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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 July 1899

r The Citizen SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ClrcoliticD, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the" Home, School, and Farm. 00 c t Year. VOL. I. UiSKRA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 2(5, 1890. NO. MADISON COUNTY FAIR Richmond, Ky., Aug. 14, 1899. $1000 BANKERS' STAKE, for Saddle Stallion, Mare, or Gelding. $6000 In Purses and Premiums. BALLOON ASCENSION AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. BAND IN ATTENDANCE. TROTS CALLED AT The Citizen t. a. PASCO, KDITOR and M AN AHr.lt. PublUkwt l the oc ol TIIK CITIZEN, Hare, Ky. imf at fx iHl-flrt at rm, AV-. n 'fotd Hat .Mil mafov IDEAS It often takes more courage to keep out of a tignt than logo into it. Notice tho description of the New Noriml Course nt Berea on our last The biggest thing Uncle Sam does for us fa giving us a chance to send our children to school Uon t miss it this summer. If jou believe in The Citizen, show it to jour noighbor and advis hiru to subscribe, the more aubscnptions we get tbe better piper we can nave. The bridires on the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 July 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. a. PASCO, l'ditor and aianru-er. III.UKA, : KKNTUCKY. $ irvr? a t r a ll By Regent Minor. Kwr.Ji'15'..r Onboard a 1" Htiil o sir nnrr. a ho! after noon In the Mnlittrr.ini in, tl - lUck Is de serted but for ihr- pits- hri t and an oc taslor.al no:e--le Iiecr. Mh-a Molly TlthtrlRr, looking dalnly nml cool In a white frock anil shoes. I lttiK iMCk In htr deck chair wllh snoin Look on herknee. She inriark haired, cray-tyed. nnrt Interesting to th- verjie of jirrltlrimn Mr. Archie CimplKil. In a white linen tropical iu:i, a paper In his hat.ils, lie In i lie shadow of a nt i-shltom k boat. Mf l il.uk unil coott-looKliic, but ml her uadir the -milium height. Mrs. Mat'iova, n e'drrly lady with n ry stvtre cuunniijiup, nods ovtr her knltllhx further up lilt deck. POI.I.V (with a sigh of relief) At last I've got rid of Unit horrid old i 1 1 1- lit a colonel, fiteli nn itlciil ilny J Such it wicked waste to spend It talking to lilm! I wonder whetc- 0! here he u. (Mil- subside...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 July 1899

3 a nr V II 1 .1 i At Clcvclnml, ()., Tliry Were On dciTil Out liy Mayor Fnrley for Strike Duty IMilny. STRIKE ASSUMING A SERIOUS ASPECT. Stun Thrown nt Every Cur Tlint C'anin Alontr on Wilson Armio mill l'curl .Street A Siil.l nf I'ollro I'srtUllj s.nraes.1 In I, ..pine llnlor Mitny llrnknn lUmli Hi Kr.ult-Atl.i.ipt la lllnw I'p h I'sr uu s.urll.l Avsnu. Cl.r.vM.sMi. O.. July Si -The street lallwiiy strike l nsiiicnlnu it more tlirriitcnlin; aspect. At 4 o'clock I'riilnjr afternoon Mayor l'nrlry orilercil tlio naval reserves to prepare for strike iluty. This urgnil x.itliui, 101 strong, nrincil with t.ec ritles nml ( S a 1 1 1 n i; anil ("mnlticr ma chine Rims assembled nt their armory, (in tfllilry street, at 0 o'clock, ami Kri llay nielli slept there. Tliry are await ItiK' the further orders of the mayor. I'rMav infill llierc nu rioting on WlUon .uremic ami on lVarl street. A liioli of 1 (XX I collcclcil on Wilson nvc iiiic between I'ayne arriiue ami Su perior street, anil threw ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 July 1899

BEREA COLLEGE REV. Wm. Q. PROST, Ph. D., President. NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 18991900 General Insluclors: The College Faculty. Special Instructors: Airs. Vocuni, iMrs. Hunting, Mrs. Putnam, Tutor Mathcny. Lecturer: Dr. Alayo. Berea College has always been famous for its teachers. The Stato Superintendent his stated thnt Berea does more for the Common Schools of Kentucky thnn any other institution in tho State. Its teachers ore wanted everywhere. The Normal Department is organized to givo the best training possible to teachers. Classes are so arranged as to accommodato teachora, and experience, in teaching may count in tho course. Its diploma is the highest recommendation for scholarship and training. Preparation in the Teachers' Grammar School Course. r.ui. VMKTKIl. sriiiNis. j 1 I'hysiologv Civil Government. PI I : I KxerrlMnlnlrltcrwrit fug ntxl bRInts j form-, with analysis, a j pantos, ml corrco tlon of fle stutnx. Harvey's (irammar and Tarbcll-H technic) court- lor techer. .Material ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 August 1899

The Citizen. SUB8CRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ClmlitlM, 1000. Deroted to tbi Interests or the Hone, School, and Farm. We i Ten. VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1899. NO. 7. Lexington Horse-show, Fair, and Carnival AUGUST 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 1899. Biggest thing ever inaugurated in the South. $25,000 Given away in Purses and Premiums AMUSEMENT FEATURES UNEXCELLED DIVING ELKS 5 GUIDELESS WONDERS DIVING HORSES HIGH BICYCLE DIVE THP MinWAV The Greatest on Earth 11IL, ITIIUYYAI New Features from all Nations Catalogs, Blanks, Etc., E. W. SHANKLIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky. . Excursion Rates on all Railroads. The Citizen T. (1. PASCO, i:illTOIl rU MANAOKK. I'ublUaH at the or i( TUB OITIZKN, Here, Ky. f.'trrr-l it tSt W :$te nl A" . at cit.l (Vkm will iifrr IDEAS It is tin honor tu n inn ti to coasn from strife: hut every fool will bo meddling. I'talmi It) S, Hooker Washington is the greatest living Negro, and his greatest word wits this: "I will never nllow it whi...

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 August 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. O. TASCO, Editor and Uanscer. JIF.nBA, : : KKVTUCKY MIDSUMMER. flerc falls th sun from glowln sklee. Alonr the roadside dint;. Or shadow by the hertserow lira Iletween the. spaces thrust; A Ult rnt'i nest 'mid ragged thorns, I.Ike some array ghost of spring, Bttll keeps a hint of April morm Where roblna used to line. All dr the long, long golden beams Of sunshine flash and fall. And silence locks the sluggish rtrrama Whose currents downward crawl; While airy, vagrant butterflies With desultory flight. ' Peneath a dome of cloudless skies, Float past In shimmering light. And en the bills a soft haie swims, nine etched against the blue. Above the far horlion rims, Ione stretching to the view; And In the woods a dove's low plaint In melancholy croon Comes through the vistas, sweet and faint. While fades the afternoon. Then twilight spreads her fluttering veil While sinks the sun's red shield. And stars put forth their facets pale To lighten tare and Held, And on past sce...

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 August 1899

HIS PREDICTION. On. Jloseoso Says Unrlo .Snm Will Keltic tlio b'nn Uotiilitjro Trouble. Ti t'nllnl KUIri Ahnnt lo Renil Natal Vessel la III Island in 1'rnUrl lb Interests nf American lleslilent Mioulil Orraslon .Wise. Nr.w YottK, .July SO.-Ocn. AlicUrtlc A. Mon-cno, an exiled lender of tlio lib eral pnrly of Snnlo I)uiuiii;o, now llr llijf In Now York, snys: "Tlie dentil of l'roslilunt Hcuri-mix nil I, I think, sure ly be followi'il by a lontf Male of illsur dor nntl rovoliitlmi. I wnnt to ciniilia. alio this proplii'ry that tho I'nltcd States will crentually bo compelled lo Interfere to establish pence In the Islnnil, just nsllil country did In Cubn. 1 faror the policy of tK-aec. I shall bu to return lo my country nnil support such a policy If It la Inau'ii rated by (ion. ripiicrca, tlio vleo presi dent, who aucfcciU to tlio head of tlio irotrerntnrnt. Hut if something is not iiilelly dono to establish order and pence more revolutionary expedition Mill follow, like that of (ien. Ji...

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 August 1899

Bcrca General Hos pital. Introductory Statements. Tho hospital Is hero to assist people in curing (or tin nick. It is always ready to receive pa tients. It gives better care than ean bo given in even the best home, and nt much less expense. It is ulfO ready to send apprentice nurses or emergency helpers to care for sick tiersous at their homes, at reasonable rates. It expect all who can do so to pay reasonable charges, and the expense of others will Iks met by their friends. Tho hospital will lie grateful for gifts which may bo used in caring ,for those who lack botli money and 'friends. 1. Patients, or their friends, should apply to tho Superintendent, who may always bo found at her Ollico Hours, lO.-.'tO n. m. For furth er particulars see chapter 1. ') C i I'nrVTJ It-litl llflVn tilt I1 1 Hn4- iUl lo (li lirmVnii nt slii?lit indisiKwition sliirht indisposition by calling nt the Hospital, (2) calls ratlin u Jipm Hitil. ....... o i - - ilst! 4a.l.it ill Ml limit- 1 ittul cnrH ucui, ...

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 August 1899

The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. I c & Ycir. VOL. I. UJ2REA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1899. NO. 8. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, RlltTOR and MANAOKR. rnblUfctil it lha oOfx ol TUB CITIZEN, More, Ky. Enttrtit at the W-eBfr nr JaVrm, A. u eiM mtl-mittn IDEAS. Thar is iijw wjrk for ovorybody let everybody work. And, remembering that wo caanot always bo earning money as uow, lot ovcrybody save his earnings. He run baa grown more in tho laat two years than in any ton years before. Get jour room ready to rout. Fall term oihsus early Sept. 13. Vc bogin this woek a series of ar ticles on tho history of tho Mormons. You will wish to read thorn all care fully. Ifyouhavo not dono no al roady, Bulncrilo to day. Tho progress of tho Negro is a mat ter of concern to tho white peoplo as well. If the Negro is debased his white neighbors will suffer. All honor and success to the colored s...

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 August 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. Q. PASCO, Editor tnd Manager. ! KENTUCKY. OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side. Reading is a great thing, but it makes a big difference what you read. The Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every tale of crime or horror, but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh bors everywhere. For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson; for house wives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors; for. the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers. The re sources of Bcrca College arc not for its students alone. The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State, and he has engaged several of the most distinguish...

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 August 1899

ELECT OFFICERS. Second Diiy'i Session of the Yonng PeopItV Christian Union. Th Membership of th Jaator Colon li tO,tO-lii7 New Soeletlas Orgaalsod llarlaf Year-Total Meatberntilp SI.07T. 1U of 1,1X0. . I'lTTinuBon, r., Avg. 4. The ae c ml day's session of the Young People's ClirlitUn Union convention, which opened at the Dmiuesne carden Wed nesday night, was preceded Thursday morning by a bible atudy In the Hello Held l'rcsbyterlan church. Ilev. W. 0. Moorhr.ar I). IX, of Xenla, a, con. ducted the service. An hour later when the bljr choir began the praise service, the Duaquesne garden audi torium wa crowded to the doors. Over ,0O0 delegate were In their rata and seversl thotuand visitors parked the aisles and entrances. After prayer by Iter. J. K BanVey, of Hocheater. N. Y., Iter. Addlton Alexander read the report of the com mittee on nominations at follows: l'rrsldeul1 Schuyler Y. Livingston, of Chicago; secretary, Miss Daisy Stln son, of Chicago, press secretary, Hugh 1L Mortal!,...

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 August 1899

BEREA COLLEGE REV. Wm. 0. FROST, Ph. D., President. NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 18991900 ' Genera! Instuclors: The College Faculty. Special Instructors: Mrs. Yocum, Mrs. Hunting, Mrs Putnam, Tutor Matheny. Lecturer: Dr. Mayo. Bereft College has always been bupennienueni lias slated mat uerea does more lor tne wmmoo bcqoois of Kentucky than any other institution in tho State. Its teachers are wanted everywhere. The Normal Department is organized to give the best training possible to teachers. Classen are bo arranged as to accommodate teachers, and experience in teaching mar count in tho course. Its diploma is the highest recommendation for scholarship and training. Preparation in the Teachers' Grammar School Course. rhydoli'gy. Exercise In letter-writing and bulnct form, with antlrile, Irlnx, ami cotwe tlon ol tl syuut. s mo ss X Si s Prlnce'i No. 7. JUj't Revised. Prlne Iplc, Methods and IrobIem. Study Period, with Tvache y'l ld. t I U. 8. History. Uet text, ulth outline and geotmphlnil tull...

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 August 1899

The citizen. SUBSCRIBE AN INDEPENDENT TODAY WEEKLY ClrcDlallM, iOOO. Devoted (o the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 60 c a Year. vOli. I. IJKWKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1(5, ISiKI. NO. it. The Citizen T. (. PASCO, I1IIITOII mill MA.NAOKIt. Till! OITI.UN, More, W.im until nmttrr. Ky. II1I-AS. How to I, happy -work, sing anil pro.. Thin i tli mim fur uswp m.wd iug aim! NMtooktioitt. Tim bunt prrwchw U the one who helps u trtit (kI ami lovwmir neighbors. This it also Um time of year for -.xirtinfr Tin Citixes will remind III foicisr rn'ks that n l.ll!.. .,t ":s uiai a l.lllii mliH - a - t..m proiH-riv lakl in. I...f,,r .. ring will fo k gitod way in -uriiiK , v , u li;ppim-x uil uifom ',r MtwriH of hast Hernstadt The Amerioni. Monthly Koviow ofir" '" "' Mt"lav ni.d TueSdny, Iev.e Nun- !,. .1,.. ..1 li .1 1 ,'V"W ltl ork dono. , t. . ..." f..w.. ...ti.i v 1 , !...... t.l i! 1. i. ..-in mi minion no onuncuvo nineroriio H morn unrt iv nf .ml.. f.,r the great ...

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 August 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. Q. PASCO, Kdllor and Manager. iii:ui:a, : KF.NTUCKY. WHEN I HAVE TIME. When 1 have time I'll pause and turn aside; I'll take the narrow way; rorsaKc tnclflf I'll nhun the thoroughfares whero traftlc grind Forever and anon. Where lucre's sheen the soul of mankind blinds. Hut drives and shoves him on: And Rubles his lingers to his neighbor's nurse. And sinks him to perdition's depths or worse; I'll Quit these scenes, some day v When I have time. When I have time, at home I'll spend It mere: I'll kiss the face that precis me at the door; And by my tired wife I'll take my place. Her burdens i ill 1 share. I'll smooth her way; I'll banish from her face The shnd'wy clouds of care. I'll hie me to the by-wayi the oppressed I'll aid; I'll rnmfort the distressed. These things I'll do, arid more When I have time. When I have time I'll make my peace with (led; I'll tread the paths that other saints have trod; I'll take my duty Hlble from Its shelf And read It through, and throug...

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 August 1899

THE HURRICANE. I'onrr, I'. It., Almost DrMroyfd, Nar ly All Frnnio lloiisr Down. Ilm(lnlhl'rl Kstlnistrilat aiSO.ooo triors Was Awful llrslrnellna of 1'iuprrlf an Ilia I'. litem t'nalt Largs nmbr nf l.lr, l-ott. Wakiiisotox, Atip;. 13.The weather Imrrnii Issues tlio foltonrlnjr hurricane bulletin: "llurrlcano renters npparcnt ly Approaching Nassau, Italiamn. Storm v Incrrnsc In Intensity upon resell ing the (!ulf stream, and will probably roncli tlic Soutli Atlantic coast tovrnt vl tlic Pulled State Friday night. Sas Ji'a.n hk I'onTu Itifo, Auif. 12. A hurricane broke over the south cimat at I o'clock Tuesday morning rind swept northwest. There was no abate ment for nine hours, the greatest dam ntfe being done between H and 10 a. m. The lres were down and communlcn lion with the Interior was Impossible. It Is now chiefly carried on by couriers. It Is now said that 500 persons lost their lives at I'onco during the hurri cane Terrible distress prevails there. Arroyo, on the south coas...

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 August 1899

1 The Counties. Copy for thli IVpurtmtnt mud rth the al itor on Ruturdur prreKlInx lte of Iwnc. Rockcastle County. Dlsputanta. Preachers' Association at Tanyanl Saturday. Three preachers preached at Mt. Stewart Saturday. Miss Niimiio Anglin has returned from her visit on lloundstoue. J a til oh Hammond says ho is the best looking man on Clear Creek. . A prayer meeting lias been organ iod at tho Hammond school-house. Abney A: Co. are sotting up a shingle mill on Mason Aiigliu'n place. Xotth Angliu, of Copper Creek, is attending school at the Hammond district. Mr. and Mrs. Gievii Hopkins, of Iloundstone. are visiting fiiouds at this plRce. Abner Evorsolo had a combat with a large rattle snuko several days ago but tho snake escaped. James Hammond and 1). 1. Allen had a lonely ride Sunday night, go ing to Climax to hear the Mormons preach. Owsley County. Owsley county is ouo of tho oastorn counties of Kentucky and was form ed in 1813, being named for Gov. William Owsley. It is well wate...

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 August 1899

V Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000, Devote to the Interests o( tbe Home, School, and Farm. 60 c a Tear. VOL. I. I3EHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1899. no; 10. THE The Citizen t. a. PASCO, rillTOR anil MANAHICR. TublUhH at the offlr of THIi GITIZHN, Here, Ky. Kiitml nl Iht frM-oft nl B'rm, at ,nW, rtiM mntltr. IDEAS. It ii eay to itlm at nothing and to hit jour mark. Study thn tmuouncoineut of Beroa College on our last page, mid aelect the course your child ought to enter. An ollicer or ruagifitrato is olected not for ht own aako. hut to sent thn public. "Public ollico la r public trout." Wo believe that tho mornion "el ilora and "miaaionariea" are "wolves In whwjp'a clothing" but nobody has n right to opjxwo thorn with clubs, hvprjlxxir In America has a right to hit own ideas, and the right of free speech. A negro who commits a crime in tho bouth is certain to be punished by law; courts, juries, everybody is down on him. There m...

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 August 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. a. PASCO, Editor and llsnsger. Ill-IKEA. : t KKVTUCKY 9 A Local Paragraph By' Edgar Temple Field. ' THK time hns come for the Amor J lenn people to net. Slinll 50.000, 000 pntrlotii nil supinely by nnd let con scienceless rnseals trnr the stnrs of glory from tl.c Mag they love nnd trnmple Its proud fold of crimson nnd white Into the mire of nntlonnl dls honor? Not while the deeds of 'TO still shine through the mists of yenrs In tin ixnmpled splendor. Not while the memories of 'fit yet live In the henrts thnt thrilled with the stress of that he roic struggle. Not while " .Tori ' Snively, editor of the Melooglc Moni tor, lnld down his pen with n sigh. Outside the dusty little window the green wnters of the buy were sparkling In the sunshine. A keen north breeze wns driving grent huddling mnsses of white-shouldered clouds over a field of dazzling nrure, nnd only a mnn who loved the sport with the whole-souled earnestness that filled his entire being could know how the f...

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 August 1899

THE RACE PRODLKM. s) aswaasaaaaaaassstasaaan lllship f. II. Itoleer, uf Tessa, Hat a hro , Colon Ihom and y Kreel N,ero Male. I I GiiiCAno, Auy. 19. -Al the meeting of the colored men's ronretillon Friday, Illaliop U It. llnltcj-, of Texan, pro- Hiea to the members an entlrolr new schemo for the solution of the race problem. IIU Idea la to hare the Ne ' (jroea build up a ie,araU rorernment or their own, but Initead of dcportlnir them to Africa, aaatlrocaied by HUhop i urner, of Ueorffla, ho would hate thli mecca, of the colored man located with te United State a, I Jllihop llolity explains hli propott tlon at follows: There U but one way to sole thli problem and that Ii separation and cirreeatlon. That It, the Negro race mutt occupy a ttate or ttatet and hold territory to UiemsclTfs. To make Ihlt rooTf merit erTectlre 1,500,000 toI trs thould algn a petition to congress lo Mt apart a tuftlclent amount of the public domain with proper IrgltlatUe restrictions by which a ttate or ttate...

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 August 1899

ni Wt If l IT New Courses at Berea. 'Almost any kind of study at a good school ia pleasant and profitable, but to get the. real good of attending school .one ahould take some definite course. By a Course we mean a vet of atudies' which have been grouped together in auch a way that each will help the others. Besides this, the per son who take a course of study gets enough (ogive him n somewhat com plete preparation for a railing in lifa. Berea College offers several new courses the coming year and parents will wish to studj upon the question of where their children shall be placed in the school. For those who have not jet completed the common branches, like Arithmetic nnd Geog raphy, that ;s those who are not suf ficiently advanced to pass an ordinary , teachers' examination, Berea offers two things: 1. Work in tho Model Schools which will enable them in the quick est and most thorough way to com plete these common branches. 2. Work iu the Trade Schools where they will give half thei...

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