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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 September 1900

DROUTH. The lint sunflowers hr the glaring pike Lift shield of sultry brim; the teaant tops, I'litkthorned, advance with bristling pike in spike Aijiiinat the furious sunlight. Field anJ vupae Are nick with Hummer; now, with breathless1 stops, I'ho locusts cymbal; now grasidiopper heat Their rastanuta; und rolled in dust. team, . Like onie mean life lot in it sorry U lea in, An empty wagon rattle through the heat. Whore now the blue-streaked (lug's? the flu wen whoae mouth Are moist and musky? where the sweet- breathed mint Dead! dead! nil dead beside the drouth burnt brook. Shrouded in mo or in the Hhriveled grAHH; Where waved their bell, from which the wihj oee shook The dew-drop once,-gaunt, in a night mare 1I1IIBK, The rank weeds erowd; through which the euttle pnM, Thirsty and lean, Heeking some meant o Hpring, (.'toned in with thorn on which atray hit of wool The punting aheep here left, that aought the cool. From uiorn to evening drnrily wandering. No bird i heard i no Ihrnat...

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. — 27 September 1900

DROUTH. The lint sunflowers rr the glaring pike Lift shields of sultry brnss; the teasel tops, I'ilik-thoriieil, Kil vtn with bristling spike on spike Against the furious sunlight. Kiclil nnil copse Are sick with summer; now, with brcHthlew stops, locus IteHt 1'lir locust lymbul; now grasshoppers Their castanets; und rolled in Unit, a team, , Ul;e some mean life lost in its sorry dream,- An empty wsgon rattles through the hunt. Whore now the bliiestrenked (lugs? the flowers wlio'e mouth Are moist unci musky? where the sweet- breathed mint, J)ead! dead! nil dead beside il.e drouth burnt brook, Shrouded in mow or in the HhHveled gran; Where waved their lclls,--irom whieh the wilj bee shook The dew-drop once, - gaunt, in a night mare in lux. The rank weeds crowd; through which the cuttle puss, Thirsty and lean, seeking some meagro spring, (.'lotted in with thorns on which stray bits of wool The punting sheep hare left, that sought the cool. From uiom to evening drarily wandering. No bi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 September 1900

i roPBrtiveiy nsw InRp, f until elU. "howlng In detail wd public work, are hung i'- it. .ha vnlifhful rtiMlai ln 41 " ' ' " Philippine Islands, has to i)"' . ii.. . HOOD' iBr" "'v mo west iinhere for his Information as fnltfO Di"- ..i many .... mini are excellent thv nil to convey the slightest ln r ....oectlng the country whose "iJ, now bo tlosely related to poabl with ,h "". t(tie chief subjerts of the din ' O0D( tha captains and mas Jrwsels Is the difference be- L ibe Canadian and American Id WHICH U""U uaviKaiurs Tbe signal used, according Canadlun rules during fog, is ... Hast of the whistle, to be L ,t short Intervuls, or the ringing jjll l ne a iiii "ikiibi in ,l,ort MaaUi. lioo liewanl. I0. ,,-of tbl pappr UI be iilnaaed to Vinara l at li-nat one (treaded dla- isadtan water during foggy . ,i.ncf has been nhle in mtre In nil ll"'Pf.'J! I. 1 'alnvrh. Mali'. nimltive rure now knowatn ,1 Irat'-rnltr. Catarrh belli k onn "' i riifne. loi'ii'1' eonatltutlnnal HH'i'''J"'rh 1 "rPlat...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 September 1900

, (omparatively new maps ot rt Hongkong, Tokyo and ,JVBtJ clUes, showing In detail Iti and public work, are hung W,1H, the youthful scholar In Philippine Islands, has to " Joe large map of the west lliplere for blB lnforiBtlon as faltfo States. While In many met map are excellent, they I (ill to coovey the slightest In ' ...ncMlns the COuntrv hnu it""' . . ,rt now so c losely related to bl. with nale. rftne chief subjects of the dis " juong tho captains and mas (fjpls Is the difference be- tln Canadian and American nlcB overn navigators uidisn water ,,'rlnK foggy ,., Tb signal used, according f,nadln rules during fog, is M blast of h whistle, to be r it short Intervals, or the ringing '1. The American signal la hort blasts. IIOO lle-warel. 10O. -j.rtof till" papf 111 pleased to 1 ,thii It at lrt onn ei re-ailed dln h been able to cure In Ml ii,Jtbtlt'tJrrh. Hall'. Catarrh undtlve riire now knnwjtn , .ifniti-rnltT. Catarrh bolii n onn- f ii-quire-a a constitutional t'.i Hll''trrh t'u...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 September 1900

lisp In Mindanao. .,nrtivelv tiaw mnna nf n cwf" " . ' HonKkong, Tokyo and '.i.ntal clUes, showing In detail ( public work, are hung u vAllli Juululul annular in ' Philippine Islands, has to I- ' man t I. . . . lpnere for bis Information as (nltfd States. While In many tha map ar "cellent, they Lll to convey the slightest in- rtfl(peciing i" country wnose Ifi sow so dosnly related to jbls with the ftla-nals. ((tl,e chief subjects of the din !, iinong tho captains and mas-..-els is the difference be- I lW Canadian and American jfUi" " sjwcm uaviKniurs idlin wnter dxrlng foggy xh signal used, according ,Cin,llan rulM 'dnr,nS f8. w blast of the whistle, to be ,hort Interval, or the ringing 5,11. The American signal Id 1 ihort Was'8- ItOO llewnnl. IOO. -at(,of this lP-r "1 pleased to ,ihr l t """ d wailed dta h lwen nbleto mire In all 1 i iod tht Is . 'atnrrh. Hall's Ontnrrh fr'nnlf pijKltive cure now knnwj to -.untrrnltr. i awrru Doing aonn- J ',HK('atrrh Cur Is taken InteK f 'in.itlrw...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 September 1900

Sep what Ilt'loncrs suy in their ml. Special rleen on fodder yum lit V. II. Nenhit's iliirlnj: court week. Peerless Horse anil Cattle Powder at Uolilnson's. 10ct per lb. Turn to pajfo ft of this issue and rend J. K. Johnston's new "ail." Capes for .17 pent! All kinds of stoves at W. II. Nes bit's. Special prices for court week. Call and ex amino them. Mr. Clarence Oobln, noar Port Lit tleton, has boon in poor health for sonio time The merchants who advertise, in the News are live wide awake people and have some new goods to show you. Mr. Charles Ilanck, formerly of Hothel township, has sold his laundry at Wllliamsport to Mr. J. D. Payne. Messrs. N. B. Henry and 11. J. Fields, of Clear Ulde, put.a new roof on Mrs. M. B. Trout's residence this week. There will be a Children's Pay ser vice in the Reformed church next Sun day at 10:.'!0 a. m., to which the public is InviU'd. Henry Shaver, of Mt. Union, has just been award .id $1,175. (id back pay, and 912 per month as a pension from Unc...

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. — 4 October 1900

I ii fiii V uj) mil fir VOLUME 2. THE JIlvADOWCikOl N1)S. McCONNELLSHURG. PA., October 4, VKU NUMBER 3. urcsti"K Reminiscences by Jan. Uv Whose Hoylinod Was Spent There. fl)e following reminscences ure w-cially interesting to tlio itor of the News from the fact it it was his home for several irs. Inth piMU? of 1W54 the late ,raham M. Peek, father of the troftln3 News moved with ; family into the Meadow ,mls from Mel fast township the far m formerly owned by Kays. At that time there , i r.. ..i .1 is only nnu omoi iui ni cicarou k valley, and for ono year the k family was the only one bin the boundary of those anurias. In the spring of J, Samuel Ilarr with his wife ! daughters Mary and Caro lina sou George, moved to "lower farm" the two farni- living nearly a mile apart be- theouly inhabitants of the .;y until 172, when the k family moved to Hod ford, the Hnrr family went back to Cove. lr. James Kay of Oreeusburg, writes as follows: ly father moved to the Moad- .Tounds about 1830, an...

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. — 4 October 1900

THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. A serious blow to arbitration In the settlement of the coal strike has been dealt byJhe mm of tho Marklc mines, who hans repudiated their agreement with thplr employers. The strike sit uation Is otherwise unchanged, and President Mitchell Is awaiting develop ments In the probable shape of a de finite offer from the operators. A .New York story Is to the effect that the of fer Is already formulated, only tho de tails being left to be arranged. President Bufllngton, of the flllnnis Steel Company, annotinrpd that a num ber of the mills would be shut down on account of a scarcity of orders, pur chasers awaiting the result of the presidential election. In Frankfort, Ky., Judge Contrell overruled the motion for a new trial made in behnlf of James Howard, con victed of killing Governor Ooebel, and sentenced him to be hanged. Notice of appeal was given. Tiro Murray, who represented him self as collector of political contribu tions for both parties, was sent to tho pen...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 October 1900

, I 'JUvv ' THE REALM OF FASHION. york City. f1icll pink satin , m mi. a red velvet find tucked ivory The picture Is re- ,linp no son- A froui Modes. HISSES' C'OHTfMn. hnlliv Is mounted on u glove lining, which closes In tliu ecn- st. The hack Is smooth across jiuMi'is nnd draws down close xt.ift line with tiny pleats In Hire. A perfect adjustment is uilli an under-nrm gore, (runts nre slightly (louble-brenst-Hie fulness at the waist being ;hi In Mouse effect over a nar kot girdle. The shallow phis i tucked mousseline Is perina- li:u-ti-(l to the right lining mil fastens Invisibly on the left Ilii special feature in this wnlst tucked collar, which provides h trimming for the back and s the plastron, forming broad rivers. It extends out over ens, giving broad effect to the m, that is becoming to slender sli-ovos are correctly finished met and under portions, nnd i wit It a ruille which falls over ml. pr volvet ribbon Is effectively 1 around the standing nnd (fllurs and on the lower e...

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. — 4 October 1900

! FULTON COUNTY Nf '.VS. Published Every Thursday. B. VV. PtCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 4, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVRHTIHINU HATKH. Per itqiinre of s linen 3 times $1 fin. Per miuuro ench subsequent Insertion.... fio, All iidvertisemeutN Inserted for It's tlmu three months oenixed by the I'lUiue. One-fourth coiiimu.... One-hulf column One Column fl num. rtmos. 1 yr. . .ifln.iNi. I J'-Uiiii. I .lii.inT . . !E.. HUN). WI.IKI. .. .(. I Ni.lJO. 7.(K. Nothing Inserted for 1phr thiin el. ProfeHsloaal Curds cue yeur e5. 1A PATRIOTIC SCHEME. .ERICHO WAS FOR HAVING A DECORA TION DAY PARADE. kBP Perklna, Postmnater, Telia Hott I Horio Sparrow gprnnar the Idea ' oa the Town and How LUh lulling ' Oar It It Deathblow. 'Copyright, 1000, by C. B. Lewis. It was about a week before Inst Decoration day that Horatio Sparrow come Into the postofflco lookln as If be had sunthln on his mind, and as soon las be got the chance be whispered to mo: "Don't say n...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 October 1900

,r() mi!VT V. '.. ,iliii N .:'k.ji'c!K i-. ,x Yi'l'k iiliiUiei'T.ii: n.i i.i'c 'i;ti vvn scraul with :k!i's;i o ,,llOllt ilK'(M!.' of p, l!oc!;'f,1,i-,', t.lu Stand-OilKiiif- ('"'iipiMcd with ilio . of tlif" ni'H.iirc'is f i.ho j Solio uiiilort.ouk Lliotiis'f, , (,e result was Mlnrllii)!;. rWt annual receipts of ofollcr ai'(! hidel'mitc, hut n'ftin the m'iidiborlinoil of W, ami. this iiiiKninl i.s , nearly rj nal to tho rombin- yomi'f ('iu''1 .V(i,r " ,,IC ,(! lien ds of Europe. "jeiliscovpi'or of this nMiiark .fict fiffin'pil tho animal in ,,snf the rulors of Europe as its: ar ,)fUiiHsia,l2(()(HVHtn;kin,j Yussiii (exclusive of his in- us emperor of (ieriiiiiiiy), s:l,".", it ; kinr of Spain, ,i(iin: liinj,' of Italy, SJ.Xi.v QiiiMMi Victoria, tfl.irj.l.ouo; .-of I'm-lupal, i;!4,-l ID; kin-,' N'rwny and Sweden, u7i, iiu! of G rceco, '2i V HXi;lf iu? ixony, !?73.",M)0; kinpr of Wur lursr, l 10,000; king of Rou i .o7,0(H); kiny of Kervia, iW; king of Denmark, -7,-kiuir nf Bulgiuin, (K...

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. — 4 October 1900

SONG OF THE SWORD. I remember the day tlmt she hung rae nere On the whII ly the musket's side Ami kissed my Undo witli a reverent touch For the honor of him who died; I henrrl lier say flint 1 served him well. And he trusted his life to nic A he grasped my hilt with hi daring hmicl And we swung to Hie victory. She rmc to me in the dark alone. As the lonn yearn fluttered by. And I heard her snug and I felt her kiss And I thrilled to her tender sigh; I knew that she ns in visions sweet When the huvlcs blew to the charge And lie swung tne forth to the gleaming nun And 1 swept through the huninn targe. She ennie one day when her locks were gray. Ami took me from the wall; She wiped the niHt of her terns nwny, Kor again rum the bugle rail; She laid my hilt in n stalwart hand .My muster's son, I knew, And the drum awoke and the troops marched by, And the trumps of the battle blew. I leaped to the life of the battle-roar, The spirit of strife awoke; I danced in the light of my blade that 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. — 4 October 1900

Lues BLOOD POISON. Trial Trent""""1 Froo. ,ni euro guaranteed by UFlng ,lr j 11 Tl II ttlel oi D- "ve you .palnIn the Hones and Joint, L-ndlve Eruptlona, Bolls, Hcrof- ' Mouth, Gums or Throat, ,iri Swelling. Cancer, Itching ' er colored Sorea, Catarrh, .iHtnT Then B. B. B. heals t make blood pure and 1 1 ,(opa every itm ana pain. i .. .... niia n n u ....... ,hen'"cl" u. icmra ,.t pruggls'". H- Trial treat .. (,y writing Blood Balm Co., ,(ll'i(rpft, Atlanta, Ga. Describe 0l nledlral advice free. ,,l,e next tourist season opons railway from pl,ez to Fou ,li be completed. ' llow'i liln T ,, a., Hundred flnllnrs Howard for ,'Jrtttrrh that ctnnnt bo cured by '"f J.'cHKNF.r A Co., Toledo, O. ,rtPr.lK.wl. have known K..I. Che. JurtliyMf. '"' b:'llVB him per. Meln U business transactions "lillv lile "'''' out auy oblig-a- hv their firm. ,m'. Whole"'9 Iruwliits,Toleda 1 ,.! & MAnviN. Wholesale ,',i. TnlMo. Ohio. ,trrh dire I taken Internally, art. 'r UOOIl UI'i'i itioi iiiiit;oun mil1 f...

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. — 4 October 1900

Trolley Insect Kxtermiiiiitor at Hob iimon's. Sure iloath to boil buifs. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gregory was buried at Antiuch Inst Sunday. It was about three weeks old. I). D. 0. M., Harry K. Marklcywill install the ofilcerg of McConnellsburg Lodge I. O. O. F., B'rlday evening of this week, and Fort Littleton, Satur day evening. M. E. Daniels has just received a largo stock of fall and winter milli nery.. Latest styles, and very low prices. Trimming free of charge. Call and see goods. 1 Cards are out announcing the marriage of S. M. Andrews to S. Blanche Vonker on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 1900, at the bride's home near War fordsburg. Wanted Two good girls for gen eral housework White or "colored." Good wages paid to good girls. Ad dress; Alhkrt Grkknland, . 875 Braddock Ave., Braddoek, Pa., T. J. Thompson, about ten days ago, met with an accident, injuring his loft limb, causing much puin, prevent ing his attending to business at pres ent. Persons in want of Dr. Shade'...

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. — 11 October 1900

JWfoit OLUME 2. p With the (Grubbing) Koe." ,,ni Fulton ot Ayr Township ,,'. 8! Years ot Arc. One 1,1 Hie Results of h Tem perate una Indus' trion.H Life. McCONNELLSBURG. FA., October 11. 1900. NIMBER 4. tiiu2 fellow with sprightly 8 .tlni. n nnnr f.nii lil cjnyis e"u"ug nhifi shoulder, walked away Roisner's storo tlie other As we used to have a prac icquaiutauco with that kind implement, we wore led to ..who was willing m thesi of dynamite nud i)ateut p pullers to indulge in such t exorcise as is suggested ,o hoe. Wo found the gentle- o be none other than our William Fulton of Ayr hip. To thoso who do not Mr. Fulton there would not vtliing remarkable in this nation: but when we tell hat if Mr. Fulton lives until ventioth of next month he ,?ei,'hty-nine years of age, tht! matter becomes one orest. withstanding the fact that J its less than a dozen years !if a ceuteuuariau, his gen- ii.ippearauco would indicate :o be at least twenty-live youugur. lie has a full iy shaven face, bright...

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. — 11 October 1900

I FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Trt honor of the blrthriny of the King !r Portugal lO.noo British cavniry pa radvl at Komntl Poort. The Canadian contingent of troops that fought In South Africa sailed from Lape Town for Englnnd. The United States received more awards at the Paris Exposition than any nation except France. Great Iirltain Bhows distrust ot M Hung Chang, because of his apparent cIobo relations with the Russians. It was reported In Paris that the King of Belgium Intends to abdicate in favor of the Prince of Flrfliders. The Yomagnta ministry in .Inpnn Having resigned, the Mikado nas (urn moned Marquis Ito to form a cabinet. Prince Inknnthos, Bon of the King of Cambodia, after playing a trick upon the French government, has dis appeared from Paris. It Is evident that the foreign powers will all follow the example of the United States and send large naval forces to Chinese waters. In the Ilrltlsh parllmentary elections Blxty-six candidates have been return ed unopposed, of which number ...

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. — 11 October 1900

, v,rk fit. v. House gowns tu eUVe' nr0 n '-nt"',e of tlie ,,i nn' attractive in mo ex harming May Mnntou t tuft wrrn nciif dra pf.ry. illustrated exoinpllllcs oui.' ox style si ml l sinnuhirly well 10 (ill Sft Stuffs, Sllell JIM Cllsll- ilinrli'tln. veiling, wool erepons, isaiiil llii' like. As shown, tlio !l Is cashmere 111 brilliant Ox , with tin' dots embroidered ilo silk, mill vi'st and under- . la while nioussoline 11 ml cronni Thf Holm drupes the figure with ,r fwv. anil tlio double sleeves li of qunintncss that greatly o tlio wlmlo. Tlio design will ml ailiiitnlilo fur stout us well r figures, ns tlio drapery ta Ainitly to apparently reduce :of the waist it ltd Is nowhere w;li to become bulky. As tlio frills nro of the nintcrlnl is anil edged with narrow black nlikli flings to the 11 sure. ,he color tends to nil effect of foundation for the waist Is n lining with single dnrts. On re arranged the parts of the proper, the yoke und tlio full The two hitter are Joined nnd -d per...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 October 1900

AN UNBELIEVER. They V In world Is (Trowing worse, 1 (lou t believe it, though; They ssy men worship but tlie purse, I don't believe it, though; Tliry any that greatness ia no more, Tlwt nil the wife have none before And only troiinlo is in store- I don't believe it, though. They my there nre no snints to-day, I don't believe it, though; They snv we tread H downward way, I don t believe it, though ; They any there' only gloom nliend. They my tlmt nil the knights aro dead, They snv men's sweetest joys ai;o Hod 1 don't bvlieva it, though. Men had their troubles long ngn. And that a whiil I believe; Thp Lord still loves us here below, And that's whnt I believe; Old Homer, of the nightie eves. And Cueaar lie 'neath other skies. Hut (renter men than they will rise, Ami Hint's what 1 believe. The world grows fairer day by day, And that's what I believe: The good bnve not all passed away, And that's what 1 believe; Though many a one we loved is gone, Fond hearts nnd true are besting on! The...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 October 1900

,Birvel nt the mechanism of ''.a body, with its 492 bonc irterle-- Ilut man to simple '.ect compared with the carp. jrhable fish moves no fewer bonr-s and muscles every 'tr,,tlics. It hns 4.320 veins, ,;hln ot 1!s 99 muscles. TjTpurM from Austria, f N'e(rfoinh, the American as f. bud an honorary degree Loll Mm by one of tho leadiug . lllllver""- ,ZlrKrn -P---l. (;B,d. Miiniifiieliiring Com "iJj) Uro.idwny, New York, iisuul Amerlenn enterprise a very crcditnlilo exlitlilt ffiimil) XIII.. "I. nt the .(rnatl"tm' Exposition, whore 'w to prr.it ndvnntnse tho cel Mft Sewins-Mnchlnc which , every country ou tho Klotio, 'finiHy ue ''I timnuf.'ip- ,f1Jt.,l wllli tills dixjilny nnd i jlth much s"tlsf.ietlon that jrnrnlil.v eoniiiiotited upon by ;rwl rrlzr w"" awnnleil by '-nntional Jiii'y to Rincr Scw iacs fi' superior excellence a, rinsirncliiu. elllclcnoy nnd rtalilc (l('vcl(ipini.M nun ninip (Kr.v stltcIiiiiK process used -thf family or tho factory. Oao (iriuid Vrvx for sowlnis i as awarde...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 October 1900

Don't forgot Miss lAb ITohs's Sale Saturday. At 1 o'clock. Trolloy I muni Kxtorniinator at Hob iiiHOD'g. Suro death to beil bugs. Mr. Krni'Bt Linn has typhoid fuvor at Olon Campbell, Indiana county. T. B. Stevens has a force of men at work on the erection of his new dwell ing on "Magsam's Addition." Hunters will find a nice Biipply of shells, 10 to 10 guage and Hunters' Belts at C. C. Bonder's. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Teck, of Philadelphia last Wednesday. Her name is Buth Virginia. Yuco, America's greatest Breakfast Food at C.C. Bendor's;also Dllworths fine coffee at 14 cents. Mr. Roe Mellott is using Miles Mel lott's traction engine in sawing out a lot of lumber in the lower end of Ayr township. Mrs. John H. Truax of the Meadow grounds has a pumpkin which she raised during the summer of 181(8. She has put it by for the next centennial. Mr. and Mrs. William Fix desire in this way to thank the friends and neighbors who showed so much kind ness during their late bera...

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