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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 November 1891

Oflti liUbllihtt Id ISM tr !•». iltHll Biikil, SOCRATES lIEJKBL, AMBBOBE L. 11BKHI., KLONO.HENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'URLIHIIBRB AND PIIOVKIBTOIiB OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Loeal, $1.50. . » . Pcblibiibbb of tub •Seminabian," . . Lutiibbvii.le, Md. 'Von Bob a Mhbbbnqbb," - Lubay, Va. "&on'B Advocate," - - Fbont Royal, Va. 'Tna Old Paths," - - - Stbabbubo, Va. "Our Church Paptt" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, lor one year, for 92.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-otllee money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Chiiboii Pavbr '•s published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday u vail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 November 1891

For Our Church Paper. Church Festival. The College eliurcli at Salem, Va., was filled Sunday evening, Nov. Ist, to witness tbQ Reformation service of the children's missionary socicty. The Processional Hymn was led by the Pastor, followed by about fifty children, who marched from the basement into tho pulpit, singing all the way. Tho Invocation, lntroit, Gloria Patrl, and Collect opened tho exercises, followed by a responsive reading of the 4Ctli Psalm, conducted by Supt. McCauley. The poetic divisions observed in tho punctuation of our Common Service edition, were observed. Tho Gloria in Excelsis was then sung. Recitations by Clyde Beerbowor, Eugene Crabtrce, Horace Pox, Rob. Craig, children of tho Sun-day-school, told the Reformation story, after which the whole school sang, •'Glorious things of tlieo arc spoken.'' Edwin Kizer, Luther Frantz, Walton Green, and others followed in turn, to complete the history of Luther's life and labors. Luther's battle hymn was then sung with mark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 November 1891

PRESERVING THE HAIR. A SUBJECT THAT INTERESTS EVERYBODY. Rostrum* Are Uncle**—Common Sense Method* Recommended BrusUtnj} and Cold Water Will Save Your Lot-It*. The most essential thing for the preservation of the hair is the general health ot the body, and this is to Ik; obtained by keeping the skin in perfect order. Even ia man line hair, though tho moderr fashion of dressing it robs it of all its real grace and beauty, is a desirable thing, while the greatest ornament of woman has ever been esteemed aluxuriantgrowth of hair. Tho prevailing notion of using quack compounds to stimulate the growth of the hair when it has grown weak or thin is n very bad one, and one that is usually fatal to the after restoration of the hair. In its most delicate state the hair has been likened to a delicate plant, and tho injury we inflict upon it by injurious treatment is obvious. It is, however, but rarely that the root, or bulb, beneath the skin is entirely destroyed, even by the nTost acute fever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 November 1891

CHURCH lul PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. From tlie Lutheran Observer. THANSGIVING. BY MBS. 8. I. OBERIIOI.T7.EIt. Give thanks, for tho soft November Our gifts have multiplied, And tho Autumn days tire fairer Than the golden year beside. We nursed our strength in tho Winter, And laid our plans in the Spring For all the delights of travel And a glorious summering. The breath of the sweet Juno rosea Slept on tho sea as we crossed ; The months abroad have been to mo A continual Pentecost. My gallery is full of pictures, Historic and quaint and grand— Some from Britain, and some from France, And some from snow crowned Switzerland. A halo of tnanks surrounds them— It is Indian summer here— And the time of tafo home-coming Is the gladdest of the year. We are free complaints to murmur, And clamor for favors great— May the listening Lord who loves us Never our thanks await I Norrittown, Pa., November, 1888. The Vice of Lying. A quaint little book p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 November 1891

QBeo EsUbUihti ia ItOI 1} I«». lilHll gntil. SDCItATES IIKNKBL, AMBROSE L. HIKBL, ILONO.BENICL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co. ,Va. PUBLISHERS AND PfIOFRIBTOBB OP OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $l5O. PublishßUS OF TIIK 'Seminarian," . - Luthbhvii.lb, JMd. 'Von Bora Mbssenobr," - Luray, Va. "ZION'S AdVOOATB," - - FIiONT ItoYAL, Va. 'The Oli> Paths," ... Strasburo, Va. "Our Church Papef" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, lor one year, for $2.25 Cash In Advance. Übmittanobs should be made by drafts, chocks, post-ofHce money orders, or registerid letters; otherwise monoy is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Katrb, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time op Publication : Our Church Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vali.by every Thursday evening, and entered a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 November 1891

Communicated. Salem, Va., Nov. 4,1891. Itumors having gono abroad of the existence of typhoid fever in lioanoko College, and some of the newspapers having published the same, I take pleasure in saying there is not now, nor has there been this session in the College, or among its students, a single case of typhoid fevor. Having been for many years tho physician of the College, I boar willing testimony to its uniform health fulness, and to tho observance by its Faculty and officers of proper sanitary regulations within the College and upon its grounds, and also of their watchful care of the health of all tho students. Of the largo number of students now in attendance, only two .are sick and they arc convalescent. They have had gastro duodenal fever and not typhoid. Respectfully, &c., Oscar Wiley, M. D. The Pennsylvania-German Society. The historians of our country liave nearly all been of English descent, and the consequence has been, that the part the German settlers play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 November 1891

Nuupr. C irne with thine unveiled words, 0 trntli 01 ntfßt, Conif wfth thy calm. Adown the shallow I day. Whose nplendon hid the vaster world away, 1 wandered on this little plot of light, A dreamer umonj dreamers. Veiled or bright, Whether the gold shower roofed me or th< «ray, I strove and fretted at Ufo'e feverish play, And dreamed until the dream seemed infinite. Rut now the gateway of the all unbars ; The passions and tho cares that boat m shrill, • The giants of this petty world, disband ; On tho great threshold of the night stand, Once more a soul self-cognizant and still. Among the wheeling multitude of stars. —[Archibald Lampman, In Scribner. Called Berk. 11l the summer of 1877, a dusty, tired looking party of horsemen, 40 in number, were wending their way over the rolling prairie land of western Nebraska. In thi lead and to the rear rode a detachment ol Uncle Sam's blue coated soldiers), commanded by a bearded captain whose ox perience on the frontier had made h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 November 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. CHILDLESS IIOMEH. God pity the home whore no children's feet l{un in on the carpet with mud from street; For their merry laugh and their love intense, For faults like this more than recompense. God pity the homes, the whole world round, In which uo childrenbless'd are found: For be it the home of the poor or great, A home without children is desolate. God pity the man, who with all life's care, Has no roguish baby to pull his hair, As home he returns, at eventide, And sits him down by his own fireside, God pity the woman whose snowy neck No children's encircling arms bedeck ; For no jewels of gold, or rubies rare, In beauty and riches with these compare. God pity the woman upon whose breast No child was e'er sung to its evening's rost; For no song e'er tossed on tho peaceful air With a mother's lullaby can compare. God pity tho homes, the whole world round, Wherein no children sweet are found; For be it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 November 1891

Oflct Zitibltihti la iioi t; In, iitnu gutu, SOCRATES HBNKEL, AMIIROHK L. lIBKBL, KLOHO.HKMKIL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. ■ I'tllll.lSHEßS AND PROPRIETORS OP OUR CHUHCH PAPER," Religioui, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $l.BO. PCBLISHBHB OF TUB 'Seminarian," . . Lbthbrvii.le, Md. 'Von Bora Mbssenobr," - Luray, Va. "Zion's Advocate," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Oin PATHS," ... Strabbitho, VA. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, chocks, post-olßce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stampß rocoived. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Obr Chdroh Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday ovening, and entered tit the poß...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 November 1891

For Our Church Taper. Thanks. "A missionary box,'' and also a barrel, lately cheered the missionary and bis family. The things were all good to eat, and were greatly enjoyed. They came from our esteemed brother, Rev. P. C. Wike and his good wife. The sausage was given them, by one who loves his pastor, and they shared it with us. All this was unexpected, but very pleasant. In grateful recognition, J. S. Koineu and Wife. Charlottesville, Ya. A Thanksgiving Thought. It is noticeable that the public officers whose duty it is to put forth tho Thanksgiving proclamations endeavor always to enumerate some special occasions for gratitude ; and doubtless this represents a feeling very generally entertained; a feeling which wo are all likely to entertain unless we give the matter deeper thought. The eonstaut temptation which besots us is to measure the goodness of God by the standard of our own individual comfort. If tho fortunes of the year have been favorable to what we call prosperity ;it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 November 1891

MAKING RAIN TO ORDER. Throry on Which a Congrea.loiml Appropriation Is Based. That heavy cannonading produces rain is a belief which has bean slowly growing out of unscientific obsevatious and onfused recollections of the state of the weather before, during, andafter battles. Among soldiers there is a general impression that the floodgates of the heav ••us were opened shortly after each en gagoment in which they took part, and from them the idea has spread that the roar of guns shakes the atmosphere and precipitates the water in it. Of late men of scientific training hav» come to attach some importance to this belief, and Congress was induced to appropriate $2,000 for making experiments under the direction of the Department of Agriculture. This was done largely at the instigation of Senator Charles Farwell, of Illinois, who was greatly impressed by a book published by Edward Powers, r civil engineer of Delavan, Wis. In this little volume, entitled, "War and the Weather," Mr. Powers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 December 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. SENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. WITNESSES. BY MARIANNK FAIiNINOHAM. "I am working alone, find no one heeds I" Who says so does not know There are clear eyes watching on every side, And wherever our feet may go. We are compassed about with so great acloud, That if we could only soe, We could never think that our life is small, Or that we may unnoticed be! We soem to suffer aud bear alone Life's burdens and all its care; And the sighs and prayors of the heavy heart Vanish into the air; But we do not suffer or work alone, And after a victory won, Who knows how happy the hosts may he Who whisper a soft 'Well done!" Oh, do not deem that it matters not How you live your life below ; It matters much to the heedless crowd That you see go to and fro ; For ail that is noble and high and good Has an influence on the rest, And the world is better for every one Who is living at his best! Hut even if human eyes see not, No one is unobserved — There...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 December 1891

CBeiZitibllihii 1b lit! t) liv. ißkrsii giahl. BOORATE.S HBNKltr., AMBKOHE L. lIBKBL, KI.ONO.HKNKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. l'l liMHHKKH AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. PUBLISIIBBB OF TUB 'Seminarian," . . Luthervillb, Md. 'Von Uoua Messenger," - Loray, Va. "Zion's Advocate," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Oli> Paths," ... Strasbcrq, Va. "Our Church Pape/' and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-office money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable' advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Otiß Chcroh Pater is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vai.i,by every Thursday uvening, aud en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 December 1891

For Our Church Paper. Letter from Carroll. Tho hearts of the people, around Gladesborough, have been made glad during tho past three weeks. We are constrained to say, "joy to the world, the Lord is come." A great interest in religion is felt. Now that wo have a new house of worship, wc can have services with comfort. And God is witli us. He is iu tho midst of his church and is blessing lier. He holds tho destiny of all in the hollow of His hand, toguide, guard, direct, uphold, pardon, and bless them. God has heard tho many prayers that have been wafted 011 wings to the Throne of our Father, by members and by their loved ones long gone to rest in glory. Many aro tho prayers that have been sent up to a Throne of Grace in by-gone days, from the dear old church, by those whose sacred dust lies iu the cemetery nearby. A series of sermons have been preached by tho faithful pastor Be v. G. T. Gray, and much good has been accomplished. Ten new members have been added to the church. Last Sab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 December 1891

BITS OF INFORMATION. A horse will live about 30 years. All the nations of this continent ar.i republics. There is standing in Warwick, It. 1., o house wUi was built in 1647. The Presidential election will occur iin Tuesday, November 8, 1892. The submarine cables of the world stretch over 120,000 nautical miles, and have cost $200,000,000. Of the 11,000,000 square miles of Africa only 2,500,000 remain in the hands of the native rulers. The latest consus gives Chili a total population of 2,250,347, of which number only 47,000 are allowed to vote. There is no conspicuous star neai enough to the south pole to be called a pole star or to answer the purpose of one. Newfoundland is not part of the Dominion of Canada, but it is a colony of the crown which makes its own local laws. The inaugural of the first Harrison contained the most words —8,578, and the second one of Washington the fewest —134. No measures were vetoed by either the first or second Adams, by Jefferson, Van Buren, the firs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 December 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. fIENKEL & 00., [Publishers. VOLUME XIX. IIIS COMING. They tell me a solemn story, But it is not Hail to me, For in its sweet unfolding My Savior's love I sec. Tliey say that at any moment The Lord of life may come To lift me from the cloudland Into the light of home. They say I may have no warning; I may not oven hear The rustle of His garments, As He softly drawetli near. Suddenly in a moment, Upon my ear may fall The summons loved of our Master, "Answer the Master's call." Perhaps He will come in the noontide Of some bright, sunny day, When with dear ones all around me, My life seems bright and gay. Pleasant must be the pathway, Easy the shining road, Up from the dimmer sunlight Into the light of God. Perhaps He will come in the stillness Of the mild and quiet night, When the earth is calmly sleeping, 'Neath the moonbeams' silvery lighl; When the stars are softly shining O'er the slumber land and sea. Perhaps in the holy stillness The Mas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 December 1891

oaealitibliikit li 1801 ty in, iitnii intii. OOORATES IIBNKBL, AMBROHB L. IIBKBI., BItONO.BENKILi HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'ITIIMSHBRB AND PIIOI'HIRTOIiB OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, 91.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. PCDLIBTIBRB OF TUB •Seminarian," . . Lbtiierville, Md. 'Von Bora Messbnobr," - Luray, Va. "Zion'b Advooatb," . . Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Oli> Paths," ... Strasbitro, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent lo any one address, lor one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-offlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Katkh, for Unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Chcroii Pai'Bß is published every Wednesday evening and tile SftWANDOAii Vallby every Thursday evening, aud ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 December 1891

For Our Church Paper. An Organ at Mt. Nebo. Yes, we have a nice looking, suitable cburcb organ, all paid for. It is a Meedham, costing $55, for churches. We bought it of Messrs. W. 0. Payne & Son, Charlottesville. Va. Miss Annie Sotnmcrs plays on it for us, and does this right well. Mrs. Mary Henkel, widow of the late Col. Noah I. Henkel, was instrumental in starting the movement to procure an organ for our church, and in carrying it through to success. She thinks that the music is improved by the notes of the organ, in connection with our worship, and also that the preacher does better, since the innovation was introduced. A number of kind friends have contributed liberally to aid us in our purchase. Some of these are Lutherans living in the Valley. Some are not Lutherans, but kind neighbors and friends in Madison county. Mr. Jas. B. Yowell paid the freight charges ($1.08), and brought the organ from the station to the church, seven miles. To all who have assisted us, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 December 1891

WOMAN'S WORLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST IN THE HOM6 AND SOCIAL CIRCLE. If Wa Could Know. Whither do our footstepß tend ? More and more we yearn to ktiotft Ah life's shadows longer grow, Ami I he evening hours descend. And before us lies thu end. When the door shall open w lilo, And behind us softly close. What to our expectant eyes Will the future life disclose ? Shall we soe a morning break. Fair and fragrant and serene, Seeming like the blessed dream Of some unforgotten eve; Shall we walk iu gladness on. Under smiling skies of blue, Through an ever deepening dawn Into wide fields, fresh and now. Meeting those who came before, Knowing each familiar look And eßch well remembered tone. Though so many years had flown. Since each other's hands we took, Saying farewells o'or and o'er; Shall wo talk of earthly days. Speaking low, with bated breath, Of the awful mystery Of our human life, and death; Shall we wonder to recall, llow our hearts were prone to fear. How we scarcely dared to hope. In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 December 1891

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. SENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. ADVENT. IIR IB COMING, He is coming; and the tidings Are rolling wide and far ; As light flows out in gladness, From yon fair morning star. Hs is coming; and the tidings Sweep through the willing air, With hope that ends forever Time's agcß of despair. Old earth from dreams and Blumbcr Wakes up and says, Amen; Land and ocean bid Ilim welcome, Flood and forest join the strain. He is coming and the mountains Of Judea ring again ; Jerusalem awakens, And shouts her glad Amen. Sons of Gentile-trodden Judith, Awake, behold lie comes! Landless and klngless exiles, Re-seek your long lost homes. For He, thy true Messiah, Thine own anointed King, He comes, in love and glory, Thy endless joy to bring. Yes, He thy King is coming To end thy woes and wrongs, To give thee joy for mourning, To turn thy sighs to songs; To lift thee from thy sadness. To set thee on the throne. Messiah's chosen nation, His best beloved o...

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