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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 September 1913

Ilplil XViVTES STORY we.. TKE TOST VSSSSTSr V- L- BY TlIE PRESIDENT C STORY THE TOST ' iX THE PRESIDENT--. (CONTINUED.) Great Frederick' Opinion. "Clinton gained no advantage ex cept to reach New York with the wreck of his army,? ; commended the observant Frederick over sea; "Amer ica is probably lost for. England." But a great opportunity had been treacherously thrown away, and the war dragged . henceforth with - -every painful trial of hope deferred. French Fleet Off Sandy Hook. A scant three weks lifter Clinton had reached New "York,- the Count d'Estaing was off Sandy Hook, with a French fleet of twelve- ships. of the line and six frigates,: bringing four thousand troops. The British fleet within the harbor waa barely half as strong; but ' the pllota told the can tious Frenchman that his larger ships could not cross the bar. a:ad he- turned away from New York to strike t Newport, the' only other , point now held by the British in all the country. . That place had hardly been In v...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 September 1913

Commissioners Give Mossu Certificate '-The Election Commissioners of Jessamine County met last Sat- urday week to pass upon all ques tioned or rejected ballots, and 1 finding that the election officers hi the various precinctsj with but few exceptions, failed to comply with the law in properly sealing and labeling the envelopes in .. which said ballots were placed, decided they had no right to pass on them nor count them for any xandidate, therefore they give the certificate to R. Z. Moss, one of the Democratic candidates for sheriff in the late primary. It is -not known whether his opponent, Mr. Jacobs, will contest the elec tion or not. -oo- Sudden Death' Mrs. Maggie Boulden, age about sixty years, died suddenly Tues day at her home in Nicholasville. The deceased is survived by one daughter, Miss Carrie Boulden. -oo- ,We are looking for ' new business and want you to try us when in need of good goods. Covington. Thorpe & Co. 11-tf The -After Boers :' - B1 I r ; - - llllll I - ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 September 1913

T H E M A D ISO N l'A N i "" 1 ' :::S1 BY" -THE PLAY BT ' eopygTrtwr iftip .Br at?pet? brothers . SYNOPSIS. Cowtwy of the Flying- Heart ranch arc . Awt broken over the loss of -their mvoh jrlred phonograph by the defeat of th4r haniylon In a foot-race with the took of the Centipede ranch. .A houae pitrty la vn at .the Flying Heart. J. . Wa 1 11 n f ard fveed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, lnter-collegiato champion run Tier, are expeoted. Helen Blake, I5peed' wetheart. becomea interested in the loss pf the phonograph. She suggests to Jean Chapin. sister or the owner of the ranch, that she induce Covington, her lover, to 7n ock the phonograph. Helen declares that if Covington won't run, Speed will. The Cowboys are hilarious over the pros pect. Bpeed and his valet. Larry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as itn ath lete, to race against the Centipede man. The cowboys Join in the appeal to Wally. and fearing that Helen-will find h...

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

T H E ' M AD I S O N I AN 1 Ir li li it t ;.k TWO ' ' 1 " ' " I. f x'ws r sct'A 1 - -v i Sip V J V. y" t . ! Vv 'VI . . A 4 Tz3E"Z3rr"zz : , z:srasz3icix! Tom Mann (left) and "Big Bill" Haywood (right), two of the most powerful labor leaders in tho world, met when Mann came over from England to study the conditions in American factories and mines. The.English ' man was once called by the queen "our respected and well-beloved Tom Mann." . x E TELLS - STORY Fennsylvania Towns and Streams Indicate Origin Welsh Colony Left Its Impress Upon Territory Near Philadelphia Along the Delaware River Upper and Lower Dublin. .Philadelphia. Few states have such peculiar names as Pennsylvania, and the vicinity of this city contributes a complement of them, besides telling as correctly as history itself of the na tionality of early settlers and the places whence they came. These, in many instances, show the , philology of the language to which -they belong; others have been trans planted from beyond...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

: jr. . ?i - ...-; 7 .'V f ii ii . A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME!. RICHMOND,". KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1913. NUMBER 37. T j3 71 tJ, r ' . In ii ii i ill V 1 BAYH0RJ1ES AT SEft SON OF NEW YORK'S MAYOR ( SENDS NEWS OF DEATH ON I LINER BY WIRELESS. HEART TROUBLE IS BLAMED Gotham's Executive Succumbs on Deck of Steamer Baltic Great Honors Shown Remains at Liver poolBody on Way Home. Liverpool Sept. 15. The body of William Gaynor lay in state Friday night at the foot of the grand stairway of the Town hall of Liverpool. It was an unprecedented honor that Liverpool paid the dead executive of !he American metropolis, for never be fore had anyone lain in state in the historic edifice. Covered with the Stars and Stripes and with the British Union Jack draped over its foot, the casket rested on a catafalque brought here from Westminster Abbey, Lon don, and on which has reposed the bodies of many of England's most fa mous men. It was last used ' at the funeral of Field ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

THEM A DIS ON I AN CO-OPERATION ,ON PART OF CHURCH IN UPBUILD ING OF EDUCATIONAL FORCES IS PLEDGED. Courses in Agriculture For Benefit of Rural Pastors Recommended For Theological Schools. ' - Western Newspaper Union News Sttrvice. Louisville, Ky. Co-operation on the part of the church In the upbuilding of the educational forces of the state was pledged at a meeting of the edu cational committee of the Commercial club, held at Commercial club head quarters. Several ministers were present. Judge Henry S. Barker, president of State university, declared that theological schools should have -courses in agriculture for the benefit of rural pastors. He said he hoped the day would come when there would le but , one great State university, with denominational schools a part f it. Judges Barker declared there "was no use mincing words about Ken tucky's standing at present. "The poorest farming on God's green earth," .-lie 'said, "is done in .Kentucky." He urged that the movement started by t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

m ot l he for! hist Sta Cn oa' t c t .i 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. 12,000 Programs Off the! Madisonian Job Presses. The Telephone your local news to 791 J. L. Sowers, Local Editor Never too busy to listen item. Call us. to a news Corn cutting is in many sections. progress in -oo- Try our job printing department for particular printing. -oo- If your paper is not coming . to you please notify the Madisonian. Madisonian ' job printing department, which is second to none, has printed 12,000 programs for Richmond's two popular play houses, the Opera House and the Alhambra. The programs carry the advertisements of a number of Richmond's most up-to-date business firms and the neat ty pographical effect of the programs is being praised by the advertisers and the public Advertising has a two-fold pur pose, first to attract attention, , . . . ... second to. convince tne prospec ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

ot 1 UV lie( lore hist Sta Cn oa ' V t I a f 1TO ; m m i ell us the news. We, appreciate it and "its our pleasure to serve vou. Phone j638, 659 or 791, or write name to all news items. us. Sign your Telephone your' local news to 791 J. L. Sowers, Local Editor Never too busy to listen item. Call us. to a news Corn cutting is in many sections. progress in Try our job printing department for particular printing. -oo- If your paper is not coming, to y6u please notify the Madisonian. oo Contractors are erecting a dwell ing for Mrs.' Ellis on North 2nd Street -oo- Ed. Cornelison, Hotel barber, has automobile. the Glyndon purchased an -oo- The eight room dwelling of Ben Hurst on Broadway is near ing completion. -oo- The Baptist protracted meeting at Forest Hill closed last week with 17 additions. - ' -oo- Mr. VVides let the contract for building a husiness house on East Main street to V. W, Hardin. - -oo- The cool weather is delightful to the little ones attending school. They feel more li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

a. THE MA D IS O N I A N PEOPL MAKE GOOD CROQUET GROUND Really Ideal Foundation Can Be Made " by Use of Concrete- Necessi tates Much Hard Work. (By EBEN E. REXFORD.) Most croquet grounds are anything . , but satisfactory to the . person who takes delight in the game that admits . of 'skillful- play. Where the- - ground Is rough, as to surface, indefinite as to boundary, and with arches that tip 4 ' In all directions there Is little chance ; for fine playing. But on a ground with perfectly level surface, boundary so clearly defined - that there can be no chance for dis pute in "bringing in the ball" and arches that set so firmly, that they cannot be displaced by the impact of a ball and can be depended -on as to the amount of resistance they will give to a ball driven ' against them, the game takes on a new fascination and becomes one of skilL A really ideal croquet ground can be made by the use of cement. It will necessitate considerable hard work, but the boys who like to play croq...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

What Is Con version? By REV. H. W.POPE Superintendent of Mita Moody Bible Imtitate. Oucac TEXT"Except ye be converted and become as little children,' y shall not enter Into the kingdom of heaven." Let us' consider first some things which are not conversion; but which are often .- mistaken for, it To improve one's life , is not conversion. It Is a common opinion . that ' if one will drop all bad; hab its and cultivate good ones, read the Bible and go to church, he can X J -A. K i make himself a Christian in 'a short time. Thi3 Christian life Is provement of the is a mistake. . The not' simply an. im old life, but a dif- ferent kind of a life altogether, name ly, a life ol obedience, to Christ Sup pose you had. our apple tree which you wished to convert Into a sweet apple tree. What -would you do? Would you dig about it and prune it and scrape the, bark? No, indeed. A hundred years of such improvement would not make the tree bear sweet apples, tout the introduction of a graft from a w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

THE MADISONIAN Published Escli Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky under the Act of March 3, 1879. 9rant S. Jliitg, J. jO. Sower,, ji' Jtnna 3. JZiUy - - SdUor jOoeal Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year...:...... ........$1.00 ,Six Months.. .60 Three Months...... .35 One Month... . -J .15 IN ADVANCE. . Democratic Ticke t For For For For For For For For For For Representative John F. White. County Judge-W. R. Shackelford. County Attorney R. H. Crooke. County Clerk R. B. Terrill. Sheriff Van B. Benton. Jailer Morgan Taylor. Assessor P. S. Whitlock. Superintendent of Schools Harvey H. Brock. Coroner Sidney Winkler. Surveyor Joe S. Boggs. CITY TICKET For Mayor Samuel Rice. For Chief of Police David F. Powers. For Police Judge J. D. Dykes. For City Attorney D. M. ChenaulL FOR COUNCILMEN Boundary No. 1 , S.A. Deatherage. T. S. Todd. . Boundary No. 2 T. T. Corington. Robert Gold...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

if: Futile Attempt by Negro to Assault Nicholasville Woman At Nicholasville last Thursday afternoon, John Lewis, a middle aged negro, madean unsuccess ful attempt to . assault a Miss Dorman. ' Her cries brought Help and foiled the negro -in his pur pose. He was arrested and hur ried by automobile to Lexington for safekeeping. When the news of .the attempted assault was noised aboitf town a mob bent on vengeance quickly formed, ,and, but for the foresight of the offi cers, the negro would have : been hanged. : It is feared that when the negro is brought back for trial he will meet, what many . believe to be, a deserving fate. . - ;.. V The Dormah woman lives with her sister and brother, the latter being superintendent of the Cur ley Distilleries at Camp Nelson. The negro had been a trusted servant inv the 'family for several years. ' '" ' - ' ; . J'',. -oo- The- Mad ;on Garage sold a Ford to O. L. Arnold of Kirks- Sales: ll . - rLi7"yalI!i!li!lll v; - llllllB : 5 ' - I ' ANY concerns...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

VJ jrTmz sTorcr or. the ttst TZEZzz3fry1fjC BY THE PRESIDENT (continued.) ' ; - little with which to buy even a single bushel of wheat Washington was obliged to levy sun plies from the, country round him vo feed his army; and in spite of their stanch loyaltv to him, his men grew mutinous, in sneer disgust with the weak and faithless government they were expected to serve. Wholesale desertion began, as many as one hun dred men a month going over to the enemy, to get at least pay and food and clothing. ' . The Country Worn Out. : The country seemed not so much dismayed as worn out'and indifferent; weary of waiting and hoping; looking stolidly to see the end come. . Washington was helpless. Without i t M M iuh wMjperauoB 01 a. naval iorce, u was impossible to do more than hold the British in New York. France, it was true, was bestirring herself again. On the tenth of July a French fleet put in at Newport and landed a force of six thousand men, under Count Ro chambeau, a most sensible a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

: ; I1 ,'i T H E - M AD IS O N I AN ' ' cnpyRiritfr 39io .gy Htvrpet? y broths gg - 12 . : ...... - . J SYNOPSIS. Cowcrra of vth Flylne Heart ranch ture heartbroken DVr the loss of their much prized phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a loot-race with the' coolc f the Centipede ranch. A. house party Is nn at the Flying Heart. J. .Wallingfora Speed.' cheer leader at Tale, and Culver Covington, intei-colleplate champion run-' ner, are expected. Helen Blake. Speed's sweemeari, Decomes interested in tne loss of the iphonograpn. She suggests to Jean Chapin. sister of the owner of the ranch. ihat siie induce Covington, her lover, to' win hack the phonography. Helen declares that 1C Covington won't run. Speed will. The'Cowboys are hilarious over tbe .pros pect. Speed and his valet. Laj-ry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as an ath lete.-'to race aer&inst the Centipede man.: The cowboys Join in the appeal t Wrilly.! and rearing that ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 September 1913

TH E M AD I SON IAN NATIONAL CONSERVATION EXPOSITION Kill RISONERS ONE HUNDRED AMERICAN REFU GEES CAPTURED QY REBELS -WHEN FLEEING. South African Animal That Digs Holland Disappears. t S 1 . u . Aard-Vark Has Only Rudimentary Teeth With Legs Like Those of the Kangaroo Specimens Very Hard to Secure. Wilson to End Vacation and Hurry to Washington Senator Elihu Root's " Nephew Reported Slain, r I I EATER HADE i t 4 ' Young Growing Swine on Rye Pasture in Winter. COVER CROPS PROTECT THE LAND DURING THE LONG WINTER MONTHS Crime Against Kentucky Soils To Leave Them'Exposed Rye 7 Much in Favors-Soil Has Hard Struggle To Produce Even Reasonably Good Crops T. R. Bryant, Superintendent Exten sion Division, Kentucky Experiment Station.) Even the most casual observer who has any regard for the agricultural welfare of Kentucky, has noticed the crime against Kentucky soils, of leav ing them exposed through the winter months. The majority of the land in .this stats is of a rolling, hilly or ven mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

MAH5HSONIIAN A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOMSf CIRCLE VOLUME I. HICIIMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913. NUMIJEK 38. PI TUT ITU LOSES FIRS! Mf SULZER PLEA TO OUST FRAWLEY BOARD MEMEE.RS ON ELIGIBIL ITY POINT DENIED. WILL BAR TECHNICALITIES Impeachment Body to Halt Evasion of Chief Issue Accused Executive Finally Yields Office to Acting Governor. Albany, N. Y.. Sept 22. Followlpf the conclusion of the second session of the high court of impeachment con vened to determine the fitness of Wil liam Sulzer to continue as governor of New York two Important points seem to be established. The first Is that It Is the purpose of the 48 senators and nine appeals Judges sitting In Judgment on the In dictment returned against Mr. Sulzer by the state assembly, to prevent eva sion of the main Issue Involved In the proceeding and that all legal techni calities, even when based upon the fundamental lights of the accused gov ernor to seek vindication, shall be wept aalde in order to arrive at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

THE MADISONIAN PuMItirl tmrh 1 ursriat at Richmond. fc. hy Grant E. Lilly, .... Owner Kntered an wcond claw matter January 22. 191.1. at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3. 1879. fframt S. An, J- J2. Sower , Sditor J2orol Sditor Social Sditor 1 SUBSCRIPIIO R4IES One Year $1.00 , S,. M,.nlh. W ThVee Monthi;::::::::.: : ja . One Month.. 15 IN ADVANCK. Democratic Ticket For Representative John F. White. For County Judtfe W. K. Shackelford For County Attorney K. II. Crooke. For County Clerk H. B. Terrill. Fr Sheriff -Van B. Henton. F r Jailer-Morgan Ta lor. F.ir AMur-P. S U hitl,. It For Superintendent of Schools- Harvey H. Hrock. ! For Coroner Sidney Winkler. For Surveyor -Joe S. Bog.. CITY TICKET For Mayor - Samuel Kite. For Chief of Police David F. Power. For Police Judge J. ! Dyke. For City Attorney D. M. Chenault. FOR COUNCII.MtCN Boundary No. 1 - S. A. Deatherage. T. S. Todd. Boundary No. 2 - T. T. Corington. Robert Golden. Boundary No. 3 - W. t. Vaughn. Em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

THE MADISONIAN Sashes Give Distinction to the Gown IP there are girdle or sashlesa dresses designed for the new sea eon, they seem to be keeping oat of sight Everything has a sash which does not define the waist line, but wanders above and below and around or diagonally across and terminates wherever it sees fit, sometimes at the bust, sometimes under the shoulders, again half way to the knees, and rea sonably often somewhere near the waist line. Nearly all the girdles are of the new - and beautiful ribbons. Some of them are of silk wrapped about the figure and extending from below the bust to the swell of the hips. To sum up the matter, you may wear a sash or a girdle of any sort of ribbon you choose and poBed to suit yourself. Four fashionable designs are shown here. The first is called the "Dres den," and is made of moire ribbon In all colors, with border and stripes In Dresden patterns woven In. It con sists of a girdle, a short, standing loop and a long falling loop with one en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

'."7 THE MAD1S0NIAN aar" OatHerecl Smiles HER SPOTTED DEAR. Two young ladies were examining the animali at the zoo last Sunday. "Oh, what a beautiful spotted deer!" The other woman bowed her head and wept. "Why, what ia the matter with you?" "You don't know how it hurts my feelings to have you talk about spot ted deer. 1 once hail a spotted drar " You had?" "Yes; my dear was a tram-car con ductor, and we were going to get mar ried, but the company spotted him, and my dear had to resign his posi tion, and ever since I have had to try whenever I hear anybody talking about a spotted deer." A Dark Hint. Somebody was talking to a newly married couple who were spending their honeymoou at Scarborough. Ton must not leave Scarborough till you've seen the- cemetery," he said; "it's well worth visit!" They said they would go, but they forgot about It until too late. Then the young wife reproached her hus bond. "George," she said, "you haven't taken me to the cemetery yet." "Well, dear," was th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

, yrSttSK STORY Of THC TBNT WILSIJB!MTX3!3L-0 A by THf. pnesmrNT- sJF , (CONTINUED.) Shadowy Power of Congreta. Meanwhile there was an army to be maintained, dmplte desperate Incom petence on the part of tbe congreM and a bopelena indliTerence among the people; and a ecrvrnment to be kept prenentably afoot, dfpJle Ush of mon ey and lack of men. The article of confederation pro posed at the heart of the war-time (November 16, 1777) had at last been adopted (March 1, 1781), In season to create at least a govern ment which could sign . treaties and conclude war, but neither soon enough nor wisely enough to bring or der out of chaos. The states, glad to think the war over, would do nothing for the army, nothing for the public credit, nothing even for the mainten ance or oraer; ana me arucies ui confederation only gave the congress written warranty for offering advicn; they did not make it shadowy power real Washington Keep HI Command. It was beyond measure fortunate that at such a criti...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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