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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

CC G4GGliGIrGGGYrGG6GG6rG GGGC c GGGGGGGGGIrGGGGtrCGGGGGGGCCpR 5 R INTERESTING STATE NEWS i rJ l atr s n sss 4 BOATNER NOT GUILTY Tho Verdict In a Case Involving An Alleged Conspiracy M owonlboro Ky June 31 W Boat nortvas acquitted In Hartfonl Ohio f county Thursday nfternoon on the 1 charge of receiving stolen or ember zleil funds Iloatncr Is now a free man ns there aro no other charge HRalnst him In the state courts Thc trlnl Is tho outcome of Iloatncr ship ping through tho American Kxprosi Co In August 1902 a packaRo wild to contain 28000 A II HchllUbatim the agent In Kordsvllle said ho was hold up and robbed of tho package Roamer and ho wore Indicted and trlol on tho charge of conspiracy to defraud The commonwealth failed to convict thorn Srhlltzbaiitn was then tried on the charRO of embezzling money from tho Illinois Central railroad Ho war found guilty and sent to tho penlten tlary Hoatners trial just ending woi on the charge receiving tho money the agent embezzled The next ch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 June 1904

cSfl i THE CITIZEN r wIH 1 + ttt119I Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless lined In tall by the writer The name Is not for publication but ai an evidence of cood faith Write plainly HtHHH + 1 1 + 1 t 1 1 11111 I 1 J t 1 H 1 1 111 1 Jell I IJ1 111 + 1 1 I I MADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELD J JunoIGrass corn and every things else on tho farms aro growing i rapidly Prof Hicks is conducting t a singing school at Speedwell Tho class met Sunday afternoon Some beautiful quartets wero snug hr Prof Hicks and wife and Prof Adams and Miss Lakes Mrs Parks of Sjwcdwoll is doing valuable ser vicons organist for tho church at Vinj ForkT A Shelton and wife and Miss Kate Denton of Union City were visitors at Brassficld Saturday and Sunday Tho Memorial service at lied Hill Cemetery Monday wero disturbed somowhat by tho heavy rainfall but were splendid neverthe less P F Adams was tho orator on that occasion A committee was ap k pointed for tho purpose of carrying on tho work of cleaning an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

HIrU1 + JAMES MILTON RACER Itr 111 Pher aelerrd III 1M Poe c III Dena Ar a N e asaR neWr Brooks Ida L JOi THE CITIZEN 4 l I 1 Y I 1HiI 1 Sixteen Departments jHight IIVOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 1C 1904 One dollar a year NO 62 e + 11 11BEREA COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT The day was perfect Thoro wan no Oust of nny conwMiwncrt It did not rain Tho tompornluro won most pleasant Tlio crowdwhich was variously estimated at from 0000 to 8000 wax exceedingly well behaved It was noted that a larger proportion than usual came in carriages and that tho audicncu which crowded in to the Tabernacle at tho opening of nny m niou for tho most part remain ed throughout the exorcises of that fItflHiou The tiorclsot Tho exhibition given by the sewing claw of draughting a waist pattern according to tho measurements taken of ono of tho members of tho class attracted much interest Tho papers by tho graduates from tho Farmers Course nupplementeil each other and were Intensely pr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

I 4 I SfRJALfnl I fnl J I j I THE EVENING OF TH YEAR When the inlets are on the bayou In the evening of the year Then I see u torrent rushing Through a canyon and I hear Where a bowlder necks to stop It Its fierce growling undertone Then my heart Is In the valleys By the hills that were my own When the mists arc on the bayou Then my eyes are misty too And the wide green plains and rolling Swiftly changing to the view Bring the sheer clllt by the river Where the trout and grayling are And the ragged birch Is waving From each jagged cliff and scar Oh Its then through eyes grown mist Comes a picture long grown dim Of the pool below the hemlock Where a buy 1 learned o nwlm or the aiders by the river Where wo cut our l hlnB poles And old secrets come back to me Of the lucky nshlns holes Oh Its Just along in winter In the evening of the year When I know the frost Is changing Evry mountain scar and mere That I feel a sort of tugging At my heartstrings yes I do And I look through eyes grown...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

I THE CITIZEN r 11IJIIt + IIIIIIIIIJ The Home rThe JBHK1B LBSTBR HILL Editor I HHHHWHHH 1 Milt II THE HOMESPUN FAIR I This is the boBl display you hnvo over 111111Willi tlio very encouraging rtvcrdiet of nil who saw it Thoro was u largo exhibit of coverlids some ill patterns 111color combination never shown before A greater number of salon wan Hindu than over Iwforo and altogeth er all huvo the right to ho well satis lied with Iho result es > cclally the saioriorl l skill won them both sales and prizes Coverlids First prize Mrs I U Ambrose Conkling Owsloy Co Ky Second prize Mrs Lucy Wilson Ureenlmll Jackson Co Ity Inh1O spread First Mrs I U Ambrose Counterpane Dlrs113 Ambrose leans Mrs F Hays Ilerea Ky Hlnnkels Mrs F Hays llorea Ky Hug First Mrs C V Smith I I llorea Ky wcoiid Mrs F Hays Ihmble weave Linen First Mrs Charlolto Holbrook Grecnhall Ky Second Mrs I IL Ambrose Carjxtt Mrs 1 rank Hays Ilerea KyPlain Plain Linen Mrs I B Ambrose Buckeye Hats First Miss Lucy Carter Heron Ky...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

l The Citizen Aw INDEPENDENT FAMILY Nrorira rnbllihed every Thnrwltj at Bun Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Publliha gunscnirnoN RATKS rAYABLS IV lOTAJfCZ One year 1100 Sir months 60 Three mouths It Send money by Pod oftlc loner Ordt x nee Money Order Check Draft KefUtere c litter or one and two cent itarap The Hat after Jon Dame ihowt to what law your lubicrlptlon li paid If It li not Dotc loney notify ni stoppede e Rust notify ui at the expiration of their tub icrtptlon paying all arrran otherwlit we ihall roniidf that they wish It continued Notify as nt one oftnr ebannln TOUr a Ieh old aud Dew addreuta Mixing Number due to wrapper coming air in the mail or otherwise will ladly be tup plied If we are aotlOed Acvnta Wanted In every locality Write for lermi Anyone tending us four new yearly robscrlptloni will receive Tai cmixx free for boo year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

THE INTEREST IN ALFALFA Plant la Coming to Be Considered a Cosmopolitan Grass of Wider Range of Growth r t Tho Interest In alfalfa seems always on the Increase Ten years ago the farmers of Kansas were discussing whether or not they would grow this crop while now the same discussion Is being carried on In tho states far to tho cast and north Alfalfa was first Intro duced Into this country byvtho monks who settled on tho coast of California In tho early part of the last century They doubtless brought It from South America whero It haft been grown for ALFAlKA 1IAUVUBT IN CAL1KOHK1A at least 100 years before Its Introduc tion into California It ls claimed that It worked Its way eastward overland but this may bo doubted to some extent u It Is certain that It was grown In tho southern Atlantic states a generation ago In a tentative way Hut that most of the spread has been from California fields seems certain the plantations fol lowing tho lines of railway over the mountains and through th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

THE CITIZEN I IM MHI r r H I I r I I Ho H r r r r r Hr r r lIH + H + + rH + H Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LH I1G1 Hj IIIII1I tII1I I tIt1tI4IIF + + Absalom Golden lost a linger at the Brickyard Friday G D Holliday and family left yesterday for Holliday Ky Mr and Mrs Bert Coddington an visiting at Science Hill Ky Prof S C Mason left Tuesday for a few days stay in Cincinnati Tutor 12 F Diznoy moved Wed nesday to his farm north of town Miss Amanda Dcnimyof Pain Lick is visiting Miss Vessa Mooro Sirs E Mullins of Withers visit ed her son Frcl commencemen week Mrs C 1 Ogg was out Saturday for tho first time after a nine weeks illness Mrs Lizzie B Cross of Mt Sterl ing is visiting her father Simpson Gentry Mrs C C Rhodus returned Sun day from a visit at Hamilton Ohio her old home Tho Misses Johnson entertained Miss Serena Jones and Mr Owen Duvall last week L H Bellebaum formerlyof Lexington is employed as druggist by tho East End Drug Co Rev II M Shouso and wif...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

CCoCoref ceaeaarecr K44e HcMtIIC1If4 I W ft III INTERESTING STATE NEWS III b S THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION ITHE Deckham Was Elected As Tern l orary Chairman A Louisville Ky Juno 9What prom r lied to bo a bitter contest for control of tho atato organization camo up In tho domocrnllc atato convention which I met hero Wednesday The result of tho first strugglo tho election of n temporary chairman was a decisive victory for the administration forces led by Coy Ilcckham Oov Ucckham was elected temporary chairman by a voto of 817 to 322 over Judgo Frank Peake of Shelby county Tho fight against tho administration was led by Senator J 0 8 Ulackburn assisted by Senator McCreary and Congressman D H Smith SmithTho Tho work of organizing the commit tees was rapidly proceeded with and tho temporary organization having been completed the convention took recess until 730 oclock Tho resolutions condemn the so < all ed unnecessary and unjust system of federal taxation maintained by the re publican ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1904

THE CITIZEN jJ F SIttI11tttt1Itt aIlirIItI IFart t Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In fun by the writer The Mine I is not for publication but ai an evidence of good faith Write plainly I HMMM MUM I MIHHIMM I Mini r HWH1 1 HHIIHi tROCKCASTLE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE i June 10Boni to Mr and Mrs I Allen McKinzic n fine toyBev J W Lambert wife mid baby IJeubie mid J II Lambert midwife attended church at Clear Creek SundayMr mid Mrs John Wheeler and son Mason of Madison Co visited Mr and Mrs Edden Wren Saturday mid Sunday G L Wren has sold his now saw mill to George Settler and Mrs John Wren of this place visited Mr and Mrs James Dobbs of Scaffold Cane Sunday Miss Ida Wren is visiting her sister in Estill Co Mrs Dais Lambert visited Mrs Etta Lambert Saturday nightlrs Agnes Dobbs is very sick CONWAY Juno 10The recent rains have inside tho grass and crops look well Win Slaughter of Versailles visited friends at Conway Thursday of last weekjss Fannie MePherin ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

w a 1 fHH HHHriMHI fHHJAMES t JAMES MILTON RACER MILTONJ Ifntored GlIAl faUojfet at Bcrta Ay of M on < r else II1II1111 + JH + HI HH HHI 1 Y I Ii i CollB Library x 1 rl7 w nR THE C fIZENT 1111VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY WfiTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904 One dollar a year T NOJ I C COPIED FROM MITCHELLS MAPPF t KENTUCKY1834 I NOW IN THE CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY I SHOWING MOUNTAIN COUNTIES AS THEN LAID OUT 17I t HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN 17 PEOPLE IhIiKlltclu linlitsl a wrloH of articles last mini proportimty y of tho IIOIO of Kastcrn Kentucky are dfftcendcd front gxl citizens who went poldicni in WiiNhti trVH tinny Xldff series of articles I iiltrncted 1111 attention and don a great deal to Improve tin Htawliujjof tho noun tiiin jHoplo in thu eyes of the world By the request of Bovonil jHntoiw who hum kept filtw of THE CITIZEN with tho natncH of Revolutionary hcftx which were then published wo reproduce this weak our map of Eastern Kentucky showing how thoI 1oollllthtlcre div...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

iiA SOLACE IN NATURE I When fortune had no smile fur you and Joy seemed nut of reach And you and Ilapptnen alas were very far apart Did you over stand at twilight on some quiet wuvcwaslinl bench AndIet the seas 110ft monotone speak comfort to your hurl When IMe had lot Its savor and chill disappointment fell On the ch rlahrd plan or project that yoj had gladly nude t ld you ever bend your footsteps to some green and tranquil dell Vlicrc the trees Brow leave for heal ing and birds stag unafraid unnCmhlI When Death hnd cast Its shadow and a laving voice was Htlll That hud been an tends music to the unMilno of your tar Did you over taKe your sorrow to the I moorland or the fill And lot the whlcperlnu breezes charm your bitter tsars away a11I For Nature sweet in silence and passing sweet In speech Has a word for every trouble und balm for every smart But to find her gifts of solace which ore well within our reach We must come as trustful seekers and draw very mnr her heart E Jifatheson ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

rte wal r f 5 i1 THE CITIZEN IiI HHH HHHtHISHlH I IThe Home 1 JKNN1B LESTER HILL Editor 1 I 1F 11It lIIIHH III i The Three Best Doctors If a faiuoiiH city doctor should conic to oneof our litHo country towns and advertise to treat all who Eaton free of charge how thoso with disease and without would flock to hint Every traveling patent medicine show I UVMII is allu to draw a bigcrontl and null iniuiy a dollar lx ttlo on the mere chancu of it leing the right medicine medicineNow Now wo in till country may have constantly with im the three Ixsl iloctuni in till wurltltlw three doc torH to whom all othor iihyNiciaim wild their patients when all other help thoirIlIlticlltH him failed They art Dr Sunshine Dr Krenh Air and Dr Porn Water They havo more to do than all the other doctors and medicines in the world with keeping us strong in mind and in Ixxly Moreover they dont charge a cent no r > atter how long a call they have to make hut it is your own fault if you do not havo their cons...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

The Citizen b INDEPENDENT FAMILY NtWSTARS robllilied ere TJ Thnrsday at Berea Ej RACER JAMES M PublllhuI Editor and Publisher I I cnsonrrnoH nATrs rAYABLB Ul ADTAXCSV tlptSix Six montbrM Tare months Si Hod money b j Pottofflc Money Ordry ai 1 trsts Money Order Check Draft Rcflstcnd litter or one sad two cent stamp The liat alter your Dame how to wbal lato your subscription Ii paid II It II DOC banned within three Wee is after sendlaf as iaocey notlljrns DOCI Subicrlbtrs wtihlng Tna Cmiut stopped unit notify us at the othberwtre their sub Krlptlon payini all arreari otherwUa we aball consider that they wlih It continued Notify an lOt onc ofmny chancejln JOV a4 I li4i gmnc both old aud new a4drr8lej Mlillns Numbn due 0 wral re coming j Iff In the nulls or otherwise will gladly U sup i tiled If we are notified I Agents Wanted In every locality Writ for I leans Anyone tending ut four new yearly I rabucrlptloDi will recetre TUB CITIZEN free lor i ino year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECT...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

CONVENIENT FARM DEVICE For Carrying a Heavy Water Barrel the Cart Here Described Is Just the Thing In sections of tho west where Irri gation Is not practicable and trees must bo watered the first and some times the second year after planting a device about twothirds cart and one third sled Is used to draw the water barrel from tree to treo with one horse Tho cart Is easily and cheaply made In Us construction as shown in the Illustration are used a three by four Inch timber for axle two long pieces of two by three Inch scantling for sides of frame and two short pieces of the same material for crosspJcccs two twoa DBVICK I CAIIUVINO HAIIURU 4 Hound down tho ends of tho three by tour Inch piece making about seven inches of each erd Into a spindle 1 two and onehalf Inches In diameter The length of the axle can be made p longo two by threo Inch pieces on nxlo and on the two crosspieces which arc placed about 18 Inches apart making a frame two or two and onehalf feet wide and six feet lon...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

R r > Of f r THE CITIZEN 1 + 111 101 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Iv 1111 1 111 1 I I H I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 Berea arid Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES T 3Idi1It1Hfi1II1IFIIIl1 It1 111tE IIIlI1IIIfIt1tI Beginning today and for the re mainder of the vacation the ollico of the College Treasurer will Iwj open only from U15 to 1200 daily The ollicc not open afternoons A Mrs H J Derthick is visiting friends in Ohio Miss Mary Bond left Wednesday for her home in Chicago n 0 Dailoy and wife of Eubanks Ky were Berea visitors Saturday Misses Haagen and Bond spent Tuesday with Miss Fox at Narrow 1Gap Miss Alva S Earlyof Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Howard SwitzerChildrens Childrens Day will bo celebrated at the Union church next Sunday morning Dr M E Jones the dentist will leave Monday for n ten days stayat Livingston Miss Ula Jackson of Speedwell Ky will teach the Blue Lick school this fall George Pow entertained n few friends in honor of his birthday last A Wednesday...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

ti F6C rFCCrGG44GGt1FC 4GGCakFG6 FGG GCrQrC CgCrGG6l4G4CrCQGCgR J I f n I s STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS i i A 0b bJi9 i19 7TJ77TTiTJ9 T7 t 7 J 97 t 7JJh a a TJA RIOT IN LOUISVILLE Strikers Attempted to Prevent Negro Women From Going to Work Louisville Ky Juno IGA riot broke out at tho plant of the Con tlncntnl Tobacco Co Wednesday when 200 striking Negro men attempted to prevent COO Negro women employed at tho plant from going to work Io lice commanded by Chief Gunther GuntherI quelled tho mob but were compelled to leuort to tho uso of clubs and re I volvers Kor a time it looked an ItI Berlous results would follow but at 2 oclock tho Negroes had been drlvon away and tho plant surrounded by a squad of police Tho trouble grew out of a strike ol 200 Negro men who demanded an In crease of wages Thomas k Manson tho superintendent refined to grant tho demand and Uio men left At noon they stntloned themselves at tho entrances and rofuecd to allow tho women who had gone out to re turn to work Tho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1904

I F I THE CITIZEN r 4t111141f 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 HIlI 1 1 mi MI 1tt1111ttlt + l + r nty 8Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence pnfcliihed unless iltnM In full by the welter The urn ti not for publication but as an eridence of good faith Write plainly ptabJy1111MI HIIIHHlH 1 J 1 1 1 NIl 1 I 1 1 J I 1 1 1 + 11 I IFIll 1 I r 1 1 r 1111MI j The Kockcastlo County Instituti will bo hold in Mt Vernon beginning Monday July 11 1004 All teacher holding certificates for that county or those expecting to bo examined dur ing the year are required to attend Come without excuses G1 Bal lard Sii > erintendent SuperintendentROCKCASTLE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON June 10J W Baker attendetl the Common cement exercises at Berea last Wednesday Born to Airs J E Singleton on the Oth a nine pound girJMisq Lida Cook is visiting friends at Gumsulphur this weokMrs B N Roller is expect f ing to leave Livingston in a few days to reside in Lou fliller Bert Whitehead went to Mt Vernon Mon dayon business J ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

p1JAMES I I 1 HHHfH liI JAMES MILTON RACER filter bsd Publlthr Mind ol lM J > i4M i al Btrta Ay QI OM lea wneasser t wneassertI t 1111111 HIlI c THE CITIZEN H W K VANDERBILT JR THE AUTOMOBILE KING Young VaiMlcrbltta recent fonts In Florida n mile In ItO seconds ten mild In 0 minutes M wiomla nml fifty miles In 40 nilnutta 40 4B nvconda plan him In the front rank of tho worlilH nutomoblllnts In the Ormoud Ueacb races he used a ninety horsepower tnuchliie W 111 I I I 11 Sixteen Departments Eight Pages I II MM1IfItt tIIi I I NO2I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 30 1904 One dollar a year NO2 i IDEAS Mimfl nrgunujntR often prows no thing hut their wishon Ono who 1ms but littlo mind SH tho inoHt ready to nivo others a piece of it Tho moro reputation a innn him for cunning the moro Im in distrust wl and tho loss his ctinniiig avails him TAKE NOTICE Hu Hiiro to mid tho articlo by Miss Sfxjncu in ibis irtmio on Tho IlighlH off Children ChildronOn On accou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

I I iy t D 0i J FOR SOME PEOPLE A gentle hint 19 wasted on tome people you will Und I A alight Insinuation they will never seem to mind I Theyre deaf to all suggestion when Its delicately mace i 70 set It through their noddles you must call a spade a spades < mustI They cant see where theyre wanted and theyre always In the way Tlii things they should not mention they invariably say A hou e must fall upon them they will disregard a brick The only thing to move them Is a hard and hearty kick Theyre always wellintentioned but they do not seem to think Significance may sometimes be connected with a wink You have to take your gloves oft when you handle them Impart Tour Ideas to such folk with the assist ance of a chart Dont beat about the bush or attempt to speak with tact nut stripped of all dlsgutnes give them cold and brutal tact Dont waste your time In hinting when you see their heads are thick Dut help their comprehension with a hard and hearty kick I It winds a little heartless ...

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