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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 July 1902

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSHURG, PA.. JULY 10, 1902. NUMBER 43. FIFTY YEARS AGO. Editor Harron's First School, liccollcctions of Mrs. Sterret, J no. S. Rohinson, Davy Dniilap and Other. EuiTon Nicws : Thoro wore ono or two other teachers of the oldou time that I should not neg lect to speak of hefore leaving that subject. Ono of those was Mrs. Sterrctt. She camo from Chambcrsburg to McConnells burg about the time my father niovod there or a little after and opened a school iu the stone resi denco which she owned and I presume lived in till her death. She taught continuously whilo wo lived there and was teaching still when I was back there in 1873 ; how long she taught after that I do not know. She was one of nature's noble women. She was intelligent and full of pluck and energy. She loved to do good. When I saw her last she told me she was thankful that she had been the in strument of teaching so many children to read the Word of God. She and my mother and sister were very intimate friends...

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. — 10 July 1902

HANY TOWNS SWEPT BY FLOODS Lobs ol Lite and Property Great la Western New York. -ACRES OP FARMLANDS UNDER WATER. A Weeua Carrie Out tote a Swellea Stream Will tltr Bakcshop and Drowned Houses, Bam and Livestock Destroyed Railroad Trallk la Tied I'p by the Estenslva Wasbonts. Buffalo, N. Y. (Special). A terrific rain and wind storm swept over West ern JJiw York. Rivers and creeks ruse rapidly, overflowing their banks and weeping away houses and barns and live stock. The loss will reach into hun dreds of thousands of dollars. Tele graph and telephone wires are down, nd communication with small towns in Wyoming, Niagara and C.ittaraueits counties is difficult to establish. This city was not in the path of the storm. A dispatch from Arcade says the flood art that place claimed one victim and did many thousand dollars' damage to prop erty. Minnie Loper, who kept a bak ery on the bank of the creek, was drowned early in the day. The down pour and the cloudburst above the vil lage turned th...

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. — 10 July 1902

THE WAGONS ARE COMING Sunday Discourse by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Tk Story of Jacob A Lenon tor the Peo ple of To-Day II We Olve Ourtelree to 0o UnstloUd Blessing Will Be Our. TTSw'ToliK City'. Toe HTev.'.T. Xptlmt "hnpman, the popular pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, who is remarkably niccessful ns an evangelist, haa prepared in interesting sermon upon the subject ot The Wagon Aro Coming. It l nrcached from .the text, "And when he iaw the wagons which Joseph had eent to ;arry him, the spirit of Jacob their father revived." Gcneiss 4.r: 27. There is a fascination nbont the land ot Ecypt which cannot be described in words. There are some particular features of this incient land which impres you. First of nil there is u peculiar haze over the country which is uniike anything to he aeen in any Mhcr part of the world. The sunsets are indescribable, but the most striking thing about Kgvpt is the ruins; on every side ol you are tliee ruins telling of the splcndo...

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. — 10 July 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 6. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 10, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVKKTIS1NO KATBH. Per square of s lines ft times tt W. per Hquwre euoli Miiiseuuent Insertion.... M. A!l ulvt'rli.tttltnl, Inserted for leu than three mouths oh;irKed by the square. 3 mos. j liniOK. ( I yr. One-fourth .Mliimn. One-hnir column On." t.'olunm ..!". i. I Hum. I fcto . Jr.. 1. 4000. 40.01. M.00. 7n UO. Nothing ItiMTted for I'ss than 11. Prulmsionul (Jttriln one year (o. ROADS AND PATHS FOK RURAL HOMES. Tlio most apparent weak spot poceptihlo in tho arrangement of tin- ordinary country place is in the roads aud paths. Having had many opportunities of noting this and of repairing mistakes in this way, it has seemed to me a useful matter to bring to notice in your columus, especially at this time, when such work as this may be most conveniently and cheaply done. Such work must be like the typical chain, f...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 July 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. WORDS OF WISDOM. When in doubt tell the truth. Samuel Clemens. What makes life dreary Is want of motive. George Elliot. A laugh Is worth a hundred groans In any niorket. Clms Lamb. Honent food humor Is the oil and wine of a merry meeting. Irving. lie is a wise man who wastes no en ergy on jut ran its for which he Is not fitted. Gladstone. If you will be cherished when you are old, be courtoous when you are young. John Lyly. There Is nothing so powerful as ex a nple. We put others straight by walk ing ourselves. -Mine. SweU;hine. If you would hit the target, aim a little above It. Every arrow that flies feels the attraction of earth. Longfel low. Have a purpose in life, and having it, throw such strength of mind and muscle Into your work as God has giv en you. ("arlyle Formerly we were guided by the wis dom of our uncestors : now we ore hur ried along by the wisdom of our de scend ants. Home. Thou hast but one inalienable right, and that is the sublime one of doin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 July 1902

1 1 HOME. Bt ITHKI.WYS Wherever fn fnr ditinl farm The orchard trecii lift hnuntcoii rm, The lune is grane-leaved, ivnmlland dense, The rhipmuiik leaps the rinz.ig fence. The hore from the plow's lat round Ih-ink with a deep, nwect, cooling sound, And with the soft young morni ntlont Come up the frogs' henrt-caitiR note. And trce-tond' emllrn melody, Oh, thnt in home. Is restful home to me. . , .0 eases aess&ea THE PARSONS PLACE. :89gS YTT HE Kill's eyes followed the I ( traiu wistfully, until only a I film of smoke was left hang- ing in the uir. Then bIk turned aud faced the desolate link station. "I believe I'm marooned'." she groaned. "There isu't a soul in yes, there's n boy. Have I got to ask blut for help?" The boy was brown very brown. Ills trousers were crammed carelessly Into big top boots, and the boots were muddy. The boy was bis aud awk ward nnd baKhful. He sidled away down, the deserted platform, us If to escape as soon as possible. He did not look up once. "Oh, wai...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 July 1902

It ( Not 1 il I ' Mr. Wante.-knowe (savagely) Idle , curiosity? Great Scott, not Yours is the most perniciously active, wide awake, sleepless, energetic curiosity it was ever my fate to encounter. Tit Bits. . "You re up pretty early this morn ing, Willie," said the milkman. The KlrKIn- furl. "Yep," replied Willie, without look ing up from the dime novel. "Mom sent me tcr bed las' night jes' as Hand some Harry wuz goin' to rescue the beauteous maiden." Merrill' Feat Pawusr. An absolute cure for all foot trouble. Guaranteed to stop all odor and xwlve pemplrntion. Brings red. burning, smarting, tired and teodflr feet to a per.Vct.ly normal rendition. A auperlortollet artlole for ladieB. This powder doen sway with the use of dreaa ablekla. Druggists, or sent direct In hand some sprinkle top tin package for 26o. Eowia F. Msaaiutu Maker. vVooditock. VU 1 An epidemic of scarlet fever hna been traced to tame pigebna in Cincinnati, Ohio New Jeraev "kin Troubles Can't resift Tntterine. "I hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 July 1902

Brick for sale at Morton's yard. John Hoover of Chamborsburg, is visiting friends in this place. M'W. Naco sjHint the Fourth nt Grpowantlo as the guest of J. 11. Davison. "I locker man 'a "Star Coffee" lias a tahlesionri free in each pack and it is better coffee than other package co ff ee an d cos ts no mo re. " D. A. Washabaughof Ayr town ship was one of Monday morn ing's profitable callers at the News oftico. Clarence Trout, wife and child, of Mercersburg, spent tho fourth with Mrs. Samuel Kelly in this place. "It's made from the best Hurley Ixaf grown. What Why "Hon est John" Plug and you get pres ents for the tags." The Pennsylvania Dental Asso ciation, this year, are having their annual outing, this week, at Bod ford Springs. Dr. West will preach iu the schoolhouso in the Meadow- grounds next Sunday afternoon at half past two o'clock. Editor H. W. Peck, wife and niece Miss Cora, of this place are spending a few days at Bedford Springs. L. C. Mann, one of Everett's leading merc...

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

Altera VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSHUKG, PA., JULY 17, 1902. NUMBER 44. FOR THE BOTS AND GIRLS. "Little Fulton" Chat Familiarly About Herself. While Pennsylvania contains an area of about 45 thousand square miles, it was thought by those who organized it in 1782 one hundred and tweuty years ago that three counties were quite enough; and so, the territory wo now call Fulton county was then covered by the wings of Chester county. Well, we lived with the Chester county people and got along well enough uutilone morn ing in May 1729, when we arose from our beds, wo found oursel ves in Lancaster county. Settle ments had extonded westward from the Delaware until there were a large number of people living in Chester county who thought they might cut loose from the mother county. They peti tioned for a new organization and they got it, the new county was called Lancaster, and we were in it. Against the Lancaster county people we had no cause for com plaiut, and we soon felt quite at homo with our Du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 July 1902

102D SALISBURY SUCCEEDED BY BALFOUR tctirtef Premier Gives Advancing Years Aid Failing Health as Reasons. WHY RUMORS OF OTHER CHANOES. Tin New Ctalcl of tht Cabloel. It if Silted, WW Ressali Government Lender Id tht Him at Canaoi-Cbtmberlala li laid 1 accept tin New Situatloa la a aioil Ckcarlal Manner. London (By Cable). The Marquis of Salisbury has resigned the premier ship of Great Britain, and A. J. Balfour, first lord of the treasury and govern ment leader in the House of Commons, fca been appointed to succeed him. Mr. Balfour visited the King and accepted the premiership. While it was expected in official and political circles that Lord Salislmry s retirement would be coincident with the coronation of King Edward, it was Scarcely looked for prior to that event. Consequently, about the only surprise expressed as the news spread through London concerned the date rather than trie fact of the resignation. The real interest was not so much in reference to Lord Salisbury's withdrawa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 July 1902

A NOVEL RACE. Sunday Discourse by Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Wellh and Powtr Will Not Avail Ihe Slnnar on Judf mast Oar Two Ways lato Hear to. TTKW Yonic City. The Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, the popular pastor of the Fourth I're-byterian Church, whoas reputation as an evangelist i second to none, ha pre pared an interesting sermon upon the sub Sect, "A Novel Hace," which is preached from the text, Proverbs 14: 12, "There a way which seemeth right unto a man: but the end thereof are the ways of death." Some time during last summer the Rev. Joseph J'arker, the pastor of the City Temple in Boston, waa asked to take the editor'a chair of the London Sun. He waa given full liberty to print just what he wished in the paer or to keep out of the columns what in hia judgment waa nof conducive to make an ideal paper. One day in the place of the racing news which the readers of the Sun had been accustomed to peruse he printed under the caption ot "A Novel Race Record" a description ...

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

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, July 17, 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVCKTWINO UIK Per wiUHra of H llnM H tmm tl W). l'cr sqimre enoh ttitMeiiuent tnnertion.... fio. All AUvortlMeitiutA Inserted for lew than three months almmed by the square. 8 moM. 6 nios. 1 yr. ..tiMo. I w.ob77ivo6" . . SR. 00. 40.00. ftO.OO. .. 40.00. W..0O. 7S.0O. One-fourth culumu. One-hulf column.... One Column Nothlnir Inserted for less thun tl. Prof CHIonal Curtis one year $5. CLEVER MR. FOX. The fox about which I am go ing to tell you and his mate had two youog ouos. And as they were always hungry, like most healthy children, he was out hunt ing from morning till night, and often through the night, too, try ing to get them enough to eat. But sometimes luck was against him, and now and then Mrs. Fox complained that he was letting the children starve. One day off he started, after telling the little ones to...

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. — 17 July 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. EMPEROR AND CUR DOG. She was only a little cur.of no breed whatever, biitmoBt affectionately true, and beloved of the two ladles who had brought her with them for change of ulr from JCrl8ruhe to Baden-Baden. In the beautiful Ltohtenthaler Alleo ohe dollifhtod to frlttk about while her mlstressos sat knitting, and there It was that one morning she made the ac quaintance of the great and good old German Kmperor, William I., who, nfter drinking the waters, was enjoy ing a short stroll beneath the trees. She bounded forward Immediately up on perceiving the royal presence, for xho was of a remarkably discerning nature, and with the ball of worsted In her mouth, which one of the ladles had allowed Inadvertently to fall to the ground, she leaped upon him and in her excitement somehow managed to untwine the same and twist the threads of wool around the legs of his Imper ial Majesty. The ladles were naturally In great consternation, but to their relief the Kmperor speedil...

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

1 FIRST WOMAN Story of a Chicago Ciri Who IT wns perhnpi nntural that the dozen or so correspondents, artist and explorers who bad- been dodg ing volcanoes on two Islands for a week should feel that they were the only passengers aboard, and that ev erybody should love them for the dan gers they had passed. There Is no doubt about It, some were a trifle "brash," and there was much talk about eruptions, pillars of steam, mountains of ashes, rivers of mud and cities of ruins. They had not been nbonrd a day, and had not yet got well "shaken down" with the other passen gers. A sunny-faced Ultle woman of gentle speech, with fluffy white billowing all iiboiit her In the light breezes, reclined rent fully In a steamer chair outside lie starboard staterooms of the deck rahln. She listened courteously to the irrson.il experiences of halt n dozen men who bnd Just "been through the ruins of St. Pierre," murmuring from lime to time, "How very Interesting!" It was the Blueuose skipper who Hist ya...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 July 1902

FARM MATTERS. Clraolna: the Well. Tlip fall In the time to clean the well. Because water Is door Is no reason for supposing " " be absolutely free from Impurities. All surface water should drain away from the well and It sboirtd lie protected against toads and Insects. Anything that will dissolve In water will go wherever the water goes. The filter removes only the suspended mut ter. A Profllatils Crop. Sweet corn is a profitable crop, as It R always In demnnd In market. As the plants grow rapidly and the ears are marketed before the seed matures, the crop Is soon out of the way, to be followed by crimson clover, 'i'o have sweet corn grow and reach the market quickly the land should be well ma nured, and In addition about 100 pounds per acre of nitrate of soda applied by broadcasting when planting the seed. The Klntl of f owls to Keep. The kind of chickens to keep upon n farm depends almost as much upon the kind of man who manages tlicm ns upon any other condition. There are no uii'...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 July 1902

Brick (or sale at Morton's yard. Mr. James A. Mumma of Lai dig called at tho News office a few minutes, while ia town last Wednesday. Mr. Littlo is r mining out a lot of bargains. Mrs. William Rinedollar of Franklin couuty, spent Saturday and Sunday ou this side of the mountain. "A Watch freo for 15c and 85 tags for "Honest John" Plug. Mrs. S. II. Houston, who had been visiting her mother in Alle gheny, returned to her homo in the Covo, a few days ago. You will find a lot of special bargains at Rcisncr's store now. See their new ad on 5th page. The Salvation Army people moved away from Gem Tuesday after conducting a three weeks wood meeting. "Did you ever chew a better piece of Tobacco than "Honest John" Plug? Even the tags are good. Miss RomaineP. Clark of Pitts burg, speut the past week with Mrs. Keziah Johnston and other friends in the Cove. "Ueckerman's "Star Coffee" has a tablespoon free in each pack and it is better colleo than other packagecolTeeandcostsno more." Maurice Trou...

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

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSHURG, PA.. JULY 2, 1002. 'NUMBER 45. He Grasped the Situation. One of our young sports took his girl out buggy riding one evening last weok and the conver sation turned to fortune telling. Ho asked her if she believed in palmistry. She looked up shyly aud said : "Well, I don't know ; but I thiuk I could foretell more enjoyment if I could see the lines in one of your bauds. " The young man, who was slow to comprehend her meaning, sat with bowed head and wrinkled brow until they had gone.atleast, two miles; when, suddenly, a great light broke upon him, a broad smile illuminated his face, and ho "grasped the situation." New Grenada. Harvest soon over, Hay crop short ; Fruit crop a failure, Huekwheiit cakes hot Yes, bless a kind providence, however discouraging the outlook during the fare part of the sum mer, the recent rains have 'made the prospects for corn, potatoes and buckwheat most promising; and I tell you that as far as Fulton county is concerned the Panama C...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 July 1902

JOHN W. MACKAY DIES IN LONDON Americas Millionaire Succumbs to Heart Failure. UST OP FAMOUS BONANZA KINOS- tTkta a Lad II Caagbt the Gold Fever and Vtil la California Made and Lost Ona Fartaoa Before Ha JO Years Old tilt (treat Lack WHb the Comstock Lad Ixaulon (By Cable). John W. Mao lay, of San Francisco, who had been offering iron I hfcat prostration since Tuesday last, died at his residence, or. Caxrollton House terrace at 6.30 o'clock Sunday evening. Mr. Mackay's condition had improv td tut the patient had a bad night, and &the morning a consultation was held three physicians. Mr. Mackay grew worse as the day processed. He was unconscious most of the time and died very peacefully. The immediate cause of death was brart failure. The right lung was found lo be congested, and the symptoms in dicatrd pneumonia. Mrs. Mackay, her mother and Coun hts Telfencr were present when Mr. Mackay died, and Princess Galatro Co form arrived from Paris half an hour atffer her stepfathers deat...

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

209 FAINTING MEN. Sunday Discourse ty Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Every Persoo It Called Into the kTofdom of Ood for Pursose ws snail u Mad to Account tor Work Uodone. New Yon City. The following tckoV srly and readable sermon has been pre pared for the press by the P?P,'ar P"""01--evangelist, the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chap man. The subject of the discourse is Iwo hundred fainting men," and it was preached from the text, "Two hundred abode behind, which were so faint that they could not go over the Brook Besor. I. Samuel 30: 10. .... In some respects we are reminded in thin story of the celebrated charge of the Light Brigade, possibly because there were, 000 of David's soldiers, and perhaps be cause they fought valiantly and won a great victory. While the rank and file would not comjiete with the men who fought at Sebastapol or Inkerman, for they had been n discontented lot in thdn homes and in their service, yet there werH aorne really great soldiers among them, and they...

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. — 24 July 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, July 24, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AOVIBTMISU RATBSt Per wiunre of 0 line time Permjimre tnvh sittweqtient Insertion. All udvrrtNemrDt IrmTted for let three months chnrired by the square. .11 W. . N). than 8 mo-. I rtinns. 1 yr. ai.(W.l "fatiriii ,.. Vt.OU. 4CV). WHO. ... 40.IU I W.OO. 7MW. One-fourth column. One-htilf column.... One Column Nitilntr Inserted for less than It. lolcs!lonul Cards one year t3. THE COACHMAN'S TEMPER ANCE LECTURE. "Perhaps you would like to know how I came to leave off drinking," said my friend, the Irish coachman, as we were rid ing in a light buggy behind his spirited horses on the outskirts of the town one summer after noon. I answered that I certain ly should, for the coachman is not only a character study, but is always good company; more en tertaining by far than three quarters of the people one ordi narily meets. "...

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