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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 January 1902

THE PANAMA ROUTE IS RECOMMENDED Supplemental Report of the Csnal Commission. ISELL FOR FORTY MILLION DOLLARS 31m Report li Very Long, Ooloi Into All the Phases el the Question, aod Attempt! to Meet the Objections That Any Legal Com plications Will Arise Out ot the Purchase Tke Report Seat to President Roosevelt- Washington, D. C, (Special). The supplemental report of the Isthmian Canal Commission on the proposition of the Panama Canal Company to dispose W its property to the United States for $40,000,000, has been delivered to Presi dent Roosevelt. The members of the commission refuse to discuss the nature of the report, and like reticence was maintained at the White House, but it was stated on excellent authority that the report unanimously recommends that the offer of the Panama Company be ac cepted. The report, it is stated, is very volumi nous, going into all phases of the ques tion and attempting to meet the objec tions that any legal complications will arise out of the purchas...

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. — 23 January 1902

Ainu nun rabim (J IJUlJUl JllUJ UilllUlJlli potatoes w Food For Cattle, When potatoes are cheap tlipy may be rooked ond fed with advantage to cattle, sheep and swine, not because thp notntocs contain a liirirc nrorwrtlon of nutritious matter, for they do not, being mostly composed of water, but because when red in connection with corn or oats, ground, the potatoes pro mote digestion and Increase the value of the grain, the combination giving better results than either food alone. Winter Help For Amateur Florlnt. See that your plants get fresh air whenever It can be given them safelf. This means that cold air should be so admitted that It Is mixed with the Hlr of the room before It reaches the plants themselves. Give your plnnts the benefit of light and sunshine If you wish them to do well. Water ouly when the surface of the soil looks dry. This rule cannot bo deviated from with safety by the amateur. The experi enced gardener will frequently dis cover conditions which make It safe f...

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. — 23 January 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jan. 23, 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADTKRTIHIXU BATHS. Per square of H line-3 Umm tt W. lVr !thiri rm'h Hiilennpnt Insertion.... fiO All adv.-rtisemcnts inserted for lew that, threw Olenitis eeari.ed by the nquare. 3 mos. t rtmos. 1 yr. r7iR.i).T.ijrpM.o6. . . ivuo. 40.(io. woo. .. Ki.M. 75.00 ( ne-foiirlli eoluinn . One-half column.... ( me c'tiiuu :i N'oili.ntf ins.-ried for less thmi II. Professional Lards one year 45. Reopened. The Wells Valley M. E. churcb was rcopeued ou (Sunday, Janu ary lL'th. The liev. Richard Ilin kle hud charge of the services preaching ou Saturday night or text, Acts, 0:0, "Lord, what will thou have tne to do?" Ou Sunday tnoruiug, Brother ilinkle preach on John 17:11. It was a sermon of power and beauty. After the sermon the trustees asked for G75 the cost of repairing the church, and received $Ci!5, at the close of morning service. I...

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. — 23 January 1902

FULTON COUN T NEWS. SOWING AND REAPING. Contributed to the NEWS by D I). Myers. If we desire to accomplish any thing in this world, we must havo the courage to attempt hard things. "The slothful man saith there is a lion in the way." There are obstacles to be removed and difficulties to be overcome, iu the attainment of every object worthy of pursuit. We may wish all our days to be vise and great, but wishing will not teach us even the simplest truth in philosophy or mathematics. We cannot all become Newtons or Franklins, even if we do make the effort, yet everyone who is disposed to follow in their track of persevering industry, may bo quite sure of obtaining a rich re ward for his toil. The relation of means to ends is not a matter of chance, but is established by fix ed laws. This established con nections of means and ends.is the basis of all our efforts to obtain any good of whatever kind. When the farmer plows his field and puts in the seed, he looks for a crop according to the...

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. — 23 January 1902

A WINTER DAYBREAK. The cock crown in the windy winter morn, Then must I rise and fling the curtain by, All dark! but for a strip of fiery sky Behind the ragged mountains, peaked and torn. One planet flitter in the icy cold, Poised like a hawk above the frozen peak; And now again the wild nor'-wester apeak. And bend the cypress, shuddering, to his fold, While every timber, every casement creaks, hut still the skylarks sing aloud and bold; The wooded hills arise: the white cascade snakes with wild lnughtcr all the oileut shadowy glade. yr RECENT news Item to the effect that several students were expelled from one of the if minor colleges of Ohio for pranks on Hallowe'en night Is of more Hum passing Interest to nil who arc struggling with (he (treat problem of fdm-atlon. One naturally Infers thai these students had not dona anything hopelessly lind or criminal. The coun try Is not agitated over the details of their pranks. They possibly broke the Mllege rules nnd were In disgrace with ...

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. — 23 January 1902

Too Mtiflll lor Tin. "I sec that thirteen lyncher! have been arrested in California." "I suppose you want me to say it's an unlucky number." "No. I was going to say that twelve weak jurymen can do up thirteen husky lynchers at any time." HairSplits "l bave used Ayer'a HairVipor for thirty years. It is elegant for hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends." J. A. Gruenenfclder, Grantfork, 111. Hair-splitting splits friendships. If the hair splitting is done on your own head, it loses friends for you, for every hair of your head is a friend. Ayer's Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splitting. If the splitting has begun, it will stop it. tl.M a bolllc. All anwlitf. If your drutrjrl.t rnnnnt unppljr yon, snd ut one dollar and we will expraaa you a bottln. Be oure and jrlva the nam of your nearmt furpmaa clflce. Addreee. J. C. A YER CO., Lowell, Halt, Mm ''r Small crops, unsalable veg etables, result from want of Potash. "Vegetables arc especially fond of Pot...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 January 1902

Ke.v.) Hostetter's nd this week. 1 Irick for sale at Mortou's yard. Dancing seems to bo tlie fad iu Bedford this winter. Everybody invited to attend the woodcutting at Johnson Truax's Friday, L'lth inst. A boon to men, women and chil dren a Portable Shower Hath. For salt1 l,v D. M alloy. Fatal kidney aud bladder troub les can always be preveutod by the use of Foley's Kidney Cure. All dealers. Amos Seville slaughtered a jxirker out at his homo tho other day that tilted the beam to the tune of 47s jxiuuds. 27 tairs from "Honest John" plug and !!c will secure a hand some 7."c knife free. The MUsos Dicksou eutortaiu ed a very pleasant company at their homo on Water street last Thursday evening. m tags from "Honest John" Plug and 10c will secure you a watch guaranteed to keep accu rate time. Miss Maggie Hays of this place became very sick last Sunday, aud is still iu a critical condition. Her sister Mrs. Ilauks, of Cham bersburg, came over Tuesday. 110 tags from 'ilouest John" Plug and 1...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

mto M h m K K VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., January 30, 1902. NUMBER 20. Institute at Needmore. The local institute announced for Belfast was hold iu Uio P. O. S. of A. Hall at Needmore, bvi li ning Friday evening, January 24. Director J. P. Garland was elected president, and S. 11. Mar tin, vice president. All the teachers of Belfast were present, including quite a num ber from other townships. The following questions wore discussed : 1. "Recitation : Howcouducted objects length and number of." 2. "Library : Valuo of influ ence and result." 3. "Little things in school and their importance." A tilery box had beeu prepared and was well supplied with ques tions pertaining to everyday school work, which were ably an swered by the teachers present. Supt. Chesnut was present and gave an instructive talk, in which lie made a strong plea for teach ers to stand by their work. The session Saturday morning was opened with devotional exer cises by Elder O. L. Funk, fol lowed by an address of ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

WS TERRIBLE COST TO BRITAIN ttfyalltaf Flgares of tbe Cooteit Id South Africa. OFFICERS, 18,000 MEN DEAD. Sadadlag Thai Taken Prisoners and tht TkoHtaadt Invalided Hon. the Losses la Head and Incapacitated Foot I'p Nearly HMO Officers and Men Cost at tha War WIU Exceed $l,2M,00O,0OO. London (By Cable). When it be came known last week that peace over tares had been made by agents of the Afrikanders and rejected by his Maj esty's government, Britons again began to count the cost of the war. To help hem they had this statement on British Casualties, issued by the War Office and covering the entire period of the war up to the end of December, tool : Officers. Men. Killed in action 469 4,762 Pied of wounds 161 1,6.15 X)ied in captivity 5 97 Died of disease 276 10.007 Accidental deaths 20 542 Total deaths in S. Africa. 931 18,033 Missing and prisoners, ex cluding those who have been recovered or have died in captivity 7 435 Sent home as invalids 2,664 6i,Mj6 Total 3,602 8o,t34 As to the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

MADELINE (Visions, visions of the night. Wherefore are ye given? tempting is your fleeting light As a glimpse of heaven ; Temptmg, our bat too brief smile. Angel of my vision; " " liinaer, linger, then awhile. Make my heart elyaian. Spirits, in your silent flight, i Prieethood of the starry night gey what are ye preaching? : Why this music? Who are these Looming now before me. Born upon the wandering breeze, Whispering softly o'er me? SUNDAY morning, while Mrs. Wllklus wag at church with Tommy, Mr. Wilklns, la defi ance of the social ethics of Lake Hill, put on bis overalls, and, rake In bond, attacked the carpet of dead leaves that covered his lawn. He knew that bis wife would make a icene If she caught him, nnd he knew that bis Sabbath-breaking would fur nish another argument against subur ban life, and he anticipated considera ble guying from bis male neighbors, and yet, In spite of all these misgiv ings, be raked the leaves Into rustling piles and watched with dogged satis facti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

PULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, Jan. 30. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. A!VKIrrslN(l HATKK. I'T ii'Virp n! " lines 3 time II SO. I'er square each sultseiiuent Insertion.... FiO. Ail udvei uviirutH Inserted tor lesfi tlmti 1 n-cc months ceaned by the square. ;l inos. ti H1..H. 7'M." t.ii iV . J.YlH. 4(1.(10. .. -''1(KI. I to(K1. 1 yr. twoo. no.im. 7.MX1. ' inc-fn-iri Onc-ha:r i i eoliiinu . hllMl .V"' him: in-er! cl for Irs than ft. rm'i-ssion.d t uris on.? yi iir . "To Know All Is to Forgive All." If I knew vim and you knew mo -If both of us could clearly see, And with tin inner sight divine The meaning of your heart iind mine, I'm sure that, we would differ less And clasp our hands in friendliness: Our thoughts would pleasantly agree If I knew yon, and you knew me. If I knew you and you knew me, As ench one knows his own self, we Con'd look each other in the face And see therein a truer grace. Life ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

FULTON COUN l Y NEWS. What God Gives a Eoy. A body to live in and keep clean and healthy, and as a dwelling for his mind and a templo for his soul. A pair of hands to uso for him self and others, hut never njjninst others for himself. A pair of feet to do errands of love, kindness, charity, and busi nous but not to loiter in places of mischief, temptation or sin. A pair of lips to keep pure fnm foul language and unpolluted by tobacco or whisk', audtospenk true, kind words. A pair of ears to hear music of bird, tree, rill, and human voice, but not to give heed to what the tempter says. A pair of eyes to see the beau tiful, the good, aud the true, God's finger prints in the flower, field, and snow. A mind to remember, reason, decide, aud store up wisdom and impart it to others. A soul pure and spotless as h new-fallen snowflako, to receive impressions of good, and to devel op faculties of power aud virtues which shape it day by day, as th artist's chisel sluices the stone, into the im...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

L ' Working Well-Drained Landl. Well-drained lands cnn be worked earlier In spring, and the loll will be warmer than when no drainage has been done. This Is an Important point, spring work Is always pressing, and the earlier the plowing can be done the better. Fowls Require a.xerelse. Fowls that are expected to lay In winter require exercise. Feeding should not be too often. When millet seed la scattered In litter, or over a wide surface, the bens will be kept busy seeking ttiem. In the spring the bens will begin lnylng as soon as the weather becomes mild. This shows that warmth controls egg production to a certain extent It Is In the Bprlng that the hens can seek a variety of food, as worms, seeds and grass can then be ob tained. The breed of fowls Is not so Important as management In winter, for the tendency of birds is not to lay during the cold weather, but In spring nd summer. ; Milk For Chickens. On most of our farms there Is always more or less milk that must be fed to the pi...

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. — 30 January 1902

Mli' Tallin t! Jatnr. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw tells this story of persongl experience while trying a case in an Iowa court. A boy about fourteen yean old had been put on the stand and the opposing counsel was examining him. After the usual pre liminary questions as to the witness' age, residence and the like, he then pro ceeded : "Have you any occupation?" "No." "Don't you do any work of any kind?" "No." "Just loaf around home?" "That's about all." "What does your father do?" "Nothin" much." "Doesn't he do anything to support the family?" "He does odd jobs once in a while when he can get them." "As a matter of fact, isn't your father a pretty worthless fellow, a dead beat and a loafer?" "I don't know, sir; you'd better ask him. He's sitting over there on the jury." Friction Canard Fir. "I hope there will be no friction," said Representative Wadsworth to Repre sentative Sherman the other day. "Friction?" said Sherman. "Did you ever hear of the farmer up in the Mo hawk valley w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 January 1902

R:".l Hostttor's lid this week. Uriel; for salon t Mortou's yard. A boon to men, women and chil dren a I'ortahle Shower' Hath. : For sale by D. Malloy. ' "5 tags from "llouost John" plug aud J'c will secure a hand .scmic 7."e knife free. If you do not wish other people to forget that you are a goutle tnan, don't fail to remember it yourself. k. tngs from "Honest John" 1 M ti i? ami 10c will securo you a watch guaranteed to keep accu rate .time. To tell good eggs put them in water; if the butt end turns up they are not fresh. This is said to be a certain test. "Honest John" Plug Tobacco Tags ;n e more valuable than any other tobacco tags. The Tobac co is the best. Holy commuiou at Big Cove Tannery church next Sabbath at lo.oOA. M. Preparatory service at 2.:;o P. M. on Saturday. Fatal kidney and bladder troub les can always bo prevented by the use of Foley's Kidney Cure. All dealers. Foil Sai,k Quo 12-horse power ortablo AVatertown Steam Fai gine good as new. Terms easy. J. II. IlAKKl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 February 1902

Jtilton VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., February 6, 1902. NUMBER 21. Hicks For February. la passiug from January intoi February a reactionary storm pe riod will be in progress, and Sun day and Monday, February 2 and 8, will be storm days, with risiug temperature and southerly winds followed by rain and snow. A Vulcan storm period will bo cen tral on the 7th, coveriug a period from the 5th to the 10th. These storms will be at their highest from about the 7th to the 10th. At this time thore will be a tend ency to high temperatures and possibly thunder and lightning. This will be foilowed by bliz zards and drifting blockades through much of the West and North. From the 13th to tho 25th another reactionary storm period will occur, marked by warmer weather and a general tendency to rain and snow, and the weath er will remain unsettled until about the 18th. The latter half of February is under the influence of the Vernal Equiuox and storms on and about the 18th aud 20th, will show tra ces ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 February 1902

i , ' : ' !(',. r. tit v.- HUNDRED MEN PERISH IN MINE Majority of Victims o( Hondo Explo sion Were Mexicans. BUT FEW AMERICANS WERE KILLED Every Mule in the Mine Was killed. Three '- Dead Ones Being Taken From the Debris The Work ot Clearing Away the Wreck la Order to Oct to the Bodied is Being Rushed as Rapidly as Possible. San Anlonia. Tex., (Special). The latest information from the Hondo (Mex.) mine explosion shows it to have been fully as serious as at first reported. There was a fatal of tod miners at work in the mine w hen the explosion occurred, nnd all of them are ile.nl. The ma jority of the victims are Mexicans ami Chinamen, very few Americans having been at work in the mine. livery nnile in the mine was killed. The work of clearing away the wreck in order to Ret to the hodies is being inched as rapidly as pos"lle, hut there is no hope that any of the io'i men will he rescued alive. The explosion occurred in mine No. o nnd was occasioned hy striking a gas pocket. The mine...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 February 1902

ANCUS THE LOVER. BT RTBK4 OABBKIIT. I follow the silver spears flung from the ' hands ot dawn; Through silence, through iinging of stars " I iournev on and on: The ccutU'rcd (iron of the sun, blown wide ere the day bo done, Scorch hie hurrying after tho swift white 1 feet of niy lawn. I am Angus the Lover, I who haste in the track of tho wind, The tameless tempest before, the dusk of quiet behind; From the henrt of a blue gulf hurled, I 41 -. . 1 . i.i nne uii me vrilt?H ui iuu nutivi. Seeking the lore that allures, woful until 1 bnd. The blossom of beauty is she, glad, bright id shaft of tlnme, 'A burning arrow of life winging me joy and shame; The hollow deeps of the sky are dumb to i my searching cry, fending the peace of the gods with the melody ot ner name. M quest is by lonely ways in the cairns of the mighty dead, On the high lorn peaks of snow panting to near ner ireaa, (A I the edge of the rainbow well whose whispering waters tell Of a face bent over the rim, rose-pale, and...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 February 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Feb. 6. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKKTLIINU HATKS. IVr sipinre nt' H lines .1 times $1 f0. JVr sieiaic cu'h sul..c-.jiient Insertion M. All adveri tvemeuts inserted for less than three monihK cearired by the square. J mos. (linos. ( I yr. 77.i.viuTk'iMirj f:i"."C. I 'iie-f.iiirtt- column.. One-hair column Kmc t'olini.j num. fc.oo. .oo. T.MW. Voth'ritf Inserted for less than 1. Froiessiunal Lards one year iln. Could Pose There. There are many funny inci dents in the life of a photograph er. A mau came in the other day and looked over all the sam ples, asking the price of each. "Do you -want a sitting?" I asked. "I don't see nothiu' like what I waut." he replied. I told him if he would indicate what he wanted, that I might ar range it. "I don't kuow as you can," he said, "for I don't see uothin' at all like I want." I repeated what I had already said. lie asked m...

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. — 6 February 1902

FULTON COUN T NEWS. NEW STORY OF GRANT. Ordered One of His Colonels to Hang His Only Son, New York Journal. Colonel George Iuman, a civil engineer, who was an engiueer in the Union army with Grant in front of Petersburg in 18G4-186"), as Colonel of Engineers, now en gaged on some public work uear Richmond, told this story of U. S.Grant to a group of Confed erate veteraus, ex-ofllcers, there recently. Iu the winter of 1804 a Captain Hamilton of the Confederate army was captured' within the Federal lines, and there were found on his person papers which clearly indicated that he .had penetrated the lines for the purpose of gaining information for General Lee. lio was Court martialed and was at once con demned to be h mged at sunrise the next day. Colouel Hamilton, who was in command of a cavalry regiment under General Graut, was charged with the duty of furnishing the detail which was to execute the sentence of the court. The night of the day on which the court pronounced the sent ence...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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