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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 20 November 1894

it 4Jf life I WJWrlJT v Jk vJl If PPPfWS HOT BLOWN OFF BY THE WIND Chicken Feather Disappeared ns Iho Ito gtilt of Electricity In the Storm About a yoar ago tho telegraphic dispatches contained nn account of a windstorm in Missouri which not only blow down houses and fences and caused great loss of life but ac tually stripped tho feathers from a rooster Tho correspondent stated that not oven tho pinfeathers were loft and his description of how tho cock next morning strutted forth flapped his naked wings and crowed with a stylo caused considerable merriment It was reasoned that a wind of such force would have blown the fowl to Jericho and tho writer was set down as a Munchausen Sci entific research however sustains the story but ascribes tho roosters condition to another cause A writer in Der Stein derWeisen says Among tho most astonishing effects of whirlwinds must be reck oned the well supported facts that on their cessation birds exposed to them have been found stripped of their f...

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. — 20 November 1894

w t Ir i4 If r w Etf to lfrj tvi mZZiZi S- srvs J tvs svti w ri 1 1 vf HJ vusggx iSU alw 5T ttcrner and more revolting phases of lif 0 aro subdued and tho higher qualities of friendship and lovo obtain on tho yielding of human suffering and tho restoration of health strength and contentment Tho following is calcu lated to assuago human passion and be get elevated thoughts and actions II S Catc merchant North Oakland Pa writes Please send six bottles of Dr Fcnnera Kidney and Backache Curo to Samuel Catc Amcsburg Mass It is for my mother who would bo glad to give you a strong recommendation of this medicine as she thinks it has pro longed her life It is equally good in all kidney diseases female complaints blood and skn diseases etc If satis faction not given money refunded Take homo 0 hottlo to dny An Altttonna mob oflOO ulislom to lynch a lifgro Was hi Id at hay and liniMy pubdued by a plucky deputy feheiifl Four men fought on old fend fo a finish oil tho streets ot Lub Miss Fridnv ...

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. — 4 December 1894

K w HI fiii IU 1 III in III i 1 - i u i i I Main Street 0 V 5im Pee mi or am hk r n bl v Trade Mark Registered Perfect fitting Elastic WaistBands Hold Fast Buttons Warranted NotToRip For Sale by I B Ringold 1 t SKfflTKWWm MgffYT - -V - - I - MT STERkJNQ ADVOCATE u - Oli V A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE MT STBBLIa KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBER 4 1894 L B RINGOL K Will offer for Sale from now jJDEC 4th until JAN 1st 1895 his magnificent stock of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps and Gents Furnishing Goods At GRE ATLY REDUCED PRIC Despite the hard times our business is steadily on the increase Honest goods at moderate prices is doing the work for us We wish to make this our banner year therefore offer extra induce ments during this month Give us a call and note the difference between former prices and our prices now ES Ri3sra ojiiD 5 Tile GShj r NO 19 flBnasfrgepii m KHXmfl IBUpmoif 1 jn u i L 3 1 W ICHTCD Snits extra Pants and Gap to match For sale by L B RIHGOLD ...

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. — 4 December 1894

i liit fc s rr FV fU m BV v f it - h J ffV ft v - a fA7 t T SRf r Ht li r v - ki IV -1 I I f i V I - HT S -1 J - tf Vt lr fir 1 i M 51 1 ftp w Ti K I- I f - f Vj ty i j K fc j7i -- 8 ii c THE ADVOCATE Evaporated fruit Is very cheap m JBWMtoV It Ib reported that ordott havo w iBsued to cIoro all tho refineries con trolled by thn Sugar Trust - A count of ihu Mirvlvoi H shows t It t 175 members of ho Iirty third Cm gross have been elected to tho FijV fourth The aiithruulto coal bmoiia havo do elded to limit tho December output h one half tho Juno outuut and have ad vanced prices fifty and sixty cent per ton Tho United States mints last year coined 100210730 of which 90474 912 was gold tho gold coinage being tho largest ever turned out by tin mints in 0110 year Tho silver people last week in con ference at St Louis propose a chain o silver leagues in every city and town in tho country and tho subordination of all other issues to that of free silver coinage A negro convicted of criminal ...

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. — 4 December 1894

c k J v3 the test 3 mifctcw not my f riead how rik yo e maw kww Mm great Jiow brigktly oer yoa sfelnea amMHoaa at Or high estate Jt nutter MmgMtthcmgh Rarest ctlks enfold xawr iioiy form ail marble wMe Ifiltild wJtfc gleafeiag gold hums out xiio storm Sul wlipthor yimliave itroved your hoM birth By fe6uln ilecdg - r Or itsel ens creeds t Whothor your soul luwt noaaied in courage high lsreet and free With resolution that can do or din Is mack to Hie rktfj caw not whether yon have won In flght A warriors fame Or graved In silver letters dazzling bright A statesmans name It matters not that people bow the head In Rattorjng fear Or nations tremblo with a nameless dread 1 When you aro sear But whether yoa have spoken words most kind And sown tho eeod niaf tiAaffl rloh frilltnirA -In fclw limrmn mlnrl Of thought and deed Whether your heart has triumphed oer lta VK pride 1 1 - -- - - lta wor m uu Whether your eyes havo learned to look in lor On all around And turning others hearts and eyes...

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. — 4 December 1894

v m m to- tit rav k - I tf tfot tiSrlit v a - VjTV RW w Ll V l1 ADOCiTEWBHSHBOCOMPAIl a 2 Tuesday December 4 1894 A v ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John 0 Wood an a candidate for Kail road Commissioner for iho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican parly Rocolpts for gold at tho minis dur ing November amounted to 501527 ngaihPt 171811 for November 1803 Miss Emma Guy ot Warron County announces herself as a Candidate for State Librarian Sho was a formida ble opponent of tho successful candi date at tho last election Japan had rejected Chilians tonus ot peace submitted through the Ameri can Ministers and has in turn sub mitted a counter proposition tho na ture of which Is not Known Congress opened yesterday The defoalcd candidates before the No vember election do not eccm in any hurry to return to thoir duties A very small percentage of them were reported on hand up to Saturday Work was resumed Monday in the relineri...

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. — 4 December 1894

fifc Call 3- oJ i -V 1 t THOS KEMEDY ix The Uadlojg Dnftlst Tke st of r ything lit reasonable prices Taxes Taxes Taxes All taxes arc past luo and mv form of office tocpirnstlio first day of Jan- tiary 1895 Those who do not pay in the next ten days will bo levied on Lsand must pay another additional 6 per cent for said levy and have their property sold Imoan all who havo not paid Jno C Docombcr3t18p4 Sheriff 19 tf ii jSu U U rear eout a nouso and 101 on camoro street to W H Miller for t rSycam Hl8O0 fudge Lewis Apporeon W P Old hamand G L Kirkpatrick returned yeRterday fromaweekfl hunt in Bal lard county They bagged about 400 birds 1 1 Look in next vrrrke Advocate for ian account of Undo JohV visit among tne ousiness men 01 ourcuy as ho buyfi hU newly married niece an outlit to set Jior up in housekeeping J C B Duff and N B Young loft yesterday for Covington to orvo Mr Duff on the grand and Mr Young on Iho petit jury in tho United States court A foot ball team at Southhridsrr Mass iv...

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. — 4 December 1894

mr W RV u i M K r W a f MAf tffi W J1 1f v x M 2ft v w L iU3 f THE NEWBORN BABE Men think It la nn awful Bight To boo a soul just Bet adrift On that drear voyngo from whoso night Tho omlnoud shadowu nover lift But tla moro nwful to behold A little infant nfcwly horn Whoso tiny hands unconscious hold Thokoys of darkness and of morn James Russell Lowell m - A GOOD SCHEME Thoro waa Riggs 1111 for hay that was 7 Thoro was Morsos bill for pasture duo tho day boforo that waa 375 and thoro old bill against Judge Blair for butter and milk 070 and nothing had been paid on it for two months It really soomed to Captain Moyors picking his yvay along tho rough stono side walk and often walking in tho path beside it that thoro would bo no diffi culty at all in collecting tho 5 that lie and hiswifo had decided to spend upon their daughter Mattios birth day present Tho captain mado up Lis mind as ho trudged along to col lect all thd money and buy tho pres ent that afternoon and havo it over with An...

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. — 4 December 1894

He k 0 whs i r L a DISPOSING OF THE DEAD f CnnMtMon Anton tlio Greeks ami Jlomans Wiw tk Popular Bloile u The third method of disposing of the dead ia by burning cremation a ifc is now called Many nations hare practiced burning tho best in statu being tho Greeks and tho 3tamM Among tho Greeks both methods rlwore omployed burning arid burying but gradually burning came to bo tlio popular niodo tho reason being that flro was supposed to purify tho celestial part of man tby separating it from tho defilomonts pf tho body and thus enabling it to Tving its flight to puror realms jMfore than tlio Greoks tho Romans were devoted to tlio process of BMition although in early ages thoy buried their dead Cremation became gonoral at tho end of tho ropublic i e shortly be fore the birth of Christ Under tho emperors it was almost universal but it gradually disappeared as Christianity gained sway Tlio Ro man burial rites woro very rigorous 4and voluminous Tlio ceremonial of a modern funeral is as no...

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. — 4 December 1894

tf rm r m X yCf c W tx 9T - vol avv Mi -4 Mi Pp4 Br iv - - A m - 4 bkwlt v w5wb TvibA - VI - TW ftfjsspe Threo masked men caught and 1iung a winohouso kcopet tioar Albu querque N M for no known cause A monument was unvailed Thurs day atSaj Francisco to J antes Lick thuiitai who founded tho great 00 servatorv on Mount Hamilton Princess Bismurk wllu of the Iiou Chancellor died oil Tuesday hist Prince ltUtmirk has tho sympathy of tho civilized world in hhulllutloii At Sovierville Touu V II Gass entered the bedroom of J A Hender son a prominent attorney and blew out tho latter brains Henderson was accused of intimacy with tho wife of Gasp All Nicotine Is extracted from Lager Tobacco hoiico it is tho healthiest C A Jlaino Co of Danville Va make Lager 184t Tho gold reserve in the National Treasury is now 102016178 and will bo further increased by lato pay mout8Noutbo bond sale Tho oxcees of expenditures over ordinary receipts for Novombor is 815G3G7v and for tho five months sinco Juno 30 ...

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. — 11 December 1894

J n li IU L J m f l o vdiy l 0 Trade Mark Registered Perfect fitting Elastic Waist Bands WAW The Washington correspondent of the CQUiior Journal interviewed Judge Becknor our now Congressman as to his vicv8 on Mr CarlMofl cunoucy plan The correspondent says Judge Bookuor since reading Sec rotary Carlisles report more carefully is oven hotter pleased with his linan olal idea than ho was at first Ho said bis morning Thoro are sovoial good and sufficient reasons why its es sential features ought to become a law First it provides for a safe expansion of tho currency which tho people ot the South and West ardently desire it is equally as elastic in tho matter of contraction when tho volume is found to bo too largo Under it tho bank panic of 1893 would have been avert ed Second it would giveua cur roucy that would not become con gested in Now York as is now tho case with tho greenbacks Very fow greenbacks are current They are hoarded in Wall street because they can bo used to draw gold fr...

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. — 11 December 1894

v ft 5 j iii y r l l WAs 21 Wfr K fcJ a 1 R rit i ft W 1 A -T u T i i immn tj V 7 tW iV MESSAGE A j VI i President Cleveland Pre sents His Suggestions to Congress The Chief Point in the Message is the Currency Scheme sii fc fl r A K present j car rlan IOr thO Chatl Se Of State Baill reached with GieatBrltninconcornlnglnstrue i Issues Recommended Tho President Threatens tho Issue of More Bonds An Indorsement of tho Strike Commission ers Report Thp Revival of tho Grade of Llcuteimnt Gcncral Is Rccom mcmleit CIW1 Service Kxtcnsion Tho Sugar Schedule WAsniNCTON Deo 3 To tho Congress of tho United States The assemblage within tho nations legisla tive halls of thoso charged with tho duty ol making laws for the benefit of a generous and free peop o Impressively suggests tho exact ing obligation and Inexorable responsibility involved in their task At tho threshold of such labor now to bo undertaken by tho congress ol tho United States and in the dlschnrgo of an executive duty enjoined by th...

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. — 11 December 1894

n A PAMIHt r4wiiin in ikii ujpm J ll Ofxxthf ttm tod b tnrnd awr o otMr tMm mm Tou hardly mold Kr ihmi4 Dm 4r f nowunw a imw wa Th rm4k Iwrt trmtinr at the hand Tk clasped Jwr own tnikci brUi part Oaly her Wrt could tedtrotaticl rvj cfbo hw tke trdrop stortic tfLU lfr a mj1A ni40A nf 1vnrnfe nW -V lvJ BJ Jjv w ww H Cow nuking Dftck ununianoer ner JU at tb words her lift wituout HitprijBXopmel before her TSm thf vw tfei tM heard Alm cool man a gracious woman A qnfot triet farewell unstirred V ByUkfc at all uncommon Sho 3mew a fatal die WW cast Bha Jmew ibit two paths hence must yer That one familiar wepfcad pasted t Out of her life forever t To Alt Uteres t It raorely meant kaSUe read the bitter muto Intent Bbaitnew a nearo was oroKcn Barton Grey Iff THE LOST ENGINE I was speaking tlio otlier day W the Jericho station master of ilroad ghosts trnins and engines id such and you didnt scorn to fcliovo that thoro are any such lings isovf just to show you that usual A way train had stoppe...

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. — 11 December 1894

pr ft j ii 61 w f fcOl k h m W as J m m a ki ii 4t5 tfv SS MX Sk SA iW - rS rvi v- feS i f m i fif Bw It Son- HP Hr If- lltv V mMsrs tm fpwfmfipo HAfcjrJSlJ ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAN Tuesday December II 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to aniiounco John C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for ihu Eastorn District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican puny The foreign financial pross speaks favorably of Secretary Carlisles cur rency plan The State Uuntrollor of Texas esti mates a deficit of 500000 in tho rovo jiucsof the Stole Major II J McDowell of Lexing ton was Saturday elected President of tho Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association A J Campbell Republican from tho Tenth Now York district died Thursday making tho second Republican Congressman elect to be so removed It is announced that Cliina has do- otded to send a special envoy to Japan fully authorized to negotiate a treaty of peace as a result ot the mediation of t...

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. — 11 December 1894

KlMl FOR AN imwsmwiwi1 i Elegant P resent Mil in Books CutGlass Bottles r perfumes Fancy Goods Tk mmmhmwam CALL ON n KENNEDY The Leading Druggist and Book Seller t 1S31LS2U - fr Y In miimtwkrnS r ii i n i i n r r virT Ti 1 n 4i iiWiiiKwi t iWrTn fT BT7iTjr t iTirfr f Bob Taylor at Opera Houbo to- iJljght Bend the Presidents messago on second page Dr W L Elmore City Phyeiciati of Lexington resigned Thursday Do- taftnber 3th iGov Bob Taj lor lectures at the Opera House to night subject Vis ions and Dreams Thera will bo a Bpccial meotinir of tho Knights of Pythias in their loilge tfooms next Thursday evening Busi ness of importance and a full attend ance is urged Tpt at hr homo in this citv on JaBtSatiirdav of consumption Mrs Ben Reed aged 35 years Funeral at the home Sunday afternoon preached by Rev A J Arrick Tobacco stripping is going on rap idly in this county and a largo part of the crop will bo toady for the market by January 1 ff The crop is unusual- Jr largo and good hi - m J D...

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. — 11 December 1894

CT- t - fVri W f r H - Vi iPW W f i eft ra X v Bft isf t c PL lt s - I V Wi 5 -v 4 M r I j i tt fyi U r - 1 H V n WW Wit- THE ADVOCATE THE ELECTION 10 arv So Claim the Attorneys In the r Defense of Alleged Vio lators Tke Act Was Not Passed In Ac cordance With Constitution al Requirements Decision of the Court of Appeals In the Worlds Fair Case Cited Messrs Dulanov and Alexander this moruiug appeared before Judge Jackson in tho Criminal court and at tacked tho constitutionality of tho election law They aro attorneys for Thomas Dunnivan and Nicholas Ortwein who wore recently indicted for an alleged Violation of tho election law When thoir clients wore arraigned Messrs Djiltney and Alexander domurred to the indictments aud the cases were sot for Saturday next whon Judge Juokson will hear arguments Mr Dulauoy was under the impres sion that tho aiiruiuent had neon set for to day and went into court forti lied with authorities to sustain his po sition The claim that the election law or pa...

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. — 11 December 1894

p v CJ 1 f S 3 i St- ifl n fs -v K an - fl t il T WtAi t P Lltt THE ADVOCATE JOLLY OLD ICLUOSE His Great Generosity Towards His Newly Married Niece Rsalistic Romance of Mt Ster ling in Which a Number of Prominent Business Men Take a Very Con spicuons Part jyLissBtunmorB Pollv I I or dare I But tho speaker took a Jieador over bashfulneee only to hoar swcot Ye8Ohaioy Cau I aspire to or to that is Again a lapse into silonce followed by an encouraging Yob Charley Oh if I might only hope to or to Another lailuro of language It was Bccmingly a hopeless caso and might have been only for a demure Charley I have said yes twice and if you moan it I mean it too and And to this day that young man will insist that ho popped tho ques tion All this happened away down cast and it wasnt long beforo there was a wedding Not much lougor bo foro thoro camo a letter from Tollys Undo Josh out in Montgomery coun ty Kentucky who wrote ellusively at hor exhibition of what ho called grit and ho proposed that ...

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. — 11 December 1894

I m aV1 r m ft yr- CfJk r SCV r R uiia v vf J I ft F itf fiX i M s o Ha l - V W n r w 5 PCl H va ye - - Sf 1 - - W ft v c i - r W i v M I iVV ri 1 UVi Ek js m w - Vijf t J it fm MJHs SSOKSSO A liappy family Twas thus with the Johnsons rifter Truman II had been rescued from tho fp avo by tho uso of DrFcnners Kidney and liackacho Cure Ho -writes My father died of kidney disease and I inherited it Had become so bad that medical treatment ceased to benefit mo and I -was given over to die One bottlo of Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backacho Curo practically cured mo though I con tinued it a littlo longer to bo safe My digestion improved at once my kidneys healed and I am now a well man Write him at Busti N Y Certain in all kidney diseases emalo complaints back acho soreness or lameness over back stone in bladder etct Also tho Giieat Blood Pothfier removing promptly all impure and poisonous matter from tho blood curing skin eruptions and scrofula dyspepsia heart disease drop sy rheumatism drowsin...

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. — 18 December 1894

Fl S k w li 4 fof t TTMH lw wff l a0PT mY wy mi mi r 11 a Dai gfi - -- i if Go to Joucs the jowcler for holiday goods LariioB Misses and Childrens rub bers at Sharp TrimbloDoutons Th0 Howards Mill Sunday school will havo a Christmas tree Monday aftornoon the 24th at 2 oclock Ex- Governor Bob Taylor delivered his famous speech Tho Fiddle and tho Bow at tho Opera House Satur day evening to a largo and apprecia tive audience W s - j V- jMwmiPW 1 i -if iTFRT TiSJfr ISOLA - p - fci 4 - - pttt mm m i t i i - tiil jkvr - i i l t ni lji i 1 jj f - - fi mmMMiLjimjm 11 it n i wiTiffli wiTTiiTinvn i - Jiiiilaffl3KfKsri7m8tw jt tv m i ------ MMMMMMMMMiaHfl ADVOCATE A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE JVIT STEBLESTGK KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBER 18 1894 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ON THE FOLLOWING FO R CAS HON LY Little Lord Fauntleroy 1 39 m 4 T aUvmn flAntnl 4a TlTjtMTor t i wr s rt t CI A i uiiiikiuD uumpiuiu nuiivo j uioy t tgu Kg Scott s Complete Works 4 49 m T liackerays works ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 December 1894

s lO Jf AH THE ADVOCATb m fjsy r iH ri rJp 4 crowning uM Thats what Dr Fenners Golden Xellet is It is a epeciflo for Inixam jiation reaching luUEand curing it eTcrltoxUtaSvreU ing and pain accom iLiJi pany inflammation bo it always cures swelling and pain is found Under -whatever narao Inflammation and tho list is a long one there will Golden Relief euro Thus it is that it -will euro a felon applied externally and also a consumption taken in 5 drop doses on small lump of sugar in ternally You havo a sore bruised finger Tut tho Kelicf on It and bo surprised how quickly tt Is well On any other soro it is tho same One drop applied to an old soro will cause it to heal after all clso has failed Cold sores on your lip aro cured by it in ono night You havo tried it for sorothroat and found yourself cured almost at onco Now your lungs aro sore inflamed It quickly cures Inflammation of tho lunirs A chronto cough Consumption is on you It will euro your lungs No Inflammation no consump tion It...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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