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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1901

J Rev Will JOHN Mining rt DODWELL filnff > Idol of Ifclltnn ManngerT CITIZEN THEAn Independent Dovotcd Interests to of tho Weekly 1repondena Atoned at the PonHifct d u matlmnttrr nt lima Ay at 0111H E IT I Z E NTIlE HOME 50 CENTS FARM A YEAR R SCHOOL v VOL II A Family Paper IIEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 17 1001 Fifty cents a year NO31 t t s IDEAS I I Doing nothing is thu Hatno thing ILK i being a cripple I Thinking about nothing w tho Bamo thing as being n fool Learning nothing is tho sumo thing as being lend Loving nobody is tho same thing ns being damned Take Notice Owing to a pros of matter many interesting local items wore crowded outFco Fco Memorial Services at Second Church on Sunday morning Dr Burgess at the Chapel next Sunday morning at II oclock Topic Back to Bethel Hack to Oilgalfor Sacrifice and for Rejoicing Presi dent Frost will give his celebrated lecture on Palestine in tho evening It 7 oclock It will be finely lutist rated with Stereopticon pictu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1901

NEWS CONDENSED IntrreMInc Intelligence Gathered by Wire Prom All fart f Uolh llrmUpbrrea MOM1AY The American hospital ship Maine hail arrived at Southampton with in valids from China It is understood that the disease from which Li Hung Chang is suf fering is Brights disease Commodore Alexander Henderson chief engineer U S X retired Is dead at his home In Yonkers N Y In n series of riots between whites and blacks at Wichita Inn several persons were wounded Several ar rests were made Capt DIppold one of the oldest and i best known river captains was killed I by n train while standing on the track at linden near Pittsburgh The French defeated n body of Box ers west of Poo Ting Fu killing 1000 It is reported that the allies arc pre paring to enter the province of Shan SI About 1400 Boers crossed the line attacking both Zuurfonteln and Kaal fontein stations but were driven off They arc being pursued by a cavalry brigade Fully 0000000 birshcils of coal are on the way south from Pittsburgh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1901

JOHN BRENT I Maj Theodore Winthrops Great JJ StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West I I CHAlTKIl VlllContlmicel Nothing could he more yHtimntIo than his nrrnnifiiuiitt Order IH wel come In the world Order Is only see and to bounty It Is Indeed the skel eton of lionuty Ikduty seeks order nod IICCOIIICM ItH ruliiuiit livery great + vhhc hooded picturesque wagon of the Mormon curnvun wan In itn place The tongue of each rented on the axle of Its forerunner or wtm ranged iijmn the grass beneath The ellipse hecninu 11 fort and n corral Within the cattle could le wifely herded Marauding rtdnkln would iilloi about In rain Nothing tninpedolik there fknlplng milking too would be bailed They could not make a dash through the eamp whUk olT a ucaln and vnnluli nntonehed March and encampment both had been mar dialled with masterly iiklll i Slxxutn llrent avowed to inn sotto voce with low voice may be a blind guide with dltchward tendon elea In faith He certainly known how to handle hits l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1901

f i t 4THE THE GITIZENBEREA KYJANUARY 17 1901 TEN REASONS I Why Christians Cannot Fellow ship tho Mormon ChurchI Why cannot Christians walk in fel I lowship with Mormons in religion ns aslthey they do with each other TEN REASONS Fr tThe Mormon church un churches nil Christians It recognizes itself alono as the church From its beginning to the present it has insist ed from press and platform that all allI Christian churches of whatever namo nation or century since apostolic j times are not only apostate from the truth but propagators of error and I false doctrine without authority to teach preach or administer the sacra monts that salvation and exaltation are found alone in tho church organ ized by Joseph Smith PROOF 1 Tho Mormon church is the only truo and living church upon the whole earth Doctrine and Cove nants Sec 180 2 Behold I the Lord say un to you that all old covenants Christ ian churches have I caused to be toile away in this thing and this is a now and an everlasting cove...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1901

I Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Vlth 81runc xtQ ur Fdltun end Cur letponde4h Xred aI the lot 1Itt III llrtd Ay I second y cast Umaller t THE TITIzENAnlindependent Anllodependcnt Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR VOL 11 A Family Paner BEIIEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 81 1901a Fifty cents a year NO32 IDEAS I Seek yo the Lord while ho wayag agfound Bible Tho truth that earns mens souls is tho truth on which all Christians ath greed Times of sickness show us how we lovo our owe dear ones Tho industrious man has work to do in winter as well as slimmer You dont eon him wailing till ho needs n breakfast before cutting some fire woodWinter Winter ia tho time to read and think T IsThisOurLasrtnt For ten wOkll tim CITIZE 1 ll its been calling upon many home to whIch ho was not really iuvitedl A good frIend of YOllrsent him Now aro you well enough acquaint cd to ask him to kcop eomiugide Wo boliovo thatiliis paper will bo ek worth ail it coats ev...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1901

iITEMS OF INTEREST I The New > f tho Nell Condensed And Collated tow Qo Bemat of the Hnty aksder I MONDAT i famine In j A I a consequence of a the province of Shan SI China thou I sand have diedI i The crown prince will represenTing t i King Emmanuel at the funeral of Verdi the composer Sixty skaters broke through the ice on a pond in Brooklyn N Y9 and two boys were drowneI The French liner La Gaecogae ar rived at New York badly damaged The steamer encountered two ficrc I gales on the voyage fra Havre Craiy snake the leader of the ree blllou Snake Indians was captured sear Eufaula L T lie is at Hen rietta under a strong guard of ol died Systematic and practical prepara tions are being made for the comfort of visitors in Washlngtoa during the 1 inauguration of Prealdeat McKinley on March 4 Fire in a wing of the YYlllard ho tel Washington did JSOOO damage Hnlf a hundred guests including several congressmen and their wives were badly frightened Secretary Gaga au lent to the house a ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1901

I I I I The Life of VICTORIA Personal and Political Private and Public a II She did nothing common sordid mean Upon that memorable scene Biography of King Edward VII I1E biography of Queen Victoria THE In full would mean the history of the British empire for tbe lut CO years and by Its ruml fication the history of the aftalro of the world The span of her reign boa Measured progress In material affairs + beyond the most extravagant proph ewle ef bar childhood the most note werthy achievements In every depart ment ef loloncc philosophy and In KINO KDWAIID YH Knewn fer Many Tear aa the Irlnce of IVby duttry and a readjustment of pollt loal and commercial relation among the nation of surprising sweep So cnsplcuou bat been tbe part played by England and 0 noteworthy the merit and the influence of the queen that the phrase Victorian era ban been accepted by the world as a Just ant ample characterization of the perid Included in her reign Ulrlh f the Queen When Victoria was born at Ken sin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1901

4 1 THE OITIZENBEREA KY JANUARY 31 1901I TEN RASOENS I J Why Christians Cannot Fellow ship the Mormon Church I Sixth Tlio Mormon church teacher II that Adam ill God The SupromcGod tho Creator of this supromeGodl and tho only God with whom we haveI to do and that Jesus Christ is his son by natural generation moor 1 Ho Adam Li8 our FATIIEI and our GCD and the only God wilt i tohom WE have to doWhen tin j Virgin Mary conceived tho child Je i sus the Father had begotten him ii I his own likeness Ho was not begot ton by tho Holy Ghost And who is the Father Ho is tho first of tin human family Journal of Dis courses Vol I p 50 Sermon l i JJrigham Young I 2 And also with Michael 01 Adam tho Father of all the Prince I of all tho Ancient of DnysIfPearl of Great Price p CO I 3 Adam fell but his fall became I a matter of necessity after tho wom an had transgressed In tho language of tho prophet Lehi Adam guage fell that men might be No won der Father Adam foil and ncconipa uiod tho woman sharin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1901

t Rev Wllli JOHN Wrong rr DODWELL III faIJltrMAIIJtronH Manager E CITIZEN An 2 Independent Interests Devoted to of the Weekly r Rnlerfit at the SCHOOLrldn 60 CENTS A YEARf VOL II A Family Paper IJEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1901 Fifty cents n year NO33 IDEAS liTho way of tho transgressor is hard but it is very easy to follow Perseverance essential to slice > H 11 If good and evil nro never lo bo separated the future will ho awfully darkMonoy Monoy Is not everything but the thing It Isnt wont worry youpllck Worry less work more waste IOHN give more write lees rend morn t preach leis practice moro e Take Notice Rev A E Thomson will preach his closing aormou tonight at the Chapel Dr Burgess requests the converts to meet the pastors of the different Churches tomorrow Friday night from G to 7 at tho Chapol On Saturday from 0 to 7 p m Dr Burgess desires to meat nIl the Christ Ian Endeavor Societies the Y M C A the Y W C A and nil others who desire to engage in help...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1901

NEWS CONDENSED I i iBtrmtlnar ItitelllBtmce Cataer d ana1 by Wire from All arc St Dotk HeMli hr S 11ealekereai MONDAT One of the worst snow storms OIl record rngcd at Burlington la The wind blew a gale Fred Rosumnn of Chicago a United I States postal clerk confessed to rob bing mail pouches All the saloons in Hiawatha Kan I were wrecked under the leadership of temperance people GOT Nash expresses his determina tion to prevent the nuhllnJcffrio tight taking place in Saengerfsst hall Cincinnati Hoer captured the British post at Kedderfontein Several officers and ma were taken prisoners but srubsc quontly released Six inches of snow on a level WI in Chicago and in drifts in many places it was piled up as high as see ondstory windows The worst snow storm for several years prevailed in Northern Kansas and Southern Nebraska Railway trains were tied up Much damage was wrought by a tornado in Delta county Texas One person was killed one fatally and two severely injured Crazy SnnKe lender of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1901

JOHN BRENT Mal Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAPTER XllContlnucd Anil thu poor feeble old father bow all his geniality was blighted and wit horcd away lie was no more tho muster of revels nt a festival but thu ruined man with a bailiff In dia guise ut his dinner table Querulous VJties imirmmeil iu his voice Tho decayed gentleman disappeared the plaruPhraec Phrase of cant stud this peculiar Mar mon slung and profanity gnu the thei e1 to Sizzuni 1OliatuII tI constantly Hit was at once the hlgotrd disciple and the cowed slave Toward lilw daughter hln ihnimrr tuna sometimes timorously pleading sometime nlinont surly Why could she not repress her die gust nt the holy innn at lout In the presence of Htrnngers tlmt seemed to bn his feeling mod he strove to withdraw nitration from hr by nn eager trepldatlng attempt to pleaso lift mister In whorl the vulgar 1nrdheadcd knave hail this weak lost II gentleman thoroughly In lilx power Mr Clltheron wan l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1901

v lJ THE CmZENBEREA KYFEBRUARY 7 1901 TEN REASONS Why Christians Oa not Fellow ship thoMormoB Church NinthTho Mormon church be lieves in Polygamy The doctrine is to them both sacred and fundament 8C al They believe and teach that Je ni sus Christ was a polygamist The manifesto of September 24 1890 wash doctrine ofcc not a repudiation of the plural or celestial marriage and did all not claim to bo such It was as all honest Mormons freely confess only M a suspension of the practice for them time being They hold the principles to be as eternal as God himself 01m PROOF ti 1 If none but Gods will be per mitted to multiply immortal children w it follows that each God must have out one or more wives The Evan gelists do not particularly speak ofN the marriage of Jesus1I0ne dl thing is certain that there were sev eral holy women that greatly loved JOBUS such as Mary and Martha 1 her sister and Mary Magdelene and and Jesus greatly loved them and associated with them muchIf all the acts of Jes...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Hirolll Staff 01 Editors and Vor rICIldI entered III She WtJlt nl 1IfftI AI as oml dau amlllln THE CITIZEN An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR I NO31I VOL II A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1901 Fifty cents a year NO31 IDEAS Wiuo III a mocker nud stroug drink Is raging Bible I Christ changes tho city by hang ing tho citi7xni Tho wifu of a henpecked husband hasut much to crow over I Sin makes our sorrows but thoso Borrows often turn us from Bin I Tho man who wants to tuko it easy 1 while others do tho rowing ought to pay for tho boat boatTake Take Notice On Sunday morning at First Church of Bcrcn Dr Burgess will preach onI Elim At 7110 p m tho tqpic will bo midden convention Ou Wednesday night Prof Louis Favour will deliver his brilliant lect uro In tho College Chapel Electric ity is tho topic Sec hand bills for further information At tho morning service of tho First Chu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1901

NEWS IN BRIEF IntereMlni KvrnUTuk MR l reThroiis out the Ouuntry Hulled Down and Glvrn In K CulIId Farm MONDAY Ex King Milan is seriously 111 Three persons lost their lives and four wore injured in n lire In Boston Owing to foreign pressure the em press dowager has allowed Kmperor Kwniig Su to resume the reins of gov ernmentA A law nnd order league was organ ized at Kansas City Kan for the purpose of seeing that the law in rev gardto saloons and gambling houses is enforced enforcedBustos Bustos governor of the island of Calami unncs mid 30 insurgents in eluding n colonel and two majors in the province of AI bay Luzon have been captured Three thousand citizens of Topeka Inn met in mass meeting and de cided that the numerous saloons in the city must close up They were given until Friday to do so n iron box containing 40000 was stolon from the depot platform at Manilla la In charge of the express company Three men have been ar rested suspected of the crime In a fight between Lords Both...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1901

JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorscs Hunting and Adventures in the West CJIAITKK XIIIContlnucd I nm glml to In out of tiint iioly rwbblo salil Ins WI puxMd from the gfitit The stars Memed to look dl imlilfully on them I mn not be en tortnlntil by thai low uomcdy with I tr O0v silting beside our friends v nil I Mho strire wild Ilifiit bitterly 1 rn fold mill cruol an drsilny There U In tvcm oUrliciid pretending to hoI CIIMIIjf rind bonlgnnnt a 1II11hllIllllllj ielp while I uni thinking In agony vli i cun bo done to > im > mini any loijoh cf ulimiit or 11tIIr sorrow that I iitJUo laughter I 1tJ ft lino night for u gullop II rgjMflttftlPJioro j PJioro they are Wi must keep tjioill out If the fort Watll If you IWO 111110 driiiln till old man In talk for Illilf nn hour Comilil i half u century If It will lo nny good Mr Clltherot nnd his daughter wore vnllilllg slowly townnl I lit fort Ho IIJ > Ktlid to us tin we approached I nm urging my daughter to join in ili &g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1901

TIDE GITIZENBEREA KYFEBRUARY 14 1901 TEMPERANCE Mrs Nation of Kniisns Ireliule to tlie sermon January 2S at Suratopu Street Church Boston by the paotur ChILI A CrAne CrAneWhen police sheriff mayor and governor cowbiuo to nullify a right eous law vo have a state of anarchy It is a virtual dictatorship by execu tives Benjamin Harrison justly says that it is a monstrous idea that an executive may select such laws as may please him to execute and nulli fy the rest This monstrosity has begotten the fury of a woman of Kansas who has assailed outlaws and criminalH who are protected by the infidelity the unfaithfulness of offi cers of the law No one approves violence But tell me my friend what would you do if the paid and sworn officers of the law stood mo tionless by while your children are assailed and your best rightprotec tion by lawis being stolon by pro tected criminals I think that you have none of that kind of goodness which will sit silent while such wrongs are committed While I am...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1901

I Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager SIth SlronK NtaR or Yclton and Cur rIII L NIrtd 01 IN rbdajht at Jlmu Ayto 0111 I clau Uofftatltl THE CITIZENAn AD Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests oC THE HOME FARM SCHOOL f 60 CENTS A YEAR I VOL IL A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 35 1IDEAS Evil imagination is tho poison or the Houl HoulMnnV Mans favor III temporary but GodHI is everlasting everlastingWo Wo must not work with H robillion spirit or a tog od porov iranr > but I must outer upon our duties wild viol and a heart in it Tho Indians do not kiss each other Having FOOD suvernl of lliiiu wo 110 not blame them George chopped tho cherry tree my BOH But that wan Hliuht beside What cherry awhclioa would lmv < done To George if he hnd lied e Take Notice On Sunday 1I10rnlnfDr Burgess will preach nt the First Church or Borne on Good iHhtluraUlI ut night on Brother Joseph Next Sunday morning wo + kat First Church of Bnroa tho doom ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1901

NEWS CONDENSED Inlrrritlnc Inlelllsrence Gathered j by Wire From All Purl or j Both HcruUpXerea IIemlpkeresMoDAY JIOXUAY President Diaz of Mexico may visit the exposition at Buffalo N Y Miss Cnrrie Nation will visit rela tivos In Kokomo some time In March I Very severe weather and heavy t snowstorms ore reported throughout FrncoI James Stewart n retired lumber merchant of Minneapolis Minn was killed In n folding bed Another death from bubonic plaguo has occurred nt Cape Town and two fresh cases are reported It is reported that De Wets com mando is extremely exhausted and harassed on all sides by the British A large mass meeting was held iq Lawrence Kan In the interest ol tumperancc Sevan jointlsts were nr rested Count Von Waldersce has notified the foreign commanders to prepare to rostimo military operations in China on a large scale owing to the unsafe isfaotory nature of the peace nego tmtionsOov Koosevelt ended his hunting expedition He arrived at Coloradt Springs and will return...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 February 1901

JOHN s BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great Story Norses Hunting and Adventures in the West Westr IIlryIIIUIIIIIr 4 milliner whiih ceeinid his uhurutce iitlo one if 1 had not been ruined 1 should hint stayed stupidly at lioiue nnd never worked In u coal iiino 01 tmntlleil min the plains or hnd till pleHMire of lueeling you lift your yourfriend If it were not for my daughter and my Untie to the uljureli should lake my adventures us lightly ns you do when your gun misses tire and you youlose The thing that troubled me most at thu limo of my dimiMicrH he ro suiiicd wuit being dofonted for Pnr lUmriit There bad always boon a Clllheroa there When myulhrr died I took 1Is seat I used to spend 1111111frcul freely on election but i thought they tent me bnununo they liked me mimecur 1 lost my fort iinn there camo n snob sir and stood against me He IICOIIMO me of being u freethinker an If tbu s Clllhiroe had not alwnys been liber al Hot up cry and bought + totes My own tcnantN my old ten nntM 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. — 21 February 1901

I ttTH THE ITIZENBEREA KYFEBRUARY 21 1901 TEMPERANCE IS IT A SIN REV J S LOYALL To chow smoke dip or snuff to baccof Except our Savior had said Judge not we would unhesitating For thoughtobacco ill ly answer yes naturally eaten by worms which gro thereby it is not food nor wholesome medicine for man But it is a nox ious weed whose odoiua fumes have spread everywhere inoculating the innocent and the pure with its deadly nicotine and its pernicious result have become BO generally manifest as to alarm our lawmakers into aupproe live legislation in different localities and godly men are waging a war against it as never before which in dicate that it is a sin But a just answer to this question whether a as we see it depends on man con do so to the glory of God or not For I have created him for My glory I have formed him yea I have made him saith the Lord Isaiuh XLIII 7 And the great apostl says Whether therefore ye eat or drink or whatsoever ye do do all to the glory of God What know ye ...

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