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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 September 1904

I ty THE CITIZEN 7 1 I IMMMHWIHH HMM I I The School i JOHN whir uinsMOHR Editor 4 J HHHI1HHHH1HWHI4Lottor Lottor to Young Toacher ill Dear Frivtnt Vo must iniiku automatic mid liiiliUiml IIH early UN > ossihlo IIH r many useful actions IIH wo vulnlH 1 JamoH in his Talks to Teachers It is often Haiti that habit in wcontl nature hut tho Duke of Wellington called it Inn limes nntiiro When you teach you will rumcm I her isnid you nro to around Intent JKMVOIN mill direct growth along right linitf and now I wish to add that growth aloujj right Hum consists informing habits of right nut Ion Habits which will not leave tlio or dinary conduct of your pupils ton mental decision at thin tit lu of till uutlon when n wrong judgment is apt to IMI made hilt InibitH which will I innko it n matter of senli rtllox nut ion f the result of unchanging ordero writ I tun in till physical organism of thu child This will give jKwor nnd mastery mill joy nnd n thirst for morti I for deeM > r and jut deo...

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

The Citizen An INDEPENDENT FAMILT XEWsrirn I Inbltilied every Thdrdart Berts Ky JAMES M RACER Editor end Publlihrr SCHSCItlPTION UATKS rATAULt IH AUTAXCB One year II M Mix niontht M Three months 2 Band money tr Ioiloflloa Money Ordr Ex ptees Honor Order Check Draft Kfjlttrrtd later or one and two rent ilvmp rhr lIt < i after your yam howl to whit Ute your tubirrlpllon It pplcl II It li cot bus eJ within three > eeki After sending us lonrjr nollfy HI Nubierllitrs wlihliig THa eiTHI topped tiiiit notirj us > t the explrxtloit ol Ihflr sub > ft1lloll pivn sll Anan otherwise ws b 1I Elpllou that tbfjr with It eouttnund motif us at nan ilunT cliane In jrour sd lrf itUlnr berth old add new t < ldnu e adoI iltttlni Nnmbers due lo wrappers romloc I sir in the mills or otherwise will gladly be sup f lle < l II ne are notified Agents Tamed In very lor llly Write for Inns Anyone tending in tour oiw yearly ubcrtpUoal will receive Tar Clrlrp > free for the year BUSINESS AND ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 September 1904

COLONY HOUSED FOR CHICKS The Model Here Described and Pic Lured Has Been Used Success fully for Year The uses of these houses may well r tie likened to plant growing Wa quite frequently atari tomatoes and cabbage plants In very malt boxes leaving them there until time to transplant to their cold storage frames and later to the field where they fin ish their growth What would we ex Sleet these plants to amount to if left where the seed was first started It i la needless to answer this question for I any aano person know That Is just i what we do with our chicks when wi atlttnpt to raise them around the Ixill line with older fowls P I have these buildings set all over toy place about 100 frot apart 1 wish I had room to put them farther apart After my chick have reached a cer i tain age they are transferred to their i lioiuta where they are allowed full freedom just as soon as they are 01 nough to know when to go In and out of the rain and storm If farm i er would keep more fowls and e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 September 1904

I THE CITIZENI j Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HHHHMMK I II I II I t II t I II r 1 I I I H IIrlHH + HH H John D White of Clay County wits in Borea Tuesday B E Cartmell returned Friday night from Akron Ohio Will Duncan has gone to Van Alstyno Texas for a visit Millard Lutes of Carr Mo iR visiting his sister Mrs L C Duncan Rev II J Derthick and family left Friday morning for Hazel Green Miss Ethel Mao Richardson left Saturday fora weeks visit at Wildio The Union Church and Sunday school will give a picnic Saturday at Slate Lick Miss Jennie Hanson entertained 10 guests at a progressive flinch party Friday night Mr and mC B Lindsloy roo turned Friday from a months visit at Corning N Y Miss Eva Duncan who has been in Cincinnati for several days has returned to Winchester Several from hero went to the Scaffold Cane Teachers Association meeting Saturday evening Howard Clark is very sick at tho homo of his parents Mr and Mrs S L Clark on Chestnit street A number of p...

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

RUSSIANS RETREAT Gen Kuropntldu NYitlulravMiIUa r Army to the Nortli = t DesperateFf IsttlltiTtipkPlace In the Vicinity eyLti Yrigln Which It Ic Said the Russians Lost 30000 Man5 i Llao Yang AdftrltiliK la th saburl4of thtscTy lx an TUlll lay morning and lasted nil dar Tho IIHN on both sides was heavy Nearly half n mllllon mon were engaged Tim cannonading was tcrrlflc The HUM glens are using big ordnance wlilcli la In position InithiT Inner ring of thu fjiULlao Llao Yang Sept IThe second days battlo commenced at dawn Wed nesday Tho Russians made repeated bayonet advances on the road directly olth of Llao Yang whore thu Japan ne arproached from Hanqimlnhlp and < Tao shelling t o positions In the HUll Stan lines tuuHfi 4 In the afternoon when thoyon Slmpnl which wag gen eras throughout the miiilh and wluth oa + t narrowed to the main line Tim Iirmni > yxlvnncoon the twilheaHt was 11lY of thjs KengWnngChonK road InirootlkUiily In front of CliJaofunlun the JIIIDftl mublMriily alto...

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

I Y THE CITIZEN I H 11 I I I I I I I I I I II I I I II I II II II I I 11 I I I I I I I H + II + l 111 I I Eastern Kentucky News 10 correspondence pllbllbe4 1l111ea signed III tan by the writer The DAme ia not for publication bat a II evidence of rood faith Write plainly + + + I + H I II I I r I I I H I I I I I I r III I t I H I I I I H 101 + 1 I 101 + 1 HI MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN AUK 30jBI Dollio Burnnin i S visiting her mother Rev R II M middy Tilled his appointment lion Sunday Attendance good Collec tion ItMrs Sophia Gentry ROW to Cincinnati Sunday for a two weeks with her IOn1 and Mrs G L C1 IU entertained Sunday Mrs Alice Phelps was called tc Richmond Tuesday by the illness ol her daughter Mrs Allena Rice Mrs Lue Warner of Indiana is visiting here KINGSTON Sept 5W A GilliH of Brum met and Miss Bessie Perkins of jflioukholds Ky arc to IKJ the guests BrMiss Rosa Ballard next week Miss Nannie Harp of Lexington and Mrs Ewing Maupin of Lafol I lode Tenn are visiting Mrs W R H lhlll...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

r JAMES MilTON RACER Editor and Publllhr nitro et IAt Pod opka III BtrftJ 1 r III second eIAu UIIn UIInJ J H J J 11 1 J J 11 II THE CITIZEN tr y VOL VI A Family Papbr BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IB 1901 One dollar a year NO 18 I IDEAS 1 l Today IH tho time to do your duty Tomorrow will tnko care of itself Ono of tho rare tiling of this world H a I 011 for who neither smokes chows drinkn nor swears enllr r not toll till difference lMtwvon u fact r mid n gilt eliaxl dream FROM THE WIDE WORLD A great firo ill raging in tho city of I 1rogrenHO on tlio const of Yucatan innfL L with killing women and children on HtlIlIllII IHIIIIIII Tlio Cuban sonata ratified n treaty of tatrmlilion botwcun tlio United State and Cuba Admiral Walkers indifference to diplomatic ainonitieH IH wild to Ixi cniiHing ill fouling in Panama Col ollllghllMOOrulof the British ThiIM + lau iniHuion signed a treaty with tint TliilMtun oIlicialH at Lhasa Louis Dolbler who for twenty punt directed tl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

NS THE FLOWER ON THE TRAIL My heart was weary yesterday I cuiUl The day Is long Tim busy hum of middle day Shuts out the morning song The rush of myriad hurrying feet That crowd the upward slope atavc crushed the daisies Into dust And spent the dews of hope Then straight within the trampled path The eager throng had trod A little purple Bower unclosed Nor pined for greener sod And one whore load had weighted fore Looked down at It and smiled And dreamed of woodland trails hed loved To follow when A child fli Mill when liltternes and fret Would drown the melody Some little harmony ideals In To set the music fret And we may keep till eventide The morning Joys we knew If ever In our harts there live The daisies and the dew harlot M Hall In Youths Companion A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE CEBHAROT Ceprlichl1901 ly 1 B Li > piooott Can pair CHAPTER VII A RBVEIATION Once on the road Bessemer and his men put spurs io their horwe und galloped nt a lively rate Seoul bud repo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

3 THEfj CITIZEN H The Home JENNIE LISTER BILL Editor I H1HHHHH IM lH I lllll EVENING AT THE FARM Into the jrnnl the Inner eon rII Ilanaaand chulii are him Eway III the wa IIIhIII1 Joke anti 11011111 The ilmira la Hit stack the hay III the mow Tbv nmllnr tleru fulling The Itlcnilljr tli < H > lilt welCome bloat AIIlfIK mine KrimUUK to hit fci And ih wlilmijlnr mart hrr muter knout Wifii Into the yard the former grwa Ills cattle tailing Now to her Ik the milkmaid COM The Altle 10llle eruwdlni IIIrtllllb use lilt gsleIuahig Al nii the trough lir tho Uruiyanl pump pumpTlxtlralleioine flIIl1l1Theil Theupw atllrli lirllrr II quirk and hr Hut the nlJ row wiltumrltli Irainiiill rye AIII the wldle tlru Ills nlr bright hell lIow Wlillr Ui her talk the mllklnald rwt 1I0lllhillelJ railing To > upper at tart the farmer tort Th ai > lm art parr l tin aiwc frail The uurin told then all to txil Wllhoul the edrkrU < IM M mnf Wakrt thrill Ilia tlUnra all night long The heavy Orwa are l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

The Citizen Ax IHDWENDENT FAIIILT NIWSMTOI PnblUbea every ThnmUy at Berta Ky JAMES M RACER Editor end PubllVW I sciiscRirnoN HATES FATiBLI 1H ADTAKCE One Jr 1109 nix months M Threw mouths 2ft tend monejby Post ofae Money Ordrr Ex t Money Order Check Draft RegUUre4 Letter or one and two cent sump Th Ilt alter your name shows lo wbal late year lubicrlpllon li paid If If Is not named within three weks after sendUg us itotiey notify ui nbsciibers wishing Tae ClTlHM stopped Butt notify ui at the expiration ot their iub crtptlon prlnn all arrrsn olherwls we libel builder tnat they wlib It continued Motif us at one ofiany ehanretln your ad lriTlDbolh old sod new sddrewes MlMlnC Number dal to wrapper coming iff In the malls or otherwise will gladly be mp > lied If w are aotlBed Atn < Wantecl In err locality VfrtU lor i derma Anyone sending UJ tour nw yearly rabKrlpUons will real Tns Crrlla free Sot so year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

r HINtS FOR FARM BUILDERS How to Put a Durable Foundation tin < der Structures Put Up Some Seasons Before I Tbe Illustration bowl an excellent plan lor putting a tight foundation under a barn or other structure that Is already built This Is usually a dim cult matter particularly the building is close to the ground Foundation should extend down below frost line Dha trench t close to the born as shown and then under tho barn to re quired distance to accommodate width I MAKING A FOUNDATION of foundation Exactly under edge of building at bottom of wide trench drive stakes and put down a rough board w as shown In cut Kill II behind board with loose stones II putting on other boards and adding more tones until Ihty stand level with the surface of the round The trcnrh outside the barn Is now filled In with earth packing down rolldly L ave old boards where they are Flat stones n can now bo put In above the ground and cemented Some time It Is found rmiro convenient to place thrne stones b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

THE CITIZEN 3hfiI111i + H r r 1 1 1 1 11 III 1 I I 1 H I H 1 1 I I 11 1 I I I 11 I I I I 1 1 I Berea and Vicinity J GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LrrH = + + 411 IIII + 1 IIttI1t Tutor niul Mrs C D Lowfa wero in liichmond Thursday Miss Bessie Hays spent Sunday with relatives in Dreyfus Rev It B Neale of Orayson is visiting Keren friends Miss Susie C Witt will leave the 30th for Washington D C Miss Amy Smith of Ibox Va is visiting for a few days in Berea Mrs Leon Lewis loft for Cincin nati the Olh to attend her brothers funeral funeralMrs Mrs 13 IL Yocum and family have rented a little home in Mayfield Calif which will bo their address for the present Mr and Mrs J L Mundof Paris Ky and Miss Lillie Witt of Parsons Knns are visiting Mr and Mrs T C Witt of Kingston Miss Susie Witt of Kingston en tertained a mutter of friends Thurs day evening in honor of her guest Miss Lillie Witt of Parsons Kansas Sargent Fee Derthick infant son of II J Derthickand wife fell asleep in Jesus Friday ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

FRIGHT FUr DISASTER A Column of Jnps Blown Up by a Russian Mine Japanese Rifles Leg and Arm Went Hurtling Through the Air and the Hillldis Were Strewn With the Dead Cronntadti Sept 12rho Dnltla nest under command of Vice Adiu Rojnetvcnsky sailed Sunday after noon Tho destination of tho fleet nine I battleships four cruiser and several torpedo boats la the far east i Chto Foo Sept tA Japanese col I umn numbering approximately 700 men while marching along at night on a rond In the valley botwoon Long 11111 and Davlson Hilt met n fright fill disaster through tho explosion of an electric land rain on September 1 Tho mlno was carefully laid by tho IlimflaDR throo weeks ago It covered JtJtll a mllo ot nvallablo marching J spare The explosive was placed at I the bottom Hocks wore placed next and on top of those clay was packed MO carifiilly that tho ground Rave tho mpMHtlon df not having boon dis turbed Tho Indication of Japanese activity In this vicinity put the Rus clans on guard Near mi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 September 1904

41H I M Hi I 1 + 11111 II I I I I I 11 I I I I 11 + 111 I I I t II Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence published unless ilcced in toll by the writer The Dime U not for publication but as an eridence ot good faith Write plainly I II I HoJII11 I 1 r I II 1 I 1 II I + IvJ I 1 I 1 1 1 1 + 11 II I I I VHIIIlHH CLAY COUNTY CHESTNUTBURO Sept 5 Messrs E Chestnut J and Kobert Clark and Miss Mnttio Clark attended the show at London Dr R G Webb of Bright Shade visited relatives hero a few days ago Isaac CliPsnut and son Thoo ago at homo from OneidaDr J M Morris and family of Burning Springs visited at Edmond Chcsnutn this week John F Dean and Blev ins Allen wore hero lost week S hool hero is progressing nicely un der the management of Miss Susie Louise McLeudon of Oneida Some excitement was caused last Saturday when Jim Helton of Burning Springs attempted to arrest a man who gave his name as Ingram In gram drew a revolver and took to tho woods and has not been seen since Clark Chesnut visi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

t HMMMMMMK C JAMES MILTON RACER L Editor and Publisher Knttrtd at tke PMtefflet at Btrta Ay 01 iceond clou madmaittr 1114 HII + I II114 + 4 + IIIH H4THE CITIZENSixteen II I I I I I I I I 114 t ff 4 4 tJ i Sixteen DepartmentsI Eight Pages ltttIt = tifi iI 11 VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1901 One dollar a vnr NO 14 1 IDEAS Good rcHolutioiiH hlowly crystallize into paid linbitft Men Hplll into parties bocaune they wo lint in part ji A man who in proswd for timo t cannot afford to Ixt in a hurr AH yon treat others in the day of your strength HO will they trout yon in tho day of your weuknusH FROM THE WIDE WORLD Irinco Herbert Uimnarck in dead An unumial inllnx of Irish iniinl grants m riixntod by thu authorities at Non York Strikers at Turin Italy destroyed much projxrly nomwitatlng till Mtitliii of 2000 tnxw to asmut in their subjection Russia in her reply to tho United Slides anil Great Itritain lion agreed to Homo modification of her views...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

1 I I i On THEIR HELP Buck whore he was u freckled boy 1 + Ith rugged troustrs on Tlu girls made fun of what he won Tin common nlckimtnc that he bore VVa Knil > tyH < ti < Kc1 John Inn parked hi clothes and went away Not thai lie wished to go Hut that lhoy did not Bem to care To help li IP g out the talent then Of one sj far below Ie lookd back at the dear old town Thin hlmptyIleaded John Amt where lie want hIs tears were strewn Hut they that stayed wept not and soon I KorKot tint hf was tone lrOlleI lie tiilld through wearing weeks and I rears riruiktl and alone Till Jovinitly one day he found lilK feel uixvn the tajtmott round Ills Rreatnmw widely known Down In the heart a fondness for The old town lingered on They han d him there with shouts oer Lund A Imnner waved on which he read T1irlr welcome Our John S K Klr tn Chicago necordHerald i I A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHARDT Cop rinht rryt by J 8 Lippincott anI ell ITEI vi i r roxTixrri > She had M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

THEfl CITIZEN HII HIHlHIIl The Home JBnniB LESTBB HILL Bdltof I11111II 1111111 IIHt HHHI JPICNIC LUNCHEONS Ono of till most delightful forms of entertaining for limo little folks is I a picnic uinl it is not too Into for them now Tint success of a picnic Ihs largely in tliu packing of tliu baskets limo iiuwtt convenient way is to lot Inch ono lava his or her own private basket or box daintily packed with an apMtizing luncheon n Jap anese napkin and fruit Hy far tlio moil iiii orlaiit product of till picnic basket in till sandwich Only tho IMNI broad should bu used and that twenty four hears old Hnttor tho bread beforn slicing and if the crust IH cut olT it must lo after tint wind wiihes aro Interim AIry One lilling for sandwiches in tnado from equal parts of boiled ham anil hard Ixriled eggs cliopiNd together Another filling consists of ono part ininced ham and two of chicken with six minced olivcH to a pint of tho mix taro Littlo folk enjoy sandwiches lItl1with very thin slice of r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

T The Citizen In INDEPENDENT FAMILY NKWsrirm Published rrrrr Thurwliy at Bert Ky IPubllbd JAMES M RACER I Editor and Pubtlihtr SCUSCUirTION nATKS rAYAHLI IX AUVJLXCB One year II M Six months f Three month rdb B ni1 monry by Toftoffire Money Order Ex wit Money Order Chirk Draft Rffiitertd lAtter or one and two cent Mainps i The Int after your name ihowi to what ate your subscription It paid II It It cot tanged within three weeks after reading ui coney notify ui Bubicrlher within Till CITIIKX stopped fcmt notify u > at the expiration of their nib ItrlptlOD paying all arrear otlicrwlM we hall r1sider tpaying wish continued y Itr omlder that they wish It continued Notify ua nt once ofiany chan Mn your ad arenRlvlng both old and new addrc ei MUtlnc Number due to wrapper coming iff In the malls or othorwlte w 111 gluUr be sup fled If we are notified Agent Wantxl In every locality Write for lermi Anyone tending us four ww yearly jnbeerlptlon will receive Tin CITUHK tree for the year I 1...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

uo u li Nii 1fffii1 n ryl e w7mn u eMwVV 1Lt1 t I MwVVr UCl mI r ilJl CHEAPPOULTRY CHEAP POULTRY HOUSES Valuable Suggestions from nn Illi nois Lady Who linn Made Hen + Keeping a Success 1 keep about 800 fowls and have eev era small houtes such as shown In ac companying Illustration The house are I I built some of pine and tome of oak lum ber They are 7 feet wide and 10 feet long 7 feat high In front and 4k feet at buck Sills are Jx4lnch oak caps ZxMQh pine They have one window of six lights 24x30 Inches In front 3 1vf from the ground one small window without glass but a wooden shutter 2 IXfUHIOK VIEW UP IIOt K 1101810J fort mttaro IB end opposite door for air and restitution two Mils for fowls IN fMML Hate platform length of house 3 feel wMa under perches to catch drup irtMsjt This la kept covered with dirt IS or duel lietweoti dropping boards aad floor Is a platform for neat AU platforms aNd pmfces are removable llouttt have 1earth floor Kara bout has one tars I door pteeed IB the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

L 5IsernAeryrelr 1tIf n J Le 1iI 11tlb w J1XJ1 I CHEAP POULTRY HOUSES Valuable Suggestions from an Illi nois Lady Who Una Made lien Keeping a Success 1 keep about 900 fowls and have acv oral small houses mich as shown In ac componylng Illustration The houses are built same of pine and some of oak lum ber They are 7 feet wide and 10 feet long 7 feet high In front and 4H feet IIat buek Bills arc Sxliuch oak caps 2x4lnoh plno They have one window of six llfchts 24x30 Inches In front 3 1ot from tho ground ono small window without glass but a wooden shutter 2 1NTBIUOH view UP lunar 110810I frtt square In end opposite door for air and ventilation two exits for fowl in front Have platform lellltb of house 3 feet wide ruder perchee to catch drop > lnns This Is kept covered with dirt or dasLBetween Between dropping boards and floor Is I a platform for n eU All platforms and perefcet are removable i1oas have earth tears Koch house km one large I door placed In Ike and eloee to the front i ...

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