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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 October 1903

INOTESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and General Interest, (inlliered al Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Cold cash isn't so cold as It sounds. It has been known to burn a hole in a man's pocket. Free, a knife worth at least 00c for only 25 tags from Honest John Plug and 5c, postage. Many a man's life hangs by a thread but the condemued mur derer's usually hangs by a rope. The man with a good opinion of himself is always willing to share it with the rest of the world. Honest John Plug has been made much larger, you get more of it for tin same money and the tigs are good for presents, A fellow often wastes a lot of time in courting a girl when he could have had hor from the start. Even the theory of evolution may work both wajs when a man makes a moakey out of himself. The size of a plug of Honest John Tobacco has been made much larger, and the tags are still valuable, seo premium list. Imitation is the sincorest form of (lattery, aud the most profita ble ...

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. — 7 October 1903

t ttmttttttttttttttmttttmtt tm mt mi LOVE AND ML tm rttt tt ttH tttti lit HRLP.S FOIIUKST oT.AVES. t ttHttttttttttHttttttttttttt ttfttttttttmiitHiittHfi- (O KM,, he's gnln' nt lust," unlit Mrs. lioaenii Milman. "anil ' O I'm sure I'm glad ov It." j( f "Coing. Is ho?" said SI- lOW menu, her tall stepson, who taught district school, nml lmil just dropped In for n so--i.il chat. ' Too;- old Dinn, I declare if n pity." "I don't think so," fiiilil Mrs. Mllnmti, rhnrply. "Folks haven't no business to live tn bo Mn old na M"tlui.-:Ili. I declare. If I'd n' ki;owo.1 ho wits to live nith lis I'd l:a' thought twice nforu I Slurried Deacon Milman." Simeon mild nothir.g, but there win something in tin- expression of Ills face n he wit aprcndlng his ti'ii huge fingers tieforo the blar.o of the beech Ins.. that kitimntcd his own Inward conviction tint it would have been Just as well If Miss Rachel Snanp had known tin' dis agreeable fact before sin- consented to liccnmo the second Mrs. Miinian. "T...

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. — 7 October 1903

IS :: THE :: SEA :: SERPENT :: A :: MYTH ? 1 DT FROTCSSOR FREDERIC a. LUCAS. v Curator of the Division of Comparative Anatomy at the United States National Museum, Washington, D. C. S there a sea serpent? To this question sclent Hlc men would unanimously answer No. Hut If not n veritable scaly snake, mny there not lie some KiKiintlc creature whose oceiv slonal appearance gives rise to report that the sea serpent has been met with? While the majority of scien tific men would nlxo say no to this question, now and then one- nilKht lie found who would ndmit that this Is possible In spite of the fnct-thnt no naturalist has ever set eyes upon the animal. It Is true that the sea 'serpent has an npRravatlng way of keeping out of sight of those who ore most desirous of making his acquaintance, ond neither bone, tooth, nor scale of the monster has ever fallen under the eye of a scientific observer. But while this Is very much to his discredit, it is a habit shared by other animals, ond need n...

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. — 7 October 1903

Tobacco c, a cut at Scott's, Dr. N. O. Trout, of Fairfield. Pa., is ponding this week iu tho ' old family homo iu this place. Nick's many friends hero are al ways glad to greet him on his re turns. Arbuckles and Lion colTee 10c., at Scott's Cash Grocery. President Ktrite was looking over tho C. and 1$. turnpike this week and has made arrangements to have a stone crusher hero in a few days, and make important re pairs to the road in this vicinity. Finest loose coffees in towu 9, 10, 15, and 20c., at Scott's Cash Grocery. When you want wedding invita tions or announcements, come to the News office and see our sam ples. If our work doesn't please you don't give us you r order, and we'll promise not to get mad about it either. Flour 47c. sack, and everything else in proportion at Scott's Cash Grocery. Any of our friends who deal at Mercersburg, aud are in need of harness, saddles, nets, whips, collars, robes and blankets, or who need any repair work don, will find it to their advantnge ...

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. — 14 October 1903

V VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., OCTOBER 14, 1903. NUMBER 4 mm MORE ABOUT GERMANY. The Production of the Famous Rhine Wine Described. PROCESS OF FORMINQ A VINEYARD. The Flavor of (he Wine Depends on the Char acier of the Soil. Rocky Hillside Prefer able. Much Care and Labor Expended. My lat letter "From Mainz to Koln" seems to be incomplete, without a description of Rhine wine und its cultivation. I will therefore take up that subject in this letter. The first thing to be done, in preparing to plant a vineyard is to get the young plants ready, which is done in the following way: Two years before you want to plant, you allow some healthy caues to attain their full year's growth; and when the sap is out in the spring, and buds are showing themselves, these canes, without boiug detached from the other vine, are treated in the following manner: A very thin wire is firmly, but not too tightly twist ed and clinched around each cane between the differont joints. By joints we mean that part...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 October 1903

BIG STEAMERS BATTERED Clcrgymca Instantly Killed on One Them. ol tremendous WAVES PLAY HAVOC. 'iter. E. B. Hawley, ol Like View, N. C, Hurled Across lt Cabin ot I he Old Do nlnloo Liner Jefferson The Lookout Mas oa the Same Steamer Seriously lnured All Ocean Llnera Due at New York Delayed. ' New York (Special). The fierce torm which for several days has been Taging along the North Atlantic coast has seriously interfered with shipping, and Sunday only four ot the ocean liners, all of which have been greatly delayed, succeeded in making port. 'Ihe lour steamships which arrived all re port hurricanes and mountainous seas. The Monterey, of the Ward Line, and the Jefferson, of the Old Dominion Line, came in from the South. The latter craft was terribly battered by the storm, and when boarded by a high wave on Saturday Richard Mc Lane, the lookout, was scriou-ly in jured, and by the heavy rolling of the Jefferson, in an effort to free herself of the deluge that suddenly fell on her foreca...

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. — 14 October 1903

I ' t "THY KINGDOM COME" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. Barbour. Make An Eloquent Plea for Fellowship Cum ol the Dearth of Candidatea For th Ministry. BnooKT.Ylf. N. Y. In the Emmnnncl Tlnptist Church, St. .lames' place nnd La fayette avenue, Sunday morning, tlie Rev. Dr. Clarence Augustus Harbour, pnstor of the Lake Avenue Baptist Church, Roches ter, N. Y., preached on the subject, "Thy Kingdom Come; a l'lca for Fellowship.' the text wns trom Matthew vi:Wi my kingdom come. Dr. Harbour said Matthew's srosnel is distinctively the gospel of the kingdom, but in a very true sense the Ilible throughout is the book of the kingdom. If, as one haa suggested, the conception of a suffering Redeemer runs as a blood-red cord through tho Scripture, it is no less true that the con ception of the all-embracing kingdom and the nil-conquering King runs through all the Scripture as a cord of royal purple. My fundamental proposition is that the kingdom of supreme and transcendent importance. Th...

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. — 14 October 1903

FULTOiN COUNTY NliWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. OCTOBER .4, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. Al VKHTI.il NO HATES. Per square or mines times II SO. Per square each subsequent Insertion.... 60. All advertisements Inserted (or len than three month obariicd by the square. a tii'is. ilinos. ! I y; One-fourth column im.on. tjooo. t,'lo.0 Oue-hal( column 2A.0O. 4000. MOO One Column 40.00. 66.00. 75.00 Nothing Inserted for less than II. Professional Cards ono year 85. PHILIP'S UROVE. V. R. Sipea, G. C. Strait, Kiloy and Roland Sipes have returned from Franklin county. J. W. IIoop is having a largo job of shingling doao. D. P. Dusli ong is doing the work. Mrs. Reamer Sipes spent Fri day with Mrs. Logue Deshong. Miss Dora Deshong was the guest of Nevin Strait Monday evening. Miss Roxie Sipes returned home from McConnellsburg, where she was employed. Mr. John F. Deshong expects to go to Broadtop soon, whore he has emplo...

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. — 14 October 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local.anJ General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Free, a knife worth at least 50c for only 25 tags from Honest John Flag and 5c, postage. Walter C. Peck of Bedford, has been spending the past week in the home of his uncle the editor of the News. Honest John Plug has been made much larger, you get more of it for th? same money and the tags are good for presents, Rev. P. S. Sailer, pastor of the Melroy church, has accepted a call to the First Christian church in Norfolk, Va, at a salary of The size of a plug of Honest John Tobacco has been made much larger, and the tags are still valuable, see premium list. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Fore and daughter Mabel, accompanied by Mrs. Lewis Cook and son Jack spent a few days very pleasantly in Philadelphia last week. No danger of consumption if you use Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough. , bold at Trout's drug store. Rev. B. F. Black, has received aud ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 October 1903

THE OLD FARM. . TJie oM f.-irmhmisc I nee It again; In its low dark eavei the twittering wren I nested ns Ion? noj Jnd J hn.-nthe once more the siith wind's liiiini, and nit and wnti-li. in the twilight's calm, 'lhe but Hit to and fro. The white rows lie nt the pasture bsrs Anil the dairy cno, with its tins nnd jars, Is stored with curdi nnd rrcain; There s oincbody putting the things to riant. Anil tluoiiiih the window T oc the light y from the tallow candle gleam. The garden is rich with its old-timo bloom V , cAun- 111 l liny, trie faitrt perfume Of b.oiaoins (tank with dew; Ami over it nil is the starlit dome, And round about it the peace of home How it all comes back to view! The niaht wind st!r in olm And tip from the tnillpond comes the' croak ii i lie iminroz rich bamoon; And X catch the ulcum. ns over the brink iliere i.ecpj with a tremulous, shivering ..unit, The rim of a crescent moon. It nil comes back from the dink nf tinw. With the niuurnful cadence and swell of rnrnic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 October 1903

i Statue of Tattle. "If I were a sculptor, I would make a mud statue of the Goddess of Tattle, and tie a gingham apron around it," says Uncle Jim, in the Applcton Press. Or you might make it a god, put a derby hat on it, put a cigar between its teeth or a dead line of tobacco juice about its feet, and stand it on some street corner without it exciting any comment. The type is all too common. Five hundred and sixty thousand persons in the United States are de pendent upon the street cars for support. My Lungs " An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough. My friends said I had consumption. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly." A. K. Randies, Nokomls, 111. You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on, so you let it run along. Even now, with all your hard coughing, it will not disappoint you. There's a record of sixty years to fall back on. Three iIim t 25c, JOc, II. All drunlrt. Consult yonr doctor. If he yi take It, ...

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. — 14 October 1903

Thoro was witnessed here on Monday evening an interstiug display of Auroraboroahs or Northern Lights. Save .money !y buying break fust foods at Scott's CashGro cory. Malta Vita, 13e package, or two for 2.r)c. Power, 7c pack age, or 4 for a quarter. Somehow or other even the mannish woman balks when it comes to tipping a waiter. The emergencies that we are prepared for seems to be the ones that never turn up. Hagerstown Fair. For Mm Llaerhtowu Fair, Octo ber l.'itli to loth, the Gumboi laud W.U-y Kallroad will sell t.xtjur hion tickets to Haguratown daily dirriug coutiuuancc of the Fair, giKHl to return day following date of issue and includiug admission to the Fair Grounds at rate of (l.C'i from Mercorsburg. Excursion tickets good to re turn until Saturday Oct. 17th not including admission will also be mid at reduced rates Ample accommodations and Limekiln Wood For Siie. j trains at convenient hours will be A nice lot of pine limekiln wood provided. ior sale cheap. See A. M. Seville...

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. — 21 October 1903

Item 1. VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSHURG, PA., OCTOBER 21, 1903. NUMBER n F- ; 0k MORE ABOUT VINEYARDS Practical Information for Those Interest ed In Grape Culture. OBSERVATION OP GORMAN METHODS, Henry Wolf Explains la Detail the Way the Qrape Is Propagated by Means of Cuttlnrt. Mr, Editor: In this letter I shall continue to wi i to about vine yards and wine. In my last I ex plained the selection of the loca tion of the vineyard, nature of the proper soil, terracing of hillsides and preparation of the ground. also showed how to have strong rooted plants. Now, there is another method of propagating a vineyard, and that is by the use of cuttings. Strong, one-year-old canes are cut into such lengths, as to have three joints in them. This ought to be done just when the buds are coming out in-the spring, and planted the same day if possible. When the ground is ready, the exact position for each plant or cutting is carefully staked off. As a rule they are five feet apart each way. If the ground i...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 October 1903

AIRSHIP FEU INTO BAY Dr. Gertb, However, Had Sailed Above Frisco Two Hours. ENGINE OF ONLY SIX-HORSE POWER. Sail Over Saa Francisca Raisins nod Lower Is z Hiaself at Will and Changing till Conrss With Ease All Dr. Oretli's Small Savings Spent la Ihj Construction ol H i Machine. San Francisco, Cal. (Special). Dr. Aneust Greth, a poor inventor, work ing alone and practically without funds, tima achieved the most pronounced suc sa in airship building yet been re corded in the United States. Without any advertising of the event. Dr. Greth surprised the pco jde by sailing over San Francisco, rais ing and lowering himself at will, chang ing his course with case and altogether "demonstrating that he had his aerial courser under complete contn.1. The success of his experiment is the tnore remarkable for the reason that his apparatus was of the crudest kind, the airship being equipped with a cheap gasoline engine able to generate only six horsepower. Dr. Greth had previously tested his airsh...

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. — 21 October 1903

rtlE MORAL CONQUEROR K Brilliant femon By Rev. T. Williams. R. P Should Spend Our Few flrlcl Year Flglillof Sin and Scrvlnj Man. EttooKLYX, N. Y. The Rev. T. Khond i Williams, pastor of the lirceu.ield Con jreirational Church, Bradford, England, nrcached in Plymouth Church Sunday morning. There was a large audience. i The Kev. Dr. iSetvell Dwight .-liih intro duced Mr. Williams. Karnest attention iran Riven to hi thoughtful sermon. The subject was "Life's Yield to the Moral Conqueror,'' and the text was from pas-' snges in the Apocalypse. Mr. Williams said: Each one of the messages to the churcne of Asia closes with a promise. They con tain threats and warnings and command ment, but at the close stands the promise like a distant hill in sunshine, s"cn through the storm, to lure on ever the worst-beaten to the better things of God and man. The messages lay down the moral task without compromise, but they close with the assurance that "The toppling crags of duty Healed Are close upon ...

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. — 21 October 1903

FULTON COUN1Y NbVvS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. OCTOBER 21, 1903, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIHTUINO RATH. Per square of Mine 8 time i no. Per quare eaob Kubaoquent Insertion.... hO. All advertisement Inserted for low than three month obarged by the square. 8 moH, ilmo. 1 yr. One-fourth column Ilft.no. IJO.OO. I.K1.00 Oue-half column as.oo. 40 00. fsi.OO One Column 40.00. 6A.0O. 76.00 Nothing Inserted for leu than II. t'rofewlonal Cards one year 15. Local Mlscellsny. Court this week. A Fall opening a coal hole. Don't try to beat a bad egg. Ugliness, too, is only skin deop. To err is human; also to he out of it. Autumn comes before Autumn leaves. A criminal is a man who is found out. Great aches from little toe corns grow. The villainous cigar is not al ways foiled. Marriages should be perform ed at union rates. Even a dead past may some times come to life. If all is fair in love the blonde should rejoice. A ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 October 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped front our Exchange. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. John F. Johnson of Taylor spent Monday night and Tues day lu town. Mr, and Mrs. John P. Sipes spent a day or two in Harrisburg this week. The Borough school board had a substantial slate blackboard placed in the grammar room last Saturday. Free, a knife worth at least 50c for only 25 tags from Honest John Plug and 5c, postage. The attendance at the Hagers town fair last Wednesday was es timated at 20,000. J. W. Stech of Altoona, spent last Thursday and part of Friday with his father, Mr. James Stech of this place. Honest John Plug has been made much larger, you get more of it for thi same money and the tags are good for presents, Miss Dora Johnston and Mrs. Doran of Burnt Cabins, called at the News office a few minutes while in town last Thursday. Miss Mary Sloan of this place, is making a visit of two months at Parkers Landing, Pa., Buffalo, N. Y., an...

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. — 21 October 1903

ISABEL LORNE'S, PlNISHMENr. f BY JtAIlT ORM'E l!Al.riXR. K "UTXUTXUXJTTIJTnJTJXITJTnjXrLr ISCAI1 HOWARD stood be- . 11:1 nut lie, nvitui:i; I I I with her for n word of ' I hollo, na tho cnmli.mnofl tjnKnl T - ..1 II.... miKlit plead for life ut the tool oi tuc gallows. Accustomed ns she was to such things, even she was startled liy tho Tierce eloquence of the Itnpnssioned words Mat fell from his lips. "I cnimot give yon what I do not pns ess," she said, coldly, withdrawing tier hand from his too ardent clasp. "I have no heart. Don't mistake me," hp added, ns she noted the ticrrp Jealousy aroused by thes. words. "It a not that I have bestowed It on nny :ia. I have no heart to give. 1 don't Jilnk 1 ever had any. Men have come :o iae, asking of me what you ask. and tolling me the name story. They upoke, ns you have spoken, oi' feelings ami emotions which lire utterly in- comprehensible to me, and l:i which I could not share If I would." Young Howard turned his eyes stead ily upon the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 October 1903

"RDTO BEAR. J. W. Walla, Super- lntendent of Streets ' Lebanon, Ky., liv ing on East Main street, In tlint city, gays: "With my nightly rest broken, owing to Irregularities of the kidneys, -Buffering Intensely .from severe pnlns in the small of my buck and through the kid neys and annoyed by painful pnnsn;res of abnormal secretions, life was any thing but plensant for me. No amount of doctoring relieved this condition, and for tlio reason that nothing seemed to give me even temporary relief I be came about discouraged. One day 1 noticed In the newspapers the case of a man who was afflicted as I was nnd was cured by the use of Donu's Kid ney nils. Ills words of pralso for this remedy were so sincero that on the strength of his statement I went to the Hugh Murrey Drug Co.'s store nnd got a box. I found that the medicine was exactly as powerful a kidney rem edy as represented. I experienced quick and lasting relief. Ponn's Kid ney Tills will prove n blessing to nil sufferers from kidne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 October 1903

LOS ANUELES, CALIPORNIA. Hinn, Extract! of Letter from Mr. M. L formerly of thin County. M.'L. tlanu formerly ot Lick ing Creek township, in a lettur to his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Allison S. Greenland, of Wells Valley, has this to say of the city of Los Angeles, California, where Mr. Iiaun is now visiting. "I have bflen bathing in the placid waters of the great Pacific ocean five times since i have been here.and enjoyed it very much. It is great sport to ju m p and go over the waves; or, if you think they are too big for that, dive through them, and come out on the other side. I have visited Sau Pedro, Re dondo and Port Los Angeles at all of which places, ocean going vessels land. At liodondo, I saw six schooners, one ship, and two steamships. Their principal bus iness is the transporting of lum ber from Oregon and Washing ton to southern California. This is a city of much commer cial activity, and is building up fast. In course of erection are large office buildings, nine and...

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