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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 September 1901

New York City. TUp waist ttmt closes nt the hack remains in favor, nnil is promised extended vogue. The very charming May Manton model FANCY WAIST. shown 1ms the merit of being simple nf construction, ut l lie same time that If in sufficiently elaborate in effect to ! appropriate for afternoon iintl Infor mal evening wear. The original is of loiiisine silk, with irenin guipure hfe, iiml is made over the lilted lining, lmt all waist iimf gown materials are Miilnhle, sill;, wool iiml cotton, ami the lining emi bo omllie1 whenever desir able. Silks and wools mv better nud more servirealile made over the foun dation, lint washable fabrics are pref erable nuliii"d. The fitted fonnilaiion is snug and smooth and closes at the hack together with the waist. The fronts proper are tucked to yoke depth and withered at tint waist line, lmt the hacks are plain .".cross the shoulders and show only might fulness at the licit. The lace is applied over the malerial on Indicated lines, the scalloped e...

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. — 5 September 1901

A "isw t'au.a lor Lightning. An old colored preacher in the rural district accounted for the lightning in this way: "Ever' time Satan looks down cn mts ilc Lawd's work gwine on, fire flashes Cum his eyes. Dat's dc light ning. En w'en he fail to hit cr church wid it he lays back cn hollers. Dat's dc. thunder." ''But, passon," said an old deacon, "whan is Satan in dc winter time? We dont have no lightnin' den." The preacher studied a. minute and then said: "Well, hit may be, Br'er Williams, !at hell's froze over den." Strictly I'nraiinnl. The East Cleveland ear had passed Lake View. Near the front scat sat two women, one from the rural districts, the other a Clcvclandcr who was show ing the sights. ' As the car passed Forct Hill the rus tic sister exclaimed, pointing to the half-cnipleted lodge: "O Cousin Sarah I What's that cute litte stone buildin'?" "That?" returned the Clcvclandcr with an air of superiority. "Why, that's just a little church Rockefeller's buildin' ior his own priv...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 September 1901

liead Hostettor's ad this week. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Coffee. 10, 12, and 11 cents at Robison 's. Homo grown and Western Tim othy seed at Irwin's. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Covalt spent a few days visiting friends at Fort Littleton last week. International Stock Food for sale at D. Edward Fore's, Knobs ville. Best in the world. Mr. Reuben J. Lay ton of Beth el township was a business visit or at the county seat last Satur day. George C. Melius and sou Phil spent from Tuesday until Friday of last week at the Grangers Picnic. Ex-CountyCorumissionersLem uel Garland and Albert Plessing- er were in McConnellsburg last Thursday. Miss Irvie Hull left on Tuesday for Eastman College, Poughke ep- sie, N. Y., to take a course in ste nography. Mr. T. B. Litton of Thompson and son Wilson of Ayr were in town a few minutes Tuesday morning. Our neighbor Charley Stevens has been confined to his bed dur ing the past week with an attack of grippe. Uncle John G. Shafer of Need more spent Monday in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

i0imil VOLUME 2. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., September 12. 1901. NUMBER 52. Persona). Mr. J. F. Hess of Gem, spent last Saturday at Mcconnellsburg. Obcd T. Mellott of Belfast township spent last Saturday in town. Mrs. D. A. Hill, of Fort Little tou, spent last Wednesday with Miss Katie S. Fore. Miss Lida Peck and Miss Cora Funk of Gem, were inMcConnells burg visiting on Tuesday. B.. F. Simpson and daughter Miss Lulu spent last Wednes day at McConnellsburg. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Paylor of Ayr township spent a few days recently with friends in Franklin county. O. D. Doty and Edward B. Rob inette, of Everett, were register ed at the Washington House last Saturday and Sunday. . Mr. D. T Humbertof Thompson township was a welcome visitor at this office while in town one day last week. Rev. T. D. Richards and family are visiting Mrs. Richards' moth er Mrs. Anna Carl at her home in Warfordsburg. John Hoopengardner who has been at Riddlesburg several months is spending a few days with his family here....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

SUMMARY CF THE LATEST NEWS. Domestic Two hundred and fifty minor em ployed at tin- Pine I till Colliery, near Meycrsdalc. Pa., went on a strike. The stock of the Winchester Tele phone Company was sold to a Hanover (Pa.) syndicate. Brandolino Yiivnahtno. an Italian, of Mount Vernon. N. Y.. confessed that he murdered John Francesco Dura, having fceen incited thereto, as lie claims, by Frederick lnihoff. The National Association of Letter Carriers, in session in Chattanooga. Tenn., adjourned aiter electing officers nd selecting Denver as the next meet ing place. B. F. Kesler. a Baltimore and Ohio freight conductor, died at Martinsbnrg. W. Va., from injuries received when lie was thrown from his train. The Baroness von Sclnvarzrnstrin. who has separated from her husband. he Kaiser's former envoy to Washing ton, has gone on the American stage and is playing a small part in H.ickett's "Don Caesar de Kazan." She is a cousin of Vice-President Roosevelt. Bishop r.ynic. of the Catholic Dio ce...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

SONC OF THE SHOVEL, The friends I have are. deserving friends, And I serve them well I ween, Tlit hands that hold m are honest hand Be they ever no Knurled and lean: Oh. birth and position are naught to me If proud, they tmist earn my aeorn For I act them free, under God's decree, When the world van newly born. A-swish, a-Kwih 'tis Hie song I sing Willi a truer tone than the trumpet' ' ring. Or the roll of drum, or tlieshrill of fife--A-wish, -Mvisli, 'tig a tale of ' J hritig to the pensnnt his homely food, To the prinee hi viands and wine. The glittering atone and tbc snITron gold I wrest from the gmdgi7ig mine; Tint, little I earn for these tawdry thing. And my kindlient gift to toil Is the jov that wings and the health that springs From the grasp of the graleful soil. A -swish, swish 'tis the song I sing With a truer tone than the. trumpet's ring. Or the roll of drum, or the shrill of fife Aswisli, a-swish, 'tis a tale of Life. O, well for the world that my InmUy yoiee Grows lou...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

HJLTQN COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. I'LCK. Editor. AtcCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, Sept. 12. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVmiTISINd RATKS. i Vi-vi 1 'i:irf n( mini's. 1 t1mf ft V. l or -i.mro iMioh sulie(i!nt. Insertion.... PA A't m! i'i-i immthmkh Inst'rti'd for lew thill, tir-oe inouUi cfiiroil by the square. '. nor. I I' rims, i t yr. 1 -ru'-i..ii:'ltl I'tiimnu.. t tin- t'Hlf eimiHin Kip eolmim 40.00. KMJO. I0.on. Not hltiff Insrrtfcl for Icnn Itiun M. I'ro'eMwionul CunlMone yeikr KING EDWARD YII. King Edward VII of England reigns over about 40,0OO,(XK'i people, or a quarter of mankind. As Prince of Wales his income was about $."00,000; as King he gets about f),0(Hl a day. The King, the Lord Mayor and the constable of the Tower aro the only people who know the pass word of the Tower of London. This password is sent to the Man sion House quarterly, signed by the King and is a survival of an an cient custom. Four men in Londm, all of re spect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

-ULTON COUNTY NEWS. FOR THE LITTLE ONES., Easy Tricks You May Teach Dog With a Little Care. Jumping is Ihe ensiost thing to "tench your dog. First, put him in n corner and hold a cane hefore him bo Hint ho cannot get out without looping over it. You mudt not. hold it very high or he will crawl under it; mako him hold his head up, how ever, and you will prevent that. Keep nt it until ho understands what you want, and ho will jump without hesitation. After the trick has been learned in the corner it may bo tried out in the room. Later on you may get him to jump through a hoop, and still later through a hoop covered with tissue 'paper, making him break through the Tinner na' h innmn This will require a good deal of patience, but it tuny bo done, and is so odd that you ought to try it. Another easy trick is sitting up. Begin this in a corner. Place the dog in a silting posture with his back against tho walls, and keep him in that position by tapping him lightly under tho chin; ho will s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

New York City. Tasteful, comfort able breakfast or morning Jackets are essential to every woman of teste. The novel May M.mtuti design lllus- rr BRKAKFAST JACKET. trated coinliiui's nil the cuetillstl fea tures, I loose enough for comfort, yet graceful rihI becoming. The original Is maile of India silk showing blue figure on n white ground: hut wnsh nhle material ami soil. simple wool en fabric are equally appropriate. The full front ami back are pimply gathered n ml Julneil lo n square yoke of lining or lo the titled lining that i :;tends to the waist. The? deep yoke hliapcd in effective scallops Is Included Willi the box pleat that closes Hie fronts, hut the lower edge may he tinlshcd free with bolero effect or stitched over the gathers if so pre ferred. The fulness Is gathered nt the waist line in hack anil a ribbon passing around the waist confines the fulness in front. The sleeve are lu bishop shape, but finished with turn over tlare cuffs. At the neck Is a turn over collar tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

BORROWING TROUBLE. Dr. Talmafte Says It Is a Bad Hnbit That Unfits Many to Properly Discharge Their Duties. . fled Will Meet Our Exigencies They Arise. I Copyright 1M1.1 Washington, D. 0. In tlii discourse; Dr. Talninge xhow the folly o( allowing fnrermdiiiR to influenif ua and how x-t pri'totion of evil weaken and destroy : text. Matthew vi, .'M, "KulHcirnt unto the (Iny in the evil thereof." ' The life of evcr.y man, troman and child! iM a elonely under tjie divine care as though audi rier.nrt were the only man, woman or child. There urc no accident. An there in a law of utmim in the natural world, no there in a law of trouble, a ltvw: of clisHMtcr, a law of misfortune, but the majority of the trouhlc of life bit imag inary, and the most of those Anticipated never come. At nny rate, there is no cause of complaint against God. Hce how much lie lias done to inuke you happy Ilia siiinhiiic tilling the earth with glory, mnkitig rninhnw tor the storm and halo for the mountain. greeiine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 September 1901

Read Hos tatter's Bd this week. Urick for sale at Morton's yard. Coffee. 10, 12, aud 14 cents at Ivobison's. Ilome grown and Western Tim othy seod at Irwin's. Don't fail to see what the Rack et Store has to say about squir rels and turkeys. International Stock Food for sale at D. Edward Fore's, Knobs ville. Best in the world. David Little bought the M is. Logan property on First street last Saturday at public sale for $5G0. We are indebted to Mrs. Will iam Paylor of Ayr township for a basket of delicious apples aud pears. Joe Lehman of Unioa township has goue to Lock Haven to com plete a course in the state normal school at that place. Philip Strait and Oliver, Dan iels killed a rattlesnake last week that measured about 5 feet in length, and had 21 rattles. Persons wishing Dental Work done by Dr. Stevens in this place will note that he is away from town from the 25th to the end of each month. Dr. West will preach at Green hill next Sunday morning at 10.30 and in the Presbyterian Chu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 September 1901

, VOLUME 3. THE POWERS OK .MEMORY. Experience WIiv.i About iJrown ing in the. Mississippi River. Written tiy I. H. Myorn, There havo been iu the past re markable iusta ices of tho powers of memory iik individuals; but these instances were rare, as in the case of Cyras, King of Persia, of whom it is recorded Hint he was able to call by name every soldier in the army. Another in stance is that of a voting man who would gather his companions around him on iaabbauv evenings iiud repeat, for tlWr amusement, the sermon he had heard in the morning, almost word for word. We have reasons to believe that these instauces, though rare, are designed to convey to our minds some conception of that mighty power which is possessed though almost unconsciously by each rational and intelligent being Though seemingly, slow in its do volopmont, this faculty will yet put forth a power and energy far surpassing that displayed in those rare instances which now excite our wonder. - That power of mind which 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. — 19 September 1901

SUMMARY OP TUB LATEST NEWS. Doatettlc. At the encampment of the Grand UAimy of the Republic Commandcr-in-I Chief Rassieur made a violent attack on Saimion Examiner l-.vans and his metlt- 64f of administering the pension taws. The Democratic State Committee ol Virginia declined the proportion of the Jtspublican committee for a joint de bate by the gubernatorial candidates of ft two parties. Shamrock II. had two lucky escapes imm serious disaster while taking a pin. She was struck by a squall and came very near running into a yacht. The strike situation remains un changed. The steel combine has re lated to entertain further propositions I aettlement from the Amalgamated Association. Shipping is tied up nt New Orleans .by a Mrike of the longshoremen, whose jdmind for higher wages has been re fused by the shipping agents. A mob of negroes broke into the jail 4 WicklitTe, Ky.. and lynched three Iftgfroes who confessed having robbed respected colored man. While on a sick bed Miss Zoe Daug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 September 1901

THE TALENT AND THE THK talcut, known no well lo Lucile's friends, was a really delightful Rift for music. The girl with big blue eye nnd curly brown' hair?" the other member, or her class would begin. In reply to some visitor's query. "Oh, ' 70a must uiean Luclle. She plnya beautifully. She It) a perfect genius and only seventeen! Really, , you must hear her." Then perhaps they would go in dearth of Luclle, and present her, to the questioner, and then usually the guest would auk Luclle. to piny; and I.ueile, with a Utile added color, would shyly comply. The visitor, whether musical or not, almost Invariably was Interested and pleased, and sometimes surprised by the girl's delicacy of touch and expression. "She plnya re markably well; mid she is young." wns the usual Judgment. "Are your family musical?" "My mother used to play." Luetic always replied quietly, so quietly that questioners never asked her why her mother no Hunger plnyed. Sometimes they ask the other girls. In Lucile's a...

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. — 19 September 1901

X FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Sept. 1 9. 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADYinTIMNQ RATn. Por Miunre of line tlmM II 60. 1'er ntiunro enoh milweouent Insertion.... H). Alt ikdvcrtiMetnAnts lnntrtMl f4r lens than three loontrw charged by the Mtuare. 9 moM. Auioa. ..siVnaTfcuoa .. 25.00. I 1()0. .. 40.00. M OO. I yr. One-fourth column One-half column One Column M.00. mat. 7S.0O. Nothing Inserted for ten than II. Professional Cards one year K. All Sorts of Paragbaphs. Platinum expands the least by heat of any metal. Tusks of an elephant frequent ly weigh from 125 to 300 pounds, There are 10,000 miles of over head telegraph wires in use in the city of London. The albatross is the largest of all sea birds frequently measur ing seventeen feet from tip to tip of wings. The big floating steel dry dock in Havana harbor has been pur chased from the Spanish govern ment by the naval department for 1185,000. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 September 1901

NJLTON COUNTY NEWS. NEW IDEAS IN ROADS. CHANGE SUGGESTED IN REPAIR Of MACADAM HIGHWAYS. ConMnnt tlenewnl to Give War to Rranrliiclnii nt From Three to Fir Years Cost of Mfllntnmiee Redae . ed I'se of Mnoblnery. - It la commonly said and thought that hi the const ruction of macadam roads there It) uothlng new under the nun. Alt the American engineer can do U to copy the. precedents aud practice of the Eiinllsli and Frcucli road tmllders. : Our Iconoclastic contributor, Mr. "X311 lette, however, mparts an Interesting record of mnendatn resurfacing which seems to put tho matter of macadam road repair In quite a different light, ihi.vs Engineering News. The old, or thodox method of maintaining a mac adam road is to keep continuously at It. Writers of textbooks ou road con mnictlon Invariably urge that the road should be maintained by constant sur veillance. In fact, the Ideal plan, ac cording to them, Is to have a man con tinually going over tho roads of a given district, mending a low ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 September 1901

New Tork City. Shallow round sokes are very generally becoming, and are among the Intent designs shown. The May Manton model lllus- woman a rtonsa. t rated is made of sky blue louisine silk with the yoke of ereuin hue. over white, trliumiug of Mink and blue cord inn. which Is attached beneath the edges of the tuck and liuishes the round neck anil buttons of turquoise matrix. The design Is eminently siut pie. yet effective, and iu the height of style, both for the odd waist worn to the theurre. Informal dinners and the like, and for the entire costume. Silks of various sorts and all light weight wols are appropriate, and the cording ran be varied by t lie substitution of contrasting pipings or the tucks left plain as preferred. The lining tits snugly aud closes at the centre front aud ou It are arranged the yoke and the waist. The back is smooth across the shoulder but drawn down In slight gathers at the waist line. The front is tucked in groups of Ihreo each and wllh the yoke closes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 September 1901

THE MODERPUHIRCH. Tke Rev. Dr. Tatmage Says a Praclicat Gospel Is Helpful. Mlahtlerial Lailacas li De nouoced-The Ckurcb Needs No Apolojltt. lfloprriht, IWI.J Wastttsoto, D. C Mont. encouraging to all Christian worker if this diac'iurae of Dr. Taln-iage while denying the accur acy of atatistica which represent Sunday audiences a diminishing; text. Hebrews x, 2fi, "Nor fnrnaking the aMtmbling of iimclvcs together." Startling ttement have been marlo in many of the pulpits and in some religion newppeT. It ia hcrd over and OTer again that church attendance in America ia in decadence. I deny the atatement by presenting some hard facta. No one will dnpute the fact that there are more ohurchea in America than ever before, one denomination averaging two new churchca every day of the year. The law of demand and supnly ia aa inexorable in the kingdom of God a it. ia in the woild. More churchea supplied armiet more church privilege demanded. More banka, more banker. More factories, more man ff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 September 1901

Koad Hos tetter's ad this week. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. 8. A. Nesbit spent last week In Pittsburg. Coffee. 10, 12," and 14 cents at Robison's. , The schools in Ayr township opened Monday. One of Adam Grissiogcr's best horses died Saturday night ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Austin of Sa luvia spent Tuesday in town 1 Towelliug 8c yd., and 7c Calico at 4c yd., and 6c Gingham at 41j yd., at Huston's. , There will be preaching service ut the Sideliug Hill Christian church September 22. International Stock Food for saJe at D. Edward Fore's, Knobs ville. Best in the world. Baking Soda, Corn Starch, and Copperas 5c lb., and Epsom Salts 3c lb. at Huston's Cash Store. Watson Lynch is manipulating the yard stick in J. K. Johnston's store during the latter's absence in the city. Harry K Huston will sell you 25 lbs. Gran. Sugar for $l.-55 or 6Jc single lb. Ar buckles Coffee 12c lb. Mr. and Mrs. George Ott and their little grand-daughter Helen, spent last Saturday with the fam ily of John Ott west ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 September 1901

Cmft mum VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., September 26, 1901. NUMBER 2. Nace Robinson. Tho roarriago of Mr. llorace U. Nace and Miss Mary C. Robinson 1 1. tho Presbyterian church last Wednesday was a most pleasing event. The pulpit and choir platform were so decorated that they pre sented a massive bank of green foliage and beautiful flowers. Just at the head of the center aisle a double arch about ten or twelve feet in height was formed, This was tastefully trimmed with trailing vines and flowers and from the center of the top was suspended a wodding bell perhaps two feet in diameter, covered with white asters. In front of the arch the aisle was closed by a white ribbon drawn from the tops of opposite pews and tied in a nice bow-knot. At half past seven the doors were thrown open aud in a very few minutes the seating capacity of the church was occupied. Tho front seats had been re served for the iuvited guests, and as they entered, each lady was escorted to her seat by one of the fou...

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