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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1904

I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor end Pubiliher BIIlmd al1Ac IIoII aI flew Ar aecond tau 1IItI1I1IIQ1fr H44I + J + + lIt HH + z N4TIDE CITIZEN 111111 I H I + rl + I1 Sixteen Departments Eight Pages IVOL VA l Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 7 1904 One dollar a year NO 12 I IDEAS Hani llnusrallroml track A person wlio likes to henr lilnisclf talk iHiit BatlHtUxl to bo his own nu dlvnco dlvncoNearly I Nearly every mnn thinks lint vroro q jtiRtlcu Bonn his hlro would be hlKho A man can always hnvu tho last word by waiting until tho woman la ailttft TAKE NOTICE Remember there are only 8 weeks loft in which to make your guoanoa in our Worlds Fnir Con The time ia short make jour guess at onco FROM THE WIDE WORLD rrumlontDinz opened tho Moxicnn Congrtfw April Int It ill Htnltsl that tho HimMan forces in Manchuria nrt > Ixjiiifj ro iiforeod nt tho rate of 1000 men daily This years Australian wheat crop in iwtimatwl at 11XX000 bushclo u ovo tho butt proriotiH record Tho...

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 April 1904

q VrEr 61tihll I I Y h THY HANDS ARE TWAIN Thy hands arr twain by one life lame Bout back with blonn blow Ily ore with toil with tin lent moll At n thou cly l im growl whlj tcolni here revurbcmt r ° hlle rucks unhewn of work await fine hand to war mart pledge Must swing with one tho sledge Thy hrndu BIT twain by nne let gain Heap high thy gulden tON Jly one then give that Joy may live In lives bereft and poor mlaerlyDut But that another eagerly Prom rote rrhuge and deep May feltai Gods fainting tljfcp painSf sc < tl como lofty crag By one then clasp some brother grasp graspho Thy hands urn tviln for Felf In vain Thy hand + dfc > nlr nhntl Blp but air If both dare clutch the IIky And leave n lirothrr die Louts 51 Waterman In S S Times t THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE By EMERSON HOUGH AutbcrofTho Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the Hallway House Etc I CopjrlEht Hut br Cuitnou Iloafh CHAPTERXXI CHAPTERXXIMUSSASKBB MUSSASKBB This boat now lacking Its propelling power drifted on and out In...

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 April 1904

1 THY HANDS ARE TWAIN Thy hand arc tnvtln by one lifes bane Itaat back with blow on blow Uf our with toll with tireless moll Make thou elyniim grow MVMiv toralna tleree reverberate AVhi rocks unhiAvn of work awult 0 Land to war must pledge Mu t owing with our the icilia Thu h ls nre twain bjr one let gain linr hl11h thy cohltn store lly OK then give that Joy may live In livts bereft and poor Xft no hand dare hI mtwrly lut il at another eagerly I om lotror huge and deep Miy bless Gods fainting tUjftp Thy taads nre twain by one with pain SUM fast tome lofty raK Dy l then clasp some brothers grasp Who eke may downward ilritff Thy hand are twain for self In vain Thy band drupalr riuill flip but air If both dart clutch the sky And leave n brother dlrl Louis M Waterman In 3 S Times t THE i BUBBLE MISSISSIPPI I By EMERSON HOUGH f I Author ofThe Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the Hall way ooaeEte CopjriEht na4 br Ciutnou Houjh CHAPTERXXl 1 ME33ASEBE Tha boat noW lacking Its propelling powe...

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 April 1904

h 0 I I THE CITIZEN 3 1 1 111 11111111111111 The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor W HWHtH4HHK I f jTIa GIRAFFE GIRAFFEI r I AND Tim ELEPHANT 4 One tiny the giraffe nnd the cie lIll e river Nile It win n wnrin inv and they were both rather out of sorts ned Inclined to III discontented I ugre > with you wild the giraffe hotly Ue were unite to le perfect sights Why In the iiamo of 001 II 1 Ill we were not miidu better looking I cant for the life of mo we Look nt my rubber neck Ita no long nnd ugly rIIIIt I feel uneasy whenever I shout In a society Why I cant find a plnco In t all Kgypt where I can gel a Boll it to flt me and even If I could I could not t nolt Itt money rnouih together to pay for I Luvliin It wimhiil Everywhere I go all 1 It the rude nnlmnli yell out Itubberl I boreI beets mode right and not with n neck n like n stcpladder or n flagpole tbeets true nald the elephant widlr And Just look what a slglit I am Its bad enough to be covered with n Idle s c like leather nil wri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1904

41 I = rw + a v 41 ocr wr + + ti yc wriald aq t ww n ayaocr z 1i f i THE CITIZENf r I ii The Home I 1 Jeanie LESTER BILL Editor H 1TliE GIRAFFE r I AND Tim ELEPHANT One tiny tin Klrnffe and the clc plintit niit on n jilnln by tlir aide of tc river Nllo It wns n wttriii tiny raid they were both nilljcr out of sorts HIM Incllmti to bf illHcontiiilid I unrr + with yon IInhl the RlnilTe hotly We WIN toads to hI perfect 1 lights Why In HIP name of comlm aa 1 we wore not nntdo better looking I cnnt for the life of mo one Look nt u11II rlhint I feel uneasy wboncrvr I grout In society Why I cnnt find n place In all Kcypt where I con gel n collur to fit tuo nnd even If I could I could not h got money enonnh together to pay ror bavin It wnubwl Everywhere I go nil the rude animal yell out Itublierl I I declare I dont see why I couldnt hare been mode right and not with n neck like a stepladder or a flagpole True tnie paid the elejihant undly And Just look what a sight I am Its bad enough to lit...

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 April 1904

The Citizen Air INDEPENDENT FAMILY NKWSPATO Pnbllihtd nUT Thursday at B ita Kf JAMES M RACER Editor and Iubllther rnscuiPTioN UATKS PAYABLE IX ADTAXCB ADrascnOne 1100 ttli month 60 Three monlbi 25 Rf nil money by FoitoSlc Money Order Kx > frtU Monty Order Check Draft XXj Better or one and two rent itaraps Th lint after your name chows to what late your tubicrlptlon li paid It It li not canted within three weeks alter tending ui Money notify ui Bulxcrlliera vrlihln Tnt Cmiix topped putt notify ui at the expiration of their iiib Krlptlon paying all arrears otherwise we shelf tonitder that they with It continued Jfotlfr ua at ones ofiany chance In your ad Iroi giving both old and Dew addrcuti I Mining Number due to wrapper coming Iff In the malls or otherwise wilt gladly be sup plied If we are Aotlfled IUPI Agents Wanted In every locality Write lor term Anyone pending us lour new yearly nberlpllon will receive Tin CITIZIN true for me year lorI I BUSINESS AND I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY...

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 April 1904

yarrsax = w E FOR LIFTING BIG WEIGHTS WEIGHTSr A Contrlvnnca Which Is EnMly Mndc at Homo and Strong Enough to Do Heavy Work Tho Illustration show what I term my lltllo Sampson a contrivance for Jilting heavy weights fly studying tho figures carefully any handy man can tJmalco tho woodwork whllo tho Iron parts can ho left with tho blacksmith No 1 Should bo Just C feet high 1lanbi for ulilo pieces nro 2x8 Hocks At the ends arc 3x318 and firmly se cured by four bots S Inches long Now comes tho Important part Tho two rows of holes HH shown must 113 exact Lay oft pUnks with two Btralght linen just < Inches apart Now lay square on the plank so that small bind J will cross the two long lines end v 8UUSONI 1DhTILS OP MTTM SAMPSON mark tho entire length In 114Inch tpaccs or Jut tho width of tho square blade Now provide yourself with a Jtlnch bit and boro straight through nt every other Junction of sectional lines this being finished wo win star on the other lino and bore on the crone line...

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 April 1904

1 I THE CITIZEN < + t1stsIfssIss s1sctslfsI 1 + sH1 + 3 + H + sIHH1 + I H r Berea and Vicinity J GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES l JV WJ I1jji414lrl d + + Mrs Sallie Burns has returned from a short visit in Kichinond Miss Grace Cornelius and brother Bert are homo for a short vacation from their studies in Louisville Miss Jonnio Hanson is assisting in the post olfico during the illness of Miss Anna whom we arc glad to ro port as improving Boy Mason Jones of Moriland i Lincoln county attended the meeting of tho Sundayschool workers at the Congregational Church Grover Fish returned Tuesday from St Louis whew ho has been employed Ho is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism Mrs McBain and daughter Gor trude returned this week from an ox tended visit with her daughter Mrs Park who lives in Richmond John Welch Misses Dooloy and Hilda Welch who have been attend ing school in Louisville are sending thoir vacation with their parents Mr and Mrs S E Welch There will be a change in ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1904

4 ive + tNI + s YOr Fd i iINfHqN I ii 1HN + r i e Hio1 I I Interesting State News I + e + + iIo + N + S + I fJ + rfA ts + M + W No MJo1 THE WHISKY MEN Will Organize to Test the Tax La N Recently Basted Y Ioirtirlliti Ky April Iltvr ry wuolessvlu whisky UcnUir In the State of Kentucky DM been notified of u mwtlntf which will tt hold In Lout i 0 vllta Turday Measure will be lake n V lo light the legality of the law Mfrs M I by the last session of Ibe legislature taxing all compotiiulera reel Ifler i btrndenaad ndultpraters of whisky 60 cents for every barrel of the prod net which they turn out and 25 e ° nl II for every package containing lets tbnn a barrel barrelOptloni + Options have been lOt red on prop erty In New Albany and JcfferaoBvllle iind the Imdlng irma declare that they will move actors the river Ctnelnuatl loss beer waklnic proposition for tho rectlflen to move to that city ALBS WERE LARGE aittert SaW te Contain Whisky VIal Sold In Kentucky lFxtmrton Ky April ITh gun <...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1904

F III THE CITIZENj Eastern Kentucky News No oonespolence pnbUlhed UDleaI signed In fun by the writer The DAme Is not for pubUcaUon but AI AD evidence 01 good faith Write plainly + 11 1 1 1 I IJ I I J I I I I I I I I I 1 OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD April 2lYe arc having nice spring weather nt prcsentA severe thun der storm swept over this section last wlOkJ D Lander the sowing nmcliino agent was in our vicinity recently C B Mooro has recovered from an attack of la grippe Samuel Colo has moved into his new house that ho has recently had erected There arc no now cases of smallpox reported at this writing and it is hoped that there will be no more Hurrah for TUB CITIZEN and its many readersIsaac and Edward Gab bard of Cow Creek are hauling logs on Indian creekMrs Barbara Minter and her children returned homo Wednesday from Booneville whore they had been visiting rela tives Marion Chandler has moved on to the farm of R W Minter at this place Harry C Eyersolo of Lon don Laurel county was hero 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. — 14 April 1904

JAMES MilTON RACER Editor and Publisher ItrtUfflf al tAt POIloIt4 al BtrM Ir QI second tlau etal matter t11 + tlIt11IJ1tI11It11II 1 tresBeru tycollogo e nr Ne N N THE CtTIZEN I V0I4 V A Family Paper BElt EA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 14 lOOt One dollar a Tear NO 41 t IDEAS The ConjjrtMHlonal Ihtortlla light lit eruturu In Unit It makes goal kin dlliiK dlliiKIt It dole not require n in I ml reader to discern when a wonmn uieuim It when l she nays no No couutcrffltor believes that adrcr tUlUg pays lU lllH bUHllHBH TAKE NOTICE Remember there are only 2 wook left in which to make your guosara In our World Fair Content The time is abort j make your guess at once FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Anglo French colonial treaty web rllgllcd rllgllcdFornitir Fornitir Queen iKidxjlla of Spain iliwl in Paris of influenza Great dumngo tens done by earth ijuiiko in Macedonia in Europe ThomiiH McGovoru n Nationalist uitmbor of the English Parliament in dead in Ireland King Christian of Denmark 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 April 1904

0 Jp J BYEO DAD Pops cut tj gj to town llyoby Popt got to put you down Dont you cry heft evening shadows fan In we hear nlffbtMrd call rhea well forget II all My Oh my ps not to kin yu now Kin tae by Ufti a such a rawdr dow Jly oh my > opa got to go away Pop fat to work nil day But h Tn come home to play By and My While the slow minutes RO HyeeblM Pap wUl just ilrvum you Itrow ner of yen Dream of the evening sweet Druun of the girt hell meet Hell bear your Ituchler sweet Sweet and true Hrfl UI will romp again Jut as glad forget the parting pnln Ve hnve hail 3e drarle kiss me liy So dearie ilont you cry NuW wave mi > fJnb1 I Byoo Dad J M Lewi In Houston ft THE MISSISSIPPI I rdlSSISSIPPIBUBBLE J By EMERSON HOUGH I Author of The Story cftbe Cowboy to The Girl atlfceHaliwajr Boat Etc i I Coprlbt IMi by Kiutnou lioueM CHAPTER XXII UiNTixrEii A soberness had come over the habit Df the master minI of this little col on His hand took up the ax nnd forgot the sword and gun Day after da...

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 April 1904

CITIZENI j i THE CITIZEN < iI faaiaaaaaafiaaatttirliaaThe The Home JBHNIB LESTER HILL EdItor 11111111111111111111111 Thn luclnilrlul Itrrnlallan They spun anti knitted I the nun P the good old 1011 the Rood old way wnYIIAn P till good old days the Rood old ways wnysThe t round The uptiidle hummed and the laughter runi Ah lioiirit work had a merry Bound Will n the world win young They mind the thread of tho whirring loom In the latter day the wary days Fur the soul and joy thorn In no room dOIIThey They piece the inappd thread one by one No Pang li SUIIK and no tale In told And Ihrrra little mirth beneath the sun For the wottd II old Harrold Johnson FALSE IDEAS OF EDUCATION trmn TO TII t tat nr N E r A KM LaiR Ill the education of our children let IIH Ixi careful to give them till right irons of the valuoof an education Too many young men and women look iixii education IIH a nn > aiin of escaping hunt work lint lit ono over attained any ainotint of HIIIVCHN in any calling witho...

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 April 1904

The Citizen in 1 iirxsi ire FAMILY Nzwsuna PnblUhed every Thnrsdtr at Beret Rf JAMES M RACER Editor and FublUher CBICRiraON RATIH rATABLB SM ADVAXCB Oa Jar pale Mz nonthi III Three soothe Mad money bT Post one Mow g > 4jf 3 > title loner Order Cheek rah R UtMl Utttr a one and two act suuaps Tk bat alter your name shows to what yonr subscription ti paid U It b DM E ld within Ihrss web after Mndtog M eDII notltrua obserlbtrs wishing THl Cintx Stcyptd Most notify ui at the expiration of their tab KMptlon ptylD all arrrn otherwise VS shall ahaloo0diy Hotify ni at egos ofiany dunnCln yonr ad INM giving both old and ntw addreuaa IflMlBS Knmben dill 10 wrappers ooralni I if in the salt or otherwise will gladly b sup I IJn lied II we are otlOtd Aget Want4 In every beauty Write 10 S lenil Anyone undlni us four new yaariy 1IlC11pllou win reeeife Tae CITIIIK free for III year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing in every room All service firatclaaa Popula...

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 April 1904

I BURNING OF COB CHARCOAL i Its Use Is a Material Insurnnco Against DiseAse in Hog nnd Poultry Especially Cholera Cob charcoal U made by burning dry well preserved corn cobs under a nmotliccd Ore The simplest method IB to dltf a funnel shaped pit as shown in the cut starting A fire at the bottom and so adding cobs that the fire will bo gradually drawn to tho top of the pit when completely filled Over tin mouth of the pit place a sheet Iron lid or other fireproof covering making thi CHO88 SECTION OK PIT edges of this perfectly airtight by seal ing with earth After this mass has smoldered for 10 or 12 hours a very rood quality of cob charcoal will be found upon removing tho cover when the mass should be shoveled out and spread to prevent the possibility of combustion and burning to ashes Charcoal Is as valuable for poultry on fur pigs because of Its cleansing and absorbent properties being a most effi cleat Internal antiseptic Its use Is a material Insurance against disease es peciall...

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 April 1904

THE CITIZEN JAPS SURPRISED Nearly 50 of a Scouting Party Shot Bayoncttcd or Drowned and Their Boat Sunk THE RUSSIANS SUSTAINED NO LOSS Four Russians Were Betrayed by Ko reaus and Were Chased by a Squadron of Cavalry The Latter Were In Turn Attacked By a Boat Which Had Come to the Rescue and All Japanese Were Killed St Petersburg April 13oen Kuro pat kin In a dispatch to the emperor bearing Tuesdays data says that Gen Krasnallnflkl on the night of April b ordered a detachment of sharpshooters r to cross to tho left bank of tho Yali opposite Wlju Tho sharpshooters landed on the Island of Samallllnd and surprised a patrol of 50 Japancs scouts Just as tho latter were ap proaching the east side of the island In throe boats The Russians allowed tho Japanos to land and then fired on them Near ly all the Japanese were shot bayo netted or drowned and their boats sunk The Russians sustained no losses NonCommissioned Officers LouchJ klne and Souhaschonov distinguished themselves In tho fight O...

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 April 1904

I 71 SYSYS1 WltItII li YS7tYSCSY 111Yt1k ilklladlY41t6111ffYl451lFtiKhii111k11XIftl01fA1tfp ISTATE NEWS ITEMS g JWWXWWttWwVmWWWdWv1 I o1ll ttiLtiiLalltiSALtTil1 I1r11 cr WiI1l lit SHOOTING DURING A BALL GAME Coley Hayden Wounded By Lee Ander son State College Student KxIiiRton Ky April JColey Hay din n inyoarold town boy was shot nt tliu State college baseball park Fri I day afternoon hy Ixo AiulorMon n III State college HtudiMit who wits acting q nt guard at tho park TIll Inillul on IIII tored llaydpns led shoulder and In 1fl1Ctetl a serious woundt Iollru Capt Drown and Detcctlvn Bavngo wont to tlio park In arrest An demon KnowliiK the reputation of the student body of the Ktnto collcgu they Intruded to lIIalll tint arrost aa unoxtvfitatldUH an po xlblo and save I tho tt who wore citizens clothes went Into tlio park aloui As noon an An derson luarncd his mission hu pulksl his ruvolvur and declared that ho would not submit toitrrent A crowd of 200 Stale college students backed him u...

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 April 1904

ITHECITIZEN 1 1 I I I I H I I I I 111 11 I I I I 1 I III I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I J I 1 I 11 + 11 I 11 I Eastern Kentucky Newsi Zfo correiponience published unless slpied In fay by the writer The name IH It not for publication but a an evidence of toad faith Write pLtinlyi 1 I 11 1 H I I I III I I I I I I 11 H I r 11 I I 11 H HIHMIHHIH OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Apr 7We are having some lino weather for farming at present Editor Racer gave his com si > ondent hero a friendly call recently There has been a good raft tide in the rf v ers and those who had timber made good use of the timeW R Rob ertu our merchant was in Beattyt hl le a few days ago on business Win Mays our U S Marshal went to Frankfort last week with more pris oners The remains of Leonard Peters were sent home from Flat River Mo last week the funeral and burial occuring March 31 We were all sorry to hear of the death for Leonard was a fine lay and loved by all The bereaved parents have our deepest sympathyMiss Nannie ...

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 April 1904

r i d1WW1t1F HI H III I d1WW1t1FJAMES JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Pullllher esf std oHAc Portofa at rta is aecoNd cI4N elan mbar 111 vi I 11 H I I I I + H 11 1I LtobitlaflIsOIIINu tt J 1R 1aul uI1 W nrU THE CITIZEN Ht I void V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 21 lOOt One dollar a year NO 11i IDEAS If yon wirth for content do Illuch and tixMft little Flit want of nmiruto knowledg nmktH inont MrfMim opinioimof lilt In value A man continually furgetNso that if ho docH not continually learn lit will know loss and lass 11 TAKE NOTICE Thorn who wish to lake part in our World Fair content must have their iHtiuwttM at THE CirrzEx ollieu by April ilUth or they cannot IK count Ml Old and new cubscrilxsrH have entitled thcniKulvcM to IOO estlinnte HO far Kutneiiilxr thero in but Due week more of thin contest IM < Subscription Blank pugua FROM THE WIDE WORLD The main font of tht Japanes army in reitorted to have reach tl WijuTlie Tim destruction of tIrtvut pulao ...

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 April 1904

1Lfr A WINTER AFTERNOON The Bun disconsolate and dim Uv chilling cloud rebuffed Shines like a brdilma candle left Upon the shelf unxnuffed A little Hock of cliUkudee II plaintive In the liummtetul trees Too little air there Is to away The dead vine by the door Dui faint sounds stir In tho dry leaves That strew the orchard floor As It the Kurments of the day Sere rustling as the rivals uwny Alo IK the hedgerows hero and there Slrtne red steins of the brier Anti dusky homestead windows hold A scarlet Hash of tire The bold wing of a crow astray Is rtrnngely black agulnnt the gray Onl bar of rusty red Is all The smothered suneet shows No room there Is for twilights grace S l swift the darkness grows But on faint harpstrings In the wood Some stray wind Plays an Interlude A ffork of gulls nbov the marsh Within the fleeting light Files toward the sea where one dark ship Seems bringing In the night And ocr Its Icy masts full soon Hiiigs the blurred lantern of the moon Susan Hartley Swett In...

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