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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

l-ULTON COUNTY NEWS. THE PREMIUM HABIT. I know a man who's saving tajjs, ' stumps labels, wi'iippers, stoppers, loltlis, mi'l triidcTiiiii Its, On tobnrco, , soup, colVeo, pianos, ntiil nuloinoliilrs, Anil wIiiti lie (rets enough He'll linve eiirtml a enne. collar button, 11 ml inatell liox, liouso und lot, or book of tlirtatlons. I'or it's the ruling passion This saving up of tags, Anil stamps anil gaudy wrappers From bottles, boxes, bags: ' Yes.Ieveryboily's got It, Anil I have got it, too I'm simply so distracted T don't know what to do! . Gimme your tags and wrappers Gimme your lubels, friends! Gimme your cast-off stoppers Gimme your seegar ends! Gimme your extra trademarks Gimme your bottles pray, For I'm going to draw to-morrow On the things I savo to-day! Ten thousand tags will get me A copper-headed cane And twice ten thousand tags an Umbrella, for the rain; Oh! everybody's got it And I have got it, too I'm simply so distracted I don't know whut to do! Baltimore News. SHE WO...

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. — 20 May 1903

"GREATNESS" Sooday Sermon By the Rev. Dr. C II. Farkhurst. A Ttrton May Ilco en Immense Amount ol Vlrme m ' Yet It Mix Nvjr Arc-st the World's Attention. Fv YonK ('prr.-Dr. CharVs It. l'ark Virst. pastor of the Madison .Nipiare l'res jytenan Church, preached a sermon Sun ny morr.ing on a subject which might he armed "Inconspicuous (.reatness." He those as his text Mark xii: 41 44: "Ami Jesus sat over against the treasury and be ieM Inn the irople cast money into the jrcasury, and many that were rich cast in aiiK'h. And there owe a certain poor vidow. and she tlirc- in two mites which Ijake a farthing. And lie called unto Him His di'iiplcs and sailh unto them, Yelilv I y unto yon tint thin poor widow hull nt m ire in than all thev whi'-h have rat Tito the treasury; for all they did ra t ill nf :heir abundance, hut 'lie of her want did ..is', in all that she hid. even nil lie:- liy V.a !)r. I'orhhursi said: Which undo :i':p d!y wax nn Imprudent thins for t lie woman to do. for nrrliii...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

f J In Miss Rose Peterson, Secretary Park dale Tennis Club, Chicago, from experi ence advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to rely on Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound How many beautiful young ffirls develop Into worn, listless and hopeless women, simply because sufficient attention hnn not been p:iid to their physical development. No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic, pain, and young' girls juit budding into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. If you know of any yountr lady who Is sick, nnd nocrts motherly advice, ask her to write to Mrs. PinUluim at Lynn, Mass., who will give her advice free, from a source of knowledge which is im cqunleil in the country. Do not hesitate about stating; details which one may not like to talk about, and which arc essential for a full understanding of the case. GSk write and tell you of the benelit I have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia H. Pinkham...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 May 1903

Iriod chipped beef :tt j Ir .viu.'. A f'u'i1 .Inly 1 tli-1 s;i!;iiy of UlO 1 p x t t r f lv.vrott will 1)0 in- j ,mi U.i'i" lo iiii'o. A fresh supply of Calais i'm s at 1 rv in V. and or II. v. S',i:'l will preach at Zioti j noxtSatun' and Sun hvV i v i .'.nii:;.' at o (-luck inorniiitr at, 1: . Lake lisli and Potomac Herring at Irwin's. The Crystal Springs camp meeting will be held this year, beginning August ltli nud con tinuing fur ten days. Thei o will be an ice cre;un fes tival at the new Salvation Army church near lig Cove Tanni-rv ne.t Satjrd.iy ovouing. The New F.ivak Cist food, Maple Fiake. (Jetital Irwin's. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I iarton of ; Crystal Springs were pleasant' callers at this onMce while in town 1 t,,o,v.,. 1 A good canned com s JK.r c::n . at Irwin s. A Southern man who has dis covered that feeding hens with onions llavors their eggs, is now : trying the experiment of feeding i 1 ' them with whiskey and sugar to To- droduce eggnog. ; tj10 (irnva 0f u young dishw...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

Atom Cmmto VOLUME 4. McCOXNKLLSlSUltG, PA ., MAY 27, 1)03. NUM1JER 3 7 FOR FENCE ARTISTS. Law Analnst Painting r Posting Advertisements on Fence, Ciatcs, liiidnes, &c. One of the bills passed by the lust legislature that is little Known is bill 24, that prevents llio placing of advertisements or signs of auy kind on public prop erty belonging to tne United Stitcs, the Commonwealth, auy city, town, county or township, or any one else's property, ex cept legal uotiees ordered by the court, aud imposes a penalty of from $5 to 20 for each offense, and declares such act a public nuisance. The second section reads : "That no person shall paste, paint, brand, stamp or in any manner whatever place upon or attach to any building, fence, bridge, gate, outbuilding, or property of another, whether within or without the limits of a highway, any written, priuted, painted or other advertisement, bill, notice, sign, card or poster, without first having obtained the written consent of the owner ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

DEATH ATTENDS RACE Keckleu Auto Sport Stopped Because of Accidents. SIX KILLED ANDMANY MORE HURT. Aatowohlles Wrecked While dotal it Terrific Speed la Prince Mircjl Renault, Winner t the Parls-Vleaoa Roc Lul Year, and Lwralae Barrowi Probably Fatally to fared One Car Rum M Mllea an Hour. Parif (By Cable). The first stage of the Paris-Madrid automobile race will, if the French authorities have their way, be the last stage of a contest made dis tressingly memorable by a series of dis asters from start to finish. Six or seven persons killed, including a woman and a child ami two soldiers who had nothing to do with the race, the horrible deaths of two chauffettrs, the probably fatally injuring of several daring automobilists is the death trail of the ran of 348 miles from Versailes to Bordeaux. In view of the number of accidents. Premier Combes has forbidden the con tinuance of the contest on French terri tory. The second stage of the race, which was to have been continued on Tuesday, i...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

GOSPEL OF RESURRECTION powerful Address By the Rev. Henry C. Swenlzcl. Whit Hopeless Task It Seemed to De to Convert (be Human family to the Oos Pel ol Jesus Christ. Nkw YonK Oitt. Dr. Henry C. Smut-' tel rector of St. Luke's Church, preached. S.indaymorninnon"The(.ospeloi t"'' urrcction." lie took his text from Arts ivir IS- "He preached unto them Jesus snd'the resurrection." Dr. fSwentwl Mid: ' With what noble confidence diu the spos tolic church et out to serve its world-wide miMion. It had a new religion to proclaim, n g'orious message from Hod for all the races of mankind. It wan not provincial, jut catholic. It began in Jerusalem, but it linked forward to comparing the whole rurth. Wherever it went it encountered belief' and rites which were venerable, im pressive nnd upheld by the prestige of, wealth, rank and culture, but it was ione tha lew devotetl to its huge work. V hut a hopeless task it seemed to be to convert the human family to the gospel or Jesus ( iirit. The Master...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

I. I ' ', Vl' VMHITl' linn in Published Every Thursday. R. W. PFCK Frfifnr anI PrnnriMni. AlcCONNELLSUURU, PA. MAY 27, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. a1iVKHT1SI.NO ratks. IVr)Uirf of MlnniS ttmr no I'it vjuarc p;-h Nuitsequi-iit Innrrllnn...! 5o' All utlvcrtiwmoiitM Insertt-d for li-tn timii t'iroc n.umtn i-lmn-rd by tho wguiire. 'i 'no, i ..Vrn .. 10 00. One fourth column .. Oiio-hii.f ooiuitm One Column 4u.t. r ' moo. :s Noth'nf Inserted for vh thiin It. I'rof .;-i.sioniil Curd- one y?ai .y CAREER OF C. DRYDEIi, BASE-BALL HUMORIST, North American's Star Sport ing Writer Has Been Describ ing Game Since 1HP.9. STARTED IN THE WEST. Has Been by Turns Sailor. Angler, Iron Moulder and War Correspondent. Among the special writers who pive The North American sport ing department its distinction none is better known than Chas. Drydcu. Mr. Dryden has been called the George Ado of base ball. His humor is as fresh and as sponta neous as that of the famous au thor of Fables...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. A KISS DEFINED. TIIK SHOW HAND. The show-bnml aya a purty as it list t' play, I s'pose; I Htnml an' listen to It as it thumps an' brays ond blows. But Btill thoy's somct.hln' laokln' that I ust t' love t' hear Don't seem t' lilt my heart at all, but lodges in my eiir. Think maybe I could miss th' whole parude an' never mind It don't sound like It ust to when I tagged, along behind. I shut my eyes a minute an' it all comes back agin That first wild bust o' music with a word o' thrillin' in; Me fallin' In behind It with my head up in th' air, Not seeln' where I'm poin'-an' b' George I didn't care. Hut now, although my hearin' good, the thrillln's hard t' find It don't sound like It ust to when I tagged along behind. I didn't know th' title of a single tune they played Th' thing I hankered after was th' music that they made; I didn't know th' meanin' of anat'ral, sharp or Hat; If some one said "crescendo" I'd a- asked 'em what was thnt? For, circus days, a boy all t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

Hrc. ri fc. toHy moQuroenti -There,, by humble tooe, In. 'iV'roplil HwW UnKnov It err "He loiinkr ypn or H bri?2- v - V V i: i: Y Memorial I)ny Is celebrated with Impressive ceremonies in Ar lington National Cemetery nt Wash ington. Standing upon the steps of tit-n lit I fill Ailing tnu House retlee tlons erowil thick The grass-grown ind fast u.ion one. Hounds, with their gleaming marble Itiiernilnaljly. nml ilabs, stretch away :he wind plays an eternal dilge union;; :he bough of the n ntinellng oaks, (low vividly it ail comes hack the lorrllile carnage, the desolated homes, '.he broken hearts and bodies. Happily :be most of those who wrought nnd luffered nro beyond tin' blighting nicm )ry of It now. anil from that baptism )f blood nnd lire the Nation has risen itronger and better, one and ludlssol lble forever. Vet It is not quit-' forty years since 1 President, whom the assassin's hand 1 waited, stood on lli-so same steps .vith :hu l.iad of the. OnarUrniaster's department. Ceneial...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

A DANCER SPOT. dnngeron spot for pain Is tin' si. mil of I hi- bnck; it tolls of kidney Ills, ns do most pllllts mill tithes In tlx buck. Kidney ill begin with I'.'irkni ho nnd nid with Dlnlietcs. I H op s.v, llrlftht's Ills ense, Cure Kid. ney and Rind- dor troubles before they rench the wri. ous tce. Itend how cosily It tuu be done. W. J. IIHI, of 40 South t.'nlnn street, Conrord, N. ('., proprietor of hiirdwnrc nnd harness store. Justice of Hip retire, and one of the lipnt known l osldcnts of that rlty, snys: "Donn's Kldnpy rill proved very efficient remedy In my cuse. I eot a box nt the Gibson Iirtig Store and used them for tl:sor derpd kidney nnd bicknehe, from which 1 had experienced n grotit deal of imnoynnce. trouble nt:d p;iln. The kidney secretion lind bothered me for a lone while, wpre very Irrr-gnlnr. dnrk colored nnd full of sediment. The Till? cleared It nil up nnd I Inve not had no ache In my back sin" tnking the Ins doce. My back Is much stronper and my health genera...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 May 1903

1 ipjM-d beef at ' iru in s. Hon. W. .Sciitt, Alexander is ul t n i i i n 1.1 10 lii'puh!i';iii State convention this week. dipt, anil Mrs. C. T. Dixon of Sipi's Mills, spent a d;iy or two iti ti ii lust week. A fresh suin.lv of Cakes and ! 11 " i crackers at Irwin s. Merril . Xace was in Harris burtrlast Wednesday. Ikirnuni ar.il l!;ii!ey were also there. I). V. Trout, Max Sheets, A, M and C. :. Seville of this place spent last Sat urday at Chambers burg. Tho boys got up a scrub game of base ball on the Athlei.ic grounds in this place last Satin--; day. The Hynd man (I :cdford conn-: ty Bulletin was sold last week to . I. N. S .vnjio, a newspaper man of ; Miipl 'Ion, Huntingdon county. Lake lish and Potomac Herring i at Irwin's. j While we were sweltering with I the unusually hot weather o last week tlie greater portion of Mou tana was covered with teu inches ,.f wll, oi suow. , Thirtythree thousand j.ersons are dying each week of plague in " f I India, according to a report from 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

VOLUME' 4. McCONNIiLLSUUKG, PA. JUNE 3, 1)03.. NUMBER 38 A FORMER FULTON COUNTY BOY. Appointed on the Board of The Eastern State Penitentiary Iu the appointment of Dr. Wil liam Duffield Robinson of Phila delphia, on the Board of Inspec tors of the Eastern State Peniten tiary, Governor Pennypacker has made an excellent selection and pleases many of the early as well us late frieuds of Dr. Robinson ia assigning him to that position. The Doctor is a son of one of Fultou county's well known for mer citizens the late John Rob inson, who for many years own ed and successfully conducted the Big Cove Tannery in Ayr township. After quitting school at the old Chambersburg Academy, he en tered Cressler's drug store in Chambersburg where he served an apprenticeship of three years. But desiring to better fit himeelf as a pharmacist, he, in 1874, went to Philadelphia and entered the store of McKelway & Barrell, and while there, took a full course in the Philadelphia College of Phar macy, from...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

DEATH AND RUIN ' IN FLOODED AREA Worth Topcka, Kansas, Scene of Terrible Destruction. XOO PEOPLE DEAD AND 200 MISSINO. Niabera ot People Drowned or Unaccounted For la Other Parts of Flooded Districts in Three States Manr Fatalities Feared From the Sallerlof and Exposure Endured by Hundreds ol Women and Children The Property Lorses la Topeka Estimated at $4,000,000 Public Buildings Turned Into Skelters lor the Homeless. More than 200 lives lost, 20,000 people homeless, property valued at $6,000,000 to $8,000,000 destroyed, crops damaged to the extent of several million dollars, thousands of sheep and other livestock drowned, great industries like the Armour, Swift and Cudahy packing plants temporarily stopped and railroad traffic interrupted make up the terrible record of the flood and fire disasters in Kansas, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska. Hundreds of mile of country and numbers of small towns are flooded, but lhe indications are that the waters have done their worst, and the Kansas ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

IN THE RAIN. In the rnin Perched upon my window-pane fiat spnrrow slcrk and vain, Wondrous wine, all sound and sane, Cliiri'in? nhnrp H pert retrain: "Let mo in!'' "Let me in!" Fsst the rnin Phc o'er the window-pane; Why should sparrow not complain, Scarce A foothold to retain! . bolder now her shrill refrain: "Ift me in!-' "Let me in! How the rain Purics '(lainst my window-pane j will breast it might and main, Open wide: now, not in vain! Soft the wee thing'i glad refrain; "I nm in!" "I am in!" Fierce the rain Ftmidlina at my window-pan. Hark! mid city's roar and din Voices of human waifs in sin! Out of the darksome street and lane, With moans of anguish, cries of pain, fnhbing like the sobbing rain, This, O God, the sad retrain: "Tcke me in!" "Take me in!" -Frances Fenton Sanborn, in the Boston Transcript. THE T0BOQQ1N. A Tala of the Italian Fish lng Fleet. By BERNARD EAR11Y. IS the little cottage on the i sownem Slope or Tele I graph Hill, Mta was re pealing many Ave .uurias befo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Lvcry Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. ALCONNLLLSBURG, PA. JUKE 3, 1003. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. Ai rr.llTlslNo HATES. Pit qunrv of f line 3 tlmci II NO. Pit scii:iro t'iich Hul)sviii'iit InM-rtlon..., to. All ailvi-i iKcm-nti I11-..TI01I for less than t'ir.'P month 'liuv.d by ttm ...par'1. m.i-.. I il rims, i I vr . 'tnc. fourth '-ohmm. Ont'-!):i!f i il umn . . . . ' ino 1 .ultima ,.(IMl. . . Jr IH .. 4U. I.I. t .11.IIH. 10.00. m 00. Noihlur Inn'rti-d for less than (I. Professional Cards one yrarf.Y HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL Sketch of Rev. Win A. Wot. 1). I), ot the Presbyterian Church .McCmicllsbiu , I'a. 'Cnnlinui'it I'ru'i: Kllsl li') "A more frontle, invcly ("u-isii.m woman nt;vir lived. " From such a royal auce-try cann! our bolovod hrotlior, a peo ple of siiDpli! and hearty man ners, of strong hands and stout hearts, of honest and sterling virtues of pure religious faith and unswerving convictions. Tt is worth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE FULTON COUNTY Sunday School 'Association, Wool Cording; WELLS TANNERY, PA,. JUNE II AND 12, 1903, OrHK'Kits I'rpsldi'nt, H. W. IVrU; Ittrorrlintf Secretary, Miss -Minnie ISaiiinjrui'ilnnr: IVrmuneut Secretary, M. Jv. Slmflner: Treusurpr, Dr. J. W. Mosscr. Kxkcttivk t'OMMiTTKK Genrjre V. Mays, K(;v. C M. Smith, Georgo W. Itti-snnr. ('oMMITTKK OS K.NTKUTAlXiMKNT Mrs. W. II. liiiumardnpr, Mrs. Geo. W. Sines, Miss KltxalinUi linker, Miss Alice Oritllth prooram. ::on. '.I'M. 1:45. 3:0.".. U::io. :30. :4.". 8:00. 8::i0. !t:00, !:15 :43. THCRSOAY AKTKHNOON. Devotional Exercises Grueling, Miss Alice Wishurt. llesponse, Hon. 1). II. Patter son "Why A6 are here, und needs of our schools.'' Inllucnco of teachers on their classes. John D. Smith. Enrollment of Delegates, and Appointment of Committees. Organization of Local Schools. Hugh Cork. TIIUHSIJAY KVl'.NINU. Devotional Exercises. The Importance of ' Sunday School Kecords. Prof. N. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

SECRET OF CHRISTIANITY Suniij Sermon By Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott. Nut Fine Windiws snJ Muilc, Bui Mtkinj Ibi World Wis.-r and Bel er A Chrls'lan's Duty. Nr.w YnitK City. At the Clmrcli nf the rilirrims. Ilrnnkiyn. T)r. Lyman Ahtmtt prenrheil Sund.iv morning on "The Se?rct of Christianity. '' I It look for his text Luke ii: M: "t'nto yu is horn, tins :!ay, in the city of ll-ivid. a "saviour, which is Christ the I,orl." and said: In the Annlo-.axon version of the New TesKsment the word "Saviour" is ren dered for the Anglo-Saxon word "helper." Yivs know also t lint the word "Christ" is out A prnoer ni"ie, but a title cquiva'ent t "The Messiah" the Lord. F.vctt irrrat movement him nt the henrf. or it ome seeret. whieb if we ran discover it. will disclose to "s the iieeret of tli.it jirrot movement. What in the wret (it the heart of (hristianitv, which hits ninde it the (jieal nnivcr that it in? In askinit on to consider thin ouetion yon will un derstand, of course, thot I am not tinder tak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

Health and beauty are the glories of perfect womanhood. "Women who suffer constantly with weakness peculiar to their sex cannot re tain their beauty. Preservation of pretty features and rounded form is a duty women owe to themselves. When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstruation, weakness, leucorrhcea, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that bearing down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, back ache, bloating (or flatulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, or aro beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melan choly, "all gone " and " want-to-bc-left-alone " feelings, blues, and hope lessness, they should remember there Is one tried and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound removes such troubles. Case of this Prominent Chicago Woman Should Give Everyone ' Confidence in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Deab Mrs. Pixkham : It nr?o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 June 1903

l iirt I ittlctun. Dr. S. II. I'viiki'V lias just re-turiH-il from Now Ym'U, where ho was taUitiLr a lirief course in practice in an institution if that city. Mrs. A D. (iomIoii of this place has roturnt'il from West Newtou, where sh" ;itrt. tho winter with her son. l-,-ter. Miss Auua M. Hockley is spend my a few days at fJurnt Cabins the guest of Miss Auua Doran, who has just finished au eight months' term of school in Clear tield county. Children's Day service will bo held in the M. K. church at tins place next Sabbath, Juuo Tth, at lM:iiO a. in. Au entertaining time is looked for, as rehearsals have hern in progress for some time D. Iv. Wilt, wife and son Willie who have been in the employ of the Itafer's at the Bedford Hon so Bedford, Da , for several years are now spending a few days with his parents, M. S. Wilt and wife. Samuel Mayne and wife, pro prietors of the Hagy House, Mar tiusburg, Da., spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Alex Mayue and wife. Samuel is one of D....

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