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VOL h BKKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1000 NO 29
THE CITIZEN l
T G IASCO
KDITOIl and MANAdKlt
Iubllitiot UlioollM ol
Till OITIUtf Huron ICy
Klteml at le Id one al ttrrra Ay nt muntl
dau vuiUmntltr
With thin imtto tin editor tAkeA
chnrgjof TUB CITIZKV aCtor nn nb
HJiicoof thr io mlth4 oatiHcd hy ty
phoid fever rill the unforced vacation
during couviiliMfiico To nil who
Hhoivod their kiiulnoss during hill 111
noi by iiiiiry by gifts of Hoxvcra
nnd othor thing which help to make
ilium oilier autl by HO freely giving
their aorviciM tho editor down to ox
prim hU Hlncjre than kA and to wish
thoin iw 011I all our frionds II
Happy Now Year
teatIDEAS
IDEAS
Now 1t + aid rmolutionanro unsuully
math to bo brokiMt
WlmtH the use of breaking n lot of
thorn evory your Why not resoho
to lake tnoru of yourself tliiH yi nr
mid wtick to UT
Butter out resolution well kept
than two only half kept
Hut Now Years Diy is not the only
tiinu for Htiuh IhitigH Every day
roily bngin n now year if you only
think so
Heroin ono rosolution you should
keip rinolvo to Hiibsoribo for tlio
CITIZEN nt onCe Now thuu how
does that Hiiit you T
The Wide World
Tlie American campaign in Luzon
hanopeiUHl by llio capture of fiilmyno
It in estimated that tho South Afri
ciin war will coit Kiiglurd 300000
000
A military dictator for tho British
cabinet has boon mtg oited by tho
IxMidoii Morning Pod
Gun French commanding tho Brit
ish forces on Monday captured Colon
burg In S Africa and drove out tho
Boom
BoomA
A Copular voto on tho question of
n new premdout of Mexico showed n
i T great majority in favor of ireaidjnt
DiazAcconling
Acconling to war department ro
iorta tho Filipino robeU wore Hovoro
ly whippud by tho American soldiery I
Inst wwkI
Our CountryI
MllinI
Coiignvisman Boutollo of Mine
is suffering from rights disease
SOIIRVB baud has been flolected OH
tho official American band to play nt
tho Paris Exposition
Navigation of tho Ohio river from
IitUburg to Cairo has boon suspend
tl on account of ice
IfiO li < tnxn of tho Maine dixastor
worn buried in Arlington cemetery tit
Washington last Thursday
Smallpox is becoming serious
among the Indians in Indian Territory
and nt Crow Agency in South Dakota
Tho probable election of Mrs Hal
tio Hughes Cannon as Unit > d Status
Senator from Utah is being discussed
The Mormons would regard it as yin
dicating Uoburts
STATE NEWS
A movement to renovate and repair
tho state buildings nt Frankfort nt n
cost of < 00ODO is on foot
Charges of bribery were made
against John Whalton of Louisville
last Monday nighll > y Senator Hnrrell
A livcrymonn trust was recently
fonnnd at Lancaster including prom
taunt liver atom of Central Kentucky
Oov Taylor appointed M II
Mnckoy nnd A M J Couhriins stale
election commissioner in place of
comiiiisiioiiars Ellis and Iryor ro
fiigncd
County News
County court day yesterday in
toad of Monday
Tho bxird of tax suporrisora is
now in session iu Richmond
A train on tho LouisvillQ nUll Allan
tio was wrecked last Thursday night
near Valley View Tho mail car was
burnt but no lives wero lost Trnllic
walt delayed several houra
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PERSONAL
Mrs E M Ircslon Is quite sick
Her George Ames Is In rather poor
health ut present
Frank Hays has been nick torn few I
days but is now better
Elias Wallace of Wullnceton rot
turned Friday from tho North
It M Moore wont to Owaley Co
Saturday to canvass for the King bed
brace
Fred Keller has returned from his
trip to Indianapolis where he had his
eyes treated
1T Oshorno was in Cincinnati on
college business from Wednesday
until Saturday
Will A Klein of Langford was in
Borea Thursday and Friday calling
on his friends
James W VnnWiuklo loft Monday
for a few weeks with relatives nt El
wood Indiana
F 1V Kidd wont to Owsley lust
Friday on n business trip expecting
to ho gone several days
Sam T Martin and his friend H
C Dennis of Greenville Ky wero in
town two days lust week
Lmvis L Davis a prominent
teacher of J wood tad spent the
holidays with relatives here
Taylor and Meredith Gabbard an
rived from Owsley county last Wed
ncMlay and entered school
J E Stilton returned from Cin
chianti Friday where he had an
operation performed for abscess
Ernest G Dodge left Friday for
ro
Cumberland Cap Tenu where ho
will teach for tho ensuing six months
Her John G Fee has been quite
dangerously sick for thin past week
but seems n little improved nt pros
cutMiss
Miss Edith Mt Fairchild left Mon
day for Cumberland Cap Teun to
resume her teaching in the Harrow
School
Rev Fl A Paddock loft Thursday
on his way East to solicit money for
Wieser Academy for which ho is
working
Miss Pearl McKcehnn of Dreyfus
arrived last Thursday for a visit of
several days with Mrs E T Fish on
Broadway
J 0 Whitaker formerly n student
of Berea now of Cleveland Ky
spent a few days hero last week visit
ing friends
T A Robinson W F Kldd J M
Early E M Preston and J W
Urntchor were among tho Court Day
visitors yesterday
O C Hall of Dundee III former
ly a student hero arrived last Wed
nesday for n visit with his uncle E
P Fairchild and family
Dr G T Fairchild and Mrs Kate
E Putnam attended tho Teachers
Association in session nt Louisville
last week returning Saturday Dr
Fairchild was elected president of
the State Reading Circle
E W Baker of Wnllacoton was in
town Friday to meet his sister Miss
Kate who returned that day from
her holiday visit with her sister Mary
fit Chicago where Miss Mary is at
tending that Moody Institute
Wm Lodwick spent Sunday and
Monday In Cincinnati attending the
EistedlTod n meeting of tho Welsh
singing societies of tho United States
Mr Lodwickh father Prof John B
I Lodwick of Youngstown bro
I turned to Beren with him and will
sing in tho Hnrmonin concert next
Tuesday night
nightLOCALS
LOCALS
Horse for sale CITIZEN ollico
Bicycle for milo CITIZEN ollico
Wax paper nt the priiitiugoflice
1npor napluiifl at prinlingollicu
Order your blank books nt tho
priutingolficoCard
Card hoards und blotters at tho
printing ollico
Iloinoinado scratch pads at tho
Print ingoflico Best pad in town
Tho famous Stato Bond paper and
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WZZ7 zi zozz1
1 A PROCLAMATION OF ooo
1ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter i
O0Season in Mens and Boys Fine
Stylish Made
OLOTaI fG I
I IOLOTaI
Y7Km prermntl to cloth you with the Ixwcutprlccd rlgtrIr tnailc aWlutvly
all wad Clotldng In America Hlglillymiulo an It U of famout Vital Jlraml p
Hie only teIIIIr Clothing T loml cm antrlctly nlvnllllc tjiuli Iu clean well
ventilated workroom Itrfret mtlnirunil wcar nehling UTOUBC the InMile the
lhO 111 the very life ul the KHrmvnt In tarcfiilncw Iu nmklnx reprmnl the wclli
l endllure 01 time and thought and In a ilrrldcd contrail to the tailoring KCII In
onllimry rcuily to wear CMothlnit Tim Knhrlcs that we > how are the very newest
tIIIIII that will he eau thin e atm Mall rolltlllcllJclulwl 10 In ht the IIIC 01
I the ulJOTe filM The moot extraou unary texturecomblultlg our gent onr III that 01i
ntn and do wit our Clothing nt
< LESS MONEY < e
Than plM rlii > ro How can we aIT111 towll ouch hlxhenula Clothing lor len money
thau rlwwhcrt + Our aii w rU > uru anil pimple OllnlRlnoterullrlreeontrueted
rltU un JfIIltIho 1IIIn our ClolbllllC III old on the lIIallcI mrgln of prunt
I deleuhugana1Arge Tolnme or Itutlncu Tho more Clothing we Mil the gvter i
our purchailiu ewer the lowvrimr price thafi the story In a nulthell
Idii COVINGTON MITCHELL o
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envelopes nt wholesale prices at the
Print ngollicc
PrintingofficeFino
Fine corpspondenco papers mid
envelopes nt tho Printing office
light nUll heavy weights rough mid
smooth surfaces fine goods at low
prices
A Great Bargaini
MX wheels of fair quality ruled I
writing paper 8xll for SO cents
worth f 0 cents Wo have n limited
quantity of this papjr and prices arc i
rising At tho Printing OHico
Cold weather is here Hud you
realized itT
Born to Mr and Mrs John F
Coyle last Friday 131 pound boy
0Shipping staves and spokes still
continues nt tho depot here in spite
of tho cold weather I
Mrs E II Yocum gave tho College
lecture in tho chapel last night Il
consisted of readings stories etc
nnd was much enjoyed
Tho annual church dinner and
business meeting of the Union
Church will IMS held Saturday All
members nro urged to bo present
Coasting null skating parties have
the preference just now For several
days tho ice and snow has furnished
enjoyment to numbers of citizens and
studenlsSunday
Sunday night Marshal Shockley
and Deputy Sheriff Preston took
Dick Campbell to tho Richmond jell
ho being charged with forging chocks
on John Ballard
Last week Tuesday Arthur Titus
oldest son of LoiU Titus broke his
collar bono wtiilo playing with two
othor boys Tho racturo was dressed
and tho patient is doing well
Dr E B McCoy our popular den
list has removed his oflico furniture
over to tho front offices in the Hanson
building over tho printingoffice
Tho doctor is building up n good
practice
E T Fish recently sold his house
and lot on Center street now occupied
by J C Coyle to G L Isaacs of Es
till county Consideration 51000 Mr
manes will move his family to Berea
to educate his children
The new board of trustees of Bo
rca was sworn nnd begun its work
last Monday night S E Welch Jr
was elected chairman of tho board
and has with him its members Messrs
J C Teeters S C Lewis Gee
Amos and Geo Hoffman
Robert Fish nn old colored man
living near Boron died early Wed
nesday morning His death was
caused by hemorrhage hastened it is
thought by the excitement conse
grunt upon n social gathering at his
homo tho night before Mr Fish
served during tho Civil War and was
n pensioner Burial Friday
J W Clianoy has just been np
appointed Soliciting agent for tl o
countiis of Madison Gurrurd I
and Estill by tho Continental Firo I
York Mr
Insurance Co of Now
Clianoy received also a certiiicalo of
t
the filet from oho Kentucky Insur
ance Commissioner dated Jan I
I 1100 and authorizing him to do bus
iness in this state
lillllii
Curry1Ued
I diednt Slate Lick death being
caused by chronic cystitis Mr Curry
lived in tho Green property at the
springs and was drinking the water
fur life hell I h The deceased was n
biother of limo county nssisior T 0
Curry and of Mrs Jumes Rowlett
who lived for home y > urs with Mrs
Cornolisou on Center street
Jan 1 C F Hanson WHH busy mov
ing his livery business into his new
table Although tho new burn is
hardly completed enough to ho used
us H shelter for stack jelMr Huuson
moved in order to clear the way for
Uicliiinltion nnd leases the new own
ers of the property The latter in
istedal moving iu spite of tho cold
weather and Mr Hanson moved also
iu order to save any trouble later
On Thursday Jan 4 will occur the
marriage of Mr Hurry Blazer of
Scaffold Cane und Miss Stella Klein
at tho home of the bride at Lnngford
Ky Both parties are well kiown
tore especially the groom who is in
ho lumber business at Scaffold Cane
rho bride is a daughter of G A
Klein superintendent of the Rock
castle Quarry ut Langford and is u
capable young lady situ an able teach
reTheir friends hero offer congrat
ulations and good wishes
Tho Crack rjack basket ball
team and Heir lady friends were en
lerlaitifd lest Monday evouing at tho
homo of M K Pusco Jr ono of the
team Refreshments were served and
iho evening was spent enjoyably with
different games and amusements
Those present were Misses Rogers
Paddock Fish Gouilbn Gay
achwesingcr Burdctt Messrs Charles
Burdelto John Burdett Howard Em
bree Edwin Kmbree M L Spick
Uen Paddock and M K Pasco Jr
Howard hall boys kept open house
Now Years night nnd nicely outer
Uiiu d n largo number of their friends
Two hundred invitations wero issued
und evidently lItarlnil who were
invited saw lit to como for there was
present about that uumber of stu
dents and citizens After snmo lime
spent ill a social visit tho guests were
invited to tho third floor hall where u
nice lunch waR served used nil were
entertained with music on the banjo
and tho juba danco given by homo of
tho boys
Lagrippp with its after effects an
iiually destroys thousands of people
It may bo quickly cured by Ono Min
ute Cough Cure tho only remedy
that produces immediate results iu
coughs colds croup bronchitis pneu
monia and throat troubles It will
prevent consumption S E WolchJr
J D Bridges Editor Democrat
Lancaster N II says Ouo Minute
Cough Cure ia the best remedy for i
croup I over used Immediately re
haves and cures coughs colds croup
usthnm pneumonia bronchitis
grippe and all throat nnd nil lung
troubles S E Welch Jr
JENNESS MILLER
SHOES
For Women
WomenArc
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
Nature Intended
Accept No Other
DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO
207 Wet Main St RICHMOND KY
The Berea Monumental Co
The result of good cork and reasonable prices is that O
SlateIJhen
tltcn you want
Anything in the monumental line
Let us liiow and tee will send you designs and prices
Headstones 600 up to any amount
I Marble and Granite Monuments
At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass
JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky
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CENTER STREET
ART GALLERY
C I 000 Proprietor
UptoDate Pohtos Nothing Bnt The
Best Finish at the Lowest Prices
BURTON
The Photographer
UKALKK IN AMATKUIl HU1TLIK8
Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices
Views about Jlerea a specially
GO TO
C F I HANSONS
LIVERY
LEWIS A DAVIS
Medicine and Surgery
Berea Ky
Office nt Residence
E B McCOY Dentist
Berea Kentucky
H C JASPER M D
MEDICINE and SURGERY
Office In Puthtr Building Richmond Ky
Telephone 103 109
DENTAL SURGERY
A WILKES SMITH D D S
Smith Jiuilding Main Street
Jiicfnnond Ky
Telephone Kolilrncr Nofl OnlcrXo 00
J C MORGAN
Dental Surgery
Office Hours S to 12 i1M
I loS P jr National Bunk Building
Hieimoiid Ky
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Ifj m Nts
DESIGNS
TRADEMARKS
AND OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS I
ADVICE AS TD PArIN ltBLITY
Notlco In Inventive Age FREE
Dook Itow Iooblaln latenta
Ch4rgel modnn No tee till patent II lecured
LellerlllrloUy confidential Address
Eo O SIGGERS Palrnl Lawyer Washington b c
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Job PrintingrtCheap
Dirt Cheap
IWe are prepared to do all kind
of Job printing at very cheap rates
Here are a few sample prices
500 White envelopes Ji 25
500 Ruled Note Heads 1 oo
500 Ruled Letterheads 1 25
500 Billheads 13 lines I 50
500 Regular Statements 1 1 50
500 6x 9 Hand bills 1 oo
5009X12 1 I 50
Business Cards
2SIt
We trill prepay far portage on any one of the abtrt
ordrn for co emu ntra or on the mall land bUr or
Itainett lords 13 miti extra Ortlen mutt te paid
for ill adran < Write Vit Copy VKRY plainly
Mail orders carefully attended to
STUDENTS JOB PRINT
Berea Kentucky
Yon Want GOOD GLASSES
IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL
Ulmct that are not property ndjustol to your
yen HIV actiinlly tllug roll 1 know It and
you aught iu Vuow It 1 will not attempt to mit
gIo ors to your ryra until 1 know what la nLLedd
Ijes txuniliiol free
t1 Nice line of Iforellies in
JEWKLKV
T A ROBINSON I Jeweler and Optician
i
Kodol
I Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat
Itartl flclally digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans It Is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach It In clllclency It In
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Ffatucncc Sour Stomach Nausea
SIck rTeadachcGa tralglUCrampsaDCS
ail otherref111tf of Imp Grfectdigestioa
Prepared by E C OcWItt ACo Cblcooa
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