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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 June 1901

TWO I. "With weary brain and aching hear! I greet another day; A hasty bite, and I inuat atart Upon my weary way; The sun may ehine above my head and oft, eweet winds may blow, But what are fair, blue skies to mef With tired feet I go To labor where no sunshine falls, fihnt in by cheerless, dingy walls, Estranged from all but woe, 'The day is done, but what have I That it has brought to me? The sinking sun may gild the sky Why should I stay to see? I that am doomed to merely rise and toil all day and then. Lie down to troubled sleep awhile and toil away again!. Day after day the same old round Until somo day the welcome ground Shall hide my face from men?" I Tns m With 8 By Frederic Upon my return to Manila In the spring of 1!K)0 from a four months' so journ It) the Southern Philippines I was reminded by my friend Feldmnu thnt I had promised, before starting for the south, to purchase for lilm a flue krls, a weapon much In evidence anions the savage tribes of the Islands of Mindanao...

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. — 13 June 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday. June 13. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVIKTLSIHO HATH. l'crd.mare of S lines .1 times 11 W. I'er square each sulweiint Insertion.... to. AU advertisements Inserted for leas than three tnuntttt oem-getf by the square. 3 nios. rtmos. J 1 yr. One-fourth column.... Oiie-hulf column I ne Column ..HN.no. l'.Uci. I ( W.m. 4i.u. (HMO. 411.00. Si.U). 7.VU0. Nothing Inserted for lesn than II. rrofestiional Cards one yeur A. The Purposes of Education. Written for the "News" by Dnvld H. Meyers. Education is to iuspire the love of truth as the supremest gxd, and to clarify the vision of the intellect to discern it. We want men above deciding great and eternal principles upon narrow and selfish grounds. Our advauced state of civilization has evolved many complicated ques tions respecting social duties We want men capable of taking up the complex questions, and of turning all side...

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. — 13 June 1901

i FULTON COUNTY NEWS. A LITTLE JIONSENSE. Aunty's Only Earthly Possession Wat Her Rheumatism. "I met Jiuljrc' Stevens of North Carolinn while I wns in AHheville a few necks fto," a llaltir.iorean said Hie other day, "und the judcte enter tained mo hy tolling some of his ex periences. One day, he said, nil old colored woman was brought before him charged with a trilling misde meanor. The ofTeiiFo was so small that the juiljje decided that tho pay ment of a small fine would he suffi cient punishment, lie knew that the old woman would hardly be liko v to have any money, so he qucs ti'r.rd her about any other posses ions she might have. " 'Have you a cow, aunty?' be bo gan. " ' 'Deed, yeh honor, I ain't got no cow.' " 'Have you any ducks ?' . "'Xo, yeh honor, I ain't got lionc.' " 'Any geese or chickens?' " T.efo' do Lawd, jedge, I ain't got nothin but jes' dis yere rhcuma tiz.' "The judge said he dismissed the case." lUiltimore Sun. Little Deutscher Didn't Laugh at the Finish. Little D...

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. — 13 June 1901

ths sis)Its New York City. Busslnn styles Imve taken a a accepted place Bud bid fair to continue their popularity for ninny months. The tasteful yet simple May BttSSIAH WAIST. Manton wnlst Illustrated exemplifies one of the best forms and Is In every way desirable. The model is a Beatrice cloth. In a soft pastel shade of tan, with bands of white covered with rows of machine stitching, but the style Is equnlly appropriate for French flannel, Henrietta, albatross and the like, and for taffeta and other wnlst silks, as well as for cotton, cheviot, Madras and liuen; but when made from washable materials should be unlined. The foundation Is a fitted lining thnt closes at the centre front, and upon which the waist proper Is arranged. The back of the waist Is plain across the shoulders, and has the fulness drawn down at the waist line. The fronts show no fulness at the upper portion, but are arranged In gathers nOrND YOKE at the waist line and blouse slightly at the centre. The right side ...

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. — 13 June 1901

"'Get l!ny." There is a whole sermon in the par lance of the day, "(ret busy" that if, get to doing something; get to work; be a doer of the word and not a hearer only. A dozon synonyms will suggest themselves for the colloquialism, yet it lias, perhaps, a pregnancy of meaning and a rugged force which none of them quite duplicates, as is often the case with the living speech of the people, as compared with the dead speech of the books. "Get busy" is the gospel of to-day. The man who doc not get busy is dis tanced from the start. The stress of competition, the eager pursuit of wealth and advancement, leave no chance for the man who idles his chances away. Oct busy at something; even if it is not quite what you like, do the best you can, and hope for better thing. But while you arc hoping, do not atop working. Get busy keep busy. Get busy for the good of the commu nity. If it isn't all it should be, try to make it better, more prosperous, more progressive. Don't sit like a big frog, c...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 June 1901

Kead llostottor's ad this week. Peerless Horse rind CatUa Pow dt i .3 packs for -Tic at Ko' iuson's. Corn Plows, Harrows, and Ag ricultural Implements generally at V. H. Nesbit's and prices right. The attention of our readers is directed to the advertisement of Conn Brothers of Mercersburg, found ou the fifth page. The Editor and his family are indebted to Mr. Denton Peck, of Thompson township, for some delicious strawberries. Several valuable cows have died in this part of the county lately. During the past week Will Hoke lost two, and John Irwin, one. Persons wishing Dental Work douo by Dr. Stevens in this place will note that he is away from town from the 25th to the end of each month. The Children's Day services in the Lutheran and in the Presby terian church in this place last Sunday attracted large audiences and gave great satisfaction. Eczema, saltrheum, tetter, chafing, ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quickly cured by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Tho certain pile cur...

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. — 20 June 1901

R I 4 VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBUKU, PA., Juno 20, NUMBER 40. WIDK 'iKll'3 l ROM 1JL1 TAl.O. Buffalo is fortunate in her im mediate surroundings, and when tho visitor to th9 Exposition shall li.'ivo satisfied himself villi sight seeing within the grounds, ho will tiud much to delight him in and near tho city, or within a few hours' ride in any direction. Tho entire region about Bufialo is rich iu its variety of natural scenery, aud some of the must famous resorts in the world are near at hand. Popular summer places close by tho city, to be reached by steamers upon Lake Erie and tho Niagara River, are: Woodlawn Beach on the Ameri can shore south of the city; Crys tal Beach on the Canadian shore, an hour's ride from. Bullalo; aud Grand Island, with its .many groves and summer hotels on Niagara River, just below the city. The far famed falls of Niagara are only half an hour's ride from the Exposition grounds, and ono may spend a week in the midst of this magnificent scenery, aud find new pl...

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. — 20 June 1901

URS. KENNEDY FOUND GUILTY. Conicted of Murder lo tbe Second De free at Kansas City. TEN YEARS IN THE PENITENTIARY. Cahaly the Girl-Widow Convicted of Kill Id Her Husband Receives Ida Verdict net Mather and Slater Sob Violently, but She Sheds Not TearAa Appeal May Be Takes. Kansas. City, Mo. (Special). A jury In the Criminal Court here decided that Lulu Prince-Kennedy was guilty of mur der in the second degree lor having killed her husband, Philip H. Kennedy, on January 10, loot, and fixed her pun ishment at 10 years in the penitentiary. When the verdict was read this re markablbe 20-year-old prisoner, whose cool, indifferent manner has for five months baffled the jail officials, looked traight ahead of her. She neither burst out crying nor moved a muscle. Later she expressed interest, but nothing more, in the formal calling by the court clerk of the cases pending against her father, G. V. Prince, and her brothers. Bert and Will Prince. ho are charged with conspiring to kill Kennedy....

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. — 20 June 1901

THE HOSPITAL CATE. We sit here listlessly and wntrh tie sun Creeping along the board beneath our feet. 1 W are the convalescents thry have done AJ1 that they may for ns. There, from the street, People gaze upward at our balcony. Idlers against the railing lounge and wait Till lome grim sight reward expectancy. Oh, that we, too, were thero beyond the gate! Barred like a fortress. (If one could shut out Suffering, as from the world one shuts it in Ccliind closed doors!) Here we arc walled about And set apart for pain. Our nearest kin Have of lie, piteous, only sight and aound Twice in a week's time as the rules dic tate. Some of u die beforo the day comes round. Death's rules are rigid, too, behind the gate! , Easy lo entpr. Hear the planning gong! The fourfold beat of flying hnoft ami see The gates awing open. Room there in tlio throng! Make way for human life in jeopardy! Susy the entrance. "Step together, rueo!" Slow the return, yet do wc all pass through ?ome by thia gaiaway to ol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 June 1901

( FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck. Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, June 20. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AtVKRTItNO mm. Per tquare of llni time II SO. lr squttre each mitnequenl Insertion .... N. All mtvertlHemi-nt Inserted lor ten than three month seamed by the square. 8 mow. fl roofl. I I yr. . . . .iirToo. t3)M. I Wuw. 2MW. I 40.00. to.00. 40.00. M OO. I 7ft.0O. One-fourth column.... One-hnlt column One Column Nothing tniverted for lem than II. ITofenional Citrtla one year 16. Strutting about on a Colorado Springs ostrich farm is a big bird that is valued at 1,000; J 100 for himself, and sfl.OOO for his own er's diamond stud, which he swal lowed the other day. The billious, tired, nervous man cannot successfully compete with his healthy rival. Dewitt's Little Early Risers the famous pills for constipation will remove theeause of your troubles. Trout's drug store. The attorney general of Mass sachusetts has decided that, un der ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 June 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. CONDENSED STOftlES.' How Ruesell Saga Beat a Young lm. lator in a Slow Race. A yonn man employed in a down town house had oeension recently to interview IIusrcII Sho immedi ately in behnlf of his employers, and Mr. Sngfl wns not especially deir ou8 of submitting to the interview. The young man in qucntion is .noted nmnng his fellows for possessing on a small scnlc Kussell Sngc's chief chnrncteristic. He went to tho mil lionaire's ofliec and learned that that personage had gone to a direct ors' meeting some distance up Broadway. Arriving there, the young man met Mr. Snge in tho hall- . VERY. VF.tlY SLOWLY INT)El?r HOTH BEOAN , TO FUMHLB FOB tiiANOB. way and spoke to hin. Mr. Sago re sponded briefly and edged to the door. His interviewer, not having pot what he wanted, kept along with him and, following Mr. Sage's lead, hoarded a street car, both talking as they went. The car was-full, and the two clung to straps, tho young man trying to arrive at some under standi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 June 1901

THE REALM New York City. Pnle color in soft wool crepe and albatross are exceed ingly fashionable for little girls, and make moat satisfactory frocks. The GIRL S COSTCMJi. cry pretty May Manton model shown of the latter material lb pastel pink, with chemisette and undursleeves of white India silk, trimming of a simple t ream applique, belt and bows of black velvet ribbon, but the design will be found adapted to various fabrics, lawn, batiste and tbe like, as well as simple childish silks. Tbe foundation for tbe waist Is a fitted lining that closes at the centre front. On It are arranged the full front and the waist, which Is tucked and Joined to a square yoke and finished with a novel and becoming collar. The sleeves Include snug portions beneath which the soft full cuffs make a charm ing effect. The skirt is slightly circu lar, with a flounce at tbe lower edge, and Is tucked to form a hip yoke, but la laid in Inverted pleats at the back. Both It and the waist are peculiarly adapted...

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. — 20 June 1901

THE NATURE OF GOD. Dr. Talmsge Expectations of the Day When That Which Is Only Dimly Seen Will Be Fully Revealed. Cvldeoce of Divine Power-OoJ't Infinite Lave Hit Nslors Never Cbssfes. ICopTTlrht ltui.i Wasttinotow, 1). C In thin discourse Dr. Tnltnage raises high expectation of the day when thnt which ia now oniy dimly seen will be fully revealed; text, Job isvi, 14: "Lo, theae are part of Hia ways. But hotv little a portion ia heard of Kim? Hut the thunder of Hia power who can understand?" The leaat understood being In the Uni verse ia Ood. Blasphemous would ie any attempt by painting or aeulpture lo rep resent Him. Kfryptian hieroglyphs tried to suggest Him by putting the figure of an eye upon a sword, implying that God t aeoa and rule, but how imperfect the sug gestion! When we apeak of Him it ia al most alwaya in a language iigurative. He ia "Light" or "Dayspring From on High," or He ia a "High Tower" or the "Foun tain of Living Water." Hia splendor ia ao great that no man can ...

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. — 20 June 1901

Koad Hostettcr'a ad this week. Peerless Uorsoaiid CaU'y l'ow-dc- ;i pae.ks for sit lin'.-.ison's. ('urn I'litws, llji'inws, and Ag ricultural Iini'l.Miienl s f-vnorally at V". II. Neshit's and prions rip;lif. Children's Day services will he hold in Methodist church iu this place next Sunday eveiiinr sit half past seven oYiock. M. U. Sliuffner attended a S. S. Convention at Lehinaster's Sta tion on last Friday. Ue rejxirls it as a Kri'llt success. Persons wisliiuEr Dental Work done by Dr. Stevens iu this place will note that he is away from town from the -5th to the end of each month. Eczema, saltrheum, tetter, chatiu;;, ivy poionii.iir and all skin tortures are iuickly cured by Do Witt's Witch llael Salvo. The certain pile cure. Trout's dru.y StOlV. There will be Children's Day services at Fair View M.TC. church next Sunday lnoruiusjr at 10 a. m. A very ;ood program has been prepared. Kverybody invited to attend. A Huriru al operation is uotnoe essary to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch I...

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. — 27 June 1901

St' 11 VOLUME 2. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., June 27, 1901. NUMBER 41. HON. JAMF.S DANIELS. Died Suddenly Last Friday. James Diiniols was bora iu Licking Crook township, iii what is now this county, July 14, 1823, and died within a few miles of the place of Jiis birth, June 21, 1901, lacking 23 days of completing 78 years of ago. Mr. Daniels came of Revolu tionary stock, his grandfather on his father's side, Daniels Daniels, being a soldier under General Washington, and his grandfather on his mother's side, a drummer iu thn Revolutionary War. His great-grandfather Daniels was one of the pioneer settlers in this section. The subject of this notice pos sessed more than ordinary men tal ability; and with the meager advantages offered by the rural schools of his day, he fitted him self to become a teacher, and taught successfully in Bedford, "lilair, and this county, during a period of seventeen years. March 24, 18"0,hewas married to Miss Sophia Falkener of Blair couuty.aud went to housekeepin...

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. — 27 June 1901

INDIGNATION IN GUAM ISLAND. Eommaoder Schrocder Has Stirred Up a Tempest. MEN RESENT REMARKABLE ORDER, lad Them Lined Up and Publicly Censured Ctuflncd to Barraiks-Tht Trouble Arose Proa Taefl ot WhIsktyTht Enlisted Mea Say There U No Justict la Punishing ISO Meo lor the Slot ol Few. San Francisco (Special). There ems to be something about the ch elate of Guam which makes men auto ratic. Captain Leary was recalled (or riaying ciar and now Commander tchroeder, the present governor, has ttirred up a tempest in this far-away land by a remarkable order that is itterly reented by the ijo sailors and tiarines. It seems that the last barrel I whisky in the hospital stores was dolen recently. Governor Schrocder made great cf orts to discover the thieves, but failed. ie decided that as the men would not ell of the thieves all should suffer, ence he had them lined up on the llaza. publicly censured them in a Ipeech and punished them by confining tiem to the barracks and forbidding all iberty ...

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. — 27 June 1901

(HOW. IT HAPPENED., II J Er How Bob Missed $ His Fourth of July REAT was the ex citement, for It was the night before the glorious Fourth. Bob hnd prepared everything for a grand time. For months before he had been saving np bis pennies, end with these his papa had bought all sorts of things that lit tle boys like; things that go bang when you touch a light to them. First there wre flre-crackersof all sizes, of course, for a Fourth of July without fire-crackers would be like a Thanksgiving Day with no turkey or a Christmas Day with no Santa Claus; then there were torpedoes all done up in beautiful tin foil, while for the evening he bad pin wheels and sky rockets, full of beauti ful stars, and roman candles, with five balls in them, all different colors, and oh! I- can't tell all the rest for the list would till a whole page. ft! delegating Indepenilee flag in Rew England, All these beautiful things camo home, iu a big box, in an express wagon, and', when Bob saw them he danced with ...

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. — 27 June 1901

t t R' i i ', -i i .: hi IS : : I J'.! i i i 1 1' LION COUNTY" NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Ptxh, Editor. A c CON N E l .LSI tt I KG . PA. rnuRsnw, Juno 27, ioi J-iihlishcd Wi; l.(A per Amuim m .'v.i; e. I'.'l- ltar '( !! I I 'I! ' IVr mmi:i'- il-'li su 'U'i Alt mlvw.. it' :r. thr.M- moll I lis Of .! l 'tl l 0 .t Mi. 1 ...Ull'll . . N lit 1 1 1 Tl l' ihst'i i I'll fur lrs 1 l.')-.' os.--.ii ih:il i.'ai''--mi' y'Hf f. Hats CI ut Sermon Tine. l-'ro'n '.'U Yorl. S When the I, Rending, Pa., issued a si" ' eV. Dr. U.liViiUL't, (it was asked :4,y ho ial request t't the women alt remove tin' I'llnlL his church t r liats (.luring me scr- i moil he replied: I "My church is not built in am- I plii theater st le. X()V, if tllC l:t- ! dies all iii kindness and good J manner, in the theater where the ' seats are gradually elevated from : . 1 1 .... 4 . . 1 : .. . i ,v. . I iir i ix c I li r, 1 1 ii L'i ' li i,.- j . in , a v mi". their hats during the play, I am , alv tu.llsl, atl(, am ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 June 1901

FULTON' COUNTY NTAVS. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. How Two Chicago Boy Have Started n Murhroom Farm. Two Chicago boy?, brothers, .liv ing on the South Side, at GG1S Ellis flvomio, hiio become? farmer?. Their farm is in the hnsuincnt of the four Ftory tint . building in whii'h they live, nml the only croji they rai'O is mushrooms. The names of theso boys are-Albert and Wilbur Smith, and they are Iii nml 11 years old iv Fpet.'lively. They be'::n l.lieir farm operations bi-t fall. There was a deal of cawin.T and hammering in that basemtiit ;'u- many days before fiml after school, for their farm is miilt upon stilt.! and ini;;ht bo raid to be a iiiiniiituru of the liaak'iug (rardetis of I'.abylon that you read about in history. To give, my read ers a better idea, tho farm is arrang ed in four Fret ions, eaeh one foot wide, one foot deep and four feet lonr, placed one above the other. When the boys had "built." their farm, they filled each section with very rich soil and, having secured tho mush...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 June 1901

New York City Dainty, filmy ma terials, lace-trimmed, are a feature of the season for young girls ns well ns tor their elder. The charming little MISSES WAIST. May Manton waist Illustrated is shown In dotted Swing muslin with trimming of Voliiuoonnies luce and yoke of inserted tucking, but Is equal ly well suited to batiste, dimity, lawn and all similar materials as well as to albatross, veiling and tlie like, and simple girlish silks. The foundation is a fitted lining t hat closes at the centre back. On it are arranged tbe round yoke, the full waist and the bertha; but, when pre ferred, the lining material beneath tbe yoke can be cut away, or such thin' material as white batiste can be used. Ihe sleeves are full and soft, with elbow puffs that termlunte in frills of lace, but they can extend to the wrists If so desired. Pale pink Liberty rib bon Is tied above the elbows and the same ribbon is used for belt and ro sette. To cut this waist for a miss four teen years of age, four and ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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