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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

Ar LJ 1 7j f ro tf T Ii 0 THE CITIZEN I THE SCHOOL TilE CITIZEN promised to give some recitations and songs for school exhi I bitions ami below wo give the second installment rkk A 1 1 An Old Fa > ori1e i 1Ij T A By Samuel WISH T TT Refers II f < INK be n cot beside the iilll A beehive hum Hluill soothe my car A wlllowjr brook thnt turns n mill With ninny n full shall linger near The awnllow oft boncntli my thatch Hlmll twlttrr from her clnyliullt nest Ott shall the tillKrlin lift the latch IIAnt share my uioal n welcome guest Around my Jvlwl porch shall Bprlnj Each frnKmnt lower that drinks the dew t And Lucy at her wheel shall fling In russot grown nnd npron blue The village church among the trees When first our nnirrliiKi TOWS were given With merry pens shill swell the breeze And mint with taper spire to heaven I i I H 1 4 Jack and Jill KnilUh nJ AllEnribh I L Jack and Jill sent nn the bill To fetch a pall of water I 2 Up Jack got sod home did trot At fast u he could ca per...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

4 1 v t I THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher DEUBA T KENTUCKY BEREFT I passed the window where she used t sit With quickened step I knew ehe war not there This was the time her lamp was always lit And she eat busy with her needles care For those she loved and oft by happy I chance She would look dawn and give me a cheery glance t I ouch busy handel Such tender loirir heart Thnt made of service crown and lurpl ness I Her sunny Glance helped me to do ray partI I With more desire to lighten and bless I Those the dear Father elves Into my I care With whom the Joys and Briefs of life I share All undisturbed by anxious fear or care Her faithful love Elves holy service yet The Heaven that holds her we shall lone to share In Its clear light O Heavenly Father let Our love tor her In Its deep truth appear Unstained by all its telflsh blemish here But nht the vanished hand the sweet ntlllod voice For us the bitter loss for her the Bln1 In all her peace and rent I would rejoice Cut as I noniew...

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

w I 1 WINTER BEE FEEDING A ftlmplr Ilnlr UN4I Jnr Device WMrh IM UTU Vied KurrrtifBll t far Ynr > hISCion1t left on the summer stands iMjulre anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds i > f rood food for successful wintering A little In excess of this amount will do no harm but on the contrary will Urn ulate the colony In building up farter Ii I hi following spring If one ban on hand MMiie tenkd rombs of honey a few of them ran be distributed among the light colonies but In the absence of tbue I t will be necessary to feed liquid honey or u ilrup mode of sugar and water Do 7 rcrtBV KOH DEFog tot think o WIng anything but the very test rraniiated sugar It the feeding ran be tiltndtd to while the weather Is SI Mill warm the sirup need not be quite co IhlM tay about two pounds of sugar to one pint of water which will make three I oundH ol tlrup If feeding Is deferred until cool weather has tti In the sirup will of neruilly have to br of a tome what thicker consistency for the bees will not b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

f r k f I I A THE CITIZEN > 1 t 9 IHERRICK ELECTED RERRIOKELECTEDIEntire Entire Democratic State Ticket Is Defeated f I LEGISLATURE IS REPUBLICAN I J Official Returns Will Likely Make the I Plurality Over 100000 I SENATOR HANNAS ELECTION SURE Tidal Wave Swept Over the Buckeye z State For Republican Adherents t Carrying Herrlck and Kntlre 1 I Ticket to Victory With Al most an Unprecedented f I Plurality Ileeleo e I I I tton of Senator Hanna T r ° q Columbus 0 Nov tThe Repub licans broko their record In Ohio In pluralities for governor by electing Colonel Myron T Herrick Rep over Mayor Tom L Johnson Dam by con siderably over 100000 The plurality on joint ballot of over 100 In tho legis lature for the reelection of Senator Hanna more than double any previous record Senator Foraker bad a rec rord breaking majority of 35 on joint 1 ballot for his roelectlon two years ago and that for Hanna this year Is three times that majority Hanna suc ceeded John Sherman In the senato I March 5 189...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

4 DO r + 4 O SECRET OF HAPPINESS Are you almost disgusted with life little wan T I wilt tell you a wonderful trick trickt t That will bring you contentment If any 1 thine can Do aumethliiK tor somebody quick ire you awfully tired with play little ctrlT Weary dliicournicrd und lrk1 Ill tell you the lovollettKinnr In the world Iulekj Though It rains like the rain of the Hood little man And the cloud nre forliMiilnr mill thick r You can make nil aun ihlne In your soul 1 little man Do lomrthltiK for somebody quick Though the skies are like brass overhead little girl And the road like a wellheated brick And nil earthly uflalr In a terrible wnlrl Do ftomethln for taraebody quick N V News M THE LIFELIKE BIRD I i A rhnrmlna lllllf Tor Whirl Is tCII yin le nnil AITiiril tuu I Iderble Ainiiarinrul You have probably seen some or tlicie well balanard bird In the toy shop You can make ono rosily If you follow these directions The drum Ii made of two clr I cular piece of cardboard ai large as the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1903

V c zzrI 1 1 II THE CITIZEN II HHH kH HH r r Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pabttihcd ntleti signed In fllll by the writer The Dame ti not for publication but a in evidence of good fAIth Write pUlnly I 11 + 11 + 111 I In 111 I I I II I Irl I I r I II I I 111 II 1 1 I 110 HHHHH ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I I BOONE Tuesday is election day Let every IfI body vote for Belknap We have been having some nice weather for igathering corn Eddie McGuire and family who moved to the Indian Ter I ritory last January returned last IWednesday There is no place like 1 KentuckyMr Henry HamblinJr t spent Sunday evening with Rev J W Lambert Mr John Scroggins i our school teacher dismissed school until Wednesday to go home and voteMrs Etla Lambert of this place visited her sick father Esq J M Reynolds Saturday and Sunday 1lIe is still very low with fever JH o Lambert went to Berea on business last weekMrs Pattie Montgomery Montgomeryt a chicken scratch Hurrahl for Bel knap and THE CITIZEN MASON COUNTY M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

I d1Ifl1Ii11II11111I111Ir1iJ JAMES MILTON RACER 11 Ii I Editor and Publliher J Bnlfrnf at the JVMofU at Jltrra Ay lu Iteomt data mailmnlttr illlIIIrIIIIIIIlh THE CITIZEN JIVOL 1A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 1903 Ono dollar a year NO 21 I IDEAS I livery dyed JH n aced 1 Kiwlnfm U thu iimnler kuv to nil henrtHThose tl Those IhiiiKH nro not worth tkokiuf thnt nro not worth kiHtpintf A Kood punh will scaro the devil I more thin H whole lot of preaching TAKE NOTICE Next Sunday nt 11 A > i Nov A K ThouiHOii nt the 1nrinh HOUHO will prcnch H hurmoii on iniHHioiiN I Thu occasion will bo umxl to secure u large oollectloD for thA pitrpono of I helping in thu Hupport of Miss Hnlliu Fee Kmbreu HorcnH misnionary in IIHouth America U in hoped that con i tributlonH and plinleH to the nmount I of onu hundred dollars maybe wcurod for this mottt worthy object FROM THE WIDE WORLD Signor Itouino the now Italian Min Inter of Finance committed suicide Two German war...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

THE CITIZEN I JAMES M RACER Publtehtr BEREA KENTUCKY 1 RIOING A LA MODE I Wlirn Lady Deity toK the air t In old tlme London town They tucked her In a QuUUd ehfr Stir pompadour and gown And swinging on Its cldd stat es In liken pomp and prldo I Betwixt two eturOy IrvvrHd irnesw Xy lady had her rtdt lArrott the scar her dantfhtiT went Mid minded Ooubts and fears i And In Virginia she spent k Some fifty happy years Cut when she rode with bow and mile Along Colonial ways rr NAP In a coach of manrve style Ik hind two ambling bays i Sn turn her daughter left the nest The chronicler aver And out Into the rugged West A husband fared with her Now racing vale and mountain oer The < launtlen pair we find Together JOBEtnK he lfore Ehe pllllonpercheU behind Today her dauphtari daughter need Not conch nor hone nor man she hath no use Tor ambling ttud Nor pillion nor sedan But or the pave the mpotbJr glide With whirl fit tllent wheel > K here and there the deftly guides Her nimble fwlft mobi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

11THE CITIZEN 7 I ITHE SCHOOL TUG CITIZEN promised to give Homo recitations and bongs for school oxhi I thitlo ls and bolow wo give the third installment or k e view the alar own heavens and say noils work In Infinite and pay t Adoring homage lljr thlll sign We claim our heritage divine For weare WI not born to cin llli wide domain hli wondrous planT Wo are the children of his care For UI he made this world BO fair lie cave us mind he cave us heart Ior what If not to do our part ti Our little meanuro of ha will V Ho Rood to know and to fultlll For each hla work the earth goes round I One build a boat one tllla the Kround One sown n need one finds a slur One seeks new continents afar I One diva for precious item and ore One mukri n compass and one more Dlncovcrs gravitations lawij One arrka of rain and dew the came IOne studies flower one studies erred One seek la know the worlds great need I One writes a book one preaches well One docs n kindness Who can tell 1111i I In Uixls great ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

< i if THE CITIZEN 1 c JAMES M RACER Publisher iBEREA KENTUCKY 1 1 ii THE SCIENTIFIC It 1 LOVER = co ii I J By EARL MARBLE 1I J SUI j + Ooi > jrtiht IM3 by Dtllr Story ILb Cal k Jib1S dear I am much interested I interestedI i c periment of regulating the progress of I love by science thus eliminating the vagaries of undirected or misdirected klpassion I think that nearly all the t k misery of the world Is generated by false ideas of love and marriage Men and women are of a higher order than the animal creation and should not let f the animal instinct decide their des t tinies T tiniesSo spoke Otto Henderson to Ella r Jlorehouse as they sat on the porch of the Ittters home He had taken her hand In his in a quiet mittcrotfact way and she allowed him to retain It tJand for several moments her hand lay passively in his Probably the mutual f feeling was as near platonlc as ever Is experienced In this world Certain t ly there was nothing like the Intensity of feeling usually experie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

MOTHERS MOTTO t aloe you a motto my tltte child To lake will you nryhtre Into the play world Into the rut worlt Into the world ot care w > fNot the thing I like to do Hut thu thing thai art right to to Not everylhliiK tlmt I runt lo do Uut whatever I Dueht to du Tills It the way to be good and great aruthl Thl tx the liruullful bleed way That will make you glad at the end ot the ay Not the things I like to do Hut the ihlnRi that are right to do Not everything that I wnnl to do Hut whatever I ought to do Brace C Llttlen M In Clirlstlan need ier n HOW THE WORLD LAUGHS American mill IZnallilimrn finally Are rnrrlrBlnrU In the ii Irlu at Mrrrlnirnl Ugh mentality Is shown In a laugh There are savages In Afrlra who never laugh they grin that Is all and this lack of the quality of laughter Is a ftymptom of their low mentality Tho Chinaman has no hearty bunts of laughter He titters cynically titters over the misfortune of an enemy or the frllmlI He cannot give utterance to a hearty laugh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

THE CITIZEN I ffilHHIWHIIlIHHH + I I I I 1 11 I I I H 11 + 1 I I H 311t IHH tBerea and Vicinity i fL GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HJ + 4II1IiIIiI l 1 1 1 i1H1 Mike Reynolds and wife of Hamil ton O were hero last week on Halllill If you have anything for rent make it known through the classified ad I column of THE CITIZEN Stanley Frost came Saturday for a short vacation Stanley now has a lucrative position as reporter on the I New York Times James A Todd who bought the W P Anderson farm on White Lick t I Garrard county some six weeks ago paying for it SSGOO has just sold it to I Adrian Metcalf for 9500 The lecture by Dr Geo A Hubbell Saturday night was well attended and highly praised The receipts about z1O will be sent to South America for the support of Bereaa I missionary Miss Hallie Embree Mrs J W Stephens who has been I seriously ill with ear trouble for over two weeks is now improving It was t at first feared that her hearing would r be permanently affected but it is now ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

I I I > THE BROWNLOW BILL Uuari UBitmtii ut Corrrniiirnt Vrll Guard ril nut n 1nlrnt blerntelrtu Ltirul Afllou lie objection tbat baa berg urge I a alimj thl appropriation of money by the tiovcrnnieut to aid In road buI din g Is that the members of conjUMs would rtiKKf in such turmoil and unheeinly utrlfca an ne now witnessed In tecurlng Mproprlatlone tor rivers and harbor This could not bo the case under tbe Urownlow hlll for It provides that no state shall ncel In aid of road con trucllon oil of any mousy appropri ated for tint purpose a water propor lion of the total amount appropriated than MM iioiulatlon brats to the total population cf the United State Tall luntrote If 120000000 should be appro jiroprlatnl Vjutnchuiett would rfcelve approximately 735000 Alabama 497 CII Tennuer 524000 Michigan fCMOOO and Maryland 311000 However much work may be done by ether of thc lIe states It could not re ceive more than Its proportion of the mount appropriated Nor could any community lu ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 November 1903

I I 5THE CITIZEN I I iH t Eastern I1 Kentucky HHHKK IIlIll tI I tNo cone pendente pnbliibcd unless signed In lull by the writer The name 1 li not for publication but at aa erldenct cf food faith Write pWnlyI frI pWnlyt i 1HHIIMM 1 It I I 1 I I I 1 1 1 I I II I 11 111 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I H I I H H LEE COUNTY WILLOW SHOAL The election at this place was a lively oneLot Mays was killed last Monday night Nov 2 at Beattyville by a negro The negro claimed to have done it accidentallyW P Treadway left this place IMt week for his home in Owsley CountyScott McGuire and wife and Arthur Adams i and wife visited the school at this I place recently Spottswoods sawmill was burned one night recently The lore is estimated at f 12000 but he is making preparations to put up another very soonB 0 Treadway visited here last week accompanied by H F McHaffeyMADISON MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Mr Green H Gabbard and wife I nee Miss Olga Warner of Clusterland Ohio who were married Nov 2nd are it the guests of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

IIIIHHHHIIIH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor Iftd Publisher mint at the Posto Qkc at Serea Ay 01 leeonrf ebui mat mautr rHHHHHHIHHHH + 1 I 1 I oneJu Library r THE CITIZEN II VOL V A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER JU 1903 One dollar a year NO 22 i TAKE NOTICE Winter Term liesniK Wrdnor dny Dccrtnlicr HI Tho College holds TliankflgivinK service iu the Tabernacle nt 10 A M preaching followed by prniso meet IlIgand Invitee everybody to attend and participate Lot everyone who ill not ungrateful bo there Tho Meuit Industrial Building will bo opened by public exercises Friday night Doc 4 and Saturday morning All are invited to attend thono oxer ciao and look nt this iinmouee build lug and its fine outfit of machinery FROM THE WIDE WORLD The United State Bballlotihip Maine arrived at Colon IttthmuB of Panama also tho U S cruiser Mayflower King Christian Denmark celebrat 11lnK fortieth anniversary of his ac cession to tho throne on Saturday The third annual report of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publltber DEREA KENTUCKY WHEN THE CROPS ARE IN Theut a kind of happy feelln creeps down in a feller when lies got his punklns gathered and tM liaymown full agen Theres hope In all the breezes th 4 ue blowin from the hill And you git to kind of thlnkln God Is up there somewhere etll What a purty elpht the wheat Is as Its riled up In the bln1 Oh its good to be a farmer when the crop are In Its lively In the city and Its very quiet here There the hurry nnd the racket keep agoln all the year There most every days excltln and they keep it up at night Every way a person gazes there Is some uncommon sight And I apOe its never lonesome llvln round the haunts of stn But tho city people never have their crops all in Theres many a day of Icllln and theres many an nche and pain And theres lots and lots of frettln at the dryness or the rain Theres the weeds and worms and Insects that the farmer has to fight But the good Lord doesnt often fall to pull > m through all ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

M II tsf 1 i ll 4 1 THE CITIZEN SCHOOLI r THE CITIZEN promised to give some recitations and songs for school exhi bitions and below wo give the fourth installment IHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIH + HHIIIIHIHIHHHIHI + H An Old Favorite HIH + HI + HI + HHII + I + HHII + I + HHHII + H SONG OF THE NEGRO BOATMEN By John G Whittler t irQ K jiralso on tunlul Do Lord tin coma To Id tie people tree An miiniui link It tiny ob doom JulJlICtDo De Uirtl Uat heap do Hod sea Jwnve Ho jui IIH IronIC nil den llu My do word we lag night slave Today de lorllI fretmen I > 0 yam will crow do cotton blow Neil hub do rice un rorn O nebbvr you fear If nulibcr you htnr De driver blow hla norm Ole maRMi on he tntbbvls gone Ho lent do land behind Da 1oriln brcft blow him furder on Uk Corn ahuck In de wind plowV We own de hands iUt hold We dell dt pig we sell de cow Hut llfbber drill be void Dti yam will grow de cotton blow Well hob dn rice an corn cornE you hear De driver blow hip horn 4IItlltIIrtIIItftI We pray do Lord...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

1 THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher OEREA KENTUCKY Aunt Sarahs J Wi11CYRUS l CYRUS B5B1CK30N l A ANT SAKAH SNOWDEN hud ANi married and u furthermore > u she had always been a burden un nor relatives That Is to say she had worked about twice as hard as any paid hand for her board and clothes I and was still at It when she was CO years old She was called Aunt as a term of derldlon and as she was Irascible and sourtempered her life was not over burdened with sunny days At 50 she was expecting nothing but to drudge along for the rest of her dar and be known as a poor relation when a most unexpected event happened At 30 years of age Awnt Sarah had almost been engmgedHo an old bacfce lor She had been so near to It that he had seen her home from Church on several occasions and sat up with her In the evening She had also ac companied him to a circus and a camp meeting and a marriage might have resulted had they not fallen Into a dis pute over some trifling matter Both were sot In their...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

MArI THE SAND MAN I know a man With face of tan nut who In ever kind Whom girls and boys heave giuntf and toys 0 toysIachetentlde When day grows dim They watch for Mm Ih comes to place his claim lie weirs the crown Of reaming town The Sand ylan U hi natn When Aparklln eyes Droop sleepy wipe And busy llpt grow dumb When little lieaifs Nod toward the beds betsN coma JOIINNV BIRAKS ne SandMan hes n Jolly old fellow His face li kind his voice It mellow Hut he make your yalld as havy AI lead And thin you got to go off 10 bad I dont think I Ilk tlio SandMan 13I I k does make a fellow M tlrrd to plat platOh On my Im 1Ianlne right here before ma Im the sleeplfit Mlow that ever you saw I think I do Ilk thn SandMan Paul U punbar In fhlrngo Dally Nt ws EDUCATED OYSTERS fihonli for IHtHltr Arc XnlnlMlnril by Many IInMrrn Wlii > 1r > nlr 101F Drnlrr In Dili A school for oyatrrs nld ti Phil adelphia denier In flab U nn ln tltu tlon that you would awpjr could not exlif for oysteri arc notori...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

THE CITIZEN e FIRED FATAL SHOT McDonald II SaId to Hare Dared Furlong to Fire St Joseph Mo Nov 1C Irving McDonald n young business man anil wealthy was shot and killed by J F Furlong a traveling man whose home Is given by him as at 2332 How nrd street St Louis Furlong says his act was In sclf defense as he was assaulted by four meu and shot only when ho believed his life to be In danger When arrested ho had arc volver In his pocket one chamber was empty William n Lynch a tray cling man from Cleveland 0 a memo ber of the party was detained at po lice headquarters for two hours but was finally released In company with Mrs Lester My rick and Grace Holt of Tho Cover nors Son company and several other friends Furlong and McDonald went to an Edmond street cafe after the performance of Tho Governors Son They are said to havo been drinking freely The party left the cafe and accord ing to the police words passed be tween the two and Furlong drew a revolver Placing the weapon against McDonald...

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