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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 March 1900

I A 'ON COUNTY NEWS, k AM A HATH. bun-ran! traveler reiiuoa fcMr.eiHimtl Enquirer that , inrt ivi' iu a small Nettlo ' Lrk!ins;is, ami at once re- !p 11 Mm iNifde House, which jjalx'd on the outskirts of ' 1 on the bank of a small After a dinner of side d corn bread the drum- ted a citrar nud the pro- iaid: "gtrantfer, is tliar wa'uurjkiu do fob you linking to confound his 10 animmer uuswernu es; come to think of it, I I' -i. u linva a bath." Th V V lor let his feet drop from fiiig upon which ho had lVa'!tliern, disappeared iu the lt :iicl returned in u moment Ut 'ue tin cup full of soft "''iroufjh towel and a pick i:Svel, which he ollered to liri piiacr. "What's the pick ,f,jvel fori"' the stranger iir iVal," answered tho (!sj, "th' watuh's low and 'if'i 4r. Inm mi l.h' cri't'l:." I J ... IT h r" ar a great deal about the a man, but the dealer m ;s keeps rather quiet o self-raado woman. two Ohio boys were hunt- a skunk the other day, ! i l 6 1.1 II. it Mindanao oi gviu win ui ri ) ...

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. — 22 March 1900

(Wo NEW YORK II Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in Naw York Citrt (Speclol). One of j the newest spring skirts, the entirely racxea one, is shown in thin costume. U is particularly adapted for soft or r- THB TnatED SKIRT. liaphanous materials and for 'wash gowns, and Promises to be the suo ;esa of the coming season. Notioe he tucks do not rnu all the way to he waist line to give added size CHECKED WOOLEN. LEATHER TIUMMIXQS. around the hips, bnt begin just be low. Sometimes these tuoks are stitohed down fiat. Another design has the tnoks in olustors of three very lUiall ones at intervals all around. Its being such a decided innovation and change from what has been in vogue so long, no doubt, will add largely to its popularity. Automobile Coaluuie. In the park and on the roads lead ing to and from the out-of-towu head quarters of the Automobile olub se-vere-weather-defying costumes piped with leather and more ornate dresses for fair days have suddenly become plentiful. ...

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. — 22 March 1900

AS j , . i (leor(ia, ; , I. own of my long .,, thivt ! -artful affliction, j, .-(,u 1 to testify to tho L.t.,iic( Tettenne, wntcii aa r.vituA as a g'' ooi kendir;,"; more than 8iitu.nu itnciliei without the sligni .0i. lAVui. M- Tnmlin, Manager ig tervs i'ani Life Annocio j.ox atdruimiaUor by mail ,.','inr""a)"' Havaunah, Oa. ''hljd-. ir Hieater. Klada theater, the trout of ". damiwd by tho recent Oaii lalajara. In probably wtly r.J eartulnly tho moat 1 ,k'K!i 'ity' (treat buildings, "'tiordi',! the distinction of )0l,lifpst exclusively thoatrlcal the continent. Its corner !Mt'ald in 1S5C, and although 'lent Uny It la not entirely "tjoaie $3,000,01)0 have beep iv. .ncti-ni-Mnn. It ia four rjtk,. " . . . , tatiare t; ij.. licKM sr . r i ov.te, tho boxes beltiB ar- i . ahn.it fh fhrnu Aldus nh T. " '- .'toriiim, wbllo the fourth la ji .'ten V! p by tho statfo, which . :(t!i of Jii3 feet by G5 In and covers an ares frtit. The Interior 'MIC lied i I'Mrfl nr to weapon of l cl careful how...

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. — 22 March 1900

Goldsmith, the Tuilor. Norwood Sowing Machlmn eighteen dollars at Irwin's. We can't help It a number of our communications have to go over to next wuek for want of space. Dr. and Mrs. H. 3. Wlshart hove announced the engagement of their daughter Iiachael Lenore to George Sheridan Falknor of Johnstown. Irwin can supply just the books you need for that school library. W. D. Myers, of Hancock, a mem ber of McConnellsburg Lodge, No. 744, I. O. O. F., has joined Star of the East Encampment at Willlamsport, Md. Plain and decorated dlnnerwaro cheap at Irwin's. Robert N. Shimer, a son of Denj Shimer, of this place, succeeded Scott Iliuedollar as apprentice to Chas H Stevens. Hobort . seems to lit tho place like the paper on the wall, and will no doubt make a good tailor. John A. Irwin wants ten thousand pounds of bacon, hams and lard in exchange for fish or any goods in his line. H. E. Goldsmith, the tailor and clothier, will open a branch store at Windber, Pa., April 1st. His broth er, Sam...

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. — 29 March 1900

I. Jtiitott EC- 5() SlIN WOODS CALUWKLL. II ,,, of this community were l" v MiocKf il last Friday noon to 'i f the sudden death of John W. Ll!. H hud bvcn Hick but a , ftiiiic; Indeed, few outside of the mid hi attending physicians &,f bin iimess. Ills net VII WUS Lilt of paralysis of the ,,rain indue d by m ight s insease. lL vr.,r,,lj Culdwell, Bon of Ja- fSWr Caldwell and bis wlfo F.l ' , . ,;...( r-nldwell. was born at 1A 111 li't I " tile, Montour county ,lVnn ., .i... hi His j:lf jMIVl'ltliiri ', reiit-Knindfuthcr and mollier, father's aide-Hobert and Mar-ftl.lwull-eame to America from Down, Ireland, about the mid he biKt century, and settled in county, where John's great- if,tVr James Caluweii, nis L'..... Tr,,n Woods Caldwell, VfMl.-v Jacob Oliver Caldwell lh,,.p eWedand diou. ; 0,--rcat-gran(lftttner aim I,, cmw ucross the ocean before Du of the modern steamer, uuu n that after embarking tney were about at the mercy 01 uie and waves for six mourns i- laklng landing mey ...

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. — 29 March 1900

3 , "J HE NEWS. Publlo opinion In Vlriilnls. is divided a tc lUr Governor's responsibility (or Mie Km I orla lynching, hut there In general un dercurrent ol satisfaction at thefeanlt. Th body of the Btgro Cotton was taken tc Norfolk. Thirteen young girl tudenta of the West era Kemlnaiy for Girls, lu Oxford, O., wer suspended for Indecorous conduct la holding u Initiation lu cemetery vault, Albert R. Talbott, who was to here been best man lit Ills brother' murrlnge to MIm Lucy Bigstuff, of Bath county, Ky.. changed places and became the girl's buaband. The York Cotton Mill Company, of South Carolina, will deduct three per oeut. fron the annual dividend and mid It to the wagei ft tba operative. After a qunrrol with her low In Paterson, N. J., Miss Anno Volnndo liild bur neud ot a railroad Irucic aud allowed a train to d rapltate uer. Dr. H. A. Ward, of Baltimore, anil R. W Oatewood, of Old Point, had a narrow is tape Irom diownliiK In Hampton Roads. lu Mount Kliiko, N. Y., Mm. Qeorge ...

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. — 29 March 1900

THE AVERAGE MAN. !nn of (tranlte; nl bronied bv the mn, poornerrow slionld"; ,uod the work be had 111' ndlK- I nnr. on . .. n.tlan). nni wmiij ni. I - i .!!' tnronli bin pallor and tan Li, l dull". eeylog: lit, Cu,y tn uftjrnge man. M ik hori or poet, n , ..r wpftrintf n crown. "I L , tmi.l-worklojr eervaut luiiin'i'ioM I'm down; Jrn. mi l if u nt" "omplnlulngj at on tl b wy J "m, o' tlw diys ' om9 morn' fnt f!:e sveraga maa." BY RICHARD DUFFY. OFHY VAN TWI8-' torn won having her 11 r s t vacation in twelve years. The previous ono had been Infore tUo Von Twistorns lout all their money, and old Mr. Van Twistern, wboHO line ran hack to the Dutch tjom- lur to escape the shame ... , a ll Ikl llptev, couiuiniuu . ;- . I inrinir twelve long yenra Sophy i. Like.) fur aud nursed her invalid at-Jy, " thy who in charge of tho laces at ""Vs wruod a luir salary. 4 hnmiror, when she recoived her ."';' vaoation, she wonld Bend tUor up to the dray Monntmu Soniiyifematneii in mo nai ""id the dresnm...

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. — 29 March 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 29. 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. AS UNCLE JAHEZ SEES IT. This world ain't what It UHed ttr be No nowhere nigh; The good old times we used ter see Have all gone by; Au' all these modern fellers spout l'rogresslvness, and tell about I low alrth has just begin ter sprout; 'Tween you and I, The old dirt ball Is all played out And bound ter die. Now, see the gals they're all so plain That, I declare! Yer can't find one like Hetsy Jane Not anywhere; She's older now, but take her when She picked me out from all the men Hy jinks! if yer'd a seen her then She'd made yer stare. Thoy'll never make that kind again: Such eyes and hair. Thore's cookin' now just take mince plo, An eight-inch slic...

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. — 29 March 1900

:)N COUNTY.NEWS. NANT FAUMINtlt t funning as a r"k, 5s I Itiiblo tYiUier to tho touant f'lrm owner, because the tl fjrn'Oills t(H) vigorous in iriUeH to rmit it. The dosing to get nil he can m. jo farm and so does the Tho A mericau farmer K. k pretty hard time of it 'lying the greed of one mfwlmn two men are de MrFof it all that tho soil can iis'f to produce, the situation m. d: TJi evils that flow rtifcant farming are the lasicomo from tho too com liftlositioti to rob the Roil, inapt is laying cash rent, bjaontly so large' that he lay Jlod to skin tho farm to va.j money; and when the oit. j-eceivs his rent, he is itc.bg money out of the ten iiryV fcupposes. but out of ir",fty, out of the very life irAnd. ' la hundreds of jwJni owners would make 2oblr money if the tenant Spying 50 lH,r ccnt- as Alh.a his lease obligates ;sap!the farm is rented on vk iro is too often the same on to on the part of both ic Sand tenant to get all and their poor, silent, ,.r tU victim, the farm, bin der ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 29 March 1900

NEW YORK Dasigns For Costumes That Have Be rn como Popular in ' Nsw Tobk Citt (Speoial). Tho Puritan maiden will remain boond Easter, for ska represents a fotohiug spring fan h ion. THE TCR1TAN MAJDEN, Demnre as she looks, thin fin da sieole Pnritan, she may tie a daughter of Marie Antoinette as well as of l'ris tulla, for, with all ber quaiutuoss, she does not lack coquetry. Her kerchief is of gauzy ohiffou, white or black or palest gray or bine, and it fastens above her bottom with a glittering broooh that would not be approved by tho elders. Or it becomes n ficlm outright, and knots in front and full a to the waist, and knots again upon tho hips and flat- HO.MK VAlilATlON Vers where it will in long racked and ruffled and lace-edged ends. The Pnritan maiden is the girl with the new scarf, and that it suits her to wear it with a gray Lenteu gown and u modest poke hat adorned with spring flowers is just a part of the girl's charm and whimsically these qualities being often one. It i...

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. — 29 March 1900

-J,, Si. tt In);, -.i. i-i i.i Hung Cbanf li . i) y r 'irons atorlei 1 .J'1 r tii ! fires", whlcb the ki ' .t man's pro- Bur Wild! "' llS'lnll '(I. I' ! . . . ... - ,v ii t seemed to ill unstlons. , Tc k i ! n society wu- Jr. rn-'l to the Amerlcni' hut probably member " t the Legatlor hy n pretty Amerlear ''bad if t brought a few ''fit! hi 'ii?" was us niucti ''icro the victims of li an few b J Jt:sT iht.ltli'Aniiafl "Ma ilniiuliiltlveni s-r" 1't nt.on Isl shmcnt; "1 "wife -we do J'f and he tool Iniph of a 'fi ? . . .. . do not linvt took from his httndsomn f' ..,.,.- ,;f tha Orient iimi gr.i'T oi .i" fig QMCRtiC oner for in- Hi 'If HU1 it, jpi rc doing. Ask your fcfc. oti niinut U; has some . ycn- of a coupon book, L k "f" lnr"n 10' atf r,si nroli, ono large ir'jNuidiiii u's Best" starch, 1 i. two rteaUcspenre panels, ill centiir) Olrl calendar, ' , "km uatoraoblles go so ' f two niggers to tall , bo How's dat? Uncle 1 'jay "More she cornea," jTbar she goes!" I mol Deep, ! Lnnn a c...

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. — 29 March 1900

i Goldsmith, Out Tailor. Banner Kay at llitf C'ove Tannery, Is weaving lots of ran oarpot. IYIih-h rrasonabla. Mr. William Hash of Buck Vallov while vlHltinj; her parcntx Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hess In llelftiHt townKhip last week became quite 01. Uonelcss Cunned Horrln)? at lloliin son's Grocery. Miss Mangle U. Strait, of Ilarrlson vlllo, sends the following to Knobs vllle's riddle: "To my idea, Kve, Adam's wife v ould be." Judge Uoyd Impose I a tine of .'0 and costs In eacji of tlie t,wo cases in which the Hagerstov.n Fair Associa tion was found guilty of allywing gambling on Its grouni'.s. On Sunday, March 17, at Franklin Mills Hev. James H. Logue baptized four uei'sons by immersion In the creek in a blinding snow storm and plenty of floating Ice. Warner Slacker, of Plum Hun, and Miss Susie Caruthers, of Hancock, were married Monday, March 1!, in Herkeley Springs by Hev. C. (.'. Pear son. James II. P.inedollar, of Ayr town ship, and Miss Matilda Pay lor, of Thompson township, were mar...

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. — 5 April 1900

k JWtfltt Cowntg Wctps. McCONNELLSBURG, FA., APRIL 5, 1900. JJME 1. NUMBER 29. HE PACIFIC COAST. lings TSat Interested a Former 3D County Boy as He Made is First Trip West of the Rockies. lit pw gh the courtesy oj J. Kendall D of this place, we are permlt ubllsh from a private letter i brother.Prof. Oscar S. John inelpal of the Pittsburg Husl dlego at rittHburg, Kansas, gUng sketch of a trip to Call For watt of space the reader the party t San Francisco, baton U one of the Editor's formal students, being con y with Dr. Nick Trout, Bruce Mr. Ir. Hanks, Mrs. W. ttuil others, and his success jst is noted with much satis- tl onuld tell you of the many, ,.H of interest In Sau Fran Jjiio. Some of them which I Lre, Sutro Heights, Sutro U largest In the world), The jse, Heal Rwk, covered with Iseals In full view, some sleep it climbing, some lighting, and lunging into the sea, the Gold Golden Gate l'ark, contain ed s of acres with such anl the buffalo, grizzly bear, elk, lose, ostrich and t...

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. — 5 April 1900

THE NEWS. F.irisnucl Morton, colored, wns sentence! to eighteen years In tin1 i-nlK-ntlury for k II I Inn a whlto m:ti at Clover, Vh. A muli want ed to take Ijlm from lliu olfloers and Unci him. Frank J. Columbaln ww arrested In Ill'h niond, Vii., for false ropr. smtntions In con nection with the sale of u piece of )ro"Tty President Charles II. Cole, former presi dent of tlin Globe National Hunk, In Boston pleaded not guilty to tho charge of embez zlement. Fred Reynolds, nn Insane n no. -hopp T of lied Bench, Mo., killed Ills wlfo mid 'ii son Wllb an axe and burned his house down, Former United Slates Senator Piilh tin Sawyer, the mil Ul-riillllottniro Iu'iiImtiiiiiii, died nt Ids residence la 0-ihS.osh, Vl.i. The Cormier's jury nt Dover, N. J., de clares that Mm. F.minu K. Sutton caused thu death of lior husband t j- poisoning l.ltn. Mayor William J. I;-hI decided Hint Mr. Lungtry hiihII not be rinlUt'd to piny "The Degeuerntos" In Pittsburg. Henry M. Athorton. ngertt for tlm Xatlo...

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. — 5 April 1900

lie lln TIME A-YVAITINC n ll V I 4 a a.walttncr jrntn o'er tlm b1n; , fen unci -iillii(t ' will cfirao to yon; ''fliannn, flurcii storm nrlso, I , winds from nftry skin Mv to w litre intl' liliMon lies, itv.t nulls tor you. ".(m-wfl!lii(f ' Unit's or luej i jllcu for your toll u torl'l o"1" roa'' . 'liiorne, bfr liile, IcUunm, Jluntb o.i the R.tti '! oa out while yt yun w,iit i'tfc world owes yon. ' ' m it-wiKIn ' b.it shouU be yonr; t':oinpnn will ooinn ej 'who iinlur; ill tho itoimi tbnt rle . jomid r sunny sklos, 1 fen hnM (i lnt surprise ll'Wtio aitttw. ,i . Mystery Yarn. rl 0000OS0O00OOO0O3OOCJ BOUT two your ago I left the service. I was lirod of it, and, ns I wanted Home moro exciting employment, loin ml a whaler We wore unlucky somehow I bring no luok anywhere wo wore nenrly empty. One bright nfter- ftar ei'j liellH, I mado up '. iuooketl t the door, ami ns '.. iiwered 1 walkod in. T I odd the captain hadn't . ifae, for thero ho was sitting Zi w'ta ui'1 hack to ,no' writ it l...

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. — 5 April 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 5, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing oT every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. BEAUTIFUL THINGS. Bountiful fuel's nro those that wear H manors littlo if durk or fuir Whole-souled honesty printed there. Beautiful eyes are those thut show Like crystal panes where heart-Iires glow, 1 Beautiful thoughts that burn below. Beautiful lips are thoso whose words-r Leap from the heart like song of birds, Yet whose utterance prudence girds. Beautiful hands are those that do Work that is -earnest and brave and true, Moment by moment the long day through. Beautiful feet are those that go On kindly ministries to and fro Down lowliest ways, if God wills it so. Beautiful shoulders are those that bear Ceasoless burdens of homely care, With putie...

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. — 5 April 1900

ON COUNTY NEWS. l. lluvnisli is the elm-iiipion l . r I I It .... ..,.1111. IniixiT or iiuuiiniii"! i-iiuii-fvum '.'.") owes ho hud 'M i V2) living. Anion,' tin- L llirnrt Nets of triplets. . . , ... s a good record 01 sneep ,1 wo would like tilir Jo'uoin t!io county euu beat t permit tlio children to ho habit of disputing and ling wiMi eiicn oiner. 11 prevented, like other bad bv watchfulness, partieu- if t.liH training is begun " Hio children are very young. fetion is the best punish I (breaking up the play and away the cause of tin? dis '' Children are social beiugs ' jo not like to play alone. I dislike solitude, and if they ' j Is Invariably the result of 1 : eliug they will lake pains to c aminble so as uot to be 'v into. --April Ladies' Homo ll. II pu toot your little whistle '. ten lay aside your horn, 'p not a soul will ever know " ncha man was ever born. ' Jen who owns his acres is ' U who plows all day, and " in who keeps a hunting is !lt En who makes it pay. The '.' fho ...

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 April 1900

7 i i ! i : NEW YORK FMH. Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the Metropolis. Ntw York Citt (Special). Here in the tailor hat As Hue Is Worn this spring. It is of lnrut straw and of a r - ' A OROL'P OK HP1UNO HAItf. coarse weave. A medium crowu and a medium brim distinguish this par tionlar sailor. The orown has a broad band in dark-green velvet, girdled in its turn with a thick twist of white chifTon. The green velvet scarcely hows through the chiffon, but it ap pears above the twist to the extent, perhaps, of an eighth of au iuch. At the left side rises an aigrette in shaded green loaves. More leaves nestle under the brim agaiunt tho hair. This tendency to trim a hat's undersido was never more pronounced than it is this year. A second hat emphasizes this. The hat is one of the all-blue 1LLU8THATINU THE MANIFOLD U8EH OF THE BUTTON, affairs that are so much worn. Suob headgear in one color is worn with any oolored costume. That in the out is of a very coarsely woven br...

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. — 5 April 1900

t , pine 1 hat Hires Kellef." i!. Lnliiaev, Jliloxi, Mii.s., hy hren! ' J? owtou licr skin, en In IsS! f r fcwoboxos, saying: a i is Ilia only thinpf that gives ot V' Thin in strong language, ti lici) aud voluntary. It euros ,.'k,,.r,i, totter, itrli, eczema, lufc, ol.r., and netor foils. f;0c. IfStuKK'"'" or N,BU1P t0 i-i:lniie. Hiwannah, Ga. 'lbe t'em automobiles go si 1 'a tiKe two n.'KK'TS to Ic'A I Sambo How's dat? Undo Dl' S tv Ray "Horn alio comes," B(iy "Thar she goes!" i no wopai enemy than nelf- CltJ OK Toi.kdo, I ... V . . ........ I mat t t itf.'-n nike nath that nets the is -r t tin- tt rill 'it r.j.' bbbki ; r,iKintlif:it'.'(if Tnh.do.County uresHid.llIidthltt.Mlitl (I l-IIl Will t,KK HI-M'BI IM)I.I.I!M flip mi ll 'lt.f,i n' 'Ttinn Hint rnnixit ho 'cli use ' Ham ,'si'atakiiii (Vim. " f 1'llAf.K .1. (.'IIKMSV. Tijii.fcrc it. 'j ttii'l Miliscrihed iii ru t. tl.i. lith dv 'if December. l. itM. A. V. Hi KAH'iN. kern fore l tnl- en 1 uf ru nil a .iiikI oil th'. hl'.HKI nnn ...

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 April 1900

Goldsmith, the Tailor. Banner Kay at Bltf Cove Tannery, Is weaving lots of ra carpet. IMees reasonable. Ed U. Austin hag ton appointed postmaster at Saluvla, and the office has been moved Into his residence. Uead Mrs. Little's new ad in this Is sue, Charlie Foff is moving this week to his new farm in Buck Valley. Fresh supply of nice canned goods at Robinson's. Miss Mary B. Trout taught the Pri mary school Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning during Miss Great Viead's absence. Lashley's store in Buck Valley was entered through the cellar by burglars Tuesday night and 200 worth of goods and postage stamps carried away. No clue yet. Mrs. Oliver K. Slpes, whose husband died a few weeks ago near Marlon, Franklin county, has moved to her property along Patterson's Kun, this county, where she will reside In the future. Mrs. Mollie Runyan Dixon who has been seriously sick at her home in Pittsburg is getting much better. She was able to be down stairs last Sun day for the first time since s...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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