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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

- Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOlKR Fufellihar HAZEL G RISEN CHARLIES Or How ii MISTAKE KY Inlr of Trowm rn Spoiled n Mtit cli Htlil MubMnnlgiiit was tho only tliiujrhtor of the house and heart of JMicliacl MeKlnnlijtiti of Cowiuiuk Kthe1 was not the hullo of wumiN not much hho was uoitler you off nor pretty In fact to toll this houost South Urooklyn truth she was thlrty throo In the shade and as home ly as u Chinese idol Hut Kthul had a heim ClmrloH l aiuitlurov MeSnlflloitn wan his full mime Hy this It Ih not Intended that the gciitlu reader shall think that Charles had a dliturent name when he was sober It was simply his complete name but Kthel always called him Charlie I was u much handier name For years Charlie had braved the duifjerous attacks of Mr MeFinr leans pet Hilly goat in making hi semi weekly calls on Kthel and He had tried in every way known to the fair JowaiiUhlans to make him propose Hut Charlie was c iiiroy Charlie was smart he was waiting to sec how much money Kt...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

- 1 - tr 7Trv YA ALLAH Dr Tftlmntjoa Sormon on Brick Without Stmwa III ItOMllllgU Tho subject of Dr Talmncs Sunday sermon was UrieUs Without Straw a continuation of tho scries on tho con firmation of tho Holy Scripture which Dr Taltnnjfo found In his journey from tho Pyramids to tho Acropolis Ills text wis Isaiah xx 1 The burden of What is nil this excitement about in the btrccts of Cairo Ejrypt this Decem ber morniiiff in 188U Stand back Wc bear loud voices and bco tho crowds of peoplo retreating to the fiidrs of tho street Tho excitement of others becomes our own excitement Footmen come in night They have a rod in the hand and tasseled cap on head and their arms and feet aro bare Their garb is black to tho waist except as threaded with gold and the rest is white They arc clearing the way for an official dignitary In a chariot or car riage They are swift and sometimes run thirty or forty miles at a stretch in front of an equipage They arc tho fleetest -footed men on earth but soon ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

9 f i it i V Hazel Gjreen Heeald COOPER Editor 8PENCER - - - ji HAZEL GREEN KY Phi day - Dec 4 1801 BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES Dit Axdikw MpFamand founder of Oiik Lawn Retreat for the insane at Jacksonville III and of whom mention Iris been made in this paper on several occasions committed suicide on Sunday Nov 22 while under temporary aber ration of mind lie was a man of more than national reputation having written and published tjovornl works upon innan ity itH chinch and treatment and IiihI Had end is deeply deplored Ho was I struck on the head by a piece of falling timbor a year or so since while reseueiug some of his patients from his burning Asylum and he never fully recovered from tho blow Tin Hiiiam extends sympathy to the sorrowing family Tin Texas State Alliance in session at Corsicana Texas last week adopted a resolution for the appointment of 25 delegates to reproxent Texas at the Mem phis Tcun National Convention to be held this month Letters were received from Gov...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

1 m II It Hazel Gjreen Herald IIuhh larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan anil Nreathilt than nil other papers in the state Htnl merchant in Mt Sterling Win clientcr Icxlngtniii Louisville ami CiiiIii nuti will tluil It Til K UKsT MKIIIlM through Mhioli l neciire MoMitimi Trade APVKUTISINO KATKS TUANHIIM Advertisements inserted lor Irj than 3 months will be rent an Inch fur the tint insertion and - cents an inch tor each sub MMiiiciit Insertion fiiTMU TltANSIKNT AllVKIlTlblNU MUST UK lAM IN ADVANCK STANDING ADVKIITIHKMKSTH 1 inch 1- montliH 7 S Inches 12 ro luchtH 1 00 A inches i IS 7 f inche 00 4 inches I i oil Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application luteal notices to lie interspersed among reading matter 10 cents u line with a dis count of Jf per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of i expect etc 3e a line Count six words to the line aim sentl money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish ato cents a line Marriage and dea...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

Hazel Green Herald IFENCXR COOlJCR PttMUtor HAZEL GRtKN PW t I KY EVENING SONG Bright cycn v Two llttto cyc fiill of mischief nod wondrous wlic - UlmriRlriff and bright an tho summer nlclaek Whowe cjos can tliey bot Bwoot lips HO t - TwoUlttotpi Pltimp ns borrloa und rod an cherries And nwcot us tho plnlt tho honor hee sips WLOho lips can thoy hot Drown liands Two lit tin hands Jlnylng At work nnd workltiR at play Drown hands busy tho livelong day Whose hands can thoy hot llusy foot m U Two llttlo feet Itnp a tnp tnp their footfalls heat jutolt foot and light foot small and fleet Whoso fcot can thoy bo Two llttlo bright oyes closed Two llttlo Hwoot lips shut Two llttlo brown hands at real Two llttlo busy foot stllL All my darlings they be Sloop my protty ono sloop Oods nngels watch und Icocp Bleep my llttlo ono Hloop -Harvey N Hloomor In Western IturaL if r iiiil jsxmK kwxm L masr i StoPYeFPfife W IkoWrPIlTFflRr ciiaitik ii continuki Then John und Mary with their child who hnd been ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

I i f Wrr rr jrv agricultural hints THE SCARLET CLOVER it I Viry lopulur tn All Purl Wlicro It J IIiik llouii Triad Of Into ycnr s scarlet clover lias be- favorite with the como a tfreit fanners of Delaware and there are now per jap3 ten acres sown for ono a few rears utfo The uses to which it is up plied ore principally throe First ontl post important as a fertilizer espe cially on light and poor land where the common red clover would not do well On Mich land when accompanied with B small application of superphosphate of lime it will mulco u fair growth When in full bloom it should be plowed under and the ground tilled in any crop desired Hut the most popu lar use made of it as a fertilizer is in our peach orchards As soon as the fruit Is gathered the orchards are pre pared for the clover seed by plowlug harrowing and rolling The seed is then sown broadcast and brushed or rolled in lly brushing is meant the BCAmIJT CLOVEN FOMVOK AND KIOWKKS dragging of a large branch of a tree with...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 December 1891

V iSP l it - - Josh IMltlriRA IJItint Haying Flattery h llko knlono wnlcr tew bo emolt ov not swallowed It iz better not to know tfo much than to know ho much that aint bo There iz n hundred dlflercntkinds of religion but only ono kind of piety Tow pick out r good liUBbund Hhut both eyes grab hard and trust in the Lord There iz 2 things in thin lifo for which wo nro never fully prepared that iz twins LazyncsB iz a good deal like money tho more a man haz of it the more ho seems tew want Livin on hopo iz like livin on wind a good way tew get full but a poor way tew got phatt A man haz az much rito tow flpcl a word az it iz pronounced az ho haz tow pronounce it the way it aint spelt Love iz like tho meatus wo kant lmv it but once and tho later iu life wo lmv it tho tuffbr it goes with ub There izsuin pholkn in this world who spend their hole lifo hunting after right eousness and kant find any time tew practice it 8100 Howard 100 Thk readots of Tub Hkiiald will bo pleased to learn that ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

I T H w a Miller 100 CENTS WORTH -OF GOODS FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Is what we give the people But at this sale 100 GENTS WORTH AT 50 GENTS ON THE DOLLAR i Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment It you have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased with our garments and satisfied with the matchless values we offer L G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AFE URE rwfi IPEEDY I IGHTNING INIMENT FOR MAN OR BEAST ltfEpFeH fkif SPYOUWFRnKUWri D82R cJR6 croup 12 West Short Street - LEXINGTON rt A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature SEATINC CAPACITY 150 Uluo Points Saddle Rooks New York Counts and Fresh Oysters alall seasons Mobile Counts RECULAR MEALS 26 CENTS rnu in nrder it nil hours Delicacies ot tie season UlJOll HUM The most complete and modern kitchen In 5sw trom tachmen anything Kentucky t nlllrilllllll 1PIltment to all uovL...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

l Hazel Green Herald SFEKCER COOPXR PaMklMC HAZEL OREEN I t t KY CELESTIAL OBSEQUIES Imposing Cerrmnnlet of n Chlncco Prlneen Funeral A recent mnil from China brought tlio particulars of tho burial of tho Into Prince Chun tho uatablo prime minify tcr of tho CcloBtinl empire and fatiier of tho present emperor The ceremony is described as one of the grandest sights overseen in lekin and us tin paralleled for its gorgeous pngenntry in Chinese history Tho astrologers hnv Ing fixed upon four in the morning as an auspicious hour everything had to bo in rcadiucHs at that somewhat uiiRcem ly time When tho procession was in order and at tho moment of starting tho emperor went in front of the coffin knelt down and bowed his head three titncscachtimo crying aloud Tho same ceremony won performed by the other Bona of tho deceased prince and then tho solemn march commenced Tho V at ON THE ItESULTS Dpmocratlo Oommont on tho Stato Elections The Outcome Ujrarcletl a a Well Earned Victory An Encourag...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

SCULPTURES CONFIRMED Ugypt and tho Nilo Abandonod for Othor ClimoD The Wat cm Over Which St Tniil Sermon by Ho v T Ic Itt Tutmnii IU Dr Tnltniitfo took two texts Acts xxi 3i Wlun we had discovered Cyprus wo loft it on tho loft hand and Revelation i I I John was in tho islo that Iff culled Patmos rjnmMiv Kirvritl Allhounrh interest ing and instructive beyond any country in years to make one wrinkle on its red cheek Jt is dreadful In its stolidity Its eyes have never wept a tear Its cold ears have not listened to the groans i of the Egyptian nation the burden of which I tried to weigh last Sabbath Its heart is stone It eared not for Pliny when he measured it in the first century It will care nothing for the man who looks into its imperturbable countenaneoin tho last century Rut Kirvpt wdl yet cotno up to the i glow of life The Rible promises it The missionaries like 1113 friend good and great Dr TiUnsing are sounding n resurrection trumpet above those slain empires There will be some ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

Ut 9 Ii 1 k V Hazel Queen Herald i 8PEN0ER COOPER ftQfQmo Editor mKSmS wrAHMral BflBBBflB fivBvEBBBVBKBtyRjRRRRBBBVBBBMfcr 1 MORGAN COUNTY Kael Erolutlon Died on the Oth innt at her home on Toms Branch after n short illnes Widow Elizabeth Kiwli She will ho brought to the li F Cockrill graveyard for burial today The writer had been acquainted with her for many years and taken pleasure in saying that she was an exceptionally indutrouH mother and a CbriHtiau lady of few equals Knmnnf mir Vm Imvn who nrp HAZEL GREEN KY hig pchool at Hazel Green accompanied FRIDAY - Dec 11 1891 by Richmond DoBusk were down on a short vihit Saturday and report every- BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES thing flourishing and sntiafuutory at school Eusewhkkk wo publish a call from J rnc gcil00 taugit by -Mrs Mary F E Qcickbaix Chairman of the Peoples Xichell at thl place closed last Friday Party for tho Tenth Congressional gho wjj go to Mt Sterling tb is week trict for a meeting at Campton on Jan wuere8ie will ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

t Hazel Gheen Herald Jnlls JlAU1tn1 wril1 w fr IFnsa lurjivr circulation In Wolff Mortrau mill Huiitliltt lliun all other pupers in the tatr ami merchant in Mt SterlluK Win hcntT lfiiiKtoii Louisville ami imiie UUtl will llllil ilTHK llT MKIUtM tlmilljilt illicit t fciiro Mountain Trade AlViiTISN It ATI TltSMKST Advertisement liitrUil lor less tliiiu 1 inoutliH will 10 cent mi incli for the llrit insertion anil - cents an incli lor each sul tvtiiitiit Insertion 4TAII TltANSlKST AllVKIlTtelNU MlhT UK 1AII IN AIIVAMK KTANDINt A1V KUTHKMKNTS 1 inch 12 months s 7 V 1 inches I- 0 tUCnC1 IKIMMtllllMIMIH 111 00 I U0llC 1 o incm 6 inches 25 IK 1 J tic rat rates on larger advertisement made known on application Local notices to be interspersed umong reading matter 10 cent a line with a ill count of 25 per cent where they run u mouth or more Obituaries tributes of lespect etc 3c n line Count mx words to the line and ectid money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cen...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

4 Hazel Green Herald gPENOER COOPER PuMkkwr HAZEL GREEN i i KV ON AN OLD WOMAN SINGING Bwcot nro tlio none that Ihnvo hoard From Rrcon botiRhn and tho building bird From children bubbling oor with tuna Whllo sloop ntlll hold mo half tn swoon And Hurly bees hummed everywhoro Tholr drowsy bass along tho nlr From hunters nnd tho hunting horn Iloforo tho dny star woko tho morn From boatmen In nmbroslnl dusk Whoro rlchor thnn n puff of musk Tlio blossom brcnth thoy drlf tod through Foil out or branches dronohod with dow And Rwcot tho strains thnt como to mo Whon In gront memories I sco All thnt full throated quiring throng Go ntrcnmlnjf on tho winds of boiik Ilor who nfur In upper sky Bounded tho wild Vulkyrlos ory With golden elnsh of nhlold nnd openr Binning for only goils to boar And hur wh on tlio trumpets blnro Bnng Angols Kvor Irllit und Fair Ilor voice her prosanao whoro alio stood Already part of angelhood But never havo I honrd In song Sweetness and sorrow so prolong Tholr being...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

t i r j Jt for fifteen jninuteH in a hiiuco made tho sftne iih for ureamed potatoes hut JI HOME HINTS AND HELPS Lemon jnlco will wliltcn frosttnpr cranberry or Htmw berry julco will color it pink unci the grilled rind of nn orange strained through u eloth will color it yellow Unshed Poultry Cut lino one pint rtf nnv kind of cooked poultry nndeonlr place the dish over boiling water when tho meat is added Christian Inquirer Pure glycerine is a new remedy or tea and coffee stains of long standing It should bo washed off and the linen washed and exposed to the air in tho usual way Most stains on table linen can be removed by soaking tho spots iu hot or cold skimmed milk When strong bleaching fluids aro used unless great care is taken the linen becomes tender and will bear but little washing thereafter N Y World A Pilau Take a large flno chicken and cover the breast with slices of fat bacon or ham secured by skewers Put it into a stewpan with two sliced onions Season it to suit your tast...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 December 1891

i I r 4 B vr i vl TL A K mill Mfiinn iinn imve iiikoii ine ii cursedtheo for nit gelUngout n hotter jon uo has a goou momory and states that ho drovo a team in liraddocks Arniv and was acquainted with General Wash ington iiiid other prominent fathers of tho Republic Mr Carpenters son who died Homo 1ft years ago it is claimed was 100 years old while his daughter who resides in Maine is u sprightly young hubs of 80 summers Clintitburluliiiiit Ky and Hkln Ointment A ckktain euro for Chronic Sore Eves Tetter Salt lUieum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores Fovor Sores Eczonia Itch Prairio Scratches Soro Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases lmvo been cured bv it nfter all other troatmont had failed it is put up in 25 and CO cent boxes For salq by ltoso Swango octOyl Nhnll An til Acquaintance llti Forgot STioaixu Who is that gentleman with whom you woro talking a while ago Pennybunker Ho is an original hu morist 4 Hut why did you lift your hat con tinually while you were...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 December 1891

i h v i 4a m Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor SEVENTH YEAR GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR SALE CLOTHING We arc going to miikc sonic improvomcnts in our store room a January 1st The contract ia signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we arc compeucu mj sell our stock or pack it away We pre fer selling it at a sacrifice EI KINDS AND titan vnn null 1 Every suit of Clothe every Overcoat every Pair of Panto marked in plain figures We will just split them in half Tim means CO cents on the dollar Hie cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for M throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Bunco Stcercnj llazzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods 1 1 rnt rnturnu from mil nil ill VCStniClltS Ill ii the racket and take no stock 111 telligent minds are on to eucn humbuggery will deliver cofflns cheat Tis value they wa...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 December 1891

r i t I t i I t i a i V jb i Hazel Greea Herald EVESCZn COOPER PuKkfer HAZEL GREEN GOOD GOOSE STORIES KY How thr MlliI Itlrl Adapt llltntrlf Clrtllr 1 Hum undine Pew ulld ceew arc Mcn in Colorado of late years thong h tkerc are tnon sntls of Ihem funml avaallr on the I a rye reserratMMifc in the wel wad iiortkuoAl A a rale an Indian will not cat jjoose or ttnek meat s lo as he can pet a toi ton tail or a prairie dog it is not lb kind of mm ihrr like Oa Green rirer ia caMern IUh thousands of gerM conrrat ia the tall and remain daring th winter The Indians liardlr crrr shoot at thetn ami I they flock together s emctisnes a many oa tcu thousand on a Mtmibar aad keep up a hkleoas noise day ami niht all winter long Wild jccmj undor certain conditions when caught browe quite tloavtie In Meeker there are three ownwl at th Meeker boUl which hare been there nearly fire yearv They were cansrht when yottn and for awhile af tr Iwlng grown their wings were kept clipped Afterward no attention was...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 December 1891

Ifcl H I i n V ft 0 - 1 Jri ft V - FH A q JtMtFrTMM Hazel Green Herald SIENCEIt COOPER PublUher HAZEL QUEEN i t KY GOOD GOOSE STORIES Hour tlin Mllil lllril Adapt lllmseir to Clvllloil Surroundings Few wild ffouso arc scon In Colorado of Into youth llimifrh there are thou Hands of tlicin found usually on tin largo reservations in the west and northwest Ah a rule an Indian will not eat goose or duck meat as long as ho can get a cotton tall or a prairie dog it is not the Wind of meat they like On Ireen river in eastern Utah thousands of geese congregate In the latl and remain during the winter The Indians hardly ever shoot at them and they llock together sometimes as many as ten thousand on a sandbar and keep tip a hideous noise day and night all winter long Wild geese under certain conditions when caught become quite domestic In Meeker there are three owned at the Meeker hotel which have been there nearly five years They were caught when young and for awhile after being grown their w...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 December 1891

jsiiiipissmm Dr Tnlmnpo Goes to hphcaua by Spccinl Train Ami lnt Ono or tlie Kyid or AMit Loolin Sermon ly Itcv T Ilo Will iulmiiKc II 1 Ir was Tnliuiitfofl nennon Inst Sunday Ada ss HI 4ireat in Diana of Om KnhesiaiiH Wo have landed this morning at Smyrna a city f Ablatio Turkey One of the seven churches of Asia once ttnod here Yon read in Itcvclatlon To this ehnreh in Smyrna write It is u city thathiisoftcn heeuhhuheu by earthquake swept hy conlhitfratlon piajjneH end hutehered ly war and hero liishop Iolycarp stood in a crowd ed amphitheater and when ho was asked to tfve up the advocacy of the Christian religion and have himself from inurh nlom the pro eonsul say iiltf Swtar and I release thee re proaeh hn t replied Kitfhty and hlx years have I served hliu and Me never did ine wronjr how then can I revile my Kintf and Saviour When he was brought to the Urea Into which he was a mil to he thrust and the olll clals were ahout to fasten him to a fdake he aid Let me remain as I am for...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 December 1891

SWUT SEEING Dr Talmapo Goes to Ephesus by Special Train Anil Into Ono or tlm Kyi n or Aula L00I19 Srrmoii liy Itrv T lu Witt TiilniiiKO I I Dr Tnlnintfos sermon Inst Sunday was Acts MX iiront is Diana of tho Ephoblans We have landed this morning at Smyrna a city of Asiatic Turkey One of tho seven churches of Asia once stood here You read in llevolation To the church in Smyrna write It is u city thnthas often been shaken by earthquake swept by conflagration piufjucs and butchered by war and here llishop Polycarp stood in a crowd ed amphitheater and when lie was asked to ffve up tlie advocacy of tho Christian religion and save himself from martyrdom the pro consul say ing Swiav and I release thee re proach Christ replied -Eighty and six years hayo I served him and lie never did me wrong how then can I revile my King and Saviour When he was brought to the tires into which he was about to he thrust and the oiil cials were about to fasten him to a Rtake he f aid Let me remain as am for l...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
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