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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1903

1 THE CITIZENs f People Who Live in Air Castles I A Novel and Brilliant Presentation + le ofan Old Theme a F AI II By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAJV from The Power of Truth Fubliihtd by Drcnltnoa IVINO In nn nlr cnMIe lit nlmut nn imtlliilil > nn owning a half In truest In a rainbow It IK no m more non rINllltlg limn a dinner of twelve lOUrifII eaten III u I ilrentn Air raxtlex are built of got h ii inuiiientM of time lull their only value U III the raw inaterlul thus rcmlttinl pl I IlthrNl 11111111I1l The atniisilurc of nlr cnMlcn hen vy and ituiiervl JtU Jo liicenm of vague IIOJMH 11111 phantom items In 1111tLt1II them man lulls hlinoelf Into drvniultiK Inactivity with the HOIIKH < if the mighty il + vvlx he III going to do the great In tliieiuv h noun day will have the viut wenllh that will IH > hU wane time > MMUehow mumwhere In the rosy nun lit iliiyn of the future The architec tural error nliont air castle IK that the uwner liulM them ilownwanl from their glided turret In ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1903

I I THE CITIZEN I CORRESPONDENCE I CORRESPONDENCEN J FREE SCHOOL BEGINS JULY 6 Every parent and every teacher should remember the resolution of the County superintendents that our rroo schools should open uniformly the first Monday after the Fourth of July except when the Teachers Institute begins at tbat time More childrei can attend in July than at the end or the term when the schools begin late Lot everybody get ready and hay I the schools start promptly Important to subscribers Sec page 5 column 3 iI There will be an exhibition print ing at the printing ollire Borea on Commencement day from 8 a in uu til 12 oclock noon You will be a welcome visitor JACKSON COUNTY Teachers examination held at Me KCH Friday and Saturday resulted follows Three first class certificates sixteen second four third and five failures Teachers Institute will b6 held at McKee July 0 10 The super intendent expects the teachers to be gin their schools the following Mon clayTho farmers of this county an in uu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1903

I l Presidents Office x lieron Collect I 1 JAAtBS M RACER An Independent Weekly Cdilor and Publisher Devoted to the IcrInterest EIRT Interests of Knlfrnl nl Iht IlMtuflft Clan mnllmnlter nt Hon Ay ni arnsdTHE HALF HOME PRICE FARM UNTIL + JUNE SCHOOL 4 I II N VOILIV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1901 One dollar a year NO 60 1 THINOS YOU WILL WANT TO READ IN THIS NUMBER OF THE CITIZEN 11 I HITIUH great year Thing to HIM in Heron rIso Iliclo SIIIIIH initilr UnIIH picture JIlllluq JIlllluqI fare l IarngrapliH mid cumin topics illllTlll MOWN MOWN1ilKr 1ilKr a Hori a College mid the Negro Sminon to viiletiiiiN ultlIIlIlII IIIK t Opinions of diHtingiUNhed people I I tiinperance thoughts Sunday whool lt < hhon intermit Ion nl Seller Inff K Poem mid short ntorios Utimriil limiting matter Market niport niportl l tr II Home School anil Farm Imp jrtunt to MuhHtirihem Kim mill huts AdvertinitmentH AdvertinitmentHIm Im T For Young IVoplu Kentucky NHHH AdvurtiitMi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1903

It Is said that the profitable hen eats JC times her own weight In a year Her eggs are six times her own weight and worth six times the cost of her food Feed plenty of wheat oats grits clover and bone and less corn H According to latest mall advices cot Ion planting in Egypt Is generally rompleted Upper Egypt will prob ably show an increase In area of about 25 per cent In the delta the area is undoubtedly Increased but only by a tmall percentage Experiments show that a large ocean steamer going at 19 knots an hour will move a distance of two miles after Its engines are stopped and reversed and no authority gives less than a mile jr a mile and a half as the required vpaco to stop its progress Before leaving Dallas for his homo In Gainesville United States Senator J W Bailey authorized the statement that all of his Grapevine Prairie ranch has been sold This closes Mr Baileys farming operations In Dallas county Senator Bailey said he had sold the place because it was impossible for him...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1903

r I THE CITIZEN 3 BEREA COLLEGE AND THE NEGRO i There linn boon HO much miniinilor ntnnding if notminroiroiit ntntion bo if iflIitH curionity regarding tho uwlton of Doittii College towards people of color that it may bo well to give n brief Htutoiiiiiit of facts Kiriit Heron wax foundod linforotho Civil Vnr and hud a largo attoiidnnco of vhilo NlndontH Tliii first colored 1 Htiidonts wore received in IWJTi 1h I colored coimtittito a small minority in HIM hchool lion IIIIH nwor been any occasion for lowering thin Htnndnrd of tlJllIIIr r Socond Huron is not in any way po cnliar in thin matter On lilt contra ly any Hclinol of high grade which ex I cludxH tint Negro ill peculiar Hiir I vartl I ho old + w t collegu in America ndinitH NegrooH Chicago University till iiuwt rapidly growing institution I in tlia United StiitcH mlinitu Negroes Columbia tho richest institution iu tho I Unii < d Slntiw admitx Negro > M The Nmno in trio of all the greeter Slato i univcrmtioM Tlu Prrmdont ...

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

The Outlook f Woman Suffrage By CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT President National American Woman Suffrage Association Though the past season has seen no such great woman suffrage victory as that of a year ago when Australia conferred full suffrage upon her women citizens yet the winters work has not been without encouraging features Australia is perhaps about to take another step in advance There is on foot a movement to scat a woman Miss Vida Goldstein in the parlia ment of that great country Miss Goldstein is known to many Americans through addresses de livered last winter in many cities Vith restrictions in some provinces of Canada women now possesses municipal suffrage throughout the British empire ex cept in South Africa and here the premier has announced his intention of introducing in the provincial parliament a bill con ferring it In Holland too the social democratic party has just added municipal suffrage for women as a plank to its political platform In this country during the past y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1903

IMV SHIP FROM SPAIN f O eaptaln on whose wrinkled cheeks I Art marke of storm and batting gala I Ilavn you not seen on itlitnnt sear f 80ml here a glimpse of stranger aall Ierchnnce when evening lhadow felt i And misty clouds presaged the night Lpllfteil on some crested wave Then illpnlnr slowly from the slcht IIIIhll should have a sheen of gold And liken nulls IIkl bridal train traInAnd And bear a perfume faintly sweet Of roses on the hllli of Bpnln 4k Youth promised me long years ago This ship would sometime come to 811 And hear Its lade of wealth and fame s rroro distant land beyond the sea It hat not come I know not why II may have sought this port In vain And In some unknown harbor lie And Idly fret in rusting chain hlll die IVB beat the anvil face t 1 lilt the heated furnace Mast An lf rallh of brawn and honest loll Into lifes clrcllna current cast Ive climbed the headland morn and nl To scan the dark horizon line To catch a glimpse far far at au Of this belated ihlp Of mine P...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1903

ir I THE CITIZEN THE HOME Hand Training for Girls Before man set the captive giants Steam and Electricity to grinding in the mill of his necessities teaching hand training in thoschools was some thing unheard of The everydf life of the boys and girls was n coi tinual hand training Tools and Cur niture must be made by tho men the wool and cotton must be turned into cloth by the women Piano playing is now the highest form of hand train ing for girls in the past it was spin ning And who can say how much of the ability our modern American girl shows in the former is due to the dex terity inherited from an ancestral tine of famous spinnersI But many of our girls can neilhe spin nor play the piano What shal wo do for them to develop the finer muscles of the hand and so make the hand work in more quick and beauti f ul harmony with the mind that wills Sewing is one of the best exercise for this double training of mind and hand Just examine some of the specimens of sewing done fifty odd year...

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

ITHE BEDTIME TRAIN I wftfB we JO lip tltt lp the ilulrs 10 long and tri Tiiryrr n mountain cllmlni high highrhrsugh Through the cloud up to tint xkyl Though our train not very lone We limit have two enKlnta Mrong Jlurvt1 nnd I the engine sire Miimnmn bola are each a car All liounl now here Me no Dont you heist the whistles blow Iuft the rnirlnn choo shoo thou rOIlUHu Hu ua KO urounil this bend There the tunnrl ILl the end Tunnel la the bedroom door aunt Jfa dark there Juit before Switch u car hell bring the Ilichll Now well reach the ntmion right Toot were home our journey done llmla thoalntlonOh what fun Maud Whllnjoro iluililm In Oood 1I0uetllnl SOME MUSICAL CATS OB > Inl tie Telephunr Another IUrnl Ihr IMiinu mid aIhlrd ta H Uullur VIrluou One particularly lutcrctitlng cut tlmt I knrw had n lung life He had rrachrd the advanced age of 14 year He wins nut a blueblooded cat but Muiply a pluln black cat without Krdlrc and bore the plebeian mime of Tom but he often ilUplujid a hig...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1903

Iiv v Ii E 1 ii THE CITIZEN IDEAS Dreading is worse than doing Tho way to a wise mans heart is through his head Hotter bo blamed for doing right 8 F than praised for doing wrong We think too littlo of others dilli cnltiea and too much of our own It Men lose much of tho good thatI lies in their way because they will not stoop to pick it up I FROM THE WIDE WORLDi Bruce Price president of the Archi tectural Society of America died in J I Paris ParisJapanese Japanese are indignant because Russian troops have not yet been withdrawn from Manchuria c Lady Henry Somerset has resigned + from the presidency of the National f British Temperance Association t Bulgarian revolutionary leaders t threaten to spread broadcast India plague bacilli unless the Powers inter 1 fere in their hehalfII The total number of persons killed i in the earthquake in the Van district of Asiatic Turkey is 860 according to official estimates sent through the a British Consul at Erzeroum fi Senor Herran Colombia Charg...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

4 t s c + n nx Wll4c r Frodents Office 1 X Heron College If Y JAMES M RACER AB KJcpeifeat Weekly Editor and RACERT tiE CAn Devoted Interest to of the Kuttrtil at Ike Potlofflt steer nailmailer at Bow Ay nt ittcmtt THE HOME FARM A SCHOOL VOL IV A Family Paper OEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 11 1903 One dollar a year NO 61 I IDEAS r IIDEAS tho footprint of God JJouw mon UBO nil thoir tnonnn of af hnppinons I hnppinonsAiood ten rt IH tho beat friend of n good bend I Unfit Hpeedies commit mon to foolish ioiimcn Tliu worldfl waste would suppK tho worMH want I TAKE NOTICE JTAKE x Tho noticm given for opening > f the full torn of Boron Collogo ha o been incorioct nail Term open II Hoptcinbor IH FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mormon mlwtionnry lenders havo been ordered out of lruw in Ire itlunt Loubet of France will make a return visit to King Edward of England July 09 A hurrioino wept over tho Philip pins ifllanda Sovornl ships were wrecked and n Ions of life in n > orted A railroad...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

1r o f ROBBED OF HIS BRAINS i The Slid Cnnfraufnn or Onr Ruined Man ft lo Wlmt Whlukr had Iliinr for Him Out In that one miracle of history the great Windy City by the un salted keas there lives a man who I 7fcoul u tale unfold of the woes of strong drink r IA few years ago this man whose F name for tenderness sake shall be rtleft for you to guess was a prince in rt the Industrial world He was worth his hundreds of thou sands The lord he was of a beautiful happy home A lovely wife confided in him and was proud of him bright eyvd children met him when he came home at night innumerable rlendsre prosperityb b The old ullage that America is the land of opportunity was mightily corroborated by this mans case lliglnnlng with the slenderest of L mean relying mainly upon his own pluck iind gumption the man we speak of soon forged to tltbfront in splendid styleWhile While still a young roan he found himself nt the bead of n splendid busi ness Twelve hundred men were on his payroll and they 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. — 11 June 1903

I THE CITIZEN 3 THE HOME THE HOMESPUN FAIR PRIZES Tim Ioine piin Fair hold in eon t noel ion with Iho Cominoiicttinnnt ex nriiniH of Boron Collogn was tlio bent ono yet Moro ontrios wore llonlltl I ho work displayed was gruniur in variety nnd bettor in workmanship than over before Tlio following in tho lifit of Iho prim rftt winnersIFoinospuii IFoinospuii Covnilids irHl pri7o c Mm Mary Anilc > rHoiiTynur Kyjsoo f owl Mrs I A Ambrose Conkliug I Conklingr r Ovvnloy county Ky I lonuspuafahlo aprenI c first prize Miss Nnnniu Anglin Huron Ky nee ond Mrs Mary Anderson rynor Kyl Linney cotton and wool find Mm Lucy WilKon Orwn Hall Ownloy I county second Mm I A Ambrose Conkliug Ky Homespun Ail wool Blanket first Mm Isabella Ambrose Colliding Ky second W Tread way Vincent Ky Ilomoftpim Blanket cotton and wool find Mm I Ambrose Hocond N1nmdWnql N1nmdWnqFigunsl l Figured Linen first Mm Lotlio I Ilolbrook OriMMi Hall Itysocorid nonn 110110I Linen first noun second I Mrs Lucy Wilson Hug Carpe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

r i rI a QE s ILr O r t tROBBED OF HIS BRAINS f The Mill ConffMnfon at One Itolnrd MMU a to Wlmt WhlnUy Had Dunr for Him Out In that one miracle of history the prtnt Windy City by the un f tultcil seas there lives u man who could n tale unfold of the wood of f trullg drink L A few years ago thIs man whose name for tenderness hake shall be I left for you to guess was n prince In j tie Industrial world 11k was worth his hundreds of thou Bands The lord he VJIR of a beautiful happy home A lovely wife confided in him nnd was proud of him bright cytd ehlldrrn met him when he came home at night innuinernblc friends re i joil tel In his prosperity The old adage that America IK the land of opportunity was mightily c corroborated by this mans case llrpinniiif with the slenderest of > menus relying mainly IIJHJII his own pluck and gumption the man we speak of soon forged to tin front In splendid style11hile While still a young man he found him elf at the head of u splendid bust ness Twehe h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

WHAT IS SUCCESS what II CSIth winning of much KOlllT honestynut nut he who alrhlna nUer higher things nits poor may fQUnlly succeiitul be What It tucccm the winning of a name nameIt Tel he max be successful who U true Although he pals from earth to be forgot What It success thl whining of greet power It may br It while great power one doth seek y7J lie null rmpftcts the rights of other men I And tramitlcs not UIKIII the low and weak What la success T Not wealth nor fame norpower Hut purity of heart and love and truth And honest work well done for God and Jan Huccoi like Ibis be yours ambitious S south Mary M furrier In hams Horn I At the Liizartd I Cotillion By NHUUIH CRAVEY GIUIiMORH Cap 1ph4 im kj Doll lior rub o t Ill crowded corridor uirliiro and Till of the lo > il Iolnclauu Itrrnruted a ncrnc tcurcvly to he allr pnmrd anywhere for wealth nnd kplcu dor There wnfc the usual Hash nail uirkl < > of Jewel the magnificent dill pinyof continue beautiful women lin re of IIOMI...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

IIJ THE CITIZEN I Ill I People Who Live In Air Castles t A Novel and Brilliant Presentation I of an Old Theme iii iii III iii l By WILLIAM GEORGE JOR7JAV i From Th Power of Truth Published by Brcnttnoa i IVIXO in an air castle Is about as profitable as owning a half in terest In a rainbow It Is no more nourishing than n dinner of twelve courses eaten In a dream Air castles are built of golden moments of time and their only value Is In the raw material thus rendered valueless valuelessThe t The atmosphere of air castles in hears and stupefyl = s with iJo Incense of vague hopes and phantom ideals In them man lulls himself into dreaming Inactivity with the songs of the mighty deeds he Is going to do the great In lluence he some day will have the vast wealth that will be his some time somehow somewhere in the rosy sun < 4lit days of the future The architec tural error about air castles Is that the owner builds them downward from their glided turrets in the clouds in t stead of upward...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

WHAT IS SUCCESS what It iitcccii the winning of much sell t hOMltyIIl1t Iliil he who atrlvlnic after higher things V Dies poor may equally lucctiiful be What It IIICCCRI the winning of a name ipotYet Yet he may be aucceuful who la true Although he pan from earth to be forgot What II iuccci8 the winning of ertdt power It may be If while great power one doth reek Ho still reipccta the right of other men And trnmplei not upon the low and weak What U lucceii Not wealth nor famo nor power Hut purity of heart and love and truth An < l honest work well don for God and man HucetJi like this be your ambitious joulhl lury M Currier In Mums Horn At the Lizard Cotillion s By NEUUIH CRflVHY GIUUMORH e OpjrttM set b Dnr awry rub Co I Illi crowded corridor pnrlors and T veramlus of the Itoyal Iolncinnn presented a rccne scarcely to be aur pnmednnywhere for wealth and k > lcn dor There wna the usual flash nnd uparkle of Jewels the magnificent dis play of coktumei beautiful women bare of ho om...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 June 1903

I THE CITIZEN I t LOCAL AND PERSONAL Arthur Yocum returned home Fri day from Lexington d Miss Lizzie Sexton is slowly im proving after n serious illness 1bliss Lily Lotion n teachei at Lon ° t don Ky is here for a two weeks vis r it t Prof Js V Dodge attended a Sun dayschool Institute at Kirksvillo last Sunday Mrs Agee wife of A 0 Agee died last night at midnight after a very brief illness Thoodor Wesley late druggist for q S E Welch Jr died at Stanford after a brief illness t As we go to press it is thought that the condition of Mrs Cornelius wife improveI ed t edA tA party of ten young people from Berea mado a trip to the Sinks and Riies beyond Kerby Knob on Tues day dayRer I Hey A P Smith and wife returned yesterday to their home at Somerset i after a weeks visit with friends in r Berea BereaRev 4Rev M K Pasco had the first new potatoes from his own garden on his table two wooka ago yesterday Who can beat that t Little Walter Boggs aged 7 return ed Tuesday after a year in the Ken...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

uIIIJAMES rJAMES JAMES M RACER I Editor and Publisher r1I lWlrfd at IAI Pafon at Btreo 1 W CII second I class 1II011II011tr Beroa Collego THE CITIZEN M An Indepeldat Weekly > Devoted to the Interest of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL I VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE II JT903 One dollar a year 140 62 III HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article 2d Reply to Iliokburn L OTL ThiI the itroml of a icrtci of arUciew R on the mountain region of tie Koutli The Idea of wrllluc thru artiCle was 1IIrIrAt eol to Irrolilviit Friwt bjr the Interview of Htimlor IIUrkLtlni > iilillilir < l In ternpaper III which IK ixiV of the iimiinUIn ie < > Pla us ilwemlfd f nun convict mil having the devil Idra In llitm whrlKiinlJ nrrerlie enillratul Such illtht fag rttiiKiki about the mountain region have IMIMJ toonunmuf on the Ilia of some fIlr acnta tRi nl the od Uvhol ding CM < of the Holitli The truth 11111 the oM tlitomU have be i hated they Ixloognl to a select number...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

The CO horsepower traction engines 1used on western ranches will pull at multaneously 17 14Inch plow plow Ing 40 to CO acres per day er will plow drill and harrow all at one time with properly arranged tools from 35 to 60 acres per day I King Christian of Denmark adopts the plan of reading a different paper each day of the week Thus he says he gets at everybodys Ideas Certain i ly no monarch Is better in touch with 1 his people The king of the Belgians + < m the other hand reads clippings 11m so clever a financier as he la he Is particularly Interested tn all that may bear upon the stock markets ot I the world I IOfficial tests of the new army rifles I wero made at the United States bar f racks Columbus O The rifle Is said t to be greatly superior to the Krag Jorgensen + being lighter having a higher velocity and greater accuracy I It is a magazine gun five cartridges fit carried In a clip An Italian authority finds that when t liens are fed on food containing a large percentage ...

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