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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 May 1900

i ITODAY I TODAY 1 THE CITIZEN Dennisons Specialties are needed in ever place of business am nearly every home At the I Printingoffice PrintingofficeYoull j I I I I I I l Youll be pleasedI AH a rule dental operations are an uojiug and piiitiful but there are ex ceptions Our gentlydo it work Does not torture in the performing r and gives satisfaction ever after Then it long life in the work we do Ask our patients i Aleut our work Wo feel mire you will be convinced of its genuine merit 1 and fine quality A good set of artificial teeth for T Special iiuliiccinents for people from a distance distanceV V H HOBSON Dentist I Oflice Ground floor next door to Government building Richmond Ky Office OIHJJJ at night u u u I Field Day is approaching approachingLOSE LOSE NO TIME In ordering your Running Shoes Trunks and other Athletic Supplies Through HAROLD JOHNSTON AGENT FOR THE I I SPALDING Athletic and I Gymnasium Goods Prices Rights p 1 i fWORMS I I Until Further noticeSubscribers Subscriber...

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

I n + ttert THE CITIZEN A WalLY NKWSIAPrill IIKUKA KKXlfCKY There arc in Germany 0080 physi clans for n total population of jiM 017 making an avenige of one doc tor for every 1IS7 Inhabitants Since Iscti the medical profession has In creased by 03 per cent while the iii crease iu population during the same period has only been n trifle over 11 per cent Among curious articles of com coerce are toothpicks made of walrus whiskers vast quantities of which are shipped from Alaska to Kurnpc Those who ship them pull them out one by one with special tweeers They are used principally by the wealthier classes in China and llusnia and lire also beginning to come Into favor in the most noted clubs in Lon dunSix Six months ago the motor car as applied for business purposes in Lon don was not being very generally adopted but sine the outbreak ol hostilities in South Africa the streets have become comparatively thronged with autovans The horses of the omnibus companies which have been Ill III III ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 May 1900

7 1 u UU h SUNLIGHT AT NIGHT I tVlmt s Iruntlnrnt llrnlilent of XI i Hnjs About test Icnr UnIfll nf Mslil lllllc iicn > r FromthpXeiilnlO Dully Gazette April 13 Mr L M iiirllulil well known In this + clljiistlic MipvrinlviHlciit of tin Minn Icmilir Work WIIH recently lute viewed by u iuette riireKentatlre re t gill thug hi iierxuiuil xiHrleiiie wit tlie new Illuinliiuul known to the eon r i no re I nl world us Acrtylenc jllll Ir UnrlliM mid t 11 lultillfd n ten light ncetylrn cncrntor in thc lcllnr or my rriltlenci 4S8 North inllowny street about IU years ngo and I liavc lined U for Illi inlmitltit my home every Jiljht since 1 him certainly fjlveii It a tbnrong teat during Unit length of time and know 1111 nilvmitiiRrr While the nm chine IH sui > i > uil In develop Millliieii RIII for huh tell IlKhtu I hnvu often uivd Its niMiiy un llfteen IIhIH at once with perfect MIICCCM The light Itglvch U h Ill IIII II I and white and the nenrOk approach to Minllilit of anything ye pro...

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

Iq 1 H The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place Bicknell Early s I Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds 1 McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine II Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes 11II II FRESH MEAL I Wholesale and Retail i See Us See Us See Us See Us I i Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY h u 1jtg tg 11SiA We will get you anything from Den nisons in the short est possible time At thet t Printingoffice r SEND NO MONEY ou jsnde uund Oa MU WS S m S will tend HIQH we joil OKI UOlDou ateUWIneuiiCijuurtnemet Ixreiihtdepot and It Id ru4 HGI1 ITOCtrA4nUeneell 6RIAiOTo1 WbsI and u kick 000 nil THK KklTIST B1KG1I IOU tnauiuor e Soecial Otter Price 1550 trelibt lour i andfrelirht cbarfrea Alaculu welgniaj iK > uod ami the freight wlU arrgTt een4 lor each as mile OUC IT TNREC MONTHS TRIAL roaruwv o M111sell wewlllrtturnjL rtIArInnT Uayyuuar not Mllinnl W U4irrrt lM > lHU < l trtnt 1k4 litklMol ttlt Ilealt1011leOOeuqaltfudrctlbed In nurses rrr H bi I 1r14Uk butt uiu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1900

SUBSCRIBE NM l L TODAY J t THE CITIZENFAN FAN INDEPENDENT L INDEPENDENTWEEKL J DOc a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year I I50c VOL I BERKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 NO 47 THE CITIZEN rubllnhuil at the ofOco ol TIII2 CITIZEN Boron Ky Xnttrtd at tile Iotioflft at Htrtn Ay at tftonj doer 1UII IDEAS A big reward breeds false witness The bait preacher is tho mnn who mike us lovo our neighbors Tho 1U32 mful ftthirntn know what it is to have his linos cast in jilimnut plaoiH The mm who it uniiotii to acquro knowledge is norer ualiaiiiDil to con fuss his ignorance iguoraucoForeign Foreign News Thnro Ins boon a lav pasted pro hibiting mho ihipiusf of South Amer ican cattle to Ohisguw Scotland Threa days of foitmtios have boon hold In Birlin on account of tho Crown Prince of Germany coming of ago ologtlfho The Vot rivor has been crossed by tho British after n fierce batllu with a lar < o force of tho BOOM Not a riinglo soldier of the Br...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1900

THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEW lAlItI IIEItBA KENTUCKY For the year 1899 there were 130 050 births in Scotland and 9511 deaths In n new airship designed by a Hnytinn a series of fans are mountr in n car partially supported by n gai balloon the fans being used to drive air through adjustable pipes which arc adapted to turn toward any point I to more the ship in the opposite dl rectlon In at least one respect Gen Cronji the new Napoleon at St Helena will be better off than the one whose for tUlle was finally overthrown at Water lOll The island has just been connect ed by cable with England and the Cape so that the exiled Hoer leaden IcaderI may keep in touch with current events I creedsA A modern railway moll car equip pied with the latest contrivances such as vestibules automatic couplers air brakes etc costs between 5000 and 6000 The government pays for the use of railway mall cars at the rate of 10 a year for a 50 foot car per truck mile and M per year per track mile for a fOfoot car 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. — 9 May 1900

V H fj I LIKE THE REST OF YUS f Before Marring ETfrylhlnij IiSvrtri mail Lureljr Aflrr We Get DofTB Jo Knrlli Aaa George dearhe laid a night or two before the I Ill iIIIC IIconhlllt 10 fllllill do you think II Iihle that our Ion and 4 our injrrird lift tan Income the common place coldly iiuclnil love and life of the married pfoiif IIC see around tut Oh George my lirait would break if 1 thought 10 i 1 Hut it nil not lie to mid George pat ilonitrlr We love each other loo lender ly too fondly for that Our love it not ol the ordinary kind my darling and our lint Will not lie to Ah no my angel that can never he And the olhtr dt ahe said I aay George how wotiM YOU like pork for dinner with apple mute You would All right then and dont you forget that feeding bottle fur the hLor Ill tend you back liter it and miud that you dgnl keep din urr waiting waitingAnd with a lallingofT of the pa iion of I tn year ago teptird All right Iou and I with yomtlany a button on the back part of ino e itriii...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1900

I qI i 1 I The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place Bicknell Earlys Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes FRESH MEAL Wholesale and Retail See Us See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY I like the term old maid writes Margaret E Sangster in the May Ladies Homo Journal A spinster means any unmarried woman a girl may len spinster An old maid is welljust that Sho may huvo her little ways and thankful she ray bo that no ono is priviligod to interfere with them If she keep house as many an old maid does in thesa days of independence it is very daintily done with an exquisite finish and neatness surpassed by none of her sistors Probably tho lady has plen ty peoplo to stay with hernieces to chaperon nephews to champion inva lid relations to coddle alsortn of people to counsel and comfort In society she i simply invaluable As an unattached person who at an im mergeuey may bo called upon ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1900

NHNNHINNNNIHNNNINMNNNNTHE J THE CITIZEN Dennisons Specialties are needed in every place of business and nearly every home At the Printingoffice 1 AN INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENTWEEKL J I JHNHNHMHHMHNNNH ties a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year I YearI a VOL I BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 NO J8 THE CITIZEN rulillihed at the office ol TIII2 OITIKI3X Boron Ky Snttrtil nt IV Iottofflrt at Bfrnl A v iu tttnn dUi faultmatter IDEAS Somo follow havent enough push to mutter a whottlbiirrow Tho secret of HIICCOSS bnn abilit to mind OUOH own l > mino H Tin butter to lit washed whito thai bo whitotvanhod whitotvanhodA A dofoativo stomnch knap mom pooplo awako than a guilty coimcionci Its a good thing for a lot of poopl that thoy cant HOO thoiUHolvos Olt others sou them Commencement Week Wednesday Mill 30 Momorir Dayiridayluuo Friday Juno 1 Anniversary of Lit orary Societies Saturday Juno 2 Acadomy Exhi bitionSunday Sunday June I Baccalaur...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1900

q r 0 I THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NBWSIAIKK IIEKBA 1BSItKY The Ilnroncss HitrdrttContts lint Jut entered on her SCth year Sine she became the possessor of her for tune in the year vt the queens ac riMilon the Imronexs has spent 10 charity It las been estimated Jtl DK000 nut of the 1800000 she then Inherited InheritedIs By last official census in IIollMid the number of cattle returned wits 1300 OOH of pips 1200000 of sheep tlSOIMM nnd of horses 270000 The shortage of hop products in Holland offers to the United States n profitable market the stability of which would SIIII to he not only well established but Jii a basis of permanence It is said the most valuable checker bnord in existence Is that of the late Prince Ilisniiirck who wns a great lover of the game The squares of the board arc made of silver and gold to represent the usual light and dark colored leather The draughts are of silver and Kold liming a diatuom or ruby In the enter of each AH measured by C C Martin tile engineer of t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1900

I OR HARTMANS ADVICE 18 Sought by Fvnmlo Su Tor era From Ocean to Ocean Mr J W tioildiT 1500 4tlinVcKnck IMimtl 1111 wrltokl 1 wns ntI HUiUilfurfiro I or nix cnraI vlth ttitnrrh I nl illfllcultlca niid w h a K r o w I n g ore nil llio time 1 began begantnklng taking your rrrnnii with n innrked Im provement from tin flmt nclclwllIllJ u II t of cllrln if lthat r tin n hna Rrently I tn provuit m V K o n oral liinUli Every but tie of IVriiiia CrU11I Wl1g1itn ROll tISK clnllv to me for I ovc my I present good li is n It h to Peru na All over tlm country tlirro nro women who linvo been itivnlld for many year nifTrrinir with female ilrrat > KcnctUl wlilth the family ilf tor cannot run WhIt a hoon I 0 mtioh women If OF Hfrlmmnm Ia rIoal So ft mourn ImouhIt Stag him mklll mrI him that hardly m alniliS ttnowm Imo Ho curom tmnm of llioutfnimniihmofftrmtaevmrjrwo I man who will writ to hint hap mjrmn o aywqitons ffoo doa and lrmtmmnt Tlio nuxlli UK ho Ire < ril > c can boob Ulncil nl a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1900

1fThe L The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place Bicknell Li Earlys I Corn Oats Hay Potatoes I Farm and Garden Seeds McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes FRESH MEAL Wholesale and Retail See Us See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY r SEND NO MONEY ffnHKSSte thld 7 g fa i Jlwt > B awi w w III send you OUR HIGN RAO Sou can mme IL l ttnMINOM 7 our oerou tntabtdepotand Y y fed r 1 4 GU if D fue wb la Ilnul > rfrtllri Uf rt rieiaetlr urepreented ed t > i nrlIubenull i t k WlTrrn TIt jaJI ChlchM MOO end Tllk UHIUTIST B1KUJJ1 YOU < y Bra rrnlllasntour nuRD Of vv Special Offer Price S1550 and freight cbarrea Iluolnewugnsnrr IK > U > I > and the freight will aveng7Oeentsforachboomnw CIVC IT THRU MONTHS TIIAlIn lour own home and w will mum your iSW ujf uajjou ara not yourownhomeandwewlllretumyoUN1buauydaTyouaronotatlaed ilooo ill oo ILOUad h all fullr dPxrIUMi In our lrr t lBf MuUMfiliUiat ImO thU bBOP DlaK C1...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1900

r MNNNNNMNNNI SUBSCRIBEi i SUBSCRIBETODAY i I TODAY I THE CITIZEN i + I AN INDEPENDENTI I + WEEKLYI S 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year I60c 1 r vor L BI3REA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 Nom THE CITIZEN Fuullihoil at the ofllce of Till UITIKKX Huron Ky EnttrrJ al She Podoffltt al limn Ay a imml da Umallt What To Talk About Talk hi > tetra The world li wd rnouili Without yuur WIII No Lath l wholly rough 1iHjk tut the plum hat aru nm > th and clear And > > Mk of these to nat the Mrarjr car Of earth MI heat lijr one nmtliiuoui ilraln 01 hummi IIIeorllIII ami grid and 1151 Tlk filth The wothl is Ixtlrr oil without Your upolvn Ignorance nr mniMd doubt II you hare falls In Odd or man ur iwlf fay UK If tint push bark IlI00n Ihr ihell Of shrew all your IlKitigliU Ills faith hall rube nuncNu Nu onr will grad brcaiiM your Ilpa are dumb Talk health Thr dreary nrvrrrlianiclnc tale Of murul maladlM l < worn and Male You ca...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1900

I U THE CITIZEN A WKKKLY NKWSlAliHl IIBIIKA KHVIUCKY Lord Heauehnmp the governor of New South WillIs while vlsltlnj the sclHcrl s of New Castle recently was entertnlned nt n banquet 300 feet un der ground The dining room win JO ftet long 15 wide mid 9 feet llph Seventy guests sat down to dinner Tl cro was no indication that the room was really n BUbtcrranean cham ber u llwnng Chunphuel an educated young Cliinaiuan of the highest caste who represented China nt the court of Spain three years ago Is visiting friends in Boston Ho Is making a close study of American educational Institutions upon which he reports o his government and will visit Jar vard mid several of I ho high schools during his sojourn in the Hub The output of oil In California has Increased from 121513 barrels in 1595 to 2202123 barrels in 1S9 The prospect is that the output for the present year will be much larger than tluit of 1899 California now ranks fourth among the states In the union In petroleum production Indi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1900

r t I THE AMOUNT IS KNOWN I Defalcation In the Cuban Postal Funds is About 125000 A Rill Inlniiliirrd In Cnnpreu fn HIP Ktlrnilllhiii n f rely Anoltirr tliniKr Hair Bnlniil Hint llf Ilic Anlhurlllri nt llnvnim tathurlllr llnvnnn Mny lOGeit Wood says IInYIItI tIrlpllrl from Miinele lad thnt nearly 2KM000 worth of slump here barn printed there and stet for dlKtrlliittlnn to Cuban post nllleex cut I lie regarded ns a canard There I s nothing here to show thnt ally Hitch counterfeit Mump have been sent It Is heliMfd now that the whole ntory Is kiKiwn and that the nmount of the defalcation will fAil between 100KM 111111 131100 N II Iteeven deputy auditor of the Uhind IIIIH miiili u LinifrK lii and gave up 1500 which won given to him byNeely to perform certiiln hervleen the tiny he left Gen Wood and the posit olllit lnxHetorn refuse to din rloKT the nature of the eon fesslna Iwrely admitting thnt one linn been Itinde but those wlm know the hitua tlon Inst 1111 y that the eon fesdon ol Ite...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1900

r JWI t if t 1i i 1 iM J W f s u WV W w q The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody i knows the Place Bicknell Earlys at Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds MCCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plwos Cultivators Harrows Rakes FRESH MEAL Wholesale and Retail See Us See Us See Us See Us a Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY I I ENWe We will get you anything from Den nisons in the short est possible time At the Printingoffice The Counties I 1 Jackson County Drip tuck Miss Susie Parsons of Berea is visiting in this vicinity Mrs Ilustin Huff has been very ill but is now improving Mrs Minerva Green of Bell county it visiting friends and relatives bore Joan Wagers has purchased the store on Warfork from 1VoodtC Wood Rev J W Parsons has been d as pastor of the Baptist church of I this place Preaching services will be hold tho first Saturday and Sun day of each month Clay County Ojrln I I A boy was born to Mr and Mrs It S I watfordMany Many of our farmers are behind with thior work Wm M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1900

2s 4CttttSt flISt tI IS Sill SflSS4ISSS ISIS SUBSCRIBEI I L SUBSCRIBEEP 1 TODAYTIDE CITIZENDEPENDENT k r AN INDEPENDENT 1 1 DEPENDENTWEEKLY J 50c i Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home Scbool and Farm 6O c a Tear I YeuI VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1900 NO 60 THE CITIZEN FutilUhcxI at the once ol TUB CITIZEN IJoreii Ky Etitcrtd at Uif rottoflrt at term Ay at ttconif dace maUmatttr IDEAS Activity in not always industry Onlor ill a mans grotilent need and his true well being Ainiiiol A life of pleasure is the most un pleasing life in the world Gold smith Bea philosopher but amidst nil your philosophy 141 stIlla wan IlumoLet Let UI l > o of good choer remember ing that the misfortunes hardest to bear ore those which never happen LowellCommencement Commencement Week Wednesday May 30 Memorial DayFriday Friday June 1 Anniversary of Lit orary Societies Saturday Juno 2 Academy Exhi bitionSunday Sunday June 3 Baccalaureate Sermon by Kir W H HCHDABD Auborn N Y ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1900

I 1T i 1 THE CITIZEN A WKKKLY NKWSlAPKU IIEUKA KKNUTKY thin William colored died near roniRvlllo Aln recently nt the ngi of 122 years She was born in Virginia and claimed to have seen Vnshlngton several time She lived to sec live gcnviiitlnn of her own Her young put son who is 85 yearn old bought the cofllu and shroud A huly named Alexnnder hall been appointed nnd confirmed posttiinstci of Kliabctliton Carter county Penn The word postmaster Is used ad visedly for the government does not officially recognize such n title ns postmistress Miss Alexander bears the curious Christian name of Se Doll I a The thousand ut pilgrims who an nually mime their way from Nash ville Tcnn to the Hermitage where Andrew Jackson and his wife stop Hill soon have railroad nceonimo < lii lions for their benefit The number of visitors to the Hermitage has in creased to such proportion that a spur railroad has become n necessity One of the most unique laws ever passed will shortly go into effect in Winche...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1900

l w i ThePlnkham Plnkham PlnkhamRemedies Remedies RemediesFor For disorder of the feminine organs have galnod their great renown and enormous sale mm onus of the permanent good they have done and aro doing for the women of this country If all ailing or suffer ing women could be made to understand how ab solutely true arm the statements about Lydia E Plnkham a Vegetable VgtIIComp Ings would end Mrs Plnkham counsels chargeNor LynnMass Mass The advloe she gives la practical and honest You can write rooty to her she Im a wo man WANDERING 7N DREAMLAND HIMT nn Itrnl Mlndrd Woman Crrklril a I Hindi In a jk Mrrrl Car tThe young wornanii mind wu probably way an in the Wed of rut on lhrbta and andk > ke and tlannci mil plaiting and aJ11hqul and tulllt and things like that whatever they may mean Mya the Vathing WublnlfJn tan Post 1nh Anyhow when she got on an uptown elhstreet Niplh street car the other aftrrnoon she iTJinily opened her pocketbook when the conductor amt around for hrr Itrr s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1900

F IfC I 1 The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place BickneH Earlys 1 Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds A New Car of > McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine I Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes Just in Making TWO CARS THIS YEAR See UsI See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY i Census Queries The blank schedules to be used in the next census are now being distrib uted by tho Census Office to the enumerators who will start to work on Juno 1 Tho schedules contain questions which some persons may think prying purposeless or excessive in number But their number and character have been determined by Congress not the Census Office and all of thorn have been asked in previ ous census Tho only important change since 1890 is that some ques tions have boon abandoned People aro often offended at tho question How old are you t and are apt to wonder what uso the Govern ment can mako of thoir replies Tak en as n whole tho replies are as im portant as any class...

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