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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

4y T r s r r plMllchnls omCox 3 I THE CITIZEN THE HOME ONIONS Onions lira a very wholoaomn vego table which ought to bo onion freely throng tho spring and early sum ninr They would bo much more I IKipulnr wero it not for thoir strong I odor A cup of vinegar on the ntovo while they aro cooking will keep thorn from scenting up tho how o HO badly but to BOIIJO tho smell of the boiling I vinegar is an bad BH tho onion scent You will shod fewer tears over tho operation of peeling onions if you keep them under water while doing I it Onions served nliced with vinegar Hhruld first ham boiling water pour od over the slices then be allowed to sliiud in cold Halt water for n low moment before putting on tho vine gar MOILED ONIONS After pooling and washing cover I with boiling Halted water and cook for five minute Drain off water and covor again with trailing salted water Cook for lire minutes and drain again if you wish lens of the strong taste After the last draining cover with boiling naltod...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

l r d 1 1 IL l ANCIENTSr rw t ijl t I znor iBlrniprrnncr as Told k I I i rumba unit Papyri of Rgrpl i In Ihnlrtra 1 Then Ib soiiifthluj startling in the C t rtvtlutloiis from the tomb and papyi hisi i tort social life unil thought of a lea pic who lived 5000 years ago T Egypt was a land of banqueting c and the celebration of fend days am religious rites and wicrllkrx Win i and bier were the drink ottering made to the gods Those with great e quantities of provisions were brought fto the temples ou feast days andlaii on the attars It was supposed tint I the gods and the spirits of departed ones came back und partook of the essence of the foods after which it a was distributed to the priests at Undants and temple worshipers It itltIs mentioned thaI on one occasion 10 000 jugs of beer and 5000 vases ol vine were offered up to the gods Thii pros all drank by the priests andwor I Bhlpcrs and the intoxication which followed is mentioned casually as a n common event On another occasion a ki...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

The Trouble on the Torolito BY FRANCIS LYNDE Copjrtjbl IJM t > r rruelt Lnd J 1 ciiArriiii i ANC1UH TUB K1H8T It was a crystalline evening of a Sort iinpaintnblc In any poor word pigment of mine an evening vibrant with the hariuonlis of the altitudes unspeakable for me and altogether indescrlbnbln to any who hate never looked upon the soulquelling glories of n Colorado mountain HUH art Mnciheron had propped me with two bearskins and a spare poncho on the squared log which nerved as a dnorHtone for the ranch rouse and had given me the fieldKins wherewith to aniline myself It wan my first Mane gllmpsi of the ulicl toed upland valley watered by the Torolito Three days before when MacphcrMon had brought me up from Fort Cowan swathed In blankets and ladled lengthwise on his buckboard I hail been too ill to know or carts greatly shut the whence or whither It wan n stockman paradise the 1i ark Ilkr little valley shut In by lofty inountaliiH and from the braving swell crested by the ranc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

A I 1pi THE CITIZEN a 1 J The Courage to face Ingratitude People Who Look at Gratitude al a Protective Tariff on Virtue M a i7Jy WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN from The Power of Truth Published by Brenlno tfrom XGIIATITUDE the most popular sin of liunnuiltv Is forgetfulness II Ir the heart It In the revolatloi of the emptiness of pretended loy nlty The individual who possess j ps it finds It the shortest cut to all the other vices i Ingratitude Is a crime more desplca ble than revenge which Is only return ins evil for evil while Ingratitude re turns evil for good People who an ungrateful rarely forgive you If you I do them a good turn Their ilcro Keopic hearts resent the humiliation ol having been helped by a superior and this rankling feeling filtering through their potty natures often ends In hate a and treachery Gratitude Is thankfulness expressed g In action It Is the instinctive radia J z lion of Justice giving new life and en orgy to the Individual from whom It emanates It Is the heart...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

J Ia THE HILL OF CELLAR pOOR I know a hill not far away Wham children always love to play t The hill li MraUlit and smooth arid low Tor lllllt folks tli better so The eoiuUni there U very nlcn Without tlio cold of mow and Ice You slide In summer fall vr i > rtnir Hut need not bother sleds to brine I It U the as fest hill Ive found Komctlmes you tumble to the ground Hut tin not far you havo to fall And would not hurt a child at all lla very near your home and to Tour tuothf rll always let you go For than she knows youre right near by And abs can hear you It you cry Bo up you scramble down you tilde And oh you have a jolly ride You always want to play come inore Upon the hill of Cellar Doorl WunhlriLlon Htar TRUST WELL FOUNDED lory Which flbuvra That Thor W liD Htly UM rruvldrnrr Are Nrvvr UIIpul led Lotilwi M Alvott tells the follow Ing utiiry of her Ulndlicartid and be > licvolcnt parents Oiii xnowy Suturdny night when our wood wan very low a poor child came to beg a little an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1903

r 1 l pM to 111THE CITIZENa f LOCAL AND PERSONAL The condition of Mrs P Cornelius I A shows littlo change from last week Mrs Beauchamp ot Lexington I was tho guest of Mrs Frost on Tues I tiny tinyProf x Prof H M Jones leaves this week to preach in various churches in the F North NorthMiss Miss Anna Hanson wont this week to Cincinnati 0 to enter upon an I art course at the Cincinnati Art School Mrs Henrietta Calvin a former pupil of Mrs Jones is visiting her She is librarian of the Kansas Agri cultural College Colleger is spending the summer at tho home of her daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs S S Begga in Ashland Ills Three gentlemen were surprised recently at seeing a blackbird pursue capture kill and eat the brains of an English sparrow a j A very pleasant time was spent Tuesday night by those who attended the Christian Endeavor social at the Parish House Stereopticon at the Parish House 730 P M Sunday by Dr Burgess Subject The Man Christ Jesus ComeMrs Mrs T J Osborne who is suffer...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 June 1903

HHIHI1IIHHIIIHIH + + + IH JAMES MILTON IiaherB < rthday Number I Mtrtd at Editor JU Potofct etoM sad mattwaiter at Btrea a RACERT H E CITiZEN Circulation 2000 > w Y r Hr II + H + HI H H I H H 1111 r > Il + VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 25 1903 One dollar a year NO1 I IDEAS IEnvy of oihenT gocd poisons our ownThe The mind ia trained for high action by the discharge of humblo duties How many men we meet who might be something and how few who areltII Man makes hid condition as good aa it IN l > y always trying to make It letler than it 5s WHKIMMWURTII TAKE NOTICE The notices given for opening or the fall term of Boron College have been incorrect Full Term open September 10 The story Tea TROUBLE ON TIIF TONOUTO in one of thrilling intercut The opening chnplor appeared in IlUIt r weeks CITIZEN If you have not boo W gun this great story do no at onco i A card to us will bring you another copy if you have tuinlaid your own paper The entire add...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 June 1903

The coal bill of the royal navy Is 10000000 a year Experiments are now making with coal which has been immersed In water The results show that it has higher evaporative quail ties and longer endurance than coal fresh from the pits mouth The ex periments owe their origin to an accl Ieerltrvo experts believe that the ro suit of these experiments may in volve a revolution In coaling stations abroad iOwing to the failure of the fishery catch on the coast of Norway the price of the best cod liver oil has risen enor mously Eight gallons now cost 25 shillings A year ago the same quanti ty could hare been bought for five shil lings or less It Is stated that several London hospitals now decline to sup ply their patients with the genuine article and It Is rumored that info nor substitutes such as shark oil aro 1 employed New Haven bids fair to be a hat less town because of a new Yale fad Hundreds of students are going about without hats The students have set tho fad but it Is spreading to all...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 June 1903

ITHE CITIZEN I I111IIIIHIIIIIII 1 The Home II JENNIU LESTER HILL Editor b HMHMM HMMMMM SEEING THINGS ° liT UNCIK TIIKOIHUIB It do bent nil tai1 the philoso pher how ninny men anwimmim go liliuil nil lliolr tlajsT Seems as if they wiz born blind iiko kittens Only aich folks never git their eyes open Sure thoyvo got eyes tor Ki round hut HOtnelxxlyn allua got tor lend uiu nn dhow em things Many latin fljed kited nn many lads noon lithium lUhh hut only ono Ben Franklin seen anything morn n that an what wonders has come from hid oyes rein I toll yo what when n lad gill real eosin 068 it means a heap ter the world an ter tho folks what cant IWO fer Iliolniolvofl IliolniolvoflHow How in it then says I that noino kin sw j an others HvenothiiiKT Well I reckon answered the phil osopher somas born ter see mimes trained that way an aoiuo Kit wak ed up by their teachers Thorns A hull lot in gittiu waked up When all knell ouch gild inter a young fellern mind an opens hid eyed ter the uieanin o 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. — 25 June 1903

r ttlements and the Workingman I By ROBERT HUNTER Held Worker Inivcrtlljr Settlement New Voik Every Settlement house represents to anum bcr of leaders of opinion among employers and among the employed a neutral territory where they may have personal intercourse and amicable confer ence across class lines Anyone who has ever looked into a dispute be tween capital and labor will be strongly impressed with the fact that a large share of the difficulty lies in pure prejudice in personal and class misunder standing Hence it will easily be seen that at this point the Settlement j is rendering a profound public service The greatest result thus far achieved in the career of all the Set tlements is found in their reflex influence upon their residents their oc casional volunteer workers upon special friends and supporters and upon thoughtful people throughout the community An increasing number of young men and women after a period of Settlement work and residence in the poorer quarters 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. — 25 June 1903

OLD AND NEW a 0 for the old tlmeil We stretch across th ° aF dlstanci Lager yfirnln hands hot with hi hearts lire 0 v nlihed duyit How fair ye are with iolor lllxtd with Imagination and desire O for the oUI friend I Their fault are all forgotten From the far put their glances woo u ° bright At the fixed atari that mock our asplra r 110tlona 1t I t Set In the purple palpitating night It Ours are the new tlmea like feuds meet for the towing Let the hand bo bury icatKrlnR precloui aced In thrlr bosom lloi all that the soul reo qulreth hone upon by UoJ and quickened to our nod Ours are the new friend children of the theFather Let u ° love them truly for the old frIend sake Lay up while we may treasures of affec tlon It the hungry heart with vain lancing break Mary V tutu In flood housekeeping r The Trouble t on the Torolito BY FRANCIS XYNDK OopjlUbl UM br rnneU LjndJ Cii4u ruin IICOXTIMTI I Hack yonder In tin Tennessee hills wher I come Com he sold thiT tuna wtinst n feller fom the nort...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 June 1903

II THE CITIZEN m I + H + H I I I I I H I lIH + HJHHHHHHKJf tHIH FIFTY YEARS E 1 Father Rogers speaks at the soth Anniversary of the Berea Church 1 H + 1H t + H t 1Hz H HIIHH + I + H + H + HIIHI Tho visit of Dr and Mrs Roger was the groat feature of Commence t mont thin year In spite of time and hardships both of them appeared vigorous and full of life In Inc they wore among the youngest peopl 4 to be soon The greetings of thei old students were very delightful and it is n good thing to have tin veterans take a holiday and tell the r t early experiences We have still to I publish much important matter that was brought out on this great occasion but we give our readers this week the j principal thoughts in Bro Rogers address THE ADDRESS I am glad that the day when we come together tc consider the history of this Church is Pentecost the birth day of the Christian Church of the world Rejoicing in this glorious gift of the Holy Spirit we shall be it less danger of any selfish narrow ness...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 June 1903

GRANDMAS DERRY PIE lI like to co to drnndmas when vacation 1 t I days come round She lets me play In thtt day and roll upon I nrounl1I J I Bliea Rood to little boys like me and elves em lots to tat And says she doesnt mind It It a fellows loath In sweet Her thinK lire nlwayn homemade and I theyre better than you buy You ought to taste for Instance some of ClranJinas berry pit SIH keen It In the pantry way up on the second shelf And when youre good the tells you you can go and help yourself I I climb up on the burrel and cut a great big slice 111I the red Juice costs ut rnyt doesnt It look nice J try to mind my ps and as an Grandma nays I should If your reward Is berry pie It pays you to be good Pom days I KO Rnshln In MacMurrys pool for pJill And < lrandn5wHsmy dinner tall with things she tinowi I like 1 bait my hook and throw It In and watch till by and by 1J seem to grow real hungry for a piece of 1 berry pie And as I lilt upon the bank and wait and watt and wait I wonder If th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 June 1903

J UTHE CITIZEN I jI + HI + HtttII + HItt + HIIHI + HHHI 31r I I IrI 11 + r + 11111111111111 + r 1111111 + 111 + 111III + + II Interesting Bits of News Neighborhood Happenings I + i No cortrerondenoe published unlrti itfneJ In full by the writer The name GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I + Is not for publication but ai an evltlenre of tooJ faith Write plainly + 1 j 111111 I I I + 1t r t r rI Ir r t r 11111111111111111 Miss Florence Smith is sick this J week at tho Model Cottage Carl Hunt returned Monday from a visit to relatives and friends in Fleming county Mrs W H Porter nnd children left Monday night for a threo weeks visit with her parents at Salem Ky Mrs Nettie Burdotlo Mann cam e Saturday for a visit at the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs Josiah Burdotte BurdotteCh1ster Chester Erwin receive a telegram Tuesday calling him to the bedside of his sick mother at his home in I Princeton Ky J Rev II J Derthick has returned Itrein the center of the feud district at Jackson Breathitt...

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 July 1903

i HIHHHIHHHHHHIHK5 j + + j JAMES MILTON RACERJ ji July 4th Number i Editor > nd RACERT H E C I T IN I > Cftlnvrf at tto Poftojb clan teen at tttnln lima Ay at itcmd 1 INH 2000 j 1H + II + H + II + 1 I + HHI + IH H + II eLl VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 2 1903 Ono dollar a rear NO2 IDEAS Work alone gives vnluo to rout The bravo man is notafruiilof being called n coward 1A hand hand may go with a tender heart RAMS lions Kicking in the church cornea very near to cursing tho Christ TAKE NOTICE The notice given for opening of the fall term of heron Collpgti have been iueorroct Fall Tern OPOIIH Heptonihor lit FROM THE WIDE WORLD Four violent enrthqiuko shocks at I Erlau Hungary did considerable damage It la believed that tho cold atandard IIwill bo adopted by Mexico not Inter tIItban January 1 next Tho KSiiKfl of Italy and Rounmnia and Irwwleut Loubttt of France Kent v congratulations to King Iolor of Sor tiaFlann Plan have boon arrange for a ship ...

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 July 1903

I F IVB c r six years ago when the rnlninnklii7 ex periii sits were being coiuluctecl first at Wash ington afterward in Tex as my college chum ant 1 1 became greatly inter ested in the subject We were then sopho mores at 15 Elementary chemistry was our regu lar course of study that year and we spent most of f the spring term experimenting on our own account andI exploding n vast i number of gas balloon The spring term closed on June 50 I and all the boys went home except my chum Innits and myself who in consequence of pending so much t lime experimenting had been con ditioned and had a weeks hard work I 1n make up in our GreekI Rather than have it hanging over us all summer and Into the next year we agreed to do it at once and have done with it Iermhtlon was accorded 1o us to go on living in our rooms nt the hall and the resident profes cor in Greek consented to give us an extra examination It was dreadfully hot during the last four days ot June but we toiled away with Greek grammar...

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 July 1903

rraIhnPq assns Y t i THE CITIZEN H + sst saais + saasaaaaasa 1i The Home I o o JBMIUB LB3TBI SILL Editor lHHIHHIHHlHHH lHHIHHIHHlHHHCOTTAGE COTTAGE CHEESE To maku good cottage choose th e y milk should not be allowed to become too sour but should bo used when it Ont bucomoa thick Heat tho milk ka iu the pau or crock in which it soured so u not to break the curd by touring from ODD vowel to another To BUt the vowel continuing tho milk in n pan of hot water or iu a rather cool oven is a better way of heating than to set it directly upon the top of the store By placing upon the top of tho stove the bottom of the milk become too hotbeforo tho top Sa healed at all Tho milk should be heated to 100 degrees if you havo a thermometer to teat it or to a very little more than I blood heat if you must judgo by the feelWhen When it lien boon heatod enough pour into a traiuor made of thin cloth Iud drain oft all tho whey Turn into a dish and Reason with Halt tu and a little pepper if liked Stir 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 July 1903

HE 4UT7 VACATE I I Juilge > elviiioJtcftocs to IJt1O Item Uurinjr tSpuciVl Toriu c itassinatior of Ojckrell > and Cox Burning of EWens Hotel and Other Arson Cases and AttemptvBrilj cry Will Bo Investigated Jackson Ky June 30fuqltleral > lti surprise was created MoiulnyM y > < vatt announcement from Circuit Judge Ref vine that ho will not vacate the bencli dining the special term of roiijrt ijallcil for next weak The npecltl tprrn was called In order that aI ical Brand Jury might InvoHtlpnte the aSsassltm tlon of JIni Cockrcll andjlg Cox mem bers of tlio Cock roll faction who wera nsafslnated prior to the killing of Mnrcnni Dry Cox was killed In April 130 and Com 1I In July of the same yenij The assassin 911 Jojckrell fired the shot from a room In the court holme while Dr Cox was killed as ho passed a stable owned by Judge liar Sls The burning of H J Evens hotel and other cases of arson and the at tempt to bribe Kwen to perjure him self diirlns the trial of Jett and Wh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 July 1903

WHEN CINOA SWEEPS r I I When Clndn icwi wlililn tlie latrtiS crr I ream I Juit mrllowed l > y a limits at porn lain I t L a hltc1g Ar Illsts lIQUI i IQI 111111101 uriam nightrib rib inctlu with silvery wing come wa vfrlnn In Tlu > onrn dour through which some lat t red roio Vouri fragrance rich mid all It calm and fair Vhil linda atWI I When Clnda lakc what oflori ai from r IIlel i I Of cloye and citron final upon thaalr J And In the puiilryuli what wllclilnc pliM Of cruily toll and frdiUtt tart are I thcrel jA dr Hin of faroff naitrrn light zn d rfarmth In tome ittaiiRe wlie hr niln loj In her f 11 t Bom ubtlr atrnoipliere the kitchen Dili 11Wh Clndu tJaku 11 iitale tale S IcAlmoit more than my 1100 or ptn Cal n I tIL Thf uliiudy nave I pint tiUlpwi Unit do Mil bpt1t my Clltl til pllttiI UUIII IIrd if ifluell I 1oor Cupid drop his urrowa right and Itft I v l Jlitractedly < the Mine lutrt blue ard werpn Am upllitiic flea attriy tndrjhrrryr Whtll iIlJlliU1tw = 114 It VhItiy ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 July 1903

I THE CITIZEN I a s SOUNDS A KEYNOTE President Fords Speech Before Commercial Convention KENTUCKY MUST FORGE TO FRONT Worlds Fair nt St Louis Next Yonr 1snri u Century to Show All the Icuplo of tho Karth What sho Really 1 8 r n During tho recent State Commercial convention held In Louisville one ses eton was devoted exclusively to tho work being dono by tho Kentucky Ex hibit Association for adequate repre sentation of tho state at tho Worlds Fair In St Louis fho speech deliv ered by the President of tho Associa lion Mr A Y Ford managing editor of tho CourierJournal was so full ot eloquent facts so eloquently spoken as Col W C 1 Urecklnrldgo ox pressed it later In tho evening that we have decided to give It to our read ers In part it is as follows The movement fur a creditable rcpreseii Utlou nt Kentucky at the great Worlds Fair which Is to mark the Centenary of the Purchase of the Ix > ulftjni Territory appeal both to business Interest and to patriotic sentiment It appeal to busi...

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