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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 July 1901

I WHY 00 YOU Oh mn with M(r eyes , Why do yon hurrv 10? In vour haute to gain the prize You mi much ah you bo; You hcsr no song birds mnft. Nor strny in flowery places; You never stay to bring Olnd smiles to wenry faces Why do you hurry sot Oh stay it little, sUyl Why do you hurry go? There ore blossoms along the way That never again ahall blow; The grave ia at the end Of the way that you are taking Stay a little, friend, And aoothe some heart that's aching Why do you hurry o? I, Mrs. Laton's Tea. NSCOXCEI lu the depths of I her big arm-chair, a imillo lighting tip her flue old face that her white balr framed with a crown of (mow, Mrs. Uaruiou was considering her nephew Andrew, a good-looking young fellow of twenty-eight, who, for his part, was eoiiHid erlng the timepiece on the mantel, whose IkiimU, were already well past three o'clock. "Well. Andrew, do you find my clock very IntereHtliig?" In some confusion the young man stammered au excuse, but she went on: "Now don't deny It, y...

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. — 18 July 1901

FULTON COUNTY NbWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 18, 190t. Published Weekly. ?1.(X) per Annum in Advance. ADVKKTIS1NU Hrm Prr uii:ireof line 3 times II M. For Mtutirf. etoh MirceMtient Insertion... All lulvnrtix-mrnl Inwrtril fur less throe monitiK vvurxel hy tho wjiiaru. hi. tluin 8 nius. j t mil 1 1 yr. One-fourth column. One-hull column.... One Column ..HMH. I f jo.oo. . . 2S.0O. 4fl.(X. . .. 40.00. NS.OO. KtCUXI. fiO.OO. nil). Nothing inierMMl for lew than II. Professional Curd) one year Restrictions of French Cirl Life. "The program of what a French girl may or may not do is drawn up very precisely," declares Th. Bentzon (Madame Blanc), in The Ladies Homo Journal for July. "Unless she is poor and has to earn her own living she never goes out alone. The company of a friend of her own age would not be sufficient to chaperon her. It is an established rule that novel readiug is a rare exception. She is entirely subject to her pare...

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. — 18 July 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. FOR THE LITTLE ONES.' four Mountain Llona Mad HI Hair Stand on End. I whh in ttu; mountains of Idaho Tjth ft friend nnd we rnn whort of froth mnut, ko ono day I took my jpin nnd started olT uloin. I wnnt into a raviiio nnd wn making my w along a little brook, when I i'.htii' Hiiddcnly upon n quorr piglit. x,'ot four feet in front of mo, in tho full blaze of tho kiiti, lay four moun inin lions anlorp. For half a minute I tlimight thorn dead, but aK I stood fitnring at them with my heart in my mouth every one of tliem sprung up with a growl. Then they faced round at mo, look ing ugly, pnilling tho air with their whiskers drawn back, showing the vrliitc line of their teeth, switching their tails nnd looking like demoiv. As for mo, 1 flood ro"tod to the fnot. I wouldn't move, from sheer fright. A, queer numb sensation begun in my ankles and crept up my body, nnd I literally felt my hair rise. I stood there motionless for sev eral minutes; then one of tho beasts dropp...

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. — 18 July 1901

' New York City. The simple sailor waist, with contrasting shield and stock, Is a marked favorite of the sen loo and possesses thn merit of suit- Mm - CV Kks&s WOMAN'S SAILOB SH1KT WAIST. ins many styles uud materials. As shown, It Is of ox blood mercerized chambray, with stitched bands of a darker Hhade. collar and shield of white all-over tucked lawn, oud Is de signed for wear with odd skirts; but the model is admirable for the popular shirt waist suits of chambray, linen and the like, and nil skirting materials are suitable for the separate waist. The back Is smooth across the shoulders and is drawn down in gath ers at the waist line. The fronts .-ire plain at the upper portion, but full at the waist where they blouse slightly, and the neck is finished with the ailor collar that terminates in points. The shield of white Is joined to the stock, then stitched to the right front, beneath the collar, and hooked or but- AN EMPIRE toned Into place on the left. A sailor knot of the ...

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. — 18 July 1901

FOLLY OF EXTRAVAGANCE Dr. Talmage Says Causes the Great Fi nancial Disturbance Which Takt Place Every Few Year. PEOPLE WHO LIVE BEYOND THEIR MEANS. ICorrriiM mom Washington, 1). C In this discourse Dr. Talmaee shows the cause of the great financial disturbance which take place every few years, and arraigna the people who live beyond their mean; text, Jere miah xvii, 11, "An the partridge iitteth on egga and hatclieth tbem not, po he that getteth richea and not by right tliail leave them in the midst of hia day and at hi end shall be a fool." Alluaion ia here made to a well known fact in natural history. If a partridge or a quail or a robin Vrood the egga of an other specie, the young will not atay with the one that happened to brood them, but at the first opportunity will as tort with their own apeciea. Thoae of us who have been brought up in the country have seen the dismay of the farmyard hen, having brooded aquatic fowls, when after awhile they tumble into their nat ural elpment,...

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. — 18 July 1901

1 Road Hot tot tor's ad this week. James AAStewart of Greunhill spont Mommy in town. INvrless Horse and CatUo I'ovv dei3 packs for -"c at RoNn son's. For n cool refreshing drink of soda water, call at Will Pieksou's drug store. John Uann killed a rattlesuake near Saluvia Tuesday that had eighteen rattles. Kead J. K. Johnston's new ad vertisement this week, for hot weather gxds. Corn Plows, Harrows, and Ag ricultural Implements geuerally at VV. H. Nesbit's and prices right. German has been made an op tional study for the junior ami senior years intheChambersburg high school. Miss Maggie Mi'haels,sister of Mrs. (It.'O. AV. Flays, of this place, fell and fractured her arm at her home in Everett last week. Attention is directed to the new advertisement of U. Sierer & Co., Chambei'sburg. They are offer ing special bargains in furniture. In selecting pine apples it is wed to remember that the tops of the finest ones have smooth edges while those of the poorer grade are saw edged. Fers...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 July 1901

-V. tlf. , - . 4' F j n N N VOLUME 2. KAI.IMI Bt'KNS tATTKRSOX. lntcrctinn IiiliM inatioM Gathered from Ills Comrades. As was stated iu those columns ii.-.t week, Ivalpli 13. Pa tterson 'a remains were shipped by express from San Francisco, Friday even ing, July li'th. The remains reached Mercersburg, last Fri day morning, July -10th, and wore brought to McConnellsburg on the evening of the same clay by undertaker Stoter. The fuueral took place from the res'deuco of K. Sharpo Patter son, brother of the deceased, on Saturday afternoon, and inter nal. t v.;t made in the family lot in rin'ou cemetery four miles soi:Vi .f this place. In addition to a large number of iriends present at the funeral, King Post, G. A. R. attended in a b.dy, and eight of Ralph's com rades irom Frankliu county, who served iu the Philippine war and who returned just a few days ago, came over and acted as pall benrors. The names of these comrades are Corporal F. K. Bradley and C. K. Eusminger, of l-oltz; Emery ...

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. — 25 July 1901

FAITHFUL WIFE OF DOM PAUL" DEAD. Victim of Pneumonia After an Illness of Three Days. HER PLAIN AND HOMELY LIFE. Waa the Mother ! Sixteen Chlldrca, end Wba Helped tba President ! the South Alricaa Republic Save and Keen Millions of (Md-Proud of Hr Husband, and Devoted to Him aod Hit Interests. Pretoria (By Cable). Mrs. Kruger, wife of President Paul Kruger, ff ihe South African Republic, died here of pneumonia, after an illness of three days. She wa 67 years old. Her long separation from her hus band, combined with the death of her favorite daughter. Mrs. Smith, last week, had completely broken her spirit. Mr. Eloff and other relative of the Kruger family were at her bedside when she passed away. President Wetpt and Prays. London (By Cable). "Owing to the Sunday telegraph hour in Holland." says a dispatch to the Daily Mail from Hilvcrsum, "Mr. Kruger was not in formed of his wife's death until the even ing. The news was broken to him by Dr. Heymans and Secretary Boescho ten. "Mr. Kru...

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. — 25 July 1901

IN THE CLOAMINC. When the dunk in slowly creeping, shut- ting out (lie glar of day; When the evening star in beauty trem- dim wun reitugent rnyj When the violcta' dewy fragrance subtly soothe the sting of pain Ehcn the mind tiima inward, backward, to the joys of youth again. In that hour of dear rommunion with the vnires of the paat Haunting memories throng upon ua, bring ing joys too sweet to lust; All the anguish of the present for a little apace ia flown, And the soul goes forth unfettered to a ' kingdom of ita own. There ia pain in the awaking when the huali of night ia paat. And the morning bring ita aorrowa, and our dreama are overnaat: But the dear God aends Ilia children, leat in trouble they forget. Glimpses of foretasted heaven nightly when the aun has aet. AnnaC. Porter, in Philadelphia Record. 9000O003O0900OO9OOOOOOO00C The Adventures of Rob Roy j g i j Airreu iiuuon. g OOQQCOCCCOOOOCOQCOOCOOOCCO THE popular Idea of this fa mous swordsman Is flint hp was nothing better t...

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. — 25 July 1901

I ULION COUiMV NEWS. Published Evdry Thursday. B. V. Plck, Editor. AkCONNELLSUUKG, PA. I'HUKSDAY, July 25. 1(X)1. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVRItTISIN.I IMTWs. Her Knnv of w iimpm 3 limp rs. Vt'T IH(llHrn Hli.'ll HMltftlltt'lli hiH'rlun . . .. Tut. All ttilvPrllscmtMit'H iMsprti'tl for lrsw limn thruti tnmuh tfeurK(il ly the sMjimrn. H nuts. 1 IS11HW. 7. if I r nCi f ii im" . . amo. i.uu .. iti.io. w m. I yr. ."slum. Otu.'-fiurt.h iNihinin.. Out- hull column (n l 'ithnnn NolhiriK hmprtiNl for loss than I'r.jr.s.smiml CunlHuuc yi;;lri. Anecdote of Jackson. lA.rmpr ( ;ov,.i-nor I'eterTurnev of Tennessee, had a peculiar ex porience with General, Stonewall Jackson. It was in Virginia, of course. Colonel Turuey had nev er seen the general, but about midnight received orders to pre pare three day's rations and be ready to move at a moment's notice. Two hours later came an order to proceed in a certain di rection, and that on a certain VMiiul, on the road he would find ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 July 1901

MJLiON COUNTY NLWS. i i 3 a 0 0 ? 0 0 xi 0 . ' M O M ' 0 " condensed stories; How Governcp D-ckcry of Missouri Prsc'.lccd Vhr.t Mo Preached. Tlir: (rAvernnr of Missouri it Mr. Alexander Monroe. kery, for runny year ii prominent fiuro In conjfroi'a. Governor Dockery i a oliticiim who frequently practices what lie prow-he;, lie preaches tho iloetritif! of complete citizenship. Io lu lieves that a man nhould norvo on n jury when culled upon to do so; Hint ho should pay taxes fully anil faithfully, and thnt. he tdiouhl voto as regularly and frequently as the law allows. Not long ago lio Fooke of Huno of thepe idean to ono of hi constituents in ('ullutin, Mo., where upon tho citizen, repirdinjr hi con gressman Homew hat familiarly, Fnid : "That's all ri'ht for you to talk in that way, Aleck, but what if you were ii.ked to work out yourpoll tax en the road, an many men do out here t" "I won't wait to ho asked," tho coining governor 'exclaimed. "I'll do it, anyhow." And, suro enough, it wa...

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. — 25 July 1901

' New York City. Rnthlng milts for young girls require to hp ample onil to allow perfect freedom before all else. Mohair Is the material that Is most liked and most fnsbionalile and OIKL S BATHING SUIT. blue and dark red with white trim mings ore the colors preferred; lint Serge and tlnniiel are correct and white suits are worn. The May Man ton mallei Riven Is up-to-daie in every particular, Is stylish at the same time that It Is absolutely comfortable. As shown. It Is made of dull blue mohair with collar and bands of white iu the game material and narrow black braid, but d'.lck trlmuilug cau be used with equally good results. The blouse and bloomers are made in one and close at the centre front, the skirt being entirely separate nud buttoned iu the back. The bloomers are loose and drawn up below the knee by means of elastics Inserted In the hems. The sleeves are short pulls and the big sailor collar is Joiued to the neck of the blouse. The shield Is stitched to the right side of th...

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. — 25 July 1901

1 Th Forttr's rharltsbl. Vlw. One by one 1he travelers entered the Bleeping car bound for the Exposi tion. "Porter," said a fat man. "Yes, .ah." "Put me off at Buffalo." The porter showed two rows of ivo ries in an affected grin. "Dat's purty Rood, sah," he said. An "octopuatic" looking man came in and looked at the porter with evidences of a smile twitching around the corners of his mouth. "Porter," he said. "Yes, sah." "Put me off at Buffalo." Then came a woman a brazen wo man who sprung the same old gag, followed by the two traveling men, who drew cuts at the farther cno of the car to see who would have the honor of in dulging in the witticism. And through it all the porter smiled. Finally he came oyer to my berth and sat down. "Dcy's some mighty humorous peo ple in dis world, sail," he said. "Very," I answered, as a tall man, faultlessly attired, came in with his head high in the air and passed us without a word. The porter looked surprised. "Say, boss," he said, following the t...

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. — 25 July 1901

Uoad Hosteller ,S .tl 'AH Puerlnws Horse and OatUo 1'ovv U : .IJ jvu-ks lor LTu: ;.l llol.irisnu'f.. (J. U. Stevens minion business trio to Oi'bi.Himia and Three Sp'gs Tuesday. Stop at Dickson's drug store and got a cool refreshing drink of soda water. Tim uoxt county touchers iusli tuto will bo hold the week begin ning with November s. Mr. and Mrs. J L Maun of this place are happy over the ur rival of Ixiy No. 2 last Saturday morning. Mr. Albert S toner set to work bright and early Tuesday morn ing to put a new roof on part of his dwelling. The steel roof put on the Coop er House nine years ago has serv ed ii.s day and is this week being replaced by a new tin roof. William Uglow, of Chambers burg, came over last Monday to siiHrintend the construction of Judge Morton's new brick-kiln. The child buried on last lion day inadeone thousand inter men ts in the Kverett Cemetery. The first, interment was made iu May, ls7.'. Mr. S. Houston Johnston aud daughter, of Mercersburg, sp.'iit a da...

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. — 1 August 1901

jfitttett MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., August 1, 1901. NUMBER 46. VOLUME 2. Kun-Off. Mr. George Waddoll, of Cali fornia, and Miss Ella Groigh, of Morcersburg, were the guests of Dr. West and daughter, Miss Ella, at the Washington House last Wednesday. As they were driving ovor from Morcersburg, and when between the toll-gate and the Hunter road on the ike, they saw a lady ap proaching thorn in great distress beckouiug them and trying to them to hasten, saying, "Our horse is dying'." "Hurry up and help!'" Mr. Waddoll. touched up his spirited team, and driving a few hundred yards, farther, found two more ladies, a demolished buggy, and a horse in a serious plight. The ladies were Misses Annie, Minnie and Ellio Pine, of the Lit tle Cove. These ladies had come over to MeConnollsbui-g, Tues day to get some dental work done at Dr. Stevens', and expected to return Tuesday evening. Their horse becoming sicl, they stayed all night, with Mr. and Mrs. Wnv Myers east of town, and started home Wednesday...

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. — 1 August 1901

PRESIDENT SHAFFER MEETS J. P. MORGAN. The Strike Leader and the Great Banker Confer. ADJUSTMENT OF THE DIFFERENCES? resldeat Schwab, of th Steel Trust, Was Pre seat at lh Interview, as Waa Also Secre tary Williams, of the Amalgamated Assocta-tloo--The Two Labor Lcadtra Slipped fasees Out of Pittsburg. (Haw yo srcciAL.) Formal negotiations for a settlement tf the great steel strike were opened fiere at a conference between President Shaffer and Secretary Williams, of the Amalgamated Association, and J. Pier pont Morgan and a group of his asso ciates, of the United States Steel Cor poration. The conference and the movements of the conferees were secret and no in timation of the result of the delibera tions has come from any one in au thority. It is believed, however, that substantial progress toward an agree ment was made and that formal an nouncement of the compact for peace will come within a few days. There has been much speculation as to the terms of peace, but much of it has been...

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. — 1 August 1901

mm THE BATTLE OF Dy H. E. Smith, Master-at-Arrns of the Momet During; tht Spanish-American War. 1 Tbe fact that perhaps tlie fiercest of what would be called Rinall engage ments, which took pince during the late war with Spain, anil was fought the 30th day of .Time, 18!), Id the har bor of Mnnzanillo on the southern coast of Cuba, wm but slightly brought before the public notice on ac count of Its being so shortly followed ou July 3d by the decisive naval en gagement In front of Santiago do Cuba, which resulted In the complete destruction of - Cevera'i formidable doer, has led the writer to give to the public a description of the memorable battle of Manzanlllo. I say memora ble, because I am confident It will ever be remembered by many and especial ly by the crew of the "Little Hornet," of wlileh by chance It was my fortune to be one. As a volunteer In the navy, I was serving on board the U. 8. S. Hornet (formerly Mr. Flagler's yacht Alecln, under command of u brave nnd able man In ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 August 1901

:; i i r t" V - I ijL.10 N COUNTY NEWS. J libiished Every Ihitsdiv B. W. Pl-ICk, i:dia'r. AkCONNELLSOUUG. I 'A. I'hursday. Aug. 1,-1C01. l'ubli.shed Wcckiy. Sl.UO per Annum. in Advance. Al IV KHTISI Nl! IIATKK. I'nr wimiro nf s llrn'.1 tlnn-. ... t IVr s.u n em'h nt!Miiu'fit InsiTlicm f All iulvMisCTl'i'hts In' r1'-l f..r 1"S '.hull Ihrt't? month, .'i-'iri.' 1 hy tin squur. 3 dii. ; iinios. i" yr. ftii'-f.Htrlh .-.tlutnli. Om'-h.iir CMhnuli i iru C'ibirim :r. it. i mi. : 44MMV Vi.HI. to . N'oi l-iM" in.irl.Ml for loss .h in1. l'nir"MHtnnl Cunts one f vr Gems of ThoufiM. It is better to do one's own duty, even though imperteotly, than to do another's duty well. Not by v epinjr nor by yrievinir does any obtain pe.ice of tnind. Seek this wisdom by doitjr service by s trout: search, by (piestion and lunniiity. Daoh fiilnro is success, aad eaeh sincere atleavpt wins its re-1 wurd in time. lie who seeks peace should draw out the arrow of plaiut and lamentation. The man who linds pleasure ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 August 1901

hULION COUNTY NEWS. fUM ?. h: 'if. lltvtam tit-: v iM lit.-.'-, r frfi-ntinir thr fn bird tld AM OPTIMIST. .it . ri.ati i rooted hw, ImU tliU krt flrdfrcrir Nn.' I ll( ;tit'nafi!, f i t is n- I Mve luvcr iMyrd, A h'wtuc ' tr thy t.m r h i 1 ! d-uf. Ah- iinhii w Hvht mil l.tiicfi ! riifitrcly nmr, IV ura oi,irHnl w li. i.i l.i.-r livrj eftwnwnt . im d. Tht'titfli (rriin niwhan'-i' wit). ri',1 ti'ii- rit!)'iri 'ihf tatu lie. ) mutl lh",v iMiidl ii"t tMcivity Nir t in itiiiflniu' tu.ih nr Inii'irp bur. X.i"V vi imp i-t, thi liimi (if 'Oil 'Irxlre f 'nlmhtM In 1 lie lrv rmiTi t tn-.biy. Hoiiicvvtiirn tho ni. rr.'.Ti wr : Mmnwhile -tar. -Lulu W, Mttth'-'l in Century. FAMOUS HYMNS. Cit'&'J. ,:'rr.co That Inoplred the Writ err, of S'jrrn of Them. Ti.n ci: . aiiif.ti'.iiccs that in; lired iu;nu'' of mir iL-at devoli.mal hvnuin jii list It'cjM-ii 1 1x i ill ri'st in bndi lha h ui (iinl Hint r nnd rpvyul tlint iniphty kinship of Ininiini houIk, Hint divine svinpiithy, llmt confiTS dentli ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 August 1901

Jm New York Clty.Tbe box Klou makes the very latest form of the popular Jacket and In much liked liotli for entire costumes and separate W-VSLuJ 'J ''It WOMAN'S BOX ETON. wraps. Taffeta, tucked mid phi In, black and white, Is much used for the latter purpose, hut etuuiliio Is some what newer and more durable, atid Is attaining great vogue. The May Man tou orlgiuul, from which the model was made, Is of the open mesh light weight tucked material In black, with revers and applique of cream Cluny lace over white, but cream makes a charming warm weather wrap and is peculiarly effective over the much worn white gowns; and entire cos tumes are made from linen and duel; as well as suitable silks anil wools. The Jacket Is simplicity Itself. The bucks fit smoothly and the fronts hang from the shoulders, without darts, in box style, the upper edges being ex tended and rolled back to form re vers. The sleeves are cut In coat style, but flare becomingly at the wrists. To cut this Eton for a woma...

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