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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

"FOOTMEN AND HORSES" Ad Interesting Sunday Sermon By Rev. Howard Duffield. Every Mm Heart at Times In Mlf Soul Re sosndlnf Cry Which Beckons Him to HI Highest Destiny. Nnw TonK TiTT. T)r. Howard Put field, patnr of the Old Kir-t I'riMhytrrinn Church. Fifth avenue and Twelfth street, preached bumlay ou "Footmen ami Ilorc." lie took hi text from Jeremiah Sii:5. Dr. Duflicld Mid: It is healthful for u to test our hopes to-diiy as experipnre shall tct them for us tomorrow. Squarely, lmlividually and im mediately let in t ire the chillenue of ,Ier rmv. the prophet: "If thou runnrt with the fontmen, and they have wearied thee, then how cant thou contend with horse?" Isl u first study the pursuit of li.ippi tie. The pursuit of happiness is intense and universal and rightful. The pursuit of happiness lias enlisted th unwearied Vnergy of the most of men throughout all ime. Pleasure surely cannot he a very hard prohlem to solve. Certainly it ran be no difficult thing to win happiness, ltrave ...

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. — 13 April 1904

PANCiROUa NEGLECT. It's the neglect of backache, side cbe, pain in the blps or loins that finally prostrates the strongest bod;. The kidney warnings are serious they tell you that they are unable to filter the body's waste and poison from the blood the sewers are clogged and Impurities are run nlng wild to impregnate nerves, heart, brain and every organ of the body with disease elements. Doan's Kidney Tills are quick to soothe and strengthen sick kidneys, and help them free the system from poison. Rend bow valuable they are, even in cases of long standing. , L. C. Lovell, of 415 North First St., Spokane, Wash., says: "I have bad trouble from my kidneys for the past ten years. It was caused by a strain to which T paid little attention. Hut as I neglected the trouble It became worse and worse until any strain or a slight cold was sure to be followed by severe pill ii across my back. Then the iii-tion of the kidney secretions be on me deranged and I was caused much annoyance, besides l...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

Bom to I lev. and Mrs. (J. M. Smi tli a son. Kx commissumer and Mrs. (5. F. Met.lor of Uarrisonville, spent Saturday in town. MiaflKlla Shimor of Philadel phia, is visiting hor parents Mr. and Mrs. 11. N. Whitnor of this place. lVothouotary Harris aud John Comerer of thin place attouded lodge at Uarrisonville Saturday night. Mrs. Austin Carbaugh and son Norns aud daughter Mary at tended preaching in town Sunday morniug. Miss Emma Lylo finished her term of school a few days ago, having given satisfaction to the patrons and pupils. Mrs. J. J. McFerrenof Cham bersburg, was the guest of the Misses Itexroth a few days dur ing the past week. Miss Nora Fisher, teacher of Waterfall si-hool spent, Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fisher of this place. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneysand bladdersnght. Don't delay taking. Murray II. Guthrie of Indiana, Fa., president ot the McConnells burg Mfg. Co., spent a day or two in this place last week. The evening services at the Presbyteria...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

lie VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., APRIL 20, 1904. NUMBER 31. THE INVINCIBLE ARMADA.! How It Came to Destruction la a Big Storm. FROM THE PEN OF REV. HENRY WOLF. The Treaty with Spain Which Secured pendence lo the United King dom of Holland. Inde- As King Philip II. hated Queen Elizabeth for the ordering of the execution of the Catholic Mary Stuart (the former aiding the Netherland to gain their inde pendence) that he determined on England's total destruction and the eventual wiping out of all heresy. He therefore prepared one the largest aud strongest fleets of war ships that had ever been gotten up by any single power. It consisted of 130 most powerful ships, which took sixty million dollars out of Philip's treasury. It was commanded by Medina Sidonia, with 20,000 land troops aboard, and Duke Parme with 34,000 more land forces was to join him from the Netherlands. The English cou!d only oppose the ."Inviucible Armada," so call 'od, with thirty ships, having auother fleet to block ...

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

VICE-ADMIRAL MAKAROFF SANK WITH HIS SHIP. Ferisicd on Big Battleship With About 700 of Tho.se Aboard Terrible Accident as the Fleet Was Going Out to Give Battle Turned Turtle and Went Down. London, (By Cable). The St. Petersburg officials announce that at caybreak Wedr lay the battleship I'etropavlovsk was destroyed at Tort Arthur, with 700 men anil oll'icers, including V'ice-Aclniiral MakarofT. The Russian advice declare the vessel was blown up by a mine that i.ad drifted from its moorings, but litspatchcs from Wei llai Wei induce the confident belief here that a naval engagement occurcd off I'ort Arthur of a severe character and that later telegrams will show that the Russian niffcred a severer loss than is yet admitted. A rumor has reached Rome that Vice-Admiral Makaroff's squadron was attacked by the whole Japanese fleet, concealed behind Miatoao is lands. His retreat was cut off ami lie was forced to fight against odds, with the result that all his shipj were .maged, while the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

ft "TRIBULATION" i Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. L. H. Caswell. A Pitbetlc Flfurt la ths Shllly-SbtUy Youth Cuddled la Luxury and Shrinking From Lite's Comfort. rlnooKl.v, X. V. for his Ninnnv ser mon, in the Tabernacle M. H. Church, eireenpoint, the pastor, the Hcv. Lincoln llolliater Caswell, took as ti in subject "A Little Inquiry Into Tribulation. The text wan from Konians v: 3: "Hut we glory in tribiilntionn." Air. Caswell said: I'nto ench the ever recurring question mme. Whence the mission nf adversity? Why the existence of trouble? Do pain nn J pleasure proceed from kindred laws? How is it that while our earth in its orbit keeps symphony with the host of heaven, it yet bears the undertone of anguish in its bosom? ("noil we answer by impeaching Infinite justice, by declaring the tryrnnnv of pain, by asserting the bondage of suffering? iot so. But rather i- ....ie for the mission of trouble nnd learn the utility of adversi ty. It is clear to (he student of ethics that there i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

FULTON COUNTNEWS Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editir and Propriitor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. APRIL 20, 1904. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKTII(0 HATBt. Per nUiirB of Kline 8 time It M. Per unre each ubeuuent Insertion.... 50. All advertisement Inserted for leu than hrce month charitcd by the aquare. a nv. I Amos. I yr. One-fourth itoluran 115.00. 1 IJfiOO. Omvhiilf column iVOO. 1 40.00. One Column 10.00. 1 66.00. C 00 50 00 76 00 NothlnK Inserted for less than II. Profcilonal Card one year 15 Children' Saylnj. The sayiuga of children very often are truer than they sound. The child will receive an idea in some way and there is nothiug but more years that will change that idea. How many times are we impressed with the wisdom of a child's remarks? We our selves have answered questions on impulse when we were young, and hit the nail more squarely, than we could now after long study. A child's mind is a para dox and au enigma to those who study it. The following ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and General Interest, Qalafred at Home or Clipped Iron our Exchangee. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Elliott Kay has been quite poor ly lor several days. The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. Miss belle Trout is having a very enjoyaoie visit among friends in Lancaster, Pa. A new picket fence adds much to the appearauce of Cyrus Ment zer's property in the Extension. Rev. S. L. Baugher left on Thursday for Philadelphia and Gulf Mill, Pa., where he will visit for a few days. Prof. Lewis Harris, of Akers vill, Fulton county, spent Satur day and Sunday with friends in this place. Everett Press. Winter is holding on at a great rate. Snow is flying this Wednes day morning and the thermome ter registers seven degrees below the freezing point. A marriage license was grant ed on Tuesday to Milton A. Stin son of Sixmile Run, and Miss Myrtle May Taylor of Waterfall. Miss Nettie Knauff and her sis ter Mattie, who have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

ANOTHER Uliere re hi-ro? who r- landed for their d.irinij on llic field There arc heroes who on ermine let their courage lie revealed; There nre heroes v.-ho ru-h boldly to ie other in disttv-; There nre heroeii who give hungry little orphan hippinc-., Hut another merits mention us a hero -ring the hell lor the mai who doesn't griimu'e when he isn't icelm; well. Tet in give the heroes tned.il w h 70 fortli to due and do In the crash and roar nt buttle, and where flume are hn;-ier, to 1, lt in honor them that nol.v help the poor and wr.il; and sin.ili. Put he ouiht to have a statue, lirelv wrought ami white and tali. Who reli aina from boring other vitli hi trouble. iui f i ;ite. Who worhs on without complaining when he 1 . 1 1 " t ti'i li 11 j right. ( Kecurd llei iI. laaflaaaaaaaaaaaaQQQflaflaaaQQQQaaQaQflaflflM HE READ HIS ANSWER. A ROMANCE OF : : Cy THE MOUNTAINS : : Chirks Sloan R.eiJ 3 Ki-riii l'KMio 1:11 1" 'rlli.-i. Tl.i-o.np ueis -it-l-nt. PI ins at til" limd of u I i ; 1 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

WOMtN ttRc Arv Ll.WN, Sometimes women drift Into con dition of "hnlf Invalid." Continual Innguor all tired out, run down, bnek f.-i nelie, nerves slinttered, lieiidnehe, terrible pnln, no appetite, poor diges tion. In nine case out of ten it's beenimc tbe kid neys rail todo their work of Altering the polxonous system waste from the blood. Tbe kidneys nrc wenk nnd need the strcnpthenltiB help of Drain' Kidney rilln. Ueitel how these pills repair n weakened pliy. fli'iil condition when this condition Is en used by sick kldiwys. Mrs. Sadie .Mettles, of IM W. 4th Ave., Columbus. Ohio, says: "I'rlor to the year 18U8 1 suffered considerably from baikache, pain In the head, lan guor nnd depression and weakness of the action of tbe kidneys. The pain was always worse In the morning nnd I felt miserable. I wax Induced to pro. cure a box of Dunn's Kidney nils and I began their use. They proved prompt and effective. They cured me, and there has been no return of tbe trouble since taklnr them. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 April 1904

r, NLW KOI.I.hK .nil.l. Tlit "ihisliMig" Mill Just Not Hi o! llai ri sum ille New Machinery. 'A--Tl-caiUrorTli('(Hi)iiIiis Sim.a ; trial ntti-iitiim will I , i ..... ; - ..... 'HOY a Kldiii'V Luin ii!;Ur.fl : fei'tneyaanclbliuUlors right. Dun't ! l!ay taking. Mr. S. A. .csliit and daughter j (VinnHlia of t!ii place, spent last i.ii.. :.. f i . ""'"' fourg. , vl. so,,,,, time ao pu ivIiusim! District Attorney (ieorgo II. i tlio "Ih'slKing" mill property just piiaiels is in Harrishurg attend-1 north ol Harrisonvillc, lias erect ing tlie Democratic State Cou- j od a modern dwelling, aud has vo,llion- I Unking the past tew day s installed Miss Mary Grove, having 1 11 complete outfit of the latest im tiuished her term of school in ! l'i"('V'otl roller mill mar liiuury. lie Bedford county, has returned to llits a largo territory from which Alii Siiniiii. S.i.owl. Our select school m Wells will U'giu on ilio I'.U t l.iy of May aod will contimio for S weeks. Spe- I io given to her ln.ine in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 April 1904

V J -II J I II II IL IJ II II VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., APRIL 27, 1904. NUMUE R 32 MISSION SCHOOL IN INDIA. Miss Alice Wlshart Speaks - of Her Visit to One of Them. GIRLS PRETTY, WITH LARGE DARK EVES The Bubonic Plague Spreading So Rapidly That Many School Will Have to be Closed Alarming Fatality. AU.AIIAIIAII. Iniiia. Feb. i. Yesterday I went with Miss Todd to visit one of our schools in llie native city, a school of about fnrty girls ranging from five to twelve in age, who were to receive prizes for attendance for the year. These prizes were dressed dolls and scrap books sent from America. We had toleavethegairi (vehicle) in one of the side streets and walk some distance through alloys just about wide enough for two people abreast. When we met anyone, it was sometimes necessary to lean up close to the wall to let him pass. When we reached the school, which is held in a clean, bare, whitewashed room about 6x12 feet, we found thirty girls already there, seated on the lloor with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 April 1904

STRUGGLE WITH MANIAC Perilous Fight in Darkness on a Hos pital Roof. BAD TO BE CHOKED INTO SUBMISSION. Cipt. Clark, at New York Fire Department, and Two Firemen Risk Their Lives to Save Man W ho Became Suddenly Demented -Desperate Struggle Eighty Feet From the Ground on a Ledge 12 Inches Wide. New Y'lrk, (Special). Captain Clark, of the New York fire depart ment, an. I two firemen engaged in a desperate struggle with a maniac be fore daylight on a 12-inch ledge wliicli forms the base of the mansard roof f the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hos pital, in this city. The ledge is Ko itet above the ground, and the man Ihcy risked their lives to rescue from bis perilous position1, was powerful and fought viciously; but he was finally forced through a window into the hospital, where several policemen took up the struggle and subdue .1 l.im. The maniac was Robert Hindman, who had been admitted to the hos pital a week ago to prepare for an operation for the removal of a swel ling in the ear. He show...

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

"ULTIMATE AMERICA" in Eloquent Sunday Sermon By Rev. J. A. Jenkins. tbli Country tbt Spiritual Teicber of tb: Nitlonf Our Soclil Ideal. Unooi.LVX, X. V. In Temple Israel the I!ev. J. Alexander denkins, pastor of lm aianucl Congregational Church, delivered in address to a large audience on "Uiti niste America, the Spiritual Teacher ol Hie Nations." He said among other things: It is a commonplace of the newer think iiis that the evolutionary process culmin iii in the soul of man, the whole mightv movement being satisfactorily explained, iiwrding to the thinking of the theistic evolutionist when matter endowed with iff and perfected through countless gener it ions, has at last given to the mind of the human being the instrument for the ele nentnry exercises of its endless life. The H niggles of theageaare justiiicd in tiiesoul. I lie student of history is perplexed as he leais the groanings and witnesses the tra failings of the nations through the ccntur rs, and his natural and legitim...

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

F LION COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBUKU, FA. APRIL 27, 1904. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AllV KKTtMIMQ HATCH. nr 'iunre of s lines 8 times II 60. pur s.iuure eaoh sutisequent Insertion.... 60. Ail advertisements inserted for less than hrec month churned hy the square. a moi. 1 Amos, I I yr. One-fourth nolumn . One-h:ilf column.... One Column . ...lno, I 40.00. I JJo.no. I 40 00. 66.00. mum woo 7.V00 Nolhlnit Inserted for less thun II. Professional Curds one year 16 NEW OK I N U) A. John M. Ilouck spent a few days recently in Altoona and Ma pleton. X. (I. Cunningham's had the preacher with them at dinner on Sunday. A. -V Witter of Waterfall is able to he out again to attend to his store. Su miner time is coming, boys, and potatoes won't always bring fcl.Sj a bushel. A. D. Hergstresser has gone out of the junk business and is farming again. Arthur Foster of Altoona visit ed his homo and friends in Wells a few da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 April 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Oathcrcd it Hume or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases l Foley's Kidney Cure. Jacob Sharpe near Knobsville, has pasture for cattle by the month at a reasonable price. Mr. and Mrs. i. Sharpe Pat terson ol this place, are spending this week with friends m Harris burg. Thomas P. Sloan, Esq., and sis tar Miss Jessie attended the funeral of their brother Charles ii Buffalo, N. Y., on Monday. Rev. Dr. West left on Monday t go to New York to meet his son, Prof. Robert II. West and family who are expected to arrive from Syria. Holy Communion in St. Paul's Reformed church of this place next Sunday at 10:30 a. m, Pre paratory services on Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Chas. M. Smith, pastor. For Sale. A No. 1 set of hand made, single strap, driving har uess hames or breast collar. For particulars, call on or ad dress John S. Haukis, McConnellsburg, Pa.' Frank P. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 April 1904

THS PAPLINC When I j 1iit a sprig "f M.iy, With wonder to command. Afi'ne nil else I loved most well W lint none could 11 n-1 rt iitkI : And dear ore thinus fur "IT, fur elf, but nothing near at hand. Oh. now it was the unct isle Beyond thr we.ithorvane; And now it the ilnnie I heard From belfry-towers of Spain : Cut never vet thi' liltle leaf that tapped my window-pane. Heinh-lio. the witfnl thing unseen Tint re.11 h. I dnl then, To que ami wear the heart of youth itli ewer why and w hen! And never eve t ikfn heed of them, in all the world uf men. r-J,iei)h.ne i'rtitoii I'cabody. in Harper' Magazine. A A X X I I THE RED LIGHT By H. I. CLEVELAND III v r r r t ,AtOJV till ll.lVa Ulinii ll.o t'uL.n y )i Pacific llulli-oitil wns tight 3 A 8 fo1' traffic mill oxis X f teiire the division li 'tween Kvnnston, Wyo ur. l Og Jen. Utah, tins considered to he ulioiit s dangerous for 11 11 engine run n any tweon Omaha n"d Salt Lake, Trav eler knew the dash out of livntiston then the rush Into c...

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

f r How 1n Keep HonM. With all the luxuries and pleasures of thii life, it big enjoyments and its smaller tomfofU, there is an offset or antithesis which wa have Id contend with In the form of aches and pains. In some way and by some mentis every one has a touch of them in some form at some time. Trilling as some of them may he, the risk is thnt they will grow to something greater and rack the system with constant torture. There is nothing, therefore, of this kind that we have right to trifle with. Taken in time, the worst forms of pains and aches are easily subdued and cured hv the free n.e of f?t. Jacobs Oil. No well regulated household ought to be without a bottle of this great remedy for pain, tt is the siieeifie virtue of penetra tion in St. .Iiu'olis Oil that carries it right to the puin spot and effects a prompt cure even in the mot painful eases of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago. Sciatica. You want it also in the house at all times fur hurts, cuts and wounds, and the house t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 April 1904

Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneyandbliiddrsri?ht. Oon't delay taking- Ti. II. Wililo, Ksi., uiid MdiiOriiiii spout Saturday at Clear Kidgoon David U. Mellott f Pleasant Ridge, was m town on business last Wednesday. Misses Winnifred and Katha rine Metzler of ilarrisonville, were among the shoppers at this place Friday. This is a good time to sub scribe for the V ulton County Nkws. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time affords security from all kid ney and bladder diseases. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hoop and Mrs. D. 1). Deshoug of Ilarrison ville, spent last Wednesday in town on business. Christ Butterbaughof the Cove was called to Mercersburg last week on account of the serious illness of his father. John Lortz, a well known busi ness man who died in Chambers burg a few days ago, left the snug sum of $40,000 as a gift to Wilson College. Foley's Uoney and Tar contains no opiates, and will not consti pate like nearly all other cough medicines. Refuse substitu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 May 1904

vmtn IWM ML McCONNELLSHURG, PA., MAY 4, 1904. NUMBER 33 WILLIAM ffS SUCCESSION. Another Chapter In the History of the Netherlands by Henry Wolf. IN A MOST FLOURISHING CONDITION. Louis at the Head of 120,000 Men Invade the Netherlands and Make the Dutch People Flee. Maurice of Orange's successor as stadtholder, was his brother Henry; at Henry's death his son William II. succeeded him. Wil liam II. died in 1650. William III. on account of minority did not fill the office until 1672. The Nether lands were now in a most flourish ing condition. They now pos sessed Java (where they built the city of Batavia), Ambozna, Cey lon, Malaica, Negapatuam.Cochin and other places. They had plant ed colonies at the cape of Good Hope, and on the Hudson in Atner ica. Now it happened in the year 1031, that the English Consul at tl.e Hague was assassinated by some English royalists, the Dutch government refusing to appre hend and deliver to England the assassins. This angered England aud parliament pass...

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