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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from Exchanges. our CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Mrs. A K. Nesbit of the Cove iws neen seriously m lor several . days. Will Sprowl of Wells Valley, was one of our profitable visitors lost week. Boru to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kotz )f Tod township last Thurs day evening a son. Brick. I will have plenty of brick for sale by next week. Peter Morton Rev. J. V. Adams and family are spending a week or ten days with friends in Everett and Bed ford. Mrs. U. B. btevens and her mother, Mrs. Hannah Goldsmith, drove over to Everett Monday to spend a few days with friends there. There is no cough medicine so popular as Foley 's Honey and Tar It contains no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure. Mrs. Porter Hann and Iwochil dron of Clearfield are visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. Anna Hann, and other friends at Salu via. Miss Lydia Mann of Saluvia, and Miss Katharine Metzler, the popular teacher of the Harrison vi...

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. — 11 November 1903

MEN THAT MOTHERS MAKE. Show me Hint boy who nightly bows t mother's knee to pray; Who wears her golden precept In his heart; Who lava hi hand in hers and seeks her roiinKcl day by day ; . .Whose path in life from hers lie not apart, nd thu hi horoscope I'll cut: ' "Hi name will live among the last." Show me thnt youth whose food right arm encircles mother' form; Whoc lip fear not to ki?s her faded cheek: Who live for her; to hield her and pro tect her from all harm; Who ronifort her wlion she i old and weak. And in the rnming yc?r I tec 1 A man for all eternity. Show me that man whnp life I pure; Hint man who r.mms snort Show me that man who tread the way of fame; Thai mail whoc deed adorn the name of truth and iipritflitm-m; Whose .ml knows not the tarnijhed blush nf slvime, Anl in hi iiifiry thu nrnyd Heboid a man t!i it tn.ith.-r made. -Lwren'-e Porcher llext, in New York i'rcu. MRS. FLETCHER, FINANCIER. By EMMA M. WISE. MO HEX Mrs. Fletcher went around to tli" cut and dog 0 f bo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

Colck I bad a terrible cold and could hardly breathe. I then tried Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, and it gave me im mediate relief.' W. C. Layton, Sidell, 111. How will vour coueh be tonight? worse, prob ably. For it's first a cold, then a cough, then bron chitis or pneumonia, and at last consumption. Coughs always tend downward. Stop this downward tendency by taking Ayer s Cherry Pec toral. Tint sliest 15c, Mc.'tl. All urftlts. UNnnil yonr nnriori ir n. waya ,i. then do aa ho eeye. If ho tell. yn not to take It, then don't take It. tie knows. Lhti it with him. We am willing. J. C. AVER CO.. Looll, Mm. The New Stamp The new 2-cent stamp will probably not feci especially stuck up after the usual abu?e has Lech heaped upon it. The fact is, life is not worth living for an ordinary little postage stamp in these days of clarifying good taste. Some time perhaps a designer will arise who will discard pictures of na tional worthies and confine himself strictly to pure design, and the stamp that he...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 November 1903

After you are done looking at the table ou the 5th page of this issuo, of the election returns, just look below aud see J. K. Johns tou's attractive advertise ment of attractive poods at at tractive prices. MADE YOUNU A (JAIN. "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my 'teens' again" writes D. H. Turner of Demp aey town, Pa. They're the best In the world for liver, stomach and bowels. Purely vegetable-. Never gripe. Only 23c at all dru-r stores. Local Institute. The fourth local Institute 'this year in Dublin township was held at Battle Uidge school last Friday evening. The house was called to order by Elsie Ikker the teacher of the school, who nominated I). K. Chesnut president of the meeting, and II. M. Sipe secretary. After a few remarks by the president, there wore recitations by Clara Detwiler and James Campbell Question: Duty of the teacher to himself, herself, the school, the patrons and the directors, discuss ed by E. li. Cline, T. S. Hershcy...

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. — 18 November 1903

Jttltoti CS41C I v k: ( VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSHURG, PA , NOVEMBER 18, 1903. NUMHER 9 DOWN TilH RHINE. . ! Missus Stella and Laura Bard of Interesting Descriptor of What 5ne Sees i p,ftasant Rl(1,0( were pleasant " t:'e ,rip- j callers with the family of W. P. Hart last Friday. SOME QUAINT OLD CiERMAN STORIES j Tmignrer Ga R MeJ1()tt p(ls8. ,. ,, . ', . . v c ! ed through our town last Satur Germans Believe Americans to be Very Super' , etilious. Air. Wolf Meets a Catholic f ries). Here wo are at fair Biugen. was here that the Komau Emper or Vespasian in the year "1 A. D. overcame the German tribe Tre viror, and established Roman rule for the time being. Prom here it ia only one hour's ride by vail, via., Kreuzbach to Obermos chol, the old homo of Philip Sui der of Tod township. About ten miles farther down the river, we come to the tovn of Oberwesel, near which is a big rock where the river uarrows between tho steep hills. Around this rock the water boils and foams and rushes against ...

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. — 18 November 1903

COMES TO OUR TERMS 13. S. Minister Powell Has Carried Hit Point at Santo Domingo. SOME HEAVY FIQHTINQ ABOUT CITY. Dealolcta Qorernment Afreet to Iht Pro visions el the Protocol Rtirdla tbi Sin Dealago Improvement Company A Vic tory lor the Amerlcii Interests Inturgentt Routed. San Domingo (Special). United States Minister Powell has finally car ried his point against the Dominican gov ernment that it should agree to the pro visions of the protocol regarding the Santo Domingo Improvement Company. The government informed the Min ister that it would accede to his re quest, carry out the provisions of the pro. tocol and appoint arbitrators today. This is considered a great victory for the American interests. There was heavy fighting here. The forts around the city were cng.iged with the insurgents and there was considerable cannonading on both sides. The town was not damaged and the situation is un changed. The United Stales cruiser Baltimore arrived here. Business is at a standstill. W...

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. — 18 November 1903

I I LOYE AND VISION OF GOD A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Pev. D. 0, MacLaurln. Lavs If tht Only Interpreter of the King don el Heareo, of all lb) Spiritualties ' Bbookitn, N. Y. Sunday morning, In1 6t. John's M. E. Church, the Rev. Dr. Donald D. MacLaurin, pastor of the Sec ond Baptist Church, Rochester, preached to the united congregations the tinal ser mon in a series of eight on "The Greatest Thing in the World. His special subject Has "Love and the Vision of God; or, the Kye That Sees All Wonders." The text was from I Corinthians xiii : 12: "For now we see in a mirror, darkly, but then face to face." Dr. MacLaurin said: Love is the only interpreter of God. We taw last Sunday that to love only aredi-, vine revelations made, and that to perfect love only can perfect divine disclosures bo made. The converse truth is equally valu-j able, namely: "That love is the only inter- Sreter of God, of all in the kingdom of od, of all spiritualities. Nor must you think that this is strange or ...

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. — 18 November 1903

FUL.ON COUNTY NEWS. I Published Every Thursday. .B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. NOVEMBER 18, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVIHTIHINO R4TOI. Per o,uare of 8 linen 8 time II 60. Perauuare eHch sutmcquent Inncrilon.... 60. All advertisement lnerled for leu than tbree montba charged by the square. 3 uvi. limn I I y. One-fourth column. One-half column.... One Column im.no. 26.00. 40.00. IJ0 00. 40 00. M.OO. M 00 60.00 Nothing Inaerted for leu than II. l'rotewilonal Card one year 86. FROST IS ON THE Pl'NKI.N, When the frost Is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock. And you hear the lcyourk and gobble of the Htruttin' turkey roi'k, And the clacking of the guineys, and the cluckln' of the liens, And the rooster's hallelooyer as he tiptoes on the fence, Oh, it's then'g the time a fellow is a feelin' at his licst, With the rlsin' sun to greet him from a night of gracious rest, As he leaves the house bareheaded and goes out to feed the stoc...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 November 1903

INTERtSIING PARAGRAPHS i Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDCNSni) FOR HURRIED READERS, BurcK. I will have plenty of brick for h;ug by next week. Petek Morton. Thore is uo cough medicine so popular as Foley's Honey and Tar It contains no opiates or poisons and never fails to euro. Miss Myrtle Stoner and Miss Minnie Dalbey spent last Satur day with friends in Mercers burg. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and colds; reliable, tried aud tested, safe and sure. Charley Hixsou of Brush Creek Valley spent Saturday night and Sunday with his uncle, Deputy sheriff D. T. Fields, of this place. Foley's Honey and Tar always stops the" cough and heals the lungs. Kefuso substitutes. Mr. Thomas Bender, who is conducting a tailoring business at Newport, Pa., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bender, of this phice. We give a guarantee that there is nothing but absolutely pure drugs in Peerless Horse and Cat tle Powder. Only ten cents for a f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 November 1903

OIB T1H& WEARINESS. O 1 i t tl fret, that such long year Muit wander nn through hopes .ind ohm, Mustache ami hired beneath your load; I. nearer to the wnyaide inn Where toil shall cease and rest begin, Am weary, thinking of your road. & little hands, that, weak or strong, are still to serve or rule so long, Hare still so long to give or ask, T. who so much with book and pen Have tolled among my fellow men. Am weary, thinking of your task. mm at a? I -sVOi. IIAVK made a iliMovery, -j )i John," anl.l Mrs. Mans- O I O ihdd, looking up from her A $ knitting. OlT .lolm Mansfield, retired merchant, Alderman nnil Mr.yor of Hmporne, looked up from li Is jiiip.-r. "A discovery, my dear?" he wild, feaaumlng bl.s best magisterial inn inn-r. Tray what In the nature of this re markable occurrence?" 'i find Hint Miss Ansoni has it photo graph of yourself, which sho treaMii-es , Jo secret." "Wbut do you iiu'nn, my dear?" ex claimed Mr. Mansfield. "ThlH morning," explained Mrs. Mansfield, "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 November 1903

A Golden Rule of Agriculture! Be good to your land and your crop will be good. Plenty of Potash In the fertiliser apetls quality j ana quantity in the Har vest. Write ua and we will aend you, frte, by next mall, our money winning books. BROMO- SELTZER CURES ALL Headaches 1 0 CENTS -- EVERYWHERE PATENTS, TIlAUJi-.tlAltK AM I'HXXIOX. Are utt lutereatedf Millions of dollar nave been meileout of Patni iiiU Trde.MMra. Millions of dollars ars approprl kiwi to par pensions. u years practice. .xiuiuruiaiiun aua uieraiure. nt&B, writs :i TIIH U' II. lVILI.MI!lllllAVV. Wills Building. Ill lad. Ave, Waslilntftou. D. X In Love with Senator Frye I They are telling this story at Poland Spring on Senator Frye. Many years ago Frye was attorney for a brother of Sister Aurelia, the Shaker sister saintly woman of such sweet and serene life. Sister Aurelia has never forgotten it and a friendship has been lifelong be tween the senator and the Shaker. The other day Sister Aurelia came over to Poland ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 November 1903

Wanted. 100 busbwlnof sn-ll-barks at C. F. Scott's grocery. Kov. Wins. H. Sliull, jiilor of the M. K. churches on tlio Ilarri Nonville charge, was a puest at the Lutheran parsonage one day this week. Miss Jane Unger aud her niece and nephew, Elizabeth aud Ed mond Uugor, visited friends in Charabersburg from Siturday until Mouday. At the public sale on the prem ises last Thursday Superintend ent Charles E. Barton purchased the old homo farm, the proper ty of his father, the late Hon. C.o. W. Barton, in Brush Creel val ley. A party, com posed of Sam and How Mellott, Dan McQuade, Bert Doyle, Frank Ueiny, (Jon. Suders Sam Shinier, Harry Linn, and Lob McGovern arc over in Augh wick taking a deer hunt. We are glad t learn that .Miss Myrtle Stevens, who had typhoid fever is convalescent, and will, this week, take charge of her school at Fort Littleton. The Moral Reform Assciation of McConnellsburg will meet in the U. P. church next Friday at 7 p. m. It is honed that a report will be made o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 November 1903

- mm VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEMHEU 25, 1903. NUMBER 10 REV. CHAMBERS IN IOWA. 1 Siuth Wayne Founded 25 Years Ago by Fulton County Boy. AYR TOWNSHIP WELL REPRESENTED. Joht H. Craig and David Crouse Among the Successful Business Men. The Preach er Seen Lots of Cats. Sherry, Wis., Nov. 13, 1903. Dear Bro. Peck: My former letter closed rather abruptly at Ho old "Mission church." In that letter I intimated that a pe- uliar attachment seemed to pring up between the good peo !e of Nevada and myself : apart from the lovely family with whom 1 was sojourning this was fully evinced on the morning of Sep tember 22nd the day 1 left there. As I was going down to the depot accompanied by the nily, some came out on the street to bid me good-bye. I boarded tbe train at 7:43, chang ed cars at Lima, waited there an hour and twenty minutes, reach ed Chicago at 4 p. m.; left Chica go at 7:45 tbe next morning, and reached South Wayne at 12:10. There I met my son Joseph and Ms daughters Lulu and...

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. — 25 November 1903

TO RUN DOWN ASSASSINS A Night Watchman at Readloj Station Held Up. Jt POSSE PURSUES THE ROBBERS. SSM Reward Offered by the Readies. Eielte ami Aloof, lb Pennsylvania, lbs Reading aaa Un New York Catral Special Trains Waltlof la Spted to An; Point Where Crlsst la Conmlttel "WiUiamsport, Pa. (Special). It is twlieved that the same gang who mur dered William II. Clendenin, the tele graph operator in the New York Cen tral Railroad signal tower at Oak Grove and entered the Philadelphia and Steading Railway station at Allcnwood and chloroformed and robbed the agent, Jlurrell J. Hafer, are operating at ether points. Early Saturday morning John Dal ton, the watchman at the Reading sta tion in Girardville, was attacked by loor masked men, who locked him in fme of the apartments of the depot. They then searched the express rooms nd secured three valuable packages and $75 in cash. Dalton succeeded in escaping through a back window. lie gave an alarm and a posse chased the fleeing desperadoes, ...

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. — 25 November 1903

"AFTERWARD" A Brilliant Smday Sermon Cy Rev, J. H. Lockwood. Dtclsres that (hj Whole Knlfma of Lit it Solved at Ooc When Yob Hold the Keyword. BROOKLYN. V. Y. The Rev. .T. IT. T.nrk. rood, pastor of the Naugatuck (Conn.) M. 11, x. ,.., fll I AMILU UllllUaj' IIIUIIHIMt 111 Grace M. K. Church in the absence of the nastor, the P.ev. Dr. John E. Adams. Mr. lockwood is well and favorably known in Brooklyn and on Long Inland, where he has lie.d BFvernl nantorntea. lln wh hnrn and educated in Brooklyn and studied law before he entered the miniatry. He had the distinction of being last year the only clerical member of the Connecticut Leg islature. He took for the subject of his sermon. "Afterward." Ilia text was from Hebrews, xii:2: "Now no chastening, but the present seemeth to be jovous, but grievous; nevertheless, afterward it yield eth the peaceable fruit of righteousness unto them which are exercised therehv." Mr. Lockwood said: Let us consider the tingle word "After ward" Bl our text....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 November 1903

Published Every Thursday. Ii. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. WcCONNELLSBURG. PA. NOVEMBER 25, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Anmm in Advpive. AI'VKUTIMNO KATJW lnr stjuure of s i-.H n ttrif.. : .v. I'nr wgtjurn p:'.-h vib-r.jiirM Insert. or All uUvt-i l i 'rni-li; - '!,' .'!)! Iir wu 1'i.in throe month. .'liHrw'.; '- tt.p mpi ,ro. ' Tie-f.iirt h .''ilium On.vhiilf r'ih;i;in Onn Column l-foth'rii InifM cn Nir!,' . h;m ! Professional Cnrilsone year4VS FORT I ITri.l TDN. Hon. S. L. liji'lili'v liiis '"1.0 West to visit his frionds aud n l ativos. Florence Cromt-r is visitius Ikt sister, Mrs. Baldwin, at liurnt Cabins. Messrs. Thompson, Steach, ami Kelly tamo to our village on Moa day, and on itceoiiut of the rain they Kp'Mit a wry eiij'iyable aft eruoou in town. Hi'aViM I-'rakor aecompani'd Miss Uessiu AVilson froiu the u stuute Fri lay evisui i e. Look out for the "punt her," leaver. Mrs. 1). A. Hill aud sou Rush visited her daughter Carolyn at j Sliijipeusburf.' Normal . T.vo 'if...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 November 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our ' Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. liwcic I will have plenty of brick for stile by next week. Peter Morton. There is no cough medicine so popular as Foley's Honey and Tar It contains no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure. Elliott Hay bought 1652 pounds of poultry last week. Alex Skipper of Hamsonville, was in town early Monday morn- itjg. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and colds; reliable, tried and tested, safe and sure. Miss Margaret Foreman of Pennington, N. J., is visiting friends in this place. Dr. J. B. Mellott of Needmore and daughter, Mrs. Amos Wink, spent a day in town recently. Foley's Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse substitutes. Miss Mary B. Trout is visiting her brother, Dr. N. C. Trout, and family, at Fairfield, Pa. Miss Katherine Cook is taking a two-weeks visit among friends in Chambersburg. We give a guarantee that there is no...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 November 1903

HOUfi II custom tin decreed llmt Thanks Ktviiii; shall I o a day for tlic reunion of families nml Inrorimil gatherings of Imme diate fl'lolllls, there is no known reason by It observance should drift Into any monotonous routine or rot, fU It certainly has, write Kul ln-r-fn E. Megee, lu Collier's Weekly. Kven the dinner, admittedly the event f the day, tins become so Impreg nated with this sameness Hint the twy children nn tell off on their fin srer tbe number of dishes nml desc.-ibe their contents before the inenl Itself fa visible. These dishes may represent 'WW -;v - V i Clfar Jelly with Mixed Fruits. tbe toiJ5ewlf;'s most perfect culinary acfalercuienta and the ucnie of snvorl ies; CUt the surfeited palate, like the Xull soul, loathes even a honeycomb. A nil know, the most successful appetizer Is the di!i which comes lu the shape of a surprise; nnd when the entire menu Is a series of nnex loted nnd palatable delights the effect fa most Invigorating. To necomplish uch an lmun-ati...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 November 1903

ABOUT MOUND BUILDERS -S38- SISTERS OF CHARITY Use Pe-ru-na for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrh A Congressman's Letter. V In vr country of the civilized world Sisters of Charity are known. Not only do they miniater to the spiritual and intel lectual needa of the charges committed to their care, but they also minister to their bodily needa. With ao many children to take care of and to protect from climate and disease, these wise and prudent Sisters have found Peruna a never failing safeguard. Dr. Ilartman receives many letters from Catholic Sisters from all over the United Mates. A recommend recently received irom Catholic inatitution in Detroit, Mich., reads aa follows: Dr. 8. B. Umrltnan, Columbus, Ohio : Dear Sir: "The yon no girl who used the Peruna teas eufferinq from laryngitis, and lota of voice. The result the treatment was moat satisfactory. She found great relief, and after further use of the medi cine vie hope to be able to sa-u she is entirely eured. Sister of Charity The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 November 1903

T 4- Vanti;u. 100 lutf.ioi ol muSX- i - fne Chi'dren. - barks at C. F. NiviU's grocery. j i uiiswcr to u liirgu u umber of F i' 'iH' si ;' : liura of TtiU town.sliip wcri' Uitir.y Ja cob V'mf irurib)'!i''s o;v r.iilit. It st week. Tho number of now names that liavo boon added to our subscrip tion list i'r i .; M r. ' poK is very yriitii.) 'my to U.f juisber. JVnple seem' to ronbe that the FulU.m l!oii!i!,y News about t ils the bill. physicians 1'Rr.sckini- it. Many broad minded physic-in :is prescribe Foley's Honey and T.ir as they nevor li.iw f: ,". mi . and l'f-liable a reined y for thn. it aud luug troubles as tlii- frn-nt medicine. Sold at Trout's Cxrwst store. IN CALIFORNIA. Iiiijiiii ies i-onee-niii1? tlie children In i whom i;omes wore u.skod a o'.v week's firro, we beg to inform ,10 persons interested that the older of the two boys was takon into the home of Mrs. Margaret Kendall of Ayr township. The s'ounor has not been placed yet. lie is a bright, line looking boy, .ilinos...

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