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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 April 1893

v NAna m i 1 sip M8F pl ftJHKfi LAcI lJKaJM H rt 3 iBr H c E ADVOCATK y Encoiftragement - rmott preached at the Christian h in Mt Sterling Sunday rvbig April a 1BU3 oy inner jorge Darsio i Isaiah 41 6 7 iev holncd evory one his neigh- nd OYoryonosaid to liis brother f fecfod couraco So tho carpontcr nitiV9troi1 ttin rnhlflintrh mill ho that Mfeothoth with the hammer him that smote tho anvil saying of tho in it Is good ihisis a pleasing picture to con ti template becauso it illustrates how wOll can aud how we ahould help j encourage nach othor As a rule aluo too lightly and arl too in cut to tho good wo hajo -it in i ptmjwwcr to do in this way yo faqpt how depondent we aro for our a owfj happiness upon the looks of dyin V Pqiyi tho words of appreciation and tyjponos of encouragement wo re rJtttt frqm others Or perchance wo anPfraid icst by spoaking a cheering SrWd to some tolling one wo may put him up with Vanity or inflate hwfwith solf conceit But tho is really tho other way There 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. — 11 April 1893

19 b ft r few- Ml M grin rcco ndi S i IjcJ trutl iiuii jr t f ww l Inil 1 Wor hasaij m IllH h wluhviur of Wram I K f i J 25 mm 7 rWHy TWWBiTftSyr tCipra vk 1 l a f i tSHHMMfenjDretDfi Jyfc Vr v THE ADVOCATE MT STERLING TROTS Wogivo tho list of entries to the stake that closed April 3d Tho stake for three-year-old pacers did not fill and a purso for 2 18 trotters was sub stituted Tho puree for 235 trotter was dropped and a purso for 215 pacors will bo given in its place INITIAL STAKE FOR 1 Miss Boworman b f by Wilton j flanx - ty Kentucky Prince J E Clay Pafisj Ky 2 Liilda Whitman b f by William L dam Homogcno by Red Wilkes Brandetto Dudley Carlisle Ky 3 Hickory Wood blk c by Nor wood dam Jet by Raveuswood W L Spears Muir Ky 1 Blue Grass Fanny b f by Ban nermark dam Fanny York by New York T E Moore Shawhan Ky 5 Sir Turner be by Gen Turner dam Jenny by Addison Lambert Abdallah Park Cynthiana Ky 6 Country Boy chc by Country Baron dam Creole by Strathmore Jas R MagowanMt Sterling Ky 7 R...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 April 1893

V r Ii is k -5 f f fear I Ean fi V to bo Receiver of tho Gonoral office was sent to tho Sonato by Presidont Cloveland Friday During the past week there were business failures throughout tho United States as compared with 223 laBt wjck and 226 the corresponding wnu oi iou2 L iow foil in tho soutliorn portion Michigan Friday evening to the depth of a quarter of an inch It snowed also in St Louis Indianapolis and Cincinnati 3 Ji nnio Burtou tno daughter of Rov John Burton a bap tist minister of tho Forks of Elkhorn this county fell in a well and was drowned- A woman committed suicide in Now York Thursday by throwing herself i0front of a Third avenue elevated Wcomotivc Shelias been identified tA Mrs Georgiana Willis who was a Mis3 McDonald of Fulton Ky An unofficial liBt of tho members of the lower house of tho Fifty third Congress compiled by tho Clerk of the IIpuso shows that with one scat vacant tho Democrats have 220 mem bers Republicans 127 aud Populists 8 Near Janosville Wis Nat G...

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. — 18 April 1893

IS KI trutl iTt3 AT ir 4ii - tl THE ADVOCATE Bottle Blowing by Machinery At tlio present time tho cyo8 of the 4 lintllnmnkintr i - o world aro turned toward Now Jcivoy for another reason Their glance centers upon Woodbury for in that quiet village tho destiny of tho bottlo blower may bo said to bo on trial Tho Ashley bottle making ma chine has been tct in operation to see if it cannot do the work of human hands and lungs and doit better and more economically tho luacuine was described befoie tho British As sociation in 1SS9 when it was stated that bottles had been made by the machine quite complete which had successfully been subjected to an in ternal pressure of three hundred pound 8 to tho square inch Tho car eer of the machine in England wo be lieve has been most unfortunate but this does not a diminish tho interest which its introduction into America 3ias excited The advantages to be gained by tho use of such a machine aire much too solid to permit small -obstacles to hinder its...

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. — 18 April 1893

If i H If l i I I W MrTi V fHE ADVOCATE AGHiaULTURAL NOTES Peas may bo bo planted as soon as aio ground is open enough to receive tho BCCtl When a very early crop of potatoes is desired sprout the potatoes used for seed beforo planting The Bush lima beau has stood tho test now oi several seasons in many different localities Conovors Colossal a leading aspar agus has now a rival in earlluess in iho nowor Palmetto Tho now variety of cabbage toned Succession it is claimed is a good variety for tho amateur as it docs well whether for medium early main crop or wintor use uudcr aver ago conditions Plant a few seeds of gonrds for s ummer climbers Got tho ft tal gourds seed and you will have not ly luxuriant foliage but curious uits in tho way of gourds of various Jp sizes and shapes Farmers who aro not provided with the necessary conveniences for spray ling aro behind tho times Spraying for insects and lungous ailectious has become imperative for successful re sults in orchard aud garden R...

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. — 18 April 1893

rt Id 8 n 1 o n 1 i of e Of I me flee ruL tha ikh fieri t eriKr pla ihnf iratf fasi f i X2 J IVVQQWf w TR K W W JVC 8 8 o e 5 bSbbES - saggsssss 3SSSSSSS8SS ssssaassssss oSSslitnoOtocnOO S3 t ti a o oo ei ta 5 S8S8SSfc5S3Stf8g DOODOC 3SS888S88SS8 ApauuuwHM S8SS88888SSS 38S8SS8S8S88 wgwaFiW r 255 iM Miss Sadie Means a telephone girl Was expelled from tho Second Presby terian church at Charleston S C be causoshc worked on Sunday She appealed to the Charleston Piesbyterj thas body sustained tho actiou ot the church The cas i will be carried to tho Synod The Kentucky Win ids Faircommih doners eleited Mr George L Willi Frankfort correspondent of tho Even ing Times Superintendent ot the Ken tucky building at the tair Tho buil ding will bo formally dedicated In Gov Brown and Col W O Bradley The good Roads convention was ad journed at Bowling Green Friday night after adopting a leport mm mo uonerai Asfeeniuh nact the measure proposed by the Revisory Commission and known as the Sims road law...

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. — 18 April 1893

iTlal KhMIh I Hill It tJMri VW VMS Iio i Ift r paLea mMbowKHMh trip toflSS jf wjjm rho cm the rest h tfth i n4HKU an niBfct KEtt peetott iV1 inotedJMi BOvqraWfc Mrs W in SCt i SaturdJwj ilrowuUK valhMkJB CjELijF UiGrClub returned- prom a weeks fish- jttyor Thoy report Mi Presbyterians con- aorvicn during the wtt mtjta this city tinder mx tfa to day movc to imt week bought of if M iv Tlrnwn iroos to pj - property vacatcti oy M tT Grubbs and sister it1 returned on iiiers stay In Florida Improved in health nth sctt has turned over to Jn nrwl onnoiflnn 1 1SIU1IO UV ujww 6 story frame houeo i trill put up this house iinniia tit nnpo At U11UV ww uCjliL Bomar returned on tiing iroin nis iitmiug Jamberland Tho othors 1 Mime homo a week ago reports fair sport alter party loft t redrick of Salt Lick ii Buffering with a cancer and who had been ox- tjias nau uio now in tair way to re Fredrick is a sister of Itfogg of this city hovelling Thos Fesler inily buggy horse a vory imal down Maysvillo l...

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. — 18 April 1893

oi 9i waiuf mil V f TW iR M ofljErantU moftory ficcHiiiti id rulU88S A Si ill Safe M aH m PJ PjJr Lndfih i rffi If A ut JWI ood p 1 M1 t 99 Z w m 9 m r y SAMPLK OF FAULTY PLOWING standing crops Even a poor plowman will find little difficulty in striking out tho furrow in the center and go on nil right for awhile but as tho plowing pro gresses and tho team naturally crowds toward the plowed ground when nearing tho end of long furrows on each sido tho coruors becomo rounded and when tho pieco is all plowod clear to tho sides tho four corners will still bo left un touched and must bo finished with an immoderato amount of turning and at lost will bo poorly dono or left partly un finished A good plowman will strike his last furrow exactly on tho very edgo of tho pieco Tho market gardener also needs a good light 1 horso plow to plow up snmllor patches for second and third crops in cultivating and hilling up cele ry and for various othor uses Every hardware dealer koeps them Subsoiling is ...

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. — 18 April 1893

hi i - M THE CLPLAAND WORKSHOP f - New Men Look What They Say Bow -They fori What They Do V and a plain nine chairs LThoro is a chair for Cleveland the head workman and one for each of his head men Gresham Carlisle Lamont Dissell Hoko Smith Herbert Morton and Olney itSe eight Secretaries do all tho ox- I ecutive work of the country with the -President as general boss and overseer Gresham is tho nations peacemaker and tho man to look after the nations honor and seo to It thai wo arc not in sulted or robbed by outsido nations WhilobuBy in our rush for wealth JEorbcrt who is Secretary of the avy is thore to back up what Mr I Gresham may say Ills seven and officers and men are tho peoples police of tho State Departmentwatch dogs loft outsido the house and ready to rnn in every direction when or- Neirfa Lamont is tho great war man offi cially In reality looking after the arnw is a small part of the work that tho iPresidcut has marked out for him Ills nominal task however is to help Herbe...

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. — 18 April 1893

i ft Ei t i Wr m tjjjMft jlpliBu isi THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Sndtllo and combined nioro sought after than SJot Woodiords Cripple a siro Mr L C Riddell will have the stallion Almont Archie this season This horse is one of the well bred ones eircd by Almont 33 a horse that has made a name tor himself in tho trot ting world that few equal Almont Archies dam Jessie Pep per is one of the great brood mare s of tho world She has six daughters that have thrown 330 performers and her blood is eagerly sought for by all breeders Almont Archie breeds largo his colts are purc gaited and alJ ofthonl show speed Some of them aro entorcd in the stakes for this sea boii and he will likely have three or four to go in the list His fee is low 20 to insure Seo this horso before booking your marcs the house show The annual stallion show on the third Monday hi April came oh yes terday There were about thirty stallions shown and take them as a lot it was a very creditable show Some of the best stallion...

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. — 25 April 1893

H NM A X uT Jli 18 MP r0L III if T STERLING ADVOCATE A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE ffigjjsBSpiE Il3S3MMMg fc WE T V EILE The Oliver Chilled Plow and all re- pairs lor n Tlie Keystone Disc Harrow which hasdduble lever and works as well on fiillsldc as on level ground The Malta Double Shovel at a price t that an inferior plow will cost - WIS 23Z aST3DILB A full line of Doubletrees Single trees Harrow Teeth Plow Plates Laprings Laplinks and etc The Leader Cbok Stove which is acknowledged as good as any made Call and seeus will sell you the best at the - best prices W P OLDHAM CO gggggg gSggggligSlgSgS Tho Diocesan Convention of Ten- J nesaco unanimously elected theltov Thomas F Gailor of Powancc to bo Assistant Bishop pf tho Episcopal 6 church in Tennessee MraAlmina Hancock the widow of Gen Winfild Scott Hancock died iftor a lingering illness ot many ibnths at tho homo of her niece in Gramorcy Park Now York Thurs day Tho business portion of Water Val ley in...

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. — 25 April 1893

f t I I t E w oi in -fit re th th fcc Ue Societies ion T 9 13 9 pfcN CH RtSTIAN ENDEAVOR topic For the Week Bcglnnlnc April 83 Comment by UoV S II Dojle aylng for friends Job xlll8 10 p Among other things tho preface to the Lords Prayer Our Father tho one iu heaven teaches us that wo should pray with and for others Christ docs not pray My Father but Our Father showing that Goa is tho Fathor of all ana that tho prayers of His children should unitedly ascend to Him If wo should pray for all men in getferal it necessarily follows that wo slijlfi par ticularly pray for our frienason tho principle Do good unto uH men but specially to them that are of tho house hold of faith Tho Scripture constantly by precept and example teaches that wo should pray for our friends In each o our topical texts an examplo of this chai acter is given 1 Jobs prayer for his friends Job xlii -10 Job has been in deep afflic tion Tho hand of God has been sorely against him Jobs friends Eliphaz Bil dad and Zophar ...

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. — 25 April 1893

is- Two hundred and fifty thousand men and women are employes of tho Post Ofilco or indirectly dependent 6n it for support Sixty cight thousand post masters must bo select ed hs individual men to tako chargq poft qqlces vithoitJ flddriiltarftSOOd fiaiL i - - 4i i i of codfirmatlou by tho facnaio or a 1J LilLtciTJ iIeAI st Tho badly ceiling tis Wif noses a4i afcowdW upJhim Hbdthbr Cab j net MUM ue ioghA by tiio 9firCft coking class Already Mr Bissoll ino mnriUntniL nhilogouhicallv -and thouydUdS dfnifffelloV citikoiis linglfott ofncoslho best of which pay less IMft a itlioudand a year and manyof thenicompotingfdr lijtlo placqiKPfJugjjJijdJily from ton to jfiftv dollars anuuaUyt I T AND 6TIL THE AlILIOANTS COME Tliorbomiis crowaoa wun anxious AwlMmi onthb feco of tstTmastQja4lWttiti for a tho big ClullCQ htn naiiv their tales into his ear bomo of thbihcnhVlWSvanf to VVvoth6 oouutry aro so tbilaiiilthiitlhat Wlien thoy get Uesidd tho biifj BosfaMtoh they Wk UkoliyjUjirdoqpfi string Oth...

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. — 25 April 1893

THE ADVOCATK ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY Arm L 25 1893 ADVERTISING RATES 8 8 8o SSSSSSSc g 6 BSS8S88 5 5 M CD 2 a H JSom ihmh nonMsnr ot8nif 388858888583 otiBoatipkMMWHH saomosar omj 8888y8SaSllS8l JaoisosonfcBMf euoijJDsai oatqj 8SSS888S8S8K S ft l 5 S oo - a m - buohjosoi anoj 8388SK88Sg88 maon om 8SSS88888SS8 SS2gSSESoeX suoiwosur w 88S8888888SS stuK xe lsISftS5gKgS5S erionsosui cs S83S888SS8SS ac0A 8n FOIl STATE SENATOIt We P1 authorized to announco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tho counties ot Clark Bour bou and Montgomery subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J II Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for Stato Senator from tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of the Democratic party Your vote and inlluuuco rc pectfully solicited Charges of obnoxious parsisanship have been preferred against Postmas ter Hampton of Winchester Proof it said to bo ajminlau...

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. — 25 April 1893

Rev B F Walton of tho Cumber 1 and Presl j teriun church will preach inbu Southern Piesbyterian church rvitlifl j yiinn r Set vice to begin at 7lxrfAll invited Claim hUVobodn filed against tho citato oftho lite Johu A Thompson which aggregattfhear 18000 and It is estimated that it will pay about 75 A i 11- J ems uu ino uuiinij Now is the verv fimo to begin giv ing your yards and lawns rtho atten tion to put them in good summer flkfdcr Tho best LavnjjMowcr and tho cheapest can bo boughUbf W P Oldham l3p V James E Thompson has assigned vLpharles Donohue all his possessions xcppl homestead for tho benefit of luscrecUtors Liabilities aboht G000 Assets afcsaqres of good land near Grassy Lick pike worth about 75 per aero JVW Hejiry has returned from Kaulas Cltv whffohc hadbeenXith J F Maspnand It L Goodpastor soiling horses and jacks Mr Henry reported good sales The other have gone down into Indian Territory 1 m B B Bigstaff is an enthusiastic church man au3 since ho first glffio t life t...

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. — 25 April 1893

i Jf THE ADVOCATE BUCK BLAOKWELL Wantd to be Postmaster of ham Somo misinformed parsons may think journalism Bomctjmcs takes on a lurid hno iuthis section To show thc6o misinformed ones how littlo they know of what is being dono in this lino in other parts of the country wo tako tho following from th Washing ton Post Tho extracts mido from tho Durham Globo will give a slight idea how thoy do things in tho old NoitiStato Tho Post is not disposed to partici pate in any of tho numerous contro versies wmen mu naiurany resmi irom tho Mad and Indecent rush for Spoils but liko tho administrative rules governing appointments there will bo occasional exceptions and a case of this kind has developed robust proportions in tho enterprising towu ot Durham N C Wo refer to tho case ot Air ijuck uiacKweu ivo learn from tho esteemed Durham Globe that Mr Blackwcll has decided to become a candidate for the Durham post office and from the same author ity wo aro able to infer that Mr Blackwcll has enimi...

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. — 25 April 1893

m ADVOCATE J f v t Tilb afiniilil atrnfl nffnr m1llHnr a - D Nothing is bottor than a clovoi sod for corn Spring is a bottor tirao to sot trees than in the fall A gallon of cream should mako two pounds of butter The work horse should curried at least twico a day Lack of cleanliness is frequently the fecauso of odor in milk The better tho dralnago everything olso oqual the hotter tho crop It is just as important on tho farm to know whon as how to do any kind of work cTt a poor job la made plowing tho 66Vn tho first time the weeds arc noarly certain to get ahead It costs nioro to put tho scrub on the market thau tho grade and tho former also brings a much less prico Tho orchard should have shallow cultivation It does not pay to do- stroy tho surface roots of tho fruit trees Dont sign a papors for strangers Thocduntry isfull Of sharpors and if thoy can get your signatures they will give you trouble jGat tho drop on weeds if possible Ky having tho ground fluoly pulveri zed it Is much ea...

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. — 25 April 1893

k HHf -Mi V k t lag Gents Fun H THE ADVOCATK JohnDYoungJr eon of Judge John D Young of Buth county has booii appointed Deputy United States Marshall of tho Covington District by Uuited States Marshall James Blackburn COAL HIGH GEA1E OF IK All the Best Grades of Coal Agent for the WINCHESTER BRICK MAHFG CO TRICES REASONABLE Office cor Sycamore Locust Sts Uptown office R C Lloyds Drug Store BEN P ROBINSON 35 ly Woodland Wilkes Bay horse IS 1 2 linptlg high fqnlcil March 19 18S9 Siml by Baron Wilkes 218 tho loading 1ro nilOycars old 1 dam Creole by Strath morel Sudani Ella dam of Lizzie R 223 1 4 Puella 229 Mike Boncrman 20 1 4 Crcoio Is fiiU sister to Lorcttn trial 233 dnin of Gabriella8 yo record 122 1 4 Ella by Crljip lc son of Mambrino Chief 8 dam Vldcttc by Lex lug ton 4 dam by ImpGlcncoc 60 7 and 8th lams thoroughbred Woodland Wilkes is a beautiful bay black mano and tail black points above his knees Ifc will makp the season of 1893 at Elm wood Farm one mlloeast of ML Sterling on...

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. — 2 May 1893

fa - st Ji rVOL III J V 4 Those who know the undersigned Him arc ac quainted with their lines of goods nnd methods of business and within thslr circles wo would j want no better advertisement of our goods than thejr candid expressions wo go further than their limit and todo this wo talk through the Adyooatb It would iiBtound the Uade should We give price on the lower grades In GLASSWARE QUEENSWARE and TINWARE Thoy wouldi ttiink it impossible to sell at such pi Ices Thoy nru low and VERY CHEAP hut then It must bo lcmcinbcrccl that for the low pi leas it is not for the best goods yet they arogood and worth tho money asked Wo would bq pleased W 6h5v our Bargains In Glneswiue and Queenflwaic LAWN MOWERS It is to the lntcrot of eyery ofie to buy n good mchino We call attention to the Great Amci lean and Kev Dcpaiture The have some excellent points worthy of tlo v Refrigerators a L - AND- Ji Poultry screen and who dooisAlso fenc ing wire in all numlMUsand grades STOVES Wo hate always made...

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. — 2 May 1893

I i t 1 t r a it t h I I V s i si 24 25 T - CHRISTIAN endeavor Toplo For the Week Heglnnlng April 30 Comment by Itev S II Dojlc Tone My choice What Is It Prov 150 Math vl ll Si At almost every turn In lifo men must make a choice They aro made to choose between God and sntan right nnd wrong good and bad wisdom and folly time and eternity The results of our choices are tremendous Fortunes are made and lost honor is kept stainless or ruined and tho issues of tmo and the hereafter aro seriously involved A fatal chbice may ruin us for over A wise choice may forever save xi Well may wo ask then What is my choice Two choices are represented in our Biblical references the choice of folly nnd tho choice of doin What is ours 1 Is it the choice of folly Prov i 29 Folly considers only temporary good It looks not to tho future It never uses reason but only temporary greed and self interest in its choices God calls us to do that which is right and warns us against that which is wrong but many cho...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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