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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1904

I L THE CITIZENf P 4 11 111 11111111111111111 f The Home X JBNHIB LESTER BILL Editor HHHHHHtHHWHHH I I + I HHHHHHtHHWHHHYOUR YOUR SUMMER TIME COM PLEXION By Mary Annible Fantpn When water w hllnla hath is not l only less invigorating but less clean l sing Tin girl who intends to In beautiful always kcoM a HoluUon of horn in her hath room which slio uws to soften water ludf cup of thu 1 1rohilioss for a bathtub of hot water i or ton Hxmnfiil to a h011or water When HIlt ill doing a lot of outdoor tiling IIhn bathes her faces with this i horn water every night And after this faro wash slio IIIIIH sages her faro with the purest or 1 cold cream which shin prepares her + self selfOne One OIIIKII of sx > rmacoti iOliO ouneo of while wax livu OIIIIIIH of lxt OlltI I null n half oiiiicoof roMiwater twenty plains of Mwdered horn Dissolve the Inirax in tilt roei + water and if till weather in cold sot this lx > ttlo in a pan of moderately warm water I melt tho wax and sx > rmac > t...

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

The Citizen Ix IXDEFENDENT FAMILY NLwsrlrlu PublIsh n iy Tharcdiy at DaM Xy I JAMES M RACER Edito and Publisher lUBICBIPTIOlf RAn MYABLB IK ADTAJTCS 11lIIts lire months I aad montrbr Fotoffio leant gt Money Drift Check Prah IM ttToron and two teat asap Tao bat alter roar Dame bows to Iwtet late Jour I1ablerteUOQ II 14 If It II DOl ifflerlkndlarglussYo e7ofryfL abtertbor wlshlnfl Taufhrl1IrrstCP p d un notlfr UI at the expiration oTthatr j enotlfr JlIII all arrears otharwiaa we shall niddsr that thy wish It eoutlnafd VftttT ns at OBM ofianr 9i1KIII year eb iMMgfNngbolh old and nsw adOreiMa Hasina Numbers dot to TIPJIoeasa ff In the malls or othsrwisa wfll ibse 114 U ws art aotlaexL moots Wanted In arery locality VTrtU fot bras Anyone aandlDf ns lour naw raarlr tibserletioDS will noetT TBS omtw ma MI iabscrlpnonIwnl toe year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL I New Furnishing in every room All service flrstclau Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop la connection c...

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

jjIL i I LAWN OR GARDEN ROLLER IU Form Is Simple and It Can Bs Made Either of Hardwood I flOg or Cement For the simplest form taw the roller from a hardwood log ai nearly round u may be Lay out the centers and bore straight five or six Inchea deep The frame U twobytwolnch bard wood and may be mortised or halved together and fastened by onefourth Inch bolts Handle bar U bolted In the lame manner and a tevenelgblhilncb r A HANDY QAHDBN HOLLER bole bored near the end to receive a round hardwood stick Diagonal brace need not be more than onehalf Inch thick of hardwood bolted to bar nnd front crouplece Through holes bore in tho side plocoi are pasted throe fourths lnch log screws which are screwed Into tho roller straight Iron pins may bo used A cement roller would be heavier and more durable Iron pins flattened on one end to keep them from turnlni are Imbedded In the cement Use a frame similar to tho above The Corm is a sheetIron tube of the desired lenst and diameter It more than one t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1904

r 1 THE CITIZEN H H + H H I 111 + 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 HIIHIHI Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES frHHHH 1 1 Ml HIM Hl llMl1 1 1 111 HH 1 1 I H HHHHH i Dan H Brock of Richmond was in Korea Monday Mr and Mrs L C llintnan left Tuesday morning for Niagara Falls X V VMiss Miss Cora 1 Earlyof Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Howard Switzer H Waslibnvn visited at the home of John Parsons in McKee Saturday and Sunday Misses Nina King and Tilda Cook visited Miss Kings sistei at McKee Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ed Cubl > ersonof Portsmouth 0 is the guest of Mr and Mrs Will Bowers on Chestnut St Miss Sadio Crawford of Green field Ohio is visiting at the home of Prof and Mrs Dinsmore Miss Conlon left Monday to at tend a ease of fever in the family of Mr Terrill near Whites Station Mrs Allen Dobbs and three chil dren of Bartlettsville hid Tor are visiting at the homo of George Bo gieMr Mr and Mrs C B Lindsley left Tuesday for a months visit at Corn ing N Y going by way of Niagar...

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

s STRIKE IS EXTENDING h Meat Workers In New York Are Ordered Out Probabilities of a Settlement By Op posing Interests In Chicago Are as Remote as Ever Packers Will Ignore Unions Chicago July SO Unable to arrange f a conference with the representatives of tho Now York packers Michael J Donnelly president of tho Amalgama J ted Meat Cutters and Dutchor Worlc 1mn of America hna ordered n strike of all tho members of his organiza jlion employed In New York by Schwar child A Sulzborgor and tho United Droasod Hoof Co t Tho order which won telegraphed to Now York Friday night did not go Into effect until Sunday as the men In tho eastern packing plnntH do not report for work on Saturday Tho I decision to extend tho strike to tho cant was not taken until after Mr Donnelly and his associated had spent tho day in n fruitless effort to arrange n mooting with representatives of tho eastern packers who canto to Chicago Thursday night to acquaint them nolvcs with tho situation hero That the probabi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1904

11THE 1 I I I 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I 11 11 J J J 1 J 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I 111 Eastern Kentucky News lfo correapoll4ellce published lllIleaa signed III fall by the Writer The name is not for publication but II U evidence of good faith Write plainly 1 I I I 1 + 1 11 11 I f I I rI I I H I I I r I I I I I 1101 IrJul HN I I I I IHNlI MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAIN July 2He H J Derthick preaches nt the Slade church over Sunday lIightIrs Reed Cornel ROM niul children ot 11hodown wore guests over Tuesday of her mother Mrs Emily linker Harbor John and Parley Smith spent Tuesday night with Luther Mnupin Grace Adams pent Tuesday night with Pearl Adams Mr J H Ovorloy I wife and daughter left Tuesday for their home in Hamilton Ohio DREVFUS July 30jss Cynnn Young ol Red Lick and Miss Spicio Adams of Dreyfus were guests of Misses Hattie and Jessie Young of Kings ton Sunday nightRe A G Cooker filled his regular appoint ment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday with large crowds pro tontr Ledford and M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

miMMiMmHH tHtH Irl JAMES MILTON RACER i Editor and Publisher Sntertd at Uu Pottofflct al Btrta Ay at ttoontlJ ttau maUnatttr J HIHIH 11 I I lHIJJH THE CITIZEN NO8I VOL VI A Family Taper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1904 One dollar a yet r NO8 IDEAS Heaven lies up Ntn > nin Uod shows Isis ways tu those who do Mix will Men nook happiness in ease but find it in effort Men often neglect to do what they tyro in striving to do what they cant FROM THE WIDE WORLD SfrifcUH disorders aro thrcatone in IlaytiIt It IH iMtliovod that tin American demands will soon he granted II y Turkey Kirn III Slrassburg Oerinany di hostel properly worth over 1500 XX XXAt At last retorts the Russian army worms still retreating to till north with thca > antf4o in hot pursuit The Government of San Domingo haw asked till United States to nego tinte n parcels jxwt tn lItI Gen Itafael Itoycti haH assumed the IIlIkor Pnamlent of Coluiiihia and announced his Cabinet It in rfx > rtfd that R...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY SAND MANS TOWN Come cuddle your head on my breast lit tle boy And cover your drowsy eyes And well away from the land of day To the dreamland In the skies UK the ShutEye route we will go little boy As the purpling sun sinks down And flashes Its beams In golden streams And silvery hafts to the land of dreams That borders the Sand Mans town With your dear hands folded In mine little boy We will travel to that land fair Where the rose bloom smiles In the leafy allies And the bird Bonn fills the air The cleepshlp watts at the port little boy With Its snowy pinions agleam And its prow points straight for the golden gate So lets go aboard or we may be late For the wonderful land of dream Then away oer rosy sea little boy By the light of the old north star While the sunset dies In the golden skies Well sail for that land afar 0 Hit to the gentle plash little boy Of the waves against the strand As they softly ride oer the crimson tide While ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

ITHE CITIZEN oI JJJHHJHII + J HH JJJ The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMORI Editor HJH I I 11 + 1 + 111 11 + 111 IE DEFINITE At a remit iimtituto visited by tho I writer u district teacher of longox IMsrionee was called idea to explain his method of teaching beginncra to read Ho IIIILIor tried to two a llnckloard and not of churls by which to illustrate hilt after wandering ulxMit for II considerable length of Unit tin only thing made clear wan that hit did not know what method ho used and WIIH not familiar with any anyUnder a crosn lira of questions ho WIIH not alilii to defend hill own way nor offer any gixxl objections to method > ri > Kiwd by others I Evidently ho hud alwayH taught in a lung hazard 11111 II lIor1I1I ho Imd probably Ixtii taught yearn ago by teacher equally weak 1orhajis a largo majority of tho inumlerH of that Institute could havo done no Ixttor Ono in struck with tho lack of definite knowlcdgu on tilt part ol three who ought to know It nhown tint hick of trahniugt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

The Citizen b JVDKFENDKNT FAULT NaweripeR Ib I rnblUhtd trcrr Thnradsr at Bert Er e I JAMES M RACER Edna and Publish II CBSCRIPTIOM KATKS fATABLB IK AOTAXCM tn I yw n pg Ix month 60 rte mouhl 26 had moa b Pot otdo Mooy OMir gsw Money Order Cheok Draft Latter or one slid two cent tamp The Ilate slier your nun shows to wbat wbslMtn wnied within ltirtt > eeks after seadUf M oney notify us nbserlber wishing Tni ClTIII stop art notify as at the uplratlon ot tbstr ilb En JIIlna all arran otherwise wt uall udder that they with It continued Notify ni lit ono ofianychanc Mny0r44 > ills print both old Iud new adarema Mlsslnsr Number due to wrapper coming I In the mtlli or othtrwlM wlU gladly be tap ltd II WI art soused Af nl a Wanted In erery locality Writ fa rms Anyone tending ui lour new yearly ibicrlptioQi will rtoelre Tn Cmisx trW tat as year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclue J Popular prices Merchant Tailoring s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

HAYI Type of Structure Here Described Is Advocated by Expert Agricul tural Builders From Vol V of Rural Affairs which unfortunately ii out of print we copy tbo gist of the directions for making a hay barrack here given with the Illustration Build tho barrack 20 feet square Insert four posts of durable timber 22 feet long In tho ground to a depth of four feet Stick should square at least eight Inches corners hewn off making It a rough octagon In shape Jloro one and a half inch hole through corner of each post one foot apart A MODEL HAT BARRACK for the bolts that support tho roof bolts of ono and a haltInch Iron ono foot long the outer four Inches to bo squared and turned up ono Inch on this It laid a piece of joist three feet long hardly shown In cut to sup port tho roof Hoof should run to a point from each side and may be I shingled tinned or thatched j There are four plates framed to KCth r and braced The posts pass upI through tho roof on tho Inaldo corner I of the plates Tho roof...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

ITHE CITIZEN 1 ttt II + I WWWW1 1I1ttI1I1 1 M IIB v I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I L 3 iIIi HHHHHHi I ItfiIIt1 Bert Cornelius was in Richmond Friday FridayLou Len B Adams is working in Law son Missouri Mrs E 11 Yociim was at homo to all her Huren friends Tuesday after noon Mrs Dinsmoro and her friend Miss Crawford left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair Mrs K U Putnam left Monday to attend the Garrard County Institute at Lancaster LancasterGeorge George Dick returned Tuesday from a months vacation at his home in Hamilton Ohio Mrs K U 1iitnnm and daughter Iluth returned Saturday from a visit with her parents at Ashland Ill Misses Nell Burdetto and Hose Parks entertained partyof friends at their home Thursday night J Thoniison Baker Superintend ent of the Temple Texas city schools is visiting friends near Wallaceton Mrs Anna Butner of Lexington is the guest of her grandparents Mr i and Mrs Win Butner of Kingston Miss Ethel Todd left Thursday to sjHnd a months vacat...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

THE STRIKERS UPHELD All Chicago Unions Will Give Moral and Financial Aid The Membership Numbers Nearly 300 r 000 Each Member to Be Assessed a 8mall Amount Bach Week Creating a Large Fund Chicago Aug 6The packers oa Thursday Introduced a distinct nov elty In strikebreaking train load of immigrants said to be direct from El Us Island Tho Immigrants wore un loaded at obscuro spots about tho yards and woro smuggled In groups of ten or twolvo to the various depart ments whore the newcomers woro put bmeals This took place whllo rep resentatives of tho packers were rclt orating the declaration made Wednes day that scores of applicants for work ore being turned away bocauso only skilled men aro being offered employ mentThere There was no mlxtaklng tho Imml grants who compose the latest acqui sitions to tho packers forco besieged In tho stockyards The recruits wero loaded down with boxes bags and bundles wrapped In cloths all speaking eloquently of Med iterranean points Others carried big gr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1904

9THE CITIZEN Y Eastern Kentucky News Ko connpolldellce published unless signed 111 full by the writer The name II Dot for publicatiOll but al AD eTldelico of good faith Write pWllly 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 I 111 11 I I 11 I I J t I HI I H II II I I I 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 11 1 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Aug 411m Becknell ami Rob 4 ert Bocknell are working for tho O 1 K LimlT CoMr Briggs is visit ing his daughter in Ohio this week II W Briggs went to Heidelberg on business Steven Huff is moving from Berea Brack Baker is moving from Heidelbreg The boys of Dis trict No 18 p M Frye teacher had a fine game of baseball August 4s John Couch is visiting his sister in CaliforniaTwo fine sheep and a yearling were shot for last Saturday at Oak Grove Robert McGeorgo of Leslie Co is visiting his father and mother in Owsley County Dary Carmack and L M Geyns visited Nancy Becknell August 4 Widow McQueens family are just recovering from measles Leonard Becknell of Wilmore is visiting relatives at Boonoville 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. — 18 August 1904

h I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publlihtr Buteretl at Uu Poaofflet at Btrra Ay 01 intoner elan nnUmatltr rHHHHIHH H THE CITIZEN IIIII1t11i1i II f Sixteen Departments Eight Pages IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 18 1JKU One dollar a year NO 9 I 1IDEAS Gootl manlier nro the iKnt pro tection against hud OUCH i Tho cniiRcioiiflnoRfl of folly is the I tagiiming of wisdom I Happiness is increased by doing more than wo are l > ouud to and ex J pecting less limn wo n re oii titled to IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A forest firo is causing great do Htruction in Wyoming Heavy rains did great daniagu to railroad tracks in Arizona TlioiiHiiiulH of G A It vetoraiiH j urn attending tint 38th annual re union at Boston Thu Rapid Transit milway in Now York will IKS oXiied to public traffic next month W L Elliott n saloonke Xr at Gold Field Nov shot and killed ono man and fatally wounded an other Georgo L Torroy under charge of omlxttzlement at Denver Col com mitted Hiiic...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

n WHEN IM CALLED Oer the aark and swollen waters bVeuid my bout be called to glide And t ICQ the forms of loved ones Writing on tho other side Shalt 1 fear the dashing billows As they foam on every hand While before me streams tie glory Of Ills own dear promised land BhouM the night be dark and dreary And no stare bo In the sky Wlun Im called to pass the river Shall I hear the watchmans cry When He calls me to come over Cross the torrent cold and wild Shall I rear my loving Father Since I um his trusting child When the mists hang oer the river Hiding all the waters blue And the lovely hills of Canaan Ale quite hidden from my view stall I doubt my trusty Pilot Shall I fear tho misty wave When I know that He Is with me And Ills arm Is strong to save Should the day be bright with sunlight When He bids me to come home And the banquet board Is ready And awaiting me to come Shall I teal the Invitation Of His loving gracious word Or with joy shall I go over To be ever with my Lord E II Fos...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

I II y om 0 THE CITIZEN HIIIrtI IIIHH The Home JBNNIB LK8TBR MILL Mltor H1H MHHIHHIH WITH GRAPES drape Tarts Press the pulp from rile grabs stow until soft nub through a col tinder tint stow tho wklus and need Itilt pulp together milling thrco foiirllm ufn cupful of sugar to each cupful of fruit Stun fifteen miniileH Fill into baked tart shells and servo colil with cream creamJellied d Jellied Grapes 1liiro two cnpfuls of washed anil btfinmod rips grii > eH in ti tie > p dish Hprinkln among lliiin onehalf cupful each of lioilcd rlnllil sugar pour over tile half cupful of water cover clew and liako two hours ba slow oven Servo very cold with cream Grape III Syrup Fill guts with trash riH > grapes I pour full of boiling water and lot stand until tlm grax chango color then turn off thu water fill with a syrup Hindu of half sugar and half wnkr boilml together ten minutes lour over till grajx 8 llOtHtul air tight The o aru delicious crap Xitiup Stow fin KimdH of riw grnjH over a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

The Citizen list InxrxNDurr FIMIXY Non tebUIAnry Tkanday aamEr JAMES M RACER Kdlt t and robllshtt IV1IICaunOX aATM1 4LI IN ABTAXCB DTureaEJMI oM lime aoatk 11 JdbJ FotVoilie xoan = = aesa oey Draw Cluck Pfan lei Mtn or one and two cent stamps Tb Hate afur foot name shows U what wbalate winged within tliTH weka after sendtaf u MOD7 notify as nbscrlb rs wlsklaf Tsar Qrznw itopptd Dit notify us st tba vrpirstloa of their iut > Eat llou p Tln all trrrtri otbsrwlss we stall fafadcr that they with It continued Wotlfr us at onc oiiiui7ChanfeMnjr a4F asatesoofanycbanseInyeuadIUeesglvingbotholdsadnewad1 Misting Numbers due to wrappers coming pin the mills or othtrwU will g ladiy tnTOp 1ISd U wa art AoUffd Agents Wanted In very locality WrlUfci nni Anyone stndlcg ui four DIW yearly bicrlptlon will rtceU TOT Crrtisx frM fw rem BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY t ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing in every room All service fintolaaa Popular prices 1lIerchan Tailoring shop fa I connection CHAR...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

A CONVENIENT FARMHOUSE Arranged and Divided So That It Will Satisfy the Koit Exacting BOUlite The elevation and floor plans convey the general features of tho design 10 fully that little need be said by way of explanation Tho hired man has a good Ized bedroom directly over tho kitchen and 10 Isolated with a night door at the foot of the stain on the piazza that ho can retire early or late without disturb fug the household This arrangement should satisfy the most exacting house wife as It keeps the help out of the kitchen and no door need be left open at CONVENIENT FAIIU HOUSE Bight or until morning for the hired man The living room on tho first floor has an open fire place for wood fire during the cold months A room with a fireplace will change Its air three times an hour The dining room adjoining the living room also contains a fireplace and It hould be used If for ventilation alone The kitchen Is connected with the cel lar by Inside stairs and Rho has stairs from the entry to mans...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

THE CITIZEN J oh Y mil n I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I I I I 11 I 1111111111111111111 1 I 1 I I I + H H 1 + 111 + I1h 1It1A L II Bellebaum was in Louisville Sunday Henry Graham left last week for Norton Va i L A Pettns of London was in town Sunday Miss Louise Yocuni went to Lex ington Friday Elli Seale returned from St Louis yesterday Mrs L W Titus and sou urn vis iting in Frankfort James Hayes Jr of McKee is working at the Bank J E Hulett west of town is seri ously ill with typhoid fever Mrs K U Putnam attended the t Institute at Irvine lust week I Frank Lonigun and Robt Ander t son are working at Cochin Ky Miss Bess Marsh is expected to return from Nebraska tomorrow j Mrs S G Hanson is visiting her daughter Mrs Jones in Ciucinnati Prof and Mrs Dinsmpro are attending the Worlds Fair this week Miss Lillio Witt of Parsons Kan sas is visiting relatives in this vie i unity 4 iuityA A house north of town belonging to Mrs Dudley was burned Tuesday morning Wi...

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