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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

JAMES MilTON RACER J Editor and Publisher lfIltrtd al Ae Pod opla at Bere Aw cu emend class utatf saaer f 11 H4THE CITIZEN I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1904 One dollar a year NO 17 I IDEAS Hot tempera got men into hot water Tim high are praised for what the humble do unnoticed A man who holds hin head too high is likely to hit hia foot againnt 11 nttimpTho Tho nilencu of an habitual fault finder in praino for it RIOVH that he cannot find anything to blame TAKE NOTICE Note tho celebration over the ester work noted in next column ROOSEVELT RALLY There will Iw a great rally in Boron on Saturday afternoon Q jtolxr 22nd with distinguished Hjcakorfl and good music NEXT SATURDAY OCTOHER 15 There will bo addresses and music in Borea Tabernacle at 2 pIn Sev oral HjKakorH will give addretwcn ec5nlly for yoking men who are canting their first vote WIDEWORLD FROM THE WIDE WORLD King Peter of Son jn wan anointed with grunt ceremony at Zlchn John IIoll...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

I NIGHT walked When you have walked the weary way Thr weary way that leads by noon And fakes you to the end of day Iou know thero WHIM tor you a boon You know that on ahead to rest For roses drill with twilight dew And all things seem but for the best Wb ri NIGht holds out her arms to you When Night holds out hor arms to you You know your caret have found re 1 < use That what stem battling you mutt do Is for the time bid pause by pence peaceNor And liRinjr breezed falter through The siviu where the hilts uplift And Night holds out her arms to you When Night holds out her arms It seems As though she brought each ono a < Town A crown of happiness and dreams She cornea to countryside and town With nopplis In her dusky hands And poppies In her garments too All prannfully she comes and stands And hold her soothIng arms to you Just so when you are through with strife And all worldweary on your way You reach tho ending of this lito For llfo Is but a little day There will bo naught to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

I 3 THE CITIZEN l 1 F11t1iI I I The Home Jennie L83TBR HILL Editor I II I I I II 14 11 + 111 I IH I I 1 I Hem Economies Wo menu by homo economics the study of tho ncicnco of right living in the family life Our homes arc to tho family what tho Ixxly in to tho Boul Just IIH tho soul cannot ronch itg hight > flt development unless it in in n Hound oily BO ninny families I have nn unhappy homo life l > ccniiRo tho hound in which it to lived lit In convenient on unhealthy I unhealthyIn In homo economic in studied all tho facts of chemistry natural phi losophy architecture physiology and i art which bear yen tho homo and family lifeHOUSE HOUSE AND LOCATION Do not Imlll1n house on low ground if it can lx > avoided lH cautu min water ntnnding on the ground around tho hour noon Ixscomes stag nunt and full of disease germs If jxoplo urn on tho hills around you you will naturally gut all Jho impur irks from their eelsl pools drains and barnyimlH If the IIOIIHO in nituatod on low groun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

The Citizen Alf IKDEFENDENT FAMILY Ncwspirt IoblUlied Tf ry Thunder at Bcrea Kj I JAMES M RACER t Editor and Pablliher IEdIlCr I liUnSCltlPTIOS ItATItS rXTiBLX ID ADVAXCa One year noo Hlx months M Three moutbi 3 Wed money br Post omcs Money Order Es prcs Honey Order Check Draft ReJllten4 LeUer or one lid two cent f tamp + The lint after your name shows 10 what late your subscription It paid It It la not thanied within three Week after naming ai boner notify at Butucrlbers wishing Tin Cinzrx stopped mUll notify na at the expiration of their tub tcrlptlon paying nil arrrnrt otherwise we thai lonilder that they with It continued Notify nil nt ouee ofiany chantetln your sit Ima giving both old md new fddrctxes Missing lumber dueto wrappers coming Iff In the malls or otherwise will gladly be iup lied It we are notified Agent wanted Increry locality Write for term Anyone rending u four now yearly IDbrlpUon will receive Tin CITIZEN free for tne year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

0 Chicago Chronicle jtfHfu Columbia do Away How Miiny Times MustI Tell You That I Have I JJ tNothlnc for Your T TRAINED BY DAVID HILL Berlouv Accusations Drought Against Parker by Populist Candidate for President Thomas K Wnuon iHiiiullit cant date tor i > reilUtut li a literary man having written several book which bavu hall wide circulation Ills pro ficiency In the use of words to cx true Ideas Is manifest on tho stump us well an In his published works One phrase which Mr Watson cmi ploys and whleh U particularly IX prmwlvo rails Judge lamer HIP a favorite pupil The Intercetlng pArt of this appolUitlmi Is 1U truth As Watson unys Tralnod for 20 yens in the regal of Pavo Mill It would to n marvel IlId1 If tho fsvorlte pu pil did not mmcwliat roMmble lit master who taught him Hut the popullut leader ROW farthrr He charger that 1arker Is not only the favorite pupil of David 11 Hill but that ho Is also th + stalking hor o if the corporations With plain BIcch Watson rays of corporate...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

ITHE CITIZEN I J J 11 H + IIIH I I I I II I I I I 11 I I 11 I 11 J J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LHHI = H1IHHMHHIHIllMllll MIMIlHMIHMHHIIIH W II Porter was at McKee from Tuesday until Thursday Tlio enumeration of children in Berea shows 388 white antI 121 colored Mr and Mrs V W Bales of near Richmond visited at Mrs G T i Spencers Wednesday Col Ward B Sherman of Chicago willspeak at the Rally on the after noon of Saturday Oct 22at 2 rn A C Sowden of Leavel Green has purchased the 4room house and aero of laud of Mrs Hums for 000 Mrs G T Spencers sister Mrs J II Hector and three children cnuio Monday from Harrogalo Teuti torn two weeks visit The pipelaying for the water works has begun from this end starting at Prestons corner and pro ceeding out Dig Hill Pike A H Hibbard connected with the Goodrich Rubber Co of Akron Ohio was here from Monday till Wednes dayns U B CartinelFs guest Berea is experiencing her first merrygoroun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

TAKE THE OFFENSIVE Japanese Line at Hcntsiuptzo Broken by Kuroiiatkin The Two Armies Are In the Anomal out Position of Threatening Each I Others Line of Communlca tlonAt Port Arthur Chellahlnsk Uussln Oct SCapt Atidrloff of tho Ilunlan armored cruis er rtossln of tho Vladivostok miuail ron period through hero on October C on his way to Hast urn Husslii 110 In suffering from un ocuto form of nervous prostration the result of tho turrlfla tension during the naval tight with tbo Japanese fleet under Ad in Kamlmiiro following tho departure of tho manta Oromobol and Ilurlk from Vladivostok Tho same ailment af f fects many of tho wounded who aro C UMnR luvulldud homo and who look like llvlnp corpses It seems Impossi ble for the nervous system to recuper ate from the awful strain to which It U subjected In a modern naval battle Toklo Oct flIt Is reported hero that tbo lire of tho Japnncso land bat tMrler eovprely dammed four Huimlan warstiliM In the harbor of Port Arthur It Is slated that ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 October 1904

F P V THE CITIZEN Eastern Kentucky News fro COITespoD4eDOO published un ese signed III fan by the writer The IIImo II Dot for pubUcatiOll hilt U II e114e1l00 of good flth Write plainly of I t t t t t T T t t t T t t1H1I1I + I I Glcavcs C Co contractors for the I water works arc offering work foi moil and tennis No one need lx idle or poor in tho neighborhood Korea this fall fallCLAY CLAY COUNTY CHESTNUTBURG Through a mistako of tho corrcs Xiident tho marriage of Miss Mattio Medlock of Annville to Will Isaacs was announced as having occurred last Thursday Wo are informed that such was a mistake and take this opportunity of correcting it BRIGHT SHADE Oct 6Gilbert Cottiugim has been in our midst this week collect ing taxes Frank and Oliver Wagers wont to Manchester Tuesday on bush ness Squire Smith has been attend ing Fiscal Court at Manchester this weekHO Smallwood preached at Mill Creek Sunday There were two i peddlers killed in Knox County lust week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Oct 10Mims...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

r ΒΌ 10 Uruoke 1 I I I I IiHMlI1I11Iltf JAMES MilTON RACER Editor and Publisher Ih allAl Poetofet GI Berea Ir aa UORd dou uroa nwtkr r l 41c t THE CITIZEN u 1 Sixteen Departments Bight Pages + 1 + 1111 1 VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1904 One dollar a Tear NO 18 l IDEAS Luck IH usually unseen labor Men respect those who follow nut tlioHo who follow them The lest mUll to employ nru those who nru making n reputation not thoHo who have matlo one TAKE NOTICE Election Day is Tuesday Novomlwr 8th 8thRend Rend the chapter nbout Girls on pains i Note the celebration over the water works noted in next column On page 7 our renders will haw a chance to hour both sides for wu give nrliclert by BOIIIO of thu ablest men of lxth the Republican and the Demo ratio patty REPUBLICAN SPEAKING Col W B Sherman of Chicago will speak In the Berea Tabernacle Saturday Oct 22 at 130 HORSEBACK PARADE at 1230 will be participated in by both ladles and gentlemen FROM THE ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

n iDR GOODCHEERS REMEDY rMl nil cut of kilter < li you7 Nothing BOOS to null you ijultc HtrlCH seem sort of dark ami clouiletl Though tltf day is fair and bright JCyvs affected foil to mKIca Ilmuty spread on every rmnd T HwirlnK ao Impaired youre miming Nonas of praise We t and srandT No your cart I t not uncmnrnon Ill a popular illalrefii Though th not at all eontSKlons Tli u amU hive It more or lir II Rut It yield to Dimple treatment And IH cuy quite tn cure K you toW my directions Cotivaleiseoce quick In sure Take a bit of cheerful thinking Add a portion of content And with both let I lail endeavor Mixed with earnest n > l c blent The with care and skill compounded Will prmluce a magic oil That IH bound to cure If token With a lot of honest toll If your heart Is dull and heavy If your hnp Is jmle with doubt Try this wondrous OH of Promise For twill drive the evil out Who will mix 1tT Not the druggist From tin bottle on his shelf Tho InstTllonts required You nirst flnd withi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

I 1 > i I THE CITIZEN r i H The Home JBNN1B LESTER BILL Editor I4F1II 111ItI11II1Itl1tII1 A Tale With a Moral Oh Clarence darN cried Mrs Hat What have you tound to eat Im lure It must be something nice And know It mutt be iweet i nut Mr Hat Jut gruffly > ajd Ifeur right It cant to beau And never offered Jolrl Rat A mouthful of the treat Jr ate away the llvtlonu day And far Into th nlsht llhr better halt she wept and begged For Jui > a little bltV I nut Mr fat ate en until + The bite was empty quite Now come the sequel and t think I It really ocrvei him right WHAT IUVK toU rorno TO CAT The nut day he commenced to crow And get both tali and fat njr noon he wan at let the lie Of any ordinary cat At dinner time poor Clarence lay Quite tick upon the mat Ill rite more like an elephant Than that of any rat Now west forclrtnc Mra Hat So werrled did eke feel Sha ouht nil paper bag from which Ho aU hla hearty meal Th Made Fertlllierl ebe taw printed on the a1 And put her little brain...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

The Citizen 1a ImcTEMDEirr FAXILT NEw ua PnbUiLed every TavreUy at Berea Xy JAMES M RACER Editor and rubllibcr SUBSCRIPTION BATES rATABIB I ADTAMCB Os year H0 MX month M Three month 26 d noney by oat oafe Money Orde z pter Montr Order Cbeek Draft Jterttte lAtter or one and two test 1110111 pi n Date alter Tout name how to what late your lubicrlptlon It paid It It to cot berried within three Wh after neadlag M Meaty notify ui jnbtcriber wUhllf Tai Cmtuc itoppei punt notify ni al the expiration of their sub lerlptlon paying all error otherwU we br1l MDtlder that they with It continued Notify a a at one of < uy chtntXln your a ITCM firing both old tod new addreuei Ytring umbr due to wrap en eomleg ff In tbe rntlli or otherwUe will gladly be sup UenIt esae ei oor rlled U we are jotlfled I Agent Wanted in every locality Writ for terms Anyone Mndtng 111 four new yearly robecrlpllon will receive Taa Cltiiix free row ane year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furni...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

THE SUNS JOURNEY The sun Ia up 10 very long Before a body out lie burden throuith the dunk and dew And garden flowers about A little child may peep at him While lying lUll ID bed And watch behind the nursery blind JIll round and yellow head From morn to noon and afternoon JIll pane lowly round And warm the trees and all he icei And dries the dewy ground Bomctlinra ha altl Irolde the door Bomtlmm upon the wall Hit Btopn and pat Uie tabbycat And ha a tmUe for all Cut when the day U near Iti end And children nod and yawn Witb Mrpii aa far giant are lie trldrn acnou the lawn Iliijond the field he got until ware twadowB end you spy A half hla head and then Initrad One winking sleepy eye Carolyn 8 llally In Youths Com an ion TRAVELER CHAMPION DOC TRAVELER Scotch Collie Although But Six Tears Old lifts Already Covered 0000 Milts 4As a globe trotter with wanderings mfvndlnK from the frigid regions of tueiBostb to the tropic and with nil ifinK and wealing that cover the farthest tieavhei of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

I 1Ii1iTCITIZEN M y r I r It1Hf I II HKH + 1 lIII1 Berea and Vicinity i f GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J1H HI 1 + H 1 1 I 1 i 11 111 H Horn to Mr and Mrs Ambrose McIIone Saturday Oct 15a son The Baptist church has received a new coat of white paint the past week Tim Yilliainsburg football team will play hero next Saturday after noon ntii30 p in Mrs J Harry Vance Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Robert Harris and Miss Totmnie Colo Covington worn Bertm visitors last week Moses Anglin of Disputanta and family have moved into the Uiehurd 4 son property on Center Street Harley Racer and mother returned Monday morning and will live in the house across from Bicknell C Earlys Frank Livengood is at St Augus tine Fla nnd has secured employ ment in the general offices of the Florida East Coast Ry Co Sherd Baker andwife returned from Louisville Sunday After a visit of two weeks they will again take up school work in that city Mr Speed Gates came last Satur day for n visit with Chas Farris of Farrist...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

If w MAKING THE RECORD poVl 1 iFF TijEJ 1 OCRAUlf CAMPAIGN A RECORD FOR q 1J IN 10 LITTLE BITS OF HISTORY Measurei Candidate Davis Protracted Experience Tho Chicago Tribune seems to be deep ly improved by Candidate Davis long life Hy It it ii reminded of many things that happened many many years ago just as thousands of other Do you re member for instance that Fn 1823 Henry O Davis was born In 1821 John Qulncy Adams was elected president In 1S3Jonry O Davis was seven yean old James O Ulalne was born Webster and Hayne had their famous debate William IV ascended the Eng Itch throne the first locomotive was built by Iolor Cooper In 1837 Victoria became queen of England Chicago was Incorporated with population of 4170 Michigan was admitted into union Henry Q Davis was 14 years of age In 1814 Rutherford B Hayes and Henry 0 Davis cast their first voles the flnt totograph line wis established In JI4S Zachary Taylor was elected president the free soil party was formed gold was discovered In...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 October 1904

I A I THE CITIZEN 1 Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pnMlined nnlett tlcned in fan by the writer The name ti not for publication but a i an evidence of rood faith Write plainly J LLLLLLLLLLLfLLLL For Our Children I Now is the time to strengthen our resolution that our children shall hmo the benefit of tho public schools provided by the state Tho schools nru open and tho pay of tho teacher is provided Now shall our children have the benefit of it Will the trustees make tho schoolhouse com fortable before bad weather sets in Will the proper officers look after the roads and bridges t Will the parents provide fit clothing Will tho teach er stir everybody up to tho will of duty for our children r If THE CITIZEN does you good sub scribe for it and pay for it OWSLEY COUNTY DOORWAY Oct 10 Mosfpeoplo are through shocking corn Sorghum making is all the rage at present there being onlsix cane mills in this vicinity DowBrico Dean has just finished making sorghum N P Ambrose Isaac Irvine...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 October 1904

i t RACERI Editor and Publisher Snkrc4 al limn Pa40Qln Gl Bmo Ay ILl ueond eke IIIIn 1111 + 111111 J J 1 1 ItI1tII I wt < j THE CITIZEN I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 One dollar a year NO 19 IDEAS A Christian to onu who lover thoso whom ho ilexs nutlike A I f wo wero to tnku tlm conceit out of HOIIIK jnxiple tint rcniniiiH would defy leutif canon UdcntiliciitionOnu Onu of thu most common impro priutii of Hi > ccch is I cant for I will TAKE NOTICE Election buy isTuemlny November 8thA Republican Ilnlly will lx nil dnwHcd next Tuesday in tbo TulxT i noelLit 8 pm by Mr J L McCoy FROM THE WIDE WORLD ArningDimmb are lwu mudo for t a Ikvr colony of 400 families in till loullllllllO nUtI fox II icJl Ilt No less than 2000 BernuJhirby ClmrhiK 11 Sjnirgion uro in printed form and there IK a counluut demand for theta thiimTho Tho advance guard of the Russian Steond Pacific squadron of torpedo I IxMitrt to in tho outer hnrbor of Cher iMUirg F...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 October 1904

f THE CITIZEN I JAMES M RACER Publisher I t BKREA KENTUCKY 1 FRIENDS WORTH THE HAVING 11 nvindlnthetmlr and Ualn In Ihe face nalnlnIhtfacet 4 at command For mans tho hour and mans the place WIC frolicked together on ocean or land f TfhojH brighten the Jurk of your gloom lest mood Theyll strengthen your heart with their ol8terous play Theyll buffet your anger until Its sub duel Theyll sport with your sorrow und whisk It away Dont clutch In your curls with that grasp of dcapalr A toor on the check Is a drop out of place Ill rumple your tre + roars WindIn WlndIO1ththllir the halr Ld me do your ctylBBt trills nllinInI Ihe face No evcnlcaRue boots like a pair of old shoes No wl hcloak that equals a raln beaded coat re take you away from the Kealm of the Itlues To give you the will that grips Care by the throat > How petty our Briefs under Gods open sky1 How often but ghosts of a conjuring I brain Itow quickly they dwindle how lightly they tI When winnowed and washed by the wind and th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 October 1904

I THE2ICITIZENr i u MIlMIh tL1lThe Home JBRH1B LESTER HILL Editor HHHHHHH + IIII1I IIIi1I A Manic Hall Ior ttio girl Htinlont in mimic a roll in which to entry selections Is nlinoxt n necessity An Inexpensive one mny bo made of dress lining using two six teen Inch Hiiinru plecesqullted with BtrulKht roWM lit innvlilnu stitching One end IH rounded for tho flap amt tilt edges ore bound with brown braid A strap Ohio Inch wide and twelve inches long In Hindu ofllneii and braid stitched together nod llnlihed with a buckle Thu strap IH fastened on the center of I ho outside A hiindle IH inndo like tint Htrnp nod IH stitched on about three Inched of the edged near the t rounded end of tho roll It the linen Is stretched and pasued thoroughly to nmke It HtllT the roll will wenr an well UN n leather nne Woumns Home Com u panion far e > and Malrlmnnjr Tin Inleit rtMirt of tho royal nntlonal potiNlon fund for mimes of England practically stateii that there IH no other work for women which no...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 October 1904

The Citizen Aw JptFiNDrxT FAMILY Nnsrua Poblltbed trerr 7Tmr d 7 al Bert Ky I I JAMES M RACER Editor aDd Publisher I CBscntrnoii BATRS rAYABU IV ADTANCB Oat ur HM Ml month JO Throe mouth U end wooer by rot o ei Money Onfac ll rM Money Order Check Draft htfUwrw litter or one and two cent itunps Thl Vat after your name thowt to what late jour tubtcrlptlon It paid 11 It b trot buN within three ireeki alter Mndtig ut pony notify ui Babfcribri wlihlng Tni Crruzx topptl oust notify u al the explratlnajrf thtr sub tertptlou paying all arrears otherwte WI shall lonildtr that they wish It continued Notify ne at me olitnr chir year ae ItMiglTlncboth old and new addresses Mlulnc Number doc to wrappers eotnlof atf In the math or otherwlM will gladly be sup ailed If we are notified Actnt Wanted In every locality Write for lerma Anyone tending nt four new yearly labtcrlptlom will receive Tag CRIIIH free fer me year I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every ro...

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