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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1901

H Sr Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager An Independent Weekly With strong HtnfT iif KUIIorn and Cor Devoted to the rr toinleiit ManagerT H E C I T I Z E NDevoted of SCIIOUL Entmd althf r dare ttf Jlct mallmatter nl slain AI lot uromt 60 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL I VOL lh A Family Paper B12HKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 0 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 46 t IDEAS r Look aCtor your foncos Dont forget to plant cow poas Nothing mokes chnruutor no rapid ly UH Bolf denial Chastity enables tho soul to breath a puro air in the foulest plaoo Joubert Sow u patch broadcast with nor glium it will make the best of egg food for your hens next winter Tho world is alwayH sunny To the chap that has tho money But youve got to hunt tho honey Like the IMMM If they idled every hour In the shine or in tho shower Would they ever nuts a flower In the breezes Take Notice WEEKLY PRAYER MEKTINOS Korea Church Wednesday 7Xj > m Baptist Church Thursday 710 pyi Second Church Monday 7IM p in Womens Irayor Meeting 2 ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1901

ix AMERICAN MEATS sish Exclusion of it From the British Army Will No Have a r Bat + nhr HIE EXQLISil SUPPLY IS LIMITED What Is Shut Out Krnni DIG Army Use Will Kind a Rind Sale III tbo licurral Uarkets Thf Uniiiillty nf llrct Imported rriini tin llnllcil Stale U Very 1 lnrci and In liKrnalnir I Vrnr lly Pear Washington May SUpOI1 being ndvlscd about three weeks ago through tin press < llKKitchos from London of the exclusion of forelwi wilxef Ixnf from the British nrmy use the state department Instructed Ambos Rador Chontti to report upon the m Ited ter Information has been received lij the army contract offlci of t hu Iii Itish war department on April 0 last excludes from army use for six months from June I next all foreign beef of every description whether drnd when Imported or slaughtered in tileat Itritnin Dr Wray inspector of American conic appointed by the < lopirlnirnt of agriculture wlui hua Investigated the mibjeet is of tin opinion that the order when carried into IlT...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1901

O JOHN BRENTP Maj Theodore Winthrops Great j Story 1lorses Hunting and Adventures in the West I CHAPTKU XXVILContluucd she day lifter till crisp frost ness of Its beginning was u belated day of Inilliiii summer ml Iii IIB tho golden mornings of that calm luxurious time Va stopped to noon In n hUll ny spot of open past u ro near n wide I muddy slough of the Missouri Thin reservoir for the brewnge of shaken for Iikos liiul been refilled In some uuliniiii riM of tlio river nnil Iny n I gloat slngimnt lake along the road Hide n uillo or no long two hundred ynriU broad Not very exhilarating tipple hilt Ktlll wuter the horsed would not dUdiiln It after their nb nbal iicntlon on thu plain wo could qual ify It with argue from our flasks rllllllI lee It with thu little films of Ice un invited along the pools edges Wo wer fortllled with u bag of corn for tin homes and u cold chicken for 1 IUolT men menV 11e ouiup4d by n fallen cottonwood I Hear till HIIIUth The iitmonphcre WIIM hoiffiil 1Ve p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 May 1901

The Homespun Fair Following tho custom of tho last fov years Berea College will at tho coming Commencement hold an ex hibit of articles which can bo made in tho homes All articles of domes tic manufacture including homespun and handwoven fabrics of wool and of cotton and wool and of linen and wool and of cotton and also articles made of wood aro solicited for exhi bition and liberal premiums will be given for tho best articles submitted in each of many classes It will be required that all articles submitted for premium must have been manu factured since tho last College Com mencementIt It is timo to bo getting ready to compete for some of these prizes If n man can make a good chair let him sot about making one a little better than ho ever made before and bring it into Bcroa and put it into the fair It will cost nothing for the privilege of entering it and if is the best made chair brought in ho will get a prize on it and will probably bo able to soil his chair for a good prico besid...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1901

fI rRev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllli HtroiifC Hlnff of Kdlloni Hint Car rependentsr Knlerttl at the lbd pce Hcnti by oa tlOI clou vuittmntltT maamalttrTHE CITIZEN VOL 11 A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 10 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 47 IDEAS Tho potato bug has como Strong temptations develop chnrac ter Necessity is the first aUmuhw to industry Keep tho lost weeks CITIZEN and loam till Cow Pea catechism it Is worth your while It is not what wo tuko up but what wo give up that makes us rich BeeehorI I nouns ono thing when n innn guts into 1 tile spot ho dont never send for his friend tho dovil to hop him out Josh Billings Take Notice WEEKLY PlUVKR MtETISOS Heron Church Wednesday 7Mp in Baptist Church ThurHilay 7 M pm Second Church Monday 730pru Womens Priiver Meeting JriJO p in at the bone of Mrs Lou Hanson SINDY SKUVICBS Heron Church trof 1L M Jones 1111 in Swond Church Rev IL1 Derthick 1111 tu Baptist Church Rev II F Aulick 1111 in and 7150 p in Sunday Hchool ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1901

i CHI ESE WILL PAY I The Indemnity Demanded by the Powers Will Be Liquidated in Thirty Years i TUE PLENIPOTENTIARIES RESPONSE The Annual Payment of f 10000000 Is the Extent of Their Power to Discharge the Debt Mr nockhlll Una Been Instructed t ° Continue His Effort to Secure An Abatement of the Total Amount Asked Washington May 15A cablegram t from Mr nockhlll special United States commissioner at Peking re celled at the state department Tues day mentions the receipt by the ministers of the response of the Chi nese envoys to the ministers de mands for indemnity The dispatch indicates briefly that the Chinese represent that an annual payment of 10000000 is the full extent of their power to pay on indemnity account It will take 30 years to dis charge the debt at that rate without interest Mr Rockhill makes no mention of the subject of Interest nor does he touch upon the inctins by which the money is to b ° raised by China or say who is to guarantee a loan necessary to be intule It app...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1901

I JOHN BRENT J I4 Maj Theodore Winthrops Great r f7 StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAlTKU XXIXContlnued I llrent II lid jlldilulphl Jllildiilph H surely Thcro could Ih no mistak ing Ihnt blonde manly Blunt re 11 lapsed again Into modified Angli cism of dress but walking freely j nlong witli 11 step that remembered ft the prairie I lint Unit pale fcclilo fellow hang i lug on the others urnil Could Hint bo ilohn llrint 1 Ho was slouching j nlnng looking upon tho ground Ut cnivworn dejected innn It cost IIlfI a sharp pmg to see lilY brllltiint IIcOlIllI I could lIl11prchClIIII 11111111rllhI rushed out t it din IIUMI Klght quiet ate dillI Ing systematically nt eight tables 1111 t the coffeeroom were startled ut at rapidity of movement quite unknown t to tin precincts of Smorley and lIchI of the eight choked over IIH mouth fill wore It oxtnll salmon mutton t brand Klght waiters caught III the II nut of saying Yesslrl Drcctly Blrl weir llkcnlrc shocked Into inomcn limy pa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 May 1901

HOMESPUN FAIR The annual Homespun Fair will be hold Wednesday June 6th 1901 Room J Lincoln Hall In order to encourage Fireside In dustries and aid her skillful friends in finding a market for their wares I Borea College will again hold tkp Homespun Fair which has been so successful in the past Rend our list of premiums then start that loom Even if you do net take a premium you may hare a clinuco to sell something Entries must be made before 10 a m Commoncomont Day All goods entered for B premium must have been made since last Commencement Day Juno G 1900 But any homemade goods which the owner desires to sell may bo dis plajed nt the Fair free of cost and the managers will do their best to ar range a sale Notice also tho amount of goods called for in our premium lists Theso aro the lengths for which there is most demand PREMIUMS OFFERED OFFERED1st 1st 2nd r Homespun Coverlets 42 00 St 00 Dimity Counterpane 2 00 1 00 All wool Jeans 10 vds 2 00 1 00 Cotton and Wool Jeans 10 yds 1 00 60...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager lIh H1rung Stuff or Elated AUti Our rIOlldellt Rlo at 1M v J at llmtl Ay rIA Ieco41 4claw m4Umutlfer r THE CITIZEN VOL II A Filthily Paper DEUBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 23 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 18 IDEAS Keop your lioo bright Never do nny thing grudgingly A confirmed bnokbltor tlio lien Field Day today Lots of good Sport Lot IIH every ono give our name st moral support to our town oilicero None Shan bn Saved by Christ but only those who workout heir imlvu + liou Wo cannot do without God and lie will not do without IIH Mat thew Henry henryTake Take Notice WEEKLY Piuvrn MKETIXH Heron Church Wwhuwlay 7lO pm lliipttot Church Thursday 74 pm Second Church Monday 710 plII WomeuH Prayer M outing 210 p m at the homo of IrK Laura Kmlirco SLSDAV SKRVICES Heren Church Memorial Day Ser vices Henuou by Rev 11n111 Kobe 11 n m Second Church nor II 1 Derthick lln m nipttit Church Rev 11 F Aulick 1111 in and 7akl p m Sunday school at Olfi n m all churches Y M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1901

ICOMINC TO TERMS President OConnell Predicts an Early Settlement of the Machinists Strike MANY FIRMS GRANTING DEMANDS I The Trouble Has Spread to Larga Prl rate Ship Yards oil the Pa cific Coast It Slay Stop Work on the Two IVava TraniporU I2Iiert and Ilo e crans Non Under Re pair There Washington May 22 President OConnell said Tuesday night that the advices received up to 6 oclock at headquarters here indicated that nn early settlement of the trouble between the machinists and employ ers will be effected Information at hand showed that during the day over ICO firms had settled by granting the nine hour day Mr OConnell said that so far ns he knew about 0000 men are out in San Francisco and about 3000 in Cin cinnati In Chicago nearly nil the important shops have settled with the men The reports from the south lie said show that all through that section settlements are being ef fected Half the firms in Philadelphia he said have come to terms and the others are expected to follow suit ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 May 1901

JOHN BRENT ih Mal Theodore Winthrops Great a Story HorselR Hunting andh i Adventures in the West ecnuh CHAPTKU XXXI A DWAUF ANU A UOIISK8 OIIO3T It was with much curiosity and In IteppeddOWIl down Into the basement mid entersau aubla great mechanic lu degree perhaps In kind a 1 do any great seer luLu the mysteries of Nuturu lie In m king whoever cau wield the great fore where other menbare not the power And none can control maturlal force without a profound knowledge statedor unstated of the great masterly law that order every or ganlim from duet to man und a 1111111 freighted world A great luechunlc nub with the great chief of tiw time prophet purls orator slat ea SurnPadiham Padiham WILl In hi shop nt work No mistaking him A limited fro a gray man not uilihan but only hut together Uka1 a one burrell rd uperaglassA A very Impressive head wan Par Ii bows No hams had born dono to that by whatever force had driven In bin lrga and shut his rlhll together HU brad wan full grown In con 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. — 23 May 1901

1 THE GITIZENBEREA KYMAY 23 1901 Commencement Anniversaries BEREA COLLEGE e 1 90 1 I Thursday May 30 MEMORIAL DAY WITH G A R POST ADDRESS nv REV G S DICKEKMAN NEw HAVEN CONN Friday AFayji ANNIVERSARV OF LITERARV SOCIETIES Sunday June a BACCALAUREATE SERMON Monday June J ADDRESS IIEFORE LITERARY SOCIETIES BY PROF J C MKTCAITK OF GEORGETOWN COLLEGE Tuesday June 4 ALUMNI REUNION MmtJay ami Tuesday June 3 and 4 EXAMINATIONS WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 COMMENCEMENT 900 AJ1r GRADUATING EXERCISES 130 P M ADDRESSES nv ExGov BRADLEY ANn OTHERS FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY SEPTEoFBEWII HOMESPUN FAIR Tile annual Homespun Fair will be hold Wednesday Juno 5th JDOl Room 4 Lincoln Hall In order to encourage Fireside In dustries and aid her skillful friends in finding a market for their wares Boron College will again bold the Homespun Fair which has been so successful in the past Read our list of premiums then start that loom I Even if you do not take a premium you may bare a chance to sell something Entries mus...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1901

VeeklYr Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager AnQlndependcnt Weekly RevJOHNDODWELLManagerT C ZEAnglndependcnt the Kntmtt at the lod ebwi frt maUmntttr al Horn Ay IU treomt H E iiri ZE NDevoted A YEAR d SCHOOL I I 1 VOL II A 1ilmily Pllper DEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 80 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 49 t E I > IDEAS All work is Imnl for a lazy man Electricity is llfo IH that why HOIIIU people arc HO Hhoclliugt What dOOR Commencement mean to you voting man young woman t > Wo linvo been hluruuxl with bounti ful rains now keep lit cultivators running When n man they with God IIIH volco shall bo as sweet as tho mur mur of the brook and tho nmllo of the corn Emerson EmersonTake Take Notice WEKKLY PIIATEH MEFTINOS Boron Church Vwlnt > Hlay7 pm Unptlst Church Thursday 7110 pm Second Church Monday 710 p in Womens Prayer Mooting 2 tW p m at the homo of Mini Snlliu Ann Davis SUNDAY SKRVIOKH lierea Church IJaccuIimronlo Ser mou Second Church clo xl for norviovB at Berea Church Baptiiit ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1901

ACCEPTED AT lAST Cuban Constitutional Convention Adopted the Platt Amend ment Tuesday THE VOTE WAS 15 FOR TO 14 AGAINST I The Actual Ballot Was on Accepting the Majority Report of the Com mittee on Relations The nadleals Made a Hard Fight at the Last Moment and Several Arraigned Senora Bitterly ArralKe4I the Conservatives Havana May 29 The Platt amend meat was accepted by the Cuban constitutional convention Tuesday by a vote of 15 to 14 The actual vote was on accepting the majority re port of the committee on relations which embodies the amendment with explanations of certain clauses The radicals made a hard light at the last moment and Senors Portu ondo Gomez and Tamayo bitterly ar raigned the conservatives Senor rat ayo was particularly vindictive and declared that everybody who voted in favor of the Platt amend ment was a traitor to his country The convention compelled him to retract this statement On several occasions personal encounters seem ed imminent Senor Gomez spoke for mo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1901

Ie Stationery Cheap i i will do well to lay in a l4 > y of Fine Writing Pa ll per and Envelopes before you f leave Berea tie ALL AND SEE OUR OURSTOCK TOCK AND PRICES l > Students Job Print OF GENERAL INTEREST Our Decoration Day number is ti worth preserving You never read a purer more inter in rating story than Mnlcom Kirk It will commence vnry HOOD Tho Blue OraMH Grocery of Rich inoiid KIM going to ndvertisn HOIIIO special bargains for next weak J T McCliutock nt Richmond will Hell Saddles mid HnrnoHs nt son satlonnllv low prices on Court Day Greatly reduced prices III the Sad slit and Harness lino on Court Day nt J T McClintocks Richmond Ky Tho Kindergarten expects to haven fi j booth on the grounds CoimniMicenient Day 110 sure to m > + their art copse t ion tionQuito Quito n numlr of Boren htudenln 0r lave tnkon exaniiuatioii for teachers co rtlflcates who hate not Jot IXHMI heard from Blovins Alien rtcoivod a firwt chins certificnto in Clay county and his slim U r Fatin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 May 1901

WTHE GITIZENBEREA KYMAY 30 1901 a OorriUU 1801 b110e Uneela I DAYS AYS Johnny Yank to Johnny Reb lAYS Tli Jest an even forty year Since ringln forth from south to north The guns of Sumter sounded clear And answerln our leaders call To help the cause we Jedged was right Afield we tramped and drilled and camped I And guessed that you chaps couldnt fight But John we Iarned our lesson good Fet fight well lay thats what you could U I SJ ti AYS Johnny Reb to Johnny Yank We heard a call In Dixieland And when the drum said Soldiers comel On southern soil we took our stand And areen as YOU uns In the blue We all paraded In the gray And used to tell how one loud yell Would make your army run away I But bout the third good lively muss Shook all that nonsense out of us I UNDER THE STARS AND STRIPES CDORTY UITT years ago the 30th of i FlRTY the first burning fever of I war was at Its height The I awful portent of those shots I heard round the world na they echo ed from Sumters walls had sunk dee...

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 June 1901

Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager An Independent V cckly RevJOHNDODWELLManagerT C THEAn Devoted Interests to of the ccklySCHOOL Koifidl ill IV 1 totujkf dau miUmtMtr nl Hrm AvN 0 emnN T H E 4 IT I Z E NTHE HOME 50 CENTS FARM A YEAR d SCHOOL r n = VOL IL A Family Injwr I1EHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 0 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 50 I IDEAS Four TliliiRH Pour llihiRi n innu mini IMMI to ilo U In would nuke lilt nroril Irnr Tn Think without mnliirioii i harly TI1II1V1 < III fellow linli lmrrvly TII not from liouot inotlvrn purely 1n irii < i In Uuil nnil liiHVin Mcnmy Brlifliil liTho irretitiwt Miami ever Hindu for civilization wax the iikMim < l KeliKion in tn love your broth letti > r tlinn your IIIIHUICHI June Put up Himill fruitN this mouth they will come III well for winter line Your Hiirrouiidin rounl for VITI little your clmrmlcr couiitn fora goal deul Take Notice WKKKIA 1iuvrn MKKTINO Urtli Church Kriiliiy 7SO p in HnpliNt Church TInirHiliiy 70 piu Sttfind Churc...

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 June 1901

SUFFRAGE SCHEMES Two Introduced In Alntmra Conitl tutlnnnl Convention In Srn don at SlontKoiuerr Montgomery Ala June 4 Among the suffrage schemes Introduced III the constitutional convention Mon day was ono by Mr Tonkin of Wit cox which provides that the voter must read and write or understand the constitution pax taxes on 1011 worth of property or have fought in a war or been descended from n soldier It provides however that un cxslnvu of good character can he put on the roll although he fills none of the other requirements Another suffrage scheme offered by Mr White of Jefferson provides n poll lax for all voters under 15 am lets in all old soldiers After 1910 ar educational qualification Is added n disfranchises vagrants pamblers convicts and all who buy or sell votes IN ST PETERSBURG Senator Mrverldire Making Inqnlrlr Into Indnitrlnl and Conimervlal Conditions In UnI St Petersburg June 4United States Senator Albert J Bevcrldpo of Indiana arrived here Monday He was met by Charlem...

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 June 1901

JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAITEK XXXII I 1ADIIIAMS SHOP Id w Jubilant I fell the next morn rug UN I made my way toward LIUIIP I y Court 1 The Thames really secmcil to mo a pure and lucent current 1 begun tll fancy tliat there might In II stray wlillt of ozone fresh air III the brcces of A1llnn old nainu for England What a cheerful clock it wax It mint Htreplu near at hund thai truck seven ut I nut foot upon Pall IIUIIIN steps Whut a blessing to n neighborhood to have a clock no ut terly Incrcduloiu of dolduhlllII1I cloak Hint aald Alls well to the gust liuur and prophesied Alls well to the comlngl comlnglNow No I thought I mint have my wits about me My IniHlnrtui In with Imlllinin thu inechanle not with tadihnm the good Samaritan Mj line nml mind belong to Shorts Cut I elf I must not dash oil Into Imperil men I queries about people tin dwarf may know nothing of muj wish to tell nothing of Keep cool Itlchurd WillIe mind yo...

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 June 1901

ITTHE OITIZENBEREA KYJUNE 6 I01 Who Owns Berea College Many pooplo oven somo who lire in the village of Beroa do not fully understand the aims and workings of this great institution Before tlio Wnr as wo all have heard it was begun or founded John O hay J A R Rogers John HaiiHon and others drew up a eon ablution or agreement that was the beginning of the College This con stitution begins with the words In order In promote the Caunc of Christ All that has teen done by this school h is in Christs immo and for His glory The Constitution goes on to say that the object of tho College shall be to furnish a thorough dutcstnleast all worthy young people at the least visible expense in monelThe founders and all who have smco aid ed thn Institution believed that one of the best ways to promote the cause of Christ was to provide an education for nil who really desired it To give 11 man bread without making him will do the man pay what it is worth mrmmako him lazy and a pauper lint to give a ma...

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