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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

PORTABLE HOt HOUSE 1 jrirflilliiii itf Orrhurit Qoarlrr fur Snlnr In Uii > HI Ilir luwntu rltiillurnl CullrKr Where Kvln nrn kept In an orchard br in fields nt sumo distance from their irillnary iioarlrni temporary sleeping iccominodailnn whim wji also net IH b Blikltrr during uionny or WIt wcnth r biTonrit very doalrable There nre icvcrnl furl of portable liontwra Of Uicsu ono of the best II the ono dn icrlbrd liflv which Is In uw at tho MODII IOKTMILK r llOfBK I Iowa RKrlrulitirnl coilcicr Tlw HtuK I traders nlvtn a RWH Idea of Its appear anCf1 Ilofrsnor Purlin tree tho ful owIng niiilioil of construitlon I The house If k fci < t square There ThtfeI rim flvo tH > pcri of 2x4 srnntlln are runner shape and K feet long Four plates nn rwuilm 8 fret long Three H III of rnftiM arc rnt in S foot lengths lUdRw bout II S 23 tat tong Floor leg In of four ISxlC Inch Hoard cut in the renter Stilus and finds nre rur nr < l in with fclncJi drop nldlng wllh grooved Inrh root Inianli ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 November 1903

f THE CITIZEN loss of Flesh When you cant cat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo To get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor For invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weal children for all who v need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonic tonicScotts Scotts Emulsion for bone fJ2sh blood and nzrve u u We will send you a free sample pictureIn In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY SOc and SI < all druggist IN SMALL DOSES Gi a News of Progress of Worlds r Fair Work In Kentucky BIG APPLE AND PEAR DISPLAY Lawn of Kentucky Building...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

HHlHMHHHIHIHIHK HKMHH 11 H HHfHHff JAMES MILTON RACER i HHfHHffI Number Editor and RACERT H E C I T I Z EN ii Thanksgiving Pagesr HIH + + HHIII IH H I t II tI IIIH VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1903 One dollar a year NO 23 IDEAS Lot tin bo thankful Greatness 1ft always guntle Out ready for winter for those wLo 1 gut ready foe it winter to n good time r 1 of year r TAKE NOTICE Winter To in boiclna WodiuH day December 1O Sue announcement of our next groat Surial Story on page < i Wo respectfully riubinitoiirThanks giving number It is fitting that we atlda page of war stories of the ma neuvers about Chattanooga since it I so near the 40th anniversary of that memorable campaign Public opening of Mona Industrial Building Doc 4 andG Mating in Tabernacle Friday night Building open to via tors Saturday morning 8 to 10 meeting in Tabernacle at 10 I At this meeting a girl will touch the electric button to net the machinery 1in Industrial Building g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

= np rj E MASKERS A NEW YORK THANKSGIVING DAV STORY T WAS not a typical Thanks giving day being so warm that no flako of snow was possible Over all New York from the Battery to Bronx and beyond tho lu minous pearlgray mist hung a ragged canopy which in spots reached oown to the moist street level level11hcn Carolyn Martin looked out she of necessity looked up and as the only opening In her tiny apart ment was toward the sky she saw nothing but a mass of gray fog As she blood with her hand on the pulley of her skylight a cnorus of childrens rolces now In laughter now In snatch I I Sba Stole to OM of Ills Windows of song came faintly from the street below As Carolyn knew that the lodger who occupied the top floor front had gone out she stole to one of his windows It was 11 oclock and the mounted po lice as is their wont had cleared West Seventysecond street of all traf fic vehicles to make ready for trafj carriages that later on throng this I boulevard Carolyn had risen late The deman...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

il u uu THE CITIZEN j hi 11 4 IIANKSGIVINO la coming 11TIIXI ngnln said Kolwrt i Kempton to bin wife Please dmiH iruko nny difference this sear Mnbcl Wo have nothing to be tlmnUf ul for Hub nnd Kiln bare npollrd our liven livenWe We Hbould bo thankful that It In no worse replied the wife with n pa tlrnco tbnt never deserted her Hilt this Is not the beginning of the story storyYears Years before Mabel Lntbrop much in tier father and mother chagrin married llohcrt Kempton n wild reek lens fellow nnd lie would have been n Vrdowell bad not Mabel saved him I nnd made him n successful man Hob t irt know nnd ndmltted that she bud turned him from n worthies life Mubol bo said to her I owe nil I I am to you Cod forbid that 1 should over treat you with tho slightest harsh ness On the contrary I pray that lii t sully send IJIII some unusual opportu nity to nerve you to Duffer for you at iKThnps to die for you You situ doing nil that In needed In making me hnppy Mid tho wife I Then came Bobble ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

I THE CITIZEN U Idookers Fight I November 24 I 1863 A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY Above the Clouds 1 ICopjTlRht 1903 by G L Kilmer URING the lifetime of General D Hooker the famous battle above tile clouds so long asso delnted with the name of Fight it ing Joe was pronounced a myth by 4 General Grant iu nn Interview made public through the New York Herald Hooker supported by many of hIs old nruiy friends contradicted the state ment with some spirit Whether the wordy war opened the eyes of Grant to the truth Is uncertain but afterward when writing his memoirs Grant do Kcrlbed something very like n buttle as having been fought on Lookout moun thin Nov 24 1803 4Below is a summary of the state ments of two Confederate oUlccrs showing that battle or no battle there was a masterly military achievement on the part of Hookers army when Lookout mountain fell Into Federal hands The Confederate force on the mountain when Hooker troops scaled that lofty height consisted of Steven Ions divisi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

DURABLE GRAPE TRELLIS II hllhlura Ibr flora lu Smutirrand lu Ile yard uii ii 1riilpclur In Wlnlr 11Irnlrr AI every urapo grower known junta Hi onllnnrlly lout lu the ground reams ly last 101 long as it requires for thu vlnt to cam ID bcarlni au The trel his Illuitmtcd Is ilvslKncil to nbvlata this wart < > ut wood and labor It will be seal that the part of the bracts and port burled In thu earth nro Joined to the UHHT pert Ion by mortise nml tenon Dy tliU arranstmcrt when tho burled TIUML1K H ilt A IKW VINK8 tort Ion ilfmyi It ran bo renewed DIll without lots or that part which Is t in n itatt of irfstrvutlon and which will last a lifetime If painted Posts nod brni elf are Joined in a similar man our nt tho tap being held In their I I rttKctlvo places both above and bolow by Icoio flttliiK pins which i > ermlt thnlr cu > withdrawal By removing tho ride brace Iho trtlll can be laid I down no lu > ldi jKrmlttlnR the vine to bo covered for the winter If protoo j Uon Is 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. — 26 November 1903

I THE CITIZENI GRIDIRON WARRIORS SOME MEN OF MIGHTY DEEDS ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD How tIe New Hulen Affect the Came Ill me of DC Wilt n n IMimklu KloKcr lr MTc n of IlulTcrtr 01 r Yale and Mumliiill of llnrvurd Ilcvlslon of the playing rules has somewhat changed the complexion of football but it Is still nearly as fas cinating as ever to players and specta tors alike The chief change nnd the one In which the general public Is most Inter ested is that which seeks tile abolition of mass plays In certain parts of the Held by reason of which much youth ful blood has been shed In the past This new rule provides that when the ball is in play in the center section of the fieldthat is in the portion em braced between the two twentyfive yard lines at least seven of the play ers of the Bide having the ball must be on the line of scrimmage and further that when the quarter back receives the ball within the territory mentioned he may not carry it beyond the line of scrimmage unless In so doing li...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

I THE CITIZEN rI I u r THE SCHOOL < THE CITIZEN promised to give some recitations and songs for school exhi bitions and below we give tho fifth and last installment I F Spinning Song RIIIrrltE RIIIrrltEI 1 r Spin las lie spin The 1r 2 Sing IlLS tie ting A 3 loam lu starlearn Your 1111 v tbra1 gOOA out and in Orow Ing like your mr 17 heart to bring Ai your rfnniiif dd ly bread to earn Learn to work and 1 yet low hair Same will grow from year to year you J gin Keep a cheer ful heart wlthlnl learn to pray Spin nlng on from day to day s SPINNING SONG Concluded inIa ak pin Spli 1IIIJe i > io King lu da dog Sing lot slag I8mg IM 1M tarn Lea nlawslohxtrs tHlHlHHlHlHlHH t t tHlHlHHlHlHlHHThe I JBNHIO LESTER HILL BJItot i 1 + H11HHHH + HHMK c SUGAR fjWo do not often think of sugar na ti food But it is not only a food pleasing to tho tiuita but one of tho bout foods for providing hoat and on ergy This III why active children cravo sugar and candy no much morn than older people I Sugar d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMS M RACER Publisher DEUEA KENTUCKY JI BOBBY SHAFTOE In days of yam In baby lore J The lore of A H CI f There runs a tale of Shaftocn voyage Across the boundless sea His love van true his eyes were blue Like sold thats Ilrcly spun Beneath his bravo tarpaulin hone I His blight locks In the sun I HP failed away one summer day dayy He wore a xnnmans blouse tis raid And buckles at the knee M Jhl waters laughed about the craft That lore this sailor lad And ran and danced and upward tprans I As though they might be glad They leaped In sport toward the port i Whereat hi stood full fair Then hastening to the candy shore They klrrJ the white feet there With uprafed hand feet In the sandS With kirtlo red and white Sly the TJobJiy ShnHoes sweetheart stood And watched him pail from sight Tet never more In early lore Find w that sailor hay Nor know wo ought of what he did His sorrow or his Joy His ship one day sailed far away At striking of come hells A girl believed hn would retur...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

A a nn THE DARK I I The dark cum out of hit dim retreat Where shadowy htmlocki tptmid LJIfo ounJ hf mad with hli gilding fiet tetV tt I I Whetu lhn trvmlillng TwlITuht tied I Atut the children caught In the edge or night HIHH homo with a thrill of rear The Dark li comlnis they crlnj In right ItghtThat That sett them u ray of che r And the Dnrk pried on nod he gently IIlePIIJ IIU foes were n noft IU down A the llrwl people eR < l tlowrm 111 The eool thick plume from hU helmet swept Par over the ri ting town ThpelillOr fTlumtMTxJ till dawn grew rd And tlir Hark kept watch till dti He kieht thrm all ai they Inj In tied And not the curt of n lnxlt hood Did he hnrm ere he lots away Kattle winner In Youths Cominlon ROMANCE OF THE WEST Ilrirrnilnnl nl KnulUli nli IP man I llb Irouil Irillurrp Vw nn nnI Indian Chief t Indsl Of all the strange situations In i which scions of British nobility are often found there probably never has been found one iu a stranger Position than young Will Jor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1903

rTHE CITIZEN 1 4 RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed I IIII Chronic cases to thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the t feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be lure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Kmultion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and Si all druttliU HOLDING INQUEST I Explosion In Ferguson Mine Caused Loss of Eleven Lives Connellsvllle Pa Nov 23When ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

c dttII1EttItiIIIIt11IIfI1t dttII1EttItiIIIIt11IIfI1tJAMES JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Enltrtd at fAt Pod ifflet al Btrta Ay < u second clou mailmailer + HIHHIHHIIIIHHIII JroCiltnts QUiro 1nl Ci1ege THE CITIZEN I w IIHII 1111 1 I I I 1 + 11 11111 101 Educational Number 1 = < Ten Pages i r 1 H I zrJI I III I I zz lIlliII I VOL V A Family PaporBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1903 One dollar a year NO 21 IDEAS A lonelier is not a taskmaster A fine house docs not of iUolf tnnko a pNd homo Goal cheer is the hearts couatnnt 1 springtimeTAKE TAKE NOTICE Winter Term begins WetlnoN dRY December 1O Road our few norial story Spanish Piggy which begins In this number See announcements pages l3 anil 8 This week wo take pleasure in sub milting an educational number for your conpjdernlion You cannot help leading both tho pictures and toIL of our supplement and it may load you to take the most Important step of your lifo FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho condition of tho C...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

Jam 1 I L CITIZENi k I JAMES M RACER Publisher IcBEREA KENTUCKY DAY OF A THOUSAND YEARS For a thousand years In Thy tight are but ea yesterday whin it Is past and as a watch In the nlghtIralm XC H And one star calls to another l The full strains of a tone Till the deeps of lip ace glow with Its glare And ehco It full Strong And whirling out of the silent A world of world arpfarv In an onward rush through ttt endless ItA hush And a day Is a thousand y < sts I And one star sings to nnother s And sun holds speei i with sun Vhlle the drifting vet jf a Urcr pale Shows another world begun But we count time by a dawning Or mark by n twilight fallr i Tet the stars sang out when the years are f cone And what are we slur all Irhe words and the hopes and doublings The joy and the dreamland dread t And the puny live In the puny hive 1 1Whtre toll Is done for bread A Jay a night and another v r A round of the spinning half JL sigh aud a smile for the brief tit wlUIt And what are we alter 1111...

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

PLAN FOR HOG HOUSE c Ailvlrr to n Knrinrr Who Viinln to n Itullil n Striirluri In A room julodnte left Anliunli It Is dlfllcult to plan n hog house wharf JUlio U known of the conditions r governing It Is nwumcd that It Is the purpose of thr builder to grow and fat t ten 100 hogs per year or In other words that he is likely to have 100 hogs to shelter nt one time that will average i 200 pounds each This being the correct assumption It would hardly do to plan a building Iran than 32xCO feet on the ground Tho building should stand north and south If tho lay of the land nnd other buildings will permit so as to Ret HUnahlng into each pen nt some time during the day a If tho building cannot be no placed It will bo bent to make It narrower and AUItAMQKHKNT OF HOG HOfSK 9 < Mg r with only one row of pike aid tfewe on tho toulli side with rNd11l1 alley on the north Sun uhlHe Is at eMontlal to the healthy growth of hogs ns It II to the growth of corn and no effort should be rpireit to prov...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

t I THE CITIZEN I I I l BRIEF AND TO THE POINT lNEW NEW ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Interurban Line Must Provide Jim Crow Cars Death of a Cdllrge President Watchman It fatally Scalded Parts Ky Nov GOn account of s failure to provide Jim crow cars the r ParlsLeilngton Interurban company stands to be fined 180000 Y Alex II ander president of the company was h summoned before the Bourbon oounty > grand jury and Immediately after r leaving the Jury room ha had a col H ored compartment constructed In wch of the cars The maximum fine that rJ can be Imposed for each offense Is t t 500 Eighteen runs have been made < a day for the 20 days the line has been I y in operation The Kentucky court of appeals has decided that electric In Iterurban lines and railroads are sub ject to provisions of the law requiring t colored compartments t Bank Closet Door IClarksburg W Va Nov 26The Pine Grove bank of Pine Grove Wet zel county W Va closed Its doors r after a meeting of the stoc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

j 1 1 December 3 1903 Supplement to THE CITIZEN 1 A Profitable Winter f 111 winter weather we can learn f M better than we can earn The Winter Term of Berea College Opens Wednesday Dec 16 1903 Begin promptly get a good s ta rt 3 months and 0 months courses for farmers Train our boys to get j more out of the land I it 3 months and 0 months courses N for girlsTrain our girls to sing and play the organ to cook and I care for the sick to do dressmaking and tailoring 3 months and b months courses in Carpentry Train our boys to handle tools 0 months course for istdats teachers certificate b months course for State tlac h ers certificate 6 months course for State tlac h ers diploma Full College Preparatory Course Fits students for any College or University Three Collegiate Courses Lit erary Course Scientific Course and Classical Course Music Piano Voice Culture Theory Choral Hand Music etc Many other advantages as speak lug by distinguished visitors ex hibitions literary societies etc For ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

t I r A College Course Tile word collet stamls for a gtcnt ilrol more than bIg t school academy or matt tide tnlcA ante college L nn Institution which gate s In t ruction in ill the higher branches of human knowledge In order to Jo this It mint Have the proper tool It mu l havcbooksonall Mibjeets I not merely all the books which one tiuin cmtM rend In a lifetime but more looks than any man could red In a lifetime in each of the great de partment of human knowledge Iwoks on taw book on religion looks on history book of poetry hook on politics books on science books on dicoredesautlincentloii ookontnnttdne etc And it must have scientific apparatus A inan who l > a collefte jwofessor is more than n teacher A professor of chemistry must have n balance which can weigh the hundredth part of n hair and n microscope which can reveal theillseaseon the leg of a flea It is now generally believed that no Institution might to call itself a college N which does not possess buildings libraries ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

j d cJ J 1 THE CITIZEN 1111111111111111111111 r The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor 1It1IIJIIIItJ1h1f1f Colds Their Prevention and Cure Being licked so oflon the quoation V What In good for a coIl T my answer and tlio most elllcient romedy in Prevention if wo oirefully follow a very simple rule wu can almost always prevent a cold whore after it ia acquired It is moro difficult to euro One reason that NO many people tnko hard colds in bad air They do not seem to rca lize that if they sloop or sit in a room without having the air thoroughly oxygenated they will have headache ecru throat and ho certain of taking cold When children sleep two throe and ia often tho case four in thwtI it will bo found that thoao children I nru moro liablo to colds than others And tho reason III that an over zealous parent in afraid they will take cold and closes up tho room HO carefully ita to exclude tho lifo giving air ami thin being done buy aw forced to breathe 11111 rohr Rtho tho foul air and thu bloo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

l1lii Hu 4 = t w I + YOUR LETTERS Your letlrrn Your Uttiiv They bone my soul s fetters f IFAnd bear It aloft where gluryllghta shitio llth an Intoxication Ami rare oxnltntlnn No tOiler oer flare In the Julcriif the vine 1011 lovr me You love me mett t AH the billow the Mllor engulfs In the I brine tirlnThere III no tomorrow No cloud time no sorrow No diirknem 110 long as your bonny eye slilne slilneNo No ilnrknrs forevcrl No darkness no never I No writ rifle Dear one your oul calls to mine y tto Oer mountain nnd 1111 I Swift mcnvrngcr quiver My < hiT hears the call amt elves greeting to thins I thinsAnd tAnd dear your sweet letter tt Are sorrow forgetters Kuch line bens n balm each word and each ling IInI wee thought of grieving J Is 1iickliiK tor leaving A heart that Is gladilfiutl by love as Is mine tlmlnt In Houston Post IiJ j SPANISH PEGGY r A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOIS i By Mary Hartwell Cnthcrwood upright 110 br Herberts 81010 t Co 11CHAPTER I Abraham Lincoln lay stretched on ...

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