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

'..;.' ;: ;y" . ' X"" "' "''0 ' ,;v' " '.' ' ' ;- ' ; '-'"' ::V ''.. ,' ' . . J I A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME' I; RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 19 13. N DMBEE 27. CJ j J -A 1 1 m mm crop TOBACCO GROWN ti UNITED STATES. THIS YEAR, 8UT EVERY INDICATION OF GOOD YIELD. ' KENTUCKY; AREA CURTAILED Planting in Almost Every Growing Section Is Favorable Except For -Dry Weather. Western Newspaper Union News Service. - Frankfort. While there , fvill be no bumper crop of tobacco grown in the United States this year there is every indication of a crop, of good size and quality; about on a par with last iyear jn every way. A careful canvass of the--entire growing section reveals a total area planted thi3 year stfghtly in excess of 1912. Conditions in some sections, however, have not been alto gether favorable, and the production based upon-the conditions which pre vailed, at planting time will likely fall a little short of last year; Throughout the Central West, which 13;...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

TOW WIPED OUT STURGIS, KY., REDUCED TO ASHES MINING TOWN HAS QUAR TER MILLION BLAZE. Having No Water Works System, In habitants , Fight Fire With Bucket Brigades. "Western Newspaper Union News Service. Sturgis, .Ky. The town of Sturgis, Ky., a mining center on the Illinois Central railroad, a few miles below this city, was practically wiped out ot existence by . fire which originated in the drug store of S. E, Graves, Sturgis has.no water works system and . the only way the citizens naa ot ngnting the fire was with bucket) brigades. The Illinois Central railroad dispatched an engine well equipped . with " hose to Sturgis from Princeton, Ky., to be used in fighting the flames. The busi ness section of the town on both sides of Main street is in, ashes, including the two large bank buildings. At least SO dwelling houses have been destroy ed and many persons will be rendered homeless. iThe dispatcher for the Illi nois Central railroad here received "word that the fire was burning the b...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

Teli 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. Curtis Powell arid Mary Susan Hisle, of Locust Branch, Estill County were married last week. -oo- TheJ10,000 home of Mrs. John G. South, formerly Miss Christine Bradley, of Lancaster, was de stroyed by fire. -oo- - Russell R. Benton and Bessie E. Wells took each other in the holy bonds of matrimony. They reside in the Waco neighborhood. -oo- , Guarantors The following well known gentlemen guaranteed the sale of 750 Chautauqua tickets and thus secured for Richmond this great educational features ' C. C. Wallace, F. M. Stiver, E. B. Barnes, G. E. Lilly, W. S. Broaddus, R. R. Burnam, Ed. Blanton, W. G. White, W. B. Smith and J. G. Crabbe. With the exception of W. B. Smith, W. G. White and R. R. Burnam, the same gentlemen guaranteed and secured it for 1914. The educational advantage of such an institution can not be over estimated.. It provides a...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

GREATEST ATHLETIC MEET EVER HELD IN AMERICA ! T i " Vi; 'y'e"TWMBSWOTt:l ' iwirmiimiiiii Ten thousand, boys of -the public schools of New York recently took part in a series of athletic contests in Central park. It was the largest assemblage of school boys ever gathered together for such a purpose. JOURNEY -f Experience of American Couple at Hands of Rebels. M. B. Felsor and His Bride Relieved of Automobile and Horses' Are Forced to Travel Miles Through Trackless Country. San Antonio, Tex. M. B. Telsor and his bride are in the remote border town of BoQuillas, resting from a strenuous trip of 200 miles through the mountainous portion of northern Mexico, which they made to escape death at the hands of outlaws. Mr.' Telsor was manager of a ranch n the plateau known as Llano de los Cristianos, more than 300 miles from the nearest railroad point He is an American. While on a visit to San Antonio, Tex, several weeks ago he married Mies Dora Seltrous.5 The young lady was reared on a ranch ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

The Cases of Alice Clement True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper ii Kidding the (Copyright, by W. I LICE Clement was going home home after many miles of wanderings, home with the satisfaction of knowing that the quest she had been on had been suc cessful. . She had crossed the seas on this quest, she had traveled the countries go of ancient Europe she had been through difficulties and' dangers; but they had left upon, her youthful, al most childish face, no damaging' mark. It used to be' my standing expression to tell Alice Clement that ehey grew younger every day. And now, as we sat in the parlor car of a fast train to Chicago, I repeated the stock worn phrase, and she laughed, as she always did. "That's because you are growing old about twice as fast as any one else In the world," she cried. "I suppose the next time I see' you you will be hobbling along on a stick and wearing a beard down to your knees." I looked out at the s...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

THE MADISONIAN Published Every Tuesday at RlchnHnd,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 .. . Six Months Three Months :. One Month IN ADVANCE. ...$1.00 ... ' .60 ... .35 ... .15 SPECS Look around you in the cities and you will see on every hand very young children and a large per cent of the adult class with glasses." This is not in accord with na ture. There is something wrong with our methods of living "that brings about this result One thing as much as another, per haps, is the straining of the eye reading poorly printed papers. The print is small, the paper very badly printed very often, and with our modern methods of lighting, the glare makes eye strain sure. Eye strain long continued, puts the glasses on us. The medical authorities and health boards should take up this matter of poorly printed papers, magazines and put the ban ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

VV-VTESS STORY OfL THE TTSCT raESSSOTVbXZ . VZl JSY THi; PRESIDENT, V-SC (CONTINUED.) 8upfclou of New Engfandert. There had been more than & touch of rlolence, more than a little turbu lence, and a vast deal of radical and revolutionary talk In all that they had done; and the colonies were full yet of men who had no tolerance for any thing that transgressed, were It nerer so little, the moderate limita of con stitutional, agitation. . ' There Is an opinion which does In some degree obtain In the other colo nies that the Massachusetts gentle men, and especially of the town of Boston, do affect to dictate and take the lead In continental measures, that we are apt, from an Inward vanity and self-conceit, to assume big and ) haughty airs," said Joseph Hawtey, - who. for all he had grown old sti a quiet Massachusetts lawyer among his neighbors, had kept his shrewd eves abroad. "It is highly probable," he told John Adams, with a wholesome . bluntness, "that you will meet genfe men fro...

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

ipn-n v'Mr mmm m mm winn t (CONTINUED.) Suapfcloua of New Enfllanderm. There had been more than a totich of Tiolence, more than a little turbu lence, and a vast deal of .radical and reTolutionary talk In all that they lad done; and the colonies were full yet of men who had no tolerance for any thing that, transgressed, were It never so little, the moderate limits of con stitutional, agitation. "Them Is an opinion which does In some degree obtain in the other colo nies that the Massachusetts gentle men, and - especially of the town of Boston, do affect to dictate and take the lead in continental measures, that we are apt, from an Inward vanity and self-conceit, to assume big and j haughty airs," said Joseph Hawley, who. for all he had grown old as a quiet Massachusetts lawyer among his neighbors, had kept his shrewd eves abroad. ''It is highly probable." he told John 'Adams, with a wholesome . bluntness, "that you will meet genr,e men from several of the other colo nies fully equal t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

U;RNAMWOOD 9 66 O 'To) ; " ' . v .... - ' , . .... , . Aiuicfiojii Sale df gw .jjIllCili These are the only Lots in Richmond that are ideally located. Concrete walk and macadam street in front of this addition. Water, Gas and Electricity connections. H Lots to the highest and best bidden SSl isi; BMfl given away FMEE ! Be on the grounds and get a chance. FOLLOW THE BAND! I ' -, SMilME RE AI tints. News In and Around Berea Mrs. Samuel ClarkJs visiting her son, Prof. F. O. Clark. Miss Addie Bowling is visiting Mrs. Will Smith at Richmond. Mrs. W. C. Hunt left Sunday to join her husband in Knoxville, Tenn. j Mr. Chester Lewis, of Lancast er, visited friends several days last week. Misses Bessie and Ruby Smith were in Richmoncf'Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wallace visited Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace last week. Dr. and Mrs. Efham, of Cincinnati, O.. were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Best, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coleman, - of Cincinnati, (X, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

V HEAD'S , HEADQUARTERS AT GETTYSBURG Jr. J . ;;, SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER - Rex Beach's Roaring Western Comedy Going Some HOUSEKEEPER TELLS HCW SHE HAS SOLVED A PROBLEM. r r- r ..... . ... . .. ... ; ... . . . L. . 1 1 ADVICE FOR THE HOME MILLINER i - - . .. . , . , . J 1 , ' ' ,. . ' &Js NA, & .rv c5 fit i ill VETERANS HEAR 1 THE PRESIDENT Mr. Wilson Delivers Address at Gettysburg Celebration. DRAWS LESSON FROM BATTLE Declares Great Army of the People Must Fight Peacefully Perfect the Nation AH Love.- to Gettysburg, Pa., July 4. National day In the semi-centennial celebration of the Battle of Gettysburg was made especially notable by an address de livered by President Woodrow Wilson. In his audience were many thousands of the veterans who fought in the great battle, as well as a great throng of other visitors. ' The president's address follows: Friends and Fellow Citizens: I need cot tell you what the battle of Gettys burg meant. These gallant ,men in blue and gray sit all abou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 8 July 1913

ii ft ii ! i i i ! ? ! i i ;- f ; HEAT OVERCOMES GETTYSBURG VETERAN - ' v-- vVs f 1 vK ? X r vf L ' fitful v-fe ( N A pitiful sight indeed is this, of a member of the G. A. R. who came tin scathed through the three days' fighting of tho greatest" battle of the Civil war, overcome by the heat at the reunion of Gettysburg survivors, and being led off the field to medical aid by a couple of young guardsmen. TOjWAl GRAY AT GETTYSBURG Many were the stories told and in numerable were the incidents, both pathetic and humorous, which marked the great reunion of the Union and Confederate' veterans on the Gettys burg battlefield. Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the most stub bornly contested battle of the Civil Tvar, fragments of the hosts which faced each other in that conflict gath ered to renew old acquaintances and to recount the deeds of other days. Kere is a story which was told by A. T. Dice, vice-president of the Read ing railway: Once upon a time there were a vet eran in gr...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

: MA fThRJTT A RT A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. KICIIMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 11)13. NUMBER 28. '--a, ; 1 STORM HITS ITALY PEOPLE FLEE IN TERROR FROM SHAKEN AND FLOODED HOMES ' ; CROPS RUINED. COLDER THAN IN 600 YEARS Not Sine 1313 Hat Rome Experienced Similar Condition, Whllo Naples and Messina Arc Helpless With For Snow Fall. Rome, July 12. All of Italy was bo- lug lashed by storms of unprecedented violence Friday accompanied by tem peratures lower than any previously recorded for this season. Great areas have been devested by wind and hall snowstorms are reported In the north ern mountainous district, damage to fruit crops will reach millions and the entire country Is terrorized" by meteor ologlcal disturbance. Earthquakes and showers of mud and ashes from Vesuvius are causing alarm In the vl clnlty of Naples. Such weather In the middle of July baa not been recorded In Italy since the year 1313, when superstitious peo ple attributed It to the repetitio...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

FARM BOYS ENCAMPMENT WILL BE ONE OF THE BIO FEA TURES OF KENTUCKY STATE FAIH NEXT SEPTEMBER. COMPETITION CLOSES AUG. 1 Boy Should Send in Their Answers At Ones Competition Keen This Year, With Several Hundred En trwis. We-l-rn Newspaper Inlon Newt Service. Louisville, Ky. Already throughout the entire farming districts of the one hundred and twenty counties of the state the "little fanners" on which the future progress and prosperity of the commonwealth depend, are looking forward with keen interest to the dele gates to be selected from each county for the Farm Boys' Encampment at the Kentucky State Fair next Septem ber 15-20. The boys are selected by competi tive examination, via application blanks mailed out by, and to be re turned to Secretary J. L. Dent, before August 1. The only stipulations are that the boys be engaged In active farm work, are between the ages of 15 and 18 years, and of good moral character. Any boy who has been en rolled In a College of Agriculture is, of cou...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

LOCAL NBY5 5r imiim Toll ut the new. We appreciate It and It our pleasure to nerve you. Phone 6.18, 6T)9 or 791, or write u. Sign your name to all new item. Mr. G.I I. Myers has sold his home on the Summit to Mrs. Stapp. She will be given posses sion in a short time. Miss Tommie House, of this city, has just received the prize offered by the Equal Suffrage As sociation for an essay on Wom an's Suffrage. Considering the ability of her opponents, her vic tory merits pride. I ler essay re flects honor upon her and upon Caldwell High School, where she has already attained high honors. Her many friends congratulate her upon her success.- V. H. Madison Jury Deputy Sheriff J. D. Bush, who resided in Madison county, was sent by Judge Benton Thursday to that county with orders to summon a special venire of eighty jurors to appear here for service next Monday morning for the purpose of trying some one of the Callahan cases. Judge Hays, counsel for D. F. Deaton and others, has asked the Common...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

The Salvation of Children-A Sermon to Parents B REV. JAMES M. CRAY. D. O. Dm Moodr BMt InainiW Chicago TKXT "It in not tlie will of your Kalh r which Is In lieuven that one of these little ones fthmilil perlRh." Malt. IN. 14. I love JeSU bP- cause hf loved little children, t love blm for many othr things chiefly b cause he minis ters to me daily of h I grace throuKb his word and spirit Hut 1 have a peculiar feeling of love for hltn whenever my thoughts dwell on a little child. "I think when I reml Hiut sweet Ki.ry of -lit. When JeKiifl wa here emuni; men. Ho he railed little children a lutnt to I tlx fold. I should like to liv been with Him then." In this chapter of Matthew he takea a little child and sets him in the midst of his disciples, not merely to teach thoso disciples a lesson in humility, but for the child's sake ns ell as their sake. Me has something lo leach them concerning the child which they never knew, and could not have known except for him. He tells them such little...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

Qetth-erea Snxtles WRONG CUE. One of the new members of congrcs Is a very young man who, when he wan making hla campaign, had a great eye for publicity. Aa he was appealing particularly to the labor element, he Kent out a itory telling how he liked to work on Iron. Later, In order to make good on the itory, he had a mall blacksmith ahop built war his table. One day a delegation of labor men railed on him and he boasted about his entliUHlasm for making shoes for his own horses out of straight bars of Iron. He took the delegation to the bop. "Jack." he called out, when within a few yards of the shop, "where are Borne of those Iron bars 1 use for mak ing horseshoes?" "They're all In here," .Tack called bark. "I ain't had time to ntralghten 'em out since you hammered 'em up for thut delegation yesterday." Pop ular Magazine. Recant Horror. The Doctor The Janitor of the tiiiildlne where I live aavs his father and grandfather made their living by working at similar jobs in tne oia country....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

1 THE MADISONIAN HBMMiaiMiiliiiiHHHHBMMNiHHl PntWlit Every Tueada at WlclmwwJ.Kt.lbt Grant L Lilly, Editor & Owner Entered a second-clas matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3. 1879. StBSCmPTIO HATtS One Year $1.00 Six Month 60 Three Month 35 One Month 15, IN ADV ANCE. CLEAN ELECTIONS The people will remember the warning given to the candidates by Judge Benton in his instruc tions to both the February and May grand juries. This same warning was given by him to the people of Clark and other coun ties. Sipce then there have been two primary elections held in Clark county. It is reported that in each, much money was used to corrupt the "honest floater." and now Judge Benton is confronted with a problem. Its either a complete back down or "eat 'em up Joe" program. It is fresh in memory that Judge Lsenton also on one occa sion, told a Madison county grand jury that it was NOT a violation ! Pwcr and maKes economy ine of law to buy regist...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

Z4. BY THE PlttlBENT . wSs O (CONTINUED.) Washington Not Deceived. He bad too frank a Judgment npon affairs to cheat himself with falsa bopee. "An Innate spirit of freedom first told ma that the measures which administration hath for soma time been and now are most violently pur suing are repugnant to ever? principle of natural Justice," had been his earn est language to Bryan Fairfax ere he set out for the congress; "whilst much abler heads than my own bath fully convinced me that It Is not only repugnant to natural light, but sub versive of the laws and constitution of Qre'at Britain Itself, In the estab lishment of which some of the best blood of the kingdom hath been split. . . ". I could wish, I own," he had added, "that this dispute had-been left to posterity to determine." Could Be No Compromise. But he knew more clearly than ever before, as he rods homeward fn,m tne congress through the autumu woods, that it had not been; that Lee and Henry and Mason were rightly of the same...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

Lot Sale At the time advertised, a large crowd followed the band to the sale of lots put on by the Jessa mine Realty Company in the Bur namwood addition to the city of Richmond. Twenty lots were sold to the following well known citizens: Will Adams, two; P. M. Pope, two; T. S. Burnam, six; D. A. Mc Cord, four; Dr. Scudder, one; G. H. Myers, one; VV. R. Shaw, one; Mrs. D. E. Flora, one; C. C. Wal lace, two. Twenty-five dollars were Riven away and the fortunate ones were: Mrs. S. H. Thorpe, Mrs. James Chaney, L. M. Scrivner. David McCord, Frank Devore. This addition bids fare to be come a very important part of the city. It is a part of the home place of the late Major Curtis F. Burnam. For Sale I have two splendid lots located just immediately across the street from C. C. Wallace, which I will sell or trade for improved proper ty in this city. These lots are in the best part of the city, will al ways be in the best part and are convenient and desirable. Will sell on terms to suit pur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 15 July 1913

r SKULK AS MILESTONES MlMnONAL SUNMSQIOOL Lesson fBy V.. O. BELf.FRfl, Director of Cvvnlng I Hpnrtnient, The Moody Bible Institute, Chlrngo.) LESSON FOR JULY 20 a I Rex Bcacb'f Roaring Western Comedy I Going Some TIE A(EES A Capital Story by a Most Popular Author J J Yoa Cw't Afford to Miss H fff .j I 0 I T"? " -" Z.1"" "tawM TfCw fsj?Jssi I Mil ! sr?ydT ' i H Jx ijT "1 HE village of Hailing, situated on Lj IJ the banks of the Medway some I ,our ml,e" aboT Rochester. Eng- buu. una 1" Ullg 1 11 k IS IAUID through the discovery of prehis toric man; henceforth the name of Hailing will be as full of mean ing to genealogists and anthropol ogists as that of Galley Hill or Tilbury of Neanderthal. At first sight the finding of a human skeleton strangely like the human skeleton of the pres ent day some sis or seven feet below the sur face does not appear an epoch-making event, but when the conditions under which It was found are carefully considered. It Is just this striking Imllarity to the...

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