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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

' 1 -'J 4 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOL. 1. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1913. NO. 1. FREE MEN Oil BAIL DYNAMITERS CAN LEAVE PRISON BY SCHEDULING $1,070,000 PENDING APPEAL. 1 HOCKIN ACCEPTS SENTENCE Supersedes Bend Flxd In Chicago to Await Hearing en Writ of Er- ror Should One Flee U. 8. They Cannot Be Returned. Chicago, Jan. . Writ of uperse deas were granted Friday by the Uni ted Statea court of appeal in the ease of thirty-two of the thirty-three labor leaden convicted of a dynamite plot. All will be released on bond. That of Frank M. Ryan waa placed at $70, 000. The bonda were made on a baaia of 110,000 for each year of the term to which the men had been aen tenced. In flxing the bonda Judge Baker re1 viewed the erldence and the argu ment In the caae and atated that the bonda ahould be large enough to make the peraona furnishing them very much concerned In getting the men Into court when they are wanted. The charge le not one In which ex tradition may b...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

4 IS PROUD OF CANAL TAFT REGARDS IT LARGELY AS THE ACHIEVEMENT OF HIS ADMINISTRATION. WHO PUT IN THE SOLDIEPS? Guestion for Future Historian to An swer Splondid Werk of Gotthalt, Gorgaa, Gaillard and Sibert Will Bo Rewarded. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. President Taft' Jour ney to the Panama Canal Zone consti tutes what will probably be the last extended trip which he will make white president of the Vnlted States. Some persona have wondered why Mr. Taft cared Just at this time to go to the Isthmus of Panama and have won dered if it might not be that his trip w-as planned largely for the purpose of taking rest and having a little en joyment prior to his separation from the highest office In the land. The real reason why he Is going to the Isthmus of Panama Is that he w&nts to assure himself personally as well as be can that 'All s well with the Isthmus" and that the project Is to bo left to his successor In office with every assurance that the present administration has done I...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

Mr. ord Mr. Joe Dorks have moved to their now home on Breck avenue. This Is one of the prettiest new homes In our city and adds greatly to the neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rallee have moved Into the cottage on West Main street owned by Mrs. Green Clay. Mr. Jas. n. Valker has moved into the Trlble property recently vacated by Mr. John Gibson. The next term of the Madison Conn ty Court cornea on the sixth day of January. Col. B. B. Million Is moving Into hi very handsome residence on West Main street which has Just been com' pletcd. It is a beautiful brick strtic ture of ten rooms and is modern in every detail. It is quite an addition to the city. "All tbo world's a stage And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their en trances." Mr. John It. Gibson has been l.oiilsville for the past few days. In Miss Martha Burke, of Illinois, Is the attractive guest of Miss Jane D. Stock ton. On Thursday night the younger set enjoyed a Christmas dance at the Masonic ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

THE MADISON IAN GRANT E. LILLY, Ed. arid Pub. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. WE GREET YOU. No one asked us to begin the pub lication nf the Madisonian. Nor did we ask permission of any one to du so.. The wisdom of Its publication will be questioned by many. If we fail dismally, the "I told you so's" will have one on us. If we succeed then tbe original Madisouian'a will be a regiment strong. It has long been our cherished am bitions to be the owner and editor of a good country newspaper. This am bition has smouldered for twenty years or more, yet, all this time, 'twas a Joyous dream. It is said that two thirds of our lives are spent In hesi tating; the other third. In repenting. We've served the time of "hesitating" and are at the threshold of "repent ing." We have the temerity to enter and In so doing, are sustained by the words of the Immortal Shakespeare: "Our doubts are traitors. And make Is lose the good we oft might win. By fearing to attempt." We fear nothing. Nor have we ever feared. Ou...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

KEEPING FACE FRESH Uee of Ostrich Feathers Cosmetic Waters Indispensable for the Toilet I RP3 67c Werlairtfflcitlj BRIGHT SPOT IN HOME LIVING ROOM SHOULD BE KEPT ALWAYS ATTRACTIVE. That Gathering Placa for Family Should Ba Homallka and Cheery la a Mattar of tha Flrat Importance. A living room la alwaye at tha crosa roada. When your aon or daughter wanders Into it In an obviously rest leaa frame of mind It la due to an In ttnctlve dealre to find something there Interesting or amusing enough to warrant ataying at home, writes Roger Fulton In the New; York Trib une. The preference la ' alwaya for ataying at home primarily. But If the Intereat the invitation la lacking there are alwaya other placea to go. The llrlng room la the one place In the bouse-where the family can be brought together and bound together. 1 often woider If we realise just how much effect the appearance of home may have on the child and on bla being satisfied to atay there. When a child resents having to atay In bec...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

YOK OF THE NEW PARCELS POST s Map Showing How Charges Art Determined by Zones With City Center. Table of Comparative Rates The parcels pout wont Into effect on January 1. I'uekaRe weighing a much aa eleven pounds may be seut throujth the postofflce department. The table below Rives the Comparative cost between the parcels post and tho express companies' charges for pnckanes of different weights. WITHIN CINCINNATI POSTOFFICE DISTRICT. 1.H, o.ii, -t.ih i-lh r..1h -lh 7-lti a-lh !-th Ifl-Ih 11-lb parrrl pout . frxnrcM loti.i lull ll.i'J . .25 .26 .23 Within firit ions of fifty mllsa radius of rmvrln newt I'S .! .11 Kxpriw, to Dnyton. .. .2d .2o 2 .2.1 ... -au Within second lone, M to 150 mllea. PnroHa pr-t "H " H -,ft Kxp to ImlliinuunllN. Inil. .25 .".0 .30 .33 .S't .33 .40 Within 300 milaj radius, beyond 1!0-mll ions. Parcel pnat T .12 .17 2'! .27 .32 .37 .42 Kipirri, to Chicago, 111. .25 :'i .40 .45 .ft" .00 .o Within 600 mllra radius, beyond COO-mile ions. rm-r.l post 14 .2" - .32 ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

ERIAL STORY Women's Candidate Br BYRON WILLIAMS S 1 CHAPTER I. You have felt tbe thrill of the chase? Your pulses have leaped like an arrow at tbe yip. yip of tbe dogs In close pursuit? You have dashed madly over fences, taking tbe hurdles without regard to personal danger as the prey suddenly sprang from Its covert and whisked swiftly Into tbe hnsel brush ahead? You but wait! Fancy! Did you ever behold ten pretty, vivacious lithe-limbed young women chasing a handsome man a perfect stranger through a dogwood swamp, their dresses swirling high above pretty ankles, their baying, shrieks of hysterical laughter? "Catch him! Catch him!" shrilled slender blonde to tbe leading .lady running ahead with an athletic stride, her head and shoulders back, her hair rippling In the wind. "Get him. Jackie!" panted a rav enous brunette, close behind. "Darn these narrow skirts, anyhow. I'd like to be a man long enough to wear' "Oh. gee this Is too much for me!" and a solidly buiirfelonde with a retro...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 January 1913

US OVER COWBOYS Tenderfoot Captures Western Girl From Many Rivals. Preacher Who Wat an Unsuccessful tulter for Har Hand Will OflV data at Nuptials Otier Swains Alae Preaent Grand Junction, Cola For two f ear acorea of aultora have sought tha band of pretty Molly Reese, quean of the cowpunchera of tbrea states. Sbe baa cat: aalda the proffer of lltlea, baa looked with acorn upon wealth If aba bad to take It with a busband and now announce ber engagement to 130-a-month "tenderfoot" cow puncher. Hal Hanson of Boston Is tha lucky "cattle wrangler'' wbo will lead the beautiful cowgirl of the plains to the altar. A former auttor whom tha girl discarded will perform the ceremony, and the wedding party will Include fourteen or mora ardent awalna wbo bad their "Innings." but tailed to cap ture the prize, while the acene of the marriage will be the home of D. O. Oraden, cattle baron. Hanson's proficiency with the mouth barp won him bla flnancee. Tbe melo dious stralas from tbe little wind In ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

1- Co T7 T7 Ti V? if il JL&a A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE' HOME CIRCLE rOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913. NUMBER .2. IhmhK i iMMW ?LnHil JsMSsawsi v. , 0) 0- i T "i 'l i 15- t ! ; 4 i i r if-'." ;) it iV t X t ; i li: 1 b V! , As? f, ' ii i Hi- I i OUTPUT OF WES KENTUCKY MAKES GREAT 'REC ORD FOR THE YEAR.1912. Prospects are Bright for Jncrease of Tonnage During 1913 Statement By the Chief Inspector. Frankfort. In a- statement issued O. J. Norwood, chief inspector of mines, discusses the output of Ken tucky voal mines for the year 1912. Mr. Norwood said: "The statistical reports received by ft $y office for the eleven , months up - to' December 1, with less than '100,000 . tons -estimated for a few minor conf panies that have yet to report for No vember, Indicate an output of approxi mately 15,500,000 tons of commercial "fcoal for theiKentncky mines for the calendar year 1912. "The known production i. e., the amount already reported up to Decern ber 1, with ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

ALASKA THE TEST? GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS MAY BE TRIED IN'THE TERRITORY. COMMISSION TO REPORT SOON May - Recommend Purchase of : the Alaskan Northern, but Conserva tionists Assert This Would Be Poor Road With Which to Start. ' By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. Is Uncle Sam to con cider the construction, ownership and operation of railroads in the territory of Alaska? The question probably will be answered in a few days, and if the answer is yes and government owner- ship and operation shall prove a suc cess, there are congressmen in Wash ington willing to say that the step first taken in the territory may lead later to a record step to be taken in the states. This simply goes to Bhow that the question of government own ership of the transportation . facilities is still occupying the attention of the law makers of, the land. Last August President Taft ap pointed what is known as the Alas kan railroad commission. Its duties have been to study the question of railroads in Alaska ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

Locals mm m Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Embry have bought the property of the late Dr. J. W. Harriss on As pen Avenue and have moved into the same.. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Green have moved into the Lilly cottage on West Main. Last week the Lilly heirs at Irvine sold a block of lots to the L. & N. R. R. Com pany. The company will make large im provements on the same. Mr. Ronald Oldham, our progressive fel low townsman, has sold the Alhambra to The Colonial Amusement Company, of Lexington, Ky. The present building will be remodeled and enlarged at a cost of three or four thousand dollars. We regret to see Mr. Oldham retire from the business where his courteous treatment of his pa trons has won him many friends. . The home of President J. G. Crabbe on Lancaster Avenue has ust been enlarged and improved, and with its beautifully kept grounds, is now one of the handsomest homes in the city. . Mrs. Green B. Turley has moved into.jhe pretty cottage of Mr. Turpin on Woodland Avenue. , In the Chris...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

J THEMDISONIAN Grant E. Lilly Editer and Pub. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 FLEEUlMU TrlKlININUINl The amount of stealing go- ing on through the means of the United States mails is appalling. In 1911 the sum of $77,000,000. r J ? -i was stolen irom connuing per- son who bought anything offered them in the way of securties or "get rich quick concerns" stocks This recalls to us the Invest ment companies of Lexington, Kentucky, who a few years ago stole manv thousand dollars of hard earned cash intrusted to them by widows and orphans and some others. This Lexington scheme was worked by using the name of some well known parties to give it tone and dignity. But the point is that .though these parties were robbed -a fact which men can not gainsayjno one was ever brought to the bar of justice for same. It is not too late to yet to look after these swindlers in the United States court ( Postmaster General Hitchcock is working a resolution in the post office departments respect ing the swindlers who u...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

Mhotonal UTY TO DENY SELF Si HIS BLESSED DAMOZEL feuJ LI LiuM feF HELPING THE CAUSE. "A drummer," said Medlll McCor mick, "was waiting at Nola Chucky for the Southern Cannonball Limited. The train crawled in " at last, nine hours late a ramshackle, clattering thing, as ridiculous as an old-fashioned high-wheeled bicycle. , "The drummer got aboard. - There seemed to be only one other passen ger. The locomotive hooted, the bell clanged, the wheels spun around, and steam hissed, but the train failed to move. Then there were more hoots, more puffs and hisses, and still the train didn't budge. Flnaliy. after a tnird vain effort, the engineer got down and shouted to the passengers. whose heads stuck anxiously , out of their respective windows: - Say, 1 11 have to ask. you two gents to climb off till I get her start ed!' "New York Tribune. MUFFLED KNOCKS. "You don't know how I enjoy hear ing you talk on art. Mrs. Foxby; It's better than going to a minstrel show." 'Tell me where you buy you...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

PRODUCTION OF EGGS IN COLD fJOHTHS ; DEPENDS ON FEED AND CARE GIVEN HENS DEVICE FOR PILING STUMPS INEXPERIENCED CATTLE FEEDERS SUFFER HEAVY LOSS IN PREPARING FOR SHIPMENT Larger Amount of Feed Is Consumed by the Beef Animals Than Any Other on the Farm As a Rule Feeds Are Lacking io " . Protein Secret of Shipping is to Have Them Weii Fed. Houses Should Be in Good Shape- and Birds in Good Health Keep N Them Busy Working Through Deep Litter for Their Morning Meal to Instill Vigor Dust Bath Is, Essentia!. ; . -'jftR$ " y -v ' . I ; - . 1. foul iltev? ;; v -H Interior of Well ' As the winter months are on and the eggs are soaring high in price, it means that good care should be taken of the fowls. See that the houses are in good shape and the l)irds are in good health: Now is the time to give a little condition powder in the mash to regulate their systems if they are sluggish after th9 moult,, as it will liven them up for their work. ' During the cold days, writes C. L. Parkhurst. in Fea...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

TORY 3 0G IT! en's Candidate I I P. 8 Bar BYRON WILLIAM! 'i " 1 1 1 wwn, western rsewtptper Colon SYNOPSjS. ' In a spirit of fun Mayor Bedlgrht. a umrner visitor, la chased through the woods by ten laughing girls, one of whom he- catcher, and kisses. CHAPTER 1 1 Continued. "The court hesitated. Finally, turn ing to the witness, Judge Vining asked: "What were the Bounds like?" a flame of color lighting up her face. The mayor made a mental note of the color. "Well," began the witness soberly, "it sounded like like the old pass word of the Elks 'Jolly corks!" "Pulled?" demanded the Judge, re signing herself to sacrifice. "Yesm, your -'honor and smoth ered in honey!" . -That will do!r. determined the Judge, hiding her eyes behind her handkerchief. "Harriet Brooks," ig noring the, state's attorney, - will you take the stand?" The prisoner arose from his soap box. "Your honor," he said gallantly, "in deference to Mine Host, from whose culinary department there wafts to me the unctuous cal...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 January 1913

Mot ? BEST FOR THE HI OCJ3 Simple Shampoo Mixtures That Can Do No Harm. PEOPLE PASTIME FOR YOUNG AND OLD Soap Jelly Mixed With Eggs Is Al ways the Staple Blonde Tressed Frequently Require Special Treatment. Two Stable Styles in Millinery Appear to Be Permanent (Wh v NOOK YOUNG 677c Ml : HI j It - . .. 1- A Conundrum Luncheon. I am anxious to entertain for a school teacher who is coming to the city for a week's . vacation. Can you suggest something to do at the table, something like "nuts to crack." only I do not want to do the questions up In walnut shells. Rowena. I should think this conundrum luncheon would be Just what you want For the centerpiece have a large interrogation point of small flowers a tinsmith will make the form, which may be filled with sand and the flowers have the appearance of growing. The name cards should also be question marks cut from cardboard. Any color that you select should carried out in the place cards and the covers of the little book lets wh'h contai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

' -( 0 3 tL A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE ) VOLUME I. RICmiQKD, EENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1913. N DMBEll 3. I- 1 ' r V V - li " I in f! 3 o HAMPTON SHORT IN ACCOUNTS FORMER STATE EMPLOYE - IS CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLE- MENT IN FRANKFORT. WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN Superintendent Barksdale Hamlett Will Sue Southern Pacific Railroad for Benefit of Highland park School Owes $48,237.48. Frankfort, Ky. Five indictments, charging embezzlement of state funds have been ' returned by the Franklin grand jury against Lee' Hampton, nephew of former State Auditor Frank James, and chief ' deputy in the in surance department under the admin istration of Auditor James and his in surance commissioner, C. . 'W. Bell. The true bills charge defalcation ' of an aggregate of '$980.93, 'and the grand jury is still investigating the books of the department under the Bell admin istration. - Hampton's whereabouts - is - un known, it is pald- When" it became apparent several weeks ago that ef forts to se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

i E 0 E7n V7 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, 'JANUARY 22, 1913. N UMBER 3. i f c O o 0" HAFilP TON SHORT IN ACCOUNTS FORMER STATE EMPLOYE IS CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLE MENT IN FRANKFORT. WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN Superintendent Barksdale Hamlett Will Sue Southern Pacific Railroad for Benefit of Highland Park School Owes $48,237.48. Frankfort, Ky. Five indictments, charging embezzlement of state funds have been returned by the Franklin grand jury against Lee Hampton, nephew of former State Auditor Frank James, and chief deputy in the in surance department under the admin istration of Auditor James and his in surance commissioner, C. W. Bell. The true bills charge defalcation of an aggregate of $9S0.93, and the grand jury is still Investigating the books of the department under the Bell admin istration. Hampton's whereabouts is un known, it is said. When it became apparent several weeks ago that ef forts to settle the shortage with the attorney gen...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

i g C! lr J i Collapse of Washington's 8 NEOiCTS. CLUB WASHINGTON. The collapse of the "Bachelors" Washington's fa mous cotillon club, which for the last twenty years has established the standing of the successive crop of smart society, has been followed by the establishment of the "Benedicts" and at last Washington winter time smart set has undergone the long threatened pruning. The Bachelors, according to come reports, "fell of its own weight." In other words, too many who could not muster all the re quirements were admitted to member ship and one by one the "swagger" element withdrew. The defection be pan several seasons ago when Major Charles McCawley, U. S. M. C, who throughout the Roosevelt regime was the Beau Brummel of Washington, gave up his membership. George How ard, son of Lady Howard of England and kin to the ultra-aristocratic Riggs connection, resigned about the same time. Gist Blair, one of the most elig ible bachelors in the country, came a -close third, but these l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

iwfi , At the meeting of the Woman's Club on Jan. 13, the current events were given very delight fully by Mrs. H. C. Jasper. There will be an oratorical con , test at Caldwell High school on reb. &. l ne names oi tne com petitors will be announced later. The coming of Edward Vance Cook, to the Normal is look for ward to with eagerness and -interest Exact . time announced later Phone 272, Ronald Oldham does that perfect dry cleaning and dye ing. Shipping every day to Fault less Fenton, in Cincinnati. Prompt service now assured you. 3-4t The Estill Collegiate Institute, of Irvine, was formally opened last week with a fine attendance. It is under the management of Prof. Hazleti. Mrs. Cecil Thorpe continues dangerously ill at her home in the country. Her many friends earnestly hope for good news from her bed side. Phone 272, Ronald Oldham does that perfect dry cleaning and dyeing. Shipping every day to Faultless Fentor, in Cincinnati. Prompt service now assured you. ' 3-4t Mr. Jno. ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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