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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 August 1901

THE DESERTED SCHOOL. BT BIOniBD fhere brood a pathos of time long paat Jn every nook nd every grass-grown way; JV fences lean as tired out at last. That once pent in so many lads at p'ay. The doors gape open, but one harks in vain For human voires or for hurrying feet; lie ruaty weather-cock creaks out that rain Or ditys uncloudy come, or anow and sleet. The gables droop, the windows, staring eyed, Do seem to mock one pitying the place; A thousand birds and flowers long have tried To put upon the scene a summer face. But spite of them, a silence wide and deep ('lings round the corners, sits on every stone; It is a spot for lingering and sleep. For guessing other fortunes than your own. Stacy's Chimney-Top Party. By Edward William Thomson WHEN Uia first great woolen factory was put up at Cornwall. Ontario, by tiie Scotch-Canadian capitalists who are now Lord Moun-Stephen ami Lord 8trathconn-nnd-Motiut-Koyul, tuelr contractor for the building was John Stacy. He was of great physi cal ...

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. — 22 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCOfcNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday. Aug. 22. 1901. Published Weekly. SI. 00 per Annum in Advance. A1IVKK TIS1MO UATltS. rr square of ft line ft times t! W. Per mjuitre ench suhse'iuent Insertion.... fio. Ali HrivertlfenH'tits iniert.'U (or less tb.kn throe monttw oearired by Hie square. :l runs. 11 nios. j ....tis'..Tr'.-'''.l 5.. I .H. WM. 1 .(X. One-fourl.h ,'niumn . . Oue-hi;f column One Column NotNintf Insortpil for Ip-- lh:tri 1. Professional Cards one year ' Made HI By Dancing. Miss'Nora, Cooloy, aired V.K of Hampden, Baltimore, wasstrieken with heart failure at Charleston, as a result of exertiou in dancing, and was uuconscious for 12 hours. She attended a picnic at Harper's Ferry and danced a groat deal. Ou the return to Winchester, where she is visiting, shesuddeu ly became unconscious and re mained in a precarious condition until next morning. The physi cians say that the violent exercise in daueiug caused her co...

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. — 22 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ALL OVER THE HOUSE, little Things That All Housekeeper! Ought to Know. Sftvc the wiro from discarded lirooms until enough is obtained to mnko n Binnll hnnd broom. Cut it into lengths of six or seven inches, bind securely and attach a handle, fcuch a broom is admirable in clean ing ironware or other metal. ' Snve all paper tablet covers for wtc in mounting photographs or picture cards, etc. Do not detach the half cover not used, but lot it perve as a base, opening it half way, pyramid fashion, the table- or man tel serving as the base. If your house is not provided with shutters to exclude the boat that penetrates the thickest of shades during hot summer weather, take Rovcrnl thicknesses of newspaper and tack or glue to the upper sash; let them reach at least hall way the length of the window. By keeping the blinds closed a coolness will be obtained that would bo otherwise impossible. A large sheet of paste board may be substituted for the paper. Small hoods or co...

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. — 22 August 1901

New York City. Tucks, far from losing favor, appear to be steadily gaining ground nml will lie correct for the next, as well as the present TfCKED SHtET WAIST. Benson. The novel May Manton g'.iirt wulst shown is oi white lafi'etu silk, nml la made over the lilted lln'ng. luit nil waist materials are appropriate and the liuiug enn he omitted when washable fabrics are used. The foundation fits snugly and closes at the centre front. On it ore arranged tlie portions of the waist proper. Tlie fronts are tucked to yoke depth. thcD fall f n e to form soft folds, hut the bucks are tucked for their out ire length nml are arranged to give a tapering effect to the figure. The novel yoke extends over the sit eves, but can be rut off at the arms eyes when preferred. The sleeves are in bishop style, tucked for nearly their length, hut left free to form puffs above the narrow pointed cuff bands. At the neck is a regulation stock collar with which is worn a tie of black velvet to match the belt. To...

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. — 22 August 1901

.WOMAN'SJPIIERt gcv. Dr. Talmagc Says She Should Rule as a Queen in the Home. Il Value at a Field o! Usefulness The Mother's Influence, ICoprrtvht MM.1 ' Wakhisotox, D. 0. In this discourse pr. Talmnge extol home a a field of fulness and especially encourage wive ,nd mothers; text. Genesis J, 27, "Male end female created He them." ) In other words, God, who can make no mistake, made man and woman for a spe cific work . and to move in particular spheres, man to be regnant in his realm, woman to be dominant in hers. Ihe boundary line between Italy and Switzer land, between England and Scotland, is not more thoroughly marked than this distinction between the empire masculine and tho empire feminine. So entirely dis fimilar are the fields to which God called them that you no more compare them than you can oxygen and hydrogen, water tnd grass, trees and stars. All this talk ahout the superiority of one sex to the other sex is an everlasting waste of ink and speech. A jeweler may have a s...

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. — 22 August 1901

Kead Hosteller's ad this wook. Mrs. S. W. Kirk is visiting ht-r mother iu ISruah Crunk Valley. Stop at Dickson's drug store and get ac(Kl refreshing drink of soda water. Miss Ne'lie Ott is 8jeiid'ug a week with friends at Lei) master and Chambersburg. Goorge Evaus of Thompson township has purchased the George Myers farm. Captain and Mrs. Moore of Philadelphia are visiting friends in town this week. Joseph li. Mcllott one of Ayr township's substantial farmers spent Tuesday in town. Thomas Humbert, and nephew were among the visitors to the county seat Tuesday. Everett coutained 13 buildings in one of those, built in l'-'i, is now being torn down. International Stock Food for sale at D. Edward Fore's, Knobs ville. Best iu the world. I lev. Blossom expccls to beg'n a series of meetings iu E'ias's grove, Wells Valley, August 3"th. A full lino of Staphs Groceries just received at Uouiusou's uud will bo sold at rock-bottom prices for cash. Miss Ada Se'sor of Mercers burg is visiting her un...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 August 1901

tie Jfrnltwi Mots. VOLUAE 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., August 29, 1901. NUMBER 50. "V An Armenian Wedding. Tlie following description of a wedding in the Orient is ex tracted from a private letter from Rov. Charles 11. Pitlmau of this place, but who is now a Mission- nry in Persia. It was not written for publication and is used with out asking his consent; but ho is so far away that we do not feel much afraid of him. Editor. "The wedding was the marriage .f a young man who is a graduate of our Boy's School, but is not a member of our church. He ap rIied for membership once but would not agree to h ive a Pro t istaut wedding which is one of the conditions of church member ship, and was, therefore, not re i ieved. Ho married the daugh ter of an Armenian priest, aud iivited all the Missionaries. "The wedding took place last Wednesday. The frieuds of the . room were invited to his home, and the lady frieuds of the bride met at her home, at seven o'clock on Wednosday evening. Dr Wright, Dr. W...

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. — 29 August 1901

SULTAN GRANTS FRENCH DEMANDS. Imperial Irade Issued la Constantinople Concedes Everything ASKED BY AMBASSADOR CONSTANS. WL Dekisss, the French Minister of Forelf Affairs, Wlas the Dlttlaclloa of Gaining Diplomatic Victory Over Abdul Hamld Secoid Oaly to That by Secretary of State Hay. Constantinople (By Cable). The Quays Company question has been set tied, as expected, in accordance with the desires of France. An imperial irade has been issued or dering that the company shall be al lowed to txerci.se freely all the rights granted by the concession. Paris ( By Cable). The official com munique announcing the granting of the French demands is as follows: "In consequpence of the declaration made to the Porte by the French Am bassador that he acts under instructions from the Minister of Foreign Affairs, a imperial irade has been issued de claring that no obstacle shall be op posed to the free exercise by the Quay Company of the rights resulting from their concession. The Foreign Office o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 August 1901

W0LVES OF 'THE SEA. From duk until dawn they are hurrying on, Unfettered and fearlene thry flee; From morn until ere they plunder and thieve The hungry white wolvea of the seat With never a rent, thev rare to the wet, To the Orient's rim lo liter run; Jly the her and the floe of the northland they ' ... And away to the i!e of the aim. Thry wail at the moon to the dentate dune Till the air has grown dank with their lirenth; Tlipy narl at the stars from the treacher ous bars Of the coaiti that are haunted ly death. They aranp'o and bile in a keen, mad de light A lliey feed on the liosnm of grief; And one atcals away to a envc with bil prey And one to the rocka of the reef. With the froth on their lip thry follow the fthiptt. Each striving to lev! in the chaac: .Since looted by the hand of the king their hand They have known but the rank of the race. They are h:ic:((V and old, yet as mighty and bold M y.-hon God's fiedicat gale act them free; Not a enil is unfurled in a port of the wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 August 1901

l t if J i .. . f i i : r U! TON COUNTY NEWS. (Cunt itmt'd fpiiu pii-M.' 1 ) tuMi.sh(.T h'lnirsilaj'," ' HiihTYon rse was V-i - and a kiud . Ml pilini VMk'O. I lti- Were 'h couple solus ami some songs din iii'.r iho meal, ii i m1 everyone seem- Trim;''') F.twt Trd I -'v'' B.yvV PcCK' Eiitai. "McCONNELLSBURU, PA. ...I'HUKSDAY.'AUU. JV..1V01. Published Weekly. :1.00 per Annum in Advance. ' AliVKKTIMlNd KATRN. IVr stiuurti ,i ilnt'i : timr j IVr Ntiimrt? pjn'h ni-.p,1,imi Inri , itirt . . . . All mlvt'rt,isf'intits luv.'rteil fur tint, tllrre nmiilli.s urui i-il by lli Minnie. Oil Sociable. A I'fni' tlio lii.i.il n oi . SIHll A, Meltha.flt. Whit 1 b IjilHiltr- over, we arose, lln priest asked ! JuiK'li with some aciniatntances. tlw miqiUM ,,f tLrs world, but I j , ,1,., papers vou bn-uHit l,..,,,., dolmow that there y,. a groat j;;;ltul,,av l1mt Mr Morgan many snr,,,! men vl, re poor, , ,,,, ...iui,,,...-,..,. i ,. m,, ,... kii- is a really lovable husband ( ,,i f.iitrth t'liliiiitn . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NKWS. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. How to Care For Glass Bric-a-bra nd Repair Broken Pieces. Ciln.aa, tlio'tigli provi'ibinlly brittle, will slmiil niiv juiioinit nf Imrd Iml iincc it is lii-ola'ii tlio only tiling tlint remain to ! dono in to tlirow it, nwnv. (Vn1pntin will not do much good. If thc stem of n wine f'lns or vasn is lirokon, mending is Miniei iniiH jiossililu liy npplving to tlio joints foinc onsily fiisihlt! re incnt, pifc.li fl.s plu'linc, tliroiijL'li ft sil ver tulie. (iIiish that luiu been properly nn jienled will stand variations nf tem perature perfectly well, but if this liasn't been done it id likely to break instantly and without apparent rea foii. I'Vefpienlly plobes nnl ebirnneys fly to picees (ht'ii not properly heat ed. This is due to draft or mois ture, upon the chimney, especially lamp chimneys, which will crack from top to bottom' even after the lamp has been'Xtinnibed. (Jlass vases used for Mowers fre quently become coaled with an un pleasant de...

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. — 29 August 1901

New York City. Simple blouses with rtwp round collars are among the la text designs shown and are very generally becoming. The smart M;i.v BLOl'Sii WAHV. Manton design Illustrated is tucked across the front to yoke depth and in cludes tucked elbow sleeves, which arc I'liiiu.x when the stock and shield me omitted, but en bo made Willi full length bishop sleeves when preferred. The tucks nt the front give graceful fulness below, and render the waist effocilve ami stylish wiih ver.- little iulditlon.il trimming. The oriilial is made of figured I.oulsine silk iu shades of pink and Is handed with black velvet ribbon, but all plia ble materials suitable for tucking are appropriate. The foundation nr fitted lining close at the centre front. On It are arranged the smooth back, the tucked front si and the deep collar. The elbow sleeves are peculiar, being lucked In the cen tre und free at top and bottom and form graceful frills at the elbows. When the waist Is desired high ueck the shield an...

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. — 29 August 1901

rfiTMIVf. 1C INCIPAinriMT Talmsge Gives Instance, of What Slender Thread Great Results Hang. On I LiHI Thln May decide Your rale -The Importance of Triflt. tCoPrrlsht 1MI.1 Washington-. I). C A Bible incident got often noticed ia here ued hy Dr. Tab mage to aet forth practical and beautiftd truth; text, If. Corinthinn xi, 3.. "Through a window in a basket wo a I let down by the wall." Sermons on Paul in jail. Tan' on Mara hill, Paul in the shipwreck, I'nnl before the aanhedrin, Paul before Felix, are plentiful, but in my text we liaVa l'aul in bnsket. Damascus ia a city 01 wnite nna glisten ing arcnitciiirc, sometime, caiiea me eve of the Kaat," aometimea called "a pearl surrounded by emeralds, " nt one time distinguished for swords of the beat material called Dntpascus bladea -and tip holstery of rirheat fabrto called damat-k, A horsemsn of the name of Saul riding toward thin city hnd been thrown from the aaddle. The horse had dropped under l flush from the sky which nt the aame ti...

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. — 29 August 1901

lji ad llosteUorV. ail this week. - Unclt for sale ntMorton's yard. ' Co(To'! 10, 1L', diul 11 cents at t Kobison's. Ii)1ern;ilion;il Stock Food for calo at IV Edward Fore's, Knobs- . villo. Host in the world. DAvightThompson is im proving his already 1'audsome dwelling by 11. f addition of a beautiful porch tin? ful! !?!! h of tlj" building. Vc;s :.is wishing Doutal Work !ut by Dr. Stevens in this place will not" tliiit he is away from town from the L'5th to the eud of each month. .Viron OloviMigor and Samuel V. .Bender killed a rattlesnake over in the Moadowgrouuds last week that had 11 rattles and a button. There will not be any preach ing sorviee in the Presbyterian eluu'.'h during tho next two Sab .baths. Dr. West is taking part of his summer vacation. Dr. P. K. fctigers of Hancock performed a surgical operation for Mrs. Luther Yeakle of the 1 ,iule Cove- one day last week, by i .'.iioviug a tumor from her eye. Full term Central Commercial College, Cumberland, Md., Win chester,...

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. — 5 September 1901

VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., September 5, 1901. NUMBER 51. A Trip to the Sea Coast. . i MRS. L. M. SH1VE8. Train No. 2 was crowded with excursionists as we pulled away from Hancock station on Thurs day August 22, and our first stop was at Martinsburg, 22 miles away. Here were added quite a number more pf persons bent on Atlantic City. The old historic town of Harper's Perry is our next stop, and soon we are hurry ing onward, at. each stopping place adding many and losing few until standing room is at a pre mium. We are permitted a view from the car windows of the, cit ies of "Washington and Baltimore, but, as towns must not be judg d by what you see in the neighbor hood of the railroad or station.we pass them by for some other time. When we reached Philadelphia we crossed the Delaware in a big ferry boat, took a seat in one of the Jersey flyers and at the rate of a mile a minute we were whirl ed onward across the state until we suddenly pulled into the sta tion at Atlantic City. I...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 September 1901

(1 VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., September 5, 1901. NUMBER 51. A Trip to the Sen Coast. i MRS. t M. SHIVES. Train No. 2 was crowded with excursionists as we pulled away from Hancock station on Thurs day August 22, and our first stop was at Martiusburg, 22 miles away. Here were added quite a number more of persons bent on Atlantic City. The old historic town of Harper's Perry is our next stop, and soon we are hurry ing onward, at each stopping place adding many and losing few until standing room is at a pre mium. We are permitted a view from the car windows of the, cit ies of Washington and Baltimore, but as towns must not be judged by what you see in the neighbor hood of the railroad or station.we pass them by for some other time. When we reached Philadelphia we crossed the Delaware in a big ferry boat, took a seat in one of the Jersey flyers and at the rate of a mile a minute we were whirl ed onward across the state until we suddenly pulled into the sta tion at Atlantic City. It w...

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. — 5 September 1901

X FREIGHT TRAIN SLAUGHTERS 36. Slocking Collision on the Great North era at Nyack, Mont. NONE OF THE PASSENGERS INJURED. A Frcltht Trail Brok la Two a Sleep Gride at a Rocky Mountain Foothill Tko Rear Ead ot the Frelxht Tor Loom Fran the Head End, Dashed Down and Struck a Passenger Train. Kalispell, Mont. (Special). Thirty fix lives were lost anil 1.1 persons were injured in the wreck on the Great North ern Railway passenger train No. 3. at Nyack, 30 miles west of Kalispell. None of the passengers were injured, the fa lalitics having been confined to employes of the railroad company. The wreck was caused by the break ing in two of a freight train on the steep grade of a Rocky Mountain foothill. The rear end of the freight tore loose from the head end. dashed backward down the mountain and crashed into the rear end of the passenger train which was just pulling out of the station at Nyack. The car attached to the rear end of the pas senger was the private coach of Super intendent Down...

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

AMBITION. A fever In the Wood that tmma ; By day and night I ; A heart iinnntislied lliat turm i Toward the height! ''An eagle in the mm I tliat ycarni V for t(tunillps Hightl i 'An inner kp! that tec a star' Above you glow. Then shown huw poor a thing you art And bids you grow; That points you to n goal afar j And hida you go! ' A hand that over points the way. To glorii'K newt '.Above the future' hill", a ray That shine for you! A voice that ever aeein to ay, "Arine and do!" Prom prophcry that look before, A magic word, By which your very spirit' core I thrilled anil stirred. And by whose power evermore Your will is purred! IN REMEMBRANCE; ,V I'T HAT Mr. Timothy Burt I ',pf'",eB to give a rent to I the new hospital, for oil J bU wealth, he Is nothing tut a skinflint." It was said hi a New. York car by a lady dressed ns only American Indies can dress; slip was so flue lu her mi minor magnificence that Blip quite overshadowed a little uoneutlty of a woman HipieezeJ Into the corner. ...

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

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. VV. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.' Thursday, Sept. 5. 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTLSIKO KATB. JVi square of ! line' 3 time $! W. lvr 'iiHro riK'h MibseiiiM'nt Insertion.... AU rutvenisetrnMns (nsrrtfMl for lew than three numlliH oeiirKeil liy the iiuure. f " a mo, i rtratw. 1 yr. OiiV'SifrtlTvniuiuo tlMrf.iift7uX Cne-liit'f column Aim. I M. I ..(. llilP Cnllli. 1 41I1X). M,W, I 7.V0O. Nothin lnert-d for lew limn II. l'rufuHHlontbl Carw one yer $6. flew Counterfeit Quarter. Another counterfeit quarter is goiug the rounds and there seems to be a great many of them. So cleverly is the piec made that even when oDe is told of it he m ust compare it with another and good quarters and see the differ ence. The spurious piece bears the date of 1000 aud is one of the best copies of the genuine ever put into circulation. It weighs almost a grain more than the good coin and contains more sil ver. Among the disti...

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. — 5 September 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. Little Thing That All Housekeepers Ought to Know. i Rnvo the wire from cliflcardod brooms until enough ia obtained to make a email hand broom. Cut it into lengths of six or seven inches, liind securely and attach a handlo. Such a broom is admirable in clean ing ifonwaro or other metal. Snvo all paper tablet covers for use in mounting photographs or picture cards, etc. Do not detach the half cover not used, but let it nerve as a base, opening it half way, pyramid fashion, the table or man tel serving as the base. If your house is not provided with shutters to exclude tne heat that penetrates the thickest of shades during hot summer weather, take several thicknesses of newspaper nr.d tack or glue to the upper sash; let them reach at least half way the length of the window. l?y keeping the blinds closed a coolness will be obtained that would be otherwise impossible. A largo sheet of paste board may bo substituted for the paper. Small hoods or cov...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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