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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 August 1902

item VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., AUGUST 21, 1902. NUMBER 49. FIFTY YEARS AGO. Editor Barron's Reminiscences of Persons and Places About McConiicy.sbui-R. Editor News : I was pleased to see in your paper a week or two ago a notice of the visit of Davidson Flora one of my boy hood friends to his native heath. In giving the names of some of my old schoolmates I think strange that I missed that of Da vidson Flora; but I suppose I have missed mauy others, too. David son was one of my closest friends, and I am glad to hear that he is still living and has prospered. While in St. Louis a year ago I tried to hunt him up, but could get no trace of him and supposed he was dead. Davidson, as I re member him, was a quiet, back ward boy, and gentle as a girl in his ways. He had two older broth ers, John and George, who were also pleasant acquaintances of my boyhood. Another of the boys that I have missed was Leander Zuck and, also, his brother Jake. Leander was the wag of the school. He always...

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. — 21 August 1902

foAVAL REVIEW AVOIDED BY BOERS The Invitation to Attend Was Politely Declined. DE WET CAPTURED BY ENTHUSIASTS. Provision Had Been Made to dive Them Prominent Position, but After Conlcrcnce With Delegate From Mr. Kruger They Ex pressed Desire to Hurry On to Holland A Great Ovation. Southnnmpton (By Cable). Generals Botha, Dc Wet and Dclarcy arrivej ati 1 met with a great reception both from government officials and the public. The Boer generals looked remarkably well and evidently were much pleased St the heartiness of ilie welcome accord ed them. Soon after landing they boarded the steamship Nigeria, where Joseph Chamberlain, the colonial secre tary, Earl Roberts and General Lord Kitchener greeted them. They were also introduced to Mrs. Chamberlain and Lady Huberts, with whom they chatted for sonic time. Official arrangements had been made to permit the generals to witness the naval review, but after a conference with Abraham Fischer, the former Boer delegate, who came from The Hagu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 August 1902

A LOST SAVIOUR, Sunday Discourse By Dr. Ch.iiiman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. A Companion Picture to a Masterpiece, Which Dr. Chapman Suggests The . Awfulnca ot Being; Without Christ. New Vouk City. The Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, D. I)., the popular pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, who is re markably successful ns nil evangelist, haa preparer! nn interesting sermon upon the uibject "A Lost Saviour." It it preached from the text, "Thev have taken away my Lord." John 20: 13. One of the masterpieces in the Louvre presents to us a picture of Christ upon the cross. His head is upon His breast; un derneath His arms the little birds are fly ing for a place of refuse, and in the deep rninir shadows there is seen a woman kneeling with loving lips and hands pressed against His bleeding feet. Travel 's stand before this painting with tear-wet , hecks nnd go away with burning hearts. K 1 were an artist T should paint a com- ? anion piece with this text ns the theme, woiihl not put tears...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 August 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. I'liblhed Every Thursday. B. W. 'ECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, August 21. 1902. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVKIITISINO HATES. IVr square of ft lines 3 times II Per stjuare each iit-eiiiient Insertion.... h. All ailvertenient Inserted for lesa than three months charited by the square. S num. I D mux. 1 yr. '.7im '.' Ttto. no. Twi'flb. . . jMl, 40.10. MUX). .. 10.00. I W OH. I 7MX). ' -ie-riurt.h iM'ltiniu . . On.t-liiilf col lam One Column NotMmr Inserted for lew than tl. Professional Cards one year V. FIFTY YEARS AGO. Editor 1 liuri'oii'it Reminiscences of Minn and Places About .McConncltsburg. (Continued from Unit puifc.) things of life -which come to ev ery one are undreamed of. The hard experiences, the trials, the disappointments, the unrealized hopes, have no place in tho eagei anticipations of a boy in his teens. He looks only on the bright side of the future. When my father moved on to the Fasnacht farm deca...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 August 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. DIFFICULTIES OF MAP MAKING. For twenty years the Govern ment has bceh engaged in map ping the United States, and a re port just issued by the Geological Survey shows that the larger part is still unsurveyed, says the Washington correspondent of the New York Evening Post. In some of the Western sections the work is attended with the greatest dif ficulties and daagers. Recently a party sent to map Northern Montana was obliged by the se verity of the weather to climb Calf Mountain not less than eight times the last 1300 feet on foot before au opportunity was pre sented to get a photograph of the surrounding country. The pho tographic method is employed in all such wild regions. When the negatives were finally secured it was after waiting all day in a driving snowstorm ; then there was a lull of a few seconds, dur ing which six snapshots were made. During the other seven days the snow was unremitting. lfl-day Excursions to the Sea Shore via Cumberland Valley ' Railro...

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. — 21 August 1902

1 - - l J . 1 i Y X Chapters of Life's Oddities. iTRANCE STORIES CORNERED FROM DIVERSE SOURCES. I nuxmt Ki qiilrrmrntii Far Mntrlmonjr. Tln marriageable girl in Tun I has 1 trying ordeal to go through lifter lirr (iptroHuil to the man nut of her choice, out whoso choice she Is. She has to be rattened to tilt- required size before the oorouiony can lake place. As soon ns the betrothal takes iiaoe "lie Is taken to a loom aud there cooped tip till the fattening process Is concluded. Silver shackles are fas tened round her wrists and tinkles,' ami the task of her parents and future husband is to Increase her bulk till her wrists and ankles till ii tile shackles. If the husband is a widower, or lias disehareed" his tirst wife, the girl lias the shackles of the first spouse placed on her and must till them out. It taken a long time to do this, as n rnlc, and sometimes it cannot he ac complished in spite of all efforts. It is then open to the fin tire husband to cry oil" the bargain or wai...

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. — 21 August 1902

1 oiled. "You ought to have been down at the house the other evening when wc played that joke on Uncle Gottlieb. I invited him to com and cat a Welsh rabbit, you know." "Yes?" "Well, we made it out of limburger cheese." "You must have had a lot o fun out of it." "It wasn't so awfully funny. He ate it all and said it was the best thing he had ever tasted." Allium Killed f-'nther. "What's your impression of society?" asked the old-time friend. "Well." answered Mr. Goldpursc, "I wouldn't like to have you mention it to mother or the girls, but my impres sion is that society is a place whore a man who has worked his way up in the world from nothing to a million is likely to get sneered nt because he can't play ping-pong." Tit-Bits. Lost Hair " Mv hair came not hv thr- honH. ful, and the gray hairs began to creep in. I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, and it stopped the hair from com ing out and restored the color." Mrs. M. D. Cray, No. Salem, Mass. There's a pleasure in offering such a prepara t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 August 1902

AUCTION? y H :C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, next SATURDAY EVENING, August 23d. Everything in this Big Store must be closed out. No one need fear to buy at these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. AUCTION? Brick Cur sale at Morton's yard. Miss Ruth West returned to McCoun.'llsburg last week. ' 1000 lbs. Couutry Bacon for sale at Stoutcaglo Bros. Rev. George B. Shoemaker of Iowa Falls, Iowa, is at Crystal Springs cainpmeeting this week. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disor dered kidneys or bladder. Watson 1 'aimer, formerly of Hustoutowu left a few days ago for a trip through California. - Von S.vlk w livc-weeks-old pigs. N. I. Finiff, Tod township. Mr and Mrs. W. Kaudolph Palmer, of Sipes Mills, speut Monday at McConnellsburg. All kind of Groceries cheap at Stouteaglo Bros. Mr. E. N. Akers, of Sipes Mill, called at the News omo.e a few minutes while in towu last week. A large or small knife for 25 tags off of Honest John T...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

C0Httf mm VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSKUUG, PA., AUGUST 28, 1902. NUMHER 50 Reminiscence:!) of AicConnclls bur by a Pittsburger. Editou News : I have greatly n.,invpd Editor Barron's articles on "Fifty years Ago in McCon nellsburg," and as I spent my boyhood iu the old village, I can not refrain from giving some o: recollections. Judging from the names of the nersous mentioned by Mr. liar vnn. ho deals with the generation immediately preceding mine, but his letters, have brought to my mind many incidents of my boy hood. As I have said, I was born an rnfirnd in McConnellsburg. The first school teacher I went to was Mrs. Sterrett ; the second was Mr. Andrew Irwin, and my third was Miss Eddy. I was one of the first scholars that sat in the brick school house that was built alongside of the Court llouse.'and I was greatly surpris ed to find it torn down on my vis it to McConnellsburg a year ago. Mrs. Sterrett, Andrew Irwin aud Miss Eddy were grand, good teachers. Many an hour I spent tinder the...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

RASH ON jATROLLEY car Tkrec Persons Killed Outright and Many Injured Near Norfolk. jlDLE TALK CAUSES THE WRECK. LTlM Negligence ol a Motnrmaa Cast Three Persons Tbelr Live lad the Serloas laury of Forty Cars Were Telescoped and Shattered Panic Ensued When they Came Norfolk, Va. (Special). In a head on collision between two cars on the Bay Shore Terminal line three people were killed and many others badly in jured. Tire accident occurred 400 yards be yond. Futas filling, about 3 1-2 miles from Norfolk. One car was coming from Ocean View and the other going to the View. The orders were that the 'aliore-bound car should wait at the sid fng for the other. Motorman W. S. jYandcll, it is charged, failed to obey the 'orders and the crash came 400 yards be !yoml the siding. Yandcll endeavored to jump, but was crushed between the 'telescoped cars and died hanging by his 'ripht leg. j dtfotorman C. B. Colden, of the other icar, applied the air brakes as soon as 'he saw the danger, the collisi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

TO SEEK AND TO SAYE Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Tbe Son of Man, Wllh Tears la His Eyes and Sorrow In His Heart, Is Try ln to Save Every One ot Us. KEW YotiK City The sermons of the Rev. Dr. !. Wilbur Chapman nre now heard and rend hy more people than nre those of any Ameriran pulpit orator. His litvic seems to have inndc ft deep impres sion on that portion of the public which liken to re,d its discourse in the weekly paper. For these nrlinireri Dr. Chapman has prepared the following sermon, enti tled "The Seeking Saviour and a Seeking Sinne-." It is preached from the texts, "Zaccheus. nvike haute and come down." Luke If: 3 "The Son of Man is come to neck and to rave that wiiicli was lost," Luke 1: 10. , , These two texts form a part of the storv of the meeting of two men. each very dif ferent from the other. The one is Zac rhous. the publican, a rich man because he was the tax entherr and had defrauded the people. The other is the Son of God. who wa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS, j Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, August 28, 1902. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AriVrRTIKlNU RATKS. Pnr iun,rc of 8 linos 3 time $1 N. Per siioui'u eueh mihieiiuent Insertion.... fl Ml iulv""tlHt'rnntM Inserted for lew. thai) three moiuhs t'hurtrcd by the aijuare. 3 nioM.J it mo. I yr. JI.MO. I fr.V.OO. fclo.OO .... iM. 40 0O. ftll.HO .... Hi.OH. I W.0O. I 7.S.0O. fine-fourth column One-half column Ore Column No! hinir Inserted for less than ft. Profesionul Curds one year Id. ALL. SORTS OP (UlAPIIS. PAKA- Truth is the inotlior of Virtue and the daughter of Knowledge. Days spent in regretting would be better spent in renewed effort. The repentant prodigal never insists on making up the menu card. The man who "burns mouey'' sooner or later sits weepiug in the ashes. There is honor among thieves, according to the thief's standard of honor. Excuses for failure often cause more mental efforts ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. I.nsliK-y. As it has been quite a while since there has been any news from hero, I will see if I can give yon a few items. Most every body was at the picnic, but it was a sad alTair ; there were two funerals one in the morning und one in the evening Mr. Ship ley and Mrs. Smith. Everything went off very q uietly. Mrs. John Scriever's baby is seriously ill at this writing. Mrs. Rachel Flow ers was buried last Saturday morning at the Hendershot grave yard. She was 08 years old. She leaves to mourn the loss, six chil dren and twenty-six grand chil dren and one great grand child. She had been a good neighbor. Luther Hoopcngarduer starts for North Dakota this week. Wo wish you success, Luther. Miss Blanche Hendershot and her friend Mrs. Covcrdale and chil dren will start back to Pittsburg Saturday. Thoy say they have enjoyed their trip here very much. I know they enjoyed the horseback ride they took one evening. There was an ice cream supper at J. J. Hendershot's last ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

. THE PATHS There are two folds upon the hill. And one i line ami Viry still Only Wie rustle of a lenf (live nanny sound of hfe and otir. And warbles hulililinn bright an 1 brief Where the bird skim with fearless whirr. Op a bee rilling on his way The honey from a wild rose aprnr. ISometinica a soft and auimner shoivtr Drop gentle music hour by li.'.ir, Or a Ioiir breath of wanilei-im: air Makes nic'.nneho'.y murmur there, And ull in culni and full of ptioe Then w lure the dead have swivt sim-cnse. -Harriet 1 T iiJ. siipcrinlctiileni of the Kd- dee Insane Asylum wits. ox otHeio, n grout pi-rsoii.-im' In : tno utile towu. t tie simpie, home-keeping Inhabitants iliniiieil him In their minds wilU tin- men! men of the Nut ion. fur ttio Institution over which li? presided was the bluest thins they know about, and the ottlcinl residence oi the superimondent was looked upon us tin- type niul paraxon of nil domestic excellence. Tliu now superintendent, however, not been content to move maje...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

Too Great a Karriflee. The commander of the troops called for volunteers. "I want some one to lead a forlorn hope," he said. "Yonder battery must be taken at all hazards. It will be a difficult and dunfrcrous job, and few who engage in it will conic back alive. Who will lead the men?" The officers looked at one another, but made no response. "What!" exclaimed the commander. "iJoes a brave soldier fear to risk his life in the service of his country?" "It isn't the fear of death that re strains us, Kcneral." replied one of the ollicers, holding his head proudly erect. "It's the fear thai we may b- unfor tunate eno-.iph to live through it. be pro-claimed heroes, and then be 'abused, and ridiculed, and caricatured by the newspapers all :he rest of our davs. We couldn't stand that: general!" Whereupon the commander ordered a general advance, as being the safest thing for all concerned. Teminr;TV liM:iil y. The youihful attorney secured a ver dict in lavor of the Irishman charged v.-ith m...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 August 1902

AUCTION?-! H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, next SATURDAY EVENING, August 30th. Everything in this Big Store must be closed out. No one need fear to buy at these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. AUCTION? Brick for sale at Morton's yard. ; K00 lbs. Country Lard atStout- en,f If Bros. J. Kendall Johnstou and son f'aol. of this place are enjoying t:u surf at Atlantic City. M. 11. Uolleushoad, V. H. llol lenshead and Ralph Decker call ed a few minutes Tuesday on I1 loir way to Harrisburg and the i rangers Picnic. Tlio Safety razor that you get for 1 10 Honest John Tags is worth fully if 2.00. E. M. Gelvin of Dublin town ship, was a profitable visitor to the News office one day last week. Syrup at 25c. gallon at Stout eagle 13 ros. Frank Irwin of Altoona, is vis iting his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Juo. A. Irwin of this place. All kind of Groceries cheap at Stouteagle Bros. Mr. and Mrs. George Finiff of Tod township spent Sunday with their son Nicholas. ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 September 1902

C0tttttj mm ml VOLUME ;J. McCONNELLSHUUG, lA., SEPTEMBER 4, 1902. NUMUEll SI. FULTON COUNTY. 'First Flection for Township Offll. cers in Helfast, and Bethel, ' Tho first oloction for township officers of Belfast township in the county of Fultou was held at the house of Daniel Lake, on the 21st of March 1851. The election offi cers were, Judge, Philip Mor gret;Inspoctors, John Karney and Ephrairn Lake, and Clerks, Abra ham M. Peck and Bartimeus Smith. The candidates for the respect ive offices, and the votes each re ceived are as follows : Constable, Elias Mellot,50; judge of election, George II. Sipes, 66; inspectors, Job Garland, 28, and Jacob K. Wink, 21; Supervisor, David Pal mer, 49, and Jacob Lake, 46; au ditor, Ephrairn Lake, 26; over seers of the poor, John Morton, 21; James Lake, 21; school direct ors, Jacob P. Dishing,56, William Lake, 49; township clerk, Samuel Truax, 12. BETHEL. Tho first election of Bethel township in the new county was held at the school house near John...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 September 1902

I A GIANT JiEAT COMBINE Overshadows Even the Billion Dollar Steel Trust WILL CONTROL THE PRICE OF MEAT. An toe Leadloz Meat Packers Are la It Will Be Knows at the Uaited Slates Packing Caaiaaay Amawr lit Swift at the Head The Estimated Aaaual Profit oa dross BjsI ess Tea Per Cent Chicago, III. (Special). A gigantic combination of the parking houses of th country, to be known a? the United States Packing Company, with a rr table capitalization of $500,000,000, on which an antuial business of from 750,000,000 to $ l, ot.0000,000 will be trans acted, at a net profit of from $75,000,000 to $100,000,000. These are some of the details coming 1o the rurface in Eastern financial circles f f the most far-reaching of nil the trusts jet projected. Notwithstanding the repeated and posi tive denials from Armour, Swift and ether interests, the proposed combine is accepted as a certainty. It overshadows the United States Steel Corporation. It is understood that the basis of pay n'ent by the new tr...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 September 1902

THE SONGjOFIIIE LORD Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapmao, tbe Noted Pastor-Evangelist. 1 0ur Hearts Will But Slnj Right Christ Will Help U to Counteract Our Blis to Slo. New Yonic Citt. The Rev. Dr. J. Wil bur Chapman's trmoiw continuo to exrite the prolotindest interest and to give tin greatest satisfaction to that large number of American people who demand a strik ing discourse fir weekly read inn. The popular pastor-cvangrlist lias prepared the following sermon for the press. It is en ' titled "The Hong of the Lord," nnd is reached from the text, "The song of the old began also." 11. Chronicles 2!): 27. The difference between the 2Sth and the 29th clmpters of II. Chronicles presents to us an illustration of that difference which we frequently see in the church as she passes from times of enthusiasm to days of depression and back again, and for which there seems to be no human expla nation. Ho also is it the picture of many families where the godly father has an un godly son and an un...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 September 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS.! Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. SEPTEMBER 4. 1902. Published Weekly. 51-00 per Annum in Advance. ADVERTISING RATCft. Per ftqunre of linn .1 time 1 M. lerni,unrtf ench .iuheiiiitiit Insertion.... 50. All udveni.ttMiieDia lnried (or Icm tbun three trm)in charged by the squure. 3 miis. rttuoM. 1 yr. 77i s.(x7Ti.twrruiu. . . aw -nun), w.oo. .. 4O.0. I 55.00. 70 00. One-fourth ouiuiuu. One-hitlf column.... One Column Nothing inserted for lew than II. Professional Cards one year In. US EFUL HOUSEKEEPING HINTS. A wholesale dealer iu e,'gs says ouo may easily, with a little prac tice, tell a good egg from a bad one, says the Ledger Monthly. Hold it between you and the light. A lamp or candle is better thau a strong, diffused sunshine. The fresh egg will have a clear look all over. Wheu an egg is so old that it begins to lose its sub stance by evaporation, there will bo a hollow space at one end. If you find a dark spot wh...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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