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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 December 1899

THE LITTLE CRIPPLE. Ijror make those shoulders ,row tailor bnt that stoop 1 port I He has louud a bai- 'ti - atlck he makes It roll. Illy piiiMii from control, tliuti his crutch with forward t and bent Into a loop, And hitches on. and rolls again, Ms soul All In his small, square face. What glow ing, rare, And eager Joy It Is! Upon hi high Poor ridge of shoulder work of endless cure Hang a lace eollar, In abundnnt fall, Adjusted by some piteous, loving eye That would not see the shoulders stooped all. ...... Hannah Pnrker Kimball. e Sheriff Who Shirked. "I int Down to Defeat at the Polls :. Because He Didn't Do His Plain Duty. u. I an j s nn easy matter for i at to perform his duty," n d of espoiienoe. "l$y J. ' what is required of liiia t'.w, which is sometimes ''"riance with the proinpt "rand conscience. I have II the ditllcult task im- Lnilay Tntninti when he n Clermont comity. Tut m o a good friend of mine ,, :a. When he was elected tit sheriff ho asked me to -, During tbe first...

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. — 14 December 1899

fulton county news. a Lost Bit of "David Harum." i Published Every Thursday. B. W. Phck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 14, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. FATE. HUKT II AltTK. The sky is clouded, the rocks are bare, The spray of the tempest is white In air; Tlie winds are out with' the waves at plu.v, . And I shall not tempt the sea tn-iluy. "The trail is narrow, the wood is dim, The panther clings to the urchin limb; And the lion's whelps are abroad at play, And I shall not join in the eh use to day." But the ship sailed safely over the sea. And the hunters came from the chase in glee; And the town thut was builded upon a rock Was swallowed up in the earthquake shock. WHEN DARKNESS FALLS. If this be sleep, Sit by me while I sleep: if it be death, No mortal power may stay...

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. — 14 December 1899

llLTON COUNTY NEWS. i LEAD KINDLY LKJHT. ENGLAND'S NEXT KING. ADKMIKKT CLARK. A kindly light, where flowers bloom 1 sweot porfcctlon rare, l let thy light from Ueiel nhove hine down a golden stair, 1 gently lift each drooidnir leaf p to its natiirul place, 1 let thy bo ft rays fall -a kU pon the paiiHien' face. jd kindly light, where Borrowing ' heart re bowed with bitter grief. ; come with h11 thy quick'nlng pow'r Dd bring- to them relief, ijrht but thy love from God ubove an dry the futile tears, ." ioothe the troubled, aching heart, nd shield it from its tears. :d kindly light, where troubled souls re fainting in despair; let them see the heavenly path i more than all that's fair, ' leadne to the Huvior's feet, a lay their weapons down, Athey tnav stand with garments I white nd wear a golden crown, d kindly light, for ah, we need hy presence every hour guide us to the heavenly land, shield from Satan's power, -let thy glorious radiance full pon us, day by day, t all the sinful on...

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. — 14 December 1899

NEW YORK FASHIONS, Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the Metropolis. 9 ttiv Yojvk Citt' (Special). What nearly every woman aspire to own for lier winter wearing is a directoire tnado wholly of relvet, its wide upturned .rounding brim faced witb white waved Sfl 9 la. nr.r.tR eldorado. ehiQon, and the crowning glory of it a rbinestone sunburst set aside at the base of the brim, where it flares up irom the face. The sunburst is really the corner etone round whioh the properly de nigned directoire is built, and aside from its virtues as an ornament it nerves the noble purpose of bracing back the brim so that it forms the proper sort of arch above the face. Whether the crown of her directoire rakes exaggeratedly forward or not, whether the whole hat itsolf is com posed of velvet that is of the common place weave, or that variety known as antique, are almost unimportant de tails of the woman who has staked all her claims to beauty ou her strings. The directoire that is a f...

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. — 14 December 1899

TH"J-- CEV: ' l'..t' "I 111, ' '6 b". tf, ' ter ( Willi ll lit. . ' b nc ly " d my v COn'. rt : Ion : tiili "ll lf1V : ; lllt w . tlii. ; uric- f U ,' lO ' rv i I nv, lot , in to : . : ar if t' .cat ,- Kny II..., Ivor us J. id lr Ink iras ivs, ' mil rnnj; jff At f In? Sweetest thing that' can bo seen Is a baby, fresh and clean. Dainty clothes and tender skin Need pure soap to wash them in. ' Nurse and mother must be sure Baby's bath is sweet and pure. Free from grease or alkalies; Ivory Soap their want supplies. CftpvRiattT list sv thi snc-crt s a qamblc oo. cimoisnati il t1. '1 NO. 1 IS WALES' ) y "Cabbie" 11 nil See Straight ,trJJ I Know Short Routes. iijeromer In Scotland Yard I at- examlnatlon of men who de- hov i.i l0.;.e appointed 'bus and cab .in-id the affair was most amus '7've rickety old bus down 'jj ierf ect ark, and attached to ifni ( it a brace of one-time Dar llkoly, that, after a meal 'jilnd pepper, do get up enough ti,- to drag that ark at a spank lif the length of ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 December 1899

Personals. A. .?. HoUNOKK, of Tnvloi' town ship, dropped in to see u while in town lust 'week. Miss hXuik llorx of Todd tow n-itiii left .vp.stcrdry for u week's visit anion; friends in Franklin county. Watson JJakton, of ltriish Creek ViilJojr, was visiting friends near l'in Kiile, hist week. - Kverett Press. Missus Iittik and Kmma I.ittlk, of Philadelphia, ure visiting their brother Davy Little of this place. Mils, Kosa C'i.ahk, of Struwsburjr, Lancaster county, is visiting lier moth er, Mrs. Gelvln near Fort Littleton. Daniki, P. ani David I). Dksiionu of I'leasant lliilpi called for a ileus ant little chat while in town Monday. Klvvaki2 (J. Stkvkns of Taylor township ciunc In on Tuesday to take in part of the institute lecture course. William Jones, of Chatham, Ches ter county, is visiting the family of his aunt, Mrs. Dr. Wm. F. Trout of this pi nee. ! Kev. W. A. Wkst, D. D., president of Metgar Institute, preached two very able ' sermon in the Presbyterian church Sunday. Mils.....

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. — 21 December 1899

I if niton Mews HUME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, FA., DECEMBER 21, 1899. NUMBER 14. "UNCLE" LEWIS. . r h of the Life of Lewis Bergstresser, Jr. i HIS ANCESTRY. ting Incidents in Connection With the Family History. jljief notice of the death of Lewis resger, Jr., or "Uncle Lewis" as I more familiarly known, ap In the New Grenada correspon- In last week's Fulton County ,'v'an of bo many Hterling qualities lmind and heart as those pos- j by Mr. Bergstresser, is ent itled lore extended notice, and for the n the following article, we are ed to Theodore J. Thompson of ace, a nephew of the deceased. 'IHs Bergstresser, Jr., was born at f Mills, Center county, Novem j 1820. He was the fourth child ris Bergstresser, Sr., and his i; atie Snyder Bergstresser. His r was a daughter of Henry Sny r many years miller at Spring ; His grandmother, Henry Sny ffife's nume was Kve, and she daughter of u Mr. . and Mrs. er, among the early settlers of county. eldest child in the family of 'b father, was Isabella. S...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 December 1899

: MANY PERISH. ' JAPANF.SK coast. MADE A HUGE MUD PUDDLE ;Ont of Flghtem Hundred, Only Forty I y.c i"il on the Ray of AmhnttlaW.'WftS j Swept Over the T of Trees Thirty . 'j Feet II I K -Topography of the Whole j Country Changed. I i Ban Francisco, (Special. The disaster that overtook tho Island of Cerum on the J second of last month cost the people of that ' district immense Ions In life and property. ' The steamship America Muru, which Hirlv.nl 1 from the Orient, brought advice, from tVrain and report that S.OO i pro pin were destroyed ' on that Inland alone when the dreadful " earthquake of Sovoniber shocked the Japan ese const and agltaUd the inland adjaeout " to the empire. ; On the night of the second the people of " Ceram were awakened by a lerrllle shock of : earthquake that seemed to work from north to soath. Every one fld from his house Into ; the publlo square. A few hours later It was reported that the water was rising In the bay j of Amhonla. The sea oame forward In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 December 1899

: - CS , r U4 ,( rcsolii it th.-n . M, SC,. - 'dolllll 1 ' t onlr th..n , yryr if'"wPoL 'K, - 'Sal i i tcrri: llli'fl . I Ink . in a" rk t. w un.;. tln f 'Vayjohn Halton (Brought 'now and Ice in Mid- summer Weather. KILl FLEMING. EAR old John Halton was An Australian .squatter with a problem to s o 1 r e. Its solution wor riod him ex ceedingly for mini; weeks, but, being fortunately 'lliin m tk milliouoire in the pound r ii g aeuae of the word, solve it he J""'itely did to the satisfaction of ,j?ren-year-old daughter, Alice, at (led(; And she, after all, was the I pob'.P' Party " ue considered, l,l,,n' bay beard how, as the uioun nHl. jfused to come to Mohammed, 9. i td humbug, pretending to have nsoDi.ed a sudden inspiration, mounted He cred camel niul went to the li-in. I'roin Halton did better than Mo "lred; he bronght England to "t and compelled Santa Claus raut'i "oe a tne simmering anti , He surrounded her for the , k(; iy of December 25, 1877, with dm(toe and holly and ivy; h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 December 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Hvery Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 2t, lBw. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. "Till: MAN WITH TIIL IIOIV HY KDWIX MAKKIIAM. One of Uih most notable literary productions of the yenr is the )oeiri we print below. It ha jirovoked wider und more prolonged discussion than any other Americun )oem written dur ing the present generation. The idea expressed in its forty-nine lines hus set the whole nation to thinking, and it has found assailants and defenders by the thousand. Its author, Kdward K. Murkham, was Principal of a school in California. He was horn in Oregon ubout lifty years ago where he Hpent his early years helping his wid owed mother on a cattle ranche. The poem which has so suddenly lifted him to fame was suggested by the...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 December 1899

"TON COUNTY NEWS. ill.N DOCTORS DISACRFE. loked at my tongue and ht shook hi 4 head Is was Doctor Smart lumped on my chest, and then ho Ssaid: h! there it is! Your heart! U musn't run you musn't hurry! tnusn't work -you musn't worry! Kit down and take it cool; U may live, for years, Icannot say, .In the meantime, make it a rule t take this medicine twice a day!" iokcd at my 'tongue and shook his 111 head - :S:'jB was Doctor Wise jr llvor's a total wreck," he said, bu must take more exercise! ; 0 musn't eat sweets, ( must walk und leap, you must al xo run; 0 ft musn't sit down in the dull old way; tit with the boys and have some I); fun 1 take three doses of this a day!" oked at my tongue and he shook i his head Is was Doctor Bright ' a afraid your lungs aro gone," ho said, nd your kidney isn't right. hange of scene is what you need, 'ir case is desperate, indeed, jrcad is a thing you musn't eat Munich starch but, by the way, must henceforth live on only lament ijl take six doses of ...

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. — 21 December 1899

NEW YORKMHIONg. Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the MetroDO is. . m ' Nw York City (Special). Reseda tTTeon Las becoma mora fftnliinnnliln than ever and in considorod especially eiegant in combination with brown III lip 1 m i.-i a morning aows. This becoming bouse gown is of figured reseda green wool with flounces of burnt sienna taffeta lightly embroidered. The little girl's frock is ehalli. Green, by the way, is securing for itself qnite a nice fat slice of popular favor, ind has serious inclinations inwards running itself in dangerous Hvalrv with brown. A dark olive tone, in a very fine, highly-flniBhed face oloth, told an attractive tale in a severely tailor-built coat and skirt costume seen recently. The coat was almost au Eton, with just the slightest presence of spade fronts, that were thrown baok to the waist by revere of pale blue panne, run round the edge with three or four rows of Tom Thumb black and white silk friuge. As the skirt was lifted the wearer ...

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. — 21 December 1899

5 j itreiif 2R Use mum. ;.y-ont 328 .miiiiiiiiiin nil nils. ve used Ayer'a Hair iueilf or many years 1 ''J f J been very satisfactory ui.a,tyy 1 fc,ve hard, nita to great m,ny i'lf'i ricndi ani tbey have ill "fleetly satisfied with it." I ij , A. Ednrards, San Fran 'al, ill., Feb. 9, 1899. 'al i niini n iiinmnrm tBbout It 3 lit yanHMMnaiMW ltave";s always trie way witb le of ir Vigor. When per et' l it they are always so pleased with it trut they ir friends about it. gR9 our hair is short, too ij'iits at the ends, is rough, ben (ing out, our Hair Vigor i"" ectly satisfy you. -0 ( io mil.; ur hair is just little sor perfectly white, Ayer s in tgor r;ng bade t0 it ' appdarlc, rich color it had ied i years ago. Vi.l ititj w mm mw i rrite the Doctor " not obtain nil the henrflta you mbetm the usu of the Vljnir, writo n 10: r about It. He will toll yon just Bil I'sa the Hair and Scalo If you MA s Auurm, " ,tr. J. C. Aver, Lowell, Mam. I UlMWMMWiaWMM 80 V lbeli1a'a new laboratory 011 Illi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 December 1899

WIIIl'S COVE. . ! Rov. IJuujrlier, wlm 1i;is boon seriously ill for koiuo time, lins recovered sufficiently to bo able to return to his homo in Virginia. He had boon conducting a series of meetings at this place and at Sideling Hill. 'Mr, llaugher is regarded by those wholiave heard him, as an able minister, lie is followed by the best wishes of our people. Ephraim Hart is still on the list, Mrs. Isabel Mellott is also ill. David Jay, who has been farm ing for his father-in-law, Isaiah Layton, lias removed to Bedford county, where he has . bought a farm. It is to bo hoped that the Com pulsory Attendance school law will bo enforced to a greater ex teat in some parts of our town ship. This law is not a dead let tor and directors must take ac tive measures in its enforcement, else how can they take the oath they will be required to take at the close of the school term. "Tho dearest interest of a na tion is tho education of its chil dren." Parents, send your chil dren to school every da...

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. — 28 December 1899

VOLUME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., DECEMBER 28, 1899. NUMBER 15. 1IOBAKT HOFFMAN IIFLI). KENDALL-BKUA. A N N I V I . R S A R V S E R M ON. DR. II ILL'S SON HUM. mavs(;atherers. "Till: NF.W Yl'.AK. Miring Hcforo l S. Commission , cr Russell lit lied ford Last I FH Jay. jr8nk Campbell, Deputy U. S. Mar- NLll, arrived'hiTP on last We(lnenday mtnff, and on Thursday morning frted with the counterfeiter, Hobart ilTinan, via Hancock and Cumber id for Hedford. On Friday ho was fen a hearing before U. S. Commix- )jner Jan. O. HuhhpII and committed the Bedford jail. He will be tried Uhe spring term of U. S. court at ranton. The witnesses from this county were erlff Daniel Sheets and John H. It. wis and son Frank. , Che prisoner took the matter very Dlly. 'He seemed to realize that he ,g In for it. He Is a lluswlan and 'put Wl years of age. BIBLE NORMAL, y preaching: services will be held in i McConnellsdale (Dunker) church Jwnry 21, WOO, by F.lder J. Kurt, flier of Franklin county, both morn- 1 1...

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. — 28 December 1899

THE NEWS. J a not Dunoe Taylor, of New York, com mitted suicide at toe Grafton Hotel, Wash Ington. lie cut Li is throat with n razor While temporarily lusann from illness. Comptroller Trnoewoll decided th claim of Swift A Co. for beef f urulshed to the army at Ponce to be Juit. Judge Parnell, In Kul il N. C, refused to grant kd Injunction tu prevent the con solidation of the various Hues of Hih Sea board Air Line, ami Immediately uttur the COUSollclnlloU WUS effected. The Eastern Furniture Manufacturers' Association met lu Philadelphia, and docld. d to advance prices tuu par cent, on certalu lines. Dr. Edward H. Williams, senior partner of the B.tldwiu Locomotive Works, Pulladel ihla, died at Biuilu Barbara, C'ul. Adjutant General Case, of Michigan, re fused to comply with Govtruor Piugroe's demand for hi resignation. A seven-story apartment bouse, owned by Morrli Mandolsteiu, In New York, wag du troyed by Are. John Branch foil Into a vat containing boiling water at the Sbotwell Tan...

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. — 28 December 1899

I s1 THE YOUNC AMERICAN. 1 1 mlRlity stock! Of Iron, hearts of oak. with unfllnnlilnR trend ijthe noble lathers ldl f with steady eye, tnd pare slmpllolty, mt Rnntly wlnnetb hearts, ubsll be thy ouly arts. rrudnnt In the eonndl trnln, psttntlesg on the buttle tdnlii, Bendy nt the oountry's need For ber glorious cause to bleed. Bo shall Teiieo, n chnrmlnij Rucst, Dove-like In tliy bosom rest. Ho stiitll Honor'? stescly bln.n Beam upon tby eloslu days. sssiHiBiaisia! D AND HIS PANTHER. .nnnnnnnronKon cvwn r. 5S" ?J7 v" V 1 urn r w r) t D yon hear the panther ' last night, Sergeant?" 'asked Tad, the captain's ( son. 41 the sergeant, an he cut : of a f!!e-l)rnsli with the i. f the lariat hanging at his i'I didn't hear it, but it n?ss. Billy Murphy was down at Tost No. 12, aud are walk the length of his ; f '. there to-night ami fetch , the boy. 1" :4er raroly spoke in so post tner to his younger cora- hey had grown to be quite ,ds. Ho Sergeant Gore 1 ) trim figure by his side d as a cav...

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. — 28 December 1899

r FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Feck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 28, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertisimr rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. ANDREW CARNF.GIE. Howl Made My First 1000. Chooso at riiudom almost any solf-mado American millionaire, get if you can liis real life-story, and in studying it you will find that the hardest part of the work of building a great fortune is the laying of the foundation, the first $1000. Andrew Carnegie, for instance, spent perhaps the best years of his life accumulating his first $1000, years of hard, constant work. He began saving pennies at the age of twelve, but not un til he was thirty did ho stand forth owing no man and owning 1000. On the tweuty-fifth of Novem ber last Mr. Carnegie celebrated his sixty-first birthday by mak ing himself a prese...

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. — 28 December 1899

IU ON COUNTY NEWS. .THE PRAIRIE STATE, xlie Denisar Writes How i is Getting Along in II- inois. Work Plenty. Big Crops. Wages Good. HI Camkhon, III., December 10, 1899. i .(jfoii News: ! I left home Sep- ber 28th, bound for Illinois jvt!iP. R. K. to Chicago, and e & there, over the C. B. & Q., u landed in Cameron at six o' k, p. m., September 29. The jtry from Chicago to Camer t'a very level some pluces I d see 25 miles in any direc , There are no mountains, )i nor rocks to farm over here, le placeu the land is a little Eg, but not so bud as some of farm land in Pennsylvania, commenced to work for my 3e L. C. Mellott, October. 2nd 0.00 per month. Corn and 'i are the main crops here aers raise from 2000 to 20, ' bushels of corn. When they Jikofa bushel of corn here, f mean shelled corn or sev-U'-five pounds of ears at crib ;0 time, or seventy pounds af ciit becomes thoroughly dry. i commenced to pick corn lS9th of October and finished 9th of December. We had 5 bushels an aver...

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. — 28 December 1899

A. V ess? 1 NEW YORK FAMOffi i gg Designs For Costumes That Have Be- gj l SI tuuiu rujjuiar in liio iviuir upuns. m Nw York Citt (Special). Women -will hail with delight tbe fact that the jersey, a garment of undoubted popu larity several years aero, is about to re tarn to them. Perhaps it would bo aa well to gay that it is the same old THIS MODIFIED JBRSF.Y. jersey made more beautiful a thou sand times. The winter and early spring models .shown in a few of the most exclusive shops are exquisite be yond desoriptioii They are made not only in black, but in solid colors of bine, green, red, fawn, etc Some of the black models are braided nud spangled most elaborately in Bolero and Persian lamb effects. Some of thera arc corded and somo are plain. In fact, there is every possible style. It has been hinted that the jersey is a garment for plump women only, but the present fashions are becoming to slender figures as well. Three Millinery Triumph!. Gray in all shades of ash, pearl and ston...

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