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Mr. David A. linker U building n
house, and will have It under roof In
a few day.
Dennis Hurt anil wife of Hartford
City, Indiana, and Henry Desliong
and wife of Sipes Mills, were visiting
relatives In this pi (ice recently.
Clyde Hess, of Needmore, wan vis
iting the families of Kphralm Hurt nnd
AllH'rt riessingcr Suturduy nnd Sun
day. Hurvey Sharpe, teueher of Lcxuist
Grove school, spent Suturduy and
Sunday at his home on Timber Hldge.
Vincent Hart and John M. Truux,
an Jurors, will attend Court this week
Belle Dtehl is visiting her sister,
Mrs! James Pee, nt Kays Hill.
Oak Grove school opened lust Mon
day. Kmelino Mellott U very ill at this
Truyer meeting lit Whips Cove
church lust Sunday.
We had quite a black freeze, or
heavy frost on last Saturday night.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clayton Hixson, of
Amurunth, were visiting in the Cove
The Fulton County News Is just the
puper the people have lifen needing.
Diehl's finished threshing lust week
for this seuson.
Kd L. Diehl hus gone to Bedford
county, where he will open his school
on the 2nd of Octol)cr.
I'reuching ut Jerusalem next Sun
Si. .(it I Klu.rc leitvr this (Momliivl !
inornlntf for Philadelphia where he is
iv student In the veterinary department
of the University college.
King Jack Frost Is getting hi good
work In now. The client nuts here are
beginning to open up, and brown nuts
peep out nt daylight, and ut the fellow
who tries to knock 'em.
Home of our people who were over
flowing with patriot ism, braved the
cold weather nnd snow storm to attend
the J. A. It. picnic, held nt Three
Springs, last Suturduy. We leurn
that the "vets" of thut plnce ure going
to give a hnrd-tuck supper soon. Thut
Is where we all shine, "Savy him."
.1. Howard Kdwurds Is the happiest
man this side of McConnellsburg. A
little girl came to his house last week.
Howard, that calls for a blow out the
next time you come to town. We all
smoke on such occasions.
Quarterly meeting of theM. K.church
was held at Ion Saturday night und
Sunduy. The preacher In charge,
Kev. W. J. SchettlTer, preached Sun
day night. He also entreated his con
gregation to contribute 1llerully to
ward the cause i f Methodism.
The sad Intelligence of the death of
Mrs. Mary Stunkurd, wife of Commis
sioner Stunkurd has just liecn receiv
ed. The particulars have not been
learned yet. She had typhoid fever.
Ladies nre beginning to tnke a deep
interest in winter millinery.
Winter clothing Is being nlred
iret lid of the disuirrceiible odor
Ho fur, no poet has written anything
about the "woman and the rolling
pin." The trouble Is thut men who
possess information on the subject
don't care to write anything about It.
It Is snld of some people with bud
memories, thut whut goes In at one
ear goes out lit the other. This Is not
so bud as the case of more people of
whom It miiy In said thut what goes
In at one ear goes out of their mouth.
All kinds of stoves nt W. H. Nes
blt's. Cull, examine them, und get
prices before you buy.
Among the mnny beautiful tropical
plunts at the home of Mrs. M. Cromer,
of this pluce, of the most attractive
just now Is a veritable llg tree on
which are rupldly maturing sixty-two
HltriiAKK.U & Co., have just com
pleted a commodious photograph gal
lery In town, and ure now prepurcd to
do tlrst cluss work in every branch of
the art ut reasonable prices. They
guuruntee perfect satisfaction.
tiHAIIAM OIL COMPANY.
A cold wave passed over this terri
tory lust Suturduy, and Sunday morn
ing, wus the first that unything was
frozen. Kvery thing now looks as
though it was ripe. Seeding, picking
apples, and digging potatoes seem to
be the go among the farmers.
Our school made good progress lust
week under the management of W. E.
Frunk Hess is udding to his im
provements by putting a new roof on
Kdward Smith nnd wife visited Mrs.
Smith's father, Henry Ward, of Hobi
Wm. Spude, of Sipes Mills, is vis
iting relatives in this community.
Joseph HooiK-ngardner und wife vis
ited the fumlly of Kobert Carson,
Christopher W. Spude und brother
Frunk, of Kmmaville, were the guests
of Jacob Spude and family lust Fri
day und Saturday.
Jacob Kerns and daughter, of Pine
Grove, Md., visited the family of Peter
Cupt. Geo. L. Fisher and wife, of
Ilugerstown, spent part of lust week in
Luther K. Lynch lost a line colt lust
Mrs. Rebecca Sipes and Mrs. Mar
tin Sipes were the guests of Mrs. 13. F.
Dunlel Strelghtitf nnd wife, of Ilob
Isonvllle, visited Mrs. Streightiff's
parents of this pluce last Thursday.
Nathun Spude, and wife are visitinir
relatives near Emuuiville ut present.
Jucob Mills, of llobinsonville, was
seen in this community Sunduy even
ing. Hev. John Bennett, of Artemus,
preached an able funeral sermon ut the
Brethren church Sunday, upon the
death of Leonurd, the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Spude, of Sipes Mills.
The child wus burled at the Lutheran
cemetery in Buck Valley, some time
Mr. Thomas Puylordied at his home
in this township on the UUd nit. He
leaves four brother und sisters.
Mr. John Hess und Miss Ll.zle
Gregory were the guests of Mr. Kph
ralm Gregory lust Sunday.
Mr. S. A. Hess, of Deadwood, S. I).,
Is visiting his muny friends in this
We are sorry Prothonotury Lynch
was not in when our young bachelor
friend culled to get his marriage li
cense. We hope It is all right now.
Miss F.mma Pittman is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Rhoda Gregory.
Miss Clyde Hess, of Needmore, spent
a few days last week with friends ut
Hurrah for the pumpkin pie!
Misses Ellit Johnston and Edith
Kendall, accompanied by A. V.
Johnston, Jr., spent a pleasant
day in Chambersburg last week.
Hon. D. H. Patterson, of Web
ster Mills, was in town on Tues
day. We were glad to see him
able to be out again.
Seth and Merril Allen, of
Chambersburg, drove to Mrs. K.
C. Johnston's on Tuesday for
their mother, Mrs. Thomas Al
len, who has been visiting friends
in Wells and Ayr townships the
last two weeks.
Misses Nell and May Johnston
made the county seat a llyiug
visit on Monday.
Harry Ott hits entered the
store of G. W. Reisuer & Co., to
till the vacancy caused by George
Comerer quitting the counter for
the creamery at Webster Mills.
Harry is one of our promising
young men, and we wish him
At u recent meeting of Its stockhold
ers, the Grahuin Oil Company decided
to sell more stock and resume opera
tions on their property near Franklin
Mills, this county. While ubout sev
en years have elapsed since the com
puny first liegan operation, ajjd while
a well has been put down a tew hun
dred feet, yet there is not u spot in the
best oil territory In Pennsylvania
where a hole the depth to which that
one at Franklin Mills has been drilled,
Would be uny test nt all. Let money
be raised und the well put down 2iHKJ
feet If necessury. The company was
chartered by the commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, 1H!)2, with a cupitul
stock of $."iOH); i'I)0 wus paid up und
certilicutcs issued. The property of
the compunv Is now vulued at li"0,
which Includes engines und drilling
machinery nnd has lenses covering
ubout 3000 acres of land. The liabil
ities of the company amounts to JltiTi.HU
to dute; $12ii.".8;l hus lieen expended
for labor etc., in prospecting and drill
ing for oil.
Our Store is the Place to Go.
ftf & carry twice the stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING we
had three months ago, and we are going to sell
twice as much. Our large stock and low prices will
do it easily. This is not only talk but a business truth
and we can convince all who come.
Vlo have more piece WOOLENS than you will find in
the entire county, and we can make you, WE
know, the best fitting and the cheapest
to be found anywhere.
A. U. NACE & SONS.
P.ev. Francis M. Baker will preach
in the Presbyterian church at this
pluce, next Sunday morning and even
ing, and at Green Hill ut 3 o'clock
in the ufternoon.
Hev. Lewis Chambers will preach in
the M. K. church at this place next
Sunduy morning ut half-past ten.
Just now the Indies of MeConnellshiirK und elsewhere
are asking this question:
Where Is the Place
To get the most fashion
able and the best Hat for
the least Possible money
Af Si.i t imrMiire In McCnnnctlshtirs,, where wchnvejust
VVC AnSWer received from the eastern cities a full line of all
The Latest Things In '
You are respectfully invited to call soon and see
our new goods.
Stinson Lyon. On the 2.1th of
September ut the Cooper House by
Rev L). P. Druwbuugh, Burton I.
Stinson of Murkleshurg, Huntingdon
county, to Miss Nora Lyon of Huston
town, this county.
Butkhhaugh McFaddkn. On the
2Hth of September nt the Luthern par
sonage by llcv. D. P. Urawbuuge,
William Buterbuugh of Mercersburg,
to Miss Blanche McFadden of Full?..
a; j. irwin & co.;
"The frost is on the pumpkin
And the fodder in the shock."
Mr. .1. M. Tritle of near Ft. Loudon
spent lust Thursday with friends here.
A numlier of young men from this
section spend "the hours 'twixt dark
and duwn," in hunting coon. One
gentleiuun suys coons are more source
than deer. (Hedidn't spell deer, how
G. B. Mellott spent Suturduy night
Many of our citizens ure court at
tending. Jock Peek, of Rock Hill llidge, vis
ited his nephew, Miner Peck Oct. 1.
Prof. Kmery Thomas husmoved from
his brother's home to that of his sis
ter in Thomustown. Kven bachelors
are not exempt from the trials of mov
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tritle, and two
children spent Saturday lust with
friends near Ft. Loudon.
Our old friend Davy Goodman Is
visiting his many friends here.
Misses Kate und Winnie Metz
ler attended the festival at Fair
view Saturday evening and spent
Sunday with their uncle Hiram
V. R. Johnson nnd Mrs. Lee
Johnson liave. gone to Greene
county to spend some time with
The frost and ice of Sunday
und Monday morning blackened
sweet potato vines and wilted
the standing corn.
George Hockensmith is sick,
threatened with typhoid fever.
James Foreman is able to be
out a little after an illness of two
Quito a lot of upples have been
picked and many more bushels
Mrs. F O.Cook, of K. Broudtop, is
visiting her father, S. T. Orlssinger.
Mrs. (i. H. McCoy, of our town, is
visiting friends in Newville, Newburg,
Miss Myrtle Sipes, of Wells Tan
nery, was the guest of friends In our
town lust week.
Charles Thomas, who handles the
yard-stick for C. B. ('rum, of Saltillo,
snout Sunday with his parents in this
John Mills, who has been handling
the rod of correction und training the
young mind how to shoot, ut Hurre,
Huntingpon county, has closed h
school for an Indefinite period on uc
count of ill health, during which timo
he will remain among the choseu peo
ple of "N. (1."
Li..le Baker, Cora Stunkurd and her
brother Muck, of Wells Tannery, spent
Similar In mil' quiet town.
Beginning October iJ, and end
ing November (5th, every post
master in the United States is re
quired to weigh separately every
clttss of mail matter as well as
the pouches, sacks and locks, sent
out from his ofllce, and report
the exaet total of each day's send
ing in pounds and ounces. This
work is required once every four
yenrs, tne result or which deter
mines the compensation of rail
roads for transporting the mails.
For offices which dispatch a num
ber of mails each day, the thirty-
live days' weighing represents a
great amount of extra work for
which there is no additional compensation.
Goldsmith the Tailor.
The picnic seuson is over.
Trouble Is the greatest stimulus to
The trouble which murrled life is,
there Is no umpire.
The screen door und the straw hut
A grateful dog is better tjiun an un-
Kverybody in New York now swears,
Patron ie the merchants who adver
tlse in the News.
Friday, October 20, hus been named
as Fall Arbor day.
The person who has no scruples
about tuking almost everything else
is often conscientiously opposed to
tuking a hint.
The statement thut gout's lymph hus
est-bHshed Itself as a cure for insun-
ity will doubtless meet with many scl
Science will prove itself reully won
derful when. In this age of chainless
wheels, horseless carriuges, etc., it
crowns its achievements by producing
a boneless shud. J
Cool weather meins bitter uttcn
dunce ut chiii-clic. Uidges. ei;.
tiKANH AKIIAV OF X
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
THIS V KICK
we ure now ready In nhow yon our
new Hue of Full uud Wliiler(ioMti,r
flsiiiur of llahliuore. New York
riifhuMlihlu styles. The komK Neleut
el lor tie- lull uud wluter un- exuep
llouull! -ut In (IcnIko uud uttruutlve In
style. e, with our Hue of uoodx rei-
L reseut the lurtrest mlllluery estublUii-
i men! lu the eouutry. You huve the uil-
X vuututfe of IIiIm Htore by huylutf your
X ko.hIn of us. Look through our Hue lie-
fore iHiyluu your full or wluter hut. We
X iriiuiuutne nullNfuetlou unit our price
X ure below ull uompetlllun. You mux!
be KuliNlied wllh our wmmU or huve your
mouey buek. We huve trimmed huts
X from Soo. up. mitrfiiimed huts Jftii. up.
X Oolf huts uud Suitors iu ull color uud
X prleeN. Children's I'outH, Huin, I'upes
und Hoods, iiuhv lioot und Shoes.
X Hut Pins. Ileuuiy IMns, Melt und Ntek
X lluekles, Hut Ilueklex, HuudkerchlefN,
X Neekties. Vellluu. Swuusdown. I. miles
X uud Oeulleiueu h Hose, llmltlx, Silkauud
X Velvets ull colors und widths.
T Yours respectfully.
I MRS. A. F. LITTLE, t
.MuOonnullshurg, l'a. X
T. J. COMERER
has on hand from his summer
stock a few good
Buggies and Surreys
which will go at special prices.
Give him a call before they
are all gone.
J. K. JOHNSTON
D. EDWARD FORE
oilers his Store und Proiierly for sule.
roHHesHion Mlven ut ouee to the buyer
of properly uud woods. I offer my line
of vood for hiilo ut the lowest euh
prlee. Kult felt boot, "Uuele Sum."
with cover, ut f.'.MI; others ut i.c).
Shoes ut the lowest priues without re
uurdiuv to udvunue of lu to An per cent,
lu miiuufuelurei-H prloo. All itoods gold
for cush ut u reduetiou of ft to lo pur
eeut. I Wil l. NOT III-: l'NIl l(S()l,l,
uud will ullow you 'i ueuts perdo.uu mine
for eitxs, In trude. thuu uny huckster
pays; ulso Oiled Fruit of ull kinds, fr'ui
liiiuulit In seusou. You will Hurt my
sioek, uousistluK of Dry Ooods. Notions,
Hurdwure. (Jtieetiswure. Tobueeo, ("
Kins uud Keuerul Hue of koimIs eoui
.plete. I'rloes low for oush. Hcmeiuber
1 will nut be undersold.
O. KlIWAHII FlIIIX.
I respectfully nunouueo to tho
sTihthI pubiic thut sinco moving
into my new room I have replen
ished my stock nnd have now on
hands a complete liue'of Cooking.
Heating and Oil Stoves, Ranges,
Stovo Repairs of nil kinds, Stove
Boards, Stovo Piiie, tho celebrat
ed Climax Stove Polish, Iron Ket
tles, Oil Cloth Rugs, Tinwaro
from tho cheapest to tho best,
Anti-Rusting Tinware which I
guarantee not to rust for two
years, and will wear for eight
years. Every piece is guaranteed
to me not to rnst and I will guar
antee it to you. If it rusts bring
it back and I will give you anoth
er piece. In Fancy Goods I have
a largo assortment. Butchering
Supplies such as Lard Presses,
Meat Cutters, Butcher Knives
and Hog Scrapers. Also a full
lino of School Supplies which I
will sell during Court week (it tho
lowest possible prices. You will
find mo in my new room opposite
Patterson's store where I will bo
glad to have you call and examine
. A, Sxonku.
To Start the Fall Season.
Boots for fall. A specially
fine whole stock kip $2.7 o
Light weight calf dress
The famous "conductor"
The "Mohawk"1 boot $,109
A nice light split boot
A woman's heavy shoe $l,li'
Heavy school shoes fQs
misses, 13-2, M1'1
Children's heavy schoat
shoes, 9-12, Sllnt
An odd lot (19 pairs)
ladies' flexible tine kid shn;
worth 53,00 at RS
140 Fei?rs of Large Cotton Olm iy
Icets ot 49 cents.
SEE OUR SUPERB LI
Men s and Boys
Fine All-wool Tricot, long, dp
Oxford Mix., Round Sack SiiL
oiugiis-urcasiGU, oiiiiii ripe
Facings, Well Made and
Trimmed .fFiilly Worth !
tl0 CA &
Our Price for Jhe Suit 4.5"
BLACK COTTON CLAY WORSlt
warranted fast black. If
traveled the country over v
wouldn't find the equal of tr
value, for it is worth 4.'
Our price $2.90. . N
A special drive in an ilh
All-wool Black CLAY WORSTf'f
Extra fine trimming, French tl fc
ing, elegantly tailored, and 4U!,
suit the most particular man.p
Our special price is only $Qy
A pretty child's suit, 75 cents. f "
A good suit for a boy, $lv
Men's underwear, 25 cents.
Ladies' soft fleece lined heavy underwear, 25 co
Children's union suits soft fleece. lined, per suit, 25 f;
' Ladies' beautiful skirts all pi I
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