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

;4 DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS No, Father's Joy-wagon can hardly be classed as a whirtwtnof W1 r Modem Chivalry By DONALD CHAMBERLIN I was sitting on the porch with Farmer Griggs, while his daughter. Philena, surrounded by a group of chil dren, was reading to them stories of the age of chivalry. Her father and I could hear her, and while she read how Sir Somebody charged upon Sir Somebody Else In a contest for the Lady Whafs-her-name 1 noticed that the farmer's eye lit up, and he seemed to be rapt In reminiscence. "They don't do sieh things now that a-way," he said when the story was finished, "but ifs jist as nateral for men to fight for women today as it was then. But they're ginirally young fellers, and the gals is young too. had a scrap like that when I was younker. I beam one day that there was to be a dance in a barn six or seven miles down the road. After sup per I started to walk It" "What," I interrupied, "walk seven miles, dance all the evening and walk seven miles back!" "Oh,...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

nmYWnoND swim Andrews AUTHOR ' THE PfRFFCT TRJfJUTf, THC DETTO? TRrA5URr, JTTC. ILIVSTPATKTO ILLSVORTfl DVNG coprf?Jxr r$3 &r oooas trrnau compamy ; 'C .. U "5 x i trutn -sne carea lor urn, ana tnen SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Francois Beaapr, " a peasant babe of three years, after an amusing incident in which Marshal Ney figures, is made a Chevalier of France "by the Emperor Napoleon, irf the home of the lad's parents in the village of Vic . 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 Franc under another Bonaparte. CHAPTER II At the age of ten Fran cois meets a stranger who Is astonished j when the boy tells him he may one day be a "marshal of France under another s Napoleon." - CHAPTER in Francois demonstrates his nerve hv rHmhlnr a Viftv nhnrrl steeple. This deed is witnessed by the stranger who marvels at the boys game- . ui ami iumlb nun lu visit nun u ' the Chateau. CHAPTER IV Fran...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 6 August 1914

BEGKHAL1 WINS IN KENTUCKY Camden Gets Short. Term For United States Senator. VOTE IN STATE WAS LIGHT Governor McCreary Failed to Carry a Single District -Present Congres sional Representatives Who Were Candidates For Renomination Were All Successful Little Disorder at th polls. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 3. J. C W. Beckham is Democracy's choice in Kentucky for United States senator. Johnson N. Camden Is the winner for the short term nomination. - Though much interest had been aroused in the various races, there was little disorder at the polls. The rote was light. Beckham has carried seven of the eleven districts. Governor McCreary has not carried a single district. Beckham has majoities in the First, Third, Fourth, Seventh, Eighth. Tenth and Eleventh, while the Second, Fifth, Sixth and possibly the Ninth will go to Stanley. The seven representatives who did have contests scored a clean sweep throughout the state and all will be candidates for election in November. Barkley carried the Fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

lit 4 m We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. Scudged Print RICHMOND, ' KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1914. No. 32. VOLUME II. 3 Avys A I. ' Death of Mr. J. W. Pates ' Mr. James W. Pates, one of the oldest and befct known citi zens of Midway, Ky., died at . his home on Tuesday flight after having been in failing health for a number of years. Mr. Pates was born in Wood ford on the 22 of May 1832, and died August 4, 1914. Early in life he was married to Miss Sarah Elizabeth Woolurns and of this union six children survive; Capt John R. Pates, Supt of the L. & A. of this city; Misses Annie and Sarah Pates and Mrs. Jen nie Clark of Midway Ky., Mrs. Joseph Tanner, of Clark Co., and Mr. James W. Pates of Pittsburg, Penn. Mr. Pates was a deacon in the Christian church having been a life-long member of that denomination. He was a man of gentle," kindly disposition, an affectionate husband and father and a man with the highest sense...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

:-;'.,V T HEM AD IS ON I AN i i - - - i - I ... j I DIGEST OF WORLD'S IFPORTAHT HEWS EPITOME OF THE BIG HAPPEN, INGS OF THE WEEK. TO BE READ AT A GLANCE Ham. Both Forclan . and Domestic. That Have Interest for Busy Read- era. Arranged and Classified for Their Convenience. Washington Congress at Washington passed the bill appropriating $2,600,000 for the relief of Americans In Europe. The bill was signed by President Wilson. The state department cabled $300,000 of this sum to Ambassador Page in London. The armored cruiser Ten nessee started for Europe to distrib ute the remainder at various ports. To enforce neutrality. President Wilson issued an order leading the navy to establish censorship over all wireless telegraph stations within United States Jurisdiction. Diplomatic dispatches to Washing ton indicate Sweden will Join Britain, France and Russia if it finds itself un able to remain neutral. The Adamson general dam bill to au thorize federal permits for dams on navigable streams...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

if i I If V; crepe de chine combined and draped with relatives. Young waiipn wm remain in lace and chiffon. The veil was of delicate Kentucky during the winter season, and silk net, caught with lilies of the valley, become a student in me wiiiersDurg mui- Her boquet consisted of Killarney roses, tary Insiltute. Kicnara win return to At- The groom and best man wore the usual lanta and enter tne ueorgw wmtary in-. black. The guests were limited to the stitute. Thes young ueuemen nave a nost close friends of the contracting parties- of friends here who will regret their de- those from a distance being: the Rev. Mr. parture for so long a time.-rOrIando, Fla., Gatton and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ov- Reporter Star. erall and son, from Elizabethtown; Miss CapL and Mrs. C B. Brittian, of Wash- Mae Akers, of Sonora; Mrs. Mark Elliott ington D. C, are the guests of Mrs. W. A. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran, Shanks in Stanford. Lillian and Gracie Cockran, of Lancaster. Mr nave Vaudeveer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

TH E MA D I S O N I AN OLD EXECUTIVE TO SELL HOME OF GOVERNORS FOR OVER CENTURY- TO PASS FROM STATE'S HANDS. ACQUIRED BY GIFT IN 1794 Governor and Entire State Capitol Commission Will Be Present at Sale on September 12. (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort. The old executive man sion, the site of which the common wealth acquired by gift in 1794 as part o? the consideration for , choosing Frankfort for the capitol, will be sold at auction September 12 at. 2 o'clock. Gov. McCreary and the entire state capitol commission will be present at the sale. The 1st, 345 by 150 feet in dimensions, with the mansion, in which governors for a hundred years, until this year, have lived, will be offered in parcels of six lots, then ten lots and then as a whole, the sale being made in the manner which will realize the largest sale price. In 1792, when under the first con stitution a committee was authorized to select the location of the capital, and Lexington and other cities con tended with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

if (Q(g STRICT NEUTRALITY Mm I . VESSELS MAY NOT QUIT PORT IP SOLE AIM IS TO CARRY RE SERVES TO EUROPE. - ' MM ay KSM:al'; liege HEAVY ASSAULT ORDER TO Dead and Wounded Were Piled High on Battle field Twenty-five Thousand Die in Terrific Three Days of Fighting Berlin Makes Light . of Battle Other War News CONFLICT IN BRIEF The siege of Liege is the out standing feature of the European war. The latest advices received by way of London, in the form of offi cial dispatches, say that Liegestill holds out. The Germans asked for a 24 hour armistice in which to bury their dead; the Governor of Liege, Lieut Gen. Leman, granted the re quest. I On the authority of the Belgian War Ministry, the German casual ties in the battle around Liege number 25,000, according to their own admission. An official statement, issued from Berlin, described the attempt on the Liege fortresses as unsuccess ful and the assault of the Germans as a "unique act of heroism." German diplomats have been using their utm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 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. JZMmS 3la 2). J2illg, - . Sditor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year - $1.00 Six Months Three Months. -35 One Month - IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1914 Democratic Ticket. For U. S. Senator, (Long Term) J. C. W. BECKHAM For Short Term JOHNSON N. CAMDEN For Congressman 8th District HARVEY HELM Fifty Years Ago Today. Aug. 11. General Sheridan's new army broke camp at Halltown, Va., near Harpers Ferry, and march ed toward Winchester In pursuit of Early. The New York Tribune gave notice to printers that it would resist a new union scale of wages which advanced rates 33 1-3 per cent Journeymen were earning $25 to $40 per week. Twenty-five Years Ago Today. The world's fair in France was attracting crowds of Amer ican tourists. IMPOSING Oil THE PRESS Politicians are imposing on the country pres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

f APPARATUS FOR TESTING AMOUNT OF BUTTER FAT IN 11LK AND CREAM Perfected At Wisconsin Experimental Station Years Ago -Can Retain High-Producing Cows of Herd With Improvement To Herd Yield ' i This test, which was perfected by : Dr. S. M. Babcock, of the Wisconsin Experiment Station about , 21 years sui i useu lu determine me amount , i uuitenai ,ia mux ana cream, lis v use in connection . with a . milk quick and simple means of finding out ; exactly hdw much butter each cow in r ''his herd is giving. Knowing this, he can then retain the high-producing cows in the herd and use their off- , spring to secure still further improve ;. ment in the herd yield..- - , A complete testing outfit costs from $5 to $20, depending upon the capacity. Complete directions are sent with each outfit, and by following these any farmer can easily, make a quick and accurate test. ' The apparatus used consists of (1) a whirling machine or centrifuge; (2) graduated test bottles; (3) a glass measuring pipett...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

vy M- JL-- 3 ,j x wta. No. II. A LODGING FOR THE NIGHT By Robert Lotus Stevenson Twenty-four famous authors were asked recently to name the best short story in the English lan guage. The choice of Booth Tar kington, Jack London, Alfred Henry Lewis and Richard Harding Davis was "A Lodging For the Night" by Robert Louis Stevenson, ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON PART I. T was late In November, 1456. The snow fell over Paris with rigorous, relentless persistence. Sometimes the wind made a I pallad ad of sally and scattered It in flying vortices; sometimes there was a lull, and flake after flake descended out of the black night air, silent, circuitous, intermina ble. The cemetery of St. John had taken its own share of the snow. The clock was hard on 10 when the patrol went by with halberds and a lantern, beat ing their hands, and they saw nothing suspicious about the cemetery of St John. Yet there was a small house, backed up against the cemetery wall, which was still awake, and awake to evil pu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

0 mmmu f. & J I III H H dkV WW Hi ' s " X- U i. . M -fc- -u-l ii Pi MARYRMQND ANDREU5 author thc Pfi?rrcT TRipurr, tht petto? thea-surf, etc. &LU5IRATI0fl$ gy ILL5VORTn OVNG-- QOFYRlSffT fS3 BY DOQQS fflU COMPAiY . , 72 U SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Francois Beaupre, a, peasant babe of three years, after an amusing incident in which Marshal Ney figures, is made a Chevalier of France by the Emperor Napoleon, in the home of the lad's parents in the village of Vic- ?ues. France, where the emperor had brief y 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 cois meets a stranger who is astonished when the boy tells him he may one day be a "marshal of France under another Napoleon." - CHAPTER m Francois demonstrate his nerve by climbing a lofty church steeple. , This deed Is witnessed by th stranger who marvels at the boy's game ness and asks him to visit him at the Chatea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

Oh. Joyl Father's relatives havo heard about the Auto SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 kvetx.. wei-t-! I CooK. KMO.i tl56. BftRTHA , -o.: ANO HI We. WOULDN'T lit- Lesson VI!. Third Quarter, For Aug. 16, 1914. ' KNOW WC ANY RELATIVES VTH WW jrov STAY AWA.Y THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS rilT f AunC OVITB NtcfeUTr THANK. W , , V . Um vmmbZ? . . L: . . kwtVuST mam VPl ( vou . -rM , u, v6 m ioc MfaQHBoRj ' ; TWAT VOW JVST OtV , " . 7 I v unuB-Mwria wa; r -.t-1 , 1 1 ' -ZJZrZ-J2 T : i- d to : : .T V Text of the Lesson, Matt, xxi, 33-46. Memory Verses, 42-44 Golden Text, Matt, xxi, 42 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. ; During these last days of the week preceding His crucifixion as He taught daily in the temple and went at night to the Mount of Olives He spake many things in Ilia farewell messages to this unbelieving nation. Most of them are recorded by Matthew. Mark and Luke, but some by Matthew only. This . lesson, concerning the vineyard and the wicked husbandmen. Is record...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

.SATDBDAY NIGHT I 'sermons: BY. -EUiG. CKAKDPA. RING Text, "Proclaim liberty throughout U the land unto ail the Inhabitant ther- . i stooa yesterday, nat in nana, before the Liberty bell In Independence halLS A moment before I bad been oat in front of the browse statue of the Fa- .ther of His Country on the Chestnut street sidewalk. : Then I visited the museum and looked with wondering eyes at the curios and relics. . I trod gingerly through those Revolutionary nails of fame where one may Bee the pictures of the signers, the chairs in which they sat, the inkstand which they used. Then I stood before, the ' bell. As I gazed at the ins-ription, the text aDove, my vision swam.., it was no longer 1914, with the electric cars thundering past the hall and great sky scrapers casting tneir snaaows over me building. I stood in July Fourth, 1776. "What I Have Written.", . The morning was not - hot, only loudy and sultry. Then came a thun- orcfArm a rc f r vrn o-V 4-Via rlrirl a Vin vet" ITfli...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 11 August 1914

General News While wrestling, J. ot Troy, sustained a R. Brown, broken leg. Mrs. W. G. Gibbs, of Clairon) Ky., at the age of 90, writes po etry ridiculing fashions ; ' ; ; -oo- The dove law expired on last Saturday, and there ; promises to be many nimrods busy in the fields between now and October first ' -oo- The old Isaac Shelby farm of 400 acres on Jack's Creek pike near Lexington, was sold by the George Heirs to Llewellyn Sharpe for $50,000. -oo- The county health officers for the State will hold their annual meeting at Pineville on the 18-19-20 of August. Caleb PowersI carried every county in the district except one and won his nomination over Sen. Bosworth by about 8,000; oo Congressman W. J. Fields car ried each county in his district by large majorities. He carried the home county of his opponent by a large majority. All the teachers of Montgom ery county have pledged them selves to teach moonlight schools. About forty teachers in Lincoln county have agreed to do the same th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 August 1914

.-'' ' i 1 V. We Stand for the Purity, of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. !- : VOLUME II. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914. No. 33. mm V National Fox Hunters Hold Meeting At a meeting of the ' Executive Committee of the National Fox Hunters' Association, held last Thursday at the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, it was decided that the meeting would be 'held this year during the second week of November. Roger Williams, chairman of the committee, re ceived . application from Crab Orchard, Oil Springs and La grange requesting that the hunt be held at these towns. v But no decisison will be made until the next meeting which will be held August 20. oo Year's Digging of Coal It has been estimated that the ' amount of coal which will be dug out of the ground in the United States during the present year will be greater by far than the total excavation for the Panama Canal. Experts for the United States geological survey have i estimated that origina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 August 1914

T HEM AD I S O N I A N DIGEST OF WORLD'S IMPORTANT IBS EPITOM E OF THE BIG HAPPEN- I NGS OF THE WEEK. TO BE READ AT A GliRCE Items, Both Foreign and Domestic That Have Interest for Busy Read ers. Arranged and Classified for Their Convenience. European War News Fighting between advance guards of the main German and French armies in Alsace and along 'western France between Germans and Belgians indi cates the proximity of a great battle along the whole line. Japan is about to declare war on Germany and seek to capture Kiao Chou. Official news to this effect iias reached the state department at Wash ington, which fears violation of China's neutrality. The British cruiser Bristol and the German cruiser Karlsruhe fought a running battle off Bermuda. Owing to superior speed, the Karlsruhe escaped in the night The "first considerable battle of the war," to be known as "the battle of Haelen," was won by the Belgians against 10,000 Germans In Belgium. Of ficially it Is announced three-fifths ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 August 1914

T H E MADISON I A" N nn n n . DSD 1 did n n nn mm uvy Q) Oil 4 n I V v V - , HffilAN ARPilY ADVANCING SLOWLY ACROSS BELGIUM 'z Warned Against Placing the Slightest ince in Many Rumors Current Daily rding the Alleged Victories or Defeats - it Paris Journal states that it is absolutely certain that Japan will declare war against Germany. The Daily Telegraph sas the Japanese ijias put to sea. iicS Agency announces that Field Marshal Sir John French, the Commander-in-Chief of the English army," joined Gen. Joseph Joffre, the French Commander-in-Chief. A dispatch to the Central News .from Rome says that according to ratable information from St Pe tersburg . Russia has mobilized 2,000,000 men on the German and Austrian frontiers, half a million on the Turkish and Roumanian frontiers, while 3,000,000 men are. held in reserve. About 150 of , the passengers and crew of the Austrian Lloyd steamer Baron Gautsch were killed or drowned when - the vessel was blown up by a mine off the Island of L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 August 1914

THE M AD I SON I AN. 7 I ' P n S LvdLQ)0y0 1 MM - mMMMMM mm W(M Emm mMmm M V GERMAN ARMY SLOWLY ACROSS BELGIUM Public Warned Against, ) Reliance in Many Rumors Current Daily Regarding the Alleged Victories or Defeats Paris Journal states that it is absolutely certain that Japan will declare war against Germany. The Daily Telegraph says the Japanese navy has put sea. Havas Agency announces that Field Marshal Sir John French, the Commender-in-Chief of the English arrr.y, joined Gen. Joseph Joffre, the Frsncn Commander-in-Chief. A dispatch to the Central News frcr Rome says that according to rp'iab'e information from St. Pe tersburg Russia has mobilized 2,CC0.CC0 men on the German and Austrian frontiers, half a million on the Turkish and Roumanian frontiers, while 3,000,000 men are held in reserve. About 150 of .the passengers and crew of the Austrian Lloyd steamer Baron Gautsch were killed or drowned when - the vessel was blown up by a mine off the Island of Lussin. An Exchange Telegr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 18 August 1914

THE MA D ISO N I AN r o DJDMlDlP UjD(m GERMAN AW 11 Public Warned Against SLOWLY Reliance in Many Rumors Current Daily Regarding the Alleged Victories or Defeats Paris Journal states that it is absolutely certain that Japan will declare war against Germany. .The Daily Telegraph sas the Japanese navy has put to sea. Havas Agency announces that Field Marshal Sir John French, the Commander-in-Chief of the English army, joined Gen. Joseph Joffre, the French Commander-in-Chief. A dispatch to the Central News from Rome says that according to reliable information from St. Pe tersburg Russia has mobilized 2,CCO,C0O men on the German and Austrian frontiers, half a million on the Turkish and Roumanian frontiers, while 3,000,000 men are held in reserve. About 150 of , the passengers and crew of the Austrian Lloyd steamer Baron Gautsch were killed or drown-d when - the vessel was blown up by a mine off the Island of Lussin. An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Nish states that 400,000 Aus trian ...

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