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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 April 1902

Weak? " I suffered terribly and was ex tremely wek for 12 yearn. The doctors said my blood was all turning to water. At last I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla. and was soon feeling all right again. " Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct. No matter how long you have been 111, nor how poorly you may be today, Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifying and en riching the blood. Don't doubt it, put your whole trust in it, throw away everything else. SI M a kettle. Allernrtlile. Art ynnr doctor what he think of Ayer'e gartaparlll. He knoweall nhmit thtft frrand old family medicine. Follow tile advice end we will be eattinwd. J. C. ay8 Co., Lowell, Km. Saved toy the Sign) Service. Loneleinh Then you didn't propose (o Miss Gotrox after all? Shortleigli Mo. My knowledge ot tnt signal-service code saved mc from mak ing a fool of myself. Longleigh Well, put me on. Shortleinh Just as I was about tc commit myself she hoisted the cold-wave flag. . FITS permanently crarod. No flts or ...

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. — 10 April 1902

I Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Mr. W. II. Willet, of Patterson, I spout a few hours in town, Mon day. Have tlio frouts from "Uecker-1 man's Halting Soda" and secure valuable presents. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Edwards of Six Mile Kun have moved to Thomas town. Mr. J. Emery Ilessler of Pleas ant, liidge spent a few hours in town last Friday. . A daughter was born on the 24th ult, to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. "Woodcock of Altooua. "Ileckcrman's Baking Soda" is "ca pack and even the package is valuable,-- save them. Ft ley's Kidney Cure makes kid ney and bladder right. Don't de lay taking. All dealers. Mrs. (loo. W. Skinner and daughter Miss Mary came over from Chambersburg, Monday. 11. King Mellotthas a full force of men at work on Sharpe Patter son's new house on Water street The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. All deal1 crs. Mr. Dyson F. Fraker of Fort Littleton called at the News office a few minutes while in town last Saturday. Our old frien...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., April 17. 1902. NUMBER 31. PEDDLER DROWNED. Solomon Saner, a Russian Jew, Drowned ut Gregory's Fording. On Wednesday afternoon of litst week Solomou Sager a pack-ped-dler who was "working" the low er cud of the county was drown ed at f I regory ' fordiug i u Thorn p son township. lie took dinner Wednesday at the Jonathan Shives farm up ou tho side of Dickeys mountain. From that place ho went down to thecreok.and uptotheirou bridge at Gregory 's fording where he intended to cross Licking creek, and go toward Hancock. Jared Pittmau lives on the An drew Shives farm a short distance down the creek from the bridge. Sometime during Wednesday af ternoon, Sam Smith, who is em ployed at Mr. Pittmau's, noticed something Heating downthocreek which was very much swollen from the recent rain, and he got a pole and fished the object out which proved to be a peddler's pack. Later a cap was found. The matter was soon noised about the neighborhood, and on going to the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

DAJOR WALLER IS ACQUITTED CMrtMartlal Declorci Him Not Guilty on Charfe of Murder. TUB JUDO.ES STOOD ELEVEN TO TWO. Ctargn Improperly Ordering Id Shoollof I Sinir Nitlvtt Art Not Sustained la th Vordkt Accssed Officer Tellt tnt Conrt Ttat lb Natives ol Stair Rcvtl It Blood ffatlUtt Their Vidian. Manila, (By Cable). Major Littleton W. T. Waller, of the Marine Corps, has been acquitted. He was tried by a court-martial on the charge of killing natives of Samar with out trial. The court stood II to 2 for acquittal. Declared Killing Wat Justified. The trial of Major Waller, who is Irom Norfolk, Va., and an officer with a record of distinguished service in many quarters of the world, began at Manila, March 17. He and Lieut. H. A. Pay, also of the Marine Corps, were jointly accused. The verdict in Lieutenant Day's case has not been announced, but as he was Major Waller's subordinate, he will probably hare the fate of his chief. At the outset Major Waller pleaded "not guilty" to the charge ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

DANGER IN DELAY. Dr. Tannage on the FoHjr of Postponing the Acceptance of the Gospel. Sympathy lor Iht Skeptic The Tine ti B Rel!lout. WASnitoTO!, D. C In the following discourse, prepared by Dr. Talmage before hi illness, the folly and daDger of poet poning the acceptance of the gospel invi tation are exposed on the text, Luke xiv, 18, "And they all with one consent began to make excuse." After the invitation! to a levee are aent out the regrets come in. One man apologize! for non-attendance on one ground, another on another ground. The moat of the regrets are founded on prior engagement. Ho in my text a great ban quet was spread, the invitations were cir culated, and now the regrets cotne in. The one gives an agricultural reason, the other a stock dealer a reason, the other I dotnestie reason. All poor reasons. The fact was, they did not want to go. "And they all with one consent began to make excuse." So now Ood spreads a great banquet. It is the gospel feast, and the table reach...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

J. K. JOHNSTON'S Spring OPENINGS Your attention is called to Wash Silks, Silk Madrases, Silk Ginghams Lawns in white and colors, Dimities in white and color s, Swiss, A job lot of 1000 yards of Cambric and Swiss edgings and insertings from lea yd. up. 200 SUITS for MEN and BOYS; Shoes in all styles, and Hats of the very latest Blocks. Our prices flatter the purses of economical buyers. We are trade keepers as well as trade makers. J, K. JOHNSTON. FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECX, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 17. 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVERTISING RATH. Per iunre of C lines 3 time II so per square each subsequent Insertion.... ft. Ail advertisements inserted for leu than mree monias ceurKeu uy mo ifunrc 3 mos. It moR. 1 yr. One-fourth column lMKT"a.i. i.oi. Ouu-hiil( column -'n.oo. ). Num. One Column 40,00. f OQ. 7S.0U. Noihlnif Inserted for less than II. Professional Curdu one year 16. NICKNAMES IN TH...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. FOR Ttfe LITTLE ONES. A Cuts Little Playhoui the Children Outgrew. West Somerville can lay claim to the smallest house in greater Bos ton. It stand on a lawn close by a ftately house at the corner of High land avenue and Cedar street. It is so perfectly proportioned and the exterior is so well finished with its little pinazii and steps up to the door that at first sight one al most expects to seo miniature be ings from Toyland stalking around the plar. The house is 8 feet wide bv (i feet deep and is 8 feet. 6 inches iiigh to the tip of the roof. The interior SMALLEST HOU8B IN BOSTON. consists of one room, as its size pre cludes the possibility of more for the accommodation of human be ings. Its walls are papered and dec orated and hung with pictures and small ornaments. In the center of the floor stands a small table, with chairs arranged around it, and the whole interior seems so comfortable and cozy that one almost wishes for the magic ring of "Arabian Knights"...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

THE TOWN t a. a. By beautiful stream lie the Town o' Dream, On beautiful lummrr plain. With belli schime a golden time To the tune of a golden strain. The road lies straight through a golden gate - Men rail it the Tort o' Sleep Where far below dim water flow Through chambers cool and deep. D, fair and bright in the broad sunlight, Her streets and her greening bowers, And all day long a sleep)' song Murmurs of love and (lowers. And never a care can enter there, Nor trouble to cause nnnoy. There rest comes sweet to toiling feet And weary hearts lind joy. .Me-" ASSISTANT Chief of the Fire Department Thierry, of St. Louis, who went to his death j last wee is gnllautly perform ing his Jury, belongs to the class of noroes noted toi slightly In the col umns of the press. A soldier In brittle, as a rule, has something tangible be fore him to combat: niuety per cent, of a police officer's work is a mere ex hibition of constituted authority. A flrontan, from the Instant the gong sounds until ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

Half-Sick " I first uted Ayer'i Ssrsapsrllla In the fill of 1848. Since then I have taken It every apring aa blood purify in and nerve atrengthenini medicine." S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans. If you feel run down, are easily tired, if your nerves arc weak and your blood is thin, then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It's a regular nerve lifter, a perfect blood bUilder. .MsMtle. AlUrttrlfta. Aik your doctor what he thlnka of Arsr'a lariapariMa. 110 know All about thlf Rrand old family irmrtiflna. follow hit ulTtcaaoa will bt mtlifled J. C. ATKR CO., I.owfll, Mm. ' At to HrT Teeth. Tess Miss Antique was telling me of the fright she had la.st night. She said she was awakened hy a nbise in her room that made her teeth chatter. Jess How careless of her I Tess Careless ? Jess Yes; doesn't she HMially take them out when she goes to bed ? Where t'linrlty Regan. "How much did you realize from that play you gave for charity?" "We hadn't a cent left over."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 April 1902

Brick fo sale at Morton's yard. Harry Dawucy of Hustontown was ia town Monday, Mr. Albert II. Wilson of Pitts Ymrg is at the Fulton House this week. Save the f routs from "Mocker mail's linking Soda" and secure valuable presents. ' W. II. lless of Dickeys Moun tain, spent a day or two in town this week. "Ileckermau's Baking Soda" is 5c a pack and even the package is valuable, save them. Ciuy Logue of St. Louis is visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Logue in Ayr township. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kid ney and bladder right. Dou't de lay taking. All dealers. David R. Strait of Hustontown, called a few minutes at the News office while iu town Tuesday. Miss Maye Johnson has gone to Iluntiugdou to be instructed iu the arts of fme millinery. The monthly peusiou of Charles W. Evans, of Maddensville, has been increased to $10 per mouth. The surest and safest remedy for kiduey aud bladder diseases is Foley's Kiduey Cure. All deal ers. Richard 1). Mellott returned last Saturday after sp...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

VOLUME 3. FIFTY YKAKK AGO. Kditor Itarrun Kindly Contrib utes Another Chapter on the lvuiiy Days of Our County. Editor News : As you have kindly published my former arti cle, I will try to give you some further rcminescences of the oM cu time. When I begin to recall the scenes and events of those years they come so vividly to my mind that it hardly seems possi ble that half acoutury has passed away and I am now au old man who has passed through the most of life and will soon arrivo ut the end. The organization of the new county and the location of the county seat, raised high hopes and expectations with the McCofl nellsburg people; it was.of course, thought that property would be come more valuable, and that the town would rapidly grow iu popu lati .n. But they were doomed to disappointment. I question if the rise in real estate, all told, ever amounted to the sum expended for the public buildings; and the addition to the population was hardly perceptible. With the ex ception of an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

STEAMER BURNS AND SCORES PERISH Sixty People Lost or Missing la Terri ble Disaster. MANY OF THE CREW MISSING. Steaaer City ol Plttsbarj Destroyed Near Taraers Landing, oa lit Ohio River Tin Ftaaes Break Out at 4 o'clock la the Morn lt aaa Sooa Envelop the Vessel The PatMafera Become Paolc-Strlckeo. Cairo, III., (Special). The side-wheel ateamer City of Pittsburg, bound from Cincinnati for Memphis, was burned to the water's edge at Turner's Landing, on the Ohio River, near Ogden's, 111., 24 miles from this city. It is reported that 60 lives were lost and that many others were badly burned, but the list of losses is not yet definitely determined. All available boats from Cairo went to the scene for relief. The steamer Maud Kilgore brought the survivors here at 6 P. M. and clothing was given them. Capt. John V. Phillips says .10 of the passengers are missing and the same number of the crew. Eighty of those who were on board have been accounted for. Most of the passengers were still in ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

DEATH OF OR. TALMAGE Makei Appropriate Reprinting HIS FAMOUS SERMON Considered by Many the Ma: terpiece of the Great Pulpit Orator "On the Choice of a Wife." MarrUs Hot For All Multitudes Who Never Will Marry, Who Ara Not Fit to MarryHomo Eminent Blunderers Arold Matchmakers Kssentlal Qnall tles Scanty a Benediction. Wabhinotos, D. O. The following discourse is one of a scries of sermons on domestic life delivered several years ogr by the late Rav. Dr. T. De Witt Talnrnge, and by many admirers is considered hif pulpit masterpiece. In commemoration of his death it in now republished. It was founded on the text, Judges xiv, 3: "is there never a woman among the daugh ter of thy brethren, or among all my people, that tliou goost to take a wife of the uncircuntcised Philistines!;" Samson, the giant, ia here asking con tent of his father and mother to mar riage with one whom they thought unlit for hint. He was wiso in a skins; their counsel, but not wise in rejecting it. Cap tivated with ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

' J. K. JOHNSTON'S Spring OPENING! Your attention is called to Wash Silks, Silk Madrases, Silk GirighamsL awns in white and colors, Dimities in white and colois, Swiss, A job lot of 1000 yards of Cambric and Swiss edgings and insertings from 1 c. a yd. up. 200 SUITS for MEN and BOYS; Shoes in all styles1, and Hats of the very latest Blocks. Our prices flatter the purses of economical buyers. We are trade keepers as well as trade makers. J, K. JOHNSTON. , ; ; - 1 1 :' ! 5, r 'i FULTON COUNTY NEWS Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. ! McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, April 2T. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AliVKHTlXIMU KATES. Per mi'iurr of f linos :l time f 1 lvr s.ii;ir' eneh nuli'.eitiieht insertion fto. All lulvtM-li'.rlm'Ut.s Inserted for less thun three month" eenrced by Hie square. a ,,,, H"u,Ni yr t nt--foiirth eoiimiu . . One-hull eohimn i inp Column . ..II.MK). t JMHI. fcn.oti. . . . 'Jrvtin. 40.iV. N in. . ... 40.00. I MOO. I 0U. N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

FULTON COUNfTNEWS.i A UTTLEJJONSENSE. '"" ,n Apology Which Failed to 8atlify the Pcrtona Interested. Onre two gentlemen attended a teinpunmiTj meeting and on return ing homo by u dark and narrow lane were thrown out of their convey nncc. The incident closed with these words: 1 "Fortunntely both men were so ber." The editor received an angry let ter from one of the gentlemen con corned, with a request for an apol ogy. J To war ecjnnl to the occasion. "In our nccount of the unfortunate ac cident to Messrs. ," wrote the editor, "we stated that fortunately V.il. . Tl . until jiirii muiu buuui. xi appears this statement has given great of fense. Wo therefore beg to with draw it." San Francisco Argonaut. Precision. mm "I hear you are building a new lions?." "Yes. I couldn't very well build an old one, you know." Rightly Named. "I hear O'Brien is working again," said the barber. "Yes," said tho bailiff. "He's working for the traction company." "I thought it was for the tele phone company."...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

LITTLE THINCS JIow often In our busy life We spesk a bitter word; We curt not who the listener are., We caro not where 'tis heard. We do not know within our hcr To what it may amount, And truly, it la only one Of little things that count. We often wound the trusting heart liy being insinrere. We do not think that whirh we do May cause, a lonely tear. We give it but a pacing thought, And bother not snout Tha little thins, thnt rise and cause The trusting heart to doubt. We often wrong within oursclf The ones who love u true. Because they tell us of a fault ; We're nil impatient, too. And do not down the angry wordj That to our lips may mount, Hut watch nnd wait: 'tis only one Of little things that count. Kathryn C. a Everybody 'round Tlmly set up n laugh when Peter Jothson and Ills wife moved over on old nisui Grant's west eighty and set up for farming. Peter was always regarded as some thing of a Joke In Hoke (.'omit, ami tho fuel that ho had married Sophie Grant, the prettiest girl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

Poorly? " For two years I suffered ter ribly from dyspepsia, with treat depression, andwaa always feeling poorly. I then tried Ayer'a Sarsa parilla, nd In one week I was rew man." John McDonald, Philadelphia, Pa. Don't forget that it's "Ayer's" Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful. Don't waste your time and money by trying some other kind. Use the old, tested, tried, and true Ayer's Sarsapa rilla. SI. .0 a bottle. All taftftt. An jnor doetor what ha think! of Ayer'a , " u. knnw. nil Klmiit thli srand old family medicine. Follow but advice and "REOUCTO" UA perfectly rinmilrwi vntoraWocooiimnnd. ft pert tireiy and permaiiPutly Hi nil tin tea conmlerej nd tr.porniiouti tlc.b. It In aX it K A lim: 1.1TB and an hi.rmie(ti frekh air Tt.riuanlof vatlfiitn have usw d thla treatment. I'hy Blclnu ondorw) it. VTltetowfr HihK I HbA I MKM' bend Kmir cenmtocorer no-na?. etc. CorruspoiNtMnw uric, it cunfldcntiat. EverTthltiKin plain uraU tl parkAKf. wenonrt youihe formula, tf you tak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 April 1902

Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Iiis Caldwell was ut Ilarris burg Wednesday. Save tho f routs from 'Ilotker man's Baking Soda'" and secure Valuable presents. Miss Mary Hoke went to Phila delphia Wednesday. "llockcrman's Baking Soda" is ."c a )iiick and even tho package is valuable, save tlicni. Mrs. Sadio Cromer of Fort Lit tleton left on Monday to visit her brother "William Cunningham at .Pittsburg. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kid ney and bladder right. Don't de lay taking. All dealers. Miss Mil uie Woollet began a primary summer school at Fort Littleton on Monday the 21st. The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. All deal ers. Silas M. Morgret of Belfast township, announces himself this week as a candidate for county commissioner. If you have auy papering to be done this spriug,it will be to your interest to consult Thompson and Steach. Mr. John Duvall, A. F. Baker, and Jerry Sprowl were among our Wells Valley friends who were in town las...

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

111011 VOLUME 3. MCCONNELLSBURG. PA., May 1, 1902. NUMBER 33. mm Wife TIIK TL'RM'IKK LOSES. The Superior Court Sustain Lower Court. Tho Superior Court ut Pitts-. burg last week tiled tin opinion i: tlic matter of thn proceedings to condemn the nineteen miles of 1 ho Chain bcrsburg aud Bedford Turnpike lying between Bedford and the Fulton county lino ut this to of Ray s Hill. This is regard ed, says the Hawkeyo, as a grout victory for tho citizens of Bed ford county. This proceeding was started iu October, 1900, and was contested on the part of the Turnpike Com pany at every step and every technicality resorted to known to tho law, to delay tho liual deter mination of the case. A month or more was spent iu getting a jury of view and mou of the high est iutegrity and best judgement were finally selected. Martin V. ZoMi, of Hopewell; James L. Ton ley, of Broad Top; Oliver P. Ross, of Saxtou: Jacob Clark, of Mann's Choice; and James M. Kenncll.of Londonderry; with Frank Fletch er, Esq.,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 May 1902

SURRENDERS IN THE PHILIPPINES Ittufxent Leaden and Their Commands in Hands ol Americans. TAKEN PRISONERS BY GEN. (WANT. Caataia L W. V. Kenaoa, ! Ibc Sixth In Hmtrf, Report! Proa lb Island of Negros lb Surrender at tb Ladroae Leader Rufo, With ISS OHIcert aid Men a! Hit Cora and, Tofctber With 12 Quia. Manila, (By Cable). Gen. Frederick I). Grant's exepdition in the gunboats Bbmo and Florida, several steam launch es and lighters, has ascended the Gan lara river, in the Island of Samar, and has brought the Filipino General, Guc varra, and his entire command as pris oners down to the coast. Guevarra's immediate command con sists of Rafael Sebastian, 39 other offi cers, l8q men and 161 rifles. Three hundred natives, with iji rifles, are expected daily to arrive at Catbalo gan, Samar, to surrender. At Sulat, Samar, ,1.000 bolomcn. 28 of them armed with rifles, surrendered. Guevarra succeeded General Lukban in command of the Filipino forces in Sa mar when the latter was captured last Feb...

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