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REV JOHN UODWELL Mgr l An Independent Weekly
Wllli HlfViig rrioinl SUIT of litl Keillor anll Our IE4ti E cITEI Z I314 Devoted Interests to of the
Knlrrvt til 1M l ritu togiei euia oaJnm maffer Ay ad THE HOME 60 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL
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VOL Ill A Family Vapor BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER ll > 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 20
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IDEAS
PpfHillr rommflKlwl to DM rtiKtatU at HtrM
Dente tSInlerTwM34G1
Tako the ball on tlio hop as the
children Any
Strike whim tlin irons hot mild
tilt blacksmith
blacksmithMake
Make tiny whilo Iliu mm shines
advised the farmer
You cannot grind with the water
that hati paused rumbled the mill
It IB impossible to make the best of
life without the friendship of Ood
o
TAKE NOTICE
Prof Usury Churchill King of
Oberlin widely known as 11 scholar
a preacher and un author is to give
three addresses in Boron Hxmklng
to the faculty and Collcgintn students
at tho ProHidontH house Saturday
night preaching to ntudcntH and
citizens Sunday night nUll giving
the College lotturn nt JIM Monday
Good roomx and board for
atudoiitN can still bo found In
flow Gollcgo bnlldlngx and with
private families Notwithstanding
the great increase of students there
aro still good boarding places for
those who must como a littlo late
nov Mr Lodwick accompanied by
Mrs Lodtviok and n Male Quartet
will hold a service of song and praise
at tho Hart SchoolhouHo next Sunday
night at G oclock People in tho
Hart district cordially Invited
A CIIAMJi IN Till CITIZKX
No doubt our readers notice in this
issue n few changes tho Home School
and Farm Departments hnviuir been
transferred to tho second page last
three columns
Wa also call your attention to
tho nriclo in last weeks iiauo of
Tut CITIZEN under Tho Shop entitled
lioueu building for It is so alai
uputlr practical that wo n > pt nt it this
week earnestly ndvining every
body to fiavo it for future reference
and use There will ho two moro of
these article on Housebuilding
Tho series of articles now running in
The Shop aro woll worth preserving
EXTERNAL UISBA8BS or Tat IIOU AND
TIIEin TIIUATUBNT
Commencing with this l kalld
continuing through four numbers we
will give under Thu Farm n series of
Tory valuable papers on the above
aubJoct Every farmer ought to read
and preserve thrau articles
A number of our friends are owing
TDK Cmzcx or will bo owing him
the first of tho year Ploaso vend
P 0 order or postage stamps to
Rev Jno Dodwoll Borwi Ky Uro
Dodwoll In now sick and needs tho
money
moneyFROM
FROM THE WIDE WORLD
Berlin Germany is to bo equipped
with a Chicago telephone nyatom
which has been under test for fifteen
months
An American engineer has intro
ducal at Alexandria Egypt an ar
rangement of hoihtorH by means of
which 2120 tons of cool can bo un
loaded in ten hour and vessels will
save five days out of seven
IN OUR OWN COUNTRY
Mrs Jane L Stanford recently
transferred 30000000 in tocks
bonds and realty to Stanford Univer
sity
Andrew Carnegie has tendered to
President Roosevelt 10000000 for
tho endowment 01II national tinker
city at Washington
Mint Director Roberta says that
during the fiscal year ending Juno
30 1901 the coinage or tho U S
Mints amounted to 170999102 pieces
of thovaluo of 130810781 of this
f 99065715 was in gold
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
Drymdge
Ridge three miles north of Williams
1town and tho school was closed for
IIn indefinite period It is reported
that A D Blaine tho loading physi
cian of tho village is stricken
Parties who have boon prospecting
on Stephens ciook for cold have re
ceived a report from tho Government
export at Charlotte S C whither
they sent samples of oro taken from
their prospect hole which fills them
with wild enthusiasm Tho expert
says tho oro will pan out 21 free gold
to tho ton and 8S silver Ho further
says that should there be a groat
amount of oro in that section it will
prove tobo one of tho greatest mines
in the United States
THE SHOP
HOUSEbUlLDINO I
To the young carpenter tho build I
Ing of his first house is a serious mnt i
tor It certainly does involve many I
things which lire often neglected and
many houses are therefore damp in
convenient or otherwise undesirable i
I propOHo to give directions to tho
Iwst of my ability that will enable I
any young man of average III tel II i
genre nud mechanical tafito to build I
a houflo that will bo comfortable and
convenient
A house containing a bedroom Mx
11 ft silting room Mxll ft and
kitchen 12x12 ft on tho lower floor n
back porch 8x28 fla front porch
8x15 ft not shown on floor plan
and attic above may bo built by fol
lowing tho directions contained in
this and succeeding papers
i
Tho first thing to ho considered is
tho location of tho houso Do not
eel it anyway or anywhere that III
convenient to some particular place
unless tho locflton is a healthy one
Do not build in u hollow as it will
often bo impossible to keep awaye
from tho moisture and them is apt to
bo stagnant water near A rank
growth of woods and boggy places
breed malaria and mosquitoes
A house in tho midst of H grovo is
apt to be damp A house built on a
side hill should bo graded above it no
OH to divide tho flow of surface water
A houso should bo placed cornerways
to the prevailing winds and a group
of tall trees near the house is apt to
causo tho chimneys to smoke A
light Handy soil is better than a clay
soil or rocky place
A house upon a rise tho laud fall
ing away horn it in every direction is
an ideal location generally unless
there ant objectionable surroundings
It is a very bad Idea to lay tho sills
within 8 iu of tho ground as tho
moisture will cause decay Stouo
piers 10 in or 12 in square should bo
used in preference to wooden posts
where Possible and at any rato they
should bo sunk below the frost linoI
in tho ground They should bo lo
cated carefully at just tho right
places to support tho corners of the
sills and tho places whore tho parti
tions rest on tho sills about 9 ft
apart under tho outside walls Be
euro that tho piers are sot perfectly
square and level with each other on
top Wo are now ready for tho lum
bar The bill of which is as follows
SILL Twelve 2x8 in 14 ft in
length four 2x8 in 9 ft six 2x8 in
12ftFLOOR
FLOOR JOISTS Forty 2x8 in 14 ft
twelve 2x8 in 12 ft placed 20 in to
centers headers for floor joists at
stairs 2d floor may bo cut from ends
of tho 14foot floor joists
RAFTERS Forty 2x4 in J2 ft
eighteen 2x1 iu 10 ft two 2x4 in
10 ft valley rafters
LEI AND PLATtS Twelve 2x4
featy
500 foot of Ixi in for bridging
collar beams etc
PORCH IUOK Ten 2x6 in 12 foot
dsills and floor joists fivo 2x6 in 8
foot sills and floor joists seventeen
2x4 In 12foot rafters and plates
200 ft shooting for roof 200 ft rough
flooring or 300 ft matched boards
This In the flflh of a uric nl papyri 111 Mr
thet
teaching of mechanic The next paper will
continue the tubjoctof iIouMbulWlnu Kd
It Girdles Tho Globe
Tho famo of Bucklons Arnica
Salve ns tho best in tho world extends
round tho earth Its tilt ono perfect
healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises
tSoros Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons
Aches Paine sad alf Skis Eruptions
Only infalliablo Pilo cure 25c a box
I at aU drugstores
T h
WILLIAM McKINLEY
Ills Llfe and Work 1tJ tlin Mrinnrlnl
1ulilMilni t iirlnllc > n
Wo have mndo clubbing arrange
malts with The Chicago Inter Ocean
for the sale with that paper and ours
of ono of the best memorial volumes
iHsucd containing the life of our late
lamented President William McKin
loyTho
Thu writer of the same was a life
long friend of his a comrade in arms
IIIH ofHocmto in Congress was by his
side before ho closed his eyes in
I death und attended the funeral obso
quies at Buffalo Washington and
Canton Ohio
The Inter Ocean has secured this
work which makes a goodsized octa
vo volumo 01x10 inches containing
nearly COO pages of matter and finely
illustrated with nearly UOO copper
plate pictures all printed on tho best
book paper and bound in a most sub
stantial manner in a finely illustrated
mboBsed cover of cloth
As stated above wo had several
memorial volumes presented to us
and made tho selection of this one
from the entire list It is the deter
mination of this paper to give its
readers the best time market affords
We have made arrangements with
The Inter Ocean to club the same
with our paper and the volume can
bo secured by our readers in addition
to the clubbing rate at the nominal
price of 76 cents and 22 cents addi
I tional for x > stago The volume will
i sell in any bookstore readily for SIBO
la copy
copySend
Send UM your order nt once before
tho edition is exhausted
NEW LYCEUM COURSE
That the readers of THE CITIZEN
may know that a Lyceum Course is
being provided for the people of Be
rcn and vicinity as in recent years
tho names und dates of entertainers
nro given thus early in tho year It
will Ira observed that four of the five
como during tho winter term and tho
other verv early in the spring term
All but ono are now to this place and
no apology is uecdcd for opening the
course with so charming an enter
tainer as Mrs Beecher Nights have
been secured which do not conflict
with other important gatherings It
is hoped that our friends will avoid
making other appointments for these
dates The following is tho schedule
Sat Jan llllon Wm H San
denMon
Mon Fob 10Mies Katharine
GggleatonWed
Wed Fob 2 Reno B Welbourn
Sat Mar 22 Ralph Parlette
The first of the above though not
in perfect voice when hero before was
adjudged ono of tho most entertain
ink readers who over visited Berea I
fho second is recommended as
giving a lecture full of grand thoughts
and delivered with wonderful elo
quonco Tho third is a render who captivates
her audiences wherever she goes
Tho fourth has gained a national
reputation for his discoveries in wit a
less telegraphy and his popular
illustration of it
Tho fifth is a humorist of humorists
Ilia lectures contain nuggets of the
solid gold of practical wisdom but
they sparkle with wit and fun and
satire Singlo admission to each enter
tainment 25 cents season tickets
100 Children under 12 years 15
cents and GO cents
L V DODOE
An
Oil Fin =
ish
Portrait
PortraitFREE
Are You In Doubt
AH to the thing to give at
Christmas Then you haveiit
seen the
Lovely Things
broughtto
to town for
Holiday Buyers
Whatever your taste or fancy
or whatever the length of
your purse wo can meet your
needs if you have in mind to
give Jewelry
The Christmas Turkey
would be better reconciled to
his fato if he knew he was to
bo dismembered by ono of
those superb Carvers and that
husband of yours would more
fully appreciate tho well wishes
lerryChristmIl8
Christmas Each carving set
the bo best of its kind at the
price
T A Robinson
Optician and Jeweler
Main St Berea Ky
Guaranteed 900
SalaryYearly
Men and women of good cdiireM to represent
ui some to travel appointing a eau other rot
rotI
salary guaranteed yearly extra cnmmliwloni and
expcnuea rapid wlvanoemeut old nubllibcd
houw Grand chance for earners roan or woman
to teoure pleasant permanent poaltlon and liber
al Income New brilliant linen Write at once
HTAFPOItU 1KE88
t3 Uhnrrh Nt New llnven Coon
Oro
ATXOC81ble reliable prnvm in every
ver1fClUill
cial rvputatloa fJM mlanr per year payable
weekly p I xw day abrolutely wire and all expcn
KT UraUut bona fide definite salary no com
minion Mlary paid each Saturday and expense
raoaijr ndraueed Neb week STANDARD
STANDARIIYii9AI
Repair That Loom I
Homespun is coming into fashion
again and our girls should keep up
the art of spinning Berea College
is finding a market for the products
of fireside industry which may bring
education and comfort to many
maDYhomos
homosWe
We can pay for wellwoven linen
to cents a yard jeans GO cents linsey
50 cents well matched bed coverlets
U to 16 Patent dyes not accepted
preferredFor
For information address JOSEPHINE
A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange
Berea Kv
h
A New One
u
A portrait painted in twelve shades and colors by
patent appliances that produce an
Absolutely Accurate Likeness
When we found out what they Wore we knew our
customers would want them aud we have arranged to
handle a limited number as gifts to our now and old
customers OIL FINISH is everlasting made from any
photograph or tintype
ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR CASH TRADE
u
Our offer is one bust portrait free as soon os you
trade amount represented on tickets being distributed by our solicitor who
will call for your photographs and get full directions for making thq same
Lady dont fail to ask for coupons upon making each purchase they
cost you nothing
BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky jc
HEAVY HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS
DRY GOODS CLOTHING ETC
c
COME AND SEE THE SPECIMEN PORTRAITS AT OUR STORE
I
t WE HELP YOUNG MEN
START IN LIFE
By selling them highgrade clothing at extremely mod
orate costapparel that meets all the demands of men of
taste and fashion yet reasonable enough in price to please
tho most economically inclined
Fine Fashionable Suits 10 ABOVR AND
ABOVRAND
Good Reliable Suits 8 AND BKLOW
Patterns and styles to suit every tusland sizes to fit
every form the tall tho short the fat the loauand
tailor ready to improve the fit when necessary
On
COVINGTON BANKS
Richmond Ky
T C LOWRY
ATTORNEYATLAW
ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond
Richmond Ky
OFFICE IN MOBERLEY BUILDINGMAIN STKEET
Collections And Real Estate A SrJtC ltv
DR M Ee JONES
g Dentist c
MillineryStore
Store
Office DaysThursday Friday
and Saturday of each week
MEAT MARKET
I have reopened the Meat Mar
ket on Main Street Fresh Meats
Dressed Poultry and Vegetables
in Season
SeasonM
M B RAMSEY Berea Ky
Three Years
in Richmond
RichmondAnd
And out of all the sets of teeth
I that have been made at my office
if there is ono set or any sots that
show any defects I will make a
new set free We ore making the
I best set of teeth in the world for
750 and if detects show in ive
years we givo you a new set free
Thisapplioa to all the teeth I
have made or am going to make
the best alloy fills iu the world
at 76 cents
DR HOBSON Dentist
Permanently located in tho Hobsor
Building next doorJQGov
erument Building
Richmond Kentucky
I Reference Richmond National Bank
i Special Price to Students
I
INVEST u WITH
IINVEST
The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co
RESERVE
BETTER RESERVEI
Than any other company doing Business oj he State
Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive
our most cordial arid thorough attention
DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TubeR Sec Gen Mgr
J S CRUTCIIER Treas
Capital Stock ffilOOOO
HOME OFFICE
RICHMOND KY
Fair Dealing Pays
And that is one reason our busiuens is increasing We Ball you I
in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of Tour friends
For The Holidays
New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom
Furniture and many attractive articles to make the homo
comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY
NightPPhono 66 JOrSe JOPLIN Richmond Ky
iFall and Winter I
WE ANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for tomorrow
yY BANTICIPATK in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnish
ing Gl s We have ANTICIPATED your wants and are ready N
to sul ly them from a large and complete stocK
Mons and Boys Shoos Heavy Boots Bootees Felt
and Rubber Boots Underwear Neckwear Socks
Gloves Hats Caps Umbrellas Rain Coats
You will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY Coatsi
and will save you money which is the greatest anticipation of all
DOUGLAS CRQrCtlER i I
207 West Main Street RICHMOND KYy
I
Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a las of our I
sampes Goods can be had of him at the same price as
charged in Our Store at Richmond
RichmondJ

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