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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 February 1904

CAPTIREDBY COSSACKS 4 Japanese Officer and Seme Important Tapers. riRST SKIRMISH ON LAND XT Mil. ftasdaa Oencral Declares Situation at Port Arthur I'nchanKcd and All Quiet In Manchuria -Meannhile the Wary Japs Are Secretly Moving in Various Directions and May Strike at Any .Momcnp'Scnuts Cross Valu River. St. Petersburg. I!y Cable Major, General Plhig, tin1 chief of 1 ;i IT of Vice roy AlcxicIT, telegraphed Iroin Poi t Arthur as lnllow : The situation lit Pert A 1 1 Fit r is un (hanged. A sotnia of Ciiknii k. man liing from M'iju captured a Japanese major. Tut , saru, with five soldiers urnl two civil inns. The reports regarding tin; enemy arc penernlly contradictory and scarce. It is confirmed that troops of Yuan f-lmi Kni. i m ii i it ii I r i i 1) i of the Chinese Armv. air being dispatched to 1 Tsinihoii mill Kupiuitc. ' All is quiet in Manchuria A Press dispatch from Port Arthur My Die first land encounter hasooeurrod. ! Aplckct of Cossacks attacked ii small , detachment of Jap...

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. — 24 February 1904

) i ! i il ELEMENTS J)F RELIGION A Brilliant Sunday Sermon by Rev. Joliii M. Davidson. Mao's Interest In the tncir.mtlon A Str king Thought About the Divinity ot War. Brooklyn. X. Y. In the. Fourth L'ni lariuu Church, i-'lntb.ish, Sunday morning, the pastor, the Hev. John M. Davidson, preached on "Wlint Are the I'ei inuncDt lileincnts of Religion?" He said: In tin period of questioning, when old truclures of religious luilli arc being torn down and new ones are taking their places, olien what seem the very ioiindntinn of faith is reins; removed here and there to Jiake way for new material, it is well north our while to ask the question that n consequent upon such a condition, What Jlcnienti of our religion faith are perma nent nnd n:r likely to resi.it the tendency to change? Jt is a question that is agitat ing more people than ever before in his tory. We have been to'i that there is a trowing indifference to re'.iaion. that men ire abandoning the cliurch;s, that pagan win has rc-a'...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 February 1904

FLTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Lvery Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. FEBRUARY 24, 1904. Published Weekly. SI. 00 per A 1 1 11 vi ij i i.i Advance. AIIVF.II Ti ll NO H.tTKS. Vr)imru nf " llni'i 3 tliros fl SO. Pori juure ouch Kiitmnqnont Insertion.... W). A.I iilvirU-'iii"nl' in.rrti:(l for Ips thnn hr.M ni'ntli .'hirtr.'d hv tiio .;' t iii.h. 'I mm. F I vr. One-fourth column 1i;..i. fjil.m. timio One-h-ilf polnnm -ruin, inno. Vn5 One Uoluinn '.".in I r(J. I 78.00 N'orblntMnsertod forle?. thnn II. l'rofoHi!oD:il Onrds one voar'S THE PRUSSIAN WAR. Som : of the Causes That Have Led to the Struggle. OITGKOVVTH OF CHINA-JAPAN WAR. Russia's Insaliablv (irevd for New Territory and an Outlet for tier Commerce Through Soullitrn Ports. (fonllnued from Mrst imie.) Manchuria that tti.i czar snould let the world know Ins intentions with regard to the great Chinese province. Russia's only reply to this was to rush extra troops to hf r ports in tho east and inci dent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 February 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS 01 Local and General Interest, Uathnred at Home or Clipped from our Exchange. CENTURY'S DIG M.1E LOSSES. Bin le and Chicago Land Roll of R Ruin. TfiH pt iii.Mi!il !,. ,v tire in the Ui.m-ii Situ.-", ilui ii ir tlie last ceutuiy lmM beau as lullutvn: a cow, CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. U.irtfuiii days Frid ty and Sat urday iil'ah and i!7ili ut Mayo .Iclf.l.'u'n Do yon vimt u carpet woven this spring y If so, call cm Ii. L. Jackson on Walnut street. Price right. There whs u slim atte ndance at the churchcN in this place on Sunday evening. During the aft t moon a freezing rain began to full, and bv church time the treets were in a glare of ice. The most reliable preparation for kidney troubles on the market is Foley's Kidney Cure. I expect to go to Carroll coun to, 111., about March 4 and would like to have the company of a good man for out door work ; one Is needed who i kind and consid erate in the care of horses. Sal ary $20 to $28, according to abili ty. Ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 February 1904

THE MOTHERLOOK. " one from vhim hi mMiT comfort' h."- Uaiah. lwi., 1". Yon t .1 h t'le fine, woman iilh ihf rose in her riieej.. Ail' iiil lli Inn) i n' ir; Jut Vnn'i cm li time .! -.'-eVu, ller h.ur all i!.i 1; in' ule.inun', nr n u'.nwm' ma- An tit' i. i!e o' hfanty i-n'i nun.' tii'n h it wuv toM. There ;int'i a v u 1 tli.it I'll il ; nil ie. -;i tu mn H .'tile Th ni''.!i r loo'. :h,a linden i;i j d tppy w.iin i . A wonuri'. fit w ii in !i r inn: eii- an fu.i. Or ij i w.ri r liu-'.ir In ill' .;ni lit v..iht io In pit i r or hi .irni' r iiiei'1 i a!v.n liaii'Djnehe.,, Hut still t liei i li'Minv t h t! i snre!; tr.i!' I I ! A tn'.iiitv tiii: i 'u ,.(.'... ,ir(' thir all lr.it iil.citu-. 'In' mother k K . m' -:n . ; n,n iot.ie into ,i ,iin,in' eye It ain't a nn V -x i ' - t it' hrimiu' full o' joy. All itte'tih' Hit i Miii-h..:.1 when -iie hen.!- .ih'ivi' fief hoy Ur girl iien it -veepm. u nil it, tlre.nn toM m il Ue; Slie MTio.ifh hair, in' pe. it ,i !ie iiitt it lo it t!a -e. It le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 February 1904

An T.ga Tetter FraM rcitcllitT with mi incitlmlor Htid lirnod-r-r catnlostic. cotitnitiint; ainotiK iniirli other vnlimldo und IntrrcstiiiK iiifonnn Hon n colored p!n 1 r, sliowInK by eigh teen views the development of Dip rhlcls In the. shell. Crop, liy wrniliiiK to (ioo. A. Stnhl, IJttlney, III., four routs to ty tor jiostiiKe inul pucking. Benedict Arnold't Buttons. Gen. James G, Wilson has an Inter esting pair of Meeve buttons. Bene dict Arnold gave them to Gen. Wash ington when the former was In good rtanding In the continental army. After "he fell from grace Washington did not raro to keep them, eo gave them to Gen. Tarleton, who, In turn, gave them to an American loyalist, who gave them to Gen. Fltz Greene Halleck, and by him they wore give to Gen. Wilson. Russia's Purchases of Beef. Russia has bought enough beef In this country to feed every man, wom an and child in the empire for one square meal ut least. Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice Templar, Inde pendent Order Good Templars, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 February 1904

Hriclt for n;ia at Morton's hrick yard ut tlio odjjo of towu. After an idlcnt-ss of two months, tlio Evcivtt furnace la iu operation iitrain. Subscribe forono! What? Tay lor's now up to dato Atlas of Kul tou county. Ouly &2. Foley's 11 ci'-y and Tar is best for croup aud niioopiug cough, contains no opiates aud cures quickly. Careful mothers keep at in the house. Mrs. A. S. Crocnland of Wells alley spout a tew days recently visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Shoodor, in Kverett. This is a good time to sub scribe for the 1 ui.ton County Nkws. (July a dollar a year in ad vance. Kev. John II. Harney of Clear vill.' is a candidate for the tiomi nation on the Republican ticket for the othcu of associate judge in 1 Jed ford county. If you need anything iu Milli nery, now is the time to get it at Maye Johnston's. What she has must go iu order to make room for spriug. Frank 11. and William II. Spade of Urush Creek township spent last Friday night in McConuells burg. Foley's Honey and Tar c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

Si' 11 Urn mm VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., MARCH 2, 1904. NUMBER 24 THE HARVEST OF DEATH. Well Known People Who Hive Passe Away During the Past Week. WORK NOT CONFINED TO ONE LOCALITY Lewis Weller, ot Thompson; Mrs. J. L. Oris sloger, of Wells; ex-Sheriff John HIU, of Bethel; A. 0. Grlsslofer, of Tod. LEWIS WELLEK. Lewis Weller, a well known cit izen of Thompson township, died of pneumonia last Friday after noon, and interment was made on Sunday at Rehoboth, funeral services being conducted by Rev. S. L. Baugher of Needmore. Mr. Weller was aged 52 years, 2 months arid 12 days, and is sur vived by his wile and nine chil dren, seven of whom were afflict ed with measles and, of course, not able to attend the funeral of their father. The deceased was a member of the M. E. church, and was highly respected by all who knew him. ELIZABETH C. GRISSINGER. Elizabeth C, wife of Mr. James L. Grissinger, passed peacefully away at her home near New Gre nada last Friday at the age of 44 years, 4 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

"JAPAN AND RUSSIA EACH CLAIMS VICTORY o i Alexleff and Togo Send Official Reports of Latest Battle Japs Declare They Sunk One Destroyer One Seaman Wounded. Viceroy Alexleff and Vice-Admiral Togo made their respective reports on tbe lute t naval fight of! Pert Arthur, both claiming victory. The Viceroy dec lured the Kussinn ships chased the Japs, while Togo stated t hut his guns bad sunk Russian torpedo bout destroyer. Several Japanese naval officers and sailors landed at Chefu from an open boat, And were supposed cither to belong to a gunboat which was damaged durin jr tbe fight off Port Arthur and which sank trying to reach port or they were members of the crew of ihe merchant steamer sunk near the entrance of Port Arthur for the purpose of blocking it. It was said that Japan had landed 40 transport loads of troops since February 10. St. Petersburg, (By Cable). The Ciar has received the following from Viceroy AJexieff, dated Tort Arthur, February Mi "After the moon had set early In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

"TflE DIY1NE CARPENTERS 1 Brilliant Sunday Sermon B the Ber. Dr. H. C Sweatee!. Christ Belonged to (he Onad Army ol Self Respecting Worklngmea. Bkooklyx, N. Y. An interesting and forceful sermon vu preached (Sunday morning by Rev. Dr. Henry C. Swentzel, rertor of St. Luko's Church, Clinton ave nue, near Fulton street. The subject w.n "The Divine Carpenter," and the text St. Mark vi:3: ,-Is not this the carpenter?" Dr. Swentzel snid: The glorious Hon of Man was a mechanic. It is well worth while to consider those eighteen years which He spent at Nazar eth, concerning which we would dearly love to know so much, but of which it i possible to learn so little. Whether He were rich or poor, whether Ho devoted Himself exclusively to the exercises of re ligion or was orcupied with other concerns as well; whether He were, so to say. a man among men, or lived a strange weird life as a recluse in the wilderness these lire queries upon which we .may reflect with, prolit. During the period which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

FULTON COUNTY Published Eery Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. MARCH 2, 1904, Published Weekly. SI. 00 per Annum in Advance. ALVKimsix; rat Per s.ii:ir- e' l'ni :t tl:ncs IVr s.uiiro t"u-h siitisiNrirtit Insertion... Ail HilvertKi-ineuts liisi'i'lcd for lest: hrcc months churned b the square. so. r. than ;i inn-. i ui'is. i Onc-foie-i'i I'iumn 0'ie-h;i!f puliimii One C-iiu-riu m. '.'rvllO. I'l.llU. !ii.nn, iii.oi. Mi.no Vo'hlnu Inserted for less than at. IVofiiKfiloruil Curd one vear NEBRASKA THE STATE. Nellie Knaulf Plndn no Mud There, and hat (iand Time. 1 am farther away from home than whon I last wroto, ami 17u0 foot abovo st-alovul, breathing the air that is so light nud pure; that is it is only puro when we havo no dust storm which takes the place of a snow storm. We have had V'iry little snow, not more than an inch at any one time. In fact, I have never seen a milder winter than this has been. Two week ncro we had a tew c ld clays 1 below zero. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Hume or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Merchant J. W. Greathead is speuding two weeks with his sons in Staunton, Va. Do you want a carpet woven this spring ? If so, call on R. L. Jackson on Walnut street. Price right. Charlie Vores leit Monday for Cloveland, O, where he will be employed. Robert L. Jackson having pur chased Sanner Ray's loom is now prepared to weave blankets, car pets, &c, at his home on Walnut street in this place. Mrs. Matilda Trout and niece, Miss Elizabeth Trout went over to Chambersburg Tuesday to at tend , the funeral of Mr. Fred Shoemaker who died Sunday ev cuing. A card in the Fultou Democrat this week announces the with drawal of Dr. A. K. Davis from the race for the nomination as a candidate for the legislature. Wanted. Some good "strap" makers to work in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Apply to W. C. Mahtin, Locust Grove, Pa., who will be at Han cock...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

TRIFLES. rVnint nnlliliiK tr.vii! The merest nml t'jn the Mcacnpe ui ay r'oud itav Onu faulty note The aympli.iny'a c lear harmony may mar. Count notion 'rivi'i!' A woodland timer, Or iniN diamine 1 ly lovc'j holy illicit, May leud, m -iwr, A soul to I'ntKiiit'Hi o'er tlie In.cjts wf nigM.! Kim's t Niil Z-ynn. in Keryi i.ly's I i-axinc. A jy Fair Financier. 4i tOM. HKV hid finished dinner--5 J?" -0'i' !"! dinner. 0 I O el-gaull; s-.ti'l up mi n H A j round i.-i'ii,.. u-il choicely IOr .cooked. 'i In- butler : l tl 1 b: s .-;:! I u ji t had withdrawn, after phi"ing a .smart id dispatch box, which ihioii'hoiu the meal hud occupied h prominent ptsi lion on the sideboard, upon the shining cloth berore lln master of tin li.ju.-ic. Hi-, merely nodding, looked over ut his wife, who without, a word drew a little gold key from the collet of a rather massive seal ring and handed It silently across the table. 'Von are very- obliging." she said, with n cold little smile upon her beau tifully ou...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

DOCTORS FALL IN LINE. Fraetlclng Physician recoffaiie the Hnfalllngf reliability of Uoiu't KldDj Pilli by prctcrlbinittheni for Backache, Klduey, Bladder and lrinrj Dis order a tribute won by no other Proprietary Medicine. Pour canes cited from "Sotes of Ms Practice," by Dr. Leland Williamson, of Yoiituwn, Ark, YortKrowN, Ann., Mnr. 1, 1004. Foteii-Milb;r! Co., Buffalo, N. T. Gtntlr.mcn.-l bnve been ongniterl In the practice of medicine In this sec tion fdr ten yenrs. Tula la u very sickly ellmnte, on the Hiiyou Bartholomew, near the Arknnsn Hirer. It la particularly mnltirlou and tnlaamntlc; we meet with many imj vnrlous abnormal conditions of the human family; lirobilnent among the eases In which 1 have been called upon to prescribe 1 kidney disease. Many of these disorders manifest themselves by pains In the back, often extending to other parts of the body; sometimes headache I present, caused by uroemlc or chronic uric acid poisoning, soreness In region of kidneys, cloudy, thick...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 March 1904

Brick for sale at Morton's brick yard at the edge of town. Subscribe foroue! What? Tay lor's nen- up to-dnt.? Atlas of Ful ton county. Oulysi. This is a, good time to sub scribe for tin? Ihilton County Nkws. Only a dollar a year iu ad vance. La grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative quali ties of Foloy's Honey and Tar. There is nothing else "just as good. " While iu the act of crossing the public road in front of his resi dence, ou Mondiiy of last week, Daniel E. Fore of Tod township, slipped on the ico and fell, suffer iuga severe contusion of the right shoulder whicu incapacitated him from attending to Ins usual work for several days. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. Owing to the fact that the Kacket Store people expect to move their store into the room iormerly occupied by II. C. Smith & Co., opposite the postoflico about thu first of April, they are offering very attractive prices on much of their stock as w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 March 1904

VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBUUG, PA., MARCH ), 11)04. NUMHEK 2 5 FROM CHARLIE POTMAN. Interesting Account of a Tour In Persia Last Summer. MEETS A FORMER COLLEGE-MATE. Glimpses bl His Life and Work as a Mis slonary in that Far-Oil Land, Likes the People Very Much. The many friends of Rev. Charles R. Pittman, who over two years ago, went from McCon nellsburg to Persia as i mission ary under the auspices of Board ot Foreign Missions of the Pres byterian church, will be glad to read the following letter written recently for the young peoples society of Christian Endeavor in the Presbyterian church in this place. Ed. Salmas Plain, Persia, Dec. 15, 1903. During the past year I have been absent from our station about nine months touring, but will only write particularly about a tour made last Hummer, which extended from May 18 to August 4. On that tour I traveled about GOO miles and visited several of the important towns and cities in our field. I was accompanied by two of our Syrian preachers, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 March 1904

STRIKE AT VLADIVOSTOK live Japanese Battleships Bombard at Long Range. LANB FORCES MOVING THAT WAY Ristlaat Claim Thai Moat of the Lyddite Shelli Fired by the Jipi Filled to Burst Rut alia Batteries Did Not Reply, the Oea . cralt la Commaod Explaining They Were Awaiting Closer Approach ol the Japanese. Vladivostok, (By Cable).-A fleet of tve Japnnesc battleships anil two crulscra appeared off this place at 1.2.1 P. M. and tombarded the town and shore batteries lor 65 minutes. The fleet oppronched from the direc tion of Askold Island, at the enst en trance to Ussuri Hay, and about H2 miles southeast of Vludivostok. Entering Ussuri Hay the enemy formed in line of lttle, but did not approach to a closer range than five and one-third miles. They directed their tire against the shore bat teries and the town, but no damage re sulted, as most of their SOU lyddite shells failed to burst. The Russian butteries, commanded by Generals Vcroncts nnd ArtanofT, did not reply, awaiting a closer app...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 March 1904

CHRISTIAN AND CI11RCH Sunday Discourse Lty the Rev. Robert Macllonald. To Be Believer In Christ It Not Different From Being Believer in Man. Brooklyn, N. Y. "Christians outside the Church" was the subject of the eer non Sunday morning by the Rev. Koliert MacDonald, pastor ofthe Washington Ave line Baptist Church. It was the first of I series of five sermons. The text was from John x: 16: "Other sheep I have which re not of this fold." Air. MacDonald aid: So important and many sided a subject a this) must be looked at from more than one view point. Numberless are the ques tions to be considered. Numberless ttit opinions favorable and unfavorable, trui and false, to be confirmed in these ser mons or repudiated. Numberless the peo ple interested in so practical, and personal a question, some of whom love the church better than life; others of whom hate the churcn more than any other institution in existence; some who trace their loftiest aspirations, their deepest motives, theii holies...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 March 1904

M Kb ALVA'S f I Kill lUNDUD RlilON. Another Chapter on the Early History of the Netherlands. Consternation seizod the assem lily a jroucral massacro seem ed to bo tlto object of such maneu vers; but it was only tbo leaders of the anti-Spanish faction, which tho wily duke aimed to secure be fore thy would take alarm aud escape out of his net. So the first ones arrested were. Count E inont and Count IJooru; also twenty-five other uoblemen of less celebrity from all parts of the provinces. After tliese arrests were successfully made the knights were not molested and could go in peace. The news of this highhanded proceeding caused another iio.uoo of the best citizens to flee from the country before every avenue ot escape would be closed by the Spanish tro ps. As MarjrareUa was not consult ed in regard to these acts of the duke, she felt herself slighted, and conceived an aversion to Alva to such a degree, as to ask her brother the king, to relieve her of the office of governess v hich h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 March 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and Qcncral Interest, (lathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS, j Do you want a carpet woven this spring? If so, call ou K. L. Jackson on Walnut street. Price right. Mrs. Hugh Ewing, who has been in ill health for several months, continues critically ill. Mrs. W. H. Staley of Alleghe ny, Pa., is visiting her brothers Will, llarry and Staley Sipes in Illinois. Kev. Baugher next Sunday will preach at Oakley at 10, Board yard at 2:30, and at Antioch at 7 in the evening. Postmaster Geo. W. Ilixson of Emmaville and his sister, Mrs. McKibbin, spent Tuesday night at McUonnellsburg. Everett has six new cases of smallpox. On Monday the public schools were closed indefinitely, and all church services suspend ed. Mr. Daniel Landers of Taylor township spent Tuesday night at the County Seat, and found time to come in and cbat with the edi tor a few minutes. Robert L. Jackson having pur chased Sanner Ray's loom is now prepared ...

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