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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 19 June 1894

ox o U ij 117 hil fifcr 36- H w tfej jappl F V i i a t i 4 j s m ir 1 OW MANY Bright active businc men take Life Insurance pay for thevpolicy and put it away without ex amination Have you ever read your Policy Contract Sk NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Will furnish on applica tion a Specimen Policy made out at your present age with Cash Paid Up and Extension Values endorsed thereon THIS YOU Can examine at your leisure and so learn what - the Company really and definitely promise to do for you Aftoryou look at it aud study it you will say it is tlio best CONTIt ACT you over saw W 0 HOFFMAN Special Agent Jno Welsh and Miss Scottio Ander son of this county wore married at Jcfler60uvillo Friday Miss Nancio Mynheir entertained the Y P S C E in elegant stylo Friday night l Georgo Hartgrovo and Mrs Bottio Deuuis of Howards Mill will bo married in this city Juno 20 Settles Bros bought yesterday of Charles Butler of Bourbon county two horses for 250 They aro good cues The Republicans will havo a...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 19 June 1894

LA Xm CONDENSED NOVEL A Seatli For tho Queen of Her Sex Which Was Not Unrewarded I Ho made up his mind ho ought to marry and then started out on a still hunt for a good sensible girl for a ii Ho saw a young lady on a crowded Bti eet car who was not occupying two seats and ho thought This is promising Ill keep my oyo on hor in Ho mot a young lady on the street who wore a gown that did not trail in tho dirt and ho thought Shos worth watching Sho has some jpense IV Ho was introduced to a young lady at a ball who was not overdressed and yet who wore a waist that was visible to tho naked eye and ho thought Taste modesty and sense Thats a good combination v Ho sat behind a young lady in tho theater who took off hor hat and let jbhn get a glimpso of tho stage and lie thought Consideration for oth ers is a great point I must find out Who sho is VI Ho stood behind a young lady in a dry goods store who did not paw over everything in sight and keep tho clerk busy for an hour that she might fcu...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 19 June 1894

t LISTENING TO THE LARK In Enfcllsh meadows lonlf and long ago Sly Uttlo grandmamma a3 shy and sweet Ai the young year folt all her pulses beat In tremulous concord with the hawthorns glow Shook by the wind folt the warm current go Tingling along her veins when nt her feet The odorous daffodils lnmotlon licet Danced with tho rippling river to and fro Bat when tho heaven taUght lark began to slug lltatwecn her happy meadows and tho sun Tho spirltof sons would In her bosom stir Up sunny heights of bluo her thoughts would run Tlth tho swift impulso of atiangcls wing On to havo listened to tho lark with herl Whipple Benham In YouthVCorapanlon A Convicts Opinions It all tho liars in Minnesota wero stricken from tho census roport a complete stato directory could bo made into n handy vest pocket edi tion I like to hear a good liar talk when ho doesnt insist on having mo believe him Tho auoient Greeks wero good liars in that way They would lio right along with no pretensions to truth People...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 19 June 1894

w -X i i HORSE AND TRACK MEMclIouryhas over 30 horses in hla Btnblo Azote 2li will bo iu Salisburys etablo this year Iu Franco hay is worth 40 and straw 24 per ton Allx trotted the last halt of a fast mile iu 1 05 recently It is reported that Kremlin 2073 trotted a half mile in ouo minuto last week Thoro aro 20 youngsters sired by Axtoll 212 in training at Tcrro Ilauto Fantasy 2 0SJ is fastor right now than she was wuen sho made her rec ord last fall Mascot has paced a mile in 212J and Gon Turner says no living horse can beat him from the wire at present Will Kerr 207 will go without hobbles this year although they were necessary to him when ho took his record Chas Bean will trot at Lima Ohio this week His horses are in aood shape and ho is winning his part of tho money Nancy Lee the dam of Nancy Hanks 2 04 has foaldcd a very fine black colt by Director 2 17 at Clov erdell farm Monroe Salisbury owns a suckling foal by Direct 2 05 dam by Thistle 213J that he has picked out as tho com...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

mt 011 IT i L buggies pBllCO Jf fe are exclusive agents for the fcolurabus 5 V ki inr 0V vat and can furnish anything wanted in this high grade work we also have a few curries rr rfhr rtrrA iw -FN w WW that we will sell cheap TNinaraware PIT1 I r makes very the birdsell steel skein wagon is the best on the market and you will do well to see it before buying a v wagon we have a large line of the very best farming implements i including the well Vknown Malta double Vepiovel and malta five expcotn cultivator st wag 1 r uii un no iui w tiny Liiiiiii miiift if J is ion v L i and lathy ffr ueensware oUr prices are right and tlie goods are the best uggies tf - ome team aunclry ino oetter work - anywhere Prices the same and money circulated at home 40 mu lOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY if u nifi u i 1 JWHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS k led all WORM Romodlos ERY BOTTLE GBABM EED oia n y am muroaiSTS I Irnr1 hr - RIC1URDB0X IIEMCIXB CO 6T LOUIS W A FAR TKIAL V oamrllln mircaki nmtllete i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

V i v Vt Surveyor wvk MW THE ADVQCATE County Ticket County Judge AB WHITE County Attorney AAHAZELHIGG Comity Clork L B GREENE Sheriir Jailor WILLIAM SLEDD JW CIIENAULT Assossor ALLEN McCORMICK Coroner GEORGE C EASTIN J M OLIVER Magistrate District No 1 II C HOWELL Constable District No 1 i MAT C CLAY Magistrate District No 2 JOHN W MORRIS Magistrate District No 3 R B CROOKS Magistrate District No 4 JOHN TRIMBLE Constable District No 4 ROBERT CHAMBERS The general public arc of the belief that the word storm simplv implies a precipitation of somo kind cither rain snow or sleet when in fact hi a scientific sense tho word storm means wind in motion and when storm is mentioned by tho Weather Bureau it is expected that tho winds will bo high regardless of tho attend ing conditions Every good cook is careful to dis pose at onco of the water in which meat has been washed Only a very few hours are necessary to chango it into a foul smelling liquid if tho tem perature is suitable This change ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

J j X f V t Vrtayi WtWOCATE 9xoalon bot of harvesters oil ilMtoft A Mui II Hi Icolaa BAplzedJChuradayj tluoivlug 110 ibna luto tta feoa Thirty five iworo In yBfiyNIHe Grant Bartorls is engag ed fej jnarry H IL Doughla Adju taiaSfeanr1 ot Maryland and an cs Jerto eoldior By marrying tha fnrlnnn Infr hni hv hnr W WW -- J fillsWhliiibande father will bo for- zeuea totper ciiuuruu vPtWUtoa Whltuoy of Johns ilapKai TJWersity has determined i litfan ordiDary wheat soil there is least ten thousand million soil is in gram about a pint and Mjne of the finest soils this number iked twenty four thousand iitaioti3 T ft fit- 1 ABII1UUU JVV ilUUOU 1UO WUlft of Oftmpletlonj of the Ashlaud and Catlettsburg Street Railway began I Vedasday and will bo vigorously t 4jlii TMin isnl rr nntrni o tanof niuo miles from lower Ash JatiiiPto uppor Catlettsburg and be lat convenience to both cities sr uitourKo juicnaoi my liope you vote as I do hike Fiunlgan Au how does jlflvirlncovoto hav nnnnrlfn flri T vntn...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

X 6 tf w v tt ru o Iffii n t Sr i G r lty Jb U ltfrwmmmmmM ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday June 26 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo arc authorized to announce lion jo M Kendall of Floyd county as caudidato for Congress from tho Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Col A W Hamilton of Montgomery as a candidate for Congress from this The Tenth Congressional District puhiect to the action of tho Democrat ic Party Ao are aathorlzcd to aunounco C B Hill of Beattyvillc as a candidate lor Comrress irom tho Tenth uongros sional District subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce Judgo W M Beckner as a candidate lor Congress from the Tenth Con gressional District subject to tho ac tion of tho Democracy For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidate for Hail road Commissioner for the Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican party People on...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

i W m t i m i TJ i HOW MAKY V Bright active business uibjl Itub Jt iliu iuauiuiiib pay for the policy and put it awayjwithout ex amination Have you ever read your Poljcy Contract THE KATIOHAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Will furnish on applica tion a Specimen Policy made out at your present age with Cash Paid Up i t 4iisi y i fed i 1 KYi ff and Extension Values endorsed thereon i - THIS YOU Can examine at your leisure and sp learn what the Company really and definitely promise to do for you fteryou look at it aud study it yon Will say it is tho best CONTIt ACT you evor saw TV 0 HOFFMAN Special Agent Latest perfumes it R C Lloyds Elder WT Tibbs will preach at 11 Somerset next Snndav fw - Ben McMichaol formerly of this place was shot aud killed in Frankfort flast Thursday Lots all go down fo Sharpsburg next Thursday and havo a good timo at the Sharpsburg tournament Mr W C Hoffman ofMt Sterling orio of tho brightest young iusuranco men of tho State has boon spending foveral days hero visiting th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

Wl 1 i i fttr J rvw wwiw n -fir iM THE PLOWBOYS SOMG Llko honojr w An amber oil Spills the sunshine on my soil The weather w ca ps a charm of cold What tlmo my plow upturns the mold The bluebirds fluting as the fly Winged Iris blooms go by Hark tho woodpecker newly como Amid tho maples beats Ms drum I feel tho coid loam round my boots I hear the snnp of pungent roots In bulbous mats and tangles laid That part beforo tho col tor blade Pull null mr team Tls good to hold Tho plowhelvcs while the glebe is rolled Above the share and tumbled free J In dark brown waves by j ou and met t This furrow Is tho way to health And golden stores of honest wealth Tho plow It Is tho magto key In tho strong lock of destiny Tho seasons come tho seasons go And warm winds sigh and cold winds blow But snow or sleet or drought or rain There must bo grass there must bo grain Pull pull my tcaml His work is best Who close to naturos faithful breast In dewy morn or noondaydicat Can hear her deepest pulses beat...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

4 I el h leh time i iHift OOO M V ksjau aniM focii iim fell bcou t Pill on Fninisfi 4ftigt vAmen Sffl bit6V cj flV P nwtw 4- il - vvt WfllPiKiPm fiOTEL IHfcre4 1 Jler AtnrIAn Wwcrn loro is a description of a night in ipaneso notoi as written uy mr inco jiurluurt luo duties of maid aro in decided contrast to i of her Amorfcan sister As wo preach the rlckisha men sot up a aut the street is soon alivowith and young to see tho arrivals Lchingf ho stono gateway l3halt andthopropnotor waiters bowing maids all come out to re- i us le littlo yard ia full of dwarf sfeid plants clean paths two lfains of pyre water two littlo earns with tiny cascades a minia ro Tdld vritii islands in it and tho fd Iref ully wiping our feet and putting vv cv fnm ciotn oversnoes wo enter tne fo A Vtfcv houso and nasa throuch a larcro covered witli sort bam boo mate ii a cnarcoal brazier glowing in center jmg up stairs we find tho double as clean as wax and very tictnatural -woods with gnarled beams the same soft...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 June 1894

uV f I 1 K y 1 - i - sf S l - cW - a Jf r f Jhrfoti Contention havo resulted In misery tho world over People vho aro well disposed and not bound by self interest aro willing to accord credit wherever merited and due Civilization is gradually bringing the human raco up to this elevation and in exact proportion is Dr Formers Kidney and Backacho Cure coming to be recognized as tho correct and stand ard remedy in all kidney female and blood diseases being able to curothem readily It is specific in all skin eruptions erysipelas scrofula dyspepsia headaches jlullncss Hst lcssncss constipation etc Sold by dealors on guaranty for many years Thercfora dont cost much to try it Take homo a bottle to day AcporilingJo Dr Gould there aro G1QP stars hi tho Northern and 7200 In tho Southern Hemisphere distinct ly visible to tho naked eye Tho enor mous globo of Jupiter differs from ours in almost cvory respect It is eleven tmes larger in diameter than the earth being 125 timea greater in solidity It...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

Ilk1 IS v r 5 I i ta tJ ml th H3Gj p If 1 krt ft xd bid V nauj ui 0 samce l Persol XI S0CO11C m mi M 1 J it l lw trueue iK Pff Of Y s V lli V MrlriAR iff - i Ill ifaijj a raffKkH - 4 cj you willido icimg rue Wn MALTA 1 iuid max th cijltivfitor lV Ahi HEW mi ft 2 ill mW JB r - I It I oflBHMMMMmHBHBMnBMMi C Jge exclusive ageaU r vw t i lJtr an tefxr t i it5r J vrw wied1 in- Ihw hk t 1 il eaHo JmL7 a few KW A Ife FOrt 20 YEARS 1 lM A A M VJf T 1 ii- j4 tV Kf BI WW WIU WG maj vi j r - vt VihiiTi r - - fdsells T i - lxit H 1 3 in waron e fcet on til I lid all WORM Rmed isv IY BOTTLE mmi ID1 asbo nwm 8T Mci fr1 Mly aouAiDkiiidft f rgt9t wifH its own peoML v r JHBJHati1 nil 1 J uiiiijiiiiti1iriHf ifmw ii If T l1 liJifiiM7i i iwhh JtmwW jl j - MSy tulQjaitinf - I 1 L i ntti i - t IJ HIV SQSBDBtLKSi t maket vydl td it beibro Wg ai -v lave a iarere refy best4 iming liiteVof lamerlts rki flouble a five on X15 for aMhinef - S s4 Ft dWare b Vs - M SA JJ1 No better vorK any where Pri the same and...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

h i H tA THE ADVOCATE n Wh Xi w Wo ask advice but wo mean appro bation Coltott Congress has passed a bill making Labor Day a National Holiday Varioty alone gives joy tlio sweet est meats tho soonest cloy Prior m lMio truest oloqonco is that which holds us too mute for applause Bul wer Tho Four Seasons Ilotol at dlcaboro has been forced to close its doors Idoals aro like boards men do not havo them until thoy grow up Voltaire Alvlu Cotrell claiming to bo from Stamping Ground was arrested last week in Lexington charged with passing bogus checks v At Lexington last Thursday thoro was a visit of a damaging wind and rainstorm which was destructive to trees fences and buildings John II Grimes superintendent of a distillery at Burgin while riding home in a buggy and carrying a rifle was fatally shot by au accidental dis charge Tho burden of suffering seems a tombstono hung about our necks jWhilo in reality it is only tho weight which is necessary to keep down tho diver while ho is hunting ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

Q autf liied cc wl u i fcJaiacihj as JuLJM UrSp A Jr i t JJutfiAM y HUr 3 vvAbi L ifc Nk r j T In i 1 Tho twentieth cwtury Uk1bJ I 1 ll If IS ih the worm j r - refiedir for tho prbeauca of ma iaCaVeiae sprinkled frcol in their Mtfuft I SJTh hraia on aut is Jargtj i iwnHin tn fta ilea than thai t 5 RW any w r in ITSlWd Siatw mail wagons Wjye tho rtvhi nf vw M against amln lances tut Hredpftrtineut npharatvB limy selentUts now boliovo that thft itnifflSDlieri is not less than ono huiulwd miles deep and may ho two huudNW r i b Cpieany rallroadj of Germany tho stfujtint agents aro permitted to keep bOTi which thus form a small sourco of income Tlw laborers in prepaid from two every occupation to five times as imuehia tho United States as in any oUutry in Europe ir A Sqsao recent investigators claim that the sweetness and fragrance of tho ery hest butter is duo to a certain benefibent 6pecies of bacteria An Exchange says Tho growors of Bniall fruits in Indiana cannot pend much time in re...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

f I 4 i V J 7 ft i r ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY tJii Tuesday July 3 ANNOUNCEMENTS- For Congress Wo aro authorized to announce Hon tfo M Kendall of Floyd county as r1li PntitrrcBs from the Tenth District subject to tho action of tho Domocratic party - 7 w or authorized to aiuiouttco Col of Montgomery as a Ai W Hamilton ij nnitrross from tins c uaiRiivniu w ---d Powell County Circuit Court after being in session ten days ad journed last Friday In the ab sence of Judge T J Scott who opened Court and was summoned to Niefiolnsville on account of the serious sickness of his wife and mother-in-law Col A T Wood of this city was elected Special Judge by the bar for tho term Col Wood informs us that the business f this Court is in fine condition A large number of civil cases were disposed of Joe Kimball was sent to the penitentiary for two years for horse stealing The cases of Goodloe Combs and Horse Pcttit charged with murder were continued by the Commonwealth The strike of the railroad em p...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

E m ln r Tfjjj sSBlHfc lgi Blt F9WIWS -a tl ft V JgWKiT b t -- A JW Hjra SBright active business - men take lane insurance 1 1 i 3 pay ior inc puuuy uuu 2ut jW Ttffthouf ex- amitiatiph Have you evefad ybilr Policy Contrafct TEE IATK5KAL LirE ISSURCB CO Willfurpish on applica tkW Specimenlgpiicyj made out at yourpresent igfewith Cash1 Paid Up Extension Values tnd endorsed thereon Ems you fflx rifin Avnminf nf vnnr f VttH J - leisure and soleam -what sjthe Company really and definitely promise to do ff - - BK tor you rui k wars Bf VwWf i ffsa1 i v you look at it and study it you will say it is tho best CONTRACT t youevorBaw W 0 HOFFMAN Special Agent IJf f fSf Ouuuouiuiraiia nuiiuiuwu Ic at the Opeva IIouso to night l TliiniiinDo montlnir of flin TtnnMdt tti r igctiurcn noxt oaturuay morning ai au clock Judge Ed Starlcs editor of tho Ful toman died at his homo in Fulton last Friday Ho was a inombor of tho state Board of Equalization - Todd county Ropuplicaus are fight- P IJ Ili rmlWtrn...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

V h tl S - - MitiMrnflfflJiV J MOONLIGHT NORTH n AfD SOUTH Lovo wo have heard together Tho North sea sine his tuno And felt tho winds wild feather Brash past our cheeks at noon -And -seen tho cloudy weather itfado wondrous With the moon Where loveliness Is rarest TIS also prized the most Tho moonlight shoho her fairest Along that level coast Wbero sandx and dunes the baroit Of beauty seldom boost Far from that bleak and rudo land An cxllo I remain Fixed in a fair and good land A valley and a plain Rich in fat fields and woodland And watered well with rain Lost night tho full moons splendor Shone down on Taunton Dono And pasturo fresh and tender And copplco dusky green The heavenly light did ronder In 6no enchanted scene Ono fair unearthly vision Yet soon mine eyes were Cloyed And found thoso fields elyslaa Too rich to be enjoyed Or was it our division Mado all my pleasure void Across tho window classes Tho curtain then I drew And as n sea bird passes In Bleep my spirit flow To gray ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

THE CLOVER m Ira tins of th lily m4 dafey and ram na the panne n4 wnks tliat ww summer i tlm throw In te grwit ffrMy Up of tho sMdder lht kin up At tlie skies through tlw saaehljiy I days ptbftt is the Illy ant all o tho rest now era to a mivn vrjtii a ncal in bis brewt I Una ripped brimmln loll of tho honey and fdcw bo iwtit clovor blossoms his boyhood know r tr ect henry on a clovor field now ol round a stable or climb In a mow or childhood comes back jastas clear and i plain f la mell of tho clover Im snlflln again I wanflor away In a barefooted dream I tangled my toes In tho blossoms that r gleam i tho dew of the dawn of the moraine of Invn i rTi jt T- ltwept oer the graves that Im weepln irvuove I lore clover It seems Uko a nart leacredeet sorrows and joys of my heart prncneTer 11 oioseoms on inero lot me OW bank the good Lord aa Im thankln him iow bay to him still for tho strength when I Jet ym but iff the clover and tell It coodby finely nestlo my f aco In Its bloom my soul s...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 July 1894

J s ft I 1 f o k I- KfSS V V civ W iSS 5 TfclJI VJ S lm fI Cures toothache laono minute It cures any Pain Immediately Dr Fennera Golden Relict It cures corns and felons and it also cures bronchitis and consumption and tho trouble is not to got the cures for they follow its use as Burely as the day follows night it never disap points but the real difficulty is how to tell ot them without exciting incredulity And it Is cot to ho wondered at for thero is a wldo chasm between u corn and a pulmonary consump tion Still It Is true and Dr Fcnncr has got comchow to make tho people know it Is Golden Keller a cure all J Well not exoctly It is known to cure one disease It is a -veritable spcclflo in It That disease is Insxamua tion It cures it wherorer found Many dis eases have Inflammation for their base The list Is long It includes corns and consumption No Inflammation no ocrn No inflammation nd consumption Isnt this the solution No opiates or mineral poisons in ft Safe and cer tain Never dis...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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