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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 November 1901

Kiwi ilostot tor's ad this week. Brick for Siilo.it Morton's yard. Tin? Now Idoa fountain Im3 are Kuaruntood to give satisfaction U bo had of P. M alloy. Kov. A. G. Wolf will preach the TlmuksrivioK sermon in the Lu theran church tit half past ten in the morniujr. No use to pay more tliau 10c a bottle f r Tills when you can get Peerless Pills for that much, and just as many. Cards aro out announcing the entertainment at John Burke's Thanksgiving eveniug. We won der if our friend J. J. Conrad knows who all were favored. Two S t ves for Sale. They are suitable for wood or coal. D. M ALLOY, McConnellsburg, Pa. If you want a washer and if you don't have one you do want ,ue see the "Ceo Whizz" sold by A. J. Schetrompf of Buck Valley. See ad in another column. Money to Loan. On first mortgage or judgment in lots of not less than X'2W. Call on M. II. Shaffnkh, McConnellsburg, Pa. The fellow that stole O. B. Dun lap's stay chains last week off his wagon standing up the pike will save himsel...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

mum VOLUME 3. "MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., December 5. 1901. NUMBER 12. SHOOTING ACCIDENT. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. DOES FARMING PAY? GONE TO THEIR REST. AFTER SCHOOL BOARDS. LOOK OUT FOR HIM. PERSONALS. William Connelly Shoots at Squirrel and Hits His Brother Charlie. A Delightful Family Gathering at the Old If Not, Is It- the Vault of the Farm, or Ihe Farmer? People Who Have llcen Called to the A Letter From This Count to the State Heavy Set Man, With a New Iluggy and Fine nay Horse. Something of the Movements of l'eoplo Yon Know. Homestead of Hon, J. T. Hichards. Other World During the Past Week. Snpcrlntcndcnt. Last Saturday William Connel ly agod about 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Connelly, of Tod township, was in the woods a short distance above the fields, and his brother Charlie, aged 14, was down a short distance inside the field. William saw a squirrel running along the top rails of the fence, and in a moment his gun was to his shoulder, and thinking of nothing than stopping the...

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. — 5 December 1901

THE DEADLY CRASH OF FERRYBOATS J Number of Lives Are Lost In San Francisco Bay. PASSENGERS RESCUED BY ROPES. A Terrific Crash Followed br a Scene of Wild Confusion Two Hundred Passengers a the Steamboat That Went Down, But H b Believed That the Lois ol Life Will Not Exceed Twenty. San Francisco. Cal., (Special') .The ferryboats Sausalito and San Rafael Col lided in a dense fog, and the San Ra fael sunk in bctwc.cn io and 15 minutes. It is thought that not more than 20 per sons were drowned, although the San Rafael carried between 150 and 200 pas sengers. The Sansulito was not serious ly injured, and after rescuing all the pas sengers on the San Rafael that she could she proceeded to San Francisco under her own steam. The boats belonged to the San "Francisco and North Pacific Railway. They plied between S.w Fran cisco and Sausalito, a suburb across the bay in Marin county. At Sausalito a train connects for Kos Valley and San Kafael, where many San Francico bus iness men make their su...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

HEROES AND ,W give unstinted praise to the wail Who ii brave, enough to die; But the man who atrumrles unflinchingly Agninst the currents of destiny And beara the storm of adversity, ,We pass unnoticed by. We've plaudits and tears (or him who falls. Borne down in the shock of strife; But a word of cheer we neglect to say To him who plnds on his dreary way And fights in silence from day to day The unseen battles of life. There's courage, I grant, required to face ' Grim death on the gory field. There'e also courage required to meet Life's garden and sorrow; to brave defeat; To strive with evil and not retreat; To suffer and not to yield. COOOOOOOOtXXJOOOO "V' OUIt hnlr needs comb ing before you go to I school." snld Mrs. Cns- ter, as Frank was start ing out of the door. "Oh, It's good enough," -was the re ply. "Who cures how a boy's hair looks?" "But you care yourself?" ( "I'm not particular, that I know of," and be was off the end of the porch before the mother could get In another ...

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

fULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. I huksday, Dec. 5, 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTISINU IIATIW. IVr Minurc of X Hnrs H times $1 M. 1 p- s'ii:!io t:uh sulioiiu!it ln.trtton.... H), A il udwrt i-rint'ins insortrd fur leas thun tiit t't? mouths oriii'Ked by the njviure. JA nins. ; fitnoi 1 yr. . .ti.ym.T-jMttT i jw.in ., Jtl.HI. I FvVOO. I 7-V0O. n.c-fi;iri h Vmi ir mvii for vh thnn ft. i'mfcNMotml Cards one your A. Loyal to Old Keystone. Through the influences of the IVrto liiciin commissioner of ed ucation, Martin Grove Brum baugh, A. M. I'll. D., the develop ment of the sunny isle has just received a notable impetus in An drew Carnegie's gift of lt,0OO for a public library. The library will be built iu the Plaza Colon at San Juan, nnd will contain 3,000 English and Spanish volumes. Definite plans will be formulated when Dr. Brumbaugh confers with Mr. Carnegie some time this mouth. Dr. Brumbaugh is not ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

fULTON COUiNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. VV. Phck, Editor. AkCONNELLSBURG. PA. I huksday, Dec. 5. 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTIHINO IIATKH. lVr Hnuurw of fltis 3 ttnips $t M. l't'r Mjimni e;ich iii-a'iiirnt. Insertion.... W. All liilviTil-ftnt'ins insrrteU fur less than thi i-f; mouih.H ot'in kteil ty the Rquiire- It mos. I rt nnw. I 1 yr. . . .:. in 40.110, so.m t HM-fo,irr h "nlitnin . On.'-h lit r.ilu :..).... !. O I I Ndi h'Ti' Uimti -, for Irss tlian II. i'rofi'sf-lonal Cards one yrur Loyal to Old Keystone. Through the influence of the Porto Uican commissioner of ed ucation, Martin Grove Brum baugh, A. M. I'll. D., the develop ment of tlio sunny isle lias just received a notable impetus in An drew Carnegie's gift of l(V,0OO for a public library. The library will be built iu the Plaza Colon at Sau Juan, and will contain 25,000 English and Spauish volumes. Definite plans will be formulated when Dr. Brumbaugh confers with Mr. Carnegie some t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. THE PARASITE. With long arms retching round th itilmrt tret The lnirouft vino In nutwunl Tcnhiro grrw, Yet Mppr.l Ms luntlhlrr ltMloocl till we knew By varinnt tmtitle ittim that ihortly he MoprlcKsIy doomed to linccrlnjf death would b, Were It not bettor, crafty vine, that you Should pert ah utterly than thu renew Your paltry Kfo from his vitality f I pray you, weakling friend, tlila fable read. Let loftier impulse in your heart have birth t Wrong not a nobler mul for your bane need, But ttrike your rootlcti downward while you cling. Then thou and he together both may bring New mutual strength from bounteous Mother Earth. Mary Hall Leonard In New England Mugailu. HE FORGOT IT. Condition Upon Which Field Agreed to Acquire a Bad Memory. "The Into Eugcno Field was noto riously improvident, his chronic 'hardupnoss being a sort of byword among his intimates," Bnid nn old friend of tho poet recently. "But he managed to get a good deal of fun himself out of tho paucity...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. THE PARASITE. With long trma reaching rmml tht ttalvtrt tnw l(he inwiilioiid vlnij In outwurtl verdure grew. Yet Mppcd hit lienlthkr llfihlood till we knew fly variant Huttle flffnn that shortly he Hopelessly douinod to llntferinK dath would be. Were it not belter, crafty vine, that you Should pcrlh utterly than thus renew Your paltry Hfo (mm his vitality f 1 pray yon, weakling friend, this fable read. Let loftier Impulse in your heart have birth; Wrong riot a noUi-r soul for your bane need, Uut strike your rootlets downward while you cling. Then thou and he together both may bring New mutual strength from bounteous Mothir Earth. Mary Hall Leonard In New England Magailne. HE FORGOT IT. Condition Upon Which Field Agreed to Acquire a Bad Memory. "The Into Eugene Field was noto riously improvident, his chronic 'hardupness being a sort of byword omong his intimates' said an old friend of the poet recently. "But ho managed to get a good deal of fun himself out of the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

Now York C!ty. Collarettes of every sort are demanded ly Cushion nnd muffs are apt to be a requisite, of com fort ns well as of style. These ex cellent models are cut In the latest style, and are well adapted to the re modeling of last season's furs, and to making from Persian Iamb rlolli and seal plush. As shown the material 43 COLLARETTE AND MUFF. Is Astrakau with a finish of fox tails. The collarette is shaped to give a cape effect at the !':"!;, with stole fronts tiiat can he cut higher or shorter as preferred. At the front edges arc stylish revers which can, however, be omitted when a plain tinisli is pre ferred. At the neck is a storm collar, fitted in sections, that rolls over at the upper edge. The muff Is round and drawn in to fit the hands by means of elastics in serted In the lining. To cut this collarette anil mult for a woman of medium size two and three-fourth yards of material twenty Inches wide or one and three-eighth yards fifty Inches wide will be re quired. Womnn'...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

.sis Recreation. "While it is true," the voice on the ve randa was heard saying, "as Phillips Brooks so finely expressed it in sub stance, that toleration is merely the re sult whereas tolerance is the spirit that causes it, yet it is also true, as Heine so happily observes " "l'icklowell," called out his mother. "I told yon to go out of doors and amuse yourself." "That is what I am doing, mamma," replied the little Boston boy. Chicago Tribune. Impertinent Untlon. "I maintain," she said, raising her voice, "that the old and oft-repcated as sertion that women talk more than men has no foundation whatever in fact I" "Then, why," asked the man in the case, "is our common language universal ly called 'mother tongue?'" Cure niooit Poiann. Cancer, Ttcera. Kciemat lite medicine dent I roe. If you hare offenaire pimples or eruptions, nloera on any part of Ibe body, aching bones jr Joint, falling hair, mncona patchna, swol len glanda, skin itchna and barns, sore lips or (rams, eating, foster...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 December 1901

1 1 tit-mi HosU:ttir"s ad this wek. (trifk for sioVat Morton's yard. The NV'w Ttloa founUin jx-ns are fliurnnt.vd to ivo satisfaction to 1.K! had of I. Malloy. Tim mijHininjj of Iho Wolls Val ley M. K. church has boon ost xml'1 indotiiiitoly. I Need ni ore. ! Mr. Enoch Hart continues (Uto ill; Mrs. S warts woldor and Mr. Wesley McKoo improve very ! slowly. j Mr. John McClollau and wife 1 of Friends Cove were visiting in this vicinity last week. Mr. Dontiia Mnrcrrot of nonr Uigp'st prize yet, is that givoii j !InmwV B(nf Smlnv - J o j with his brother-iu-law Mr. Thos. ! K. Palmer. Misses Jess (Joinder and Auna Cipher attended preaching at Oak ley Sunday afto.-uoou and evening. Miss Aunie May Everts spent with every can of Making I'owder at Charlie Mender's. See thorn. You will he stir-pri.od. E-y-i..-,.'e; Butter. inc; Cattle Hides, (U cash 7c trade; Corn, W'V barrel; 1 Iorse Hides, $1.."0 to r-'2.oo each at Harry E. Huston's. l'ou Sai.k. V cood liorse.buK- i Sunday with Mrs. T. P. G...

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. — 12 December 1901

ultmi Cornii; VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG. PA., December 12. 1901. NUMBER 13. Knnch II art Dead. Enoch Hart, oue of this coun ty's most highly respected citi zens, died at his home at Need more last Friday, December 0, 1901, aged 72 years, 2 months, and 4 days. About two months ago, he had a light attack of typhoid fever, which aggravated other compli cations that brought about his death. Funeral took place on Sunday, services conducted by Elders Calviu L. Funk and Thomas Pal mer. A large number of friends assembled at his residence at 9 o'clock when, after a short ser vice, the remains were taken to the Tonoloway Baptist church, where a sermon was preached, and the body laid to rest in the graveyard at that place. The deceased was a son of Will iam Hart who, with his brother Nathaniel, owned a large tract of laud lying adjacent to Need more. Another brother, Jacob, settled on the farm now owned by J. W. Truxel, near the Baptist church in Thompson township. The Fulton county Harts are ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 December 1901

mil IT BE AN ECONOMIC WAR "Russia and Austria-Hungary Threaten Germany. THE AMERICANS ARE FAR AHEAD. Vttj Will Not Negotiate Commerc al Treaties - Ibt Dull of tho Pending Tnrllt A Con sMcrablt Volume of American Products Wh cb Now Go to Russia Through German Traders Would Also Be Excluded. Berlin, (By Cable). The tariff bill Boes to the committee this week, anJ nobody expects its reappearance for months. Herren Bcbel and Richter and other opposition leaders have agreed to lclay the measure as long as possible in committee. They are determined to make a fight on every one of the 046 items. This well-worn form of parlia mentary obstruction is to be continued in the House after the bill leaves the com mittee, and it is quite possible that the final vote will not be readied until 1003. unless the government offers a compro mise, which is unlikely. The govern ment, being aware of the dilatory tactics ahead, is considering changing the rules of the house so as to block the obstruc tion ta...

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. — 12 December 1901

THE A thousand dreamt to earth have come and gone, 'A thousand forms, by fear or fancy drawn, Like shapes of night have faded from the dawn, A thousand creeds have held their away on earth, Unto a thousand myths have given birth, That now are food for wonder, acorn or mirth. A thousand gods have reigned their little day, And crumbled. They were fashioned out of clay, Like worn-out toys they now arc cast away. , A thousand castles of the humnn mind Are wrecks with which the coast of time arc lined. The rubbish of the ages left behind. A thousand systems of n thousand schools The theories of nature's hidden rules. Now seem to ug the dreams of idle fools. IX months of soldiering In the Phlllmilncs linil tnkon nil the G) ed;,'( oft" Tom Crowder's mili tary nrdor. In n year the sight of a khnkl uniform hurt his eyes end he began to realize that In nil the world no village -was go fair to look upon ns Sugar Crook, 111., the borne town where "Crowder & Hons" kept store, oud where the e...

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. — 12 December 1901

hULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 12, 1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTIS1SU HATES. Tor mmrc (if H lines 1 tlnip tl W. Per n jmtro I'lWh sut seijiiiMit Insertion.... M. All tuivcrtiscni'-nts iii-serti?d for less than tnn-u month ot'nr,:iMl by the aquure. II mos. 0 urn. I yr. r.m.(ri Mi.iwrr mi.ix). . . -JMO. 40 00. Ml.00. .. 4U.IU NVOO. ?5 00. ( III- ! "..I.-... Nut hue insert nil for loss than f I. i'r'iffsM.)Uiii llunls one yuurto. Maud's Mistake. Maml Muller on a summer's iluy Propped her ruke nrul run uway. Willi an nent for a patent churn, Win) liuil a million -yet to earn. The village sipn're maile the spliee: "dec!"' said Mainlie, "ain't it niee!" Hut the rliiirn faker soon iliil tire Of Maudie, whifh aroused her ire: And when she saw that she was "it," She gamely dropped the job and quit. The peddler had her savings spent, So bark to the hayfleld Maudie went, A sad jrrasswidow; and s...

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

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. THE FIREFLIES' -WEDDING By Catulle Mcndes One evening ns I was returning from the village fete I noticed in the light of a moonbeam a child flopping against a tree in the road way alongside of a miniature cathe dral in pluster. I have often won dered who buys these hideous pro ductions of ecclesiastical architec ture, with such square, ungraceful outlines, surmounted by a tall hteeple and illuminated with a can dle end placed on the altar. A sen sation of pity seized mo when I gazed upon the poor little merchant, who must have spent the entire evening trying to sell his church, and, finding no purchaser, had fall en asleep to dream, perhaps, of the beating which awaited him at home. ; Kaggcd, dusty and tanned, he was as picturesque as he was dirty. I awakened tho lad, gave him some money and, to avoid the semblance of almsgiving, I accepted the plaster cathedral. ' It bothered mo a good deal as I carried it off under my arm. I walked faster, being anxious to re l...

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. — 12 December 1901

THE PRESIDENT'S. MESSAGE, Recommendations 1o Congress Concern ing Needed Legislation. WORK OF DEPARTMENTS REVIEWED. President Roosevelt l"ays (ilomlug Tribute to the Lite Pre idem McKlnley federal Courts Should Be Given Jursilcllod Over Any Man Who kills or Attempts to Kill the President Peace and Prosperity Wage Worker nod Farmer Industr.al Develop ment and the Trusts Insular Possessions Civil Service Low Peace With All the Nations. Following is the first annual message, in part, of President Roosevelt to the Congress of the United States: To the Senate and House of Represen tatives : The Congress assembles this year un der a shadow of a groat calamity. On the sixth of September. President Me Kinlcy was shot by an anarchist while attending the Fan-American Exposi tion at Iltiffalo. and died in that city on the fourteenth of thai month. Of the last seven elected Presidents, lie is the eliird who has been murder ed, and the bare recital of this f.ict is sufficient to justify grave al...

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

ICoughedl " I had It most stubborn cough for many year. It deprived me of sleep and I grew vory thlru 1 then tried Aycr'a Cherrv Pectoral, and wa quickly cured." R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tnn. and such testimony as the fl oiifilit lie what I Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try It. There's cureineverydrop. Hires tlm t 25c, 50c, 51. All sriiMlsts. Oontnlt ronr doctor. If tit nys tak 11, thsii do H bs hti. If lis tells yoo not 10 tKa it, men nuu t nw "V... - "" J. (.'. sTEIl CO., Lowell, Mau. Keen, ns a Humorist. James R. Keen was asked the other day by a lady for a "point" on a certain stock that he is reported to be manipu lating; in his own peculiar way of a lighting change from the bear to the bull side. "There are times," he said, gallantly, "when one must keep his plans to him self. When I tell you to buy, you buy, and you'll make some money. And the same when I tell you to sell." "But I want to ...

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

U(uul linn tetter's ad this week. Jlrick for sale at Morton's yard. Mr. John M. Fore is seriously ill at his homo in Kuobsville. ! See the Uacket Store's new ad this wee':. New Goods, low prices. Don't he imposed ujwu by tak ing substitutes offered for Foley 's Honey and Tar. All dealers. We are indebted to Insurance Man M. 11. SlialTuer for a supply of blotters. A kidney or bladder trouble can always be cured by using Foley'8 Kidney Cure hi time. All dealers. The past month was the coldest November iu fourteen years. The I miu-property on i liompson town luoan temperature for the mouth j ship. Seo advertisement iu au- was thirty-eight degrees. j fther column. 1-oVy 's Honey and Tar positive- ! Health and llcuuty. ly cures all throat and luug dis-i A poor complexion is usually eases. Hefusu substitutes. All the result of a torpid liver or tr- dealers. Mrs. Anna Everts of Ayr town sliip was the recipient a few days i-.go of a nice chair presented by her brother David Bishop. Wantkd. ...

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

VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., December 19, 1901. NUMBER 14 $1 Wheat iMiiall Koon to Farmers Dollar wheat Is in the air. City operators are watching the quo tations and predicting an upward movement which shall land the price of the cereal among tho throe figures. Some farmers arc holding on to their crops and scanniug the financial reports. Meanwhile the price sticks below DO, all of which loads the "North. American," of Philadelphia, to philosophize as follows: But just what dollar -wheat means to the farmer is a ques tion of relative value. Because one broker buys a million bushels of "No. 2 red" from a brother broker at $1 it does not follow that the grower participates at any exuberant degree. Tho chances are that he sold his crop months before to the local factor, or even sold the crop growing in the field for anywhere from 70 to 80 cents. Suppose, however, that any farmer actually had his red barn full of choice grain at the moment the cereal reached the dollar mark and could...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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