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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 May 1902

ht 1 Imv JOHN nonWELL Mgr a Editor and Publisher 1 Entered at 1M Jbdepke III 11r1tQ Ay I Ullfltl Ullfltltl r maUlIiUlcrTHE CITIZEN VOL III A FflRilly Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 29 1902 Fifty cents n year NO 19 1 IDEAS Domestic dlfliculty heavy bread Notice tho uow song Duin Now It is right in lino with tho lima lira Tnduttriul Rriucatlon If you failed to got u good Htniul soak tho seed you intend to UHO in ro planting over night Memorial Day tomorrow Whilo wo honor tho patriots who foil in do fense of tho Union lot UN labor for thn coming of tho day whi n nation Rhail not lift up Hword against nation neith er shall they learn war nay more TAKE NOTICE Next Sunday morning at 1 I oclock President Front will pruach tho Uao calaureatoHOrmon for Herea College nt tin Tnlxtrtmcle ttocaiifle ot Furious flint R in tho family of Roy David ISvatiH D D of Youngstown Ot ho will not 11 alto to fulfill hid promise to preach tho Baccalaureate xertnon next Sunday nnd President 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. — 29 May 1902

THE CITIZEN TIIE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JUNE 1 Text nf the Lesson Acts sir 822 Jlemoiy Verses K1O Rolden Teat II Tim II n Commentary Prepared li Itev D SL Stearns Copyright 1102 by American Press Asso elation 810 A man lame from his birth hay ing never walked hears Paul preach the gospel and having faith to be healed Paul commands him to stand upright which he Immediately docs leaping and walking Such Is briefly the story of these three Verses Being expelled from Antioch in Plsldla the apostles came to Iconlum and not withstanding opposition abode there a long time speaking boldly in the Lord who granted signs and wonders to bo done by them They so spoke that a great multitude both of Jews and Greeks believed but the opposition became so great that they finally tied to Lystra where wo now find them preaching and healing They not only preached the gospel but they lived It In their dally life I Thess II 10 and this Is always the great need II Cor ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 May 1902

Ti 3THE 1 A VALUABLE DISCOVERY hunted tinmlio lake Die lint Kind tlf tlltrhrrnra I Nowhere In tliu United States tire thn jiriMiit roiula poorer or bettor outs I more reeled tutu In HOIIIU parts of the MlMhmli il viilloy Tliu prolihiii of luiiniTouii < nt In Uils riKlon nioredvtr IIIIH scniucU peculiarly illlllcult tiecniino tliifo nre no kilKcH of rock of n kliul I milliihlo for innklni goal rend tiiatc i riot riotHut Iltit now hchotil out of thin very ex I com of ImdncNM out of tlio Mlcliv ell n Kin i almost hottumkwi mud into i which the 111111111 are couvprUd every spring and initunin comiw till matvrlul I which In to work their wilvatlon Thin iimtcrliil II iMiriiitl Kiiintio the very mud which makes tliu roads HO and Imkcd over wood llrtH until It bifwnrs j onu of the best roiidtiulldlni innterlalH L 1I0WIII knownThe The credit of making the first prac tical uppllcntlou of this dUeovery IK IOIIKS to IIII rnllromtM 1or vuveral years they have been uulng burned gumbo UN Imllii...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 May 1902

a CITIZENI THE CITIZENf COMMENCEMENT ANNIVER SARIES 1855BEREA COLLEOE1902 Sunday May 25 Memorial Sunday Address by Rev Wm II Hobo Friday May 30 Morning Memorial Day with Gl R Post Ad dress by Hon Win H Ramsey London Ky Friday May 30 Night Anniversary ot Literary Societies Saturday May 31 NightAcademy Exhibiton Sunday June 1 Baccalaureato Ser mon Pres Wm G Frost PhD Monday and Tuesday Juno 2 and 3 Examinations Monday Juno 2 Address before Literary Societies Rev N E Fullerng rning N Y Tuesday Juno Commencement Concert Wednesday Juno 1 Commence ment 900 a m Graduating Ex ercises 130pm Address by Rev David M Brodie Hinsdalo Illinois Fall term opens September 10 BEREA COLLEGE GRADUATES FOR THE YEAR 1902 COLLEGE Chas Hadden Cosby Granville0 Howard R Embree Berea Ky Stan ley Frost Berea Ky Anna Fay Han lion Berea Ky Alice May Titus Boron Ky Ruth Keeler Todd Baron Ky Euphomia Lou Ferguson Chi cago 111 Anna E Lindley Kingston Ind Perry F Shrock Ashtabula 0 Clara L Todson Boston Mass Or lin H...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 June 1902

7 I REV JOHN nODWOLL An Independent WeeklyH r Knlerttt Editor at Hit floHtt tlnu and DODWELLT H E CAn 60 Devoted Interests CENTS FARM to A of YEAR the SCHOOL VOL Ill A Family Paper BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE ri 1902 Fifty cents a year NO OI I IDEAS 1 Workd WlmtHhallthohiirveHUmr WlmtHhallthohiirveHUmrTho limo world owes mo n living I TlmtH BO hut it will cost you con niderahlo to collect it 1Thu four of tlio Lord in tho begin wing of window mid limo knowledge of tho HOLY w iinderHtanding r Many n man who today iR entitled to write L L D at the end of Iii s name is Ntiro that ho knoWS ICKH now cntitlltlr t natal TAKE NOTICE i Ikniu CoMtoi FA 11 TBIIM open Septemler 10 Save this copy of TUB Cimux You will want to rend tits trust N hcTiniin twice Rev Dr Burgewi has returned from thu North and will 1111 IH pal pit next Sunday nt tint Tabormielo FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho wni in South Africa in ended nuil IM nct between tlio British and Bars iNollloinlly proclaimed lloxern ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 June 1902

I U THE CITIZEN uU Sermon to 40 Graduates Continued from Page 13 than give up his principles or sacrifice t the interests of the nowlyborn Col lego It is because a long Jine of teach ors and n groat throng of donors have t entered into the labors of tho pioneers 1 niul continued their spirit down J1 to the present hour Only jester > day I received n letter from n minister eightyfour years old c who had heard of the burning of our Chapol and who out of the poverty of his declining years sent J more than eight hundred miles one J dollar to help on Berea College Such lor gifts make all our properties a sacred i trust The forty young people who I graduate this week have received 1 freoly from tho great throng of teach t ors and donors who havo served and uphold the work of this College from f the beginning to the present hour li And not the students only but every inhabitant of this region has been 1 hcnefitted in mind body and estate t by tho supporters of this Institution i And wha...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 June 1902

if i JIf ITHE CITIZEN r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON X SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JUNE 8 Trxt of Ilir Irunn Ada II v 22 > U Jletniirr VrraiB aoas IJultlrn Tral UM v 1 Cnmiiiriilurr Irrpnrril Ujr llvv II M Mrurni Copyrlf ht 1X0 by Amrrlean Prrw AMD elation J JI Then pleaied It the npoallig and rldtra with tli whole church to Bond chonvti men of their own eomtKiny to An tluclt with 1aul and Ilumubix Iutil utiil ItnnmlwH having returned to Autloch after their Ilritt nilnnloimry tour continued thrro n long time with thu illncliikM teaching the won Ih S Vhllu thiru tencherii cninc from Jucliiii who wild that till gpiillhm could uot ho saved by fulth In < lirlnt unlcsd they were nloo clrrtunulxwl Then WOH MO much illiiii nnloii nnd dliiputatloii nbout It that thu churrh nt Anilwh ktnt Paul and IlarnnlmH mill OHTM to Jurumi Itin to thu n Mist leu lUll I IluYri to lay the matter twforu tlicui Th > council having liiunl till whole ytury atid UUcllHvsI It Cilniu to u iliHlnloll...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 June 1902

I I 1t4 THE CITIZEN J I aPRACTICAL EDUCATION Fathers and mothers sometime complain that they cannot seo tin benefit of what their children learn ate school Any one who visits Boron e can see the benefit of what the young people are learning hero Many a parent has waked up to realize how important it is that there should be some educatiou for tloso who intern to be prosperous on the farm in the shop or in tho home Your neigh bors children are going to Borea Shall yours be loft behind t Samuel G Hanson has boon nominated by President Roosevelt for Postmaster of Berea Mr Han son is one of tho oldest Republicans in tho State having begun by voting for Abraham Lincoln Ho is a native of Bracken county though long identified with Madison and for u time engaged in business in Clark Ho is n Trustee of Borea College and has always been a promoter of all the best interests of our village Ho was prominently mentioned for this office before tho appointment of Mr Hart and inasmuch as those who op...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 June 1902

REV JOHN nOnWEll Editor and Publisher FnltTttl nt lilt Polnfce nl Bran Av f ttmll dnN + ma nnner THE CITIZEN VOL HI A Family Pnjxn BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 12 1002 Fifty cents n year NO it IDEAS Nov Joseph Iarknr of London England oni + day whet he was allow oil to edit tho JAiiilnn Smi printed what ho called n corrected rnco curl an follows followsTim Tim Eteniity StnkoH liTho StartBorn in din PH Dlfi r Tho Huce All gone out of tho way Roman 1 12 Tho Kiiilsh After Month the judg mont HtthrnwH 027 liTho Weighing RoomThou nrt weighed In tho halancwt and found wanting Daniel D127 Mottling Uny For what nlmll it profit n limn if ho gain tho wholo world fled lono his own soul Mnrk MIf1 TAKE NOTICE Tho services for the Church of i Chritit nt Hewn next Futidny will lw hold in thoTnhpriiaclo Dr Burgess will have for hit morning subject ThoClroat Work orft Great Man unit at night 710 What is tho Goy pelt Au nj > fn invitation Articles werw filed in tho office of thu Cou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 June 1902

ia a 1THE I J IddUU AN ENEMY OF MAN STRONG WORDS ON THE DRINK QUES TION BY A BOSTON DIVINE The Trnflc Tlmt Makes DriinUiirils IN rinirel < ill > 1iin ilrlii luil llojM Vnrii rd to Illfrill From Inlnur Tobilrro UM Well ns Alcohol Intemperance producing drunken ness Is an enemy of nuts which no words of description qnd no figured witting forth effects have fully set forth or can adequately represent says the 110lobe Lindsay Wlthrow of Boston In tilt Chicago IleeordHenild We have hetirtl those from whom better things might have been expected say thnt there are more lives destroyed by gluttony than by guzzling liquor That Is a very absurd and silly assertion and one who entertains such n belief Is either a dunce or a dupe under the In fluence of that subtle and ensnaring spirit of evil which befools tipplers as the serpent befooled Eve In Hden For ask yourself how many death ccrtlll antes have physicians of your city town or circle of acquaintance written testifying that the den 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. — 12 June 1902

Wi r w j kt THE CITIZEN 3 rOURNlER ON OUR ROADS What Me Fn in on CliniKTrnr Tliliilo iC Anurlinii lllltlKvii tlcnrt Founder when nuked recently what he thought of our road wivn tlio Nirtv York Journal replied had Me 1 isfiillid niiil continued Tliey nfi to be Rood In line The liniiffeuru will write and olninnr In II dcucntng acronl Tho munlclNilltlo t wiiMe tn yield Would you Mlit us T llur ijic plan fytend of one mile races whkh in fdit itt rtm on foot or on bicycle iII ftr auioniolille liiuHlrml hlllc1N11 Only tin w ipb utTytlilnz They ArpI run on varied roniU uton mm I inrth J tol v ulvorw 111115 valleys brldgm I Ilwy Lriive nil wirta of weather Uv rSj riWU Kiiullnr to tboso of Part Psrtt Af rtrnliim Ill rlsVkntin 1nrtoIler Hit j Uicsstd ore thu roadinakert that HL C them cany hiwdH urc ctvlllantlon Itwtlf How did home coiniuw fJsulT fly road IIi tribes III their tort ining Ined tit y were InnrcpMlbto One mornlnic when they nw uke and nibbed Iliclr cyti luntt ud of II Hull of fol...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 June 1902

L le b 4THE CITIZEN I J COLLEGE ITEMS Mrs forum and family summer 1 summert I Jnspor Iluiris working in Ilnmilton Ohio J C Stratton summers in AllwaUu OhioTutor Tutor McCuno summers in tho garden Gio Roberts works in tho library till July 1 Phelps nnd Caldwoll canvass ill Central Ohio Tho night school opened for limo Sunimor term Monday Prof 1ennimnn probably will re main in Boron during Juno Miss Robinson and mother loan nor Now England this week Prof Lodwick and family will visit in Ohio nud Michigan this vu cation 1rof and Mrs Mason will stay on Indian Fort Mountain during hot wonther Prof II M Jones has boon elected VicoPresident of Boron College for this year Miss Ilimrod visits Miss Almy ill IMiss N Y thon ROCS to Buffalo and Brooklyn rl James Racer works in tho bank teaclina night school and makes up I studios meanwhile 1 Friday Mrs 11 M Jones leave L for tho West whoro she spends 0 I mi visiting and lecturing r Goodly squads of students will work on tho farm brickyard and in...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 June 1902

r W v 1Ti O L I 11 JOI1N bODIYELLAn Independent Weekly f KnltrKt Editor r at I tbfodofflct dtui and IMIl at TttIAaIUDlltlH E CAn HOMEFARM 60 Devoted Interests CENTS to A of YEAR the SCIIOOL ill nVOL r III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 19 1902 Fifty cants a year NO52 I f 11 IDEAS a Cullu t whim 1111 ° rtomnch turn him over overt beans nnd r 11111 peM will conso Ixnring soon Pull i CIII vl01 up and plant sweet corn codtU t > 6 < 1 oats and 2 pecks of cow peas Itunit them on two acres of land row acc about rows 2j ft apart do it note A In n month you cnn comulnncoicuttin g JIll it for fowl It will feed twocowH nnd R + a + two horses for throo mouths ami then I i lave you Rood crop to turn under dti1 r NOTICEt + tl Dr Burgess will preach morning e f and evening nt the Tnlwrimclo ne j w Sunday At 11 n in the topic wi IIY u Iw Sutnmcr Religion at 7IO p in r Why Janus hail to die u u t lFROM THE WIDE WORLD Ix Great preparations arc ulromty ofC rondo in Lo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 June 1902

A 4 I I I t V THE CITIZEN j ON THE OTIIEll SIDE I WHAT LIQUOR DEALERS THINK OF THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION I E Thr Orcnii of the W C T V Com nieitlM lfirtifiilly on nit Artli < lilvlliK the VUMn uf lit Mrn Will Dent In Hum A certain liquor organ says n write in Tin Union Signal has devoted lIHr two columns of its space to the publl iQUoil of an article bearing the cup tlon What I llelleve In Itegard to tbe Temporance Question The article was signed by an olllcur ot n liquor dealers nMociutloti The writer divide his br lief Into twelve imragruplis articles thiy iny be termed The whole scrcoi la a line example of the fallacious rev soiling of error self blinded Klrst The liquor dealer believes In I the observance of tho laws of our country nUll insists that us lung us I the law licenses the saloon nnd the guy eminent draws enormous prollts fruit the liquor tnll11cwe can road the res of the paragraph without nld of tilt original so old and very familiar hut the pled become to our cars I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 June 1902

y vw I 4 I 0 4p 4 THE CITIZENj I > y r BETTER ROADS THEJc3ITATION THE falTATION FOR GOOD HIGH JWAYS IN THE SOUTH lliinil > A orlnlluii > < lrunnl < ril n4p I un 1111 ii tin llrlil Jlip fTrrNuI Mrni iNl IMulnvMr llniuin ninl UiMrtur Montniiui on liiiml Itimilk If Unpeople of the Hoiitlicrn ntai > x ilo nut ave good romU In the nciiiv fu lure u l plenty of thiiii It j v jjt 1m hair rt Ihl IIIthllll lltll II1J sire doIng < > r ytIiIug III thcluMiwer to secure belter high WIIJH im tho matter httJt taken up by W IIf tIir most prominent HUM InoUllMu Ieii < ral FlUHiii Iee I tiring tb pant vlntiT comity good ult nnyiittluiu luivn been formed < nvciitlJr < held anil thousands Inter ltMt In f e work of UIP trains luurlnit tbe souy giving lesswn In good ruiiil bulldJnThe The rtnt convention held nt Char lottfutii Vn wall slKiilllranl ns evl ifebclngnho rnpdly growing reiugnl liun ofVtlip good iuiids movement thronghol ihe country The enliven 1tloll mitral thv ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 June 1902

J4JIf I Iuooj flfCOOKING A darnPLEASURE I1Ilnll I1Ilnlll 4 r If you use the puree Ohio Steam Cooker I tIs I doorsat the ii SaM fuel Inlwr and food Cooks 1 doteranything better than can bo done in I I = allY other way Cooks a full dinner psiover one burner or stove hole Meats Iualvegetables puddings sauces bread 1l JIotc nil ntonce ono does not flavor thoI su0i l oilier Everything cooked to perfec I rCI gk tion If you want to look at your i Yith dinner just open tho door No burnt lull fingers Doors are stonm tight baiGnarnntced Saves its cost in ar refi jJo short time Food cannot bo spoiled I thewhile cooking nor by waiting for the aauufolkstocomos rhli 7 Positively no odor at iI ti Just the thing for canning fruit CII or J lilli r years Come and see ono at tho t I j Citizen Office k write to S or KyTL tOil 1 1t9 Agents wanted Good pay blqI it I 1z A roou MIMIONAIUI It t Lately starved in London because I fill ho could not digest his food Early 1111uso of Dr Kings New Life iills l ot...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 July 1902

r LLx Editor and Publisher lllfrru at 1M loatoQItt at lfM Ai I tremd I ciao 1I41lUlln ti THE CITIZEN IB VUZ r rIV A Family Paper BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 8 lX2 Fifty cents n year NO2 JI 1I honso your patch for turnips I Ureiik your turnip ground deep Ihoc lots go away down for iioiiriHliinont Drink only kills ti little arm eighty hoiiBand > eopio in tho United Slalos every year If you Imvo n patch of drowned out corn break it up and HOW it in millet or sorghum + sorghumTlio Tlio pooplo of llu + United States tip 4ImI as tnuili on ostrich feathers ORI on foreign missions and twohtindrcd und forty times as much In drink I TAKE NOTICE Ho Hiiro and road limn articlo Tlio Wheat Crop in tho Farm Column I I thin week I N 1l v1r Burgess will pronch in tho I 1 Talxirmiolo next Sunday morning nt I eleven on Threo words from Ood mid tit night will deliver itA patriotic I sornlmtFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD Four and a half million persons owI employed in the mintH of tho world...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 July 1902

I THE CITIZEN DEATHDEALING CYCLONE and Destructive Hurricane At Wallaceton Shortly after uino oclock on the night of Wednesday Juno 2in tor riblo cyclone accompanied by nn olec tric storm swept over the Mitchell ami Ponder neighborhood near Wallace ton leaving behind it n SCOIIO of great destruction and death The track of the storm was about a quarter ofa mile wide Tho first damage done was nt Mr John Panders It swopt away his barn containing two horses but for tunately killed neither of them It next struck the houso n twostory log structure erected about 10 yours ami tore it to pieces clear to tho founda tion In it wero sleeping Mr Ponder his wife and six children and also his aged father May Ponder nil of whom wore found in tho wreck or lying whore tho cyclone hat thrown them and worn mingling their cries of suf fering most piteously By tho aid of neighbors who soon arrived nil were freed from tho wreck nnd all more or less hurt The aged father nnd his M yearold grandson nnd names...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 July 1902

i 3 THE CITIZEN MEXICO AROUSED r Ironic 1umdnr Teniiirrnncr Jlurr nipiit Iy yar Suutlirrn rlulilxir A City of Mexico dlnpntch to tho St Ixnilit IVwtDlspiitch Buys It begins to look as If a strong popular temperance mo vcuumc hero would result In uvor of closlrnf the pulque shops of thlH cnpltal nbui Sunilny uoon to tho fol l lowing nilddny Tho better class of wago frnera have taken tho nmttor up nod will petition alto sovonior of tho feiUral district to put hi force n Otho o twciitjfour hour closing regulation which It Is believed would tend not only to tho Improvement tho public morality but t o prevent tho obsorvnueo of tho ancient ctintom of San Kunes or ML Monday Notoriously grout mini btro of WAKO cnrneru wqiwnder their weeks pay In the drinking Mmpn on Numbly and nre unlit to RO to work on Monday ThlH observance of St Mon day III not only common in Mexico but to Hrltlsli towns and cities nit well Alcoholism bus become n public cur e In this city There were near no ninny barroo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 July 1902

Till SYSTEM 1oisoNiso It is through tho bowels that the II body is cleansed of impurities Constipation in tho stipation keeps these poisons system causing headache dullness and melancholia first then un sight ly eruptions and finally serious illness E unless ti remedy is applied Do Witts Littlo Early Misers prevent this trou ble by stimulnting the liver and proA mob u easy Itfmlthy action of tho bow fls These little pills do not act vio hi lontly but by strengthening the bow r elM enable them to perform their own work Never gripo or distress For g sale by East End Drug Co < SUMMER I p COOKING PLEASURE Ap n or PLEASUREIi 10llr if you use the Ohio Steam Cooker with doors i Saves fuel labor and food Cooks anything better than can bo done m g any other way Cooks a full dinner he over one burner or stove hole Meatsn vegetables puddings sauces bread ole all at once one does not flavor the other Everything cooked to porfec a lion If you want to look at your n dinner just open the door N...

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