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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 February 1902

PRINCE HENRY ON AMERICAN SOIL 'Welcomed la (he Name of the People, President, Navy and Army. PRINCE RETURNED ALL THE VISITS. Tie Out of tn Font and Battleships Roomed a Noisy Salute and Rear Admiral Evans Cava Him tbt First Official Greet tof Then Iho Various Representatives of the Government. New York, (Special). Admiral I'rince Henry of Prussia arrived in American water! on the North German I.loyd Line steamer Kronprinz Wilhelni and landed in New York al 12 35 P. M. Sunday. Friendly messages were exchanged hy I'rince Henry and President Roosevelt. The Prince got a welcome long to he remembered. When his htp reached Sandy Hook at 10 A. M. the din began. All the way tin New York hay and har bor there were the noise of cannonading, rhcering by immense crowds and the blasts of steam whistles. Rear-Admiral Kohley D. F.vans of ficially welcomed the royal visitor in the name of the American people. The l'rince landed on the West Thirty-fourth street pier. He passed over the pier and went...

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. — 27 February 1902

Agricultural To Prevent Soft-Shelled Kggs. If Boft-shellod eggs appear lu the poultry honse during the winter the proper thing to do Is to cut down the leed the morning feed, not the one which Is given In the afternoon. Soft shelled eggfi are almost positive proof that the hens are too fat, and the pest way to get rid of the fat Is to nieke the bens work It off In the scratching material. For tho morning feed no more than one handful of wheat to ten hens should lie given as long as soft-shelled- eggs are found In the nests. Farm Implement Makers.' It Is certainly n great compliment to inventive genius and to the manu facturers of farm Implements to be able to gay truthfully that the Improve ment In agricultural Implements as now manufactured has reduced the average time In the production of n bushel of corn from four and a half hours to forty-otie minutes, and this has reduced tho cost of labor from thirty-live and three-fourth cents to ten and one-half cents a bushel. A like reduct...

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. — 27 February 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. AicCONNELLSBURG. PA. I'uursday, Feb. '27. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVHHTISINU KATES. 1 rv SiJUIll e of lvr s'i.iijvt' -Mr All ailvei-lis three months i II tillH'S .ci'i'Mit Insertion . . . Inserted for loss .SI !K. . .Vl. tlitin ent rd ty the siuure. 3 urns. I MHOS. " -1 ." I HMO. "7 vr. i (:n.n. '-f.uu 111 . '-li nr Noi ii' v. I'ru'.-ssl .ii for less thuti ft. ':tuN one year frn. The most rolhibli; preparation for kidney troubles ou the mar ket is Foley's Kiduey Cure. All dcrili'i's, A movement is ou fo.it to make tin' bridge across the river at I lanuoek free of toll. The Uepub lican Couuty Commissioners aud liopreseututives at Anuapolis pledged their support duriug the c.unpaigti last fall aud with a big petition from the taxpayers aud voters of the district it is thought the bridge cau bo made free. Ilaueoek has lost several indus tries aud a lot of trade on account of the bridge tolls....

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. — 27 February 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Why Are Yoq Not A Communicant? (The following article appeared in the Christian Instructor, published in ,1H57, a copy of which was handed n a few days ajjo by Mrs. David Fullim of Ayr township. Kead it carefully, and "thoughtfully. . He honest with yourself. Doeg it not contain much truth? Editor. ) You are convinced of the truth of tho Hiblo, aud the binding au thority of its precepts. You be lieve the Christian church to be a divine itistitution, aud its ordi nances obligatory. You believe that Christ issued a com maud that all should obey, when ho said, "This do in remembrance of me." Why have you not obeyed it? Why are you yet outside of the visible chnrch? Let us exam ine some of the pleas commonly urged. "A man can be as good a Chris tian out of the church as in it." If so, why did Christ found the church? Why did he make con fession before men as obligatory as. faith towards God? Can that man be a good christian, who dis obeys Christ? And, has not Christ ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 February 1902

THE CREAT UNSATISFIED. The men who arc not satisfied Are they who net the pare Tin men who do not meet defeat With calm, contenlcd face; The men who labor on and on. With minda and finger skilled They are the great unsatisfied ' Who plan, and fight, and build. The men who are not satisfied J They are the one who lead; , They foreo humanity ahead ! By strident word and deed; They bring ua out of bygone ways; They guide ua through the dark To where some man, unsatisfied. Has eet a ahining mark. The men who are not satisfied They gird the world with wires; They belt the land with rails of steel, i And pierce the air with spires; They loose the leash of sweet content With which mankind is tied. We'll never pay the debt we owe The men unsatisfied. -V. D. Nesbit, in Baltimore American. ITS queer how some of those bright est, best college fellows fail to "land" when the real struggle bo 4 gins. Take Inghnm, for Instance; he was the star of every year from freshman to grttdimtlug, a footbal...

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. — 27 February 1902

THE CREAT UNSATISFIED. The men who arc not satisfied Are they who ct the pace Th? men who do not meet defeat With calm, contented face; The men who labor on and on. With minds and finger skilled They are the great unsatisfied ho plan, and fight, and build. The men who are not aatiified- j They are the one who lead; , They force humanity ahead By (trident word and deod; They bring u out of bygone way; They guide us through the dark To where ome man, unsatisfied, Hai set a shining mark. The men who are not satisfied They gird the world with wires; They belt the land with rails of steel, i And pierce the air with spires; . Thev loose the leash of sweet content ' With which mankind is tied. We'll never pay the debt we owe The men unsatisfied. -W. D. Nesbit, in Baltimore American. ITS queer how some of those bright est, best college fellows fnil to "bind" when the real struggle bc 4 gins. Take Ingham, for Instance; ho was the star of every year from freshman to graduating, a football her...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 February 1902

MAN HAS ALION TO FIGHT Dr. Tilmojc Says Vha Coaleadln. Aalnst An Evil HabM Von Stand In Clrclo of Sympathy. Cloud ot Wltnomi "BleMtd Aro They Wlio Put Tbrlr Trnst la Him." Washington, D. C This discourse of Dr. Tnlmnge is full of Inspiring thought for those who, find life struRiile, and shows that we have many eelrstinl sym pathizers; texts, Hebrews xii, 1, "Peeing we also ore compassed about with o great a cloud of witnesses;" I Corinthian xv, 32, "1 have fought with beasts at Ephcsus." ..... Crossthft the Alps by the Mont Cenii pass or through the Mont Cenis tunnel, you ore in a few hours set down at Vero na, Italy, and in a few minute begin ex amining one of the grandest ruins of the world, the ' Amphitheatre. The whole building sweeps around you in a circ.e. You stand in the arena where the combat was once fought or the race run, and on all sides the seats rise, tier above tier, un til you count forty elevations or galleries, as I shall see fit to call them, in which sat the Sen...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 February 1902

MAN HASAUONTO FIGHT Dr. Tilnrnge Esys When Cooltodlni Atsinst An Evil llsbll Yob Stand la Circle e( Sympathy. Cloud ol Wltncises "Blessed Are They Wlio Pat Their Trust la tllm." ' Washinotox, D. C This discourse of J)r, Tnlmflgc is full of inspiring thoughts for those who . find life a struggle, end shows that we hnve many eclrstinl sym pathizers; texts, Hebrews xii, 1, "Seeing we also ore compassed about with ao great a cloud of witnesses;" I Corinthians xv, Si, "I hove fought with beasts at Epheeus. . . trossihg the Alpa liy the Mont Cenis pass or through the Mont tenia tunnel, you are in a few hours set down at Vero na, Italy, and in a few minutes begin ex amining one of the grandest ruins of the world, the ' Amphitheatre. The whole building sweeps around you in a circ.e. You stnnd in the arena where the combat was once fought or the race run, and on all sides the seats rie, tier above tier, un til you count forty elevations or galleries, as I shall see fit to call them, in which...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 February 1902

. .... A.. V Rend Uostettur's ad this week. Uriels for sale at Morton's yard. G. W. Mellottof ltd fust town ship spent last Wednesday at Mc Coiiuellsbu rg. Col. K. M. Robinson went over to Chambersburg Mouday and returned Tuesday. Oliver Mellott aud John "SVeller called at the News oflice a few minutes, one daV last week. Oliver Hill one of Pigeon Co.'e's prosperous farmers spent a few hours in town one day last week. 83 tags from "Honest Johu" i turned to her home in Lfuck.Val Ping aud 10c will secure you alley. watc h guaranteed to keep accu-j It is reported that LogueShivea rate time. will move to the Charlie Wink I!. R. .Johnson is transferring ; farm, his pl u of residence from Lai-1 Calviu Garland aud wife spent dig to Wayuesburg.G reenecoun- i Sunday in Licking Creek towu ty. I ship. "Honest Jf.hu" Plug Tobacco! Haltzer Mellott and family Tags are more valuable than any ! sP't one day last week at Mat- other tobacco tags. The Tobac co is tin; be:it. T. Irwin Sipes of Licking ...

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

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSByRG, PA., March 6, 1902. NUMBER 25. Furmcra' Institute. i The followiug is a brief ah- j stract of the proceedings of the j institute held at McConnellsburg j last Tuesday evening, Wednos- j day, and Wednesday evening., TUESDAY EVENING. On account of the absence of Mr. Frear, Mr. Weld took his place and gave a very interesting talk on the sugar beet. The next period was occupied by Mr. W. F. McSparran ou Si lo in Agriculture. WEDNESDAY MORNING. Called to order at 9.30. After devotional exercises, Hon. S. W. Kirk was introduced and delivered the Address of Wel- come in a pleasing talk, recount- i was very ably handled, recount ing the good done our country by 1 iug the influences that go to make those who have held the plow. Mr. McSparran responded in a few very pleasing remarks, after which K. G. Weld was introduced and gave a very interesting talk on The Rotation of Crops. "Ev ery rotation,", said the speaker, "must include live stock, which with following nitr...

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

ICE FLOOD LOSSES IN THE MILLIONS lUtjr Railroads Blocked and Industries Paralyied. WOPLE DRIVEN FROM HOMES. Fifty Tboasaad Mea Oat of Work by tbt ' Hooding of the Mills About Pittsburg Few Urea Lest, But Hundreds ol Peoplt Suffering From Eiposure Several Placet la Terrible Conditio. Many millions in money lost, tens of thousands of people thrown out of em ployment and hundreds of families homeless make tip the appalling record f the floods in Maryland, Virginia, "West Virginia, Ohio. Pennsylvania, New Vork, Connecticut, North Carolina, Ten nessee, Georgia and Alabama. A remarkable but fortunate feature of the widespread destruction is the small lost of life. Few persons were drowned, several were killed in railroad wrecks caused by washouts, but considering the rapid rise of the waters in some sec tions, engulfing and sweeping away num bers of houses, it is astonishing that there were not more fatalities. Most of the rivers have begun to slowly fall, but the floods have left ruin an...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 March 1902

USES. Ah. from the nifctcnrH tree of time How quickly fall the hours! It need no touch of wind or rime I I To loose iuch facile flowers. Drift of the dead year's harvesting, They clog to-morrow's way, ,Yet serve to shelter growths of spring Beneath their warm decay. Or, blent by pious hands with rare Sweet savors of content, Surprise the soul's December air With June's forgotten scent.. -Edith Wharton, in Scribner's Magazine. ' "About the meanest thing I ever did," said Bass MeFheeters, who bad served as a volunteer through the Cubnn cam paign, "was to steul brandy off the dead dagos. Every man Jack of them dad a flask. I guess It was the worst brandy ever distilled, but It tasted mighty good to me, and, ns I sny, I stole It and drank It and felt like a ghoul all the time." "Ah, you're thin-skinned," growled Beathcote, a Harvard man who bad come to be a Texas ranger because he was plucked at West Taint; "if you want to feel real downright thirty cents you ought to try peacemaking be...

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. — 6 March 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. I'eck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. FA. Thursday, March. 6, 1902. I'ublLsheJ Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIM'KK'I 1st Si HATKrt. Vt'T i.jnnpr -M ? Utirv :l tlinrs ft W. 1'iv s in-Ti' ";nh sniv,,iiif'Tit Insortlun.... 0. 4 mi vi'rt. vt'tncnts iiwrtril fir less than three iiimnhs ot arjs'1. tiy Hie square. H Tims. I tf tii4 in. j I yr. iri m '.null . lf ' Ul'l.l . .i.Ym. j f.M.ix). I foo.iH . . 40.iv. .v.iro. .. 4iUH. j Fo.OO. 7ft. 00. No y rv ' ,M:.'tr for th:in $1. IVu'"i.;ui CivnlM one year to. The Waste of War. (it-eat liritain is reflecting ou the waste of war as well as the extent the contractors have made money out of the South African contest and conquest. That is a necessary accompaniment. The contractor has made his millions since wars wore first devised, n ud it will bo so to the eud. An article in the "Fortnightly" on the. "The Cost of War" is a Untish cry of paiu and remon strance. The first demand for men and money w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 March 1902

FULTON COUN Y NEWS. Capture of Jeff Davis. Not tlio least notnblo of tlie oveuts associated with the Civil War was thu capture of Jefferson Dtivis, the whilom President of 1,he Confederate States of Ameri ca. The band of men who curried the plau of this capture tosuccess ful teriviiuution were few in num ber, and in tlie years since the war tlu'ir ranks huvo been thin ned so there are probably now no more than a dozen at most, of the nieu who forced the surrender of tl 10 rebel leader, and those are scattered in all purts of the land. One of them, Marshall Ilepuer, a member of Company I), First Wisconsin Cavalry lives in Chil ton, Wisconsin, and to tho Senti nal correspondent he gave the following account of tho pursuit through the pine forests of Geor gia and tho final capture of "Un cle Jeff," as he was known to the soldiers of both tlie northern and southern armies. Mr. Uepuer's account differs in some points from tlie popular stoi ies regard ing his capture, but being an eye wit...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 March 1902

THE MANY TEMPTATIONS. Dr. Tannage Says the Assailants ol Virtue and Honesty Are Numerous. Nreet For Divio Protection -Ood't Cries Brloietb Stlvttlon. Wariiikotox, I). C A familiar illus tration from the barnyard it employed in this discourse by Dr. Ta'.mage to show the comfort and protection that heaven af ford to all trusting aoula. The text it Matthew xxiii, 37, "Kvea as a hen gather eth her chickens under her wings, and yi .would not." Jerusalem w-as in tight as Christ cam! to the crest of Mount Olivet, a height ol 700 feet. The splendors of the religion! capital of the whole earth irradiated tht landscape. There is the temple. Yondet ia the king's palace. Spread out before His eyes are the pomp, wealth, the wick edness and the coming destruction of Je rusalem, and tie bursts into tears at the thought of the obduracy of a place that lie would gladly have saved and apostro phizes, saying, "O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, liow often would I have gathered thy children together, even na a he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 March 1902

Agricultural The Bllo. The round silo la preferable to the gqnare one. And two smaller ones are better than one large one when the ensilage Is needed for summer feed og. A less quantity Is exposed. ' Market Near Home, Markets exist In the small towns, as well as In large cities. Farmers sblp their produce to cities wben tbelr near est towns may be buying from the cities In order to supply the borne dc-nand- Ho Food For All Pnrpoie. There Is no perfect food for all pur poses. Everything depends upon what Is to be .accomplished. If the - object Is to fatten an o1mtl the food should contain a larger proportion of corn than If the desire Is to promote growth. Of tbe 'various foods, grass Is equal, to any, as It Is rich In mineral matter and Is also an assistant In fattening because It promotes digestion and Is eaten slowly. For milk production grass may be assisted by the concen trated foods and also by bay, but only a variety of feod Is perfect for any purpose. ... -" Have Reg-nlar Fee...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 March 1902

Brick for sale it Morton's yard. Call ftt Irwin' for nice clean 1 Clover Seed. . ' '' : " t'eerk'ss Liver Pills are ten cents a bottle; worth three times j tlmt much. . ,' Mrs. Maggie, Hainil of Knobs-1 ville, spent a few hours in town Tuesday attending to business. LT) "Honest Joliu" Plug Tobac co Tags and iic will secure you a valuable knife. Ask your Mer chant. Your merchant will give you free a dime's worth of "Honest John" Plug for 12 Houest John Tugs. .John II. Cordou und family of Tlnm)'Mn township, moved to Carivt, Somerset county, last week. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. At all de-dors. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bard McDow ell of Lomuster, spent Monday night iu the home of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kendall in the Cove. Fancy silk vestings, nobby pau taloouiugs and just the stult for spring suitings will be found at Goldsmith & Comerer's. You get bettor presents for "Honest .John" Plug Tobacco Tags than any other kind. Ask your M...

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

fmltm VOLUME 3. m:snu:s, unsatisfied. Their Nature, the Realm of Their Government, and the Remedy for Their Correction. The following is a sermon de livered by Rev. J, L. Grove in the United Presbyterian church of this place, Sabbath morning:. March 2, 1002. The editor was preseut, and at the close of the service, requested Mr. Grove to write the sermon for publication iu the FultonCounty News, which ho kindly consented to do. There is nothing denominational about it, and it will be found to be prof itable reading for anyone. Ed iron. Text: Ye lust, and hav: not. James 4:2. The thought of the text springs out of a contrast instituted, in the closing verses of the preceding chapter, betweeen heavenly wis dom and earthly wisdom. The former, "Is first pure, then peace able, gentle and easy to be en treated, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality, and without hypocrisy." The latter, "Descendeth not from above, but is earthly, sensual, develish." Wisdom here, is manifestly to ...

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

STRIKERS REJECT THE AGREEMENT Arbitration Verdict la Norfolk Fills to End Trouble. DECLARED IT TO Be ONE-SIDED. la a Clash Belweca a Mob and Four Compaa lei ! Mllltlo Five Soldier Wert Badly la fcred The Milllla Charged tha Mob Wllb Fltd Bayonet and a Number ol Person Were Hart Situatloi Reaches Qrsve Stage. Norfolk, Va. (Special.) The strike situation in Norfolk, according to con servative opinion, has reached its gravest stage. The street railway employees abso lutely refuse to comply with the terms of settlement set for them by the arbi tration committee, by which the rail way officials have announced their inten tion to abide. The strikers declare that the decision is one-sided, and that in agreeing to return to work with non union men they would forfeit their charter in the international union. This they positively refuse to do. The com mittee's report sets forth that the bond required by the railway company is jus tifiable and reasonable and will work no hardship upon the men....

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. — 13 March 1902

STRIKERS REJECT THE AGREEMENT Arbitration Verdict la Norfolk Fills to End Trouble. DECLARED IT TO BG ONE-SIDED. la Clash Betweta a Mob and Four Compan - ka at Mllllla Five Soldiers Wra Badly la iredThe Militia Charged tha Mob With Fixed Bayonets and a Number et Persons Wars Hart Sltuatioi Reaches drave State. Norfolk, Va. (Special.) The strike situation in Norfolk, according to con servative opinion, has reached its (gravest stage. The street railway employees abso lutely refuse to comply with the terms of settlement set for them by the arbi tration committee, by which the rail way officials have announced their inten tion to abide. The strikers declare that the decision is one-sided, and that in agreeing to return to work with non union men they would forfeit their charter in the international union. This they positively refuse to do. The com mittee's report sets forth that the bond required by the railway company is jus tifiable and reasonable and will work no hardship upon the me...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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