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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 December 1913

m mm i i i m:urmmwTm?r'tw WHY NOT TRY THE Personal Phone 638 or 791 for all personal items rr ! i Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Experienced Men Courteous Treatment Free Stalls Tor Teams Prompt Payment ' i . : ' . - 1 ' Our Auctioneer is unsur passed, and we are in a position to guarantee sat isfaction in every respect HI ' : ! ' li! s2 illll : "TTTmi D. B. RIcKINS!EY Groceries, Queensware. Feed, Salt, Poultry Feed, AND Supplies of All Kinds Two Phones, 35 & 42. Prompt Delivery. Grocery, W. Main St. I'Hil Got tlae Floris MRS. PRESCOTT had just heard of the illness of a dear friend. She was about to leave town that morning for an extended trip. There was no time to Cu i Turning to the telephone, she got the florist and ordered a choice selection of roses sent with her card to the address of the invalid. Without, the telephone she would have been unable to do this little act of kindness.- ? Miss Sue Woods, of Stanford, was the guest of friends in this city last week. Miss Jane D. Stock...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

f f . UT1 in A NEWSPAf ER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE . , ... . . VOLUME I. HICHMONI), KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1913. NUMBER 40 General News The differences between the government and the New Haven Railroad is expected to be settled at an early date. LH, Whittaker. of Jackson, was fined $131 and thirty days in jail in the police court in Lexing ton for assaulting Dr. Julian Estill. The late reports of the flooded district of Central, Texas brought the death list up to thirteen and added new stories of suffering in the strfcken district. Congressman Harvey Helm is still confined to his home in Stan ford, a serious attack of rheuma tism having kept him from Washington for several weeks. Aigrettes will not be admitted to the United States either on hats or detached according to final ruling sent to all collectors last week. Game birds will be admit ted with feathers, but the feathers must be destroyed. The strike of 15,000 men and women employes of the General Electric Company cam...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

THE MADISONIAN TEST VALIDITY OF AMENDMENT WOULD RESTRAIN GOVERNOR 'ROM DECLARING TAX CLAS SIFICATION CARRIED. ELECTION CALLEO TOO LATE Unlets Validity It Established by Court, General Attembly May Not Enact Law. T flcin Nrwspaptr Union Nj Service. frank fort. Suit was filed In the Franklin circuit court by State Sena-to.-elcct G. (1. Spcer to test the valid It) of the flection adopting the con si 'tut lonal amendment, which provide lor the classifi ration of property for .purposes of taxation. The petition prays for an Injunction, restraining Gov. McCreary from Issuing a procla mation, declaring that the amendment las been adopted. The petition, which viis prepared by Representative El wood Hamilton and Attorney James Andrew Scott, questions the validity ot the adoption because the secretary of state did not call the election until sixty days prior to the date of the elec tion, when the constitution requires that It be called not later than ninety Ua before the election day. Both Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

Church Notes Dr. D. H. Scanlon is visiting in Meridian, Miss., for a few days. Rev. C. K. Marshall will preach on Sunday at II o'clock at Mt. Pleasant About $334, was made by the Ladies Aid of 'the Christian Church at the Bazaar on Satur day. Rev. W. H. Hopper, of Burn side, Ky., supplied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church on last Sabbath. The Girls Guild of the Presby terian church will hold a food and fancy article sale at Bennett & Higgins on next Saturday. The meeting at the Christian Church ended on Friday evening with 28 additions. It was a splendid series of ser vices and all were loath to part with Mr. Ellis and Mr. Charlton whose beautiful singing charmed the hearts of all. Dr. Samuel D. Boggs, a noted Presbyterian preacher, died at Danville last Thursday and was buried there Friday. He, was pas tor of the Presbyterian church at Cattlettsburg for 20 years, but at the time of his death he was superintendent of evangelistic work. The services at the Christian Church la...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

THE MADIS. ONIAN floriiculiarc! LADYBUGS TO DESTROY APHIS Capture of Bugs In California It IntM sting Industry Gathered and Sent to lnsectory. (By MRS. A. JQ8KPH. California.) The rapturing of ladybuga to kill aphis. Is a very interesting Industry, In this state. During tbe early win ter months, the miners are always on the lookout (or the ladybuga, and they. In turn, notify the State Entomolog ist, and he has thorn gathered and sent to the state lnsectory. The bugs are gathered up, whlla they are off guard, and thrown Into runny-Backs. Then, they are trans ported by pack-train, over the snow, to the station, from which place, they are forwarded by train. Humbug Canyon is a favorite place for the ladybuga. When the canyon fills up with snow, in the winter, and thoro Is no more food, they foregath er in the higher places, where there are great bunches of moss. The warmth of their bodlea is conserved. In this way. The little fellowa on the outside worm their way inward, and when I hey...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

THE MADISONIAN mm- to- FIXING THK BLAME. "Auntie, when you mere a young girl were you very prettyT" "Yes, my child, very pretty." "Were you popularT" "Oh, yes, very popular. 1 was the belle of the neighborhood." "Didn't any young men ever come I to call on you?" "Oh. yes, my dear. Lots of them." "Then, auntie, why Is It that you never married?" "Nobody ever proposed to me, my dear." "Why not?". "I don't know. But I've often thought It must have been the high cost of living that snared the young men off In those days." What's In a Nam. Mike, one of the unemployed, was told of a vacancy, and went to apply for the Job. After he had answered a number of questions, the employer asked, "What's your name?" "MacGonlgal, sorr." "Spell It." "Mo no!" Mo a- g." Mike stuck. but tried again. "M a g a Ach, to blazes wld yo: Y can keep yer otild Job." JUST LIKE HER. "I didn't know that you lived on the first floor. I understood your wife to say that you lived on the second floor." "If you knew my w...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

"vr.- -r THE MADISONIAN PuMUhre' Each T mrtmy at Rlrhmmxi, Ky. kr . Grant E. Lilly. Owner France. All French bachelors and spinsters over 30 years of I age are to be subject to an in- I crease of 20 rer cent on the in ' come tax imposed by the Entered a (wcoml cla matter January bill now Under Consideration, Un- 22. mx t tht pnrt oiticc at Kjcbmonj. I jcss tncy nave at cast three per- Ky., under the Act of March 3. 18(9. I , ' . .. , sons dependent upon them. Qr,t S. Any. Sditor VVith as many pretty girls as 9... t .- . . A.- Rjimm can be found In Richmond and Death of Mr. Oldham SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Month Three Month 35 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. Madison county, no man should be single. i Give the bachelors six months i to end their state of wretched i ness. Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. Grant E. Lilly, Editor Tell your friend about our paper. WRITE PLAINLY TUESDAY, DEC. 9, 1913. PULL TOGETHER The following excerpts from the pen of T. Sanders Orr, of the H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

THE MADISONIAN 1 kSAJ TE BLAZED TPAL. ' KfP" CQMJUfiOfS ffOUSZETr.ETV. ItCuSTESATKD BffiCARx&BD$T SMITH. YNOPSIft. Pmr Tferrow. a young scientist In tanarrh of a loh, entera the office of Bom" McCarthy of New Tork. Mc Carthy ha Juet been threatened j an anonymoua mmuiare ordering- him to flea -to Europe. Ho does not tak tha mrs wr eerlouety. narrow oes up tha levator to try for a position with Dr. Knox. Suddenly the electric apparatus In tha Atlaa building- m out of buel neee. Expert are unable to locate tha trouble. All at once, without apparent ron, electric connection are reetored. The next evening- McCarthy Is warned -that unleat he leavea at once for Europe - sign will be cent him at tlx. Prompt ly at that hour the entire electric appara--tua of New Tork la cut off. CHAPTER IV. Darkness and Panle. Probably tha only men In the whole -of New Tork who accepted promtly and unquestlonlngly tha (act that the -entire electrical apparatui of the city was paralyzed were those In the...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 December 1913

New Linotype The Harrodsburg Herald which is a most excellent paper has bought a fine linotype and will install the same at once. 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 i ne tieraiu nas issued a mam moth edition of 16 pages, a large part of which was nothing but advertisements, which speaks well for the prosperity of the plant and the energy of the busi ness people of that city. Exchanges which come to our table show that the citizens of VA ill D. B. McKINNEY Groceries, Queensware, Feed, Salt, Poultry Feed, AND Supplies of All Kinds Two Phones, 35 & 42. Prompt Delivery. Grocery, W. Main St. sister cities use printers ink more liberally than our home people. oo We make a specialty of selling nothing but the best grades of Clover, Timothy, Clean Blue Grass, Orchard Crass, Red Feed and Seed Oats. Give us a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

(UTl in A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, I ) EC EM H Ell 1, HUH. NUMBEK no. P5 MAMSOMAN General News Claibourne Tharpc has been appointed, a deputy Sheriff of Estill county. Richard H. Durham, of Garrard county, died suddenly from ap poplexy last Friday. $20,000 in taxes in Lincoln county were failed to be paid be fore the .first of December. The Richmond Ice Company contemplates extensive improve ments in its plant at Irvine, Ky. The Governor's Mansion will be ready for occupancy before Xmas, and Gov. McCreary will give a reception. The Louisville Ministerial Asso ciation advise full publicty of all church works by advertisments in papers of the city. The Federal Government is distributing $2,500,000 among the different states for the purpose of aiding instruction in agriculture. Kentucky's share is $50,000, The L &. N. R-tilrood announ ces that it will equip its line with steel passenger coaches as fast as it can do so, and that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

THE MADISON IAN KY. GOOD ROADS ENGINEERING ILL BE TAUGHT AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY JANUARY 5 TO 7 INCLUSIVE. COURSE IN HIGHWAY BUILDING .Men f Highet Reputation Have Been i Scci.'red for Lectures to Engineer-1 ing Classes No Tuition Will Be : Asked of Students. '. f tein Npwsp.ipet' l ni'n X" Mervlee Lexington. Ky. S'ate University ill open a short course in highway iisir.eordis, January 5 to IT, 1914, for nu benefit of people who are Inter Med In the good roads problem of the -tate. No tuition will be required for his course and the expense outside of ailroad fare should not be over $10, 't is hoped by the university ollicials that every county engineer will take ilvantage of thi.-i opportunity to lui i;ove his education, and thereby bet- t the road conditions in his county. Meu who expect to become county en gineers or road builders should avail '(umsclves of this opportunity to pre ,ar for an examination before the Mat highway commissioner. Special .nstrv. -tions will be given to m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

t Practical Christian!? Dr. Quisenberry has an idea (hat if Christianity is not practical, it's worth very little. He believes that the gospel appeals to body, mind and soul. That the ministry of the church is three fold, and its mission is to minister to mans every need. Many have caught his spirit and are asking him to point out those who may be in ueed of help. The requests are so numerous, that he has decided to open the doors of his church for the receipt of food, clothing money and In fact any thing that may be used to relieve the poor and suffering. Many of the good people in the country have ex pressed a willingness to send dressed turkeys, hens and chick ens, meat etc One man has prom ised to, send a whole pig. Dr. Cuisenberry has asked the ladies of his church and congregation to help in this work. Donations of toys will be gladly received. Any clothing that may be altered will be gladly made over and placed where it will do most good. The gifts of the people will be caref...

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

THE MAD IS O N I A N pandpa If Is hzlfas A SANTA CLAUS GIFT ROSY HAGCERTY pulled the worn coat more closely about her frail form aa sue hurried out into the cheerless dawn of the raw December day. The little lame Bister Maggie crippled but always merry, the one bit of Bunshiue in the older sister's life, till lay asleep, blissfully unconscious f the pitiful struggle necessary in or der to procure the wherewithal to make life posible. The little sister had never walked, but the small room where she lived was kept as sunny bright as was possible, even when it meant that the older sister went oft- times hungry to bed. As she climbed wearily to the offices, grim and unbeautlful in the early morning light, and prepared for the rough work ahead, her mind reverted again and again to the question asked in such pleading voice. -"Sister Hosy, don't you think Kris mill bring ma a gold locket a heart-shaped one like MU Millie bad on the day she called r A gold locket! Rosy 'a care and sac rific...

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

THE M.ADISOfflAN MBIKLB "My boy." Mid Bulllngton nilger, tbe eminent speculator In stocks. "I Intend to do something this year that I have never dono before. I have never taken much stock In this Christ mas foolishness. It seems to me that people carry It to an absurd extreme; but, as I have said, I am going to break away from my custom this year. You sre helping to support your Wowed mother. are you not?" The boy who narked the quo tations up on the b 1 g blackboard made a strong . effort to conceal bis emotion as he answered: "Yes, sir. I al ways carry my earnings borne to her." "That is noble of you. You de serve the highest praiHO for your thoughtf u 1 n e s s. A mother who bus sucu a son should be very proud of kim, and I have no doubt that your mother fully appreciates your worth. What I start ed to pay a moment ago was that I In tend to do something to encourage you In your work something to prove to you that I wish you well and that, however cold I may have at times appeared...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

THE. MADISONIAN PuMMhrd Eack T at Rtrkmmai, Kv. kr Grant E. Lilly. ... Owner Entered at econd-cbs matter January 22. 1913, at the post office at Richmond Ky., under the Act of March 3. 1879. Srmnl S. Allf. Mat 3. jOilly. Sditor Sotial Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES r Year $1.00 Si Month 60 Three Montht .35 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. Telephone 659 for all Editorial matters. Grant E. Lilly, Editor Tell your friend about our paper. TUESDAY, DEC. 16, 1913. OUR GUARDIANS The new city council took the oath of office the first Monday and held its initial meeting last Thursday night week. It elected a competent corps of officers who will assist it in the administration of the city government. All of them have had experience in the management of affairs of the city. Our present Mayor, the new city attorney and chief of police will take their offices the first Monday in January. Mayor Rice succeeds himself. Our retiring Police Judge, Hon orable J. J. Greenleaf, who has held the office for the last e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

1 TV'VTinB tTORY OF Hit TIRST WtMWKiZ2kjt a. fi BY THE PRESIDENT (CONTINUED.) "W cannot, sir, do without 70a," cried Governor Johnton of Maryland, "and I and thonianda mors can plain to anybody but yourself why we cannot do without you." To maka any one elia preeldent. It teemed to men everywhere, would bo Ilka crowning a subject while the king waa by. Washington Hold Back. But Washington held back, aa ho had held back from attending the con Htltutlonal convention. He doubted his civil capacity, called himself an old man, said "It would be to forego re pone and domestic enjoyment for trouble, perhaps for public obloquy." "The acceptance," he declared, "would be attended with more diffi dence and reluctance than I ever ex perienced before in my life." Hut he was not permitted to de cline. Hamilton told hira that hi at tendance upon the constitutional con vention must be taken to have pledged him In the view of the errantry to take part also In the formatioa of the government. "In a m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

THE MAD'ISONIAN m , 7 w.- - .rv . ee r- 1 1. -rrla 1 T COPYRK?HlLl9ra. THriOBBS .MEBPILt commm. 'I SYNOPSIS. Perry narrow, a young eetenrlat In mrrh of Joh. antarti the offlca of "Bom" McCarthy of Now Tor. Uo Oarthy hu junt boon threat nod by an aoonyinoua niMMira ordering him to flee to Kurop. Ha doca not taka tho tnm- eerlonaly. D arrow oe up he eiavator to try for a position with Pr. Knox. Suddenly ' tha eleotrlo apparatue n tha Atlaa building worm ovt of busi ness. Experts ara unable to locate the trouble. All at oaoa. wlthoat apparent raaaon, a Ire trio connections ara restored. Tha nt rvenlne, McCarthy la warnad 'that unleaa he leaves at one for Kuropa a alien will ba sent hire at el. Prompt ly at that hour tha entire alaetrlo appara tua of New York to cut off. Peroy Dax tow thinks ba baa a eioe. CHAPTER V. Continue. "I could tell you exactly what must have happened," said he. "If the fail ure was complete. Never mind that Was the condition general, or only local? How far did ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 December 1913

PREMIUM LIST Third Annual Exhibition Madison County Poul try Show. of BARRIO PLYMOUTH HOCKS. Cook O. G. K loose, Georgetown, 1 11J J; A. C. Coffey, Lincoln county, 3; A a. Calloway, 4. Hen O. G. Klosae, 1; A. G. Calloway, I; A. C. Coffey, 3. Cockerel A C. CotTey, 1 and 4; A. G. Calloway, 2 and 3. Pullet A. G. Calloway, 1 and 3;0. G. Rlse, 3. Pen A. G. Calloway, 1; A. C. Coffey, 2; O. G. Kloue, 3. WRIT! RI4'KS. CockJ. C. Neff. 1; G. V. Dealher aee. 2 and 3; W. li. Jenkins, 4. Hen G. W. Deatherae: 1 and 4; J. 0. Neff, 2 and 3. Cockerel-J. C. Neff, 1 and 4: Nelion Oornelison, 2; G. W. Deathnraite, 3. Pullet J. C. Neff, land 2; Mrs. Bes sie Shearer, 3; G. V. Deaiheraire, 4. Pen G VV Deatheraite. 1; J. C. Neff, 2, Mrs. Beseie Shearer, 3: V. B; Jenkins, 4 BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Cock, Hen and Pullet Brown Buford, Ntoholasvllle, 1. WRIT WTANDOTTHft. Cock J. VT. Duncan, Nioholasvilla, 1; C. 8 Lyons, Stanford, I. Hen-rJ. W. Duncan, 1 and 1 Cockerel C. 8. Lyon, 1; J. W. Dun can, 3 and 3. Pullet ...

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

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