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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

WONTi I WONT I WILL I DID I know A little litu With toll mother end bla dad Il > tlvta within a roietmboMtrrd haunt haunty Mnkti Ibo queerest little rlijmt hltiRlni frowntnely I wont I wont I wonL Hut again hi fn of blue UtUten 118 he looks nt you Aid ho tries your empty livurt with love to nil As he hugh In rely girt Your iurprUr antS Joy In see When te n < rry shout 1 will I will I will Hut I like Ihll rogue the licit Vhn the sun it In the west AM to but he gxs the llml llttl k < l And lit hoed lilmielf Awnkr The Klorlouji urn i to brouk A IIttIII t Kins I did I did 1 < ll < f Mary A DrnUon In Wnnlilnston Star PARLOR MAGIC FOR BOYS ItitiT tit Irrrorii n IVnl U lilrli Will talulh HIP Old a aPrll Am HIP YIIIIIIU The feat hrreln described must be j performed with the aId of unmft citrate lad as everything depend on his thor ough understindtiR of what you are going In ilo some little preparation Is n < xeHMiry without the knowledge of the spectators r Thu srircts of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 September 1903

r cnti p < MII I a4ltJ q nll 111 to e l THE CITIZEN jHH11H1ttHIHIHIHIHIIIIHIHIHIH1t L iEastern Kentucky News 1No correspondence published unless dined In full by the writer The name 1 is not for publication but it an evidence of good faith Write I11meI ootl1IHHI1111111111111110 Fall term of Borca College opens Wednesday SCltCIII hot Ont 8ri III MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PAINS A large crowd attended tho Glade church Sunday night Quito a num f 1 her of young people enjoyed Mr and 1 Mrs Lonnio Gillcns apple pooling Mrs BUn BunMto Kinuiml is visit + ing liornunt nt Kirksvillo Miss Mary 1 Adams and brother wero guosts of relatives heroMr and Mrs Balis Wilson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Willeford at Bobtown Mr and Mrs Bud Bush spout Sunday evening with Kiz Cornelisou Mrs Mode Crawford and children spent Sunday ovening with Mrs Daniel Maupin Misses Della Williams and Sallie Bush spent Sunday night with Misses Maggie and Pearl Adnmsi ISaHie Maggie Orerloy and little daugh ter Kathleen have...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

tHIIS IIIHIIH H IIIII JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher bibrrd at Ike roitofflct fit Ktrta Ay I M i slam maUmalter HIIII1HIHIHIIHHHI THE CITIZEN iugton So wo urn publishing n list of those who In 18U who wore Receiving pensions for such service to their country Their residence are givon I by cot ntIw nnd it became nccoeanry I this how the to got map showing IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Nashville Tenn destroyed property worth 125000 A bitter strike line boon inaugurat ed by Texas coal miners Snow to the depth of eight inches fell throughout pouthorn Montana Saturday A car load of gunpowder exploded on a railroad siding near Boaumont Kan with terrible results The explosion of n barrel of alcohol on the U S warship Olympia killed one man and seriously injured auoth nr The bill iutiocluced in the Alabama Legislature cutting down the yearly appropriation for Tuskegeo Institute has been defeated Two Socialists have been convicted and sentenced to six months in prison 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. — 17 September 1903

I b I nnpp A MOCKER Vne Is mocker Ah Ood It mock nt tl1 wIdow cries links ai the children asklnc for bread Mocks when the diunknnl dies dtreiiR drink Is rig ng Owl help ui A raging lion In truth SukltiB the tnfn lo May them From old age down to youth Whosoever Is deceived thereby Can I be he In not wlsl7 Oo l made him see the awful curve And open hit blinded eyes Hums Horn lEA AND COFFEE INEBRIETY 1r lliiionr of Mrrilrnl Aalhorltlr Which Iruvrn Thnl There Im rll IIIeae Many years ago we called attention To this distinct form of inebriety com ing from tea and coffee and character ized It as a wellmarked disease This btatemcnt wan denied and excited iiome ridicule Even the cases which we published In support of our state ments were not accepted as evidence Within the last two years several ob scure cases of nervous troubles due to these beverages have been published and the authors were forced to recos nlze the reality ol a distinct neurosis from this source A recent editorial In the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

THE CITIZEN q IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl I The Home I JBNN1B LESTER HILL Editor HIHHJlHHIHH + IHH THE CHILD A rncniinF inndi to n child should IMJ religiously ulllllod To disregard n promise iN to tench Hint child n dinrcgard for truth TUB first law to bo instilled in tho they i 1s NltoncoobNlionco to tho laws I of God paronlfl touchers laws of justice nnd courtesy Only tho innn who has learned to obey In fit to govern to mich only cnn wifely ho cn truntod the nlfairfl of homo church j Hchool and nation It iatho flrht nnd nlwoluUtly necessary lesson in self I t niHHtory For lack of this lesson the Scotch band whoso moUxlien will ring through tho ngw gate up his lifo nUll Stevenson was cut down in his 1nUll Dr LiTiiKR 0 CLICK physical three tor of tho public mhoolsof Greater Now York in upenking of healthful and harmful games says i A HOO saw in nn excellent menni of MoriIno Diva children n chnnco lo piny lIIllM n sport it in n great promoter of natural breathing Tench thorn to row swim...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

i 1 THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publlrtcr nrcnrcA KENTUCKY LOVING WORDS Loving words will cost but little > Journeying up the hill of life But they make the weak and weary Stronger braver for the strife Do you count them only trifles What to earth are sun and rain Never was a kind word waited Never one war raid in vain When the rare of life are many And Its burden heavy grow Think of weak ones close beside you If you love them tell them i > o Vhat you count of little value I Ian an almost magic power And beneath their cheering unblne Hearts will blossom like a flower Bo as up lifes hill we journey Let UB ecatter all the way Kindly words for they arc runrhln In the dark and cloudy day Drudge no loving word or action Ae along through life you go There are weary ones around you If you love them tell them BO Mollie 1 Clayton Id Galveston News III A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Aulhcrcl A Mn alArm The s n e 1 a Tory Etc a COP7iCbl igor by J B Llrplocoll Co All debts rese...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

p f a p 1AA1 a f THE FARM CARRIAGE Tfccrr le Ho Hr aaa AVIir H Should Mu I He Cu lu fit rlii lit r Ike 1rar ArouuJ A llttln desire IliuUratad by the Rural Nrw YMk r will add much to the com fort of riciiij In a canopy topped car rlfcRc wht re annoyance IH fr ejutntl t Kit JiPin till pun rhlnltiK In at one tide or otlie r or at the Luck It may be A ilrc e > t cloth pr f trably eif the mrne I Hill TTINO Ol T fill KlN color tn the iipholMtrliiRof the carrlat In piiilul bHr two ttnil of rlirtln lletKr are rtw d at the ends of thcr P IIlICtl11 ihowii the hooki being cover fli with cloth This little curtnln ran than be ctrl tched and hooked to tin up rirtitw on either fide of the cnrrUie or dins the tack puttlnc It at the right titlfilil to protect the face from the run It will stun rerve exctllrntly all a wind brenk If Vie hooVf UP corrrrd with rubber ttry will be lem Inclined to 1111 CARE OF DIRT ROADS II fliKiill 5nl Be ItrlniPil In the AR taltisn for lair ubmil H r Illalatia In CiU...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

1f A 1 J l fllr1W rk h w 11 c i THE CITIZEN + IHHHlHlIHIIH + H + HH IIIIHHHIIH + ir Berea and Vicinity = h < fGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESt IIHIIHHIIHIIltHHH + tl + HH + + t Rev A P Smith of Somerset wns in town on business this week Miss Ethel Todd returned from Bay View Michigan on Saturday Miss Eva Duncan has accepted a position in Mrs Haggards millinery department at Winchester Mrs J W Caniahan and children of Toledo were the guests of the Misses Duncans from Thursday until Saturday Mrs Fannie Demmon and two little sons have returned to Berea after a three months visit with her brother James Chaney at Panola Editor James M Racer returned Tuesday after a three weeks vacation spent with friends and relatives in Ohio Mrs Racer will remain two weeks longer with her parents at Lodi Ohio John Boggs returned Sunday from n months trip in the counties of Perry Letcher Jackson Clay Knott and Harlan visiting relatives and renew ing old acquaintances and friend ships Mr and MrsJ W ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

i r 1 e N ww WflJt rJt s THE CONSCIENCE MAN The Conscience Man who live with me I hear and feel but cannot lee I He IIvn with meboth day and night He never wrong but always rluhL lie lint hie hone wlhlii my bread AnJ guard and wnrn rnn without rest lAnJ though an enillcm watch he keep lie never Urn end never sleeps R > m > llmfi a mournful song he IIIIKI Which to my heart deep sorrow brings Miiil when I hear hlh ut Ia lonJJ 1 know ties right an J I urn wrong And when I seem to be alone And think the fotuclence Man hu down 1 lUten and I hear Hewiire Ami know the Conscience Man tl there Im sure that he liatway good inl ldtr me all the thing he should And grieves to see mt come to nhaiiie Anil sorrows when I am to blame And all my life he plead and prays For me to keep from evil rays AM I Ixlltve that no one can 11 good wMhout the Conscience Man Arthur Miuy In Youth Iompanlon GERMAN CHESS TOWN Thr in mi form Part of fur Itrgotar Klncntlnn uf tlillilrm In Pres alas Ylllaur I Imula...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 September 1903

ir r ii J IL1IJ tip dkifd k 1 1 THE CITIZEN 1 V HIII + IIIIIIIIIIIII1IHII + HiI + H I + II + III111HII I Eastern Kentucky News M I No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name I Is not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly I I + IH + H1H IHIHIIIIoIIiIIilIHIIHII + iIHIIIIII JACKSON COUNTY Circuit court convened in I Irs county last Monday So far thorolmvo boon but two felony convictions A young man by the name of Callahan was convicted for forging an order on Robert Benge of Owsley Fork to Powell Bros store He received a three year sentence Tho other was Jas Brumraett for the burning of A J Smiths store Ho received a five year sentence The jury which tried the latter case was selected from Rockcastle county There were two felony cases continued and two are to be tried this weekThe best way to eliminate the courts of so many crimes is through our public schools When we have a better system of public Fchools and that would necessaril...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

H 1 1 111 + 1111 + 111 + 1 + 1111 + JAMES MILTON RACER 3 Editor end Publisher T snared at tin PosfoJVt of Brrea Ay M second elan IncU alatnr t 11 + 1 + 1 + IHI + HH Pmldonts Office S Berea Ool logo THE CITIZEN I It I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1903 One dollar a year NO 14 IDEAS Heaven helps thoao who help them selves lrosWhere Where theroa a will Shores a way Every Bohool district ahould Lave a school exhibition this fall Every drunkard la a man who tried to be a moderato drinker and tailedFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD The ilayllerran Panama canal treaty expired by limitation at mid night Tuesday Reaidenta of Santiago Cuba were thrown into a panic by tho moot violent earthquake in many years It ie estimated that 10000 persons have been put to tho aword in Kastoria by the Turkn An unconfirmed rumor wan cir culated in Paris that King Peter of Sere bad boon assassinated The following Ministers of Great Britain have tendered their resig nations w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

I WOULD NOT TAKE THE DARE Iuullnli Mm Wfc llavf Snrrlllrcil Their IIVPK nw the lllnr mt ItnrrliUM A few days ago a reveler In 1arls according to an account In the Petit Journal made a wager that he could i I Or nk twelve glasses of absinthe while I the cock was striking the hour of i midnight When the clock began toI strike lie began to drink and when the clock had ceased striking he had flnltflitil drinking tho twelfth glass of absinthe While his companions leaping upon chairs were cheering lustily the absinthe drinker fell to the floor dying instantly This man died as the fool dlctb lie really took his own life On Wednesday June 17 a lot of > men were carousing In the little town j of Yoakum in Texas After drinking j a great deal and long the revelers all I agreed that each would drink a pintI IK ASK TWKtVK GIASSKS OK IIAIISINTII AIISINTI1B of whisky within a period of ten min utes In the company was one known as Dr Jackson When the others got through will their dose said the r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

S T a THE CITIZEN n n I II COPIED FROM MITCHELLS MAPOF w d KENTUCKY1834 NOW IN THE CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY I I SHOWING MOUNTAIN COUNTIES AS THEN LAID OUT HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE By rmlilriit Win loolell ln H Artlola I Invalid Pensioners In Mountain Countlatln US4 In living among the mountain peon pie of Kentucky and adjoining State I bare come to realize how much they are misrepresented by outsiders The newspapers love to report every feud 1 and homicide and the Democratic politician and old clavo holders very I frequently abuse the people of the p Miuli IrUitr v l orlor1 il IIrII I MruUiitnl m mlllllt H twrtniit v tnlnnlfrn t liiltnlrjr AtllllrrjrI I line IIr Drummer acv a KiTiJutlontrr naT ftntloni IhllOl under Hit wt ul Jun 1m nmtlnurtl OIEJCNUI OUNTf John W Howe p Va I JamM Lawton p Va III June Patton p Ia I Charities Rigg p Md I Olayburn Sartin p Va I IURLAS COUNTY Ricbanl hallow p I and car N I Om JMW Brook p N 0 in Borry Cawood p N C in Lewis Green p Va I 1 JLewis James Ha...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publlber UEUEA KENTUCKY WAYS OF LONG AGO rust nlsht 1 dreamed I aIS awake Then waking up I dreamed My mind Just went without a break To where the waters gleamed And dimpled down beside the road I saw the willows trail Along the stream jut like I knowcd I saw the teeter tall And heard the bluejay call and call And raw the eddies swing In curves below the waterfall An heard the robins sing And I was Just a boy nnd walked The ways o long ago The catbird came again and mock 4 Just like I used to know And In the orchard loaded down The heavy branches swung And In Its coast of sober brown The thrush Its matins sung And breezes moved the ripening grain In billows to and fro And I was Just a boy again In ways of long ago Oh welcome dreams that take us back To childhoods happy days Along some wellremembered track n pleasant woodland ways Oh welcome tone of orioles And thrushs matins clear That bring us back the orchard knolls And days of yesteryear Till we can hear ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

NEAT POULTRY MARKER It I Lnally alum On unit Diivn Xot le tllntv or IHOIIIH nilcnre thr Clilrkrn A marker that It cailly put on cud < dots not Injure or mutilate the chicken Is made from A twoInch strip of zinc or tin no thoun In the cut 1 he wostu cutllQis from any tin shop will Include plenty of strips that will answer with out much cutting A hole III lo be punched In the ItirKccrd through which the point la to Jio Inserted and bent ovcrnftrr wind ing nround the shank of the bird To JlOsI MAD LEO BAND put nn the rumbtrs neatly cover the end of the tag with grease In which write the figtins carefully with a nail Then upply a little murlttlc acid which will rut Into the surface of the metal where the nail has laid It bareI A Flake In 1lIrm And Home BAD FLAVORS IN EGGS Iliff Ar < C u1 lijr flue food the lien lol anil ClimiKP tit Its > lluu Curva l > ill Farmers have known for years that when onions were fed to hens they im parted their flavor to the eggs Now an oxjierlacn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

L M I I I THE CITIZEN LI j I + HH + H + H + H + H + + + + HH + HH H 111 H JHH l Berea and Vicinity 1 1 ± GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES + L oi + t IHHIIHIIHHHMl1 W P Chapman loft Tuesday on R business trip to Louisville I have 100 bushels of Rye for sail at 75c per bushelS uLDt C TunER Berea Ky Marshal W J Tatum and wife at tended the Fall Festival at Cincinnati last Thursday Some sharp fines for letting swine run and more likely to follow Buy nails and repair your pen I Miss Laura Soper has returned to Berea after a weeks visit with her brother J E Soper at McCormick KyThe The milliuery opening of Mrs A T Fish will occur Friday and Satur day ot this week Her line is un usually complete j Persons desiring to have their pianos tuned will please leave their orders with ProC W W Weaver at the Music Building C I Ogg has been appointed ollic iul Worlds Fair photographer for Madison County by the Kentucky Exhibt Association Chas W Rise of Georges Creek Ky on his way to school at Willi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

I NEVER MIND Are JTU Hut tllllr boj nre you nimry and sore loA A iloyT drTctl home nil you cnn tit you run KinnJ no rnere JUe v u Ir ttcnl end hurt tn > our very tuurlt tort And cru ll > rolibeil of your pat Kivir tnlrJ flyer rolnil Ih tiny will soon end And with II your tripe wi sere 1ur tfoubtleti it Imiw tomorrow yawn prC eplcdc nittt low 1111 your broken huM mead And troublM rrmtmbrr no more 4tyou grieved little mnlil do you think your abused lly playmate or tiMchrr ar friend A vkilM of nlfchoaJ iinjwitly HcrutJ Sour iKart drarMl wl hi unkind re fUid Till you limit nlth lift nl nn mil T d a y Buy a rnlny un < l frt > tt Ing drrar evrrtklosdrearI I Ami ciiurr rnrelepd In gloom In aunlbtne tomorrow the day will be cur Km b iK < rhl t raindrop n il mandiipirar The Ieu in the Aids all abloom frank UmrJ In Hums Horn ItamIlarnt An Au < lrnllHn lllrl Tlinl lnlr Hurrr > oiiml andrhereby art n liiiiii > > nuts A Mitral In Ii the home of the bird fchotvn In the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 September 1903

THE CITIZEN u I tofII1I + IIIH1H1 + 1 H + H 1 + 1 1 1 I I IIII + I + I I I 1HHHH I Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name Is not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly LLLLLLtLLtLLILLtLIotW 1Ii + I IIEIf 1rI Treasurer Osborne has several good houses to rent to families wishing to live in Berea to educate their chil dren Two rooms with stoves bed steads chairs and tables 1 a term Larger houses also Apply at once for fall or winter term if there are any Mormon mission aries in your vicinity write to THE CIT ZEN andwo will Rend you full in formation about their deceptive stor ice with letters from people who have been to Utah and seen for themselves The Mormons take away the liberty of their members degrade the doc trines of the Christian religion and teach that it is right to have more than one wife Remember that the fall term is the time to start in school at Berea We are building a 10000 Industrial Build...

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

r I I Presidents Office X B raa Collogo WIHHHHHMWHIHHK IIIHIHH + + + IIIIH + Pt JAMES Editor MILTON and Publlaheri RACER mui Subscribe KnUriit at the O2eke I + + IH + H HH + H1I + 11 HHHHHHHH t VOL V A Family Poi > or BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 1903 One dollar a year NO 1C 4 I IDEAS IDEASI who bor j l rows lo morrows it IIThu best Holnco of nllliction next to t religious trust IN necessary work Mini in general Hro very willing to bolodif thoy are ltd courteously 1 WIKKlellworth j I TAKE NOTICE t It is the duty of all school trustees to BOO to it at ouco that riehoolliouHes urn put In good repair nml provided Iwith stoves before thero ilt any danger of cold weather Tito Monday lecture next week in f tho upper chapol will be given by Prof L V Dodge who wjll intro duce to the audieuco the Hoveu oil I K > rtraiU which now adorn the walls I + of Phi Delta Hall Tho lecture Is nt I j Jilfi and is opon to all citizens r 1 At the same hour Irof M E Marsh i will le...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 October 1903

nun MONKEY MAN AND WHISKY An Imlilrnl 111 r Jrrnry Vlilili 1nrtlntlr Pruar IbeIbeurr or Kinlntliin In the stale of New Jersey near the edge of the North river an unfortun ate monkey got very drunk Some brutal men superior to him In physical development and Inferior In moral qualities persuaded the poor brute to drink whisky The monkey much was ab drank a great deal too solutely Intoxicated and bin conduct was exactly like that of a man that Is to ray or the average whisky dlnklng man It would be pleasant to relate that the monkey tasted the whisky felt It burn and refused to touch any more of It That unfortunately is not what happened It would be creditable to the mon keys wisdom If one could Kay thai while he made a mistake and drank too much whisky once he could never be persuaded to touch It again That Is not true either The poor monkey tempted by his human halfbrothers drank whisky and he acted exactly as the average poor foolish feeble man acts under the same circumstances When...

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