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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 22, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912082201_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 22, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I 'ftVOL. 1 Knights of Pythias Fair Extra Special Edition The Daily Interior Journal NO. 2. ili-rn-r STANFORD, KV., THURSDAY, 2.1. AUGUST 22, 1912 ITHLISIIKI) KVKKY 1'AIR DAY. Strong Competition In Every Ring Splendid Class Day-- List f Stack Shown First ot Tin Stock Awards. Tho mulo classes ami n few hurtles and saddle rings were tho (if ilio first day's ehibHniii. Some von warm conictitloii was hud ill some of tin-- ling". There is an exceptionally high elans lot of stock on liaml, anil every ring is bird fought. The results of tho fca-tures first awards were as fallows: Cattle Jersey Cattle. 110 Heat .Tcrsfy cow, 2 yearn olil nnil over $10; $7 to 1st $3 to 2U. iIii.v'm H. 1)7 licit Jersey heifer, nnilcr 2 (Intcwood Inrlcv, 1st; Win. Dml- - J. Hell 1ft nml 2il. LOOK! Here is our record Over 20 years in business. Millions of insurance in force. Hundreds of thousands in losses paid. Not one disputed claim. Hest maro and mulo colt, Harris and Woods 1st; W. II. Un118 any age, derwood 2d. bull, Bent Jersey S. J. Hell Int. Saddle Horses ., O'J Hest herd of Jersey, 107 Rest horse colt under 1 S. J. Hell Int. W. O. Walker, 1st; Mrs. It. T. I.owndrH 2d. eef Cattle. 108 Rest filly colt under 1 year 100 Hest male, any ago W. II. Murphv 1st; It. S. Scud-do- r Woods, K. II. Hallnnl 1st; J. II. 2d. 2.1. 101) Rest mare or gelding 1 year any ng 101 Hett female, old rind under 2 i:. H. Ilallnrd 1st; (Icorgo TuckW. O. Walker 1st; K.lgur Doty 2d er 2.1. r gelding 2 11- 0- Rest maro Mule Class years and under 3 102 lb-s- t marc, mulo colt under 1 Wiiilfi ISliggx, 1st iSi'iimn! I!ii.s, Harris and Woods 1st; J. IL 2d. Woo.U 2.1. Ill lle- -t nitirc or gelding .'I yenis l(i:i Host horns mule colt under and under 1 to 1st; $."i to 2d. 1 year $15; Heruaril Iluys 1st; f. It. Colelinn is and Wood's 1st; J. H. man 2.1. Woods 2d. Phaeton Ponies 104 Host mare mulo 1 year and 112 Rest phaeton mare or field under 2 $15; $10 to lht; $5 to 2d. ing any ago It 2 hands and under llairis and Woods 1st; R. H. L. Carpenter 1st; Morgan Itaugh- Woods 2d. inan 2d. 103 Hest horso mule 1 venr old. Special Class Harris and Woods 1st; It. H. 113 Heat fnncy turnout, fcinglc Woods. 2d. horse, decorntions n.t considered, Quiiin Davis 1st: Mack Hughes 2d. Walking Class. 1T.4 Rest walking marc or geldin" nny age, tsouniliiess not consider ed.) $lo; $10 to 1st; $ t 2.1. (Juv Hundley 1st; J. C. Railey 21. Harness Glass. 115 Rest .pair of mares or geldings, (nny age) IMgar Doty 1st: L. K. Rogers 2il. 3 years old 11(1 Rest Mullion and under 4 Mack Hughes 1st, Walter Hri-r10P l-'s wcro as busy as bird dog all the time. This is a bunch of hustlers for keeps. Mcncfcc Fair Notes Jack Henrley, Will Wcarcn, John I A REAL GARAGE Joe got in Wednesday night. at Frankfort, couldn't stuy away from the Staufoid fair, and Col. Gill Cowan, of Hustouviilc, usual was on hand, and Mas in the office of Auditor Henry f. Embry, general bookkeeper lios-worth with Real Tools Real Mechanics Real Machinery Electric Power Compressed Air All Conveniences at pressed into bonico as u judge. Thcte are few better judges of horse lien than this popular West hu.ler. Iliover C. AuileiBoii, of Mt. Sterling, who had the good sense to conic to Lincoln for his lride, was here with her and took in the fair. Mr. Anderson, who knows u good hoi'oo all ucr, was uscjl to grout advantage as u judge. Jim Woods is making an ideal picsident, and tho members of tho lodge arc congratulating thcmsolvcs that they pat him in the place. As for the secretaryship, of couim; no one could beat Jim ''timuiins. Homer Wray, although transplanted to Dauille, still keeps his mimbership in Diadem Lodge, and is litre for the whole three day of the fair, lie is proving himself mighty useful to have around, too. Nelson's DANVILLE, KY. LOCAL MAN. 'Jd. 117 S Ik-s-t maro or gelding 3 years old and under 4 I K. IJogeis 1st; Edgar Doty Hit. Sweepstake Harness Class 118 Rest stallion, mare or $40; Kdimr Doty 1st: Ilcrmird Hays 2d, Muck 'Hughes 3d. 110 Rest pair any age, regardless of sex, color or ownership Reinard Ilavs 1st; Kdgur IMy 2d. 5 ; jj Not one claim taken to courthouse Class 120 Rest maro or gelding, any age $23; $15 to 1st; $10 to 2d. Ilcrmird Hays 1st; Walter Hriggs 2d. Roadster Class 121 Rest btulU'in any age Mack Hughes Walt it llrhrgs'l-t- ; 2d. (Juiuu Davis 3d. Combined OVER A THOUSAND HERE FIRST DAY Sixth Urio Wnre, Covington, Seventh Ambrose Dudley, of Clay Coleman, who bought the Nained as 8th District Member of Pleusureville. IVrtcr Saudidgc 'farm in tlic West Eighth Shelton M. Saufley, State Campaign Committee. of lid, was on hand and is taking much aiamoru. i itere.st in Lincoln county affairs-Xinth J. X. Kehoe, Mnysville. Campaign Denmcratic State Ho is a splendid younsr citizen, und Tenth James II. Spradlin, Prea chairman, J. N. Camden Wcdnes-dn- y 15 the kind to men to have in a com appointed the State Camjiaign tonsburg. muiiity. Eleventh Woodson May, committee, and named W. O. Davis, The midway attractions are prov- of Versailles secretary. The Eighth big drawing cards. All uf the Congtessional district will be repreing Special Ladies' Stake Today. The sented on the state committee bv shows are clean and good. Shelton Saufley, editor of tho InOn account of the fact that prosof course ha the terior Journal. pects of rain had kept many billies rail for the youngsters. Harry Summers of Elizabeth-tow- n away from the fair on the opening ('apt. T. R. Robinson, of (larvaid lay, the sneciul and Robert Harding, of Dan if 4,1 (1 w.dkitu,' ville, weie selected bv Chairman I the hest looking wrs Jiere with his woman on tha runic, and while he didn't get a Camden, as members of the Cam- mounds at three o'clock was postlilihoii, he declared that it didn't paign Committee from the poned until today. At that hour leu any Mire spots on him. "A." liiemher.s chosen from the judges will make n tour of the The Hundley's great little walking mare the various districts were: sioun.l and unbekwjwn to nny of the got the blue while (.'arrol'i Hailey's Eirst Judge Hunk Gardner, of Indies will piek out tho best' looked. big plantation lmre took Mayfield. bpleudid A lt) gold piece goes to the winner the red. Second Ed Young, of Mndison-vill- e. of this inteiesting ring. Sheriff McCarty nwoic in seven Third Gerald Finn. Franklin. special deputies to keep order, but Mr. R. II. Crowe, of Shelby City, Fourth W.W. Spalding. Lebanon attended the no tpiieter or more ordeily fair has fair Thursday. eer been seen any whole. The boys Fifth Scott Hullitt. Louisville. Special Deputy who wore the yellow badges the first day were S. D. Ends Jim Williams, Jim Harris ,aud Armerry-go-around, fr stnte-at-iai-g- e. thur V. Hill. We are here to stay Give your insurance business to experienced insurance men. ' Fish&Bromley Insurance Specialists STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY Slight Rain Holds Down Crowd, But Wants to Buy Lincoln Horses Biq Attendance is Expected All Lincoln comity people and esWith Fine Weather Today pecially tho hoiemen will be intel-e- d in the new.s that Joe Miller, of Notwithstanding the fact that a the gicat 10L Ranch Wild West dii.le of ruin fell considerably dur- Show will be in Crab Orchaid ing the day, Wednesday's atten.l-al.- it afternoon, for the purpose of at the great Stanford fair, was buying a number of govd horses. He a eiy good firet day crowd. The want, those who have them for sale galv receitds showed almost u thou-bau- d to meet him there about 1 o'clock. paid udiiiinsiiins, and all Mr. Miller is a native of Crab Urchjiie paid, not a single free in d and is always welcomed back l'eoplo home. He made a million tint of hi.s pusi having been given. we.e from half a dosen counties for ranch and show business, but never Hid first day. no tolling forgets his old Kentucky home. Theie's just how big the crowd would have L'.'cn had the weather been fine. II. (.'. Carpenter, went to Cincin With splendid weather osmiumI nati Tuesday to get a Hupmobilo for 'lhursilay, u tremendous cro.vd wiicli he will have at is coining into town as the I. .1. s jMjr jj,,,,,, for the inspection Thursday's issue goes to press, and 0r u interested in an all lecords will probably bo broken t.(r .lt a Inm!lrnte ,;t.e Sat-unla- HJ.McRoberts The Men's Furnisher Nettleton and Walkover Shoes Adlers Clothes Stetson Hats Arrow Shirts and Collars ,;,.,.,,,.,,. uiuiy. Although the downpour would have ruined most tracks, the track at tho full iri'itlliulht IllK. tlttl Hill Utfll 1(1 bo hurt at all by the constant wet- ting. It dried out very ..uick.y. and Younq Miss Embrv Winner. The tionv rig driven by little Miss. ' ...... r,;,.j .... .. m i, ,.Mf ur Z grounds could possibly bo found her i.'"i""'" ollf. .....i H "- - attractivelv ilctsiiaieu uo. than hnP been securtsl. 'the shade oiorgau o. u Ul"u"y" .' is spenilid; watering facilities e- - iirovei tlie secou.t nuiu- aceommoda- e lent, and adeipiate o tious lune been made for all. .r'r"' fMl , "T1". n !' .. PO -Z a to 'if: and tirdecision ,eeme,lKlllbr.Vbelllld ..... Mis- - The place for the New Things ,;.,,,.;,,,.. ..' . ,'" .,,!.,,' 30 H. P., HO inch wheel base; 32x3i J.D. mJP Rim Cut Tires; Mohair, top, cover, windshield, all lamps, pumps, tools, etc.$25Prestolite $50.00 Warner speedmeter, robe rail, foot rack, tire irons on rear, will give me your order now, I will tank and self starter, Nickel Finish, $985, F. 0. B. Toledo, 0. f you get you one within the next thirty days. I candidly think this is the greatest value ever offered m Call for demonstration. an Automobtte. I also have a $2,000 I913 Jack Rabbit. 1Q1 n J J2jl!.l.rll y j "WrrOI A Mll SEE IT ON THE GROUNDS trto C. P. Cecil, Jr., Danville, Kentucky. ffcai-- ' ';jg?gggLyJ!fY- - """ '"' 1 WE 9 M K 1 Extend to you a cordial freetinf to our great K. P. Fair and are at your terricein assisting you to have the best three days of your life. Look at our Studebaker wagons, Oliver Ridins Clows, Superior and Peoria Grain Drills. Don't miss seeing the won- Second Hand Vehicles Newly Repaired and Painted Murphy, Columbus, 2. Some Good Makes Kaufman, 1. Central Kentucky Carriage Co. Arnold, 2. 2 Paetons; 1 Surrey. 2. Other Makes, Kind Not Known, 7. Will Sell at a Bargain, r' if i 1 Leave, with Ms derful Blizzard Feed Cutter at work at 1 p. m. each day. yaw w4jt W. H. HIGGINS ff the best R. M. Arnold, Today's Program POULTRY Danville, Ky. EXHIIIT CREATES MUCH INTEREST It will be raining Tonight Internatktaal Em Laying Contest Jacks, Jennets and Mules Expert Ties the RMens Fine 122 Best jack, any nge (nge Quality Birds Shown considered) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d, 5c and 10c. IkO. 01 J. L. Fmtire splendidly selected stock of hire carried by this firm. Call and inspect Prices Right. r it lour attention is calledi to tne imzmmmmmmMmMm&ZMm&mMm&m& Iron Pence Stanford, Kentucky A. C. SINE SEE Wm. E. Glover for FORD Automobiles Telephome bim tor at Stanford, Kentucky demonstration. 123 Best jennet any age, (age Lincoln county poultry fanciers considered) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to turned out in lurge numbers to 2d. the blue ribbons tied on their faUT YOU CAN 60 TO THE 123, 2 Best mule colt (either vorite breeds the first dny of the OPERA HOUSE WITH ALL THE hex) by Clifton R. Russell $10 to fair. The association was very forK. P.'i AND SEE DAMON AND tunate in securing Mr. K. II. Bor 1st; beason to 2d; $5 to 3d. PYTHIAS. 124 Best mare mole 2 years old chers, vt Louisville, poultry editor the and under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to of the Louisville Post, to judge has feathered tribe. Mr. Borchers 2d. personal charge of the Internation125 Best horse mule, 2 years old al Kcc Laying contest, being held nud under 3 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to under the ausnices of the Post at 2d. Senator Painter's furni near the 12C Best iuaie luule 3 eur old state capital. Mrs. S. J. Embry. Jr., 2d. and A. C. Alford, both of whom ooa nud over $15; $10 to lst;f5 to 127 Best horse mule 3 years old have pens in the big egg contest, oaocaoc and over $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. showed borne flue birds nt the fnir. 128 Best mule, any age $20; $15 A. ('. Hill has a tine string of White Orpingtons that arc liurd to beat I to 1st; $5 to 2d. 25 Best pair mules any age, any place in the country. J. C. likewise ranked with tho regardless of sex or color $20; $15 dealers aid Undertakers. carrying off several blue to 1st; $5 to 2d. To be shown to ribbons. . I farm wagon, with heavy harness. Mr. Borchers said that the peo0 Mule Colt (Futurity.) ple of Lincoln county should be received from proud of this fair, and especially of 130 The money Furni-- 1 entries in this stake will be divided the poultry exhibit. He has been for next year's fair and as follows, 50 per cent to 1st; 25 breeders in ill per cent to 2d; 15 per cent to 3rd., he urges all the poultrynow the county toStnrt in to make 10 per cent to 4th. Best colt, either sex, by this department one of the leading 130 2 Carroll Preston $50; $25 to 1st; features of the fair. The awards in the various classes were: season to Carroll Preston 2d. Leghorns 1911 and 1912 birds Draft Herses A. Qv Alford, both awards. 131 Best stallion, any age $15; Black LanksbBns Mrs. Eads 1st . 'w $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Buff Orpingtons 1911 birds Mrs. 132 Best mare or gelding, any S. J. Embry, 1st, J. C. Mc Clary 2d. age $15 $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 1012 birds J. C. McClary 1st; Hsrse Harness Class Mrs. A. C. Alford 2d. Barred Rocks A. P. Coffey 1st. 133 Best gelding 4 years old and White Orpingtons A. C Hill 1st to 1st; $5 to 2d. over $20; $15 on both 1011 and 1012 birds. 134 Best filly colt under 1 yeaT Ithode Island Beds A. 0. mil. old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. 1st on both 1011 and 1012 birds. 135 Best horse colt under 1 BTack Okjirogtansi Mrs. fl. J. vear old $15: $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Embry, Jr., 1st. 138 Best mare or glditigrl year English Salmon Faverollcs Mrs. old and under 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 8. J. Embry, Jr., 1st. Form Stock Mrs. Eads 1st. to 2d. Black Orpingtons Mrs. S. J. 137 Best mare or gelding 2 vilMffts uMmim years old and under 3 $15; $10 to Embry 1st, Mrs. Eads 2d on 1911 birds. On 1012 birds, A. C. Hill 1st. 1st; $5 to 2d. Special premium English breed: 138 Best stallion 1 year old and Mrs. S. J. .Embry, Jr., 1st; Ameriunder 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. can breed: A. C. Hill 1st; Mediterewes ranean breed: A. C. Alford first. Best display A. C. Hill 1st; A. 139 Best mare and colt, (mare 48 inches and under, $10; $7 to 1st; C. Alford 2d. $3 to 2d. MoroiMtl 140 Best stallion, mare or geldMessrs. Louis Kinnaird, of Paint ing, 52 inches and under (show opLick and Mr. Albert Moser, of tional $10; $7 to 1st; $3 to 2d. Tenn., who are boarding at 141 Best pony driven by boy or the White Hotel gave a lawn fete jrirl; $7 to 1st; $3 to 2d. in honor of a number, of their SaMe Class friends at that place. The taws 3 years old was beautifully decorated with Ian. 142 Best stallion and under 4 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to terns and with the pleasant summer breeze made the evening an enjoy2d. 143 Best stallion, 4 years old able one. At the proper time reand over; $20; $13 to 1st; 5 to 2d. freshments were served to the following; Misses Gertrude and SaTa , Hifli Acthif Harness Class. '144 Best mare or gelding, any Richardson and Messrs. Louis and Frank Powell, of Junction age $20; $16 to 1st; $5 to 2d. City, Misses Blanche Harnett, Zulu Roadster Class 145 Best mare or gelding 3 years and Sadie Ends, Messrs. Qeorge and Orit Harnett. Snndidgc, of old and under 4 $20; $15 to 1st; $5 IIiiRtonville, Mr. Dunn Walter Murphy, of to 2d. McKinney, Messrs. Julian Tnrking-toHarness Class Wilbur nnd Clarence Tucker, of rockawey mare or PnrksviHe, Mr. Brock, of Cincinnati 140 Best Mr. Greepbrum, of New York City, gelding $15 $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d. Miss Adelia Stivers, of Louisville, Sweepstake Saddle Class 147 Best saddle stallion, inaro Misses Murphy, of Liberty, Misses Evn Moser, Mabel McCIure, Nell or gelding $75; $40 to 1st; $25 to Ellis, Ethel Ellis, Annie Reynolds, 2d; $10 to 3d. Lulu B. Rout, Leliu Belle Jones, Mule Race. Etta Myers, Mary Hanson, Minuie 148 To run 5 times around ring, Marcum, Kate Hanson, Bess Pur-dobest 2 in 3 beats $10; $7 to 1st; $3 Cora Reynolds, Lora Reynolds to 2d. Myrtle Beazley, Alice White, Min-clPruitt and Messrs. Water Moser Use our ointment for all sores Geo. Hubbard, Ott Myers, Millard and skin diseases on man or beast. Hubbard, Jess Rout, Mr. Ernest With each jar we give tnt direc- - Ford, Ben Pruitt. John Burkett, tinna for mkkint? two ValUaDie lOliei Algur Weddle. Will Burkett. Emmis Ashley Burkett i McCIure, Edwin rnce o wuw arucies. Address, Nesbitt Golden Ointment I Whiteneck, Dean Timberlake of this place. Co., Mt. VernoBt Ky. 1-- Baughman's ILL J. H. Baugbman & Co.'s Flour is made from borne wbeat, raised by borne farmers, milled by borne millers, sold by home grocers, and is a borne flour. The quality is as good as produced. Our Corn Meal and Whole Wheat Flour is in a claaa all to themselves. Fox-RidCoal, Cora, Oats, Barley, Rye, Hay, Straw, Salt and Portland Cement always in stock. Special attention given to the exchange of Flour and Phone No. 1 1. Meal for Wheat and Corn. ge Good Music Beazley & Co. .. Mc-Cln- ry J. H. Baughman & Co., Stanford. Ky. 1-- After The Fair You'll Be Tired And Worn Out GOTO I SeU Ll& Crab Orchard Spriii gs t Sun-brig- , For a Week or So And Rest Up Al-st- n, Twill Make You Feel As If is Worth The Living. LflFe le ii. j" J'SP ', ,c "" V THE DAILY INTERIOR JOURNAL' STANrtRt. KENTUCKY. THURSfAY. AUCU8T 22. 1112 3 k. P. iVjghf at lie Opera flonse "DAMON AND PYTHIAS" IN TWO Somi One Asked Mark Twain "Of all your books, which do you consider your best?" To which he replied promptly, "MY BANK BOOK." Lick. Airs. Win. Lcnr entertained nt u Miss Prill Newbcrn, of Huston- pret ville, is the guest of her mint, Airs. handsome course dinner at her ty home 'the honor guest being Airs. T. W. Pennington. Mr Joe Will Rout and Orn Rar-nct- f, Lancaster. Louis Clifton, of Bowling (1 recti hiis accepted the position as Mr. Willinm Klicriilan, of is the guest tf Airs. J. S. Ilice. principnl of the new school nt Paint IN THE GRAND STAN! Prof. I of Ilustonville, attended the lair Wednesday. Aliiss tnrrie Belle Romans, of Lancaster, is the attractive guest of AIi'sh Sophin Snupdeis for the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Carpenter eninc down from Ilustonville for the Get one from the Honor Roll Bank: fair Wednesday. Lincoln County National Bank Crner Next Te Court House Alices Mattic Ice Hubble and Mamie Walters, of Lancaster, were bcTc to the fair Wednesday. Alius Roberta Onnstcnd has to her home in Louisville a short stay with relatives. Miss Ida Reinbart, of Louisville, is the guest of Mjmj Josephine StiRferi, CAPITAL SIMJMO.00 - Kentucky SURPLUS $100,100.00 "A Woman's Honor." Woman's Honor.' is the name "A ilniinu tlmt win ho of a four-npresented bv liome talent nt tlio opera house for the benefit of the Knichls of PvthiaS lodfic here Tliurmlnv ntoht. The ulnv i n most intcrrstinir one. with abundant nith nnil pntho. Following nre the who will take imrt in the nluv with the ehnrncters thev will renru-uni- t: Judge John N. Menefee. Jr.. Gen. Mnrk Lester. AInck Fisher. Pedro Atendez. Wnllnce Sindrton. Dr. (Inrcia: Will McCnrtv. Gilbert Hnll. M. 1).. John Knclemnn. Rob et Per-koim ert Glenn: Letter O'nnnon. Gregory flniwn, Rus-e- ll Drown. Kbciicrcr. Mies Grace Hob.on, of Cnmpbclls-vill- e, Aliss Clnrn Cooper. Ohe Sallie: Aliis Alarv is the guest of Mrs. Will Stev Kenilnck Dudderar Murin: Alis Sum It Hunillev. Some enson. of those who will take part hae hnd experience before the footlights Mr. Will Burton and Dr. Pontius nml nre worthy nf n nnnu- - higher of Iniuii!-ti-- r attended th fair heie Hint) amateur. The show will be Wednesday. worth the monev anil the fact that Miss Kiln Muv Saunders will tnnn-niMis Lucile llourignn, oT Pcniek, it guarantees that it wilil be rreilitnlile from beginning to end. is the guest of her grand parents, Secure vour seats toduv: the crowd Mc nud Mrs. H. C. Rupley. promises to be u record-breakmid von mav hntc to stand un if Mr. and Mrs. A. Hundley and Mr. vim do not hnv enrlv. and Mrs. W. P. Givcns and daughters, of Danville, were to the fair Wednesday. re er AJissts Roe M( Cormnek and T. Carpenter, of Hustomille, the fuir Wednesday. cd J. M. CARTER & SON (Successors To I. D. Carter.) Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Mis Lena Palmer and mother, Mrs. Pruitt hne returned home from Paint Lick and Richmond where they have been visiting for bcvcrnl weeks. Miss Marguerite Fox, of Danville, is the attract ive"fiuest of MisE Ef-f- ie Baughman. her husband here. He represents the Kentucky Insurance Co., they formerly lived nt Cynthiana. Airs. Will Penny and daughters Alaiy Cooper, and Cornie, of Danville, are: the guests of Airs. Mary Penny. Airs. R. S. Someiville has joined Depot Street, Stop wkk Stanford, Ky. Patronaqe Thank- Good Horses. New Was, Safe Drivers. Your fully Received. J. M. Carter & Son during .the Fair. I will mII to tke best and highest bidder, at my farm four Public Sale! miks from Stanford, oh the Huttonville pike, on the following stock, crop and farming implement: and Julia of Lancaster, Air. and Airs. S. II. Aldndge, of nenr Lancaster, are the guests of Mr. and Airs. Will Stone for n few days. Aliases Margaret Za-not- .e, Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10:00 a. m. 2 twoyear-old!Mule- s noted Lady Dare 2363. 3 Geldings, 4, 5 and 9 Stud colt, 3 years old, subyears old ject to registration fine Jacks, 6 and 9 5 Mule Colts-- 3 mare, 2 horses 2 years old 1 pr 16 kand Horse Mules 3 FUIy Colt years old 4 and 6 40 Ewes and 2 Bucks 2 Jennets, 2 and 4 years old 14 Short yearling steers milkers 5 Durham Cews-go-od 2 yearling Heifers 5 Calres, 2 ef them fine Bulls BuU About 500 bales of hay 1 fine black 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. 1 12 Brood Mar, 7 registered in A. S. H. A including the Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding nnd little Kntherine, of Louisville, and Dr. Edward Alcorn visited Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Hill at Stanford Monday. Aliss Fan Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, nnd Lt. J. II. Johnson, U. S. A., arrived Thursday to be the guests of Aliss lierta Jean Penny for the fair. Airs. J. C. AfcClnry nnd Mrs. E. L. Rcinhart went to Rolling Fork Monday to attend the Baptist Association in session there. Bell Henderson, of Puint stopped over Tuesday with Airs. Eliza Blnin. She had been to the Bnklhead fair. Airs. Lid:, Mr. Clinton Bastin, of Ilustonville here u short lime Sunday on his way to Ilustonville. He had been to Lancaster to his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 11. Bastin. W. H. MURPHY. se T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. J. C. McClary, Undertaker and Embalmer, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of Alt. Sterling, uro the guests of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods and will attend the fair. Mrs. AlcDowell Fogle, Mrs. Taylor, of Danville,, nnd Mr. Fogle and bride of Vanitn, spent the day with Mrs, J. B. will be the P. H. P. B. Okln., Jones. Stanford, Hariess - - - Kentucky. Dealer in if All Kit, SaMles, Bridles, Halters, Etc. Miss Beulah Scott, of Qwenton, guest of Mrs. Susan Yenger this week. Miss Scott will be well remembered here as slio was tlio trimmer for Aliss Elln May Saunders last season a year ago. Air. Fay Peyton, Air. Clarence of Lebanon, Airs. Frank Wilkinson nnd daughter, Elizobeth, of Burgin, Ah-sWillie and Bessie Wilkinson, of Lancaster, nre tho guests of AH-- . Edgar Wilkinson nnd family for the fair. es Try me Everybody Wants Good Bread Flour and BaHard's Obelisk Flour. I also handle all brands ef J. H. Baughman ft Co.'. Flour, as well as C. S. Lyons' noted Corn Meal. I have the exclusive sale of Lexington Cream There wns nn ice cream supper There was n large crowd from Alt. nt Air. C. Af. Young's Saturduy Alorinh nttended the childrens' day night nnd all hnd n fine time. Air. Charlie Dunnway U now last Sunday at Peasant Point nnd cooking for Air. Hiatt who is runall report a good time. ning n threshing machine and nil There is (piite n lnrgc crowd the hnnds run Chnrlie high ns n fino rondy to go to the Sfanfwnl cook. fnir this week. Mr. J. W. Young is verv wenk PestedHuntirw Fsrairfden. over his fall, but is getting better. We, whose names nre signed beAir. John Bnllard nnd Aliss Beulah low, positively forbid anv hunting Ali-- s Stella Iwis, of Knnsas Citv Hnrelette will get married Aug. 28. or fishing upon our premises: Jnpnn and n n missionary from Mr. Clyde W. F. Scmonis, Wm, J. Beck, schoolmate nnd visitor of Airs. W. nie Young Pnlliam and Aliss Jenwas married here last week nnd then went to Louisville., Rush Bastin will bn united in marriage to Rev. Thomns A. Young, of 4 is an Elkhart, Ind. The bride-eleuniversally gifted nnd highly young woman, being n prndu-at- e of Afndisnii Female Airs. B. C. Rose, of Brynntsvillc, gnve n delicious course luncheon to the foll'jwic young ladies: Mi-- s Bessie Ynntis, of IndiannpolN, Aliss Lucy Walker Doty and Alices fjuc Shelby Alnson nnd Dernic Ginton Lear, ofthis city. INEST ARS UILT Airs. V. A. Lear was hostess at a recent dinner given in honor of Air. nnd Mis. W. 1. Williams, of Tulsa, Okla. W. R. Burton boufcht of Mr. Craig of Brodhead, u pair of mules for $'275; from Pool Perkins a pair of horse mules for $300, W. V. Rogers, a gelding for $190 and from W..R. Rogers a mare for $135. AIis Lucile Davis of Georgetown, and Air. Owen Alarshull Aloreland will be married in "the month of Ocmother was tober. The bride-elect- 's born nnd reared in Garrard and is of Air. OaV Sutton of a cou-- m this place. Alcsdnmes Ramsey gave n hand-om- e course dinner to Mis. AInttie D. Duncan and her recent guests, Airs. Kate Jones and dnughters, of Knnsas City and Aliss Alary Grimes, of Stanford. The following Lancnstcrians attended the Blue Grass fair ut Lexington: Hon. John Al. Fnrru and wife nnd little duughters, AIis Alberta Anderson, Alesdnuies W. A. and Ed Price nnd W. AI. Elliott Air. Alisses nnd Airs. Joe AlcCormnck, -- Lucy and Tommie Frances, Lou J. Grant, Frnnkye Huffman, N1. B. Price, Air. and Mrs. Raymond Hns. elden and""childrcn, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. B. DETROIT. Samuel Haselden, Aliss Kathleen Walters, and Joe F. Price. Mrs. Annie James, of Louisville, formerly of this city has announced the engagement of her daughter Margaret wood James, to Mr. Robert O. Hunter, a prosperous banker of Arcadia, Fin. The prospective bride id quite pretty and a gifted musician. W. C. tPrice, of Danville, is the guest of Air. and Airs. Ed Price. Misses Margaret Ration and Alma Tate, of Afontk-ellure with Misses Alary and Jennie Rankin. Air. nnd Afr.s. T. AI. Wilson have returned to Bowling Green after a visit to Mrs. at Lincoln, County National Bank Wilson s parents, Air. nnd Airs. J. R. Afount. Stanford, Ky. Minnie Gullcy, Misses Alinnie Brown and guest Miss Kathleen Henley, of Nicholasville, nre enjoying an outing nt Dripping Springs. Miss Lucy Walker Doty, of Richmond is here for a visit to her fath er nnd sister. Air. and Mrs. George Brown and little daughter Elsie are at home again after a six weeks' visit to relatives in Wichita, Kas., Miss Allie Yantis and cousin. Miss Bessie Yantis, of Indianapolis left tbe past week to visit Mrs. G. C. Riffe in Ilustonville. J. Paul Miller, who has been tcachin? in Annapolis is at home for a vacation. Miss Tommie West Speedwell is visiting at the horn of her uncle, Afr. Alex West. Miss Marguerite Walker, of Lebanon, as visiting her parents, Air. nnd Mrs. Stephen Walker. Judgo Rhodes Shackelford, wife and mother of Richmond, were recent guests of Airs. John Shackelford. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Stnughton returned to Covington Sunday after a protracted visit to Afis. N. A . B. Alarksbury Aliss Joan Alount is making an extensive visit to relatives in LaGrnngc and Cincinnati. be-ii- i" ct-Uct cdu-cnt- Chares Rurdctte, of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Air. Ed Onnes, wife mid little son ('laud Rice Gaines, left the past week for an enjoyable outim; to Detroit, Buffalo and other important The trip wns given Air. cities. Gaines for bis faithfulness to the insurance company for which he works. Airs. R. K. AIcRoberts was here recent hostess for an elaborate course dinner nt ber inetty home on Danville avenue, the iruct of honor Sndio AIrr. Chnirs Davis, of Jacksonville, Fin. The Hughes Bros., have purchasPilgrimage distillery of ed the .Messrs. Hanks Hudson. Will. Cook, and Richard Burton for $5,000. It is new land already owned by the buy-e-- s. REELS; ALSO "IATTLE OF THE RED MEN'' IN TWO REELS 5 & 10 CENTS. Good Music Mt. Merlah 5c and 10c Irtite. I" I l for the money. RCH e, Mobile 1913 wheel Base $900 Roadsters, $700 & $750 "The Greatest Car for the FULLY EQUIPPED. Touring Car 110 Greatest. Number." U C that Red Car. For Demonstration H. C. CARPENTER, Agent, i You Can Buy at It Right i I Geo. H. Psi-ris- ' : Airs. Susan Yenger, Aliss Beulah Scott, of Owenton, Airs. Must and daughters, Misses Alary Eleanor and Elvira of Little Rick Ark., Mr. and Airs. Slulinger, Mr. and Airs. II. Rommel nnd Air. Weaver, who nre at tho Crab Orchard Spring attended tlie fair Wednesday. II. G. Butler, of KnoTville, Aliss., bought of Glenworth Stock Farm Inst week ,a yearling stud by Bohemian King, nut of Nellie Almont, by Almont Dare, son of Dignity Dare. Tbe colt is unbroken, but a very fine horse, and registered ns Bohemian Alont. The colt is of chestnut color. Price paid $500. For years largo numbers of cnt-tl- e have been slopped nt Curley's distillery, at Camp Dick Robinson. This in the future will be done awny with. This slop will be run through u large compressing machine and then .eld for feed stuff. The large cattle pens at Curley's will be torn Everythingin the Grocery and Hard- - : ware line, American Wire Fence and Farmers' Supplies. T. D. NEWLAND, PImm If. Opposite Court House. Stanford Air. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton, and Ihcir visitor Aliss Helen pine, of Louisville, nre the guests of rein-livnud friends this week. Miss Helen Sine is well remembered here, hb she was here about u year ago, and gave the entertainment, entitled down. ''The National Troubadours. es He will save you money. INHNNINI ttt j Q i T" svt -- r, ?' ,' THE 1AILY IHTElrM JMIMH. ITAIIFlWt. A KEMTIrCKV. Mm. I THUBWAY. AIT ft l?l? tPLENtHf SHtW IN THE FLORAL HALL. 04 Clothing Quality Clothing now ready for inspection. Call and look them over. Lane Lltt ef Enlrki in The LadkV Wsrk-H- sw The RIMmm Were TM. Men's and Young Men's New Fall SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Kentucky p Tib.- .. Shugars & Tanner t &f ;sa; .! No finer display in nny floral hnll has been seen nt n fair around here. The lailic brought out their work, nnd while there was some trouble in securing competent judge evorj thing went off smoothly nnd a wn linu. sfendid ili-Floral Hall Premiums 1 Host fancy couch pillow $1. Mr. A. O. Hill. Miss Kiln Harnett, of Huatonville, 71 Hest cabbage (.Iheads) $1. 'J Host specimen Irish crochet $1 J. S. Sloan. Miss Jennie Peoples. 72 Hest onions (1 dozen) $1. 4 tet lace handkerchief $1. John Cninenisch. Mis. J. K. Saunders, 711 Hest beets (1-- 2 dozen) $1. fi llest embroidered hnndk'f $1. Hlcdsic Hailey. Miss Florence Trueheart. 74 Hest cucuiubers (1-- 2 dozen) $1 fi llest Infants' outlit: three or S. T. Curtis. more pieces $1. , Class G Farm Products Mis Ii"ile Drake, of Louisville. 70 Hf- -t prok jwnrs $1. specimen crochet work $1 A. ('. Hill. Mrs. S. McKitliick. 77 Hest peck npples, (any kind) $1 (hnnd embroi 8 Ito-- t shirtwaist Herman W'uehbels. dered and hnnd mude) $1. 78 Host plnte grapes, (any kind) Miss flnbie Ilrudshnw. Mrs. J. N. Saunders. J) Hct centerpiece (nny kind) $1. 70 Hest plate plums, (any kind) $1 ' Mr. W. 1. fiiui.s. Karl Trayor. 10 IJet embroidered towel $1. 80 Hest white ctirii (do, ears) $1. -. V. 1'. Giens MiJ. II. Fads. 11 Hest towel, crochet edge $1. 84 Hest tobacco, (1 stalk) grown Miss Lillie Xoel. of Danville. in Lincoln count v, $2. 12 Hest specimen tntting $1. V. A. Tribble. Mi-- s Mamie Greer. S." Hest pumpkin, (weight nnd sine 13 Hct pair Kcallopod pillow blips to be considered) $1. (with initial or monogram) $1. A. C. Alford. Mis. Fisher Giiinex, of Dnmile. 80 Het watermelon, (weight nnd 11 Ue.--t fancy bag $1. size to be considered.) $1. Miss Jennie 1'vppte-.- . .Mm Fugleman. 1. 15 Uest silk quilt 87 Hest cantaloupes, (3 or more) l' J Wngers. Hest jar honey l II. I. Ilankenship. fl.'i Hest jnr bout pickles $1. Mm. J. II. Fads. CO Hest jar sweet pickles $1. Mrs. J. II. Kads. 07 Hest display of jelly nnd preserves (by nny one person) $2. Mrs. T. W. I'ennington. Class F iartai Prethtcts 00 Hest Irish potatoes C. M. Dodson. $1. 70 Hest tomatoes (1 do-n- ) Mrs J. II. End. . "est Jar blackberry jam si. New Stanfon Drug Co. Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Stationery Etc. High .Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Especial attention given te prescription, using enljr the very best medicines in preparing same, and filled at aH times by Registered Pharmacists. AGENTS FOR 7lV!t Eastman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies For sick and nervous headaches, use Bryant's Head ache Powder, the Headache Conquerer. Druggists ? i; m ;e3 ." v:i'4 :: .- Stanford, Kentucky :i -. Old in Age but Modern in Ways First National Bank of Stanford the oldot banking institution in this section of the slate, Laving beeu organized March 0, 18"4. A bank to have stood the pauictt that have occurred intho past 58 years must be all right. This bank today i. stronger and better than it ever was. in Our patrons, and they nro many, will testify to the fnct that we take care of them in a mnuuer both pleasing and satisfactory. While old in age it is modern in methods. Your patronage is respectfully asked. Henu-mbeof courteous treatment and honorable dealings. r our i pledge Our diiectory includes some of the most prominent business men and farmers in this sec turn of the county. Try us. ' J. S. H0CKER. Pres. S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres., H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. J. R. HARRIS, lodkkeeper. MR. FARMER RURAL TELEPHONES. Make voiir home ns modern for vour family ns a nice : ne residence, and nlace voursclf in a uosition to cct the latest market ouota-tioi- n ut any time. This can be accomplished bv means of our telephone bervice which vou uud vour neiirhbors can L'ct for a Bum that is small compared with the benefit received. Call or uddiess our neurost office or write direct to headuuurters. Nushvillo. Teiiu.. for information regarding Dresent eniovinc tele-BoMr soecl "Farmers Line" rate If you aie not at lines cover the States Mrviee. we can immediately interest vou. Our tof Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississiooi. Louisiana and the Southern nortion CUMBERLAND TEL. TEL. CO. ef Tadiana and Illinois. John Fugleman. Class H Flowers 80 Het Host mi fern $1. Mrs, T. V. Pennington. Mrs.- - S. M. Helm. 00 Het geranium $. 18 Hest crochet and embroidered Fd Hubbard. counterpane .fl. 01 Hest f.ulace plant M. Miss Mary Zellnr. Hubbard. embroidered lunch cloth $1. 02 FdHest asparagus fern $1. MUs Mary llnice. Fd Hubbard. 20 Hest braided centerpiece il. 03 Host potted palm. $1 Mrs. Ira 0. Tulr. Fd Huhbnrd. 21 Hest fancv npron any kind $1. 04 Hest display cut roses SI. Mrs. J. II. Fads Miss Lena Hampton. cover. 22 Hest embroidered Mrs. T. V. reiiiiiiigton. Hustonviile. 24 Het set embroidered napkins. The hay crop in this part of the Mrs. K. J Itrown. county is so very nbundnnt that we 23 Hest French embroidered night don't know wlut to do with' it. Mr. dress $1. J. I'. Fads cut ninety five acres, Mrs. Hettie Fowler. and after filling all his barns and Children's Department slnrkin" tliri'c or linir hundred 2lHest dressed doll (by child and still s. much that is al most shin;: the hay nwuy. dr 12 years of age) $1. Mis Sophie Saunders. Mrs. Allen Hurris nnd son are 28 Hest sjiecimeo emliroidery (by spending n few weeks at Atlantic child under 12) ?1. City. Miss Isabel Givens. Mr. Itoiin McICechuie, of Stnnford (any kind) came up Friday eveniua: and remain20 Hest couch pillow by child under 12 $1. ed ou'r until Saturday to attend to MNs Ida Lee Campbel. of Crab some shopping. Orchard. Mrs. Chailiu Pile, of near McKin-ne30 Host hemstitched hnndkerchief was here shopping Saturday. by child under 12 $1 Miss Angie Cnipenicr is visiting Mis- - Luis Drake. friends at Ktmnaiicv, Ky. 31 Hest cake, any kind, by child Miss Marguerite McCormnek is under 12 $1. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. II. Woods MUs Sadie II. Wearen of Stanford, for the I. of P. fair, 33 Hest specimen baud painting Clinton Hastin and l)r. 0. S. Wil(water colors) by child under 15 liams motored, to Lexington Wed- war- - of age $1. Mf Matsv (iiimcs. Miss Florence Fpperson, of Class C Art was here shopping Thurs31 Hct specimen hand painting, day. MNs Kate Alcorn. Rev. lliiey, of Somerset, was luie 35 Hest specimen crayon woik Wednesday. Mi-- s Flizabeth Mntheny. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hohon, of 30 I Jest hand painting, (oil) Lawieiicebui!,', are guest- - of Dr. and Miss Georgia New hem. Mrs. Torn Hohon. 37 Hest 2 dozen hand painted Mis.es Hessiu anil Allie Yiiutis, tif china plates (amateurs only) $1. Lancnster, were guesln of Mi.-,--, Hes-si- c M. Saudey. Mrs. Shelton Riffe last week. 38 Uest baud painted cups and Mr. Jones Uuughmuii uud son, of snucers 2 dozen (amateur only Morelaud, weie heie for u few hours Mrs. T. V. I'ennington. 30 Hest hand painted sugar bowl Wednesday utteruoon. Mr. and Mis. R. M. Tate and Miss and cream pitcher, Margaiet Mcl'ormack and Clinton Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley. Hastiu attended the Hiodhead lair 41 Best hand painted pitcher, Thursday. . ' Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley. Miss K.ilierlu Ormstead has re42 Hest display of baud painted turned to her home at Louisville, lifchinn, (nny number of pieces,) ter a hlinrt stay with Rev. and Mrs. amateurs only $2.50 Surles. Miss Florence Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Gibbs and Class D. Family Produce. little daughter Thursday arrived mountain cake. from Manila, P. I. to visit her uunt 43 Uest white .Mrs. Helen Huffman. Mrs. J. II. Fads, i Mrs. Frank Mansfield, of Lex45 Uest chocolate cake $1. ington, is the guest of Col. and Mrs. Mrs. T. W. I'ennington. It. Williams. . 47 Hest Angel food cake $1. Mr. and Mrs. Oriw Waio and chilMrs. J, G. Carpenter. dren, of Covington, visited Mr. 11. 40 Hest mnrshinullow cake, R. Cnmnitz last week. Mis. W. O. Wither. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pipes and 50 Hest plato beaten biscuit, son are moving to town and will ocW. Iv. Warner. Mr. 51 Hest lonf salt rising light biead cupy the house tinned bv Dr. J. C. I la liver, of Fast Main. Mrs. A. V. Hill. Mr. Doo Diie left Sunday for 52 Hest home made cheeo $1. Columbia to be theie and act as Miss Flla Haiuett. judge dining the fair. 53 Host pound butter $1. Miss Allie Slagg is the guest of Mrs. Felix White. friends in town this week. ' Class E. Preserves Msse Siish and Mary North, 54 Hest jar grape jelly $1. spent last week in Lexington, atMrs. T. W. Pennington. tending the i'uir. 55 1 Jest jar plum jelly .1 Ir. Fdward Alcorn has returned Mrs. I. G. Taylor. troiu a business trip t.) Harrimaii, jar crabnpples jelly $1. Teiiu. Miss A. Tribble. Misses Maigaict uud Sara Mat57 Hest jar apple jelly H- thews, of Lexington, have tinned to Mrs. J. G. Cat punter. visit .Miss Lois Willis. 58 -- Uest jar peach preserves $1. Mrs. Willam Dunn and daughter Mis. J. Wiigeis. are guests of Mrs. Dan Tiaylor in 50 Hest jar stiaw berry preserves Staufoid. Mr. John A. Southeilaud, of Lex Mis. J. Wagers. ington, was (he guest of MUs Alice 00 Hest inr cherry preserves $1. Lyons last week. Mrs. J. Wngeis. Dr. ami Mrs. Carl Wheeler, 01 Uest jar pear preserves $1 of Lexington, uro the guests Mis. J. Wugers. of Mr. and Mrs. Clius. Wheeler. 1. 02 Hest jar plum preserves 19-B- et John S. Baiuhmau. 10 JfivA knitted counterpane $1. Miss Margaret Camcnisch. 17 Het crochet counterpane $1. Mr.- -. 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. cret Cummins & Wearen Clothing and Shoes STANFORD, ' - - KENTUCKY. v. Danville ne-da- y. Warehouse Company Danville, Ky. Sell your Tobacco with us Walnut Street 1-- Stores. state---as- k this coming season. Capacity now 250,000 lbs per day. Stall room for 200 horses. Close up town to Banks and The BEST Auctioneer in the 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 st Company. H. C. MIGHT. President. HIEATT, Vice President. ALLEN Lex-bab- y, -. f jfcs.