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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager lIh Strung Stuff it 1lIlhrl IlId Cur rIIIt IlkrrI 01 1M Ioqfa at Drrttl Ay II eeon4 tlaAI fIiInl7lillln m11maIterTHE CITiZEN An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of WeeklyI TIlE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR I 1 VOL 11 A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 1JOl Fifty cents n year O 36 IDEAS The miloon iiuiHt go It loon Look not upon thu wino when it in red ut tho lust it bitoth IIkn II serpent 1I11 Htingcth like an uddur Bible License is vicious in principle iitu powerless iw n reined The only way to dal with the liquor trnllio is to abolish it Take Notice Sunday morning at First Churel of Borea Dr Biirgcwn will preach OL 4I1 Inviting Chunh Tho evening service will bo Eehowt from tho Statt Y M C A Convention by MossHrH Joiicx Raymond Buttle and Gab bnnl All aro cordially invited Next Sunday morning at Find Church of Uurca tho doors of the Church will ho opened for cnndi dates for membership Baptismal service nt tho na...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1901

I ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 N The Kent of the World ConilPiiiril Cnn1I I aDd Collntcd for the Ilenrttt the Unity Uender 11t7SUNDAY I SUNDAY illnbout about to surrender to the British authorities Francis T Sclmub and Miss May L j Winter eloped from Baltimore and j q were married lu an automobile go ing at the rate of 13 miles an hour j Hurry Schwartz of Lcadvlllc Col killed himself by shooting In order that his wife might collect 2000 In i nurance on his life They were pen 1 nilcss The rice president of the Pacific i Mail Steamship Co blames Cnpt I Wnrd for the disaster to the Rio de Janeiro He should not have At j tempted to bring the vessel into San Francisco during a fog The senate passed an amendment I to the Louisiana purchase exposition bill closing the fair on Sundays It also adopted on amendment provid ing an appropriation of 250000 for a government exhibit at the Charles ton exposition President McKinley Issued a proclamation calling for an extra session of the senate for executiv...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1901

TEMPERANCE MAP OF KENTUCKY LIQUOR VS LAW I I 110 iiro Kind iiuloMl to givo our rOll lurl this week n mAp nliotviiiK the prefont condition of tKinpornnci IHWH ill Iou lucky Tim futlyMivuu whito counties cuntHJu no Icgnlized rnilloOIIS StlVIll rOtllltilH IOOlllill no prohibit > n territory The blnck shinier indicate Kilooim in county MlitH Thu black dotH indicate million olmiwliuru in the count ios Thu white 1011 in blnck foiiutlcri Imliuufu prohi bition prwincto For tho oIU litH without hgnhz < xl saloons wo cnn truthfully eny thnt the IIIWH HKaitift liquor wtllinu lire in wvll onforcrtl IIH nn Ihu lawn ugrtinot theft or murder and thu good results which follow nio uiKliioitiuiiid Thonunoy Unit would go tothoimlooiiHtfMH for the Ill IIIIH1 t oC honoAtduhtnnnd tilt propur support of fmnlliu Much of It in put into poriim nvut unpruTrjiiunlH which iiiitko tho country unit Muto ricliur LIQUOR vs LAW Tho liquor tnillio in oinphntlcally n Inw doffing tralllo NVnrlv 120 y fICrl njjo t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 February 1901

r 4THE THE CITIZEN BEREA KYFEBRUARY 28 1901 LAST FRIDAYS DEBATE Tho Chapel was packed on last Fri day night with an nuclicuco whoso en thusiasm was duo not so much to au intorfso interest in the question to bo interest in discussed as to u personal the speakers and in tho two Literary Societies represented Prof L V Dodge presidedand al ter tho opening prayer by Kov Win Lodwick nUll a much appreciated piece of musio by tho Phi Delta Man dolin Club tho chairman announced tho question Resolved that tho pres ont armed invasion of heathen court tries by Christian nations is a detri moot to tho spread of Christianity Tho speakers on tho affirmative were Messrs Shrock J E Ewers and Humphrey of Alpha Zeta Phi Delta took tho cegativo and was represent ed by Messrs E R Eiubreo J C iiChapin and J M Racer Mr Shrock open tho affirmative with a well delivered speech in which ho set forth tho horrors of war spoko of Christ as tho first missionary and o his power to protect his own Mr Embreo of tho...

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 March 1901

r Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager An I Independent Weekly Wllli Strung Stiff of Editors HIII Cur Devoted to the rropnndn ° ts ManagerT CAnllndependentWeekl T l Entrrttl al tin Iottvjlct daft rata at ntatrn Bart Ay II arron 1 H E I T I Z E NDovoted A YEAR SCHOOL VOL II A Family Paper REKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 6 1001 Fifty cents a year NO 37 JIDEAS > Scok yo first the kingdom of God and his rightuaiMiiesi Diblo Never daub withjiutompered mor tar or buildrwith wind ehakem timber it id too costly The bout only is goal enough Thousands of men will clear moro laud build bolter fenced raise morn and butler stock work harder this season in order that they limy rend n son or daughter to Heron l Will you I If uot your family will fall behind Take Notice i Spring Term of Hcroa College opons at 8 oclock Wednesday morn tag Mar 13 There is now a good and steady mnrketfor homespun linen cloth nt Heron If you want to make money during your idio hours at tho fireside put in a good cro...

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 March 1901

7 + Inauguration Day March 4 1901 Will Be a Great Day In the History ol Washington How President McKinley Will Take the Oath of Offlo Vice President Roosevelt Reception by the Senate 6Grand Parade and Gorgeous Inaugural Ball ilrilOUUII the people of Wash A Ington hare no part In the election of a president and vice president they have a large part in the ceremony of Inaugurating them For this reason the subject of the second inauguration of Presi dent William McKinley has excited the greatest interest there ever since last November Work of pre paring and arranging the inaugural ccrmonles and parade is given en tirely in the hands of a committee of citizens of the district The fund to defray the expenses of the Inauguration parades decora Hens etc is raised by subscription among citizens of Washington with the understanding that it is to be V r Just In from the Country refunded from the receipts of the inaugural ball Everything so far as ceremonies parades and fireworks go is free ex...

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 March 1901

I u TEMPERANCE MAP OF KENTUCKY I i Vo tiro glmll Indeed to give our renders this week it inup showing tilt present couilitluti of temperance laws iu Kentuc ky Tho fortywvon whito couu ties contain no legalized sa loon Sovon counties contaiu no prohibition territory The black equnrtR indicate saloons WI county seals The black dots indicnto snlooim elsewhere in the counties Tho white spots in black counties indcato prohi bition prccinctn For the coun ties without legalized saloons wo can truthfully say that the laws against liquor mlliig are as well enforced as are the laws agaiutit theft or murder and the good results which follow uro unquestioned The money that would go tothomiloou8 gown for I ho payment of honest debts and the proper support of families Much of it in put into perma nent iujprovementM which make the county mid state richer Srt N Tho prico of liberty is eternal vigilance and the temperance people must bo continually watchful and ready Besides this wo must remember th...

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 March 1901

I YTHE CITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 6 1901 The Mountain Farmer Oration at doting Exhibition of the Winter Term by Blevlnt P Allen ot Dory Clay County This world is filled with advant ages and disadvantage A mouu tain farm as well as a Blue Grass farm has both The farm that takes and the my eyo is a mountain farm man whom I love to see succeed is a mountain farmer I believe that in the near future the mountain man will bo tho successful farmer in spite of all his disadvantages Much of his land is at an angle of fortyfive degrees and perhaps rocky besides What level ground he has is perhaps a harbor for crawfish which destroy tho crops The mountain farmer can not use great four horse plows reap ers nor sulky cultivators He has to use small ono horse plows which a thirteenyear old boy can lift about with ease Besides if ho gets his little plow broken he has no machine shops in reach where ha can get it repaired Another great disadvantage II i if he does raise a great crop of farm produce ho ha...

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 March 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With HtroiiB tttkff of Editor nod Cor rnpondenti Knlrml l lAf Jtelvjke nl lima Apr no wroxf eWe mnOmnter THE CITIZEN An Independent Weekly r Devoted to the Interests or THE HOME FARM SCHOOL SO CENTS A YEAR VOL 11 A Family 1apor BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 14 1901 Fifty cents a year Xti 118 I IDEAS Thn don can catch a loafer with a naked hookt It is easier to Hull a dog than to love him nwny 1 Corkscrews have drowned moro mon than cork jackets will over BUVO To teach a child to read and not whut to road in to nut a dangerou 1 hauth ii woaou Into hili weapon C D Warnor Hnrhh crilicimn never killed a good I work but It lIometimes killl tho worker I Take Notice Dr Burgeon will preach at Fllfltc Church of BCTCB Sunday tnornlnqj on Tho Great Purllonal Queatlou What think yo of Quint No eel vices at night Tho Annual Collection for th j Amoricall MIIItiollllrv AIIoclation will ho tukon III First Church Sunday am DOlmUo1I1I ought to bo lihi rat for D...

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 March 1901

NEWS CONDENSED Intereetln IntrlllKrnce Gathered by Wife grant All Purl of Both Hemlipher HemlipherMIIMIAY 1111N OA Y Three people were killed In n storm nTIYHrcst City Ark dipt Klehard U Paddock of the 6th cavalry died at TIenTslu China frjm pneumonia pneumoniaLi Chang is again seriously ill anti his physician says his life hangs by n thread Ofllrlnl report shows a total of 22 deaths and 102 cases of bubonic plague ut Cape Town The condition of KxPresldent liar > lson is serious The upper part of his left lung is consented The treasury department Is satis fled that bubonic plague exists to nn alarming extent in San Francisco Col Ledeburs column stormed a gate of the Grand Wall 80 miles west of PaoTIngFu capturing four guns The squadron of the 5th cavalry stationed ut Fort Myer Vu left for San Francisco en route to the Phil ippinesKverythlng Kverythlng In the path of a torna do nt Pine Prairie Ark wits de stroyeil At Conway J5 houses were unroofed and three others blown down A blo...

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 March 1901

JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Vinhrops Great Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CIIArrai XVII Continued In the night nn hour or more lift f I rr you loft UK I wim walnut up by two men creeping Into 1111 wagon They hlwpcrcil they would shoat If I breathed They passed behind thu curtain My daughter hud mini on the floor tired out poor child with out iindrcMdng They threw n bl0 n k et over her head and Milled her Ill lint who could not utter n sound They lied nit and gagged me Then thy drugged her otT God forgive me gentlemen for suspecting you of I Much brutality I lay In tin wngon almost strangled to dentin until thu I leanintcr came to put to the oxen for our journey Thut Is nil I know Tin two gamblers murderers a lout inrnil her lilT wild I but ttrll ute her yet please God O until Slxiim cf them devil IIIIH got her IhiilV the end of her I mint gjt no more Interim In h r en I believe Ill go Ive wasted too much time now from the Ix > nlV LUldllCHM LUldllCHMlit lie moved to ...

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 March 1901

tjTHE GITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 14 1901 Ir ° The Negros Right to Work to Save and to Learn A lUfUmstlou at Closing Exhibition ot Winter Turn Here Colleen by WISSTON MASON The Negro race is perhaps the only ouo that can remember its birthday The birth of tho Jewish nation the Saxon and the French is lost in an tiquity But the Negro race was born into manhood on the first day of January 1863 when the proclamation of Abraham Lincoln went into effect Picture if you can a colored family set free Do you not see the group Father mother and halfgrown Ions and daughters standing in the high way with no shelter above them and no shelter to which they can go They have their freedom but they have nothing else And not only are they destitute of home of tools and the credit which would give them a start but they are destitute of more important things than throe They have not the skill the training or the education which would fit them to take care of them selves They have never been in the habit of lo...

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 March 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllh Mann elaff ur Editor nIVor rllIIlIdnl blnrd III 1M 1 lJIic nl Ilrrta Ay arrou dau amalltl H r 1 1 THE CITIZENAn I An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR I 89I VOL 11 A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 21 11101 Fifty cents a year NO 89 IDEAS 0 that men would hasten to bo IIH good ns they want thuir neighbors to ho I would join the church if it won not BO full of hypocrites Dont lo that dolor you there Is always room for ono more It is a privilege to bo ohio to work Keep thy heart above all keeping Bible Every act wll bear fruit of its kind A wino school trustee will keep i good teacher year after year March 5s tho ntonlh lu which to plan for HKWMB on tho farm e Take Notice Dr Burgess will preach next Sun day morning on Tim Truth concern ing tho Modo of Baptism In tin evening ho will give a Btercopticoi lecture on Bunyaus I Pilgrim lrog raw rawTho Y M C A expects to engage in extensi...

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 March 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST The Sew uf the World Condensed and Counted for the IleneBt of the hasty Header MOM AY Nine new cases of bubonic plague have been officially reported at Cape Town The health of 11 Hung Chang ngnln cuusts apprehension It is said he Is In ti state of collapse Eight dwellings and u livery sta btu were burned in Kansas City Inn btu1ncludiiig Including six livery homes Hy the explosion of eonl oil nt Cas capsule QUI Mrs John Jaiithlcr and her five children were burned to death deathA A deputation of the lloyal Munster Fusiliers laid n beautiful Celtic cross of shamrocks and lilies on the tomb of Queen Victoria ML Do Hotluys is safely recover Ing from his wound received In u duel with Count le Castellane The bullet 1ullew will be taken from his hip In a few days The dispute over the Anglo Rus shin railway at TienlVln Is still on A Kinnll detachment of troops of each Country are encamped on each Hide of the line Civil government will be established I In the Philippines May...

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 March 1901

JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great Story Ilurses Hunting and Adventures in the West + II11ICIt XIX 11wIISIt r 11 wine nfliriioiin UN we rodo on Mijullly Tin1 country grmv rougher Thjf Ititrser luvcr flinched lull they HWiHtil l friilv mill fount from their lirirtti ilpfkitl their fchouldcrH Hy mill II with little lilriiwinl minion ilicjinUM 11 hiici diuw iluwii frciiu tin AJinMtintitng frosty rdgeN of HID i itjnii AIM I MMiliil UK lloiKiM iinil liftUt > ivi > r < > ohivicd mill fnhliriiril nlftl Itfiwl nniMv lo thitlr work it ItllI swiii mill hiiird no life on IIit ifotl Ismv In the broken conn trv n liuyuto or two scuttliil envy ll UO jHtMWd KlIlllcllllICK II llllll i1cxltitll would skulk mil of a Mtvlft niler flflrr us n Illile wny onyiitill MSTClHH nt our klrangi speed lllght yiH CllHW lif COIlId stilt rstnnd bill p it Illplil for wifely butr uliutv fuf fnuil l Irn n ru ipicur niys tyrfiS in ItctiKi Ko lulus next cum jlitNliiiM fiiuinl OVIT the edge of it yftjtc ...

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 March 1901

M e + Li iw w4 a 6 u w + r t LJTHE THE GITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 21 1901 The Educated Hand Oration at Closing Exhibition ol the Winter TVnn br HrBMEsroiui KLIMA brIIrRltrOILl ol lUUImore Mil There is something new in educa tion Tlioro is n widespread tenden cy to place hummer and saw us well I us spelling hook and arithmetic in I the hands of tho pupil Thus the manual aud inontil training aro com blUed and in the near future will be found on tho curriculum of our public and private school The purpose of manual traiuiig is to uphold tho dignity of labor to tench the hand to obey the mind and to fit our boys for tho actual duties of life When manual training is combined with mental culture wo shall not have ministers editors and 10 many sickly teachers One fourth of the students upv leave college with injured health and fully ono half are too sensitive to bear the rough treatment of the world We believe that an early ac quaintance with the square the saw and tho chisel would greatly help t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 March 1901

1 P I I Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With strong Staff or Kdltnn an1 Cor npondent I ttternttit fhe Podafct 01 Bared Ay a aeroNG daM ma alIer > r THE CITIZENAn1hldepeadeet r Anllndcpeldclt Weekly Dovoted to the Interests of mE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR I t VOL II A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 28 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 40 I Q IDEAS The world foam a spiritual church Obedience Is the koy to every door I McDonald will be lonl over myself Goethe All the good of which humanity is capable is comprised in obedience J Stuart Mill From obedience and submission spring all other virtues as all tin dowt from sdlf opinion Montaigne I was not dlsobodonl unto the heavenly vllllonSt Paul Take Notice Dr Burgess will preach next Sun day morning on What killed Christ and who are His Murderer In thn evening there will be a lecture at the Chapel by Prof Mason on his visit hut summer to the Oberainorgau fusion Play under the auspices of 0 E society During next week s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 March 1901

NEWS IN BRIEF IntelMilne UrcnUTuk iijf 1 mcf > Thronh > out the Country trilled Ilotrn sad Given In a Ciinil ned Form MOMY The bubonic plague continue to spread lu Cnpe Town Several otlleers mill men In the pros ince of Cnvlto surrendered to the AincriciiiiHJudge Judge Jos M Bartholomew exJus taco of the North Dakota supreme court dropped dead Her Stouehouse of the London missionary society was murdered by brigands 14 miles nast of TienTain Knporich the assassin of llogollc poflf llnsslan minister of public In ht met Ion has been sentenced to hard labor for life Severe fighting occurred March 22 between the British and Boers at llartebeestfontein east of Klerks dory Transvaal It Is thought the 1lntt amendment will be adopted by the Cuban const tatted convention The radicals however still hold out The Geneva correspondent of the London Dally Mall says it is reported there tint Mr Kruger if his health permits will visit the United States next month Mr Edward W Hooper former trea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 March 1901

JOHN BRENT Mal Theodore Winthrops Great Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CI1 PIPER XXContlnucd dryturrllIl torrent followed the pass It had 1 nuide its way UN water does not stmlffhtway but by that potent feiu hitter incthud of MiMHliif under thu frowning front of tin obstacle and Icnvliif the dull rock storing there while the wild creature It would liavu held lit gliding away down the valley Tldh fgnK chnnnel baffled us we iniiKt hurl It without check wherever It crossed our path livery secant now was worth n century Here was Ihu high of hones passed but now Ila could not chnONu ground We must take our leap on that cruel rod wherever they uttered 1onr 1iiinjii lie had carried his master no no bly There were so few miles to dot Hi bud chased NO well he merited to bo In at the death Brut lifted him nt u leap across the nrroya Poor Iutupvl Ills hind feet slIiMd on the lime nioothed rock Ito fell < short He plunged down n dozen feet among the r rotih boulder of the to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 March 1901

t I k IhtTHE THE GITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 28 1901 THE WAY OF SUCCESS Story of it Mil lis Captain aa to How He linlncd n Ioiltlon of Rr I008lblilly Will you reach land tomorrow captain asked n passenger on board the Alaska aftcc a long and search Ing look through his field glares Yes about the miildo of the after noon replied the captain who was having n merry chatter with his youngest passenger n winsome little maid You are n jolly captain ob served the passenger Why should I not be I have a good shipnone better sails the seas a good crew Gods free air and sunshine in abun dance and plenty to eat and drink Hut you are particular what your drink shall be I observe you never accept an Invitation to drink a glass of wine with anyone No I draw the lino agaInst all strong drinks Have you scruples against them Well 1 suppose so I know they would have no scruples against me should I Indulge I suppose 1 might today be only an ordinary sailor be fore the mast drinking and swearing were It not fo...

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