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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 November 1900

g Tg Of Fi,hjlON. (.tv,Tl)P pnpulnrlty of py.n'rn to Increase nil the KlDrt1" iiucni lurm I rl,.( flnll nuniinn viiiuit L WAIST WITH I nml'M!. llOIjt'.ItO lornfli'i'""'" wear It Is made . ,lolli nnd tanotii, nuci '.s a wnlft of soft Bilk. For wenr It Is shown In French ,n,l is worn over nn unllncd ihc snnie of or figured imun , profcrrod. -Hie M:y Mini ,i,iwn is in Russian green i. viih t!ii waist of soft fin- M Id a harmonizing lighter th clnllp, collar and cutis ot a a shade deeper tlian the k jlorn Is edged with a bund Ljlffl.il machine stitched and lamliiR of small gold buttons i to (roup. itlon for tho waist Is n ht with bin'1' and fronts only j with single darts, which Ho centre front. On it are i tho whirred fronts, tho right fhlrli extends over tho centre nlntr mid closes Invisibly nt i. Iniieatli the Jacket. The ire in bishop style, wllh minimi cuffs that close nt the book over luvlslbly. At the j stock with turn-over collar L Tho girdle Is shaped, gath Jie front nnil smoot...

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. — 22 November 1900

)N COUNTY NEWS. Wished Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 22, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIKTIHINtl KATKH. Pot Niunre of 8 linns 8 Union Ji Mi. Per mjuure NiiliHetiumit Insertion.... fo. All nilvprtlsemontH InHerted for low th;iu three mouths cuuriied by Ihe Hiire. 8 moN. nmoM. 1 yr. One-fourth ooltimn Iift.im. 1 fftfuki. fao.iVi" Oue-lmir column ilfi.no. Hi iHi. 5o.il. One Column 4P.. I fw'vim. 7i ti. Nothlnir Inserted for low Umn tl. lrofuHi,iounl Curdu oue your .'. The Beauties of English Orthography. A pretty door Ih dour to tnc, A huro with downy liair, A hurt I lovod with all my heart, Hut barely boar a bear. 'Tis plain that no ono takes u pluuo To have a pair of pear, Although a ruko may take a rake To tare away tho tares. A scribe in writing riglit may write, To write and Htill bo wrong; For write and rite are neither right, And don't to right belong. Kobertson is not Kobert's son, Nor did ho rob Hurt's son, Yot K...

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. — 22 November 1900

f0N COUNTY NliVVS. VbRE KING OF IRELAND? " I trriir; H'Hvir Hint iilowa) i EPWORTI-; LEAGUE. r.ir'n Illy, . lnt rlu-ok a roue, like iflllyfrowiui, ..ilrlin 10 m r kiico. kniif of Irelnnd, shi'd euri'ly be. i Arc I nl forjretmcnots. mirh miow Is Brr-n "It Jul; ''or ;,,, Wri-I. "'. "I'l.. '.i... n, ' ' 111 li. 1:1 K.ml t ''V.ll'nlnu n I.. I-Kl' '-t. l-'J.I. "'v. n. il'j,M nut,, ,,,. f"l' It l:i i,,,., .,.. . . '"- -v-'-i oruitsc ! i comely. A World will,, ,r Mtlf t iv,. (.,., tlli-ofy ,i il.e lusvli.K hawthorn bush 1 ' Hii her Iwillcs Km. tt.nmhr. when she's talking, . tcnln " lhe trci lre lint ' Ireland, 'B ,uten lic') surely bo. vffplk lick niore obovo tor herj ;!, tlio darling b.tlcri I'rf wt dow n my h.vo for her V, In ot secret letter. . yrt'i lief ncwer tck to tn'i ,.k Unit ot Ireland; 'r, klaj-l'm kins; slicndy. 1 AlrrflU I'1.t.-viii uiwrvB in 1-ornilllL. I E STORE DETECTIVE. lie Make It I'niilpannnt I r oil" Tliiin. Thieve. .womiitnvho 8lti(f In a church ; this city was In oli...

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. — 22 November 1900

fit r WHAT SAID IIT 4I.M1 r-Hu ! waving nil tin! trees, -""They wliiaper in tin- nn; And over 1 1 1 1 mj-h the swrct warm gr.ie Tho wsyward slmihmi run. Oh, turn you here, or turn you there, Th thought will not nwuy That lovo mm a the? wind tome, , And none niny wy it miv. A WISH Si," BY LAURA 1 "v OTII wore silent for a few mo- I incuts, Boslo lilting Iht lli J vi'Xutlmi, while tin.1 young (i liidii walked along with low- red head, dejection apparent lu every movement. At lust ho said: "Bessie, you seem to think thut I continue to nsk you to marry tin. for tho solo iiiirpo.ii! of annoying you, but Jt Is simply impossible for us to bo us you suggest. I Ihvl- ymi too l"'iJy to 11 vo near you always nuil be merely your friend. I want you for my wife, .mil will try very hard to make you happy. Bessie, dear, Won't you put aside all that, foolish, nonsense ami say you will marry mo?" "No, no. Hurry V" the girl said petti luntly. 'I have told you over and over that I mil not ready to marr...

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. — 22 November 1900

v 3. J1H .C. took at your toriRue. iHeoated? rk.n vmi nave a had -in your mouth every :0ming. Yourappette and Fond n 9. j nuuit ..sses you. You have headaches and L often dizzy. Your Minacn nu ,,uf bowels are always rRSpatea. There s an old and re- iblecure: '4 nnn t i.tkc a enrnrir;ir f LVii . -. --..., aV r : and then stop. Bet- L .f lane a i4Auiivc uu!c r :i;h night, just enough to p 1 Ml tne aay ronowinp;. Vnu feel better the . Uy next day. Your ppetite returns, your .tnensia is cured, vottr -adaches pass away, jur tongue clears up, jur liver acts well, and jur bowels no longer ;veyou trouble. Met, 2S cents. All drujglMs. Itare taken Ayor a I'llls for M IS.Btl'l 1 consider tllf'lll tllO lll'st One 1 i 1 1 d's-s inn morn Knoil ,i kill a hnx of anv oilier kind I Lmer tried." Urn N. K. I t.noT, V;h30, l-f.t. Arrlirgt.ni, Kan. v ? v v v jA.A.A. A .V A. A lurlmis Old (Tim.li. ia church, In Llnrolnshl.e, Unfi le tower of which 1h better ss Boston Stump, Iiiib some very ir features. Th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 November 1900

A. ...' t 1 UV.. - V , .! -v.'t . 1 Vlrthtiay Tarty. 1 JL. Mrs. Nathaniel Mel- iJe down tho Cove, elegant dinner in hon- tJI their son Harry on last Saturday. Quite a number of guests wore present and partook of the bountiful repast prepared by Mrs Mellott. Among the guests were Mrs. Mellott 's moth er Mrs. Jauo Barton, Morgan Barton and wife and family, Mrs. Louisa Barton, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lamborson, Mr. Win. Mellott and -wife, John S. Carbaugh and wife and daughter, David Morton, Edward Carbaugh, and Walter Richards and wife. Quite a numer of presents were given Mr. and Mrs Mellott in honor of theirson 's twenty-sixth birthday. After dinner t,ho time was spent in social conversation and harmless games of ammuso ment. All were delighted with the entertainment givou by tho kind hostess. North Dublin. The election is over and most of the poople are thinking now of how cold the coming winter will bo and to getting in fuel. The butchoring season is here and the squeal of tho porker i...

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. — 29 November 1900

ttSt H 4 M f M U M ti r'1 VOLUME 2. jook Out For Them. e following from Public Op fur Franklin county is quite ;ely for Fulton county as well. rpeople have been buncoud . 0f hundreds of dollars by 3nfrcrs, and yet they will jow tho book. Depend upon it, if strangers 3 come into this county, p;iy ;el bills, livery expenses and put !0ts of time, that those who Jvith thorn must pay those in addition to paying a big t( for tho article purchased. 'A recent number of American tisan lays bare the scheme of -ang of range peddlers, who re been swindling the unwary ,ple of Ohio, Kansas and other risoftho west. Their moth ij to iuduco tho purchases of a ge at tho price of about $()!, ae paid in instalments; 10 ,h and tho balance in annual ;mcnts of $10 each. The pur ser is given six montns trial, i at the ' ad of that time if he .atisfiod with tho range the :ual payments begin. That is his understanding en he makes tho purchase, but .en the six months have expir a representative turns up and -...

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. — 29 November 1900

THE KEYSTONE STATE. Latest News Happenings Gleaned From , Various Parts. (sHOOTIiNfl AFFRAY AT SCRANTON. iriayed Ghost; lilt with an Ax-A Woman Had Her Skull Fractured by a Man With Whom She Had a Dljpute--Llttle Girl Struck by a Trolley Car-Henry Helsey Plunged Thirty Feet Into a Well and was Badly Mangled. , Mra. Mary Rose wna murdered In n cold-blooded manner ly Mrs. Joseph ine Bcvclock. In tho house of Frank Woresco, at Scrnnton. The cause of (t$e rthootlng im to bo Involved In omewhat of a mystery. A quarrel tTir chickens and money, with an 'added dash of Jealousy, (terms to lie .t tho bottom of the llflleulty. Mrs. j-Rxxm chnrged Mrs. Hevelock with hav ting refused to pay her for certain ,-work she did far her. Angry words Followed, and Mra. Hevelock drew n :38-oallbre revolver from her dress pocket and fired five allots, killing Mrs. Host; almost Instantly. Annie Mpresco was the only eyewltnos to tills sh, sit ing. Following the shooting, Mrs. Beveioek went to her own nppart ...

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. — 29 November 1900

lie d'! ParU L-nll r. FAIAL EXTRAVAGANCE' I hadn't eer.1, And my work ROM on Ttli. twilight hour. From the early dawn., tt, clothing i P""!1, My h"e" "rn nm down' aid V '1 ',e', hllt j, t riwty brown, r dwelling in only A tenement flat. And il furniture' poor it the plce whore it's at. A Storm Above . u, Nicholas General Frederick r,W!ou tell of a terrible day's expe w to right lug a storm nbovo tlm In the font nango or. mouiu v in Northern Colorado. It was 0 yfr niro, nu no '""J ""i one ..Bpanlon 1U Ills nuvoimire. mr. it , H. Kollogg. now a professor In infor.1 1'nlverslty. jj.jplte tlie difficulties of tin; wny the surrounding storm, we made . 1 progress upward, nnd In halt nn t turned to the left nnd begun ting along 'he Hide of tin- motiiit- litre our Irbls begun in earnest, tfjtorni was upon us In nil Its fury. -, wind blow almost n hurricane, 1 the uir was no tilled wllli sleet nnd t snotv tint t It was Impossible to .more tlinn twenty yards in nny (II ilon. ThiTC would bo ni...

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. — 29 November 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 29. 1900. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKRTIHINO BATCH. Per nqunrs of 8 linen S times H M. ler Kciuure eneh Hiilweouent Insertion.... 11. AU dvnrtixempnU Irwrti'd (or loss tliuu throe month oeirired by the ftquiiro. 8 inoM. O1110M. I 1 yr. .I.MH. Ww. ft". mi. . y.im. 4d. mi. Mi.tm. .. i(i.(. rMm. 7r..(m. Ono-f mirth column. One-hiilf column.... One Column Nothing Inserted for lens Ihim II, Profewloniil Carilit one your tft. There's No Pocket in a Shroud. You must leave your ninny millions, And tho gay and festive crowd, Thongh you roll In royul billions There's no pocket in a shroud. Whether pauper, prlnco or ponsant, Whether rich or poor, or proud Remember that there isn't Any pocket in a shroud. You'll havo all tho world of glory, With a record long and loud, And a place iu soug and story, But no pocket iu your shroud. So be lavish of your riches, Neither vain no...

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. — 29 November 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 29, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIHTIHIMO RATDH. rer aqum-e or 8 lines S tlmm H S". Per nqunre encM jnilweouwnt InMt'rtlon.... AU Alvf!rtiMimentK Inserted (or 1;nh than three niontuii oeartfed by the tuiuuro. H imiH. Hums. I yr. One-fourth column tl.MM. f-Jiuvi. j;i., One-lmlf column !MH. 40 (i. I ro.im. One (Column 4u.no. I NVPO. 7r..(m. Nothing Inserted for lesH thnn $1. Profemionul Cards one your A. There's No Pocket in a Shroud. You miiHt leave your many million, And the gay and festive crowd, Thongh you roll in royal billions There's no pocket In a shroud. Whether pauper, princo or peasant, Whether rich or poor, or proud Remember that there isn't Any pocket in a shroud. You'll have all the world of glory, With a record long and loud, And a place in song and story, But no pocket in your shroud. So be lavish of your riches, Neither vain nor cold nor proud,...

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. — 29 November 1900

hjON COUNTY NFAVS. DUELING IN FIUNCE. Population of Pennsylvania. Raster of himself. ...i Writ I nlnm One, but tho 1 II") Stooil II. . .onq n iml'l'K-' wny In wlilch Mr. . U UKTCJiaill "-'1 Ul I.M.M17HI I'll nf of ft boy. 13 BU,J 10 ,mvc tend.-a aitcn in litn window: "Wnnted, -C Wage" 4; f(J to tliu HIght One." t'ach appHcnnt npix-nrwl tliu mop. a!1IC(l, "Can you rcudr Then Li the boy Into a quiet room, gave j . npt-n Hook nun mum uiih rcuu salt a urwi ui" " i - .n,l!iicr linrl licoll tyriltifr fin lfltu . ....... fM a... ill. .1 . few nunuu'Mi mi. unuui mui'iicu ' j t0 tlic floor nml thou rose nnd rf certain articles about th room, .jjssufllclent to plquo tho curlonl Itiomc of tho cniulldntrs. They Mop. lost t,1('lr l'laro on 1,10 !nSO, 'irnl. and tho merchant said: may stop- 1 slm11 not noV(1 J" ' tt. I want n l)oy who Is mas. i,f himself." I nna imr1lntllHvf1 liw f the rrn 1 " .'. movomoiits, n tot or rofiui.;n .j, were tumbled out of a basket (nootiraKPd to frolic alout tho , Ti...

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. — 29 November 1900

7- 7- LT0N COUNTY NliWS. SasteITof himself. 1 , Wo ' nln" tint (ho hT' itnr Ktoml H. .., n uiil'inc wny In which Mr. tof a boy, Is f "11 lo have tented f" ., lfci whitlow! "Wnnrn.l 'upi'S ; IfO to tho Right. One." rtch nppHonrit oppenred tho trier , sited, "Can you rcudr Then 3.i tiii boy Into a quiet room, gnvo ,n ope" ,)0(,t n'"' ,lm,u ,,u ron 1, tlic rending hnd tu-en going on ..few nilnuti'M. Mr. Smith dropped il to ttio floor mid then rone and ",d ct'rt"l'i articles ubout th room. ,wMSulllclelit to pique the curios!- jeme of tho cnmlldntes. They j nn. lost their plneo on tho page, filcretl, "! t'10 merchant said: ton may tov- 1 s""" ' 1 1 "w" J OU l,( himself. 'ihC rfflier WIIW uiniirtLU, lh.-va iiil-. i'S movements, a lot of roguish lo, were tumbled out of a basket encournKod to frolic aliout tlio Ihl8 proved too mum ior most le boys. Tliey looked, hesitated K dismissed. ; after boy underwent tho same aont until over 30 hnd tx;on tried 'id fulled to control their curlowl- At I...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 November 1900

. r FARM AND GARDEN. llrtar In I'ltnt-jrcm, On land where briers grow natural y, it is ditlleult to eradicate thorn. Pastures mny be overstocked with sheep, which are fed vitro. Arid lu this wny cleared tip, but mowing them off each year will not run thoin out. A few Aurora goals ore undoubtedly the host menu to clear them up. Tim goat will tut briers uud brush In prof-M-iAicc to grass. TltH I! ITi-ronee in lluliic-i. Governor Hoard reports 11 difference in thu annual profits between two patrons of creameries managed by lihn t. fJ'-ii.llN per cow cm account of the Jlffcreiicn in amount or production, .1110 herd nveriiftliiK ft gross Income of fti.",iS per row while ii lint Iht averaged mily $:',?, the C rut netting $.".) In ex cess of the cost of kccplug and I bo lecotid only $r. TIjo Kansas Agricultural College In oini! Invest Igatlons In the' Mimmer of IMi-S nt thy Meridoii creamery, fot;nd lh:il t!in poorest cow averaged .T.."I, md the best o'io ?i:M!, mnkln a dif ference of J?:;...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 November 1900

.( I W.HfJll. rW-St!. Wealth of hair is wealth Ivfl I n (I p n (1 . lliYo esbccial- 1 y t o a woman. Ual attraction Is fttook we. will i6 J tL.t y scna yuu mai Viust how to care Uehair. K vour nair is iuu n h i n -los- '! i,s .iter,1 IJest i.'or (lis Ihivils. No matter what nil you, headache to ft eaiie.r, you will nsyer Kst wall until your bow.ls p put rlKlit. Casciust Imlp nature, cur yen without n Rrlp. or pain, I-rodno, ,asy natural movements, !ot vou itst 10 cents to start K'ttlm your health ack. ('AflCA aKT9 Candy Cathartic, the Ksnulna, put up In matal bnxas, every tab let has C.U.U. stamped on It. beware of Imitations. It Is tho law in Maine that Mio bounty for bears must bo paid when the iitilmal's Host? Is shown, and in NVw llanipshlro the money la p.ivablo on exhibition of the earn. Tnnf.rm tiy mi.n Onort l'o.ltlon. ---". " iiolturd City, Va. Thfl Island of FormtKui. now a Jap.i ncsc possession, will soon havo a ne-v? railway lino of frrrnt Importance-. It will ! bnl.c by...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 November 1900

,.nm't1r J1I il ""iH trt Clearfield. Under data of November 20111, Mr. W. H. liiiko writes: "We havo had hdiiic very rough weather duriug the last few weeks. "Uave had several snows, and the cold has been intense enough to freeze the river over in one night. At present wo aro having very rainy weather. "Business is moving along nice ly, although there are not so many mcsn employed as during the summer season. "At present I am driving a transfer team. My son is work ing for the N. Y. C. R. R. com pany. "We have splendid advantages of school this winter the build ing being but one-half square from our house. "Several fine buildings havo been erected this summer, and quite a number not completed. Was glad to boo your town enjoy ed a Jubilee over the election; al though do not believe it would compete with the one held at Neodmore four years ago. "The News conies to us like a letter from homo. We think wo could not do without it." Made Young Again. "One of Dr- King's Now Lifo Pills each...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 November 1900

Clearfield. Under date of November 20th, Mr. W. II. Ljjiko writes: "We havo had hoiuo very rough weather duriug the last few weeks. "Have had several huows, aud the cold has been iuteuso enough to freeze the river over in one night. At present wo are having very rainy weather. "Business is moving along nice ly, although there are not so many men employed as during the summer season. "At present I am driving a transfer team. My son is work ing for the N. Y. 0. It. R. com pany. "We have splendid advantages of school this winter the build ing being but ono-half square from our house. "Several fine buildings havo been erected this summer, and quite a number not completed. Was glad to see your town enjoy ed a Jubiloo over the election; al though do not bclievo it would compete with the one hold at Needmore four years ago. "The News conies to us like a letter from home. We think wo could not do without it." Made You UK Aain. "One of Dr Kind's New Lifo Tills each night for two weeks bus pu...

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. — 6 December 1900

Jiilfon OLUME 2. FROM IOWA. f ficnino B. Shoemaker Writes i I'.nteitalninnly. I frother Ocorge noeds no introduc .7. to McCourutllaburg H-ople, at "t to the people of twenty-live yeurs I He Is a son of the late David sgmakcr, w bm-n atl(l spoilt his id in tlio house now occupied by alitor of the News, entered the ;,tryof the M. K. church, married j lilanolie Baldwin, a niece of Iton. "A. Smith, went west, and ranks jv among the most able and popu jri'acherg of the prairie states. or. I Iowa Falls, Iowa, I November 27, 1900. 3. Nkws: v friend Naco, the merchant fft sends to mo occasionally is of the McCounellsburg pa- I find much to interest me jl of them. A copy of the a" and the "Democrat" j to mo tonight. I proceeded jce to read them through, tlio advertisements, and I jed the reading very much. 1 sorry that you are having a lime, and hopo you will have inmlance of rain before the lud freraes to any depth, itce I was in MeOonucllsburg spring, the people seem so -h more real to me ...

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. — 6 December 1900

Alton i it If VOLUME 2. I ROM IOWA. ,iV, Gcorgu Shoemaker Writes 1 nteirniningiy. Brother Oeorgo noe( i .o introduc m to McConnellHburg people, at l5t, to the people of twenty-five years n He i a son or l" la,e David 'oomakeri was born and gpetit his ,ith in the house now occupied by editor of the News, entered the listry ot tin' "i ciiurciii iiiuitiuu ..1 ,T T.l ..1... 1. - 1.1 (S Blanche Baldwin, a niece of Hon. A. Smith, went west, and ranks .Jav anions the most able and popu preachers of the prairie Btutes. .iter. Iowa Falls, Iowa, November 27, 1900. Eu. Xkws: Jly friend Nace, tho merchant lor, sends to mo occasionally tics of the MeConnellsburg pa T 1!.. .1 i,,4..,.rtl-.4. I UUU l(- IUHJIUSL all of them. A copy of the Vkws" ami the "Democrat" ne to me tonight. I proceeded nuce to read tliem through, n tho advertisements, and I lyedtlie reading very much. n sorry that you are having a time, aud hopo you will have abundance of rain before the and freezes to any depth. ince I was ...

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. — 6 December 1900

KLl INTO DEATII PIT. Collapse of a Roof Crowded with Foot ball Spectators. KILLED AND INJURED NUMBER SIXTY Nine Persons Slowly Roasted to D;alh la the Hot Fsrnaces Upon Which 7 bey P li-Oame Between Stanford and University of Cali fornia Elevens Disturbed by a Terrible Disaster Just Outside the Ground'. Ban Francisco (Special). During the progress of hP California-Stanford UtriversHy football game between 300 nd 600 persons, most of whom were young men and boys, wore witnessing tns struggle between the universities from the roofs of one of the buildings of the San Francisco and Pacific Glasa Works at Fifteenth and Hryant streets, when It collapsed. A large number were precipitated Into the gigantic fur nare, fully 70 feet below, and 13 were killed or burned to death and at least SO were injured, many of whom will die. One of the victims, whose' Identity lias not yet been discovered, fell into a tank containing burning oil and was cooked until the flesh fell from his bones. It is saf...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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