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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1906

1 1 N1Ws N TtS OF GENERAL INTEREST iTiltellienco J JiitcUitrcnco Collected muj Giver f to Our Headers in n Con r IdtLBetl Forul JDOMESTIO AND FOREIGN ITEMS Y 11 I Summary of Prominent Evnts That Have Tal enPJllco During the Past Few Days The Movements of < Government Officials The Russian Revolution ale caimlil during the flghtlnr between rovoiiitlouarie and troops In the streets of Moscow Is ostltnnted at t 6000 kllkxt and 1 IOQO woundd with tho Oghilnc Mill iKH edlng The drtv tar force behind both the troops and j the react la nu longer that of crathu sHtsm or of any human ImpwlM It II thr force of superhuman hate am hence the dMCla rtfwrtod are u4 t the acts of pAtriots soldiers or otharwlse t but the cnurniltlwi of madmen JJ r Bmperor Nicholas and Count Wltu s rneoltiMi a report from Olin De hu eff Rovrrnor ganernl of Mow say tc that the revolt than had failed hat the military had thu ultuatlon In hand and bat whatever defection may bravo existed amour tha troops Wall ororoot...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1906

IJ I t J I I I I J I I J J I I I J I I I I I J J I J I J I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I J t I I I I Eastern Kentucky News I no coneapolldellce PliblIlbe4 lllIetl Ifcue4 ill tall by till writer Till name II not for pllblicatfOll but II all evldenco good faith Write plainly 41 t 1 I I I I I 1111 flU I I I I J I ItJ MADISON COUNTY UICKOllY VLAIN Dec 29Dailcs Wilson and wife pent last Sunday with relatives ii Berea Miss Serena Jones s school closed last Friday with an entertain mentMr and Mrs May Ponder pent a few days of this week with Daniel Maupin and family Missei Grace and Hattie Roberts of Lex ington have been visiting relative here this wtekJim T Cornelisoi and family spent Tuesday with Mrs Mary Burdette and familyMisq Sallie Bush spent Tuesday nigh with the Misses Maggie and Pearl Adams Miss Iola Harris has been the guest of Misses Cora and Nettie Isaacs of Whites Station the past weekMrs Duval and daughter Sarah of Brodhead are the guests I of Mrs John Johnson this week A 0 John...

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 January 1906

L 1 I Presidents onico X r jl n HHHHHK BEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Manager CO THE C I TIZ EN Plewspaperl I Pagesdoe f H 1 I + HI + IIHtrr inn in + 1 1 1 1 III I I I I I HH f r VOL VII Dodlcntiou Extra Toil cents n cop BBREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 111906 1 One dollar a year NO 80 DEDICATION EXESCISES t Tho weather was favorable ami at Jnn early hour people wore wining on foot nnd In vehicles some on horse Iiback from nil directions The pro ygram was as follows r Doxologyt Invocation by Prof Dodgo Scripture Hooding by Dr lluliboll Hymn Joy to tho World by tlw congregation The Pastoral Prayer by Brother Thomson An Anthem by Uio Harinonla So cietyHistorical Historical Statements by Presi j dent Frost Solf diori 1by the Congregation Thou followed tho Dedication Ser mon by President King tho Dedica tion Prayer by Potbur Rogers the Dedication Hymn composed for the occasion sung by the congregation nnd tb6 benediction Tim second gathering at fl oclock in tho evening wan ai...

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 January 1906

I + + + + + Miss Pym from the West 87 AMY F CACKETT + + + + + + + + td Copyright ijaj bf jMeph B Dawlet It was qulto by chance that Miss Norah Illlngton Pym found a place in our quiet boarding house and to us It was a subject for constant wonder that she remained where things gen erally were so slow Tho first night arrayed In splendor she looked around the room In amaze ment and pity and then beguiled us with stories ot the style people in our station kept up In tho west On the second night three of our ladies turned in the necks of their blouses and wore lace By the end of the week our ladles all appeared in evening blouses our hostess Introduced menus and entrees at dinner and the kitchen girl was pressed Into cap and frills and brought up to help in the waitingOur Our ladles made still further efforts to reach her level by wearing all their Jewelry and making a show of every thing they possessed I One afternoon after an Interview In our hostess private room a suave polite strange...

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 January 1906

Berea Teachers I Club ADDRESS FOR C D ruucAtolC flwl ALL JIII L1IMKRS TO Ky I I I I I I JI I I I I I I I I I I I I I KBTE5 Quite a number of our Members are back In school W A Cope is in the Insurance business at present Mis Winnie Moorea is nt homo but cannot atop school work she is taking a correspondence course Ben Robinson is in Louisville at tending Medical College 0 D Anderson is In State College I Sara Steward visited Boron but cannot be in school on account of weak eyes thef f SubAcadomy We are oil glad to I IO him there and wish him success D B Chandler is enjoying a vaca tlon after nix months aucccsuful work ia the Berea public school Ho will teach three months more in the spring Zeal Logan closes his school next Friday He will be in Berea on the 14th Tho Normal Department Is fuller than ever before this year and every atudent acorns to be hero for business Each one seems to be anxious to live up to the club motto not the good nor the better but the best The club roll bas ...

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 January 1906

L The Citizen An Independent family Newspaper Published every Thursday at Sore Kj BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos IMTikLX IK ADUlt one Year f 109 Ili month JAb Iithree months 21 Bend money by Post oafre Money Oder Ex ftta Money Order Check Drmlt lteUUnd Letter or one and two cent sumps The date after your rams ibowi to what date reur inbscTlptlon It paid Ultlinot chanced Within three week after vending ui money sotify UL SubKTlben wtihlng Tin Cmzttf stopped inn notify us at the expiration of their tub erlptlon + yang all nrrran otherwise we thall nilder that they wish it continued Notify ni at once of any chance In jour address Ivlnf both old and new addresses Milling numbers due to wrappers coming off IB the malts or otherwise wrar gladly to wp uptilled Agents wanted In every locality write tot Mans Anyone tending m four yearly lObo pslpnoaswill receheTuIi CITUU tree for oat = Decrease of Illiteracy Government statistics show that Illiteracy Is...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1906

The Wise Men Find Jesus Sunday School Ituoalor JiaH1995 Speciiilr Pwri 1 crThli Paper LESSON TBXTMatt MZ Memory verse I i luad alia Luke 22131 OOLURN TIXTMY son give Me thine heartProv aM TIME Probably February U C C when Jesus was six or eight weeks old PLACE Uethlehem of JudeA HCR1PTURB llEFERBNCBaThe in fancy of Jesus 1 ltd birth the ship herdi and the acor song Luke Sflioji 1 Jill namlnr slid Ills consecration 27101I temple at Jerusalem Luke 2zlZI 2 Si meons hymn The Nune Olmlttli Luke rmM 4 Simeon prophecy and Annas thanksgiving Luke MISI 8 The wI t men from tilt east Matt 2112 a The night Into Egypt Matt JUMI 7 The masmere of the Innocents Matt 21111 I Iteturn to Nazareth Matt JiH3 Luke asO f 23240Comment Comment and Suggestive Thought Palyline tine It must have been been after tbe presentation In tho Temple for tho family left Dethlehem Immediately after tho visit ot the wise men and before April for Herod died April 1 It was probably In February Wise men from the cast Magi s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1906

u J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for < tr Boys 200 and 175 for Youths j N The reputation of W L Dnught shot for style comfort and wear Is known I everywhere throughout the world They ham to gire better tatUfactlon than other make uecause the standard has always been placed 10 high that the wear MI expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect f fit f inspection invited 04 j COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY ra I and II Vicinity 111111111 J GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H H H I 11 t t t t t t t J t t t t t t I I I I I The History of tie Eighth Ken tucky is crowded out this week but will begin next issue Some Eastern Kentucky news is also crowded over to next week ROT M K Pasco will preach at the Congregational church next Sabbath morning Rev C Rexford Raymond who is remembered with esteem byall Berea has been called from the church lit Bellevue 0 to a church nt Flushing N Y The Annual Debat between the P...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1906

NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected and Given to Our Readers in a Con densed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events Tha Have TaKen place During the Put Few DayThe Movement of Government Official f New From Congress M4tnator Drackett of Saratoga in induced a rotoluUon In tho Now Yorl legislature demanding of Chauncey M D pew his resignation aa Unite H1 Ataa senator from that state Late bR resolution was withdrawn in tho senate on the 4th n 31 I ftFottette waft sworn in as senate fiora Wisconsin Tho fact that Mi laKollotto was oacortod Into tho set liP a chamber and to the vice pros l < nis desk by Mr Spooner betweoi whom and Mr LaFolletto there blls U < SMI In recent year a difference ot inaton U to party and public pal < If amounting to personal antagor am caused a sensation The cans of the Filipino was advooatod on ho near of tho house by the nil ministration leader Mr Payne for Uflnrs lit presented the views or < ho majority of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1906

DEREA PREACHERS Hy Trea T J Oiborne Berea began with preaching in the old Glade church a little distance to t o north and east of where we wor ship today John G Fee was the first ns he was the most continuous of our prophets We must think of him as a young man coming to a strange country at the invitation of Gen Cassius Clay preaching to a few families first under the Glade Oak and then by the kind invitation of people who regarded him as a poor fanatic yet admired his cour age and strong personality coming into the Glado Church house and there organizing the Church of Christ at Berea His fame rests upon his bravo stand for the rights of man his difficult call to preach thu gospel of impartial love in his native state But to him antislav ery was only a part of the ono great gospel of universal and Divine love The very day on which his compan ion Robert Jones was flogged and ho himself so narrowly escaped vio lence at the hands ot the mob he preached in a private house and the househ...

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 January 1906

fFt3lf1lI tt1 rn r II II r II II 1IMIIIH1F BEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Mtnigar CO A Family Newspaper COTH E cI1TIzI3r4A i EnlertJ at Ike fetl rtui offlet mall at matter Ilerta Kv at iteond I Eight Pages I HlMM HI I M H Irl HHHH VOL VII Fivo conts a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1906 One dollar a year NO 31 ruiYHit Grant ui O Ird the grace to bear The little pricking thorn The hasty word that tern unfair The jest which make our wtaknct plain The darling plan ocrturnoJ The carelna touch upon our pain The itlght we hue net earned The mp of care dear lArd today best all these fretting thing Make neeJIeM grief Oh give we pray The heart that trust and alnga HLIXABBTII J Cootw IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Louisville License Board on Monday last granted a license to n whiskey dealer to open n saloon in tho house made wellnigh historic ns tho residence of Mrs WiggH of tilt Cabbago Patch And this was done so tis Bald with tho consent of Mm Wiggs herself Quito n storm of ind...

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 January 1906

H1I11 fl h lH MIIM l BEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Manager COA Family Newspaper COTHE CITIZENA Enttrt < II Pacesdaa oJ + F1iI111tIIhII + tti1t IM M iiii I H VOL VII Fivo cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1900 One dollar a year NO8 IllAVKIl Grant ui 0 Lord the crate to bear The little pricking thorn The hasty word that Ktm unfair The Jut which mike our wtikneu plain The dttllng p oerturntd The urelcu touch upon our pain The light we he net earned The nip of ore dear Lord today rrt an thne fretting tlittiRt Make needles Brief Oh give we pray The heart that trusts and sings ItUtABItTII L OUf LU IN QUit OWN COUNTRY The Louisville License llaarlon Monday lout granted a license to a whiskey denier to open a saloon in tho houso mado trollnigh historic as the residence of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch And thin was done BO tis Bald with the consent of Mrs Wiggs herself Quito it storm of indignation hns been aroused by this action and with reason The failure in ...

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 January 1906

Brethren of the Burning Thirst 1Burning By OWEN KILDARE Ccftrrifta rosy br JoMpti n Dowl1 Wo ware In Kick on Bayard street Those who know the least about It or Its 1Ite would call It a low drinking plnco or common resort Nicks Dead House and Tin I Morgue were our names for tin I place abd we knew It pretty wellI We were there not because we had I any clubable desire but became we had to bo thero Thure were tires within 1 us and wherever the moM for the 1 least was given there wb and all the brethren of the burning thirst oould I be found I foundWo Wo were not old acquaintances For I the last two hours wo had been neigh bors In the lodging houso occupying adjoining bunks Tho common motive I made us meet In Nicks and as cue tomary among the sodden we tat to I gether to travel jointly Into forgetful e Incl9 I I 1 Receiving our tubs from 1he I greasy bartender we chose a table near I the door I We drank our first tub In silonea Ordering another our finances wereI examined The prospect w...

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 January 1906

Brethren of the Burning Thirst r 1 By OWEN KILDARE Ccpyritbt leos by jspb U Bowie 1 I i Wo were In Kicks on Bayard street < ThOM who know the least about it or I Us like would call it a low drinking Vince or common resort I Nicks Dead House and The Morgue were our names for the place and we knew It pretty well We were there not because we bad any clubable doelree but became we hall to be there There were tlrw within us and wherever the matt for the least was given there woand all the I brethren of the burning thirst oouh be found foundWo Wo wore not old acquaintances Far the last two hours we had been nolgh Lore In the lodging houee occupying adjoining bunks The common maUve made us meet in Nicks and na cus j ternary among the sodden we sat to I gether to travel jointly Into forgetful t ness I Receiving our tubs from the greasy bartender we chose a table near I the door t We drank our first tub In silence Ordering another our finances were I examined The prospect was horrible onl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 January 1906

4 + HtHHtHtt + HI T BereaTeachers ADDRRS ALLLKTIKlia Club FOR rtDUCATio TO f UFOil U Lwi UKHIA KY t 4HH HIHHHHIIH 1 HIH Colorado Springs Colo Jim 7 1000 Dear B T C Members After rending the many good lot tors you Imvo written I feel it my duty to seed you my greeting also Since I left my school September 2 I Imvo been here in tho nhndow of PikeB Peak which is over lifting its hoary snowcapped head HO high like nn eternal monument cheering on by its grandeur to nobler deeds I often gaze nt Its beauty and splendor at sunrise from my window and wish that you could w bore too to 6UjOY the grand aweinspiring scones which surround tho city ouch as The Garden of tho Qods Seven Falls Cheyenne Canon or u ride to the fliimuiit of Pikes Teak in till glues cars next spring This is the nicest city I have seen and BO dry that the boys ride their wheels twelve months each year I have been in school ever since I came hero This is certainly a fine school but they grade much harder than at many other...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 January 1906

H + + 1 I I I 11 lHIlHr BereaT eachers S 1 1 ADDRESS ALL LETTERS club FOR ruBUCAtlUN ro V JLliU C D LCWII URKA KY 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I IIChoe Choe meal Men In the Louisville Herald for Jan teary 23 appears n face familiar to most persona who have boon students In Boron within tho last four years It IB that of our friend Tuylor Onb bard who is now representing Owsloy county at Frankfort Tho writer has often boon asked by young men mostly teachers if ho thought it wise for a young man to enter politics His answer was uni formly this If you want to make the world bettor by living in it and dcsiro to givo your lifo to tho sorvioo of your fellow men and if you feal that you havo unilincliiiig courage and an iron will gee Kentucky needs all the young men of that kind In politics that oho onn got and though as a toaoher you are doing great good yet as n clean houent unBolflflh olltiolauyour field of use fulness will be broadened It is true that too often tho offices of trust in our coun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 January 1906

4 The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper IIIl of rubllthcd every Thursday at Borca Ky I BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY I L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr I I Subscription Ratos I rATABU IX ADVAKCC One Year llTO I Blx month jo three months U I I Bend money by Poet naee Money Order ItxI pre t Money Order Check Drat leg slered I Letter or ear and two cunt Ramps The date after your name hews to what dateI tour tubucrlpUon U raid 11 It It not changed I wtthln three weeks alter wnJinj ua mODeyI notify ui Bntocrlberi within Tnc CITKKX stopped must notify ui at the expiration of th lr tub I tartptlon pnylnt all arreart Hherwtte we iball ondder that they with It continued I Noilfr n at once of any change In your address I firing both old and new adtlreMea UililnR numbers due to wrapper coming off ta the ire oUiernlie will gladly be mp I hemalllorotl1lrllelIlladlbeluptIled I Agent wanted tn every locality Write for I toms Anyone lending ni four yearly lUbe MTlptlon wilt recelr Tin Cimcx Tree fer oas ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 January 1906

The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper Publlihed every Thursday at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Her Subscription Rates IATAMI IK ADVANCE 100Pix fix montht M Three mtmlhi U L Fend money by rort omco Money Order El 1ft1 Money Order Check Drill lUcliterod Letter or onu and two cent stamps The date after your name shows to what data f our tubfcrlptlon li paid If It II not changed within three weeks alter itndlnc us money notify ui enbcrlbera wlthlng Tm Crnnof mopped aunt notify Hi at the expiration of their tub Krtptlon paying all arnvn othrrwUa we bIll sadder that they wlnB It continual Notify nil at once of any chance In your ad Jma tfTlrg both old and ncx addresses Milling number due to wrappers coming off M the malls or otherwlie will gladly be sup supplied Agents wanted In every locality Write flit Umn Anyone aendlnic in four yearly sub > Hrlpllons wQl receive Till CITIIKN tree fur oni How to Win in Life The traits which make for success are defln...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 January 1906

A PRACTICAL FODDER RACK By Its Use the Feeding of the Stock Can He Done with Least Waste Economy should be practiced In feed ing corn fodder as well as any other feed There U a large amount of waste caused either by oareleseneee or by not having suitable racks from which to feed tho stock In the rack shown In cut tho fodder Is saved to the greatest HACK FOR KEBDINO CORN fODUBt degree With the two dlvtsloua a and t > between whfeh fodder Is placed to be rates by stock from underneath at c ad d there la little opportunity for getting the fodder under foot TIle rack hi Ave feet klui tour fee wide at bottom aid five feet between c and d Thn opening below the easier dlvlalon Is 11 InclK wide My trough says the writer In Farm ana Home ware built M feet long but any lesgUi may be made THE MORGAN HORSE A Word About the Breed and the Governments Experiment i In Breeding The BDaouaewineni of the purpose ot the secretary of Kfjrtcnlwre to astablisl n stud of MOTRBH hecses at the V6s moat ta...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 January 1906

no THE BAPTISM OF JESUS SoediT School Lesion lor Jin28KOJ Specially Pre artd lor Thli Piper IEHBON TEXT Mirk 1111 Memor vera 10 11 lltad ulo Matt 1111 Luke 3142 InOOIDEN UOLUKN TBXT Irtparu your hears unto the Lord and ere Him only I sam M MTIMR uke run the date at tee IIlh year of Ttbvrtv John begun prtathtng In A D M wileD JHua was between n and 30 years or ago And while be was ann dwell Ins at Naiarvtn The bapttam of JOB was six month after John hail begun hla mlalatrv about January A D ft ILACK The wlltltrnrailtif Mild thin ly Ububitta rrgion lying weer at tile Dead tea aI the Jordan The iMplltm of JMU we at Ilnhabiirn either M tbl ford a northeast at Johns or the ford near heUl ttirao M mile oath of the Boa of OaUUe alu nil d Uetniny 9 < HllTtJhKHKKiRENCE The hap Him unit in ngnincane Matt 31 111 It MuiH U IV John I 14 AUa Ml IM JT 10 < M uaiU UI II l jai Horn 0W Jill 3 i oi 211 IX Tit 11 1 PetIn Tie o kririii uf IM Hair SplrH lea 111 aen 4V II J1 111 Zoos 41 lttt Matt 1 ...

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