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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 September 1901

SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS. Domestic. An impressive national memorial ser vice ffr President McKinlcy '' held in Washington. Thousands could not get into the building and mi overflow meeting was held in the street. The exercises consisted of short addresses by clergymen of different denomina tions and singing by the entire audi ence, with the Marine Band accompany ing. Aguinsldo's bodyguard. iticlud;ng Major Ahambrn. two captains, two lieu tenants and 20 men. have surrendered Hid taken the oath of allegiance. Gen eral Chaffee has refused requests for ttie release of the prisoners 011 the Island of Guam. The engagement is announced 111 Washington of Miss Annie Ridge Ear ly, a grandniecc of General Karly, ant! Mr. Arnold Randolph Fairfax, third in line in succession to the title of Lord Fairfax. Steps have been taken for the organi zation of an association having in view the erection oi a national memorial monument at lhe cemetery at Canton in which lie President McKinlcy- re mains. A...

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. — 26 September 1901

TEACHERS If we ditln'Misve Uils loilina throh the rt "V-' ?'e"rv y II we diiln t have the heartaches, if we rtiiln it have the tears, we might reap the rareat flowers that hnve blossomed in the dew We muht lenrn the sneetext lessons that llicy Irach, who never knew! It li one tiling in the trouble in the trouble and the atrife. To lie atiivinn for the laorel thnt stay wreathe the brotrn of life; To aeek in rain that laurel which ia ever out of reach: It ia one thiiiK to be toiling, am) niiollicr tiling to teach. Frank THE PARACHUTE DROP. Told by Hr. Lane MP THE parachute now la lo the balloon and to- I lie alt- ship wlmt the? lifeboat ia to the ir-onii tpiinipr. No well ap pointed balloon goes voyaging Into the nerlnl ocean without out'. Scientific aeronauts, like Professor , Myers, do not approve, of them, lint they haw become 'Indispensable to balloonist tv ho do a holiday exhibi tion business. The pnblle ,h quilo as fond of the parachute "drop" as of the balloon Itself. People no...

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. — 26 September 1901

fulton county news. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Sept. 26. 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVRHTHIIfU RATEB, Per nqunre of K llnr time tl W. Ptr H4unrA rAPh milwemient Insertion.... ho. All HflvertlsemerHM tDMprted for I WW than throe month oenrged by the nquare. H nun. I (J mo. . . 2IS.U0. I 40.00. .. 40.U0. I MOO. J 3"1 (.to.oo. IW.OO. One-fourth column. Oue-half column.... One Column Nothing Innerted for lew than fl, ProfeMlonal Cards one year 15. . The President's Identity. What a Presidont curries in his pockets is much like what any other citizen does. The Presi dent's clothes which were remov ed at the Exposition Hospital have been sent to the Mi burn residence, where the pockets were emptied. In the right-hand trousers pocket was some cur rency, $1.80 in all. With these coins was a small silver nugget, well worn as if the President had carried it for a long time. Three small penknives, pearl handled, were in...

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. — 26 September 1901

FULTON COUN'Y NEWS. A ROMANCE OF RAGS By Hope Hart. j "Onus" stood on the eornor of two of tli6 busiest streets of the city. The "beautiful" covered him with a white ninntle, and a cold, biting wind swept chills throiiitb. his thin, worn coat Pnsscrs by there were by hundreds, but none bestowed upon blm more than a disinterested glnnce. lie was a "stran ger within the gate" of a city where poverty Is too common to awake com ment "Hags" was the eminently fitting so briquet given him by half a dosen dev ilish youngsters. , "lings" had walked the streets all day In a fruitless search for employment He was "willing to do anything." "For God's snke, let me do something!" The many times be had made this ap peal he bad ceased to count Truly there was nothing prepossessing In the appearance of the shaggy haired man, with the stoop of CO years and the burden of his' poverty. And "Rags'" services were not in demand. It was growing dusk. Through the thick mist of snow the electric lights began...

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. — 26 September 1901

J " New York City Simple blouse with gored skirt make tho best of all cos tume for young girls. This pretty and stylish May Manton model Ik oirl's costume. adapted both to school wear aud to occasions of more formal dress; the former when uiade of sturdy dark hued material, the hitter when of light weight fabrics in pale or light colors. As Hhowu It Is dcslgued for service, however, and Is made of Napoleon blue cheviot with strapping of the same, collar of blue velvet anil chemi sette of blue tucked taffeta. The blouse Is cut with a plain back, drawn down snugly at the waist, and slightly loose fronts that droop over the belt The neck Is finished with n roll-over round, collar, and the chemi sette, or shield, renders It high at the WOMAN'S DOUBLE neck. The sleeves are In bishop style with narrow pointed cuffs. The skirt is cut In live gores aud is snug about t ho hips, while it pluces gracefully at the lower portion. lb.: fulness at the buck is laid in Inverted pleats under which th...

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. — 26 September 1901

THE POWER OF KINDNESS Dr. Talmage Says a Spirit of Amily and Good Feeling Is (o Be Commended. Victory Through flood Will Most Potent ol World. Ifnpyrl)it, WW. Wamhhotoj, D. C In, thia discourse Dr. Talmafte commends ths spirit of amity and Rood feeling and mention illustrious example of tb.it, spirit; telt, Acta .xnviii, 2, "Xiie barbarous people iihowcd u( no lit tip kindness." Here wo arc on the Islnnd of Malta, an other name for Melita. This islnnd, which has alwava been an important commercial cntre. belonging at different times to Phoenicia, to tireece, to Knme, to Arabia, o Spain, to France, now belongs to Eng land. The area of the island ia about 100 square mile. It ia in the Mediterranean ra, and of aurh clarity of atmosphere that Mount Ktna. 1. mile away, can ha distinctly seen. The ialnnd ia gloriously memorable because the Knights of Malta for a long while ruled there, hut moat fa mous becauae of the apostolic shipwreck. The bestormed vessel on which Psul aailed had "laid...

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. — 26 September 1901

lvoad UostctU.T's ad this week. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Coffee. 10, 12, and 14 cents at Robison's. Send a copy of the News to some friend. International Stock Food for sale at D. Edward Fore's, Knobs villo. Best in the world. The Jesse Cline farm situated midway betweon Burnt Cabins and Fort Littleton will bo sold next Saturday. Miss Estella C. Mellott spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnston west of town. Persons wishing Deutal Work dooe by Dr. Stevens in this place will note that he is away from town from the 25th to the end of each month. By skirmishing around on the 5th page of the News this Meek you may notice the advertisement of H. E. Husion at Clear Rklge. Barry is a hustler. We are indebted to Philip Ott for a basket of the largest apples we have seeu for a loug ti me. Two or three weighed about a pound and a quarter apiece. There will be a local institute at Laurel Ridge school house Fri day evening Sept. 28. Allteachers and othe...

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. — 3 October 1901

mnmt VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., October 3, 1901. NUMBER 3. NEW TRESPASS LAW. LcglHlatlon Which In of Special Interest to Hunters. Following is the act in full pass ed by the last legislature and ap proved by the governor on June 24: Section 1. Be it enacted by the senate and house of reprentatives of the commonwealth of Pennsyl vania, in general assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same. That on and after the passage of this act any person or persons trespass ing upon any cultivated or closed lands in this commonwealth for the purpose of hunting and trap ping and taking therefrom any game birds or game animals af ter public notice by the owner, lessee or occupant thereof, such notice to be posted on, around and adjacent to such cultivated or enclosed lands, shall be guilty of wilful trespass, and in addition to the damages recovered by law shall be liable to (the owner, lessee or occupant) in a penalty not exceeding $5 for each and every offense, payabl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 October 1901

miNLEY'S VAULT GUARD ATTACKED. Tfca Sentry on Top of the Tomb Fires at Mao. SOLDIER'S CHALLENGE UNHEEDED. Oe Had Beta Watching a Lurking Hiure lat tka Buihos The Vandals, Oaa ! Whoa Waa Masked, Mk Tblr Escspe Btlleved That aa Attcanpt Waa to Be Mad to Blow Ut tha Tank. Canton, O. ( Special). A strange Story conies from West Lawn Cemetery, where a company of regulars from rort Wayne, Mich., are guarding the vault in which the body of the late President Mc Kinley lies. It is to the effect that the guard on duty on top of the vault fired a shot at one nun who refused to hoed his challenge, that the shot was diverted by another man who appeared from another direction and that an etTort was made to stab the guard. Military regulations prevent either (the officers or the men of the post from fcefng quoted on any matters connected ' with their service, and for this reason ! Captain Biddle who is in command, was obliged to decline to be quoted at the icanip. He will make a full report to hi...

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. — 3 October 1901

I I ALL THE WEALTH I op ppTrrc wrra.Tn BY 0P,E READ- g HAM-IE WEATIIEULY, school teacher, was Intellectual and sympathetic, and thin led old i women to declare that If she rror hsd an opportunity she -would be popular In society. Old women know, o, ought to know, thnt these are not tho two qualities most essential to so cial Rnceess. Hut In any case It was not likely that. Miss Weatherly would ever he much sought after. She was studious, diffident, not, given to the enthusiasm engendered by fads, and was Inclined to believe thnt she had a mission In this life. She had been Toted the most popular teacher within a certain division of the city, and with the reward of her triumph she would have gone to Europe, which Indeed was the object of the election, but when the day drew near she argued that she could not nfford to spare the time. Her frlcud, MIhs Tarker. a tepcher who had carried the other di vision of the clly, called on her two days before the ship was to sail. "I'm so sorry you...

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. — 3 October 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. VV. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 3, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AOV1KTIHINO RATHM, Pef ot line a Unm tl 60. I'erHqtmre cauli nntweqw-nt Insertion.... fto. Ait utvcriistment tnv.rteil fur lew than three month oeitrved by the square S uioh. fliniM. 1 yr. (in-fi)iirih column IM. tMOU. I m.nO. f ne-liillf column .(!. I 40.00. HO.OO. (me Column 4O.0U. N.00. 7MU. Nothing Inserted for less than tl. FroIeK-sioDul Curds one year to. Made Maud Mad. Maud Muller on a summer day Uakod the meadow sweet with hay. Her hat was off, her arms were bare, She muttered low ; "Wish I could swear !" But Maudie's mood was far from sweet, lk-cause of the terrific heat. She knew that every sunbeam's chase Brought a new freckle to her face, And while she raked the hay field through, Her neck burned red her nose did, too. The Judge came riding down the road, And slopped where Maudie's fair head glowed, lie wore a suit of...

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. — 3 October 1901

iULTOiN COUNTY NEWS. l OR THE CHILDREN COST OF BAD ROADS. I mi31imBBBmBimBKX! PEOPLE OF THE DAY trnnlnn Home on n Vliilt. Conmii'lo, I lie 1wl)ra.a nf Marlbor oilfli, will j,tiicp llio cloning weeks of tlio Rpflmm nt Newport with lior pres ence. Tlio dulip nnd the duclipfm nro comliiir over for n visit nnd vlll occupy MiirMo ITotiso, tlio palntlnl tnnnslon prwtcd by William K. Vntiilorlilit, fn- tlior of tho ilutilit'wH, Homo years oco, Mr. Vamlctlillt pnvo Mnrblp House to bin former wife, mother of the duch DuUHOfcO OF iUALllJlJlUtUUUU. oss, now Mrs. Oliver II. r. Belmont, when the bitter secured n divorce from blm. The bouse bus been closed Klnco then, Mrs. Dcluiout doulnrlng- that she could not nfford to k ep It open. It hns been thoroughly renovated In nn tlciputlon of the nrrlvnl of the duke mid duchess, nnd It Is expected that It will be the scene of elaborate and recherche entertainments ere the sea son closes. Grandpa Pottos. One of the most Interesting men In congress Is .S...

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. — 3 October 1901

1 ' New York City. Short Jaunty jack ets that extend only a few Inches be low the waist line, take a permanent place among the latest styles, and will woman's jacket. be much worn both en suite, with skirts to match, and an general utility wraps. The applied yoke Is a marked feature and stamps the garment ns being up-to-date at the same time that It Is generally becoming. The smart MayMantou model shown ts made ot zibeline In the uew shade or garnet, but corduroy In dark blue, gray, brown and tan Is exceedingly fashionable for walking, shopping and out-door sports, and all suiting mate rials are appropriate, while cheviot end covert cloth make satisfactory jackets for general wear. The backs fit snugly to the figure, being cut with side backs oud under arm gores, but the fronts are loose fit ting and Include single darts only. The yoke Is applied over the cloth, but can be omitted when preferred and the lit tle coat left plain, as shown In the small cut. The neck Is finished with a ...

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. — 3 October 1901

1 Too fr.flVctlve. "John," said Mrs. Billns, after the caller tiad gone away, "I wish you wouldn't bunch yoor blunders jo." "What da you mean, Maria?" asked Mr. Eillus. "I didn't mind your telling her that you were ten years older than I, but you followed it up minute later by letting it slip out that you were fifty two." Moan Thirty Reealie Have you diosen any of your bridesmaids yet? May Yes. Fanny Lyon. Rosalie Why, I thought you hated her. May No, not exactly; but ths brides maids are to wear yellow, and you can't imagine how that will go with Fanny's complexion. Wrenched Foot an4 AmKIo Cured (It. Jacob oil. Giktlm i short tine ago I gerarely wrenched my foot and ankle. The injury was very painful, and the consequent Incon venience (being obliged to keep to butinonO IH very trying. A friend recommended St. Jacobs Oil, and I take great pleasure In in forming you that one application wan ful'.i cient to effect a complete enru. To a man so simple and effective a remedy in In valuab...

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. — 3 October 1901

Head Hos tetter 's ad this week. Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Coffee. 10, 12, and 14 cents at Kobison's. David Thomas is lcarniug the tailoring trade at Charlie Stev ens's. Arbucklos Coffee 12c; 25 lbs. Gran. Sugar, $1.55; 12 cakes Laundry Soap, 25c at Huston's. M. R. Shaffner has a lot of good seed wheat for sale at 75 cents a bushel. Huston pays lGc do,, for Eggs; 10c lb. for Butter; 00c bu. for On ions. 10c lb. for Evap. reaches. Chas. B. Stevens' store room is crowded with new goods for men and boys. Something new in the clothing line. Come and see. Table Oil Cloth, 1 4c yd. ; 5c Tow elling, 8c per yd.; 6 and 7c Calico for 4c; 6c Gingham, 4Jc yd. at Huston's. Miss Minnie Dalbcy entertain ed a number of her young friends on Monday evening. It was the occasion of the anniversary of her birthday. We expect to be at home next week; and if any of our subscrib ers want to send us a little money with some one coming to court, we wiH take it and send a receipt back. Rev. and Mrs. Sm...

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. — 10 October 1901

He VOLUME 3. Personal, lion. Geo. A. Smith, of Rogers villa, Tenn., is in attendance at court this week. Clarence L. Sipes of Philadel phia is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson Sipes. D. V. Sipes, accompanied by Master Paul Ott, was in Cham hersburg last Friday and Satur day. Miss Annie Rumel, of Cham hersburg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rumel, west of town. Mr. William Black, accompa hied by Miss Alice Hamil, spent Saturday and Sunday in Cham- hersburg. Miss Stella Logue who is teach ing at Foltz this winter spent Sat urday and Sunday with Miss Mary Hoke. Mr. Henry Fost of Bethel town ship was an early Monday morn ing . caller. He came up as a grand juror. Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Grisinger, of New Grenada spent a few days among friends in this community this week. Our veteran friend C. C. Ker ling, of Dublin Mills, paid his re spects to the News office while in town Monday. Mr. Denton Peck of Thompson was among the number who made pleasant calls at the News o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 October 1901

V r1 i il M ( 1 : ' "WOMAN KIDNAPPED ANDJHEN ROBBED. Pbsadcr Amounting to Thousand of Cellars Recovered. "WAS HLLD CAPTiVE TOUR DAYS. Ike Story Told fly the Victim Seemed S Unlikely That th: Police Did Not Brieve It to Be True Several News ftpcr Men, Slcnojjrarlicr and Darbcr Comprised the fiang. Philadelphia. Pa. ( .Special). Charged with kidnapping a woman and holding lirr a prisoner fur four days, robbing her if jewels worth more than $jono and compelling her to sign hank check for large sums of money, is the story which the police unfolded here when they an .mmnced 'he arrest of two newspaper men, a stenographer in another news pancr office and a harher, all of whom arc charged with complicity in the crime. The men now locked tip at the Cen tral Police Station arc Howard K. Sloan, an unemployed reporter; Henry Wallace, society editor of one of the morning newspapers; J. Knight Fmdlay, of Wayne, near here, stenographer in the business oilier of another morning Vaper, and Oscar S....

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. — 10 October 1901

A WOMAN'3 mld I were lying in a field of clover, Of clover cool and soft, and soft and sweet, itb dusky clouds 1 deep skies hanging over, And rented silence it my head and feet. Just tor one hour to lip tlie leash of worry In eager haste from thoiifilit ' impatient neck, And wntch it coursing in Us heedless hurry Disdaining wisdom' whistle, duly' buck. All, it wero sweot where cioTcr clumps are nieetinz, And daisies liidine, an to hide nnd root: So sound except ruy own hvnrt's sternly healing, Rocking lUelf to sleep within my brenst. A DANGEROUS RIDE BY WILL rTAD come from the East to seek my fortune, In Colorado. After spending nearly two years In pros pecting In different parts of the State, I resolved to go to Los Vegan, Sew Mexico, and try to get u position ,n the railroad, as I always had a klnjr for that sort of work. Well, I only got as far as Trinidad, kvlien I found myself without a dollar n the -world, and of course I hud to ktop over and soe If I could not get oiuethlng t...

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. — 10 October 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 10, 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIRTISIHO RAT IN. Per square of lined 3 time" 11 IW. Per fciuure e:wh subsequent Insertion.... W. All Ktlvertlxement!! Inserted for 1cm thun three mouths oeArved by the squnro. 8 num. no.Jl yr. r.TiR.i).Tina I u.iw. . . iS.lXI. 40 IK). (W OO. .. 40.00. I r 00. I 75.00. One-fourth columa.. One-hnlf column One Column Nothing Inserted for less than It. Professional Cards one year 16. Coming Home Once More. When the heated breath of summer Fanned our brows with fevered heat, And the very flowers at noontide Drooped in fragrancefaint and sweet, Then we dropped the heavy burdens, Known to every heart that lives, And for just a little season Sought the rest that nature gives. On the breezy mountain summit, In the pine tree's healing shade, By the softly flowing river, Or the eool and quiet glade, We have heard the silent voices Whisp...

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. — 10 October 1901

RJLTON COUNTY NSVS. TOR TIJEJIOUSKWIFE Old IIn For Lamp Sknfloii. Ofton wo find that old Btrav. Imti nro BubJoclB of srnve ftmiiMiir.it Ion. Many of them, wo Uuiir It Mid, nro too pood to bo thrown nwny, too fnin-lfiil to be ' given to the poor and yvt not qnlte modish enough to tempt tbelr owner Into trimming tli(ni up for cnutlier nonson. This, thru, Is the time when It In best to transform tlx-m Into lamp shades. Mont charming ns lump nhadei they become, es)icclnlly for summer houses ami vernmlus. To carry out the Hehorno Is a plmpto matter. Lephorns or very large garden hats of rough straw are the mont do nimble. Klrst HliouM the top of the crown bo cut out, when already, as can be imagined, the lint will nwinmo some what the shape of a lamp shade. Un derneath It should then bo wired up and down as well as about tho top nnd bottom that It may be held In shape and bent gracefully, for above all, else these shades must have a free, floppy appearance. They do not look well If at al...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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