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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 August 1903

I VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSUUUG, PA., AUGUST 19, 1903. NUMHER 49 jftitott I1C STATE AID FOR SCHOOLS. Increase of Fourteen Dollars and Sixty seven Cent Over Last Year, OVERPAYS SALARIES IN ONE DISTRICT. Based on One-third to Number ol Schoils, One-third to Number ol Scholars, anil One-third to Number of Taxable. It will be of interest to the pa trons of our public schools to ex amine the follovni g statements, in reference to t.io expense of conducting our schools, the amount paid by the State, aud that raised by the respective dis tricts. The table immediately follow ing shows the amount of appro priation received last year and this year. 1902. Ayr $1510.75 Belfast 1215.91 Bethel 972.28 Brush Creek.. 872.08 Dublin 1110.550 Licking Creek 1178.28 McConnellsb'g 0553.93 1903. 1515.41 1217.35 970.75 871.74 1110.28 1178.01 034.03 1231.09 1043.94 81.0.52 8W8.08 701.37 Taylor .... Thompson Tod Union .... Wells Total 1229.05 1012.13 811. G 8'jaoi ' 759 $12234.42 $12219.09 The following tables-sho...

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. — 19 August 1903

iKCSSIA SENDS WARSHIPS If art t Her Black Sea Fleet to Overawe tbe Saltan. FULL REPARATION IS DEMANDED. Tie sbmlt Ambassador Hat Btca Telegraph 1 to Fran Sebastopel Notifying rjlm of lb Orders Received b? lb Navel Headquarters m Tbit lie Mejr be Prepared far Whatever May Cre. St Petersburg (By Cable). A squadron of the Russian Black Sea fleet has been ordered to sail for Turk ish waters. Notification of this move has been telegraphed from Sebastapol to M. Zinovieff, Russian Ambassador at Constantinople. The dispatch of the squadron is intended to emphasize Russia's intention of exacting complete compliance with her demands as to satisfaction for the murder, by a Turk ish gendarme, of M. Rostkovski, Con mul at Monastir. It is announced that last Tuesday Count Lamsdorff, the Foreign Minis ter, telegraphed to M. Zinovieff that the Sultan's expression of regret, the visit of condolence by Prince Ahmed, tbe Sultan's son, to the Ambassador, and the expressions of sympathy by fhe Grand Viz...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 August 1903

PRESENT-DAY INCARNATION, A Brllllan(Dadax Sermoo By Rev. C, R. McNally. Ores a Answer to lb Qsettloo, "What All Ik Chares" SIm Has Forgottta Her RmI Statu la the WtrM. New YonK ClTT. The Rev. Charle R. McNally, the paator of the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church, preached hia first aerinon in hia new pulpit Sunday morning, ilia subject wa "Preaeni Day Incarnation." Ha took hia text from First Corinthiana jii:27: "We are the body of Christ and severally membera thereof." Mr. McNally aaid: - Throughout the land, witu aomewhat of a wail, the question ia being naked, "What ila the church? "That ahe ia aick aeem to he a foregone conclusion. The religiou periodical and some other are quick to give a diagnosi of the case. It ia because the pew has been elevated educationally. It is because the ministry has lost self-respect nnd prestige. It ia because men everywhere are too busy to attend to the concerns of the soul, or because Christian ity ia ao "other worldly" it rs not mitticient Iv practica...

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. — 19 August 1903

FULTON COUNTY NiiYVS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. FECK, Editor and Proprietor. AtcCONNELLSBURG, PA. AUGUST 19, 1903, Published Weekly. 51.00 per Amuni in Advance. ALlVXIlTLMNO RATK.H. Per iuri of lln". .1 tlinn l V). Per jure p:ieh .uosrn.ucnt Insertion.... VI. All advoriNotnorits .uscr-tcd for lc8 Vtwti three month ctmnced hy tlie iiuare. Onernurtli column. One-half column.... One Column . .tl-VKl. I f .11.011. I (C XI ... jr. m 40 on. s m ... 40.00. I MOO. i 71. 00 WtHhlntr Inserted for W'ss than 91. I'rofOKHlouai Curds one year I.Y Local Misiellum. Man is always either kicking or being1 kicked. It is better to be plucky than to bo plucked. Tho trials of life am aOodsoi.fi to the lawyers. Hope is a jrood thing when back ed up by hustle. Things that make a womtiu cry make a man swear. Tho more a man knows the less he blows about it. It 8 an ill wind that blows your umbrella inside out. Some jcwple would spend mon ey to advertise their troubles. Tliero is reason ia all things, a...

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. — 19 August 1903

!!225STIKaPA2A(iWPHS Of Local and (ioiieral Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Chambersburg has the trolley car in operation now. Tlie first trip was mado Thursday evening. When folks got an architect to build a house they always say: "We did the planning and lie car ried thern out. Vacations are a very rood tiling while they last,. It's the com.og homo and getting down to work again that rubs. Parker 11. Skinner and Alex Sliarpe of Chamb rsburg spunt a few ctays during the past week with Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Patter- 800. Mrs. Eliza MiMiael and her daughters, Miss Sadie Michael and Mrs. James II. Irwin, of Washington, 13. ('., spent a few days this week in Bedford. Ev erett Press. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Kama of Everett came dowa to this place list Saturday. Mr. Karns return ed Monday and Mrs. Karns will spend a week among her relatives and friends here. Mr. A. C. Fields, of Dayton, Ohio, arrived in Everett on Tues day and will visit fr...

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. — 19 August 1903

TWO CAREERS. BI JESSIE BSTTt BaaTSWICK. IVTial hit tlit dons that men should ttajr. The jo-itling hurry of their way To teek with wonder-eager eyes The dnrkcned marnion whore the lies What his he done that, far and wide. ilas flashed the word that nhe hat died-, hat fjlk in distant land have taid To one another, '-!he it dead?" Whv thould the lipt of strnnirert raise To her a monument of praise? Ah, it hem to conquer famt. ihe made a Nme. ! I I rr LATITUDE BY RALPH HENRY BARBOUR. THE STCflf OF A FEW MINUTES' WILD ADVENTURE AND AWFUL PERIL JUST OUT FROM MORRIS COVE. Lb UUs'llEX you were a ioy. W J naked Helen, t ImuIi f :iy . t I "did you ever luiagiU'.' l things';" m mi.-.-' r.vei- mane uenevo you m-m" you weren't, you know .Im.k tlio ilant Killer, a Fairy Prince. King Ar tlinr " "1 used to make believe I was n lo-t-omntive sometimes, and go clioo, cboo, thoo." I replied with an effort. oh:" Shi? aromed disappointed. I put my pipe hark between my teeth and pulled my cap further over...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 August 1903

If You Don't Want CURLS IN YOUR HAIR Yon DO WANT Carpenter's t)X BURROW P05IADE (nmr.ws or miTATtoits.l t, t thft b,t hair atraleVner rfl-lt tnattea ha liftlr aol Atvl irlrna:; vi1 U tmrfoutly harm lea. More than worth Urt rrl-c. PlC. 25 CENTS. An41ronr'lr'nre1 hen' It we will "end It by mall oh Mroli't o( pnt3 in Bimpi. AWr. CARPENTER & CO Lo tlsvitte, Kv. Authors and Authoresses. The wife of an author is less obscure than the husband of an authoress, in the very -nature of the case. For an Atifhur, being almost always poof, pnvbably 'has more children tha:i can lcaa aR.iinst 'him, in his plioto urapbs, wit!, artistic effect, and thus his wile has to 'be brought out "into the limelLprbt. Whereas, an authoress has seldom or never to cope with exigencies of this character. 'Name Your (Hants. This habit of pushing forward small men for great places has done more than any other one thitiR to spread misconceptions of J'hc sagacity, brains, and breeding that characterize Chica go's b...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 August 1903

Rest Timt'i,v t'f-.l -it, Irvvir,'.... ; Miss Jonnic Wooilal wan mllod : 1kiiii! nst week on account tlio : sudden illnosM of hor mother. j Irwin cnu rivc you a low price i on Timothy s'jod. . Ed Dunlap of Kliippcusbur, is spending tin week fisliiiv.,' or bass in the placid waters of Old Licking Creek. Irwin is nyent fcr tlie Wl.ite Sewing Macl.ii.e. Call and ,-ee what v"(; can do for you on a White. Mr. and Mrs. Key M. Sijos of Lickinir Creek township, spent last Saturdiy at Me'VinTs burg. W. Frank Stontoasflo, accom panied by his daughter Mary and niece Miss Olive, went to Crystal Springs camp Tuesday. Irwin soils the Standard Spy ing Machine Company's Ma chines. Four dilVeront pncMl machines to select from. Miss Esther Wat!, and her nieces Annie Harr and Khoda Gordon called at the N i:vs office ' a few minutes Tuesday after-1 noon. Mr. Chas. V. (Mazier, of Haiti- more, accompanied by his wife! and young sou is visiting Lis ' uncle, Mr. Conrad (Hazier of our town. i W. W. Shearer,...

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. — 26 August 1903

Jttiton VOLUME 4. McCONNLLLSHUKG, PA.. AUGUST 2(i, H))3. NUMHl-R 50 WRITES FROM FATHERLAND! Key. Henry Woli is iaijoyinjr His Trip! Beyond the Atlantic. was NOT SICK AN i.oup nN ocp vv ', Speaks ol the Great Chai ge in the Comf irts of Ocean Travel Sin e Ills Voyage, Piftyonc Ve.irs Ago. Kev. Henry Wolf, of Tod town !hip, who left hurt about a month ago to visit Germa.iy, see his old home, and the friends of his boy hood who are left, gives the fol lowing brief sketch of his jour ney to that country. Iloulmoh. Hessen Darmstadt. Germany. AllKUSI K, Illtti. Eimtou nkws: In compliance with your kind solicitation, I shall endeavor to give through the Nkws a somewhat broken ac couut of my trip to the Father laud. First of all let mo sh.te that tho first friend I met In Ger many to the Fclton County Nkws; it reached here before I did. Second, I will correct t'.ie statement in the issue of July 15, in regard to my trip. ' For cer tun reasons I changed my plan, took Mr. Shr-ffnor's advice a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 August 1903

RELIANCE WINS RACE Sfctla a Faster Boat Than the New Shamrock. RACES AWAY ON HOMEWARD RUN. la a Bt1 el Fifteen Mitel (o Windward and a In Rone the Dcknder Defeated Ibe Cap kaottr by a Total Margie ol Nina M'aatei, r Sevea Miaatet tod Three Seconds Alter SaMracliag tb Tine Allowance. Xew York (Special). In a splendid sa to 15 knot breeze, over a windward mnd leeward course of 30 miles, the Re liance beat Shamrock III in command ing style by exactly 9 minutes actual time, or 7 minutes and 3 seconds after deducting the 1 minute and 57 seconds wfiich the defender concedes to Sir Thomas Lipton's third challenger on ac count f her larger sailing plan as at present measured. P.y a strange coin vidence, the first victory in the cup scries f 1903 occurred on the fifty-second an r.ivcrsary of the day on which the old schooner America captured it in her fa- rxut race around the Isle of Wight. The Reliance beat the British boat 3 ! minutes and 24 seconds in the thresh to I windward and 5 minute...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 August 1903

TRIALS AND IEMPIA1IDNS A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. George P. Eckman. Differentiates Between Enticement to Evil toil Temptation In thi Scot o? ProviJrndal Trial. Rew YonK City. Tlie Rev. Oeorge P. Eckman, pnstor of St. Paul's M. K. Church. prMclied .Sunday morning on "Trial and 'j'emptitiona." He took hm text from .fames i: 12: "Hlessed is the mnn thnt en dureth temptation; for when he it tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hnth promised to them that love jinn." Mr. Kckman aaid: The beatitude clinaen for our text etnnd central to the discussion of temptation which Jnmes pursues in thin chapter. The milject ia considered under two aspect. The writer begins with temptation in the iene of providential trial, and concludes with temptation in the sense of seduction to evil. The one may he understood a proceeding from Ood, though it ii per mitted by Him in the process of human discipline. The one is hailed as an occasion of good. The other is denounced as the tn...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 August 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. AUGUST 26, 1003, Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Adv.mce.- All V KilTIS, N( HATtiM Per 0"'iir f I i n tlmi'M 1 so. iVr Niju.trf rtn'h twtiseiiut'iil I it-c; tion . . . . J. All mivi-rtifcni'Mit itiM-nrd for I una ttiun three montliH eti irrt-d by the )"'";. 'i 'Irl '11 ' Onw-fourih t'.ii iniu One-ha If column. . . . One Column .. lo.'W. M.00. 75.00 Nothing 'nertrd for irs- than ft. l'roft."vonu! (JitriKoht! ycarl-i, Tin: coimvv pi'i:. jOno of our subscriimrH nu t iu Denver, v!i appreciates our ef forts to give the home nuns, souds us the following from too Rochester Democrat, which exact ly expresses tin: sentiments of a large nutiihoi of our subset ih ers. Kditor. It's III) Sixteen-pHp' C.litllltl thill ex presses hie Ml.-ll'.S vil-WS. Anil It's imt filled up h pictures, tor with telegraphic news: It isn't printed dailv wiili tin "exit i" (very hour. Ami tin' editor's :nt iM ai...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 August 1903

IiVIKLSVtN(i PAKAGKArHS J Of I cal l k..aal l.,lc. ti t. flalhcred i al Home or Clipped from our Exchange. coNnrNsni) for m umn ke.mhrs. Mrs. .lame Taylor of Huston town and son .T rli n called at the Nkws office a iV.v minutes while i'i town last Wednesday. From tho wheat cut ou eighteen acres m Franklin county, Heury K'lUtTinau threshed five hundred and . nin'ty-soven ush, ma chine measure. Henry T. Hard of Pittsburg, and Newton J. Hard of Pleasant llidgo, were pleasant callers at the News office while in town last Friday. Miss Cora V. Shoemaker, who had been visiting friends and at tending the funeral of her little niece, returned to Philadelphia Tuesday morning of last week. Mr.lt.N.Greathojd,ageut of the Standard Oil Co., Staunton, Va., with his two little sous. Robert Xewtou, Jr., and J. McD., spent u few days last week with his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs.'.. W. Creat hoad of this place. Daniel A. Cillis, who has a nice position iu the P. II. II. shops at Alloona is spending his su...

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. — 26 August 1903

QUITE TOO BY SIXOX Tier one was a woman to wofully neat Idut she swept her whole family into the. street. She lectuied on tidiness, clay after nay, 1'iU her children fan otf to the neighbor'! to play. And, sometimes, the "lorj of the manor would roam From his he.iutuul house which was never a home. Twaa a splendid expression of beauty nnd art, Cut it did not possess home's one requisite, heart. But this woman worked on with her brush, anA her broom, With hee servant she battled through room after room ; the vexed ui 1 she polished her beautiful floor Till her tnends hardly ventured inside of her doors. Her carpets so ve'.vetv one would refine In walk on. until he had dusted Ins rimes; Her cli. its ail so tidied, without and wit ) i it. That to sit on them seemed little less than a sin. NQ BT rwrrrrt- V thry come nt nil, they II come ti-nllit :" Tims briefly nud plainly, with true Anglo Saxon coolness, did our sturdy loader Inform u thnt, within n very few hours, hundreds of armed sa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 August 1903

Those Boston tllrlg. Arthur Miss Smartc culled re a lobster last night; at least, slie insin uated that I was. Frank I think you must have been mistaken. I can't believe she'd do such a thing as that. Arthur Well, then, what did she mean by answering me as she did? I said I never was so happy as when I was in the water, and she said: 'Natur ally.' What did that mean, I should like to know, if it wasn't that I was a lobster? FITSpprmiinentlyeured. No fltsornorvonv im aftr Dm Unv's use ot Dr. K lino's (lirnt NerveItatorer.t2trinl bottle and trentlsefre Vt. R. H. Hum, Ltd., 931 ArehBt., l'hUa.,P.i All the world may be a stnfje, but a lot of the actors are compelled to get out and walk. Mrs.Wlaslow's 9ootUln?3yrup for otilldf si teethlng.soiteutlie sums, reduces Inllammn llon,allayspatti,earoiwUil colic. 2Jc. abottla The export of automobiles is about $1, 000,000 a year. Jam sure Plso's Cure for CoosumptlonsiTst Diyllle yiroe years ai?o. Mas. XuouAS Ilos UKB.Mnple ht Norwich, K. Y., Feb...

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. — 26 August 1903

, Best 'i"Iu:otii,v .! 'u 'i irwhi H. G. W. Thomas of Wells Valley, spent 'a-! Saturday ;.inl Sunday with friends about llusiontowu. Irwin can give you a low price on Timotliv i'id. Dr. West -rill jri.a'-!i tit (inr 'IV hill nOTt Slin.h.v- tii..rr,!iw. ..,,1 i.-. I ..... - . v tiv 'unoilT IIIVI II III;., HJ . McConuoilsLnrg ir, 1 1 j o c' etii it; Mrs. J. I ( Jarland of Avr Sown shirv ir.fi nt (1, Vnu-a '',. n 1 - few minute while in t.vvn 'h ;rs (lay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thus. F. Shan spent Saturday afternoon und Sunday at the Crystal Springs Camp. Ed Heuder of Altoona lias spending the past v. eel; With his j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam joI ; Hender, of this place. Irwin soils the Standard Sow ing Machine l'ompi;uy's Ma chines. Four di.ferect jiiicjd machines to select from. Mrs. Jacob Sharp of K'no )s ville, and mother, Mr. Jane K t lin, of Altooaa, were $rii-sts "f friends in ton-ri last Thursday. Kev. Sliull will preach at '.'. t.i next Saturday eveuicy, and Si n day morning, ud at Eben...

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. — 2 September 1903

VOLUME 4. RAILROADS IN GERMANY. Time an0" Money Sacrificed for Human Safety. EMPIRE GREAT MILITARY CAMP. Henry Wolf is a 'Close Observer, and Writes Interestingly of What He Sees. Bounti ful Harvest Being Oolhered. Heubnch. Hivtscn Durmstiidt, UeruiHDy. Auxuxt IK. IHUH, Dkar Mk. Peck : If I do not intrude upon your time and space too much, I will attempt to write another letter from Germany to the Niows. The first thing that drew my attention in Germany was the perfect management of their rail roads. Time and money are both sacrificed for the safety of hu man life. Most all railroads are controlled by the Imperial gover ineiit. There are four classes of fares. First class is about the same as in the United States with very elegant coaches. The other classes are less nice and comfortable, but fourth class Is nothing but bare wooden benches at each side, and standing room in the middle. Fourth class fare is about one cent a mile and is a great blessing to the poor. The next thing I no...

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

MOFSILWS CONTROL Tit SltnalloB la Tnrilsh Empire Tends That Way. riQOROUS ACTION IS NECESSARY. lUaitJer LeUhata's Reports I th Suit D paraeat Show that Amerlcaat la Syria ad) Other Parti at lb Ottoaaa Empire Re quire Pratectloa Afforded by Warships Ravalaltaa Spreading. Washington, D. C (Special). Al ftougbj the tragic side of the situation ia Syria has now disappeared by the official news that Vice Consul Magcls itn. at Beirut, was not assassinated, but simply fired upon, the fact never theless remains that conditions in Sy ria and throughout the Ottoman Em pire are alarming, and that Americans residing there require the protection af forded by American warships cruising ia the nearest waters. It is this con sideration which caused the administra tion to determine that the error of the operator and its correction should make no change in the program, and that the orders to the European Squad son should not be recalled. Every -dispatch from Minister Lcish Tan and every communication...

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. — 2 September 1903

-POWER Of RELIGION" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Henry Knott. teoarkibly Slrooi Deliverance oa Ibe Sub Jecl el tbe Moral and Intellectual Force ot Christianity. Paws. KY.Tho Hov. Henry Knott, rector of St. Peter's 1'. K. Church in this city, preached n strong sermon on "The Jloral and Intellectual Power of Keligion." The text i chosen from Matt'aew v: 4S: "lie ye therefore perfect even as your Father, which U in lieuven is perfect." Mr. Knntt said: The Sermon nn the Mount contains the mm and substance of Christianity. In other words, we find it to he the very heart of the (lospcl; it divine precept transcending in moral grandeur the loftiest conception ever thought or spoken by mortal man. Great souls ollnme with the sacred fire of inspiration have hut mir rored the shadow of the tremendous real ities of the future, and the mind of genius searching for truth apart from revelation has failed to discover the meaning and the end of life. Here we have a command ut tered hy One who ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 September 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. SEPTEMBER 2, 1903.. Published Weekly. jSt.OOper Annum in Advance. ADVEUTISI SO RATH. Pit square of 8 lines 3 times II 60. Per square each sulisenuent Insertion.... 60. All advertisements inserted for less than three months charged bj the square. I mos. 8 mns, I yr. One-fourth column . . One-half column One Column ...Iiit.no. ... 26.00. .... 40.(10. 8J0.00. 40.00. 66.00. 8.H1.OO 6".0O 76.00 Nothing Inserted for less than II. Prof esnlonal Cards one year 16. LkiI Miscellany. A knight cap a helmet. A rolling pin gathers no dough. The mosquito never takes a va cation. Pessimism is the grave digger of hope. The village cut up A country surgeon. Summer will be gone before we've had any. One way to kill time is to talk it to death. It is just as well not to borrow more than you need. It is often the purchasers who are sold at a bargain sale. Every man's enemy seems to be writing a book now ...

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