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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

Snapshot of Boluimir Kryl at; a v Redpath Chautauqua ..M.-.mllKimAJIWy'WWWUlJlWJWUI)lllllMMlWIIIIP IIU,,..P lilUm!!!,! . .. J ..PWW.I.IJJ. 'TO f. ; 5 i - ..- w y : .-i - . . r t - -X . s - -' ; " ,V'i , f ,-.? : ,. rVHiXg&i k --:'.s ; , . j X , J SS:S,:..':f '. . ' t" . - . , , . " : .. i I "" V - Ss- ! & vv. . , . ..... : ,:, : . ..&:?: THIS snapshot photograph of Bohumir Kryl, the famous bandmaster and cornet player soon to appear at the Chautauqua here, was taltea last season while on his second annual Redpath Chautauqua tour. mm TWINE We handle only McCormick binder twine. We handle it because we know it is the best. McCormick binder twine is made in four brands manila, pure manila, sisal and standard. McCormick twine gives perfect satisfaction because it is made of the best and most select sisal and manila fibres whichever the brand. When you buy McCormick twine, you never get mixed fibre or fibre of an inferior grade. Every pound of McCormick twine is tested for st...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

TT ISP Not a Good Test. Tom I've seen the girl I want to marry. v I stood behind her at the ticket window this morning and she took seven minutes to buy a five-cent elevated ticket. . " Alice Did that make you want to marry her? Tom Yes; I figured out that she ould never Bpend my income at that Tate. , He StlH Had It. "Look here, you swindler!" roared the owner of the suburban property to the real estate man. "When you sold me this house, didn't you say that in three months I wouldn't part with ft for $10,000?" , "Certainly," said the real estate deal er calmly; "and you haven't, have youT' Ladies' Home Journal. He Explains. Said the wife to the husband, scorn fully: "You are a dead one!" Answered he, meekly: "The Latin language Is a dead lan guage." "What connection is there between you and the Latin tongue?" "We wereboth talked to death!" He Forgot. - "Life is full of strange experiences. "What's been happening now?" "Last night my wife and I went over to the other side of town an...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

ess 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. jOilff, -. Jinna 2. ilty, - - Sdilor Soeial Sdilor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year -$1-00 Six Months.. '.60 Three Months .35 One Month " -15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914. MORE WORKMEN "With demands for more than forty thousand harvest hands rising in Nebras ka, Oklahoma and other Western States General Kelley's army of unemployed continues to move steadliy eastward. Some Napoleonic strategy that!" The foregoing humorous para graph shows that there is some thing radically wrong with condi tions in the western states. We hear this statement in substance every year. We assume it to be a fact that each year at harvest time the western states are short on hands to the extent of forty to fifty thousand. The harvest season lasts but only a short time and the unem ployed of the east could...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

" '..l.y .wr,,-.. - : . .. . , , , IUlJSTKATrD y LAUREN STOUT ; 8YN0PSI8. , poot cwirnrR CHAPTER I John - Valiant, a rich ttoty favorite, suddenly discovers that the Valiant corporation, which his father founded and which was the principal source of his wealth, has failed, r . - - ' chapter II He voluntarily turns over his private fortune to- the receiver tor the corporation. . . .. . . CHAPTER HI His entire remaining possessions consist or an old motor car, a white bull dog and Damory court, a aeslected estate In Virginia. - v -, 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 Dandrldge, an au-burn-halred beauty, and decides that he is going to like Virginia immensely. CHAPTER VI An old negro tells Shtr leys fortune and predicts great trouble tor her on account of a man. . CHAPTER Vn TJncle Jefferson, an old negro, takes Valiant to Damory court...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 16 June 1914

FARrillS DUE FOR GOOD YEAR REPORTS ON KENTUCKY CtfOPS ARE SHOWING UP GOOD ! HARVEST BEGUN. RECORD BREAKER- EXPECTED Commissioner of Agriculture Newman Issues Statement Corn Acreage i Is Given at 96 Per Cent. - 0 (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort, Ky. Taken as a whole, the wheat, hay and blue grass seed crops are assured, while the corn and tobacco crops are not injured to an Irreparable extent. Seasonable weath er can make this year a prosperous one to the farmers in Kentucky. Such Is the encouraging report of Commis sioner of Agriculture Newman. He says that the wheat cutting has begun In the southern portion of the state, and the indications are that there will be a record-breaking crop in Kentucky. Its condition is given at 96 per cent at the beginning of the harvest, and It is too late for weather conditions to prevent the maturing of a large yield of wheat of splendid quality. The crop has but one danger to run, and that is an excessive rainfall while in shock. Rye ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. i' i RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUINE 23, 1914. VOLUME.II. No. 25. F ! if r 1 , FEDERALS SPRING A SURPRISE ON REBELS LEADERS IN SEMI-PANIC OVER IN. ABILITY TO MASS REBEL ARMY FORZACATECAS ATTACK. Natera Lost 5,000 Men in His On slaught Carranza Secures Release of Juarez Employes. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Torreon, Mexico. Gen. Pancho Villa's campaign against Mexico City has been halted. Almost before the rebel army was fairly on its way to the south its progress has been check ed by a wholly unexpected advance movement of federals, which coupled with insufficient rolling stock to trans port the more than 20,000 men and equipment quickly, and the torn-up condition of the railroad, has seriously interfered with Villa's plans. A skirmish at Calera, 19 miles from Zacatecas, which was reported to be a rebel victory, really was a surprise to the rebels and served to check their pro...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

v. Teachers Elected The following is a list of Madi son County teachers elected June 6th. , DIVISION NO. 1. WHITE DisL No. 1, J- B. Caywood; Dist No. 2, Miss Etheleen Wil son; Dist No. 3, Union High School, Boyd M. Williams, Prin cipal; Rufus H. Click and Miss Burnam Taylor, Assistants; Dist No. 4, D. F. Edwards; Dist No. 5, Miss Addie Smith; Dist No. 7, Miss Nellie Lanterp Waco High School, Prof. Robinson Principal, Miss Sue Park, Mrs. Ida Tribble, Miss Nellie Taylor and Mrs. Flor ence Rice Assistants; Dist No. 11, Miss Mariam Noland; Dist No 12, Miss Tempest Terrill; Dist. No. 13. Mrs. Bessie Park. . COLORED Dist No. 3, Nannie L. Gentry; Dist No. 7, Henry A. Laine; Dist No. 10, Annie Turner; Dist. No. 11, Geo. W. Park; Dist No. 12, M.D. Flack. DIVISION NO. 2. Dist. No. 1, John Webb; Dist No. 2, Miss Mariam Yates; Dist No. 3, Miss Edith Peel; Dist No. 4, Mrs. Emma garret; Dist No. 5, Mrs. Nettie Hurley; Dist 6, Pettis Myers; Dist No. 7, Hen derson Fox; Dist No. 8, No Elect ion; Dis...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

- s 4- V I v r ; I' V- V 4 - : : -.f Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Mrs. L. B. Herrington entertained the Nullo Club very pleasantly on Tuesday afternoon from three to five. Mrs. Laura Blanton entertained with a lovely six o'clock dinner on Tuesday, at which time covers were laid for twelve. Mrs. M. C. Kellogg gave a beautitui card party on Monday afternoon in com pliment to her charming visitor Miss Doro thy Kellogg. " Mrs. D. L. Cobb entertained with a Theatre party on Tuesday afternoon in honor of the attractive visitors of Mrs. L, B. Weisenburgh. Mrs. Hale Dean entertained informally at Bridge on Thursday afternoon in com pliment to Miss Dorothy Kellogg, the guest of Mrs. M. C. Kellogg. Mrs. L. B. Weisenburgh entertained two tables of Bridge on Monday morning in honor of her visitors Mrs. Snell and Miss Handy of Cynthiana. A lovely salad course was served and the morning delightfully spent ' Miss Jane D. Stockton entertained the young ladies Bridg...

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 June 1914

OFFICERS TO DISCARD SABER 'Weapon Ccn tdered Out of Date and Will Be Replaced by Straight Sword for Stabbing. The cavalry of the United States la to lose a weapon which has been as sociated with that military arm in all countries since time immemorial. It is the saber that is to go. : The saber, as everybody knows, is a sword of curved shape, meant for a slashing" blow. Under earlier condi tions of warfare it did effective work. It is now considered out of date. To take its place the cavalryman of the regular army is to be provided with a straight sword for stabbing. The new sword will be carried at the addle of the fighting man on' horse back, who, it is expected, will be de prived of the revolver which he has hitherto worn in a holster at his belt. The reason for taking away the pis tol is that the cavalryman does not nesd more than one weapon to shoot with, namely, the rifle, which is sus pended in a boot by his side. This rifle is shorter than the equivalent arm with which the s...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

0- FEW One Reason for High Prices. "What's the matter with this coal bill?" demanded the indignant -consumer. "Why have you raised the price a dollar a ton?" "Why, haven't you heard?" asked the coal man. "Heard what?" asked the consumer. "A ( government expert announces that our supply of coal will not last more than five thousand years," re plied the coal man. The Surly Passenger. . ' "Why did you put that little ticket in my hat?" asked Mr. Growcher. "To assist me in keeping track of fares." "Well, I suppose I'll have to let it stay. But it does seem to me that after paying the full rate I ought not to be called on to help the company keep its books." 1 1 impudence of Wealth. '"Good gracious, what a sight you are! What have you been doing?" "The barber had Just lathered me when , some one came in and told him he had won the big prize in a lottery, and he retired at once." Fliegende Blaetter. By the Berlitz Method. Aunty Wouldn't you like to study languages, Bobby ? " Bobby I can t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

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 8, illy, ; jinna JD. illy, - - Sditor Soeia! Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.....: ........$1.00 Six Months- ..:- -60 Three Months.' ' -r .35 One Month ; .15 ; IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. GOVERNOR WILSON'S ADMIRABLE AD DRESS AT WASHINGTON GROVE, N. J. "The Enquirer has based its opposition to repeal the tolls ex emption law upon three reasons, either of which we believe to be sufficient to unite the votes of the Union against repeal. First No foreign nation has any right to interfere to any de gree with our coastwise trade, our domestic commesce, passing from port to port of our own CUUIlliy Llliuugu any yvcii&i ivaj owned and controlled by the peo ple of the United State. Second. The Democratic party obtained power in 1912 by an ex plicit pledge in its platform that our coastwise v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

, ,N-.--.t,i.F-'.' i Vvli U 5 ' ill Y v 1 t i lead lie beautiful story appear exclusively in The MADISONIAN, beginning about July 1st. V The Madisonian ; gives much general reading not found in other country weeklies. - . Its news service is up-to-date. - If you approve our policies; get on our list. $1.00 a year. See Our Premium Lists and Combination Offers For o me j You can get this paper ONE YEAR and YOUR CHOICE of one' of the following premiums: 1 Fine Picture, worth 50 cts. 1 Good Buggy Whip, worth 50 cts. 1 Set Silveroid , Spoons, 8 pieces, war ranted, worth $1.00. 1 Ladd Egg Beater. 1 Texas Ranger Knife, worth SI. 00. J Pair Scissors, worth 85 cts. 1 Three-piece Set 1 1 Crocodile Wrench, You can send in your or by mail, and pay when tfik The Madisonian, 1 ' 138 Second Street ' RICHMOND, KY. J " - (the MADISONIAN Is Prepared To Do All PR. At Reasonable Rates. Your Patronage Is Solicited. ' The best workmen only are employed. Satisfaction guaranteed New Job Presses New Guts LE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 23 June 1914

I: 1 i 1 -., ... ) f J i I- Our Neighbors Seventeen horses sold on last Thursday brought an , average of $2,000 a head. They were the prop erty of J. L. Holland, of Lexing ton. , A. J. Estes, a highly respected citizen of Estill county, died last Sunday. He. is survived by a large number of children and relatives. t ; While boring for oil at Stan ford, a good flow of gas was struck at a depth of 210 feet It is strongly believed that oil will be found within 500 feet. - The Methodist Sunday School workers in the Danvilie District met Friday morning for a Very interesting programme. Among the instructors is Mr. J. M. May, of South Carolina, who is a noted worker. TheRedpath Chautauqua be gan in Lancaster on Monday June 22. This is the first year that Lancaster has had a Chau tauqua, and the people of fhat city are enthusiastic over the good things that are in store for them. . The Danville waterworks has been supplied with a new boiler and new piping which is being rapidly placed in s...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 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 30, 1914. - VOLUME II. No. 26. IO PROGRAMME FOR STATE GUARD CAM JULY FOURTH BIG DAY AT THE MANEUVER CAMP OF KEN TUCKY BRIGADE. HAVE SCHOOL FOR OFFICERS Military Field Day Governor Will Review Three Regiments Prob Jem of Attack Worked Out. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort, Ky. July 4 will be a big day at the maneuver camp of the Kentucky brigade, National Guard, when a military field day and review of the three regiments by. Gov. lie Creary will be given. On Thursday, July 9, a problem of attack on and defense of the Southern railway line w:l! be worked out by the three regi ments and the regular infantry com pany, which will camp with them, A program of instruction was carried out, prepared by the adjutant gener al s department, including officers' schools, lectures on' camp sanitation and personal hygiene by officers of the United States me...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 June 1914

4 ft a 'A ', t' 1 . ;l i j " : i ' In Kentucky The school census shows that Shelby county has. 4993 children in the school age. Tuesday at 3 p. m. in Louisville the thermometer registered 98 degrees, and Wednesday 100. Blue-grass seed at Paris is sell ing at 25 and 30 cents for green seed jusi: from the stripper and 50 cents for the cured seed. . State Banking Commissioner Thomas J. Smith, has made a call on the banks of Kentucky for a report of business at its close June 20. At Henderson, Ky., the people held a barbeque and welcomed back the insurance companies that had withdrawn from that part of the state. At Munsfordville, Ky., Mr. Al exander Webb aged 97 and Mrs. Mary Smith Logsdon, aged 60 obtained lincense to marry. Mr. Webb's oldest child is 75 years of age. R. P. Scobee has filed suit in the Clark Circuit Court , against Ford Brent for $5,000 which he says was won from him by Mr. Brent on a wager on the price of blue-grass seed. Gov. McCrcary appointed John I. Royalty, of M...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 June 1914

IS e ,1. ) -r Telephoue ajl social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Mr. Joe Watts, formerly of this city who is now living in Biloxi, Miss., has recent ly married a very charming So uthern girl. Mr. Watts is engaged in the Ice Manu facturing busines and is doing well. His old friends here extend congratulations and good wishes. Relatives here have received announce ment of the marriage of Miss Carlyle Stoner, of Victoria, Texas, to Mr. Wm. Wythe Barnes, of Dickinson, Texas. The bride is well jcnown here, being a neice of Mrs. Laura tynne, and has many friends who offer congratulations. I Miss Ruth Hardman and Miss Nancy SvVope, ot Winchester, Miss Hallie Coy, of Kirksville, aud the Misses McWhorter, of Paint Lick, Compose a house party at the home of Mis Nancy Long, in Lancaster. Miss Long if a native of this county, but recently moed to Lancaster to reside. 9 9 The Courier Journal of Saturday has the following interesting announcement: Mr. and Mrs. R.E. McRoberts announce ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 June 1914

j 1 i : i if i 5 H M i I I 1 DAMAGE DONE TO YOUNG FRUITT REES Field Mice and Rabbits Cause Considerable Trouble In y Kentucky j BY GIRDLING THE TREES Simple Remedy to Clean the Sod Away For Several Inches in the Fall and Make a Mound Six to Eight Inches High , Around- Each Packing it Quite Firm. Tree (J. H. Carmody, Department oi Horti culture, Kentucky Agricultural Ex- periment Station.) elu Field mice and rabbits frequently cause considerable damage to; young fruit trees in Kentucky by girdling. Oftentimes the tree is completely gir dled for a space of several inches in length and in extreme cases the in jury extends even down to the roots. This form of injury is especially no ticeable where the young orchard ha3 been in sod. In order to protect a tree against injury of this kind it lis best to clean the sod away from the tree for a space of several inches in' the fall and then make a mound about six or eight inches high around ea:ch tree, packing it quite firm. This Will not only...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 June 1914

I is u "V t V Superior Knowledge. The archbishop had preached a fine sermon on "Married Life and Its Du ties." Two old Irish women were heard coming out of church comment ing on the address. "It's a fine sermon his reverence would be after giving us," said one to the other. "It is indeed," was the quick reply, "and I wish I knew as little about the matter as he does." Troy Record. NATURALLY. First Financier What do you think of this new glass combine? Second Financier Oh! anybody could see through that. Recent Requirements. The statesman of the present time Displays unselfishness sublime, He labors 13 hours a day And never thinks about the pay. Some Use for Him. Mr. Beck Hall Good afternoon, Miss Radcliffe. Going for a walk? I hope I may accompany you? Miss Radcliffe Yes. Doctor Sargent says we must always walk with some object, and I suppose you will answer the purpose. Harvard Lampoon. Unrecognized Merit.' Mrs. Simpkins How long has your son been in the navy, Mrs. Hall? Mrs. Hall ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 June 1914

Published Each Tuesdsiy at Richmond, Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - y- ,- 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. it!g, - - - " Editor 3tnna 2). illy, - Soeial Sdilor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.. - "-- Six Months 60 Three Months -35 One Month- -15 IN ADVANCE. . TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914. LEST WE. FORGET . Looking over some old papers . a few days ago we found a mem orandum which was in the na ture of an eye-opener and has put us to thinking. From this mem orandum we find that in 1901 Madison county had a total as- sessed value of $8,902,000 in rouncf numbers, and a tax rate of 554 cents for county purposes. Comparing that with the total assessed value of Madison county for 1914, which is $13,353,000. in round numbers, gives a net in crease in the assessed value of the property of Madison county of $4,451,000. Reviewing the cur rent history of Madison county, we don't recall that any property of gr...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 30 June 1914

AlIMBqflltHi fiALLiExmrnitKivrs ILLUSTRATED LAURm STOUT 8YNOPS13. CHAPTER I John Valiant, a rloh o Mety favorite, suddenly discovers that th Valiant corporation, which his father founded and which waa the principal source of his-wealth, has failed. CHAPTER n He voluntarily turns over his private fortune to the receiver tor the corporation. ' CHAPTER HI His entire remainW possessions consist of an old motor car, white bull doff and Damory court, a neglected estate In Virginia. v CHAPTER rv He learns that this es tate came into the family by royal grant nd has been In the poeaession f the Valiants ever since. CHAPTER V On the way to Damory oourt he meets Shirley Dandrldre, an auburn-haired beauty, and decides that h U going- to like Virginia Immensely. CHAPTER VI An old negro tells Shir ley's fortune and predicts great trouble for her on account of a man. 5 CHAPTER VTI Uncle Jefferson, an old negro, takes Valiant to Damory court. : ' CHAPTER VIII Shirley' mother, Mrs. Dandridge, and M...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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