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The Citizen
SUBSCRIBE
TODAY
AN INDEPENDENT
WEEKLY
ClrcoliticD, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the" Home, School, and Farm. 00 c t Year.
VOL. I. UiSKRA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 2(5, 1890. NO.
MADISON COUNTY FAIR
Richmond, Ky., Aug. 14, 1899.
$1000 BANKERS' STAKE, for Saddle Stallion, Mare, or Gelding.
$6000 In Purses and Premiums.
BALLOON ASCENSION AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
BAND IN ATTENDANCE.
TROTS CALLED AT
The Citizen
t. a. PASCO,
KDITOR and M AN AHr.lt.
PublUkwt l the oc ol
TIIK CITIZEN, Hare, Ky.
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IDEAS
It often takes more courage to keep
out of a tignt than logo into it.
Notice tho description of the New
Noriml Course nt Berea on our last
The biggest thing Uncle Sam does
for us fa giving us a chance to send
our children to school Uon t miss it
this summer.
If jou believe in The Citizen, show
it to jour noighbor and advis hiru to
subscribe, the more aubscnptions
we get tbe better piper we can nave.
The bridires on the road toward
Slate Lick which were in a murderous
condition, hare been repaired let su
pervisors of other road districts follow
their example.
Pres. Front will preach at Slate Lick
next Sunday at 3 P. M. on Avenging
Injuries, with special reference to re
cent bloodshed. It will paj to ride
a long way to hear that Sermon.
Nutting at Conway
Row J. D. Nutting six'aks on Mor
mon!!!! at Conway Thursday night.
PERSONALS
Mre. Lestornud family urn spending
a few dnja at Malory.
Mm. Yociini is attonding the Insti
tute at Lancaster this week.
E. W. Baker, of Wallucetou, was in
town Saturday and subscribed.
Dr. Lauder, of Cinciuuuti, visited
his uncle, E. 1'. Fairchild, Sunday.
Mrs. Kato E. Putnam returned Fri
day from the hospital at Zauoaville O.
E. G. Creech and D. F. Tankers
ley, from Burning Springs, are visit
ing hero.
Alex Davis, of Leisure, Ind., is vis
iting his brother, I. C. Davis, and oth
er friunda hero.
Nurm Edwards wont through town
yesterday on his way to Dory, Clay
couuty, from Oklahoma.
Miss Elliott returned Friday from
a month's visit with relatives in Paris
111., and lndlauaiolii, Ind.
Prof. Dodgo is sH)iuliug the week
working up tho mooting of the Madi
son Couuty Sunday-school union.
J. C. Sharp wont to JeMiamiuo lust
Thursday, returning Monday with
Mrs. Sharp, who has boon visiting
there.
F. II. Chapman, of Franklin Falls,
N. ll.ouo of tho members of the Feu
uiiimii excursion made n short trip
back hotu Saturday.
Hurry Coddiugtou cut his thumb
with u pieco of zinc lust Thursday so
sevoroly that ho wus compelled to
havo several stitches put in It.
Miss Nina Lamsou and her assist
ant, Miss Sherwiu, romain during the
summer at Sun Mateo, N. Mexico.
Their school house is being repaired
this vacation.
Prof, and Mrs. Dodgo outertaiuod
u few friends Thursduy ovuiiiiig, nud
Mr. nud Mrs. Fairchild received on
Friday evening, in honor of Prof, and
Mrs. Ponnimau.
Mr. Tootors Bnd family left yester
day for Garret and Auburu Ind.,
whore they will visit relatives and
friends for a month, while Mr. Teeters
enjoys his vacation.
2 P. M. EACH DAY.
J. A. Sharp and wife, of Union
Mills, visited his cousin, J. C. Sharp,
here last week. While visiting Mal
ory a wooden bow of quito ancient
workmanship was found.
Miss Lena Sayers is spending her
vacation at Pacific Grove, California,
which is a summer resort established
by tho Chautauqua Assembly of Cali
fornia, 130 miles south of San Fran
cisco. Prof, and Mrs. Ira B. Penniman
loft Monday for Peoria, 111., where
they will visit Mrs. Penniman'a par
ents for soma time. Prof. Penniman
expects to study music this coming
fall and winter, probably in Boston.
LOCALS
$6000 will be (riven in purses and
premiums at the Richmond fair.
All tho trots at the Richmond fair
have filled and good racing is expect-
od.
The freo school began here Mon
day with Miss Kate Coddington and
Miss Nannio Tudor in charge.
License to marry was granted re
cently to Thomas Gabbard and Miss
Dora Rutherford.
Word comes that Rov. II. J. Der-
thick, ia quite sick at Mantua, O.,
where he was spending his vacation.
A. J. JohuHou moved his family
from Conway last week. Ho is at
work at Todd's mill on the Fairchild
place.
Secretary of War Alger has resign
ed, and the President has appointed
Ehhu Root, of Now ork, as his suc
cessor.
At a recent White House reception
President McKinley shook hands with
4,810 persons in an hour and three
quarters.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Short took
William Rose, from Estill county,
through here yesterday on his way to
Frankfort. Moonshiulng.
The dato of tho Berea Fair has
been changed to September 28, 29, 80.
Tho officers are working to secure
groat attractions and make it a good
fair.
An oxcursion train camo down from
Cincinnati last Sunday, bringing
about 500 people from the city, and
distributing them nt Paris, Rich
mond, and Berea.
Saturday Doctors Cornelius and
Davis erformed a successful opera
tion for appendicitis on Thomas
Cruncher, tho 12 year old son of Se-
bnn Chroucher, of Scaffold Cano.
A.uow ruling from tho revouuo de
partment forbids the stamping of
chocks by banks, or even the sale of
stamps there. No unstamped checks
will now 1) received at the banks.
Rov. Mr. Bartlett of Indiana is ex
pected to preach in Berea Church
house next Sunday morning. Thero
will bo a praise service with Steroop-
io Views from Pilgrims Progress ut
night.
Rev. Perry W. Sinks, of Votings-
town, O., preached iu tho Berea
Church-houso last Sunday. Iu tho
afternoon he preached at Slate Lick,
and led tho C. E. In tho ereuiug, giv
ing n brief roport of the C. E. Con
vention at Detroit.
Four thousand, people attended the
mass meeting of tho Chicugo plat
form democrats at the auditorium lost
week. Speeches wore made by Mr.
Bryan, Senator Tilman, George Fred
Williams, Alex Troup, ex-Gov. Stone,
ex-Gov. Altgeld, and othors.
In Police c'ourt Saturday the Es
tridgo Chrisman suit for damages was
settled, tho jury finding $3 and costi
for Chrisman. One or two other civil
cases were tried and the Common
wealth cases were continued until
noxt court. Court day here is getting
to be a busy day, and a large crowd
was brought to town last week by va
rious cases.
There will Iw a picnic at Slate Lick
on next Saturday for the benefit 0f,auita18 or not, hut it is a matter re
the Infirmary at Richmond. Admis-, quiring the most careful thought and
!on-2S rnji. phil.lrAn frtw. Snow-h- preparation. When an ambitious
... nmmUi i, ..,.mi n;M.mnnrt
orators, and in the afternoon a picnic
ilinnflr wilt Im unread. All sro tinrexl
to attend this picnic and help the In
urinary, an institution which does so
much good throughout the county.
Richmond will certainly have the
greatest fair this rear; ever held here
ine real leatures will uoiree ana op
en to all. The street fair in the fore
noon of each day is to be absolutely
free, no charge to be made at all. It
is hoped our peoplo will take an inter
est in the coming carnival and help to
make it a success. Get your exhibits
ready and prepare for a merry time.
C. Rexford Raymond returned Sat
urday from an extended trip to
Boonevillo, Manchester, and interven
ing points. He brought with him
four young peoplo who go with him
to Chautauqua on Aug. 3, whero Mr.
Raymond lias charge of a Berea Day
on the program of the assembly. The
people who go are Misses Addie Rey
nolds and Lou Flannery, and Messrs
Madison Combs and J. I. Hughes.
COUNTY NEWS.
Jailer Lackey is working Richmond
prisoners on a new pike, now being
constructed at Stony Run.
Pov ton town is the name of a new
post office between Richmond and
Silver Creek, on tho L. Si N.
The Pantograph is now published
Tuesduy and Friday instead of Tues
day and Thursday as formerly.
Tho President has appointed C. C.
Wnllaco to bo Postmaster at Rich
mond. Ho was Senator Deboo's can
didate. Tho Friondsh'p Baptist church, ton
milos southwest of Richmond, will
bo dedicated tho fifth Suuday in July,
Rev. J. G. Parsons, of Berea, preach
ing the sermon. Register.
Articles of incorporation have boeti
filed for the Louisvillo and Atlantic
Railroad Company, which has been
formed to operate the old R. N. I. &
B. It is said that work on the exten
sion from Irvine to Beattyvillo will bo
commenced at once. The name of
tho new company is the Louisville
and Atlantic railroad.
Tho noxt annual meeting of the
Madison county Sunday-schools will
be held at Speedwell in the Christian
church on Saturday, August 12th.
Prof. E. A. Fox, state secretary and
other promiuent workers are expected.
A basket dinner is iucludod in tho
program. Prof. L. V. Dodge, of Be
rea, is president, and Mr. Win. Baum
stark, of Waco, secretary.
Pantograph,
J. W. BALES, Pres.
S. A. DEATHERAGE, Sec.
THE SHOP.
There comes a time in the life of
nearly every young man when he must
decide what path he will follow for
his life's work, unless he has little
character, and is willing to drift
wherevor the waves of chance may
carry him. This is perhaps the most
important period in the life of a young
man, and his future success and hap
pinoss depend largely upon the deci
sion ho makes. It is not always wise
. to jump at the first thing that p re-
8Jts itself, whether his abilities are
' touur man starts in life with a def
I init Pn of aotion, he starts upon a
' much higher plane than one of the
same abilities, who begins with aim
ply a willingness to work, and with
out any plan beyond earning enough
for his daily wants. The latter may
perhaps earn more at first, but the
former is certain to overtake him and
before manhood has been reached to
leave him far behind. A definite aim
in life may bo in any direction as long
as it gives the possessor an incentive to
strive for self-improvement, but the
ambitions and aims that lead a young
man along mechanical channels, to
spend several years in learning a trade,
are not popular with the average
American youth.
Our country is a manufacturing
country, its industrial enterprises are
the wonder of the world, and have
created a continual demand for skill
ed workmen. In view of this demand
and the entirely inadequate supply of
machines, Tho Woodwork Depart
ment of Berea College is to be extend
ed to include a Trade School iu which
will be taught the Carpenter's and
Cabinetmaker's trade, to those stu
dents who may elect to take this
course and who show sufficient apti
tude for mechanical work to insure
that the instruction will not be wast
ed. There are many young men who
have during the past year, expressod
a desire to learn the Carpenters Trade
and to them and others, this opportun
ity is offered, This is a two year's
course and includes tho construction
of articles embodying all of the joints
known to carpentry, and also the fram
ing of a house and instruction in near
ly all processes used in its construc
tion, as well as in various pieces of
furniture and in general repairs
around buildings and farm machines.
A young mau having had the above
can feel certain that ho has an educa
tion that will enablo him him to meet
life's difficulties with more confidence
iu his own ability to earn and hold a
place for himself in this busy world
of ours than is possible to tho man
who has uovor trained his hand to
serve his brain. O. A. K.
County Court Days.
Paris, Bourbon County, 1st Monday
Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday.
Loxiugtou, Fayette, 2nd Monday.
Stanford, Liucoln, 2ud Monday.
Georgetown, Scott, 3rd Monday.
Danville, Boylo, 3rd Monday.
Nicholasville, Jessamine, 3rd Monday.
Winchester, Clark, 4th Monday.
Versailles, Woodford, 4th Monday.
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STATE BRIEFS.
Pinerille is having a telephone sys
tem installed.
Danville will have a fair on Aug.
30, 31, and Sept. 1.
Lancaster is receiving bids on a
water works system.
Gold is supposed to have been
fouud in Marion County.
Democrats of Warren County have
headed the opposition to Goebel.
Jessamine's wheat crop will be only
nbout 60 percent of last year's crop.
Rer. A. B. Chinn will teach in
Middlesborough University tuis year.
Six store rooms, a hotel, an opera
house, and ten new residences are be
ing built at Lancaster.
The Record says that Garrard will
have only about half the usual wheat
crop and the drought has largely in
jured the prospects for a corn crop.
Hon. W. R. Ramsey, of London,
who was defeated in the race for At
torney General, is being urged to run
for Congress in the Bloody Eleventh.
Mr. Bryan will come to Kentucky
about September 1 and spend a week
making speeches for the democratic
state ticket and for the election of a
democratic legislature.
Prohibitionists of Kentucky meet
in mass convention at Louisville on
Aug. 1 and 2, to nominate- a State
ticket. Chairman Dickie, of tho Na
tional Committee, and other promi
nent workers will attend.
The Courier-Journal one year ago
said that if the Goebel Bill became a
law, "Then are free elections and
free government at au end in Ken
tucky, and tho Stute given over to au
irresponsible clique of self appoint
ed party managers, not to be recover
ed by tho people short of a political
revolution." What was true of this
law then is equally true of it today.
London Echo,
Tho superintendent of public in
struction has announced that tho per
capita for school purposes for the
coming yoar will be a little over $2.70,
as against $2.40 last year. This will
bo the largest per capita iu tho histo
ry of the State. Herotoforelthero has
bceu a deficit in the school fund at
this period in tho fiscal year, but at
tho begiuiug of tho present month
there was on hand to the credit of the
school fund 1205.000. Thehsarts of
Madison Couuty teachers will be made
glad by this anuouueement.
Pantograph,
RICHMOND, KY.
Yon Want GOOD GLASSES
IF YOU WANT THESi AT ALL.
OlaaKa that are not properly adjusted to yoar
ejrea are actually dangeroui. I know It, and
you ought to know It. I will not attempt to iult
glaaara to your eyea until I know what ! needed.
Eyea examined free.
A Nice line of Novelties in
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Vieica about Berea a specialty.
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