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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 December 1900

i;LT0N COUNTY' NEWS. :::SUJMBR SONQ. . To loop ami ilro.im in bmt. i' ... ! ivuro. the rinv linnet. ,iie parted, Iirinwn to UK but pa(n ' o live the ilinr past o'er ngnin. f, weep not In our alocp; Out ter' ,ro '"r ,n fUrh imitlf". ' hut wwp, for thou art fr away. ... .1. vnlrM of the enriith da v. ItLiixl Pin m' "TOW "w,,pt wny; r J. " in'nl 01 y u t mot, with Murir bitter tear grp, lov. To dream la beat. Our waVlnir la but palm h ilt "Ion w0 ind II ne Prt K'n. ..r love, and be thy (Iroamn of ml P,P7 lni f till think nf h. "Z..make present time of all the pnat: FjJ,, niton the would my dream might Wi Drum, ir, till the day break And Mrtlily ahadowe flee, flen morn to Brief ne'er wake Xnd I be one with thee. Nell Mnedonald In Harper' Bazar. THEY GOT FRESH AIR. M poor nmnlnd Open After a Very Forcinio Arunine-nt. j olii gfory Ih told of JoKcpli Uohl x the founder of St. Joseph, thnt .. m orlRln m 11011 county in tlio jj irttloment of Unit Beet Ion. The w who ntnrted tlio city was re-...

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. — 20 December 1900

IF I HAD GIFTS I wrre Kina of Fairyland And had tha rielit to nay low blc8Rinan ahntild be aiied around IJown here, irom nay to nay If I might Rive to each and all Whatever giftii I chose .What ahoiild I give, my little boy, To you, do you suppose? Not hoap of gold nor mighty ship To nail the ocenn blue. Not wealth to mnke of other boy The hired staves of yon But ruddy cheeks and apnrkling eyes, A laugh that had the ring Of honest pleiiHure in it, and A heart for everything! SHOW it wd, ors IN the Far Went, particularly In the For Southwest, the newly ar rived settler often find) that he linn strange neighbors not only Indians, but white desperadoes, who nre morn to be feared tliiin even Utes and Apaches. Two young friends of mine good. Steady, New ICiigland born young men were so unfortunate us to buy liuiA In the vicinity of nn especially ugly nieniliei of this outlaw fraternity. They bad been brought up to obey the law, and respect the properly uud rights of their neighbors. They...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 December 1900

' DIUALMAGE, .! I8COCB8K. nnr Nntlon'n Neade-We Blionlil "I" More Onttltade to God For nil - Onr Lank of Appreciation ...-.Toif, n. -D.r- Tal.e "" . discourse ot inrminn patriot W the resource of our conn- K j nrpdictn the time when all the r 10 it hnre the nie lilcRaimra. Hi 111 fill nT 1 ,,; . !-( t lire. leviam-un aai. iu, ih thrV" gates;" J'imlm exlvii, 20, 'wh not Henlt to witn any ration. ' r-ntet necrla of our coiin- "Ve Vnt'""10 to God for the un "'. i .neritv bentowed upon un. 1 J ml ten'" ralla u to international r nn What nation on all the plan- . l,rl aiich en nreeincnt ol ,1.1 opportunity is now opening "Thl nation? Cuba and l'orto Rico . okilinnine Island" hrmiiilit into F Ultart with n1 through steal- , he afforded by Conptreaa. all the ,3 of South America will be brought j nctive traie wun me t.niwMi f "On the aouth three Rates." konr neit-'loor neighbors, the south 'itiMi lin'1 neinliborinn colonics, I from European eonntries 3000 "t T Jl75.noO,nOO worth of poods in...

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. — 20 December 1900

V tW 4 .1,. Aniuterestingprotnictcd meet ing is in progress at Covalt. Mr. aud Mrs. John Marks, of Dublin township, nrolinppy over the arivaJ of a brand new boy. Go to C. C. Honder's for your Christmas candyIn prieo from 7 wnts a pound to 40 cents. A daughter was born to Mr. Mrs. William Knablo of Ayr township, last Friday night. Nuts of all kinds, also a full line of Christmas candy, at Robinson's. A Royal Arcanum council was instituted at Morcersburg last Thursdayy evening with twenty five charter members. Go to C. C. Honder's store for Holi day Goods, Dolls, Fancy Articles for trimming Christmas trees, and all kinds of Fruits and Nuts. ''See his stock before you buy. Ben Simpson was in town Wed nesday, lie says tho report of tho assayist is favorable on his coal Shipponsburg relatives havo received word of the death iu the Philippines of First Lieutenant Howard M. Kootz, of Co., F. in fantry, formerly of this place. Don't use any of the counterfeits of DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

-ii: ji , . I r , I, ..".'I'm.! i ' U f U Evj' ' titi lli Ijll L Up AW JLUME 2. DEATH RECORD. .-fioHavo Been Called to Their -ai Reward Curing the Week. milTON. Mrs. Margaret 'ton, relict of Andrew Ham med at tlie home oI her ltcf) Mrs. Bennett in Har mon Saturday, December ,0, agod about .80 years, d'hor husband, who was a rsrTctt'rau, lived here for a ,cr of years, and died She was interred Wedncs dastweck in the M. E. yird in town beside her jt a short service being ;fu'd iu the Lutherau church ,'r.Wolf. tSThos. Koss Sipes died . residouco near Harrison ,n the H'th inst., aged 40 . ... ..,41,.-. ovwl 1 t rl'lt.O Ki mourns ,d been seriously ill for sev enths of spinal disease and .eh trouble. Ho was a good 3, 8 kind and loving father; .) an eminent degree, he had nfidencc and respect of all aewhiin. He is survived , wife and three clnldreu. mains were laid to rest in metery at Asbury, Friday k)U, Kcv. Seifert, his pas iducting the services. The hwus crowded to the doors sorrowing ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

THE BANKS BULWARK. Secretary Gage Sees in Them a Guar antee for the Future. SPEECH TO NEW YORK BANKERS. Poind Out the Great Change Which la Taking Place la Our Pogition-From a Debtor Na tion We Are Becoming a Creditor Nation--Bnnka a Check Upon the Aggressloni of Capitalistic Combinations New York (Special). The annual dinner of Group VIII of the Now York Btate Bankers' Association, comprising lending financiers of New York city, wan bold at the Waldorf-Astoria. Col. Alfred C. Barnes, president of the As tor Place Bank, presided. At his right at Lyman J. Uaso, Secretary of the Treasury. In Introducing Mr. Gage ns the prin cipal speaker of the evening President mimes Bfttii the Now York bankers Joined with the Baltimore bankers in what the latter recently said when they hoped that Secretary Cage would re main In office for four years more. Secretary Gage in his address re viewed briefly the history of questions telatlng to public finances since the close of thp Civil War, and called ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

REVERIES OF A BACHELOR. f irm drnr of U days "gone 'iSfShich I cherish now I tllPV teiiOI Ull. Wlblll'lVU Nlfllr vow. wi, from giddy head, ''LlVa glint of gold; Cinn.y heart until 'IP'" ... I....,rt OM.U- CCi III. - mold of her pretty foot; ,.ffirof pink; jwlialit in the olden days :'-1'""kby"nk- -Newton Tho scarlet strand of a rihhnn, worn And faded by passing time; It glowed sownrmnt her snow-white throat When life mis a joyuu.i rhyme. A kerchief dninliJy edited in lace A bit of n flpotU's thin; What subtle sense of a living love Its delicate odor brini! What treasures dear of the dav agone Are these which I cherish now! Y hat loves they tell of the withered past Newkirlt, in Columbus State .Journal. TljE ROMANCE OF ELIZABETH). ER name, Elisabeth Fried- I hPlm. was Herman. Ilor blue, 6 ,.yp8 and flaxen bnlr nnd her M- nihle were Uermnn. But nothliKt of the Teutonic re brr ninnncr, nnd her wny of st her work and executing '.linee sfeps across the kitchen .be thouulu Mrs. 1'rntt was...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

f . - i Ui i OU U i S 1 V IN L V v . Published Every Thursday. 15. W. Peck, Editor. - , , , . ,. . , McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 27. 1900. ublished Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKIITIRINO rtATBS. Per square of 8 lines 8 times fl Ml. l'er fwjuure enoh mihHetvient Insertion.... 50. All ntlvprtlsemnnln Insorted for letw thun three months cenrKeil by the xquure. B mow. flmoH. 1 yr. .... Sfi.lK). 4(1.(1(1. 50.(10. .. .. 40.00. I ISH.OO. 7IUX). One'fonrtb iiulumn... One-hiHf column One Col (imn Nothing Inserted for leu thnn tl. Irofefwlonal Cards one yeur IA. School Reports. ' Morton's Point school Levi I'. Morton, toucher, third month Number enrolled, 8:1; attended every day, Grace Wink, Louie Morton, Sadie Forner, Hlaneiie Wink, Jessie Wink, Bertha Truax, Minnie Strait, Maggie Mellott, Stella Mclluay, Ida Hard, Nellie Mortou, Harry Wink, Howard Strait, Irwin Garland, George Wink, Ira Forner, John Morton, Thomas Morton. Forest Dale school Lorenzo Truax, teacher third month...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

oriii lay !i, lit. . i niuj lev fi'i'ii nitli. r I"1 91?. ;ki db ett vo' ie tc: Quat; verl iPAN pi Sioro- !' FULTON COUNTY NEWS, rjlK J t.VM SC 1 1 K.A1E It -S TAILOR CALLS ON HIM TO COL LECT HIS LITTLE BILL I jMitJnr Crofoot. Grntpfnl Tor the Cf((llt "EileniliMl lo lllni. TnUen (ho tIo ol the sl""r" Into the I'nlTjrr- Copyrlfilit, 1000, ty O. D. Lewli.) ! triion Major Crofoot ronclicd Ms of- ix the other morning, tie round Ills iWt t,ic ,,oor-' Tn0 nllor had boon jre for nn hour. He hud u bill In his imU'i'l lie ,vns etermlnnd to prvnont , t person. J ue major iookou a hit artlcd nt mgiu 01 'e crouuor ue hnil rfn doilsli'S fo1, "even months, but lu hrenth he pulled Himself tocother. tended Ills lmnd and heartily ex- ilucu: Bv George, but this Is a curious co- xidenco Indeed! Tnlk of mental to ,hy, but your face was heforo mo 11.. n . .i.i.ni j I itrUCK uiu ui bi nimii -jlajor Crofoot, I am here" Te, yes; you are hero about a Ilttlo !i,md I am B,ll' ' lt- Cotno In and sit 'rt. Do yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

per advo 3 CARMEN SYLVA AS A CHILD. Knnm.nln't Story-Trlllim Jiiern Wa IhixkIiikIItii utiil 1H or I nrrKj. The surroundings, work nml person allfy of Klizabcth, Queen of Houmii nla known td the world of letter as Carmen Sylva ure the' subject mut ter of nn article lu the Woman's Home Companion entitled "The Queen Who Writes Fairy Tales." The author, George T. II. Davis, thus writes of the childhood of the queen-otfthor: "Her father was a limn of deep learning, author of a notable philoso phical work, nnd entertained the lend ing scholars of his time it his cnstlo on the Ithlne. Here she was' horn, lu 1843, ou the 2!)th of December, missing by only four duys being a 'Christmas child.' As a ehlld Klimibelh was a prodigy, at least In the great Imagina tlon nnd overflowing energy she pos sessed. Mich a bundle of nervous en ergy was she that when, nt the ago of five, her portrait was being painted It was almost Impossible to make her sit quietly. Pleading and threats were alike unavailin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

4. ;llk, lllil 1M piT ill I. LS tl II, III)' iviu P 1 l-lll'l tin liT l:H fl. it. ,vl(' nil OH' prlii tiiui. fir" el Jl i'iu lllUU lll'lll ,llll . (ill jdV' ulin ,f It .llH'I'l anil in ll tw ' Thl, tv. i Vmvr nr Hlir. .hlld Just In her teens, who wa.l A panylnK her father to a stro?t car Austin, imdrtf-nly mw a grass snake mm a knothole In thn sidewalk. "'fir papa." cjclnlmod the startled niter "'ll'l yon see th( snake?" 'ft cinn. bent upon work, declared 'then th'llttle girl made thin stag inquiry: Why I" ,l' napa, ",nt "iik'1" don't thpm"l voh out crawling on their fLrhs the way they do?" X father caught the first car, but "" v. .11.1 u.i ho tolrt hU rhllit tn Jnrp ne u"1 ' t,ot the SHnie l"cstlon at n,'r mother. n. Weather Ilureau station at ,Jo Ala"!"1- nflH now ,),,,'n ln ,P('rn .' .........atint over a venr. The '''.."ti.mneraUire during that period j 68 degrees below rero In January (the pre-uw n Is HtillJ'""tly asserted that ttin lnrgn " ' 0 ii.f.mt mortality In this coun I'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 December 1900

Wells f i l.hA'. ' A. A.t An A.i ' ' A HA j.A Aa j. rv .,: DOWN THEY 60! ! PI krrVA t,( Anion : i VW Martin Baker and si Trough Crook vWvd the A. F. TWuhiv u!c. M is.H (.'. t :-tuuk:i.rd Prof. Tj. (.:.':'iit(fnknrd foul' ' ' . f, ..... ; I i I I ( ( ( i : ' i ( I I ( . i ( 'K ucatod by his -ax carmen syston andwifo.of -Siting friends in imniliv,jrdayan(1 Sunday. The mirroui;l"8. J. C. MelluU ality of KU with the family of nia-known in chambcrsburg. Carmen Sy r. , . , Coinpnnio' are ' spending ijo.tyc!. Writes : fr. iVck's Da'routs. n " ' to .vlrs. Isaac l'ock. A "lipr'onnis Morgrct, of near Hancrttik, was visiting his brother-in-law Mr. T. R. I'almer. Our old soldier friend, Jamos O'llourke, was visited in this vi cinity .Saturday and Sunday. Mr. T. R. I'almer continuos se riously ilL We hope for his speedy recovery. . Capt. Kershner has been suf fering from rheumatism for some tirno. Mrs. Levi Broadstone is suffer ing from a severe burn. Her clothing caught fire, apd before it coul...

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. — 3 January 1901

At J- KINDNESS. 4 Ma m ftorrto. Tale colter, dtan wit and ny of IJtch alloil at the qdlady tor bad no it. She 1 man ' ! .ill's VOLUME 2. NUMBER1". McCONNELLSBURG. PA., January 3. 1901. tettt !0U CUPID'S FRANKS. Fulton County People Who Were Married During 1000. JANUARY. 8. John H. Wible and Llllie Brant at Hustoutown by Rev. Sarvis. 8. William H. SJiaw and Viola B. Slpea at Hustontown by Rev. Sarvis. 17 Andrew Rotz and Delia Rummel at McConnellsburg by Rev. Smith. 24 Jeremiah Bair and Ella Troxel at War ford sburg by Rev. Yost. FEBRUARY. . 2. Jeremiah L. Heefner and Lillie M. Kirk by Rev. Sparks. J Richard O. Truax and Alice E. Keith at Enid by Rev Sparks. 4. Nathan II. Stevens and Jen nie Brant in Taylor township by Rev. Roberts. ' 7. James R. Peck and Annie Peck of Belfast by Rev. Punk. 11. Wilber M.Mills and Blanche J. Berkstresser by Rev. Ash. 13. Abram 0. Mellott and Elsie R. Sipes of Licking Creek by Rev. Hughes. 14. John M. Clevenger and Bessie Sipes of Taylor by Rev. Sarvis....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 January 1901

rv r ... ; INQUIRY. Jiands Legal Recoj. i Innocence. ,.'.. , -FEND HIS HONOR. 'ft French Premier He . . ..tie Ihe Statement of Henri 1 it He Sent to Emperor William iiolcn from the Embassy at Paris 1 Protests. . tjf (By Cable). Dreyfus has wrlt 1 ' 'ft to the premier, M. Waldock-Rous- ' rau, classing as another falsehood a opnt statement of M. Henri Rochefort fa the Instransigpant that he (Dreyfus) . .nad sent to Emperor William of Ger J"many In 1894 a letter stolen from the ; t German embassy at Paris, and which. .annotated by the Emperor, constituted formal proof of the crime "for wh'.ch I have been twice unjustly condemned," and adding: "My Innocence is absolute, and legal .roni.lt.lon of thin Innocence by a re vision I will seek to my last breath. I am not the author of the bordereau annotated by the Emperor, which In a forgery, nor of the original, authentic bordereau, written by Esterhazy to ware Henry. All the principal authors of my IniqultouH condemnation are frtill alive. ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 January 1901

WHAT8 LOVE? Vny toll me what ii Love? A thing Of whirh the bird A ml. poets sing? A meluci Intanaiblt. Jlut wondroiiV sweet And heeutifulT Or in it sonic rare Prize ' Thftt money buys? Or is it something vague, kA hint Which finds development In print? Or ii it sacrifice And shame Kndured . In that dear name? Or in it that plain Sentiment Which pay the bill ' For clothing, food and rent? Or it it heart and soul and mind Wind To the world; clear-eyed and true To itself; ready to do ' And tc suffer; willing to givo Or to lake; To live Or to die for it own lake? Or is it fain and longing, Cyes wet With team That never can forget? Or ia it Pray toll mo what is love? -William J. Lnnipton, in New York Sun. I A STRANGE CAPTURE. S lOOOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCDO -yr T eight bells on nn October night In the year 1S13, the ysy fiiHt sailing brlganllue Cor (i lear, of New York, bound tome from Capo Town. Cnptaln Jubes! Starkweather, lay drifting In n thick lea fog, without as much breeze as ivould ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 January 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published fcvery Thursday. B. W.Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jan. 3. 1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADV1I.TW1HO BAT EH. Per ftqunrfl of 8 lino S times Per square each mihseti'ient Insertion..., All advertlNeinenM Inmrted for less tbres month oeariied by tbe square. II SO. hO. than 8 tnos. fl num. I yr. One-fourth column loftTliaoo. j t".". One-bnlf column lifi.oo. 40.'). 1 KO.m. One Column 40.00. M.Oft Ift.m, Nothing Inserted for less than II. Professional Cards one year A. Ruth Richard' Fnncrul. From the Welling Dally Mall (Knnsiis). Mr. A. A. Richards is a son of Hon. John T. Kichards of Buck Val ley. Editor. A. A. Richards, editor of the Mail, arrived last night from Washington, D. C. When ho re ceived a telegram announcing his little girl's death, he tried to get a leave of absence for his sou Clarence so that they could come together, but was compelled to start alone. He stopped only fif ty minutes on the entire trip, thirt...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 January 1901

o-i FULTON COUNTY ;H-J. K. JOHNSTON? FARTvIERS' INSTITUTE, reimorcf P.f Jan. J6 and 17f 190L r- r "r,'"; "1717 ''it- - ii. ;.ia :i'inti'".ki.r-::iii C.iiart. :r - i!-ii,rt;;i nr-. Ian.. : ami I!. 0 O o o o 2 S o 6 O o y o y , f ."tX".-;-'---F;r i;;,-ri am y u.:v. lt.";: I ! I'' ';- J; A. .r. . j,r-f "n. fl.-ri '..i,i."-. ,6 I .- r. li Jl .o -1.... .wrt -jr.- rstm ir vv rf:.ti u a", tin an ai- r t- r r- ) ,. I - ' 1 sn.l rh:;- " - -jrt.r; T:;!i-rv.'ar.F t . f LLTOr CO,M .V P.:HtheJ fviry Thr -J.-. . H. V, pf.if. tJA.r. MoCON NELLSfiU P G. PA. Thurso vr. Jaa 1, t'jl. Pa:-lr;;-e.i W,;k:7. :i7;,-r A.'.r.um h A.Jvj,,vc. -. "n-. .1 ,(.-.. . .... . tV ..., ..".I ...'' l'.-'p.t ..... . - SiiCt R.cii.irJ' fniwril. i. .V-.. -. ;."'!.. i'i ..... Mf , - , . . -f . i - A. A. k'.cUc-U .v.'vr ,'. -f.i,l. arr'vorj ;:-'. AA '.V.jui'pn'J-.- 1. 0. .'. '.V: ; ,. w.-.vl a .'-.-nil :..: .-.' ' ii'.ti 2"A:' .li.V. '.;:': ' s iv "'f ,,,. .".. .''-fiv. n A ' .. ' ?j'V !". rVl . !itlt ).''..'',-'. ' ' TV 1li...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 January 1901

ItMIrtM Wll4 PULTON COUNTY NEWS. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Topi For th AVci-k IlrnlnnlnR Jan. 'U"V""",'n by llv, H. II. loIe. TnneJ.! dirwurd look. I'hil. lit, 1214. The month of y Inminry tlnt-ives Its nuiuo from Jnuii.q, an old Itullftu oJ tlmt hud two faces poiuUliK lu opio ulte direction!. The month Is well named, for It dIho points two nays, for nt the beginning of tho your, while we look forward, we aloo look backward.' It la w11 at timed In onr lives to look both ways. Tnul realized tliat, as wo , can see from tbo rcfereuco which we have bofore us, and at no time lu life Is It more fitting and appropriate to fol low Paul's example In this respuct than at the boKlunlng of the yeur. Let us, then, carefully and prayerfully tako a backward and a forward look, with the hope and prayer that tho future may be a constant Improvement upon the 1. A backward look. "Forgetting thoso things which are behind." Paul recalls the past and concludes that tho bfiBt thin to do Is to forget It Ho was p...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 3 January 1901

rv ,1 1' j .1;, ' 1 i 1 : ; c. ! ; . i. ' 1 ':.- t v. TEE COMING fee crrx Pen Pictures of the .Men cf Three Prrr- ties "Who Win Ccndurt Afiiiirs At tizrrLsbuTZ. t ifr x. I U' M' - . u r - Ft"- l.-i . i- : I -! ill-' . . : (.f- -.f.r ... 5T2:::ng rovnces in real life. iinw T:-ittse Leaden Ccmr fnm toe Sanka to fsitot! t. Grrmraani. Their Qta-TCter-'ritit-j nf Traits a. rrrrr Arja-t f-rom Par-Citttuijiii;--Li-t Srtorte and Struxz'-es of Me-tr Wse Vatrrv-er Ar Frtu- Muasehoid V otoj. . f . .... ,. - t , r-n .....:.., v.-rin a v.-j Civ ; t-rvn:- . 1 - ' V-.- - -. v; l'-L ' : - ir: " Xlnr ttttr 'V .... Ittrttininar Mi :Itfi)MTMi ii.---. -I- Hi. f'--'' . l-m-.-l -t".i. 11. 'I-t 2 ii.inr'i if ii'intm li.-fiv.--. JU-iiij- r-tuij. .liauin. i:i .i)il Minimi 4t "t .muCi tWt- Oum jmutiiiki .u. uj-t-4lti- liityu.n!. Ti. iiinm'.t .i. v--it :ixuiii Iir :t ilmi ;puini f.-vi T'iri. air tr lut ir-niiur if -In- -cat-., -riiii- .t j- Iirwuru, --- .iw-.. iint Iwu-v tr.L jl J V'-tl. .rt -Iiiu- .n. .mr :1...

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