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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 12 July 1892

sir iAi IE 5- 188 JI2 w KSBHk ffia Cio THE ADVOCATE How a Bis Fortune Was Made It is statod that Scnor Don Julian Alvarez of Havana Cuba was worth 5000000 His fortune was made by a curious accident and as the inci dent will serve to adorn a tale it is jrolatcd hero as told by Sonor Alvarez himself In 181 a young Spaniard loft his nativo land and camo to the island of Cuba to seek his fortune Ho was a Catalan as they denominate tho na tives of tho provinco of Catalonia in Spain Tho pooplo of that scctiou are called tho yaukeos of Spain because of their shrewdness and generally wido awako character and when they onco get hold ot a dollar they do not let it gp unless it is to bring another back with it Julian Alvarez he had not yet arrived at the dignity of being called Sonor Don was as thrifty as tho people of his provinco usually are and aftor ho had got well of the yellow fever which every new comer iu Havana expects to have bo fowyhjs accclimation is complotc ho looked about him fo...

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. — 12 July 1892

tK Br In - l 8L i i war I I r i icaw H MEu s m t v ml H JDK ft A iffT 1 tf u il A i i I ispv vt vT c t thb advocate Horse and track vMarvin has forty eight trotters in training Axtell has in thrco years earned ovcir 105000 A fcaturo of tho full trots at Lex ington will bo a mllo and a quarter dash for horses for the 2 15 class Thero will always be a good mar- kot for trottors capable of winning the i monoj Tho book of Dclmarch 211 against tho watch and 2 12 in a race is full Eecords tell tiio story Hi juauu o iaucy JiaiiKS jivnua uuu ft r 1- Axtcll aro tlio oniv trout rs in tnc z ao list that never lost a race Anon never lost a heat The gray mare Cora S 2 23J by Harold out of Cora Uelmont 224 V sister to Nutwood has foaled a brown filly by Axtcll Tho wonderful flight of speed shown by Axle tho two-year-son of Axtell -has moved a gentleman who means what he says to oiler to bet 500 even that an Axtcll two-year-old will this year beat Axtclls two-year-old rec ord of 2 23 500 against 1...

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. — 12 July 1892

n6 4 fe ts4 i l rar o TM M -4 Wholesale MT wtti Winn Streofc formerly occupied by James Roberts and Mr Roberts has moved into the property on same street one door east formerly occupied by A C Kidd J G Trimble has donated to tho Zion Methodist Church a corner lot worth 300 in the beautiful villago of Highland Park upon which will bo erected immediately a nicp church building 30x li feet and also a iiou60 lor school purposos aud a public well Six thousand people witnessed the oratorical contest at the Chatauqua grounds Friday afternoon All of tho leading colleges in tho stato had rep resentatives and tho interest mani fested by the collego boys each yell ing for his man was groat Tho 7500 was given to Mr II L Godsoy of Ccn tro College and Mr A L Irvine from Central University got second money 2500 ThoBiir Steer belonging to son and Stith of this county which lias been on exhibition hero for a few days past is certainly a monster Ho is only 3 years old and weighs as ho wastakon off th...

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. — 12 July 1892

SpIju f 1 im a If MP i W Vi 33a - tff r j AilA ftrJ f i tr 1 a k A v h SMh I K f I f - w 9 Si fjf v TOBm W - urn r R Mi I I i t 4 r rv a Tr - I K L LT A Uf W A U jL ikH k f NASCENTE LUNA I ee stretch of thlnloR sky Like Bomo fair occAn eunftct lit Peaceful and wide its apace lie And purple shore encompass it A littlo slender silver boat Upon Its bosom is afloat This craft unstayed by winds or tides Slips oat across the twilight bar Through rosy ripples soft she glides - Led by a single pilot star With shadowy sails and fairy crovr Sho drifts along tho summer blue Shes flllcd from stem to stern with flowers And Love and Hope and Happiness Will aught of what she brings bo ours Ah mcl if wo could only guess Sho rides elusive and remote This littlo slender sllvef boat London Spectator HIS EIJLING PASSION 7W HHuI Phineas Gunny was crushed ho had always been crushed he expected to always bo crushed Lifoa sweets had all turned to acids for him even forbidden fruit only produced vine gar Ot...

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. — 19 July 1892

VOIu II - I u La 2 to f a Tt n lVHOlVftl B BSInscstlomjl u - Six Months 86 Insertions Three Months 18 Insertions V Two Months Eight Insertions One Month Four Insertions Three Insertions w Two Insertions Knglo Insertion advertising rates P rl Will practice In tio Courts of Kentucky ijfT M OLIVER Jjy 5 A PIATT Veterinary Siugcon fll be in Mt Sterling on Court days hen UCU WJU IWlBViUl lUlUril Inn HOWARD YAK AJfTWMlU 111 Dentist Office with Dr Wm Van Antwerp Short street ijnjoifcu viw vvw wmwwi WGmWt LHAYDONT MD- t ilt8tcillnir Ky fticar n sidence cor High Sycnmoro Sts VC SHANKLAND V Dentist r Mt Sterling Ky dfflcc No 0 West Main St upstairs H jut fticrung ny Ofllco upstairs cornor of Court nnd Broadway IJ CLAY McKEK S HUKT I Ofllco In Fizer Block Mt Sterling Ky UJriullB lliii J u itwbv XIIIVHIK ItWilH AtIlWv VI t HITIItV and located in tho city of Mt Sterling will I Joining counties and in the Superior Comt I Court of Appeals and Federal urt of Ken Iftnsjjy Prompt and careful attentio...

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. — 19 July 1892

W ifr tf h fc i r to m f S W M I i Hh N 141 KX i tf f K s s y U 4 tf 7W I -V t THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STERLING TUESDAY JUJY 12 1691 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOU PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND FOB VICE PRESIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSOX FOR CIRCUIT CLERK HENRY R BRIGHT FOR SHERIFF JNO C RICHARDSON We arc Hon C R FOR CONGRESS authorized Brooks of to announce Mt Starling Montgomery county as a candidato for the 53d Congress from the Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Judge John E Cooper as a candidato for Judge of this tho 21st Judicial district composed of tho counties of Bath Menefce Montgomery and Rowan subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidato for Circuit Clerk of Mcnefco county sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party To tho Democrats of the First Ap pellate District I am a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals subject to tho a...

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. — 19 July 1892

IE ADVOCATb X r d IORSE ANDTRACK I K K K ton has bcekbrcd to G2 marcs s s hvo dawrhiera of Green Mountain have bconbrcunoJNutwooa this II iork Central beat Dr Sparks riifco at Richmond Ind last i ibcat tlino 2 16 jiisack McCarthy trains trot- ihc morning at Fleetwood Park ruilnors in the afternoon at another ek ttia not a question of whether you Skcep good horsosol1 not it is a wtiou whother you pan keep poor 06 j m 3ollo Hamlin and Globo cut tho in record to 212 at Khkwood StjThey stopped tho first half of ratten 1 -08 1 u all of his races Roy Wilkes never hbilngol hover fuiled to got a so 6f tho monoy a record equalled jut few it any pacers V fastest- yearling at Palo Altd ifc8 a filly by Palo Alto 2 08 lsio by Gou Ronton second dam inc u telnm oi jNoriaiuo zwi r ycaWing fitli Axtcll 2 12 in Doblos hands Eniporor rithissho i Wilkes in George should bo a banner year I7ni 3j Simmons brother to- Guy Ices 215 William L most linos or business success I comes after years of toil and pa-...

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. — 19 July 1892

t M 5K IE i f M 9 Til f 1 fi R tn t THE ADVOCATE -v The Woodohuck Chancing to pass a besmirched April snowbank on tho border of a hollow you sep it marked with the footprints of an old acquaintance of of whom you have not lor months ecen even so much as this It is not because ho mado an autumnal pil grimage slowly following tho swift birds and tho retreating sun that you -had no knowledge of him but for his housekeeping closer than a hermits ecclubion These few cautious steps venturing but half way from his door rto tho tawny naked grass that is daily -edging near to his threshold arc tho 4h 6t ho has taken abroad since the 3ast bright lingering leaf fluttered down in tho Indian summer haze lie had seen all tho best of tho year hc blooming of tho first flowers the springing of the grass and its growth the gathering of tho harvests and the ripening of fruits tho gorgcousness of autunln molting into sonibro gray He had heard all tho glad songs of all tho birds and their sad notes of f...

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. — 19 July 1892

TE iTSM ne yeuJ 1th Pftj tit bir tf H i Mfci -v if f THE ADVOCATE President Harrison In an Inextrica ble Difficulty Wlth Hla Colored Brethern Whfte Means Black the OnlyWay Outoflt A spocial from Boston Mass says President Harrison has written a letter to Butler It Wilson tho colored lawyer of this city in re ference to tho clause in the Chlneso Ex clusion actthat tho identity of a Chin ese resident must bo established by tho testimony of a crcdiblo white wit ness Tho President says ho was as sured by Senator Dolph of Oregon who was on tho conforenco commit tee that framed tho modified bill that tho uso of tho term whito was a mere slip in tho hasto that charac terized tho legislation at tho last by reason of tho fact that expiration of tho previous exclusion law was near at end Continuing tho President says Tho whole scopo of legisla tion shows that there could havo been no purpose to distinguish between black and whito witnossoa I con ferred with tho Attorney Goncral up on tho subj...

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 July 1892

m m 1 m f j tlnnalA tiiti tm sKO Kiiuaivuiut fetor i t i unucr hid life if v a THE ADVOCATE t GENERAL NEWS Mrs W 0 P Brockcnridgo dictl iuJWashhigton on Thursday Her luuuuua wuru uruuuiii iu xjuxiiuiuii horo thoy wero laid away Saturday lib sympathy of tho cntiro Stato f Tho arrival of tho lroop3 in tho Cocur d Alone mining district in Ida- feffll110 aas nati a Pacltyjll ciiect out to Kentuckys honored Con gressman In this hour of sorrow and Imud bereavement ikers liavo out an appeal for a Congressional investigation If tlioy attempt to destroy any more the Govonor has ordered them on tho spot inet has been restored at and there is no fear of futhcr trouble A largo number of ilro arms ere seized in tho negro quarters and j number of the leaders of tho mob ro arrested At a mass mceliug the bettor class of negroes resolu tions were adopted deploring tho Jbcnt ovcuts and pledges were made mlb co operate with tho whites iu li naintaininj tho peace M Vhn flnnila in tlio AVnritnv mill Tnm...

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 July 1892

x yv rA 1L j e d i lus ST U re i HI m ly wm tsi r a her death 9 A subscriber to tho editor of the Gazette said Your paper this week aBido from politics is good sub scriber continuing his perusal but here what does this meau What says tho editor In another column of this paper will bo found an advortifeomont of a medi cino known as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for salo by druggist T G Julian of this place In almost every neighborhood throughout tho west thero aro some ono or moro persons whoso lives havo beon saved by this remedy It is nat ural for such persons to tako especial pleasure in recommending tho remedy to others Tho praiso that follows its introduction and uso makes it im mensely popular While it is intend ed j6peciallyfoiMolic cholera morbus dyscntary ahd diarrhoea it is aho claimed to euro chrouio diarrhoea If bucIi bo tho casv it is certainly a God send to many a poor mortal II MT 3TEBM NFG ADVOCATE TUESDAY JULY 191892 Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers l...

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 July 1892

A i ft v Ji L fVi ns 1 ui Ill r wyjBTS o THE ADVOCATE i THE MODEST WORSHIPER Is noma far comer of tho church Where saintly shadows oof t aro flitting A praycrbook In her slender bond Oar modest little maid Is sitting The soft toned mnslo swells on high And thero apart from Fashions splendor With thoughts rcmoto from earthly things Her soul to Qod makes full surrender Hers is no flguro rare to see Her face Is palo with freckles on it Xo giddy stylish gown sho wears And on her hood Is last years bonnet Shes Just a common little miss With no great claims to stylo or beauty Who in the common walks of life Works hard and tries to do her duty And as we sco her sitting there Wo think how small must bo tho pleasure That comes unto this simplo maid Dealt out from her lifes narrow measure To hers denied tho blessing great Of wealth that gives us larger vision And in tho choking grasp of toil How circumscribed must bo her mission Yet who shall Judge the hand of Fate That takes from some and gi...

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 July 1892

m ft 11 e- d e- mj T J nil CHAS l uutiB z1 - VJ Office i c t MT y oii ii ADVERTISING RATES 2 Ono Year S2 Ingestions Six Months W Insertions Three Months 13 Insertions Two Months Eight Insertions Ono Month Four Insertions Threo Insertions Two Insertions 888888888888 8Sa8SSS8S88 J S8S8S8SSSSis Single Insertion - sassssiasB S 2 H g S 2 2 o o o - WMrtO oil Sterling jy X N 838888888888 S5S888888S888 SSSS8S8888S8 SSaS52SSa 28888 SSK8V5S8aS888 Court directory Jddok JOHM E Cootkh presiding Third Monday May and the Fourth Monday Jin i November COCBT OP COMMON VLEA8 jewm TJ Scott presiding Third Monday in SMuXKTnjT COURT Tcsdy ftN WM AWHWOJI PWjWlnft - JDDOE tcr Third Monday in January April Jury ana Ct0bel COUNTY COURT Third Mondav of each month WBUM CITY CeURT ClVILBRANCn Iff JDDOE JAUKa yf Grovks presiding iirst Sat- uruay in cacn uumm Professional -- JAltKETT Will pracUcein the Court ot Kentucky M OWVK d Xaw Buw0yor All collections and real estate tranjncHoM or tic red Oulce front room up...

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 July 1892

aesses HHsan 1 il pi V i 1 1 i s I nai ucif fll Pit m eiv riffi rV il frr tKmi W vW yfTiwMSPf1 TWP i 4 i FOR VICE PRESIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSON FOH CIRCUIT CLERK HENRY R BRIGHT FOR SHERIFF JNO C RICHARDSON 4 THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company HIT STERLING TUESDAY JUJV 12 102 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT GROVEIt CLEVELAND FOR CONGRESS i Wo arc authorized to announce Hon C It Brooks of 3tft Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for tho 53d Congress from tho Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party We aro authorized to announce Judge John E Cooper as a caudidato for Judge ot this tho 21st Judicial district composed of tho counties of Bath Mcnefce Montgomery and Rowan subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clork of Mcncfco comity sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party To tho Democrats of tho First Ap pellate District I am a candidate for tho nomination for Judge of tho...

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 July 1892

b i t THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK tflEzBflM ny11 m Grctchon the dam of Nelson 210 has produced forils i y Norval 217- has boon a quarter hm season in 32 seconds KA io fvt kr w DrSparks is fastor than ever this year and has covered a quarter in 30J seconds Choycnne 2 ilGg will makh his first start at Teri o Ilauto Ind in August i s William L siro of Axtcll 212 worked a milo in 2 25 last quarter In 34 seconds last week Kentucky Union by Aberdeen en tered in the three-year-old stako for his age at Fort Wayne Ind JoItsof ast week and took a record of 2 25J -American Trotter Axtoll has about as many friends hero as Allcrtou and there are plenty of men hero who will back him in the contest in August American Trotter The Austrians that purchased Prince Warwick for 12000 also bought the bay horse Forn Wflkos by Wilkos Boy and the pair havo been shipped to Europe The time made in races throughout the country this year demonstrates tho fact thai a man niU6t have a good horpo or it will not p...

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 July 1892

i i j i i C i lv fcv V i jiiii lira fe in SI II THE ADVOCATE COURT DAY ItWIIISoon Bo Only a Memory Court day Hvo stock sales have been declining in Kentucky for several veavs and aro not any longer to bo regarded as important indexes for traders and fanners It is now the exception to the rule to find on the streets for sale strictly No 1 good stock This is duo to the change in the manner of selling Agents of the commission houses scour the country and pick up or engage all good stock When it is ready for market leaving only the undesirable aud culled lots for County Court street sales And it may bo added that the death of the old fashioned Kentucky Court day is only a question of time That day when the farmers of sovcral counties would meet once a month for tho transaction of accumulated business has passed away and year by year the court crowds grow smaller The farmer no longer keeps his money at homo in an old sock but when he wants to pay a neighbor a sum he writes out a check an...

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 July 1892

uH M iSM rn THE ADVOCATk MLpasB s A Sow to Her Wallow A Dog to His Vomit Tho natural propensities of men Republicans not excepted uro adverse I K io truth lioncsty and things pure To bo on tho side of right and justice Is to wage war with tho ilesh and tho devil Unless thcro is a radical ohango promoted by graco divine lievc will como a time in mans his tory whon ho will yield to tho evil one turning back as a bow to her wallow or tho dog to his vomit Tho ovil one awaro of tho character of his object attacks tho weakest point and In tho caso of tho editor of tho Gazette that point is in the head No sauo man who knows Judge Holt and his political methods could lor ono moment doubt our statement concerning his speech hero July 4th As ovldonco of which sco him with the raftsmen at Frankfort insisting that they dlno with him at his home impressing them that he is their friond so much so that they must abido with him and accept his hospitality Thcso men ho would have cat with him sloop w...

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 July 1892

W i 3 i ilii i m LI d f 1 fc t n - ft -1 Ml fcv ft IN JVHMPtam rTHE ADVOCATE fM44MlMH GENERAL NEWS Talo Alto Solictor Stanfords fa mous stallion is dead Thu eruptions of Mt Etna aro bo comius more violent Somo of the shocks aro felt fifty miles away Mrs Bacr Russell tho teacher of young Willie Vauderbilt in Now York has lost her reason and hor charge had a narrow cscapo from in jury Reliable information was rccoivod at Boise Idaho Wednesday night that insurrectionists have sworn to kill i1i i1 IahiI Shi tn i it n - it rtirs ft lion Louis E McComas of Mary land has been appointed by Chaii man Carter as Secretary of the Nation al Republican a Committee Mr Mc Comas has accepted the position and will begin the discharge of his duties iu New York forthwith gTho most disastrous Hood ever known in Central Illinois occuncd at Monticcllo Wednesday Bain began -falling about 1 p in and tho severest storm ever known raged for Unco hours The storm also struck Galcs burg and Springfield A Burling...

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 July 1892

Tl J ujj 3RI DBdRlHi mm BPP tp J liWsammm - W i iMmV Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers JHE ADVOCATb Kentucky Training School -will open September 5 1892 45 10t Dress suits a specialty and at very low figures at Harry Campbells - Married on last Wednesday at the Court house Itov B W Trimble ofllciating John Martin and Miss Maggie Zorn of Aarons Run Mrs Loiig has no superior as a voico U aincrj and will acknowledge none Her singing is a revelation of musical talent Somo one cither recklessly or ma liciously fired a pistol and killed for Waller and Andorson Chonault a fino steer on Thursday night i ii Each member of Mrs Longs com pany is an artist or hotter still -a thorough musician Dont fail to see them at tho Opera House Friday night July 29th Yesterday was a dull day at Win chester Court very few cattle on tho market no fat cattle sold Buyers offering 4- cents with owners unwill ing to sell i The new windows lor tho Christ ian church have been put in place and are vory handsome They a...

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 July 1892

fj m m t fvGSJEsa fi 1 TOv V M u lv Ik m THE ADVOCATE i Ho Hutchercil tlio Kins English One of Kentuckys most successful politicians was a very illiterate man but a man oLstrong common sonso I refer to ColonelJosoph Lo Compto He filled many important political offices and several times represented this district in congress being a zon of Henry county once in tiiis congressional district In one of his races life competitor was a Louisville- lawyer Thomas Q Wilson a collego bred man Colonel Lo Compto had been a soldier in the war of 1812 and fought at the disas trous battle of the River Raisin and other battles of that war Ho knew nothing of the rules of grammar and cared less Mr Wilson in ono of his speeches had ventured to say that thopeoploof the metropolitan dis trict of Kentucky should send an ed ucated man to congress at least ono who did not constantly in his speeches and conversation butcher tho kings English When Lo Compte came to reply he said I niust admit that I have never...

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