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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

tl y SU3333IBE L TODAYj1 1 IIII LN11NHININN1111 N1111N111 N1111N111Tun CITIZEN IAN INDEPENDENT r L WEEKLY J DOc a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year f I I 3 VOL 11 BEHBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 WOO NO9 THE CITIZEN C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor Iulillihed Hi the offlcv ol Till CITIZEN Boron Ky Knttmt at lAc IWeffltt at lima Ay 01 utantl that tiuilltnottcr IDEAS Tlio bail way to fertilize u farm Is with sweat and brains AH wo stand in our beautiful gnr dons In August wo tiro glad Hint wo worked last Spring Train up n child in tho way lib should go and wliun ho Is old ho will depart from It Jlible A child in not to bo trained to IMJ u n good child only but brought up to IM > n foal mini or woman Full Form opuim Sept lls 1reihloul Frost prmahos at Slate Lick again nuxt Sunday nt 2 p m Look on your wrapper and sun when your mibscribtlon to tho CITIZEN oxplroH oxplroHHomier Homier of tho OWES are furnish wl thin wpok ithn very valunblo ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

i IT CANNOT BE tt cannot be my God It cannot bel When day by day from out tho dawn ing tkles Thy morning sun smites on my openln eyes Undimmed revealing radiant land and sea And years Mill and my strength an ever strong That come time all must cease and come the hour When this poor handful of brave mortal power Dissolves a rope of sand while round m throng TIM somber shadows of a dawnless night Nay but I ween some morning 1 shall wake And on my sight a scene familiar break And yet transfigured somehow In the light Of suns more golden skies more crysta clear And my soul marveling understand al last That In brief sleep my ready feet have passed Dry hod the still dark river without fear That consciousness to consciousness Is bound Pearl close to pearl linked In one shining chain Whose perfect thread was never snappce In twain Lift knew no lapse and Is not now reo found But never lost and Its full titles proclaim Through all eternity my God Thy name Stuart Sterne In Springfield Mass He ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

i f k f 1J r rtT 11r n 01on nw tA j f r + t cJji r l I r t 4l > i Y1JI1 i iff lIS 1 tto 1 yr t JI JAMERICAN OCCUPATION OF THE PHILIPPINES Historical Record from the Time of the Ca pitulation of Manila to Admiral Dewey and the United States Navy l War with the Filipinos Has Been Fostered by the Democratic Allies of Aguinaldo How the Enemies of Our Country Have Toasted William Jennings Bryan I wap 11 The Fire In the Rear Prevents a Peaceful Administration of the Affairs of the IslandsLawtons Letter and I k Deweys Denial ANILV capitulated to time rwillAII Hlnte force commas l ed by Admiral Dewey ou Mny 1 IhJS In order to become Informed clam l the fuiulltlun of nffnlr In the Philip I pine President McKlnley on Jail C J j 15 > SW niUKdntvtl n fominUslon com posed of President J n Seliurtnnn ori Cornell University roCIIIIor Dean Worcester Olmrli Deuby Into Min ister to China Ailiulrnl Dewey and General Otllt rite communion minded UN retort lo President McKlnley Nut 2 lM tt nntl the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

t 1p THE CITIZEN A WEKKLY NKWS1AIJSR 1IKIIKA laS1ltCIY before been published was received from Captain J J Erwin assistant surgeon Thirtieth Infantry stationed at Liieban in the Island of Luzon Captain Erwin says the document was found In the church at Lueban when that place was garrisoned by the Second battalion Thir tieth infantry with enlistment rolls with names of officers and men enrolled in conformity to the order The original is In Spanish and the translation is as follows Proof Against Acninaldn Jontlemen No 1253 The Local Chiefs of the Coast From Lticban to Gulnnyangan The Office of the Secretary of the In tenor has neon fit to order the following The Secretary of the Interior of the G It of the Filipinos In a telegraphic circular of yesterday nays to me the fol lowing From the Secretary of the Interior to provincial presidents to be circulated among the local chiefs of every town Manila Push the preparations of all the towns to oppose the American Invasion Sec that all the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

f sre TTW cra r N i 1 oa1 IHI THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY E6KLY 1CtFlAICtt ImmEA lilNTClil I I I IS NUT FOR BRYAN t ECKELS TELLS WHY HES AGAINST ECKELSTELLSWHYHESAGAINSTTHE THE NEDRASKAN iCompt roller of the Currency Umler Imldeiit Clevclunil Will Vigorously OpjKje the Election of the Demo cradle Condldotr I did not rapport Mr Ilrynn In 1800 and I do not Intend to now I shall op pose his election this year with all the vigor and ability I posspsa 1 do not feel that r could stand to my convictions by rnnnlnlng merely pnMtlve and contiiitlng myitelt with simply voting agalutt him Jlr7an the IMIIC No Issue set forth In any platform no matter how cunningly devised and ar ranged In this campaign can be madu paramount to the Issue of Mr lirymi himself his erroneous views of public qiic tlon his numerous vagarlen and bin demonstrated desire to lltnl popnlatity and votes In a neverabsent appeal to clan prejtidlccH and supposed race ha tredI I am 1111a Democrat If believing In r luterprelI I I rd a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

I PROSPERITY EVERYWHERE How Republican Policies Have Caused the Greatest Good to the v Greatest Number EXPENSIVENESS OF BRYANISM Reasons Why the Nation Could Better Afford to Give the Demo cratic Candidate a Royal Pension than to Suffer Him to Be President Dividends to Labor Wealth to Farmers and Rich Strike to Miners 0 THE American business man rO W T Bryan four year ago de lined him tnfndlqs the Man who Is employed for wages the Mer chant nt the crossroads store the Fanner who goes f > rth in the morn ing anil tolls ail day and begins In the prlng and tolls all summer Hie Mln J < rs who go a thousand fret Into the arth the Attorney In the country town etc the last four years of He publican rule have wrought remark able benefits The Prosperity Chapter Intereatlnn The Republlran platform of 1SOO pro fessed full assurance that the elec tion would bring victory to the Ilepub llcan party and prusimrity to the people of the United States How prosperity followed In sequence to the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

I 1 THE CITIZEN A WKKKIV NKWHAtVIL rA HEREA KENI UCKV hohy h by in nn nnmteiir woodsman consist cnnelhag Ing of a chip from rut elm which ho I ator felled at O ld for 5 Hhllllngs In auctionroolll room tlic other day Unroll Miimm von Hchwarenntein the new German minister to Cud ha married an American ns did his pro iIcesMr the murdered Von Kettel1he ar 1 he iMironcsH though onL horn JondonIII la tho daughter of u New Yorker Mr MrI lIoolleveltIIlr UT husband was formerly connected connlcteltwith with the German 11nnhltan ° g tanThe h no Die liorscshno In China ns well 1111Rnll wellf aed a harbinger of Rood luck For that btInd If led linvn hornshoo grave and they Irllrvc that the bigger tho horseshoe dolrlcI parted An n result the tnnndnrlns I jtitvlit Cash other In the idre of th IIII 1bunrhuu graven I The 1111111111 of Iohnlllll11lnllll Ii ss lCrn IlIlhllllhll hJ n 1II111110nllrJ Iiri pgIse ISOOOO XWOOO lire under the rule of the Turk Mi government ittoooOOO nee ruled by other MiiKxc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 August 1900

I 1 Jg 1 Lifting Your Family About twelve years ago two boys IAhoutlwelve way along n moun tain road on foot The road was not a piko and it had boon mado soft and slippory by a recent min Tho boys wero burdened by a heavy cnrpet bag and a largo bundle which contained about all thoir worldly possessions As thoy plodded on they root n man on horseback Ho was a kindlyfaced old man and ho stopped as bo came up to the young men Where are you all a going he J asked Oh woro agoing on here apiece tho older boy replied Well by tho looks I allow youre agoing to Berea to tho College Yes sir thats where wo aim to go Are we on the right road T Yes you arc on tho right road Keep right on and youll get to Berea And you are adoing just tho right i thing in going there too Ive seen tho workings of that school and what it does for chaps like you You go to school to Berea a spell and it trill lift you out of this mud 1 It did lift them out of the mud They had a hard struggle They sawed wood for forty ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

There is n chance for a number of young then mid young voinon to earn part of thoir expenses during tho Foil Turin Apply at ouco to Pros Frost I i HKirorp IIATJIOSD Vt tnkit thin opportunity vlu > n Raymond is inrny viHitiug friiiulM in the inountiiiim to ptiliiiuli his picture Ho look a bit oulor than this pio tim nownow that he is innrriwl Tliuro are ImmlmlH of youiiK pen plt who are glad to tWO tlmt frloudly lace laceTlru Tim CrriXEN wills at many nt < v homftl this ucts + k11e hOt yon will nil invite him to call ngniii liy Bunding in your sIb criplion It in only fifty cents A yvnr hurls than out cunt > t wttk 1 our neighbors are taking the ltoter und yon cannot Hifonl to IHI left Ixlilnd Send half n dollar jx > stal order di rivtwl to Tin CITIZEN Boron ICy ICyEvary Evary now miliMorilHir will receive H imiininin of n Ixwtitifnl olorwl pic ture > or n look of Moodys MTIIIQIIS Tliwto premiums will not Inst long Sond uow Tim limn to begin school Is at Hit ciponliifj ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

Thoro is n chance for n number of young mini and young tone + u to earn dart of their oxpousos during the Fall Iorm Apply at once to Pros Frost FroHtTHE CITIZEN Clrcnlatlon 1000 AD Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year I 6JI VOL II IIBbHbA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKV WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1900 NO 10 THE CITIZEN C KHXFORI RAYMOND Editor ynlrrnl at Uu lmlajflrt nl Dan Ay IN rend aka mnll inaltrr Knowledge is power Whuro tlmritH a will theres II way IAIVO is t hll fulfilling of tho Law Jesus < lirlt t11r1i1II It is no diHgrucn to ho poor but it is n diogmoo to tiny poor What To Talk About Talk htliMM Trw world li mil Miough Without your HIM No Ib k holly niuih lxok fur the ilnn > < IbM art mmmlh and dur And ipMk of the to ml tbv weary mr of path co iwnt hf oae ooiiilmimu itralti of hu Mit illtMHiteot and irrlrf and tln Talk fang Ttir world II twttrr nlf without Your pnliMi Ignof HIM r or motMl iloiiM If j en ht Mlk I a oilh IK tMn nrdi 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. — 22 August 1900

i THE CITIZEN A WKBKLY NtWtIAlrn ItEREA KENTUCKY Ilmin workers uccoriliujr to sta llUin which have beta published re ccutly arc long lived Five hundred ntiil thirty eminent turn and women of the present century were taken nod their duration of IIghes nil avcrnpo of about sixtyeight yean mid eight months A beggars league In St Ictembur mutilates children and cripples them to arouse sympathy from the bcncvo lent when they arc sent to beg In public places The chief of this gang wlio is a wealthy man and has posed as n philanthropist receives 75 per cent of the money begged by the uii tort u nates turtunatesBach otI Bachof the eighteen provinces ot the Celestial Kmpiro Is ruled by n governor or governor general who In responsible to the emperor for the entire administration political ju dicial military and fiscal Knch province Is subdivided Into depart ments ruled by prefects and eah department into districts each witb a distinct ruler Gen Colllnson has calculated that on 50000 tons of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

I r THE CITIZEN A WKKKIY NKWWAIKR HEREA KKXTirncv Brain worker nccordiujr to eta Msfa which have been published reo cently sire long llred Five hundred niul thirty eminent men and voinrn of the present century cre taken and their duration of llfc gives an avcrajjo of about sixtyeight years and eight months A beggars league in St Petersburg mutilates children and cripples them I to arouse sympathy from the benevo I lent when they are sent to beg in public places The chief of this gang who Is n wealthy man and hus posed us a jhilnnthropist receives 7i per cent of the money begged by tilt un fortuiintcs Each oC the eighteen provinces o < the Celestial Empire is ruled by n governor or governor general who Ii responsible to the emperor for the entire administration political JUt dicial military and fiscal Each province is subdivided into depart ments ruled by prefects and eah department into districts each with a distinct ruler Jen Colllnson has calculated that on 50000 tons of shippi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

3 ALLIES IN PEKING 1 ipnsjrtli npttio of the Chi r ncso Capiinl Proves to Ue Trite i JIETIiOD OF LNTRV NOT DETAILED Sonic 1llIIrl + Say That flare Was Seven Flhtlnir While 0lim Say Tliiru Was None Ailni Ilrlury Ciiiiilrin Ilir llijnrl mill > nya Iluil All Ilir rorelaii liuillliin in IVUInu Are tifo lnlrnl 1Ilorar ldt lie > Lnndoii lug 19The second edl Inn ol the Dally Telegraph pulilinhcx u hpevlnl iltHilili from Slianxlml wlilcli rata The nllles cntcrtNl Ie klrtjj nniipiiihiil nml met with a friendly reception from Irlnce Chlnj r All the oxttlc clement have already owupeil from the city The imperial eiiurt left for ShciiHI on Aiijiut 11 with the Manchii The Kntinu troops turn gone itoiithwciit with the object of drawing oil tint nlllcH and prevnt liiK them from following up the uuurtL1fdan liondon lug IAThe heir ay nc OHiiiit of the method of cptny Into Ieklnjf arc cniitrmllctory Mime nu Iii UillllHfr that there wan severe light lnp and other that tin ttitrunct wns not oppo i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

i S 3 ALLIES IN PEKING A141411sINPEK1Nelvs No ws of the rnjurro of the Chinese ncso Capital Proves to lie True METHOD OF ENTRY NOT DETAILED Some Imports tiny That Tlnrc Vns Severe Fl liiliii While Uihuis Suy Tluro Vas Noia Ailni lliim9 < i iillrnii Itir Hi jiitrt mill Mi Mini All the 1iirrlttii lcuitllino III rUInu An ufo Intrt ChlrieNrltvlcr London Atijf NTllt hUfiuul edi tion ol the Daily Telegraph piiblUhen II npeclul dlnpateh Iroiu SliiuiKliiil wldoh Myai Tin llien entered lii kliiff inioppoiiiHl and met with II friendly riHcpt Ion from prince Chili g All tilt iiKllle eleiiientM Irate already upll frolll lilt city Tlie iiuperiiil HiMrt left fur ShenSl on August 11 with the Miiiiulnm The Kniiiu troops hurt gout MniithweMt with the object of druwliif lilT the nlllex and prevnt tug them from following up the oourt Londiin Ang Idflit heamny nn cotintn of the method nf entry Into IokitiK ore eontrMilictory some inn it tnllilNtr that there wnn nevere tight Inu iiHil nl iiTa that th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

ISUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN 1 r inns Wir i s m f the All > alitihini nee 01 IvIIh Lrn found an wlucatiimiil ImUT who hits t troy m rvolou atnee for lit wort < He hoe H great enlhul m for the t > fi > plen the 8outhrrn inonntalu Diil lie Irnnnt him to Inspire unit help tb m Kmrir > f Ktrirmjbr ilarfk WO For the Mountain People The mountains of the South cover part of nine states The mountain people of Kentucky are as a rule in advance of those of most of the other states For example in the Kentucky mountains we find fine stone chimneys which witness to the I enterprise skill and industry of the i people while in the Carolina moun tains we find more stick chimneys Berea has done more than all other schools to befriend the mountain peo 40 40ple and adapt its work to their needs President Frost has made friends for I them everywhere by telling of their i noble qualities and their services to 1 the nation in the l iwar Prof Mason has just returned from a jourI ney to the ol...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 August 1900

I JfSUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN FRES DENT FROST Prc < iIFroS19U nalierat n atatI 1iiiMs lilt rIn ict M tllo tiMiJiy Uw too 1 llr tiC the greet nriiKitiv net their 11I1t Iriiiilt wet through In jccuro fn dot n for the Mayo rre hit Kn rJtIIudfHtller Wm Gad ell ens mull I and hiiiitttl by the dirvry pt pie bvciiuw lie m > a frl Bd of the NenriK real i dent Vrost sr aduete1 nt Obtrtln trherc he knew Langnat Hinl Scarborough and where he often met Frederick Doufrlni While ho taught alI Obtrlin linniftt Ix > ve IIs Uibb Alexitnilr Mrs Mollk Churrh Turner and other 11I tlngniilinl colorist IfRden were amonc hta IU pile For the Colored People Berea s welcome to the colored pea pie is worth more every year Peopl used to say that Negroes PlopllIi learn but Berea showed them that i they could And people used to say that learning would make Negroes lazybut the colored people who have been at Berea make their white neighbors move lively to keep up with them in industry Above all people ev...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 August 1900

Thorn is n chuncu for a number of young mon nnd young women to earn part of their expenses during tho Fall Term Apply nt once to Pros Frost FrostTHE CITIZEN NTSI ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY I < Notice In Inventive Age Book How loobUinl lawnla lawnlaFREEI CM1t nodnnu Nn re till patent A lecured Letter lrlcU oontldenUal Addreu I Plfnlllr bC E O SIGGERS LwrrWahingtn C LINCOLN lULL I Madison County I Senator C F Burnam and Repre tentative Harris left for Fraukor yesterday to be present at tho pecinl legislative session Tho Madison county colored teach ers institute held a most interesting session Aug 1317 at Richmond with Prof F L Williams as instructor Tim first colored fair ever held ill I Richmond closed last Saturday after n most Miccesful threedays mwting Largo crowds were in nttendanct every day and everything passed oil with credit to the otlicors and direc torMTho The September term of tho Madi son circuit court will begin next Mon day Sept 3 when a largo docket will bo lilQsl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 August 1900

F BY THE SEA I lat by the sea when the run shone bright And flooded Its depths with a blazo of light ADd the golden sheen and emerald green Like gems In tho crown of n fairy queen Flashed forth In glittering splendor And the volt winds sighed oer the chin hg tide And the murmrlng waves to the breeze rolled In tones that were low and tender I stool by the sea when the moon was high And the stars shone out from the midnight sky And a wondrous sight was that shimmering light That Unshod from tho crests of the surges bright Like stars In trembling motion And the moons soft ray on the waters lay And Its gleaming track made a blight highway Across the slumbering ocean I stood by the sea when the lightning flashed And the waves ran high and the thun der crashed And the blinding spray that was dashed away By the howling wind In the furious fray Drought death to the hardy toller When his ship nt last by the stormy blast A dismantled wreck on the rocks was cast A prey to the ruthless spoiler ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 August 1900

4t T r 4r 3 THE CITIZEN A VtKKK LY NKWfclAlKIS IIKIJKA KKNniriCY OUR PLATFORM a bringthe the best rending to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read TIIK CITIUN brings first of nil the newsnot every tale of crime or horror but the im portant newsthe 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 Berca College are 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 distinguished instructors in the Colle...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 August 1900

I JfSUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN DR FAIRCHILD GOO T Fairchild LI D hat rorreI > on < lo < l with many of our new ituili > nUnmi thy will bt glad to toe hU taco Dr Fairchild b an f lur tor of national reputation Ilte brother James II Fulrchlld was inwMcnt ot Oberlin College Dr Fnlrchlltl begin his collf K t work at IrofrnMtr of Knill > h Llttratare In the State Agricultural Cot I legs of Mlchlmn Thence he was called to the 1retldenry of the Slate Aurlrultnml College of KaniAs an Institution which attained a great i growth and repuwtton under his ranmnent i Then the Iopnlltu got tontrol of Kansas they I turned out the entire Faculty of the Agrlculturnl College and a year Inter Dr lIrlcuttllrll Doren He ba Jan written an Important book pnbll > hedby the I ace than Co entitled Rural Wealth end Welfare RuralI For Northern Students I It is an unusual thing for young people to go southward in quest of I an education Hut wry new disco j ery invention and improvement...

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