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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 December 1903

"CHRISTIAN MISSION"' A Brilliant Sunday Sermon Cy Rev. T. J. Vlllen. Moit Popular Clerf ymaa Id ladiiot Delivers a Strong, Discount ea Evaafellsoi. lrIAXAPfil.lH, Ind-The Uov. Thorns J. Villeri. patttor of Hit: FitMt lluptiHV Church, of I Inn city, preached Nunduv morning h Htrnns; w-mioti, lh theme of which wan cviiriufliHin. J I in wibect was "The Chriatian'H Alisainn to tho World." The text wax Imiki-ii from tnltn xvii:IK: "As Thou hast writ Me into the world, even so have I m-ut them into the world. Mr. Villers said: 'ihe farewell tliaenuraea to the disciple were ended. (lethacmanc'tvith it mcntnl anguish And bloody sweat was but a step in the distance. The shadows Hunjr from tho cross were deepening and darkening. Jeaua knew that before nnot her nun should set His work on earth would be done. In '. ise last moment lie betook llimaclf to prayer. Dyinu words are undying word. We embalm lliem in fruitriint tnemoriea. With eyes uplifted Inward the Father, tho divine .Suptiliant fir...

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. — 16 December 1903

FULTON COUNTY NLvVS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. DECEMBER 16, 1903, Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AliVEHTUINO RATH. Per aquure of line 8 tlmea i no. Per square each subsequent Insertion.... 50. All advertisements Inserted for lea than three month charged bv the square. II mo. 8mw. I yr. One-fourth column US no. i jn.no. 83ono One-half column 25.00. 40.00. Moo One Column 40 00.1 65.00. 75.00 Nothing Inserted for less than II. Professional Cards one year 86 CAWE TO FULTON TO HJNT. (Continued from first page.) was short, yet it abounded in pleasantries aiid more tales which tended to stir us to greater ac tivity: so, after their departure, preparations were made for a moonlight hunt while old "Faith ful" satisfied his "innerd" crav ings. Surely a dog never enjoy ed a meal more than did he, for choice fowl on China platter is not served to dogs every day. With Jim, a resident of the "Retreat," for guide, we started, ste...

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. — 16 December 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. A kidney or bladder trouble cau always be cured by using Fo ley 'h Kidney Cure in time. Brick. I will have plenty of brick for sale by next week. Peter Morton. Don't be imposed upon by tak ing su bstitutoa offered for Foley 'a Honey and Tar. Long and short slabwood for sale at Spangler's mill at Knobs ville. 3t. Some iogersol watches are packed as presents in Fort Bed ford Coffee. Divine services in St. Pauls Re formed church next Sunday at 10:30 A. M. and 7 P. M. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Refuse substitutes. Mrs. J. W. Lake and daughter, ;ind Mrs. Florence Wink, all of Licking Creek township were in town Tuesday. Happy Boy! His mother bought a package of Fort Bedford Coffee and secured a knife worth 25c. Dr. and Mrs. Swartzwelder, and W. F. Hart and daughter Esta, were among the number who were atMcConnells...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 December 1903

THt HA?. VST APPLE Irttt. The n'. 1'irvpat npn'f tt-pp lbimit. of h.iv. anil bird and bpe tVitli ts Ht)i' he'd niilo t,i welcome all tho brrt'ze'i. reveirv! on retiienilipr where it strew, -And rpirrmlicr how we knptt All tlip (rooilnen nii'l thp (liilnrn lint il held for me sal you. M'hrn the wind was soft nnd iotr, llow thp leaven mvnved to nnd fro Willi the sunshine hiitin Ihrmigi tiirm to tlie daenled ttrnm hclmv; .nd the shimmer and the ahade Were a:i endles eavalcadp Of the fairy tro.ips of mi mint r to attend m as we ployedl Ti the branches, waving Mgli. AVp n-prp .ti'or. nnd ire'd cry An nhov! In all the argmcs of c'oiidi a-spudding by. On thp jiti below we'd wpav All Hie l.iricies that deceive And ronviiK-u r nf tlie tnirnew of the , land of rn.ihr-hciipve. -Ami the vellow .ipp'p, to.i Sirrr'ened l,y the dripmnc dp. Faintly flushing t the kis.es lh.it l!iP teiir n'"t!P llirntv-. . the fmnd Iles-icridi Vever v,rlip. ..ik-i tiioe, With p wirr tuan: thai po.isi'd in liil we i'...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 December 1903

Long Hair "About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast, so I bought bottle of Ayer'a Hair Vigor. It topped the falling and made my hair grow very rapidly, until now It la 45 inches in length." Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kant. There's another hunger than that of the stomach. Hair hunger, for instance. Hungry hair needs food, needs hair vigor Ayer's. This is why we say that Ayer's Hair Vigor always restores color, and makes the hair grow long and heavy. uniMtu. ah tntrMs. If your druggist cannot supply yon, ad us one dollar and w will expres you a bottle. Be sure and rive the nam of your Dearest express office. Addreaa. J. CATER CO., Lowell, Mu. A Resourceful Woman "1 think it is a foolish fashion that so many women indulge, that of telling their age wrongly," said the woman with the prematurely gray hair, "I can honestly say that I never practise it myself. "No?" said her friend, with many meanings in the monosyllabic. "Well," said the first speaker, with a smile she was a woi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 December 1903

Uuy one ! What 1 Taylor's ucvr up to-dato atlas of Fulton couoty. I'rico 2.(X". Mr. Albert, (lortlon of Phiiade.. jihiu, is visiting his father, Mr. John J. Gordon, and other friends in this county. Many presents are packed in Fort Tied ford ColToe worth more than you pay for the entire pack ago. IVesby teriau prtTyef ' meeting this evening at Mrs. Kobinson'n instead of at Senator Alexan der's. Fort Uedford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more than other colTec and is bettor, and also con tains a handsome present. l'K Salk at a Sacrifice One good secoud hand parlor organ. Call on or address, L. L. Cun ningham, New Grenada, Pa. A illiam II. Funk, a brother ol M rs. J. Frank Sheely, of this place, died at Waynesboro Sun day morning at 5:30 of bronchial affection, lie was aged about 48 years. Fuu oral at 1:30 to-day at Waynesboro. This is a good time to sub scribe for the Fulton County News. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Mr. Roy W. Decker, formerly of Bethel township, this county,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

Bin M dr ( Vt)LUME 5. 3IcCONNELLSliURG, PA., DtCKMHKK 2:, 1H03. NUMBER 14 ENROUIE TO INDIA. Alias Alice Wlshnrt Spends Thanksgiv ing Day in England. TAKES ONE OF COOKS"BRITISH TOURS." Visited Stratford-on-Avon, the Home of Wil liam Shakespeare and III Wife Anne Hath away. Every Moment full of Interest. Red Horse Hotel, Stratford on Avon, Thanksgiving: What do you think o,f this t Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Dr. Ruth Hume and Iareta ing a "British tour, "one of Cook'a from Lcfudon. Started from there Wednesday morning for Cam bridge, viewing the University Buildiugs, takiug lunch there and going on to .Ely that evening, which we spent exploring the Cathedral, after which we dined on fish, bread, butter and cocoa, and caught a train lor Lincolu that night. We went right oil to bed in a nice hotel and next morn ing alter breakfast went to the High church service in "the fin est Cathedral in all England" at Lincoln. It was all magnificent und imposing. The vergers at both Ely and Lincoln showed u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

lEO'S millions TO PIUS & Remarkable Return of Riches to (be Vatican. 5 1 MOO. WO BY CARDINAL QOTTI. oa Teres II Over to Popt Plu, Stallai That foae Lee Just Be tore Death Confided tbe Maaer Hln Pendlof the Election ot Ssccettor, He to tie It at He Tbouttit Beat, Shoald l B Elected Pope. . Rome (By Cable). According to ttie Tribuna, the Vatican had sudden wealth poured into its coffers. l or some time "OTtain turns which were known to be possessed by Pope I-co were looked flor rllhout result, flic search toward tbt end becoming somewhat feverish, i Cardinal Cotti, prefect of the Propn ' panda, accompanied by Monsignor 'JJarzolini, one o( the late Pope's sec retaries, drove up to the Vatican and, Betting out hurriedly, began tugging 't a heavy object in the carriage. As sistance was offered, but it was refus ed, and Cardinal Gotti and Monsignor 3larzolint between them carried the iiysterious object to the apartment of -2Pcpc Pius. They wire immediately admitted, and remained for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

1mm 'A pL fcf, on, W., ,. a roaring firt to-day c.rrr, , put to flight The worries which beset our way., Pile on the logs and see the,n gleams AA trnttt 1 J if.- I .' - , - if And gal her 'round the Christmas T7"' 'IF,. kwv.'iw-ivy- blase ,And drown in songs old feuds and wrongs Shake hands again around its rays. M.QMS 1IE llttlu Oreen Elf sat In (V J front of his doorway. Uo 2 ill ZZ linrl n varv nlnn limlBA A a 1 K long time ago a rabbit lind ytQyfS lived iu that bole among the loots of the tree, but the little Jrteu Elf lind lived there for years, ever since the cow ate the olu Kobold, liis father. The cow never meant to eat Kobold, liut she thought he was a leaf. She wouldn't help It after she had swal (owed him. The animals all love the little woodfolk too well to hurt them. It was the sninc cow who found a home for the Httle Green Elf. The Louse was quite tidy Inside. There was iiiotts for a carpet, lu the corner was the .pantry with clean neorn cups and saucers. An empty nest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

FUL'J ON COUNTY NEVS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. DECEMBER 23, 1903. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. .inVKRTMIHO RATES. Persgunre of "lines times II W. t'erspiitre each subsequent Insertion.... IK'. All advertisements inserted for leM than three months I'hurtfpcl by the square. inns. UniosJJ yi. onc-rourlh column . "ne-h ilf I'lilumn..,. ' mo Column .I.VOO. . Jfi.OO. .. 40.00. I-JO.OO. 40 00. 0O. 7.-..OI Nothing Inserted for less than II. I'rolcsslonal Cards one year 15 Iltistontown. A gun dub lias boon organized in town, composed of about fifteen monibors. A trap nnil 2,imii) clay pigeons have boon ordered prepar-1 don't look sick, iitory to ii grand lioot on Now! Mrs.AnnieOakmanhudtlieinis Year's. t fortune to fall from her feet while The M. K. Sunday school is ! going to the barn, one day last practicing for nn entertainment on ' week and broke her arm. Four Christinas night. There will be a ; years ago Mrs. Oakman...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped (rom our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Scott blellotl aud his brother James sjient Tuesday in town. A kUney or bladder trouble can always be cured by usiugFo ley'w Kidney Cure in time. Sold at Trout's drug store. Uiuck. I will have pleuty of brick for sale by next week. Peteii Morton. Long and short slabw'ood for sale at Spanglcr'a mill at Knobs ville. ' 3t. Mr. B. R. Simpson was in town last Saturday. Ben says he is still burning wood. Some lngersol watches are packed as presents in Fort Bed lord Coffee. Special Christmas services will bo held in the Presbyterian church in this place next Sunday evening. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and luug dis eases. Refuse substitutes. Sold at Trout's drug store. Miss Mary Grove, who is teach ing ia the public schools in Bed ford county, cme home Monday to spend the holidays with her parents, Rev. and. Mrs. J. L. Grove. Don't be im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

I -1. C3EAD UPON THE WATERS A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Edward Mies. extern That Iba Opinions el Iba Worldly fxeaealstt It Nat a Supreme Courl Itr.iidKi.VN. X. V. Sumhv morninj. la ti.e Wliii" l li'iivli (Itiistiwvk Avenue He fornipdl Ihe i:itnr, liev. j-.duard Nile.", preached on 'fin-id I'pn-i the V liters." 1'he tfNt " from ). .'irsiastes 1: "Oast thy hie-ml upon the weter. for thi.i ahalt frnd it a;'tor many i!avi." Mr. Nilci said: The bonk i.f Kcclrsinste is the lift- re view oMIip wis'-st nnd richest man of day. Kvery st.itcniPiit Inn lipen lestp.l. A yauntr mnti miilit lime suid tiie .sine thine Willi !";il i-loriui'ti'-e nnd coiivh tion, hilt tle iinpressimi 0:1 the mind nl Che elehrv leader would he 'Yes 1... ml. ire i nil very well tn t'lmrv, toil what I a or- tip know anmt Iit-V Ihe words 01 tlie nttrd Snlnmun lire own to no null iritiiism. Our text i t lie titst ft the slitir!. pithy sentences ivtli wliuli ih tear-bmps of his wonderful carici ar,1 nmmed up. In tho'...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

tr .-WW-'. i. 1. .a- 100 Ttaward. 100. Tfc readers ol tbti pnper will b pleased t learn that there is at least on dreaded dls MMtbtt science bn best) able to cure la all Itiitftftm, and that In Catarrh. Hull's Cntnrrii Cure la the only positive euro now known t the medical fraternity. Catarrh betoK a con Itltntlonal disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's CatarrhCure Is taken Inter bally, aoting direetly upon the blood and ran coussurfaoes of the system, thereby destroy lnr the foundation of the disease, und Rlvln ; the patient strength by building up the con itltnHon and assisting nature in dolni: lti work. The proprietors bave so much fait li In It sou rati ve powers tlint they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case thru It f nils to ouro. end tor list of testimonials. Address F. J. Chkskt A Co., Ti'.edd, 0. Fold by Drue-gists, 74c. Hall's Family Tills are the bast. About 15,500,000 Lave alrendy been paid In Spanish war pensions; the nv trage yearly value of the Span...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 December 1903

' What? Taylor's new TZTTl'to atlas of Pulton couuty. M r. und M r. CLarles . Mel lolt of SiH.-s Mill, spent M outlay in towu. Many presents are packed in Fort Uodford Coffee worth more than you pay for tho entire pack ago. fl eorro Pay lor moved from Back Uuu to S. A. Ncsbit's farm In Tod towuship last week, where he is employed for the year. Fort Bedford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more than other cofToo and is better, ami also con taius u handsome present Mrs. Ii C. Whitehillof Yellow Creek, is visiting her mother, Airs. II. A. Speer of Saluvia. 1 hey speut a uight last week with Mr. aud Mrs. John B. Runyan of tho place. This is a good timo to sub scribe for the 1 ulton Uounty News. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. It is a pleasure to note the number of subscriptions to the Fulton County News that have been taken duriug the past week as Christmas gifts to distant friends. Did you get one of those lovely SalUor Pepper shakers in your Fort Bedford Coffee? The furnace at Rockh...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

J . A. 0 I fME 5 McCONNELLSBURG, PA., DECEMBER 30, 1903. " NUMBEIC OF THE DUTCH. oil Continues His Articles on the Netherlands. RELATIONS 1900 YEARS AGO. fine Orowlh ol (he German People and I Development ol Their Power and Influence to the Present. my last letter 1 wrote about 'geography, topography and r features of the Netherland; his letter I shall trace the ory of the Dutch people. he earliest history that we e of the nations or tribes that abited theNetherlands.France Germany, is given us by the man historian Tacitus. This itorian tells' us that in the year D. 16, the Roman conquerors und the low countries inhabit- d by tribes of German origin. f here existed at that time some forty different Ggrman tribes. Some of these tribes were more uuraerous and powerful than oth ers; -so in times of great under takings, the weaker ones would attach themselves to the stronger aud so form large armies, which would then bear the names of the leading tribes, which was the case at times with...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

J.--;-" ( 1 "tOPLE ARE KILLED lott to f ATrg)fyi Wreck oa the Baltimore and Oblo Railroad. UMITCD HURLED OVER EMBANKMENT Vktlaa ScaMet By Stciia From "tfee Th llatahtred Reader Prompt i I ha LtM Fertaaat Patteagert , -tea Stoat Oacealag Eiartst Jut te tkaa I Proves! Aeltloaal DUtt ter. CoameJlsville,' Pa. (Special). With temUe ! of life, the Duquesne Lim ited, the fastest through passenger traia from Pittsburg- to New York on ike Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, was -wrecked two milts west of Dawson at 9 AS o'clock p. rn. Lxty-three persons are known to been killed, while reports indicate t&at tbe death list may run at high as seventy-five or eighty. The number of the fatally injured is Spaced at twenty, and thirty or forty are aid to have been more or less serious ly feurt The wretk was occasioned by the en gine colliding with timbers which had iaUea from a westbound freight to the ast track. The limited engine was derailed and with the baggage car ami smoker was thrown over a stee...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

"WHATTHINK YEOFCHRIST? k i i A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Charles H. Parkhurst. Aby Sa Ms Pjop'e Q t Tl.ed ol 0:b; 'brilliant, ISr.w obk C'ITY.-Dr. Charles H. Park hurst, pastor of the Madison Niiinre I'res bytenan Church, preached Sunday morning j an 'What Think Ye of Christ?'' from the tvoids found in Mark viii:23: "Whom aay ye that I am?" Ur. Pnrkhurst said among aiher things: J.'hrist meani to you something; what il Christ Himself aski this of Hit disciples It m the hint Christian catechism. Urief, ini nciniutmi iv is e-aiecnism, nnu k tiods warrant for our asking doctrinal riuesiions, and Ilia warrant, too, for our inswcr to thorn. Christ's inquiry litre moans that He ex pects Jl is disciples to have convictions convictions in regard to Himself nt any late and definite enough for them to be able to stale them. Ntch convictions may be more correct, may be less to, but an itn in'i i'rct opinion is belter than none, and no opinion ends in beinu periect that did not begin by b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

it: , ... r tr I -if .-Tf. - I 4 frUygd Every Thursdy ff."W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. "DECEMBER 30. 1903. 'fcu, a blished Weekly. St.OOper Annum In Advance. AUVIHTWINO RATM. Pci wiutire of H lines ft times Per.juupe vni'h "uhsoqiicnt Innertlon... All udvt-rtl-i.-nients Inserted for lew three month "li irijeil hy the flqnarr. II M. 50. than 3 mot, amos. I yr. nim-rourth "Dliimn f 15.00. '.0O. tso.00 One-hull column &S.O0. 40.00. MOO One Column 40.00. 56.00. 5;. 00 Kothlnir Inserted for less than II. Prof eiHlonul Curd one year 5 WELLS TANNERY. Mrn. Will Stein is very ill. lorry Sprowl im boon sick for some time. W. II. Spangler, Frank Sprowl, ami (Icorsfo Sprowl wbilo liiint jn; foxes caught n crippled wild tirkey. It being very tame tlioy "Brought it home and are feeding ir It is getting well, and they will soon turn it back to the woods. George Feslcr, aged 7'J years, stepped off 85 yards and shot oil hand and hit the paper both times. Who can beat it G...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

rMM.''A.MMH' T ) Of Local and General Interest, Oallicred at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Some lugersol watches are packed ns presents m Fort Bed ford Cofreo. liarry N. Henry and brother Clarence spent last Saturday with friends in town. A kidney or bladder ' trouble cau always bo cured by using Fo I.'.v'h Kidney Cure in time. Sold at Trout's druy store. Mr. W. 11. Alison of Niagara Falls, Canadu, spent several days during the past week in McCon nellsburg. Did you get one of those lovely Flush Chatalaiuo Bags in your pack of Fort Bedford Coffee? Calvin Deueen and George A. Shank of Buck Valley spent Tuesday night in McConnells burg. Try a pack of Fort Bedford Coffee and get a handsome pres fut in every pack. Miss Stella Sipes, a student at the uest Chester state normal school, came home last Thursday and is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nel son Sipes. . Don't be imposed upon by tak ing substitutes offered for Foley's ll...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

ft V 1 - I Wret Ohio Ri..v U1LED0VER La SmM hhj Va vl rre rexk Hiding V Th ft Lrtttk e p r totnw . 4 r ii V J a a. T t 1 it ..t . crs. le tra t rable . Bl I It ken Is. plcaoi k 1 Co terrific , I. iair Taylor's nohX-' r.f,at0 ulJil uf Pulton cow-' " Ia'i icc 2.110. i ;-- Mr. Kinl.X a-'' 00 OF LOVE. .itt thing are thoe -J.' .iint hold mir happiness! A smile, a g'.ance, a roue Dropped from her hnir or Jrcm A word, a look. a touch These are so much, no much. An air we can's forget, A auniiet'a sold that i!Mm. A "pray of mignonette. Will fill t)ir soul with dreamt More that) all history aays Or romance of old daft. For of the human lieart, ' Not brains, i memory; These thing it make a part Of iU turn entity; v.' - ine jot, the nam wnercof Are th' very food of love. Saturday Evening Poit. AV...,;Vi.XAt.?.Ati'?-ti p The Salvation kj of Daniel. "'5 ''I iV? Mi .tOV MS. TIlAr.U l) wus lu high XT K00'' l,'a,,"'r; h,'r mare S JV'I 2 ral hutl f,'t,u"11 ,"i, l J? hundred and thirty golden soverei...

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