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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 16 September 1887

v rj V vt ft -51 V If k 8 iV I a Mi- tf - i - t KTP V M lfr t 8S 4 1 ftr a- iff iTtf f i z r IlABL GreejN Herald PUDL1SH ED BY SPENCER COOPER Inscription - SI a Year IJtfoite y to Aeromimuy the Kniuu APENOEtt G0OPEU u wmwifiMiu Editou HAZL GREEN KY Ikiday September 16 1SS7 hm ilBWHWMI OUR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES Aa an educational con tor Hazel Green surpasses any town in Eastern Kentucky h Mt Sterling and Lexington might Wffb a certain amount of profit patronize 3he high school at tins place The ITa zol Oreen Academy building is equal to any similar establishment in the State the sclibol furniture is of tho most mod 1 em made and tho teachers aro an good as can bo lound in the Commonwealth Prof Eiui the principal has been a suc cessful teacher for several years and during the session of Hazel Green Acad emy which closed last June demonstrated his fitness for the position he holds He is a religious and n moral man addicted to no vicious habits whatever and in J his respect is ahead of...

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. — 16 September 1887

t I r MMMMMM 1Um hw srer airctilalion in the mountains o l4n rn Kentucky than nitv paper in the Maic RMl iiiurclaitilft mtil other wishing t Mu ore tin trade of Enmern Kentucky will fimi it THli lMiVr ADYtCTlHlNU MIJDtUM Advortislng Rtos jrO TnMMiiit lutvtrtihPiiUiits fl eentB nti Jh Ji firnt fincrtion ft cents mi ttivli fur h MiheqMf nt iufcrtioti STANDING ADVKhTlsrMKNTS 1 iiu i 1 year 00 r iinlnl year 000 1 inches 1 your 1U00 1 inehP lycurlji00 inehess 1 year 17W u mriics l year 2000 afitocil rates mi lareor advertisements local notices 3c a line with 0 per oeut ofl lor lone time VMnrringe and death notices Tree tri luites of respect and obituaries 5 cents a I in rjCr Announcements of candidates for Suie or district oflieos 10 County otlices H calls on persons to become candidates md their answers tf cents u Hue 1ayablc iiivnrinbh in tulvnnce lcjfSo name will be entered upon the Subscription Hook until paid for and nil subscriptions nre stopped at expira tiorrof time paid for noti...

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. — 16 September 1887

CIV4 ikf t eti ft f n Eazel Green Reraid IPIKOEIt COOPER 1ubllshcr HAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY m i mmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmrwamwmmmmmmmmmama W I 1 M WW M BACHELORS HALL Htirrafct hurrah for Bachelors Ilnll TIm Quexms awuy and Im monarch o all I dont have to hung up my coat or my bat And vrhon I got lonoly I talk to tho cat I come whon I llko and I go whun I choose Tbo flnost cigars holp mo scatter tho bluos Nobumllo3 1 carry and nothing I buy Thfiroi no ono to caro about only big L Irovcl in wildest confusion nround ITioro Isn t a thing In its plnco to bo found My books and nowepapors thoy llttor tho room That hasnt for weeks soon tho sight of a broom Thoros clothing or somothlng on every chair My beds novor rondo but its llttlo I caro I sloop llko u top for theres no ono to call Itako solid comfort In Bachelors Hall tvo used all tho dlshos and now its my fato To oat whon Im homo on tho back of a pinto Im looming to coolc but alas Iconfoss I choose to go hungry than swallow tho moss But...

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. — 16 September 1887

p U NT r Vf iv v W h mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmaimmmejimmmm HOME FARM AND GARDEN Oil of lavender will drivo nvray Hies Clovor pasture increnscs the milk yield of cows and makes yellow butter Fried Squash Slice crooknocked summer squash rather thin lay in dry flour then into a pan with hot butter fry thorn until brown Cincinnati Times Much of the ordinary bother of washing lamp chimneys on tho inside can bo saved by using a stick with a sponge tied to tho end A Thing to lie Cherished There is no sweeter pluco than homo Upon tills bleak and barren earth Thcro aro no purer joys below Than sparulo round tho peaceful hearth- Clabber Batter Cakes Boat throe eggs very light add ono teacup of thick clabber one of skim milk ono of flour ono of corn meal half a tea spoonful of soda and salt each Grease a hot griddlo and bake Cincinnati Times Buttermilk Cake One cup of but termilk one large cup of sugar two thirds cup of shortening two eggs and ono tcaspoonful of soda Flavor to taste By putting in...

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. — 16 September 1887

fiC te Ssv r i m ft H IfSeir w kfi Ir y I I T- pomp licit by Cotmtj Kxtructed From hif HaeeL Qeeen 3JeraID PUBLHID IY 8PCNCER COOPER tubprlptkm St Ypr Advance a TftyJE TABLE - wtttckjf and Siuth Atlantic Railway f Standard time 2 minutes idower than Mt v Btcrllnir tjjneO 1 Ieaves Mfc Stealing ut -7 A- arrives J nt ItnthwcUat t0 A M kNo 2 leaves ftnthwcilt 0 A jr arrives at Jit Sterling nt lOffo A M vNo 3 leavefl Mt Sterling at 140 P jr ar rives nt JMbweU ut 320 v Jr No 4 leaves ltotlwell at 345 r Jr arrives at Mt Btarlintr at fi30 p jr iflo 2 connects at Mt Stcrlinsr with 1105 A jr nnd 157 P jr trains on 0 it 0 railway for Lexington Cincinnati nnd Louisville iso 3 connects at Ht Sterling with 110 A M train on C 0 from the East and 135 PM train from Louisvillu nnd Chichiuati -Montgomery county court dwy special ilcavcn Kothwell on the 3rd Monday in cncii rnonth nt 730 A Mj arriving at Mt Sterling wt y a ni Jiciurmug icavei uj oicriing at 3 P Jr arriving at Kothwell at 430 P M Leaves ...

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. — 23 September 1887

m t2il JjLAZEL SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor VOL III W MAPEL ISAAC And Real Estate Aoent nAZEL GREEN KY Yill prctico in all the Courts of Volfe jjowcli Menifee and Hreathitt conntimi Titles examined abstracts furnished tax s paid for non resident real csttc bought ana sold Collections a specialty JOHN H EVANS X UAZEL GREEN KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfo county Respectfnully aolicitia the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus iness entrusted to hia care m T SWANGO UAZEL GREEN KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all busings entrusted to him promptness and dispatch Ea B WHmr Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knopfel Co 210 W Market St Louisville Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tiar Blank Uooks lilauks c JO C LYKINS County Attorney Roal Estate Agont and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad joining Counties and Court of Appeals jSSrColluctions a dpeciulty Campton Wolff County Ky 7T C BAKER Attorney t Law JACKSON KY ...

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. — 23 September 1887

J tt t I- B Ufe IW r B TV s r r fer r ii v k k i AAZEL GREEN aHr1 J WMf i gPBNGBR COOPBrubllfcfr KENTUCKY HIS SECOND WIFE la silence sho rises Her low drooping head To list whllo ha praises Tho wife who Ib dead And over he cohocs tho old rbrrala - MOh that Wa life With ouch a wlfo Poor Susan Amanda Matilda Jane I 1 She never was Jdlo Sho never would tire Her temper could bridle Hor servants inspire And ever her virtues ho sangacain No ono could bo Llko her to me Poor Susan Amanda Matilda Jane 1 T She never spont money v Was over contonl To have a new bounot - Would nevorconsont j Vet Bummer or winteror shino or rain Would never stay From church away His Susan Amanda Matilda Janel Was never loo early Was never too late ner dinner was ready v Or ready to wait But ahl ho never should- see again With mortal eyes Such pcerlesB pies Toor Susan Amanda Matilda Janol Gould sow on his buttons Darn back stitch aud hem Each button a picture Each darn was a gem 1 A vision of beauty a pearl witho...

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. — 23 September 1887

m t V i Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publisher UAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY WHEN OLD JACK DIED Whon Old Jaok died wo staid from school they suld At home wo neednt ro that day and none Of us ate nny broakfast only one And that was papa and his oyes woro rod When ho came round where we wero by the 6hed Whoro Jaok wn lying half way In tho sun And half way in tho shade When wo begun To cry out loud pa turned and droppod his hoad And went away and mamma she wont back Into tho kitchen Then for a long whilo All to oursolvos like wo stood thero and criod Wo thought so many good things of Old Jack And funny things although we didnt smtlo Wo couldnt only cry when Old Jack died When Old Jack dlod It scorned a human friend Hud suddenly gono from us that some face That wo had loved to fondle and embrace From babyhood no more would condescend To smile on us forovor Wo might bend With tearful eyes above him intorlaco Our chubby lingers oor him romp and race Plead with him call and coax aye we might s...

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. — 23 September 1887

Ml I t i tM fin KltSf t ft K S uV If Ik - MMMOTviiaMtiM r l T In V 7 i am mini in mmmkmmmmmmmmmamlmimmmmm Hazel Green Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER 9tobcrlptiori - 81 a Year Money to Accompany the Nnmo fss cHiliftCER COOPER Editor ii i iiMwwn wtnM i HAZEL KY tfiUDAy September 23 1587 Mnrry df our rmtleM will remember nn recount of the bftttlcnt Chicago between iio Anarchists and the police published ift theso columns at the time Thn seven Isadora iu the llaymarket horror of that day have been condemned to hang on tlio 11th of November and an Apsocinted Press dispatch has this to say of them Tho Anarchists condomued to die No vomberllth aro pulling ono way in the efforts to save their lives and their friends aro pulling another The convicted men arp opposed to an appeal to Governor Oglesby forExccutivo clemency and three of thorn arc oven opposed to their case going to tho United States Supreme Court They prefer to let the pcntenco against them stand expressing a willing ncas to...

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. — 23 September 1887

lip ItWu o m u i i n k MMf f HE a a ERALD Ifafn larger rirculation iu the mountains oj Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the tatt and merchants anil others wishing o Vurt the tralc of Eastern Kentuuky will tilld it THK BKHT ADVKKTISINO MKDIUM n Advertising Rntos jStfTransiunt ndvcrtHeinfntu f oont mi inch first insertion 15 cents an inch for Jfiich suMequcut inncrtion STANDING AnvrKTISKMRNTK t Inch 1 ycar COO SJiiichen I year IK 00 inches lyear l uo 1 inchPH 1 ycstrlo00 flinches 1 year 17P0 0 indie 1 year 2000 jjfSneial rates on larger advertisements local notices 5c a line with per cent oil for long time ami death notice free tri- liutes of respect and obituaries 5 cents i line Announcements of candidates for State or District olfices 10 County offices 5 calls on persons to become candidates and their nnsweis r cents a line Payable juvnriably in advance BgjyNo name will be entered upon the Subscription Book until paid for and all subscriptions are dtopped at expira tion of time pa...

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. — 23 September 1887

v i sr 6W i fcr BKr OEH F t i THE FACTS PEOVED It WiU Not bo Through Argumont But Through Testimony We Are Witness of the Fact That Religion linn Power to Give Composure Sermon fey Ker T De Witt Talmage D D The Hamptons - Tho Facts Provod ia tho Bubjoct of discourse by Kev T DoWitt Talmngo D D to day His text is from tho 15th vorso of Acta ill 41 Wo arc witnoaaos Iu tho daya of Ooorgo Btophonson tho porfcotor of tho locomotlvo engine tho sciuntsts provod conclusively thnt a rail way train could novor bo drivon by steam powor Bucccasfully and without poril but tho ruBhing express trains from Liver pool to Edinburg and from Ediuburg to London havo mndo all tho nations wlt noss of tho splendid nchiovomont Machinists and navigators proved conclusively that a atenmer could novor cross tho Atlantic Ocean but no Boonor had thoy successfully proved tho Impossibility of such an undertaking than tho work was done and the pnssengorson tho Cunnrd uud tho Innian and tiie Na tional and tho White ...

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. — 23 September 1887

4 i nrf w REFINED COURTESY IP SCHOOL AND CHURCH There uro eighteen thousand fo mnlo students in tho colleges of this country Grunt hearts how much glory good MicJiclct mono thero understand is in being Sinco 1870 the- attendance at tho elementary schools of England has doubled and tho number of teachers more than trebled All Saints Memorial Church in Now Midford Conn is to be lighted by electricity It is said to be tho lirst Episcopal churchin tho United States to bo thus lighted Of the 865 colleges and univer sities in the United States 278 are church schools averaging 18 teachers and 193 students to a school 87 are non sectarian schools averaging 15 teachers and 136 students Public Opinion A Treasure InsHesirtl Only by Highly tired unit Cultivated lVmoiiH A refined courtesy of manner is one of the works of a highly bred and cul tivated person It is the outcome of a kindly heart and considerate feelings but it is also something more than this It is tho case of conscious dignity an ...

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. — 23 September 1887

fcl life Jf fr - m fw 8LV Bft ifc - jh t - l r r K 4 IWSw 4 I I fo V HAzasL Gbebn Herajld UIUfHEO lYf PENCEK COOJJtR Subscription - SI a Xpf f5 3P TIMETAILE urtuckyand South Atlantic itylway r Standard time 22 rnimitcs alovjpr than Mt Burling time No 1 IcATCfl Mt Scaling at7 A M arrives at RoihfrelUt 0 A M No 2 leaves Rothwcll atP A M arrive at Mt Sterling at 100 A M No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p M rives at ohw ell at 320 P M No 4 leaves RotKwcll at 345 P M arrives at Mt Sterling at B0 r r Jtfo 2 conneojs at Mt StcrIne with 1105 A M and l7r M trains qnC Q railway for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville Ko 3 connects at Mt Sterling with llQG A x train on C 0 irQm the Uast and 130 PM train from Louisyillo and Cincinnati jt Montgomcry county court day special leaves Rothwcll on the 3rd Monday in each month at 730 a arriviugat Mt Sterling at 9 A M Returning leaves Mt Sterling at 3 P M arriving at ltothwoll at 430 p M Leaves Rothwcll for Mt Sterling at 6 p M 7 GEO B HARPER Supt EASTER...

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. — 30 September 1887

r l f f - it S v V i I- r K v- i r i U r Hazel SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor VOL III W MAPEL ISAAC Asp Rkal Estatk Agent ilAAUL GIIEEN KY Will practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe Xowell Menifee ami Drcathitt eountics Titles examined abstracts furnished tax es paid for noii lcsidonts real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty TTOUN H EVANS IIAZBIj GUEEX KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county Jtcspectfnully solicitis the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus iness entrusted to bin care w A T SWANGO HAZEL GREEN KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to him uitli promptness and dispatch E WHITT GEO Of Elliott County WITH t Henry Knoefel Co 210 W Market St LouiSVIJu KY Elicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky or Blank liooks Hlanks Ac JO C LYK1NS County Attorney Roal Estate Agont and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wjolfe and Ad- joinim Counties and Courfof Appeals jrSS CoIlcctions a Specialty Jamitox Wo...

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. — 30 September 1887

0l Ktf r V f i tfi v jp5 SKA1 f iPt Vf ErS i i to - Sfr M V M i Y J A 1 1 t If l fc jar JT HAZEL GKEEiqHEKAID SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL FREEST - KENTUCKY AT THE OLD HOME Pre seen tlio aame old town again The homo whore first my mother smltod Hie same yet not the same as when It knew mo as a happy child That homo to fond hearts firmly wed By pleasant memories of old Of summer meads with berries red Of antumn fields with shocks of gold Of wayside maples which still weare Their shadows brood of that soft light Which glinting on each birohen leaf Sifts down and makes tho landscape bright There ferns in woodland shades abound There anoient oaks and hemlocks stind Thoro stately firs adorn tho ground And plnos ore monurchs of tho laud When genial airs awake tho flowors Up peeps tho same blue violet The golden rod through suns and showers Just as of old is goldon yet Tho rose and lilacs shod perfumo Unstinted as in early days And buttercups and nstors bloom Dcsldo tho quiet country way...

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. — 30 September 1887

i t of uyB the tho this Han au- nal CSS Ian cn ith lar oss in ibc In fa m he ed od ch he or ed ry no y a of a- 9- r a s e a o X if - 4 Hazel Gheen Herald BPENCKtt COOPER 1ubuAor HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY LOVES TRIUMPH When tho morn broko clour and tho sun rose bright And tho sou which had tossed through that terrible night On that rookbound shore Coasod to surgo and to swell in wavos mountain high eased to toss its foum aigrily up towards tho sky Ceased its horrlblo roar Thon sho stole from her cot with hor babo closely prossed Gainst her heart which had wildly tbrobbod in her breast Through tho woarisomo night And sho movod to tho cliffs which stood high and stoop And with wldostarkig eyos looked out on the docp In tho clear morning light Tlmt vast soa was as smooth as a lnko thats t rest Not u wave could bo scon uion Its broad broast As it rolled to tho land Yet it silently swept far up on the beach Every time it came up striving higher to roach Upon that bleak strand for a moment her ...

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. — 30 September 1887

M Wi m XX Rh AaVV HOT SOP kfc - Irfr rvf -- 4IPENCER COOrEU Editoii HAZEL CnEK KY ITiuday September 30 3887 Tltoro aro hundreds of men in this 401m ty who if selected to attend n po litical convention vrith llio possible chance of their own proferment would jump at tfte chance of going and pay their own way No ono will have the temerity to deny tliis yot is imruisaiblc to get one o this sumo hundred or any other man to attend a convention held for the pur pose of bringing prosperity to the people of our county nu a whole They aro self sacrificing of a littlo silver where Solf is tho result but where there is a chance to help a fellow mortal tuoy hold aloof It can not bo the pc nuriousnesd of these persona that causes this lack of pride and energy For charitys sake lot us say it is carelessness But whatever it maybe wo hopo there aro somo men in tho county who have prido enough to see Wolfe county repre sented at tho Industrial and Commercial Conference which commenced in Louis ville...

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. — 30 September 1887

m M in mriiBTOt rnrT1Tromrrni She a I fi imni BRALD Has a larger sircttlalion in the mountains oj Eastern Kentucky titan unv paper iti the StaM ami merchants and others wHiing o t - i i - i eaoii uwi luwiiiju STANDING ADViitTI KJIUiTS I inch 1 year 5 00 fnohc lyear 900 3 inches 1 yew 1200 1 iwhcR I year1500 6 imdies 1 vear 1750 0 inches 1 year 2000 ifsntinl rns on lflier advertisements local notices 6c a line with 5 per cunt off tbrloiig time fea Marriaeo and d cat o notices free tri butes of respect und obituaries 5 cents a line SST Ariiounecmcnfs or candidates for State or District offices 10 County otlices c3 Calls on persons to become candidates and their answcis 5 cents a line Payable Invariably in advance jjjjfNo name will be entered upon the Subscription Hook until paid for and all subbciiptions arc stopped at tion of time paid for nUiee of which Will be lndicafd by a cross mark X on the muigin i front of your name A prompt renewal onlv will insure its continuance bPKNVEB COO...

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. — 30 September 1887

PA w - S S K jr i A V S3 W ft1 M 4CLmj m smmmmm n jV5tvJJ V -- 4 fp9rr WJfySJ - WOMAN ManRognantin His Ronlm Woman Dominant in Hors fTemtn Exalted Upon ti Throne Higher Than ftll tho Thrones or Karth Dr TalniBgea Sermon Tnts Hamptons L - Womnns Op portuuity was tho subjoct by Rov T Do Witt Talmagc D D to day and hi text So God created man in His own Imago in tho imago of Ood created Ho him malo and female created Ho them Genosls i 27 Following is tho sormon in full In other words God who can mako no mado man and woman for a spe cific work and to movo in particular sphorcs nian to bo rognnnt in his realm woman to bo dominant in hers Tho boundary lino botween Italy nnd Switzer land between England and Scotland is not nioro thoroughly marked than this distinction botweon tho cmplro masculine and tho empire feminine So entirely dis similar aro tho Melds to which God called them that you can no moro comparo thorn than you can oxygen and hydrogen wator and grass trees nnd stars All this t...

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. — 30 September 1887

M I rn HOWE FARM AND GARDEN A good garden may not npposir to Tring in much money on the farm but It saves a great deal A school for wives is about to ho established in England the pupils of which will bo instructed to practical housewifery After your fruit shall bo off manure tho currant bushes trim off the super fluous branches and give the ground around them a thorough cleaning It is a good plan to keep your dif ferent kinds of pieces tape thread ote in separate bags then there is no time lost in looking for them Mothers Magazine Grits Bread Beat two eggs with one pint of sweet milk and a teaspoon of butter Add one teacup of grits and corn meal to make a batter Bake quickly Exchange It is to every farmers interest to improve his horses if ho wishes to make farming successful for poor crops and hard times do not have much effect on tho price of a good horse ho is salable at any time The various fruits and vegetables that grow in tho different soils and cli mates of the earth are ad...

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