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THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE SO, 1915
Music For Joy Night, Chautauqua Week
Third Annual Special Train
Carries 100 Chautauquans
Bourbon Poultry Cure
down a chlcks throat carrs
trapes A tew drop in tlie drfek
iir water cirea aod prevent,
diarrhoea, cholera and other
chick disease. One SOc bo;clc
mpkesliiritlloasof meO-cine. Ai
aiMrusrvl-tm.or by mail po.tpakl.
Trip From Chicago to Jacksonville, Fla., a De
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horntowp, Ind, Tarns Out En Masse to Greet Party During Twenty
Minute Stop Stirring Band Music and Enthusiasm Everywhere.
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Sold by II. L. Perrv, Richmond, Ky
A SAFE INVESTMENT
FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES
IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY.
C C. Mengel & Bro. Co.
7 COIIUUTIYE PREFERRED STOCK.
Par Value if Shares $100.
PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS.
Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Monday in March, June, September and December.
Redeemable as a whole or in part, at any time, at the option of
the Company at 125 and accrued dividend.
7 Cumulative Preferred Stock...
Important features regarding the business of this Company and
this issue of stock may be summarized briefly as follows:
1. This stock is a legal investment for trust funds in the State
2. The company has no bonded or mortgage indebtedness.
3. ' This business was established in 1877 by C. C. Mengel and
C. R. Mengel, and incorporated in 1903 as C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co.,
under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously
successful during the whole period of 38 years.
4. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany
Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest importer of Mahogany in
the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 1911 be
ing 18; 1912, 24; 1913, 14; 1914, 16. .
5. The legal proceedings for the issue of the above Preferred
Stock have been passed upon by Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, and
Archibald B. Young, Esq., of Louisville.
PRICE $100 PER SHARE.
Accrued Dividends to be Added.
JAMES C. WILLSON & CO.
LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. ALMSTEDT BROS.
JOHN W. & D. S. GREEN WAKEFIELD & CO.
Special circular giving complete details of the above issue of Pre
ferred Stock may be obtained, and payment for the stock may be made
MADISON NATIONAL BANK
ACCOMPANIED by stirring band
music and amid enthusiastic
cheering, the third annual Red
path Chautauqua special train, from
Chicago to the Southland, left the Illi
nois Central station at 1 o'clock on the
afternoon of April 15 on a 1,180 mile
trip via the Big Four, Queen and Cres-
ent and the Southern railways. The
train comprised five Pullman cars and
carried 100 loyal Chautauquans. At
(most the same hour the first Red-
path Chautauqua program opened In
Jacksonville, those who were to ap
pear on the first two days having gone
Aside from Signor Francesco Pallaria
and his band, the party Included the
following: Charles Bann Kennedy, the
author of "The Servant In the House;"
kx-Governor and present Congressman
Asbton C. ShallenberKer of Nebraska:
W. E. Mack, vice president of the Cen
tral Trust company of Illinois, and
wife; J. W. Van Buskirk. president of
the Bank of Commerce and Savings,
Chicago, and wife; Harry P. Harrison.
N. B Hadden, aged eighty six, died
at his residence in Mt. Sterling Wednes
day. Unclaimed express packages will be
sold at Paris, on July 2Gth.
Gen. Huerta, who refused to salute
j: the flag and on account of which Presi
"dent Wilson ordered the occupation of
Vera Cruz by Amerioan Marines, is in
San Antonio, Texas, testing the senti
ment of the Mexican refugees towards
A new German gun it is claimed
will throw shells 24 miles.
Mrs. Susan Iliinev an a'ed woman
was struck by a train at Burgiu Wednes
day and instantly Killed.
An earthquake in lower California
did immense damages to properly and
many deaths have occurred and many
injured from the debre. The Imperial
Valley of California sustains severe
Lexington is in the hands of a moral
revolution The vice Commission which
recently made a report on conditions
there, is urging a general moral clean
up. It will be directed against the
bawdy houses of the city first.
Lemberg which was taken early in
the action by the Russians has been re
covered by the German-Austrian' forces.
This is a strategic position and is one
of importance to the Germans.
Gen. Devol, general manager of the
American lied Cross has ordered five
cars of food stutf to Laredo, Texas, for
the purpose of feeding starving Mexi
cans. Lawrenceburg was visited by a $3000.
five last week.
The Sherilf of Cumberland county
arrived at Frankfort having in charge
four prisoners sentenced to serve var
ious terms in the penitentiary they hav
ing be?n convicted of "opossum hunt
ing." One of them was an old man 74
years of age, bent and tottery on bis
feel, who was given an indeterminate
sentence of from 1 to 10 years.
Maysville, Ky., June 23. Captain
Thomas A. Davis, 75 years old, died
suddenly at his home here last night.
He was a veteran newspaperman, hav
ing retired several years ago after forty
years active service. In 18C7 he started
the Maysville Republican, which later
was made the Daily Public Ledger,
both being run as Republican newspap
ers " He was a native of this county.
The Court of Appeals on last Friday
afiirmed the case of Ilendrickson vs,
Commonwealth from Bell county.
Photo by Norman Alley. Redpath Staff Photographer.
SNAPSHOT OF THE PARTY DURING A STOP OF THE SPECIAL
TRAIN JUST OUTSIDE OF JACKSONVILLE. '
.Will Lane, colored, who killed his
wife in Pineville, on February 2, 1913,
and who was given the death verdict in
the Bell Circuit Court, will be electro
cuted at the Eddyville State Prison on
July 13. Governor McCreary on Wed
nesday signed the death warrant, in
which the day of execution was fixed.
On the same day Lane is executed.
Turner Graham, white, who killed Rob
ert McMurtry, sheriff of Hard in county.
will also pay the penalty for bis crime.
It will be the first double execution
since electrocution law went into effect,
By the decision of the highest court,
Pres. Ilendrickson, who was convicted
at the last February term of the Bell
Circuit Court for the murder of Jim
Miller, and given a life term in the
Stale prison, must accept the punish
ment meted out to him by the jury.'
Marvin Ellis formerly of Frankfort
but now of Des Moines, Iowa, who was
reported to have been killed in a rail
road accident arrived home on the same
train his body was expected, and great
ly surprised his family. His wife was
so shocked by the unexpected turn of
affairs that she was completely proslal
ed. Mr. Ellis had given his business
card to some one on the train which
caused the error.
Judge J J. C. Back, of Jackson, Ky.,
who was once a student here, died in
that city last week. - He was a very
capable lawyer and had a wonderful
memory for names and facts. It is said
of him that he remembered everything
that be read with care.
Delegates from Kentucky, Indiana,
Tennessee and Illinois met at Evans
ville, Ind , to route a Dixie Bee-Line
Highway from Chicago to Nashville for
automobiles. Over 1,200 delegates were
Earthquake shocks continue in Cali
fornia. The Imperial Valley is endangered.
Official Washington has ordered that
all mails destined to neutral countries
be sent directly to them and not through
Herbert S. Houston was named as
the president of the Advertising Men
Association which has concluded a ses
sion at Chicago.
Miss Emily Jeffrey, a little Virginia
girl, will unveil the monument at Cum
berland Gap to day. The Governors of
three states, Kentucky. Tennessee and
North Carolina have promised to be
present and Gov. Stuart of Virginia will
The Warehouse Associations will not
cc-operete with the growers is the de
cision of the meeting held at Lexington,
Ky., for the purpose of uniting the
growers and sellers of tobacco.
Many witnesses in the celebrated Thaw
case have testified to his sanity.
Col. House the personal friend and
envoy of President Wilson and President
Wilson have been in conference, over
the war situation in Europe. No signs
of peace are in sight.
The British note claims that America
has no cause of complant against her in
reference to neutral shipping.
Eight men were killed in a wreck on
the Western Maryland Rail "Road near
Twenty prominent men at Hart fort
Kentucky have been indicied in con
nection wilh night riders outrages.
Lucian Beckner is an announced can
didate for Lt. Gov. on the progressive
At Lexington the sons of the American
Revolution gave an annual dinner at
which Mr. James C. Strother was the
oiator of the day.
Because of flood and war, only about
25 per cent, of a crop will be had in Mex
ico. The people are in a distressed con
The 44 months strike on the Illinois
Cenlral Lines has been ended and the
men returned to work on June 2S.
In order to stop espionage, France
will bar all naturalized Americans of
A Chautauqua was held at Versailles
Twelve prominent whisky men have
been indicied on the charges of defraud
ing the Goverment of its revenues.
Maurice Wool ridire Polk, of Versailles,
student at Central University, Danville,
and grandson of Col. W. H. Polk, his
torian and veteran newspaper man, was
assaulted in Princeton, Ind., where he
was engaged during the summer as gate
keeper for the Redpaih Chautauqua,
His skull was fractured and a piece of
the bone driven into the brain.
Twenty thousand people went from
Louisville to Fontaine Ferry Par k to the
Masonic celebration of St. John s Day
The munitions plants and wheat fields
ar calling for laborers. Oklahoma and
Kansas are needing more than 55,(00
ITTwill act as a laxative IrTthe
Henry L. Perry.
Drive in and hitch your horse with El
mer Tate. One price and courteous
treatment to all Irvine street. 4tf
THE MORNING HOUR LECTURES i
Don't make the mistake because these lectures are in the
u "iv"uuiy "icu me uiu ui uninipuudiii. i men selected Jg
b for this work bu the Redpath Educational Department are ex- 1
n perts and authorities on their resDective subjects. 8
$1 If uou miss the morning hour lectures uou will miss
o one ot tne Pest features of the Chautauqua.
Week Here July I to
factory whistles the Chautauqua par
ty. Including the band, was hurriedly
carried to the center of the city, where
a thousand people had gathered. Dr.
Calothan extended hearty words of
welcome and Dr. W. A. Colledge re
sponded on behalf of the Chautauqua
management. The band played two
selections amid the most rousing en
thusiasm.. A stop was made at Indianapolis for
supper, and then the train hurried on
to Cincinnati, after which it was an
nounced that the next stop would be
Knoxvllle. Tenn., for breakfast. An
hour later found seventy people in one
Pullman enjoying a stunt fest under
the unparalleled leadership of Ralph
Bingham as master of ceremonies.
Forty-five minutes for .breakfast at
Knoxvllle'' and the entire party was
again on Us way, this time to beautiful
Asheville, N. O. The stay here, last
ing six hours, was one of the particu
larly pleasant experiences of the en
tire Journey. About twenty of the
party visited Grove Park inn, 2,500
president and general manager of the
Redpath Cbautauquas, and wife; Dr.
W. A. Colledge Redpath educational
director; W. V. Ilarrlson manager of
the Redpath Cbautauquas, Columbus,
J. P. Young, assistant treasurer.
and wife; W. F. McClure. publicity
manager, and wife; Norman Alley,
Redpath staff photographer; Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Bingham and members of
Mrs. Binghatn's company; Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Bruce Amsbary; Thom
as Brooks Fletcher, William Owen and
ill members-of "The Servant " In the
House" company; R. E. P. Kline. Ta
ber, the magician; Signor Giuseppe Ba
trolotta, Hal Van Aiken and members
of the Orchestral Club. Miss Belle Kir
lln. L. L. Baker, Rufus Parsons, Misses
Vivian Ditto. Mabel Conquist, Verna
E. Swanson and Helen MacArthur,
playground workers; Superintendents
Lincoln Dickey. D. F. Thomaa, Glenn
Henry Thomas. S. E. Blackwood and
E. B. Persons.
feet above sea level, one of the most
beautiful - hotels In America. While
the Chautauquans were at luncheon F.
L. Seeley.- the proprietor, entered the
dining room and soon recognized Ralph
Eingham and Mr. Harrison. Ascertain
ing that the entire party was connect
ed with the Chautauqua movement, Mr.
Seeley notified Mr. Harrison that they
were his guests as long as they could
stay. Mr Seeley Is a director of the
Winona (Ind.) Assembly and a great
Chautauqua enthusiast. He believes
that if there Is One thing that the south
needs more than another lt la Chau
tauquas. - ,.
After a ' ride through the mountains
the party returned to this hotel and en
joyed Mr.' Seeley'a hospitality again
at the dinner hour, and was shown
over the entire plant.
Wallace Bruce Amsbary and Mrs.
Amsbary remained at the hotel over
Snnday at the earnest request of Mr.
Seeley, and on Sunday night Mr. Ams-
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Photo by Norman Alley. Redpath Staff PbotogTapher.
THE SPECIAL TRAIN AT ASHEVILLE, W. C.
Scarcely had the train left Chicago
when the. inimitable Ralph Bingham,
founder' of the I. L. A. and originator
of Chautauqua Joy Night, busied him
self on a program for the tour. To
gether with Lincoln Dickey, D. F.
Thomas and Glenn Henry Thomas,
he formed a quartet which rendered
humorous original selections at Inter
vals all the way to Jacksonville.' Ev
ery one started off with a spirit of good
junior and enthusiasm.
At 5 p. m. the train reached Thorn-
town. Ind where a Redpath Chau
tauqua will be held late In August.
Twenty-five autos -were at the depot,
and amid the din of locomotive and
bary gave an hour's reading to 400
guests. Onthe following Sunday Dr.
W. A, Colledge addressed the same au
dience on his return from Jacksonville.
Souvenir silver spoons were present
ed to all members of the party before
noon. A visit was also paid to Bilt
more, the Vanderbilt estate.
Leaving Asheville at 7:45 p. nx, the
next morning, bright and early, found
the special train In Savannah, Ga., and
at noon the party reached Its destina
tion in the historic old city of Jack
sonville. Fla. The train pulled Into the
depot beautifully decorated with ban
ners, pennants and flags as the band
To Sleep Well In Summer.
Slight inflamaiion tf the brorchial
tubes causes a distressing cough and
makes refreshing sleep impossible.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound cov
ers raw inflammed, irritated surfaces
wilh a soothing, healing coaling and
slops that annoying tickling, relieving
the racking, tiring cough. Take this
splendid cough medicine wilh you on
bummer trips. It is good for coughs,
col'ls, croup, bronchial afTeclions and la
erippe coughs. Sold everywhere adv.
See Breck & Evans for Tonado Insur
ance. 19 f I
We pay no commissions to music
teachers to get them to boost our pianos
and find fault wilh those of our com
petitors These commissions are al
ways added to the price of the pianos
and the customer has it lo pay. Come
to us and we will save you from twenty
five to a hundred dollars the booster
gets. These are facts we can prove.
Green's Piauo Store, next door to Rich
mond Lumber Co 24-lf
A Doctor's Prescription for
Cough an Effective
One-fourth to one teaspoonful of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken as needed
will soothe- and check Coughs, Colds
and the more dangerous Bronchia
Ailments. .You can't afford to take the
risk of serious illness, when so cheap
and simple a remedy as'Dr. King's New
Discovery is obtainable. Go to you
druggist today, get a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, start the treaiment at
once. You will be gratified for the re
lief and cure obtained. adv. June
"Their various cares in one great poin
The business of their lives that Is lo
And when you dine you want the best
china Sebring it ring! 13 tf
One way to relieve habitual constipa
lion is to lake-regularly a mild laxative
Doan's Uegulets are recommended for
this purpose. 2:c a box at all dru
stores. adv. Jun
Teacher's Institutes Dates
: Are Announced
Frankfort, Ky . June 22 The time
and place tor holding county teacher
institutes in the 120 counties of the
Slate have been announced by Barks-
dale Ilamlelt, Superintendent of Public
Instruction. Our local men will con
duct the following:
Boyd Calleitsburg, August 23; Mar
tin and Booth.
Estill Irvine, August 9; William
Clark Winchester, July 20; Professor
Floyd Prestonsburg, July 20; Wil
is m Martin, instructor.
Franklin Frankfort, September C; T.
J. Coales, instructor.
Garrard Lancaster, August 2; K. C.
Grant Williainslown, August 10;
E. C. McDougle.
Ilenry New Castle, Augusl 9, Chas.
A. Keith, instructor.
Jackson McKvn, Augusl 2.; Man in
and Keith, insiructors.
Jetrorson-rLouisville. August 2:5; T
J. Coaies, instructor.
Knott Ilindman, July 20; Charles
A. Keith, instructor.
Martin Inez, September C; I. II
Bool he. instructor.
Meade Brandenburg, August 19; E
C. McDougle, instructor.
Madison No date announced.
Morgan West Liberty, August 9;
Booth and Perry, instructors
Pulaski Somerset. July 12; J. A.
Rockcastle Ml. Vernon, July 12; J.
W. Ireland, instructor.
Trigg Cadiz, August 2; T. J. Coales,
Woyne Monlicello, July 5; W. M.
Whitley Williamsburg. July 20; E.
C. McDouele, instructor.
Fair Dates for 1915
Ml. Sterling, Montgomery county.
July 21 four days.
Danville Boyle county, July 21 three
Ilarrodsburg, Mercer county, July 27,
Borea, Madison county July 29 three
Winchester, Clark county, July 23-
LEXINGTON. BLUE GRASS FAIR.
August ' six days.
Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle county, Au
gust 4 three days.'
Brodhead, Rockcastle county, August
11 three days.
Lawrenceburg. Anderson county, Au
gust 17 four days.
Stanford, Lincoln county, August 8
London, Laurel county, August 21
Nicholasvile, Jessamine county, Au
gust 21 three days
Shelbyville, Shelby county Augusl 21
Somerset, Pulaski county, August 31
Barbourville, Knox county, SeptPm-
ber 1 three days.
LOUISVILLE STATE FAIR, Sep
tember 13 six days.
It is customary to promote a deputy
who has given satisfaction inofiice. Mr
James W. Wagers has been an accom
modating, polite agreeable and efficient
depuiy Circuit Court Clerk, adv 10 tf
People Say To Us
ii cannot eat this or that food, it does
not agree with me." Our advice to
all of them is to take a
before and after each meal. 25 c a box.
Henry I Perry.
H. C. JAMES
will buy or sell your bouse,
farm, town lots or any thing
else in the Real Estate line.
Any business intrusted to
him will be promptly and
carefully attended to. See
him if his services are needed.
I represent iron bound
Insurance Companies re
H. C. JAMES
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THE MAUEER SISTERS.
THE music of Joy Night Chautauqua Week will be furnished by the
Maurer Sisters, who will present cornet solos with orchestra accom
paniment. Cute solos with piano accompaniment, violin solos with
piano accompaniment, whistling solos, cello solos, violin and flute duet,
humorous readlugs. orchestral numbers and ensemble vocal numbers.
Charming personalities, tasteful gowns, a program of commendable content
and well diversified talent help to make this quartet a splendid attraction.
Latest Redpaih Chautauqua Pictures
S'ea.ron of 1915
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MAYOR VAN C. SWEARINGEN OF JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHAK
ING HANDS WITH MISS ALICE NIELSEN; EX-GOVERNOH
SHALLENBERGER AT HIS SIDE.
The Bemis TraosplaMer
AS IT IS THE MOST PRACTICAl MACHINE ON THE MARKET
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No doubling of roots when set by the lietnis, consequently Mie
plants start growing quicker, thrive better and a greater yield is
With the Beniis j'ou are independent. You can secure a
maximum yield and better quality- of erop because you can set
your plants whenever they are ready, regardless of weather con
ditions. lET'A&k for our hand setters.
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