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

L F44QttGRG6QG6F4ttrti6E6 iF6FiPr46CCfi4 6GQ Ff6GE6t14r4GC Pa 1 INTERESTING STATE NEWS b DECKHAM COUNTY i The Court of Appeals Sweeps It From the Map Frnnltfort 1 < April 30Tho now county of HeclUitrm was given a knock out blow Friday by the court of up poala The governor killed tho bill creating Thorno county by vetoing It t and now tho court of appeals practl colly vetoes tho governor by putting Hock 1mm cbunty to Bleep Tho cases Involving the legality of tho Ucckhara a county act were Zimmerman vi Brooks and Zimmerman and Urooks vs Carter county In reversing tho judgment of the lower court and or daring a now trial and full bearing JUdgo Hobion nays tbo conktltutlonal provisions must lio strictly compiled with withFirst k t First be assorts no old county car bo reduced to 1M than 400 square shallM contain leas than 400 square mile third thb boundary line of tho now mile from the county scat of any of thu old counties from which the new anti Is created and fourth that no county...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1904

I lru CITIZEN I tHHHHK + 11111111 I I IIIII I II I HH IluH t1HIHK Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published anleu signed in toll by the writer The name It not for publication but AI an evidence of good faith Write plainly 1 + 1 I H 1 I I + H H 1 I I 1 1111 I I I r 1 I + H l + I 1HHHHHIHHfr OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Apr 30Tho farmers aro hustling plowing and planting cornJohn and Paddio Gabbard of Cross roads aro visiting friends and relatives 01 Island Creek Louis Cerlo our asses Hor was killed last Saturday eronill g by Price Moore causes unknown tt tho writer T B Venablo and II L lkckuell have been working for the 0 K Lumber Co for the las t week Steele CoIl of Lower Buffalo has been visiting friends and relatives in our neighborhood for the last few da sGeorgo Bowman who has IJeeu working at Ileidleburg for tin last year has returned home to work the coming sUl11nllrThe small child of Curtis Burch whilo its mother was washing by accident caught on fire and was seriously i f ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

ff r Presidents Office X JJoroa C I1egol + l 1 1 1 1 I r I r 1 H 1 IMftl1IIM 1 rt ia U Sixteen Departments S CERT Ii E C I TI Z ESixteen Pages Entered at IAI Podoff clou mailmotor al Sena Ay 01 tteontl 1 I + I + HI HHIII HIHi1 H Ii VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 12 lOOt One dollar a year NO 17 I le IDEAS Homo inun are HO Bliorlnifjliled that llioy will employ small jwlatocfl for wed They are tliokindof jium whu do not Ixjliuvo in diication Kuinily expcnson mid uniiiiiil Hub FeHeriplious uro liko revolutions They never JO backwards t If a good act benefits no ono olser it iMMiulitH tlio door TAKE NOTICE If you are in arrears with The l Citizen or if your subscription ex pires in this month you will find a statement folded in your paper this week Read our generous offer on page 5 carefully then fill in blank and mail to The Citizen Berea Ky at once Be sure to be among the first 50 and get the extra premium FROM THE WIDE WORLD It III II II 1101111 lCd t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

r lw OPEN wiNDOWS Like ter alanj my winder open Long about thin time f year Like ler ice th leaves aUrlftln An I sorter like ter hear iuroff birds u calllu callin Like each one ud spill Ills thoat I An the Air Is taturutrd With tho sweetness of each note An my heart frets like a goblet llrlninlir full o Bpnrklln wlnel An the nay my fouls nllftln I caret hardly blleve Its mine I Ami my fret are almost jlggln An the dlory of the Sky Sorters got mo 0111 coin I could flop my wings an flyt I could almost Hop my pinions 1th a glad ecftntlc whoop An jest whirl up out the winder An go southward with a whoop I An perch somewhere In some treetop Where falltinted blossoms cling And Jest spread my fare wide open An permit my soul ter slngl But they aint no pinions on me n I couldnt sIng a note It alone the sort o anthem Thatd split n fullers t IV oat Hut I can sing In my fancy Till the music seem ter roll An I do go swoopln southward On the pinions 0 my soul SO I slam the winders open Hoer year...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

v r ° o THEICITIZENI i 4IMHHMHHHIH 4 fr 4 The Home JENNIE tESTER HILL Editor It HH HrIIIHH + JHH CHILD STUDY 1rJ Jill Jlflni M lliiiftoii ill Union Qo ptl News Ifltk1tIo t Think more of thu cliildH diet and v lift of ahiiHlii liiHNiotnaeli and thuru L will 1M > Letter children Give thu t child K > otl plain ftxxl and plenty of a it iMaiiM by thu way form an nlincwt iL i Mrfci diet at least two hours ro ft creation in till ffiwli air and put him 0 to IN 4 early nutrition limit exceed IIHlo tlutruforo thw mtinuilly for K IJIMI food also ttlcop in n great rue ° jwilrurof wastu > heels thu child clean physically and inondly Iimtill into the mnall mind a roverenwi for till Creator teach him that ho in hut a tiny part of thu universe and that every wrong acLwill bring Its conHequcntpnniHh ment Teach hint to rnortnco IIIH taxly and when ho iwkH qiuwtioim aimuur them honehtiy Lire with tr him grow with him lovu him and r yon will luivu no thought of oorH > rul punIMhnlnulf f Fil...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

The Citizen Av INDEPENDENT FAKILT NEWSPITO Fnbllihtd every Thnrfdtj at Bena Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and PublUhtr r i DDIOniPTION RATES rAYABLl UI ADTAJICB One year nATESI Six months M Three months M t 0nd money by Poet ofBc Monty OMr Sx pnee Money Order Check Draft RII1ltrei rlollt1 LIter or one and two tnt Bumps Tbe 1UU after your name ihowi to what I late your subscription II paid II It li not i lban rd within tbs > teki alter iendl c ui honey notify uI ubtcrllxra wlihlng THI Crates stopped Butt notify ui at the expiration of tnilr tub jenptlon paying all arrtari othirwlte wa ubej Balder that they with It continued Notify 01 at one ofiiuiy ehanie ln your a4 addreUU Iren ring both old and nsw addreuea Milling Number dill to wrappen coming pain the malli or otherwlM will gladly be lup lied If we are aotlfled Agent 1VnUd In eery locality Write for lermi Anyone tending ui four new yiarly 1C willsending rnUcrlptloni will rtoeUe Till CITUIN Ira for kna year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

I v PLANTING TIiE FARM YARD How to Make Home Grounds Attrac tive and a Source of Never Ending Pleasure ThU is the time of year when those persons who with to make Improve ments In their homo surroundings dlhave the matter most In their minds dl It is A suitable time for looking Into the future and making plans The carefully considered preparation of plans Is much more Important than most people Imagine One of the greatest reasons why the homo grounds on farms and In suburban neighborhoods are so unattractive Is that the work Is not planned Enough money Is lent In many case some I1fYl l It Is always best to decide In advance as far as possible what the arrange dent of the grounds Is to be to put Foal TVIICAL KAHMYAHO AIUIANOE MKNT f this down on paper and to follow tho plan through a scries of years We strongly recommend this undertaking to anyone who Is seriously Inclined to secure a good result In a great many places one sees farmyards upon whlcn a considerable amount of work has b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

e 1 THE CITIZEN THE COMMONWEALTH i c THE STEEPLECHASE RACE One Jockey Was Seriously and Two Painfully Injured Louisville Ky May l1The fea I Lure of the card Tuesday was the Lou tS isville steeplechase stake with 1000 added In which eight highclass tim ber toppers faced the starter Tho event was won by Presgravo though ta was fouled all through the stretch by Fallola Handvlce finished third Golden Link Tatar and Volontlne fell at the second jump and Jockeys John ion and Carter were painfully Injured Raylor remounted Volantinc but did not finish Golden Link and Tatar went over the course without riders Outcome easily beat a good field In the first race Jockey Johnson tell off Seminole in tho last race and was serl ously hurt hurtKENTUCKY KENTUCKY RED MEN They Are Holding a Council at Pa ducah Louisville Ky May 11Tho grand council of Kentucky Red Men began Its session at Paducah Tuesday Offi cers will be elected Wednesday H 11 Denharty senior sagamore will become grand sachem and H H M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

GGFFFtFFFFFF4FGFGF4FFF6tlfltnw I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS s I I b7999999 99979999a b999999309J999999it999999J9999 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Threatened Contests Between Bradlry and Yerkes Did Not Take Place IxMiisvllle ICy May 4The threat cued contest between former Oov W O Hrndloy and CommlHHlonor of In tonal Revenue John 1Y Yerkos for Iho Control of tlio republican atat and ccnlrnl committee failed to inn tcrlallzo nt the convention Tuesday In two speeches which won him ova dons Mr llrudley declared for liar mony Ho moved that the rules nnd order of business bo suspended beforo the report of Uio committee on creden tials should be announced and that Mr Verkes tho temporary chairman lie unanimously declared permanent chnll man Tho same motion applied to the retention of Samuol J Roberta an j Young K Allison as permanent secre taries Tho motion was carried unani mousy nfter It had bean hold up for uomo tlmo by former Congressman John D White who was finally howled down Tho platform adopted ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1904

THE CITIZEN Eastern Kentucky News No correlpondence pubUlbed unless dined In tall by the writer The tame Is not tot pubUcatlon but as an evidence of fOOd faith Write plainly otItIIII I I 1111111 I I IIIIIIfIIIIIII1 I I I 1111111111 I I I I I MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE May 0Mrs Clam Longs little granddaughter Clara died Friday afternoon of pneumonia Mis q Limbo lliggins of the East End is critically illlit her homo Mis Fannie Jewett of Lexington visited the colored Baptist Sundayschool Sunday She is district missionary of the Consolidated Sl1IlIla school ConventionThe concerts given al the Plymouth church last week undei the suiwrvision of Edward Gordon were a grand success We are glad to note that Miss Anna Berry who has been ill with fever is up and out IIgaiuThe Sewing Circle of the Bethel church will have a May Festival beginning May 23and ending May 20 with a rally There will bo musical entertainments II drill and many interesting features during the week Everybody is invited to att...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

I unD H + S + tfIIIIIt H III I I I II H r r r r r 1 HH JAMES MILTON RACER p Sixteen Departments r Snltrtd at Utt Editor Pageslrase and Publisher 1t I IVOLV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 19 1904 One dollar a year NO 18 11 IDEAS 1 It is the man who sticks to his job who IWCQIIICH skillful and imloHiid I cut at liiHt goadt t mill good planting and good tend fug God docs tho rest t A cow tlmt is raw lonttl in tho spring time must Imvo had a thought less or lazy owner last rlillI Some jwoplo forget that Sunday I comes onco II week and a man needs i an hour of worship on Sunday an t much ns ho needs his daily ftxxl TAKE NOTICE Col Goo W Bain under the aim piees of the Y M C A will deliver a lecture on 4Teinmnmeo next Monday night in tho Taleriiaclo Thin was to Imvo IHXMI last Wednefl I day night t FROM THE WIDE WORLD I Secretary Shaw signed a warrant efor IOXKJXX in payment for tho Panama Canal prorty i According to a dinpnlcli received in St lxiiin IttiHsia wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

riMEI PLAY riME lust a pair of pouting lips Just two eyes of blue Why should 1 give up my book Just to play with you Why should 1 net down and roll On the Hour with your Do you think It quite enough That you want me toT Dollies dont appeal to me 1 dont care for toys Thats came Im rowed up you set Little Rlrls und boys Are supposed to play with them Xever growed up men Youll be grown yourself some time thut will you do then I expect youll roll around All around tha Hoar For some little baby wee Itaby you udoro Im too old to pluy with dolls Oh my Kymoblue lint Ill never be too old Jut to play with you I will never be too old Jitct to prune and sing Or to hold you on my foot While you dip und wing Till your yellow mass of curls 1kmts out on the air Look out now Im coming down treat we a pair What will 1 be first a Jos1 Or a trulu of cars Slmll I be a Jumping trog Crooking at the slursT No I think Ill he a dog Chafing after you Look out for me here I cornel Boovoo wi MV w < owoo J M ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

THE CITIZEN J t HII + HHI + IIII + IHHH The Home JBHNIB LESTER lULL Editor I iHtHHHHHlHHIlIMlIll iHtHHHHHlHHIlIMlIllCHILD J CHILD STUDY I lly Ililen M Will II 10 11 ill Union itK > rl New doncIii < l 1 mm lot wock WInthiT children Hliall ln > wliip > e1 when tIny mrd punishment is a iUHton that novur was nsked by tlio fathers and mothers of former Kvnur Yintiolill Corjxmil punishment was so iiiiich a matter of course Hint Sparu tho roll and HJlOI1 the child ill gewr ully accvptcd IIHU Irtiisui That inoro children nro not Hx > iU > d sMiiks volumes for tho inherent JtIIllIIlItII of till mm Never whip a child when you nro flhigryLILS said to n mother whom I know knowThou Thou I should novor whip at all nJlIit1I I And is not this too often thocasof Wo punish to nIilIIr own vexa tion rather tlmii to oiioll till child Many parents worn to forget that a personal rosjxwHibilily ami duty go with the bringing of a child into tho world Tho mother is with her child all day Sh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

1 The Citizen b TKDXFCNDENT FAMILY Ncwsrira robllihtd t rerj Thursday at Btrr Kf i JAMES M RACER I Kdltor and JubllberI iunscmrTioN RATIU lATABLl IK ADTiXCH Oat year tlM Blx month M Three months 211I send money by Post olde Money Order b Retldelitter litter or one and two ant stamps I Th 1 > M after your name shows to what late your subscription li paid If It li cot lamed within three Iwtsis after tendlig ui I on notify ui i Subscribers wishing TBi CmtcM stopped lust notify us at the tiplrstlon of their sub I et paytng all truer otberwlse we ball adder that they wish 11 continued ballI Notify us lit one ofiany chaniXln yonr a4 lr s giving both old and now addrtwes I I Misting Numbers due to wr ppel1l coming I lied the malls or otherwise will gladly be sup plied It we are aotlfled Acni Wanted In enr1 locality Write for terms Anyone sending us four nw yearly lobscrlptlons will receive THI CITIIIN free for ins year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

PLAN OF BIG SHEEP BARN Structure Like the One Here Described Will SnIt the Needs of Most Farmers I would like to get somo good plan fifor a sheep barn 32 feet long by 23 wide ik with corncrlb aloliR one aide 32x5 feet wide and 8 cot high and one shed on the other side 32x9 feet wide Will somo sheep breeder please Rive height for nld building what pitch Flal what kind of roofing to put on with nlne foot driveway alongside of corn crib I want sheep below and hay above v Jii an Ohio farmer ritadcr The correspondent aska for a plan but describes the plan very fully himself Probably he sveks the method of con struction more than a plan Fig 1 shows a structure 1C feet high with well braced frame made of 2x6 and 2x4 Mantling This will give quite a good dual of storage for hay In addition to the sheep stall corn crib and tool abed If however bo Coos not rare for so much storage for hay he can use struc tore shown In Kip 2 which will or course take tome INN timber and siding but will require...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

r THE CITIZEN I JAPANESE TROOPS They Practically Arc MRsters ol the South End of Liao Tang Peninsula PORT ARTHUR ALONE EXCEPTED The Destruction of Dalny by the Kusslnns Was tho Result of No Sudden Determination i It Was Primarily For the Purpose 01 Concentrating the Entire Russian Force For the Defense of Port Arthur St Petersburg May 18 Advices ro celved by tho general staff show that the Japanese are practically master of all of the southern end of the Llao Tung peninsula save Port Arthur and the territory commanded by Its guns This result so promptly brought about Is duo to the falluro of the Russians to mako opposition of any consequence to the Jnpaneso advance A member of the general staff said to a press representative that the re moval of the guns from tho fortifica tions erected at Kin Chau and the de struction of Port Dalny were primar ily for the purpose of concentrating the entire Russian force at Port Ar thur If the men and guns were scat tered the effect would have been...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

1 IICOaM aaatwaFaFat r STATE NEWS ITEMS I jU WITH FORGERY A Kentucky Lift Insurance Man I I A Charged on Two Indictments Henderson Ky May 13Wm I Egard formerly a local agent rt tho New York LI fa Insuranco Co was in dieted In tho circuit court Thursday charged with forgery Tho flrot In 1 dictment charges that he forged the name of Thomas U Farley to an 9ppli a cation for 5000 on Farleys life tho paid amount bolng apportioned Into policies of 2000 1000 and 2000 t The date of application Is Juno 21 1903 Tho other Indictment charges that Ksard forged Farleys name In I tho assignment of a 2000 policy to I O W Crutrhor cashier of tho tender non Savings bank July II 1903 Kgord pleaded not guilty and gave bonds Kgnrd Is also defendant In civil suits by the Now York Life Insurance Co against F II Frayznr and James I Dean for tho surrender of contain pot Idea under fraud allegations NEARLY AN ENTIRE BLOCK Dig Glare In Shelbyville Caused Much Destruction Shelbyvlllc Ky May 12 Almost tho oiitt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1904

If THE CITIZEN t 1 + 111111 I IFIll 1111 11 1 IF 1 H HIM1 I Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence pnblithed unless signed in fun by the writer The name ii not for publication bat at I evidence of good faith Write plainly JI I I 1 1 1 1 111 + 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H + I H 11 11111 ttIttltitt 11111 + 110 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY May l2P M Fro has returned from Berea College and is now en join life at W M Becknclls Tho Oneida school chased May 8th The mule with which D J Kidd of i Sturgeon was planting corn on the second day of this month ran away throwing him and putting his leg out of plnce Ho is in bed at this writing and cannot mmoW M Reyes purchased a new cow last weekThe cars arc running on the tramway of Island Creek with per feet easoMisil Dory Carmack has returned to her now home at W M Hoys and will remain there for some tinioL L Lynch aged 88 years passed awayon the 20th of April The body of Eleck Bishop n citizen of Clay County who was drowned the last of March was found the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

f K IMMll1MIlIllMlMII IMMll1MIlIllMlMIIJAMES JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher hitered at JU Pettofflet at Been Ay u M onrf MN MIIIIII 1 I < Presidents Office X Derea College THE CITIZEN Ii tcn think alike and you think alone That never proves tis ten to one They are right you wrong for truth you see Is not a thing ot majority It never can make you false them true That theres more of them than there is of you If your touch is on Truths garment hem V Theres more of you than a world of them Tis not alone in the Orient region That a certain heros name is Legion Nor was it only for once to be That the whole herd together ran down Jo the sea JA r < Your zenith for no man else is true Your beam from the sun comes alone to you And the thought that the Great God gave you brain Is your own for the World or the Worlds in vain i tt oped is a na of tho Into Abram 8 Hewitt former mayor of New York and a millionaire Tlie new light Is ob tained by the passage of an electric cur rent th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

THE FOUR WINDS The vast whit murmurs of the Ilea It fi ears a song of revelry It brings a uavory perfume Caught from the tlnglln gaily spume With deeptoned chants It brusquely comes An when n gale through rigging hums And when man feols It In his face Hare browctl he fain would rise an t trace The pathway to Its staring place mat thn south wind lIngs of roses That dream through day and night Of poppies red whoa poses Seem echoes of delight Of lotus that unclosts A Jewel to the sight The west wind whirls across the plains With word of wonderful domains It whispers wanton songs of gold The west winds way Is brae and bold It boasts of how Us circling arms Heap treasures high on endless farms And men whose brows It comes upon Arise In strength ere It Is gone To struggle ever on and on But the south wind comes with sigh ing With spices and with song With echoes low replying Tb measures held full long A message ever crying Of lands where pleasures throng The north wind bears a chilling br...

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