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SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000, Deroted lo (be Interests of the Home, School, and Fan. 60 c a Tear VOL. I. HKKKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 18i0. NO. 14. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, K1HTOH anil MANAOKIL liibliihH ! the otn nt TIIK OITIZHN, Herew, Ky. Mml at the futlDffln nt AVrm, AY, at arroaif rhut maflinatltr. OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side. Reading is a great thine, but it makes a big difference what you read. Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every talc of crime or horror, but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh bors everywhere. For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson; for house wives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors; for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers. The re sources of Bcrea College are not for its students alone. The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State, and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper. Those who arc visited by The Citizen will know what is going on in the world Every week it will tell them something worth knowing. The Citizen is pledged tone party. It is every man s friend. It stands for the things which benefit all temperance, thrift, kindness, enterprise, and education. And wc ask all who believe in these things t r y to suoscnuc ior ihe citizen. A New Poem with an Old Subject. Tav AQAIM. If at nril rou Jo aueraeil, Trr aaln I Ufe la more than Jiut one ilcc4; Trr aa-aln. Nerer atop with what jtou'tc done. More rtmalni than rou have won, Full run lent'a rouchiafe.1 to none; Trr afaln I If j-ou've earned a bit of fame. Try ajalnl Peek a atlll more honored name, Trr again. Hit not down with folded haaji. Cramp not hope wltb narrow bauda: TblTik what proweu life demand! ! Trr again. If rou've won on lower plane. Try ajtalu I Ufe la mora than one campaign; Try again, tvnd jour guidon to the tore. Htrlre to aalxe one atandard more, mill utigalnvd are palm, galore, Try again ' IDEAS. A child in better uttliorn than tin taught. An iusitiuution is often worse than b lie. DoHprne uo limit because of things which hn cannot hflp. Hard work totlity may tuako work easier tomorrow. Chu jou do u bettor thing titan to Hubserifw for The Citizen, ami get your ueigh!or to Hiibscribe? A Chance for You. Bereu College begins with the largest uttumlanco known in a full term, There is still u chance, how. ever for sovernl young men and women to got work for u pttrt of their expenses. All the woik will probab ly be tukeu for the winter. Pick up a littU mouoy and come now and you will gut a place to oarn something. Don't miss it. BEREA PERSONALS. Hlanlrr Pmt tnl tti Olwrlln Hatunlar more-In. Mr. Muift Imi mine I nun IVtittnnlca, (thill) liatk again Mra. T. A. IlhltiMii mid Mm. Jamea llnwlilt tnt Sunday at HitfToM Can,.. A.K. aii.tlMI. Ilrrannr ( Valley View. w here Thiirwlajraml t'rldarof lat mtk. tttxln 8, Kit. CMraahiirx, lul , rUHrd hla rrl thi-alii-rvfrnm Tliumlajr until Monitaj- Mlaa Kllrn llulnrr ami Mra. .Unnl.l. i.f Conna) , wtro lipHatnMar liacln ili-ntal mirk dour Mla Mauil llankliioif I'awnii- Cltjr, Ket., I again In Mhiiollirrr, and llrltia; with livrilitcr. Mn. Marah. i. W. Van Winkle waa fin Ilia .ronram at Hie ttixhrn' avu-lalliii licM lal Caturday at the Ml Oil.! Hum h Jlloxra Itiitli anl Ethrl TihM lift t-atunlajr monilint for Otwrlln, where thcr will loth lie lu mIiwiI Ibe mining jcur. Mr. ami Mm, M, II, Alcorn of lrl Rock, ciitct to tlall Jlrrra thta week, arc the lair, ami vlalt Irltiidtand rrlallrca lu-ie, Harold Hunting: and W. I), Kmbrrc ritto leare nut Morula)- for New Haven, rutin., where tha will cntar Vale fuller,!!)-. Mra. Hubert ltol.in.oii and tnurhllitrvn return ed tuWIneheater Saturday, after a leaat vlalt litre with T. A. ItoMiiaon ami family. I). C. Alrarn of llrlp Ituck, Jakm County, rm-ntlymoTrdhla family bcre Irmn that place in order ui Hare bla children liere In aihool. Tlie Kwera Iwjra were unfortunate i-nouih to U mi a alow train anil mi ilM not make rouneetloua In lime to come to Ilerva Turlajr but arrlted Wednesday. K. M. Ifcwand Hlfe are enjoying a vlalt from Mr. ! rmrtlifi. Ml. Ann Doe. ami bla al.ter, Mlaa Mary IM-.of lUrnwrll, 8. C. Tlirjr will pro UWr wnd the winter here. It. W. Xeely, of CMrairo. brother of John V, Neely, an well known here, fntne In with tlie iruralon Uat week anil iiirtit a few ilaja Tltlt inrnta mother Ilia dt-alluatlon It .Saihrllle. Tenn , where hcexiH-tla tcienlerMtio.il Ihli win ter. Tutor C lletfonl Kayroond left for Olwrlln Mtmday. Mr. Ilaymond pent tb lummer In kanrr of the College extentlon work In the mountain, ao.l ha. ipviil nearly all aumtner thir. lie imwentera utain hla lat leaf In the Theological feejnloary. bEREA LOCALS. No quorum was present at the Town Board meeting last Thursday night, no it was adjourned to Satur day night. A man from Paint Lick was in town Saturday with a madstone which 11. O. Ktchardsou had been testing, It was successful. A few subscriber complain that they do not receive their patxr regu lurly. Postmasters should b careful with papers us well as lettors. One night last week oue of Hazel wood's cows tried to jump over a pick et fence at E. P. Fairchild's, caught one of her hind legs and broke her neck. i. u.ioyie is making (tune a race for County Judge in Jackson county. With his umber business, his politi cal affairs, and pushing the Berea rair, ins bands are lull. Bryson and Iiichardson of Vallev Viow. have purchased a sawmill of It. L. Todd. They will finish sawing Itobinsou and Kidd'a lumber and move the null down on the Kentucky River, at the mouth of Paint Lick Creek. At the close of prayer meeting on Wednesday night, the Bsrea Church voted to grant licence to preach to II. R. Edgooomb, who expects to do work in the mountains this fall, and to F. E. Matheny, who la working a mong mining camps in Wyoming. Last Thursday Richard Boulware. as nsfliguee of Win. Adams, sold at public outcry, two parcels of land about three miles north of Berea. One piece of 68 acres went to J. M. liartatSls per acre: tun other. b'J acres went to Mra. T. A. Ovorloy, at $13. C. M. Rawliiurs recently returned from Owsley countr where he has Iwo u inspecting coal and iron lands. He reports that the county has unlim ited resources that are reallv undevel oped resourcos anil that a fow years will find that section of tho moun tains furnishing it lino nualitv of coal and iron. Mr. Rawliuga is uulto en thusiastic over tho matter and nro- dicts a k'reat future for that section when tho railroad is built. The Toledo Bludo is one of tho motit widely read papers of the day. it nus nun a surprising career lor more than thirty years. It is com monly remarked. "M v father took the Blade," and it is more nearly a house hold paper than perhaps uuy other. I inu Louisville commercial ueais vr rv fullv with Kenttiokv ilnini'n nml during the present eainpnlk'n will be of more interest than over. boo our combination nliYr with these iiapors. Semi money through The Citizen oilico. There's always ho imi while there's Ouo Miuute Cough Cure. "An at tack oi pneumonia lelt my lungs in nuu snane uuu l was uoar tlie llrsl stageHof consumption. One Minuto Cough cure completely cured me." writes Heleu McIIenry, Bismark, N. D. Gives instant reliof. S.E.Welcb, Jr. J Until Forte Notice Suhcril)ors to THE CITIZEN may get also t I The Toledo Blade or Tbe Looisville Commercial For 50c a Year. All for $1 00 a year. Don't Miss It Gome at Once i All subscriptions must come through The Citizen. K13SOLUTION8. Whrreas, Death has removed from us our friend and fellow-student, Ray mond B. Embree, and Whereat, Mr. Embree was for sev eral years a member of Phi Delta Literary Society, and was always loy al and active in his support of tho so ciety; be it lletokeil, That Phi Delta has lost ouo of her most faithful and respected members, one whoso memory we shall always cherish, and be it further Jlttolved, that tlie society extends to tho bereaved family its sincere sympathy in their afliiction. Httoli'fd, that a eopy of these res olutions be sent to the family, that they bo spread upon the society rec ords, and that they bo published in The Citizen. E. A. Ciiapin. II. C. Tinslet. M. K. Pasco Com. L1TBKAHY SOCIETIES. The literary societios for meu met as usual last Friday night in their re spective rooms. Phi Delta met in Phi Delta Hall with Vico-Pres. Racer in tho chair. Officers were elected as follows: Pres., J. M. Racer; Vice-Pres., W. A. Battle; Cor. Sec, E. A. Chapin; Roc. Sec.. E. R. Embree: Treas., A. E. BeattyjS.nt A., M. K. Pasco: Member of Literary uoan.1, J. J. unapin. Several visitors were present and the enthusiasm was good. Alpha Zeta met in No. 17, and elect ed as officers: Pres W. II. Hum phrey; Vice-Pres., F. Ewere; Rec. Sec., W. B. Beatty;Cor.Sec., P. F.Shrock; Treaa., R. E. Paddock; Critic. J. E.' Ewers; S. at A., C. M. hito; Chons- ter, O. II Palmer; Board of Directors, W. A. Hubbard. R. S. Beard, J. M Combs. Beta Kappa mat in No. IS, and olected. Pres., E. B. Chauey: Vice Pres., C. D. Davis; Rec. Sec., Robert Short; Cor. Sec., L. W. Boatty ; Treaa., Stanley Van Winkle; S. at A., O. R. McNutt; Member of Literary Board, C. A. Borger. Great enthusiasm was shown here and nine members were voted in. FOKMEIt STUDENTS. Will Klein goes to Center College again. Harley Racer is attending High School at Hamilton, O. Higham and Toah are attending Moody's School at Mt. Hermon, Masa. O. W, Pow is time-keeper and pay master for a firm of contractors work ing at Adaips, Mass., at present. Miss Esther F. Dodge, ex '97, has received a call to teach in the seventh grade of the public schools at Akron, Ohio. Of last year's graduating class, Hunting nnd Embree go to Yale, Neely and Miller go to Ann Arbor, and Fay to Champaign, 111. Joseph Dodge, a student in 1895, was-ongagod last yoar in teaching, but has passod the civil service ex amination at Alexandria, Va., at tho head of the list, and may eutor the government employ. Miss Roso Kemp, a Beroa studont, who is teaching nt Leadfortl, Ky., is tho first colored person to obtain first class certificate iu Harlan Coun-j ty, and is winning the coufidouce audi esteem of all her pupils. K. H. Woodford, '95, has become1 a fixture as head of tho Industrial School at Manassas, Va. The school i has a now boys' building ready for, occupancy tins fall. Tho teaching i istrucforaauda force cousists of four iust matrou, aud tho outlook for the insti- tutiou is bright. Mr. Woodford has just sent in his subscription for the The Citizen. "Ooye and do likewise." "Boat on the market for coughs aud colds aud all bronchial troubled; for croup it has no equal," writes Henry R. Whitford, S. Cauaau. Ct., of One Minute Cough Cure. S. E. Welch, Jr. UAYMOND II. EMKItEE. Our community was irrnntlv nlirwlr. od nnd nuddened last Tuesday evening ny news ot uto tieain oi our lollow student Ray Embree. Details were meaner at first, but each suc ceeding day brought moro nows until tho laxly came Saturday. Tho facts, as far as can bo learned, nro us fol lows : About one year ago Ray went to Wyoming to work on a sheep rench Iwlonging to his brothers-in-law, Messrs. liathbtm and Miles, in hopo that his health would bo im proved by the change of lifo and oc cpnatiou. A few days before tho ac cident ho started to Omaha with a traiuload of sheep to sell. Several men wore with him to help cam for tho sheep until sold. When at Papil lion, ten miles from Omaha, tho train was Jiut on the siding to wait for somothing, but tho craw did not know what. Tho day lieforo Ray had been in Omaha and had sold threo loads of sheep, and was only waiting to go into tho city to sell tho rest. About Bix o'clock last Tuesday morning ho stepped out of tho caboose and went to inspect tho sheep. Tho siding was located very near n sharp curve, and while Ray was about the center of a car, suddenly tho fast mail dashed around the curve. It was behind time and was running at high speed in order to make it up. The rest of the story is not very clear, but it is supposed that Ray tried to jump across the track in front of the train, fearing to remain where he was on account of the very narrow space between tho tracks, and because of tho tremendous auction which a fast train produces. Tho engineer knew ho hail killed someone so backed his train to tho station and telcgraph'ed to head quarters, at tho same time inquiring of the meu on the freight. They hurried back, and fouud he had been instautly killed. To strengthen the theory that he tried to jump the iracu, u was iotiua mat be was thrown to the side opposite the stock-train. His relatives in Salt Lake City were informed, and Mr. Rathbun. his sister, started Tuesday nioht to nt lenu me oouy nere. ine oilier sistor. Mrs. Ida Miles, desired verv much to come also, but tho illness of her baby a.l L flil I . l iJievemeu u. jirs. nawiuun arnveu . a a saiuraay anu ine luueral services were held m the Chapel, Sunday, at 3 P. M. The sermon was delivered by Rev. II. J. Derthick. with remarks by Bro. Fee, Pres. Frost, Harold Hunt ing, and Will D. Candoo. The floral decorations were many and very beautiful, some of the flowers coming from Yellowstone f ark friends, where Kay had been just before starting East. Every- one aeemeu anxious to show tne res pect and love with which Ray was regarded here, for he was universally beloved. The following sketch of his lifo was read at his funeral by Rev. Derthick. Raymond Burritt Lmbreo was born iu White Cloud, Kansas, September 17-1877. His earlv years were spent in the West. At tbe age of thirteen he came to Berea for a brief time. Then the family removing to Penn sylvania, his stay there waa only un til after the death of his father in the fall of ninety-one. The rest of his lifo waa spent in Berea until he went to Wyoming a year ago. At the age of thirteen he made profession of faith in the Lord Jesus and united with the church here. On leaving Berea year ago he had completed the aophmore year of his college course. Throughout his col lege life he was a strong factor in the athletic department of tlie school and a member of Phi Delta liteary society and of the Y. M. C. A. In a recent letter to his mother ho expresses himself thus: "Well, mother, I am rjuito well in body md I think iu spirit, too. You know I never was much of a talkocou this subject and never laid auy claim to especial goodness, but I feel tho beauty of Christianity more out hero than I ever did iu Berea. Of course, you know that most of the men hero are not believers iu, or nt least, not followers of God, but I think you need have no fear for me iu that way, for among such men ouo can see more plaiuly how much more there is for h Christian to live for. I don't menu to say that I think this lifo is an ideal one for a Christian to live, but I think i i there is no immediato dantrer in it if i nut linn tilt riirltt iirinpmlfi4 " Ray is just twenty-two years old today, (Sunday), Chester II. Brown, of Kalamazoo, jiieii., says, --nouoi uyspe(.sia v. ure ; cured me of a severe case of indi- ar .1. l rx , n gestiou; can strongly recommend it to all dyspeptics." Digests what you w,t wituoiit aid from the stomach, ttU(1 uur0!i ,JP8P4,n- S- E- WolcMr. ,faiu Monday night was very ccptable, for we needed it badly. For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, skin disoases and all irritating erup tions, nothing so soothing aud heal ing as DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Mrs. Emma Holies, Matrou Etigle wood Nursery, Chicago, says of it: "When all else fails Tu healing our babies, it will cure." S. E. Welch, Jr i! DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. it J m FOR Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. KTo Trouble to Show Goods 207 WEST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, KY. The Berea Monumental Co. The retult of ood tcork and reasonable prices is that toe now have customers in all parts of the State When you Kant Anything in the monumental line IjcI us knoic ami ire 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 DIacsts what you cat. Itartlflclallydlgeststhefood and aids! Nature In strengthening and recon. strutting the exhausted digestive or-1 gans. It is the latest discovered digest j ant and tonic. Ko other preparation, can approach It in efficiency. It In-' Btantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence. Sour Stomach. Nausea.' 8lclcHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and allnMiarraeul'aof ImnorfortrllirPBrfnn. Prtpartd by E. C. DaWItt A Co, Chicago. 8. E. WELCH, Jit. LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Berea, KZy. Ofiiie at Residence. Job Printing Dirt Cheap We are prepared to do all kinds of Job printing at very cheap rates. Here are a few sample prices: 500 White envelopes . $i 25 500 Ruled Note Heads . 1. 00 500 Ruled Letter-heads . 1 25 500 Bill-heads 13 lines . I 50 500 Regular Statements . 1 50 500 6x9 Hand bills . . 100 500 9x12" " . 1 50 500 Business Cards . . 1 25 11V vill prrpny the pntAaQt on any ov 0 thf abort order for 50 emit tztra, or m the mail hand Intlt or tnulteu mrdt, Vi rente lira. Or dart mutt be paid for In adranct. H'rie Me Copt 'BX J pMWv. Mail orders carefully attended to. STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. "Thev are simnlv perfect" writes Rob't Moore, of La favette, Ind of DeWitfs Little Early Uisers, the "fa mous little pills" for constipation and all liver ailmonts. Never gripe. S. E. Welch, Jr. Berea Fair is this week Friday and Saturday. E. E. Turner, Com nton, Mo., was cured of pils by DeWitt's Witch Ha zel Salve after suffering seventeen years, nnd trying over twenty reme dies. Physicians and Surgeons en dorse it. Beware of daugerous conn- terfeits. S. E. Welch, Jr. There has boeu some sickuoss here recently, as a result of tho chauges of temperature. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers perma nently cure chronic eoustination. hil . " ' lousnoss, nervousness, ami woruout findimr: cleanse and reirulato the eu tire svs'tem. Small. rT easant, never urine or sicken "famous littlo nills." S. E. Welch, Jr. , Richmond Military Baud has been i engaged to play at the Fair. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scten tiflu compound having the endone ment of eminent physicians aud tho medical press. It "digests what you eat" and positlvoly curea dysjpsia, M.A. Ronton, Bloomiugdale, Teuu., says it cured him of indigestion ot ten years' standing. S. E. Welch, Jr. A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Bcrea, Kentucky. Offlot on Main Street, In Masonic Did?, arwtaln. Yon Want GOOD GLASSES TV .rnTT wakt tttfu AT ALL, 1 UU WAJ1 12iM,MAl AJJLi, I Glanea that are not properly adjusted to your I trn are actually danrerous. I know It, ana I you outht to know It. I will not attempt to ;ui l?!aea to your eyea until I know what 1 needed. Eyea examined free. A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY. T.A.ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S. H. C JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Office In Prtthtr Building, Richmond, Ky. Teltpaoee 103 4c 109 E. B. McCOY, Dentist, Berea. Kentucky. CENTER STREET . ART GALLERY C. I. 0QQ, Proprietor. Up-to-Date Pbotos. Nothing Bat The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices; DENTAL SUliOERY. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith Iluildimj, Main Street, ' Richmond, Ky. Telephone, ltealilenea. No 0, OBIce, No AO. BURTON, The Photographer, UKAI.EH IN AMATEUR SUrFLItdi Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. Views about Jierea a sjecialty. J. C. MORGAN, IDentaJL Surgery, OJlce Hours, S to li A . M. I tot I', M, National Bank Building Richmond, Ky. PATENTS DCSICHf TRaK.aURKS AM) CSPtltlHIS OillAMlB ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY I" II PI" Book "How to obtain 1'aUnU" Plltt Oharat modtraU. NofaaUllpaUollaaacond. Lattara atrtctly confldanuaL Addraa. t. 0. WmttS, T&M Lawar. WaatWfe. C.