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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 October 1899

'tjui.TON COUNTY NEWS. f ASM RATION'. 11V UK. J. l. HOLLAND. ' fcvou isnnt readied ulauiiijjle Iiounil, iwi'hiiiM the. lmUler hy which wo 6m the lowly fiiitli t; the vaulted (1 we mount t; itH .summit round by I rou ml. punt tlii-i tliinjr to be grandly true &t a nnblo deed U " t''l toward , I'lQd - t tlie soul from tin' I'immmn clod a purer uir mid a broader view. i rise by tlie thin;: that uiv under ''"whiib we htivo maslered of (rood or jtlio pride deposed and tiro passion ; slain J tho vanijuished ills that wu hourly ; nut t . hope, we aspire, we resolve, we )V trust, t-n the morning rulln n.s to life 1;, again our hearts e.rov weary and ere tlie uiKhl, ( lives are trailing in sordid dust. lio(K', wo resolve, we usnire, we Tl I"'a'v' L we think that wo inoiint the air on IJj wlnjjs and the recall of sensual things, le our feet btill clin-j to the heavy ; clay. , gs for I he impels, but feet for men muv borrow the wins to find the 0li3iay hope, and resolve, r.nd aspire, and p...

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. — 5 October 1899

No Cure, N Pay, N thn rnty Klnilley'" Kyi- falve Is mid. hnmlc mid Kntinilutftil rurvt) In .at ly; rnuiimin em-e eve In 'A rirs, or money buck fur the klim. Mold l.y nil liuirKisl, or liy tiutll, but. J. 1'. Havtkh, Dr-ciilnr. Trttif. Iird ( hlcf Jiixtlnn ltni ll, of Knclnnil, In il nlwayn In have it beton every imp-trunk eeortlnu event. , netotjr I lllood lccp. Clean blood moans n clem r-kin. No booty without ii. t m.Mret. ('iindy Cnlhai (Iran your blood mid keep it clcmi, bv Mining up tin- luy Ijtrroii.l driving ail ini I'Uritics from tho body. II' mil t l:i v to I .ttiisli pimples, hnil.s, I.loti Ii , H.ukhi'.iil,'. mil that sickly bilious romplt ion bv taking 'iimarets, -lnumy tor trn i-i'iilx. All ilitij fnl, satisfaction final iiuUvd, lev, Sic, Site. ileinife llerry, 1lin K 1 1 1 1 1 1 lminlMm-lf r. bus i, tired fillers. caiV M-rvli-c ulih military b.l lid's. Wllllt Ii TilltiTllH'f It i a sui-e film fur sli .kin f!'rfn;. It tires Itcii, tHtf.r. r nmvuiti. crzeinri. nit rliiMim...

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. — 5 October 1899

J BEY. DRJALMAGE. l2 EMINENT DIVINE'S SUNDAY DISCOURSE. ilorii Ttie )lir ol tho Nnw Nnvl Jlrroe" Honervd Knll Meunro ol V'rlM t'nefiil I.on Dreirn From 'shrlv Hrnverr nml Ievotlon, iCi pyrlght, Ijoiiitt Kli.pw :h, HS0.1 , (frfliiiH(iTo!, D. C At ft llmnwhiM) tho ; K1 nation In ntlrrod with piitrlotlc emo ti at the rotnra nt Ailmlral Clporuo I nf ey nod bin Riillnnt rami on tbn criilner tmplH nnM the miiRnlllcont recnption ne filed to them, the Uov. Dr. T. 1)8 Witt i lmniiit, In Ills sermon, preaching to n . It nudlniipc, appropriately recitlls for . to it nod I ntrlotlc purposiw Rome of the jut niivnl ilendiof Miluu and more recent t ". Tnxl, James I'.i., 4, "Heboid alio ,.ulp." I '.t thin exclamation win appropriate about , f2 year" aeo, when It wna wrltton con I rulnKtli0 crude llsblnptnackat!sntalld I kn Gallltie, how mnnli more appropriate . an rtROwhlnh hn. lai'ioohed from the dry ,. e. f')r pnrpoani nf par? tho Ocunulo of ' j While Ht'ir linn, the Luonnlu of the v Jiard lino, ...

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. — 5 October 1899

V Local Correspondence. WIIII'S COVE. Mr. David A. linker U building n house, and will have It under roof In a few day. Dennis Hurt anil wife of Hartford City, Indiana, and Henry Desliong and wife of Sipes Mills, were visiting relatives In this pi (ice recently. Clyde Hess, of Needmore, wan vis iting the families of Kphralm Hurt nnd AllH'rt riessingcr Suturduy nnd Sun day. Hurvey Sharpe, teueher of Lcxuist Grove school, spent Suturduy and Sunday at his home on Timber Hldge. Vincent Hart and John M. Truux, an Jurors, will attend Court this week at McConnellsburg. Belle Dtehl is visiting her sister, Mrs! James Pee, nt Kays Hill. Oak Grove school opened lust Mon day. Kmelino Mellott U very ill at this writing. Truyer meeting lit Whips Cove church lust Sunday. We had quite a black freeze, or heavy frost on last Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clayton Hixson, of Amurunth, were visiting in the Cove Sunday. The Fulton County News Is just the puper the people have lifen needing. Diehl's finish...

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. — 12 October 1899

C0ttttt if HI El 4tl VI MCCONNELLSBURG, FA., OCTOBER 12, 1899. Slume 1. , - -J- - - - 1 a mm r. I.OX(J. subscriber to Tiik I'Vlton TY Nhwh pots each week (j-todale newspaper, eight fifty-six columns, twelve inches, of livo printed sr, equal to nu octavo book irly two bund. od and fifty t; and it costs you but one fa year, or less than two a week. Think of getting a book for two cents! and yet are getting its equivalent week in the News. If the ins of reading matter found !News for- one year were 1 end-to-end, you would have ,hg lucking only a few feet lilo in length, or an equivi f a library of over fifty vol i Don't wait auother day, lata dollar bill iu an euve- llnth your name and post of Idress, mail it to us, and hd your family will be hap iding the News for a whole Do it to-day. MOKli KIM) WORDS. Full of News. Fulton County Nkws l.s this jf a new journal published lit inellulmrjr, this State, uihUt the jvmcnt of Kditor H. V. lVck, lly of tlii Fulton Democrat. The Is eight (lajj...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 October 1899

'TWO TOWNS TAKEN. Carite Viejo and Noveleta in American Hands. THE GALLANT MARINES. "Watt! ThrtiDth Klca Field and Forded Slars to Knarb Ilia Kneroy Our Troops t With Mevera Loss Insurgents IHwa Mack With Considerable Loss ' or Novaleta Homed. Koveletn, Island of Luzon, (By Cable.) Ceneral Bchwun's columu, consisting of the Tblrtoenl.i Iufnutry, a liaitiillun of tbe Fourteenth, two troops of cavalry, Caitnla Bellly's Lattery of the Fifth Artillery and lsswe'a scouts, advanced from Baeoor and eornpled Cavlte, Vleji nnd Noveletn. Tha Amrrica.il loss was three olllcprii nod ulna privates wuundnd, one of tbo oIHi'wi tains; mortally hurt. Tbo loss of llio cunmy ) unknown, but tbe bod Inn of three Filipinos vara seen. There wera two (burp fight nenr Novelets. Xwo aoouU first encountered the enemy aaar Cavlte Vlojo, and noon put them to flight, continuing thnlr advance. Captain Hiiffold'e liattnilon of tho Thir teenth lt-nlir.ru I, with two companies of Iba FotnteoutU and a numbor of Tagnl...

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. — 12 October 1899

r HUGE RESPONSIBILITY. 8 By Charles Newton Hood. T was a thrilling afternoon for us two little fellows, Ed and me, but it won't seem ex citing nt nil to read it and not bo just little country villaae ten years of age and of twenty 10t;o. i .,f,s a Saturday afternoon half ;i , that , Ed came over to my ;r oug before I had finished my : J piling up wood, and an 1, 1, between gasps, "Oh, come ' '-.go down to the Central 1'ail ' 'they're goin' to sell a hull rail n there atanntiou. Just think '"lull railroad." ''ked in dismay at the rtnpiled H id wished that I d worked 111 ;,, Ding and finished up, but Imi ,l,.to, like a good fellow, and by n p w were through aud had 'd ad with tho nnequalcd speed . Doted small boys down street, -jdors and porches of the little village hotel were alive with "lely dressed and prosperous "v strangers, who were gathered s, talking earnestly together, i in oouples up and down the '""l in qniet consultation. .'" ight of way and assets of tho ""graded but sti...

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. — 12 October 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. VV. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday Oct. 12, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be tfiven to applications for ad vertisinf rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. KI OI IKI MKNTS OF TIIF.COM I I'l.SOR V l.ni CATION LAW and now i:mokci:i). THE DEATH OF 6E0. 6. RUPLEY. AN F.XF.MI'I-ARY CITIZEN OF MF.Ki;F.RSHl'R(i. Ills Experience lit tins Time of the First KnIJ In Southern Pennsyl vania t'nptulii of the Home ' (tiai'iU and Hm-gcNS of the Town Ills Arrest with Other Lending i Citlcns and Incarcerations in Lihhy Prison An IntcrcxtiiiK .Story, Ktinirt's Raid -Mr. Hurley i Shared a Frugal .Meal With (ien eral Wade Hampton. Ia reply t an inquiry as to the compulsory school law and wh;it individuals are resjionsible for its enforcement, the West Ches ter News says: The Compulsory Edueationlaw was passed in 1305 and ...

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. — 12 October 1899

$ HILTON COUNTY NEWS. Pl'AlPKIN hi:. liti tlii! Hprlii? tlio ciitcr'H fancy , Lightly turn to rhubarb pic, put a very modest portion Of lli' HtiilT will mitisfy. Prion he feel an Inward lonlnjf For Bomt pastry that will plcaxc, ind Imiintlriitly lu'n jfluiicini,' j At the jrrct'n fruit on Hip trees. 3y and by the cherries ripen, ', And lire made inured lent M a p!e whose line appearance . Is attractinjr compliment. 3ut, sltlioujjh he likes it belter ; Than the one of rhubarb made, Still, that lon-felt want he's noting And it cannot lie allayed, oon the berries are arriving, ' 'And to them lie promptly turns Vith a hope that they will furnish 'I'io for which his palato yearns, lut they make the crust so miguy That with them he's soon displeased, I . hd the appetite for pastry Jg remaining unapiicascd. I .hen the summer brings the peaches, Q And some ripened apples, too, nd the fragrant huckleberries, In their shining coats of blue, bough he's linding them much richer Than their prede...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 October 1899

iS A tK II. III. KHI. H SH ilUUlUU.UA UllUJJi The Improvement In Meevea. A few rears ago there was n notion lint good beeves could not bo made licforo they were at least four years old. W'lint a difference now, and all Jieesnse of tun introduction of better Wood, breeding and nianngeinout, combined willi soiontiflo feeding. All these Lave reduced the ago of market ing to about half. Sueceitlona For Killing; Weeds. The easiest way to Ret rid of burs is ia sow oats or wheat in the fields where the weed is found, and after the grain lias been removed to mow the burs be fore they can ripen. Ragweed, too, can bo destroyed iu this way by mow ing the pasture or Krain field in which it is found, iiurdock in hard to kill, Imt by cutting it deep iu the grcund just before it ripens for a year or two it cau always be gotten rid of. T!y cutting several times duriug the sea won nil the larger aud older weeds can lie killed and the smaller ones reduced in growth or their roots grubbed out. One of ...

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. — 12 October 1899

id Arc Van t'mina Allen's Koot-Knse t I H Is thn only pure for Swollen, Hmsrt- ln. Tired, Aflhtnff, Btiriilnir, Sweating .,1 Kct, Corn Mid Bunion. Ask for Allen's 'i I" oot-Esse. n powder to he slinkim Into thn slice. Bold (y nil Irii(fBlst, Orneors nnd f Bhoe Stores, iic Hsmple sent FREE. Ad- jf dress, Allen H. Olmsted. LeRov. N. Y, v The fiev. John Nnlllo, of Trnppo. Tn., Is " th oldest elerKymna In notlve survico In 1 tills country. 44 What's in a Name? Everything, tvhen you come to medi cines, A sarsaparilla by any other name can never equal Hood s, because of the peculiar combination, proportion nnd pro cess by which Hood's possesses merit peculiar to itself, and by tuhich it cures when all other medicines fait. Cures scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, that tired feeling, etc. It: I To Teitrh t!ie Tunc. Ames (Iown) Spedul to Chicago Tribune: Prof. D. A. Kent, once con nected with the Iowa Agricultural Col lege, hns been offered an nppolntmnet by James Wilson,...

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. — 12 October 1899

Local Correspondenci-. AMARANTH. Miss Ella Holly and W. C. MtKio are on the nick lint. H. U. I.nnhli-y and Silas Holly will go to ('iimln'rliind this week. W. K. Stino sppnt Saturday and Sunday nt his hotnr in Kinniuvlllp. John Dintfloy, of H uncock, was Urn jruost of Silas Holly last Saturday. Mrs. Wm. L. Mc.KiMiin and daugh ters Jessie and Clara, of North Dako ta, arc visiting relatives In this com munity. Ir. .Tamos McICihhin and family, of Mi-m-rsburj?, have just had u pleas ant visit to the Doctor's old homo in the Valley. Mrs. Darbara Fisher, who had been spending three weeks with her daugh ter, Mrs. John Spade, of Sipes Mills, returned home Wednesday. While harrowing w ith u spike har row last week, Anthony Lynch, In Monie way became entangled with the implement, and the result wus a badly lacerated leg. AKEIiSVILLE. Mr. Clarence Stoner, of Clearfield county, but formerly of lirush Creek, was circulating in our midst last week. Clarence is well known and all like to see him. ...

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. — 19 October 1899

JttltOtl Cottitto )LUME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., OCTOBER 19, 1899. BURGLARS. r Homes in McCon- tcllsburg Visited. t - . tlion lv darkness rather iL-ht, ono would feel that I the present period of Jul moonlight ni?l)ts one's rty would bo entirely safe, i sometimes happens that we feel safest, then arc we it danger. ipeeri twelve and one o'clock Jty night wlien the family of :rove were nil enjoying that l'iil slumber that fulls upon pood minister's family, the f if the night was disturbed "'crash of a pano of window j This, Mr. Grove heard, & deceived as to the. direc- 0 I He thought it was some ;e away, and the sound in 1 that it was on the other i if the street. Hence he li iy gave it a second thought. ,S3G heard some one in the f down stairs; but, the it that it was some member own family, alarm never d his mind. an early hour Tuesday lg, Mr. Grove went down j, Ilis attention was at once I rid to the fact that the doors U open. Then he noticed ,oor littered with burnt 5H, the dr...

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. — 19 October 1899

Secretary of Agriculture Talks of This Year's Corn Yiel d. 'MILLIONS OF BUSHELS. iTMitfca tkitt Farmer Will Find It Hon aratM to Peed It to Wlnrk Thun to MpliAkrMHl at Uw Kt-Hlgh Prle m1-Tnw Cutting Uood Price for TKelr JTraweta. Mill-am, fSfeell.) "TM ynt'n corn !MP on of th largest In nr hls- jT- Secretary of Agriculture James fruaa. wk was In Chicago with the rrl teattal parly. "Tim total ytld. It It estl ate, will a between twenty-three and tweaiy-flv hundrrd millions of bushel. iTberw will h plenty for manufacturing and ift-effiaj. anil w will bur till th corn to mil. , jlkM anybody want to tttr. To whet ex eslk Top will be shipped abroad will de J" la-cely apon lb prion It will bring. The high prices offered for meats will Incline lb farmer to as lliplr crop for feeding rTwii" Oenttnnlnr on the prnricts for good ptir. r-r. tnrjr Wll.on snld: Where -toe la lo ho f .und the corn will fc-it mt.hu the. prlee .n high. A cnnsld jmbie frrK-Miin of the crop will h" erlbhed, ! termer g...

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. — 19 October 1899

OLD-FASHIONED POSIES. Si'vi tliono swset old-fashlonsd posies that were mother's pride and Jov, Jn ihr sunny little ardn where I wandnrod whpn n hoyl f)li th mornlno'-frlorles twining 'monRst the shining sunflowers tail, lUli, ttie mornlna-i tn1 the clnmntls -tanRie in me nnsrio 01 mn wmu Jtow the mlRnonetto's sweot bloomlnR was perfuming nil the walks, Vhere the hollylioeks stood proudly with tholr blossom-dotted stalks, SWhl'e the old-mnlrts' pinks were nodding groups ot gossips, hore nud there, , Un the bluebells swung so lightly In the lazy, hazy ulrl Then the sleepy popples stooping low their drooping, drowsy heeds, 'And the modest young sweet-wllllama hiding In their shady bedel Jiv the edges of the hodges, where the spiders' wohs wore spun, How tho marigolds lay, yellow as tho mellow snminor sun J'hnt made nil tho grass a-dnpple 'neath the lnaly apple tree, Wln-noe you hoard the locust drumming nud the humming ot tho boo, While the soft breeze In the trellis where the roses u...

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. — 19 October 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. n. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday Oct. 19, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be tfiven to applications for ad vert isini' rates. ; Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. Till: 1SI.INI) WKAVF.K. Tlu (rrcut wheel turns, und tliroiili my I Kinds I feel the swift threads run; My sightless eyes run never see In warp ond woof of tapestry The tissue Vute hus spun; I know not whut I blindly weave, And yet I dumbly pray That when the shadows closer ereep . Some bit of beauty t may keep For all the toiling day. Sometimes the thread Is silken soft. As thistledown afield; I tremble Is it Love ut last? A litfht for vision overcast And has my heart a shield? The wheel waits not, and I toll on Along the vast design; From course to line the woof threads range Ah, foolish one, they shall not change For wish nor prayer of thine! T...

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. — 19 October 1899

L i uN COUNTY NEWS. H RAILWAY TO 1IKAVEN. I like ft mountain railway, an engineer Unit's brave! tist make t.lio run successful m the. cradle to the grave! ) the curves, tin- IIIIh, tin; tunnels; not falter, do not quail; your hand iton the throttlo your eye upon the rail. fill roll tip urauen of trial; ! will cross tlio brldjre of Htrifc iot Christ is your conductor .his llfflit tilny train of life. s mindful of instruction, your duly, never fail; your hand upon the throttle, jour eye upon the rail. fill often find obstructions k for storms of wind and rain; jurvo, a 1111, a trestle; Jr will almost diteh your train. ur trust alone in Jesus er falU'r, never fail, four hand upon the throttlo your eye upon the rail. U roll across the trestle, nning Jordan's swelling tide, i behold the Union Depot ; which your train will glide; you'll meet the Superintendent, "the Father, God the Hon; II hearty, Joyous plaudit, .iry pilgrim, welcome home! CnOKUS: id Saviour, Thou will guide, us we reach...

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. — 19 October 1899

i FARM AND GARDEN. On Mixed lirveda tor flutter Making. When tlio cream from several cows li churned togethe, there is often Home one or more among them whoso rrear.i does not liriuk at quickly as .ocs that of the other. Churning is practically suspended when the first butter 1ms crauulnted, and the cream which hivi not yet become butter passes olT in the buttermilk, vuore it is almost a totiil loss. It may be that such a cow is of another breed which has smaller but ter globules, or it iubt be a farrow row, in which ensethe butter is envel oped in a toucher casing, but the re sult is the same. A cow whose cream is known to bo long in churning when churned ntone should not have her errant churned with those that come quickly, but her cream should be kept iipnrt ami churned by itself, if any but ter is to be obtained from it. Wo thiuk n thorough mixing and ripening of the cream before churning ton Is to lessen this evil to some ex tent, but not entirely, and this is a tdrong arguuieu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 October 1899

r !,! Ihroogh lliasn. neh'ifi ifo'jamnied Balba usurped -4rowu tt Sranada In spite of the n Hor rU.lms of his elder brother If. H was very unsuccessful In ll'ondo'jf of the war against the uiIs and wan at length assassl- by poison absorbed through his t, from a shirt. He entertained a Irate dislike to the brother whom lad Injured, and when he knew his own fata was sealed ha Bent lrder to the governor of the prison 1 -hlch Jussef was confined that ho I, Id be executed Immediately. When ''prder arrived Jussef was playing I with the chaplain of the prison, t great difficulty Juisef obtained a site from the governor permitting to finish the game. Before It wan ',d, however, news came that the per had died of the poison. This " eled the order of execution nnd ll tf, Instead of going to the scaf ! mounted the throne. , i - . A tientle Mint. c, singular custom prevails among Tartars or Kurds. If a man loses - jHttle or other property he pours !T".tl brown sugar Into a piece of red cloth, t...

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. — 19 October 1899

Local Correspondence. sipes MILL. Dennis Tlnrt, of Hurt ford City, left for tho city of Nwdmoro to tcnd a week. Jiicob Hill U happy enough to walk on his hrnd. He's got a girl at his lionip. Mrs. Margaret TYimx In on the sick list again. , Mrs. Sampson J. Mellott, whose Ill ness was rioted in last week's issue, does not seem to improve niueh. The doctor visits her every day. Miss Jane Swope Is cpiite ill of con sumption. Wo hope, for her speedy re covery. Corn husking is coming, so are can didates. The most sociable fellows in the world are tho candidates. How warmly they grasp your .liund, what deep solicitude have they in the wel fare of yourself and family, and how beautifully docs that ardor wane after election! Mr. Troutman preached a very aide sermon on last Friday evening at Mor ton's l'oitit. lYcacliing n,.xt Saturday evening at tho same place. ., . TAYLOIi. ' Drucie Laidig who became 111 with typhoid fever while in ( 'hamhersburg, has recovered, and is now at home. Her sist...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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