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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

'I We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. VOLUME II. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH $11914. No. 13. i Y V DEBATE ON TOLLS REPEALXONTINUES Galleries Crowded to Hear Ora torical Giants of House Dis cuss' Measure. BETTER ORDER IS DEMANDED Representatives Harrison of Mississip pi, Stevens of Minnesota and Knowland of California, Prin cipal Speakers of Day. Washington1, March 30. With slight ly diminished interest after the spec tacular skirmish of the previous day, the house. settled down to a long de bate on the administration canal tolls repeal bill. Seventeen hours Of dis cussion yet remain. A vote upon the bill is not expected before Tuesday afternoon, as no night sessions will be held. The debate on the repeal of the ex emption clause was postponed except for a brief colloquy following the reading by Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia of the conclusions of Prof. Emory R. Johnson of the University of Pennsylvania against free, t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

, . t r " 7 " . DISEASES AND FOES OF DEES Birds and Insects Prey Upon Colonies, But Can Be Combatted PREVENTION BEST WEAPON Honey Makers Subject to Devastating Maladies Caused By Germs Change of Hive and Cleanliness Often Af ford Relief Debated Whether Queens Convey Foul Brood Bee keepers Form Association. (H. Garman, Head of Division of En toniology and Botany, Kentucky Ex periment Station.) The best-known enemy of the Honey Bee is the Bee Moth, an 'obscure insect that has probably been in this country cinr-o hppn were introduced. It seems to have been a serious pest in the earlv davs when box hives and bee gums were the only means of keeping colonies. Since the movaDie-rrame hive came into use there has been less trouble in keeping colonies free, and as a matter of fact, good colonies of Italians, or Carniolans, when properly cared for, are not troubled by this pe6t. The commoi black bee is more subject to injury, but even blacks In movable-frame hives, and kept strong, need not t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

MAKING IT POPULAR. V I Weak Man. At a New Year eve supper at the Players' club in New York, Witter Bynner, sonneteer, remarked: "A New Year resolution is the only thing on earth that is stronger at tilth than at any time." ' At this witticism the eyes of Butler Jlaenzer, essayist and critic, snapped behind the lustrous pince-nez, and Mr. Glaenzer said in his calm, fluent Toice: "And of New Year , resolutions, above all other things, it is true that the good die young." A Frank Talk. "Wombat, I have always been a true friend to you. I have spoken nicely of you behind your back as well as to ;your face. And yet you have always been suspicious of me." "I admit it, old chap. You act so different from my other friends that 1 have never known what to make of you." His Experience. Shoe Clerk What size rubbers do you wear? Uncle Josh I dunno. I guess when you buy rubbers you have to take your choice between ones you can hardly .get on at all and ones that'll, slip off as soon as you begin t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

ess Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, -."' - - - Owner . Entered as secondIass matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Srant S. illy, ----- Sditor Jlnna 2. Hilly. Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year...- -$1.00 Six Months. - 60 Three Months - .35 One Month -15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, MAR. 31, 1914. THE AFTERMATH Now comes the announcement that three members of the Legis lature who were . very active in their support of the Glenn insur ance bill, are to be appointed un der that law to pot ions in the insurance departments of the State. The Editor of the Inter ior Journal, who was a member of the Legislature, asks why this is to be done. He points out that he offered an amendment to the insurance bill, the object of which was to prevent any mem ber of the Legislature being ap pointed under the provision of that law, if it should become a law, and his amendment was de feated by a vote of 41 to 37, and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

3 Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor ROOK Mrs. J. R. Pates entertained with an in formal rook party on Tuesday evening. Three tables were used in the game, at the close of which coffee and sandwiches were served. PRETTY TEA ' Miss Emma Watts gave a pretty tea on Saturday afternoon from four to six in honor of her charming visitor, ' Miss Mary "Watts Knight, of Dallas,. Texas. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Wilmore. - WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wilson celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of their marriage last Sunday, at their home at White Hall. They could not have been happier on the day of their marriage. About fifty friends and relatives partook of a bountiful meal which was enjoyed by all. They were the recipients of many beautiful presents. Mr. Wilson is a son of Capt. John Wil son, the hero of Lookout Mountain, and bears a strong resemblance to his distin guished father. SHERWOOD CLUB Mr. and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

NOTES MEADOW mm mm BROOK Test your cows. - " ." - Feed the cows regularly. More crop rotation is needed. Make every acre more profitable. ' Recklessness ,1s " a short road to mm Sell the boarder cows. " Keep the good brood bows. . Don't allow the cream to freeze. Don't underestimate the value good seed. of Hens that are fat and baggy are not worth keeping. Plenty of green feed should be giv en the chickens every day. The merits of the scratching shed are shown during bad weather. Outdoors is no place to keep fowls when the mercury is close to zero. It never pays to work a slow, lazy horse beside a quick, spirited animal. Nothing contributes more to health, economy and contentment than a good garden. Teach the colts to walk well and a good foundation is laid for all of the other gaits. If breeding light horses, breed for speed; if breeding heavy horses, breed for strength. Keep the ewes in good condition. It doesn't pay to be stingy nor should you have them too fat. Pulverized charco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

" JIALLIE LRNIAIl FIVES ILLU5TKATID gy LAUREN STOUT SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I John Valiant, a rich so ciety favorite, suddenly discovers that the Vr li ant pfirrwirntinn n'hinh Via a,a, founded and which was the principal f n uivil Ilia m,... uurce or nis weaitn. Has tailed. CHAPTER II He voluntarily turns over his private fortune to the receiver tor the corporation, j CHAPTER III His entire remaining possessions consist- of an old motor car, a white bull dog and Damory court, a neglected estate in Virginia. CHAPTER IV Henearns that this es tate came into the family by royal grant and has been in the possession of -the Valiants ever since. CHAPTER V On the way to Damory court he meets Shirley Dandridge, an auburn-haired beauty, and decides that he Is going to like Virginia immensely. CHAPTER VI An old negro tells Shir ley's fortune and predicts great trouble lor her on account of a man. CHAPTER' VII Uncle Jefferson, an old negro, takes Valiant to Damory court. , CHAPTER VIII Shirley's mot...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

s'' ' s. a s I d b b o I tl o! li b. ai sc a es Bt fc h o b) u h a 11 P ll t ti CINCINNATI MARKETS Corn New corn Quoted as follows: No. 2 white 7273c,No. 8 white 71(g) 72c No. 4 white 6970c, No. 2 yellow - 72 73c, No. 3 yellow 70 71c. No. 4 yellow 6868c, No. 2 mixed 7172c, No. 3 mixed 6969c, No. 4 mixed 66 68c, mixed ear 7072o, white ear - 70 72c, yellow ear 71 73c. Hay No. 1 timothy $18.50, standard timothy J17.50, No. 2 timothy $16.60, No. 3 timothy $14.50, ; No. 1 clover mixed $16.2516.50, No. 2 clover mix ed $14.50, No. 1 clover $16.50, No. 2 clover $14. Oats No. 2 white 4343&c, stand ard white 42 43c, No. 3 white 41 4lc, No. 4 white 3941c, No. 2 mixed 4142c, No, 3 mixed 41 4ic, iso. 4 mixed 4040V'C. Wheat No. 2 red 8798c, No 3 red 9697c; No. 4 red 8596c. Poultry Hens, old, 17c; do light, jwc; roosiers,Jzc; rryers, 2 to 3 lbs, 18c; broilers, 2 lbs and under. Z4o; spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 17c; ducks, under 4 lbs, 16c; turkeys, toms, old, . 21c; young tur keys, 9 l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

ll TATFRAIWATPIKTm m "f-u RICHMOND, KY. 5 3 Capital $150,000 S o l ft n inrfcifa rvr- .yssk Surplus $ 3 Deposits $56 3s 1. iSAVE SOME MONEY " "-AT EVERY TURN R 'lAND PUT IT tr" IN THE BAN K. r IT WILL BE SAFE IN jg v-H'-M 1 I I..m..h.,mH.,him ,xii,.. Ruffins Friend An Easter Story By JEANNETTE H. WALWORTH H-H' H I1 S ! I1 1"1"M I 1 1 1 l-H" Copyright, 1914. by American Press Asso ciation. J TO Ruffln. shifting restlessly from one dirty little bare foot to the other, the fastidious delibera tion of the gentleman who was selecting im Easter lily from Mrs. M oxer's stock was not only exasperat ing, it was "tommy rot." Oiie lily .was just Ukistauothert' ., JtumH,frtepped'JpIdly btyeen buyer ; ndseller H lifted a small.' freckled faev 111 bright by a pair of -winning blu eyes'. "Mister l'm lookltf for a. Jod. I'll -carry your lily bometfor you." The geutlenian looked ItulUn over critically. Mrs. Moxer indorsed the boy. "Oh, you can trust Ruff, sir." The gentleman put his band into his po...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 31 March 1914

11 TATFRAIWJtTMKTfft M jinn uni in ia i nuu i vv 3 RICHMOND, KY. TjT- Capital $150,000 Surplus $ 3p)p Deposits $50O;dO fit: is? ifyL. SAVE. SOME MONEY & "jAT EVERY TURN in the; v - BANK, ? S-TT WILL BE SAFE IN S 4,0 -OUR BANK M j-i-M-M I t I I I I I m..m..m,.mm.,., Ruffins Friend An Easter Story By JEANNETTE H. WALWORTH H-:"I"I"l"I-W-I-..;..IHH-I-I-I-l-l--l- T Copyright, 1914, by American Press Asso ciation. I f O Kuffln, shifting restlessly from one tuny intie bare loot to the other, the fastidious de liber a tiou of the gentleman w ho was selectiug nu Easter lily from Mrs. M oxer's stock was uot only exasperat ing. It was "tommyrot." One lily .wa& just HkeVnotherrV' ' ? . JuttiH Mepped'Jboldly, between bujfer cd. seller- lie lifted a iimaTt 'freckled iuaur ui4ul uy u pair oivinuug iblue eyer "Mister;; I'mi ilooklu.. fur "JoS." i'll-carry your Hly homet.for yon." The geutleuiau looked Kulhn over critically. Mrs. Moxer indorsed the boy. 'Oh. you can trust Ruff, sir." The gen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

) I i U' f : it We Standi for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People, RICHMOND; KENTUCKYT TUESDAY, APIRL 7, 1914. VOLUME II. No. 14. RIDGE FALLS WITH TRAIN 'I A I i GUNMEN GET REPRIEVE CAPTAIN VON PAPEN NEW ITEMIZED STATEMENT BILL SEES POLITICS IN NEW MONEY PLAN - Humphrey of Washington At- tacks Reserve City Selection of Organization Committee. REBEL TROOPS TO ATTACK TAMPICO ... Lfod Enroute North on Yacht - Mayflower, to Confer With President Wilson. GEN. EENNETT H.YOUNG . . " - V -. ' Four Sentenced to Die to Have Second Hearing. . f : X i 1 1 WANTS EQUAL DISTRIBUTION Fitzgerald of New York Defends Body and Declares Mere Assertion of . Opponent Not Conclusive .Evl-" dence Guns for Ohio Boys. Washington, April 6. "At the very outset of this new currency system we see the hands of politics," declared Representative Humphrey of Washing ton in the house while attacking the reserve city selection of the organiza tion committee. . Humphrey asse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

t t . ,t. 4 : i i' i rw-y 9 -.. .j .... AN EASTER POEM i5y LAN'JilF HAYIJES Copyright, 1914, by American Press Asso ciation. I SJtr ULVJiliiK of xTii, I sodden earth, a pall of cold gray sky; , ! A. dreadful silence, : save the dirge of the wail ing wind's last sigh; A dreary void, all colorless; no vibrant life doth thrill Across the widening wilder ness the far dim stars arc still . Beneath the bare, entombing earth a germ of life is pent In graveclothes, till an inward thrill, and cerements are rent, And groping roots reach out to grasp the bosom of the ' world, And upward springs a bud ding plant with leaves like wings unfurled, Upon its head a coronal of glittering rainbow hue, Like saint with failed aure ole a lily crowned with " dew. HE heart's a tomb, all pulseless, cold, Long hid beneath the silent mold Of Doubt and Vanity and Hate, v 1 And yet beneath this moun tain weight A spark divine, with power untold. When from the tomb the stone is rolled Trom unseen roots of Faith ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

Easter Day In the Churches t Easter day is pre-eminently a day for church going. Three hundred million people, it is esti mated, throng the churches throughout the world on Easter, bending the knee in homage before the King of kings. ' . "The Easter festival is one of the most beautiful in the church cal- 1 ' - t . 1 1 1 n l ' i cnaar, a lesnvai in wnicn nowers ana exquisite music play important parts. -' . - ' Easter is the harbinger of spring, the glorious season of hope; of revivified life, presaging the immortality of which man in his philosophic moments, has a vague perception. Let this Easter day bring you into communion with that great church which Cod established for the redemntion of the world. " Go to church on Easter and hear in anthem and sermon that marvelous story of the resur rection. Who knows? By that very act of at tending the house of worship you may resurrect in your own soul the latent God hunger which, when it fills one's life, transforms him into a man of wond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Grant 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. 9rant S. Hilly, -Zlnna 3. JCilly, - - Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year ....$1.00 Six Months : : .60 Three" Months T .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. v 1 TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914. f. THE MEANING OF THE RESURRECTION. By CARDINAL GIBBONS. The resurrection of Christ is (ho most signal and splendid evidence of his divinity. It is the keystone in the arch of faith, as it is the most brilliant lumi nary in the constellation of Christian festivals. A certain religious enthusiast named Leberaux once submitted to Talleyrand a project he en tertained of founding a new re ligion and asked the French statesman's views as to the feasibility of the undertaking. "You will certainly succeed," re plied Talleyrand, "and your name will go down with glory to postarity if you fulfill the con ditions which I pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

Telephone all social news td638. ' Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Mary YOUNG LADIES BRIDGE Miss Mary D. Pickets was hostess of the Young Ladies Bridge on Wednesday after noon. The Trophy was won by Miss Jane D. Stockton. . GUM-HICKS On last Wednesday evening Mrs. Gum and Mr. Herman Hicks both of this "city were joined in marriage at the home ( of Rev. Culton. Only their immediateiriends were present. v . : BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Bates Shackleford gave a beautiful birthday dinner to Mr. Shackleford on Saturday evening at six o'clock. Follow ing the dining a number of young people were invited in to dance and enjoyed a most charming evening. ' . FIVE HUNDRED CLUB Miss Eleanor Hagan , entertained the Five Hundred Club on Monday afternoon at her home .on West Main. The full membership was present and a merry after noon spent The games were succeeded by a delightful salad luncheon. - . BALLARD-CHRISTOPHER Miss Myrtle - Ballard and Mr. John Christopher were quietly married on Tues day by Dr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

n m n II M II II I f ; If! . -L race M ilSiiierv Store ome of Fisk, Gage lats and viand 0 ll E9 Parcel Post Orders Promptly Filled M cKee Block V Richmond, Ky. OnOBQQOOQOOOOnOOOOOHOO in D EEP 11 OOOOQQQOOOOOOOOuOOOO t.H S .... V .t. - . N 1.".. . -.V"- ' - ' i . . " . . 1 '4 ,?-n',v.--'!S WD. BUCKLEY & Company DEALERS IN HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE Roofing and all kinds of Tin-work and Repairing carefully executed . . ; . - , ':: v-vv MAIN ST. -RICHMOND, IY. The Madisoman Only 1 A Year Cbougbts for Bastcr Because he lived this world be gins to live today, and of its spirit ual birth this day is the anniver sary. Edward Everett Hale. A legend of the Greek churcli tells us that our Lord used to feed the robins round his mother's door when he was a boy; moreover, that the robin , never left the sepulcher till the resurrection . and at the as cension joined in the angels song. Across the sea the light brought joy to many a ship, and, glancing on the shore, ten thousand spires flashe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

mm ILLujlKAltu gj" LAUREN STOUT 1 SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER P-s, Valiant, a rich so ciety favorite, sudaemj 'discovers that the Valiant corporation, which hts father founded and which was the principal source of his wealth, haa failed! CHAPTER II-He " voluntarily turns over his private fortunii to the receiver tor the corporation. .1 - " CHAPTER III-Hls entire" remaining possessions consist of an old motor car. a white bull dog and . Damory. court a neglected estate in Virginia, CHAPTER IV He learns that this es tate came into the family by royal grant nd has been In the possession of the Valiants ever since. CHAPTER V-pn the way to Damory court he meets Shirley Dandridge. an auburn-haired beauty, and decides that ho la going to like Virginia Immensely. CHAPTER VI-An old negro tells Shir ley s fortune and predicts great trouble tor her on account of a man. CHAPTER VTI Uncle Jefferson, an old negro, takes valiant to Damory court. CHAPTER Vin-Shlrleys mother. Mrs. Dandridge. and Major BHatow ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

IS "" 1LM ILLUSTRATED LAUREN STOUT SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER JVValiant. a rich so ciety favorite, sudaeni'discovers that tha Valiant corporation, which his father founded and which was the DrtncinaJ ource of hia wealth, has failed: CHAPTER II-He voluntarily turns over his private fortune to the receiver tor the corporation. receiver CHAPTER III-Hls entire" remaining possessions consist of an old motor car a white bull dog and Damoryirt a neglected estate In Virginia. CHAPTER IV He learns that this es tate came into the family by royal grant and has been In the possession ofthe Valiants ever since. CHAPTER V-On the way to Damory court he meets Shirley Dandrldge. an auburn-haired beauty, and decides that he U going to like Virginia Immensely. CHAPTER VI-An old negro tells Shir ley s fortune and predicts great trouble Tor her on account of a man. CHAPTER Vn Uncle Jefferson, an old negro, takes Valiant to Damory court. CHAPTER Vm-Shirley's mother, Mrs. Dandridge. and Major Bristow exchange remi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 7 April 1914

. r- ADVERTISE YOUR TOWN 7 Having Its Name on the En r velope of Every Letter You Send. Let Us Quote Prices For k Printing Your Stationery. . - CARRIAGE-SHOP First-class Repair Work , for all kinds of Vehicles. PAINTING : ARTISTICALLY : DONE Buggy and Automabile Tops Made and Repaired We do a General Blacksmithlng Jas A. Moores Third St, near Irvine Boot and Shoe Shop I do all kinds of Re pair Work and So . licit your Business. J. T. Adams Irvine St. Douglas Livery Stable. J. C. TODD & SON Contractors and Builders Estimates furnished IRVINE ST. RICHMOND.KY. A. D. ESTES Keeps a Fine Line of Fresh Groceries and Gen eral Supplies YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED We Pay the Highest Cash Price for Country Produce. I will buy your wool at the highest cash price A. L. Gott yttercA an Slow is the Proper Dime Wool, Wool lOe do Cleaning and Greeting. George Alafiscki florae Over Hamilton SSroa. .1 - Merchant Gets Protection ....... -..-. - i . .. ., .V-.:. - ' v ' ' ' ; v V; ' : JS this the Spence...

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