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SUBSCRIBE TODAY WLbKLY MMM The Citizen. Circulation, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 50 c t Year VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 1, 1899. NO. 16- The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, I'.IIITOIl ami MANAdKH. rutllibcl at odlw ol Till: OITI.HN, Ilorca, Ky. Kuteml of the tSfl-nffitt at Jlnra. AY, M trcmvt riiw ntnUmattrr. IDGAS. Ono way to prosper is to keep fow er dogs nritl moro sheen. Ah tho weather grows colder wo must clolho onr children bettor, and uot keep them out of nchool. IfH moij in not In somo rospects ahead of his father It in a discredit to thctu Iwth. Ho sure and rend tho story on our last pago it Is an Interest! ntf tin a dlniouovol, and as full of truth an a chapter of tho Bible. There la still a chanco for a foir more young men to work two or threo hours a day on tho farm while attend ing the Col lego. The Wide World. While tho Cubans nro complaining about tho action of Oon. Ludlow, the Military Governor of Havana, in vir tually placiug tho city under martial law because of tho threatened strike of tho laboring elornunt there, thoro is no doubt that the action was justified by tho aituntiou. A genend strike in Havana would seriously retard tho pmgrtwi of organizing tho insular government. It would cripple many Industrie, and create diwentionB, which would l)o alow in healing and piny havoc with tho work of regene rating Cuba. Tho agitator who nro Iwhind the demand for uu eight hour working day, earoinothlug for the or soiiuI results of their efforts, and are doubtlma influenced in their actions unpolitical reasons. Tho present military government will not permit the iKwr to. be made martyrs of in order to help the claims of some small-fry Cuban jwliticians. Filipino InHiirtronlH IlItl'M ntfnnlfrwl the American lines from Imu to Bacoor. Nothiug will come of the conference between Gen. Otis and Aguiualdo'a representatives. Gen. Oils cables that the onemy'a sole ob ject is to secure the recognition of tho insurgent government. Oct.2,18W).The Boom killed 37 Britifth soldiers and are eager to carry on tho fight. Within a month or no 10,000 Amer ica!! troops ought to roach Manila. If Aguiualdo is really opening negotia tions for peace it ia creditable to his prudencoand knowlodgo of coming conditions. NATIONAL NEWS. Five years' oxperience with woman suffrage has so gratified thopoople of Colorado that the Legislature has adopted joint resolutions formally ndvisiug all tho other States in the Union to adopt it as tending to the advuncomont of a higher uud better social order. Wkuers Famous Band. Tho fa mous Weber Baud will offer somo od dities during its engagement at the Lexington trots, Oct. J to H, uud will play selections with variations for ul iiuwt every instrument, which will demonstrate tho perfection of the band individually und iu the ensem ble. Most of these numbers nro be yond the ability of ordiunry bands, and will surely enthuso tho audience. -Register. Cummings, Cal. T. (5. Pasco. Dear Sir: En closed you will find 50 ceuts for which please send mo The Citizen for ono year. Wo are glad to seo the new pajer from Berea and through this medium hopo to hear moro of the dear friends in Keren, und ouco in Bore'u College, that wo remember ho well. Oiirraneh sent 11,000 jwunds of wool und 200 heiul of cattle to San Francisco market this Spring Havo boon riding iu tho saddle constantly everyday for two weeks. Iu this lifo wo also realize what wo weio taught iu our college days, "uo ex. cellenco without gioat labor". Yours most' truly, Howard S. Fee. Personals and Locals. Burdetto'fl Mill in busy. The Mormon Article will bo eonlin ued noxt week. Ernest Todd Is doing n good photo business at Wagcnivillo. Mr. D. F. Whito expects to attend nchool at Knoxvlllo. Ilov. Elliot, Blatn Evnngolist of tho "Christian Church," visited Boron on Sunday. Mr. Ogg visited friends in Lau rel and Clay counties and took agront many pictures. The Citizen will havo one of tho best olliccs in tho statu when wo get into the Hanson Building. Tho foundation for tho President's house waa finished Thursday by Tlco Gabbard. C. F. Hanson has a gasoline light iu tho livery stable. The light is a great success. Prof. Wilson, a former teacher iu Beroa College, has given up music and expects to tako a course in Pharmacy. Tho upper story of the Hanson Building will bo partitioned off into offices in front and a court room in the rear. Rov.and Mrs. Dorthick and Miss Embreo were in Richmond Thursday. George Pow will le back in the winter. Faculty club met Friday night and was ontcrtained by Prof. L. V. Dodge who told of his experienced in tho army. Mr. Kindred from Miind Bear Knob, who was visited by the Moun tian Day Excursiuists Saturday, spent Sunday in town. Tho "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J. Kirkmau, Bello Rive, 111., says, '.'After aufferiug from BrouchinI or lung trou ble for ten years, I was cured by Ono Minuto Cough Cure. It ia nil that is claimed for it and mpre," It cures coughs, colds, grippo, and all throat and luug troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. Rev. ang Mrs. Dorthick, Mrs. Gould, and others are taking dinners ut the Ladies Hall, which is unus ually popular this term Thoi.L. Houtt, graduate of Bereu, expects to attend Gammon Theolog ical Seminary at Atlanta, graduating in May 1900. Mrs. Jennie Elliott, of Wallaeeton, is recovering from a seigo of typhoid fover Dr. Cornelius and Miss Mollie Settle, of the Hospital were in attend ance. Messrs. Chas. Reynolds, Elder aud Morris arrested William Williams of Clay County for stealing a horse. A reward of ROwn out for him. J. W. Neely expects to take a course in Pharmacy at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. His ad dress is 709 N. Uuivereity Ave., care of W. S. Parker. Through the inadvertence of the V. W. C. A. ladies, a certain article by thorn borrowed, mot with an un happy accident -"contaminated by unholly touch." Tho Y. W. C. A. has been enjoying tho visit of Miss Cora X. Crosby, tho Houthern secretary of the Young Women's Christian Association, on Monday uud Tuesday of this week. Miss Crosby addressed tho girls sev eral times and has left behind her a great deal of enthusiasm for tho work nud inanr pleasant memories of her- Hlf. Prof. 15. G. Dodgo ontortniued a goodly number of friends last Thurs day night with photographs of old world architecture uud famous paint ings. Tho eveuiug was on joyed by all who were there. Mr. John Vuudorpool of Xew York City, camo to visit Berea ou Friday, having seen our quartette of Chau tauqua, she expressed great iuterost iu tho work, purchased several homo spun bed-covers, und loft a small gift to tho student aid fund. Tho improvements in tho Nichols House, which is to be a headquurters for teaching sowing ami cooking, uro nearly complete. "It did me moro good than any thing I ever used. My dyspepsia wus of months' stutiding; after eating it wiw terrible. Now I urn well," writoa S. H. ICocuer, Hoisiugton, Kan., of Kokol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you oat. S. 12. Welch, Jr. ' A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for thfe Fall and Winter Season in Men's! and Boys' Fine Stylish, Made CLOTHING I YK ureprciHinil to rlotli joi wllh the lament (irlml, rlglitljr mailc. atnoltiteljr " ll i)l( lnlhlnlii America. ItlRlitly mmle, an It Is of fmnnii- "Vital" Ilmnd thoonljr rcmljr-to wtur CliitlilnTllnrcl rm ailrlrlljr wlditlflc ltli In 1cii. well militated workmomv I'erfcot fitting ami irr ml.tliiR, ttinuv the IniMe, the -Vitals' Hie very life- of the garment I larifiilheai in making ripfifiit the i t x-iiillture ill time ami Ihoiight, ami It a ilechM rontnxt to the tailoring nvn In iirtlliiarr reailjr lii-wmr Clothing. The Fabric that we !inw are the very iiniot ileolgtu that will hoHt'ii Ihta ijn. Many conflncl rxelutlvrly to in, In the face nf the lirc ft. The IivmI extraordinary Iraluri. comMrilng our great oflVr l, that c inn ami ilo Mil our I'tothliix at LESS MONEY w Than elww here, How can wre afford to acll inch high-grade Clothing for leu money than elxwhcre? Our amwer la nure anil rlmple; (lun la a molern More, conilrucliil Mrltfly on rotrrlrc lan, onr Clothing l anM on the tmallcit manrln of profit, depending on a larga volume or luiilnrai. The more Clothing Me aell, the greater ourpurchairfngKiwfrthlowfrour.rIcr, lhat'ithc ,,"T" nnl-nhell. COVINGTON A TESTIMONIAL. Bebea.Kt., Sept.'2fl,lMK). Mutual Resebve Fend Life Association, New York. Dear Sirs: . , V imvH this dav received through your agent, Mr. J. V. Chaney of this place, your check for 5JOU, balance Hue on jwncy -o. .u.Hn, held liv our son James W. Ames, deceased, S!0O having Immmi voluntar ily advanced to us hooii niter ms ueaui, none of which according to the terms of the contract would to due lor about (iO days yet. Wo desire also to express our grat itude for the courtesy and considera tion granted to us, nud for tho prompt ness with which this claim has been adjusted and paid, and it will bo our pleasure at any time to recommend the Mutual Reserve Fund Lifo Ass'n to our neighbors and friends who ui;fy desire economical and reliable insur ance. Very Truly Yours, (Signed.) Geo. Ames, Malissa Ames. MEETING FOR BEREA COLLEGE. Speerhnliy Jiulge (lixxlloe, Squire .Settle. Sqalr lUker. Mra. Erly. ml Other. This meeting, held Sunday evening, wits not ns largoly attended as it should havo Iweu, but was one of great interest and enthusiasm. After singing, scripture reading by Rev. Palmer, aud prayer by Rov. Derthick, President Frost introduced tho subject by saving that God had wrought great things through this school. This very day in one thous and churches former Beroa students havo been preaching, teaching, and sincine tho Gospel, and in ten thous and homes there has been light and joy because of Berea. The object of the college is to holp every body. Tho college still needs teachers with hearts full of love, citizons who will make good homes for students, and a large permanent incomo. With all tho endowment the college already has many thousands of dol lars have to be raised every year for current expenses, The new endow ment will iu largo part meet theso needs. Dr. Pearsons will give 550,000 moro provided $160,000 are raised trom others uy aiarcn i, imw. Ouo thousand dollars came Friday from Rev. Chus. F. Dole, who receut - ly visited Berea. and who gives it out ol a legacy ot so.uiai which no nn just inherited. Such gifts make our endowmeut a ery sacred fund. This makes $,TO.0OO alreadv secured. Tho President aud his wife will i both devote themselves to this work I till tho entire Hum is raised. Helping , Bereu o help ounelves,our neighbors, i our country, and tho cause of Christ. Judge Goodloe gave a most noble aud eloquent address, and no brief ro- I Until Farther Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZEN may get ulso I tub Toledo Blade or i! The Louisville Commercial ;; !! en i;, For 50c a Year. All for $1 00 a year. i Don't Miss It Come at Once All subscriptions must come through The Citizen. W & MITCHELL port can do justice to its merits. Ho showed tho placo of education in hu man progress aud tho benefits, finan cial as well as spiritual which Berea confers, aud drew n striking picture of what th.t region would bo without Berea. Ho declared that Berea oives THE BEST EDCCATION- FOR THE JIOXEV OF ANT SCHOOL IX THE LAND. Wo greatly regret that his steech was uot written, or taken dowu in short hand for publication, for Judge Goodloe is a man whoso words are weighty and worthy of remembrance. Sfpiire Baker, whose largo family Btructing the exhausted digestive or havo been educated at Berea, spoke i 8ns- llai latest discovered digest ,., .. , . ,. ant and tonic. No other preparation of tho disappearance of tho prejudice approach It in efficiency. It In that on co existed agaiust Berea, and , stantly relieves and permanently cures affirm,..! that if he had an inheritance ; , , . . , .i oi $uuo, no woum rejourn iu gnu $1000 to such u work as that of this College. His remarks did not lose in interest from being impromptu. Squire Settle read a very able pa per on Berea and the educational needs ol this region, which will Iw printed in some future number of Tub Citizen. Mrs. Early gave a beautiful tribute to the College, and pictured the needs of tho mountain people, and Mr. Early followed iu tho same lino. Tho last address was by Mrs. Frost who starts tomorrow for Cincinnati to bo gone perhaps for many weeks, aud who said she was thankful for tho interest aud prayers of her neighbors, and thankful that she was to expend her efforts for so irood a cause. Tho interest became intense as she was speaking, and there were tears to many eyes, aud a gentle murmur of applause as she sat down. There woro prayoreby Mr. Osborne, Mr. Teeter), and Mrs. Hill. Some words about Berea's great benefactor will be of interest. Pearsons' New Pledge Everybody is interested in Dr. D. K. Pearsons, the great friend of odu- I cation who is doing so much for tho ; young i.eoplo of this region. He was 1)0ru ; tle mountains of Vermont in -1820, aud became interested in Chris tian education through acquaintance 1 ivttli MWv T.vnn. t wvcolleRiH, through which ho 1 noil) young neopie 10 an euueauou 1 II I... T ill me iiouui lie tteit-vieu uereii A 1. Illwll llv .t9.vl III t'u, mill 111UM.1 uin , "When Berea will raise 1 I o- ? , $150,000 for endowment, I will add 'J sis Ir I iimko this gilt to all lm- lit v and esiKHiially to the Invnl I iwfml. nf tliiiriii mntiiilnlliH " t"wl - This money has now beeu raised, utl when it brings in interest the The Berea Monumental Co. The remit of good icork und reatonable prices i that we wiw have cmtomers in all parti of the State When you mwt Anything in the monumental line us know and we will tend you design 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 HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Ky. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature In utrentrthenlncr and rnvin. yancpsia, inaigesuon, rieariDurn, jiaiuiencc, sour siomacn, Nausea, Sick ncadache,Gastralgia,Craraps,and all other results of Imperfectdlgestion. , prpara ty e. c. d.wiu ace cijieaao. S. H. WliLCII. Jit. LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Berea., Ky. Oflico at Residence. Job Printing Dirt Ch ap We arc prepared to do all kinds of Job printing at very cheap rates. Here are a few sample prices: 500 White envelopes 500 Ruled Note Heads 500 Ruled Letter-heads . 500 Bill-heads 13 lines . 500 Regular Statements . 500 6x9 Hand bills . 500 9 x 12 " " 500 Business Cards . Si 25 1 00 1 25 1 50 1 50 1 00 1 50 1 25 II V trill J'tiwy thr juvlagr o any one qf the ahore itntertor .7) cent m, or on the $mnll hamt bIU$ r butlmu mrrf, "i efnU tttra, Ordert Miul be paid for In adrnxce. Write tlie liy VER flaMy. Mail orders carefully attended to. STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. College will huve some sure income. He now writes (April '911) that ho is so well pleased with what Berea is do ing that he will do the name thing again I I In this way Berea will bo made ublo I to carry out its great plaus for help ing all young people toward nn edu ' cation. 1 He is not willing to help any ex ! cept those who help themsolves. Again and again he nays, "Every stu dent must pay something -he must show that ho values 1111 education. It does no good to furnish u free lunch." There will soon be a million young men mid young women who will ho happier and more useful because of what Dr. Pearsons has done. Dr, Peursous nlways selects for himself tho colleges which ho will ,wd doiw for is useless for others to hen the uews of what he Berea appeared an army of collego presidents started for Chi- .,. n n.. ... 1 ..r.. to say No ! Eat plonty, Kodol Dvsnepsia Curo will digest what you eat. It cures all 1 tortus 01 uyspepsia aim stoumeii trou- suys, "It relievetl mo from tho start nud cured mo. It is now my ever lasting friend." S. E- Welch, Jr. "JENNES MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc 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 Wat Main St. RICHMOND, KY. A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. Office on Main Street, In Masonic Illdg. upstairs. Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT Til KM A T ALL. M , Rri. ot , ,d)a,t t0 T0r 2" Tkf?Jtf!LTO.n.l,A, j sliuc to your eyc until I know what 1 needed. eyes examined trvr. A Nice line of Novelties in JEWKLRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S LIVERY. H. C JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Offle In Prithtf BuMne, Richmond, Ky. Telephone 103 & 109 E. B. McCOY, Dentist; Berea, Kentucky. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. OGG, Proprietor. Up-to-Date Photos. Nothing Bat The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. DENTAL SUJtGEHY. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith Jittllding, Main Wreet, JiMnnond, Ky. Trlriilume, Ilrnlilrnrr, No O;, Office, No 00. bURTON, The Photographer, UKAI.KK IN AMATKlIlt SU1TI.IKS Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about llerea a upecialty. J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, Ojfice Hours, X to U A. J., I to SJ M. Natiouul Bauk Building Richmond, Ky. nEMTS- T T T DESIGNS TRADE.MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS UBIAINtU ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY FREE Noticu la " luvi-uuve Aktf " Hook "How to obt&lii l'ulenU" Charjtt moderate. Wo fee U1I patent la tecored. LettcnttrlcUr confidential. Addreu, E. 0. SIGCERS, Patent Liitr,Wllhlngtoa, O.C.