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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 July 1900

N1NNNNNNNNIINNN1 NNNN NN SUBSCRIBE MMl TODAY J N NINNNINNNNN1 11N111N NNNN1111NNN1N JTHE CITIZEN NNNMNNNN NNNNNNNINNNNNNM NN IAN L INDEPENDENTI 111 NN tip ii II in ii S 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a Year I I YOLoII BI3KEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 NO4 THE CITIZEN C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor Published at tho ofllco of Til 12 GrriZISN llorua Ky Knltrtil at tin IottoflM at lima Ay at uconil tfriM mallmatter IDEAS By the way call promptly and re new your mibscriptiou Neither political party In as bad as iU enemies represent it or us good as orators claim Big harvests and wo nhnll have thorn this year aro of little account unions they are well used Dont fail to rend the special do pnrtmoiila on tho fourth page this week Each one is worth tho price M of tho paper for n year The homespun bedcovers and homespun cloth brought to Berea continue to sell for high prices Mend your loom and earn Homo monoy The biggest thing Undo Sam will ...

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 July 1900

I THE CITIZEN ITHE HEREA A WEEKLY NBWSPAIJSR KENTUCKY What Is commonly known as the measuring or span worm has made H f appearance in the section of country surrounding Richmond Ind and is doing vast damage to young fruit trees A mystery with which every sailor is familiar is the formation of dust at sea Those who are acquainted with Bailing ships know that no mat ter how careful the decks may be washed down in the morning and how little work of any kind may be done during the day nevertheless Cf the decks are swept at nightfall an enormous quantity of dust will be collected Until the discovery of deposits of lime in the Calico mountains borax nad been a product of the marsh and of methods the simplest admitting no improvement in mechanical nppll nnces An entirely new era opened with the discovery of borate of limo in stratified rock formation Thence forward the industry was transform ed into a proposition akin to that of quartz mining An Italian military officer has pro duced n new...

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 July 1900

u i BRYAN AND STEVENSON BRYANANOSTEYENSONNominated Nominated by the Democracy for p President and Vice President The Ilnlfnrin Oppotr Iinprrlnlliiin 11111 Urlsin Mid 1rnI aid llrctnrrs fur lie Free ColiiMgti of 1111 trr Italbat 10 Iu I KOIIMIH City Mo July I1ho na tlonnl ileiuocrntlc cniirenllon iiiut nt noun July 4 orfiiulliiK nnd listening tn n few MpccchcM After routine biiHliicNs ndjouriiincnt wnn hud until ThursilnyThu Thu convention reomiumblcd at 1035 n UL Will In in J llryan of Nebraska wnn unaiiliiiously placed In nomination ilK the ileinocratlu canillilnto for presi dent of the U n I Idl States un n plat form opposing InipvriallHin iiillltiirlmn and trusts nnil pod lien liy declaring for for free colmiKu of dllver at the ratio of 16 to 1 The noinlnatlou iame nn the Iulnilimtlon of n frenzied demonstration In honor of the piirty lender lasting 37 111 I 1111 tell and giving uttenincu to all the pent up emotioim of t hAlt multitude It followed nUn a tierce Mtrugrlc Ihrmifliou...

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 July 1900

F Lf TH v Tribute to Helen Gould Miss Helen Gould who recently visited Berea and Richmond nnd who was the recipient of many courtesies while here is without doubt tho uncrowned queon of Amo rica The folowing tributo paid her by Congressman Chas B Landis is altogether lovely I will not attempt to specify the numerous projects of charity that have been given lifo and vigor by Miss Gould I know her gifts of recent years hare passed tho million dollar mark Would you have an idea of her personality T If so think of a good young woman loves her in your own town who parents and her home who is devoted to the church who thinks of the poor on Thanksgiving day and Christmas whose face is bright and manner unafected whoso dress is elegant in its simplicity who takes an interest in all things from polities to religion whom children loco and day laborers greet by reverently lift ing the hat and who if she were graduated from a homo seminary or college would receive a bouquet from every boy in to...

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 July 1900

INN HNNNNN1111INNNNNNIIIIN NIN11N NH I SUBSCRIBE 1 f I TODAY NN J JTHE CITIZENN11111s i I N11111s 44 eINNNNNNNINNNN1111NNN f i r AN INDEPENDENT 1 i L WEEKLY N 1 I 50c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a Year I YearI VOL n EmI MADISON COUNT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1900 NO r THE CITIZEN C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor blUhud Hi the Omlf1 of rUg OITIZI5X Ilorcn IeI KMmtf at the W40SK at herds Ay at tttetut eMu mutt mtUtr M441UI IDEAS I Diligence ia tho dottier of good luckLot Lot your rccrenlions bo manful not Htnfiil Washington Whatsouvor u man Bowoth that shall ho also will Jlible Sloth liko rust consumes faster than labor wears Franklin Ho miro to read tho letter from S ale Oil last page THE CITIZEN makes iiin bow to mnuy now aubscribern Start In with tho groat serial storj which begins this week Prosidunl Frost proachos in tho Baptist Church at Btiren on Suudaj August 12th at n union meeting Mitt Lena Wood tcltl call on our neiyhltors in litrea who have n...

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 July 1900

i I r THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NKWBlAtVK IIEREA KEN TUCKY George Bancroft the historian wu born at Woreeiter MOil October 3 1800 and a movement lion foot to commemorate the hundredth annl versary in suitable fashion 1 p The Adirondack mountain embrace in area of over two million eight hun dred thousand acre and in this great area fully 300 mountain peaks rise to altitudes ranging from 1200 to 5000 feet feetThe I The strongest men of the three manliest races In the present world are nonfleshcatlng the Turanian mountaineers the Mandlngo tribes of Eenegambia and the SchleBwlgHol teln Bauern who furnish the heav lest soldiers for the German army RntlI the ablest seamen for the Hamburg I 14avy 14avyThe Germanhie The German historian and novelist duster Freytag decided shortly be fore his death that the trouble with Germany was that through the death of Kaiser Frederich the generation that had grown up with him was de proved of the realization of lie ideas in favor of the younger generation r...

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 July 1900

FOREIGN MINIS ERS d Pears for the Worst Are Enter talned by Our Consul General Chlnnr Uri Kek nit I Thrrr Thon snail lloirr Mlnln Jinl Outside of Tic M TIis1u Meta of Aril Kind From IVkliiu WiiHblntoii July HThe depart ment of state IIIIN received n dispatch from Consul ten ioodnow nt Sliiiiij hnl miyiiif thin the governor of Shun Tuntf wlrcH tliPt the Hoxern nnd aoldlern were bonibiirdhif the lejju lions for a II nit l attiiek upon the srv nth of July He is extremely anx ious for tin wifely of the minister nnd friendly Chinese In Peking Tho consul Bddn Ihnt fence of the worst fire generally entertulned The ittnto depnrtment nlso has rc celved n dlnpttuh from Gen McVnde viceroyLI LI hung Chnnfr bus engaged iimrteri l1IpIIllt hart that the date of his departure for t hn north Is nn yd undecided London July 141 iievvn n cncy re port Miyn Hint an olllcinl message rerelvcd In London stntcs that nil the for lgncrs In Peking were mur tiered July 6 YuhhiiiKt i July HIhl Chinese minister Mr...

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 July 1900

I 1 Letter from J G Fee Race Prejudice Rnco prejudice is the feeling of nn tipathy which persons of one raco hold against persons of another race Correctly speaking there is but ono race God hath made of one blood i nil nations of men Eve is the moth i er of us all But in civilized and barbarous lands men are divided into I classes tribial provincial and other wise In this country the principal division is that of colored and white The colored are the decen dents of those who were once enslav ed and placed by society in a lower caste Though freedom came to the enslaved unfortunately in this count ry proscription still rests upon those who wear the complexion of the former plave This however unjust exists and this by tho customs of society and church arrangements and tnto legislation The colored how ever meritorious many may now be are held in a proscribed condition in society in church and in state and tho sad fact is that by race education this race prejudice is strengthened iu a 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. — 25 July 1900

r 1 SUBSCRIBE j I TODAY I TODAYTHE CITIZEN j PATENT S r 7W OZOZz z z7ozz7z OZOZ t7V OFa ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer 0Season in Mens and Boys Fine IStylish Made i CLOTBItrG I I ICLOTBItrG JTK are prepared to cloth you with thc Lowcatprlccil rightly made absolutely allwool Clothing In America Rightlymade M It li of Jamotii Vitals llrand 4 llio only rcadytowcar Clothing Tailored on a strictly tclcntlflc basis In clean well KQ ventilated workrooms 1crfcct lilting and wcarmUtlug because the Inside the I Vital V the very life of the garment li carefulness In making represents the ex j i ivndtturo ol time and thought end It a decided contrast to the tailoring seen In M onlluary readytowear lothlng The Fabric that we Dhow arc the very newest 1 derlgni that will be seen Hits ecaMin Many confined exclusively to ni In the face of r I the above facts The most extraordinary feature combining our groat oiler Is that we Kf can and do sell our Clothing at t Ocall r o 4 LESS MONEY o t Than els...

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

F N v THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSXAI n UEREA KKXTUCKY In the manufacture of tobacco St Louts has long led nil the rest of tho world From the Missouri district chiefly in its principal city the gov ernment dtnws far more revenue from tobacco manufacture than it does from any other quarter in the cOlin try In San Diego cu1y California re cently there died at the great age of 133 years Augustine chief of the Sequoia tribe of Indians He has ruled the tribe over 100 years and in nil that time had never been incapac itated by sickness for more thau ono day at time The oldest living recipient of an honorary degree from Harvard is ex Gov George S lloutwcll of Massachu setts who received the LL D degreo in 1851 when it was the custom to so honor the governor of the state a custom which stopped with the ela tion of Benjamin F Butler The insurance people will soon take up the matter of having cotton baled in the newfashioned round bale in stead of the old square bale which has always been more o...

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

3 I THE GREAT WORLDS CRISIS At CnlilnM Mr HI run Ur 1011fir the Uld fllnlpH Wni nrflnllrlr nnil rally llprhlril Upon WaHiiliiRton July 21R n result of the cabinet meetings held Tuesday and Thnrwlny the policy of the Unit ed BtntcH concerning the great world crisis In Clilim In filIIIIlIel definitely derided upon flue substance of tills policy In HM follows 1 Tim ITnltrd States will under no circumstance join In the partition of Chlnn among the povvcm 2 The United States will use nil HH Influence to the utmost extent short of war with Kuropcnn nations to prevent tho dlEiiicinbcnncnt of limo ChlncM empire 3 The United States proposes to have n voice In the settlement of limo Chinese trouble and Its voice will ever ho against Kpollntlon anti In fa vor of preservation of Clilnnn tcrrl lorlnl nnd governmental entity along i tho lines net forth In Secretary Hays note to the power dated July 3 4 Ihe United State wilt not de clare war upon China on the prevent allowing of facts no matter wh...

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

Jj Who Owns Berea College Many people oven some who lirA in tho village of Borea do not full understand the aims and workings ol this groat institution Before the War as wo all havo heard it was begun or founded John G Feo J A H Hogers John Hanson and others drew up a con stitution or agreement that was the beginning of the College This con stitution begins with tho words b m order to promote the Cause of Chris All that has been done by this school is in Christs name and for His glory The Constitution goes on to say that the object of the Collego shall bo to furnish a thorough education t ° all worthy young pooplo at the least possible expense in money The founders and all who havo sicce aid ed the Institution believed that one of the best ways to promote the cause of Christ was to provide an education for all who really desired itlTo give a man bread without making him pay what it is worth will do the man harm make him lazy and a pauper But to give o man education of the right sort...

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

Dodge IIY I iot I S 1TODAY I TODAYI SUBSCRIBETIDE CITIZEN f p rPft51rs SJ + N + 5 G > o A PROCLAMATSOF OF I ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer ISeason in Mens and Boys Fine Of Stylish Made CLOTHING I WK are prepared to cloth you with the rowe tprlll rightly made absolutely all wol ClothIng In Amerlra Klghtlyraadc aIt U ol famous VitaU Ilnuu the only nmlylowear Clothing Tailored on actrletly Klcntlfic basli In clean well ventllalod workrooms Perfect fitting and wear resttng IKCHUMS the Inside the IbeIUtl i Vital Iho very life of the garment In carefulness In making rcprcccuU the ex i 1llIllIre III time IInd thought and II a dechltvl ronlnnl III the lallorlllg wen III onllnary readytowear Clothing Tho Fabric that we show are the very iicwctt i dwlfrni thaI will lie ecii IhU JCHMUI Many conflneil exclusively to us In the face of j the above facts The moat extraordinary feature combining onr great oflerIthat we I can and do soil our Clothing at o e LESS MONEY ee Than elfttwhcro How 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. — 1 August 1900

f THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWEPAIJSR BEREA KENTUCKY Col David B Henderson speaker of the federal house of representatives Is spending the summer with Mrs Henderson in the Adirondacks Later he will leave for 1arii to visit the ex position positionIt S It is something of a mistake to sup pose that women in Chinn have no rights that n man is not bound to re spect The idea that she Iof no im portance is altogether incorrect In her home as a wife she exercises an authority that would make a denizen of the western world gap with won der thatt It is suggested that it will be profit able to try the experiment of using gas engines for driving ships the gas being generated on the vessel itself Coal will be roasted in retorts aboard the ship in order to drive off the gas for the engines The coke thus pro duced would furnish the fuel needed to roast the coal The roses he wooded island at the Worlds fair grounds in Chicago are said to be just ns fine now as they were during the fair Planted in 1P92...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 August 1900

r 3 1 TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL lotnn In the Inlrrnnlliinnl Nrrlri fur Auuual a IIHIU Iritis and the Chlllrni Irrtmrcd Icy It c lrnlrmlon Tim M3880I TEXT Mntllicw 18111 1 At Iho nnmp limo came tho illsrlplm unto Jwiin rniyliitr Who Is tho grate 1 In Iho kingdom of IlrnvcnT 2 And Jrniin called a lltllo child unto Him nnd rrl him In Iho midst of llimn 3 And Mild verily 1 any untu you ex rrpt yo tm convcrlcil and become na lit tlo chllilron yo hall not enter Into thQ Idncdom of leaven t Vhocoever theroforo shall humblo himself nn Ibis little child Iho same I a greatest In the klncdom of llrnven r And whoso shall receive one DUch Illllo Ihlld In My nnmo rrcrlveth Ma C Hut whoso hnll offend ono of then o llttla uniii which hcllevo In Mi It wrra licltcr for him that a millstone wero hanged about din neck and thnt he were drowned In the depth of Iho lira 7 Woo unto tho world because o f offense fur It must needs l > o that of rinses rums but woo to that man by whom tho offense cometh 1 8 Where...

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

L Sf = What Your Child Any Qct From Berea College As wo explained last week Sere College is a gift to the people place in the care of Trustees who are to manage it for the benefit of the Iso pie in tho ways laid down in the Con stitul ion ntitutionThe The trustees are bound to use tho property placed in their hands lor just one purpose Christian Educ lion lionThe The object of Boron College is 1I0t to provide work for people nor to 10lld money not anything else except Iho Olin thing to help fathers and moth ers get the best education for their children And we believe that this is the greatest benefit that could pos sibly be given It is better than if the college could give a cow to ever girl and a spun of mules to every boy I If the boy and girl are rightly edu cited they can get cows and mule for themselves and will know how to take care of them and how to get tho good things in life and bo useful nut honored citizens Tho education tin Beroa brings will enable the yotin people of K...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 August 1900

rH SUBSCRIBE I T AYN i AYNTIDE CITIZEN > F 7 AN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNLNNIN INDEPENDENT 1 fiWEEKLY NNNNINNNNLNNNNNNNNMNNNNNI IJ r 4 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests 01 the Home Scbool and Farm f 5U a Year I YearI VOL II BEHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 WOO XO 8 THE CITIZEN itor1 C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor I Mn > lie l at III oaks of oIIkOlI Tim OITiyl2N fovea Ky 1I ifaNri at ftc PtHvfN trt Atm AI M tettnul itaJi M IMO IDEAS It it nlwayit Ixltpr to work for IIMII Pit V Uinu to lit idle Dont lot weeds go to well lu your garden nod thus make extra work for you next year The fret BchonU lure iMgnu nra your children provided with books H ml well started I If you are In debt Tlio CITIZEX liojHM ojt are eelnow In tho lulu to lay Up mouay for pujinunt A nmn who dots and inunlura in New Orlutiiis is no bettor tlmn the man who r ami murders In Cliiim Full loom Uoren College Sep lonilHir 12 Now item of interoal will bo Kindly rucolvwl at this office Cut out nod BHVO tho article...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 August 1900

0 I THE YtJ17lJItf41fY4htlohti7f STURGIS t1 A DETECTIVE STOUT I Br EDGAR MOHETTE Off jrlfkt im by TrcdtrUk A Sloki Co J CHAPTER V CortTWUro Point flrf resumed Sturgis the right arm was broken just above the wristYes said the physician I though at first that the arm might have been broken in the collision with the cable ear but the discoloration of the flesh prates conclusively that the fracture ceurred before death Precisely Now it is possible thai the man broke his arm when he fell after being shot but the contused wound looks to me as if it had been made by a severe blow with some blunt lust rumen t IastrumCntPonibl admitted Thurston This broken arm it we can place It in Its proper chronological position may prore to be of some Importance in the chain of evidence mused Stur fs If the fracture occurred before the man was shot that of course ex cludes the possibility of suicide but on the other hand it also brings in an obstacle to the hypothesis of mur lee rHow How so Because w 8 h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 August 1900

3 ± 1 THE CITIZEN A WKKKLV NKWSPAPKIC IIKflBA KKNTtCKY I f E I I I One of the few pnrta of Windsor rnstle which has rriualned unchanged ulnce Its first construction In HOI U tho roynl kitchen Pawnbrokers take some curious pledges but It Is not often they nr e offered one from another world A London suburban pawnshop however exhibits In Its window ns nn once deemed pledge n magnificent aerolite a mass of fused tnctel that fell ns It were from bcnvrn to provide n poor man with his brer A tlckct brurn the statement that It was brought from the arctic regions by a sailor Big Verdi has almost brought to completion the philanthropic scheme on which he has been engaged since ISPM Outside the forts Magenta at Milan he tins bought n large piece of ground and on It baa built A bouse of rest for musicians This building which was Wgun In 1B90 cover a a urea of more than 2000 square yards It will shelter 100 needy musician 60 men ami 40 women of not lea than 6i yearn of nge n n Passengers by Wel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 August 1900

1 E The Cost of Schooling at Bcrej It is important that everyone hould know nil about the cost of schooling at Beren As has been stated before Bert College is not a moneymaking institution tutiou Tho school was founded on purpose to help fathers had mothers educatotheir children But the Co le e can only IitlJit cannot ndopt children and do everything for thom like an Orphan asylum The college offers its education that is its instruction the care of its largo company of splendid teachers as a free gift No teacher receive any money that is paid by student t THE TUITION is FREE Tho people who maintain the school feel however that the students who receive fnis free tuition or their par i ents ought to pay eomethlng So the I College charges an Incidental Fee to help pay for tho sweeping and warming of tho schoolrooms the in surance and repairs on the building the Library the Scientific Apparatus and other largo expenses outside oC the tuition This fee is SJO for a term of 12 weeks which ...

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