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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. No. 22. VOLUME II. A' COMMENCEMENT Exercises Begin at Caldwell High School The Baccalaureate Sermon for the graduates of Caldwell High School was preached on Sunday night at the Christian Church by Rev. Crossfield, President of Transylvania. His subject was taken from First- Corinthians, 13th Chap, and 13th verse: "And X1! 1,052 ARE KILLED WHEN EMPRESS OF IRELAND SB Liner Rammed in St. Law- rence River by Collier Storstad. LIST OF SURVIVORS. ONLY 327 ARE RESCUED - Twenty-Two of These Died After Reaching Shore Vessels Collide in Fog. . DROVillED WITHOUT WARflltIG . PROF. D. W. BRIDGES Superintendent of Caldwell High School. now abideth faith, hope and love." His discourse was replete with fine thought and beautiful english. Rev. Cummings of the Presby terian Church at Winchester, pro nounced the x invocation, after which a beautiful musical pro gra...

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

E52S25Z5ZS25Z5Z5Z5Z5ZSZSZSZSZSZS25 In Kentucky The Knights Templar Conclave will be held, in Danville next May. Congressman Cantrill is at Georgetown, looking after his political fences. Commencement exercises of the Winchester High School will commence June 3. A class of twelve will graduate. There will be forty-eight young men and women to graduate from the Western Kentucky Normal School on June 11. The assessment on property in Bath county has been raised 30 per cent for this year, last year it was raised 25 per cent.' Walter Flam, 60 years old, of Pikesville, was the first victim of the year from hot weather. He died on last Tuesday from a" sun stroke. The leading citizens of the colored race paid a tribute to Sen ator W. O. Bradley in the form of resolutions passed at a meet ing in Lexington. The contest over the postoffice at Owensboro is causing Senator James some trouble. The con test comes between Congress man Stanley and Urey Woodson. The June term of the Lincoln Circuit C...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

) I P,jColrt Jk - ocsfs on pa.ie. v I I -m Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Mr. R. R. Burnam entertained at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of his father-in-law, Hon. W. B. Smith, it being his 82nd birthday. We congratulate Mr. Smith and wish him many more happy birthdays. IN HONOR OF TEACHERS Miss Carrie Allman entertained very de lightfully on last Friday evening in honor of her former teachers and the graduating class of Caldwell Miss Allman finishes school this year with high honors. The following invitation has been issued to friends of the families: Mr. and Mrs. John M. Jones request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter ' Lucy to ' Mr. Richard Fowler Parks Thursday morning, June eleventh nineteen hundred and fourteen at eleven o'clock Union City, Kentucky PICNIC meeting of Southland, an organization of Southern women, and received much, ap plause when she sang a solo for the one hundred or more guests assembled. . Last week...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

CHAUTAUQUA SPECIAL CHICAGO TO PARTY OF EIGHTY-FOUR ON THE SECOND ANNUAL TOUR IN DELUXE TRAIN. CROWDS' GREETINGS GREATER THAN LAST YEAR Lookout Mountain and Other Historic Spots Are Seen En ... route. Reception at Charleston, S. G. Includes ; a Launch Ride to Old Fort Sumter. From Chicago to the Atlantic sea hoard, through Southern battlefield and down to historic old Fort Sumter, lay the route of the second annual Redpath Chautauqua special train, Beason of 1914. This train left Chi cago at 7 o'clock Monday night, April 27, with 84 Chautauqua enthusiasts on ,, " f (Of 5i?i V 1 5 Harry P. Harrison, General Manager cf the Redpath Chautauquas, at the lo comotive throttle of the engine, Dearborn St. Station, Chicago. board bound for Charleston, South Carolina. Through Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Geor gia, North and South Carolina, on the lines of a quartet of railways, it sped and at noon of April 29 the party reached its destination. All along the historic route gr...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

a X Wouldn't Work Twice. "Hello! Just the man I wanted to see! I was just telling my friends, or trying to tell them, that story you told me last week, but-1 could not be gin to make it as excruciatingly funny as you made it. Come on, tell it to them." "I cannot tell that story again un til " "Until what?" "Until you have repaid the $5 you borrowed' from me the last time you laughed at it." From Bad to Worse. "Oh, my poor friend! All my sympathy! What misfortune to find, one fine morning, that your wife is gone!" "Yes; but how much worse it is to see her return three days later!" La Eire (Paris). Married a Singer. Bill Music has a wonderful influ ence over us. Jill I know it "Did you ever feel the power of a singer over you?" "Sure! I married one." Ancestors Burned. Bacon He says his ancestors were all cremated. Egbert Why, I thought cremation was a method of recent years? It is. His picture gallery was burned up only a month ago." BOTH STUCK. She I never would have married you- if ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

Wouldn't Work Twice. "Hello! Just the man I wanted to see! I was Just telling my friends, or trying to tell them, that story you told me last week, but I could not be gin to make It as excruciatingly funny as you made it. Come on, tell it to them." - "I cannot tell that story again un til" "Until what?" "Until you have repaid the $5 you borrowed' from me the last time you laughed at it." From Bad to Worse. "Oh, my poor friend! All my sympathy! What misfortune to find, one fine morning, that your wife is gone!" "Yes; but how much worse it is to see her return three days later!" La Eire (Paris). Married a Singer. Bill Music has a wonderful influ ence over us. Jill I know it "Did you ever feel the power of a singer over you?" "Sure! I married one." Ancestors Burned. Bacon He says his ancestors were all cremated. Egbert Why, I thought cremation was a method of recent years? "It is. His picture gallery was burned up only a month ago." BOTH STUCK. She I never would have married you if I'd...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 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. Srant S. J2illy, -Jtnna 2. il!y, - - Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Months - '60 Three Months .35 One Month... 15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. MORE ABOUT INSURANCE In regard to the much discussed insurance question which has been agitating the good people of the State of Kentucky for the last several months, we have received a letter issued by the State In surance Board which convinces us more clearly than anything we have ever seen, that we are en tirely correct in our views of the matter in this: That the State is amply able to take care of all property insurance and make a handsome profit from the same. In the letter sent out, a state ment of the cost of insurance, losses paid and the gross profits of the insurance companies are given. Richmond is not included i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

i 41 iiL IULU5TKATED gy- LAUREN STOUT Kvcrwarran jsr BOOBA-fiauuu. OX 8YN0PSI8. ylXPTER I John Valiant, a rich wo rjxy favorite, suddenly discovers that the Valiant corporation, which his lather tounded and which was the principal euro of his wealth, has failed. CHAPTER n He voluntarily turns jver his private fortune to the receiver tor the corporation. CHAPTER III His entire remaining Possessions consist of an old motor car. a white bull dog: and Damory court, "a beglected 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 Dandridge, an auburn-haired beauty, and decides that he Is going to like Virginia immensely. ' CHAPTER VI An old negro tells Ship ley's fortune and predicts great trouble Cor her on account of a man. jr . i CHAPTER VII-Uncle Jefferson, an old negro, takes Valiant to Damory court. ' CHAPTER VIII-Shirley's moth...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 2 June 1914

URGED TO CUT i THE TAX RATE SLASHING OF TAX RATE POSSI BLE IF PROPERTY IS ASSESS ED AT TRUE VALUE. STATEMENT HAS BEEN ISSUED By State Board of Equalization, Urg ing Co-Operation of County Asses sors in Order to Equalize Bur den Now Being Carried. (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort, Ky. In a statement Is sued by the board of equalization, county assessors are urged to co-oper ate with the board in an effort to re duce the tax rate and equalize the bur den of taxation. This can be done, says the board, by requiring every per son to assess his property at its fail cash value, as is required by law. The statement follows: "After a thorough examination of the assessora' returns, as of September 1, 1913, the state board of equalization, while endeavor ing to perform its duty as required by law, has become convinced that if the laws are literally enforced by the as sessors the burden of taxation can be properly equalized and the tax rate iD the counties, cities and state materia...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

O We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. VOLUME II. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. No. 23. ' s .J i : n i-5 ? f II ( i l COMMENCEMENT At Eastern Kentucky State Normal School In Progress. DR. CRABBE ABLE TO BE OUT. The annual commencement exercises at the Eastern State Normal School opened Sunday night with the preaching of. the Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. B. C. Hor ton who preached from the theme "You are for sale; what is your price?" Dr. Horton made the sermon intensely practi cal and helpful to the young men and women by pointing out that their lives were before them and that they must make them bring the best price; a price not measured by money alone' but by great works. The musical programme was given un der the direction of Prof. Koch, assisted by Miss McKee and Mrs. Hoskinson. Monday morning the class day exercises were begun on the campus and continued throughout the day. After the singing of the class son...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

Helm Has Narrow Escape T. 0. BR0ADDUS TO HAVE i HUE HOUSE FOR THE CONGRESSIONAL CLUB FOR WOMEN, NOW UN DER CONSTRUCTION. MRS. HENDERSON GAVE SITE Organization Is One of the Most In teresting Institutions in Washing tonIts Great Value to Con gressmen's Wives. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. The corner stone of the new club house for the Congress sional Club of Women has just been put in place. Champ Clark, speaker of the house of representatives, made the principal address. His wife has been one of the moving spirits in the club for a good many years. The club house was made possible by a deed of gift of land from Mrs. John B. Henderson, widow of the for mer Republican senator from Mis souri. The new structure will stand at New Hampshire avenue and U street and also virtually on Sixteenth street, sometimes called the Avenue of the Presidents. It is a command ing site and it is understood that the building will be worthy of its location and its purposes. This Congressional Club of Wome...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Mrs. L. B. Herrington was hostess of the Nullo Club on Tuesday afternoon. : Miss Jeanette Pates gave an Alhambra party on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Kathleen Sullivan. After the perform ance refreshments were enjoyed at Perry's. Miss Nannie Gratz Clay has been the recipient of much attention during her vis it to Mrs. Weisenburgh. Thursday Mrs. D. M. Chenault gave a lovely dinner, in her honor, and on Friday she and her hos tess attended a luncheon in Cynthiana. Mrs. L. Rutherford Blanton was hostess of an elegant dining on Saturday evening, at which time covers were laid for the fol lowing guests: Mesdames Thompson Bur nam, C. D. Pattie, T. T. Covington, Waller Bennett, L. B. Herrington, J. M. Riffe, R. R. Burnam and Misses Lucia Burnam and Elizabeth Shackelford. FIVE HUNDRED CLUB Miss Josephine Chenault entertained the Five Hundred Club most delightfully on Monday afternoon from three to five. Be side the regula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

VOH FOR SEEN A Splendid Romance Exciting and Captivating BUILDER OF GATUN DAM WILL MAKE PLANS FOR RECLA ' MATION IN CHINA. WELL FITTED FOR THE TASK Arthur P. Davis and Daniel H. Mead, Both Distinguished Engineers, Se lected for' His .Assistants Start Soon for Orient. RELOCATE MANY OLD ROADS blliBiBljto: ,TVi -w'V Wi'vKf 1 I r,Hi- i, - bf-U - lil fvv Av' I - - ' ,? . -T. 1 , THE Redpatb Chautauquas wUl again this year emphasize work among the children of each community dar ing Chautauqua week. During six days of the week a playground worker will meet with the children at the Chautauqua tent She will conduct a story hour for the younger children, and for the older ones will carry out a program of athletics and physical culture. The instructors for this work have all received their training in leading schools in Chicago. The playground work is under the supervision of Dr. W. A. Colledge, director of the Department of Education of the Redpata Chautauquas. " Throughout the entire country...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

Art. "My imitations of Bernhardt, Irving and Coquelln didn't go very well," complained the performer ' who was flaying in the town hall. "Well, none of lis ever saw Bern hardt or Irving or that other feller," said the sympathetic old janitor, "and, besides, you suffer somewhat by com parison. There was a feller here last week who gave a fine imitation of a ben who has laid an egg." Not for Him. Cyrus (entering a sixteenth floor of fice qX the Syndicate building, per spiring and panting) Them stairs .must be several miles long I Occupant of Office Why didn't you come up in one of the elevators there? Cyrus Not; much! I jes' see one of "em full o' people fall down that hole there. Bohemian There Is Gasoline and Gasoline. Chauffeur Sir, I'm afraid our gaso line is going to catch fire. He Is that the same stuff I use in my automatic cigar lighter? Chauffeur Yes, sir, an He Not the slightest danger. Drive on. Yale Record. Stuck, on Her. Lines. Foote Lighte Does the leading woman in the p...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, Kyj by Grant E. Lilly, - - - - 0wner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Srant 8. Ally, - - Sdilor Social Sditor 31, nna Ally, SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Months - .60 .35 .15 Three Months One Month . IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. STATE FINANCES The Board of Equalization has completed its work and filed its report. The total assessed value of land, town lots, and personal property is given as follows towit: Lands $364,511,395 Town Lots 299,306,656 Personalty 119,697,138 Dog Tax.. 103,400 Exemptions.. 80,758,649 The annual farce has again been enacted. The assessors have assessed, and the State Board has raised the assessment by the assessor to the extent of $18,428,215. Whenever an emer gency exists, ingenuity is equal to the occasion. In this instance having failed to get the Legisla ture, to pass a tax bill increasing the levy, the State was thrown u...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

i became of that 'dollar? It bought af '' He'set her on the solid ground and hla lather did why, he hardly knew big Batchelful of tracts for a mission- j released her looking at her with a!tIm! 0h God why must lt .be so ary. He had been, a poor man with I sneering laugh.' "Now well see ef ye ! hard for U8? Millions of other people sx children and a' wife with a bone- belong here or up ter Hell's-Half- j love eaca otber anJ nothing separates r mm r H ATT rr rPMixTr TPnrr ILLUSTRATED S LAUREN STOUT POST WflZELERJ SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I-John Valiant a rich bo- I Woty favorite, suddenly discover that the Valiant corporation, which his father founded and which was the principal ource of his wealth, has failed. CHAPTER II He voluntarily turns over his private fortune to the receiver tor the corporation. CHAPTER III His entire remaining possessions consist of an old motor car, a white bull dog and Damory court, a neglected estate la Virginia. CHAPTER TV He learns that this es tate came Into t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 9 June 1914

NATIONAL GUARD CAMP SELECTED TWO THOUSAND STATE GUARD TROOPS WILL GO INTO CAMP AT LEXINGTON, JULY 1. FORT SPRING SITE APPROVED Adjutant General Simpson of the East- - ern Division Settles the Ques ; tion of Location. (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort, Ky. The 1914 annual en campment of the Kentucky National Guard will be held at Lexington. Act ing Adjutant General J. Tandy Ellis has ecelved from Governor's Island N. Y., a telegram from Adjutant Gen eral Simpson of the Eastern Division of the United States Army, approving the site. The camp will be held at Blue Grass Park, at Fort Spring Sta tion on the Versailles interurban line, about six miles from the citv limits. beginning July 1 and lasting about ten days. The enure National Guard of Kentucky, consisting of the First. Sec ond and Third regiments, with three bands, hospital and medical corps, etc., comprising a brigade, will encamp at Fort Spring for about ten days, the to tal number of soldiers running to about 2,30...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

SI I II I I I' S IS' It I II vT t - i !; I 1 S in.,s..r- II a. . 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, JUNE .16, 1914. No. 24. i CliLBILL IS PASSED Scratch of Wilson's Pen Re peals Toll Clause In the Canal Act PROPOSAL PROTECTS YANKEES' PRIVILEGE TO EXEMPT COAST WISE SHIPPING. President's Preposition Is Put Through By Vote of 216 to 71 The Vote Closed One of the Hardest Fights Ever Witnessed. Western Newspaper Union News Service, Washington. Only President Wil son's signature was necessay to repeal "the clause of the Panama Canal act exempting American coastwise ship ping from tolls. The long and bitter fight in congress came to an end when the house, after brief debate and without the formality of a conference, accepted, by a vote of 216 to 71, the senate amendment specifically reserving all rights the United States may have under the Hay-Pauncefote treaty or otherwise. Before ending ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

Fox Hunters Elect Officers At the annual meeting of the Central Kentucky Foxhunters As sociation in this city last week the following officers were elected: J. D. Chenault, president; W. H. Burgess, 1st vice president; Sam uel Woolridge, of Woodford coun ty, 2nd vice president; J. W. Mau pin, secretary - treasurer; Evans Tevis, of Waco, Wm. Million, of Miliion, James Canatzar, R. D. 4, Richmond, Thomas Land of .Ruth ton, Harris Crooke of Richmond, Barney Stone, of Athens, Fay ette county, C. C. Maupin, Rich mond, R. D. 2, P. J. Flannery, Berea and Jos. Lindsay, of Win-. Chester, were elected directors for ensuing year. The following committee to select hunting grounds for , 1914 was elected: Jas. Kanatzar, C C. Maupin, W. H. Burgess and J. D. Chen: ault. , Herron Shot at Lancaster Chief of Police Luther Herron, of Lancaster, who was shot last Sunday afternoon by a negro by the name of Bob Stranger, has a favorable chance for recovery. CapL Herron arrested Stranger who resisted and b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

3 . ; : if Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor IN HCfNOR OF GRADUATES Prof, and Mrs. Hoskinson entertained ihe graduating class of the Model High School and their friends on Wednesday evening from nine till twelve, - A very delightful evening was spent, as the young people are always made wel come in this hospitable home. LOVELY DANCE - Miss Elizabeth Shackelford on Tuesday evening in compliment to her three charm ing visitors, Misses Elkins, Griffith and Ball. The spacious hall and parlors were thrown open and here dancing Was enjoyed till a late hour. Clyde and Jordon furnish ed the music At eleven o'clock delicious berries and cream were served. Miss Shackelford is one of our most at tractive and popular girls and a most ideal hostess. Her parties are always a success, and Tuesday evening was one of genuine pleasure. Personal Phone 638 or 659 for all personal items Mrs. Frances Ann Walker and daughter Mrs. Geiger, of Huntington, W. Va., are the guests o...

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