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SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000. Devoted to toe Mu&ti of the Home, School, aid Farm. 00 c a Tea VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1899. NO. IS. The Citizen T. O. PASCO, . KtllTOR and MANAflKH. ruMUbe-lat the office of TUB CITIZliN, Ilorea, Ky. Krttrft al Ike Pmlflr, nl limn. AY, OJ weoa.l nnm mnu-maiirr. A Purpose. Oh, be Iraitfut In your pur"), Nerer (alter, nerer fall. Thli thouM be our onlr motto In tli U world, wher rarea prtnll. lie rewilre.1 In acooiapllib Anrthlne; that God command,, The penult will be all tuutlilnt If we'rtalwara In til liatida. Mar the .iirp In our heart. It at lattlng aa the tra, Her a ble lltenliif brl.htly; Tlieraa atrand of mild we tc. 11 jour aim be bleb aa beaten With the Shepherd aa a fulde, II will waft tou aaielr or To the bright ami happy aide. j.j. Farm Sayings. When the gmuo'-hflg mi hi. ihadder on a certain winter ilar. The apring 'II be a bad uir, Jutt look out; An' ef juu'to err noticed, when the rwwter emwa fr lar The dar light It a romlii', 'tboiit a doubt. The lat).IM II tell Jrou. when the Ant white Innt j-null are. The owl It ant to holler -fnra ..,,,.11 The Jolly little tree U4, a tettln' In hlt tree "i.i ini j. mi awn me raln'a a tolir to fall The chlrkeiu, when hll'a giiln" to rain a hard, .lnrt thower JM hut'le lr a thelter right away Hut they, when hit'. go' to ran ,,ht mi from hour to hour Ulan' on one lalg, and lata hit all the day UAUInx lUkoLli rEIKitirK. IDEAS. (lOOD CHEER. Hare you bad o kindnesi shown t Pass it od. Twas not given for jou alone Pass it on. Lot it trarel down tho yesra, Lot it wipe another's tears, Till in heavon the deed appears Pas it on. There is aorn excitement in a run away marriage, but there is generally more lasting satisfaction in a raatc'i in which the friends of both parties are pleased. Now is th time to got up a pile-of firewood, and put it under cover, in order to make work easy for the good mother when rnin and winter come. Berea College oihmi.h it, fall term today. Student have been very prompt in coming in, and it will prob ably Ihs the largest attenduueo known at this time of year. You are all wel come. Chances for Young Men. There are morechances for student to earn a part of their exitensea while attontling school in tho fall than at any other time, of yoar. There is still n chnuce for a number of young men who may bo eutering tho course which Includes farming, to earn something liko a dollar a week by a few hours work oach day. There is also a chance for some young men in the Normal course to oarn a part of thoir exixnaos by wood sawiug and other out door work. Applicants should bo on hand by next Monday, or Tj'wday. Chances for Young Women. There is more work for students in tho fall, and several more young wo men can earn u good part of thoir exenxes by work if they are on huud by next Monday, or Tuesday. There is n ehunco for two colored girls to earn part of their excuses and receive siH-ciul iiistuction at tho Model House. STATE BRIEFS. Ex-Sdnator Blackburn him a letter from W, J. Bryan, in which the latter expresses the desire toi make iO speeches in Kentucky iu LI) days, beginning in Lexington Oct. 2. Counterfeit half-dollars are iu cir cnhition in Doyle, county. Eight hundred ikiuikU of buss, nowlights, "cuts," and other fish wore taken out of a hole in Dix river last week. ThoTri-Stute Fair is uow a sure thing, 5,000 for expenses having been raised. The fair is to bo held at Hit Cycle Club grounds in Middles Iwro, Out. 6, ti, mill 7. The Muholusvillt Uemoortit has Item i ulmnytsl from an iNghlcoluinu fplio to u five-column quarto. A grout improvement iu looks is tho result, BEREA PERSONALS. Ham llaker haa been rerr 111 th paat week. Mn. Frint retutned from her eacatlon Tliura day. Will Klein wai up Irom Ungford Saturday aol Sunday. C. I.. Ilanaon returned ri.Uy from a fl.lt at I'l'iua, Ohio. (. H. MnTtutt relumed Friday from a wrakt Tl.lt a bit home. K. Uuy Tanktnlcy, of Itklitnoiid, haa entered achnol here again. Dan llreck, the Inmranre agent, wa down from Itlchiaiind WedneaiUy. Data Waruaeut, who haa lwen la lllinolt fur ome lime, la back on a bnilneaa trip, Deputy U. B, Uaralial Short wat up hem from Ml. Vernon WedaeedaramtTtiuradajr, MleaKledlre Paddock rUlled Minn Kuthand Annie Jonea In Cincinnati liefora returning. Hlatea Nora and Uura Ilurdetta wet quite III laat week hut ata much Improved at preaelit. W. (I. Mulllui want home Friday where he lnteii.lt to go Into tho loullry butlneat for a few wrekt. Nr.. r. r. Falrchlld and Mrwra. Hall and W alkrr apent Thurxlay with Mn, A. W. Hart at ton way Mite lialty lUInt returned to her home In Ux Ington WclnaMlay, after a pleataut eUlt at M II, llatntey'a. Mra.J. II. Ohlham left Thurxlay for Xeula.O. where tlie Joint Mr. Oldbam and vltlu there two weeka, Fmm there they go to8t. Iml.. J. farl Fay rame In Ut mek fnim hit turn iner t hiding In the buthe.. and li ft latt Wet Iwt-Itr for I'rlMiia, lllliioU. where, he entera wIhJ. Jilt. Zrllma rrnthaw't brother. Mr. Waller I'rctMiaw, retuniet to hit home In Moiidamln, fowa, Monday after a pleaMtit rl.lt with hla tlilrr here. tjulte a patty of IWrea ile arrlrel Paturdtr I'm. Fmttand Ml.i llooix. imm Oherlln. Mr. and Mn. Kdienunb atid lloraca Caldwell, from Mauaihuaetta. Mlawt Ilatlle Mlnterand SaleofOwtlerCoun ty, and MeMrt.Caldwell fnint Florida. and Kngle. oIJaekMtuiuniy vlllel V. M. Iteynotdi and family Monday and Turatay. II. C. Tlntley returnnt yntenlay from PltU burg, where he i-ut a few daya after traveling through the rwntral part of the Stat, attending tnttltutea aud other gatheriiigi of teacben. Mn. A. T. Ftb aud Mix Mary llanaon went to Cincinnati taat Wcdnmlay topurcbaae millinery gooda. Mlwaa Addle ritli and Knle ltlchardt aoromaule them, All returned yeaterday. bEREA LOCALS. This week we have a new corres pondont from Wallacetou. New from Ogle arrived to Ute this week that wo are unable to use all of it. Alvin Todd recently received a bi cycloas a gift-from friends in tho East. Tho oiwuing of the term enlivens our streets, and brings now business into town. Hon. H. V. Bond of Williams- burg, Ky. has gono to NaTivillo to practico law. Georgo Thomas, while working at Lucas's mill, had his leg broken. Drs. Davis aud Robinson waited on him. Members of the Bereu church are reminded of the prayer-meeting to night, and all strangers are heartily iuvited to attended. E, P. Wbitnoy has purchased fl. L. Walden's interest in The Observer Printing Co. Wellington Observer. Mr. Waldeu is a former student of Berea. Frank Selkirk, a colored boy living near Berea, was tried iu tho Circuit court last week on a charge of cattlo stealing, and given two years in tho penitentiary. A party of students, who have beou here all summer, drove to Kichmoud j yesterday morniug, returning with!" fr "U,!,,'T f T'"1.7 I'TH'?" CtMy ?,s.t,m"tf b? the excursion at 1:22, At the reunion of the 01 1110 nun uuio, ! held at Paiuesvi iiu, w,, 1 rot. u. '. Dodge was electod president of tho regimental organization. Dr. Davis reports the birth of twin girls to Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Lucus last Wednesday. All nre getting along nicely uml Deitot Street wears a broud grin. O. F. IIiiiihou received Montlay, from the Sptviulty Co., of Cincinnati, a Hue "Auburn," built to carry twelve passengers comfortably, and just tho thing for picuics nud mountuiu trips. Tho Friendship Uuptist church ou Silver Creek, will be dedicated Sun day, September 17. Tho dedicatory sermon will lk delivered by Rev. J. I. Wills. Services both morning, and evening, with dinner ou tho grouuds. 1 The public is invited. . , 1 1 1 .1 . I There h ulways hope while theios One Minuto Co'iigh Cure. "An at-1 tuck of pneumonia left my lungs iu oaii kiiupo mm 1 whs ueitr 1110 uiihi Htugesof consumption. One Minute Cough euro oompletuly cured mo." writes Helen Molleury, Hituiiitk, N. I). Gtves iustiiut ruliuf. S.E.Welch, Jr, Until Farther Notice Subscrilxjrs to THE CITIZEN may get also ! The Toledo Blade or Tie Louisville Commercial For 50c a Year. All for $1 00 a year. i Don't Hiss It Gome at Once All subscriptions must come Z through The Citizen. If this issue of The Citizen seems rather hastily edited, wo havo this ex plauation to make. Early Monday morning tho Editor was called toCiu cinnati on business and did not return until Tuesday afternoon, ns tho paer is printed Tuesday afternoon further comment u unnecessary. r. n. . . ij. r.. i timer. Louimon. mo., wns curetl of pil.-s by IJ.t Witt's Witch Hn zel Salve niter suffering seventeen j cars, nun trying over twenty reme dies. Physicians and Surgeons en dorso it. Beware of rlantrerous cotin terfeits. S. E. Welch. Jr. Just as we go to press there comes the sad news that Ray Embree was killod by tho cars in Omaha. No de tails are given but particulars will come later. The lxxly is expected hore in a day or two. Full particu lars will be given next week. The nows caused muclr saduess here, for Ray was a fine young man, and uni vcrsally liked. Oe Witt's Littlo Earlv Risers norma. noniiy cure cnronic constipation, oil lousness, nervousness, and wornout teelinir: cleanse and reirulato the nn tire system. Small, pleasant, never gripe or sicken "famous little pills." S. E. Welch, Jr. A day or so ago W. P. Chapman received official notice from tho Be rea postmaster that a special delivery letter awaited him here. Ho was at Cartersville at the time. Imagine h's disgust after coming home hurriedly, and sooner than he expoctod to find tho letter contained nothing more im portant thau a small amount of mon ey in payment for S. S. supplies. "They ore simnlv itorfect" writes Rob't Moore, of La Favette. Intl.. of nViH'H r.ittl,. Fori ttiur 41 mous little pills" for constipation and ' aii liver aliments, aorer grnw. S. E. Welch, Jr. Satuaday afternoon E. M. Preston aud W. J. Tatum took Will Chasteen to Richmond jail. He was indicted by tho Grand Jury for tho cutting at the Baptist church last weok. There is a good chance for him to receivo a severe sentence and ho ought to get it. "Best on the market forcouehs and colds and all bronchial troubles: for croup it haa no equal," writes Henry r vu:irl o r. r-i r ... it uiiiuiu, u vouaan, ui uno Minute Cough Cure. S. E, Welch, Jr. A newspaper has made its ap pearance at Valley View Argent. It is editod by Mr. J. L. Sowers, who has for several years noted as local eorrespoudonl for city papers, as woll ! Tho paper is democratic iu politics. I It is a ueatly notten up five-column qUurto und jwrtrays the energy of its! editor and the community in which it lms its origiu. I'antagraph, j of intoxicating drinks, falsehood, Sab Chester H. Rrown, of Kalamazoo, ' bath "rMkff ud profanity arc very Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I common, anil the general run of inor cured mo of a severe case of indi-' ality is very low. gition;can strongly recomineud it m n . , . to nil dyspeptics." Digests what you ' Tho .Eldow nr, callel to 8 ou oat without nitl from the stomach, ielr nwons, nud must oboy or risk and cures dyspepsia. S. E. Welch, Jr. ull they hold most dear. They are Former Students. Miss Lida Adams it toaohitig near Vorsallloi. Misses Francis Berry and Martha Adams are teaching near Georgetown, Thomas Berry is teaching at Rock hold. Henry expects to bo iu school this full, Scott county institute met iu Georgetown last week, l'rof. GivotiH. of the State Normal at Frankfort, presided. The meeting wus interest- ing and helpful. " 1 For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, skin diseases und all irritating erup- 11011s, iioiiuug so tsootltiug and heal iug us DeWitfs Witch Huzei Salve. Mis. Eunim Bulk's, Matron Eugle wootl Nursery, Chicago, uys of it: "When all uIko fuils iu healing our babies, it will cure." S. E. Welch, Jr. The Truth about Mormonisra. Tho doctrines held br Mormonism jr .ve it to be nothing less than hoath enisu u:id as directly contrary to Christian. .y .is anything could wel be. They may !e condemned ns fol lows; . The Mormon god was onco a man; Adam is "tho only god with whom we havo to do;" there are niul titudes of gods, male and fetnalo .thoso gods and goddesses are poly gamus, are made of flesh and bones, have every human organ, bear chil dren who havo bodtos, and create worlds aud populate them by natur al generation; this god is not a Trini ty but duality, the Holy Spirit being a substance similar to electricity hence the Mormon gods are "subject to laws of matter," liko a stono. A doc trino more thoroughly false, blasphe mous, pagan aud contrary to the Bi bio could hardly bo conceived, und 1ms never been made oy any system, 2. The doctrine of man is that wo were each born of some ttvo of these polygamous gods, hsd to come to this earth for it iKxly, must pass through this human life, including its sin, iu order that we, especially if wo are good polygamous Mormons, may become gods us above at death. Ac cording to this, lirigliam oung is one of the greatest of Mormon false godd, because he had tiiu most worn eu and children. This is blasphe mous and utterly falso. 3. The doctrine about tin is that it is a necessity, and that Adam aud Eve "rejoiced aud pruisod God be cause they had sinned in Eden 4. About the liible, Mormonism says tnat tnoso are ioois wno say there is only one Bible; and asks "Who knows that eveu ono verso has escaped pollution so as to convey the same sense now tnat it uiu iu tne original t" It holds threo other books to be better than tho Bible, and that tho revelations given now-a-days to its priest make the whole four as noth ing to me," (words of Pres. Woodruff, Brigham Youug, &c.) 5. A to the Mormon Prietthood, the doctriuo is that "by possessing part of God's power they are iu real ity part of UoUI llieir power is such that they have the right to com mand Mormons in their voting, busi ness, religion, home, aud every port of their whole life. This is at onco slavery to tho Mormon nud blasphe- mJ B"mst God, and is treasonable aguiust tree government. Ah tho re suit the Mormon Priesthood controls orory election in Utah as it chooses. G. At to Christian Churches, it holds that there was no true church from about the time of the Apostles till Joseph Smith, all churches but Mormonism beiug preteuders, and their teachers and ministers lying, lucre-loving hypocrites, "and tho wrath of God is kindled against them." 7. t to marriage, they believe today just as ever, that polygamy "is truo as the Lord is true,"(Pros. Suow, May, 'IK)) and practice the belief. Tho character resulting from such doctrine is largely what might lx ex pectod far from the right. It has "ho are in a positiou to know, that ai least 7t per cent of all marriages in the sinallor towns of Utah are com- pulsory Irom immorality. 1 ho uso generally sincere in their delusions; some uro ot rei pectublo cliaracter, but I othors are notj und the (itutements of I none 01 uiem can on trusted, lor the whole system is one of gigantic false-; liooiauaoiK.uiyupiioidsti,e"JUders-' inlyiugforthegoodof Mormonism. Iu four tluys I have crossed the path ot tirce ,Mln u. .uunuuu r.u.rs, cacu oi wnom nan told a tlillereut story us to polygamy, one of them saying in heated discussion, "1 want vou to understand that we will vote Iolygainy into the United States in side of ten yearsl" Those who wish further information klinnlit Kiinil tiki fowl) fnr h mutt-iit of literature giving their doctrines iu ; uiu uiu., iu mn..,. w. .mniij,r iov nu , public street, Cleveland Ohio. i DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR Ladies'. Misses1, and Children's I ; Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. I Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed, i No Trouble to Stiow Gooda ; ; 207 WEST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, KY. n The Berea Monumental Co. The reKXilt of goal work and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the State When jou trant Anything in the monumental line M us know and we will send you designs and prices Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-class. JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids tfature In strengthening and rccon Btructlng the exhausted digestive orr gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Dicnxiuiiuiii;iie,VJuaiiuigia,vyiuiiJo,auu allotherresultaof Imperfectdlgestion. pre para a oy e. c. uewitt aco,cQicaga. 8. E. WELCH, Jit. LEWIS A. DAVIS, ! Medicine and Surgery,! Berea., Ky. a at Residence, Otli. Job Printing Dirt Cheap We are prepared to do all kinds of Job print-ng at very cheap rates. Here are a few sample prices: 500 White envelopes . Si 25 500 Ruled Note Heads . 1 00 500 Ruled Letter-heads . 1 25 500 Bill-heads 13 lines . 1 50 500 Regular Statements . 1 50 500 6x9 Hand bills . . 1 00 500 9x12" " . 1 50 500 Business Lards . . : 25 HV Kill irpny the jndatT on any one of Ut abort ortlmor 50 trnU nln, or o tht tmall hand bill$ vr bwiueu cin, 'St ctnli extra. Or Jar, mtul bt tail or In (uiranrr. H'rife Me Copy I'KR rptnMy. Mad orders carefully attended to. STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. i Al... T I. a At McKw, Jackson couuty, last ; week An8 " " "n'. tleputy jailer, iu the thigh with a SS calber pistol, inflicting a very painful and probably fatal wound. The tlilliculty had no connection with the Ciark aud Hays trouble which entile up two weeks ago. Ex-Judge John C. Chenault, who has been u candidate for county judge, iinuouuces that he will not stand in the way of Judge N, B. Tur- pin, who recently announced his cuu didaoy. It is not likely Mr. Turpin wiH have opposition from his party Untl his nomination will duly follow M, Geu Johll Bo , hv, . , , c0lllllllimler of thu Ko tllck ydvisioni uuittxl coiiftnlerate veterans, becauso of ill health, Gen. Joha B Gorihll m8 nnn0Hnwl the appoint input of J.M. I'oyntz, of this city, us his successor. Gen. I'oyntz will enter uH)ii the duties of his of iici immediately. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a sciou tifio coiniuuiid Imving the endoie nient of eminent physicians uml the niedioul prest. It "tligea iigests what you ?1 "Vi ' l S "j i says u uu rea mm oi imiigtMiiou oi I ten yours' stauillng. S. It. Welub, Jr. 8nvH it oured him i lit a A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. Office on Main Street. In MaonIc Bldjf. upstairs. You Want GOOD GLASSES , , mrrI, ,m irr I YOV WANTTIILM AT ALL, Ulamea that are not propetlr adjutel to jrour eyea are actually ilannrout. I know It. ana j-ou oht to know It. I will not attempt to jult glaanea to roureyca until I know what t needed. f Eyes examined free. .rl Xice line of Xorelties in JEWELRY. 1 T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S LIVERY. H. C JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE nd SURGERY, Office in Prathcr Building, Richmond, Ky. Telephone 103 & 109 E. B. McCOY, Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. OdG, Proprietor. Up-to-Dato Photos. Nothing Bnt The 1 R.ct pinkh at t Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. DtSXTAL SUllGEIi V. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith Jluildiny, Main Street, Richmond, K. Telephone, ltealdence, No Ut, OOtee, No 00. bURTON, The Photographer. IIF.AI.KK IN AMATKUK St'l'I'LIKS Floe Photograph; at Reasonable Prices. Views about Jierea a specialty. ' ! I C MOPfiAN J iTlLf lUll, Dental Surgery, ( Ortce Honrs, v to ti A.M., Ho t l M. National B ink Building Richmond. Kv PATENTS DESIGNS TRADE. MARKS and copyrights OUIAJNtU ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice lu "laeentit Ag" FREE 1UOK "UOW IOOUIUU I'ukUU" Chargtt nuxierale. No fee UU patent la aecured. UttteraatrlctlTconfldentlal. Addreaa. E. G. SICCERS. Paler! Latter, Withlngton, 0. C.