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NO. 1 lire, STANFORD, KY., AUGUST 21, 1912 Pony or ponies, belter looking women chicle, hnrncss in the world tlinn Tight here and occupants will be considered in in Lincoln mid adjoining counties. n warding the premiums. Wend the Dnily Interior Journnl Cattle Jersey Cattle. totnorrow mid ni-- who wns ud indeed 0(1 Ileal Jersey cow, 2 yenrs old the tnoHt benutiful womnn on the grounds this nfternoon lit three o'- nnd over $10; $7 to 1st $3 to 2d. 07 Host Jersey heifer, under 2 Four Handsome Little Equlnes Drlv- clock. The complete progrnm for today, ns years old $10; $7 to 1st; 3 to 2d I n Hu Rill Rraec Vnnnitlvrc n h the Floral Hnll premiums, un jicM Jersey bull, any nge, is im follows: (nge considered) $10; $7 to 1st; 3 Compete In First Ring. to 2d. 09 Best herd of Jerseys, conFIRST DAY-AU- Gr2l. Slight showers early Wednesday ll.Best pony rig $15 $10 to sisting ot 1 hull nnd 3 or moro cows morning, delayed the foimution of $li; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. tho pnrudo by the pony ring con1st $5 to 2d. , Beef Cattle. testants to tho fair ground. Greliii'it The entries in thin ring will form 100 Ucst mule, any ngo IU; band stationed on tho portico of tho in front of the court house, on Main court house rendeied sweet inusio to iFt; $3 to 2d. street at 0:30 A. St., on Wednesday 101 Itest female, any nge $10; in tho early morning. The showers the first day of the fair, and headceased before ten o'clock, and thu $7 to 1st; a to 2d. ed by tlio band a ml officers of tho pony pnrndo wns formed, and lend Mule Class fair, will march to tho ground. by the band to tho fnir grounds. 102 Ucst maro mule colt under 1 Tlio awards trill be made by the Morgan smith Raughmat!, drew year $15: $10 to 1st; $5 nt 2d. vote of tho spectntors. N'o. 1 place in the parade with his 103 Bent liurno iiiii'o colt under crack little pony Jjs-- o. The entries of this ring must bo Ridihu with him in his double seated trnp worn driven by boy or girl under 12 years 1 year $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 103 2 Itest looking lady on Miss iMargarct Shnnks. Mr. Heath of nge, ami may bo 'driven single or grounds at 3 o'clock 1'. M. $10. Severance, and Miss Ida II. Pettus. double. KiitryNo. 2 was driven liv Oeorgc 10i Ileal mare mule 1 yenr nnd Klccco Fnrus with a bcuutiful nnd under 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Riding 105 Ucst horso mulo 1 vcar old, high stepping little horse. and under 2 $15; 10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. with him "were Miss Elsie Elizabeth This pony is owned by 100 Rest maio and mulo colt, Colcmnii: (colt nt side) ylo; $10 to 1st; $5 to Mr. W.J. Dozior, who bought it from Mrs. Hardin some time ngo. 2d. Entry No. 3 wns driven by Joe Saddle Horses Grimes nnd Miss Tsabcllc Givens. of 107 Rest borso colt under 1 Danville. They also had n littlo year old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. beauty,' owned by Mr. Dozicr. Entry No. 4 wns thnt of little Miss 108 Rest filly colt under 1 year Pearl Embry, daughter of Mr. and old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 109 Rest ninTo or gelding 1 year Mrs. Si J. Embry, Jr., who had with old and under 2 $lu; $10 to 1st; $5 her foifr of her schoolmates, Misses nnio Lee Eubaiiks, Frances Tate to 2d. Their rip 110 Rest mnro or gelding 2 nnd Mary Louise Woods. was years and under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; of P.beautifully decorated in the fcolors. $5 to 2d. Everyone who who bought n tickRest mnro or gelding 3 years et to ho fair todny was given n nnd under 4 $15: $10 to 1st; $5 to vote ticket, to vote for the winner 2d. of theVpony ring. Votes will be S Phaeton Ponies a special ballot box nnd 112 Rest phncton mare or geld- the winner nnnounced in tomorrow's ing any ngo 14 2 bands nnd under paper. J I $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. no nny-whe- rn PFBLISIIEI) EVKUV FAIR DAY. What Lady Will Win the Blue? Special Feature at Fair Today Is $10 In Gold to Best Looklnq Woman on Grounds Pony Parade To Fair Grounds 1 A REAL GARAGE at 3 O'clock Who will Im tlio best looking woman on tin grounds nt three o'clock tlii uftornoonf Whoever she is, she Mill rcreivo $10 in gold, this nice littlo sum having been hung up by tlio Association. ! fcr.tnrcs of hi uiiu f dm the ilny. There is no doubt but M'lmt the judges will hnvn n hard lime deciding this xinjr. for thoro rn-o!ri- ; Real Mechanics Real Machinery Electric Power Compressed Air All Conveniences Rel Tools with LOOK!! Here is our record Over 20 years in business. Millions of insurance in force. 5 Nelson's DANVILLE, KY. ventor. ing "KENTUCKY COLONELS" Ill 1-- Hundreds of thousands in losses paid. Not one disputed claim. i j to ; IH Special Class Rest fancy turnout, single horse, decorations not considered. stallions barred $15; $10 to 1st $5 113 2d. Poultry Expert Jo Judge Birds Not one claim taken to courthouse ! We are here to stay j Give your insurance bus- iness to experienced insurance men. Walking Class. Rest walking mnro or geldiiiff nny nge, (soundness not considered.) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Harness Class. 115 Beit pair of males or geldings, (nny nge) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 11C licit stallion 3 years old and under 4 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 117 Beit mnro or gelding 3 ,cnrs old and under 4 $15; $10 to Back From Deliqhtful Fishinq Trip son holds tho record ns a bug swnt-c- r. To High Brldqe Music was furnished by Miss Gladys ChnmberlniD, A. W. nnd R. The Kentucky Colonels delightfulN. Sampson in tho evenings. ly entertained their friends with a Tho party was composed of Mrs. week's camping trip on Kentucky W. M. Fields ns cliaperone: Misses river nt High Bridge last week. The Elizabeth Coppaee, Pearl Fields, fiihing was bad on account of mud- Gladys Chambcrlnin, Sue Sampson; of Hnrrodsburg, Margaret dy wnter but rowing bathing nnd of HniTodsbunr. Edith Sampson, Wntkins. hill climbini' were fine nnd nil join- Grnce Fields, Lucilo Chamberlain, Ruth Fields. Messrs. J. W. Fields, ed heartily in the siort. Several experts in different lines Marion Fields. A. W. Sampson. R. W. Snninson. F. G. Wntkins. R. C. were developed. J. W. Fields prov ed himself a great lisherman ami Wntkins. S. L. Stephenson.. John nlo a frofessor in swimming. A. W. Cecil, of Hnrrodsburg. Sampson is n genius ns a sailing Use our ointment for all sores captain. Marion Fields ns n marine nnd skin disenses on man or beast. -i epgiiiee-r- R. C.W.alkins played the With each jnv we give free direcLouisville Post's Poultry Editor To rule as hero. Miss Margaret Samp-io- n tions for making two valuable toilet and F. G. Wntkins took tho Price 50 cents ner, jar. Tie Ribbons on Fowls Is In honors ns chief cooks, S. L. Steph-cno- n articles. has changed his occupation Address, Nesbitt Golden Ointment Charge of Eqq Laying, from '.tore keeper to that of an in Co.. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Contest at Frankfort a enmp bed that docs not a rock pile. Miss Sue Samp- He is now engaged in mak- I. E. II. Borchers, of the Louisville Evening Po,t, Poultry Editor nr- - 1st; jo to 2d. 2 u Sweepstake Harness Class 118 Rest stallion, mnro or gelding: flO; $25 to 1st; $10 to 2d; $5 to 3d. 119 Rett pair nny nge, regnrd-les- s of sex, color or ownership $25; $15 to 1st; $10 to 2d. Combined Class 120 Rest mnro or gelding, nny ngo 25; $15 to 1st; $10 to 2d. Roadster Class 121 Rest stallhn any nge $35; $20 to 1st; $10 to 2d; $5 to 3d. Damon and Pythias at the Opera House Tonlaht Damon nnd Pythias, n story of brotherly loe. will be given nt the opera houic Wednesday night. Every mini, woman and child should sec this show, for it teaches a lesson nnd Mill keep you interested throughout tho whole show. Prices 5 iin.l 10 cents. nved Wednesday morning to judge tho poultry exhibits at the Iv. of P. ery feu i'niri iu tho state fair. havo had so high class un expert to judge the poultry shown. Mr. in personally in chargo of tho great egg laying contest, which is being held by the Post nt the home of Senator Piiyutcr near Frankfort. Additional interest is lent to the presence of Mr. Koicher hero by tho fact that there aie two Lincoln county entries in tho big egg lajing contest. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., hn n pen of her prize Bull Orpingtons in the coutcit and A. C. Allot d ha n pen of White I.eghoiiis. Both uio showing up Moll iu the number of eggs laid, though neither is leading its class. Bor-chors HJ.McRoberts The Men's Furnisher Nettleton and Walkover Shoes Adlers Clothes Stetson Hats Arrow Shirts and Collars Fish& Bromley Insurance Specialists STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY be married in this county in a long time wns Miss Maudo Adams, of Garrnrd, who was married to Joseph Turner, of tho same section by Rev. J. G. Livingston, at the homo of Joe Coleman, in tho Ottenheim section, this week. The young lndy's age was gust 1 1 years. She had Misses AHio Yantis. of Lancaster, written consent fiom her parents, and Rckmo Hiffo, ofi Hustonville, for the marring?, else County Cleik will.be tho guests of Miss Lottie Cooper would not huc issued the license. Cunou for the fair. A One Fourteen-Year-Ol- d Bride of the youngest girls to The place for the New 1Q1Q Jr Rim all lamps, pumps, tools, etc. windshield, Vf robe rail, foot rack, tire irons on rear, Cut Tires; Mohair top, cover,$25 Prestolite $50.00 Warner speedmeter, C. P. Cecil, Jr., Danville, Kentucky. w&HASZ- 11X7171? I V JCjIXXIII SEE IT ON THE GROUNDS Ain 30H.P., 110 inch wheel base; 32x3U.D. tank and self starter, Nickel Finish, $985, F. 0. B. Toledo, 0. If you will give me your order now, I will try to get you one within the next thirty days. I candidly think this is the greatest value ever offered in an Automobile. I also have a $2,000 1913 Jack Rabbit. Call for demonstration. Sf ZrrAJTh-,,...., , -- fcX. zac: 4 THE tAILY UTEWt )MWAL ITAHFOIW. KEMTWCHV. WEMU1DAV. AIWU1T 21. 1112 WE 1 1 p. m. each day. Leave, your order with us for the best Cutter at work at derful Blizzard Feed 1 miss seeing the won- Extend to you a cordial greeting to our great K. P. Fair and are at your service in assisting you to have the best three days of your life. Look at our Studebaker wagons, Oliver Riding Plows, Superior and Peoria Grain Drills. Don't Second Hand Vehicles -- J.0""" fir Newly Repaired and Painted Some Good Makes 3325 'i! Kaufman, 1. jij Columbus, 2. Central Kentucky Carriage Co. Arnold, Murphy, 2. 2. ii 2 Paetons; 1 Surrey. jij Other Makes, Kind Not Known, 7. Will Sell at a Bargain. W. H. HIGGINS The R. M. Arnold, Interior Journal HIGH COMPLIMENT Danville, Ky. It will be raining Tonight BUT YOU CAN GO TO THE OPERA HOUSE WITH ALL THE K. P.'s AND SEE DAMON AND PYTHIAS. The Aim And Purpose of The Dally Interior Journal. Paid a Lincoln County Horseman By Leading Farm Paper 5c and 10c. Good Music i!i OBc Isl i!i ill III 111 J. L. Beazley & Co. Furniture dealers and Undertakers. i!i ill i!i ii Is! Your attention is called to the splendidly selected stock of FurniJure carried by this firm. vu aim uisucci. j-nc- es x. rufirnt. Of o iOOl I Sell fflft) ft) In? TmifflffllTlt Fence A. C. SINE Stanford, Kentucky BsarczEsi SEE Wm. E. Glover at Stanford, Kentucky for FORD Automobiles Telephome bim for demonstration. connection with account of the dent, secretary and treasurer, etc., in great show his horses nrc making tlio Daily Interior Journal is to of at the fairs. The article bnjs: make out of the enterprise just Dick Scudder is a real live wire enough to pay the legitimate in the horse business. He has penses of setting out tho paper dur- just sold a bunch of horses which ing the three days of the great is, perhaps, the largest nnd highKnights of Pvthias fair, lie docs est priced bunch of horbe.s sold not expect to make a dollar and by one individual in n long time. lie sold tho entire bunch, consistreally doesn't care to do so. lie ing of about ten hend, to W. C. rock-ribbhas recently emerged from tho liable, of Paris, Ky. republican stronghold of PuAll of these horses nrc bred aclaski county, where ho has been at- cording to Dick's iden, being either by Ilex ill tempting to edit a democratic paper stallion Peavine or Dick's splendid All Pcnino and out of with his exchequer to full of ducats Ifl marcs by Chester Dare. This idea that he hardly cares whether ho ev- of breeding is certainly right, as ill en comes out even, with hu vurk there is no cross in tho world thnt thrown in, or to make a long story rau boat the Chester Daro and Ifex short, whether school keeps or not J'cnwne cross. Igl during this delightful fair week. EdHorses bred this wny nie thu itor Khelton M. Suuflcy, of tho real ones which have been winning for Interior Journal the - !iI (the Daily being sort of a makeshift now. past few years and are winning lil for tho time being and an infringer, The horse whic is brcdTmost fashas far as the name is concerned) ionably along these lines is the colt, M kindly consented to lend us, for u Impcrator at Hex, out of Edna Mae n small consideration, his magnificent and by Kentucky's Choice nnd by machinery and splendid force of tho way, don't think Dick let this renl printers to get out this paper. youngster escape his notice, for he o omqm The purpose of the Duily is to offered the highest price for him givo a lew seconds or pleasure to that has been offered for a suckling those who may tire looking at the in many a day. One of the beat ones that Dick excellent di3play ox show stock that has already reached tho grounds. It sold was the fine yearling stallion will prove, we believe, a pleasing di ine Aristocrat, by AH Peavine and version for a brief time at least to out of Emma White. This colt won turn the eye and mind from the po- part of tho futuritv money at Lexnies and the people to the pages of ington last yenr nnd is looked upon the Daily Interior Journal, which as one of tho strongest candidates will contain in the subsequent is- for the yeailing division this year. He also Fold Emma White sues as much local lore as (an be and gathered. The momentous nues-tion- s her fine filly, wheh is a full sister This n.H j of. the hour will not be dis- to tho Aristocrat. cussed in these pages, but will be very fino one. KnthcrinO HushleV Wns hn mno reserved for Brer. Saufley, who knows how to do so and who doubt noted thine ho dsnnsoil nC. Ti.ia less will discuss them nt length. A is one of the most noted brood mares democrat as we are, and always ex- m the state, ns she is tho dam of pect to be, and especially are we a me two sbow horse celebrities. and Star IVnvin. Knii,..--. hot one when the pie counter is almost in sight and we even imagine ino Hughley is by Chester Daro and ' nnt f! II! iii we smell the loaves and lishes, wo lino n I.... j hub euchring iiny aby cavinc ns nr Jucqtieliua and feel like discarding our politics for the nonce and saying to the repub AH Peavine, which just goes to licans, "Bull Moosers," the political show that Dick's idea of the Chesprohibitionists, the socialists, and ter Dare nnd Hex Peavine cross is the rest of them, let us forget all the thing. Another good one which he sold feuch and enjoy this splendid fair the Knights of Pythias havo made was the yearling filly, Irene by Itex. Penwne and out of a possible. Let us put asido political and ether prejudices and join hand innie uy UicHtcr Daxo. 'Ho also in hand in making the present fair solid a brother to Hazel Dawn and the greatest one this glorious blue- - other good ones which I will not grass garden of Eden has eve-- : had. mention. This is an excellent bunch of Let us try to make the visitor feel thnt it is good to be here and treat horses nnd in tho hands of Bob ns our personal guest each of thoso Shropshire, who will handle them from out of town who honor us with for Mr. Mnssie, should develop intheir presence. In fine let us make to some fine show specimens. it n gala week one that we will in Next to tho Saddle Horso Colt nfter years look back tiiwn with ruturitv of tho K. P. fair hqro this pndo and pleasure. The Daily Interior Journal wants week, chief interest in tho rings for ull the personals, locals nnd nows of tho youngsters is centering in tho Some exeep any mm nil Kinds that you onn givo .iiuio ton Futuritv. it. It is(tho desiro of tho editor to ..".mud luiiiiiiBiiiif inilivillllll H nr ninke its columns fairly teem with entered in this event nnd tho com- matters interesting tojho fair crowd pcuuon win undoubtedly bo keen. nnd the God's chosen people anions Hams & Woods havo a sucklimr vhom it is printed. You can help innre colt by Col. Harris great jack make tho paper readable it U up .iuiiy, which is going to mako em all step somo to ke. her out of tho to you to do so. Wc bid oery "visitor horo today a blue. Thw colt is a grnn.' looker all hcnity welcome. What wo have is over nnd will win in most tiny rom-pinShe wns bred by J. W. 'i. theirs; tho latch string hangs on the outside nnd our homes- - nro more Hams out of an exceptionally good than open to them. You are weleotne mare nnd Hob Woods bought her to what you see, but should thero when a few day old for $1G0. Mr. be any thing you want and do not Woods, who is a splendid judge of soo oblige these good Stanford a mule, saw her noRsibilities, and peoplo by asking for it. Thov want uie way uio young hvbrid has develyou to have all the good things in oped has fulfilled his expectations. their possession and if they havo Tho grent string of show mule of this popular Ann were rested up tho Raid nothing about it is only past week, but will bo seen in the they have forgotten it. show ring hero. Thore isn't a finer Hay the joys of the weak bo herd of show mules on the fair ciryours. E. C. WALTON cuit in Kenluci- - today than these. ed Jac-quelina . m Mc-Bn- de y. The Farmers' Home Journal last hie-comDliment to It. S. - week pays The aim of the promoter, editorScudder, of McKinney, this county business manager, presi- Baughman's MILL J. H. Baughman & Co.'s Flour is made from borne wheat, raised by home farmers, milled by home millers, sold by home grocers, and is a home flour. The quality it as good as produced. Our Corn Meal and Whole Wheat Flour is in a dais alt to themselves. Fox-RidCoal, Corn, Oati, Barley, Rye, Hay, Strau, Salt and Portland Cement always in stock. Special attention given to the exchange of Flour and Meal for Wheat and Corn. Phone No. 1 1. ge J. H. Baughman & Co., Stanford, Ky. After The Fair You'll Be Tired And Worn Out . GO TO ,: v. ' T cv Crab Orchard Springs For a Week or So And Rest Up Twill Make Yoy Feel As If Life is Worth The Living. i ifi i7H T',l V1TT' fW IJJ"'" ? "7"" '"MJI THE DAILY INTERIOR JOUENAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY; WEDN ESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1912 1 IN THE BRAND STAND Miss Mary Mcltobcrts, of Danville, is here visiting her many L Mt at the REELS; AL'SO 5 & 10 CENTS. Some One Asked Mark Twain "Of all your books, which do you consider your best?" To which he replied promptly, "MJ BANK BOOK." Heitha McChiro is spending Huverul days with relatives and Mm. Caleb Newell, of Liberty, friends at Ciali Orchard. will be tlio guest of .Mrs, Will Ilrady this week. Mr. William Wcstcrfiold, of Paris is hero tho gncst of his uunt, Mm. Mr. William Thompson, of Mt. M. 1). Elmore.. Vornnn is hero the guest )f Ij. It. Hughes and will take in the fair. . Misses Lena and Mnry Deo Bock, of Mi'Kinnny, will visit Miss For-enc- o Mrs. M. E. 1'ruitt and children, of Carter during tho fair. lluriisidc, arc the guests of her sis- ler .Mm. J. W. Williams. Mm. C. H. Holman and baby, of Crab Orchard, uro hero visitiug her Mrs. Lewis llorndon and Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White were heiu nnd other relatives. Walker, of Lancaster Monday. Miss Mniy Mooro Ranoy has reMiis Vcrcil LcComptc, of Frank turned homo after a week's visit to fort, is the nttrnctivc guest of Misa her uncle. Mr. Tom Smilcv and wife Nancy Miimi. nt Lexington. Miss Mnble Dunn, of Noblosvijlc, Mm. II. C. LcCompto nnd pretty Ind., arrived Monday to bo the lit tlo daughter, Margaret Jane, ol guest of Miss Anna Chancellor. Fiankfort, are here visiting her many 1 datives and friends. Afr. .Tllfnnu f'iwlil ntiil nfiilflrnn. Sir. J. S. Hacker was in London Tuesday on business'. friends, jlis K. P. Opera House DAMON AND PYTHIAS' IN TWO "BATTLE OF THE RED MEN' IN TWO REELS Good Music E. T. Pence Buys Huffman Place Tho old Huffman place, on tho Crab Orchard piko at tho eastern edgo of tho city limits of Stanford, and one. of thn nicest. liftln fnrmj cioso to tho city, enanged hands last wecK, wncn x. W. Hutchison sold it to E. T. Pence, Sr., for $5,325. There nro 43 acres in all in tho property mni changed lianas, as Jlr. Hutchison sold off 12 acres to Dr. W. B. O'Bannon a short wliiln mm. Tlmon dozen acres He nt tho rear of tho place, and adjoin n pieco of proper 5c and 10c ty Dr. O'Bannon had there. Mr. Hutchison got $1,385 for tho tract that went to tho doctor, thus totalling ,(i,708 for tho placo which ho bought about n year ago for an even eix thousand. In addition to tho if70u profit which ho ho nots iio harvests this year's crops. Mr. Peneo will take possession of tho farm nbout the first of the year, nnd intends to make, it his homo in tho future. He rccentl" sold his largo farm at Rowland to his J. II. Wright, who has rented it to Adam Pence this year son-io-In- Get one from the Honor Roll Bank : si5--: Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next To Court House Stanford, CAPITAL $100,000.00 - Kentucky SURPLUS $100,100.00 nt "A Woman's Honor." "A Woman's Honor" is the ,nnmo ilrnmu that wilt ho of u four-ne- t urcscntcd liv home Intent nt tlio omrn house for the benefit of tlio Kniuhta of Pvthiaa lodi'c here Thundnv niriil. The ilnv is a most interesting onr. with abundant nith Following nio tlio ncr-so- n nnd nnthoi, who will lnko niirt in tho nluv with tho charnctoM thiv will retirement: Judcc John K. Menefeo. Jr.. (Icn. Murk Lester. Muck Fisher. Pedro Mendel. Wallace Sinclcton. Dr. Garcia: Will McCnrtv. Gilbert Hull. M. D.. John Knirlcinnn. Rob ert Glenn: Lester O'nnnon. Qrcsorv Brown. Ebenercr. Grimes. Ituscll Clara Cooper. Olivo Sallic: Kcndrielc Dnddcrnr Mis Mnrv Marin: Mis Sarah Hundlov. Homo of tlne who will tnke nurt have find experience before the footliirhts nnd are worthv of a nnmo hitrhcr (linn nmntciiM. The show will bo worth tin) monuv and the fact that Misg Kiln Mav Saunders, will man-ul'- c it eintrantccs that it wilil he creditable from bediming to end. Secure vour seats todnv: tho crowd irromies to be n record-breaknnd vou mav hno to stand uo if von d.. not Imv mrlv. Mini er Mrs. C. J. Ilolmnu nnd hub", of Crab Orchard arc tho guests of her uncle, Felix White for the fair. E. Mm. Richard Newlaud nnd chil- C. Caldwell, of MaysviTlc, was also dren are visiting her parent, Mr. the guest of Mr. White. nnd Mm. Klkin, of Iyouisville. Mack l'cuvvhouso and Miss Mr. and Mm. Georgo 1'c.yton and Copper, Misses Mary Peavy-kous- c Mm. PulkcMon and bnbv. of Mid- nnd Clco Sandusky and dlcshoro. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. l'cavyhouso attended tho LexT. J. Kill. ington fair last week. Covington and friend, nro hero visiting relatives J. M. CARTER & SON (Successors To B. D. Carter.) Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, and take in the fair. Ethel Fcttro, of Lcisburg, Ind., who tnuglit hero last year, arPaul Gunnan returned homo Tues rived Inst Monday night, and will be day night for the fair. His grand the guest of Mrs. J. V. Williams. father. W. I... (liirmnn nt Jlnrrow- bonc, whom ho hns been visiting, re- Mif Mnry Hope Carpenter, of turned with lam to take in the great Perry nlle, will nnivo Thursdav "to K. P. Fair. be the guest of Miss Kate Ilancy during tlio fnir. Councilman Ed Wilkinson is back from Elixir Springs, greatly improvMr. Henry Plcarants, of Groom. ed, and is welcoming patrons at his Texas H here the guest of his sister. tonsorial parlor?, with tho old genial smile. Mm. Jessie Slagg nnd other Miss Mr. and Mr. S. J. Tatcm nro spending several wcelcs in Denver, Col., and other western points. They will bo home about the first of .Mrs. F. F. Jones, of Crab .T. F. Hill, of Hore Cave, and Miss MeCnll, of Brod-hoa- d, Loiiannn Whitehead, of Kathleen Hill, of St. Louis, father Mt. Vernon will bo the guests of Mr. and niece of Mrs. E. C. Garnian, Logim McCall during tho fair. cumo in Wednesday to make a visit Misses Ornce juid Watch Depot Street, Good Horses. New Rips, Safe Drivers. Stanford, Ky. Your Patronage fully Received. Thank- - Mrs. J. C. Jones ,of Kansas City, und Judge Sterling Grimes of Cueio, Texas, who arc here visiting their brother, Mr. W. P. Grimes were the guests of Mr. J. C. Bailey and family at Crab Orchard Tuesday. Mr. Hawkins Bishop and wife of W. B. Bishop, of Nowton, Kns.. hnvo returned home after a pleasant Stop with J. M. Carter & Sun during the Fair. Mises Maggie Brock nnd Dora Tnnkawn, Okla., and Mr. nnd Mrs. I will sell to the beat and highest bidder, at my farm four miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, on Public Sale! the following stock, crop and farming implements: two-year-old Johnson of London, wcro hero Sat urday for a short time, visit Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10:00 a. m. MeCnll, of Brodhcnd. Bishop, of tho West End. Both of bovs aro doing bo the theso nrrived guct of Miss Grncc Brady for the splendidly in their adopted homes, and were given a most henrty greetfair. ing on their short visit. Dr. Oln Moser and wife have reMr. William Mason Morris, of turned to their homo nt Memphis, Tenn., after n to his parents Muskogee, Oklahoma, is with his Mr. and Mm. Wm. Moscr and other family and children at her sister's to their father, Mr. Josiah Mis Judith Tuesdny-nfternoorr-- to Ths Space iit relatives. years old ject to registration 5 Mule Colts-- 3 mares, 2 horses 2 fine Jacks, 6 and 9 years old Horse Mules 1 pr 3 Filly Colts old 4 and 6 years 40 Ewes and 2 Bucks 2 Jennets, 2 and 4 years old 14 Short yearling steers milkers 5 Durham Cows-go- od 2 yearling Heifers S Calves, 2 of them fine Bulls About 500 bales of hay 1 fine black Bull 3 Cultivators 1 Binder TERMS All sums of $25 and under, cash in hand; over that amount, nogotiable note, payable in bank, 4 months from date, with interest 16-hand Mr. Kffie Ballard hnve returned to 12 Brood Mares, 7 registered in A. S. H. A., including the Brush Creek after !Mules 2 noted Ladv Dare 2263. brother. Dr. T.aswell 3 Geldings, 4, 5 and 9 1 Stud colt, 3 years old, sub- Mrs. J. F. Ilodam at Crab Orchard. Mr. Morris is doing splendidly in nnd son, Ros-co- e the real estate business since leav their bote- - at ing Crab Orchard and is taking a n. visit to her leading part in the development of the wonderful new state. nt KintrsviHe. The Man Behind the Gun at Brodhead a 7. ? .. vsmWmBjI. stoics. jasWte5 BBBBBBBSr x ' 7vti & -- v, ,, MfllKASMaBBBBmw4 W. H. MURPHY. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. I !'' ' 4 ' smBKSd, afWF'm-iFisJHMsE.raA HrssBHv' "J Z ' k- 'CSfAssSrLlii'X i J. C. McClary, Undertaker and Embalmer, L- l- . - ' I syfrnBrva BBBsflUB'nE.i :'it' MSSSSSSJfBfav'k ltmvttmMfWrm9Fl f SBrSrSrSrSL s ' . - JBKiBa?i jTfl?agEPf TsB - JiMvJTLmttMt Hiif 'iMBilTi'jf J ( J6lsJtt.JMsl3MIMi -- 44 jfc You Can Buy at It Right Stanford, - - - Kentucky. ..BHfSBBBE BlSBrsrSBSBiM Dealer in Harness of All Kinds, Saddles, Bridles, Halters, Etc. NaSaBEtkSECRETARY Everybody's talking about the great success of tho Brodhead fair this year. Tho nbovo is a fair likeness of Secretary A. M. Hiutt, who probably had uioro to do with making it a big winner than uuy other olio man. Mr. Hintt is one of tho young men who aro doing things in Kentucky in tho present day. Ho taught for two years in tho cotumon schools of Rockcastle, after completing" his education, then went to Louisville and took a business course, and after graduating was associated with the Strattoa-Tersteg- e yours tb-Tc- - WSSSkws Geo. H. Fsrris' Everything in the Grocery and Hard- Try me Everybody Wants I Good Bread have the exclusive sale of Lexington Cream Flour and Ballard's Obelisk Flour. I also handle all brands of J. H. Baughman & Co.'s Flour, as well as C. S. Lyons' noted Corn Meal. A. M. HIATT irnr.liuiira Piv 1Fi wtimicd to Hock- caTrtit in 1007 to accept tho place of Assistant Cashier of tho Citizens Bank of Brodhead, and in 1910 was elected cashier to succeed J, W. llutohcson. Ho is Droving one of tho best bank men ever known in ware line, American Wire Fence and Farmers' Supplies. T.D.NEWLAND, Phone 168. Opposite Court House. Stanford Uockcastle, and takes a leading part Ho is in every publio enterprise. mariied, having wedded Miss Lillio Smith, daughter of R. L. Smith, a prominent farmer of Hiatt. Secretary Hiatt wants the I. J. to thank tho Lincoln county people- for their patronugu nnd good will and invites them all back again next year. - i He will save you money. HtttHMMMMMIMItWMIMMIMMH BtUl,J"S - i- IIWWWIPrTfflPrWfcSipffW'TifTflr'T, iimkfgH, .Mms niWIHla4M w, 'tJ THE SAtLV IMTEWIM JWFHtAL MRS. ELIZA TAWFOW. KENTUCKY. D. WEMEHAY, AUtUST 21. HI2 FLtWERS Die Clothing of Quality Men's and Young Men's New Fall Clothing now ready for inspection. Call and look them over. DauftHer af H. J. Dwtt, a Heme in LculsMHe. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Kentucky y, T1TT V J ?7ff v.v Shugars & Tanner la :vv ?. ?. :?(: . . Druggists !.!. :;:? ?. (Ti ?:" : :: Stanford. Kentucky S ??? -. i.v Old in Age but Modern in Ways First National Bank of Stanford is the oldest banking institution in this section of the state, having been organized March 9, 3854. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred in the past 08 years must be all right. Thii bank today is stronger nnd better tlwn it ever was. While old in age it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and they nre many, will testify to the fact that wo take enre of tljem in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory. Your patronage is rspectfully asked. Itemember our pledge of courteous treatment and honorable deuliii's. Our directory includes some of the most prominent business men and furmers in this section of the county. Try us. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. home MR. ns n nice residence, ttud uUce yourself in u uosition to tret tho latest market auota-iion- s ut anv time. This can be accomplished bv means of our teleuhoue neivico which you und vour neighbors can cct for a sum that is small compared with the benefit received. Call or uddiess our nearest office or writo direct to headuuurters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information regarding our Kuecial "Furmers Line" rate If von nre not at nrcsent euioviinr wrvice. w can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States W KcBtackv. Teauessee. MissisaiDoi. Louisiana and the Southern nortion CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. ef Indiana and Illinois. telo-DLo- RURAL TELEPHONES. ns modern for vour family FARMER: Mule vour It is with much regret thai news of tho death of Mi's. Kliza 0. Flower", of LoiiNvillo, wan learned here. Hlic known hero nnd linn 14 well many friends nnd lelatives here. Tlio Courier-Jo- n rim I wid of her denth there: Just n Mrs. Kliznbcth 0. 12 $1. Flowers' two daughters were to leave their home, 190 Cor-- n 33 Rest specimen hand painting iivemic, in Clifton, nt 1 o'clock (water colors) by child under 15 nfternoon, to jo down yesterday years of nge $1. town to witness the parade the Class C Art mother, who was ill in bed suddenly 34 Rest specimen hand painting, became unconscious. Hit dough-tei(wntcr colors.) Amntcurs only $1 summoned Dr. Withoyte, but dcpitc the efforts of the physicinn 35 (wnter colors.) Amntcurs noly ?1 Rest specimen crnyon work the woman paused nwny fifteen min(amateurs only) $1. The physician found ute) Inter. 30 Rest hand painting, (oil) nmn-teudcnth duo to npoplcxy. only $1. Mrs. Flowers lind been in ill dozon hand painted henlth two weeks, hut had been nbln 37 Rest 2 chinn plates (ntnntcurs only) $1, to bo nbout the house n crent pnrt of the time. Yesterday atnoon she 38 Rest hand painted cups nnd partook of n henrtv meal, nnd was snuccrs 2 dozen (nmatcuiM only believed to be on the mod to recov 1. ery. 39 Rest hand painted sugnr bowl The deceased vn the widow of nnd cream pitcher, ""(amateurs John W. Flowers. Ilcsidcs her two only $1. daughters, Mioses Lucilo nnd Qlndvs 40 Rest band painted salad bowl, he leaves two sons, John nnd Willamatcurs only) $1. liam 0. Flowers, nnd two sisters. pitcher, Airs. Ilnttie Ous)..y nnd Mrs J. 0. 41 Rest hand painted inmnicurs only) $i. Newlnnd, of Stanford. Ky. of hnnd painted The funeral will be held Tuesday 42 Rest display chinn, (nny number of pieces,) nftenioou at 2 o'clock nt the residence nnd at 2:110 o'clock nt tliei amateurs only $2.50 uiass D. Family Produce. Clifton Christian church. The in43 Rest whito terment will be in Cave Hill mountain enke. (layer) $1. 44 Rest sponge enke $1. Homer Wray Not In 45 Rest chocolate cake $1. Saddle This Year 40 Rest coconnut enke $k Mr nnd Mrs. Homer C. Wrny nnd 47 Rest Angel food enko $1. family, of Danvile, came over Tnes 48 IJesl day so ns to be here in ixjnty of 49 Rest Devil food enko $1. mnrehraallow enke, (laytunc for the opening of the fair. er.) $1. There is no more enthusiastic K. 1'. in the state than Homer Wrnv nnd 50 Rest plate benten biscuit, (one dozen.) $1. few finer judges of horseflesh. Mr. Wray rode Waltor O. Walker's 51 Best loaf salt rising light bread $1. splendid string of hnres for several years, but his duties ns man- 52 Rest homo made cheese $1. ager of the telephone exchnnco at 53 Rest pound tmtlor 1. ' Class E. Danville keep him so busy ho has Preserves not time to devote to the equities 54 Rest jar grape jelly $1. any longer. Ho is making good at 55 Rest jar plum jelly 1 Dnuulle, and the iwople there nre 50 Rest jar crabapples jelly f 1. very muck gratified with the ser- 57 Rest jar apple jelly $1. vice he is giving them, his many 58 Rest jar peach preserves $1. friends will be dad to know. 59 Rest jar strawberry preserves fl. Lincoln Horses Make Great Show CO Rest jar cherry preserves $1. At the IMue Grass fair at Losing-tn- o Saturday, the most vnlunble 01 Rest jar pear preserves $1 prize of the day wns the American 02 Rest jar plum preserves $1. Saddle Horse Hreeders' special for 03 Rest jnr blackberry jam $1. the finest rcegistcred saddle stallion 64 Rest jnr honey $1 mnre or gelding under 4 years of 05 Rest jar sour pickles $1. nge, which was won by the splendid 00 Rest jar sweet pickles $1. All I'euvine colt. Auto He Kim bred 07 Rest display of jelly and pre- by Dick Seudder, of Lincoln, nnd fecrves (by nny one person) $2. sold to W. C. Mnssie, nnd formerly Class F Garden Products at, The Aristocrat, under known st sweet potatoes (1-- 2 bushwhich name ho won the National el) $1. Saddle Hoie Futurity for yearlings. Hob Morelaud, of Leximrton. a 09 Best Irish potatoes (1-- " bush. former Stanford boy and brother of 70 Pest tomatoes (1 dozen) $1. .Mrs. . C. bhniiks, wns the bii win ning exhibitor of tho nfternoon, five 71 Rest cnbbago (3heads) $1. Morses lrom Ins (stable winning first 72 Rest onions (1 dozen) lies, of which four were champion- 73 Rest beets (1-- 2 dozen) $1. ships. Nickel l'lnte won both .the 74 Rest encumbers (1-- 2 dozen) 1 luiiness mid middle championships. Class G Farm Products Hlii! Itt'da timk the nuid-t- rr 75 Rest peck peaches 1. 70 Rest peck pears $1. 77 Rest peek npples, (nny kind) $1 Confederate Pensions Delayed 78 Rest pinto grapes, (nnv kpid) Rev. It. It. Noel, a prominent local $1. Confederate veteran has received n 79 Rest plate plums, (any kind) $1 letter from Cnpt. W. J. Stone, Tension Examiner at Frankfort inform 80 Rest white com (doz'ears) $1. ing him that no Confederate uen-sio- 81 Rest yellow corn (1 dozen cars) s.i. will be paid be tore November 5, none of the applications having 82 Rest wheat (1-- 2 bushel) $2. been acted on in time to be payable 83 Rest oats, (1-- 2 bushel) $1. on August ft, which is the date next 81 Rest tobacco, (1 stalk) grown in Lincoln county, ?2 preceding November 5, on which the law directs such disbursements shall 85 Rest pumpkin, (weight nnd size be made. While tho announcement to be considered) $1. will bo u great dNapomtmeut to 8fi Rest watermelon, (weight and many applicants the letter gives the size to be considered.) assurance that back pay will bo ev- 87 Rest cantaloupes, (3 $1. or more) entually forthcoming from the date $1. that the application has been reClass H Flowers ceived nt the examiner's office. Examiner Stone states that '',000 ap- 88 Rest sword fern $1. plications nre on file, and mnuy oth- 89 Rest Boston fern $1. 90 Best geranium $1. ers are being received daily. 91 Rest foilago plant $1. Floral Hall Premiums 92 Host nsparagus fern $1. 93 Best potted palm. $1 1 Host fancy couch pillow $1. '2 liest (specimen Irish crochet $1. 94 Rest display cut roses $1. 3 Rest crochet tnblo linen $1. Florence Won't Run. I Host luce linudkerclwef $1. 5 Ilest embroidered hnndk'f !1. Oerge D. Florence, of Stanford, I! llest Infants' outilt; three or Republican State Central Committeeman for the Eighth district, who moie pieces $. 7 Itcst specimen crochet work $1. was in Louisville yesterday, said 8 Rest shirtwaist (hand embroi- that he would not bo a candidate to succeed himnclf us Comnionweallh'H dered nnd hand made) $1. 0 Host centerpiece (nny kind) $1. Attorney of the Thirteenth district, composed of Lincoln, Boyle, Our-ra10 Rest embroidered towel $1. and Mercer counties. Mr. edge $1. 11 Rest towel, crochet Floieiicu was appointed Prosecutor 12 Rest specimen tatting $1. during tho closing days of (In v. 13 Rest pair ticnllopcd pillow blips Willson's administration to succeed (with initial or monogram) $1. Charles A. Hardin, Democrat of 11 Rest fancy bag $1. Mercer county, who was elevated to 15 Rest silk quilt .fl. the Circuit Judgeship. According 10 Rest knitted counterpane iyl. to Mr. Floicuce, no Republican 17 Rest crochet counterpane $1, will bo given Emmet l'ur-yea- r, of Danville, who won tho Dem18 Rest crochet nnd embroidered ocratic nomination 'for ( 'ouimoii-wenlth- 'i countuipnne $1. Attorney. Louisville Time cnibroideitd lunch cloth $1. 20 Rest braided centerpiece il. Joo Kiudig, tho mulo buyer has 21 iicbt fancy apron any kind $1". been scorning Lincoln lor shippers 22 Rct embroideted corset cover. for the southern market. Ho got 2'1 Debt set crochet tnblp mats $1. 40 yearlings over in tho Hubblo sec H Rest set embroidered napkins. thai Inst week, half of tlioui from F. 2 Rest Ficnch embroidered night F. Fitzpatiick und the rest from tircss $1. James Rankin, of tho Marcellus Children's Department neighborhood. He paid $100 a head tnem. 20 llest dressed doll (by child un-'tprc-pnri1 H rs 1-1-08-Re- der 12 years of age) $1. tAt (3 or more TUt doll pieces by child under 12) $1, 28 Rest specimen embroidery (by child under 12) $1. (nny kind) 20 Rest couch pillow by child under 12 .fl. 30 Rest hemstitched handkerchief by child under 12 $1. 31 Rest enke, ony kind, by child under 12 $. 32 Rest pin cushion by child under 27 New Stanford Drug Co. Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Stationery Etc. High Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Especial attention given to prescriptions, using only the very best medicines in preparing same, and filled at all times by Registered Pharmacists. AGENTS FOR . Eastman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies For sick and nervous headaches, use Bryant's Head ache Powder, the Headache Conquerer. Automobile Free One ticket with $1.00 Cash Purchase This Car will be given away at 4:00 o'clock P. M. Sept. 28, 1812. Cummins & Wearen Clothing and Shoes STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. $. Danville Warehouse Company Danville, Ky. this coming season. Sell your Tobacco with us ns Walnut Street Capacity now 250,000 lbs per day. Stall room for 200 horses. Close up town to Banks and Stores. ni The BEST Auctioneer in the state- - ask those who have sold with us for the past two years. Free Insurance. No charge for rejections. Free Stables. We guarantee the top price. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company. H. C. BRIGHT. President. ALLEN HIEATT, Vice President. st or ksr?j