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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 September 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Qathmd at Home or Clipped from our Exchange. CONDENED FOR HURRIED READER Uoa't forget the institute at Ncodniore next Saturday. Dr. West will preach at McCon nollsburg next Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. George C. Sipes was the guest of Mrs. Lake Garland last Monday. It is rumored that George C. Sipes of Gem, will be D. M. Ken dall's tenant farmer nextear. Miss Ola Metzler of Burnt Cab ins, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jen nie Anderson at Mtrcersburg. Mrs. J. N. Sheely of Greencas tie is visiting her son Editor J. Frank Sheely. N. E. M. Iloover has been elect ed to a school in Broadtop town ship, Bedford county. Prime Timothy Seed for sale at Stouteagle Bros. Price to suit the people. The local instituto at Fort Lit tleton last Saturday was well at tended. Baltzer Deshong, one of Lick ing Creek township's progressive citizens was in town Saturday. Our friend D. D. Deshong of Licking Creek township was in town Monday morning. Miss...

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. — 2 September 1903

PHHffl!l,mieH!lll'lligl A STORY OF mmMmmmmmmmmmmmm t 5OJ4. AM nn old grandfather's clock. In those days, when O I O there's a cry for "nil things 31 - now." anything that Is not SOtf "1 to date," however in teresting nml valuable It niny bo, la upt to be relegated to the helf. In my long life I must sny, truly, I Tinve n I ways been treated with the ut must deference nnd nffectlon, for, ynu see, p:rpl, of Rood family nnd high education generally nre very much at tached to handsome and useful lilts of furniture, nnd seldom discard them for a fashionable "fad." Anyway, I tirar that we are quite In ileinand now, hongh In bygone days there wore few liouscs that could not boast of olio of tis. nnd, to my thinking lr.it that's sieithcr hero nor there. I nni two hundred years old, and not ushnineJ to Fay so. A pood deal of ticking I've done In that time, and n ;noi denl of life I've fern. .' h. me: the 'hnngfs that take place with tin flight of nges. The old faces vanish anc. nre replaced ...

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. — 2 September 1903

SUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN YFAR5, Cotnplittlr Restored to Ilenltu. Sirs. P. Brunnel, wife of P. Bronxet, lock dealer, residence 3111 GrnnJ ve., lAerett, Wash., aaya: "Fol fifteen yenra I Buf fered with terrible fin I n In my back. 1 experimented with doctors and medi cines, but sot little If any relief. I no J,i tunlly believe tho celling In my bock and through the groin became worse. I did not know what It wo s to enjoy a ntgbt's rest and aroso In the morning feeling tired and un refresbed. My suf fering sometimes was simply inde scribable. Finally, I saw Doau's Kid ney Pills advertised and got -a box. After a few doses 1 told my husband that I was feeling much better and that the pills were doing me good. When I finished that box i felt like a different woman. I didn't stop at that though. I continued the treat ment until 1 had token five boxes. There was noj-ecurrenee until a week ago, when I began to feel miserable again. I bought another box and three days' treatment restored nie to ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 September 1903

Mr. C. Wilson Peck and family have moved from Philadelphia to Chester. Mrs. Mary Kelley of this place , spent last Friday and Saturday j in Thompson township. j The storm last Thursday even ing was unusually Bevere greatly damaging the public roads. Mr. Ahimaaz Clevenger, near Hancock, was in town last week. Mima was going over to Franklin. Miss TJelteStouteaele returned toLemasterandou Monday start- ed in for another vonr'a trnrlr I at his store, ut uu.v time during busi James O. Patterson went back j noss hours. to New Wilmington, Pa., Monday ! to spend another year at West-1 minster college. Mr. and. Mrs. A. W, Deshong, of Pleasant Hidge, were among the visitors at McConncllsburg last Saturday. Mrs. Lillian Laurence of Phila delphia, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Patterson du ring the past week, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ilootv. of iu,.,ru, returnea nome Monaay , after havmg spent a few days , among friends in tins county. Mr. T. J. Comerer and Miss ; Daisy Wink of this place...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 September 1903

C0ttf VOLUME 4. McCONNLLLSBUUG, PA., SEPTEMBER 9, 1903. NUMHER 5 2 LETTER, NUMBER THREE, Writtcu for the NEWS, by Rev. Wolf, While in Deutchland. Henry DAIRY AND BEET-SUGAR INDUSTRIES. Farmers Realiie $40.00 an Acre on Their Beet Crops. Large Production ol Wine, and Everybody Drinks Beer. Heuhnch. Hesnen DurmstiuU, Oermttny, Auxunt 17, 1903, Mh. Editou. In ray last letter I wrote about the creamery liore. It was built by an association of farmers, 72 in number, and cost them 150,000 marks, equal to about $i)7,000. It pays a yearly dividen of 5 per cent. The but ter is sold at 110 pfennigs, equal to 27 cents. Cheese ranges from 12 to eveu 50 cents per pound. As I shall speak of values as represented by German coins, I will here explain that the coins of the German Empire are of gold, silver, nickel and copper, the smallest denomination being tho pfennig, which is worth about one-fourth of a cent in U. S. mon ey. As a mark is worth 100 pfen nigs, it has a value about the same as our 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. — 9 September 1903

WANTS TO AVOID WAR Sit It Hostilities Are Forced Upon Bui taria She Will Accept the Challenge. JIANY DEPREDATIONS OF THE TURKS. Tie Macedonian Qaeitlon Can Not Be Settled Wlthoot the Intervention ol the Power Bulgaria's War Minister Declaref That, Skoald Tarkey Attack, the Present Army Ctald Hold Tnrkt In Check. Sofia, Bulgaria (By Cable). Accord ing to reliable reports from Varna at the recent council of ministers presided over by Prince Ferdinand at the pal ace of Euxinograd it was resolved that Bulgaria should continue to maintain an attitude of the strictest neutrality in the Macedonian question, and further, that the most stringent measures should be adopted to prevent anything lively to cause a disturbance in Bul garia's relations with Turkey. The war minister is reported to have spoken strongly in the council against any thought of Bulgaria declaring war rm Turkey first on account of the enormous expediturc that such a war would involve, and secondly. because the great powers...

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. — 9 September 1903

DUAL M1NDEDNESS OF MAN A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. C, J. Greenwood. Mei( Stisgested by the Eighth Chapter of Romans Mind of Flesh and Mind of Spirit. TVestfiei.d, X. J. The Eav. C. J. Hrcen rood, pastor of the First liaptist Church here, who recently enmo from Meriden, Conn., nnd is mailing a deep impression, preached Sunday morning on ''The Dual Jhndedncss of Man." The test was chosen from Komaiw, viii:6: "For the mind of the flesh i denth; but the mind of the apirit ii life Hud peace." Air. Greenwood said: The eighth chapter of Komans is full oj startling Btatcments and convincing cli maxes. It is the great assurance chapter, triimning with "So condemnation" and sr.iling with "No separation." It is a re liable thermometer with which to take one's spiritual temperature. It is a aplen diil excitant and tonic for spiritual heart failure. If taken in sufficient doses at fre- ?iicnt interval)!, it will relieve that tired reling which comes over so many of us diuinit the summer mo...

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. — 9 September 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURU, PA. SEPTEMBER 0, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AiriRTi.sio urn. Per quare of line X timen II M. Per square each subsequent Insertion .... no. All advertisement Inserted for leu than three month aharged by (be square. t mo-t. Pulpy I I yt. One-fourth column IIS 00. One-half ooluoin .oo. One Column 40.00. 120 00. 40.00. 66.00. 00 ISO 00 76.00 Nothing- Inserted for less than 11. Professional Cards one year V. W'ARMNO TO SUPERVISORS. On last Wednesday night or very early Thursday morning, says the Orbisonia Dispatch, as a son or employe of John C. Goss, whoso home is in Clearfield coun ty, but at the present time is do ing some contract work in the vi cinity of Grafton, Huntingdon county, was driving in a carriage near Grafton, his horse plunged over a steep bank by the roadside and was killed. The driver him self was uninjured. Mr. Goss was informed of the loss of his h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 September 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local mid General InlcreM, Gathered al Home or Clipped from our Exchaqgcs. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Yea klo of Uaucock spent Saturday and Sunday with friends near this place. MisseH E. L. and E. C. Ten brook of Philadelphia are visitiog Di and Mrs. W. L. McKibbin of this place. Mr. A. P. Braut of Licking Creek township dropped in early Monday morning and pushed his subscription Into 1904. Mr. Harry Uuston of Glendora Miss., arrived here last Saturday for a two weeks visit among his friends in this county. Miss Gertrude Uoke was sum moned to Clearfield last week to take charge of one of the public schools at a nice salary. Mr. Kobort Fryman is spend ing a few days in Waynesboro on a business trip. He was accom panied by his daughter Meta. Miss Minnie Reisner went to Shippensburg Monday morning to enter the Normal for her final year's work before graduation. Miss Jessie Wishart, who had been visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. 11. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 September 1903

MOSE HOWARD'S FISH -TRAP ! BV J. R. H AM M ON D . ironEMfs squab, pro. f.i ua.it nf mil luwrnn Itl N tho Skunkvill? UlKtrlct . ..I m1iiiii1 vt9 n fiinii nf mi In. 1 ti It-lit vc turn of uiiml. is. ''Hearing some uf t lie Bcholur ills- cusslng n prospective roon limit tlmt was to come off tlic following Satur day nl .lit, the professor drew near mid inquired if they would allow lilm to Join tlll'lll. "Of course you kin Jinn us.1' said Mose Ilownril, who wn the ringleader Tn nil tlit' ili vllmciit in tln neighbor liood. '-i:iiiii tu liuve you go 'leng. V.vil mil for you." 'Thank you." Hiiiil ttx professor. "I v.ver was coon hunting In my life, though 1'vp always wanted to so just o see how it Is done, you know." According to promise, Mom.' Howard. Did; Miller niul .lot' Smiley culled for llnv profcv.ur, who im r.'ii'ly niul waiting, niul who Join ,1 the hunters, -lUticipiltillg 11 Jolly tillli'. After winding tin till- coon limit, vhi.-h resulted In tiie -:i p: m: of five P"S"Uiim niu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 September 1903

IC Moth er I'lwu'vi II UUUIVU Willi consumption for many years. At last she was given up to die. Then she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was speedily cured. ' D. P. Jolly, Avocs, N. Y. No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take. It's too risky to wait until you nave consump tion. If you are coughing today, get a bottle or Cherry Pectoral at once. . Tarts slits t Me.. Me., II. All Jraf rlttf. Commit four doctor. If h tsVs It, then do at bo says. If he toll. Ton not to takt It, then don't Uke It. Re knowi. Lssts It with hlin. We ara vllllne. J. v. at eh i o ixiwell, Mm. ASTHMA TAYLOR'S ASTHMA REMEDY will cure any case of Asthma by persistent uso. Regu lar size box, by mail, 33c.) three for SI.OO. T.Taylor & Co Green Cove Springs, Fla. ATEN Tsi ' TKAUIC.'IAKKM AVI) rRNHint. Are on luteresteilf Millions of dollar, Iiave boon made out of Patent, end Traile-MnrKW. Millions of dollars are approurl. sled to m pensio...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 September 1903

Miss Molhe ycjlar relumed to the Pension Office at Pittsburg Tuesday. Amos Seville lost a valuable horse last Sunday due to an at tack of colic. Mr. C. S. WilUinsou, during his visit to the Eastern Shore last week, purchased a valuable farm. Miss Mao Ixmg, of Newport, Pa., is visiting her niece Mrs. Chas. E. Uarton. Divine service at St. Paul's next Sabbath morning and even ing at the usual hours ; at IHg Cove Tannery in the afternoon. Whilo George Mills nf Union township did not land the Associ atojudgeship, ho has just finish ed gathering a crop of 713 bushels of buckwheat. Rev. Baugher will preach next Sunday at 10 a. in. at Oakley; at 3 p. m. at Cedar Grove, and 7:45 p. tn. at Antioch. A set of good second hand single-strap breast collar driving harness in good repair for sale cheap at John S. Harris's, Mc Connellsburg. Harry Dalbey went to Phila delphia Tuesday morning, where he accepts a position in a drug store, and will take a course in pharmacy. New advertisements 11. S. Pa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 September 1903

V Ml VOLUMK 4. McCONNl-LLSllUUG, PA., SEPTKM1JEK 1, 1003. AGE AND CHILDHOOD. The firim Reaper No Respecter of Per-Hons. MRS. CATHARINE KRIECHBAUM, A Member o( one of the Oldest Families of the Cove.-Orman Lester, Little Son of Mr. aod Mrs. (ieorge Paylor. CAT H Kill N K Kill KC'HUA UM . Mrs. Catherine Kriecbbaum, widow of Philip Kriechbaum, de ceased, died at her residence in Ayr township on Monday even in?, September 14, 1903, aged 81 years and 1 month. Funeral services held in the Lutheran church at MeCounells hurg on Wednesday following, and interment made in the grave yard at the church. Mrs. Kriechbaum was a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ott, both long since deceased, and was born on the old Ott home stead, now the property of C. J. Brewer in the Gove. About fifty-five years ago she was united in marriage with Philip Kriechbaum, who preceded her to the grave about fifteen years ago. Mrs. Kriechbaum was a wo man of remarkable vitality, aud up to within a few days of her death...

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. — 16 September 1903

COUNTERFEITED IN PEN PeMiTtvaoia Convicts Occupied Tbclr Time Making Bad Money. 'WSCOVERED BY THE INSPECTORS Tfcrm It Belief Tbil Certain Employed Who fa Favors tor tht Prisoners, Such at Maftlni Letters, la Violation ot the Rulti ol 1st UtUlatlM, Were dlveo tht Bofns Hoacy 11 Tips. Philadelphia, Ta. (Special). Coun terfeiting within the walls of the East ttra penitentiary, where more than half score of men are now expiating s;m Sar crimes, is the latest sensational de velopment in the investigation that is lcing made into the alleged loose meth ods in the institution. Criminals, principally men who arc undergoing sentences for counterfeiting and it is believed at least one employe 4 the institution have been discov ered in a combination to manufac ture and put into circulation a large quantity of bogus dollars, half-dollars and quarters. It is known that a large quantity the coin is already in circulation in the prison, but how much of it has gone cnittide is undetermined. Enough c...

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. — 16 September 1903

"CROSS BEARING A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. James E. Ho mes. L'rjM III to Hivt thj Paul Spirit of Co.iragt tail Contentmco', Evca When Wt Sill ier Under Load ot Adverilly. Brooklyn, Y. In the Siimmerfield Mcthodiet Kpiscopal Church Sunday morn ing the pastor, the Rev. James K. Holme, hid for hia aubjert "Crosa Bearing." Me took aa hi text Matthew xxvii: 32: "And u they pome out they found n man ot Cyrene, Simon bv name; him they com pelled to bear Ilia croaa." Mr. llolmei laid: Three kind of croasea wero in uae in tho days of Jcaua, the so-called St. Andrew's cross, the croaa in the form of the letter "T" and the ordinary Latin croaa, It was on the laat of these that Jcaua auffered trticilixion. Thia conaiated of a etrong up right post, which waa enrried beforehand tn the place of execution, and two croaa- pieces, which were born by the victim. It waa these transverse piecea which proved too heavy for the Master. It wai prob ably between the hours of 9 and 10 o'clock in the mor...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 September 1903

rULTON COUNTY Nt-WS.j -. 1 1 t Published Every Thursday. ' fi. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. 1 McCONNELLSBURG, PA. SEPTEMBER 16,' 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AOVBHTISINU RATBH. I'er square of 8 lines 8 time.. .11 SO. Pcrsouare euch subseuuenl Insertion w. All advertisements inserted for lew than tbrea montba charged by tbe square. " A mos. t tiiii'H. I yr. One-fourth column . , One-half column One Column , .Iiri.iiu. i tai iiu. I . .ou. w.uii .. 4000. I MOO. ; no woo 75.00 Nothing Inserted for lew than II. Professional Cards one jear (ft. Local Mlacrllaay. Fall openings in oysters are an nounced. Every day is a palmy day to the palmist. Even the dead beat may be very much alive. Some people are too sharp to be flattered. You can never say of an egg that it's too fresh. It's generally the lazy man , whose liver won't work. i Luck won t always boost you over the rough places. The egotist who enjoys his own society is never lonesome. It's all right to have a ho...

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. — 16 September 1903

INTERESTING PAIUGRAPIiS 01 Local mid General Interest, (iatlitied at Hume or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. The editor's family ia indebted to u. ti. Myers lor some nice summer rambos. Mr. N. 1. Finiff presented this oilicowith a nice lot of big ap ples. Mr. S. M. Andrewsj ouo of Bethel's enterprising young citi zens, spent last Thursday night in town. The dental students don't make the football team because they have the strongest pull. Married neonle should take some consolation from the fact that they might have done worse. A man can sometimes gain his point in an argument by allowing tlio other fellow to talk himself out. The rapidity with which some niou make money is only equaled by the rapidity with which other men lose it. Some girls waste a lot of time looking for the ideal man when there are a lot of real ones lying around loose. The average woman thinks it's just horrid if her husband is jeal ous of her, and just horrid if he isu't ; so there y...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 September 1903

THE LOWER EANCH. m- BY HATTIE HORNER LOUTHAN. .MOK. ASON GRANT sat In his liKlit spring wagon, wait O I O Ing to go with IiIh wife and t R tuT friends to tlio Lower Ranch. She was really going, nlthough she hnd vowed thnt slip never would. Hut they were not reaily yet. and he bowed his head on his hand and allowed his mi iid to wander over the aluioHt twenty Jenr of their married life. No one would over neru.se Jason Oant of sentimentality: yet In thin retrospection hit) thoughts dwelt with singular persistence upon a pertain morning In a haying season long neo, when pretty Mnry Moure hnd crnin to lielp his mother co:ik for tho hay hand. I!p recalled the Jealous pans with "which he saw ilie young minister drive Mnry to t li door-for .bison flrniit. Ii::rd-worklng, rloe-hiiii'led, grasping, v.-ns never given to Heiitlnictit. But twenty yean made a ('.inference; nnd lie had heea at that time what most of th" other f:ir:ner hoys were even though every one thought liim wrapped up la lan...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 September 1903

Tramp Changed His Mind. Friends of a resident of the northern section of the city are enjoying a- story which he tells at his own expense. The gentleman in question is a six-footer snd is proportionately broad and solid. He lives on Blant avenue, and as lie was passing along the hallway the other day a brisk ring was given the front door bell. He turned to the door, opened it and found himself con fronted by a bit of a man, a sort of pocket edition, much the worse for wear and evidently belonging to the genus tramp. "Well, what do you want?" the man of the house asked. "Ah ah please, sir," the man on the doorstep stammered, looking up at the man towering above it, "I ah ah was going to ask for some of your old clothes, but (another glance at the big man in the doorway) I've changed my mind." We are to be rewarded, not only for work done, but for burdens borne, and I am not sure but that the brightest rewards will be for those who have torne burdens without murmuring. FITSpermanpntly...

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. — 16 September 1903

DON'T GROWL. It is not ours, but the railroad company 's fault that you get the "News" a day late this week. Prime Timothy Send for sale at Stouteagle Bros'. Price to suit the people. .Miss Abbio Uoupt anuouuees that slio will do plam sewing, cheap. Give her your work. Last Thursday Davy Little pur chased the Cooper House proper ty including the hotel and the store building adjacent for $G, 100. Mr. Willis Younker and Miss Lucretia 1J. Myers, both of Thompson township, wore mar ried by Squire Daniel Covalt on the 2th ult. Atteuttou is called to the fact that owing to another sale being in the neighborhood, the date of II. II. Brideustine's sale at New Grenada, has beeD changed from Saturday 19th to Saturday, Sep tember 20th at 10 o'clock a. M. Sec advertisement elsewhere in this paper. New advertisements Racket Store. ! II. Sierer & Co., Chambers- J burg. Ilege & Myers, Mercorsburg. Sun Bros. Big Show. Mrs. A. F, Little. Geo. V. Keisner, & Co. Alexander Sutherland, of Oi...

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