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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

THE MADISONIAN "VV T SYNOPSIS. I Cowboy of the Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loaa of their much prised phonograph by the defeat of their champion tn m foot-raca with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A houae party I on nt ih Flying Heart. J. Wallingford Speed, cheer leader at Tale, and Culvor Covington, Inter-collegiate champion run ner, ara expected. Helen Flake, Speed'! sweetheart, becomes Interested In the loaa of the phonograph. Bhe suggeats to Jean rhapln. alater of the owner of the ranch, that aha Induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phnnngrnph. Helen declares that If Covington won't run, Bneed will. Tha cowhoya are hilarious over the nroa pect. Hpeed and hla valet, Larry dlnaa, trainer at Tale, arrive. Helen Blake sake Speed, who haa poaed to her aa an ath lete, t race agalnet the Centipede man. The rnwhoya Join In the appeal to Wnlly, and Tearing thitt Helen will And him out, h coneenta. He Inalat, however, that he hall be entered aa an unknown, figuring...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 August 1913

THE MADISONIAN next on aayi: "My piece It rery much too small, just pan It to Mis P ." This makea loads of fun and opening the parcels adds test to the occasion. It la well to have an appro priate sentiment written on the donor's card to be read aloud. Handkerchiefs and stockings may be rolled and con cealed In tissue paper with fringed ends and ao look like the snapping motto favora so popular at all aoclal functions; the ribbons tied around each one and all put within the pie. DROUGHT GRIPS THREE STATES Withered Crops Reported Every whereSixth Day of Heat Is Unbroken. GUARDING JAIL SMART HATS IN BLACK AND WHITE SURROUND KENTUCKY JAIL TO PREVENT MOB FROM ATTACK ING COAL MINER, JnWawitieitij Emigrant Party. Thla waa a most amusing entertain ment given at a seaside place at the little clubhouae built out over the water. The Invitations read: "All Aboard for the 'Manor Dock. Come In 'EmJ' grant' Costume; August Eighth at Eight O'clock. "Refreshments fifty cents." The caada were limite...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

-;- vs. . -51 . S. eLJa d 1 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. KICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1913. NUMBER 33. RSI S3 lion is FORMER CHIEF PAGE OF HOUSE SAYS HE RECEIVED $7,500 FOR SHAPING BILL. TESTIFIES IN LOBBY INQUIRY ;h.icago Congressman's Bx-Employe Swears Representative Proposed That He Go to Prison for Others "Shark" Bill Up. - . : Washington, Aug. 18. A story of bribery, petty and large, of confer ences with lobbyists and of campaign funds raised by manufacturers, involv ing Representative James T. McDer raott of Chicago, was told by I. H. McMichael, former chief . page of the house, before the house lobby investi gating committee Friday. . McMichael said that Chicago me m: bers of the National Association -of Manufacturers raised $1,250 as a cam paign fund for McDermott, told ' ol numerous transactions between Mar tin M. Mulhall and the stockyards con gressman. He swore that McDermott told him that he received $7,500 for his efforts to have the loan ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

.it it i THE M AD I S ON I A N , i; is Jf; i si 1 S I; ,,' 1: i! . t j hi i n ! i n (!:!: ' : i. 3 '. ;1 1 s 1 ' 1 : ' J if 5 NOVEL CAMPAIGN AGAINST. ; . PREVENTABLE . DIS EASES INAUGURATED IN CHRISTIAN COUNTY. . 3arbeques and Picnic Planned With Addresses by Medical Authorities Fighting Hookworn Especially. . Western Newspaper Union News Service. Hopkinsville, Ky. In the campaign In Christian county, against prevent able diseases, especially, hookworm, typhoid fever and tuberculosis, Drs. Richmond and Curry, of the State Soard of Health, report that they have poken to 2,500 or 3,000 in North Chris tian, and . arrangements have been made to hold barbecues or basket pic nics as follows: Kelly, August-19; Orofton, August 20; Era, August 21, tind Haley Mill, August 23. those at tending will be examined free for bookworm and other internal parasites and tuberculosis. Prominent citizens and speakers will be present on these dates to entertain and instruct those on the ground. Containers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone" 638, 659 or 91, or write us. Sign your name to all news items. Telephone your local news to 791. -oo- If your paper is not coming ,to you please notify the Madisonian. -oo- Prof. and Mrs. M. L. Caneer and little son left on Thursday for their new home at Lancaster. The good wishes of a host of friends follow them. - -oo- Mr. Shirley Cotton has rented the home of Mrs. Sallie Willis at Kirksville for the year and Mrs. Willis will spend tne winter in Florida, with her daughter, Mrs Tudor. -oo- Delightful Outing Eighteen Madisonians, beaux and belles, of Waco and .vicinity, went up to Estill Springs Friday and spent the day very ; delight- tuliy, l ne young people were chaperoned by Mrs. W. J. Wagers, of Waco. After picnicirg at the Springs, they drove up to Lock No. 12 about two miles east of Irvine and on .the return jtrip stopped in the city. It was a happy, joyous occasion and was in honor of Fletcher Ayres...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

TH E M AD I SON IAN What Is A Man? Br FV. J. H. RALSTON Secretary of CotmpoadaKa Depimwl Mootiy Bible Lutitai. Qimio ' TEXT What Is ruin, that - thou art mindful of him? awd the son o mani that thou viaitest him T Psalm 8:4. As man is seen in the mass, bow insignificant" he "isf. What is one among the- four hundred million Chinese?" What is one man of the billion and a-half of the human race? From those standpoints man has no more sig nificance than the insects that can - hardly be seen with the naked eye. The most or us drop out of life and not a ripple of interest is created on the surface of society. On the other hand as we look at man as he is seen in his real being, as he is represented to us in the scriptures, how great does he ap pear! Only a little lower than the angels, crowned with honor and glory, and given dominion over the creatures. An old poet has very well expressed our thought in this way: "An heir of glory! frail child of dust! Helpless, Immortal! Insect Infinite! ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

THEM AD I S ON I AN LOCKING ,UP LONDON TOWER Ancient Custom Still Observed in Big English Metropolis Makeup of Procession. Strange to say, very few people are aware of the ancient custom which is still kept up at the Tower of London, says London Tit-Bits. Just before midnight a beefeater and .the chief yeoman porter secure the keys from the governor's house to "lock up." Having received the keys, they pro ceed to the guardroom. "Escort for the keys," calls out the porter and a sergeant and six privates turn out. The procession . then marches off, and the sentries they pass issue the usual challenge of "Who goes there?" to which the answer is "Keys." Arriving at the entrance ' of the Tower grounds, the Lions' gate, the porter locks the gates, and the party returns to the guardroom, the sentry challenging as before and receiving the same answer. However, on ar rival at the guardroom again the sentry stationed there stamps his foot, at the same time giving the usual challenge. "Keys," ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

THE MADISONIAN Published Every Tuesday t mcbfiwfKf,Ky.tty 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.. i Six Months Three Months.... ' One Month IN ADVANCE. .$1.00 . .60 . 35 . .15 Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. . PERJURY One thing which practically de stroys the efficiency of the courts and which taints its judgments is the crime of perjury. This is practiced to an alarming extent throughout the Commonwealth. The judgment goes, not to the righteous side, but to the side that can muster the preponder ance of evidence, although that evidence may be purchased. The prompt manner in which the Es till Circuit Court has dealt with this class, of witnesses, will have a wholesome effect throughout the Commonwealth. It should be tried out in Madi son county. Perjury runs rife here as well as elsewhere. In the coming investigation by the grand...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

VQyioc story tgrxsn: nsest Trssntcy (CONTINUED.) - - British Hold SUtcn Island. It was impossible to prevent their landing and they were allowed to take possession of Staten Island unopposed. Men-of-war passed untouched through the Narrows, and made their way at will up the broad Hudson, unhurt by the batteries upon either shore.. General Howe remembered Dorches ter and Charlestown Heights, and di rected his first movement against Washington's Intrenched pdsltion" on the hilla of Brooklyn, where quite half the American army lay. For a little space he waited till his brother. Ad miral Lord Howe, ,should come to act with him in negotiation and com mand. Lord Howe Offers Pardon. Lord Howe was authorized to offer pardon for submission, and very hon orably used a month , and more of good fighting time in learning that the colonists had no desird1 to be pardon ed. "No dcubt ve all need pardon from heaven for our manifold sins and transgressions," was Governor Trum bull's Connecticut versi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

A Close Run A. D. Miller, of Richmond, is a nother newspaper man who- "fell outside of the breastworks" in the recent primary!. He was de feated for Representative by J. F. White, but made a most creditable race. The margin between the two was so close that the result was in doubt for sometime but the final count settled the doubt in Mr. White's favor. It is said that Mr. White is a good politi cian, or he would not have been able to put it over his capable and formidable opponent Winches ter1 Democrat. ' -oo- Judge McNew Resigns Judge N. H. McNew, of Carlisle, who for the past twelve years has filled the office of Judge of Nich olas county, has handed his resig nation to Governor McCreary, and it is believed that his successor will be appointed within the next few days. Mr. William Conley, a promi nent young attorney of Carlisle, is tipped as the successor. He has the endorsement of the Nich olas County Democratic Execu tive Committee, prominent citi zens and politicians. Ex. . . o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

i! THE IAD! SON I AN I , ll BY THEP1AYBT OPPTRICHT 1930 .By HAPPgR BROTHERS - - - ' to be SYNOPSIS. COW bo V nf thm TTTvlnw tTonvt ...u F :r,r",K;n over tne loss of their much I ????io?. ,n.a 'oot-race with the cook of .v pL,rancn- A house party is SLii ,h Heart. J. Wallingford P?'.cht? ader at Tale, and CuJver v51- A1 Pctd. lfelen Blake. Speed's V ' oecomes interested In the loss &iIutLpl!?nGgTalh' She suggests to Jean w v' itr of the owner of the ranch, tnat she Induce Covington, her lover, to w ck, the phonograph. Helen declares rhl 1 Vnston won't run. Speed will. Jine cowboys are hilarious over the pros- ! 4fnir t Yale- arrive. Helen Blake asks i wno nas Posed to her as an ath- cowboys join in the appeal to Wally. n Tearing that Helen will find him out. fsents- He Insists, however, that he r 8 nrea as an unknown, figuring: t?1 Covington will arrive in time to take rLJ!'f,- sPei begins training under a,f lrectin. The ladles fix up train- o -iwicn ior speed. CHAPTER VII. ontln...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 August 1913

if T H E M AD I S O N I A N : 4 1 1 , . J I 5 r I' The Hoted Prisoner Dashes Through Wall Gate As it Opens For Milkman LEAPS IIITO TAXICAB CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY BY "IN- SIDERS" MADE BY SUPERIN TENDENT OF MATTEAWAN ' INSANE ASYLUM. 'Legal Experts Contend That Stanford Whie's Slayer Practically Is Immune - From the Danger of Extradition No Nervousness' Is Shown -as the Crucial Moment Arrives. CHRONOLO GY OF THAW CASE June 26. 1906 Harry K. Thaw shot and killed Stanford White. January 24, 1907 Thaw's -trial for life started. February SJSvelyn Thaw testi fied to relations with slain man. March 2 Insanity plea made Thaw's defense. - April 5 Lunacy Commission re ported Thaw sane. April 10 D. M. Delmas made fa mous "unwritten law" plea. April 13 Jury disagreed. January 7, 1908 Second trial started. . January 21 Evelyn Thaw re peated life's story. " February " 2 Thaw acquitted of murder on ground he was insane. February 3 Committed to Mat teawan. April 20 First habeas corpus proceedings star...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

. ' 1 ! U III. 1 1 7 H 'I ? NJ A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME T; RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1913. NUMBER 34. ! .if" n0 - V J -1 "''.-Iff f if G. A. R. VETERAHS ENCAMPMENT S7TH NATIONAL GATHERING TO BE HELD AT CHATTANOOGA in September. ftttNY VETERAHS WILL ATTEND Encampment Association Will Prove Ample Accommodations and En tertainment For the 200000 Visitors Expected. VWstern Newspaper Union News Service. Chattanooga, Tenn. Preparations for the entertainment of. the 47th na tional encampment of G. A. R. in Sep tember are going ahead at satisfac tory speed. Nearly all of the commit tees have pushed their work to a point vhere it may be said that all plans will be carried through without so much as a serious hitch. The finance committee, which has been at work se curing funds necessary to finance the lug undertaking, reports that the mon ey i.3 in hand or in sight; '.that there will be no trouble over payment of the b ":1s of the encampment association. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

1 ' ; "i . 41 "V ' :? THE ; M AD ISO N I AN J l-ITCAMffS; SPITALITY ENJOYED BY TWENTY THOUSAND . " FARMERS AND POLI- - : ' . - .- T1CIANS. HOTliD KENTUOKIAHS PRESENT Biggest Thing in the Way of .' Party That Was Ever Been Held in. Ken tucky State Officials Present. .Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, ' Ky. Johnson N. Cam den's "farmers' barbecue" at Spring Hill farm, near Versailles, was a big success. It was quite the biggest thing In the way of a party ever given by any one man in the Blue Grass region. In not in all of Kentucky. The,' day was ideal for an out-of-door entertain ment, and there were present fully 20, 000 .persons, according to the computa- tien made by Will Dudley, Carlisle to bacco expert, who has had wide ex perience in arranging barbecues .and who served as the general supervisor; by Sam Nuckols, the Woodford county real -estate man, who had charge of the serving tents ; by Gus Jaubert, veteran Lexington burgoo maker, and by N. D. Lawrence, of" Lex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

OEB 8TORYOI THE TlTTS--L 33Y TEE PRESIDENT CF M. mrrnw fsmmmju itjmm (CONTINUED.) , As the morning's light broadened into day (January 3, 1777) he met the British detachment at Princeton in the way, and drove it back in a decisive rout, a keen ardor coming into his blood as he saw the sharp work done. "An old-fashioned Virginia fox-hunt, gentlemen," he exclaimed, shouting the view-halloo. Had his troops been fresh and properly shod to outstrip Cornwallis at their heels, he would have pressed on to New ' Brunswick and taken the stores there; but he had done all that could be done with dispatch, and withdrew straight to the heights of Morristown. The Patriots Winners. Cornwallis could only . Hasten back to New York. By the end of the month the Americans fwere everywhere afoot; the British held no -posts in New Jer sey"" but Paulus Hook, Amboy, and New Brunswick; and Washington had issued a proclamation commanding all who had accepted General Howe's of fer of pardon either to withdraw ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

.if f , (Adjudged Insane Miss Etha Williams who has been a teacher of Madison county for the last several years and who has t been for the last several months manifesting delusional in sanity, was tried before Judge W. R. Schackelford last Friday, be fore a jury who adjudged her to be insane. County. Attorney Jackson looked after the interest of the state and A. R. Bumam, Jr., represented Miss Williams. She has an estate valued at $4000. Mr. J. D. Christopher was the foreman of the jury. Miss Williams is 'a daughter of McGrath Williams who resides about five miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mill Pike. She is an accomplished young lady and much sympathy is felt for her as well as her family for the great misfortune, that has overtaken them. Hope is held out that she will be very speedily restored to her health and full mental strength. Moire Damage By Lightning Near Burgin, Mr. Allen S. Ede len had his stock barn struck by lightning which set fire to it and it was a total loss. Ther...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 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- If your paper is not coming to you please notify the Madisonian. -oo- Talton Newby, living on Water Street, lost a horse valued at $150 killed by a bolt of lightning. oo- Men may say "give us news, give us news," but when there is no news, we can't make it for you. Start something; even a dog fight will break the monotony. oo Mrs. G. W. Evans had the mis fortune to fall and break her arm on Saturday while hanging a pic ture. Her many friends regret the accident and hope for her speedy recovery. , oo Rivers Palmers of color who stole a watch from Mrs. Jennie Smith of color on. Irvine Street Saturday, was tried before W. R. Shackelford, got sixty days and costs. Palmer is from Tennessee. New News Gatherer We have arranged with Mr. J. L. Sowers, a veteran newspaper man, of Nicholasville, to come and look after...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

T H-E M A D I S O N I A N AMUSING GAME FOR PARLOR Cross Questions Are Made and Crook ed' Answers Given- One Must Not Laugh Nor Smile. ' The players arrange themselves In a circle, and the first player commences the game by asking: his neighbor a question, and receiving a reply. The second player must do likewise, until every player has both asked a Question and received an answer. The last player then asks a question of the first, who replies with the answer giv en him to the question, which he, in the first Instance, asked the second player. - Another, and in most people's opin ion much more amusing, way of play ing the game, is for the players to seat themselves opposite to each other in two rows, the ladies on one side and the gentlemen" on the other. Two of the players, a lady and a gentleman, remain standing. When the rest of the players are all comfortably set tled, the lady walks down the line be hind the gentleman, and asks each in torn a question. The gentleman at the same ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

THEM AD IS ON I AN Of 1L No Job for Him. Tlie Bpring had brought out the usual crop of listless wanderers.- "Want help, do you?" said the pros perous looking party who had been ap plied to for assistance b)'. one of these. "You're a husky looking beggar. I must say. Why don't you work?" ."My business ain't any good at dig season," said Dusty. "What is your business?" said the prosperous looking party. "I'm a professional tobogganlst," said Dusty. Harper's Weekly. Between Harriet and Moll. "Cholly kissed me, and I screamed." "Then what?" He kissed me a second time, and I he-Herd again." "Then what?" "Cholly said, 'you're attractin' at tention to yourself,' and then hekisB ed me again." "There s few knows what a girl's got to go up against with some of these persistent fellers." A Clear Case.- Clarence As I undahgtand it, me boy, old Gotrox first told you that you could have his daughter, and then went back on his word? . Willy That's Just "bout th' size of it, bah jove! Clarence Then...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 26 August 1913

THE MADISONI&N 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 $1.00 Six Months .60 Three Months .35 One Month ; " .15 IN ADVANCE. Democratic Ticket For Representative John F. White. For Gunty Judge W. R. Shackelford. For County Attorney R. H. Crooke. For County Clerk R. B. Terrill. For Sheriff Van B. Benton. For Jailer Morgan Taylor. For Assessor P. S. Whitlock. For Superintendent of Schools Harvey H. Brock.. For Coroner Sidney Winkler. For Surveyor Joe S. Boggs. -Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. OF THE SAME OPINION STILL ' At the time of the inauguration of the new President, we said in substance that the tariff bill would have hard sledding in the house of its friends. We are still of that opinion. We see it an nounced from time to time that the bill will certainly be passed in the nex...

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