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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

THE CITIZEN 1 JoIN + 1 The Home JHHJI1B LETTER HILL Editor iMIHINIdaft Half raet People Who are halt past people Who and what arc they Theyre the rankmt failures On thli bull of clay I Through a cured that on them 1Ucrd an eldritch tat At their birth Uicyr always aJwayThirty Xlint III Intention TInt laslnro I Or IndlfTemnco or Vanity In drms That retards the wretchM body mind and soul Nay they rush like fury Ever fur the goal Tet when love expect them Bay al fro oclock They will npraln their ankles On some wicked rock staking an appearance At the tryillng when Love haa left dlncourafed k Thirty after ten Should ambition tell them Raven sharp we dart Out for fame In battle Out for cold In marl Then at half pat aevcn llrrathlnu they would toms I Only to be hearing Far away the drum Thu the half pact people Through the spleen of fate Live except at failure Thirty minute late New Orleans TltneD moermt Mace sad Male Th mule he la a smile brut And MJ le man lIa aaltaanl to be the leant An...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

The Citizen III TXDEFENDCNT FAMILY Ntfrmra t PnbllihwJ trtrj Thursday a Berea Kj JAMES M RACER Editor and PaUUhtr SUBSCRIPTION HATES rATABU III aDTllfCa 0111 year tlM Ills months M 60ree Mod money by Poi Ofac Money Order Bi ZsgtakredLetter Letter or one and two ant itunr stamp to what Itto your lubierlptl 0 I sit rRaendlag DOt ibuueil within thrx > ek after tendlif ni honey notify ut Bubierll > T wlihlng Tni Cmtc stopped putt notify ui at the expiration 01 their tub crlptlon ptrlnr all arrears otbtrwltt wo thai ionitderlhptitheylwLhItccontinueed Notify an nt one 011lln1 ehIn 1rln your dr lees gtvlug both old and new addreue Missing Numbers doe to wrapper eomlrif Iff In the rnallt or otherwU will gladly bl tup jlled Bar are iordidrw Acvnis Wanted In every locality Write for termi Anyone feuding UI four new yearly robttrlptloui will receive Tim cmuM free lor Inl year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

i WORST OF CHICKEN PESTS Known as poultry Mite or Tick and Endowed with Vicious and Destructive Habits I One of the worst pests wt th whlrh the poultry raiser has to contend le the mite which has tho power of In creasing marvelously fast and Is u vicious In Its attacks as a blood suck er The sitting hen and the newly hatched chicks suffer most from this pest and call for great vigilance on the part of the poultry raiser to pro tect them from Its attacks U II not l dlClcutt to keep the pens and chicks free from mites if proper attention Is Clvcn and litter Is not allowed to ac I YOUNO MITK I Ventral View MaxnineJ 70 Dlamrtera 1 1 cumulate In the houses and yards Then by spraying everything now and then with a good Insectlde the mile will find It hard work living and final ly give It up I The chicken mile Is commonly con sidered a form of Insect life although It is not properly peaking an Insect U II sometimes called the chicken tick I or poultry tick It would probably be better to ap...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

I i l V THE CITIZEN Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HH I I I I I No I I I t tIt I I I I II t t I I I 1 + 1 I t I H t I zJ II 1110 1 + 1 t I Mrs M S Owen left Sunday for Chicago Ill J C Boggs id spending the mini finer at Jane KyI Born to Mr and Mrs W H Bow er on Monday a fine Ixiy Mrs Lou Hansou leaves today to visit her son at London Ky Rev A P Smith of Science Hill was a Berea visitor Wednesday Rev H J Derthick left Monday to join his wife at Mantua Ohio Mrs Bert Coddingtou returned Tuesday from Science Hill Ky Great preparations are being mado for tho Berea Fair July 4 and 5 Sherman West and Will Dalton are working near Huunewell Kan Secretary Will C Gamble and wife spent Tuesday in Richmond Ralph Oslxmio sprained his ankle Monday and is confined to tho house Miss Lamson and Helen Kneelund left Wednesday morning for Harvey Ill Will Flattery spent Sunday with his sister Bessie Flanery in Cinciu natiTommie Tommie Baker was out Sunday for the first time after 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. — 30 June 1904

ttCtfCGGGtK 4G c GGtS tiGGGGGGGLG t CC tFKiGGC GGGG GGGrj GGtst I I STATEI NEWS PICKUPS I I FEUD RENEWED Harglt Men Surrounded Dy a Number of the Cockrell Faction Jackson Ky Juno 25 Sheriff Cal lalmn and a posse of men allied wltb the HnrglB feudist are mirrmmdcd by i a number of the Cockrlll fnctlonlnU in the mountains near thin city and fight ing fur their lives It IB reported that two of the hcrlflB intn have been mortally wounded When tho fight began Colin ban with Capt Mllllltmi of Wllmorc and a poeso with two bloodhounds were In pursuit of the two men who II la bollpved shot and Killed Mack While while h < > was booing corn on hla term Friday SHOT FROM AMDU8H Mack White Fatally Wounded While Hoeing Corn Jackson Ky June 21Marie White was shot from ambush three mlloa from hem Thursday morning whllo hoeing corn In its field The bullet t cntcrrd his back lie will die Tho boys working with him tnrrlml him to n sIlO II qnd summoned assistance No clew to tho nsxunslhs About a y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 June 1904

r THE CITIZEN H HHHHIMM IIIH IHIM + 11 MHMM IM H HHHHK Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In run by the writer The name Is not for publication but as an evidence of cool faith Write plainly IHIIII1 IH f 1 IH + l + 11 Hf H 1 + 1 lr1I1r1 HIHhHH + HIHA The Fall Term of Boron College will open ou Wednesday September M nt 8 oclock oclockOWSLEY OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON June 3no McPherson and Miss Nannie Kincade passed through here Saturday on their way to Sexton Crook Miss Sarah Bowman visited friends at Island City Satur day amid SundnyR H Tenable and G C Roberts were in Heidle berg last week Luthor Wilson was in Berea last week Uncle James Evans visited his soninlaw in Wil moro last week Several of our boys visited Cincinnati SundnyVni May United States Marshal is at homo a inTho funeral of Rev C W Hamilton will bo held at the regular meeting time in June which is the fourth Saturday and Sunday by Rev John Ilolcomb and W A Bowman and othersThe Boone villo Bank...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 July 1904

I HWWHJHHHH4IHHWII JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I K ttrM ol lAa 1oIltiI Ay 01 iteond UIIQIlrI I HHH 1M11HIMHHH4H THE CITIZEN f hltIIttfttHi Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 1 1 1 II I I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 7 1901 One dollar a year NO a I IDEAS Nothing but a goal life can fit I initn for a Ixdtur ono 1raisi of IIII dead isoftiii intended us ctimuru for tin living Thoso who jump at conchiHkms lie 1110 III roach any that am worth Iiav IIIK TAKE NOTICE Hinil Tin CimnNH offer of iwo Scholarnhiw fags tamlactntonm If you do not ran to inlur the cnn tt yourmlf you ran help HOIIII p friend to win No mailer wliin you live you can vole for your friend in lUll of flu eight couiitiiH Cut out IxillotH fill in and wild in at once FROM THE WIDE WORLD It IN Ixlitvcd that imolhir tvvolu 1 tion in Colombia m itnniinuiit t lapniifKit tonxtin IMMIU attacked I Port Arthur nnii Hunk two ships A larlro weutd premnnahly H...

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

tif t q BALLADE OF PLATITUDES = IleM tell you wrong U far from right That heat Is nut the sine RII cold That black Is not rxnrtly white That water sieves will never hold That mOM ut > on the stone Units rolled Will never grow I have tin doubt He does not know the news M old He seems to think he tuund it out Hell tell you that the nun la bright That what In bought IH always wild That nleftnlnp thine will Rive delight And fire will take the dross from gold That black sheep Ret Into the fold And miwaniB fear will put to rout While valor will sustain the bold He seems to think he found It out The blind are seldom clear of Right Time hR1 the greatest Briefs consoled Hell tell you that the chance In Might Of gentle laiiRiiase from a scold Whose tongue IB sharp and uncontrolled That plouu people are devout That charity In ofen doled Jle seems to think he found It out LENVOI Though Adam to his offspring told The selfsame thing or thereabout Now crusted thick with moss and mold He seems I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 July 1904

HJHHIIHHHWH41 HJHHIIHHHWH41The t JBHHIB IKSTBR HILL Editor 11I1iMH1HIb1 + IHII A Ilnnnrlrr Oh they fell out t lions lovers twain AI lovrri often do And both unit hock tliflglftH they made Wliru lovu was rlitht stilt now 114WI I Ho UluM oer all Hint ithA returned Thc rltitf with Jewels act The locket and Ixuitxinnlcro And lo ho keeps them yet Nut oo DIP mold n modern sir On UiouKhla conunrrclul bent Bhn Mraltthtwny jiucknl the trinket up And In n Jvwrlcr went Him mild the cue for cigarette r With omrrulda UIII It The Mud the prurll nnd the pin And bought herself a txiimvt hOIlIlt1I1I1T1110 IlufTulu News + tIIIIaIItttInaItIInaIIti 1L The School JOHN WIRT DIHBMOHB Editor THHHHIIHHHIHHHI MillhMHIhMIIMen 1 Men in tho Making A china of 21 young men graduat I ed rrccntly from till Y M C A AI I I llttl I1 ImvycrH iintl nny ono of I tinin who will study his own cniwr hind tho liixlory of till ortfwiJilion that in doing its part in hiilping young CrlKmH to riM e ought to lw II hit to writo II...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 July 1904

r i The Citizen AB iKDzrcNDrxr FAMILY NtrwsrAna I rnbllihrd TCT7 ThnrnUy at Bern Ky JAMES IL RACER Editor mod Piibltabn ItDscnIPnoc RATTY 1AYlBU UI AnT lCK On year 1109 BIX months M Tbrtu raootbi 6 rrnd money rortoCIf coney Ordrr KI rew Mnurjr Order Check Draft RffUttreJ Lttltr or our and two Dot tempo Th ltate after your name Miowtto what laic your mbKTlptlon It add If It U Dot MiKiMxl within thretweeks slur wndlif ui lonry tiotlfy UK Hnbvcrlbrr within TIn Crmr stopped suet notify ui at the ciplratlnn of their sub tcrlptlon v ylnn all arrears olherwlw wt shall KinilderthHt they wish It continued Notify tin nt nnrr ofinny chuneetln your alSo Itrsssivingboth old and new addre e romlnlIf in In the null or otherwUe will gladly be sup lled If we are notified Agcnti Wanted IneTery locality Write for ferns Anyone tending UK four new yearly rabMTlpUoni will rtci e Tiut crmra free for lue year L BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service f...

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

i4t 4 srralaefax + ar rMlr J1 rx4 M iJlb1rlU U U ki r t d rlKlJl i J DESTRUCTION A OF INSECTS JTtxan Man Jlaa Invented a OaaMnk tng Mitciune That Xllls Tar asitet Oil Sight XNHipn the plnntB In the little gar tau patch In the hoiirie garden liecln to show the dtttroyliiK effect ot In t l llIan1 wornifi the gardener usually Hike an old tomato can and n ntlcl and KiitliiTs his first crop which he promts to destroy forthwith Only as he continue to harvest those prelim inary pcctlftTous growths kai he any > UMiiranre that he will bo able In leather things Rood to eat later In the e ai > an Hut the garden U inmuiara lKlvely mimll and litho time Is ro S julrtd to lievp the huge ami warms in check It In only wlwu the farmer begins Ids battle with the Inhabitants Itof a potato patch cowrliiB acres of SUXIOL8UAH KlllJi IKHTH i > rruund that be minus to reallw how luwIrtul an enemy hu U flKhtliu The itrmy Is ko largtt that he has no chalci but to fight It lioIi alo Inslctul of tlealt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 July 1904

tHE cIrIZENJ Ii II II 1 111 11111111 II II 11111 III Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I H11t1IfI H11Itlfi i i th J Chas Burdctto was in Louisvill MondayMrs Mrs Bessie Prather is very ill at Mr Goldens Hezekiah Wnshburn visited in McKee Sunday I N p Graham spent the Fourth at I LIB homo in Virginia I Dr P Cornelius returned Tuesda from the Worlds Fair Will Flanery left Monday for a weeks visit in Frankfort The annual meeting of thu Baptis church occurred Sunday Miss Myrtle Gay is teaching the school at Locust Branch Mm A E Thomson is visitiii Miss Fox at Narrow Gap i Anderson Collins lost a finger at the stone quarry a few days ago J C Kinuiml and wife of Omaha Neb aro visiting relatives in Boron Roger and Cuvior Earlyof Lex ington are visiting at Dr Switzers Ida and Harry Morgan have re turned from their visit to Boonestoro Mrs Susie T White of Athens Tenn is visiting Berea relatives and friends friendsHoward Howard Clark left Tuesday for St Louis where he will ...

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

N1GG GC tI4G GdGGGt GG4tQGG GC CCrt 4t G4GGGGG GGFFCC G c ECFrti FROM ALL OVER THE STATE a y i7JtJ J97Jai 97TT 77J79 i A CONDITIONt Striking Figure In Kentucky Political Life Critically III Owcnton Ky June OThe friend rf Judge J K Cantrlll of Georgetown tho growing alarmed and for tho first time tile truth IK beginning to leak oat regarding Ills condition Two week ago Judge Cnntrlll came here to make it speech In his canvass fur the nomination for appellate Judge After the speech ho was seized with a partial stroke of paralysis hut It was thought tho attack was not serious Ho port 8 wore given out that ho would hf out In n few days hut In tho two works that have passed there has been no itgn of Improvement and tho din VltiRiilthod patient is In too precarious i n condition to ho removed to his home It te laid by one of his friend that be is paralysed from tho waist down I and that thort III serious doubts oa to nlttmalo recovery Judge Cantrlll Is one of tho most striking figure In K...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 July 1904

Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pubnshed unleu slgoed III lull by the writer The DAme U not for pllbUutlOIl but AI II eridellce of good faith Write plainly iI1 I I I 1 I I I I I I IJ I I I 11111111 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE July tBorn to Mr and Mrs Anther Guinn Juno 27 a teti > oiind bOr and Mrs Isaac Martin and baby gaud Gohlio visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert SundayMrs Mary Singleton who has been visit ing her sister at Springplaee Ga since March is with friends at this place nbrainB J Watson and family visited B L Poyntcr and wife SundayJfrs Sarah Dobbs died at her homo on Scaffold Cane June 20HtJ J W Lambert and son went to Berea Saturday Men dailies Susan and Ida Wren visited Mrs Etta Lambert Friday Evan liicliardsonH saw mill is now ready to run ROCKFORD July 4Sorvicell were held at tho now Scaffold Cano church Saturday and Sunday with one addition Quite a crowd visited at Will Liii villcfl Sunday evening among them were Coly Ogg and family Will Ogg and family J W Todd ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

j tl HHhli1IMHIHI + t111 JI i11 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I fnltrtd at Ut Pottoflet at Btrto Ay at ttetmtl elder UIIn u THE CITIZEN IIIVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 14 1901 One dollar a year NO 4 I IDEAS They aru Hlavtw who dart nut lo in till right with two or llinw They inont nwxl hell who leant d > w > rve it The nioHt common cmiso of failure in aUuinptiiii too much nnd doing too little TAKE NOTICE Ht HUrt to road THE CITIZENS Freo Scholarship offer on paw f It umluH no diffrnnco whnro yon live Yon can rata for any friend whu liven + in any of the night ixuinticH named I hi till tub vertiiitnuut AH our colored HiilworilxTH are pro ventinl from entering thin KrtMi Scholarship contoHt ndvortlwd on t paw 5wo havo decided to make them a Sociid Offer For full particular wo noxt we > kH CITIZEN FROM THE WIDE WORLD TIll ItiiKmaiiH nro roM > rti > d to lo retiring ovorywherolxjforo tho Japan IM + ltTIll TIll JaKinefio aro e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

Y4 THE CLOCK OF TIME loud ticks the clock of Time It Is so oldso Very old We wonder how lit hands so cold Can follow on from hour to hour And mark the minutes with such tower Ho hoary with the ages rime Great Pharaoh h nrd It strike Iong since a mummied ulllgy And boatman listened mln ll r On the green waiurs of the Nll The sphinx heard It with stony untie To her all centuries alike And once proud Cuesar shook To hear his knell while Antony And Cleopatra recklessly Forgot the portent of the hours Wreathing the moments with their flow ers As shepcrds Idly wind a cross And still the clock chimes 011 Gad notes of morning changed too soon To mellowmuslced afternoon Or husky with the evening light Or hoarser toned for dark midnight It tolls the knell of ages gone mill ticks the clock of Time Strange It Is Lites pendulum Yet swings on while lips are dtmhl While the minutehand of fate Points the hour though glassing late For the censing of Life rhyme Hark The eternal Ages knock Each year a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

tuTHE CITIZEN A 1 HWMHMlHHHMIMj l j HWMHMlHHHMIMjThe 1JENNIE LU8TKU BILL Editor HHHH4H HtMHtHHM Matrimonial Commandments M ATIIIMONV llUH tell OllllliamlllUlltH Tinnit WITH studied out hy The txloro Parker hlinrlly iMifuro the day of his witlding Thny took till form of lM iNuiitiful nHoliitioiiH which liti itihcrilMd in liin journal They worn HH follows followsI 1 Never oxiiipt for tint Ixsl roa HOIIH t 0 OpJKlNI Hiy wifllH Will SJ Todischargt all duticx or her freelyII II NOVIT to scold 1 Never to liNik uroHs at her ft Never to worry liar with com inaiidiiiciitH 410 pronioti her piety i 7 Tolxar hur burdens 8 To overlook her foilileH 1iIftMUVI + chiirinh and foniverdo fend her CcOclllllfIU 10 To roinemlMir hr ultroyis ill my prayers Thus Gcxl willing wo nhafl IK bliHMil bliHMilA A Dainty Mots Basket Thin Kin U made from the long feathery kinds of HUMS Make a light frame of wire any HHIM < you deHJn < and cover it with thin panteltoard or htont cloth Wash the IIHMH clean when ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

The Citizen i INDEPENDENT FAMILT NEwgrirn Fnbllihed tftrj TtmnAtj at Here Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Publisher cnscniPTiox RATRS rATABLJ 1M ADTAJICJU ODe year dOt Nx months M Tart noctbi 21 lend money by Pottone Money Order lx Reglterodt4tler wtlu or ODe and two net tamp The list alter jour name shows to what lau your lubicrjptlon Ii paid II It li cot inanied within throt weeks alter ending UJ onty notify ai Subscribers wlihlng THl CmzfX stopped ant notify ui at the expiration ol their sub icrlptlon paying all arrrnri othsrwlu we stitll builder that they with It continued Notify as at oar odany chin etln your a4 IrsesflTlngbotti old and new adorcMri Missing Number die to wrapper coming Iff In the maUl or otherwise will gladly be sup uplIed I AK > IS Wanted In every locality Write for yeerlybbrcrlptions iobicrlptloni will receive Tat CITIIIN tree for in year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room AH service firstclass Popular prices Mer...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

1HERES A VALUABLE HINT Qlnis Foils Made of Old Quart Hot tie Are Just the Thing tot Beehive Stands Our twentieth century demands omcthlnK now cheap and durable In the way of a stand for our hives to rent on Dr J W Ouyson In Gleanings of fern the following I get the longest quart bottles I can find and with a hoe I make n act of four or six holoa four holes for ono hlvo and six for two c11Is These holes are set at regular distances apart to receive tho bodies of the bottles I set them In about half their length with the mouths up The bottles arc to be leveled up with a etralght board and a spiritlevel Jut them In straight rows just where you want your hives to boo and Imvo them face just tho way you deslro your yourI Now tako some 1x2 stuff and have it smooth and well painted for the I hives to rest on Cut them two or three Inches longer than your bottom IMVKSTAND MADE OF nOTTU8 boards arq wide or It you want to I have a double brew ter cut them long I enough 10 reach clear across al...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

THE CITIZEN 1 rlHIIH I I I I I I I I 1 In H I I I In I I I I I I Berea and Vicinity Q GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES + 1 + 11 I IH 1111 II I I I I II I II I I I > HHHHWHHIIIHH1 C M Mullins was in Tliclimoml Tuesday TuesdayMrs Mrs Frank Hays is visiting friends at WaterlmryConn WaterlmryConnHoward Howard Clark returned Tuesday from the Worlds Fair Rev II J Derthick and family have returned from their visit to Ohio J L Baker is moving into his new house on Big Hill pike this week Rev C A VanWiukle has accepted the pastorate of the Christian church at McKee McKeeProf Prof and Mrs L V Dodge left Tuesday for a two weeks visit to the Worlds Fair Bessie Hays visited her grand mother Mrs Ann Hudson at Drey fus last week The Sundayschool picnic of the Second church was held Thursday at Mallory Springs Bert Lunsford shot last week by Wesley Woods was on the street again Wednesday About 150 attended the trained animal and bird show at the Taber nncle Tuesday night Francis Clark of Wauke...

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