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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 July 1914

wsf You can hardly blam mother for getting a trifle suspMouc I JMTi AM AYiFVt-lM B6. THSR.B. Bt ROVR 1 'CLOCK (tow biui'r err thm awto-ru! SURG. AMD ITS AJ-MOlT THAT NW, AND MOW IU HAVE. T C A ROWUDASOUT WAV YESTEROAI , BUT T WASN'T MV fAuLT, but never mind. 1O.XL0CK THI4 AFTSRNOort AND THIS STftEST WASN1"! 11 U. COMB. FOR YOtf. Ci-OtBD THIS MORMlNC fOtf KNOW TMAT'i WHAT fmi I I cjor THE At TO FoR, SO (Conducted by the National Woman's that iov aovu Efuoy it . Christian Temperance Union.) DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS r . . -7z T """11 .! I -Tu. u c - 1 -eSS3 I 1 THB APbct . I I TOO HAVP NO UCeMSI! . ' ' 1 I I F ZLfa J5'Zssf&v I 1 II VI. ' I -3 - bio?7iS3l I . U1I UMI IL I -sir I 1 V- T-J- TWO. STATION c cmnf ' i-r7yyTMIi inHE 1 I I ALCOHOL AND HEALTH. .",,-' The reoords of the hospitals in our own and other countries testify to the lowered vitality of patients through the use of alcohol by their parents. The Henry Phlpps Institute for Con sumptives in Philadelphia reports that mortal...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 July 1914

J1 A i i l J J m. 11 I No Gentleman. Miss Gossip What's thi3 I hear ibout the doctor's being -no santle nan? I Miss Matter of Fact Yes, that's rue: ? Miss Gossip Tell be about it. Vhat did he Miss Matter of Fact It's a lady ioc or. Pennsylvania Punch-Bowl The Kind He Liked. "Look here, young fellow, you ought o call on Miss Derricker. She's a rifcht girl more than that. She's dually brilliant. Why don't you '!? ' That's why. Do you know any ordi- ry. girls the kind where I can be iily sure whether I am being kidded, iucated or wooed?" f. Staging a Trial. ;"It would help some if you had a fetty wife." f'Alas, I am a bachelor," said the alefactor of great wealth. J"I have an idea. You plead illness, ad I'll have you go on the stand with attractive trained nurse Jn attend ee." Kansas City Journal. v Occasional Relief. "Eeaubrough lias a roving disposl- on. i"Yes. and it's a mercy, isn't it?" ,'A mercy?" ''Exactly; it would be a miserable ling to have a disposition like his iick td a ma...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 July 1914

V -A x. - 3? I s t s c t P tl is bi t .' t i C CI til 2M 1 t:. 1 r 1 1, 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. Ally. Jinna S. jOily, - - Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year...- ...$1.00 Six Months - -60 Three Months ........ -35 One Month. 15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAYJULY 21, 1914. DR. GWALTNET If Dr. Gwaltney, of Winchester, has been correctly quoted, he has given the severest indictment against the present age that could be written. It is not to be presumed that one occupying his exalted position would carelessly or heedlessly utter such far-reaching words. His statement, in substance, is that the world now is worse morally than ever before in its history. We believe that in the last few . years that there has been a de cided change in the history of the rjeoDle and in their ideals, and that this change has noaltoget...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 July 1914

NARY PMOflD SWIM ANDREW AUTHOR TriC PfRFTCT TRIBUTE:, THC (JETTO? TREASURE", ETC. , ELVOTATIQflS ILLSVORTn OOPriiSfr BY GOOOS TJT??U COMPANY , - fj - U ' CHAPTER I. The Prophecy. Half a dozen high, little French voices ated shrilly out into the gar len, .a. sunshiny morning of 182d from the great entry of an old farm house In the Talley under the Jura mountains. The grmdmother, Bitting white-capped in the Center of the hub bub, heard one more willingly than the others, for .not only was Francois her best loved, but also the story he asked for was the story she liked to tell. : Smiling, the grandmother began: "You must know, my children, that It was on a day in the month of May, in the year 1813, that he came. You, Lucie, and you, Pierre, and Marie were not born, only Francois and Tomas. lancois was the older not 3uite three years old. The mother had gone to care for your Aunt Lucie, who vras ill, and I kept the house for your father. It was the year of the great jonscription, when t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 21 July 1914

World 9s ; Greatest , Stidr t -Stories . ' l Now I. THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY By Edward Everett Hale . Twenty-four famous authors were asked recently to name the best short story in the English language. The choice of Mary Roberts Rine hart and Owen Johnson was "The Man Without a Country," by Ed ward Everett Hale. His works are published by Little, Brown & Co. I EDWARD EVERETT HALE PART I. IHILIP" NOLAN -was as fine a young officer as there was In the "Legion of the West," as the western division of - our ermy was then called. When Aaron Burr made his first dashing expedition down to New Orleans in 1805 at Fort Massac or somewhere above on the river he met. as the devil would have it, this gay, dashing, bright young fel low at some dinner party, I think. Burr marked him, talked to him, walk ed with him, took him a day or two's voyage in his flatboat and, in short, fascinated him. For the .next year barrack life was very tame . to poor Nolan. He occasionally availed of the permis...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

V n . ' 1 i I --7 111? Print SLovin .Through We Stand for the Purity'of Home, the Supremacy of Law ancTthe Relief of Tax-burdened People. ; i VOLUME II. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1914. No. 30. "A -A I v till FIRED INTO LlOB FUSILLADE FIRED BY SOLDIERS KILLS 4 AND WOUNDS 60 AT IRELAND'S CAPITAL.-. , Home Rulers Shy Rocks at King's Troops When Attempt Is Made to End Gunrunning. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Dublin. Three men and one woman are dead and more than 60 persona are in hospitals wounded as the re sult of a battalion of the King's Own Scottish Borderers firing into a mob in the streets of Dublin. Seven of the wounded are expected to die. Among them are three women and a boy of ten. . The affray was the result of a gtfn running exploit of the Nationalist Vol unteers, who were being aided by a mob composed largely ot women and youths. . y ' A consignment of rifles, said to number 10,000, was landed fit Howth, nine miles from Dublin, from a private yacht. The...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

IS it 3 ' t I, ).. 1 5 I I; it 8 ' a ; 8 d; t; B ' C . V ll h b d '8) u it w 1 ; o er .- ; Pi ' tb is b fct CJ Fl r , it tb la : In ' -"' ft ooooooooooooo General News At Terre Haute at Knights of Pythias Military ball, the young men and women took possession of the streets and danced the tango. There were about 3000 engaged in the dande. , John Hardimann, a fanner liv ing a mile away from Cincinnati saw through a field glass an in cendiary set fire to the Cincinnati Stock Yards July 5. .The fire caused a loss . of $10,000 and it was thought that the fire was started by a burning balloon. He was watceing some boys shooting a rifle, when the glass focused upon a figure of a white man who stopped and a moment later the fire began, the man then dis appeared into a tunnel. One man was injured and one killed when a C. & O. train struck a large ice wagon belonging to the Kentucky Utilities Company at Mt Sterling Sunday. The horse was killed and the wagon torn to pieces. The Georgia Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

V." V: HENEr HOWLAND (Monde i3 mhk Out upon the farm If lovely Just about thla time o' year; , Lambs and calves are grettln' frisky, birds be ginning to ap pear; Down along the stream the wil lows have a sort of golden glow. And the hens are cack'.in' loudly and the roosters proudly crow; Little colts with tails all curly hoist their hind legs in the air, And the farmer gets up early to begin his duties there. Out upon the farm it's splendid Just about this time in spring. When the winter's gloom is1 ended and there's cheer in everything; Larks and robins buey slngln', b a ckbirds cWrpln in the trees. cheerful ! And promise w n l s -pered out of ev ery p a s s J n ' breeze; Squirrels scootJn on the fences, fields all gettin' green once more; Every day the world commences to look finer than before. I Out upon the farm It's lovely Just along n ho nt this time: here are new nests in the hedges, and the wheat is lookin' prime; j fi.ll the streams ore giaaiy gurgiiu '- the pebbly shallow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 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. Sranl S. - - - ! Sditor 3tnna 3. illy, - Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.. $1.00 Six Months ." , .60 Three Months . .35 One Month .15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1914. VOTE FOR MCCREARY We are for Governor McCreary for several reasons, among the many of which we can name these three: First he is a Madi son county man; second, he is an able man; third, he has had great experience in state, national and inter-national affairs. We do not speak in disparage ment of the other candidates, but we cannot refrain from the idea FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS WHERE IS IT G01KG? Richmond has a total assessed value of $3,542,300 which at a tax rate ot $1.25 a hundred gives an invailable fund of $44,278.75. In addition to this, it has 1,144 polls at $1.50 each, making $2,166. Thus the total funds contr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor MARRIAGE OF PROF. D. W. BRIDGES AND MISS ALMA SCRIVNER Prot D. W. Bridges and Miss Alma Scrivner of this city were, married at high -noon on Saturday at the home of Mr. L. M. Scrivner, lather of the bride, with the Rev. F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster Chris tian, church officiating. The wedding was a veV quiet one, only the immediate fam ily being present After the ceremony the bridal couple left for , a short trip north and on their return will be at home to their friends in Burnamwood. - Mr. Bridges is the Superintendent of the Caldwell High School and is a gentle man who stands high in both social and educational circles. He has made this city his home for the past three years, and in that time has won the friendship of all classes. The bride is a daughter of Mr. L. M. Scrivner and . is a woman of broad culture and charming personality. With their many friends The Madisonian joins in good wishes. AFTERNOON AT CARDS Little ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

Father had-to buy cn Acto far KEEPING SMALL FLOCK DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Is tMo vhat ua( Hf JOT-1 GOOD REVENUE FROM fOULTRY ON VILLAGE LOT. AwEul. now that i V .... : Mr aSl J sw iwnW c :.. LT? "L,. A -'V-.-: v SgSS., WflU HAVE A MACN& THAI TV.. TOMS v4T OT A WtSJd 7. 7 !. f ' , V" P lTL .J- L -r T- V I Mn ."mmR . I , ; I a I limn m i ii f f 1 i i' 1 i III .r Vl " Safo to Say ThaCAny One With Ordl nary Sense and Industry Can Make Money by Raising Chickens Feed Only the Best. (By KATE ST. MAUR. Copyright. 1911.) "With 150 square feet of ground suit able for poultry, and devoting half an hour every night and morning, with an extra two or three hours on Saturday, you should be able to add two or three hundred dollars to your Income. My, authority for this Is my knowledge of a bank clerk whose home is beyond the city limits, who made $S00 last year from a flock of 100 hens, and of a postmistress who made $462, though neither of them gave more than a few hours a week to poultry, so ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

ill ; CPJ mm RAmoM) siwnm andjm Aimiof? thc pmrrcT trjdutf, the &LV5IKATI0fl$ ILLSVORTO OVNG- . COWW SO OOQ&3 WtoiLl COHPMY SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Francois Beaupra. a peasant babe of three years, after an amusing incident In which Marshal Ney figures, is made a tjnevaller or jrrance by the Emperor Napoleon. In the home of the lad's parents in the village of Vie ques. France, where the emperor had brief. ly stopped to hold a council of war. Na poleon prophesied that the boy might one day be a marshal of France under another Bonaparte. - CHAPTER II At the age of ten Fran coiB meets a stranger who is astonished when the boy tellB him he may one day be a "marshal of France under another isapoieon." CHAPTER ITI Francois demonstrates his nerve by climbing a lofty church steeple. This deed is witnessed by the stranger who marvels at the boy's game ness and asks him to visit him at the Chateau. CHAPTER IV Francois visits General the Baron Gaspard Gourgaud. who with Alixe. his seven-yea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

V. s Ci for The lnin thrc Is dlai C fee fine for pot mil fine mut . or i, Ke and ren you Bell old beg to : for II Jou not ens TH tee hav on be the bib am ore ma oft fle' or se: He on wl pe Ti of or nl of la ct gi In ai CI tc e P e It e ii 1 o 8 t ii s "V I t r i 1 t t t t t 1 1 a World's Greatest Short Stories No. L THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY Ll n nil ""-?- Negro Intruder I EDWARD EVERETT Ate By Edward Everett Hale Twenty-four famous authors were asked recently to name the best short story in the English language. $, The choice of Mary Roberts Rine hart and Owen Johnson was "The Man Without a Country," by Ed ward Everett Hale. His works are published by Little, Brown & Co. her as she bids you, though the service carry you through a thousand hells. No matter what happens to you, no matter who natters you or who abuses you, never look at another flag, never let a night pass but you pray God to bless that flag. Remember, boy, that behind all these men you have to do with, behind off...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 28 July 1914

CI for The imn thro tim bos Is dlai C fee fine for pot mil! fine mut , or Kx and ren you sell old beg to : for four plai 11 jon not ens TH '. C see ha on be the bli? am ore ma oft fle' or se: Hi on vrl pe vi. of or nl of la ot gi lc ei c U 6 P e' li g ii 1 o a C ii s T I t r " i 1 t t t t 1 , ' . i ' i t lorld's (Greatest ; ' Short. Stories THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY By Edward Everett Hale Twenty-four famous authors were asked recently to name the best short story in the English language, c The choice of Mary Roberts Rine hart and Owen Johnson was "The Man Without a Country," by Ed ward Everett Bala His works are published by Little, Brown & Co. ? : v ; I EDWAKD EVERETT HALE her as she bids you, though the service carry you through a thousand hells. No matter what happens to you, no matter who flatters you or who abuses you, never look at another flag, never let a night pass but you pray God to bless that flag. Remember, boy, that behind all these men you have to do with, behind ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

'if- We Stand for thePurity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. VOLUME II. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914. No. 31. Ptomaine Poisoning West main street was a scene of great excitement last week brought about by the accidental poisoning of the families of Mr. B. H. Luxon and Mr. L. B. Weis enburg. Mr. Luxon and the children had been in attendance at Sunday school when her little daughter complained of not feel ing well Mrs. Luxon sent her on home intending to follow in a moment She was also taken ill and on going home found the rest of the family complaining. A physician was called and by prompt and heroic work the lives of this family were saved. At the same time the family of Mr. Weisenburg, a neighbor, was sim ilarly afflicted and physicians were summoned and succeeded in relieving their distress. MrB. H. Luxon was in great danger and had a narrow call for his life. He is now out of dan ger and is on the highway to re covery. . While ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

Fifty Years Ago Today. ';. ' Aug. 6. . . Confederate military mine sprang at Petersburg. Having, been located forty rods short of . the Federal works. It proved a failure. New York newspapers were publishing their first details of the battle at Ezra Church, Ga on Sherman's fron which was fought on July 28. Twenty-five Years Ago Today. ; Emperor Wlftlam of Germany reviewed the English home army. The Prince of Wales, in toasting the emperor, said he hoped the great German army . and the ' British navy would influence peace throughout the world. General News The depot at West Irvine was robbed last week and some goods valued at about $85, the property of John P. Miller, were stolen. Senator James celebrated his forty-third birthday in New York last week, but is now back at his post of duty again feeling like a two-year-old. S. F. Tipton an aged citizen re siding on Cow Creek near Irvine, died Saturday night The special term of the Estill Circuit Court for trial of civi cases only will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

mm 'Smwm toSfiBEi.?ai!VB.D.D. THE WATERS Or LETHE.) Text, " Forgetting those things which re behind." PhIL W. 11 ' . Once 1 1 had the memory training germ in my system. I read the ads. in newspaper and magazine. Wouldn't , I like to remember the name of evey one I meet on my. lecture trips? To go back ten years from now and address all the folks in the hall by their cor rect title? When a man comes up aft er church, "You don't remember me, doctor." "Oh, yes; you are Jack Bone head, a student I met at the State Normal school two years ago! How ' xUd you make out in your exam, in al gebra?" Wouldn't I like to roll off dates of battles, names of kinjrs and all the vice presidents of the United States to groups of admiring friends? Sure! So I got every memory training system then on the market On that third shelf from the top before me are fourteen volumns on the various arts of never forgetting. In the lower right hand drawer of my desk are "lessons" galore. . I can condense the whole ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

THE WATERS Or LETHE4 Text, "Forcettlag those things which re behind." Phil, ill, 13. ' Once I- had the memory training germ in my system. I read the ads. in newspaper and magazine. Wouldn't j, I like to remember the name of evey one I meet on my lecture trips? To go 'back ten years from now and address all the folks in the hall by their cor rect title? When a man comes up aft er church, "You don't remember me, doctor." "Oh, yes; you are Jack Bone- neaa. a student i met at cne state Normal school two years ago! How - lid you make out in your exam, in al gebra?" Wouldn't I like to roll off dates of battles, names of kin;rs and all the vice presidents of the United - States to groups of admiring friends? Sure! So I got every memory training system then on the market. On that third shelf from the top before me are fourteen volumns on the various arts of never forgetting. In the lower right hand drawer of my desk are "lessons" galore. . I can condense the whole thing that cost me over a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

Wkt MMimnmn 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 8. illy, Jtnna 3. J2illy. - - Sdifor Social Sdifor SUBSCRIPTION RATES , One Year - 41.00 . Six Months - - -60 Three Months.. r Cine Month .15 IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY,, AUGUST 6, 1914. RALLT TO BECKHAM AND CAMDEN The State primary has come anH cfnne. and two of the most picturesque figures in the history of Kentucky Governor James B. McCreary and Gen. Bennett H. Young - have gone down in crush ing defeat They are probably the last candidates which will distinctly represent the Lost cause and the lesson teaches that the hands of the younger generation, alive with the issues of today and a part of the current history of the State. For Col. Young it may be said that he was never an . office seek er, yet he has always rendered valiant service for his party. Gov. McCreary's political history i...

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

1 P 5-a leach ttie World ' by the I N these, days of enlightenment, each progressive com- munity welcomes every means of communication with its neighbors. The moat, the draw-bridge and the outer-wall have been swept away and replaced by highways and railroads extend ing in every direction. , The Bell Telephone system is the greatest neighbor maker. It not only promotes social and business inter course in each community,- but extends that activity far be yond its borders. City boundaries and state lines are no barriers to inter communication in the Bell system, which includes more than 7,500,000 telephones, oach one a Long Distance station, and over 12,000,000 miles of telephone highways reaching over 70,000 communities. When You Telephone, Smile CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TELEGRAPH INCORPORATED 42 South Pryor St Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor JOY OF LIFE (Life) When life is all sunshine and laughter, v And happiness sparkles like wine ...

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