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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 May 1900

e- r BY fcfd'.adrop on tU. rose k .tar that Tr nuuuw h. fflndofsfi thro Jtrnfli" "- a " . ii-u oipi on uraror. i'drorevitr. '""A-i. it hue wrought. " ". ... n.a nn forever. annul ii'1" ' Kvarandforavar. FOREVER. lyKITTC KOHM, Kvery link In friendship's chala Footed another link nKaln; Evry throb that lore linn coat. Mada a uneven and was not lost, F.Tery look and every tone wa. Has ii aeed in memory sown. All that lives ffona on forever, Forever and forever. Hit, O aoiil, there's no fnrswell Whuro souls onoe togethnr dwell; Have no fears O beatttig heart, There Is no suah word as part. Hands that meet and olosnly clasp, Shall forever feel the grasp. All that Uvea goes on forever, Forever and forevsr. New York Independent. k GOIN TELLER'S ATONEMENT. h?l ii T was quite re markable thai any oneonuldbe vexed at Thornton he was such a thor oughly congenial fellow, lint vexed at hiia t certainly it regarding hitu through .wreath that drifted np jn our after-dinner cigars. It Weir his havi...

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. — 31 May 1900

7 FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. May 31, 1900. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AOVIKTIMINU KATB4. Per witmre of K lines S tlmeH t BO. l'er Kquure efieh Mulweiiuenl. Irmertlon.... (W. All mlverilemenln luaerted for Iuhh than three mom in oeurxed by tho mjuitre. 8 iiiom. fi mm, 1 yr, One-fourth column tin.oo. IJO.uo. tiMim. One-hulf oolumn i.i. 4o.(). M.. One Column ..X. NiMO. n.W. Nolhlnv Inserted for lew thnn (I. 1'rofeNHlonnl C'nnls one year V. Little lieimle's Dictionary. A hat is an article to keep a follow from catching cold in his hair. A coat is what we have to wear so's we won't have to cut pockets in our skins. A necktie is a thing to keep a man's chin -from dirtying his shirt front. A vest keeps the rest of the shirt from getting dirty. Pants well, you've got to wear pants or stay at home; that's all. They are what make some men look bow legged. Stockings are thing a feller wears so's he won't h...

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. — 31 May 1900

V Hat . vouna Lady Who Lived Long """" r the iinpii't iy of "y " " . . .. Inl.lo 1,1 l.,b.4 jON COUNTY NEWS. VOLCANOES. .wlfl 3f llnwnll. Miuinii ai, Milium Ilimlnlal. in 1-Iclit i:.fiOO, .ml 82" f1'1, 1 wn,,,,r lf "lt1-! "othor pliice in tho W(irll more iful tlmn those Krent l'nuoli liiuils -.one P't" n vl,'w of rot'1"! m soihImt ami Jtlutly I,on, tW lower ciiirs of lliiuliilul. I'er , yauiia Lon, Ihim tho Volcmio 1.lnlr fl Hin iinti,. lt OD I"1 "'" ' " I -v.. ,1..,,i ... . ...... t I'k'iliiiict tlmt on is ou tho Hide Liana Loa, 1" 4,'HH) reet Above sen I fr the mmiiitlt is miles owny, I' "" . . .... I ,1.. ih hostelry Maiiim Ioa looks I mil ghostly! unli'HU towelled by lA llRllt or me nil". wui-ii " ui. , mimnlnlii or lire. p,vk telw uh it is now a ver mountain of fire; that a noise it the Volcmio House, twenty incur, announced n terrific ex- r . . i i...4 ii.. B hail OCClltTt'U, nun mm liir 0f the fountains of tire can be for forty miles itrouml. We wait news with much interest a...

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. — 31 May 1900

' Nkw Youk Oitv (Special). Of course the very newest sleeve devel opment "tho sleeve of (be year," as it is called 18 the nndersleeve. As the cut shows, it is much like the THE HIiKRVK OF TITR YE A ft. identical article worn by our grand mothers in "autebclliitu days." "Double sleeve" is another name for it. All the smart challies aud foulards boast this arm covering, which, of the foulard or challie, ends at the elbow, while underneath falls a scant flu ft' of white muslin net or lace, its fulness gathered into a close band at the wrist. The first figure of the cut, re produced from the New York Even ing Sun, shows a pretty frock iu mot tled foulard having undersleeves and yoke in transparent net. Embroidery over velvet trims the foulard, while the left side of the bodioe is fastened with silver buttons and clasps. The other cut shows a simpler nndersleeve model, but one equally effective. The turn-back finish of the upper sleeve is known as tho "Puritan cuff." Outing Costumes. Alt...

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. — 31 May 1900

V frill Variag tanrh Tim tt t prospect thnt Currier' ' job Fulton strwt, New York, 1 inverted Into a playhouse, 1 . .aiidevllle will linl.l fooiinou" " rrbants In the neighborhood .clerks are uavniR --ieii lil?- ovtr the probabilities of suo ...ir. of tbe enterprise. The L,flvf performances (luring the boiir-pny from J 2 to 2:30- bM will be pirnuimiy Blip- the bext that the market af- Ar. Yon Itchy I m.thine i wronpr with your Lk tour druggist for Tettori-ne, 3Pn our" -,:,() cents. Any bkin disease, 0 eczema, unit rhenm, etc. Or .,-sntsiti stamps for box prepaid iliiiptriuf, Havauiiab, Oa. Trj (protcrf Wag-on Boat. pplfirental seat has been de :o allow three persona to rldo S pin Inlemieu ior two, a BKeie- 1 . lilnr utlnhnt In (hn ..de of a narrow teat to lift It be level of the main seat, al plfnty of room on either Bide frame for the other two pcr- .Tonr Feet Aeiie ami fiiiru? into your shoes Allen's Foot-Kase, n 'nr ilio feet. It makes Unlit or leel Hunt. Cures Corns, Ilunlons, I...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 May 1900

Miss Marion Sloan's Sunday school class will give a Birthday Tarty at the homo of the Missus Sloan in this place next Tuesday evening for the benefit of the Kepalr Fund of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Jonathan P. Peck, of Helfast township who has been under medical treatment for several years, has at last decided to ro to the City, and un dergo a surgical operation. She loaves to-day (Thursday) for Balti more, where under tho care of Dr. Oarthwaite, of Webster Mills, she will be placed in the Maryland Uni versity hospital. We trust that the treatment there may be successful and that she may soon be premitted to return to her family fully restored to health. The third quarterly meeting of the U. B. church, Hustontown charjjo, will le hold at Bethlehem appointment, June Oth and 10th conference Saturday afternoon at 2.00 Bev. O. W. Sher rick D. D., Presiding Elder of the district, will Preach Saturday even ing, Sabbath morning and Sabbath evening. ' . Also Dr. Sherrlck will preach at ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 June 1900

Clli phi! m ME 1. t)ii.i:i) DOWN. McCONNLLLSBUKG, IJA., June 7, 1900. NUMBER 38. I About Know. People You Wibleaud little sous illnllisiire spoudiug tho j! Oraudpa Stewart .it I . Slever, sister of tho hi i lias been very sick lit ;nt Hi'tlford, for several slowly couvalosciug. i Mrs. Albert Flossiug jipsCovo, aud Mr. and p.B. Mellott of Belfast flcsduy in MeCotiuells- i any friends of Thomas ,'r of Clmruborsburg, u.fTompio Wilt, former J place, regret very much tl,at he is iu very poor Mellott aud sou have cs j tliiir steam saw mill je piko west of Scrub jour tlie residence of ix, aud expects to cut out bt of piuo lumber for Mr. i j). P. Drawbaugh has rains resignation as pas Lutliei an congregation ilico to take effect ou the 4uunh day of this mouth, p-bangh has been chosen of tho Fourth Lutheran fat Altoona. Mr. Draw- Breach his farewell icon tho 24th. mily of the editor had irry short cake for dinner came about through the v of our good friend fek of Thompson town furnished the ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 June 1900

ECLIPSE WAS SUPERB. id I Weather In Many Place Tor Sac Inn Kun liarkened. -Aatrnnn- '' liter Made Happy. Seldom has a total eclipse of the Klin oc curred under belter conditions for observa tloD than the one which was visible Monday In parta of North America, Europe ami Africa. Clear and beautiful weather prevailed "throughout almoKt the entire belt of totali ty. Thla not only afforded the astronomer Ideal conditions for making a'lnutlflo ob servations, but heightened the effoot of the .wonderful spectacle on the millions of per son who gazed at It merely as a sublime phenomena of nature. Astronomical pcrtleswera scattered thick ly throughout the totality belt, which began In the raolllo Ocean just weat of Mexico and extended through Mexico, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Caro lina, North Carolina and Virginia, thence crossing the ocean to Portugal, Spain, Al giers and traversing Northern Africa to the Jted Hea, where it ended. The belt was 05 miles wide. The United...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 June 1900

-THE weaver. .,rl1,thmili '' rn'". , aownvriirds tUroiiKli the ',k -tiirs 1 WB!,; . Tnoot living R"l; ,, rJm white nndcoWl. .mVll""11'1 l"1'1' . 'wTyh,ItM,?nJ, ;;;,i,e,vft'imi. to the rose. US'wd III to bir L.lHrk he III'' , ' ',. nnd memary. . u...l n "" I ..f II, M.I, l,an'i ,tl, downwards, through the :,irenpwnrils tlircuffM tho grass. "be,t I know nnt-I -'l.liefttoiellorlMiy ,. rMti hmiRlit or sold. i lvili'"'. K'"'1 ll0",', 'lo10''; ,'"ll,rm'nnio iiml pass: ritli luvi'i n'l some n-flol.l: hi I'T'i": 'i'"' ""i"9 ""hold '!,r0Wn t-.ir-. I" a glass, i.vinc. X mi'l olil, '.p-il-n" ,"'"H ,j-,iiipr. I"""'1 niv (.h'HH- " tiir ;rt,rtli..iili: fT num. ,,..ir I roir no' "Id. ,1 npnil ore tuluo, I li i o .i :i the if"'' iXurt'.i AiriiTi'-iin Iliivmw ER SINCE. EY U. V, $ NI) Hitch a letter!" nnd Katie Walker i tossed the, letter . j uinl its yellow en j;: vclupu on the -p 11 o or. "H o w could ho he ho cruel?'' ami Mio liiiil her h e n il - t lie t.iMj nuit bitt'Ht luto 3 , ;iit nas of no u...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 June 1900

FULTON COUNTY KEVS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 7, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKHT1KINO 11ATM. PrrmiuarB of (t linen 8 tlmnn II M). Per squnre uch NulMCiiuent Inxnrtlon .... to. All HilvtrtlKiiierilN luHortuil for Icmn thiia three nuiulhi ceiimed by the Kquure. H uum. . .$i'.v.ir . . S5.'ll. .. 4(l.t. (Iiiiom. I yr. 40.1111. NUM. I.im. 7fi.(io. One-ruiirtti coluniu. Oiie-huir column.... One Column Nothing tnHnrted for leHN thun 91, I'rofeftNioatftl Canta one yer A. The largest body of water in the world having no outlet iu the ocean is tho Caspian Sea, it be ing 180,000 squaro miles iu. ex tent. Hubert Hoffman, arrested for counterfeiting near Franklin Mills, eight miles north of Han cock, has been convicted of the charge. He put up at the house of John Mann, a farmer, who testilied that Hoffman made $1.20 in counterfeit nickels in his pres ence and tendered the spurious coin in payment of board. Mann mad...

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. — 7 June 1900

A lT0N COUNTY NEWS. yiGHTINQ F0 A "ZOO." tangley' Persistent Effort to ' prsscrve Wild Animals. , mi I'll -Kinitct nitldc mi "Tlic N'n- .,,(V nt WnMlilnitlini.' Krm-Ht '', T,iiipsi'li. tliP nntlioMirtlst, '.,-.,t liiud worn Prof. I.iintf cy 10 d(i lii'fi"''' (. omrri-RM wful I puso ,, to cutiil'll"!' "''' liiNtlmtloii: ,'' 1Ss7, when the newly iiiiiSnt '",(H.n inry of the SniilliMoiilnii In- ,jlon. ' s- r- Ll,"1,,-V- wl". ncli nn nHtroiiowiT nnd u ili,vl-lHt llH'on very itronjily Impi'i'sHi-d liy ... fjet flint nil oiir liirjiont mill most ",r,mlnR mitlve nnliniilM were liiplil '.nnntni'l'liiB oxtliift Ion, concolvfd ,,ilon of wciirliiK triu-t of country priinlllvo mm imsHiiiie, milt in ii '., . luHlliiir I'it.v of rvfiiKi' f 1 ir 1 1 1 be or flip ..ui.iiiir rncf'K. TIiIh wild the limin , nli.'ti HfMt Mr. I.iiii'.'loy went In t Coiijrn-iM to liri Hit1 OHtuhllsli i of a Xntlomil ZooIokIciiI l'urk. IB all iW " ,ie'n (,,,s,l,ln of .wtiiti'K to Uccp H f'ollt'ctloii of wild jmal for ""'l...

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. — 7 June 1900

? V J 9M THE ElSKSTi, Of fahjIOH- New Vouk City (Special). Now that tho fichu effects ou gown have become bo fashionable, a separato one will be found n most useful addi- Till AXON' FIC'Ill'. tiou to the summer wardrobe, Riving; an up-to-dnte and picturesque touch to any number of gowns with which it may bo worn. This one, called the Trianon, from Harper's Bazar, is one of the newest models. Its folds are especially desigued to give a perfect shape, and it is cut with narrow stole ends iu front, as a fouudatiou for tho rullles that ornament the front. Mousseliue de soie, chiffon, mull or point d'esprit are suitable materials for its development, with self material or laee rufllos. The self-rulHes may be further embellished Iit tiny ruches, top and bottom, aud by the lower edge being out iu scallops. This fichu can be worn just simply pinuod at tho bust as hero shown, or it can be knot ted at the bust aud allowed to hang loose. It cau also be crossed and fustenod with a bow each side...

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. — 7 June 1900

V Hilt, lenier. d "b:; " one itotitt net fipor I boi: "rine, tria' ci. 'n inlm i. (.,!' Iilf ilb r,: Pl'lie for rii irn?i! J rea . lnl !,. bei i alo' FAMOUS ARTIST. ' .0" H. ' "0.1, th m New Vork on the 7th 'Frederic E. Church removed n most famous ot American ' u- rhurch was 74 years old. II, COrI 11 ..',. in Hartford, Conn., and . .a lent for rlrnarlne ord ,ilnca --- o ..mm man he became a pupil n in 'las Cole at Catsklll, N. Y., cow'! ; 'lur ot sloon. he paintea ma ini-imiui removed to New York and In "oKlemy. In 1853 and 1857 h. I amith Africa ana mere ne nam- 3Uih mater"" i.iuUUj.. Japanese art. Mar About It. ge to Sea," by Rudyard Kip ljg ago a great-hearted king to Nikk river and looked across ei llie. 'i 'or t, ort o! f tbi,, t hel, luni i, ( ireeii, upstream ai ine lorreni M bills whence It fame, and .ream at the softer outlines of op anil spurs of wooded monn il needs only a dash of color , foreground to bring this all to- " jjiii he, and he put a little '!. a blue and whi...

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. — 7 June 1900

7 W. F. Wink, one ul, Holfasfs best young Dt-moerata, gpent sTuns(lay In town. Kvery body can afford to smoke now. Hobinson has rpclmwd th rln Of tuhlWCO. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mellott, and ' Mrg. T. It. Palmer and daughter Mlas Mattio were shoppers at McConnidls burg Tuesday. Salvation Army Camp will begin at Andrew Truax's grove, Tuesday even ing, Juno 12, at Morton's Point, near Pleasant Hid go. Mrs. Daniel K. Fore, of Tod town ship, has gone to visit her. daughter, Mrs. John Laniastor, of Markes, Franklin county. Miss Belle Stouteagle purchased the property on F.ast Water street, known as the "Hlue Honse" from Mrs. J. 8. Shade, one day last week. Consider ation $l."0. , Mrs. Hattie Kendall Is having the front yard to her residence graded and sodded, and when finished with a nice fence, will add greutly to the appear ance of her already beautiful home. Misses Kate Ranck and Blanche Yonker, of Bethel township, spent Wednesday night with the family of the editor. They were on their way t...

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. — 14 June 1900

MCCONNELLSBURG, FA., June 14, 1900. NUMBER 39. 1UME1. aT(;kttysui;. the State F.neiiinpmcnt L Dr. W. i" rsburp from tho 4 th to Dili -a. the Mecca of Loyal '1 Tlie Fulton couuty station was fair. Tho in- .,Tauifosted shows that tins ,ellf tlic great battles of rid with its far reaching .t.enmny concurring iu ij0f that had the Con fed iba,n successful a divided r would have been tho re .ie dth knell of liberty ; i,ave been sounded, and jjon fur generations tocome iaVt. been retarded, freedom of the town was .jUg by thecitizens through ,ble representative the lion. C. Swopc, whose address ,Mme biMtoric, strong and it-vas tho classic of the n; aud the courtesy extend ;m to tho Fulton county ion was greatly appreciat ion long be remembered, tpousu by Ex-Commauder , Dart, tho scholarly advo- soldier sentiment, mot espousive heart throbs of iatiou from the vast au ,;auu tlie unanimity of son ,: expressed upon the mo ,nwut at Gettysburg next a Encampment, bespeak a :g purpose to make it a ...

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. — 14 June 1900

SPENT BY CONGRESS. njtn as flhom by Statement Pre pared hy Mr. Allison, ef Senate Coin m It tee, and by Mr. Cannon, of Bonn Coinnilttee, Washington, (Bpeolsl.) -A carefully pre pared statement on the appropriations of tbe session was mad by Senator Allison, cbalr man of tbt Senate Committee on Appropria tions, and Chairman Cannon, of the House Committee on Appropriation!, In accordance With custom. The statement says; "The appropriations made by the first ses alon of the Fifty-sixth Congress amount to 705,729,478. This turn Inoludes ( 131,247, 15S eetl mated to be on account of or Incident to the late war with Spain, and deduotlng It tbe remaining amount ( 78.4R3,821 repre aentii tbe ordinary appropriation made for the support of the government during thin "It will be obierTed that, after deducting the amounts estimated to bare been appro priated on account of or Incident to the war with Spain, for tbe ensuing, tbe current and tbe last fiscal years (which cover the period elooe tbe ...

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. — 14 June 1900

Crossed the brook. ' . -nh klrtle blue I"?, whit feot bnre. ;;fc7.n(l Ullea dock. rl"m"' 1 1 1 ."'''I'L.lil.i.brook. resd"11"" .mlnff wntor. lontli to go, . ,'d rook t.d fern; n s twlat and turn. "III. K'gi, crossed the brook. ,li,ttbro(tUtl. willow lenvei, rttbs bun o( autumn sheaves I" ,betlnlienrt perceive? rll of look; ,Tp.llwwrouKht, . crossed the brook. ,rtMnK merry lay, ..llBRon (lie hill: Vn bl-letiio brook that day ".OTiiemKiht live for dye, Warm In "book; ..,lrt things ',tlwUt wlni?' , ,(tfe erossod tliu brook. mi beyonil (lie nnrrow tide .lull she drew. !,.,ed.ille Ht hr sldn Litotlelirlioe. .... f ,tHed my alii'iisl""-"- I tried; Mtmyllim"isbook! I .till Inrirot. I Hie knot .jPefgle crossed the brook. 30530030OOOOOOOOOOOO IllEY AND NERO, g 33j30a03OO0O3OO3OOO.'5 1 1; hero s name was Doinbey. Nobody at the old farm house had ever dreamed of niakiug 11 household pet of a little black pig, but before tbey began to think about the odd ity of the nudertak- Ll been accomplishe...

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. — 14 June 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS": Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 14, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVKKTUUNU HATKM. Por nmre of linos S time $ SO. Vr mjunre enc'h Milwemmnt ttiMertton .... fi. All uilvcrllsnmnitM lUMerteri for Ion thuu three months oeitred by the Hqunre. 3 iiiiei (liiuw. I yr. Ontvfourlh ouluiiin K.(K1. Ji I NK finp-hnlf cmlumn .. 4o.ti. rm.io. One Column Il'.l'i, M.ui. 7li.. i..iiiiuk iiini-i LtTti mr irm mull 91 I'rofrHKlouul CunN oue yeiir VVOUU) LIKE COUNTRY LIFE. (A youth of a Fulton county city pines for the country In earnestness sub lime. I would free from the city's rules and laws, From its fashions and forms cut loose; And go whore the strawberry throws on the straw,' And the ' gooseberry grows on the goose. Where the catnip tree Is climbed by the cat, As she clutches for her prey The guileless and unsuspecting rat, On the rattan bush, at lay. I will catch at ease the saffron cow And the cowlet in...

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. — 14 June 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Cdinin' s.iio.ivi.i .Must Act. Stiitc ! :rtv ......i.iMMlil!!.1,"-1 ;lry t niii iti isskukts :i (loc'hl.vl 1(1 hi'.:,'!:! ii'l coiii.ly iniiiii'!"'"" - " " ", ; .in ply ; ,-iL.i Ins n'.''.i..jsii 1o a- i'liViv-1 Id i'..'l'fi'l: mi I, n;j J ,Hinl, (ii'u1 wo. (''!' tlioso fi'uilty of cuishi;? ll. hiiniinjr of timber latnls. Deputy Attorney (jloucnil Klkin advises .Dr. llntlirock Unit llio cmiinissi .n-M's who disregard l,is niui'st aro guilty of a mis di'iiieui'.'.r and that it is tho duty of the district attorney to proso t.utc llie olVendiiifr ofticinls upon inform itioii i'aniislied.by the I'o.' ,.4ry commissioners, or his ilients. "Ia view n the importance of lhisiiiestion," says Mr. Fleet, in an opinion on this subject to Dr. Ivnthnic!:, "and the wisdom the legislature, lias exercised hi ssintf those, various acts to at 1 f,.ril n complete system for the detection and punishment of all persons, who in any way set lire tutlie timber lands of tin; state, I auin ...

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. — 14 June 1900

1 rtr, i , rns ElS!T& I New York City (Special i.-The ills ,lliiyof dainty, pxpcnaivp tlilnRH for Hip Well Is bo lrreslKHIilo this season Hint they set-m to hp n poult Ivp ncccHMlly PAINTY TIIINOH FOR THE NECK. an nu ni'CPHsory of every well ivru lati'd out tit. Added to nil the Hinaller fuucles in neckwear lire the nVhux tierthiiH of pxihiimIvi lure, the little IM'lerlneg with Iouk cikIm mid the most charming Hlk scarfs with applique luce on the ends. The pretty fichu, showu In the Ulutd ration, which Is repro duced from the New York Sun. In intide of cream mouxscllnc de Hole, trimmed with black Chnntllly lace nl terunted with Kroups of tucks. An other Ochtl, very stylish. Is made of MODEI.tt OF WASH TAILOJl flOWXS SELECTED FROM A HECEN'T IMPORTATION'. chiffon In gathered frills separated by row of lace. Insertion run with bebe ribbon. This Is made on a shaped foundation of the chiffon fitting the rihoulders carefully. There are cape collars of Venetian and Ueualssauce lace; al...

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