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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 February 1900

t Bam the Candle At Both Ends.1 li-lW Uwik you can go on drawing vi- 55j ftn Hit blood for nerves, stomach, itln ami muscles, without doing some t t iJ re fact H. Hood's Sarsaparilla 'l(,"jr. rrr i'C. mental and digestive strength u-nri !ui a and vitalising the blood. Thus xnrLhii-ii ana vtiaustng me oioou. r!ps tnmfvjorked and tired people. i If. ft Sam it to tDmMd'a ChrUtmaa 1'rnnnt, rm Brooklyn Life: Ruth Did Of get anything from Santa Clang, Bald? CJoiiHin uonaia you Dot I a i L I pet a good llckln' rer caliin pn mi' pullln' hla beard off! o! ' Kflnr on flf Ornnnif. Oltv Indnndflnt: Daflher- I! Ho's ll the time hnrplng about i Bynrallh. Flasnnrly Well, that i only name over there In the Trans ite' it t!m ha knowi how to pronounce. in luirsS" (Hi M" ? rs.t oil ThroM and l.nnK AlTrctlona, THOUGH SYRUP :-kiS SURE fun i rnii tun Uyiptptt: 7ia, or ja A Btory of Twin. tlo.fi J.-owndea and Richard Lown n l I, sons , of Governor Lowndes of a'rylanl, are twlng and look very ft jcb. bUke....

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. — 1 February 1900

r FlRSONAL. liuiher I'M. Uruko sient TueHilii y uiuotitf friends in Franklin county. Min.-t Maine Goldsmith left Monday moi'iiiun for a visit iiiiionjr friends in I fHiTlwlinrjr. Lloyd A. Mellott of Pleasant Uidjre, rrave the News iolllce a rail while in town Friday. W. W l'eok, of ( 'ovaft, took advan. tnjre of Inst Friday's gentle liree.es to make 11 trip to ttie county seat. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Johnson of Laldij; were pleasant visitors at tho home of the editor last Saturday. Mr. William Hid ford of Franklin county was In attendance at the funer al of his uncle, W. A. Nesbit Monday. liruce Stoner and his sister Miss Jennie were culled to ( Ihambcrsliury; last Friday on account of the serious illness of their sister Mrs. Blanche Martin. Henry F. Garland and family of l.elhel township have removed to Cleartield. They are estimable people und we trust they mav find their new home pleasant. W. 11. Wapncr, o Knobsville, was in town Tuesday. He expects soon to manufacture a quantity o...

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. — 8 February 1900

4V AcC0NNliIlSI3URCj, PA., FEBRUARY 8, 1X)( NUMBER 21. El. .4 it 11 v v lii; !E mm I0DITJT7Q n'-f lyin;' nit over f rtujirr iJiLiOi i ,,fll,,. ,, f .(riiii. 'nniKui siiot and bullets rahied all nrotitid us. Wo turn l.tllit'O finC I l:cnt no tho lire Ull'll our 111111:1. inn ion N: J I 1 Ml. 1 lllli. 1 U. I v.-,,;ih(m1 til nti--rcstinK'y Active j ,,,i,"t x a tiio Island of Cebu. j when we c $11 M i i;n si'oiM.i) n't ni: fof November."), lS!i). Mr. 1 nris the following very lr: ks ifO, next. Tuesday, tin' mountains. About j jr leaving town, we struck I Tin j are ttic foothills ; jnnUni. ranges in this is- 'ixitdill inul mountains, girptlrm of the lust ran"'.', kd to the very lop with f. biumna plant utioiiH and tin- fort: hut Ri:V. .JACOI? n.SS!.r.K DI'.AI). ' Mrs. Isnhcila N.nl nttc: VOHti.' N ;-i .nn. (.1 T SiiS IOOI. inn hnv, inul hi nriiif.f nothing or ' ... . . 11. ..1 ... 'I I CWIlljll I KM H ' vi. .... ... 1 1. :.... Ives, tin' no' j .fcr.vcnrcl with mahogany, ood, etc. gj I th...

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. — 8 February 1900

LARGE FOKIE IN THE FIELD Kngland' Troop llelng I'oiirod Into Africa, Hut Delayed In Getting to the Front. London, fliy Cable.) -The remarkable leclurntlon of Mr. YVyndham. of the War niu, Id the IIoiim of Commons, thnt Great Drltaln will have Iti a fortnltrht lHO.OoO rog Jlurs in South Africa. 7,000 Canadians and Australians, and 20,000 South African Vol .uiteers, is revived with wonderment. Of :hls total of 213,000 troops, with 43U tun, ill are now there, with tlio exception of bout 18.000 that nro allont. Beyond rom larlson this f tlio largest force Grent Drit ila lias ever put In the Held. At the end of .he Crimean war she had scraped together W.000 men. Wellington at Wuterlooo bad iS.000. The general tone of the morning papers Is that his figure will atonish the country. I'.oughlyspenklng, only 80,000 men are at .he front. Ten thounand others have been lost, and ten thousand are shut np at Lady. rnltl). Excluding tlipse, there aro 70.000 troops w ho have not yet Ixmui In action....

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. — 8 February 1900

si Ml. 1.1!"" it (Speoial). Some jrot effective gowns ""'Hi now oniiiK made " toh is to take place 1. Tbvaro to be of ''.o of pinkish liloo "lo. The materiul ,p'(Tho skirts, which i j'trninn, havo three i 'fall around the bot- fhavo yokes of the tucked, anil elbow "K'-tly satin. The col jiunll, tnckod, and ' to wear large white front, with rufllod down oo the skirts. sl '.ti young girls will parfcry effaotive. They iKl-ttll, with a band of Mild the oiown, and r''imull rosette nt the vi'' be brius, resting on rose of a very their hands they Ube latest novelty ' berty-satin muffs, Bo the gowns, with Jds of white mull. "' t to be imported p L, flie a seen here at Ut h will take place at lrl ihionable churches oi .fctodiy set a fashion be eft. At auother re n.i brideiu.iids carried iH-fuflled tulle, whioh M'-bridolo her chosen ;i ,, '-"'ifl Vnsl nines. I0'iew costumes are " illuntrsAiou, taken inl'tv. This Dublica- re ai d mnn flm ,ed silk gown, with ;oi.d trimmed with a uvknipnni" lace...

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. — 8 February 1900

r FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. PliCK, Editor. .. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Feb. H, l'Xio. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. COM'MMU'MS. 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. A WOMAN'SSOLII.OOl YIN 151SO. I From tin- New Orleans 1'ira vunc. 1 know my IiukImiiuI really tries A pleusunt home to make, lint ho can't seem to make such lies As father used to hake. He kee)s the parlors very neat: Cure's for the hahy, too But, oh, he doesn't roast the meat As papu used to do. He has good taste in cutting out And sewing his own clothes. That means economy, no doubt -- Hut father's cooking goes! I really must insist that Jake Shall seek a cooking school And learn to make such jiies und cake As father does, by rule. And then how proud and glad Fll be When ma brings father hero, To hear her say, "It's plain to see ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 February 1900

V HILTON COUNTY NEWS. : i:m c.u.'s advk.k to yoim; mk. jot CiMints of a barroom c-n- aiV-fyou, 2. Do'riot uso tobacco. !T r'.nicf.ntriito. llsivinif u- L'wl upon a ci-rtn'm lin! ot work, fconUiiuo mid combine uton that iutv 4. Do not shirk: riitluu- tf- bo- M.ni twin r Til1 il:. Do uot lot any Immf? mil" Uiink lio lias pri'it.rni- I .. . . A I ...- IklIi'Il! ll It ft V 111 - n Li tlio Work aMsifjrnod him. I'm- "'Wotion cottios from exceptional Korlf. Amaii must discover whore 'His employer's interests lie and II thou push for those. C I Thoyouutf man who does this flths young man whom capital pants for a partner and son in law. He is the young man who : y and by reaches tin1 head of jhe, firm. .'). Save a little always. What jver your wages, lay by some ' Ijiing from them. ,l j 0. 4N over speculate. Never buy (tockH or grain on margin. '!'-7. Nver indorse. Whim you ter od business for yourself LviM. inilnvse for others. It is on. tor.tishouest. All your resources lad all your credit...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 February 1900

J i ( W rVlfl'l'UI.'ll I'll I p A Comedy of By H. J. O'Higgins. i u N explanation it must bo i f, II acknowledged that the "live Filipiuo warrior ami wilil uniu" liml endured inoro cUiiiTId, that day, from the "barker" of tlio JfYV show than his solf-respect ljr as a while man and a citi- ' f.en would allow him to hour cheer fully. And for tlntt roiiHon he sulked nt table whoa the management and the staff of tho Bowery "Falaeo of Illusions and Turkish Beauty Show" ' aat down together in their eating s room to a luuchoon of bread" nnd snu : sagos. It was the midday iutermis nion. Below stain, the barrel organ , was dumb. Tho wicket of the ticket ollico was empty of its viaiou of bella donna eyes and cornstarch shoulders. Tho hall of illusion of inoandescent lights an.l bewildering mirrors was dark and deserted. And the curtains , in the last compartment of the exhibi . tion parted limply on vacant stage ; whero two ancients in flaxen wigs had ' been posing agaiust tho Bhabby huug ; i...

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. — 8 February 1900

I ANOTHER FILIPINO REVOLT I IS! jt Comedy of N explanation it must bo ' acknowledged that the "hvo Filipino warrior anil wild unin" had endured raoro chaffing, that flay, from the "barker" of tho !,rvy ohow thau his self-respect lT as a white man and a citi zen would allow him to bonr cheer fully. And for that reason he sulked ut table whoa the management and tii staff of tho Bowery "Pulaoo of Illusions and Turkish Beauty Show" sat down together in their eating room to a liinchoon of bread and sau sages. It was tho midday iutermis ftioa. Below stairs, the barrel orgau was dumb. The wicket of the ticket oflico was empty of its vision of bella donna eyes and cornstarch shoulders. Tho hall of illusion of inoandesceut lights and bewildering mirrors was dark and d exerted. And the curtains in the last compartment of the exhibi tion parted limply on a vacant stage where two ancients in flaxun wig hud beou poniug against the shabby hang ing of a Turkish harem. Hero in tho eating-room, tho ...

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. — 8 February 1900

REV. DRJALMAGE. IE EMINENT DIVINE'S SUNDAY DISCOURSE. abjfrr? A Warning SiairladTh Talent of tha Church of Clirtet U Vnd- i vclopod and It (nmr Dormant. Knumr Profit ll Till. (Copyright IKK. ; WAiKunu-wK, D. 0. In this dlseonrss Dr. lrr.stf snows now in enass or right unuii has lost monr ot Its wnapons and kw they am to be recapturnd rind pnt Into frntlYa operation; text, I. Bamnn-I illl., Lii- 'Hot there was no smith found , ronliMit all tue laad of Israel, for ths alllitlr.t.i :uild, Lent tha Hebrews rnaka 'lmm snord I or speiirs. Dot all the Israel ica wnnl dowu to the Plilllstlnes, to UirpoD eTorjr am a tils suitra, nnd hU cool a Kr.A bin ax, and hid mattock. Yet thaf W Dlr for tbo mattock, and tor tba oonl r and fur tba forks, nud for tbe axes, hid to suirpen tba (roads." j.'trhut a Kallln aubjugatlon for tbe Is Diitmi Ube Fblllatlniw badrarrlad off all 1 t bisei-innlttas and torn down all tba i nel-airjIltK)' shops nod abolished tha blank jl( tfibs' trade la tba land of Israol...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 February 1900

V V- CEV. DRJALMAGE. te EWIWENT DIVINE'S SUNDAY DISCOURSE. '"'V.lrcu. n He pr. Ijool: A framing Soatidfirt .Tha Talona 1 ml tha Church of C'lirut la Ifnrta- (rtloord ! lla r.nnrgr Dormant , tha fcnetny Profit b Tbl. i tOorrrlKht laoa.) .A.mxa-r , D.O. In tblndlfteonrn Dr. , bihko liows bow the cauno of rlRht- Iiiam !.'- lout man, ol Iti weapon and "t II) r J am to ba recaptured and pat Into Stl operation; text, I. Bamnal ml., "Nt' tbra waa no amlth found iprtiirtinul all tUa laad of larnnl, for tha Uritlnr" mid. Lout tba Hnhrawi maka ft awonl ) or apenra. Dot all Iba Israel, nl.i, wool down to tha PblliHtlnea, to t hir. avry man bla alinre, nnd M eonl ... and Hul, and hla mattock. Tatthef ya die for too mattock, and for tba ooal- Tandrortba forka, nnd lor tba azsa, 1 Jto almrpfo tba goads." n, ant a Rllln(t aubjunatlon for tba Ia t Htwt The i'blllatlnna had carried off all S,:,i kMin!tba and torn down all tha Uf k-i)H'.' ahopa nnd abolished theblaok tiB" trada In the land of Iiraol....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 February 1900

(ioldsmit.h, the T.iilnr. A full line of si ,i de jjrooi r!''S at Kohitiion's. Culture Is nil ri;.:ht in a vminy wn!ii llii hut it. fdiouldn't. complC'dy over shadow her ability to sew on e in;; I on. rashioiialih' society is iiii .unhappy n;rrejfn! ion of lii-inf-i who ate afraid to cat u i i 1ck w ithout ji-cl in;r i 1 1 ' . When it wotnsin looks most iiil"r't iiiln tan sermon. she is fo'iiorii lly plan iiinir h:v.v slip can t n new waist out of her tli in nest oM Milk pelt ii'ont. The only millionaire h is capable t)( telling other people how to live tun' prosper is ho who has risen, throuel many tribulations, from the ranks of the toilers. A West Mn in Street niiiiil ,was in clined to he Hentimeiitiil. "What remedy," she ashed. "Is there for t) broken heart':1" The" prart ie l .oi:n man urose to the occasion. ''Why not try 'splioiny;':'' ho siio-osted." Ami now the cards w ill soon be out. Louis '. llailoy, for several years a resident of this place ciio-njred in the jewelry bus...

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. — 15 February 1900

1 4 LUME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., FEBRUARY 15, 1900. NUABER 22. Inlttm Connellsburg c TY-KINE YEARS AGO. I the Kan who were Engaged in Business at that Time. ,1 n . Have a- oopy of the thirty-second 1 If the Fulton Democrat which be ts career In McConnellsburg "l the first of September 1H."0. It , testing to look over the old pa d see who were among those ac pngagnd in business, and the 1(- tment of public; affairs in the t at that period. Democrat otllee at tllllt ti,ne was 'old building now being torn ''' jby John Sheets. Win. C. Mc i father of the widow of the late (ohn A. Robinson, advertises a flock of boots and shoes cheap h or country produce al his fa a room in the same building bhnston Work Informs the peo it he has the "Bargains of Two at hl store in the room now lv.. ed by IL C. Smith &Co. v Francis ('. Reamer uses a half t to toll the people that he has a Itock of everything from a calo iwder to a llsh-hook nt his Drug T)ne door west of Mark Dickson's J i known as the...

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. — 15 February 1900

THE NEWS. ilanl fl- In III lirooklyn NiuX Vxril. Admiral Philip was lightly hurt byTxrokrii glas. Ira Tressler, twiiWly-one J''1"' of age, duped from Unloutown, J'-. wlih bis Step mother, seventeen years old. A windstorm awept through tho North wuet, demolishing a number of houses n'l Injuring fifteen people (u Colllnsvllle, Mo. last. Louis a uumlwr of dvrnlllntfs were wrecked and two people were killed. William P. Miller, tho nhsoondlng bund of the "Franklin Hyndloutn," of Brooklyn, a concern which promLsed to pay Investors ten r cent, a wok, was drought to polloe head quarters lu New Turk. The Hartford Theological Seminary has received reports from forty-live college and universities In twenty States, showing tho religious conditions in Diem. The steamer (late City, from Savaumth for lioston, went ashore near Moriches, Long island. All tho passenger and crw urn ro Iorted safe. Iu a wreck on Uooeh Crook division of the New York Central, nt Uordon Heights, thr;u men were killed mill...

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. — 15 February 1900

J V OLD LETTERS. :it fcnr Ut t u I w . i nnlvln "1,4 XI inn U "1,4 Tmr i l 1101. nnit roiinnry. it-,oi m win innc; Binio-"ft, love'd dronm- lni(f Ktnnrd sheaves. " .iwt tfiPV brlnR us, pn. .Hid t') yenr? ,l("ijnt lit tholr dlonplns, ""ni.fs annolilue nud teni'4. thnt rlmitHre I, by bright linir; OW DICK WON. 1 i..nl,A.I I Ifl 11 f f riv.,,,. i . fnlr. I Tllfe. , 'rom i " It u. t'lth,, 'rntar ' Co:.. 'IflJW. 1 tba: 1 1', ;: ud.., .. rt-mi, irnoi I-:. 'Vint COD.) Mir E r A title of a hall In In sn.i-n, A unrip of n jrown thnt wai worn, A ennlMwite's news of a henrthronk, A lovdr's pugs, tnttered and torn; A xlill'l' painful hrin.l thnt was Riitdnd To triii-M out It lint word of love; A miiuir of birth ri nl ot sorrow, A brlJul souu;, srnlod with a dove. TIiot flutter and drift from their nioorlnff. Llko wlille thoughts thnt quiver Hud lilne, Droppod deep in tho linnrt of forever, Tim iit. thnt wns tultiu nnd In mlu. Ay. ashes ot rison, I senttor Vonr momorlos, nvnr tha same, Av. Huhun...

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. — 15 February 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published livery Thursday. 13. W. I'fcCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, FA. Thursday, Feb. 15. woo. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertisiiur rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. Tin: soi.nn.irs chit. I had been out in tho Held with the American troops in the Phil ippines and as many of the wounded were being taken into the statiou I followed. On enter ing a great big brawny fellow at tracted vny attention, lie was propped up against the wall and a pipe in his mouth, smoking like a chimney. "Well, my man," I said, where did they get you?" "Iu the leg, mum." "Does it hurt much?" I asked, as I gave him some malted milk. "Include it does, mum; but its worth t.ll the pain iu the world to see sooh a nice lady as yourself nitiore." He had never mur mured, although his leg was broken iu two places.. Such grit and such unselfish ...

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. — 15 February 1900

. COUNTY NEWS. L.I.l) s a harx. in- oliiliiron at the blolstst Wcduosdiiy Mrs. rl-V.ior. a iniikllnapd if Jvist Pikeland town fclcr county, wont to tlio 3 linriiW licrsi-li. Po 1,ln siuicido can bo ns '. bholcfta uoto ou her bureau which road: jusbaml I lcavo every frou to raise our children Susan H. Anthony's 1'iirdic Mfe. ilno children wore? at Qrs. Faber prepared their Jth hor usual care, sot and when they came " them tojro ahead with '-I Then who loft them I ieim time for them to re "chool they begun wm" ere .she was, uud her hter, Ida Faber, went rn to investigate. There, high from a beam of the .ho saw the body dang C was quickly cut dowu, as tnon extinct. 3 ir to carry out her pur i Faber had to climb a Ider to the loft. She j f,,n tad of the rope four found the beam, and Se other eud iu the same jrouud her nock. Then fed off the ladder and ll' Ogled.' t Construction In KS1)!. lilway Gazette in its eur fe gives an interesting re ?railway construction in ..fed States, Canada a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 February 1900

1 NEW YORK FASHIONS. f Designs For Costumes That Have Be ll come Popular in the Metropolis. hi New Yoiik City (Special). The long box coats are being more and wore worn every lny, and quite as fashionable for the juveniles as for the f il: f Kk 1 1 I w lo 4 J ft1 .1 fill A YOUTHFITI BOS COAT. grownups. This stylish one present ed by Le Costnrae Royal, for girls in their teens, is of gray broadcloth, with the indispensable stitching and large white pearl buttons. The broad, double, shawl-like Dollar is a new and attractive feature, distinguishing this coat from the usual run. The New 8irlnff lUoua. The new spring blouses are looser in front than last year's, but as it is crown to cross upon the hair und then knot in front with long floating ends. A lre to Km Iteineinhcred. .V dress that may be remembered beyond tho close of the season was lately worn by Mr. Ooorge Gould, at Georgian court. The underskirt of exquisite silver gauze wan plaited over pale blue moussoline de soic, which, ...

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. — 15 February 1900

M,dl ' rlc,I- 1 i I,..:.!. " ""itii n i. le bf, I'lllllOB TALMA6L r DIVINK'S SUNDAY x. :. JOURSB. 1 1, tt.iapnnattiltHy of Thosa Whn "H-il l "'"" o Hplrltnnl rower., from i the Hal tins of tha Weak. 'I bet T (H eyrlRht lnoo.l fctirof. U. 0. In this discourse DC ill (l I ' lorth tho responsibility of sho r strong and well, an In a """Df :i.(!ro h pronohed to tlio din It's Jd "the sliut lu," text, Judge xlv.. I the Jr-smson went down to Tlmnnth." In.i Wtw W ,h ehsrneterol ? Tne ona phase of bin life, if fol- II Wtilto Hi" pnrtloulnrs, would ndmlnls d. i ;rntiw(ir and thn tn I rt 'l f I, but 0ii it nlm of nls olinraetor fraught aoaii of solomu and eternnl Import. f011 tli.te a-ruver lessons we devote our liinuiStlant no dnubt in early llfo (rave iv so. Tliere were two Napoleons 1 liity Sin- il"nn and the man Napoleon a ki!'i ''? two Howard the boy n II...il,.. Kl. .. H!i I tun innn uowiiru imi.. iiotu luB ' ma K.it.mius tlio boy Hamsun and 8ses,J snmnoii but botli alike. Thin a friifct...

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. — 15 February 1900

iiohlninilh, tlie Tailor. I'l-lme Clover Need nt Irwin'. (i to (', (', Itfiiilcr'n for line rmi-tlii-H. lell-Oj the new dessert ut Iloliitisoti'n prtM-er.v. Three onus of tomatoes for 2" eeitts tit C C. Hi tiller's. Tho Sijies Mill puek of "Ktilton County News" had not reaeheel tliat otllijB on Monti uy yet. The Kditor mail.) up the jiaeks, iind is sure the Sijies Mill jrnek stilt-ted on time. If you wunt anything repaired, send postal eard wilh mime anil uddress to II. H. J. II. Dingley, Amurunth, la. Wutches, t'loeks, and sewing machines repaired in tho best manner. Kefer-eni-o if required. Satisfaction guaran teed. Prices reasonable. Light re pairing of every description. Von can buy at Irwin's Canned Corn utNcentsa can; 12 pounds Hominy for 2" cents; the best Vanilla Syrup, IK) cents per gullon; Ileum's Sweet Tickles, 10 cents per dozen: cocoa, 10 cents per box; 1 pounds Finked Outs, 2' cents, and all kinds of Groceries at lowest cash prices. A man may guy, A man may lie, A man ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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