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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 February 1902

FARM AND GARDEN, t'lnk Out th DUtsitJ Potntoeii, Look over the seed potatoes and re move every one that shows the slight est symptoms ot disease. A siuglo dis eased tuber may rau.se disease to spread among the whole. Fattening Value of Corn. The fattening vulue of com depends upon Its proportion of free oil or fat, and Its largo sluire of starch, sugar, etc. Some portions are Indigestible, but corn give better results for fat tening than any other grain. Aim to ltuproT, The poor farmer cannot hold Ills ground against one who alms to Im prove. This Is on ern of "the survival of the Attest," even In farming, and the farmer who believes lu the use of fertilizers, -will have the largest yield ot erops nnd greater profits, hs well ns be utile to hold out against competition on the part of other farmers. Front In Sheep. Farmers who keep the mutton breeds of sheet, do not complain that sheep do not puy. It is the fanner who makes a specialty of wool, and who sends to market sheep no larger...

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. — 6 February 1902

How a Crowd Laugh. I "The features of the human face,'' said ((lark Twain the other day, "can readily he compelled into a kaleidoscope of con i tortious, running the gamut from the cx- pression of intense delight to the ex pression of excruciating agony. You will never wholly realize this, however, until you have the opportunity of watching a humorist in the throe ijf turning out a "side-splitter.'' Tnlm Out of Srhonl. , Suitor Your sister and I were just talking business out litre on the veranda. Her Little Hmtlicr Oh, no, you wcrn't. When a fellow Urius to talk business sister always lakes him into the conservatory. Smut Pet. Dyeing is ah simpl" n.--. ivie liiu.q wli'M ynw use Putnam Fadeless 1jyi:m. tiolj jy all druggists. The fellows who siiy llitil il ro.l.i no moro for two to live Unci for one evidently never had twins. Snail to OnrflcM Ton Co., Jlronklrn. N. Y., for snmplcs Harllcld 'n mid flcarial0 Powil ira two invtiliiuMi lvmoiiii'M, California has over ljT.'Hli) gripes. n...

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. — 6 February 1902

t l. r : . Kuid Hosteller's nd this week. Uric!; Cor sale at Morton's yard. There i a movement on foot to establish auotlier bank in Mer cersburg. A boon to men, women and children- a IVrtable Shower Uath. 'r s:il;j by D. Malloy. L" tags from "Honest John" 1 lug and will secure a hand some ."e kuifu free. Fbst chss f.our and all kinds of feed f ir sale by A. M. llixsou, Linmavido, I 'a. ''." tags from "Honest John" ring and toe will secure you a v. atcli guaranteed to keep aecu ) ale tin e. Al' Si'mer a well known l' '.rni'-r and stock dealer died at Lis home in 1'atli Valley Tuesday night. "lloiust John" Plug Tobacco 'i'.r- avi.. inure valuable thau any other tobacco tags. Tlie Tobac co is the be.---t. V'iu Sai.i: Afresh cow with calf at her side, aud six head of well bred ' sheep. D. 11. Fore, Knobsville, l'a. lb tugs from "Honest John" i'i'tgaud b'c will secure you a Gem Safe t jr Kazor, guaranteed to shave the heaviest beard. Where it is possible we should be glad to have our co...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., February 13, 1902. NUMBER 22, Sledding Tarty. Through the generosity of our big hearted friend James Henry, a uumber of McConnellsburg people had a very enjoyable sled ride last Friday evening. Leav ing town at 4 o'clock, the party was landed at the popular hotel of Harry liamil at Fort Littleton in good tiuio for supper. The bill of fare, which included everything good from roast tur key to ice cream, was just what might be expected at that popu lar hostlery, aud Mr. and Mrs. Hamil showed themselves to be a most accommodating aud capable host and hostess. After spending the evening in a quiet way, entirely becoming to "old folks," the party left and reached home by midnight. The company was made up of Mr. aud Mrs. M. R. Shaffner, Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Dalbey, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Johnstou, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stevens, Mrs. S. B. Woollet, Mr. James Henry, Mr. H. L. Sipes, Miss Anna Dickson, Miss Maggie Rexroth, and the editor of th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

billions lost in a big fire One of the Greatest Conflagrations In History of Country. 26 BLOCKS IN PATERSON, N. J. Heart at the City, Including lis Finest Build iota, Ellen Out by the Terrible Destroyer Northeast Oile Baltics tor Hours Efforts to Check It Scores Injured, But Lots of Life Uacertila 500 Dwellings Destroyed. New York, ( Special). raterson, N J., was scourged Sunday by one of the greatest fires in the history of the coun try. The heart of the proud "Silk City" is mass of ruins. It was eaten out in less than 24 hours by a blaze, which, for fierce destructiveness, has not been par alleled since that which desolated Jack sonville, Fla. Major John HinchlifTc estimates the aggregate loss at not less than $10,000, 000. Scores of persons were burned or otherwise injured, but the loss of life is not believed to be great. Many per aons are supposed to be missing, but in the excitemc-it and fright most of these are probably separated from their fam ilies and friends. L'ntil order...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

FALLEN I nit before my window And watch the ullen rain; The hand of age i on me, And weakneu grows to pain. My sons re men, far from me; Their father he it dead; I own the roof above me, 1 do not lack for bread. 1 A DOG OF RUDDY COVE. 1$ s By Norman Duncan. O T "T E wns a Newfoundland dog, hJl born of reputnblo pnreuts nt XI1CIV J . In Huddy Cove, which Is on the northeast const. He und blnck hnlr, short, straight and why, the ciniy-hnlrod breed bus failed ou the island, and broad, njuple shoulders, which his forbears had transmuted to him from generations of hauling wood. He wng heavy, awkward and ugly, resembling sotuuwhnt u grout draft horse. But be pulled with n will, feuded for himself, and within the knowledge of men bnd never stolen u Bsh; so bo bad n high pluee In the hearts of oil the people of the Cove, and a safe one lu their estimation. 'Skipper! Skipper! . Here, b'y!" ' The ringing cull. In the voice of young Billy Topsail, bis master, n flshermuu's son, never failed to...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck. Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Fhursday, Feb. 13. 1902. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVKUTtslHU RATBS. IVr squnrr of f liimi 3 tlmi tl W. I vr (uur' .vu'li snl".ein'nl Inn'rllon . . . . W. Ah uilviTtiM-.m-nti Inserted fur less thati three monlli.H crurt'd by the square. .1 mo. tinm. ! I yr. I Iho-fniu-t li ' One .:.lf i-.i, Ot..- i ...:.!. ..mniii. 'rim .. 5.MI0. Ml.( 75.00. Noth Mt: tiivrrtert for Iph thiin $1. t'ro'i-.f.-jmul Otrds one yeur Qn. Flower and Tree. Tobacco water will destroy busrs and worms on rosebuds. Ouly woll rotted manure should be allowed to come in contact with the i oots of trees. Dou't try to transplant a cycla men after the bulb has begun to throw up .-reen leaves. If you do you will lose your bulb. Vines may be set in the spring and also in the fall. It is said the clematis does best if set in the latter season, while the wis taria, honeysuckle and Japan ivy are by preference to be pl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

FULTON COUN'i Y NEWS. THE IRON VAULT. A Tale of a San Francisco Locksmith. I am a locksmith by trade. My calliug is a strange one, and possesses a certain fasciuulUm rendering it one of the most agrcoablo pursuits. Many who follow it see nothing but labor think of nothing iu it but its re turns of gold or silver. To mo it has other dliar ms than the mon ey it produces. Iam called up on, almost daily, to open dooYs and peer into long neglected apartments, to spring stubborn locks of safes, and gloat upou treasures piled within, to quietly enter the apartment ot ladies with more beauty than discretion, and pick the locks of drawers contain ing peace-destroying missives that the dangerous evidence of wandering, affection may not reach the eye of a husband, or father, in possession of the miss ing key; to force the fastening of cash boxes, and depositories of records, telling of men made rich of corporations plundered, of or phans robbed, of families ruined. Is there no charm in all thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

f IRBTPITT TUB AT t 9 nuiuuuuiuiinu. The Farm Horu, W. J. Overton, of Illluols, writes to the Breeders' Gnzotte tbat lie does not believe the place for tbe draft horse If on American farms, lie bus raised some of the largest and host draft horses In tho county and sold them at the yards at figures not reached by any other draft horse In six months, tint he never could get tbe work out of them he could get out of n good-sized Amorlcan horse with as much Morgan blood as he could get. When they tried to breed their small or medium sized mares to the draft horses they thought they wanted larger horsea. They got them larger In some parts. It might be In the head, the legs or the body, but usually not nil In one colt. No one will claim that they have ns good a weaving breed of horses ns they had twenty years ago. "The farmer who only raises colts for his own use, with now and then one to sell, had better stay by tbe good-sized, smooth, American-bred horse," he says. Things to Remember. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

e. B. B. SE NT FREE I Corn Blood anl Shin DIikihi, Cancer, Bona ralna, lthlng Hnmori,Ete. Eood no money, simply try Botanlo Blood Balm at our xpnao. B. B. B. core Tlm plpa, aoabby, gealy, Itching Ece.oma, Uloors, Rating Pore, Scrofula, Blood Poison, Bono Pains, Swellings, Ithoumatlsm, Cancer, and all Blood and Skin Troubles. Especially ad vised for chronic cases that the doctors, patent medicines and Hot Springs fall to euro or help. Druggists, tl per large bottle. To prove It cures, 11. B. B. sent free by writ ing Blood Balm Co., 12 Mitchell St., Atlanta. Oa. Describe trouble and frco medical advice sent In sealed letter. Medlolne sent at once, prepaid. All we ask Is that yon will speak a good word for B. B. B. when cured. Some people who seem to think the world owes them a living are too laiy to collect the debt. Thirty minutes Is all the time require,! to !ye with Pittxam Fadeless Dies. Bold by ail druggists. Two hundred and fifty Trappist monk) are now working at twenty-five sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 February 1902

Read HosteLter's ad this week. J J rick for sale at Morton's yard. A Ixion to men, women and chil dren a Portable Shower Bath. For sale l.v D. Malloy. tags from "Honest John" plug and 3c will secure a hand some T.'c kuife free. 1 C. Haro gives away a small stool skillet with a 2. 00 purchase Of good. K tags from "Honest John" P'.ug ani 10c will secure you a watch guaranteed to keep accu rate time. If you want a pood shaped suit, a well trimmed suit, an honest tailored suit, go to ioldstnith A, Comorer. "Honest John" Plug Tobacco Tags are more valuable than any .other tobacco tags. The Tobac c) is the best. F. C. I in re gives to any one who purchases sjl.OO worth of poods a chance on a handsome bronze clock-. 1- tags from "Honest John" Plug will secure you a dime's worth of "Honest John" free from your Merchant. A number of our young folks w;nt over to Mercersburg last Thursday afternoon and attended the college entertainment. We are up-to-date in everything in the line of Merchant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

a in n VOLUME 3. McCONNL:LLSBURG, A., February 20. 1902. NUMBER 23. Jacob I'ott. Jacob Pott, a well kuowu citi zen, died at bis homo near Big Cove Tannery last Saturday night. Interment in Union cem etery, Tuesday morning. Jacob Pott represented tbe iifih generation beginning with one Wilhelm Pott who came to this country from Holland iioro than 150 years ago, and settled iu the anthracite coal regiou, and early engaged in the mauafacturo of iron. Jacob Pott's father, John Pott, owned a furnace at Man heim in Schuylkill county, but sold that and came to this county iu 1844, aud purchased the Han over Iron-works property about a mile below Big Cove Tannery. While he had at his command the richest of iron ores, and fuel (charcoal) iu abundance, the tariff conditions at that time were such as to make the manufacture of iron unprofitable; and the last blast in the old furnace was made in 1847. Nothing now remains to mark the place, save the dis mantled old stack. A grist mill, at presen...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

IDE BOERS LEAD BRITISH INTO TRAP Two Officers and Ten Men killed, Many Injured. THEY PURSUED DOER SOLDIER. British Fore ol Mounted Infantry Surround a Farmhouse Where They Suspected Boers Were la Hiding A Boer Punt From the House and Climbs a Kopje, the British An Trooping Alter Him. Pretoria, (By Cable). One hundred and fifty mounted infantrymen, while pa trolling the Klip river, south of Johan nesburg, February u, surrounded a farmhouse where they suspected Boers were in hiding. A single Iioer broke away from the house, and the . Ftritisli started to pursue hint. The Boer climbed a kopje, the British following1. Im mediately a heavy fire was opened upon them from three sides. The British found themselves in a trap and in a position where they were un able to make any defense. Fight of the British officers made a gallant effort and defended the ridge with carbines and revolvers until thev were overpow ered. The British had two officers and ten men killed and- several officers and 4...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

FARM AND GARDEN. When to Water Hojrs, Always water hogs before feeding, and never afterwards. If this Ik prac ticed and tho animals lire given' ear tofa on a feeding floor, fourteen pounds f corn 'will produce two pounds of grain. In other words, every bushel of cfrn ought to produce ten pounds of pork. If this Is not beiiis accomplished something Is wrong. Fnt In tli Milk. Tho perccntngc of fat In milk from a. single eow may vary, one day giv ing different results from the next. In au experiment with n choice Jersey cow the milk was found to range from 4.45 per cent, to C.38 per cent. A sin gle test with a cow may, therefore, "be of no value, ns in tho one case more rdllk would be required to mnko a pound of butter than in the other, .. i " IIow to Set Hkdi. ' It may seem an easy matter to set & hen, but unless wo understand how to proceed we will And It a rather dif ficult undertaking, to say nothing of Uie disappointment which Is sure to follow unless the work Is well done. 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. — 20 February 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. : Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck. Editor. AkCONNLLLSliURG. PA. Thursday. Hub. 20, 1902. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVr.KTl.-lMJ HATH. 1 r ou;iro ol x li-ir .1 Mm 1 M. IV I s.ill:r Ail n.lv il'M'i""nl Insertion.... .VI. n"Fit- insert rd for les Unit) iirtfeil ly I ho xqimro. tllrei mouth 3 iih.s. ;.jr..i" '.mo-. M-llo Sf.0o. I vr. SC,ii. N'ollrni! i'-.r. v.- rti'tj for loss thiin II. t -irilM ore yyur .V Wbsn to Deal in Stock or Grain. Not lii);," ni;o a rich farmer said th::t tin' Lest time to go into stock or ;riiin was when everybody wauled to quit. Ho didn't own all the land that joined him but lie did owu several hundred acres fif good farming land and held a tirst mortgajru on a lot more; out side of this particular notion of his ho was just like other people. Every year it can be seen where money could have been made had we been able to see ahead. There is hardly a year that some partic ular farm product does not near ly double in...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

F ULTON COUN'.Y NEWS. Long Distance Weeping. A vi'i-y allotting incident occur ad iu this city a few days ago, which incidentally proved expen sive to tho man who brought it about. A number of years ago two little girls in this city were left orphans, and though iu no way relatei.! were by chance brought up and kindly cared for by the same person. A strong affectum gre v up between tho two girls, which was warmer from the fact that neith er had any parents or brothers fir sisters to lavish their nffectnus upon, aud their love grew and strengthened as they grew to wo manhood. Finally some turn of the wheel of fortune separated them. One remained iu Portland and in due lime was happily married. The other went away "up country" aud finally was also happily mar ried. An intimate correspondence was kept up between the two for a few years, but was finally drop ped, owing to changes of location, aud years passed without either seeing or hearing of tho other. A short time ago the one living...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

"pje irthdc) of By y. C. Ml '"5 The orb Seek not ith apy Uath 'hen -EOUGE WASHINGTON, sol I dler, statesman and hero, was Onr at his best aa a lover. From tbe time when lie was an impetuous youngster of fourteen until he stood beside Martha Curtis, a proud bridegroom at twenty-seven, the young Virginian was continually falling in or falling out of love. He was barely in his teeus when he set about penning versos. Poetry, however, was apparently the wrong route to the heart of Mary Bland, of Westmoreland, who proudly reserved her smiles, but whom Washington re ferred to for years as his "Lowland Beauty." But constancy was not a virtue In the eyes of the fourteen-year-old Washington. In less than a year he had hcen In love with two others Miss I.ucy Grynies and a nameless, miss whom he addressed as "Dear Sally." The heroine of the next engrossing affair was Miss Mary Cary, a con nection of the Fairfaxes. Though ut first Miss Cary reminded him too palnf tlly of the "Lowland Beauty" who...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

Tha Family Accounted For. "Where is Sue?" "Gone to 'the Iiangin'." "An Mandy?" " 'Tendin' Sis' Jenkins' funeral." "An Ihe of man ?" "In jail for shootin' the sheriff in the leg" "An" what air you a-dotn' of?" "Waitin' roun' here tell a hurricane comes an' Mows the house down 'pon top o' nic !" Paris implies, free of cost, sulftirotu baths to all persons engaged in handling lead. KIDNEY TROUBLES. Mrs. Louise M. Gibson Says That This Fatal Disease is Easily Cured by Lydla E. rink ham's Vegetable Com pound. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I felt Terr dlsoouraged two years ago, I had suf fered so long' with kidney troubles and other complication, anil had taken go much znediclno without relief that I begaa to think there wan no hope for me. Llfo looked bo good to me, but what Is life without health 1 I wanted to be well. MRS. LOUISE M. GIBSON. r,ydlft E. Plnkham's Vege table Compound cured me and made me well, and that is why I gladly write you this, and gladly thank you j six bottles was all I t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 February 1902

Read Ho? tetter's ad this week. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Kev. Arlington Garland preach ed a very able sermon at Hill's Chapel tlio 5th iust. H5 tigs from "Honest Johu" Plug and 10c will secure you a watch guaranteed to keep accu rate time. 1). Edward Fore of Kuobsville has been drawn on the grand jury for March United-States District Court at Scrantou. "Honest John" Plug Tobacco Tags are more valuable than anj other tobacco tags. The Tobac co is the best. j We are up-to-dnte in everything in the lino of .Merchant Tailoriug. Atrial order will canv.nce you. ( ;klsmith Coiuerer. John F. Hess of Licking Creek township had the misfortune a few days a' to cut his hand very badly while splitting kiudliug. I- tags from "Honest John" Plnir will secure you a dime's worth of "Honest John" free from your Merchant. Gorrieu Portable Shower Hath, hot water bag and Fouutain Syr inge combiued. is a useful house hold article. You need it. D. Malloy, Agent. 110 tags from "Honest John" Plug and...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 February 1902

Jttlton C0ttlf McCONNELLSBURG, PA., February 27, 1902. NUMBER 24. VOLUME 3. liridgewuter, Va. Editor Nkws: Dkau Sik: Ever since my hasty trip through your county last October,have I been thinking of writing a letter for the News, but deferred from time to time. My thoughts now are daily .waudering iu your direction, as my wife aud daughter, Annie.are visiting friends in Saltillo, Ilunf iugdon county. I have been a constant reader of your paper for nearly a year, and see much to interest me'.eveu though I have been absent since '05, when the war-clouds that hung over our beloved country for four long, weary, and sorrow ful years had just been lifted, and the "surrender," os our southern people call it, had taken place at Appomattox. I enjoy, especially, the letters of the Fulton county boys, who have gone away from their native county, as I have done. I read the letters and news items from the various sections with a great deal of care, and see many names that remind me of old times ...

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