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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 April 1900

'LlTON county news. LeN CALENDARS REPEAT Twtnty.Kilt Vmr You fun I'm "four Old l'dir vr Again. , niditlily .nli'Uiliir and tin jcnr- Iciiilar of common .vcium repent ' ,ye at tin" ri'Kiiliir IntervnlM of ''"live nix aud eleven years, iTimtlnif Ml'fUilar sli'clo of 1weiity-elnlit our yearly ciilciiiliii'K repeat :SJl.ve lu regular order every ntv-flitht yi-arn, except when tlio ". .car of tlio eelitury In not li vcnr; tl"'" " irrennlur In 1 f six or twelve years i In tlio 'nm' r l(,ap 1 ' -o 70, mo, 84. US of Hiieh eelilnr ."tlic'riular order of twenty-elnht In not assumed until the explru- ,n of forty yars (twenly-elKtit pins j,,. ConiineliclliK with the year In cuili yearly calendar will repeat lf oven' twenty-eight years until Var' Tl'iil nil centuries must lieuln on l.r Sloinlay 'I'tiesday, Thursday or nnliv Is exiilalned liy the fact that f mlHiiliir repents Itself every 400 IP IIHTtlon. noi loin vin.in mil ui , lvi'M can iuiiiiKiirate a century. IIip Inturviil of forty years In...

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. — 26 April 1900

Nbw Yonrc Citt (Special). Tlio novelties o( the moment include what the English" cull "a patriotic kbnki hirt for ladies," it being made ol Unit khaki smr.r WAIST. material and, ho fur as possible, fol lowing tbo shirt pattern worn by tho British soldier in Hoiith Africa. As nbowu by tbe cut, this model, nave for its pockets, is not unlike tlmt used for tbe regulation sbirt waist for women in America. It 1ms tbe same slightly full front, and tlio sanio per fectly pluiu fan back. Down the front is a broad stitched baud with buttons, tbe two breast pockets, the plaits ard flaps of which recall those worn by tbo TAILOU-MAUK COSTUME, London policemen, being buttoned also. The shirt sleeve ends in u nar row cuff at the wrist and the shoulder neanis are strapped and finished with buttons. A high straight collar with a small butterfly bow in black or white finishes the garment at the throat. Vngue of Atillur.-ii. Appliques are a prominent feature of the handsomest and smartest of the sprin...

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. — 26 April 1900

,nefe have the art or dwarf l0 mere shrubs, and of culti L,, in a similar way. The l""1 . J.ll.hl I.. AV...I.. grPiH iit'iiftiii. in iiu'ir iriienfl. which rrquirg u .iener to keep them down to limits. The author of On ;,re to Japan,' writes: "A L garden ls Kenr"' """"i iph i", park and demesne, with 'fflff house, temples, trees, all , and all In keeping with tho , nvallnlile. The lake is Llong and full of small gold- . Ibe border hiuii"" iu m:e, (IjMoen Inches hlRh and fltty beneath Its shade ls a tern- 0t of ono piece of stone, ;s0 brick. On alofty cr.ig ..oand a half feet stands a le tree, rrfect In form and years old and twelvn ;iuiure trees later a maple, Hid a bamboo clump each :,tffB years old and eighteen o two feet high, growing !n dlshfs. Wo were told of a .garden, contained In a fchal dnzon wine case. Everything .jrc down to the flsli In tho jfotof water only a few Inches ,n,l ti,c foot brldRes over tnc U!(S, Tea houses there were, ,?ro"s trrc3 of various kind, at six in ...

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. — 26 April 1900

PowIohs Horno atidCattlo 1'owuVr at Uolilnnon's. 10 cU jut Hi. Ki-o ad. Auknth Wantkti: To sell Btatr, county and farm rights. John A. IlARVKY, Hancock, Md. Kuv. Mr. West will preach at Green Hill next Sunday morning and ut Me Connollsburg Sunday evening. The name of Fulton county's fortieth post ollleo Is Clto, and it is located at Spring Houso Valley in Ayr township, with John Selders as postmaster. Marriage license was granted last Saturday to Klias H. Dishong, son of Stillwel and Mary Dishong, and Miss Kuncca Sharpe, daughter of John and Mary Sharpe, all of Licking Creek township. There will be a two-dav meeting at NVedmore next Saturday and Sunday. Preuching Saturday, Saturday even ing and Sunday. In Addition to the home preachers, Klder Norton of Vir ginia is expected to be present. Mr. Leonard Ileidtof Ayr township, last Thursday evening, received by mail from his blind sister Lizzie, who has been in the Women's Industrial Home for the Blind in Philadelphia for nearly six mon...

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. — 3 May 1900

Coitwtg mm McCONNf-LLSBURG. PA., MAY 3. 1900. NUMI3I-K 33. VOLUME 1. UNRECORDED BATTLE. Accepted and foiijlit to a Finish With out Gloves, BATTLE OF MXONNELLSBURG. -iii DescriDtion of One of the Few f Battles Fought on Pennsylvania Soil During the War. iiia great battle between x armies is fought, it is ,,le up of a multitude of move- its auel events obscured by ,ke nud confusion, of which aeniuu sees but a very small I The historian draws on imagination for most of his Lis, aud more or less uncer l;y surrounds his narration. describes it as he thinks it 4 have occurred, But the :mish, the battle between out- s, the encounter between il bodies of belligerants ,e are witnessed sometimes i beginuiug to end and can ruthfully portrayed. Lately J in with a gentleman who Ian eye-witness of the Battle cCuMiellsburg. Jtonis said to be the only ty m Pennsylvania which , not have withiu its borders jde mile of railroad. It is of the few counties, however, hcau boast of a real battle :ng the l...

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. — 3 May 1900

-J, , DEMAND ON TURKEY new son: rni-:sr:NTr:i To rouii: II V MIC. .HIS(()f. WANTS PROMPT PAYMENT. ftlmllar Hteps l,y (Mlier rowers Hrunriloil Imminent AVashlftu:ton IHIIclnM Claim 'nte Ik tint an I'ltliimlniil. Hut n Continuation ol I florts to rifled Xrttle ment of Claim. Constantinople, (My Cable.) The negotia tions between the Viiitcit Htates nnd the Forte, regarding the American Indemnity claim have ngnin been transferred here. United (States Charge d'AfTulres Grlscom banded to Tewflk I'ashn, Minister of For eign Affairs, a note based on Instructions ho had received from Washington, the tenor of Which has not yet been made publle. It is Understood, however, thnt It demands prompt payment of the Indemnity. Mimllnr steps by the other powers are re garded as Imminent. Charge, d'AfTulres Grlscom, In the present circumstances, de clines to express his views. The only Issue at present, however, Is the execution of the l'orto's repcuted promises to Minister Straus to pay the Indemnity....

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. — 3 May 1900

) Of catel thos ICtlV"; ire ouit'1 ntal 1 ,BM-' It I' ,bll' al Pr, o th U' rue1 nt-': I .4 CALL 0THE DRUM. -111 tiff 01 HI" IIIU'H Tb'S trn nimlt. (f, drawing near, nearer And ci"nr-r, Anil loii'l". Am iron1"" wwJns tlio aounJ comes aud fomcl" 'wiieciillof tbe drum. ;(, nnd grand, anil nonr at linud nonrtliG .llliiK drum. . hv nnllnut hreeBa fnnued, :,'.e:.,Vir,ir;-,'Oli, ooninl ""tr.'li null lo tlm olntnor oi (trim, Willi HBRlninoiir,", ? And svrolllnir. And Hilling Tho story Of glory , ine in Bin" " " passes by mo. ,,.mn' Come!" I, t'bo nong of. tbe drum, l,lnl and for nwny I Ueor Tl ever caning iiru.n. . RVnt-'Oom.." With toliei WOi u uuuuyt it lures me to follow. Fur iiwny -.' , Tlirougli tbo day It pnlln mo EnthMlli me .,(ltiV.entlngmv heart toropeatliiB. Come! Com.-!" I. tbe call of thodrum. " -Josh Wink. Massing ol the laird. TOUIES are be ginning to co mo f roui South Africa about that field of dread memory M agersfon tein. From dawn w hen the belching hill front of fire had...

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. — 3 May 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, May 3. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTIRINU KATKM. Per miunre of H linos 3 times f ISO. ter witmre etioh sulwentient Insertion .... N. All udverflsemeiitH IiimtUmI for U:hh than three mouth ceiiriced by the rujuiire. Ohtvfniirlh ooliiinu.. One-hulf oolumn One Column a nios. (lll)IK r.iifi.i7Tf.,n.(ia . . '.JfVoe. I 4MH. .. 40.110. I 55.(10. I yr. f m.tC rxi.no. 7M. Nothlutf Inserted for less thtin fl. IVofeNNioniil Curd one yeur SINCE MAW JOINKI) TMDCLUH. My maw hus joined some woman's clubs, and I ain't duin' a tiling lint havin' just tlie bulllost time I've ever had, by jing. I go out every day and play all around the neighborhood, An' no one tells mo when I start, "He- membcr, now bo tfood." If I feel like it, I behave,an' if I don't I'm toutfh, An' when the other kids get pay, I pive their ears a cuff. For I'm the whole thing around here now, and I ain't no ...

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. — 3 May 1900

JfoN COUNTY NEWS. WORK OF VIC. He Enjoyed Himself One Warm Afternoon. ll,P tcnlor pup, wim tllKKURtc.l. i i.' (i 1'ii'iiMioii In' liml lie. '11 VIC, mil' in" '.' . . . ..i .... IukI liccniiMp (,crnlil. nun nirni" '" In tho t-'iii'ilf" with .Tuck, .link ? Vlc'i foiir-.vour-olil numti'i', nnil 'id tvns .lai'k'H little friend. All ,rft'r"(,on ,lK two 1,0,8 ,'llly' (1 h lark's toys, "ml rnecil nml P .,,,,1 eniovotl their lllieity. inpoii - - - - - ilo poor if. "' " " " J n nt tin' I'"1' f ,llH flmln. "'"I W on with lirown, wistful rye im dlHiiiiilly. Hut proaeiilly lit lefiiine. Tho boys were taken for 'OX,, ,r.ilk, nnd lu-fnre they went Vie was '"limit.' to run ulimit the unnlcii by He tlixt lfllevetl IiIh t'eelllUH . tinritift "P '"'t' t'tiwn ns linril iih lc ild (to. Then '-' ,iftw t,iat ,,ie t was strtwu with Jack's toys , woili'" horse with a long Muck hip, a woolly tlog, a ball, nu engine , vnrloiiN other things. Vic's c.vct I. ,,,,,.,!. He ninilo for the woolly took It In hl inou...

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. — 3 May 1900

7 ""V' New Yonn Citt (Special). Are wo k wear panniored dresses? Panniered dressed Lave leen brought from Paris. The shops show them; they Lave been worn at the A DRESS WITH PANNIERS. operas, at restauranta and at evening parties by a few extremists or experi mentalists. Will they be accepted by women in general? No one expects it. s ; The panniered dress is a freak, a whim, and is likely so to remain. Yet fashions are as uncertain as the stock markets. Panniers are worth watch ing. The qnaiutest and moat piquant of the Watteau dresses yet finished show flowered underskirts, with overskirta Df different materials, opening in front and draped on the hips. They assimilate themselves to the prevail ing mode by a lavish use of tucks and plaiting. A model dress of this order is made of Venetian cloth, of a mauve so pale as to be only a shade or two removed from white. The front of the skirt has a panel of figured panne of a deeper mauve tone; the sides and back are of oloth laid in fiat ...

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. — 3 May 1900

fed Feeling purely i" il iiMttos thntlhu j ii lucking in vitality and tho J 1 111, na A,xna ,tSU oi ueu"-11 I lislii"!a humor Ibot tbo i fluid i1 of imp'iritioa. j'i SrHftj)ii'iH cures that , feeliS by enriching and vi ing tlie blood, creating a good ftn:l invigorating cvorj .,,,( lliebo.ly. tod's ... rsaparina tired fuollnrt nil thnti'oe. Il.iou's Niirsnpurillu nnd It mhIwI IIWo " ni,,T m:1"' 11 V Wife ,11 rim Jinviiiiiiil could not do lior , jjl,,, U tllk'MI foil. bottloS o( l'. mi l I" I" K"01' C. ltI,J:iiivllli', , 9n'noarilM I sold by all lift lined'" und only Hood's. I jlur itroin iimn". asri,y Oman of Oxford, the (. '-'oi :jm mill military i Kir. jviug ill'' Omitm murtlat jan as "kricprpiel." The voices tri'- uo of a regular map iii'lfis, representing Infantry, ir.il si lilli i'. i '1'1 's supponid out ciltn atlonnl vultlo. in the :"oI tat tit anU strategy. Tlie lived v. Kh groat regularity, lg alone h rid sometimes with In lictli cases he would use jry tains commenting upon ...

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. — 3 May 1900

Why do you vtnllt Subscribti for the Nkws to-day. See Clay Park's new ad. lie docs a bltf niisino.sg fit Throe Sjirlnjrs. Three onus of tomatoes for !! cents at Kd Fore' Htorc, Kuoli.svillo. For xxxx pulverized miar (f to Robinson's. Opposite the post office. Aoknts Wantku: To sell state, county and farm rltflits. John A. HARVEY, Hancock, Md. Next .Sunday evening in the Presby terian church in this place, Hev. V. A. West, D. V., will preach the Hac- calaureate sermon to the graduating class of tho Mcl'onncllsburg Hih School. Kverybody welcome. A number of neighboring farmers joined Hob Fryman In a stone hauling last Friday. They had lots of sport killing blaeksnakes, which seemed un usually plentiful that day. The long est measured either ton feet live inch es, or five feet ten Inches. llev. W. J. Sheaffer will deliver his popular lecture on the Spanish-Amer ican War in the M. K. church at I lear Itldire. Saturday eveninir. May i, at 8 o'clock p. m. Admission ten cents. This lecture...

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. — 10 May 1900

llv a Ml lv I n .1 I 'v.L-!l -XT 4y W I M S'l i -4':! v V DKATti RECORD. ,- (HO HAVE PASSED AWAY. IMI'KOVKMKNTS. Jiii lies Rumniol is having a stone sidewalk iut down in front of his residence Thomas J. Comerer has just r l,u ' ... . - :. i notice was laKoij compioieu u urn: Mi.iuie on ion o'- .1,,. SCI'lU'S Ol " 1- -1---.7 SuuhkI M Tn.ax. II 4l... i;.,-(.vin? limss, uie icS ol oai ui liiu n. 11 AcCONNELLSDUKCj, PA.. MAY 10, 1900 M'COMLLSBURG SCHOOLS. Pupils Who Have Been Promoted to a Higher Grade. , TiMisix's parents, the late lMlMrs. John Truax, men ,(lvaiic.odagesolS ana at romwctivoly. and l,hn five sisters and two I a muriely, Daniel 'lxuax, I i'-'- - ' .... . . aslai; Win. T., Heliasi iowu w!UUlS(liiys. married Davy Little has just had erect-! ed a large, oveu, and expects in a to Rebecca rovv to have a lirst class s (lliufrlit,-'r of the late Tims, bakery in operation. Sammy xaiul hi wife airs, wiu- otass wili be tlie Hour artist. ...f Uoltast mwusmp. M,.s ( ;((1dsinith 1!1H...

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. — 10 May 1900

FORE!GNAFFAIRS. Winston Churchill, the war oorrcspond- lit, Is mentioned as a ciinillilnto f;r I'arlla tneiit, to succeed Ihn Puke of Argyll. The representative!" of flreut Ililtnln, France, (lermnny, Austria nnd 1 tuly. In View of the slei taken ly the United Ntuten Kovernment In regard to tho elnlmn kmwIiik out of tho Aruicnlnu massacres, hitve asked their (foTornmnntn for Instructions at to their respective clnlnis. Ambassador White discredit the reported action of tho Herman Chancellor In fort Id illnif the North Herman T.loyd Menmhlp Company landing In Oerinnn. Dutch or Ucl glnm ports lrenh meBts or dairy products. The lntest note of the United Mutes ot rnment to Turkey Is In the nature of an ul timatum, and demands linmedliitn pnyment of the Indemnity, without, however, fixing time limit. The l'rlnce of Widen, lu a putille letter, acknowledges the sympathy nod congrntu latlons from nil piirn of the world on his re cent escupo from assassination. Two thousand bulldliiKS were de...

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. — 10 May 1900

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Winston Churchill, tho wnr correspond ent, Is mi'tithmcd hi n ciindldnto for I'arlia mtnt, lo sucuerd tho Duke of Arjryll. The representatives of Grout Iliitnln, Franco, (Icnnany, Austria nnd Italy, In Yiew of tho nli'1 s taken ly tho United Mules government In regard to thn claims ttrowliiR out of the Aruionlun massacres, havo nuked their RnrnrnmnotH for instructions ns to their respective claims. Ambassador White discredit the reported etlou of thn German Chimcellor In forbid ding tho North German I.loyd Steamship Company landing lu Gorman, Dulch or llol glum port freHh meats or dairy products. The latest Bote of tho I'nlied Mutes gov ernment to Turkey Is In the nntrt) of nn ul timatum, and dcitinndH Immedliito pnyment of the indemnity, without, bowovor, fixing time limit. The I'rlnce of Wales, In a public letter, aoknowlodgcs the sympMhy ntid congratu lations from all pnrtH of the world on his re ton t escape from assassination. Two thousand buildings were destro...

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. — 10 May 1900

HiLLSOF HOPS. . tlm M1M nf linn A J'j0!',nav tt' tl't ' over-wlsej, I.M"'".,... ll.iinrlni v $$of yoiireyes."' . nrn roms nnd snow VS nMH ownwlf.li.iJ. f nrl,l lllll I""1" ml"U 1"'1(W C ' .tfiim o ',"'' ' ', i,rt wn UK''' n,,(1 "v 1,11,1,01! tlm rainbow hills 'CvK'"1"" l"",,,r-,w,l!"') " L o.M lltti" liimil l in in I no. 3'owot fear In your l,liot 111" rainbow hills .1 ir,.,. liliick and Imra H" ' '. i, river of lieHtll. :;.;nf1lllJ''Vw"iulortbor3. ' .rt whs terrified river i,lB. ,,..ri,,1, littlo child, for soo ,1 H B"J 11,8 wnr,n suu" and I5 I 330333D3OOOOOOOOOOOO THE CLIND LOVER SAW 8 P0000OC33O3OOOOOOOOOJ WO liliml n ao n 1 e "Tift who love each Oilier. lie, nn ungainly, stunted finurc.witU ii very homely face; she, tall, thin, of yellowish complex Sou and of sickly appearance. Benevolent peo ple hnd placed jbliiul ftHj-lum yeurs before. ,. were brought up. jreutliryund played together, .contented mid happy. The '.of thi world wore an strong a ils duilj miseries. They ,t quiet, ...

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. — 10 May 1900

HILLS OF HOPE, ,hllil on tli 1ilU of '"P if"'' , co tlHtt bn over-wlse), !lo J m-" H"C-lnly j.U yreves.'" l nrnrosn nnd snow ' ,,i,l hiil In tilt) mlsls below .lou Hie lillls or liopo to-any?" flillil.nn the rainbow hills ,'.ninyn Hint bo over-wise) lf ot four 1,1 '01Ir "y,s? u mil., liiiiul In intnn. lli' -I ol . inv wiimlortUere. 01 u- j .itimlo' it. lnlinn MIU -0 n.thn river of death. 1 -..i.i ilnrk rivor Biile." ..i,i,1. littlfl flhllil. is gJ"p' "uJ tl10 wnriu l,uu , for see putlH or ovnry.it ay, ' 'i.rv Jlursu, 111 East nml i r u MM 4 ,5033330033000000000 iCE THE BLIND LOVER SAW 8 LjOOOaCOOOaOCQOOOOOOa Y') blind people wlio I o v n each other. He, nn iintfniuly, stunted Iini e,witU .i vitt hnmel v f tap. : plf. kIic, tall, thin, of yellowisn compiex iou and of sickly jK appearance. J Benevolent peo ple had placed jUiml asylum years before. ,,, wero brought up. lren they lin il played together, contented and happy. The of tin' world were as strong ill diiilj miseries. They ,1 q...

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. — 10 May 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, May 10, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHTININd It AT KM. Per R)tiiirc of H llinw 3 limps fl Ko. IVr wjimre eneh Hiilweniient Insert Inn ... . ISO. All udvcrtKrnu'TitH inserted for lesn limn Olive months eeurKtMl by the square. H I1IOS. I It 1HOS. I 77rts.im."Tf-si.(iii. . . . V'-VIM. I tn.,1,1, ... lo.ui. Vi.im. I yr. One-fiMirth column. One-half column.... (in t 'oliiinn fto.iii. Nothing Inserted for less thuii t. 1'rofes.slouiil Curds one year ifr. SWIFT FALLING HI LUIS. Falling bullets kill many mm, even when they are lying shelter od behind trenches. If a bullet is fired in the air, it falls with as much force as it goes up. But, curiously, there is a certain limit of height beyond which a bullet gains no more falling force; the reason being that when the mo turn is very rapid the resistance of the air balances the attraction of gravity. In the siege of Se bas...

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. — 10 May 1900

-- 7-- 1 y & FULTON COUNTY NTAVS. ; RELIGIOUS TOPIC3. crloua Subjects For Serious People Carefully Editod. The Message of Salvation. (I.uke 1-77 79). ! Vulval Ion Is not so much nn cs- from evil una roli'llml ion as it to Rood niul to a .. n IlOllliOi.- "" ....i....,,.i,t vfvi'iicK.s of Dlvlno guidance j, 'tuition Is a real luvinn; not nn ''.,. without anything, us peoplo o'' ...... ll..o f Ai-o nr (!,! aM,9 A D. F Whitney, "oittsldo of Christ, self is the hlsh t niotlvc; and self Is controlled by Hi ill a)"'til'-S. Hut with Christ wo SUIliCieilt inuuvo in iirniH win .aywaril hearts Into subjection to si'ir Itiuil purposes nnu desires IJj,, )rnli:ii 1"" eiuiMinin i.ii imiiw i (ho Interior wpirii. in nn:n juu u finss (lien on the things themselves. V V. F.iher. - .. .......it. Till' Kicat. purpose v..iiiikis i.,ijtry Is to persuade the soul to bo r.eT.tiVe tO SplllLUHl llllllKH. (. lllllllS HIV fcl 1 "I l.l'l- niL.llll the liPiirt. we must cultivate it until HbrillRS follll IlllM...

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. — 10 May 1900

7 THH ;EfS)IT Nrw YokkCitt (Spocial). For out ing hats there are folts, but thore are wore stitched taflotas, with Roft crowns and high brims. For the bi- OUTING) HAT OP KHAKI, WITH WHITE FEATHERS, cycle and for golfing, thore are khaki hats in yeoman and trooper shapes, eome of which havo the regulation chin strap, which, however, is fast ened around the hair behind. For such headgear bands of khaki colored puggaree muslin are the usual trim ming, with bunches of cock's feathers or drooping pheasant's plumes, which have replaced last summer's still eagle's quills. The sailor hat bobs up serenely; it is little changed in shape, though occasionally it has an absurdly high crown. For dressy wear it is deco rated with wreaths of leaves, or with twists of tulle and spreading wings. An outing hat of khaki in a flat beret shape, with two quit la passing through the khaki from side to side, one on the crown, the other through the brim. These are held by a double V.KO FOULA11D WITn W1IITK I...

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