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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 March 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 8. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per , Annum in Advance. 'Prompt attention will be jjiven to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. "TOK PARTY" Till: I.ATFST. The, town of Dushore may be on top of the Alloghonios, and ru ral as to some things, but it is not altogether behind in novelties. Tho latest in that direction was a "toe party," which took place in the town hall last Friday night. This is the way it was done: A row of pretty young women were drawn up on the stage behind a curtain, and one by one stuck a bare foot under the curtain for the inspection of a number of youug gentlemen. Then the toes were auctioned off to the highest bidder, whose privilege it was to accompany the owner of the toes to lunch. The toes brought all the way from 33 cents to $3. In some instances...

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. — 8 March 1900

.TON COUNTY NEWS. ti COOL-HEADED. si mm ens IE . Jter Who Hive Done the Right ' ' hing at the Right Time. ' bin cool l'11" '"'-'" i'"n(' n' l.i I ninny lives, nml tlio joima 1 ( ' not oho whit. Iieliinil tln-li- eld I oVt'ds tliat need prcHciw1 of if.'ju time of (liuiKt-r. HrcciHly a Hub of village I toys were pluy ll In a flflil, o lialf mile ln.ni tmiolld one of them foil, tttrlk 1nwl stone, pverliijj nn artery K ove hl knee. The Mood Kpurteii ., larmlnly. but while the other Icrenmed ami Htiirtetl to run for Hi one of them. Pniiiiy Howell, not 12 years of BKe, pulled olT oi:e j Hi.i'pfiiclerR. mid linrlnc the loir, 'Vi'Jcl It nliovr the wound, using Ms loiii-ll to twist the hmtdiiKP iltflit r 5 to ntop the How of Mood, until '! tightened eotnp'H'loiiH mieeeeiled .ijting tho doctor there to lift the it T p rtmv tlifink Dnnny for your ', nltl the iloetor, n lie llnlshed 'V('u.'lK "'e wound, "for If he luid in cteil. Instead of running nwny. fould Imre Med to dentil long I - could l...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 March 1900

; ON COUNTY NEWS. COOL-HEADED. Inter Who H iv Done the Right hing ,n8 Rigut Time. llhiC CiM'l tt'0 11 till' mentis of ninny lives, nnd the joiinjf 1 eo- Illd OIK' Wlllt lll'tlltHI Ull'll- llll' deed that need pri'Hciigo or I.. ,i.., ..C ,l,ilnr,.r It Ill V cji, 1 1 1 1 1 r-' n clul of village Iioys wore piny- fell In a Hold, a biilf tulle from "InpollH e of tliem fell, ntrlk- aiiKifi'il stone, pverlii(t nn artery 'fiove hid kiH'O. Tin' Mood uriurteil liiniiliicly, lt while the other i,Ti'sitii'l nnl ntnrted to run for 'two of tliem, Pnnny Howell, not 2 yciu'S of Bite, pnlleil off one 1 1 mOM..,i,leis, and Imrlnjr tlie leir, '(d it'iiliovo the wound, tisliiir Ids knell to twlnt the IiiiihIiiko ilulit ' f to nti: the How of Mood, until I flu-liit iitii coiniuiuloliH Hticccoiloil ijtiujs tlie doctor there to lift the mny tliHtik Diumy for ytir .'Mill the doctor, lis lie finished 'ijfltiK the wound, "for If lie Inid i ftp,!. litHteari of runnllijf awny, toM Imre llel to ilenth lonr le j...

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

NEW YORK 1 in 9s Designs For Costumes That Have Be- como Popular in tho Metropolis. if Kw YonK Citt (Special). The farcre for the pnlley bolt nooossarily meant a stock to match, so when mi lady wanted it, of course, it wasn't TCLLRt STOCK FOIl AN A HOOT. long coming. The stack is very muok Uie same as the belt, only, of course, longer, as it goes twioo around. The pulley prinoiple is carried out by the two rings in front, andthe.se allow the FOU.ISY HTOCK. FOB A POHR-IN-MASU. ribbon to be drawn as tightly as de sired. Flexible bones bold the ribbon well op in plaofe, yet are pliable enough not to interfere with its being drawn closely into shape. c BtACK and Grtt A QUINTET OP It oan be tied in several different ways, two of which are here shown, uauiely, as an ascot and as a four-in-hand. The pnlley stock comes in all shades of satin ribbon aud in all wash able gauze ribbon for summer wear. Millinery Novelties. Women are already buying hats of white straw, lovely soft creations that...

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

-r Motfilag. n brain of man do lb intintiv brain of man Oa ritiO'l'i-:tn by OflW anil r,!1. thu EikJImm Chain Btaroli viiMn( ru to get from your " W,c 10n. packaga of "Hod 6n itinta 100. puckiiRd of ntBreli. wltti the pre at, tnkcppM''9 paneli, printed In ,,:(ulj!"n, or ona Twentieth ilcr,clnr, sin bos-sod In (fold, ' k four j;;rOiiar, a tfc rT "Unit." I"' IicikxI iltnl about 'unite" of ! ")rmy, anil It la not alwayt '"'V T'bat it means. When ' jut to, f ivcral army corps. '.' tli- ufiit moang an army ,,:ti en Army oorpi U light ytjt In tlio division, or una "it..;;, When a division la J'tR mt ana brigade, or one PjdivlMl'.u. Whnn a brigade jj.jho milt meang a liattallon, I j of tint brlgado. Usually, . bnlt Ip lined to moan one f ', r & .!. .Tlnn ,.f In. Bii-n, squadron or cavai- u liKt'"r (if nrtlllory six any of mounted Infiintry couifiany of (inslnperg, of fjrvtce Corps, and of other ,n twin. j Humors in i Art) Cure by id's aparilla oil "J o.)orJ. 0113. r,1. tot lite la. ' I...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 March 1900

V Oillsmith, the Tuilor. Jull-O, thi ivk'lirutcil dessert nt Ivoliiiisim'si (fritrery. 1 Yliue buckwheat Hour liy the twcn-t.v-Mve pound Hiiek. inquire ut the Nnws olllcp. See advertisement of sale of (leore MoQuadu, deceased, In another col umn. A Htrunp-r will jireueh In the V. i. church at Knobsvillo next Sublmth morning, March 11, nt ten o'clock. II. M. Ash received tlie intelligence, by telegram Saturday evening of tlio death of his sister who resided inWust Virginia. Our friend V. II. Woodal, jr., of Ayr township, Is raising eleven lambs from five ewes. If this thin;,' keeps up William will soon have cjnlto a lloek. UeKulb Wilt succeeded Gervaise Wert, as bur-tci.der of tlio Hotel Wn verly. The former will hereafter act as clerk in tho olllee of the hotel. - Hert ford Gazette. Kev. II. C. Clair will preach In the I'resbyterian chur.ih at this place at 2 o'clock on next Saturday afternoon, and on Sabbath morning and evening, and at Green Hill ut .'1 o'clock on Sab bath afternoo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

iftiitfltt 'pLUME I. HOME AGAIN. r r - l mimi'iimi uuuni. our ri.uujj 1 We Saw, Observations From the ills" wrong in our old paper s htf Window, and Incidents Of a time, some pifiu m panic Little Trip. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., MARCH 15, 1900. NUMBER 26. ' II, we urn homo iifraiti . Tlio li-k told yon 'K'41 ww'k tMllt 1,10 ,'1' .frould not bo '""' H"ny days j hivr you the reason- a noodlvss Ho do-for every ono know 1111 left homo Thursday noon, jihl, and went to Morocrsburg I" ' fck, Duvy Little was tho driver Ttjlie only other passenger was vr Tujl.'i' of the Fulton nrpubli n..fThe distance to Morocrsburg Is le, 'tiini ahout two hours and f f;ire seventy-live cents-round 1.2.". When we got out of the fet M'T'-orsburg, we hade Dnvy bye, and told him, "we'd see (yraia." He tried to smile, and kuni'thhi ahout that being nil but v.e could see he was wonder by editors did not prnolieo what lire always urging ul,on tnlil' fiber cash in advance. j.3(i, we boarded a train on the f Penn, went to...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

LUIMJASI. (ONHI'tKACV Ali.KUKt) TO IIAVK UK. TI.HMINKD ON GO!!:!.'. DKATII. 25 MEN WERE CONCERNED. I'rptr llonno From m llin.lt li Said, the Mluck Heart fining the Fatal Pawn- Gov. rrnor Hrrkhaiu Ha Organised a ltlve.1 Htate Guard Mllltl Flocking to Frank furl -Mountaineer Cuming. frnnkfort, Kjr., (Special.) A letter re ceived lijr State's Allornt-y Hubert B. Frank Ha says that P.rniislleld Bertram, Sheriff ot Breckinridge county, who recently died ol pneumonia, revealed on bin death bed a fdol of which he had knowledge to murder Wil liam Goebol. According to the story 25 men drew lot lo determine who should do the killing. 'J'wenty-flve beam, 24 white and 1 blank, were planed In a box and enoh of the 25 men drew a benn. The man getting the blank bean agreed hefornhand to kill the Democratic aspirant for Governor. The plot was revealed. It la snld, and f ev eral perilous warned Goebel that he would be killed If be exposed himself In public. Tim warnings were not heeded. Detectives, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

LuisuAsr. ('-NMIIRAVr AM.KGKfl TO HAVK TMIMINKI) (IX UOKIIr'.l.') lltiATH. 25 MEN WERE CONCERNED. Ilrpw Ileans from ft llm, It U Said, the It lurk llnan Keltic the tut! Pawn-Onv-rrnor Iterkhain Ha Organised K'vhI mate Guard Mllltla Flocking to Frank fort -Alountftfloner Coming. Frankfort, Ky., (Special.) A letter re ceived liy State's Altorni-y Kobcrt P.. Frank lin says that Iirnnslleld ItiTtram, Sheriff ol llreckinrldge county, who recently died ol pneumonia, revealed on bis death lied a plot of which be had knowledge to murder Wil liam Gocbnl. According to the story 215 men drew lot (o determine who should do the killing. Twenty-llvo banns, 24 white and 1 lla!k, were planed In a hex and enuh ot the 2E men drew a beau. The man getting the Mack bean agreed Iwiforohaud to kill the Democratic aspirant for Governor. The plot was revealed. It In snld, and rev eral pcrjons warned Goebel thnt be would be killed II he exposed himself In public. The warnings were not heeded. Detectives, 1' ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

TO MY OWN. (If ' ABtK, UApcA In long. soft tall; 1 1. KniiKKlurt a ""lid "n bo (imn 'nntli tho old fence rail; riixn I' I"1? n '"I""'' "f down "(M.aoit thii nrelilnff brimb fnr".t and we In the town, v h"ii"V-boy, limb. ml W,ji'i i-" n velvet ball ,, ler tli (lend swamp Rrnfw; m iiv t.io fconm waterfull ' 'JV rfr-imin oft of the baas; '' y chick id tho ground and air - Ll li li.o dop h Hie rIow of tho firelight fnlr, ' y honey-boy sleep. I'iwiml rompi with the whirling .?Krnt none about; I riinri field are iibnd for no, ,i the owl t out. ' where tin mothcrklu breast Is t .ntbin' nrm nro tlRht. I. Slm snow and tho front and itorm, . It'll!, bo?K'jr-liiy. Bood-nlght. j S-itnrilii V 1'vonlnn Pott, 01 (oaoroooooooooooocog :5awws story, g 033033S0000O0OO0OO0O OUTII is impa tient uuil the twelve woary months that had crept by since I had passod my trying examina tion and been ndmitted to the bar peemed an limo. I , uirea a oozy nmo t building tilled with scores "Ijiaeut law firms. After a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

:4 10 M OWN. fir Y.finiv r. nhmw. ,fI'lM hid In his hollow tree, ft f In lu 'ng. soft tall; I nniiKifl-'d ttx smiir OHO bo ""'neHtli t l,o old fence rt; riptii In only a Imimli of flown ekut tli npolilnff bnipb 5cir't find wo In the town, , (ioiiy-b'y, limb. ' -J "'iiiii vBO s:n In n velvet bull Hi. t! dead wmp Rtnnn Vortkv iho fro.wn wnterfull Irfr-Miid oft ot the bints; ' ililck "f the erounil nnd air - 1 In hni "i ib-op , the at ,,lu f,relK1,t Inlrt Ihouey-boy, ulciop. Irlud rnmpe. wllh the whirling " 1-f I,... trnei nrunt nboiit; (.(.'j'ld fH'l lire n boil -for no, T I! I'm.; th nil Is OUt V " . i i t. . I I. more ti?M nnHiji.TKiu icu.it. is "'Kii-kin'n aw llRhl. '1 m jo hiioiv and tho front nnd torm, nut, .It tnnV-OiiV. ITtlllil-n IKin HIM-S -a-.tHTilnv EvonlUK fuel. mt , ,rnvl'K V;,- ir"kn' , W IStWOTS STORY. t332 30000OO0O30OO0O HUTU is impa tient imil the twelve woary mouths Hi at had crept by sinoo I had possod my trying examina tion and been admitted to tho bar peemed an t...

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. — 15 March 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. PtiCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Aarch 15. 1900. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertisinir rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. Tin: sweetest misk: You muy talk about your slntfln' an' 1 won't disnto a tiling, liut jjlve to nil- tin music that my mother used to shuz! Tin? sinnin' that U jiuiU for nlie wver even heard, And her voice runj? out us freely as the, sititfln' of a bird. When I was tired on' sleepy she'd wusli nit) clean and sweet An' hiijj me tight, an' tuck my gown around my little feet, An' rock on' rock, while with her voice the old house used to ring. Till sleep like balm descended, us 1 heard my mother sing. Tlx-lievetho sweetest music we shall hear around the throne Will come from justsuchhumblesouls, hurd-worked an' unknown. They could sing a hymn Inmeet...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

ON BOUNTY NEWS. WISE OH FOOLISH. tf a Boy Who Would Not Be f Soared. cilicd 'liliu Tommy the Wine a iic was no very foolish, nd b(? wntkp.1 Into the room with cckiiif? the man who had rang bp.HRcntrfr boy nearly had a lit. it init kciberrles!" lie num. "nre only boy they hod left to nentj jiy nodded hln head. t hellnve I d (lure to fciki n le uaeltniie by such a Ktupld- i bov an you. I tell you what f Just you run back to the bona tell th'in to send mo n boy who 'whether he'e asleep or nwnke." I -but a word Tommy turned j kroiitnl and ahullled toward the Et.. " t.il1 tin. iiinn to himself. I believe that boy would know IT - .. l.t... t ...I... If Jiotiso reu on in m. i nonm-i n m't nny way to make lilin look I Buy, boy." he called out Just Imy's hitnd won laid on the iob; "come nack nere: 'linmv Hhullled back innchlP'! with no more expres. tilu tw e than a wooden nmnui have. here, boy," said the man, tuk k little box. "I've made tip my ) let you deliver, this packnKe, ' (nui km i"'-...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

7 I NEW YORK i i . '- - - - p$ Designs For Costumes That Have Be j come Popular in the Metropolis. Nkw Yobk Crrr (Special). Those novelties have been observodat recent weddings: The abandonment of gloves by bride and bridegroom. The attachment of a court train T 7tk -K . WEDD1NO DRESS OF WIMTK SATIS. very long and fall to the wedding dress. The frequent substitution of nomo clinging fabric, like crepe lo cbiu or Tciling, for the classic whito satin. Tte addition of many tiuy frills to the wedding veil, unless this be of costly lace or an huirloom. The garbing of tho maid of honor precisely like the other bridesmaids, even to the color of her bouquet. The preference for ."white" wed dings. At one of tho largest weddings that Now York has seen this season both brido and bridegroom were of unusual height, the one being more than six feet tall, the other within an inch or two of that stature. There were six bridesmaids, all conspicuously petite, and, whether by design or accident, the e...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

J(mi r. i-f"" "i"' advance HI jm ! nit' "sfully conducted . ' (hue p ."ne to those only V)" triili -jii ; nrlor merit and n , Jn Hi-; nwiii'ilaotitre of laun- t'urt I 'it quarter of n con Ibiocer ha been the poor of !"'',! to-iltiy l plnolutt on tlio I lest Invention, "Hod Cross" Ir's I'.iwt," tho llnost Inundry '.'''oflVred lh. publl d orIt?)iiRl method nniiblns t 1 n . .inrtL.nnA r.r 'ptarnli. otiOlarRe 10c. pnnkngo ' iw.r uiitnb. with tbo nre- TMi1"1 rti.;.i, ...... ' (hnkenpearopnnola, printed In ' ' (ful dolors, ua nntural ns llfn, . 'llotti Canlnry Girl ontnndnr, t kind vr prlntod, nil (or f grocer. ,000 for K 10.K0H volumes. "''fctrotr l I" Library. ""jiilcott'a famous law library aot L lbs nr.y of tho Colorado "! -fenutor recently refused au it 'Vri-ow's Snntli'iir Svropfnr ehllriron ,mlheirm-"l,PlMllir-tIllf lntlainmv arP' kJ tv, oiw wind llc.aac itutUn, fenrp-r!itlnns In I'arla bin led ' d imipy main (.nii?rs to Urns 'ac; n,,rli.l:i-i Mnit Incorporated i t the In" ot l.eli...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 March 1900

(iolil-miHli, llii' Tiiilor. N'orwiHul Sewiny Mudi'mes ciytiti'di dollars at, Irwin'n. Tlie Mi'ivci sbiii'if lumiery will short ly In- , in (ii'i iit ion. liyi'oii ft Soiih litive litli'il tlii ir tiinnci-.v in :m up-to-diit ) manner nml no doubt me nlioftt ontcrini; a iirosniTous farcer. Irwin can Hiipply just the books you need for that school library. The Cumberland count-commissioners lined the tax rato for 11100 at three 'mills, which is the same as last year. Tho dotf tux has been lowered from "') to 50 cents for fema'es and from 40 to 21 cents for males. l'lnin and decorated dinnerwnre chca) at Irwin's. The Bedford (la.etto suys tliat Mrs. J. i. Over has rented tho two rooms over K. (i. T. WollV's tobacco wtore hi liedford and will occupy the same on or about April 1. John A. Irwin wants ton thousand pounds of bacon, hams and lard in exchange for fish or any jroods in his line.. Tho following were elected olliccrsof the I'hamborsburj,' anil liedford Turn pike Koad Company las...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 March 1900

mtllmi mm 1 .Lme 1. McCONNELLSBURG. FA.. MARCH 22. 1900. NUMBER 27. H0:iE AGAIN. Saw. Observations From the ndow, and Incidents Of a Little Trip. E:? -. ntlcucl from lust week. ppur to travel from oast Jit is 1- o'clock noon at uny , fjju the sun In directly over a I north and south through L. f point Is tt better word than fow, it la plain that It will im ut McConnellsburg until laches a point directly above . Running north and south m.j ''omtollHbiirg; and when Ruches MeConnellsburg's line, "'js it 12 o'clock, Harrisonvllle, 'H.. T,...W...wl t....u u-ulf IMi, UUU JJVUIUIU munu .... Sinner t.ntil the sun has had iakn tii'i trip that much farth- It U VI o'clock at MeConn- liefore It is 12 o'clock at tiie or any point west, while points east of Metonnells- their 52 o'clock earlier. ereneo amounts to one hour 7 twenty-fourth of the dis jnd the earth in a direct east .. .iino, which, in the latitude of " jlsburg 1b about 000 miles, bo foregoing, it Is readily jif every point were to us...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 March 1900

J BOERS INJESPAIR. HKPOIVrftD THAT TIIKT AOMITTalKIH caiHk norti tss. DESERTION OF GENERALS. f.uens Ulrf or Refuse to Fight Again and nhala burger In Lnkfwarm-Ituraher re Going Ifosne by tha Hundreds, o Dlspatnh From I-orenio Marque to London rnper Htates. London, (P.jr Cablo.)-The Dully Mall h (lie following dlspatah from Lorunao Mur- "Lute arrivals from Pretoria any tnut the Bonn themselves now dinlt that their cause Is hopeless. "Gen. Lucas Meyer refuse to fight ngnln, Dd has returned to hi farm. "Oen. Schalkburger hit also returned, and tha burghers an going home by hun dreds." Cullnpso In Free State. Bloemfonteln, (By Cnble.) It nre t0 ay that the Boon have completely collapsed Id the Free State south of thin point. The British cavalry patrols, going aa thn Modder Ittver, have found no sign of the enemy. The bridge la untouched. Altogether 400 Boers have come In hore to surrender. General Frettymsn's proclama tion atlpuiatea that the arm must tin dellv red by noon on Sunday. GJ...

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. — 22 March 1900

1 LIUMT BULBS FOrl BURGLARS. I OPPING PEBBLES IN ASTREAM. . , roi.i.' In th' water Js i splaaHan' II li on, JaV Mif n iHMidrnd ripples elrclln' on an on an on, iLtiiT iri !i, iin' from the oentro, flowln' on out to ths ten, b' slr.'l no way o' tullln' where IV "oil In oln' to bo. la r i)M In tn wntor In minnte ye forKt, I hv imifl wmea V flowln' an' the'a rlpplee olrnlln yet, V r'rpi"" iin win', lliyta' to a rolnhty wave linn irrown, f (IMti.rlMHl a mlfelity rlter-jH' by dropplu' In a atone n unklnri word or cnrelaaa In a minnte It I Bonn, ; .. i..i imnilrnit rlnnlea elrolln' on nil' on nn' ou. apriviiUn', op run din' from ths centra na th' r-o. Kn I no WT lO Slop era, on jo th aiarwu 0111 ig uvw. an nnilnit worn or ourniws m miuum jo mrK., .'. nirm e-avne a' flowln' nn' the'a rlpplea elrolln' vet. briiniK In some unit benrt mlirlity wave of tenra ye'va atlrrej, it u.i.rt.A.i iifeet'a hnnov when ye dropped an unkind word. a wr-rfl o' ohoar an' klndnea Jna' a flnfth and It la gone. h...

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. — 22 March 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. PtiCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 22, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. WHEN THE MINISTER COMES TO TEA. Oh! they've Hwt'pt the parlor unrpct, ami they've dusted every chair, And they've pot the tidies huntrin' jest exootly on the square: And the whatnot's llxed up lovely, and the mats have nil been heat, And tho pantry's brinunin' over with the bully things ter eat. Sin hos got her Sunday dress on and Klio's friz.in' up her bungs, Ma's got 011 her best ulpacky und she's nskin' how It hangs, l'u has shaved as slick as can be, and I'm rigged way up in G, And it's all because we're goin' ter have the minister ter tea. Oh! the table's fixed up gaudy with the gilt-edged ()hii:y set, And we'll use the silver tea-pot and the...

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