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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 June 1901

rUlclicncr'a lltllllkr, Hitc i a Kitchener story. A young tifliccr, with tlic combined folly of a Inns line of titkd nobodies, asked Kitchener to sign his name on his handkerchief. It was a pretty confec tion, silk and scented. "This is doubtless the handkerchief of your sister?" said the great general. "Oh, no; it is mine." "Indeed," said he, turning on his heel with a sneer, "and what is tbe sisc ol your hairpins?" OutnrM. Daughter Papa, what do you think of my coming-out gown? Tapa Well, my dear, I don't sec how yiut r ould very well come out of it any liirther. Free lllooil Cnre. Rntnnta Illooit Hnlm (B. B. E.) enri blood and akin bnmtin like nker.i, catiiir (ores, cmua, it'li(n;r nki-i, uf luiift bono and Jointt, boils, utTiifnln, blootl r.ri mi. cumer. etc. B, 1). II. ram all malignant blond troubles, old dep-anitl eni, hmU nvery tore, rankos the blood pura anil rich. briixsieta, 1. Treatment frae and prepaid br dcecribinc your trouble and writing I)r. CtiiUm, 12 Mit- hell Ht....

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. — 27 June 1901

Buy Fire Crackers at Irwin's. Read Hostetter 's ;id this week. Cheese, Hams, Dried Hoof and Bologna at Irwiu's. l.'oorless Horse and I'nttb Pow tit: i ;' packs for L'c at Ko'iinson's. I ru in sells Glass Jars, Jelly Tumblers, Jar Caps.Kubbors and l'lirutine Wnx at lowest prices. Guru l'l.s, narrows, aud Ag ricultural implements geuerally ut W. H. Ne.sbit'.s and prices riyht. Mrs. Roy (J. Bohn, nee Minnie Fields, of Pittsburg, lias been critically ill of typhoid fever for several days. Persons wishing Dental Work done by Dr. Steveus in this place will note that ho is away from town from tlse 2.'tlitothe end of '.';. i .!' divine services in Si. IV.. ucluiiu-'d church in this place next Sunday at 10.U0 a. in. and in the Hebron church near Big Cove Tannery at L'.SO p. m. The many friends of Mr. Lu ther Yeakel, of Sylvan, will learn with regret that ho has been crit ically ill for several days. He is a brother-in-law of C. J. Brewer of Ayr township. Eczema, saltrheum, tetter, chafing, i...

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

raiwtt VOLUME 2. AcCONNL;LLSl3URG. PA., July 4, 1901. NUMBER 42. SOME m:vv laws. Ono of the bills passed by tlie present Legislature may result in stopping tho salo of cigarettes in most places, for it is well nigh prohibitive. A license fee of $25 must bo paid by all dealers, and at the usual price 25,(XK) will have to be sold before the profits pay the license fee. CANNON CRACKER MUST GO. With reference to firecrackers the new law says: "That from and after the pass age of this act, any person or persons manufacturing or sell ing firecrackers containing dyna mite, chlorate of potash, or any explosive except that containing ordinary gunpowder, composed of sulphur, saltpetre, and char coal, shall be guilty of a misde meanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be sentenced to pay a fino of not less than $50 and not more thau 100, or by imprison ment of a term not less than six mouths and not more than one year, or both, at the discretion of the court." TO LICENSE PEDDLERS. A bill ha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 July 1901

SEVEN HUNDRED LIVES IN PERIL Excursion Steamer Mohawk Struck a Rock and Sank. SCRAMBLED FOR LIFE-PRESERVERS. Wnn nad CkiMrta Were Knocked Do and Trampled Upoa hy Ttrror-itrlckc Mea.and Oh Child Mad aa Aral Brokee and Aaolhcr Child Waa Serioasly Hurt Abaot the Body Accident Dim to Carelessness ef the Pilot South Norwalk, Ct. (Special). Seven hundred employes of the John V. Green hat factory left Danhury for :in e.-ursion to Glen Island, the steamer Mohawk be ing chartered for the trip. After spend ing the day on the island the party boarded the steamer for the return trip at about 5 o'clock. The steamer had been under way about 10 minutes when the excursionists were startled by a tre mendous crash, the ship having struck a rock. A panic then followed, during which every one of the 700 passengers on board scrambled for the life-preservers. In the crush which followed women and children were knocked down and trampled upon. One child had an arm broken and another was picked up seri ousl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 July 1901

THE LOST. T SIXl WRIBLIB WILCOt. Then u a fnlr green garden sloping From tli southeast tide of the mountain- led; " 'And the earliest tint of the dawn came groping Ifciirn through lu paths, from the day's dim et ne. The bluest skips and the reddest roups Arched and varied its velvet sod; And the glad birds sang, as the soul sup poses The angels sing on the hills of Cod. I wandered there when my reins seemed bursting With life's rare rapture, and keen delight; And yet in my hrnrt was n constant thirst ing For something over the mountain-height. wanted to aland in the blaze of glory That tinned to erinison the peaks of snow. And the v.-ind from the west all brenthed a a lory Of realms and regions I longed to know. I saw on the garden's south side growing The brightest blossoms that breathe of .Jane. I snw in the eaxt how-the sun vas glow ing. And tlia gold air shook with a wild bird's tune; I heard the drip of a silver fountain, . And the pulie of a young laugh throbbed with glee; Hut...

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. — 4 July 1901

V -1 -i t "lit- i 1 . 't r. I I'LTON COL'NTV NEWS. I ALL CVEr, THil MOUSE. I'ubiished L'vory Thursday. H. W. Plck, Editor. Al c CO N N liLL.S B U RG , PA. I'j-iUKsrjAY, July 4. 1901. ! Ilnii'ts and Gin M.ik? the Bsst Co- mcnt For a Clnf! Frrcturc Trckrii ghi-, i lii.iii, hvi.va br.ie iind .pit tore frauds not to liiiin.' ! easts, rot pi ire cat h .i di if. rent et i mcnt in Tact, several different iv.enl. Glass may Ik? Ik autifully I mended to lfi'; ut it, but. seldom so ! ns (o bo 5.-1 ft-1v ti: e l. 1'or c!";ir gliir - - ..-. i the best cement i isingjas-i dissolved !Vlishod Weeklv. $1.00 peri 1" lwo,""m','s ?f i:ii,nKl1 nm.m in ! lnto ,l elean, wide mouthed bottle, Annum mi iu.vaiko. . . , , . mid half a pint of gm n t I pet in the j tan until r1blv1. Sliuku well ev I cry day, and before u-ing strain i through double hi wn, scnoe.inr' vor lightly. lvr ; Spread n while doth over tin; '1 I ",','",', j ", '. '. mending table imd uupply it with i'x-iuj vi cicau linen nil:, strong rub...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 July 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ' ALL OVER THE MOUSE. A LITTLE NONSENSE. How Servant Girl Became a Duch. eo. OiK'o (hero w-iis n millionaire nnmert O'Reilly wlio lnul a Fcrvant jjirl working for liiin nlso named O'JIrilly. O'Jtt'illy disliked furtuno hunters. So wlien one enmcto town a duke from Kritflnnd O'Reilly immcdi ntcly invited the penniless man to Jim home. "Plonscd to meet you, duke," said O'Reilly. "Lt 1110 introduce you tQ Miss O'Reilly." The duke and JIins O'Reilly, who wns dressed for tho oociision, got nlc-Tig famously, Miss O'lteilly doing most of the listening. efore two hours had passed the duke come out of tho parlor mid said to Mr. O'Reil ly: "Mnrjraret and I love each other devotedly. Will you give mo her hand in marriage?" "Certainly, duke," answered Mr. O'Reilly, gazing up at his cigar smoke. "Margaret has always long ed for a title. Can I send for a cler gyman and hnvo the ceremony per formed now?" The duke was delighted with this, "of course, and answered heartily in the...

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. — 4 July 1901

GROT'S New York City. Tasteful morning Jackets are essential to comfort and well being and can scarcely be pos aessed In too great number. Tills very A A 1 mmm Wit ';.& i mm. A m WOMAN 3 MORNING JACKET. charming Mny Mnnton model lias the merit of beiug essentially feminine and graceful lit the snuie time that is Ideally comfortable. As shown, It is made of white dimity with collar of revering and frills of Valenoeuuies lace; but various while and colored materials can be substituted and nee dlework eon be made to take the place of lace. Dainty striped materials are fashionable and always effective; polka dots and other simple all-overs are admirable and such plain colors as blue, pink and lavender are pretty ,wuen they suit the wearer. The back of the Jacket is plain and terminates at the waist line, but the fronts ore elongated nnd fall in soft graceful folds. The sleeves ara in el- A STYLISH bow length and comfortably loose. At the neck Is a big sailor collor that is becoming ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 July 1901

CONTROL YOUR TEMPER. Dr. Talmage in His Discourse Urges Delicate Duly Upon Those Oivca to Quick Temper. Sins That We Should Be Aagry With- j Pity tne Slater. ICoprrlrht 1001.1 Washington, D. C. A delicate nnd i difficult duty is by Dr. Talmage in thif discourse urgrd upon all and especially i upon those given to quirk temper; text, hphesian iv, 26, "Be ye angry and ain I not." ' Kqiiipoiae of temper, kimlnc.vi, pnUrnoe, forbearance, ore extolled by mml tit the rfldimt pens of inspiration, but n y text contains that wliii-h at first niht is start ling. A irei-tnin kind of anger 11 approved; , ave, we are conimumlrti to indulge in it. The moat 01 us have no need to cultivate high temper, ami how often we say tlniiira ami do things under affronted im pulse, -which, we are sorry 1'or when per haps it in too late to make effective apol ogy! Why, then, should the apostle l'aul dip his pen in the ink horn and trace upon paper for all ages, the injunction, "lie ye anrcry and sin not?" My te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 July 1901

1 : t ; i ISuy Firo Crackers at Irwin's. Road Hostettoi 's ad this week. Firecrackers, all kinds, at C C Bender's. i l.wo you hoard anyone say, "It s HOT! I " Choose, Hums, Dried Beef aud Bclngua at Irwin's. Charlie Bender has a lot of dan dy watermelons and cantaloupes. 1 V.'rlvssllorseand Cattla l'ow dt; M packs for lTic at Ko'unson's, 1''. MeN'uughtnil Johnston, Ksj., returned from Washington the first of tliis week. (!. J. Mf'llott liiis licon appoint I'd postmaster at Com instead of W. H. Peck resigned. Miss Mary Hull of Pittsburg is visiting her sister Mrs. P. A. Neison of the Cove. "' ". KMh:i ugh and daughter " ' . ; -: out last Satur- 'J'lie farmers are in the, midst of wheat harvest. They com plin i of the scarcity of hands. Irwin sells Class Jars, Jelly Tumblers, Jar Caps, Rubbers aud l'araiino U'a at lowest prices. Koli'i t A. Stoutoagle was re eli'ctod to the W ashington school in Franklin county last Saturday. Mrs. 11. V. Scott spent sever al days recently, with friend...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., July 11, 1901. NUMBER 43. THE FOURTH. Tho Fourth came and wont in McConuellsburg without leaving anything of special worth to the newsgntherer. There was not one person killed by premature ex plosions of old cannons, n t a buildin burned, nor even nn arm nor hand torn off by a cannou cracker. Tho celebration began on tho evening of the 8d, by an innocent little lawn party. Tow ard midnight those who wore try ing to catch a little sleep were charmed by a chorus of sweet voices who wore "doing the town" with national airs and "Good Night Ladies;" but this was only a prelude, for as the Court House clock announced the arrival of In dependence Day, the clanging of the court houso bell, and some of tho church bells, the firing of cannon crackers, the howling pf dogs, the crowing of roosters, mingled with the shouts of the enthusiastic "celebrators" raised such a din that made the "order loving" people say ugly things about Jefferson for being respon sible f...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

THE ENDEAVORERS' 20TH CONVENTION. lateraational Gathering of Great Society la Cincinnati. LAKQEST ATTENDANCE ON RECORD. Tbt Feature! at Ike Opening. Day Wr tha Aaaual Address el President Clark, Wha Showed tha Twentieth Century Ml, aba at tha Movement, aid Secretary Baor'a Report Cincinnati, O. (Special). With the largest attendance on record the twen tieth international convention of the Christian Endeavor Society was held here. Cool weather favored the dele- Kates, and the business session, with which the convention began, was carried out in a pleasant atmosphere, after the aevere hot weather of the past 10 days. During the earlier hours receptions and rallies were held at different state head quarters. The delegates then marched to the Auditorium, where the opening eeision of the convention was held. Addresses of welcome were followed by the annual report of the officers and business agents. Three large auditoriums and a large hall have been arranged on the old Ex position Ground...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

A SONG OF; We are too much in olties pent, la crowds, we lira in baniabment; Of nature and her wondroni war, . Which ahonld excite our eager praiae, No more than myateriea do we know. Such slaves are we to idle ahow. Otwrr Hie boasted works of man, Whare art refinfa on nature ' plan; 'A picture atudy, or a bonk. Or on tome atately temple look, Perfection nowhere do we find, No thought 10 wistful as the wind. THE Trio Bending Club met at Mabel's thnt afternoon, and Genevieve whs the read er. O'enevleve Is the "pretty member," because she is pink and bk8Honi-tyke and because that sun shiny hnlr which never will stay where she puts it ninkes ber at ouce the envy and delight of both the other girls. Frances is the "Btyllnh" and M libel the "Intellectual member." Suddenly Genevieve laid down the book she .was reading aloud. "Girls, I wish we bad called our selves the Trio Talking Club," she ex claimed. "I must stop and say bo mo things thnt are on my mlud about our street. It's perfectly...

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. — 11 July 1901

T FULTON COUNTY NEWS. j .A i "Published Ev.r'y Thursday." j B. W. PncK, Editor. AkCONNELLSBL'RG. PA. 'n.- Thursday, July u. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AOVrtrJ'tMlNW KATKR. IVr square of S linos 3 time $1 W. IVr H-iuivre euoli hnrwi.gunt Insprllnn.... ISO. All ttilvrrtiMrmnt instried fir less than three months oiNiitfeil by the tquur. 3 iinw, (1 mow. 1 yr. jift.rnirj'itsj.oo. I tno.oo. a.voo. 40.00. fto.oo. 4n.W. I MOO. I 75.00. One-fourth (Milium.. On-'-rvdf t'oiumn.... Oi't1 i 'oiinnn ; it' trit'rtr1 for 'cs htin fl. NOW. If ' ri'i Mvc n Idivl word, say it; Thrnbli'njj bfiirts soon sink to rest. If you owe a kindness, pay it; 1-iiVs sun hurries to the west. Can you do a kind deed';' Do it, i'Vom despair a soul to save; Iliads each day as you pass through It, Marching onward to the grave. If some grand thing for to-morrow You are dreaming, do it now I From the future do not borrow, Frost soon gathers on the brow. Speak thy word, perform thy duty; Night is eom...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

f CO oOOO eOOo oobo OOOO OCX36 oOQ A Diplomatic" a 8 Mx&ir 3 uOo 0OO0 oCOo 0OO0 oooo oOOO ocd "I tell you what, Lomnx, I linvo my doubts ns to whether the wed ding will oomo ofri" exclaimed the. editor of The Morning Star, holding out a bundle of cuttinsrs from rival journals to the rnnn before him. Lord Lomux, an important in dividual in the oflieo of tho news iajicr referred to, inasmuch as his money had brought about the jour nal's birth .and subsequent exist ence, took the cuttings and glanced through them contemptuously. They told of a rumored breach-in the marriage contract valid between the Princess Sophy of tho British royal family and Prince Qustav of Talmania, a union which; if brought about, would nwo Europe from be ing plunged into the sanguinary campaign that was so nearly pend ing. "I don't wish any journal with which I'm concerned to publish false reports," he said skeptically as ho pitched the cuttings upon the edi tor's desk. "Of course not," replied tho other. ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

New York City. The fancy blouse with accessories of luce and the like Is essential to correct formal dress and Alls an Important place la the well- WOMAN'S FANCT BtOCSE. kept wardrobe. This charming and stylish May Manton model hns the merit of suiting bolh the entire cos tume and the odd bodice. As shown. It Is of white batiste with cream Cluny lace and black velvet ribbon held by small Jeweled buttons, but the design lends itself to silk and soft wool fabrics as well as to all the dainty cottons and linens with equal success. The foundation is a Cited lining that closes at the centre front. On It are arranged tne round yoke, the full un der proportion and the graceful ber tha. The yoke closing at the left shoulder extends to form a narrow vest that closes under the left front. The sleeves are In elbow length, ter minating with flaring cuffs, but can be extended to the hands, as shown In the small sketch. To cut this blouse for a woman of medium size one and a half yards of materia...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

The Maxim nt Snece. . Show me ft man who has rtevrr mailt mistake, and I will show you one who has never tried anything. It is a mistake to eat all you can, spend all you have, tell all you know, or show all you feel. Ever since I knew of them, I have hecn wanting to employ Schwab, J. P. Mor gan, and John Wnnnmakrr, tor there is no troulile in fretting business the trou ble lies in getting them. A had pup often makes a good dog; and I would rather undertake to reverse the force of a bad man than loan my own to a weak one. Many people Inhor like nn ox or a mule, and have to be prosed or they will not cam their feed. Dont tell mc what you have of beauty, strength, education, money or genius. The only thing I care to consider is what you are doing with it. If we could get a shield from the fear of things that never happen, our troubles would be reduced oo per cent. Many practice humanity to get the un der hold. You can't escape criticism, for if you save money, you nre a miser and a ho...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 July 1901

, Kid IIosU.tter'8 ad this weok. Peerless Iloro and Cattle Pow d -,3 jxicks for 2."c at IW. -iuson's. For a ch)1 refreshing drink of nod a water, call at Will Dickson's drugstore. On u Plows, Harrows,- aud Ag ricultural Implements generally at W. H. Nesbit's and prices risht. Wchh-y M. Dawson and J. J. Van Horn may each get a letter by calling at the McConnellsburg postoliite. Do you waut to buy an engine, M-purator, sawmill or shinglo mill at a big bargain? See John F. Johnson's ad. iu another column. Owing to the absence of Dr. West, there will not be any preach ing service in the Presbyterian cb'irch at this place next Sunday. i ,cr, l. I IWuieu and Captain . ', i "I"vnin Maryland 1 r . : . ;f meetings on t . 'in t auiji C.i round near Ilan- ' 'a". Very interesting Children's Day services were held at Pleas ant Grove last Sunday. A num ber of folks from Whips Cove w re there. Persons wishing Dental Work dme by Dr. Stevens in this place will note that he is away from town from the...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 July 1901

m rape. VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., July 18, 1901. NUM13ER'44. IOWA PALLS. Letter Prom Rev. (icoie I!. Shoe, innker. Editoh Nkws: It seems like u long ti mo since my wife and I were in old McConnellsburg: but when I stop to think, it is only a few weeks at most. We reached our Iowa home ou the 10th day of April, glad that we had been per mitted to spend a few days with Hie old friends, and in the midst of old scenes. We were pleased, also, to be in our home again. The month's absence from my charge has made it necessary for me to work hard in order to catch up, but I have beou happy in my work, and that means much. Iowa is beaatiful now. I wish you could see this land to-day. The season promises to bo an unusually fruitful one. For a time wo were in need of rain, but now we have had an abundance, and everything looks we". Straw Lorries were not quite as plenti ful as they would have been if rain had come sooner; but there were enough after all. Raspber ries, currants, gooseberrie...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 July 1901

LABOR WILL FIGHT THE STEEL TRUST. A (treat Strike Order Sy President James Shatter. , MANY THOUSAND MEN AFFECTED. Pallart of the Official of the Conpaalei aad h Officers at the Amalgamated Aiiaclatloa ta Reach aa Aireemeat Alter Maay Confer eacee-Sereatylive Thousand Mea Directly aad Thousands Mare Indirectly Affected. rittsburg, Ta. (Special). After a three-days' session the conference be tween representatives of the American Sheet Steel, American Steel Company and American Tinplate Companies, sub sidiary companies of the United States Steel Corporation, and the general ex ecutive board of the Amalgamated As aociation of Iron, Steel and Tinwoikcrs. adjourned without reaching an agree ment. In less than an hour later Presi dent Shaffer of the Amalgamated Asso cialion had wired a strike order to all the amalgamated lodges in the tinplate, ateel hoop and sheet steel mills. For the present Secretary Shaffer says 1hat only the three companies will be affected, but later all the union me...

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