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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

RE Pre PUBLISHER DIES EDITOR OF LEXINGTON LEADER x AND HONORED IN LOCAL AND NATIONAL POLITICS. Served Two Years as Collector of In ternal Revenue For Lexing ton District. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky. Samuel Judson Rob erts, 55 years otd, owper and editor of the Lexington Leader and for many years prominent in Central Kentucky, -died at his home of poisoning follow ing an operation for ingrowing toenail. Mr. Roberts was for many years col lector of internal revenue for the Sev enth district. He was born at Fom eroy, O., February 11, 1858, being u son of Rev. Edward and Caroline Kelly Roberts. He was educated at Canton (O.) academy and entered newspaper work in 1878, being on the staff of the Cleveland Leader and Herald from that year until 1882. From 1882 until the spring of 1888 he was identified with the Canton Repository. l&tt' w - ' ten - - h SAMUEL JUDSON ROBERTS. In May, 18S8, he founded the Lex ington Leader and since has been its editor and for sev...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

Tell lis the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all news items. J. Carl Deatherage sold to Thomas & Parks a coming 4-year-old jack; 15 J hands high, for $550. -oo- 3rWe are not running any contest for prizes. You pay your money and you will get a premium of a handsome, picture, not some one else a prize bought with your money. -09- Painful Accident Dr. C. E. Smoot, a prominent and well known physician of this city, met with a painful acci dent Tuesday last in Lexington, while wiping off the running gear of his automobile, the result of which he lost three fingers on his left hand. He was hurried to the hospital where medical at tention was rendered. His friends here regret very much his acci dent. -00- Will Have to Remove Rocks The immense quantity of rocks dumped into the river by the Burton Construction Co. at the south end of town, will have to be removed, and hoisting machin ery is now being placed ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

tim r tt T7nvnv PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM WASHER Hose Arranged to Connect With Spigot of Bathtub and Sprays Strip Handy at Home. For the convenient -handling of photographic films at home an In diana man has invented a film washer. This consists of a rubber tube that connects with the spigot of the bath tub as a bath spray does and has a slot attachment on the other end. This attachment consists - of two flat lips that work on the same principle as a paper clip. - They hold one end of the film and the hose is then hung over a pas bracket or towel rack or some similar object so that it is some dis- Photo Film Washer. tanee above the tub and the film can dangle its full length below. The water is then turned on and is spray ed; gently over the film, washing it thoroughly and without the fingers touching it anywhere. Any spigot in the house will do quite as well, but a bucket 6hould be provided over which the film can be hung. LITTLE SLEEP FOR ELEPHANT Beast Never Lies Down in Its Whoie Life, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

TRAGEDY OF A LOST LINE. "This patient looks harmless." ; "He is. That's the one we call the sonnetteer." "And did making sonnets drive him Insane?" "No. I am told his trouble originat ed in the fact that he wrote a peculiar ly beautiful sonnet called 'On Visiting the Scenes of Happy Days, and that the printer accidentally omitted a line. When the poet saw ho had put his name to a thirteen-line 'sonnet' he went stark mad." ' Unhappy fellow. He has a kind face." "Yes. But just tell him you are a printer then jump back and hear him gnash his teeth!" Attempt Useless. Needing some ribbon one day, while ia a very small southern town, we went to the one store there. "Ribbons?" questioned the store keeper. "Well, we-all just mislaid our stock of ribbons, but if.you-all come back later, I'll see if I can find them." So back we went later. He had found them. "What color did you-all want?" "Blue." we replied. . "Oh, blue!" he exclaimed in disgust We haven't sot any blue. Blue is so popular we ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

THE MADISON! AN Published Every Tuesday at RIchmond.Ky. by Grant -E. Lilly, - Editor & Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Kicnmona Ky, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES - One Year- -$1.00 Si Months ' .- .60 Three Months .. .35 One Month - -15 IN ADVANCE. OUR SLOGAN: Reduce our taxes. niTR ATM? To hrins? about a reform in our administration of public affairs, to - t 1 1 1 ! the end that the people may oDiain reuei . in a reduction of their tax burden. niTR HELPERS: Everv person who speaks kindly of us to his neighbors. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce GREEN CLAY as a candidate for the office of Rep resentative of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce A. D. MILLER as a candidate for the office of Representative of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 4 We are authorized to announce P. S. Whitlock, of Kirksville, a candidate for t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

i : A ii From Our Exchanges. The ' Anderson News has at last awak ened to the fact that Kentucky is badly in debt and suggests that some of the useless commissions and ' offices' be abolished. When McCreary was elected the News had a big headline "Glory to God," or words to that effect We suppose that by this ; time Editor Alverson has found out that the Almighty had very little to do with that election. But seriously, the State is getting in mighty bad shape and we sin cerely trust some way may be found to keep it from bankruptcy. Hanodsburg Leader. t Negro Murderer to Die in Electric Chair A record-breaking trial was held at Ver sailles Monday in the case of Silas Will iams, the 17-year-old negro boy who mur dered Mrs. Susan Black and attacked her daughter, Mrs. Lee Moffett, alt their home at Troy, Woodford county, several weeks ago. The case was called in Judge Stout's court and the jury was out but one min ute and a half, filing into the courtroom with a verdict of guilty and fi...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

gr; -- - : - x f v 'v " , - ' . ' . ( y, " - X ! V , - y" ' - VxlTSPvmc story or. the tthst TOEsnnjSvSv; wZSsC. BY TKE PRESIDENT' GEORGE WASHINGTON was cast for his career ty a very scant and homely training. Augustine Washington, his father, lacked neither the will nor the means to set him handsomely afoot, with as good a schooling, both. In books and in affairs, as was to be had; he would have done all that a liberal and provi dent man tuould do to advance his boy in the worli, had he lived to go with him through his youth. He owned land in four counties, more than five thousand acres all told, and lying upon both the rivers that refresh the fruitful Northern Neck; besides several plots of ground in the promising village of Fredericksburg, which lay opposite his lands upon the Rappahannock; and one-twelfth part of the stock of the Principio Iron Com pany, whose mines and furnaces in Maryland and Virginia yielded a bet ter profit than any others In the two colonies. His Father Once...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

7 A SERIAL STORY STANTON WINS By' Eleanor M. Isgrsm Author of "The Game mad the Candle." "The Flying Mercury." etc. ..---.- IUtttiraliont ly Frederic Thoraborgh Copyright mx Tk BobtM-MerriU Compear SYNOPSIS. At the beginning 0f great automobile ce.tl,e mechanician of the Mercury, Btanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth. Jesse Floyd, .volunteers, and is ac cepted. In the rest during the twenty ?Jr our race Stanton meets a stranger. Miss Carlisle, who Introduces herself. CHAPTER l!-(Contlnued.) "My father Is president of a tire company;" ehe Idly remarked. "His tires are being used on some of the cars, thef Mercury for one, I believe, and he wanted to watch their testing under use. So, after a dinner engage ment we could not escape, we mo tored down here from the city. , You ee I have not viewed much of the race. I admit this does not look very perilous and I am a bit disappointed. I," again her short crystal faugh, "I shall hope better things of the famous Stanton; I want to adm...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 March 1913

TAKE THEM SINGLY THAT. IS DEMOCRATIC PLAN FOR HANDLING ALL MATTERS OF NATIONAL MOMENT. ' "THE WATCH ON THE SENATE By Thin Method Attention Will Be Centered on the Upper House While It Considers Such Things as the Tariff. r By GEORGE CLINTON.: Washington. Sharp intimation" has leen given to the Democratic leaders by the. administration that it - seems desirable, from a party efficiency standpoint, to 'undertake no legislation at the extra session except that relat ing to : the 'tariff. If present plans of the national Democracy are carried to their logical end it seems that all leg islative matters of great national mo ment' will be considered by congress singly. There are reasons for the present planning of the Democrats concerning the manner of handling the larger leg islative problems. It is apparent that the president, and the leaders with him, do not wish to have the country's attention divided between the two houses of congress when vitally impor tant matters are up for conside...

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

E A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TTO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KKNTUCK Y, Tlf ESDA Y, APRIL 1, 1913. NUMBER 13. TM MAffl.SOMAKf A 1 DEATH LIST IN OHIO REACHES FIVE HUNDRED FLOOD DAMAGE AMOUNTS TO MILLIONS Business Sections of Dayton, Middletown, Hamilton, Zanesville and Other Ohio Cities Almost Completely Wiped Out of Existence By Flood and Fire Loss of Lives Greatest in Dayton and Columbus Million Dollar Relief Fund Raised Property Loss Reaches Mil lionsRailroad Traffic Completely Paralized No Trains In or Out of Cincinnati With Mail and Express Matter For Over a Week Ohio ' River Reached 69-Foot Stage 11 11 ' rv.U-:&&s:- ft -n yy - 'MMOntlMI ''w.p ..,). TtlL?' ') " I 11- T (Plintu Cincinnati Eiiiiirerf PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW OF 8CENES IN FLOOD-RIDDEN DAYTON, OHIO. THIRTY FEET OF WATER COVERED THE MAIN STREETS IN THE BUSINESS DI8TRICT TWO HUNDRED PERSONS WERE DROWNED THE FLOOD WAS CAUSED BY HIGH WATER BREAKING THE WALLS OF THE RESERVOIR TWO MILES ABOVE THE CITY DEATH LIST NOTAS G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

KY. LOSS HEAVY ALONG OHIO RIVER FORTY THOUSAND ARE HOME LESS AND MANY OTHERS HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES. great damage in Kentucky Forty-Seven Feet Stage Expected at Louisville Food and Tents Asked From the State High Winds and Water In the Mountain Districts. Western Newspaper t"nUa JJe.es Service Louisville, Ky. Fifty thousand are homeless, and from one end of Ken tucky to the other come reports tell ing of a great damage wrought by the ftood. The crest of the flood will not fce reached for several days down In the western end of Kentucky, where year ago high waters awept away komes and destroyed thousands of dol lars' worth of property. Evansvllle, Ind.: Cairo, 111., and other smaller towns lying along the Ohio fear the ort and an exodus to safety has begun. Added to the number of homeless in Newport and Covington there Is near ly 12,000 here and the number of homes deserted between here and the Mississippi Is appalling. Belated re ports from the mountain sections tell of vast damage w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

Tell us lh newt. Wt appreciate It and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. ( Sign your name to all newt Items. Nicholasville ha arranged for its annual fair. Why not look after the fair here? Transylvania ' base ball team will play the Eastern team at Richmond on April 15th. 00 Chas. Wills, recently of Estill County, bought the Todd farm of 204 acres paying therefor the amount $71.80 per acre. oo Charles Chenault, formerly of Mt Sterling, son of W. O. Chen ault, of that city, is quarantined in a hospital in Nashville, Tenn., with smallpox. He has relatives in this county. 00 Dr. J. W. Scudder and family have returned from Arizona, and it is with much pleasure we wel come them back to their Oid Kentucky Home. Madison coun ty can ill afford to lose such citi zens and we trust they are here ti stay. The following cases from Mad ison county are set for hearing in the Kentucky Court of Appeals on Wednesday. April 23rd: Hackett vs. Hackett's Exr. Hibbard vs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

I I I Know Each Other Br REV. JAMES M. CRAY. D O. TEXT For hat la our hops, Joy nr rrnwn of rejoicing? Are not even ye, the preecnce of our Land Jnui Christ, st Ilia coming? I Then. MS. What mor in teresting nd ten der question do Christiana ever put one to ' another than this Shall wn know each other In the life to come? The llible nowhere definitely answer that ques tion, but the infer ences are many of an affirmative kind. For example, there is the uni versality of the belief or hope of such recognition. which Is expressed on every tomb Mime and heard In the hyitinody of the church in all the centuries. A be lief of a few men In a few places Is not a sufficient ground of evidence, hut a belief of all men in ull places i very different. God would seetu.to be the author of a belief like this, and. if o. there must be a ground for It. In the second place, the reasonable ness of tfie idea strengthens the con viction of its truth. For example, the resurrection of which the Bible xpeak...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

1 General News In the race between the Stork and Reaper In Boyle county, the Stork wins by the score of 317 to 209. President Wilson has selected Charles W. Elliot of Harvard University sas our Ambassador to Great Britian. Wash Miller was tried before J. II. Evans last week and was sent to the Eastern Kentucky State Hospital at Lexington. Judge I. H. Thurman, well known here, is being boomed by Washington Democrats as a can didate for the office of Governor. A jury to try the case of the negroes who murdered Marshall A.C. Pettit, at Clay City, has been summoned from Montgom ery county. The celebrated case of the State against Dr. Hyde, charged with the murder of Col. Swope, in Kansas City, Mo., resulted in a hung jury. Liquor men are making a fight to have Senator James and Con gressman Helm endorse S. E. Booth, of Anderson county, for George Washington Who can answer the following questions about this great patriot: 1 When and where was he born? 2 Whom did he marry and how old was ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

To Bad Dear Superintendent : I regret to announce that we will hold no Convocation ' this year. It has been our custom each year to invite the Superintendents of this Normal School District to participate in an educational con vention, a real working conven tion, to inspect the plant and work of State Normal and to en courage and stimulate all the school forces of Eastern Ken tucky. But the truth must be plainly told: we are not receiving a single dollar of revenue nor have we been receiving any rev enue for months. The State Auditor, upon authority of the Attorney General, refuses to issue warrants for our appropriations, and the State Treasurer says there is not any money in the treasury. We have been con ducting the school in the usual way, with an increased attend ance, and with an enthusiastic student body; but I scarcely know how we have been doing it The grocers, and butchers, and bakers and even the candle-makers are furnishing us goods "on tick." The faculty are paid in '"D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

NEWS forltk 'YOUNG ' PEOPLE THE FATE OF SMARTY SOL-BEAR By CALEB B. WHITFORD. "Hollo, there, little bear, you ap pear to bo working mighty hard for your supper. Excuse me for calling you IIUIc bear, you was all humped up no catching bugs you looked like a littln bear, but when you come to straighten up I see you're a mldule ir.o bear, almost at big aa I am. nut tell mo, what's your name?" "My Daddy call me Billy Hoar bn rauxe he says I'm alwaya busy hunt ing like Old Hilly the hunter was who used to Ilvo and hunt In this bottom." "I might aa well tell you my name. My f)ad calls me Sol, because he says 1 am a very wine bear. Old Solomon, T)ad itnys. wns the wisest man In the world." "Well, Mr. Solomon " "Ion't call me Solomon. Call me Sol. It's more friendly like." "All right, Sol. I was going to tell you that my Daddy is one of the wisest bears in this canebrake bot tom, although ho dou't pretend to know very much, and he alwaya told me not to get too friendly with bears that preten...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

s THE MADISONIAN PuWI.Hee Every T at KIchmoml.Ky. ky Grant L Lilly, Editor & Owner Entered m second-class matter January 22, 1913, at th post office at Richmond, Ky, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES On Year $1.00 Sin Month 60 Three Month .35 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. ANNOC1NCU.M12NT8. FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce GREEN CLAY as a candidate (or the office of Rep resentative of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce A. D. MILLER as acandidate for the office of Representative of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce H. C RICE as a candidate for the office of Judge of the Madison County Court subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce ELMER DEATH E RAGE a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demodratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are aut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

SERIAL CTORY STANTON WINS Br tlttMT M. IlfTM Aether ef "The Cam and the Candle." "The Hying MercwT." eU. frceerlc llersksrsh Oejrlekt IM I'M BvM-MarrlU Caataaay SYNOPSIS. -At the beginning of great automobile face lh mechanician of the Mercury. BJtanton'e machine, drop dul Strange youth, Jnh Floyd, volunteere. and la eo tepted. In I ho reel durlnir Ilia twenty four hour race Rtanton meets a trftnjrer, Mia Carllala, who Introducea herself. The Mercury wine race. Btanton receive flowers from Mlaa Carllala. which he ore. CHAPTER lit. The Finish, and After. Morning arched Its golden hours cross the) atlll speeding cara, and melted slowly Into noon. Tb weary 4rtvera had settled to steady endur anoa gain. Baring their energy and their machines for the mora apectao ular work of afternoon and evening. At ulna o'clock that night the race would and. The Mercury car hat) registered ninety miles mora than the Duplex, both of them being many tena of miles In advance) of the other competitor. At ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 1 April 1913

LOSS OF LIFE 250 IN DAYTON WILL PROBABLY NOT CXCEEO THAT NUMBER, SAYS SECRE TARY OF WAR GARRISON. MONTGOMERY COUNTY UNDER MARTIAL LAW ... Now Fighting Possible Epidemic Every Effort Being Made to Stem Tide of Disease In Flood-Stricken City Military and Sanitary Districts Are Outlined and the Guardsmen Are Instructed In Their Duties Aid is Plentiful City Being Cleaned Up. ' tern NewsDiiprr Union Now Her v ire. Dayton. While Pa jtou is searching (or its dead and oponing paths into Its iKolated flood district, the Federal tlovcrnmcnt ban stepped in to protect the lives of th surrlvois who escaped the onslaught or the greatest deluge with which recorded history credit Ohio. All of Montgomery county I under mnrtinl law. Tho Hem City's gruuri problem. Hint ct health preservation. In In the u;nd of I'ncie Sam. A Federal Sin Uary Commission, headed by Or. Wiilo, of tho Marine Corps; Secretary Me C;(nlt'll, cf the Sinte Hoard of Health, and Major Thnmns I.. Rhodes, n'de to President Wilson. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 April 1913

TTJT A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME!. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1913. NUMBER 14. En : ( " - v. ROOD DEATHS REACHED 454 REHABILITATION WORK UNDERWAY 77,133 Weed Assistance in the Vast Task of Re pairing Damage Made by Flood in Ohio Rlillions of Dollars Required for Restoration Work, in Devastated Cities Visited by Flood ... and Fire -Bankers Ready to Lend Money. i xi-.s-.j V The photograph shows a cottage being carried swiftly down the rushing Scioto river at Columbus only one of the thousands of homes thus wrecked FLOOD DEATHS PUT AT 454, WHILE 77,133 NEED AID. Washington. The death " toll and Ihe extent of the destruction result ing from the torrential rains of near ly two weeks ago are becoming defi nitely apparent. Basing , their figures upon reports received from their field agents through the Ohio flood : districts, of ficials of the Red Cross Society, who have been, placed in charge of the relief work in this stati, have- issued a statement, estimati...

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