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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
. I J ., VOLUME 3. MCCONNELLSBURG. PA., June 5, 1902. NUMBER 38. i NORTH DAKOTA. Nig Country, Nig Crops, Big Machinery &c. Dbak Editou : The Pulton County Nows reaches me regu larly, and the intelligence that it brings from my old home county in the Keystone State, would awaken a feeling of homesickness sometimes if it were not for the fact that I am kept busy trying to make a showing, and improve a homestead of 100 acres. For the information of my Ful ton county friends, I will state that I am located in Towner coun ty, North Dakota, 50 miles direct ly north of the west end of Devil's Lake (I am sure every school boy remembers seeing thatlake mark ed on the map in his geography), and about 27 miles south of the in ternational line which separates North Dakota from Manitoba. After looking through nine or ten states of the Union, I pulled up at this place four years ago; and since that time I have observ ed the seasons here, the more or less peculiar growth of small grains such a...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
tOCKAWAY BEACH SWEPT BY FIRE 'Elerta Hotels and Several Otber Build lofi Entirely Destroyed. POUR PERSONS LOST THEIR LIVES. Tit Fir Stifled la the Framt Stridor Oc espied by tb Kasteas la Short Tim It Spread to at L'aapled Brick Building, aad Thta Leveled Eleven Others The Lois b Estimated at Abont $120,000. New York (Special). Max Kasten, &3 years old, and Mrs. Lydia McKrow, the same age, lost their lives in a fire which swept away many buildings at Rockaway Beach. Thomas S. McKrow and his five-year-old son Frank ; Martin Hanson, 28, and Morris Kasten, 75, were injured and ta ken to a hospital in Long Island City. Several hours later young McKrow died, and the father was reported to be dying. The fire started in the frame dwelling occupied by the Kastens. In a short time it spread to an unoccupied brick building, and then in succession leveled the fol lowing structures: Kastcn's Hotel, the Colonnade Hotel, the Casino, Walters' Hotel, Sagamore Hotel, Burns' Hotel, Seaside Avenue...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
I FROM BETHEL TO BETHEL Sunday Dlscourst by Dr. Chapman, th Noted PaslorEvaafetlsL Thirty Yaars f Tim Btwta th Tts Virloai Exstrtoocas ot Jacob Pray At Uti T Nrw Yoiik CtTT. The Rev. Dr. J. Wil bur Chapman, tlie popnlar pastor-evtngel-ist, who in now preaching to overflowing congreratinna in thin city, hnn furnished the following, eloquent sermon to the preM. It wan preached from the text ''Let us arise and go up to Bethel." Gene ait 35: 3. I doubt not you have frequently aeen the sky when throughout a long day it has heen overcast with clouds, only now and then the aun would break forth but for a moment and then the curtain would be drawn together once more and only the cloud were to be aeen. To me thia ia an illustration of the life of Jacob. The aim breaks through at Bethel, and while thia seems to be a mixing of figures, for the hour of the vision waa in the night, yet the glory of heaven waa upon him brighter than the shinim of the aim. It pushes ita way through at Poniel, once...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. .B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 5. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADTIHTlNINa RATSS. 1 Vr ftnunre of lino 3 time II M. J'r Hquui-e tiWi Nuiweijuent Irmerliun.... NO. Alt MtlvcrilHriHutH iuiterttHl for leu than three month cenrxrd by the wiuare. 8 diih. rtni7H. I yr. 6Tifou7thiMnm iivum tsumrr jaunt Ono-hillf i-nUliim ".(. l HO. N) l)0. One Coluniu 4Q.UU. I bft.OU. 7N.W. No hfnir Innprti'd for Ipm than II. ... Pruleiwlonal Curds one year!). Thougiits of Others to Help Yon Think. SHei'lf liy (!. S. Hfrlln. Every promise is built upon four pillars : God's justice, which will not suffer him to deceive; his grace, which will not suffer him to forget; his truth, which will not suffer him to change; and his jxw er, which makes him able to ac complish. A good book an hour a day will in twenty years lift her or him who reads it to the morning plane of vision and enjoyment. Whoever says th...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
FULTON COUNTY NEWS. i--- , ' ALL OVER THE HOUSE. " SHow a Woman of Moderate- Meant ) i ourad Some Flna Picture. , , "There's one idea at least In home Kocoration that the magazine! de flroteii to that subject have not yet uiirard of," remarked nn observant oung man with a keen sense of the iirtintic. Continuing, he said: "I I visited my sister recently, and, know- S . .1 . l' ?. 1 - 1 ing tne romcr nmiica means oi ner luirbnnd, I was much surprised at I he mnny beautiful pictures that decorated tho walls throughout the lioutie water colors they sccmod to 'e, and the touch of the master i.nnd was apparently evident. "I asked my sinter how she hap pened to have such a wealth of art. She smiled and told me the secret. Kvcry time she saw a really artistio halftone print plain black and white, you know in any of the Jiopular magazines she cut it out lincl mounted the picture on a heavy piece of cardboard. Then with a lioy of water colors . she herself luiii'tcd over the print, the varyin...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
SWEETANO.TWENTY. Sweet-and Twenty, would too think 6uch dream of white and pink Can be caught by pen and ink 80 completely? Here you are a bud in May, True to life in every way. Always slad and always gay, Smiling sweetly. Painty young ariatocrat, Tell me, won't you, under that Captivating picture hat, How to win you: Tall me how ahall ('lipid make You a raptire for my aake, W hat must be hi word to wake Ixive within you? SJ ECIL WILCESTER - lie pro I nounced It "Wllster" was VJV something of a Joke In Cimar- "" ron Vallry. where he hud sot up what he called a "villa." Ho had fenced In about ten acres which he called a "park." built a queer kind of a cottage which he called a "bunga low." and set about leading a nonde script sort of frontier life that wag at variance with all the traditions and utilities of the region. His ranch, which lay along the wooded margin of the river, was more of a game preserve than a farm, for the owner knew as lit tle as he cared about agriculture. He co...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 June 1902
' "tfrrny Too rwr. Aa abeohita rare for ail toot troublse. Guaranteed to ctop all odor and esoeaslre Mreplretton. BrlDfrs rd, fromlne;, smarting, ttirvd and teador feet to perleotl nonoiJ noodltlon. eoperiorto1Martile for ladles. Xh, powder doee away with tbe UM ol dress shields. Prna-jtlsts, or iwnt direct In band one (prtnkla top tin pack ae;e for i5o. Eiiwin T. IUmiu, Maker, Woodstock, Vt. Hi easier to make a fool of a man that to maif r Iran of a foo!. Ohio Iim' Tetterlne. W. 0. MoCall, GrefiTllle.O.. writes: "I find your Tetterlne to be a raarrelously Rood thin for akin diseases." 60c. a box from J. T. Khoptrine, RaTaonab, Ga., your drug girt don't kp It. The nan who invents excuses inrariablj infringes on an old patent ' ask Tnr Daaltr ForAllea'a Foot-iTe.e, A powder. It rests the feet. Caret Corns, Banlons.Bwollen, Bora, Hot. Callous, Anhlnfr, Bweattnit Feet and Inirrowlne: Neils. Allen's Foot-Eaee maker new or tight aboet easy. At all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cent. Ac c...
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Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Wall paor from 2 cents a roil up. Thompson A Stech. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Comorer of Burnt Cabins, spout last Fri day with friends at McContiolls bur. . Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates andean saMy be given t children. All dealers. Walter Hays and niece, Miss Beatrice, and Balsley Byers, all of Uancock spent Memorial Day . at McOonnellsburg. ' Many valuable presents are being added to the list for the re turn of tags from "Honest John" Plug Tobacco. T. J. Thompson has been con fined to his room for several days with rheumatism. There is a tablosxon packed free iu each package of "lieckrr man's Star Coffee". The Coffee costs you no more than others and is guaranteed better. Ralph Reed of this place has been confined to his home for more than live weeks with a se vere attack of rheumatism. There is no larger piece of To bacco made for the Money than "Bedford Plug" and forty(40) strips from 10c cuts will secure a handsome knife. P. L. Finiff of Pi...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 June 1902
mwB. VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG. PA., June 12, 1902. NUMBER 39. EDITOR BARRON WRITES ACAIH. Ills Recollections of Kev. White, Lawyer Cline, and Others. f For the Information of Mr. Barron's old time MeConnellBburjT friends, we will state that after the eldor Mr. Bar ron had sold his farm near McOon nWlHburjr, now owned by Hon. Peter Morton, the family moved to Iowa In 1850 James, who Is so kindly enter taining the McConnellsbiirR readers of Hie News, with his reminiscences, came back to Ohio and spent four years in a school at Hayesville. From Hayes ville he went to Jefferson college at ('anonsburg, and raduated from that institution in 1801. 18G5 he went down to West Virginia, taught school three years, and during that time was mar ried. In 1M18 he went to Missouri where his mother and brother Will then lived, was admitted to the bar, and practiced law there until 1808, when he went to Loudonville, Ohio, and practiced four years. He then bought the Troy, O., Democrat and published it...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 June 1902
-" 'CTSTtlD TTiIN JOTS TEE 110 Dm m Kilted iu! Tifty !r-ni ere Unturell. EiCAPE OF SCOJES HrF TflWli. A TloJo art rxwlvo toad Iar"'rni fHo H liofl Arofttt o foannw Immr Urn Hmgpum wl Wu-Unnn itan ooao AM Socarty Mae itti 3ltm Alpena, Mich., ,'rtpet:uil i iii rwr.ir Kn tram or the Iierrnr niul TiiuOKnurw KauJway which left hcri at 7.17 tir imj: team, cnnmmt nf air -engine .anil or cachet, and carry nip over 5 -intimit. wrecked at Xiack Rivet, whiit -mo aonir, of mites an hour (htr -mati -wait SBaRantH kilted, thret' wrrr nrtmubn rui sjaliy iniured and -near1 ?: ntem- tr--arrtvrd tn.ntries of variniB- uejrr- -in m m.,i;y, -ranging Iran: inturr ami' tut'. r broken limbs. Thr trxctrrsinn av muter rtur mMiiirr if the German Aid nrrv nf '.me When thr tram Trachci: Biuof. Live- th: ewiici turn Tied thr -mia. Lurmrtr j-nn-pcr jnmamiy aet thr nrirruKp- anit! -rt-omted his rnpimi Thr fludiiirr. -fttm Ihrrw -She tors; -tirret xmictief rfi tnt Tram of; the rack and aim th; mux a he first car wa...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 June 1902
SPIKfflAL HArriMSS Sndsy Dirc by "Dr. Chapman, the Whr fta rat Artead C torch team Ofrcii fry ?lt.Otefi-"Tle Vthr af 5-rmaatha. "Krw Totk CtTT. The Bv.1r . .T . Wij Jkjt Chapman, the Tporniiar paMor-evano'.-who now prearhinjE to overflowinc; r-rma-recritiana in thm city. hai tnratahwi the loliowinjr vtfwinmt aermnn to thr Te. It waa ftrfc-hd from the tet 'Am! the ttjbti mid TH- woman, whom Trmj snreat to he with mr. thp mvp m of the tree, and 1 Ad eat" rnei4 3 12. Thw mnv be counted a atranae trtt for wrmon with mwh a theme aft th and et we will all arree. 1 am orr. that nil men are tne arm of Adam in thu rerinert a wtl! a m others, tor then i afwar- a dKTKit'oT) to xpnr pIi and Tiiare re fnrmi' :i-fT rron pome onr elp tor wronr doinj and taiiore. J hare went nut ieTtert thvKijh nome perconai triend asfcmc: tno who were tuir -at Ten riant tmui rhnrrh T" rre ro th reason tor th"-r portion and I hire bn am-nr;1 tn r hr Tnnny bar found txult Witn 1 nr rhirrrh. ar-d hvn wrrv many with t...
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 June 1902
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