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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 October 1903

I THE CITIZEN J I I HHHIHHHHHWHHH The Home 3 JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor 1 + H + I1IIHII + II + 1 Dishwashing Mado Ploasant II It cant bo made pleasant Im sure it cant I hear some of you exclaim + Well just try thin way than and son if it isnt at least boarablo First anti j foremost have plenty of good hot 11I1I1I1UOt just warm or lukewarm but hot Thin with plenty of dish I towels icloau soft one for the glass i on heavier ones for tho honry diHhcw and n good tikli cloth or mop in tho hands of n sunnytempered littlo girl I will mako tho dreaded task a pleasure I I am Hiiro Wash tho glasses first If milk has boon in them rinse out with cold wa ter first or tho hot water will simpl cook tho milk on them and they will look dull and blue iusttmd of clear and shiny Dont put them bottom down into the Jiot water or tlio sud den expansion may break them Slip them iu edgewise and your finest glow will ha lIfo Next wash tho silver each kind bj itwilf Dont plln it nil in together HI tho forks wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 October 1903

I THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher nnnEA KENTUCKY BEFORE THE FIRE Hue in my tnty chair I pit An old old man before the fire Drat to all sounds of every day And dead to every past desire Perhaps the falling outward Tense Quickens the tplrlfs Inner car For Kitting here before the lire Toud scarce believe the sounds I hear I All this long afternoon I heard The brook In the old orchard sIng Just as It urtd to on the farm When lint the srafi grew green la cprlnc Teu know that gurgling gladsome nole SThe voice of water wild with glee When It has burst Its Icy bond Ana finds ittelf alert and free The birds too In the bee htr e trove I hear them us In days of yore When I went forth at break of day Call through the cuarlie hush once more And that one bird that nested hIgh I thought ehe had a silver throat it trickle of clear melody It thrills me oft her lender note My mothers voice toooh 10 plain It calls across the fading light Come children time to leave your play Come In the haute Ill ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 October 1903

DRYING SWEET CORN Ilrxrliillini of n lion i > Tlinl Aniurtn Im Clrrutnllixi of Air In All rullicr L iiilllliiii > IIL I have fur several yrarg hen rnlflnn a wffol coin under contract und the ac ouiimnyliiK IlluttraUon will convey i OHIO tetra nf my drying lioute lays an Ohio IurnuT rorrs > ondent It IB alto try granary till tippr flour rontalnlni train hlllll on one tide The lowerloot nuil wall tide of the upper Iloor are ar rjiiijuil for wee corn The noi > t ersen A OIlS DIVlNU IKJl HK tlal part of dryinG awcit corn Is to halo a tree flmilBilon of air Tin rt fore I r lIt door ihroiiRh nil shown These door tire on both slit and on the back They lire hung on hlngm end can lif cpouid and shut whpii ncrdrd Tho owlet Turn should be spread In layer tJart fore we me radii made of IxS Itrb Hints placed C II Inches to two Set n lart one above the other If the rorn ir flren and milky hn liuili < l It hbuld l4i put on the nrks vrry thin not more 1 than two or three art In depth...

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

I R fj THE CITIZEN i + H + H + HHHHI H + H + H + H + H + H I IHHIH Berea and Vicinity j 3 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t I I r + IIIIHIIIIIIIHIII1 HHIIIHIItt + IHHIIIH j A little laughter of J G Chastoei died Tuesday night Mrs Anna Blazer has purchased the C D Davis cottage on Center St Mrs Harvey Kindred died Tuesday night at the old home place on Scaf fold Cane after an illness of several weeksWill Will Clift of Novelty Ohio ar rived this week for a visit with friends and relatives here WC Kelly has been appointed pastor of the M E church at Free mont Nebraska Louis Lester spent Sunday in Cor bin It is rumored that a young lady there is the attraction Mrs Touvelle of Celina Ohio is J visiting her daughter Mrs 0 L Hanson this week Miss Addie Fish left this week for an extended visit at the homo of Mr and Mrs Correll at Pleasant Plains Ill She will take in the Illinois State Fair on the way Mrs J Burdelte and daughter Nell Charles Burdetto and Mrs Burdettes niece Miss Rosa Par...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 October 1903

THE INVITATION Tile I tmsni1 time totiny brou act me n llu lr note From IJcuty llrown hind Just to myaixt Ito every word Mix wrote I 0Oe course die mull have hun In fun ihe tipOf li 10 full of trick illif Ktiale mown JuiiiMry twelfth At Home from four la six I thought Id be ns pert ni ahe 10 I sal down to write Atka IWIth tower > nod tint means me aw A till IrliU nlulit Juti thru mnrnmn rum walking In Klir rll both notn sad looked BO iiucr Uul dont jou want to go the saW to Muscles party dmrT 89 thin II why hrll IM kt home tint how was I to know 7 loud think that whrn ih wrote Unit note ahe might have told me no far If I have u iwriy coon Ill ask my friends to com And theft Ill Itml > 1 > Irt them see that 1 Unit he nl home Jlaj K SMcholi In Yoiilhn eoml anion DUKE OF BRAGANZA 11 r h heir In the Tliroiir nl Purl lIMOt Mull lay Flit IllltPit Mulri sett Vrur It It reported from Lisbon the capital I of tho kingdom of Portugal that the crown print of that country may visit thu ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 October 1903

In crTHE CITIZEN II I i 31F ItIIiIiiiIIIII 711II1 IIIII I r Eastern Kentucky News l NewsJ f I c fNo correspondence published unless tinned la full by the writer The name I fIs not for publication but as an evidence of rood faith Write pLtililyI I + HI + I HtHHHHIIHH + HI 1 1 H + HI + HHHI MADISON COUNTY HICORY PLAINS Mr John Fortune and family hnvo gone to Cronley La where they will make their future home Daniel Maupin and wife and eight others took dinner with Mrs Boteey Hudson on Wednesday of last wlekMr and Mrs Kirk Thorpe of Hamilton Ohio have returned home after a weeks visit with relatives hereMrs W E Hanfa and daughter lola visited Pey tontwon rIcentlyMiss Margeret Chasteen visited near Walaceton Sat urday and Sunday of last week I WALUCETON Mrs Mary Gaffney visited her sis ter Mrs Goo Roberts at Ford last Iter and Sunday Mr Walker Baker is very sick with typhoid fever Miss Lou Flanery oi Borea is visit ing Miss Sarah and Alice Lawson this woekMr Euio Ekins of Mis eouri was t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 October 1903

4 IHHHHIHiHMHHIHK Ii JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher KnUrul at lilt Pottofflet at fltrea Ay at second ietas mna matter IjHHJWHHHlWIWHHM ter 9 iPlt + ddl ra Provident Oflloo X Boron Oolloyo THE CITIZEN r F < f III I IIIIII IH Subscribe Today Circulation 2000 IIi IiIIIF I IIVOL V A Family Popor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1903 One dollar a year NO 16 I t IDEAS SoHimprovomoiit to ho effectual mimt reach the first springs of thought rautl feeling A round about lin that avoids fatso words but tnnhra n Man impression is the moat cowardly and blackest kind TAKE NOTICE A very creditable Ahowing IH condo by the Boron Banking Co in ItR quarterly report on pngo them of this isfluo isfluoProf e Prof L V Dodgo will pronch In the Tnbornnclo next Sunday night on the homo II Tlio RonHonablo Sido or Christianity Everybody welcome Monday Oct 1U fllfi rI nddroa to cilizoiifl and Mudmits in Tnbcrnacli bv Rov Dwight N Pratt of Ciuoit tint QIhw Pratt will MHO preach I Ixjl...

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

L CLIMB v THIRTY FEET TO DRINK DRINKI o Ciilrnso SaloimUcrper Hullrl KM K III of Mnlrn lit burr Mm row Tlirlr Work The aciompanyuiR picture tthuws the extremes to which u naloonUcrper will po 10 eel husliufs The saloon Is al the east end of ale Polk Btrcct viaduct Recently a Imllillns standing between this one anil the Iennsylvanl tracks was razed A large force or laborers vas employed in clearing the site The foreman of the gangs was tonratiiJat 1ns himself upon the work he wnsjt j tins out of a sober crowd until the sa loonkeeper decided he wanted a per centage of their wages The front of the saloon was on a level with the via a II duct 30 feel above the tracks and there was no way of getting up to the place I But the saloonUecper tlrlerinlnert to destroy a temperance perspective cut n hole In the wall In the rear of his grog Kcry a straight wall SO feet abuse his prey and constructed a flight oT steps down to the men A glaring lgn wall wasi was ready for the ascent of the thirsty...

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

THE CITIZEN 0 = WHHHHHHHHHHJH I The Home I JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor WHHHHHHHHWIlHJW l rlhlnar Loafing with a hook and flue Where tilt water swirl about Whipping up the Btrram aooutI When the speckled trout lire out 1 Working up the sparkling shallows I Where the sun the water hallows 1 I J laughing when the flub > mn t Itolllnit tumbling fnlllmr In Loafing with n hook and line Aint It line Jf yjleaving leaving all tho daily toll > Going out to feel the wind Of 1001l11C Oolnic when the sun U gleaming 11 JoInture with her joys II teeming 1 Whipping up nmlilown the stream V In n piscatorial dream Looting with a dreamJ j Alnt It line I j Loafing with I hook and line Where the water whirl about IJ Whipping up the treamlf fine Ifl When tho upeckletl trout are out Ill Jlecklng naught of business trouble ff While the happy water bubble When the ipvckletl trout begin V Itolllng tumbling fulling Inj M u > Loafing with n hook and line E Alnt It nnol IS I Ilaltlmor New rr A LIBERAL ED...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 October 1903

I JTi CITIZEN iiJAMES M RACE flrtlitbcr tJA TTT KENTUCKY ON THE SUNSET SLOPE I Gone gone are the days of my childhood for nye There Is only s memory now The lessons and samet all the work and IThnc the plat L To that vision 1 gratefully bow off k + the past Their halo of gladntts Is over me cat r r Done gone nre the friends that I cher ished with pride All the playmates and schoolmates I knew 3 i I see them no more they have gone r fmm my side e They luwc all disappeared like the dew Like the dew of the morning when c i kissed by the light lightLM and they vanished from sight j And pone are the days which are counted beeti i Days of vigor when courage ran high Days when purpose or plan being put to the telltI r Would cause all things depressing to I ny Now courage Is lacking for efforts revere A And moments for restful reposing are hire Bwect memories linger to gladden my myJs Many pleasure and Joys have been mine The bright days of childhood with Inno cent play And the Icfsons of l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 October 1903

n C03PS FOR FATTENING Miry lnnlilr Poultry ltnlrrn to tlnulilr llir Vrlulil of KintU In n Miurl Tliur y Although thu cramming machine In tJa hnndi of nn e Jcrl will probably give ttet bctt n gulls lu finished product final UJOs lor lattenlnK chickens will be found the most profitable by most tihcriu salver Them ccops arc usitl very largely In Ilieland and huvo been fciiitid cuccefifully by the Canadian rovi rlllll ilL The accan parrying Illus Inttlon shows n coop divided into three jiarls which will hold a dozen chickens Fhtle sop are built of lath and one lUcU nijuirv vleces for the framework thATTKU KATTKNINO COOP Each part Is two feet Ions 1C Inches wide and 20 Inches high which rxp rlmeuti Lave vbown lo be the beet size The COOIH are placed out of doors In the tbadf lthtr under trees or In an upen th < d but In tevcr weather thouti to Noted In a cluMd building A small Vttbape trough U nted to hold the tci4 nod water Is tupill d In a rup which may be fattened to the slats Yovm...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 October 1903

r c I THE CITIZEN I HI II1lIl1 Iitl1E iIli liI I r Berea and Vicinity + t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IIIII + IHI I I H + III + H IIH HIII + I + I + H + IIHIIHIH r J John Tatum has been removed to the hospital hospitalMrs Mrs L V Dodge attended the Stato W C T U convention at Lan caster this week as a representative of t the local union r Dr James Hockadays horse Rex Peavine took second under the saddle i I and a purse of 500 at the Louisville I Horse Show this week d ° Pastor H M Shouse of the Bap tist church left Monday for a two weeks vacation trip through New f York and other eastern States Mr and Mrs Chas L Hanson are rejoicing over the arrival on Tuesday of an eightpound girl She has been I ichristened Cathern Marie Gertie White aged six years died I ° Tuesday at her sisters Mrs Laura I Greens on Centre street Funeral yesterday followed by burial in Berea k cemetery i Grover Fish who has been ill at the hospital for some weeks with typhoid fever is now convalescent and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 October 1903

IWHICH ONE WAS RIGHT lour lttr Klrln ul In n row JelI Out little word they lad to write They tliouiilit and thought with all their might Thru II and I and T and It Tho rlrol ont splld irliiniplmntlv end Good Ilie teacher until nh she To laughing iltlle l lty The tcend looked Hud frowned n bit Although she wowil frttly Mhoud ahe lifRln with It liutnul alhe wrote n XV it tIe haul And Oood Mxuln tltr inicttcrtnU To happy little Ilttiy Now to the ihlrtl cxch IlltU wtfrtl I o kri1 vcrr snap amt pelt Be W It 1 JilT A loan long word ahe wrote In glee Awl Ooodl tin teacher MiU all she I I To knowing II It In Ntttr Then lift of Mil n little mulil t pictttrTook Took off th W left Ihr < 1 And wrote U It I U II T t N 1 hoed the ifHibrr nid Mild she To benny little Itch > Jour Iltlie trIo nil wrre bed In unites I Th y Ifl It IM klwiirl Jftiy > or hrrri the funny thtme Ivt beard bout that very funny word Though eiiih one pelting x i > on ice AVni dIRerent from the other Hirer iich wro...

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

m THE CITIZEN 1IIIIIIHIHII + IIIH + HH + HIIH + HI + I i Eastern Kentucky HIIHIIII1 t + No correspondence published unless tinned In full by the writer The name I i It not for publication but as an evidence of tool faith Write plainly 0I l It11IHIIIIt1IIH + I + I + I + HI + H + HI + H111 KNOX and BELL COUNTIES The teachers of the Bib Mngiator inl districts of Knox mud Bell Conn ties will meet in joint Associatiou at Whito Church schoolhouso Saturday Oct 17 1903 Program Dovotiona exercises Welcome Address Leslie Logau Declamation Robt Tiusloj Recitation Jennie Smith School Or ganization E B Heniphill Should the School Term be Lengthened J A Smith How may we Secure Bettor Attendance Leslie Logan How may we Overcome the Effects of Poor Home Training G C Davis Reci tation Dora Iu < ram Is the Beech Limb Instrumental in Teaching A 11 Evans Should the Teacher Play with his Pupils W P Durham For general discussion Married vs Single Teachers District Libraries Debates Resolved that the U...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

jjH1HHIHIMHIHHHH JAMES MILTON RACER i I Editor and Publisher Knttrtit at tin foftoffltt at limo Ay at itemulJ dais mallmatter HKlHHHHHHIHHHHJ sire I to THE CITIZEN 1I + il rIIIIIIHIIHIII 1j j Subscribe Today j Circulation 2000 t I I tH i IIVOL V A Family Paper BEIIEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1903 One dollar a year NO 17I IDEAS QuniiiH ripoim > nrlj wisdom late DIHgIINt and denpair follow the drunkard liko 11 nhndoiv It in bolter to succeed than to givo 1tiro lost of reasons for fuiliiiK TAKE NOTICE ThIN in thu limo when overy school tniHltH parent and teacher inunt do hm bowl to keep up hw attendance nt the pullu Hchooln Monday Oct Ill 9161atldnsN to cilizonH and students in Tubernnclo by Rev Dwight N Irntt of Cincin nati 0 Rev Pratt will alno preach both morning and night Sunday Oct 18 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Alaska Boundary CommmHlon is in itecrnt Heiwioii in London Eng land to consider their verdict Six weeks wore required to tnko the connuH of tho Philippine T...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

w fHa A GIRL DRUNKARD Dm litilnurr Where n rhynlrnl and Mo nil VrcoU ft llrnlorrtl In IVcful Hnppy I Iff The sitiriontcndcut of a New York borne recently related a story of her own experience In rescue work so wonderful and to cncourasInB to wretched victims of sin that It ought to be made public The story tu substantially her own lan guapc was as follows 1 was sent for one morning many yeans ago by one of the judge of the court who had before him a girl about 16 years of age The girls father had caused her arrest and had appealed to the court to sentence her to aouir home as an Incorrigible I The hlrJory of the girl was this At i 12 year of age she had been put to scrv Ice In the diningroom or a saloon as aI waiter Her duties required her to serve liquor and she acquired a passion for j drink and became a drum and I never saw a human being that loved liquor as she did She could drlrU a plats of clear whisky with the greatest relish and shE had absolutely no control over her appetit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

wr I THE CITIZEN HHHHIHlHHHIHlHH The Home I JBHNIB LESTER lULL Editor + IIHIIIttttttlttIIIItt SWEEPING AND DUSTING For thorough swooping and dust ing it is well to dust and remove as P many things as possible from the room before beginning to sweop If the chairs runt other articles aro roo moved without dusting first you will either have the dust left in another room or in the room just swept if I brought back lobo dusted There fore it is best to dust And remove them before sweeping Tho larger and heavier furniture should bo covered before sweeping thus preventing tho dust from settling on it Old sheets will servo nicely for this purpose A light or medium weight broom is bout for swooping Swoop with short quick strokes This movement will send most of tho dust in front of broomrather than ail over the house to light on tho furniture again It might be well for some of the boys to note this point especially those who rare for their own rooms and hold jauitorships A carpet sweeper is ec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

Vr w mss THE CITIZEN I I JAMES M RACER Pnilltbtr 1 BEREA KENTUCKY j i j THE WINNING OF MALINDY J I 1 wuz lovln of Maundy twit I dunno what ter do j Ik de brown booe love de bloMom lek do daisy lore de dew j Sat de ol man lay de Jaw downh wntnt fer me en mine Tte man what sit Mallndy b cot ter rise en shine Bn dat whar come de trouble kate all de worl could see Bf I rise ter bent de IItttllu warnt any Rhine In met En I lonesome er a gray owl on a dead limb bllnkln blln Haze I die fo black good people I could never rise en hind I meet de of man constant cn pass < Jo time o day I dar at cotton pltkln en I liep him Mack de hay X drive his COWS film pastur but be never never fall Ter stan dar at de mllkln when JJndy had de pall En In meetln time de distance betwl7 f V us still wuz wide XV ol man In de Amenpew aMnpln by her side Twuz Glory halMulal wed htm de whole day long But I felt wufs dan Ills tlncln laTc aI seepaw In a Bong 1 But one day ween de preacher preach I his longer an hi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

i4i 1 w 4 r i I DLrylj g < 04 i AN IMPROVISED ROLLER flan tut OUf llhlrla IIs Ilecn 1e ii etlu uIrRII Kalrfactluu II IUIr ji Jr one coon afford orll III not eu n lultut 10 buy n rolllr here III n pia n ULtdl l I With much ruIlMfllClon I have fm n d 11 to tJn 1II111l1lIIr lIJrk In mtg111n K clod II tlt ttg yunng torn land etc I olle 1 sand hr which II smooth ire e IIOMSMAD ItOItlm from knots jlid and htnvr Inch Iron Imig are driven In at eorli end fhmr 0 ififlM bate a steed head no that the ijc inch waBtllnc which Is 211 fr cttut Itpg may III held terurrly In place To the end of earn senntllni 1s n short haln shunt one foci long to hitch houses to KiMtui checks on tram and to ahtnd Cut the wantllnc JonRir at lowtr ripe and in going down hill it will srrajH on the around and not run on the InrnJ W Stevens In Inrm and Hume ROADS AT ST LOUIS Preldrnl ec lalllIn Poulos rimik fur llttillill mill a heal lulrruHlliiiint Iuateallau Prrsldint n U Francis of the St Louts Kxpmltlon committee...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 October 1903

PI i1VR t1IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHHIHIII Berea and Vicinity f j f 1GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1 1 1 1JIHIIIIIHIIIIIHIHIIIIIHIHIIHI I Ida Hayden is now able to be out aaini Grover Fish is ut last able to b e out though still very weak I Mrs A Crawford has returned from a two weeks visit with friends in Ohio At the recent election for trustee of school district No 29 Colored James A West was reelected by a good majority Mr and Mrs M L Spink and two small children came last Thurs day for a visit with Mrs Spiuks par ents Mr and Mrs Joseph Butdette Mrs L F Tuttle of tho Probation ollice Boston Mass and Mrs Bar rows a writer of note were Berea vis itors the past week tho guests of the College The election for trustee of school district Xo 1 in Berea Colored reo suited in the electionof George Hoff man over Alfred Titus by a majority of IB IBMr Mr and Mrs H B Jones of Cin cinatti arrived Saturday night and are bring entertained this week by Mrs Jones parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson HansonKev...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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