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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 November 1904

II11i1ttI11FIfJAMES JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Knifrtti at tkt Pat oDln at Brrta Ay at KeondJ else mnttnatttr JL HIIII 11 I 1 1 1 1 H HHW THE CITIZEN I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 loot One dollar a year NO 22 IDEAS IDEASI An idle mini is full of ailmeiitH Do right mid you will eotnu out right Unless thought in concentrated It t 1 only drizzles A torrent of words soldom proceed from a spring of thought Thu wisdom of thu heart in oftoi greater than that of thu head TAKE NOTICE Edward Baxter Parry thu mind Pianist will Ix < nt thu Talxrnaclu Friday evening Novumlwr 2Sh Mr Ferry in tho only man Bond or alive who has given over twelve hun Iced cbaearta la te3ahoiiaelsulireyi iirw New York Mwttettl Courier Lovers of high clam music should not fall to hear Perry See poote > FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tljo Japanese loan of 300000 was ovorsulxcrilvd ten times It in Huid that complete order bas IMIII rrntorcd at Rio Janeiro Tho total st...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 November 1904

THE CITIZEN JAatES M RACER Publitber ItlItVA KENTUCKY oetlOONNNN OONNNON ID LEIGHi i LAURA LEIGH 1 I I How Th j Were Bind by t P ud 8tadwlch IlIow k9 lrK txkklr klcr i ty DY ROBERT C HrELROT NINNNN NNN NN s soon as the mallsack was se All curely fastened to her back and Mho felt her masters weight in the stirrup Swinging Sarah lost no time la making her departure She dashed through the outskirts of the town and mounted the uptrail with that easy KWlftnoss that had given her ho eu phonlous name she bore It Is not to be presumed from this llly morning burst of speed on lcav ing the Ouray postofflce that Tom Al derson was an unmerciful horseman Swinging Sarah knew better than that and on sight of a certain petticoat tra TciBi > er tw MuutiUn road ahead she had learned to regulate her speed to a most unassuming gait Between the surprising intelligent of Aldereons mount and the loitering puce of Prince the worthy pony which conveyed Miss Nellie McSwain school maam at Potosi school 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. — 17 November 1904

nIf I + H + HIHMIHHHHH I r I The Home JBHHIB LESTER HILL Editor HHHlHHHHHHHHMl Cold Water and Health Ono of llio malt interesting devel opments in modern medical Hcionco iH tliu curtain proof of tho iiiiinuiiKo iniHrtaiifo of cold water to liunlth 1 lMtli as a remedy for and a preven prctmtiOIl lint cold water should not lx + con founded with leu water that to almost art disastrous to Htoniacli heart and liver IIH a liquor or drug habit Cold I water moanHthotomx < raturuof spring I eater of an Octolxtr morning just a crisp freshness nlxMit it but no shock 1liyHieiaim declare that very few Americans drink enough water that tint IKK digestions bad complexions bad nerves of our city and town people urn largely duo to the result of not drinking millicicnt cold water Tho system demands Its full al lowance of clear cool natural tlnfd in order to do Its work proxirly When tho Ixxly to thirsty UR culling fur watur nt least half 11 pint Ixjforfi brenkfiiHt another before going to IKM ad 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. — 17 November 1904

The Citizen 4x lKDir DBtT FAMILY NBWBTA hII t4 every Tknrdsy at loin 1 JAMES M RACER uu and Poblfka irastmrrncm mAnss fATABLB JJ IDTAXO I year uak BMlhl k ro nonth 11 ar4 so7b7 Poet o > se yony Otdea 1 pt t IIOD Order Ock Draft atglaletee Mtioe or oaS UM two Mil tuny Vh Bat a Mr yoir aml ihowi to wkU tat jonr nibtcrlptlon It paid 11 It to Mt jXni4 within tlirM sek Jut Motlag M booty aol ty Ui S tMrlfe ri wlthlag Tin Cno Napped tit mettfr ui at the expiration ol their tub paoups7rIngdl utMn othtrwtM wt tbU dar toil they wish it continued Vktlfr su at one ofiuiy eh nn Mi jeer ao ImitiTtDf both old tad Dow addrme MiMteg Kambra dill to wnptxn eomlnf I UH tpamdlaer + thtrwlM will I dl7 U sup upUt fIJ JlFw art Aolltled ABt Wanted In ever < llly Writ tot tmL Aaron tBdlD nA four D tw yearly rlptlontwUI rclT Tra CITIUH ire lOr III rue j BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY o ST OHARLES HOTEL Nsw Furnishings in gear room All ssrvlco Ant cluj Popular prloM prloiMarohant Msrohtnt Tailoring...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 November 1904

FOR LOVERS OF FLOWERS A Scientific Little Arrangement for Keeping Growing Plant Sup plied with Moisture An effective but simple apparatus for keeping growing plants supplied with moisture may be easily contrived This Is particularly useful In cases where ow log to tho absence of their owner or others plants have for days perhaps weeks to be left without personal at tention Nearly nil a large bowl with water and place It upon a small table At tbe DEVICE Volt WATEUINO PLANT 1DEVICE table the plants to be sup plied with water should be grouped u our pkture shows For each plant take a length of worsted at one end of which tie a small stone or anything that will act as a weight Soak the worsted s moment In the water and then leaving at the bottom of the bowl the end to which the weight Is attached let the other end of the length of worsted hang down over the bowls edge Particular ly however take care that the end of the worsted hanging otfalde comes low r than the bottom of the bowl Doin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 November 1904

I THE CITIZEN JrBerea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 11 H H H l Hr Ho + H T tTnlTTTl Marshal Tntiini is able to come up town again Miss Xoiirso returned froiiiCincin anti Monday Mason Dunn has moved into tin l Daltou house Miss Kirkhof of McKce is stop ping at Mrs Dinsnioros Miss Addio Fish is spending tin s weok at the Worlds Fair The Thanksgiving turkey is scam in this section of the country w II Porter was n puisrillo vis itor for several days this week A good game of football next Sat urday nftornoon with Georgetown Mr nut Mrs Fowler visited their daughter Allie tho latter part of last week llillard GritlHh has relined the Stephen house nt tho eudof Cantor street IL C Woolf purchased his Christ maR goods in Louisville Monday and Tuesday TuesdayMr Mr and Mrs P M Reynolds are visiting old friends on Depot street and elsewhere elsewhereV W N Hanson of Winchester stopped off Tuesday on his return trip from Finer Hie Rabbit and bird shooting season is on Bud White br...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 November 1904

rJAPANS GREAT lOSS Gen KuroklWna Killed in Battle nt Liao Yang A Splinter of a Shell Struck the Com mander Tearing Out a Portlon of Hie Drett and Abdomen ila J Successor Appointed Moscow Nor 14 Kcmlrorleh Dan chrnke a Russian war correspondent telegraphing from Mukden under Sun days date tayi the reports of tho death of Cell Kurokl arc confirmed According to his version a splinter of aboll struck Oon KuroUI tearing out a portion of his breast and abdomen lie died on October 4 at Ilao Yang and his body was sent to Japan A rumor in persistently circulated that 1a Vloiman of tho mikado Slaosandl literally Little Third Prince bat teen appointed to succeed Oen Kuro M but the actual command of the army hai ben entrusted to Hen Nod xii who Is reviewing operation London Nor 1IJal1an unofficial ly has mado representations to Ilus ala looking to peace This action ban resulted In failure and such represen tations oven privately arc not likely to bo repeated by Japan Washington Nor 11 Emphatica...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 November 1904

w + h = I THE CITIZEN a 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 111 I 11 1 11 1 111 1 1 lrH I I 11 1 11 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 1 I 1 11 1 I 1111 Eastern Kentucky News Ifo COrTeapoll4ellce published unku dined 111 fuU by the writer The name fa not for PUbUUtiOIl but I 11 evidence of food faith Write plainly r r rr r Mr r r tot r r r M frf r r M r r r r t r ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Nov HHoy E Martin visited E W Tpdd Saturday night1ro and Esker Rich visited Bert Martin Suuday Grandma Ogg of Dispu tanta who has boon sick is ROme bctterM B McGuiro visited T M Ogg of Berea SundayWe art having some very cold weather now Airs Sarah Stephens and May Todd went to Berea Saturday on business Mr and Mrs J W Todd visited Mr and Mrs J J Martin SnndayGeorgia the little sou of C II Todd is very sick at this writ ing There will be preaching Old Scaffold Cano Saturday and Sunday John Stephens who has been sick is able to bo out againWm Rich has gone to Ford to workBorn to the wife of J E Hammond on the 18th a fine girl Misses Bessie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher h Bntert at tin Pottofflet at Berea Ay 01 teeond eaaa ma 1matUv 1H 14t1tt1IIIi1111fI1tF 14t1tt1IIIi1111fI1tFTHE CITIZEN a i I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 19M One dollar a year NO 21 t IDEAS Whoii Iran have IwirntKl how to livo tliuy arty fit to tie Mon redact those whom tliuy follow not thoMo who follow thorn + Homo pOlilonll forgot tliut there art HO I days loft in thu year In which to give thtnikH thuuksTAKE TAKE NOTICE The ixmtiniiHtur wishes that all ohI 1OIIhlllLHtor I closely till tines of torso u opining for TlmnkMKiviiijr day 0 A > i to I 7HO UO p tit to 230 u p M to 0 Kdwnnl Baxter Porn tho IHind IianiHl will IM at the Talxirnnclu Friday ovcniu Novttnlxtr Jfith I Hu IH tin artist of worldwido rupiila lion Do not neglect to hear him FROM THE WIDE WORLD 8ifiiuturcH Imvo ht all attached to an iirlittnilioii treaty Ixtwitm Swit t ziirland and thu United Slntut Thu Gorman Htwnnor Hatulaii wan...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

Jim Moores ThanksgivingDinner ThanksgivingDinnerBy By WILL J LAan roN No 47 was due at Bridgeport at 12 oclock noon It was Thanksgiving day ami Jim Moore the engineer was borked to dine at home on turkey with cranberry sauce on the lido not to men ion a few oysters with a windup ofI mince pie that was warranted to male a man throw In a whole carload of thank extra Bridgeport was the end of his division and as It happened hU < off cay occurred on Thursday his wife and all the kin on both sides were to haI dinner that day at Jims It was to tc the dinner of their lives too for Jim had not been at homo on Thanks tic ig day since his marriage five year brfir the date of this chronicle Tre weather bd been very bad for several days before Thanksgiving and evr day of that week It had rained as if there had been an encore for NoaVs flood and the elements were I doiri7 their best to respond to it The road ran through 20 miles of river bot tom ands to low that in places long trebles support...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

THE CITIZEN 1 r u I I I 11 lI + H I I I I I H 1111 I I I I II The Home JBimtB LESTER BILL Editor tttII1 1IIttH H A New Method of Preserving FoodI All ingenious method of preserving food him recently IxHsndovised which I is based on the fact that Knvdored I gelatin or tliin sheets of tliu miino material nut only do not spoil but i urn capable of protecting incorjwr ated substances from bacteria mois turn and other agencies which bring about dicoinHHition Thus to inako a concentrated beef extract tea or coffee extract soup etc tin liquid in mixed hot with 1 jwr cent of pri mary gulatin which differs from ho C commercial article in not having thu gluoliku tasto of the latter After cooling n jelly in formed and this in cut into thin Ilium and dried by a current of cold air until it Ixconieri brittle Vhun thin con dition in reached the sheets are then reduced to n fine jxnvdor which will keep indelinituly While it will ab sorb moisture it does not do HO to n ilegree to occasion dccomjxMi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

The Citizen AH IxpErcKDKXT FAHILT NnsuPD rnbllihed every Tbuta jr it Berr Ky JAMES M RACER Editor D4 rublltbtr scBscmrnoN RATES MVABU III 1DTJL3CX One year Itro niz months 0 Throe mouths 0y and money by PoitoOc Money Or4n b feu tooer Order Check Drat Reglakre Utter or on tad two ant stamps The lIt tiler your name show to wba lato your lubtcrlptloa It paid II It li not Ihtnied within thr Wee alter aendloc UI honey notify UI I Butxcrlbtri wliblng Till CimiX lOpPd pun notify ui at the tzplratlon of tbilr sub lortpUon pa7ln an arrrar otherwise we ibtl looaldtr that they With It continued Hotlfr na at one oliany ch nte > ln sound Irm jiving both old and nw addrttwi MlMlnr Number doe to wrapper eomtn If 111 tha Dall or otherwlle wilt 11adlr b IUP lied If we are notified Agenta Wanted In every locality Write for lean Anyone Mndlng lu four new ycarl rabicrlptloni will receive Tut Cmnx tree tor ine rear BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

BUILDING COUNTRY ROADS I Ilcport of the Work Being Done In j New Jersey Six Indies of I Macadam Enough EnoughII Ntw Jersey has been one of tho lead ers In the present Rood roads munllll ell t It was tho Hrat to pass a state aid law b uicafturr that ia In force In every state w bull a uyt matlc work Is dono to pro duce uniform Rood wads The money given by the ttutu la not of Impor I tance In this plan It U the state super vial 011 that couiiU for most While the local ofllcora have general charge of the work dune In their county tho slate en rlncerKtvmiaupnrvltlon und advice thai prevents math of the waHtelulnoma due PItOAlJ lilKUltK IMIIIUVKMKNT I I to bad englnrtrlnc and In comp cT soL corruption corruptionNew I New Jewry hot annually inn000 1ss aid The Main pays onethird of the 1cwt the roontlr twothirds und l < < n I I JUT emit of the counties atir may bP aaacMfd on the lownnblpa The state i has apportioned In tkn last ten year II600MO The tiMifttlc hue sprat inure than doub...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

THE CITIZEN I jIoi y By A B LEWIS I LEWISI Copyright 1304 by A B Iawlal ATWA T VAJ5 count noses Just before you carve the turkey betoreI L dont forget to include your own proboscis If you Invite your relatives to dine with you on Thanksgiving It Is wise to help them to turkey first They have probably skipped one or two ifteals to be In shape for the feast and are hungry enough to start a riot Ion t Invite your motherinlaw to a Thanksgiving dinner and carve the tur key In such a way that It will Hy off the platter and strike her In the face A Wisconsin man tried that trick last I year and the old lady caught the turkey and took It home and devoured It If the bird s particularly tough and you have difficulty In carving 1t dont get angry If some one yells Take an ax Mark that person and see that the least desirable por tions of the fowl go ou his plateDont Dont heave a sigh of relief and think the worst Is over when you have at last helped TUB OLD LADY iouu everybody to IT nouEturke &g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

> MOTHERS LITTLE QIIIL Wnhrr know ft lltllr Blrl Mthcr wont tell vliv l ye with nil the many thlnii Mother hall to do E as to imby when hi rtft tiuiKU bin ib kr blocks 1r ns nrHntliims ntckrrnhjrfi iltlrts up father works r kit the + M > rrl i > dusts the hall Scat fir newt can be Liws o t grandpa e u jr chair s ti Id plat > rui Ira I i tom limns rlKtrrc dyes piati41e Vl n Hnoth r IIllh gltl q lnMlmm runs WMV M INT known H lltiu 111ft mt you Wish > uu ktNw V i h Ill a wl > hlp list is M Itr won i Ml who > rI 8 Italler lnO dUeiiMkeep < Inl A TITMOUSE AND A JJLOWQUN II Tjtjnouse My mj Just look at the fetish boy trying to kill game with a I putty blower < Jo an the Puff tah Ifeep goon r take nh a trytk + lrn Ipy BOY TELEGRAPH MANAGER FourteenYearold Julius Diet Given Charge of an Office In New Jersey Julius Diel14 years old haa Just been made manager of tho Western Unlou telegraph ofllco at Madison N J Thus place requires an experienced operator and ontr who...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1904

THE CITIZENI W Eastern Kentucky News fo correspondence pllblJllled Ill11eal dined III fll11 by the writer The came JI cot tor pliblJutiOIl but as II eridccce of rood faltla Write plainly o J J JI H J rl I 1M I I JACKSON COUNTY I SAND OAP Corn gathering is about over Winter has set in wo have had two snowsMr John Amy is very low with fever Miss Mary J Isaacfl and daughter of Kockcastlo county visited her mother Jennie Morris last vicekMr Mathias Seaborn has rented widow Drews farm near tho tIid Pine Grove Miss Rebecca llelhml visited Aunt Jennie Morris Sunday L T Morris was at Clover Bottom SumlayG W Hellartl attended Sundayschool the lake school house Sunday Mr Tom Johnson visited his uncle Jacob Lakes Sat urday and Sunday and reported u good timllIiRs Lizzie Jruitt of Garrard county has been at Joe Burks tho last week taking care of her rent cornMr Tom Morris will move shortly to the place he bought from his mother MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Nov 21MlH Amanda Baker of Big Hill was th...

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 December 1904

z Y f l c t4 H MMIl MIfIMMHlIMIH BEREA PUBLISHING CO 0 L C HINMAN Manager Untertd ol fta Pettofflt ol no Ay 01 se taut nallnalttr I 1 EI11111111t 1 IE1i1Ii1I1 THE CITIZENSixteell Sixteen Departments Bight Pages H III lVO V01r VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1904 One dollar a Tear NO21t IDEASIIt IIt is not what jwrsons earn but what they Have that makes them richIt It Is not what they profess but what they practice that makes them good goodIt J It in not what people eat but what they digest that makes them strong It to not what they read but what they remember that makes them learned TAKE NOTICE Itcv Nod who preaches at tho Silver Creek Baptist Church on tliw Ural Sunday of the month will hold his usual service there next Saturday Sunday forenoon tho Union Church In Berea takes Its annual offering for Baptist foreign missions Bro Noel will preach to the Silver Creek congregation uniting in the service with tho Union Church Bro Noel will address 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. — 1 December 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher DEREA KENTUCKY SUCCESS To you success t dear and I Am hoping on and driving too ivrhaps the aim you have III high And Ood may prosper what you do Sff over there II one who Manila rroudfaed from other men apart And there are Jewel on his hand And joy perhaps la In his heart That he might heap up worldly stores A hundred men and women died Great wealth It hie but at his floors Love has been rudely thrust aside And men behold him where he goes Him unto whom mans lives are less Than money U und mill suppose That he has mounted to success S E KUer In Chicago Hecordlterald OOOOOOOONOOOOOOOON0400 1m c ACS OFTNE FLAG 1 UV LIEUT C F BIAIIT1N USA 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONOOON04 I IIIII 1 1F it please the court I shall now read the charges against the ae cused cusedThe The prisoner a young soldier with a haggard face and tired eyes rose mechanically and stood gazing al the Judgeadvocate who read In clear emotionless tones the charges setting forth that Private Joh...

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 December 1904

I i I l THE CITIZEN I The Home r t r JBHHIB LESTER BILL Editor 1 MlIMiMlMMMM1HHl V 1 A Oood Paste I To innko n good paste for labels mix together with cold water until they form a mnooth crentn rOIll1 lIl1ltll of lour mid mi outlet iiiul n half of brown migar Then pour In Ixjlling water Htriring all the time till tho right con sintoney IH obtained Add five to nix drop of carbolic acid Home Hints To make a low room look higher le p the curtaiiiH hang to the floor Short curtains make the room look lower than It U Uno jxnvdered whiting moistened with n little parallin to clean tin ware Polish with a leather or with a pad of old nowspa > r If a chimney catch fire run to tho Knit lx > x and empty it out on tho llanuH They will 110 reduced us if by magic and then further steps can In taken to vxtinguiHh them Lavatory IIIxs may IK cleansed p soap and Hlime by leaving a good hand fun of common Halt in tho basin over night Tim wilt will gradually diM Holvo and the first Hush of water i...

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 December 1904

r The Citizen I x INDEPENDENT FAMILY NswwAra PnWUh d nlT Thnrl j at Berts Kf BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnman Manager D11SORIFTIOX RATES MTABU IX 1DTANCJE DOS year lieo alt months 0 Hire s 26 end mane br post one Money OtdfrIi > rfu tote y Order Check Dr ft lUilifertd LAtter or one and two cent damp The lIte after your nuns shows to what Ito your lubicrlptlon li paid II It Ii not ibuied within three > ek > after tending ui honey notify ui Subscribers wishing Tux ClTIUH stopped liuit notify ui it the expiration of their MID icrlptlon paying all arrean otherwln 110 ball Knildt r that they wish It continued Notify nt tit one ofiany chantejln your ad IrMi giving both old and nw addressee Mlllins umben duo 10 wrappers coming tlf In Ib mall or otberwh will gladly be sup iled a we are tor otkerwne Agents Wanted In every locality Write for isms Anyone tending ui lour new yearly lubicrlpttoni will receive THE Cnut free for hi yew I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL ...

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