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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

THE MA BIS ON I A N , CDPYR I 3HT 193 O' -BY KaPPggc' BROTHERS t - v . , . ..... : ... i ...... -; SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of th Flying Heart ranch are ??t?rota- over the loss:f their mueh prlfted phonograph by the defeat of their ehsmplon in a foot-race with the cook of tive re?.tlPeJ?e ranch. A house party is on At the Flj-ing. Heart. J. Wallingford fejd cheer leader at Tale. and. Culver CYlngton. Inter-collegiate champion run ner, are expected. ;, CHAPTER I. Continued. "Nonsense! Robert Keap is only twenty-three. Why, she hardly knew lier husband, even! It was one of those sudden, impulsive affairs that xrould overwhelm any irl who hadn't een a man for four years. And then he enlisted in the Spanish War, tad was killed." "Considerate chap!" y "Roberta, you know. Is my best mend, after Helen. Do be nice to her. Jack." Miss Chapin sighed. "It Is too bad the others couldn't come." "Yes, a small house-party has its disadvantages. By-the-way. what's , that gold thing on your frock?" "It's a...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 29 July 1913

T H -E- M A D ISO N I A N IMIMIIONAL SCENE OF BLOODY STRIKE RIOTING PURE WHITE FOR WARMEST DAYS MfflOOL (By E. O. SELLERS. Director of Even- Ing Department The Moody Bible In . stitute of Chicago.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 3 ' ' ' mi- 1 I -My.)', y v. fe-jjs-trM I Our illustration shows a general view of Johannesburg, South Africa, wljere the strike of miners haa: resulted in bloody battles with the soldiery-and police. The inset shows a typical crowd of colored miners." Y ORDER Nicholas Savin, Adventurer, Re leased From Riga Prison. International Swindler, "Man of the Hour" in Russia, Now Earns Hon est Living Was Street Car Conductor in Chicago. "Moscow. Nicholas Savin, the no torious Russian adventurer who calls himself Count Nicholas de Toulouse Lautrec, has been released from prfs on in Riga by the czar's manifesto of March 5. When the count came out f prison he had only three rubles in ills pocket. He has earned 5,000 m Ses so far. A Moscow newspaper is publishing his diary and a cine...

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 August 1913

I I A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME -CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1913. NUMBER 31. VOTING ME NEW PRIMARY PASSES SMOOTHLY THROUGH , OUT THE. COMMONWEALTH SOME BIG SURPRISES. THREE KILLED III OWSLEY Complicated Form of Ballet Causes Confusion in Some Sections and Delays Count.- Western Newspaper Union Nws Service. Frankfort, Ky. Under the new state primary law candidates were chosen by the various political parties in near ly every county, of the state. From Middlesboro on the east to Fulton on th west, the battle of ballot was hotly waged and when the smoke cleared away the field was strewn with polit ical debris in many sections, where big surprises were sprung on party favor ites. With the'-exception of one dis trict where three men were killed in a pistol battle following a dispute over the- election, the voting passed off quietly throughout the commonwealth. The most important contests, in the state outside the city of Louisville took place in the Twent...

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 August 1913

T H p M AD I S O N IAN SUNDAY CLOSING Of SALOONS AND SUPPRESSING OF GAMBLING GIVES POLICE A BUSY DAY AT LEXINGTON. Riot Enlivens Day When Lineman Was Attacked While at Work Four Saloons Raided. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky. The attempt of Po lice Commissioner George Land to en Jcrce Sunday closing of saloons and suppress gambling gave the police here a busy day; 72 were arrested. Two murders and a riot enlivened the day of tragic events. Will McCoy, an electric lineman, who refused to go out cn strike recently, was struck on the head and knocked senseless while en gaged in repairing a trolley wire in the center of. the city. In a construc tion camp a negro was killed and the alleged slayer of J. W. Mitchell was arrested. Four saloons were found doing business and raided and two cap games were broken up. "PROFESSIONALLY CONVERTED. Leichfield, Ky. The Grayson Coun ty Teachers' institute has closed after a week's session here. It was an in stitute which made hist...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 August 1913

Tell us the news. "We appreciate it and its our, pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all news items. ' Telephone your local news to 791. -oo- Mr. Shelby McGoffin Jett Jr. was married on Aug. 5th to Miss Jane Oglesby Larew of Pu laski, Virginia. '. -oo A handsome son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robison ot Lancaster. Before her marriage Mrs. Robison was Miss Fannie Tinder, and has many -friends in Richmond. . -oo- Ira Denny while driving by the Miller residence, was stunned by the lightning. His mule was also stunned. Neither was seriously hurt It is an experience that Mr. Denny hopes will never again occur. -oo- Miss Curraleen Smith who taught last year in Panama, has been re-elected to teach at Cald well the coming year. This is most gratifying to her many friends who welcome her back a-gain. -oo- Prof. Stackhouse . has been chosen to succeed Prof. M. LCan eer. He comes most highly rec ommended and while all regret to see Prof. Caneer lea...

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

I Only A Touch I ? Br REV. PARLEY C 2AKTMANN, D. D, 2 Secretary f Elteaaea Department X f Mood? B&ia laattfute. Gticaso - S ' TEXT Who touched mat Luke 8:45. The story of thia nameless woman and the miracle of her healing Is found In each of - the synoptic gospels, and It Is especial ly prominent In that of St. Mark; in fact, it is one of r- the " striking cartoons which this evangelist uses in describing the work of Christ Of all the characters in the -gospel this nameless woman is the most touching, and her attitude toward Jeeus, his treatment of her, and the gracious results serve as encour agement to anyone who doubts his fit ness for approach to Christ or his wor thiness to receive anything from Christ. It, is the story of a miracle by the way. Jesus had been . requested by Jalrus to come to his house and heal his daughter. As he was going on his way and much people followed him and thronged him, a certain woman, seriously ill for twelve years, suffering many things of many...

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

TV H E M A D I S O N I A N THOUSANDS OF DRAGON FLIES Queer Sight Witnessed by a French Naturalist While Making s Tour Through Morbihan. A professor of zoology at Lille, M. Charles Barrios, was making a tour through Morbihan, in France. As he was walking along the road he noticed that a multitude of dragon files were alighting on the telegraph wires. " The singular thing about it was that they all rested at an equal distance from each other, and all occupied the same position, with head turned toward the west. From all sides the dragon flies ar rived and always placed themselves in the same position, and at the same distance f-rom each other. They re mained as if glued to the wire, motion less and paralyzed. Each new arrival flew over the fixed bodies of the others and took its place In the line. This chain stretched itself out to ward the west, and turned toward the setting sun. Professor Barrios fol lowed the route for a long distance and found the same strange phe nomenon. He" est...

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 August 1913

THE M ADISONI AN Published Every Tuesday at RIchmond.Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - - Editor & Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1879. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year . Six Months Three Months ; One Month r. '. IN ADVANCE. .$i.oa .60 . .35 . .15 Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. SHAMEFUL ? A rut f lo4-5"r lief !rrfn 5c1-- ed only for its iniquity, has just closed. For years the people have been calling for clean elec tions in which the voice of the people could be heard in the se lection of their officers. The old fraudulent convention in which a few ring leaders ruled arbitrarily, had'become unbearable. To give relief to the people from this con dition, the State, at its own ex pense, gave them the -State wide primary in which the poorest of men may contest for office. Suit able laws to protect the ballot and maintain its purity were en acted. Some, indeed, have been on the books from time imme m...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 August 1913

LjVs story tig xea tost kshtvC!x (CONTINUED.) Patrick Henry Declares War. Mr. Henry, accepted the formula with great relish. In the convention at Richmond, in his resolution "that the colony be Immediately put into a pos ture of defense," but he broke with it in the speech with which he tup ported his measure of preparation. In this there was no plan or pre tence of peace, but. Instead, a. plain declaration of war. Once more did Edmund Pendleton, Richard Bland, Mr. Nicholas, and Col onel Harrison spring to their feet to check him, as in the old days of the Stamp act. Once more, nevertheless, did he have his way, completely tri umphant. . : The War Party Triumphs. - What hefhad proposed was done, and his very opponenls Served upon the committee charged with "its accom plishment. It was not going more than other colonies had done; it was only saying more; it was only deal ing more fearlessly and frankly with fortune. Even slow, conservative men like John Dickinson of Pennsylvania, shi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 August 1913

General News - An admirer has given King Al fonso $500,001 The fat sow seems to get all the acorns. E, T. Robards, of - Lexington, estimates the acreage of Burley tobacco in 38 Kentucky counties at 133,300 against 134,400 last year. A twelve hundred pound Mis souri mule recently sold for $1,200, which goes to show - that mule meat is a trifle higher than beef steak. ' -.x - . Sixty desperate convicts, . the worst in Sing Sing, New York's noted prison, were sent to the State Prison at Auburn N.Y. They were leaders in the recent riots in the prison. A steady advance in meat and meat products is forecasted by -a report of the Department of Ag riculture. The report shows that there is an increasing scarcity of meat animals, and an increasing demand. oo A dispatch from New York says: 'That Clarence H. Mackay, to keep up the pace of a millionaire's son, borrowed heavily in ' Wall street and failed to pay back after he had inherited $40,000,000 from his father's estate, is charged in a sui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 August 1913

THEvMA DIS O N I A N 3 8YNOPSI8. Cowboys of the Flying: Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loss of their much prized phonograph by the defeat of their 5wanJPlon in a toot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party Is n at the Flying Heart. J. Wallingford peed. cheer leader at Tale, and Culver v-ovlngteu. Inter-colleeiate champion run er. are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's theart, becomes Interested in the loss r the phonograph, she suggests to Jean Jpm. sister of the owner of the ranch. at she Induce (Jovington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares at if Covington won't run. Speed will. 2.-L cowboys are hilarious over the pros- CHAPTER 111. Continued. It was growing dark -when the rat tle of wheels outside the ranch-house brought the occupants to the porch In time to see Nigger Mike halt his buck board and two figures prepare to de scend. ."It's Mr. Speed!" ried Miss Blake. Then she uttered a scream as the vel vet darkness was rent by "a dozen tongue...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 August 1913

it IS i i ft : THE M AD I SON I AN sr.- t M ' J. i .... J , 4T obaHocw Novel Kitchen Shower. A recent bride was he recipient of thisvery pretty shower, which was given on the lawn ' surrounding a beautiful old-fashioned home. The guests were welcomed on the porch, and then went out on the lawn, which was set with tables and chairs, with rugs spread down. Several huge umbrellas made resting places . for those who wished them and there was a bowl of delicious fruit punch with a little sister, of the hostess presid ing. .. From the branches of trees, large ahrubs, and attached to strings strung across the lawn, there were all sorts of bulky wrapped parcels. A large clothes basket tied with white satin ribbons was brought forth and the honored guest was 'handed a large .pair of shears tied with white ribbon and told to cut down the parcels, each of which was marked with the don or's name and a sentiment to' be read .aloud. Many of the articles were ac companied by reliable recipes; for ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

KT A THh TT Tft RY TT A FnJ A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO 'THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1913. NUMBER 32., THE LEGISLATION RECOMMENDED STATE IN3URANCE COMMISSION ER WOULD HAVE 80LONS EN- . XT "BLUE SKY" LAWS. MANY ABUSES PRACTICED More Arrests In Examination Question Scandal Well-Known Pedagog In Toilt of the Law. Western Newspaper Union Ntwf Berrlce. Frankfort. "Blue Sky" legislation Is recommended for Kentucky by State Insurance Com ml' nT M. C. Clay In bis annual report to State Auditor H. M. Bosworth, made public. Concern ing the sale of stock In Insurance com panies be said: "Within the past few years espe cially there have arisen, or been re vived, many abuses connected with the sale of stock In Insurance companies, which have been promoted by un worthy men for the purpose of realis ing extortionate profits from the sale of the stock of the proposed company, regardless of the Interests of the stock holders of the company or the ultimate prosperity ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

THE. MADISONIAN DROUGHT COSTLY EVERY CROP CUT FROM 30 TO BO PER CENT HUNDREDS OP THOUSANDS LOST. Immediate Ralna Would 8ave Part of Tobacco Crop, heport Present Dire Condition In State. Western Newspaper t'nion News Srrvlre. Frankfort, Ky. The drought has cost Kentucky farmers hundred of thousands of dollars. Every crop ha been cut from 30 to 50 per cent. The final yield of wheat 1 given as 12.5 ousneis per acre tor, the state, as aealnat 9 3 tunnel ln.t v.ir Oat. t 1S.3 bushels, barley at 17.8 bushels, rye 10.9 bushels. Basing the final yield of wheat on an acreage of 681.. 323. of which 79.8 per cent wa left standing Mav 1. an average of 543.695 would show a total yield of 6,796.196 Misbels for the state. The average rice this season has been about 9oc r bushel. The total wheat crop BprAfnr frr tho v, i. vi.,h t. 116.577. An interesting part of this crop report is the estimate of 100 farmers of the cost of producing an acre of wheat in Kentucky. Out of !00 estimates from various p...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

Tell u the newt. W appreciate It and it our pleasure to nerve you. Phone 638, 659 or. 791, or write us. Sign your name to all newt Items. Telephone your local news to 791. Clean up avoid fever clean up. Disinfect no use having disinfect. fever If your paper is not coming to you please notify the Madisonian. oo Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Shackel ford, Misses Callie Miller and Elizabeth Shackelford and Miss es Annie Mae Walker, and Anita Moore and Mr. McCreary Sim mons have formed a camping par ty on the Kentucky River hear Marble Creek and left yesterday for that point oo Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams and children who have made their home In Richmond for the past two years, left, this morning for Pine Knot, McCreary County to reside. Mr. Williams having been elected Principal of the school at that place, The good wishes of their many friends follow them. The Benefit Concert for the P. A. C. Infirmary was one of the most notable musical entertain ments heard here during the sea son. Mrs. Panthe...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

THE MADISONIAN TELL A MAN'S NATIONALITY By the Way an Egg la Eatsn Ona May Dlacovtr Country From Which Conaumtr Comta From. Sherlock Holmea might have floured thin out. but he did not. The average Englishman will al waya demand bis egg boiled Just three minutes, then he places It In an egg cup Just large enough to comfortably have the egg fit In. taps the top of the hell and removes the broken shell with his fingers. The egg Is eaten a spoonful at a time. A Frenchman, much like the Eng lishman, likes his eggs of three min utes, exactly. He then "peels" them, places them In a glass, stirs and mixes well together with salt, pepper and butter. He makes a practice of dip ping bread Into the mixture and eating It along with the eggs. A Spaniard wouldn't think of letting his eggs boll more than one minute. He then breaks it and lets the contents run into the glass, and consumes It as though he were draughting down a glass of wine. An egg Is only fit In an Italian's es timation when it has...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

THE MADISONIAN I The Company We Keep hr REV. JAMFS M. CRAY. D. D. Dm ai Mearfr Bhk lamM TEXT lllewd In the man thai walk th not In th counsal o( th ungodly. Paalm l.U Who are the ungodly? There eems to be distinction be tween them and open sinners, be cause the same verse says, "that walketh not In the counsel of the ungodly, nor tandeth In the way of Inner.' This distinction la not one that has any bearing on the day of Judgment, for all men In the sight of God are divided Into but two great classes, not the good and the bad, subjectively considered, "for there Is none good, no, not one," but believers and unbelievers the saved and the lost. Any other distinctions are only of a secondary kind and limited to the things of earth. For example. when we speak of an adulterer or a drunkard, we associate with him the name of "sinner," but when we speak of an outwardly moral man who nev ertheless acknowledges no allegiance to the God of the Bible, we think of him as "ungodly." The latter I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

THE MADISONIAN PuMUhrtf Crm tmrudtn at RIcImmmhI.Ki. fcr Grant E. Lilly, Editor & Owner Entered an second-class matter January 22. 191:1. at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1X79. SUBSCRIPTION R4f IS One Year $1.00 cim numni n Th ree Month..;".:":::::::::::::: js following well known gentlemen: ; has bccn $ecu'red to judge the ex e Month IN At)VANCK 3 R L. I'enn John Baumstark, hibjK He is Roger V. Harp, of One Telephone 6T9 for all Editorial matters. ACUTE SITUATION The Mexican situation is at an acute stage. I'robably before we mrh vrut sitnin iaj. will Kt at war. The United States have tr,ed bcfore Madison County try exhibit of the Stanford fair in submitted to manv outrages of jury composed of the following sures that it will be one of the this country and mav submit to fntlemen: J B. Thompson, V. highest class exhibitions of the many others; but the temper of Newsom, Robt. Lng B. Jouett, : kind hej in that section of the the people is at last arou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

. Tm STORY Of INC FIRST MftSUaWTxa, V .X TW TSIW SDVIIIIFNT k"' lit JS,V,lfVWWlW WiMKJ (CONTINUED.) Improvs en Acquaintance. H hud sepn'llk demoralization and lacknss In ths old days at Winches. tef, on th wild frontier, but he ad expected to And a better spirit and discipline In the New Fnjrland leles. HI drat dlsftuet, however, soon wore oft. He was not flow to see how shrewd and sturdy these 'uncouth. In tractable plough boys and farmers could prove themselves upon occa sion. Material for a Good Army. "I have a sincere pleasure In ob serving," he wrote to congress, "that there are materials for a Rood army, a (treat number of able-bodied men, active, tealous In the cause, and of unquestionable courage." There was time enough and to spare In which to learn his army's quality. "Our lines of defence are now com pleted." be could tell I.und Washing ton on the 2oth of August, "as near so at least as can be we now wish them to come out as soon as they please; but they discover no Incli...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

i General News The Lexington Herald says if we could only mobilize Colonel Roosevelt, and get him across the border with a pistol in each hand and a bowie knife between those especially ordained teeth, it is believed the "rough necks" of the Iluerta regime would turn over the kitchen stove in their hurry to get somewhere else. Dispatches say that President Wilson has under consideration for the office of Commissioner of Immigration of New York the name of Frederick A. VVallis, New York manager of the Fideli ty Mutual Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, and one of the most prominent ex-Kentuckians now residing in Gotham. It is not known just how good the chances of Mr. VVallis are. Mrs. VVallis' Bluegrass home is in Paris, Ky. The great motorcycle catastro phe at Ludlow Lagoon last week is but a silent warning to the dare devils of this section, who are sure to some day meet with a similar fate. There is nothing so urgent to the attention of the officers of the law as motorcycle and ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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