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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 March 1903

vy S fi 3 THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON X FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 8 Tril r HIP lrxoil Art ill ItlJI Mrmur > > rri IPUuIdui IU 1ln li IT tiuiliirnlHry lrriurnl li > Iliv It Jl Mrnrii 4Cqytlght 1M3 I if AmiHun Irril AmotlatlonJ 13 II W f adjure you by JCHUK whom l > SUl lirrachelli TIlllH tlit UliliclloviTn t hong Ii prufoxi Idly priests of Cod iiMtl Hint hiLt It I ful IIIMIIU IIM If It wax a oliiirni nr car rltil with It KOIW imiKli Hpill tluit tiny hiu iimltl nw Illiti people wlw now iy roiKiriilitK hxii Ill try Him ami fwi If Ho will till anything fur me Ho N to III known ami trusted wholu lit ii eI ly rtTtlvrtl ami rtllril upni fur lie Ifi worthy ami trite ami faithful lilt llvllltf IIHI lit lit not tip be tflatril ux pitiilv tfiat a patent uItsi tel Itt try It tutu HO If It will tlu you KIXH hut iMfUiim He lit Imlciil the only Saviour of MIIIUTM and the JiiilKt of all limn kind Ho U to lie lionitttly rccvlvctl UII niliIS IS 1C Anti the evil up...

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 March 1903

I TTHE CITIZEN I ILOCAL AND PERSONAL t I i 1 A W Titus is farming this year Miss Bessie Sexton is slowly recov ering from au attack of fever J F Hawkins is enlarging hi s t grocery building on Depot street Prof J W Diusmore was recently elected a director of the Borea Bank t ing Co J Burdette C Son ore making win dows Bud door frames for the Indus trial building Miss Effie Laswell was visiting Misses Lizzie and Bessie Sexton Saturday Satjurday urday and Sunday Andrew Sharp from Morehead is jfvisiting for a few days with his par euts J C Sharp and wife Rev Wills of Clark county filled the pulpit at the Baptist church of Berea morning and evening Sunday T H Horton Chestnut street is j out again after being confined to the house for two weeks with throat trou ble Noah Anglin who has been visiting relatives and friends in Garrard coun ty and at East Bernstadt Ky has returned to his home in Terre Haute IndMrs Mrs Dearmond and Phoebe Ro berts grandmother and sister of Geo R Roberts will r...

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 March 1903

1 JAMES M RACER An Week Weekly I Kntereil Editor nt tae fonlcjjlee till and mnitmatttr at Publisher Bom AIII iteonil Ijj E CAn HOME 60 Devoted Interests CENTS FARM to A of the YEAR SCHOOL l I VOL IV A Family Pnpor BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAKCII 12 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 8S I pEASI It laktH n lifetime to learn how to I livuMnn Mien do IOHS tliau thoy ought unless thoy do nil that they can fill way to Imvo work welldone in for uvory ono to do ti lilllo more titan I limahroConvinio + Convinio n wino man of his mis itake and ho will llmnk you convieo i nfool and ho will iimnlt you I FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tliu JnpnnoftoSlonmHliip Company I will build three now ships for tlio 1a ciilo tnnlo C M Mivtker of BOH ton has pur I 1LllllcI Iliu Englo gold mina in Slnx iro It m ono of tea richest in tlio i world paying 5SK to tlio ton Tlio fallnro of thu Japanese rico crop hUH oatiwd fnmino in tits north ern Hviuc H of thn island and IMJOOO IN + rmiiH aro Haiti to bo starving It m...

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 March 1903

ITHE CITIZEN I Butting Into Society Hank Cut Ice In Circle City but Wasnt Worth Deans In Boston from > tttr From aStlf Made Mtr S ttianl to Ilia Sim ll Icorye Jtufiirr J nrlmrr Jfjjwnnfcwltw of Smalt Mity mini d On JtiMWirnu 7Ji fim p 0 I never see n follow trying to crawl or to buy Ills way Into society that I dont think of my old friend limit Smith and Ills wife Knte Kate Botts she was before lie married her anO how they tried to butt their way through the upper crust Hank nml I were boys together In Missouri and he stayed along in the old town after I left I heard of him on and off as tending store n little and farming a little and loafing n good deal Then I forgot all about him until one day a few years ago when he turned up In the papers as Captain Henry Smith the Klondike gold king Just back from Circle City with a mil lion In dust nnd anything you please lptClaihll9usrh In claims Theres never any limit to what a miner mny be worth In those except his Imagination I was n li...

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 March 1903

I THE CITIZEN I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XI FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 15 Ts of lip lrmioil Aifiu mis 1111 Mrinorr VrruiH 1IUUI Inlilon Trxl I zsI 11 JIIIrd I Ii I lir HfV II M Mrurn I Copyright IP03 tjr Amrrlran IrrM Amoclatlon I AnI the whole oily wan lUlul with coiifimluiiTIllH TIllH KUIlt fillr Will iMroUHO IlllHlllCMH I WIIH ItoliiK liitrrfrrwl with Tin word of I Sod ijr v HO iiilKlitlly nnd no > n > I Vllllttl V THO UI Illllt till VOfnlllMlTH of I I lit iut wirt nut no ik iitlfiil nnd I I tlicro WUH nut the KIIIIIO will fur nllvir HhrliiiH its formerly aaSTi What II lllorloim ifHtliiiotiy vrrno Ill III to thl IMMVIT of tin KOHH > think of ulmpliT v iS Mini till hluh jirlosfw IcHlliniiiiy t hll t tht n hOnt lies Imd Illlttl I JiTUHiiloiu with their ilovlrliii Wlicro in tliuru Ilkuziul now nnd whcru IH tin ilcvll illMtirlHU liy tho inndur of the H < inpt17 Wlwru urn tliosu whu try out t Jniit IH Itnun of Nnuintli with till rwm Kfiil Unit tliiM juojilo ...

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 March 1903

I TTHE CITIZEN II t NINNNNNNNNNNN11NN1NNN2 I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I NNNNNN111 NN1NN1L N NNI NNNH Johnnie Jackson is laid up with measlesMiss Miss Allie Fowler is in Cincinnati this week laying in a new stock of N Hpring millinery Mrs H M Jones addressed the League of Womens clubs at Ft Wayne Ind this week Berry Reynolds left last Thursday for Indian Territory to select a site for n now home W T Botkins of Wallaceton has gone to Hume Illinois where ho has profitable employment Mrs Ella McGuire who has been visiting her mother Mrs Martin Ma haffey has returned to her homo at Travelers Rest Miss Ethel Putnam who has boon studying music at Williatnsburg academy returned to Berea Tuesday for her vacation Lewis son of E W Baker of Wal laceton spent Wednesday night with his friend Jason Sexton after attend ing the closing exercises Mrs F S Black has returned from Camp Nelson where she was visiting her consin Mrs C C Thompson Ma tron of the Camp Nelson Academy Elder T H Broadus preached a sou...

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 March 1903

Editor JAMES and M Publisher RACER pIjj E CAn HOME Independent Devoted Interests FARM to of the Weekly be SCHOOL Kaltreil nt the 1ftloJHrt clan maUmntttr at frrra Ay a rreo + ut 50 CENTS A YEAR II II I IDEAS The only way olntvc n friend in to be ono onoComfort Comfort comas tnnlnly from tlio VHO Will of littlti tiling GOOD NATURE 41d Ilk II to bo tclcnllit For jlIl a little wMI + Id MArcli Until I toiiml tin1 germ Thai nuln II human Mnlle Ami when IM found 111 would get A lawpaKd liromt nut firm Wlirruby tlir wnrM iliould Inoc nIl1 with then term FROM THE WIDE WORLD AtnoricniiH hero sent 85000 for till roliof of till fitmiiiH Hiiirurunt in Swod nn Tlio Ciilmn Senate by n voto of Ifi to R ratified tho reciprocity treaty with tho UniUnl States Tho rolwllion in China issprpaditu The imperial troops worn recently do fnalfd liy thn retails of Kwaiitf Si pro vince vinceItaly Italy haH decided to tnkn part in tho St Louis Imposition next year Shin will spend 100000 for Hint pur KSO KSOTho ...

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 March 1903

ITHE CITIZEN Q CI Choosing a Wife A Man Cant Pick His Mother but He Can Pick His Sons Mother Frnm Learnt J > mn a Stlf Ma < le Mtr tlKiHt lii Ilte > n Ill Untrue Jlamcf lAtrtmer llii jxnntwlou of Siiintl Jnu tuinl t Co 1ublislitn Jfc loii t Of course youre In no position yet to tliluk of being engaged even and Hints why Im u little afraid tluit you may lw planning to get married Hut a twelve dollar clerk who owes 5J for roses needs a keeper more than a wife I want to say right here that there al ways comes a tlmo to the fellow who blows JfoJ lit a lick on roses when he thinks how many staple groceries he could have bought with the money After all theres no fool like a young fool because in the nature of things lies pot a long time to live I suppose Im fanning the air when I ask you to be guided by my Judgment In this matter because while a young fellow will consult his father about buying n horse hes cocksure of him Felt when It comes to picking n wife Marriages may be made...

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 March 1903

I THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 22 TOs l at Hit ImiiiMi IJpii II 1111 Mrnnir Vrrs r 17 liiililrn Ti l ijLsIi II H fiiiiinuiilnry Irtiiurnl ly HiV II SI Miurn Copyright 1908 ly Anwrlran Irwj AMntlatlvn 1 And you hntli lie quickened who WITH deud In tri iaMta ami shies IlM hut diuiHt of thin verm Ill licrlbcH tin cOiiilltluii of nil without us 1 Ci Lt lull until rtfliiincil uiul tin so toe Will truth IH ftllllKl III HUCtl IIIIHMIKfH IIH 4ItOuli Ill JKI v 12 Tit Ill 1 tint the niiturtil nmii rtlitln tiKiiliiNt It nnil I > H pidally HID duiiitwl ixHKluiiH natural iiinii wliu tincIitH Unit nil niiik > iirt > dillilrtll uf 0114 tluil there IH K uU1 III nil mill nil win dt sIr to lilt KO < M 1 ore lirlMtlniiH A minuter III NPW York IB rclHirliil Ii ivciiitlv ImvliiK wild Hint lie knew nutliliiK of tho now birth toot hud iiiviT i > xH > rliiiciil It hi H 11111 of nil that liicii soy nnd timch wo must nay Ift fltxt bo tru...

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 March 1903

I THE CITIZEN I I i NNNNNNNNNNNNNN LOCAL AND PERSONAL NN N11NNNN l NNN MINIM Cbnrlie While is suffering from pneumoniaMiss Miss Grace Cornelius has recovered from illness of last week Grace and Willie Prostou have been visiting their grandparents Charlie Preston and family have boon visiting his wifes parents near BroadhendJ J Matt Benge loft Tuesday with his family to take up his residence iu Tuscola Ill Bat H J Dorthick of the Second Church preached at McKoe last Sun day morning and night Mrs Laura Embree was in Lancas ter last Friday in the interest of the Womens Christiau Temperance Union II M Racer has again taken up his work in school and in the barber shop after a few days illness at the HospitalNorman Norman Frost returned Saturday from Cincinnati Imvinir fully recover ed Irons the remit operation for appendicitis Last week Mrs L W Johnson and little sou returned from Indiana liar ing spent a very pleasant week with her daughter Mrs W S Connor The following persons from here...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1903

Iharked Copy JAMES M RACER I An Independent Weekly Kittereit Editor nt the Poftoflct elan and maa at BcrMAIUCl071f1H E CAn DOME 50 Dovoted Interests CENTS FARM to A of the YEAR R SCHOOL I IVOl 010I VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 26 1905 Fifty cents a year NO 40 i IDEAS I It is had to lose your time lint norso to lose your temper Evils are morn endurable the more patiently tluiy are endured Tho iiuin who does most linn tho least time to talk about what ho does Doing right may give n hendacho bill doing wrong will give n heart achoFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD 750000 has been appropriated Cor a Gurnmn exhibit at the St Louis WorhlH Fair Three missionaries wero murdered by Boxers iu China and others are Hoeing for safety Tho recent decree issued by the Car proclaiming religious freedom will not affect the Jew HO It in said The Veucitelan Congress has re lined to accept President Castros ro Hignation and has panned n voto of confidence in bin policy Tim re...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1903

THE CITIZEN I I j 6 Ezra Simpkins SimpkinsS Scoop Had No Call to Leather but Sailed High on Ink From l sacra From a Slit Mailt Mtr tlMiiit to llu Son fctf Gttnve llnnue I x rli f r I1III cmCsluli nf SinuU Jfau imnl t Co JuMbhrf 1fllI o 0 Speaking of bull pups that turnw out to be terriers imturnlly calls to inliul tow case of my old friend Jere uilnh Sltupklns son There Isnt n sol I liler luau In the Boston leather trade t than Jeremiah nor n bigger scami that the law cant touch than his sum Kzra There Isnt an ounce of real meanness In Ezras whole body bul hes just naturally null unintentionally a maverick When he came out of col lege his father thought that a few t years experience In the hide depart orient of Graham C Co would be u good thing for him before he tackled the leather business So I wrote to send him on and I would give him a job supposing of course that I was getting a yearling of the steady old reliable SImpklns strain I was a little uneasy when Ezra re ported because...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1903

I THE CITIZEN > I T r T THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XIII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERI S MARCH 20 Test of tlip Iramin A Comirrli n lv Junrlrrlr Itrs IrsyAirdr Text > 4J1tnt1 xtslll lHI oniiiiriilnrr Prr imrrtt br llrv l > 31 Slrnrim Cupirlglit 1003 by American Prm AnotUtloii LIHSON is foul nnd Silas at Ihllippl Acts xvl SiMli Ooldeii Text AetH xvI II Itelleve on the Lord lexns Jurist and thou idmlt be wived Thi principal facts In this lexxou are the Bufferings of the iipostleH and the Mil vatlon of the jailer unit Ids household There Is no wilvntlon apart from the Bufferings of Chrlst and being wived 1t by ills HnffcrlngN in our stead we nnls t bo willing to Niiffer with Him us ill n wttneNMs In bearing Iho gospel to oth ers I IVt II ll III 18 John xvI ICl Uhll I MJ III dui UMNO IICMirlntuin living Mill Iv 1111 iolden Text Phil Ivl Uejolee in the Lord iilwny Two great test tures of the llfo of a Christian lire Joy und IMIIII and these should lit very manifest Hem xlv 17 xv...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1903

fTHE CITIZEN sertt I r NNINNN NNNNNNN11NNM1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL i INNNNNNNNNNNNM t NN = = Kelley Walden returned Thursday I to his home at College Hill Mrs II SI Jones has gone to Rock port Ind for a weeks work Berry Reynolds writes from Okla honm that he is well pleased and do III wellMrs Sophia Morgan who has been J visiting at Ft Thomas Ky and iu Ohio returned home Tuesday t J Burdetto Sous have bough W T Mehaffeys Machinery a fine Greewall engine boiler line shaft etc I Rev S C Humphrey of Sholby r ville Ky filled the pulpit at the Bop tist church last Sunday morning and 1night nightW j W R Gabbard is now in Mans field Ill where he has plenty of work and good wages His family will I join him soon W WBrockman State Y M C A Secretary for Kentucky colleges was 4here this week in conference with the local association i Goo W Shockley who has beeu confined to the house for ten days with a severe attack of the grip is again able to be out Rev Jas E Wolfordof Lancaster Ky is conducting ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1903

t r + I MarkedvopYfi j JAMES Mo RACER An Independent Weekly Nd THE HOME 60 Interests Devoted CENTS FARM to A of YEAR the SCHOOL VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 2 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 41 I i IDEAS Halfdoing commonly leads to lwllodoln lwllodolnTho Tho more a man is envied the less IID IGocti iOocd Aden cnnnot supply tlio place I of food judgment It is not whoro you nro but what you no that determines your happi r ness J nessFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD fCuh will appropriate 100000 for the St Louis Exposition Wm II Tuft of Ohio governor of tho Philippine cables that ho is con valnecing vftlncinBJ Uy n voto of 12 to 0 the Cuban Son ato adopted tlio reciprocity treaty with hit United Stati > n unconditionally The Cuban Cabinet decided to let publicly a contract to raise thii Maine arid the Spanish warships Hunk along tho Cuban coast Tho Empress of Oormany whilo 4 out riding wan thrown by her horse N and sustained a broken arm Her lIerf otis otisTh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1903

M a F i THE CITIZEN I i Jim and the I I Extract His Ways Were New but the Ensuing Profits Were Big From IMtn From 11 Sri M the Mtr Chant to lllf a 1 U aWllIe Ihiuce QroryeIluiuceJlap e JTvtrfincr JIll ttftnlmlan of Small May nantJ Co fuUUlun llunton 0 1lime fist college innn I ever hired was old John Durhams son Jim That t was n goal many years ago when the house was n much smaller affair Jims father had a lot of money till he start < nl out to buck the universe and corner wheat And the boy took nil the fancy courses and trluimliiKS at college Tim old man was mighty proud of Jim Wanted him to be a literary fellow But old Durham found out what every one learns who gets his ambition I mixed up with number two red that theres a heap of It lying around loose In the country The bears did quick work and kept the cash wheat coming jIn so lively that one settling day half n dozen of us had to get under the mar Kj ket to keep It from going to smash That day made Jim a candidate for a Job ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1903

CITIZENr THE CITIZEN 0 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON I SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL G Teat uf Inv IFIKIII Arli xx SItH Mrniiirr trraral tltioldru1ril All n IICUIIIIIICltrr lrllIIr1 tit by flee II Jb Minima Co7TlgU JM3 liy Ami firm Irru AIllon1 21 1Yrtl the rhurch of Cloil which Ho huth purcliuMMt with Ills own liluod AfkT till iipnuir ut Kpliiwim Iunl wont Into MiiriMlonlii mid nlMHlc three niuutlm In Orefee afur wlilUi ln > start vd for JiTiisiiUiu liojiliiK to he lime l > y 1lhU day of IViiUruHl terse 1U llav Inn come UH far UN Mlletux lie Kent for tin tiers of the ohiireli at KIICHIIN that they night come to MlletiiH to meet him Our lexNoii IH part of his uililrvHH to thelll the wliolouiltlrvx lie KlniiliiK ut the vlKhtiiiitli verse lie felt that tluuu HrU the bust word ho would ever HpeaU to them verse M5 unit hu remliuletl them that In hIM min istry iinuiiiK them hu hail taught them ull IhlliKN nut only the entieiitlal and fuiiUiiiniiital repentaiiee toward dud 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. — 2 April 1903

r 5 TTHE CITIZEN II J 1 N llOCAL AND PERSONAL I n NNNN INNN111N NNNNNN I Burret Fee goes to his homo iu In ilinna this week James Todd of Paint Lick sold a fine beef to M B Ramsey for SIiO75 I The editor has been call 00 to James t town 0 by the illness of his fath l er Miss Lillie Butner of Wildie visited her cousin Miss Ella Chasteen recent Iy Dr and Mrs Davis were in Rich mend on business Thursday also W I S PorterC C 1 Ogg has been in Williarasbtirg I the past week in the interest of his IuUSlUess I businessMiss Miss Ethel Richardson is spending t two weeks visiting with relatives at b Wildie WildieMrs Mrs Hill of Williamsburg Ky vis ited Mrs Brannaman from Friday until Monday Miss Sarah Lawson who has been f 5visiting her sister at Ford has return ed home I homeMiss Miss Jennie Hanson is home from F Williamsburg where she has been teaching J H Ovorley leaves April 15 for Powels Valley Indian Territory to select a now home W R Gabbards family leaves this M eek for Mansfield Ill ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1903

1 Gamble Will a x JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly Kntirtft Editor at the rottofflet elnu and PublishcrTHE CAn DOME 60 Devoted Interests CENTS FARM to A ofV the YEAR SCHOOL A VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 0 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 42 i 1 IDEAS I A i > ldMiit temper olli tint wheels ol life Which grate MI liarnlily In the III I lit of strife To hold OIIOH head up hnlpH to keo p OIIOH heart up A Gorman proverbsaysA mothori M love M now every day The pain of danger m the priro or safely nnfetyFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD A cablegram nnnounceH that the niltiationiin San to Domingo m oxlreino ly dangerous dangerousA A thousand men worn killed or woundixl in n hattln botwoon Bulgari nn bands and Turkish troops Tho Gorman moat law has goiio in to effect Importers to Germany will endeavor to euro Ixyjf without borax and to comply with mho German law Orders were sent out from Komi forbidding Roman Catholic priests to olliciuto at any wedding in which...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1903

THE CITIZEN S c A Lesson In Humility How Little Johnnie Got a Lot of False Pride Out of His System From tttttn From a Sri fade Iff r chant In IILSonby JCHrl1t Horace Ijnrlmtr Ha jwrinfMlon tif Small Mav mini t Ox IuUUhert Itutton u 0 I never see one of these fellows swell lug around with their petty larceny pride that I dont think of a little ex perience of mine when I was a boy An old fellow caught me lifting n water melon In his patch one afternoon and instead of culling me and letting me g o UM I had expected If I got caught lie led me home by the ear to my urn and told her what 1 had been up to ante Your grandma had been raised on the old fashioned plan and she had never heard of these newfangled theories of reasoning gently with a child till Its under lip begins to stick out and its eyes to 1111 with tears as It sees the er ror of Its ways She fetched the tears nil right but she did it with n trunk strap or a slipper And your grandma was n pretty substantial woman Noth I lug of...

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