anil what i known the Hcforin.ition'nrc not in all respect identical movement. The Kclnr Tnatinn win a great tidal wave which swept over Europe in the sixteenth century, out f the va!"t and troubled ma of the re...

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. — 24 June 1903

f BUSY IIUDSKW1VES. Pe-ru-na a Prompt and Permanent Cure lor Nervousness. i wr i MttS. I,n.i: LAUMEK. Mrs. Lulu Larmer, Stuu-jhtuu, Wis., nays': -Tor two years I sulTered with ner vous trouble iia.l stomach ltsoit"i-! un ci it Kcenicd tliat there was nothing to mo but a bundle f tie-rve s. "I wns very liTttalili. could net sleep, lent or compose myself, nnel was ce-r-tainl.v unfit to tuUe t itie of n house-hold. "1 took nerve lonles iiml pills without benefit. When I lienn taking lYninii I grew steadily l etter, uiy nerves irrew stionjrcr. my rest was no longer tit t ill, mid to-day I consider myself In perfect health unci strclinth. "My recovery wns slow hut pure, hut I persevered uml was reworded hy per left henltli." Mrs. l.ulu I.arriier. Mrs. Anim H. l-'hliiii-ty, recent Super intendent of the V. ('. T. L'. head(iiar ters at linleKlinrir. 111., was fur ten years cue of th? leaoluir women there. Her hushaml, when llvlnix, was first 'resident of the Nebraska Wcsleyiin I'niversity ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 June 1903

f .-r 'J IH.'AV Orrhnrcl anvri Ornvn i liscmeiH for Store. Mi Kitty Xosbit lVi-lt aro visitimr iv I and (.'nra n'li n cv . .. . mis wi'cii. Kx ('oriimissionor V. IJ. Cliarl- i toM of Warlords! ri-i j i or two m this j.lace last week. ..... irs. ,i'!.n A. Woodcock of: derail ton spent a day or two this I week in the family of T. 1 Sloan, Ksq. Mrs. J. Frank Sheely and chil dren spent a few days last wenk with Mrs. Sheely s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Funk, near Mercersburg. Mr. and Mrs. William MeKl downey, near Gem, were the p. guests of Kx-prothonotary James ThorB has bt,ou a Mormon con-' I. Walt and sister Miss Esther Kref,ati(m uoar Tomstown in- a' Saturday n.ght. ; number of years. It has had a ' J. Hernard Wishart of ord"U- j varied membership of from 23 to 1 town, N. J., came home last Sat-' 40. The Mormon doctrine, minus urday to visit his parents, Dr. prlygamy, has been taught by lo and Mrs. II. S. Wishart in this cal preachers and by missiona- j piace. ries who have frequ...

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

iwn VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSRURG, PA., JULY 1, 1903. NUMKER 42. M II II HICKS FOR JULY. Warmer Weather find Lens Rainfall.. The Rev. Irl Hicks Bays ho be lieves that "warmer weather and less rainfall will be the rule in July, over most sections of the great grain producing regions, than in July, 1902. At the same time we do not look for general or severe drouth or for an excess of summer heat." There are, however, to be some storm periods. The first is cen tral on July 2 and 3. July will open with cloudy weather aud drizzling rain. On the 2 and 3 there will be pronounced storm conditions. It will turn much warmer, will grow muggy and close and some solid thunder storms, with local rains, will pass over the country in their usual order. These storms may not subside before the 5th but a change to cooler will follow with cloudiness and drizfele and high humidity. The second storm period reg ular extends from the 7th to the 9th. The first stages will Liiug extremely warm weather, followed b...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 July 1903

100 SAID TO BE KILLED Twojtuodred Oih:rs Injured in a Wreck la Spain. IIORRIFYIN'Q SCENES AT THE WRECK. A Train Falls From Bridge Fitly Feet Into River Below Bodice Caught la the Wreckage Were Crushed I'm II the Stream Waa Red With Blood Railway Guard Caught Robbing the Dead. Madrid (By Cable). Fourteen bodies and fifty injured persons have been ex tricated from the wreck of the Bilbao train which overturned at Ncjcrilla river. According to the latest information oo persons were killed and 100 seriously in jured. Many of the latter will die. Of the 300 passengers on the train it is stat ed that only six escaped unhurt. The train, which was composed of two engines and sixteen coaches, was cross ing the bridge when the couplings be tween the engines broke. The second engine left the track and fell, followed by the entire train, into the bed of the river. Fortunately the water was low. The nearest medical attendance was a mile and a half distant, and those pas sengers who were least in...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 July 1903

1NDINGTH Three cllim who live in a fairylike nook, And never had seen sny boys, Once read of our totirth of July in l book. And promptly their own quiet woodland forsook, To iliare in the fun and the none. J3y the light of the moon they crept out on the sky And mc rnly ssng on their way, Asking politely of each passerby llow far they must go to meet Fourth ol Iiily, Till they came to the dawn of day. . What a different long these three elfins ang Ai '.hey limped their way homeward that night! They had heard how the bell in the steeple go "Clang!" Torpedoes and cracker go "Rattlety bang!" And the rocket go up out cf sight. For one little elfin by chance got astride Of a giant torpedo nearby: On a hiue cannon cracker the next took a ride; Xumber three to the tail of a rocket was tied, And all three were blown up there ky high. On the way coming down each elfin de clared He had seen quite enough of the sky, And promised himself, if he lived to be spaied, He would tay there on Fourth of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 July 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JULY 1 1903, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVIRTM1KO HATH. Her square of 8 line 8 time i iso. Per aquiire eneh nutwequent Insertion.... Go. All BUvertloement inserted for lem than three month charged by the aquare. 8 mow. 6mo. vr . ,.liis no. I i-juoo. I .. no .. ISS.UO. 40.UO. fci.OO .. 40.00. I M OO. 7-.00 One-fourth column.. One-half column One Column Nothlnv Inserted for lewt than II. I'rofesHlonal Card one year IA. YOUNG MAN READ THIS. Strong Drink Hurts no One Who Lets it Alone. IIY UAVI!) KF.KI) MII.I.I'.H. The out look (or the younji miin v. .u drinks is filled with darkness and he shadow of death. He is like one wh ne lamp has gone out and is faring 'he midnight storm. The rain in his fae. Darkness is around about him. The stars are hidden. TIU lantern is tlaine less, and the lightning's which momen tarily fill tho night with fire leave the darkness mure im...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 July 1903

PERSONAL-PARAGRAPHS.' Ami Notes t Local InUrcst to Those lit Home unit Aliroad. Mary 10. Carbaugii of Cito, spent a day recently with Goorgo ' Souders' family. ). C. Mallott is erecting a tino store room, in which he expats to bo manipulating the yard H'.ick in a few days. Mr. II. M. Truax and son ond daughter, Charles and Glondolti, all of Cloarliold, are visiting friends in Belfast township.. Mr. and Mrs. David Garland of Mel fast, arc happy over the addi tion of a fine little daughter to their family. J. II. Kamsey of Saxton, ex pects to give the farmers near Need more a ch? nee to do plenty of lumber hauling after harvest. Miss Nello Trout after an ox tended visit among friends in Philadelphia and other places, is home again. In purchasing fruit trees from an agent, always take and keep a copy of your order to prevent any misunderstanding when the trees are delivered. Dr. Clarence N. Trout having completed his four years' course in tho Philadelphia Dental Col lege, and taken tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 July 1903

WIRELESS MESSAGE OF COD Sunday Sermon By the Rev. David James Burrcll, D. D., LLD. A Man Who Would Heir In Ward Tbronfh Ihe Scriplurct Mail Divest Himtell ol Prejudice. New Yor.K City. "The Wireless Mes sages of God ' was the subject of the ser mon prenched bv the Kev. Da' nl Jaine Iturrel), 1). I)., I.I.H., in the Mirble Col legiate Church. Sunday. He twk hi text from I Corinthian 11 : 14: " J he natural man receiveth not the tiling of the Spirit of (Jod, for they nre foonshncs unto him; neither can he know them, because they ure spiritually discerned. " Dr. Hurrell Mid: A gre.it principle i here laid down which govern in the universal realm of truth, to wit, the principle of mutual adjustment. It you strike a tuning fork which 11 keyej to middle C it will awaken a response in another if kecd to the nine pitch, hut not otherwise. Tin i thp basic f i'.t in wire less telegraphy. On Cape Cod there is a transmitting station. consisting of f.mr steel towers with a hunch of wire suspend ...

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

Dark Hair i " I have uted Ayer't Hair Vigor for great many years, and al though I am past eighty yeara of ge, yet I have not gray hair In my head." Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md. We mean all that rich, dark color your hair used to have. If it's gray now, no matter; for Ayer's Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long; and it stops falling of the hair, too; II. M 1 Mil. All JrariMt. If your drnraliit cannot npplr 70a, end lit one dollar mud we will eiprets joo bottl. Be tura anil (rWe the namo of jonr nearMtprraonice. AddreM, J. C. A VER CO., Loell, Mia. FOB Filiicli That Every Woman Desires to Know About Sanative Antisep tic Cleansing And about the Care of the Skin, Scalp, Hair and Hands. Too mart) stress cannot be plncefl on the great value of Cutlcura Soap, Oint ment and Resolvent In the antiseptic cleansing of the mucous surfaces ami of the blood and circulating fluids, thus affording pure, sweet and economical local and const...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 July 1903

Said the ulnphant to the uiralTe : "Your neck Is too lone by one-half." He replied: "Since your noso ltMN'he down to your toes, At others you had better not lauuh ' Tlie toll pate on top of Maya Hill is a sure thing. Master Walter Koisncr of Lan caster, is visiting in the home of his uncle, J. O. Keisner, of this place. Kev. Dr. and Mrs. Mathers of Dellwood, arrived here Monday evening aud are speuding a fow days among the Doctor's former parishioners. Rogers, the Chambersburg photographer, made a fine pic ture of Prof. Palmer's school in a group on the Court House steps last t riday afternoon. Miss Ella Linton one of Alle gheny City's best teachers, is spending her summer vacation with her mother Mrs. IJattie Kendall. Mrs. Isaac N. Watson of this place has been confined to her bed for several weeks, the result of a combination of orgauic trou bles. If Moses and Mary start at the News office at the same time and Moses travels westward at the the rate of 3$ miles an hour, and Mary ea...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 July 1903

ft ri VOLUME 4. McCOXNELLSHUKG, PA., JULY 8, 1903. NUMBER 43. THE TIGER COACHING CLUB Spend Sunday Here On Their Return from Gettysburg. OLD TIME STAGE COACH AS TALLY-HO Party Leave for Home Monday Morning, Ex pecting to go via Shade Gap and East Wateriord. Last Saturday evening tho at tention of our people wnre at tracted by the faint notes of a bugle up the Mercersburg pike, accompanied by a rumbling noise both of which grew in intensity as it came nearer, it was some thing out of the ordinary; and, whether it was a runaway C. and G. trolley car, or Gabriel and his chariot or whether old Father Time had slipped a cog and sud denly let us back a half a century into the days of auldlang syne were conjectures that were being discussed, when the matter was set at rest by a real live old fash ioned Harrisburg stage coach, with massive wheels and leather springs rocking like a sail boat in the breakers as it came rum bling into town drawn by four spirited horses manipulated by jhe coach...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 July 1903

HAVOC BY WATERSPOUT Great Loss ol Life aod Destruction of Properly In Pennsylvania. A PLEASURE RESORT IS FLOODED. The Water Rushes Through a Ravine With Terrillc Force, Destroying Everything In Its Track Trolley Car and a Waiting Room, Both Filled With People, Struck by the Flood Number of Them Drowned. Greensburg, Ta. (Special) A cloud burst occurred in the vicinity of Oak ford Park at -4 o'clock p. m., creating a flood that caused great loss of life and property. It is thought that at least jo persons lost their lives, anil rumor places the number of dead considerably higher. Up until a late hour at night only 3 cr 4 bodies have been recovered, having been washed to the banks of the little creek that runs parallel with the park- At 3 o'clock rain began to fall in tor rents in the vicinity cf the park and spread over territory covering probably lo miles. A half hour later the cloud burst occurred. The waters in the lake north of Oakford Park began to rise, and Manager James McGrath...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 July 1903

!. MEM AND BIRDS. ! M... i i.. ... ... I .. . t , , b The bluebird sings a Rons An' sing ft song er cheer, De ol' black crow he croaks erlonj So lonesome ad dc yearj -De yellorhamnier he Des whiles de time away Bv knockin' in He tree wif ho Ol' hammer all de dny! Indianapolis Sun. I A Proposal aftt Under Difficulties. By Tom Milton IKjil F Cnstleton, on his war to liUI TI tt..1. ..!.. I.-,. wins iiumuj , tutu KiiOWU I tlint young lady was frnntl- . I nnflv evln,, .. ... ....I. 1.1... over the telephone nnil toll liim not to come. Ills face would lint have seemed so happy os lie tranquilly walked along. And yet his tranquility was after nil only ail nppenrnnee. And npponriinees, g we know, nre often deceitful. Castleton was In lovo with Miss Pink, crly, and by some strnnge fatality he bad set this particular day and lioiir to declare bis pnsslon. As be walked lon swiftly the light of a suppressed emotion beginning to show In bis eyes. De endenvored to turn over In bis mind the exact ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 July 1903

FULTON COUNTV NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNEI.LSBURG, PA. JULY 8, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. 4UVI.HTIH1NU HA'IH. Per square of ( Hun times Per square euoh subsequent insertion..., All advertisements Inserted for lew tbree month cliamed by the iiquure. II 50. l. than 8 mos. I tun. I vr. One-fourth column Il5.no. One-hulf column th.on. One Column 40.00. I DIM. lftl.00 1 40 00. fcl.OO I moo. I 7.V00 Nothing Inserted (or leu than II. Professional Card one year th. LI8HA ON THE TRUSTS. Down in the meadow lot one day, Uakin' an' turnin' an' cock in' hay, 'Lisha Mowed what he would do, Ef he was sent to the congress to. 'Llsha's 'bout the laziest cuss Thet lives in the hollow, hero with us. Yet he pets some notions that ain't ho slow, 'Bout the way the country ought to go. "Fust thin),' I'd do I'd fix them trusts, So jfol dum certain they'd have to bust. There ain't no law of God or niun, Gives a right to work on any such...

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. — 8 July 1903

-.1' INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of l.ocnl and Ocncral Interest, (lathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchange. CONDENSED F OR HURRIED. READERS. Miss Vada Ii. Lamaster and Mr.James (lift of Markcn, Frank lin county, spout Sunday with hor grandfather, Daniel E. Fore, E-(. The Salvation Army will hold a festival on the grounds at their ucw church near Big Cove Tan uery, Saturday evening, July 18. There will bo some jubilee sing ing during the evening by army soldiers. Everybody invited. Proceeds for benefit of the church Daniel Drawbaugh, the well known inventor of Cumberland county, has just completed his in vention of a wireless telephone and has disposed of it to a com pany which proposes to manufac ture it on a large scale. Mr. Drawbaugh is 74 years old but is still hale and hearty. Among the laws enacted at the last session of the State legisla ture is one which punishes with a fine of $100 or one year's im prisonment or either or both, at the discretion of the court, any person who ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 July 1903

"LOST AT HOME" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Francis J. McConnell. flic Tirabljln Luke Which Dealt With tbi Grace ol flod Toward I he Lett Nrw Yohk Cm "Lost At Home" mi the .subject of t lie sermon preached Sunday evening by the l!ev. Kraiii'is J. McConneli, Instor ot the New Vork Avenue M. K. 'htin-h. The M'l'inmi was based oa i.uke tv. Mr. Mr( diiik'II said: All I he parable .t nf this fifteenth chapter f Luke ileal with the urate nf Unit toward the Im. 'I here is the f-torv of a sheep lost, anotmr of a toin lo-t anil another ot two n lost. 'I he pal able from which the text il the evening is taken is not the paraliie ! I lie lot "ii, but the parable of the lost :i. A great ni.uiy ot it stop nt the tweti-iv-litiij verse. We rejoiec in the sound of music ami darning which welcomes hnme the i-ru.iival, ami prefer that the story hu.d eml with 1 lit' happiness of the ban Hiiet. '1 he remaining verges, perhaps, seem o n oiiiewlint out of place. The beautiful narrative is marred bv ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 July 1903

He Couldn't Help It. "Say, old man." said the traveling salesman, "what became of that peach of a stenographer you had the last time Iwas here? I don't see why you ever let her get away. I've been look ing forward for six months to the joy of getting another smile from her. She was all right. If I'd been in your place I'd have had a piano in here for her and made arrangements to have her meals brought up. You ought to have seen the sad look she gave me that morning I told you I didn't expect to get around this way again for a year. I felt mad at myself for making Iicr so unhappy. Where is she?" "She's married." "The deuce I Confound it. I'm sorry to hear that. Got some bald-headed old chump with money, I suppose?" "Well, he's able to make both ends meet." "Pshaw! When did it happen?" "About six weeks ago." "That's just my luck. I intended to make this trip in March, but our Bos ton man got sick and I had to go down there. Say, why did you let it come to that, any way?" "I couldn t h...

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

Out prices at fay Johnston's Millinery Store. Mis Ma rj.ru rot Dariol of Kipua AI ill, is HHndinjr a low days with friends in this plaeo. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Naco of Carlisle, visited friends iu tins place from Saturday until Tues day noon. Jeff IIockeusmith.Thonias Mel lott and K. D. Sipes called at the News office while in town ono day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Steach are to bo congratulated over the arrival of a new daughter at their home Monday night. A. L. Solenberger and A Hu chanan, two Chambersburgers, left Monday morning for the Alaskan gold fields. Mrs. I. N. Watson continues to bo confined to her bed. Mrs. Cuff, her sister who lives in Cham berburg is with her now for a week. Would'ut you like to have the News visit your home every week for a whole year ? Send us a dol lar, and we'll do the rest. Prothonotary George A. Har ris and Prof. H. N. Palmer spent Saturday night the guests of friends in Chambersburg. The William Ilendershot, fa ther of the deceased, is a brot...

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