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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 October 1901

THE MARKETS AA KKI1IHTKII KV A II NOUMAN 1 + 0 CINCINNATI O III CATTLE Coniinon Ilifi Iti S27f > 4 lIulchurn11fi CfJ18r ShlpptlrH IW ft rii CALnMChuicoX ft iW 14 Large CoimnonHM tin 1M IIrlsCOnllnon1N fo 500 Fair good Iight665 < 0 UX 1 Iucking616tr fW Slitter Good to choice 2tf ifti llft a Common to fair 125 irj 2125 LAMIIS Good to choicoIr ty 115 Common to fuir200 tt > Jr W n BAT No 2Hed jl UOHN No 2 mixed tiOJ OATHNO 2 3S ft a S IttK No 2 rli Wr i FLOUH Whiter patent UHi W J75 I fancy 295 l0 I 20 a Fnmily28 ft 2IJO MILL KKKD 17Xft IJW HAY No I TilnolhyLth > ft 1125 a No 2 10W 111 a No 1 Clover ur I HI00 No 2 7Mtf SX lltllTBT Springers jwr Ib H Heavy hens 7 Roosters 4 Turkey hens i Spring Turkey S Iurkuya1ucks II Frills Fresh near by 17 I II GCXJMK I I IlltX WIltlll 7 qI No I dry milt 11 f 10 I a Hull fI IJ 74 a Sheep skins 1 I J I i TALLOW Irium city Ii ft 15 I 4 Country 5 VI K 1 i VXL llI medium combing K5 n 17 I Washed long HI W H Till Wivdlixl 22 fJ r I I KCATIIKKS ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 October 1901

THE MARKETS A KM1IK1MI KV I A < i NOKMAN t S U CINCINNATI OCt 11 IATTLK Common Itifi IH J27fi 4 UutchurH liry 485 II Sliipixw JM 11 rjr CALVKN Choice fiOO M 600 5 Largo OimmonU ftJ 400 lious lOIllIllUIIa 7fi frfj fifi I Fair good light RM ft nW 5 IlIck IlK hifi q Ij tlOO SiitKr Good to choice 22ti J7fi S Common to fair 100 d 2W 1 LAMiivatMxl to choicoj2ri < y 410 Coiiinion to fair200 ftf i25 WllKAT So 2 Hwl ill E JOHN No 2 mixod tiOl 4AT Xo i II 88 y as tIn Xu J Wi Ifl fii KIIHIK Winter patent aSfi a7f 1 S fancy 2JS IllJ HW 5 Kamilv LWIQ 2W MIII KKKI 1 1700 j 1JfX MAY No I Timothy IHOO n ISJf Xo a lOWJ 1100 Xo I Clover UM fI 10W No a 7W4j 8X lULTHT lULTHTSpringtrn IMT nl ilItu jijUoofttcrH Turkey hunt 4 Spring Turkey j Duckx tJ hins Kiiwh near by IS S 0 Hint NVit Malted 7t Sl 5 No I ilrytsitlt 11 Ilkto Mull fit I ii 4 Sheep hkhm 111 it W TALLOW lriun city rlt fIJ 11 Countrv It jl rll WOOL UinvftHhtsI medium combing IIIIfJ 17 Viihf long 21 IU IOllf ItlIIS4IIi4I 22 Ill 25 I KKAT...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 October 1901

I 1 THE CITIZEN BEREA KYOCTOBER 24 1901 STAND BY I SCHOOLS THE SUNDAY The dearest thing in the home is of course the children Fathers and mothers devote themselves to the rearing of their sous and daughters but they cannot bring them up in the best way without help from out side The two best helpers undoubt edly are the Sundayschool and the day school I Just at this time of the year cornea the fight to keep the childruu going to the public schools and to keep the Sundayschool moving on In the spring we start out bravely with the Sundayschool and it goes along prosperously through the warm months but when the chill winds of October and November begin to blow with the falling rain and the rise of the streams many a Sundayschool goes out like a lantern in the night 1 Xow what we want to say to fa ther and mothers and all who are interested in Sundayschool work is this we ought to make the greatest 1 possible endeavour to keep the Sun dayschool running through the win I ter months Our c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 October 1901

LfTHE THE CITIZEN BEREA KYOCTOBER 31 1901 I CORRESPONDENCE e FOREST FIRES i I CAUTION So far this fall we have not suffer ed much from Forest Fires Let m all bn on the lookout to prevent any damage in this direction this year Everything is very dry leaves are falling and a very small spark may cause much loss of property and even loss of life if allowed to fall among leaven or stubble Be careful Jackson County Kirby Knob Miss China Hudson is almost well Rev C A VanWinkle preached at the lower church Sunday morning and evening Rev Mr Parker is holding a series of revival meetings at the Baptist Church at Clover Bottom Mr Par ker is a good preacher Misses Nora Eades and Mattie Durham of Doylesville are visiting relatives and friends here The Misses Rose attended Sunday school and church at this place Sun day Molasses making is about over Cane turned out pretty well this year Mr Milton Broughton and family I are back from Panola Miss Martha Click is expected home from McKee some time 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. — 7 November 1901

Rev JOHN DOnWELl Manager will Nlr1 Milt r 6d11r MI C r rrnaldnal 1111 11 tAM Iift mil Iona II y N cI nr IUtJI I THE CITIZEN THE CITIZIN is glad to show n few of th > great army of noble young men who are in earnest to secure im education at Ik ren Some of these i rtaI cart and determined lx > ys will win distinction uw tho years go by We Hindi keep watch of thoir lOgl I r1MM IH the Bert for those who are not to Npiiul their lives as teachers and linvo not the time or menus for the longer counts This coiiri e gives the arts of prac tical life by which IM > ople get on in the world and makes good citizens and good home makers In this course students learn about the his tory and government of their coun try the care of health I physiology and hygiene book keeping letter writing drawing good reading lelo taint gardening and Ixianj sing I lug and other studio Besides these are the special studies rod HOYS I Farm Management nllKIlIuutI I Animal Husbandry Forestry Forestryroil roi...

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 November 1901

= THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY BEREA COLLEGE AND THE NEGRO Thuro luis been so much misumler stuudii > g if not misrepresentation be sides curiosity regarding the position of Bemn College towards people of color that it may be well to give a brief statement of facts First Berea was founded before the Civil War and bad a large at tendance of white students The first colored students were received in 1SG5 The colored constitute a small minority in the school There has never been any occasion for lowering i the standard of scholarship to adapt it to them Second Bereu is not in any way peculiar in this matter On the contrary any school of high grade which excludes the Negro is peculiar Harvard the oldest college in Amer ica admits Negroes Yale which has just celebrated its 1200th anniversary admits Negroes Chicago University the most rapidly growing institution in the United States admits Negroes Columbia the richest institution in the United States admits Negroes The...

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 November 1901

THE MARKETS I As IlllllKtl KV A II NOHMAN kIL CIMINNATI NOV 1 UATTII Common SIrrtl > 17t HutclmrH llrl Iii Shiplrli IW IJ ri ALvlsChuicAX < r 0O IurgaOUunnhJLXu 100 I ion Common 1r < li ril Fiiir Kooil light fifiO ifs rBO I luekiugis dj IiOtl SiiKKt1 tnttoC1101Ce115f 75 Joiiitiion to fiiir Ion III iill LAMIW Good to choiciHjr V 110 Common to fturJdO u 825 iI I WIIKAT No 2 HIII jl II CHUN Xn 2 inixiHl IX OATS No 88 fl as I I UYK Nil 2 W J r i FLOUU Vintor patllilo a11i r Jirl 4 HIIC1IS at JirlI hahlily280jj X Vista FKKI > 17XC t mW HAY No I lilllol 111100 y wr Nil 10fiO W IIO 0 i No I Clover 1Ii0 1 1000 No 2 7LO SOl 1 OOLTNV Springrs Ir lb 7 jlIII ItlKHtlTH 1 TurKiiy hmiN I Spring TurknvK iI IllckNli i CHili Friuli mitr liy Iti OOOSM HltlEU WII Hilltlll 7j kI tit No I dry null 11 III Hull Il t j I IIAit Shpklllli 1 I 75I i i i TALLOW Prim city r lS Oniinlrv Iy 61 1o Umviinhid medium combing r It t I Waning bung I llt 11 1 Tub wiiiliid to rn 21I 1 Fe ATM ens FEATIIEatsO GI...

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 November 1901

THE CITIZEN BEREA KYNOVEMBER 1901 CORRESPONDENCE The Icjrtnntown aright Shade and IivliiB on vurrc pomlenn clime lu too late for publics tlon thU week It will appear nest fltkfd Madison County I nrassficld Received too late for lat week Mr S C Bates whoso illness has been noted in these columns died Saturday night Oct 19 from the effects oCun operation which had been performed in the rain hope of relief The funeral services were conducted by Rev D C Francis and Re T H Broaddus after which his remains were interred in the family 1 burvingground A large circle of friends as well as a most devoted family mourn his loss Stephen C Bates was a Christian gentleman Mr W D Logsdou has returned from Louisville where ho spent several 1 al days selecting his fall stock of mer chandise I chandiseMr Mr J Speed Ogg has sold his farm sawmill and other property I and expects to go to Beattyville toI engage in the drygoods business MrC Parks has bought of Hon j tC R Smith a valuable farm near this pl...

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 November 1901

I Rev JOHN IHUWliLI11anager Wllh 111 hlxr I 1d 1111tH Mur unr rr puud MIS iSrfnnt 111 tM llIftj11rr at Buret hN rlr hrmd drrn UI THE CITIZEN o I POL III A hnulfl PIIIr HKItKA MAWSON UI NI KKNTIVKY THIKSDAY NOVEMBER II IJKI Fifty cents it YearU = V IDEAS Ho who will not when he can may I find that ho cannot when IwOliltl A bigot One who rogatds his own faith as uniuehtionably ht and any other as unreasonable or wicked j one blindly devoted to his own church party belief or opinion I Ilojudiccd intolerant narrow mind ed l llVWir DiitiiHinru TAKE NOTICE SCHOOL TIILHTKJW ATTKSTIOV It is innir business to see that the schiHilhonse is in good repair and fit and fuel provided for the child ren Ifn child catches cold and dis because the schXlhousi > is not made Hi for November weather it will 1 h + pair fllllil lholiner < 1 r Nl11 Itonet lea coming Pictures ten leet square and as bright as sunlight Mr Iten II nail of Chicago will lIlIhlIIH to see what he Ihln seen in extensive travel ...

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 November 1901

THE CITIZEN i I I NewspaperI A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY rspvclal Nolle to Our lp ilprr Thl paper Is on file at the otHcc of The Chi < ugo Inter Ocean loolOSllO Eat Monroe Street hI AgO where our readers will be rourteouilj creeteil who may rare to rail upon The Intel Oeean for n tour of Inspection and tltihtteclni through Iti magnificent building In which cat I be found every mechanical and scientific 1m provcinrnl of the ago In connection with the ntds of H great newspaper It It a rare treat to any one Interested In the lubjecl and thouk be taken advantage of THE BENNETT LECTURES Berea has been specially favored this week Mr IL J Biiiuett of Chicago de livered a series of three lectures in lilt Berea Church house On Sun day night the topic was Egypt the Laud of the Pharaohs on Monday night Yashiugtou Our Federal City on Tuesday night Switzer land the Mountain Republic The lectures were illustrated by the very finest stereopticon views ever exhibit ed in this region in fac...

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 November 1901

THE MARKETS U I IIOIlUI IW A il NO11MAN A 4141 r CINCINNATI Nor 20 UATTLECtltttluuu1r < y 275 I ltulciprNfIi r j 185 Shippers 150 I y 525 CAL IrChuicl500 fr lUX Largo l oiuiuoniX < rI lX Ila1MeOIIIIIIUII8Tdlpb riuri Knir good light r Jri ir rri rlirjSIIICI SIIEEI GtH4l tOChaCO 22r1 275 S Common to fair 125 H 225 l LUlII Goixl Ioclioicli5 IJ 110 I a Common to fair 250 iti IJIX 1 i WHEAT No 2 Hccl jfil 1 pity No 2 mixonl Nmv 150 Iff CA UATINH L 41J < 7 15 i ITENo 2 52 < y IiJ FLODH Winter patent U5 ty 88 O Sholey JX fIJ II1 I I 4 Family 21I < 2i MILL KEEK lytX n i > IOO 1 IIATNn I rimothyiUXw IM25 1 No a 1050 S 11 KJ No I Clovor 1150 it 1000 O2 7iVMj 8X 1 OULTHT uUULTIITSJlrill SJlrill r Ir ItJ i i IIsvv hIIM Ii IiTllrk Turkey IIIIIM 1 Sprint I urkivx s Dllct j Koos KioNh hear hy to II looms HlOM VlHllltK4l 7 SI No I dry milt tit 10 Hull lilti 71 4 Shiop NkIti 10 GII IO TALLOW Iritmt city Ii j IGntutr I 11 rJ WOOL UnwaNliid medium combing W IIJ 17 Va ho4l lon II 2 o ...

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 November 1901

THE CITIZENBEREA KY14 tyFy un I CORRESPONDENCE e I f Clay County I Bright Shade Mr and Mrs Frank Carutn of i Athony arc hero visiting friends I Suvoral of our citizens attended i Circuit Court at Manchester last weekMiss Miss Dora Smith of Gooso Hock i visited friends hero recently Miss Nannie Lunsford has gone to Lnurol County to spend the winter Jones Howard has been ou the nick list Boru to Mr and Mrs Joseph How nrdn sou Rev Vm Cottengim went to hold special services at Red Bird last week 1 Olio person joined tho church Mrs Wright of Manchester was hero on H visit to Mrs Walker recent lv Mrs Nancy Lipps is reported sick from scarlot feerI No more candidates for two vears How good Rockcastle CountyI Livingston Miss Ella May Newlaud visited 1 her cousin MM Merriuiee recently Mr Ballard principal of the school hero attended Circuit Court last week Mrs Laura Jones filled hisI placo in the school during his absence Mrs 15 V Roller was in Louisville shopping last week The Misses Mitche...

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 November 1901

Rev JOHN BOnWELl Manager 1110 Slr1 MHnof Ldnr ludur rIIo ANru sA p eons N Wrn low M + nwnI q0 iIll THE CITIZEN u IdIII A Tonsil Paper I4KHKA MADISON II VI Y KKNTLCKV Mil 1ODAY NOYKMBKIt 2 I 1W > 1 Fifty cents a year NI 2 IDEAS Amity is bettor than animosity 1 WM MlKlSLKV klINIII TIlt Bible in tho most democratic hook in tin world dlIIocrHthI Moasuios of reciprocity no bettor I i tluiii measures of rutuliiitioii WM MfKlSLKV MfKlSLKVllonosty llonosty first then courngo then liniiiiK lust nil trr liutt irn uhtr I KoOSKVKlT KoOSKVKlTYou You ulnytalk through tho Bible t from cover to cover mid nowhere will you lind u lists tliut can bo construed I Into tin neology for tho man who nius against tilt light HOOSKVKIT I 1 TAKE NOTICEI I President Frost will preach nt the I Thomas Srhoolhoiino two miles from I Imiolii on Saturdiiy night nt early lamp light at Uod Hill Suhoolhoiise Iaiinlii Sundny morning at 1 1 oclock and lit Spclw11 iunday afternoon ut 2k1 p in iviMiic 111 IHTNS vii iur II...

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 November 1901

THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper I BEREA KENTUCKY liorlrtl Nolle lo Our Kemlerii Thin paper to on file at the ofllct of Tho Chi ieo Inter Ocen lo ia 110E st Monroe Street hlidgo where our renders will be rourtcouil greeted who flay care to call upon The Inte ocean for A tour of Inspection coil flchtfcclni through Its niBRntfleent building In witch cut be found every merlmnlral end fclentlflc Inr provemrnt of the ago In connection with the teeth of H great newspaper It It a rare tren t to any one Interested In the subject and thouU be taken advantage of THE BENNETT LECTURES Berca has been specially favored this week Mr R J Bennett of Chicago de livered R series of three lectures in the Berea Church house On Sun day night the topic was Egypt the I Laud of the Pharaohs on Monday uight Washington Our Federal City on Tuesday night Switzer land tho Mountain Republic The lectures were illustrated by the very finest itereopticon views ever exhibit ed in this region in fact it would be diihcul...

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 November 1901

THE MARKETS U HKIIIHTEll RV A U NOKMAN A o CINCINNATI Niir w CATTLK Common Ilir IJ 27fi I Butcher llfiM loST > I Shippers 1 Mifij nJfi i CALVE Choiei fIJO tfi bX Largo l OIllIllUIIIOO j IX Hoos Common 1 M < I riar 0 Fair good light 525 f1 nifi I hurking hlr II riir I IIIEEI Good tochoico 225 < I < 27f SOIIflhIiI to fair I2r it 225 LUlls Good to choico ll5 < a > 110 I I Common to fair2r0 IO > i WHEAT No 1 HelL H j COIIN No 2 iiiixiHJ Now tJO u tH 1 UATiNKi lll < L Ir i Un No J Iil y tiJ FLOOH Winter IlIlulIl 815 n > 3k ItrIlIlC aOOfr a2fi Family 2I5 fr 1 270 MILL lEI 1 JIX If t 21 00 1 HAT No I Timothy I3 Xfri IHJ5 4No 2 10f0 fJ 1100 0n I Jlovnr UOtft 1000 0u 2 7Myi SX OOLTKT Springer Ir Ib i 1 HeiiVV lieu fj IITurk Itirkty heuH 7 Spring ImkiV S Ducks o Koos Fn < sh iivnr by 22 OOOHO 11iiaWt r alti < d 7J ft Sl I No 1 dry Halt II lk 10 i S Mull 5e 7j 0 Sheep hkins 10 jl Wl TALLOW Irimtt city fit f a Country It 4t f WOOL Unwashed medium combing 10 flj ...

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 November 1901

THE CITIZEN BEREA KYNOVEMBER 21 1901 Jackson County Sundayschool Convention The Jackson County Sunday school Convention met in McKee Sntuidny Nov B The Sunday schools from nil parts of the County i were well represented Mr C A 1 Vnu Winkle called tho mooting toj jnler The order of exorcises was xsR follows devotional service led I IY Rev S Smith song by McKee Qua j let Address of Welcome which was cordial iu the extreme was delivered by our elever superintendent M r Go C Moore response by Mr1 Allen Powell song by Kirby Knob Quartet Mr C A VanWinkle was1 then made Chairman of the come tion and Mrs Fauuio M Colyer Sec I retary Miss Mary J Baker read a i paper on Primary Work solo by Secretary Will C Gamble of Berea1 Kt v Jas Baker gave a brief but ini ture ting talk on a Godless Child i hood song by McKee Quartet My item Superintendent by Mr has Click Iilr Ideal Secretary by Mr John McIntosh Rev It H i Hogan of tho Biblo Institute of Chi sago spoke of thoSpiritual Prepara I lion ot te...

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 November 1901

1 1t Kcv JOHN DODWELL Manager With Mtivng HtNlT of Kdllom Mini Cur r quodeut IoU ref < d hi Imtofflet ut llnra Ay ru irroml dan intMmatter r rwtUanaferTHE CITIZEN r IVOl III A Family taper UKKtiA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 1901 Fifty cents a year NO l3I T IDEAS Knowledge IH u sure foundation Tim limn who knows gets to be + tllfe limn who does I Enter into His gates with thanks giving anti into his courts with t praise ho thankful unto Him and bless lids unuo1sl WO 4 l Dr C M Sheldon author of ugd Edaru warn Hlako College Student thus delhies a sermon Anything that puts d + Gods truth into thu hearts of men TAKE NOTICE VIM Kit TKKH O1TNN wm II KV II TIUNKSOIVINO TOUAY Thursday with union minting in Heron Church house Preaching by Brother Herron affray 0 Conn and give thanks to God GodEXIIIIIITION EXIIIIIITION or Muoic lillARTmst Monday night Deo 2 A very rare treat for all and frwi for all Citizens are cordially invited Head thu u Facts on hint page Her Hanling H...

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 November 1901

THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY Special Notice to Our Hater This paper It on tile at the ofllcc of Tho Chi f8g0 Inter Ocean 106108110 East Monroe Street Chicago where our readers will be courteously greeted who mar care to call upon The Inter R Ocean for a lour of Inspection and slghteecing through its magnificent building lu which can Ve found every mechanical and scientific Im provement of the age In connection with the needs of a great newspaper It Is a rare treat to any one Interested In the subject and should b taken advantage of Be On The Winning Side It has sometimes been said that there was ono slight objection to at tending Berea It is acknowledged that Berea offers the best instruction and the lowest prices and is attended by the best class of students as a whole But some people still say Will it not hurt us to attend a school where colored students are admitted t admittedWe We are ready to meet that question squarely In the first place hundreds of the beat y...

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 November 1901

THE MARKETS I I A > HllUllTMl It i A O NOHMAN A + n i iMflNNATI Nov ft OATTLK Common r165 f i7fi I II ButchurS 110 m 175 II shippers iwxtjj njr CALVES ChoicM 100 < y IW tI Largo Cumin lIIaoo ttJ ilr 0 I HCHIS Common it 50 < y < nar Fnir good light fijr tg6rlfi i 1ackiugi8O < i ntX SUltrOood to choice UJfi IJ 21ft Common ID fiiir l2r Cli 22li LAMBS Good to choice H W M 115 j Common to fnir2fd1u alXlI VII ATNo 2 Red 77 I JOHN No 2 mixed New Ij < a 1i1 OATH No 2 MJ S 16 F ltTENo J 62 W 63 j FLOUR Winter patent JU5 Ii 80 I hulcy815 I 310 Fmuily JDM 280 MILlleu1X K 2100 I HAY No 11iutolhy1300 i 1326 No 2 10600 1100 1 No I Jlovur UOttj 1000 I No2 7Mlft 800 8001 OUITRT Springers M > rlb 6 Heavy huns r 6I I Roasters 3 I Turkey henn 6 i 7IDucks I Ducks U I EalusFresh near by 21 j n 000I I I HIUM Wet salted n < ij 81 No 1 dryalt U VJ 10 i Bull 6 i 19 7j 1 Sheepskins 40 tjj M < TALLOW Prime city 6rGr Couutry 11 Q rli WOOL Unwashed i medium combing 16 17 I Washed long...

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 November 1901

f1 4 THE C1TIZENBEREA KYNOVEMBER 28 1901 I Ir + I I II PiTIIII IrI I IoIvnl1 an Mural PhlloOOII 1M w f f > J I IHsIII i A M I olial I1tWIlrrwk S C MASON M8 H irk u ure Forestry I MILES E MARSH A B I Fiiiclptl or Academy Latin J W bINSMOKK Dean of Normal Devt Art nf Ttnrhlni I OWAI D Ml KKAY JOSE AM BD I Irol uf Ulctory AuUtvut In Philosophy ARL1KD U WEEKS A B AcUag rrofcuwr of E glUh YI THE DISTINCTION OF BEREAS NORMAL WORK It can be said without contradic tion that Berea has the most thorough ough and wollndapted training I rei teachers that is offered anywhere in this region Tho high quality of tho instruction is shown by the names of the teachers And the feature of practice teaching is one in which i Berea stands preeminent in the I South The course is so arranged th atIt every term counts for something defi > nito If you wish a firstclass certificate cate a Stato certificate or a State diploma the straight road is through the Normal Department of Bore a College u I DO YOU ...

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