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FOUNDED I860. 63d YEAR, NO 08.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAV, AUQUST 23, 1012
TUE8DAYS AND FR
OVER 3,000 PEOPLE AT
FAIR ON SECOND DAY
And Slill Greater Gathering Is Ex
pected For Friday K. P.
Fair a liq Success
The first two days of tlio fnir, in
Stanford this week, conducted bv
lliu Knights of Pythias, show tlint
it in guitig ti Itc 1111 umptulillcd sue
ce. Although tlio 11 rat day weath
er dampened the nrdur of many, 110
finer fnir diiy could lio wished for
fhnn Thursday, the second day. To
lny the indication lire that the
conditioim will lie I idler, if possible,
mid n tremendous croud is expected
on the third and lust day.
Tin- ttllondnnro on Thursday run
Moll over tlio 3,000 mark, about
lirt times tin number present the
llr.'t diiv. 1
Tlii' fen I lire in the Mock rings of
Hit second iliiy program wan the
Mule (olt Futurity, which wns cap
lured jy I lol Wood'' great young
marc mule, with bis brother, Jim
Woods' colt second. Some splcn
did horscllesh was shown during
the day. The irreiiiintii nwnrds were
First Day's Awards
Cattle Jersey Cattle.
I'd -Best .(entry cow, 2 years ohl
.-.rs.i over 10; "'to 1st ill to 2d.
S J. Bell 1st and 2.1.
07 Best Jersey heifer, undor 2
Gnlcwoo.l Beitr.lev, 1st; Win. Dud
118 Best Jersey hull, nny use
S. .1. Hell 1st.
!! Ifcfft herd of Jerseys,
S. J. Hell 1st.
100 Best male, nnv ugp
i:. II. Mallard let; J. 11. Woods,
101 Hot female,' nny age
K. II. llallard l.-t; George Tuck-
102 Rest iniiro mule colt under 1
liar rit and Woods 1st; J. II.
10.1 ltst horse mule colt undor
1 year 10; $10 to 1st; $0 to 2d.
Harris and Woods lht; J. II.
101 -Best mure mule 1 year and
under 2 $10; 10 to 1st; -.' to 2d.
Harris mid Woods 1st; It. II.
105 Best hotse mule 1 vear old,
Harris and Woods 1st; It. It.
10G Best maio ami mule olt,
Hums and W Is 1st; W. II. I'n-
107 Bent horse colt under 1
W O. Walker, 1st; -Mr-.. If. T.
103--Best filly colt under 1 jenr
W. II. Murphy 1st: K. S. Scud-,
1011 Best mure or gelding 1 year
old and under 2
W. 0. Walker 1st; Edgar Doty 2d
110 Hest mare or gelding 2
years nud under .'I
Walter Hriggs, 1st Bernard Hays,
HI Host mare or gelding 3 years
ami under 4
ltcmntd Hu.vs 1st; ('. It. Cole
112 Hest phaeton man: or geld
ing any nge M 1-2 hands niul under
L. I'aipentcr 1st; .Morgan Bnugli
113 Itr-it fancy turnout, single
horse, decorations not considered,
Qniim Davis l-(; Mack Hughes
Ill Hest walkiug.inar.! or geldim.'
jtuv age, (soundness not consider
d.') I5: 1( to 1st; .. to 2d.
Guv Hundley M;.l. C. Bnilcy 2d.
110 Bc.-t pair of mares or geld
ings, (any age)
Kdgar Doty 1st: I.. K. lingers 2d.
11(1 I test stallion 'A. years old
stti.l under 4
Mack Hughes 1st, Waller llic's
117 Det main or gelding .'I
LittL years old and under 4
r"7? I K HWH 1st: Kdgar Doty 2.1.
SweepsiaKe Harness uass
IIS Hest stallion, mine or geld-
Edgar Duly 1st: Hernard Hays
' HA, Mack Hughes 3d.
11!) -Hest pair any age, regard-
less of sex, color or ownership
;- Bernuid I lays 1st; Edgar Doty
120 Hest maio or gelding, any
v JHte 2.r; ll.'i to 1st; 10 to 2.1.
, Hrnani nays im; "" '..;
r Readster Class
" 121 Best stallion any uge
M WiHer Hriggs 1st; Mack Hughes
?ld. iliim Dvjs 3d.
Second Day's Awards
LJMks, JMMts and Mules
iM-r-Uest jack, aliy age
,t ( ,.'ir.Mundty 1st; Curnou Gover.
w 123 Bent jennet auy age.
I. C. llrown, 1st and 2.1. ,
123 1-2 Heat mule, colt (either
sex) by Clifton It. lliiv.cll
W. II. Underwinul 1st; Sum Cu-
tcllo 2d; S. J. Hell 3d
12 1- Host mnro mule 2 yearn old
It. It. Woods 1st; Harris & Woods
12, Hest horse mule, 2 yctirrf old
and under 3
Harris 4 Woods 1st; It. II. Woods
12l Hest mnro mule. 3 years old
and over $lfi; .flO to 1st ;..' to 2d.
Ilnrris tc Woods 1st and 2d.
128 Hest mule, nnyngo,
Harris & Woods 1st nnd 2d.
120 -Hest pair mules nny nge,
regnr.lless of sex or color
Harris & Woods 1st; S. T. Hum's
Mule Colt (Futurity.)
Harris .V Wmi.ls 1st: J. II. Woods
2.1; W. II. Murphy 3d; J. II Woods 4 '
130 1-2 Hot colt, either kcx, by
Can oil l'rcston
W. (I. Walker 1st: W. II John-1
Draft Horses 1
131 Hest stallion, any nge
Kevin Carter lt; I. C. Drown 2d.
132 Hest mare or gelding,
J. II. Woods 1st; Tom Dudderar 2
Horses Harness Class
133 Hest gelding 4 jeais old and
over 20; !?H to 1st; $." to 2d.
Mack Hughes 1st Walter Hriggs 2
131 Hest filly colt tinder 1 year
It. S. Scuddcr 1st; Mrs. It. T.
13."i Hest lioise colt under 1
W. o: Walker 1-1; .1. H, Mundiy2
13(5 Hest mare or gelding 1 year
old and under 2
Kdgar Dotv 1st: W. O. Walker 2.
137 Hest tunic or gelding 2
years old and under 3
Walter Hriggs 1st 'Hugh Turling
138 Hest stalliitn 1 year old and
under 2 Jrl.r; $10 to 1st; .tfi to 2d.
It. S. Scuddcr 1st; W. 0. Walker 2
130 Hest mare nnd colt, (mnre
48 inches nnd under,
Hugh Iteij Coster Ibt; Edward
140 Hest bullion, mate or geld
ing, C2 inches ami under
Joe (J limes 1st; Lou Carpenter 2.
141 Hest pony driven by boy or
giri; f7 to 1st; $3 to 2d.
Joe (Irian-. 1st: Lou Cnrpenter 2.
142 Hest stallion 3 years old
and under 4
Kdgar IK.ty 1st; Walter Hriggs 2.
143- Hest stallion. 4 years old
and over; .20; $l."i to 1st; f to 2.1.
Mack Hughes 1st; (Juiiiu Davis 2.
High Acting Harness Class.
141 Hest marc or gelding, nny
nge $20; $15 to 1st; : to 2.1.
Mack Undies 1st; Oiiiuu Davis 2
145 Het nmre or gelding 3 years
old nnd under 4
I l. lingers 1st; and 2d.
ill) Host rockawey lunte or
gelding $C $10 to 1st; ." to 2d.
Kdcar Doty 1st: Mack Hughe 2.
Sweepstake Saddle Class
147 Hest saddle stallion, mare
or gelding $7f; $10 to 1st; $25 to
2.1; $10 to 3d.
Edgar Doty 1st; Walter Hriggs 2d;
Hctuatd Hays :id.
S. J. Kmln-y Jr., 1st and 2.1.
Former Stanford Instructor Wedded
To Bovle Beauty.
I lie pictttest wedding ceremony
that has taken place in Dauvillu in
the past several months was that of
Miss Kthel I'rice (hunt to .Mr. Wit
ham J. "Craig, of Howling Uroen, Ky.
which was soleunured at thu beau
tiful home of the luidcs parents, Dr.
nnd Mis. Samuel lMice (iraut, 011
Foutth street, Tuesday afternoon,
promptly at tour o clock.
The hri.le is one of Danville's
most lcl daughters and counts
her friends by the scote. She grndi
tinted from Caldwell College, ut
which institution she took high rank
She i highly cultured and has tnauv
splendid tiuits of character, which
appeal to her tunny friends nnd
commend her to tlm-o with xvlioiu
she comes in contact. Local so
ciely suffers n loss by her departure
which will be it gam to her home
town of Howling (iicen.
The groom wan attired in convene
tional black, wealing gray gloves,
nud tie to match.
The groom holds the elmir of
physics nud chemistry in the West
era Kentucky Konnal School, which
is located in Hawliug Green, Ky and
is one of thu host known young ed
ucators in the state. Ho is a broth
er of 1'iof, Hardin Craig, who grad
uated nt Centte College nnd who
now holds n elutir of English nt the
University of' WWnnsiii, Danville
Advocate. Tlio groom formerly
taught in Stanford, nnd has many
The, United State Senate defeat
ed the bill providing (loverutnent aid
to public roads.
Named as 8th District Member of
f State Campaign Committee.
Democrntiu Slate Citmpuign
cliaii mint, J. K. Camden Wednes
ilay nppointed the State (ninpaign
committee, nud mimed W. (). Davis,
of Versailles secretary. The Eighth
Congicssioiutl district will be repre.
sciitcil 011 Iho stntc committee bv
Shelton Saufley, cditirr of the In
Ilnny Summers, of Klixabeth
town nud Koliert Harding, of Dan
ville, weic selected bv Cliaitmau
Cniiidcu, as members of the Cam
paign Committee from the slalc-at-jaigc.
The mvinheis chosen from
the various districts were:
I'iist Judirc Hunk (larclii.T. of
Second Ed Voung. oT Mndison
villc. Thiid (Icinl.l Finn. Franklin.
Font th W.W. Spalding. Lebanon
Fifth Scott Hullitt, Louisville.
Si.xtlt Orie Ware. Covington.
Seventh Amino, c Dudley. of
Kighth Shelton M. Saufley, of
Kinth J. K. Kchoe, Maysvi'le.
Tenth .lames II. Spradlin, 1'res
tousburg. Eleventh Woodson May, Somer
set. "KENTUCKY COLONELS"
Back From Delightful Fishing Trip J
To High Bridge
The Kentucky Colonels delightful
ly entertained their friends with a
week's camping trip on Kentucky
river nt High Hri.lge lust week. The
fishing was bad on account of mud
dy water but liming bathing and
hill climliiii" were fine nud nil join,
cd hcattily in the s'.orl.
Several experts in different lines
were developed. J. W. Pi-Ids prov
ed hiuis.df a gieat fisherman nud
also a fiofessor in swimming. A. W.
,-sauipson is a gcniii.s 11s a sailing
captain. Marion Fields as a marine
engineer. It. C. Watkins played the
role us hero. Mis Margaret Samp -
ami 1-. (i. Uatknis took the
honors as duet ,ks, S. L. Steph-J
ensou has changed his occupation
1 rout store Keeper to tiiat ol an in-
vclltor. He is now cilgngediill itiiik-
a camp bed that doc.s not re-
seinoie a rocK pile, .vttss Mie Mltup- j
Sllll llillilw till, t.kit.kf.t ri ,. Inn L.it.
. ... ...r... - ...J . I'M, ,,- l.ll O...II
;, ",,. ."'
er. .Music was furnished by Miss
(iladys Cliamherlaiti, A. W. and It.
K. Sampson in the evenings.
The uirt was comioc.l of Mrs.
W. M. Fields a- cliapetnuc: Misses
Elizabeth Coppnge, Pearl Fields,
tiiadvs Chamberlain, Sue Sampson,
f Hiirt.idsbuif-, Margaret Samnson.
of llaiTo.lsburg. Edith Wntkins.
Grace Fields, Lucile Chamberlain,
Ituth Fields. Me.ss,s. J. V. Fields.
Marion Fields, A. W. Samp-on. It.
W. Samps F. . Watkins. It. C.
Watkins, S. L. Stephenson,. John
Cecil, of Hurrodslmii'.
Mrs. Linda Itcnlou and John Hen
ton. of Milltrsbuig. were here first
if ill. UVt'l.-.
Miss,., Clyde and Mnttie Wilmott
wcic in Louisville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Hilton. Mr.
Marry Hilton and daughter, Miss,.
Eth.l, John Eva and liiibv Hilton,
of Stanford, Thclina Honk, of In
diana, and Stella Griffith of Ford,
vveie the guests of Mrs. ,. i csS
during the fair.
Mi. E.I Sproulo nud cliil.lien
have returned to their home in Paris
alter visiting heie.
Mr. und ,Mrs. Woodyard Owens
are rcfoicing over the artival of
. C. Wilmott. if Knoxville. Tenn.
nnd Mrs. Walter Miller and children
of Lebanon Junction were the guests
of their mother. Mis. M. E. Wilmott.
Frank llrooks was down front
llntlaii t attend the fair. Ho nc
c.uiipanie.l back by his grandsons,
Louis and Mallie Hunt.
Mr. nud Mis. ('has. Lyons nud
ehildien of Junction ( ity have been
with friends here for the past week,
and ate now in the country for a
Miss (.race McCall has been ill.
Mis Kiln Dunn, of Danville, and
Mrs. Jnc Lynn Coffcv and little son
of Frunkfot!. visited Mis. J. (5. Frith
Mr. and Mis. Malkcmus. of Louis
villc, me at Francisco Hotel for 11
few davs visit.
Joe Carter returned home Siindav
nftcr several davs' visit in Shelbv
ville. Mr. W. II. Funis nud cliil.lien. of
Fast Hernstadt. ate with his falhir,
Mr. Ilenr Farris,
Cleo Wheeldoit is in Louisville this
Dr. C. II. Kllitwurth. Knllit. 10 lliMwIn
Si.. Itmhr.lrr, N. V., t'ily K'lJni'- Jill.
him linmnllal- rrlirf net .Irrmttlirnnl
tiliti vrmUrfuUy. 'l haw tssn lMith.r-,1 will,
ui.l llilii.jt kii't I'Ud.l-r lruM nil luf
(rrrd inurh pain. Fulrr KMney I'lll. jvf
nir imm-aitif rrun
wond'rfulljr. I m
tlifir um," Hhuon
a trn(ihmr. m
ml Tin ofr.
A SPLENDID SHOW
IN THE FLORAL HALL
Large List of Entries in The Ladies'
Work How The Rihhons
N11 liner display in any floral
hall has bet 11 seen nt a fair around
here. The ladies brought out their
work, nnd while there wits some
trouble in securing competent judge
ov.'o thing went off smoothly and n
Hi'ciiili(l disphi" was had.
Flora Hall Premiums
1 I'.c.-t lnncy couch pillow $1.
Miss Ella Harnett, of Httstonville.
2 Hest specimen Irish crochet $1.
Mi-s Jennie Peoples.
4 Hest lace hnndkerchief $1.
Mis. J. K. Saunders.
5 Hest embroidered handk'f $1.
Miss Florence- Truehenrt.
0 Hest Infants' outfit; tlrrec or
mote pieces $1.
Mi-s Kllie Drake, of Iouisville.
7 Host specimen crochet work $1.
Mis. S. McKittiick.
8 Hest shittwitist (hand embroi
dered and hand made) $1.
Miss (laliic Hradshaw.
0 Hest centerpiece (any kind) $1.
Mrs. W. I'. Otvens.
10 Hest embroidered towel $1.
Mrs. W. P. (livens;
11 Host towel, crochet edge $1.
Miss Lillie Noel, of Danville.
12 Ilent specimen tatting $1.
i:jlitt.t ,,;,. .Hoped pillow blips
Mis Mamie (ireer.
(with initial or monogram) $1
Mr. Fisher Gaines, of Danvile.
11-Dest fancy bag $1.
Mis Jennie Pepples.
15 Hest silk iiuilt 1.
Mrs. John S. Baughman.
10 Hct knitted counterpane $1.
Mis Margaret Cameiiisch.
17 Hest crochet counterpane $1.
Mrs. S. M. Helm.
18 Hest crochet and embroidered
Miss Mnry Zcllnr.
10-He-t embroidered lunch cloth $1.
Mis M.try Hrtiee.
20 Hes-t braided centerpiece $1.
Mrs. Im G. Taylor
'21 Best fancy apron any kind $1
' Mrs. J. H. Ea.U.
22 Hest embroidered cornet cover
Mi-. T. W. Pennington,
' .?4 Hv-t set embroidered mi
Mrs. K. J lirowu.
.".- Itat l-'ieneli i-inliroidcred ni"ht
Mrs. Hettie Fowler.
1 uniiurens ucuuriiuciii
.,.:i,t ,irieiI1, ....n m.v el.il.l nn.
dor 12 year- of age) $1
Miss Sophie Saunders.
2S Hest specimen embroidery (by
child under 12) $1.
Miss Isabel Giveiis.
20 Hest couch pillow (any kind)
bv child under 12 ?1.
Mi-s Ida Lee Campbel. of Crab
30 Hest hemstitched handkerchief
by child under 12 $1.
Mis Lois Drake.
31 Hest cake, any kind, by child
under 12 $1.
Mis Sadie II. Wearen.
33 Hest specimen hand painting
(water colors) by child under 15
year- of nyo $1.
Miss Matsv (ii ink's.
Class C Art
.'14 Hest specimen hand painting,
Miss Kute Alcorn.
35 Hest specimen crayon work
Miss Elizabeth Matheuy.
30 Hest bund painting, (oil)
Miss (Jeorgia Kewbeni.
37 Hest 1-2 dozen linntl painted
china plates (amateurs only) $1.
Mis. Shelton M. Sautley.
38 Hest hand painted cups nnd
Mincers 1-2 dozen (nmatettrs only
Mis. T. W. Pennington.
30 Heat hand painted sugar howl
and cream pitcher,
Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley.
41 Hest hand painted pitcher,
Mrs. Shelton M. Sautley.
42 Hest display of hand painted
china, (nny number of pieces,)
amateurs only $2.50
Miss Florence t niter.
Class D. Family Produce.
43 Het white mountain cake.
Mrs. J. II. Ends.
45 Hest chocolate cake 1.
Mrs. T. W. Pennington.
47 Hest Angel food cake $1.
Mis. ,f. 0. Cmpenter.
40 Hest innrshmullow cake,
Mis. W. (5. Withers.
50 Hest plate beaten biscuit,
Mrs. W. K. Warner.
51 -Hest loaf salt rising light bread
Mrs. A. C. Hill.
52 Hest home made cheese $1.
Miss Ella Harnett.
53 Hest pound butter $1.
Mrs., Felix White.
' Class E. Preserves
54 Hest jur grape jelly $1.
Mrs. T. W. Pennington.
55 Hest jar plum jellv $1
Mrs. I. G. Taylor.
5(iHe.st jar crahapples jelly $L
Miss A. Tribble,
57 ltr-t jar apple jelly $1
Mrs, J, G, Carpenter.
58 Hest jar peach preserve $1.
Mis. J. Wagers,
50 Hest jar sttawberry preserves
Mrs. J. Wageis.
(10 Hest jar chctry preserves $1.
Mis. J. Wagers.
(51 Hest jar pear preserves $1
Mis. J. Wagers.
(52 Hest jur plum preserves $1.
Mis. J. II. Ends.
03 Hest jar blackberry jam $1.
Mrs. J. Wagers,
(!4 Hest jar honey $1
II. I. Hankeuship.
05 Hest jur sour pickles $1.
.Mis. J. H. Ends,
(ill Hest jur sweet pickles $1.
Mrs. J. If. Ends.
(17 Host display of jelly sand pre
serves (by nny one person) $2.
Mrs. T. W. Pennington.
Class F Garden Products
fill -J'cst Irish potatoes
C. M. Dodsou.
70 Hest tomatoes (I dozen) $1.
Mis. A. C. Hill.
71 Hest cabbage (3heads) $1.
J. S. Sloan.
72 Hest onions (L dozen) $1.
73 Hest beets (1-2 ilozen) $1.
74 Hest cucumbcis (1-2 dozen) $1
S. T. Curtis.
Class G Farm Products
7(1 -Hest peck pears $1.
A. C. Hill.
77 Hest peck apples, (any kind) $1
78 Hest plate grapes, (any kind)
Mrs. .1. K. Saunders.
71' Heat plate plums, (any kind) $1
80 Hest wbitu corn (do, ears) $1.
J. II. Ends.
84 Hest tobacco, (1 stalk) grown
in Lincoln count v, $2.
W. A. Tribble.
85 Hest pumpkin, (weight nnd size
to be considered) $1.
A. C. Alford.
8(5 Hest watermelon, (weight nn.l
size to be considered.) $1.
87 Hest cantaloupes, (3 or more)
Class H Flowers
80 Hest Boston fern $1.
Mrs. T. W. Pennington.
00 Best geranium $1.
01 Hest fotlage plant $1.
02 Best asparagus fern $1.
03 Best potted palm. $1
01 Het display cut roses $1.
Miss Lena Hampton.
MRS. ELIZA D. FLOWERS
Daughter of H. J. Darst. Dies a
Home in Louisville.
It is vvitb much tegtet that news
of the death of Mrs. Eliza 0. Flow
ers, of Louisville, was learned here.
She is welt known here' and has
many Irieinls and telatives here. The
Courier-Journal said of her death
Iheie: Just as -Mrs. Elizabeth O.
Flowers' two daughters weic lire
paring to leave their home, 100 Ctir
al iivet'.ue, in Clifton, at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, to go down
town to witness th parade the
mother, who was ill in bed suddenly
became unconscious. I lev daugh
ters summoned Dr. Wilboyte, but
despite 'c efforts of the physician
the womun passed away fifteen min
utes later. The physician found
death due to apoplexy.
Mrs, Flowers had been in ill
health two weeks, but had been able
to b about the house a gieat putt
of the time. Yesterday ut noon she
partook of a hearfv meal, and was
believed to be. on the rami to recov
ery. The deceased was the widow of
John W. Floweis. Besides her two
daughters, Misses Lucile and Gladys
she leaves two sous, John and Wil
liam O Flowers, and two sisters,
Mrs. Baltic Owsley and Mrs. J. O.
Kewiand, of Stanford, Ky.
The funeral will be held Tuesday
afternoon nt 2 oMock at the resi
dence nnd nt 2:30 o'clock nt thej
( littou Christian cliuiclt. I lie mi
, ferment will be in Cnve Hill ceine
tctv. Wants to Buy Lincoln Horses
All Lincoln county people and es
pecially the horsemen will bo inter
cd in thu news that Joe Miller, of
the gieat 101 Kanclt Wild West
Show will be in Crab Orchard Sat
urday afternoon, for the purpose of
buying a number of good horses. He
.wants those who have them for sate
!to meet him there about 1 o'clock.
Mr. Miller is a native of Crab Orch
'aid and is nlways welcomed back
, home. He made a million tint of his
j ranch nnd show business, but never
torgct Ins old Kentucky Home.
A. K. J mm, o( Ihr ir rtiarmirjr, Chlfo,
('I.. hn ! hannrq Kulrjr & Co.'t nii-dl-rltie
(r manjr ytr: ?! "I rantlikr
Pint tlo' Ilox'X "( Tar Compound hat
ta qut. aud It hp nn rough ui-dirinr 1
nn rfrosiainl at rontalnlnt nn narrotlrt or
isSr htrriful pr'nrtl." Tti Krnnliit In a
yVv rK'kttf' Hliurar and Tannrr.
MISS LISSA H0LTZCLAW
Wins Premium as Prettleset Girl On
The Fair Grounds
Miss Lissa Holt.cluw, acknowl
edged everywhere as one of Lin
coln's fairest daughters, wits award
ed the $10 in gold premium Thurs
day for being the ;irett'icst girl on
the fair grounds here. She was cho
sen for this honor by unnnimous
vote of the judges, of whom there
went four, and each nnd every one
of them has an eye for beauty, too.
The selection of Miss Holtzclaw for
this irrcmium was received with
enthusiasm, as she was whirled
at mind the fuir ring by Secretary
J. F. Cummins in his auto, after the
award had been made by the judges.
Miss Holtzclaw is one of tlio most
dimming nnd sweet young girls nt
this part of the state and bore the
hon.rrs with a modesty of demeanor
which is one of her attractions to
thoe who know her.
Jammed Between Two Ribs, Gives
Coe Moser Much Trouble.
Coe Moser, the popular night tel
egrapher at the L. & K. depot here,
is just beginning to feel himself
again after an unusual sort of an
accident, which enme tieur having
serious results ftir him. He was
standing on the platform nt the de
pot a short time ago, when a mail
suck was thrown off a mail cnr. The
sack hit hint, and struck mi indel
ible pencil which lie catTied in his
shiit pocket. The shurp point of
the pencil was driven into his body,
penetrating between two ribs and
cattsitig a very painful injury. Mr.
Moser did not pay much attention
to it at fitst, hut the indelible com
position of the pencil, contnined
some poison which threatened blood
poison for a time, but his physician
managed to arrest its evil effect he
forc the results of the injury became
really serious. He wus compelled
to lay off from duty for several
days, as a result of what sconfed
nt first to be a Very trifling acci
dent. Young Miss Embrv Winner.
The pony rig driven by little Miss
Pent! Embrv received the largest
vote for the best pony ring ut the
first ring of the fair Wednesday,
and the decision seemed to be a
very popular one. Miss Einbry had
her rig attractively decorated and
drove a beautiful pony. Morgan S.
Baughtnan received the second num
ber of highest votes.
Slight showers early Wednesday
norning, delayed the fotmation of
the parade by the pony ring coti
ZiMnnts to the fair ground. Grella's
band stationed on the portico of the
court house rendered sweet music
in the early morning. The showers
ceased licfurc ten o'clock, and the
jonv parade wn formed, and lend
by the band to the fair grounds.
.Morgan Smith Baughman, drew
S'o. I place in the parade with his
crack hi tie pony Jesse. Biding with
'tiin in his double seated ttap were
Mi-.s Margaret Shanks, Mr. Heath
5evetance. nud Mis Ida II. Petttis.
Entry Xo. 2 was driven bv Oeorire.
Fleece Farris with a beautiful and
!iig!i sU-iiiiig little horse. Bidins
with him were Miss KMe Elizabeth
Coleman. This pony is owned bv
Mr. W. .7. Dozier, who bought it
from Mrs. Hardin some time ngo.
Entry Xo. 3 was driven by Joe
Grimes and Miss Isnbelle Giveiis, of
Danville. They also had u little
beauty, owned by Mr. Dozier.
Entry Ko. 4 was that of little Miss
Peat I Embry, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. S. J. Einbry, Jr., who hud with
ucr four of her schoolmates, Misses
Vnnie Lee Eubanks, Frances Tate
and Alary Louise Woods. Their rig
was beautifully decorated in the K.
of 1 colors.
To Be Gjven Away In Sam Robin
sen's Contest on Monday
Sam Robinson gives a 42-pioce
Dinner Set away on Alouday, Aug.
-. lull to the young lady who has cast
tlie largest vote by that date. Tell
your- friends to make their purchas
ed there and cast tlio votes lor you.
Hie standing of the'contestants to
day j3 ns follows:
Itobtrl W, llrrtrr, Lawrrnrcflllr, Mo who
had bn bothered with kldnr? trouble fori
two jrrara tajrat -J tried inre.,diftrreni I
Vir.ila of kldnrr nllll but with no .l,.f M I
.nrliihbor told me to tiea Foley KldjieT.Pilla.
I took tbrre bottlea of them., and got a
uiaurni rure. 1 recommend, mem to (Terv
bojjr." SLujitt and Tanner.
CREATES MUCH INTEREST
International Egg Laying CafftMt
Expert Ties the ftlbtwns Fhw '
Quality Birds Shewn
Lincoln county poultry fnncierjs
turned out in large numbers to see
the bluo ribbons tied on their fa
vorite breeds the tlrst day of the
fair. The association was very for.
ttumte in securing Mr. E. II. Bor
chers, of Lo'iTisvillc, poultry editor
of the Louisville Post, to judge- the
feathered tribe. Air. Borcbers has
personal charge of Jho Internation
al Egg Laying contest, being Jield
under tlio nusniccs of the Post at
Senator Puyntcr's farm near the
state capital. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr.,
and A. (1. Alford, both of whom
have pens in the big egg contest,
showed some fine birds at the fairj
A. C. Hill has a. tine string o White'
Orpingtons that nre hard to beat
any place in the country. J. C. Mc
L'lary likewise ranked with the top
notchers, carrying off several bluo
Mr. Borcbers said that the peo
ple of Lincoln county should be
proud of this fair, and especially of
the poultry exhibit. He has been
re-engaged for next year's fair and
he urges all the poultry breeders in
the county to start in now to make
this department one of the leading
features of the fair. Tlio awards hi
the various classes were:
Leghorns 1011 and 1912 bird
A. C. Alford, botlt awards. 3
Black Lnttkshans Mrs. Eads 1st
Buff Orpingtons 191L birds Mrs?
S. J. Embry, 1st, J. C. Mc Clury 2d;
1912 birds J. C. McClary 1st;
Mrs. A. C. Alford 2d.
Barred Bocks A. P. Coffey 1st. $
White Orpingtons A. C. Hill 1st
on both 1911 and 1912 birds. I
Rhode Island Reds A. O. IHlli
1st on both 1911 nnd 1912 birds.
Black GrrJUigt'ons Airs. S. J.'
Embry, Jr., 1st. .',
English Salmon Favcrolles Mrs;
S. J. Einbry, Jr., 1st.
Farm Stock Airs. Ends 1st. '
Black Orpingtons Mrs. S. J.
Embry 1st, Airs. Ends 2d on 1911
birds. On 1912 birds, A. C. Hill 1st;
Special premium English breed:
Mrs, (s. J. Embry. Jr.. 1st; Ameri
can breed: A. C. Hill 1st; Mediter
ranean breed: A. C. Alford first.
Best display A. C. Hill 1st; A.
C. Alford 2d.
McKinney. . !
Mrs. J. W. Cocking and pretty,
daughter Miss Ruth arc visitiug in
Falmouth nnd Covington the last
two weeks. ;
Miss Ruth and Margaret Becki
have, returned home from Somerset
vvhero they wete visiting their, sis-j
ter, Airs. J. W. Davis, she having
returned with them.
Miss Ruth Coffey, of Shelby City
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Kate Coffey this week.
Tom Eaties went over to Hazel
Patch to load out u couple of curs
if lumber for E. R. Spotswood and"
son, this week. I "
Protracted meeting begun at tlio
Christian church at Turnersville
Monday night nud will continue for.
several .lays,-Mr. Mills from Loxiug-
loti nnd another gentleman are-hold,
itur the meeting. " J
Aliss Nettie While of Lexington
is the guest of her grandfather, Mr.'
Reuben Williams this week. j
Air. Harry Jacobs, and wife and,
daughter Vdu, have returned from"
a ten days' visit to Louisville and,
Aliss Eugene, Knncy Hubble, Miss(
Marjorio Cocking and father, Tom,
Earlcs, W. M. Mobley nil took in llte
excursion to High Bridge.
Airs. Chas. Beck has returned,
home from Kewunee. 111., where she,
has been visiting her patents for the
last lit teen days.
Airs. W. A. Coffey has returned
from Detroit, Mich., where she vis
ited her sister. ij
isrouier uauiiart, pastor- ol 11101
art, pastor of thai
is holding a ineet-1
cfi church at Phitj
ing at the Antiocf
Aliss Alary Dee Beck is visiting
Miss Florence Carter near AlcCor
mack's church this week.
M. II. Singjeton has rented the
McKinney Coal and Feed Co.," buihl-
ing nnd is now in the market for
coal, shipstuff, etc.
Mrs. Kate Coffey visited her.
brother, Air. Dick Goode in Lexing
ton last week.
Quite a number 'of people fiont,
heie attended the great K. of P..
fair at Staufoid this week and re
port a goo.) fair and a good time. (
.Aliss Roe McCormack and Miss.
Lottie Cook of Hustonville., were
callers in our town on Tuesday af
ternoon. 1) U, lSUf, training contractor liflnc at.
689 Kfdluj Court, Canton, 111, It now wll
nt1 of a ttrttf and anno)iii( rat of kldnry
trouble. Ilia back palnrd and he wn both. '
rol with hmjacuti and Jmr tptlla. "I .
look KoUy Kldnry 1'ilU Jutt aa dlrritrd and..
in a ttw daja I frit lunrti brttrr. Mr llf and-.
ttrvnirth teemed to com back, and 1 aleeo
p-r.yill. 'I atu, now lU-.irrr mi trouble and lat f
- to iirouimrnd towy nuney nuv irjr meiia.
Miugira and Tanner.