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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

I 1THE CITIZEN e i je In chI Harden The rose is mode ot little frills The lily Is a cup And Knllets ore the daffodils From which the tattles sup The daisy Is n daring sun Ho small nnd round nnd sweet Thn sunflower IH a blKKor ono Though never hulf no neat yetn n You really cant deny Till lovely little violet Was once a piece of sky The orchids that I may not touch Am curious like shells The hyacinths remind mo much ot lots of little bells I I In fart through all our garden plot In Mummer tlmo or spring Thems hardly any Dower thats not Just like some other Ihlnir Muricurct fltetle Anderson i I rut Understood Not understood We movo ulong asunder 1Not paths grow wider as tho season creep Along the years wa marvel and we Wonder I der Why life Is lift and then we toll asleep Not understood Not understood We gather false impress shine And hug them closer as the years go by I Till virtue oftvn seems to us trurt nre Mans And thus men rise and fall and live and die Not understood Not underst...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

DRINK AND INSANITY rII i Alutatt lrerl lonnlr otv Itei IIi mare the llrltillml of ChI Korimr j to lip liNllrr The Medical licconlof New York In an editorial summarizes the lads or the flc1 situation oi the drink itrolncm In the lollowlns suggestive manner Almost I AlmostI the drink question The authorities in some lands have become seriously alarmed at the inroads which the un bridled consumption ot alcohol has matc and Is making into the prosper ity health and morals of their people In France the unrestricted sale of alcoholic beverages has already brought forth dire results Prominent French FrenchI I against the drink habit In Russia the excessive drinking among the peas antry has Implied the government to utcp in and take control of the sale of 1 spirituous liquors Although In Amer llea drinking has never been so common 1 nor carried to such extent as In Europe ° yet even here statistics tell us that there thattheri i has been a fred Increase In the con biimptloh ol alcohol Great...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

LOVE 18 LAW tatietiljr In the walll or time Vratrtr rlngt Itl tunic rhyme Uut the human heart doth reel Mart thin wlidora can reveal And the force that barnm rate On proud knowledge dof nt wait tfar throuch all the itorled strife Of the onward iwrep of lift rtiitrti a power that thrill the living throne That move each lout with an undylrg song O harbinger of rare drllchtl deltghtlw In tnalrtal burdened ipucn Never wrt thou given place Yet dOlt thou light east darkened way Thou ioulnam and celestial ray Ituler over good and III HirotiRtr than the strongest will Thou art the lw of love that ever plead o < r higher living and for helpful deeds Song In labyrinthine ways Through the quick recurring day One procession work and wait Jlr life outward swinging gates And wherever smoke ascends Apd wherever faith defend Jr A iplrlt llaine above All the tolllnclt U hovel The love that lives In one who give ILs life to help all humankind Who labor late With purpose great Th ways of hipplnet t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

I < 1 1THE I CITIZEN I tH + l + ll 1 1 11 + 1 1 tf2I 1 IIiI I II1 11II iI > 11 1 IiTF Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES fI + 1 IIIHI tIIIH + HHI fi Mrs L W Johnson Is very sick at her homo on Main Street LMiss Florence L Gentry of Beroa I o 4 is visiting relatives and friends in r Cincinnati this week Mr and Mrs J J Brannaman at r tended the Brodhoad fair two days last week IAlson Baker who is teaching school 4 near Panola this summer was a r Berea visitor Saturday Arthur Hunt went Monday to I t Fleming county where he will visit j friends and relatives for some weeks 0 Mrs S C Lewis who has been beenI J I to be slowly improving Mrs Fish and daughter Addie left I this week for Cincinnati to select their I i I stock of fall millinery I James Perry Bicknell Las placed a fine new veranda on his house the kt Iwork being done by P J Pauley JMr and Mrs E B Wallace spent f I Sunday at Wildie the guests of Flem V Butner G Master Jim Henry Pettus has been 4 l Ii qui...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

l liT JATw do now llabo Raid the animal trainer 8311I rig liliiutll from tho pcriicn tins cinbratx of a great black trunk JUics very playful llnbo U he nUtlid romewlmt trcathleniily which wan natural for ItaLe mid her mute bad I rrn playing bill with htm throw lug him from one to the other and catching him beautifully In a manner rnlcutntcd to Inspire n baseuall router BheB n Rood deal friskier than hash Yen see rhen only half ui old as Iliad who hi CO this year Unix wan latnilng htr foot Just like nn Infant nnd demanding more Play Frank leaky the trainer hunt ltd her on the trunk and said I sites he wont be contented now till Evan Imll around Hcn my fOU you know and ho ran do indre with these two fel IOWH limn I can Ko he tallied forth to And Evan and hH vleltors went with htm cxpertlng to eco n big husky animal tntln > r like liVAN AND HA8IU 1 LH father Hut nil they wiw was a I 5tltow head full of curln peering shyly 1 horn behind a tree and vanishing AI 1 teen UM the strangers...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

THE CITIZEN I If f Eastern Kentucky News 1 I f J 1 Ho correspondence published unlest signed In full by the writer The DAme I it not for publication but as aa evidence of good faith Write plainly f IIIIII1IIIIIIfIIHIIHHTIIIII + IHIIIIIHIIIIIH JACKSON COUNTY McKEE Dr G C Goodman of Welchburg who i i ill the hospital at Louisville being treated writes his friends that i ho is getting along very well Ills doctors think his trouble is intestinal indigestion instead of appendicitis as it has been thought to booHe now thinks that an operation will not bo ueccFsarj Steps are being taken to organize and build n bank at this thisL I tion to the people of the entire county and help to build up our little town An extension of our telephone lino to Beren is greatly needed Plans have been laid to build it but it looks like they are a little slow in develop ingKERBY KERBY KNOB Wo aro having a great deal of sick ness nowJohn Donne who began teaching the town school at McKee McKeet came home last w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1903

+ t H1Ht + + H1 HIt1lt Hf i JAMES MILTON RACER X Editor and Publisher X a tnlend at tkt ftAofM at Arnn Ay at second cl4N MIl UMIIUtr H + IIHIIIl1 Ht HtlH1rJ HtlH1rJTHE CITIZEN Do you realize that these are pros perous times There is work for everybody And tho pay ia good Wo havo good prices for our bark and our ties and our cattle Titnoa will not always bo so good and now is the time to get ahead Let us make good uso of prosperity Value of the Fall TermOpens Sept 16 Thnro is a great increase in tho number of young people who come to Hchool at Berea in the fall term Now what will do you and your family the greatest good Is it not education Have you not long wish ed that you could go to a first clasa school or send your child t This year you can do it God has sent this prosperity on purpose to help you to this greatest of blessings You do not need so much clothing and board costs a dollar a month letsMore More than this there is a better chance to get work to help on your expenses in ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEUEA O KENTUCKY CHILDREN 3Tie rlccping echoes of her QuIet room Are never waked by bUrl Is of childish glee Und up the polished rtnlrcftte n ver come Light ratterlngs of footsteps swIft and free Alone the liltS and In the twilight gloom Dreams happily of what shall never bel Sometimes her wistful fancy strew the floor Rich carpeted and neat with brtken toys ratntn finger prints on window class and door Hears echoes of shrill laughter and rude noire All thnt tired mother might deplore Would reem to her ctarvtd heart as priceless Joys Till from the world without tome sudden note t Of childish voices through her vision ring And sobs of anguish rise to her white throat I Bound which no dimpled arm in mis chief clings Gone nre the sweet dream fancIes ns may float From earth to heaven the flash of an IGel wings And yet no little empty crib is there To mock the mother arm outstretched in vain Bbe hoards no shining tress of silken hair No tiny grave wher...

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

jlTHE CITIZEN I T BEREA COLLEGE Continued from Pago One j OUR BRICKYARD Which hon a capacity of 25000 bricks per tiny furuinhpH employment to 25 to 30 students during tho summer and fall under tho excellent supervision of Mr S L Clerk I Do You Know I Boron College was founded in 18T r Boroa draws mare Hludontfl from I tho North tlmn any other Southern iIltJma students last year had tho I opportunity of seeing and hearing i Col Goo W Bali tho silvertongued orator of Kentucky Hon Augustus 1g Willsou and Jas Sjxwd of touis vlllo Her Goo W Mooro of Nash vIII1onu j Julian Kalph tho I distinguished author of Now York Win II Mnhor of Toledo and moro limn twenty other prominent speakers from different parts of our country IIBores gave good boanl to its ntu II I touts in spite of tho small price paid J and tho increased co lIt of provisions losing nearly 1000 on its onrdng 1 hall last year but kinping tho young people well fod YOllugI Prof W W Weaver tho now Director of tho Music Depart ment...

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

WHY WOMEN DRINK A Itrtlrw od > rlHl Comlllfoiis Which lend to Ira the Cie or Alcoholic liquor A few years ago the discussion ot such a question as this would have startled society Today the growing prevalence of the drinking habit among certain classes of women makes the question sadly pertinent Why do our women drink and who is to be held responsible for this evil which threatens so many homes Facts warrant the statement that the women victims of the drink habit are largely found in two extremes of society They are of the rich whoso notI I kept pace with wealth of nurse whose poverty of healthy ambition and nor pose leads them to turn to artificial exhilaration for their pleasure or they may be found In the opposite ex treme of societythe girl who has nothing but toll and hardship through the fault of another who seeks forgetfulness of a hopeless fu ture of drudgery In the excitement ot strong drink No normal healthy woman finding every hour natures own stimulant In love of home...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1903

IE CONSUL KILLED Win Mngclsscn Aiiierunn As Syriat I t I The Arrest of the Assassins Demanded i The American Squadron Re 1e celved Order to Proceed ito Turkish Water I Washington Aug 28 Minister Irishman Thursday cabled the stato department from Constantinople that William MagcUscn American vice con sul at Beirut had been assassinated jwhllo driving In his carriage Minister Lclihman has called on tho Turkish government for tho Immedl Ito arrctt and punishment of the ai namilngMr Mr MnKtlmen was 30 years old Ho was educated In the common schools of Minnesota and was a student ot Lulran college at Ducorah la for three year For a time he wan as distant city assessor of Sioux Falls 3 U and alao associate editor of tho Echo EchoPrompt Prompt and vlgnroiu action is talc tnt by the United States government to secure the punishment of those per son Implicated In tho assassination of United States Vlco Consul William C MagcUsen at Beirut Syria on Sun day last Minister Irishman at Con stantin...

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

IF s THE CITIZEN jrIIIII + + + HII + 1H + IHIIHIIIIHH + IIHIHIIII t Berea and VicinityJ I ± GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES + IIHIIHIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIH + HII + Mrs Rachel Gnllowny is quilo sick 1 with typhoid fever Leon Lewiss wife is visiting her parents in Mnjsville for two weeks Mrs John Harrison is quite ill at her home on Center Street George Blye aged Tr resident west of town died Monday Tho funeral t was held Tuesday afternoon Miss Anna Lindloy left Satunlay turning for reensburg Ind whore she will engage iu teaching n H Chrisman has moved to the house just north of Bicknell C Earlys store T storeJ M Early left Tuesday morning for Bloomington IIIwhoro ho will be employed on a large stock farm Mrs S C Lewis who was reported ill last week is thought to bo slowly improving Mr S L Clark spent Sunday with his family who arc camping on Robes Mountain Oscar Preston leaves Tuesday for J1 St Louis Mo where ho will attend the Missouri College of Law Miss Ella Bowlin of Wallacoton i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1903

Kfufrctnry Medicine I It ia H great convenience to have at bond reliable remedies for use in cases of accident and for slight in juries and ailments A good lint ment and one that is fast becoming a fuvorito if not a household necessity is Chamberlains Pain Balm By ap I plying it promptly to a cut bruise or 4burn it allays tho pain and causes the injury to boat in about onethird the odthnu usually required and as it is an antispetic it prevents any danger of blood poisoning When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treat ed before inflammation sets in which insures a quick recovery For sole by S 12 Welch Jr Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky Cnpllnl and I Surplus 180000 Wo solicit your pntroungo JAMES BENNETT Put S S PARKES Cashier 1 UUtrtM After ratine Ciireit Judge W T Holland of Greens burg Ln i who is well nnd favorably known bays Two years ngo I BtilTer wl greatly from indigestion After rating great distress would invariably fItUlt lasting for an hour or so and my nights wer...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1903

THE CITIZEN tlIHIH1IHH + H I I HI H I I 1 zI M1HHHHHHHMl j Eastern Kentucky News LEastern + No corrcipondenc published unless signed in full by the writer The DAme pWolys J + 11 + 1111 + I t I 1 1111111ITH + + HIHIHII + I + 1Hz JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Tho house of James Bishop of this place was burned with all its con tontsJohu F Dean is still very sickMrs Whitt Rose of Horse Lick scratched her foot on a briar and blood poisoning was feared Dr Cornelius was called who performed an operation and she is now bettor Mrs T J Cojle is improving Her Mullins an evangelist from Rock castle county is conducting a series of meetings at the Cave Spring church this week Supt Powell visited the Clover Bottom school the 25thSolon Azbill is very sick with fever KERBY KNOB Sheridan Ballard of Valley View is in this vicinity Charley Murphy of Chestnut Flat attended services hero SundayRev G V Coker was at the preschiug hero SundayOur fever patients are improving Some of the people here will atte...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

Presidents Office X d Borua College HWIWHHHHSHHIHKH I JAMES MILTON RACER 3 1 1Editor and Publisher iRnlrrnl at lt fotlofflet Publlheri tclass matlnallcr + liiIlIll1lIIIi1t + IIIiI1 THE CITIZEN n IVOL v A Family Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1903 One dollar a rear NO 1l II 1 IDEAS I I I I Goal resolutlonc may oftoti rnlll I yoL grow gradually Into good habits I Tomorrow cnnnol do toilnyH work ITomorrow I Ir 1 without titclecting its own v Ifa mnn lives ns ho ought the + mom ho IB looked Into mho hotter hI npponrs npponrsMan Man makes his condition aH good HR it IN by always trying to mnke il hotter limn it III TAKE NOTICE Fall term or Iloroa Golloirt opoiifi utHn in on Wednesday Sept 10 An extra registration too of 2fio is charged nil old ntudoul who do not register Ixjforo the close of the first day and all others who do not register Infore thn closo of the norond day Do not miss a chapter of tho now serial story lorlllIwryHOul Head tho proposed amendment...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

DONE AT THE COUNTER Flnrr here Dlnrnnnl Itoillr Itulnrit lliiniPK and Crotrilril Jail and AIuiiliouiic rr ll irnril I have lately seen In an English newspaper the announcement that a public house is for sale and the ad vertisement contains the following sentence These premises are sur rounded by numerous manufactories z employing thousands of wellpaid hands who inhabit numberless dwell 1 Ings In this dense neighborhood The trade is large fullpriced and mostly done at the counter approaching 2000 I c 100 per month This coldblooded announcement smells of the pit Beelzebub himself I could not frame a more Infernal sen t tence than this one in which the dram dealer tells how cunningly he has I planted his deathtrap between those laborers wages and all their needy t wives and children lie has reared f his tollgate right In the very track y iof these wellpaid hands so that he 1 may levy on them at the rate of 2000 f per month For this sum he retails to these operatives disease poverty tdi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

HANDY WORKSHOP TOOL e 02 t J uang Furey 11 Drllt > rr Which I CUM lie Cd tnr n 1H tyt of Iorptu I have a cheap force frcd drill press that Is very useful on my farm A timber I ta hCxC tetH 14 f9Jtqr < d Jy Iefjs 9 + like a trestle The uprights band d should be longer than shown that they may be tied together at thedopaslthe outward t train II considerable both nlefdprightt are Jj4xl2 Inthe All < iq t ho DatUL l fj rfbprnthown arftl thLrap The bit stock c la made by bending a pne hsltbddnbIhebttinlndiodIntoWinpe a a shown or may be purchased at a bard ware ttore 4f < d crpw injEhnwn kt d 1 which may screw Into the wood orA nut may be attached to the front side of F rear upright A t I RllttiVII1 icrlwfd to the end of 1ilillciI1 Uwseloclfs of wood am placed between the bit and the front post b at needed lly utlnn twltt drllli eltUr woo fr Iron may be ored > i < lrdrg T Price In Farm and MoT MODEL GERMAN FARM Ulnae unit Hum Are llathtf a4 t atnl br KUrlrlrlfr gad b Vrn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

0 I 1 V rtV I THE CITIZEN i + IIIIIIHIIIIIIIHII I IIIIIIHI111111111111171 j Berea and Vicinity 1 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1 1 1 L LIIIItttttttttttIt 11 Sheridan Baker is in town ngniu Snm Lucas was in town Saturday Mrs B IT Yocnm returned Friday from Chicago t Mrs Rachel Galloway wan buried last Thursday John and Georgo Hoskins left Tuesday for Hamilton Ohio ZI Howard S Foe and Edwin S 100 1wero hero for a few days this week j Born Satunlay morning to Mr nnd Mrs T II Horton a baby girl Mr Joe Williams returned last week from a months visit in Illinois Mr H H Hill loft Monday for Crab Orchard Spring for his health The Beron College Farm moroctiiif a silo IS x 30 feet capacity lW tons IA P Settle is putting up a large addition to his store near the depot Will Flnnory visited friends in Jackson county Saturday and Sun day dayMrs i Mrs Zerilda King and daughter S Nina are visiting in McKoe Jackson county lallor Kirk a student at tho School of Telegraphy in Cincinnati is visiti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

r THE CITIZEN I ThI Home H II JBHNIU LESTER HILL Editor HWHIHHMHHHIIH HWHIHHMHHHIIHWhy Why in thoro BO much siokuons in tho world T Was it no intended by tho Creator I cannot taliove no hyt of tho illn that Uwih is heir to might ho prevented Uwo worn nUll our t nnrontnrH nil hnd loon wino enough to ohoy the laws of nature I belivo that fresh nir and fliinslilno arc just on nocoasnry for human as for plant life Mushrooms will grow in n collar but dont ta n mushroom whnn you can just as woll ho a rose figuratively speaking Yet how many cloned windows nnd doom wo nee especially at night Vo spend about ono thmnl of our liven iu led how neciwmry then to have purr air to breathe nnd how ofinn it in neglected Somo nay they nro afraid of taking raid Impure air lea fruitful nourco of colds coldsThou Thou do not ho afraid to lot tho sunshine outer uvoty room in tho house thoro is no taller disinfectant on earth Better see faded cnrpotn than faded chocks Much III health in caused by overeating...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

r J THE GITIiZEN r s > iJAMESMj RACER i JbrrPII DEREA KENTUC 0s Ton turned hn story of your eye And woken world otUctit X taw the reral morn arise On dim tar heights of Psrsms1 And tskefrotn flaming seaaandk1e Ak tacnuntntal rtte TeN turned thi dory of your eyi And 1dta world of nlshti ray now though other mornlnsslrU Dask haunted art my lallyakle And lontly Is the path that lies Ifcror my1 Lonely tight i ut when nlghfs jrgiona hold the skies In rapt attentive light Then In the land of dreams grown wise J tee through your remembered eyes Gods morning sweet and stainless rlas i On Hfos forgotten nljht Edgar Dewey In Chambers Journal 1t I i A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Author 1 A lien s1Ale Tkt So II Tel tie Ccryrithl CuAll I All rifbu re erreJ i erreJI ClIATTEn II fcoxTrxufcb k t f Jor an hour or more the new stablemnn continued his labors when < the hostler announced that It waS time for grub After h god wash fct the barn Tramp llosslter followed btreI I room wh...

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