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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 December 1900

J. We 4k ',.(,rICI0e t t of nil kinds needs outdoor ox- Mopclully In winter, when the '.'.....o. thickened. The mil. J we"""-" , . , h"1 . . - liiflil nilt ntrn.tr .. r The change docs tin-in good. Zl'n are Inflated nnd tho clrculn- I01 . . 1 Iw.t.trlr., rTI 1 , n bCISK Him iit iiuut. .1 iir- linn with plenty of fresh nir, . chnicsoino food and proper nt- ... . .. ...I........ g Will limine iifttiiiinv iuuvit.il ,f any other disease. well I tm,('n "n l,,llnt m,t of -Lh. nnd where the posture Is L to ilnhy ftoe-k It nmy bo doing dnnniiri' i "ero mini u woum in rutt "f cultivated Held. It takes 'wd nnd moisture that are needed y useful plmits. nnd It sometimes web it character as to bp pnlson tht anlinnl. nnd often weeds Im- L miiiUniiiit odors nnd flavors to f' ' . ......1 n Tf 1. ...... jllk nnn us iiiu l "- l"1" , could he cleared of weeds an 1 and tlifir plare given to better not only would they produce h fur ninny more animals, but iik proilui'ts would be of more ..no Kood qualit...

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. — 6 December 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. v Published Every Thursday. B. W. Pt-CK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 6, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVIItTISIPIll HATHA. Per xqiinre of d linns II tlmeR II so. Per nqunre PBch Hulmeivient Insertion.... M). AU HdvprtKemontH Inserted for lex ttmn three month cnr((i"(l by tho wiuiiro. One-fourth column.. One-hull column One Column A mo. (lino. 1 yr. TTl'is.io.Tt'-ii.Ki. I fillmi! . . e.M). 4i Mm. .. IVM. I 55.111). 1 7M. Nnthlne Inncrteil for lew limn l. I'rnfemlunAl Cttrdu one yeivr . ;ui:i:n him. Sunday School Convention. The Sunday School Convention at Green llill Tuesday, November 27, 1900, was opened promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. with a praise ser vice, followed by devotional oxer ercise by the chairman, Rev. Ken fort. Miss Seor not being present, the address of welcome and re sponse were omitted. The first topic, "Some of the Defects in our Sunday School Work, and the Remedy," opened by Rev. Dr. West, was listened to with ...

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. — 6 December 1900

:Sr tr th: 1 i0J m tlTON COUNTY NEWS. HV'SHE DIDN'T SING. Iltlnit l't' Her h'fnra n :n ,, it i . i mil i; . .1. ' .jmfl of Vlll jMllK til'tflTeH UTul i in my llf"''" HlM Uu' 1,11111 '.1,1 gliiK1'1' ",iut u11 ,)oru D''VT l'f' uiiybmly its wply feobln minded iih n yotttitf iiin I ll,ive tu't'n" 11,1 litT"Ht ' I- filio Is ii stiMioKiniihor by em otion', B"'1 1 1"II,!,',1 t Ix'nr ixittliir bouk oiks dny wlii'ii I ,!n bt'r '"1Plo.v-'r'H ol'lco. Of conrsi: ,pn uluctlon of her tones wan nil but 1)"' volcn wum an Hoft iih -ftnml fl"'1 ,1',-I "'"1 cl''!ir us a lral iioll. It was a volte such as .flicr diiosn't -t a clmnoo to work . loe lu a llfi'timo. writ to li?r uud fiakcl her to lot ttf her voice. It Iirovttl to In- bot 'linn I l'"'1 li"P,-,,l. I' wnn nmnlll .t J triinteil her to Infill Htuilylnjr jp., Flic lmd ii" money, but 1 ,'t irniit money for brlnlux out. a ' .like tlmt. Hlio liiulu't miieli tlnio (r, gncl slio told me she was too ,l'lo sln 1 U'B eveuliiKH after Sjog nil titty- I 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. — 6 December 1900

i hi THE FADING YEAR. Toward the snnset-RirdecI Iiss See the Old Year plod along; Fall the twilight shadows fimt. And the restless winter blunt Shrills its eerie evensong. From the ramied harvest lnrxln And the peevish woodland wayi Nature waves her wasted hands In a last adieu, and stands Moaning for her golden days. Over frosted plain and hill Uroods the white repose at death; And the river's henrt is chill, And the river's voire is still, As in .ear it holds its breath, Down the dwindling path that leads Into ages dark and dim Plow the gray Old Year recedes And a phantom host of deeds And desires follow him. To his threadbare rlotlies they cling, Pleading with him to return TUck across the days, ami brinj Half the joys that made them sinjf, Jlnlf the hopes that made them burn, T.ore stands in the path and pleads For an hour of old delight; Mocked Ambition cries h's needs, Jliit thu Old Year never heeds, l'asaing onward toward the night. Spenk one word, departing year, From thy si...

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. — 6 December 1900

tfou're Rambling! ;JL ($oo risky, this Ulina witt your Ijugi You take the K3nCc ot its wear- . off. Don't 1 the first thing know it will be own deep 'in -your, :ngs and the game s Take some of L's Cherry Pec- bfal ana sxop me idling and the Mil. I mu pven up to fie Villi consumption. I ran down -ii'S lo V Poum,s- I raised xAand never expected to get T tVinn rend tf ; Cherry Pectoral and began ,once, I am now back to my "l weieht and in the best of -ilih." Ciias. E. Hartman, ,iWown, N. Y.i warcn 3, 1099. Yna a now cct Aver's 1 m sv 4 Karj Pectortl ia a .35 cent j,jn3t tignr jot an ordinary 1 Tlw 50 tent size is bet tor bronchitis, crout the crip. t dollir size is best to keep luil. and is most economical i long-Standing cases. llcelveil jl -1 must say that for absolute1 .st'orlhines8 there's nothing like 1. (-Why, what makes you say Ll-Well, yon remember when I id Mr. Bullfinch about three f-Yea. la-l-Well, he said ho should cer- plne away and die, and I should murderess. Well, I jus...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 December 1900

WI-I.LH VALM.V. TlianhHK'viiiK Services and Sun day School Convention Combined. Tho Twenty -First Annual Con vention of the Wells Valley S. S. Association met in tho Mission Sabbath school room at Wells Tannery, on Thursday morning, November 29, 1900. According to the usual custom, the convention opened with a Thanksgiving sermon. Rev. II. S. Bickel, minister in charge of Bothel church, New Grenada, de livered tho sermon, which had been carefully prepared and was well delivered. After tho deliv ery of the sermon, tho convention was organized by the president, James W. Barnett, taking the chair and tho election of E. A. Ilorton secretary the secretai'y of tho convention not being pres ent. Tho minutes of the last con vention were read and approved. A vote of thanks was tendered the minister for his excellent sermon, in opposition,however,to his most earnest protest. After considerable discussion on the question, "Why the people generally do not attend Thanks giving services better?" ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 December 1900

Vtfi WI LLS VALLI.V. Hiniiksxlvlng Services and Sun Jay School Convention Combined. . Tho Twonty-First Annual Con vention of the Wella Valley S. S. Association met in tho Mission Sabbath school room at Wells Tannery, on Thursday morning, November 29, 1900. According to the usual custom, the convention opened with a Thanksgiving sermon. Kev. II. S. Bickel, minister in charge of Bethel church, New Grenada, de livered the sermon, which had been carefully prepared and was well delivered. After the deliv ery of the sermon, the convention was organized by the president, James W. Barnett, taking the chair and tho election of E. A. Horton secretary the secretary of the convention not being pres ent Tho minutes of the last con vention were read and approved. A vote of thanks was tendered the minister for his excellent sermon, in opposition.however.to his most earnest protest. After considerable discussion on the question, "Why the peoplo generally do not attend Thanks giving services better?...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 December 1900

JFtiltett J1C VOLUME 2. A ClooJ Tiling. On Wednesday evening of last Ij the members of the Royal jcanura of Pittsburg and vicin Jjwt in Carnegie musical Hall 'ttsburg, and initiated GOO mem- r9 into the order at ono time. It may not D0 amiss just here My a word or two about this or ation. t ig an organization of more 3n20O,OOO people whose primary tot is to provide a sum for 'so dependent upon tbom when ilh shall come. Life insurance is one of the Irtiwnent institutions of this and business men feel that ,y cannot in any other way ie provision so easily, certain- and safely; for by the payment ifew dollars one may, at once ike his estate worth one, two, three thousand dollars more. many a wife and small Jdren would be left in most stitute circumstances, had not husband taken the precau , to provide some life insur- ifliat especially commends the va! Arcanum is, that theinsur- pays no more than the actual it for his protection. There is .along list of extravagantly d officers; money ...

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. — 13 December 1900

F VOLUME 2. A Good Thing. fa Wednesday evening of last jektho members of the Koyal -canum of Pittsburg and vicin jmct in Carnegie musical Hall ntsburg. and initiated 000 mora- into the order at one ti mo. It may not be amiss just here ay a word or two about this or .iization. t is an organization of more in 200,000 people whose prim ary ;ect is to provide a sum for ise dependent upon thom when ath shall come. Life insurance is one of the ,-raanent institutions of this v, and business men feel that jke provision so easily, certain and safely; for by the payment ,few dollars one may, at once ie his estate worth one, two, three thousand dollars more. How many a wife and small ildren would be left in most titute circumstances, had not h"sbaud taken the precau n to provide some life insur ,:e. ffhat especially commends the val Arcanum is, thattheinsur pays no more than the actual it for his protection. There is talonp list of extravagantly d officers; money is not taken erect palatial bu...

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. — 13 December 1900

TRAIN TELESCOPED. . . 14 Crash Due to a Derailed Freight Car at lay's Ferry. EIGHTEEN WERE BADLY INJURED. Peculiar Accident Occurs on the Pcnnsjlvnn'a Railroad-Medical Aid Quickly Summoned" Collision Happened Just Outside ol Philadelphia-Passenger Coach Tclcscoped-Slde Tora Away ol Several Others. Philadelphia, Pa, (Special). Eigh teen men. and women wore badly In jured, two perhaps mortally, in a wreck on the Pennsylvania . Railroad Just south of Gray'a Ferry, caused by a fretrht oar of one train Jumping the track Just as the Washington and New York fart express train was passing .and badly damaging seven of the Pull man and passongcr coaches. The train struck the derailed freight ears with considerable force. Hardly two minutes elapsed after 'Lhe wreck had occurred before ambulances and patrol wagons were dashing through the streets to the scene. The express, Vhlch left Washington at 11 o'clock, carried a baggage car In the lead and four Pullmans and five passenger cars. The smoke...

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. — 13 December 1900

arkfttlin Hog. that It times Just ...Id .imlltcd '(tiel of corn to mnke tun "Li. W"1 pork nt 118 1res" .C farmer receives a pretty .for his corn when marketed fiooi thing to know, but it thing o know thnt It re- t lit"0 more tlme to Put i bog tlmt is over one year one that U but six months jij It can be seen that it does ,Kefp tlio I"'!?8 too long, but fJ is to run them into the , (oon M thoy can lie got ;a birth. New York Weekly ...i faint Point)!. .oll, Australian Journal of rocoinmenus uie louowmg iitn: Fireproof pain-In a TWS0) slnko the best quick u mid mixture of skim-milk ,r,ml mix to the consistency . To f('h ton gallons add jls alum, one and a half ,,t,isli and four pounds Halt, 'paint l desired add eight ;tl.r of Tails. Taint for shuls: Slake one-half bushel 0;ilnjr water, keeping It cov jin and add brine made by , one peck salt In warm jd three pounds rice Hour, 10 a paste; ndd eight ounces md one pound glue dissolved ; water. Mix thoroughly uud .for several days. cirBcet...

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. — 13 December 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 13. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADTIBTIHINO RATRR. Per Rquftre of 8 lines i time II ISO, Per Mqunre each milweri'ient. Insertion.... FH. All advertisement Inserted for less thitD three mouths oearned by the square. One-fourth column... One-half oolumn One Column 8 moH. Amos. I yr. ..Iin.flo. I f'jn.in. . . .(). 4.u. .. 40.(10. Nfi.lMI. 75.00. Nothlnu Inserted for less than 1. ProfesHlonikl Curds oue your In. SideliiiR Hill. Doc. 2. Mr. Elliot Akers, of Akersvillo, visited tlio lioino of his father-in-law, Mr. Anthony Lynch of this township. Riley Garland and Guss Daw son who have been in Cambria County the past few months, have returned homo to visit their many friends. Miss Grace Layton spent Sat urday and Sunday with the fami ly of her uncle, Wm. Laytou, of Whips Covo. Wm. Mellott of Franklin Mills, has moved to his farm near this place. Mrs. Rachel Ilill spe...

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. — 13 December 1900

i ,-p-, Ki i.jnm KHHlt vuv-ic a. J : :LTON COUNTY NEWS. PWORTH LEAGUE. ,,F"'h v,"ok H-lnnln Not, ' nvi'hnt Iniempornneo (-oat 0r Million" Tot, ProT, ,,111. 1-T, ir-iil. 4, not niiioiiff win'Mlilors, nmnng , rtitcru of flesh." je tfmi,l,tlon!' ' J'0,1IK mirn are nuch (llfTcrrtit now from wlmt prf in the days wlion tills book n.rl wns written or comptloxl. .r'ffiuflln t,ie ln all lands nnd '' This nf10' surprise no one If I'll stop hkI consider what tlio ns ntdo of a young uinn Ih nnd point" on whli'li lie Is most liable .nmkixl. LthiKxI I" PSMM1- 81,1 t reliance la lag ripKny- oiunciuH navo Deen loping nnd the sonso of physical ..Jf)h is BtroiiR. Self direction totlie front. lie Ih thinking for Authority of others has lost .jU bold- The new life of manhood i lo assert Itself. Ho can lie no I tfliil; lie musi or necessity linn a l-for himself. The world Is wider t k.i,n known It to be. lie niimtejc- j must innster It for himself. HIh .(inn lx'fore this been selected for niw.ra linvo P...

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. — 13 December 1900

SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY 13 THE EVIL THEREOF. Let tint the heart ft future gricvnnco bor row, . Nor o'er our path one faintest shadow 1y ; Let not the clouds which way arise to morrow Olncure the fairer sunshine of lo-fly. To diiy i ours tlie past has passed for ever, Its joys and griefs alike are ours no more; The future lies beyond Time's silent river, A dim and distant and untrodden shore. The world's so fair, and life so grand, that living Should one sweet hymn of purest rap ture be! From Nature's hand, so bounteous in her giving, The fulncm ours, to reap unceasingly; And ours the bliss, through Hope's en chanting vision, E'en darkened ekies to view with prom ise rare; To gritsp at joys, though Phocnix-like they're ri-wn From out the a-dics of n past despair. !As to the day. its burden or its sorrow, 80 is ouv strength by lovo nil-wise de creed ; Beyond the trust which looketh to the morrow Not ours the s'.riving, nor is ours the need. lie knoweth bet Ihn sowing nnd the reaping W...

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. — 13 December 1900

"V it." 1 1 ton ft; am .cheti re :rci beir.j ic k i Of! Eur long.- :mtit: or d he hi iotw arlt disci; rid If at tt-to ,JpH em of 1 ..lwl 1 call lady ir, dtf ' it! t0 " M y , err' e'flri Jure Cure for Colds When the children get their ,Vet and take cold give tia a hot foot bath, a bowl ,fhot drink, a dose of Ayer's Jhcry Pectoral, and put them bed. They will be all right the morning. 1" S Cherry pectoral Ll cure old coughs also; we i i l- r 1 u:.: K4B ne cougiia wi uiuiii.ihi.is, aic throats, and irritable mp. Even the hard coughs If consumption are always lade easy and are frequently ared. Three tlzet : 25c., 50c $1.00. Iiroir drtiiglKt cannot supply you lend ui on lUdtM papain. B nr nd fv im your fit fipreil OI'" -. AUUIWI, tj. V. ATBJl uo,, FREE! 1 Thwe I morn Catarrh In tills "notion of tbo Country tlmn all otlmrdNonsi's put together, anil until tho Inst few years was supposed to be Incur Mile. For a itriint many years doctors lironounoeil It a lociil dlseaseand prescribed UWM n-...

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. — 13 December 1900

r TlKMlipsOU, Tlie miueral crozo seems to be gaining in iuteusity. This township has, for several years, at intervals more or less romoto, been scourged with such epidemicsa whooping cough, measles, mu mps.to Ray nothing of anything that might have been less dangerous but more unpleas ant, but those diseases disappoar eu only to mauifest their presence in other localities. , The mineral fever is a new malady, and seems to be beyond the coutrol of our local practitioners. Professional men have been brought from abroad, and instead of their checking the contagion, their presence and opinions only spread it Tinctureof iron, essence of anthracite, extractof graphite, nitrate of silver, bi chloride of gold all have been swa llowed in large quanities; and what is most noticeblo, the more they take the worse they get. It is said that half the men in this township have it, and have it bad. The stores, mills, blacksmith shops.churchos iu fact all places that afford men an opportunity to cong...

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. — 20 December 1900

Jfn d it SII0H ft" ? v (3 p tt vv V v V i-jjrj VOLUME 2. DEATH RECORD. -$i Who Have Been Called to Their JilKEH Crptain John Walk od'atinottsburpr, was buried .yrday (Wednesday) after noon 'o'clock at tho same hour two weeks after the inter ,t of his wife, nieution of h was made in this paper, as captain of a company in ll'O Regiment 1'. V. Infantry i-g the Civil War. vjitTEU. On last Thursday ling at his home in Welling Kansas, Hon. Jeremiah Por a former well known resident IcConuollsburg passed from 'ii. ;r. Porter owned at one time Frank Mason farm adjoining a; also, the Washington House wthor time. lie received his row filling tho office of as ite judge in this county. ... was married twice. His . wife was a Miss Baker; and ,;m wero born one child, who to womanhood and became :rst wife of II. M. Keudall, of Cove. After tho death of his wife, Mr. Porter married Marian Hoke, sister of our . TkT 11 1 M 1 sinan. u. iv. noice. io tnem burn tive children George, s, John, Maggie and Li...

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. — 20 December 1900

1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 ' " GIRL STUDENTS PERISH. Burning of a New York Slat Normal and Training School. SIX YOUNd WOMEN LOSE THEIR LIVES On Olrt, Who Was on the Fire Escape, Tarns Back to Save Her Diamond King, and Sacrifices Her Life-Fifty ol the Students Escaped by Crawling Through Windows to Fire Escapes. Dunkirk, N. Y. (Special). From the mouldering ruins of tho Fredonla State Normal and Training School, hich was destroyed by fire at six o'clock a. m., one charred body has been recovered, and a revision of the lint of missing makes It certain that eevon persons perished In the tire, which also entailed a property loss of $200,000. There were 75 young women stu dents In the building, of whom six per ished. Tho other victim In the aged Janitor. The young women occupied rooms on the third floor of the building. In com pany with a matron and 60 other young women, who succeeded In escaping by descending the Are-escapes. The body which was recovered from the ruins Is nupposed to be thnt of Mis...

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. — 20 December 1900

AVID believed In a great many things He was fond of mystery. and Boino of the thlmrs ho iK ttaA In most. ,...,. In nulling wishbones ' .... if he rot the long end, and in" ' .... 1.1. it It over xne.uuui, mo wiou r . tn nnmn TP1 TimnkBelvlntc time tlicre '.mat mnny wishbones, and the was filled with grisly hopes , mostly to come true uuriBi "in the goodness of Santa Claus ..i most of nil. Thero was K Santo Clnus, nnd there was no no feeling quite line mai on ...mnnn hpfore Christmas, when Cte tlie tuck Into the back left oorner of the mantelpiece and In it Ma longest and reddest and then sat In different the room to iook hi u ami te sure that Santa Claus could a to see It Ilrst thing. j,j wanted n knife. He had n since ho could Ilrst reniem- ... n,iw tlmt he had been troing ool It seemed to him thnt there .WEST AND REDDEST 8TOCKINO. ;ilhlDg In the world he wanted -jl The other boys had them, mire they were all older than nt he had caught up with them lessons, and It seemed as knives...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 December 1900

4- Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. , Thursday, Dec. 20. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIRTTHIRO RATRH. Per square of line It times Jl no. Per nqunre enoh fttitaefyient Insertion .... fio. All advertisement!! Inserted for lcsa thun three month oearged by the xqunre. 8 mon, flmon. I yr. One-fourth column JIMK fc.i.uS ijwT.oa One-hnlf enluiun tis.oo. 4(1.(0. ni.iki. One Column 4Q.I10. fift.ou. 75 (i, NothlnK Inserted for less thun fl, Professional Cards one year lit. Tlie Old Folks' Longing. Don't go to the theatre, loci are or bull, Hut stay in your room to-night, Deny yourself to tho friends that call, And a pood, long letter write Write to the sad old folks at home, Who sit, when the day is done, With folded hands and downcast eyes. And think of the absent one. Don't selfishly scribble, "Excuse my haste, I've scarcely tho time to write," Lest their brooding thoughts wander back To many a by-gono night, When thoy lost their nee...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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