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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 January 1902

J V 1 HEART Woo. I you (time me nod, my brother. As you journey along Jite's road? It would waken anew uiy courage And lighten my weary loud. Won't you Rive me a mile, my brother? Juat the gleam of a kindly eye? It would mike me forget mv weakness And brighten my leaden sky. t f 1 T'S a lonj tramp. Jack." I "Yes), but the trust's hard aud I can do It easily." "You've done most a good flay's work besides." "Never mind that." Jack gave a proud little jerk of his bead as he looked up from the gun be was care fully cleauing. "I'm most as big as a man and full as strong." "You don't expect to do much hunt ing by the way, do you!" "Only to keep a lookout." The short winter day was closing lu as Jack set out on his Ions walk a walk under conditions not often ex perienced in these days, but not un usual twenty-five years ago in North ern Wisconsin. Forest In almost unbroken stretches for miles on miles. A heavy snowfall had rejoiced the hearts of the lumber men lu the camps scattered at far...

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. — 2 January 1902

THE FOLLY OF BOASTING Dr. Talmace Says History Is Tull of Instances Showlnf Kow Arrogance Was Rebuked. ty Had Better Underrate Than Overrala Ourselves. i Washinotoh. D. C While thie die-; course of Br. Talmage rebukes arrogance it encourages humanity and shows how the evening of life may be brightened. The text ia I Kings xx, 11, "Let not him that girdeth on hia harness boast himself as he that putteth it off." llarness ia the obsolete word for armor. It meana harneaa for the man, not harness for the beaat; harness for battle, not har ness for the plow. The ancient armor consisted of helmet for the head, breast plate and ahiald for the heart, greaves for the feet. The text makes a comparison between a man enlisting for some war and a veteran returning, the one putting on the armor and tbe other putting it off. Benhadad, the King of Syria, thought he could easily overcome the King of Is rael. Indeed, the Syrian was ao sure of the victory that he spread an ante-bellum banquet. With th...

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. — 2 January 1902

Happy Now Year! Don't write it 1901. Uoad Uostettor's ad , this week. Hrick for sale at Morton's yard. Prink Ileckermau's Star Pack ago CoiToe if you desire the best. The la s from "Honest Johu" Plug Tobacco tags are valuable savo them. V2 tags from "Honest John" Plug Tobacco will secure you a 10c cut free, from your merchant. Mr. and Mrs. 11 U. Nace en tertained very delightfully a number of their frieuds New Years' eve. Fatal kidney and bladder troub les can always be prevented by the use of Foley's Kidney Cure. All dealers. Austin Lynch is lying very ill with pneumonia at the home of his mother, Mrs. Amauda Lynch, in Belfast township. "3 tags from "Honest Johu" Plug Tobacco will secure you a stag-handle knife worth 75c: send three cents along for postage to II. C lleckerman, Bedford, Pa. Fok Sale 12-horsepower en gine and sawmill both in good re pair. Bargain to quick buyer. W. II. Peck, Gem, Pa. Samuel D. Mellott, of Bethel township, announces himself in the Fulton Democrat this...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

VOLUME 3. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., January 9, 1902. NUMBER 17. The Last One Has Fallen. The death of Wilson Bergstres sor, who was born in Center county, Pa., December 1, 1820, and died at Waterfall Mills, this county, December 81, 1901, is tho last member of the old Lewis Bergstresser family. . April, 1845, he, with his father, Lewis Bergstresser, Sr., and family, moved from near Shir leysburg, Huntingdon county, to Waterfall then almost a wilder ness on a farm along Sideling Hill creek, having on it a story-aifd-a-half log house and log bam both of which are standing yet. Tho house roof consists of white piue shaved shingles put on over sixty years ago. His father, being a'feood mill wright, had discovered on this farm before he bought it," a fine water, power, and he intended puiug up a grist mill, but dying within a month after moving, his plans were frustrated. During the years 1847-8, Wil son Bergstresser spent an ap prenticeship with his uncle, Dan iel Snyder, at Bradys Bend, Cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

ml" LI CARNEGIE'S SPLENDID GIFT Formal Incorporation ol the Institution In Washington. HO CONORESS ONAL INTERFERENCE. Mr. Carnegie Will Not Give Ih Tea Mil Boat to ihi OoTernmeot, as Was Originally latended, But to a Corporation Selected ky Himself, Which Met and Adopted Aril dca ml Incorporation. Washington, D. C, (Special). Tlic first step toward accepting Mr. Andrew Carnegie's offer of $10,000,000 to the United States Government as an endow tnent fund for the promotion of higher education was taken here, when articles were filed with the Recorder of Deeds of the District of Columbia for the' Car negie Institution. The incorporators are : John May. Secretary of State. Edward D. White, Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Daniel Coit Oilman, late President of the Johns Hopkins University. Charles IX vValcott, superintendent of the Geological Survey. John S. Billings, cx-Surgeon-Gcneral of the Navy. Carroll D. Wright, Commissioner of Labor. The articles fix the name and title...

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. — 9 January 1902

FARM AND GARDEN. ' To (nn Kgg-Kitting Han. Tber6 is nothing more provoking and more unprofitable tbnt a flock of hem which have acquired the linblt of eating their eggs. This Is a hnblt more easily prevented than' cured. Give the heus plenty of exercise, with a vnrlety of food. Gather the eggs frequently, provide sufficient resting places and keep one or more porce lain eggs upon the floor of tne house. Dark nests are advisable, and a meat diet is excellent. To cure the habit provide dark nests nd odd meat to the food. Re move the end from several eggs and pour out the contents. Make a mix ture of flour, ground mustnrd and red pepper, adding a little water to hold the materials together. Fill the shells and place upon the floor of the hen house. The hens will make a wild scramble for these prepared eggs, will gobble down some of the contents, und will soon be gusplug with open beaks. Follow up ihlH treatment until the hens refuse to touch an egg. It seems, and perhaps is somewhat se...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. li. W. Feck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jan. 9, 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. MiVKKTISlNU KATKS. Per Hqimi-f of line. 3 time .1 SO. . BO. rs!(iinrr i-.h'M Mibsetcient lunerllon . All udverti'.enientH Inserted tor less tbuo tltrei; mouths eeiv'Ked by ihe fuiuurc. 11 mo. I ttmos. j 1 yr. KM.w! One-rourth foiiimu. Oue-Kilr i'..Im:i.;,.... O:i0 C.nlilrii'l js.im. 40.(1. 1 Nl.llO. IU. m. I MOO. 7IV00. .Vot 'm ' inri i ed Tor less thun II. I'roir..v,;oQul Curds olJO year Want a New County. The now county scheme that came nearly wiuuing four years ago is to be revived aud an effort liiadj to split up the counties of Westmoreland, Fayette and Washington. The peoplo living in the new manufacturing district, embracing Monesson, Donora and Charlcroi, want a new county. The heaviest loss would fall on Westmoreland, for in the case of a new county it would lose Monesson and a half dozen populous districts along the ri...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. "". GOOD NIGHT. loot tlltto. ! The tiny ptars pp ojt on Mgti The lilvrry moon, thff dark blut akyi The tcpltyrt whisper; the owls ctjr. Good nlffct Good night. 'flu busy mart! of trade ar still) The water murmura o'er the mill, While aoftljr tin ft they whlppoorwlll. Oood eight. Hood night. The children scamper off to bed. And "Now I lay nit down" la aaid) The candle snuffed, the Bible read, Oood nlf ht. Oeod night. The church belli toll, the weet winds sigh. The hearth Urea Bicker and then die, While prayer la railed to God on high. Oood night. Rood night. 80 when the night of death la nigh And heaven'i gatrt before ua He We'll gently whisper aa we die, Oood night, 1 -Uordon V. May In Leeltt'a Weekly. TASTING OF LIQUORS. A Good Deal of Humbug In the Expert Palate Claim. Stories about the dolicate "taste" of those who claim to be wine ex perts are always interesting. Re cently wo came across one in which Goethe figures. At a email party ut the court of Weimar tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

"I 'Lli do It If you will I'm not cared." "I'll go you." The two boyi stood on the shore and bright moonlight sboue overhead lu a great star-dotted Bold of unclouded blue. Before tliein was a rare nnd marvelous sight, one which they had never seen before, but which their fathers had described to them as com ing very seldom in generations. It had been a very severe winter and the Orest South Bay was frozen over fro Ren so hard and so thick that men had crossed that day with wagons. The scene was very grand and solemn. Ab solute silence ruled the waters which In the spring and autumn winds were so often boisterous and noisy. No waves splashed on the beach; no breeze ruffled the surface. The bay was dead. For full four miles across to the other shore the loo enshrouded It, sprinkled with the daintiest lacing of snow, which glittered la the moon beams. "I'll go you!" 8a Id Joel Harris, stur dily. "Then," said Frye Gates, "let's hurry up for our skates." They hurried back from the lonely...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

th Pnbllolly of It. "You oughtn't to have turned me dowrt that way, Luella," said young Spoonamore, as they rodfc home from the swell party. "In what way?" innocently asked Miss Quickstep. "Kept me dancing attendance on you all evening, and when I tried to talk to you, as 1 did several times, you turned your back on me. Is that the way all young women treat the men they're en gaged to marry?" "Yes, if the men are too fresh." "Was I too fresh ?" "A little, dear." "Did you want to humiliate me before all those people?" "Oh, no," she said, lightly. "But you needed the treatment or suppose we call it an operation and I had to per form the operation. If everybody saw it I couldn't help it." "So you call it an operation do you?" he said, glaring at her in the darkness of the carriage. "Well, it was more than that I" "What was it?" "It was a clinic 1" And they rode 0.1 in silence. An Encouraging Trail Outlook. It was in the morning hours of "bake day" in the little out-of-the-way village T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 January 1902

lioiul Hostottor's ad this week. TJ rick for sale at Morton's yard. Prink Heel vorman's Star Pack ago Coffee if jrou desire the boat. The tags from "Honest John" Plug Tobnoco tags are valuable save tliom. There will bo a local institute at Laurel Kidge, Friday evening, January 10. 'Honest John" Hug Tobacco is made of very tiuest grade Bur ley Leaf; the tags are valuable. 0. S. "Wilson of Dublin Mills has a fine span of mules which he will dispose of at a bargain. V2 tags from "Honest John" Plug Tobacco will secure you a 10c cut free, from your merchant. The students who were home for the holiday vacation have all returned to their respective schools. Fatal kidney aud bladder troub les can always be prevented by the use of Foley's Kidney Cure. All dealers. woman was created irom a rib," says the Manayunk Philos opher, "aud she has been a bone of contention ever since." James Woodall, Sr., and daugh ter Ida, have been sick for two weeks with grip. Ida is better now, but Mr. Woodall is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

i VOLUME 3. Cupid's Kerort for 1001. During the twolve months com posiug tlio year 1901, F. P. Lynch prothouotary, granted 51 mar riage licenaoa, thereby makiug 102 souls happy. The oldest of the male applicants was 05, and of the female, 44; the youngest of the males was 19, and of the fe males, If. The greatest diver sity was that in which the man was 05, and the woman, 33. In 5 cases of the 51, the man was younger than the woman the greatest difference being man, 24; woman, 33. Assuming that the ages given at time of getting the liceuse were exact, the average ago of the men was 28 years, 7 months, 15 days, 21 hours, 'and 10 minutes, and that of the women, 23 years, 11 months 8 days, 49 minutes, and 24 seconds. Excuse us, ladies. Now, a word to those who have waited for 1902 to take this most important step. If you are both L'l years or more, Mr. Lynch will be glad to furnish you the neces sary permission, for the trilling sum of fifty cents; but if either, or both of you are min...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

FMILY CREMATED IN A BURNING HOUSE Fihcr, Molhcr and Five Children Are Burned to flcnih. BUILDING WRF.CKED BY EXPLOSION. Joseph Supowskl, Who Owned tho Builiiioij, and Karl Brackl, Ills Brother-ln-Law, Have Been Arrested Pending an Investiga tion Stipowskl Carried an Insu ance of $9000 on the Building and Its Contents. Buffalo, N. Y.. (Special). Henry I'earlstein, his wife ami five children, ranging in age from I'i to 12 years, were burned to death in a fire that de stroyed a two-story frame building here. Joseph Stipowski. who owned the building, and Karl Bracki. his brother-in-law. have been arrested pending an investigation. Supowski carried an in surance of ').ooo on the building and its contents. The Pcarlstcirs and another family lived in rooms above the shoe store and were asleen when the tire started. Su powski told the police that he accident- j ally dropped a lamp. j A few minutes after the fire he-.an there was a loud explosion thnt blew j out the front of the store and hu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

E . . I WONDERFUL PLASTIC CURCERY. ll rnP T?fTT1)lVfVC rTTMNTVn 1 Ti I I I li. I I I Ml MJJJjj""?! ? SWEDEN'S CHEAP TELEPHONES. f MCDLTDRAL v 'When to Mulch Strawberry Bed.. Mulch the strawberry bods as noon as the ground is frozen, no hs to prevent alternate freezing and thawing of the ground and the throwing up of the plants. Da Not Use Unwholesome Dairy Food According to the Alabama station It does not pay to uso unwholesome food, and especially Is this bo In the dairy where the feed supply should be carefully and frequently Investigated and any kinds of decayed feed ex cluded from the dairy cow's bill of fare. Ill-smelling, fermenting silage must not be permitted In the stalls at thne of milking, as the milk Is liable to absorb tho odor, ond the boctorla In the sllnge are liable to Infect the milk. Bitter weeds and wild onions must be removed from the postures If possible, since they are liable to transmit a for eign teste or odor. Insects In Greenhouses. Bisulphide of carbon ha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

FULION COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13.. W. Feck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. rilURSOAY, Jan. 16, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVRIITIKtifQ RATKS. I'er Noimre ,if H line a times II IK). l'er?.iiimre i -,.cti Muhxeiwent Insertion . . . . fiO. All iidvei-tNements inserted for lew than throe mouths eeurk'ed by the miuare. 8 IllOS. ! (ttllOH. yr. One-fourth eolunm I'. ini. I'.V.OO. fiio.Ou. Oll.'-iKiil .. ;,..., .'.'... U1. M.00. thie t'oi 4.K). I NM1U. I 7fu. .Viil!r:w I'im '-red for les than fl. I,rif'-s--,'tiiu.1 I'tircls one yenr5. Our PcpaUMon 84,233,069. The Census Bureau has just is sued a report announcing that the opulntion of the entire Uni ted States, including all outlying possessions, was 84,233,009 in the census year lP-OO. This is item ized as follows: Continental United States, or United States proper, 75,994,575 (heretofore announced); Philip pines, G, 9(51, 339 beiug the esti mate of the statistician to the Philippine Commission; Porto ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

FULTON COUN7Y NEWS. Wilson Burgstrvspvt. (Obituary notice continued from lnt wrev.) WilHon TiorBtresser died at Ms home lit Waterfall Mills, Docember 31, 1001, apod 75 years and 30 Any. In 1861 he had a good saw mill and grist mill, both doing excel lent work and having a good re turn from work done; but up to this time, no house of his own for self and family. In 1802 he se lected a site for a house a short distance from the mill, along Sideling Hill crook, where the trees and the laurel bush tojjeth er with other undergrowth grew so dense that a man had to get on his hands and knees to crawl through; so we may quote from Sacred Writ, "Ilero the great owl made her nest, also the screech owl found here a place of rest for herself." But he goes to work, clears away treos.laurel, briars, brush, etc., aud places there a home residenco.which ro minds us that "the wilderuoss and the solitary place and the desert shall rejoice and blossom as the rose." Ilere he resided from 1802 to the ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

Jhe debts that stand. Often I think that the world ii cold And tht men nre unkind, unfair; Often I nmurn and fret and scold And coddle my own despair, And often I think mankind mint he Cn league for the shame of defeating me. Vet, railing at men, I ought to know That I sin when my plaints are made, For there' many, oh, many, a debt 1 owe That never can be repaid. What if deep in my heart they could sometime see The kind ones who have befriended me! S. K. Kiser. SANS MEULLER used to toot a trumpet In the Third Cav alry. Hans wan more or loss a butt for the jokes of the men of his troop. He took oil kinds of Jibes with a good nature tlint was as perfect as It wits stolid. The trump eter knew more about music thau be did ruuskets. When for a while be tried what the other men culled straight soldiering, be was coutlniinlly getting tangled up with Ills equip ments, nnd on several occasions at skir mish drill be came within an ace of shooting himself. Ilk comrades told Hans that as long a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

B. B. B. SENT FREE I Com Blood And Akin llKrnrs, Cancers, Hone Palna, Itching II 111110m, Ktc. Solid no money, simply try Jlntanio Wood I5ltn at onr expenso. B. B. B. cutej Pimples, scabby, scaly, itching Eczema, Ulc, Eating Rorcs, Scrofula, Blood rolion, Hons Fains, BwellinRii, lilimunatlsm, Cancer, nnd nil Blood and Skin Trouble. Eipeclally ad Tided for chronic- cane' that dootori, patent insdicinM and Hot Bprlnfts fall to eure or help. Druggists, 91 per largo bottle. To prove it enros, B. B, B. sent free by writing Blond Balm Co., 13 Mitchell St., Atlan'a, Oa. Describe tronbls and free medical auvio out in soalod letter. Medicine tent at on. a, prepaid. All we aak in thai you will apeak good word or B. B. B. when cured. There in 85.000.000 worth of exomnt ronertv of the Slate of New York in the Xity of New York. Eesema and Tetter. Eczema and Totter are tnrturingly dlignnt lng j one ointment only etiran them ; Its name Is Tetterlne. BOe. a box by mail from J. T. Hhuptrine, Savanna...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 January 1902

Read Hosteller's ad this week. Hrick for sale at Morton's yard. Drink Heels crman's Star Pack ape Coffee if you desire the best. Master Paul. Johnston of this place has boon sick for several days. The toys from "Honest Johu" Hug Tobacco tags are valuable save them. W. U. Nesbit has been housed for several days with grippe and a carbuncle. "Honest Johu" Hug Tobacco is made of very tiuest grade Bur ley Leaf: the tags are valuable. I- tags from "Honest John" Hug Tobacco will secure you a lOc cut free, from your merchant. Holy Communion at the Lu theran church next Sabbath at 10.110 a. rn. Preparatory service on Saturday at -.30 p. m. Fatal kidney and bladder troub les can always bo prevented by the use of Foley's Kidney Cure. All dealers. The scholars of Shanes school in Licking Creek township, pre sented their teacher, Jas. Desh ong, with a silk muffler as a Christmas present. 23 tags from "Honest John" Plug Tobacco will secure you a stag-handle knife worth 73c: send three cents along...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 January 1902

JtttiOtl mm VOLUME 3. AcCONNELLSBURG. PA., January 23, 1902. NUMBER 19. lowu Falls Letter from Rev. Uenrge B. Shocmulter. Januaky 10, 1902. Editor News: In the early winter I felt somewhat lonesome, when I romombored that I was a native of Pennsylvania, and so far from my native laud, and I concluded I would try and find, if there were in our city, a half dozen or more who were from the old Key stone stain. Believing there was virtue in advertising, (a truth which merchants cannot learn too soon) I placed a notice in both of our excellent town papers, asking all who were born iu Penn sylvania to send me a card stat ing where they were born and when they came to Iowa. My largest hopes were, that at most a round dozen might respond. I limited the response to those liv ing in Iowa Falls, Iowa. Presen tly the response began to come; and as they came, my lonesome feeling disappeared, and at last I Tfras surprised to know there were so many Peunsylvanians around me. Forty-nine (49). perso...

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