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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 January 1904

BPECTS NO FOREIGN AID iJapaa Declares That Sbe Will Fight Her Own Battles. WILL BE A STRUOOLE TO THE DEATH. 'rIWD Cm Avert Wir Belwers Rostla and Japan la the Falare, Even II Pcica la Pro caret flew," Says Baron Hayashl, Jtpineu Minister la London, la a Remarkably Fraak Statement lituee Involved. London (By Cable). In peculiarly frank language, Baron liayashi, after consultation wiih the Foreign Office, Summed up the situation as follows: "I only hope, the Czar will give us peace, but my hopes are not strong. X we go to war it will be (or issues whereon both America and England lave insisted diplomatically. We have received no pledges from any country that in the event of defeat it will step in and save us from being absorbed by Russia. We cannot count ccn in ex tremities on the armed suppnrt ot any nation in the world. It would be a struggle to the death. Fcrhaps we are not strong enough to fight Russia. There are two opinions about that." Baron liayashi intimated that he thought J...

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. — 20 January 1904

"BUN WITH PATIENCE" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. J. Bascom Shaw. Ketf Jeiot at a Patten Before Von la (he Rice ol LIU. Phincetok, N. J. The Ticv. T)r. tfolin Unicorn Hhw, pastor of the West Kml Presbyterian Church, Manhattan, preached Piintlay ninrning before the students of Princeton University. He took hie text from Hebrew xii : 1 : "Kun with patience." Dr. Show nid: There it a vast difference between walk ing with pittience and running with pa tienc. Both are hard, incalculably hard, but they are hard in very different ways, and call for graces which arc exact op positea. Walking with patience re quire the grace of repression or resig nation. The apirit leaps ahead hut the body mint needi lag behind. We want to run, but we have to walk, and slow Knee when one feels he might make aate and ought to make haste is might ily agravatin. Walking with pnlien-p is one of the young man's strmrplcs. He want to get on ana up, wnn nuic-i speed, put cir cumstances are holding him back...

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. — 20 January 1904

- -TON COUiNfV NUVVS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. vlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. JANUARY 20, 1904, Published Veekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. UlVKHTlMINO KATBS. I'er square ot 8 linen S times II V. Per stmre ich sulxtequrnl Insertion.... 60. All aUvwrthorocnt" inverted for lew thn three month" ':h:red by the qtjnre. 3 mow. flmoi, I yi. . ..tts.no. I tJO.oo. I tao.no ... Bfi.Oll. 40(10. M.00 .... 4O.00. I f00. 75.00 One-fourth column. One-tml f rolutnn . . . . One Column tfiithins Inserted for less than It. Professional Cards one year Ir Character. History, if perused in a proper manner, may bo of great service to the youthful reader. Iu read in? history we should seek, not only to store up in memory its most important facts, but also to inquire in regard to each of them what useful lesson it is calcula ted to impress upon the mind. The human heart is the same in every age. The inspired Volume declares "As face answereth face in water, so doth the heart of ma...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 January 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of 'Local and General Interest, Gathered - at Hume or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Another letter from Miss Alice VVUhnrt in next week's News. Brick for a1e at Morton's br ick yard at the edge of towu. Ex-Commissioner Lemuel Gar land and Morton Hess, two of Uolfast'a tfood citizens wore in town Tuesday. Did you get a watch coupon in Fort Bedford Coffee? George Clevenger wa9 a caller at the News office Tuesday. He expects to return to the "West in the spring. No rotten eggs in Fort Bed ford Coffee. Ask your grandfather what he thinks of Fort Bedford Coffee. Rev. Shull will preach next Suuday at Siloam at 10:30; at Eb enezer at 2:30, and at Asbury, where a revival is in progress, at 7 in the evening. Wanted. Some good "strap" makers to work in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Apply to W. C. Martin, Locust Grove, Pa., who will be at Han cock, 13th and 14th. Next Sunday Rev.Baugher will preach at Whips Cove at 10 a. m.; PJeas...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 January 1904

LOVE'S LITANY. rfad I but known long years ao. The deep unrest, tire weignt of woe. The pain of having loved you so! Had I hut Keen through trust of fear Mr bitter sacrifice of tears Had I but folt a.i I do now. These scars of irrow mi mr brow. No eds of promise had I Mn, My life were not o v.iiy grown. Hid I bit known. Had we but known- i.'.at ainnmer day We wandered forth, the pnrr i.i-e way, ')ur love would wither ind ib-eny! Had we but felt one hour Me this A barren time without onv k - Had we but seen that we h i -iijnd l'arted forever im love'a I, Ve had not euffored to atone We bad not t.ig)icd. apartalone! Had we but known, -('lenient .Scott. THE TRAGEDY ? OFTHE BRIDGE By Faerie h'ovu f;!:ris: mm m iOW- HAD a fancy when Tav. i' 1 t I nier lirst brought his niece, 0 I O Cntiiline Hied, to Uivcr- P side, that some tragedy Wlf would be eEuotcd there. The wl was bo handsome ntnl there as something so stormy In her Italian black ryes. I nk( so to Stanhope, oi" The Locusts, our li...

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. — 20 January 1904

ssa.Was Given Up PerunaSavedHerLife It was catarrh of the lungs so common In the winter months.) ljmmsAY I Mrs. (.'ol. 1' . I. Oreslinin, Treasurer Daughters of the Confederacy and I'resi dent Ilcrndcn Village linH-oveiiicnt Suc-jcty, write llie following letter' from Hernden, Fairfax Co., W: Ilcrnden, Va. Tlie Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio: Genllemun " t can not speak loo highly of the value of Prrnnc . I believe that I owe my life to its wnnderiul merit. 1 suffered with ratarrh ot the head ani, lungs in Us worst form, unfit the doctors atrly gave me up, an J. J despairs A of ever getting well again.. "I noticed yoxir advert inement and the splendid testimonials 'liven by the people who had been cured by Peruna, and determined o trg a bottle. 1 1 ell but little better, but used a svvond and third 'tattle and kept on improving slowly. "It look six bottles to cure me, but they were worth a, King's ran som to me. I talk Peruna to all my friends and am a true believer In its wort...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 January 1904

;d you get a watch hi Fort Lieu ford Coffee? Thi is a good time to sub serine for the 1-ulton County Nkws. Only a dollar a year id ad vance. Wasn't the present you got in Fort Bedford Coffee a nice one? On Monthly 11. Mini-po Patter son sold his new building on Wa ter street whore ho now resides, together with the hardware store, to County Treasurer Geo B. Mellott. Possession to be giv en the first ot April. This is a very desirable property, and the hardware store, which was estab lished about a year ago by Mr. Patterson, has a strong and grow ing patronage. We wish the new proprietor success. With mighty good coffee and valuable presents free in each pack, you will find Fort Bedlord Coffee cheaper by far than oth ers, even if you do pay a cent a pound more for it than other cof fee. George Fraker of Fort Little ton, met with a painful accident on his way home from Three Springs recently which might havo resulted in the loss of an eye. While descending a steep grade near William-Ge...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

01 VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSKURG, PA., JANUARY 27, 1904. NUMBER 19 FR02I ALICE W1SHARL Interesting Stop at Port Said Vessel Takes Coal. THROUGH THE FAMOUS SUEZ CANAL. And Her Voyage Down on tbe Red Sea, Across Which Moses Led the Urclltet A Good While Ago. S. S. "India," Doc. 11. Be tween Suez and Aden. When I mailed you my last let ter we had only reached Port Said. Just a few miles out of port we saw the mail steamer puss us on its way home, and knew our letters would have to wait another week. The Pilot came on board a few miles out, and by 6 p. m, we had cast anchor within 300 yards of shore. No sooner had we made fast than dozens of native Egyptian boats with merchants and conjares on board came to the steamer, jab bering and gesticulating like mad The sea was as smooth as glass and like sliver, and there were French, German and English troop ships auchored all around us, ready to take on coal. That process is most interesting: A largo coal barge comes up 'long side, and dozens of n...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

L4FFAIRS JUST DRIFTING Japanese Governm:ut Awaits Russia's Reply Wlih lateaie Anxiety. "tVlli BE WAR OR PEACE VERY SOON. Dispatches Havs Beta Received la Wnh fettM la Ik Lilt Few Dayi Either from Ik Foetlfa Office or (he Amerlcia Em kxtj it London Ttrsw.of Much Additional Ufhl the Sltotlon. Washington, D. C. (Special). L'nit Wd States Minister Griscom reports to the State Department from Tokyo that there has been no change in the situa tion there relative to the Russian ne gotiations. Intense interest is exhibited, ftnit the Japanese are awaiting with pa tience for the decision of Russia. Although he called for another pur pose, Sir Mortimer Duraud, the British Ambassador, had an informal talk with 5Ir. Looinis, the acting secretary of -State, about affairs in the far East. No dispatches have been received here in hc last few ilays either from the foreign -tiffice or the American embassy at Lon don throwing much additional light on the situation, but it is known that the Japanese go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

" COMMERCIALISM " A Brilliant Sunday Talk By Rev. Reese P. Alsop. Dr. Jmm Christ It lbs Mftfure el the Stature of lbs Perfect Mas. rtnooitt.Y, N. Y. Dr. Reese F. Alsop, rector hi SSt. Aim's Church on the Heights, preached Sunday morning on "Commer cialism." lie took his text from St. Luke xii:15: "Man's lite consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he pos sesses." Dr. Alsop mid: I heard lately from n brilliant sneaker tn address on "Commercialism.", To the surprise of all, it was ft panegyric rather than a diatribe. His argument was that commercial, that is, btisinesi activity, the industrial epoch in which we live and whose push we feel, engenders certain use ful and even moral qualities, such as thrift, underlying all accumulations of capital; truth telling, which is essential to success ful trading; trust, without which the vast credit system of the day could not exist; the sense1 of responsibility shown in the honesty of the great army of clerks and place holders, amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

I-U rO.N COUNTV N3WS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor aad Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSUURG. PA. JANUARY 27, 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVRIITIHIHQ KATIW. Icr fc)ure of H lines 3 times 50. p.-r vjinire (vn'h subsequent tr.serllon.... SO. Ail Hilvprtiocrornit Inserted for lew than three month clmri?et by the square. 3 mos. f ilmos. 1 yf. Ono-fourth I'olnmn. OntNl: if column.... One l .il inm ....fi.voo. I 0.00. MO.00 50. 00 75.00 -.Villi. 4D.O0. io.no. I oo. Wnthlni.' Inserted for less than II. Professional Card one year f5 PNEUMONIA'S DANGERS. Fatal Inflammation of Lunjjs Commences With Cold. At this time whnn pneumonia is prevailing and counting its vic tims by the hundreds any means of preventing the diseaso are of obvious interest to prospective victims. It ia from such a stand point that we venture some sug gestions which may srve their purpose iu protecting those who may be especially exposed to the sudden and inevitable changes iu the weather i...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Brick for sale at Morton's brick yard at Mio edge of town. The scholars of the Tlireo Springs school recently present ed their teacher, Austin C. Peck with a nice bible. Mr. Peck in turn treated his pupil liberally lo sweet meats, etc. Prof Peck as a teacher is doing good work o the school of that town. Or bisonia Dispatch. Did you get a watch coupon in fPort Bed ford Coffee? Gon. John Podden and Capt. A. Dotterman will hold preaching at the salvation army church near Big Cove Tannery on Sunday morning an lu.iiu; at z-.iiO p. m., and on Sunday evening at 7 o' clock the ordinance of feet wash ing and the Lord's supper. All are welcome to these services. No rotten eggs in Fort Bed ford Coffee. Mr. David A. Black and his brother, Daniel M., both of Wa terfall, were in town Monday ta king out letters of administration on the estate of their father, the Jat...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

WE TWO. Jb.ny the elands ami dreary llic J.iy One like we used to have Ion a(; Cliillv sml cold and bleak and Ky. Hut I'ollv .ind I. on our homeward triv, t arc not at nil fur I lie blinding snow. Streets arc deserted, ive here unit there llcil-nnscri fii-ili-m in- wending tlifir way Over the .lretceml pavement- where An ill-clm-en step iwn a trm tlirouuh air Anil n hcny ti'i on 1 1 t ivr.iterV Jay. nimH' ensconced in a woo.'n wrap IbuiiU in a imnf ami her fare ,ij!of, Tolly in thinking of we. m lyhip. And I well, from under m heavy rap I'm dri'.iniin? of her. for 1 love Iht j. - Only we tun, yet a hippier pair Couldn't he (timid over land or sea. For I love Piilly. - ' vcet and fair. And no raue have t for a mnqie rare, For l'ollv -she to!d ine so -loves me! Jerome 1'. Fltvlitnan. in Baltimore New. OPPORTUNE tOC DLI.Y CAKSON stood at X V tlj(' lo" ot tUo klt!'!lel1 VI O stairs shieldlnu with Blow ?( inif fingers the candle that OWr she held above her head. Ehe heard mice scurrying ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 January 1904

r COMMODORE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY Caoommtnda P-ni-nOther Pro mlnint Man Tastlfy. Commodore Somervllle Nicholson, Of the United Stales Navy, lu a letter from 1837 R St., N. V Washington, D. C, says: "Your rernni has been and Is now used by no many of my friends and ac. qualntances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities, and I unhesitatingly recom mend It to all persons suffering from that complaint." S. Nicholson. The highest, men in our nation have given reruns, a strong endorsement. Men of all classes and stations are equally represented. If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the usn of Pe runa, write at once to Dr. Ilnrtman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be plenxed to give you his valuable advice era Us. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The HartTuan Sanitarium, Columbus, O. AaJc Your Draught for a free Peruna Almanac for 1 904. Almost 7 per cent, of the cost of operating a railway is for coal. SORnlhela Hu...

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. — 27 January 1904

" Did yt t get a watch In Fort Bedford Coffee? Miss Tempie Suider of Gem, accompanied her uucle, X. 11. Peck to his home at Ambridge, Pa., ou the conclusion of his visit among friends in Helfast towu hhip last week. Wasn't the present you got in Fort Bedford Co flee a nice one? Miss Alice Michaels and her niece Miss Kthel Hays drovedown from Everett Last Saturday. Miss Michaels returned on Tuesday, and Miss Hays will spend a short lime with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. llays. With mighty good coffee and valuable presents free in each pack, you will find Fort Bedlord Coffee cheaper by far than otb- ? f i ers, even 11 you uo pay a cent a pound more for it than other cof fee. The prevention of consumption is entirely a question of com mencing the proper treatment in time. Nothing is so well adapted t ward off fatal lung troubles a Foley's Iloney and Tar. Sold at Trout's drug store. Dr. West will preach in the Presbyterian church in this place next Suuday morning, and at Greenhill ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 February 1904

Urn VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., FEBRUARY 3, 1904. NUMBER 20 In THE SPANISH INQUISITION. Another Historical Sketch from the Pea of Henry Wolf. DOWNFALL OF THE SPANISH NATION. Fanaticism and Religious Intolerance, has Brought the One Proud Monarchy to En dura the Odium of the Clvlllied World. In this' shameful attire, suffer ing from the effects of previous torture, more dead than alive uo one to sympathize with him (for that would endanger their own lives) the wretched victim was dragged through the streets of the city to the place of execu tion. Forming the procession a body of cavalry took the lead; next came the Grand Inquisitor and the many officers of the inquisi tion in their sober, awe-inspiring regalia; then the executioners with the victim in their midst, and in the rear another troop of cavalry. It should have been a solemn, funeral-like procession but that it was not to be : instead of giving the victim occasion to imagine himself a hero, and so cause others to imitate ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 February 1904

BECHIEL CLUES Xfttict Serjeant Expects Solulloo ol Marder Mystery. 'TRACES THE CRIME TO A RESORT. Jar. Kraaaa It Next ta Certain Thtt lb Oirl Was Killed at a Reierl Ibi Outskirts at sheCky Sat Wit Followed Tbliber By Her Jcataai Adalrer, He Says, There Ibt JROTlat Wands Were Inflicted. Allentown, Pa. (Special). Disclosure i the name of Mabel Bechtcls mur aTerer and all the details of the mysteri ous tragedy are promised this week, according to the statement of one of the officers at work on the case under the direction of Capt. Jas. L. Schaadt, counsel for the Bechtel family. This officer is Sergeant Edwin W. Knauss, of the local police, who, from "the liour Mabel's body was found in the areaway of her home, clung to the theory that the girl was not killed at Sier home. His views are now support ed by more than 90 per cent, of the .Steeple here. When the murder was discovered Sergeant Knauss was one of the first officers on the ground and it was rot long before he left the home f th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 February 1904

VITAL UNION WITH CHRIST A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. 0. D. Case, Pb.D. Teilt How Ifat Son el God Wllbin Ui Beceaics Ibt Stare l Divine Conpsnlooih'p. Bkooklyx, K. Y.-Tlie !?ev. C. J). Cam,1 I'll. D., pastor of the First Baptist Church, Montclair, N. J., recently preached the1 following brilliant sermon, which he en-1 titled "Vital Union With Christ." The! text wat chosen from Ualatiana ii : 20 : "ij m crucified with C hrist and I no longer live, but Christ livetli in me, and the life wmcn i now live i live ny faith in the: . .iuii v i va nuu mien flic a 1114 nta UllII- elf to die for me." Dr. Cane said: The highest conception oi the Christian; life which this generation seems to have accepted is to be found in the words, "Fol low Ale," as uttered by Christ. It is thoroughly Biblical. Jesus says to Philip, at the beginning of His ministry, "Follow Me:" He telis the lour on the sands of tialilee, "Come ye after Me;" He mm innnda the taxgatherer in his office, "Fol low Me;" He pre...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 February 1904

(Ul, JlN COUNTY NEWI Bt'RKT CABINS. ' Duo. 28. Prof. Keil made a Published Every Thursday, histy tnpto siiippensburK last, 1 -- '.. ; Wednesday to see a physician B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. ; a lump that has been grow . I i"g on his neck for five years. AkCONNELLSBURG. PA. FEBRUARY 3, 1004, Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVKIlTUtlKa RATBS. for ure of s line 3 times II SO. Pr iiinrp eiwh subsequent Insertion.... W. AH mlvertlements Inserted for les than threi months rhiirited bv the square. 3 m is. I rtmos. I 1 yr. 'ne-f urtti oliiinn Otie-hslf column .no. One Column ln.OO. I'JO.00. 1 40.00. m.oo. I MO.OO rwi.no 75 oo Wothlnr Inserted for less than ft. Professional Cards one yerS Pluck. There is seldom a line of glory written upon the earth's face but a line of suffering seems parallel with it; and they who read the lustrous syllables of the one, and stop not to decipher the spotted and worn inscription of the other pet the lesser half of the lesson earth has...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 February 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, (lathered at Home or Clipped Irom our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. jincK Tor saie at Morton s brick yard at the edge of town. Did you pet a watch coupon in Fort Bedford Coffee? Mrs. C. Ii. Chesnut of New port, Nebraska, Is visiting the family of Dr. A. K. Davis at Hus ton town. The most reliable preparation for kidney troubles on the market is Foley's Kidney Cure. Mr. Ed 8joner who has been Bpending the past year at Mt. Union, is visiting iu the home of his grandfather, Mr. Wm. Stoner of this place. Ask your grandfather what he thinks of Fort Bedford Coffee. Wanted. Some good "strap" makers to work in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Apply to W. C. Martin, Locust Grove, Pa., who will be at Han cock, 13th and 14 th. Foley's Honey and Tar cures the cough caused by attack of la grippe. It heals the lungs. Mr. John B. Sipes of Licking Creek township,, spent a few hour's in town last Thursday, aud did not forget ...

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