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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 March 1901

4 1 finrniTHftnmi (S Hospitals In our great citieB are sad places to visit. Three-fourths of the patients lying on those snow-white beds are women and girls. Why should this be the case ? Because ther have neglected themselves. Every one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in that bearing-down feeling, pain at the left or right of the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back. All of these things are indications of an unhealthy condition of the ovaries or womb. What a terrifying thought ! these poor souls are lying there on those hospital beds awaiting a fearful operation. Do not drag along at home or in your place of employ ment until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an examination and possible operation. Build up the female system, cure the derangements which have signified them selves by danger signals, and remember that Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved thousands of women from the hospital. Head the letter h...

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. — 14 March 1901

'' ' -- '. Read Hosteller's ttd this week. The celebrated Celluloid Starch at Ivobiusou's grocery. Teu thousand pounds country Bacon and Lard wantedat Irwin's. Duffy's, J. C. Maun'sand D. S. Maun's flour at Kobinson's. Kecleaned Sapling, Littlo Clov er, and Timothy Seed at Irwin's. Kev. Bcall preached his fare well sermon at Oakley last Sun day. Lightniug Liniment, 10c for large bottles. For General Use. Ask for it. Irwin is giving some special bargains in Decorated Dinner ware. Give him a call. Mr. John Douglass of Plum Run sold a nice horse last Satur day to Mr Bridges, of Hancock. Try Irwin's syrup at 30 cts per gal. Hominy, 2c lb. Frunes,5clb. A full stock of fancy groceries. John"VV. Stevens has sold out at Biglerville, Adams county, and will go into business at Mechan icsburg April 1. It is guaranteed that Peerless Horse & Cattle Powders are mado from nothing but strictly pure drugs. Price 10c a pound package. Dr. J. C. Stever, of Hunting don, who formerly practiced medici...

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. — 21 March 1901

ton Count 1 VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., March 21, 1901. NUMBER 27. HE NEEDED A WIFE. A Scoundrel Who Clnlmed to ho from lluncock Mnrrie a I niton County Uirl. From Hancock Stur. Ikvin Tuuax Ou February 27, 1901, at the residence of D. 13. Lake in Licking Creek township, by Rev. J. C. Garland, Mr. James Irvin, of Hancock, Md., and Miss Mertie Truax, of Belfast town sliip.Fulton county Pennsylvania. The above marr iage was clipped from a McConnellsburg paper and thereby hangs a tale. It appears that about Febru ary 24th a stranger stopped at the homo of Ilartman Truax and gave his name as Dr. James Ir vin, of Hancock, Maryland. lie told wonderful tales of $2500 in gold deposited in the Hancock Bank, of his beautiful residence and large practice here. He also insinuated that he was lonely and needed a wife to adorn his home. The following day he proposed to Miss Mertie, the handsome 18 year old daughter of Mr. Truax. After a family council the propo sal was accepted and on the 27th ...

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. — 21 March 1901

GEN. HARRISON BURIED. President McKinlcy at the Grave o( the Ex-President. THOUSANDS SEE FUNERAL CORTECE. The Honorary Pallbearers Include Member ol the Cabinet ol ficn. Harrison When President-James Whitcomb Riley an Active Pall' bearer-An Impressive Scene In the hirst Presbyterian Church. Indianapolis ( Special V Surrounded 1y tully 15.000 of hi iellow-citizcns the body of Benjamin Harrison was Sun day afternoon buried in the family lot in Crown Hill Cemetery. Close by the grave were the members of his family, President McKinlcy and other visitors oi distinction, and the more intimate friends of General Har rison. Hack a distance of 50 yards, be hind ropes guapdcd zealously by a large force of police, stood widi uncovered heads a great multitude who did not know him so well as those who stood beside the freshly upturned earth, but who honored him and admired him quite as much. For nine hours Saturday the body lay in state in the Capitol, and in that time not for a moment was there...

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

A crisis: g By Hester A. Benedict. gj TV JT ART K l I one wl I I Y I room, 1 , child i AUY KLLET stood at tlic ludow of her pretty looking clown upon a In the urea a blue- red, flaxen-haired baby of four yenrs, as fair, and tweet, nnd bright a study & even an artist could desire. iBut Mnry Eliot was no artist at liaat not oue who puts beautiful fan cies Into words, or on canvas. She wis only one of thirty saleswomen In a (Broadway dry goods house, and a boarder with the owners of the baby, who was having n'splendld time with her dog and her dolly. In the sunshine of tho late spring that everybody was rejoicing over. "Eight o'clock," said Mary, as the Striking of a clock below came up, with a deep admonishing tone to where she stood. "What can keep him, I wonder? A half hour past time al ready, and I wns never tardy before In all the years I've been with Blake & Hlllman. I shall lose my place, Just as likely as not, for I cannot give a satisfactory excuse, except I tell tho t...

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 March 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 21, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIJVIKTWIHU RATH. Per ftquare of R 11ni 3 times II 50. l'er wjimre each mittwcuuent lriNertion.... M. All advertisements inserted for leas thuo three nioatlu oearifed by the square. 8 moM. tmin. 1 yr. fiKui. I :.ii.cTTi iin. &VI. 44.td. ftn.in). 41.C). I NS.m). I 75.110. One-fourth column. One-hulf column.... One Column Nothtnir Irmerted for lew than II. I'roteMtlonal Card one year to. Lcavin Home. When a feller sort of pucks his traps an' goes away from home, Whar the birds are alius singin' an' the honey's in the bomb Whar the sunshine is the brightest an' the heart beats all in tune, An' life's as sweet in winter as in ros , lest days of June. No matter how the skies look ef they ar jest as bright an' blue As the eyes with which your sweetheurt twinkled messages to you You'll find 'em growin' misty, with a haze on field a...

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 March 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Tbc Hairdresser "And i!i)Mi(n, mother what hns be come of her?" Alliin Fairfax ankcd the question with perceptible heightening of the color iti his brown check, briiiKliii; it In, as It were, carelessly, olthouli it was the one question tlint hail been In Mm iniml all this first dny of his return from lopg East Indinn absence. "Oh, she married some fellow or other, ami let nic see 1 believe hIiu Is dead." "You speak vaguely, mother, of your own niece." "Well, really, yon know that Glen Fair fax's family never seemed like our own, ami Hosiin was always full of some, whim or other." Mrs. Fairfax thought to herself how fortunate it was that Itosita was out of ber son's way. "Allan would have been just absurd enough to renew the old engagement If he had had the ghost of on opportunity, and now that Helen Farqunrson, with all that property of hers, fnncies him such a piece of chivalrous romance would have been simply absurd." Mrs. Fairfax sailed out of the room, and h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 March 1901

THE REALM New York City. The simple shirred waist ban n clinriu nnd n definite use fulness that Is peculiarly lis own. Made from floured Hilks of nny soft TEASANT WAIST. ort. the new Louisims. such ns the birds-eye, moire and urmure, wash Bilks and soft crepes, it is charming and effective without triiumliiK or ad oltion of any sort, nud mnde from Liberty, India. Moussellne and the like mnkes an iileal bodice for wear beneath the charming little boleros that are cut out at the neck and short enough to reavel the belt. As showu In the accompanying May Manton de sign, the material Is figured Louisine In pastel violet, the figures being of slightly deeper hues, touched here and there with lighter threads that give n subtle shadowy effect, and the belt is of harmonizing violet panne held by a gold clasp; but colors are al ways a matter of personal choice an J afford as wide a range as that offered by materials. The foundation is n fitted lining with single darts, shoulder and made-arm s...

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

OH ! FOR STRENGTH ! Weak Nerves, Tired, Exhausted Bodies. Tie Complaint of Thousands upon Health and Strength are Within Your Grasp. Dr. Graane's Nervura Makes You Strong and Weil. It is the Great Restorative of Brain and Nerve. Oh, those nerves of ours, how they do bother us! Weak, tired, and ner vous Is Uie complaint everywhere. We overwork, dissipate, weaken our bodies, ruin our health, and Anally break down. Sleeplessness and indi gestion are early symptoms, for the nerves are too exhausted and irritable to permit rest, and the stomach too weak to digest food. It is nerve and brain exhaustion which makes the brain tired, and the arm nerveless, the limbs trembling, the muscles weak, and the whole body without strength, energy or ambition. It is loss of nerve and vital power which Is slowly but surely sapping the very life itself, and unless help Is sought from the right source, the end will be shattered nerves, Insanity with softeDlng of the brain, nervous pros tration, heart fai...

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

i Rend llostetter's ad this week. Seo H. L. Norm's new ad this week. The celebrated Celluloid .Starch at liobiusou's grocery. Have you seen II. L. Norris's ad? Look it up. Ten thousand pounds country Bacon and Lard wanted at Irwin's. Harness one price to all, II. L, Norris, Three Springs. Kecleaned Sapling, Littlu Clov er, and Timothy Seed at Irwin's. All work guarnteed at Norris's Three Springs. See ad. Lightning Liniment, 10c for larga bottles. For General Use. Ask for it. For good work at low prices, go to Norris's Three Springs. Irwin is giving some special bargaius in Decorated Dinner ware. Give him a call. Dennis Gordon and Billy Peck were among the court visitors Tuesday. 50 men wanted to buy harness at H. L. Norris's Three Springs. G. W. Mellott did not forget to give us a call while in town Mon day. Try Irwin's syrup at 30 cts per gal. Hominy, 2c lb. Prunes,rc lb. A full stock of fancy groceries. Jonas Truax and Joseph Mel lott, of Belfast, were in town last Thursday. Ask y...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 March 1901

P! CotttttM VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG. PA., March 23, 1901. NUMBER 23. COURT PROCEEDINGS. Tlie following first and final ac counts were confirmed: Lewis Yonker, administrator of Lewis Hoopeugardner; Lewis Yonker, administrator of Eliza J. Hoopen gardner; J. K. Tritle, administra tor of George Summers;S. Edward McKee, executor of Jacob Hess, and M. R. Shaffner appointed auditor; John P. Johnson, execu tor of David Johnson; W. H. Nel son.executor of George McQuade; Job L. Garland, administrator of Jacob P. Garland, George B. Daniels, auditor; David Denisar, executor of Barbara Denisar, W. S. Alexander, auditor; and Hon. V. S. Alexander, trustee to sell the real estate of James and Mar garet Gproat, M. R. Shaffner ap pointed auditor. Sarah A. Pittman vs. George W. Cooper continued. Margaret A.Gordon vs. Charles Gordon case settled by the par ties. Order of sale of real estate for paying of debts, in estate of Mrs. Mary E. Sipes continued. Elijah Baldwin and George W. Wilds vs. R. V. Cli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 March 1901

A DARING ADVENTURE. General Funston Leadi Expedition lo Capture Aguinaldo. MARCH INTO THE DEEP INTERIOR. May Furnish a Fitting Climax lo HI Brilliant Carter, or Result lo Hl DIscomflture-Hit PUo It lo Be Taken Into the Pretence ol the Flllpioo Leader at Prisoner, and Then Tarn the Tablet on Kit Supposed Caplcr. ' Manila (By Calilc). General Funston is now engaged in a daring project which promise to he the greatest and most romantic achievement of Ins event ful career. In January, from his hiding place in the province of Isabella. Aguin aldo wrote letters anathematizing the sub-chiefs who had taken the oath of al legiance to the L'nited States. Later. Aguinaldo ordered certain insurgent i forces in Southern Luzon to join him at ' a rendezvous in I -abulia province. The rebel officer entrusted with these orders secretly negotiated with the Americans, i securing necessary mtormation. ucn eral Funs-ton planned Aguinaldo's cap ture, and with General MacArthur's au thorization General Fu...

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. — 28 March 1901

AN EXAMPLE BY MARIA IT was a Sabbnlb night nnd Llaber anil me wa Bcated by the lire place In the slttlu'-rooni. Neither of u poke, for we wai thlukln' that Jest twenty-six year ago we wag married; that another anniversary wai burryln' on to join those already count ed; that life' clock was strlklu' anoth er hour for us. We've had our share of the "up and downs" of this world, but our love has teen of the sort to stand "wear and tear," so I don't mind sayln' that we've had to do with considerable of the lat ter. I believe In submission when It ain't carried too far by either party. Overrulln' Is Injurious, and those who are Indulged In It never know when they have become tyrannical or headstrong, so of course the yleldln' soul don't git credit for glvln' in. LlHher's manliness was whnt I first admired in him. Folks called him "set and stubborn, but generous and nwful klnd-heurted." He was tall and the strongest of them all, when It come to wrestlin' and sich like. So It has always be...

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. — 28 March 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 23. 1901. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. nVBTISI!Q RATS'. Per square of !tne 3 times II SO. Persijimre each autwenuent Insertion !Vi. All udvcrti-tt-ment-i in-.ert.-d for lew than three months ceurKeU by the squure. 3mux. dmiis. I vr. One-fourth column tlK.oii. i jw.im.Tfciii m, One-hulf eolumn L'.tx). 40.u. Mm). One Column 4", HP. I NvOO. 7eo. Nothing Inserted for less thnn II. 1'roffH.slonal funis one yciir tn. Has Degrees Enough. The following "sr-'vial'' from Iloading, appear ed in th North American last Friday: "When you yet to bo GH, don't try to join a lodge there is no telling w hat will happen to you. Frederick Huyett, of Exeter, who gave this advice to-day, is the person who had six men ar rested yesterday. He alleges that in pretending to initiate him into the Red Men they rode him on a rail, ducked him and did many other things to him. "I thought the young...

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. — 28 March 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. : I T "' LOVE'S WELCOME. Ti only aprrk In thp lltam, 'Tin only a mil on the sr. But nmv ! am loneinu nnrl wilting Trt wnirornr my Im-e bnrk to me. Hp loft mo, with honrt true and trader, 1 A fortune to nook o'er the tnnln; 1 I iorm now to hoar him roponMna; i , In arrcnU so iiwpct that refrain: Ooodhy, my Invert otip, frnnrtby, my darllnir. Thnmrli I mint Inve you my fortune to find, 8iiy you'll bo faithful, loving and patient; Hay that I'm leaving tnie hi-art behind. Now nearer the ft hreere 1 henrinc; : ! That hravc little cm ft to the land, And anon onee mrntn I'll lw ifnmlfnfr f. ipUe my dear lnve hand In hand, And now Into port alio la steering; - I (toe my dear hoy once atrain, An I open my arm to my darling, I Bniilinsly chnnne that refrain: Welenme, my Invert one, welcome, my darling:; Time hn a not chanced my fond love for thee; If you art ill love me, any you arc willing; Never again to roam tar o er the noa. Woman a Life. DEATH IN HOTELS. Peculiar View...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 March 1901

41 New York City. Mule sills are never more attractive than when Im ply gowned. The chiirnilng little May Manton costume Illustrated Is correct OIRL'S COHTfMB. in every detail 41 nil will lie found ad mirable for light-weight wools, such lis cashmere, albatross anil wool crone tie chine, ns well as for ginghams, lin en, pique. Madras, Swiss muslin, Kng lish percale and all the ranee of wash able fabrics, but in the original Is made from mercerized Madras In blue and white. The foundation for the waist is a fitted lining faced with the yoking ma terial and upon which the tucked front aud back are arranged. Hound the edge of the yoke is 11 tltted collar that Is simple enough to launder with ease, yet Is uuversally becoming and adds greatly to the elTect. The sleeves are In bishop style linished with straight .iid said that I h got the first cleg-feu. "I told them that I di the other two degrees, told me it was too late that I had to take all They then carried me to trough, and, ser'ng...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 March 1901

Coronation Fspansas sf m King. Although lome considerable period must elapse ""before the coronation of King Edward, it will in a short time be necessary for TaTliament to decide upon fhe amount to be scent upon the cere monies, and in this connection the sums voted for preceding coronations are recalled. The first ceremony of the last century, in 1820, when George IV was crowned, cost over $1,200,000, but for that ten years later, on the accession of William IV, only $250,000 was asked. When Queen Victoria's coronation took place the then Government was of opin ion that for a sum of $.150,000 the cele brations could be done without waste, but with suitable luxury. This in creased amount, however, did not satisfy the tradesmen of London, and a depu tation was formed, which, headed by the Marnuis of Londonderry, waited upon t'hc Home Secretary, and while rayinff dint tne solemnity miK'H oe eld lim ine the holiday season, in order that a great number of sightseers might be attracted t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 March 1901

' Read Hostetter's nd this week. There are no trial trips on tho sea of matrimony. The celebrated Celluloid Starch at Kobinsou's grocery. Lightning Liniment, 10c for largo bottles. For CJeueral Use. Ask for it. lieisners have a new ad this week on Cth page. Head every word of it. Walter C. Teck has secured employment in a patent leather factory in Philadelphia. Dr. and Mrs. Dalbey entertain ed a number of friends at their home on West Water street last Wednesday evening. W. M. llann has purchased the "Crawford" pluco near Gracey in Taylor township, and will move thereon about tho first of ApriL It is guaranteed that Peerless Horse & Cattle Powders are made from nothing but strictly pure drugs. PricelOcapound package. About a score of guests were entertained very pleasantly last Friday evening in the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Smith. Hon. S. W. Kirk has kindly placed tho News on the list of papers to which he sends the Leg islative Record, for which we are thankful. A...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 April 1901

jftttoti El F-! VOLUME 2. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., April 4, 1901. NUABER 2. Channel of Residence. The first of April brought about the usual number oi changes in residence, among which we note the following: Mrs. Annie Ben ford from S. M.Robinson's house on West Water street to Miss Mary Fisher's on North First; lion. S. W. Kirk from Miss Mary Daniels, across the street to the house of the late Thomas Patter son; W. S. Fisher from Mercers burg to S. B. Woollet's property a half mile north of town; Ralph Reed from that house to his own property on east Main; Francis Doyle from that property to Da vie Little's house just east of the millinery store, which in turn was vacated by Samuel Glass, who went into the Benj. Shinier property on the corner of Walnut and First, and Mr. Shimer moved into the new house built on the Annie Doyle lots on North Sec ond. Frank Sheely went from the Mrs. Erb house north of the Lutheran church to the Mrs. Sterret house on East Water street which was vacated by...

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. — 4 April 1901

PKEPARINGJFOR WAR. Jayu la Making Energetic Preparations for Trouble. CRISIS BETWEEN EMPEROR AND CZAR Attention li Directed More to Korea Than China -Russia's Apparent Withdrawal or Modifica tion of Her Demands Quite Falls to Restore Confidence In aa Amicable Settlement of Mm Problem. London (By Cable). The Far East ern situation continues an enigma to all European observers. Russia's apparent withdrawal or modification of her de mands quite fails to restore confidence in an amicable settlement of the prob lem. It is pointed out with melancholy truth by one English writer that trifling with the Anglo-Russian incident at the Tientsin railway siding will probably cost Great Britain at least ,20,oco.ooo in hard cash. It was the news of this incident and the possibility of a conflict between Russia and Great Britain, it is now learned, which caused Botha's rejection of Gen eral Kitchener's peace terms. Attention is directed more to Korea than to China at the present moment, the belief b...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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