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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 October 1901

ARE BURNING SAMAR TOWNS. Recent Demonstrations on tbe Island Due to Lack ol Food, INSURGENT LEADER SURRENDERS. The Government Only Doles Out Rice Enoufh for Ob Meel Negotiation In Profrest tor the Surrender of Maxltet Thirty-live Intarieots Killed In a Fight With Con stabnlary Near PastL Manila (By Cable). The constabu lary report a fight with insurgents near Passi, Province of Iloilo, Island of Pa tiay, in which 25 insurgents were killed and three captured, together with a quantity of arms and ammunition. The new from General Hughe re garding conditions in the Island of Cebu is encouraging. Lorcga has surrender ed with his entire force and one cannon end several rifles, while General Hughes if negotiating for the surrender of Maxi lot, who styles himself "Governor Po litico Militar." His surrender will snean the pacification of the province. Lack of food and the harassing ef fects of the aggressive tactics now pur sued by the American forces are having their influence upon the nati...

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. — 31 October 1901

OUTWARDI Outward broad airs, the aea't unshadowed weep And larger voice on shore of lovelier lands, Starred heavens oC Tniter light and night with sleep Tender as women's hands. Outward the grave processional of hours, Ench a discovered joy, a solved surmise; Days dark in bud, tlint, ripening, fall like llowers Gardened in Paradise, Outward! 0 throes resolved in mightier song! Splendor of nameless deeds, essential Merged in the large acceptance, in tho wonts, lotlff IV.se of the cosmic chords. STUB WOMAN OF SAN NICOLAS ISLAND. M & i f A Strange Story ol the Pacific Coast. HE Htory of the Indtnn woman left nloue on the Island of I 8au Nicolas for nenrly twen "fc ty yenvn has been written by a number of romancers who gave but little heed to fnet nnd free rein to Im agination. From occurrences that hove passed Into history nntl are known to bo authentic, this tnlo Is drawn. The aborigines of Snu Nicolas Island were supposed to be of Aztec or Tol tec origin, a peaceable people like ...

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. — 31 October 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. V. Feck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 31, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIKTISIHO RATM. Vr nqxiare of lino ft times II M. Ier stiu;re onph subsequent Insertion.... S). All nilvertiNpmentn inserted (or less than three months ccarifetl by the squure. 8 njoB. rt mos. J yr-. woo. 75.00. t tTie-rnurtli column.... One.-htiJf column One. Column ...I6.I0. I tMM. iSMm. 40.00. Ni.OO. , 40.00. Nathintr Inserted Tor lew than tl. lrufeHlunal Curds one year ift. Licking Creek. Lawson Mellott, who had been visiting frieuds here has return ed to Pittsburg. Miss 'Ada Hann's birthday party last week was well attend ed. B. N. Palmer and Levi Morton spent Sunday in Licking Creek township. Nathan Deshong has been very ill. Miss Irene Hockensmith is spending a few .days this week with Miss Maggie Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sipe and daughter Linna of Huntingdon county are visiting Mrs. Mary Lake,and other friends this ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 October 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. MODERNENG.LAND. Confronting the England of todnj villi Ui! mi,';Ihik1 of forty years' ngo E. L. fioilkin says in tho New York. Evening l'ost: "The poor mnn in England who hnd ever left his home then was somewhat of a prodigy; now nearly half of his uub ftonco goes in excursion fares. A dissenting minister need to bo an ohjeet of nlihorrenco and contempt; now ho is quoted in parliament by politicians. A lord used to bo an object of dread and reverence; now ho is hardly better than a foreign count. In the Englund that I re member third class passengers on tho then newly built railroads stood in boxes liko cattle; now they sit on cushioned seats, the third class cars being so like the first class that the gentry have largely taken to using them. The loveliest parts of the country at this summer season are thronged with excursionists, and it is fair to say that there are no lon ger secluded spots in England." Duse's Peculiarities. Eloanora Duso, tho famous Ital ian a...

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. — 31 October 1901

AND Pr". New York City. Norfolk Jnekets are Inherently smart and Jnuuty ami are ,ln tbe height of present styles. Cor duroy, velveteen, cheviot, cloth and NORFOLK JACKET. all similar materials are so made and are Ideal for walking, shopping, busi ness, golf and all out door occupations. The original, from which the drawing was made. Is of black camel's hair cheviot, with smoked pearl buttons, and makes part of a costume, but the design Is suited to separate wraps also. The back Is snug fitting and includes a centre seam that is curved to the figure; the fronts are fitted by darts which are concenled under the applied pleats. The pleats are graduated in width, so producing a tapering effect at the waist and arc applied over the jacket. The belt, which Is merely an 'A. MODISH FANCY WAIST ornamental feature, passes under those at the back and terminates In pointed ends over those at the front and can be omitted when tuo Jacket is preferred plulu. The yoke Is pointed and the neck is fin...

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. — 31 October 1901

New York City. Norfolk jacket nre Inherently smart and Jaunty and are In the height of present styles. Cor duroy, velveteen, cheviot, cloth and mm NORFOLK JACKET, all similar mnterlnls are 80 made and are Ideal for walking, shopping, busi ness, golf and all out door occupations. The original, from which the drawing was made. Is of black camel's hair cheviot, with smoked pearl buttons, and makes part of a costume, but the design U suited to separate wraps also. The back is snug fitting and Includes a centre seam that Is curved to the figure; the fronts are fitted by dnrts which are concealed under the applied pleats. The pleats are graduated In width, so producing a tapering effect at the waist and are applied over the Jacket. The belt, which Is merely an A MODISH FANCY WAIST ornamental feature, passes under those at the back and terminates In pointed ends over those at the front and can bo omitted when the Jacket is preferred plulu. The yoke la pointed and the neck is finished with ...

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. — 31 October 1901

Why H. hrnewrd tils Youth. "Why, Brother Dickey, I hardly knew you, you're looking go young and spryl What's up now?" "Well, uh, I's atudyin' 'bout gittin' married crgin dat's all." "Getting married?" "Yes, suh, I mad de 'qtiaintance cr a young gal t'er day, en she 'lowed dat ef I'd shave off my gray whiskers, en' chop off de hair what on my head, en' stop limpin' wid de rheumatism, en' wear cloze what come out de sto', en' smoke se-gars, 'stidder pipe, en' stop prcachin' 'gin dancin', en' secure my life in her favor fer one hundred dollars, she'd marry me. Dat's how come I look so young!" I'nnl'l for Anonjmiini Loiter Wrltrrs. Don't fail to tell the editor you are going to quit taking his paper. Don't neglect to say you "know whereof you speak." Don't forget to declare that you ex pect he "will be too cowardly to print this." Don't waste time trying to disguise your handwriting. Nobody will bother over it. Don't let your conscience trouble you afterward. You have neither put gray h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 October 1901

Why He ken wed Rli Yiiuth. "Why, Brother Dickey, I hardly knew you, you'r looking 10 young and spryl What's up now?" "Well, suh, I'j tudyin' 'bout gittin' married ergin dat's all." "Getting married?" "Yes, suh, I made de 'qiiaintance er a young gal t'er day, en' she 'lowed dat ef I'd shave off my gray whiskers, en' chop off de hair what on my head, en' stop limpin' wid de rheumatism, en' wear cloze what come out de sto', en' smoke sc-gars, 'stiddcr pipe, en' stop preachin' 'gin dancin', en' secure my life in her favor fer one hundred dollars, she'd marry me. Dat's how come I look so young!" Dont's for Anonymnti Letter Wrltrra. Don't fail to tell the editor you are going to quit taking his paper. Don't neglect to say you "know whereof you speak." Don't forget to declare that you ex pect he "will be too cowardly to print this." Don't waste time trying to disguise your handwriting. Nobody will bother over it. Don't let your conscience trouble you afterward. You have neither put gray ha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 October 1901

Read Hostetter's ad this week. Brick for salo at Morton's yard. Peerless Fills are guaranteed and cost but 10c per bottle. Mrs. Mary Drotherton Is vis iting Mrs. E. C. Trout FreshKaisins.Currants.Prunos and Buckwheat at Robinson's. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lay ton of Whips Cove spent Tuesday night at McConnellsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mellott, of Bethel township were at Mc Connellsburg Wednesday. Merchant Joe W. Lake, of Pleasant Ridge, called at the News office while in town Wed nesday. The new school house at War fordsburg is quite an improve ment over the old one and a cred it to the place. Henry Comerer had a tussle with Grip a few days during the cast week. We are clad to see him out again. Peerless Horse & Cattle Pow der could not be made better if it were sold for three times its reg ular price of 10c. It's a pound package. Factory Inspector W. S. Mul len, of Hyndman, and Druggist W. A. Alexander, of Everett, spent Tuesday night in McCon nellsburg. Fok Sale A good bay mare, Wo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 November 1901

Worn VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG. PA., November 7. 1901. NUMBER 8. FROM THE PACIFIC COAST. An Intel-eating Lib Letter From Miss Hess. While not written for publica tion, we take thb liberty of giving our readers, many of whom are personal friends of Miss Hess, her very interesting description of her surroundings in Califor nia. Editoh. San Diego, Cal., October 28, 1901. "In looking at the wrapper on my paper I find my subscription is overdue, I enclose check, as I would not like to do without it. Although nearly a week old when they arrive, I fairly devour the home papers I say home, for so it will always be to me. It hard ly seems possible I have been away a year, but I left there Oc tober 24, 1900. "I think it was the greatest de sire of my life to go to California, but now I am quite satisfied, and willing to 'move on.' While there are many advantages, there are about as many disadvantages. "It has been said that Califor nia is a fairyland of agreeable surprises, and this is true of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 November 1901

IRTISH FORCES LOSE HEAVILY TTfty-roiir Men Killed and One Hundred ' and Sixty Wounded. -ATTACK MADE DURINO HEAVY MIST. Jk Terrific Engagement Near Bethel In Which 'Cat. Benson, Commanding the British Force, Is Mortally Wounded Other Prominent Officers Among Thos; Who Fe I Boers Re ported to Have Been a Thousand Strong. London (By Cable). The Rustcnburg aroltunn, under Col. G. Benson, has met with a serious reverse in the south-eastern part of the Transvaal, in the area of Commandant General Botha's operations. Colonel Benson and eight other offi cers were killed and 13 officers were wounded, besides 58 non-commissioned officers and men killed and 156 wounded. The war office issued two dispatches from General Kitchener, dated I'retoria, iS'ivember I, the first of which states that a severe attack was made on the xear guard of Benson's column about 20 miles northeast of Bethel, near Brakcn laagte, during a thick mist. The strength of the enemy is reported to have been Tooa They rushed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 November 1901

THE SONG 0n matt tiaf of ill tunsnint; One must ami of the rain; One must sing us the songs of jof, And on ling woe'i refrain; Yet in the end all the songs will blend In one harmonious strain. One mint sing of the future, With hope and fearings rife; Ore must sing of the misty past Its dreaming and its atrife Jet they will meot in a chord full swcil Tht marvelous sang of life. THE MAROONING OF Q By R. E. ISS JOAN 11 YH was hav ing the Inst hat pin run through the floppiest of hats by her maid, so that, quite plainly, she was going out to brave the sun. She rose as graceful as a panther, nd full of spirits, and went out swiftly and silently Into the park, taking; core to evade any other of the Wattle House guests who might be about. The kennels were In quite the op posite direction, but then Miss Rye had a passion for the waterside, par ticularly this morning, when the sun was so riotously hot, and the mere ound of the swish In the reeds would be cooling. Also, nobody ever went down ...

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. — 7 November 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, nov. 7, 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTLHINU HATCH. uf llm 3 t'mrs i .it'll siity-'. i.u'Ht IhMMiioti.... ; lo -ix'tit s tiiM-rUMl for less s v'.i ;it!i.t it On siiiiaro. Vvr n AH iKt V'vt i ! tni ji 1 W). thuu :i in 1 yr. .11 -K mo yiMi 45. ATTENDANCE AND TRUANCY. The Late Act in Reference to Attend ance in Public Schools. (OontluutMl from llrsl piKe.) two dollars on first conviction, and a tine not exceeding five dol lars for each subsequent convic tion; and in default of payment of said fine, the defendant may be committed to the county prison for a period not exceeding two days for the first coaviction, and for a period not exceeding five days for each subsequent convic tion: Provided, Upon conviction, the defendant or dereudauts may appeal to the court of quarter se.ssious of the peace of the prop er county, withiu live days, upon entering iuto recognizance...

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

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. CONDENSED STORIES. How Mm. Eamea Rebuked Two Rlohj English Ladiea. Many think that musical artists should present their services for concerts given for charitable ob jects. Mtno. Enmes is also of this opin ion, but she recently in London put the matter in a new light to those who invited her to appear gratui tously. Mmc. Enmes was one afternoon nt Lord Charles Beresford's, and the next day received a letter from Lady Eeresford saying that two Indies present had wanted to ask her a favor, but in hor presence had lost courage. "Rut I am not efraid of you," wrote Lady Bcrcsford, and proceed ed to say that the ladies in question, who happened to bo extremely wealthy, wished her to sing for nothing for a certain charity. Mme. Eames immediately sat down and wrote a reply. It was her dutj', she said, to. pave herself aa much an posaiblo for her operatic performances at Covent Garden, which were stipulated by contract to bo two days apart so that she might give her fresh...

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. — 7 November 1901

New York City. The blouse, or bod ice, that closes tit the back appears to grow In favor week by week. This tngtcful and stylish May Manton FANCY BLOUSE. model is eminently simple at tlie same time that It makes nil admirable effort. The original is made of white loau de soie banded with Mark velvet ribbon, the yoke being of eream lace over white and the unilor-sleeves white liberty silk: but all delicate colore are la vogue for afternoon and evening wear, and all soft finished silks and wool materials are appropriate. As shown the blouse matches the skirt, but the design suits the separate waist, worn with odd skirts, and the entire costume equally well. The simple liniug Is smoothly fitted and closes with the waist at the centre back. Ou It are arranged the prettily curved yoke, the full front aud barks and the becoming bertha. The sleeves are novel and attractive. The upper portions are shaped in curves nud points, to harmonize with the yoke and bertha, and the soft full under sl...

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. — 7 November 1901

GOOD OR EVIL RETURNS Dr. Tallage Says Actions May Make lU Circuit of Many Years. fiat They Will Surely Como Back to Us lo Bless or Bins! Our Live iCopyi-VM, mil.) ' Wasiusoton, D. C.-In thin diseounm JJr. ialmnge show that thfi goorl or evil we do returns to blrs or blast in; text, Isaiah xi, i2, "It ii Jin that aittoth upon the circle of the earth." While yet people thought that the world va flat mid thonsandu of years be fore they found out that it was round Iuinh, in my text, intimated the eh.ipe 01 it Got titling; upon rhe circle of the earth. The moHt beautiful fipure in nil geometry is the circle. God made the uni verse on a plan of the circle. There are in the natural world straight lined, angles, parallelogram, diagonals, quadrangles, but these evidently are not tjod'a favorites. Almost everywhere where you find Him gcometrizing you find the circle dominant, and if not the circle then the curve, which is a circle that died young. If it had lived long enough it would have bee...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 November 1901

i'... t I ; .us letter's ad this week. ! trie'. :ov sale at Morton's yard. iVurl.'sa Tills are guaranteed iind ci-: nut K'c por hottlo. J 'ri'j. J :,iisius,Curriiiits,Prunos ami i . -Uwlieat at Uobiusou's. ,..; . I Tor so & CattloPow dor covi i n be mado better if it wore s i i ' 11 three times its rog ular p i i- f K'c. It's a pound packiig . Mrs. ,,fi 3 Morrow of Alle gheny is iii a somewhat critical omiditi i', the result of an attack of chrfli.it: pneumonia. Her sis tprs, Mrs. Koziah Johnston and Mr. A. V. Johnston of the Cove ;u 3 wit'-i her. On V" ;;.s(lay, while Frauk Vletcht. ' - r.i of Shannon Fletch er, was out huuting, his gun was accidentally discharged, the contents strikiug him in the head aiid inflicting a serious but not fatal wound. Bedford Gazette. Peerless Horse and Cattle Pow der is guaranteed to contain the very purest and best drugs ob tainable.aud mixed in exactly the right proportions in order to se cure the best results. The price remains 10c for a full ...

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. — 14 November 1901

mwn VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG. PA., November 14, 1901. NUMBER 9. J Mrs. Maggie Kendall Morrow. The death of Mrs. Morrow oj curred in Allegheny, Pa., on Tuesday evening, November 12, at 6.510 o'clock. Although her health had never been very good, the immediate cause of her death was chronic pneumonia. Her physical condition, too, was very seriously affected by an accideut several monhs ago, when a large and heavy book-case toppled over ou her with serious result. She was born' in Ayr township, this county, in 1350, and Wis the youngest of ten children born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kendall doe'd. In September, 1872, she was mar ried to Mr. Thomas Morrow, of Allegheny where bhe has since made her home. ' A strange cir cumstance in connection with this union is, that Mr. Morrow, mo, died last March from the re sult of an accideut he having hoen thrown from his carriage, with indirectly fatal result. Mrs. Morrow is very pleas antly remembered here in the homo of her childhood, and, in the cit...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 November 1901

1 USED THE SHERIFF AS A SHIELD Iscaped Convicts in Kansas Capture Their Pnrsuer. POSSE WERE FINALLY ELUDED, jkn felied by Men Trylaf to Gain Liberty Fartaer Wooster Wounded Fruitless Effort ! tc gala Custody o! Two Prisoners Who Had Been Conlined at Fort Leavenworth Mrs. Wooster Fainted During Excitement Topcka, Kan., (Special). Sheriff Cook and Deputy Sheriff Williams. Of Shawnee county, were captured at Pau line, five miles from Topcka. by two es caped convicts from the Fort Lcavcn worth Military Prison and held prison ers for several hours in the farmhouse jf a man named Wooster. The convicts escaped through a line of police sent from Topcka to reinforce the Sheriff. Both were slightly wounded. Wooster was badly wounded by one of the convicts when' he tried to fire on them. Mrs. Wooster and Sheriff Cook were held before the convicts as a shield to make their escape. At 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon several farm boys living near Pauline learned that the convicts were in the neighb...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 November 1901

The Sry of an Unpretentious VJari. By CyJWarraan. A young Englishman stood In tho New World, alone, utterly unknown, watching a freight train moving out of a new town, over a new track. A pinch-bar, left carelessly by a section jang, was picked up by the pilot of the locomotive. It was caught In the cylinder-cock rigging, with the result that It wrecked It. Muttering softly the driver climbed down and began the difficult task of disconnecting the disabled machinery. He was not a machinist. Not all on line drivers can put a locomotive to gether; In fact, the best runners are just runners. The Englishman stood by, and when be saw the man fumble his wrenches offered a hand. The driver, with some hesitation, gave him the tools. In a few minutes the crip pled rlggiug was taken down, nuts were Teplaccd, and tho discarded metal was tossed by the fire in un on the rear of the tank. "Are you a machinist?" asked the driver. "Yes, sir," said the Englishman, who towered at least a foot above th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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