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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1903

d I 3 THE CITIZEN I r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FED 1 Tut at tht Irmitii Arta zrll 2UZI dlroutry leerier SM Utl < l < iili > n 11 Arts vll IH Iliiiiiiiinliir Ire n parr hT llrv II 31 Hlrnrnn I ICopyright 1V02 ty American 1rru Auoclitlon 22 SI I found un nltar with Ihls In y ncrlpllon To the Unknown Utxl Whom tlxTvfora yu Ignorantly worship Him dam Clare I unto you The TlioxHiiluiilim persecutors fol lovml the apostles to lUrrii mid Htlrrcil 111 lilt IKOllh IIKIlllINt tlllIU Ml tllllt I fuel wont on to AllidiH Itiivlnc Hllim and Timothy nt llmii Those who conducted Iuul to AthtMiH brought hack wont to SlhiH nod Timothy to follow j quickly which they did While Iuul wtiltitl for them Hitlng the city wholly given to lilolutry ho did lot full to prcuch JiHUn aid the nmirrcctlou In thu nynuKOKUiH mid In till luiirkK UN he had opportunity So they brought him to MIITH hill the ArcopuuiiH and iiHktd him to lull them of thin new doc trine hence ll...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1903

1 1 THE CITIZEN 1NN111111111111 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL I NN1N NNNM N1N111NN1NNN111NN i Norman Frost is on the sick lifot i thin week wcekU I 1V 11 Porter of the Berea bank was in Itichnioiid Tuesday on bnsi I I ness Mrs Ilettio W Graham returned I Friday from a months visit with hei j mother in Now York bringing her son Itouald with her J S Ewen Albert Welch nm it Maggie Norton of Stanton lowell county are spending the week with IIMr and Mrs L W Johnson Mr Alex Burnnm Sr and Mist Maliudn Terril wore married this week at the home ol the brides par j outs Rev T H Heed performed the ceremony Dr John Larry president of Lin coin Memorial University Cumbor laud Gap Teun accompanied by his daughter is spending a few days in Boron BoronJohn I John G Pasco formerly an em I ploys ut the printing otlieo hero but now in the employ of F 0 Scholdin 1wr Columbus 0 is visiting in Bo ron after an absence of four years II F Aulick a former pastor of the Baptist church here but now at tending the Baptis...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1903

n JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly IJAMES p < nnUmaller d al P Utrra u bl IS Av I 1erInterests < u umnaTHE HOME 50 CENTS FARM to A of tho YEAR SCHOOL I 111VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1903 Fifty cents R year NO 13 I tlIDEAS L In winter fowl tho birds Tlicro nro vary fow easy ways to J winy street A promise HIOIII ho made withI caution nnd kept with euro Christs tiino terra largely taken up I 1 hi milking people happy DIIUUMOND I I TAKE NOTICEI iWo hope till children liked tho two 1 colmmiH of hlorios put in last wookH I CITIZEN just for them Thuro will ho I I others Hood Tho services of tho Union church i will bo held noxt Sundny morning in itlioTnbermiclt imttead of at the Inr I Inh House I There will l > o no Collegn lecture next Monday on account ol tho reviv al meetings Rev Howard W 1ojxi I will adilrcHH till HtmloutH nt College I f chapel Sunday night FROM THE WIDE WORLDI t I Andrew Carnogin IIIIH offortxl SJUiO I 000 to To...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1903

1 p I r 1fTHE CITIZEN i n i M 1TE NEW SHIP COMBINE I I MAY PRESERVE THE I WHOLE WORLDS PEACE JII Dy Vice Admiral Lord CHARLES BERESFORD of the British Navy 1 I S NilVml I E of Great Britain never should commit ourselves to i any act likely to irritate any foreign power moro especially the United States i IT IS ONLY RIGHT AND NATURAL THAT AMER ICANS SHOULD HAVE STRONG SUSCEPTIBILITIES i1 AS REGARDS THE MONROE DOCTRINE IF I WERE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES I WOULD UNQUES TIONABLY FIGHT IN SUPPORT OF IT As a British subjeot I do not want to see an acre more added to tho British empire as our imperial responsibilities arc enor mously in excess of our organization for defense There arc many reasons why the two great English speaking nations should forget tho irritations of tho past and come closer together in the > t futureTHE THE GREAT ATLANTIC SHIPPING COMBINE MAKES FOR THE INDIVIDUAL BENEFIT OF BOTH GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES AND A YIT I m NOT HAVE A FARREACH1NG EFFECT ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1903

p I i S 3 THE CITIZEN I I I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FED 0 S Tcot or thi Iron Arli xvlll 111 Mrinoir rrcN flI lanldcii Toil 1 11 III I 1 r < imiMiMilur > Irrpiirril c fftty lift II M Mini rni Copyright IWo by AmrrUin lrew AHHUIIOD fromAthtpii Minns anil Iuine to Corlnlli HU tiNtliiiony wan nut lii vnln nt Athens fur HOIIIO tIt Vo unto him ninl believed Hi did not expect nor nr wo might to expect Unit nil the need will full pit good Mull but wo know d that no labor In thu lonl IH In vnln unil thnt HU word will always ncoo n Irtish HU plensuro I Cor xv M lea Iv 11 Thu church ot Christ IH iiinilo up of un elect number out of nil nn t lions given 11110 huM out of this world by till Father Itev v I ICph I I John xII U vl 1iJ but wo Klve thu i Kopcl lu good faith to every creature for whosoever will uiuy conn1 and wo aim by ull mean to nave womo John ill 10 Iluv xxII 17 I Cor Ix 22 3 1 And found a certain Jew named Auullu born In Iontu Ulvly co...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1903

I r aia2a LI Ia Awai r t d 1THE CITIZEN 11 1 enN nIN 1SS It I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I 111 N11N 11 1 l Miss Edith M Fairchild left last week for Cumberland Gap Tenn Mr A P Settle and wife of Kiel i monil were in Borea over Sunday J 0 C Pace of Now York City rg weekI i Born to Her and Sirs H J Dei thick on Thursday morning a fine boy c boyDr E M Jones tho dentist hn moved to rooms over the printing of lice I liceMr and Mrs James Stephens art now at homo to their friends in the Pasco IIOIIHO ± Mrs James Withers who was err I ill last week is now pronounced out of danger dangerD D J Roberts of Hamilton phic I I in visiting his son and daughters Gee i I Roberts and sisters this week Died on Jan 26 Rosa May thi night months old daughter of Mr and I Mrs J H Kirby of near West Union i Tho editor has received a cabbage I II head weighing ISl pounds It was i raised by Mrs Serena Ogg who I I lives ou the Walnut Meadow pike i jraised Frank Bradley and daughtei 1 Louise of New Haven Conn were I gue...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1903

CvUSo LiLrnryr JAMES M RACER t RACERAn Independent Weekly 1 Editor and PublisherTH CAn Interests Devoted to of the 1 E I I I YEARj SCHOOlrllttrrrl k y i l i VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 190JJ Fifty cents a year NOCl11Il 1 IDEAS I A liltlo praise upsets n littlo mind It in important to observe rules hut it in hardly lens imporinnt to 1m nblo to broak IKID lUve jron liail n klmlncM > liown IAM It Oil Tea not KIll for you alone Pius It mi let It Irnicl down the ymn Ixit It wile another a tears cTill IIM It on TAKE NOTICE Prof DiuHinoro will address the thef visions tho lower division nt 820 pa in III tint Tabornaclo and tho upper division nt 7tO in tho Phi Delta Hall FROM THE WIDE WORLD San Salvador and llonduraH have dndanxl war against Guatemala Tho redemption of Hawaiian mon I ey by Unite I Stales money IIOH bo gunI I KimBulgaria Bulgaria has asked tho aid of tho Powers to stop Turkish military prop nrat ions llratlouoIt It is expected ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1903

t THE CITIZEN THE FRIENDSHIP OF JESUS Br REV H W PorE 0 Would you like to have a personal acquaintance with him as your bent Frond so as to talk with him freely and have him seem real to you as any earthly friend T You can know him in that way if you will for he is willing gr and indeed he has long sought your I acquaintance As one of his friends J lot me tell you some of the advantages of knowing him 1 You will got a better knowledge of yourself It is said that a young prince of Spain had the smallpox in infancy which disfigured His face for life To spare his feelings his parents had I every mirror removed from the palace and the boy grew up thinking that he was very handsome So proud and boastful was he that he became annoying to his companions Final ly one of them carried a mirror into the palace secretly and placed it op posite the door of the princes cham I ber The next morning when he opened the door he saw himself for the first time in his life He never boasted of his beauty ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1903

r T 3 THE CITIZEN I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FEB 15 fa of tlir lrtnm I Car till llll MiMiiur 1rrMC H It < < ililrn IV l Hum lv III Jnmiiiiiilnr Irrpnrril br llrv II M Slriiriii fOopjrlglit 1Iftl lyr Amrrlrin IVfM AiMirlillon t 4 Q Hut lo III lliere In lull one Ooil Ilia 4 4Falher of whom re all tliliiK cud ore III Him and one l ord Jesus IlirlM by odium are nil thing and ma liy Him o Tin Kvvlxod ViTHhui Kiyn In the llrnt part cunivriiliiK the Fntlicr V unto 111111 111111 thu A V innrKln says We for Him Tin ItvvlHod VcrMlon nays In tliu second port cuiict rnliiK the HUll Through vliniii nre nil think mid wu thniiiKh 111111 nit title of the exsoti Chrlsthui Belt Control HIIK 111110J Christ control Mud not seat In the Bjst place n Chrlutlun Is u BlninT who 11I11t boon waHlutl Hiiiictlfltsl and Juntl tied In Immune of the I < orU Jesus liy Ills prwlolm blood the Hilrlt having f cotivliiicil of sin and rivculnl CMirlnt r hl Olll All mirh a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1903

e i l LJTHE THE CITIZEN r i I 0 J I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I iLOCAL The widow Rice Depot street is sicka sickIt L It makes our hearts glad to Eee so many confessing the Lord Jesus be fore men Rev M K Pasco preached at Wal lace chapel for Rev Sturgill Sunday morning last Mrs Magnolia Nunn daughter of Humphrey Hill died Tuesday night after n very brief illness Louis Lester manager of the elec trio light plant at Corbin Ky is here visiting his mother and sisters i I Kelly Walden has decided to locate 1iu Berea and will work with his cous q in J E Dalton at the blacksmithing trade tradeMrs i Mrs D N Welch has so far recov ered from her long illness as to be able to attend church services last f Sunday SundayMr Mr Milton Miller of Nicholasville was here Saturday and Sunday the guest of Messrs Chester Erwin antli William Toomey Miss Lizzio Howard and Goo Eag er left here Friday for Jellico TennI Tt hue they were married at 7 oclock the same evening i Roy H F Aulick will remain in Berea over n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1903

I JAMES M RACERAn H An Independent Weekly Editor and Publisher Unvoted to the Kntrtut ct thf Pelf elan maUnuittrr at Kntn ERTH E CITIZE NAn THE HOME luloreflts FARM of A SCncOLI t 60 CENTS A VEARI jYO IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY III 1001 Fifty ofiitfl a year NO 3II IDEAS 1 I Trip help to mivo from tumbles I It is butter to tot H good example huii to follow H bad ono Soino mens vinlom overflown hoe Iliiidu their capacity is small Tliu jjront htiHiuoss of each genera lion ill to hula and provide for tho I noxlFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD The London Vegetarian AKHOcihtion ill feuding nIXX children A1i1iOcihli01i1 throocourso one penny innorn Tho npjoml court ul Dresden has KrnntiHl Grown 1rinco Frederick of I Snxony H divorce from Princess I Louise vlio oloped with M Oiron I Thu hlamo in otlicinlly placed on tlio IrinclIIII PrincesProtocols Protocols hnvo boon signed by the aural lowers England Germany and Italy and Iho blockading voxsolH hnvo Htiiimiu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1903

Ift 11J J j tH + Ii + 1T + + of of I of r + of N + + + + o1 + + + he Boy Giant Goes Skating on Thin Ice I S t L Copyright 1901 by Cnrollr We erell If F4aM97I r iAh Grim longed to learn low to skate I But Jack said With Ice In this state iBut Now wait till I find t J A pond to my mind For you are a terrible weight SFor But Grim did not heed as he should He made himself big skates of wood i And stole to the pond I The town Just beyond + Oer which skimmed the whole neighborhood 4 roAnd rashly Ah Grim skated out + The crowd gave a horrified shout + IAnd + The Ice It was thin + And all tumbled inp IDisturbing some somnolent trout i IThe tAnd there had been drowning twas clear t Had not Grim though trembling with fear I Helped all to escape + + Though awful the scrape + iWhen Jack of the thing chanced to hear t 4 How nlil the KICK Get Tlieref TheretI I Steep an egg in vinegar for some time when the shell will become per perj put Into a very small necked bottle It water be afterward poured...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1903

L THE CITIZEN 5i I r THE SUNDA SCHOOL LESSON VIII FinST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FED 22 rsl nf Hit Ipmini I Cur slll11 ur > rmrn 1111 lolilin IV I I Iur illl III ei IIIlIr IriiuiriMl hj ItrV II SI Mlrtirim I Copyright 1102 lij Amrrlrin Irtn Awoctitlon 13 Though I I oiik with the tongues ot mm ami of angels and Imve not love I am lircottin nil aoundliiK brnim or u tin kllni cymbal In tlio next two vorxcx ho wiy that 110 mntincr of tcxtlinony or wrvko iiiiioinitM to nnylliliiK ujiiirt from love AH love anil not chnrlly IH tlm I iroHT vonl mill It IK fo IniiiKlmnl III tin II V wo will IIKI > It through thlx kDMiii JlitrM llrnt throo vtwiM IIIhtht III Niiiiiiiiurlzcil iiHlovt vermin iropli LrtltH tOIIKUCH kllUlVllHlKI fllltll OOllH cti unit ttiu wholo HuiiitiT might In cnllril lovo eontniHtrd analyzed tie fiMiilcil It III Mild to bo tlio only chilli tor In nil PflulH ppltttliH Hint mite nut mention Jcunn In uiu or other of Ills lltloH lint It IH II portrait HO wonderful that ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1903

T fl I THE CITIZEN I r n = t LOCAL AND PERSONAL I I t I Rev U P Aulick has gone to De Mossville for a week before returning LouilvilleI I LouisvilleBorn d Born to Mr and Mrs E H Huyos on Thursday morning Feb 12 a fine tenpound baby boy Mrs A T Fish and daughter Ad die were among the visitors in Rich mond on Friday last Malcolm Miller and Dan Breck I camo over from our county seat on business Saturday Baptism will be administered at the Tabernacle next Sunday at 3 oclock t p m by Rev G A Burgess P M Pope of Richmond was in IP last Thursday on business and il9registered at the Central Hotel Mrs Wm G Frost attended the Y M C A State Convention at Lex i ington returning Saturday Prof H M Jones will address the student body Sunday night on the Isubject What I saw at Tuskegeo Rev Howard W Pope went Trom hero to Kirksville Mo where he will conduct a series of union revival meet I ings Samuel Day and C F Jennings I subscribers for THE CITIZEN from Wallaceton paid a visit to this office Satu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1903

1 f 1J MES M RACER An Independent eekl e Weekly Editor and Publisher THEDevoted to of tho ITIZEN THE HOME FARM SCHOOL Katmil at tht Portofflct clou mallmalltr al Ham ly nt uemil 50 CENTS A YEAR I IIVOL 1II VOL IV A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 190t Fifty cents a Tear NO 36 I IDEAS Nothing grunt was ever achieved without eiitliiiniumiilCjiKHsON 4 t Keligion may bo learned on Sun 1day but it iH lived ill tilt week days work He wIMeyM there in no ouch thing I c UN uu honest nmn you may be sure in liiiiiHtlf u knave lhHKnKY It in ono thing to wish to have truth on our hide and anot her thing to wish to boon Ibo aide of truth WIUTEIA FROM THE WIDE WORLD Lent began yesterday Turkey will send reenforcements to Salonica SalonicaGermany cAplllrl1II I gunboat Hostatirador to the Vuuu zit dami nuthoritiod at Puerto Cabollo Dr Haiti Aronsou of Berlin Germany has discovered a serum I which promises to destroy scarlet fey er germs gerniHAustria Austria and Russi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1903

i THE CITIZEN I I i C GENTLEMAN OF II THE MASTERFUL WALL STREET AND BROAD Presldcrtf f of the American Bankcrs Association J 10 MAIMING ARE SUITABLE TO PROFITABLE 1 XD COM PORTABLE OCCUPATION BY AMERICAN CITIZENS UXDEU EXISTING ECONOMIC PHVSICAL AXD SO I CAL CONDITIONS Every secretary of the interior for f I twentyfive years past has recommended curtailment of tho laud privilege J A VAST MAJORITY OF THE LAND ACQUIRED UNDER THESE FILINGS IS FOR OTHER THAN THE LEGITIMATE PURPOSES OF SETTLEMENT OCCUPATION AND GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY Those who are building up large land holding in the west 4realize that public sentiment is aroused and theyare crowding in every direction to secure title to as much land as possible bey fore congress takes this matter in hand The cream of the peo ples land is being skimmed each year and with less than 100 000000 acres which may be considered as reasonably possible of settlement it can be but a very short time at the present rate of segregation b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1903

I S THE C TIZENJ I i1HE I THE SUNDAY SOHOOL I LESSON IX FIRST QUARTER INTER I NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 1 Test lit till Iu vlf ivlll ai lu ill M Mrinuri Vrrr Juiilru Tell lukr al > II Ciiiminulnrj Irr pnrrd l > y llrv II It ttlmrni Isjtewrlfht IWi tjr American Irrn Aitorlttlon H And a eertalu Jew named Apollo turn ut AlrxunJrlj an rloijuenl man nnil mighty In the Horlpturrn mme to IIi UI UIAfter After 1uulM eluhteeu inuiithx nt Cor I I lit h III Mnrteil for H rill tiikliiK Irli 4 rllln ninl Aitillu with him no fur ut KphcHtiH where hi kft thcin uud wont vn to leriixiileiii ylu CiUKurrn unit thence In Autloeli After Home time be ttlnrtett on din third inli tiimry tour KoliiB tliruiiKli Jnluilu iintl riirwji alfllitlIlIIUI the illridiilex iiml In duo I lluif UN we uluill Hi11 came again to KliiifNUH The one great thliiK MiiUl of I AftolliM whom uc < Uiiliitanie we make lu thU wrap Is that he wan mighty In the Scripture and It It could have been mlded illled with the Spirit there ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1903

1M 411THE CITIZEN t I I N NH I NNHNN + f LOCAL AND PERSONAL I I D N Welch was in Louisville Sat urday on business llal Pointer and his three children all have the measles 1Master Delbert Preston was visiting S his grandmother last week I Aunt Eliza Duusou is feeling quite A well for one of her age She is more than 100 years old Mrs Overstreet of Camp Nelson if here caring for her daughters Bessie ulid Sophia thiough siege of mea sles Rev T It Heed held services at the First Baptist church of Bores i colored Sunday with a good attend ance Mrs Emma Duncan has returned to her home in Cincinnati after a two Fiweeks visit with her aunt Mrs P J PauleyMrs Mrs C L Hanson left today for Celina 0 where she will make aa extended visit with her mother and other relatives and friends I Sunday was Washingtons birthday but according to custom Monday was tconsidered a legal holiday The post office here was closed a portion of the I dayS S E Welch Jr has removed his East End grocery stock to his big...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 March 1903

JAMBS M RACER An Independent Weekly Editor and PublisherDevoted to the I or an u IS er TH E C ITIZEN THE HOME Interests FARM of SCHOOL 4 Kntrrttt at lltt Potlcjflet at Bma Ay at itronil B500ME IIASRM I 1 else mallmalltr 50 CENTS A YEAR i IVOL 1V A Family 1npur BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 5 1903 Fifty cents a year NO HiI I PHOr J W DINSMOIIK A M limn of Normal I xrlintiit of llrrrt Hillrgr Ml I > t III KltcniSotl wutk BEREA COLLEGE NORMAL DEPARTMENT e Thu Normal Department carries two cotirMCH one requiring thriH and tint other four yearn for completion Thu first two yearn are the name iu both courses The finityitsr prepared hlnduiitN fr a first grado certificate All tho branches required aro thor oughly taught from standard text book mipplumuiited by tho teacher All books aro furnished fro in thin jjrinloNormal NorlllllllltlllloutH who rntlllstu from the thaw yean course an prepared to take the examination for a Stato citrtiticato Thopo who graduate from tho long...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 March 1903

IT 1 THE CITIZEN r I FROM THE WIDE WORLD India now has the Bible translated into fiftynine languages Mexicans are terrorstricken by the eruptions of the volcaua Mt Colima t Arrangements are being made to I erect it Shakespeare memorial in Get 5 wanyI manyTho 1 Tho Russian government will take steps to relieve the famine sufferers ttin Finland 1 It is believed by thoso in the best position to know that there will be war between Russia and Turkey in I thfl spring The Hebrew manuscript of the first five books of the Bible just found in foundtarry Syria is 165 jears older than any i heretofore found d President Francis of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to be held at St Louis Monext year called on President Loubet at Paris France in the interest of the exposition An American woman Mrs Douuett daughter of John H Whitehouse of Irvinglon on the Hudson has killed the largest tiger ever killed in India I t IEnglish to a bounty from the I English government for her heroic I act I actA A det...

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