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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

Fr1t l r c gJ i THE CITIZEN HHHHHHfrHM The Home JENNIE LESTER BILL RUtor i in HHHH + 1iI + + + Lone Life For Cut Flowers 1lnco cut flowers every night w where they will keep very cold until morning Just lx fore breakfast cut the stems hold tile aids of tliu HtuiiiH in boiling water for n wcond y r + and then plans the llowors in a vas of cool water to which has IKTII add 1el a generous pinch of salt it little aides or Home lx > rux Never cut Ktenm with a pair of hcissorn for that pinches the ulthiH of the stems to Maher and shoes the pones of the 1e Ntvin MI the lower cannot aliS4 > rb the water freely Uso a sharp knife for cutting the indn of the Htenm and make the cut in oblique fiiHliion h J When cutting lowers from hush or i plant always IIKO a paIr of scissors for then the end left on the plant i drawn together and the nourishment can go to the Text of the plant Flow ers will keep frtwh an entire week if cicaret for iulclligt ntlyMcry Tay lor Boss Gourds i An old mijHirht...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

The Citizen tx INDEPENDENT FAMILY Niwsrirr Published every Thursday at Here Kf t a JAMES M RACER Editor end PuUUher CBicnirrioN BATES rATABLB 111 ADTAJICB One Tar WW Biz months 60 Three month I 26 send moyb7 ro tofflc Montr Order b nu Money Order Cfeeck lint Begieet4 Litter or one ud two wot sumps the rat tfur roar name ihowi to whet it rour labnrlptlon li paid It It II not gated within three weeks alter eDdie u onty notify ui Bobicrlbr wlihltig Tag CITUM etoppe1 tanit notify UI tt thu expiration < their cub ErlptionMylnt all steer otberwli we sell Emildtr that they wlih It continued loUt m at one ofuny eBn Mn yocf a5 irw giving both old Iud new tddrcuc IHlafng Numbers do 10 npptn oouaing Ir In the raill or otberwli wm I l 41y w sup plied If we are notified Arcnti VfanUd In every looiltty Write tot uityaWrite sto uitya Atmsia Ansending ui four new r rly mbierlpUoni will rolr TUB CtmxK free Sat in year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing In every ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

I REMOVAL OF LARGE TREES 1 Long I lno < I Contrivance Which Make the Work Easy and Is Simple Indeed t In reply to a correspondent would la t that ono of the simplest and most eat itIn contrivances for removing r Inrgo trees on the farm or elsewhere wo have ever teen It shown In the accompanying Illustration In construc tion It IB very simple and cheap It can be made and used on any farm Tlio device consists of three heavy pieces of oak timbers or other bard wood five to eight feet long the size depending large ly upon the size of tho trees to be re moved Tho rear cross piece Is bolted on the lower bases as shown In the picture and a heavy log chain la at 8UKO roil HANDLING THKU8 ached to tho hooks or rings In the front pieces as Illustrated In removing a large tree a trench Is dug around It leaving a ball of earth as large as desired The appara tus is slipped around and under the tides of this ball of earth containing tho tree As tho sides of the boat are cut out and rather sharp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

THE CITIZEN PLENTY OF RUMORS Reported Five Battalions of Jap ancse Were Entirely Wiped Out on the Peninsula THE REPORT LACKS CONFIRMATION It is Said Cossacks Captured Two Jap Transport Columns Leaving the Army Without Supplies There Is Continual Skirmishing Be tween Russian Cavalry and Jap aneseCossacks Are Pressing Them In the Hills Uao Yang May 25A report has been received from New Chwnng say ing that on May 18 five battalions of Japanese troops reconnoitered to tho south almost as far as Kin Chou and ran Into leaf Gen Packs artillery which was strongly posted on tho heights In a narrow section of tho Lla < Tung peninsula and that tho Japanese were entirely wiped out The report lacks confirmation London May 25Tho correspoml eat of the Morning Post at Mukden under date of May 24 says It is re ported there that Gen SenncnkampfTt Cossacks captured two Japanese trans port columns thus leaving the Japan ese army without supplies in a dim cult country Liao Yang May 25Thero is con tln...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

I LA Ff GFG FFFFFGFFC irFFFt1FGFdFGC FGFFC FFC GFFFGFFFFFGFGCE u i STATE NEWS PICKUPS a IJ THE JAIL GUARDED I An Angry Mob at Central City Threat ens the Life of a Negro 1Central City Ky May 21 Central I City and vicinity are greatly excited I over a probable murder committed hero about G oclock Friday afternoon Richard Stobaugh while Buffered a tr k crushed skull at the hands of Jesse t 4 t Hobertson a colored boy 19 years old iJHoberl on was beating the noso of Joe 1 i StobmiRh a IG year old brother of Itlcharil Stolmugh against the ground when Richard Slobaugh walking up to them said Boys quit this now I Robertson resenting the Interference threw a rock which truck Richard Stobaugh between the eyes crushing r his Ikull Stobaugh lies unconscious and attending physicians aay Mil re covery Is Imiwsslble Stobaugh was an upright and honorable farmer re siding two miles from Central City o Ho uttered no threats and made no at tempt to hurt Robertson Ho has a wife and three children Rob...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1904

s < 5 THE CITIZENl t 061 H 1111 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 111 Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pubuhe4 uleu aimed ill fall by the writer The came is Dot for publication but a aD evidence of good fAIth Write plainly oJHHH IH J1I 11 11111 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 Nl H 11 I OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON May 20W B Roberts has re turned from the citywhere he has been tobiiy goods Andy Hamilton the dentist is in this county doing dental work Several of the boys spent Sunday in Cincinnati They report n good timeW J Bioko was on Meadow Creek Saturday taking pictures Circuit Judge Faulkner passed through hero Satur day on his way to Manchester where ho will hold court the coming week James Anderson passed through hnro Saturday ou his way to Rock Springs to hold church IeryicesF F MeCollum has returned from London whore he was a juror in the Federal court11 N Burch and his brother G W are working for the 0 K Lumber Co this week Isaac Burch visited Henry Peters Sunday and reports a lively...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1904

t t + H J IHJ + HHHf 1 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher 1 1 Knttrrrt at tin fotteflet at Berta Ay < u tteoml tttui mailmatter HrsII + + IHrJH JJo f t l 4 1114THE CITIZEN I i VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 2 lOOt One dollar a year NO 50 il I IDEAS Kntcrprloliitf cracker manufacturers will yet bo tniiutiiK imrrota to cull fur a special brand As tliero wero no plans houses in till tone age It wan not worth while txe > IK u boy r J When a homo trader tells tho truth yt > u may guess that It serves his IlUrl POBO butter ban n fib i Y Man born ef woman Is of tow days 1 i but think how many tilKhu hu hasl TAKE NOTICE 001o + 0 + 0 + od od 0 + 0 + 0 ho + 0 + 0 + 0 l o u + Berea College t o COMMENCEMENT JUNE 8 + + I 9 Exhibitions by Students f 5 t + Great Speakerst 0 fHomespun o 9 Homespun Fair 0 o + o + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 010 + 0 0 + FROM THE WIDE WORLDI The Oovoriiuifiit of Qiiilxi in to 10I noil to mi American syndicato 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. — 2 June 1904

iy rr LAND n OF IDONT ARE HEnE 1 When Im tick of my desk and papers When Im fagged with the wear and tear When I lone for a breath of freedom In tho Land of IDontCarcVhcre Tlien I look thro my office window 1 nut tho pit of the city street To the Ilea of the dim horizon Where the sky and the ocean meet And I watch the great clouds Falling Thro the paleblue smoky sky Mighty ships with the fairest cargoes Sailing peaceful and white and high And I mount to my private airship That will carry me up and away Thro the wastes of heavenly water To the shores of a landlocked bay And theres nobody there to meet me Out the people I know In books And theres no one at all to gossip Of money or creed or looks Out the fruit hangs low In the orchard And the grass waves mile on mile Where I sit with some oldworld hero On the step of a country stile And the West Is ablaze with Bunt And the air holds a touch of June And the bees and the breejte of tho rive Hum a wonderful restful tune but hark Whats th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1904

I THE CITIZEN u 14 + 1ltI rAI1 + 1llthht HHHf The Home JBKMIB LESTER BILL Editor HH Some Good Recipes Hnm Iatl erlIl8o maybe mud of the Hinall cultiiigH of cold nun anil furnish a juVamiiK variation from tin e cold lKjilo < l Hcmnl straight Tnko olin cupof cold ham cliopjHtl ono lialf cup of bnni crumbs one tea HMioiifiil of butter a littlo intifltanl and MtMr Mix thoroughly and iiiomtiMi withu little milk Prow into patty tins leaving n hollow in the middlo and net away in a cold pinto our night In till inoruiiif break an unlxatcii egg Into each patty and Imku in tho oven until the egg Nilotic luinl or suit IIH prufurr ar I wftiiHprufornslKMcallopiNl I earthen ImkiiigiliHli place therein a layer of cracker crnmlH with hitH of butter Halt and Iaq ixer and then a layer of hlicvu hard toiled egg inoiHten with milk and rejxMit until the dish Iff full IJjike in a nuxlunito oven A homomade yeant that will lx found reliahle for IIIoPu who live remote from stores lit aH follows 1wil and ...

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

The Citizen Aw JxD PE DINT FAULT Newsrirn Pnbllihed every Thursday at Bereft Kf JAMES M RACER Editor and Publisher cnscmraoN RATES FATABLX IM 1DTAHCK One year 1100 ale month M Three month 21 Sfnd moneybf Polloffice Money Ordt Ex rreu honey Order Check Drift Reftitere Letter or cue end two ClInt stamps The Date after your name shows to what jaw your subscription li paid 11 It 1s cot btmel within three weeks after eendlag us taoney notify ui Babierlbera wishing Tae CrnzM topped trust notify ui at the expiration of their tub KTtptlon paying all arrears otherwise we malt rouildcr Thai they U tnoni uedwe Notify us Ht once ohan r chtnr e1ayour e4 reIIIlnr both old cud new addresMi Missing Number dill to wrapper coming iff In the mill or otherwise will gladly be sup plied If we are notified Agents Wanted In every locality Write for lenni Anyone tending ui four new yearly rabtcrlptlOQi Hill receive THE CITIZEM free for me year IIBUSINESS DIRECTORY AND ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in eve...

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

r i1 firJ 1 i1 f J U I 1 THE COTTON BOLL WEEVIL II Eclentlsts Have Made Some Progress progreaIn in Their Efforts to Extermln ate the Peat Tho United Slates census report re cently Issued gives some startling UK tires as to the great damage done to the cotton Industry In the last j ear through the ravages of the boll weevil The re port gives the total crop as 10045CH bales of a COOpound standard This Is about 800000 bales leas than produced last year Tho total loss to tho state of Texas up to date Is about = 125000000 During tho summer of 1894 planters along the Rio Grande and southwestern Texas discovered In their cotton fields the presence of a small grayish long noted armorclad beetle about tho T1IK COTTON 1IOM WKKV1U size of a common houno fly The state and the planters were at a lots to dele effective means to drive away the In wader Tho department of agriculture fame to tho BFslttance of the plantar and lent special Held agents from the dl vision of cntomnlopy to make careful I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1904

ITHE CITIZEN THE SNELL MURDER The Alleged Slayer of the Chic ago Millionaire Dies in the Alaskan Wilderness TASCOTT THE LONG SOUGHT MAN At One Time Rewards Apprcffatiuff About 820000 Was Offered For the Fugitives Apprehension He Was Tortured to Death By Think ing of His Life and Belief That I He Was the Object of ofI I Pursuit Chicago Juno 1A special from Victoria D C says If the voluntary declaration of a dying man is to be be lieved finis has been written to tho historic Snoll tragedy of 1C years ago and Toscott the longsought murderer selfIdentified has paid tho penalty of his crime with penitence and now fills 0 an unmarked grave In tho heart of tho Alaskan wilderness whither he had fled for the effacement of his Individ uallty ualltyPhjllp Phjllp Robertson a strictly reliable man prospector and miner received tho dying mans confession and tells the story simply and dramatically Robertson left tho Klondike capital late last fall in a small boat bound for the now placer grounds a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1904

LQC R4C 44Pr4tiFC 4t CctCCCiCC IC 1 + F4C4444CFFFF4CFF444p ILQC a STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST fi J v I lI r KENTUCKYTENNESSEE FIELD i A DIn Increase In the Output of Oil li Reported Lexington May 30Tho Kentucky Tennessee Held shows 11 completions during thq week with a now produc lion placed at 300 barrels Tho best I Strike was made In Wayne county In tho Sllckford division and shows up for 100 barrels dally Six other strikes wero mado In Wayne county Knox county shows two completions and Cuinborlanil county one In the upper developments a 20lmr rol strike was mado In Kstlll county and n small producer camo In In tho Hathltnwun dhl lon Work In tho lat I tl tar fluid is almost at a standstill and tho production has greatly fallen alT A recent strike In Tennessee Is at trading renewed Interest toward the development of that state The runs from tho KentuckyTonnes see field for May will exceed those of April by over 30000 barrels print pally tho production of tho lower field In which somo b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1904

Y JTHE CITIZEN 1 i14It1Iti 11 zz H IEd1t1f4 tH I I 11 + Eastern Kentucky News No cortetpondence published nnlcu signed In foil by the writer The name it not for publication but ai an evidence of good faith Write plainly LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL L ieMHIilItHHH1 OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON May 28Somo of tho boys wore in Beattyville lust SaturdaT S Rowland was on our Creek few days back looking for cattle and mules1V J Blake and wife were on Cowcreek Saturday making pic turesU S Marshal Mays and wifo were in Richmond last week and returned home Saturday John Gabbard of lleidleburg was visiting in our midst Saturday and Sunday OJC Roberts was at lleidleburg last week on business Win Neely and wife of White Oak visited his father iiilnw Saturday and Sunday John Blake has returned from the West where he has been hording sheep John is an up todnto chap and has accumulated quite a nice Bum of money Andy Venablo and Joseph Moore wore in the mountains last week looking for cattle and sheep a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

t 1 or < lllll III li14iIIiiHHHH JAMES MILTON RACER I Editor and Publisher fnUrttt at IV Tooffet al Etna Ay III ucoml elau Maliwaiter IIW1UkrI I vi 111111 + 11 residents Utttc A Btr a College THE CITIZEN 1 tine eyes bare oon tho Rio 17 of tho com lug of the 2 I hire teen Him in the watch arul ofa bun drud circling 3 I baT ada nil ry got plot writ in burnished rows of a Ho has lounJod forth tho trumpot that shall nev er call re D In tho beau ty of the lil fee Christ waa born a crow the A Lord Ho Is trampling out the vin tago where the tamps They have build ed111m an al tar in the stoat Aa yo deal with my con tern ners to with treat lie is sift Inc out the heart of men bur sea With a Klo ry in Ills bo torn that trans vaPft of wrath are storoJj Ho hath loosed the fateful lightning of His evening dews and damps I can read lib righteous nentrnce by the you my grace shall deal Let the He roo born of woman crush the fore lib judgment seat Oh be swift my noul to answer 111m I bo fig urea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

I THE OBSTINACY OF EGOTISM q Suns the Jury said the man And 1 was only one Dut few of us there are who can Thus boast of what weve done M first the other aide had nine AnJ we were only thrtw The nine did stubborn decline To let the man tro free I never saw such mulishness As those nine men displayed I pointed out their foolishness nut still could not persuade Then one deserted us despite c The fact I surely knew That I am always In the right So then xve were but two The other bowed to argument That I refused to hear That I atone have common sense To me la very clear Eleven most pigheaded men I They showed themselves to be This fact wns proved quite clearly when They would not bow to me > Hut now my bosom swells with pride For when I walk the street ily vanity Is graU ed Dy all 1 chance to meet I note that I am pointed out By nine men out of ten Their comments show without a doubt Im worth eleven men Chicago Evening Post THE MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE BUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

r THE CITIZEN t JH4l + MIMHMHHHl The Home JBHIfll LESTER HILL Editor I I M 1 rtHHlHlHHlHlH Dust and one Of its Dangers Just now after no much rain wo do not feel in much danger from dust Hut just such wnrin moist times is what microorganisms Ilk mid these tiro tlio principal danger from dust JlfVro fifiiHin8 In a long nninu for nuch tiny tiling For till exist part they aro HO Niimll tliat thousands of them close together would not bo HO largo as tlio head of n pin Yet they nro living planlH and havo tuft lower of increasing much more rapidly than woods oven whew conditions urn right Some times wo call thmn tJlrlllH instead of microorganisms Sumo germs urn linrmliws or even holpful to luau hut most of our worst diseases aro spread by germs The germ which causes coiiHtiniption IH HO small that it taken ton thousand of them placed end to end to cover an inch The nmtlor which III coughed up by a consumptive contain these gerniH HometlnieH by tho thoiiHaiidn If it III Hiit Uxiii the grou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

w U V U the Citizen aN JNDZILDEICr FAKlLT NEWSlUD Pabllihcd Beery Thursday a t Deft Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and rubllihet I SUBSCRIPTION RATES rATABLI IM ADTAJICB I One rear tlM fill month r M Tbrco moDtbt 6 head monyb7 Po toffle Vone r OJ Xs BKIS Monty Order Check Draft RtgUMW Utter or one and two ant attnpe The Uate after your name shows to wha Itto Tour lubrcrlptlon li paid II It It DO ibtnted within three Jwwki after Mndtii ua Bonry notify ni Subicrlbtra wishing Tnt Crnztx stopped lust notUy ui at the expiration of their mt jcrlptlon pijlnc all sneers otherwise WI shill tonilder that they wish It continued Notify not sea of lany chanceIn your ad IrengfTlogbotb old and now addreue Missing Number due to wrapper coming off In the mall or otherwise will gladly be sup died If we are notified Agents Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone sending ui four new yearly rabccrlptloni will recelTa Tat CiliUM free lot > nll year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

nnn nnnn ItWATER POWER FOR A FARM You May Catch the Idea and Make It Useful for Your Own House and Darn A friend of mine has a useful contriv tfonce by which water la utilized as a power for light mechanical work like pumping stirring a vat of cream scar ing away birds etc It consist of a hole balanced upon a pivot or bolt to one end of which II suspended a weight and to the other a water bucket This bucket haa a large auger hole In Its bottom forming a rough valve the stem of which utrnovisED WATKII rownii projects an Inch or two through tho bot tem See cut The motion Is that of a walking beam First tho weight draws up the bucket Water running Into the bucket nlll It j and Itl weight carries It down lifting the weighted end When It strikes the ground the valve Is forced up letting the water out Relieved of Its weight the bucket rites only to 1111 and descend again The valve In the cut shows the loose plug with a head that colnpletcs the bucktt valve It has a pin or spike through It...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

II 1 I r r < THE CITIZEN FflfflffVIIIHfPff HHMM iI IHMMI t1JIi1INIJJJJJiJJIIEJ t Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LII d + II I H IIII lreslouHI i jDu Bread Where At Pre I r tons tonsMarion Marion Chasten is at homo from Brush Creek for H short visit I Call and see our lino of Mocha und Java Coffees Prestons l Mrs SC Franklin of Ml Vernon is visiting relatives and friends here Wo 8tilllid Mothers Bread Fresh on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sahlflla s Will Jones of Wildie has returned t from a two weeks visit to St Louis and the Worlds Fair Mrs R J Lewis of Eubnnks Pu Juski county is a guest at the homo e of her son Tutor C D Lewis 1 G W Gentry and family and fath er Pleasant Gentry of Red Lick arc guests of S C Lewis und family i 0 C Coylo wife and baby of Augusta Ky are spending the week with Mr Coylos father Judge T J Coyle Len W Hoskins of this place and 1Lell Lawson of near Wallace ton were married at the homo of the lhrhle Tuesday evening i Stephen Gabbardon hi...

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