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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 September 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. COM I 'LEX I i ATI ON S 1 1 1 1. TheTanglo Mad o by Two Fami lies Strnigh toned Out by a Law yer of Nashville. Nashville has a lawyer who, be sides being a good lawyer, has a penchant for hunting up and sol ving intricate problems of geneal ogy, lie said to day that ho had road most of those problems which annually make the rounds of the press, but some months ago he accidentally ran upon one of the most diflicult cases of this class right here in Nashville, in tho Valentino aud Stinnett fami lies, cliouts of his. After many hours of hard work the lawyer solved, to his own satisfaction, the family relationship, and he fur bished a reporter with the solu tion, as follows, says tho Nash villo "Banner." "Henry Valentine married Martha Noble. They had five children, one of whom, Cora, mar ried James Stinnett, and they had seven children. Ilenry Valen tine's first wife died a number of years ago, and he soon thereafter married her sister, Fannie Noble, aud they had si...

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. — 4 September 1902

OID TIM& THE WAV'NC ht sinrntr laxikr. ' Plniirhrnan, w)to-c gnarly lutnil yet kindly wheeler Thv plough to rin this unlit -try tree With i-lover, v how round pl.it, reserved a field, In cool gi-een radius twice tnv leiuih may he Meantime the com thy furrows e!e might yield, To pleasure August, bee, tun thoughts, niul tur That come here oil together da iiy 1. Stretched prone in summer's mortal ecstasy. Do etir with thanks to thee. a ultra tin inoni Willi waving of the corn. Unseen, the farmer's boy from round t lip hill Whistle a snatch that Keeks his soul unsought, And tills some time with tune, howheit shrill; The cricket tells straight on his sample thought Nay, 'tis the ciicket's way of being still; The peddler bee drones in, and g'vmip naught; Far down the wood, a one ihw.rmg dove Times me the beating ot the heart of love; And thce be all tiie sound t!tit mix, each morn With waving ot the earn. From here to where the loader pwion dwell, Gicn leagues of luily s.'paintion roi...

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. — 4 September 1902

Thn Utile Tot. "I want 5 cfnls worth o( glory di vine!" said a flaxen-haired lot, looking .intently at the clerk in a Sourh Boston drug store last evening. Everybody within hearing of the infantile voice cither laughed or smiled, while Mr. Grey, the drug man. looked serious and appeared to be thinking. "Arc you sure it is glory divine you wan.?" he asked the little one. "Yes, sir." was the prompt response. "For what does mamma want it?" was the next question. "To throw it around the room and in rhc back yard," said the little tot, in nocently. "Un't it chloride of lime she wants?" asked the drug man. The little girl nodded her assent, and soon she was on her way home to mother. "It's only one of many enig mas which face the drug clerks every flay in their lives." said the apothecary. "The little girls do not make mistakes very often, but the little boys and some (A the heads of families, are always guessing at what tltcy want and letting irs guess what they mean. But 'glory divine' ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 September 1902

A IT AUCTION? I UVil H .C. SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, next beptember 6. Everything in this Big Store must be closed LW uu-y Brick for sale at Morton's yard Arthur Barton left for his home la Alabama last Saturday morn ing. You oau buy the best ro-clean-cd Timothy seed at Irwin's. Tho Safety razor that you get for 1 10 Honest John Tags is worth fully 2.00. Misses LizJo and Mary Bietsch of ClKuuborsburg, are visiting Mr. aud Mrs. N. I. FiuiiT Prime Timothy Seed for sale at Stoutenglu Bros. A guaranteed watch free for bo Honest John Tobacco Tags and i"c. postage. Crushed oyster shells for poul try, cheap, at Irwin's. Miss Linna A. Deshonc and Mrs. Anna Mamma speDtafew Hours in town on Tuesday. Get Irwin's prices on Timothy seed A large or small knife for 25 tags off of Ilonest John Tobacco and 3c. postage, A few bushels of choice, clean, homegrown timothy seed for sale at Jas. G. Kendall's Mr. and Mrs. John Woodal of St. Thomas, spent a few davs with relatives and friends o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 September 1902

Jtt!ft0t1! c 0 VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSHURG, PA.. SEPT EM HER 1. 1002. NUMBER 52 FULTON COUNTY. l irst Election for Township Offli. cers in Brush Creek. Dublin, ami Licking Creek. BRUSH CKEEK. Tho election board of Brush Crook township was made up of Elijah Barton, judge ; C. C. Ens Icy and William Barton, inspect ors, and David Welsh and George W. Barton, clerks. The election was held at the house of Mrs. Catherine Barton, and Abraham Eusley was elected justice of the peace without oppo sitiou, he having 50 votes. Timo thy Ilixson had 50 votes for con- stablo and was elected without opposition. Aaron Barton had 47 votes for return judge and Henry Masters, 4. Elisha Barton had 31 votes for inspector and Jacob A. Wink, 20, and Nich olas Cooper was elected assessor without opposition, he having 49 votes. For supervisor, Johnllanks had 49, and Sampson Wink had 43, and for auditor, Joel Barton had 48; William Hanks 48; Stiles 'Jackson, 42, and Ephraira Akers, 1. There were seven candidates ...

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. — 11 September 1902

SUNK BY GERMAN WARSHIP Haitian Revolutionary Gunboat Cretc-a Pierrot Riddled. CREW WAS ALLOWED TO LEAVE HER. When Admiral Kllllck I Ordered to Surren der tb Vessel the Crew Set Fire to It The Oerman then Flrei Into the Vessel Until it Sinks Retaliation tor the Holdinf Lp ot Oeroaa Steamer. Cape Haiticn (By Cable). The gun boat Crete-a-Pierrot, which was in the service of the Firminist revolutionary party has been sunk at the entrance of the harbor of Gonaives by the German gunboat Panther. The crew of the Crete-a-Pierrot left her before she went down The Panther received instructions from the German Government to capture the Crete-a-Pierrot. She left promptly for Gonaives, the seat of the Firminist Government. The FanAer found the Cretc-a-Pierrot in the harbor of Gon aives. The commander of the German gun boat informed Admiral Killick, on the Crete-a-Pierrot, that he must remove his crew and surrender his vessel in five fint'te. Admiral Killick asked that this time be extended to IS...

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. — 11 September 1902

"A LIFE MADE OVER" Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted PastorEvangcllst. Some Lives Mentioned In The Bible Which Have Really Been Made Over Again Like the Clay Moulders. New YonK City. The Rev. Dr. J. W11 tur Chapman, the popular pastor-evangel-itt who preaches to overflowing congrega tions in this city, ha furnished the follow ing eloquenti sermon to the press. It was preached from the text "So he made it sgain." Jeremiah 18: 4. To any one familiar with the prophecy of Jeremiah up to this point in the Scripture it will be apparent that Israel was rushing on to destruction, and Jeremiah seems powerless to stop them in their mad course. One day as he passes along the highway he beholds a potter working in a booth, and as he turns aside he behold him with the clay in hia hands and the wheel revolving, toiling away until this of work is finished. He looks at it ;. , i j.i... u: it. into his hands he kneads it over and over and nnany manes v. again as me texi ue dares. Jeremiah i...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 September 1902

f ULTON COUNTY NEWS, Published Every Thursday. B. W. .PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG. PA. SEPTEMBER II. 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKRT1-SIWU BATES. I'rr square of 8 lines 3 times fl Ml. l'pr stiuttre rnch M.il'sfjiient insertion...: fto. All udvortisemfnts Inserted for lea IntiD three QjonthM I'liumed by the square. 8 nios. 1 fl mos. 1 yr. fine-fourth column... Oue-hivlf eiiliirnii f ne t'oluriiii ...tlMtt . . . 'J.YOO. .. .. 40.00. tJOOO. fclO.OO. 40.00. V..00. ftO.110. 7S.U0. Nothlnir Inserted for less than It. lrores.sional CardN one year Qf. HUNTING HIS WIFE'S FAN, "Tom, dear, "said Mrs. Newly wed the other evening just as they were about to leave the house for the theatre, "I've left my fan on the dressing case in in y room, and I can't go without it. Won't you run up and get it, that's a dear?" Tom went up three steps at a time. A moment later his voice was heard awfully sharp for a man who had been married but three mouths. "It isn't on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 September 1902

i. .. - rULTON COUNTY NEWS. as blessed, in warfare it is kuown jas Vvilluiuoug,"., aud without a iULKS OF TI E INSURANCE ' ' . 1 , ... iAu'n Vmvt ' i warfare would certainly soon HlJ'jil. i , mi... V i cuuir in u u 1'iiu. iiiu uuvv uuu spear would again reign Supreme, as in the auciei.t world. Your modern battleship and your siege artillery, wasting the fee simple of a fine farm at every murderous whiff, would lie inert, like obso lete mastodons, without the ni tric food that electro, chemical art must now furnish to them. Nitro glycerine, gun cotton, dy namite, a whole vocabulary of smokeless powders and direful explosives, depend on the same raw material for their ability to convert granite into a fourth di mension. But nitric acid is equally important to the celluloid" industry, and photography owes much to nitrate of silver. From " 'Fixing' Nitrogen from the At mosphere," by Thomas C. Mar tin, in the American Monthly Re view of Reviews. "Shop talk," which it is the fashion to de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 September 1902

t i fv h r OID TIM&rAVOMTES jo: IF I SHOULD (Authorship If I should die to-nieht. My Minds would look upon my quiet face Before they laid it in its resting place, And doem that death had lett it almost fair; And laying snow-whito flowers against my hair Would soothe it down with tearful tendcr- And foid ir.y har.iU vuh liiv'eriti'j cares. Poor hazels, to empty ar.d so cola to night. If I should die to-a! -lit, My friend would call to mind, with lov ing thought., Some kindly deed the icy hands had wr jtiglit ; Rome ccntlo word the frozen lips had said, Errands on which the willing icet had sped. Tlie memory of my selli.dinejs and pride, My hasty words would all be put aside, Aud so 1 should be loved and mourned to eight. S THE POET "ANON.95 i By C. B. Be Camp. ' JOHN F. HOUGH owned tne chair factory, and devoted his life to the pruniottou of Its pros perity. Ho was Cfty-Bve years old, squaw-hcr.dcd and firm of lip, and esteemed as one of the most successful citizens of Porhampton...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 September 1902

Mother7 l)M. S II imiBBIMWWCl Mv mother was troubled with consumption for many years. At last the was given up to die. Then the tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was speedily cured. ' D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y. No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take. It's too risky to wait until you have consump tion. If you are coughing today, get a bottle or Cherry Pectoral at once. Tkm sites I 25c, Me., SI. All 4raf rlria. Contolt yonr doctor. If he sari take It, th.n do aa lie lays. If he tell, ynu not to take H. then don't take It. He knows. Leave It with hliD. We are wtlllnar. J. C. ATF.ll CO., Lowell, Ma. Liver Pills That's what you need : some thing to cure your bilious ness. You need Ayer's Pills. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich Mack ? Use Buckingham's Dye iOcli of drugg'itiot R P Hax&Co Nathwa N ri Paper coal is a form of'lifinite found near Bonn. Germany. It splits naturally id Dims thin as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 September 1902

AUCTI AUCTION?! H .C SMITH & CO. STORE, McCONNELLSBURG, next SATURDAY EVENING, beptember 13. Everything in th,s Big Store must be closed out. No one need fear to buy at these Auctions. Everything offered just taken from regular stock. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Mr. and Mrs. Jared Pittmanof Thompson township spout last Saturday at McCoonellsburg. You can buy the best re-cleaned Timothy seed at Irwin's. B. A. Deavor remembered ye printer in a substantial manner while in town lust Wednesday. W. L. Moseby, Wells Tannery, Ta., has fresh cows and fat cattle for sale. The Safety razor that you get for 1 10 Honest John Tags is worth fully 2.00. ' Miss Flora M. Andrews, of New York is visiting the family of M. M. Bender. Prime Timothy Seed for sale at Stouteagle Bros. Mr. .las. K Palmer and sister, Miss Cornelia, of Warfordsburg, spent Saturday with the family of Frank Mason. A guaranteed watch free for 85 Houest John Tobacco Tags and 10c. postage. John Oak man of Upton, spent a fe...

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. — 18 September 1902

Si J VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSHUUG, PA., SEPTEMBER IS, 1902. NUMBER l. NEW OFFICERS. The Business Part ( the Soldiers' Kcunlon. Tho following persons were elected officers of the association for the eusuing year : ' Presidout, J. W. Hoop. First vice president, Jno. Pish er. Second vice president, Benja min Deavor. Chaplain, Rev. Houston. Treasurer, Henry Wolf. Secretary, David MalJoy. Surgeon, Dr. W. L. McKibbin. Treasurer of monument fund, David M. Kendall. On motion of Rev. Houston that a mortuary list of the soldiers of each township bo secured, the president was authorized to & point a committee in each town ship to secure list and send the same to the secretary. A resolution was read and adopted authorizing the president to appoint a committee of one in each township to procure sub scriptions to the monument fund. Tho following resolutions were ottered and adopf ed September 5, 1902 : Whereas, Fulton county in past national events, especially from 18G1 to 1805,having distinguish...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 September 1902

i NEITHER SIDE WEAKENS Believed That End of Coal Miners' Strike Is Still Far Off. IT IS NOW IN ITS NINETEENTH WEEK. Or. Oobln, (a Charge of the State Troops De ales That H Is Preparing to Remove the Troops at An Early Date or That He Ex pects An Order From the Governor to With draw tbe Troopt. Shenandoah, Pa. (Special). Monday began the nineteenth week of the coal strike. The date on which Senator Piatt predicted that the strike would end has passed, and the hope w hich was 'nstilled into the people in this locality because of that prediction has been succeeded by a feeling that the end is still far off. The reiteration of the coal presidents during the week that no concessions ould be made and the resolutions passed by nearly all the local unions pf the United Mine Workers renewing their allegiance to their officers and pledging themselves to continue the Strike until concessions ar granted, show that neither side to the contro versy is weakening. General Gobin, in charge of the st...

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. — 18 September 1902

NEITHER SIDE WEAKENS ' Believed That End of Coal Miners' Strike Is Still Far Off. IT IS NOW IN ITS NINETEENTH WEEK. Oea. Oobln, In Charge ol the State Troops De nies That He Is Preparing to Remove the Troops at An Early Date or That He Ex pects An Order From the Governor to With draw the Troops. Shenandoah, Pa. (Special). Monday began the nineteenth week of the coal itrike. The date on which Senator Piatt predicted that the strike would end has passed, and the hope which was '.nstillcd into the people in this locality because of that prediction has been succeeded by a feeling that the end is still far off. The reiteration of the coal presidents during the week that mi concessions ould be made and the resolutions passed by nearly all the local unions pf the United Mine Workers renewing their allegiance to their officers and pledging themselves to continue the Itrike until concessions ar granted, show that neither side to the contro versy is weakening. General Gobin. in charge of the ...

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. — 18 September 1902

THE THREE DENIALS, Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. An Asalysls of a Child-Hearted, Wayward, Oeneroui Biblical Character Lord Awalta to Forgive and Forget. New YonK Citt. The following reada ble and helpful sermon is by tho lecv. Dr. J Wilbur Chapman, the beat known evan gelist in the country and one of the most noniilar pulpit orators of New York, it It entitled "Now, l'eter," and was preached from the test: "Now l'eter sat aithodt in the palace." Mutt xxvi: 69. This is the master stroke of the great artist in painting the picture of this child hearted, wayward, generous, loviig man whom we know a l'eter. it is one of the ihadows in the picture, but the shadows help us to appreciate the more the light. It is a single sentence, and yet in it wt find the secret of a soul's downfall, the cause of the heartache of the Son of Ood, and a note of warning for Clod's people everywhere. Peter was in a dangerous position, first of all. because he sat in the presen...

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. — 18 September 1902

THE THREE DENIALS, Sunday Discourse By Dr. Chapman, the Noted Pastor-Evangelist. Aa Analysts ol a Chllil-Hearted, Wayward, Oeaerout Biblical Character Lord Awalta to Forgive and Foriet. NEW VoilK ClTT. The following reads ble and helpful sermon is by tho Kev. Dr. J Wilbur Chapman, the bent known even sclist in the country end one of the most noimlar pulpit orators of New York. It f, ' entitled' "Now, l'etrr" arid was preached from the text: "Now Peter aal without in the pnl.ee." Matt xxvi: 69. This ie the master stroke of the (Trent artist in painting the picture of thia child hearted, wayward, generous, loviig man whom we know aa Peter. It is one of the shadows in the picture, but the shadows help ua to appreciate the more the light. It iii single sentence, and yet in it we lind the secret of n soul's downfall, the cause of the heartache of the Son of Ood, and a note of warning for Ood'a people everywhere. ..... l'etrr was in a dangerous position, first of all. because he sat in tl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 September 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. SEPTEMBER 18. 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTIHI.ia BAT JR. Per square of 8 linos S time II M. Per Manure each mittHeiiuent. Insertion.... M. Ail advertisement inserted for less than threo monl'ift ciiurtfeU by the square. a nuts. times. I I yr. (Vne-fonrth eohiinn l ..' TlMMlCi ao.ofi. One-hull ooluuin 3.00. 40.00.1 W.O0. One Column 4,H). I fift.OO. I 75.00. Nottilnir inserted for less than II. Professional Cards one year Ift. NEED MOKE. A common thing dusty roads. Vanished forever Aug. 1002. Some people are getting things so due that they go into the store to get a two-eeut piece changed. Charity should begin at home but the man who asks the post master to carry his mail to him as quick as it arrives, is a stranger to charity. Our farmers have almost stop ped preparing the ground for seeding on account of the dry weather. Miss' Minnie Funk is improv ing. ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 September 1902

rULTQN COUNTY NEWS. Jury Mst. Names' of tho men who havo been drawn to serve as jurors at October term of court, of Fulton county to.be held at McConnells burg beginning Monday October (3th 1902. GRAND JUBOKS. Ayk. David L. Keefer, David Morton, Uoit Glenn, Aaron Mor gret Belfast. David Ilarr, Bonnet Truax, A. M. Garland, Nathan H. Mellott. Brush Ckekk. JacobWinters. Lie 'kino Creek Thomas Hock ousmith, James A. Sipes, Lewis B. Mellott. M'Connellsburg BruceSto ner, C. B. Stevens. Taylor. J.L. Kessolring.R.J. Fields. Thompson. Jesse B. Snyder. Tod. James Henry,Uenry An derson. Union. Alfred Ilendershot, Dallas Lashley. Wells. S. C. Denisar, Jacob S. Black, Amou G. Edwards. petit jurors. Ayr. John Truax, Ellsworth Ilendershot, Conrad Glazier, Jr., Jacob Mellott. Belfast. Jacob S. Hill, H. H. Deshong, John Garland, Clayton Deshoug, Levi Mellott. Bethel. Grant Bernhart, Clyde Andrews, Lemuel Mellott, "William Youker. Brush Creek William Hanks, G. II. Schenck, G. B. Mc. Diehl. Dublin. W....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 September 1902

AT THE SCAFFOLO STAIRS. With ?flt f Itold upon his rout. And powder on lua wavy h(ir, A courtly sinilc upon Ins lip, He psuwil beside tha srnrlolil talr. The hpclmn waited, cowled mid grim With stnins nf crimson on hii urk- Put o'er her slender hand he hent "Let me go first, the way is dark. ' Phe wore a filmy kerchief crossed, A flowered gown of rich brocade: Her silken slippers, sewn with pearls. Itv prison rloors were soiled and frayed. When last they met. his ribboned lute Msde music in a moonlit park; But now their love hjd come to this, "Let me go Krst, the way is dark." Why the Chief STONE, the city editor, cleaved his dok nnil inadi" menial note of wlint lmd been ueconi lllslied. nnil wlint remained to be done. Then lie leaned back nnd lighted his last cigar with a feeling nkin to eonicntmout. It was that hour of the night when newspapers reckon time as almost In valuable. Only tli occasional entrance of a boy on some errand disturbed t bi nominal quiet o!" the big room wher...

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