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Deioted to tbe luteals of ttia Home, School, and Farm.
Mc a Year
HERKA, MADISON COUNTV, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIt 11, 1899.
T. 0. PASCO,
KDITOK anil MANACIKH.
ruMlibol it Iho offlci itf
THi: CITIZUN, Jlcreu, Ky.
A-'Wrmf nt tht W j"rr ul Itrmi, A., at mini'
Tlio trustee of ovory tlmtriet aro
now Iwing tHlfil -those who engag
ed good teachers aro worthy of all
honor, nnd Hiomo who gave or (told the
schools to inferior tenchrm have Iw
truyed their tniHt, nnd injured every
child in tlio district. .
Among tint candidate for whom
our vote are asked urr noma men
whom we know to m devoted to tho
public welfare. Such men nro Hon.
C. I. Biirnam ou tint Hepnblicnn
ticket, N. 11. Coy on tho Democratic
tickot, nud Mr. Wallace on tho Prohi
Now is tlio tiino to get letter pre
pared for stock, ami to lay in a sup
ply of firewood which may save the
health of our f ami lien when tht mild
weather is pant.
Tim College- i to open itn winter
term Dec. Kith. Thin means that tint
students will be hero htfurt Christ-!
mas. 1 nr. Citizen understands that
with nil tin students here, Christmas
will boa big day. and celebrated in
such n way n Iuih never loen known,
ho us to outshine any uttractioiiH olo
when. May 1 Im thero to te!
The Wide World.
The condition of alTaint in South
Africa la erioua. The Engliah and
tho Bocra havu odvnnced to within n
few milei of each other, and lighting
ia liablu to bogin at any tinie. l'arlin
incut ia making great preparation for
war, tint many Englishmen expresa
the opinion that it may Ik) averted.
Tho Holland Society of New York haa
oxprcased its ayinpathy with tho
Negotiations have liegtin for con
nectlng Huvenil of tint Kuropoan capi
tala with long ditatu-o telephones.
A aharp fight at N'ovoltn. Ialaud of I
Luzon, on Oct. 8, resiilUxI in the
driving back of tho imuirgentH nnd
tho capture of ioveral forts. Twelve
Americans were woundixl. The cue
lny'x loss is unknown.
Atrucpoflivo daya has Ihhii de
clared iMitween tho government and
tho insurgents iu Venezuela.
NATIONAL NEWS ;
Ou Dowey'H revommendation, the
I'rivtident orderttl several more war-!
ships to the l'hillipiucs.
Tho awonl voteil by Congress, was
presented to Admiral Dewey by Pres
idunt McKinloy at Washington.
President MeKinley nrrivwl in C'li-
cago Saturday. Ho made no specchon
on his way through Ohio, but Hiwko
aover.il limes in Illinois nud was every-,
where enthusiastically recoiv!.
Several times during the week t
nicolK'lweeu tho Hritishand American
yachts, tho Shamrock and tho Colum
bia, has Ihh.-ii nttetnptiHl hut has becu
tleclaretl o(T ou account of failure of
The experiment of woman sulTrago
in several western states has shown
that when subjected to tho tempta
tions of olitical life women act ex
actly liko men, only things aro iuteu
ailied by having both men and wo
men in tho turmoil. Tho teudoucy of
the times is for womon to havo great-
or opiKirtuiiities for education, and
Irco entrance into all occupations in
which thoy can liud nu honorable
Helf-Hiiport. Hut the Idea that tho
world could bo iniulo better by hav
ing womon vote is wholly oxphdod.
KncUcAstlo County Association.
Threo ol our tint lien altemleit a ilUlrlit
tradier'aawiH'latliin ulili-h met at SctilloM Cane.
Ho.keH.iliMi.unly, la-t Ktr,ay. ti.vlng lo a
.lemix ratlc rally at llr.w.lhwi.1, a repulillcau
rally at Ml. Vornoii ami wvrral unaller Hill-
cal callirrliut., Hit' altriiilaneu at tin) I lie at-
MM iauoii waa raiiier tiuaii. Many w 110 Mere
MKiuii ari ou tne tirugram rr aiwiu. out
tlio... nreMiil look hol.l on the .Hur o( Hie
moment ami tuve wuntt lutervtltnn talk, on
mIiooI niaiiaittiuviit, ilutlea ol leather, to ui
tniin, etc. Tlnf dliiuer wa a ureal tiieo-M ami
uuallrnjoyul tliv Manu liMrtnl lio.itallty ol
tlio people of Heall'oM Cane. There la auolhrr
illtlrlrt ttiMK-latlou at Ml. Vrrnon the 3lt ol Hilt
mouth. It l IioiksI that a nuuiber o( our
twu lirra will attend.
II. II. Jiiliiintnii I In wliool kiIii.
MIm Sallle McCnlliim of f 'hlraxo I. rltltlnx lift
Uter Mm. Ioii HaiiMiii.
Mr. Jainra llcCollum ami wife are ri"ctnl
tm In vlill Mn. I.011 llahou.
MIm. Anna Vay llauou In ,n-nd a few
week. In Wlurhrater with her lirother ami fam
ily. Iter. II. K. Jloorv of Saltern Itlc Ky., IPII
nwln llerra on hli way lo (lie I'rrahylrr at
Mr. Amly Jariau illrilTuewlay ninriiliiK. III. .
ilrath wa raiiMil lir a fall wlikli In' got la.t
II. r'ulleu. an old iliiilei.t ofHerea, Joined l;m-
pany II 3I. llralment I'. M, oliiiiterr ami
Irmr I'rolitlo, I'al. fur Manilla.
I'ltniati llengr ami mui, Jerome, while turning
ilimn III Mill wild n load f ItimU-r, trr very
Lailljr linrt. Mr lliii.e'a condition I. very r
Mr. K II ViKinn anl MIm Nora Hunltltr Iff I
IM morning for t'ltKlatiatl. Mr. Vocum will
lar In I'liirlnnatl ten day. ami Ihrn k Kat lo
rale money on the endowment. Ml-, llurdellt
ipa-a to Olvrllli In attend whool
Tutor Mathrny I. taking a iwnv of rradlni
and 'tudy at Ilia Stale I'nlrrrilty nf Wyoming-,
while at Ijiramle for Mr. Matlitny'a health,
tll.plan. for the year await profrew In lirr (-.
Ilrv. Wn. K. Marton, II. II. who graduated at
llirea 'M, delltertd an oration of treat Interest
ou HviU'inlirr'JVIIi, lie Mood on l'lrmolli Kim k,
and aildreN-cd A jratherlna; tnnoed of delegate
from Hi frearhurrhraof Knitand and Amerha.
Mn Mathrny l dctotlux licrvlf In recovery
of health at l.ararulr. Wfomlnx A Irttrr a):
Hhr atmmt lltri In thr uddl.' Mir lia. ilropl
rnllrrlr lirr nudlnit. and I. found ruing Irom
flflwu lo twctiljr tnllr to call uin miith iirlfh
lioror hrnllnir rattlr ."lir liax ln nlthlu a
few mllnof Norlli laik. which ) rlahtjr mile,
from (.ararolr " lirr frlrnd. at lu-rrji Infrrcl)
hor Ihli iH(au iNrrniani'iit hr.
The assessor is ou the war path.
The hog law needs a littlo atten
tion. Mr. E. L. ItobiiiBou was elected
ns school trustee.
Oct. I" the Tuesday lecture will 1k
given in the Library, bv Mm. C. V.
Tho City Bakery has been purchax
it wan terrible. Now
I am well."
writes S. 1). Keener, lloisi
oi kokoi uyH,H)ps,a cure, it ti.gwts
m , . .... .
I what you eat, &. u eich, .ir.
ltnv. I- D. ntirlmna. of ChieniM.
i iiicitviiv'i iui it v v (via w '
Similar and gave the Tuesdav lecture.
i The subject of tho lecturo was, "Howl
.. . .v . ..v... ,....v....n wj(, pfQimjy nii; " Do von attend whom a correct hptorv oi Uerea Cl ant and tonic, o other preparation
ixl by Illinium nnd blagner and is do- c,ur.u r,.Kufarlyf" Should voureplv: lege cannot lx given. His wortls are. can approach It In efficiency. It In-
ing a nourishing business. I "Not -err regnlarlv, " thoy will these: "Alwut this timo came Hro. I stantly rcllevesand permanently cures
"It did mo more good thnn nUy. prolmbly ask: Vh-nott" 4ould Candt.; and while cliopping wootl
thing I ever used Mr dyspepsia 7.?u ."'V 1 fe. then piknl up in my yanl, we ta k gncadach c.Gastral gia.Crarnps.anrj
iiiinfc i .v. r use,!. My iijsiRpsia Iiko oitig all the tniu.. Ther wil up the ; idea of a morooxtendetl school aUotherresultsof Imperfectdlgcstlon.
was of months standing; niter eating i;kilv ask: " Whr not! Should n college, in which to educate not, PrtDartdbyE.c.Dwittaco..Chieaao.
tho Hiblo was matle. ' IJothdtscotin-es i do not feel like gomg to church very
were greatly onjoved, nnd Mr. Hur-; regularly, because thero aro class dis
bans has made a 'host of friends in ,
Berea. Hoisa uativeof Iowa.agrad-, uakl, any ,.Xl.uso which puts the
uato of the I'niversity of Colorado blunio upon others, these wily Mor
nud Chicago Theological Seiniunrv, mou olders " will encourage you in
and has held pastorates iu Chicago the filing that the fault is with tho
and !u Kansas.
portetl at Hristol.Teuu.
i Until Farther Nolice
may got ulso ?
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Here are n few
50o White envelopes
SOO Killed Note I lends
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II. wiM jM.y M .W'i- oh unj iw 0 tkt oboer
unlvvt Jar ,VI ftitU rttm, vrtmlkf $hmII tWaif bill or
UmiMH mnli, H mil. alru. (nrr miut br ji(d
fitr In mlMMr. Wrtlttlit 0M VKH TjAilnly.
. Mail urdurs carefully attended to.
STUDUNTS' JOU PRINT,
A PROCLAMATION OF
ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter
Season in Men's and Boys' Fine
w TTKarpi'triiirrd to rlotli )n with Iho Iiet rlnl, rlhtly made, aliwlntilv
(j "all wool I'lothltiK In America. Itlghtl) mailr, ai It la of MmmH "VllaU" Ilrand
flieiinlrii1rlowrrCliillilnTallonsloii aitrhiljr m Icntlflc lml In ilran. well
trntllatnl workrogin, I'rrfnt flltliiK and wrar rtiUllnx. Ikshuh' the Imldr, Ihe
"Vital.,' llii'M-ry lift' of I lie narmi'tit, I. rarrfnlnea In making, riprrtrntu tht' n
iH'iiilllureodlinf and Ihouitht. and It a ilrold.il contrail to the tailoring tii In
onlliiary rvadr-to-wiiir Clothing The Kahrlca that we .how arc the terv neurit
dr.tgm that will he irrn thl, KaMin. Many lonflncil rxrluilvrtr In n, In the face of
Vi theulaiM-faiti. Tl.ejiimt fxtraonllnary haliinTomhlnlng our great offer la, that we
ran and do wit our Clothing at
I .jt LESS MONEY S
Wk Thau tl-w here. How tan wr afford to lull inch high-grade Clothing for Iw money K(V
W tliaii.ilnlirrtr liurnrr l pure nnd ilmple: dun li a modem itore. txinttnicted J
ftfo itrlctlyou progrele .ln, our ( lollilng l old on the imnllcit margin of prof!!,
M. depending on a large volume or l.ii.liun. The more 'lothlng we aril, the greater M
our pun hailug wer Ihe low ir our prlri-i, that'athv ilory In a nut-hell.
t COVINGTON & MITCHELL t
Rev. William R. Campbell.
(C"' i't frttm tttfk hrfmetoft
If, howt'wr, thev Km! you dissatis-
f!,t nrilixLTiintleil ill vour liresent re-
lations. they will iw likely to make n
favorable impression upon you in a
lilttlo while. When thev ask you to
what church you belong, if for exam- ing from the memoirs of the veucr-1 atructlng the exhausted digestive or
pleyousav: "I am a Methodist," they able John O. Fee, without mention of gans. It Is the latest discovered digest-
, vntt "renlr: " HtHittiiso tho minister
lis not eloquent, " thev will probably
, ,i , , - . i ,-,,.,,
-f . nllli,ns'Hmlor of C irist:
i.wi.-Hl ho otiyrht alwavs to
.' . .. .
with the ' demonstration nnd
of tho Spirit.' If ho
does not so
. . . -
speak, it proves that ho HpeaJts with
out authority and does not deserve a
jK.arug. Should you answer
V II II t V (la i. v v ... w v..w
! than yourself. Perhaps they will say,
jii.iipiin run iiiiniuiHr. air Minify 111111 mi
.... l..... nfinn .lr " V1I. nn nnrt enn
I . . .... .1 .
lilauio you lor not lecung at nonie in
i ii church where such thincs exist,
- I . w.nl.l nrvr nt Iwiinn in such
a church ourselves. These things nro. of gootl work, adding daily to its ; of the country and should be 011
lmi sn mnnv tiroofs that tho church facilities for tho distribution of know-, oiuraL'etl. All men cnunot obtaiu
of which you speak is not tho Church
t of Christ. In tho Church of Christ
ull the meuiiHrs are urotuers aim sis-1 tno scuooi ueguu, mu coiiee nun nus ooi's not imply mat txiucuieu inuor is
tars iu Christ Jesus; nnd ouo person , buildings sulllcieiit for tho instruction uot more prosperous than the uti
iaiiiHtiisirootlasaiiother.no matter, of more thuii ouo thousnnd students. .Hlucnted.
i .vlw.ilw.r Im tins fine clothes or has
much money or not." They will
innotn from tho Bible somo such ims
sairo ns tho following: "Tho rich and
J . - ,a
, the noor meet tocelher: the bortl is
(i,.,-iLrnf tliuniull' to nrovo to
. ,., - I,,,,, ,.nn,lini.
J -.v .i ii:i.i i ii .r.....
nuinv Willi lite iiiuie ituu iiiuiuiun-
not tho true church. If those "elders"
were honest with vou they would toll
Z vou there are creator class
ai. .1 i .. i. .i :
II0IIS III incir ciiiiiLii itiiiii in uuj
f'er; but they leave this for you to learn
X i for rourself and to your sorrow after'
i or yoursen anil to vour urru iiuer
they havo convertwl you to their faith,
p0ssibly the Mormon "elders" may
leave you at this point ana put iiiioistrate titeir Kiuuiy leeung wr own
' your luuitls a tract to snow you ii0Winai tney were in sympatny wiut us
v . . . . ,,, . ,ir!f,. ,,.,,, 1 n.,,,ni..u rolntiniiH nf
1 nwav from tho ancient simplicity
which characterize! tho New Testa -
inent Church; or, if tho way seems
open, thoy may go right on with tho
ifinversation until thev have made
vou feel that you have found in thorn
the neat menus you over nau. ou
may then ask them who they aro; und
1 lllOV Will lllumilJlt lllimiuii nu
i - ...hi ui .....
i 1iHHnllr:1. vn
nil the good weean free of charge,
... . . , i. ..1.1 1..
ns tho seventy in tho days of Christ.
V O irnvei llliuill Ulirw) uraeril'. juai
Iu fact wo aro seventy chosen just as
tho ancient seventy wen), aud are
upon the same kiud of mission that
ther wuro called to fulfill. If we can
give you any advice we shall bo glad
to do it, but we cannot advise you to
continue going to such a church, or
listening to such a minister as you
liuvo been telling us ubotit, for thoy
are evidently not truly Christian.
Potwibly thoy will also by this time
have repeated that claim uoout travell
ing "without purso or scrip," and that
thoy as tho servants of God are de
pending upon the gonorosity of the
people among whom they labor for
support while engaged in their mis
nion work, no you will fell liko invit
ing them to dino with you, or even to
. make their liomo at your liouso while
inyourneighiwrhood. At ny rat...
i they will manage, to talk with you. if 1
you will let them, agaiu and again,
luntil in each case thev have reached '
a good Kint at which to leave you !
! with n tract which will follow up nnd
"clinch" what they have said to you '
in conversation. i
Educational needs of this region. '
1 will legin my remarks by quot
rnierely in tho knowledge of the
sciences, but also tho principles of
i,. ,i:,.: i;i..lr ,i ;J(;., r
sua II we naiise hen nml think what .
remarkable results have grown out of
this private talk between these Christ-',
iaiiment No one heanl this conver-1
satiou but Got!, nud none but him!
could conceive what should follow it. i
Hut by faith these two brethren
they lookwl for a city which hath
foundations, whose builder and maker
is liotl. liaviug the one puriwse,
the terror of mobs, the destniction by
.fires, and tho various obatacles which
thev encountered did not deter them, I terms of this college must reuioiu un
r 11 via1.i ill. .
ana like tiacou oi oui, uiey wresneii
until thoy received the blessiugs,
mid Hoi-en (illi'L'n was a certainty,
jtistcati oi growing oui, n is con -
stantly becoming new, more attract-
t 1 f I. .
1 ive. mill otri'llL'thenillL' in its mission
. hxlge and charity. Instead of tho
rude mid improvised cottngo in which
j Instciid of tho one lone teacher, Otis
; II, Wnters. a score or more professors
I are uow
employed who would do
) tiny college in tho land.
of a few tracts of literature
' V l al i . 9 I i i.
, lusieau oi a low tracts oi literature
coiitributtHl by Clay. Jones, nnd
1:1. ...... ..r ilmiiunil
inimii ji ui.-i fimvn .iiw.r.,..
volumes at the service of all who do
mes at the service ol all who tie
to use it. Iustend of a meagre
subsi'riptioiis from frieuds with which
to carry on its work, it now has an
, to carry on its work, it now has an
endowment of nearly threo hundred
thousand dollars. Instead of u few
tiiuiinunii iiuiuus. iramm ui u nil imeuect uuu we uru uuueruuiiKuiiuiis
'timid but devoted friends who daroto improve it iu honor of the giver.
1 not, on iiiuny occasions, to deniou-, i do uot say that nu uneducatetl
I frieiidshii) with inultipluHl thousands
1 of the inost distinguished und miln-
'entinl characters of tho nation.
Well, you say this is certainly u ro-
markablo record of success. Hut per-
hups tho college has been devoted
more to its owu aggrandisement than
to tho benofititig ot its patrous. L"t
us see. About tho timo of tho es -
tnblishmeiit of this College the
shackles of slavery fell from the urius
I f I OIU1 IVU1 1,. ...l.n ......A ,.,w,.l
I oi -i,iva,i.j iiovihu u nuo .u....
' loose without inonoy, without homes,
and without kuowleduo of self gov
eminent. And tho good pooplo of
irr;... . "i" " .i...t.;.. At ;i...:,i
nnr country IliulertnOK to tireiiare
new conditions. Berea College has
dono its part, nud scattered all over
ll..o ....!.. I... fnniul ii.t .llii.i.llf
mum lur mu uiiiuunn mibi.-a v.. ....... ,
und enenretio colored pooplo whoi
have been tho boueficaries of this in
stitution, und who hnuo gouo forth to
build up their fallen race. This of
iUolf should commend it to tho favor
able consideration of our country uud
stump it with national houors. Hut
this was not all. Thousauds of white
The Berea Monumental Co.
The remit of ffxx jrorX nnd reasonable prices in thai we
now have customers in all parts of the State
When you mait i
Anything in the monumental line
1st us know ami ire will send you desiyn and prices
Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount.
... Marble and Granite Monuments ...
At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-class.
JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky.
Digests what you eat.
Itartlflclally digests the food and aids
TJntitrn In ct rnnof hAnlnc nnrl rpcnn.
LEWIS A. DAVIS,
Medicine and Surgery,
Otlicv at Hesideuce.
- - -
young ladies aud goutletueu have'
gone out to the mountains of Ken-j
states proparetl to elevate tho scliools
and ruliue tho inauiier of thoso gener-
ous people, who were before denied
tho advantages of a Christian educn-'
i tiou. und who but lor tho beuevolent I
We must not fail to inentiou tho,
i i,ut-il.iiiiirtiiuiiitu nf niTioiillnni nml
, . . . , ,
, mcchauicai urts, w men uavo recently
beeu added. This will suniilr a
i i.r..n u-nnt nninnirtlin InlinriiiL' classes
supiiort by scientific knowledge,
' Manual labor is necessary, but this
A fmv nnsons whv all should be
liicattHl: It is true'thut ull cannot
lw teachers, ministers, doctors, law-
or statesmen, but all should be
, judges of these professions in order to
, uMaus of these pro
imuent the imoosition
"l V. .. j" .....Vl" .1... ...wilv
.... . i w.. .......i . i,
educated Iu order to tho more nearly
OI i,.. .hjiicuiiuu, iid ut-v-vi iu
eilucateil In order to the more nearly
onnroach tho stature of manhood and
womauhood designed for us by ouri
heavenly father as instruments of his
heavenly father as instruments of his
honor, llegavo mankind a wonderful
intellect unit we are under obligations
persou caniiot serve uoti, out i oe-
jlt.Vo that tno niun who can truce mo
, .... f U... I........,l.. IwviKn. wlin
Cau master tho tho scieuces of higher
uiutheinutics, who can weigh tho
plaunets aud read tho constelution .of
tho heavous, has a higher conception
,if tho benefits of heaven anil the
, ..rnndeur of tho goodness and power
0 Qod. than ouo who does uot
I uuderstund these things.
' And uow as to tho promise of Dr.
p.mrsons to irivo a second $50,000 to
its emlowinout, 1 uin quite sure that J
.. nH coiiiu not lun-av n iu u uiuiu uuuw
. .11 . . ...1.1.. '
purpose, and I hopo it will bo in tho.
power Ol x-roniuuiu i-iuov iu
the additional ainouut necessary
secure this gift.
- : -1 ii ..i tn . ,n.....
Long live Iho louiiuors oi uereu
q,1 lege, aud loug live tho college,
! iny tliousaiids more enjoy its benefits
Iho "PlowIIoy Preucher, He.. I.
Kirkmau, Hello Kive. lll., buys,'!After
Btilferiug from Hrouchiul or lung Iron
bio for ten years, I was cured by Ouo
Minute Cough Cure. It is all that is
claimed for It and more," It cures
coughs, colds, grippe, uud ull throat
and lung troubles. S. 12. Welch, Jr.
Arc the Most Stylish
Are the Most Durable
Are the Most Perfect
Are for Young and Old
Are sold only by Us
They Fit the Feet as
Accept No Other
DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO
207 Wt Miln St. RICHMOND, KY.
A. P. SETTLE,
Attorney and Notary Public,
Ottlieon Main Street, hi Mawnle Bldg, up?taln.
Yoa Want GOOD GLASSES
' VOU WANT THEM AT ALL.
. dlawea that are not Droperly ailltiteil tcr your
1 ryea arc actually ilanncrou.. 1 ltnorf It. ami
i you ought to know it. I will not attempt to ;utt
1 Sialyl to your eyra until I know what li ucvled.
i Eyei cxamlnert irre.
A7cf line of Xorelties in
T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician.
, U A fJfJ AT PA Si ill S
Ilxiliwull iX I HUVIU U
H. C. JASPER, M. D.
MEDICINE and SURGERY,
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