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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1904

A TERRIBLE CALAMITY t lire Iholo Ont inn Chicago The flier and Over 700 Persons Killed in a Panic Dead Hurtles Were Piled Four mph Flvn Feet In Depth nt the Foot I of the Stnlrwnyg EXPLOSION FOLLOWED THE FIRE Scores ol Persons Discovered In the Aisles With Their Faces Com pletely Trampled OK The Corpses llincd Away From the Plsy House Piled co Witoni lib Cord ol Wood Some of the Audience Were Suffocated Dy Escaping Oat While Sitting In Their Seats Hundreds Injur ed Scores Will Die Chicago Dec 31 Hundreds ot poo pie wore Mllcd In ten minutes Wed nesday afternoon during n fro In tho Iroqttols theater the newest tho larg hs est and ai far as human jwwcr could make It the safest theater In Chicago Coroner Traoficr nt 7IG p m re ported by actual count 73C dead The 4oronor lias been notified that there IK now 422 bodloa at th different morgues and hospital All have not been heard from yet as n number of bodies were lateen to imdrtalicr In different parts of the oily At 930 p m It wan decl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1904

s THE CITIZEN up L I BRIEF AND TO THE POINT 1 NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Novel Question Arisen Over SliooMnji it Sinn AITOM State Mni Dmtli ur Kentucky lodgeSlut tlnrliliirs to lie IliniUliwl Itlvir limit liiirnril Lexington Ky Jan 4Tlw special grand Jury which was Impaneled by Circuit Judge Parker and strongly In Htructwl to Investigate the operation of slot machines In Lexington ad journed returning no Indictments against the operators Immunity was Ranted the slot machine operators It li mid upon the presentation of a i petition signed by tho members of the I Lexington Manor Dealers association j agreeing to banish the machines for I < ever from the cityit the grand Jury would not indict them for past of tensesSwells Swells Kentucky Treasury Frankfort Ky Dec 30 The Frankfort Chair company paid the balance of 14200 due the state and will pay the Interest due on deferred payments as soon as the amount can be ascertained The Illinois Central railroad paid to ...

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

RASPBERRIES IN HILLS Nol n Common MHIiml ul rimilliiK llul n 1rI > Iriilllnlilr and ointlhlflr UUP A rorresiiondctit arks wlittlior any I one has tried raising nlsllhrrrh sill hills 1 to as to allow crosrcultlvntlim and to illwlnato tho ncccsHlty of hand hoeing I have and consider It n perfect sue tea alttioiiKh a little hard work around tbs hills will bo ncccBsory If no weed or grass nre allowed to make need I have always used a stake abaci lilll and lied up tho vines fora part of tlio year at lea I When llrst trimmed I like to tie them up fairly close until thoroughly rultlvatid then locwn the BtrltiB and let them spread but not fall This I regard an the Ideal treatment but It nmke lvotylnKsofeaelililllnecMary Still If such yield could be had as we used to get from a patch of Klrtland red raspherrlt8 grown In lillln rtwo ji Jr4IUI which were on ulaka eight feet both vas almost any amount of rare would bo Juttllled I have pickled three ilnts of berrlts ruin a sluile bill at a kl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 January 1904

THE CITIZEN IDAHO AT WORLDS FAIR Western States Wonderful t Fruits and Products STATE BUILDING OUT OF ORDHf AR e A TenRoom Bungalow For Idahoans Nugget Weighing Ten Tons Tells of Richness of Mineral DepositsRed Apples and Transparent Honey Somewhat different from the other stato buildings Is the structure that Idaho is erecting at tho Worlds Fair It is unique handsome comfortable and attractive It is an original design by J Flood Walker a Boise architect and it will stand on tho hill overlooking tho Agriculture and Horticulture Palaces It has for neighbors the California and Illinois State buildings The building work on which was begun early In November Is 60 feet square and one story high It Is de signed along the lines of a bungalow with cleancut plain outlines The exterior walls will be of cream col ored staff and the roof of red Spanish tiling Tho arrangement of tae Interior Is that of a Spanish haclendta the ten rooms being arranged on the four sides of an open court or patio I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

tH1HH + HWWHWH HH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher tPnfTfrf at lit Pottofflet at Jkfra Ayi QI i eon < f j elau maUmntttr PwHIHKtlHKHHIHHIr lirookelda L jtO c THE CITIZEN JACOB A RIIS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS IDEAL CITIZEN Jncol A Him wliom HIP president recently described nt his Ideal cltlzcn IM a nnttvp of Dcniimrk III + early yearn In America wore years of Brent hnrd ulilp Illti How tlic Other Un t Ilvos ninth him famous mill did much Rood He linn horn vorr mnvrnufnl n4 npwminiior innti nnllior nnd mclolnclftt FOlt thidv < alt we have been LUl ma our rep utation a 1 hitfhcUTt Jew < r < ti You we therefore Ji I a safe in ordering by I mil from lit al II you should call In ptrton Wi te for catalogue and oil lo tee a when In the city 1 Irion Girardel a Co tMT Yes kk Uirlllfc Ky I eels Dy y Dougta twee and tbebelt oboe dean i ererlwberefatTIOSI fatTIOSI fatTIOSITherenolnr Therenolnr TherenolnrhareYI hareYI Iouglaa vJIouglaa prtee on Jbottom JbottomBES A BESA u IN 1 iE 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. — 14 January 1904

WOULD WE WERE THERE Would we were there < i that jrrccnclad knoll Whiiro ec two saw the anUjoar loll In > nrthern billows far dway Whence we saw distant lorthls sway Kcnenth a winds Inturptnt whirl Put which scarce tlrrc < l the truant curl On your fair forehead that sweet tren Jli > roufiliMt wlnUr dared scarce caress Would we were there whence we could nee Tho wraith or valley hill and tree The ttrnam and hear Its angry call Where tortured by the waterfall It sprang In fury and then flowed Complaining down Its rocky road Would we were Htlnc where today The winds and unleashed torrents play V Would that we were Of late Ive dreamed Of those old days and It has Deemed That I tutu sat you by my fide Where at our feet the valley wide Jtollcd down beneath the heavens blue And I have dreamed that evry huo That then Old ulad our eyes was there Cach charm of landfccpt sky and air Would we again were on that knoll In sweet communion soul to foul Where spoken language was as naug...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

I THE CITIZEN 3 j HHIHHKHJHHHM I 1 j I I The Home f JUNNIB LESTER HILL EJIIor tJENNIB HHJHIHHIHIHHWH4 IIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIzSomo Somo Now Cooking Class Receipts TOMATO sour 1 can tomatoes 1 pint witter Hinnll picco nil popper 1 cloven i leanpooiiH sugar I teaspoon Bull I i teaspoon 8oda2lnbleHpoons buttor I tnbltspoonR Hour 1 slice onion Cook the first live ingredients with tho onion twenty minutes strain mid salt and soda mix Hour and butter in name pan on stove ndd strained to mato lot cook up well then strain nnd servo FRIED CAKBS 1 cup sugar 1 cup Hour milk 1 tea spoon melted butter 1 egg 1 tea spoon soda J teaspoon milt teaspoon uinnnmon or nutmeg lour enough to handle on board about d cups Heat egg add sugar and sour milk Mft Hour soda salt and cinnamon to l gether and mix it well with the Unit part Roll out I inch thick shape Htid fry in deep fat Drain on brown paper Ill CAP O I NO CII CAKE J cupinoliHHin I cup sour lIIi1k cup sugar 2 raps Hour teaspoon cloves I teaspoon soda t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACES Publisher DEREA KESTUCKV oooooaooaaaooocKJOOooaooaoo o Q g TEACHERS 8 I BEAU = = n go UQOOQDQQOOOOQQOQQQQQOQOQQo 0 < ijrlfhlIWJb7 tally s Wry rut to CAltlt smiled ns she glanced MISS the blackboard and her check renaened A rude drawing ot a soldier libeled Teachers Beau adorned the ruotn evidently the work ot one of the boys Robert she said quietly to a lad st 12 who sat giggling behind his slate take the floor please and first clean the blackboard The whole school broke Into a laugh but Miss Carr looked over the lessons for the day and len Robert standing Urn on one foot then on the other In the middle ot the floor The other chil dren gradually settled down to the morn icg routine 1t Was the day before Thanksgiving and young feet were tingling to be oat running over the frosty roads and fields young hearts were full of anticipations over tho morrow Children were chil dren In 1861 even as they are now A petition was already signed by every boy and girl l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

BECKHAMS MESSAGE Tlio Governor I1 CS Niftily Needed i Itclbrius in Kentucky I The Donded Debt Wiped OutSchool Docks and the Prices Paid For ThemColored People Can Solve the Race Problem flop llectfhani InlAilJ la In pnrt a t yf Gentlemen of tin ftrnrrn Aw oinlil In IwKllinlni tlila rrnulur IUIIIII IIr year > rm n H itirinliir of the IrKlntutl IHill of HIP Hit K > itrrmtliMlt with Ih h tie Hiitlon or linn Itxiil ut Ol dsyp II Is iinrlHnl thai you take n prompt 1111 IMnun None of the work lie fort > 011 < tT UIP furiiir cnnilltiitliin It was Iop In Clllt day fin ii iiill to l > o lntr il pniMiil In Mill hour KlKiiPil by prubnhlyI luttr it dose 11 mlIIher In nil Imit the KHinl Idea uf In what Hie Mil In iiil KollonltiB ilw roust tint lotlaI r iniiirtilit It now UkoH nrarly to < k for it bill rvrn mider UK niiwl rll Mlile niitilrm In an YlirotiKh tin tur 00 truck itf IrglNliitlvv roiitlnn 11111 Itntnt lulu 1 im A spry mniill Ier LI IC of all UK hill liilnKlnril will r ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

THE CITIZEN = BRIEFANDTO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Attempt to Hot Hunk It Frustrated Mnn Arrested For Shooting Cousin Volcanic Eruption Feared Utt At tucks Fellow Ir1 over Somerset Ky Jan ItAn at tempt to rob tho First National bank here was frustrated by Night Watch man Davis Three men had gained entrance Into the bank through a side window and were working on the vault The nolso attracted Davis Ills approach was heard and the men es caped They had not gained an en trance to tho vault when they were scared off The only thing secured by the robbers was a bundle of papers which they dropped while running as Davis fired on them Former Governor of Kentucky Henderson Ky Jan 12 Former Governor John Young Brown died here at an advanced age He was prominent as a statesman and soldier and distinguished as a citizen In 1875 while congressman he became widely known through a denuncia tion of General Benjamin F Butler who as military governor of New Or 1 leans ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

< NEW IDEA IN GATES Joel Ihr Tli 1 11 tf fur Tnllli IuMnm Vlirre M TlirrrWlrf Truer Conlliir Hit Stuck The following Is a description of a cbcap and serviceable wire gate which will be found satisfactory especially In jilnceii where a gate IH nut often need ItIIr course would not do for sheep or IUIKB hut will servo the purpose In cattle pastures where a three wlre fence Ilsulllilfolitlo c online stock Cut three wires each about n foot longer than the dlhtnnce between the iwsts and thru short wlr n each IIlx Inches 3 inj form the shqrt wires Into loops und fmtin to post A 1111 II with itaplte the desired illxtunre apart A 8TIIONO V111B OATH Hook the long wires C C C into the loopN II II II so its to form hunger Shape three beards each four fret lone at Illimtratfd In D Ilaco a wire ratchet on rarh of these boards about six Inches trout tho end Fig K 13 12 attach the other ends of the long wires to ratchet Null an Inch board FlK J foir Inches wide the bright of post fo post F Nail...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1904

THE CITIZEN I I The Citizen AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER Iublltlicil every Thursday at Bcren Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Publisher SUIISGKIPTION RATES rAYAllLE IN ADVANCE Ono year 100 Six months M Three months > Bend moneyD1 Post onlce Money Onl r Kx prcss Money Order Check Draft HeglMcm Letter or one and two cent stamps The Irate after your immo Miowi to what date your fubucrlptlon 1s paid If It Is not chanted within three week ntttr tending UI money notify us Sulmcrlber wishing THE CITIZCX top o < 1 must notify us at the expiration of their ntie crtptlon paying nllTurcars otherwise we shall consider that they wish It continued Jfotlfr ui nt once ofmny rhaiieetln your nd dress giving bothold and new addresses Missing Number due to wrappers coming on In the malls or otherwise will gladly be sup piled If we are notified Agent Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone eliding us four new yenrl subscriptions will rewlve THE CITZES free for one year THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLED...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

11 JAMES MILTON RACER f Ldltor and Pulllliher giderad a the P et at rea Ay a tttoed rasa Inauaaaua resilltnts omen X JJAron Cullegu THE CITIZEN I VOL V A Family PpaBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 211001 One dollar a year NO 81 I IDEAS concealnl A show of daring often conceal great cowardice Some slue show a soft head rather 1 than a hard heart Therein no auch thing as prepnr atop after the event You can no more blame your cir cumstances for your character than your mirror for your looks TAKE NOTICE On next Sunday Rev J 0 Bus well of Wisconsin will begin a series of revivals meetings under the aWl pices of the Union church and the college The meetings are expected to continue two weeks We inaugurate an editors column this week on our last page first column where we abut offer bargains and make any important announce ments which may be Deeded See column 1 page 8 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The bones of a man eleven feet in height were unearthed In Nevada Col Charles Denby of Eva...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY The Parsons Football Game Br HAYDEN CARRVTH Oopjrlght 1N3 t > 7 Dall7 Btoiy Pub Of JOUR rules were few though they OUR out boldly enough undir the head of Constitution and Bylaws of the Corncob Club and began and ended as follows Section First Article FirstIt shall be the duty of each member through out every session to smoke a cob pipe with due diligence Section First Article Second Mem bers who do not smoke shall not be re quired to smoke The parson was the only member who profited by Article Second and the doctor used to charge him with quietly electioneering ttf have it re pealed so that he might return to his former bad practices but this was a lander on the iood man Not being burdened with a cob pipe In a constant state of conflagration the parson was left with more time for conversational efforts We suspected he sometimes took advantage of our nlcotinized condition to foist tales upon us containing a smaller percent age of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

I rTHEICITIZEN 3 I fh1 IhhhShhihhhl 1 + IHI + The Home JBNNIB LUSTER HILL Editor EditorI IMHlt11IhhH1f HI I 11 + 1 A CHAPTER ON MANNERS There is HO much to lx > gained through tho exercise of good manners that it is amazing in a world where micceaa in molt an idol that greater Q attention in not paid to training tbo young in this very important branch of education educationGenuine Genuine courtesy thoughtfulneAs consideration for others are usually I the result of what in termed good breeding and are most lelTeclive when practised unconsciously or as a matter of course courseIt It is quito true that children are apt to reflect their parent both in prin ciple and actions and thoy acquire by example nothing no easily an good or bad manners There are a few roflolulioun which parents should ro pe t each day and one of them is IhlsIoU I wish my children to be thoughtful and considerate of me and polite to others I must be thoughtful and considerate of them and polite to all with whom ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

THE CITIZEN I JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA TT KENTUCKY OOOOOOON00100000100N000 I 0 z The Conquest I i Z of Kit Carew II i = o IJy Henlilnlo Morplicw o OOOOOOONOONOOOOOOOOONOIf If i UT father hear me It Is well HB nigh my life you would rob me of sir 1 have no desire at all to marry least of all a maid I have never set eyes on Hold thy rebellious tongue thou raelapert To think that a son of mine should defy me thus Sir pleaded the young man hotly you cannot think what It is you would have me do The king wants men to fight for him and you would have me mate with a roundheads daughter and bide at home by her side Ay I have 1tI stormed the old cavalier bringing his fist down on the shining oak table with a force that set the heavy glasses ringing Too young to wed but too old to obey Too young forsooth to make such a match as should secure to your father and yourself after me our lands and fortune howsoever matters go with king or parliament but old enough to spend your time with dice a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

114It gloss r avtelrlt t wifm1 1 WLJ M m f r to DITCHGRADING LEVEL Inrmrrn Vlio lrnrn llmv 10 Due II Will Hrliluiii llriiilr I IIP irrv Ieri ur n NurtlIr a I hero give a rues sketch of a J straight edge and level for leading tile ditch which I will try to explain First the straight cdgo Is flvo inchei 1 wide by fievencichths Inches thick and four feet one and a half inches Icing pinking onefourth of n rod of 1CH feet The straight edge Is leveled on tho bot tom so that no lump of dirt or gravel 1stone can get underneath to hold it on from tho bottom of tho ditch Tho two t upright marked a can be any length oneballA Lcm FOR UllADINQ DITCHES by threeInch stuff nailed on righthand straight tdgo and tho level fastened on j tho righthand tide of the uprights co as to bit out of the way of the staff or handle which can bo of any length to 7lult the operator The bevel is fastened on the uprights with ono common screw nt the further end of the leI The oth er end opposite Is fastened onto tho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

If THE CITIZEN I BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES House Coimiiltten Hiports Favorably on Hellln SullVugri lltll Mother and Untie lulled Charles Finch Con f vlcited or Killing Unknown Man Louisville Ky Jan HFruIt and produce commission men from every large city between Denver and the Atlantic coast and St Paul and New t Orleans were present to the number of 300 when tho National Association of Commission Merchants met In an nual convention here The only ses stun hold was devoted to welcoming speeches tho address of the presi dent of the association W S Gavan of Baltimore and reports of commit I tees Many matters of Interest to the trade will bo discussed during the three days session These Include practically everything but prices Beckham Not a Candidate Frankfort Ky Jan 19ln the house following the reporting of the Cantrlll schoolbook bill to that body Speaker Brown presented and had read a letter from Governor Beckham bitterly assailing Senato...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

I Ww < B OJv ixb G6 + lw IVt i ww sw vw J1N wirv4A i FROM TILL OVER THE STflTE I spytr84 1I t 34t4 > l t toeiWt = tNN PDtrt Dd rYO ITHE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Soth Houses Adjourned Out of Respect to Con John D Gordon rI Frankfort Jan 12 Among the measures Introduced In the senate Monday won Urjslnr Kentucky con gressmen to vote for the Trlmlilo bill allowing tobacco growers to manufac I ture their own cropa and sell It with i out n tax Lies over to give com mittees for pauper Idiots pay for years thny failed to rofort to court Lies over Senator Hearses resolution that Iho senate adjourn at 130 out of ro pert to the dent of Gen Gordon was unanimously adopted Senator Cam mack ulnillnr resolution aa to Oen onlstrtt was 111m IIdollled House Mr McDonald of Ioulsvllle offered a resolution of respect to tbo memory of Gen John U Gordon which was unanimously adopted J M Al vmoii of Lincoln offered a resolu lion Inviting Senator Arthur I Gor man to address the Kentucky legisla ture It lie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1904

1 THE CITIZEN 1 The Citizen As INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER Published every Thursday at Bcre KJT JAMES M RACER Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION KATES PAYAntl II f ADVANCE One rear SlW Six months > > 0 Three months Send money by Tostofllc Money Onler Ex prey Money Order Check Draft RcxlJtercd Letter or one and two cent stamps The l > nte after your name shows to what data your subscription II paid If It 11 not changed within three weeks after tending ui money notify us Siil crllier wishing TUB CITIZEN slopped must notify in at the expiration of their sub scription paying all arrears otherwise we shall consider that they wish It continued Notify ui nt once ofiany chanee n your ad dresi giving both old Iud new addresse Minting Number due to wrappers coming off In the malls or otherwise will gladly be sup plied If we are notified I I Agent Wanted in every locality Write for terms Anyone tending us four new yearlr subscriptions will receive THE Crrurx tree for I one year I EDIT...

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