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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 October 1903

ltm VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.. OCTOBER 28, 1903. NUMBER ( $vmtn ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES. Interesting Information by One Who Has Been There. MR. CHARLES HENRY WISSNER WRITES Will Tell About the Natives, Their Hiblti, Religious Customs, and Gener al Social Condition. It is our intention to publish a series of letters or, rather, essays by Mr. (Jharles Henry Wissner ou various subjects of interest in connection with the Pilippine Is lands. Mr. Wissner has been in McConnellsburg on various oc cusious, and no doubt a short ac count of his interesting adventu- duction to the articles that will follow. This gentleman was born at Fredericksburg, Va., in 1867. When 18 years of age, he gradu ated first in his class at Hampden Sidney College, Va. The follow ing September, he became prin cipal of a school at Middlebrook, Va., marrying during that year. The following year he took a spec ial course in Oriental languages at Union Theo. Seminary, going the fpllowing year to the Univer sity of Va....

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. — 28 October 1903

FATHER SLEW CHILDREN Killed (he Little Ones to Spile Wife. His FLED FROM WRATH OF LYNCHERS. To the Jill Turnkey McClure Admitted the Murder of Hi Two Ch Idrco, and Said He Had Killed Tbem ft.cause Hit Wife Had Lett Him and Refused lo See or Hove Any Thing to Do Willi Him. Marion, Irul. ( Special.) Jesse Mc Clure, a farm hand, murdered his two oris, aged five and seven years, leaving their bodies in a fence corner. While a mob was funning to capture and lynch Jiim, he drove on a run to this city and Eave himself up. lie has been secreted ty the authorities, who fear attempted violence. McClure lived near Frankton, and had aeparatcd from his wife a year ago, she Tefnsing to live with him and returning with her children to her father's home. At noon McClure hired a rig at El wood and drove to the Kilgore farm, the owner ling Mrs. McClure's father, lie found the children playing in the front yard, and induced them, with candy, to take a ride with him He .drove a mile up the road, carrie...

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. — 28 October 1903

AN OLD QUESTION, A Brilliant Sunday Sermon Dy Rev. C. R. McNally. bitrnctlvt Talk on Subject ol Vital Im portance to Us AIL Brooklyn. N. Y. In the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church Sunday morning, the nas- tor, the Rev. Charles K. McNally preached on "An Old Question for the New Age." His text wai trom John x:M: It Thou he the Christ, tell us plainly." Mr. McNally jam: The men who asked this attention were dead in earnest. They nuked it because the answer was of vital import to them. That word "Christ" was laden with a wealth of meaning for these Jewish ques tioners. Our word Christ is the offspring of the Greek "Christos," which in its turn inherits all the meaning that the Hebrew embodied in his word "Messiah." Around this word for hundreds of years all Jewish life, political and religious, had centered. The Psalmists had made it the dominant note in many of their sweetest songs. J Is multi-colored shadings had formed the warn and woof of prophetic visions. The mother as she lulled her ...

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. — 28 October 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. OCTOBER 28, 1903. ti I,. i . ... , . Published Weekly. SI. 00 per Annum in Advance. ADVBRTIM If O HATSn. KJ 5S:s Sicn,TVin;eVtVon:..:,, All Ball VrrtlnmAnei Intifirt r1 in Vn three month, Teheed bytbeuare. 8 mos. I flnvn I i vr. Ono-fourth column Iin.no. One-half column 'iVOO. One Column 40.00. IJ0.00. i 40.(10. u.oo. (.H'.OO MOO 76.00 Nothing inserted for lea thnn II. Professional Cards one year 45. HUST0NT0WN. After a rest of a week, I will ",rHm revenger s rrmay even give you a few more items from j ln tho "ccasion being a birthday the second largest city in tho i anniversary of Miss Margaret. County Those present were Clarence Mr.and Mrs. Ezra Heefner and daughter of Petersburg, Pa., are V A.I,AUU1V1.1 A 1A Ulll A 1 Ul . VJ . , Kio Too , now a successful merchant at Pe tersburg. George Deshong, a Civil Ser- vice employe in the animal de- ! partment, has returned to his home in th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 October 1903

MERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, (lathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Road Clay Park's new ad on 8th page. Bkick. I will have plenty of bricH for sale by next week. Peter Morton. Free, a knife worth at least 50c for only 25 tags from Honest John Plug and 5c, postage.. James Harbaugh and Clarence Gump of Everett were McCon- nellsburg visitors Wednesday. Miss Mertie Stevens, teacher of Fort Ldttleton nchool, has not taught for two weeks. She has typhoid fever. Mr. C. B. Stevens is spending this week in the eastern cities buying goods for his merchant tailonug establishment Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia. Take ao substitutes. Sold at Trout's drug store. Miss Emma Bare of Fort Lit tleton has been confined to her home for some time, but seems to be improving now. We have just printed a nice lot of blank judgment notes, and have them nicely bound in books of 50 each. Sent by mail to any addr...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 October 1903

MEMORIES. An empty room, and yet how fu'd Of her since iiho has gone: No t ri tie but becomes n tiling ' For thought to dwell upon. The very silence miws her, ! And moves on noiseless fct. I Fearing to wake some memory llie brave henrt could not meet. Irrevocable fata is felt In every place, and lool;! How firm its iron hand has grasped J hat open nnlt-re.vl hooK. -Edith Tnrucr Newcomb, in Harper's Ba far. THEK TOM" nnd "Poo- lui dim iiii'.v n e viiii'tj by the villagers. They 1I...H i 11 1 'Mi'M and James Itndcllff. re spectively, old bachelors both, one the village parson, who looked after tho woul.s of the brethren, while tho other, P.rother Jim, doctored tholr bodies. Father Tom lived In the little par sonage next the church, with, the old rut woman Inhabitant of the place a lame past seventy, but who knew bow to darn stockings as his housekeeper. Dr. Jim lived nt the other end of the vilbige afreet nnd looked nfter his own housework. " "Even brothers who are so fond of each oth...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 October 1903

CURE BLOOD POISON, CANCER. Aoiilnff Bones, Slilrtlnat rolM, Itching - Skin, Pimple, Hating Korea, Ete. If yon have Pimples or Offensive Krup tions, Splotches, or Copper-Colored Erup tions, or rash on the skin, Festering Swell ings, Glands Swollen, Ulcers on any part of the body, old Sores, Boils, Carbuncles, Fains and Aches in Bones or Joints, Hair or Eyebrows falling out, persistent Sore Mouth, Gums or Throat, then you have Blood Foison. Take Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.B.) Soon all Sores, Fimplcs and Erup tions will heal perfectly. Aches and Fains cease, Swellings subside and n perfect, never to return cure made. B.B.B. cures Cancers of all kinds, Suppurating Swell ings, Eating Sores, Ugly Ulcers, after all else fails, healing the sores perfectly. If you have a persistent pimple, wart, swollen glands, shooting, stinging pains, lake Blood Balm and they will disappear before they develop into Cancer, Druggists, $1 per large bottle, including complete directions for home cure. Sample fre...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 October 1903

Misses Mary Hoko dud Stolla BrouKht the Anwer. Logueipent lost Friday and Sat- The iuterest that has been nrday in lfaKcr.stowD. J miluifostcj ,n S(.lmol lbraries Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Kay were ! duriiif,' the p:iht few yiur, atid among those wl.o attended the j the number of volumes that have Reunion of tho Blue and Gray at boon gathered into these deposi Winchester last week. Mr. Ray tories, is very gratifying indeed, saya tho old soldiers were treat- Last summer at the examina cd fine. They were admitted to Hons Superintendent Harton took the fair grounds free and had a I occasion to suggest to the teach good time, lersthat they should write to the Presiding Elder Stevens will boys and girls of the respective hold tho third ouarterlv confer- schools who had cone out into i i - TRESSPASS NOTICE. All penion ire hereby warned aifalnut treit pasulnff upon the premlxc of the unrierxlKDed by huntltitr. Ushlnir. or othnrwlio, ns prcmecu lion will follow tdtirenurd of this notice. JACOB H...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 November 1903

tie Jttltmt mnt mwB. ir (- : til VOLUME 5. McCONNLLLSUURG, PA.. -NOVEMBER 4, 1903. NUMBER 7 NOVEMBER WEA.THER Month Opens with Delightful Indian Sum mer Days. REACTIONARY STORMS AT THE CLOSE. Hick PredlcH Pleasant, Autumnal Condi tion Through the Month but Storm Data Is not Lacking. "Much pleasaut, autumnal weather may be expected through November and into December," says Rev. Irl R. Hicks in hia fore cast for the month which began last Sunday. By the.lst, how ever, storm conditions will be or ganized in the west and rain and jossibly, thunder storms will prevail in many sections on the 1st, 2d and 3d. Some sharp days of cold and frost will follow. About the Dth, Oth and 7th look fur a noticeable rise in tempera ture and return of general storm conditions. Rains turning to snow in the north will visit most sections of the country about the 5th to the bth. A marked change to high bnrometer and colder will follow the storms, spreading to the east r.v.d south from the 7th to the Oth hc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 November 1903

15 DEAD AND 59 INJURED Football Players Mangled in a Railroad Wreck. l.CW PERSONS WERE O.N THE TRAIN. Tbe First Coach Contaln'ng Members ol Per due University Team, Was Smash:d to Kind In? Wood and Ih; (todies of Ihj Vic tins Were Tearfully Mangled Death List Likely to Grow. Indianapolis, lint. (Special). Fifteen persons were killed and over 50 injur ed, some fatally, by a collision between special passenger train on liic Big I'our Railroad and a freight engine with a cut of coal cars. The accident happened on the edge of this city. The passenger train of n coaches was car rying 954 persons, nearly all of whom were students of Purdue University and their friends, from Lafayette to Indianapolis, for the annual football game between ihe Purdue team and trie Indiana University squad for the State championship, which was to have been fought in the afternoon. In the first roach back of the en gine were the Purdue football team, substitute players and managers. Three players, the assistan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 November 1903

IS THE OLD BOOK FROM GOD? A Slronx Sunday Sermon By the Rev. Dr. Kerr. Stot ot Ihi Evidence Thai the Book W Call lb Bible Hu Been Qivea to Us By die lasplrstioa of God. rHJl.ADEI.PHlA. The Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, pastor of the First Haptitt (Jhureh ot thin city, preached a strong ser mon (Sunday morning on "1 the Old Jlnnlc . rom Hod?" This is one of the oldest and strongest churrhc in the land. It was presided over foi thirty years by Dr. (Jeorgo Dana Hoardman. who wm succeed ed about eight years ago by l)r, Tupper, Two years ago, at a coat of nenrly 4l)0,00. s magnificent house of worship was erected and 150,000 endowment laid oxide. . The congregations are very lame, csneciallv in -the evening. The text for this sermon was fr.im first I hcKsnloman u-i:i: We thank ii)d without ceasing because when ye received the word of Hod ye received it not as the word of man, hut as it is in truth, the word of Uod." Dr. Tuppcr said: Ancient history has preserved the tra dition th.it when, ...

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. — 4 November 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. NOVEMBER 4, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVIBTM1HQ RiTM. Per square or 8 lines 8 times n w Per square eaoh subsequent Insertion.... SO. tk advertisements Inserted for 1cm than uimrgea of tne square. rnoM. ilino. I yr, One-fourth column 115.00. Ijo.oo. tao.no One-halt column woo. 40.00. 60.00 One Column 40.00. 55.00. 75.00 Nothing Inserted for leu than II. Profession! Cards one year to. Local Institutes. The first local institute of the season in Bethel township was held at Mt. Airy school Friday evening, 23d ult. Elliott Akers was elected chairman, and Miss Bertha Golden secretary. Many educational questions were dis cussed, and much interest was manifested by the patrons and teachers. The teachers present took hold of the work as outlined by the program committee. Su perintendent Barton was present and gave some valuable instruc tion along tho line of the teac...

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. — 4 November 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, (lathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Brick. I will have plenty of brick for sale by next week. Peter Morton. There is no cough medicine bo popular as Foloy's Honey and Tar It contains no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure. Miss Gertrude Bipos, who had been visiting friends in Cham bersburg, returned home lust Thursday. Foley's Houey and Tar for coughs and colds; reliable, tried and tested, safe and sure. , Mr. J. V. Stouteagleanddaugh ter Miss Marden, spent part of Wednesday and Thursday of last week in Chambersburg. Mrs. Martin Lake and son, Master Joe, of Licking Creek township were in town last Sat urday. Foley's Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse substitutes. Mrs. M. L. Tice of Willow Hill, and Mrs. Harry Tice of Metal, spent from Saturday until Mon day with friends on this side of the moantain. Peter Morton Hixson agod two years of Akersville, u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 November 1903

DON'T LOOK FOR THE FLAWS. Don't look for flam- git von co through life; And even when you find them It in wise snd kind to be snmewhnt blind, Ami look for the virtue behind them. For the cloudiest night has a hint of the Inrht Somewhere in iU sli.id.iw hiding; It if better f:ir to hunt for a star Than the spots on the sun abiding. Th current of life run every way 'lo the hnsom of find's ureiit Oican: Dan't set your force 'Kiiintt the river's rnur.se And think to niter its motion. D.in't waste n rrw on the universe; I'ctrcTiih.T it lived before yon; Don't butt at the storm with your puny form, liut bend, let it fly o'er you. The wor'd will never adjust i(elf i'o suit your whim to the letter; Some thin...., must go wrong your whole 'Hi long. And I he sooner yon know it the better. It is fo.,y to fight with the Infinite. And go under nt lust in the wrestle, ihe wiser man shapes into Cod's plan, water kI.hik s i.ito the vessel. - r.I.a Whee.er ilcox, in Progressive Age Noughts Crosses. ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 November 1903

Dark Hair I ri.v .ict Aver'a HalrVliror for t great many years, ana i- tnougti i am past eigiuy yer ui age, yet i nave not a gray nan m my neaa." Geo. Yellptt, Towson, Md. We mean all that rich, dark color your hair used to have. If it's gray now, no matter; for Ayer's Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. Sometimes it makes the hair crow very heavy and long; and it stops falling of the hair, too. $1.10 a kotlU. All dranliti. If your drneelft cannot inpply yon, end us on dollar and we will express wnn ti. nn mim anil if Ive the name of Tour ncarent exnrosa oflYee. Address, Spmcs Waterproof 3fi OILED MJCLOTHING Mlt AHn TTIC WOWLD u K 1. TOWER CO. TOM laHAOAW CO, A Systematic Beat. "Is lie poor pay?" "Oh, the worst kind of poor pay." "What do you mean?" "lie's a well-to-do beat the kind that pays the big items and ignores the small ones that arc not worth a law suit." As Compared. 'I read of a man the other day," said the drug clerk, "on whose head there was a nrice of $50,0...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 November 1903

J. A. lrwiu left yesterday for a week in New York and Phila delphia to purchase his fall aud holiday goods. It is stated that there will be 26 snows this winter on account of the first snow falling on Wcto bor 2t'th. Next Sunday ttev. Shull will preach at Siloam at 10 o'clock in the mornitur, and at AsburyatS in tho afternoon. Any of our subscribers who may want their Fulton County News sent to Andover postoftice, should notify us. Miss Millie and (iruco Huston of Clear Kidgo were over Sunday with their aunts, Misses Ella aud Annie Irwin, of this place. R. C. Hockensmith, writing from Johnstowu and sending a dollar to advance his subscrip tion another year, says that times are a little dull there just now, but there are hopes of their brightening up soon agaiu. F. M. Taylor, who has been spending the summer in the Kocky Mountains as a civil en gineer on the government geolog ical survey, came home last week. Mr. Taylor proposes now, if proper encouragement bo given, to get out a new...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

M -A. X A Ml fl Ti 1 1 c 1 VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. NOVEMBER 11, 1903. NUMBER 8 G0ING7D0WN THE RHINE. Queer Looking Old Castles, and Some thin? of the People that Built Them. ANOTHER LETTER FROM HENRY WOLF. An Interesting Legend Concerning the Mouu Tower, on the IslanJ near Blngen. The Monument of Victory. Wo are still going dowu the Rhine. We are passing many old deserted castles on both sides of the river which are perched on the steep projecting rocks above. You wonder why so many cas tles were built in as wild a regiou as this ? In the Middle Ages the river Rhine was one of the great est water highways of Europe. The meichandise of the Orient was conveyed through Italy, then over the Alps into Switzerland, aud then down the Rhine through Germany t Holland, Belgium, and England ; and likewise the goods of the last named coun tries went up the Rhino to the liist. The river was continuous ly covered with crafts of all kinds and sizes, laden with the most valuable goods of ever...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

'strike of coal miners Trouble la Colorado Fusl Company. and Iroo (DOUBTFUL IF THE MINES CAN OPEN. Mm Quit Work it All Mints and Flock to Town With Th:lr Piy Checks Hundreds t the Striken Jota Ihi Union, but the Italian! Reims to Join, ai Tbey Say They Mate Been Sold Out by the I'nlon. Trinidad, Col. (Special). It is now evident that the strike ol the coal min ora in the first district of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company is no small affair. In (act, it is a strike out of all proportions to that even hoped for by he officers of the United Mineworkcrs tof America, and ten times what was looked for by the coal operators. At a meeting of superintendents and Jit bosses held in the Colorado Fuel and Iron offices, at Trinidad, reports were made that in no camp would enough men go out to cause a shut down. It is doubtful if enough men can be found in the whole district to work the mines at Primcro. At Gray Creek every miner but one has quit, and the camp is surrounded by armed guards. At ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

A FORCEFUL SERMON Democracy and Christianity" By Rev. M. W. Stryker. Brilliant Argamtot By tbt President ol llsav lltao College, Clttitoo, N. Y.Peo- . ; pls's Day Advance. ' Vf.W Yowc City. "Democrocynnd' friatienitv" m the sub ire t of a forceful rmon by the Rev. Dr. M W.. Strjrker,'. President of Hamilton College, Clintou, N.r V., in the Brick l'rebyterian Church, Bun dy morning. Dr. Stryker said: .It is not always remembered that, on its'; banian tide, Moaes founded a republican'' form of government. It was to be main-J uined through popular representation. The failure waa in Israel, not m the idea. When Samuel anointed Haul lie did it under sol ium protest. It was a relapse from privil ege. King's were a makeshilt and it turned out Dauiy. . Seeking a sound philosophy of man. and, his affairs, and distinguishing Humanity from its utensils and furniture, I would.' earnestly attempt the connotation of tile two words which state each in its ownf ray, but with the strongest mutual be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. NOVEMBER 11, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADraRTuma turn, t'ernquare of 8 linen 8 time II NO. reraquare each nubNequent Insertion.... W. All euvertlHementa Innerted for leia than turee montna charged by the equare. 3 mm. tl iiiut, j I H One-fourth column lilt 00. IJO0O. gw.no One-hsif column woo. 40.00. 60.no One Column 10.00. M OO. 76.00 Nothing Inserted for lew than II. Profemlonal Card one year 16. Bid COVE TANNERY. George Keefer has moved his sawmill out to George Lynch 's. Harry Carbaugh, wife and sis ter, and John Reese and mother, visited friends in Belfast the lat ter part of last week. Mrs. B. F. Shives and daugh ter Flora, and Miss Alice Shives and Mrs. Robert Mellott, attend ed the Dunkard love feast in Bel fast last week. Miss Rebecca Rotz is waving the birchen scepter at our school since the resignation of the lor mer teacher. G. E. Clouser, who ha...

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