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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

THE HOME OF BUFF AND DOUNCER UK quaint old city of Boston has many Interesting sights but a I i i f i lb h ANU LOt M 111 AT IMMfc I 113I Buff anil Bonn rr have I a bout nil their own It stands in i till Hilt square homely rity yard 1 which extends out to thtf tracks j You vrlll understand that with noise I I loot cindera and crumprd quariers I I these city CMM nee < l Millie componKitlun I fur that lack of freedom which their I country brothers enjoy Their mis irs Is no fond of thorn and so afraid I of losing them that they are oven dr II trlve l of the city cats rhlnf plosturo 1 batkftncn iinimenailM by rrawtn j of a Will netting stretching flat along the top of the fence KO that they can j not limb up As < an olatlon fur those privations the mtitrcwi of Buff and I Bouncer linn built them n house that j no carpenter need be ashamed of She I bouan TT an a oil of thdltrr for her I pctH when they wanted to Ito In the I yard In bad weather But onre bur i lingers anti tho hammer g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

THE CITIZEN 1I11144x1H1H111I1ifIII ± ± M + + + + 44 1 Eastern Kentucky News Hl f No correspondence published unless signed In lull by the writer The lAme 1 it not for publication but as an evidence of rood faith Write plainly + oI LHHIIIHHIIIIHHIHHHHHIIIH A FIGHT FOR OUR CHILDREN I f Hundreds of Children Sacrificed for Cornstalks and Money In many of our free schools some of tho pupils ure actually being kept out to pull fodder and help about sor ghum Tho children have only 100 days of school in the year This is hardly enough to give them the small est start in education The number of children who are growing up with out oven learning enough to read a newspaper or sing a song or calcu late the value of a load of bark is surprisingly large We appeal to all friends of chil dren to prevent them from losing any of these precious ono hundred days of schooling Parents must plan to npnro them during school time Tru tees must see that the houses are well warmed Teachers must call from house...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

II 1Deron Baron OoJ1cgot + MliHHIt iH irihiiiI iI JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher SxUntl at IV Port ofe at Sara Ay a eteoad low naUnalltr II + iI1i1 iiiii1IIiHH + II THE CITIZEN Shoes and Hals are all complete in fact we are crowd i ed in those linoa and we are willing to exchange for space If you need something in these lines dout fail to see us before making your choice Jinesi Any purchase from us moans you will send your neighbors and friends to see us that they too i may learn to be wise and buy where thny can secure the best goods for the least money moneys LACKEY 4 HAMILTON I I CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY iCORNER A MAN to lie well dressed must select his col lars cuffs neckwear shirts hosiery I underwear hats and MENSFURNISHINGS I FURNISHINGS FURNISHINGSin in general with great care Select them from our stock and you will make no mistake We see to it that our store contains nothing but what is up to date and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS arriving daily We ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

U r p THE BOOTBLACKS STORY Trriililr 1wreilgmnodIrlu11uuNSuf rerrd Iuu of IIIlaoe of the tinlniMi CclLp from the office oce evening last I week we wtre stopped on the second lkxr 1or the building hj a wan faeed sad eyrd boy lie says hes 17 but In size he doesnt look It hy a half dozen years lie hadnt had enough to eat since he came into the world Hunger Is a law or his life Despair peeps from his had little eyes and premature sorrow has been cut into the cheeks which God Intended should bloom with roses of youthful joy But Joy Is a stranger to this youngster He lives In hell the hell created by n drunlen father He was cursed before be war horn and the saloon did It Let me give you a shine for mothers Fake he said The appeallns tone in whlih he spoke mast have stormed the > heart of God It w more than an ap pea It was a live t il of prayer from off trio white altar of to Eternal A his slender lilt hand moved swift ly to and fro across the shoe he said Say cant I hardle a brush Mis...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

THE CITIZENi t t q u 1 The Home JENNIE tESTKR HILL Editor + IH1I1 + 11H LIGHTING and LAMPS Several things nro to bo observed In considoring artificial light the most Important being to avoid uuduo vit r lutiou and heating of tbo air and tho obtaining of a strong and steady light The electric light is tho only light that Is not a groat tax on the ventilation of a room for all burning Ii usoa up oxygon and produces carbonio acid gas It is estimated that ono korosino lamp uses up as much air ns I four people In selecting a burner ono should be bought which will make combustion orI I combustion depends largely on Buffic lent access of air to the wick To obtain perfect combustion I would advise the use of a round wick with au air spaco both inside and out side This can ba found in tho Ar gand burner or student lamp In a good burner the air enters freely at tho base so should never bo allowed to lx clogged The nearer the greater amount of light la approached tho more perfect I H the combu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

ITHE CITIZEN 1tJAMES M RACER Publltfccr BEREA KENTUCI THE DEAD PAST Why tit and flcli Or thlnps that were Lets look with new fond hope ahead Tls foollvh to exact a rose To grow upon the burn thus dead ITo let us put regret away And fate all future winds that blow J We cant start III the furnace with The coal we burned a year ago The mother of the whooping boy 1Can never be a gentle maid Back where the balmy brtci blew k Am heroes through her vision playrd r Alan Why will the rndly fifth I sighI her woe Vfv cant tart up the turner with The lofll we burned a year ago a Why sit In sorrow looking back At thing that might have been or fret Ercauxe of rrevlou things that were Theyre only happy who forget The past Is gone twill neer return The withered roe no more may blow We cant Mart up the furnace with I The coal we burned n year ago 8 K Itr In Chicago RecordHerald II 1 A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Atlbor sl A Ha > l Arm Tae SD I a Tcrj tiC Ccprrigbt itfi ij 1 A JJrpiD...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

HALF A CENTURY OLD w lilioilr Ilniul ioutr dla lees Iles ret of a l liodr Inland Farm fur Bl Venn Prixllla IB A goose mid dies proud rt lIe fuel and takes great delight In IKT ine More than halt H century old IIhl la tho properly of Thomaii 1L liuwiit of Fatter R I who marked her filtyflrl birthday not long ago wllh a nnliiue entertainment Fifty ODD guests were iirewnt The r < frenh ircntn wore Irown pudding In the khape of 1rUcllIa little candy Rasa and KoxlliiM of angel rake IrUcllln lrullnJ niunnd from guest to flIes itrclilu her neck Inquisitively In 1W2 Irlacllla wan born Her hatchday in vrtRhllxhcd beyond din puts for the burst her ihell on the tamc day that a baby girl arrived In tho Drownp family Irlsrllla was hatched when genre were Rood proper ty Mho WAil one of u brood of three the others being a goose and a gander brought Into the world beneath the warm scathes of a hm The three be UOtBt oUT Y12AHB ILl I came known ai Aunt Sanibii rade rrre the aujtctlvo Indlratlnic t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

I 1 THE CITIZEN II + IHOH + H HH IH + IHH fH I fIHOH i Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IrI h I IhdII1hdiI hdiih III I I I I iiIhd M Perfect fall weather I i A F Ileusey again filled the pul f pit at the Second church last Sunday Mr and Mrs M L Spink left Monday for their home in Chandler i ville Ill 0 r Oggs new house on Center t ISt is beginning to take on a finished IO 4R H Einbreo Shoots will remain in Canada this winter in charge of a mining camp Miss Alva S Early of Louisville Ky is a guest of her sister Mrs e Mrst t Howard Switzer this week Miss Bessie Armstrong daughter of J C Armstrong and a Mr Gilbert eloped and were married last week Rock was crushed for the pike nil day Tuesday the movable steam crusher owned by the county doing the work The amount of building in Berea does not seem to slacken summer or winter and is as good a sign of the towns progress as could be had MissMay Hopper has returned to her home in Madisonville 0 after a 1 months visit h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

rChair and Broomstick Tricks I sO OMK Interesting chair and broom I stick trick were described In a re cent number of the American flay which we reproduce in part with accom Vtnylng diagrams No 4 shows an Interesting trial of the accuracy of tho eye Place a chair alone Ilt end 01 a room and then let tome one walk rapidly towards thechairhls right arm hed stiffly In front of him As he jiagsee the chair ho will attempt to snap off a cork balanced on the back of the chair Nino people oul of ten will map al lead an Inch to high Tho way to sue c < td In hilling tho cork III to quietly get clone enough to the chair to make a mental note of the exact button wrinkle or team In your clothing which la exactly tut a level with the cork It Is Dm an 1111 y matter to hold your hand at just tho right height as you approach the KirkDiagram Diagram throe shows an experiment In which tho feminine sex easily oulclauM all maicullne rival I have never known MOUSE RUNNING TIIRKAUMILJ formllne for tho ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 October 1903

THE CITIZENt J p 1 1 tKMHKHMHH Eastern Kentucky News l I M No correspondence publiibeO unlell dined in full by the writer The name 1 Is Dot for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plainly I c I jLJJ1fJ11 LJJ1fJ11 11aII f fJtLtLLtL11LLLL LEE COUNTY WILLOW SCHOOL The school hero is progrossing fino ly under the supervision ot E B Trendway The Conveyor a contriv ance built by Spotswood C Son to t carry lumber across tho river is com pleted and is the only construction of 1 its kind It is a novelty to SeA it in operation Elex Stevens was shot and killed on Saturday night of last week Dan Rador is his alleged sltyerW A Holcomb visited here on Saturday of last weokW F McGuire was in Louisville last week buying goodsO M Powell is hay i ing a fine trade at his store hero ingArthur Arthur Adams and wife wore recent visitors beroIt is rumored that W f P Treadway will present his mother I with daughterinlaw as a Christmas present OWSLEY COUNTY A friend of the CITIZEN recently tr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

+ + I1I1IIII + IIII + III + + IIj JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Rntrrtd at tht rotfflft ai tttrta Ay tit usual tinu + naf14tttr + I11I11ISIiIItSI I I THE CITIZEN I lltVOL 1 V A Family Jnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 2J 1903 Ono dollar a year NO H1I G IDEAS Thn right to voto is u sacred trunt lrUHtf rI bwtt judgment for thu good of the I StatoTho wickedniBH of Inlying or Hull hug Qits Is HOinuwhiil meummd bj I the heavy peimlitioH which tho law provides s f TAKE NOTICE oI + HHIHHHHKHXMI Election Nov 3 1903 j Not lightly fill 1 Beyond recall j The ballots which a breath can v loall The crowning fact 1The 1 1 The klnglleit act Of Freedom ti the freeman vote f 1 + tttiI I + I + IIIIIIIII FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mm Inttl tho great singer has sailed from Liverpool for Now York A plot to kill tho Kusfliaii Consul nt Uiikub Turkey wan diwcovorod and thwarted thwartedAB I AB tho roflultof a revolt ngniiiHt n now cattlotax In Arnbin ono tllOI1l lld Turks wore killed...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

SAVED BY PRAYER < B fln YiMiiitt Inn AVn liriil from Ylrlilliiu to Trniplittloii In a Cireil < Icy Good by Harry renumber that mamma will always pray for your bifcty bifctyThee were the last words Hurry heard as he went out of the rate toward the railroad station to take the train for New York The words kept ringing In his tars as the train passed rapldlly out of the village and new scenes came to his view At the station In New York city his uncle was waking for him In a few days Harry was at work In the new grandstore of his uncle There he became acquainted with young men of his own age who seemed friendly In vited him to Join In their excursion par ties In the evening and vlzlt them it their homes Before the first week was ended he had visited three of the boys of the city and taken a trip over to Jersey City where several other boys took a trip on their bicycles Harry had brought his wheel with him and enjoyed the trip over the new country very m licit tuucnAfter After they...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

I THE CITIZEN 7 I u I 4HHIHIHJH HHHHj JThe lIIIIl JBNNIB LESTER HILL Editor C i 1i IHHWIHHHH WHWH I AN ORIGINAL COOK BOOK II havo a cook hook which in th o E apple of my eye tho ndiniration of my feminine frieudH anti an object of amusing iutotiHt to tho fow gentle men who are permitted to look nt it Because I owo It nearly nil to tho I pages of thin pnpor I think it onlII fair to give credit whero it belongs For years I hnvo saved recipes from IItbo good cook department Getting II possession ornil old horticultural r Bocioty report tastefully houndand of handy size I glued n strip of bright colored cloth on tho back to tilde tho lettering Then with a sharp knife I cut out groups of threo loaves at inI torvials about ovory fourth leaf bay ing a margin of half an inch On the first fly leaf I copied tho oft quoted vpreoWe We may llvr without pa try mink and art Wo mar live without roiwlrnn and live wllli nut brad WelP jllTe llhonUrlcnJ wo may live Mill out boots Hut cltlllKil man au n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publitbtr BEREA KENTUCKY A MODEL MAN A model man he seems to K 1vo noticed him quite often and Thats Just how hI Imprctsts me I think his style Is elmply Brand Me neither drink ncr snrar nOl vmokcf Was never known to mnVr a Nt Or tell those questionable jokrm As do tome people I have met He always wears the tame sweet smile A frown has never marred his face r have obrervrd him quite awhile And never knew him oT his base from most men Ive ever known Some ugly language I hate heard Hut temper he nan never shown lie never rays an angry word tics pretty as a picture too Complexion rosy fresh and clear Such eyelashes you mklom view What ladles call a perfect dear Ills cloths are of the latest cut ties comnxj II faut from toe to toy It is n pity he is but A dummy In n tailors hop Chicago Dally News I11III A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD AaII01IA HDI Ami The SD of > Tory Etc rJieh 1101 by J It Lirpiecott c All right ie eite < CHAPTJU ix IN THE OK...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

HANDY FRUIT PICKER Far Orrnklniinl fur II Cnii DP llrrom luonileil Iliil II Itorxtl lu ItoI l The cut Is engraved partly from a with model of the hook part sent tin r by n orroHiKindent It consists of a irongul wire hook with small open iDOUlhrd bag beneath both attached a lo n long handle or pole Its method iff lIeo Is shown In the rut It has long tun in Hranlonal use and Is kept OIKIliiKNCY Kill IT IKKKH on halo except the handle at most large hardware nlorin 1111 prlnclpu uvn U for picking k few verytine Ex < cIm II not olhtTWIii ucvetlbe ex perpt by slinking mid too valuable 10 ilmko und bruise We hate long had une but wo ldolllII It The humai hand < an r1 nearly all upeclmeiv from a well waile and Nklllfully set ladder All of our picking lidden mne eradually in n point at the top and can bo run anywhere through u Iroo or be set In quite n small crotch If tho ladder U set vary nearly plumb the pre < iuro iiixin the crotch or llmli tot very slight and thn human hand Oiot...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

THE CITIZEN c n j H HH + H + I I I lI H + H + IHIlIIHIIH t 1 Berea and Vicinity I i y GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J JI I II 111 lA 1 11 1 IFI or IIr D N Welch of Berea was la I this city Sunday Richmond Panta I graph I Dr L A Davis id all smiles over the arrival at his home on Tuesday I evening of a 9J pound boy The voting place for the voters in the Berea precinct Tuesday will be the public school building Lewis Tatum of Albany Mo is visiting his brother W J Tatum He will remain here two weeks Berea sent quite a delegation of voters to Richmond yesterday to i hear Hon John W Yerkes speak Mrs S C Lewis of the west end is still thought to be improving slowly She has been ill about four months Mr Samuel Hanson and Attorney Chas Hanson of Berea were in this city Monday Jtichmond Pasta graph Mrs M S Owen superintendent of the Berea hospital returned yester day from a visit of several days in ChicagoRev Rev G W Shepherd of Cleveland Mies has been called to the pastorate of the Bap...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

GRANDMAS A HOUSEM I Hrj upjihr trkIh eaicl0lork Tlf irnin uci north HI ovn nt < uk + Ant hn weir IIITa Jolly Hook II I or arxtulmni haute In tin country Thifrn milk to nklm and crrnm 10 churn Tftirrrt lay to cut and rakr end turn Antl bron our Imiidn nnd titer4 hum At UraiMiinnH house In tlr Country There center bubbling rlntr and root And npfcklid trout In the uluul tool And cwt ear thought nl hook or iwhool At UrandmiT house In the country And when It ruin nnd okl < > MT nn y 111n f a big old utllr mud for play Thn > arc fooklf r rrlip with caraway Ai UrnnJmaM hours In the count r > I Fb < my IK Jill lirlinfu1 sf Joys Wlir n Grandpa soy s Tut tut hews trots > Vh > arnodm1 mfrs Ito > s will b tit ij At Udllll house In the counny If you nill KO Just one with m Im run youll erry nnexRree T tbr only vlart In this world lo be At DrandmnM house In Ihf iounir > Ube K lien In liood llourke > lnc FIGURES IN DIRECTORY linn n IhIM > nnir intnr In llr In rt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1903

oTHE CITIZEN I 5HHKHH IIIIH HHHHIHI + IIHHHHHHI i1HHIIH i I Eastern Kentucky News t f + No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The fume I t Is not for publication but AI in evidence of coed faith Write plainly t 4 + 1 + + t1ItItI1I HHt + HIIt + IIHII + 1 + JACKSON COUNTY J M Abrams near Morrill P 0 vlu has been sick for fire weeks with stomach trouble is slowly improving Green McCullom the son of Wm McCulloin near McKee had both legs broken and his back injured last Wednesday by a log rolling on him Drs Amyx and Hayes of McKee were calledWill Ramsay wife and five children of Richmond Ky ar rived Wednesday evening last for a two weeks visit with Mr Ramsays parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ramsay of near Gray HawkCourt was held in the 2nd Mag district at Annville Thursday Squire Creech presiding I Tho case brought by Joe Shelton against E H Hall for attempt to shoo came up for trial but was dis missed without prejudice The case of E H Hall against the Shelton family t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

IIII + HW4HHHHHH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher fnltffrf at the Podeflct at Btrta Ay at second i clou madmatter r IIHII + HII I + F + sIt THE CITIZEN + + + t + I H The Citizen until V Ian J J905 for J t < I I ItVOL 201 I j VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER G 1903 One dollar a year NO 20 fIDEAS ll Character H tho only portnnnout capital lu buniiiwH lie who IB occupied 11 armed against telUptationt t J Every nmn for himself is suro to menu the devil for us M Jiams I HorniKiiornnco Ignorance Is no oxcuso for indilTor encl TAKE NOTICE A Farmora aud HouBokeeporn In htituto will bo hold Saturday Nov 7 at the Boron Tabernacle Soo pro > I gram in anothor column Dr Goo A Mubboll of Brooklyn N yo will lecture at tho Talwrnaclo Saturday night at 7 oclock on Tim Man for tho Twentieth Century Admission 2T c Tin popularity of the columns or Tai CITIZEN for want ads lion deter mined tin to start a clnsmfitvl want I tPllnNI column column 3 page ft W...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

r IMrtwtaor 1 i I L TOY LOVERS ADDRESS TO BELOVED ii Whliky bottle how I toYP thc Der delight beyond compare Thou to heights or btlg doth lift me s move the inlets of tnrtMy care Let me clnsp thy torn + Tiniftrlc Let me touch thy lip ilvlnc Whence there Mown uroirn subtle Soft t xiul ltt rich and tine In H draught pf Joy ecstatic Let me drain thy nwttmeM deep Tho ta all the world oblivious i 1 will lay me down to steel > tiOh the visions of reftly sailing Down full streams of fragrant wine Unto tliorelenf neat of whisky Smooth and soft and oily fine Would I faun my book my treaiurr Pah u ucrince too tame For thy company Id barter Health and wealth and rlMidn and fame Ilenrti forsooth were miide for breakIng Why not break them sweet for thee Gold nnd silver made for spending Why not spend thun merrily 1 le for hcultli when Death doth beckon With his cold and bony Iinnd Toward the darkromc lonely vnller Tawurd the rivere chilly strand W I will pledge him In a bumper Thou and I my w...

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