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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.. JULY 15, 1903. NUMBER 44 LAST SATURDAY'S STORM. Unusual Destruction of Property by Lightning. BARNS BURNED; "CROPS DESTROYED, Ruin Fell In Torrents. Three Barni Burned In Frinktln and One Man Killed. Freaks of Electricity at Win. Mlller'i. D. R. Mumma'i Stable. The stable on the property re cently purchased by D. R. Mum ma at Hustontown, was also, struck by lightning last Satur day. While the roof was slightly damaged, and the frame injured the building was not set all re. At Mack's. Lightning struck one of those big telegraph poles at the Mcll vaine house on Sideling HiU.shat tertng the pole, putting 43 wires oat of business for the time, and badly scattering the things arouDd in the office there in charge of our townsman, Thos. P. Sloan. Amos Clouser's Barn. - Amos Clouser's barn near Knobsville, came in for a share of attention in Saturday's storm. The lightning struck at the comb of the roof, ran down a rafter to the eaves and tore out a strip of s...

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. — 15 July 1903

THE AGITATION EFFECTIVE Determined Prosecution of Kishencff Assassins. MANY PERSONS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED. Tbe Ring letder of tbs Massacre Commuted Suicide on Learning that the Director ol 1he Rnsiiao Mloistry ot Justice Had Ar rived, Commlttloned by the Ciar to Make a Thorough Investigation. Berlin (By tabic). The Frankfurter Zeitung says it learn?, liy way of Buch arest, Rouuiania, that tlic ringleader of the KishcncIT atrocities, a man named Piscrjcwski, has committed suicide at KishcnefT, because the director of the Russian Ministry of Justice had arrived there, commissioned by the Czar to make a stringent investigation into the horrors. The Frankfurter Zcitung's corres pondent adds that a number of persons previously discharged from arrest at Kishencff have been rearrested and that other persons morally responsible for the murders have been arrested. The Frankfurter Zeitung also says it learns from another source that former Governor von Raahcn has returned to KishcnefT, and is en...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

OLD-TIME FAVORITE. THE UNCONQUERABLE SOUL. ii- ir III lam Krntit tlenle. t nf the niilit that cover mc, ni.,.1- a the nit trom pole to no. Itii.ink whatever goHn may he K-'or m)' unconquerable sou!. tlit fell clutch of circumstance 1 hve not winced or cried niou.t. Mer the nnioKtoumjrs 01 roance jly head i b'.oody but unbowed. ,vlml this place of wrath and trnrs linm but the horror of the shade, nd yt the mnace of the yearn Find" and an.iil mm me unniraiu, matter not how strait the sate. How c'nnrgid with punishments the Ln the master of my fate; 1 am in- minimi ui inj Bum. . MOTHER INTERNATIONAL (PIS0DE, brn:TTY RYWLINS had n BJ hnuk account, nnd n huge one nt tlint. But Betty )i:ul a (renter fortuuo in her kSBK face, for she wns ns pretty a spring beauty, nnd though olio lis perverse nud pouty when she ntPit to lie she wits ordinarily ns eft as n violet. fcietty lived In the Bummer time nt Inland Cileu. not many miles re- Lived from Fort Sherman, a big gar- loa with enough young o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

i i r ; FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. JULY 15, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 Pr Annum in Advance. ADVIRTU1HO BATBI. Per square of linen 3 time l so I'er square each autwequent Insertion..., fto! , ""rawnraiM inserted for leas tbreemunvna ahariied by the square. than B mo. Dmoi, I yr. One-fourth column. One-half column.... One Column .115.00. . itt. 00. .. 40.00. I00. 40.00. 66.00. .'(1.00 M.00 Vi.00 Nothing Inserted for lem than II. I'rufemlonal Cardii one year A. Didn't Think. Used to let his poor old mother go rind carry in the wood, She was just a packhorse for him, but he never understood: Never thought of bringing water from the spring down by the lune, Or of helpln' her to gather In the do's before the rain: Let her keep awaltin' on him, though her back was achln' so xwasn t 'cause he didn't love her he just didn't think, yon know. After 'while the weary mother puts her burdens all away, And we went and hear...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Hume or Clipped (rum Exchanges. our CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Miss Ada S teach of Altooua, is visiting relatives here. Miss Nellie Dunlap returned to her home at Lemaster last Thurs day after having spent a week with relatives in this place. Correspondents and others should remember that matter that does not reach this office un til Tuesday evening is too late for the issue of the current week. Each justice of the peace is en titled to a copy of the Pamphlet Laws for 1903, and the same may be had by calling on Prothonotary Harris. Miss Maggie Rummel who had been absent visiting friends sev eral weeks, returned to the home of her bsother-in-law, M. P.Doyle last week. Denton Gamble and family have moved from town to the Mrs. Eckert property along the Chambersburg turnpike up at the foot of Cove mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Nesbit changed their place of residence last Wednesday from the Miss Rebecca Pott house on ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

"BROADMINDEDNESS" Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. Henry C. Swcnlzcl. Contrasts the Church Wilh I he Narrow Gauj Avcrag Mnn One ol the Miseries ot Irrclifjlon Pointed Ont la Detail New Y'jkk City. Dr. Henry C. Swcnt tel. rector of St. Luke's Church, Clinton venue, nnr Fniton street, preached Sun shy on "The ISrnadmindcdhess of Chris tianity." He took his text from l'snlnu -xix:l: "Thy Commandment is exceeding triad." Dr. Swentcl said: The Son of Cod l.a called men into a rl.ire of libcrtv and has set their fect in a ir:e toitn. His -example. His teachings P'-il His who'e tone illustrate and prove His broadminiledticss, Xo one who rightly Appreciates the t!opcl ran well contend that it seeks to make human nature smaller find feebler than it is, or that it would loner the dignily and lessen the freedom nnd banish the opportunities of human life In the broadmimledness of .Tesus is "no of His most notable chat arteristies. He lived in the open, anil His every word indicates the compr...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

Long Hair "About year ago my hair wi coming out very fast, to I bought a bottle of Ayer'a Hair Vigor. It stopped the falling and made my hair grow very rapidly, until now it la 45 inche. in length." Mra. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans. There's another hunger than that of the stomach. 9 Hair hunger, for instance. Hungry hair needs food, needs hair vigor Ayer's. This Is why we say that Ayer's Hair Vigor always restores color, and makes the hair grow long and heavy, n.to a miu. ah .raitiit.. If your drufrgifct cannot pupply yoti, end ea on dollar and will cxpreea you a bottle. Be enrc and jrlva the nntno ofour neareat exnrraa nlfire. Atfrireee, ti . v.A i r.n M'., uiwcih iu-.aa. HAIR GROWTH Promoted by Shampoos of Cuticura Soap And Dressings of Cuticura ths Great Skin Cure Purest, Sweetest, Most Effective Remedies tor Skin, Scalp end Hair. This trectnient at once stops Killing hair, removes crusts, scales and dan druff, dextroys hair parasites, soothes irritated, ltchlug surfaces, stlmiil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 July 1903

Groat reduction in priros at Maye Johnston's Millinery Store this wrplt. Tho plasterers are at work on the new house of Jacob Kotz on North Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Will Black are to be congratulated over the arrival of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tuck of Ilomer City, Pa., are among the visitors in McConnellsburg at this time. Mrs. W. Logan Sloan of Buffa lo, N. YM arrived at McConnells burg last Wednesday for a visit among relatives and friends. John E. Clouser and grandson Master John F. Walters, both of Altooua, are spending a couple of weeks among friends in this coun ty. Communion service at St. Paul's Lutheran church in this place Sunday morning, July 19. Preparatory service Saturday at 2:30 p. ra. Joseph Addison Cunuinghum of Englevaie, Kansas, in renew ing his subscription, says the Fulton County News seems like a I letter from homo everv issue. Paul Wagner was called to New York last Saturday on the nc count of the death of his brother, and was accompanied by Mr. Oram...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

am im nv VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBUKG, PA., JULY 22, 1903. NUMBER 45 PASTEUR CURE MAY FAIL. The Meek Child After Taking the Treat ment Shows Signs of Rabies. BARKED LIKE A DOG, A REPORT SAYS. When These Symptoms Appeared Friends Sent Her Back to the Institution For Further Treatment. A few weeks ago The Hawkeye gave au account of the savage work of a mad dog owned by a farmer In the Wells Valley sec tion of the County. A number of persons were bitten, but those most seriously injured were the two children of a poor farmer named Meek, who were on their way to a neighbor's when the rabid animal attacked them. The dog sprang upon the younger one lirst, and but for the presence of her sister, seventeen years old, would doubtless have killed the helpless child. The two girls, bleeding from the wounds inflicted by the dog's teeth, made their way back home and related what had happened. Mr. Meek was at once advised to send his children to the Pasteur Institute at Pittsburg. This he had not the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

WAS LIKE AN EARTHQUAKE Two Mea Killed and Sixteen Severely Injured. OVER HUNDRED PERSON'S SHOCKED. MiftilM el Dynamite tod Blasting Powder In Giles County, Va., Blowo L'p Ths Mtnted Bodies of Two Laborers Found Near the Wrecked Building The Earth Shakes tor Miles Around. Roanoke, Va., (Special). By the ex plosion of a large quantity of dynamite nd blasting powder stored in a maga zine in Giles county, two men were Itilled outright, 16 were more or less in jured and about loo others severely hocked. Westbound , passenger train Jfo. I on the main line of the Norfolk smd Western Railroad was going at full speed past the magazine, which was lo cated 200 yards 'from the tracks, when the explosion occurred. The windows of the train were broken and the coaches in other ways damaged, and not a single person on the train escaped injury or shock. The earth was shaken for miles around and people at a distance thought n earthquake had occurred. The two men killed were laborers and their- mangle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

TRAINING OFA WORKED A Brilliant Sunday Sermon Dy Rev. Dr. 0. F. Bsrlholow. Shawn tht Evil Retulti Thai Follow the Atro phy Which Hi Settled Over the Spir itual Thlnklni of Our Time. EW YotiK I'lTV. J Jr. U. K. Unrthoiow. pastor ot .lanes ii. K. Church, preached Sunday morning un "Clod's Training of a Worker." His text nun token from lixo lu, iv.: 1. 2. 3 anil 4: "And Motes an aimed and said, )lnt, behold, they would not believe me; nor hearken unto tny voice; for they will nay, The Lord hutii not uppcared unto thee. And the Lord laid unto him, W hat ia that in thine hand! And he mill, A rod. And the Lord said, Cast it ou the ground. And he cast it on the around audit became n serpent: and Closes tied from before it. And the Lord inid sinto Moses, I'm forth thine hand and take it by the tail. And Ije put forth his hand and caught it nnd it became a rod in hij band." Dr. ISnrtholow said: Our text presents Moses in what many nave considered an unfavorable light. Standing in the presenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JULY 22, 1903, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIVKHTISI!0 KATES Per aouare of Unci 3 times II 50. HeriKjuare eiich ubseu,uent Insertion.... So. All advertisement Inserted for leu than three months charged by the aquiire. v";-""! ! One-fourth column... One-half column One Column .IIMHI. 1 1 jo. on. . avim. .. 40.00. 40 .,). 66.00. 6i 110 7:Y00 Nothing Inserted for lew than II. 1'rofCHslonul Card one year IA. Local .Miscellany. A vacation Is not always a rest. The poet is born, the poete muiil. It takes cold cash even to have a hot old time. It doesn't puy to mix fireworks and firo water. Genius doesn't ulwurs look well in evening clothes. Even tho blind beggar may have an eye for business. The export accimntaut generu'ly speaks figuratively. When in low spirits some fellows take to hijjh balls. Hard work is the. best antidote fur that tired feeling. Misfortune is always ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

INTERESTING' PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and (icncral Interest, (fathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Mrs. A. U. Nace is visiting rel atives -in Chambersburg and Carlisle. Mr. Ernest Llixson and his sis ter Miss Grace spont a day or two with the family of John V. Stouteagle, in this place last week. Maynard Sipes who is holding down a good position in Pitts burg, is homo with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Sipes, for a two-weeks' rest and recreation. Mrs. Mary A. Kelley went to Thompson last Wednesday and was accompaniod home on Thurs day by her mother, Mrs. Susan Bishop, who will spend some time in Mrs. Kelly's home. Miss Daisy Polk, who has been spending the last two years at Clearfield has been visiting her old home at Knobsville a week or two. She was at McConnells burg last Thursday. The Hancock Cement Company began quarrying rock on Monday at Dam No. 6 on Randolph's land to use in construction of the kilus. This is the first manual stroke in ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

GOOD COUNSEL FOR THE YOUNC. J.ir rliiMron, licnrken tn ndvice, I That vo.i nine grow up vecc and nicCJ Oh! J)o not t'nictirnis bp inci bold, And, aye, be gentle to -lie old! Vlirn tn dear tti'.indiifin i'k you go, Dun't etiMiiti iinii lu unity tor. ; .And in Ins lerui nnd shrunken shins l)o r.nt stick old nutl rimy pin. T Rr.indmi says. "Come, Ui- n.e, dear," 1'on't jab tiie poker in her oar: Or from her e.qi-i r i;u' bite thr lace, Or pa.v.e scrap -j.ii ti:'.xn on hor face. Jf nt n nice o'd spinster nunf A viit you should make by chance, Don't with the ce.sors snip lier frock, Or throw tomatoes at her clojk, - 1'or it's iiy little tiling like theso "ten vonr c'.dcri you displease ; "!' l'rny be calm' and self-controlled And never strike or scratch the old: Carolyn Wells, in Puck. GOT THERE. JOJC OU don't need 1;, my dear." said I'l'ein gcr, patronizing- Y' O '' "There n i", some wo- J? nie:i who kae to deck WOf thcmsilvcs out with Haunt lii f silks ninl satins and frills nnd fur li...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

Three pt a Kind. While wc were visititiR at a small ,jlage in one of the Carolina we went me afternoon to see one of the old itgro mammies in her own log cab n She was highly honored at the conde icenfion of "de ladies," and was mil h concerned that the call might not he disturbed by the presence of her chil dren "fo'tccn pickaninnies," she call ed them. Of course, curiosity was too trong for the youngsters, and soevi the one door was blocked with curly heads and wide-open eyes. When mam my perceived them, she j list turncJ iround and, gathering up her skirts is one does in front of n flock of tres passing chickens, cried "Shoo!" and all disappeared. But towards the end of our visit mammy needed the services of ft helper lo put out the jelly and cake that she insisted wc eat. Stepping to the d jor. she called, "Mariannal" Soon three girls, in single-piece cov erings, came bashfully, but curiously, through the door, and all were given orders by the bustling mother. "But." said one of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 July 1903

Miss Mjijjrift Koxro1.li an J Miss Bess Irwin wont to Chambers burp fit'Tiiv to b'?pr'Sft-tTu'H-day al tin; man ia;o of Miss Wolf. Ou account of impaired health. Prof. O. 8. Jonston, formerly of the Cove, who eight years ago founded the Pittsburg (Kansas) Business College and brought it up to be oue of the most nourish ing institutions ui the Sunflower state, lias sold his college to a syndicate and is removiug this week to California, where ho ex pects to rest from active busi ness cares for a year. Mrs. Ueorge Fockler of Johns town who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wishart, left last Friday, and after spend ing a day or two with friends in Chambersburg and Carlisle, was joined at llarrisburg by her hus band, when they went to Haiti more and took passage on a steamer for Boston, intending to return home by a different route. They will be away two or three weeks, and will have a delightful outing. Miss Elsie S. Crenthoad, after an absence of eight weeks, re turned tohe...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

u Jtttott Mm. VOLUME 4. MeCONNELLSMJRG, PA.. JULY 29, 1903. NUMHLIi 40 TOWN'S NEW INDUSTRY. Factory Turning out Thousands of Insu-1 lator Pins Every Day. I NOT ABLE TO KEEP AHEAD OF ORDERS j A Visit to the Plant, and a Brief Account of What Wis Seen There. Process Told from Start to Finish. Through the courtesy of Mr. J. K. Johnston, secretary and treasurer of the McConuellsburg Manufacturing Company, we last Friday visited their factory, which is located at the forks of the pike, east of town. The in dustry there established is a new one for this place, and we were much interested as we were shown through the sstablish raent. The building itself is by no means pretentious in appearance, and yet constructed to meet the requirements necessary to the successful operation of their bus iness, and it has a floor space of about 2,000 feet. Their attention, at present, is given entirely to the manufac ture of insulator pins. An insu lator pin is the piece of wood you sue inserted in the ar...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

MANY HURT IN WRECK Bad Smash oo the Southern Railway Near North Garden. FREIGHT HITS PASSENGER TRAIN. Tba Day Coich was Lifted Into the Air and Shot lato the Combination Coach, Tele coping the Latter Luckily, Halt ot the Paaaeitett, Mostly Men, Had Disembarked to Ascertain the Cause of the Delay. Charlottesville, Va. (Special). Ten persons were injured and $30,000 dam age sustained in a rear-end collision on the Southern railway Sunday morning at 10.21 o'clock. The accident occurred three miles south of North Garden, a village twelve miles south of Charlottes ville. Six of the injured were brought to this city on a special train sent from Charlottesville at noon. Four women who suffered broken limbs were taken to the University of Virginia Hospital, and two others were cared for at hotels. The accident was peculiar. The first aection of through freight No. 48 was delayed an hour by the engine breaking down. l.x-al passenger No. 10, running between Danville, Va., and Washington, D. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

"JOHN WESLEY" it Eloquent Sunday Sermon By Presi dent Stryker, ot Hamilton. Tribal to John Wtsley and the Inllneoct ol HU Preaching Standi Ont Supreme Above An Mea ol Hit Age. J,"FW YonK ClTT. Union services of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian and Clinton Avenue Congrcgationnl churches hejAix Sunday morning in the edifice of the Jjr,t named. The Kev. Dr. M. W. Stryker, President of lntnilton College, Clinton. N. y spoke on "John Wesley, but used no text. An will be seen, he paid an eloquent tribute to the influence of hia preaching, pr. Strvker said: l"pon June 17, 1703, that ia, 200 yea. ism, was bom ot Kpworth, Lincolnshire 161) milea from London, and at about the out centre of England a man whose in fluence stands out supreme above nil the men of his uge. Eighty-eight years old, on the 2d of March, 1791, he died. Thus his life compassed nearly the whole of the liKhteenlh century, and under Ood it was the mot fertilizing and redeeming agency toward the moral forces and accomplish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

FULTO.N COUNTY' NEWS. Published livery Thursday. B'. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JULY 29, 1003, Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVSKT1SIMO RATI. I'er No,ur of lines 3 times II so. Per aiuure etioh autwequeni Insertion.... M. All advertisements lost-nert (or leu Ihan three months c-h. lived bv the o.rnire One-fourth column... One-hull column Otic Column .ir i. !:.). .. 411.(10. bb.00. I i () M.l I .'.0 Nothing Inserted for les than H. Prof earlonal Cards one yctir Now does tlm busy Summer jiifl Improve filch vlilniiv miimt". Anil gives her landing m-t n whirl, To cuU-h a hushiind in it. OENLRAL JACKSON'S .MANNER. A Reminiscence Mrs. Harriet l.ne Johnson Ws Fond of Relating. "The late Harriot Lane Johns ton," said a New York woman who was an intimate friend of the former mistress of the White House, "having lived so long with her statesman uncle, James Bu chanan, had many interesting reminiscences of him and his times. One of them which she was fo...

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