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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

T H E MAD'ISON IA.K SYNOPSIS Cowboys of th Flying- Heart ranch are -heartbroken ovr the loss of their much prized phonograph by the defeat of their ihamplon In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede 'ranch. A house party i n at the Flyln Heart. J. WafHniford Fpeed. cheer leader at Tale, and Culver Covin-ton. inter-collegiate champion run er, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's Sweetheart, surest to Jean C ha pin. sli er of. the owner of the ranch, that she mduce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that if povington won't run. Speed will. The fowboys are hilarious over the prospect. ped,and his valet. Larry Glass, trainer . ae. arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as an athlete, to face against the Centipede roan. The powboys loin tn the appeal to Walry, and fearing that Helen will find him out. he consents. He Insist, however, that he Shall be entered as an unknown, figuring that Covington will arrive in time to take is place. Fteene. ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 November 1913

,. - A.L. 4 J . f ;k. it o at: t ; i'l ii ( .! I! ii f V; ' 1 . ! 6 V ? i it if 1 I OOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3Q Eminent physicians agree that more throat trouble is caused from the burning of leaves than almost any oth er reason. Leaves may be disposed of profitably with out burning. They make a splendid fertilizer for, the garden. So rake them ' up" and put them there instead of burning them to the an noyance of a whole neighborhood. OOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOO Dress Making and Alterations a Spec ialty. Mrs. W. Jones, at Singer Office. 38tf $ $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ One Dollar will bring The Madisonian to you fifty -two times. In Washington i City a small army of pretty girls sold on the streets last Saturday the "Suffra gist", a new weekly newspaper issued by the National Suffra gette party. President Wilson will be called on to Kelp the cause. -oo- John Penticost was. shot by JD. Flora at the home of the latter last Wednesday night The young man was ca...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

EFT" frT A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE . f 5, o . . ' ' ' 4 ' . . ' - - - - - - ' VOLUME I. . - ItlCHMO SI D, KENTUGIKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 191 3. ; . NUMBER 47. '' . - - ' - . .. ..... ... . . .. . -. , l - '. . General News James Rice a prominent citizen of Cynthiana died at that place last week. The newly elected Mayor of Louisville is being beseiged by office seekers. Mr. James H. Jones was appoint ed postmaster at Baldwin, Mad ison County, Ky., last week. Mercer county will not have any road work this winter. Out of funds is the reason assigned. Wedding presents from all over the world are-pouring in at the White House for Miss Tessie Wilson. Catarrhal fever such as afflicted Madson county horses, has brok en out in Knox county. The State is investigating same. The residence of Mrs. John Hughes in Montgomery county was destroyed by fire last Friday night; loss $5,000, insurance $3,500. ' The estimate earnings of the parcels post was $15,000,000. The accounts show th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

an of Wasbiagton, Nov. 25. Jessie Wood row Wilson, second of President Wil son's three daughters, was married to Francis Bowes Sayre at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. The ceremony took place in the east room of the White House, and was performed by Rev. Sylvester Beach of Princeton, N. J., the president's former pastor and the -close friend of the Wilson family for jnany years. The entire affair was very simple, .as had been requested by the bride, -and the number of guests was rather : small distressingly so to many per sons in official and social circles of "Washington who had expected to re ceive invitations but were disappoint 'ed. Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson, -eldest o? the three daughters, acted .as maid of honor to her sister, and .Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson, the lyoungest, was one of the bridesmaids. 'The three other bridesmaids were :Mis8 Adeline Mitchell Scott of Prince ton, daughter of Prof. William B. Scott; Miss Marjorie Brown of Atlan--ta, Pa., daughter of Mrs. Wilson...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all news items. The sermons which we nrint each week, are worth more than! $1.00 a year to you and your fam- iiy. . oo Col. Jno. W. Hughes has taken possession of the Collectors office at Danville. From now on he will fyebeseig- ed by a hungry horde of office i seekers. Open up the gates wide Judge and let them in. -oo- Positively we will not hold long er our premium pictures. All who subscribed since March 5,' 1913 and who have paid up are entitled to their choice as long as they last These pictures are in our way and unless called for, we will take it that you do riot want them and we will let them go. -oo- The Revival Services Rev. W. E. Ellis and Mr. Frank M. Charlton are doing excellent work at the Christian Church. Mr. Ellis is a great preacher. Mr. Charlton is one of the best evan gelistic singers that has ever been in Richmond. Services every night at 7...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

KENTUCKY FARMERS SHOULD START PAYING DAIRY HERDS ON THE FARM W By ADELE MENDEL. VJi Beef Cattle Prices, High and It Will Pay To Replace Beef Cattle With Dairy Cows Good Markets For Milk and Butter Bring Good Profjts Dairy Herd Does Not Re quire As Much Care As Beef Cattle 1 - "ff TAB .So?. I fell V p 3 THANKSGIVING DINNER TABLE 1) v ' . i . n.mg 2? ikJ - 111-1.;- U:OvVi .- , Ji, THANKSGIVING Is a real homo holiday, and It will add greatly to the success of your dinner If you plan tha table decorations as a surprise for the family reunion. Truly wonderful results can be accomplished at a 6light expenditure and the decorative crepe paper in symbolic designs. The table pictured had a valance of crepe paper in corn design attached to the damask table cloth, paper napkins and doilies of the same design were used. The candle shades accentuate the harvest idea by their decoration of ears of corn cut out of the paper napkins and appliqued on a green paper foundation. The central decoration ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

T H E" MAD I' S O N I A'N THE MOTHER'S THANKSGIVING PRETTY KNICK-KNACKS FOR CHRISTMAS J. ,0 xSi. t . i :oaomatioii5 You (MM to Know1 - EIL CENTER, Neb.. Nov. 22r Mayor Gallup of this city has is sued the following T hanksgivlng proclamation: "More than 16, 000,000 years . ago Providence picked out this as a land of freedom. Noth ing, however, came of it until July 4, 1776. We cannot hope to understand the ways of the Creator. All we know is that the lakes were strung along our northern boundary 'to keep back the hordes of Canucks who might, if the barriers "were not there, come over and gobble us, while upon the south of us we find the Gulf of Mexico. It was doubtless dropped down there to keep the Cen tral Americans from rushing upon us arid robbing us of the birthright that we have fought and bled for and' that Is dearer to us even than some kinds of public offices. - i "Therefore, I, William G. Gallup, be ing of sound mind and body, do set apart, designate and specify Novem ber 2...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

THE MADISONIAN Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Grant E. Iilly, - Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky.; under the Act of March 3, 1879. Srant S. illy, jlnna 2. jSiilg, - - Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. Six Months Three Months One Month.. IN ADVANCE. .$1.00 . .60 . .35 . .15 Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. Grant E. Lilly, Editor Tell your friends about our paper. TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1913. RATS One of the greatest plagues af fecting the community at large is the plague of rats. The old black rat has almost disappeared, .but in his place has 'come a larg er and stronger animal of the gray species. " , The damage done annually by these rodents runs into many millions. There has been no well directed, concentrated, united, effort on the part of the public to rid itself of this nuisance. It is true that individuals from time to time make isolated, sporadic efforts to extinguish the pest from their h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

T H E M AD ISO N I A N SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of the Flyins Heart ranch are .'heartbroken over the loss of their much--prized phonogTaph 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. Wallingford Speed, cheer leader at Tale, and Culver -Covington, lnter-colleglate 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 Covingrton, 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 Tale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as an athlete, to race against the Centipede man. The -cowboys join in the appeal to Wally. and fearing that Helen will find him out, he -consents. He insist, however, that he shall be entereck as an unknown, figuring that Covington will arrive in tim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 November 1913

1 1 Left Over Fom Last Week Federal Court 7 WHY NOT TRY THE . - . " . ... Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Experienced Men Courteous Treatment Free Stalls for Teams Prompt Payment Our Auctioneer is unsur- passed, and we are in a , position to guarantee sat isfaction in every respect D. B. McKINNEY Groceries, Queensware, Feed, Salt, Poultry Feed, AND Suppli lies of All Kinds ' Two Phones, 35 & 42. Prompt Delivery. Grocery, W. MainSt. Federal Court which has been in session here for the last week has finally adjourned Many small moonshine cases were dis posed of in a rapid way by the Court Judge Cochran had before him the celebrated Railroad tax suits, and many different plans were sudmitted to him hy the railroad company by which the Court could arrive at the value of the railroad property. We under stand that Judge Cochran did not adopt any of the plans but that he ha left the matter to the rail road companies and proper tax ing board, with the hope that they will arrive at a just and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

' f""-"""" 'iWWjIM M ll lBft. Hin.lMUllt . mm 4 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1913. NUMBER 48. . : ' ' v- l r ' ' : ' r ,. : : r . . -. - : : : 1 1 1 : : : 14 I - General News The Garrard Circuit Court is in session. Ex-president Roosevelt is at Santiago, Chile. The Kentucky brewers held a meeting last week at Newport, Ky. ,,f-;;- , :.: The Big Burley Tobacco Ware housem Lexington, Ky., will be open both day and night. William Sallee, aged 74,-a well known man in Jessamine county, is dead after a long illness. J." C. Browder, candidate for Congress in Russellville district, is dangerously ill of peritonitis. John T. Hedges sold a farm of 343 acres on Cain Ridge pike in Bourbon county for $135 an acre. After the first of January, Har ry Giovanolli will be the manag ing editor of the Lexington Lead er. . A car of minnows' have been delivered at Winchester for dis tribution in the streams of that county. Homer Arvine was throw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

THE MADISON IAN 10 PEACE UflTIL HUERTA LETS GO USURPED POWER President Says in Message Pres tige of Dictator Is Crumbling . and End Is Near. .', WANTS MONEY BILL PASSED Urges Enactment of Legislation to Make Farming a More Efficient Business. LET SHERMAN LAW STAND iPrlmary Elections for Selection of , Candidates for Presidency Urged Ultimate4ndependence of Phil-.... Ipplnes an Obligation Dou y ble Duty Toward Alaska Employers' Liability. Washington, Dec. 2. The following is President Wilson's complete mes sage delivered to congress today: - In pursuance of my constitutional -duty to "give to the congress informa tion of the state of the Union." I take the liberty of addressing you on sev ral matters -which ought, as it seems to me, particularly to engage the at tention of your honorable bodfes, as cf all who study the welfare cf the nation. I shall ask your indulgence if I ven ture to depart in some degree from the usual custom of setting before you An formal review the many matters...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all news items.' Invalids Galore Richmond has had quite a par ty of invalids at the Mt. Jackson Sanitarium, at Indianapolis. Mr. R. B. Terrill, Judge W. R. Shack elford. Judge H. C. Rice, G. Mur ray Smith, William Snyder, Bur ton Roberts, Abner Long and R. VV. Long composed; the party. These springs are under the man agement of Mrs. May Clift, who is the niece of our popular County Court Clerk, R. B. Terrili. . The parties have returned much ben efited from their outing. i r Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor oo- Mrs. Scott, Dead Mrs. Jessie Scott, wife of Judge J. Percy Scott, died last Thurs day and the interment was in the Lexington cemetery Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Scott was a woman of rare worth and wide influence in her community, and her loss is mourned by a host of friends. -oo- FOR RENT For 1914, a residence at corner of Fou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

THE M A D IS O N I A N - y KENTUCKY FEEDING STUFFS LAV PREVENTION OF ADULTERATION Great Protection To the Farmer and ConsumerEnormous v Sum of $3,500,000 Required Annually For Commer cial Feeds How To Buy and Use Feeds (J. D. Turner, Feed Control Division, The quality of feeding stuffs has been under governmental control, in the European countries for a good many years, but not until recently, or comparatively so, has it been neces sary for this country to enact laws regulating the manufacture' and ,ale of these commodities. Practically every state in the union has a com mercial feeding stuffs law, varying considerably in their requirements, due largely to conditions peculiar to each state. , - The Law of Kentucky. , , . The feeding stuffs law of Kentucky was passed in 1906 and carries in its provisions the following objects: First. To have all feeding stuffs Bold or offered for sale within the state registered under a guaranty and truly labeled so the consumer may know the characte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

0 O HIGH CASTE BOSTONIAN. Let no one doubt that noble bloodl may run m ine vein 3 oi me numoieBi of us! She was a wiry little nine-year-old of the "south end and he was her tall, lachrymose newphew of five, with long curls that tumbled -weakly over his shoulders. At last someone could endure it no longer and boldly ask the question. ."Why," she demanded, "does cot Oscar have his- hair cut? It might snake him more manly." And then, even before August spoke, the questioner qalled under the glance that was cast at her. It was In. a frigid voice truly worthy of blue blooded Boston that August tossed out her answer: 'The Jaconburgs," she said in the manner of one .who condescends wear ily, "do not cut the hair until the sev enth year!" Boston Journal. - METHOD. Victim What makes-you keep on asking me If the razor hurts? I've said yes three times, - and it - hasn't inade any difference. Barber No; I was merely trying my razors out-to see which of 'em wants honing. - - ' The Sensation. Upo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

Till? v IT A HI Q AWT A W iiiu limiioumiii ; Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Grant L Lilly, - - - - Owner Entered as secondlass matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky, under the Act of March 3, 1879. . SrantS. illg, . - ' - - - Sditor jlnna 2). J2illy, - - Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.. .... $1.00 Six Months .60 Three Months... T 35 One Month . .15 IN ADVANCE. Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters Grant E. Lilly, Editor Tell your friends about our paper. TUESDAY, DEC. 2, 1913. 'The new City Council will be inducted into office the first Tues day in December. If we remember aright they take a solemn oath to uphold law and order and do the best possible for Richmond. If they take this oath and have the correct idea, we believe they will put all purely personal consid ations behind them and select the best-fitted men for the various places. This thing of imagining that public office is a private snap instead of a public trust has been the ...

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

A-'MONEY-SAVING": fill : OFFER , Positively the -BIG-G-EST Value of Y Standard Publications Ever -Offered LESS THAN HALF PRICE ... The Madisonian, weekly one yearv $1,00 The Weekly Enquirer. one year 1.00 Farm News, monthly .one year Woman's World, monthly. , . . one year Poultry Success, monthly one year Farm and Fireside, semi-monthly one year - . Regular value $3,50 Remember that The Madisonian prints each year three $1.50 books making total you get of $3.00, all for $1.60. .25 .35 .50 .50 OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICE FOR ALL SIX, ONE YEAR, v 0N3LY SlJ80 You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above. You could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a remarkably low price. You get all your home news, a high-class metropolitan weekly, a popular Jarm monthly, a leading woman's magazine, the best poultry magazine published and the world's greatest semi-monthly farm magazine. This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. ff you are already a s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

n r"'- ' -'"r-r. 1,, - - 1 11 A MONEY-SAVIN T7 0 rep . Positively the -BIGG-EST Value of Standard Publications Ever- Offered - LlgSS THAN HALF PRICE The Madisonian, weekly. . . one year $1.00 The Weekly Enquirer . . ..... .... .one year 1.00 Farm News, monthly . . , . ... . . one year .25 Woman's World, monthly . , . . . . . one year .35 Poultry Success, monthly. . . . . ... . . . .one year .50 Farm and Fireside, semi-monthly. ....... .one year .50 Regular value . $3,50 Remember that The Madisonian prints each year three $1.50 books making total you get of $&00, all for $1.60. OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICE FOR ALL SK, ONE YEAR, You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above. You could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a remarkably low price. You get all your home news, a high-class metropolitan weekly, a popular .farm monthly, a leading woman's magazine, the best poultry magazine published and the world's greatest semi-monthly farm magazine. Thi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

!g- BY THE PRESIDENT (CONTINUED.) Hamilton held witn wami a national government. Congress Indifferent. He had been born, and bred as a lad, In the West Indies, and had never received the local pride of any colony state into his blood. He had served with the army, too, in close intimacy with Washington, and. though twenty five years his captain's junior, had seen as clearly as he saw the deep hazards of a nation's birth. , , The congress was indifferent. If not hostile, to1 the measures which the ad dress proposed; and the states would have acted on the call as slackly as be fore, had not the winter brought with It something like . a threat of social revolution, and fairly startled them out of their negligent humor. The Rebellion of Shays, The central counties of Massachu setts broke into violent rebellion, un der one Shays, veteran of the Revolu tion not to reform the government, but to rid themselves of it altogether; to shut the courts and escape the pay ment of debts and taxes. T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

.... .-,- vut.i-.-.'-wxni mJm w THE . MA DISONIAN mW J B X: T M mm f KCZJ TE BLAZED TffAJL COPYR 1912, THT CHAPTER I. The Owner of New York. Percy Darrow, a young man of sclen Elflc training, indolent manners, effem inate appearance, bidden energy, and absolute courage, lounged through the loors of the Atlas Building. Since "his rescue from the volcanlo island "that had witnessed the piratical mur--der of his old employer. Doctor Scher merhorn, the spectacular dissolution of the murderers, and his own impris onment In a cave beneath the very Toar of an eruption, he had been nurs ling his shattered nerves back to their oiorraal strength. Now he felt that at last he. was able to go to work again. "Therefore, he was about to approach .-a man of influence among practical -scientists, from whom he hoped fur ther occupation. As the express elevator shot upward, ie passed a long slender hand across 2ils eyes. The rapid motion confused liim still. The car stopped, and the -metallic gates cl...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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