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

4 jUircD Fascinating Frccko Designed Practical Fashions I for the Really Smart Drecssz LADY'S APRON. I I . - k. 1 I" .0 Q h vi PRETTY DANCE FROCKS DISTINCTLY THE DAY OF DEBUTANTE IS HERE. THE Modistes Have Done Their Best to Enhance Youthful Beauty, and the Results Are All That Could Be Desired. These are the days when the de butante has her innings, and every' where youthful figures and youthful frocks are seen. Not that the older women are not socially active, for they most decidedly are; but some way or other the debutantes seem to monopolize the center of the social stage. A girl at the coming-out age Is at tractive even if she is not pretty. Sheer youth will compass this, even when her features and coloring and clothes are all below par; and If Shadow Lace Over Charmeuse. youth is backed up by beauty or mod ishness the girl becomes distinctly at tractive, while the lucky girl who is not only young but pretty and modish Is pleasing to the .eight of even the most indifferent obse...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

CAST PEARLS BEFORE SWINE TASTY ENGLISH CAKES SERVE FOR BREAKFAST . . v . . . , smm MAN PREFERRED TO BE SHOT Turgid Orator Bound to Finish Speech Even if He Has to Shoot to Hold an Audience. A rather turgid orator, noted for his verbosity and heaviness, was once assigned to some campaigning in a mining camp in the mountains. There were about fifty miners present when he began, but when, at the end of a couple of hours, he gave no sign of finishing, hia listeners dropped away. Some went back to work, but the majority sought places to : quench their thirst, which had been aggra vated by the discourse. Finally there was only one auditor left a dilapidated, weary-looking old fellow. Fixing his gaze on him, the orator pulled out a large six-shooter and laid it on the table. The old fel low rose slowly and drawled out: "Be you going to shoot if I go?" "You bet I am!" replied the speak er. "I'm bound to finish my speech, even if I have to shoot to keep an audience." The old fellow sighed in...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

THE MADISONIAN Graat E. Lilly Editor and Pub. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authoried to announce P. S. Whitiock, of Kirksville, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. IMPEACHMENT OF JUDGES. The impeachment of Judge Archbald last .week in the Sen ate of the United States, will serve to call a halt on the arbi trary conduct of judges through out the land. It will give them an object lesson, the dynamic force of which will exceed a hundred fold, the threat of the recall of judges, so earnestly sought by the Progressive party. Its power is brought home to them directly and certainly; it is like the cut of a blade; not a mere flourish of the same. . That Judge Archbald should never have been appointed is manifest That President Taft had before him all the informa tion showing his moral unfitness for the office before his appoint ment, is certain. The appoint ment of such a man in the face of popular opinion a...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

I Keep the sows -warm. . The busy hem lays test. Keep the boar by himself. ' Maintain regularity In all things. Green bone is very rich in phos- -pnate of lime. Chickens will not etandA crowding, they are too warm blooded. Nothing 1b more desirable in horse flesh than tractaMIity and gentleness. When' .the days are long, some peo ple have just that much more time to kill. If the market value of feed is un satisfactory, sell It to. the cows and shoats. . Sheep, if given half a chance, and If of good healthy stock are sure to pay their way. Keep off the surplus fat by feeding muscle-producing foods and giving plenty of exercise. Remember that the "wood ashes are the best kind of fertilizer for the or chard, lawn or garden. Skim milk from the right kind of separator has left in it only a half of 1 per cent, of butter fat. Beg, borrow or buy all the wood ashes you can to use in the garden; work it well Into the soil. Celery delights in a low, rich, heavy, moist soil and is usually grown...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 January 1913

inrTtr 'Ll!!ru I Lai J 7 STORY r-r-. . v JTOWgBBTOB &fe men's 13 3 Y6 Candidate 8 if 0 9 a Br BYRON WILLIAMS ai. ,,. . . , , Qovrrtfbt 1913. W!rn Newspaper Union SYNOPSIS. In a Dlrlt of fun Mayor BMJl,rht. wmnifr vUltnr, Is chat through th woodn by ten laughing grn, on of whom , n outrun and kins. Tlie Klrls rorm thmiielvea Into a court and tanteneo him to do the blddinc of one of their number . sacn nay ror ten days. A legiiuauve tnasur opposing woman sutTraKe. which druDDed from the mayor's Docket. 1; used to fompel him to obey the mandates of the girls Ills first day of service is with May Andrews, who takes him Ashing. ' Thry are threatened by the sheriff with arrest. CHAPTER V. Eleven o'clock on a moonlight night in July is a bewitching time to sit alone on a balcony and dream, and if the dream be staged at Squirrel Inn, "where the scent of perennial stock and the rich, salubrious tang of tfc-a hemlocks waft up to meet the nostrils, If it be in the midst of towering trees w...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 January 1913

TT TT 1 In 1 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1913. N UMBER 4. CIRCUIT COURT 4 IS AFFIRMED COURT OF APPEALS DECIDES LI BRARY SUPPORT CASE FROM DAVIESS COUNTY. NOT PRIVATE CORPORATION Mayor Lambert, of Owensboro, Resist d Payment of $3,000 Appropriated for Support of Library, but is . Overruled by Highest Court. Frankfort. Conflicts ia the statutes, governing the management and reven ues of public libraries in third, fourth, fifth and sixth-class cities, were .straightened out by the court of ap peals in affirming the Daviess circuit court in the case of S. Lambert, mayor of Owensboro, against' the board of trustees of the Owensboro public li brary, in which jthe trustees secured a writ of mandamus, requiring the may or to countersign warrants for $3,000 for the support of the library, the amount appropriated for its mainte nance for the year. Mayor Lambert resisted payment of the money to the library on the ground that two e...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 January 1913

Kentucky ACoIlege For Women in in lift iiii.t 11- i liiM Danville, Ky. The above is a reproduction of the plant of the Kentucky College for Women as it will he when completed. The large center building and the wing to the, left, and the first building immediately north east of the main center building are to be erected at once with funds donated, by Dr. Nathaniel Conkling. of New York, and other contributions aggregating $225,000. The institution is now known as Caldwell College, but at the end of the present scholastic year the name will be changed to the Kentucky College for Women. The trustees of the institution expect to place the new college on a plane with the best institutions of the East for the higher education of women. ' . , " TO ERECT BIG COMPANY HAS BEEN ORGANIZED WITH FOUR MILLION DOL LARS CAPITAL. Plan Is to Harness Water Power of mm Dix River for the Light Plants I L 1er cent ls irimited b3' lands in Kentucky Cities. S and buildings. 2.7 per cent by" imple- I ments a...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 January 1913

BliCWd .M Our genial friend, Mr. Todd, of Brassfield, called at our sanctum !? uinnl A loft- t-a ' f rkHrAM ti ft taoi vvttn aiiu ti. wv. iuuukui rule for measuring corn in the ean Multiply the length, breadth and depth in feet by .45 This gives the contents in bushels. Mr. Todd says that this is accurate. Keep posted on the news, in Estill oountyby reading the Estill Tribune. $1.00 per year. The L. & N. FL R. officials predict that Irvine ivill be a city of 5,000 peo ple in two years. A lecture that is being looked forward to with much interest will be given here on February 8th by Prof. E. J. Kinney, of State University. The topic will be "Corn Production." Other lec tures of a similar nature will fol low during the-winter and will be largely attended by the farmers. To. advance your tobacco plant bed from two to three weeks, use the very best tobacco fertilizer. We have a grade for this purpose. 4-2t D. B. Shackelford & Co. Don't 'forget thai a snecial feature of the show...

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

BIG FIGHT C0 FEDERAL. ANO STATE RIGHTS CONSERVATIONISTS LINED V UP FOR BATTLE. BRYAN CLASSED WITH FORMER Strength of the Opposing Forces May Be Revealed First In the Matter of .. the Coosa ..River Dam In Ala bama. By GEORGE CLINTON Washington. Since GIfford Pinchot made his speech. to the Washington convention of men Interested in for stry the other day It has become harply apparent that a hard light Is to begin between the federal conserva tlonlsts and the state right conserva tionists as soon as the Wilson admin istration begins. The representatives of the federal idea are making prepa- rations to combat the representatives of the state rights Idea and already the representatives of both have de fended om the capital to prepare for the coming conflict. In these dispatches a month ago it was said "When Woodrow Wilson takes office he "will find conservation added to the tariff and the trusts to complete a trio of administration wor ries." Mr. Wilson Is said to incline to the state r...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 January 1913

5 6 ifSoiooi (Br B. O. KELLERS. , Director of Eve nine department TM' Moody Bible In stitute of ChicacoJ LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 2. THE FLOOD. LESSON TEXT Genesis t-H T:T1-M. GOLDEN TEXT "The wagti of sin Is death, but the free rift of God la eternal .life la Christ Jesus our Lord." Rosa. 9J3 R. V. . .- , I - . The first great fact recorded In the book, of Genesis is that of Creation which, may be divided Into several les ser facta. The second great fact Is that of the Fall, which began with the temptation and ended with the exclu sion from Paradise. In this lesson we some to the third great fact, the Flood, the account of which embraces the fifth, to the ninth chapters. Chap ter five gives us Noah's genealogy; six, the history of the building of the ark; seven, the occupancy of the ark; . eight. Noah's departure from the ark. and nine. God's covenant with Noah. In this lesson sin flourishes like the proverbial green bay tree. "Every Imagination of the thoughts of man's heart was only e...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 January 1913

THE MADISONIAN Grant L Lilly Editor and Pub. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authoried to announce P. S. Whitlock, of Kirksville, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that The MADISONIAN is a candidate for entry into each home in Madison county, subject to the approval of the Family. We stand for the HOME CIRCLE first, last and al ways. $1.00 per year. IT SHOULD BE ABOLISHED. The board of Supervisors has been in session for some days. Some property was raised. None, so far as we are advised, was lowered. We do not speak of the body as composed of the Honorable members but we speak of the ex istence of the board from a legal stand point, when we say that it is simply an annual "Farce Comedy." The members of this body are selected from the county in general to supervise, that is to correct, the values of property given in by the owner to the as sessor at the time of listing. Ma...

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

1 B STORY Women's Candidate w4 1 P i Xf . - 4 Bjr BYROif WILLIAMS a 3 wii, v ercern news psvper Luion SYNOPSIS. : In a spirit of fun Mayor Bedight. summer visitor, la chased through the woods by ten laughing girla. one o( whom r catches and. kisses. The girls form themselves into a court and sentence him to do the bidding of one of their number I .VJh.AJfPffi dropped from the mayor's pocket, is used I . vompei mm to opey tne mandates or the glris. His first day of service Is with May Andrews, who t&kes him fishing They are threatened by the sheriff with arrest. Miss Vlning sees what she con siders a clandestine meeting between one of the girls and the mayor. The next day lie goes driving with Mabel Arney. i'hey meet with an accident.- are arrested i t i. j . . i CHAPTER VI. In the office, smoking one of Mine Host'a host fiMr .! rtioitv .,t. rased, sat the sheriff, waitinsr. Mayor Bedight walked un the hotel tairs. oblivious to his tiendine fate. Suddenly a door opened and a head...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 January 1913

MllTOIilEMIl ALLIES BEGIN WORK OF DRAFT ING NOTE RUPTURING PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. FIGHTING TO START FEB. 11 Balkan States Are Not Anxious to Re sums Hostilities Against Turkey Fall of Adrianople Fortress May -Stop Conflict. London, Jan. 28. The drafting of "the note rupturing peace negotiations was begun by the allies. , The . committee of delegates intrust ed with this important work consisted ct Michael Madjaroff, Bulgarian minis ter in London; Prof. Georgios Streit, Greek minister to Austria-Hungary; Dr. M. It. Vesnitch, Servian minister to France, and - Count Voynovitch. chief of the cabinet of King Nicholas of Montenegro, with MPoIitis of the flreek delegation as an advisor on uuestlocs of international law. The committee expected to com plete the note in a few hours and sub :m!t its work to a plenary sitting of the Bulgarian, Greek, Montenegrin and Servian delegations. However, even if the Balkan allies "were anxious to resume hostilities, vhich it is currently reported they are ...

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

nr1 tut I I . I I . y Ml I I I I V V MM I I A. I .os. II -VI A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED tro THE HOME CIRCLE . - ' . SPECIAL SERVICE lOF THE WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION, lHE LARGEST PUBLISHING HOUSE IN THE WORLD. VOLUME I. KICIIMOND, KENTUCKY, WKDNi SDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. NUMBER 5. FOUR THOUSAND FOR FORESTS GOVERNMENT GIVES MONEY TO STATE FOR PROTECTION OF WATER SHEDS. TO EMPLOY PATROLMEN General Aaaombty at Lst Section ' Made Way For Important Work By Passage of Measures Cre ating Adequate Board ' . of Forestry. Western Newspaper Union News Service. . Frankfurt. For expenditures In tho protection of water shed of naviga ble streams from forest Area the State Forestry Department of Kentucky baa received $4,000 from the federal gov ernmont, and It will be used this year lor that purpose. The appropriation la made under the Week law, which provides that tho- protection afforded must bo confined to forested water shed of navigable streams, the slate must provide a law for a syBtera of Are protect...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 February 1913

TO ASK REDUCTION MERCHANTS OF STANFORD MAY SEEK BETTER FREIGHT RATES. Lebanon Club Claim That Conceo alena Gained by Ita Fight Saves 30,000 Par Yaar. Western Kewnpaper tTnloa News torvln. Bun ford. Ky. W. C. McChord, at torney of Lebanon, hai laid before tha Merchant of Stanford th matter of eeeklng a reduction of freight rates on tbe L. AV N. from Louisville to Stan ford. Mr. McChord handled tha suc cessful fight which the Commercial Club of Lebanon has Just made before the Interstate Commerce Commission to obtain a material reduction of rate to Lebanon. The Commercial Club there figures that the reduction se rured means an annual saving of over $30,000 a year to the merchant In freight charges. ELECT PRESIDENT. Thomas M. Russell Is Chosen T Head th Blue Grass League. Lexington, Ky. At a meeting here ef the director of the Bluegrass Base ball League, called by William Neal, of Louisvflle. who several months ago resigned as president of the league, Thomas M. Russell, former presiden...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 February 1913

7." 7 ' '. '.' . ' - $1.19 for $1.50 shirts at Sexton's. If you want to sell corn, see Zaring. He Is paying a big price. ,. 5 2-t The Central Record reports business on a boom in our neigh boring county of Garrard. . ' Dr, H. C. Pope, for several years stationed at Kirksville, has moved to Shawhan, Bourbon county. 7 Electric Plant Sold The Middle West Utilities Com pany, Chicago corporation, con trolled by tht' Insull ' Interests purchased the Richmond Electric and Power Company and Is now In possession of . the property. The price .paid and the future plans of the new owners are not made public ." It is understood that the pur chasers are the same people who recently took over a number of public service properties in Ceh ChurchNotes c. w. a. 230 p. m. Deatherage." M. meets today at with Miss ' Patty The Circle of the church meets on Thursday at 3 p. m. with Mrs. D." L Cobb, in Burnamwood. r , Rev. Ellis B. Barnes, of this city, is to read a paper before the trial Kentucky, Includin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 February 1913

1 WW 7 J t FlEiU) IRE j BRAHAM LINCOLN called hU V I cabinet together on September f I I 22, 1862. to read to them hit first I proclamation of emancipation. In I the dlarlet of two of the mem- " "" Vw.n A that mififttl IM Blveil vivid running account of that meeting, telling of Lincoln's sol emn vow and Its consummation. This Is the story of that day as told by Salmon P. Chase, seer Ury of the treasury: To department about nine. BUte department messenger came with notice to heads of departments to meet at twelve. Re ceived sundry callers. Went to the White House. All the members of the cabinet were In attend ance. There was some general talk, and the president mentioned that Artemua Ward bad sent him his book. Proposed to read a chapter which he thought very funny. Read H. and seemed to enjoy it very much; the heads also (except Stanton), of course. The chapter was "High handed Outrage at rtlca." The prealdent then took a graver tone, and said: 'Gentlemen: I have, as you are aware, ...

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

MORE COAST FORTS THCY WILL BE AT SAN PEDRO ON PACIFIC AND CAPE HENRY ON ATLANTIC. RESULT OF STRATEGY GAME .Army and Navy Officer Several Year Age Proved W Could Not Prevent Japaneae Invaelon -Con-greaa Now Waking Up. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. Congress baa awak ened to what It thlnka la the neces ally of additional fortification on the AUantio and Paclflo coaata. The ap propriation committee of the houae ha recommended that there be In cluded In the fortification bill the aum of $200,000 to atart the work of providing groat batterlea of 14 Inch tuna at San Pedro, which 1 the har bor of Loa Angelea, and It haa recom mended also that $150,000 be appro priated to aecure land at Cap Henry at the entrance to Chesapeake bay, where another great fortification will be erected In the near future. There la history connected with the effort to aecure the emplacement of heavy guna at theae two harbor entrance and In Ha way It haa la terest Touching the weatern coaat In the vicinity of Loa A...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 February 1913

THE MADISONIAN PwMilnd Every T 4af at lcliwi.Ky. kr Gnat E. Lilly, - Editor & Owner SUBSCRIPTION K4TES Ont Year :..$1.00 Si Month ; .60 Three Month J5 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. ANNOUNCEMENT. W art authorised to announce P. & Whitlock, of Kirkvllle, a candidate (or the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to th action of th Democratic party. We are authorised to announct that The MADISONIAN to a candidate for entry into each home In Madison county, subject to the approval of the Family. We stand for the HOME CIRCLE first, last and al ways. $1.00 per year. POSTMASTER. i - In the event of the appoint ment of another man for the office of postmaster of this city, why should it not be left to a prim ary election? "Let the people rule" has been the Democratic slogan for years. No true Dem ocrat can object to the people, whom the postmaster is to serve, having a voice in his selection. It is the democratic manna. It cannot be urged that if that method was selected, then th...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 February 1913

1' it SERIA OTORY Gfta Women's Candidate Br DTROM WILLIAMS I sec UorrtM tVU, WMtari UwspasM Dates SYNOPSIS. It: a spirit of fun Mayor Beills-nt. a summer visitor, la chased through tha wood hv (en IftiiKhlna; glrle, on of whom ka eateries and kleers. Tha irlrla form ' themaclvea into a court and sentence him to do tha Wrtillng of on of their number arh day for ten dara. A legislative measure opposing woman suffrage, which dropped from tha mayor's pocket. Is ussd to compel him to obsr' tha man-dates of tlis irlrla. Ms Brat day of service Is with May Andrews, who takes him "shins. Titer are threatened by ths sheriff with arrest. Mies Vlnlng sees what she con siders a clandestine meeting between one of Um irlrls and the mayor. Tha nest day he roes driving wl'h Mabel Arney. They meet with an accident, are arrested snd locked up. but escape. Tha mayor returns to the hotel, finds the sheriff waiting- for him. and takes refuse In the room of Bess Winters. He plans to set poMesslon of the I...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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