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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 March 1902

ALONE WITH HIS THOUGHTS. Heart-wearv of the world and of it wayi, lie longed to dwell apart, alone, some where To leave behind the greed of power, the crazo For riches and the pnrvenu' dinplnya He longed to find Borne calm retreat, and there. , Alone with hit high thoughts, pas all hie day. He found, at last, the place he long had ought, ' Where rivalry and greed and want were not, 'And there, alone, far from the noise, he tried i To win the inert contentment he had thought To gain in dwelling where no other epolte And where no fools with one another vied, But, lonely, bowed ere long hit sad heart broke. t And on hi way back to men's haunts he died. The world spun a before, men hurried on - And never cared nor knew that he wm . gone. " ' 3. E. Kiser. -is. "T" OT very far from the rainier J House, Id a street whore the 1 JV rents ore high and the sur- d roundings correspondingly Im posing, there lurks an old cobbler .whose shop In the basement lias suf fered but little change In the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 March 1902

. ALONE WITH HIS THOUCHTS. Cenrt-wcary of the world and of its wnys, He lorgca to dwell apart, alone, tome where To leave behind the greed of power, the crnio For riches and the parvenu's dianlnve- He lonned to find Home calm retreat, and then?. , Alone with his high thoughts, past all hie days. He found, at last, the place he long had sought, ' .Where rivalry and greed and want were not, 'And there, alone, far from the noise, he tried i To win the sweet contentment he bad thought To gain in dwelling: where no other soolte And where no fools with one another vied. Cut, lonely, bowed ere long his sad heart broke, I And on his way back to men's haunts tie (lieu. The world spun as before, men hurried nn - And never cared nor knew that he was . gone. A. " ' -S. E. Riser. TOT very far from the Palmer I House, in a street whore the Jl rents ore high nnd the sur ( roundlngg correspondingly im posing, there lurks nn old cobbler iWhoso shop In the basement ling suf fered but little change lu...

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. — 13 March 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. K. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, AUrch 13, Puh!i!-cd Weekly, f 1. 00 per Annum in Advance. AIlVPItTfSlSrl KATK1. ; i 1 1 1 1 1 ' I i (, 111-""!'! U'l li's.'I'lt'a tor It' An DiIlC I I the nii.-0. .'- m!im. ! it mot. i I yr. .:s.nv j tco.int, i fcio.ui. : ..(".. 4',.' iMMHt. . . ..If IM. rVvC.i. Vv"0. Mi i..:v. It i'f UliW! ! ' -'i.uf ; fin- !' l i:u-, 1. ( wK oi" ye ir i W.HRF.S, liliSATIoFIED. Thsir K,U;,;'a, tiie Realm of Their Gov ernment, and tTie Remedy for their Correction. i('i)unnti'd Trnni tirst p;Ke.) were salitied and bocamo bless ing to himself and his covnpauiou; but so soon as exorcised iu con trovcrsiojArf divino will, as ex pressed hi positive command, they became siu. "Every mauis tenipted when he is drawu away ojhis own lust (or desire) and en 4iced. Then when lust hath con ceived, it bringeth forth siu; aud sin when it is finished, bringeth forth death." (!od made ample provisiou for the exercise and s...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 March 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Youth of Quen Isabella, tha Friend of Columbus. Every American boy should bo interested in the hiBtory of the great queen of Spain who pawned her jewels to buy vessels with which to send Christopher Columbus out to discover the new world. Isabelhi was born April 22, 1451, nt Miulrignl, Spain. Her father, King John, was king of Castile, then a separate kingdom, now only a provinco of Spain. She was named in honor of her mother, a princess of l'ortugnl, who brought up her daughter very simply in the obscure villugo of Arevalo. At the age of eleven the little princess was be trothed to Prince Carlos of Aragon, who was cruelly poisoned. Other matches were arranged for her, but with great spirit the princess re fused them and insisted on marry ing Prince Ferdinand of Aragon. Isabella was heiress to the throne, bo her marriage was a matter of great importance to the country. October, 1409, after a ronnwitio courtship Ferdinand was married to his sw...

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. — 13 March 1902

THE ART OF FORGETTING Dr. Talmage Illustrates How All Offend, era May Be Emancipated. Hew to Be Hippy Allow Other to Forget Cone Into Mercy in! Panloa, WA-nmoTO!, D. C From the letter to the Hebrews Dr. Talmage takes a text and illustrates how all offenders may ho emancipated; text, Hebrews viii, l'J, "Their sins and their iniquities will I re member no more." The national flower of the Egyptians is the heliotrope, of the Assyrians is the water lily, 01 the Hindoos is the mangold, of the Chinese is the thiysanthemum. We hare no national flower, but there in hardly any (lower more suggestive to many of us than tho forKetmenot. W e all like to be remembered, and one of our mis fortunes is that there are so many things we cannot remember. Mnemonics, or the rt of assisting memory, is an important art. It was first suggested by Himonidcs, of Ceos, 6011 years betore Christ. Persons who had but little power to recall events or put fat'ts and names and dates in proper processions have throu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 March 1902

Had Family Kxattiple. Brown I don't like to read tales which show how geninso were once un ruly children. Jones Why not? Brown Thry merely enconrage lazy parent to believe that their unruly chil dren will all turn out geniuses. In Thte llajra of Inquiries. 'To the victors belong what?" askeo. the teacher, who was disctissinig familiar quotations. "Anything that's spoiled, answered the small boy in the rear seat. CURES RHEUMATISM AND CATARRH. To Praia It Medtolna Fraal Hotunln Blood Balm (JJ. B. B.) kills tho poison In the blood which causes rhnuma tlsm (bona pains, swollnn joints, sore mnso clos, achns and pains) and catarrh (bad breath, deafness, hawking, spitting, ringing In the earn), tbns making a permanent extra aftnr all elso falls. Thousands cured. Mary suffered from 80 to 40 years, yet B. B. B. cured thorn. Druggists (1 per large bot tle. To provo It cures, sample of B. B, B. tent free by writing Blood Balm Co., 12 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Qa. Describe trouble oad free medical...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 March 1902

We neod a load of wood. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Call at Irwin's for nice clean Clover Seed. Mr. W. V. Hart, of Whips Cove was at McConnellsburg last Sat urday. It cost Franklin county $00 an election district to hold her Feb urary election. Peerless Liver Pills are ten cents a bottle; worth three times that much. Some interesting corespon dence cam o in too late to get in the paper this week.' 23 'Honest John" Plug Tobac co Tags and 3c will secure you a valuable knife. Ask your Mer chant. Miss. Rebecca Sipes of Taylor township, was a pleasant caller at the News office, Tuesday. Your merchant will give you free a dime's worth of "Honest John" Plug for 12 Honest John Tags. You can send money in to pay on your subscription, with some ,e coming to court next week. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the ' kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. At all dealers. Mr. Elmer W. Uendershot, of the Corner, called at the News of fice while in town last Saturday. Fancy silk vestin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 March 1902

Wsfi 1 VOLUME 3. GONE HOME. People Who Have Heen Called to Their Final Rest. HARRY W. WIBLE. Harry W. Wible, formerly of Clear Ridge, this county, died suddenly atPitcairn, Pa., Monday night March 10, 1902, from neu ralgia of the stomach. He had been in his usual health duriug the evening, conversing with his friends; but was suddenly strick en down, and died within a few hours. Mr Wible was aged about 28 years and single. He had been in the employ of the P. R. R. Com pany as brakeman for about two years, and was located at Pitcairn. His body wa- brought to the resi dence of his stepfather, W. L. Fields of Clear Ridge, on Wednes day accompanied by five of his col leagues, all from Huntingdon and Fultou counties, who have been engagod for some time at Pitcairn and Pittsburg, namely, G. J. An derson, Joseph Baker, Daniel Honry, Joseph Ramsey and Frank Mort. Interment Thursday at 2 o'clock, p. m., at Clear Ridge. AQUILLA SMITH. At his home near Robinson ville, Bedford county, Saturday,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 March 1902

mi CROPSEY'S DEATH UNSOLVED Testimony ol the Physicians Not Convliclof. DOUBT THAT THE OIRL WAS KILLED. Bfc Laatdta Decline (o Testily M ae Bieert, Declaring He l( UhMi to filvt Eipcrt Testimony Concerning a Dead Body That Had Beta la lb Wiler JT Days, lUizabeth City, N. C. (Special). Tlie Wilcox trial grows more interesting each day. The State, so far, has not made oitt a clear case of murder, al though the majority of the people here lwlieve that she was the victim of foul play. Though Drs. Fearing and Wood both expressed the opinion that the death of Nellie Cropscy was caused by blow on the left side of the head, the defense has succeeded in creating an impression that the evidence against the drowning theory is not sufficient. Some people go so far as to say that Mr. Aydlett will ask the judge to dis miss the case on the ground that the State has failed to prove that the girl was killed. Dr. VV. J. Lumsdcn, one of the leading physicians of this section of the State, gave the pro...

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. — 20 March 1902

a PECULIAR. Oh. hnman beings are, in tooth, A moat iteculiar lot. By them a lady or youth ' la kidnaped, like m not. They love to turn to reckless fun Which undermines the health; ! And ench feels happieat when he'a won - Another't tasrd earned wealth. W jf v " T LIZA," said Mr. Sparks on fc the night of the day that L j they moved Into their new v flat, "this apartment life Is worse than one of Dante's circles. I'll make just one more move beore I die, and that will be into a bouse In a suburb. Hero we are Just moved, everything topsy-turvy and no girl. Of course, the latest acquisition from the employment bureau bad to leave us Just to throw all tbo burden of tbe packing np and unpacking on us. Then again the Janitors of all flats are nui- .11 rosa. lances. I'll bet the one In this building will prove to be worse than any of the others, and even a man accustomed to using strong language can't say any thing stronger than that. Just look at this muss; will you, and no one to help us...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 March 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, AUrch 20, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTIAINO BATES. lr aquttro of 8 lines S times II SO. l'er vjiihh' e-ich iihsequent Insertion.... fto. All utrvurtucmenM Inserted for lean thun three month cearyeti by the squure. 8 mot. IM. .. .(). , . . 40.00. Ouioh. W.OU.j 40.00. NS.U0. 1 yr "icw.iXi. MUX). 7n.oo. One-fourth column.. Ouc-h:!f cumil One Column Nothing Insert pd for less than It. 1'rofefHlotiitl Cards one jenr 15. Sparks From FUckerville. March 10. Mr. Editor. Know ing that you can't run a paper without help, we take our pen to give you a few items from this vicinity. The last week's storm was the worst for years. The snow was said to ba 17 inches deep, and the wind, which was very high, piled it to the depth of 6 or 7 feet in places. Our citizens had to shov el and climb to keep on the top side. Many of the lanes and by ways are completely blocked yet. Whips...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 March 1902

FULTON COUN' Y NEWS. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. Every Woman May Have an Indoor Bulb Garden. Every womnn should be her own florist. Then instead of being at. the mercy of Iho professionals, who in midwinter and spring are able to command exorbitant prices for their choicest blooms, the thrifty house wife who has exercised a little fore thought may fairlv revel in Wob eoms that cost her nothing at all. Those plants which are raised from bulbs may bo most successful ly mottnged by the amateur flower raiser. They require the minimum of attention and arc most lavish in their production of blossoms. The bulbs should be buried in terra cotta flowerpots, a wide pan being especially made for the ac commodation of such plants. After they are placed in the soil the bulbs should be sot in a warm cellar to germinate. When the leaf stalk be gins to push above ground, the plant may bo brought up stairs, but should then be covered with another pot in order that the light may not have a bad effect on the f...

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. — 20 March 1902

THE GOOD RELIGION DOES. Dr. Ts Image Preaches on (he Influence of the Gospel in Business. Chrlitlaaily sad tht Intellect-Can Yoa Oct Aloaf Without lb tVsntrroTorf, D. C In this discourse Dr. Talmage advocates the idea that the Christian religion ia as good for thia world a the next, and will help us to do any thing that ought to be done at all; I Tim othy ir, 8, "Godliness is profi table unto all things, having promise of the life that now is and of that whicti is to come." There is a, gloomy and passive way of waiting for event to come upon us, and there is a heroic way of gcing out to meet them, strong in God and fearing nothing. When the body of Catiline was found on the battlefield, it was found far in advance of all .lis troops and among the enemy, and the beat way is not for us to lie down and let the events of life trample over ns, but to go forth in a Christian spirit deter mined to conquer. You are expecting pros perity, and 1 am determined, so far as I . have anything to d...

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. — 20 March 1902

Health " For 25 yeare I have never mined taking Ayer'a Strtaparlll every eprlng. It cleaniee my Mood, makea me feel atrong, and doea me good In every way." John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y. Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body. You are invigorated, refreshed. You feel anxious to be active. You become strong, steady,courageous. That's what Aycr's- Sarsaparilla will do for you. Sl.Mlbottlt. Alt dreirlrts. Aflk yonr doctor wnut he think of Ayer't RnmnpnTtlla. Ho know, nil shouttliliRraria nl'l fumllT me1lctne. follow bis adrlcoud we will bo utlflen. J. C. atib Co., Lowell, Mats. K.wnpaprri In Parln. New York is pretty well supplied with newspapers. I doubt if capitalists could be persuaded that additional ones would be good investments. But so far as mere numbers are concerned, our pa pers are only a tithe of what we find in Paris. There are about 2,600 organs of the press in the French capital, 163 of which are political journals. In this country nothing is a ...

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. — 20 March 1902

Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Papor and Border the same price atG. M. Belt's.IIancock.Md. Harvey Snyder of Gem spent lust Thursday night in McCon nollsburg. Peerless Liver Tills are ten cents a bottle; worth three times that much. G. M. Belt has the largest line of Wall Papers south of N. Y. All 1902 stylos. 25 "Honest John" Rug Tobac co Tags and 3c will secure you a valuable knife. Ask your Mer chant. Miss Margaret Daniels spent last Friday night and Saturday with friends in town. Go to G. M. Belt.Hancock.Md., for your Wall Paper. Paper,3cper roll, up; Borders, 3c per roll, up. Your merchant will give you free a dime's worth of "Honest Johu" Plug for 12 Honest John Tags. Miss Laura Mummaof Knobs ville, has gone toOrbisonia to live with her aunt, Mrs, Chilcote. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. At all dealers. Thomas A. Sipes and Newton J. Edwards of Wells, spent a day or two this week with friends in this place. You get better ...

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. — 27 March 1902

fl A VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., March 27, 1902. NUMBER 28. IT SUITS HIM. A n J He is Not a UnitcJ Prcsby. tcriiin. Either. We give space to tlio following comments on Rev. J. L. Grove's Nermoii which appeared in the "News"of March 13. Editou.) Having just finished reading Brother Grove s sermon, I feel that I would like to express my approbation of its merits. It certainly is a masterpiece of deep well chosen expressions from God's word. Pew men of Brother Grove's calibre, outside of the Primitive Baptists are to bo found. So many are afraid to de clare the whole council of our Lord. The sermon is certainly replete with the absolute predes tination of all things that man is iu His presence, as the grass of I tie field. Mau was created upright, but by his own perverseuess has gone astray; ,but notwithstanding his apostasy from his original state God loves him still, and gave the life of his Sou,a ransom for him to be testified in due season. That man is, and what he does, is proo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 March 1902

IEATH PENALTY FOR JAMES E. WILCOX Dafty of Murder In tbe First Degree is the Jary'g Verdict. frne trisoners lawyer weeps Hit Fitter, Too, If Deeply Affected -Tie Local Opinion Considers the Punishment Jnt Judge Oeorge A. Jones Sentenced tUm to Be Hasted on Friday, April 28 Ap peal to Be Tikes to Slit Supreme Court Elizabeth City, N. C, (Special). James E. Wilcox, charged with the mur kier of Ella Maude Cropsey, was con victed of murder in the first degree by tle jury. Judge George A. Jones sentenced him to be hanged by the neck on Friday, April 28, between the hours of 10 and 3 o'clock. The jury filed into the courtroom as the town clock tolled out the hour of 10 P. M. G. F. Derrickson was made sookesman. Henry Jennings, clerk, commanded Wilcox to stand, raise his rieht hand and face the jury. ""Gentlemen." said the clerk, in the usual form, "have you agreed upon your verdict ? "We have," was the reply of the spokesman. "What sav you guilty or not guilty?" "Guilty." " "In what degre...

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 March 1902

BENEFITS OF ADVERSITY Jr. Talmage Says We Most All Oo Through Some Kind of Thrashing Process for Our Own Good, frlanpk Always Comet Alter Misfortune (treat Need It Solace. ' Wasiiisoto, D. C From a process familiar to the farmer Dr. Talmuge draw lessons of consolation and encouragement for people in sorrow and adversity. The text ia Isaiah xxviii, 27, 28: "for the Btches are not thrashed with a thrashing Instrument, neither ia a cart wheel turned shout upon the cummin, but the fitches are beaten out with a staff and the cum din with a rod. Dread corn ia bruised be cause he will not ever be thrashing it." Misfortunes of various kinda come upon various people, and in all times the great need of ninety-nine people out of a hun dred ia aolace. Look, then, to this neg lected allegory of my text. There are three kinds of seed men tionedfitches, cummin and corn. Of the last we nil know. But it may be well to Itate that the fitches and the cummin were mall seeds, like the caraway or the chi...

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 March 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, AUrch 27. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVItHTISIMO RATKS. Per aquare of h ne .1 tlmt II M. I'er square e::eh mi '.sequent Insertion ... . tl. All tidverlisement Inserted for lesa thtID throe month centred by the tenure. 3 mo. Hmo. 1 yr. Vifir.,iH'Tiji).nr:ni.(. ivim. 4i.oi. rui.oo. 40 HI. N 00. 7MU. One-fourth column.., Onc-hiitf cohiiiiii On Column Nothing Inserted for lew thim II, Professional Cards one yeartVi. The Words in a Lead Pencil. Some oue has been calculating the number of words iu a lead pencil, and he has published the result iu a New Orleans paper. "I have," ho says, "been figuring ou the possibilities of words in a lead pencil. In the first place the average pencil is seven inches long. The average diameter of the pencil used by men who write a great deal is one-twelfth of an inch. Considering the wood and lead the poiut of a pencil meas ures about o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 March 1902

FULTON COUN' Y NEWS. Conveniences For the Te Drinking English Ladies. Xew designs or modifications in the line of JioiiHohold conveniences possess a perennial interest for the housewife, particularly tho alert American who keeps watch for ev erything tliiit will lighten the work nf tho household or is calculated to ndd to the convenience or comfort of the incinliers of the family. Ingenious as are our Yankee in-eiitor.-t, they do not enjoy the com plete monopoly in the way of in-M'luiveni'.-s. In tho land whcYo aft ernoon tea holds such sway as in Kuglund it is to he expected that t-oine genius would find a way to make it easy for the tea drinker to handle his cup of liquid refreshment and the accompanying biscuit or cake at the same time. A little con '.rivance has been devised which is attached by means of a clip to the teacup and a handy and practical resting place for the cracker, sand wich, etc., is thus provided. The U'U infuscr with its long handle is anollier convenience tha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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