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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 August 1899

V The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Atf INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000. Devoted (o the Interests of (be Home, School, and Farm. I c a Yen. VOL. I. BEHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, 18SO. NO. 11. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, lUHTOIt ana MANAOKK. ruhlfinrd at Dm office of TIIH CITIZHN, Here, Ky. r.nlcrnX al ISi I.tnflc nl Bint. Kf.. " trtovt cfctu HKtll mitter. IDEAS. 1.11. "Mvi l hl own lr. and the nul that run 8 how up n honest and it kindly man, Command, all light, all Influent e, all fair . .VothltiK t him fall early or too late , Outartt iHir anctU are, or sv or III, Our fatal hadnim.jriat walk lir us tlll." Tiik lUimtMiN. 'Tatlen' wlijr 'Us the soul of jace Of all the virtue.. 'tl nearest kin to heaven, It wake, wen lk tike (ixta. The U-st ol men That e'er wore earth atwut liliu, u a sufferer. A kind, meek, patient, helpful, traixiill aplrlt The lint true centleraan that ercr breathed." A wiso parent is not nlwnya saying, . 0,1 l, '"'H'vour children straight, U...

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 August 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. O. rASCO, Keillor nod Minster. IIKUKA, KKWTUCICY KEEP A SONG UP ON DC WAY. Oh, do cloud In mighty heat y An d rain In mighty thick; ' Keep a song op on tie way. An' do water In a rumhlln' On tin bowlders- In dt crick. Keep a song up on do way, y' a bird crcross do road la a-slngln' lak he known! Pat wo peoplo didn't ilaro Kir lo try do rainy air Wld a long upon do way. What's u use. o' glttln' many, 'Ca'se do weather alji' do le'I Keep a song up on do way. Wen do rain Is fallln' ha'tles'; Dey's do longest tlmo to ro": Keep a Fonc up on de way. Dough de plow's a stan'ln' atllt Dey'll tie water fu' demlll, Ilaln mill' romn n well ex run To' do woo. than' wo'k I dene. Keep a sons up on de way. Wy hits nice to hyeah de sliowahs Fallln' down ermong de trees; Keep a song up on de way. Kf do birds don't bothnh 'bout It, Hut go flnnln' lak dey please. Keep a sons up on de way. You don' s'pose I'se (twine to sre Dem ah fowls do mo' dan me? No. suh, I will chase dls frown, An'...

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 August 1899

CUBAN CAPITAL. Kniiiiri;llii?lu llavnna AltnofctHtmniioil On! liy Collector IIIIsh. An American tlomii MrttM In fieri, (loinel-slie Rays Mi lliiimt Klin, Ma j Use. In lllm President 11m (Jinerl HeilUs. Havana, Aii(f. 20.-A Filipino, who liiul llveil Home year In lulus ami n massed it constdrratila, fortune, re cently died, rtml llio cittestlon nrusc n to wlio should take clinrco of the rttnlf. A the man died under Amerlcnn OTerelfiity -tho United State controlling the i'litllpplncs the, courts of Cuba could not denl with the matter and the military authorities refused to act. The re sponsllillttv there foro dcrolrcd upon the llrltlsh consul general, Mr. Lionel Oardcu, who represents the Interest o( American citizen here, and Mr. Car den, will be In In charge of tlio eitnte until the the return of the on of the deceased from Mexico. Owing to the actlrlty of Collector Mi, mu(ri;lln)r, which used to be rampant In the city of Ilavnna, I now stamped out here. Cuba I a kind of I'arudlao 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. — 30 August 1899

BEREA COLLEGE offers Special Training for Home and Business Life The world is finding out in later years that ingenuity in all matters of everyday life can be cultivated as truly by school methods as any other activity of mind or body. In recent years schools for manual training have proved their usefulness, and cooking and sewing schools have found their way all through the country. Heron has not been slack in bringing these new aids to real education into close connection with the Model School. Cooking, sewing, and shop-training have been a distinct part of the grammar school courses for several years. Multi tudes of young women have learned to combine think ing and doing under Mrs. Hill's and Mrs. Putnam's di rection, and the shop and farm have done their share for the young men. Now the College tnkes nn advance step in securing a special teacher of Domestic Science for the young women and enlarging the work of both shop and farm in giving advanced training in both. Courses of st...

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 September 1899

The Citizen. Fan independent WEEKLY SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000, Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 50 c & Year. VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1899. NO. 12. The Citizen T. G. PASCO, r.mtOR and MANAOKH. IMblUhaliltheomreot T1II3 OITIZHN, Korea, Ky. Ettmd at Ikt Pol-afin at Brrm, Ay, u tmnd rlnju mnil-maUer. IDEAS. Fall Term of Boron College opens at 8: 10 A. M. on Wednesday, Sept. 13 one tceek from (onlay Wo hnve watched huudred of young people wlio havo nttonded Bo res Collego and those who havo bocn hero in the all term havo always made tho moit satisfactory progress. If you could giro your child a farm it might bo lost iu a few yarn, hut education cau uovcr bo lost. Aud be idoi, oducatiou will help your boy or girl to maku money and lay up prop erty for themselves. Welcome Boforo our next number npcars, The Citizen will 1m welcoming tho new students. Thoso who havo boon here before know that thoy have good friends i...

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 September 1899

THE CITIZEN. T, 0. FASCO, Editor and Manager. IIKUKA, KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED. Tha thoroughbred call to the block wi led. "Proudly he lifted hi royal head. Tha auctioneer raised his hammer high, And tald to the loafers standing by: "All must be sold, and this Is the last, Ile'a a trifle thin, but they say he's fast. And I guess he'll work; come, what will ha bring? Give us a bid to start the thing!" Doing going; the bidding Is low. Going going; no higher they'll go. doing gone! to John Smith JonesI (A fairish price for this bag of bones) And the thoroughbred colt, with a troubled neigh. By a common farmer was led away. 60 the colt. In whose veins was the king' llcst blood. With a dunghill mate In the stable stood; At plow or cart he tolled all day. And mas fed at night on the poorest hay; Yet he bore up well, as the long years massed. For a thoroughbred horse Is game to the last. Onj summer Sunday he was allowed At pnsture to run with the common crowd. Ills weary limbs he stretched on...

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 September 1899

KEY WEST QUARANTINED. Two Deaths From Yellow Ferer tort for rat Cases UUf mieit-Ik Yell aw Jack at Now Orleane. Jackiosvim.k, FU., Sept, I Com munication with Key Wct by the roi of tlio world lias been cut off by or ders ol Dr. . Y, Porter" txcittlvo of ficer of the Florida state board of licalth, on account of two deatha And aareral esses which hare been diagnos ed aa yellow ferrr. The order was Is sued, Thursday night by Dr. Porter on the report of the existence of the ills rate In Key AYcst from Dr. Charle 1L Sweeting, agent of the boa id at Key We it, and unitary Inspector of the port. Dr. Porter, who left Key Weal one week ago on a brief racatlon, was reached In Vir ginia and left Immediately for Florida, wiring hi orders to quarantine! tho Itland city. Ho will reach Jackson vllle at noon Saturday and will Imme diately leare fur the south, arriving at Key West Sunday afternoon, Mean time no one will be allowed to leare the island until Dr. Porter arrives. The dead are Dennis Ka...

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 September 1899

BEREA COLLEGE offers Special Training for Home and Business Life The world is rinding out in later years that ingenuity in nil matters of everyday life can be cultivated as truly by school methods as any other activity of mind or body. In recent years schools for manual training have proved their usefulness, and cooking and sewing schools have found their way all through the country. Berca has not been slack in bringing these new aids to real education into close connection with the Model School. Cooking, sewing, and shop-training have been a distinct part of the grammar school courses for several years. Multi tudes of young women have learned to combine think ing and doing under Mrs. Hill's and Mrs. Putnam's di rection, and the shop and farm have done their share for the young men. Now the College takes an advance step in securing a special teacher of Domestic Science for the young women and enlarging the work of both shop and farm in giving advanced training in both. Courses of st...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 September 1899

The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000. Devoted to toe Mu&ti of the Home, School, aid Farm. 00 c a Tea VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1899. NO. IS. The Citizen T. O. PASCO, . KtllTOR and MANAflKH. ruMUbe-lat the office of TUB CITIZliN, Ilorea, Ky. Krttrft al Ike Pmlflr, nl limn. AY, OJ weoa.l nnm mnu-maiirr. A Purpose. Oh, be Iraitfut In your pur"), Nerer (alter, nerer fall. Thli thouM be our onlr motto In tli U world, wher rarea prtnll. lie rewilre.1 In acooiapllib Anrthlne; that God command,, The penult will be all tuutlilnt If we'rtalwara In til liatida. Mar the .iirp In our heart. It at lattlng aa the tra, Her a ble lltenliif brl.htly; Tlieraa atrand of mild we tc. 11 jour aim be bleb aa beaten With the Shepherd aa a fulde, II will waft tou aaielr or To the bright ami happy aide. j.j. Farm Sayings. When the gmuo'-hflg mi hi. ihadder on a certain winter ilar. The apring 'II be a bad uir, Jutt look out; An' ef ju...

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 September 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. 0. PASCO, Editor ind atantger. IIKItBA. KENTUCKY MAN-EATING LION& Farther Paris Alinnl Thrlr llnviir Amorist llallronil llallilers In ICaat Africa. Some further facts have been rreclrcd nhont the man-eating Hons which mail such n panic among 1,000 Ind Inn coolie working on the Ugnnd.i railroad n few months ago. It appears that the first time the laborer knew anything nboti lions that make a business of killing men to ent was one day when one cf the brutes, In broad daylight, as th laborers were strung nlong the line with shovels In hand, suddenly sprnn In among them, rrushrd one poor fcl low s skull with a terrible blow of hi paw and maimed another so badly thnt lie could not net nway. Of course, a the horrified workmen took to the! heels nwl raised the alarm at the camp a mile sway. The district enplneerand his asrlstant at once went to the spot but the Hon had disappeared, leaving all of the two Imdicu he could not ea ut one meal. After that an armed guard wask...

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 September 1899

I THEY WILL NOT FIOHT. Hrltlsh Cabin. t lllnlat.r ; lhr Will IU Wo Km tilth In Tniinul-Uiwii VIMolla III Not -rlt I , I)lo!, Sept. 9. -Mr. Montague nunc, Hie consul general of the fiouth African rrpubllo In Ionlon, aalil to a press representative KrliUr ermine "I atiurr jrott on the authority of a cabinet in In atrr that there will be no war with the Transvaal. In fad, the liircn will not permit war. 1 rrcclv.d ft telegram from I'retorla to-day av Miring mo that the Transvaal rovcrn inent iinlto understands the position regarding the peace party In Kngland anil li. In nowlts inlalnl by speeches anil ilcinonatrnllons." l-o.Mxix, Sept, U.-Thc Anglo-Trans vaal slttiat on wore Friday a more peaceful aspect. In addition to the troops from India a brigade of foul b.iltallona of Infantry U under onlcri to atari for Eolith Africa Immediately, one from home and three from Mcdl trrranean stations. The sailing ol the Caitle I.lner Harlech Caatle hai teen canceled and the atcamcr will probably ...

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 September 1899

A Romance in Real Life. After n day's work In llio school room I Ih1 n nomadic life, t liml it jilcasmit to have no jmrtlcular station but to take tip quarters first in one placo nml tlien in another, as enprieo rimy tlietnto. In this wn.v I etui study individuals, their diameter mid customs, from different jioints of viow. During ono of these oxteniK)ro visits, after Inmig snfoly ntui plensnntly domiciled for tlio night, I naked my hostess to toll mo the romance of her lifi. She seemed to ho tthout thirty years of ngo, with lingering traces of her former beauty ns wns shown by her even white teeth, nnd her bhiek hair nnd eyes, the liittor showing a depth of passion nnd nn undiiunted energy of purpose Sho wns this wife of a well to-do "squire", their family consisting of threo boys, bright, in. telligent lnd, two of whom were fav oiito pupils of mine. Haviug touched on the minor do tnils of childhood, ancestry, etc., in re gard to her romance, she said, "A big lueuting wuz to commen...

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 September 1899

The Citizen SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000, Deroted lo (be Interests of the Home, School, and Fan. 60 c a Tear VOL. I. HKKKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 18i0. NO. 14. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, K1HTOH anil MANAOKIL liibliihH ! the otn nt TIIK OITIZHN, Herew, Ky. Mml at the futlDffln nt AVrm, AY, at arroaif rhut maflinatltr. OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side. Reading is a great thine, but it makes a big difference what you read. Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every talc of crime or horror, but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh bors everywhere. For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson; for house wives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors; for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the best ideas ...

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 September 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. a. TASCO, Editor and Itanater. IIEIIBA, KKWTUCKY MISSOURI FLOOD OF 1844. flarprlslnar C'onillllnnii nernlled by the Itecent tilling nf the Dmoi Hirer. The flood of the llriuot river In Texas vns without precedent for that local ity. It till puzzles the government meteorologists, nml thry c-nn only ac count for it by mostunusiml conditions of rainfall. The (net Is Interesting to recall that n similar surprise occurred in the Missouri vnlley over half n crn tnry ago. Am "the great Hood of 1844 it has a place In the local hltory. From the earliest Indian tradition to the present time that stnmla as the grcnt- est flood of the lower Missouri. I here had been nothing to compare with It be fore. There has been nothing like it since. In the records of the govern mcnt weather service three data about the flood of 1844 are preserved: "The stage reached on the present scale of river mens urnirnt was 37 feet on June 20 at Kansas City, Ifi feet above the danger line. At lloonevl...

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 September 1899

Iff 4, THE VANDERBILT FUNERAL. lirt ftartlrra at the Fir h At. no. Man- ln framled lit simile I'uli In t'enamonlas at tha tliareti. Nk.w VoriK, Sept. Ift. Funeral scrr Icrs werq liclil orer the remain ol Cornelius Vnntlcrbllt, son of Win. II. Vnn.lerlillt, wlioillett suddenly nt lili Fifth nrcnuo mansion. New VorW, Krptrinhrr 14 of cerebral hctnorrhnpr, Krlilajr afternoon In 8t. Ilartliolotnew't Kplaeupal vhurclL Tha church funef nl wa preceded by ahort exer cises nt the house, to which only member of the family and cloe friends were admit lcL Her. Dr. I)ald II. Irrcr, rector of St. Ilarlholotncw'a, of flclntril at both aerrlce. From the liouse to the church the funeral parly Included Mr. Vamlrrbllt, herchlldrcn. Cornelius Olnilyt, ItcifinalJ and Mr. Harry I'ayno Whitney; Wm. K' Kred erlcU and decree Vanderhllt, brother of the dead mnn; Klllot V. Shepard, Mr. and Mr. W. I). Sloane and their two children and Mr. McKay Toonf tlcy. At the church the casket wa pre rnled down tha aisle b...

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 September 1899

4-. In the Old World. Editor The Cimrs: During (ho past fivo months I hnve had the privilege, long looked forward to, of traveling ovor a good part of tho Old World, and I should like to givo to my friends, your readers, a very brief sketch of my good luck. JtiHt as ono can learn a great deal a loiit a man bv readmit his letters and seeing his picture, yet can not know him real well without seeing him face to faco, so wo can get n very good idea of tho foreign parts of tho world j from geographies and books of trnvol, j yet to go to the places themselves is much better. So if I wero to talk ov er so long, I could not make you see the hundreds of mountains and towns and great buildings and statues which I can see just as plainly with memory's eye as tho Berea student can sco Lincoln Hall and the Chapel when he is away on his summer vaca tion. If you take your map of Europe and begin at Antwerp in Belgium, you can follow my trip as I went south to Brussels, ncross the corner of Hollan...

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 September 1899

The Citizen. 1 SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000, Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 60 c a Yew VOL. I. UKRHA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1899. NO. 15. t4 The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, MIITOlt and MANAOKIt. 1'uMMird at the nlflre of Till: OITIZI2N, Iloreu, Ky. i'uferol at the IWI at Brren, Ay, iu annail Hnti mati'mntttr. OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side. Reading is a great thing, but it makes a big difference what you read. The Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every tale of crime or horror, but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh bors everywhere. For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson; for house wives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors; for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get...

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 September 1899

AN IDOL OF CLAY. What dii Mi (Ire for her wedding-ring-? All that a wckimd mar! Whait did the clta to the slrtr hrlnxT Only an Idol of clay. Alt h inert dream of her girlhood rears, All that a heart could hold: All of hr hope and all of h- fears; Alt of her smiles and alt of her trars, rot one little circle of a-ohl. Told ht T,t world of the hitter citt1 Ah. nil With a mUlr.c face in clj'.hat krr Idol from head to feet WKk he t-armerrt of her arace. Ant no on knew of the tear ahe wept: Ittr frltfa thejr were never jruetsed. For hid In her hrart of hearts s-he kept Her thorna of woe. And la ahe alert With her handa across her breast. -Nixon Waterman. In L. A. W. tlullettn. (Copyright, itgj. by D. Appleton & Co, All rights reserved.) CHAPTER III. HUE. D'ENTItANClUES. Walking down the Via Sun Dominico, 1 turnel to the right liy the ISoi-rci iti San Vito, and here I va n-cnenitcd and liootcd. Pressing hurriedly lot wards, and aided op portunely by the wi;e of a body of men at arms, ...

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 September 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. Q. I'ASCO, Kdltor iml Mm.r-r. IH-.KEA, : : s KKNTUCKV. KKiWH BY A SKULL CHIP. Odd Krperlrnre of a Medical Mlaslsi rn.tr with t'nrlTltlied fc Null African, "Probably the oddest case within my experience was that of Impute, who made himself known to me through the use ot a detached piece of his own ikull," laid a mcillcnl missionary on furlough from hit work among the heathen. "One morning I went out to look orer the ipeclmeni of rent or fan tlctl Injury which were awaiting treat mrnt. There was pretty nearly erery kind or tropical illicnsc In the outfit from aore Angrr to dropsy, Mont of the patient were well known to me, but among them wa one man whose face nu unfamiliar, and who seemed to belong to a different tribe. Aa I topped at hi place he leapnl to hli feet in actively ai a rat, anil from no me where In III scanty apparel dug up or, object which he promptly handed to mr. it waa a circular piece of human Wull aa big around m a dollar, and i cry nearly ns thick. ...

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 September 1899

4- GOOD CITIZENSHIP. Aildrmbjr linn. Wm.ll.Hmltli tn Lllrrarj HwlctlM, llrm Oollrg, Jnnt.lfW. I am hero to-night to spenk to you ou good citizenship. What makes n CI citizen! A good citizen, friends, of nil, is n man who olxjs tho law. No man can bo a good citizen and violato tho law. No man can bo a law breaker nnd a good citizen. As wo look about wo cnn seo who nru good citizens. Who arc they! Thoy aro tho men that olwy tho law. Hut that is not nil. Tho obeying of tho law will not mako you n good citizen. You can treat your neighbors kindly and Iks honest and livo to bo 90 years of nge, and yet not fill yp tho raoasuro of good citizonship. You must not only obey tho law but you must uphold th t law. You must help enforce tho law. A man horo in your town sees n crime to-morrow. It wns an outrageous crime. That man goes homo and nits down and thinks cr haps nobody knows this except mysolf. That man is not a good citizen. Go at onco to tho proper authorities and have tho criminal arr...

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