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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

THE MADISONI AN Published Every Tuesday at RIchmond,KyJby 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 'J, 35 One Month ....... .15 IN ADVANCE. THE INCOME TAX Both the Republican and Dem ocratic parties demanded an amendment to the United States Constitution permitting the pass age of an income tax law. Such an amendment has been adopted. Congress is now wrangling over the terms of such a law. That vast fortunes should pay a larger tax than the ordinary man pays, no one will dispute. But how to frame a law that will make the multi-millionaire pay the tax and not recoup himself from the pockets of the con sumer, is the question. Merely placing a tax on the vast property of the very rich, means only that the tax is added to the burden of the consumer, for King Finance extracts every cent of the income tax from ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, orr write us. : Sign-your name to' all news items. ' - A new "Old Glory" floats ; from the postoffice flagstaff. ' -oo- Our fellow townsman, R.-J; Engle, will soon remove to Louis ville to take charge of a hotel in that city. We wish him and ' his family much success.' -oo- Those who have subscribed since March 5th, and who have paid their subscription, are enti tled to their choice of pictures, as long as they last No reservations "iu nicy die going iasu Don't get left. -OO- ww-vve.are maKing out our permanent mailing list Notice .-t iir time. If any errors have been made, kindly call ur attention to them. . -.; . TL!. ' J- . : . i ihj paper . stops wnen your time is out Look at the address. Will appreciate your renewal. -oo- Class and Field Day at Eastern T3 " '. ' '.'. ' ' . oegmmng ai eignt o'clock on 1 lvionuay morning tne tollowmg sp'endid program was given in the chapel" of the Easter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

it. 1 1 i 1 r S t - lit t ,.i It il u ? -a V .:; J. : ? ''-(.' ; .' . t: -I v (Q)CM3: JOE CAUSE FOR DISGUST. The christening party consisted of the proud father, the baby a girl i tho grandfather and the . rest of the folks.,; The grandfather stood nearest the priest during the ceremony. ; "What's the child's name?" asked the priest of the grandfather at the , appropriate moment. '.;'. "I dunno," the grandfather replied. And he turned to the father and whis pered hoarsely: "What's its, name?" "Hazel," replied the father. . , "What?" asked the grandfather. "Hazel," repeated the father. The grandfather threw up his hands In disgust. . . . - j ''. . "What d'ye think av that?? he ask ed the priest. "With the calendar av - the saints full av gur-rl names an' hlm-aamin' his after a nut!" Satur day Evening Post. His Willing Tribute. "Judge, we: are getting up a little book, to be made up, for the most part, of voluntary testimonials from dis tinguished citizens who honor us by carrying the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

The Divine Healer By REV. PARLEY E. ZARTMANN. D.D. SaercUry of Extennon Department Moody BitU latitats. Qiicao 1 EXT "Why marvel ye at this? . . . yea. the faith which la through him hath jjtven him thia perfect soundness In this presence of you alL" Acts 3:12. 16. These two verse l are : very impor tant; they mark the crisis In the story . of the first apostolic miracle after Pentecost; the story sets forth the type cf the ministry, mes sage and motlTe of the church; we see that spiritual work (even along physical - lines) went hand in hand with spir itual power,' and we must face two or three plain ques tions as to matters of fact. Is Christ the same as he was then? Is he ahle to do now what he. did then? Are we in the same condition of need difficulties, habits, eina? How far may I expect help from Jesus? If God's word shows me what Jesus Is able to do, will I trust him for it. na men and women did then? The study of the story and of the entire word of God will give me an affirma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

K.--A A i:l an "it -1 i if : fc V f. r M .I 1! t . r r y t t 1 .1 I".: M 'i 'Ihr: I' 1 ' Jiii: 1 -:.r ri-. I- Miss Frances Wagers entertains about forty friends with an "intermission party" on the night of the dance. Mrs. Neal Bennett entertained the Married Ladies Bridge Club on Thursday afternoon and the trophy was won by Mrs. Warfield Bennett Miss Elizabeth Vaught, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. C H. Vaught, entertained the members of her music dub Monday afternoon in a very charming way. . Eighteen young musicians were present This club is one of the youngest n the city - and its members display much musical talent On Saturday afternoon,, at Memorial Hall, the pupils of Mrs. Johnson gave a Recital which reflected great credit on both the teacher and the class. Among the number were many very small children and their playing gave evidence of very careful training, the entire program being beautifully executed. ; Hon. C. L. Searcy was host of a hand ' some birthday dinner on Tuesda...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

AY - i 1 t r. i l TV T ' T- -TT" -IT- !M if I I V Bmn a. 3s.. JSY THE PUESSE3W Nj4 OC (CONTINUED. But it was one thing to protest against measures to come and quite another to - oppose' their execution when enacted Into laws. - The one -was constitutional agitation; the other, flat rebellion little less. It was very ominous to read the words of the extraordinary resolutions passed by the burgesses on the 30th of May, 1765, after the Btamp act had become law, and note the tone of re strained passion that ran through them. ' ; . Plain Speech From the Burgesses. They declared that from the first the settierb of "his -majesty's colony and domain" of Virginia had pos sessed and enjoyed all the privileges, franchises, and immunities at any time enjoyed by the people of Great. Britain itself; and that this their free dom, had been explicitly secured to them by their charters, "to all intents and purposes as if they had been abid ing and born within the realm of Eng land;" "that the taxatio...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

si COUHTRY CHILD'S HUMAN RECIPE M. M: HAMILTON IAY NOW IS HERE Successor to Vaugh & vanuevtcr Staple arid Fancy Groceries Fresh and Cured Meats WE PAY CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE Phone 614 . Cor. Main and Collins Sts. Parents and TijacSsrs Prepare For Iter Life. ERECT MODERN SCHOOLS. !;!!! HF tfoWEtto WHAT ITIS-Tfert SupdENW FlN&S OUT HE WONOfcRS WHAT tT t-Tfm(3QflPFA4lT FfflPS OUt vi j ;y : In I- t f i -f ' if ; n I: ;. ' - I' Up to Date Building and Equipment Mean Added Interest to Both Teach ere and Scholar In Educational Mat- ; ters--A Model School Near Louie vili With Domestio 8cienee Room. Wherever people are thinking ' defi nitely about the future they realize that the. child Is the greatest problem with' which the state has to deal be cause It Is the state's greatest asset This Is especially true In the rural dis tricts, and both teachers and parents are getting ready, tor the newer life that promises to develop within the next twenty-flve years or sooner. Four miles ou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

E K I S -.".'S.TORY-" WINS n By; Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle." 'The Flying Mercury." etc. Frederic Thornbnrgb a-yni)it 16U The Bobba-MerrlU Company 8Y NO PS IS. 5 ,;n," of sreat automobile ce h? mechanician of . the Mercury Stanton's nAfhino ATrj J'T voUrnteerranSTs: oepUxL In the rest during the twentr- JrSrliJE06 fta?t0n mets a tVaS. MUSS Carlisle. Who intrnrlnaa V,..! vk Mercury wins race. Stanton receive i S52"l ?i8s Carll8le- which he Tl llanton,,m,ets M,ss Carlisle on a train leaves Stanton and Miss Carlisle Jf0 ao- Accident by which Standi.--r,hurt ,s mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with stanton. tells of his bovh norl Rt an ion agam jneets Miss Carlisle and thev 22? V?1ether,- Stanton comes to track wcx. but makes race. Thev have aool rt. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. ? t d?Vlep Flo?d tel,s stanton of his twin sister. Jessica. Stanton becomes very 111 PJ , iT?ff S?nsf,ousness- On recovery, fit tiis hotel Stanton receives invitation and visits Jessica. T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 June 1913

7 ct " 7 At r' - I : n i ? I. I '; V ' f " . ' 1 i. . til l-.ii -!'(? i . i '- i . if . - ; ! ' I" b :-r . ... A 4 I i : i- X : i : if V . . . i : . : i J. '. :.i 'il'i I 1.1 7 H M -1 i 1 - 1 J -i - -' 7 it: .si t: fj I r 1- ' S r r . 5 ? ! H7 it WASHINGTON SOCIETY PLAYS TENMISv LI . u IP j i WiQV Mi" r-n-r-r- 1 T' Above is a general view of the courts at the Chevy Chase club where the Washington smart set plays tennis. The ladies sitting down are Miss ' Gladys Muno and Mrs. John U. Morehead, and the one standing is Miss Frances Llppitt, daughter of the senator from Rhode Island. VICE RUN BY" TRUST G. J. Kneeland Gives Secrets of White Slave Traffic. "Weil Kept Man Decked With Gems" Is Typical Owner of Resorts in Gotham, Writer Asserts Busi ness Is Specialized. New York. Commercialization of vice in New York city is described in the first four studies of the social evil to be published by the New York bu reau of social hygiene. The book, pub lished by the Century company, is en- . t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

it vt- - f m -mr i m .-1 . ) A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1913. N UMBER 24. ' . " - I. - T RAN SYLVAN I A GETS; $54,1"7 FOR NEW DO RIM I TORY l.aRGER SUM THAN; ORICiNALLY ASKED. . To Be Known as the John M. Ewing Hall for Men Financial Condi tion of University Very Good. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky . President II. H. Crossfield, of Transylvania University, at the meeting of the Board of Cura tors announced that for the fund of $50,000 which he was authorised a year ago to raise for the purpose 'of building' a new dormitory he had se cured subscriptions of $54,177, an amount even larger than the original sum hoped for. He said fifty-five large and twenty-eight small rooms had. been promised. John M. Ewing, of Morgan, Ky., headed the list of sub scribers with $15,000, and the dormi tory will be named "The John M. Ew ing Hall for Men." Mrs. .William Newcomer, of Beaver Creek, subscribed $1,000 for a recep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

UST BE DH HAND DEMOCRATIC SENATORS KEPT IN " WASHINGTON DUmNG THE , TARIFF DEBATE. NO PAIRING IS PERMITTED Congressional . Campaign Committees to Be Reorganized So as to Aid in the Election of Senators as Well as Representatives.. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. The fact that the Democrats have, such a "Slight major ity in the senate has resulted in what may be called an order, that no upper house, members. of 'the dominant, party shall leave "Washington during the tar 1ft debate for any protracted period. The Democrats want to have their full strength on hand so as not to be obliged to depend ,upon absentees certain conditions a pair can be bro- ken and this would be dangerouso a party in control by a small majority. Not long ago a commission was ap pointed whone duty it was to.be to go abroad to study certain agricultural conditions, tind on this commission there were several senators. One f them was exceedingly anxious to go abroad and he made all his "pairing' arrangements. Then ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

Regents Score Goodpaster I ' The Board of Regents of fie Eastern Kentucky Normal Jfcnool in a letter addressed jo Gov. James McCreary in Jfe report made by State Inspector Good paster relative y the Normal School, in a cleW written letter show that te Goodpaster re port madeand published con cerning tlfe institution is without foundaron and is only the deduc tionsmade by that gentleman himself. It will be remembered tAat some days ago the papers ''were filled with his sensational report in which he severely criticised the official board of this school, charging in substance, reckless disregard for the money of the people and of the law regu lating the expenditures of the same and intimating, in one instance, that the American Book Company was the recipient of special favors from this school because of the. connection of Regent Grinstead with the American Book Company. The report which is dignified and scholarly prepared, takes up the charges in detail, answers them all to the satisf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

500 FAMOUS PAINTINGS List of Premium Pictures given away with each paid yearly subscription made to the office, and not to agents. These pictures are pure carbon and are ex quisitely finished. They readily sell in the Art Stores for more than one dol lar. The following are 10x20 inches: Returning to the Fold Beethoven's Sonata -Bedouin's Prey The Last Supper Madonna (Bodenhausen's) Hope Horse Fair 16x20 INCHES Angelas Madonna (Mcrrillo's) Hunting Scene Night . Daniel in the Lion's Den Daniel's Answer to the King Broken Pitcher Mother and Son Age of Innocence MonaLisa We have Twenty-five Fisher Pictures in sets of six each which we are giving for three yearly CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS. These pictures are now on exhibition and you are invited to call and examine them. These pictures are not for sale at any price. We secured them at a great cost to give as premiums in order to increase our circulation. You get them at the office only; or 10 cents extra for mailing, sent at your risk. You may ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

! V MM pi 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. . - ' - Remember that, Laurant, the great slight ' of , hand performer, will be here at the Chautauqua. -oo- Bro. 'Keltcher, of . Berea, will deliver a lecture, illustrated with stereopticon views, at Mt. Pleas ant Church on Thursday night at 7:45. The public is cordially in vited to attend. No admission charged. : ; -oo- The Chautauqua this year will oe oetter than ever, lhe pro- gram.whichyou can - see and ob- ;tain at most any store, shows some able' speakers; And then -Kryl's band will be here. "Every body should hear this band. v .. o .;" The Bede-Seidel debate on So cialism will be at the Chautauqua. Who is Bede? He is the funniest man in the United States. Who is Seidel? He is the Socialist Mayor of Milwaukee. Corne out . and hear the intellectual battle. -oo- Model School The graduating exercises of the Model High School we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

How Shall a Sinner Get Right With "God? By REV. HOWARD W. POPE .. Superinleadnt f Mca . TEXT "How can a man be Jut with God ? Job 9:2. Centuries ago Job asked -the Question, '"How can a man be just with God?" In all ages the moral sense of mankind has been raising the same Ques tion. Many an swers have "been given: 1. The heathen answered ' It " In this way: "Make an offering, to the gods sufficient to compensate for the wrong done." Hence they brought presents of fruit and flowers, gold and silver, and sometimes they even of fered their own children as a sacrifice to the gods. They, were alwayB look ing for some, way of - pleasing God without right living. The heathen method is still a favorite one even in Christian lands. Many a man serves tho devil all his life, and then builds a library or endows a hospital to atone for his sins. IL Others say that the "way for a sinner to get right with God is to keep the commandments Three things are to be said about this method: (a) Keeping t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

AD FOR PESSIMIST ADVANTAGES' IN KEEPING -FARM ACCOUNTS Contacted, by the " National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. SHOULD TELL' WHOLE STORY Newspaper Reporters Ought to Give Brand and Maker of Whisky Re sponsible for Brutal Crimes. In New. York city recently a man murdered his twelve-year-old daugh ter and wounded his wife. . We quote from his confession as printed In the Evening Mail's acocunt of tho tragedy: ... I came home about - midnight.- I had had several drinks .before com ing home. v I sat down by, the side of my wife's bed. . . Then my wife woke up. . . . She ran into the hall. As she did' so, I fired one shot at her. She fell in a heap in the hall. . I thought I had killed her. Turning back into the bedroom, I 3aw a movement underneath the bed clothes. By. this time I was in a ter rible temper and I fired three shots into the bedclothes : without " looking to make sure who was there. i.r . We wish; we could bring about a state where no newspaper or report er, in a ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

THE BIADISONIAN Published Every Tuesday at Richmond. Ky.fby 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 . Six Months. Three Months ' One Month IN ADVANCE. .$1.00 . .60 . .35 . .15 THE NORMAL On another page of this issue is given the substance of the mate rial part of the answer made by the Board of Regents to the re port made by Goodpaster on the Normal School. Theanwer is full and complete. It shows how unfounded the report of the Inspector was and how little effort he had made to find out the exact situation. It condemns him unscathingly for making a superficial examination and for expressing opinions without a careful and exhaustive considera tion of the law of the case. . When we read in the papers extracts of .that report we were just a little inclined to believe that It was a made to order affair, but we waited for the answer of the R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

SERIALS STORY n WINS By Eleanor M. Ingram Author of 'The Game and the Candle." "The flying Mercury." etc. Illustrations bo Frederic Thorn bare h py.-li'ht The Bobbi-MorrtU Company . synapsis. ": IS A f tla V r n-t n I . i . i r . race the mechanician of the Mercury. Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesso 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. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow in auto. Accident by'whlch Stan ton is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch wun ctanton, tens or nis Doynooa. Stan ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track rick, but makes race. They have acci dent. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of his twin .eister. Jessica. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 17 June 1913

FEAR A DEFECTIOII DEMOCRATIC SENATORS THINK FOUR OF THEIR NUMBER MAY BEAT TARIFF BILL. DOUBTFUL ONES ARE NAMED .Anxiety, However, Seems Unfounded and Senate Probably , Will Pas Measure for President Wilson . Holds the Whip Hand. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. There seems to have been recently a revival of the early fear of the Democratic senators that some of their number .my break frnm narh: miitml nnVthp final vote on the tariff bill and thus defeat, so far as the senate can. the measure to which Woodrow Wilson and the party leaders have given their adher ence. The belief of the observers of things legislative, that is the belief of men not engaged in the work as sena tors or representatives, is that the leaders' fear is not well founded and that the senate will sanction the bill as it was sent over by-the house, with, however, a few changes which will make rather for lower than for high er rates. The Democrats say it is a good deal of a victory for a president of the United State...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 June 1913

i r . . - - . a . A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CJRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1913. N UMBEE 25. t t r S O CONFEDERATE PENSION ACT OF 1912 CONSTITUTIONAL IS DE CISION OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. FINANCIAL PROBLEM IS FACED Disbursements Will Be Greater Than Available Funds Payments May Be Deferred Until Assembly Meets. Western Newspaper Union News Seivice, Frankfort, Ky. The' Confederate pension act of 1912 is constitutional, declared the Court of Appeals, and sol diers who fought in the Confederate army for the principles of state sover eignty performed a public service to their respective states as much as did the soldiers of the Federal army. The court renewed the causes leading up to the war between the states and Kentucky's attitude, and argued that the war between the states, instead of being a "war of secession," wrought a "revolution" and the "Union as the fathers understood it was" merged into a nation." The opinion, from which Judge Lassing dissented,...

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