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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 May 1901

5 i Lhut fa WmiM (tomtit Is it not true t Women suffer, feel the very life crushed out of them, grow old before their time. Each morning wake up determined to do so much before the day ends, and yet Before the morning is very old the dreadful BACKACHE attacks them, the brave spirit sinks back in affright: no matter how hard they strugglo, the "clutch" is upon them and they fall upon the couch crying : " Why should I suffer so ? What can I dot" The answer is ready, your cry has been heard, and a woman is able to restore you to health and happiness. Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble heed its warning in time. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound will stop your torture and restore your courage. Your pains come from unnatural menstruation or some derangement of the womb. Let those who are suffering read Mrs. Mor ton's letter and be guided by her experience. AN OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN. "Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam: I have been so deliRhtd with Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I 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. — 23 May 1901

Head IlostoUor's nd this week. McCouni.'llsburc I.,odge is not represented at Gettysburg this week. Nice fresh couutry butter re ccived every Thursday at Kobiui son '8 grocery. Dan Ott one day last week kill ed two hawks that measured each three feet from tip to tip. H. L. Norris of Three Springs hasa new Harness Advertisement in another column this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Crouse are happy over the arrival of a new daughter last Sabbath morning. Corn Plows, Harrows, aud Ag ricultural Implements generally at W. H. Nesbit's and prices right. Mrs. Wilson Litton, who re cently moved on the Washabaugh farm near Webster Mills, is ill with typhoid fever. A Catholic sister is nursing her. The least quauity aud most in quality describes DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous pills for constipation, andliver complaints. Trout's drug store. There will be preaching in Hills Chapel one-half mile north of Dott postoftice ou Sunday May "0, at 10 a. m. All are welcome to the service. Rev. W. W. Bl...

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. — 30 May 1901

VOLUME 2. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., May 30, 1901. NUMBER 37. Narrowly Escaped Drowning. Last Saturday afternoon Logue Shives, son of P. R. Shives of Licking Creek township, and Miss Pittman daughter of Jared Pittman of Thompson township, had a narrow escape from drown ing in Licking Creek. Mr. Shives is employed on a farm in the Cove, and last Satur day he got a horse and buggy from I. P. Hendershott, and with Miss Pittmam, started for the home of Logue's father intending to go to the Christian church the next day to witness the baptismal services. When they reached the fording near John Lake's or what may be better known as the aunt Mary Ann Wink fording, the swollen stream led them to feel that there was some risk in attempting to cross. After some deliberation, they both got on the horse, which was still attached to the buggy, and started across; but the wat er was deep and the current strong, and when near the mid dle of the stream, the horse made a misstep. In an instant the youg pe...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 May 1901

FATAL COLLISION OF CARS IN ALBANY. Plrt Persons Were Kilted and Over Forty Injured. FRIGHTFUL WRECK ON TROLLEY LINES Cart Filled With People, Running at Milk Ant of Speed, Collide, and One Car Tle Mfii tb Other-Women, Children and Wreckage Hurled Into aa Indiscriminate Mass-On Motonnao'a Legs Cut OIL Albany, N. Y. (Special1!. Electric ears racing for a switch while dashing in opposite directions at the rate of 40 iniles an hour cost five lives in a ter rific collision, in which over 40 persons were injured, some fatallv and all seri ously. The lobby of the postoffice building here was filled with dead and wounded, hysterical women and chil dren looking for relatives and surgeons administering temporary relief. The scene of the accident was about two miles from Greenbush, on the line ol the Albany and Hudson railway. The place where the cars met on the single track was at a sharp curve. So fast were both running and so sudden was the collision that the motormen had r.o time to put on...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 May 1901

I I A LESSON FROM BY AGNES LOUISE FROY03T. CANNOT understand what has changed Nellie io." Mrs. Howard spoke In trou bled tones, her eyes on her daughter's empty place at the table. Her husband shook his head. Ue woo getting a trifle Impatient wlfh Nel lie. Tom finished his second plate of grlddle-cakcs and Intimated that he could dispose of a third. Then he an nounced hi views on the subject: "Now, mother, there's nothing the matter with Nell but pure olrs. She has been awny to school these two years, and lnt mention the traveled with Aunt Nell and was waited on uu iil she was completely spoiled. Now ebe fetls a little too large for the house. This morning she's late for breakfast ngaln, and when she (loos come trailing In siiie'H have on tbHt dresslng-jacftet thing that looks like a bath robe cut In hulf. It gives mo the blues to look ut It. I hnte those floppy things! I suppose she doesn't think It's worth while to dress up and be entertaining at home." "Now, Tom denr!" admonished...

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. — 30 May 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. May 30. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIRTraiNO RATI. Per square of fl lines 8 times , tl M. Per square eftoh subsequent Insertion.... W. All advertisements Inserted for less thus three months cearited by the square. 3 mos. mow. j I yr. ..lismltsui). i :iuio. . . 40.(10. no.oo. . .. 40.00. I Hft.H0. I 7S.O0. One-fourth column. One-half column.... One Column Nothlnsr Inserted for less than It. Professional Cards one year tfi. Edward YII and Harriet Lane. "Duriug the Prince of Wales's stay in Washington (upon the oc casion of his visit to America, in 1860,)hewasPresideutBuchanan's guest and occupied apartments of the Executive Mansion lookiug over Lafayette Square," -writes Wm. Perrine, in the May Ladies' llomeJournal. "One evening when an elaborate display of fireworks was give in his honor he stood on the balcony of the White House together with Mr. Buchauau and Mis...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 May 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. L 9 -"--".'..' THAT POUND OF FEATHERS. Selentlflo Demonstration That It I Heavier Than the Pound of Lead. A famous old cntch rjuesUon for unwary boys in, "Which 13 heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of lead?'' Of course the unwary boys answer, "A pound of lead," and then everybody inughs, for how can a pound of one thing bo heavier than a pound of pome other thing? But the people that do the laughing aro just as much in error as the boys are, only it is the other way about, for n pound of feathers is, as a mat ter of fact, heavier than a pound of lead. Here is the way to demonstrate it: With perfectly accurate scales weigh a pound of lead, using ordinary shot for convenience. With the Bame wales weigh a pound of feathers, putting them in a inuslin bag for the purpopo and being very careful that tho bag and the feathers to gether weigh exactly one pound. I'lace the shot in one pan of a bal ance and the bag of feathers in tho other, and they will prppently com...

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. — 30 May 1901

REALM New York City. The silk bodice, lace trimmed. Is In the height of style and 1 eminently well suited to both after noon and evening wear. The c' 'c FANCY SHIRT WAIST. May Manton model Illustrated Is both simple aud elegant and Is suitable alike to the odd bodice and the entire costume. The original Is of white taf feta with cream guipure lace and Is designed for wear with odd skirts, but Loulslne silk, crepe de Chine, panne and all the soft-finished silks are suit able, while countless materials might be suggested for the entire costume. Wool crepe Is charming, etamlne 's fashionable. Albatross is much used and both linen and cotton materials of the finer sorts are In every way appro priate with trimming or needlework or lace as preferred. The foundation Is a fitted lining. On It are arranged the tucked rest front, the fronts proper and the back. The front Is tucked to yoke depth and falls In soft folds below and the fronts prop er are laid In three tucks each at the shoulders ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 May 1901

Appropriate "This," the inventor, "is my new Iretlger for river and harbor work." "Ahl" replied the capitalist. "I ob serve you call it the 'Politician.' Your dca in that, I suppose, is to court favor ith the powers that be." "No; I call it the 'Politician simpl" jtcause it throws mud," A inr Thing, Promoter Now in case the stock ties up, you win. Financier Yes; but in case it goes lown? Promoter Then I win. You see this s a sure thing; one or the other of us s sure to win. Cnrea Cancer and Blood Polaon, Contagions blood poison, old Anting ulem, Krofula, bom pains, falling hair, mucous uatcbe, anil deadly cancer, running, fester. Inriore. persistent pimples, eared by B. B. B, (Botanic Bltxxl laliu), which kills the poison. Ileal every sore; especially recommended for old, obstinate eases. Druggists, 1. Uoscribe troubles and trial treatment sent free by writ lug Dr. Gillaiu. l'i Mitchell Bt., Atlanta, Qs, It's the early worm that gets on the fish book. Pjming is a simple as washing w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 May 1901

Read Hostetter's nd this week. There will be ft Summer Nor mal at llustown beginning about Jnly 9. . - . , ' .. - Nice fresh country butter re ceived every Thursday at Robiu non's grocery. ' lite Doyle Brothers of this place are drilling a well for John Stinger at Jugtown. '- The salary of the postmaster at Everett has been raised from $1,500 to 1,(500 per annum. Corn Plows, Harrows, and Ag ricultural Implements generally at W. II. Nesbit's and prices right Eev. W. V. Blossom will preach in Elias's Grove near the Wells Valley M. E. church June 3 at 2.30 p. m. Merchant Peter Kirk of Big Cove Tannery has purchased the Hannah Kuhn property at that place for 500. V. R. Speer of Saluvia has been drawn to serve as a grand juror in the U. S. court at Williams port, Pa., June 10. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Sheely of this place are happy over the arrival of a young son at their home last Friday evening. Gorge W. Paylor, of Ayr town ship, last Friday evening shot and killed a black hawk that measu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 June 1901

tUie 4 J 4; VOLUME 2. VlcCONNELLSBURG, FA., June 6, 1901. NUMBER 38. A GRAND ARMY CATECHISM. What is the G. A. R.? An association of veteran sol diors who served ia the northern armies between April, 1801, and August, lsGr. The first G. A. R. post was instituted at Decatur, Illinois, in April, 1860. Theposts in the several states are organiz ed into departments, as depart montof Pennsylvania, department of Iowa, and so on. The heads of departments bear the title of de partment commander. Thehead of the national body is called com mander in chief. What is the uniform? The uniform varies in the sev eral departments, and many posts adopt an individual pattern. As a rule, the uniform is a modifica tion of former military styles. The prevailing color is dark blue. Is there any distinctive hat? The large black hat with gilt cord and deep crease in the crown has become known as the Grand Army hat. Gray hats of the same shape are also much worn. The army forage cap with a straight visor has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 June 1901

ML TURN PEKIN OVER TO CHINESE. The Foreign Generals to Make the Transfer This Month. SPEEDY DEPARTURE OP GERMANS. Carrying Away With Them Chinese Carta, Rickshaws and All Kinds ol Mementoes aad Loot - A Notable Demoattratloo Over the Departure ol a British Regiment, Pekin (By Cable). At a meeting of the generals of the allied troops it was ek-cided to transfer the administration of the city of Pckin to the Chinese officials gradually during June. Count von Waldersee, accompanied by his staff, left Pekin Monday. Two spe cial trains will run all the week, taking troops to Taku. The Germans are re moving an extraordinary quantity of baggage, including Chinese carts, rick shaws, tables and chairs. The Baluchi regiment left amid im pressive ceremonies of farewell. All the other British troops, with their bands, and every American officer in Pckin was present, the Americans being particularly anxious to show their appreciation of the manner in which the British bade fare well to the Ameri...

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. — 6 June 1901

IF I If I knew th box where the smiles are kept, No matter how large the key Or strong the bolt., I would try io hard 'Twould open, I know, for me. Then over the land'and sea broadcast J I'd scatter the smiles to play, That the children's faces might hold them fast For many and many a day. TROUBLE WITH A PYTHON. 1 p. n M By William T.Hornaday, Director of the New York Zoological Park & Si TIT HE superb reptile-house of the I New York Zoological Park ' ' whs rapidly nearlng coruplc tlon. I'ts groat main hall was wanning with workmen, who were Concreting the alligator pool, finishing the big wnll cases, dividing the cen tral "installation" for turtles, and do ing a bunsVed other things. The aliening day waa relentlessly drawing nearer and nearer, and we were nnxl esisly assembling live beasts, birds affll reptiles with which to fill the ssfl'lous Installations that would be otieucd to the public on that occasion. Down at Barters plnce we anxiously examined his stock of live serpen...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 June 1901

HILTON COUNTY Ni-WS. Published Every Thursday. B. W, Peck, Editor AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 6. 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. UVHT1H1NU HATm. IVr nmre of H line 3 ttmn f 1 rifl. tfrr fuuure each Nulseii'nt Insertion.... 50. All advertisements inserted for lean than three months ceur;ed by the square. "iCnios. ! nm.is. I yr. .$t!Vi i f.v,n. i fcioul . .mm. 40 cm. .vi.ni. .. in. on. I woo. ".v. One-fourth eohmin.. One-half column One I 'olumn Nothintf Inserted for less than II. L'ru'esHional Curds ODe year $o. The Expert's Theory. Oue of the older members of the Baltimore bar tells tins anee doto of the late Severn Teackle Wallis as illustrating the clever ness and s ii' asm of Mr. Wallis: Mr. Waili.s was defending the will of a wealthy testator, and, as the law say, wheu the estate is lar .jwyer "will wrestle with e w with a will. " A prom inent (.T.ysician was called to testify for those contesting the will. The doctor became rest less under the length...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 June 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. I LET US SMILE. ' The tblnff that pors the furtliert toward miking life wnrih while. That cont the loast nd doci tht molt ! Juft A plfHMnt mile. The 'smile that bubbles from a heart that loret it fellow men Will drive txvay the clouda of gloom and coax th mm a-.-niii. It'i full of worth and goodness, too, with manly; kin'ineM blent ; It'i wot'.ti a million dollars, and tt doesn't cost a rent. There is no room for sadness when we see ft cheery ml let It always has the same good look it's nerer out of fctyle. It nerve.) u.1 on to try again when failure makes tin blue; The dimplrs of encouragement are good for me and you. It pars a higher Interest, for It is merely lentj IV worth a million dollars, and it doesn't cost t cent. A im i tomet very easy; you can wrinkle up with cheer A hundred times before you can squeeze out a scK y tear. It rip;lt M out, moreover, to the heartstrings that will tug And ahvnys leaves an echo that U very like a buff. &. entile away. F...

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

I THE REALM New York City. Yoke waists are mucli liked, nnd bave the merit of suit ing many figures to a nicety. The very charming Mny Manton model II- woman's tokk WAIST. lurrated Is adapted alike to the entire gown and the odd waist, and to many of the season's materials batiste, lawn, Swiss muslin, mull and the like, barege veiling, crepe de Chine, crepe meteore, India silk nnd similar soft materials. The original Is mnde of whlt batiste with cream Mechlin lace and beading, the latter run with nar row black velvet ribbon, and Is worn with a belt of wider velvet, held by a Tose gold clasp nnd Is unllned, but silk nnd wool materials require the fitted foundation. The lining closes at the centre front for Its entire length. The waist proper also closes at the centre below the yoke, separately nnd Invisi bly, but the yoke is hooked over at the left shoulder seam and arms-eye. The sleeves are chic nnd novel. The lower portions, or deep cufTs lit snugly, while above them the tucked mat...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 June 1901

TO ANOTHER ONE. Rev. Dr. Talmage Preaches on the Sub. Jcci, Duty of the One With Single Talent. Try to Mtk ii Accurate Estimate of Yeuraell -The Valee of Sympathy. ICoprrlrht 1M.1 WARmxoToit, D. C.-Thii h a discourse by Dr. Talmage for those given to de preciate themselves and who have an idea that their best attempts amount to lit tie or nothing; text, Matthew xxv, 13, "To another one." Kxpel first from this parable ot the talent the word "usury. It ought to have been translated "interest." "Usury" is finding a man in a tight place and com pelling him to pay an unreasonable 'sum to get out. 'Interest" is a righteous pay ment for the use of money. When the capitalist of this parable went off home, he gave to his stewards certain sums of money, wishing to have them profitably invested. Change also your idea aa to the value of one talent. You remember the capitalist gave to one of his men for business puriioses live talents, to another two, to another one. What a small amount to last,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 June 1901

Road Ilostotter's rid this wvh. T'eerlessllorst'iind Cutt'a I'ow- J U : 3 packs for "o nt Ro' n son's. 0 ill Iliinks.of Km mi i lo.was a j visi. r to town Inst Vi iturday. Mi.-s Bessie Irwin is visiting friovds in Merccrsburg this week. Children's Day services in the M. E. chuvch at this place Juno 10 in the morning. Miss Minnie Mock spent sev eral days recently with her pa rents in Tod township. Corn Plows, Harrows, and Ag ricultural Implements generally at V. II. Nesbit's and prices right Ex-Coinmissioner Albert I'less ingei called at this office on Tues day. He attended the Conven tion. Jesse Ilixson came from Phila delphia Tuesday and will spend some time with frieuds in this county. - The Rouss Racket Store people have a new add in this week. It is to your interest to read it care fully. James K. Cooper, of Webster Mills, was the first subscriber iu June to call and advance his sub scription. Children's Day services will be held in the Whips Cove church next Sunday at ten o'clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 June 1901

f I ties; VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., June 13, 1901. NUMBER 39. The l'aii-Anicricun. Yes, wo wero up at IJu ft'iiln lust week to see tho Pun -American, aud it is ju.st, simply, O MY ! ! ! For the benefit of those who may thiuk of going, as well as for those who may not go, we 'will toll you a little about it. The Exposition is of the order of the Centennial at Philadelphia, the World's Fair at Chicago, aud others. If you have the idea of a County Fair you have that of one of these groat national or in ternational exposition s. If j farmer has line horses, lino cattle, lino poultry, or any other product of his farm that ho wishes to bring to the notice of tho public, he takes them to the Couuty Fair and places them on exhibition. There the coach lnalccr takes his finest buggies; the harness maker; his harness; the sewing machine dealer, his machines all with a view to ad vertising aud getting for those goods a more extensive sale. Anything along that lino from a Couuty Fair U a Wo...

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. — 13 June 1901

TEN KILLED IK A EI6 STORM. Mack Dsmaro Caned by Wind and Ufhtntaf la Oklahoma. FARMHOUSES AND CROPS DESTROYED A Stretch ot Conotry Tea Mlltt Wld aid Thirty-Six Mllet Uaf Devastated -Aa Estimated Leu el Orr 1100,000 -Heavy Rains Precede and Follow tb Windstorm. Wichita. Kan. (Special.) The most disastrous rtorm that has ever visited Oklahoma prevailed in Kay county. A tornado struck Billings, Eddy and Ton kawa, and in influence covered a stretch of country 10 miles wide and 36 miles long, destroying towns, farmhouses and crops. The financial loss will exceed $100,000. At Eddy three persons were killed. It is reported that two persons were killed at Billings, but this cannot be verified. The rain fell in torrents from early in the evening until midnight. The fury of the storm centred in a tornado at about 630 p. m., which formed at a point near the Kansas State line. The little town of Eddy was struck, and of the twelve or fifteen buildings in the place all were leveled to the ground ...

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