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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

: L r3' A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913. NUMBER 45. . is General News A new post office has been established in Pike county to be called McCarr. " The first District Teachers will meet at Paducah in annual sess ion on November 28 and 29th. Mrs. Susan Batson of Bath county, died Tuesday at her home from the effects of a burn which she received Monday at her home: The Railroad Camps near Win chester have been placed under quarantine on account of small pox having broken out in the camp. Unknown parties broke into Smith Brothers drug store at Cor bin, Ky., and robbed the cash register, and robbed it of $46.50. They left checks and a diamond ring valued at $120. Twenty-nine policemen in Ind ianapolis rather than to obey the orders to protect the strike break ers who are attempting to run the cars in Indianapolis, turned in their badges and quit the service. Lucy Davis killed Lizzie Hor ton in Clark county, just below Hayden...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

THE MAD ISO NI AN TAMMANY GETS SEVERE BRUM! : 1 . - -s v - John Purroy Mitchel Is Elected Mayor of New York by . Big Margin. "".-.'? STATES DEMOCRATIC fielder, Wilson's Candidate, Wins In New Jersey Walsh Wins Gov ernorship of Massachusetts Results in Other States. - New York, Nov. 6. The fusionlsts xwept New York Tuesday and gave Tammany such a drubbing as it has iot had in a generation. John Purroy Hitch el was elected mayor over Judge Edward E. McCall. the Tammany can didate, by a plurality of more than 121,000. It is'generally believed that the rule of Charles P. Murphy has come to an end, for the result of the election was a popular protest against his methods of controlling the politics of the - me tropolis. ' To add to Murphy's plight, returns Irom upstate showed that the next as sembly will be Republican by a ma jority of 30 over both Democrats and Progressives. One of the spectacular features of "the state election was the triumph of former Governor Sulzer, who, running on ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

i THE MAD IS ON IAN SEVERE 0R00BIN John Purroy Mitchel Is Elected Mayor of New York by ... ... Big Margin. ' " i MKY STATES DEMOCRATIC fielder, Wilson's Candidate, Wins In New Jersey Walsh Wins Gov ernorship of Massachusetts Results in Other States. - New York, Nov. 6. The f usionlsts swept New York Tuesday and gave Tammany such a drubbing aB it has aot had in a generation. John Purroy llitchel was elected mayor over Judge Edward E. McCall, the Tammany can didate, by a plurality of more than 121,000. It is generally believed that the rule of Charles F. Murphy has come to an end, for the result of the election was a popular protest against hie methods of controlling the politics of the; me tropolis. To add to Murphy's plight, returns trom upstate 6howed that the next as sembly will be Republican by a ma jority of 30 over both Democrats and Progressives. One of the spectacular features of "the state election was the triumph of former Governor Sulzer, who, running on the Progressive ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

'" ?. fi" i ' T - ' 77. ' : : i : : Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our s pleasure to serve you.' Phone W8, ooy or wi, or write us. Sign your name to all news items. ' The sermons which we print each week, are worth more than $1.00 a year to you and your fam ily. ' OO ( ' McCreary's Letter Gov. James B. McCreary has issued a letter which is being generally distributed throughout Kentucky, calling on his friends for their active support. Gov. McCreary will carry Mad ison County almost as a unit OO Old Board Re-elected Telephone all social news to 638. - - Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor The old board of councilmen were re-elected at Lancaster. The board is composed of L. D. Davidson as Mayor, J. A. "Amon W. M. Zanone, H. C. Hamilton, W. O.Goodloe and R. P. Gre gory for councilmen. - -oo- An oil well has , been found in Nicholas county on the farm of Thomas Vaughn near Myers Sta tion. The well was discovered in an ordinary well, and came with an explosion .of gas. The farm lab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

- 'v, j; V-V T H E M A D I S ONIAH- ' : t; , EJCPEniMEOT OF SEED TESTING RECOGNIZED AS MOST IMPORTANT Poor Seeds Means Poor Stands Poor Stands Mearts Small Crops The Inspection of Seeds Is Necessary in Obtaining. Desirable Results (By H. Garman, Head of the Division of Entomology and Botany.) Testing. .', . . .The Importance of seed testing is recognized in the law establishing the Agricultural Experiment stations and provision for it has been made in many of the great agricultural states. Poor needs, mean poor stands. ,Poor stand mean small crops. Every far mer knows this,, and only poor farmers fail to act on the knowledge. Yet there is. no part of agricultural prac tice in which the farmer is more like ly to make mistakes or be deceived. He has learned to pick out a' good ani mal. He does not always pick out a good seed. This is due in part to the difficulty of determining the quality of seeds by ordinary methods of examina tion. A seed of fine appearance and well cleaned may ger...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

UTTERLY CRUSHED. It was a warm, radiant summer morning; the birds were singing sweetty, the flowers and dewy . grass shimmered in the park, Robert Peeler very junior officer was doing his utmost to make a fovorable impression' on the pretty nursemaid, whilst the tatter's small charge . busily chased elusive butterflies: 1 ' - '. ; "Ah." sighed the dashing Robert, "I wish you were my governess?" "So do I," replied the girl. Hope sprang Into Robert's heart. "And what would you do with me?, he asked Professional Criticism. . At a banquet of New York news paper men recently a story was told to exemplify the pride which, every man should take In the work by which he makes a living. - . Two street sweepers, seated on a curbstone were discussing a comrade who had died the day before. "Bill certainly was a' good sweeper," eaid one. "Ye-e-s," conceded the other, thoughtfully. - "But don't vmi thin he was a little weak around the lampposts?" Everybody's Magazine! Most Likely. LIteleigh It was...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

Y Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. byl Grant E. Lilly, - - -? - Owner u; Entered as secoSd-class matter January 22. 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1879. ' "L Srant S. iltg, Jtnna 2). jCifgl - - . Sditor 'Social Sditor r-. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ' CheIYearlVI......j.....:.$1.00 Six Months -..J .60 Three Months---.-- ..... 35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE, Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. Grant E. Lilly, Editor TelPyour friends about our paper. TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1913. THE NEW YORK CASE 'Many valuable lessons can be drawn from recent occurrences in the state of New York. We speak more directly of the Sulzer case and its results. There was rejoicing in New York "when Sul zer was elected for the people be lieved that he would accomplish great good in purifying the local conditions in the city of New York and in the state at large. Sulzer and his friends had the Tammany Tiger to fight The re sult is that Sulzer has lost It is true that he is not...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 November 1913

' THE . M A,D I S O N 'J A N ; - V 6 o ,0 .1. " wf' 111 V SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of th Flyinsr Heart ranch arc heartbroken over the loss of their much prized phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the cook of. the Ceni pede ranch. A house party Is on at the Flying Heart. J. WalUnsrford Speed, cheer leader at )Yale. and Culver covlngtcn, inter-collelate champion run ner, are etpected. Helei Blake. Speed's nweetheart. suggest to Jean Chapin. sis ter of the , owner of the ranch, that he induce Covinsrton, 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, Larry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as an athlete, to race against the Centipede man. Th? cowboys Join in the appeal to Wally, and fearin.gr that Helen will And him out. he consents. He inalsi. however, that he shall be entered as an unknown, figuring that Covin...

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

General News Paducah has adopted; the commission form of government. On account of election riots at Gary, Ind., Gov. Rolsto'n was asked to send troops. . Secretary of War Garrison, after inspecting the Panama Ca: naj has sailed to New York. . The will of the late Adolphus Busch leaves only $210,000 to charity. The estate is valued at $50,000,000. Felix Diaz has been taken on board an American gun boat as a refugee from Mexico. Our gov ernment approved this action. The income tax is causing quite a great deal of disturbance in the financial world, and new rulings are being made on it most daily. There is a state of insurrection prevailing in Colorado and the troops have been called out to maintain order. The Governor I RICHMOND. KY. - A Training School for Teachers: C'urfte lemltnf to Elmffntnrr. Icb-rmeiiiate and Lite ute Cer tificates. Valid in all PuMi. Schools or Kentucky. Spevia. Coorses aud Review Courses. Tuition Five to Ap Doiuhws. Twoapliti1M dor- miwriM. new model school, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

A NEWSPAPER DiEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOYEMBEH 18, 1913, .... . NUMBER 4G. i. 1- 7 General News Smallpox is prevalent in Letch er county. Jules Falk, a noted violinist, of this country, is on a visit to relatives in Paris, Ky. The water works company at Paris. Ky., have let a contract for the erection of a new dam. The case of Collins against Flinn from Estill county, has been affirmed by the Court of Ai peals. Senator James denies that he is "boosting" Stanley. The fellow that believes that will please stand on his head. Whitley City was chosen county seat of McCreary county over Pine Knot Campton won over Hazel Green in Wolfe county. . The Scott county Fiscal court ' places the salaries for county judge and road supervisor at $1200 each. The salarv formerly paid them was $1000 each. Dr. J. W. Porter, of Clark coun : ty, was selected as the Moderator of the General Association of the Kentucky Baptists at its meeting in Lexington last week. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

I SON IAN Ml PRESIDENT - . K AT uEuHlitlUyhj ;REV. DR. N. B. ADAMS TAKES CHARGE OF NOTED BAP TIST INSTITUTION.' .Brilliant Assemblage of Townspeople, Educators and Ministers Attend Inauguration Ceremonies. "Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky. in the presence of a f.notable assemblage of town 5 people, .-representatives of various institutions of learning throughout the nation, min isters of the Baptist church attending -the annual convention here, faculty, -alumni and students, the Rev. N. B. .Adams was formally inaugurated presi dent of Georgetown college at George town, Ky., one of the leading' Baptist ."Institutions in the South. Following a jprocession of the trustees, representa tives" of educational institutions, fac ulty, alumni and students, which es corted 'the new president from his Some, the inaugural ceremonies took k place in the historic college chapel. The Attorney General of Kentucky, James Garnett, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, called the gath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

TH E M AD IS O NIAN HEW PRESIDENT , AT GEORGETOWN REV. DR. N. B. ADAMS TAKES CHARGE OF NOTED BAP. TIST INSTITUTION.' :SrilHant Assemhlaae of TownsDeoDle. Educators and Ministers Attend Inauguration Ceremonies. "'Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky. In the presence of a .notable assemblage of town - people, .representatives of various institutions of learning throughout the nation, min isters of the Baptist church attending .the annual convention here, faculty, .alumni and students, the Rev. N. B. .Adams was formally inaugurated presi dent of Georgetown college at George town, Ky., one of the leading" Baptist Institutions in the South. Following a jprocession of the trustees, representa tives of educational institutions, fac ulty, alumni and students, which es corted 'the new president from his :;hQme, the inaugural ceremonies took place in the historic college chapel. The Attorney General of Kentucky, James Garnett, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, called the gath...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

mm 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. . The sermons which we print each week, are worth more than $1.00 a year to you and your fam- iiy. ..- oo The following Odd Fellows Mr. B. Jouett, A. R. jouett, H.R. Warford, E. W. Warford, J. B. Stivers, S. L. Powell, Walter Stewart, E. E. Adams, S. L. Jones, John Anderson, W. S. Broaddus, W. T. Butler, H. W. T. Deather age, C. H. Shepherd and Tony Conk, went up to our neighboring city of Irvine last week and on Saturday night gave the initiatory and first degree to some new members of the Irvine lodge. The work was of the high order, and the visiting - team was accorded many courtesies by the home lodge. oo The Death Of Miss McCord . i Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Prof, and Mrs. Stott entertained last Friday evening in honor of the Faculty of the Normal School. - The many friends of the family will regret...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

.;MM2Mn0NAL J- IS . . f or-:-1 1 A 41 "DTIN'T it thi& time . 6 Just aroun ings c With the n 4 - I -. , - ' 1 I Long ;bbtU!Ckank smendid ' to Bfeirvln V long aboutxv ' tfear. V Oi ' - A j . . x i . dY about Trmnnssivan . with the mdrn nsjvana ciear; v. hilaeri s cheeKs & - mo win V with the And the pTnills "a-goin' liKe red jazes; Dcm'tgM WhenfiM got KaEM toj a thing Ain't Wnnle tbu feel H 1 II us U ' at your Whrhe old dead leaves go zippin' dowrt the ( laAeHSrg2ly rows, WhexryoufYe hafe to feed-the came, whehvou love yoyEfellow men, And you've money you cantlete6trours, Ain'i it fine to waKe from jdraiiiin' of the home youi boyhood Knew y j . . i ' - - 3S Ana to find the glad sun Jbeamm it used to do, wns ago, aooui to spare, Whn your pa were always fair! TURKEY FOR TEN rpHANKSGIVING ain't different I from any other day," snapped Mellicent, making the most of the creak in her rocker. "What's the use of having a turkey when you've got only a reed-bird appetite!" "It ain't jus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

GAMBOA- DIKE BLOWN TO PIECES AS PRESIDENT PRESSES BUTTON ? '''' ' -5 ' ! jPV H I iff if" " i$? ? A view of the Gam boa Dike from the North Wall before it was blown to pieces by 1,277 discharges of dyna mite set off by President Woodrow W llson when he pressed the button in 'he White House. . Thousands jour neyed from the City of Panama and Colon io see the obstruction between Gatun Locks and Culebra Cut; removed. 4 . - ' Phrt.bv TTrdt'w,r' ft- TTr Norwood. N. T. GeneralNews Refining Co., will warehouse in Lex- The Indian build a large ington, Ky. ; A thief stole a registered mail pouch from the United States mail wagon in Chicago, and got $638.40 from the registered packages. Dr. Scott, Louisville's first woman doctor, was found dead in her chair last Thursday. A big power darri on the Ten nessee river was dedicated No vember 13 at Hale's Bar. Capt Geo. Forrester, a mem ber of Morgan's Command, died in Chicago on the 13th inst. LeBus is elected as the president' of the burley tobacc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

-A- -A V T H E M AD ISONIA N j: i J I r ill . I- -i ill ii I If i ?!: I 'I ! . i--r .' .! II I 1 j Si cl : 'i ST. I if. t.i I 5 u I:! I I? ? ' I . ?f .-fc w c rw f A Good Growth of Sweet Clover Where RAW GROUND PHOSPHATE ROCK NOW IN VERY EXTENSIVE USE Necessary in Improvement of Kentucky Soils Deficient in Phosphorous Gives Prof itable Returns and Good Practice to Apply Raw Phosphate in Connection With Fertilizers (By Geo. Roberts, Agronomist Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station.) s Within the last few years raw ground phosphate rock has come into use, more or less extensively, in some sections of the country in the Improve ment of soils deficient in phosphorus. Formerly It was thought to be useless as a material for direct application to the soil. It was thought that the only means for making it available was to convert it into acid phosphate or superphosphate by treating it with sulfuric acid. This belief arose from the fact that farmers generally applied it in small quantitie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

THE M APIS ON I A N MAY BE CALLED LAST WORD IN EVENING GOWNS HARD TO PLEASE. A typical "mover" of the ultra-shift, less type was passing a few days at a cow camp in Arizona, preparatory to going into the desert on a prospecting trip. His wife, a tired out, faded out creature, complained to some of the cowhands of the hardness of her lot; and the foreman took it upon himself to remonstrate with the husband for his shiftlessness and his indifference to his wife's welfare. "The old woman ain't got no kick coming!" said the husband when he had heard the foreman's remarks. "She ain't got no kick at all. Why, stranger, when we wuz fixin to camp of a night many a time I've driven the team half a mile out of the way so's wood and water would be handy fur the old woman to fetch!" Saturday Evening Post. r May I ask THIS evening gown, although orig inated in a French salon, is not Impossible to those who wish to copy it. It looks very simple, and . if one can imanage to copy its "hang" ex JUST...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

BY THE PRESIDENT (CONTINUED.) Rewarded for Service There were black pensioners not a few about his own homestead. Bishop, his old bcdy-servan lived like a-retired gentleman in his cottage there; even Nelson, the good sorrel who had borne him so bravery in the field till Yorktown, now went forever unsad dled, free in his own pasture. But, much as he loved his home and courted retirement amidst the du ties of a planter, the old life would not come back, was gone forever. He was too famous, and there was an end. on it He could not go abroad , without drawing- crowds about him. If he attended service on a Sunday away from home, though it were in never so quiet a parish, the very wall? of the church groaned threateningly under the unaccustomed weight- of people gathered in the galleries and packed upon the floor to see the hero of the Revolution.1 Not even a ride into the far west, to view his lands and pull together his neglected busi ness on the Ohio, was long enough to fake him beyond...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

Wrfoes and frje Man .A Thanksgiving By HENRY HOWLAND. T T' T was the day be X fore - Thanksgiv ing, but there "was no feeling of thankfulness with in Henry Forbes. His look was hope less, his clothes were seedy, and it was long since he had been able to satisfy : his hun ger.. . Forbes was be ginning to long for vengeance. He was beginning to feel that the blade and the torch were Jus tifiable. He had " gone from place to place all day and lie had always.heard the same reply. But it was not only the experience of a day that rankled In his breast lt was - the experience of that day repeated over and over. The fever from which he had but late ly recovered had been responsible for the loss of his position. He had worked up to that place through years of steady, patient efforts. Now wherever he applied they gave him to understand that he would have, to ao back to the bottom and begin all over again. J - Bitterly he thought of the old adage There's always "room at the top. He was standin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

THE MADISONIAN Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Granf 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. Sraiit S. jOilly, -Jtnna 3. Xilly, - .- Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year .....-$1.00 Six Months 60 Three Months... .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters.-Grant E. Lilly, Editor Tell your friends about our paper. TUESDAY, NOV. 18, 1913. 'TWO'S COMPANY, FOUR'S A CROWD" Our venerable contemporary, W. P. Walton, in his valedictory fires a parting shot at the Madi sonian, and generously informs the public that there are too many newspapers in the city of Richmond. We have been re galed some three or four times during the run of our short ex perience by suggestions of this kind emenating from the same source. If the Climax believes that there are too many newspa pers here, and that all of them are starving to death, let it grace fully fold its wing...

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