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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 June 1900

NMNNNNNNNNM NNMNf n1 r 1 SUBSCRIBE ISUBSCRI I ilI INN TODAY NNINj THE CITIZEN n his a of i I ° f IT A ROBINSON JI IH Aa OMCUH wi1I Natures Danger Signals 0 Dor d they hurt after reading Are there in frequent headnchs Arc the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles in oud crows feet t They ore Natures m danger signals Only when sight iso realizedor for gone IeIt costs so little to help the eyes if a t dono in time ICIIII give the early r help later I have to refer tho work d to oculists oculistseIllmino esexumino tho eyes in the most intel ro legont and careful manner without 01 charge If glasses are needed I can r supply the correct lenses mounted in any manner desired Iynny lie T A ROBINSON Jeweler and heOpticlnn y I IIUUKA KY aro e PATENTS > ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY In I Notice In Inventive Age Book How to obtain Patents r AN INDEPENDENT l L II INDEPENDENTWEEKLY 11111111111111111111 J 60c a YearDevoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year I DEUBA MADISON ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 June 1900

I I wwra T THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY aWHAtrIL JlEREA EiNI tit KY A notice has been issued by the Parisian police warning the public And especially foreign visitors that a prent number of false 50frnnc notes are circulating in Inris nail the arlc Trench towns The notes lire cleverly engraved nnd blended on special pa ler resembling that used by the Hank of France and inexperienced people may be easily deceived A new invention that is alreadyon the market in Germany is that of artificial stone steps A design im itating staircase carpets of any de sired color IK pressed into the steps when still soft and as the design or figures penetrate to a considerable depth they last as long as the steps llcautiful designs can he used and have been found suitable for tine rculdcnces Frederick W Atkinson who has been appointed superintendent of ed ucation in the Philippines is 6 feet l inches in height broad in proportion I nnd of immense personal strength Like Jtr Fryc Hupcrintcndent of edu cation in C...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 June 1900

fyi wr I r I TI LOST FAITH IN EACH OTHER 110 Ih llrt Urll0 IIrolrrol 1111 innu Ciinllilrnrr unit rrtUid Im in Ulna Currrr s A Springfield politician tells a queer lory of how two former memberH of the legislature took to drink Two young fellow from the con prcMlonnl district where I nied to If11nllle Uutine from adjoining counties One wiik elected one term nnd reelected the rext The other wns first elected at the beginning of his fritmis iceond term The twoterm man WHS llllll wont tell you Ills but niiine The othcri first niiinr wns Joe Hill and IOl Jinil been playmates III youth they were related distantly I tbINkIII1 eiteh had n high opinion of lh other Neither drunk that Is be fore they took their ft rt IIrlllk11II1 1 urn getting nhettd of my story If iinyonu had hiII 111111 n thing nbout Joe lit II would Imve knocked him down If anyone hud told Joe that 11111 had ever token n drink the InformrrMhend would lmv been punched Knelt thoiiKht the other Incapable of a mean net and 1111...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 June 1900

f t rx i 1 If 1 BEREA COLLEGE REV WM G FROST Ph D President Fall Term begins Sept 12 Winter Term begins Dec 12 NORMAL DEPARTMENT 1900 = 1901 General Instructors The College Faculty Special Instructors Prof Dinsmore Mrs Putnam f Tutor Matheny Lecturer Dr Mayo Berea College has always been famous for its teachers The State Superintendent has stated that Berea does more for the Common Schools of Kentucky than any other institution in the State Its teachers are wanted everywhere The Normal Department is organized to give the best training possible to teachers Classes are so arranged as to accomodate teachers and experience in teaching maycount in the course Its diploma is the highest recommendation for scholarship and training Preparation in the Teachers Grammar School Course FALL Bngliih Arithmetic U S lllttory Heading WINTER Grammar Arithmetic U8 History ihy ioogy SriUMO Grammar Arithmetic I S Hlitory Civil Government TeACher Training ClaM Bible study Competition Lectures on Farm and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 June 1900

MHMIHNMN NNIHLNIN r I SUBSCRIBE = = I I TODAY I THE CITIZEN r HNMMNHNN1NNN1NNM1 1 AN INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENTWEEKLY i iWEEKL L WEEKLY i 1 i BOc a Year 1JI Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year IBOt VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 10 62 i HE CITIZEN f REXFORD RAYMOND Editor rubs oho at the otee ol TII12 OrriKUX llcrea Ky newest at the Jottoffltt at lima Ay a ictond elms tuattmatttr Foreign News Surely this is the time when Thuru Theror r shnU bo wan ntui rumors of wars It it said that many lives were lost in nn uprising against British Hulo in North Borneo The eyes of tho world arc now turned from South Africa to China Tho outlook is vory dark Tho Orange Free Stato has been formally annexed to Great Britain as the Orange Hirer Colony Sir foreign jwwojfl the United States included have lIon troops to P ktn on account of tho boxers riots riotiIn In Canada as well as England great demonstration was made over the news of Lord Roberta e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 June 1900

I 7 THE CITIZEN u I A WUKUIY NBWMAlKIl nmA KKX I tCKY Lord Koberts Is one of the bcs Rwirdsmen In the British tinny He In also An expert with tho lance nnil in earlier days won several prizes through these iieconillshinents An Iowa young man not long ago proposed marriage to a young worn nn lint hearing that her hair was false he declined to fulfill his en gagement She brought suit against him for breach of promise but she was nonsuited on the ground that she had won the young mans affec tions under false pretenses First Mont Hugh A Drum of the 12lh infantry now serving on the island of ltuon is said to be the youngest otlieer in the American army Ills father Capt Drum was killed on San Juan hill The son fought In the same battle and linn been in several engagements in the Philippines He has been mentioned in the dispatches several times The working mens 11Ianee laws have had a very good eflcct in ier l11 n cities In diminishing tuberculo sis by compelling the wageearning classes to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 June 1900

3 V I BIG FLEET FOR CIA I United States Will Aid the Powers in Suppressing the Boxers rurrlun linnril llnio > it Tnkrn n llnnil In lie PlKlilliiK Iml Arc llriiU In in Kt nl n In in r n IS iiller Hlianghnl June 7111 eoiinciiiciiee the reprfUMitiitioiiM of Japiin the linilliiir nf ii largo liiiitHiaii force at Jukii in ullcgcil to liivi been hlopped Il U bellexcd here Iliit bould ItiiN KIB 1III > lht In ending II prcpondernt III military force tu the front a col Ihlon with Jupiin will Incvlliildv n ttUlt ttUltHen i Hen THII June tilt IK reported from ChlniMf nfllclnl hoiirccM liiii I twm llox T t Kurroiindcd l50 < Cliliietie IroopH between Iofii mid Yong TKIIII Ihilrsihiy it nil according to the latent r niwa lighting wan ntlll going on Irl Iii > morning inielaU my that IfMl Itoxcrn were IIi III I but give no nccount of the LblneKe ciiHimltlen WaHliiiigton June IThe follow lug CNblegmiii was received lit the im y department Friday iiflcriioon Tung Kit June II HUH June Iril...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 June 1900

I i BEREA COMMENCEMENT 1900 The Commencement season of WOO will be memorable in many ways First for the completion of the sub scription to secure Dr Pearsous sec oud gift Second for tho visit of Miss Helen M Gould of New York City and third for the great rain The Commencement address by Her Dr Wallace Nutting of Providence R I was another memorable feature al though owing to tho rain it was not heard by as many people as wished to hear it itThe The Endowment The endowment is a sacred fund to be held by the Trustees of the Col lege forever and to be kept invested the income only to be used for the payment of teachers and other ex penses of the school Dr Pearsons had promised that if 150000 were secured from other sources he would add 550000 more When Pres Frost was home in March less than one half tho amount had been secured and it is a special token of divine favor and fortune that so largo an j amount has been secured in so short I a time When tho president appear 1 ed on Sunday mo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 June 1900

Elward Flora OIl r N SUBSCRIBE ISUBSCRIBE I 11111N 111N11IN1 N1NN NNNNIN11N1 1 V TIr THE CITIZEN1111111NN11NNN11NN1NNNNNNIIN t 1111111NN11NNN11NN1NNNNNNIIN r AN INDEPENDENT IAN INDEPENDENTWEEKLY L YJ N + t NNNNNNN1N1111N111111 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a Year I60c YearI VOL 111BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 NO1 THE CITIZEN C RGXPORD RAYMOND Editor ruMUlietl ill the office 01 Til 12 OITIIJX Ucrca ICy Klernl tl He Ioitefftrt at flow Ay at s call I less swR mnkr IDEAS Note tho special vnltio of tho Sun dayschool review lessons on the thin page All our readers nrc enjoying tho continued story running in Tut CITIZBN CITIZBNNow Now is lime time to put in practice the suggestions found in our farm department Now in tlio lime to ho laying up money for the incidental null other txjHmses for tho Iwginning of the Fall turn Sept 12 A few people near Boron may got nomo work from Berea Collego oy ap plying to Mr Ticters or Miss Mer ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 June 1900

F i I THE CITIZEN A YVEKKLY NKWSPAlKlt IIEHEA 31X11Kt When the stun IK ponding down its rays upon the ocean at noonday none of them ixinctrnte to n depth of over tOO feet ConM 11 diver descend to that depth he would find himself shrouded In darkness nn profound as though he were immersed In n sea of IlkThe The cotton acreage this year will be the InrpeRt on record nnd will not Jail far short of 26000000 nons Cot ton raisers also expect good prices for last years crop in India wns nl most n totnl failure ours wns annul and the present Egyptian crop is not promising Scarcity of hemlock bark IH report ed to have caused the almost totnl ex tinction of the once prosperous tan nlnj industry jn Maine Though there IN a large growth of hemlock In the ttatf It is ait far from practicable i tannery Kites that the cost of hauling prohibits its use Fire alarm boxes In New York nre being coated with luminous paint in order that they maybe easily lo cntcd nt night The paint is made of white zinc I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 June 1900

r a r 1 BIG BATTLE EXPECTED The Boers Occupy a New Position Before Lord Roberts Army > flen Ilnller nml lnril Mellineii hAL IIIK nil rmirt li > Cnplurr 1rril illill Mem nml IIU TIMMI or i H opJ 1IInr London liinu l5lord Ilobertn en KiiKemeiit with CPU liotba termln nted UN cxpeelid by the llorr com Inn tIhIcrJ U i Itf retiring from lib po fclllon I hyo nil driving I lit In fur ther from the rapltnl little neema to liavn been iicfoinpllnliril IIN Lord ltoo > irtM doen not mention tin captnro of prlnoiirrn or guns or the Infliction IlIIpllrtlllltIllItllre feature ro ruled by ThnrndnyH olll ohil dlspatehen In the nnnoiiiifemeiit that thr nriiiy of Xatal U nt last In touch with Lord Itohcrts troop trolllslhe The iiecompllnlimeiit of thla move incnl long delayed Mhonld connlder II lily accelerate the paelllcallon of tlin Tninavnnl Trial It U nlnady bearing frnlt IN evldcneed by Ihe HUliiiilni > n of the WakkerNtroom dltttrlct to ien 1 ttlcton Another dlspalch from icn Ilnller...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 June 1900

I 4g IJ IJGREETINGS I GREETINGS TO MISS GOULD Mnny atnUenta and friends know that greeting Here Rltrn tu Its loulil nil the sin of her nrrlcnl upon the tepe of itIIIr Ladies llnll 1eu know uluit uni unltl there and will he pToiip etl to nee tho wonl lit one of the young Inillp ltls Ellen I Click Mini llarheea words nre not BOW I nt Imncl I Miss GOULD Wo have been told i from timo to time about our friends whom wo have never seen but who i are helping us and expecting us to succeed We have all wished to look into their faces and to know them Among them all there is not one whom we would have more gladly chosen to visit us than Helen Gould We have read in the papers that you I have a hundred and seventylive letters every day asking for your help and it has been a glad surprise that you who know every school and every good cause in the land should have chosen to help us and the college we love so well I I wish to say in behalf of all these i students and hundreds more who are a not her...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 June 1900

t J u 4 au a r SUBSCRIBE 1 TODAY 1 I NMH N 1THE CITIZENAN tAN INDEPENDENT µ 1 INDEPENDENTi t INDEPENDENTWEEKL i L YJ HMM M MNHNHNN NHNHNH MNNN 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home Scbool and Farm 50 c a Year III I VOL II BEIU3A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 NO2 THE CITIZEN C JiEXPORD RAYMOND Editor ruhtuhed at the omre 01 Till GITIKISN Moron Ky Kntmtl at the Ptttitt at lima Ay ei utoitil da asaeinr ttev i IDEAS A limn who is idle In Bummer ought to bo hungry In winter Note what IB saiil about public schools this week in tho school col umn on pago 1 Tlio ninn who does not take n good newspaper is liko tho ono who puts out his childrouH1 eyes About this time YOt can toll the dU foronco between n good fnrtnor and a poor ouoby hits crop Tho earth has no prejudice against rolorIt will yield as much when a black man handles tho hoe as though ho were white whiteForeign Foreign News Over six million people in India are now receiving relief Foreign ministers in Pe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 June 1900

F THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NKWSFAFiSlt 1IEREA KKNUTKY For rnce courses in a new starting machine a pair of ears travel on rails on cither Ride of the track support ng n pair of ppringcoutrolled nnns which fly tip to lift the jUnrllng bar ivlinii the rnoe Is under headway the cant being run by n motor to keep pace with tin contestants at the start The German government after an extensive series of observatloiiK has ascertained that the tree most liable to lie struck by lightning is the oil Other growths follow with varying degrees of probability the beech be Ing most exempt from unpleasant visits of the electric fluid The Nvlilte ants of Manila arc fond of wood They bore holes from thu outside enter in thousands mid eat articles of furniture until little is left but mere shells Sometimes they de sour the legs of n chair so that when n person sits down the chair crumbles under him and ho suddenly and un gracefully lands on the tloor An English pilgrim just returned to London from Rome giv...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 June 1900

SJ 1 a THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Iraion In lie Inltrnnllnnnl Srrlea for July 1 llltl > Jrju Walk Ing uii the ten Irrpareil by It C txnlngton Till IKHHON TINT Mnttliow HK33 n Ana MrnlRhtwny Jut contrnlnrd Ills tllnclplca to get Into n slip mod In BO before Him unto the other rode wlillo He vent the itiultlHiilr iivny 83 And when He hind unit it miillllinlr Hwny Ho wrnt tip Into n inoTintaln apart to pray nml when the cvrnlntf waa come Ito wan tlitToutone 24 Hut the Kliln win now In the mldiit of thin sea breed with WUVPH for the wind was contrary K And In the fourth watch of the night Jtnuft went unto them walking on theca Ifi A lid when tlipill clilm rnw Him walk Inlt on the sea they were troubled imylriK It Inn plrll and tliey cried out for fear 71 Hut KtrnlKhtwiiy Jeru npnko unto them miyliu He of good cheer It In I be not afraid IS And Peter nnnwered 111m and sold Ixinl If It be Thou bid mo come unto Theo on the water SO And He wild Come Andwlirn Peter was come down out of the ihlp ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 June 1900

J 1i 1 0 Race Education COMMfXICATIOX FROM flan FEE Race education as maintained in this country is radically wrong and of evil tendency tI 1 It is the invidious separation otI members of the same family God hath mado of one blood all nations oIJ men and citizens of the sano com monwealth into classes consigning a u i part to different and generally in v ferior places because of the mere in I cident of color complexion 2 This separation is unnatural Animals of tho same species as tho white and black horse graze together I in harmony and so white and color ed children until some OHO with casto J notions whispers into tho car of tho white child This is wrong White tI 1 people wont think well of you I 8 This invidious separation and h consignment is unjust Every law abiding young man or woman has a n right to such places as will be con ducive to their best intellectual andI hi moral wollbeingI 1 This treatment is cruel It isa not mere neglect contempt but it is tho infliction of positi...

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 July 1900

NNN SUBSCRIBE I H1NT0 DA Y NNNNNH NNNNNHTIDE CITIZEN THE WE8NTZ FAMILY GIMEMT3ERS6 I GIMEMT3ERS6Aerialists Thecc celebrated famlllee will give FREEPERFORMANCES PERFORMANCES PERFOIUfANCESCIIoCh each day In front of the grand stand TIlE DILLWORTH FAMILY SMEMBERS8 SMEMBERS8Unrivaled Unrivaled Acrobats The AeOACIAN VJJL Will Include the most gorgeous eztenivo and attractive array of amuse t meat features the beat and highest priced artists and the grandest aggro gallon of Oriental and modern noverty features ever congregated under one management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT E W SHANKLIN Secretary Lexington Ky 7Eicur8lon rates on all railroads See posters and small hand bills Obituary Dr Hugh McCollum aged 92 died Tuesday evening June 26th nt the home of his son Prof H B McCol htm Geneva 0 His death was duo to old age nnd ho had been gradually failing for several months Ho was n man ofstrict integrity and un obtrusive Christian character for i I whom death hadno terrors He leaves n wife an...

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 July 1900

1 THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 1IEUEA KENTUCKY Among those who assisted Presi dent Monroe to lay the cornerstono of an arsenal at Philadelphia was Frederick Fraley who was then 13 Fears of age Today aged 06 he Is the oldest man In the active business life of Philadelphia going to his bust ness dally bit president of n savings bank A Washington jeweler Is displaying in his window the horn rimmel eye glasses worn by Lord Cardigan In lending the famous charge of the light brigade at Balaklava It was worn os n substitute for a broken monocle nnd was finally sold among the effects of a relative of the officers military servant who had secured It after the battle Not n single reigning family in Eu rope belongs to the nation over which it rules The Austrian royal family the llnpsburgs are Swiss as are also the HohenzolleriiH Emperor Williams family Denmarks king is a German the king of Belgium n Saxon Alfonso of Spain is n Uourbon Humbert of Italy Is of n family from Savoy and George of ...

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 July 1900

r H 3 THIRTY WERE KILLED The Casualties of the International Force Which Captured TlenTsin 7 Ailra flr > IIKMIIH Iorrr Were In nn itrrnirl > Crlflcnl IottUin llul Itinl Untie n llrllllnnl Hr alal u ii co ulliliiic from Ickliia London Junu 291hu disunities of the intcrnntlonnl force nttiioklng ilcnTiihi were Aiiirrlciiiiii killed 3 wounded 2 Brit INII killed 2 wound ed 1 CcrinatiH killed U wounded 27 KilSfliiim killed 10 wounded 37 The gunfire of the AnicrleiiiiH and IJrltloh la described 1111 beiiutlfttl After the relieving force puidied on to relievo Adin Seymour Chluou reg ulars under lieu IehBa 11 n din paluh from Sliniiflml njnlii nltncked TlenTiiln fiercely nnd lioiubnrded the foreign ctt Itmeat witha terrible lireCol Col Donvnnl llrltlsli coinnmnded the column Hint relieved Adin hey mour Amcrlenn mnrlneii jmrtlcl piitrtl In the achievement The luhll I Ill I win found ctttrenchrti unit Mirroiimlrd by Immense nmmtes of Clilnfitr who were ilrlrcn off J y the relieving colum...

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 July 1900

tilL I Americanism Commenremrnt Oration Riven liy K A Clmiiln a meinbrr of Hie jrrmluMlnis of lleren Cohere 1UOO With tho discovery of America some four centuries ago a now factor cuter ed into the problem of tho worlds progress a larger factor perhaps than any other in the sum total of Christ ian civilization at the present time Since tho courageous Columbus and the adventurous Cabot braved the dangers of tho broad Atlantic in their frail crafts and returned with the glad tidings of a now laud far across the unknown sea there has never been a time when America has not given an onward impulse to tho great world current of human pro gress If we seek for the secret of her power the principle which has given this impetus to progress we shall find that it ts liberty Liberty is tho four dation of true Americanism The explorers and adventurers who came in search of exploit fame or fortune found wonderful attractions in the new world but their deeds and tholr influence are as nothing com p...

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