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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1903

THE CITIZEN i17 tl TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 12 text of the Iipmiiin I Cor xv 2O ill rlU3 MMemory tereeeaa a4Nation i Trxl I Cur 11 v 11 Cuinntrolitrr Irrimrrrt lir Hrv II 31 Hlrurni t ICoprrlsht 1W3 by American frtu Aanelattnnj < SO Hut now li Christ risen from the dead and become the first fruit of them that sift i Wo Imvo today a great and clorloun chapter truly UKlniilnu with tho gas I IK > by which wo nro wivwl llIlIcl ending M s with tilt tomplutu Hulijiipttlun of nil I tlilnpt unto Him who tlliil for our MIIH c and wan burled and ruse npiln the third day nccordltiK to tho Sculptures vernex H II Tho writer of thlH cit Ntle with whom wo Imvo recently lntii Journoy IIIK KO much xcviaitl to know nothing but Christ crucllkd ChrUt rlnon and aNciMidvd and ChrJHt returning to reign It would bo well If thoro wcro many like him In thin chapter hu gives Mpoclal promlnvnoo to tile resurrection provlnt that the llfo and death of Christ w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1903

I T THEXOJTIZEN I II LOCAL AND PERSONAL II NMNMMINNNNNNNNMINNMIN1Easter Easter Sunday April 12 Charles White Is improving Robert Sharp is homo from Mooro headAunt Aunt Bettio Diggs is in good healti for one of her ago James Fowler is moving his family back to Jackson Co T P Wyatt makes it very pleasant for his visitors on the farm A J Scudder will take up farming as n business this year M L Spink and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a Fine son Master Williard Sharp is moving tc his grandmothers near the depot Pres Frost ndressed the 20th Cen tury Club of Pittsburg Penn April 6 Hon R W Miller of Richmond was in town Saturday on business The Berea friends of T A RobinsoL were pleased to meet him hero last Saturday x A E Robinson has moved from Depot St to the Blythe place OL Walnut Meadow pike Harley Racer has moved his barber shop from the P 0 building to the rear of the East End Drug store The children of Black Valley will attend Sundayschool at the Parish House until their ch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1903

I JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly Editor and Publisher CAn Devoted Interests to of the j blisherTHE j3 I1t Z ITIZEN THE HOME FARM CllIltMIIITHE SCHOOL filtered at the rot l al lima Ay M tteviul 3 clan maR maids 60 CENTS A YEAR l ISi VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 10 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 43 IDEAS I Self inspection iH tho best euro for Rolf esteem PiotrclltoemCommoll Common sow o is good sense about common things Tho way to have all you want is to 101wallt only what you have Tho limo spent in complaining would often sullJco to romody tho evils romplaiuod of FROM THE WIDE WORLD A force of Americans in Mindanao kiliod a hundred Moros and wounded many others Fifteen hundred persons aro report od to have boon kllixl by an explosion in tho Canton arsenal powder factory in China ChinaTwo Two Members of the Cuban Con gross fought a duel with swords ani one man w slightly injured Tho British royal yacht Victoria and Albert with King Edward on boar...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1903

I THE CITIZEN I It I to give to the county casting the Inrg est number of votes Jefferson except WHO WILL BE WINNERS I ellthe privilege of sending two teachers to the fair at its expense the most popular teacher and the second most popular teacher teacherFree mailed to every Most Popular Teachers teacher in the state whose name It was possible to obtain the plan In de tall and It will be read to his or her EXHIBIT ASSOCIATIONS 010 OFFER school If In session now or when opened during the summer The con test will not close until every school in life state has had a chance to vote Ono to He Elected From Roryin UIIIIII5ro f cssor II V McChosney state su County In the StaleFull Details perintendent of public instruction has of the IMaii Description of thoIleriutenllent this gwen his hearty endorsement to lJug yen Krinucky Ilullilliie to lie contest and has Issued a letter to tho KXIIOslt1ollcontest Erected at Exposition public school teachers of the state suggesting that they read to the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1903

I THE CITIZEN d Foe S Conciliation is nothing more than n clouulnif of the lwli anil milliintf li n limn vital statf I IlIutioll or dentin if not rtluvrd If1Il constiiinUd milfmr could riiiliro that ho ii allowing IKjiwmoiM filth to remain in hid mtciii hn would soon Kit relief I Constitution invite all kind of contusion Headaches bilious lieu colds and nianv other ail incnti iIlMiivir want cmisti > nbll IxiwtTaarorrlievctl Thwl 1ntf HlnckDraiiKlit thoroughly cleans out the bowels in an lay anti nnttiril iimiiner without time i uriiiir of calomel or other vio lent cathartics lie mini that you get the origi nal ThiilfonlH lllilcknrniiRht niatlo byIhc CliattaiiouKa Jlwli clnl Co Sold ball druggists iu 25 cent and II 00 ackugtii 11101I I raaMl rmnnrml 1 hrufurda Illact IllatIlrt all Ikr 114 hair nwJ It fur hI1 Im J trt I aoirr r u nr rktldm ay Mhrr latitlir I think I mild firr I abl la week rllkott U on srruinlof brlnir IraiklMl nltk rnmllrdloi tour MrdlrUt U f III tt kffl fr r II l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1903

I tTHE CITIZEN I HNN NN1N1NN1N1N N i LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Mr Simpson McGuire is outho sick list at this writing Many enjoyed the almost total eclipse of the moon on last Saturday nightLittlo Littlo Lizzie Bongo and her grand mother loft Saturday for their now home in Hamilton Ohio J H Overly left Tuesday for Sher man Tex where he will visit his chil dren on his way to the Indian Terri tory Mr and Mrs C E McCurdy left Tuesday for Ashland Ky where Mr McCurdy will engage in the drug bus iness Mrs J W Derthick of Bedford 0 came this week to visit her sons in tending to remain until after Com mencement Harley Racer left Sunday for Co lumbus where he has gone to be with his father who is sick in the Protest ant hospital hospitalMrs Mrs Taft of Cincinnati 0 mother of Judge Taft Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands visited Miss Nourse last week Prof Shouse principal of the Hap I tist school at London KywiU preach at the Berea Baptist church next Sunday morning and night Mr Jim Samuels o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1903

I JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly 7Edit or and RACERCAn Devoted Interests to of the I TH E ITIZEN THE HOME FARM SCHOOL KHtertd at At Pmtojlc ebui MalltiaKtr at trtfIABI tieond 60 CENTS A YEAR IVOL IV A Family PnperI BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 23 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 44 I IDEAS Hot tempers get men Into hot wn tor Wonk men spurn advice wise tuon profit by it No ono cnn afford to mnko enemies unnecessarily I unnecessarilyEvery tory tIny woll spout lessens the t tank that God has not UK Almost all knowledge in interesting if presented in un interesting manner FROM THE WIDE WORLD A grant storm played havoc In Our ninnyGreat Great Britains national debt In over f 000000000 Tho Boer war added W2r 000000 to the debt A lockout of all textile workers on the lower Rhine has been ordered from May I Thousands will beaded wl Hoar Admiral Walker and tho other iniMiilwrH of the Panama Canal Com mission have arrived at Panama Co lumbiaFour Four crops of corn are produced ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1903

r 1 THE CITIZEN 1 THE HOME THE HAPPY WIFE Yon ask me why Tin happy when to many wires complain And ray their buihandi only live to Rive them endless pain My fcerct you demand to know youve seen m y happy nook And you quiz me not a little butremember I can cook When other wives are envious and tell my hui band dear My gowns are very out ol date and at my ward robe sneer I have no fear I only smile I cure not how I look I know Ive but to whUper Dear remember I can cookl My love has often said to me UIT kartI know youre plain Hut married llfewlth you my tweet has brought mo naught but gain tot other women sine and dance or even write a book Yet youre above them all In charm remember you can cook Ixrn And always when Im begged by girls to tell them by what art I captured such a handsome man and won quite all his heart I merely FaYu My dear Im sure that all the pains I took Was asking him to dinnerfor remember lean cook And all you modern women who are anxious to be wed lie wife throw up...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1903

1 t THE CITIZEN r TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL ILESSON IV SECOND QUARTER INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 20 Teat uf the Iriiui AcU sit 112 01I r Trtl 1rN sal 11 Coiiinif nlory Irrimrrtl by llrv U M Nlrarni r Copright 10U3 hy Amrrlrsn IrrM AMuclstlon i I 4 And finding dliclpkH we larrle there even days who t > Ul to Iu mil through thv Spirit that lie mould not KO I up to Jerusalem I cniiiiot hut woniliT It It cons through the Spirit that the lesson committee started the N > rtlOIIS Unsigned III till x f unit tho following two or three lesson lessonrl t 1II helpful portions nnd omitted the best hut we iiitint make tho beat of tho por tloiiM chosen fuel and hU party hav hog Inmltil nt Tyrn ou their way to Jerusalem lliul dlsclplcH with whom they peed n week nod knowing Pauls custom we caiinut but rejoice In the special Hlblo studies which they must have bail anil in the blessing which III II lit have come to them Knowing that Pauls tlenlre wan to hasten to Jerusalem for Pentecost chapt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1903

III PlI THE CITIZEN FINE EXHIBIT PLANNED Prof Brownell Outlines Scheme of Educational Display KENTUCKY AT THE WORLDS FAIR Every Chnracter of School In the Stuto Will PimiUli Kxlilblld Twenty Five lluiiilrrd > iunru Feet of gpuco For Kentucky 111 Iulaco of Kclucutlou Tho Louisiana Purchase exposition at St Louis next year will have tho first building ever erected for an edu cational exhibit In it will be seven acres of floor space and Kentucky bas applied for 2500 square feet of this amount If tho present plans are car ried out all of this space will bo well filled with exhibits of school work of every kind from the kindergarten to the technological schools and univer sities Professor II G Brownell prin copal of tho Manual Trrlnlng High school of Louisville is chairman of tho educational exhibit committee of the association Ho has associated with him on this committee tho fol lowln well known educators Profes sor H V McChesney Frankfort Pro fessor R P Halleck Louisville Pro fessor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1903

p1 wr PLAYI TWICE A DAY IN THE FUTURE iI By Sir HENRY IRVING i r HE OLD ACTORS HAD TO PLAY FOUR TIMES A WEEK AT MOST THAT IS THOSE WHO HAD TO PLAY HEAVY PARTS THE ACTOR OF TODAY HAS TO PLAY NEVER LESS THAN SIX TIMES GENERALLY SEVEN SOMETIMES EVEN EIGHT It ia within tho present generation of players that the inntinco ins arisen TWO MATINEES A WEEK DELIGHT THE HEART OF THE MANAGER PERHAPS HE DREAMS SOMETIMES OF A PLAY WITH SUCH MAGNETIC ATTRACTIONS THAT THE PUBLIC WILL WANT + TO SEE IT TWICE A DAY FOR AT LEAST SIX MONTHS K n That is not beyond tho bounds of possibility when you con iwlor the multitude of playgoers mid the increasing facilities of communication THEATERS ARE SPRINGING UP EVERY WHERE THE TRAMCAR AND ELECTRIC SYS TEMS THE OVERHEAD AND UNDERGROUND RAILS HAVE DROUGHT EVEN DISTANT SUHURHS INTO IM MEDIATE TOUCH WITH THE HEART OF THE GREAT ClTI ESnnd hero arc fiOO towns where tho name conditions apply in greater or less degree Our Universities and Their Work By WOODROW WILSON ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1903

0 THE CITIZEN I i LOCAL AND PERSONAL l NNNININN 1NNN 1NN111 NNNNINN N John Boggs has been sick for the past ten days but is now out again Mr and Mrs J W Stephens were visitors in Cincinnati last Friday and SaturdayMissDolla Miss Delia Hudson of Paces Texas has been visiting relatives here ror the past month Mrs June Armstrong and daugh ters Mina and Bessie of Kingstoi visited Mrs Brannaman on Saturday Miss Vesta Spencer andMrs C I Lewis are spending the week in Lot isville They expect to return Fri 1 day Prof Dodge leaves today to delve i an address before the State Norma 0 Industrial Institute at Frankfort on ° Friday j FridayThe The College Band will give a con cert from Ladies Hall balcony on Sat S 4 unlay evening April 25 at 680 p m i All are invited J Robert Boatman of Lexington representing the N Y Life Insurance Co was a patron of the Central Hotel Friday and Saturday A pleasant church social was held at the Parish House Tuesday night with the Graphophone Grand as out feature...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1903

JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly Editor and PublisherDSyoted to the RACERCAn Interests of 1 4ttnftrlTHE CiTIZEN ITIZE N THE HOME FARM SCHOOL w Rnltrtit nl II Kmn Ay 01 ttennil tlau mntlmntltr 50 CENTS A YEAR VOL IV A Fnmily Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 30 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 45 IDEAS Tim ono wiro WilY of improving our condition 1M to improve ourwolves If you conquer tho world and till HHI the devil will ncnd in IIH sur render by telegraph 4 Tim nmn who most readily ndtnitH IH own miecPSH in the ono who could most easily lu proved innocent if he didnt choose to confers FROM THE WIDE WORLD Fire destroyed town in Chili amid 2000 JRTMOIIH nro homeless and desti IntoThe Tho tronty of nrliitrntion between Holland and Venezuela has leon a doptedMormon Mormon tniKnionnrim over a him died in number wit 1m ex > olled from G or tunny Chinn has formally refused to grant RiiNsiaH demands in regard to till evacuation of Manchuria 9hu Hritti h force which went to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1903

II THE CITIZEN 11 I THE HOME IMPROVEMENT Koch wave that break and dl appears Makes some new change upon the hore For every hopeful word the world lUi Mimcthlng that was not before The sun has never ahone In vain Inch lair wind blown gtpxl cheer somewhere For every happy smile the world Whir on Its way with few of Gees S K Kisrn In Chicago Hrconl llrraM THE ANNUAL BEREA FAIR FOR FIRE SIDE INDUSTRIES Will be held Wednesday Juno 3 1103 the College Commencement day in loom I Lincoln Hall Head our I list of premiums then startthnt loom Even if you do not take a premium you may have a chance to sell some thing Entries must be made before 10 a in Commencement day All goods entered for a premium must have been made since last Commence ment day Juno 4 1002 Other homo oJ products may be exhibited and offer ixl for sale salePremiums Premiums Offered lot 11 nome pun COT lhb JJ 00 SIll Homespun TRbl reads 101 M IHmlty Counterpane 2 00 I on Allwool Jratu 10 yanln 2 DO MM Cotton and Wool Jmui 10 y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1903

IIIf1 THE CITIZEN II I lit THE SUNDAY H SCHOOL I LESSON V SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 3 1 Text of tier lreinn Act III 301I ITI Verelf iCJolileii Teal I I Ifl Iv 111 ComliHMitnrr 1mntrcil Ioy laws u M NlrnruH Copyright 191 lijr American IrtM Auoclatlon 30 And nil the city was moved und the 11 run iDKetlur und they took Iaul I unU drew him out of the temple und forthwith the door were shut I Putil having met the elders declared I byd d 11111 nilnliilrjr Thin WIIH their ctwtoui ulwttjH to tell what tSml hud wrought ° xlv 27 xv 4i lulu whether It was IV t tar III the JeWM or Ituil to the Ketitllen 11 wax the Kiinie Cod workltiK 1111111 till I I tint II Si 1 Cor sll 0 when they wero 11trutrullart l > y the holyephlt What kind of belleverH these were who wero I KO mi lou of the law that they could 6kill foul It might bo dlUlcult to tell t verw M They certainly wero not tilled with the love that In kind and thlnketh no evil Ax to the step that Paul took to conciliate them 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. — 30 April 1903

I III t I THE MINERAL DISPLAY i s + Kentuckys Hidden Wealth Will Be Exhibited at Fair I j AMPLE FLOOR SPACE ASSIGNED k Mined III Kentucky Will He n 1 Faiiilllur Ilaciinl at Oriut Kxposl z tlon KxperU Are Cullretliij Specimens Former Mayor f of Ijoulavlllo Oliulriuuu li I Professor C J Norwood of LexlriR t ton state Inspector of mines and chief e counselor to tho mineral exhibit com f mittee of the Kentucky Exhibit asso iselation has completed the floor n i for Kentuckys mineral display In tho t Mines and Metallurgy building at the ka worlds fair A reduced reproduction Iof It shows tho extent to which Ken tucky will so In making an exhibit of CHAS P WEAVER Chairman Mineral Exhibit Committee Louisville I tho untold mineral wealth of tho < state Tho chairman of the mineral exhibit committee former Mayor 1Charles P Weaver of Louisville and Professor Norword secured from the chief of tho department of mines and metallurgy Professor J A Holmes on a recent visit to St Louis the V promis...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1903

M r 0 o THE CITIZENt c n I Woman In Business As Illustrated by the Po I thetic Story of Toby I fVnm Istttn from a SflMailt Mrr i thud tit lilt Nun IM Uoayf Harare Jxirfinrr UU3Krnfvlenf NwnH Miiu mini < l 01 J uWWirw Jfcwlwi I IJQ II never do business wllh a woman that J dont think of n little Incident xvlilfli happened when I was first mur riktl to your ma AVti sot up liousekcep Ing In oui of those cottages that you f t mid nlHiut In tin tit nry books hilt that mi want to why nway from when IIH j tut up to you to Hvw In one of thou It wast Just the place to go for n kite hut HH Ircen my experience that n felt low docs most of hln picnicking before hes married Your ma that the cooking nml I bus tled for things to cook tlMiiiKli I would take a shy tit It myself once hi awhile nod get up my muscle tossing tliipjarks It wan pretty rough sailing you lift hut one way nod another we managed It to get a good deal of Niithifactliiii out of It h III1C wo had mode up our minds to take our ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1903

I bTHE CITIZEN I 7 1111 L LOCAL AND PERSONAL + i FN1111111MIM111HNN 11N NI H11 11 N ap Miss Alice Titus is homo from Camp Nelson and will remain for the present Two of our old citizens are with us for a few days J M Wood and P M Reynolds J J O Sharp has returned from east ern Kentucky where he spent several days on business 4Miss Anna Lindloy came this week i from Kingston Iud for a visit with t friends here t Chas P Collier of Salt Lick Ky 1aUlI W C Field of Toledo 0 were J here Thursday prospecting for oil i Little Lizzie Reynolds daughter of I P M Reynolds of Hamilton 0 is I a visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Reynolds on Center street r a Rev H J Derthick is holding a two weeks revival service at Hazel Green with good success Ho expect to return to Berenuext Monday Grover Fish played a star game at short for the Berea College baseball team accepting six chances without 1team au error making one run and a two base hit I Berry Reynolds has returned from the Indian Territory a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1903

J If JAMES M RACER An Indepesdeit Weekly I IKnttrrd Editor at Ikt PotlcJUei ttan and maUmatttr at Publisher Berra Ay at mol T H E C I T I Z E Nil THE HOME 60 Devoted Interests CENTS to A orJ the YEAR 1 I VOl IVA Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 7 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 40 IDEAS I The world admires genius much but courage and fortitude more lIIuchll11tI To lighten the load of life wo must increase our own strength j mostW I W of iHjing slandered The vrtrp of llfen thin work of fete I slruillerociII II1h 1 Useful employment brings solid II I enjoymentTAKE TAKE NOTICE Coiniiiouceiiieiit Mini home spun FII I r Julio 21 Col Oeo W Bain the sliver tou Rued temperance orator of Kentucky In to giro the address before the Lit orary Societies this year Moj Willson of Louisvillo who Is a likely to be the next governor of our State given the Memorial address in the TalwtUBclo May 30 1 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Kiug Edward reviewed 11000 French troops at Vlnconnes An Austrian...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1903

1 1 THE CITIZEN I THE HOME The following extracts from a pa per upon How to Overcome the In difference of Patrons in Public School i work was read at the convention of 1 Mountain Superintendents held in Berea tram April BOth to May 4th t The thoughts in it are intended for I parents as well as for superintendents ItIInd teachers It is said that once the prophet Mohammed wished to go to a certain mountain But said his followers it is not for thee 0 favored of the most High to tread the desert road Do thou command the mountain to come to thee To teach his followers a lesson Mohammed gave a the com mand but the mountain moved not Then said the prophet if the mount I am wont come to Mohammed Mo hammed must go to thb mountain So today if the patron wont come to the school the school must go to the patron In other words if the patron is indifferent to the welfare and work of the school does not care that the schoolhouse is worse than his hogpen never sends his children to school or else k...

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