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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1900

SUBSCRIBEI THE CAN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY I uu 60c a Tear Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 10 c a hw I p VOL I BERKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 IJOO NO 36 I THE CITIZENI TOPASCOI KIIITOIt unit MANAOKIl IliblUhoil at the office of TIIK GITIZI2H llorwu Ky Ktttrttl at tAe Iottofla nt tttrtn Ay n < tetmul cJAI III r With tho present number of the CITIZEN tlio Editor T 0 deco roo signs hia pOHition and leaven today for Madison Wis where ho him no cpled n position in a largo book publishing house In leaving I doairo to thauk nil I friends for thor kiudtiosa in tho past and good wishes for tho future und to any that I shall romcinhor grate fully all such pornona It la nocdlnan to nay that I shall tubs Boron and her people but my courso HCCIDS a wise one and I am honest und Hincore in my convictions With best wishes for Boron und with faith that tho principles of Boron College for which John O Fro und many othore undur wl great himlsuipH and for which n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1900

THE CITIZEN T Q PASCO Editor and Itanaeer BEBEA I KENTUCKY The attempt to ostracise and isolate the consumptive has extended to school teachers A movement has been made further to exclude all infectious thlldren Paris All the funerals in Paris arc con ducted by a single syndicate which has a licensed monopoly of the bush ness There is n regular tariff of ofI rates a first class funeral costing 12000 and a cheap or ninth class 5 All armies are liable to night scares which at times almost amount to n panic On one occasion n British regi ment in India marching over the ghautit on its return from maneuvers nt Chinchwud was thrown into tempo rary confusion by the bolting of a couple of pack oxen laden with cook ing pots are being used in Aus tralia for the sake of their webs the filaments of which arc made into thread for balloons They are light er than silk and when woven lighter than canvas Each traantula yields from 20 to 40 yards of lllaincnt of which eight twisted together form a si...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1900

yw BOERS RETREATING 3en Cronjcs Forces Moving North ward Toward Dloemfonteln HIP hoer Will llvlileiill Try < Cut Off Lord ItiilirrlN lint of Miiiilr ThroiiKli DtAnr Willed Just fio Im Very Ini > urlniit London IVb 17Th following nrMogo IIIIM been rnclvtil lit thu Will > lllvp from Lord ItoberlHt Jneobsdal Feb 17 French with n tome of nrtlllory cnvnlry and mount + Nl Infantry rcachcil KlinlKrley hint riiiirMluy evening JacoliMlal Fih 10 vln Modder IIhrUcli Cronjc with 10000 men In In full ret rent toward Illoemfon Icln Gen KellyKenny IK lighting a rear guard action ami Imrasulng the ret real realThe The Boers arc reported to be leave lug Spytfontcln going 11111 northwest erly direction Tim linen captured a Itirgn convoy UK n rennlt of yesterday lighting nt Kiel river The llrlllfth caKiialllcd were compar ntlvely Blight In view of the tremen dour bonilmnlnicnt IXHK limn 30 men were wounded and but one killed London Feb 17Ihe Chronicles second edition thin morning ling the fol...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1900

The Counties I Clay County CountyOgle Ogle Wm Swafford has a new supply of goods goodsTwo Two of tho mormons preached near hero Sunday Thos Smith moved to Gooso Creek last week John Jourdau and Miss Mary Woods wero married recently William Jourdan and wife visited I relatives hero Sunday Mr King a feather renovator has I moved near here recently I Wm Means sold his farm to But ler Smith who moved last week weekI Onedia Robert Hacker has returned from Richmond fromI B P Burns purchased fine mule muleI last week Mrs Dan Burns and family have j been very ill for the past few days Mr and Mrs John Combs little child died roceutlrI Several workings have taken place I I hero recently W I Roberts and Henry Burns i BurnsI las come home from Berea on a aI visit I Prof Burns and Rev McMurry I have gone to Louisville to work up money for the Baptist school Burning Springs Dr Geo Lucas is away on business Robert McCollum moved to Burn ing Springs recently J D Kawlings has been very sick the past...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1900

II I e e SUBSCRIBE l L NN TODAY NffNNNNNfNNNN J I roJkBla L 23iO roJkBlai CITIZEN FIq I r AN INDEPENDENT i INDEPENDENTWEEKLY J j L WEEKLY j < 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 cat I IVOL VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1100 NO no THE CITIZEN IublUhed at the office at TIIK CITIZEN Heron Ky lItltml at Ute ItMlofflet at flfrm Ay aI uvonJ dan malt natter General News Tim SluU encampment of llio 0 A II will Ira hold in Lancaster uuxt Muy 21th and 25111 I L J McCormick tho groat reaper manufacturor died in Jhicago rUe I con tty centlyTho Tho Doinocnilio National Conven Ion will bo hold ut Kaunas City July 4th Dr Lajlio K Kooloy inventor of I the Koloy Cure for liquor habits died in Loi Angolos Cal recently Prof E It Bayer director of the Chicago Institute of Pedagogy and well known in educational circles died Saturday SaturdayCopt Copt W T Harris Republican representative from Madison county I who has boon ill for sovornl week ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1900

THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor and Manager = BERK KENTUCKY r A new IconoclnM in Philadelphia baa opened n crusade agninM the fre quent use of the word the In liter ary compositions He counted Its rep etitions on the editorial page of a Philadelphia paper and found 157 in 1628 words In the news column the proportion was 73 to 707 Writing on the decline of the French language M Jean 1lnot points out that tit the erd of the last century French was the language sin ken by the largest number of civilized people whereas it now stands fourth Kngllsh is spoken by 110000000 Illin ium by 85000000 ionium by SOOOO 000 and French by SS000000 There Is a peculiar sect known as Zionists in Ontario Canada The car dlnal doctrine of their creed Is that hogs are possessed by devils and should be killed The Zionist farmers In some instances have jolucd togeth er driven all their hogs into one place and there killed them in no instance allowing any of the meat to be used as food foodA A raining company at ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1900

r TIDE SUNDAY SCLOOL Lesion In the InhrnUnualllrrIN fin March 4 IllOIIJein llml Inn In Cnprrnnniii Prepared by Hector C Ierilngton 1 ITim Till II HON TKXT Mak Mil U 321 I And they went Into Capernaum ant iirilKhIwny on the HHbbntli diy II en tired Into the synagogue and taught t r And they wrre nilonlihril Hi Ilia doc trine for lie tiuiKlil them na one tlml had tuihorlty and not nit the ncrllin 30 And forthwith when they were come nut of the synnKCKiie they entered Into the house of Hlinon and Andrew wllh wllhJnm al Hut Blmoni wifes mother liy tick of n fever and nnon they tell Mini of her 31 And lie came and took her h y the hind and lifted her up and Immediately the fever loft tier and ahi nilnUtertil unlo them themtt tt ArM at even when the ton did net Ihey brought unto Him nil that were dla rated and them Ihol were i > oiit etd with withtlnl k 3 Ami all the city wai gathertd together togetherI II And lie healed many that ivere iilek of divert illteasm nnd rOIl out many dev de...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1900

i x rA A Letter from Rilc DEAR CITIZEN I want to toll you about my goin to school When I wuz a boy things want like they air now i The little roundlog schoolhouse I over on Hollfersartin Crook hada dirt floor an us kids could roll in an out nt tho cracks an tho teacher ml hit at us liko hittin at a lizard on tho fenceIn In school timo wo all spolt out loud an wo made a noise wussn a rattle trap Sometimes tho teacher would go to sleep an wed have a big time i But we got our old blro back Websters Spellin Book by heart i Hit wuz all tho book we had At recess wed play mumle peg i an run fox races Every one at wuz kneehigh to a duck wuz achaw in backer backerOno Ono time a new feller come to school an Abe Jones said Whats yer name i Putldfnu tamo nst mo agin an yoH hear the same 1111 knock you from Hollfersartin to Kingdom Come that wuz the name o the creek he lived on Abe said an ho did whop him but AboI boy told him that ho come in a inch o not doin hit We wuz too mean to Tarn then an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 March 1900

I 1 I L SUBSCRIBE TODAY I i ATHE CITIZENEAN r AN INDEPENDENT i WEEKLY WEEKLYL J OOc a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c i Teu lOOt TeuI a VOL I HEK12A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1000 NO 38 THE c TIZENI Published at the ofllce ol THIS GITIZKX Heron Ky KnlfTfit at the Pottnjtft nt Item Ay o irtonj riche m4U matter General News Win Hunt nil old mid troll known riwidont of Mitdinou county thud Feb runty JTith Thu only elks of btisinuHs inoti who ought to bo opposed to lilt Anti Cigarotto Hill aro tho undurtukura It Is said that u guard hnK boon atntionud nt Waco to prevent tit I 3 uproiul of that nrruptiou prevalent in that neighborhood Prof Freer professor of chcmihtry in tho University of Michigan will deliver n lucturu on liquid air nt Louisville March IHh The railroads will give rinincod rates from Rich aloud I co in Hiiiil to boa scarce commodity in Switzerland and sold in extremely small jimntitieH When it coin en to refrigmtiou the Yank...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 March 1900

THE CITIZEN T G PASCO Editor mil Manacer 11KREA KKWTUCIY b p 7nthU t b yr t r v I b u Ib MARCH1900 Sun Mon Tue WedIThur Fri Sat wedIThur = 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 JO 1 11 12 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ft 25 26 2i 28129 30 3J 4 A W R l g14t w IiI 1 ti Every Boer who s able to carry n gun is fighting in the Transvaal In n recent battle a Boer boyonly 12 years old was taken prLoner by the British He lad been in the thickest of the fight and had both legs broken by a bullet Since the Rockefellers share of tin Standard Oil Companys dividends gives him nu income of 33000000 near year from that source alone Mr Car negies statement that the oil king is the richest man in the world still holds good despite the remnrks of Mr Krlck which credit the iron king with only 24500000 a year The Twentieth century will have about 3SO eclipses the solar being to the lunar in about the ratio of four to three For the first time in any calendar year since 1823 the year 1035 will have seven eclipses the larg...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 March 1900

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL f Lesson In the Infrrnnllnnnl Sent for Jlnrcli It llMMT1ic Iliralrlla I I e a I eat Prepared by Hector C Lenlngton Till LESSON TEXT Mark 2312 I And they cnme unto Him bringing one nick ot the paliy which was borne of tour 4 Anil when they could not como nigh unto Him for the press they uncovered the roof where lie was and when they had broken It up they let down the bed wherein the Iok of the patxy lay 5 When Jeiui IIaw their faith He nald unto the tick of the paliyt Son thy slirs be forgiven thee C Hut there were certain of the scribes sitting there and reasoning In their hearts T Why doth thin man thus speak bias phemlea who can forelvo sine but Ood only S And Immediately when Jesus perceived In Ills spirit that they no reasoned within Ihemietvei lie nald unto them Why rea ton ye these things In your hearts II Whether is It easier to nay to the tick of the poliyi Thy ulna bo forgiven the e or to ayl Arise and take up thy bed and wnlk 10 Hut that ye may know that ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 March 1900

The Counties Madison County West Union J E Parsons is visiting relatives inI Jackson County C C Blanton has built an addition to his dwelling Rev J 0 Parson has returned from tho mountains where ho has been preaching for more than a week D C Alcorn has gone to Drip Rock to superintend the building of a dam in South Fork creek Capt J M Thomas is having the work done W C Parsons has bought eight acres of land joining what he al ready owned Ho is buying lumber to put up n dwelling There must be something in this gilrs Dreyfus One case of smallpox is reported hereMrs Mrs Emily Pennington is ill at her homeMyrtle Myrtle tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 D Barnes is very ill J S Ogg sold to James Combs ten head of hogs at 375 per hundred Mrs W T Rose is dangerously ill with consumption and her recovery is doubtful doubtfulO O D Barnes who for the past six months has been in Oakdalc is now at home with his family Miss Rhoda Pennington left last week for a two months stay with her sister ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 March 1900

r SUBSCRIBEI I NNNNNNNNNNNINHN TODAY iJ c L 1 THE CITIZEN 50c i Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a Tar I YeuI VOL I BEHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAIiCH 14 1900 NO 39 THE CITIZEN Piiblliheil at the ofllcc ol THIi CrnKN Iteren Ky Knlerfit al the Pmlojlft nl nrtr Aya < ittoml flat IMUItr IDEAS Spring lorin opunn today good idea to Ira on hand promptly Head our farm Home on the Inul page and plan to gut more out of tho land than over before thm your Tho Lightning will ntriko Mar UHh Tho tleornxl Icctnro by Prof Favour illustrated by much expen II ito nppnratun will Ixo given that night1I May I ho thoro to neo Ono woman has made forty dollar by tho product of hur loom Hold to lieroa College for tho cxiucation of lier children Hotter raino a good crop of flax thin year and keep your wool for tho factory at tho fireside The Spring Term of Bcrca Col loge opens March 14th Thoro will bo a continuous track ors Itifltituttt for young people who doniro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 March 1900

r V THE CITIZEN TO PASCO lidltorauil nnacr llEfl1 A KEXITCKY An American woman living in Ma nlln writes that the two greatest lIeI privations that she nnd her American friends have to undergo JUT fresh fruit und sweet milk iiort1 Is no berry ol nny sort to be haul mill no sinnll fruit There are plenty of bananas but they have nn insipid taste The present population of the pro vlnce of Tunises 1eru is 5000 souls In nad contract with its forpur pros writyvhen 100 miles of canal un cither bank of hat river furnished oc cupation for 80000 agriculturists alone est igiS of roads and aque ducts are found throughout the coun try ft Senator Harrln a member of the commit tee on privileges and elections rarely speaks out Jn liieetiiifr Pays pass without a comment falling from the lips of the Kansas statesman lie IK said to be even taciturn iitnonp his close friends Senator Harris was born In London county Ya and way graduated at Columbian college The population of India is about four times tha...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 March 1900

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lessiin In stir Inlfrnnlhinsil Serle tsP Miirrli 1101 IIMIO Jrsiis nl InllluMv House Prtiiarnl by lleclor C enlngton TIIU IK8SON TIXT MurU 2t3fl 13 And Us ntnl forth ARnln by the BPO lite nnd nil i tt mililliitle rciorlrtl unto Him anil ll nngln them II And sq llr pa 4tI by He aaw Lev Ihe acn of Alphcun sitting at the reo cilpt of cuiium and said unto him 11 low me And ho arote und followed Him Ii Anil It came lo psntn that an Jeiu ml at mral In hla hounc many publican tiNt sinner ssi also toctiher with Jems IInl ills dlielplea for there were many and they folunet Him 10 And when Ihe ncrlties nnd Pharlstta paw Him with pulillcnna ami slntifri they Mil unio Ills dliclpteni How Is It trial lit ealtih and drlnlieth with publican a1 lnnfol1l1 17 When Jmus heard It lie sallh unto them Thry ilml are whole have no net < i of the phyiriclan hut they that nre tick I mm not in call this righteous but sinner In rtpenianee It Aril ill dlnclplta or John and of the Plmrlsve u...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 March 1900

The Close of the Term I < rea Collego closed perhaps the most successful term in its history by a public exhibition on Wednesday night March 7th The exercises wen in charge of Prof L V Dodgo and tho B Rhetorical Class Tho music was au interesting feature and to bo commended for its variety as well as its excellence Tho A > Choral Class and tho two Glee Clubs were greatly enjoyed while the clos ing duet by Prof and Mrs Lodwick was n piece of raro excellence The exercises throughout were of unusual merit showing thought and being do 1 livered in n natural aud earnest man ner I nerW D Mellvaino of Oak Park Ill spoke earnestly on Tin Responsibil ity of Young Americans Helen 1f Hankins of Pawnee City Neb read a graceful essay on The Influence of Music Mary E Merrill of Berea roada thoughtful piece on What Woman Owes lo Christianity Marion Frederick of Ogle Ky gave an original poem entitled Suab lin on Squabblo Creek which was thoroughly appreciated by the au dienceCharles Charles B...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 March 1900

SUBSCRIBE l L TO D AYt > j ell BOc a Yen VOLt IIIIH I 1 THE CiTIZEN ro rnb1Wi4a thu bmce nlI I TUB OITIZIJN I Ilereu Kjf frtteretl al VK y > nfee nil Itrrfi fty a4 itoM trfIallur IDEAS t r i j tt r Even an enemy is goal for Homo thing if ho tolls you your faults Dont wait until tho train has gono before starting for tho station It is more important to be a good and smart person than to teem to ho suchIt It is far bottor to laugh over what you have than to cry over what you have not A thief gets something for his sins but a profane swearer servos tho dev il for naught Do a good thing steadily until it becomes u habit habits may help as well as hinder Tho more wo do tho moro wo can do the moro busy we are tho moro leisure wo havo Hazlitt Tha habit of looking on the best side of every mont is worth moro than a thousand pounds a year Johnston Thoroaro n good many now stub dents at Berea this Spring term If you arc not too wise already you had better come and join them Foreign News...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 March 1900

THE CITIZEN TOPASCO Editor and Vnnajcr HEREA KENTUCKY Irgin1a The post office building ton Virginia Ban Diego county Cal is made of an old piano box It has been decided that some change must be made by our army In its smokeless powder Numerous tests have well illustrated the fact that the powder now used Is extreme ly dangerous being made nearly en tirely of nitroglycerin A new instance of electric street railways being used for freight pur poses is found in Cleveland 0 where stone is being hauled from a quarry right miles distant Fifteen thousand pounds capacity freight cars are used nnd the work is done after the close of the passenger traflie u Philadelphias Baptist temple has been placed on the tax list despite the exemption of church property be cause it was giving promiscuous en tertainments in the church building to which admission was had by the purchase of tickets which were on sale to the public just as tickets to any other secular entertainment are offered ranch There is ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 March 1900

q n FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS 11JiIi i1lrat Session WimlilnRton Mnrch lOBenftteTJio lip lomntlc npproprlallun mil wan pamucl with it tow minor nmcnilniriitii than of OIPKO wall the strIkIng out the provision for H > n lonlnK cxquecn Illluoknlanl of Ha malnlalnedthnt that IL would establish a danccroui preco dlnt dpnllouseThe thebill bill providing a government for hawaii on April s the Html veto to bo taken April B at I ii m Conililirntlon of the > e Young election content won rrsutnod rllllmdRnd and occupied the remainder of the IIn Mon Washington March i8eniiteDurlnc nlmoit the entire 1111111011 oC the Henalu 1I00rIn In a ulieurilon of the Ililllpplno question lie went decjily Into tho constitutional lihaurM of the mention Ills Hntuinvnt win OPIIOIto to holding or the Ihllllplnu IIlhtylx IIlhtylxIrhnte lou < vKor the second time within n IIk llouna soil a Itpubllcan seated In his 1 hllIneo tromtho thu Hrconil V rslnla ll trlct The vote VoloWilli Republican voted with the Democr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 March 1900

Dumb Animals Our Dumb Animals n Magazine published by tho American Human Education Society for March con tains tho following statement WO think no one can doubt tho import ance of humane odncation and Baud of Mercy in tho schools of Kentucky This is only too true and every day we BOO small and unhealthy mule and horses beaten to mako pull load that are entirely too heavy even for smooth roads say nothing of tho deop mud on our streets the past few months Is an animal a machine tin wear of which is only pecuniary ex penseT Just because a man is poo r in earthly goods gives him no license to mistreat and misuse a disabled an imal than has a man of wealth Thi Humane Socioty has officers place in different cities and localities in America who take animals away from those who mistreat them and then I have been cases right here on our streets in which such officers would I have shown their authority Let us use our influence in this matter and everybody old or young who want I to do a kind...

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