A Message from The Transcribers:
In transcribing a historical document such as this newspaper, the value of content, wording and appearance is appreciated and important to maintain. At all times possible, the transcription has been true to the original. Spellings are as they appear. The spelling of names is always an issue - often written phonetically. Please be aware of variations.
In considering the purpose of this transcription, the main goal is post as much genealogical data as possible that is relevant to the areas (mainly Fulton and Hamilton Counties) within the contents. The transcription of this edition of the newspaper has been to some extent modified in the following ways:
Articles have been moved to different columns for html coding purposes. The content of the articles remains as per original.
Some articles were large advertisements or testimonials from people for products.
Some articles have been omitted. These were:
1. Page 8: Bill Marlen's Thanksgiving - (Associated Press) - omitted due to length and omission of any Fulton or Hamilton County connections
2. Page 7: Rev. Talmadge's article, "The Cure of Naaman". Although Rev. Talmadge is widely known in the area, the content of the article was a religious sermon with no mention of the area or people and lengthy.
Advertisers listed on Page 7:
A. H. Avery & son & Co., No. 7 So. Main Street, Glvoersville; China, Tea and Chamber sets.
E. Fairchild & Co., Johnstown, N. Y.; Optomitrist.
Henry Foote, Heath Block, Northville, N. Y.; Plumber.
Willard & Partridge, Opposite the R. R. Depot; Dealers & Manufacturers of Lumber.
Advertisers listed on Page 8:
No advertisers listed.
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