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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

flrust I Thi ank& iiftera National Stat B l Co AG H 2; A. Co Calk Pu Klos Pe 2; O. Bank Capital $150,000.00 : 'N s3 Co ' Ht G.N Co Cora Pu sie 4 Pe 2; Mi 4 Co A.' Capital $100,000 A. R. BURNAM, President J. S. BOGGS, Vice-President J. E. GREENLEAF, Cashier Surplus $25,000.00 J. A. Sullivan, President H. B. Hanger, Vice- President R. E. Turley, Cashier IKcimiiiiiccI WW Santa Claus Has Been Here I TTHIS paper , will ! x eventually be j your family paper. i WHY NOT NOW? ONLY $1.00 PER YEAR We thank you very cordially for your past favors and trust to merit them in the future. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all. 4r&$ M Ot f 3MhV -sHI IfllrM 1 iWl l In fcS lev II , MISS MOLLIE POWERS MODISTE GENERAL REPAIRING YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED OVER W. D. OLDHAM'S STOKE T. 0. Broaddus Fresh - and - Cured MEATS AND Groceries Let Us Furnish Your Table Next Year Try our flat work list for your family wash. It is Cheaper Than a Wash-woman and always proves more satisfactory. No...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

Studged Print VOLUME KENTUCKY Is In the Middle of a Bad Fix Financially. OWES THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Kentucky is in the middle of a very, very bad fix, financially. In addition to the two and one half million debt shown by its own books, it owes the Federal Governmeut over one million dollars. In 1836 the Federal Govern ment distributed .among the states many million dollars on the promise of the states to repay it. But Kentucky and some other states have forgotten to do so. Now the Government is remind ing them that pay day has come. Hit demands interest on its debt the claim will amount to nearly six millions. Several years ago Kentucky demanded of and was paid an old debt by the Federal Govern ment It was., barred by limita tion but was paid all the same. Will Kentucky do like wise? Here Is a statement of our debt: The condition of the State Treasury at the close of business on November 30, as reported Tuesday, follows: Sinking fund, $79,382.47; school fund, $273,434. 77; general...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

VOLUME I. , RICHMOND j KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1913. NUMBER 51. KENTUCKY Is In the Middle of a Bad Fix Financially. OWES THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Kentucky is in the middle of a very, very bad fix, .financially. In addition to the two and one half million debt shown by its own books, it owes the Federal Governmeut over one million dollars. . In 1835 the Federal Govern ment distributed . among the states many million dollars on the promise of the states to repay it. But Kentucky and some other states have forgotten to fin r Now the Government is remind ing them that oav dav has come. If it demands interest on its debt the claim will amount to nearly six millions. Several years ago Kentuckv demanded of and was paid an old debt bv the Federal Govern ment It was., barred by limita tion but was paid all the same. Will Kentucky do like wise? Here is a statement of our debt: The condition of the State Treasury at the close of business on November 30. as reported Tuesday, follows: Sin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

T H E MAD I S OjN IAN M. I I 5 ( ) 1 ; W you s Phoi ' - ialty. ' IIUEHTA GETS LOAM OF FOM BANKS Financial Group With Hefadquar- ters at Paris Gives Aid to Mexican Government. ZAPATA ISSUES A THREAT Rebel Leader Declares' It His Interv tion to Hang Provisional President and Blanquet as Traitors, Cab-, int to Be Shot. Mexico City, Dec. 22. Arrest of many prominent Mexicans was or dered by the government qu v the' charge that they were plotting with the revolutionists to betray the capi tal Among those seized was Juan Pedro Didaph, former consul at Richmond, Va. " ' . Paris, Dec. 22. The underwriting by an international group of bankers of-A loan to the Mexican government, sufficient to meet the bond interest payments falling due in January, was arranged through the Banque de Paris et des Pays Bas. The group is composed of Paris, Lon don and New York bankers, and in cludes Speyers of New York. The Paris banks will not advance more than their proportionate share of the amount underwritt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

THEM A DI SON I A N SPIO RISE Sir Rufus Isaacs' Failure as Broker Made Him Lawyer Spectacular Career of Man Who Is now Lord Chief Justice of Eng land Able Advocate but Not Much on Debate. ' London Sir Rufus Isaacs, the new lord chief justice, is a surprising man. says a. London "writer.. To start one's' career by making a sad hash of things on the stock exchange and to finish as lord chief justice of England every generation a few people achieve careers as remarkable and there is nothing out of the way in a man's be coming a lord chief justice if his in clinations are of that kind. But of those who rise to eminence few have pursued so incalculable a path. Less - than a year ago there was a quite con siderable demand for his expulsion from public life; today he sits su preme over Britain' judges. Sir Rufus' early experiences on the stock exchange before he e'mbraced the more lucrative profession of poli tics and the bar, were entirely to his credit as a man. If unflattering to his ab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

v It WHY I ATTEND CHURCH It is sweet on a summer's morning when the air is aquiver with the love songs of the birds and fragrant with the odor of roses blown, to hear the music of the churchgoing bells, an invitation to the world-wearied to enter God's temple and find peace, because the Instinct of worship is In the heart of man and the church is the temple of the living God. I go to church because I find there, that peace which De Quincy described as a resting from human labors, a Sabbath of repose, a respite granted from the secret burdens of the heart; as if I stood at a distance and aloof from the uproar of life; as if the tumult and fever of strife were suspended; as if there brooded over me a dovelike and halcyon calm. I go to church because I love the music that'I hear there, the mighty roll of the great organ, mingled with the marvelous symphonies of that divine stringed instrument, the human voice, untwisting all the chains that tie the hidden soul of harmony. . - I go to c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

y n ' p ,o r I I ' ffl'v o O 5ft Uj lll III II MlUlf 1 V We are enabled to offer during the months of January and February the following wonderful combinations: MADISQNIAN WITH Daily Courier-Journal one year $4.00 " u 4.00 Daily Louisville Times , - AJso Tine IMIaaliscisjrdisoi. With Weekly Enquirer . With Daily Cincinnati Post' With Daily Louisville Herald $1.35 3.50 3.25 With Daily Evening Post . . $3.70 With Sunday's Lexington Leader . 2.00 With Daily Lexington Herald . . 6.00 Call and see ourl Premiums r I The Madisbnian will eventually be your family paper A M ONEY-SAVSNQ CfllilATlM OFFER THERE'S CHARACItK AND UL'ALilY j IN THE CALLING CARDS WE PRODUCE i AND THE PRICES ARE" RIGfi! GOOD STATIONERY Is an Introduction lu itself and Makes a First Impression That Is Valuable. iCall and See What We Can Do For You In This Line. Positively the BIG-G-EST Value of " . Standard Publications Ever Offered LESS THAN HALF PRICE The Madisonfan, weekly . .............. . .one year $1.00 The Wee...

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

ft THE MAN WHO KNEW SANTA CLAUS BEST 3?: A & 22 VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS 'Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds While visions of sugarplums danced through their heads; And Mama in her kerchief and I in my cap Had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap; When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter. Away to the window I fled like a flash, Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash; The moon on the breast of the new fallen snow Gave the lustre of mid-day to objects below, When what to my wondering eyes should appear But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer, With a little old driver so lively and quick I knew in a moment it must be Saint Nick. ; More rapid than eagles his coursers they came, And he whist...

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

Sludged Print c ' ' - " ' ' CHRISTMAS BANQUET One of the very jolliest gatherings of thei ter Mrs- Turley, Telephone all social news to 638. - Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor MISS BENNETT'S BRIDGE . Miss Helen Bennett entertained the Married Ladies Bridge on Tuesday after noon; the hours passed most pleasantly and the prizes were awarded Misses Lucia Burnam and Mollie Fife. i CHRISTMAS GERMAN The Christmas German will be danced on Friday evening December twenty-sixth at Masonic Temple and will be led by Mr. Edwin Stockton and Miss Mary B. Smith. The affair promises Xo be unusually pretty and will be much enjoyed as a large num ber of our young people are at home for the Holidays. . ? . PARRISH -COSBY A wedding which came as a surprise to .their many friends was that of Miss Annie Cosby and Mr. John Parrish of this city. which occurred in Lexington on Wednes dayv; TheJHide is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cosby and the groom is the son of Mrr Pete Parrish, both of this place. The yo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

SJV " C2 ' ILLUSTRATED y M.G.KETTNER not forbidden she had him, but it T7ATERBY remarked to his wife: "I'm still For had she not forbidden -Z&!2vremnter1 hv thaf sftf n'f "Prv T' saw it in him tn hnv a ff.w hnnkft fnr ci n itxnsa - - - w- j. A(a4the window today, marked down to fifteen himself ? Well, no, vsCv "r: :j nr txr-xt l icai &cuu avxijs. vvcucruv, Pmnh'nn if cfVmrJ f r hirr believe I'll have to get it"$ 5wt& firmly opposed to the purchase M fou, Alfred," she said. "You have of Poe. Mr. Waterby won- X. dered if it were possible .thatrT77 I know I have, my dear, but I haven't any set of Poe; he was iust beeinnine: to VJ vl cn vi uiaio vvuai a uit vvcuiuiig iui a iung uiuvt u9 jvuuw ma vvub vvao ouvs l IZjL eHifinn T wa; fellintr vnn nhnnt is Vv.antifii11v crrSttfin tin." selfish wnman at hfir-? AAiiSC! Oh, I wouldn't buy it, Alfred," she repeated, and she complacent and good- 5bfS?J'W &"Yes-I 2? I wouldn't if I were you so many books now there was a note of pl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

:- " - ' . :,y - V - THE MA D IS O N I A N . ; o 0 , Q 6 . "'' "" .'II, 1 11 I ! , I.. . I,-! I I . M.I.I ! I I - Siie $nacf ow of )Sairfy ..f "William Gerard Chara-ran .1 . V aorfkiOKT-wig ' yK w HEW! it, bites like a No. 2 Newhouse trap," grumbled Pa Schoon maker. rlriains' the set. tin'rroom door against the icy blast and rubbing his tingling cheeks. . He stamped his feet before the stove in which, the hickory was burning with such a roar of comfortable warmth, as almost to drown the shrill whistling of the December wind outside the farm house. 1 . "Hello, what's the matter with Her bie?" The youngest of his three boys, 'a tiny misshapen child who had suf f ered a boyhood of pain and deformity since his nurse had dropped him in his baby days, was huddled in the cor ner beside the woodbox crying silent ly, except when an uncontrollable sob shook his thin little frame. . "Been teasing you have they? I'll tease them with, a stove-length, I will. Can't have anything like this the nie...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

! t. mnmii Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Gftnt E. LiLly, - - - - Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Kyi., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Srant S. J2illy, jlnna 2). Hilty, SdHor Social Sditor -SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Months .60 Three Months .... 35 One Month . i .15 IN ADVANCE. GRANT E. LILLY ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW OFFICE 138 Second St RICHMOND, KY. TUESDAY, DEC. 23, 1913. TO OUR PATRONS With this issue we reach the finish of our first year of journal ism in Richmond. Many years -ago, we had some limited exper ience in this work, and some few months before launching the Madisonian we started the Es till Tribune at Irvine, Ky., which paper is still in a flourishing con dition at that point In this first year of our experi ence in this city we have had much to learn, both theoretically and practically. The result of our experience is that we have learned that writing and publish ing a newspaper , is the hardest ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

T H ;M A P I SON I A N 9 LT. ' '' . ' ':( , . SI. IIOLiDAYSmSIAmU Christmas Ranks First in the MincJs of the Island People. An Interesting Medley of Little Folks of Many Races and From Many Lands Participate in the Joy ful Yule-Tide Celebrations. By KATHERINE POPE. A S in all other Christian lands, Christmas is the greatest of f the many holidays in Hawaii. To realize the importance of the religious festival as compared with others I will mention a few of the others first - " ' The birthday of Kamehameha III., on the seventeenth of March, is cele brated by a display of bunting and the wearing of gay Ieis (wreathe) of flow ers. Decoration day is made much of, by both the white and the brown folk Kamehameha day, June eleventh, is a big day with the natives, a day in honor of their great king, Kamehame ha I., sometimes styled the Napoleon (1 sit i VJSiJv .IL IT? i - IfV.J XM At.-.-. Jr., Otf yiMB . .-.V. V Vrt m Si 51 i Christmas Tree of Hawaii. of Hawaii. July Fourth, which now has do...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

Smudged Print ) f f liippiiil Vl PVTISS STORY or TSIE TTSKST KESI3I2HxNSA f ;: ' t BY THE PRESIDENT-' .I i V (CONTINUED.) v ." V It was, no dount, "a novelty, la, the history of society to see. a great peo- ; tle turn a calm and scrutinizing, eye . upon itself," as the people of. Amer- v. lea had doner" "to see it carefully- ex amine .. the' extent of i thel evil" - into which ..disunion ' and disorder', had brought it;, "patiently ;. wait- for two . years until a remedy was. discovered;" . and at last voluntarily, adopt a ; new - Order and government "without, hav-r Ing wrung a tear or a drop of' blood . from mankind." Overcome by - Responsibility. - But Washington knew that the j. praise deserved for such mastery and self-possession" would be short-lived enough if the new government should i fail or be discredited. It was the overpowering thought -. that he himself would be chiefly re sponsible for its success or failure . that shook his nerves as he stood . there at the beginning...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

rVv. r?Vr r -r Z3 no I no u (c n nt W j "Z3 w- For more than a quarter of a century you have complimented us with your custom and we feel a great interest in you and your welfare. We incite you to visit our store for the ensur g year. Our derks are polite ancagreeable and will tike pleas ure in seing that you are properly served. I His Christmas Eve Dream 1 - 111 x-n 4- -i -i 4- v v OV We he led for twehty-tive years ana we win cunuuuc lu uu du. We will all of our pktrons in the city, county and elsewhere a Christmas irid a most prosperous incw xcm. F7 8 8 9 Our Stock will be kept full and com plete in every de partment with goods of the latest g styles and best qual ity, and prices will be consistent with prudent business. g Happy, Happy 1 Li Li LJ v

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 December 1913

' ! I ; - t V; A 1 :;j I- i 1 Jt in i ' - MM l I v ' I r. ! v : ' '. ! i v ) !; 1. v.. ii wO;...., 4 & 'r- i . . J- v-; r ' . ........ " :. ,! " I ' 'Hrr i nn,:n:l I l I J ! n if1 " i " - I V I i 1 jO MY friends and patrons I present the compliments of the Season. I thank you for your liberal patron age of the past. I shall continue to carry a complete stock of the latest patterns and best goods that can le obtained. one and all a Merry Christmas I wish you and a Happy New Year. rr- n nn n tn 'rz r 9 "HOJIE OF GOUll CLOTHES Corner 2nd and fV2ain Streets I "t7 X (.. i . 0 i h i - I ; t ; 5f 5 'IT v i i M i r i- A 0 i V'-.v

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 January 1914

volume if RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TITESD AY, JANUARY 6, 1914. NUMBER O: General News Winchester may make an effort to have one of the Regional banks located there. " .Nick Hadden, of the real estate firm of Hadden & Lane, died at Mt. Sterling last Tuesday. The first time in more than a century the New Year's reception at the Whitehouse was omitted. The strike among the miners in Michigan has been broken and most of them have returned to work. The First National Bank at Paris, Ky., has applied for mem bership under the new currency system. ' The controversy between the Central Record and the Interior Journal is waxing warm and has reached the five column stage. Geo. L. Lyne has taken his po sition as stamp deputy of Jessa mine county. He is one of the leading democrats of that county. Mr. Robt. Penn, formerly of Paris, who bought a farm in this county near Richmond, -has sold the same and will probably return to Bourbon county. At Sari Francisco the young people danced out the old ye...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 January 1914

-,.'.'- : THE M A D I SO N I A N .-:;. - ' - "- 1 " ' INTEREST TURNS TO LEGISLATION mXny proposed laws await 'action by the kentucky , -assembly. RAILROAD BILL IS IN LIST Child Labor, Tax Reform and School System Prominent Among Subjects of Measures Prepared Which Affect the Public Generally. tBy Ernest V. Helm.) Frankfort, Ky. With preliminaries to the session of the general assembly disposed of, public interest has shifted to a flood of legislation which already has been .written into bills. Proposed measures that attract early attention cover a wide variety of subjects. Em braced in the list are bills extending The authority of the railroad commis sion; providing for state control of the traffic in stocks and bonds; pre scribing more stringent regulations for motor Vehicles; increase in the state saloon license; abolishing third-class certificates for school teachers;' exact ing a license from veterinarians; fur ' ther regulating child labor; changing the method of forfeiting pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 January 1914

Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Miss Marie Louise Kellogg gave a tea at Masonic Temple on Monday last to Miss Yeager. t m. Mrs. J. G. Bosley entertained a few friends on New Years day at her home on theSummit. . ' H - S The young people enjoyed a storm party and dance at the home of Mr. James Dykes Jr. on Wednesday evening. r. Mr. Curt Bennett entertained Saturday evening in honor of Miss Yeager, who has been the guest of Miss Jamie Caperton. m. t ? Miss Elath Buchanan entertained with a pretty dinner on Friday evening in hon- Mrs. Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler The World's Greatest Woman Pianist. Mrs. Zeisler will give a recital at the Normal Chapel on Friday evening, Jan. 16. This is doubt less the greatest opportunity that has come to Richmond in her his tory to hear at home the best of the world's music. Many of our music lovers would gladly go to Cincinnati or Louisville, at con siderable expense, for the same opportunity. Mrs. Zeisler plays for us in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 January 1914

THE MADISON I. A N ooat IN this valley of life, on each side of resolve to walk onward, taking the helping any one whom you will meet on SUPPOSE your life is in the home. Resolve to make that home brighter and better for your presence. Do not spoil the happiness of life that Is levery human being's heritage. Rather add to the joy of the hearth, so that jwhen you go, never to pass this way again, a loving thought will be your (meet. IT AVE you children? Then remember that once you were young. Be jfl kind to them. Never let It be said that you needlessly turned a child's Slaughter to tears. v IP YOU have gossiped either over the back fence or over the tea cups, here is your opportunity to make a change for the better. Of course you can not recall the unkind word that has gone on with snowball proclivities, growing to unrecognizable proportions. But you can resolve to, guard your tongue and to think twice before you speak once. EACH day read one beautiful thought, do one beautiful deed...

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