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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 May 1904

t JAPANESE VICTORIOUS CHIU TIEN CHENG, KEY OF THE Y'ALl' rOSITlON, CAPTHED BY JAPANESE AFTEK HARD FOUGHT BATTLE CZAK'S TKOOPS IN RETREAT EIGHT HtNDRED THEIR LOSS IN KILLED AND POINDED. Tokio, (By Cable). After five days of fighting, largely w it li artillery, the first Japanese army, under General Kuroki, lias forced a crossing of the Yalu River, and with a gallant infan try charge, covering a frontage of four miles, it drove the Russians from Chiuticncheng and the heights on the right bank of the lho or Aida River, which enters the Yalu from the north, r.lmost opposite Wiju. The Japanese turned the left flank of the Russian position, and in the battle they swept away the new front interposed by the Russians to check their onward move ment. The Russians were also forced to abandon Antung. They burned the town and retreated to Feng Huan cheng. The Japanese now control the es tuary of the Yalu. In the decisive battle the losses were: Japanese, "oo killed and wounded. Russians, Noo. Th...

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. — 4 May 1904

"TRIALS AND TRIUMPH" I Brilliant Sunday Discourse By Rev. Robert Mackenzie. the Oalilde and lasldc Source of Strength The Weakness ol This Present Day. Bkooki.YN. N. Y. Dr. Holiprt Mac kenzie, pastor of the Jt lit gen Presbyterian fchurch, Manhattan, preached Monday on The Trials and Triumph of Life." His text was found in Acts xx:22-24: "And pow, behold 1 go bound in the spirit into Jerusalem, not knowing the things that hall befall me there. Nive that the Holy Ubost witnesseth in every city, saying Sliat bonds and afflictions abide me. Hut tone of these tilings move me, neither count my life dear unto myself, ao that I might finish my course with Joy, and the giinistry which 1 have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the trace of Hod." Dr. Mackenzie said: Paul ieels himself set to a detinite pur pose in life, something appointed of God and worthy of himself. He ia determined to finish hia course successfully. Kach of na ia called of Hod to live aome definite Curpo...

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

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Publislie dEvery Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AtcCONNELLSBURG, PA. MAY 4, 1904, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKim.M.NO KATBt PeriUure of linen 3 time II 60. Per njuure t-Uji'l) "uliscnuent Insertion.... 60. All advertisement inserted tor Ions than hree months chanted by the quure. 3 :nos. . .fl.MHI. rtmoH. I yr. One-fourth column.... One-half column One Column tMi.uo. I 130.00 run) 4H.I10. so. no 40.110. I 56.00. I 7;V00 Not hinu Insert tMl for !ms than II lrnfsslonu! t'ards one ve:ir I 6 a'1-i.ls tanni:ry. Lewis 1'ipor of Kverott is visit ing las sister, Mrs. Harvey Wish art. Charles U. Stevens of McCon nollsburg was a pleasant caller in our town last, Saturday. llruee Spanglor attended a meeting of the Masons held in Everett Friday eveuiu. Mrs. Thomas Worthing and three children of Sax ton visited a few of her old neighbors hero tho lirst of this week. Robert Swope, while cutting wood one day recently, made an ugl.t cut in one...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 May 1904

INTERESTING l AitAGRAPilS 01 Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. You never heard of any one us ing Foley's Honey and Tar and not beintf satisfied. George A. Flemming of Ship pensburg, was registered at the Washington House Monday. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children. Mrs. Geo. 0. Fraker and Miss Anna M. Buckley of Fort Little ton were among the town shop pers Mondav. Foley's Honey and Tar is pe culiarly adapted for asthma, bron chitis and hoarseness. Mrs. II. S. Daniels and daugh tars Nellie and Mary of Harrison vine, spent Tuesday with friends in town. Mrs. James H. Mellott and daughter Mrs. Pearl Akers of Saluvia, were visitors in town Tuesday. S. D. Stevens and E. E. Snyder of Chambersburg, are spending this week in McConnellsburg and vicinity in the interest of the Siuger Mfg., Co. There will be preaching at the Salvation Army church near Big Cove Tannery next Saturda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 May 1904

THE GARDEN, By THEODORE ROBFRTS. Was ever worn srj.tslm a port, co tweet n aiii'liemgc rs here? For fifty years the same bent shrubs ilavt flagged the sailings of the year. ir. With ensigns of a peaceful race, And signals nut in any code: Amid the currant-hushes hangs A brotvn bee grumbling with her aJ, . nr. .Was ever won so calm a port? And yet and yet. tho' no sea ru JSor anchors drag, was ever heart So aore affrighted under aun? The sai.or priced the Burden 'round; Hie brown hands plucked the dancing spray. "I do not know the tide," lie said, "And wind's will is a woman'a way. "What charts are there to help me now? W here break the reefs I .1,, not know? IV4? course by sun and stars oii tested marks a year ag . The Pale Blue J TZ D- By S a r a.h " tOflL HE Itererend John I-a'w--t V ronce iut at his study O I a table, leaning uu his el , Z X bow, his usually busy pen ,StOr lield Idly between bis tin- g-?:s. He gassed fur over the plains,, a trancelike expression in Ills thought--...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 May 1904

The letters of Miss ture is printed above, and Miss Claussen, iprove beyond question that thousands of cases of inflammation of the ovaries and womb are annually cured by the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "DuuTMns. Pixkham: Gradual loss of strength arrri uprre force told me something was radically wronjc with me. I liad scvpre shooting pains throught the pelvic organs, cramps and extreme irritation com pelled me to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I had ovarian trouble and ulceration, and advi?ed an operation. I strongly objected to this and decided to try Lydia K. Plnkhain'a Vegetable Compound. I soon found that my judgment was correct, and that all the good things said about this medicine Tvcre true, and day by day I felt less pain and increased appetite. The ulceration soon healtd, and the other complications disappeared and in eleven weeks I was once more strong and vigorous and perfectly well. u ily heartiest thanks arc sent to you for the great good you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 May 1904

A heavy hailstorm passed over sections of this cnuuty Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Strait and son Har ry of Saltivia, worn town visitors Fncliiy. Tim Kackot Store people have a uew ad this week which it will I:iy you to mid. Miss May Mclldowney of Gem, spout a few hours in town last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown of Clear Kidyo spout Monday at tho County Scat. Ferdinand aud Milton Decker of Saluvia, were in town on busi ness Friday. fJonr-jre S. Mellott and Miss lola Mellott or I'leasant Kidtfe, spent Friday in town. Mr. John I). Cutehall and daughter Jessie called at the News othco whlio in town Mon day. The Borough schools all closed yesterday with tho exception of Miss Loguo's, which goes out to morrow. Mrs. Andrew Hoover and son, IVor. X. j;. m. Hoover of West Dublin, spent Saturday in tins place. This is a good time to sub scribe for the V ulton County Nkws. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Mellott and little daughter Blanche of Saluvia, were town visit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

w 0m C0ttifi $fem Mil r VOLUME 5. McCONNliLLSBURG, PA., MAY 11, 190. NUMBER 3 DOGS GET IN THEIR WORK. And the Dog Tax Fund Suffers to the Tune of $139. NEARLY WHOLE FLOCK DESTROYED. Twenty-nine Fine Sheep Killed for Daniel B. McQuade on (lie Ross Farm Last Wednesday Night. D. B. McQuade lives two or three miles south of this place but had a Hock of 33 sheep on the Ross farm, two miles west of town on the Meadowground road. At an early hour last Thursday morning Mr. J. J. Conrad and son Clarence were awakened by the furious barking of dogs in the direction of the fields in which Mr. McQuade had his sheep; and they at once arose, Clarence got his gun, and the two went to see what was the matter. By the time they reached the flock nearly all of the number had been killed, their carcasses strewn over almost the entire farm. Seeing two dogs worrying a sheep away down the hollow, Clarence brought his trusty gun to bear on one of the dogs, pulled the trigger and there was one dog less for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

EVACUATE MUCHWANG Continued Retreat cf the Russian Forces. ALL OF THE FORTS ARE DISMANTLED. Russians Evacuating Western Side ol the Llao long Peninsula B low I'p the Magazine at Feng Wang Chang Before the Arrival ol the Japs Sharp righting Precede Japanese Occupation ol That Place. Niuchwang, (By Cable). There is every indication that the Russians have decided to evacuate Niuchv. img. Forts hav2 ben dismantled and all artillery have been place. 1 on board trains. All the local transportation has been commandcrcd by the Russian authorities. There is current lure a native rumor that Japanese tr.iops are in " k1i-iu Hay, on the nest side of the llaotung I'eninsuh. and about (10 nnlrs north cf Tort Arthur, but this report lacks confirmation. The fear is held here that if the Russians leave and the Japanese do not at once take possession of Niuch wang the brigands, who arc now across the river near Yinkow, will ill:iKC the place. The foreign resi dents arc prepared to resist the bri gand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

JONAH'S SEA EXPERIENCES Bright Sunday Sermon Bj Ber. Dr. John R. Mackej. Hew Haass Blfort sad Hatnia Influence Wltlicf Quickly Under Sarcsm. OtfNs Kam.8. N. Y. The Rev. Dr. John K. MacKav. naator of the First Pres byterian Church, here, preached Sunday morning on "The Significance of Jonah's Sea Kxpericnce." The text trat from Jonah i.12. Dr. Mat-Kay said: One of the surest way to ruin any cause is to be able successfully to heap ridicule upon it. Mike it ridiculous and you have ruinea it. An soon h it becomes the butt of common talk and the standing joke for the funny column of the newspaper its power is gone, its influence sealed. And so soon at an individual becomes thr centre f a community's joke and sneere his in fluence ia gone. Human etfort and influ ence wither more quickly under sarcasm and ridicule than in any other way. In this way many n Rood cause and ninny a good person has Buffered at the hands of jiersons who have never seriously tried tc understand the cause or the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Eve ry Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBUKG. PA. . MA Y 11, 1904. Published Weekly. St.CO per Annum in Advance. 4IIVK.ITI-ING H4TIM. IVrsrumrr of lines .1 times M. Per .iiure r.-n'h Mhsciucnt Insertion SO. MI mlvertUements Inserted (or lew than tiree imuHri charged by the square. runs 3mos. t yr. ...is.nn. I tjonn. i ivi.no . . . -!h.m. 10 00. M).00 . .. in no. w oo. I 75.O0 One-four: h oolunin. . . One-hulf column One Column Nolhinf lr.ertert for less than II Professional funis one vi'r f THE MISSION OF SORROW. (Continued from lirst paire.) He noes more nifily nil liis ve:irs. A softer eudenee Ill's his mhils; A truer fnisp is in his hind. 1'or. out of se.Tninir hitter wtoiil's. H mes ul hist t iindei'stanil The lieurt heats of his fellow men. The eiirifiiit' of these hopes nnd fears. When urief limit's him her message, then He k'oes more softly nil his years." (Continued next week.) Clear lKlic. Our fanners nro Imisv I:i 11 1 i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

INTERESTING PArfAGRAPiiS j Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS Nelson Daniels of Sipes Mill, was an early morning visitor to town. Mr. II. K. Stevens and wife of Laidig, spout Saturday in McCon n el Is burg. You never beard of any one us ing Foley's Honey and Tar and not being satisfied. J. W. Deshong of Pleasant Kidge has two fresh cows for sale. This office had a pleasant call Monday from Mr. Dora Yeakle of Thompson. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be giveu to children. Austin Hill, one of Bethel town chip's popular young men, was iu town over Sunday. Dr. A. K. Davis and Dr. .Mc Claiu of Hustontown, were in town on business Thursday. Mrs. Anna R. Hann and son Herte of Saluvia, were guests of Mrs. L. E. Harris Wednesday. Foley's Honey and Tar is pe culiarly adapted for asthma,bron chitis aud hoarseness. Foil Sale. Two yearling colts jet blacks. Apply to Jacob Yeakle, Thompson township....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

LOST Ilr E. And it is (hit and very f lip Thi maz of hlos.um nnl rk-ppI sir. This drift of orchard miiirn, This rndmnt promne of the rose Wherein your younjr eves ivr ' Such hud of scented joy to lie. A gay green garden, softly fanned l)y the Wythe breeze tli.it blows To speed your ship ol dreams to t lie cn chanted land. The End of a Dream. By Ma u d JtOM. K TRKNTIIAXI sat alone 'j( y ot his dinner, although O I I O another guest It 1 1 been ex JJ '-' )R pit-ted. He had no appe- "WOW tite, so the dishes were Cent iiwd.v almost untnsted. Looking tip presently from n reverie int'i which lie had fallen, lie met the servant's serious gaze, ond, with a half smile, rose, throwing his napkin on Hie lalilo. "It's no use, Farrant; I'm too tired to eat," he mild. Plunging both hands deeply Into his pockets, the doctor fell once more Into Ills reverie, as ho walked away slowly to the lihrary. Lift to his own reflections. Dr. Trenthnni drew from Ills pocket it in ter which hp read ly the light...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

BE WARNED I ITecd nnttiro's warning! ruin tell of lurking OIborhc. Hncltnclio In kidney pain a wurnlng of kidney ill". Urin ary troubles, too, come to tell yon tlie kidneys nre sick. Conxtnnt wcni'lncss, benriaclie, dizzy tp3in, Aayn of pnln, nlglits of un rest, nre danger lg mild witmiug you to cure tlie kidneys. Vrc Doiin's Kidney rills, which Imvc mndc tlinuHinula of permnnent cures. rrnnk D. Over-bnni-li, cnttle-buycr nnd former, Cntskill. N. Y., kii.vr: "Doctors told me ten Jems ngo tlmt I lind Brlt'lit's disease, nnd euWl they could do nothing to save me. My linck nclicd so I could not stuntl It to even drive about, and pussnges of the kid ney secretions were so frequent ns to nnnoy me grently. 1 wn growing worse nil the time, but Iiimn't Kidney Tills cured me, nnd 1 have been well ever since." A FKKE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr. Overlniugli will be mailed on npplicatioii to any port of the United States. Address Koster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sn...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 May 1904

This is a good time to sub. scnbo for tho 1 ultox County Nkws. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Tlie people who take oil' their lii-nvy underwear too soon don't nl wai s live to regret it. Better wait till the locust blossoms come out. Mrs. Ellon Pittman sealed up quinces iu j.irs 17 years ago and opened the last jar April 7, 1904. They were as light and in perfect flavor ns though they were last year's frvit. Tho Star. Horsrcic kepku W a x t i; n. Sam uel Pay lor of Ayr township wants a go.d housekeeper. Middle aged woman preferred. Cood home. For further information address him at McConnellsburg or call at his residence. "I've come to kill a printer," .said the little man. "Any print er in particular?" aked tho foreman. "Oh, any one will do, I would prefer a small one ; but I've got to make some sort of a show at fight or leave home, since the paper called my wife's tea party 'a swill alTair.' " Uncle Sam has given the pa trons of G'eiu postoMce in Del fast township, tho advantag...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

A C0Elt VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., MAY 18, 190. NUMliEK 35 PHILIPPINE SUPERSTITIONS. As I old oy cnaries nenry Wissner, a Returned Soldier. superstitions exercise more power among the Bisayan s than religion. Like the peasants of Brittany they are faithful in church attendance and in the performance of ali church duties, but they have more fear of the evil spirits which they believe wander abroad at night than of all the threatened penalties of the church. The priests have preached against their supersti tious practices and even imposed penance upon those who indulg ed iu them, but the average Bis ayau still dreads the evil spirits more than he dreads the priests. There is one superstition that has not only terrorized them for generations but in one case has rendered a whole district unin habitable. This superstition is the belie in the existence of evil spirits called "aswang." These spirits are supposed to be the souls of evil people which have the power of leaving their bodie...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

NO LONGER PRESIDENT Miss Clara Barton Resigns as Execu tive of Red Cross Society. WILL NOW riSiT WORK FORWARD. The Venerable Mead of (he Great Organization Rcslgm Peremptorily, and In a Long Letter Review a (he History of the Society WhUh She Organized and of Which She Was First President. Washington, I. C. (Special). Miss Clara Barton lias resigned tlic presi dency of the American Red Cross and was succeeded by Mrs. Gen. John A. Logan, who has heretofore oc cupied the office of vice-president of the association. The ceremony occurred at Mrs. Lo gan's residence, and was participated in by Miss Barton, Mrs. Logan and members of the executive committee of the Re 1 Cros. Miss Barton's let ter of resignation was a partial review of the work of the organization, and concluded : "It is pride as well a a pleasure to hand to you an organization per fectly formed, tlioroiiKhly officered, with no debts and a sum of from $12,- 000 to $l.,ooo available to our treas ury as a working fund. ''I wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

"NEED OFA REVIVAL" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr Phillip R. INoxam. W Require I Fresh Conviction ol th: Reality of Salvitfoo. C BnooKT.YK, N. Y. In Plymouth Church the ltev. Philip 8. Moxom, of Springiield, Mii., preached Sunday morning. Dr. Moxom' subject was "The Need of n Ke vival." He took his text from H.ibakkuk iii:2: "O Jehovah, revive Thy work in the midst of the years; in the midat of the years mnke it known; in wrnth remember niercy." )r. Mo.xoni Rid: In times past, when the church was in a low state of religious vitality, the more spiritual of the member, distressed bv the absence of vigorous life and burdened bv the condition of the multitude who were looked upon as lout, sought a revival of religion. They sought by prayer, earnest end long continued, to deepen their own experience of divine grace; they sought bv communion with other of like mind anil by mutual exhortation to increase tlirir real in the service of God; they sought by mean of pungent and powerful p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. P:l!i , h,..i Tl.),. """"'u bill lllUIMI.ll. B. W. FECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCO.NNELLSiiURG. PA. MAY 18, 1904, Published Weekly. SI. 00 per Annum in Advance. ADVUiTISINO kaifs. I't-r squ:iri' of l!ni" 3 time i so, I'cr s.ij:iir i-ieh suhscjui'Mt fn.'!rti(in.... an. All ItdVITtlM-IIK-ritH iTl-.irl.Ml for Ions tliim t iree mom!, i-lrir:ri:d by iho suurn, 'Tl'tS. I . . fl.VHI. I . . -I fo. .. Ili.OO. Irnw, 1 yr. f-Jn.OO. I Jllrt dO 4d.'. M.nn Ki 00. I 7S.00 Om.fo'irt !i I'.tl'iTnn .. fVuMril f i-nlutnn 'ne Column XoUiiiiir Inserted for less tlmn i l,i-or.-.Hlin:il 1'iril: ore v"ir 9 h THF. MISSION 01- SORROW. Written for the News by Prof. George W. Ashton iCuntiniicd from lost week.) I hen. too, sorrow seenw not only to soften but to strengthen also. We lu-vrr know how much we can endure until wo have been put to tho tost.- Tliat which seems to exhaust for the present is apt to hp followed by s reeroa tion, a reviving of strength in greater proportion. The pron...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS You never heard of any one us ing Foley's Houey and Tar and not bfjinfr satisfied. Wlion you come to the Sunday School Convention call at Maye Johnslou's and seo her I'm'? of millinery. One door west of Stoner's. Mrs. Mary A. Kolley and Miss Daisy Wjnk of this place, spent Sunday visiting friends and rela tives in the lower end of the coun ty. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children. The M. E. Sunday school at Creeu Uill was reorganized last Sunday, the officers elected were, superintendent, II. Elmer Desh ong; assistant superintendent, James Sharpe; secretary, Miss Dora Deshong; treasurer, Miss Ada Decker. Foley's Honey, and Tar is pe culiarly adapted for asthina,bron chitis aud hoarseness. A Revelation. If you make Inquiry it will be a revelation to you how many suc cumb to kidney or bladder trou bles in one form ...

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