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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 April 1901

April. t'lf)nln( OTade Easy. Mneh of the terror of spring cleaning msr fee sTolrlncI by proper prennrntlon. f'ettkil weather should be selected for the work, onrl supply of all needed orflclcs in readiness. Irory Heap will lo found best for washing windows, paints end floor : it iib.fi rmlcM, nn l very effeetite in making (lie home clean mud froli -Wins K Varkar The wcipht of the nir which encirrtcs the earth is equal to that of 681, (XX) culics oi copper, encn 10U3 yard square. Mrs. Winslnw's Hoothlng Hyrup forehlMro'i teething, (often thegnm, redtioei Infl.mtni lion, allays pain, curea wlndoelio. 2Scabott!j The Public Library of Chicago lias 2G0, (00 volumes. Flso's Cnre ia the bent medicine we ever tiM I for all affections of throat and Innira. Wm. O. Eudslby, Vanbnrcn, Ind., Feb, 10, 1000. Rhode Island ia one of the thirteen orig inal tit lea and smallest in (he Union, If yon want '.'(tood digestion to wait npon vour appetito" you should always chow a bar of Adorns' Pepsin Tutti...

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. — 18 April 1901

Hig Furniture Store at IJustou town. The ad tolls about it. Read Mrs. Moorliead's Milli nery ad in auother column. Nice fresh Tomatoes, 4 cans for ."?, while they last.at Kobiifsou's. Subscribe for the Fulton Coun ty News. Only a dollar u year in advance. Merchant J. K. Johnston h;is some information for you in his new ad this week. You gvt more Peerless Liver Pills in a 10c bottle than in a twenty-five cent bottle of other brands. Jefferson Harris of Ayr town ship came up one day last week and formally entered the race for the Democratic nomination for sheriff. Skin trouble,cuts,burns,scnlds and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is imitated. He sure to get DeWitt's. Trout's drug store. The citizens and patrons of the school at Needrnore.showed their appreciation of their teacher Prof. B. N. Palmer by raising him a nice sum to supplement his sal ary. Those famous littlo pills, De Witt's Little Early Risers will re move all impurities from your system,...

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. — 25 April 1901

y Hit 011 J ;A w. -v a. -v. VOLUME 2. McGONNELLSIiURG, HA., April 2S, 1901. NUMBER 32. That Kiddle. If Miss Mollie Soylar thought when sending Unit Bible riddle which appeared in last week's News, Unit wo Fulton county people would just "give it up," she forgot that wo go to Sunday school, and know who was the h'rst inau,who the strongest man was, and can sometimes distinguish between Fraukliu and Solomon. Among those- who have sent iu answers, and the answers all agree on The Whale that swallow ed Jonah, aroT. J. Thompson of this place, Mrs. llannah Cliuc, Fort Littleton, Geo. W. Morton, Pleasant Kidge, Joseih T. Kicli ards, Dig Cove Tauuevy; J. L. Grissiuger, New Grenada; Mrs. A. W. Deshoug, Owl Creek; Stil l(;y II. May, Hancock; Louisa Mol lis Barney, Clear ville;.T. II. Kan If -man, Jacksons Mills; Mrs. Annie Duulap, Shippeusburg; Miss Ella Brady, Warfordsburg; Mrs. lL;yesMorgret,Clearliold,andoiie postal card that gives the correct answer is signed Clear Kidge,and another signe...

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. — 25 April 1901

A BUNDLE OF RAGS IN THE COFFIN. Aa Alleged Insurance Swindle Un earthed In Missouri. THREE MEN HAVE BEEN ARRESTLD. Tie Sadden Appearance ot Thomas Rcid, Hit Insurance, followed by His Mys terious Illness and Alleged Death In the Woods-The Smallpox Scare Used to Keep Away the Curious. Portagcvillc. Mo. (Special). Follow ing a dramatic scene in the village Kravcyard here, where a dozen men gathered at midnight and dug up a coflin found to contain only some old rags, three prominent residents of this place have been arrested, charged with attempting to perpetrate an insurance fraud. The accused men are A. T. Smock, a druggist; Dr. Harry II. O'Kelley and John Adams. They had taken a lively interest in Thomas Reid. a stranger who came to this hamlet a few months ago, and soon joined the Modern Woodmen of America, a beneficiary order. Reid presently took out a policy for $3000 in the order, naming a cousin, Francis Marion Reed, as beneficiary. He dis appeared in a few weeks and his allege...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 April 1901

TWO SCHOOLS. I put my heart to school, Tn the world where men grow wis. "Oo out." I Htiiil. "and learn the rule; Come back when you win the prir My heart rame back again. "And where 1 the prize?" 1 rried. "The rule wa false, and the prize was pain. And the leather name was Pride." I put my henrt to selinol. In the wood where wilrl bird ning, ' In the field where flower spring, . Where brook run rool and clear. And the blue of heaven bend near. "On out." I said, "you are only a fool. But perhaps thty can teach yon here." And why do you tay o long. My heart, nnd where do you roam?" The answer came with a laugh andasong, "I rind thi school i home." llenry van Dyke, in the Atlantic. K-ti.Ai.i.i.A.tiiJU,.l..iJ.i..iAAAi.AAl'?; The Baleful Eye. Bu Anthony P. Morris. "J APItOMINENT Btore In Pails was that of Jean Guilonu, linker, a widower with one ,j child, llorlouiio, just seven teen J'tnra of age and very beautiful. .lean wisely took no part in tho com niiinisllc orgies running riot on t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 April 1901

Thursday. A BUNDLE OF Ri Editor. A. Alleged NELLSBURG, PA. '" THRF.Ijrsday, April 25. 1901. r-- : m Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AnVHTIBlMO RATKS. lnr Rqimre of line 3 tlm" t-1 0. IVr wjimre ench Niihscqueut Insertion f. All advertisement mserted for leaa thun three months cearKed by the square. 3 nuts. I (tnuiN. I 1 r. One-fourth uotuiun I-V(io. One-hulf column One Column 4.m. '.v.on. I H!o 4II.CW. ro.HU. I 7.V1I. Nothing Inserted for less than I. Professional Curds one year 5. Journcv to Persia. (Continued from llrst pane.) a piece broken from the side of it weighs eighteen tons. Tradition holds that the scaffold 011 which it rested broke. It now stands on a stone platform about four feet high. A clapper lying un derneath it appeared to bo about ten feet long. In the Cathedral at St. Micha el, where rests the remains of Ivan the Terrible, a glass case contained the bones of former saints; and pilgrims wero kissing the glass as they passed by. In another cathedral, ...

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. — 25 April 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. FC THE th ill CUES. A Gumrt Tli it 1.4 Vv.n of Fun niul Also iiisd'iicitvn, IToro is a pune llmt will give young people jolly a half hour ns they couhl nsk for. U iiinv bo call rd "tlic clrnicnls." 'J'hu jiLiyers nro equally diviikil, with u tnjilain for curh siilc. The piilorf talie ents op posite to each oilier, tind one of tho eaitniiw is chosen by lot lo begin the frame. This he docs by taking a knot ted hnudkerehief and throwing it at one of the players on the opposito side, ealliiiq out at the saino tinio "Kiirth!" '"Water!" "Airl" or "Fire!" If he culls "Earth!" the player into whose lap the handkerchief iias fallen must name some quadruped before the captain can count ten; if he calls "Water!" the player must name n lish ; if "Air!" he must name a bird, and if "Fire!" ho must re main perfectly silent. If a player fail to name an ani mal or mi me the wrong one or Rpeak when he should remain client, ho drops out of the frame, and tho captain then takes tho ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 April 1901

thh srsiTi) New York Clty.-Tho waist that In cludes n dorp yoke, narrow front and liertlia holds a high 1'lnee among the designs of the Sanson. Tlie sniiirt May Mautou design Musi rated has the ad- JtiA. . . l.'.v .I- J FANCY WAIS'T. vantage of suiting both Hie costume and the odd bodice, and all will be found generally becoming. Tin; orig inal is made from Loulsiuc Kill; in pastel blue with bertha of cream guipure, uudersleeves of white chif fon and trimming of black velvet rib bon, but taffeta, panne crepe, crepe de chine and all the soft finished silks are suitable, while charming effects can be obtained with veiling, nlbat ross, wool crepe and the like. The fitted lining consists of the usual pieces and opens nt the centre front. The back Is faced to give the yoke effect, but the front yoke and plastron are entirely separate, being attached to the right side and hooked oVer onto the left. The waist proper Is tucked at each front edge and is ar ranged In gathers at the waist line...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 April 1901

A Voir Uuontlou. "Jennie," said little Mabel to her big inter at breaklast, "did you tell papa?" "Tell papa what?" asked Jennie. "Why, you told Mr. Buster last night if he did it again you'd tell papa and he did it again I saw him." And then papa looked at Jennie over his glasses. New Enp Have an Abiding Faith in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After years of strurrfrle to attain and merit public confidence, with a firm Bnd steadfast belief that some day others would recopnize in us the truth, (rood faith, and honesty of purpose -which we know we possess, what a g-cnu-ino satisfaction it is to succeed, and to ri-alir.e the uplifting influence of the merited confidence of a vast army of our fellow beings. Thus stands the Pinkham name in New Kngland, nnd all over America, and nowhere is the faith in Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound greater than in New England, its home. Merit, and merit ulone, can gain this. OROAN1C INFLAMMATION. " Drar Mrs. Pinkham : I was troubled very b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 April 1901

us for unison s. I ' -- A . 1 . 1 jSSf Peerless Liver s bottle tliau iu a j ceut bottle of other .tronize the people who ad .rtise in the News. They have the goods you waut and the' en terprise to ask for your patron age. Report of Independence school, A. C. Peck, teacher. Per cent, of attendance during term, 91; average attendance, 21. Those who attended every day were Kusscll W. Shives, G rover Funk and Wreatha Evans. Those famous little pills, De Witt's Little Early Risers will re move all impurities from your system, cleanse your bowels, make them regular. Trout'sdrugstore. Divine services will be held April L'8 iu the United Brethren churches 'on the Hustontown charge as follows: Mt. Tabor, 10.30 a. m.; Oak Grove, 2.30 p. m.; "Wells Valley, 7.30 p. m. All are welcome to these services. V. II. DaFob, Pastor. Pupils who attended Jacob Lake's school every day: Edith Mellott, Goldie Deshong, Lillie Deshong, Albert Mellott, George Fittry, David Fittry, Simpson Mellott and Wilbert De...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 May 1901

VOLUME 2. MCCONNELLSBURG, FA., May 2, 1901. NUMBER 33. In the Foreign Field. It has occurred to us that in connection with the publication of Mr. Pittman's letter, a brief illusion to several missionaries who went from, or stood closely related to.McConnellsburg.might not be without interest to many of our readers. On July 9, 1850, the Kev. Rob ert S. Fuller ton, who had recent ly graduated from the Western Theological Seminary, at Alle gheny, Pa., was married toMiss Martha White, a sister of the Kev. N. G. White, for many years the loved and honored pastor of McConnellsburg, Green Hill and Wells Valley Presbyteriau churches. They were married by Rev. Mr. White at his resi dence now that of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dickson at the corner of Water and Second street in this place. They sailed from Boston with a party of outgoing mission aries for India August 1, 1850. Their field of labor was Futteh gurh. Several weeks before their sailing were spent in Mc Connellsburg. David Elliott Campbel...

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. — 2 May 1901

CHINESE ROUTED BY THE GERMAN TFGOPS. A Number of (Wmw Oil leers Men Wounded. and BATTLES NEAR SHANSI BORDER. Tbe Qcrnan Fortes Commanded by General Kettler soil the Chinese by Qeneril Liu- Tbe Chinese Driven Buck Over the Wall After Stubborn Redstancc-The Germans Storm Bastion. Berlin (By Cable). The German War Office has received the following advices from Count von Waldcrsee, dat ed Pckin, April 27: "Three engagements occurred April 23 and a fourth April 24 at the Great Wall between four columns under Gen eral Kettler and the Chinese troops un der General Lou. The Chinese were everywhere defeated, and. after a stub born resistance, were forced back over the wall, being pursued a far a Ku kuan. Our casualties were four officers wounded and three men killed and 32 wounded. The French troops were not engaged. Subsequently the following additional dispatch regarding the lour engagements was received from Count von Waldcr see : "The following reports from Pckin arrived last night, owin...

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. — 2 May 1901

t "IT MUST I'd night was throbbing with rapture,' Its pulses ran full with fire, And the sea for the moon above her Sobbed hpr desire; The pulse in your hand wan stronger Th.m the pulse of the yearning sea Hut Hie heart of my heart kept beating, "ft must not be." The rosea trembled with perfume That thrilled us with sweet unrest, And a torm of passionate longing Ached in my breast; A 'ove for some Hear lnt passion Mourned tenderly on the hill lint the heart of rev liea"- l-opl beating lliisn: nusm ite sun. 1 PETE'S BABETTE. 1 T1IK15R had nlwnys becu Tote. At least so the people down fit Snlnt Michel snld when n , "trangor would osk where he lind come fnmi. Kven before the Covcrnment had built thn lighthouse on Presque Isle, Pete's fishing hut hud been there, nnd every nlftht he hung out his Inuli'i'ii on the end of a pole, ho thai the bouts, rounding tho point n mill! or two below, would ceo Its flicker, nud steer dear of the lone snnd bur tluit run out like 1111 nnt eater's nose fr...

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. — 2 May 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, May 2. 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 pei Annum in Advance. ADVIRTDURO RATBS. Per nqunre of S lines 8 time ler square each subsequent Insertion... All advertisement inserted for less three months cearned by the square. .11 M. SO. than One-fourth column... One-hair column One Column 8 mos. fl mos. 1 yr . .nS.no. i i-jooo. I .'. . . SS.00. I 40.UU. I M.00 ... 40.00. M.00. 75.00. Nothing Inserted for less than II. Professional Cards one year 16. Talc of a Stamp. I'm a stamp A postage stamp A two-center; Don't want to brag. But I was never licked, Except once; By a gentleman, too; He put me on To a good thing; It was an envelope Perfumed, pink, square: I've been stuck on That envelope Ever since; He dropped us The envelope and me Through a slot In a dark box; But we were rescued By a mail clerk, More's the pity; He hit me an awful Smash with a hammer; It left my face Black and blue; Then I wen...

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. — 2 May 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. WORTH WIIILH TO RIO A Jt'DGR. . Jud;.;o Gates of the Kansas City circuit court tells the following sto ry ns illustrative of the f net that it docs sometimes pay to hold a judi cial position: "My family being ab sent from homo for awhile, I nave been taking my meals nt a restau rant in Independence, where negro boys are employed as waiters. In one corner of the room in a dumb waiter, where orders are called out to the cook in the kitchen above. The first morning my order includ ed, among other things, two eggs fried medium. The waiter, follow ing his custom, went to the open shaft and then called out my order, ending with 'for Mistah Gates.' lie then turned to attend to some other duty, but had not taken more than three steps when a peculiar look spread over his face. The next mo ment ho had fairly jumped to the opening and cried out: "'Say, thar, William! Lookce huahl That order ain't fob Mistah Gates; it are fob Jedgc Gates! An Bay, thar, make them aigs fresh a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 May 1901

I THE REALM New York City. The sleeping gar ment that cu bo made comfortable for tint nights always finds a demand. The pretty Mny Wanton gowu lllus- -0 W, IMS sqc.vitE yoke Nicnraows. tr.'Hcil allows of an op'.'ii sqnnro nock and elbow skvvcs, or of a liili square yoke with hbdiop sleeve, ns preferred. Th" original is made alter the former style and is of nainsook with trimming of strong ilcrmun Valenciennes laco Insertion and beading. Cambric, lung clrth. linen lawn and soft finished n.uslin are ail used. The laee Is ad mirable and endure laiu;d"ring sin gularly Well, but needlework or linen laeo mrkes uu equally satisfactory finish. To cut this uiglit gown for a woman of medium size six yards of material thirty-sis incite wide will Ik; re quired, live and a half when made with low neck and elbow sleeves, with six and a quarter yards of edging, five and a quarter yard--- of Insertion and four and a half yards of beading to trim as illustrated. When made with the yoke and bishop sl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 May 1901

When a cheerful, brave and light-hearted woman is sud denly plunged into that perfection of misery, the blues, it id a sad picture. It is usually this way : She has been feeling out of sorts for some time, experi encing severe headache and backache ; sleeps very poorly and is exceedingly nervous. Sometimes she is nearly overcome by faintness, dizzi ness, and palpitation of the heart : then that bearing-down feeling is dreadfully wearing. Her husband says, "Now, don't get the bluP3 I You will be all right after you have taken the doctor's medicine." But she does not get ail right. ' She grows worse day by day, until all at once she realizes that a distressing female complaint is established. ' Hor doctor has made a mistake. She loses faith ; hope vanishes ; then comes the morbid, melancholy, everlasting blues. She should have been told just what the trouble was, but probably sho withheld some information from the doctor, who, therefore, is unable to accurately locate her particular i...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 May 1901

Nieo fresh Totniitot's,4 caus for Sou, while they lust.ut Kobiuson's. You got more Peerless Liver Pills in a 10c bottle than in a tweuty-five cent bottle of other brands. Dr. Garthwaite entertained a large number of friends at the home of Miss Ester Sloan Tues day evening. Corn Plows, Harrows, and Ag ricultural Implements generally at W. II. Nesbit's and prices right. Beginning with May 1, 1901, we notice the Cash system has been adopted at Robinson's grocery. No goods sold on credit. While Johu Kuhn was poiuting rails at Jacob Motter's last Satur day he had the misfortune to cut his foot rather seriously. A number of our people went over to Mercersburg Monday night for the High School Com mencement exercises at that place. Jacob Corder Mellott dropped into the News office while in town the other day and added his name to our rapiply growing subscrip tion list. The least quanity and most in quality describes DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous pills for constipation, andliver c...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 May 1901

jfulton VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., May 9, 1901. NUMBER 34. WHAT'S IN A DREAM? OY ONE OF THE FIVE-SIXTHS. I soe iu Park's arithmetic this problem "1 sum up half muukiod, And add K of the remaining holt, And Bnd the total of their hopes and fears, Dreams, empty dreams." So says the immortal Cowper. If his accounts be true, what pro portion of mankind arc dreamers? Ans. live-sixths. Now, I had a dream, and I will try to relate it verbatim. I dreamed that I was standing in a field on my farm, which con tains seven acres, and wondering if there was any pay in cultivat ing my poor farm; for I had put 1300 pounds of fertilizers, ten bushels of good seed wheat, and oue bushel of timothy seed on the field when I seeded it the fall be fore. When I cut the crop of said field and threshed it, I got 17 bushels of inferior wheat in re turn to say nothing of some straw for my cow. In my dream, I also had a field of corn. The corn stalks were about three feet in height, and probably every fifth...

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. — 9 May 1901

THE GERMANS FIRE ON A BRITISH TIG. Now Its An International Ruffle at Tica Tain. TWO OP BOAT'S CREW WOUNDED. The Germans Ouardini Bridg Acroai the Pel Ho Wvti Tbe Bridge Impedci River Traffic, the British Tuf Toachea It, aod the dennnns Instantly Btate Away-Country la Bad Condition. Tientsin (By Cable). Some German soldiers who were guarding a German bridge across the Peiho river, at the south end of the British concession here, fired on a British tug. the Ego, wounding two of her crew. The bridge impedes river traffic, and the tug touched it. The ministers and generals have greed upon the Peiho Kivcr Improve ment Commission, which is to be com posed of one member each from the consular body, the Tientsin provisional government, and the commissioners of customs, and the following have been nominated: From the consular body. Mr. Hopkins; from the provisional government. General Wogack. and from the commissioners of customs. Hcrr Detring. It is intended that the com mission shall begi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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