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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 May 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. A BABY KANGAROO. Thero is a baby kangaroo, Just born, at tbo zoological park upon which arc fastened the hopes and ambitions of every ono connected with tho big animal pliicc. Ifo carno into existence only a few days ago and marks a new era in the history of the zoo, for ho is the first infant kangnroo to show his tiny head at the zoo and one of tho few ever born in captivity. So far his head is tho only part of his small body that has been seen. ' Ho has not yet left his mother's pouch, but is content and will be for some time to view tho world from between his parent's paws. The dnv he was. born his mother Immediately placed him in the pouch made for that purpose by nature, whence ho has not yet issued. Ev ery now and then ho thrusts a deli cately formed head into the open air and purveys tho surroundings. Each appearance is hailed with de light by the animal men. . Tho head of tho baby resembles that of a black and tan puppy. The ryes aro bright and clear, nea...

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. — 15 May 1902

ONLY ONE WAY IS RIGHT. "My boy," said Focle Ilirnm once, while giving me advice, "The saw that doesn't wobble is the one that cut the ice. The m tht close npplies itself, within iu narrow groove, Will soon or lute fuluil it work lv keeping, on the move, Vhn half way through, temptation may beet it, like as not, To leave the place that inmeth hard anil seek n thinner apotj Hut shifting aaw will hum at length, when failure they invite: There's muny a way o' iloin' thingn, but only one way' right! "And bear in mind, my liny, through life, If tempted task to shirk, Success is but a second crop, the aftermath of work. A lubricator tried and true ia perseverance oil. And fortune' amile is rarely won except by honest toil, , A safe rroaa-cuf to fame or wealth Iih never yet been found, The men upon the height to-day ure those who've gone around The longest way, inspired by the savin', somewhat trite: Therc'a many a way o' Join' things, but only one way's riht." . I knew my Uncle Ilirnm had ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 May 1902

THE SURGEON'S KNIFE Mrs. Eclds Stevenson of Salt Lake City Tells How Opera tlons For Ovarian Troubles May Be Avoided. "Piiah Mr. Pinkham t I suffered with Inflammation of the entries and womb for over six ye.rs.endnr)ii(r aches nd pains which none enn dream of but those who hare had the same expe- MRS. ECKIB STEVENSON, rience. H iindreds of dollars went to th doctor and the dnijffrlst. I was simply walking medicine chest and a phvs ioal wreck. My sister residing in Ohio wrote ma that she had been cured of womb troublo by usinor Ljdla E. PlnVttam's Vegetable Com pound, and advised me to try it. I then discontinued all other med icinei and gave your Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. Within four weeks nearly all pain had left me ; I, rarely had headaches, and my nerves were in much better condition, and I was eured in three months, and this avoided a terrible surgical operation," Mrs. Eckis Stbvknsok, S50 So. State St., Salt Lake City, Utah. $iooo forfait If om Uittmonlal It not gen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 May 1902

Brick tor sale at Morton's yard. The Dold Hams and Shoulders are the best. Buy thorn at Irwins. Mrs. Johu F. Johnson of Luidig and Miss Nettie Mellott who has her homo with Mrs. Johnstou, spent lust .Saturday with friend at McConuollsburg. Air Dried sliced Beef at Irwins iu any quantity. Beautiful, hardy, entrancingly fragrant once planted, Lists a lifetime "The Cinnamon Vine," new from China. Hoots only five cents. For sale by D. Malloy. Try Irwin on Cakes and Crack ers. Tweuty-live nice fresh Va rieties to select from. Foil Salm .Corn for sale. "Will trade for good young cow fresh. Jersey preferred. D. Edwaiu) Fork. Knobsville, Pa. Buy all your Groceries at Ir wius, and get the best Goods at the lowest prices. Without any apparent cause, a valuable stallion died for Mr. Wil son Waltz iast Sunday -a-week. About a year ago, Mr. Waltz's dwelling was burued. It does seem, sometimes, that troubles never come singly. There is a tablespoon packed free in each package of "Heckor mau's Sta...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

mbt $vmm mtti VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., May 22, 1902. NUMBER 36. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON STATE Hert Alexander's Impressions of the HlR Uond Country. Davknidkt, Warhinuton, May II. Euitoh news : Although the "News"is altnoat a week old when it reaches me, I greatly euj y it. I caunot toll much about Wash iugtou, as I have only been here about a mouth. Of course, all is not sunshine here, and many peo ple who come here meet with dis appointments especially if they , have had high expectations. A bout 99 per cent of those who have come here and staked themselves down and have remained ayear or so, are very enthusiastic over the "Big Bend" country. The best testimony in favor of any place is the spirit of content among its people; aud I am free to say that I have never found a locality whoso people were so well satic tied with their prospects. That people here do some com plaining is true. This is not heav en; for people get sick here, a bad liver causes impatience, and peo ple are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

SCORES KILLED BY TEXAS TORNADO Setweeo Fifty and One Hundred Persons Reported Killed. STORM SHATTERS PART OF TOWN. tight Blocks el Bslldlnts la Oallid Swept Away Otbr Towns Partly Wrecked by lb Farfeai winds Scores l Homes Are Blows Down Stole Asylna for lbs Blind al Aistla Considerably DiBifed. Houston, Tex., (Special). A special Irwrn Goliad, Tex., says: At. 3 45 o'clock In the afternoon a tornado siruck the .historic town of Coliad and left death and desolation in its pathway beyond the power of pen to portray. ' There were from loo to ISO persons killed. A correspondent reached the scene at f o'clock on a special train from Vic toria, Tex., which brought doctors, riursei and medicines, friends and rela tives of Goliad people and the O'Connor Guards. . The view which met the eye on reach ing the scene of destruction, which was in the western part of the city, was ap palling. Between Church and Patrice streets, which run north and south, for a distance of a mile only one house was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

PILATE'S QUESTION. Sunday Discourse by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Lessons Driwa From Hit Fallura to Sell Salvation Refuted to Enter the Kingdom ot Cod. New York Citt. The following sermon in one prepared for publication by the Kev. J. Wilbur Chapman, America's beet-known evangelist, who ia now preaching to over flowi ig congregations in thia city. It la en tilled "Pilate's Question." am! ia to""''": on the text, Mutt, xxvii, 22: ")) hat shall I do then with Jeu which is called ( hrist? It would not be possible for vi cither to understand or appreciate thia passage of Scriiture without studying that which im mediately precedea it, and likewise that which follows. Next to Jesus Himself the important character on the scene ia l'ilatc, who asked the above question. One never thinks of him without a shud der, because ha is one of the men who came so very near to entering the kingdom of God, and yet, after all, miserably failed. He came very near taking hit Tilace with Jose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. M c CO N N E LLS 13 U RG , PA. Thursday, May 22. l(X)2. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AWVKKTIHINO HATKH. IVr quaro or B line :l tlm II )'er sijutir? riih uliseiiuent. Inwrtlon SO. All utlvi'i ti-'i im'nt.i Inserted for lew thllD Ihreo months ecurni'd liy the niiuure. M nion. i tltno. i 1 yr. .l?v"0.7f3iMio. j fclo on, . .V'io. 4tut. bti.tn). .. (em). W.0l. I 7!S l Ono-fourth I'olumn.. Ouc-hsilf column ( int" Coium' . . Nothini: insert fil for les thun 1. l'ritfi'..Nnin:tl limit one yeur In. I low to Stand Correctly. Few women kuow how tostaud correctly. Perhaps you yourself have not yet ohtaiued the proper poise of the body and confess it is on account of ignorance. Walk up to the tirst wall you find, touch it with your nose, chest (not the? abdomen), ami toes, and right thouyou have the correct posture. The hips are thrown back, the ab domen iu, and the back has attain ed the stylish lla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

rULTON COUNTY NEWS. i - j(umor1i t)ay. Memorial Day will bo observed by services intlie Court House on May 30, under the auspices ot King Post. Addresses will be de livered by M. K. Shaffner, Esq., and Hon. S. W. Kirk. Mrs. Geo. V. Keisuor, assisted by a choir of youug ladies, will furnish music (lurinf? service . The Sunday Schoolswith their teachersare re quested to attend aiulassist in the distribution of dowers at theceir oterios. Committee on (lowers: Mrs. Lou Jackson, Mrs. N. lioet.tffer, Mrs. Fred l.ilnck and daughter, Mrs. Abram Ilunyau, Mrs. Jas. . Ikiiinel, Mrs. K liuninl, Mrs. Ma lildallelinan, Mrs. Chas. Uender, Mrs. U.oiiry Comeror, Mrs. I). S. Fleck, Mrs. I). T. Fields, Mrs.Sal lio Cook, Mis.ses Nellie Comeror, Myrtle Comeier, Grace Shinier, Alice llamil, Olive Grissinrer, Murine Cirissinjter, Kittie Cook, and Netha Neabit. Services to commence at 1 o' clock P. M. Elliott Hay, D. C. Flix:k, Amkam Rcnyax, D. T. Fholds, Committee. To every patriotic citizen of Mc Ctiunel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

p?p) O'er the grave cf the Nation, MVjLj! 1 fi&f T!lf """ Mmo"" " tlumbtrlng i 'ft An,1 tht kamifvl lili'S of lot In ' Ovi thei' b'tastt on fit hilh". ijtit yt. 't D-i The bioitfmi cf loie fflt the e!J brigadei V fi'rffllw'f J They sleep, eijtrr till the miLl Itory; J tfwh VfV 1)1 1 ,7;c tnnfh. the tt'engih tf the stn7 I ffi'"A W jS'i Cj'lhtZePs-cf alt. ffiWlIM V Th.tr S',"'C unto, liberty &UtM jifa 1 niftier their br'easff ant 'SirB i ja ff i. Vly'l ' "r' '(ic , sSS' I w'f ur Lne' r"'" ,"t l"s''r f-'K WS y of J. lui' FLOWER5 FOR ' Shall the heroes of the Navy who lie dead In the sea be honored with the soldiers on Decoration Day? Tlie Idea la of classic beauty banda of -children marching to the beach, with songs and Invocations, scattering flaw rs upon the Ocean Sepulchre! This exquisite memorial ceremony 1s the Inspiration of a California woman, Mrs. Armltage S. C. Forbes, of Los Angeles, the city of angels and of flowers. Her appeal last year awak ened wide and immedtate ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

SUFFERED 25 YEARS With Catarrh of the Stomach Pe-ru-na Cured. ! Conrtaamitn Dotkln, of Winflrld, Kan. In rtcent letter to Dr. Hartman Con gresninn Botkin lays: "My Dear Doctorit give me plea-urn to certify to the excellent curative finali ties of your medicines l'eruna and Mann lin. I tave been afflicted more or less fur a quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation. A residence in Washington has increased these troubles. A few bottles of your medicine bavo given me almost complete relief, and I am sure that a continuation of them will effect a permanent cure." J. D. Botkin. Mr. L. F. Verdery, a prominent real es tate agent, of Augusta, Ga., writes: " I have been a great guff erer from catarrhal dyapcpala. I tried many physician, visited a good many Hprlny. but I believe l'eruna has clone more for m than all of the above put together. 1 eel like a new per Hon." L. F, Verdery. The most common form of summer ca tarrh is catarrh of the stomach. This is generally k...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 May 1902

1 trick for salt; at Morton's yard. Dr. W. L. McKibbin is spend ing a few days in town this week. Tho Dold llama and Shoulders are tho best. Buy tliotn at Irwius. F. McNaughtou Johnston, Kscj., catno Ixijno a few clays ago. Mr. Johnston is a candidate for con gross. Miss Ada L. Bauu of Pleasant Bulge spent last Saturday at Mc Connellsburg. Air Dried sliced 1.5oc at Irwius in nuy tpiantity. Tho Owl Crook baud has boon employed to furnish music for tho memorial exercises in this place on the ilOth of May. Beautiful, hardy, eutrancingly fragrant once planted, lasts a lifetime "The Cinnamon Vino," new from China. Boots only live cents. For sale by D. Malloy. Try Irwiu on Cakes and Crack ers. Twouty-tive nice fresh Va rieties to select from. W. Swope and his sister Miss Ada of Si pus Mill called at the News ol'tice while in town last Sat urday. Fuu Sale .Corn for sale. Will trade for good youug cow fresh. Jersey preferred. D. Euwahi) Poke. Knobsville, Fa. Buy all your Groceries at Ir wiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

VOLUME 3. McCONNLLLSBURG, PA., May 20, 1902. NUMBER 37. IOWA -FALLS LETTER. Odds and Ends from A Western Parson. Iowa Fai.i, Iowa, Mav id, iiku. Editou News : "Shad ! Fresh shad ! Hudson River shad !" Just think of hearing a cry like that away out here in Iowu. But I heard it. They were the real thing fresh roe shad and I bought a four pounder at the reasonable price of twelve-anda half cents a pound. fifty cents for the four-pound shad. With no ouo at home but Mrs. S. aud myself, you may know we had iish for several meals. My ! isn't it good though ! We have been in Iowa for nearly twenty-five years arid that was our first treat in shad. My father used to tell about an old German who said, "I like de mackerel besser as de shad. De bigger de bone de eas ier 'ousch a kreaga,' but we did not find many bones in our shad. Perhaps we were so hungry wo ate it "bones aud all." There is no fish in this part of the country equal to the shad. We hope they will ship some more to Iowa Falls. Wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

THE MONUMENT TO ROCIIAMBEAU Aa bnpotlof Demonstration at tbe I'd telling la Washington. PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS OF WELCOME. Tk Ceremonies Notable for Bringing To gether French and American Sallore aid Soldlera and Ctmenllng the Friendship Whkk Waa Bcfia at a Trying Epoch la Ik HI1I017 el This Country. Washington, D. G, (Special). Amid the enthusiastic demonstrations of a great concourse of people the superb 'bronze atatue of Gen. Count i!e Rocham beau, who brought the b ccs of France Irora across the sea at the hour of great eat peril in the American Revolution, was unveiled here. Seldom has an event pre aented 10 many briliant features of mili tary pageantry, and at the same time given occasion for the manifestation of the strong bonds of friendship existing between the French Republic and the United States. For the first time in its history the national capital witnessed the sight of rank on rank of French seamen twinging through Pennsylvania avenue and mingling their checnt with thos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

VISION ONUS FACE. Sunday Discount by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Tie Cbrlftlia Werld Hae Ever Beta Urine, la tbe Rope of This Premise. New YonK Citv. The following cr mon ui one prepared for publication by the Rev.Dr. J. Wilhiii'Chapman, America' bent known evangelist, who ia now preaching to overflowing congregation in thia city. It i entitled "A Vision of Ilia Fare," anil i founded on the text, Hev. aii: 4, "And they ahnll Bee Hia face." . The Apocalypse, or Revelation, at it la more frequently called, ia aiippowd to have been written A. I). M to 97, and thua for 1800 years the Christian world haa been liv ing in the hope nnd inspiration of thia text of Scripture. The glad cry of the faithful everywhere haa been: "Aa for me, I will behold Thy face in righteouxnewi. I ahnll be siiti'icd when I awake with Thy likenesa." Psalm xvii: 15. I wish we might see Him now. We have had hints of Hie beauty, nnd little glimpses of His glory, but oh, to behold Hii.i! We are greatly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

V V. FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, May 29, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIlVBKTISlNJ RATHI. I'rt miunre of d Unci 8 time II Hi. I'er miinirp fiH'ti iilm-viiirnl Inwrllon.... M. AM BUyrrllM-mrnM luserteU for lew thun throe moDllin cmirm-d by tho nqimre. 3 tiios. emuN. I yi fl'ourth oiu7nn Il.vro. I $M.m. One-hull uoluuin iMM. 40. cm. 1 Miui (me Column n.uu. (A.m. ih.n. Nothtnir Inserted for low than II. Prolewtlonal CurtlH one year V. THE TURNPIKE CASE. Supreme Court Refuses Appeal. J U 1) G F. OKLADYS () O N. Tho following is the opinion of the Superior Court in the pro ceedings to condemn that portion of the Chambersburg and Bed ford Turnpike Road in Bedford county. The opinion was filed April 21 and was delivered by Mr. Justice Orlady on behalf of the Court. The history of the Chambers burg and Bedford Turnpike Road began in an act of assembly of February 24, 1806, by which the G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

T'ULTON - COUNTY NEWS. Memorial Day. Memorial Day will be observed by sorvices lathe Court llouso on May 30, under the auspices of King Post. Addresses will be de livered by M. R. Shaffner, Esq., and Hon. S. W. Kirk. Mrs. Geo. W. Keisner, assisted by a choir of young ladies, will furnish music during service-. The Sunday Schools with their toachersare re quested to attend and assist in the distribution of flowers at the cem eteries. Committee on flowers: Mr. Lou Jackson, Mrs. N. Koettger, Mrs. Fred Black and daughter, Mrs. Abram llunyan, Mrs. Jus. Kuinel, Mrs. K. Kurnel, Mrs. Ma tilda Holman, Mrs. Chas. Bonder, Mrs. Houry Comerer, Mrs. D. S. Flock, Mrs. D. T. Fields, Mrs.Sal lie Cook, Misses Nellie Comerer, Myrtle Comerer, Grace Shimer, Alice Hamil, Olive Grissinger, Murnio Grissinger, Kittie Cook, and NethaNesbit. Sorvices to commence at 1 o' clock P. M. Elliott Kay, D. C. Fleck, Abuam Kunyan, D. T. Fieliw, Committee. DangcroiiH If N'eultcted. , Bums, cuts, and other wounds often f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

r D E THAYED'BY'A'P UM PK1N 1 NEVER see a bnrrel of spples I opened, with tho carefully selected J "facer" placed stem up In concern trie circles just beneath the head, -without thinking with somewhat bit ter amusement of the two seasons, nearly a score of years ngo, when Cousin Henry Reynolds nnd I worked Grandfather Putnam's farm on shares. We had been graduated from the rarkerstown High School the preced ing June; ami while we looked for ward to a professional career, both of is wove short of money. As so ninny other? have done In similar circum stances, we taught school the first winter. Henry In District No. 11, Sprlucbrook. and I In the adjoining township of Hickory nidge. He boarded with Deacon Salnthlcl Put nam, our maternal grandfather. The old gentleman had leased his farm for a number of years to a man named Moses Lynch, a plausible fel low, but one of questionable honesty. Grandfather had determined to get rid of him, and when he learned bow eager Henry and I were to ear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

HOSPITAL SECRETS. A Nurse Says: "Pe-ru-na is a Tonic of Efficiency." MRS. KATE TAYLOR. Mrs. Kate Tnnlnr. a aradtMiit nurse of tt"ominence. a (raw h rrrr- fVirlcnoe with l'eruna in an open and professional Handing com bines to give, special prominence !(o her ntiei ante. Ciniv..juvi, xuu. rii Monroe St. "As J far a I have observed J'emna is the finest tonic ny man or woman can use who it weak from the after effect of any nerioti illness. "I have teen it tiserl in a number ot con valescent cases, ond have seen levcrnl o:her tonics iifcd, but I found that those who used l'eruna had the quickest relief. "Pcruna seem to restore vita tit, increase bodily vigor an renew health and strength in a wonderful ly short time." Mils. KATE TAY LOJt. Tti viw o? the great multitude of women suffenntr from mime form of female clis Me and yet mieble to (ind any cure, Dr. Hartmnn, the renowned specialist on fe male catarrhal diseases, has announced hit willingness to direct the treatment of as many cane...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 May 1902

Brick (or sale at Morton's yard. Wall paper from 2 cents a roll up. Thompson & Stecli. M rs. Marg iret Cook of Sylvan is visiting Mrs. S. M. Cook of this place. C. E. Stevens of Dublin Mills spent last Wednesday at McCou uellsbu; g. Foley's Honey and Tar cou tains noopiat.es and can safely be given to children. All dealers. Mrs. Mary Corbin of Waterfall attended the funeral of her niece Mary E',ta Ktlly at this place last Wednesday. Many valuable presents are being added to the list for the re turn of tags from "Honest John" Plug Tobacco. Mrs. D. M. Kendall and daugh ter Ethel, spout last week visiting Mrs. Iirewer, and other friends in Washington county, Md. There is a tablespoon packed free in each package of "Ilecker man's Star Coffee". The Coffee costs you no more than others aud is guaranteed better. Mrs. W. H. McNeil and little son arrived here last Thursday even ing and are visiting Mrs. McNeils , mother Mrs. Sarah Pitttnan. There is no larger piece of To bacco made for t...

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