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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 July 1903

THE CITIZEN HHHJHHHH IHHH f The Home I JENNIE LBSTBK HILL Editor 101 1111111111111111111111 Howto make Farm Dairy Cheese T L HAKCKKII of Minnesota Uinry School Cimtinuril rum la1 lk1 Regular Gotidn molds nru best but any tin or wooden rocoptaclo will no tr Hwor if mnall holes nro inndu iu it for the whoy to escape Tho cheese Hhonld bo from eight to ton inches in diameter mid about three inches high Sot the box iiKii which the mold into IK placed about threw fowl from a wnll punt or trim on which a slat in nailed under which tho end of the stick in placed Put a circular lain iilmut six Inchon in diamolur ou the mold on thin runt till slick Do not apply full pressure nt unit hut lilt tho pail hang slant half way Inttwoou tho mold and tho end of tho lUck Lot tho rhutwo remain a fow hours in tho press then tnko out and drum To drww a cheiHO find put It in warm water lako a pieco of linen cloth about nix inches wide mad long enough to go around tho cheese and lap over a fow inches Wrap 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. — 23 July 1903

nu THE SCENT OF A ROSE how It Became In thr llnniln of a Ml tie llrl the Inplr ilou for a Remarkable llrfortitMlnii r Clara Dryce and her sweet sunny balred little niece stood before a soli tary white rose blooming In Its Immacu lat glory In tho great conservatory As the tiny fingers were eagerly stretched towards tho prize Clara took Marles hand to hurry the child away for what If she should take it into her head to want the flower The only one left of a host of peerless beauties that had faded and gone Auntie I want booful Cower Just as she expected The blue depths of the baby eyes were growing misty With a sigh and a hasty movement Clara leaned over broke the graceful stalk and placed It In the eager hand At the same moment tho carriage drove up to the door lIrlo will go with me today said Miss Bryce to the nurse who came for her charge l The woman stared for this was a great concession on the part of her r young mistress The servants bow 0 ever had learned to make allowances for...

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

TO HAPPINESS It ilnl 10 far to hnpplnrsi It lyln all around It twinkles In the dewdrop ibrlnic 1llnl8I It sings In all the lirccxn It rlnulci In the rlllii Itt wrttn on arrrn banner that wave from all tho hilt It Iint 10 far to Impplncsn we rob our lives of real Tn find It oer broad oceans ai far at east form writ from all the dear home plucr In sorrow departt dtlWlrlN that Iti dwelling place It ncr In the heart It aint so far to happlnru Its ililnln all alone Its In the lowliest violet tte In the thruiha sonic And hold 111 that find It forever to tobreast Till you sleep and dram forever In the rose of Uodi rest P I Blanton In Atlanta Contlltutlon r The Trouble 4 on the Torolito I BY FRANCIS LYNDE I Coprlibt 1M by KriDelt Jnd j IJ HAPTKIl VII CONTIXIKII There are plenty of Itching trig Rrrflnpers hereabout just now and one of them Is ROlnjr to crook Itself I nine dark night if Wyknmp iloesnt have A upturn of connnon lie II lit What 1o you nuppose hes up to 1I0Wt I made tin sign of u...

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

J THE CITIZEN ch + + + + + + + + + iii h e e The Beauty of i i Ashcroft i AshcroftBy J By MARTHA MCULLOCH e WILLIAMS e t Copyright talc by T C McClur + e + + + + + + + + + + 1 4 + + Ensley was In the middle of presenta lion commonplaces when Bernice Inter I f rupted with Do you care to corn lilY a everlasting gratitude Certainly Only tell inc how he I1 wild lamely taken nil aback She Btnlled at him n faint odd smile more pf eyes thnu mouth as she an shrugw shrugh ty of Asheroft and are captive In ad vance Everybody says that In course J of an liorir and when things become chronic I like to gut them over with Who Is the beauty of AshcroftT 1 Ensley asked with eyes of wide Inno 1cence yet a suppressed inclination to chuckle Hernlee shrugged again You do It very well she said much bet ter than common Still I know you Imow1roe Trove It he said still trying hard i to look puzzled She laughed and asked demurely Is not this Ashcroft village villageXo Xo ho said promptly That Is Jii where y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 July 1903

n n 1 WHEN BtDTIME COMES Just chin Im hftVliiK such good limn I ntvtl IMilltlurr Viili us n > i > a lliliiKx Hprtnd around Uu tuiii ilulm iinJ floor I Wfui Its tlk In hind lit > eofa hack 1 i 0 S blMclw ilurk under thn ntulr r lAuu I wod r nhut ktruiiRf nnlmili IhereI I Mm think 1il go uluintlnc them And Irvlit to 4lfnn my nun I Then uuiim n Plum Itr book und riot lt t > < iltlrnr ion Onuiilf Hit window h y m > crib I eke Itif sky ull red 110lIu hut tirrn Mil 111 off to lid lie nrvrr see ttt llntllm ilnncr Or hear Ilir whtppoursi i llu trvir f J the lucket dart HtrulKM up Hum HlKiiul 11111 llr n Set salt IIt ulnr uye Wink upon tri o y hue 1 t + unittr now why Puyp to him ire lnOtlrar sun llirj Munli Park In Youth Com Vxnl JL AN EFFECTIVE TRICK Inuring Im t lull Aiiiutr I lir lluia iii 1alla > na Much n II tlnuiril Ilirle Ilillirr Chip in leiunrkubly simple hut HlWHJ riirprirtiiir and elTcctlve trick The ierfi > riiier tukea the Klein of a broken clay pipe ill...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 July 1903

I U ITHE CITIZEN 1111 1HH tHH + HIHI + IHHHIH + + + HI 111HHHHH + I L r Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES II + II + + III + + III + + + HIIIHIIIHII + HHIIIH 1Soo President Frosts sermon on pnge throe 4On the first page of this issue Mr x A U Hart advertises some desirable 1 farms for sale 4 TIThe program of tho County Sun 1day school convention is given in full in another column I Mills Emma J Ilangen is teaching tho school at Combs Ky It opened I Itlio r I Monday morning + IBlevins Allen began his school at JBleins on the 13th Ho has 40 1 pupils in attendance Mrs Maggie Elliot Mann and little son Russell are tho guests of Mrs E II Yocum this weak Miss Ida Farris of Williamsburg is a guest this week at tho home of her friend Miss Jennie Hanson Miss Ethel Todd left today for I Bay View Michigan where she will 1 spend the remainder of the summer Mrs J Clark of near Cartersville paid a visit Thursday to her aged parents Mr and Mrs John Kimbrel south of Beret James R...

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

t i II I i 1FI FI JI I 1i 1f Ii I Ii j I l I It r 1 i J I r i I i I I j a i I 4t a n 4L + b + eem hWHHHHHHHWWHKJH f111II JAMES MILTON RACER T Editor and Publisher t Knltrtil at Ike roe osee at Herta Ay at second tlau naUmnlttr MHHKJHH4HMHIHHIH Droka Ida L 404 THE CITiZENr j + III + I11I + + IIII + IIrI I I r Subscribe Today t Circulation 2000 H t II VOL V A Family Pniwr BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY JW 1903 One dollar a year NO6I 1 IDEAS nrrowI A nnw > r 1M a JKMHOIKH nrrow A virtuoim < < ITort may fail hut ro I H vrltioiiN life To romnmiid OIWH spirit I H tin flrnl stop low arli cotiiiiinndiiig UIIDH tlrS tiny A 1111111 tniiHt ho willing to IK mini throiiKli if 110 wIMitN to bo triiMtod IVigglcswurltlTAKE TAKE NOTICE Iromdont preaches OIlCO mom thin Hiimuior next Sunday Aii 2nd morning and flight Road the uutn In Hrrrii Inrtnls in Htiollinr column Rind tilt notice to tllo li > iillcin party in nnutla r column Articlun on Honor of Mountain 1oopln duTmcd tla...

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

f S 1 THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER IN TRIUMPH SHALL WAVE OER THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME Of THE BRAVE Sidney icc lately wrote to the Ion don rimes advocating the adoption In 10 far as It Is possibfo by the Engllsl universities of American methods In the Ripcjntnit > nt of professors In Knpland when there IK a vacancy can illilatCK present themselves backed np t < y recommendations of their friend nnd briefs of their own making hop t IIIR thus to make a favorable Impres tlon In this country professors are railed by the authorities and are not compelled to mlmilt to the bumlllatlni procedure W lle1 obtain In England Ioul Vcmygs ias the unique dls tlnrtlon of being the only man who ever truck thp present king of Eng land It huppiiicd during a debate III the house of lords w men the king then prince nf Wales occupied a seal In front of Lord Wemysf who was peaking with a great deal of anima tion While emphasizing a point he brought 1Is tilt down on top of the princes silk hat wit...

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

fr I 1 THE CITIZEN I tHHHHHHHWHHIHi i j i p I The Home J JBHN1B LESTER HILL Editor II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1IhIt66611hhff6661hlfhhIIASHED I IIIASIIED liriOWK POTATOES ThH Is a nice way to use cold potatoes left from dinner Chop tho potatoes fIfluo then moisten with a littlo cold gravy of nay kind If you hnro no gravy left bring ouo half cup of milk to H boil Place ono level tablespoon i fill of flour in a cup and rub until smooth in an equal amount of water i Pour into tho boiling milk let haila 1few minute and neanon with salt and pepper Moisten your chopped pota i toes with this but do not get too moist Scatter a teasixxmful of bread crumbB in a buttered frying + pan put in tho iwtatonw preying down Rirooth and oven Let tho i l otatcHw fry until brown on tho hot torn then fold like an ouieltit CHKAIIEU POTATOES Cut cold hailed potatoes into limo 11 emits Tut into well buttered frying pan and let remain anti lightly yellowed but not browned Stir to gather in a teacup until smooth 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. — 30 July 1903

nnnnnnnnnuu t KEEP AWAY My boy keep away from temptation It may conquer you ere > 011 tMnK Tin a perilous thins to dally And toy with the demon drink Itnny stronger thnn you hat tarried They were safe and secure they thought Yet they yielded one fatal moment I And wiclcsprcnd ruin was wrought So keep away from temptation TIs your safest plan my dear son Do not sully your IIea fair record Ere your manhoods well begun Ior theres nothing but sorrow follow p In the wake of a mane first drink Do not take the first step It may plunge you Down over perditions brink Charlotte Archer ltaney THE SAD STORY OF DRINK 1S hut n Mitht ll > it HIP IOMIII j lluapllHl IlniiiKlit to the llKht I 1That telephone bell again just when one was getting to bed at two a m after having been out toa bad ease and fafter looking forward to a good rest Hallo Yes Youre wanted sir All right I am coming and so has tily slipping on ones clothes again it did not take long to get down There In the great empty hall ...

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

HEROES AND HEROES yf Rive unllnted prntre to the man manr eat the man who struggles unfllnvhlncly Anim the current of drMlny had hears the storm of adversity We pin unnoticed Weve pUudlti and lean for him who falls Uornc down In the hock ot strife But a word of cheer we neglect to my I To him who plods on hit dreary way And rights la silence from day to wayI The unseen battle of life tTlrrel courts 1 grant required to face Orlm death on the gory Meld There also courage required to meet Llfei burden and lorrow to brave defeat To strive with evil and not retreat To suffer and not to yield ama movement are then In every life When the spirit longs for rest When the heart II titled with a bleak de tpalr When the weight of trouble remorse and care flume really greater than we can bear And death were a welcome guest i But we crush It down and we go our way tsnTo the duties that lie In wait Vrom day to day we renew the fight To ruin the wrong and to reek the right S Va climb at last to the ...

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

THE CITIZEN I TWO IN EXILE J BX rara Lindsay Coleman Coj rfcM JIM by T C JfClur The fall rains bad set in and the f mountain town nestled in a basin that oa nil sides was fringed by great bills that pushed against the sky was at its ugliest when Keith came He bad been ordered to this partlcu lar spot by his physician and had been fortunate enough to secure the classes in English at the big ugly red brick schoolhouse proudly spoken of as the college by the townspeople In the first days of his coming tired out by the unaccustomed restraint of tho schoolroom and the monotonous drip of the ralu on the roof ha more than once flung his things together de termined to risk everything and return to his chosen work and to hti world lint his doctors threat that vague and awful threat of what might befall held himAnd And suddenly the Indian summer S had slipped down on the gorgeous woods and filled them with poetry and t glamour and languorous joy It was 0 late afternoon and a womans voice gent...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 July 1903

Dot Y TAKES TEA Ulin dully ills down to the table r And tvrjtliliiKa randy you fei WIll ttitikUt avid witter for Mnbvl AlaI Miler mil fooklis for HIP Wr nlliirr KIU etinttrr with dolly Aid uflrr livr ire from u ipooti Ainl i urn our meul II IIU jolly II luau ihrouiih the whole utuinuuu Jill ttbUii jumps up In a burry Ana Muy Ihul the really hoot KU 1111 I ru > Oli truly Im lorry And dully tnjuypj it I know Then Kft > l we clear oft till table Wlirn dolly hut llnlnhnl her 11 Vllli iHtiklfinnU wntrr for Mal rl ALB ester end cookies for nee AJl ert IMnlow Iulnr In HI Mcliolm If r h PLEASURE OF CANOEING rr CI lftrr In biilliMr Wnlrr Iye ol lUr l rllulil > uf IM Inroliipur ublr > wuuer sport Many L buys aciiialntauce wltb ca IIOCH liui begun with a dugout a jolly alit Joe ucitllng the skill of a bl ryilti rldlr to keep It right Hldo tii AlatnungJy utmtcady It had tho virtue of never Kluklng and always promptly righting Itself after upsetting the occu pant On uinny of the nort...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 July 1903

L THE CITIZEN I 11111111 1 III 11 I I 11 IN 11 I II I I H IFI I HI Berea and Vicinityi IGATH1IUD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I I II I I I 1 II J I J II I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 r See Berets InriUtion on Page 6 Little Ida Morgan ia slowly improv ing Mrs J M Hart U Tory sick at her home on Center Street + R F Truett formerly of this place ia practicing dentistry at Valley View Misa Gertrude BIcBain ia sick at the Hospital this week with typhoid fever 4Rev H J Derthiok made a busi ness trip to Lexington las week Mrs Mary Eatill of Richmond visited her daughter Mrs R B Doe the first of the week Last Sunday Mrs Narcia Rhod es went to Cincinnati for a two weeks 1 visit with friends and relatives there Wm Toomey an employe of the Printing office left Saturday night i for a months vacation at Canton O Miss Ella Lake is teaching tile Walnut Grove school adjoining Scaf e fold Cane district Mrs H M Jones spent the last of the week with Prof Jones at Canton OhioMr and Mrs Isaac Todd north of town ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1903

I V 1HlHlMlllllM 111M1H I JAMES MILTON RACER i r Itflttr and POllsher 7m M d at Iki fo + ofiei at Btnu Ay M MMMK 4leer eau u4W f 111111 1111 111111 Brooks Ida L 401 r 1 THE CITIZEN IVOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 1 THURSDAY AUGSUT U 1903 One dollar a year NO1II JTAKE NOTICE Let ua call your attention to page 4 etto in Teachers Viito the splendid bargain a r Bible offered by the CITIZEN Tho news of Berea and vicinity will be found thin week and hereafter on t page all t A special missionary program will bo renoerod at the Baptist church to night Come I Hov Howard Murray Jones will I preach at tho Union church on Sun day morning Our Great Offer giving a daily I and two weekly newspapers for all i months for ono half the price of the ItdaU will bo withdrawn August 31at See particulara in other column l FROM THE WIDE WORLD aA law ia proposed to make voting compulsory Canada 1complillOr11n q It Is now reported that Russia will attempt to hold foreigner out of Manchuri...

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

I AUGUST I SMTWTFS ii 23456781 91011121314151 16 17 18 IS 20 21 22 23 24 25 26272829 3031 cmnesr firemen seem to be Immune to the fierce heat of the fireroom on ocean Ktcamen and can stand up to temperatures that would speedily pros trate white men There are over GO j lines of European steamers trading with to far west Out of this largo number only three of them have Euro pan firemen and these have to have coolies to assist them A Ecnsnthma price was obtained for homo rare old Hpoonc today when at an auction sale 13 sliver Kpoons with figures cf Christ and the 12 apostles upon them brought 24500 being bid up from 2500 The purchaser Is a dealer In antiquities The spoons aro dated 153C and are the earliest com plete set known Apostle spoons of the dates of HOO and 1C50 have here tofore Bold for from S50 to 100 each Vlllard Fiske professor of Scandina vian languages and literature at Cor nell university after 50 years of fruit less search for a lost manuscript has gone to Kuroie to con...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1903

I THE CITIZEN u jHHH + HHHHIHIHHH I The Home f1 JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor HWHHHIHHMIHHI WE SHOULD SMILE makingS S life worth while That cortr the IrAlI tint duce the mot li lUll a pkuesd smile The mlle Hut liiMilfi from Iliu hart 1 tat lore tA Kllow men VlllilrlTBHwijr lln cloud of gloom nml com the HIU Rohm ilii full nf MortliHtiitKooilncM wllh manly klnducm blunt Its worth n million Julian It ilinsut rout it rent There II no room for ulurl wlien we rn + a rhery amIle II slwsya her the None gums lookIn ncrrr out nf style It iicrrrn in on la try IIgllln when failure sutra U + blue Hticb dlni > lti of cncoiinigrmitil 1m rood for rue and you 80 smile away folkinniltritMid wli tl > y a imllu In heath 1 Iti worth a million dollar tint It doom volt a rent 1 lA JllN4 Oil VjwUfMN COHN nRIDDIU OAKKS Materials 0 can of uncooked corn 1 cupful of milk 1 cupful of Hour 1 lnlUv oonfiil of Jmking powder 1 teaflpoonfiil of molted butler I t < nnKHiful of Ball 2 eggs Dirvotions Onto limn c...

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

oon t1s Go The saloon must 10 With Its crime and woe And all of its evils that burden us no The careless church member memberho Who falls to remember That duty should spur htm lo muster the toe V foeHL Ills actions say not Hut yet It will go The saloon must so Though the drunkard rays no lor blear eyed and wretched he liiifjs Ills wtfrjt foe While for a short season tiered of his reaton The poor hardened winner his wild oats will now Hut oh the sad reaping The wnlllne the weeping The saloon must so Though drunkards ny no The saloon must go Though brewers say no Ior profits unrighteous from Deer barren now They find their chief pleasure In heaping up treasure Thats wrung from hearts broken with liar row nnil woe Thoueh the brewers say no The saloon must go The saloon must go Though the barkeepers say no While each year more hardened and shame ful they grow They ruin the lives Of the children and wives They cause all the sorrow the hunger und woe That evermore come To the victims of r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1903

0 WHEN BABV WRITES A LETTER peen bUT writes a lettrr to her Daddy far away r occasion1 molt Imvertant for she has to much to laY Bh ells up to the table ai grownup folks all do And then a pile of paper all around her we inuit strew With Urandroaa golden prelacies safe perched upon her note she dips her > rn Into the Ink then straight to work she goes And the onslaught fierce that follows would tilt > ou with dismay When baby writes a Utter to her Daddy faraway Baby rends her love to Daddy and hopes that he Is well 4 the lenience 1111 by lint Indltesher methods I mint tell For the sweet and simple mage that expresses liabys love It a dot and dash and big Ink plash below and just above She perforate the paper with many tiny pricks And plays a tattoo ou hr chair with sundry dry little kicks Ard all the floor Is scattered oer with frag ments of the fray To tell us Ilabya writing to her Daddy tu sway The letter ts a long otto for scores of ah11 are used And every one bears witness ...

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

THE CITIZEN H It 111111111 + 1 H 1 I IIIIIIHIIIIIII + IIIIIH + IIIH l Berea and Vicinity I y I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES j IIIIIIttIIIII 1 II S fI IS lhJ + 1 It 1 P M Lutes of Van Alstyno Tox is visitiug his sister MrsLC DuncAn Rev And Mrs II DL Jones retur od from their northern trip Monday Miss Allie Fowler visited her par cuts at Livingston last week Mrs L V Dodge is sick at hor home this week though the illness is not considered serious Mrs Mary Moss of Richmond is spending a week in Boron with her mother Mrs Doty Miss Maggie Wallace returned Friday from an extended visit with friends at Livingston Ky Oscar Preston returned from Lon don Ky whore he had been helpiu out in the Echo olfice for two weeks Charley Reynolds our genial night agent left yesterday with his wife for a two weeks vacation at Niagara Falls and other points Mrs J II Harrison of Kansas City Kan and her two children arrived on Tuesday to make a isit of several weeks with her sister Mrs L V Dodge The whi...

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