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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1903

I < n r b II UJJ4 t jf I THE CITIZEN J THE SUNDAY SCHOOL W LESSON VI SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 10 Teal ut bur Iu ti l14th lUJJ Ilriuurr Vrr f oeiullt Iral Aola lllll IICuIr Irr imrfU lljr HPV U S 1 MrMril Cv > tlgM 118 bjr AuitiUn IttM AKUllon < II 11 And when It wan day crrlulu of tilt Js bmitlml together uiul buUllJ IhIIIh > ii under M fume nuylni that lluy would iivlthtr vat nor drink till they hud klllrd 1uul More Hum forty thus bound them selves with tliU oath of execration BINS iiinrKltil mill they had 11 plan that the chief euptiiln should lu > asked to bring him iiKitln Uforo the council Unit they might Inquire more perfectly of mime thine and than they would fall upon hit untl kill him Whatever they mlKht profess religiously their conduct made it manifest that they were children of him of whom the Lord Jesus mild He wan u iiiunlfriT from the IxKlmilng I John vlll III Whosoever dwells not I rliihtfouimcN IN not of Hod neither he 1tthut luvcth no...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1903

tiTHE CITIZEN c H GROWN IN KENTUCKY 1Thousands of Square Feet For Agricultural Products COLLECTION OF EXHIBITS BEGUN p d Everything That Spring From the a tick Soil of the Blue Grata State to Have a Place In the World Fair DUplay One Deport r ment For Frealu It i Kentucky will have 12000 square feet of space in the Agricultural build i ing at the Louisiana Purchase exposl Ition next year Five thousand square > feet of this will be devoted to a col t lective exhibit of tobacco 6000 to t general agricultural products and 1 2000 to whisky whiskyr State Commissioner Iof Agriculture Is chairman of the t committee on exhibits of agriculture 1and horticulture for the Kentucky Ex hibit association and under his direc tion agricultural and horticultural products will be gathered for 5000 squaro feet of space in the Agricul tural and for 3000 square feet of space In the Horticultural building Col Nail has just issued a general clr cular of instructions known as No2 on the collection of the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1903

J i w 4 II i 4 af THE CITIZEN r + > 1 Swords and Scabbards In Society 4An Cplfnrnimitlc Showing of Both I Sides of Great Questions 6 6 I By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN rPTI rowr t Trulh Publlhtd by Brrnltnot T IK the ciutoiii uf grateful Malt N mid nation to prcrtfiit Hwurdrt ax 11 token of lilcliist honor to tin vie lorlniiH leaders of tholr uriiilr Ullll IIIIVlcK TlH NWIIltl prCKIMIt Ill to Admiral giggly liy liar itoile of llilluilclililu ut till close of AmirlciiH war with Hpulu font over trU < tlm greater part uf which WIIH spent on the Jewels unit tecoratloiiN on the cau barpl A little more than half u itu tury ago wheu iVmrul Wlntletil Hltlll for whom Admiral Hclilejr was iiuiiuil mttlvtsl u Iwuiitlfiil Hwonl from the IIIAh of iuUlunu he WUH uHkeil how It 111tIIMI1 him It U a very tine sword Indeed he aid but then U our tliliiK about It 1 would bnve preferred different the Inscription glunild he on the hlade not uu the icabburd The uubtmrd may be tiiken from UK the swung neve...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1903

i f I rLlj kj1 I THE CITIZENI nW lTiLOCAL AND PERSONAL I I N N1 NNNNNNI Mr and Mrs E M Preston spent l Sunday in Hamilton O Clayton Judd left Monday for his homo near South Dayton X Y Mrs J J Brauuaman and Mrs G T Spencer were visitors in Richmond TuesdayBert Bert Cornelius who is studying medicine in Louisville returned home 1 Saturday SaturdayRev Rev Shouse will preach at the Be rea Baptist church next Sunday morn ing and night Rev R B Neal of Grayson Carter county filled the pulpit at the Sec yand church Sunday IThe Berea College baseball team will play a game with the Georgetown l College team at Georgetown Satur Mday J W S Wyatt secured alive near J his home a poisonous scorpion which I Prof Mason has placed in the Berea j College collection Sheridan R Baker who has been taking a course in dentistry at Louis ville stopped oft here Friday for a j few days visit with friends A careful observer of the weather says we have not had three successive days since November which have bee...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1903

L JAMES Al RACLRy y MI IIIl luucltcngt tt > CfnOcnt ecEl lldilor and Publisher I Devoted to the Interests of SCHOOLarr t Lt1NT1lBaNx r C 50 CENTS A YEAR I 1OL IV A Family Paper littltEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY U liKKt fifty ccnta u year NO 47I IDEAS Train Irinl come triumph Cnlmnow mill kiudnt s are power anti iHtioe r A litlln wldom inak e men proud hilt much make thorn humble A minis IlmrHrtpr soldoin remains hug ennc + riIFrl for the moans used to cnnowd it Iwuoine imlicslioDS of char miter KIttlrFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD Admintl Carver IMS been appointed a lifo Senator in Sjmia More Christians sro 1A11110 have boon iiumieipd by Mussulmans a mid lurks nt Mouastir iu European Turkey The btjtmlhal of ths fourth ion of King Uoorg < f Otnere and Prino 811 Aliooflf UatitMiburK hAil been official lv nrntuired Tlio wall aroiiud Manila Philip pine Iwlnudw will not Iw tnru down MTlin thou of 0110 walled city 1hu nir tiiip oonfttnirU d for the I bandy Brother in 1nria Fra...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1903

a o THE CITIZEN THE HOME SOME EXPERIMENTS FOR THE BOYS I suppose most of you boys hav o been working hard these bright clay i getting the garden planted If your garden is not all full and Iam Hura you can find n loot or two that isnt I want each of you to prepare a little bed for an experiment station o f your own If you dont know wha an experiment station is never mind Some day Ill tell you or bet ter still get Prof Mason who knows all about them to do so After your bed is nicely prepared take some radish seeds and sort then into two lots In one lot put all the large plump wellrounded seeds and in the other the little ones Now plant the large seeds in one row and just as many small ones in another Give them both just the same good care and whoa they are ready to use pull them at the same time Perhaps the results will show you why your father is very careful to select his best oats or wheat or corn for seed Here is another experiment with Heeds Take a half dozen grains of corn and w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1903

3 THE CITIZEN n THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VIISECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 17 Text of tier lricun ArU z > lv 1010 UUIrr Vrmm ltIU aolil = en rc Ia xalll I Commrulur I Ircimrrd lir Ilrr II > l Hlrnrun CoI1rllbt 1WS tjr Amerlnn Irtu Anoclillon J 1013 Neither can they prove the thinK I whereof they now accuse me live days lifter Paul hind been placet under tin euro of IYHx the governor ut tjiHiirtn the high iestml the eld ant iniil an orator uanutl IVrtnllux tir rlviil from Jerusalem ami Paul btlnj brought forth the orator ik I1 reel hIll luillsuilininnd till > JWWH iiHHiiitcil to It Iaul IMIIIJ permlttid to spank for him self denies tholr uiTiisutlonx anil says that they win prove nullilng It U the common Mlory of tlitnpi laid to our chiirgu that we know not till 11InMI ty of faint wlttipRKUM Is sxxv III The Spirit tbrouKh IVtrr reminds 1111 that 11111 IIUIHC for tlmnUxKlvlnj It fur roiiHvliMiit toward Get we endure grief minerlng wrongfully that It whiii wi du well...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1903

r I THE CITIZEN I SAVANTS TO GATHER I International Congress a Fea ture at 1904 Worlds Fair WILL ASSEMBLE IN SEPTEMBER Men of Science From All Ports of the World Will Convene In St Lout and III Ont Week Will Deliver 30O Addressee A series of international congresses will be held Sept 1925 1904 at the Worlds fair The sum of 1200000 Is appropriated to cover the expenses of the international congresses Such scholars as accept invitations to par ticipate In the congress and do a specified piece of work In accordance with the plan adopted will receive an honorarium for papers and traveling expenses The authorities of the unl versal exposition have from the first recognized the desirability of provid ing for a congress which should ex ceed In its scope anything heretofore attempted Such a series of con gresses is particularly appropriate for the St Louis exposition where for the first time the educational Influences of an exposition are made the dominant factor and the classification and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1903

a + t 1 5 i THE CITIZEN p P u The Power of Truth Lying the Most Popular Vice of humanity Studied In flatly Life 0 By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN From H The Power of Truth Publiihed by llrrntnot N Jt IltTlI III the rock rOllluln till II ot every great rharacter It tHIn Tit loyalty to the right as we MCI It It Is courageous living lit our lives In harmony with our Ideals It Is nlwuys power Truth ever defies full definition ujjii ihitrlclty It can only bo explained by noting UK manifestation It III the impass of the soul tho guardian of conscience the final toiiehstono of right Truth I + the revolution of the Ideal but It Is nlso nn ln plratlon to realize that Ideal n constant Impulse to live It LyliB N one of tho oldest 11111 In the world It mado Its debut In the first recorded convcniatloti In history lit n fnnioiM Interview In the Rtirdcn of iden Lylnc III the sacrlfUi of honor to civile n wrong Impression It IK masquerading In misfit virtue s Truth mil Ntniiil nlono for It needs no chnp ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1903

r r THE CITIZEN = LOCAL AND PERSONAL f I 4 M ANNMNNNNNNHIL IL H Coylo was in Louisvillo last week on business State Senator Geo F Farris or Lon castor was a visitor in Horeo Tuesday Mrs A H McFarlaudof Kockoastl Co was n visitor in Boron this week Caleb Todd wns baptized in Silver Creek Sunday at 3 p in by Dr Bur gess Mrs G F Spencer loft Monday for a three weeks visit with her sister at Cumberland Gap Tenn m C C Coylo and bride left last week for Franklin Ky where they will make their home for the present Mr Casper Williams a popular and successful lawyer of Mt Vernon was in Berea Saturday on legal business Rev J Robert Boatman of Lexing ton who is making a study of tho forests in this vicinity preached at the Glnde Christiau Church Sunday Mrs George T Johnson and flies Cis Gudd of Wildio were guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Coyle the first of this week J J Brauuaman was confined to t his room a portion of last week threatened with rover but is attend ing to his usual duties this week M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1903

mA i r9tx J JAMES M RACER An Indepeadeat Weekly Editor and RACERT J CAn Devoted Interests to of the tOllllH E IT I Z E NTHE THE HOME FARM SCHOOL trcnt al IIIe Po frat rntlnnAv < u ttronil 50 CENTS A YEAR I JVOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 21 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 48I nu IDEAS Ideas overloaded with words seldom travel far or long A siiggwitiou in often more eirpotivn Inn nn argument Thu fitrength of man inuruitHcvi ivilh 1 I tan knoxvh < dgu of hie wmikntvui To scold people when limy innko confessions m thuway to Jlrt t hum from coiifeiwitig again TAKE NOTICE Commencement uutl llonic 1111111 Ill I r < Iuiiu 51 The Fluid Day contend begin this morning prompt v at SI oclock at t ho fair grounds Tunnih mulch Him af ternoon at 2JM Ilnrva vHQnorgutown ou thu College campim Prof L V Dodgn will prenclj the Memorial sermon in I hit Taliunwcle nell Sunday May 24IIt 11111 The f various churches will iinito with till O A It in thin wuvice FROM THE ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1903

u n n p w THE CITIZEN THE HOME A CURE FOR TROUBLE Trouble It looting lor N > rac one to trouble Who will partake 01 hit worrisome wares Where will he tarry and whom shall he harry At morning midnight with till burden of card They who he hands that are Idle and empty They without purpow to bull J and to bleu They who Invite him wltlneowliUjntiltllghthln Are they who hall dwell lu tin House of Dla trtM Trouble li looking for rome one to trouble Ill tell you bow all hit plant to eclipse Whell he draws nearyou be sure he shall hear you VhenliedrauinearyoubeHirelieihallliearyouAworklng Aworklng away with a fong on your lire Iook at him squarely and laugh at his coming W Say you arc busy and bid him depart J lie will not lease you to stay It he sees you Have tasks In your hands and a hope lu your heart 11 Trouble li looking for tome one to trouble I shall not listen to aught he may uy Out ul llfci duty shall blossom In beauty A grace and II glory to gladden the way I shall have faith 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. — 21 May 1903

i I j T THE CITIZEN 3 i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL I 4 ILESSON VIII SECONDQUARTER INTER S NATIONAL SERIES MAY 24 I II 1 > M of hr lrniun Aeln il tllSII I ISInaury Venire UTUli liolilrn Tnt Acts I US fHiiiiiiFiitury lr 1Al 4pNred lir llev II M Strum I Cu7rUhl 1W3 ty Amrrlrsn Prrtu AuocUllon I 19 Whereupon 0 lUng Agrlppa I wan I I not dUoliedlent unto the liruvrnly vision Our lust lesson gave us Pauls trail I iinuny before Felix nnd his wife After I 1t o 3IirM 1IHIIIII HlwelIll 11111 ulill 1util wns huh II prisoner Tim haired Ilu I j of tho high prlesl und the Jewish rill ers wus imulmled und they were Htlll i longing to kill IlKll 1VHtUH told them I to coiiie to CicHurra nnd Klvo their tlII II tlinony iigalnst him which they did i j but UN INCorl > could prove nothing Wllell 1eHtUH uitked him If ho wan will i IWllell I lug to go to Jerusalem und lit tried Ithln ho appealed to Ciiniir III duo I I time King Akrlppit und Hernlee como iu Iifsarca In visit lVntuM und ho tolls them of rntil 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. — 21 May 1903

THE CITIZEN i i r j An Animal Story For Little Folks The Foolish Hares a Nobody had any idiii Unit tin two hares would be bright scholars wliiii they went to school but It certainly was the opinion of every one who knew them that they would at least II bo able to keep up with their class One day during the geography hour IIOll tencher snowed the class n Mg glum representing the earth mill told II how It turned on Its axis and how dur III fog the day we are all on top of the N globe while at night we are nearly upside down The little hares looked on and wondered and when they got f home they got to talking the whole tblug over Im much afraid that we will fall i off tonight when the world gets up side down wild Jimmy Hare I So am 1 said Charlie Hare It How nre we going to prevent It itns kttl Jimmy I it I dont know answered Charlie Ill tell you what well do said Jimmy JimmyWhat What nsked Charlie Teacher said If we stood on our feet we would be upside down lets stand nil our heads And...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1903

r THE CITIZEN 5 nn I 1 The Things That Need Not Happen Throwing Uie Ultwme For the World 4Prin and Sorrow on Providence a 1 By WILLIAM GEORGE JOR AJ From The Power ol Truth Publiihtd by Brenltnoi HIS world would b < > n delightful cpatet III llvn In If It woiv not I TIIiN tbn people They really j nuiMii till IL trouble AlunH wiirnt 1iieuiy III alwiiyn man I III bcKnn In hone tin reiMiiMlblllty i ut lilt triiiiHKressliiii on Home one elm I In the garden of Kden uiiii be lets been I dolns MI ever shoo Tin greater part of the pall sorrow and III I lit ry III life III purely u tinman In viiitlon yet man with cowardly Irrev 1111 ireiuc dares to throw tilt renponslbll I Ity on tod It coiiien tliroiiKli break ing lawnlawn natural pliyKleal clvlo mental or moral 1liene are lawn widen 1111111 UIIOWM but III dNixKimlH He liiktH cliniiiv He tbliikH be can diMle leniiltN In NUIIIU way hut nutiiru miyK He who break pays Ilieru are no dead letter lawn on thu divine Htatute bookn of life Whe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1903

FTHE CITIZEN ji i LOCAL AND PERSONAL 3LOCAL i W H Porter is spending the week in Owensboro Ky W H Robe near his home at the Hill Farm caught rattlesnake alive It is three feet long HUC is kept con > fined in a barrel Miss Grace Shrock of Ashtabula I Ohio came yesterday for a visit at th e home of Miss Anna Hanson Mist Shrock is a sister of Perry F Shrock C Wm G Best formerly a student here but who is now taking a course in dentistry at the Ohio College ol Dental Surgery at Cincinnati was a visitor in Boron this week The Berea College baseball team t suffered the worst defeat of the season Saturday when a team from the Ken s tucky School for the Deaf at Danville h shut them out with a score of 11 to 0 John Henry who recently killed I Will Easley at Cincinnati was arrest wl here Tuesday night at the home of his mother by Marshals Tatuui and Watkins Henry will be taken to Cincinnati for trial C W Johnston wife and little boy formerly of this place are visiting Mr Johnsons brother an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1903

rJAMBS JAMES M RACER An EJ Independcai Weekly Editor and Publisher Dovoted to the r MRACERTH E C I Interests of lcIilIMIIIII4Un Rntrrtit nl Ike at Berta Ay 01 tOIl II rIZEN THE HALF HOME PRICE FARM UNTIL JUNE SCHOOL 4 y IO IV A Family Pallor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 28 1903 One dollar a rear NO 99 I r IDEAS I IiIDEAS Nnn are so weary an tlioso who never work 1 Much labor in unsown BO that tanks It iiHiially iMMm < af ir than they lint Tim bwit time to help M oplu gener I lnil IN whet they wish to ho helped To eoiniiiniiil onnn spirit IH the IIrllt Htttp towards rommaniiiog out ties tiny j TAKE NOTICE Joni lueucenlenI anil Iliiine NPIIII lulr luim C Ktimmnlwr that Graduates Sundny in in ninny ways the greatest day in the year and true IIOrlllUII by Mr Vnu Horn next Suudiiy inoriiiiii will Im One In do iitt nil good I Only six duN more See piige fi Iollllllll M TIH Fiftieth AnniverHary of Ho ma church town and College will IH reehratt in Iliu Ttdwrnaclo noxt Sunda...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1903

i w r THE CITIZEN THE HOME THE SUNSET Low In the went the itttlng sun rr over hills or blur 1 Within the veil of evening hue I < > linking from our view Dim growl the tight but Inky cloud With tenderneMenfolJ Tliu beauty nt the parting day 111 Invellnps untold 4 Toe iltrrr star In eastern kl < s y Add to tills scene or bllii The world In rapture blushes Dellih The parting golden kin 4 A Nil VOIS r Some Summer Hints The busy days are upon us and the lIt weather Many people are too busy to be sick and too careless to be well Summer is the time for a re newal of life and vigor but unless there is a little knowledge of Natures Naturesf iii following them it is more likely to be a sickly season In the first place Nature invites us with a thousand voices to come out of doors into the sunshine and fresh air Let your broad open porch or the big shady tree in your yard be your sit ting room Open your doors and windows and invite the air into your houses Sunshine and fresh air are th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1903

r WIF THE CITIZEN J I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 31 Tnt of tlir lriion Iliini Till 1M 1Tnt Mriiinry Vrrir 1tiutdrrl fret Hum vlll 11 romiiirntnrr Ire liarril liy Ilex II SI Minima Copyright 1903 Ljr Amtrlctn Inn A xliton 1 I t Than Is thrrrfore now no comlem nation to them that are In Clirim Jrnui fur the law of the Spirit of life In fhrUt Jviu inuiln me frt from tlir law of nlii mid of ilruth We limy ho vrry thnnkfiil tor out IPS ton from thin KlurloiiH portion of Scrip tort lint wn trust that no tcitfhcr will bo Illllttllt Wltll till VlPMH nMlKIH1 us n leHNon lint will not only rind tin n whole vbnptir IIH MiKgtNtfil but will study tho wholr chapter Dr UnvM Itruwn Mays In tbls HiirpiiKHliin rhnp ttr tin HovtTiil nt mi mi of till pitiitl lug ° rgufl tIt tuoit mill How In otu > rlvir of the wuttr of life clour 111 rryvtul pnuTeilliii out of tho thrum of iixl and of tbo lninb until It WVIIH to lout Itself In ttic octnn of n bees I ful HTii...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1903

o I 1 T CITIZEN 1 An Animal Story For Little Folks 1 The Lazy Lion There was once upon a time a young lion who often went out in the ileitis and watched the larger lions play baseball anti he often thought how happy hi would be If he was only big enough to take part In their giime 11ell lie grew nod grew and after awhile It seemed to him that he wax of baseball size and be decided to begin to play Now It happened that this young lions principal fault wus that lie was lazy and when he gilt to think lug about how much running around lie would have to do as a baseball plnyocbe almost became discouraged After some time spent In thinking this over he determined however to trj the game anyway Ill go off to the cocoanut tree now and get a bull Mild he to himself and off he went to where the tall trees rose from the sandy soil of the plain Away up above his head he saw the nice round cocoanuts hanging to the IT BTKDCK THE lAZY LIDS 1 boughs of the tree but there was not u single one of them...

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