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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 October 1899

r; OLUME 1. ' (IIATFIKI.I ItAII.EY. very' pretty wedding took Hn Oakley Methodist Epis l church in Thompson town r, at 9:'M o'clock Wednesday Hug, 25th iust. Se contracting parties to the iuge were Mr. II. Willard k-ld, of Utica, N. Y and Miss tie S. Uailey, of tJovalt, Pa. bride is the youngest daugh f the lute .lohuT. Ilailey, and erly one of Fulton county's successful teachers, its ceremony was conducted ae bride's pastor, Kev. 0. M. " of Hancock, Md. Loheu . Bridal March, from Wagner, (Tendered by Miss Auna II. It. The attendants were M. Etta G raves and Mr. W. eck. The bride was very Hily attired iu n gown of cream trimmed with lace and rib- ! Mr. Hatfield wore the con 'ional black. Immediately ', the ceremony they returned 'jr home. The bride then ap ed in a pretty traveling suit, they started to Hancock, re they took the 10:iJ0 train. T will go to Washington, D. C, lmore,Philudelphia,NewYork Brooklyn. The bride has y friends here who join in ex ing congratulations and well id...

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. — 26 October 1899

THE NEWS, The Central Brick Company of FltUbor. Ia bmo incorporated to rlitt-r tbe market arnlnsl tha Elkius-Wldeuer combination, tu All, uy couuty, I'u. Walk I expected toon to begin on thl ru-Ainerlru llallrrmd, fiinoInK from tbo City 01 Mexico tn points la Texas. The Goodrich Iron Mine, near Ishpemlng, Mich., bun been told to the Oliver Mining Com puny, which represent the mining ln tU ot the Curnsgla Company. Tbe uilue has been Idle lur 20 yenm. Tbe l'eurla (I.I.) Gluoos Work have floied iltivn, owing to a strike of tbe flr men, aud HOO meu are Idle. The strikers di Mended nn eight-hour dity and J2 pny. Unless oerlaiu grlevauce among the Na tional Tlnplnt Workers bu speedllv ad justed, there la a likuntiood that 25,100 mm Will go ou strike. Mia. Todd, the leper whom It n sought to tend to Hawaii, will remain In Sau Frim claco. Tuesouooner Two Forty waa run down and sunk lu Boston harbor by the steamer Ardandhu. Four live at least were Ins!. Five meu t serious y Injured and one w...

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. — 26 October 1899

LOVE'S TYRANNY. fci.y rny! Pcnrin four month yet fn's thorny pnth thon'st trod; Jvet toy, a soothing bnlm t brenklnff hearts, from God. int and awful trickster thou on dost outwit tho clock; et hni flown thy plaintive monn mid more the llrmeat rock. not mode of such storn ituff, A iO I im thy slave; nlnit within thy nursery bower, .BBteof Ufa I e'rnvo. My mind doth wnndnr baek to tnlio X peep nt social thing Tim plnys nd tin, with music sweot They nil havo taken wing. I esnnot follow now, for thou Pont hid mo slay with thee; I put nsldo my longing thoughts And murmur wearily. But linrk, thou wnkestl Tiny nrms Are strotohnd for mo to take; Thy who pink linger touoh my lips My chuln I would not break. her 'his landlord: 1 v A s A s s S , A AA A s "Mrs. Ljrns will give ns some lea, I have do doubt," be said, quieting tUe dogs with a word. The hour that followed was one of the happiest he had ever known. And the walk book to Mrs. Dolan's in the cool evening, with the un sending long sha...

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 October 1899

n . J. t f ULJON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. .McCQNNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday Oct. 26, 18W. published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ANOTHER LETTER FROM CHAS. HENRY WISSNER. His "Impressions of Manila and its Surroundings. Prompt attention will be given to applications fur ad -yertisimr rates. Job Printing of every dejr vcriptionexecuted.with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner jind at consistent prices. RALPH PATTERSON OFF FOR MANILA. His Regiment Fully Recruited and Equipped in Fiye Weeks. Foiy weeks ago Ralph Patter son, son of Thomas Patterson of this pliico, enlisted in the United states Army service and was sent at once, to Jefferson Bar racks, Missouri. He was placed in company M., Thirty-eighth U. S. infantry, and has been drilling eight or nine hours a day since. Ralph says he likes soldier life very much, and the vigorous drill ing that he gets every day only serves to give him an appetite. A very important part of a young soldier's educat...

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. — 26 October 1899

ffiuLTON COUNTY NEWS. AT THE DOOR. f BY KUCil.NK FIKI.I). J 'ihonglit m.vself Indeed socure, Bo faHt the door, ho linn tlm lcx:lc, it Vo! he toddling comes ti lur My parent ear with Uinoroua knock. r, ml timoi-oun, baby knocking, and, !,' vpiome let nie in; it's only nie." "' lirtiv ft.'ide the uulliiUlied book, RejfardiOss of its tempering clianns id, opening wide the door, I took My laughing durliug in my iirnn. ' jio knows but in eternity t, like a t run tit chllJ, -,1m U wuit ,i ie glories of u life to be, , Beyond the heavenly Futher's gate! 1,1 id will that heavenly father heud " The truant Kupplioutiii-j ciy, I at the outer jf:iti I ilead, ; ""Tisi I, O Father! only IV THE SWEET BY AND It Y. There are perhaps but fewjver im iu all of Christendom who " ,ve uot heard this popular hymn , the sweet by and by. The an l! or of the inspiring words is Dr. Fillmore 1'enuett, who was ing at the time he composed e words, at Elkhart, Wisconsin. l September, HMl, the Doctor vis livinir at...

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 October 1899

I AGRICULTURAL. Ji A Mood KorMRn Crop. Dwarl Essex rape in a good forago crop for boof cattle, but in hardly ile nirable for milch cows, as it in Habltj lo taiut the milk. It is primarily a forago crop for sheep and hogs. It would be better to plant corn for cow or now millet or dome kind of small grain like oats or rye, providing me droughty season comes early in the summer. If it comes lute in the fall, corn planted early will give nil the greeu food needed for tko dairy onimals. lloir to Maki Alls Clrxrma. A very good axle grease is mado by mixing 1 gallon of petroleum, 4 ounces of tallow, 1 ounces of palm oil, d onuces of plumbago and 1 ounce of Modu. Heat to 181) degrees Fahren heit for an hour or more and then cool. Auother axle grease is made by Honing 4 gallons of wator with 4 pound of Scotch soda and a 10-pouud mixture of palm bil and tallow in any proportion which wiU make the grease of the desired hardness. Heat to boiling and then stir until the mixture is cooled down to...

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 October 1899

- Kave.tho Nlekrla. km fivmg, comes imviug. A ok urooftr now you can save 10c yoptitisr 5o. He oaa tell you iow yon caa get one large lOo kgc of "Red Cross" staroh, one rs. lOo package ot "linuinger'a ;f nUrnh, with the premiums, two tifnl Shakespeare panels, printed ivelve beautiful colors, or one '' ttietb Century Girl Calendar, all t. Ask your grocer for this starch 1 )blain these beautiful Christmas vints free. .v I V. Knowlcs. vice-president of the " of Tepeku, was iiiurterniii8ter nn . (ut'rt ship, und miulu tho Hug tlmt pen given to Dewey, Ttnvf Art Tour Klrtntya ff fobM'SparnBu Pills cure Hi I kldmy IJ, Pnav t. Add. aicrlliiif Kcinudy Co-.CUIchko or N. if. I'f'Pur-nMM (if Hamilton enrca lltthi for ; f, unending most of hrr tlmn hiiullmr. ' j is ah III Wind ; if BI&ws Nobody Good. ' ' at small ache or pain or weakness is 1 'M wind" thai directs your attention I necessity of purifying your blood by g Hood" s Sarsaparilla. Then your 't body receives good, for the purified g...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 26 October 1899

Additional Local. GoltliiKh the Tailor. MUlerVVashinjfMachinosatMallo.v'H. The pension of Alfred Urown, of C'k'ar Ultimo, has lnvn Increased from fourteen to thirty dollars a month. Irwjn In Bcllintf lamps, jjlaHKwnre nod china dinner seta at h pec i ill low rates. A letter from N. II. Vev states that Jie upd Ms family are much pleased with WilkliiHbnrjf, the.lr new home. Mrs". Peek's health has hern tntch bet ter since they moved. TJn;re is a great dctnjuid or ear)eiiters und bricklay ers, as there urn many houses being erected this summer mostly good ones. It is a temperance town no sa loons. Norwood Sewing Machines for eigh teen dollars at Irwin's'. The family of the Kditqr are under obligatiins to Mrs. W. II. l'aylor of Ay,r tdwnshlp for a basketful of delic ious pear. Paragon and Standard notary Sew ing Machines at Irwin's. Hest ma chines made. Sold for .cash or month ly payments. Some miscreant or .miscreants, en tered, the wood house of M. 11. ShalT ner, Ksq., lat Friday nigh...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 November 1899

C0 twi: ILUME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEMBER 2, 1899. NUMBER 7. mat LSLIUH LY MIXED. jf Version of the Story. Sn old saying that a story nev-Biiji-hhiK hy heing retold, and osr? observer bus noticed that I put Into circulation does not far sway until It loses Its , even to lis author. A most ku perversion of real facts came tioiiee a few days ago through tf lH i t Johnston, State editor of Umblphiu Times, who sent us lowing clipping from the New i JPorhl of the lltth ultimo. The K reads. ftinan Truax, a farmer living IcConuellsburg, Fulton county, -pig stolen last spring. This r he accused a neighbor farmer, ..w H. M allot, of having stolen brought suit against him for . (hie day he looked in Mai lt? sty, although the oeeu- lnrere"n,ll grown porkws, Truax 1 out One he declared was his. fee was tried on Wednesday and t brought into court. Truax was (to clearly identify it, failing to Hnv marks" that would prove it flic Jitfue instructed the jury to n a verdict of not guilty. The Iv...

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. — 2 November 1899

THE NEWS. Henry Prltebard, captain of an oyster ehooner, lie M the Emergency Hospital, Waahington, seriously wounded by it netro wbo robbed blm while bo wai lying off Bay Breere, on lb Potomac. The Civil Bervlo Commission decided thai tb mailing of circulars lo offlleeholdert king for political contributions la contrary o law. Three New York reglmtnts and a large amber of military officers eecorted the re name of Oenernl Ony V. Henry from bis residence In New York to the Pennsylvania Uellroad train that conveyed the body to Washington. K. W. Weber, of Pbllndelphla, on being ooldsd l y bis wife, who found a lady's photograph In bis pocket, committed suicide. lire. Anna B. Mains was acquitted Id Dan fcury, Mm., of tbe charge of throwing car bolic acid Into Miss Grace Murray's lace. ; In Albemarle, Ye., Wllllem Floyd wai tabbed and killed by Henry Aldrldge In a row over a game of cards. , George Btrnaser was released from the penitentiary In Pittsburg alter solving seven years of a lif...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 November 1899

A PLEA FOR THE BIRDS. . . . T L ' J Vf ALFIlT.n A.USTIB, mm .:.' heavenward note, , -,lt i- it -vet the dnjr, , , 0L n: white gulU wheel and Bp I isi jL tf'nht blue buy, oi flicker round the rose, 'fi per k.r alight "'"wli'-io tlm woodbine blows, n oat of sight. Mnntli.ir sight I saw, "'diimnve, crimson streak, nl wing, the orlppled olaw, filjriAt nod drooping beak; I l tliln fraroiJ, creature fair, U"W eigur now unoll to deot their hntr, irjlmont tliolr brow. Leu reato of England. O, tender maiden, trustful wlfo, Nurtured In bliss and eie, The selfsame hoaven that lent yau life, Onve life no less to these. And whnn, 'mid wintry frost and rlmo To Yule-log hoartti you ollng, Remember, In the tweet springtime, ', Tbe birds agnin will ling. Thny with tlielr I aye your love will thank, It you will only apnre. And once again to willowy bank Tbo kingfisher repair. O, let the tern complete tho Host . ti tenderness bawnn, ' And oriole plume and" egret crot, Uleam, sacred, In tho lunl New Yo...

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. — 2 November 1899

y' FULTON COUNTY NEWS, Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 2, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad- vertisin rates. Job Printing: of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. THE DAYS GONE BY. J,MKH WHITCOMI1 KILEY. Q, the days (jone by! O, the days gone by The apple In the orchard and the path way through lh vyc; 'Tho cblrrii) of the robin and.the whist- ,le of the quail, Ai he piped ucroK.s tlve jntjadow Bweet . as any nightingale; When the bloom .Is on the clover, and the blue was In the sky, And my .happy heart brimmed ov,r In the days gone by. In the days gone by, whe.n my naked feet were tripped By the honeysuckle's tangles where .the water lilies dipped .And the ripples of the river lipped the moss along the brink, Where the placid-eyed and lazy-footed .cattle come to drink, And the tittering snipe ntood fearles...

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. — 2 November 1899

ION COUNTY NEWS. J J.',tl S. OLD FRIENDS, OLD LOVE. HV FX'OKNK FIELD. nro no day like the good old Bnyn May whpn we wore youthful! Wmanklnd were pure of mind fS).t:h and dwds wore truthful; I a love for Hordld gold imo man's ruling passion, fefore fueh dume and maid be iam ' jes to the tvrnnt faHhlon! re no gh-U like the good old nf,the world I'd stake 'em! fom and smart and clean of t lenrt U Lord knew how to make 'em! 'fy rv rich In spirit and common vij)li-ty all supporting ijDiilil bake and brew, and had ( JBiitrl't school, too, they niade the likeliest courtin'! w re no boys like the good old Ky In we. were boys together! ' the .grass was sweet to the brown '' MMie feet Kfcliuiplt'd the laughing heather; 1 tl pewee sung to the summer jlttWtt j .b in the billowy clover, 'jn by -the mill the whip-poor-will "fd hii night song over. Js no Jove like the good old love ijve that mother gave us!, old, old men, yet we pine again lat precious grace (Jod save s! ? ftrraro and dream of4 th...

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. — 2 November 1899

FARM AND GARDEN. Feed Vont HnriM Properly. Farmer generally do not give the ,'eediug of their horses the attention it deserves. Balanced rations and food mixtures for the dairy cow and the feeding steers are carefully en trained and discussed, bnt the feed ing of the horses is usually all the hay tbat they can eat and varying quantities of oats according to the work being done. Sometimes even the latter part is neglected, If horse is required to do extra bard work he should be liberally and fre quently fed. The amount of food given should be regulated by the size and breed of the animal and by the amount and kind of work he is re quired to do. The horse has small stomach in proportion to his size, hence frequent feeding when under hard work is necessary. The human Stomach can boar hunger far better than that of the horse. If driving on a journey yon feel hungry yon may be sure your horse has felt it before you did and is needing his feed more than you do. Needed on All Farm. Grain s...

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. — 2 November 1899

i . : id In iWnrf . i Endless Clmlo Sturcb .liae of "Red Cross" snd t" stnrob. makes It J"' for only So you lare 10o package large lOo psok. i nviwy. Why, 1 1 l' (tt one Inr ib" Hturch, one :)iin(jnr' Best" March, with the r"i! . ii m.iwo thnkesneure panels, print 'y beautiful colors, or one Twen ty (HW Calendar, embossed lo it -oii r urooer for this starch and J"jrsutlfol ClirlstrEaspreaents free ''ftUwn celebrate the 500th annl " .tho foundation of Its medical fi'L ' diiluwr llutte, Mont., live hundreds c bvn never seen the light of day. U How's This. I jn 1T indred Dollars Hewarrl for tr Cfl'Av-'-D that cannot becurod by t ft ., I'rnns., i menn, i. leu, nave K uiiw u r . . vno- , S.I.M'. BUI " it if, ye art. and believe him nr- K-htM .i all bu.lne.a tran.ar.unns u Mile tn carry out any obligo iB .far iJifrir firm. b-Lx, wholesale Drug-gists, Toledo, IJt urn Martin, Wholesale "l loie-la. Ohio. ' Jri ii tarel. taken Internally, art- ut :vp--n the bl noil and mucous siir ,o;l Fr?nrn...

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. — 2 November 1899

Additional Local. WEST VI KW. SPUING HOUSE VALLEY. (lolilsmlth tho Tailor. Miller Wash InMachlnofi at Malloy'n, Dctobcr mailu a funiouH rwonl for Jiorm-lf for glorious wontlxir. The mijfbty liunlcrs wi out In foroo find umu homo with liiif-slorion. Thflro In i)o nioro unpopular or nn RURCoHful man than tho dminie ailvlct--glver. Football U really an IntalUvtual game. It certainly brings the umler Btunilings Into play. Summer clothes are. being worn lat er this Fall than usual. There ure Several reasons for this. Ladles' coats altered, or anything In qlie line of tailoring neatly done by Goldsmith The tailor Stock sales are unusually numerous and unusually large. Horned cattle are out of sight In prleo. Few people can live without Working, If they don't work themselves they us ually work somebody else. A woman can put on her customary Rlrs when she knows her purse is emp ty, but a man cannot. This Is one in stance of feminine superiority. Forty-two wives scattered through out the wor...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 November 1899

m am A Ml HAS HV VOLUME 1. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEMBER 9, 1899. NUMBER 8. RELIGIOUS NOTES. Tin? next session of the Presbyterian bvtioit; which was In session at Eric, (ill bd held in tin- l'ino Street church, flurriiburg. The State Convention of the Young 'omen's Christian Association lid , i . .i 1 t WHI- Mll'lI'Mi lllSl. nilllllllj I'VVIIIUH iik r. "I- msport, after u most successful ses- l ui, lusting four days. lingular services will be held in the United Presbyterian church on next Sabbath. The pastor, after a rest of jwo weeks from the stmly In the open ir, resumes his regular work with bitch renewed vigor and much appre ciation of the kindness of his people ih the. care for his health ami comfort. Rev, Wm. A West will conduct com Amnion services in the Presbyterian Jhurcti at this place on 'next Sabbath horning at 10:30 o'clock, and at Green fill lit 3 in the afternoon. Prepara i wrvli'es at this place on Saturday fcm nUig at lOiJOo'eloe k, and ut Green feill at :i P. M. i...

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. — 9 November 1899

1 .! i .'i i : 'j f THE NEWS. Admlrnl R. tilcy . while traveling through Virginia towi rd Atlanta, was Riven an m thuslnstlo ovuloii at nil stations, nod at Lynchburg whs ofllelully revolved by the Maor and CI y i ouncil. At Uaiivilie lie was Joined by tun Atlanta committee. Miiny vessels were distressed by the storm oa the Lakes. Tlie ya:hl Cnlipiitn was found ashore, and all on board have probably per ished. Jay H. Worst, of Burwyn, Pa., dashed vitriol Into the fuee of Edward If. Piatt, of Philadelphia, wlio wrote affectionate letters to Mm. WorHt. Adam Keener, of York, who confessed hav ing fired his place for the Insurance money, made restitution to the nompany. tleorge W. r.lrchett, a colored porter, ad mitted stealing O.Oi) I In Kold from thu Adams Express Company In hew York. Two men were killed by the explosion of a Lehlh Valley Kailroud locomotive near Wyulusing, Pn. The girl strikers In the potteries at Eat Liverpool, O., secured an advauce, of il i cents a dny. Nearly eve...

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. — 9 November 1899

MARCH OF MEM. .1,1 Ahat nAv His rain. 7 row, nml the tear, t, . , i .Inpsrted year; i b , I, riltd tonrnt the slfrlis 1 Ji.i t! nik you: would yon bs as wise, ''is h-l k'ful, or hi strong? ,' knu onM Iny the burden clown fliitt 1 own your hnnrt nt whiles, ! fen everythliiBthnt w" frown itin I live life of smiles; I Uinrpv M a chllil sifitln, An tr.. from thoughts of earn "ill.) yon sppesr to other meu tors 'noble or more fnlr? ''lino! n man should do bis part vut) curry nu m iur., ''j , lu'.'e.l to nlmro with svery heart fnii roOKlmess of the roml: l.. i.i ttilnklnir overmu n to ttilnklnir ovwriiiuOil . .mil irrlnfH behind. l,it Kind to bn In fullot touoU l frith nil hi" hnimm NJntl. 0 5lii". B. Uuxton, lu Harper's Weokly. 1 ioosooaooooccoocooooooop If ENGINEER. "I By C. Y. Maltland. 8 ie ,f . O ol b C 330300000000000000000 10" L 1 Ti T) TT Tl a inn miaht marry n worso man, Ove Iju. Indeed, in my mind, you might ro a long way before you found a better." Evelyn Archer tossed her head...

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. — 9 November 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. I J. W. Puck, Editor. VkCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 9, 1899. Published Weekly. jpl.CO per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be tjiven to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. NOVOIW.K DAYS. We rcinl of mcliuichol.v duv.s, Of Idi-nk uinl drear November, How Nature mourns for lx unlico fled, KereMing to remember Thivt Hummer birds huve llown aw ivy, And Hiiinmcr (lowers lire dyinjr; The erieket's elieery tones are hushed, And autumn winds ure sij;!iiiig-. Ai d we win make tho world seem dark With all this sombre reading, Wlu-n, ufter all, a quiet thought Is all that we are needing To make us realize the truth That autumn's rich in treasure, And thronin; all about us now, Are blessings without measure. What If some days are bleak and void. Bright, bracing one's will follow; What i,f the summer flowers are ;one, And summe...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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