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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

IN A FIERCE BATE Russian Cruiser Rurik Sank by l Adm Kaininuros Fleet I Cruisers Rossis and Grombol Were Disabled Toklo Joyous Over the News as It Gives Japan Mar tery Over the Boas Toklo Aug 13Adm Togo has re ported as follows On August 10 our combined fleet attacked the enemy fleet near Gu gan rock The Russian vessels were emerging from Port Arthur trying to go south Wo pursued the unemy to tho eastward Severn fighting lasted I from 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon Ituntil sundown toward tho closo tho enemys fire weakened remarkably Ills formation became confused and then his ships scattered Tho RUB i elan cruisers Askold and Novlk and f several torpedo boat destroyers fled bl to tho southward Other of the ene mys ships retreated separately toward Port Arthur Wo pursued them and andl ble damage We found life buoys and other articles belonging to tho Rus sian battleship Czarevitch floating at sea Tho Czarovltch probably was sunk We have received no reports from the torpedo boats and th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 August 1904

THE CITIZEN I t I I I I I I I I I I I III I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I I I I I I III I I Ii Eastern Kentucky News Bo CGmIJlOII4eIlCl psbUalle4 ups 1pe4 III ten by the writer Tile name U DOt for psbUcatioll but U ID evidence of good faith write plalllly OWSLEY COUNTY GREEN HALL Sundayschool Canons Chapel every Sunday at 8P MAn infant girl of E B Flanerys died tho 21st of Juland was buried in the family cemetery on the 22ndW E Minter has returned front repairing Dillard Couchs Mill at Sexton Miss Mary Minter is visiting her sister Mrs Lucy Couch Ambrose Carmnck visited Green Hall last weekHick ory Flat School began July 18th with an enrollment of 1Travis school is progressing nicely under the supervision of C A Minter Prof Lunsford began twentyday term of vocal training at Rock Springs last Monday THE CITIZEN is now a welcome visitor in many Jackson county homesBBONEVILLE I OONEVILLE This county has the finest pros pests for a com crop it has had for 20 yeorsTho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

1111 t I + JnlIt 1 + 111 HfI JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Bulfltd al Uu Porfojk at limo Ay at tieond tlau wiattmatltr HHHHIMt Ml I HM M 1H + THE CITIZEN II VOL VI A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 2fi 1904 One dollar K yerr NO 10 IDEAS Tomorrow is till heir of today Thoro can IM > no monojioly of truth 1One folly is not remedied byc0nr milting another A full purw cannot coniH > iisato for an empty head FROM THE WIDE WORLD Asuncion tho capital of Paraguay AVIIH Uimlmrdcd by insurgents rim salmon lack in British Co lumbia is wild to M + practically a failure failureTho Tho HiiKsiaii gnnlioat Ovtajn struck n mlno and wink near Port ArthurMillioim Millioim of feel of timtor hayo IMCII destroyed by font fires in British Columbia TIll Presidents of Nicaragua Sal Tailor and lloiidunis will hold n > vaii + conference I file J II 11111 flU occupied Anshan Hliiin and the Kimsians ntnatid northward toward Mukden Tho Russian hiw mado another turtle...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

n THE WAY TO THE SEA Two mountain lakes serenely lie Beneath the peaceful summer sky Close guarded by the hills thnt stand Irutcctingly on either hand With rugged crugj upreachlni high a But breezes come and breezes go r And whisper soft und whisper low > A wondrous story of the sea I The waters listen restlessly If they could know could only knowt Two mountain lirnnks rejoicing leap From stone to stone Tho way Is steep For one Its waters swift und strong Itrslstless reckleo dash along r And make themselves a channel deep to The other ands a smoother way ber nrosb grown bunks where sunbeam Play its waters to the river flow Which onwnrd moves sedate aril slow And broader grows from day to day From lake to sea the ways must be Apart and only the breezes free Know that wherever the streams may How And whether swift or whether slow I Tlny both at last shall find the sea rAllce M Dowd In Youths Companion a I I A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHATIDT Ccpi bt lyn by J D ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

I THE CITIZEN II1111III HIII I4 + + + + The School JOHN WIRT DIN8MORB Editor tI HHtH1i1flI11II1 Personal Application Tho ixx > rest most helpless infiuil M not an accident merely but a plan of Gt 1Rs Phillips Brooks linn Raid destlm d to do n definite work in the universe it Ia part of the divine plan of creation 111111nK such deserves to IM + trained for Us work This JH tho fiindainiiital argument for universal education that every child IIUH a right to a chnnco in lid IMWIUSO Gal made liiin and vmtl Mill It lit IIlIIlthillll A truth IH of no value unless jwraunttlly applied 1uulnode a motive for action People read and hear and talk and xvritu of educa tiou Tim truths and ideas about Ixltcr schools urn cried aloud every whew Tho dutyof each citizen to promote till educational interests of his children and his cotninunity IH emphasized in the press and on tin platform Thousands Hst < iiP ogrco applaud lint only tho dozens act Why not the thousands Public education in no lens d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

The Citizen Ail ImEFENDEMT FAMILY NlCWSrAT f sPobliiLed ertry Thnradty tt Beret Rl JAMES M RACER IE4ltw tud Fublliber L BUDSCRIFTIOX RATE TATABLI 1M AUYANCK OIl year llM 81s raonthi M Three months I Mad monTbr tort orfca Money Order b grer ifontjr OM r Check Draft RrJ1l1ere4 atler or one and two rent tamps Th na t after your name shows to what Itto your ub crlptlon li i > lid If It li Dot banged within this weeks after ifndlif UI Money notify ut obfterlbori wtihliif THi Cmiw stopped art noutT us at the expiration 01 their lib CII paying all arrears otherwise whtU aaader alas they with It continued Ifotltr na at one ofiany chiniet In year it nil iTlni both old and new tddrttiet S Mining Number due to wrapper toning t Ip the raalli or othirwtM will gladly btllUPO Jd If wa art aotlfled Xc nta Ranted In every locality Write for ma Anyone tending ui four new yearly ibacrlptloni will receive Tat CITIIIK Ire for l e year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

p t 0 D an 4 t L THE INDIAN RUNNER DUCK A New Variety in This Country But Quite Popular in Europe and in Asia While tho Indian Runner Is a new variety of duck so far as tho exhlbl tion room is considered to this coun try It Is not In fact a now breed to tho world In writing of them Mr J Donald says that they originally came f from India to England something over f O years ago Nat a great number of them were secured at first Those first received were bred together and their offspring bred In like manner and crowed with other varieties of ducks Shortly before 1890 they were taken up and bred through form and color Boon after this they made their appear once In the show rooms of England INDIAN HfNNCIl MTKB and attracted considerable public at tontloii Homo lltllo tlmo after tlilf I they wero brought to tho attention of tho American tanners who have done much to Improve thorn In this coun J I try The drakes of this variety weigh from 4V4 to five pounds tho ducks iibout a pound less They...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

I THE CITIZEN u Vic1nityee 1 I Ii GATHERED noM A 1IkARfEtY OF SOURCES I I I I I I I I 111 I I 11111111111 t 11 I ItIII + 1 HI IIIIIn dt111 X P Graham returned from Vir ginia Monday Gco W Pow was in Cincinnati Sunday Roy Niiuu is visiting his cousins at Point Leavell this week Miss Myrtle Titus will teach this fall at Kensee Ky Mrs M C Diusmore is visiting her mother in Ohio Judge T J Coyle returned Thursday day from Leesburg Fla L T Stewart and son of Wildie were in Berea yesterday LeeS Oayof Elyria Ohio was a guest of Miss Hanson Sunday Miss Grace Lester returned from Cbautauqua N Y Sunday night Robt Witt or Knoxville Teun was in town Monday and Tuesday Revival services are being held at the Glade Christian church this weekMiss Miss Hallio Hill is visiting her friend Miss Nannie Pennington at CorbinT T J Moody of Kingston died Friday and was buried in Richmond Saturday SaturdayRev Rev H J Derthick will preach his farewell sermon at the Second church Sunday F E Hamilton returned Mon...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

NOVVANQUISHEU llustau Cruiser Kmlly DlJlflgell by the Japs Details of the Asuult on Port Arthur Indicate That a Tremendous Con filet Is Raging With Victory I Hnnglng In the Balance CtO Fno Aug taA battle of lingo T roM > rtIoiitf raged round Port Arthur AuguRl 14 and 15 and wnii resumed Augurt 1C Tlis Japanese It In report I to facrlflued 20000 inure men but maintained liniiortont advantages ot position THo above newn wan brought hero on Junks one of which having on hoard throe Russians couconlod In I ho JMKIKO of Chinese to uscnpo from thu Japanese left Iort Arthur Wednesday night and was blown rOI1 Idly to Chu Foo by n gale Thu main force of the ntlnck was directed iiKHlnst tho left wing and resulted In 1 the capture of Pigeon buy posltlona and Honiu of the forte at llao Tleshnn At Ialun Chang thu Japanese hastily luniinled Rims which did excellent Kurvlco In uldlng tilt storming of tho right wing where the Japanese aro lAid to hare captured two furls of minor Value mounting ei...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 August 1904

t qTHE CITIZEN + I + H 11t 111111 1111111 1 1 I 1 1 Hl 1 I I I H11 + NIt MITRHI1 Eastern Kentucky News Ko conupoll4eace pb1U1Ie4 lllleu signed III tall by the rafter The name i is not lor PlblkatiOll tat as III evidence of good t1tb Write plainly 4IIIIMIdIh 1 r I 1 1 11 11 It 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 II 1 H + IItIittiiII MADISON COUNTY WALUCETON The teachers of the Glade Magis terial District will hold an n at the Christian Chapel near Wnl laceton on Sat September 3 from 930 to 8 A very interesting pro gram has been arranged An ice cream festival will be held at the same place immediately following the association Proceeds for the benefit of tho Library AU are cordially in vitcd to bring their friends EMMA J HAAOEN HICKORY PLAIN Aug OOur Sundayschool be gan Sunday with Mr Clark as sup erintendent Mr DeBaun ns assist ant and Mr Fraingor as assistant teacher Pearl Adams spent Friday night with Mrs Ida Thorpe Miss Flora Green of Big Hill is visiting her sister Mrs Tom McKeehan i Mr and Mrs ...

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

111 It j 1 4 + HH1HH + + H H + JAMES MILTON RACER ± Editor and Publisher T 11ItI1ttIIi1Wi1tIi11TiIB Enttrtd at CAe Fotiofflet at Btrm Ay III UJOfId tiara amamaikr 1HH1HHHH1HH1 IIITHE CITIZEN I that demands n moro careful pro paration If your intention is to teach your duty is obvious Secure for yourself a thorough education Whatever you may ho called upon to do in this life you will find an education will help you Besides it is your right your privilege your yourhoriingu An education is butter than money or lands or any other material tiling It cannot ho taken from you and you would not exchange it if you could for any earthly possession Thoro nro many othor reasons in favor of learning but these if right fully considered may help you to answer the question that heads this article i The Home Science Department A girl needs to learn many things besides arithmetic geography his tory or algebra No matter how rich or how poor shin may IKS she needs to know how to sew that shin may mako ...

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

I meI A I rt I I ROOM AT THE TOP There 19 always room at the top boys Whatever your calling may be lo lx ready to climb with a will boys When a btepping atone you ceo Dont loiter along by the way boys Till somebody else eels ahead Amt you seu him gather the prizes That might have been yours Instead There are honor enough to go round boys Then be sure that you win your share And fame has nlwaya a laurel wreath lur the noblest and bravest to wear e It dont be punning and cheating bo n honest upright and true Mid be sure you deal with all men An youd have them deal with you And bi ready to help a brother It his steps are treble and stow fuke his hand where the path Is rough eat And show him which way to go There In always room at the top boy And the smartest will win the day Then hot each year with Its chances Jle a step In your upward way C a In Christian Worlr IA Real Daughter I of the Revolution L By CAROLINE GEBHARDT Copyright 1902 by J It Upplncctt Company CHAITKU IV A QUARREL Jan...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1904

w Mlwi f L jmu t = I r j rV I1 I a i u + rw + I 4 Aw t THE CITIZEN I AN AIL DAY BATTLE I Jrhe Inpnncso Numbering 200 i 000 Men Attacked the nug < A sinus at Lino Yang I KUROPATKIN HAS SAME NUMBER I HeporU Credit the Jnna With Having About 1200 Gun and Many Mountain Mattering Official News From Front Say There Was Desperate Fighting on the Southern Center All Day Tues day Results Unknown St Petersburg Aug 31Tbo great battle of Mao Yang which began 6ar ly Tuesday morning raged throughout thu day with Increasing Intensity but up to this hour no further official de tails buyoml tho two brief telegrams given out In tho afternoon have been received by tho war office Every confidence Is expressed In Gen Kuropntklns ability to meet tho Japanese assault on ground of his own choosing but tho city Is hungry awaiting news of tbo progress of the fightTho Tho Japan lu forces engaged In thin battle can only bo estimated hero but they are believed to number 200000 men Gen Kuropatkln Is known to ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1904

w tl The Citizen SJT iKDErCNDEHT FAMILY Nzwu run I PablUbeJ nUT Thandtj at Bert Ky IJAMES M RACER Editor and Publlnber t BCBICBEPTtOX rtATRS FATABLB IK ADTXXCn Os yew 1103 Six months be Three months 6 I cud money by foitofilee coney Ordtr Ei MM Monty Order ChIck Drill Rtttur4 Letter or one and two cent Humps r rJoA Hal after your came howl to wba fou your lubtcrlptlon li paid It It If not Maed within there > cka after eudlnf 01 iosey notify ut bcrlb n wiihtng Tna ClTllOT stopped tut notify ui at the expiration ol their tub rtptlon paying all arreart otherwise we shall icilder that they wish It continued Sfotlfr oa a t ens ofiany chan Vln your aa Deus rt1lnrbolh old and new addresses MlMlne Numbers doe to wappen romlni err la the mail or otherwise will gladly be sup lied If we are notified Aeente Wanted In ever locality Write for term Anyone ending ui four new yearly tobtcrlpUoni will rectlT TIlE CITIIXK fret for tne year BUSINESS AND I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY j ST CHARLES HOTEL Ne...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1904

u 1 It 6 4D I I w 1 A HOMEMADE IMPLEMENT Excellent for Smoothing Hough Fields Scraping Boadu and Other f Like Purposes I havo always wanted some sort of a tool that could be used to joint and smooth Up plowed field scrape a rough road In the sprlngvand meet other like demands lint the plank granger the Hat log with a cutting edge and like de vices never quite filled the bill and they in acme way all went Into Innocuous desuetude It occurred to me that a big iron ring with some sort of an In alde cutting attachment would be the thing A bar of steel four Inches wide and onebait inch thick and long enough to make a five and onehalf foot Loop was procured Another bar of the sr AN 1MP110VIBKU UiVKLEIt fame she was made Into triangle just K fit and put Inside the hoop and rlvctc 1 v Ht the angles JUng hooks wore putlnt the outer rim to which a bale was fas teprO and then I had a most complete tool The cost was 5 and we have found It of the greatest ue All1lOAd smoother It is all that can ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1904

V w 1 THE CITIZEN m I rrriiir Y II H 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II rII s Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LU T 11 1 1 I I I I I I Iii I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I Dr Hubbell returned from Chicago Monday night Born August 17 to Mr and Mrs Win Coyle a finn boy Will Flnnery has been spending the week at Berea Knob KnobJ J W Dinsmoro was in Crab Or chard Saturday on business Mrs Will C Gamble is recovering from nn illness of several days Prof and Mrs S C Mason left Mondayfor Petoskoy Michigan TIm II J Derthick in moving to hazel Green Wolfe County this week weekDr Dr M E Jones in spending the I week l nt Mallory Springs with his family Stephensit It visited in liockcastlo County last week The revival meeting at the Glade Christian Church closed Sunday nightMiss Miss Lillian Ambrose returned Saturday from a visit in Owsloy County Mr and Mrs C A King and daughter Ethel were in Richmond I TuesdayC C C Rhodus has sold the East End Drug Store to II C Wool...

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

THREE DAYS BATTLE KRropatI Iii Compelled to Draw in Ills Advanced Position Jaen Qeneral Disappointment IB Expressed By the Newspaper Correspondents thef f nusafih Troop 8t rctcrftliurg Aug 29rAII the aowa from Mao Yung oKlclnl or other wine shows thnt Gen Kuropatkln la > gradually drawing la hid advanced po slimes to the louur ring oC his do fetuses After three days of heavy fighting the latter part of which wan Impeded by rain Uio Russians WEro compelled to disable nix guns which It was 1m l > on > lblo to tnlio from tho high post tions ovor thu muddy roads but dur Ing tbn fiGhting on the southern front they raptured some Japanese sum It I reported also tout they destroyed same Japanese mountain batteries Gen Kuropatkln has not yet dls closed whether ho Intends to make a dtelMvc light ut Uao Yang General disappointment Is express ed by tho newspaper correspondents ni tho withdrawal now In progress Tho Atatcmant that the reserves were f not railed upon to bold some of the p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1904

THE CITIZEN HIIIIIfor 1111111111111 111 11111 I H I III 1111111111 II I Eastern Kentucky News lro conepoIl411a1 pllbUlle4 miles Ifpe4 III fll11 by tile writer Tile name Is not for pabUeatloa bat u aa eTl4ellco of good faltll Write plainly LLLLLLLtt 11111111111111 iIIi1t1tIfMADISON MADISON COUNTY e WALLACETON The teachers of the Glade Magis terial District will hold an association at the Christian Chapel near Wal laceton on Sat September 3 from 930 to 3 A very interesting pro gram has been arranged An ice cream festival will be held at the samo place immediately following the association Proceeds for tho bc alt of tho Library All are cordially in vited to bring their friends EiniA J HAAOFN le Aug 22Rlw Thompson Baker I has returned to Temple ToxnsG U Gabbard is in McKee Ned Gab r bard of Jackson County visited his brother G B Gabbard last week Dan Gabbard has moved to CIaI CountG C Brockmans foot was hurt by a rock falling on itGridel I Wallace is n little bettor Henry I Wiley is exp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 September 1904

HHff1111 JAMES MILTON RACER IlIlto end Publisher ird allAl todolet at best 1w III WOfW1 eI4uIUIUr v I Preaidenls Otfirl X Beron CoHogt T THE CITIZEN II e 12I VOL VI A Family Paper BERRA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 One dollar a venr NO 12 I IDEAS i If there wore no Inzincftn in tho I world thoru would Iw very littlt poverty Moat of our opjwtunitics nro lost In gaining the exjHjrlenco which on uble uo to tine the rest Tho only thing which everyon can ilo and the only thing which any one need do in his duty FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mt VWWVIUH near Naples I nJy1ft in urtijitlon again HUM in baA arranged with Gcrmm banker tSrTpH ton of 20000 000 Hiiwila wIH mobilise two moro army oori5rT6 Bond iiguhwt the JumntMo Dr Thomas Hcrran who rt + pro euted Colombia for miveml yearn ut Washington III dead + Twonty nix Cliinowj junks which wero attempting to carry provision into Port Arthur were captured hy the Japanwo and conflNcatixl Wong Kin Yuen a iiatnrnliuH1 Chinaman has rof...

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

7 RAINY DAYS I Inc the dark ami stormy Uy The lashing bough the lirokelTfiProt The KwlrlliiR and Incessant rain i The pearled and dripping windowpane The cloud no dense that one may know For hour and hour It shall be so Click click upon the whining street Go BCiirryliiK horses nimble feel J A lone pcdcMrlmi ulantwlse bent Amiln 1 th < drenching clement No hltI or fowl In tree or sky Torn leaves In tumult drifting b And rolling with a mullled swell > A slowly tollliiKIuncral bellI Where now tho hrntiKa on pleasure bent I The eager flop the pressed Intent I They must nwalt the sunlight ray I Storm has no path for such ns they And fancy now her wand may wavem I ie the rivulet round the crave And with the twilight cornea the view 1Night eta = Ing In on Waterloo John II Honer In Century = = 1 a iA Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHARDT l Coyili IF by I B Lippincotl dmranr CHAiTFi V t 0 INTERRUPTION Only a little over Jt njllij beyond where lie bud met Tone slio w gold...

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