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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 October 1901

New York City, Nothing serves the purpose of an all-round useful wrap more perfectly than the golf cape. It Is worn for traveling, driving, walk- "7V norp cv. Ing, bad weather, iilinost every occa sion except tlu game from which it takes Its name. On the way to mid from the links It may, and often does, serve as well as when the walk or drive have no such end. hut for actual piny It Is Impossible and uwer seen. The smart May Mauton example shown is cut after the la. est Knglish model, and is absolutely up-to-date in every detail. The original is made o". 1au colored cloth with plaid under side, but plain cloths and cheviots are quite as often seen, while light colored broadcloth makes an admirable even ing wrap. The cape is circular ami tilled by means of shoulder darts. The huod is graceful and carefully shaped, open ing slightly at the? centre back to give a pointed effect. The storm collar is cut in sections and tits snugly at the throat while It Hares freely as it curves upward ...

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. — 10 October 1901

If Juki Couldn't. Pat Murphy had bfn Out of work for some time and was a few weks in ar rears with hi payments to his landlady. Finding no Other employment, Pat de termined to enlist, consoling himself with the thought that the lite of a sol dier wpyld not be worse than being in lodgings. All went well till Tat was in the ranks for drill when the sergeant came up and called out, "Here, Murphy, throw out your chest." "Sorry, sir, I can't," replied Tat. "Can't! Why?" "Because my landlady has it, sir." Mr. Tliominnann'a Trnnhlra. When I came home yesterday the maid met me at the door. "Mr. Thommason," she said, "some one with a bill was here yeslerday." I glanced in the parlor and saw that the room was full of neighbors. "Some one with a bill?" I queried. "Was it the lawyer?" "No." answered Marie with a smile; "it was the stork." I have since, heard that some people say that the dialogue between the maid servant and myself was arranged before hand, so as to give out the impression in t...

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. — 10 October 1901

Road Hostetter's ad this week. Hoadlltvrry Huston's now ad. , Brick for sale at Morton's yard. ColTeo. 10, 12, and 14 cents at Kobison's. J. K. Tritlo lost a good horse from colic the other night. Dont forgot to look for II. L. Norris's new harness ad on page 4 Customers will find W. II. Peck's mill at Gem running on Wednesdays sura Arbuckles Coffee 12c; 25 lbs. Gran. Sugar, $1.55; 12 cakes Laundry Soap, 25c at Huston's. James Woodal, who livos just south of town, had a 300 pound hog to die for him the other day. Huston pays 16c doz. for Eggs; 16c lb. for Butter; 60c bu. for On ions. 10c lb. for Evap. Peaches. Rev. M. L. Sipes, formerly en gaged in business at Gapsville, has purchased F. Clapper's store at Tatesville. Table Oil Cloth, 14c yd.; 5c Tow elling, 3c per yd.; 6 and 7c Calico for 4c; 6c Gingham, 4$c yd. at Huston's. D. D. G. M. Harry K. Markley will install the officers of the Mc Connellsburg Lodge Friday even ing, October 11. Chas. B. Stevens' store room is crowded with n...

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. — 17 October 1901

0imf VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., October 17, 1901 NUMBER 5. TIS 1 f 011 OUR MINERAL .VEALTH. Iractlcal Suggests ns by Col. Demoting. "The mineral weal ,h of Fulton county is so great, ai d tho vario ies so numerous, it has seemed trange to me that m little has leen done in the way of develop ment." This remark was made in McConnellsburg a few days ago by Col. Henry C. Demming, of Harrisburg, the widely known geologist and mineralogist. Con tinuing, he said, "For some time I have been trying to devise a plan whereby in localities like Fulton county development work may be inaugurated, and deposits of minerals of commercial value opened up for market. The first steps will have to be made by lo cal men, with home capital Then when a mineral, for which there is a demand in the general mar ket, is brought to light, and a large deposit demonstrated, out side capital and enterprise are more certainly and readily secur ed. When these secondary steps are made, then the business of mining,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 October 1901

PETER NISSEN LIVED IN THE RAPIDS. Bariaf Cblcajoan Goes Through Nl agara'i Mad Waters. THE BOAT WAS BADLY DAMAGED. Oaca During the Voyage He Wit Tarawa Oa His Head But the Navigator Seems Little lb Wan tar His Thrilling Joarne Failed M Take Soundings Muck Aaxloas Ei clteaeat Among the Spectators. Niagara Falls. N. Y. (Special). Peter Nissen, of Chicago, made a successful trip through the whirlpool rapids in his boat called the "Fool Killer." Never in the history of rapids navi gation, it is said, was a larger crowd of persons gathered to witness such a per formance, and the trip was enough to delight them all. The bridges, the cliffs tmd vantage points in the gorge were crowded, while down at the whirlpool other masses ascmblcd to see Nissen do or die. The people slalioncd on the bridges law the boat cross the river up near the falls about 2 18 o'clock. It ran to the American side and did n.it reappear in the stream until 330 o'clock, when it came out to midstream in low of a row bo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 October 1901

I I THE APOLOUY By Philip Ver'ril fllghels. r- y HE rnln descending on to I ' the snow hnd nindtf Itob I thoroiiRliIy wot Rtnndlns J sldo the mouth of his tui HE rnln descending on top of Ilobcrts g In- tunnel. tiS lighted a candle, nnd then gazed tut on the dreary scene presented by Hie grny hills. "It's au elegant Chrlstmns." ho grumbled, "and nothing for a Christ-ams-tree this Bide of Sugar Lotif Gulch." There was nothing green, certainly, Have a single scrub-brush of mountain-ten. "I suppose I've got to go," he added; "the kid don't ask (or much, and I reckon he's lonely, poor little man." Ho started Into the mine. On either tide upright timbers supported the roof of the tunucl. Close to these, one after another, the miner held his can dle, sweeping It slowly down the length of cuch. Every one was bent Inward, a few were splitting, and ominous crocks sounded iilong the line, ss the posts shouldered up the weight of the saturated hill above. Roberta understood the situation. Had ...

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. — 17 October 1901

FULTON COUMTV NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 17, t90i. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AtVIRTISI!a RATSW. Per nqunre of l llrrp" S times Peraquare each subsequent Insertion. All advertisement Inserted for let three month cearged by the square. .11 60. . ISO. than 8 moH. I 6 imw. I I yr ...I1K.00. I sjo.oo. 1 tcii.tifc ... 26.00. 40.00. hO.'Xl. .... 40.00. 66.00. 75.00. One-fourth column.. One-half column One Column Nothing Inserted for less than II. Professional Cards one year 16. A Fortunate Dismissal. Thirty years ago a young man named Samuel M. Bryan, a clerk in the postoffice department at Washington, received notice that his services were no longer need ed. Incompetency was the rea son given for his dismissal. When he looked over his stock in trade he found that it consisted of something less than a hundred dollars in cash and a great idea. A week later he was on his way to San Francisco, one good-natured pos...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 October 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. A belief exists all over the east that Id the future the west can be depended upon to supply horse at a less cost tlinn enoterti farmers can afford to raise them. A month's sojourn In the west looking up the horse Industry loads me to the conclusion that such belief Is unfounded, says C D. SnienJ In The National Stockman. The plain facts are that the low prices of a few years past have more effectually driven the western breeder out f breeding liorsvs than the eastern breeder. True there are horsos found In plenty In the sale stables, but the quality of them Is poor, In fact very poor In many cases. Scarcely a first class carriage, coach or draft horse can I find. By far too many of them ere 100 pounds too light for carriage horses, and when I do find one largo enough with a kind disposition and Intelligent I And him with poorly formed limbs, too upright pasterns, weak at the knees and stiff In the shoulders. The drafters we find more of size and lunk beadedness ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 October 1901

POTS ' New York City. Norfolk styles make k marked fenture of the season, and re noticeable In waists on well ns jackets. The smart May Mnnton MISSES' NORFOLK WAIST. model shown Is made on the latest lines and Is correct In every detail. As shown tlie material Is tine serge flannel woven In a pretty fancy plaid, collars, cuffs and belt being of black velvet, but plain flannel, corduroy, vel veteen, striped flannel, cashmere and til waist and dress materials are suit able, as the design Is equally appro priate for the costume and the odd Waist. The foundation, or fitted lining. Is snugly fitted and closes at the centre front. The waist proper Is laid in box pleuts thut are stitched at their under folds and extend from the neck ami shoulders, the closing being effected by means of buttons and buttonholes forked through the pleat at the centre front. The two seamed sleeves are In tiress style with slightly flaring cuffs. The neck Is finished with a standing collar that terminates In a ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 October 1901

THE WAY OF DESTRUCTION Dr. Tilmsre Tell of the Pitfalls for the Unwary in the Great Cities. The Third Wales of tk Night A Drama la Five Acts. ICorrrighi, iwt.1 WxsmNOTON, D. C In tfiii 'scours Dr. Talmsse describes some of the scenes to be witnessed late at niglit in t!io r"t cities and warns the uriwarr of nirnr peril; text, Isniah xxi, 11, "Watchman, what of the night?" When night csme down on Bnnylon. Nineveh and Jerusalem, they needed careful watching, othcrw the incen diary's torch might, have been thrut into the very heart of the metrnpol.'tnn splen dor, or enemies, marching from the hills, might have forced the gale. All night long, on top of the wall and in front of the gnten, might be heard the measured step of the watchman on hid solitary beat; silence hung in air. save as some passer by raised the question, "Watchman, what of the night!" It is to me a deeply suggestive and sol emn thing to see a mart standing guard by night. It thrilled through me as at the gate of an ars...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 October 1901

t - I !t : .'1 ! ' Road IlostoUcr's ad this week. IJrick for sale at Morton's yard. Coffee. 10, 12,: aud 14 cents at Kohison's. The Kouss Racket Storo has a new ad this week that it will pay you to read. Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind.: . "DeWitt's Little Early Risers never beud me double like other pills, but do their work thorough ly and make me feel like a boy." Certain , thorough , gentle. Trou t 's drug store. Ex-Cora missioner John Gtunk u rd of Wells speut a day or two iu town last week. Do you suffer from piles? If so do not turn to surgery for re lief. DeWitt's Witch Ilazel Salve will act more quickly, surely and safely, saving you tho expense aud danger of an operation. Trout's drug store. On account of the illness of Mrs. Markley, II. K. Markley did not iustall the officers of McCou nellsburg and Fort Littleton Lodges last week; but sent Geo. W. Fisher as deputy. W. T. Wesson,Gholsonville,Va., druggist, writes: "Your One Minute- Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction. My cust...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

VOLUME 3. Court Proceedings. OCTOBER TERM 1901. Tlio first and final account of Rev. John L. Grove, administra tor of the estate of John L. Smith Into of McConnollsburg deceased, presented. The same was con firmed, and S. V. Kirk. Esq., up pointed auditor. The first and final account of Mason L. Barton, executor of Em ily Akcrs, of Brush Creek town ship, deceased. The same, with distribution attached, was present ed und confirmed by the Court. The first and final account of D. C. Stunkard administrator of Ma tilda A. Stunkard, late of Wells township, deceased, was present ed with distribution attached, and wiis confirmed. The first and final account of John Stahle, adininistrator of Dau iel Stahle, late of Union township deceased, vas presented with dis tribution attached, and same con firmed. The first and final account of Reuben J. Layton, executor of Samantha E. Dencen, late of Un ion township deceased, was eon firmed. The first and final account of S. K. Pittman, administrator o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

SHOWS NO SIGN OF A COLLAPSE Mra. Mary Witmer Is a Woman of Iron Nerve. A1SENIC IN HER SISTER'S BODY. Despite tbt Terrible Charges Against Her, She Retains Her Stoicism jnd Maintains Her Canaoaart Tho Attempts to Get Her to CosvM Herself of Any of the Murder Charted Afalnst Her Prove Futile. Dayton, O. (Special). Mr. Mary Belle Witwer, the alleged murderer of 14 persons, retains a stoicism which amazes the authorities and quite discon certs her attorney. She has maintained her composure from the beginning. Only once has she given way to tears, and that was when visited by her stepson, whose father, Frank D. Witwer, her fit'tli and last husband, is said to have died from poison which she administered. Young Witwer offered to bring the prisoner any delicacies she might wish, and reminded her that she had always been a kind mother to him. Aside from this the woman has kept tip an indifferent attitude under all cir cumstances. Police interviews have fail ed to make the slightest impressi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

RETROSPECT. In the twllijht dnneinr, dancing To the lium of Airs entrancing;. Fair irradiate creatures away In a semi-sphere around me. By fantastic step tbey bound me Laugh my humors grim away. Stirring me to deep emotion Hy a fairy-siren potion. Drivinj sordid thoughts afar; Then my evil apirit banmhed. This I asked tlicm ere they vanished: "Tell me who and what you arc!" g THE VEGETARIAN CAT. (Q) Ey Susan Drown Robbing. t"Xs7AN;TEDrA T -where I can do Y housework for situation Jo the the board of myself and rnt, lu a country town nnd quiet fam ily. References exchanged. Vegeta rian family preferred." This advertisement caught my eye nnd haunted tny Imagination. We were a quiet family of vegetarian ten dencies, and moreover, we wore lu need of a little more help In the house keeping department. So it was that we answered the advertisement. The arrangements were quickly made, and Hiss Mullen and her cat came. We had decided that sho would be a slight, delicate little lady, aud that...

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. — 24 October 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 24, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AOVKKTISIXa KATfet. 1'ec square of line K time $1 Ml. IVr Mintrp nch ulsr'tnpnl lln.-rtlnn NO. AH mlvcrttsiMni'ntM tnsi'rUnl for less Ihun three monihit counted by the tquiiro. 8 mo. rimn. 1 yr. One-fourth coiumD. tne-h;ilf column.... One Column . ..if.. fc.ii.iio. I (ami. . . . . JMHI. 40.00. .10.(10. .. .. 10.00. hft.Oll. ?M0. Nothing Inserted for lew than f 1. I'rof ewlonul Curtlh one year fc". THF TEACHERS' COLUMN. Reports of Schools, Local Institutes, and Such School News as Teachers May Furnish. Morton's Point lvi V. Mor ton, teacher. Firt month. En rolled Hester Truax, Minnie Strait, Bertha Truax, Jessie Wink, Mary Mellott, Maggie Mel lott, Mabel Truax, Jessie Truax, Ida Bard, Blanche Wink, Nellie Morton, Thomas Morton, John Morton, Roy Truax, and Harry Wink. IVr cent, of attendance, 100. Jacob Lake's school Miss Cora Fun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

MILTON COUNTY NEWS. . CONDENSED STORIES. Tha Quarter Deck a Little Too Cheap For Secretary Chandler. At tlio Army and Navy club tlio other evening ft group of officers were discussing tlio rocrnt difficul ties of cx-Senalor Chandler with Uenr Admiral Evnn.. One of tlio officers, now retired, mentioned in cident silly tlio fact that Sir. Chan dler upon taking up iho navy port folio was not B3 familiar with nau tical matters as migh bo desired. Soon after taking hold of his offi cial ditties tlio soeret'.ry had ocen sion to vifut what win at the timo one of the larger vessel of tho navy. Upon tho morning following his arrival the commanding officer, after a brief exchange of greetings, said : "Mr. Secretary, would you care to see the marines mustered on the quarter deck?" "irh !" replied tho head of the de partment, so the story goes. "It seems to mo that for the secretary of the navy at least a half dollar deck should bo provided." New York Times. Presented Hla Portrait. A pretty tal...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

... .'ev:7;::.e;:.:ii 'V-'.lvJ.V.W'' New York City The skirt with the circular flouuce makes a marked fca turo both of present and coming styles. Tho much graduated effect Is the very fill V SJ! . r. if , WOMAN'S TnBEE-riECE SKIBT. lutest that 1ms appeared unil bus the advantage of being graceful ami be coming a well as smart, as shown In the fashionable May Mantou model, while the fan pleat can be omitted ami the flounce made plain when preferred. The material which the original Is made of Is camel's hair In a rich golden brown, with the edges simply stitched, but nil materials used for gowns and odd skirts are ap propriate. The upper portion Is cut In three pieces and is fitted snugly about the hips, the fulness being laid in inverted pleats. The flounce is narrow at tho front, but widens suddenly to run well up at the back, making a specially de sirable model for wide fabrics. Tho fan pleat is a novel and fashionable feature, besides which, it adds to the flare and freedom about ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

THE PERSUASIVE WORD. Rev. Dr. Talmsge Says It Calls All People to Gladness. What We Most Mea The Sfnr ot Faith There It Pardon For All. tCopTTiht, lflnt.J Wamttnotow, D. C In this r!!emtrse Dr. TalmaKe calls all people to (tlnrlness and opens all the doors of exnec.nnry; textn, (icnrsis vi. 18, "Come;" KeTeln.ion jccii, 17, "Come. Imperial, tender and all npr.'iifisire in the word "come." ix hindrrd and SPY' nty-ei(rht times ia it found in the Ferin turea. It atanda at the front (rate of the Bible. a in mr firnl text, inviting ante dilnvians into roah's ark. and it stands at the other rate of the Bible, aa in m aei'ond text, invitinit the postdilnvinne of all Inter aiea into the nrk of a Saviour's mercy. "Come" ia only a word of four letters, but it ia the queen of words, and nearly the entire nation of English vo cabulary bows to its sreptre. It ia an ocean into which einntie ten thousand rivers of meaning. Other words drive, but this beckons. All moods of feeling hath thnt word "c...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 October 1901

See Mrs. Little 's new ad. Koad Hos totter 'a ad this week. Brick for Bale nt Morton's yard. Harry Huston has a new ad this week. Lojk for it. l'oorless Pills are guaranteed and cost but 10c per bottle. FreshKaisins.Currants.Prunos and Buckwheat at Robinson's. Koad Keisner's new ad on 5th page. There's money in it for you. Peerless Horse A Cattle Pow der could not be made better if it were sold for three times its reg ular price of l(c. It's a pound ackage. Call or write and prdor a New Idea Fountain Pen for one dollar at D. Malloy's. The pen is 14k gold with fino hard rubber hold er they are guaranteed. Iiev. Lewis Chambers occupied the pulpit of the M. E. church at this place la.st Sunday morning, owing to the illness of the pas tor, Kev. McCloskey. Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind.: "DeWitt's Little Early Risers never bend me doublo like other pills, but do their work thorough ly and make mo feel like a boy." Certain,thorough,gentle. Trout's drug store. Rev. J. R. Melroy, of Huston to...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 October 1901

Atom mm& VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG. PA.. October 31, 1901. NUMBER 7. est n mm Rev. George B. Shoemaker's Letter. Iowa Falls, Iowa, October 22, 1901. Editor News: 1 have just been eating someConcord grapes, and, by a very natural chain of reflection, I thought of myself as a boy under the old grapo ar bor by the woodshed in my fa ther's yard in old McConnells burg. I fancy that the grape I just ate, tasted much sweeter.be causo, by memory, I had a boy's nppetito. I wonder, will any thing taste as good to me as it did when I was a boy? The grapes I ate some moments ago, were not a product of Iowa, though we do raise them here. These were shipped here from Westtield, N. Y., and were of the Concord variety. For a seven pound basket, (basket included,) I paid twenty-two cents. This, with us, is a very moderate price for grapes. Mrs. Shoemaker and I took a ride yesterday afternoon. We went up along the bank of the Iowa River about two miles, and came around by Siloam Spring, home. This...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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