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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

. ! Stop, Think, Pray The Judgment Day From which we all shrink. It's coming to you and me. '- Will you pray that God may send His Holy - Spirit upon me the poorest,' the weakest of all the preachers in this city, that I may preach al the truth, as it will appear in the light of that awful day. Truth!-What is it? I desire to be delivered from the fear o the face of day to warn, entreat, persuade men, to do right tha thcv mav be haDDV and "have ; right to the tree of life and enter in thru the gate of the city. For without are tfie dogs, and the sorcerers, and the fornicators, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one that loves and does a lie" R. V. Will you be on the inside or the outside ? Which side are you, on now ? Stop. Answer my. question ! You are either for or against Him who died to save you. Say, which side are you on ? H. N. Quisenberry. oo Bryan to Resign The rumor is running thru the Capitol that Secretary of State Bryan is to resign within a month and Secret...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

, .i Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Mrs. JVarfield Bennett entertained the Nullo Club this afternoon. ' Mrs. Edgar Turley gave a theatre party on Wednesday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Julian Tyng and Mrs. Ronald Old ham. After the show refreshments were served at Perry's. r. m. Mrs. Elizabeth Crowe enjoyed a family re-union the past week, the occasion being the birthday of one of her daughters and ner was spread and a very happy day spent m. Prof, and Mrs. Koch entertained the German Club very delightfully on Monday afternoon at their home on Woodland Avenue. Mrs. Hoskinson and Miss Mc Kee contributed several beautiful numbers on the violin and piano. It US FIVE HUNDRED Miss Elath Buchanan was Jiostess of the Five Hundred Club on Saturday afternoon. Reside the regular members several guests were invited. Following the games a lunch of chicken salad heaten biscuits. Dotato chips and ices was served. The trophy went to Miss Russell White. k e PRANDENNIA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

EFFECTIVE TROLLEY AMBULANCE - ffflfliL, fOgO Wlf AMBULANCE WITH SEPARATE AMBULANCE ON RAILS CAR BUILT IN PHILADELPHIA FOR . BRAZILIAN CITY. Designed for Quick Transportation of Patients to and From Hospitals Perfect Disinfecting Chamber Part of Equipment. - The ambulance shown in the illus tration is the first of its kind ever built and was designed and made by a well known firm of car builders in Philadelphia for a company in Bahia, Brazil. The car is designed for the transportation of patients to and from the outlying hospitals about the city that cannot be easily reached by other means. There are five divisions, Including first the nurses' rooms, adjoining which may be seen the two compartments for the patients. In the center of the car a small area has been converted Into a fumigation room. This room is 2 feet 11 inches long and extends the full width of the car, 1. e., eight feet, as do the other compartments. The disinfecting room is hermetically sealed from other portions of ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

il in ' On Dangerous Ground. "Take this book home and read it, "A Cigarette Maker's Romance' is the title of the work." "I wouldn't dare take It Into the house." "But it ia a very fine book, I assure you." "It would remind father that he has Quit smoking and everything of that Bort makes him very grouchy." No Music for Him. William (who has been persuaded to contribute to our annual concert) Can ee tinkle "Varmer's Boy," miseT Squire's Daughter Have you brought your music? William Music! I don't sing by mu sic, I eings by hearsay. London Opin ion. Might Be Arranged. The Luncher Look here, waiter. I'm very sorry, but I've only Just suffi cient money with me to pay the bill. and nothing left for a tip for yo'i. The Waiter (confidently) Would you mind just lettin' me 'ave another look at the bill, sir? London Sketch. A WOMAN'S REASONS. Mrs. Brownstone Are you going to the country this year? Mrs. Stockson Bonds I don't want to, and Fred doesn't want me to go, fjt bo I have made up my mi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

G3f- mnmi 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.. Srant S. jOilg, Jlnna 2). Hilly, - - Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. ...$1.00 Six Months.. 1 .60 Three Months .35 One Month .". . 15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1914. CANNOT UNDERSTAND IT We are wholly unable to under stand the attitude of the Presi dent We cannot fathom his purposes. For over a year he has steadfastly refused to recognize Huerta as the President of MexiJ co. He declares that he is not at war with Mexico, and declares that his only purpose is to elimi nate Huerta. , A very famous physician said that one gentleman will not in sult another and that no other could. On one occasion Henry Clay, in passtng through a throng, was obstructed by a burley citi zen. Mr. Clay politely asked Him to let him pass; the ruffian re sponded that he didn't get out of...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

ILLUSTRATED LAUREN 5T0UT , 8YN0PSIS. .CHAPTER I John Valiant rich ao Mety favorite, suddenly discovers that the Valiant corporation, which his father founded and which was the principal source of his wealth, has failed. CHAPTER II He voluntarily turns over his private fortune to the receiver Cor the corporation. "CHAPTER m His entire remaining possessions consist of an old motor car, a white bull dog and Damory court, a oeglected estate in Virginia. CHAPTER IV He learns 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 Dand ridge, an au-burri-h aired beauty, and decides that he la going to like Virginia Immensely. v CHAPTER VI An ol3 negro tells Shir ley's fortune and predicts great trouble tor her on account of a man. CHAPTER Vn TJncla Jefferson, an old negro, takes Valiant to Damory court. CHAPTER VIII Shirley's mother. Mrs. Dandridge, and Major Bristow exchange rem...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 April 1914

Pub ,Gra E 22, : Ky., Sra Jim One six: Thn One Tl V star den pur stea HlK CO. war thai natc . A thai suit cou; Cla: was zen. to I spo: the bite and pinj his havi muc nati If Hue the shoi him cour here that he a Stat by a ly d( tice. ta b; fleer: he r. that S., n supp for s Hi noth leadi flag; perfc vvhic derm a bre shou himj ican held of et divid W arres may ernn agaii than throi banc also tion ican ed o The Unit prot cour ' It say fact.' deac spea prog is a of beer dow fron prin Tl Pres Bry is ar intej ry. brig; and man ican; W and prop fami the stitu was tect our peac TEXT-BOOK LAW GOING TO COURT BIDDERS AND. iTATE OFFICIALS WANT 'AMBIGUITIES CONSTRUED. TAXPAYERS WILL START SUIT With an Arbitrary Commission of 15 Per Cent to Retail Dealers, Book Concerns Wonder How They Can Sell at the Lowest Price. Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort. Patent ambiguities in state text book law probably will be brought to the attention of the court of appeals through a taxpayer's suit some...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

( . We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy'of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. N RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914. VOLUME II. No. 18. 1 t-'i- FOOD FOR VERA CRUZ ST0PPDBY DEATH THREATS Governor of State. Wili Execute Anyone Who Takes Supplies to Americans There. REBELS FACE A HARD TASK Confirmation of Army Plot Against Huerta in Mexico City Received - Mexico Breaks Off Commercial Relations With U. S. Washington, May '4. Sailors and marines who were killed at the occu pation of Vera Cruz will be honored with funeral services of a national character on the arrival of their bod ies aboard the United States cruiser Montana at New York, the navy de partment announced here. Washington, May 4. Senor EBtava Ruiz has been appointed minister of foreign affairs in Huerta' s cabinet, ac cording to advices received at the Spanish embassy. He succeeds Min ister Portillo y Rojas, whose resigna tion . was announced. A previous dis patch from Mexico City had an nounced tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

I 1 Tl In Kentucky The carpenters in Lexington went on a strike last week. Congressman A. O. Stanley speaks at Paint Lick this after noon at two o'clock. Over $7,000,000 has been spent by the Government in building locks and dams in rivers of Ken tucky. , ' W. R. Humphrey, of Lexing-J ton, Ky., has been elected Grand . Regent in the order of the Royal Arcanum. , Mrs. H. C. Howe has been ap pointed Postmaster at Valley View upon the recommendation of Hon. Harvey Helm. Jackson is to have a new post office building and plans are now being prepared for the same. The contract will be awarded for it in June. State Senator Joseph Bosworth, of Middlesboro, has announced his decision to make the race against Mr. Powers for Congress in the Eleventh district. Kentucky tobacco growers will be affected by. the bill placing a tax on coupons given away with manufactured tobacco, according to Kentucky's representatives, The cattle market at Mt. Ster ling last week had about 1200 head. They sold fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor SHERWOOD CLUB A most chaming afternoon was spent by the Sherwood Club with Miss Elizabeth Bumam on Saturday. Hie following excellent programme was Siven: Schubert's Serenade, Miss Evelyn Guin higliani. "Sing Me to Sleep" (L. Rose) Miss Mary Allen Deatherage. "Under the Leaves" (Thorne) Miss Mary Louise Deatherage. "On the Sea" (Schyette) Miss Marie Louis Kellogg. "A Winter Lullaby" (R. de.Koven) Miss Jeanette Pates. Paper "Life of Schubert," Miss Austin Lilly. After the musical delicious sandwiches and orange ice were served. Mrs. S. D. Parrish entertained very de lightfully on last Friday at six o'clock din ner at her home bn Fourth Street IN HONOR OF VISITORS Miss Effie Land, Miss Winn and Miss Oney the guests of Miss Elizabeth Turley and Miss Tommie Cole Covington have been extensively entertained the past week. On Saturday afternoon Miss Tommie Cole Covington entertained with a theatre party in honor of the three cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

DEVICE FOR CARRYING EGGS Flexible Carrier, When Tightly Tied, Prevents All Breakage by Roil Be Greatest Combination Offer Ever Made I it II Hi )li,innniga N1 i ii'wj,.'i".t"ie Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advlc FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience ma Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie Krenue, Chicago, I1L. and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. A house 36 by 40 feet Is Just about the right size when you want four bedrooms with good sized living rooms v down stairs It makes a great dif ference in the cost of building wheth er you have large rooms or small rooms. Many times architects are asked to design an eight-room house with no sl2es stipulated, but ,it is intimated that large rooms are wanted. When the plan is finished and the cost ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

1 ' i I i I i The Sensation. Upon returning from the city. Far mer Green said to bis friend: "Say, Aaron, I had a ride in my cousin's automobile while I was np to the city." "Ye did? How"d seem?" asked Aaron. v "Wa-al.- replied Farmer Green, "it seemed a good deal like fallin' into a mighty deep well, only ye dropped straight ahead instead of down'ards." A Sure Thing. "Wilks bet Dilks $5 this morning that Dobbs would put his feet on his desk before he had been at work half an hour." "Who wonf ' "Wllks did. He was betting on a certainty because he knew that Dobbs was wearing a new pair of silk socks that cost him three dollars." The Boy Scouts. Big Brother Bill Wanter come wif is, do yer? What bloomin' good would you be in a war? Capting (in the distance) Better let 1m come, and I'll make 'im me aide-de-kong. We can't keep the whole bloomin' army waiting. Syd ney Bulletin. Blame the Hens. "Do you furnish affidavits with your eggs, showing exactly the minute they were laid?" asked the...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

Si Pui ! ,Gr, 22, Ky SI 3 Or St I Tr ! Oi.'l i Si d P si F o v t E, t ( ( i !" I Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, Owner Entered as second-class matter January zt, 1913, at tne post omce at Kicnmona, Ky under the Act of March 3, 1879. Srant S. illy, -Jlnna S. J0iff, - - - Sditor Soeicl Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year $1.00 Six Months 1 60 Three Months. .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914. MAY THE BEST MAN WIN Hon. Shelton Saufley, Editor of the. Interior-Journal, of Stanford, has announced that he will enter the Democratic contest for the nomination for Congress from the Eighth Congressional Dis trict, which district is now rep resented by Hon. Harvy Helm. Both candidates are from Stan ford, and Mr. Saufley has hereto fore been an ardent snpporter of Mr. Helm. Now things are not so pleasant between them as they once were, and Mr. Saufley is going in to win. Therefore we may expect the woods to be thor oughly shelled and all votes sent to t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

-1 i 1 -' 'Ml?. Mm POST ILLUSTRATED LAUREN STOUT SYNOPSI8. .CHAPTER I-Oohn Valiant a rtoh bo Wety favorite, suddenly discovers that th Valiant corporation, which hta tather rounded and which was the principal source of his wealth, has failed. CHAPTER II Ha voluntarily' turns over ls private fortune to the receiver for the corporation. CHAPTER HI Hts entire remaining possessions consist of an old motor car, v white bull dog and Daraory court, a fieglected estate In Virginia. CHAPTER IV He learns that this' es tate came Into the family by royal gTant nd 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 ha la going to like Virginia immensely, t 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 Begro, . takes Valiant to Damory court. r N CHAPTER Vin Shirley's mother, Mrs. Dandridge, and ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 May 1914

OIL KING'S CASH IN EVIDENCE ROCKEFELLER - FOUNDATION PAYING $250,000 A 'YEAR IN RURAL EDUCATION. IS PARTNERSHIP IS EXPLAINED Instructors in Kentucky Are Paid By Rockefeller Under a Partnership Ar rangement With the Department of Agriculture. (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort, Ky. John D. Rockefel ler's Standard Oil cash, -which some persons hold to be tainted, is very much in evidence in educating the rural people of Kentucky and other southern states, according to a report made in the senate at Washington re cently by Secretary of Agriculture Houston. The report was called for In a resolution adopted by the senate some time ago, of which Senator Ken yon, of Iowa, was the author. The response from Secretary Houston shows that the Rockefeller Foundation i3 paying out for this purpose $250,000 a year. "A part of this appropriation," says the report, "has been used for general demonstration work in the states of West Virginia and Kentucky. About $75,000 of the amount is dev...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 May 1914

t f BIG INJUN V E W E LC Q M E TO ?OUR GITY i! r- t. Richmond; Kentucky, Tuesday, may 12, 1914. No. 19. VOLUME II. ill I'll It 1 X. - A A- A. A - a. A. K A A 4 i 5 'J THE GREAT POWWOW IS IN PROGRESS Many Notable Braves In Attendance. Wigwam at Masonic Temple. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. PROGRAM FOR TODAY John E. Sexton, Chairman Music Orchestra Invocation Robt T. Crow, G. P. Address of Welcome .... Judge W. R. Shackelford Response L. B. Herrington Music ' - Orchestra Address of Welcome on Behalf of State of Kentucky Governor James B. McCreary Response on Behalf of Great Council of Kentucky Charles Davis, G. S. , Music Orchestra Band Concert Second Regiment Band 11:00 A M. Organization Great Council Business Meeting Great Council Band Concert Second Regiment Band 2:00 P. M Great Council Meeting 6:30 P. M ' . Band Concert 8:00 P. M. Cherokee Tribe, No. 8, Degree Team, will in itiate fifty Pale Faces for Floating Canoe Tribe at First Regiment Armory WEDNESDAY, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 May 1914

Publ ,Gra Ei 22, Ky., Sra Jim One Six .' Thn One! pu st i H I cc VV n. ! s i C :' C ; Now In Session The annual Tenth District Con vention of the Christian Churches will be held in this city today and tomorrow at the First Christian Church. The district comprises Garrard, Lincoln, Madison and , Pulaski Counties. The following is the Program ' in full for the two days: . W. B. M, MAY 12. 9:00 Song Service. Devotional Mrs. Lelia Cook. 620 Business Period: Report of Auxil iaries, Circles and Mission Bands. Dis trict Report Appointment of Commit tees. "How Best Results Were Achiev ed" Presidents of Auxiliaries and Cir cles. 10:40 "Our New Plans" Mrs. Louise Loos CampbelL 11:10 "Conservation of the Young Wom an for Christian Service" Mrs. C. A. Thomas, President Ninth District. 11:40 "A Message" Mrs. Ellie K. Payne. Adjournment AFTERNOON 1:30 Devotional: Richmond Mission Band. 1:45 "Our Children" Mrs. Ella Payne, National Secretary Y. P. Work; Mrs. Walden, State Secretary Y. P. Work. 2:4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 May 1914

if Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Miss Elizabeth Best entertained very charmingly at an informal dance last Tues day evening at her home on Woodland Avenue. Miss Eleanor Hagan gave a beautiful six o'clock dinner on Thursday evening in compliment to the graduating class and teachers of Madison Institute. ' Mjss Jeanette Pate entertained at cards on Monday afternoon in honor of Misses Land and Winn, the guests of Miss Eliza beth Turlev and Miss Tommie Cole Cov ington. The Music Class under the direction of Miss Alley entertained with a lovely mus icale and tea on Wednesday afternoon at Madison Institute in honor of the graduat ing class of 1914. MEECE-GORMLEY Mr. Charles D. Gormley of this city and Miss Mattie Meece, of Somerset were mar ried April 30th at the Methodist Church in that city. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gormley of this place. IN HONOR OF GUESTS The following handsomely engraved in vitations have'been issued by the Senior Clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 May 1914

r? rp BEST VARIETIES OF PEACHES Fruit Cannot Be Grown in Many Sec I tions on Account of Severe Cold Weather and Frosts. It is generally considered that or dinary varieties of peaches cannot be Successfully grown where the temper ature is liable to drop to 20 degrees below zero for . any considerable length of time. It is also true that the peach is very often Injured by the late spring frosts or by a 'sharp fall in temperature following & period of unseasonable warm weather in mid or late winter. Because of these reasons the peach cannot be grown commercially in many sections even though the soil and other condi tions are favorable. Fortunately for the man who would grow peaches for home use, there are several varieties which are more hardy than the ordi- nary run of varieties, and whfch may be depended upon to bear at feast occasionally even under rather unfa vorable circumstances. Experiments at the Geneva (N. Y.) experiment station Bhow that there are certain varieties which ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 May 1914

HENKT HOWLAND I fun the breeze gentle That blows In - . spring , The thing' Concerning 'which the poets sing , Their melodies. I flip the hats through the street; " I rout The microbes out And send them forth to meet The man who fails to close His mouth or use his nose For breathing pur poses. I make The hobble skirt Ixjok like a pair of tights. Tm wild and free; 1 break Through windows, and I flirt With destiny, I am the gentle breeze; I scatter the dust Upon the wicked and the just; When buds begin to bulge I rip oft signs and uproot trees, I cause old people's bonts to ache; I make The rich depart for warmer climes. And carelessly be times 1 cii use Uie poeta to 2n rhapsodies. Indulge Bound to Be Respected. -Don't argue with me," snapped the boy's father. "I'm not arguing with you, father." "You arc You've contradicted me six times." "I. havent contradicted you once." "Confound it, don't you think I know a contradiction when I hear one? I "want you to understand that you're got t...

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