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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

7 BURNED TO DEATH AOtO WOMAN MEETS FATAL AC ClOENT WHILE CLEANINO CLOTHING. ttaaolin Ueed en Skirt Which Become Ignited and Flamee Envalop Mrs. Reaa Bafore Help ArHves. Wntm Newspaper Union Xtw Hervlre. Mt. Olivet Ky A moat dtstreshing accident occurred when Mra. Mary 8. Rose, 70, m burned to death. Mra. Rom had evidently attempted to clean a spot on liar clothing with gasoline. Tha skirt becoming Ignited, she at tempted to extinguish U. The flames attracted tha attention of Mm. C. H. Tomltn. with whom she lived. Tha door being fastened on the Inside, Mra. Tomlln bad aome difficulty In reaching Mra. Roaa. It was found she was en Tetoped In flame, and her deuth fol lowed aoon after the fire was extin guished. The lower part of her body waa burned almost to a crisp. LUMBER MEN MEET At State Convention Formation af Building and Lean Asaociationa Are Favored. Louisville,. Ky. With the announced intention of establishing building and loan associations in their home towns. for the uplift ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

From Our Exchanges. An Eye Opener Although bank deposits in Kentucky mount to over $200,000,000, taxes art paid on only $13,000,000, while fourteen times more tax Is paid on dogs In the Stat than all the stocks and bonds owned by citizens, according to the report of the Tax Com mission appointed under authority of the last General Assembly. The dog tax amounts to $127,000, and the tax on stocks and bonds amounts to only $9,000. Bath County World. And yet some people seem to think that the gentlemen who own stocks and bonds need relief. There Are Others Thinking About Taxes Even amid the surges of prosperity which have rolled over the United States with such pleasant effects upon values of property and volumes of business It Is apparent that the taxpayers of the cities, counties and states of the Union are be ginning to groan under the exactions made necessary by the tremendously increased expenditures of government. It seems to have become a fixed habit In the minds of city, county ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

T i 7 miwrn CARD SERVES AS DIAPHRAGM Interesting and Instructive Expert mailt May B Tried With Any Talking Machine. Mere ia an amusing and Instructive experiment thut may he tried with any talking machine. Heretofore it 1iaa been supposed that the needle and aound box were necessary to transmit the words or music etrhed tin the disks or rolls used as records o these machined. Too may be sur prised to know that an ordinary visit ins card, or any similar rani, will be quite effective aa a diaphragm. An the disk revolves push aside the needle and apply the corner of the Card as Diaphragm. card to the surface. It will receive aod transmit the sounds perfectly clearly. Of course, such a primitive transmitter has neither the volume nor the expression of the regular ap paratus, but It Is most interesting aa a scientific experiment and will af ford a great deal of amusement as well as furnish food for thought. REAL MEANING OF "POTLUCK 'Inhabitants, of Llmogss Make One Plunge With Ladle and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

Tell us the newt. We appreciate It and lt our pleature to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. Sign your name to all newt Items. The Madison National Bank has added to its equipment an pu-to-date Electric Adding Ma chine. Its the only one in the city. The new annex to the girls' dormitory is almost completed and will be a great boon to stu dents and teachers. Moving into the first floor was begun on Mon day. Prof. Ireland, who is head of the Stanford Graded School, was in this city Friday, the guest of Prof. Bridges, and acted as one of the judges in the Oratorical Con test Judge Jno. C. Chenault, Hon. Roy C. White and Hon. VV. B. Smith, of this city, have been chosen as a delegate to the Edu cational Association, which will meet in Richmond, Va., in April. A Gala Week For Richmond The public should feel itself indebted to the E. K. S. N. for a series of delightful entertainments which ended Saturday evening. In addition o the Turner Art Exhibit, the plays given by the lit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

GETS HARDEST JOB J. P. TUMULTY, At PRESIDENTS PRIVATE SECRETARY, MUST BE "MAN UNAFRAID." MEETS PRESS OF WASHINGTON Wood row Wilton and All Others Pre dict Hs Will Mske Good In Filling Poaitlon Which Requires Infinite Tact BY GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. Woodrow Wilson's present executive secretary, who baa been appointed aa bla future private secretary, , Joseph I'atrlck Tumulty, ha been In Washington as the guest of the Natlnnul Press club. There n large gathering of correspond ents and of othera to meet the man who, In a way, will be second In com mand ut the. White House after ..March 4. If Mr. Tumulty can remember the names and the faces of one-fltth of ilio public men and Washington corre spondents who greeted him here he probably will prove qualified to a con siderable degree for the duties of the office which he will nssntme on the first Tuesday of the first spring month. It may be that at one time men were given to the underestimating of the necessities in the case of a presi...

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

I Living Picture for Girl. So many girls have wrlttnu asking tvhat entertainments they could give 10 make money for charity, church or Sunday school, and they all want something "without much work"; now, It la lmposlble to got up things without responsibility and work, but 1 think "Living Pictures" may bo made ready with the minimum of la tor, as there are no parts to be memo rized; so I am giving you a series of pictures arranged by Caroline French Henton. They are called "The Girl Student In History." I think you will he much pleased with the produotton, and the directions are so plain you will have no trouble In following1 them. 1. The Hebrew Girl. A large dark Girl. Her hair In two long braids; her dress dark crimson, with a full skirt, a rather loose waist, cut slightly round at the neck and with no sleeves, but with the drapery falling over her rms. She sits at a low table, side to the audience, and looks up at a rabbi, a very tall dark man. dressed in flowing robes of deep bl...

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

v THE MADISONIAN PafcMshed Every Taeaday at Rlchmo4,ICr. by Grant L Lilly, Editor & Owner -SUBSCRIPTION MATES On Year ..$1.00 Six Month 60 Three Monthi 35 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. ANNOUNCUMUNT8. We are authorised to announce P. S. Whitlock, of Klrksville, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. LEEDS as a candidate for Police Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that The MADISONIAN is a candidate for entry Into each home in Madison county, subject to the approval of the Family. We stand for the HOME CIRCLE first, last and al ways. $1.00 per year. OUR SLOGAN: Reduce our taxes. OUR AIM: To bring about a reform In our administration of public affairs, to the end that the people may obtain relief in a reduction ot their tax burden. OUR HELPERS: Every person who speaks kindly of us to his neighbors. We appreciate ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

0 ERI OTOBY S Women's Candidate ! Br BTKOM VriM.VlJk.MB Omm iU WD. Watern Nemseser tstea . SYNOPSIS. In a spirit e( fun Mayor Bright, a summer vteltor. la chased through the wooes by ten laughing girls, one of whom e catches and kisses. Ths girls form themselves lnt a rourt and sentence him t do tha bidding of on of their number each day for tan days. A legislative treasure opposing woman suffrage, which snipped from the mayor's pocket, la utad la compel lilra to obey the mandate of the (trie. Ilia first day of aervlee la with May Andrews, who takee him fishing. They are threatened by the aherlfT with arrest. Mtaa Vtnlng aeca what she con eldera a clandestine meeting between one f the flrla and the mayor. The next say ha goes driving with Mabel Arncy. Tttey meet with an accident, are arretted and locked up, but escape. The mayor return to the hotel, finds the sheriff waiting for him, and takes refuse In the room of I less Winters. Me plana to set roaaemlon of the Incriminating bill....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

GEN DIAZ TO RETURN FORMER DICTATOR OF MEXICO WILL BI GIVEN HEARTY WIL COMI V FRIENDS. COMING IS SET FOR APRIL 2 Soldier of Iron Hand Not Likely to Take Active Part In Affair of the Nation He Ruled for Nearly a Gen eration Oppoaltlon Grow Strong. Mexico City. Keb. 21. Porflrto Dias i coming back not to power, with the "Iron hand" In It old-time vigor, but to spend the closing year of hi life In the capital which he ruled for almost a generation. The ending of the enforced exile of the fornwr dic tator is to he one of the first result of the overthrow of Madero. Ward was received from Paris that within a short tlme.Ueneral Iia again w ill be In hi private residence in Ca dena street an Interested spectator of the development of the new regime. It was authoritatively stated that the arrival homo of General IMas will he not later than April 2. the anniver sary of the taking of Puebla by his forces in 1S67. In the war of French intervention. Thl day will be cele brated in honor of Genera...

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

.S3 11 ill! 24 . A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICIIMOJSID, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAIt' H 4, 1913. N UMBER 9. VJiLSOn INDUCTED INTO HIBH OFFICE - , Inauguration of Twenty-Seventh President Is Witnessed by Great Crowds, v MARSHALL SVORil 111 FIRST Rimplo Ceremony In Senate Chamber Followed by More Impressive Affair on East Portico of the Capitol. . By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington, March 4.- In the pres ence of a vast throng of his fellow citi zens, Woodrow Wilson today 'stood in front of the east portico of the "capitol and took the oath of president of the United States. Thomas R. Marshall already had been sworn in as' vice president, and with the completion of the ceremony the ship of state was manned by the Democratic party, which had been " ashore for sixteen years. . . As the new chief executive of the nation stood with bared head, Ed ward. Douglass White, chief justice of the Supreme court, held before him the Bible always used in the cere mony. Mr. Wilson placed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

GEi FORM Wit COM Soldi) v A ' ' T -. tfc r is ct the but life lm the: tato of t t -will will den the 1 the be kaj loi In! br tu di di in r a To t t i FARMERS HOLD ID.. MEETING STATE INSTITUTE AT . PADUCAH COMES TO A CLOSE AFTER SUCCESSFUL SESSION. EJECT YEAR AT FRANKFORT Commissioner Newman Urges Farmers to Come to Capital One Thousand Strong to Boost Helpful Laws Through the Legislature. Western Newspaper Union News Service.' Paducah, Ky. The State Farmers Institute came to an end after a most successful session- Judge Henry S. Barker, of State University, Lexington, and Prof. T. R. Bryant, who is in charge of agricultural extension work at the university, made interesting ad dresses. The 1914 meeting will be held in Frankfort in January, when the legis lature will be in session. Commission er of Agriculture J. W. Newman urged that 1,000 farmers with their wives at tend the Frankfort meeting and help flght for bills for the farmer in the legislature. 4 No action was taken regarding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

LOCAL ff WW M Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its jour pleasureto.-serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. - Sign your name to all news items. Don't forget the good things in store for us at the Opera House under the auspices of Madison Institute. - -oo- Perry county isto have a $25, 000 jail, the contract having been let to 'the contractors who recent ly finished the new court house. Keep moving. ' -oo- Easter Bazaar of P. A. Clay Infirmary1 will be held at the Schlegel StudioSaturday, March 15th, with the following good things for sale: Cakes, candies, chickens, eggs. Hot chocolate served. Easter postcards. -oo- In addition to the names in our last issue, Mr. N. B. Death erage and Prof. G. D. Smith have been appointed delegates to the Southern Educational Meeting in Richmond, Va., in April. This is an honor well deserved for. no better choice could have been made. -oo- The Parent-Teachers Associa tion met on Friday at 3 p, m., at the Model School. The address of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

DIVORCE III DECK Los Angeles Plan Lowers Rec ords in Court 50 Per Cent Homes Are Not Broken Up and City Enforces Payments of Alimony, and Soon Husbands and - Wives Make Up. Los Angeles, Cal. That 50 per cent of the cases of trouble between man snd wife, which formerly would have ended in divorce and the breaking up sf a home, now end In reconciliation under the system of "divorceless" ali mony, is the--statement of Hugh C. Gibson, chief probation officer; and that a much larger percentage could be saved from divorce if a larger staff wd more means were obtainable is the opinion he advances as a result of trying this system for two years. The "divorceless" alimony consists In the payment of alimony without di vorce proceedings, and has been in effect since January 1, 1911, when it became a law that failure to provide is a felony. Before that time the only redress a woman had on this ground was divorce. Now she may apply to the courts or the . probation depart ment, if there are child...

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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 March 1913

4U 1 GENERAL NEWS Boiled Down For Busy People Joseph Tumulty has been; se lected by President Wilson tis his private Secretary, j - Mrs. Callahan will not lose her arm as was first reported. She is recovering rapidly from" her wound. . Gov. McCreary offers a reward of $200 for the capture of George Smothers who murdered Mar shal Pettit of Clay City. - Newt Arnold who killed Hon. Harry Baileyvof Cyntfciana, sev eral weeks ago was held without bail at his examining trial. k Mr. Geo. Hopper, JrM of Stan ford, had the honor of winning the medal in the Oratorcal Con test of Centre College on the 22nd. Ex-Speaker of thefe House in the Kentucky Legislature Glaude B. Terrill is dangerously ill of liver trouble. Three physicians are at his beside. It is reported that Federal troops have slain Emilio Madero, brother of the dead President He was on his way to Loredo to join the rebel forces, Congressman James and Sher ly are on the committee appoint ed to meet Governor Wilson when he arrives i...

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

J:"ii;-"i'f- L.i rii. i-j " ' 'I 1 "' i- , AS"'"'1 "I"1 n-.IHIPMHiiiiiiiH A 'pill: I .ilii'.'IJI I I ilw inwij'. ijiV ,wy?K'St' r '--1 if ' &&f& l,rmmssst : 35 - - i-ir fry: ' Ur7- s& fr 7 HE tarpon is the most beautiful of big fish, the most spectacular of finny fighters, a swift swimmer of dauntles courage, and the one all-around game fish at his every age. He accepts the sportsman's challenge by leaping into the arena in full, flashing armor, and so joyously meeting his challenger In his own element as to place tarpon fishing for ever in a class by itself. The photographs present this royal fish as he appears when playing the game with his human adversary. They were taken during two summer months spent on the Gulf coast of Florida by the camera man and the scribe two months which gave daily proof that of sports that thrill there are few on earth like fishing for tar pon. We followed them with fly rods, "With heavy tarpon rods, and with hand lines. We were fast to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

1 flTTF MONK WAS GOOD INVESTMENT 0fff" yMgw they were Kxlrillecl almost; c ii tJvP of Boston, afterward be- - : : .rafc. ZT'UI . . ''i?;vs-Ss. 29)lr and really quite "io me r'r . r., -t- , 4lWV-Vk X 7 1 . (ytfOKG JsOJZmg JBROJW inTfl - HE recent exhibition at the Art Institute in Chicago of the portraits ,of the late (leorge Peter Alexander Ilealy, who, although a na tive of Boston, afterward be came a resident, of Chicago, and really quite "to the manner born," in spite of his birth and his subsequent residence abroad for bo many years, created -more than a ripple in the art world, and showed again what a strong and representative man of his era he was. It. may be said truthfully of him that he was a most conspicuous figure in the latter part of the sec ond era of the art of portraiture in America, as Gilbert Stuart was of the first era. Aside from the strong merits of the portraits feen at the Art Institute, their exhibition recalls to the writer a fetory told him many yers ago by...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

THE MADISONIAN Published Every Tuesday at RIchmond.Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - - Editor & Owner Entered assecond-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year .$1.00 Six Months 60 Three Months .35 One Month 15 IN ADVANCE. OUR SLOGAN: Reduce our taxes. OUR AIM: To bring about a reform in our administration of public affairs, to the end .that the people may obtain relief in a reduction of their tax burden. OUR HELPERS: Every person who speaks kindly of us to his neighbors. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce P. S. Whitlock, of Kirksville, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to 'announce W. L. LEEDS as a candidate for Police Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that The MADISONIAN is a candidate for entry into each home in Madison county, s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

1 1 STORY j 1 l'1 &fe Women's Candidate Is 2 3 2 8 Br BYRON WILLIAMS tJopfrtjK HO, western Newspaper Uiueo 10 SYNOPSIS. In a spirit of fun Mayor Bedlpht, & Rummer visiter, 1 chased through the woods by ten laughing girls, one of whom he patches and kisses. The girls form themselves into a court and sentence him to do the bidding of one of their number each day for ten days. A legislative .measure opposing woman suffrage, which dropped from the mayor's pocket. It used to compel him to obey the mandates of the girls. His first day of service is with May Andrews, who takes him . fishing. They are threatened by the sheriff with arrest. Miss Vlnlng sees what she con siders a clandestine meeting between one of the girls and the mayor. The next day he coea driving with Mabel Arney. They meet with an -accident, are arrested and locked up, but escape. . The mayor returns to the hotel, finds the sheriff waiting for him. and takes refuge in the room of Bess Winters, lie plans to get po...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 4 March 1913

PARADE IS A SUCCESS THOUSANDS OF SUFFRAGISTS AND SOME MEN MARCH FOR "CAUSE" IN WASHINGTON. FLOATS ADD TO THE SCENE Handsome Tableaux Are Presented by Madame Nordica and Others on the Steps of the Treasury Building as Procession Passes. By GEORGE CLINTON Washington. March 3 Women to- day made on Pennsylvania avenue in the capital of the country her specta cular parade appeal for suffrage. In the marching ranks were many of the , most prominent women of the United States, women who have given the greater part of their lives to the suff rage work, and women also who only recently have given their fealty to the cause. The wives of senators uiid representatives and of other men in high position in the government service had peaces in the line. It was .n parade of devotees and it was in size and iu effect that the women had promised it should be There were thousands of women and hundreds of men in the proces ion which made its way up Pennsyl vania avenue from the capitol to a point beyond...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 March 1913

& n : 7 rr 3 3 3 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE VOLUME I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1913. N UMBER 10. CAREERS OF THE CABINET MEMBERS Something About the Ten rMen Selected as President Wil son's Advisers. MOST OF THEM WELL KKOWIJ Bryan of Course Heads the List Mc Reynoids Experienced In Enforc ing Anti-Trust Laws McAdoo Noted Builder of Railway V, Tunnels. Washington. President Wilson ou Wednesday sent to the Benate the names of the following as the jmem twtrs of t his cabinet: Secretary of State William,. Jen nings Bryan of Nebraska. Secretary, of the Treasury William G. McAdoo of New York. Secretary of War Llndley M. Gar rison of New Jersey. ; Attorney GeneralJames C. McRey noids -of Tennessee.. Pastmaster General Albert Burle son of Texas. Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels of North Carolina. Secretary of the - Interior Franklin K. Lane of California. Secretary of Agriculture David A. Houston of Missouri. Secretary of Commerce William C. Redfield of Ne...

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