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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

Old Southern Lumber & Boom Co.'s Plant Being Moved The Southern Lumber & Boom Co.'s sawmill plant at Valley View which was bought by two New York men, after having the machinery dissembled, failed to comply with the requirements of the contract by reason, it is said, that one of the men who was go ing to finance the new concern having died. The sawmill property belonged to the M. B. Farren estate, of Cincinnati, and the admintrator resold it to a company at Bell Point, a sawmill point on the up per waters of the Kentucky river, to which place the machinery will be moved. It Is now being load ed on a barge at Valley View. Livery Interest Sold William Snyder sold his inter est in the livery firm of Snyder & Roberts to Burton Roberts. Mr. Roberts will conduct the business, which by the way, is one of the best in town. Mr. Snyder will engage in other business. L R. BLANTON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Cement And All Kinds of Plaster Material HAULINQ'OF ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

THE MADISONIAN ornerjofy f dfuniorj TRICK WITH WALKING STICK Hew to Make Can or Umbrella 8tand Up Without Any Apparent Sup portPractice Needed. The font of compelling a walking tick or umbrella to atand upright In the middle of a parlor without being supported by anything or anybody al ways seems wonderful," aaya Mme. Herrmann. "It la bent, when about to pot-form thla feat, to have a black screen for a background, and to order the stick or umbrella to atand alona about a foot In front of thla screen. To show the audience thnt there la no person or apparatus behind thti ecreon to aecretly help the atlck to stand when commanded the performer can take the screen away for a few minutes until all are satisfied tbat there la no hidden apparatus there. Pan the cane around among the au dience to 'let them see there Is no pin in the cane's ferrule, and that It la an ordinary cane, absolutely with out life.' When the screen la again In place the stick can be hypnotised by a few mysterious mum...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

THE M AD1S0NIAN MiKt&ttsm bt the vlm nr SYNOPSIS. ! Cns-hoys of the Jiving Henrt ranch r teearthroken over the loss of their nun h prtaod phonograph by the 'fit of their ehurmilon In n fl-race with the oook of -he t entlpe.te ranch. K house parte t -on t the Klylng Heart. .1. Wslllngforil Sperd. cheer trader at Tale, and Oliver ovliigton. Intercollegiate rhampinn rnn or, are expected. Helen Hluke, Speed's wm-thenrt. he.-omes Interested In the lose ft the phonngrnnh. She sutfgi'sts t" .lenn Chripln. lister ni the owner of the rnnoh. that she Induce Covington, h" lover, to win buck the phonograph. Iluten itnclarea that If Covington won t run. Speed will. The Cowboys are hilarious over the pros pect. Upced and his va!-t. Iirry tJUsa. trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Hluke aks fpeeil. who ha posed to her as an ath lete, to rare against the Crntlpcile in. in. The enwtmya Join In the appeal to TV ally. Rnd fearing that Helen will tlnd him out. consents He lncl.ua. however, thnt he hall ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

LOCAL g Tell ut the newt. We appreciate It and It our pleasure to serve you. Phone 63H, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all newt item. Telephone your local news to 791. J. L Sowers, Local Editor Never too busy to listen to a newt item. Call un. Try our job printing department for particular printing. oo If your paper is not coming to you please notify the Madisonian. oo Change of advertisements should reach this office not later than noon Saturday to insure in sertion in the current issue, tf By an error of our Cincinnati Publshing house, patent medicine advertising appears in thfs issue. This is contrary to our positive orders. oo For Sale or Rent House and lot at Waco, known as the Dr. Taylor place. For further infor mation apply to M. H. or C. T. Wells, Richmond, Ky. 38-tf oo Big Suit Filed William F. Schooler, who for merly resided in this city and who was injured last May in a railroad wreck, has filed suit at Akron, Ohio, against the Northern Ohio Traction & Lig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 September 1913

THE MADISONIAN DUMPING GROUND F0I1 CHILDREN HOUSE Or REFORM AT GREEN DALE 80 STYLED BY PRISON COMMISSIONERS, HUNDRED INFANTS PARDONED Strong Condemnation of Crowded Con dition of Reform School County Judge Severely Criticiaed. , Western Newspaper t'nlnn News Service. Frankfort That the Homo of Re form of Urcendal la bring used oa a dumping r round for infanta of this atate in disclosed In an interview by Dan K. O'Stiltivan, of Louisville, chair man of the prixon commission. The board paroled ion infanta at the House ot Kefurtn, and O'Sulllvan says the fol lowing is the reason: "The crowded condition of the reform school re quired immediate relief. In paroling 100 children the board carried out a pi, in it has had in mind for Home time to return to their homes the hundreds of little children who are being sent by various county judges to the House of Reform. U is a scandalous stale of affairs, and reflects discredit on the officials of many counties and on the parents who try to shif...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

:3 3 RiT- A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE , : 1 - .... ......... . -' ' VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1913. NUMBER 39. 7 y7:,y-jj i v RATING BOARD MAKES NEW RULE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES MUST FILE DUPLICATES OF ALL INDIVIDUAL RATES. - GRIEVANCES WILL BE HEARD Board Has Called Meeting at Chicago, Oct. 6,',To Hear Protestss Against Rates on Tobacco. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort. Fire Insurance com panies in Kentucky must keep on file the "make up" of all individuairates in risks written in the state hereafter and file duplicates in the office of the state rating board. The board adopts basic rates, which are varied by the companies writing the risks, according to the character of the building con struction and the special hazards and exposures. So many complaints of increased premiums have conie in since the basic rates were reduced on dwelling property that the board has promulgated this new rule, so that it will have on file data conc...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

I T HiE M A D I S O.I A N.: ti .if i f 1 i .1 ; 1 5 ill ! ! Is hi Vi Ji lt 5 f. J I ' s I f r H -I 4 I. 1i 1 T JN GALA ATTIRE LOUISVILLE IS SCENE OF CLOS ING OF PERRY CENTENNIAL UXERCISES. ' Big Crowd Reviews Elaborate Pa geantsSpeaker Clark To Be ' - Heard Next unday. '"Western Newspaper Union News Service. Louisville, Ky. Thousands of visi tors are here and reservations at lead ing hotels indicate that Louisville will this week have one of the biggest crowds within her gates that she has ever had the good fortune to enter tain. Flags and strings of electric lights stretched across the principal streets of the shopping district, flags and bunting draping nearly every store and office building, lights and gay dec orations everywhere, tell of Louis ville's interest in the Perry Centennial celebration, and for what the leading business and professional men of the city have worked hard for several months to make the greatest carnival week the city has ever known. The opening exercises ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

mm m W8W 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 J. L. Sowers, Local Editor Never too busy to listen to a news item. Call us. Try our job printing department for particular printing. -oo- If your paper is not coming to you please notify the Madisonian. -oo- Change of advertisements should reach this office not later than noon Saturday to insure in sertion in the current issue. tf -oo- Fell Off Horse Broke Her Shoulder Blade Adalaid, the 10-year-old daugh ter of Mrs. Jesse Oldham, living on the Lexington pike about eight miles from town, fell off a horse one day last week and broke her shoulder blade. Medical aid was summoned, and at present the little girl is resting easy, much to the delight of her fond parents and friends. -oo- Back From The Mountains Madison county's Democratic nominee for jailer, Mr. Morgan Taylor, and Mr. S. R. Ballard, of the Val...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

T.H E M A D I S O N I A N . D WHICH ARE BETTER LAYERS7I CITY PEOPLE BUYING FARMS mMnn mm: m Poultry men Are Debating Whether One Man Spared No Expense in Stock- INTERRUPTED STORY. Supper was in progress and th6 rather was telling about a row which took place in front of his store that morning. "The first thing I saw was one man deal the other a r sounding blow, and then a crowd gathered. The man who was struck ran and grabbed a large shovel he had been using on the street and rushed back, his eyes flashing fire. I thought he'd surely knock the other man's brains out and I stepped right in. between them." The young son of the family had be come so hugely interested in the nar rative as it proceeded that he had stopped eatirg his pudding. So proud was he of his father's valor his eyes fairly shone, and he cried: "He couldn't knock any, brains out of you, could he, father?" Father looked at him long and earn estly, but" the lad's countenance was irnuR ana open. y Father gasped slighxly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

STRANGE RECOVERY OF BOY Letter of Sympathy From Walter Johnson, Noted Pitcher, Works Miracle' With Washington Lad., V Warren A. Slee, thirteen years old, lay sick for weeks, and, according to a Washington dispatch, physicians said they did not think he would re cover. Then, the lad went into delir ium and talked of Walter Johnson, the "speed king" among the pitchers of the American league. He had been the boy's idol, th a man of men before whom this lad had stood secretly In awe, and when the mind -was free the idol of his worship spoke to him. When the team came back to Wash ington from its western trip, a mem ber of the boy's family had intuitive sense enough to seek out the pitcher and tell him what the doctors said. Naturally Mr. Johnson wanted to go to the boy's bedside, but the physi cians said no, that the ; excitement would be fatal. So he wrote this letter, and it was read to the boy in an interval of de lirium: " "My Dear Warren I take pleasure in sending you herewith one ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

THE MADMAN Published Each Tuesday at Richmond. Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - - - - Oner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky.; under the Act of March 3, 1879. Sranl S. Hilly, . Sowers, Jtnna 2. Hilly, - Sditor jOoeal Sditor Soeial Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Months... 60 inree Months .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. Democratic Ticket For Representative John F. White. For County Judge VV. 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. . CITY TICKET For Mayor Samuel Rice. For Chief of Police David F. Powers. For Police Judge J. D. Dykes. For City Attorney D. M. Chenault. FOR COUNCILMEN Boundary No. 1 S. A. Deatherage. T. S. Todd. Boundary No. 2 T. T. Covington. Robert Golden. Boundary No. 3 W.T.Vaughn. Emil Lohri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

General ;;Newsy trial at Nichiolasville a last , "week The compulsory' school , educa tion law is being rigidly enforced in Lincoln county, Joseph Plummer, - of Bourbon, has sold his 1913 crop of tobacco about sixty acres at twenty cents straight H " , 1 . Dr. M. Hume Bedford, of Paris has been elected to the chair of Physical and Electro Chemistry, at State-University. : : Prof. Chapman, of Paris, the former Superintendent- of Paris City .Schools, has opened a Mili tary School at Tupelo, Miss. : : Garrard county's tobacco crop is estimated at from half to three fourths of a crop. Many sections of Garrard promise a good 75 per cent burley crop. . The hotel at Swango Springs ! and was held to the grand jury in a bond of $1000. ; . National Credit Men's Associa tion, at Washington, endorsed the Democratic currency bill in prin ciple, but strongly urged many material amendments. - The State College has opened for the Fall term, , and held its first chapel -exercises- Tuesday morning at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

Jessamine County Candidates . Smoking Pipe of Peace. The warring Democrats of Jes samine county have .buried the hatchet and are now holding out the olive branch of peace. Wil liam J. Baxter, who was defeated tn the August primary by Wm. Watts for county attorney, has vyithdrew the contest suit institu ted sometime ago, leaving the field clear' for Watts, the Demo cratic nominee, as the Republi cans did not make any nomina tion for that office. Anderson Jacobs who was de feated by R. Z. Moss for the Democratic nomination for sher iff, and who instituted contest proceedings, also withdrew his suit Church Notes Rev. C. K: Marshall will supply the Christian Church at Stanford next Suriday. - . ' ' , Rev. G. C. Banks is attending the National Convention at Tor onto, Canada. Counly Court Day Next Monday, October 6, is county court day. Farmers will have completed housing their to bacco crop by that time; also corn cutting will be through with, and it is expected a big crowd will be in to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

1 mmmM - : l llfir BY THE H.AYBT I COPYRIGHT -BT HAT?PEt? aBROTHEI?5 I 15 1 SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of th Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loss of their much prized phonograph by the defeat of their champion in a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party Is on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllngford Speed, cheer leader - at Yale, and Culver Covington, lnter-coliegrlate champion run ner, are expected. Helen Blake. Speed's weetheart. becomes Interested in the loss of the phonograph. She suggests to Jean Chapin. sister of the owner of the ranch, that she induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that if Covington won't run. Speed will. The Cowboys are hilarious over the pros pect. Speed and his valet. Larry Glass, trainer at Tale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who haa posed to her as an ath lete, to race against the Centipede man. Th "cowboys Join in the appeal to Wallv. and fearing that Helen, will find him out. he consents. He insi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 September 1913

V; .. - THE MAD IS ONI AN . . . . ' .. " " r- ssMMMMsslMMsMsMMsMslsMMsMMsMsMMslsssMsMsMs . EAR BLIGHT VERY ATTACKS LIBS OR BLOSSOMS .Disease Peculiar to the Pomaceous Fruits of America Blight Usually Attracts Especial Attention During the Early Spring and After the Blooming Period J. H. Carmody, Horticultural Depart jment, Kentucky Experiment Sta 'tlon.) . Pear blight is a disease peculiar to the pomaceous fruits of America. It is most destructive to the pear, quince, .and apple. In some instances it has teen known to attack the plum. Cul tivated plants are more liable to at tack although mountain ash and wild species of the apple often serve as host plants. ' -A Pear Tree Affected With Fire Blight Note the Topmost Twig. The disease may attack the limbs, "blossoms, or the fruit of the tree. In advanced cases all three may be dis eased at the same time. However, it is generally noticed on the young suc culent twig growth, henc the origin of the term "twig blight." Other names oftenti...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 October 1913

7 r?s , AM 9 . -' 1 1 I 1 Ii,i5s...- A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO TOE kOME CIRCLE! VOLUME I. RICHMOND .KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7V 1918. NTJMBIjJR 40. 0 General News Benton's Drag jf Net Catches Eight f or'BriKery The Clark County grand jury adjourned Saturday after a long and eventful session. Col. Hampton's defiant atti tude toward the court was follow ed by "David Prewitt, a prominent Clarkite, who also sought the front page of the newspaper, in a weak imitation of the "Damon & Pythias" act One night in the county bastile was sufficient to loosen his tongue and next day it worked like it had been well oiled. The vigorous attitude of the court has struck terror to the hearts of the law violators, and they will be caught for th next term. The grand jury returned in dictments against eight persons for bribery as follows: Zack Con ner, Jesse Spencer, Allen Rankin, John Sumpter and policeman, John Ballard. It also indicted Will Eubanks for betting on the election. -oo- COURT DAY Jf Cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 October 1913

THE. MAD I S ON I A N SIGHS TARIFF RIM H0USE commttee that .rahed the currency bill ; COOLLY BARES HIS CRIMES rREalOENT AFFIXES SIGNATURE IN PRESENCE OF CABINET AND HIGH OFFICIALS. : 1 MODERN BLUEBEARD CONFESSES ACT FOLLOWED BY SPEECH HE MURDERED FOURTEEN TO ;,i ... CHICAGO POLICE r (Conducted by the National Woman' Christian Temperance Union.) . i s5i.uiio Maseru worK is Only Half Complete:! and He Urges Early Action by Congress on the Currency Measure. Washington, Oct. 6. President Wil son affixed his signature to the tariff bill at ten minutes past nine "o'clock Friday night, this being the last pro ceeding necessary to make it a law -mt. ia new jaw became operative at midnight. i ne signing of the bill marks the end of almost si months of legislative "wotk since its Introduction April 7. It marks also the death of the Payne- Aiorlcn tariff bill. The signing took place in the presi dent's big private office In the execu tive offices. In the presence of the cabinet, the tariff com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 October 1913

HPS': lit 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. Answered Last Roll Call. Telephone your local news to 791. J. L. Sowers, Local Editor Never too ' busy to listen to a news item. Call us. The Suffragette Association will meet at the Club Room at 3 p. m. Tuesday October 14. . Mr. Harvey Ellison, an ex-Confederate soldier answered the last roll call Tuesday, at his home on Third street He had been an invalidjor a number of years, blind and bedridden, yet bore the afflictions becoming a soldier of sanguinary battles, and was laid to rest in Richmond's beautiful City of the Dead, to await the re veille of the last Great Day.! The deceased is survived bv a' wife who tenderly and lovingly ad ministered to him in his last hours, and who has extended her the sympathy of friends and neighbors. , -oo- r or oaie or Kent Mouse an lot at Waco, known as the Dr, Taylor place. For further infor matio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 October 1913

T H E M AD I S O N I A N ?Mf 7::fe--S?JE3) BV THE HAT BT COPYRIGHT 19rQ'jgy HAtfFEK ygROTHEgS Does look rarY agreed the fore man. men take it out and build a Are under It I'll consent to eat here, but I won't turn cannibal, even to please you. - Im sorry." Stover did not inter, I rupi nis carving. . itr a . . ..... i our aiet ain't oeen right," ex plained Willie. "You aint wild enough to suit us." "Is this a Joke?" "We ain't never joked with you yit. cave we?" "No, But" "This breakfast goes as she lays! Glass broke abnmtlv into nmnthprad v, w enis- He lnsl8ts. however, that h merriment. "When I laueh nowadavs hall be entered as an unknown, figuring , , . 7 . ... luZa nowaaays that Covlns-ton win nrHv in timn tn taiia I It B a funny Joke." he eiee-led. his place. Fresno, elf rlnh Binccr from I Thai wt... u v. - . , . Stanford university and in love with -,-a vT T P He en. tries to discredit. Speed with the was unbelievable, and Wally, seeing iKuics anu me cowDoys. speed ana mass I ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 October 1913

r the: madiso n i an FINISHING TOUCHES ft i .1 . r i i ' I 15 4Ss fit r 'TfrmrniMM This Is a splendid view of the upper Gatun locks, taken from the center wall and looking north along upper Oatun locks, showhig the .almost 'completed condition of this section of the Panama canal. The water of the canal may be seen on eltheT side .in the foreground, being held back by the gates. In the left background is the Oatun lighthouse. Tke unsightly tracks ra the center structure will soon be removed, having been placed there only temporarily thrrrag the construction of the center wall. . " IRK ON PANAMA EAR EN Waters of TJatun Lake Turned Into the Culebra Cut. BIG DIKE IS TO BE REMOVED. This Will Mark '-the -Practical '.Comple tion f the Big Waterway After Nine Years f -Labor -by an Army of Men. Colon, Panama, Oct. 1. The Pan ama canal stands today virtually com itate. The .preliminary .steps toward the destruction .of theGamboa dike, which until the ,p resent time, has held the waters of Gat...

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