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

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ALL SORTS OF PARA GRAPHS. Stolon ffoodd that are never missed Kisses. ' Irllo hands Those on a clock that lias stopped. In these days "pull" Is the predoml natlnff element of opportunity. True, a rolling stone gathers no .m,S9, but of what comnvrcial value Is moss ? South American revolutions are quite as harmless as those of the merry-go-round. Some people liberally cast thoir bread upon the waters ; others cast nothing but the crusts. The sins of the rich are responsible for poverty, and poverty is responsi ble for the Kins of the poor. No, Archie, my boy, a snake does not crawl into a wood shed when It wants to shed its skin. Chicken hearted Individuals become the natural prey of the foxey members of (he human race. Anxious Inquirer wants to know If chilled steel is used in the construct ion of cold storage plants. "We admire a touch of nature be cause nature never touches us for money," says the Sprlngestbury Sage. No, Bessie dear, the people who meet death b...

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. — 24 July 1902

THE T am tJie man who runs them alll I stand in conscious power Upon mv home-made pedestal, The hero of the hour. Decrees of king or words of wit Which mighty minds reveal, Can never hope to make a hit Until thejr near my seal. IN WARD WILLIAM PARSONS, Com pany E, Eighteenth. United States Infantry, wns five en try In the hospital resistor. He oeenpled a cot In Ward 13, together with thirty other wounded soldiers, representing r.enrly every regular regi ment In the Fifth Army Corps. Many of them were seriously wounded, one was shot through the neck, several through the body, while others had been mangled by the terrible shrapnel. But of nil the wounded, Bill Parsons was the only one who could not live. At least, so the surgeons and nurses said, and as the regulars, through long experience, had Warned to put fnlth In what the surgeons told them, they not infrequently forgot their wounds and looked over toward the white screen which sheltered Bill's cot.' and muttered something which ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 July 1902

FARM MATTERS. Spraying- to Kill Weetls. Tlie English pnpor report that there bun been success In destroying clmr lock, or wild miiKtiml (Sinapsls Ar venfe), by cprnylnit with flfty Rnllona per nere of a ihreo per cent, solution of sulphate of copper, and that tins spray does no Injury to the wheat among which the ehnrlork is growing This would bo fifty pound of pure sulphate per acre. A rather expensive weed killing we would suppose. The spraying Is done when the weed is very young and tender, and Is aroioed when rain threatens. Sometimes a sec ond spraying will he needed to clear the field. The growth of the wheat Is said to be greatly helped, mainly by the destruction of tJO weeds. The I'ractical Farmer. Sickly Chirk. The s'.cUly little chick that drags its way wearily behind Its fellows Incessantly uttering the plaintive note which will Instantly pierce the ear of the experienced poultrymnn out of the din of a hundred clamorous voices, had bettor be permitted to die. Tos slhly It...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 July 1902

Brick tor' sn,l3 at. Morton's yard. Mr. T. B. Litton of Thompson was in MeConnellsTjurg last Sat urday . "A Watch froO for 15c and 85 tags for "Honest -John" ring. Mr. SilasJMorgrct of Need more was in town a few hours last Sat urday. A sou was born to Hon. and Mrs. S. W. Kirk last Wednesday night. Miss Jennie Cooper of Chicago, is visiting her mother, brother, and other friends in this vicinity. "Did you ever chew a better piece of Tobacco than "Honest John" Plug? Even the tags are good. Ex-Commissioner Albert Pies singer of Whips Cove called at the News office while in town last Saturday. George Summers returned to his home in this place last Satur day evening, after spending a few weeks in Huntingdon county. "Heckerman's "Star Coffee" has a tablespoon free in each pack and it is better coffee than other package coffee and costs no more." An interesting Bible lecture was given in the church at Need more last Friday evening by a Mr. Rowley, an itinerant lectur er. M. S. Wilt and Ju...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 August 1902

VOLUME 3. McCOXNELLSISUUG, PA.. AUGUST 7, 102. NUMBER 4G. CLEM TALKS BACK. Invites Kx-Director to Come Out of the Hushes. EniTOit News : Ex-Di rector, under date of July 4, in "News" of July 10, expresses astonish ment at my ninth report. There is no attempt, nor any hint of an attempt to tear down what he says "I built." My report con tains no insinuations in regard to Supt. Barton's ability. It simply stales what every one, except "Ex-Director," knows that ho matter what his scholarship, nor how brilliant his natural powers, be cannot possibly have the same grasp of thiugs here, that the men who have been acknowledged loaders amoug our teachers have. There is not a lino nor a word in the report that questions the competency of Superintendent Barton, nor the morals, nor ve racity of him or the directors who supported him. The giant intel lect of "Ex-Director" fails to grasp the difference between, practical familiarity and compe tency. "Ex-Director" defends Super intendent Barton w...

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. — 7 August 1902

Uriel Mr. was il ttrdE SAM HAS HALF " BILLION OF GOLD Keep Right on Hoardiug the Yellow Metal Up. BAROMETER OF BUSINESS CONDITIONS. The Find New Held li Slid to Be the Second Largest ol the Kind Ever Contained la Any Government's Treasury it One Time The Ooverainent ol Russia Holds the Record ot Having Hid The Largest. Washington, D. C. (Special). Of ficiant of the Treasury Department lay great stress upon the importance of the fact that the gold fund in the Govern ment coffers is of gigantic proportions. United States Treasurer Ellis H. Rob erta says that it indicates a wonderful degree of prosperity throughout the land, and this assertion is repeated on all sides. Department officials say that the gold fund is a barometer of the 'business conditions : that when it is low business is bad and when high business is good. Therefore they assert that the general condition of the country was never better than now. The gold fund at the close of busi ness Saturday amounted to $563,142, 523...

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. — 7 August 1902

"HE PAIDHIS FARE" Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Tht Dibit It But History o! Evtry Hums. Lift Slot art Bought Dear . New York ClTr. The following tchol arly and readable sermon has been pre pared for the pi ess by the popular pastor evangelist, the Rev. Br. J. Wilbur Chap man. The subject of the discourse is "He Paid His Fare, and it was preached from the text, "So he paid his fane." Jonah 1: 3. Whatever else men may say about the Bible at least this is true that it contains the hiotory of every human life, and when we see Jonah fleeing away from Joppa seeking to get to Tarshish instead of Nine veh, we have a vision of our own past ex perience, when God commanded and we disobeyed, and we believe the Bible not be cause it is an old book, for there are other old books, but we believe it because it speaks to our deepest and truest heart's experience. It is a perfect revelation to ui of ourselves. The Mediterranean Sea ia in teresting. First, because of it...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 August 1902

i ULTON COUNTY NEWS Published . Every Thursday. B; W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, August 7, 1902 Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. 4DVCKTIKIKU BATIK. Per square of H linen 1 times Per square each subsequent Insertion. All udvertlsement luserted fur leu three months oharircd by the square. .11 W. . Ml. thai 8 num. flmiM. j I yr. 4i5.inrrt.onrrini.io One-fiiilrth column. Oue-hulf column m 40 uo One Column 40.ini. M OO, ro.oo, 7R.O0, Nethlnir Inserted for less than tl. Professional Cards one year ift. TONOLOWAY OKCHARD CO. The Tonoloway Orchard Co. of Hancock lias boon incorporated for the purpose of planting and raising fruits. Officers of the company are : Prof. II. K. VauDe- rnan, of Washington, D. C, pros ident ; Prof. E. P. Sandsten, of tho Maryland Agricultural Col logo, vice-president ; T. C. Magof fin, of Washington, D. C, secreta ry ; E. P. Cohill, of Hancock, treasurer. Other directors are P. C. Warman, a civil engineer of the War De...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 August 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. SHORT-ITEMS.' i l'ilots ou the lakes complain that rivals use tho searchlight to blind thera. ' 1 New York has subscribed near ly $80,000 for the McKinley mon ument at Cuntou, most of it being given in New York city. The electric light tower of Au rora, III., constructed in 1883 and the pioneer installation of that type, have been taken down. Tho Chicago Coliseum, in which can seat 15,000 people and is lo cated in the center of the city is to bo utilized as an indoor sum mer garden. The Salvation Army is floating an issue of $130, 000 of bonds to provide homes for the poor. On lile are applications, from more than 1,000 families anxious to leave New York city and settle on farming land. One of the last wishes express oil by a lady who died recently near San Francisco was that her favorite motor car should be taken out to sea and sunk in deep water. The deathbed order has been duly obeyed. Union Pacific railroad officials have created consternation in the Boulder ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 August 1902

$ The Chance TIT HE loud knock of th? postman resounded through ttn tunny- resounded through the thinly built walls of Waterford Villi nml -the tlimt which fnllnvi'OiV na ftmnnMiltnr lienvier thiin M letter fell Into the letter box, struck knell of apprehension lu Mitvy Dono van's henrt. Her first Instinct wns to rush Into the hall, nnd selzo the le.ng offclul looking envelope which she knew by painful experience wns lying there. The presence of Ikt mother nnd sis ters, however, ncted ns a deterrent, for they were not In sympathy with her. nnd If what slip feared was n returned story proved to be only a circular, hct undue haste would have Immediately caused them to put Into words what she would prefer to remain unex pressed. "Letters," cried Xorah. ' Patterns I ordered." declared KKe. And they hurried out of the wo:;:. An amicable wrestle, ami then a long drawn exclamation of disgust, followed li.v an ominous pause, the import of which Mary knew only too well, am! the packet was la...

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

Mo Ith In Chimin. A strdcnt of the Chicago directory finds that there are in the city 700 Adams and not a single Eve. But of Cains there arc 55 and Abels 8. The :ity is well supplied with patriarchs 100 Abrahams. 19 Kmc and 600 Jacobs. And of Solomons there arc 1 10. There ire 15 Darlings and but a men whose name is Kiss, and there is a total of po Loves, but not a Lover. althotiKli there is I Mormon. The most abbre viated surname is Re. Some of the other odd names are Papa, MorniiiffMar and Paradise. The only man in Chi cago who, according to the directory, it a Fake is Tred L., one of the As sistant State's Attorneys. It seems that after all the men in Chicago are divided in about the same proportion as the men of the world, according to New Testament inferences, There are 25 Hopes, 7 Faiths and 1 poor, lone Char ity among the names. There are 8 Pains and only 1 Well. Th Krw r'llllppln Coin. The design of the new subsidiary coins for circulation in the Philippines sug gests both t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 August 1902

1 Brick for sale at Morton'a yard. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harp of Pert Littleton spnt last Friday in town. "A Watch free forlonml 85 tups for "Honest John" Plug. Mr. and Mrs. Ed par Criswell . of l'ittsburp spent a few days in town last week. John M. Winter aud his son-in-law, John C. Douglass, both of Thompson, spent a few hours in town last Saturday. "Did you ever chew a better piece- of Tobacco than "Honest John" Plug? Even the tags are good. Miss May Sheets of Philadel phia is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sheets of this place. "IJeckerman's "Star Coffee" has a tablespoon free in each pack and it is better eotTee than other packagecoffeoaud costs no more. " Miss Mary Demick of this place left last week to accept a position in the Soldiers' Orphans' School at Jumonville, Pa "It's made from the best Burloy Leaf grown. What ? Why "Hon est John" Plug and you get pres ents for the tags." Miss Hester Stevens who has been in Johnstown for some time returned Monday evening to the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

V fx ft ri sy A m wmtm 'J 'Jj- : VIWj v' lit I ;!;. iV.I VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSUUKG, PA.. AUGUST 14, 1902. NUMBER ' is.'!''. mnmi, raw ' -i . i J ' i OUR EARLY PUBLIC MEN. The Men Who Were Candidates at Fulton's First Elections. The first election of officers for the new county of Fulton was held in the several districts of the county on Tuesday, October 8, lftfO. On Friday, October 11th, the return judges met at Mrs. Windle's Hotel (Fulton House) and, with Anthony Shoemaker and Wm. C. McNulty as clerks, counted the voto. The names of the candidates, and the number of votes each received, are as fol lows : PROTHONOTAUY : George Wilds 680 Benjamin Robinson 656 SHERIFF : Jacob Bernhart "17 Dauiel Fore 611 coroner : Andrew Shaw 645 George White 684 commissioners : Frederick Dubbs 3 yr. 659 Coorge Chesnut 3 yr. 614 James Hughes 2 yr. 703 Joseph Pittman 2yr. 660 Henry Sipes 1 yr. 684 James Kendall 1 yr. 629 county treasurer. John B. Hoke 688 Llias Davidson 622 DISTRICT ATTORNEY. William P....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

WHEAT, COJtN AND OATS BREAK THE RECORD JMeit Botatifol, It it Believed, la the Natloa'a Hlitory. BLOE PKOFITS FROM THE FARMS Gstiautes by Experts looks Total Pro aactioa of Cereals Tkit Ameanti To 4,176,. UU74 Busbels-Ksnsas liooffklol Esti mates Place tbe Cora Crop at 1,800,000 Wheat Yields at 44,009,000 Bushels. Chicago (Special.) Nature and the farmers of the United States have out done themselves in the wheat, corn and ta crops ol 100a. The moil bountiful harvest in the his tory of the nation has already been gar nered or i practically immune against damage by bad weather. From a com pilation of figures of crop economists it is estimated that the profits for the farmers this year will be $2.coo.ooo,ooo or more, most of which has been real wed on corn and wheat. The calcula tion it based on an average of the esti mates of statisticians. This average gives approximately the following re aults: Bushels. Wheat 633.500.000 Corn 2.J30-95I.OT Barley 120,900,850 Rye 30,350.800 Oats 750....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

I "RABBONI." Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. The Death ol Christ a Help to All, For By ll He Tikes Away Prom Us All the Sting and From the Orove Ita Victory. New'TorR Citt. The followmg Im pressive termoit has been prepared tor the preei by the popular pastor-evangel- M, the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman. The subject of the discourse it "Rabboni," and it waa preached from the text, "Jesus at!i unto her, Mary! She turned herself, and faith unto Him, Rabboni! which ia to jar. Master!" John JO: 16. The burial of C hrist liea between Hie humiliation and Hi exhaltation; it is one of the resting point in Hi hiatory, and the grave to flim n to us all waa the gate of life. He passed through it into Hie glorious resurrection. If the crucifixion be represented as one mountain and the ascension a another then the burial of Christ if like a valley, anil since it ia true that in every valley mentioned in the Scriptures there ia a well of water or a spring, so strange a...

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. — 14 August 1902

T fULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. August 14, 1902, Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVKKTISIKO RATE. i'cv square of lilies J time tl ha. lVr Mquuro eaoh .mibsetinont Insertion.... SO. A 4 advortNi'mpntn lnn"rted for lewi thuo three months chanced by the square. 8 nio. .. 4o.no. tlnios. lii.OlVj 40. OU. 100. I yr. tto.no. &O.0O. 7IS.00. One-fourth column.. On-hnlf column One Column Nollilni? inserted for le-nn than tt. I'rulessioni.l Curtis one year 16. OUU COINS. Government Loses Money Pre paring Hold Currency. A strange thing about our coin ing system is that the Govern ment loses money in coining gold but makes a big profit in coining peuuies. For instance, in a $10 gold piece there is exactly $10 worth of gold and 10 per cent, of copper put in to harden the pre cious metal besides the cost of minting. A silver piece of money is about half profit, but the pen . uy pays Uncle Sam best of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

FULTON - COUNTY NEWS.- WKOTE HIS WILL ON PIECE OP WALL PAPER. From I'ulille I.edifer. Deputy Register of Wills Irwin yesterday admitted to probate the will of William R. Smith, of )02 South Nineteenth street, dis posing of an estate valued at $5, 300. The document was written with pencil on tho back of a piece of wall paper' about two , feet square It was undated, but the rotitloner, Cora E. Smith, widow of the decedent, produced two witnesses, who said it had been executed about April 2. ; Tho testator said : "To my children I leave my blessing and best wishes for their welfare in , life. As they are alt good, sensi ble boys and girls, they will see that if I cut tho little that may be left up into so many parts there would bo little of Use for any. Thefore, after all my just debts and funeral expenses have been paid, I leave and bequeath unto my wife, Cora E. Smith, all my real estate and personal property which I am now or may hereafter become possessed of for her sole, exclusive...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

A Chapter of Life's Little Oddities STRANCE STORIES CARNEREO FROM DIVERSE SOURCES. A Boat en Wliwli, THE queerest ship that ever nailed Is n yacht ou wheels, n (trnceful lnndgolug clipper, that glides over the pathless stretches of nun-blistered plain, nod carries her plucky nnvlgators to nucl from their sold mine in the desert Solitary gold hunters who have seen her -white sails silhouetted against the bleak brown background tn their aim less wanderings, have brought to the outer world strange nnd ludicrous tales of phantom ship that sped by them like a bird on the wing. The spectacle of a trinvbullt craft such as ordinarily belongs to the sea. skimming over that barren expanse where not a drop of water ever falls might well alarm less superstitious persons. This vehicle was built by Charles S. and Cnrl II. Hoyt, brothers, of Cleveluud, Ohio, eight months ago, and has been constantly In use since, run ning thousands of miles. Her owners have n gold mine In the butte near the statio...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

I FARM MATTERS. Feeitln Straw Id rxpcrlments made Id feeding straw It was found that Unseed meal and cnt straw fattened steers more rapidly than linseed meal and hay, as ..raw nroved the better substance uppsratlug' the linseed meal and pre venting cloying In the stomach. Corn- moal and cut bay, however, proved he a better ration than cornmeol and cut straw Haw to Save Trees. If you bore a quurtcr-lnch bole Into iu heart of a fruit tree, or any k cf a tree that Is Infected with Insects ond fill the bole full of dry sulpb and plug up the hole, It will cure Might, ninke the tree stronir I hpnlthv and In no wa.v Injure the. tree. This Is a boon to frnlt trees, as the sulphur goes through all purta of the tree, being absorbed from the heart and makes a good healthy color. tioep on Kvery Farm. Every farmer should. have a flock of nbeep. as they will destroy more weeds than one man with a four-horse team hey also are Instrumental In enriching the soil. They con be kept with little labor a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 August 1902

fONf T T ATA - ! - - t H.'d. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURGr FRIDAY A FTE R N OO iN ' AN D EVENING, and SATURDAY EVENING, August 1 5th and 1 6th. Everything in this Big Store must be closed outand closed out quick. Arrange to be there. I V A T isnh If- t r i r f .' v- i . j t. '3 Crick for sale at Morton's yard. Joseph Edwards of Taylor was among our Monday callers. "A Watch free for 15c and 85 tags for "Llouest John" Plug. Rtv. Lewis Chambers and grand-daughter Miss Lillian Pott spent Monday in town. Ed' Bender of Altooua is visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bender of this place. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disor dered kidneys or bladder. Capt. and Mrs. C. T. Dixon r,f Sipes Mill spent last Friday at McConnellsburg. Our old friend Samuel C. Kliue of Sipes Mill was in town one day last week. "Did you ever chew a better piece of Tobacco than; "Honest John" Plug? Even the tags are good. .1. L. Grissinger of New Grena da, spent last Thursday ...

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