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DflTQlw to too interests of m Home, ScM, ana Ian
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T. G. PASCO,
KDITOR ml MANAOKR.
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THi: OITIZUN, Ilorea, Ky.
Kuttmt at the pMl-offlei at flora. Ay, iu trmrvl
Ono way to Improve the noighlior
hood in which you livo i to uotico
the Kood things in pcoplo and ojienk
wall ol thoni.
It is not adisgrnco to bo xor, but
it in a disgrace to be idlo, to Ira waste
ful, or to Ira contented to stay poor.
It is bettor to have thu good will,
otoii of a dog, than his ill-will.
It in a great thing in thii world to
be. on time. If yon want to tako the
train, bo at tho station on time. If
you owe money, pay it the day it t
due. If you want an education, begin
It in nnnouucod at the War Depart
ment that tho censorship on cablo
groin from and to Manila ivai abol
ishod by General Otis on September
0, and that tho only requirement now
w that correspondents fiio copios of
their dospatchca at Army Iloadquurt
era, for rofeninco in case complaint is
mado regarding tnattor oahled. Tho
removal of tho censorship was not
ordered from hero, the innttor leing
left to General OtiV discretion otitire-
Secretary Uago has decided to an
ticipate tho payment of tho entire
intension United Stntos Ixtiuln for
the iKilance of tho fiscal year, amount
lug to t0,000,000. Tho intcrtwt duo
Nov. 1 will bo paid at once without
discount, but ou paymenU due after
that date a discount of '210 of ono
Ir cent will be charged if bondhold
ers desire to nvail themioNi-ti of the
General Otis has informed tho War
Doparttnnnt of his adoption of a com
prehensive scheme of local govern
moot for all tho town and cities in
Luzon occupied by tho American
forces. Each la to havo a iuunicial
council, tho priwidout of which shall
bo elected by vim voce vote, but his
election shall not bo valid uutil ap
proved by tho military commanding
officer. Tho council may decide civil
suit involving less thau $500., and iu
criminal cases shall examine tho ac
cused and discharge him or turn him
over to tho military arm for trial,
Secretary Koot has returned from
tho Western trip on which ho started
with the President's party, and is at
work ou his annual report. He will
probably mako recommendations re
garding tho futuro government of
of Cuba, Porto Hico and the Phillip
pi urn, Uo would liko to seo a civil
government sot up iu Porto Rica nt
once, and favors tho speedy withdraw-
ai oi mosioi our soldier irom tTuba.;c0,uplish .,lllt gooA they can.
ii is stated mat no win not ai mis ,
tiiuu iimnuiii'iuciliM rfCOUlIIlcniillllUUB
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for army reorganization, or n orii)iiii
ent increase in tho army, ou tho
ground that ut present wo lire not iu
a K)mou to yet Know wnai iorcos we ,
win pormaneutly uml in our new
Until Further Notice
may get also
I The Toledo Blade or
f The Louisville Commercial
For 50c a Year.
AH for $ I 00 a year.
I D(M Miss It
i 'All suuscriptious must coino
I'l KSONM M' I . M V
PERSONALS AND LOCALS.
Pres. W O. Frost was In Cincinnati
J. W Stevens is spending a few
weeks in tha North.
Mrs. C. W. Oould went to Cincin
nati Monday and will return today.
Prof. E. O. Dodge is spending a
few weeks at Cumberland Gap, Tenn
Rov, F. D. Durban, of Chicago,
wan called to bo pastor of the Dcrca
Dick Neely, a brother of John W.
Neoly, is attending school at Ashrille,
Tho College Hill and Spradling
news reached tho olfico too lato for
publication this week.
J. R. Phileu, of Western Reserve
Medical School, spoilt n few days in
Roren visiting friends,
Teachers' Association will Ira held
at tho Bores School houso, Oct. '21.
A largo crowd U expected.
A large crowd from Bcrea attended
tho Adam Forepaugh and Sells Bros
circus at Richmond, Monday.
The foot-ball practice Saturday left
its mark on several of tho boys. C!
Reynolds had his noso broken.
The article published last week on
tho "Educational noeds of this region"
from our oversight was not credited
to A. P. Settle, as it should havo been.
Evort Van Winkle went to Pt. Truth,
Va. last Thursday and came back
with his wifo ou Monday. Mrs. Van
Winkle has boon visiting her sister,
Mrs. Clias. Gibson.
Ira B. Pcuniman is singing in the
Union Park Congregational Church of
Chicago. His address is 107 Loomis
Street, Chicago, 111. Homer Pope is
taking Vocal nud Theory of Mr.
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will digest what you eat. It cures all
forms of dystonia and stomach trou
bles, E. It. Gamble. Vernon, Texas,
says, "It relieved me from the start
and cured me. It is now my ever
lasting friend." S.E- Welch, Jr.
Rev. John G. Fee and graud-datighi
ter, Miss Hallio Kmbreo, went to Cin
cinnati Saturday morning. Thoy ex
pect to visit friends in Indiana and iu
"It did mo more good than any
thing 1 ever tued. My dyspepsia
was of months' standing; after eating
it was terrible. Now I am well,"
writes S. B. Keener, Hoisiugton.Kns.,
of Kokol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
what you eat. S. E. Welch, Jr.
Editor The Citizen:
Being a suliscriher to your new and
interesting paer, I feel it my duty to
express myself to you iu its behalf.
Kentucky is my native state and as
I hnvo lived in several parts of it I
feel that I know something of its
people, its advantages and disadvant
ages, its growth and needs. I have
been led to consider the above points
more carefully by having read The
Citizen since its first edition. What
I feol to bo our greatest lack in gener
al ami local prosperity is a want for
Kentuckiaus. Tho greatest difficulty
is that tho people do not write and
harmoniously work together to ac-
w0 wi, locul mMvn, Tako
schools lor instance. In some cases
wo gut a good teacher, but for some
personal reasons he is left entirely to
hlumt'lf to do thu boit ho ciui. From
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WorK n wuoio year iiirougu wuutui u
visit from tiny ono in the district,
Wo onco heartl n mother say Iu count-
uuy that shu was glud when her
children were old enough to scatter
out ou Sunday mornings m that B.I10
was not bothored with them. Wo
frequently hear peoplo fall out with
the school system, while wo believe
tho failure is not in the systom, but is
tho result of lack of aid which should
1 bo given by the pooplo.
i While 1 do not eonaidor myself en
Uroly iu sympathy with everything
portaluiug to Berea College, 1 con-
xlgratulato its uinuagors ou the sue-
I ooss thoy havo met with, nud I bo
f llluvo the couuty of Madison and
slato of Koutuuky could do no better
nu uct thau lay aside projuditK",
if tlioro should, bo nyi nud give this
oollego u helping Uan, uiul innk of
it, uaiinatUutioii,but,uoti aaly,Bflrffi.,
but tho whole btate,voild bo,.,proMd.
MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,
A PROCLAMATION OP
ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter
Season in Men's and Boys' Fine
T7lt nt pre trA to clolli you with tM I.owel.prlot. rlfhtljr mulp, boliitclr
W irool Clothing In Amerlr. Rlhtlrmde, m It It ol fumout "VIUU" Dtmnd
llionlrmw1r-tu-wprClolhlnf TkllomJon aMrlctl? M-lrntlflc In rlnn, well
YtntlUttil workrooms Perfect nttlnj
"Vlulu,' Ih Terr life of Iho garment, l
nendllnreol time ami thouiht, ml l a
ordltirj,re'lr-lo-winr t'lolhlnif. The Fbrlc tht we how re the verr newet
d"l(ini thut will lx"eeii llil ievm. Mnr ronflneil exrlulrelr to n. In tke ee ol
k thelme(ct. The moit extnordlnarf fctlurpcomUnlng our (treat oner l, lint wc
(n nd do Mil our ClollilnuM
; LESS MONEY
Thnelwhre. How mn werTonl loeli rach lilxh-trmle ClutliltiKlor le money
thn eliewhere? tmmn'werlnfiireaniWIniple: Ourn lm moilern ttore, romlnieted
S nrletlyon prog rrMlrc )ln, our Clothlnel rold on the tmiillot mirxln of profit,
dependlnn on a Urge volume or lmlnr. The more t'lnthlng we ell, the greiter
our piinhnlii ower the lower our prleci, thit'i the itory in a iiut-hult.
! COVINGTON & MITCHELL
Rev. William R. Campbell.
(OmNwl nm Uut vrrk.)
Tho substanco of what they will
givu you iu these conversations and in
llie0 irucis is Hi ijlioivn;
At tho proier time, as it seems to
them, thoy will say: "We are mission
aries of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints" (thereby mislead
ing all who have never happened to
hear tho Mormon Church called by
this euphonious name). "We believe
in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost,
tho same ns all other Christians do"
(tuoreby leaving tho impression that j they "prove" that as a matterof fact
they believe iu tho orthodox doctrine t j,e church did so apostatize, that Iho
of tho trinity, hich they do not), dark ages" came ou because of such
"Wo lwliovo iu tho Biblu as tho Wonl jixjstasy, that the Reformation was
of God, given by tlivino inspiration" ' merely an effort on the part of man
(never intimating that they believo iu (to establish the Church of Christ, but
other Scriptures that are later nud ,vns n failure becauso there was no re
"better adapted to these times" thau . volatiou and no true prophet to lead
the Bible). "Wo hold fcomo views .jn the work, mid that there was uo
Mliicliurvn lime aiiiereur. ironi me
views iieia uy oilier iienomiuniions;
but wo do not ask uuy one to believe
anything which wo caunot prove by
this Bible, (holding up the Bible).
Iu all their preliminary instructions
thoy tako earo to begin in such a way
as to keep unsuspecting Christian
eople from seeing divergence of Mor
monism from Christianity, ami to pro
ceed in such a way that when tho di
vergence afterward appears, it will
seem to tho ordinary mind so Hlight
as to bo Immaterial. The following is
the substnuceof what thoy will say as
"Wo believe that faith is the first
principle of tho Gospol." They fol
low this statement by elaborate quo
tations of Scripture to show that faith
is uecossary to salvation, without iuti
mating that their definition of faith is
outirely different from that of Chris
They then continue by Baying "We
believo that repentance, is the second
principloof tho Gospel." Again thoy
quoto Scriptural passages to prove the
necessity of repentance, all this time
leaving you under tho impression that
their idea of repentnnco is the samo
as the Christian idea.
Thev follow this bv statinjr: "Wo
boliovo that baptism is the third prin
ciplo of the Uospol, and tuat u
is Air remission of sins, as is ta
in tho Scrinturo, Here we differ
littlo from some deuomiuntioiis who
tench that baptism is au outward sigu
rurd grnco. Iu this particular
liin wo are riirht because wo fol
low tho Scriptures whilo other denom
liuations have 'turned away from the
truth unto fables.' " Iu this connec-
tion, they uuotoii number of passages Are wo not getting to bo about
which teach baptism nud uso tho ex- a large enough towu to do away once
prvssion "remission of sins.'' They for all with the nuisance of ptistur
genorullr discuss ono poiut at n time iing stock ou tho streetat Every
nud dwell upon it until fiey fool that 1 morning wo seo tho spectacle of a
thoy liuvo con viuced the "emiuirer'' I dozen cows roviug tho streets iu
. . . .1 z ...
oolore mey lane up ine uexi (oiui.
After having Batisfiod the one to whom
they are talking that baptism is no
cessarv and that it is for "tho remis
sion of sins," then they proceed: "We
lielieve, moreover, that immersiou is
tho only valid mode of baptism."
Then they take up the next poiut by
saying: " 0 beliovo that the doetriuo
of the laying on of hands for the gift
of the Holy Ghost is tho fourth prin
ciple of the Gospel." In support of
this so-callod "principle' thoy quote
Acts viib 17. IB: Acts ir. 17. nud Acta
six. 0, They hero claim that the Holy
Solrit cannot bo received "ua n gift1'
without tho laying ouo! bauds, and
that tliCHo p&Hage3, iuterpretulilin
'viowof tho! context, to teacliin Ifitlio
f.'ouuuircrft happens' ito be sufficiently
familiar with the Biblo to quote Luke
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IB, 18KL
d WfrreMtlnir, Ium the Iruldo, the
rrelnlne In mnktni , rrprrwnti the cx-
decided nmtrait to the tailoring- mn In
xi. 18, to show that atkine is tho onlv
condition which Christ requires for the
receiving of the Holy Spirit, or ActH
ii. 3, 4, to show that there was no ''lay
ing on of nanus ontnouar ol rente
cast: thev extilainawnr all theso nan
sages ami any other of similiar import.
Having mado tho above points all
clear to one whom tue "eluera are
trvimr to teach, thev thon submit the
proKsition that neither baptism nor
tho laying on of hands will bo of any
avail unless tho one administering
these ordinances is duly authorized so
Thoy then undertake to prove that
no one is authorized to tench, preach
or administer tho ordinances except
tho Mormon priesthood. By their
peculiar methods of interpreting
scripture, thoy "prove that the (Jhrii
tian Church of old was to apostatize
immedintolr after the apostolic ace.
and then lj' mmiliar use of history
true church in the world from tho au
cient apostolic times to the days of
Joseph Smith, who was duly "author
ized by prophecy uud rovolation, ns
of old, to reestablish the truo church
iu the world,
Hence, you see, that from the ap
parently innoceut beginuing with
faith, remittance, baptism, and tho
laying on of hands, thoy keep on un
til they reach tho startling conclusion
that tnoro is no true church in all tho
world but tho Latter-day Saints, or
Mormon Church, as it is generally
If thoy cau got you to accept this
conclusion and join their church, in
time they will, by precisely the eamo
stylo of reasoning as above, lead you
to bolievo that God is a polyganiHt,
and that men may become gods by
practising this abomination. Thoy
v ill moreover by the samo methods
lead you to accept tho Mormou priest
hood ns "tho mouth-pieco of God"
whom you must "oliey in all things,
temporal ns well as spiritual." They
will thus enslave you and make
vou nnv tithes for their BUDDOrt
whilo they go around pretending
to preach "without puree or scrip in
order to get more money out of thoso
whom they nroleadiug astruy.
lllll'll IUD Aftutliiuit initio 111
j)r0llch your door or invito you to their
mcotiugs. your onlv tafety lies in re-
niembeiing the woFds of Christ : "Bo -
When the JMormon "Cillers' ap
nrn nf f..U., nronl.ols whieb come to
wou in sheep's clothing, but inwardly
they uro ravening wolves."
search of iiasturago that is uot there
and watchinir with a koeness that
belongs only to the educated lierea
cow for an open gate or a latch that
cau be forceti or weak board that
will enable them to secure a inenl iu
somebody's lot. We do uot blamo
tho poor creatures but their ownors
ought to provide them pasturage.
The Berea hog too has organized a
propensity for privnteoring tliat is tho
astonishment of uuy ono who is u
stronger to the place.
The keeping of poultry may be a
Hnuroo of income to the owner but
how about theic neighbors -who havo
to sutler Irom irordenai Huratcuou up,
iidtver.heda ruinetlopd, dender vngur
UibUiiiunn plants Bumpodi'.ou io iuou
Hungry uock luruoa loose ou
The Berea Monumental Co.
The result of good tcork and reasonable prlcei is that we
now have customers in all parts of the State
When you want
Anything in the monumental line
if know and we will send you designs and prices
Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount.
... Marble and Granite Monuments ...
At prices to suit the times. Material and work first- lass.
JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Ky.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon-
Dlmctlnrf tho fTtinstirt dlirestlve or
gans. It Is the latest discovered digest j
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It In-1
Btantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Ileartburn,
TtfnttiipnnA. Sour Stomach. Nausea.
all other results of lmperfectdigcstlon.
Prtpartd by E. C. DtWItt A Co. Chicago.
S. K. WKLGH, Jit.
LEWIS A. DAVIS,
Medicine and Surgery,
Oflico nt Residence.
We are prepared to do all kinds
of Job printing at very cheap rates.
Here are a lew sample prices:
500 White envelopes . Si 25
500 Ruled Note Heads . 1 00
500 Ruled Letter-heads . 1 25
500 Bill-heads 13 lines . 1 50
500 Regular Statements . 1 50
500 6x9 Hand bills . . 1 00
500 9 x 12 " " . 1 50
500 Business Cards . 1 25
M'r vill MYJKiv llf ptdagt many one of tUe abort
onltrt or M trnb eitra, or oh (he $nall hand billt or
bH4lHrit cnriU, ii mf (lira. Orten mutt be poIJ
or in admnct. Write the Copy F.K YiMnly.
Mail orders carefully attended to.
STUDENTS' JOB PRINT,
Is it not equity and justico that ulj
who expects to keen any kind of stock
in tow n whore nil havo equal rights
should furnish feed and pasturage
: . fTt A
for tho same. This is a matter
iu only be regulated by public
! timent. Ordinances may bo em
, tO fill H lKX)k to 110 HVIU if the peO-
i -.1.. im( uinnnrf fli t
plo will not support the officers in
Wo havo a beautiful littlo town for
natural advantages and many pretty
places but our streets lack the tidy
look that indicates thrift and pride
iu tho towu.
Roaming stock mako tidy streets
iui)08siblo. Carelessness about pa
pers, rubbish of all kinds, weeds, aud
other unsightly objects, furthor con
tributes to tue lucK 01 nearness.
Lot overv citizen take it as a per
sonal duty to do all in his power to
. 1 ... 1 . i ....
IIiaKo our IOWU auraciivu aou no
shall see au improvement that all
Tho "Mow Ikyr Preacher," Rev. J.
Kirkman, Belle Rive. 111., says, 'iAfter
sulTeriug from Bronchial or luug trou
ble for ten years, I was cured by Oue
Minuto Cough Cure. It is all that is
claimed for it and more,'1 It cures
cottghs, colds, grippe, aud all throat
and luug troubles; S; 12. Welch, Jr.
Admiral Dowov iu spending hi va
cation on W. S. Webb s farm iu Ver-
,?'it' 1 ... 1,,. m,M .lr.u
1 li UnceuMnHlhewM Iroul; Manila tJvH
the dutails! of tlio drowning of n num
ber of soldiers.
Are 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 Wat Main St. RICHMOND, KY.
A. P. SETTLE,
Attorney and Notary Public,
Office on Main Street, In Mamnlc Bldg, upt&ln.
IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL.
Glasses that are not properlr adjnted to yonr
eye? are actually duKerou. 1 know It. ana
you ought to know It. I will not attempt to ;ult
glasses to your eyes until I know what Is needed.
Eyea examined free.
A Nice line of Novelties in
T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician.
HANSON & PASCO'S
H. C. JASPER, M. D.
MEDICINE and SURGERY,
Office in Prathcr Building, Richmond,
Telephone J03 Be 109
E. B. McCOY, Dentist;
C. 1. 0QG, Proprietor.
Up-to-Date Photos. Nothing But the
Best Finish at the Lowest Prices.
A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S.
Smith Building, Main Street,
Telephone, Ite.lilrnce, No O'i, Office, No 00.
UKALElt IX AMATEUIt SUri'MKH
Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices
View about lierea a specialty.
J. C. MORGAN',
Qjtfee Hours,.S to 12 A . M.,
1 ton P. M., National Bauk Building
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