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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

.t. VOLUME 5. iMcCONNELLSHURG, PA., SEPTEMBER 23, 1903. NILMUER 1 FROM THE OLD COUNTRY. Henry Wolf Tells More About His Trip to Qermany, BEAUTIFUL CITIES AND SCENERY. Visited the Old Hornet of tbe flreues, the llobmani, the Hetnbuchs, tbe Koiulli, the Schmidts, sod others. As my former letters treated exclusively of Hessen Darmstadt I shall in this one describe a trip I made into Hessen Cassel, or province bordering on Hessen Darmstadt. My motive for this trip was, to see, whether there were any of my wife's parents or relatives over there. Seventy years ago, the late Adam Gress of Tod township this county, and his wife Elizabeth, (uee Ommert) both of the town of Elm, Hessen (Jassel, emigrated to Fulton county, Pennsylvania, and through time, many others of their relatives followed them. At last all communications between the old and the new world ceased. So those many years, there was nothing heard from Elm. Now, the distance from Heubach to Elm is sixty-tivo miles. I tuok the trai...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

RESIGNS FROM CABINET Lard Balfour and Financial Secretary Elliott JWLNER TO SUCCEED CHAMBERLAIN. Tat Latter Not a Member of Ike Cabinet, bat ft Faraer Secretary from Scotland Now four Vacaat British Cabinet Oltlce to Be Fillea Tbe Duke of Dcvoashlre Will Like ly Resale. London (By Cable). Lord Balfour rf Burleigh, Secretary for Scotland, and Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot, Fi nancial Secretary to the Treasury, have resigned ami their resignations have lxn accepted ! the King. Mr. Elliot was not in the Cabinet. These two resignations make a total cl lour vacant Cabinet posts and one secretaryship at Premier Balfour's dis position. With the latest resignations, both men being strong free-traders, it is understood that the ministerial resig nations are completed, and apparently the Duke of Devonshire has decided to remain in the Cabinet. It is practi cally certain that Austin Chamberlain, Lord Milner and Mr. Broderick will lake the Exchequer, Colonics and In dia portfolios, respectively, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

"SUPREME OPPORTUNITY" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Cornelius WoeHkln. The Fascinating. Biblical Homines ol Esther Sell Year Opaorlanlty Resolutely. NKW Yohk City. Sunday morning the Rev. Cornelius Woelfkin. minister of she Greene Avenue Baptist Church, had for his subject "A Supreme Opportunity." Ho chose as hia text Esther iv: 14; "Who knoweth whether thou urt ;omo to the kingdom for audi a time a thia?" Mr.. Woelfkin aaid: The history of Esther ia a fascinating romance. Every changing scene in the panorama ia a graphic illiu .ration of the providence of (Tod. It traces the transi tion from obscurity to prominence; from weakness to power. Tho scene opens showing Esther an orphan girl belonging to a captive and despised race. Naturally, every door of influence would be closed to her. Alone in the world, dependent upon a cousin's bounty, the horizon or ncr life was limited. Her chief endowment was beauty, and tlint, as the world goes, it more likely to become a snare of evil tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

7 COUNTV NEWS. Xyery Thursday. nor and Proprietor. cCONNELLSBURG, PA. SEPTEMBER 23, 1903, Published Weekly. JJ51.00 per Annum in Advance. AliVKRTtSIWO I1TEH. Pit square of S lines S times II so. Per square each subsequent Insertion.... Bo. All advertisements Inserted for less three months oharyed by the square. than 3 mot. Dunn. I I yi One-fourth oolumn H5.0D. One-half column am. One Column 40.00. wo.oo 50.00 Ts.oo 40.no. MOO. Nothing Inserted for less than II. Professional Curds one year .". ROCKY CLIFF. Buckwheat crops arc pood. Farmers are getting ready to Beed. George Sipo w as in town Sat urday. Jack Frost has made his ap pearance. Corn is getting ripe j good fod der, but poor corn. There were a dozen persons at the corn cutting at D. D. Uann's. After cutting a nice lot of corn, they returned to the house, where refreshments wore served. Last Sunday Oliver Sipos was at George Sipes', Miss Etta Hockensmith spent the day with Miss Frances Sipes, and Miss Tena Sipes was the guest ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local uml General Intercut, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. DISTRESSING ACCIDENT. Mis Corn A. Spccr of Saluvlu Burned lit Death Tuesday. WAS BOILING CIDER FORAPPLEBLTTER. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. W. S. Gracey of Taylor was in town Monday. Jonathan Peck of Gem, and daughter Blanche, spontlast Sat urday in this place. Benjamin Deshong of Saluvia, was at the county seat last Satur day. William Keebaugh of Uuston town, spont Saturday in town on business. Prime Timothy Seed for sale at Stouteagle Bros'. Price to suit the people. Miss Minnie McGovern, of Bristol Tennessee, is visiting her friends and relatives here. Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Fo ley's Kidney Cure. Sold at Trout's drug store. Editor and Mrs. J. Frank Sheely attended the funeral of their brother-in-law, Mr. B. R. Parker at Mercersburg last Wednesday. Mrs. Edgar H. Criswell and lit tle daughter Jean who had been resting at the Fulton House a w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

TOAST. A fount to thoe who come to grace, This day our hoard. And, with the cheer of smiling f.ce, To share our hoard! They arc our friend, snd friend arc sent O plan beninn! To be the home's het ornament. Heav'n imre me mine! And mnv our lnrdcr e'er contain Of meat and ihink Enough to forire for friendship's chain, Another link! Columbus Dispatch. THE SEVEN i i ITTLE WOMEN, Translated From the Portuguese By William S. Birge, M. D. Ji :, k i, j. . 4 ABIE Mt drearily waiting -yf-m- )i for her fathiT to come from O V I tI"' t:lv,'l'!1 '" t1"' viliiK'. J Many years of sunshine nn. I TIOfT Slia'.O'iV lUHl pUSSeil SillCO Iier mother liml kissed her and then linil crossed tin1 dark, silent river to n 1:111(1 of brightness. Joy st ml pence. Mario wns almost In despair, for thero vrns only a small, black loaf In tlie ciiplionrJ, mill she was often bent on when Antone, her father, wns mi-I.TJ-. Suddenly there wns n timid knock at tlie door. "Come In," said Marie. The door swung slowly open n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

Snoberly'i French. ' Young Snobcrly is very anxious to create the impression that he is "a Son" at French. A few evenings ago, it the club-room, he took a French comic paper, and for half an hour he pretended to be absorbed in its con tents. Every once in a while he would fmile feebly, as if he had been carried sway by the jokes, and say audibly. "Bon, tres bon." There were several gentlemen at the adjoining table who had been notic ing Snoberly's antics. At last one of them said, "See that Snobcrly over there pre tending to read that French paper? I am certain that he does not understand French. He is just doing that to im press the people with his knowledge as a linguist." "I suppose he must understand "I'll bet a bottle of wine that he doesn't, and I'll prove it." i ll take the bet." The gentleman who had made the bet walked quietly over to Snobcrly and said, "Monsieur, qu'clle hcure est il?" (What o'clock is it, sir?") Young Snoberly smiled ft Parisian sin ilc. and gracefully ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 September 1903

Chimpfon Wheeler. Nolson Dauicls, at Judge Mor ton 'a bnrlr yard, wheeled from mud rniJl, distance about sixty varda, at one timo, ouough mud ! Q to mould lit bricks, each' weigh-1 S iug t pounaa, making a total, weight ot 108(1 lbs. Nelso says he can do a little bettor. Limekiln Wood For Sale. A nice lot of pine limekiln wood for sale cheap. See i A. M. Sevillk, McConncllsburg, Pa. Thanks, Mart Martm Averts. Licking Creek of V No Suit In Court. 1 will attract half so much attention, as -those beautiful late style FALL SUITS that are beinjj gotten out at our busy merchant tailor ing establishment. REMEMBER that it doesn't cost any more in the 'long1 run to wear clothes that fit you, that are well made and made of fashionable material, than to wear shod- I; ; ay oui-oi-aaie siun. ..... ... emember m a d mi i JLf JSL VJL JL JGL township, brought mo a box . .. mil it c nnr hucinocc In tnun m tnnU .., IL iUa nearly all ono size. I weighed one l lw r.H luUui wmi ' cnani:es in siyie ana m...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

Cotintg ICi0. V .A H VOLUME 5. McCONMiLLSIUIKG, PA., SEPTOIIEU 30, 1903. NUMHEK 2 J HENRY WOLF'S 4TB LETTER Utiles Interestingly About Forestry in the German Empire. EVERY FOOT OF GROUND UTILIZED. the Seed Broadcast lor Crop of Pine Treen, and for Oaks, Acorn are Dropped and Covered with a Hoe like Corn. In this letter I shall try to say .ometbing about the forests of iermany, which constitute a very mportant factor in German econ omy. It is well known that Germany, outh of the fifty-first degree of latitude, is all hills and moun tains, with the exception of the plain of the Rhine. Some of these mountains bear the name of ffald" (that is, forest); as Oden- wald, Schwarz-wald, Thuringeu tald, and Teuteburger-wald. Sov,among these hills and moun tains is very much land not suit ed for any kind of agriculture : so all such lauds are utilized in raising timber. This raising of timber has been carried on for many centuries, and forestry has become a very important aud dis tinct science....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

PLUNGES Om TRESTLE Entfneer, Fireman, Conductor, Mail Clerks Killed. JflNE DEAD AND SEVEN INJURED. Pail Mall lid Express From New York lor New Orleans, Running al High Speed, Joans lbs Track on Trestle Over Creek Near Danville, Vs., and Locomotive and Fsar Cars Fall 7S Feel Into the Wstcr. Charlotte, N. C (Special). While Tunning at a high rate of speed train No. V7f on the Southern railway, the south bound mail, one of the fastest regular trains in the world, jumped from a tres tle 75 pet high half a mile north of Danville, Va., and was almost de molished. Of the crew of 16 men, in cluding postal clerks, on the train, 9 were killed and 7 injured. The express messenger, W. F. Pinkey, wai the only person on the train that es caped uninjured. All of the injured men are seriously hurt and have been taken to the hospital in Danville. The recovery of Mail Clerk Spies is not expected, and other clerks re thought to have received mortal in juries. The trestle where the accident occur red i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

"CHRISTIAN CERTAINTY" l Brilliant Sunday Sermon by Rev. Regi nald J. Campbell. J l,IH la Beautiful Languors of lh Altar net of Devin Mercy Which Baoy the Hearti el Believers. .c filled the Auditorium here Sunday corning to listen to the Rev. Reginald John Campbell, piuitor of tne City Tern J London. Hid subject was "The Ground i Christian Certainty." He said: yr text, or rather, my two texts, will bo found, one in the third chapter and four nnth verse and the other in the fourth thipter and nineteenth Torse of the First Epistle of St. John: "We know that we bive pued from death unto life, because it love the brethren. He that lovetb not Kit brother ahideth for death." "We love Him because He hrat loved u." The thought is not one of simple grati tude. The text leaches us .hat the power il loving comes from the fact that God is love. The writer of the fourth gospel, whether he was or . was not the Apoxtle John, was prohcolv one of the greatest theologians that ever lived, because his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

FULTON COUNTV NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor, McCQNNELLSBURG, PA. SEPTEMBER 30, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AtlVIRTlHtlfO RATH. Per square of 8 line 8 time 11 60. Per square each subsequent Inacrtlon.... no. AH advertisements Inserted for lem than inree munthi obarged by the square. 3 mi m. U in n, i y r. One-fourth column . . One-hnlf column One Column .Iifi.no. . 25 oa .. 40.0U. 820.00. I 40.1)0. 66.00. I mo.n Mi.UO 75.00 Nothing InsnrtPd for lem than ft. Professional Card one year 86. POPULAR CIVIL WAR SONU. Orif la of the One-Time Favorite, When Johnny Comet Marching Home. One of the most popular of the Civil War songs, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," came near being stifled at its birth. It was written by Louis Lambert, a native of Connecticut, and a grad uate of Yale. At the outbreak of the Rebellion he offered his ser vices to the Governor of his State but was rejected on account of his youth. So he remained at col ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

INlBIiSTINQ PARAGRAPHS Of Local mid General Interest, Gathered - at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. M. U. Shaffrier, Esq., spent a day in Chambersburg last week. Miss Dora Johnston, of Burnt Cabin?, called at the News office a few minutes while in town last Thursday. Prime Timothy Seed for sale at Stoutoagle Bros'. Price to suit the people. Frantt Duffy of Webster Mills, spent a few days in Baltimore last week. Miss Josephine Bergstresser, of Waterfall, spent last Thursday with relatives and friends in this place. Free, a knife worth at least 50c for only 25 tags from Honest John Plug and 5c, postage. Jeff Hockensmith of Saluvia called at the Mews office a few minutes last Saturday. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the diseased kidneys sound so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. Sold at Trout's drug store. Mr. Samuel Mellqtt of Ayr township last week bought the Adam Steiger farm near Mer cersburg for $7,500. Honest John Plug has been made muc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

WHEN THE SHIP COMES IN, Sailing into rapid' land? Customs he collect: At the dock he tike his stand. Baggage he insots. Borne one tries to hide hU heart, Keeps it in his boots; Others still would dodge with arl Heavy tax on suits. Travelers exhibit fpar. Smugglers lng behind, Till at last tliev gather cheer, For they tin.l him blind! -MMjinilburjH Wi'.son, in the New York Herald. lllAB'gEYEg. I BT FREDERIC HOWE MARION. .MOM. AB S pyes did It nil. TCT ,n "'0 n''Nt plm'u 1 f,'n jyj O in love with them. Tlmt f, in nut strange, for tlu-y "5OW were blue nnd bright as u rain-wnshi 1 sky. I liml been on lied to Knscville o;i linsiners. I have t:o I: "sitaii'-y In pro- no-.:ncliig Koscville the prettiest place In ttii! world, for everybody bus it roe Viirdcn. Moreover, wild rose bloom till lonj the roadside, and some species of rose-creeper climbs tho rough bark of the outstanding trees, and hangs "lusters of odorous blossoms from the awaying boughs. The houses are ull respectable country s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

FITSperroanentlveiirpd. So ntaorrerTnna. res' after flint duv'n vne nt Dr. Kline' Orfn' NerreKeitorer. tatrint hottlo nnrt trait Iof'-fi Dr.R.H. Ltd., C31 Arch Ht., r-fclln., Pa. There are people who em to take more Interest in our attniri than we do our aelvei. Mrs. Window's RoothlnRSyrup for r'llltlr'D teething, soften the gum, reducer Inftnmni 11. tlon.allays pftln.enros wind eollo. 25c. a bottle Self-preservation it the flmt law of na ture, and moit women try to look well pro erved. At her home, in Broadway, England, Mrs. Mary Anderson Navarro has be come a successful raiser of chickens. A Cough " I hive made t most thorough trial of Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral and m prepared to say that for ill dis eases of the lungs it never diaap points." J. Early Finley, Ironton, O. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral won t cure rheumatism; we never said it would. It won't cure dyspepsia; we never claimed it. But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds. We first said this sixty years ago; we've been saying...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 September 1903

Mr. D. C. Hart of Whips Cove, is taking a course in the Phila delphia College of llorology. Next Sunday Uev. Shull will preach at Siloarn at 10 A. M.; at Ebenezer at 2 P. M., and Asbury at 7 :30. Jake Comeror of Mercersburg, spont last Sutiday afternoon with AKERSVII.I.E. Listen for wedding bells. M. A. Uarkman and family vis' itod James Jackson last Sunday. Walter IJiirton visited Haslet Walters last Sunday. Geo. Fletcher visited G. W. Conner Sunday. Roy Duvall is singing a new his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ' sot:g. It is a boy. Comeror, of this place, Administrator's Notice. Notice in hurnfov iflven that letter nf admin- iHtnitlon hHve t--ti k'nniti'tl tUu nrHUTMlifnc tl Mpou the esttite of .tunioH 1.. Kcrhn lte of liihltn titwiivh:)) KiiMon omim.v. I'll.. oV'i:um- 1 ft). All prison-, huviny cltiiniN iiyulnsi uid ei- j tfUe will prtisi-tit Hmmii prop'Tly nitOiehtk'tiicil lor st't tleintMit. iunl those ouliifr the Hume will pleivMO citll lltiu leltle. T. E FLF.MINO. Sept. 0. inrc...

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

tflk fvAUm 1 VOLUME n. McCONNELLSBUUG, PA.. OCTOBER 7, 1903. NUMBER 3 B1RB1NGEN ON THE RHINE i Henry Wolf Writes of the Historic River and Its Towns. ALSO OF ITS VINE CLAD HILLS. The Culture of drapes nd the Manufacture of Oerman-Rhinc Wine Supports a Large Population. In this letter I shall write of my travels, down the valley of the Rhine, from Mainz to Koln. This romantic spot, I have traversed throe times twice by rail, and once by steamer. The distance is eighty miles, Mainz has a pop ulation of 73,000 and Koln, 281, Oi.Ki. Between these two cities are t wo other large towns, name ly, Bonn with 40,000 and Cobleuz with 33,000; there are, also, twen ty more towns, of various sizes scattered along those eighty miles. Now, all of these towns, are located on the left bank of the rivnr. There are two railroads run ning between Mainz and Koln, one nn each side of the river. I took the route on the left side, namely Bingen, Coblenz and Bonn. Most of the distance between Mainz huJ Koln ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 October 1903

TOWN RUINED BY TORNADO Scvm Killed and 28 Injured at St Charles, Minn. SCORES OF HOUSES ARB WRECKED. The Victim Bartee) Uader tht Rolns-Oae Man Kllk4 by a Flaw Which Wn Buries T breath lb Air hy the Farce ol the Wia4 Sanrlvora Ant Seamed by the Cat astrophe. St Paul (Special). The town of St. Charles, in Winona county, was almost jped out by a tornado. Seven persons were killed and 28 were injured, many of tliem seriously. The stricken town is altogether cut tjff from wire communication. The main street was almost wiped out, hardly business place being left standing.. Forty-two residences were destroyed. The total property damage is estimated at $ 100,00a Among the buildings demolished were the Central School building, the Chicago Great Western depot, the Catholic church and Parrott's wagon works. The day had been abnormally sultry for this season of the year, and during the morning there had been showers accompanied by fitful gusts of wind. Toward noon the sky became heavily overca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 October 1903

eft "THE CALLING OF LIFE" j Brilliant Sunday sermon By Kev. rr, S. Parks Cadman. Otr Soul's Pic Is Liable lo Ee Set to Perishable Strains, Where Noble Means Are Used for Little Ends. Brooklyn. N. Y. Dr. .Samuel l'arkea firimnn, pastor of the Central Congrega tional Church, occupied his pulpit for the (nit time Sunday morning since hie vaca tion and his return from Kurope. A large congregation had nssembled. i'he aermnn hj upon "The Calling of Life," nnd the ,C frnm flip Kit-st. V.itistlo tn flip Cnrift. thians i:2, "Called to be saints." Dr. Cad- fin said in the course of n strong sermon: To-day we enter upon the fifteenth year of our church'a existence nnd work. He iind in lies the honorable past, conferring oblisation more than feeding pride, a holy prophecy in living deeds and a strong root of confidence that (iod, even the iod of our fnthers, who has reared this pillar to His nnma and glory, will not break it in the midst. .So this year of jubilee ie unon u. nnd those considerat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 October 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS.! Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBUKG, PA. OCTOBER 7, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AI1VKHT1H1RO UtU Per KQuure of f linen 8 times II 60. Peraqunre each niibnequent Insertion.... ftO. All adTll.rmenti Inserted for leas tbao three month chanted by the square. H iimm. : a inn-. ; I yt. One-fourth column. One-halt column.... One Column . .lift.no. . . 'Jft.llO. ... 40.00. SiOOO. 40 00. ftft.OO. I :t0.O ftOUO 75 00 Nothing Inserted fur lew than II. Prof emlonal Card one year 16. WELLS TANNERY. . Dr. Bertha Caldwell of Johns town visited Miss Alice Wishart last week. Mrs. D. C. Stunkurd and son Lamont visited Mrs. W. H. Stunk ard last Thursday. Miss May Horton of Hunting don is spending two weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Wish art. Mr. S. P. Wisliart has, after fifteen years of service to a part of the traveling people who asked for shelter and meals, handed his shingle to Mr. G. E. Truax. Mr. Jerry ...

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