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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 July 1900

V -A LOAD 0F HAY. : thr itiwt to-day, trrn sweet "fin through the open fr i. over the street. H?T?m back, o'er the dusty i.'. s-h'il and jar, ami the shady rk(ilininilfr. hot in the meadow lot, ;,,. emr-rnhl pljimes, ..,,1 it 4 li hps fa r. rln of clever blnnma. f lh shining- blade ,..,.1 elcamed in the llri" " witli the kf who t nidged wliou U " done. The ting-a-ling of the cowbell'i ring, When the shadowy twilight falls, While I stand and wait bv the pasture gate As the wliippooiwill loudly calls ; The cows come Immu through the shady lane, Hrindlr. and Hchs, and Nell, With their comrade all tii.ircliitig slowly on To the sound of the tinkling hell. A load of hay in the street today. And a scent of clover bloom; A fragrance sweet floats up from the street, Through my dim and dusty room. And the musty volumes of legal lore, The tiresome tiriefs nnd hills. For a moment are gone, and a care free boy Still sports on his homestead hills. ' Florence M. Hough. BUSINESS AFFAIR. By J. Howa...

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 July 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. PbCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 5. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AI.VKHTIHINO HAT KM. lVr Wiinri of H IIiii'm S time II Ml. l'ir Mtiiiro eiit'h hhIki'iiui'IiI Int.rtiin . . . , ISO. All nilvertlMPini'iit. tiisfrlffd for lew thim tlw. monthtt uuurKtnl b.v Hie Mijmire. S mo. ftnmx. I yr. One-fourth t'olumu. One-tmlf "iiliiiiin.... One Column . .,IM. I 10.(10. .. . .(. i.t, Num. .. .. 4(Mi. I Nvon, 7r.i). NiiihliiK lniiTlcd for Irtm thun II. l'ror'NKloiml CardH oue year '- LIFE'S FOREST TREES. Ki.i.a Wiikki.rk Wilcox. Tlio day grows brief ; tin afternoon 1h k anting Down to the went; there in no time to Wllnt. If you have any seed of good for planting, You must, you must niukc haste. Not us of old do you enjoy earth's pleasures, The only joys that hist are those we give;) Aeross the grave you cannot take gains, treasures, Hut good and kind deeds live. I would not wait for any great achiev ment, Y...

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. — 5 July 1900

LfON COUNTY NEWS. A BURGLAR STCRY. .Torn T cms now me noooer win i imiicu, irs npo "i.v I'tu-lo Aimer livi-il In I,, o. Ill" lioiisc wiih n Ini'jtfl A. niMMslmi with a wing on onti a liirpp plnzan nmiiliiu Mm t loniltli. window opi-nlnn jnoin nml ri'firlilnir to tin Hour, ,n lln' Urst floor nlopt niiiitlt-unil , tlio l'I Jii'lntc J"t opposllc tlui flnilnw " n ,'w 'l',', tins . failliif! I"'" tlio in :i l n portion or Mi'. ,oeslii KIkIc wiih nliout 12 yi-nis nil one nlt-'lit she lu-iinl noun- one .,, to open Die liliHtalrs liull u ln jilio knew It iviis lier duty to ,,n her father, but to do this ulie I have to puss this very window ,,, iiuiilliifr. Kvfi-y inliuile i-oiint-trillion! wiilllut? to tlilnk of the tp great dimmer, sUi- tiouiided out ,1 mid down the Htalin, mid ns wi the Freurh window by her :i hod she ill.stliirtly heard some tine lo open the blind. Mil the foot of the bed to the . nfde tdie fairly (lew, it ml wil lier father with n whisper ini.kly told 111 in nil. lie bo...

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 July 1900

1 " s DAINTINESS IN NECKWEAR. Are Collart, oirli and Hoaa Tlmt voiitei. There never were no inaiiy pretty nddltles ji ml bewitching novelties in neckwear its this summer; ko much o Hint. there Im a iK'wlhlormeiil, If not nil embarrassment, of riches. Olio rnunot go fur astray to "tho fashion" when practically everything Is fash ionable. Thprp I olio mode, liowpvor. of tlrosslng flic neck that Is distinctly out of date, mill tlmt Is tlip high starched collar. For this mercy iniiiiy women are truly tliniikfiil, as tin ftiHlilon never wus pretty, comfortable or Incoming. yet those who disliked It were obliged to submit to Its tyrnnny or to lie out of the world. Thin season fulness reigns. I.nco nnd chltTon nre t lie approved mnterliilM, mill nre put together mo exquisitely tlmt they nre n Joy to Im'IioIiI, in addition to permit ting nt leant us much comfort as the weather nllows. One charming example Is composed of tucked tulle, mounted on n frame sf extremely tine white silk wire. Thi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 July 1900

0DR.TALMAGE. )KT KIVINK'S SIMM1 ' D1SCOVK8K. r)i Nimola at CanaLcunn of i"" ... h Wator Into Wins Clirl.t hrt thh ' - .. . , f lher With Our Own OrlafS CoijrlKlitlmsi. 1). -A .... ..vi.t.. I TON ' mm i""" nf' the iiliiqi'ity of Knglisli :rn n', i. Imish.-1 l.v the re- r'l.'.lmve reached Dr. TnlinuRO in Ul "... lr n aprmnn ill nllt-oi- BI, ... hi; (lid not expect to Pile person w li" could understand 'w n here, he presents rclimon ' ;,; mid invite all the world to m ' anil inin in it holy merri- ""' i..i. ii. 10. "Thou hast kent K;e until now; rr"""!!i.: tmnnle hariiiK nledued each hand si" I11''- "n" tneil' '"ends "' mine in '"r congratulation. The i the le bet-mine there in no pre 4 In eiich other they iind all the TihK want. J he dmsy in the cup Z ubie may mean a iniieh a a score .... .;.ilandi trrsli from the hot- I Whea a iltiiiKlitor goes oft from M' . I..., lint a ulain fntlnr'H .r ii nlnm mother B love, she in Fj k much H tliniiK.li rIio were a prin li wrmi hard, after the pa...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 July 1900

Kend Ilostcttcr ad thin wrek. lVorloss Horse and Cattle l'owdcr at KobinHdii'H. 10 cts pur lb. Mr. James L. Luke, of lielfu-it, Hpcut Tuesday In McCoinK'llnbiiiy. . Mr. S. F. Hoopers, of IIiiHtnntown, npont last Friday at MoConiiollsburtf- Mr. Ed Kel.nier, a member of the class of l!H)l at the C. V. S. N. S. is home for vacation. There will be Divine services In the Keformed church next Sunday, both morn li(? and evening. For Are crackers that crack to C. C. Bender's. A full supply of cannon crackers, rockets, wheels, &c. A gv baby came to bless tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlshong of Ayr township last Sunday a week. George W. Wagner, Vein., of Tod is erecting a fine stablo for George Uegl. George goes in for, having things done well. Nogcrx.theChambersburgphotogru pher, will be at Malloy's Gallery ull of the week l)eglnnlng July !lth. Dont forgot the date. After having been conllned to her room for several weeks, suffering from a general indisposition, Mrs. C. B. Stevens was ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 July 1900

V elk OLUME 1. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. AcCONNLLLSBUkG, HA., July 12, 1900. NUMBER 43. A GALA DAY IX KICK VAI.I.F.Y. Ends From the Reporter's! S(,m iirior tho sun 1,ild -cked Note BOOk. ! J'1";".'"''" homo,Mcop1eassom, I bled in the grove near Lashley to 15. Mellott, one of Hoi-1 eolobrato tho natal day of our rev t.miiship's progressive fami ly a limekiln ready for tho lis M. C. Steward and Joseph ,i,,D si i cad may oach got a ,,rby calling at the McCon JiurfT postoffice. ir friend George Burtsfield l,iipi'iisburfr, is spending a jiivs anions his old-time as- itl'S lll'l'C f.Oui'tliwaito who has boon ulirifT sovornl months iu Bal ,ri will roturn to his practice IVbsUT Mills, July 1!th. Up is return, ho will bo visited his sister, Mrs. William II. ,, vlio has been in Colorado pist two years. .distressing accidoutoccurrod the cemetery at tin; M. K. nil in I !uek Valley last Nun iftei'iinou. Just as tho pall vrs were about to lower into irnive tho casket containing remains of Mrs. lioboe...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 July 1900

THE NEWS. President Shaffer of the Amalgamat ed Association of Iron and Steel Workers, has issued circulars to lodges asking that the m ale committee bo pin powered to chaiifrc tho bane of tho scale . adofitod at tlio Indianapolis convention. Anato Mariano to show IiIh thnnks to the Virgin Mary for Ills rerovery from n severe Illness, got a brass hand and a lot of fireworks and had a cele bration. Judge Hubbard, of San Francisco, has decided that the marriage of per sons In Nevada who had been divorced lo California within one year is valid. Mrs. Alice Knight, feeling remorse for having run away from her hus band with a niRn who deserted her, committed suicide In New York. Samuel Appcl, n trusted employee of RoBensteln A Khoads, in Lancaster, Pa., was convicted on the charge of robbing his employers. Sixteen hundred men have beeu thrown out of employment, by the banking of fire furnaces of the Lacka wanna Iron and Steel Company. Much damage was done on Black wells Island by the stor...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 July 1900

V TAKE HEART. I .Inini" have swept wrath "l"mV:! ' liear thv Part. , pin; on follows I.v til.' calm, . bv ail" nt balm, ''"Ir. III"'''' sllll-bright ' 'hl 1 , l,.'.-r thw on tliv way. :M -till -itij" ti. ; "until tli.v "'"" Perchance limn many lime h:it hilled, Sonic wenknc over tin1' prevailed. And thou hast faltered in the strife And sadly rued thv hliiriited life: Though great thv grief mid keen thy O weary one, take heart again. pain Dwell not upon thy inntirnfnl past. AriBC. nml tor the right stand bit: Be nti'oiiK and nrave, fold not thy hands, Kor thee ntill tiow lit'e's tfnhh'ti saint: To better tin ti kh mvect voice cull And (hid in love ru1tn over all. John Allen Guilford, in llo.toii J ransi ri t. ft THE PRAIRIE COUNTRY. By Bertha (Jerncaux Woods. I. .fif'r. ; -.-r ?r V i i v "tr v rr vf .t -r -r i-j t i-r --i t J " i the n dry. innK " "": L The south wln.l blowing hat. liTllutliiK persistency ' the liliil' ru'A clouds of m, alnioHt hhl th.! view from In at Hi'1 window "r...

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

MR- FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 12, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVKKTMINU RATKM. Per nqtini'C of 8 Hmps 8 times II Ml. Vvr Hqimrp pui'h Hulweinient. InmTtloii..., .V). All ftdvertlMmentu lniM-tMl for Ick Ihun three mouths ceurxetl by the Kquure. 8 mo. I timoN. 1 yr. 7iS. w. Tfcs i.o.T ttvuio. . aruo.l 40.u1. mi.iki, , 40.00. I AMU). 7IS.00. Ono-fourth Kolmiiu One-hulf column One Column Nothing Inserted for lens thun t. Professional Clinls one ,veurf. HIS NEW KROTIIF.K. Say, I've got a little brother Nrvrr teased to have him, nuthcr Hut he's here; They just went ahead and bought hiin, Wasn't that queer? When T heard the news from Molly, Why, I thought at first 'twas jolly 'Cause, you see, I s'posed I could go and gut him And then mamu, course, would let him Play with me. But when I had once looked at him, "Why!" I says, "My sakos, is that him? .his' that mite!" They said "Yes" und "'Ain't...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 July 1900

ft" iLTON COUNTY NliWS. GREATE3T OF PRISONS. Ag0 It Held Thousands of Con ' vlcts. r ti. HOiitliwt'st coiner of tin! 'liiiiit of Aiixlnilla iii'xth'H tho llttV ,( tlltt'H ,,f l''i''"m,',,i '""1 I'n'f , Imck of HiHTouiiiU'd ly hiiiiiI ' n, iniilh".' (mtuIi, in a fimious puivlit prison tin- Ini'Ki'Ht pi'iuil initio" I" l'1'' vvotIiI. Ami jot coni ilivcl.v fow l'olk', oven In Aus u, know of IIH oxlsti'iico. WcNlcin lnllin, tin' uivixioii m which i n- lii'H. wiih tin; niwt crown colony AiiKtrilliialllU group, mill it wiim ptll twenty-live yoiirn iik'o tlmt rtcii'ly of 'ouvlct k1iI)s , to touch Its HhorcM. jlloliiiiy Ihiy. nt'iir Sydney, on tliu . f,msl, lind heeu Itrlliiln'H prlucl coii vU-t Kcttlcinent for nearly hull' .i-ntury, I lit i ne. rupm growl n or i Sniitli ''" and the force of li(Miiliiloii turned the place with jrlni bistory from a living hell to tin' most beautiful little Mill l9,.liis on the continent. It was 3 tlmt tin' town of l''reinnntle lie to llll HP riipldly, necess...

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. — 12 July 1900

FADS IN JEWELRY. Vina Mnr II n Worn end Fsrrlnn Are Agnlu In Sijle. Kngllsh jewelers lire making a spe cialty of sporting mid military designs In Jewelry for both women ntirt men, mid the fashion has It m follower here. One nmy get dainty horseshoes of dia monds, tiimt itiLC horns of gold, running foxes of gold nml Jewels, hounds, hares, hlllilliu whips, golf clubs Willi pearl nulls mill rililion Iiown In KoM. pheasants, partridge iiml , almost everything else suggestive of one' f vorlte pastime, even to the trout enam elled In nnturiil colors, or the percu, Niilmon or pike. Swords, daggers, tiny i-miiiioii iiml revolver itrp. worn by ninny young women ns souvenirs of In-other or lover In South Al'rlcii or the Milllppluc. The "constancy bracelet," which Is locked on the arm of one while the other keeps the key, has never none wholly out of fashion since Its intro duction, noliody knows how long ago, and Is having a renewed vogue In all Its print itic ugliness. Some. designs are grac...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 July 1900

V V liJALMAQE. KT LI VINES H'kDAI .,, sbtIiH Omr BallRliin I prlnrll'l" Which Wnrka ".' for WoMtro of llo.ly '.Inn'l Soiil-Hnp for Mlnnm. " CWTri(rl'lWHi.l ,,v I). Ii-. Tiilniimr It. '' in Norway, wliei'ii I,c lm ""Jifrfitpil i" tlie imtural nlie V,,f niwiiil ""fi'il l'f'1 ' liat hid tl'1" ",','m"" nr n lo tin opinion of ninny, , hp ui tive principle wliirli for tli welfare of limly ''j nl. Hi" ,p!!t 1'"? xiv, , a iliotionnry of tlio finrst ' rnii'lov nmt living rreat- nil mill'1 n'"' 'liVF nll'l "' Liium! inttlc; nmong tree, ' irrpbintlm hiiiI pomr-grnn-.,, and applrt; mihiiik i'W- Christ uses no stale n. i;iia that lip tiltit'ka in are ilf wy t'reHli : tlio raven ,trts me not stuffed specimens jiarm with i i t from wing tip . il. lie point" to are not ir cill"- tlmnuli loii(t 'ap ,siiirni in Hie "el net just. , n i lit Im'ih Ii of lilcria. In n il i tl' peroration of one of . Hi- pirk" "P crystal and ,. n riiiiui'X"tion iih an illus , vl1,c kfini'e in Hie heart when ti ivr all lai...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 12 July 1900

Head IIoHtettor nil thUweek. I'eerle.H Horse, and Cattle l'owilcr at UoIiIiisou'h. lOels per lb. Mr. Jlel T. Mellott eame in after a now mower Monday. Thnt liim-h dreaded period "doff dayiO' hpjfan Its course Wednesday, July 11th. Itev. W. A. West will pieaeh at Oreen Hill next Sunday morning at half past ten. Feltless Collar Pads .'10 and 4.V. I'nwhlde whips from rap to snap 2"c. at 1. r. Mann's. Frlck Manfg. Co. Is shipping num bers of its now threshing machines and will send out about li" as the result of this season's work. Fredrick F. linger, Morcersburg, has been appointed a clerk in the railway mail service. Tie will likely run from New York to Pittsburg. Dr. West will preach at the home of Mr. James G. Lyon at West Dublin next Saturday evening, July 14, at half past seven o'clock. David F. M. McDonald, Mercers burg was stricken with paralysis last Friday morning and his condition was reported as being serious. It will save you a trip to Chambers bnrg if you go up to Malloy's...

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

Ma McCONNEI.LSBURG, I'A., July 19, 1xx. NUM13ER 44. jtii or jmus. i i.iA noivi: fast Unhand 11 Victim if the ChnKirii I riamio of I N3;l. scvkviiI months of illness, ,;iiza Ann Hoko died at her 'iin noplace at an early hour Saturday morning, July 14, i,s. Ilnl'. " daughter of .lnlin came along. II.,. went out to the JAMLS l.LLISON DOWNKS. fence tu inquire about the sick. I In answer to his inquiry the Doc-J Mi. .James JO. Downes died tor placed his luutd on his stom- j suddenly at Ids home iu lliis arli and with a look of distress : place Monday afternoon, .) idy Id, ' 1 1 inn 1 1:.. r 1 .. .1. inn l unt'i ill MMm jiiid.: S teach, was horn at i.. 1.1: Jl KUII, I'J.lllKiiu iwuoi.v, lmr ir, 1 1m''-". 3!;im1 71. years, il months, ami .t.ii.ry it, Ml, she was u li marriage with Mr. Ceo. .Viwiodied August 11, Is'.;'. I,,,,,! wore horn livo children mh, Sarah Ann, Samuel, ,, ami Mary Ellon, the last ,H1 being the wife of Dauiol L. .singer, and the only one yet illieJSIstof May, ls.i, she ...

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

7 THE NEWS. I'rescott, (lie. the The business section of Arizona, wga destroyed hy losses being estimated at one million (lollarH, and the Insurance at less than one-half that amount. Luther H. Huiley, of a Now York brokerage firm which was connected with the dlHcretlonary pool business, was expelled from the Consolidated Block Exchange. Charles A. Towne, late People's par ty nominee for Vice-President, spoke at a Democratic ratification meeting In Colorado Springs, Col. A committee In New York asked Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Reed to join a third party, to be composed of Gold Demo crats and Anti-Expansion Republicans. A number of the guests at the launch ing of the steamer American at Chester, Pa., were thrown Into the river by the breaking of a plank. All were saved. The coroner's Jury In Tacoma, Wash., held the electric railway company to blame for the Fourth of July disaster, In which many lives were lost. - Rev. T. H. James, a preacher, of Sa llna, Kan., who went to England to look ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 July 1900

fork Clt.v.-Kct unit while ''Lirfery with edging nnil In- L mntoU tiro the materials h t mctlvn nml llnlntr L4 1(1 tnis " $S ElS)ITSj Op pSH!ON. IDAISTV L1TTLK FKOCK. The full body Is arranged jidi lluinu's. which close In ."tack, tlx upper portions of ire covered with the cmbrold rounit yoke depth. The pretty .((unique shaping Is mnde of 'tflawn. to match the sleeves, .ndpesare handsomely trimmed ...,rti,m nnd eclirlliir. This llll- ... lw. omitted, nnd the wnlst L with the berthn In gultnpe Tie lining muy he used witu File Mke a Ulove. It fits like it glove, the pretty lin'i'.. Hleevo of Hhlrred inntissclliic of cream, or white sheer mnterlnl. Thin half sleeve Is Khlrred closely, hut Is of ft mnterlnl so soft nnd fine that It does not Increase the size of the imn per ceptibly. This has not nny simps or bunds to vnry Its length, except the cnfT bund nnderneuth. This Is n pretty siicnth-llke arrangement. The shirring prevents the moussellne from looking skimpy, although It is close ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 July 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Feck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, FA. Thursday, July 19, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVKHTIMINO XATKR. Ipr MunrK of K line time f no. ltr Htimro eue.h Htitmeijuent Insertion .... to. All udviTtlMi'nientx ItiM-rlcd for vmh thuu three diodUik erried by the wiunre. Jt IIII1X. tllllOM. . .flli.m. I f-.H HO.j . . '."Mm. 4lUl. .. tool. rMi. I .vr. i:ul. TiO.IIO. 7.MHI. Onn-roiirth ooluniu... (nthiiir eoluinii One Column Nolhlui! UiBertiMl for Uwn thiin It, 1'rofeHMiotml CurtlH one yenrlA. Tin: old spkim;. A path that loud from thekitchetHloor, Through a little garden plot, Down past the cherry anil apple trees That grew in the pasture lot, Thenee on through a beeehen avenue Till you hear the waters trill Upon the pebbles and over the stones My tho old spring under the hill! The old spring under the hill Is cool, With blotches and rifts of sun; Tts air Is as grateful and fresh and sweet As the air of a summer dawn. The...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 July 1900

FULTON COUNTY NI-WS. plSCIIMJ'lbllljTAN) LIFE. sERMON BY REV. A. C. DIXON, OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. l Believe the Bible Can Stand Every fed of Honest Criticism It Can Take Care of Itself, It Needs No De fenders. Text: "Then snld Jesus to tlioso Jvwh wlio lit'lli'vccl on 1J tin. If yi! con ilniit' 1 J'' woril, lire My ilisclili'S 1; mill yu shall know the truth, jml ilir Irulh shiill iiuiko you five." j,,,,,, vlll., :ti. -i-i. The lii'iirl-lhoUKht of the text Is (llscl ii'nhl). I""1 tlt'on lil this ccliler fluster It linsls. Its test, Its fruit, mill Us clui'.v. ,1.11110 IIASIS UK IIS'll'l,KSIIIl It Is faith lu Christ, ".lesus sniil to tlM .lews who lielievej on him." It li not til Mil I" i) ereeil, UiimikIi every v-nnl I" It limy I"' 'rue. It Is not fnilli ;n ii church, tlmitKli It lie the church fmiiidV'l hy Christ Himself. It Is not fnitli In tin ordinance, though estnh lislieil h)" the Lord. It Is not faith oven In n hook, though every word of It In' Inspired. It Is faith in a l'erson ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 19 July 1900

1 Jc Water f or a Crnu of Corn. About awto toils of water per acre Is Die estimate for a crop of corn. Kuril n weight of water would crush m strong building, find yet more t tin u Hint quantity falls upon nn acre In the course of a year. It In not so dlfhYult to obtain the witter n to prevent IN Ion. It Ia known that If n titlt of wa ter is covered less evnporntlon occurs. If the land I cultivated frequently the loose dirt on flip surface prevents eva poration, nnd the witter I retained In the soli for the tine of the plnnls. I.arel Cultivation Pur Hoed ;rote. Level cultivation for hoed crops Ih winning new advocate every year, especially In corn crop, wheu grown mi well drained land. Level cultiva tion lino many thin to recommend It. It enable you to destroy the weeds close to the plants with Ki'eater facil ity and with less labor. It makes gathering the crop much easier and less strain and Jar on the machinery. The greulesl advantiiKe of nil Is leaving the laud so level for the ne...

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