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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 October 1913

THE M A D IS ON I AN GREAT TAKATIO FIGHT Oi! L. & N. MUST PAY TO STATE, COUNTIES AND CITIES TAXES ON $11,000,000 VALUATION. ADDITIONAL TO FRAUGHISE TAX Road Will Have To Pay an Additional Assessment of $55,000 Into State Treasury and Double the Amount To Counties, Cities and School Districts. Western Newspaper Union News Service Kentucky Women Cart Cast Bailct. " The legislature , has extended to" tht women of this state who can read and write, and who possess the legal qual- Lifications of male voters, suffrage in all school elections. - , ' : r-' - The Appellate Court made perma nent the mandatory injunction granted by Circuit Judge Charles MarshaM, of the Anderson Circuit Court, requiring J. H. '-Crook, clerk of Anderson coun ty, to have printed separate, ballots for the women in the county school superintendent's race. ' The court was also called on to de cide what is a common school district within the meaning of the statute. The right of women to vote in county school elec...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 October 1913

; it t m lil'l : M i r n if i ,j ? : it ! -f- I;.: TAX LAWS IN KY. CAUSES EVASION Present Unsatisfactory Laws Responsible for Small Returns Retard Development and -ower Stand ard of Integrity Efforts To Secure a Better System of Taxation Has Been Persistent for rifteen Years. Frankfort. Ky. (Special) The ef forts to secure a better systen. of taxa tion for Kentucky irave been per sistent for fifteen years but owing to the ironclad restrictions In the state constitution it is exceedingly difficult to secure any change. Tax . commissions have repeatedly been appointed by authority of the legislatures and these commissions hare unanimously condemned the gen eral, property tax which was adopted by the last constitutional convention ana as the 'law is constitutional it has been Impossible for the legislature alone to repeal it. ' ' . However, the last general assembly undertook to amend the constitution as provided by law and this amend ment will have to be ratified by the people at the ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

V, V To c3! ft 1-A l .1 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME L v . KICIIMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBKlt 2H, ltm. NUMUKU 43. V P.-. GAM B DA DIKE, PANAMA CANAL, BLOWN UP General News HfV w T fi TfHTl(cl i1 i.- ) Letcher county has organized a farmers Institute, - ' ; It is claimed that the Citizen Ticket will win at Carlisle over the regular ticket. .It is claimed that eggs will soon be selling at ?5 cents a dozen, and that is where we get off of the wagon. , ' . " i The snow -storm which visited our city Monday afternoon seems to have been general throughout the state, but very light. Great Britain has accepted our invitation to' participate in the opening , of the Panama Canal, and will send a warship. Lexington is considering the proposition of abolishing fifteen saloons in that section of the city called the "red light district." '-. - William Carson Black of Bar-, bourville,' Kentucky, was elected as the Grand High Priest of the Royal Arch Masons at" their meeting in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

THE MADISONIAN IIUERTA SUMMONS DIAZ TO CAPITAL Cabinet Officer of Provisional President Calls Latter's Rival to Mexico City. U.S. NOT TO WARN POWERS Acting Secretary of State John Ba sett Moore 8ay Government Ha No Intention of Warning Nation to Keep Hand Off. Vera Crut, Mexico, Oct. 21. Gen. llx Dial received a "request" from the, Mexican government to proceed at once to the federal capital. CoL Manuel Vidaurrazaga, secretary to the Mexican minister of war. ar rived here on a special train with the invitation, which practically was an order for Dias to accompany him to Mexico City. General Dias did not decide Imme diately .to obey, and no effort was made to force him to accept the Invi tation. U. C. Not to Warn Power. ' Washington, Oct. 25. Baseless re ports were ent broadcast from here that the United State intended to warn the foreign power to keep their hand off Mexico wet with complete denial at the state department. Act ing Secretary of State John Bassett Moore said: "1 know n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

IS KENTUCKY III HEED OFTS!E TAXJIEFORM? YM Happened in "THE GOW COUNTIES" in California 2nd Why "THE DOG TAX COUNTIES" in Kentu ky Should Emulate Their Example Until a few years ngo the State of California was Buffering under the tame system of taxation which pre vails In Kentucky although many ef forts bad been made to change It. The average citizen Is opposed to Innovations as a general proposition and while the state suffered and the burden of taxation fell heavily on the mall property owner, as It does In Kentucky, It was bard to arouse the people and capitalistic classes man aged to keep the old law In effect and went on hiding their personal property and "escaping taxation, as tbey do I Kentucky. ' Why is this man working so hard?" "To get more land to pay MORE taxes." A simple careless expression In a Pan Francisco newspaper caused a revolution of feeling and brought bout the change which all Califor Bin as are now proud of. .The newspaper referred to printed an article to th...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

THE MADISONIAN 28 DIE ON AIRSHIP ENTIRE GERMAN ADMIRALTY TMAL BOARD AMONG THOSE SLAIN BY BLAST. THREE OTHERS DIE IN FALLS Baron Von Bleul, th Only Survivor, With Both Eye Burned Out, Beg to Be 8 hot by Reacuer Thousand Wit net Disaster. IWrlln. Oct. 20 The newest of the Zeppelin war airships, tbe I. 2. was de stroyed In midair by an explosion on Friday. All but one of tho tweuty fight military men were killed. The twenty-eight represented th sntlr personnel of the admiralty board which wa conducting the final trial or the dirigible, looking to It ac ceptance) by th government aa a new unit of the German aerial navy, the pilot and crew and invited guest. Every person that went aloft In the big nirshlp ta dead. Twenty-seven were killed almost In stantly by the explosion of the gas In the balloonettes or burned to death as tho flaming wreck fell to the ground from a height of 900 feet. Ono man, Lieutenant Baron von flleul of the Queen Augusta Grenadier Guards, a guest of the admiralty ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

Tell u the new. Wt appreciate It and It our pleasure to serve you. Phone 63S, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all newt Items. We make a specialty of telling nothing but the best grades of Clover, Timothy, Clean Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Feed and Seed Oats. Give us a call. Phone 72 and 144. Covington, Thorpe & Co. lltf While, walking on Third Street, Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Geo.. Pickets slipped on a banana peel ing and fell, striking her left wrist and spraining it. We hope no seri ous results will follow but let this again remind people not to throw banana peelings on the sidewalk, as "many serious injuries are occasioned by such carelessness. on On Friday last Mr. Ronald C. Oldham while putting coal in the stove had the misfortune to get burned about the lower part of the face, gas having accumulated which caused an explosion. He is not seriously hurt we are glad to report and is expected over in a few days to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Old ham. Mrs. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

VOV" STORY OF THE TTRXT 9VUIOmS VvT HY THE PRESinF.NT SZfF (CONTINUED.) The two youngest children he claimed for himself, with that wistful fatherly longing that had always mark ed him: and Mount Vernon (earned to him more like a haven than ever, where to seek rent and solace. The two years he had yet to wait may well have termed to him the Ion Ren t of his life and may have add ed a touch of their own to what stranger deemed hla sternness Washington had leldora eeetned so stern as In one Incident of those try ing months. An officer of the American army had been taken In a skirmish, and the Fillsh had permittrd a brutal com rany of loyrtMs. under one Cantal T.lpplncott. to tk him from his prl rn In New York and wantonly nan him In broad d.nylight on the height near Mlddletpwn Washington at once notified the Hrtrleh commander that unless the murderers were delivered up to be punished, a British officer would be chosen by lot from among his pris oners to suffer In their stead; and. wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

THE MADISONIAN r -v f " i A well regulated municipal abattoir MEAT INSPECTION IMPORTANT PURE FOOD PROBLEM OF THE PEOPLE Question of Local Versus Interstate Meat Little Or No In spection of Meats That Do Not Pass Interstate Com merce and Inspected By Federal Authorities (By R. M. Allan, Head of Food and Drug Department, Kentucky Agricul tural Experiment Station.) Meat Inspection Is one of the chief pure food problems before the Amer ican people. Better Inspection In needed of meat after It leaves tbe federal Inspected abattoir, especially after It passes from tbe control of tho federal government to tbe control of state and municipal authorities. The question should be taken up from the standpoint of the needs of Inspection, and not with respect to whether It will be more desirable to hare local meats than Interstate meats. Meat Inspection has been well established In Europe for centuries past. Tbe "town of Aachen, in Ger many, required Its "special pig Inspec tors" to take oath as f...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

4 THE MADISONIAN Published Each Tuesday at Richmond. K Grant E. Lilly, Owner Entered a econdia matter January deed which he, for the purpose of refuse to believe that our farm-1 annual meeting of the Synod SuAMaKh3 1R'7c9hmond-!cvadinShisJust debts. had made ers and business men are cor-0f Kentucky convened In the . to some friend, which friend after-1 ruptly listing their property at Second Presbyterian Church in Qri 8. An,. Sd,ior i wards betrayed him and kept the 1 70 per cent of its real value. But I Lebanon, Tuesday evening. 3tm-$.iiii. Social Sditor, the property. The court refuses even if this be true, a court of j The Rev. E. E. Smith, of j to grant him any relief and applies good conscience should not allow ' Owensboro, the retiring Modera subscript. rates the above well known rule of its judgments to rest on the dung tor, preached an eloquent sermon, si" Mon?h'":::::::::"::"': equity and the litigant is promptly hill of alleged fraud and corruption and was followed by Rev....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

f r THE MADISONIAN 1 SYNOPSIS. Cowboy of tha Flying Heart ram-h ara heartbroken over the le of their muoh priaed phonograph hy the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the rook of tha Centlpeile ranch. A hnuse party la on at the Klylnic Heart. J. Welllnitford peed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington. Inter-colleglate rhamplon run ner. are expected. Helen I! lake. Rpeed'a eweethenrt, auKaeata tn Jean Chanin, ala ter of the owner of the ranch, that alie Induce Covington, her lover, to win bach the phonograph. Helen declarea that If Covlnitton won't run. Bpeed will. The cowboy are hllarlotia over the prospect. Bpeed and hla valet, Larry Olaa. trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake aaka Bpeed, who haa posed to her aa an athlete, to race acalnet the Centipede man. The cowboya Join In the appeal to Wally, and fearing that Helen will And him out, he eonaenta. He Insliit. however, that he ahall he entered aa an unknown. figuring that Covington will arrive In time to take hla p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 October 1913

RUFtIS STONE Announces For Mayor On Citizens League Ticket. 0O000O0OCXXXXXXXXXXXX3O0OO0 Great Devotion Aunt Dina says: "You know dat I love ma husband. I sho' am awful fond of dat man, and so I called our baby a name to show how much my love is fo' its father. I named it - Truly Thine Own.' " Fox Hunters We are authorized to announce Mr. Rufus Stone a candidate for Mayor of the city of Richmond, on the Citizens League ticket. Mr. Stone has filed his petition, signed by the requisite number of voters and is making a strong and aggressive campaign. He is a well known and prominent contractor of our city, and a splendid business man. If elected he pledges a strictly business ad- j ministration, and promises to eliminate all extravagance of man- i On last Saturday. October 18th agement. He earnestly solicits ! at 2 p. m. several of the poultry the votes of all good citizens, adv fanciers and others so interested Notei From the Secretary of Madison County Poultry Association The Fox Hunt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 November 1913

V. . v . : r. .... ' ' : v ; , .. , . . , r . 1 V A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1013. NUMBER 44i General News MINERS LOSE :T. ' v ; .. :. , . : . ... . . .- f : ... Congressman Stanley is on the j stump and made two speeches in Lyon county on the 29th of Oc tober. ' The railway mail clerks in the 15th division have been made ad vances of $100,000.00 a year in salaries. .Eastern Kentucky had a snow storm lastThursday; the snow in Letcher county reached the depth of two inches. - The L. & N. Railroad Company is hauling-water from south Lou isville for its local use around Winchester and Paris! Hon. John Garner of Winches ter made an address to the teach ers in the Ashland district which has bgen very highly compliment ed. . . Democrats, Republicans and Progressives of the House are go ing to unite to present a wedding ! gift next month to Miss Jessie Wilson, the President's daughter The thirty-fifth annual session of 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. — 4 November 1913

T II E MAD I S ONI A N JACKSON FIRE BUSINESS SECTION OF BREATH- iTT'S COUNTY SEAT IS EN TIRELY WIPED OUT. Postoffice, Hotel and Two Churches Are Burned Log Estimated at $150,000. Veatern Newspaper Union News Service Jackson, Ky. Practically the whole business section here was destroyed by fire. Two blocks of buildings were burned, including the postoffice, , Thompson hotel, two churches and a score - of residences. The loss is es timated at $150,000. The hotel was first destroyed and the flames then swept to the west side of Broadway for two blocks, despite the efforts of the firemen. The east side of the street was also fire swept, and Main street was included in the fire area as far as the First National bank, which was not greatly idamaged. The buildings burned, which will be a total loss, are: The Thompson hotel, Dr. A. H. Patten's office building, the Reliance Rug Co.'s store, Kash & White, gen eral merchandise; the postoffice, the Busy Bee grocery, Stidham's grocery and me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 November 1913

LOCAL m 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. Get on our list $1.00 a year. . oo The sermons which vye print eachveek, are worth more than $1.00 a year to you and your fam ily. oo A. R. Burnam, Jr., bought 101 acres of land from the Hargis estate lying on North Street at $200 per acre. -oo- Robbers afWinchester Telephone all social news to 638. ' Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor The safe in the office of the Winchester Roller Mills Co., was broken into on last Friday night, and about . $130 taken from " it The robbers gained entrance from the rear by breaking in through two nre doors, having hrst gone to JtsurKe s DiacKsmitn snoo on Washington street, and secured the necessary tools. After prying open the doors at the rear of the office they knock ed the combination knob off the safe with a sledge hammer, and then punched the entire lock through, so that it fell inside the safe. All tha...

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

THE M AD I SO N I AN GOOD MERRY-GO-RCrJND POLE Single Post, Set Securely In' Ground GROWING CROP OF CELERY ON SHALL FARM Where There Is Sufficient Vacant Space, Is Needed. An Inexpensive merry-go-round can I.- ill , s ... H - I -1 t, .- -w . - y v ...X . ... ' X. X. :. Three advanced registry cows In the herd of J. A. Stanley, Shelbyvllle, Ky. The wheat separator shown in the picture Is owned by Mr. Stanley and h run by a gasoline engine.' Notice the well made straw stacks. " RATIONAL SYSTEM OF STOCK FARMING FOR SOUTHERN STATES Cultivated Fields Should Go Into Corn, Tobacco Or Cotton Not Oftener Than Once in Seven Years More Stock Should Be Raised (W. D. NIsholls, Dept. of Animal Husbandry, Kentucky State University.) On our best two hundred-aore farms cf average rolling nature, thirty to thirty-five acres of corn is about all that Is grown to advantage. Culti vated - fields should go into corn, to bacco or cotton not oftener than once In five to seven years It is frequently advanta...

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

T H E M A D ISON1 A N BflTHIPP Tfl nDRVCD OT iiuiiicpv. iu.rnHiLn.jp CRAFTY HUSBAND. . An arcade shopkeeper tells us that a well-dressed man of about forty came into his place the other day and asked to see some chafing dishes. He didn't care for the first one shown him, nor the second. "Let me see' some ulcer ones more expensive," he Bald. So some very flossy . ones were shown him, hut still he was not satis fled. "I want a chafln dish that is ex tremely showy," he explained. "Some thing that will attract attention on any sideboard. All gold and silver and ifialncra T1 K t era . paper, What They Read. "Got through reading your yet?" ; : -: "Just finished IU" - - '"Lend it to me for a moment?. . "Can't. Threw It away. It was 98 in the shade at 4 .o'clock yesterday, and McGoogin awd Schults is today'! battery for the home team." "Thanks. Well, so long. See you later. '. ' - v..: By REV. HOWARD W. POPE ! Moody Bill IiMtknte. Oicaco y : (Conducted by the National Woman's Christian Temp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 November 1913

THE M ADISONI AN Published Each Tuesday at Richmond,, Ky. by Grant E. Ully, - Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22. 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Srant 8. illy, - -. ; - , Sditor Jlnna -2. JOilly, - . - Social Sditor - SUEISCRIPTION RATES One Year . ...$1.00 Six Months. .... .60 Three Months..--- 35 One Month. A. 15 IN ADVANCE. Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. Grant E. Lilly, Editor Tell your friends " about our paper. TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 1913. TWO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS At the coming election the peo ple of Kentucky will be given the privilege of voting on two amend ments to the constitution. One of them is a proposition to allow convicts to labor upon public roads and bridges. The question as to what should be done with convict labor is one that has engaged the attention of the world. They can not be kept in idleness in the penitentiary walls and whatever they do in the way of labor necessarily comes into competition ...

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

: . ' 4", T H E M A D ISO N I'A N ': i. copyright i9io .Brr HAi?pgy y brothers SYNOPSIS; Cowboys of the Flying: Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loss of their much prized phonograph by the defeat of their .-hampion in a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party- is on at the Flying Heart. J. "VVallingfofd Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, inter-collegiate champion run ner, are expected. Helen Blake. Speed's sweetheart, suggests to Jean Chapln, sis ter 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 prospect. Speed and his valet. Ls.rry Glass, trainer at Tale, arrive. Helen. Blake asks Speed, who has posed "to ber as an athlete, to race against the Centipede man. The cowboys join in the arpeal to Wally, and io'ntg Liixi xitrieu wiu nuu nun uui, consents. He insist, however, that he shall be entered as an unkno...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 November 1913

IPialjlie Sale I will offer for sale to the .high est bidder, on Wednesday, NOVEMBER 12, 1913 immediately after the sale of the land of C. C. Wallace, which is held on same date at 11 o'clock, my farm containing 91 acres. This is fine fertile land, within one mile of the Court House in Richmond, and situated on Tates Creek pike, adjoining the lands of H. B. Hanger, G. C. Stocker and C. C. Wallace, and isdirect ly between the pike and the lands of C. C. Wallace. There is on the farm a splen did brick dwelling house contain ing ten rooms, good barn and a large tobacco barn capable of holding twenty acres of tobacco, a permanent pond of water, be sides being well watered other wise, a good orchard and all ne cessary out buildings. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Mrs. W. E. Luxon, Sr. Long Tom Chenault, Auc. 44-2t CXXXPCXXXXXXXXXOOCXXXOOCXXX) f ' a . ..... Urt Again Secretary Bryan, who un questionably is entitled to the soubriquet "On . again, Off again" Secretary, has lef...

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