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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 April 1901

Who Cometh clad In robes of light, . And than th morning star mors bright ?' 1 It is tht Spring, th Joyous Spring , Th earth U green beneath her feet, tThe violets her coming greet - . V. ' Oh, welcome, welcome, lovely Spring?. About her head the toft wlndt play 41 The bird, attendant on her way, ' Their old familiar carol ting ' The treea in bronze and purple fair V Are painted on the dewy air. Oh, welcome, welcome, lovely Spring' Tie Nature' happy Easter-tide, The fields rejoice on every tide, t While snnward now the earth doth iwing, niong ine vaie in wooaiana aim I heard the resurrection hymn Oh, welcome, welcome, lovely Spring I jr LONG time ago, as Easter approached, a little white Jh Mayflower that had been sleeping In the woods awoke, and, smiling In the spring sunlight, prayed that it might be an Easter blos som. Ail winter It had dreamed of UUt, nestling cosily down In the warm soil at the foot of a great elm. One Gay the Mayflower saw a company of children out In the fore...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 April 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Pkck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 4, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per - Annum in Advance. AUVKKTIMIIUI KATES. IVr Rquare of line 3 limes II SO. l'er nqutire pitch Hubsemient Insertion.... N. All tulvertlsement Inert'tl for lesn thun three mouths ceartred by the wiuure. 3 num. Hidhs.J I yr. One-fourth column One-hiilf column One Column .It.MUl. I -H.(. I KMO. . 'J.Mm. 4i,H0. ftO.nt. .. 4iu. I N.n. I "fi.o). Nothing Inserted for lew than II. ProfeNMioual Card one year o. The Pessimist. J. V. HfKtiKSS. Hut yesterday the prass wus preen, And all the world looked (ray; Hut now that grass so fresh tiuil bright Has all been turned to hay. The maiden spreads the pretty iViwers Upon her new spring bonnet: Hut soon 'twill in the attic hang With not a jiosey on it. The bicycle comes smiling out All bright, and clean, and trim: But soon a header breaks its back, Likewise its spokes and rim. To-day a baby comes to earth To smile...

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. — 4 April 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. HOW THE BISHOP SMOKED I'MllipM lironka n a Giicxt of Ito.vulty at Windsor. There in n very funny story told of (ho ,isit of Bishop Phillips Brooks to Windsor cnstlo ns the guest of her Jimjesly Queen Victo rin. Ilisliop Hrooks, nfter being hos-pitnbly- received nt the cnstle, was phoMii to liis room. Ho then pro ceeded to light Iiinnccuptoined cignr. Very noon the smoko renehed the. nostrils of a custodian soinewhero not fur away, who enmo to the door and asked the guest not to smoke, as it was forbidden. llisliop Brooks then came out in to the corridor and went on Binok ing there. The custodian again beg ged him to desist. The bishop went back to his room and out upon the balcony which opened from it and resumed his cigar there, thinking that he was now in tho open air. Again the custodian came, this time passing through the bishop's room, and said, "Smoking is not permit ted, sir, anywhere in Windsor cas tle." Then he once more disappear ed, and Bishop Brooks, ...

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 April 1901

mm THE REALM New York City. The wnlst with bolero effect and narrow full front Is very generally beeomb g and lo essen tially smart. The attractive May WOMAN'S FAXlY WAIST. Manten mode illustrated is uuulc fror.i veiling In Russian blue trimmed with Russian lace, with front . id under tlceves of embroidered chlTon. But the style is appropriate for almost all the reasons materials, albatross wool crepe, barege, eorea, crepe, foulard and all the long list of soft silk and wools. The fitted lining closes at the cen tre front and couslsts of the usual pieces. On it are arranged the seam less back, me soft fronts and the full vest, which last is attached perma nently to the right side Mid is hooked Into place at the left. The fronts are ?xteuded 'o Torm the revcrs which meet the sailor collar that is joined to the neck. am. t-e trimming Is ar ranged to give a bolero effect. The sleeves are made over a fitted lining to which the full undersleevcs are at tached, the upper po- lions ue'ng t...

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 April 1901

A the rn'IM. "There'll be big bargains ot that fire tale to-day," remarked Mrs. Schoppen at breakfast. "I think I'll run down there." "The idea!" exclaimed her husband. "How paganish!" " "What's paganish?" "Why, participating in burnt sacrifices." Clly Feller's Advantage. "That there farm," said (he driver, "on the pfT-side belongs to a feller in town that runs it fcr his health." "How docs he get along?" asked the drummer. "Oh, 'bout well's the rest of us; only he don't have to buy no gold bricks to come out loser, like wc do." WOMEN MUST SLEEP. Avoid Nervous Prostration. If you are dangerously nick what Is the nrst duty of your physician ? lie. quiets the nervous system, ho deadens the pain, and you slut-p well. FricndB ask, " what in the cause V " and the answer comes in pitying tones, nervous prostration. It came upon you so quietly in the beginning, that you wero not alarmed, and when Bleep deserted you night after night until your eyes fairly burned in the darkness, then you t...

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. — 4 April 1901

Easter Jewelry at Irwiu's. Easter Epg Dyes at Irwin's. Head Hostetter's atl this week. Call at Irwin's for Easter Gau dies. J. Pott McKee was in town Tuesday. ' See the beautiful Easter China at Irwin's. , Squire Will Peck of Gem spent Monday in town. A laryo assortment of Easter Novelties at Irwiu's. Nice fresh Tomatoes, 4 cans for LT)C, while they last.at Robinson's. Henry Shue's of Shirleysburg are moving to Mount Union this spring. Lightning Liniment, 10c for larga bottles. For General Use. Ask for it. Ed Strait and family moved to their new home the Samson Mellott farm last Wednesday Preaching services next Sun day morning and evening in the Presbyterian church by Dr. Wrest Robert Gordon was the first man not talking about Adam now the first man to bring us some cash on the first of April. It is guaranteed that Peerless Horse & Cattle Powders are made from nothing but strictly pure drugs. Price 10c a pound package. Joseph Palmer and family are moving this spring from Shir l...

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. — 11 April 1901

Jttltott VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., April 11, 1901. NUMBER 30. Conference Notes. The thirty-third annual session of the Central Pennsylvania Con ference was hold inChambersburfl during the latter part of the last week in March and the former part of the first week in April. This Conference is one of the larg est in Methodism, and is compos ed of five districts, Altoona, Juni ata, Danville, William sport, and Ilarrisburg, with a membership of about 800 ministers. In the government of the M. E. church, the General Conference, which meets every four years last year in Chicago is the high est legislative and judicial body. This is composed of the bishops and of representatives from the anual conferences. The bishops is the highest rank of officers, and they are electod for life by the representatives at the General Conference. The bishops hold semi-annual sessions and the work for the ensuing six months is allotted. Among other duties of the bishops is that of appoint ing presiding ...

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 April 1901

THE RUSSIANS IN A BIG FIGHT. They Have a Battle With Several Thousand Chinese. RUSSIANS LOSE SEVERAL OFFICERS. Tare Regime! ol East Siberian Troops In an Engagement With Several Thousand Chinese Troops Many Men Killed and Wounded-The Chinese Retreat Alter .Losing Heavily Prince Tuan to Be Banished. Berlin (By Cable). A dispatch to (he Cologne Gazette from St. Petersburg says hard fighting is reported to have oc curred between the First, Second and Third East Siberian Rifle Regiments and several thousand of Chinese troops between Kobantsy and Sin-Miu-Ting. The Russians lost a captain and several men killed and a lieutenant colonel, sev eral other officers and many men wound ed. The Chinese lost heavily and re treated, with the Russians pursuing them. The date of the engagement is not mentioned in the dispatch. Another dispatch to the Co'ognc Ga zette from Pekin, dated Thursday, April 4, says the Chinese plenipoten tiaries have agreed on the punishments of the guilty provincial offici...

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 April 1901

I WHEN MOTHER In memory till I plainly hear My mother railing: "Willie. dear Come, Willie! Hurry hi!" In fancy I can see the door And her there as ihe stood of yore, And hear her nay: "Come in!" In every gladdest hour of play My jov were always swept away, For mother ne'er forgot to aay "Oh, Willie! Now come in!" WHITE WATER-LILIES, By Helen Forrest draves. THE sunset was Jvist penciling linos of rlgzng gold athwart the purple-Mark clouds that f were piled along the west; the soft, white mlHt lay, like a shadow of fleecy pearl, over the Hue of the little alder-fringed river; and the train from New York, after a minute's stop, flung out Its Mark banner of smoke, and glided swiftly on, gradu ally accelerating Its speed, as It moved out of sight. Only two passengers) for Cruxbor ough. It was no fashionable summer ing place like Saratoga, Cape May, or even Clifton Springs, but there were few evenings when there were not at least half a dozen to spring from the platform of the New York c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 April 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. I Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 11. 1.901. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVERT1S1HO RATIB.' lVr nqtmre of line 3 time II M). Per twiimrn each Hutweiiuent Insertion.... t All MdvertlseineDtn insprU'tt for lew than three moaihH oeurtied by the tuiuitre. 3 moH. i tlimw, ; I yr. One-fourth column HM CTf Jn.oT uin . i One-hulf eolumn J.M. ).. Stun). One Ouliimii 4Q no, Yi.uo. 7f..i). Nothing Inserted for lew than l'rofetwlonul Curds one yeur tf. To Make a Fire Properly. "When I was a youup woman," remarked a good housekeeper, "I used to think that an intelli gent person could rise to any do mestic emergency, if necessary, but I found out my mistake one morning when the cook was ill, and I tried with my waitress, who was as ignorant as myself to make a fire in the kitchen range. I was at a loss how to begin. I knew nothing about draughts or dampers; the grate was full of dead coal and ashes. Altogeth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 April 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ' THE GOODLY COMPANY. A loyut lioart for H Imnl filrntl, ,( An. I Ifvo fur ilim-o Unit love you; A fcir J sn sun I lo the Jmiincy'i enl, WtuUter tklvn hv .vou; A Huy.h for luck in tho tlawu't triad Hfjht, And so i iff whore tiie niplit vlmil find you, 4; Anil the mad you travel it br;ivn and bright, ThoiiKh rate n no tnt behind you! For loyal friends r.inke a bold array, And love la a charm to shield you, And a ft.irlens soul drives though away That to di (cat would yield jnu, And a lutieh la a spell fur Rim mess cast, And a snrijj so Mronjr. shall rind ynu That the coward l ate, from first to last, Hides fthivcriiift far behind you! 8t. Louis llcpublio. ! y SHE WAS SARCASTIC. Hor TlmnUs Upon Getting a Spat In a Street Car. Members of the smart sot, going homo from tho theater, filled tho Madison avenue ear, and every ono took the squeezing in the best possi ble humor. At ono corner a fat young woman got on. She was dress ed in lino stylo and evidently felt her o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 April 1901

THE EIT New York City. The 1!ouki waist not nloiie holds its place, lint appar ently gains In favor week by week. It suits the greater number of figures; It la elegant In the truest sense, bving entirely simple aud Is equally well ndnpted to the odd bodice nud the en tirp costume. The May Mun'on model shown here- FAVCY BLOUSE WAIST. with is made from panne satin In dove gray with polka dots of white, com bined with eream point de Venlse nnd bunches of darker gray panne, but all the season's silks and soft wool mate rials are appropriate, while the con trasting material can be varied again and again. Lace of all sorts is in vogue, panne velvet with silk is ef fective, panne erepo is still lighter In weight and any silk contrasts well with woolen fabrics. The fitted lining is snug nnd well shaped and closes at the centre front. The plastron, or vest, is attached to the right front and hooked over onto the left, while the back nnd fronts are arranged over the lining before the shoulder...

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. — 11 April 1901

I Beware of Them There r two pfflicllona which perhaps (rive tha moat paiu and trouble, vis: Sciatica B1 Lumbago Both disable mil cripple, but St. Jacobs Oi! it tbeir beit cure. DONT GET WET! THE ORIGINAL msm OILED CLOTHING LAW O- rcuow HKeepYouDrY IN TML " Wettest Weather take no JUBsnTtrrri. look rcw A&ovt thai mark. CATALOGUES FRSP Jhowing Full Line of Gorments erni Hot A.W.TPW6K go.,&oTow.r Ay Beyond Ills Jurisdiction. After hearing evidence is an assault ca?e between man and wife, in which rhe wife had had a deal of provocation, the Magistrate, turning to the husband, re marked: "My good man, I really can not do anything in this case." "But she lias cut a piece of my eir off. sir." "Well," said the Magistrate, "I will bind her over to keep the peace." "You can't," shouted the husband; "she's thrown it away." Wonderful Milking Kaoonl. The milking record for New Zealand has been put up by a Plains settler and his wife, Who, without any help except what could be given by a...

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. — 11 April 1901

Elder Ilimas Mellott preached at Laurel Ridge last Sunday. Nice fresh Tomatoes, 4 cans for 2"c, while they last.at Robinson's. Harry Markley will be at Mc Connellsburg Lodge Friday even ing for installation. Sylvester Cunningham has re moved from Knobsville to the Hastings ttJni! near Fort Little ton. Mr. N. E. M. Iloover accom panied by his father Mr. Andrew Hoover, spent kst Saturday in tovn. CoL V. IL kelson spent a day or two in Chambersburg this week. You get more Peerless Liver Pills in a 10c bottle than in a twenty-five cent bottle of other brands. Mr. M. B. Hill and family re turned to Needmore last Satur day after having spent a year at Clearfield. Mr. J. W. Stevens and family are in their new home at Median -icsburg. John is in Philapel phia this week. Why is a newspaper like a tooth brush? Because everybody should have one of his own and not borrow his neighbor's. John Gordon expects to give an ice-cream supper at the home of his father Jacob Gordon on the first Saturday ...

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 April 1901

4i '-a ,v. V"! VOLUME 2. McCONNKLLSBURG, PA., April IU. V)0. NUMBER 31. Khodu Trtiux. Mrs. Rhoda Truax, of Belfast township,dicdThursday morning, April 1H. If 01, aud was interred on Friday in the graveyard at the Dunkardchurchiutho same towu sliip. Mrs Truax was a daughter of Evan Evans and his wifu Sebiua Hart Evans, and was born July ill, hence sho was in her six-ty-niuth year. Tlio Evanses are of Revolutionary stock, Mrs. Truax's great-grand-father, Evan Evans, having emigrated from Wales and settled near Reading, Pa., m 1703. lie was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and died about 1810, leaving four sous and two daughters. One of the sous, Cadwallader Evans, set tled at Clearville in Bedford coun ty and was grandfather of Mrs. Truax. On the Kith of June, lr she was married to Theodore Mellott. To them were born six chidreu Abigail, David, Harriet Jane, Jacob T., G. Johnson, amerchaut at Gem, and Sebina, wife of Jo seph E. Mellott. The four first named all died in early child...

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. — 18 April 1901

THE IWERS ASK HUGE INDEMNITY. XiMsIa Demands RigM to Deal Inde pendently Regarding Manchuria. JAPAN'S CLAIM VERY MODERATE. Oermany Wants Lesi Thao Russia, Whose CUn la $90,000,000 -The Total Will Be Far la Excess ol the Amount Which China It Able to Pay-Russia Ha Stated that She Had No Idea ol Annexing Manchuria. Washington (Special). The efforts of the Slate Department, through Special Commissioner Kockhill. to keep down the total of the indemnity demanded on China to a sum not to exceed $joo,ooo. ooo have so far proved a failure, and there is little prospect of success. The British Government is in entire harmony with the United States in this matter and has agreed to take a stun somewhat lower than that of the United States, which is approximately $j.s.o:,o, ooo. though our Government is willing to reduce its claim if others will do the same. The British Government, like that of the I'nited States, prefers com mercial privileges to money demands which China cannot meet. The heavi...

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 April 1901

A MOTHER'3 LOVE. ' When a boy is Mr awny from home, AVhnt. pleiwts him the mot? Vhy, it's when it letter comes to him I From mother thro' thr post! ' Xo matter if the ilvr ham ! Appear upon hi head, lie n 'till hm mnthar' Imv a wliea His hair wna carrot red! Tlio' thirty yen linv loft their marks And ncni'til his careworn fnor, In mother's eye hc'ii yet a lad Without time's tllla!e truce! ITer letter thus beinn: "l)tar boy;" It net hin heart nthrill To tliink thnl mother knows liim as A little sharrr till! A mother' 1ot is ss s rharm The rennme of ymilh! One feels that e hu nsufthl to it With 1ot or life or truth. Whene'er he petit a latter from TIi3 mother fur awny. Who seen inumlit hut the guileh-ss child, llehiud the man grown wny. Boston Journal. O500OO00000OOC0C0O0OOCCO0O "WOMAN.i o 8 By Sara Moor. jooooocooooogooodooocoocoo MAN should ove Ills equal always," nltl Dent Len ox. "On, I iion t know:" disputed Will Burgess. "Sometimes ho falls In love with his inferior." "Not reall...

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 April 1901

FULTON COUNTV NEWS. Published Every Thursday. li. VV. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday. April 18. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVltHTWIKO HATES. Ter miunre of f linos Jt tinier II W. ler Hqunre nch nulwemieiit Insertion.... Fnf. All ttdvertisenif ut IiimtumI for less than three mouths ceurired by the Hquiire. Jtirnw.jjliiios. I yr. . .Jlfvon. I j.oaTifcui.i; . . '.!rUtO. 40.tl0. nO.H). .. 4IUXI. I fvYOt). I 7n.ll. One-fourth column. Ont-hnlf column.... One Column Xothlnir Insert rd for less limn 1. rufeHstuDl Curtis one yeitr 5. Journey to Persia. (Continued from Kli-st Paire. started, and I could not resist tho temptatiou to uso my camera agaiu. We were now standing on deck taking our last glimpses of America; and as tho boat passed the "State of Liberty," we felt especially its significance, realiz ing that we were going to a coun try which has no statue of liberty. After the last speck of land had faded from our view, we began to look around us an...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 April 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. " ON THE STAIRS. An Interrupted Proposal and an I'lU'xpcrtcil Finale. "It's so pond of you, Miss Idol mino, lo consent to sit out this Certainly I'll let you puss, Jones. Don't mention it. "As I wns going to sny, Miss Idol mine, I've lice n trying to find a clinncc to see you alone, oh, for sev eral centuries, it seems to me, he enuso I have, something very partic ular to tell (Ih, you want to got down? Certainly, Jones. Can't you find her? "And it's awfully good of you, Miss Idolmine, to miss this dance just for me, and I do appreciate it, and I hope, it augurs See here, Jones, are you getting paid for run ning up and down these stairs? "Oh, Jliss Idolmine, is it really only because you are too tired to dance, this time? Isn't there any other reason, just the tiniest littl'o bit of Yes, confound you! I sup poses you do have to get down again, Jones. "What I've been longing to say, Miss Idolmine Mabel is that I love Say, Jones, I'll kill you if Well, there, get o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 April 1901

Szf TT Tr nn a t m New York City. Full waists with yoke effects of contrasting material ore eminently smart anil unit many figures fur better than tiny other style. W0MAX3 FANCY WAIST. The attractive May Muntou i.:oilcl il lustrated exemplifies the mode In a most satisfactory tunuuer and rati bo used for the entire gown or the odd waist with equal propriety. The original, however, njgkcs a part of a costume of satin foulard in pastel vio let with figures of whlti? lined with black, and Is combined with plain vio let overlaid by a lattice of black Chati tiliy Insertion, whil.) fastening the yoke is n wider baud oi heavy lace through which panne velvet ribbon Is run. At the left of the corsage Is u cliou of tlie panne ami the same ma terial makes the belt. The foundation for tlie waist Is a fitted lining that Includes the usual pieces and closes at the ceutre front. The hack is faced to yoke dep'.h with the full waist arranged beneath, but the front yoke is .eparated. Included In righ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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