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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 December 1901

I. BGHT MEN KILLED, ELEVEN INJURED Conductor's Blunder Results In a Terri ble Collision. WRECK ON THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL. .A Patieitfer and Freight Come Together With Orcut Farce, the Occupants ot the Saoklag Cir Being Pconed In by the Locomotives Only Three ot the Half Datea Escaped. Rockford, III., (Special). Failure on the part of a conductor to obey or terf is supposed to liave been the cause of a bead on collision on tbc Illinois Central, between Irene and Fcrryvillc. The two trains were the eastbound pas senger train and a through freight from Chicago going west. As a result eight people are dead or missing and 1 1 in jured. The trains met in a slight bend in the track, both running at full speed. The amoking, express and baggage cars were piled on the locomotive, penning in the occupants of the smoker. Only three of the half dozen in that car escaped. The ethers were penned in, and if not in stantly killed, were roasted to death and Ihcir bodies, with tho.Cy()f the engine crews...

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. — 19 December 1901

a Tifr . 'l'HE Imperial cruld to whom the wis men brought Their gifts, and worshipped in His lowly nest, Gave no gift back. It wai Himself they sought, And finding Him, were sated in their que3t. Their gifts, not expectation, but their joy expressed. Now was the world's long yearning satisfied 1 Now was the prist long waited for possessed 1 .Their gifts meant, love, unmarred by kist or pride. ', Be It so with ours: our aim, not debts tj pay, m Nor any recompense save love to. win.,. Nor any grosser feeling to convey Than brought the wise men's gifts to Bethlehem's inn. Those rate we best that no return afford "I 1 i ' t it. 'Save the pure sense of having found our Lord. Tf)6 ColonelTs Christmas Gitfv AB.TG&rcr- 1 "T" "T"4"7" iHCX the original .Toliu Feinbcrtou cnino 1o Mns Y Y Kachif.sctts to light Iu 0 i it n rt mid to enable 1:1. descendants to become Dnnifs nnil Daughters nml Souh of nil m:i uuor of things, It was in ii way Hint little be tokened such fut tiro filmy. It Is Ha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 December 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 19, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVF.HTISirCO KATKH. I'rr .inaro or J lftn 3 titnPM 1 M. 1 Vf .ijuiirt t;ih Mi -tM)ueit Insertion.... h. Ail tiUvortJ-stMiiffiti insert ! for Iohm than thr'i' month cchtkoO by the m;uure. 3 nii. (I nuts. I 1 yr. . . tto. 4i.io. foo. (ltU!-fl urth i Not m nu iirrttMi for less th:in f 1. iTt:'-'iua:il Cards onu yrtvr frV Take A Paper. A gentleman once said to a re porter: "I ubver took a paper that did not pay more than I paid for it. One time an old friend of mine started a paper away down south and sent it to me. I sub scribed just to encourage him and after awhile it published a notice that an administrator had an order to sell a lot and I told my friend to run it up to sjC0. He bid me oil for $o7aud I sold it in a mouth for sftOO, so I made lii3 clear by taking that paper. My father told mo that when he was a young man lie saw...

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. — 19 December 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. H OPPY'S VISIT 1 ftw -T0 T0WN 2 BT MAUD BUI ELDS. Mrs. Vincent had dismissed tha parlormaid by a gesture. "Con," she said to her son as the door closed on the flowing apron trings, "I've got a surprise for you." "Don't spring it on me all at once; this thundery weather always unhinges my nerves." "I've sent into the country for a ttifo for you." "Couldn't you find one in town?" looking up from his mayonnaise. "You can't tell what these town girls really are; they dress well, talk well, are all right to look at, but it's a mask, and I want you to be hnppv." "Who is this Phyllis from the country? Anything like the young lady whoso golden hair was hanging down her back ?" "Xonpenso, Con. She should be a denr, simple little soul." "They always are. I say, madre, whatever made you think of this comic opera stylo of thing?" "I was brought up in the country, as you know, Con, by simple, un worldly people. My foster sister Martha Perry married a small farm er and innkeep...

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

HER BOY. Wliere to the child that used to piny Around her while ("lie sewed ewnj Whoee baby rhymes she used to hear. Forgetting that the world was drear? Where is the child that used to placo His cheek against her pallid luce, Who used to sing, all unaware . Of troubles she was forced to bear Where is the child who made her glad,, Who was the only hone she had. For whom she toiled, for whom she prayed, For whom her fondest plans were laid! The child is gone! She sits alone He's claimed another as his own They've flown, but they'll return anon The mother's lips are white and drawn. Her poor, old toil-worn finders bleed; t-ho sits alone in dire need, And thinks ah, solemn thought and prim! "The girl's not good enough tor him. ' 3. E. Kiser, in Chicago Kccord-Henild. 'Ml NDY SllOWrcU.S does not ask for anybody's sympathy be j'&y cause ens of his ryes is gone J"- and lie wears a glass counter feit iu lis place. Indeed, the chief fuu of his llfo Is focused upon that glass eye. Every ...

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. — 19 December 1901

Tetterlnft In !?. "I enolon 50c. in itotni. Mail m on, or two boiM of Tettrln, whtTfr the prlc, i H'l U riRht doe, th wort." Wro. 8chwr, GalnwvtH,, Texan. oOe. a box b mail from J. T. Bhnptrln,. BaTannah, Ga., if your drug gist don't ep 'A first-eld telescope conts 1100,000 to build, and tSW.000 to house appropriately. A Chrlitman Philosopher l He three great (tiitu Health, Wealth and Happlnmal Then give him (inrfleld Tea, It brings Good Health, promotes Hanninesi and makes the pnrrnit of Wealth possible. A married man's love doesn't grow cold to long as his breakfasts are kept warm. Long Hair "About ver aco my hair wt coming out very fast, so I bought bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It stopped the falling and made my hair grow very rapidly, until now it is 45lnche8 In length." Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans. There's another hunger than that of the stomach. Hair hunger, for instance. Hungry hair needs food, needs hair vigor Ayer's. This is why we say that Ayer's Hair Vigor always res...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 December 1901

llcml llostetfer's nd this week. Uriclr for sale at Morton's yard. Don't bo imposed upon by tak ing substitutes offered for Foley's Honey and Tar. All dealers. Mr. J. A. Ham il, merchant at Knnbsville, is seriously ill at this writing, having had several strokes of paralysis. A kidney or bladder trouble cau always be cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure iutitr.e. All dealers. Mr. Wilson Borgstresser of Waterfall Mills is critically ill, with heart trouble and nervous prostration. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Uefuso substitutes. All dealers. Presbyterian Sabbath School of MeConnollsburg will hold their Christmas entertaiunienton Mou day evening the 2;id. Everybody cordially invited. The pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of this place will conclude next Sunday even ing a series of illustrated sermons ou Buuyau's Pilgrim's Progress. Save your strips f rom"Bedford Plug" Tobacco 40 of them taken from 10c cuts and 3c in postage will secui o y...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 December 1901

fmum VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., December 26, 1901. NUMBER 15. General News Notes. Ground has been broken at St. Louis for the Exposition of 1903. Clinton Houser, 102 years old, died at Trevorton, Pa., from over exertion. Another drop in the tempera ture in Florida seriously endang ers the orauge trees. William Redding and James Winton "were hanged on the same gallows at Birmingham, Ala. Dr. William Osier, of Baltimore has been summoned to Detroit, Mich., to attend Gen. II. A. Alger. Senator Hanna speaks hopeful ly of the probable result of the recent capital-labor conference in New York. Judge Advocate General Lemly has advised Secretary Long to approve the Schley court major ity verdict as it stands. Wilbur F. Wakemau has been removed as appraiser of mer chandise at New York and Geo. K. Whitehead is to succeed him. The Cumberland Express, on tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad, ran into the caboose of a freight train at Scott Haven, Pa., serious ly injuring three men. The objection...

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

A CATASTROPHE AT A FURNACE Fonrtceu 'Overwhelmed by . a Volcanic Explosion. NINE WERE CRUSHED TO DEATH. Tare Were So Badly Injured That They Cannot Recover and Two Were Dan feroasly Kurt An Explosion of Ons Oc curred While the Men Were on Top of ' the Furnace. Pittsburg, (Special). By an explo sion of gas in the Soho furnace of Junes ft Laughlin. in this city, ten nun were burned to death, three injured so badly that they are not expected to live and two others dangerously hurt. The men were at w ork at the top of a big blast, over uo feet from the ground. They were employed as fillers and were jnst getting ready to quit work when the gas, which accumulated in the fur nace, exploded and tons of molten metal, cinders and slag were thrown over them. AH the men mr.de a rush for the ele vator, but it had gone down and there was no escape. To jump meant death and to remain on the platform meant just as certain doom. Tons of molten metal and flames fell tipon them and burned ten men to de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 December 1901

FADS IN JEWELRY. Earrings Are Popnlar, anil a RtItb1 af I , Bracelets la Prophesied. I 'Among the new things to be found In jewelry thin season are gold pins, ulted to tbe low dressing of the hair In vogue at the present time. These pins recall the big bald headed ones, which were worn on either side of the big waterfall long Ago, and which are familiar to most people from engrav lngs at least. These new pins have heads of more modest size, and are connected by a slender chain. They nre to be Insert ed Into each side of the knot. To se cure them one of the pins Is tubular, while the other Is sharp, the latter penetrating the first as It goes through the hair. The heads are In plain gold, enamelled effects or set with small Jewels. Baroque pearls continue In favor, and are used In various ways, among which are flower shaped heads for hat and stickpins. These appear In dais ies, chrysanthemums, roses, edelweiss and the like, the Irregular form of the pearls being made an advantage in ...

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 December 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 26, 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. APVKHTISISiO RATH. 1 Vr squ;r. A line S I Imp tl M Vr Kiijuro r;n-h -Mjt.MNi'ient Insertion ... , Ail tKlvfrtUi'TiirtiT') IumtuhI tor lna than t'troi month oeikrKCil by the aiimtro. : inos. tlmos. 1 yr. t it;-fHirt h tiolMiim... One-huif column MO l.'illullill Nothing Irscrtcd fur Ins thiin fl. I'ru.'t-ssioiuil OkrtiM one year 6. Why Children Hang Stockings. The custom of hanging stock ings on Christmas eve, like that of preparing the Christmas tree, is derived from the Germans, who have a .fable that while the stockings of good children are filled with toys and sweetmeats by Khris Kiuglo a corruption of Christ Kiudlin, or Christ Child those of bad ones receive noth ing but a small rod or switch which is placed in them by anoth er personage, known asPelsuich ol, literally Nicholas in fur. It is a rare sight on a Christmas mornin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 December 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. THE BRIEF TIME. Brief time to ting, my dearie, brie! time to staff end elfrh; We only ny good morning end then food night gnnrihyl The eludow In the sunlight o'er ell the wide world glooms; A moan U in the music; the blight le In the - bloom. Brief time to love, mjr dearie. In springtime's roar beame; To drink the honey tweetncie, to dream the old, sweet dreamai The shadow In the eunlight morel to the breath of tlghs. And unwrn iplrlti ever kite down our dreaming area. Oh, dreams, like phantom flying where only shadows throsgl Oh, life too brief tor lighting, end life too brief for long! And the grprn world at our feet, dear, end over- hend the sky. And love thnt lave good morning only to weep gnodhyt Atlanta Constitution. DRESS THEIR OWN WOUNDS. 8om Bird That Possess Great Knowledge) of Surgery. Tliero are not a low birds that possess a knowlodgo of the prin ciples of Burgcry that is not far from supernatural. The woodcock, the partridge and some other birds nre...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 December 1901

J A REST The torrent rnsliv with frenxird might To rest on the quiet plain; The m-nlanche roars in its downward flight, Then century sleeps again. The esg-le that sweep with tireless wing O'er the dome of a brassy sky, At Inst must droop to the "pine's that cling To the crest of the mountain high. 3u )u yWiir iH 'I , vv T "" AXXOC5A, nn Indian liny of the tribe of the Cni'iir I d'Alcncs, was silting one ' evening with Aakloo, his lit tle tister. ut the cilp- of the forest on the shore of Coeur d'Alctio hike, and was tolling her a favorite story, when at one of her interruptions he laughed Jind leaned carelessly hack n:id looked straight Into the eyes of a cougar. "If I were drowning yon would swim out into a great lake. too. rik Crand f a titer Cray Beaver did, wouldn't .you':" the girl asked. She spoke indig oniiii.v. for that day she had heard tin old ;i;an say that hoys like Kanuoga, who went to seliool lit the reservation, instead of into the forest, eottld never be brave Indian...

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 December 1901

LESSON OrriiE NATIVITY Dr. Taltnagc fays On That Christmas Night God Honored ' Motherhood. , A Tribute 'to Science Most Famous Mhl In H itory. "Wasiit.notow, V. C. The discourse , of Dr. Tnlmnge in full of tho nativity and ftp- rropriatc for tho holidnyn; text, Luke li.' ft. And they came with hnste and found iMitry and Joseph and tho babe lying in a maiiRcr." 1 The black window shutters of a Bcccm tier night were thrown open, and some of the best lingers of a world where they all sing a too 'I tlieo and, putting back the drapery of a fioiid. thunted a peace an them until all the echoes of hill and val ley applauded and encored the halleluiah chorus. Come, let ua go into that Christ mas scene, as though we had never before .worshiped at the manger. Here is a Ma donna worth looking at. I wonder not that the mot. frequent name in all lands and in all Christian eountries is Mary. And there are Marys in pnlaces and Marys in cabins, and, though (Jerman and French and Jtnlinn and Spanish ...

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 December 1901

o iip,.(J Hosteller's ad this week. J' Brick for sttle at Morton's yard. '' Elmer Sudors loaves Thursday i of this week to return to lloyt- dulr. Mr. George II. Ilann of Saluvia spent n few hours in town lost Saturday. ; Mr. Robert Everts of Thomp son tow nship was iu town Mon thly morning. Don't he imposed upon by tak ing substitutes oned for Foley s Honey and Tar. All dealers. O. W. Mellott and Iialph May I of Sipes Mill were callers at this t' office ouo day last week. Miles llauu, of Texas, spent Tuesday of last week with his niece, Mrs. Win Fix near town. A kidney or bladder trouble can always be cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure intirr.e. All dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Sipe were at the county seat doing some holiday shopping last Sat urday. Ed Shinier of the Republican Ollice has been laid up with an attack of pneumonia for several days. Foley 's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Refuse substitutes. All dealers. Ex-Commissioner Albert Pies sin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 January 1902

mil VOLUME 3. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., January 2. 1902. NUMBER 16. " T,1 ill. 1 it.- tic sftk "Jauy yoiiiu xbiiua ueuu wiu cewiitatotn of the Christian people been Riughout the country to assem- provp'a'p1 tneir respective places of ' "worship and spend the first week of the New year in prayer. The five denominations represented in this place have usually united in holding these services, and no more pleasant and profitable ser vices are at any time during the year, held. For a week, Reform eds, -Lutherans, Methodists, Presbyterians, and United Pres byterians all sit together in one common christian brotherhood, and worship their one common God and Father. Every one is cordially invited to attend those services.' Start the New Year by renewing your allegiance to God, and asking for Services begin at 7 o'clock each evening. The following suggestions for thought and prayer at these meet ings have been made by the Evan gelical Alliance: Sunday, January 5th. Appro priate Services and Sermon...

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. — 2 January 1902

DREE MEN KILLED i BY AN EXPLOSION Accident at Old Furnace In Town of Snarpsvllle. WEIE BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITION Slack Felt Fourteen Miles Dlstaat A Passen ger Train Which Piurd About a Quarter I MM From the Scene ol the Explosion at the Time of the Accident Waa Swayed By the Force ol the Exploiloa. Sharpsville, Pa. (Special.) An explo sion at the old Sharpsville furnace wrecked the furnace plant and killed three men. Another workman was prob aLly fatally injured. The men were working at the top of the furnace when the explosion occurred, and Clay, Dickson and Bartlett were burned to death. Their bodies were recovered at 9 o'clock. Donnelly was injured by jumping. The cause of the explosion is not known. No estimate has been made as yet of the loss. Scranton, Pa. (Special.) An explo sion in the barrel mill of the Moosic Powder Company at its Jermyn works wrecked the mill and several adjoining buildings and broke windows for miles around. The shock was plainly felt in this city, a di...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 January 1902

V A - & ! , tm 'J .1 w r i . 1 1 PA. THE EICHT HOUR A DAY PLAN. An Advocate of the Reform Makes enga'as tlone to Housewives. While the eight-hour plan for domed tic service tins fallen far short of suc cess In the quarters where Its trial has been given most publicity, Its Imprac ticability tins not yet been so far proved that advocates for the reform have ceased to recommend It. In the first of a series of articles on the sub ject, by Mrs. Ellen H. Richards, In the American Kitchen Magazine, the au thor says that as soon as household work becomes of the Intermediate grade between groveling labor and creative work the eight-hour day In service will come In. Then each work er will know what he or she hag to do, and will go about It Intelligently, and come to It fresh every morning, be cause It has not lain like a nightmare on the breast every night. In a comparison between the trades and domestic work, Mrs. Richards ar gues that because tbeelgbt-hour trades worker chooses his wor...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 January 1902

FULTON COUNTY kS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Feck, Editor. MtCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday,' Jan. 2. 1902. Published Weekly, 1.00 per Annum in Advance. "V ADVKRTISIHO RATES. Per pimro o! H line ;t time $1 fiO. 3 'tr hiitmr.'.cuph HtitiNCiiuent Insertion..., NO. All lUtverlLsemont Inserted for less than three mnnihs criirKcd by tue Miuitre. 3 uion. tlmoH. I yr. (cie-fo-irtti column... One-reilt column I 'lie 0llllWl, ...l 2A.WI. , 40.00. 40.(10. NSOO. WOO. 7IV0O. Nothlrr tnierted for lens than $1. I'rotesHlou;! Cards one year o. Higglnson on Marriage. From l'ntvie Opinion. Thomas Weutworth Uigginson writes an article on that most pleasing of subjects for thought ful man, marriage, and with mal ice aforethought, has it printed in "Success." He claims that it is "one of the best means of se curing happiness in married life that young people should not only love each other warmly, but should begin poor, if possible, and thus have the discipline of mutual sacrifices, and the pleas ure ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 January 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. r THE WATCH HABIT. It Brings About Rather Peculiar Mental Condition. "The lmbit of looking at oire'i watch is a curious habit and has given riao to a rather curious men tal condition," said a man who is connected with a local jewelry store. "There is a deal of timo upent in yielding to this habit, nd the idea that men forget they have watches is altogether out of the question. Thy are frequently un conscious of tho fact, and yet while in this condition they enjoy all the benefits of the timepiece. "Of course a man can carry a watch until ho ceases to think about it, even when he wants to know the time, and this is just exactly the point of this talo. A man ceases to think about his watch just as ho censes to think of the buttons on his coat, the shoes ho wears or the cune he mav carry or any other arti cle of this kind which no may con stantly have with him. They be come liia companions, they are with him all the time and simply grow into his nature, becoming a p...

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