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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 October 1894

I I StGl 0- - alone g IS trro THEBICYCLE GIRL The bicycle girl Is plorap and round Hor checks are rosy herskltfto lirrnnt4 i Her cheelw aro brlghtwlth health T In hor niodest gown of navy blue 8ho Gets all iho admiration duo To a womnna greatest wealth Hor flesh Is Arm ana her muscles strong Hor rounded limbs might well belong To a goddess of olden time As she glides along on her silent whocl All men adtnir for all men feel That her vigor Is sublime Then hall to tho bicyclo girl and Ions Slay she llvo and grow moro strong As a woman ought to do Till her weaker slstoro also try With her In her health and her strength to vie And got them bicycles too Toronto Mall A TRANSEOBMATION Puts log tavennoar tho ford of Little Snako creek was the central point of a wild region thinly peopled lay ranchmon and miners and thickly by coyotes Bones of departed bison lay bleaching on tho bleak plains round about Puts consisted of a store a bar a bunkrootn and a kitchen It was tho base of supplies for...

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. — 2 October 1894

At0CATE POBLISHIKG COMPAHYi Tuisday Sept 26 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner We arc authorized to anuounci John C Wood an a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for the Eastern District of Kentucky subject to tin action of the Republican parly DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 SFoi Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county Eor Congress i short term HON W M BECKNER of Clark count I am a caudidatc for Constable the 3rd district composed of the pre cincts of Spencer Howards Mill am Hart subject to the will of tho Dem ocratic voters at tho November clcc tiou 1894 II L Williams County Ticket County Judge A B WHITE County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG -County Clerk LUCIEN BGREENE Shcriir WILLIAM SLEDD Jailer J W CHENAULT Assessor ALLEN McCOHMICK Ctronor GEORGE C EASTIN Surveyor J M OLIVER Magistrate District No 1 HOWARD CHOWELL Constable District No 1 M CCLAY Magistrate District No 2 JOHN W MORRIS Magistrate District No 3 R B CROOKS ate District No 4 JOHN TRIMBLE CoiiBtab...

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. — 2 October 1894

w i LV A r Headquarters for SCHOOL BOOKS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES s at 1 n THOS REMEDYS TKe Drdist The best of Everything at the Right Price tf V Tho K T S and its Annex will reopen the first Monday in Sep tember 50 tf Small Farms For Sale 25 50 or 75 acros 0110 milo from town ou turnpike Comfortable four room house barn and cabin 8 4t II H Rinoo Register to day Boru to tho wifo of Jesse W Cas ity of Rothwell on Saturday Sept 29th a sen Rogistor Dont forgot it you may regret it later on if you do Register to day Hon Thomas Payntor Democratic nominee for Judge of tho Court of Appeals Covington district is in tho city A largo lino of lap robes and horse blankets at Owen Laughlin Sons purchaso before examining their stock Tho Post Offico was moved on Sat urday from the Tyler Apperson build ing to tho II Clay McKco building on West Main strpct Register to day Tho offico for registration will bo open from 6 a m till 9 p in and no 0110 who desires to vote the coming year should fail to registe...

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. — 2 October 1894

Ababeisatrest e - yfy T ivftaiTBfa 1 I 1 Touch tho harp lightly A babo Is at rest Bleeping bo swcotly On n fond mothers breast That even tho anpels While- cuardlni above Bccm near them to hover With tiding of love Touch tho harp lightly A shadow has flown Over that household Now dreary and lone In doubt and in anguish Wo watch and wo pray That out from tho shallow May smllo tho bright dny Touch tho harp lightly An angel has come And baby will waken In tho angels bright hornet How blest Is tho mother To vhom It Is given To know that her darling Will waon In heavonl Nathan Upham In Now York Ledger AN HONEST BUEGLAE I am in tho burgling business and I maintain that it can be conducted as honestly as any other Perhaps I am mistaken but I certainly havo raised it to a much higher level than it was when I first selected that means of a livelihood My motto Honesty Is tho Best Policy See is neatly engraved on all my professional tools nnd my ti tle of The Honest Burglar will go I I on my to...

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. — 2 October 1894

r ft r r 1 II Pv E In rtoncer Days JJTho youngsters of today knoW nothing of tho wonders n man and a woman can accomplish if thoyput their shoulders to the wheel and pull togother Raid a western farmer When my wife and I began house keeping in Texas wo had no furnl turo for tlio cabin I constructed from logs and boards I had split from a tree But this did not troublo us for I went into tho woods cut down some poles trimmed them nicely and car ried them to tho cabin bored holes in the logs in ono corner of tho cabin hewed out a bedpost fastened the poles into it and then I had my bed frame Wo had no rope to make a bedcord so I split some more boards shaved them smooth with my draw ing knife and placing ono end be tween the crack in tho wall and the other in the railing our bed was completed 3hen by tho same process I mado a dining table Having a pine box which wo brought from Missouri I fastened this to tho wall of the cabin put in shelves and my wifo hud a neat cupboard A few benche...

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. — 2 October 1894

7 - 5 B 4 sr ft i S t 1 Mltmrn 1 1 1111 ill i72 t Stialthv in itt approach Too often when tho situation becomes fully Jtnown It Is too lute That Is true of Kidney Disease A little soreness a llttlo lameness of tho back Thcso excite no suspicion Suddenly ncuto symptoms supervene and death ensues It Is like tho fatal spring of tho wolf Lot us reason togothcr a little 1 On the slightest symptom why not uso Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Uackache Curof 2 Because It is Guaranteed to satisfy or cy reiunaca nctuallv received 3 It you should bo mistaken in fearing kid noy disease It will do no harm and has at any rate cleansed your blood given you renewed llf o as It were cleared your head toned up your Btomacn invigorated your nerves ana iiore ana Insured you against tho dlscuso you fear nomo a Dottio to aay Register to day Take Dont forgot to register to day Register to day tho registration polls will be open until 9 p in There will bo made tcveral new freight cars for tho Ky S A Mr J M Bigstalf a...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 October 1894

w jft 4 Stealth v in itt amroach Too often when tho situation becomes fully Imown It Is too lute That is true of Kidney Disease A little Borencss llttlo lameness of thobaclc Theso excite no suspicion Suddenly ncuto symptoms supervene and death ensues It is liko tho fatal spring of tho wolf Lot us reason together a llttlo 1 On the slightest symptom why not uso Dr Fenner8 Kidney and Backache Curof 2 Bccauso it is guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded So you only pay for benefit actually received 3 It you should bo mistaken in fearing kid ncy disease it will do no harm nnd has at any rate cleansed your blood given you renewed lif o 03 it were cleared jour head toned up your stomach Invigorated your nerves and fibre nnd Insured you against tho discaso you fear Tako fcomo a bottlo to day Register to day Dont forgot to register to day Rcgiotor to day tho registration polls will bo open until 9 p m There will bo made several new freight cars for thoKy S A Mr J M Rigstair and Marion O Coc...

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. — 9 October 1894

v fr X A I ft ft H o VCXLV mill tlnni Tllnn nMrl lllnnl Cdin er lo dny tmjt A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE Serpen sold now for only 03 J f 65c CU1113 1Ut J 111 nnd lllnck Storm Sergei enn be j oougni ior i cents per yniii 1 55c 75c Flno now Illitiuinnted llatskct Wenvo Dress Goods feco tlicmnt X5C 85 cents per ynrd vww Flno Covert Cloths for nindo Suits llfty Inches wide nt XnC only 85 cents per ynrd Storm Serircs in llrown Ited Giyen lllue and Rinck for only XnfJ 85 cents per yard Kino Clay Worsteds in lllnck mid nil colors magnificent goods j lortiuu a yuru 1 Thousands of yards of lino goods lor tailor nindo dresses in liaiidsonio Kn clish Chocked Suiting in llrondcloths in Satin lliubcr and Satin Soieil Tho Stewart Dry Goodi Oo tlNCORPOnATtDj f wmsYnjrHY HEADLEY WITHERS Ai Wholesale Jobbers SELL CHEAP FOR CASH Cured Moats of all kinds Ham Bacon Lard Bologna Sausage and tho Finest Florida Oranges ill ray uasn or oeu on Commission Eggs Chlokens Ducks But...

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. — 9 October 1894

M r v V k Iv MT STERLING ADVOCATE VOLT flaiiv Street A prices on any kinu ol dry B goods If you wish we can send yjOJlour free catalogue wWch tells all about how to I order and what to order f Hero are a few special new i things in Dress Goods Pino All wool Mixtures hi Dicss RikiiIs mmir pictty shades at1 15 cents per yaul Vine new lliibket Weaves Dicss Goods very styllah now is ccms per yarn IMir null lltnnl fihtim Cvi Wcavo Dress Goods sco them at 85 cents per yarn Fine Covert Cloths for Tailor mnde Suits llfty inches wide atj oiuy oo cuius per yarn Storm Serges in llrovvn Hod urpen uuie aim ijiiick ior only 85 cents per yard Fino Clay Worsteds in lllack and all colors magnillccnt goods ior tiuu a j urn 45c vnj 45 e an excellent quality ftr only 45 4uC iuiiiorui jtuui Bluo and Jlliick Storm Scrsres in a better quality at Just a lit tle more Sllll Hum- Itlni 11 ml 55c ScrKCss sold now for only 05 1 QQg A cry superior qtiultty of liluo and llfack Storm Serge can lie nougat ior ii ce...

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. — 9 October 1894

- Mjfi r THE ADVOCATE A WOMAN SOLDIER Seliual To a War Romance Re vale d By a Lawsuit L Bnrksvillo Ky Cor Now York Re corder t Tho Circuit Court at its next ecs 8iou will Hurt beforo it a case bristling With romance Tho litigation is over a land title In tho early days ot tho war a com pany of guerrilla made their head quarters in the Bennett neighborhood in auutijouiiing county One of the mohibors ot tho company was a dashing voting follow known as Jack Mason None of his followers knew Jin antecedents but as he was jolly good naturcd enthusiastic and bravo in raids no questions were asked Masoo was feminino in form and conduct but this was attributed to his youth In a skirmish ono day Mason was wounded and left at tho houeo of a family named Orth Hero it was discovered that Ma60ii was a girl Her wound through painful was not serious but kept her confined to her bed for 60veral months during which timo she becanio a mother After her recovery sho dis appeared leaving some jewelry and...

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. — 9 October 1894

I n i i in 1 if in iri fi iwfaWVftiiiMnifcioi i -A TRUTHFUL LOVER What would you said n sweetheart once With this encasement ring i Should I dlscofer me a dunro I To wed yott In the spring Her lorer answered frantically j That Jewel I would IHdit J Into tho bottom of tho sea I And And some other thins Thing she cried list my reply J - Said he You dipped Its win But no upon tho beach to die 1 Sloe left him and the ring He did not die Ilia sense restored Instead of sorrowing Ho strung tho ring to keop his word And seaward lot It swing J And now upon his mothers fist The while my lay I sing Rofloct tho Joys he fain hath missed t sln thatonBagornentrlnR Robert PWoodward In Brooklyn Eagle A LAST EESOKT A dark night and tho sky hidden by a mass of hurrying clouds A raw chilly wind tho ground all mud the tall grass and trees dripping from lieavy rains Just emerging into a -dark cornfield from still darker -woods a young man his clothing drenched and mud stained his face liaggard and desper...

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. — 9 October 1894

ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday October 9 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET County Ticket Motility Judge a b white County Attorney J 5 j A A IJAZBLRrdtei County Clerk LUCIEX1 GREENE Sheriff Jailer WILLI Ail SLEDD J W CHENAULT Assessor ALLEN McCORMlQK C Ioner GEORGE C EAST IN S irvoor J M OLIVEB v Magistrate District No 1 HOWARD C HOWELL Constable District No 1 M C CLAY Magistrate District No 2 JOHNW MOBBIS M tgistrate DNtrict No 3 B B CROOKS M igistiate District No 4 JOHN THIMBLE Constable District No 4 ROBT CHAMBERS It Wont Do Local politicians attempt to wii votes from the Democratic party bj saying the picscnt administration will flood this eountiy with foreign pauper labor and that our wages will go for naught This is tl e cheapest sort of gablle Under the Republi can administiation there was a com plete busnesR stagnation and as soon as Congress finished its labois there having been a redt ction in the tariff business be an to improve and now it is apparent thai v will so...

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. — 9 October 1894

h mr 5 Lu f v I J Headquarters SCHOOL BOOKS -and F I F f M M SOFTOOL SUBPDIES 1 s at J - - - -- thoskeMedys tv The best Everything v ir me Right Price 4C it i Tho K T S unci its Annex will ireopen tho lirst Monday in Sep tember 50 tf - - SmallJFarnis For Sale 25 50 or 75 acres 0110 mile from -town on turnpike Coinfortahlo four room house barn and cabin 8 it II II Hixgo There is a protracted meeting in rprogrew at tho Christian church at North Middletown Mr Mark Chiles has secured a posi tion with Adams Express Co and for -the present ii located at Cincinnati - Capl P P Bunch has let the con tract foV a two eiory residence on Cor mier of Harrison avenue and College John C Wood aiid Brown son are erecting a cottage on Holt 3treot It is now ready for the car penters 1 - 11 m A Baum So Son have put in a Uui Tersal Jobber 13x19 and t wo horso powor gasoline engine with which to published tho Purveyor The Grand Lodge of tho I 0 O F will meet at Paris to day The Lodge -of this city will be...

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. — 9 October 1894

0 toamm Mwin s MWWW ftpiw A PAINFUL SIGHT Until man Iim tried to keep A rigid cash account Of pergonal oxponsos be Cant know the full amount Of troublo that a ninn can have Within this mortnl 11 fo Or how much harassed he can bo By painful mental strlfo Now what did that ten conts go fort Ho asks himself and then He so t to work at balancing The cursed thine again He wastes stray matter In his wild Attempts to como out square And finally puts In a cont If the cont ho needs aint there Ho epends tnoro time in tracing back A quarter gono astray Than ho could buy for fifteen dollars At fifty cents a day Just as ho thinks ho has It ho Finds hoa ten cents long And then his languago oftontlmcs Is vivid fresh nnd strong And bo it goes with varying shades Of alternate despair And hope till finally the pain Gets too Intcnso to bear And then the little book Is closed And the worn man starts out To plunge Into extravagance Without the slightest doubt Ah yes until a man has kept A rlcid cash acc...

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. — 9 October 1894

1 NOT SUPERSTITIOUS Bt Tory Queer Tilings Happened to Tllm Just the Same Thoro is a gentleman of uncertain age but with quite tin amiable dispo sition residing out on the Suburban road who lias a grievance and he does not care who knows it As tho story goes this particular west end- Ul una II WIAU U11U tllXUU UJl 1UUI UUU Mb dren and incidentally everything Gkplso to make him happy There is JHbnty one fault in the family tho 3vifc 13 vory superstitious She be- 1 linvnnin rlrpnmRnnfl fiiDTlRnrul nmnnu to the utter disgust of tho head of tho family Tho discusled husband started out tho other night to convince his bet r ter half that thoro was nothing in dreams and omens Ho turned ovor the saltbox at tho table and did not get mad ho walked under a Att tin I wna ir4 nQcncainnln1 li looked at a cross eyed man in a street car and earned out none of Btructions that would prevent a rible disaster and ho did many other things that caused his wife to be lieve that ho would certainly die Ibefo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 9 October 1894

VJ J tciK do protested amem ber of the family that had long boon afflicted with a caso of consumption Rcfercnco was had to Dr Ten ners Golden Re Hnf Tlmibfchad been expressed that it would euro con eumption Tho protesting member hnd witnessed tho invalldtho frequent visits of tho Doctor and had accompanied tho trips South Had noticed tho hectic flush tho nervous irritation tho constant couRh tho profuse expec toration Ho had also seen tho discontinuance of all these tho administration of Dr Fcnners Golden Relief followed by the restoration to perfect health and he knew tho Golden Relief was what had dono it Ho was honest and fearless enough to tell the truth Cures also sorethroat bronchitis colic dysentery bruises burns cuts and all sores in fact inflammation in any form orjplace from a corn to a consumption 2s o in flammation no corn no inflammation no consumption One tablespoonful doso cures La Grippe Never disappoints II satisfaction not given money refunded Talco a bottle w to r...

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. — 16 October 1894

i 4 i f VOLV O a MT DRESS GOODS They are such staple HEADLEY WITHERS tides and the prices are now so low that it will pay yon to buy even if you dont need them at present You can pack away in your trunk un til you do need them and thus save money over the prices later on Write for sumplcSfiiyou want to see nico goods It i a part of our business to answer letters and give in formation about Dry Goods Aslt for a Catalogue if you want one m Ihiaisonoof tlio most impoitant do- paitmcntsin a DrylGoods Iloufeo unci Is ono to which w e have always paid a gi c t deal of attention Ill s is more importantiiow thnn ever before as black goods nro not conllned to Indies wearing immuiiiiK Many ladies wearing colors always liavo ono black ilruss Tlio wool and silk warp Tncquard llg uro are much In demand for this dicss Our rolo has been only to bny the best makes such goods as aio sure to gio satisfaction and Jt has been a good one for wo aro noy Belling black goods to customers whoso grandmothurs...

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. — 16 October 1894

V 1 y y i Sri 1 S ft - i i v IV Eft o iwJU p fl - I r c twijmMmm wnwmJwMj y THE ADVOCATE hM Four earthquakes wero felt at AthoiiBjGipeco Wednesday nigljt m - Gen Kolloy will liave another com Jmonwoal army on tho march to Ihi cuuiiol next spring Tho First National Batik at Ken- noy Neb suspended payment Wed nesday The other banks arc not af fected Forty thousand gallons of whisk trout up in afire that consumed tin K warehouse of Blair Ballard at Chi cago Marion county Ky on Wed nesday night China is said to have called upon Russia to use its good officers to stop the war Tho London Times says tin Powers must allow China and Japan to fight it out While thrashing grain in a bam six miles east of Fort Recovery O Wednesday a spark set firo to the straw William Geer and Ellsworth McFee were unablo to escape and por ished in tho flames The high winds at New York Wed nesday demolished a now Sight stor building which crashed down on adjoining buildings killing eight per sons and injuriug si...

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. — 16 October 1894

i 7Z u Mfci U f J l D TTWrliATH of yesterdays iiutfa JL grl4 iilJor me - v AjhI hum It sweat freezes blow rrom - KneiDory 1 ituBMOW miict stealing hack A ffsKUn ory f Mis I Ale ain ajeti ago 1 1 Ky throbbing heart inthralls Vgfhe Mated loaves of forest troes H Jtec3oroIiieei tosooT 1 Wfbtmi sJuwiovdi vrlth tho sunlllii Men jMTBTon troery -Mid oyc all from tho world apart I dreamed tho hours away -Not onjpi Idle dmunrf that melt Ak wskbofotti inidday Hlttt fromie -world worn faistorlcs Horolojyiiawtr drew ind wUjwoyo Homo future hopo My bravely do Uffot wholiyjkwtvttwj fair swectdreams ror 1H we zruj - Hrong hearts know best when to protest Or patiently lie uto And know that tin or Borrow comes Or Joy unto our Urea f And each aa soeka tho plant tho light For the truo purpoao ttrivos Oh garland made of ycaterdays -You aro bo door to mob Ill koop you whero oweot breezes blow from lands of memory Now Orjeans Times Democrat JlFTEE THE INQUEST v Itvas a still fair evening in lato tsnmmor ...

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. — 16 October 1894

J ' v At IA ' V w I HAPPY- ALBANY. tlow dear to our hoarta fo tho old pump on First stroot As, vfhfn w uro thirsty, Its form (poets our OtmTUi our twtaemfo crack with a ttiirst"hoiit. " Wo hear dome on pumping It as wo dr nlffht How r,agrlyr quickly wo pump tho sweet drink up Into tho old tin cup that to It Is chnlned, And then liow.ourllpa ?ie tho tint of that tin cup And hold, it until 1U sweet contents nro drained. The old pump on rirst street, Tho swcot pnlnp on First atrort, Tim old pump on First street, not far up from Swan. Tlu.ro beautiful maidens oft moisten their sweet lips, There rollicking schoolboys repair after - Hchool, And often tho (rood naturcd matron's discreet lips A,ro bathod lu its crystalline beverago cool. There panting- old ago, with a flush on each feature, May often bo seen in tho cool of tho day, Awaiting hi turn to All hia small pitcher , With clear, cooling nectar to carry away. Tho old pump on First street, Tho Bweot pump on First street, Tho old pump ...

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