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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 February 1901

t I Him Was R.itaanrori. Teddy Won't you com and ae our new bar? Old tefd Teacher Yes, dear, when yonr aimt la bottnr. Teddy Oh, but It ain't catching! HardCoughs No matter how hard your cough in or how long you have had it, yoa want to get rid of it, of course. It is too risky to wait until you ,have con sumption, for sometimes it's impossible to cure this disease, even with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral If you are coughing today, don't wait until tomorrow, but get a bottle of our Cherry Pec toral at once and be relieved. Three sizes: 25c, SCc, $1.00. Tf your druggist mntiot sur-ply Ton. send us one dollar hiiiI wb will fixpreis it lariifl bottlo to yon, art chariti-a iirepnlil. He Hiiro you give u your nearest express oUlce. Address, J. C. Avun Co., Lowell, Mas. IIWiTOW said the mineral trlas. of A M, -yrr --,--- will do more for a than all the pills in the yftSr IT CURES CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS 'IS' Average Dose: One-half glassful Your druggist or grocer will get it for you. Ask fo...

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. — 7 February 1901

nelfast. The people of our vicinity are making good use of the snow. George B. Mellott and family, accompanied by Miss Ella Mellott and Ed Wink spent a very pleas ant evening last week at the home of Mr. David Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ahimaaz Runyan spout last Friday evening at Mr. David Evans'. Mr. Noah Mellott was visiting his brother near Harrisonville last week. The spelling school held at Ce dar Lane was quite a success. Services at Needmore last Sun day were well attended. A sledding party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gordon, Mrs. Dolly Graves, Mrs. Will Peck and Miss Etta Evans spent one evening last week at Rev. C. L. Funk's. Mr. Gilbert and Mrs. Nettie Harr, are spending some time with the familyjof Isaiah Mellott. Mr. Roy Palmer was a pleasant caller at Rev. C. L. Funk's last Saturday evening. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weakness into strength, listleness into energy, brain...

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. — 14 February 1901

mtitn VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., February 14, 1901. NUMBER 22. John Bender. Last Sunday morning, Mr. John Bender, a well known citi zen of this county died at his home in this place about ten o' clock. The news of his death produced quite a shock, as but few of his friends knew that he was ailing. Mr. Bender was born in this place on Christmas, 1825,and was married to Miss Catharine Shade on the Gth of March 1856. On the 5th of May 1858, he became a member of the Lutheran church during the pastorate of Rev. Mc Ilenry. In 1848 he became associated in the Cabinet-making business with his brother Samuel, which busi ness has been continued to the present time. He was one of a family of 11 children, the four oldest now being dead. There survive: Samuel, Martin M.,and William of this place; Henry and Ann (Mrs. John Andrews of Mercersburg; Elizabeth, (Mrs. Noah Linn) of Iowa, and Marga ret, widow of David McConnell. He is survived also by his widow and their only child, MissAmanda. Mr....

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. — 14 February 1901

ROUGH ONTTHE CADETS. Slinging Arraignment of (he Brutal and Harassing Devices. THE CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION The Committee Finds (hl Cadets Rretk tod Boot Were Treated With I'nusual Severity, Boot Being Especially Maltreated lor Doing Ilia Duty as a Cadct-The Method of Fighting Chnrnctcrlcd as Vicious. Washington. The report of the special congressional committee wliicli investigated t lie haing oi Cadet Boor, iiiul the general subject of hazing nt West I'nint. was submitted to the House of Representatives hv the chair- man of the committee. Representative j ijick, tngctner witn a mil making s;rm gent regulations against haini;. fight ing and all lirutal practices. I'lie report is an extensive review of the practice of liaitig in all its forms, and while moderate in tone, is never theless a stinging r.rraigtimrnt of the many alleged brutal practices enumer ated. It specifies more than one hun dred distinct methods oi annoying and harrassing fourth classmen, and de scribes them in ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 February 1901

t OUR ffTmugh my wy leal through th lon wood And thy war led o'er tbt hilli, I feel and I know That w both but o ' To the tryst which a lung lore Willi. For aher the gloom of the forest And after the gleam on the creat, It cannot but be That for thee and fop me Cornea the land which me both love best. MRS. MOblilSOH MEETS HER MATCH f E la Impossible, utterly Impossible!" said Mrs. Sidney Mollison. "The Idea of that young sec- ond-rate bookkeeper lending a silver hand mirror as a Chrlstmus present to my daughter! Mr. Mollison, do you hear me?" Mr. Molllson'a eyes were In the even ing paper, hut he said he was not deaf. "I should think you would hare a higher opinion of Beryl's worth than to auction such a match." "My dear Dora, I have not sanc tioned the match." "Yes, you nave. You give the young man employment In your office, and only last month you raised lils wages to $18 a week. That was giving him encouragement." "How?" '"You know perfectly well. When he was earning only $13 he ...

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. — 14 February 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. Feb. 14. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVERTISING HATCH. Per nquare of lines S time II NO. Persqunre each ftubnequenl Insertion... . fc. AU advertiNemeDlfi IriHprteU for leas than ' three month oearKed by the square. . 8 mw. ftmim. I yr. One-fourth column ilS.OO. tJUK). Ho.cii! One-half column 'JMM. I 40.00. iso.oo. One Column 40.00.1 Mi. up. T5.ui). Nothing Inserted for leas than II. ProfaaHional Cards one yeur A. Franklin County Towns Worked by Swindlers. There are40 Waynesboro people wondering whether they will ever get a cent's return from the investment of 15 made by each of them. They are inclined to be lieve the money is gone beyond recovery. A couple men from Baltimore canvassed the town and got this many to agree to pay $1.25 weekly for 0 weeks, at the end of which time they were each to receive a a half -carat diamond, or the com pany would buy them back fo...

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. — 14 February 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. " CHRISTIAN ETjDEAVCT. Tople For the Week IleuliinfnsT Feb. IT Comment lr Ilcv. 8. II. Doyle. Torn:.. Confessing f'hrlnt. Mnth. X, 82-80. Those words were upohcn by Christ to the twelve apostles ns Ho was about to solid them forth upon a prolonged rolBHlonnry tour. They were going out Into the world to confess Him before men and to Influence others, If possible, also to confess IIlui. They would meet with difficulties, obstacles and dan gers. They went "forth as sheep In the midst of wolves." They were "to bo tinted of all men." Persecuted In one city, they were to flee to another. They were to risk their lives by going among those who were able to destroy the body. ' With such a prospect before them they had great need of encour agement, and Christ did encourage them, and not the least of these encour agements Is to bo found In the promise that confession of Mm here meant confession by Illm In heaven. They would also be stimulated by the warn ing that denial of ...

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. — 14 February 1901

New York City.- Simple, full waists re very generally becoming, and al ways menu a certain air of smartum. The May Manton be be model Ulna- WOMAN S BEDS WAIST. trated Is adapted to all tliin. diapha nous fabrics, to light-weight woolen materials anil ull soft, pliable silks. A shown. It Is of dotted silk mull 1.1 palp pastel pink with edge and trim mings ot bluek velvet, aud is made with low neck aud short sleeves, but It can be made high aud with long sleeves, as shown in the sketch, or with a separate guiuipe, if so pre ferred. The advantages of a gown that can be made decollete or high by simply wearing or omitting a gitimpe re fully known and recognized. When It Is worn the waist Is suited to day time wear, when it is oniilled It be comes an evening bodice, and the short sleeves when added are exceedingly effective. The foundation for the waist Is a fitted lining that closes at the centre front. The short sleeves are slightly fall at the outside of the arm, and are lield by ribb...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 February 1901

ota of ord lOW lily old th he en ad- ire ID Out of 120,000 farmers in Norway, nil but 11,000 own their (aims. . Inrllgratlon Is km companion. Out rid of It by chewloa a bar of Adams' rep. In Tnttl Fruttl after each meal. The tolal number of persons arrxstcd in Boston last year was 3.1.655. rhtincy Olrott In 1 nnatikred tobet'iebent ballot finger on the Mrtro. A Vntfniirliin. Dr Graham, of Konlurkj.wlin lived lot., una htimlrml ji-m-n olrt, attrlhui.d hi ion. nfasnrl rrdora irom Ulna. to the nan of I'rnb On-hard ViMtiT. Ilwashlaoiilrnnidlclns. In'the Knullsh Army n soldier In drummed wi cuuri'ii juai aa lie in t.o ci rill. THE NERVES SSF WOFJIEM (V mi iinijBniiTwi fifiimuii 4 ytim " 'Wlwjll,iM-Tyi.y.w(iMii'l' ll,V'ijv-'"i . " '- Xjgljv . 'v. "I am so nervous and wretched." . "I feel as if I shonM fly." How familiar these expressions are ! Little things annoy you and make you irritable. You can't sleep, you are unfit for ordinary duties, and are subject to dizziness. That hearing-down...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 February 1901

A Surprise Party. New (ircniiila. On last Friday, quite a number of the Knobsville people took ad vantage of the good sleighing and went down to Ayr township and made a surprise visit on Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McGovern. The sled load were, Mrs. Ervin Uamill(Mrs.McGovern's mother), Mrs. Ella Tibbitts, Mrs. G. W. Parsons and son DeKalb, Mrs. J. W. Gunuels, Miss Mamie Fore, Miss Maggie Hamill.Petor Schoi delman, William Hamill.and John Gunnels, Jr. After being there a couple of hours, they were called out to the dining room, where a very boun tiful dinner was prepared to which all did ample justice. The remainder of the day was spent in various games, aud about 3 o'clock they all left for home hav ing spent a day very pleasantly. Laurel Ridge Preaching at this place last Sabbath by Elder Ahimaaz Mel lott was very well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Chick Mellott and family of the Cove attended preaching at this place last Sab bath. Elder Ahimaaz Mellott of near Neodmore and Mr. and Mrs. Chick Mel...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 February 1901

ml VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., February 21, 1901. NUMBER 23. DEATH RECORD, Persons Who Have Been Called to Their Final Reward During the Week. l'arlett. On Monday, February 11, 1901, at her residence in Buck Valley, Grandma Parlett passed quietly to her eternal rest. Mrs. Parlett had reached the unusual age of 94 years. Her remains were laid to rest in the yard at the M. E. church on Thursday, her pastor, Rev. Beall of Ilancock officiating. Hess. The Death Angel entered their homo and carried away the infant son of Frank and Jessie Hess. The funeral was held at the Sid ling Hill Christian church on Sat urday at twelve o'clock, services were conducted by Rev. - Seifert. The bereaved parents have our heartfelt sympathy in their dis tress. Hinish. Elizabeth Hinish, of West Dub lin, whose illness was mentioned in this paper last week, diod on Monday evening, at the age of 78 years and 9 months. For more than forty years she has had her home with the family of J. G. Lyon. Interment We...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 February 1901

I i i JWra. Carrie Nation Leads Fierce i Sunday Onslaught. SHE WAS ARRESTED FOUR TIMES. . , ' ll at the Mont Destructive ol Allthe on-1 ulanghts She Ha Yel Conducted, and Gave i the Ptoole ol the Kansas Capital a Most tlx- I citing Sabhath-The Hatchet Brigade Was ! Organized With Military Discipline. Topcka. Kan. (Special). Mrs. Carrie! Nation put in a busy Sundav in Topcka, I and as a result the" capital city has ,-x- wrienced more genuine excitement inan can lie renu nmcreii iy me onicsi inhabitant. Mrs. Nation literally tilled the dav with thrilling episodes. i She succeeded m having the contents of a notorious joint smashed, broke I into a eohl stnraur nl.-int where a mini-i ber oi fine bars had been stored away for safety and demolished them, ad j dressed a large mass meeting oi men 1 and women and was arreted four1 times. The last time that the law laid its hands upon her was when Mrs. Na- , tion emerged tror.i the church where the mass meeting had been held. At 0 o'clock, ju-...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 February 1901

George Washington showed big gen ms for leadership when he wus only twenty-three years old. He then held l commission as colonel in the militia of the colony of Virginia. Washing ton volunteered his personal service Co aid the British regulars and militia In driving the French and Indians out of the colony. Ueuerol Urnddock com tnnnded the army. Washington. went THB BLOOD TRACKS IK TBI SNOW AT v alley forge. along as an Id-de-camp. He was used to border warfare and advised Brad dock against the European style of lighting borderers with massed col umns. The lirltlsh leaders - paid no heed' to the wurning of the youthful side and at the crossing of the Mou ongahela Klver, near Fort Duquesne their troops were ambushed by tl-.e French and Indians concealed in the forest whe-e the road passed between two deep ravines. The vanguard suf fered terribly front the tire, and Brad dock went forward In person with re serves still marching lu regular battle order. After a useless struggle the Bri...

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 February 1901

0 FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. Feb. 2t, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVERTISING HATCH. Prr qunre of H line X time 50. Per square ench ftuhMequerit Insertion.... Fa). All ttdvertiHementn Inserted Tor less tbuD three monthfl oenrxed by the miuare. i Iniiw. ftraos. 1 yr. One-fourth column li.vori. I f ji.m. ito.no. One-half column 'AMW. 4i.i). N.00. One Column 4P.O0, ISft.oo, 7MO. Nothing Inserted for lewi than 91. ProfenHlonul Cards one year In. Climb On! Ef ye cannot drive the team, Don't stand back a-braggln' Throw away conceit's wild dream Climb onto the wagon. Ef ye cannot win the race, What the use o' laggln'? Hustle up and git your place Climb onto the wagon. Ef ye cannot crack the whip, Fiery steeds a-naggiu', Put a padlock on yer Hp Climb onto the wagon. Fur ye' 11 never stop the earth Holdin' back 'n' draggin' Come along fur all yer worth, Climb onto the wagon. The error of a moment may ...

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. — 21 February 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ' CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Topic For the Work llmliintnir Feb. 81 Comment l.y Hov. H. II. Doyle. Topic Tnirt: "Trusting In the Lonl Jrtus Chrint lor utrniRth." Phil. Iv, 413. Tho Clirletlnn Knrtonvor topics Inst ycnr Ini'luili'd In fliom n study of tbe parables of Christ. Tills your ttipy cover the Clulstiau Endeavor pledge. 1h Ulniilna with this topic on the first clnnso, "Trusting In tho Lord Jesus Clirlut for Btrenjtth." The Idea of studying tbe pledge by clauses Is a good oqp and Rhoiild enlist the enrnest thought nnd luteivst of every Endoiiv oror. Thu Scriptural basis of every clause In the pledge should be noted nnd a prautlcnl application made of every clause to our lives ns Christians nnd ns Eudenvorers. Tbe pledge Is Scriptural. It Is practical. It Is not Impossible of fulfillment Every duty included In It may bo performed. It Is not antiquated. It Is ns fresh ami nttrnctlvo nnd helpful today ns It wis at Its birth 20 years ngo. It should not be shelved nor ...

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 February 1901

I THE REALM WWWWMWW V New York City. The simpl- little frock that cnn be worn with or with out a gulnipe makes one or the best possible model both for light wool OIRL,' BLOTSP. DRKSS. nnd washable mnieriuls The pretty May Manton model shown Is made from mercerized Madras iu shades of dull blue, and Is trimmed with needle work insertion tiud edging, but all cot ton stuffs ara n i 1 n 11 . us are cash were, veiling, albatrjss nud tlie liUe. The skirt is straight, finished with a hem at the lower edge, and arranged in gathers at the waist, where It Is joined to the belt. The waist is sim plicity Itself. Moth backs and fronts nre gathered nt the upper and lower edges, the fitted lining being used or not as preferred. Arouud tho Fom-pndons-shaued neck 's n flat, 3quare collar, that Is eminently rccomlng and whTeh, at the same time, can be laun dered with ease. The lower edge of the waist is attached to the upper edge of the belt,' cud til" entire gown closes at the centre beck. The short...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 February 1901

.Natural Need aaslstSTica only. Many of the caaaa of aarloua lllm-aa could h checked at one. with a doss of Mb Orchard Water, tnkeu in- time. Many goo 1 servants make bud masters. Wantcil At Once I Travallni; salesman with or without nipartenca ftO0O and expens-s. For iiarttriiiB a writ" Pocahontas 'lutmceo Works, Hedfi.nl t lly. a A'xtrhctlun Is not liberality. 7 Carter's Ink ha the Unrest wle of any Ink In Ihe world, twcaute It l the bent Ink that can be ruaua. Exertion csrn rxoelltfico. Constipation If cft"il rutw. nnd tli tvmp ri,orlca to a healthy conditiun hf ibn use of th notnrnl rcmorly tor nil t.tnmaH linwnl, iivor and ki'tney iiniinjr. nnr m(linH nf enucput rn m rnrli A Hy rottlw ifriiivH)ptit to timjo (fa Hon nf i mo npnng wnmr. o!d bv all druir gist- Crab apple trade marki A every bottle I CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., Louisville, Ky. Dr. Bull's Cough Cur tt coiiffh or cold nt once. Syrup Conquers croup, bronchitis, grippe tod consumption. 25c PATENTS Allf.O ft. NTKTKNN I'll.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 February 1901

4 1'Ieaaant Evening. Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Palmer en tertained a number of friends last Saturday evening in honor of their daughter Miss Nellie. The evening was delightfully sent and the refreshments were in keeping with Mr. and Mrs. Pal mer's well known hospitality. Those present were Nellie Mel lott, Stella Bard, Laura Bard. Ora Dixon, Clyde Hess, Lillie Wink, Ada Hill, Bessie Morton, Minnie Mellott, Ella Mellott, An nie Culler, May Everts, Emory Hessler, Earl Morton, Norman Akers, Bert Akers, B. N. Pal mer, Levi Morton, Virgil Bard, Webster Bard, Thomas Truax, Reuben Mellott, Don Morton and Logue Wink. A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald, Cut or Bruise. Buckleu's Arnica Salve will kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by W. S. Dickson, druggist. Saluvia. Sleighing parties too numerous to mention. D. S. Mellott is seriously ill at this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 February 1901

lie JMtot fynnt VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., February 28, 1901. NUMBER 24. DAVID K. BARE. At the age of 56 years,5 months, and 13 days, David K. Bare a well known business man of thiscoun ty,diedathis home,atFt. Littleton on Wednesday evening.February 20, 1901, and was interred in the cemetery at that place on Friday. The deceased was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Bare, and was born on a farm near Maddensville, Huntingdon coun ty. He remained with his parents until twenty years of age, avail ing himself of what educational advantages the home public schools offered, and completing a course at the Milnwood Acade my at Shade Gap. He then en tered the store of C. J. Deavor at Mount Union as clerk, spent one year there, and then one year with Foust & Eteneir, of the same place. Atthecloseofthatperiod, which was in 1866, he and his father purchased the store and buildings of Michael Barndollar at Fort Littleton, and conducted a general mercantile business in partnership u...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 February 1901

GEN. DE WET ROUTED. British Force Swiftly Sweeping Through the Country. BRITISH NOW OCCLPY AMSTERDAM. Ocoeral Kitchener Report that Oe Wet's At tempt to Invade Cap Colony "Has Evidently Completely Failed"Msnr Howard, of the Canadian Seoul, and Five Other British Officers Killed. hxidim (By Cable). The War Office received the following dispatch from 1-ord Kitchener, dated at Middleburg. in the Eastern Transvaal, ami relating chiefly to operations in that part of the country : "Freneh reports that the town of Piet Rcticf, February 22, that the result of the columns sweeping the country east is that the Boers arc retreating in scattered and disorganized parties to the nutnher of some 5000 in front of him. Aniter dam and Fict Rctief have Wen occupied and troops arc protecting the Swai fron tier. French will push on. but is much hampered by the continuous heavy rains. "Summary of total losses indicted on the enemy up to February to: Two hun dred and ninety-two Boers known to have been ki...

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