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

WENT EAST TO ASK FOR THE LIBERTY BELL THREATEN WRECK HIGHLY COLORED BATHING SUITS OF U. S. EMBASSY Anti-American Feeling Called to Attention of Mexican For eign Office. NEWSPAPERS ARE BELLICOSE Notice Olven to Children of School to Be at Railway Station Carrying Japanese Flags to Welcome Mikado' Envoy. ' )MMWSa life: A tj ' ' i I si I v. v . ( it - ii ji These young women, representing the states of tbe northwest, have Juiit been on a trip to Philadelphia to ask that the Liberty bell be sent to the Panama-Pacific exposition In San Francisco in 1915. With them la Philip S. Tlatea. publisher of The Northwest, of Portland, Ore. THIEVES NEVER QUIT Once Started Continued Through Life, Say Detectives. Sleuth Tells of Apple, Chewing Cum, Secret Packet and Dog Collar Schemes In Stores Loss From This Source Heavy. New York. Four Years ago Lottie Gross married. Her husband knew that she had served a term in Moy--amensing for shopllfttDg. But she promised him and she meant it that she would ne...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 July 1913

.J SOMHAM MADS A NEWSPAPER DEVOTEE TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1913. NUMBER 21). 11 Inl ic v TAX SYSTEM IS DEFECTIVE SAYS PROF. PLEHN, TAX EXPERT, EMPLOYED BY . KENTUCKY TAX COMMISSION. FAULTS OF PRESENT PLAN flcommindi Central Control of All Assessments By Strong Stat Tax Commlation. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort. The defects and the the need of Kentucky's tax ayalem were pointed out by Prof. Carl Cop ping Plebn at an open meeting of the Kentucky tax commission at Commer cial club headquarters In Louisville. Prof. Plebn Is of the University of Cal ifornia, and is considered one of the foremost tax experts In the country. He was employed by the commission to make a complete Investigation of the tax situation in Kentucky and to recommend reforms. The faults of the present system, as pointed out by Prof. Plehn follow: Failure of local assessors to get nil the property on the tax lists because they do not have proper maps In thei...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 July 1913

1812 MUSEUM HISTORICAL MEMENTOES BEING COLLECTED FOR EXHIBITION IN LOUISVILLE In Connection With the Perry Centen nial Celebr.M'on To Be Held Sep tember 10 to October S. Louisville. Ky. The greatest collcc tlon of historical mementoes connect eJ with the War of lst2 ever gathered together will undoubtedly be the relit secured for the "1812 Museum." to lie operated in connection with the Perry Centennial Celebration In Louisville September 29 to Octobe.- On ac count of the intimate association of Kentucky with the history of that war there are probably more mementoes of the wr.r in Kentucky ami Southern Imllatia than tan be fouml anywhere else, Th "1815: Museum" will probably be the most Interesting feature of the celebration to tens of thousands of people, despite the fait that Brent spectacular net-pic events will be held every afternoon and evening during the seven days of the celebration. A committee, of which lieo. T. Settle, Librarian of the Free Public Library, Is chairman, ha...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 July 1913

LOCAL Ps MEWS m Tell u the new. We appreciate it and It our pleasure to 'terve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all newt Item. Remember Reeves who lost his life py reason of cheap election whiskey. Brother M. VV. Witt, of Rich mond, Ky., is sojourning at Bay View, Mich. He visited Ivanhoe Commandery No. 30, K. T. He speaks very complimentary of the work and pronounces it similar to that in Kentucky. May our Brother enjoy the lake breezes, and may they fan him into good health Masonic Journal. Death of Mrs. T. J. Berry -Mrs. T. J. Berry, wife of Mr. T. J. Berry, one of our oldest and most esteemed citizens, died on Tuesday night in Lexington, after being in ill health for some time. Since last winter she and her husband had made Iheir home with their only son, George, and she was with him at the time of her death. Mrs. Berry had spent the great er part of her life in this commu nity, where she was widely known and greatly beloved. As a wife, mother and neigh...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 July 1913

The Christian Church and Social Government Br REV. JAMES M. CRAY. D. D. Dim Mwdy BitaW ImMviv TRXT-"Rnilr unto CaeMr the th1n tout r Cumr'i;" "Tnou hlt lov thv titlitor mm thynlf." Matthw ti ll and These words of our Lord Jesus Christ suggest a sermon on the rotation of the Christian church to civil govern ment Put first what la the Chris tian church? It la an elect body gathered out of all nations, In whom a super natural work has b n redeemed and sanctified through faith In the atonement of Chrlet and as members of his spirit ual body, are separated In an essen tial sense from the world. They are waiting for hla re-appearlng. and ex pect to be glorified and reign with hint over the millennial earth. There Is a point of view therefore, in which such a people have nothing to do with civil government becauae ucn government la a part of the sys tem of ungodliness represented by Satan whom the Scriptures call the god of this world. Ills dominion is to be. destroyed when Christ comes to...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 July 1913

Qathjerea Snrttles INCONSEQUENTIAL DETAIL, Hello!" 'Hello!" 1 "Is this Dr. Fourthly?" -Ten." 'This I Mn. Dorklns. Say, doctor. Is that new chapel on the west aide ready for use?" "Not yet, Mra. Dorklna; we expect to open It" "I beg pardon, but there la ao much noise here that 1 can't quite" "I was saying that we expect to open It In a few weeka." "Tea? What arrangements have you made for music?' "As to (hat I can only say that wa bare an organ deal on " ' O, doctor, I don't care whether she wears an organdie lawn or a silk pop lin. Has she a good voice?" Moat Likely. A spiritualist, accompanied by an other man who shared the same belief, was walking in a country graveyard one night when one of the men de clared be aaw a "shadowy form." "Have you an Idea wBose ghost It was?" asked the other. "No, I can't tell you," he replied, "but over yonder there Ilea a man who had three wivea. On the stone of the first there la 'My Wife,' on the second My Dear Wife," and on the third 'My Beloved ...

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 July 1913

THE MAD1S0N1AN SriM Event T mMm a frIclliiMitd.Kr CrtntL Lilly, . Editor A Owntr Entered II tecond-clas matter January 22, 1913, al the pott office at Richmond, Ky, Under the Act of March 3, 1379. SUBSCRIPTION tMtES tin Year $1.00 Six Montht 60 Shre Montht 35 n Month 15 IN ADVANCE. ENCOURAGING STRIKES Lexington has undergone the throes of a street car strike a real strikeand as is usually the case, the public sympathized with the strikers and encouraged them in acts of lawlessness. Citizens may do this without being guilty of any overt act of lawlessness themselves. This moral influence on behalf of the strikers embold ens and impels them to acts of disorder and to still grosser crimes. It is the office of the Governor of Kentucky to see that the laws are faithfully executed. If the strikers have had their legal rights invaded, the courts were open to them for redress. But instead of appealing to the courts they, in a body, strike, and they and their sympathizers say that no others ...

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 July 1913

A Card stand for that which is best for the people socially, morally and com mercially. Believing that some of the great issues before the people are the questions of using money or whisky for cam paign purposes to corrupt and in fluence voters and believing both to be detrimental socially, morally, and commercially, and knowing that it is contrary to law to use money or anything of value for the purpose of corruptly influen cing the voters, I wish to declare myself clearly On those questions, I have not used whisky, money or other tm'ngs of value in this primary and promise the people that I will not do so. I promise further that I will not resort to any corrupt practices in this cam paign. If am elected I will stand firmly againt the repeal of the county unit law and pledge my constituents that I will be firmly opposed to useless appropriations of the peoples money and that I will demand an economical con duct of the fiscal affairs of the State. I feel that my chances for the nomi...

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 July 1913

A mGINGLETTER That Wrings Some Heart. Judge Benton's statement in full follows: "Some of my friends -friends I believe in and who believe in me Ing, I have said candidly and earnestly, to all the grand juries that have been empaneled in this district this year, and through them to all the people, that if the forces of Christian consecration and morality can not bring about this reform, I shall demand of the fZrand iuries that meet after the -have told me that some persons 'August election that they apply doubt my sincerity in the fight that is being waged for clean elec tions, and that some fear that that movement was conceived to tie the hands of some candidates and leave the hands of others free. "For the benefit of those who have such doubts or are disturbed by such a fear, I wish to make my position clear. "For more than eight years I have labored consistently and earnestly for clean elections and honest politics. I have done what I could . to awaken and arouse public sentiment ...

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 July 1913

f ' 1 . txa.'AJ I'tVVfT. "KJ x,.V CHAPTER I. OUR cowboys inclined their bodies over the barbed-wire fence which marked the di viding line between the Cen tipede Ranch and their own, taring mournfully Into a cummer night such as only the far southwestern coun try knows. And as the four Inclined their bodies, they also their ears., after the manner of listeners who Inclined trained Ceel anguish at what they hear. A voice, shrill and human, pierced the night like a needle, then, with a wail ef a tortured soul, died away amid discordant raspings: the voice ef a phonograph. It was their own, or bad been until one over-confident day, when the Flying Heart Ranch bad staked It as a wager in a foot race with the' neighboring Centi pede, and their own man had been too slow. As It bad been their pride, it remained their disgrace. Dearly had they loved, and dearly lost It. It meant something that looked like honor, and though there were ten thousand thousand phonographs. In all the world there ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 22 July 1913

n ' 1 n: l 'MEXICO SECURES VANDERBILT DID NOT SALUTE THE QUEEN HENRY LANE WILSON HOSTILE ARMIES r- ccSafi w Ic lU -'-iSP ".mil- Conspicuous among the American entered In the coaching marathon from Hyde Park to South Richmond. England, a distance of about 20 miles, was A. O. Vanderbllt (driving), who passed the royal box, where Queen Mary (arrow) was seated. It was noted that Mr.. Vanderbllt, with whom is his wire, was the only man who passed by the queen and failed to raise his hat. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sturgis are on the seat In back of the Vanderbllta. CALL OF OLD OCEAN Ever Felt Since Pharaoh's Daugh ter's Famed Trip. Romantic Events Have Occurred When Beauty Bathed as Everyone Does Now Resume of Sea shore Fun of Many Places. New York. It was some years ago that "Pharaoh's daughter went down to the water." or, to speak by The Book, "came down to wash herself at the river; and her maidens walked along by tin river's side." It is also related that she found the irfant, Moses. But that...

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

i Si 1 1 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO TOE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1913. NUMBER 30. ) GIVES UP Lll FOR HER CHUi GISL GOES TO WATERY1 GRAVE IN UNSUCCESSFUL EFFORT TO RESCUE FRIEND. SECRETARY TO SUPT. HAMLETT Unfortunate Drowning in Kentucky River Waves From Boat Dashed Feet From Under Them. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort. Miss Katherine Fa von, 25 years old, of Hopkinsville, secre tary of Barkdale Hamlett, state super intendent of public instruction, gave up her life while trying to rescue Miss Bessie Culter, her chum, from a wa tery grave in the Kentucky river near this city. The young women had ac companied George Enright, secretary to Appellate Judge Settle, on a swim ming excursion, and while enjoying a swim the steamboat Ed. Meyer ap proached. The young women went to the shore and Enright to the middle of the river to ride the waves. Con cluding that they were missing too much sport, the young women waded into the water up to their k...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

r-ri J A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1913. NUMBER 30. 1 inii&a SIVES UP LIFE FOR HER CHUi URL GOES TO WATERY1 GRAVE IN UNSUCCESSFUL EFFORT TO RESCUE FRIEND." .'T SECRETARY TO SU PT. HAMLETT Unfortunate Drowning in Kentucky River Waves From Boat Dashed Feet From Under Them. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort. Miss Katherine Favon, 25 yearB old, of Hopkinsville, secre tary of Barkdale Hamlett, state super intendent of public instruction, gave up her life while trying to rescue Miss Bessie Culter, her chum, from a wa tery grave in the Kentucky river near this city. The young women had ac companied George Enright, secretary to Appellate Judge Settle, on a swim ming excursion, and while enjoying a swim the steamboat Ed. Meyer ap proached. The young women went to the shore and Enright to the middle of the river to ride the waves. Con cluding that they were missing too much sport, the young women waded into the water...

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 July 1913

vr "HEALTH REVIVAL" CAMPAIGN IN CHRISTIAN COUN TY FOR STAMPING OUT OIS . ISE IS LAUNCHED. War on Hookworm, Tuberculosis and Typhoid to Begin August 4 Will Continue Six Weeks. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Hopkinsville, Ky. Final prepara tions were made for the launching of a great health campaign In Christian county to be started on August 4 and to continue six weeks.. Dr. A. T. Mc McCormack, of Bowling Green, state sanitary inspector; Dr. W. W. Rich mond, of (Clinton, member of the state board of health, and Dr. W. A. Lockey, county health officer, completed the plans for what Dr. McCormack calls a "health revival." In this matter the state board will work in connection with the Christian County Medical So; ciety. War was declared upon the bookworm, tuberculosis and typhoid fever. A force of microscopists from the state health office will be on duty to analyze the waste matter and the sputum of every man, woman and child in the county that may be sub mitted. - The analysis,...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

mmd&cmmmmmmJk 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. Marshall, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Parke, died at his home near Doylesville last week. He was the nephew of Mr. Jas. Parke, of this city. The deepest sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents. , -oo- Mr. Eugene Miller has bought the interest of Mr. J. J. Embry in the Normal City Laundry. The property is now owned by Hugh Tevis, George Goodloe and Mr. Miller. They ought to make things hum. -oo- The following officers have been nominated for the Parent Teachers Association for the coming year: President, Mrs. Ballard Luxon; Vice President, Mrs. John Arnold; Secretary, Miss Susan Ames. -oo- "London, Ky:, July 19, 1913. "The Laurel County Institute was held here this week with Prof. John A. Sharon of the New port city schools as Instructor. He is a splendid school man and true Kentuckian." Prof. Sharon, who was former l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

I How Can God I Declare One I Righteous Who Is I Not Righteous? $ By REV. H. W.POPE w Superintendent of Men X Moodf Bible Institute. Cbicata TEXT Therefore being Justified by faitH. we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 5;L The word Justi fy means to reck- on . or declare righteous. For giveness is a neg ative term, mean ing to ; put away or remit. Justifi cation Is a posi tive act, and means not simply forgiving the sin ner, or letting him off from the punishment which he deserves, but declaring him righteous (Rom. v.-K-K-.v.-. "-X . .vN-jv 4:5). How can God reckon one righteous who is not righteous? This is a fair question and we must face it. Sup pose a merchant in a small town had fallen into debt He is not a good buyer, he is not accurate in his ac counts, and he is shiftless. Suppose a rich uncle who has made a fortune in the same business, and has retired, should pay him a visit. After a few days he says to his nephew: "John, I hear bad reports about yo...

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

) UNCONVENTIONALITIES. "Sloppinger,- If you had just a few grains of sense you'd know what a gibbering idiot you are." "I won't dispute - your assertion, . Kiljordan, but when I make a state ment like that I want somebody to have nerve enough to tell me I'm a stupid, turtle-headed liar." "When I look at you, Murdlestone, I can't help wondering t if you're worth the atmosphere you displace." "It's hardly necessary for me to tell you, Blim, that you are the last man on earth I'd want to share a stateroom with, but all the others on the boat are taken." , "Yes, 6ir, I've read, the manuscript of your story, and It's absolutely the rottenest I ever waded through. Here it is. You may leave the door osen as you go out." Test of Gravity. "Professor Blobbs is a serious-mind-d man." "Yes." "Have you ever seen him at a base ball game?" "No. Why do you ask?" "I was just wondering what his conduct would be if the game were tied and a player on the home team whose batting average was a joke shoul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

THE MADMAN Publisbedfvery Tuesday at RIchmond.Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - - Editor & Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.. ...$1.00 Six Months 60 Three Months. .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. PENSIONS FOR MOTHERS Commissioners of Allegheny county have appropriated $13,000 for the payment of pensions to mothers who have children dependent upon them. Before the money is available Gov. Tener, under the law enacted by the last Legislature, must name a board of trustees by whose direction the money, together with Allegheny county's proportion of the $100,000 appro priated by the State, will be expended. Only the mothers of children dependent because of the death or desertion of their fathers are eligible to pensions, and the mothers must be qualified in the judgment of the trustees, to administer the pension and care for their children. It was stated at the commissioners' of...

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

S I r y News In and Mrs. Bert Coddington is spending a few days in Cincinnati. Miss Lou Philips of Wildies visiting Miss Bessie Vaughn near Berea. J. W, Coyle and wife spent Saturday with Mr. Tom Logsdon and wife at Paint Lick. , Mrs. Ed. Seale returned Thursday after a two weeks visit with her mother at Beattyville. x 1 : Mr. G. D. Haliday who has been at ML Jackson Hospital for the past three weeks has returned. Miss Ella Harrison returned . Thursday from Jackson County where she has been visiting friends. ' J. W. Coyle and wife returned Wednes day after spending several days with W. D. Logsdon and wife at Brassfield. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kinnard who have been visiting relations for a few weeks re turned to Ohma, Nebraska Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Harrison are enjoy ing a visit from two of their daughters, Mrr. Jennie Jones from Nebraska and Mrs. Mamie Jones from Florida. Mrs. W. C Hunt returned Sunday from Knoxville where she has been spending a few weeks with her husband. Mr. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

Kentucky Mules In Demand Kentucky mules are in large de mand and prices are very attrac tive. Numerous sales of work mules have been made recently at prices varying from $325 to $550 par pair. The State is also up holding its fame for fine jacks and jennetts. Buyers in great num bers have come here to make pur chases of breeding stock to be used to improve the work stock in other States. A yearling jack raised in Montgomery county was recently sold for $800. Henry Letton, of Nicholas county, sold a fine suck ling mare mule for $150. Ex.. 00 Gov. McCreary Back on Job Gov. McCreary resumed his du ties as chief magistrate Monday after a month spent on vacation in the East, during which he at tended the Gettysburg battlefield celebration and was shown mark ed distinction. Gov. McCreary got back to the State to be in time to review the Kentucky militia in annual encampment at Middles boro. The Governor has not yet decided when or where he will make his opening speech in his race for the ...

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