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i THE CITIzEN
Devoted to the Interests of the Mourite ra People
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Knowledge is powerand the
way to keep up with modern
knowledge is to read a good
newspaper
I Vol XI Five canto a copy BEBEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 20 1900 One Dollar a year No 0
H NEWS OF THE WEEK
1Alrshlps Racing in France Tafts
1 Cousin Killed in Colorado Riots
I In Steel Mill StrlkeE H Harrl
Didnt
1man Very SickWellman
Start for Pole
k FREAKS Are you bald To scare
away mea paint a large lifelike spider
on tho bald spot and files will let
you alone This Is what a Connecti
cut man says he did and ho la no
more troubled with their lighting on
I his head Ono of tho latest things
for women Is tho mouso trimmed hat
Not content with tho wonderful crea
tions of this season tho Paris mil
liners have Invented a now kind Jt
Is about the size of a sunshade and
It guaranteed to keep off both sun
and rain Around tho brim two cun
nIng stuffod mlco are gayly chasing
t each other
FEAR CAUSES DEATH Thinking
1 1that her pet cat was chasing rats and
V mica toward her a crazy woman of
New York City fell out of a third
story window In her effort to get
iJ away from them and was killed
ryc MANY DEATHS FROM HEAT
The awful heat wave which wept
over the country last week killed many
1 people and prostrated qthers Even
the cotton boll weevel was killed by
the heat
jiIIARRIMAN SICK Edward Harrl
1man the leading representative of
the predatory Interests and tho moat
prominent of those malefactors of
1great wealth against whom Roosevelt
directed his famous campaign to save
the people ot the United States from
financial bondage Is seriously 111 and
his condition is being watched by the
whole world with mingled feelings of
hope and fear Whllo his death would
cause trouble In Wall Streot It would
M remove tho greatest Influence which
now threatens the liberty of our coun
try TAFTS COUSIN KILLED In a
cloudburst In Colorado Chas Tart a
cousin of Prcs Taft was killed The
damage to crops and property was
very heavy
THAW IN ASYLUM Harry Tnaw
was taken from the Jail back to the
old quarters In the Mattcawan asylum
for tho criminal Insano last week
The family will appeal the case
TEN PERSONS HURT Ten per
sons wero hurt when a part of a
largo Chicago bridge which was be
ing repaired collapsed The people
were walking across the bridge to
transfer to another street car
EGO FAMINE It la predicted
that thero will be a greater scarcity
of eggs this winter than In many
years Eggs are retailing In Lexing
ton for 25 cents a dozen
SEVEN KILLED IN RACEIn
the automobile racing at Indianapolis
last week seven persons were killed
payJ
J WELLMANS BALLOON INJURED
Walter Wcllmana Journey to the
north polo has again failed Thirty
miles from the starting point the bal
loon exploded No one was hurt
l AVIATORS SHOW At Jlhelms
Franco this week the aviators of the
world are exhibiting their skill In
tho practice nights Glen H Curtiss
tho American aviator added a dram
atic feature to the Incidents Whllo
flying thru tho air ho saw another
i rntchlno coming toward his at right
I r angles on tho same level with his
Quick as a flash he sent his machine
fifty feet higher In the air and soar
fd over the other machine winning
much applause for kit rtdll
a RIOTS NEAR PirTSBURG Tho
strikers at McKeos Rocks Pa have
a wild ales ofi riots In the last few
7 days In which many men were kill
ed and three fatally Injured The
i state troops have difficulty In keeping
i the men under control AU work Is
nnpended and the railroad clerks
hand operators are under guard all tho
1 1 time
STEAMERS COLLIDE In a flrlv
ContlmitJ on fourth Page
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Clean Cool Comfortable
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Good Home Cooking Deep Porches
Pure Mountain Water piped direct
to the hotel
Rates 200 to 250 a day
Special Weekly Rates Rooms sing
le or in suites with baths
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WHAT BEREA OFFERS
Splendid Equipment and Teaching
Force Make It Possible for Any
Young Man or Woman to Got What
They Need Here This Means You
An Institution having half a million
dollars worth of buildings four thou
sand acres oC land and more than
hilt a million dollars Invested for
Its use ctJtulnly has a duty aswell
34 power to give something of very
great valuo to the world in return
It might le litcrcBtlng to those not
acquainted wtlh the work of Berca
College to bow what It gives to
society li return for tho largo gifts
mentioned above with which society
has entrusted It
First of all are tho lives oC the
rUtyflvo men and women who devote
their time t > the work of tho instl
utlon In various wan The greatest
Influence upon lives la that of the
personal touch of others It the
other lives are weak or mean or nar
row the result will bo for weakness
meanness and narrowness If they are
strong and pure and noble strength
and purity and nobleness will spring
up as a result Every worker in Be
rea Is chosen primarily because of
the qualities of Christian manhood
and womanhood which he or she pos
sesses and tho consequent power to
uplift and Inspire the young people
with whom they come In contact This
Is general and tor all who como
alikeOther
Other things of a general nature
for all alike are the Library with
Its beautiful building its 25000 good
books and Its largo number of mag
azines the free lectures from tho
members of the faculty and persons
of note from all parts of the United
UnitedI
States tho Lyceum course of seven I
numbers combining music thought II
and fun tho literary societies in
which each student may take part I
and listen to exercises of profit i
and pleasure the muslclal organiza
tions band orchestra harmonla so
ciety glee club and choral classes
and last and best tho religions life
of the school Including Sunday school
Young Peoples Societies regular
preaching services and tho great week
of revival meeting which come each
winterFor
For the accommodation of tho stu
dents who come Berca has ten dor
mitories for young men and three
for young women with room in them
for almost a thousand persons four
dining rooms with room for more
than 600 to be seated at the tables
batho game rooms gymnasium for
Indoor recreation and two athletic
fields and tennis courts tor sport in
good weather
In addition of course are tho well
heated lighted clans rooms and la
boratories
What may be asked has Berea in
particular for certain classes ot people
Lo us answer tho question by referr
ing briefly to some of them For tho
pa son wishing to get the fullest
preparation for success in life there
la the college course as good as the
best with a preparatory courso lead
ing up to It for the farmer tho course
ot two years which gives a general
education combined with tho more
Important subjects of value to the
farmer In order that he may make
the most money and tho best home
for tho prospective business man the
Business Courso combining with Im
portant branches relating to his work
a broad view of life In general for
the teacher a thorough course of In
struction with chances to observe
the best methods In actual operation
and do practice teaching for tho
would be doctor Latin Physics Chem
jetty Physiology Botany Zoology all
of which a physician must have today
If he would be In the race for advance
meat for the one who looks forward
to Law thorough work In language I
History Sociology and Economics
EconomicsI
And yet there Is more Printing
Nursing Bricklaying Carpentry Sow
ing Cooking may be taken as the
chief course or as an extra to some
other line of work
Thus Berea endeavors to show her
right to the buildings land and mono
which men and women who love their
fellows have qlvcn and to call to
her the best young people of our
state and the world at large to train
them for a successful a useful and
a happy life
lifeGOOD
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IGOOD THINGS
This week a good deal of our space
Is dovoted to telling of the advant
ages of going to college and especi
ally of going to Berea Unless you
are too old to go to school and have
neither children brothers nor sisters
who ought to be going to school you
will find this as interesting and Im
portant as any reading you have ever
come across
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THK CJIAriiL
A new and costly building used almost entirely for holding large meeting There are
few better In the lale
lijfiSP The time of the prophets past and wisdom Is no longer
revealed to men by angels or other divine means Every man has
got to work for his knowledgepick it up here and there and learn
how to use U Nothing will help a man more than a newspaper it
picks up knowledge from everywhere sifts out what he is most likely
to use and gives it to him in the clearest easiest way The news
paper is tho most efficient tool of the progressive manIt takes the
place of revelation r INhIM
GOING AWAY FROM HOME TO SCHOOL
Children grow up We want them to become men and women
This means that they must sometime strike out for themselves
It is a natural impulse for this that sometimes leads them to run
away from homo or to elope and get married before they ought to
The best way for a young person to begin to be independent is
to leave homo for a good school There they are left to look after
themselves but havo the influence of teachers and the occupation of
studythey are kept busy And they meet the best young people
from other places
If they did not learn a thing it would still be better for them to
have this experience of going away ffom home to school
But they do learn from books and from contact with others and
come back no improved that thoir parents are proud of them
THE IMPORTANT CHOICE
The ufos important period for any young man or woman is that
time when they are just growing into mauhopu or womanhood for at
that time they make the choices and take the courses which show
what they will be thru their after life at twenty every one can tell
whether a young man or woman will be good or bada success or a
failure happy or miserable It is to young people at that age that
this editorial is directedwe wish to suggest to them a few thoughts
againWhat
What are your prospects in life my young friend fAre you
growing better or worse r Are you learning or not r Are you suc
ceeding or failing If you are not getting all that you desire in the
way of success and happiness uow Is the time to do something about
it before it Is too late and when the effects of any effort you make
may be felt thru your whole life
What you are yourself is beyond the help of any outside person
But your success will depend mostly on what you do with the talents
which have been given you whether or net you make the most of
them and especially whether or not you develop them and make
the most you can out of them This latter thing is what we want to
talk to you about Are you doing all you can to make your talents
as good as pos lblpIn other words are you getting all the educa
tion you can use f
Aside from tho character of a man and his natural brains there
Is nothing about him so important as his education No matter how
smart ho is an education will make him able to use his brains
better no matter how dull he is an education will help him And
it is a fact that almost any man with an education is a better man
than almost any other one without it There are very few men who
have made success in thin country without an education thero is
no one of importance who baa not had at least the full school educa
tion and history proves that a man has about two hundred times as
good a chance to become successful if he has a full college education
In the face of figures like that it is no use to argue that nn education
does not pay
The chance to take hold of the great power of educatiou and
make a success of yourself is one that comes to every young mad or
woman at this time It will cost money and time and hard work
and separation from loved ones and some hardship but it will give
increased power and wealth and happiness and a better life for all
the years that you may live Many a young fellow has been scared
out by the few little sacrifices which are called for at the startand
has afterward seen the duller slower poorer boy get ahead of him in I
life because that boy was not afraid to make the sacrifices was I
willing to pay tho price of an education and the bigger success that
it brings I
bringsEvery
Every thing good must be paid for in this life and an education
is one of the best things there is It must be paid for too but it
more than repays any one who is willing to make the sacrifice
How about it young men or woman are you willing to work a
little harder to live a little plainer to sacrifice a little now for a few
years so that you can haye all the higher success and greater happi
neas that comes from an education f Or is the price too high for
you to payf Aro you going to make all you can out of yourself
or are you going to fail because of cowardice and laziness r You
can have an education you can be a success and be happy if you
will pay the price And all that the price calls for is the use of a
little manhood or womanhood Have you got it in you r If you
youhave
The closing article on tho sheep
scab comes this week too Dont
fall to read It for the stamping oat
ot this disease will mean thousands
of dollars to the farmers of Kentucky
Another Interesting article on fires
has had to be put over till next
week We have kept postponing it
but it la only because of the number
of good things from which we have
to choose Look for It next week
Francis O Clark has retunred from
Cornell where he has learned the
latest and best farming methods and
hit articles In the Citizen will soon be
resume4 Also he will begin managing
a correspondence column answering
any questions which subscribers may
wish to ask him about farming
Watch next week for the announce
ment of the new Teachers Depart
ment This will be the beat of Its
kind ever offered by a Kentucky pa
per and will be ot Interest to many
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people who are not teachers Full
announcement next week
We are enclosing with the copies
of The Citizen to regular subscribers
this week a supplement issued by
the Burley Tobacco Society The
Citizen does not assume any responsi
bility for the matter In the supple
ment but circulates It like any other
paid advertisement We have not had
time to read thru the supplement
and do not know whether it Is all
right or all wrong We will read It
soon tho and adylse every one who
wants to know about the tobacco
question to read It also
Hard to Be All Thing to All Men
Do not think that your learning and
genius your wit or sprightliness are
welcome everywhere I was once told
that my company was disagreeable
because I appeared so uncommonly
happy Zimmerman
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TRAINING NEEDED
Old methods Have Fallen Behind
and Schooling Is Necessaryto Suc
cess A Full Years Work Worth
More than Two Years of Broken
Study
Any new thing coming into general
use always meets three different class
es of people those who welcome its
appearance those who think it will
work all right the halt hearted ones
and those who are positive that it
will not succeed or that It will ruin
the country When the first horse
rake made Its appearance among the
farmers it created much discussion
Some said tt Is just the thing and
I shall have one Just as soon as I
can get Jothers felt its use rather
uncertain and were willing tor their
neighbor to try It first while Btlll
others were sure that It would never
come Into general use Those who had
faith In the horse rake continued its
use the doubttul ones gradually came
to its support and those who saw
nothing but evil in it being unable to
keep up simply died off and thus the
horse rake came Into general use
Just as the horse rake gained gen
eral acceptance Just so It Is with
every new thing Some time ago a
college education was considered a
luxury for the rich Today most pro
fessional men many farmers and
business men of all kinds feel that
ftiher education Is useful in their
lives The lawyer and the doctor
without professional training have
almost gone the way of the hand
rake Tho fight Is now on for the
farmerA
A young man who had been watch
ing the scientific reports of scientific
farming took a thorough training in
this work Last year he put out his
first potato crop TJw farmers watch
ed him and discussed his methods as
they did the horse rake When he
gathered his crop it was found he
had produced more on four acres than
his neighbor on a field of more than
twice that size Today some ot his
half hearted neighbors are thinking
of taking one term In some agricul
tural college Of course the one term
Will help some Just so it Is with
boys and girls In all lines of work
they are beginning to realize that
tho old ways of doing things are los
ing ground and that they must get
In touch with new ways They are
half converted to the new as the
Bible says they are luke warm
This taking an occasional term
away at school is better than not
going at all but ft is very poor
substitute for taking a regular course
The excuse usually given for not
taking a regular course and entering
school at the beginning of the fall
term Is cannot afford It
Now tho real cause in most cases
Is not seeing clearly the benefits to
be derived from such a course It
you think this statement not correct
read tho article written by Prof
James of Harvard in the American
Magazine on tho Powers of Men
This article appears In the October or
November Issue of 1907
I wish to say right here thAta
complete year from tho first day of
the Fall term until Commencement Is
worth more to a student than winter
and spring terms for two years Let
us examine this statement The us
ual fall term Is fourteen weeks the
winter twelve and the spring ten
Continued on fourth page 1
ASSISTANT MANAGER
We wish to introduce to our read
ers this week Mr Steuben Godbey
who has consented to accept the pos
ition of assistant manager and editor
of The Citizen for the coming year
Mr Godbey is a man of proved abili
ty and his coming will greatly
strengthen the paper The editorial
management remains the same and
the policy of the paper will be what
It always has beenthe best Inter
ests of the mountain people
Mr Godbey Is a man with whom our
subscribers will be glad to get acqu i
ainted He Is twentynine years old
a native of Casey County a son of a
family which for years has been ident
tried with the leadership of affairs
In the mountains He has been act
ive In Republican politics for years
Is thoroly familiar with conditions In
both the Eighth and Eleventh Dis
tricts and has many friends among
tho leading Republicans of both dis
tricts Mr Godbey is also a lawyer of mu II
ability He was graduated from Cen
tral University at Danvlllo In 1902
and from the law school of that uni
versity a couple of yaers later unlI
will practice law In connection with I
his work on The Citizen hanging
his shlnglo from this office and he
will be glad to see hero any who may
have legal business for him insuring
to all careful effective and reasonable
service
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IN OUR OWN STATE r
Big Counterfeiting Plot FoiledKill
ing Near BrodheadMan Kept
Election Oath 49 Years Crops Not
So Good as ExpectedParis Jail
Broken
ALIVE IN COFFINAn Interest
ing case comes from Dullitt County
A little child had been put In a coffin
ready for burial when a storm pre
vented the funeral The watchers
heard a sound from the coffin and
found the child alive
COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT
Four men who were making countert
felt money In Louisville were caught r
by the United States Secret Service +
They had about 1480000 In bogus
Mexican bills In a trunk when they
were discovered
WORK THE SOLUTIONIn anh
address before the National Negro
Business League In Louisville Booker
T Washington told of the wonderful f
progress made by his race in the last
twenty years He said the hope of
the negro lay in honesty industry
and thrift He was unanimously re
elected President of the League
FREEFORALLFIGHT A free
for all fight took place In Casey
County last week Two men were kill
ed and a man and a woman were
seriously Injured Other participants
were landed In Jail
COMPLIMENTED BY GOVERN
MENTThe Hon Brutus Clay of a
Nlcholasvllle Ky United States min
ister to Switzerland has been given
a very rare honor by that goverh
ment In that he has been appointed
fInstitute
Institute of Geneva He Is the tenth
tenthI
American who has received the
honor F
honorBLACKBURN
BLACKBURN NOT TO RESIGN
The report that Gov J C S Black
burn of the Isthmian Canal Zone has
resigned Is not truet
PEACE AMONG TOBACCO GROW
ERS The American Society of Equi
ty and the Burley Tobacco Society
have finally agreed on a pledge
which seems to be satisfactory to the t
tobacco growers of Kentucky
SHOOTING IN ESTILL COUNTY i
A man named Isaacs Is charged I
with having shot Wm Pearsons near
Red Lick in this county Isaacs Is
still at large as we go to jttu
MADISON COUNTY FAIRThe
tMadison
last week was successful The rings
were full of entries and tho compe t
tlon was exciting One of the featurest
was the big automobile paradeI
KEPT HIS OATH Basil Hayden 1
of Greenbriar Nelson County died
last week after keeping an oath made
fifty years ago He swore that be Ci j
would never step out of his room It
LIncoln was elected President
he has not done It since that UmeI
He was one of the sharpest horse
traders in the country He left
75000 f
75000WILL
WILL NAME TICKETThe antl
machine Republicans and Democrats >
of Lexington will meet Saturday to
rthat
that named by the Democrats recent >
Iy because of an alleged raw deal
BOLD ESCAPEWhen the turn
key of the Bourbon County Jail was
locking up the prisoners for the night
a negro seized him by the throat and
compelled him to give up the keys 1
The negro then unlocked the doors f
and liberated the prisoners A reward
Is offered for their capture
SLASHED TO PIECES Bogle < tr
Phillips a well known farmer living
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near Brodhead Ky and the father I
of Earl and Lou Phillips students Iff i
Berca Colcgr was found dead early
Saturday morning In the yard in front 1 J
of tho home of Owen Turpin another
farmer PhHps had been stabbed
several Units In the breast and his 1
body was literally slashed to piece I
Turpin was later arrested by the
sheriff of Rockcastlo County along
Jwith
claims to have found Phillips dead
near his front fence He says that
when he first saw the body It had 4
tho appearance of having been there r
for some time Both Turpin and Rob o Y
erts are being held on suspicion j
The Brodbead Fair ended Friday
and It la the opinion of some of tha
authorities that Phillips might have
been murdered and then his bodYi
thrown over the fence to divert Bus
BU9tf r
picion Phillips was 40 years of age
man ted and leaves a family
POOR CR PSIn spite of the
prediction last spring that the crops
this year would be the finest in the
history of the state so far have been
rather poor with the exception of
corn which has grown rank and weedy
with the heavy rains ot July and
August Tobacco Is being cut this
week while there Is good weather
LEAVES WIFET S Todd off 1
the firm of Todd Sons contractors
of Richmond left his home there last
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