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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 July 1887

I Ffc lh s If- k f frr k - vT sytfw v- Ci o Hazel Green Herald rUBUSHJSD BY SPENCER COOPER Subscription - 1 a Year Monuy tl AuriomprUiy the Nnino SlENOEJt COOPER M eimmhkm warn UjrUogo T 1 Editok HAZEL GREEN KY Wednesday July 6 1887 DEMOCRATIC TICKET lr Governor S 11 Unekner Lieutoniuit Uovtrnor funics Hrynm Attorney General 1 W llurdin Auditor Fuvette Hvuitt jVunsmur J Wi Tute blipt Jnblie Instruction Jos D Pickett Register Tho IT Corbett Senate 31th District II M PIKUATT of Morgan For Ucprceniutivt JAMKS M OIIVKK of Menifee REPUBLICAN TICKET Jor Governor Win 0 Hrmiley Lieutenant Governor Mat 0loherty Attorney General A T Wood Treasurer J B 1uryear Auditor H D Divvi s Huit Public Instruction S I litikcHon Kogbter T 1 Tinslcy fccimte 3lth District El W BliOWX of Morgan We have every reason to believe the earth in this sec tion of the State abounds in minerals In a conversation with a gentleman of this coun ty a few days ago he told us that ho a year or so ago took a piece of rock he...

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. — 6 July 1887

Sum XX Hi i J L Jas n larger zirculutinn in the mountains - find it Tin jjist nuvuuia u KHiesi jRflTransiiiit advert isement cents an inch first insertion o ccnt3 an inch for oath subsequent insertion STANDING AtiVKKTISKMKVrS 1 inch 1 yeur 500 U inches 1 year JW I inches lyear rJOO 4 inches 1 year1500 5 indies 1 vuir 17ft G inches 1 year L000 fiSnCinl 1 lltfxlin I - local notices uc a line with 5 percent olV for lontr time and death notices free tri butes of reojieet and obituaries 5 cents a lino Announcements of candidates for Stale or District otlices U County otlices calls xn persons to become candidates and tiieir answer 5 cents a liue 1avablc inVariably in advance SPISXCER COOPER Dissolution Notice The partnership heietoforo existing be tweenOoopcr Sc Hack in the publication of Tin ITkkaid is dissolved by mutual con sent Mr Hack retiring Our Mr IJaek having decided to enter the Union Theological Seminary and renew the prosecution of his studies for ihe minis try hus severed lii...

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. — 6 July 1887

M it K B - w v K - - n ib ih 111 JROUQH SAILING But No One Need Poriah Who Will Pray and Boliovt Christ the Great Mnnter Can Still the ftnjrry Tempest Sermon by Jtev T Do Witt Tlmge D I Brooscltx -Rev T DeWitt Talmage J D preached in tho Taberna cle this morning a sermon entitled Tho Tempest Sorvlco began with tho expo sition or appropriate passages or Scrip turo after which tho great congregation sang tho hymn Heaven is my fatherland Ilcaven is my homo Tho text was Mark iv 30 39 describing Christ stilling tho tempest lie said Tiberias Galilee Gonnosarct thrco names for the samo lako No othor gem over had so beautiful a sotting It lay in a scone of great luxuriance tho surround ing hills high terraced sloped groved so many hanging gardens of beauty the water rumbling down between rocks of gray and red limestone Hashing from tho hills and bounding into tho sea On tho shore were castles armed towers Roman baths every thing attractivo and beauti ful ull styles or vegotation in shorter ...

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. — 6 July 1887

HOME FARM AND GARDEN Butter takes nothing from the soil that nfFccts fertilization in the way that wheat ami other crops do Molasses Cookies One cup cacli of molasses ami brown sugar three fourths cup of melted lard one egg two teaspoonfuls of soda one in the sour milk the other in the molasses and Hour to mix not too hard House hold Cream Carrots Peel and slice thin boil until tender then drain oft water add butter and let them simmer a while then turn on rich milk with flour enough to make a gravy They are nico without the milk for a change Boston Budget Most kinds of fruit trees thrive best on rolling land Hardy grapes do well on almost any soil with a little care Sandy ridges are best adapted to their growth but sand and leaf mold mixed with undcrdrained clay will produco large vines and fine yields of fruit Troy Times Alfalfa is proving a great blessing to the cattle growers of California With it and a supply of water vast tracts of sandy waste once thought valueless have becom...

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. — 6 July 1887

fe C i t N te ir wt i ht 14 f t - vj rXt id hn l - j Vj rw Hazel Queen Herald PUIUSHCD 1YPENCER COOPER Subscription - II a Ymr And Mtint llu Irfld lit Attvtincn TIMETABLE Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway Standard liuio 22 minutes slower than Mt Sterling time No X leaves Mt Stealing ut 7 A M arrives nt Uothwull nt 6 10 A M JNo 2 leaves llothwell ut 9 A ar arrives at 3ft Sterling nt 1050 A M INo 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p v ar rives fit llothwoll nt 520 P M No 1 lenvcs llothwoll at 1J45 P m arrives nt Mt sterling nt r3u p m No 2 connect nt Mt Sterling with 1105 A M and 157 i M train on C fc Q railway for Lexington Citicinuati and Louisville No connects nt Mt sterling with UlMA M train on CQ from the Kat nml lM rM train from Loumville and Cincinnati jErMontgonicry county coutt dnyfcpccial IJeavcs llothwell oil tlio Jrd Monday in encli vnionth at 7I0 A M arriving at ML Sterling it0AJl Koturnine leaves Mt Sterling Uit3 P M arriving at Roihwell at 4 10 P M Leaves llothwell for Mt St...

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. — 13 July 1887

Hr - - J INW - i i rw r THUUBlQfll UL -till t1 tlWMCm JJ 1 1 AOBOIiflilEXliQM I Hazel Green HerIldM - V jJ1 t I SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor - Devoted to tho Development of Knutrrn Kentucky t Sl00 A YEAR Always In AVandtt v 5 c flg x H H i - i i - - - -- - ii i i i ir ir 11111 i i i l i il VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1887 JNT0 19 tj M H i i i - - ii i i ii ii i - - i i i i i i I i ii - i ii i mmmTmml I H lKUfhSLUrtALi UAlllJS CHAPTER 12 W MAPEL ISAAC B Attokv i v-at-La w And Kijal Estati Aint HAAZL filtEKN KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax os paid far non residonts mil estate bought ami hold Collections u specialty JOHN H EVANS 1IAZBL CSKEKX KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county Rcnioetlnully solieitis the patronage of the puhlic ami win uitcnu promptly to an iiifss entrusted to his care w T SWANGO HVAVL HtKKX KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend t ...

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. — 13 July 1887

r i rt ir v fV s f m f eflSstf r Sky K a v Bra V SS A Ufh hr rf v j h t Hazel Geeen Herald BrrHCKIl COOPKK rubltokcr flAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Card iwiii Newmans health is fast giving way A whits owl a rarity has been shot in Coventry N Y Joaquin Miller has Bold his log cabin in Washington for 5000 Tub jubilco colobration in Westminster Abbey will cost 17000 A San Jose Cal court fined a man ono dollar for winking at a lady A MK8SKD brick is bcingmado of ashes and cinders in Bun Francisco The city of London police rolls contain tho names of nearly fourtoon thousand men Miss Ellen K Abbott is teaching her seventy third term of school at Webster NH All flno luxurious plcasuro carriages are shod with India rubber tires in Eng land Frank James tho onco noted desperado is clerking in n clothing storo nt Dallas Texas Canada proposes to lot all tho inmates of bor jails go free in honor of tho Qucons jubilco LiLLT Lanotrt is the roputod owner of 1200000 worth of Now York real es...

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. — 13 July 1887

W 4 1 1 J J Hazel Green Herald SPENCEIt COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY A BACHELOR I lend my quiet life alono I urn notcynlcul or bitter Novels I like am always prono To waste- the tlrao I could use litter I lllto u Bong my barytono Youd hardly thlnlc was one time pleasing I lllto a pretty face but groan To think of nieces nolso and teasing Poems I read and somotimes write You see I frankly toll my failings Time wus when I would oft lndlto To one who found them neath the railings 31ut that was long ugo To night Ive fallen into retrospection Jt can not be and yet it might That that girls voico gavo thought direction I hoar it rise I hoar It fall A happy voico in idlo chatter I lean my head against the wall And close my ears to such light matter I know her lover young and tail And very very fond of dancing I know her too not largo or small Or to my mind at all entrancing Nearer it comos How like great Heaven How like a voico I onco knew bettor When in my room its thirty seven ...

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. — 13 July 1887

ut x lC Fj i 4 j w ff j I wiju5r Life L V 1 i Jf I rff jt4 v -V fcv -v fe - m f Hazel Qkeen Herald PUBLISHED BVSPENCER COOPER Subscription - SI a Year Money ti Aeeofupitiiy tho Nnme MIEJfCEtt COOPER Bid il ever occur to the peo ple of Eastern Kentucky that this section now so sparsely settled will be the most pros perous and most densely pop ulated of any portion of the v3tntc in ten or twejity years ftwill he and you may cut his item to verify the predic tion Kot only this hut some insigni lieu nt town of our moun lains today will then be the iimnufacturing metropolis of iCentuck v Ft is hound to come U pass Capitalists must very soon seek investment here for idle money Some of them vronow doing so and they am not nor will they allow he properly thus acquired to become tix accumulating and ion producing Just as soon as a sullichnt number of such men become interested just o soon will development be jin to dawn upon our devoted iftnd The handwritiimon the wall indicate that J Ihvnxo...

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. — 13 July 1887

tW WTHj JtHE t tf ERALD I sf fii DAY MLIN n Their 1Vli1lniniil tint ltcc cpUon Has a lnrptr Mreuhtioi in tin- nnmutnitii r0 luJdW e 0 1SS7 KaMcru Kentucky than miv paper hi c il M Day of Frozen Creek Stale and invruhaiit niul others wishtnjrto Jbxathitt county and ItH Maggie C mill flm triiilo nf litini IviMifmiL f u Ml I MeTill nf lfnan Hill Vn - I i v lllli 1 it Tin urvr aiviktimnu mkihum In the holy bonds of niatrimonv at the Advertising Rates residence of tho brides and in - - vb toSIVJ IWI O IMII11IU1 alllll 111 fcCTraiidont udvcrtihOiiicnti 7 cents au the presence of a host of their friend inch firt insertion cents an inch for The bride is u thiiiditor nf Hanf Mirt each subHiiuent itn crtiou 1 VTANlISU AliVKKTHIMBNTM 1 iiiili 1 vcar 00 2 iiiehe 1 year 10 uuclic 1 year lLuo 1 incite 1 yearl00 inches 1 venr 17j0 0 Inches 1 year XiTSncchd ratcson laruer advertisement loeal notices Ce n line with 5 jter cent oil for lonj time irtfMarriuge and death notices free tri httte of re pte...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 July 1887

1- i lfi t rt ff i I i H KV I L rV f e y V r V c K V T- il V r Lit p Hr f iWI I Hi WIllOW ClIIIMhuiM il i J i I jJT a n CAJIEER OF STEPHEN Hl c Flfifht Against Worldllnesa Caused Hhn to bo Despised tt the Punlnhtnont Inflicted Kebonnded Upon Illit Persecutor Sormon by Iter T De Witt Tannage 1 D Brookltti This morning at tho Tahcrnnclo Uav T o Witt Talmogo D p oxpoundod nppropriato passages of Sorlpture aftor which tho congregation sang tho favorlto hymn Thoro Is rest for tho woary The rovorend doctors toxt was Acts vli CO CO Behold I aco tho Hoavons oponod and tho BonofMnn stand ing on tho right hand of God Thon thoy cried out with a loud voico and stopped thoir cars and ran upon him with ono ac cord and cast him out of tho city and stonod him and tho witnesses laid down their clothes at a young mans fcot whoso namo was Haul And thoy stoned Stephen calling upon God end saying Lord Jesus roccivo my spirit And ho knooled down and cried with n loud voico Lord lay not this sin to thoir ...

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. — 13 July 1887

vyftniQgp TREES FOR FUEL tainod any considerable sio maple and Cottonwood trees can bo planted four feot apart each way When largo enough to furnish fuel half of thorn can bo cut out and burned By this process of thinning room will bo obtained for tho remainder to grow in Tall trees containing hut fuw knots i aro enslly prepared for find and they aro serviceable for breaking the force of the wind Young tree obtained from a nuroYy where the beod was planted in rows are much better for netting out than those found hi a forest and which can 1m hud for the trouble of digging them up and moving thmu It U nmijmru lively vttby to dig up young Law in u 55gl335S5P5 PSPHHPffi - nursery ifihtf Mohnd has been t llow Farmer Ca Matarlallr ItodwifSS1 W Htf t Their Living Kxpemea Fanners who pay out the least money for supplies aro ordinarily Ihc ones who succeed tho best Prosperity largely depends on keeping down the running expenses of a farm Tho farmer who lias little to buy docs not have occasi...

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. — 13 July 1887

s v s Ml - ft 1 it T 8 t v r V re i I i K 1 - A B fi K r t n i Mn r i a i SS I- 1 -- - - r1 Ifc T Jli T i in Hazel Qkeen Herald pu iLjfrtfb iYpkiscEn cooper ulcrptfeh SI V Anil MhL Be PMld Iri AttrnHcc HIWMMMUHMta TtME TAtlE ftnfrfty ind Stfft Atlantic milway tStamUird inta 22mimttcs Mower thuu Mt Sterling lime xfo 1 leaves Mt Stealing nt 7 A Mi arrives nt Kothwoll Ht H40 n M No 2 leaves liotlrwtH ttOA arrives at 4 T Mt tftcrling dt 1050 A 31 o3 leaves ML Sterling nt 140 r Mf ar rives at llotliwoll nt V2Q V M No 4 lclcvcH Itothwoll at 34i i v arrive at Mt Sterling at 530 i M -No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M unil1C7 rVM trains on OtfeO railway for Lexington Cincinnati imil Louisville So 8 connects lit ML Sterling with 1105 a r jr train ou C 0 front the 1jrst and 131 1 jr train from Louisvillo and Cincinnati r Montgomery county court ilny special leaves Iothwcll on tho Hnl Monday in eaeli inonth at 7S0 A M arriving at Mt Sterling it i a M Heturnmg leaves Mt Sterling at 3 r ...

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. — 20 July 1887

i 1 t t iM -1 -fl v s rs SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor I VOL III PROFESSIONAL CAItDS SAAC W MAPEL And ItEAii Estati Agknt JIAZKL iltEEX KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and lircnthitt counticn Titlfs examined abstracts furnished tax-e- paid for uou residonts real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty JOHN II EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY Examiner of Depositions G for Wolfe county Itesnertmully solicitis the patronage of the riuhlic una win nticnu promptly to an mess entrusted to his care W T SWANGO HAZEL GREEK KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe ill attend to nil business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch EO E WIUTT Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel Co J10 V MmketSt LoutsvtME Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Ilank Hooks Hlunks Ac TO O LYKINS County Attorney Real Estate Agent and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad- joining Counties and Court of Appeals T r Collections a Specialty Camiton Womi County Ky C...

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. — 20 July 1887

K I N3 notes J TT a rcinr riTJWM Htt ATn H BPENCEIl COOPER Publisher H HAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY l CURRENT TOPICS Mi- I 15 It- fv K P V- K SrcnETART Lamau is a Jorsoy cattlo fan clor Will Cakleton is on gaged on a volumo of poems Tub session of tho Gorman Hoichstag has closed In tho Grand Canyon of Colorado snow Is still ton foot dcop Coffee isnt sottlcd yot Speculators aro still stirring it up Cotton olooms aro making thoirappcar anco in West Tennessee Rake manuscripts in tho libraries of Paris aro to bo photographed Hiawatha Kan has a young lady who watches over 15000 sillc worms KEELTof motor fnmo says ho is getting1 tired So aro tho stockholders Thr Chicago lawyers arc holding a coro nors inquest on tho lato wheat deal It is said that thrco fourth of tho women in Now York city aro wago earners A HUMnT aimed at Miss Geary of St Louis lodged in hor newspaper bustle Jin Less of Cumru la sold sixteen dollars worth of cherries off ono tree Am hopo of getting natural gr in Cleveland O is...

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. — 20 July 1887

ft Sazel Green Herald SPUNCKIt COOlKIt Publisher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MY BABYS SATIN SHOES Theres rain without nml rain within Without from hosts of black browed clouds That il irkens nil tho mountulns tilth And nil the rivors valley shrouds Within are tennlrnps Mowing swift From their mysterious fountain head As I sit thinking of tho past Oer muniug jracos of my doad A hcartaoho first as hot and keen As that a drought must bring to earth While this and that of treasures stored I lift and nuiso on vanished worth And wish for luxury of tears To come and cool and eiino the pain Tis Babys little satin shoes That tup the clouds and bring the rain And looking at tho dulnty things I wotider if her pretty feet Have grown too large for these wee shoon Since they haw walked the golden street Or keep they still their wondrous charms Of rosy liuc and fairy size That as I held them In my palm Woke gleams of wonder in her eyes I llvo once more In that far ttnio When she in crowing witching glee ...

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. — 20 July 1887

t E I i M j1 BJbimwmm mmtwmmm Hazel Green Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER Subscription - 1 a Year Money to Acflitmjttinjr tin JfntitH SPENCER t OOPER Enn on HAZEL GREEN KY Wednesday July 0 1887 DEMOCRATIC TICKET F r Governor S II liucknor TAiitQiiaiit ilVirntr Tamos W Bryan Attorney ficrtr ritl P W Hardin Auditor Fayette Hewitt Tremnircr J W Tute Supt Public InstiiutionJojD Pickett lteyhitcr Tho i Jr Coibett nnto 3 llli District K M PIKRATT of Morgan Tor Itenreotiitntive JAMKS M OMVEK of Menifee REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor Win 0 llrndlev LioutennnKlovernor Mat ODoherty ttornoy Geneiil A T Wood Trensiirur J 15 Puryear Auditor R I DrvN Sunt Public Instruc 1 inn 5 D Pinkerlon Hoplitor T 1 Thndey Senate 3 lth Dntiiet KD W RltOWN of Morgan Tlio existing road law in Kentucky is a disgrace to civ ilization and the most unjust evev enacted by any body of men There is nothing equita ble about it One man owns thousands of acres of land but is above fifty years of aae and free of road du...

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. — 20 July 1887

i LV vt J i ill 11 i f Y t ju 1 1 W t t1 fvrx 7 t HE a HERALD Ha a lareer ireulntion in the mountains Eastern Kentucky than anv paper in o Mate and iiicnjhatits and otheri winhIiiL d mm iuc tin1 trad tntl it TllK 111 CURRENT TOWN AND ICOUNTY NEWS A large number of our citizen attend ed the big barbecue at West Liberty hint Friday Rev Eugene P Mickel will preach at the Presbyterian church in this place on next Tuesday night 1 Morgan Easterling of the Pension Department Washington was visiting his brother Tommie of this ofllce hiat week Rev John I Rogers last week brought to this office a twig containing thir teen good izcd apples It was taken f torn a tree in the orchard of Mrs Nan- in Knsu The cane of the Commonwealth against Louis Taulbee pending in the Wolfe Circuit Court on a change of venue from IJreathitt county was continued on ac count of the ab ence of important Com monwealth witnesses The Superintendent of Public Instruc tion announces that the common school per capita for ...

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. — 20 July 1887

H M fit J IV 5 iti i Pfc r OUIl CITIES Tho Stroot a Poor School In Which to Bring Up Children Tho Dnwnwnril Courwo of Ynutli 31 nut Uo Cliftltoil Sermon by Kuv T UeWilt Hliiiugo I 1 Biiookitx Tho tort of Rov T Do Witt Talmago this morning was Anil tho men of tho city snld unto ISlishn Behold 1 pniy thoo tho situation pf this city is pleasant as my Lord sooth but ttic water is naught and the ground barren And ho said Bring mo a new cruse and put salt thoroiu And thoy brought it tohim And ho wont forth unto tho spring of tho wators and cast the salt in thoro and said Thus said the Lord I have healed these waters thoro shall not bo from thence any more dearth or barron land Ho tho wators wore healed unto this day II Kings ii 1J til Dr Talmago said It is difficult to estimate how much of tho prosperity and health of a city are de pendent upon good water Tho timo when through wcll laul pipes and from safo reservoir an abundance of water j from Crolon or ftidgowood or I Schuylkill is brou...

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. — 20 July 1887

JT BELIGIOUS BEADING THE LORDS DAY Dcarlml wo thank Tlico for this holy day Tlio cluy Thyself hast made anil kept and hlcst 7e lay usi lo our wcclc day toil and care And groct with joy this day of sacred rest Mako this a Sunday to our darkened minds Shlno with bright beams of warmth and love Into our burdened earth bound hearts And draw us nearer to Thyself above Make this a Sibbath to our weary frames A rest day full of glad and peaceful calm An emblem sweet of Heaven our better home And for the week to come a strengthening balm May this a First day be in better things A new beginning in our work to Thee And in our busy lives and service here More wholly consecrated may we be And so dear Lord may all our Sabbat is here Bring light and joy and hope and rest and peace To every weak and weary troubled soul Till earthly work shall end and Sabbaths cease Chrhtlan at Work Sunday School Lessons THIIIU QIMKTEH July aTho Infant Jesus Matt 2 1 12 July 10 The Flight Into Kgypt Matt 3 li 23 Ju...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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