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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 August 1902

r REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher toltrtrl III 1M rohlfe III 1IftI Ay I Ute1 loan mna maler THE CITIZEN L L 1 k e P An Independent Weekly Devoted to theII Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR w wI 11 VOL IV A Family Inpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 14 1902 Fifty cents a yearNO B II IDEAS This right enduranco of nllliction o brings blessings Idleness in tlm burial of n living IIIUIJIRUI TAVLOK A farmer who cannot raiso any thing I else never ruiHca much money l The best money making scheme III the old fashioned way of oarning it If n good face is a letter cf nxoni inendatiou a good heart is n letter of irHlit Brtwrn m TAKE NOTICE Dr IturgwM will preach at the Tab rnmclu on Sunday nil ta m Sub ject Tim NIMH of Revival nIl nt 7110 p m a Sterixiptltou Lecture A Great Family which Gal Loved lust twentyseven days and the Fall Term of Beren College opt > tm On Wednesday Si > > tomler 10 him beds of young men and women willI enter tills College...

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 August 1902

M THE CITIZEN THE SU DA Y SCHOOL LESSON VII THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 17 I Toil of the IRRIIII Xuua x 1113 nlld i > io Mrmorr v rRR xt ni Cuiii rn I etl IR 01 3 Cuninirndir Prrimrril liy Itev n ML Stennic lOpyrlght leer by American Press Also I elation JI IMS Ami they first took their journey I ntoortHn < to the commnnJmant of thoI Lord by the hand of Moses IIII tUo tlilnl month of the first you they 111110 to Slniil and on the lire ilhy of tilt tlrst inoutU of the secom year the tabernacle was oreutcti inn ucetilHl by Cal and tilled with 1II1J Jury Ks six 1 xl 17 31 Now Just fifty dnys later the cloud lifted and they Journeyed from Sinai to the wilderness of Iarun In the order tic KcrHictl In this chapter Whether ii tins the tnbernaele and Its erection m the priesthood and the sacrifices or tin Journeying through the wllilernes nothing was done and no step was ink on except as loll commanded or guided liy the pillar of cloud and lire On tin imrt of Moses reed Is...

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 August 1902

I r 1I THE CITIZEN T t 1 A jThis it > a r Home Paper in every HCHBC fill tl16 Nmys R6aOlnol l f 6000 Storl6S r I 1 rot INSTANCUl s We shall soon begin publishing one of the most powerful serials of the day Chattanooga A Tale of the Civil War Full ol Adventure and Romance iI r I e Unless you are a Subscriber you may miss this and many other good things V I Progress In Korea Tho Korenn cimwror rides n LI Ovclo the p wluuo of Seoul in lighted byoiuetncity and IltrnihltJ with oruton and tho public olliciaU got Hwy with public moneys last yerlr to the amount or l conJtlo or iiiilllon yon Thb led the Korean prime iniiiMlor to adopt n very win guliir plan to stop the leaks of the tntiiury The ollkinl whosti cmhez zleinont foots tip to more tlmn 2000 von liull suffer the penalty of death 1Ith11hl8 neUTo Naxv Haven Kegiitor Keenet Manner Jnmos It Koeno is very emphatic in his likes and dislike of men To a friend he u always moat genial but hit glance freeze the tnnn ho dies not like on hi...

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 August 1902

A AI THE CITIZEN FINE OFFER TO STUDENTS Earn Your Incidental Fees Wo have arranged with tho Colltge to give a rebate of Incidental a111 Hospital Fees as a premium for now subscribers to THE CITIZEN For IH Subscribers 375 on fees 11l lTf 21 fi75 rr rr 27 1 J7r i n Tim suhcribers must be now one persons not now taking THE CITIZEN uud cash subscribers Go to work at once and you can easily earn your incidental and hoe pital fees for the fall or wintor torm Send in tho names and addresses plainly written as fast as you get them daft wait until you get the I full number but send right along I Wo will give you full credit for allI names and when you come to eute school we will give you an order Cor nil you have done on Treasurer OsI bourn Get your friends to help you neI member THE CITIZEN is M cents a year Address John Dodwell Tin CITIZEN I IT NKEIW A TONIC There are times when your liver 4 needs a tonic Dont give purgRI lives that gripe and weaken DeWittt Little Early Risers expel all po...

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 August 1902

REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Ktlrrfit at the Po rOllIIeI thus mallmilter THE CITIZENAn An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR I VOL IV A Family Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1902 Fifty cents a year NO UI IDEAS 1 t Triiu gioatnoss never happens I Tim balllpH of llio soul no iiiaii can fight for another II Applause i H tliu tonic of HUCCOHH When a fellow makes n hit lot him know it in n good round royal way I You can coinillmes hen pretty well into HIM future if yon get tilt right foctm on the post PICK TAKE NOTICE IHOIII Kim oll > r to students on last page mid 8onil for sample copies to use in your cniiViiNH Send now I On Sunday at 11 a in Dr Burgess will pronuh at the Tnlioniacln Sub I ject 1 A many Sided CliriHl and nt 7 30 p in a Stereopticon lecture A Mighty Struggle Juit twentyone days anil tho r Tall Term of Borea Collego opens i On Wednesday September 10 him dreds of young men and women will ...

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 August 1902

r THE CITIZEN DRINK AND THINKING A Illppnnt Qurr Thnt In 1anllr I Anmvrrnl 1e wish to answer seriously n seem ingly flippant inquiry omitting of course the ftlKtinture of the writer says the New Y 5rk Journal Vlll you tell me how I nmhngo to think my most beautiful thinks In drink ilrlnurSome Some men really do their best work under the Inlluenco of drink for this I rottson Drink has weakened their 1nerves and put their constitutions and vitality permanently below par They do their best work when they drink just ax a poor thin abused tired cart horse does his best work when he IB lafthcd with a whip This does not speak well for the whip does t7 It does not prove that the hushing of the horso Is n noble process or the whip tin admirable Instrument It simply proves that It you abuse on unfortu unto creature and render him unlit for work you must abuse him still more to get it little work out of him You think your most beautiful thoughts In drink for various reasons III the brat place ...

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 August 1902

THE CITIZEN a This Ib a r II oils V Paper s In every sense fJ i tr fill the News Glioice Readme storlostG i Itr ItI r fOR INSTANCE We shall soon begin publishing one of the most powerful serials of the day Chattanooga 9 A Tale of tho Civil War x WarI I full 01 All venture and Romance t Unless you are a Subscriber you may miss this and many other good thingsI j otllcrgoodthingsProgress Progress In Korea Tho Korean onineror rides A lit lighted1fs bV oloctrieity and furiiinhod with ejovntoru nnd tjio public otllcMlc gpt away with public money hut your to tho amount otn condo of million yon This led tho Karenn prtnio minister to adopt n very sin tftilnr plan to stop the leaks of the trwiury The ollicial whoio embci zlomont foots up to moro thnn 18000 I thin shall Buffer tho penally of death This makes tho little thieves very ulltheNow Wavcn llegtstor I Keene Manner Jnmos 11 Keona is vary emphatic in his like nml dislike of men To n frfend ho is always moat genial but his glanco freezes ...

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 August 1902

1 y THE CITIZEN FINE OFFER TO STUDENTS Earn Your Incidental Fees Co11eqi 1to giro a rebate of incidental and j Hospital Foes as a premium for nolV subscribers to THE CITIZEN For 15 Subscribers 37f on foes HI 47B 23 H75 27 575 Tliu snhcribers must bo now ones porfloim not now taking THE CITIZEN and cash subscribers Go to work at once and you can easily earn your incidental and hoi petal fees for the fall or winter tern Sond in the names and addresses plainly written us fast as you get them dont wait until you get tin full niiinbor but Bend right along Wo will givo you full credit for all names and when you come to ente school wo will give you an order Cor all yon have done on Treasurer Os bourn Get your friends to help you Re member THE CITIZEN is 60 cents a year Address John Dodwell filE j CITIZEN CITIZENSEND l SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES IT NKKI S A TONIC There are times when your lire needs a tonic Dont give purga lives that gripo and weaken DeWItt Littlo Early Risers expel all poison ...

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 August 1902

REV JOHN DO DWELL Editor and Publisher J1 1lntcl nl 1M Post ogee nl IIntQ dp III cOnti cOntidaIa I THE CITIZEN I SOME 0 F BEREAS ADVAN TAGES School books freo in the Model schools schoolsFreo Free choral instruction 10 profes eels instructors and teachers Finn now athletic field Korea will have n good football tram this year Six fine litorary societies at Keren Come and Jenrn how to speak in pub lic licItomemlxir Itomemlxir each student has n free bath in Colt > tro bathroom onco a week weekAll All College dormitories nro furnish sadand lading washed in College laundry laundryDo Do not forget IJeroa has tho largest nitendhnre of any regular collego in the Stalo StatoBoren Borea has no saloons Her citizens aro all civil Thoy welcomo tho new students Labor conquers nil at Berea Collego the young am might to labor with head and hand Do you wnnt a certificate Remem ber Koreas normal department is sec mum to noun in the Stato 20000 books in Berea College libra ry largest college libra...

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 August 1902

i S Td t 1 THE CITIZEN a I BEREAS NEW TEACHERS And Some Familiar Faces Mr Chas D Lewis late instructor in Mathematics at the Theodore liar rill Institute of Piuoville is one of Bereas new acquisitions Mr Lewis It one of Kentuckys rising young ed ucators n graduate of State College Lexington and a general favorite lIe is a Niagara of enthusiasm and will I bo full in Bereas already able normal department IIu j v DINSMOUE Ivan of Normal Dcpt Art or Teaching Miss Mary E Welsh a Wellesley College graduate is one of Bereas + new teachers Her scholarly attain ments and highchristain character won for her the friendship of Father Rogers one of the founders of the College Miss Welsh is a successful and experienced teacher Her work I in English Greek and Latin has giv en her an enviable reputation lIs 10FFJ1IN A ROBINSON AII Dttiii of Women lrofc or of Mathematics tr1nenPrntcsor Mrs C II Bowman late of Lincoln Memorial University Cumberland Gap Tenn has joined the Berea fac ulty Mrs Bowman is...

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 August 1902

tp THEE CITIZEN L4J WE SUNDAY SCHOOL r LESSON IX THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 3t 1 Frt of the lpnioii Amu xxl lfI ti 3lriimr > Vrmr > ilH Cutilrii Tnl p joliii III It irv Coiiiiiiriitiir Irc pored h > Itrv1r M Minimi ICopyrlcht 190 by American TrtM AMO ciawnJ claJOIIJI Iwml and toek carne tit hem irtouiMra Fists In the story of drat the Cn MiHiilti who dwelt In the south llo penult to luivo rimoiiiliKriil list visit of the j toH suit pos I ly at that tliciu did HOUR talking mid tlinmtiiilinr but now if Is IKI linndfiil of men who have MOiuot It hili wholo tuition Hint he sets iillJironchliiK and In his fully ho tlilnkx io rtwlitt them for liu liiiowM not the I Ixird nor Ills purpose Wlicii Alirani toi lirnt iiiiiio to till limit tin Rimniiltiit were III the laud mill too years hitur WI Maw tlitiu there In lust weeks let r IMIII fluii xII II Num xlll i3i There nri nlHMit tlilrtyolxtit ytmnt hll WI II i > tin tost IWMMHI and thin out fur In lhUptUT XS Wllllll H ...

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 August 1902

THE CITIZEN i Dont Use 1 Spectacles Unless you need them and ir you use them bo euro they fit join ueed I will give thorough examitmUoi with the above instrumont FREE o F CHARGE which always indicates the I correct glasses to use It you don t need glasses I will tell you so I T Ae Robinson I Optician and Jeweler f Main Street Richmond Ky 1TO TO MYFIUKNUS It is with joy I tell what Kodol die for mo I was troubled with my stom uch for several months Upon being advised to use Kodol I did so and words cannot tell the good it has done I mo A neighbor bad dyspepsia BO thai he had tried most everything I told him to use Kodol Words of grab tude have come to me from him be cause I recommended itGeo W strengths s of mind and body depend on the stomach and normal activity of the digestive organs Kodol the great reconstructive tonic cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dys t pepsia Kodol digests any good food you eat Take a dose after meals a For saloby East Drug Co Berea College C...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 September 1902

i k Imv JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Rnlnrtl III 1M JCMlllJl al llrrM Ay III tOftI errs tn111matltr THE CITIZEN n TUB MAIN HOARDING HALL ANOTHER OF llEREVs EKilllEKN llUIIDlNfiS i An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Intereata of THE HOME FARM R SCHOOl 50 CENTS A YEAR w IIVOL IV A Family Pupor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1902 Fifty rents n year NO 111 IDEASi rIDEAS o Spoiwh m silver Hilonco in golden PLATO 1lATOGood Good HillticH ill frequently ntli In I mi I iiornlH It you want n word kept lro > p it En Eviiuirrr I EDIVIIITrIi Till Hovontoonyonr lomnl NOIIIO lllUOfl llfM > H gent dlllUngt1 Illlt till > hivonteeiiji > iirold gill cnn double discount duo I never iniiilo n nnirificA Of thiH wi ought not In talk when wo reinim IHr till gird nacrifi n which lit t1Ndr whn rids IIiN 1 1IIrlI IImllll 1111 high n to give llimiclf for UN IXuw Liv lNlurTot u h TAKE NOTICE Thorn will IIK Gospel hortici nt the Tnltornaclo Sunday night at linlf pant fuvun ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 September 1902

THE CITIZEN SAVE THE CIIIIDllEN STRONG APPEAL MADE TO THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE Truth till Ypniiu Nil nn Ahlr KJI urlnl Writer Tlinl llruiiUruiie In n Illnrimr Pull n lluil ui lrp ruy ruyIiow How should a whisky drinker talk to his sou If lie til Led us lie fools liu would hold up tho Hut brown bottle aid say My boy you know thut I inn tt poor man and have uotliliiK to leave to you or your mother The illrfcrutice be tween myself niul the successful men who have passed mo is this 1 have gone through life with this bottle lu my hand or In my pocket They have not notA A man cornea into the world pre pared to do his share of the worlds work well or 111 as his bralu and his physical strength may decide Of all his qualities the most Important prac tically is balance nays uu editorial in the New York American The whisky in that bottle destroys the Imliinte both mental and physical It substitutes dreaming and foolish Belt cimlldunce fur real effort It pre sents all of lifes problems and duties ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 September 1902

a THE CITIZEN 7 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LBSSON X THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 7 Tevl of for 1fkmiM ItiMil xvlll IISS JliMiiiir Virmen 17111 Inlilrii Ttxl Juliii vl 1IUIIIIIIIIlIlnr Irrimrril h > hew l > II Nlriirnii Copyright IMS by American Im AIM elation t tVlwn thou art coin Into lh < > land which the land thy nod tfvclh HIMI thou limit mil Inirn w olD after the ulnmilnu Ions llf tlllMO IUJOII Ik ron tlio deluge flod wiw that tie wtckiJdnetM of mail was urwtt In the earth old thin every liiinnlnntlon of dial thoughts of his luwrt was only uvit tiiiitlnimlly don vl 1 Ill mar Kin s4I3 tint every linnkMnntlon Hlunl flue nJfw tin ptiriKMtoH nod dislro Aft IT the deluge Mln developed n pill n In tlio descendants of Noah Mud bfcmno ler3 iiiHiilfuMt In tin rebellion iictiliiNt tori of the Itiilwl builder III dUll tllilw Cod willed time from nnion tint lilobitors of Miwo > otmnlii to dwell in M lit nil which Uo iiromlHiil to him mill to lilt Httil forever Unit In tho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 September 1902

THE CITIZEN Dont Use Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use thorn be sure they fit your need needI Twill givo thorough examination with the aliovo instrument FREE OF riiAROE which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont neod glasses 1 will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky WHATS VOlll FICK WOKTII Sometimes a fortune but never if you have a sallow complexion a j tun lieed look moth patches and blofcho on the Hldllall signs of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only Jo cents at East Eud Drug COIf Berea College Chemi cal Laboratory I am prepared to make sanitary and mineral analyses of water San itary analysis determines whether or not water is nafe to drink E W TODD TODDChemist Berea Ky Chemist CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Headstones urns monu ments and marble and gran ite work 6f all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma terial Prices reasonable Only firstc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 September 1902

REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Kulcrfd at lilt Pat ofte at erne Ay ai tttonl tiau mad rnaUtr THE CITIZEN A ItOiD IN NEW JEUSEV face put in good condition before the road Is finally accepted To secure the best results a light dressing of sand or finely broken stone should be applied each spring all loosened stones being first removed This covering will wear down In a few weeks leaving the sur face us smooth and as pleasant to ride over as before The cost of this should not be greater than the cost of work link an ordinary road and when you are doing It you are not putting soil on the surface to make mud when it rains and dust when It is dry The state aid law provides that when a road is improved It becomes there after a state road and is to be kept In repair by the county The expense of such improvement is divided into three parts One part 10 per cent is appor tioned by commissioners among the owners of the property along the road according to the advantage the road is likely ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 September 1902

F THE CITIZEN COST OF RUM HABIT STARTLING FIGURES GATHERED BY A METHODIST PASTOR nat Iriililrin of Puvrrtr Would Vonluli He tiny lr lliniur Truffle VVre Rllnilnnldl Wlmt HIP Xn tliinnl Drink Illll IlPiirmrntii Dr Polemus II Swift pastor of the Wo ley Methodist Episcopal clmrcli speaking on The Cost of the Hum Tmllie nnd tho Returns From It sthlfhe The rum tralllc Is nn enormous business The direct cost to the people or the United States Is the amount of money spoilt for liquors that K for native distilled spirits 500000000 for domestic beer s 175000000 for domes tic wines 50000000 for Imitorted liq uors of all kinds 0000000 total 1 055000000 To this enormous direct cost must be added the larger Indirect cost That has been estimated all the i tray froUi 1000000000 to 1500000 000If If we take the most conservative llpiiros and say that the total cost of the tralllc Is JflOOOOUOOOO we yet lave a sum that Is all but unthinkable If that were saved It would give 100 i per year to each of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 September 1902

F THE CITIZEN I I COST OF POT HABIT STARTLING FIGURcS GATHERED BY I A METHOD ST PASTOR ASTORI text 1rtililem u f Iovrrly Would Vnnlnli lie Sn > It Liquor Traffic Wro Ullnilnnlnl Wlml the Na tional llrlnk Illll ItrprmintB Dr rotomn 11 swift pastor of the Wwtey Mfltkodtot Kplseojuil church tiptakte OH The Cost of the Ruin swipe and the Returns Prom It MIJTho Tho rum trafl c Is an enormous UMiHoss TIll direct cost to the people of tbt United Stnl s Is the amount ef utOHOjr spent for luuorsthat Is for iwtlro distilled spirits V 0000000 for ilomisttf Invr tea 10000 for domes tie wtaos SWlOOlUcXX for ImiMmed liq uors of ill kinds S20000000 total 51 OtitQOQ000 To It Is enormous direct east must IK uddol the larger Indirect cost That lugs IMIII estimated nil the w Ir ft urn SIOOUIK 0000 to 1 theI 09oIf I If we take lh most conservative Jtilt tin tralMr Is = 00000000 we yet i Ilsrartum that h all hut unthinkable I If tIt wre twvt It would Eire SIOO 1110I Ilfr year to ouch f SOOOOUO famllU...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 September 1902

THE CITIZEN TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XI THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 14 Tent of HIP Irauu Drill xss II n Mrmiirr Yrrr 11 Kl llolilrii rrl I Juliii v l Ciiiiiiurnlnr Iriimrrd b > llrv II M Mpiirim Copyright 1903 by American Press ABSO elation Itll Tho word la very nieh unto thee In thy mouth unit in thy heart that Hum I muyrst tlo II I Ho fortHaw that they would wander from llliu and be ncuttercd among oth j IT tuition nod lie here Instruct thiin what to tlo In such n wine dud what lie would do when they returned to Him with the whole heart In tlirao opening verses of our lesson He tells them that the means of their restora Butt did not have to IMS Bought In hcuv ell nor nt the elide of the enrth hut was alwayii nigh them Joel chose them to be u righteous piople Ho Him self being their rlfjhteoutmcn It they wandered from Him Into unrighteous 111l1li there wax no way tor them but to return to Him from whom they wnndijrcd An uncnolnted eye would not nee the death and re...

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