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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 July 1903

A DEVOTED MOTHER It I had n llttie sick dolly 1 know nitre I should do 1 would tend U H It li cure anil five It frtih ulr And KO to the doclora too And then If tliv doctor rtiould hand m tiunic rand pills from the shflf And dolly Kuld Oh I cant take them no I Id swallow Ibm all myself fat you knuxv of cournr I could never UK lurcr Bo Id M allow iktm all mystlf Trr Trn a cnrtful young mother When dollies are > Irk and weak J turbid them to walk I dont let them talk Nor even permit them to iptuk In winter I give them u straw ride Wrll wrapped upli each little elf Altl Miilllin to see with what vigor and vi I u in kli > lriK and singing myself The iiriivlflsli and gaud and vtbn mother hquldto Do the skipping and sinning hiritlf lithclwyn Wctberatd In Youth Com lntilou tarmluaWATCHING WATCHING THE HERRING Tbry Orlnlulr Ire Ile 4urrrrit of Flub In Their lIUHkr sit fold aad Cloudy VVrHllifr 1 hail bun lIthlllg tile herring for nil Lour or inure at they struggled through the sluice l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 July 1903

r THE CITIZEN I j j I J j i Interesting Bits of News V ItInteresting 1 1GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i + x 1 II + II + Miss Graco Clnrk spent the wllk l in Cincinnati Ohio Miss Ruth Todd returned hero from Ohorlin last Thursday Tlio public schools of Boron wil wapnn Monday July 13 at S oclool AM MMiss Miss Clyde Shepherd of CcliunO is spending the weok with her friem Mrs C L Hnnson Mrs C C Rhodes returned Sunday from n two weeks visit with relative s nntl friends at Hamilton Mrs Marsh and two small childrot left Monday for Knoxvillo to join Prof Marsh Thoy will rPinain five weeksWalter Walter Hobo went ostcrday to Peoples Ohio to spend a wools with his brother Dr 01V hobo Mrs S LJIoag Mrs W G Frost and Mrs J J Branaumn wero guests at J C Armstrongs near Kingston y on Friday Helen Kueeland and Fannio Dow den went Monday for a two weeks visit with their friend Nannie flutes near Kingston Mrs GT Spencer is making an extended visit with Mr Sponsors parents at Halloway Hastings cou...

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

l 9iIIIH11H + MHHt11444 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor aad Fvbllsher Mend ol w fttttHet ft Btrta Ay M teeoitd COM at4M coats 11hlhMIFHM1 + r 1F h I I Hike X i a Q9I3orouoUogo Dorculol1cge a THE CITIZEN I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 9 1903 One dollar a Teat NO J I TAKE NOTICE Prof Newlin of North Carolina ia expected to preach at the Union Sundyf The editor of a paper does not arlll1IM with every opinion expressed in hia columns by those who contribute but ho does believe in a free press and free speech For instance we print this week on page six the opinion of Jiiihop Henry M Turner of Georgia on the negro problem yet at the Mme time we do not believe he hoe the correct solution of the question FROM THE WIDE WORLD Thirteen Bulgarian brigands were killed in a fight with Turkiah troops Ottawa Out Canada celebrated her Confederation day Thursday July 2 with more than the usual rejoicings There was an elaborate celebration of the Fourth at San Juan Porto ...

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

L JULY S MTWT F S 1 234 5678 9101I 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER IN TRIUMPH SHALL VAVE OER THE LAND OF THE fREE AND THE HOME or THE IRA VL 1 would not counsel any one + to cat a snail says LleutCol Newnhara Da vis the well known authority on the art of dining The two attempts In the cause of gastronomy that I havo made to swallow the long brown thlngj that one pulls out o fthe steaming shells have been failures They tasted to me like gravel cooked In mock tur tie soup Krnest Lcgouve who recently cele orated his 97th birthday was asked to what ho attributed his long life and ECoil health No cares no ennui no t thats one reason of my good health re piled Hut that Is not enough The body must be kept elas tic and for this reason we must walk s play billiards and above all fence For me fencing Is the Ideal exercise The establishment of a department of humor such as might train young men for afterdinner speaking story telling and cartooni...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 July 1903

btnt 4 as r ny + I I r rrbtnt I at i 4 I THE CITIZEN J c IIIIIHHIIIHI HI The Home k 1 JENNIE LKSTBR KILL Editor HIiI1 IHIIII HIIIH 1 How to make Farm Dairy Chats IT L HAI ± KUH of Minnesota Diary School I t The ordinary process by which our I American chocsu is mado in factories IAmrl is not applicable to farm dairy chneae 4 making because it requires too much I time aud in HO complicated tballl181 quires years of practice to become warylngI I I I conditions iu which milk comes to the vat The various chaiigesjhat take place iu milk nearly all develop iu the milk drawn iu the evening aud kept over until thti following morning So if milk is made into choose lin I modlately after it is drawn no diffi culty will be experienced and by employing a simple and short method 6f manufacture any one at all ac customed to handling milk ran mako uniformly a good chose with tho ap pliaiict found in any well regulated farm homo The boat time to make farm dairy cheese is immodiatoly after milking Fi...

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 July 1903

t II II Iq 1HEr16RA t1 rI t11li I rpfec9 ursi C Rumb I r Gutter TennyMins nusl Sons A far note falls The trumpet calls To tell a listening world Its story i The lonG night breaks and Temperance wakes Sad years with trumpet blasts of glory lllow trumpet blow I List the echoes fall Ing flow trumpet answer echoes calling calling calling O hark 0 hear Ho grand and clear And grander clearer further goIng Ah no uncertalirirote of fear The trumpet blasts of Temperance blow tag JJow with thy tones the roes of God ap palllns plow trumpet answer echoes calling calling calling O Ood they dlt who question why They faint who hear and heed Thee never Gods echoes roll from soul to soul Heecho ever and forever r Jllow trumpet blow utrcati or death fore stalling And ant vcr echoes answer calling call Inp calling Union SlRiial A DOCTORS OPINION Aleohollc nrnlu ns a lrIIIIo Inir mill KiHllnjr fnmr of Dlnrniip and trlmr j hum > TliArlior M B was a prom lowest physician mud surgeon through out the re...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 July 1903

HE CARETH FOR THEE What tan it mean Ii It uht to film That ttr nlgliU art J ebs and the days are dim I Can Hs at touched k7 KrIer I bier Wash a4des the heart and whiten the IuJrt ksr1Aand Aand UU throne are eternal calnn puimeAnd And kiln unruffled by any itrlfe i How can Ho care for tny poor life And yrt I want Him to care for me Plots I live In this world where the aurrowi be Whn the llchti die down on the path I take i i When Mrrngth Ii feeble and friends for sake Wh < n love and mimic that once did bleu Have UK mr to Hence and loticllnon i And Itfe long rlIIIC to ol > blnic iirayrri ret j < ar < t I Oh winilrrftll Mary of deathless love Rs > h child II dMr to that heart above II neht for 101 1 hUll cannot Unlit II > < inurl me In lbe gloom of nlKht Ha lifts the burden for lie U itrurx lie Mill the sigh and nwakcna th IonIC I Tt r Borrow that bowed me down He bur Aid love and pardon because He caret Let all who are sad teka heart asaln W > are not alone It...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 July 1903

j THE CI1IZENI I I MISSOURIS MILLION How It Is to Be Spent at the Worlds Fair 4 EJAI A MAGMFICENF STATE BUILDINO liPiiliiekyOuly Wants OneTenth as Much in Her Daughter to Ad verflse n Wealth of Products und Resources Quite us Ureutt Missouri Is spending one million dollars ui > on tho State exhibit at the Worlds Pair The State Commission well organized Is pushing the work 1lu every department Tho State will r appear at Its best in all the great ex hlblt palaces of the Exposition Since Missouri Is to act as hostess to all states the Commission expects to hate the flues state building ever erected at an exposition It will cost with its furnishing and landscaping i about 250000 The building is over 300 feet long and has a magnificent site on a hill southeast of the United I States Government building Work vas begun on this building early in I May MayThe The collection of exhibits has been in prosrewi some time Specimens of this years crops throughout tho state will be carefully stor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 July 1903

M DAYS AND NIGHTS If rlnyn were only twice ai long TwoulJ te a splendid thinK Cnunf dont you know fore youre quite drimiod The tirtakfait bell will ring Anil then Its time to go to school And thru run home at noon And back to ichuol and four oclock NDFt alwoya coma too noon And tlln you put liruln Iu play And then lt time for tea Rod then In such a little while Voar iKriltlme curries you see II nights wrrr only twice an lone T ouJ tit a splendid thinK lnuar dunt you know when youre tucked up Hoinitlmm your mothrrll sing And lint you lie and wutoli the tun Or inn bo theres a moon And irun you get all fire and warm Anil sleepy prttty noon And then perhaps you shut your type Aid thin your inothrll say lav I a little boy Mho iiifun Tn > In ioN all day 7 IicIitn Uul2ut Y TABBY THE FIREMAN n llollnn Cut Whlrltilruda I Ire and tiJac III l rlrii riil a tlurli Ha n lluf awn Tabby ne the name of a pet rot which Hide to the neiun of a tire on Oliver itrcctliPfclde tilt drllrr of tower Marti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 July 1903

THE CITIZEN + 1 I I I I I HI I I fur I 11 II 1IH I 11 I I 11 HHHMMMMH 1111 f Interesting Bits of News iGATHERED GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES f + L LLLL LLLtLILLLILJLLIfLLLfL 113 I Prof and Mrs S C Mason are spending a few days in the areI Mrs SopbiuBlorgan who has been I visiting her parents in Hamilton 0 returned here Sunday Little Ida Morgan who has been suffering from a severe attack of ty phoid fever is slowly improving Levi Tucker news agent on the Kentucky Central railway was the guest of John Welch Tuesday Miss Louise Yocum left Thursday for a visit at the home of Mies Lucy Vau Horn at Jerseyville Illinois Mr and Mrs S G Hanson are visiting their daughter Mrs Mannie Hanson Jones at Cincinnati this week G D Hollidsy returned Thursday from a very successful trip as travel ing salesman for a Philadelphia house Mrs J S McDowell and son G James of Cincinnati Ohio are here for brief visits Mrs McDowell for a few days her son for two weeks Mrs Mollie McClellan returned Tuesday...

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 July 1903

9I + 1S + + 11111111111111 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Knltrtd at tin 1otloflet at Stria Ay ol evened > tau nailmatter HIHHKHHHIHHIHIW taflatterTHE CITIZEN I 1 VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 16 1903 One dollar a year NO 4 IDEAS The boot way to gut happiness Is to RIVO it Tho leas wo worry the moro we can k do 4 doA pig with his foot in tho trough is tho typo of a greedy olliceseekerWKK1LKHWOHTII WKK1LKHWOHTII Many nwpeclablo people dance but dancing in an amusement which rrqiiireH no education or braiuc and in couulless instances has led young people into Horioitn wrongdoing TAKE NOTICE Proa Front preaches in Ileroa next Sunday morning and night Tho Free Schools aro opening let every child got a chance for educa lionFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD Venezuelan rebels wore defeated by Government troops The Sultan of Turkey negotiating a loan of H 000010 in Franco Pope IN XIII in Hlill alive at Rome though the end in expected at any time ItiUeme...

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 July 1903

Three learned Now Yurk supremo tlcourt justices sitting in appellate term have decided that there are no rules of etiquette that require a man while eating In n socalled quick lunch lostuinnnt to take off Ills overcoat and hat Theo decision was the out come of an appeal from the jtulKniont of the muiilcliial court for 4440 in favor of Lewis Harris who alleped hU overcoat was stolen while eating In a lunchroom The court held that hu had nut used proper care In hanging tip his coat Prospectors the other day discover ed by accident that 10t square mild of the Great Salt Lake has been transformed lormed Into a freshwater lake l > y means of tae great fill which Is a part of the Lucia Cutoff A workman on the cutoff went bathing In the lake and to his surprise discovered that the water which before was briny had lieon transformed Into fresh water He made known his observation to oth er workmen who Investigated and made n trip of five or six miles aloe the shore of the lake Dr howls has...

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 July 1903

THE CITIZEN I HHHHIHIHHIHHHIM I t S The Farm r SILAS CHUKVHH MASON Editor hHHHIHHIIHHHHWH hHHHIHHIIHHHHWHHow How to Improve Mountain Farm > ing tt J Article 2 Crop Rotation Continual from it wrck Take for examplo five fields four of which lire treated on a four year rotation plan and tho filth one allow allowk s time For tho first year field No I is in corn and cow peas aw sown at the last plowing of the corn ant I 1wnilor oats sown iu tho fall Field No 1 is in oats No1 iu cow peas f and > o 1 is kept in clover and grass for three years For tho the third year in lield No 1 tin crimson clover is followed by ryo ryoCi r the fourth year In Held No 1 the rye is followed by peas and corn No 2 ryet t This year field No 4 which has been t ill clover and grass for throe years is put in corn followed by oats t Stone such a plan of crop rotation will enable the farmer after he has once gotten his farm up to a high untie of cultivation to keep it there For the second year in field No 1 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. — 16 July 1903

v The Value of Technical Schools By DR FRANK W GUNSAULUS Ir e dent ol Armour Institute T IS doubtful if cviii the most farsighted of our statesmen have overestimated lie fact that the position of America in the markets of the world is not a mat ter so much ofV11C8t as ofsln Agriculluial America is always likely to dominate over agricultural 1ennanyand Irance and Kngland Xow take these nations in the same or tin and their importance to us a > competi tors for the marketing ofa national product ire first second and third not > o much be I aUt of the relation of either one of them to the harvests from the soil as because of their relation to what may be made bv the investment of educated brains through trained hands which deal with the single fact of iron ore This st > Mars fact called mm ore has been chosen from the company of many fturs not because it is unlike them It is the one upon which the II1rI im artisan is 1111 Ijkrlv to manifest his character I Technical education 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. — 16 July 1903

A HOUSEHOLD HEROINE r Tut 1omnti lirlilncl ilii < prrirrrlnK pot I > miHlnly dnrrvlixT of fiinir the p iol like the limn In hint llic gun Hut > hf p RflllllK there jut the mm The lie to it trying to iii tin or kill Airt gnat li liii thowltiK of Mrvr Hill > rli > alto KOMI to the woman who h uilrit her kill to prrttivr K f > tri1 In willing In drill or mnrch Which ftt tin lirnve oltllfr for itrlfe L uttoukk k And thtn 111 to work with hrr knife Ihe Iru and horn HIM hr Cilia with cart Till tlnxrr nml nninrtrf lire ore Then hllhrr tiul thlthrr In other Unki Shi hurn lilt over tin Moor Eh cullnnll ManIt III the HrliiK line IliHilitdftil of heat and loll All fluihrd li hr fur and her rye are trulnril Ily w trMriK the thlnst thnt t her tall in nlce and iMenenri and itirs mid kliHf TIM wenry In urn bick and feet hot la ily ph 11lldl till liir work II don With IIUor H thought or uilrent 9li ft mrtfully tmlirri the slot > of nwetti Tlml ihr hm p II mlllitij inntlf Aril o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 July 1903

oo ooovooooooo oo REfORMATION AT U BLIZZARD CAMP SBy FRANK H SWEET S o 0 S o CopyrIght lOOt by T C McClure 0 S S ooooooooooooo oooooooooooooHalf Half n dozen uiishaved red nilrteJ I uilners were gathered about the dingy counter of the one store at Hllzzard Iump It was Christmas eve and they 4 wanted something extra for their din ner on the morrow Just to keep them in mind of the day they said Hut I there was llttlo novelty In the forlorn remnant of cany upon the shelves or III till half empty barrels and boxes under the counter and masted In the corners of the room One man found a stray box of sardines and took possession of it with the remark that while it wan not Chrlstuiasy he could have the Rttlsfactlon ot knowing he was eating the only sardines In camp Another drew out a can of lloston baked beans 4 from behind a squadron of tomatoes while a third of a more Investigating mind hunted among the boxes and bar 1rels until he actually discovered a CUD of Cape Cod cranberries This br...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 July 1903

v CASHING THE DISHES Our Potty got i iillnhlnK be the wcuther Hbftt It miiy fiVi Ira t than t1 e and often thrice on cv ry holtiUy ta alwaa ports right after tnruli and UmlrK merrily Hrii hairs And the II he In hr little Suupy Hm nill mlcli the brit pink china cups and liy that they ore trout And wttin abe draM her line gain shell draw rHieiimlnnavii out 01111ht Th plate of rour e are IliiuiiJri eta round Hnd MM > on kuow > Tlt kitchen knlVM are hunKr iharku out N atvIIng for a toe Iel anurrpcn li n poltywoR with handle for a tall Abdrheas h t4oNS Ilw fryingpan how err > like a whale Tbrrfn iiithlnu tell pour out the sea end l > tit th fVtli away AU lilab and drv and ullliiK irf be riuiijbt another day lliiiiimh n Ktrnald In Youth Coin pautu pautuflu mr DS ANI ANIMALS JII the Lu + rl > liiii III ii f June liar lltlp plus lit Tlirlr llnlili IKi Ie ul II height You will recall JHIIICM ltui cll low I ll > tribute lollilif w filch be liu with iLiiK familiar HIIPH And w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 July 1903

y r THE CITIZEN t lIIIll2lIIIlI + + + IHt + I I 1 lltiIItl IH 1 1 aIEIIflllilh fInteresting Bits of Newsi = GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I 1 LLLLt Burt Gabbard has gone to Illinois to work until fall Rev H M Shouse is spending the week at the home of his brother Thomas Watkins although still an invalid is in much bettor health than for a month past Little Myrtle Baker Jackson St who was threatened with an attack of fever is rapidly improving Albert Holliday of Holliday Perry Co is visiting his brother G D Hol liday Jackson Street this weak The little daughter of W H Porter has been quite ill for the past week but is now regaining her usual health A party of young people enjoyed a moonlight hayride around the Little Horn ou Wednesday night of last week Mrs A E Todd who has been spending a year at Fontenelle and Midway Wyoming returned home Saturday Mr and Mrs Braunatnan recently entertained Mr and Mm James Moore Mr and Mrs J C Armstrong and Mrs S L Hoag at dinner Charles Scott ...

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 July 1903

r brVultIaa 1 4 b 1111111111111 1111 II dI1I sI ii1 + IIIIr + ± JAMES Editor MILTON and Publlihcr RACER THE CITIZEN fHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I H E I T IN iBnlirtd i at the Poloffitt clam moL at + Hmo nalftr Ay U Kfomf II INtll Circulation 2000 JHHWHHHHHHHHlH + III + IIHHHII + II + HII r Y l VOL V A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 23 1903 Quo dollar a year NO H IDEAS l Men usually seek a wide reputation rnthnr tlinu a high ono fattlet I 0 t l ltrl but obscurity iH tho parent of groat II HHI Our country ciunot robuku the TurkH until wo suppress mobs and lynchingH nutl assassinations hero TAKE NOTICE President Front will preach again next Sunday morning mid night I The colored school of Borra will opon Monday July 27 nnd tho whltif school a week Inter August 3rd I 4Last week wo added several new features which wo expect to innko por manent Under tho heading An Old Fnvoritf on pago n each week wo will publiih a poem by name famous I author Many of our readers will...

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 July 1903

jesco von luttkamer the 14ycar nhl gramlnephew of Irln e BIsmarck is a press feeder In a job printing establishment In Wllkcslmrrc Pa His aunt Mrs Mary Iloyci with whom be lives Is a scrub woman The boys father Francis von Putt kamrr was an officer In the German cavalry Alxut 2f years ago the boy says he quarreled with Prince Bis march and fled from Germany giving Up home petition and money In New Voik he was at one time a dishwasher Extahn Ortega n hotel proprietor at Bath Urrch IhI the other morning went tot 1e Captains pier which ho owns and ordeied raw clams for breakfast About the seventh clam had passed his mouth wien his teeth rtruck a hard substance Thinking It was a pebble he was about to throw It away but showed It to a friend who advised him to take the stone to a jeweler Ortega did so aiil says a diamond expert told him It was a fine pearl and offered JJ00 for It Ortega refused the offer United States Senator William A Clerk oi Montana Intends to build the lincft house I...

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