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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1904

I THE CITIZEN 21 I The School r j t I JOHN WIRT DINSMORB Editor 1I + H + HIHHHlHlr 1 k 4DOES EDUCATION PAY AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY THAT TELLS AN IMPRESSIVE STORY Ely sown years ago my father a nat f t Ural genius in some res ects but un educated was n day luhorer in n f factory located in n Xorthcrn State t ° b Four SHIM were lx > rn and rearwl in Ihu liuinltln homo of that uiiHliicatfd + iiiitraiiic laN > rir Theyall 1tlIrnltl their father I nidi I VIIH tlicoIdcKt lion and used aver I oplHirtunity lo get a littlo education attending Ihu winter xchtaluM did tuI I IIIIIIIKXK and nil learned our father 4 ttllllItll I said nlKivi Illtill con tinue < l my education largely by home reading But for wvtnil ytiirn i work td at my trod only n few months o I th < year and with the money 1 enruui I attended hdiool My two broths r M y next of agi wcmed not to caro for an education negUcttd tllf comnion oplortllllltJ t J to leave it forever rOtlIrif encouraging my yoiiiigettt brother to rem...

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 April 1904

The Citizen Lx IXDXrXHDENT FAMILY NEWBPATO Pnbltibtd every Thurndtj at Kent Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Fublliher ciisciurrioN UATIW FATABLl IX ADTAKCB 11Etali Six months 0 Thug mouth > 4 roitofflc Money Order to Rind money by MM Money Order Cluck Drift RtfliUrtJ Letter or one and two cent tamps Tb lint alter your name nhowi to whet ate your tubtcrlptlon li paid II It li not eeekiifiereendti paoitd within tbpro iwetki alter tendlig nl Booty notify ui ubicrltiftr wUhlnj Tni ClTJIfM itopped Bait notify 111 at the expiration of tbelr iub expirationoihrwiile weshall icrlptlon paylni all arrrari otberwlu wa shall iRuwish ttcontinued knildir that thy wish it continued Motlfr Ut at one ofiany chanitl In your ad lrii tmntbotb old and nw addrewei Willing Number dot to wrappers coming iff In tpe main or otherwise will gladlj be IUPj suppied i ArIDIt wanted In every locality Writ lOrI Itrmi Anyone lendlDf ui four nw rnriy raticrlptloni will reed TRI CITIISN fri for in 7arI BUSINESS AND Ii I...

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 April 1904

nnnnnn FACTS ABOUT BROOM COR N A Profitable Crop Provided It IB Properly Grown Harvested Dried and Baled That tlio brush may retain a fresh green color after drying it Is nocossary that It bo dried rapidly and not ex rposed to strong light while drying Ti meet these requirements broom corn I I Is ordinarily dried In sheds A shed i 48 fowl long 1C feet wide and 10 feel to tho eaves will usually furnish auf ficient room for drying the crop from 40 acres If thoru lion Interval of three or four weeks between the bar vetting of ono 40 acroa and a later 40 acres the brush from tho first can be bulked or baled ami tho same shod used for the second The main rcqtil silos re a dry location a good roof with eaves extending some dlstanrq beyond tho sides and good ventilation throughout A common method of con ilructlon Is to place uprights eight feet I I I UltUUM tl > HN SfcLL IIALKU apart In sch illie Uon and nail to hrs four Inches apart strliM one and onefourth inch wide reaibtun ftlTOki t...

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 April 1904

ITHE CITIZEN I TWO NEW STATES After an Extended Debate the House Passed the Statehood Bill Tuesday VOTE ON THE BILL WAS 147 TO 102 It Provides That One State Shall Be Created of the Territory of Aril ona and New Mexico The Other One Is Formed Out of Okla ho ma and Indian TerritoryThe Name of New States Are Ari zona and Oklahoma Washington April 20SenateThe question of additional accommodations In the way of office and committee rooms occupied the attention of the senate tho greater part of the day The subject arose In connection with the provisions In the sundry civil ap propriation bill one for an extension of the east front of the capitol build Ing in accordance with sketches left by Architect Walters and the other for an outside senate office and com mittee building Much variety of opinion was expressed and the ques tion was still under consideration when the senate adjourned Several minor bills were passed during the day1I0useAfter House After a debate extending through the enti...

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 April 1904

re bileG3 4rbFGFi FtF4GG 4f 6 l trlMtFlnt 6GtPGtsFQ4aFGGGEE6GGG GQpR STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST o q NEW COUNTY OF DECK HAM Glaring Errors Have Been Discovered I In the Creating of It Krnnkfort Ky April HTio case of Carter county vs Brooks and Am I morman which Involves tho lon tltu I tionality of tho net creating tho now I county of Ileckham wan argued In tho I < court of appeals Thursday Tho point I urged In that tho now county docs not I contain 400 square miles of territory I as required by tho constitution and I that the counties of Lowls and Carter 1 will bo left with fewer than 400 squaro I miles of territory It tho now county Is created that tho new county lino is I loss than ten miles from tho county of I Carter which is also contrary to tho constitution When this COM was filed I tho alleged mistake In making tho sur I vey of tho now county had not heon discovered but In the argument before I the court of appeals Friday the glaring I I errors In tho survey will bo discussed ...

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 April 1904

I THE CITIZEN HMHHH I IEastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In fan by the writer The Mine Is not for publication but at an evidence of food faith Write plainly i 4HHHHIHIH X X J N r r r r r r r r H H + OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT April 10 Wo are having a very geld cloudy spring B B Botner is suffering from a severe cold Born to Mr and Mrs Cecil a fine boy Tom Price and Tom Lynch returned homo from Boattyvillo Saturday to pay their boat friends a visit Miss Nettie Lynch of Itoyul Oak visited Henry Prices family lust Saturday and Sunday Jack Kidd bought 7 Lead of cattle last week Grant Price of this County purchased fine farm in Lee Co last week Burgoyne Bother has a now stock of spring goodsC J Recce of Trav r elers Rest has moved back to his old oldi i home in Lee Cors Vina Price + and Mrs Lulu Pride wore guests of Mrs Bertha Botner last week Steve f Gum Jr paid Beck Board a flying visit last Saturday night Oat sow ing is about over in this vicinity CON KLIN0 Ap...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 April 1904

ttI 11 IftHt JAMES MILTON lACER Cdltr and Publisher maknd ref jA PfJIHIa a Sma ky CII uooad eICIII alaU4atf r H JvH J 1 I I I I 1 H I + IJIIIo t wr Proslclonts Oflieo X XnArdll nArdll Col logo H THE CITIZEN KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS I C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky + H t f I11ItMttiI1I4t Sixteen Departments Eight Pagest I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 28 1901 One dollar a year NO 45 11 IDEAS Moral aiinslon In much more effective It the child known that thero In a bnr rcl Btnvo in the corners A man does not next n magnifying glass to see tho dluiplel on the checkH or on hllrl8s J Money will not buy everything but It will buy the thlugti that you want FROM THE WIDE WORLD About 0110 hundred Miners were buried by nu uvnlanchu in Italy King Edward and Queen Aluxnn drln of England left Monday to visit Ireland IrelandTho Tho lews by thu fire nt Toronto if estimated to Ixi 0000000 Over 2M firms were Jlllt out of husiuetM Six ollkialu of tho Honduran Coy ernme...

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 April 1904

4 4Tn DIEDI THE LITTLE BOY THAT DIED Poor little dusty clothes nil torn Jly ruthless hands of brier and thorn And tranches that hi scrambled past When tame bright rulnbow led him last With pockets overflowing measure Of lll ortr l grimy treasure llutton and tall and stick and Btrlnc A little bit of everything And stains that show how lacking room It brought some spoil of berries homo Dear telltale garments Slow I lay With trembling hands cacti one way I may not put my tears aside Ah Little Boy that died Thw restless feet that went to God HOII many eager paths they trod 1 find their traces everywhere Thi happy roads he used to fare Here Is the line Hint led him far Into the wood where wonders are Grim beasts that hide In dens and lairs Indians creeping unawares Strung forts thrown up In oak trtes shade And snares and weapons strangely made And yonder where the grass Is bent I find a happy WI he went To reach the orchards cool content While herethis path he used to go To gain a certai...

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 April 1904

I THE CITIZENI HI I I I I ll HHHMHlK > The Home JBNICIK 1B3TBR HILL E4itm ofIHJJ H IIIIJH HIJHH I CHILD STUDY 7ty 7ppH M Window in Union Gul > cl New weekI r Tlio child who errs nliould Ira 1aR Kollc l and Blade to BOO thu enormity J rof hiM net ho ulioiild tinderHtmid that J somehow nnd nomw t lino ho iniiHt undo that wrong it would Ixnvoll to adviso him that lifo 1M all jmtchtw that thu I bravest men nnd women are those who mend tlio brenkn and IKHXHIIU purified by mifTorin CHIIHIH bysit A child Should 1o taught to do right for righteousness naku andn of through fear If paruntH would llitmwlvoH conform to the rules ofDr love and truth IMCOIIIO worthy mu tlof uoimiaiiloimlilo in short live till revelation there would hl no fear nothing but IMIICU and a delightful wrurity that hey would lieu njpiin pure HxllcHrt lives in their olTHjiring Continuc l nuxt week The Annual Berea Fair For Fireside Industries Will ho held IVrlneslay Juno 8 llKllh < > Ibreu Coinmentvmeiit Day I...

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 April 1904

I The Citizen II ImiriNDEirr FAMILY Nxwawm Jt tlMliliKl every Thnr d r at terra Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and fublUkw CBICRITTIOX RAPE TAVaata rn 4Dui a Qs year IUIO yearentbi 0 I month e n 1e4 mealy by Poasoci l4oaq Or 1 MM Money Dr411 Cfcsok Drsft faftUnt Uttr er ons sad two ont straps The Late alter roar nun shows 10 whet feu roar subscription Is paid II II to Ml Eknttd within ttinl weeks after stndiaf al Rf notify ns obserlb rs wishing THI CJTIW Stcpp d cit notify ui st the expiration of bIll sub E1m jlnt all srrfsrs othirwls WI ball hatfkctIdSiihaieJwith ITetlfr ns at oa91 of isor ohsan > ln yonr ado I eIIIY1nl both old and nw tddreuts j Jflsslnt Number dllt to wrappers comlnf I ifln Ihl Dslls or otberwlM will glade he sup Bd ifws an Aotlfled At al ir ntd In Try locsllty Writ foi rms Anyone scndlof us four new TStrly inscriptions will noel Till Cirutx tiN tot so year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 4 BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room AHservicc flratclasa f P...

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 April 1904

A HOMEMADE STONE BOAT It Dumps Its Own Load and Can Be Used for the Heaviest Kind f Work Make the boat In two separate parts a right and a left half Each halt boa a u y double floor ono level tho other In 7iP clined to tho middle of tho boat Tho lower floor must bo at least two Inches thick the upper may bo slightly lighter The latter Is supported at Its higher lido by a cleat on the lower floor Hinge tho two halves together by DITTAIL8 OF ItlNQi means of heavy Iron straps bent forward at the hinge as shown In Fig 2 The axis of the hinge Is wrenchshaped at f the top and Is fitted with a flat Iron rod shown at a In both drawings bent at right angles and so fitted that It may bd turned up or down Fasten the chain at the sides of the boat At tho rear Instead of heavy woodea pieces bolt the boards of tho floor to gether by means of flat iron rods pro TUB HO AT COMlKKTU Tided with a hook and ring for hold fog tho two halves together When rrady to dump unhook tho rear throw A down so as t...

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 April 1904

I THE CITIZENI LAST SUPPLY BILL The Senate Tuesday Passed the Military Academy Appro priation Measure A HOT OLD TIME IN THE HOUSE Representative Dalzell Charged That k Cockran Had Accepted Money to Support McKlnley8 Campaign The Latter Offered a Resolution Pro viding For the Appointment of a Select Committee to Investi gate the Charges Made Washington April 21S ateTho senate pasted tho military academy appropriation bill the last of tho sup ply measures The amendments sug gested by the committee on military affairs for a reorganization of the med ical and ordnance departments of tho army and for the establishment of a number of camp sites were thrown out on points of order Mr Bacon con cluded his tariff speech begun Monday The senate took a recess until 1Q oclock Wednesday Mr Allison In moving tho recess expressing tho hops that a final adjournment might be se cured Thursday HouseThe heavyweights had an other bout in the houso Tuesday with Messrs Dalzell and Cockran as the combatant...

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 April 1904

I tetFtlit GtttlMttllMMielf teW14il I iSTATE ODDS AND ENDS I J Dg 1 99 J ig 9999 p1 9 D39JiW 99i19i IDJ 19119ig ADJA9TpQ ILUCKY KENTUCKIANS They Are Entitled to a Fortune of About 1500000 San Frnnclsco April 22hcn Samuel David died on Allrll 5 In Iano hospltnlhero was no ono at his bed uldo who dreamed that tho soptuago narlan had an estate of > 1COO000 He lived In ono room at No 408 California ae 5street Ills most Intlmato friend wore Jullu Ibis and Attornoy J K Cowdrey Davis left a will In his owa handwriting executed In February 1896 It does not contain tho name of a slnglo devisee or dispose of any of his efltato and simply names HHi an executor Tho estate IB worth 1500 000 and the only relatives ot tho testa tor aro Jane Davis a ulster Mrs Ma ry Stone his niece and Henry W Da vis a nephew all living In Church vllle Ky KyKNOCKED KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS Harry Welman Seriously Injured While Playing Ball Lexington Ky April 23State col lege defeated University of Cincinnati 4 to 0 lu...

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 April 1904

tlsr I srTHE CITIZEN tl1111111101111111111111111111 Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published IUIIeu aged III tan by the Writer The urns II not for pllblicatlon but a all evidence of good faith Write plainly IHIW JllIIllll I 111 + Jo1 r II N 1 11111 I 1111 HIIIJlIIH ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON April 23Mrs J W Fowlor has heel sick for several da sIko Stewart who got his foot crushed by the train had to have it amputated but he is still improving The Liv ingston Lumber Co is putting in new machinery and willsoon have employment for the people Miss Birtecn Mullins gave a social at her homo Tuesday night to a number of invited guests was enjoyed by all present Refreshments were served and all bade adieu at 1030J F Cooper was at Mt Vernon last Sat tlny1I J Mullins is visiting rela lives heroMiss Corn Adams has re turned homo from Mt Vernon where she lias been attending school W B Sigmon and wife visited relatives at Mullins Station SundayMiss Mary Dyehouse returned homo Wed nesd...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1904

1 I MIMliMtH + J 1111 II II3ttItf JAMES Editor MILTON and Publisher RACER Sixteen Departments I CERTH 13Sigtee lilt Pa Snlertd at tkt Pottott clou nallmatttr at Berta Ay cu utond Eight Pages s 1 HtHHMHH unu + I I 1 1 VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 5 1901 One dollar a year NO 46y I IDEAS Sloop IB no contrary that It wont conic when you want It nml refuses to go when you dont want It When n man is hnnl up ho In opt to bo cut down When n man linn money what ho BnjH KOCH for wlmlom FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russia is said to havo succoodid iitKotiiitiiif n loan of 100000000 in 1arisKing King Udwiird nml Queen AIm nndni of England Im given nn ovation in tliu streets of Dublin Ire land Tho United Status bimlflI 7ji Kun lucky took part in tho naval ruvfmv nt Naples Italy III honor of Presi dent 1Ahd of Franco Russia has Kvvn ollicial notice to her ropresenlaUvos with foreign Powers that who willlIot accept mediation in tho oiiding troubln with Japan Tho Jajmneso ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1904

I WISH I COULD I itund and look In the glass tonight At a girlish form and a face thats fair With not u mice or warning of blight Nor hint or shadow of coming cure I feel to Joyous alive and free Growing old la a something thats far away I seen + aa If I must always be Young and happy carefree and car LVvp down In my heart does a thought unfurl t wish I could always stay a girl I then surrounded with fondest care Could love my lover and yet not wed Cod keep all my glrlleh dreams so fair Nor ever weep oer Illusions fled should then not grieve as a woman will Over fading beauty with yearnings vain To feel once more all the happy thrill Of love and loves springtime over again Youth Is so fleeting Old Time such a churl I wish 1 could always stay a girl My mother Is near me so tender true I turn to leave her yet long to stay t vaguely wonder If I shall too Look sweet and patient when I am Bray But he Is waiting for me below The one I have promised to love and wed Oh what does life hold f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1904

M c1 Rtar w + + = t Y erg k cz y 4 i i4T O 1 1 > J fM THE CITIZEN 3 1 + H4HIHHHHHIHrW tiThe I 1 JBNH1B LESTER HILL BdltorI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII + IIII i IsCHILD Jit Hrlnn M Will 11 W in Union ionitftffrll Cotillnmil nini lual Wtrkl Each child should IMS HJixlied and governed in the way that seems best fitted to his temeruiueiitdisH > sltiou and count ilut ion To whip some children in nothing less than cruelty while others mind it KO little that laughter hardly gives way to tears and till pt liiMII aunt is quickly for gotten Teach a child to consider the rights of others to consider his own act and its effect on others iu the home mid that child will not need cor porn I punishment Nor need a parent fear that lie will ever disgniee any memlxT of Hie family Tench the child to revereueo the laws of the community mid there will IK no necessity for eoqxmil puuishmeut Continued text week The Annual Berea Fair For Fireside Industries Will be held Wednesday Juno H HKI the liitrea Commeiie...

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

The Citizen Av ImrjcNDEirr FAMILY NEWWATO PiblUhtd every Thursday at Beret Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Publlibtr cnscmrnox IIATKS FATABLI 111 ADTAMCB j Q 103x x monthi to irta months 26 lend moue by PcitoBee Money orb MH Honey Order Check Draft Riiurt4 > Utttr or one and two cant stamps The Vale alter your Dame shows to what gu your lubicrlptlon li paid II It U nol UUf d within thra Jwesil alter sendl > < nl oner notify ui obierlbers wishing Till CmiM stopped nit notify ui at the expiration of their tub i et paying all arrtart otbaI1 we Shall lonNEer that they wish It continued Kotlfr m at one of Ian ohanxetln your ad It u giving both old and new addreuei Mixing Numbers due to wrapper coming W1ln nulls or otherwise will gladly be sup supi Agents Wanted In erery locality Write Of terms Anyone lending ui four new yearly RWrlptlons will receive Till Crmix fria for tat year i I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service flreto...

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

HOW TO CATCH MICE Sere Is a Trap Which Has Stood the Teat of Forty Years on on Ohio Farm w Of course wo have n cat and a dog but they cannot always get at the mice whenever and wherever they wish The corncrlb the smokehouse and tho col tar are places vhcro wo cannot leave R cat or n dog for any length of time Therefore we must use traps Them are several kinds of traps manufactured of more or lose clllolcncy of which wo have used only one kind tho round wooden trap with holes In the sides and tho choker arrangement 1 1 OU FRONT VIEW OP THAI > They are to a certain extent fairly ef ficient but last only n short time as tho wire springs rust easily The best thing we have In tho way of traps Is a homemade contrivance which has been In use for about to years and which hog caught Its thousands of mice Aft er so many years of use tho trap Is omewhat tho worse for wear and has been repaired many times and also shows the marks of many mices teeth Fig I Is n front view of the com pleted tr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1904

THE CITIZEN COURTS FINDINGS OOURTSPINDINGSThe The Itejiurt on the Cause of the Accident on the Battle ship Missouri BLAMED ON SMOKELESS POWDER An Unexpected Ignition of tho Tn o I Sections of the Charge Then iu the Gun Rr Adm Walker Declares That the Properties of the Explosive Have Not Becn Fully Understood By Those Using It Washington May ID order of Mr Darling acting secretary of tin navy the full findings and opinion ot tho court of inquiry which Invest gated the accident of April 13 on boar the battleship Missouri wero made pub licat tho navy department Tuosdaj With tho announcement that action br the department Was postponed pendln g careful consideration of Ufa ifinllngi s by IJr Adm Georgo A Converse elite of tho bureau of ordnance who will make a full report on them Textu ally tho finding of the court reads That the causo of said accident was the unexpected Ignition of the two sec clans of tho chargo of smokeless pow der then In the gun by what is term ed throughout tho pro...

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