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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

C M US. VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., DECEMBER 2, 1903. NUMBER 11 ROADMAKING IN GERMANY The Highways In that Country Compared With Those In America. OWNED BY THE GOVERNMENT. Country Roads ai Good as City Streets. Fruit Trees Planted aloof rue Roads. No "Spring" Breakers. If anything draws the attention of the American traveler in Ger many, it is its beautiful highways. One is astonished at the patience of the American people, to travel such miserable, imperfectly con structed, horse killing and life endangering roads, such, as we have in Am erica. There may be some fairly good roads in some parts of the United States, but we know that they are most wretchedly bad in Pennsylvania, especially in our own county. If we evenhave many short stretches of solid stone road, between two given points, we must still gauge the load to be able to draw it over the worst part of it, even if it is but a short distance. Regardless of the law to remove all loose stones once a month, during the summer...

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. — 2 December 1903

MANY CHINESE DROWNED Jtftloi Havoc Wrought By Oale Which Swept Dowa on Vessels. THOUSAND RESCUES ARE REPORTED. Far Pays DIsaMea Jaaks Drilled Helplessly Akoat, Tbelr Occupants Suffering From Tarrst aad Hangar. The Hoagkong dovern Mat Tender Staalcy Rescued a Number, ricking l Eight Junks aod Taking 122 Mta OIL Victoria. B. C (Special) ). Advices rere received from Smith China by the Athenian of the loss of thousands of lives s a remit of the destruction of several hundred fishing junks in a typhoon off Swatow. The liavoc was awful when the gale twcjjt down on the Chinese, vessels. For iaji disabled junks drifted helplessly about, their occupants suffering from thirst and hunger. The Hongkong government tender Stanley rescued a numher, picking up eight junki and takirig 122 men off ves sels that were abandoned. The Stanley then returned to the scene, for tlie rescued fishermen reported that there were 400 junks fishing off Swatow when the typhoon came on November 4 From the Stanlry 5...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

HANY CHINESE DROWNED Alo! Havoc Wrotighl By Oale Which Swept Dowi oa Vessels. Thousand rescues are reported. Tt Part DIsaMed Jaeks Drifted Helplesily Afceat, Tkelr Occupants Suffering From Thirst and Haaf ar. The Hoagkonf, Qovern seal Trader Staalty Rescued a Number, Picking Up Elr.nl Junks and Taking 122 Mta OIL Victoria, B. C (Special) J". Advices vere received from South Cliina by the Athenian of the loss of thousands of lives at remit of the destruction of several hundred fishing junks in a typhoon off Swatow. The liavoc was awful when the gale twejit down on the Chinese vessels. For iayt disabled junks drifted helplessly alout, their occupants suffering from thirst and hunger. The Hongkong government tender Stanley rescued a number, picking up right junks and taking 122 men off ves sels that were abandoned. The Stanley then returned to the scene, for the rescued fishermen reported that there were 400 junks fishing off Swatow when the typhoon came mi Novcmlier 4 From the Staulry...

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

I "DAVID AS A RULER" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. Edward D. Thurber. fcicrltlof lb Lift ol the Psalmist Froa Sheepcote to Tbroo. ' Paris. The Rev. Dr. Edward B. Thur ber preached n sermon in the American church here which has attracted consider- ible attention, llm subject wns "David n a Kulcr; or. From Sheepcote to Throne." The text was taken from I Chronicle xvii :7 : "Tlnia eaith the Lord of Hosts, 'I took thee from tha sheepcote, even from following the ahcep. thnt thou houldst be ruler over My people Israel.' " Dr. Thur ber aaid: What a Brent distance from the pasture! in Bethlehem to the throne in Jerusalem. The rontrnat between the shepherd bo ind the King ot Isriicl la one of the mar rcla which human history Dreaenta tia. It is certnin thnt no one ia able to bridge such distances without the intervention ol assisting ronditiona and forcea. There must be acting factor in the life if th great results arc secured. A man becomes a debtor to ao much, to his environment, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

"DAYID AS A RULER" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. Edward B. Thurbcr. DMcrltlof lbs Lilt ol tha Psalmist From Shecpcofe to Thron. Pasts. The Rev. Dr. Edward B. Thur- tier preached n sermon in the American church here which lias attracted conider ible attention. 1 lis subject waa "David a Kulcr; or. From SliccDcote to Throne." The text wa taken from I Chroniclea xvii:7: "Thua saith the Lord of Hoata, 'I took thee from the alieepcote, even from following the aheep, that thou shouldst be ruler over My people Israel.' " Dr. Thur ber aaid: What a ereat distance from the pastures in Bethlehem to the throne in Jerusalem. The contrast between the shepherd boy and the King of Israel ia one of the mar vela which human history preaenta na. It in certain that no one ia able to bridga luch diatancca without the intervention ol assisting condition and forcea. Thera must be acting factora in the life if tha (treat result arc secured. A man becomes a debtor to ao much, to hi environment. to f...

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. — 2 December 1903

FlLiOiN COUMY NLVS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. DECEMBER 2, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AI)V KKTIHI WO HATM. l'ersrjunre of t linen S times l fiO. Per suuiire eneh subsenuent Insertion rv All aUvertisoments Inserted for lew than wire.; monms rnumea ny tne square. a inds. nmiM. r. cini-roiirthiviiiimn (tvno. Ijo.oo. Kiftoo oni'-hitif column ss.do. 40.00. mi.uo One Column 40.00, 66.00. 711.00 NothlnK Inserted for less than II. Profession! Curds one year to. (Continued from tlrst pane.) handle all the business of the state. But it must build at once or leave the Goulds build. The Gould-Stoddard oil people are tumbling their Pennsylvania stock on the market as fast as it can be put out. They argue that if the Pennsylvania elects to build it will so tie the system up with new stocks and bonds that the stock will bo many years getting back to present prices, whereas, if President Cassatt resigns and lets the Stan...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

i.t4.t.a.ria)al INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General .Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. A kidney or bladder trouble cau always be cured by using Fo ley's Kidney Cure in time. Bmcif. I will have plenty of brick for sale by next week. Peter Morton. Mr. C. M. Ray ot the Cove slaughtered a porker one day last week that netted 464 pounds. Don't be iroposod upon by tak ing substitutes offered for Foley's Honey and Tar. Some lngersol watches are packed as presents in Fort Bed ford Coffee. Quite a number of our town's people dined at the Washington House Thanksgiving Day. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Refuse substitutes. Mr.Loy Hollenshead and moth er, Mrs. Thomas Hollenshead, of Licking Creek township, spent Thanksgiving Day in McCou nellsburg. Happy Boy! His mother bought a package of Fort Bedford Coffee aud secured a knife worth 25c. For Sale. Pure bred Toulice geese and Fekin ducks. Pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

THE BACHELOR TEA. Jl bachelor man and y inclielor maid Nit pipping i cup ot ten. id the Mi'licinr nun: "K.imbet'ii, dear, It certniniy fcpics to mo That never n cap of reot.tr rare, Or inc from the v.uilt of kmn, IV rqnnl to tlii f my nip you brew, While the bright htile kittle a imp. 'It rests me well, and it soothes ipy soul, Anil it comfort nu' tliiM ili and through, Til a minimi cup. and I'm fair spell bound As I xit mid ip it with vou. Sha'l we sip it together thro' all the year The future i. hnniiiin our way? We could meet riijlit bravely iu hopes and fenrs. So pray do an aiuwer nnv." I ' Smith and His Counterpart E CLARA AUGUSTA. AtOK, H It ever occur t yon what J J Strang- thiius might hup- (J I I O pen to you If you looked Jf, J .lust I.ke somebody els-, "WOW 'Hid were liable to be taken by thi other mortal's Triends for their friend, and to receive treatment accordingly'.' A littl ; awkward sometimes, though there are pleasant features about It. 8 an e.if.Tirtu of mine las...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

ANOTHER UFt SAVED. Irs. O. W. Fooks, of Snllxbury, Md., fflfe of O. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wico mico County, nays: "I suN fered with kid- i lipy eomplnlnt for eight yen. It cnnie on mo grndunlly, I felt tired nnd weak, w o short of breath nnd was trou bled with bloating nftef catlnj?, nnd my limbs were brttlly swollen. One doctor told me It would llnnlly turn to Rrlght's dlscnse. I wns laid up nt one time for three weeks. I hnd not taken Donu's Kidney Pills more tluin three dnys when the distressing ncliing across my back disappeared, nnd 1 was soon en tirely cured." For snlo by Alt dealers. Trice BO cents. Foster-Mlll)iirnCo.,Uuffalo,N. V. Experiment of Count Zeppelin. ' According to the Swiss journals, a new activity reigns at Manzcll, on the eastern shore of Lake Constance, which has become celebrated from the air ship trials of Count Zeppelin. In ap pears that the aeronaut, whose emula tion is awakened by the results of the recent airship trials, has decided to berin a new series ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 December 1903

i f lJuyouo! Whnt? Taylor's now up-to-date atlas of Fulton county Trio.! 2.on. Mauy prttsunts are packed in bovl UiHiford (Joll'ee worth more than you pay for the entire puck age. Teachers, whilo in town next week, will find what tliey are looking Lv iu Uhn.stnias candies at C.F. Scott's, opposite the post oftice. Fort Med ford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more than other cotTeo and is better, and also con tains a handsome present. This is a pood time to sub scribe for the Fulton County Nkws. Only a dollar a year in ad vauce. Did you get one of those lovely Salt or Pepper shakers in your Fort Med ford Coffee? Wilkinson. At the home oJ its grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wilkin son, in this place, on Thursday, November 10, 1903, Uermon Be geot, son of Mr. David Wilkinson, died at the ago of 7 months and 1 day. The child had been sick but a few days. Funeral on the 20th, conducted by Rev. Adams. In terment in Union cemetery. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 December 1903

Item VOLUME 5. THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE Interesting Meetings la Buck Valley, Brush Creek and McConnellsburg. MANY PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS On the Care and Feeding of Live Stock ; the Fertilization of Land, and the Beit Meth ods of Storing Food for Winter. I be institutes held in this county were, iu point of local in terest, enthusiasm, and practical results, the best that have ever been held. While space forbids anything like a detailed report of all the meetings, we have report ed the one at McConnellsburg more fully, as one of them is type of all. . 1 ho annual Farmers' Institute was held in the Court House on the above dates. Owing to sick uess none of the State institute instructors were able to be in at tendance at the first session. Ex cellent music was furnished throughout both evening ses sious. Mr. J. P. Johnston acted us temporary chairman in ab sence of K. M. Kendall, the local member of the State Board of Agriculture. Mr. James H. Ken dall occupied the first period with a pa...

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. — 9 December 1903

1 DISCOVRYOF A PLOT. (ported Conspiracy Against General Huentas. SEVERAL MEN ARE UNDER ARREST. Effort (be Pirl of t Few Army Officers to ladac the Oirrltoa it Panama lo Revolt aad Asaasslaale the Commandcfln Chlel JVtsidest Rooasvelt Keceives Oeoeral feejee. Colon (By Cable). Through a letter the Panama Government li.is discover ed what is alleged to have been a plot gainst the life o( General Huertas, commander-in-chief of the forces of tin: Republic of Panama, and an effort on the part of a few army officers to per suade the garrison at Panama to revolt. li uch a plot really existed it was firomptly nipped in the bud by the ap prehension at Panama of four alleged tonspirators, who were immediately trought under guard to Colon and hipped hence to Port l.imon, Costa Rica. The prisoners were all born in the in ferior of Colombia anil have been on the isthmus for some years. They were members of the Colombia battalion which gave its support to the new gov ernment when tile republic wa...

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 December 1903

OLD TIM& GRAVES OF A rr.I.ICIA BOBOTBFA BKXAXS. ThcT grew In beauly aide V side, They tilled our home with glee; nir graves are severed far and wide By mount and at ream and w. The aame fond mother bent at night O'er each fair sleeping blow; She had each folded flower in night Where ire those dreamers now? Jne 'mid the forests of the West, By a dark atrenm i laid; The Indian know hia place of rest. Far in the cedar ahade. The aea, the blue, lone ea, hath one He lie where pearls lie deep; He was the loved of all, yet none O'er his low bed may weep. THIR.ST. A True Story of the Sea. Jtto W UK conversation bad turned upon "thlrat." Perhaps the 0 O subject wns not entirely out of place, Although the 'MOW l'"If dozen ancient uinrln trs assembled In the llttlo bnck pnrlor )f an old Inn at Livingston, Stnten Inl and, nil of them inmates of the Sail rs' Snug Harbor, had bpen doing their best to banish thirst for hour pout. "Talk 'bout thirst," growled old Snm Cadler. who Ik fnuilllnrly ...

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 December 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. DECEMBER 0, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVKHTlfllKO RATBI. Per square of 8 line 8 times It 60. Per square ench ubenuent Insertion.... 60. All advertisement Inserted (or lew than three month charged by the square. 8 inos. ilium. I yr, One-fourth column.... Otic-h:iif column One Column .fis.on. . '-MO. .. 40.00. I'JO.OO. I 8.V.00 4".oo. M'.oo 66.00. 7600 Nothlne Inserted (or less than II, Professional Cards one year 86. Two Deer al One Shot. The Everett Republican savs that Mr. Ewing Williams of Un' n town, who accompanied a parly o! hunters to the Mountain Uoce at Ray's Hill, killed two deer at ouo shot. Mr. Williams was watching a crossing, when a deer approached and he covered it with his shot gun. Just as he pulled the trigger a second deer got in range and both were killed. The largest one weighed about 110 pounds and the other 60 pounds. The deer were cha...

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. — 9 December 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. A kidney or bladder trouble cau always be cured by using Fo ley's Kidney Cure in time. Brick. I will have plenty of brick for sale by next week. Peter Morton. David A. Laidig and Joseph Ranck speot Friday in town. Don't be imposed upon by tak ing substitutes offered for Foley's Honey and Tar. Mr. Samuel Mcllheny of Tay towDship, spent a few hours in town last Friday, and called at this office and shoved his sub scription forward. Some Ingersol watches are packed as presents in Fort Bed ford Coffee. Miss Mary and Bessie H el man, who had been visiting friends in this county, returned to their home in Roxbury, Franklin coun ty, last Saturday. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Refuse substitutes. W. H. Peck, the hustling miller at Gem, spent a dfcy in town last week. Will has buen as busy as a nailer grinding buckwheat...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 December 1903

BEANS BY WHICH ANIMALS PROTECT THEMSELVES S'uoIflBile to Surrouuilitig Oijtcts Wh!c Thejr Are Able to Assume ia tmcrgencic:. Dj C. WILLIAM BEE3E, Curator or Ornithology, Nevy York Zoo logUil Sue ety. IK world of tinture is full 5 fy Jj of wonders in form unit O I O color, mi l when wo dis 2a, )t cover their use we Hint tlint "WOtf .they contribute to the hull. ill mils ml vantage in th" worldwide illfe nnl death game of hid" and seek Khlrli animals are forever playing with n niiut her. Wlutt ii it udverilsement nf his power E the blink and white omit of tlie s-kvjnk. How well It is secmidnd by Ills unrtrlialniit manner, fearless nf the world, wlihli In iin.v u'lier less to be Jrradcd creature would assure its srpeod.V extinction. Notice the snowy oottoil tuil fif the r:i !ir. wiiieii, furled onti the Inst moment, nt tile critical Jump Is flashed out ill a te.Toi- nii.nul So all of its kin. I. When f mi r comes, how wonderfully "lie timid creatures of the wild shrink jti',o tuple of ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 December 1903

Vefkl, n.il) man t week 'cment caring ivc re. mild ! lea rk ai nmct textile rcduo "y be idic.it e tin I'ljust cks o' cent !S ir year th If tiding .aK: laitui week S. ; best inlii- 'liilv more 'hila No. tales, imali Dthy, .OOfH; -A p brl, oocl. and 5f(i bat- ICS ,d" New na tive, rlor a nh 150 I Sa .tivi cr do 1.50 We lti a s r.50 iK brl ivc, offi, per y. do, rk, idi oc; 5 ulk '.Ti, car 'A: ar-ar-ar-icd er, us, ew ct ;di IK. Jo, le. 3, II J Id. nd 11J n- ic; ir- o; 10 r HEART'S EASE 1 Brilliant Sunday Discourse By Dr. Howard Duffleld. T Iron Hat Nerer Entered Iht Souf of Tdm Wbe Expect Hipplaeit la Be Mailer - Perseaal Choice. ' New York City. "lleart'i Kane" win the subject of I he sermon Hundny mnrniria in the Old Kirt Presbyterian Church', Fifth avenue nnd Twelfth street, by the Rev. Dr. Howard Durhcld, tmstor. ')'h. text was from John, xiv: 1 (Revised Vcr ion): "Let not your henrt bn troiih'ed Ye nelieve In (Jod, believe also in Mc.': ir. Outfield said: Let not their hearts be tro...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 December 1903

Buy one ! What? Taylor's new up to date atlas of Fulton county. IVico $2.00. Mrs. W. C. Mann and daugh ter Lydia of Saluvia, were Mc Connellsburg visitors Saturday. Many presents are packed in Fort Bedford Coffeo worth more than you pay for the entire pack- Mr. and Mrs. James II. Mel lott aud Miss Pearl Alters of Sal uvia, spent Saturday ia town. Mr. John Kendall and wife of the Cove, were guests of Mrs. S. A. Nesbit last Friday. Fort Bedford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more thau other coffee and is better, aud also con tains a haudsome present. Mrs. N. C. Trout of Fairfield, Pa., is visiting m the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. M. li. Trout. This is a good time to s ;b scnoo for the 1 ulton County Nkws. Ouly a dollar ayear in ad vance. William Dauiels and Jacob C Mellott of Saluvia, were in Mc Conuellsburg Wednesday on bus iness. Did you get one of those lovely Salt or Pepper shakers in your Fort Bedford Coffee? Charles Cook of Chadwick, 111., arrived m McConnellsburg lasl Fr...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 December 1903

I. I M A WIS VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.. DECEMBER 16, 1903. NUMBER 1 3 FROM THE HOOSIER STATE. 1 " " i ii Dr. Sharpe Speaks of the Changes That Have Been Wrought In That Section. SUGGESTS PLAN FOR RAILROAD. Snys Narrow Gauge, with Cars Drawn by Small Steam Motor, It What We Want to Traverse Cove Mountain. I note that my subscription to the News is due. Enclosed find check for two years, which I send with the hope that I may have the pleasure of sending you many more before you drop the editor's pen. . I seldom hear from Fulton any more, except through the col umns of your paper. So many changes have occurred that many of my old acquaintances have dropped out, and many names are new to me. We yet have some of the Ful ton county pioneers who came here many years ago when this country was new and swampy. Some of the Ilart, McEldownev, Hess, and Mellott families are here. The older generation is dy ing out, and the history of the early struggles of their ances tors is now told by the...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 December 1903

I. i MCEIVES DANITE THREAT. Htessetrtker !hs Doctrine of Blood Atonement. A WARNINQ FROM SALT LAKE CITY. tysterfoa Utter Received kjr Mltf Qrtce Tatkol Mad ley, a Yoaai Woman Who, Year At. Removed From Una to New Vara. Where She U Now Schoolteacher Aallwr al Book Aisinst Mormoolim. New York ( Special ). "Tlie Danites arc not all dead. Their power may still Teach from Zion to Babylon. Rcmem tef the old doctrine of ISIood Atone sncnt. Beware of blasphemous stories kgaimt the Mints." This is the startling communication teeeivtd by Miss Grace Talbot Hadlcy, cf No. 4 Lenox avenue. She is a liigrily intellectual young woman, who las moved to New York from Salt Lake City within the last year, and the mys terious communication she received is attributed by her to the fact that she has licen an earnest fighter against the influ ence of Mormonism. Shortly after coming to New York Miss Hartley published a book called ".Much Married Saints and Some Sin ners." 'J hen, she says, she began to rc r...

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