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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

L oJHIIHI + I + 1 i JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher t entered at Mea rottofflct at BmG Ay at secondS class ma salter S HIHHHIHHMl H IM II M I s Presidents Qfi E X 13 a Oolle c H E C IT Il EN II 11 I II II I 1 III I1II4IF Sixteen Departments a Eight Pages I I fl VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1901 One dollar a year NO 32I I IDEAS I A ROTO head Is a sign of a shallow one Setbacks arc often tho secrets of success A good blower IB not always n good rikorGenius Genius needs to bo balanced with gentlenessTAKE TAKE NOTICE We have secured only a limited number of copies of tho great book Driven Back to Eden BO wo suggest that each subscriber read carefully the offer made in tho advertisement on page 8 of this issue and send in an order without delay FRQM THE WIDE WORLD Another battle has been fought in Santo Domingo A British expedition has been mis sacred in Eaat Africa The war feeling in Columbia is re ported to le dying out 4 The mad Mulahs...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher DEUBA KENTUCKY A CASE OF i VERTIGO EOOCy By J C PLUMMEH Copyright WM bj PtUr story Pub CoJ IT WOULD be Just my blooming luck IT meet Mackay tonight muttered Capt Duncan Strong cf the steamer Talisman ns he walked unsteadily up the street An evening spent with fellow cap tains jovial and bibulous Is not con ducive to sobriety and despite resolves to the contrary Capt Strong left the party drunk Most people would regard an oc casional lapse from sobriety us a mere matter of a headache brandy and soda and a brand new resolve but it was not Just to with Capt Strong He was much in lave with Doris Grey one of the pret tiest girls In Newcastle and he was en gaged to her provisionally lie had promised to refrain absolutely from ardent spirits and on this promise Miss trey had allowed herself to be engaged As a private citizens actions are not of international Importance It would seem possible for Capt Strong to get drunk In America and his dereliction not...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

PHH n FARM POULTRY HOUSE Deduncil for the Coinfiirlnlile Aeooni luiiilnllun of a Pluck of One I IIIUltI Iotvli Several Inquiries have recently been asked for poultry houses which will m hold about 100 fowls a profitable num ber to keep on most farms An fowls Co best lu small number and ure most easily taken care of In one house we give a plan of a building that combines I In a small pace the greater number of conveniences It Is designed to put tO fowls In a pen Yards should be attached of the width of the pen and at least 150 feet long If fowls ore to be kept confined most of the time A yard of thin length will then provide suitable space for 20 fowls without the toll becoming contaminated I An alleyway about three and onehalf JO I JHOl NO IhAN OK IIOUSi feet wide Is provided at the rear for ease In caring for fowls as well as to Rive added warmtl Th < nbulldlng should face In n southerly direction and be constructed of sound lumber through I out and built as substantially as anv...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

I THE CITIZENJ A GREAT INHERITANCE Will you put forth faith enough to take It Sermon by Rev L < > niuvrell It gives me great pleasure to bo back again in Berea While I was sitting on the platform tonight my mind went back to the old Chapel which was burned You could not use the old Chapel tonight Mr Presi dent it would not bo large enough Cut the dear Lord met us in the old Chapel and the dear Lord is with us tonight And Beloved we must keep our eyes on him if there are to be any victories It is one of Satans special tricks to get the eyes of men and women off from God Let every one in the house hem n a spirit of pray er I would like to see everyone here bow in a spirit of prayer that God may be among us God bless you We want to stick very close to the Old Book during these nights I have learned during these two years to love the Old Book very much I have learned that the closer we stick to the Old Bookthe more gladness God puts into our hearts We are going to read a little fr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

I THE CITIZEN J I r HHHIMHHHIHMHH ifc I I The Home i f 1JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor tlItIIIIHIHHHIHtII Artistic Home Made Rugs Artistic rag rugs woven on hnnd looms have beconto very popular for I floor covering in childreua rooms They stand hard wear and when woven lu two hRdOll are quite pretty The rags all in one color the warp furnishes tholothor One with the raga all dyed brown is woven with a right yellow warp Across each end in a stripe of yellow rags throe inches wide and enough of the warp is left to tie in fringe Another with tho rags all blue is woven with white Pretty ones are in hit and miss using only two colors Brown and yellow red and blue red and white and blue and white are good color combina tions A Uitful ArtlcU An important article that should bo kept about the house is a bottle of turpentine for its uses are numerous A little of it sprinked among clothes or put about tho closets will make tho moths flee or if placed where cock roaches congregate it will extermina...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Pnblliber BEREA KENTUCKY mot A PAIR OFoW GRAY GLOVES jritttttts utt liT Kathleen Illake Coleman The sweetest Joy the wildest woe 111 love BAILKY KESTUS was leaning back in her chair SUB tired The day was a hot one and the room the highest in a tall building was stuffy and close Far below the sun shone on a heap oC lumber that lay along the wall and a gray cat picked her way among the planks Dirty papers swirled and ed died in the hot wind A woman with a mop and pall crossed the yard and entered an opposite building Present ly she reappeared standing on the sill of a window and sending the mop up end down the dusty panes The other woman watched her at her work and a faint envy was expressed in her eyes 1 wish I were she she said tiredly How she must sleep at night Oh to bereally tired really worn out the way women are who wash and scrub and work with their hands and have no time for hoping and fearing Oh to be dogtired What a sleep I would have Then she laug...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

IJti ti lj I STATE NEWS ITEMS jf tllllA I tWWKttUmWWWW tItlArlwrif iKTiFSSRLiL4lSL4tLiL Ssl1L1LLi4i1Li THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY The Farm Election Dill Passed Ti I the Senate fthe Frankfort Jan 20Sonate Th o senate Tuesday passed thu Fttrrl + election bill which Is tho same bill 1lint was passed by both houses two years ago but wns lost or nhstractci 1 after It was enrolled It extends rog Istratlun to nut elnss towns and ru quires n voter to present a roglstra tlou certificate before ho can vote Senator Coxs bill to repeal thu scat tax on tobacco and cigars manufac lured In this stain passed unanimous ly Tho bill creating tho now county of Hfclihnni wan reported favorably by tho committee on propositions am I grlovances and made a special order for Wednesday at 1035 oclock Tin Joint resolution to pay extra clock and messengers In the house and son ate wns adopted Senator Myron pre seated President Thorno with a gavel from the manual training school a t Frankfurt House Mr Kennedy presente...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1904

THE CITIZEN 1 The Citizen As INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER Published every Thtirjctay at Bcrea Ky JAMES M RACER Editor mid 1ubllthtr sunSCIUrTiON RATES FAYA1IIK IX ADVANCK One year SO Mix months 10 Three months Send money br lotoOee Money order x pres Money Order Cheek Jlrall Ueglteflt Letter or one anti two Cut tamp The l nte after your name shows to what date your subscription Is paId If It Is not changed within three Iwetk niter sending na money notify nt Suli crll > er wishing THE CITIZEN stopped must notify us at the expiration ol their tub Krlptlon paying all arrears otherwise we shall consider that they wish It continued Notify UA nt onre otiany chaneen your ml dress giving both old and new addresses Mlmtlne Nnmlicn due to wrappers coming oirin the malls or otherwise will gladly be sup plied If we are notified Agent Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone ciuUit ui four new yearly subscriptions will receive THE CITIZEN free for one year II II yearEDITORS I EDITORS C...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1904

fH + I HIIH + H4i I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I I Xntntd nt the rottoflct tit Bern Ay at second I ciao madmatter I III 1I11h III1 ± III + ttt I + t I ltla la llrolte THE CITIZEN IVOL V A Family Taper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 1901 One dollar a year NO 33 IDEAS God uevordenmmln the impossible It is safest to floo from tho act that will not boar reflection A hand in tho pow in of ton worth ten arguments in tho pulpit I 1The devil never yet made a lock 4p that the love of God coud not break TAKE NOTICE See the Editors column page H FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russian troops era said to bo gatturiug along tho Yalu river Disturbances at PyEng Yang I Korea are increasing and native rebels are threatening foreigner l A treaty providing for tho extra l dition of criminals has been signed by II1Rru South America and the United States A Russian Rtoamiihip was fired upon three times outside of Chemulpo liar hot by a Japanese warship No harm was done Emperor Willia...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1904

SPARROW WISDOM When nuns iirv of and winds arc fctronj And hawk rind owls break out In ions A little utrU 01 dusky feather I Tons in the ilooryards nil day Ions lite tIPt U but u slender sound That ripples fnin the Kpougy Ground Scarce louder than u locusts shrilling Hut laughing children love tho sound With sweet putted lips they watch their purst Of the barred coat and ushcn breast Or touch with curious awestruck linger The email eggs In his hairlined neat Yes and when twilight shadows crrcp To wrap the world In softest Bleep Prick up their heads from snowy pillows To earth his wnotclI drowsy deep They tooth trustful brighteyed band Of cnttaKo chlldien oer the land Whnt are they but a Hock ot sparrows Who claim crumb from every hand Their prattling voices down tho street To loving hearts are music sweet And half tho paradise of mothers Is in their dimpled knees and feet Trot every Kardrnplot has room To hold n tree of peerless bloom Xo revery spreading tree can shelter A bird of w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1904

i F THEs CITIZEN j I il JHHHWHSHIMJHKHH 1 I The Home I IiJINNIR LESTER HILL Editor hW1HlHHHHHHHHH J hW1HlHHHHHHHHHMn Haw blue cut un organ mRn10llnI lyAn I Illllw theyre klndrr Ratlin1 ready I Y J Tft Invite the neighbors In The nelf tnnlruclnr pliown em I s How to Iciirn to play rill quick i With how to Inner on the keys An how to hold the pick Now Mnrl UII paw All right aaya maw i An youd laugh to hear em play j Away Down Houth In Dixie An The Lovrd Ones Far Away Thou paw lie gets befuddled An maw gets way nhnd It sounds like hats a crenkin In an old tlnm rlckerty bed raw trim to make the tremulln On the end of every vane An maw du tries to roller him Which makes It all the worse nut Home Hwctrt Home they got down fine Per It ion of comes to maw An gives her eyes a tender look Which sort of tunes with paw Fred II Manta C 1 1Iluw to lake it ftnatlirrn Snrrrlrocat Cut HIMJIIRO cake luto squares 2 by 2 Inches Iny n sweetmeat which may lx > n piece of Kinder pear or peach pre > ...

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

r The Citizen AN INDEPENDENT PAMILT NEWBFAPM rubllthrd every Thur d y at Bert Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Publlther 8UIISCRUTION RATES rAYAHLI IM ADVANCE One year 1100 Nix monthi M Three months 24 fIn1 money by Postof lee Money Order Ex frets Money Order Check Draft Regmerea Letter or one and two cent jump The Ute alter your name shows to what lato your nubtqrlptlon U paid If It li not rbamed within three weeks after Mndlig ui Money notify ut Kiiliicrlher wishing THE CITIIEN itopped must notify ui at the expiration of their tub tcrlptlon paying all arrears otherwise we lhall tonMJcr that they wish It continued Notify uaatoueoftany chantetIn your ad Irrutivinc both old aud new addrciset Mining Numbers due to wrapper coming err In the mall or otherwise will gladly be i ul filed If we are notified Agent a Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone tending tn four new yearly subscriptions will receive Tin CITIZIN free for me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY TUE OLD SPEEDWEL...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1904

tI t 3o4Go40tG1 t44GrvOQG4RwoQGtO otly0ifit0i04OQQt144ttQ Lo STATE NEWS PICKUPS 1 a c oanl na osaoa9aa o3oa a > aca tnoas ra a raaatc a naati KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY In the House a Republican Wat Un seated and a Democrat Seated dFrankfort Jan 2GSciiatoSena 1 tor Charlea Carrull Introduced a bill Monday prohlbltliiK any state county or city oinclnl from holding any com inlttceshlp or other omco In tho Rift of any political party except delegate to any convention The senate by unanimous voto passed the bill rees tablUhlnK tho state geological survey for two more yearn with en annual appropriation of 15000 to carry tho work loft off Bovcrnl yean ago when tho survey was abolished Senator Cantrlll Introduced a bill creating till Kentucky Tobacco Growers Commis sion and names tho commissioners lit tint bill and urnvlilna that when a vacancy occurs It shall bo filled by the remaining commissioners Tho duties of the commission will be to look after I bo Intercuts of tobacco growers In ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1904

IITHE CITIZENI 0 I BUNCHED PARAGRAPH 0 RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THI9 AND ADJOINING STATES Million Dollars Will Ue Cost of StY Stnto Capitol Itepiitril Volcano Komiil to Ue an Illicit Still War rant Issuetl For ARt Slim Frankfort Ky Jan 29 The pat 0 cnRO through the senate by unanl nious vote of tho houso bill approprl ntlng 1000000 for a new capitol at Frankfort marked the end of a fight which had been waged for the re moral of the seat of government since tho days when Henry Clay came tt the legislature as a representative fiom Lexington and started a fight which has been the cherished ntubl tlon of that city till the present ses elon when Lexington Louisville am other towns joined in and aide Franlfort for the present bill Three Fatally Hurt 0 Mlddlcaboro ICy Jan 28 In a headend collision between a Southern 0 railway and a Louisville and Nash vllle train here three men wore fatal 0 ly injured They are Joseph Man ring brakeman of Mlddleboro both arms and both legs crushed will die 00...

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

J The Simple Life By DR R A WHITE Prominent Univcrsalist Pastor of Chicago InULTI1A1E 1LTIVATE simplicity live within your means follow ChicagoIn beings instead of the crazy jaded overworked overplayed o vet dressed set we are The modern tendency is to become enmeshed in a complication of wants necessities and confusions like a fly in a web The mere struggle for existence has become woefully complicated Business has taken on such complexities as to rob it of pleasure and threaten it with constant uncer tainty Our pleasures arc complex Simple entertain ment no longer satisfies The stage the press art fic tion and music arc all in a mad rush to create or find new sensations for restless dissatisfied patronage burdened with many cares and oppressed by an indescribable ennui Simple tasteful dress scarcely exists we arc an overdressed people ruled by the latest convention of clothcsmakors We arc mad over superfluous wants The people worry most over nonessential things No one is any happi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1904

III V THE CITIZEN ill l EDITORS COLUMN This week and hereafter the instruc tions to subscribers will be found on page four first column followed by a business and professional director which we feel sure will be appreciate both by reader and advertiser Our offer of the AMERICAN EAHME free for one year is extended this week to March 1st in order that many others may take advantage of it in addition to the many that have alread done so Do not fail to read the opening chapters of our great serial story TilE MISSISSIPPI UCIIBLE which ap pear in this issue The publishers price of the story in book form is 125 so that our readers are letting more than the cost of a year a sub scription to THE CITIZEN in this one story alone As to its merits read the press notices in our ad on page sixIn In addition to the editorial of last i i i t r this week we publish on page 7 oC issue n second article on the Brown low Good Roads bill Be sure to read it Sample Copies A large number of sample copies oC ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1904

i i JfHIJHHHHHHWl I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I Kxirrfit nl IAN foaeflet at Bum Ay < u second eMu mallmatter HHHHHHHHHHHihH l > XJ omen X lreshlcnts 1 DarelL Ool1ogo I THE CITIZEN r I 1iII1ItIIII1t Sixteen Departments ii Eight Pages ii I sI VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 lOOt One dollar a year NO 31 IDEAS I Our wills determine our work Spiritual strength ia tho stJ ret of strengthTho Tho breadth of our influence de pends on the depth of our earnest seas i UMBIts no UKU for n man to pray to his 11 Father so long us he prey on his brother Jlaint horn TAKE NOTICE Tho regular weekly nrtieln on Eastern Kentucky at the Worldn Fair is crowded out thin week b y other important matter but will bo resumed next week Local will be found on last page thin week instead of page 6 M usual FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mexico bas iiuutxl a decree forbid ding any persons bearing firearms to cross the border of the country The feeling prevails in Lond...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1904

i I LET HER ROLL I know I know Where streamlets flow And ripples Ring the sun To hollows far Where shadows arc And tinkle as they run I know I do Where me and you Lithelimbed and clad of FOUl Skipped pebbles where The shallow Hare And where the rapids rolL The past wAil gone The morrows dawn field nothing to affright Nor me nor you Ute8 tildes were blue And kltucs meant goodnight And nights were wee Twixt thee nnd me We stretched our days out long Ere sweet Goodnight Was passed from night Sweet Morrow came along I And your two hands Were just the bands That held my world together And held in stress By just a tress My soul neer tugged Its tether Lets live tho then All oer again In mmry to soul The days were glad That we two had 80 let the old world roll J W Lewis In Houston Post THE MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE BUBBLE I BII EMERSON HOUGH I Author c1The Story of the Cowboy The GIrl at the Eilfway Hou Etc t OcpJrtgLt by Emtnou Ooaj h CHAPTER IVCovnxiKi Ho cast on the ttblo tho Indian ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1904

Ij P 1 JIJII1H11 + IHI11III1I1H IITh e Home J JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor HHHWHJHHrHHHH HHHWHJHHrHHHHTEN TEN LITTLE TOES ll by 10 clad In his tilglilfpmn white filMjrrnt parr u Mil good lilxtit And omcl > o < ly tells for unmobral knows The trrrlMo ale nf ton little toe + KlRht foot This big toe took amall toy Hum Into the rii > hoiird after the Jam This little toe raid Oh no no Thli Illtle toe wai nnxloui to go Thli little toe Mid Tint quite right This little tiny toe curled out of night Left hat Thin big toe got lUilileuljr tlubbrd This little toe got ruefully tubbed j ThUllttlefrrUlitcnrd toe cried out UrarnV This little timid toe Hun UIulu owlIllmll a Jar with a loud elam stem Title little Irony too got all the Jam CLARA O DOIIIVKK Airing the Clothing An unhygienic custom in prevalent in some families of allowing children to sleep in the clothing worn during the day The effete matter thrown off from the skin thus becomes a source of impurity to endanger tho health and com...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 February 1904

The Citizen AN INDEPENDENT FAMILT NEWSPAP Iubllihed every Thursday at Bern Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and PuUliher i scnscmrnoN RATES FAVAIJLE IN ADVANCE One year HJ Six months M Three months 25 Send money br roitofflc Money Order Ex Orer Draft Reglstei UeglstertLreetter Letter or one and two cent stamp The Date after your name shows to h3t lato your subscription li paid It It la nol thanked within three reeks after tending u money notify us Subicrlliera wishing THE Cmziy itopp must notify ui at the expiration of their IUbo KTlption paying all arrears otherwise we ball tontldcr that they wish It continued Notify Untonce otiany chunie < tn your ad ere glvlug both old and new addresser MUiln Numbera duo to wrapper combo off In the malls or otherwise will gladly be sal plied If we are notified Agent Wanted In every locality Write tor terms Anyone tending us four new rearly lubucrlptloiis will receive Till CITIICN free for one year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY THE OLD SPEEDWELL B...

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