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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 December 1900

Rev JOHN DODVVULL Malinger An Independent Weekly With Htruiig HlwfT nf IMIIiir unit Cur Devoted to tho rolI ManngerT CITIZEN Interests of EtOrrnlIII M MIoJItt dais nJ ilwtNtf IIfrM At ea afflJlUf THE IT I Z E NDevoted A YEAR Ai SCHOOL I iii iiiVOL II A Fniiiily Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1J 1900 Fifty cents a year NO 26 I IDEAS IlidtHining the tinio Nothing iitlaiiiid wit hUll saorUico Spoil niurtli buukward nnd yoi get till CIIUHO of most niurdorH + Lot your rccroalio H ho IIInllflll nol Hiufiil WnHliinglon slufuLSInHhieglonThu Tho way lo Imvo n good limo in lu how things WO K What haw biHn dono ottii bo dune again TAKE NOTICE President prenuhas fit Boron Church Sunday inornlu Mrs KlizittMttli Gnrghill Itooflluir H > okiii of aw tIll > mo t tphuitwl lady render in tlio country Will nuul nt tin Opening of this limiMi Lycttnm Cl arse i Monday Ic ITtli nt tlio CImpol Bo very IIlIro niul rwtd 1 + CllllilolI Lntlci Day SiiinlH lilt column an till pilgO R...

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

THE CITIZEN A WEtKrY NEWSlAlKlt mmgA KKNTUCK i FELL FROM A WINDOW Henry 1 iIi drn Vice rnlilrnt e r the Nor urL CVulrnl A Ilnd Non Illvrr Itonil Killed Xcv York Dec S Henry J Hny den vice president of the New York Central R Hudson Itlvcr railroad jumped or fell from the fourth story window of his residence In this city Friday night nd was killed A window In the fourth storywas open and it Is not known whether Mr Hoyden jumped or fell out of tho window It Is learned that the Ie ceased was n sufferer from nervous ness and heart trouble Mr Hnyilcn was n director In sev eral other railroads and transporta tion companies Mr Hayden was subject to attacks of shortness of breath and It Is sup posed that he had been seized with one of these attacks and had opened the window to get fresh air When picked up he was fully dress ed and the bodywas yet wnrm His head had been crushed In he having fallen on a flagstone s Mr Hoyden was born in New Eng land 02 years ago He was n grad rate of the Harva...

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

JOHN BRENT I Maj Theodore YVinthrops Great I x Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West e CI1A1TEK II Continued IrjSome Ilkca It says lllrlulI hut y tnlnt IIIw old Agrtu to 1111 1 cant oontIt g all er corn Into uperlt But I reckon Uiar ken bo stuff rondo out er grapes whatll mnko all ovvdoors stun round Thin vcr Will made by the priests What ken you sped of priest The nlnt uioreii half men nohow limn goan to pliinl n wlneynnl cr my own nnd fore you cum out to buy nuothc quartz mine Ill hcv some of titer fctryohninc whatll wax Bitrbon Coun iya much n our Inynnx hero ken wax them lowlived smellers what they grow to old PJke CHAPTKU III THi HOHSK Hector of Troy Homers Hector was my first hero of literature Nol because he loml his wlfo nod IIhu him an I fnney I lml noblo wives and htiftbandn Into in tlie lines of trial nowt but pimply because 4io was one that could mailer the horse A 8 MMIII u 1 I know llfttbtr I Illgin to emulate blin My boyish experi ment wore on donkeys anil f...

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

i s 9 THE CITI2ENBEREA KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 13 1900 Deceived by Latter Day Saints Virginia Man Tolls Ills Story A recent convert to Mormonism makes tho following statement viz To TUE PUBLIC My homo is in Vicksvillo South ampton Co Vii I am thirtyeight years old and have a family of nix children My sisterinlaw died after tho death of JherJ husband and loft five children to my care I had been a Christian more than four years be fore tho Mormon missionaries came to my house and had found great comfort in tho Christian life I was n momborofi tho Christian church sometimes called tho Disciples Nine members of my family were also members of the church George Whittle and Henry Taggart Mor mon missionaries came to my house early in December 1899 They have made their homo withjmo since they came until this time in May 1900 That is the way they preach the gospel without purse or scrip There I were six other missionaries coming often to my houso and remaining several days at a time They told us...

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

i Rev JOHN DO DWELL Manager nlth MINIII MtaR ur Ldller end Cr rIIII FnIm1 nt Ile rhulnfre tal Irma Ay IU srroad dnM aIIIUtr rr oW I J THE CITIZENAn An Independent Weekly Dovoted to the Interests of TIlE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR IVOL 11 A Family Taper BRREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 20 HJOOFirty cents n year NO 27Iw f I n IDEAS Homo moil would ruthur bo right tliau proNidoiit hilt iiiiiwy othorn net IT iniiktt any particular offurt to be either llllrII II li > iituton ill what mini and wont en think of MS character in what Owl known of 1111 Tito way to jjuin o good nipulutton IB to iMidimror to bo what you desire to appear ScxsnitoH appearSocntisSweep I Swoop before your own door Poverty and Miami + nlwll bo to him that rttfiifloth iiiMruction Solomon TAKE NOTICE IUv 0 Roxford Raymond will preach in thin Hurwi Church Sunday morning Miss Aniin Griffiths u noted sopra no of Oicimmti 0 nsniHtisI by tho Harmonin Souiuty cud the O Ito Clubn will give n Concert o...

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

I esrauar i DOUBLE LYNCHING I Two Colored Men Put to Death by infuriated Citizens at llockport Ind DAD BRUTALLY MURDERED A BARBER The Hob Took the Culprits From the Jail and Hanged Them to a Nearby Tree One of the Murderer Confessed Implicating the Other One The rrluulnar Bodies Ware Pilled I Foil of DnlleU Eockport Ind Dec 17Two Ne e groes Jim Henderson and Bud I viands who waylaid brutally mur I dered and robbed Hollie Simons a white barber early Sunday morning I were lynched In the jail yard by a mob of 1000 frenzied citizens Sunday I arrested night The Negroes were early in the morning and although Rowlands clothing had blood stains on It the men claimed they were in nocent of the crime As soon as their arrest became known and It was proven beyond I doubt that they were the guilty par I ties a mob of bloodthirsty cltliens armed with sledge hammers ropes ropuI and guns were running to the jail I batterIIng ing ram and caved In the aide wall of It he jail The door of Rowlands cell...

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

= = = = JOHN BRENT Mal Theodore Winthrops Great Story llorses hunting and Adventures in the West Don Iu In if o a horse thnt would not Mill was my profit fur the stern cut mid roughen work of my llfwl 1 looked at him and looked nt the mine that pile of pretty pebbles that pile of hogim ore und I did not tvgrtt my bargain I neicr have reo gretted It My kingdom fur u horseta innnli of u kingdom ilK I hail 1 had given Hut was that ull I gained nn un salable horse fur two yearn work All iinfiUH perhaps I eoneludo to calculate the Incalculable nnlOns 1nx tlmnte certain moral nwuIlM I hud grasped and have succeeded In keep lug unless I determine to value pa heave purpose und pluck liy dollars nnil cents However 1 limit wild enough of myself und my shore In the preparations for thr work of my story torylietire lietire then Itluhnnl Wade und tut the real hero of the tutu Ijilor GIIAITim IV JOHN 11UKNT A mnn who does not love luxury In merely an Incomplete man nr if he prefers nn IgnornniiiK...

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

a W J JTHE CITIZENH3EREA KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 20 1900 ici METHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES BT nEt WSt K CAMPBELL Sinco tho Mormons havo been in creasing at such n great ratio tho past few years it is interesting and important tant to know tho secret of this pho uomeual growth My twelve years study of Mormon ism while laboring in the capacity of a Christian missionary among the Mormon people in Utah together with several months experience with tho Mormon missionaries who wore making converts in various parts o t Ifg our country outsido of Utah noting gue their methods and their success has convinced tho writor that Iormonism I grows neither because of its merits as a system of moral or religious truis nor olouo by appealing to tho deprav it of the human heart If Mormon missionaries wero hon cst enough to begin their efforts with those whom they would convert by tolling tho real truth about Mormon t1II doctrines and practices they would not make a single convert among do cent and intelli...

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

o Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Hirollir Nnrr of Ydltnn end Cur repulldenl Enltrtd at ChI OItoJW at IltrrtJ All as reroed tlnu IIIIIUfll4Utr IIIIIUfll4UtrTHE CITIZEN Thought four is 1mI provement Wo will do better this Now Year Just hero lot mo mnko a friend Iy suggestion That im pulse to make soars good resolutions comes from Heaven It is the voice of your better nature dont neglect it Dont bo too lazy nor too cow ardly to mako some good resolutions Make them thorough It is rfsirr to cut ojf your faults than to go half way It is easier to kill a wolf than to put u collar on Jib neck And when you kill a bad habit plant a good ono in its place Overcome oil o placcOvorcomoI then avoid tho things I that tempt you and seek Gods help by n sincere prayer Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil A THOUSAND PRESENTS Boroa College celebrated Christ mas iu a manner never before known and ono that convinced everyone that a Berea Christmas bouts oven a Christmas at homo A certain ki...

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

i NEWS CONDENSED Interesting Intelligence Gathered bT Vlre roN All Iart f Doth Hemispheres XIeilpkeresMONDAY MONDAY The first blizzard of tho winter is raging in Minnesota The population of Berlin including the suburbs is 2409670 as compared with 2070040 In 1895 Pat Crowe Is a muchwanted man in Oihalin Neb in connection with S the Cudahy kidnaping case Details arc coining in of shipping disasters on tho North Pacific coast Severn vessels were wrecked A tornado in Mississippi and Ala bama did much damage to property in ftc path Several lives were lost The Doer invasion of Capo Colony was n serious nnd wellplanned affair S It is causing Great Britain much un easiness Only oneninth of the land in the Philippine archipelago has been brought under cultivation There is no land tax Capt Heygate of the British army 4I purchasing 50000 cavalry horses 4 and mule for tho British army in South Africa Chinese officials say that China will accept all conditions in the powers joint note without lo...

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

JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West I CHAPTEU V Continued Hold hard You talk ns furiously 1 If you BIIW Hitch a setno before iiir eyes Your horse brings up all the ehlv Iris lilies I tense ever rend If these were knightly boys mid two brothers in nrniB like you und myttclf eve r rescued distressed duniHcln from the grip of cultllTs rile we ought to be mounted UJHIII n pair of Don Filiation when we rode the miscreants down I The line sensitiveness of n poetic mini like Ilrent makes n prophet of him thnt la to Hay n mnn who linn the poets dellrnto Insight Into ehnr octer nnticlpnten everything that character will do So Ilrent wns never surprised though 1 confess I wan when I found men horses and places doing what lie had hinted long before Well continued I I lurid two years work for my horse Won It too much 1 Is he worth It 1 Everything In worth whatever one given for It The lens you get the more you get Proved by the fnet that the pr...

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

11 I 4 P1 f 5 h 1 I I Ivj s 14 THE CITIZEN BEREA KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1900 11 11I METHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES BY REV WM B OAMrDELL The loader of the two generally in troduces himself very pleasantly and p asks your name He then introduces I the other as CI my friend Mr So and so If you live in a small town or country plnco where you will at once know them to bo strangers in the community they will probably say sayf hare come to stay and we want to be come acquainted with the people It is for this purpose that wo have a called upon you and wo hope that our acquaintance may prove to be mutually beneficial If you are at leisure or manifest no impatience or I desire to have thorn shorten their vis it they may converse a long time up on any subject which seems to inter est you but before they go they will mnnagoif possible to ascertain wheth er you are a member of any church j or whether you are regular in your attendance and prompt in discharg ing your various duties as a church me...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1901

II I Rev JOIN IODWCLL11 anager 1111 alruug elan nt Edllun oust r LTIDE Enlmd J 111 Pot at Germ AI a irroed t dW e la matter r 14 THE CITIZEN Madison County The Richmond and Madison Corn ty Colored Fair Association have or ganiHl for 1901 and elected tho fol lowing officials E M Embry Pros John lifo 1st and Sam 1bo1j s 2nd Vicepresidents Dr J Arwynn Trona J DII White Socj F B Stouo ABHL Seo S A Burton Ad vertising Agt Mr A1 Settle formerly a resident of Dercu and nu uttoruy has formed fn partnership with Mr Henrr Hozlo wood a prominnnt lawyer of London i Their alike is over Taylors hardware storo in Richmond Tho Banker Cedar 001 Valley View has changed its name to W J Roberto t Co W J Roberts of Frankfort having acquired an inter est ia the business Mrs Lizzio Rock wife of Editor Samuel F Rock of tho Register Richmond died suddenly last Thursday night caused by a stroke of paralysis Mrs Rook was an es teemed Christian woman of gontlu nature nnd is mourned not onl by her immediate fam...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1901

fl NEWS IN BRIEF lateretUnf Brent Taking Place Through out the Country Balled Dwa and Given IB a Condensed Form Farmb IHO DA Y Kimberley Is cut off by Boer raid era Provisions are at famine price A score of people have been marked for assassination by Italian socialists It is now probable that Denmark will sell her West Indian posiessioni to the United State Since the bankruptcy law went in to effect in August 1198 there has been 5000 petitions filed At New Haven Ct the bicycle which Congressman Amos J Cum mlngs was riding clipped on a wet pavement Mr Cummings sustained a double fracture of the left legp The kidnapers of young Cudsby wrote a letter to the father E A G Cudahy the millionaire packer threat enlng to kill his son unless he with draws his offer of 25000 for their captureSamuel Samuel McDonald who shot and killed Frank IT Morris auditor of the treasury for the war department a week ago and then fired a shot into his own body died in the emer gency hospital Washington Ther...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1901

I Y u JOHN BRENT J 1 Maj Theodore tfinthrops Great 1 StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West III i CI1AITKU VlContlnued I Illllo Shqnibcrlalnl hailed Brent 1 riding up to the train I Howdydo Hawdydo No swapII responded Jake after the Indian I fn hlon Ding my eyes ef youre I nut thu mate of all mates Im glad to see Vax vobUcrum Peace be with you A Latin autututlon he had learned among thu Catholics my flllyl You look as fresh as an Apcrel Jmil Illrined be the Lord con timed IIP relapsing Into Mqnnon I slang who line sent theo again like a brand from the burning to fall inI to paths of pleasantness with the BalnU ns they wander from the j Promised Lund to the minn section where the low Ihed Gentiles ripen their souls for hell Droll fnrriifol but Just as Jake de livered It lie had the slang and the I wearing1 of all climes uuil countries i at hli tongue sad hello Atrnngerl laid h4l turnlni to me I allowed you was the liar HarIrownlght Its my friend Richard Wade I Mid Urent i You...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1901

M Ug THE ClTiZENSEREA KYTHURSDAY JANUARY 3 1901 Correspondence Owsley CountyI I I Countyt t Gabburd Christmas passed oil quietly at this place except the sound Iof guns and firocrackers F Rev Sherman Anderson of Wolf J Creek moved to Jackson county last week and Rev L C Roberts will soon occupy tho house vacated by him Layfayotte Gabbard and wife of Clay county spent Christmas with ro latives at this place Win States and wife wont to Perry county last week to spend Christmas with relatives Mr and Mrs C B Moore of Indian Creek visited relatives on Lower Buf y ala Christmas Albert States and wife of Wolf Creek visited Mrs Margaret Moore i Christmas ChristmasHenry Henry Campbelland wife of Fish Trap visited Mrs Margaret Moore last week Alico Baker of Cow Creek visited relatives and friends on Indian Creek last week weekMeredith j Meredith Gabbard started for Be rea Wednesday to enter school Ma ny more young people are starting or I I i I planning to start soon St Boouovillc Mr Chas L R...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Villa Htrolll Staff ur IMIIre arot Cur rIuIIIJenU Iltml III 1M rlflolkt at JItm1 AY at ttOlId dam IIIAIUmalltr IIIAIUmalltrTHE CITizENAn An Independent Weekly Dovoted to tho Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL II A Family Tutor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1901 Fifty cents a joar NO 00I IDEAS Tho thing which tho Masons claim to do for fellow MUHOIIH are things which ovury Iruo muti duos for all his fellowmen Stick to your Now Years resolu lions If you win keep them ono lay you can keep them JMUi days by GUlls help Stand by tho Sunday School and church services through tho winter God sends Sunday every week bu cnuso wo need it Plum to wake mJro oh of your land this ynar put in moro brain and more sweat lit Oh why wont you marry mot 1111 dead in love with you SUB Well its your funeral Take Notice llov A E Thomsouj well known to our citizens will hold a protracted mooting in College Chapel nt tho end of thin month All chur...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST The Nw of the World Condensed Mud Collated for the lleneflt at the holy Header hiMONDAY chCharles BaxRWclmcr Is dead John C Sims secretary of the Pennsylvania Hallway Co is dead Former United States Senator Jus W Bradbury died at his home In Aub gusta Me of bronchitis He was born in 1802 There arc smallpox cases In over 100 counties in Missouri and rigid quarantine falls to stop the progress of the disease Oreat uneasiness Is raanlfcstcd among the night station men on the lOr line of Chicago owing to a serIes of recent holdups Cape Town calls loudly for strong reinforcements The invaders suc cesses may cause an uprising of the Dutch in tho colony Gen Feng Tse Taal has received or ders from the empress dowager to proceed with his army of 15000 men to the Yang Tse valley Eight men were suffocated by smoke in the Harvard hotel Minne upolis Minn The Are originated in a furniture factory in the rear There will be a large representa tion of the colleges and universities ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1901

JOHN BRENT I Maj Theodore Winthrops Great I Storyf Horses Hunting and I Adventures in the West CHAPTEIl VII Continued Tho gamblers face niul the gam ers manner arc the same all over lie world Always tlio same Irapassl 1 lit watchfulness Always the same bullying cruelty or catlike feline cru elty Always the same lurking tri umph and the same lurking sneer at the victim The same quiet satisfac tion Hint gamesters will be geese and gamblers are deputed to pluck them the same suppressed chuckle over tho efforts of tills luckless to re trieve bad luck the ssmu calm confi deuce that the lucky player will by and by back the wrong card the wrong color or the wrong number ntul the bank will take back Its loss es What lianl faces they wean unrfur their faces seem masks merely dropped only at stealthy mo ments Always the snmo look and IICIDO manner Young and beautiful fares curdle into it Women even I have seen women the slaves of the hells tholr ilet Us kept whose faces would have been fair a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1901

lfTHE THE CITIZE BEREAKYTHURSDAY JANUARY 10 190 I METHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES BY REV WM R CAMPBELL Continued from lut week Thor follow this by stating IIWe believe that baptism is the third prin ciple of the Gospel and that baptism is remission of tins as is taught in in the Scripture Hero we differ a little from some denominations who teach that baptism is an outward sign I or an inward graco In this particular wo claim that wo are right because we follow the Scriptures while other de nominations have turned away from the truth unto fables In this con nection they quote a number of pas sages which teach baptism and use f the expression remission of sills They generally discuss one point at a time and dwell upon it until they feol that they have convinced the in quirer before they take up the next point After having satisfied the one to whom they are talking that bap tism is necessary and that it is for the remission of sins then they proceed Wo believe moreover that immer sion i...

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