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FULTON COUNTY NEWS
Published Every Thursday.
B W. P2CK, Eiltot and Proprietor
, McCONNELLSBURG,- PA.
DECEMBER 29, 1910
Published Weekly. $1.00 per
Annum in Advance.
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Announcements lor Sunday, Jan.
IIusTONTOwy, M. E. Charge.
L. W. McGarvey, Pastor.
Dublin Mills Sunday School 9:30.
Clear Ridge Sunday School 1:30.
Hustontown Sunday school 2:00.
Epworth League, 6:30.
Services at Wesley Chapel, Saturday,
Dec. 31, 1910, at 7:00 p. m.
The Ladies' World.
The Ladies' World for January
starts oil with an excellent table
of contents and the promise of
another very interesting year.
The remarkable articles on The
Day of the Boy, which have been
running for a few months, are
brought to an end with one on
The Work of the Y. M. C. A. a
really wonderful work of saving
goes on quietly, persistently and
effectively under the wise guid
ance ot the managers of these
institutions. Such articles as
these are well worth while. Flor
ence Morse Kingsley's story ot
Francesca moves rapidly, and
brings the family to the gate of
the new world, where the new
home is to be made. The plot
thickens snd there is a hint of
tragedy in the future chapters.
We are sorry to part with A Mel
ody in Silver, which is one of the
prettiest novelettes we have read
for a long time, but the ending
was very satisfactory. The short
fiction is good, particularity the
school house story of the Mexi
can boy Pedro, and ClaraMorris's
How our Engagement was Soiled.
The departments of this maga
zine are always excellent, because
always practical. In The 1 louse
hold you are sure to find some in
formation you want, and there
are besides excellent fashions,
instructions in dressmaking,
needlework, the Ways of Society,
Health, Good Looks, the Care of
Children, etc., etc. New York;
Tifty Cents a Year.
Wants to Help Some One.
For thirty years J. F. Boyer,
of Fertile, Mo., needed help and
couldn't find it. That's why he
wants to help some . one now.
Suffering bo long himself he feels
for all distress from Backache,
Nervousness. Loss of Appetite,
Lassitude and Kidney disorders.
He shows that Electric Bitters
work wonders for such troubles.
"Five bottles," he writes, "wholly
cured me and now 1 am well and
hearty." It's also positively gua
ranteed for Liver Trouble, Dys
pepsia, Blood Disorders, Female
Complaints and Malaria. Try
them. 50c. at Trout's drug store.
Mr. Edward D. Stevens and
family have moved from this
place to the John D. Cutchall
farm in Taylor township, We
hope they may find their new
Waverly the best
made all made from
high grade Pennsylvania
Carolina, OlumlaaHng aiU,
lubricating oil ejkd pajra
fuM wax for all purposes.
iOO Fag Boaidmt Frmm l.fls
mil about oiL
Waverly OA Works Co.
RO, PA. I
Long; to be Remembered.
The sons, daughters, grand
children, and invited guests of
Mrs. Elizabeth Carnell, of Dott,
will not soon forget tho Christ
mas day just past. For years it
has been the custom of the family
to gather at the old home-stead
one day in each year, and Christ
mas day was chosen for this
year. Of course, the dinner was
one ot the main features of the
occasion, and it was truly a credit
to the culinary skill of Mrs. Car
nell and her daughters. Turkey,
with all the concomitants, chick
eL, and all that goes to make up a
most excellent Christmas dinner,
was served. The decorations of
the ptrlor and dining room were
all in keeping with the day and
the beautiful tree, standing in
one corner of the parlor was sim
ply a delight to the little children
Numerous gifts were given and
received, and as we saw the gifts
presented to our hostess among
them a reclining Morris chair, a
black dress pattern, a beautiful
set of furs including a fur hood,
hand painted china and Japanese
ware and innumerable smaller
gifts, we thought that, that lady
could not question the devotion
of her children.
Those present to enjoy the day were:
James ft. Sharpe, wife (Laura) and
four children Thurman, Verdle, Ada
and Stanley; Jas. A. Truax, wife
(Mollle) and daughters, Floye and
Madeline; John Hess, wife (Florence)
and daughter, Thelma; John Carnell
and wife; Wm. Carnell wife and chil
dren, Pearl, Hazel, Delia, Frank and
Blanche; Bert Carnell, Miss Maye
Carnell, a grand-daughter and our
enterprising merchant Samuel M.
Carnell. The friends invited were
Mrs. Maria Spencer, Rev. Jesse
Kauffman wife and little daughter
Alberta; D. Garland, wife and son
Maoshall; Milton B. Hill, wife and
daughters, Kittle and Vivian; Misses
Belle Mellott and Nannie Spencer,
Roy Rice of Union and Nathan Truax
of Pleasnt Ridge.
Beware of Ointmonts for Catarrh that
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering-it through the mucous
surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescnp
tions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Ca
tarrh Care, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.,
contains no mercury, and is taken
internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surface's of
the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by all Druggists. Price,
75c. per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Clay Charlton, of Dawson City,
Can., has a three months' leave
of absence and is visiting bis fath
er, Wm. IL Charlton, at War fords
burg, and other friends and rela
tives in this county. As it takes
about fifty-four days on the road
to make the round trip, Mr.
Charlton does not have a big lot
of time to spend at home. He is
far enough north to be in the
"land of the midnight sun" and
as at this time of the year the sun
is down south on a vacation,
leaving Dawson City in midnight
darkness during twenty-four
hours each day, Mr. Charlton
thought it a good time to come
down south on a vacation, too.
"1 bad been troubled with con
stipation for two years and tried
all of the best physicians in Bris
tol, Tenn., and they could do
nothing for me," writes Thos. E
Williams, Middleboro, Ky. "Two
packages of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets cured me."
For sale by all dealers.
George M. Bender is a wholes
sale dealer in poultry, butter and
eggs, 'and is doing business in
Pearl City, 111. In sending a dol
lar to renew his subscription to
the News, George says: "I re
ceive tue News every Saturday,
and in it I read the old familiar
names I used to know; but I see
many that are new to me, or that
I have forgotton; and this is not
to be wondered at, for I have
been away from the ."old Burg"
for 22 years. We are having fine
weather, a little snow, but not
enough for sleighing. The roads
are fine, and the temperature
runs about zero which we re
gard as nice winter weathar.
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W WHY HE WAS BASHFUL.
Asked Questions About Topeka That
Ware Not Tactful.
A Hutchinson girl declare this
story to be true. She was visiting at
a small Kansas town recently, and
while there her hostess gave a party
In her honor, and Invited the pick of
the whole countryside. Among the
guests was a boy who had been to To
peka, so she had heard.
She had some acquaintance In To
peka and tried to draw him out. In
quiring: "How did you like Topekaf
The young fellow blushed and
looked down before he murmured:
"Oh, pretty well.-
"Do you know many people there V
she continued, trying to get him In
terested, and attributing his reticence
"Why, not many," he said, tagging
at his collar, as If It were strangling
"I suppose you went to the park
while you were there T" she asked.
"No," he replied. "I did not attend
aay of the affairs at the park.
She talked about other things, and
later, when an opportunity came,
asked the hostess why that boy had
been so reticent about talking of To
peka. The hostess threw up her
"We simply had to Invite him," she
replied. "He belongs to a good fam
ily. As a matter of fact, he has Just
returned from Topeka, where be has
been la the reform school!"
Gerald Once I was strongly tempt
ed to blow out my brains. '
Oeraldlno Did you do It? , , , ,
He Finally Won Out
"Nettle," cried the enamored young
man, "I love you, and would go to the
world's end for you."
"Oh, no, you wouldn't, James," re
torted the sweet girl graduate. "The
world, or the earth, as It Is called. Is
round like a ball; therefore It has no
"Yes, I know," continued the e. y.
m.7 "but what I meant was that I'd
do anything to please you. Ah, dear
est, If you knew the aching void"
"Now I am surprised, James," In
terrupted the s. g. g. "Nature abhors'
a vacuum, and there Is no such thing
as a void; but admitting that there
could be such a thing, how could tho
void you speak of be void If there was
an ache In it?"
"Oh, well," rejoined the young man.
"at least I've got cash and property
amounting to nearly $100,000, and I
want you to be my wife. So, there!"
"James," rejoined the fair one with
out a moment's hesitation, "since you
put It la that light, I haven't the heart
to refuse you. Let the wedding bells
ring without unnecessary delay."
An Old Fable.
"Metaphysics," said Bishop Castle, of
Oregon, at a dinner In Philomath, "la
a subject that always makes on think
of the oat and the owl.
"A cat, you know, once set forth la
quest of happiness. She wandered up,
she waadered down; she questioned
this animal and she questioned that,
Finally, wrapped In meditation la a
tree, she perceived aa owl.
" 'Owl!' said the cat. 'tell ma, most
wise bird, where happiness Is to be
"In meditation,' the owl replied.
'Meditation alone Is the true secret
"'But,' said the cat, 'on what sub
Ject am I to meditate T
" 'On the subject,' the owl answered,
'which has occupied the race of owls
since the beginning of time namely:
Which came first, the owl or the egg;
(or, while the owl comes from the egg,
to also does the egg come from the
owl!'" Seattle Pout-Intelligencer.
Using the Drag,
The split log drag. If used correct
ly, will round the road, but care
should be taken not to make the an
gle too steep, as It Is only necessary
to have Just slope enough to cause
tho water to flow through the ditches
rather than through the middle of tho
road. If too long a time elapses after
tho rains before split-log drag Is used
so that the roads become thoroughly
dried out, tho efficiency of tho drag
Is largely decreased.
- Filling Bad Cute.
Any large boles or bad cuts that
have been made In the road duo to
tho exceaatvo amount of water should
be filled np, not with brush aad a lit
tle dirt, but, where they are deep,
filled la with rock and than covered
Senator Taylor, of Tennessee, tolls
of aa old negro whose worthless son
tva married secretly. The old maa
heard of It and asked tho hoy K be
was married. "I ain't sayln' I aln"
the boy replied. "Now, you Haatus,"
atoraied the old man, "I alat askla
you Is you alat; I Is askla' you alat
Would Be Hunter Aw, mo nun,
wbat'a tho gam law limit In this lo
Quid (grimly) Tw door aad en
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. "Hints to Inventors." 'Inventions needed."
'Why some Inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Oreeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of
the U. S. Patent Office.
GREELEY & M?INT1RE
WASHINGTON, x. c.
Jackson Uixson and wife, who
had been visiting relatives and
friends in Bethel township, have
returned to their home at Pleas
ant Hill, O. They were accom
panied to their Ohio home by
Mrs. Ilixson's mother, Mrs. S.
Jane Hill. Mrs. Hill had been in
frail health for some time, but
word has been received stating
that she stood the trip very well.
It was Mr. Ilixson's first visit to
Fulton county for twenty-six
years, and he enjoyed the stay
very much, and his old friends
were glad to see him again.
MUDDY ROADS ARE EXPENSIVE.
General Co-operation Among Farmers
Needed to Secure Results.
One thing needed In the country is
more general co-operation among
farmers to accomplish results which
cannot be done single-handed. Every
farmer In the country would approve
of good roads, especially at this sea
son of the year, when there Is no bot
tom In some localities. But compara
tively few farmers are willing to dig
down In their pockets and pull up the
necessary cash with which to pay for
these good roads. There la a unani
mous howl for hard roads, but no
funds are available with which to
build them. Owners In the big cities
have to pay for the pavement In front
of their property, even though they
have no vehicles of any sort to wear
them out Farmers, of course, are not
willing to stand a slmlllar expense,
hut It does seem that some system of
local taxation could be devised that
would be fair and Just to all. Cost
of material is not great, but hauling
and putting It down properly Is the
sticker. The cost of transportation
has been figured out as follows:
By sea freights, one-tenth of on
eent per ton per mile.
By railroads, one cent per ton per
By good roads, seven cents per too
By ordinary country roads, 25 cents
per ton per mile.
Ninety per cent of every load by
steamship, railroad or express must
be carried by wagon or truck over a
highway. It costs the farmers of tho
United States nearly three times more
than those of Europe to market aa
equal tonnage of farm products.
Cheap Dirt Road Roller.
The frame of the roller Is made of
4x4-lnchv scantling. The brace ex
tending from frame to tongue Is mad
from an old wagon tire. The drums
are S 1-2 feet In length and are mad
of old mower wheels on which are
bolted 2x4 scantlings. An Iron shaft
extends the entire length of the two
drums and Is made stationary In the
frame. The drums revolve on the
A Home-Mads Road Roller.
Shaft The box above the drums and
In front of the seat Is for extra weight
when the weight ot the roller is not
sufficient to crush the clods In th
The seat is an old mower seat bolt
ed on rear end of the tongue so th
weight of the driver will balance
tongue and take weight oft th neck
of team. John 8. Pierce.
Bob Magsam, who has been
visiting his uncles George and
John Magsam, left here last Sat
urday morning for Philadelphia
and New York. After a Bhort
stay in those cities, he will return
to his home in Huntingdon, where
he will continue bis studies in
"Written So Ye Can Understand It"'
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things How to make repairs, ana articles lor
home and ahop, etc.
"Amateur Mechanics" i.f-
furniture, wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all
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223 Washington St., Quest
Xfyoo. want elthM- a Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary
bliutlleor a Hiugle Thread lChain&Uch
THE NEW HOME IEWM8 MACHINE COMPART
il mnr tewing machine, are made to sell regard Wat of
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Our guaranty never run. out.
olel ty authorise (Leader, emly.
Ill LLTHE COUCH
FC&rViX'irT w 5oai.oo
NP Alt THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
Because k Is pereei
No undersized, wormy or
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Revealed by Rains.
One thing- Is shown by ths bear?
rains and that la, the natural course
that the water will take; and where
such courses are detrimental to the
road, they should be changed so that
they will not cut out the road bed.
Where It Is shown that an excessive
amount of water Is flowing along one
side of the road, a drain should be
put In to carry It under the road to
the opposite side so that It can fine Its
way down a billulde and away from
' On aa ordinary dirt road. If the
spilt log drag Is used conscientiously I
and when necessary and If the prop. I
er drainage of the road Is carefully
looked after, It is possible to keep ;
such a road In good condition, even
with considerable rain. Of course la
the winter during free i as and thaws, j
It Is Impossible to keep any dirt road
from becoming hoary with mud.
I also carry Demlng Barrel and
Bucket Sprayers in itoclc.
Every sprayer guaranteed to rive
S. L. WINK,
ll-17-m2. Slpes Mill, Pa.
A Bursary for tho childroa of pv
Irons Is connected with a Uaagow
Succeed when everything else falls.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, aa thouaands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
. 8TOMACH TROUBLE
it is the. best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
CIjmU what yoj Mta
You want the best your money will
get. No machine on the road to-day pos
sesses so many attractions to the careful
The E. M. 1R,
For size, speed, appearance, durability,
ease of control, hill-climbing and sand
is the greatest bargain on the market.
The Flanders at $700,
is asmaller machine but none the less de
sirable. Don't tie yourself up until you
have carefully examined these machines.
THE EVERETT CARRIAGE AND AUTO CO,
Agents for Fulton County. Everett, Pa.
Nineteen Hundred Eleven"
In entering upon another business year, we de
sirs to thank our depositors and patrons for the
loyal confidence imposed in this bank during the.
vears we have been in business. , '
It shall be our purpose in the - future, as in the
past, to place our services at your command our
facilities at your convenience our strength and
security at your disposal.
This bank wants your banking business, promis
ing in return, liberal treatment, and courteous con
sideration. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
There are many of you.
That we appreciate your patronage, your
loyalty and steadfastness, fully as much as vou
appreciate the help we have at times been able to
furnish you, goes without saying.
However, we want to take this public meth
od of thanking you for past patronage and, with
lull Confidence that this patronage will continue,
we pledge you our best endeavors in the future
as you have had them in the past.
Wishing vou an increased measure of Hap
piness and Prosperity for the year 1911, we are
FULTON COUNTY BANK
I have 'ust refilled my sheds with' a fine lot of new Top
BuKgies, both factory and hand-made; ranging In price
from $16.00 up to 175.00 for the best band-made Mifflin-,
burg bujrtry My 4S buggy Is m good, strong, substan- . ,
tlal one thai I will guarantee to give good satisfaction. ' '
I will sell on time to suit customers. It will pay you to
examine my stock before you bay elsewhere.
Thanking the public for past patronage nd soliciting
oontinuaaoe of their favors I am,
Very truly yours,
W. R . 13 V A NO