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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 October 1902

I J THE CITIZEN j i P THE SUNDAY SCHOOL < t LESSON III FOURTH QUARTER INTER Y NATIONAL SERIES OCT 19 Trot or HIP IFinti Joili tl HJO s 5lriiior Yrrer 211 flolilrii Text lrInr1a a by Her n M Hlrurni itCopyrlKht IjK by Amrrlcun Press AMO clutlon I Tlio title of tits lesson IB tilt full of Jericho uiid thu verses iiMlttiiitl are II H lillllVO or unly verses I tO 0 but 1 wUKKLnt nothing Ions than the whole clluthT with n gluueu nt the 11IClllhll cliiuttr and UH connection with thu lircipuiid kHtton In which wo Yaw tIe rf hand of the Lord UlvlilliiK the Jordan I J for Inrut1 to cronn over that all pee Iilo might know und fear Him fur tlulr Bard Iii clmnttT v wo Yet the rite of circumcision and the orillimnce of the IaiwoviT thu one miKuintlvu of death to the llesh no good tliliitf In us nnd the other of ritliiuiitlon by thu blood of thu Ijimh Only thus run thu riiirouch of kin und of thin evil r world bv talon from UM r It In v 12 We read that the munnu ecus tj not Until they bail eat...

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 October 1902

ik THE CITIZEN AN ORDINANCE At a regular meeting of tho Doan ot Trustees of the Town of Deren bold at SE Welchs store in Beroa Ky on Oct 13 1002 on motion nu aye mid nay rote hating been taken J Uurdelte voting yea T J Osborni voting yea S E Welch voting yea 1 nays none the following ordinance was unanimously carried and the ColI lowing notice ordored printed in TIIK CITIZEN in at least threo issues of said paper between this dato and Nov 10 11102 11102Tho Tho Board of Trustees of tho Town of Beiea do ordain aa follows That bids for the salo of the franchise for tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and exchange in I the Town of BereaKy and thousoof streets alleys aveuuesparks squares I and other public places in said Town for that purpose bo advertised for in TUB CITIZEN a newspaper published ill Berea Ky that bids be received for thoi purchase of said franchise right etc at the meeting pleco of said Board of Trustees of tho Town of...

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 October 1902

t REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Kntfrttl at tt foiteflet at Jlerta A rDI itromt elnti mara motter I T c > u THE CITIZEN Dont UseI Spectacles SpectaclesUnless Unless ypu neecf them and if you uso thorn bo aura they fit your need needI I will give thorough examination with the above Vifstriimeut FREE OF CIIAROE which always indicates the correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will toll you so TI Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Berea College Chemi I cal Laboratory I I am prepared to make sanitary 8ndminornl analyses of water San itary analysis determines whether or not water is wfo to drink t E W TODD TODDI I Beroa Ky Chemist I A LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD 1902r Ii rillsrh Train 0 Daily I s Leave Berea11 tiO a in I Arrivo Richnlond1210 am r Arrivo Paris 815 p m I 00l pm II Itllye Leave Bores 122 p m Arrivo Livingston218 pm I IJw Stephens Ticket Agent I Farm for Sale On Scaffold Cane one and a half miles from Conway at the forks j of the...

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 October 1902

i4 r t u t S I w ul I THE CITIZEN 1 II I I CORNERSTONE ORATION Con I I the white mans burden But whatI is the leaven of tho mass we call America 7 What is the force which 1 has made us what we nre7 Tho I Kuroponns seeing nothing so plainly I us tho bar that hinders them declare 1 that wo are unique in our force ener 1 gy and initiative because of the op I portunity they do not possess which i is equality or as we say democracy We too could do and be all things I tho loaders of their masses bay ifc wo had popular liberty To see the fault in this argument raise your eyes 1 + but a little strain thorn not at nil and I look at theso mountains beyond us I where our work of education is butI just beginning Look into tho val leys between yonder beautiful earth and rock heaps and there aeo how far from true it is that all that men need is liberty and equality Hero ill an inland mountain empire part of eight states larger than all Now England Our bravo and proud brothers on those hills have ...

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 October 1902

fl m jijti q JiTJm iU ttPat UJ nIIJil 1 THE CITIZEN I MIE SUNDAY SCHOUl 1 LESSON IV FOURTH QUARTER INTER I NATIONAL SERIES OCT 20 I 4or uf Ikv less Juli sir 0IB I Mrinorr Vrr t > IIIUuldu Tril JuIi ilv 14 Coiiiiiirnlarr Irrpnr rd tty llrv II > l 1I1u I Cupyrlntit 1902 by American Prem Anno elation I An the Lord communJrd MOn 10 the t children of larutl did and they divldtd Itiu land While ut one tlnio there remained yit n very much laud to be iwdHCHueil yet In ijuu tliuv tuo vlonl itnve untu Inrnel till the land which Ho n vuro to give uuto their futherit uiul they t > oHNt > iii < ed It 1itiiI dwelt therein there fulled IIl1tI MUkht of any good tblnir which the Lord hud 11110 I ell unto tho houtw of hrllll1I ciiiuu to IWM The Lord gave them rent tho Lord delivered all their eueiulea Into their band Thtj lA > rd Iud of Urael foucht for Inrael TUfjr had ouly to obediently go tur ward xJII 1 xxl 1315 x li 1 Thou knowt the thin < that the lx > rd mid unto MOM th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1902

A r I i 4J t h THE CITIZEN AN ORDINANCE At n regular mooting of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea hold nt S E Welchs store in Beroa Ky on Oct 13 1002 on motion an njo and nay rote having been taken J Burdotte voting yea T J Osborne voting yoa S E Welch voting yea nays none the following ordinance was unanimously carried and the fol lowing uotico ordored printed in THE 1 CITIZEN in at least throe issues of said paper betwoon this date and Nov 10 1902 1902The The Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea do ordain as follows That bids for the sale of the franchise for tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and exchange in the Town of Berea Ky and the use of streets alleys avenueslparks squares and other public places in said Town for that purpose be advertised for in THE CITIZEN a newspaper published in Berea Ky that bids be received for tho purchase of said franchise rights etc at the meeting place of said Board of Trustees of th...

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 October 1902

rf Jr Ary I 1 r Rf V JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher rnlnttl III tAt p rccontcd elaQ I114UIII4I 1 t 1 s 10 L + t THE CITIZEN 1 L a An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests or THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR IIh VOL IV i A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 110 1902 Fifty cents a year NO In I n1t IDEAS If yon wit + h for content do much and oxpoct littlo IJI It m dcsirahlo + to satisfy othorx but much mow desirable to satisfy ones I I self f A man is often miro that ho Is right bemuse ho in tooMttipid to 806I that ho in wrong lloformlng tint world in like rolling a wheel uphill atop rolling and down coiiRH the wheel I A man continually forgets HO that if ho law not continually loam ho will know loss and less I j Tho only thing which every one can do and the only thing which any ono need do is his duty I FROM THE WIDE WORLDI ruproducet in miniature at Urn St Louis Worlds fair of HKKJ the City of Jerusalem covering ton acres Tho HOIT gtMioralft now...

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 October 1902

f ro < t THE CITIZEN RELIGIOUS THOUGHT S Gems Gleaned from tIe Trnchlnc nf AH Denomination Submission to the divine mind Is es soloist for our personal happiness and future safetyRev George Adams Methodist Brooklyn Klrinriit of Cominniulliijr Iowor In nil things obedience and self IIIJ negation are the elements of com manding power Uev Dr Frank W r f Luce Methodist St Louis 1lnl the pet Gun The gospel gun Is Satans dread and the soul that has the courage to use It will put him to Ulghtltcv Dr Wil liam J lloltzclaw Baptist Atlanta Gu Ilrlnrnliiu From tin Far Country The far country Is never so far away but that the pctiltcut prodigal can find his wpy back from It to the heavenly homestead Hev Dr Frank Do Witt Tulmage Iresbyterlfm Chicago Srtlnir the flood The very best trait one can develop Is the art of seeing only the good the perfect and the true and these are dis cerned from the God standpoint llev E E Mason Spiritualist Brooklyn Oulr Uriurdr POI III I The Christian religion I...

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 October 1902

1 1 THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY rooJ r roor LESSON v FOURTH QUARTER INTER I NATIONAL SERIES NOV 2i rslr the trnpiiiii dehax in I kIIIIirr Vfrr I Jrn Trtt I ryr4N li > HIP llrv U 31 Nlrnnii Cbpjrlfht 1902 by Atwrlnn Prrw A IIonI 1 The jjonl also IIIoko unto Joihua JIow Important unit lion wumUrftil u ftfiitiniQiit but how Illtlo hriil DUO In suit to ilvc to Iii that tin only living and triii Uoil xliould tulk with u niortnl innn should ho ciioiiKh to inukc nil I niurtulH KVI lived mill ciirnmtly imiiilro i r IcupllroM I talking of trivial mattiTN tint not M > i till Lord Ho IUVIT ways anything mi InilMirtant Hear I luiiviiiH mid lvi > Jur 0 wirth tor the Ionl hath spoken Ise I 12 limit xxxll It Joil who ut sundry tlmon and In diver IIIIIIIIHTH MMk In tlnio juixt unto the father by thu prophets hath In these IIIHI days upokeii unto IIH by ills Hon Hoe that I ye nfnso not Hint that 1IllIukllh Hob I 1 L1 xII Mi 3 Kptpk to the children of Israel nay I Ins Appoint out for you cities 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. — 30 October 1902

r fft I THE CITIZEN I l lI AN ORDINANCE 1 At a regular meeting of tho Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea bold at S E Welchs store in Berea Ky on Oct 13 1P02 on motion an aye and nay vote having been taken J Burdette voting yea T J Osborne voting yea S E Welch voting yea nays none tho following ordinance was unanimously carried and the fol Jowing notice ordered printed in THE CITIZEN in at least three issues of said I paper between this date rind Nov 10 1102 f hn Board of j Trustees of the Town of Berea do ordain as follows That bids for the sale of the franchise for tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and exchange in the Town of BeroaKy and the use of streets alleys avenuesparks squares and other public places in said Town for that purpose be advertised for in THE CITIZEN a newspaper published in Berea Ivy that bids be received for the purchase of said franchise right etc at the meeting place of said Board of Trustees of the To...

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 November 1902

i A AREV I REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Entered nl llIe PUll lfkt 111 lItfM Ly cu lttl1l1 clw IIU1llofJlilln I THE CITIZENAn t An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL SO CENTS A YEAR I VOL IVl Family Paper REKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1902 Fifty contH a year NO 20 7 IDEAS InUonco Is power To avoid groat mistaken wo must profit by fulfil OIIOH Learning IH a good aid to thought but a poor substitute for it Mon think littlo or what in said un less tlioy think milch of him who fin ys it If wo guard against all the pofmihil Ities of ill wo cannot mo nil tim probnbilltinH of goall The lew n man fayf of himself tho lend ho ox KMiea himself Few people can bear to ho turned inside out TAKE NOTICE Exhibition by thn Model School in Tabs + rnarie Tuesday night Nov 10 Tho UHiial holday or Christens Concert comes thin year on ClirintnmH evening Dec 21 Homomhor tho date and plan to bo thorn Third month of Full Term begin Wednesday Nov n ...

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 November 1902

i I ff 1 It i THE CITIZEN I i i < WIi RATE DRINKERS THEY ARE RECRUITING SERGEANTS fOR ARMY OF DRUNKARDS r lhe Fnllnty lr Their rllIlIItlIb Ih IiiiKVtl Sump Fnetnlo Ho Cuunlilrreil tiy TliiMn Who lionet of Their Cn Iinclty for llnimr Tin New York American Is contin IUP Its regular publication of striking filiiorlnls on the ilrlnk question In a rwrnt Issue It says Tinso editorial on whisky drinking are not written especially for the man vtlio l > y actual experience knows tho nstilts of excessive ilrlnkln They ifiv written In the hope that they may liMinote snrlous thinking among men t whoso habits are not yet formed that they imiy awaken a keen cense of re siKiiiKihlilty among those who have young men in their charge TiHlay let us timidly discuss the case of the so culled moderate whisky ilrinUtT Of moderate drinkers at least half arc struggling against the UMiiptution to drink excessively Of tti moderate whisky drinkers of those MO I ride themselves on thulr self re rtrnint n ...

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 November 1902

I THE CITIZEN u THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI FOURTH QUARTER INTER I NATIONAL SERIES NOV 9 edit of the lrimiii Jonli ssh MS1 Mvmiir teraea II IUltl11 rlS Juib ail 1C CiiiiuiiriitHrr Irv J t 1 imrril by the II rv I M Sleiirn ICcjijrltiU inn by Anurlnn lteu Aiwciatlon II 15 As for me and my house wo will airve tho Lord Joshua having lived ubuifUrwl and ten years and being ioimvloui that till Ituo had come fur liliu to go till wny of all tlio earth gathered thu tribe of Jurat 1 and romlmUd them Unit nut ono thing had fallid of all mho good thing whloh tliu Ixml hud spoken concerning them chunttc xx lv M xxlll lam Me called for ttiu elders the IteadH of trlbcK tho Judges and olllcern to present themselves liofuro Cod at Slioclieni and then ho ruhearKed unto them the story of Sodn dealing with them and entreated them to four tho Lord unit servo Klin In wlneerlty and truth lulling them that whatever they nielli decide ho wan deterialncd that ho and hU IIOUKO would nerve the lord It WIIM In ...

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 November 1902

e THE CITIZEN = MNNN s LOCAL NNNN1MMN11N AND PERSONAL j l f N1NNNIN NNNNNI BEST BREAD at Bicknell j arils Mrs Nancy Galloway has married Mr Vontcli of Richmond Mrs Henry West and Mrs W C Killy are on the sick list Mrs Frances Glasco has returned from a trip to Beattyville Dr L It Raymond celebrated his 1 Slat birthday on the 30th ult Fresh Graham and New Corn Meal every Saturday at J C Sharps Tho stock at the Racket Store in I Richmond Is fresh and complete 11Uichmond Bogie returned Monday off a three weeks drive with a drummer A good Handsaw for fiOo at the Racket Store Main street Richmond IKy Miss Wtlsh gave the girls in the 1flail a very delightful Halloween party i Miranda Kelly of Rod Lick died t Sunday Burial at Old Red Lick I church Shelf Hardware at bargain prices at tint Racket Store Main Hrcet Rich mond Ky Ci8nius M Coyle formerly well known hero is visiting friends in this vicinity Rev Win Lodwick will hold ser sorjItI Vices at Farristoivn Sunday evening at CM CMBimletto...

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 November 1902

t11 REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Inbred M the lJIjIoJl at lltfffl Ay tU rternid elan lIof1141tr I THE CITIZEN The Horse Will Get Through I moro work with less expenditure of enorgy if his harness is a good fit CostA no more to havo it that wny High Grade and Perfect Fitting Harness is sold hero nt tho price of the badly 0ntatin ill fitting kind that is widely advertised by maU order houses At 1800 wo are Rolling Team Harness that isnt equaled by any sold nnywhore at tho price There isnt a weak 111 place in it 71 T J Moberly I Richmond Ky t + An Independent Weekly Devoted to the y Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR 11VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13 1902FHtr cents a year NO 21 i t J IDEAS 1 of IolntouH life niul poetry nro necessaries I lifeMon Mon do not need now truths NO much an tho will to apply old OUCH The greatest dangers often do tho least Imrin hoi auso they are guarded against with the greatest care j I A limn ...

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 November 1902

T 4 THE CITIZEN CoNTI wED FROM PAGE 1 getherness in life in fellowship in love Tho text embalms the great truth that tho fruit of tho cross is for men associated Gal gave Him up lor its nil ho will freely upI us nil things The Now Testament nome for togetherness is Church No man can truly love himself atone It takes two to make unselfish anil true love Whore one of tho two is helpless then there is love ministering I shall never forgot the touching gentle word of n Leslie county mother as she clasped her very young firstborn babe with the ox pression How can I help having a tender lovo for tho wee little fellow When love looks with pity upon an object that is wayward and undeserv ing that is grace and mercy loving And that is Gods love And upon wayward blind man he has broken a more precious than the alabaster box even tho fragrance and sweetness of heaven when he gave the Christ Tho church ministering unto tho suffering wandering wilful in tho community is like her Lord For tho Chu...

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 November 1902

jr b rn 4 1 JTHE THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VII IOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES NOV 10 TI or the 11miin JuilK II 711 Iliiuiii ITKIII IN ll intilcii TI Im evil 1 IICOUII nil ur > Iriimrrd liy III Ilex II M Slinrnn tO Wrlgbt 1W1 If Anurlran Press Anoriatton 7 And the twopu surd the Lord ull the dHyg of Joshua and nil the duyi of tit tlieUdem So It In ulmj written Jn Josh xxlv 31 stud It seems to be RtVUII ilK II riUSOII for thlll that they bud soon all the urcnt work of the Ionl hut Ilu did for III ruol Rut now wo come to a illnVrtut 1 r story The book of Joshua tells of vie tory in the hUll Thin book tells of kin JudKiiiiiit riiiontiiuet uiid dellvur uiiea Their Din WIIH dUobedlenee In nmkfiiK u leciKUe with the heathen nith IT than ninIv thug the true lad the Cod of Urnul to them The until nln of those who bear the uiiine of fhrUt totluy In that limtMid of Ovlng Kvnunitiil unto Him mid honoring Him they are In league wlUi the world Iyhlg 111 the wicked ono 1 John v 10 Hum ill ...

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 November 1902

V p e pr I IfTHE CITIZEN I I NMNNNINNINIHNNNNIIIHIINNIN 10 U 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL i i M1NN11N1NNNNINNNNLHNNNFresh Fresh Broad at rrostona on Main streetTutor Tutor Dizney is in Hnrlau county in tho interest of the College Master Willnrd Sharp is visiting his grandmother near the Depot Fresh Fish and Oysters every Fri day at Prestons on Main street I Gilbert Wyatt and family left Sat SatI unlay for their Tennessee home Fresh Graham and New Corn Meal every Saturday at J C Sharps BEST BREAD at Bicknell tC Early s Earlyspror Prof C R Raymond was home from a mountain trip in time to cast his vote votePros Pros Frost gavo short addresses in several Richmond churches on Sun day last Mr Burritt Fee on account of ill ness has returned to his home in Clarksburg Ind Mr Perry M Reynolds now of Hamilton Ohio is visiting his old friends in Berea Miss Jennio Hanson came from Yilliainsburg to spend Sunday with Mr and Mrs S G Hanson Uncle John Kirby has been quite sick at his homo for nearly two wee...

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 November 1902

REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Knlrrnl at IV fottoffle o < Serta Ay < u frond elan maUmatltr THE CITIZEN I New Idea Womans Magazine MagazineT 1 liT FtroalrOne One Dollar Dont Use Spectacles Unless you need thorn and if you use them bo Burn thuy fit your noel I will giv o thorough examination FUKEOF ciuum always indicating the correct glasses to use II you dont noel glasses I will tell you so I TI Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler I Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES g Dentist OfficeHcnr Mrs Fishs Millinery Storo i Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in n workmanlike manner at ren sotiablu prices and with dispatch All work guar I untaxed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ttimtr of Main BOIl Colllni street NOTICE I would like to make the aqunint mice of everyone within reach of Born who can canMAKE MAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Plonso send mo your a...

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 November 1902

THE CITIZEN CONDENSED STORIES i i Parson Feared Mr Carnegies Big Bill Was Counterfeit It is related that on the last tour of President Melvinloy in the south pays tho Ies Monies In Lender Andrew Carnegie vrns in the ijfirty and all wore nsked to attend a ne gro church in Thonmsville Ua where a very fervid colored minister I otliciated It is said that whcnorci a lull came in the service the len cons took upa collection hut through hospitable motives avoided passing the box to the white visit ors The old pastor arose tit last and preached n sermon that was al t IU sane time eloquent earnest and ridiculous preaching right at the white folks and his description of the poverty of the church was so impressive that when the deacons passed the contribution boxes around for the third time Mr Car ncrift intercepted one and dropped a lifts dollar bill in the box The old preacher counted their contents When he had finished he placed a handful of small change on one side and n crisp greenback on...

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