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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local nnd General InlercRl. Gathered at Home or Clipped from our - Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Capt. and Mrs. Geo. W. Fisher. Ilagerstown, are at their farm in jjuck Valley for a few months Scott Unger returned to Altoo- na Monday of last week after having spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Un ger, of Ayr. Frank E. W. Scott, manager of Hotel Terrace, Scran ton, Pa., is taking his annual summer vaca tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Scott, of this place. Our old friend D. R. Mumma of Ilustontowu, spent last Wed nesday at McConnellsburg. He had just returned from a two weeks' visit among friends at Johnstown and in Pittsburg. Mrs. M. A. Dalbey and daugh ter, Miss M. E..Dalbey, are visit ing the former's daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. Reisner, and son, Dr. A. D. Dalbey. Miss Dalbey is a member of the faculty of Ches ter Springs soldiers' orphans' school. The Mount Union Republican says: There is a report in circu lation that a...

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. — 29 July 1903

COME TO ME. LITTLE ONE. Come to me, litt'.e one. drowsy and dcnr, Mother Hill spare ine her dnriing swhile. nm so lonely when twilight is here! ie in my arms, lov;, and nestle and I no little one, dearie, like ynu. No little hand to hold (.lose in the night, No one to dream of the lonely hour through, i'o one to wuko for when God sends the light. Yon fire o sorry? Oh, bless you, my sweet! IVar little tinner thnt wipe ort tne tears! Litt'.e (oft body and little white feet, How will they treat you the terrible year. ! Life in f.iir to a baby like ynu! All thing r wonderful under the nun, tlmbowfl are real and ail stories are true. j. on'.d they might be so when childhood is done. Wi.!! little cyo that are quetionin? no, Life is no Mr inner to von than to me. The Piret worta knowing i never shall knoiv; , The end of tiie rainbow I never shall sec. F.i. ".it tie drowsy me, netlo and sleep l.nl'niiv li.ihv- nil 1nl;ibv-lmv. There alway iu peace i:i the dreams that are ueep Liillahv, litt...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

Mrs. Laura L Barnes, Wash ington, D. C, Ladies Auxiliary to Burnside Post, No. 4, Q. A. Rn recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 44 Indlaeases that come to women only, m a rule, the doctor is called in, some time several doctors, but still matters fo from bud to worse ; but I hnre never known of a case of female weak er ss which was not helped when Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was used faithfully. For youn; women who arc subject to beadarhes, backache. Irregular or pain ful periods, and nerrouR attacks due to the severe strain on the system by some orfrnnic trouble, and for women of advanced years in the most trying' time of life. It nerves to correct every trouble and restore a healthy action of all orjrnns of the body.' " Lydia K.Pinkh'nm'8 Vegetable Compound is a household reliance in my home, and I would not be with out if. In nil my experience with this anedicinat which covers ?ars, I have found nothing to equnl it and al ways recommend it." Mbs. Laura L. D...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 July 1903

Misses Maine lliuismilh and u'VNT CABINS. MiunfeMwknrtonoVfl the Luther Henry MeUowan is very poor nn Iwounion nt I'm M:;r InstThurs 'y with dysontory. (lav. Tliiviilnril I'oulc ii nd wifo of Mr. and Mrs. Klmer WaKiop 1 1'ittshuru, are visiiiny relative and their little daughter ( Jail, and I hero. Miss Nolle Seihort all of Fan-j Nathan Vdt of Nebraska, took nettshurg, are spending a week ' supper with Misses Mary and at the Washington Uonso. j Lizzie Welch last Friday. On account or ropiirs that ore lly McUclioe had the misfor beinf? made at the church at Ned-! tune to his foot last week more preaching services next ! whiU? hauling telegraph poles. Sunday morning at ten o'clock1 Wallacc McCelieo visited his will be held in the P. O. S. of A. i cousl. Clarence f!ype, in Chum Hall in that place. I horsburg a few days last week. Mr.andandMrs.OeorgoSnv'. der, accompanied by their dau hv nna l .r " ' ter,MrS.f;eorgeMockanddai..rb.;"eUsburp' are v,8,tlD'? tvxcnd tor Mildred and son, (Jrl...

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. — 5 August 1903

VOLUME 4. McCOXNELLSISUKG, PA.. AUGUST 5, 1903. NUMI NEXT WINTER'S TEACHERS. GONE TO CONFE RENCE. HARVEST OF DEATH. HARVEST HOME. i ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. MAY BE RESULT OF FALL. Emanuel Fagley Gives Reasons for the Trouble In His Head. WHILE SKATING, PELL ON THE ICE. Or II May Have Come From His Experlenc In Gelling the Body of Mr. Ledridge Out of the Palmer Well. Last Friday Dr. A. D. Dal bey, John P. Sipcs, Esq., and Mr. A. ). Hohman, the commission pp pointed by the court to inquire as to the sanity of Emanuel Fagley, Bat for the performance of their duty, and after the examination of the subject, and learning the evidence of a ni mber of witnesses they recommended that Mr. Fag ley be placed under the care of a State Institution. A few days ago we called at the jail to see Mr. Fagley. He seem ed quiet and seemed to realize his unfortunate condition. He told us that about forty years ago he with a number of companion went skating, and that he foil striking the back of his head vio...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 August 1903

HAD ENOUGH OF THE X RAY Vizard Edison Will Slop Experimenting With It. ASSISTANT PRACTICALLY HELPLESS. KetaM of Self-sacrificing Work In Studying the Possibilities of the Mysterious Power, 4 tbe Noted Wfiird Himself Had His Eye Pat Out of Focus Is Dangerous la Many Ways. New York, (Special). That loss of light, cancerous disease and even death may come to him who is continually exposed to or inexperienced in the use of roentgen rays has been dem onstrated by an awful experiment in the laboratory of Thomas A. Edison. Clarence Dally, an assistant to the "Wizard of Mcnlo Tark " has contrib uted an arm and a hand to this dem onstration, while Mr. Edison himself suffers from the disturbed focus of one of his eyes through cxneriments with the mysterious light in an endeavor to find for it some commercial utility. The chief sufferer, Dally, is left to depend entirely upon the generosity of Mr. Edison, in whose interest, sup plemented by an enthusiastic desire to delve deeper in that myster...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 August 1903

"CHRISTIAN SERVICE" Sunday Sermon By the George D. Adams. Rev. Dr. fill of Iht Spiritual llpllUng Which AblJei With Tho Who Walk Constantly With Ood Chrlatlan Suffering. ' NewYohK CITY. When Rev .Dr. Oco.D. 'Adams, the new pastor of the First Bap hit Church, Lee avenue and Keap atreet, Breached his first acrmon aa pastor of thai thu'rch, ho selected for hia text: Hebrew 1 and 2: "Therefore, let ua alao, aeeing we are compassed about with ao great a cloud of witnesses, lay aside every weight nd the ain which ia admired by many and let in run with patience the race that ia itt before ua, looking unto Jeaua, the au thor and perfecter of our faith j who, for the joy that was before Him, endured the cross, despised the ahnme and hath ant down at the right hand of the throne of God" (N. V.), and said: A very casual observer could easily tell that mnny Christiana have lost the joy of the Christian service which they once had. Jt takes no scholar, nor, indeed, a critic, of Christian life or...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 August 1903

X 1 Y 1 V FULTO, COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday B.'W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. AUGUST 5, 1903. Published Weekly 1 00 rer " f i Annum in Advance -.DVICHTtfltN'i KATKH. Per vim"-"! of lines .1 tlrr.es ai to). Per sguure ciioh suiKequent Insertion.... 60. All advertisements inserted for lew, liao three months nh'.cffoH h. iia One-fourth column . One-hnlf column.... One Column .fin mi. . S6.00. .. to w. : .00 61..OO 7...00 40.00. 55.00. Nothing Inserted for lesa thnn II. Professional Card one year IV Local Miscellany. Luck is the religion of fools. Don't placard your troublou. Man climbs upwn.nl by doing Lis level best. To flatter a sailor give him salt-'.va-ter talTv Whiskey won't hin t a man if lie ints it alone. It loesnt require much efToi-t to jro down hill. The people who trust to hick nro lucky to pet trust. The world Kcltiom looks rosy to the man with red eyes. Some people talk to much to really say anything. To boast of erne's honesty doesn't plwa...

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

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local find (lcncral Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. IIIVINd TIIL: ni-cs. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Mrs. E. J. Miller of Taylor spent last Wednesday at McCon nellsburg. Mrs. Howard Shimer and son, Master Clair, are visiting rela tives in tow u. Mr. George W. Sipos of Need more is visiting his brother in Galesburg, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McEldow ncy, near Gem, spent last Friday afternoon in McConuellsburg. Mrs. Emaline Chesnut of Uus tontown called at the News office while iu town one day last week. Clay Park, the enterprising merchant at .Three Springs, has been ill at his home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Mellott of Belfast township visited their son, Treasurer Geo. B. Mellott, iu this place last week. Mr. Milton Mellott of Sipes Mill came in while in town last Wednesday and advanced his sub scription another year. Mr. and Mrs. George McKib bin of Buck Valley spent a day or two last week with Dr. and Mrs. McKibbin ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 August 1903

THE ATTITUDE. JViere me, 'tis your attitude, The dismal vsntag-e point you take, That tends within your soul to make The world look very dark nnd crude. Believe me, 'tis your attitude. In splendor diy for dny renewed. The cm send-t down her gifts to yott. Hut, hidden in a eavc from view. You cry, "There is no liaht. no good! Believe me, 'tis your attitude. By h.inpincs is ever wooed Your being. a hy sun the earth. Tho' you refine the tendered mirtn. To moan: "I nm misunderstood." Believe me, 'tis your attitude. Minkind is not n lirutal hrood And womankind is sweetly kind-" Aad there's no ilemon hut the blind, l' if k, hitter devil of your moo, l'e'.ieve me. 'tis your u'.titude. l'linz fir the sahle elo.il; and hood, .And leave drear introspection's cave. Out in the open dwell tho hr.ive: 1 he hill, the ir.iirie, or the wood! 'lelieve nie. tint's the attitude. New Orleans 'i itnej-lJerr. ocrar. Uncle Martin's Money. OSKVIM.E was asleep In tli. ilnliciwu ,,r Kuti.lav ill. Rl tcruouu. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 August 1903

! WHEN A POPE DIES. Elaborate Ceremonies 'Carefully Carried Out at tho Demise of the J'iil!..-. Supreme Pontiff Reasons for Ex- ceptton in the Case of Plus IX. njliip "Tiinr n'C the death of the Tope n curious nnd elaborate .cere nion.T, which Is the protrtli of iinm;- centuries, tens rlctl out with cure to the utmost dctnil. l'nrt of this tpremony mny be -sold to be the statute Inw of the C'nthdllc Church nt froiili a crisis, nnd pnrt 'Ih an elaborate cudo it rules trUlch lins become common Inw liy t"Up .precedents of past similar necnsiond. The prescribed ceremonies, which tip- tons to the law t,f the church, dale back to Octolier 1, 15(;2. with the m itltutlon Inx'ti'sondls of This IV. This ronstltutlon -was extended by Gregory K1V., November iri,lfl21, in his Aetert.l Pntris, nnilbotl, received Amplification jy Gregory tu his bull, Pecct Ronmn im rontlflcem, IssupO March 12, HU2. This last-named Instrument was fur ther supplemented by (Clement XII. In 41s Apostolntus overrun, Oc...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 August 1903

Merchant Chiw'ia Trim.x 'of Emmavillo spoilt a few hours in town Mouciuy. Mrs. Kuth 8wo)it? Hpciit, a day or two among friends in town last week. Mr. .1. S. Hill, near Gem wan a ! pleasant caller at this oflice while in town Monday. Dr. and Jlr.s. waitzwelderof Needmore took dinner at t!io j Washington House last Friday. Miss May Mason of Hancock i is visiting iu the home of her un-' cle, Frank Mason, at this place.! , , , , ..larmges nowadays beg1Us ! with courting and froqnon'ly i viius wiiii uivorct: courting. . . ,. Dr. Justus Sincxon's wife and children, Horace and Justus, Jr., of Philadelphia are guests of Mrs M. R Trout. Ilev. William Anthony will preach in McConnellsdalochun-h Sunday morning and Sunday evening August 10th. Miss Katie S. Fore spent last Thursday afternoon at the Jioi ie of Mrs. William Ounuells, at Knobsvillo. Mrs. C. K. Spangler and her aunt, Mrs. Shaferof l'hilade!j;hia spent Saturday alternoon at Daa iel E. Fore's. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Carbau. h j thoroughl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 August 1903

h I ; 1. Mm. VOLUME 4. McCONNX-LLSHUKG, PA., AUGUST 12, 1903. NUM1JER 48 SCHOOLS ARE NOW FILLED Eighty-eight Persona Examined; Seventy Certificates Granted. ElfiHTY-FIVE SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTY Twenty-five per Cent, of the Teacher Are Be ginners, and Twenty-five per Cent. Mold Professional Papers. TAYLOK. The examination was held for this township at Hustontown, on Tuesday of last week. Hut one person was examined, and that one passed. The directors then elected the following teachers: Hustontown, Prof. B. C. Lam herson, $30; Steveas, W. G. Wink 28; Cherry Grove Grace Huston !?-'t; Winegardncr, John Wood cock, 28; Waterfall, Nora Fisher, $28; Gracey, Etnria Sloan, $28; Fairviow, Albert A. Mellott, $28. Laidig, Lillian Fisher, $28. Schools open September 14; DUHLIN. No applicants foi examination. Teachers: Burnt Cabins, E. E. Kell, $35; Muddy Level, Harvey M. Sipos, $25; Ft. Littleton, Myr l!o Stevens, $U0; Chesnuts, David K. Chesuut, $30; Clear Ridge, Lillian Fleming, :J0; Smith's, Em...

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. — 12 August 1903

LIKE AN EARTHQUAKE Tw Toot ot Dynamite Are Exploded by Lightning. HOUSES ARB ROCKED BY THE SHOCK. A Twenty-Pound Ston Filli Through House Qiirter of MMe Away None Killed, but Several loured The Llgh ning Kills Two la Ciroilois Charleston Harbor Ufh( Strack. Akron, N. Y. (Special). In a heavy thunderstorm lightning struck a dyna mite magazine just outside the town line. Two tons of dynamite belonging to the Akron Cement Company were exploded. There was a tremendous concussion, and people hurried from their houses, fearing an earthquake. Houses rocked and glass was broken for miles around. A 20-pound stone fell through the roof of the home of J. II. Trice, clerk of Erie county, a quarter of a mile from the scene of the explosion. The Catholic Church was so shaken that candles on the altar tipped over. No one was killed, but several per sons were slightly injured. Raleigh, X. C. t Special'). A distns trous rain and electric storm did great damage in Stanley county about Al bemarle. Cor...

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. — 12 August 1903

GREATEST THING IN WORLD A'Brllllaot Sunday Sermon By Kev. Daniel MacLaurin. Tb Dlsllofalihed Dlvlat Deliver a Sermon Which It it Scholarly and Reada ble ai Any of Recent Years. New Yopk Cur. Dr. Donald D. Mac Laurin, of Rochester, preached Sunday '.ttnrninff in St. ilohn'a M. E. Church to a large audience. Ilia sermon was the first in a serie on "The Greatest Thing in the World." Dr. MacLnurin laid: I hare most earnestly aonpht to bring you on successive Sundays the best mia fetry I have yet been able to give you, that your lives mny be broadened and deepened and lifted up into higher realm of spiritual achievement; and I could find no theme of greater value, a I saw it, than that which ia suggested by the chanter which I read to you, the thirteenth chap, te- of Paul's first epistle of the church at Corinth. And so for eight weeks, we shall have our texta from this chapter; and this morning you will find our text in the first verse of the hrt chapter of First Corin thians: "It 1 ape...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 August 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEW Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA AUGUST 12, 1903. Published Weekly Annum in Advance AI.VSHT1MMO KATIM ler uure of K line 8 I'm1 Femquitre purh sulweouent Innertion .(1 v. Ali imvertim-ni'-cts inserted for ievi than three month charged hv the rtiiire. )no-fourth enlumn . One-hull column.... One Column ..ft'-1. .. 10 (IU f i.ii. 7:"io CO.'). -O fin. 00. 7f 00 Noltilntf Inserted for les t linn II. lrofcvlona; Canl urn- ye;.r ih five stacii s on mn At soventticn slif said: "I wa-it a man wlio is ardent in a!l love's ways and whose passionate' devo-; tion may never flair. lie must be tall and broad shouldered a-ul handsome, with dark, llasliii.fe' soulful eyes, and. if need lie ro to the ends of the world for ny 1 sake." At twenty she said: "J want a man who unites the tender sym pathies of a woman with the bra very of a lion. I don't mind li s being a little dissapited, because that always adds a charm. He must bo, however...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 August 1903

-4. INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS () Local and (kncral lulcrcxt, linlhcred at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. The Bedford county fair will take place on October (5, 7, and H.' Saxton, Bedford county, is to nave a bank wiili a capital of sjv30, ItOO. Harry Mum ma who had been in tha Cove a lew days wont home last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cutclsall of Greencastle visited Robert aud Win. Cutchall last week. Miss Annie Sheets of Franklin county, is visiting among friends in this place. Miss Cora V. Shoemaker, of Philadelphia is visiting her broth er and sisters in t':iis vicinity. Mrs. W. L. Sloaj who had boon spending a couple of weeksarnoug friends returned to, her home in Buffalo, N. Y., last week. Mr. E. T. Grove of Muddy Creek Forks, Pa., nas been visit ing in the family of Rev. J. L. (irove, his uncle. Mr. E. W. Mellott and daugh ter Mary of Pleasant Ridge were pleasant callers at the News of fice last Thursday. Misses Mary and Bess Patter son en...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 August 1903

OLD TIM& LOSSES. t'pm tlia wliit? m unii.l There s-it a iNtinn hand, Teliinn tlie lo"t that their lives haJ S known, While evenini tv;inpj away Fr.vn hicizy cli.'f nnd l:.ty. And tho sttoug tides went out with wary IllO.ltl. One pnke witli nuivoring lip, ( a t'.iir-treiiflit.v! Iii;. Willi ,vl hi Iwncli'itd t the deep ijoae Inwn; V-,a one lud wilder wo" Kor a fair f.iee 'ts ii Lo-it m the thrker deptln of A grot town. There were wh ' minr:i' 1 llui:- youth U it h a mor lnvm j truth. Tor it-t Wave 1mlm and ii-caioric evct tfrt".'ii; Aad ope upon tlie Y( -t Tu.nr.l an eve tii.r. v.1 ::',l no' i"-t For far-off lnlN whtixon n j iy i 1 l.jcn. THE INFLUENCE OP UK jvung l.v Kind looked ii-.-r-e wirV. f . V down nt li i - rn """ . O t o Hi1 had I'll. ''( d a gunil tlin- J ner n:ul was iu a rensou- "V.OtT alily contented mood. At lews; in; hIiouIiI li:ive ! ii . "Co, ne, rimie, in? dear." lip said In n brusque way that was tjiiiio foreign to him. "yon know that I don't li liee ill it. I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 August 1903

My Hair "I tiad a very severe i sickness I r. 1 pur- 1 er's Hair that took off all my hair. chased bottle of Aver' Vigor and It brought all my hair dscs again. W. D. Qulnn, Marseilles, 111. One thing Is certain, , Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. This is because it 1s a hair food. It feeds the hair and the hair grows, that's all there is to 4t It stops falling of the Ihaic, too, and al ways restores .color to gray hair. I.C a bottta. All vratrlrts. ' If your druggist canuot supply voa, end us onednllar nd we will express you a bottle. ltnre and J?lv the nam of tout nearest express office. Addreea, J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, Mass. REE! 2B TO WOMEN nt-araTlal Pnckaca or mi U -" " - ANEW8POIU.T)r.r(HtW0MEN. Introu e.ni)inM te Abe-.key to woniaa's fctfthb -and Loot, InflmmUo: renetf, IViuo Caturb can. iUi w; L Imtlne uswl ii i vnlul feho Is n rerelntlon I unhliiod elemiMluu und bonllns pavwvr. H kills all o : . In lo-tal Ueatns-ntcr ter.icJo i.lMt In '.ir.Aiit &; Heals I'lrammnti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 August 1903

Mr. I'.. M. Akora, ,f .Ses Mill, spent lust b ruiay in town. i Miss Minnie Unlnoy U vKitiiiff frinnda in C'liatn -r)u rr. Mrs. W A AloxiMioer :mii c'lil drcn of Everett, are visiting rela tives in Cliam bora bur'?.'. Siimuol V. Hart, of Em'miiville, Pa., was in town on Monday. Mr. Hart is jo.s turns tor ut Diinuavi'lc. FiVerett Press. Next Saturday evening, Snu day morning, and Sunday even Miff Rev. Sliull will preach at Uedfxrd Chapel. Ou Monday the new postofiice with the name "Hiram" went in- ... ..,...(;..., ( u. i .... ... i .or .oos.op. f. wm ,)0fltl,ort Littt,tou S.ltur. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews of War-1 j!iyi Sejtember "; Burnt Cabins, fordsburp, speuc Saturday and j Monday and Tuesday, Septem Sunday the quests of their dauh j b,.r 7 onj (tU(1 at Weils Tanner v ter, Mrs. Job Bernhai t. Misses Mabel and Ethel Dixon, who had been visiting in this ouuty left Monday morning for their home at Chambersburg. Harry Irwin a student at 1 he "Williamson school" is spendiug his summer vacat...

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