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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 February 1892

- 1L ii inn l IE ADVOCATE lRRIV MASON DMMuiMMA - - lUHIiOkUIOI IEKtlKQ TUCShAY vpt i9 Whitley county Republican tho Session of Ih nii pnit nif 09fy I y - Iho man who bothers us whon wo busy 1b a boro tho man who re p to bo bothered by us when hp is y is a crank N Y Hora Ilio man wiio takes your advice f er gives you a cuanco to lorgot that a your advice if it UtrnS but to bo br htm Atchison Olobe ijijjfireiit Commonwealth of Ken- pycnjnot auoru to bo niggardly In 9 maUor of an appropriation for splay at tho Worlds Fair As ere matter ot business it is to o tercet io have tho resources of ato amply displayed The desire for separate coachesfor ihiteand black nassonsrers onthe ulroads is so very general L MVin Ctolr tlnf in nVt QlMlfloil iiugumiu muif ivu ti cy w Legislature will accede if the les df tho people and as w are Informed of the railroada aKo Indpass a lawproyidlng for J ir T V 1 1 i cy 1 t A democratic caucus to U J S trJl iTHai car tppeloct a hnrltiiflto for State Librarian...

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 February 1892

V V WWM I1IIIIIIIIIM1 hi v it n wty yi 1 8B ijMHn OH A J Jill 5V t LJ ft wti XL 1 1 I SI Ion t t try IF te i f ft VI m o j - THE ADVOCATE Agricultural News and Notes The latest invention from Mluncuo ta is an electric plow Fall plowing for cut worms is recommended by Prof Budd The manufacture of licot sugar la attaining largo proportions in Ne braska Tlio wool clip of Now South Wales according to the Sydney Mai will this season bo tho largest over shorn Tiro estimates of tho Agricultural Department show that in 1891 Texas produced 0435000 bushels of wheat According to a recent estimate thoro were 1372000 tons moro sugar from tho sugar beet than from sbgar cano during 1890 Numbered with potatoes that are everywhere rcceiviug commendation aro tho varieties Huril Now Yorker No 2 and tho Thorburn potato The- Thiladelphia Farm Journal says that raw meat rubbed ou the trunk of young trees is better than poison because it proveutB tho rab bits first nibble In pruning small orchards tho thu...

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 February 1892

r hr au I a to drc ihet H iyir - 1W I v V it- 1 i V- lliU a Jit JJBE iWOCATE FARM AND FARMER 1 A Tho Quality of the vinegar frdm apples ill a very dry soason is no - doubt hotter than during a very wot t season whon appleq aioiioro juicy t Gleanings It seems probable that tho oily matter present in grapo Blonds will bo utilized JLato chomical inves tigations show that tho soeds aro capable of yielding an oil valuablo for dyeing purposes Somo one says that on very cold nights window plants aro host pro tected by the homely plan of hanging ouo or two newspapers between them and tho trlasB Tho air between the 1 a mM layers of paper is an admirablo non- u VVUUUUlUi Dont live on fried bacon and allow half of tho flock of fowls ou your farm to be roosters Hayo a good woll filled chicken pio at least onco a week till tho number of useless roosters is reduced Apotpie occasionally will not bo amiss anything to reduce tho pork diet and number of roosters on tho place Jf a cellar is naturally ...

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 February 1892

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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 February 1892

- k 55 i A Hii it - lW J if Vn - - - irry e y n ito i O ki Jli J JS kHRSSlXi Jki H v THE ADVOCATE LAND STOCK AND CROP M 1 Haddcn sold to J D Wilson seven fat shoots at 325 average 150 pounds Wd want to frado for a pair of thrco year old mules Bean Bnos D Q Hdwcll sold lie J T Donri gati crop of tobacco 20000 pounds to J W Mason at 5 G and 7 conts William Reed and E If Prowott bought at Winchester court a pair Of fivo year old maro mules of Mr Watts of Clark county for 2GQ A great many sheep aro dying in tho Simpjnvillo ncighVorhood of a peculiar disease for which a success ful remedy is not known Shelby Sentinel J Ilord of Athonp sold a crop of eight acres of tobacco raised on John C Rogers place which averaged 2000 pounds -per acre at 11 cents per pound Kentuckian CJtizen D G Howell sold his crop of to bacco to James W Mason at 7 cents for all but 1000 pounds which sold at 3 cents ThiB was a crop of red which does not seem to bo in demand this year Tho tobacco is being shipped as r...

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 February 1892

1 I Xt 1 ir I v- I v - Irv F r -- I OiflK Br - - J ft- 4Tv - v f J T P - s o - - 1 umiujiii if- 1 I un y3n the other hand Dr Vints legal proposed by Way of a practical test of his clionts powers togivo an lnbirion in conrtwilh one who hud been mesmerized before When this was do- rMt M pears to nave been Ueemeil eiinally bi uhacccptablo Tho caso is exciting kuiticb interest in the town on account of its novelty The town clerk himself has observed that he did not know whether there had ovor been n similar case in a court of justice but Wolverhampton ho added is noted for legal precedents Lomiou News Fell Sovcnty llvo Fout mill TIvct When the Owl train on the Wc3t Ponn railroad left Blairsville Monday even ing Conductor Jim McNulty had among his passengers ono Alfred Anderson who lives near Social Hall bridge about two and a half miles west of town When Hearing tho Hag station at tho bridge Mr Anderson arose from hi3 seat went to the platform of the ear and stepped off before tho train...

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 February 1892

1 V r r t VWIMWtfVr v HUlIf W n K SpVL 9 f M 4 f VOL II Sl3fonlhS 26 JnBCrtlons fThoMonHi 13 Insertion Ttvo Months Elghyltiscrtlons Ono jtonth you JtnaertWbs Throa Insertions Two Insortious Single Insertion I - n N C0XM D OfBeo bvor Kxehango Bank High nnd Queen streets j S88S883S8S88 8Sg88S88S8S8 ssasssR8sss SSSSSKiA8S88 388888888888 8SSSSS8S88 J8SSS8RS8SS8 r w m eo i to o og Court Directory 0JB0UIT 0OUBT JUDOR JQHM K C00PEK nrosldlng Third Monday May nnd tho Fouith Afonday In November 11 COCBT OP COMMON PLEAS JfllWJBTJSoOTr prealding Third Monday In September and March M0NT00MBH QlURTfcBIr OOnBT Judge Iwis ArrBBSOM presiding Tuesday al ter Third Monday In January April July and October COttMTY COUBT Third Monday of each month MT OTKBUKO CITY C6URT 0mi BnAVOn Judge James W GbOves presiding llrst Sat urday In each month Professional m T AXETT Ai Attomesvat Iaw CLVDii NKLSON 8 MSTylr rhYLEH r SuiycMvlllc Ky Will practice in the Cdnrtaot Kcntnckyt u Mt Sterling Ky Qfflcoin Fixer BloeTc...

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 February 1892

Jr k rii IV 1C ft m A J33k ss 9- kl YlQawlndidato tor the liomination for M Prcstdont Tlio text of tho letter Is as 1 - ir f St frJ l i v 3 fimMraipvi JlSPjt i nsRo r o 4y Si W m w i si fi l H SHOES MKYV mms ADVOCATE Kl 13 B tssssssfssi J1 KAftRIS MASON tropriotorsv STKUIilNG XUKSDAY F1511 0 1R2 Wfttobmm m wwswmn ra VBftlssS s Fwwm wise v- foxhb followcvs ot Urn Plumed Knlght vc iii dcinttit mounduff Mr lilahic wuvjuurdny sont a loiter to J S Cntm111110 Cliairinaii Of the llepubli yflcanatidual ConnnUtce declining to follows D C Fob 0 1S92 -Hon J S Clarktojn Cbainnan of Jliii lepubilean 2fttomil Comnilttne pMV Dear Sir lam not a candidate tor tho Presidency and my name will giibl go before tho lb publican National KjcHiVotition for tho nomination I make this announcement in duo Season To thoso who have tendered mo ftludr Kupnort I owo filnccra thanks onflilntnn 1lwtV will T nm Riirf tmako earnest elfort in tho approach ing contest which is rendered espe cially Important by reason of...

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 February 1892

1v - kOTl lXi j 7 1 o M w THEAMOCAm CORMtSPOHDENOE U Sharpsburg Iterns u - rv G GGrimbs of Mooroflold was in tpwn a few days last wcolc Misses tizzio and Josato Peed4 are Visiting relatives in Mason county C VV PotorS and Allio RatlTiTworo In Owiugsvillc last week on business Tho Sharpsburg fair will be bold this year from August 9 to 12 inclu sivefour days Mrs William Duckworth lias re turned to her homo at Thompson after a pleasant visit to relatives here Wallace Whaloy and Miss Nannie Thompson went to Cincinnati last Tuesday and woro married It was not an elopement the young couple merely going to Cincinnati to avoid the display of a houso or ciiurcii wed ding Mr YYhaloy is - Pminont young1 business man of this town and Miss Thompson is one of our most popular and lovllest young ladies May happiness attend their journey through lifo nhn nrtmocratic tirimary election ln5ld throughout this county last Saf f nrday for the purpose 01 mmunuuuis candidates for Circuit Court Clerk and3h...

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 February 1892

fitf ii 3 t nw srmv Tjt aBsssasss itsrtJoiK Hoblldnt JCJWIMU U WW t a n - V ti A AROUND THE FARM f tin wtaJT jt 1 iinAti V Li3 l4S - 4RTJWJ MUTE ADVOCATE ambs iu movable pons make ox- dc6troy6ra of plantains and ictfmcods on tho lawn Kiiti - uuyou grow mutton you com- pctuvitU your neighbors when you egfl8W 5ou JPto with the rM0J2 asparagus growcrclaims that airiniiiinvntnnntnf nO nor- nmit nn lin damask iinuyoKin uio asparairus bou uv 1 hlir 2 VOai old limits flt ir hnnr in Jty tCliosc aro nialos and the shoots whore fhoiii will bo earlier and larirer V ANIX08 winter fruit keeps jrvlicu excluded from ajr and kept irom moisture lickcu in uldydt Jcd sundlhcy do well A io nioisuiro is luioujcctionauio tho fruit is iu ijht all tho iino so that decaying pociniiiis can SKtrrfci jtbo jakon away at once JjjTo Ohecit Eao EAXiMO The time of year that wo have found most filled with temptatious for tho eq uating bonis approaching Yarious journals aro advocating elaborate methods of arrangement...

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 February 1892

i r t M i THE ADVOCATE l I1 rfa Wick Kendall at ork hiring tlto short Umo Pvo been fefo said Representative Kendall I have found out and tho old mem bers have told mo tho sumo thing that It la easier o got claims through tho departments than it is to Wait and run he gauntlet of tho House with a private bill This is particularly so yith tho poiiBion claims I spout teatly the entiro morning to day look- after tho claims of my fiits boioro tho various departments nmjifl received assurance in in tho hdMsof soino of tho departments that certain claims I Went to inquire into would bo audited as soon as possible I called at tho Department of Justice this morning and saw Attorney General Miller about recommouding a pardon for Dick Wilson of Wolfe couuty who has o judgment against him for tho forfeiture of bonds it jy17 iieuuan win soon jcarn now- vcr mat pneso ncaas 01 uopnruuenis wll proiniso anything bill do nothing Wasliington Correspondent Courier-Journal f Tl Opium Smuggling Talking ab...

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 February 1892

I - J i MT BTEBLIKa aY06aTI TUESDAY EBBUABY 1892 - i W M t iiUsS V 1 mini iiiii imliiiiMwMljiimjilIUMiiIJMjLuj1MMiMM liMiuiiwii i jjmmwimwi i iiii niiln im nim i i n m ill imi iniiii inw n i i uni ihiiiiimmi r y 1 1 i J HlgHMBi m THE ADVOCATE -is n iney i W Bi kfoif I 81 I Wi I iii gaaEi l vk At 1 v is am kk M - ite HORSE AND TRACK Goo Middleton of Chicago has 35 bought back Jack 212 for2600 Mt Thomas Forbes the ownerof Jcroma jTurner 215 lives iu Mobile Ala feffcosa Wilkes 218 J by qeorgo rWilkcs will bo bred to Alloi ton 2 09 LJiScvon stallions navo trotted in 2 12 Jprtbottor but threo mares have beaten pthat lime L ni s u iii 41 it r inio jo m uii iiuuuumi UlU 1UOI tBoason that tho public will have a fchaitCG to breed to Allnrlnn ST Arions fee for this season is twenty- live hundred dollars and is by no means too high J Malcolm Forbes Boston Mass owner of Nancy Hanks 209 and Arion 2 10 has booked 11 vo marcs to Axtcll Somo horses have breeding without individuality while others h...

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 February 1892

x ft fc J o M i Ji h Trimble Bros wholesale Grocers Wc need tnonoy ntid must have it Wo cant live on air nor pay our debts with promisee If wo could we would bo Btill moro indulgent with four customers as wo liavo boon in lieipast But our debts have to be it to tho day and wo doit Now vM wrtiilrl kindlv ask every ono who reVds this if ho or she lias paid their accouut which is past duo Wo would also kindly ask cvoryono to remember that all accounts arc duo the 1st of each month Wo adopted the casland thirty day business in dead earnest meaning it not only for Dick -Tom and Harry but for every one without exception Trusting you -will heed our appeal Wo aro Jhpst respectfully TiVhvimrv 8th 1392 27 2L I I or salo or trade 50 acres of coal and timber laud in Morgan county inquire at this office LMarWd on Tuesday evening at the Bidcnco of Mrs Sarah Ilainllnc west High street Rev H L Navo offlciat Ina1 Joseph IJ Sullivan to Miss Mary Hainline Bank Stock Fifteen shares of Now Farmers Bank ...

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 February 1892

4 K l wmm ism i m kV ij - t rt V- 3Bi XUtSsfv i tr 01 o jk t vr wae fcS ijuu imi - m iummiii m in 4tr the advocate PEN AND SCISSORS Tlgor bones arc used as a mcdicltio JnUhiua wliuro tlicjrnro supposed to possess tonic qualities In tho Sahara Dcsort tlio day may yV Vbo boiling hot but not ioftho tomporature at night falls below freezing point V l w w g UiUU illUlU UtU UipiU rT trees crowintr fonv liifilins in linrM bear fruit freely about the size V rt i wr oi currants Tho Mansfield Xcws vory properly iMJi says that fifty times tho profits of tho MJif lt i Tl 11 i 1 1 1 vuuiivj xan was sjioiit in mess ami IbV the runt of diamonds bv those who attended it Tho hamlet of Faust situated in the Lower Pyrcncss bolongs neither to Pranco nor Spain It has over 100 citizens They havo no mayor or other civil official Two claimants of membership in tho immortal Six Hundred of Balak lava livo in Indiana Sorgeant John Lovich of Indianapolis and fanner Thomas Day of Vcvay Tho grand total of charit...

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 February 1892

r 1 VXMjII 52 ItisnAtiona i W SI Inaortjona Ji 7 Three Months I lflUusortlons Two Month--Eight Insertions Olio Month ITour Insertions Thrco Insertions Us fwo Insertions Single Insertion Office Court Street Law 8SS2SSSSSSS8 S3SSSSS88S3S I v 83SSS888S8S8 saasesasssss SS28aKJ3S8SS i i m 05 ua o t oo y jj g 883888388888 8SS38SSai288S8 88SSS8SSSSSS Court Directory OIKCniT CODUT eraiOK JonN E Coormi presiding Third Monday 4 f Wand tho Fourth Monday In November ill COURT OF COMMON 1T1IAB rio T J Scott presiding Third Monday In ontcinbcr ana sinrcn vthVTnnsiERY OOAUTEBLY COURT Jihai Lewis ArrERSON presiding Tuesday tc Third Mouday iu January April Jury ana October Third JTonday of each month Judok JVtK3 W Groves presiding First Sat- uruuy uitiacu raonui m jaunettA Attomoy ai ROFESSIONAL Salyersvifcc Ky W1U practice lnho CourUof Kentucky T CLYDE NELSON Attorney-at-Law Shurpsburg Ky Will practice in tho courts of Bathand sur rounding counties - TtW CHAS J7DUEKSON U Physician and Surgeon X nm ...

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 February 1892

Pte W ygw r Hi ww - - v - -- V - - THE ADVOCATb HAHRIS MASON Proprietors MT STKllLlNG TUESDAY FEU 10 1892 OUR NOMINEE AT CHICAGO Wo nro of opinion tliiit neither Mr Clcvchuid nor Mr Hill enn bo nomi nated by tho Democratic party for President wo nro firmly persuaded in the light of lato events tho nomina tion of either would bo unwise There i perhaps small doubt that Mr Clove- - land is tlio choice of tho conservative clement of the party in New York but MY TI ill has the machine element ut hi back This factional fight in the snto simply means tho democracy of the country cannot nllord to take cither num Wo nro of opinion too that this is nut an unfortunate state of affairs fur the party good 1 lie democratic jmiJj has allowed New York to dic tate to it the nominee for lroidcnt fioni Hot are Grecey down and as a icsult ot that dictation we have sc on it d ono four ears term in tho White House Tlio day has come when some ono elo should hao a chance and we aio stiongly of opinion that...

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 February 1892

it astt u I a if t THE ADVOCATE Richard CJarkson nlias Cronin of JBi ooklyu was arrostcd in Philadelphia 011 Wednesday on the chargo of swin dling A G Linden of Wrightavillc Georgia by means of tho Green Goods game When Clarkson was Bcavchcd sreou goods circulars Avcro found upon 3W and sovcral telegrams signed by John Vf Ecklar Jcfforeonvillc Ky and V II Mukand J Norman Bow ling Green Ky A special from Philadelphia to th6 Gincinnajl Enquirer goes on to say Tho police authorities at onco con cluded that Olarkson was hero for tho purpose of mooting his dupes and steering them to Now York where tthoy could bo swindled asLnulerwas A f i a sm n rvt AIn n tl1 via scarcii at ino jiuiuih naa iu Jho officers wero rewarded by finding Ecklar at tho Hotel Wavcrly - Although it was only 8 oclock last evening Ecklar had already retired and when tho officers knocked on his door ho concluded that ho was to bo forcibly broken in on and robbed He at onco made preparations for a stub born resistance ...

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 February 1892

- Ih i MlMaiMl I1 I in ii i jHmto Ll SifSfi W96S2 y if i V MBBXfK vuffl tTOSra TC ftW J V3 4 s 4 I A fHr waffl - HmHwSa ii IHHnRri t - mgh r IH iiS isir f HIE ADVOCATE FARM AND FARMER Always jf Always behove in fanning so long fai it nn li 1J w r f Always blanket tho warm horse itt standing ia tho wind Av - ii ii jiv I JV1UUJB I1111K UlU tUDO luglliuilj kindly and with dispatch Always count your chickens after I Iho poriod of incubation is passed t 1 Always think twico before tho boy xjiis sot 10 a tasK you woiuu 1101 uo your- Sclf 1 t Alwavs keep cellars cool as nnar 3i degrees as possible in which loots are stored Aiwa s prepare for the spring work ifiv during tho comparative leisure of winter Always clean tho mud from your horses when you get home and rub them dry Alwayd keep the fences and gatein order and have a supply of posts ready Always go to tho banife at night just before going to bed to see that the stock is all right Always select the most vigorous n 111 e1Afo fVii rvno...

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. — 16 February 1892

ki m sy m iw JJJ u i KMiifflttrtrtiiilffi fl m tva 5 WW i a t GENERAL NEWS Wm II Beers has resigned the Presidency of tho Now York Life Insurance- Company hirty fivo towboats with 3OJ8000 Iruahcls of coal left Pittsburgh last week for Louisville Luke Courtney was acquitted at Newport Ark for killing a man who K insulted his mother Right of way has been granted for an electric lino to connect Ashland with Catlottsburg Mrs Newberry f of Cfcburne Tex Kvho murdered hor three grandchild- tpiij has been charged by ner son with lunacy Threatened strike on St Joseph Lid Grand Island has been averted by- agreement to tho employes do- inuds Asupposed tramp found dead at St Louis has been identified as Thomas rd brother of an ox Lord Mayor of London About forty people wore poisoned by drinking coffee at the monthly banquet of tho Daughters of Rebecca it Eldorado Kas Frank C Noble and his once great ftallion Alcyone lias been expelled from tho track by tho National Arot tiug Association A minor...

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. — 16 February 1892

J - - i NuBlJMABHflHK THE ADVOCATE ner RELIGIOUS wie yirtyyfw i wn liowarils Mills Baalist church is 4 V y nowready for uso with exception of Jnsido finish nud will bo dedicated in ho early spring ftov J Dllzlor will preach nt ho 31 E church in this city Wednesday Might March 2nd Ho will remain until after JSnndayand preach morn ing and ovening Tho Chistitin church at this placo will soon put in an organ Tho church members or a majority of them havo Wanted an organ for a long time It Wilt add greatly to tho music and we congratulato them Hazel CJrccn Her ald Rev F A Savago began a protract ed meeting ut this placo lastThumlay Might It will continue during this week and as long as results will jus tify lie will bo ussisted by his brother from Georgetown Ky who will ho hero Tuesday Complon cor respondent Hazel Green Herald Ecv Thos Wood of Til ton Fleming county visited his brother Major A T Wood and other relatives in this city this week and being requested by a numbor of friend prea...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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