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ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer
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JTK are prepared to cloth you with thc Lowcatprlccil rightly made absolutely
allwool Clothing In America Rightlymade M It li of Jamotii Vitals llrand
4 llio only rcadytowcar Clothing Tailored on a strictly tclcntlflc basis In clean well KQ
ventilated workrooms 1crfcct lilting and wcarmUtlug because the Inside the
I Vital V the very life of the garment li carefulness In making represents the ex j
i ivndtturo ol time and thought end It a decided contrast to the tailoring seen In M
onlluary readytowear lothlng The Fabric that we Dhow arc the very newest
1 derlgni that will be seen Hits ecaMin Many confined exclusively to ni In the face of
r I the above facts The most extraordinary feature combining our groat oiler Is that we Kf
can and do sell our Clothing at
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Than elsewhere 1I0w can we aflbrd to sc11 such hlghgrado Clothing for less money A
than elsewhere Our answer Is pure nnd simple pure In a mo < lcru store constructed D
strictly on progressive plans our Clothing Is sold on the smallest margin of profit W
l a depeiidhiK on a large volume or busintw The more Clothing wo cell tho greater rfA
our purchasing loner the lower our prices than the story In a nutshell N
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oOc a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year
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VOL 11 UEKHA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 HID > NO6
THE CITIZEN
C REXFORI RAYMOND Editor
Iublltliul il the office of
Till OITlUN Huron ICy
Ihltrrtt at Uu loll ofCe at sane Ay at second
dais 1tIoWtfj
IDEAS
Ho that IH Hlothful in his work JH
brother to him Hint is n great vnst
or JHMt
Nwor bornto tlio town you live in
If you dont like it cither help to
Make it bettor or move
Tho man Hint troops tho Sabbath
and brings up bin children to attend
Sundayschool and intuiting regular
ly donbluu his prosixcta of 11 happy
old AgO
Notice how much Tho CITIZIW gives
you for lose than one cent a trend
President Frost preaches at the
Uaptisl Church in Boron Aug 12th
Uupeiil the noel of Election
Liiw nuil ruliuUu the nieii the t
in ado It
FOREIGN
Qonnnny is ntilTeriug from cold
weather and moot storms
Most of the Chinese lesidnntB of
Gurinouy have loft that country
Mount AzuinaJupan is in eruption
and JOO people aro killed or injured
Boon made a flerco attack on
1t
British near Heidelberg Sunday but
wow hlnltn off
Latest re > orta from China coining
through Cliiniso sources are that the
fornignera at 1okin are ull aliro nut 1
art about to hUrt for Thou Tsiu under
escort United Stntos will mediate
on conditions Hint ininwtorw ho de
livered at Hwjwrt
During tho wook various repor I
havu oome from Cliinn concerning tho
lots of the foroign ra in Pekin but
it Is gonorHlly Ixli v0d that till inns
ware took place The allies lifter
heavy low wiptnrwl Tit > u Tsin July
19 China IIHH np > eilxl to Imneo
and to the United SUioa to help OR
tnbliek panco War te deoUred boo
twean China and ltu tin Sixty mis
Btaimrta 3JHl one hundred imlire
GhrtotimiB are said to lane been mite
snored at Tai Timn
NATIONAL
Smallpox Is reported prtmlont at
Onpe Xoino
Two li u ml red insurgents and 12
Americans killed in the Philippines
lust week
Amnesty resolutions hnvo been sent
to Aguinaldo and his reply is ex
petted within a month
Dunn reports signs of improve
ment in trade The wheat crop
amounted to 510000000 bushels and
corn and outs show iininoiiso yield
Tho Citizens Committee of St
Louis exj > ect to hold sevenil mass
meetings to protest against tho con
tinned street railway strike and ho
c ott
KENTUCKY
Wheat crop in Kentucky said to bo
the best for thirtyfive years
Caleb Powers is ntundiug his trial
well Tho week has been consumed
in hearing witnesses but them has
been no now developments yet
ISxGor WO Bradley declines to
bo a candidate for congress in the I
eighth district and it is probable I
that Hon George M Dnvisou will be I
nominated I
II
nominatedDemocratic I
Democratic convention at Lexing
ton July 111 Ilcckham was norm
Haled for governor and three import
ant changes in tho Gocbol law wore
recommended
nocotnmolldedThose
Thoso who lit o on farms are liablo
to many accidental cuts burns and
bruises which heal rapid Iwhen
Mallards Snow Linamcnt is prompt i
ly IIpplioclrico 25 and fiOcls1
S E Welch Jr
Tho Loxington Horse Show Fair
and Carnival at Lexington Aug 11
18 Excursion r idea on nil railroads
No feature is omitted by tho Lex
ington horse Show Fair and Carni
val Aug 1318 Premiums for every
thing every kind of stock Excursion
rates
Locals and Personals
Praise God for tho ruin
Prof Clay Herrick has u won I
Mrs ErastiiH Spence IH quito sick
Jack liurnam spent Sunday in Gin
c1l1l1ntiI
cinnntiMrs
Mrs Lizzie Durko is visiting in thoI
country I
Mrs Jane Estridgo is visiting in 1
Clay couutyI
Mary Diggs died last Tuesday of
consumption
Mrs Dan Baker of Cnrtcrnvillo
ICy is in tho city
Mrs J M Wood leaves today for
tier home at Lexington
Fred M Judson is again at his
caso in tho printing ollico
The dates for tho Boron fair have
not been fully decided upon
Quito u crowd from Korea spent
Saturday at Mallory Springs
W D Smith and Willie Earl ar
rived from Chicago lattt week
Miss Minnie Koch of Cincinnati is
visiting tho Misses Richardson
J L ltawlingsof Burning Springs
was in town last week on business
Thin judgment against dividing or
abolishing Berea scents to bo decisive
Mrs Julia Hunting is attending
tho London Ky Institute this week
1Mrs Nancy Ogg who has been ill
for several months is not expected to
live
rJ E Williams of Gcrtnnntown
Ky has been visiting his wife this
week
Rev Henry and Mrs Dorthick left
ft
yastenlay for a visit with relatives at
Mantua Ohio
Mike Reynolds T Aund E L
Robinson went to Cincinnati on the
excursion Sunday
Quito n crowd greeted Roy John
Dodwell of Florida at Slate Lick
Sunday afternoon
Miss Hobecca Yates died Wednes
daymind was buried in the Boron
cemetery Thursday
n1artuss doftiring copies of the Lox
ington Fair dialog mny got them
by culling It this office
J1V Stevwts and MiM mla Chas
ton atteuda halts at J C Ann
sarongs Saturday night
Mrs Mattio McCnnuick of Paint
Lick and Jiniuie Wallace of Point
Loavull aro at Slate Lick
Mm B C Kiiihfmlnon nnd Miw
Cook of Wildie are with the Mlsss
Hichardsou on Center street
Geo P Bongo formerly of Bnrra I
told who served in tho SpanishAmer
bean war has ottered his wmeoa in
ChinaLittlo
Littlo Miss Ethel Duncan gave
n very delightful party Monday after
noon from 430 to 530 to the II Happy
Home Club
Miss Julia Moore of Jarkson
county is visiting the family of Mr
P C Maupin Miss Edna Maupin
will return with her to Jackson
Hon W B Smith of Kichmoud
Ky had n very valuable horse and
buggy stolen from his home Monday
night Ho offers a rownnl of 25
IMrs Corn Smith expects to Icnvo to
day for Hindmau Ky 10 visit tho
Camp Industrial which is in the
charge of Katherine Pctitt whom
many of our readers know
Pros Frost is in kllowI
week Ho will preach at Cleveland
JnlyI and nt Hock ClooJandI
and will mako an address at the Hock
IIliver ChautaiKptan AsHomblyAug 3
Several of our ollico force have re
ceived the following invitation
Misses Richardson
At Homo
Friday evening
July twentyseventh
730
Mrs Kato E Putnam loft Satur
day for West Virginia where she will
attend tho following institutes Hin
toil W V 1th week of July Union
W Y1st week of August Fnyotto
villo W Va 2nd week of August
Boonovillo Ky 3rd week of August
Rev John Dodwoll of Florida will
conduct tho Union church prayer
meeting tonight nnd proach next
Sunday Ho spoke with great power
at Slate Lick last Sunday evening
oOlIillgNext
Next Sunday evening ho will be at
ntNllrro
The Williams young people who
intro worked so hard to attend school
schoohero
AWillillms
Williams teaches nt Harlanville liar
lan county Isabollo has a position in
Cincinnati and Mary has just gone
to a place whom alto can mako good
earnings in Villie Grove 111 All ox
pect to return for further study
Madison County r
>
Tho Richmond Fair began yester
day and will last four days
e
Tho Madison County Sunday
school Union will hold its fourteenth
annual convention at Mount Pleasant
Church SatnrdayJuly 28th with ad
dresses by Hen W H Lloyd Clar
ence Poago Rev C II Palmer L V
Dodge nnd others
Tho July examination of applicants I
for county teachers certificates held
lust Friday amid Saturday was ono
of tho most lightly attended in years
only ton persons as folbwfl taking
tho examination Miss Belle Hohnnn
Nowby Henry J Pittman Whites
Station Miss Allio Lewis Boron
Ledford Creekmore Kingston Miss
Mnttio Gentry Richmond J H
Amorine Portwood Miss Bessie
Roberts Kingston Miss Lillie Mc
Whorton Miss Mary Piico Miller
BniBsfiold Miss Talitha Gay Boron
Register
The colored pooplu of Richmond
and Madison county have decided to
ar
few days ago and elected tim follow
ing ollicers t E M Embry president
Robert Whito vicepresident John
Walker 2nd vico president Dr J A
Gwynn treasurer Jell White secre
tary and T B Stone assistant sec
retary and S A Burton advertising
agent
The mooting will lw hold nt tho
Richmond fair grounds tho latter
purl of A tit It > t Everything in tint
wnyof farm and domestic products
nut livo stock will ho exhibited A
goal attendance in expected
The two groat political conventions
hnvo been held Tho Republicans
nominated Hon M W Yorkes n
man of the very highest character
std ability and they call upon nil
good citizens to help restore in Ken
tucky the right of the people to elect
their own riders
The Democrats nominated Hon J
W C Ueoklmtn a young irwn thus
first public fault perhaps has been to
plot to defeat the will of the people
and to tuko an ollico to which he WM
not elected Tho Democrats iuBleetl
of repealing the Goobel law an the
have tho power to do content tIn
solves with a vague promise toameml
it at M > me future time In tho moan
time they propose to live tho Repub I
licans what is their just rigid soar
representation upon the election
boards
It is n strange and sad thing in
Kentucky when tyranny is made
legal and the only privilege Of the
party out of power is that which is
gloats them by tho party in power
The CITIZEN is strictly nonpartisan
but this is not a contest between par
ties but a fight for tho right of self
government Our sympathies aro
with those who support Yorkes
circulntios
The total circulation of national
bank notes at tho close of business
Juno 30 1900 was 5309559019 an in
crease for tho year of 508291023
The circulation based on United
States bonds was 27111555 an in
crease for the year of 568851 IBS
orSc iallnterestI
hlchI
IMko or Mud Which
The timo is slipping by and then
tIolquootion
quootion of a good road through tho
main thoroughfare of Beren id still
uusrttiedIf HUllI
If there is another month of inaction
it will bo Bottled in favor of mud
mudI
misery und tho profanity of team
HtllS
HtllSAnd
And yet if ull tho pooplo who have I
acid Why dont thoy build n piIoI
would turn in and help the piko I
would bo built
The trouble is wo have been
holding back and selfishly hoping
the subscription would be completed
without our help
Others hum boon disgusted bo
cause name who were to bo largely
benefited by th piko had subscribed
little or nothing But this must not
binder us from doing our share
During the next fow days two or
three men will give thoir timo to car
ring tho subscription paper around
Dont put them off Dont arguo too
long Dont try to figure out how I
little you can give
It is a great chauco to do a great
thing in which wo shall rejoice for
years to come
Tho subscriptions already made
nro a epleutlidstarter But the
whole project lays in doubt Will
you do your part t
County Institutes
Tho following institutes will be
held July 23 Hydon Leslie Jack
son McKee Hazard Perry Campion
Wolfe Laurel Hindtnnn Knot
Tho Estill county institute will be
held at Irvine July 30
Tho Live Stock Department of tho
andn
Carnival is tho biggest thing ever at
tempted in tho South August 1318
Cheap excursion rates on all rail
ronds
Lost
A ticket to tho Lexington fair Aug
1JMS Labeled Good for all fea
tures Valtio unlimited Finder
will please return to this ollico nnd
get reward
> ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY
K Notice tn Inventive Age
Y Book lion to obtain Patent
DESIGNS J
TRADEMARKS
AND COPYRIGHTS 4
COPYRIGHTSOBTAINED
FREE
CAarpeamoderate No fee till patent U seemed
Letter strictlr confidential Address
Eo G SIGCERS Patent Lawyer Washington b c
Ordinance
The following ordinance will be
voted on finally by the trustees of
Berea Ky thirty days after tho first
publication of this notice
That the present limits of tho town
of Berea bo so changed that tho west
line shall be as follows
Beginning at the west end of the
footbridge on Chestnut avenue and
running northwest with Ellipse
street to north limit of time town and
from tho same beginning southeast
to tho south limit of tho town includ
ing tho residence of E P Fnirchild
S E WELCH Chairman
E L HODIXSOX Clerk
I S FOR CASH
Having adopted The CASH System our prices
Iictve been reduced to meet the demands of the
CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH
than on credit
Call and examine our large stock of Women
and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish
ings at prices much lower than ever before
I Call and Toe Convinced
DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO
207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY
The Berea Monument Co
The result of good Icork and reasonable prices is that we
now have customers in all parts of the State
When you want
Anything in the monument line
Let us know and we Kill send you designs and prices
Headstones 600 up to any amount
Marble and Granite Monuments
At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass
JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7 ° Berea Ky
f WORMS I
I For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies
BOOKS I
C BY C
WILLIAM E BARTON
A Hero In Uomenpan A Tale of the
Loyal South A hlttorlcM novel with
IlliutreUoni by Pan Hunt hound In
homeiipun 81 BO
Situ Unllownjr DMURlitf rlnLnr
mod The Truth about the Trouble
nt Ufiuuilntoiip Two pretty lltUe
Southern storler with illustration A i
rover delf of weft gum leave IMP
iirh The two oslpalil for < M
Old Ilnnlnlliin Hyiiin A collec
thin of hitherto unpubUnhed melodic
of the slave and the freedman with
hl torlo l and doMpUr note In
I ir ffi cents noun In board 50
The Ionlinii Had TheIr Story A
study of the lwlm M related to Jew
Ih history Two volarai pa box with
gilt top 52t0 Sprrtal Introductory
I priw po tHild 200
The Story of n Pumpkin Tie A
child bonk richly Illustrated by A
MWIlltrd line of the briKhteft book
for children 75 cents Sfxrinl Intro
luctoy price postpaid 00
IHne Knot 1 tory of AVntoeiy We
A novel full of the atmoinhere of the
quaint mountain life with ltd wealth
uf amuolng peculiarities and It aim
haA a hlttorloil value since It picture
condition attendant upon the anti
tlarerr movement The author has
adrlotly utilized a mountain leen1 01
A lost mine Price 13O
I The above books will be sent postpaid by
The College Bookstore
frII5 BEREA KY
J C MORGAN
IDantaJ Surgery
Office Hours 3 to IS A Mt
1 i08 P M National Bank Building
Richmond Ky
62800
DENTAL SURGERY
A WILKES SMITH D D S
Smith Building Main Street
Richmond Ky
Telephone Ilmldf nee No 113 Oltlce Xo 00
ftisoo
Imperfect digestion and assimila
tion produce disordered conditions off
tho system which grow and aro con II
firmed by neglect Herbino gives
tone to the stomach and causes good
digestion Price 50 eta goodI
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UptoDate Photos Nothing But The
Best Finish at the Lowest Prlceso
CFF HANSONS
LIVERY
6254
LEWIS A DAVIS
Medicine and Surgery
Berea Ky
Office in Hanson BldtFZd ° °
E B McCOY Dentist
Berea Kentucky
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REPAIR
THAT LOOM
nJRLS who wish an education at
GIRLS will receive good pay for
articles of homo manufacture
Bring them to Matron of Ladies Hall
for inspection and she will give order
to Treasurer for payment
YARD
Good Homespun Linen 40c
II II Llnosey 5Oc
Patent dies not received
Old fashioned Indigo blue preferred
Good Homespun Jeans 50c
to Dress Flannel 60c
Good Coverlids well woven
and matched from four to
six dollars
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