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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 March 1900

N1NNrN1rNNNNNNNNNNINNNNN N 1 SUBSCRIBE i NNININLNLNLLLLNN1 TODAY r noc a Year VOL L THE CITIZEN PublUhcxl at the offlco ol TIII GITmiH Boron ICy Entrrrit all Iotlajlft at ATM Ay at irtond dui mnllmatltr 1 IDEASI Inictico BOinctiinua tnnkoH a por feel nuitmncu An vo ndvnnca in life wo learn tho limits of our nbiliticn Froduo Men uro deceived about nothing RO I much HH about their motivon Sign bonnls nru good during the journey It Is thu art of life not to carry thorn about alter tho journey Truth i H moral dynamite can lx put down safely enough but can be thrown down only with an explosion Foreign News I Quran Viclorin iH contemplating i visit to Iroliiml I Thu iritinh losses in tho war up to the present time lire nearly 10500 German nuwnpapun arc quito op posixl to allowing any Boors to onto German Southwest Africa in cast England should annex the Transvaal Dispatches nay there is n most tin friendly fooling between tho flours of tho Trnnsvnul and thoso of tin Orange Freo State Tho ...

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 March 1900

THE CITIZEN TO PASCO Editor and Moonzcr HKKKA KKNWCKY Hoys In Nebraska carry when htint In8a coil of hose about an inch in diameter which they pay out down a rabbit hole until the bottom is rench ed meanwhile drawing the month of n pack over tho hole A cheerful shout down the hose brings the ruts bit out nt his best pace plump into the sack One of the latest German inventions Is beer lozenges These are made of the powder obtained by evaporating lager beer and contains nil the inure dients of this popular beverage The only needful thing to turn them Into n sparkling ale IB to dissolve them In some water to which some carbonic acid gas has been added A porcelain factory in Graefenthnl Germany has received an order from England for 5000 dozen figures repre senting a wounded British soldier with bandaged head standing up erect gun in band ready to face the approaching enemy despite his wounds A second order is for n num ber of British sailote standing by their guns pointed at the enemy ...

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 March 1900

THE PLACR FOR A POOR M Ml Alnmcdn X W T Cnnmln Doe S2rcl 1800 Mr II Dm Ir Cunmlinn iovcniiiicnl ARCIII HI 1niil inn Dcnr SIr 1 I promisee you nlionl two j en rkiitfo Unit nt MIMIC future IIlIIe 1 would let you Know wlml I tlioufjl of VMrrn Jnnuiln nnil tlicclmnciKof R poor niiin making II Ktiirt nnil Kiippnrt liiff n finiillj ill tunic time v > will wrld n few fnclH roiiiMriiliif my own cxpc rlinee till print 8t inonlliK nnil wlitit I Ii ii e ilonc n fly nlilrlioillctl limn can do Iirovltlol In will work I left Trnvere country Mnrcli 2011 1ROS liinilnl In Alninnln nt titian Hi 8IM with 1SS In my porlict n MrmiKcr tun nmoiiK utrniifjirn and vlicn my fnmlly ciinu In Oct IfiOS my niyi to pay frriht on hr lInn I wlllllIIa clilnp n ml clotlim nnit bwl I com rnrnrol work Mtirrli SStliiilso innclr vii I ry for tmmrnlrnil name day tin niiin 1 ktiirtrd work for loaning mo 13 in pay rnlruncr fee and I linn earned nr nt leant received URI In wages MIHM Ilieii and him been Idle at leant 2 mo...

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 March 1900

Virginia Sketches BV A SOJOURNED Scott county Virginia is tho second county from Cumberland Gap and joins Tennesseo Tho best part of tho county is in the Clinch Valley which lies in the center This valley is bounded on the south side by the Clinch Mountains Almost nil of it can be cultivated and most of it is under cultivation yet many people I would not care to cultivato it The Geology of the valley is very peculiar When old Ocean held full sway over all that region a terrible convul sion of the interior of the earth made a groat rent in tho crust in lino with tho general trend of the Appalachian I Mountains On the north west side of this fault the strata of rock is I almost level but on the south east sido I the strata inclines about 35 degrees 1 to the southeast Because of this edgewise position of the rock all the rainfall penetrates tho earth instead of running off in branches It is n peculiar sight to seo vast areas of land without a single rivulet and without any visible outl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 April 1900

N NN NNNNNNNINN NN N 1 NN SUBSCRIBEI jN N NNNNN NNN N N1 N NNN 50c I Year VOL I THE CITIZEN ruUUhcd at the omee of TI i JCC L 5 f II Bran Ky tnlereJ ai On ltoffltt at nuns Ay IU sere III clew maU mater IDEAS lie that goes a borrowing returns n sorrowing Its an easy matter to ignoro an in I stilt ahnod at somebody also If a man has pluck and action ho c will always find tho means and ways sometimes happens that while a man is watching his onemioa his friends get tho bout of him Foreign News Nearly fivo million people in India are receiving regular aid Turkoy has prohibited tho impor tation of American pork Sin witch makers aro combining to protect thomsolron from American competition Tho Arabs havo suffered a severe defeat by n French force at Inrahr in I tho Sahara Desert 1 Tho wheat crop in India has suffer I ed to tho extent of 10 to CO million dollar on account of tho drouth Winston Churchill in a dispatch from Capo Town recommends a gee crows and forgiving policy towards tho rob...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 April 1900

i THE CITIZEN TO PASCO Kdltor and Manager HKltKA KEXTtCKY ahlG lfr s11hJi A APRIL J900 9 SunMinTuilWidThurl Frl I Sit I 2 3 4 5 6 7 89J J 2 3I I4fc J5J6 17 18 19 2 j 21 f 115 23 24 25 26 27 1 28 C It 29 30 I i If i IIlI li lIlIlIiIiIliM Lucchenl the murderer of KmprcsH Elizabeth Is npniu in solitary conliuc ment lie tried to stab the superin tendent of the prison where he is con fined with a sharp Instrument he had made out of n ran opener The rea son for the attack was the refusal of unusual privileges Hinvnllnns cnll their either islands IJnhywyee we say llalivyce Oth er proper ways of giving well known Hawaiian names are Uahhu 110 nolulu Mowno Maul how nye Kanai Neehou Niihau Hcclo Hilo IiOiyna Iiihiilnn Knhhnh In Kohala Vowels are as In Italian and deserves much care Hawailans pay little attention to consonants u The colonization season has opened promisingly in the south and Indus trial agents say the year will be n record breaker for inmilprntioii Many new mills and fnetorica ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 April 1900

> Tvvih Mode from Pnper Teeth of tapier n > lie are the lat st la dentistry liy a peculiar process they He rendered better than any other material Paper teeth may be fine but we will venture that host people prefer thtlr own and this may bye l II arMInihell by kee ring the stpnucli faultily with Hosteller Stomach StomachlIiltrr flit Iera The rnnilitinn of the stomach in variably ailed the teeth The Jliltlto will strengthen your ttomach cure dyspepsia and biliousness I No Wonder Mr llmrltril 11 A eotniiirrrial traveler whore wife in one of throe women who borrow trouble iniliv eriininalcly hail urrauon to make a trip mil rerently IIiWill wan very anxious about him and felt certain that he would fall a victim to niallox which wan reported to be preva tenlellt Itrgid him 10 carrya little lump of atnfetidl in tin pocket lo ward on contagion Naturally he objected and positively re hued lo lie nude the permanent abode of such a persistent odor otlorWhrn When he ranie borne from hit ...

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

Virginia Sketches I3v A SOJOUBSEH Continual from last twclt Farming in tho Clinch Valley is profitable compared with the price of land which ranges from ten to thirty five dollars per aero Tho farmer are generally prosperous Although they do not have a convenient mar hot caltlo raising brings in the most ready money They aro too far front corn and wheat markets to raise moro of thoso cereals than they need for homo uso They generally raise ono crop of corn and then sow wheat or winter oats The latter is sown in September and seldom fails to mako a good crop After wheat or oats they sow clover By this rotation of crops they are improving their lands Where the inclined strata of limestone crops out and on the very steep land they secure a set of blue grass for permanent pastures and Como of these pastures are excellent In some fields where one fourth of the surface is rock the pasture oxcells much of the pasture in the famed blue grass regions of our state On many of the fields there ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 April 1900

I 1NN1NN NNNNNN 4 NN L SUBSCRIBE TODAY J j NN NNNNNIIINNNIIIII NNNNNIIINNNIIIIITHE CITIZENr r AN INDEPENDENT t i L WEEKLY 1 50c a Year Devoted to the Interests of < the Home School and Farm 60 c a Tear I 43I VOL 1 UlSUHA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WKDNKSDAY AIMIIL 11 1JOO NO 43 THE CITIZEN I FnMiiiHMi at ttiu nape oi Ill 1C CITIKN llorcii Ky SHtrrvt al IV rHl flrt < rf lima AN n anwd t1us ca 41 UI DBAS New w till time to Mart a good garden Mnku largo pliuiH for fanning this Hprintj you urn not likely to do any thing grout without planning for it Experience COIIIOM high but you neednt toll your neighbors what it CONtftKeren Keren College linn IMMMI ulile to Hull all tin homespun cloth nnil bed covers that have IMJOII brought in tho pnst whiter and in runty to pay cash for twice an much mom If you want HOIIIO money just mine steno flux save your wool repair your loom and show what yon can do Bring nomo of your work to tho Fair of Fireside In dustrie on Commencemet Day Juno 6thRuv1V...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 April 1900

AN AIRCASTLE I built a house In my youthful dreams In a tunny and pleasant nook Where I might listen the whole day lour To the voice of the gurgling brook A cottage with wide and airy rooms And broad and shining floors A house with the hidden charms of home And the freedom of outofdoors Fair morningglories climb and Moon At will by the eastern eaves And on the doorstep and window sill The roses shake their leaves And fair old fashioned lilacs toss Their purple plumage high While honeysuckles drop their sweets On every passerby Down at the end of a pleasant path Ii a group of evergreen trees Pine and hemlock and spruce and fir With their spicy fragrances And sweetest picture of calm content That mortal ever saw Under a lowboushed apple tree Ii a beehive made of straw I have pictured It all a hundred tlmce I shall do It a hundred more But I never shall own the pleasant homo With the roses over the door Never a dream of mine came true It Is Fates unbending law I never shall see the app...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 April 1900

THE CITIZEN TVU 1ASCO Kdltoruiul Vunazer 1 DEfIJA KINTI ticY r3l v ldI yl y APRIL1900 Sun Mon Tue Wed i Thurj Fri i Sat r lj2 31 4S 617 i 8i9 10 STili 314 15l6 7181920 21 1 I 21 23 2425i26 27 28 I 293OHc 29 293O r E If IIIllf 7IPli l Rj j I1 1 Ills lilhin IlInkcNlev of furry Inf who hUll been iimUr mrdical treat infill for yeurH for coiiKiimptioii roughed 111 colliir button the other day unit In rnpldly recovering Sir Vllllnm Metormae mid nevera other London MirgeoiiN who xoluii teercd for Mrvlec In South Afrtcu lire drawing pay nt the rate of 125000 n year nplicr JhoiiKh Iho auto mn not recoup them for what they would iiirn In London It IH fur III PXOMH ol tiny Milnry heretofore paid any army medical olleer Aeeonllng to u conipllntfon mode by the land olllrc of the stare of Will Ington 15K4S itouiiro mllev III 111111 Mate un originally covered with inerehiintalilu timber fur erne hiinloek aid spruce Oiullfth of thlr area him breiiniviiged by lire say per rent him been rut and the r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 April 1900

Locals Two Mormon Elders held two or three meetings at West Union school hou e last week but tho people mndo nlRdoI things n little warm for them and I they loft I Subscribers should watch the date I stamped on their papers opposite their names to see when their 511hI scription expires and theywill save I themselves and ns much Iroubln by paying up promptly hyI John D Kofkefollcr has confirmed his gift of SOOOOOO lo the University of Chicago the trute3s having ob tained nn equal amount from other sources The total endowment of tho I university is now S11000X0 There is much interest being taken in baseball this year and some good games may bo expected There will I I be a game next Friday afternoon I and everybody is urged to como out I and do what they can to encourage elllouragej tho boys The Normal Exhibition nt the Chapel last Tuesday evening was well attended and a good program was well rendered Tho many comments we havo heard shows that everyone was much interested and pleased 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. — 18 April 1900

t 1 t SUBSCRIBE l L TODAY I THE CITIZEN BOc a Year Deleted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm I ell II VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 NO I F THE CITIZEN Fulillihetl at the office ol TUB CITIZEN Heron ItI I Snbrrit nllM PoUofflrt at term Ay M trcond etna nullnailer I IDEAS Uuloss a man in Hlncoro ho can nev or bo a hero in hw own iwtiiimlion Till IAUOKK IIIA Kit At Ant I prayed fur Unlit CouM I but we the way low uUilljr iwlflljr wronM I walk Toererliutluir day And next 11I1Ieol for ilroiiRtli i Tint I inlRlil tread the mad Wllli firm imMUTln lent mid win Tho lira rrM wrcno able Ami then I asks l for Faith CauM I lull trot my lot Id lire rnloMrd In Ills peace Though foes were all abroad But now I pray for lore Htiep lore til Oml and in an A Urine love that will not tall lIowenr dark Hit plan And Light and strength ami lulls Are opening every where Owl only walloil for mo till I prayr < l the larger prayer Edna Ikitn Cheney Foreign News The Ia...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 April 1900

THE CITIZEN TU PASCO Editor and ilannger NKUKA KENTUCKY Frequently at Modeler river jnen soaped their khaki clothes und dhrd into the river for n swim without un dressing thus washing their clothes amid refreshing themsehcs ut the same timeFruit Fruit farms are being diveloped in the south lu one place in Noith Car olina there lire stinwberry farms nt fifty acres The berries are large The peach orchard are being cult1 vatcd Several lelno of fruit are be ing raised mid the cntcrMrUcii htvu been very succensful The HamburgAmerican Ktcamcr Deutschland recently launched at the Vulcan yards In SUttin will be nrxt to the largest passenger re set afloat She is expected tc be the fast hi craft ever propelled by jteJin mill will contain features never before at tempted on an ocean titcu uship Gen Ilotha proiouuced ltoata II n farmer and modestly claims to know more about sheep reining than ire does about lighting He Is only 30 years of age and almost easy year of that time he has spent in ra...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 April 1900

THE PALLID MAN QUAILS II Wna I10 to Him unit Ills goal tans Flllril with Terror Hut He IKCniiril It II up to yon now The paid man turned more pallid and gated wildly around for an nvrmie of tt tape IVniiylviiiia avenue or any oilier old avenue They were clout It la up to you how The pallid man wondered why 1rof Of borne after tonricting lalinllIx hid Jolne down to Vmhitiinn potthaste on onthe IrorrllltIim was mi to him lie thought of Ida crimes std Ina knees shook in a manner that n cunt hake luie turn gates when ahe shakes her tangled WMh alter dl1t up 11 sofa tlillow and one soft couch fl811 reduced It It up to you now murderIt It was u dark night The place long hidthown thrown his writhing victim 1 VOIIIIR and andI1C0UilIIII iKwutiliil maiden cat tied in the mltnni specially prriwrml Jliwplmrus bag the pierc lug shriek till dying young rrcaturctliriekcd haunted him slut And now ther were hunt hunLiUlllnr ing for IIm It it up to you new tnr 111 sake what WhatYllllr Uiir necktie tp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 April 1900

The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices t Everybody knows the Place Bicknell Li Earlys Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes GROCERIES The Freshest and Best See Us See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy t BEREA KENTUCKY = April Forecastsi Tho baby buds upon the trees are rocking in the gentlo breeze while on Uu wing the honey bees tako chances ef another freeze tho housewife plants I her early peasbut pardon me Ill late to sneeze The cruel winters gone at last and days of snow and ice are past no IiBOte well feel the chilling blast no ore tho clouds will forecast for spring is hiking hither fustId Led my flannels if I dast I Tho robins in tho ochard sing and I Surly make the welkin ring tho little lambs dont do a thing but jump and I dance tho Highland fling tho swall lows now are on the wing Ive got I to eneeza again by jiugl Tho balmy vernal breeze that blows I baa melted all tho winter snows the maiden dons her Ea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 April 1900

4 I JJt I a i e NNNNNNN11NNNNNNININNINNTHE i L NNNNNNN11NNNNNNININNINN TODAY J a I j THE CITIZEN rrA PROCLAMATION OF 1 ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made c CLOTHING I 1 i I IC arc prepared to cloth you with the Lowestpriced rightly made absolutely allwool Clothing In America Rightlymade as It U of famous Vitals Brand 1 the only wearClothing Tailored on strictly scientific rants In clean well I I ventilated workrooms Perfect tilting and wear reahting berauw the Inside the I I Vital1 the very life of the garment Ii carefiilneM In making represents the ezI jiendllure of time and thought and U a decided contrail to the tailoring aecn In I ordinary reeilylo wear Clothing The Fabric that we how are the very newest I I ilentiou that will be aecn thla MaMin Many confined exclusively to tu In the face ofI the above facts The most extraordinary feature combining onr great offer Ii that we I can and do tell our Clothing at LESS MONEY J Than elsewhere Uo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 April 1900

+ KEEP TO THE RIGHT KffP to the rl hlls the law of the road Make It n law of your moral code In whatsoeer you determine to do Follow the road of the Good and the True Follow and fear not by day and by night Up bill or down hill keep to the right Doubt will assail jou temptation wilt woo Keep to the right for the right Is the true Doubt Is a traitor temptation n shame A heart that la honest a life without blame Will rank you far higher In worth and re nown Than the grandest of kings wth his seep ter and crown Keep to the right In the Journey of life There li crowding and jostling trouble and strife The weak will succumb to the bold and the 1 strong And many go under and many go wrong He will acquit himself best In the tight Who shirks not his duty and keeps to the right Keep to the right and lie night will keep you 18 touch and accord with the Good and the True These are the best things In life after all They make It worth living whatever befall And Death has no terrors when he comes...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 April 1900

I Stomach Troubles SpringArc 1atcs s rlecIII I leisncKH poor nppctltc > n matter How careful you lIre nlmut cntliiirevrrjtlilnirvoii tnke Into IINlltllet cnimes ells t tress pains and iinilcnmint Raises Dont you umliTBlnnil Shut three lyiiiptoniH tlgnnlHof illritrcM menu 1 They nrc the erica of the utoinuch 1II01llllehfor needs tin pcculliir tonic uulltlm nnil nntldlgesthe illgpitlvc strength tu be found only In HOODSSARSAPARILLA SARSAPARILLA Tin1 brat btoinnch and bind rcmc dill liniiwu to the nirdlcnl profcunlon nto fonitiinnl In the medicine and lliniiNiinilii of grateful letters tolling Ihr cum prove It to bo the grcntcM Jiicdlclnc for nil Hloinncli trouble ever yet ilUoovurxtl dlsouSuntl1Viigaer AVnunrr In lliiiiilr inllIlrNlL ai tat imiirale looking up at hen willfully 6dIthough tlmry hadmet but len minute 1I lxKrri them Not Murh after the bum article of buy bull hr i burn making u stand for here in inhlbtn p i iln reply land thenhe WM forrrd to th < i c n llama that he ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 April 1900

r The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place I 1 Bi knell Li Earlys Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes I GROCERIES I I I The Freshest and Best See Us See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY I fISJ We will get you i nisons anything in from the short Den I est possible time At the timeI Printingoffice I SEND NO MfttJUIf we ul gtOGh6wtAlcwa nd od eta HIUH aI you CAIINET IIIICICl S IS3 MACHlNC ltd k trta ix I ra + 4r ftrfreUT llUfMUneartl7 reYReenlat s1 y WoliNNeMei iJ MtlfhM tCaoOMd1IIEIiltkTUT 1HIU1 1 J area IIIARP UF par Sotcial Offrr Price Si550 elshterl our 1 and freight ctarpea Ilse11ln welclw ai oJPtLwla 1 aTeraiJieenu For each soo mile OWE IT TitE ttilTIIS TBWlIn yonroaahnmeaed ire mill return 7 t Ary o yoa an not weeded W 1116rotWned lradeorrly MitkUnal HIO 1000 t oolsoo all tUrdcrll l In or rm kby ULI llfa TIIK ubi t uUr buttikio for W4 tour umu UBUET CISUICK i the vreate...

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