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Knights of Pythias Fair Extra Special Edition
The Daily Interior Journal
VOL. 1. NO. 1
STANFORD, KY., AUGUST 21, 1912
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
at 3 O'clock
Who will Im tlio best looking wo
man on tin grounds nt three o'clock
Whoever she is, she Mill rcreivo
$10 in gold, this nice littlo sum hav
ing been hung up by tlio Association.
hi uiiu f dm rn-o!ri! fcr.tnrcs of
the ilny. There is no doubt but
M'lmt the judges will hnvn n hard
lime deciding this xinjr. for thoro
lire, no belter looking women nny
whern in the world tlinn Tight here
in Lincoln mid adjoining counties.
Wend the Dnily Interior Journnl
totnorrow mid ni-n who wns ud indeed
the tnoHt benutiful womnn on the
grounds this nfternoon lit three o'
clock. The complete progrnm for today, ns
M-ell n h the Floral Hnll premiums,
is im follows:
ll.- Best pony rig $15 $10 to
1st $5 to 2d.
-The entries in thin ring will form
in front of the court house, on Main
street at 0:30 A. St., on Wednesday
the first day of the fair, and head
ed by tlio band a ml officers of tho
fair, will march to tho ground.
Tlio awards trill be made by the
vote of tho spectntors.
The entries of this ring must bo
driven by boy or girl under 12 years
of nge, ami may bo 'driven single or
Here is our record
Over 20 years in business. S
Millions of insurance in force. 5
Hundreds of thousands in losses i
Not one disputed claim. ;
Not one claim taken to courthouse !
We are here to stay j
Give your insurance bus-
iness to experienced
insurance men. 2
STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY
Pony or ponies, chicle, hnrncss
and occupants will be considered in
n warding the premiums.
Cattle Jersey Cattle.
0(1 Ileal Jersey cow, 2 yenrs old
nnd over $10; $7 to 1st $3 to 2d.
07 Host Jersey heifer, under 2
years old $10; $7 to 1st; 3 to 2d
un jicM Jersey bull, any nge,
(nge considered) $10; $7 to 1st; 3
09 Best herd of Jerseys, con
sisting ot 1 hull nnd 3 or moro cows
$li; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
, Beef Cattle.
100 Ucst mule, any ngo IU;
to iFt; $3 to 2d.
101 Itest female, any nge $10;
$7 to 1st; a to 2d.
102 Ucst maro mule colt under 1
year $15: $10 to 1st; $5 nt 2d.
103 Bent liurno iiiii'o colt under
1 year $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
103 1-2 Itest looking lady on
grounds at 3 o'clock 1'. M. $10.
10i Ileal mare mule 1 yenr nnd
under 2 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
105 Ucst horso mulo 1 vcar old,
and under 2 $15; 10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
100 Rest maio and mulo colt,
(colt nt side) ylo; $10 to 1st; $5 to
107 Rest borso colt under 1
year old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
108 Rest filly colt under 1 year
old $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
109 Rest ninTo or gelding 1 year
old and under 2 $lu; $10 to 1st; $5
110 Rest mnro or gelding 2
years and under 3 $15; $10 to 1st;
$5 to 2d.
Ill Rest mnro or gelding 3 years
nnd under 4 $15: $10 to 1st; $5 to
112 Rest phncton mare or geld
ing any ngo 14 1-2 bands nnd under
$15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
113 Rest fancy turnout, single
horse, decorations not considered.
stallions barred $15; $10 to 1st $5
IH Rest walking mnro or geldiiiff
nny nge, (soundness not consider
ed.) $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to 2d.
115 Beit pair of males or geld
ings, (nny nge) $15; $10 to 1st; $5
11C licit stallion 3 years old
and under 4 $15; $10 to 1st; $5 to
117 Beit mnro or gelding 3
,cnrs old and under 4 $15; $10 to
1st; jo to 2d.
Sweepstake Harness Class
118 Rest stallion, mnro or geld
ing: flO; $25 to 1st; $10 to 2d; $5
119 Rett pair nny nge, regnrd
less of sex, color or ownership $25;
$15 to 1st; $10 to 2d.
120 Rest mnro or gelding, nny
ngo 25; $15 to 1st; $10 to 2d.
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. Ev
ery mini, woman and child should
sec this show, for it teaches a les
son nnd Mill keep you interested
throughout tho whole show. Prices
5 iin.l 10 cents.
Misses AHio Yantis. of Lancaster,
and Rckmo Hiffo, ofi Hustonville,
will.be tho guests of Miss Lottie
Cunou for the fair.
Pony Parade To
Four Handsome Little Equlnes Drlv-
I n Hu Rill Rraec Vnnnitlvrc
Compete In First Ring.
Slight showers early Wednesday
morning, delayed the foimution of
tho pnrudo by the pony ring con
testants to tho fair ground. Greliii'it
band stationed on tho portico of tho
court house rendeied sweet inusio
in tho early morning. The showers
ceased before ten o'clock, and thu
pony pnrndo wns formed, and lend
by the band to tho fnir grounds.
Morgan smith Raughmat!, drew
N'o. 1 place in the parade with his
crack little pony Jjs-o. Ridihu with
him in his double seated trnp worn
Miss iMargarct Shnnks. Mr. Heath
Severance, and Miss Ida II. Pettus.
KiitryNo. 2 was driven liv Oeorgc
Klccco Fnrus with a bcuutiful nnd
high stepping little horse. Riding
with him "were Miss Elsie Elizabeth
Colcmnii: This pony is owned by
Mr. W.J. Dozior, who bought it
from Mrs. Hardin some time ngo.
Entry No. 3 wns driven by Joe
Grimes nnd Miss Tsabcllc Givens. of
Danville. They also had n littlo
beauty,' owned by Mr. Dozicr.
Entry No. 4 wns thnt of little Miss
Pearl Embry, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Si J. Embry, Jr., who had with
her foifr of her schoolmates, Misses
nnio Lee Eubaiiks, Frances Tate
nnd Mary Louise Woods. Their rip
was beautifully decorated in the I.
of P. fcolors.
Everyone who who bought n tick
et to ho fair todny was given n
vote ticket, to vote for the winner
of theVpony ring. Votes will be de
oositeHin a special ballot box nnd
the winner nnnounced in tomorrow's
Jo Judge Birds
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Louisville Post's Poultry Editor To
Tie Ribbons on Fowls Is In
Charge of Eqq Laying,
Contest at Frankfort
A REAL GARAGE
; Electric Power
Back From Deliqhtful Fishinq Trip
To High Brldqe
E. II. Borchers, Poultry Editor
of the Louisville Evening Po,t, nr-
nved Wednesday morning to judge
tho poultry exhibits at the Iv. of P.
fair. ery feu i'niri iu tho state
havo had so high class un expert to
judge the poultry shown. Mr. Bor
chors 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
A Fourteen-Year-Old Bride
One of the youngest girls to be
married in this county in a long
time wns Miss Maudo Adams, of
Garrnrd, who was married to Jos
eph 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
written consent fiom her parents,
for the marring?, else County Cleik
Cooper would not huc issued the
The Kentucky Colonels delightful
ly entertained their friends with a
week's camping trip on Kentucky
river nt High Bridge last week. The
fiihing was bad on account of mud
dy wnter but rowing bathing nnd
hill climbini' were fine nnd nil join
ed heartily in the siort.
Several experts in different lines
were developed. J. W. Fields prov
ed himself a great lisherman ami
nlo a frofessor in swimming. A. W.
Sampson is n genius ns a sailing
captain. Marion Fields ns n marine
epgiiieer- R. C.W.alkins played the
rule as hero. Miss Margaret Samp
ion and F. G. Wntkins took tho
honors ns chief cooks, S. L. Steph
cnon has changed his occupation
from '.tore keeper to that of an in
ventor. He is now engaged in mak
ing a enmp bed that docs not re
scmblo a rock pile. Miss Sue Samp
son holds tho record ns a bug swnt
cr. Music was furnished by Miss
Gladys ChnmberlniD, A. W. nnd R.
N. Sampson in tho evenings.
Tho party was composed of Mrs.
W. M. Fields ns cliaperone: Misses
Elizabeth Coppaee, Pearl Fields,
Gladys Chambcrlnin, Sue Sampson;
of Hnrrodsburg, Margaret Sampson,
of HniTodsbunr. Edith Wntkins.
Grnce Fields, Lucilo Chamberlain,
Ruth Fields. Messrs. J. W. Fields,
Marion Fields. A. W. Sampson. R.
W. Snninson. F. G. Wntkins. R. C.
Wntkins. S. L. Stephenson.. John
Cecil, of Hnrrodsburg.
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With each jnv we give free direc
tions for making two valuable toilet
articles. Price 50 cents ner, jar.
Address, Nesbitt Golden Ointment
Co.. Mt. Vernon, Ky.
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Arrow Shirts and Collars
for the New
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