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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 March 1891

a 11 SbiM THE ADVOCATE Stoned to Doath r V AiToyo foraujycand a tooth ibr a tooth JLlio dictum of Hho law still holds good in Afghanistan In fact tho manners customs and sur roundings of tho Afghans to day might bo prototyped in tho pages of tlie Old Testament as faithfully Jib tlio PJK Jifn of tlm Israelites Tho Alffhaits aro MahonnnedaiiP it is true but thoir religion is built on old law linos and their social lifo is as simplo and patriarchal as when tho great law giver Moses ruled tho destinies of tho people of Israel f For in Afghanistan of to day oxen trnail nul the corn and plow tho fields and tho plow itself is a counterpart of tho Mosaical instrument Corn is ground is hand mills and a goat skin serves as a water bottle House hold and fanning implements havo changed nothing during tho centuries that havo elapsed since tho Israelites tramped tho desert by tho Dead Sea In short you could 11 nil a series of tableaux vlvants in tho surrounding of tho Afghanistan of to day to fil...

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. — 24 March 1891

IF 1 k K F LP - f L JE w8 THE ADVOCATE A GOSSIP MlnlghJt ad tho stars wero sleamlas In too deep blno dome of tho aky And tho moon vraa softly bemlne Oer tho earth front her throne on high Twos then that tho poplars stately To tho stars In a whisper clear Told tho news of tho day sedately xKor dreamt of ft listener near VSho came Bald tholallcr gravely Vo our thmlo when tho son vraalow And left cried thcyoongcr bravely Though hercTfoct eyes looked hcTTm Sho came ngalaeold tho older With a suddon ncry frof n And a tap on tho youngsters shoulder To our shado as tho sun went down With a lettor I guessed thowrltcr Whoeo words could light hereyeq And flush her cheeks till brighter si Thoy shouo thantosoate feklca Shu broko tho seal and faded Tho red of her obook to whlto And I read tho lines well sided By tho elcam of tho red cunlight It waspennod on tho oroofhla bridal To a lady of high degroo And regretful words and Idlo r Not half so fair as chc And sho read tho linos all oyer t With n...

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. — 31 March 1891

THE 1 Wv tr - - Y cmcurr counr I tAw Jirnajs John K CoorBanresiding Third Monday May and tho Fourth Slonaay in riovcmuur COUilT OF COMMON NKAS JtroaicT JScott presiding Third Monday la Sc Member and March MoNT00uiMr quahtehi y court OfuuaKLswis ArPKliSQN presiding Tuesday afj ter Third Monday In January April July and October J cqiNTT counr Tblrd Monday nlcnch month M7 BTKHL1N0 CIrti COCRTV CnII BRANCH Juwin JAMES W tinorxs presiding llret Saturday-In each month -- Professional m JAUNETT Attorney-at-Law Will pracUeacourUot gifttuSgr n v rvft vciRn of ML Sterling Kr U Kcpvcsonts tfjgs w illAHK 8TADIKU CO- r WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS CINCINNATI O Ui - Wliitn Oak Morgan Co Ky AAUAZBIUtGG A City Atty Office Court Street Mt Sterling Ky iuugk Amos davis s O WITH bettman nnos CO Mannlactmy o CIjOriUG 73ccJfo5Court Street upstairs Will attend - 1 -- Mntnil In life fnn promptly 10 any uuuaiunui M KTTlftTT J r 0 UU Y CSI Jean oh viiukiiiiuihi H L BT0NE G I IpMjfc Tyler rli Appereon l Ke Court Stree...

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. — 31 March 1891

m v V ft s -- m vP favi THE ADVOCATE a v GENERAL NEWS I dont know whether to go to Ijomlon or not You shouldnt back out now that success has crowned your clfoiti Success Efforts What efforts To hold a inonoclo on your cyo without using your hands Tho Superior Court of Ohio decides that Mr Brice tho newly olected Senator from hat State must pay about 1000000 in back taxes if lie has been a resident of Ohio for the length of time necessary o qualify him for tho Senatorship lie lias been pay ing taxes as a resident of New York In southern Oregon there is a for est sixteen thousand squaro miles in extent and if tho timber were cut and put on tho market at 10 per ono thousand feet tho proceeds would pay our national debt twice over Tho estimated amount of merchantable timber ou the tract is four hundred billion square feet It will pay now to sec that the pas ture fences are in good repair so that there will bo no risk of the stock breaking through to the growing crops Tho majority of the...

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. — 31 March 1891

Tfl HP J Aj 1 K THE ADVOCATE 0OTINa QREAT nOOKERIES TonB of Sea Bird Eerga on tho Far- allon stands Stolen by Poachero It is ono ot tho Ironies offatothat while Great Britain rigidly protects even tho smallest birds on her own territory during tho nesting season fiho docs not disdain to lay violent hands on tho mammals of a neighbor ing friendly power and on the othor hand that friendly power to wit the United States looks calmly on while its wild fowl arc decimated within fiifthtofits shOros by nliciiB ami even by i8 own citizens For it so hap pens that tho sea birds and land birda which annually visit tho Farallon group for tho purposo of reproducing their species havo a foo to reckon with whoso grasp is as ruthless as it is fatal Somo idea may bo formed of tho an nual decimation of California and North Pacific sea birds when it is stated that 3000000 of eggs were brought into the San Francisco mar ket from tho Farallpncs in four years and that in an immonso majority of cases tho ...

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. — 31 March 1891

m I - t XaL Lsr THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprietors i if ll i m tfi r it JIT STE1UING TUESDAY MAlt 21 KOI ror riiEsmtsT QROVER CLEVELAND Of Jfcw York ron vicu - ihesident JOHN O CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS ron cincuiT coukt clemc HENRY R BRIGHT ot Montgomery County ron SHERIFF JOHN C RICHAimSON of Montgomery County scfa Wo are authorized to announce lion Jno D Clardy of Christian county as a candidate for Governor subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Hon T LEUiston of Montgomery county is a candidate for Attorney General subject to the action of tho Democratic party Tho Constitutional Convention is at work on tho report of tho Committee av SfU take some time to disposo of this report Many a member will And alter ho has suc ceeded by dint of much haul work in getting tlfrough some pot measure he has to do the whole lighting over again to keep tho desolating hand of this Stylish Committee from com pletely changing tho verbiage and meaning of his dearly cherished arti...

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. — 31 March 1891

B - if fc r t y t Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers ATTENTION F L U The F L U Legislative Convention will meet at Ca margo Montgomery county on the first Sarurday in April at 9 a m The Montgomery County Union will meet at the same time and place A full representation is desired J CBDuff 32 tf County SecJx Tho gontlcmairAvho borrowed Cas sidy Suttons bptral screwdriver will please return it Wallacoa BigBailroad Show exhib its hero Tuesday April 28th A J Cassidy 6old his residence on High street to W E Cassidy for 3500 cash W J Quisinbcrry has rented his hotel properly at Sharpsburg to Mrs P G Mcrrlwcathcr Our fai mors arc very far behind vith thoir spring work Cause long coutinpcil wet weather 11 W E Cassidy sold his houso aud three acres of land on tho Levee pike to Bcnj Franklin for 1900 cash T J Davis of North MiddlotoAvn whp has a salo stable in Carlisle is here on a lookout for good Kbrscs Sec him if you want to sell Miss Anna Johnson delightfully en tertained a number of friends a...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 March 1891

l2 6 u HI m 1 THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Covington is enjoying a building boom Versailles is organizing an Athletic Club Newport wants a reformatory for children of tender years Tho Union an Alliance paper will soon appear at Glasgow Owcnsboro8 assessments foot up 3132071 an increase of 38G720 in tho last year TwnnUslx hundred emigrants were landed in Now York before 10 oclock Thursday morning The Oak Ridge Union of the farm ers Alliance has declared a boycott against tho Ellzabethtown News t i 1 1 1 n Tv Ttrnwn is getting the Gubernatorial raco in a Ilug Owcnsboro Messenger Tho Threo Forks Enterprise tayi work will probobly begin in about four weeks on tho Government works atBeattyvillc A re union ot the survivors of the battle of Fcrryvillo will be held at Pcrryvillc October 8 tho anniversary of tho battlo An nlloired wealthy Kcntuckian -- o named Cole was held Strip Okla homa Territory The Treasury Department has issued warrants to pay 040958 to Missouri and 7G9144 to Indiana ...

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. — 31 March 1891

b V Xm 1 to THE ADVOCATE FARM AND FARMER Tlio faults of registers arc that they register pedigree only nud not the merits of the nuimals To back a loaded wagon or cart with oxen lot them fuco tho wagon and push against tho tongue Tiio man that givefl his animals no shclteris trying to warm up all out doors by burning feed Tho avcrago weight of fleeces sheared In tho United States has doubled within tho past thirty years This is proferosslvo agriculture Whciiovor a horso is worked or drlvon to exhaustion or anywhero near it tho animal is in tho Jvorr best possible contrition to bo attacked with disease Guineas aro among tho best foragers of all tho fowls usually kept on tho farm and if allowed a good range will pick up tho greater part of thoir own living While an oxclusivo diet of grain is W objectionable as a rule yet at this sea son somo grain must bo supplied in order to keep tho fowls in good thrifty condition Many a creamery and privato dairy for that matter might send better 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. — 31 March 1891

J 3 m lii T It 8 S5 a THE ADVOCATE -WHY PATTI IS EVER YOUNG h Has Had tho Cares and Sor rows of Womankind But la Always Cheerful Men who fret and fume anil fuss who mourn Iho departed past who grope through life their oyes upon tho ground who mako a hell of tho present in apprehension of a futuro w mnv never come aro tho most pltablo object made for some mystc rious purpose by an inscrutable provi dence As I speak my eyes full upon a ca blo from London announcing tho tri umphant roccption and marvelous suc cess of Pattl in tho greatest hall of that chief metropolis whero she was hailed enthusiastically by thousands who had paid 20 a ticket to hear her matchless voice and tho thought oc curs to you as to mo How is it that this woman now nearly fifty years of age after thirty years of oxecssivo labor on tho operat ic stage preceded by tenycars whon as a child sho sang in tionccrt halls pre serves comparatively her youthful ap pearance holds by tho charm of her voice vast audiences ent...

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. — 7 April 1891

I f H EX w j Ti A LuT COURT DRECTORY iliw ClRdOIT COURT JuaB JOHK E Coorsa presiding Thlnl Monay May and the Fourth Monday In November COURT OP COMMON FLEAS JliPflB TJ Scott presiding Third Monday In scmemuer ana uarcn MONTOOSRV QUARTKRLT COURT JcnfiB Lewis ArpjsssoK presiding Tuesday af ter Third Monday In January April July and October COUKTT COURT Ls IThlrd ifonday of each month AIT BTKH11HU U1TX iUUMr VllllHKflUU JUbUK Jamba W Uroves presiding First Sat urday 1h each month Professional L ip JAUNETT Salyersvlllc Ky Will practice in tho Courts of Kentucky D mr n F5 UCIIA8DUEnSON lliymciuu linu aum un fitnrlliif ALLEN B lt I AA1AA rla iitrtMrVl llaa atit eslde corner Of Clay and Mays illo streets rt IftVll V1ITY iHfr KM lit ItcnresontH J51ACK 8TADLEU 4 CO WHOLESALE CLOTIIIEnB ClNCINXATJ O ileal Estate Agent While Oak Morgan Co Ky a iiA7HTmnn V Atlnmnvflt1nYr A filtr AttV 4v OMce Court Street Mt Sterling Ky UDGK AMOS DAVIS WITH BEITAN BROS A CO juiinuijtciurcn ih uiaauiiui 00 West r...

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. — 7 April 1891

v fc w jO M t y W5f R4 4 IA AA THE ADVOCATE PEN SCISSORS AND PASTE Swell modistes lit their skirls to the customer whilo she Is seated Of tho Now York police forco 11C arc laid up with la grippe Now tho dear jrirls aro wearing studs and huttous of enameled gold Sandwiches of foie gras with egg nog is a smart blto to sorvo the afternoon visitor yomcn aro shorter now than at any time in tho last ten years all because of tho low heeled English walking shoes All tho collars and cuffs on jackets ami wraps flare Thoy aro braided and tho loops aro tacked down with buttons Taney putting a bottle of champagne in a 100 silver holdor That is what some of tho descendants of Croesus aro doing at stag and bridal spreads xiio now laco vail lias only one beauty spot and to tho looker on comes tho recurring thought did tho other patches blow or fall off Small potatoes with cream sauce is the popular form for ico cream just at present Individual creams of this sort aro 3 a dozen Tho world of womankin...

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. — 7 April 1891

1A X V s V W 1 TT01 quickly You can 0ofJuly toliso r U Y JtfX L lvf Progress Among the New Things In Tnlmnno Culture y Lswislffo1clt jitfcntjpntb known as Leaf curing Miai ue ginning at tho bottom jiiidgathcriuff tho iTebacco fihmihl alwaVs be planted s early as possible andlon quick rich soil- with plenty of vegetable inquld hudrnaiinro of sdmc kind in tboand With a Yavorablo SbasoiOyou cah begiu to gather th6Icavcsuu from sixty to sovonty days This should bo done in baskets prepared for the purpose And with care n6tio4brui6e TlioftfarcaffimttffcUieliftuso amf fliAJ1it1fAhAinMi iliA Itnftlrlin nilfl 1 tllUll lUlVUll UUIll U1U UIUMU UUU UUUg on sticks oi strings By far tho best dov tliatl knojv of being Uio Snow S tidkiudccdT do not speho w thiscan lip improved on In a week or Wo these same plants will bo ready for another gathering of leaves and so on to the Wcndf tKJ season Jf c Nowjl do no speak umim rj f matter from liea sfjHhis rsav tor roadinc Olmf ftATntfAlo1 ifii1vni1XvniMMn...

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. — 7 April 1891

fc 4 THE ADVOCATE HAgfltg MASON Proprietors MI STERLING TUESDAY AIT 7 1891 V FOIt JPKESIDEMT GROVER CLEVELAND Of Now York yon vicfa 1 front J rilESIDEST JOHN G CARLISLE f Ot Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK CIHCniT COOUT CLERK HENRY B BRIGHT oi Montgomery County for sheriff JOHN C RICHARDSON ofMontgomery Countyj We are authorized to announce Hon Jno D Clardy of Christian county as a candidate for Governor subject to the acliou of the Democratic party Hon J L Elliston of Montgomery county is a candidate for Attorney General subject to the action of the Democratic party TO ADVERTISERS You are looking for tho best umtKrouirSvlucii to reach tho peo ple You will And that medium in tho Mt Sterling Advocate For tho reasons that it has a larger circu lation than any paper published here and reaches moro peoplo who are tributary to Mt Sterling than any other publication Our books are open to advertisers and they can sat isfy themselves of tho truth of this as sertion A BIQ BLUFF The Italian Minist...

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. — 7 April 1891

L kx r A 4 aB1 N MBjMMWMWaillTWlPINaPwWMlllllllMIJl Tmimilk Bros wholesale Grocer W Wal VvfXMiNrtfMi -- BTT it vr 1 RFATMOPTR m SUBSCRIPTION RATES Obayaarla adrattea ifl 00 iter thFM uoattis 1 JUteraixnuwtas i - 1 Go to Jaqea for weddlBgipresents -V g Th tohacc market It somewhat iwprsjVipi lciw fe4lfel ard lxjiter on alTeolory tobacco Casoy county suppotrs itspaupers at boss ranging from 40 to 960 each pr asmura The contract itlet to th lovost bidder Thedieltawarf ihls jnaklngpreparaposa to 4c tfe iiUBd aro cclebrat anniversary of tha order April if liFgraua sijie U M 1 i A i w m Squire Lewis Wright held policy 91172 with the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Newark Now Jersey for 1400 whfeb he allowed to lapse Jan 1st 188ft But under tho exten sion given by ths company his family Jgets this Insurance j Dr C H Bogman tho well known ecialUt will be here for one day only Saturday April 11th Any ono iirnced of the services of this distin guished physician would do well to make a noto o...

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. — 7 April 1891

r f 3f K 4T v i jPfV J r i iis i r 6 A rTHE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Hog cholera has nttakcil the Met calfe county porkers Tlio trade organizations or Middles borough liavo formod a federation Falmouth has been on the verge of coal famine for tho past two -weeks The McKinloy tariff provisions for tho free ontry of sugar went into ef fect April 1 Train wrecking has been added to tho list of offenses death in California punishablo by There has been inoro timber floated down the Licking this spring than in any previous season The Columbus 1orutn says every road overseer in Hickman should bo indicted for neglect of duty There aro fifty lhrco divorce suits on tho docket of tho approaching term of Common pleas Court in Paducah The racing season was opened in the Western chcuit Monday with the regular spring meeting at Now Orleans Tennessee trotting horse breeders will meet at Nashville April 15 and organize a State Breeders Associa tion K Chicagos death rate consequent upon tho grip epid...

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. — 7 April 1891

B V n THE ADVOCATE Chief Justice Shaw Lemuel Shaw who was for thirty years chief justlco of tho supremo court of Massachusetts was a uotablo flgulo lu that commonwealth from 1830 till 1800 Ho was short ami stoulf lu stature with hardly any neck at nil so that his largo head scorned to be placed almost directly upon his body and sunk in his ncclcercliiel Ho had an abundant supply of brown Inclined to reddUh hair which had a tendency to curl His forehead was somewhat low but squat o and strong and hit stout cnseinblo striking to a degree so that pcoplo would involun tarily turn around and look at him as he passed thcin in tho street lie could bo seen any Sunday morning for year walking down Winter street just before church time ou hi way to Trinity which was in tlioso days lu summer street near tho head TTto f1nmnnnr In tllO street WBS markably modest and unassuming and there was nothing In his appcar anco assertive of tho fact that ho was the greatest master of jurisprudence next to ...

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. — 7 April 1891

Fi ki i Lcr Li Lv THE ADVOCATE FAHM AND FARMER DivG G Groff says it would bo worth thousands of dollars to tho far mers where llio land is hilly to kuow that tho lows should run neither up nor down tho hill nor should they ho carried on a level alone tho side but rather with a very gcntlo slopo down tho hill in ordor that the water may all havo time to soak into tho ground aud thus neither will tho soil bo all washed oil nor will all tho water run off from the Held whero it is needed When a horses hoof becomes brittle Boak tho foot for an hour in water as Warm as tho hand can bo held in with out being burned then having dried it put on a poultice of glycerine four ounces and linseed or oil meal oue quart with sufficient hot water to make a poultice Repeat this often enough to keep tho hoof naturally moist and pliable Rub tho coronets the spaco just at the top of tho hoof with tho following linament daily Camphorated soap linament seven ounces keeping tho bottle Well corked Tho most ...

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. — 14 April 1891

ri fir THE j ii8isn Du 5 VOL 1 r Court JltllAYUON M IV- - Tilt Stcillnp ivy Ilico overQiiecjis stoi owiUmiv It IV C bllANKIiASl Directory 3 iA CIRCUIT COCIIT Judos John K CoorznjmlaIngtTnlrO Slonflay May and tho Fourth Monday in November - COUKT OP COMMON PMSAS JudqhT J Soott presiding Third Monday in a Scntcmtwrnnd March1 r i T fHOKlOOHEBViQllARTEntY COtJnT J JwaELrwrBVrmsotf presldlnNTuwdny af ter Third Monday in January April July and October CPWTY COCBT Thfrd Monday of each month lr JuiianJiMESWjGBoVKS presiding J irst j urdnyincacji month i j f P T Professional J AKJJKTT Snlycrf vlllo Kj W1irractlce ju tho Courts of KontucVy rKCHASlUUEttSON - IMiruIplnii hud Kilnnon MintcrllliirKr c Office Main SU oyer Yoris Claytons stoic JJesldciice comer of Clay niuLMnygyllle streets VOUV of Mt Slcillng KyV SKIXO iteprewnts 3 fWJlOLElALITCLOTinEnS 1 J IV t J Cincinnati 0- 11 A LLCS Ileal Estate Agent White Oak Morgan Co Ivy X Ayl 5 IEMUGG S r t A A flitv AttV Street Mt Sterling Ky ii03DAVf97...

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. — 14 April 1891

V B 1 1 I i Aw 2 BfS MUE ADVOCATE THE HOUSEHOLD To romovo mildow stains eoak in milk for forty eight hous or rub with lemon juice and salt To stone raisins throw them Into a bowl of boiling water As soon as thoy arc cool enough to handle stem them In tho water and throw them into a bowl Cisiorn wator that has bocomo oily and black may be it 16 said clarified i with powdered alum and powdered borax Four ounces of each will flco to clear fifty barrels of water To keep tho bread jar and cake box sweet rinse after washing with boil ing water In which a llltlo common soda has been dissolved then set out 1 Of doors in tho sun for a fow hours Spongo carpets occasionally with hot water in which cither common salt or powdered alum has been dis solved This not only brightens tho carpet but prevents moths fThe Latics Home Journal To keep glasswaro bright wipo di rectly from tho hot suds Tumblers used4 for milk should bo thoroughly rinsed in cold water before being im mersed in hot suds as hot ...

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