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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 April 1913

i i STORY j WINS By Eleanor M. Ingram Author of The Game and the Candle," "The Flyinjz Mercury." etc ' v Ittmtratltm Frederic Thornbargh XpjfigHl IS IX The Bobbs-Merrill Company synopsis: r - ;. At the beginning of great automobile race th- mechanician of the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and Is ac cepted. In the rest during the twenty four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Miss Carlisle, who introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig nores. Btanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow in auto. CHAPTER IV (Continued.) Stanton, unruffled as In the New York depot, except for his wind-tossed hair, whose blackness waB .flecked with yellow road dust, leaned hack to reclaim his hat and inquire their destinat ion. When he returned to the usual method of driving with both hands and facing forward,' Miss Car lisle...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 April 1913

m alfons O'S NARROWESCAPE THREE BULLETS ARE FIRED AT HIS HEART, BUT A TREMBLING HAND SAVES RULER. THIRD ATTEMPT TO KILL HIM Great Coolness Displayed By King, Who Prisoner Swears Is Certain To Be Slain Within a Year. ' Western Newspaper Union News Service. Madrid. "Alfonso shall die within one year. That has been decided upon by "men who are determined to free Spain of a tyrant and . "Six men originally were chosen to kill him. -I am the fourth. "Two of my predecessors are dead, but how they died I shall not say. "Two more will dog Alfonso's every footstep when he is beyond the pro tection of his own palace. "1 aimed at Alfonso's heart, but hunger and cold not fear made me tremble like an aspen, and my bullets went wild." Allegro, attempted slay er of the king of Spain. For the third time in his reign King Alfonso narrowly escaped being the victim of an anarchist's attempt against his life. Three shots were liicd at the king in the streets of the capital by a native of Barcelona, Ra ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

r1 Ma SOMAN li ini f A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. lUCllMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1913. NUMBER 1G. H A RACE MEETING SUBSTITUTION FOR CUSTOMARY PINK TEA, SOCIAL INNOVATION OF LEXINGTON SOCIAL V LEADERS. ' - Reel Race Horses and Real Jockiee, Notable in Social and Turf World, to Atttnd. Western Newspaper Unlou News Service. Louisville, Ky. The first race meet ing In Kentucky thla year will be held by A woman for the entertainment of her frlenila. It will be given by Mrs. Clara Le Bub. at Hlnat farm, near Lexington. The date la April 24 and .the meeting ha been aanctloned by the Kentucky Racing Commission and the Kastern Jockey club. The races will be contested by real race horses, ridden by professional Jockeys. Hand some pieces of plate will be the re ward a. , MRS. CLAJtA iE BU, v ' .: . - . . . Gov.' McCrear will be one oi the stewards. Gen. John B. castleman, of Louisville, will be associated with him. Nicholas Longworth, of Cincinnati, has been asked t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

REFORM III FINANCE PRESIDENT BELIEVES BANKING AND CURRENCY LEGISLATION IS VERY MUCH NEEDED. AS IMPORTANT AS TARIFF Executive l Anxious Tnt Special Session of Congress Tad Up tha Subject Prompt Action Would Open Way for Othor Mature. By OEORQK CLINTON. Washington. It seems Anally to be definitely determined that President Wilson, believing backing and cur reocy legislation to b of aa much Im portance as tha tariff bill la getting anxious that such legislation shall b enacted, at tha special session In ad dition to that affecting the customs. If tha tariff bill ahall make slow progress after It baa reached tha aenate and should not go to tha White House for signature or veto before the first of August, It la perhapa likely that Mr. Wilson would be willing that the special session should come to an nd and that there should be a recess of congress for at least six months. There la a growing feeling here that tf the tariff bills go through quickly the president nay ask that the cur-, ren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

The Newspaper (Contributed) An excerpt of a sermon deliv ered by Rev. E. B. Dames, Sun day, April 20th: "I feel like saying that the newspaper is an American prod uct I know of no papers any where that reflect life as faith fully, that speak with as much authority, that represent the en terprise of the day so fully as those published In our own land. Our cosmopolitan editors were and are great men. From the days of Horace Greeley to the present the number of eat edi tors has increased with the mul tiplication of papers. While the nation does not depend now as in earlier days upon the word of Dana or Whitelaw Reid, still the favorite paper does much to mould public opinion, and behind the opinion is the editor. A great paper means a great man as sure ly as Friday's footprint in the sand meant a man to Robinson Crusoe. "The newspaper is powerful be cause it reaches many people. The responsibility of an editor is therefore very great A bad editor is a menace to the whole people, and be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

jyr Sim STORY OT THE TIRST VVUlUlItiSAy'Jk jfcw BY THE pur.sior.NT XZSvF (CONTINUED.) Even to tend a warning to the French wti no easy matter when the king's letter came and the chill autumn ralna were at hand. The mountain streams, alread y awollen, presently to be full of ice, would be rpry dangerous for men and horses, and the forests were likely enough to teem with hostile savages, now the French were there. A proper messenger was found and dispatched, nevertheless young Major George Washington, of the Northern district The errand lay In his quar ter; his three years of surveying at the heart of the wilderness had made him an experienced woodsman and hardy traveler, had tested hla pluck and made proof of his character; he vn well known upon the frontier, and his friends were very Influential, and very cordial In recommending him for this or any other manly service that railed for steadiness, hardihood and resource. Dinwiddle Knows Hla Man. Dinwiddle bad been a correspondent of L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

$ Tell iu th newt. Wt appreciate It and IU our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all newt Item. Mr. Jas. Deatherage bought the handsome home of Mr. J. W. Newberry on Woodland avenue last Thursday. This is one of the prettiest places in that section. oo Mr. Thomas Million t is agent for a book entitled 'The National Calamity," which is a description of the terrible tornado which dev astated Omaha, and of the disas trous floods which prostrated Dayton and other Ohio towns. It illustrates the rapidity of the printing age. A calamity ana a book describing it while you wait 00 Death of Mr. H. Clay Rice Mr. H. Clay Rice, one of Rich mond's best citizens, died at his home on Saturday, in the 73rd year of his age. Mr. Rice was a native of Estill, and no man was more esteemed in that county. For the last few years he has made this city his home, and has won many friends who sorrow at his death.. The burial was in the old burying ground, near Rice St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

QatKerea Srrttles HIS ALTER EGO. The boarding school miss u al lowed to walk down the street alt by herself. In less than an hour aha got Into trouble. 8bn had smashed a cor aer loafer In the face. So aha had to be cross-examined. "Why did you bit this man?" "Became be winked at me." "How did you know he was winking at youT The aand might have been blowing tn hie face." "Becauae he winked at me with one eye." "What did you do thenr "I bit him In hie 'alter ego.' " "Talk English. What do you mean by hia alter ego?" "Hla other I." Cleveland IMaln Dealer. Briefly Stated. "Which would you rather have a ww of your own or a reliable city milkman?" "That depends." "Dependa on what?" "A lot of thinga. There are two dif ferences between a cow and a milk man, and one difference la tn favor of the former and one In favor of the lat ter." "Explain." "1. A cow glvea pure milk. "1. A cow doesn't give credit." Womanly Intuition. Mm. Flatlelgh The new family up stair have a lot of money, but they n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

THE WISDOM OF DADDY CROW By CALEB B. WHITFORD. A very wise old crow that lived ia tbe north with hla big tribe found the winters were too severe for him so he concluded to take the crowa, over which he ruled, and migrate to a more aouthera country where It was not ao cold. But when he called tho crowa together to advise them of his decision to take them to a warmer climate they made some objections to going to a new country. "We are doing very well here," said young Jimmy Crow. "You must not forget," anawercd the old crow, "that I am a very wise bird. I have lived here a great many years and have taught most of you all you know about getting your liv ing and keeping out of trouble. I want to continue to help you. Per haps you had better put Jimmy Crow at the head of tHe community and de pose me. I've noticed lately that he profesaea to have a wonderful lot of wisdom for a young crow." "I'm going to follow Daddy," aaid little Billy Crow. "Of course I'm a liltle crippled crow and don'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

THE MAD1S0NIAN PMsk4 Every Taemfay at WIchww.Kr. fcr Grant E. Lilly, Editor & Owner Entered a lecond-claM matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky, under the Act of March 3, 1879. -SUBSCRIPTION RATES On Year $1.00 SU Months 60 Three Months 35 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. OUR SLOGAN: Reduce our taxes. OUR AIM: To bring about a reform In our administration of public af fairs, to the end that the people may obtain relief In a reduction of their tax burden. WE will give you a paper all the time which every member of the family can read with pleasure and profit. OUR HELPERS: Every person who speaks kindly of us to his neighbors. k k k k k k FOLLY In an address delivered in New York City, Vice President Mar shall utters what he meant for, and what he calls, a note of warn ing to the rich. It is really a note of warning, but it only warns the people that they should be on guard against such freak utter ances as that made by the vice president In this speech, which has be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

I 8ERIAL STORY STANTON WINS r M. Author at "Tha Own and ih CaadW," Th 1 4 t- IMS, TSs I VNOP8II. At Die beginning of rut sntomobll race the mechanician or the Mroury, f im, ton's machine, drop dd. Strang youth. Jhn Floyd. volunteer, and I ac cepted. In th rt during th twenty four hour rao Stanton mwts a stranger, 'Mis CaiilaU. who Introduces hsrself. Th Msrmr orlna ram. Stanton rwoalveaJ H.iwwrs flym Mtaa fsrttals. wh: which h 1-"1 nor. Stanton mt Mis Carllal on a train, Thty alight to tak walk, and train Imim Stanton and Ml Carllal iHmjw in auto Accident by which Ban to! la hurt ! mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tails of hi boyhood. r CHAPTER V. (Contlnu.d.) Rtanton gasped. Where bad his memory been, not to recall the name of HoydT A multitude of confueed recollection rushed across hi mind, of that famous manufacturer and moor for abeer love of the sport, of the ruperb cart bs had built, and of his death In a railroad wreck, the previous year. "He tied ma In his car," con...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 April 1913

THREE ARE SLAIN WOMAN SHOT AND BABES CLUBBED TO DEATH NEAR ELGIN, ILL, ENDS SEARCH OF FIVE DAYS "Coroner Declare Victim War Slain by an Assassin Manny Sltep, th Husband and Fsther. Collopsee Under Strain. Elgin. 111.. April it Discovery of the mutilated bodies of Mrs. Maud Sleep, wife of a farmer living m milne west of Elgin, aud her two chil dren, aged two and four years, tn the bottom of a dry cistern on the farm uncovered a grewsoms murder mys tery, which is baffling police authori ties and resident of Elgin. Mrs. Sleep had been missing since last Monday. When found ahe was lying In a crum pled heap with her babies beside her. with four bullet wounds In the chest and neck, while the children's skulls had been smashed, apparently with the butt end of a revolver. Their heads were almost severed from their bodies. Revolver Found Baid Wall. A revolver with one chamber emp ' tied was found beside the well, while .a blood-stained ax lay In a woodshed adjoining the house. No other clews...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

1 i v i I" 7 T"7 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1913. NUMBER 17., I J C-S gJ I i- 3' ft -3) i! ! . 0 1. ..ly SHEEP INDUSTRY IN DANGER FROM SHEEP ROT COMMISSIONER OF AGRICUL TURE GIVES ADVICE. - Local Department Allowed to Handle Rot Situation If Effort to Era dicate Is ' Made. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort, Ky. Foot rot : has be come a menace to the sheep industry of Kentucky, the income from which amounts to approximately $5,000,000 annually, and Commissioner of Agri-t culture J. W. Newman lias sent out a communication to the county judges and livestock inspectors all over the state, advising them as to the means of curing the sheep and eradicating the disease. Where a field has be come thoroughly impregnated with the bacilli, government 'experts say treat ment -and eradication -cost more than the value of the . sheep, and advise slaughtering all -the sheep and aban doning the field for two years. Stock yard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

-1 i I Ki IVILSOH REAL PILOT THIS IS "MOST PERSONAL" AD MINISTRATION THAT EVER HELD SWAY IN COUNTRY. RULES WITH THE BIRCH ROD Greater Legislative Acts of Present Congresa Will Bear Name of Presi dent Rather Than Their Legisla tive Champions. Frederick A. Cleveland, . 'Who la chairman ef the commission on econ omy and efficiency, is in frequent con ferencus -with-President Wilson. A year ago the Democratic majority in the house wanted to do away with the commission and its activities,, but the wiser counsel of the leaders prevailed. and the three commissioners are work ing today is hard as they did during the previous administration. Mr. Wil son wants to save $100,000,000 a year. but it can be set down safely that he thinks it is possible this amount of the saving may be doubled. Will Cut Revenues. TJhe Democratic tariff bill, if it passes congress and is signed by the president, in anything like its present form, will cut. the yearly revenues of By GEORGE CLINTON 1116 government to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

Tell us 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. Don't forget the games of . ball which will be played between Eastern and Western Normal Schools for State championship May 15-16. -oo- News has reached Richmond of the death of Mr. James Dunlap of Dallas, Texas, who a few years ago married Miss Elizabeth Em bry, of this city. -oo- Our Richmond boys are com plimented wherever they go. On the ball team of Millersburg Mili tary Institute, Harry Rice is cap tain and Harold Oldham and Bal lard are also "office holders." Alien, vvaiton ana LacKey are "subs." They will play Eastern on their grounds May 5. Every body turn out for this occasion. -oo- New Business Block For Irvine The contract already let for the brick and clearing the lot to begin excavating for the basement and foundation, it is an absolute cer tainty that before the summer is over a new two-story business building, consisting of three...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

TK3E PIN MONEY FOR BOYS Seeds for Planting Should Be Carefully Assorted. Time for Performing Task Varies Ac cording to Latitudes and Seasons Onions Mav Be Put in Earl ier Than Other Plants. B KATHERINK ATHERTON GRIM.) If there is one time of the year that is better than all the rest, it is the - time "when the seeds are put into the ground. The ' sweet, warm air, the sunny sky, blue as a million tur quoises, and, more than all, the smell of the fresh, moist earth, all seem full of joyful promise. No wonder. all, the nnsg hlnsenm nut in tViA Enrinp" PVPT1 a horse-block could write poetry if it couldl Now for the planting. Your ground is fit as fit can be see how mellow and warm it is! your seeds are care fully tested and sorted, and each kind is tied up by. itself in a little cloth . sack that will not break if you carry it in your pocket. I said your seeds were sorted. Are you sure you rtmembered to do that? , on a white oilcloth laid on the table one kind at a time, of . course and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

Do the Wicked Continue Sinning After Death? By REV. J. H. RALSTON. , Smetary of Conapoodenc Departmcat. . Moody Bible lutitut. Chicago TEXT "Ho that Is unrighteous, let hlra do. unrighteousness, still: and he that Js filthy, let Mm be made filthy still: and he that Is righteous, let him do righteous ness still: and he that is holy, let him b made holy silll Rev. 22:11. A. R. V. Do the wicked cease sinning when they die? Probably the vast majority ot those who ever consider this question with out deep thought say they certainly do, for men are to render account to God for the deeds done in the flesh, and when a man dies his ac count . is closed. Is It not wise to look ' into this matter, little carefully? Our thoughts are presented from the evangelcal standpoint as to the nature, manifestation, and outcome of sin. The widely prevalent modern, though erroneous, view of sin makes It rather an advantage than a disad vantage, Adam's fall being upward rather than downward. One of the firs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

THE MADISONIAN 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 Richmond, Ky, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.. $1.00 Six Months. .... .60 Three Months.. .35 One Month 15 v IN ADVANCE. OUR SLOGAN: Reduce our taxes: OUR AIM: To bring about a reform in our administration of public af fairs, to the end that the people may obtain relief in a reduction of their tax burden. WE will give you a paper all the time which every member of the family can read with pleasure and profit OUR HELPERS: Every person who speaks kindly of us to his neighbors. (Some errors were left in our columns last week, owing to my inability to read and correct the copy and proof. G. E. Lilly.) THE CALIFORNIA MUDDLE It is strange that in this day, the question of state rights is one that is continually coming to the front. This time, California is in the International limelight Cali forn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

SPORTING NEWS By Hans Manager Barnett, of the Rich Baseball Club, has announced that his team will meet the "Star Bloomer Girls" at Pioneer park Tuesday, May 6th. The Bloomer girls are considered to be the champion woman baseball club in the world. Manager Barnett has rented Pioneer park for the season, and promises the citizens of Richmond a first class amateur ball club. This game should' be a good one, and will be called promptly at 3 o'clock. Barnett played "short", in a few games for the Pioneers last season, and his work was con sidered very classy. The Private School Pirates copped a double header from Ballards nine last week. Both games were well played. Score, first game, 8 to 6. Second game, 5 to 2. The Pirates have won 5 and lost "none". "Going some" Ty Curt Corzelius got his usual hit, a single. Christian Church Sunday Schoorteam defeated Ballards Nine. Score 10 to 8. -oo- The General Federation of Women's. Clubs now have plans on foot for an endownment fund of $100,000 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

IEfliI BY THE PRESIDENT VsJZ (CONTINUED.) BufTd Fort Duquesne. As the spring advanced, the French force upon the river grew from 500 to 1.400 men, and work was pushed rapldJy forward upon fortifications such as the little band of Englishmen they had ousted had not thought of attempting a veritable fort, albeit of a rude frontier pattern, which its builders called Duquesne, In honor of their governor. Washington could hit upon no wa ter course that would afford him quick transport; 'twould have been folly, besides, to take his handful of ragged provincials into the presence of an Intrenched army. He was fain to go into camp at Grand Meadows, just across the ridge of the mountains, and there await his colonel with sup plies and an additional handful of men. Becomes Comander-in-Chief. It was "a charming field for an en counter, the young commander thought, but it was to be hoped the enemy would not find their way to it in too great numbers. An "In dependent Company" of provincials in t...

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