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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 12 August 1887

kr it tl rr i r ir rtMHeBreHeValeV I leiiiliiiMiUiiigMses Wtt I Hazel Qeeen Heeald THE ELECTION EJ8na aMl Jnsa fPaiesm 1 lio 1W WlUSHaD BY 6PBHOEB COOPER OF1HOIAL VOTOFWOLFB COUNTV iflRffM OaWSP SW g W J HAZEL GREEN KY Friday August 12 1S87 If the enterprising citizens of Lexing ton will take i little pains fo investigate thev can find lotli an abundance of oil and a supply of natural gas in the vicin ity of that city On the Rced placo on tlie Uarrodsburg pike and nearly oppo ito the old Ingles place now owned hy Hart Gibson Esqr we believe there js a cave An entrance into tins cavo and an examination of tho subtcraneffn surroundings will convince tho most cepticnl that gas or oil may be had for the boring and we incline to tho belief that it will be gas If found and there is every prospect for it it will supply Lexington for all time to come Several years ago tho writer visited this cavo and was struck with tho destruction that its roof and walls indicated Large rocks bang in the r...

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. — 12 August 1887

3 aHV fc S f m R W r I I- r ir lUMRNMIU WHS s ERALD Has a larger circulation ja the mountains haitcra Kentucky nn any paper ini c btute and mcrolinnts and otheri wishing o Kceuro the trade of Eastern Kentucky will una it Tin ukht advertising medium Advertising Ratos S Transicnt udrortidcmenfaj 75 cents an inch flMt insertion 2i ln nn inch for each subsequent insertion Standing Advertisements 1 jndi I year 500 I 1 inchen I year1500 2 inches 1 year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 3 inches 1 year 1200 0 inches 1 year 2000 jCTpcciul rates on larecr iidvprtisninoiits local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off iur uiiiK umc rrMnrringa nnd death notices free tri botes of rewpect and obituaries 5 cents a Hue p9 Announcements of candidates for Ftate or District olliees 10 County offices calls on persons to become candidates find their answers 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance vStoNo namewill be entered upon the Subscription Book until paid for nnd nil subhcriptions are stopped nt expira...

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. — 12 August 1887

St rti Y ff m W Kfc f DUNGEON TO PALACE From the Sorrows of Earth Joys of Heayen to the There Are No Terror In tlm ClinngA to Those Who lScllevo Talmacea Sermon The Hamptons Tho Brooklyn Tabernacle boing closed for onlargomont Itov T DoWitt Talmnge D D pastor spends his Sabbath way from his flock tho prosont season at this summer homo His subjoot for to day was From Dun geon to Pulucc and his toxt Tho timo of my doparturo is at hand II Timothy iv 0 Tho way out of this world is so blockod np With coffin and hoarso and undor takors spndo and scrow drlvor that tho Christian can hardly think as ho ought of tho most choorful pnrtago in all his his tory Wo hang black lnstond of whito ovor tho placo whoro tho good man gots his last victory Wo stnnd wooping over a hoap of chains which tho frood soul has shakon off and wo say Poor man What a pity it was ho had to como to this I Como to what By tho timo tho pooplo havo assomblcd at tho obsequies that man has been throo days so happy that nil ...

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. — 12 August 1887

m r i p tu THE BANK OF NEW YORK Early History or the Oldest ItanHSnc In stitution In tlio Kmplre Stair Tho oldest bank in this city or Stnfo is tho Hank of New York which was originated March 15 178 i Its first president was Alexander McDoujrnl a Scotchman who had been a sea capluin and later a merchant in New York and still later in tho revolutionary war an earnest patriot who joined the army and rose to the rank of Major Cicneral llo was a man of integrity and great force of character William StcLson also a Scotchman was the first cashier lie had been a Loyalist but this fact was overlooked in selecting a cashier in view of his business abilities and popular manners Alexander Hamil ton was one of tho original stockhold ers and owned one and one half shares ofthe par value of 500 Aaron Burr owned three shares The bank was not incorporated until 1701 as there was fierce opposition to banks It was argued that if a bank should bo incor porated in this city the evil would spread and th...

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. — 12 August 1887

ii w I fv - if l if i v7 ri is R t i L lr I TV ifjlt t r V 7 kf -- v V At I fr j fc I V X Hazel Green Herald PUtLIIMIfD Y SPENCER COOPER ubwipt6nS - SI a Yar Ad Mutt Ba Paid Xa AUvasce TIMETABLE XMKty aid Suth Atlantic Railway Standard time 22 minutes lower thaa ML Sterling time ft 1 leave Mt Stealing at 7 a m arrives at Rothwoll at 840 A M 21vm Rothwcll at 9 a M arrives at Mt Sterling at 1050 A M q 3 1cav Mt Storling at 140 p M rivca at Rothwcll at S20 P M fao 4 leaves Rothwoll at 345 r M arrives at Mt Sterling at f30 P M No 2 conncota at Mt Storling with 1106 A M and 157 P M trains on C O railway for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville Jo 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M train on C O from the East and 180 p Mtraln from Louisville and Cincinnati jrMontgomery county court day special Scares Rothwoll on the 3rd Monday in each month at 730 A M arriving at Mt Storling at 9 A M Returning leaven Mt Sterling at 3 P M arriving atliothwcll at 430 r M leaves Itothwoll for ML Sterling ...

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. — 19 August 1887

J wy U IV P PlWIPWyg v 1A VOL III PROFESSIONAL AIIDS O C LYKIINS Zm mm jr SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor ISAAC W MAPEL And Kial Ektatk Aokkit Ar HAZEL GHKEN KY TVill nnictice in nil the CourtH of Wolfe Jowell Menifee and Brcnthitt counticw Titles examined abstract furnished tax ts paid for non residont real entnte bought tunu fold Collections a specialty JOHN H EVA3F6 HAZEL GREEK KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county Steqncctfnully solicitisdhc patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus mess entruntcd to his care w WANGO JIAZEL GEEEX KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to hinn with promptness and dinpatch E WHITT GEO Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel Co 210 W Market St Looisvhlj Ky Solicits the patronage of Eatwn Kentucky itor Blank Books Blanks a J Gvuvty Attorney Real Estate 4gent and Notary Public Practices in all Court in Wolfe and Ad joining Counties and Court of Appeals jr Collections a Specialty CVMiToy Woikh ...

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. — 19 August 1887

5V V K o r7 - is i Of 5L fc ia H It v tV ki r to i Ci HAZKL 0REEN EERALD fePSNCKK COOMB Publisher JIAZEL GREEN J Bdijon 1b experimenting on submarine signaling i Pbkntpacker is tho name of a rich Phll gdolphlan A riANO is tho latest artlclo to bo mndo out of papor Crop prospocts throughout Prussia aro most favorable TnB cost of ponslons for tho yoar will reach 70500000 A man in Pennsylvania laughed so hard as to break his jaw A BOMMEit hat liked by London belles is named tho Wild West PuiLAUELrniA claims to havo many Eng lish walnut trees a century old A new and Improved Btylo of potato bug bus mado its appcaranco at Qalcna A SrANisn oDlccr has invented a war boat that will stay under water four days Bulqawa and Hawaii aro storm cen ters in politics just at tho prosont timo CniOAao has arranged for an additional tunnel to Increaso tho wator Bupply to that city A dead man Is tho solo Inhabitant of tho onco flourishing town of Solitaire near Kingston A T A Cherokee half breed who has ...

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. — 19 August 1887

tU A- A- r k K If 14 - ti r Hazel Green Herald SPENCEU COOPKH Publisher HAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY UNDERTONES BHB Bo youro had a happy time Traveler so quoorly brown After scenery sublime Dont you hate the dusty town And that girl you left at Home Surely parting was a blow Theres no solaco here at home I Did h ever love met JV tie Well It was not such a chango From the old familiar sphere Glaclors did not seem so strange For its rather icy horol But that girl ah I sho was sweet Simple us a maid from school No coquotto all stale conceit And I loved youwtiat a fool Sim Slmplol Yes and vory good Trust a girl to know her cue Artful piece of maidonhood Posing as an ingenue You who boast your subtle wit Tako up on the merest show Any little hypocrite I 0 my heart J loved hUn so UK Dont malign my Roman roso Candor is hor sweetest bloom I I have found tho merest shows Not at Rome but In this room Onco I cherished hero what seemed Truest heart divinely kind Now I know I only dreamed I Joce she j...

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. — 19 August 1887

Bfc 143 ftVr S l 14 t U iSTT t - u - p Tj t 5 V - l i 1 t v s J I 1 mg I I It r frag Wr Mr p p EL PT Rr V CT r PT SS rr T Hkeel Green IIeealp PUBLIIHEP BY SPENCER COOPER Subscription SI aYoary Mumv to Aooiiiinny tho niuu IPENCEIt COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY ITrtdy August 19 1887 secure second placo on the ticket Again there is a strong suspicion tha Cleve land can not poll tho full strength of the Democratic party because- ho has made enemies of Uie hungry horde of office seekers It is hardly tnno to fore oast tho favorites but our opinion is that Cleveland is tho only available man for the Democratic party and as his administration has been one of the cleanest in the annals of America he will bo a hard man to down if ho shall ryceivotho nomination On tho other Maud Sherman stands tho best show for tho Republican nomination because of ooufidonce the monied ponor of the East has in his policy If therefore thuac two loaders should bo chosen for their rcByeciivo parties tho contest wi...

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. — 19 August 1887

K H WmWaw r el Sft wr HE ERALB HnK1 Inner Jn t mountllill8 Karn Kentucky jllin an pupcr jt p SslaJeftiidinLTclinnuiiiHl others wishine n jcrmV the tnulu of ftutern Kvntuuky will tint it Till HKST ADVftUTIKlNO MKIHUM Advertising fcatos -Transient mlvurtihoinenl 75 eonls an uipli tit M insertion J5 cents an iuvlt for vttih Mitiseqiiunt insertion bTAMHNU Aivkktikimints i men lyunii0 H jnebes 1 year 000 liivnos i year lJOO J J inches 1 vear UOK peeialratesnii larger atlveiiseniints local notices oe a line rtith 5 per cent oil tor long time oMiirrniKe anil death notices frc tri hutcs Hu l 1 inches 1 yearl00 IfnchiS 1 vear 1750 ot respect anil obituaries fi cent ti Announcements of eaiuliilafes for There will be a reunion of the Mexican War Vftcrans at 2lt Ablcflpeakera are expected to fiu present and a good time is anticipated Persons who lead a life of exposure arc subject to rhc iimatism nruralUia and ftimbago and will find 1 Valuable remedy in Dr 1 II McLcanr Volcanic Oil-Liniment it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 19 August 1887

r 5r fef 11 k PURE WATER OF GRACE Fr for AH Who Would Havo Eternal Llfo Wh Only Feantaln That Can Stake the Stnaars Thlrct and Allay a LonglBg Weary Souls Troubles Taltnagea Ser raoa Thb Hamptons Itov T Do WittTalmago D D pastor at tho Brook lyn Tabornnclo continues to enjoy tho summer in this pleasant plncc Hia ser mon for to day was on the text Wo can not until all tho flocks bo gathorcd to gether and till they roll tho stono from tho woIIb mouth then wo water tho shoop Genesis xxix 8 A sceno in Mesopotamia boautlfally pastoral A well of water of great valuo in that region Tho Holds around about in whito with threo flocks of snoop lying down waiting for tho watering I hear their bloating coming on tho bright air and tho laughter of young mon and maidons indulging in rustic repartee I look off and I bco othor flocks of shcop coming Meanwhile Jacob a stranger on tho interesting errand of looking for a wlfo comos to tho woll A beautiful shepherdess comos to tho samo woll I see her ap...

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. — 19 August 1887

fW r iAssBB T ra WKen ar we oWP Prof Faraday holds that the duration of life in man and animal is ilvo times tho period of growth mans growth requires twenty years ho should therefore un der ordinary circumstance live to be 100 infancy extending to the 20th year youth to the 50th when the tissues be come tirm virility to 75 and old age from 75 to 100 Whats tho meaning of malapro pos asked a little girl of her mother who answered It means out of place my dear A moment afterwards a governess called who had just lost her situation and on mentioning the fact tho child exclaimed 4Oh then you are malapropos iT Y Ledger A lady in Birmingham wrote to a lady friend in Montgomery to come up and spend a week with her Among the other inducements held out she of fered this You can sit at my window and see seven funerals go by every day Montgomery Ala Advertiser William had a lino position given him the first of the year by his linn I understand that he is an expert book keeper Well I should say ...

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. — 19 August 1887

H 8 t A v ray i i - - St r m 3K c Hazel Green Herald PUM1HE0 Y SPENCEICOOPER Aui Munt liw Lnld In Adraaeo TlJiTE TABLE tKerrtucKy and South Atlantic Railway Siasdard titno 22 roiimiM flower than ML Sterling Aicio vJo 1 leaven Mt Stcalingat 7 A M arrives nIlotiivraU at 640 A M J tfo il leave 3Rothwellat fiA M arrives at Mt Sterling nt 10JJO A X No 3 lcavcavUJStcrUne nt J10 r m rives at Both well at 120 M Jfo 4 leaven Ilothwcll at 145 r M arrives at Mt Sterling at fiflO l M -No 2 connoctH at Mt Sterling with 1105 A ar and 157 i m trains on 0 0 railway fur Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville So IS ooouecw tt Mt stoning wuii iiua a r train on CO from the East anil 130 PM train frowLouisvillu and Cincinnati ZJJ Montcomcrv county court day special rClottves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each J njnonth at 730 A M arriving a Mt atcrling uttt 9 A W Hcturmng leaven Mi Sterling at 3 P M arriving at Kothwell jeJb 430 P M Leaves RotUivell tor Mf Sterling t p M GKOJlJUlUEIVSupt t i q W WW i i iT ...

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. — 26 August 1887

A SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor ga OL III PROFESSIONAL CARDS W MAPEL ISAAC AnI RBAI EfiTATB AdBNT IIAIX illEKX KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee mid ltrcatliitt comities Tit Km examined abstracts furnished tax cs paid for aon rcddontf real estate bought and sold ollcctions a specialty J OWS II EVANS 1IAZKL GllBBN KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county RcHpeetfnully solicit the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all miis eniruMcu i iuh cure Xjrr t swango 1IAZKL itiiv KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch K whitt GEO Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel Co 210 W Market St lnrtsvilu Ky Solicits the putronawf Kastcrn Kentucky tor blank Hooks Blanks A e J O C LYKIIsrS County Attorney Real Estate Agent and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad joining Counties ami Court of Appeals jir Collections a Specialty Camiton Woikk CofNT Ky Ji U BAKER Attorney a...

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. — 26 August 1887

EV Ef i t I ft EW - W i U Vft 0 X Ti r r gy tyWfUwi Hazel Gheen Herald SPRNCER COOPER Tubllehcr HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY The Governors of Idaho and Nevada are brothers TnE whole length of mail routes in oporation in tlio United Slates amounts to 875000 miles It is csthnatod that 700000000 will enter into now buildings in thw United StntoB this year Several Philadelphians died recent ly of lead poisoning from eating buns colored with chrome yellow One iiundkei thousand more shad wero taken from the Hudson river be tween Albany and Peekskill this year than at any other season The Empress of Japan will visit this country in October It will bo tho first time that a reigning lady of that land has visited tho outside world A Kussian Pacific railroad is con templated and fivo years aro necessary to build tho line Whon finished tho world can bo traversed in fifty throe days r W K Vandekuilt has leased Lord Lovatta country seat in England for two months at f00 a mouth This is only a little episo...

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. — 26 August 1887

Bt in It I V V FW C7 9 b t Hazel Gbeen Hebald SPEXCElt GOOlEH Publisher IAZEL GREEN Yes and it may be committed before we Warren - KENTUCKY SONNETS IN SHADOW should bo wo nro watchoil unaware uy those who havo gone from us If our blRllS RIiiB in tholr oars If tears that scald our oyos They sec and long to stanch If our despair Fills them with nngulbh wo must learn to boar In strongth of silence Though doubt still denies It can not glvo assuranco which dotlos Allperadvcnture and If anywhere Our loved grieve with our grieving cruel wo To chorish selfishness of woo The cluinco Should keep us steadfast Tortured utterly This hopo alono In all tho worlds expanse Wo hold forlornly how deep love can bo Grfersjsllcnco proving more than utterance II When two souls hnvo boon truly blent In one It could not chanco that ono should cease to bo And one remain allvo Twero falsity To all that has boon to count union done Because death blinds tho sight Such throads are spun By dear communion oven the...

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. — 26 August 1887

ir Kf IsF f tvi Tt Br f V t K L xit 5 f If V t m IHPWT -- W73V T MyiAwi iMjiy - MlW Hazel Geeen Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER Subscription - SI a Year Moimy to Acriiiajmny thu Xitiiio SPENCER COOPER Editoii KAZEL GREEN KY Friday August 2G 1887 Aa thcro has boon some talk of hlic liiiicgnn in the calling of the primary election to he held at Camptnn on to morrow to nominate a Democratic candi date for Sheriff of Wolfe county we have taken sonio pains to ascertain the facts in the case With that end in view vc called upon A Pokteii Lacy Eq of this town who is a member of the Democratic County Committee and from him we learn that the call was made in due form by the chairman and that it was iu no wibc in the interest of any particular candidate Mr Lacy Hays he had heard a great many persons express themselves as agaiiibt precinct primaries on account of the prevalence of party feuds and the presence of liquor a com bination that generally promotes strife and that he was himself in...

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. — 26 August 1887

K fc ft sn witftii rr S OfwnuijAu GURRENTTOWH AND COUNTY NEWS O If Perry the artist will remain lint a few days longer at Jiazel urecn Henry Pieratt will fire his kiln about to night and people who have been goring lor hrielc can soon be supplied Tom lirashcar collector for the St Louis Wrought Iron Range Co was a guest of the Pieratt House last Sunday Iiiieien IJowyor was a guest of the Pieratt House Sunday last He is rep resenting tonic clothing hoiiro in Cin cinnati Rev J T Pieratt closed a meeting at old Vrassy Church on Monday last which was begun on the preceding Fri day A great deal of interest wasTmani Tested throughout the meeting and he closed his yi ar with that people on that occasion The attendance was estimated nt oOO or Goo people Wyley Perkins lat week had hi crop of wheat threshed and it issaidtobe the best crop raised in this eetioii lie had twenty eiyrht aeic atid the yield was just nine husln in and three peeks to the acre It was of the Folk vaiietv and line plum...

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. — 26 August 1887

In f - W ti i PLv A lv K4 tr IT r -iv tt a v o 0 g isxiim1 HSofMffWr VT vmri FT VPKr mr r PREACHING AND TEACHING Tha Stylo of Itollgloua Dlaoouroe Must bo Ohangod If the MlnUtry fin An Ifopo of Nnvlnff tlio Worhl Sermon by 11 v T Uu Witt Tfttmngc I 1 Tnr Hamptons ftcv T Do WittTnlmnjjoa subject this morning was Preaching fondling and Kxhortation and his toxt llomnns twelfth ohaptor novonth and oiglith vorsns Or ministry lotus wait on our ministering or ho that teachotli on teaching or ho that oxhortoth on exhortation Beforo the world is convortod tho stylo of religious discourse will havo to bo con vortod You might as woll go into tho modorn Sedan or Gettysburg with bows and arrows instead of rilles and bomb shells and parks of artlllory as to expect to conquor this world for Ood by tho old stylos or exhortation and normonology Jonathan Kdwards proaehed tho sermons most adapted to tho ago in which ho lived but if thoso sornions wore preached now thoy would divido an audiouco into tw...

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. — 26 August 1887

WW HOME FARM AND GARDEN In boiling a pudding loavo room for it to swell U cooked in a mold do not fill it full Ilorso rudisli Siuco Ono teaspoon fulv made mustard one tablcspoonful vinegar tlireo tablcspoonfuls cream a pinch of salt add enough gratco horseradish to make it thick as cream Exchange Prof Cook says that a solution of one teaspoonful of paris green to two pails of water will kill the striped cu cumber beetle Spray the plants and bugs if you can Dont mako it 6trongcr If the young clover after harvest is not pastured it will often cut a load of hay per acre worth for winter use even mom than the summer crop of hay and far more valuable than the pasturago lost Yankee Twister Take biscuit dough roll it quite thin spread it with buttor and sprinkle quite thick with sugar roll it up like a jelly cake and cut in slices about an inch thick liakcin aquickoven Toledo Blade Baked Tomatoes Scald and peel them lay thorn into a pie dish so they will cover the bottom season with but te...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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