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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

IE 1R1 1 L. STORY WINS By ' Eleanor M. Iigrtoi Author of "The Game . nd the Candle." "The iFlyin Mercury." etc lUmiraiiora hy Frederic Thernbnrgb '. fpjr rlsfcl lstti Th Bobba-Merrill Company a SYNOPSIS. ' 1 At ithe beginning of .great automobile nrace the mechanician of the Mercury. tan ton's machine, drops dead. Strange 3'o.uth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and is ac--cepteUL In the reBt duTlng the twenty .'our 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. Stanton meets 'Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton ;a.nd Miss Carlisle foHow in auto. Accident by which San "toTt Is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch -with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they Jine together. Stan tec comes to track lck, but makes race. CHAPTER Vl.'(Contlnued.) -There was a bad "turn. His eyes on thenachine In front, Stan...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 April 1913

I FEAR P 0 PRESIDENT, EXPECTS NO BUSI NESS UPHEAVAL BECAUSE OF TARIFF REVISION. BUSINESS WILL AD1UST SELF if Any Plants Are Shut Down, SayS Democrats, It Will Be for Political Effect Expects Senate to Pass Sill. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. President Wilson does not expect any . business upheaval be cause of the changes in. the tariff. He thinks that business will adjust itself rapidly to a competitive basis and be just as prosperous as it has "been in the pas t, and this in -the face of the fact expected by "the Democrats that prices will be lowered to the consum ers of the country. It will be remem bered that some time prior to his in auguration Mr. Wilson had something to say about hanging higher than Har mon men who maliciously should cre ate panics. -The president was criti cised for saying this and was called to account for it by a good , many .newspapers. There was no word from New Jer sey after this speech was made and the critics had been given a chance to say what they w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

TT o li ii nil A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1913. N UMBER 18. Co V ' v s . "... -" " ) it t VOTES FOR WOK BARRED FROM K. E. A. PROGRAM GET UP RIVAL MEETING. Speakers Shout , Invitation to .Teachers Many Attracted by Rapid Fire Orators and "Oratoresses." ; " Western Newspaper Union" News Service. Louisville, Ky. "Votes for women" campaigners made a "bid for the atten tion of Kentucky school teachers" when thev held a rival meeting on a lawn aoVoining that of .the First Christian Church, where the Kentucky, Educa tional Association is holding its an nual convention. One thousand teach ers are in attendance. The suffragists had asked for a place on the conven tion program, but their request was denied. The suffragists then formu' lated a campaign to obtain the atten tion of the teachers anyhow. The ri val meeting was the result. As the teachers crowded about the doors of the convention hall the suffrage speak ers shouted their inv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

NEGLIGENCE BY CITY OFFICIALS TO . ENFORCE AN ORDINANCE DOES NOT MAKE IT INVALSO. MILK DEALER MUST PAY Risted Payment Against City on . Alleged Failure of City Officials To Collect the License. WOTtern Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort The failure of city offi cials to, enforce an ordinance against a large class of persons to whom It is applicable does not make the ordi nance invalid when it is attempted to he applied to- any person of the class embraced by its provisions." It is nec essary however, that the ordinance of this character should be uniform in its operation, and an ordinance requir ing all persons selling milk in New port, either from a wagon op a depot, to pay a license of $10 a year is uni form. The appellate court so decided in the case of George Weyman against the city of Newport.' Weyman sold milk from a wagon, and when an at tempt was made to collect the license ne resisted payment on the grounds that the alleged failure of the city offi cials charged with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

mis m 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. Last week a colored boy stole a watch from Mrs. G. C. Bradley. He had sold same but it was re covered. - -oo- Mrs. Thomas Rayburn, of Silver Creek, died on Tuesday of Tuber culosis and was buried on Thurs day in the Richmond Cemetery. She was only 19 years of age. -oo Prof. Terrill of the State Uni versity has opened a camp at Valley View with about fifteen Students in attendance. They will be there for about twelve days. Vallev View is getting to be quite a summer resort The Y.M. C. A. Camp will also be located there. -oo- The Kentucky Dental Associa tion will be held in Lexington May '26-28. Many new methods and appliances are to be exhibit ed and the clinics will be con ducted on a most elaborate plan. Also many social features will render the meeting delightful and interesting. -oo- The address of Rev. Robert N. Simpson to the Oddfell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

III HAND III EGYPT Lord Kitchener's Sway in Nile Country Is Masterful. Speaking of Education of Youths, "We Don't Want Them to Get Their Hand Soft," He Says Hold Some Unique Views. Cairo, Egypt. No explanation of the government of Egypt is adequate without the presentation of the name of Lord Kitchener, who since his ap pointment as British agent in October of 1911 has been increasingly the unique and dynamic force behind all the government agencies, alike the protector of imperial English1 interests 'and the humanitarian regenerator of the land he loves, writes Clayton Sedg wick Cooper in a letter from Cairo to the Christian Science Monitor. He came to Egypt to assist in the completion of the splendid work of re generation commenced by Lord Cro mer. He himself had before contrib uted to the problem as the . soldier leader in Khartum, the conqueror of the Khalifa, sweeping out of the Su dan the fanatical dervishes, nor did he arrive one moment too soon to arrest the tide that was su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

wmm USE BOYS' TEST OF SOILS Interesting Experiments of Four Ohio Youths. Most Impressive Lesson Learned Was from What They Did Rather Than from What They Read Re sults of Trials. By IROF. A. B. GRAHAM, OhIovCol lege of Agriculture.) Four boys who were members of the same country school had read about how the soil had been formed by glaciers; they had seen the soil on the hillside farm gradually removed by tiny streams and deposited on the nearby level farm. They had noticed the effects of freezing and thawing on high banks and the sides of the ditches. But there were some facts about soils that which they knew only by what they read. Each one resolved to contrib- ute some simple apparatus which would be needed in making some sim ple tests of the truth of the state ments made in the books. With lamp chimneys, thin muslin and some flat-bottomed pans, they planned to find out for themselves how rapidly different kinds Of soil per mitted water to pass through them. After tying the musli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

BOYS' TEST OF SOILS Interesting Experiments of Four Ohio Youths. Most Impressive Lesson Learned Was from What They Did Rather Than from What They Read Re sults of Trials. (By PROF. A. B. GRAHAM, OhiovCol lege of Agriculture.) Four boys who were members of the same country school had read about how the soil had been formed by glaciers; they had seen the soil on the hillside farm gradually removed by tiny streams and deposited on the nearby level farm. They had noticed the effects of freezing and thawing on high banks and the sides of the ditches. But mere were some tacts about soils that which they knew only by what they read. Each one resolved to contrib- ute some simple apparatus which would be needed in making some sim; pie tests of the truth of the stated merits made in the books. With lamp chimneys, thin muslin and some flat-bottomed pans, they planned to find out for themselves how rapidly different kinds of soil per mitted water to pass through them. After tying the muslin on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 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, K under the Act of March 3, 1879. , -SUBSCRIPTION RATES ; ' One Year ; .,$1.00 Six Months ....... .60 Three Months..... . ... .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. OUR SLOGAN: Reduce bur 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. FOUR MONTHS OLD We are four months old. One 'itttle toofie has appeared. We are cutting a whole mouthful . eye teeth and wisdom teeth all at the same time. When we are through with the process, we will be but little older but much wiser and, it is to be hoped, hot a sad der man. Yes, to be hoped! Oh, f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

Judge Sutton Injured Judge J. F. Sutton, of Beatty ville, former judge of Lee county, and one of the most prominent lawyers and politicians in this sec tion of the State, while gointo his home from the depot Mon day night, fell from afojty foot trestle and sustained a broken leg and other serious injuries. He just reached the city on the late night train and was taking a short route home which led over the trestle. Judge is well known here and his friends regret his misfortune. Estill Tribune. 00 Q4fVi Annlvprtarw rf Odd Fellows On Saturday evening, May 26th the Independent Oddfellows cele brated their 94th anniversary in this country; the occasion-was also ' the 70th anniversary . of Madison Lodge No 14 of this city, which is one of the oldest in the state. 7 ' The work of the degree team was skillfully put on, and after a number of excellent speeches the evening closed with an ele gant banquet. ., ' -oo- We make a specialty of selling nothing but the best grades of Clover, Timothy...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

BY THE PRESIDENT-- (CONTINUED.) "7 The English Prepare. Transports carrying two English regiments had sailed for Virginia In January, and by the twentieth of Feb ruary had reached the Chesapeake. The French ships got safely In at the St. Lawrence despite pursuit, losing but two of their fleet, which had the ill luck to be found by the English 2 fc V . General Braddock. befogged and bewildered off the coast. The colonies were to see fighting on a new scale. The English ministers, with whom just then all things went either by favor or by accident, had made a sorry blunder in the choice of a commander. Major General Edward Braddock, whom they had commissioned to take the two regiments out and act as commander-in-chief in America, was a brave man, a veteran soldier, bred in a thorough school of action, a man quick with energy and indomitable in resolution; but every quality he had unfitted him to learn. Self-confident, brutal; headstrong, "a very 'Iro quois In disposition," he would . t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

frCj o- HY THE PRESIDENT- rZgI . a. (CONTINUED.) The English Prepare. Transports carrying two Engjish regiments had sailed for Virginia in January, and by the twentieth of Feb ruary had reached the Chesapeake. The French ships got safely in at the St. Lawrence despite pursuit, losing but two of their fleet, which had the ill luck to be found by the English. General Braddock. befogged and bewildered off the coast. The colonies were to see fighting on a new scale. The English ministers, with whom just then all things went either by favor or by accident, had made a sorry blunder in the choice of a commander. Major General Edward Braddock, the two regiments out and act aa' commander-in-chief in America, was a brave man, a veteran soldier, bred in a thorough school of action, a man quick with energy and indomitable in resolution; but every quality he had unfitted him to learn. Self-confident, brutal; headstrong, "a very Iro quois in disposition," he would tak-3 neither check nor suggesti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

" ' ' ;J 1 SERIAL STORY STANTON WINS '- ' ' By v- Cleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle," "The Flying Mercury." etc IUaHratient bo Frederic Thontborgb UwrigM VOX Tb Bob b-Merrill Company synopsis; 'r- At the beginning- of great automobile race the 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 stranjrer. Miss Carlisle, who introduces herself. The Mercury wins race, Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight v to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. -Accident by which Stan ton is hurt Is mvsterious. Floyd, at luncn with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes tp track sick, but makes race. They have accl dent. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 May 1913

sotnms TARIFF BILL IS SURE TO PASS A3 OUTLINED BY THE PRESIDENT. . LITTLE CHANCE TO CHANGE IT Democrats Declare Their Measure Is Not a Free Trade Bill Except in Parts Receive Many "Epistles of Protest." ; By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. Listening to the de bates on the tariff bill in the. lower house these days it is heard from one side of the chamber that the measure now under discussion is to bring eventually better living conditions and. lower prices for food and .raiment, while from the. other .he hears - that the i measure, is -. sure 1 td be the 'foref runner of a-"deep damnation for the country." It is a case at the present time of taking your choice of opin ions, , tor ,as probably- most people will agree, the "relief" or the "deep damna tion are matters which .the future must decide. Republicans and Progressives In congress have learned by this time that all the party efforts to make a change in the Underwood bill will be .unavaumg, certainly as tar as - me representative ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 13 May 1913

7 T7 13 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. EIGHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1913. NUMBER 19. STREET CARS RUNMiriQ VIOLENCE FOLLOWS ATTEMPT TO OPEN TROLLEY TRAFFIC IN CINCINNATI. ARBITRATION BOARD DEMANDED Traction Company Must Settle the Differences Between Themselves and Workmen, or Pay the Penalty of - Franchise Forfeiture Several . - Persons Injured. Western" Newspaper Union News Service. Ciro.innati. The emDloyes 'of the Cincinnati Traction Co. went out on ' strike Friday night. The street car system was completely tied up and no cars were run from Saturday after noon .until Monday. . Cincinnatians living on the hill tops and in the sub urbs were compelled to walk. ' Anto trucks, busses and all kinds of vehicles were pressed into servi le, tout were unable to handle the thou sands of people who desired to ride. The Traction Co. made efforts to get cars going but felt compelled because Of demonstrations and interference by crowds to return the cars to the barns....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 13 May 1913

LEGAL DEGISi ON OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO MIN ERS OPERATORS RENDERED BY JUDGE. Miners Can Sue for Time Lost on Ac count of Failure to Furnish Cars To Operators. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Greenville, ky. Judge W. P. San didge has denied the petition of the Illinois Central Railroad Co., in which it sought to enjoin the quarterly court from trying a number of suits brought by coal miners against the railroad company, at the same time sustaining the petition of the latter. Some weeks ago 43 miners filed suits in the Muhlenberg quarterly court against the Illinois Central, seeking to recover damages for time lost, be cause, as alleged, the railroad com pany had failed to furnish to the coal eperators, who were forced on that account to shut down their mines. Bach of the suits was for an amount too small to allow an appeal to the circuit court, and it was reported that some 1,600 similar suits would be brought in the quarterly court. The railroad company instituted proceed ings ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 13 May 1913

at. . LEGAL DECISION OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO MIN ERS OPERATORS RENDERED BY JUDGE. Miners Can Sue for Time Lott on Ac count of Failure to Furnish Cars To Operators. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Greenville, ky. Judge W. P. San didge has denied the petition of the Illinois Central Railroad Co., in which it sought to enjoin the quarterly court from trying a number of suits brought by coal miners against the railroad company, at the same time sustaining the petition of the latter. Some weeks ago 43 miners filed suits in the Muhlenberg quarterly court against the" Illinois Central, seeking to recover damages for time lost, be cause, as alleged, the railroad com pany had failed to furnish to the coal operators, who were forced on that account to shut down their mines. Bach of the suits was for an amount too small to allow an appeal to the circuit court, and it was reported that some 1,600 similar suits would be brought in the quarterly court. The railroad company instituted proceed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 13 May 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.- We have a few papers left over each week which we will be glad to give you, if you will send them to some absent relative or friend. -oo- On Thursday, May 15, Prof. James Speed, of Louisville, the naturalist, and Madison Cawein, one of Kentucky's greatest poets, will be at Eastern. -oo- On the campus, on the 15th in stant, the Normal will keep open shop, open house, open campus, open hearts Come. v "When I was young, life, hope and poesy went a Maying." -oo- Please call and select your pic ture. Those who have subscribed since March 5th for one year and who have paid same, are entitled to choice as long as they last No reservations made. -oo- One of the old landmarks of this city is being torn down and will give : place to' a handsome commodious residence Mr. R. J. Mckee is building on his lot on West Main street The contract was awarded to- Je...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 13 May 1913

GERMAN WAR aor- ti- v.'-i;.- - " mmm p ii mi ii ii iwiw w mill i ) iiiii npimi hi 1 1 i in ii ii n inni ii hi ii ii 111 1 i is' imimii m mm - Y v. -.v. v. v. ... . i naB"iiiiiii' 11111 1 niMI1 11 r'lTOffawTiri . lop left Zeppelin at Luneville, France. French soldiers who captured the balloon when it strayed into French territory are holding the ropes and guarding the dirigible. Top right French soldiers looking at the Zeppelin. Bottom left French soldiers on guard. Potto m right Balloon descending at Luneville. TO HIDE Biil Is Before French Parliament to Abolish Publicity. Spectacle of "Red Widow" and Her Victims in Streets of Paris Being Opposed By Many as Conduc ive to Crime. Paris. The death of criminals upon a guillotine set up in the street in full view of the public may soon be abolished in France. A bill for the repeal of the law providing for public executions" of the death sentence is now pending in the chamber of depu ties. It is therefore probable that when the three and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 13 May 1913

GERMAN WAR BALLOON CAPTURED BY FRENCH TROOPS v"" V lllMtlll III . , MMii,ii L v ..JSA - : -sp" & -7 c-- a: jl --M r Mj . n . jt2 ' " , Ail X Top left Zeppelin IV., at Luneville, France. French soldierB who captured the balloon when it strayed into French territory are holding the ropes and guarding the dirigible. Top right French soldiers looking at the Zeppelin. Bottom left French soldiers on guard. Potto m right Balloon descending at Luneville TO HIDE GUILLOTINE Bill Is Before French Parliament . to Abolish Publicity. Spectacle of "Red Widow" and Her Victims in Streets of Paris Being Opposed By Many as Conduc ive to Crime. Paris. The death of criminals upon a guillotine set up in the street in full view of the public may soon be abolished in France. A bill for the repeal of the law providing for public executions of the death sentence is now pending in the chamber of depu ties. It is therefore probable that when the three and possibly four heads of the notorious bandits of the...

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