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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1899

t a". (HI The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY j Circulation, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. I c a Tear VOL. I. I1RKKA, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1810. NO. 21. '1 The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, KOITOH ami M A.NAOKIl. 1'ulillalir.l at thr iiRIiv til Till: OITIZHN, Ilcreit, Ky. Kxlrrnt nl llir W ojflrf llrnn, k'y.. wtwml Hiimm milt moVr. The Wide World. CcmiiiiiiiiicMion with I.adysmith !h till cut off, but frequent rumors say tliat Uon. While Iiiim surrendered to the Boors nt Lndysmith. (Ion. .Itibcrt is said to have protested to (Jen. White against tho use of lyddite shells, iih inhuman in wurfnr.t. Operation In tint Philippine an active. Mae Arthur's command hit taken Malfignlriig, severely defeating the iiiiiirgont. Eleven Americans were woiiiiilel. Aguiunldo has issued u prodama tion announcing to his follower that the American Congress will meet in Decemlicr to decide whether "the ini M-rinliMic olicy, and this blood...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1899

THE CITIZEN. T, a. PASCO, IMitor and Mantirer. IIHUKA, KKVTUCKY IN THE NICK OF TIME. The- Illulil Mnn tpprnrs tn lh Crn-til rrils Him nml rlli III Cnrnl runt ) nrr. The lnrl, tenuisicr tins In ibnrinR Ills iirifnrluitiili' horse, vthoh had slipped mill fallen mi tlir tutnoth o luont, nml ii i-rnttil ipiichl.t imthrrril tc offer nihli'c. Angeri-il hecniiM' t lie ilrhcr applied tin- whip hec.nisoif tin turlous met hods stitrercstiil h, ircnttho iinett just wluit id iln In mi rim rgnwy of tin' kind, scleral tut-ti in llii' iiicrcnt. lnir croud lilntnl Unit ll timid In- :i jinoil tliltip tn phe tlie tirntnt turn tcT n touch iif his hum tthlp. All that was nicking- tin ii lender, mil v'len brisk, hushies-liki' iiki ti. nppni'ciitlv t'oliiiucri'iul tratelrr, iu In il 1 rttnril u nppc.trcil Hint tin- j-riu nil I., il ur mm. i nrtiinatcl.v ut this iinincnt Minu'one liml hiiiffiii'il the linn s, the lioto nroM' mill tin1 t -;i in:-1 r luM nu time In hltclilnp up mill ilritiiiir uttnt pursiin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1899

MAFEKING CAPTURED Herlin nml J'niis Kcports Hay That llit! Hocr Foiws Have TnKcii tin; Town. OEM. WHITE HAS A NARROW ESCAPE, TIip Arrlv.il of tlir Nmnl ('iiiitltiirent nt llio Liiil) miiIiIi llalllp Snvoil a Worst' HrllMi Hinntrr. Mciln.n sail I'll lilr.n ILIng rn! Ilnl nf I il;liillh llrffiiiilx Mucks llelng Canilrncleil nn Mirrmiivlliic' Hills llrr l'lririlil let .Mlscl,. i.omio. ,or. i. i nerr nns very little Irrsli Inlcl. lienor .s.ittirilny morn I Hk but il Ik lifllcvril that the )cln!(in Imy route If not nln-aily restored, speedily nil) he, thus giving murker (oniitiiiiilcallou tsith tlic eniK-. 'I'll situation u Mill hopeful. i ur urrouiiis umi conn line to nr rir regarding the fi-lit tn jr un I'ar cpihar's farm only rontlrin it serious nature nml the narron escape lien, White liml. On this )iliit the Muni lug I l remarks: Nothing tel. s Mich n talc of battle n the list of the inutiii When tho missing exceeil the Uilleil, It is almost safe tow rite Mr feat' across the story b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1899

1 ' Story Of Berea College. J I in tho old dnys before the wnr n , grout effort wns mndo to nbolish slnv- oryin Kentucky. Ifonry Clny nnd mrwt nt tlin linat n.wiiiln. slnvolinldors i and nil, woro in fnvor of nWlishing slavery, llut tho other side prevailed, tho state constitution was nmilo more intensely pro-slnvory, nnd tlio movo- mont for ritlding tlio South of Hint grout ovil fnilcd. Then they began to porsocutc the nnti-slavery people. .Ins. O. Birnpy nnd mnny others were constrained to leave the Stnte. Hut them wore some men who would not leave nnd who proposed to the students from the North woro nu exerciso the right of free speech, morons enough to secure excursion j Hetnm f icy .icpmit Among them was General Cassius M.trntes from K)ints ns distnnt as Clove- Hn. for twrV. week Clay or Madison county. Another . land, O., and Chicago, III. ino was John O. Fee, a fearless nnd elo-' scow of the work increases constnnt quent preacher of Bracken county, ly; anil the volume of atte...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 November 1899

The Citizen, SUBSCRIBE TODAY J AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000, Devoted to the Interests of tbe Home, Scbool, and Farm. 60 c a Tear VOL. I. DEUBA, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1899. NO. 22. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, ' KIHTOU mill MAM.Kir.lt. PllMWis.1 at thi office nt Till: OITJ'.HN, Itoren, Ky. IMrmi ml Ikt f 0tf M llrrm, Km , trmiut flAM wl(t awWfr Removal Sale. In order to avoid moving an much of our nlook qh rOsible, which would be considerably damaged 111 thn mm' lag, tho Students' .lob Print will noli any of ita stock ABSOLUTELY AT COST. Thin includcM cnrdlxwrdH, ncratch paper, writing paer in all rilmpcs, onveloj, cut cards, tags, blotting paper, etc., etc. This i a rare chance to lay in n good ntock for joursolf and ncciire Xinas preaeutN that will Im) appreciated for your friendHnt n verj low price. 'Will D. Candee, College Printer. IDEAS. Ood helps those who help thera nelvef. Kverjrthlng that is worth doing is hnrtl at tho begiuning. A man is ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 November 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. 0. PASCO, Editor sad Uans-er. IIEUEA, KKVTUCKY NOVEMBER 1899. E Sir. Men. Tot. Wed. Thur. 1 2 77TT iiiiii li 20 7 22 23 27 28 29 30 JrL toll J. -it 11 ill 2425t 12 19 1 26 It U the opinion of a Ocrm.iti ncu lid that the use of tho ordinary slates by school-children tends to produco short-alghtcdueas. At a subsilu'.o ho recommends pen and InVc or nit artltl elal white slate with blnck pencil. Tlio latter hare been Introduced in tome of the German school. Japanese newspaper are published In llrooklyn, San Francisco and Hono lulu and Japanese magazines nt Sacra mento and Los Angeles. They aro either lithographed or produced by manifolding proces. Japanese jour nalism, at home at well as abroad, fol lows American models in general. Defective flues aro responsible for orcr 11 per cent of the fires and incen diarism is next as a cause. Last year 6,891 incendiary fires occurred. Light nlnp caused 3.40. spontaneous combus tion 1.179, friction in machinery 295. natural gas 01...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 November 1899

3 HE COULDN'T BB BLAMED. Did liver) thins In III I'mver In f. rur I import llul Una Han ltrniiril. I SUpbOet! It Wat It little elieeky," U Ik Will.... . 1.. I I 11 " I , iu inr inn icimiv on In H7.r Miiniin ni me ear, ttu wnat are y going In do hi inch a ester (lit old fellow, In reply, though having no knowledge (if vtltat muni. I jnl up ie courage to tik her band "ii trie murmured yes." Thev eciirialk-mur. .IT'V.i0 V? '" S901' ,urmi ' ,1,J 10 10 eorr t ' ,orlre, 'oun 'nn-perfettlf "I look a l.rarer anil walked In on Mm," ii inuf". "." 'oun """V "n'1 1" lime f- ! I. rV'i WHI decent lenstli of lime ami then taxi I could hare "That waa beautiful lieauliful." .11 lt"i". 'fr.M " J"1.'- ""I . ' ." . " wn,n ' mrotieii w tn him J ft. IU to a.k l.im If he'd lend me 's hundred dollars to net married on. Wasn't no other way, vou knov," t.iu2"l oll!r w''.' "rled the old fellow at he not a new brace for bit back. Ami he loaned it to you 1 1" ih'.'S1'' T'w m down with a doll "ou don t ay I rtei...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 November 1899

Where Love is, there God is also. (Cmitlmiol frrnn NomlT I.) "That's just what I say," remarked tho old womau. "I niynoir hntl seven of thorn, onlj one daughter ii left." And the old woman began to relato where and how Hhe lived with her daughter, and how many grandchil dron she had. "Here," she. says, "my atrongtli is only so-so, and jet 1 have to work. I pity the youiigft'ra my grandchildren- how nieo they are ! No one gives me such a welcome as they do. Aksiatka won't go to any one hut mo. (Little graudmother, dear littlw grandmother, loveliest") and the old woman grow quite scuti metital. "Of courso, it is n childish trick. God bo with him," said she, pointing to tho Iwy. Tho woman was just nbout to lift the bag UX)n her shoulder, wheu tho boy ran up, and says, "Let mo carry it, littlo graudmothei: it is on my way." j The old woman noddod her head, and put the bag on the boy's back, Side by side they both passed along the street. And tho old woman eveu forgot to ask Adam to pay ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 November 1899

The Citizen. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000. DeTOted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 60 c a Tear VOL. I. IJKHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER TA, 1899. NO. 23. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, KlliroH ati.l MANAOKIt. I'ublUlird l lltr iifllce nl Till: OITIKKN, llorea, Ky. Knttrnt at tht W-o! nl Bma, Ky at ttemuh datt maltmatltr. Removal Sale In ordor to avoid moving as much of our stock an ponnible, which would bo considerably (Inninged in tho mov Ibis, the Student' Job Print will hoII nuy of it itock ABSOLUTELY AT COST. Thin included canbboards, scnitcli pnxtr, writing pnjmr In all nhapes, 'tiYt)loKvi, cut card., tag, blotting pax;r, etc., etc. Thin in a rare chanco to lay iu a good ntock for yotirsulf and Hocuro Xniiin presents that will Iki appreciated for jour friwndaat a vory low price. Will D. Canpec, Collrgo Printer. IDEAS. A man who dotWt nad might an woll hnvo uo eyes. "Ho that hnth tradu hath a for tuno." No ninn i lit to b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 November 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. 0. rASCO, Editor and Manner. 1IF.REA, KKVTUCKY Gcxator Clark, of Montana, will build a splendid summer rcsid -rfc In Hawaii. Ha lias larpe InrvVinciil there and says the ellmato Is CoA for a summer home. It has been found that an apparatus lor killing animals with chloroform In England would not work In India, be cause tha high temperature prevented tne concentration of the chloroform sapor, inn mis was tno enmc was proved by tho fact that by placing lea In the vox the animals were readily KlllCd. Mns. JounritT Is rather nn cducai d woman for a Hoer ttouw and as a plrl was remarkable for her musical nero.u- piisnmcni. sue is Known to Have possessed one of the first pianos ever aeen In l'rctoria. She, like her friend. Mrs. Kruger, revels In domesticity and once boasted that she had ohv.ivs cooked her husband's Sunday dinner. Ggonoic Wtndiiah, tho under secre tary of state for war In Great llritaln. though only 3.1 years old. has been in parliament several years and ha...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 November 1899

5 TAKEN AT HIS WORD. Th rorohaeera Complained at aLek of On of the Uleraente IB Ihe Oil. Tht henUjr of terie end forceful speech Is ordinarily in advsntsge, but ecMilousl y man gets hoisted by hu own epigram. A hustling young New Yorker who ?u recently cstabliehed in a branch of the oil business, hid set out to get the patreilge of a certiin firm. The head of tbt concern wi reiucuut to mike a change. "The oil we hive been getting U sot u&' satisfactory," said he, "end I fall to hi why we ihould mike a clungi. Ate then ee any estra inducements rou ran nAest Haw do rou propoie to improve on the old ouI- lljrr "In thlt way," wai the prompt I propose to gire the business my mwtr, nersanal attention. 1 Intend la lilil torn nf m hrslns Into every turret of oil we tend out." The rejoinder pleaied the old gentlemen, end he became t customer. A few months liter the husllinr rotin men, wee obliged to make a jaurnrr, and to his absence, through tome oversight, the ?; uanty 01 on wie allowe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 November 1899

t Ralph Ringwood. A True Story of a Kentucky Ploneor. 1 am a Kentuckian by residence and choice, but a Virginian by birth. The cauie of my first leaving the "Ancient Dominion," and emigrating to Kontuoky, was a jacUsal You tare, but havo a little patience, and I'll soon ahow you how it came to pass. My father, who was one of tho old Virginia families, resided in Richmond. He was a widower, and his domestic affairs were managed by a housekeeper of the old school, such aa used to administer tho concerns of opulent Virginian households. Now it came to pass, during the days of my juvenility, while I wa yet what is termed "an unlucky boy," that a gentleman of our neighbor hood took it into his head that it would be an immense public advant age to introduce a breed of mules, and accordingly imported three jacks to stock the neighborhood. This in a part of thecountry where peoplo cared for nothinc but blooded horses 1 Tho whole matter was a town-talk, and a town-scandal. The worthy amalga ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 November 1899

The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Clrcnlatlon, 1000, Devoted to the Interests or the Home, School, and Farm. I c a Tear VOL. 1. HKWKA, MADISON" COUNTV, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOV EM HE II 2d, I8U. NO. 24. The Citizen t. a. PASCO, t:illT(llt Mini MAN.Wll'.ll. I'iiIiII.IhM it till' nltl of Till: GITI.KN, Iloreu, Ky. Kitlnrt at Hf Wojflcr at Itrmi, Kg . m irrmvl' r'i Mill mnttrr IDEAS. Let uh make TliankHgiviiitf n groat dajr In the nicotii g, hh woll nit In the eating. "1 have little fmlli in tlitliiiigcill imI genliiN," eajH Senator CuhIiiiiiiii K. Davis, of Miiini'Hotii. "I think an j young man ran attain ti'ieewi, and groat nuww, by good,linrd,Ntudious lalwr, not intermittent hiltor, lint roiiHtant, eotiNcientioiiH efTort. The men who have nehieveil miwcMi lire the men who lime worked, read, thought more than was aliHoltitely wceHxary, who have not lHt'ti content willi kuowlodgo Miitiicimit for the prewnt uinst, lint who have nought additional knowledge and .store! i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 November 1899

THE CITIZEN, T. 0. PASCO, Editor and Itanarer. I:KIU:A, KF.VTUCICY Whales nro thick on the t-'c4tlsh coast tills yenr. At dand, In Up "-'ict lands, n shoal of 71 bottle-nosed s.bilc was driven ashore nnd captured in one dny. It w.m the first time in 4 rears that whales had appeared there, though In former times they sltatnlcd frequently. TlIK largest city In the uorld Is t.on- don, which ha a population rq in'.inj the combined population of l'.irK l!or- in, St. rctoniburcr and limn-. lis streets, p aced in a row, vtou.d reach round the world, leaving a lit over lonp enough to reach from h union to fean i-ranclscn. , ALTHOUGH adders are i-o.np.ir.ttl v.-Ij rare in most parts of Kntr.nn.l, th. re are peopio Iinruly past middle aire, w tic remember when they were so ee mmon on the south side of Clapman 'ommoti, London, that it wns ncec:ary ti. rut up a warning to children that it was not safe to play on that spot. Ir has been found that the pain caused by the Mfnjr of nettles Is duo pa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 November 1899

STILL IN HID'NG. l'ml Irnt of Fllfplo Congress Surre n tlcm to the American (irnrral. llio llolitl (Internment I a Thlnf of th i'aat-tleiulisr o( Ihslr Congrats Cup lii',l-lla. Young u Hard Arise III Inaiirgsnt lltninl Manila. Nor. 2.Y lUutUU. prral ili'titof dm Filipino congress, present ed himself to lien. MacArlliur Friday nml formally renounced nil f urthercon tii'rtlon with the Insurrection, lie rrsa one of the Influential Filipinos who hesitated nt the beginning of the war at to which side on which to cut hit his hit lie nil offered n judge hlp of the supremo court, but declined. He now announces that he desire to accept the poiltlon and says the Filipino congress and cabinet are scattered, nerer to reaitembte, Some of the members, he adds, hare returned to their homes, whllo othera arc lining for safety. Many of the congressmen hare rralgned and he be- llctro the Filipino soldiers will Isy down their arm erery where as aoon na they Irani the truth. N AsiiiMiin. Nor. 3 Gen. Ot...

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 November 1899

14- Ralph Ringwood. A Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor. itWfiniAlro nil rM I luiil hnnnl mich stories of tho ro mantic lieniities of Kentucky, of the abundance, of game of nil kinds, mill of the glorious inilecnileut life of tho hunters who ranged itn noble forests, and lived by the rille, that I was as much agog to get ns lys wh0 live in seajorts are to launch them selves among the adventures of the ocean. I frankly (old my father the course of mortification that I had experienc ed, and the fixed determination 1 had made to go from homo. 'And where do you mean to go 7 "To Kentucky." "To Kentucky! nobody there." Why, you know , "No matter: 1 can innke nc- 1 qunintnnces." "And w lint will you do when you get tliero?" "Hunt!" My father ga'o n long, low whistle, and looked in my face with a serio comic expression. I was not far in my teens, ami 10 ib.k o. uK u.. alone for Kentucky, to turn hunter, .eenuMl doubtless the idle prattle of ! , i:.n t i- , . .11- r ..IT ooy. lie nus unit? nu...

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 December 1899

SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000, DtTOttd to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 50 c a Year VOL. I. BEKEA, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER , IP'.W. NO. 25. The Citizen. ,The Citizen t. a. PASCO, KIIITOH mill MANAOKIl. PuMl.linl at the iifflrr n( Till: CITI.EN, Iinreu, Ky. Kulnfl at tkt lliiflet nl ftrmi, Ay. iu trmml- rlnm mullrr, This Issue of the CITIZEN is being aont to many of you who are not yet among our reg ular subscribers. We aim to make the CITIZEN the beat family paper in oentral and eastern Kentucky. It is a paper of Ideao and of News, a paper with special depart ments for the Fireside, the School , and the Farm. The price of this paper is remarkably low, only 5o cents for a year of 52 weeks. We are sure that you will do yoursolf a favor by sending us your subscription at once. Hon. Robert Lincoln, the only surviving son of President Lincoln, Is interested in Beroa College, and promises help on the endowment effort now bein...

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 December 1899

A SONG. Triore' fwrclnfs In ibf lr Whrn I hp mn m low, Ami the rUy llt.Hlictl nn) I nrc. Anil tliPllKlit nlnd.i Mon . Whllr- th uluidonn come nnil R9 Ait Ihf nlfjlit ilotti f lit. Alone the misty niporl.md Urf the curliwt call. There': ft lail' full of irr.iie Whom I InvfJ of orc, Ar.d tho IovpIIkM on Iiit fort FhlntMh rvrrmi'f. Ami I lone n heretofore Kor the nlKht to frill Alont? the misty moorlntitl r.!ii-ri the curlew rail. Pear loves, r.in 1 forcrt TliroiiKli the ftjlnij years Thy faro nmlil the fret Of tliolr pains ami trnr. Nny, my hrar trmi mlit-r jrt Whrn the Merit tlotli fall Alone trip mlty moorlaml r.lirre the -iirIitv rail -Krnc.il A. Not ton. In I'nll Mall Ma -.-.2:10. ICor'HcM, i! t-y P. Arr'-t-u Co. All H:tiu rpimfj 1 1 c!l.ni:i: xv. Tlin OirT OF EATARD. The Ictce latnl snt'ie- little' time D'Atr 1'oio, lio t.tiiilioii' nf the art- f pnin in,: ioiul.intv, Iitriieil ivitli apparent 111 "first to anyot i who 1 hoo to .tiMrcs linn, and sei'ireil to i'oe.i wonderful nipi...

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 December 1899

0 . X "Do II and 5cA to A l( xi .irf i. t .in, disemir.igrj nvith 'fiitt M,toJ. ciUtrh or r'tr'tmuttMn. !.kt IUvJ s SAryir.titU faithfully And rtrsisttiith, aiiJ vim wilt won lutr ,i i"tv. I his in'Jtctne ui cured thou .yrdi of others .mi it noill d,i the ume i it yi-i. r.iiinuuy uktn. MATTER FOR CONGRESS. I'rrllj tilrl tilth I'natlillnii I'alnta Millar it Snuurtliiti llrunrillnu I'nalnur lnnii. "Vra, Irn I'm .rut ,,r,r.. 'i r.'ViM tlir fill tilth il..- ll. . I. mi. .11 ..i, In r ji.k.t Japt, .In- .!...., .1 ,t tin h ih..i markr.l --(tt. ' mi. I lint .1 In. III. I ta-lr'" In- Mi nt .in. in u r li Iti in i.ii llii- lilt! ahrlf in front ..I tin- n in. I .it in. I ViMiirly J'UttilK nit tin- .Unit, p,,k I,. i. ,,f M..r. 'I Wullilrr thl thrv ...n't hair ....t.. Ihtnta in thr ifltir tr a-titF aa t hi il.i in ifr riMij .i.i r antthtnj- ,.kr that I think it wmhM Ir mf-illt i.nr i,. Im im rut. untth nf tamlla in.. r.iit. .r ihiw Mtr j.uu! ttr ttrr.ra. toll ktmn , .111.1 if tvanttil irirtiUF,...

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 December 1899

The Counties. Jackson County. Drip Itock. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Spark will spend Christmas in Tennessee. Our Teachers. In tlin Citizhn of Nov. St li wo made brief references to n part of Bcreu College's faculty nml teachers, vi.: Pres. Frost, Itev. JohnO. Kcc, I'rof. Perdue University. From 1MM to 1HHS ho wns principal of Auburn, Iiul,, Hili .School, when ho en mo to Heron. Miss Kllie Thompson, I'll. II., In structor in I.ntin nml Greek, studied Dodge, Prof. Mnson, Miss Itohiuson, nt Wellndv College nnd Boston Uni- Mr. 12. X. CnsMevetis of North Cnr- I Mrs. Yocimi, I'rof. nml Mr. Lodwick,! versity, hold a fellowehip nt Hryn olina in Mm. M. F. Walker's clerk Mrs. Sallio Fowler in agent for tho Pure Food Co. of Cincinnati. Her customers are numerous. Mrs. Theresa Williams widow of Hex. A. H. Williams, is very low with) rheumatism. Has lain in bed about ' six mouths. 1 Mr. W. J. Parsons of this place has I gone to Irvine, as salesman for his' uncle, J. It. Davidson, the lending merchant o...

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