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sipes MILL. Dennis Tlnrt, of Hurt ford City, left for tho city of Nwdmoro to tcnd a week. Jiicob Hill U happy enough to walk on his hrnd. He's got a girl at his lionip. Mrs. Margaret TYimx In on the sick list again. , Mrs. Sampson J. Mellott, whose Ill ness was rioted in last week's issue, does not seem to improve niueh. The doctor visits her every day. Miss Jane Swope Is cpiite ill of con sumption. Wo hope, for her speedy re covery. Corn husking is coming, so are can didates. The most sociable fellows in the world are tho candidates. How warmly they grasp your .liund, what deep solicitude have they in the wel fare of yourself and family, and how beautifully docs that ardor wane after election! Mr. Troutman preached a very aide sermon on last Friday evening at Mor ton's l'oitit. lYcacliing n,.xt Saturday evening at tho same place. ., . TAYLOIi. ' Drucie Laidig who became 111 with typhoid fever while in ( 'hamhersburg, has recovered, and is now at home. Her sister F.tla, who came home with her, has returned to Chambersbnrg. Hiram Laidig spent a day or two in Chambersbnrg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp,' of Chambers burg, and Miss Mowery, of Harris burg, were recently tho guests of Mr. arid Mrs. .1. G. Lyon. Mrs. Emma Johnson, of Hunting don, spent part of last week with lief niece, Mrs. V. Laidig. Jonas Lake has returned to Johns town, where he has had employment the past month. Last Sunday, October 1", was a red letter day in Methodism in this local ity. The beautiful new church at Fair view, which has been in course of erec tion for some time, is at last complet ed at a cost of $1:100 and was dedicated under most auspicious circumstances. On Saturday evening, ltev. Gilbert of Huntingdon, formerly pastor on this charge, guve. his lecture on a "Hand ful of Hits," to a large and apprecia tive audience. Some were sledge hammer "hits" at current, domestic, business, policial, and church life. On Sunday Mr. Gilbert preached from Isaiah 2.":(t. In the afternoon services were conducted by Hev. W. T. Shaef fer, and Hev. Whitney preached the sermon in the evening, after which the church was dedicated. The bible wns presented by the American mblo. So ciety: the pulpit, by W. F. Laidigfthe. hymnal, by the pastor, IteV. Sarvis, and the pulpit chairs by the pastor's wife and daughters. DUBLIN MILLS. John Hess has greatly improved his dwelling in this place, by having a new end attached, and by giving the property a general overhauling. C. C. Kci lilig has the stone hauled for the foundation of a new house. Charles Peshong has recently mov ed to our town . Dr. Bernhart has been on the sick list for the past two weeks. Harvey McQuoit is lying very sick with typhoid fever. Isaac Holinger, accompanied by Miss Kinma lied ford, attended the dedication ot the new Fairview M. K. church last Sunday. N. li. Locke and family, of Orbiso nia, were visiting tho family of Geo. W. Locke this week. H. W. Pock, editor of the FrtfroN CoVNTY NEWS stopped with us awhile last Saturday afternoon. We think ho went awuy well pleased. His new paper is strictly all right, and will eventually be found in every family in Fulton count v. SPUING I10UKK VALLEY. Mrs. Juda File had the misfortune to fall from a wagon one day last week. The wagon passed over her breast and shoulder, frightfully mang ling one arm. She is slowly improv ing at present and It is hoped that she will soou recover from the accident. Several persons from this communi ty took advantage of the cheap rates to Washington last Sunday. Mr. Hewitt moved his threshing ma chine down very early Monday morn ing and threshed buckwheat for Hen ry Hollenshead und James Shives. AMAUANTU. William Siders spent part of last week visiting in Franklin county. Mr. and Mrs. George Mahcw and their two little daughters, Iva and Golda, of Shady Grove, spent , last week with friends here. We are al ways glad to see them. ,t Harry Hohman, Harvey Kielmrd, Hoe Mellott and M iss ' AinautUi 1 Toll man attended the Hagerstown fair last week. Mother liege's funeral was lurgely attended last Sunday. Mrs. William I 'nylon ad daughter Miss Uosu, spent part of last week with tho futility of George Muttcrbaugh in Franklin county, und attended the Hagerstown fair last Wednesduy. The school at this place is getting along nicely; it Is said to be the larg est in the township. Klmer Siders spout from Saturday till Monday near Shady Grove. William G. Fisher, ,of llrunswick, Md., spent part of last week with his mother of this place. D. KaulTninn and son I. G., of Cur lyvillc. tllair county, spent Thursday evening witli the family of George Mills. Jonathan lloor and wife of Lashloy, p :ifi S i ndny with the family of Kob ert ( 'arson. Solomon Kdwurd McKee, and Her bert Lee MeKibbin spent Thursday at the Ilugerstowu Fail'. Mrs. Matilda Ponder and son Hen ry, of linck Valley, were in this place Saturday. Klla T. MeKibbin left Saturday for Hagerstown. to stay with the family of ('apt. Fisher Saturday evening and Sunday, then to Mereorsburg, to visit her brothers Dr. James und Keillor Alex., anil then to McConnellsbnrg where she will spend some time with relatives und friends. Misses Jennie liuiley und Klla Smith spent Sunday with tho family of Jacob Spade. Peter Mellott spent Tuesday und Wednesday at Artemus. WEST VIEW. Farmers are all done seeding: corn husking will come next wwc. Corn is a prettygood crop In this community. Messrs. John May und David Chen nut have been busily engaged hauling pulp wood to Hancock. Otho Hurnhurt, Supervisor, was re pairing roads In this part of the town ship last week. Tho rouds were very rough, and didn't get repulrs before they needed It, J. A. Hrukcull has u position on the P.. & O. ruilroud usllreman. Mrs. Huth Shives, of Huneook,' vis ited Thomas Manning last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John May attended tho funerul of their niece, Mrs. Funk, und also spent a few duys v isiting. Mr. und Mrs.Lushley were the guests of Mr. Nycums last Sunday. Loafing looks easy, but it takes all a man's time to learn it. What's done cannot be undone, es pecially if it's a hard boiled egg. Experience may bo tho best teacher, but her terms are mighty high. Woman's gentle touch just tiow is for a fall bonnet and winter coat. . The plumber Is now waiting for Jjick Frost to get in some effect I vo work. It's always easy to-see through peo ple who make spectacles of themselves. A West Knd man calls his wife Mis ery beca use she's so fond of company. The merchant who starts in business without ready money is apt to become u man of note. Sometimes it isn't a man's fault that he has no money. It may be all due to other people. It often happens that the individual who run meet his creditors isn't very anxious to. In time of peace the corset steel saves as muny lives as the pocket Bible in time of war. There's an odor of tar camphor about some overcoats, and their own ers don't like it for a scent. Falling otT chestnut trees and shell bark tree uccidents have been quite numerous this season. The woman who knows nothing of tho language is ulwuys tho one to rev el in reading French phrases. A husband is always appreciative of a gift, no matter what It is, if he isn't called upon to pay for it. Tho chap who is always howling that he has a right to his opinions is the one who wants everybody elso to take them. It's not possible those fellows who persist In throwing rice at weddings want to convoy tho hint about being in the soup. Tho tough little party, the terror of the neighborhood, who grows up to bo a rich man is only remembered as mischovous. Gather up tho fallen leaves from the sidewalks and streets and put them on the garden, as they will make good fort ilizcrs. Tho man who is continually telling you that life isn't worth living is the lii st one to send for the doctor if ho lias an ache or pain. Muny a doctor's bill will be owing to the habit women have of wearing low shoes long after such a proceeding is Imprudent. Weather guessers tiro already pre dicting an early, long and extremely eold winter. These follows are prohuh ly in tho coal business. They are storing electricity, it is said, in capsules. Probably one of them taken inwardly w ill bo a good substitute for Jersey lightning. Jt's ull right for hope to spring eter nal in the 1 in I mi u bieast, but hope Isn't going to accomplish much with out a litt le elbow grease to back it up. Bubles may not intend to be wilful ly spiteful, but they always contrive to have the colic, when their parents wish to keep uu evening engugeineiit. Tlie strange thing about dieting is that It seems to mean to many persons doing without at the table unit, eating all that is possible between meals. The Chaiftbersburg People's Kogis tor says that Mux Meier bought !), heud of fresh cows und springers, 11 "i heud of shouts und 7 veal calves lust month. Among the !).") cows there were 11 f teen which uvoruged $."() u head. Cows are higher in prlco now than they were the past liftooa years. lie paid t!J cents per pound forchoicu veal calves. Mr. Geo. W. Park, of Libonia, will, wo understand, noon commence tho erection of a huudsouu) new green house und very completely equipped seed warehouse and plant on his farm one-half mile from Funuettsburg utun estimated cost of $:!), (KM). When com pleted, Mr. Purk will then remove his entire plant, from Llhoulu to the new new locality. Goldsmith the Tailor. M iller Washing Machines at M alloy 's. One trouble with airships is a defect ive Hew. 'J'h pumpkin plo Is suggestive of Thanksgiving Day. It Is probably because Truth is nak ed that she so seldom appears in pub lic life. The chestnut shells on tho sidewalks ure taking the place of the peanut shells.. Ladies' conls altered, or anything In lhe line of tailoring neatly done by Goldsmith The Tailor If some men who want the earth should got it, they'd bo too mean to pay the taxes. All kinds of stoves at W. H. Nes bit's. Call, examine them, and get prices before you buy. Any girl is willing to keep house providing the right man produces tho house. The fall pasture has been very lux uriant and stock turned on to it enjoy it exceed ingl v. Teh ms of Couit. The Itrst torin cf ttie (VmrlMof Fulton poun ty In the year liiill I'oimmiu'p on tin; TiicmIii.v following the Hccuml .Moiiiluy ot .luuuui v, al It) o'clock A. M. The M'cim! term commences on the third Moniliiy of Miui'h. lit ! o'clock I. M. The Ihlrtl lerln on lhe TurMhiy next follow ing Hie fcccoud Mouduy or J uuu in Id o clock A. M. Tim fourth term on the tlrst Monday of Onto tier, ut ' o'clock C M. County Officers. t'rosldctit. .ludL'P -Hon. S. Met;. Su opc, AxsocliUc J uiiics-Lemuel Kirk, l'cicr Mor ion. Prothonotury, Ac. Frank 1 Lynch. District, Attorney -licorKC It. liuulcls. Treasurer -Thro SI pes. Sheriff -Dnniel Sheets. Itt piuy Sheriff .Inines Itiunel. Juty Commissioners David ltotz. Samuel II, l.oekelismlth. Auditors -.lohn S, Harris, 1), II. Myers. A. J, Lnmtierson. Commissioners T., W. Ciinniu'haiii, Alherl lMcssiiiKer. John Stunkard. Clerk--S. V, Kirk. Coroner -Thomas ICIrk. County Surveyor -Jonas Lake, County Superintendent Clem Chesnuf. Attorneys - w. Scott Alexander. J. Nelson Slpos. Thomas Sloan, K Mi:S, Johustim, M. II. Shalluer, (Jco. II. Daniels, John 1'. SIpCH. McConnellsburg & Ft. Loudon Passenger, Freight and Express Line. R. C. McQuade, Proprietor. Run Daily iiktwkkn MoOonnku.siuiihi ami Fnier Ihuxin. Leavltin MeConneilslitirK at M o'clock. I. M.. makliu; connection with afternoon train on S. 1'. II. It. K t o nil ii k.' leave Fort Loudon on the arrival of the evening train on S. 1 It. It. I am prepared to carry piisscuner and ex press to make connection with aU trains ut Ft. Loudon. EDWARD BRAKE, Fashionable Barber, One Door Kust of ' Fulton Iloua," McCONNRLLSHTTUO. PA. Flint-ohms Shavitm and Hair Cut Uuu. Clean towel for every customer. F. M. TAYLOR, Surveyor & Engineer, I McCONNELLSBURG, PA. S 32 kinds ' Surveys S 4 ! carefully ftccuratuly f JKf"S& ' ) made. ? C fvXflL.r dividing l lam1, ilV Grading, ) 1 1 '" "' ' copied. ? Office: 5 S REPUBLICAN BUILDING. ) X tiUAMI AKIMY OF 1 FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY MEN'S Clothing AMI BOYS Our Store Is the Plnce to Go. Yle carry twice the stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING we X had three months ao, and we are ffoin, to sell 1 twice as much. Our large stock and low prices will I do it easily. This is not only talk but a business truth I and we can convince all who come. 1 Yc? have more piece WOOLENS than you will find in t the entire county, and we can make you, WE know, the best fitting and the cheapest t SUIT.OVERCOATorPANTALOONS to be found anywhere. Come All. A. U. INACE & SONS. ! x Questions Answered. 9 Just now the Indies of .McConncllshurK und elsewhere are usKIiih this question: Where Is the Place To get the most fashion able and the best Hat for the least Possible money Wo A ncutir nt olir Nro In McConnellshuru, where vc hnvclust it t niOVVtl received from the eastern ehles a full line of ull The Latest Things in , Fashionable I iw -t n? yviiinnery. You are respectfully invited to call soon and see our new goods. A. J. IRWIN & CO., McConnellsburg. '""2 i t?o t-i if u-1 vn C-"i t"i tr t."i yi tr L-1 .'1 SPECIAL PRICES IN WAGONS and BUGGIES. T. J. COMI'Rl'R has on hand from his summer stock a few good Millburn Wagons, Buggies and Surreys which will goat special prices. Give him a call before they are all gone. THIS IT'.K VVu tin iinw nn(ly to show you our new line of Knll it ml Winter io'iMls.enn-r-lstln of Halilinore. Ntw York tnul J'tilliiilel.hlu st .vies. The vuikIk heleeL ed foi tills full uml winter tut! exeei tionully iieui in de-inn uml utiiitetive in hi vie. w ith our line of kimhI r h resent lhe lurvst millinery establish luent in lhe eouutry. You huvo the tul vuntiiKe of this store hy tmyitiir your i.MO(sitf ii?,, Look thront-'h our lini ) fore buying your fall or winter hut. V 'Uiininti'e satisffietion und our prfees tire below nil eontM;titlon. You must be suiitli'l with our foods or have your money baek. We have, trimmed 'huts from iSoo. i j . uniriiumed hals fte. up. tiull' hats tiud Sailors in nil eolurs uttd prlees. Children (!oals. Hats, CupN and Hoods. Ihtby Hoots und Shoes, Hat 1'ins. Heaulv I'ins, Kelt and Ntek HtuMdes, Hal Huekles, Hiiiidkerehiels, NeeUites, Veiliny. Swaiisdowu, J.adies and (ieLllemeu s Hose, Hraid-,, Silki-.aud Velvets ull colors uud widths. Your respect fully, 4 : Met.oliiKllshlitH, I'u. MRS. A. F, LITTLE, X .MeC.oliiKllshliiH, I'u. FOR SALE. D. EDWARD FORE offers bin Store nud rnmerty fir sulo, l'ossessloii jfiveu ul uucu to thu buyer of property und woods. I offer my line of woods for sale in lhe lowest eih pileo. Knit fit boot, "I'muIo Sain." with cover, til fi.fm: others tit r'.iK, Shoes al the lowest prlees without re- rMidiuif to udvuueu of ID to ? per cent, u niaiiufuelurers price. All woods sold for cash ut a reduction of ft to ID per oeut. I W H I. NOT Hi: I NDKKSOi,l. and w ill ullo w you oieiils perdo.eu inoru for eKWs. In trade. Jtliau wnv Imekstrr nays; a No Uiled i-iitof ull kinds. Imiim tiouwht III srasohf Yoti will tlud in v stoeK. eoiislstlnw ill lry CioiKts, Notions, Hardware. (J'meiJ-ware.. ToLaeoo, (H wars uud wejiei nil Inns of goodh. enin- for oush. K member li-sold. KuuIjsvIIIu. I'u. plete. Hrietrs lo 1 will not be uudi STOVI-S! STOYKS! I respectfully iiunounco to tlie K'iiei'iil piihiic tliiit since niovin-,' into my new room I linvt! replen ished my stock and have now on Imnds a complete line of Cooking. Healing ami Oil Stoves, Kaiies, Stove Kepairs of all kinds, Stove Hoards, Stove ripe, tlie celebrat ed Climax Sieve I'oli. si i, Iron Ket tles, Oil Cloth liujrs, Tinware from the cheapest to tho best, Anti-Iiustinjj Tinware which I guarantee ujt to rust for two years, and will wear for eight years. Every piece is guaranteed to ine not to rust and I will guar antee it to you. If it rusts bring it back and I will give you anoth er piece. In Fancy CJoods 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 at the lowest possible prices. You will lind mo in my new room opposite Patterson's store where I will bo glad to have you call and examine my stuck. A. Stonek.. JOHNSTON'S COLUMNS. OL VERY INTERESTING BARGAIN To Start the Fall Season. l3ooLs"for fall. A specially fine whole stock kip $2.7 o Light weight calf dress boot $2,75 The famous "conductor" boot $2,00 The "Mohawk" boot $.109 A nice light split boot at $1,4) Vf I tin jet J c ia ifid lie bri III .erl su A woman's heavy shoe $l?e 1 Heavy school shoos Er misses, 13-2, Jpei It. iM Children's heavy sched shoes, 9-12, $xy tri An odd lot (19 pairs). 1 ladies' flexible line kid si,,? worth 3,00 at ed thi re I r w inn Bi 140 Feiirs of Large Cotton Olnrf k-ets ot 49 cents. itJS e. SEE OUR SUPERB LlliU OF Ladies' Wraj IN OUR Fall OpeniRf Prices to suit Every Buyer! Men's and Boys' CLOT TFT i w-n I' i )V. r 'in J, W 'a SO) V Ml , t.v; t I f Si i I cCi ivil bi ItC tin ftat nt W I y kL flo Igc arc Otl MK iuc ati' a; it th tin im w Notice ! Fine All-wool Tricot, long, dark Oxford Mix., . Round Sack Suit, Single-breasted, Satin Pipe. Facings, Well Made and Trimmed. Fully Worth $3.50. Our Price for the Suit 4.50. BLACK COTTON CLAY WORSTED,- warranted fast black. If you traveled the country over you . wouldn't tind the equal of this ' value, for it is worth )R0O. Our price $2.90. A special drivp in nn All-wool Black CLAY WORSTED. Extra tine trimming, French fac ing, elegantly tailored, and will suit the most particular' man. Uur special price is only 10.00. A pretty child's suit, 75 cents. Bin tel. A good suit for a boy, SLOi! Men's underwear, 25 cents. Ladies' suit uV-ece lined heavy underwear, 25 cen ChilJreiufunion suits soft fleece lined, per suit, 25 ciW .' Kli Ladies' beautiful skirts all pricj"' t'! .llki4nM.WM'