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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 April 1900

V cms. ill pLUME 1. lALPjUATraSON, L AGAIN FROM THE PHILIP f PINES. H (folic wing extracts uro tak rn ft letter from Ralph Pat of the SJSth Kogiment, f service in the Philippines. ' -I J....,., ti-in -TMviO H Wl'lUCa ajuiu i b 4th to his brother James pheo. Los our regiment has been fjiiore marching and seoiug ;,;(,f the country over here 4uy other rogimeut on the ivjj but wo have just gone iu "irters which means, I pi'e l&hat we are to rest for U. With all our pushing tj, wa have done no tightiug j?' speaking of. There is mo fighting on these islands troops generally doing duty ling the islands down. Mice BOldier life first rate, and jperfect health, but I would simieh better n we n, McCONNLLLSBURG, PA., APRIL 12, 1900. could 'me fights. (uy is Sunday so the ahna- s,' for there is very little lere to remind you of the t Of, Chicken lighting is one of Sjeat natioual sports here; 1 there' is any one thing ;t vhan another to distinguish ,jy- from the other days, it ly'';fact that ...

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 April 1900

ACT OF A MADMAN. HA Itolll v IHAGINAItY H'KIIMM, UK. KIM. CD 111 llltOTMKII-IX LAW. OTHER NARROW ESCAPES. McKluitn Intended SI urdrrliiic an t'.nllr 1-aiuily nr M-Hr. Minn was llewllng Nuinlnvchool Lesson lit III i lii.Viinr UlUlliiUI, IVhin the Aii..ln ( oii.mit t! tb I rliur. Iwm City, Mo., (Special.) Harboring Imaginary wrougs, John W. MeKimm, aged 2U year, shot and Instantly killed Dr. B. Hhuw, lila brotber-lii-luw, Ks the laller nut reudlng tha 8undny-4chool lesson to bis i-year-old daughter. MchTtnm, who had been au Inmate of a aultarlmn aud la believed to be insane, threatened to kill tlie other II vu members of the family and was only restrained after a truggle. l)r. Shaw I a wldowor. HI mother-In law, M. McKiiqiu, had cared for his chil dren and hia wile uutll sue tiled. Tint doc tor, ns wnti hla custom. iiit Sunday at the McKImm house. After dinner. Shaw seated himself In a cfc.-ilr In the parlor and with his child before him on Iho floor was rending the Suuduy-sehoul less...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 April 1900

i, v, --V IV- 1 V- A, 1 1 . "7 ". .'-.!.' ... Vf u I X. w. V "V'?"''' :.0ST IN THE CHAPARRAL. nv (-ovvaui) n. clank. At It. loon i at. i til II V tit " vour mind a crass- less stretch of conntt y with groat mclii allowing in tho sun-baked earth, with hero n n il there a stunted, leafless tree, mid upon il hillock little way off a pjatnit, gray wo'f a i Hi o il (i I i (i il against thn sky, Mil In vm some nlon or the i one part of tho country liic'u for two y cor the United ."pilars marched ami seniiteil -(nipt t" kill "' capture u hand ' ms bandit. ' thou Id tide some houra over " ste wto you would conio jo a denso woodbind of c'uap ' ilinoet impenetrable thorny '; tliieh stretches for nuiuy one; tho Kio (Iraiide Hivcr miles inland from either ,, b?o the time seven years 1 Undo, Sam's cavalrymen emlcd iu lonnuuif; iii) nmi io outlaws tho face of that Texas country Iihh I Pain, which nature Had the spot lor nearly two aaain visited the region. as again nppearcu ami me has drunk to it...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 April 1900

FULTON COUNTY' NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. PtiCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 12. 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. ROCK OF ACF.S. "Flock of agos, cleft for me," Thoughtlessly the. imiiilen ming, Fell the words unconsciously From her girlish, (fleeful tongue; Sang as little children sing; Sang as sings the birds in June; Fell the words like light leaves down, On the current of the tuno "I lock of ages, cleft for me, Let me hldo myself In thee." "Let mo hide myself in thee," Sweet the song as song could be, And she had no thought beside; All the world unheedingly Fell from lins untouched by care; Dreaming not that they might bo On some other lips a prayer "Hock of ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself In thee." "Ilock of ages, cleft for me," 'Twas a woman sung...

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. — 12 April 1900

DN COUNTY NliWS. or I i i k insi kanck. 1 1, hniclivv or iDsurnitf mi ls tirsl, ciimi! into use two vearS ngo- to bo cxiid, 1,',-r 0, l()'J!i"i;ti(1 credit r the lirst tofjivu will 1 ' Rrtvcmunt is tloo to tho f. William Asslioton, of : On the dntc above mou rn Insurance Society for ' fes iucorpoi'iited in Lou Tlhtiitutos and bylaws be ted. in accordance with iA set forth in a book, ''Izn ft published in 1 Mil , and fnrhs uuUMod "Natural and iioiiJlnvostftfatiou iu llotfiml w iburreut Lists of JJirths i';ul ths." , , T tn Graunt, a wealthy Lon- m-as the- author of this . ,,, id Asshutou was so im (. ( iwheii 1)0 read it that ho S,: ook s!"PH 1o f()1'ni !l ,,," e company, lie suceeed ,.',',, ot without much dillicul vn, ' imong the provisions of !,. 'company were tho fol LA married mau, not In thirty years old, could Jed for i,(MiO, one "t u forty for .tiriOO, and ono srl thau' sixty for 0. 1,n'iJDd persons traveling to 'fcouutrles would not be jjj an well us those con , 11 to death,...

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. — 12 April 1900

7 FX 1 I : 1 NEW YORK FASHIONS. 1 Designs For Costumes That Have- Bo como Popular in tho Metropolis. Naw York Orr (Special). Slash ing in picturesque always, and lias a flavor all its own. It is to be soeu ou garments iutemlcil (or alt nges of femininity, embroideries with ready made alashiug-H through which rib- TUB SLASH APPLIED TO TUB MADK BODlfF. boos are run being indulged iu even by infants. An example of slashing suitable for young matrons is shown iu the ac companying illustration. The exaniplo, in pastel rose broad sloth, appears in a promenade dress in semi-tailor effect. The under bodioe is of fulled mousseline in a paler shade, while the scarf, which in this case is laced through sloshing which go round the figure, is of panne velvet, a shade darker, crimped at the suds. It is knotted at the left front in chou fleet These slashed and laced effects are ieen on nkirts also, soft lace or con- tho fabric glovns. This stylo of glovo hns bean bronght to a great slate of perfec...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 April 1900

on, d i a rlcnn akin. Nrt I asoifrt Candy Cathsr. f'" . ... i:,... nnil driving n im. ,ht,n, l.r).!y. I''''" to-diiy to ' V-:i. (.Intihis. liliu-khr-fltl. f''lf'hi!,in completion by taking t o' ... rents. AH dnitf- ' n :i to bo attached to a ''X-' r--''" irlromlntr. ... i- nna flaw ,,.(, cimisK Ttr.i.m. All .(,r. .,.,, tr it inns to euro. LSl'itura i"n c b0X" l,&0. ,r'i(K) distinct muscle III 111 ''""nf ' irhleb tlm Lost nf us keep conditio by proper use. "1, 1.7,0V Cure (or Consumption 1 tar rtnik'li "n(1 colds. Jons I'. .nff.inJ-.rab.iM'wa. "rlTwiw In circulation In Tturv -iUy i-1 1 niii" u ''"j. LiTia Smoss tour Lire Amy. 1 .... nml viiror. take No-Ta "lurirorliT. that mU. weak nun ',dj (. Clilr0 or New York. .. . c.irni.'in newspaper thorn ii In Kurop" seventy-one mar. ,rprlt"'- .JH nil th lm rrqnlri! t mM FiMin" SoM by it Blood Dep. i JuTk- marrbtgc with ft d"eotieil , rend r in y !r tlm llrsi ..lUMvf K')-. "' .nun. l,V,Sm.tliliiL'f y raptor rhlMron lll. 1 uli" wind relic X...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 April 1900

Goldsmith, tho Tailor. Finn KiisUt randies fit Irwin'. Huy yourKiiHter novelties at Irwin's. Fresh lot of Jell-O just retielvi".! lit HobiiiHon'B. C'littinlxTMiturg is about to put a tel ephone into its public school bouses. Swails the optieiun ffiiaruntees all his lenses for three years. Sanner Hay at Hlg Cove Tannery, Is weaving lots of rug eurpet. 1 Vines reasonable Did you see tho Faster goods in Ir win's windows'!1 Swails tho optician has just com pleted his 141st sale, of glasses in twenty-four days casvassing in this county. Jos. II. Mollott has sold tho Web ster farm of over .'100 aoros in Ayr township to W. II. Nelson. Consider ation 7,0)0. If you want nice, fresh groceries for your Easter dinner buy them at Ir win's. The McConnellsburg band hus re moved its quarters to tho building on tho lot of S. V. Kirk, lately purchas ed by him of L. II. Wible. Aokntw Vanti:d: To sell state, county and farm rights. John A. Hauvky, Hancock, Md. Mrs. Knoch Hart, of Neodmore, has been rig...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 April 1900

N vtfv VV Av v J VOLUME 1. AlcCONNLLLSnUUG, I'A., APRIL V), 1900. NUMBER 31. FORT LITTLETON. Data About Fulton County's Historic Fort, BUILT ID THE YEAR 1758. . .n,,, following I UiU'ii from the f Kurts of Pennsylvania, and ,'IIk. read with interest by ninny of ilisrril)''i's: furl I.vttMon. or Littleton. This MWs established ly Governor Mor tjBi:.Mi at Sugar Cabins, upon the ,,,.,,1, culled Fort Littleton. It is it twenty miles south of Fort Shir- at Aughwick. It- was built In reg form" so thnt by little work it lie mink' to resist a cannon, uiul IS5 itliill sixteen nines 01 huoimci- Maryland. J his fort, was ilur- Win j,.tlio I'ti'iii h and Indian war, a eon nims frontier liost, ami oecasion ''it a strong garrison was st at ioned ijto iiroteet the settlers and prevent lx hostile ineursion of the Indians to !, interior. In .April, 17.MI, the peo jfhail all lied f'" lllis m'itfhboi iooi. Clblia Suiter, an ollieer, wrote Cov ,n,lir Mdiris from Carlisle, April ", Upon my arrival here ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 April 1900

c FOR PORTO RICO. tAttRA.UK Of THIS HI I.I I1T A XOT. OF 161 TO ins. GREAT INTEREST IN BILL. rhare Waa Majority of Only .iht for tb. mil Whan 1'laeecl for II Final raaaaga ltepabll.no rlpk Md Vats 4 (a In at It Uamoolltl Almost H.lld Agalaat Ik Washington, (Special.) The long slid blt Ur struggl. over the J'orto Mean tariff bill anded, whan tha House by a. vote of 161 to IBS oonaurrad In ll thoBennte amendment. U th Mil originally paused thaHoui.lt waaaaltapl. bill, Imposing IS per cent, of Mm Dingier rate on good going Into Porto from the United Rtate and coming Iron Porto Rleo Into tlie United Htate. At mended bf the Senate and agreed to by thn 0oue all rcatrlotlon. on good coming Into the I'nited State from Torto Itlco are ellm tented, and oertaln foodstuffs mid other arttato. which herctoforo bavo gone Into Porto Itlco free by eincutlvb order are -eluded from the operation ot tho ir percent, duty Imposed on goo(U entorlng the Idnn'I trom the United rllutca, A complete scheme tf ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 April 1900

V HALF WAY HOMEi M TBS 1.AT1 wrt. r',lB nook lioiit its edge ; w reel I" " lo" j. i tat It now, ,...4 .oiiroe knowing , (11 ,llllttl,ln.l.hnrpi. piny, 'i'tiib uJ rul8 A.nr.BBKlK WSED. The brook inns on with a aen-ahoU nrooo, To tlin mermaid terns wltU tltelr long groeu hair: And the sound ot summer were In the sir. In the yellow heart of the afternoon. O days of plnsaiiunoe! O days ot Junot Wlmt nttor days g.u with you nompnrul What drnuirlit witli the draughts (rout the un-llCMikHil pool, Halt wuy borne from aohool! Frlond, denr trlondt T.ot in turn aside In the rnnil thnt leude from tlio school homo dour: We must lie tinlf wny homo or more, Unit way to dew-full and eventide, Let us stop In the shade where our paths divide, In the sweet old wny thnt we did of yore. Anil we'll talk It over the wuy we've ooine Hosting, balf-wey homo. New York Independent, llant Little Hale Robbins. By 11 AT trno hero, Master Main Bob bins linn nearly recovered from tlio wounds re ceived Inst Ait gust...

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 April 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 19. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be "jven to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. Mrs. John J. Yost, of West Haleton, is in danger of losing lior lifo from a pin scratch. She pricked hor finger with a pin sev eral days ago and the member be came so inflamed that it had to be amputated. The poison from the pin has extended to other parts of her body and she is seriously ill. "In season and out of season" as applied to advertising's mere ly a figure of speech indicating persistency. It is proper to ad vertise all the time. The mer chant who knows no special sea sou for promoting his business by advertising, but who keeps at it every day, is the one who an nually counts up the largest per centage of profit. In experiments for testin...

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 April 1900

V f0N COUNTY NEWS. Iiwrciicf, viceroy of Jn y.iSa bluiit uiiin of nction, , lt (,f colli radicl ion !ind ly self n-lisuit. Yet, .'ijiv of U"' t''n,y lm ho'p.rt, ns tender as a wo ( Tin n'rtl'1 ,m 'liich In! j from reunion Id fruveni l,c crutlici'i'd nil liis family (lrsivin;C r"()in llU(l inadt! ',1,11(1 rcpivit a favorite liyinu His youngest son, It) ncstlnd iu his father's Suddenly tlio strong man .into tears. ,ull never," he cried, "see vll child ngain!" tasuntf t'(! hardships bo V;a in' of bis own death he lit, but "f lh fn't lliat Her not be !i cliild to him on vtlll'Il. Iinu'il tli" steamer with tho jursreiK'ral of India, was a .(jtbliiT infant, cliild. She .nil the baby, which ro- ,,1 itself by crying day and . Tlie passengers com 4m langtmgu more forei an polite vivard, throw that baby will" was petulantly shout- ,ra sleepless berths, last Lord Lawrence, seeing cliild was left mother .'iv its own mother, took it on an'. Fur hours ho would it, showing it his watch and ahig th...

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. — 19 April 1900

THS E!Tg Op pi,H!OH. New YonK Citt. (Special). The single box(loat is still highly popular for tlreis skirts, especially when it is stiff with lengthwise rows of stitch ing. An olive green cloth gown, rep resented iu the accompanying illuHtra- Tilt! POl'ULAH HOX l'l.UaT HACK. lion lins such n buck to its otlinrwisn nuornninuuteil skirt. The bodice is plain iu the back rave for such exten sions of front trimtuinc; ns appear beyond the shoulders. This trimming consists of oval epaulettes iu white, with an unihroidtrod edge in gold thread always au effective combina tion with olive green. The stock aud trief extent of yoke below aro of tho white paune. Where theclosp-litting bodice fastens down the middle of the front, ruus a sories of scallops in the gold-embroidored white panuo, and nerving as a llnish to tho edge of the 4iloth. Deep cuffs of the paune bell nharply ut tho wrists aud are headed by the gold era broidery. The draped waistband of olive silk, the exact hade of the cloth, ...

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 April 1900

froubles In Spring ,oVi rr-EMNO, bail tasto dull hcudnche, sloop- ' .litfl. i(( ho carofnl yon sro r.ihinir yon take into x lama onr, cansos dis- unploBsan' gases. jndcrMand what Micno .:ra!i of distrogi mean ? ... .. 41.- . V. H ii boing uvcrwumou. 1 ....1ta tnnln nnn.litia Ijj pectin"' - i wSarsaparilla U the modictu proicMion I' . . . . : ed in 1,16 uiioinet anu . ifl Isttari fullinn "rtil to 1)0 the greatest ii ui,K trnnlilna iitrxii- -tea. PPI to .ndr (cltiw. "fiy i"8 Atlanta , wlin lwiHirnr(1 to Kt on jury addressed the follow- ' i,.,lcn' "VJt. thi ttirv hue ' L ,a lcrkrd tip eight hourj ,ij ynicn hub uem uur rB iofB o knovcd oiirRr.lves. j find ourselves guilty of u; an recommend that our ,1 Imprisonment bo com , the liberty of 12 nqimro -i. ..a mirHplvrn nn Hie .'roi w yeonrt frr them same, nftev bope W 111111 m' u:it-nuu ii i I Toot Fireman. Mid ber new man-servant loath from the country to .-.ii the drawing room. Corn- liter, she found him hopa- rifflplallnic the andlrona....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 April 1900

Goliltmtith, tlto Tailor. Sunncr I lay nt llitf Covo Tuniiery, Ih weaving lots of vng enrpet. IYUvh reasonable. The Ohio liOlshitiiro lin Ignored the proposition for a Stale ( 'ontvtininl Imposition. Auknts Wantko: To Hell stutr county and farm rlirhts. John A Haiivey, Hancock, Mil. l'reaelilnjf Rervlees In the, l'roHh.vter Ian church next Sunday morning and evening. Peerless Horse and Cattle. I'owder at Robinson's. lOcts per lb. See ad The KaHter entertainment at the Lutheran church lout Sunday evening was fine. Tho church was crowded to overflowing. Fourteen persons were admitted to membership in the Lutheran church at this place lust Sunday morning and eleven at the Unformed church. Sammy Martin, has completed his school at Maple Grove, and is home for a few days vacation, preparatory to entering l'rof. H. N. Puimer's Sum mer Normal at Necdmore. It looks now as though tho Demo cratic nutloniul Convention at Kansus City, July 4th, would place In nomina tion Hryan for president and...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 April 1900

4 w $ I V i I 6 McCONNIiLLSBURG, PA., APRIL 261900. NUA1BER 32. VOLUME 1. HORRIBLE JCRIME. filiated Dagoes Kill Five Men and wound Others at Windber. MURDERERS AT LARGE. tytoi County Boy one of the Vic tims. ffimlbci- is the now milling m in Cumbria couuty H miles m Johnstown, The. name is a position f the syllables in oKinn'of Mr. Berwind one of ,,. promoters nf the place. It ssnruuf,' up in tho wilderness if by mnjjric, and thousands of rsts have goue there to bet- , tlieir fortunes. Every pay ,v thousands upon thousands of liars arci sot afloat, and for a days thereafter pandimoui- s reigns. Saturday, April 14th was a pay v. Sunday following was a ,y cliuriicterized by wildest ncs of wickedness. A French woman, named Mrs. ,ux, wiw running a speak-easy Jliousii of ill-fame. On Suu y uiglit a group of men were, .musing at this place in enm .ny with her and two other men. About ten o'clock, says the Imstown Democrat, Sunday it, BiK-kwaltcr, an Euglish ;n, stepped out of the smoke us...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 April 1900

LIVES IN PERIL. MANY Mll.l.fa Of MA I TO II A I OHKSTS IN H.AMKS, RELIEF TRAIN IS MISSING. Estimated Hint live Hundred Settler Anil Min Fiuployed in tit Lumber Camps Mr Hemmed In Iit 111" Hrcs flprclnl Train Carrying llesrue Party Drlvtn Bnrk. Winnipeg, Mnnltobn, (Special.) Tho city was la a fover of excitement, caused by the bush fires now raging along the line of the Southeastern Hallway. All the country from La Droquerle, about fifty miles clown the line, to Wiirren, Minn., a distance of seventy-five miles, in known to te in the grasp of the (Ire, wrdeh li swooping the forest in all Jdlreetdpils, fanned by a strong easterly wind, lUMtftlie number of human beings entrapped In estimated at 5C0, composed chiefly of scat tered settlers and men employed in the lum ber camps. The operator at Wood P.ldge, about ten miles this r-ido of Vussar, reported that the special train hearing Buchanan A Keith's men and rallwny officials had been within four miles of Vassar, and was driven back by ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 April 1900

THE FUNNY MAN. BY JAMES -TODD. (h m mi, at HTrt morning William Vid-g-or, nt his desk in ttio J aily llecord olliee, imuacd in the exer ciso of pre paring the h n morons r.t 11 in 11 n 11 il v ....... f ?,i-V'' groaned, Ren- tly, but with unmistakable earnestness. the adjoining desk, i. x- it him iii amazement, nnvei daring his J""01'14 ot l'1'0" , o.mtiguity to Widtfer, had ,irtcil similar demonstration. ttj,inPil the fact nt mice. 1S m.tliiii?, " i il Vid3er; "that , doI'j'";? s''i)1,!,i I came near j.r.al l'oem instead of jingle, nil." , oil timt rather serious," said "Heavens! J'.illy, you must j You're on tho verge) of A chup of Tour talent .,tiio c.irt'fnl." i,l Widgcr, lazily. You ,ieivitiry, IVrk. AVhat do you ,il,iit poetry and its relation to .ifMiimistioii. Do you consider duclion of real poetry nn imli- vcakness nt tho nerve ecu Do von " :,; bat seo here Rilly, I'vo pro He 'lliutH to llonsekeepors And ro.l ami llenlth' coluuius for jiv-cr li'Kiilaily for three yours mil ...

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. — 26 April 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Ft-CK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, . PA. Thursday, April 26, 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 awoi KmaniiKemanne and at consistent prices. No man is absolutely perfect, but one who acknowledges bis faults is more than half way up the, ladder. If a man is unlucky it worries liini, and if he is lucky then he worries because lie is afraid his luck will change. It is difficult to convince a girl that all things are for the best when she is compelled to remain away from a ball because of a boil on the end of her nose. The members of President Mc Kiuley's Cabinet are: Secretary of State, John Hay; Secretary of the Treasury, Lyman J. Gape; Secretary of War, Elihu Koot; AttorneyGeneral, John W.Griggs: Postmaster General, Charles Emory Smith; Secretary of the Navy, John D. Loug; Secretary of...

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