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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

r LlV I tHiHi > tMIiMMiMMIHH I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publlshr iecoadI j I clou alan atlrtkT HM I I HI + 1 H 1 in nnniii iJ1J blJ ltlttIttTHE CITIZEN ritJ t tJb 1 7 l j 0 rr I i I I lviI JI + I oJ I I Irllof + IH IoN New Years Number Bight Pages ds 4tt1tF + IFtt I ° VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 1903 One dolla year NO 21J IDEAS The truo man will keep a promise area when it causes him inconvenience or loss to do ao Why are you working so fast with your brush Patrick tIDoka o Im p afraid me paint will give out before I Kt the whole house painted Civility consists of three things readiness to oblige others slowness to take offence and refraining rom words or acts which might giro offence TAKE NOTICE I Do not fail to road our generous offer to readers found on page 6 of this issue column R and 6 Offer good for one week onlyno act today Our Eastern Kentucky Newa came i in too late for publication this week so we have taken this opportun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

Y v 1 n vyTHE PARTING WAYS IM like to etc that old cllft path Which lowers feet have made I Just where It leaves the traveled road And dips down In the shade Of the wldn > j > rcndlns overhang Of maples and of birch i Tho where the hidden thrush once sans And pecked out from his perch fId like to wander i all alone 9 Down to the parting ways All all alone with thoughts of you I As once In other days I wandered where the old road lies o Jy thoughtsdear you were fair Sty thoughts were all of your true eyes And of your truant hair i And where the cliff path dipped and branched Away from the old trail I heard the catbird call and call j And watched a blown leaf salt From oft a tossing windblown limb h Straight down the path It flew I watched Its dwindling flight and dim And sweetheart there was foul You sat beside the dipping wny And watched the fading gleam Of dying day down In the vale Itcflected In the stream That wound Its crooked way along My day had been so sad Hut then It b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

yv l THE CITIZEN m lHHlMMHHKHHHH i The Home J JBNNIK LESTER HILL Editor HHHIHIHHHHHI l111II1IlH111Illilleaby Bby Shortcakes Shortcakes aro usually supposed to belong to tho spring sensou but vory nice ones may bo trade of canned or dried fruit In using tho dried fruit bo sure it in thoroughly washed through two watorH then soaked over night in water to cover well Next dRY cook it in tho same water In which it was soakixl bringing it quickly to n boil then netting whero it will cook slowly Sweeten to taste just beroro taking it off For tho cakes else ono pint of flour I two teaspoonfuls of baking powder II one half teaspoonful salt two eggs ono cup of milk onenaif cupful of wolted butter Mix the flour and suit odd the eggs beaten and mixed with the wl1kIIlIr iu the molted butter and beat hard Add the link lug powder boat again for n moment and 1111 well greased muffin pans two thirds full Hake about twentyfive minutes In a hot oven Split with ai hot knife butter well spread the fruit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

h t r S i1 I 1 BELIEVE In beginnnlng the New 1DEIIEE observed young Mr TalkIngton as he carved the HAD TIME TO BURN tlie he did this over night and also woind up the cooks alarm clock Ned duly I waked me the next morning c With difficulty dear You waked me anyhow and your voice sounded like the dentists saying Step this way please We hadnt heard the cook GO down and going to I Investigate I found her asleep She I said the alarm had gone off at 215 I and shed been up every half hour since to see If It was live The volcano was awake then Oh When I returned Ned pointed to I the clock on the mantel and said it was 517 and we wore late 1Ve11Nothingonly Nothing only that clock was a q wedding present and so handsome that t nobody ever expected It to keep time Investigation proved It was Just tour and we went back to bed for an hour I was dreaming that the cooks New Years resolve was that she would never leave me when an awful noise waked me The cook called that It ¼ was eight and as break...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

l 5 Taacies f r rJ Lads Lassies I J I MOST VENOMOUS SNAKE + llnixlril Colirii nt Inillii 10 tlir Illrrrl 1 + Ciu f of Iliiinlriil IIr llmlti Ittirrl Vciir t One of the mOil Interesting ni well us the moil deadly of all snakes III i lie hooded cobra of noun In that j 111It1 hundreds of people die every t year from the venomous bite of these PlIIt s As It lea coiled up In n llttlo heap in ire cage It loulu Inoffensive vuinivh and not nearly so unpleasant nr stuVtslkd ebony moccasins Hut wb ji ridted the cobra rears up lu lead and about onetblnl of IU body and we now see the reason for the tuttne hooded The ribs Just back of the had are very long and slender and when they are extended Straight out from the body the skin stretched between bin forms a curved shield or hood around the head On the back of this hood In the adult snake In a mast remarkable ornament looking Ilk two eyes with a pair of spectacle aopfec and all la no two suakei Is this ornamnt exactly allkeandiomp Individuals l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

I u THE CITIZEN t BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Clew Is Siilil to Have HPPII Kniitul In V llt7 CllUt TVO 1 llOlliMMcl UIIIIII lA In PUIIIHSC 1 + lull nf SlioiIH Hire trlclitii Crushed to Deulli MlctdUsboro Ky POP 21 Will Nelms and Phil Haynes in jail at Plnevllle charged with the murder of Allco Nelms have confessed to the murder and assert they were paid to do It by Charles Nelms a divorced husband who was arrested In Asho vlllo N C They also allege that Charley Nelms was Implicated In the VenU disappearance This Is not confirmed by anything except the fact that he came from Dig Stone Gap shortly after Wentz disappeared and this may give a clew to the myster ious case caseMarried Married on a Flying Train Lexington Ky Dec ISWhllo the train was running fifty miles an hour between Richmond and XlcholnsvllK1 Hov E O Beck who was himself on his bridal tour en route to Louisville performed a double ceremony unit ing Rush Rice and Mollle Clark an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

w 7I SOME POPULAR PEANUTS fur llKlit Full the Knrlr SpnnUh Viirlil > In iliiidilrrril nil 1J f r 1 1 cut IoriiKf Ilnul e f iTilt cut shows respectively tho small reet and largest goobers that have reached our notice says tho Rural New Yorker Tho small variety Is known us thu Early panluli and In considered an excellent forage plant for light volln In hot seasons The lops arc cut and cured for hay before front and aro claimed to be as nutritious as clover The pea nut Is n legume like clover and grows best when the roots are studded with tubercles but tho demand for plant food Io develop the numerous large oily seeds Is ro great that It cannot well be tmed ao a poll Improve The Spanish variety IKANTTtf Lirrilt ANU IIIO eels an liumrn p crop of little thin HliclUd puts of excellent flavor They arc ton xmall for cnernl comninrclal ttse but meet a demand In the manu faetnm of fancy confectionery They I ale an excellent fattenlUK food fur hors which may bo pastured on tbo land after th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1903

THE CITIZEN YOU CAS SOT Detect the bad odor coming from jour own nose or head if you hart catarrh but your wife or friends can I Do not disgust them by such trouble i Ute Paracauipb It will relieve in Istantly and cure or money refunded For sain by S EWelch Jr druggist I A pair of ladies or mens house slippers a pair of gloves a tie or a mufller makes a handsome and ac ceptable Christmas present They can be had in endless variety at Rice I l Arnold Kichmond Ky Ha UtICK Not n minute should be lost when n child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoar or even after the croupy cough ap pear will prevent the attack It is pleasant and safe to take For tale by S E Welch Jr The Christmas present problem will be easily solved when you inspect thefine line of sterling silver novelties china cut glass diamonds watches and other Christmas specialties shown bv T A Robinson Main St Richmond Ky A MKItllY CHRISTMAS To all those who hare relieved and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

t + H + I1IIH + H HHI + 1 JAMES MILTON RACER I I Editor and Publisher I I Enter t ft at IV Fanlffflet at Stna A t at tttmri clan rkn tanner I tH + I + HtIIIItIItH + V J 1Oua FrosBire 1Oullege THE CITIZEN SENATOR PLATfa BK1DE Mr Snow bis widow married Dr The odore Janowny a nephew of Dr Ed wont G Janoway of Now York He died nix years ago The senators brldo Is a handsome brunette of tall nnil commanding phy tilquc She has n profusion of benutt fill dark hair and expressive gray eyes nnd is one of the most attractive wom en In Washington She Is bright man nered nnd clever In conversation and Is about frirty years of age although she looks much younger Since the death of Dr Jnncway she has resided nt the national capital with her daugh ter how nbout twenty years old Until last year she had been nn employee of the Congressional library Her house In Washington which was built recent ly Is one of the handsomest on I street She recently leased it for n term of two years to the assistant sec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

r TER MAK US GLAD I dont care ntni Whut the weJIfccr Is If Its Rood hijr CUM Why let er uhlz I like ter see The jtmsons r 1 An tcr hear Ijoi bee In the glory pit 1th bin buzz l zz buzz An his yell tat Like he usetev > as In my boyhoM swectl If Its cloud Ill right Ill jet taka i few Till the days Mlf night An theys dtIs o dew On the burdoo > n leaves An the Illy lip Jest hangs nr grieve l Like the drip drip drip Of a weepy nlflit When no moon dont Rhine Mark clouds ell right Gimme some la mlnel Glmmo some In mlnel OJ Glad toilers pain 4Like the warm sunshine Drlnksup the rain I may sorrow some Like a rnlnwet sky Glad I want born dumb So I couldnt cry I Glad my heart gus weak Till she overflow An my both eyes leak An I blow my noel If Jcs all joy I Was the ony thing The world ud cloy Till I couldnt ting I wouldnt know It Not Joy not me S If twould come an sit On my lap bgae If they want no sad j We need It trick Fer to make us glad gladI back J M Ijewls In Hautten IoFt SPANISH P...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

IllTHE CITIZEN I I III + HIIIIIIHII I I i The Home i l JBNNIB LESTER IIILL Editor HHH4HIHIHHHHlH Tha Dime of SpinSpin Take a largo tqunro hoard or piece orl chalk thin circlwi in such a way that ali have lho namu center Mark tho i inner circle 20 tho middle ono 10 the thek k outer one 5 Now make a top from an empty spool I om sure every boy knows how The top in made with a stick about an inch long and one end of an empty spool and may he spun with tho thumb and forefinger Place the top on tho dot in tho circle marked 20 and spin Tho number of the lino or circle the top dies on in I tho number you score For instance if in the circle or on tho line marked t 10 you score 10 It tho top dioa clear over the line marked 1 > you score nothing The first one to score I 100 wins the game Any number of children cnn play at n time 3chlltiron How In > rernt Tinware Hailing If now tlnwnru IN rubbed over with I froth lard and thoroughly heated In tho 11111 before it IH used It will never runt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

THE CITIZEN IAMBS M RCER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY t > t 8Fr S N S 1 s1 J i t s t tt Charcoal and GDDld < < k By P11 LA CASTER y Z vv toopjrIjbt ttbt bl Dsar 8Wq tb oJ 1 UT no work had never seemed I shameful to Marie before She had always toiled willingly at her fathers tilde at the kiln or In the Held Had driven the steers that drew tne woodI had dropped the corn and backed the coal And her selfrespect had never I suffered Cest bon neither had she I lasted the esteem of her neighbors They counted her a fine gal yaa Standing staunchly by a father not over strong by a mother burdened with many small children Sewing scrubbing cooking doing whatever her hand found to do and doing It glad ly Generally dirty frequently tired i but ah oul alwayj bright and neat on I Saturday evening when the sun dropped behind the pines and she sat down on her steps to await Ounlcian9 coming Tun When she caught the flash of his red Ue as he swung from saddle and heard the creak of his patent hapt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

GUESSING SONG Oh ho oh hot Iruy who can 1 1Ie1 I 1 irairp oer lha lund I icour orr the sea 1 iuflT the lull treo till they bodown their load Ant I rock the wee elopes ailt < > In their lrji Oh hot oh hot And lobo can I bo TUal aaerp tier the tend lAnd ncourorrtbe eta f I J fll11I the bUIl1 of the gruyIttiiilcd dow I Up the rooks tall up uiul make him cry caw JIul though I love fun Im to bIg unit to rilronif At a purr or my lire nh die great iiiiip < sail alone Ob hot oh ho And who Mil I be Tint swttp oer the land and scour or the ptttT I t I lei all the wtttltrrotkvltilt WII y anti bat I JJay bare ndlJuBil with a runaway tut limit however I wunifir I ncr no astray Vr no where I will Ive u tree right of 1 J Ob hi > oh lot And who Mn 1 be That nWI oer the Lund unrf neetirocr lhe r IIfAt 1 ftJilnx oer the heatMr I dunce up the rlrret Ir tvw that I huh a l and frl tMli Ibal t rrcl It mused In the tail and Im inn In the neat Hut I tilnk the Dean itrtdi li the dare I hive but ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

THE CITIZEN It I OVER SIXTY ARE DEAD Engine Hits Timbers and Entire Train Leaps From Rails ESCAPING STEAM ADDS TO HORRORS IrrriryliigSrrciiiM + Unit the Air Vlirn Triiln Plunged Down Kinlmiikinriit liter Coiiolir Vert Torn liy Elm IIITS IMnlonrd In Wrrtlsnjjp Ago iilliig CrirsAre Mmle liy INisMiiKtr Connellsvlllc Pa Dec 21A t least 03 persons wero killed and i H persons Injured In the terrible wreck of the Duquesne limited the fastest train on the Baltimore and Ohio from Plttsburg to New York The train plowed Into a pile of lumber and then i rolled down an embankment The train left Pittaburg a few fewI William Thornley of Connellsvllle When approaching Laurel Run which is a particularly line piece of roadbed the train was running at a high rate of speed Suddenly tho passenger wore thrown from their seats by tho lightning llke application of tho air brakes and a moment later there was a terrible crash The train was made up of two baggage two day coache3 i one sleeper and one dining c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

1 HINTS ON BUTCHERING Coiialrurt n eiiioil Strung llnimrr nn I II arc liilo uf Aiiiiii > iinrr i and llhnl Vurk M Fur hoes we prefer the IolnnilChlnss Wlillo tiny do not produce ns large Ut ttrs they fro larger hogs and of R more dignified Mipearancc Tor meat teed IHIIIO and Muscle producing ood until about six months old and give them a ttrady shove then nud fatten on corn and sometimes ItIII h Tor meat ve often kill some of the old tows Tlietc wen fatten lu the same manner Do not J A HANQKIl THAT HOIUH 1 feed your sow for at halt 12 hour ue fore kllllnB longer Is better When ready lo kill go tiil llv to the pen with rifle In hand and shoot them To knock thrin in Iho head I a brutal method and II fait being door away with Hired them qulekly Tub to your barrel or tat and dace the hog lato came Pour Pourc the water whlrlituiim be toiling hoO over the IIOR and seated well Hake away the hair mid thru crape Whoa this h on hang on a hann r like the one In tile rut 1lac the hog on hook...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1903

8 V THE CITIZEN I NOTHING OVERLOOKED All Phases of Kentucky Educa tiorul Life to Have Part t SPECIAL BLIND AND DEAF EXHIBIT Chairman E H Mark Preparing to Show at the Worlds Fair the Pro gress of the Schools From 1793 to 1904 Support of Leading Educators of the State Enlisted As early as 1793 n hundred and ten years ago Kentuckys educational system was inaugurated In the Transylvania University at Lexlng ton Thirtysix years later the mililtr school system began It Is thc pur pose of Prof E II Marls the super intendent of the schools of Louisville who the Kentucky Exhibit Associa tion was fortunate enough to get as chairman of its Educational Commit tee to show every phase of cduci tlonal life from 1793 to 1904 at the Exposition in St Louis To those ac quainted with Prof Mark and his wonderful energy and resource this announcement means that the exhibit of educational affairs from Kentucky will be more than could be expected Prof Mark is in close touch with the leading educators of 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. — 7 January 1904

4 + + tW4to + 4t + M1 + iIt11tt i JAMES MILTON RACER ± Editor and Publisher 4 1 1cttatttlttltarttltttttttTHE iTnfnrri at lilt Pottoffltt nt Berta Ay lu second i clam mndnaUtr 1cttatttlttltarttlttttttt THE CITIZEN un I m VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 7 19 < M One dollar s rear NO 29III IDEAS 1 The only way to hnro a friond is to bo ono onoIt It is cany to toll a lie hut hard to toll only ono fr i What wo loam with plcMuro wo never forgot In the game of lovo diamonds ofton I rank higher thnn heartd FROM THE WIDE WORLD rroporty worth 250000 wan destroy ed by firo at Quebec Canada Navigation of the Rhino river in Europe has been stopped by ice The Empress Dowager of Korea n small country on the coast of China 101 isdoad deadRuMla Runflia is arranging for a magnifi cent display at the Worlds Fair in St Louis Tho United States gunboat Vicks burg has arrived at Chemulpo Korea to protect American interests Tho Empress Eugenie of Paris France is serio...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1904

I I a t glrS THE UNKNOWN HEROES If all Die hoist names might be Inscribed within one mighty tome JCo doubt the cognomen wed ne Of Mxnoone vory close to home In It some names wed find totluy For which wed scarcely think to look If all the heroes names I nyI Wore grouped together In a book Tfrclnrcc of patient father he Who tollj 50 hard that we may live Perhaps of kindly mother she AVho strives to added comfort give It might be name of lass or youth Who oft romo shoulder burden took If nil the heroes nntins forsooth Were grouped together In a bock Of heroes young and heroes old Of heroes small and heroes Brown So many BO their ways unsung So many live and die unknown On some thus marked for wreaths of bay No doubt with much amaze wed look If nil the heroes names I say Were grouped together In n book Hoy Farrrll Greene in Orange Judd Farmer SPANISH PEGGY A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOISt By Mary Hartvrcll Catherwoodf I topjrljlit IfW bjr Herbert SBtone 4 Ca CI CHAPTER VCoTlNtKl This Is the s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1904

f I II THE CITIZEN HHKHHHHHWHHH The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor WHhhMHHMIHHH SOUPS Our cooking classes thin week nro making porno dolicioiin Boupp and on a recent vicit 1 took Some now s on tliolr work for tho benefit of IhofiO girls who cnnnnl attend the clauses but who rend TUB CITIZSN ThH Is what their teacher told thorn I Nearly nil pact of an animal may be use for food The boms and gristle the tondooH and coarse tough portions of the loan moat may have much nutriment extracted from them if cooked slowly in water at a moder ate heat Even tho bony portions of previously cookod meat should he saved and used in coupe Thoo scrappy portions of meat are Tory cheap and n good soup is both nourishing and economical t It Is better to cook a large quanti ty at n time it taken a long time to extract all the nutriment and the broth will keep for a week or more This liquid in which tile moat has boon cooked is called stock because it can ho kept our drawn Train as needed It Is what we mea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1904

> THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publliher DEUBA KENTUCKY + + H + + + + + + H + Playing For i High Stakes i t By WILL T HALE + 1 i + f + f + + t + + + + + + + + + + t N Oorjrlf ht IMS bj D lly Slorj rub Uv V KATLY nttlred and eober Itcdford NIsATLY A appeared very much out of place in that part of the city he was visiting known as Hells Half Acre It had been in the Infancy of the place In cluded in the fashionable residence district but was now given over to tricksters and toughs Houses which were once the homes of wealth shel tered lawlessness and squalid misery calling to mind Byrons simile of the ruineu urn whose holy dust was scat tered long ago On the sidewalks In front of brothels dives and cheap lunch rooms were gathered motley crowds of low whites negroes and brazen women of both races so that the very nlr was attainted with sin and crime Kcdford on any other occasion might have regarded the surroundings with horror and shrinking but as he jostled among the rabble he was so In...

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