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

t p The CITIZEN from now to January 1 1902 for 50 cents centsTHI3 CITIZEN Ctreilitioi 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted t t the Interests of the Home School aid Fan DOc a Year I YearI VOL II BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16 1900 NO 22 THE CITIZEN Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllli Mining Stuff of VMtun moil Cor rnpimilontt Xnlirtl at lt ratojloi at Kcrta Ay a ucond dau mnttmaUtr IDEAS Y < jsterdayn thinking will not fill our needs any more limn yesterdays breathing Selected broathingSelectedSinging Singing can bo hoard further thnu IIhouUugW G P Am X doing any Ixstt If not I am a failure failureTho Tho fat is tho LordBBiblo Do you sulfur from dyspepsia Yea my husband has it One dollar for education six dol lard and n half for liquor Thais tho rutlo A contemporary says What thin country needs in n ilydt class fool kill er II WhntV tho matter with the cigarettolTho Tho Christian in tho truest patriot tho most loyal citizen TAKE NOTICE Roy Win Lodwick will preach at t...

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 November 1900

t THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSPAPUU BEBEA KENTUCKY AN APPEAL FOR AID Hundred of Indian at Cook Inlet Alnaka Are Slowly Dying of Starvation Tacoma Wash Nov 12 Mrs James Smith just returned from Cooks Inlet Alaska says ithat fully half of the thousand Indians in that section comprising five tribes are slowly dying of starvation The In i flux of white prospectors has result J in the killing of much game antI the Indians are thus deprived of food and of furs for clothing They dried sal mon last summer but not enough to go around and winter finds 400 to GO C of them without enough food to last until December Mrs Smith who is the wife of a wealthy miner divided her stock of provisions with the destitute Indians and now appeals for further aid Most of these Indians belong to the HUB sinn church but it is powerless to help them Unless provisions arc sent in by steamer at once she says hun na dreds will surely die While living a t Grays Harbor eight years ago Mrs Smith then Mrs Martha White hwn...

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 November 1900

2 THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWClAlKK IIKRKA KENTUCKY THE LAST FLY OF SUMMER TIs the tut fir of summer That flits on the wine IL And my heart utmost bleeds for The poor lonesome thing No male of his old ant No comrade has he jellyOr Or drown In my tea I know Id spirit him Hell frisk on my none Or perched on my bald spot Disturb my repose llrrrft of his vigor And shorn of hi pride Ill semi him to rest when The rood tiles reilde j Bo wipe let me flnlih Ills earthly career When crash goes a globe from My but chandelier Then iwlpr and my weapon weaponIs Alas Tie a flower van Ive haltered Initead hurryI I miss him once more And the evening destruction U making me sore And now that securely lie hides from mv gate I guess that Ill leave him To live out his days Ieter Grant In Chicago Record = I i A Course in Astronomy 1 HIM ryk > fff rti to ad a luorIlutaad t pHANCi said the man of n perlence Is the sauce that makes living palululile The young limn who smokes faced about curiously Whats 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 November 1900

I j 1 i THE CITIZENI A Weekly The only Mcwnpntcr published In BI3ICEA KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 15 1900 The Debating Society Suggestions for n Fourth rcctlug s Call to onler l > y tlio President IMjrer or tinging IrayornrMugingRoll Roll cull by the Secretary Heeord of lust meeting Appointments for IIOX meeting Literary 1rograra Review Heading or Declamation kawyUabtte lie b tte Invitation for new members to ilgii the constitution nixl qualify by paying MilMcrlntlon for the OITIZBS and local tine New and mlwollnnpoiu bushes It any Adjournment stM Kcro ron Fk9AlC When and liou did our forefather Kt to Amcrlc < ichp IVJ A nun U to l > e retpcf ted for what he Is hlinrlf I and not for the family to which lie belong ChAIIVJ IIIUECTS ran DEBATES I RESOLVED that the coming of foreigners tn America since the Involution has been on In whole a benefit to the Country It RESOLVED that Moct raising li the most lure road to prosperity for the Southern Moun tamsIolntAonqueMlonfAafrmattve Point on...

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 November 1900

The CITIZEN from now to January 1 1902 for 50 cents n centsTHE CITIZEN What About Next Winter Tho winter months ought to bo the boat in tho year In tho summer wo get our living and in tho winter we just live I Winter brings time for good things for reading singing school study But winter also brings time for idleness and sin Aro you planning to make next winter profitable Somo people will reach next spring wiser and happier than nowothers will simply waste their time or worse In planning for the coming winter first of all subscribe for the CITIZEN so you may liiivo au pleasant supply of reading every week Next organ ill a Sunday School and a debating club in your schoolhouse And most important of allsend your brightest boy or girl to Boren and have them on hand tho first day December 12th Dont lot your neighbors children get ahead of yoursIgnorance I Ignorance and weakness are often counted purity and innocence This is a blunder they are not even like unto them tho former excludes t...

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 November 1900

THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSPAPiSH BEREA KENTUCKY WIRELESS TELEPHONING i An lLprlmnt Wn Trl11 nt row derhorn Lake Minn Which Proved n Succr Minneapolis Minn Nov 19All ex pcrlmcnt in wireless telephoning which was tried at 1owderhorn Lake Sunday afternoon proved a decided success and may take the place of tin old system of wires The originator of the idea is < T C Kelsey who Is in charge of the switchboard nt the Northwestern Tel ephone Exchange Cos building and with him were five other employes of the company The method is n very simple one On either sides of the lake they strung a wire about one hundred feet in length the two being parallel Theywere above the ground and fastened with grounding plus to in sure better induction An ordinary local telephone transmitter and re ceiver were attached to either wire When thin transmitting circuit is cut in it induces the current into the re delving circuit nnd when the reedit ing circuit is cut in it induces the circuit into the transmittin...

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 November 1900

It THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NKWSIAlKIl b IIEUKA KENTUCKY lj PRESERVE YOUR SELFRESPECT Mr = t You mny not be a nabob nor aaaiclya elect Hut you can be n manly man and hold your karlf ourJrrlItcl Though hands be hard and horny and rough feature black with grime Industrious Independence may be with you all the time Kid gloves are never merit marke Ilk stockings dont make man I reserve your selfrtspect and do tho very verbest best you can L The man who owns his money may get planhut fe Hut limo man owned by his money bend bendbeneath hrndC Tor platehis his heart with coin And poverty can never as much hnpplnes purloin If you without a dollar would be of the lorda elect He muster of your manhood and prcaem your self reapeet Boom ordld souls who sacrifice to dol JoWho who mix the cold et manllneta with Mam mans dirt alloy IIlIorWho Who auction off their honor for a paltry dollar bill And for Mime cheap preferment nobles nohlutIn InitlneU ourie and kill The man who know his duty will such ruin...

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 November 1900

F THE CITIZEN A Weekly The only Jfewnpaper imbllilieil In IJ Kit 12 A KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 22 1900 The Debating Society Suggestions fur n Fifth Meeting Order of oxordte ta last week Sub tllor essays I Patriots who are not n > ldlers Chap V II Joys and Beauties of a Mountain Home Subject for debate I RESOLVED that the cause of Kentucky In taking an attitude ol ttrlct neutrality at the opening of the Civil War flU under the oir cumitances vise and beneficial II RESOLVED that devotion to the country In peace it as useful and necessary and heroic IU In time of vat vatHow How to compote nn essay First jet in mind the points you can think of which bwr on the subject Next decide In what order you will arrange them 110 as to have the strongest point at the end and next to the plrongeit point at the beginning For example points on tubject I above might be arranged thus Conciliatory Utroductlon We do not Intend to disparage the dler1I honor to film Explanatory Introduction Tho action ol the s...

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 November 1900

ti i 4 Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Mtronr Stuff of Editor anil Cor 7napondenta Mutemt at She Poitofft at tiered Ay IU tr Md cui HUiUmntter i I THE CITIZEN VOL II Circulation 1200 BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1900Circulation 1200 NO2t I C f IDEAS 4 TbiinkflKiviiif Day should stop tho moutliM of nil Krumhlora Tho lost preacher is tho ouo who makUlt 100 our noighlrar Pttoplo who woro diligent in upriiig and Hiiintnor uru huviiif Oieir rowunl Iii thu fall t Tho only thing parents can gife their children mid ho sure thoj will s not law it is education Tvnchorx pay lit tlulnywl in Ken tucky thin year but the true teacher has had his best pay an ho went along and will get more yt in the world to coino TAKE NOTICE Cloning oxorcineH of tho Fall term of Bcrua College Wednesday 7 p ui Communion ServicoH at Berea Church Sunday morning Roy Win Lodwick will preach Ray Chas L Work D D of Ciu ciuuati deliver the ThankNgiring Surmon this morning at tho Chapel onIOns who haro ...

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 November 1900

THE CITIZEN A WEEILY NEWt lAltm IIEBEA KENTUCKY THE PHILIPPINE WAR Delnrhiurnt of the lath infantry Captured IO Incnriteut AVItli Illlle and Supille Manila Nov 931 detachment of 100 men from Companies I nnd M SSth United States Infantry colored under Capt ONeill spade u clever capture of 30 InsurgentM with rifles supplies anil 1500 rounds of iimmuul lion In n camp east of San Murccli no which the Americans charged at daybreak Among the rifles eaptur ed were a few KrnpJorgensenR which the insurgents hud recently secured Several of the Filipinos were injured Capt Gulick with 10 men of the 47th infantry had a sharp encounter with Insurgents concealed In n block loose near llncrongiin The Insur gents tired n volley from 30 rifle I on the approach of the Americans wounding two one mortally The tiring soon became hot on both sides With nine men Cnpt iullek swum the river gained the hillside routed the enemy and incidentally killed sev coal llolnmen The same partyu itli n score of comrade ...

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 November 1900

THE CITIZEN I A WEKKLY NKWSlAPHJt BEREA KENTUCKY n JMSONG OK THE URGING SEA There la deep souliiitlsfactlon In the singing of the reu Huge tlntnl billow ox they run allll gam bol wild uiiil faro The flushlriK IIlIht whIch glance like sil goldThe The aiuiriimun full of power before the tyn unrolled i The frexcoeil skys Brand canopy so nobly ached iilxiv With huge from bright flamingo red to t > e lrl Until of the Jove Tho perfect picture proof ami pledge of lotls unmeasured love Ilrlght rainbow colors flashing out through showers of Jeweled spray Translucent sea Until soft embossed on shadow of cool gray Ileflected skies which lend the lake heav deepTo To lave In cmernld depth where water elves their vigils keep And omMlmoK nurfncn line which seem n nubtds streaming hair Bomelltm the wnvelvta lisping love when iklrs and seas are fair Wlth chnnclnx marvels rich and strange J revrulliitf bfuullra rare Then when Ihll storm rings out full longed its aiapnuon strove Where shout the mnd...

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 November 1900

0 y it tF I t tfTHE THE CITIZEIBEREA KYTHURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1900 JOHN BRENT By MAJ THEODORE WINTHROP Ailttr l C dl Dun EJwIi BrrtWrWI etc CHAPTER I A GOLD MINE This is a story not about myself I but about three friends of mine a man who was a real hero a lady well my readers shall judge of her and a horse A few years ago I was working a gold quartz mine in California It was a worthless mine under the conditions of that time I had been drugged into it by the shifts and needs of California life Destiny probably meant to teach me patience and selfposession in difficulty So Destiny thrust mo into a bitter bad business of Quartz Mining If I had had countless dollars of capital to work my mine or quick silver for amalgamation as near and I plenty as the snow on the Sierra Ne vada I might have done well enough I As it was I got but certain penny worths of gold to a most intolerable quantity of quartz Yes my quartz had humbugged mo Or ratherlet me not bo unjust I even to undefended stone no...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 December 1900

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllh Wrong Staff lit Killlnra and Cur rvpondenta I JMrmf er rv Iotloffla at llerra Ay areal d < ui t > tiff iwWer IIIIIntlnTHE CITIZEN to I A mere list of the teachers tit Bcrca would take more spaco that wo ellll afford To hundreds of young people these teachers seem like our own 1 folks In fact to many Uerea bo comes like n second homo We wish we might introduce all our readers to ProC Lodwick whoso singing classes I I j t l I I j I they willso much enjoy to Mrs I VQCJUH who has been a welcome I visitor at several teachers inslitutoa i to SlIlnrintfndlnt I g who trains young mot in Carpentry to Mjss Jtojkffl who t teaches Sowing and Cooking to Prof Hn mend whose Hnrond visits havo been enjoyed lit many a j j j I i i I 01 I fireside to Mr utnam affection 1 called of toll i uiuij iuiiui mot or uj owiuoui i u i young lI1ellto Mr Teeipia tho pop 1 popI Ing tho greatest teacher of arilTTino I fie that wo havo over known and to I twenty others j Rut wo mus...

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 December 1900

F Y I 1 THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NBWSPAPEU IlKUEA KENTUCKY THE NORTHAMPTON CASE ilultlmllllonnlrn Robert J Clapp Confniri to the f2OOOOOO llnnk Robbery of 187O Xorthampton Mass Dec 1rhe whole mystery of the famous 52000 000 Northampton bank robbery ot IS has just bwn cleared up Hob err J Clapp worth 5000000 gained in honest pursuits has confessed that as n youth he helped James Dttnlap Hob Scott lied Leary and Shang Draper n clever gang of safe crack ers to put through tIle gigantic scheme which was nt once the talk I of the world Clapps life has been full of romance He has rill jrannit from a scapegrace mid tramp to a comfortable millionaire Ills wife was an Indian squaw but she died shortly niter their marriage It was she who revealed to him the se cret of the Telly river Alaska II brought to him the knowledge that has given him his gold Dunlnp nnd Scott with Lcary nnd Draper plan ned the great Northampton bank rob bery and got nway with nearly 2 000000 Leary and Draper restored their...

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 December 1900

1r I JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West eRA lTJm I A GOLD MINK Thla Is a KUiry not about myself but about three friends of mine u man who was u real hero a lady well my rrmlaiK shall judge of her nnd a how < A few years ago I was working a gold quartz mine In California It was a worthless mine under the conditions of that time I had been drugged info It by tin shirts and t needs of California II fir Destiny prtilwbly uionnt to teach mo patience and olfpo sc tll11I1I In dlllleuliy So Destiny thrust me Into a bitter bad huiluc of quartz mining If I had had countless dollars of ca > iUl to work my mine or quick silver for amalgamation ns near and plenty as the snow on the Sierra Xc ndn I might haw done well enough An It was J got but certain pennyworths worth of gold to a most Inloniblc qmmiliy of quart Yes my quartz hAIl humbugged our Or niiln r let IIIl not < > e utijiiHt wen to undofundcd stone not rich enough to pay fi...

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 December 1900

LTHE CITIZENSERE KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1900 I Get a View Outside Perhaps the greatest reason for coming to Berea is the opportunity that you get to see and learn good things which you could never learn in n small school nearer home A mountain valley is a good place to be born in Some of our teachers at Berea were born in log cabins And a mountain home is a good place to live in But no body ought to settle down and live in the county where he was born without first seeing something of the great world outside God never showed all the good things to the people of one valley People make progress by view ing many places and gathering wisdom from many men But there are trials and tempta tions in going away from home It is hard to go among people who arc different from our home folks and may laugh at us And in a great city we may be robbed or led into temptation Travel too is expensive a The best way to get an idea ol the great world is to go to Berea i where you meet the best young people...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 December 1900

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllh MtniiiK HUfT of K < lllon and Coi re > oiulenU Kulrrfil at tht futtojfet at hmm Ay 110 rroil I dna tnnUnallrr THE CITIZEN CITIZENOur u Our Town and College Wo think the peoplo of Berea aro holding lip their heads a litHo higher I than ever before Wo think more I of ouraolvos and more of each other I TJio new pike is a great thing for UH and ice built it ourselves New neigh bors are coining in and we realize that Beroa is the mont attractive place on the lino oftho Kentucky Central railroad Our houses yards and fences are in better repair than for merly although there is still room for improvement and we are keeping stock off from I ho streets more than I wo used to And everybody who had any enter prise has had work to do The do mind for carpenters and skilled la borers has been greater than ever before Best of nil our young people are growing up to habits of honor and in dustry and temperance We had a great deal to praiso the Lord for on Thanksgiv...

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

I T I THE CITIZEN A WKKKIA NKWSlAPKK IIEREA KKNTLiKY THE NORTHAMPTON CASE Miiltlnilllliiniilrp llnlirrt 1 Clnpp Coufrr In the 11111111111111 Itiuik llnlilierx < if theft Xortluiiupton Mas Dec IThc whole myntery of the famous 2000 000 Northampton bunk robbery of 187ii has just been cleared up Hob crt 1 Clapp worth 5000000 gained in honest pursuits lute confessed that is a youth he helped lames Duulnp Hob Scott lied Leary and Shang Draper a clever gang of safe cnick ors to put through the gigantic scheme which was at once the talk of the world Clnpps life has been full of romance He has rut gamut from a scapegrace und tramp to n comfortable millionaire Ills wife was on Indian squaw but she died shortly after their marriage It win she who revealed to him the S It of the belly river Alaska brought to him the knowledge that has given him his gold Dunlap and Scott with Leary and Draper plan ned the great Northampton bank rob bery and got nwny with nearly 2 I 000000 Leary and Draper res...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 December 1900

I JOHN BRENT IJOHN Maj Theodore Winthrops Great Story Horses hunting and Adventures in the West CILIJlm I f A OOID MINK r Tlils Is a MUiry mil about inynrlf Tit about three friend of hiliic a niixti win wan ii real hero a lady well my reader shall jiulne of her mil a horse A few years IIJ111 I wow working n poldqunrU mint III ntlforiilu It was u worthlex mini under lIlt conditions of Mint time I Inid been drugged Into It by tin shifts eat I needs of California life DcHllny proluhly mcont to teach me patience and soUpo scisliMt In illfllcijlty So Destiny thnut me Into n titter bud liunlueii of quarts mining If I hud find rountless dollars ol capital to work my mine or quick silver for nimtf umtlon nn near nnd plenty an Uiu mow on the Sierra Ne epic I might hnvo done well enough A s It wns I pot but certain penny worth of gold to n most Intorablo gnnutltyor quart YM my quart had humbugged slip Or rtiilirr hi mo not < x unjust even to undefended atone not rich enough to pay on advoc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 December 1900

1 REA + KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1900 I Got n a View Outside Perhaps the greatest reason for coming to Berea is the opportunity that you get to see and learn good things which you could never learn in a small school nearer home A mountain valley is a good place to be born in Some of our teachers at Berca were born in log cabins And a mountain home is a good place to live in But no body ought to settle down and live in the county where he was born without first seeing something of the great world outside God never showed all the good things to the people of one valley People make progress by view ing many places and gathering wisdom from many men But there are trials and tempta tions in going away from home It is hard to go among people who are different from our home folks and may laugh at us And in a great city we may be robbed or led into temptation Travel too is expensiveI The best way to get an idea of the great world is to go to Berea i where you meet the best young people from tw...

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