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80PKIMSYILLB OtfTUCKIAN JULY 3
Prizes at Pennyroyal Fair Hopkinsville, Ky., September 29th to October 2nd, 1915. XXT A "D f What Is It ' V.K! All About? j wp sg CAP 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FIRST PRIZE Best 10 ears white Corn ... $5.00SpeciaI (First Nat'l. Bank.) Best single ear white Corn 3.00 Best 10 ears yellow Corn 5.00-Special (First Nat'l. Bank.) Best single ear yellow Corn.. 3.00 Champion ear Corn, Best peck Wheat Best bunch Oats. SECOND $2.00-by Association 1.00 2.00-by Association THIRD nnv variety 5.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 5.U0-Punch Bowl (SneeinI C. R. C ark. Potatoes to be delivered at store after the fair. Best bunch Sweet Potatoes. 3.00-Sugar 1.00-by Association Potatoes to be delivered at the store after the fair. Best bunch Barley Best bunch Rye Best peck Irish Potatoes 1 00 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00-by Association ( Special C. R. Clark & Co Best bunch Red Clover Best bunch Crimson Clover Best bunch Alfalfa Best bunch Sweet Clover.. . Best bunch Cow Peas. Best bunch Soy Beans .2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 Best bunch Timothy 2 00 Best bunch Herds Grass . 2.00 Best bunch Orchard Grass .. 2.00 Best bunch Blue Grass 2.00 Best plate Tomatoes 2.00 Best plate Peaches ..... 2.00 Best plate Grapes 200 Best plate Apples 2 00 Best plate Pears. 2 00 Largest Pumpkin 2 00 1.00 1 00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 100 100 1.00 100 1.00 V 15 00 1.00-by Association 10.00 Best Individual Farm Exhibit 10 or more varieties 25.00 Largest Watermelon 2 00 Coffee Special C. R. Clark & Co. Watermelon to be delivered at store after the Fair. Best individ. Market Gar. Exhib. 10 00 5 00 Best peck Turnips 4 I gal. cans Syrup 2-1 gal. cans Syrup Special C. R. Clark & Co Turnips to be delivered at store after the Fair BOYS' PIG CLUB Members only eligible and subject to government rules of judging 10.00 5.00 Agricultural Premium List for Members of Boy's Corn Clubs in Christian, Trigg and Hopkins Counties, Kentucky f -and Montgomery County, Tennessee. Best 10 ears White Corn 10-00 5.00 Best single ear White Corn . 5.00 2.5P Best 10 ears Yellow Corn 5 00 2.50 Best Single ear Yellow Corn 5.00 2.50 CHAMPION EAR CORN 10-00 CHRISTIAN COUNTY PREMIUM LIST FOR BOYS' CORN CLUB. FIRST PRIZE Greatest yield per acre, $25 outfit by J. H. Anderson & Co., consist ing of suit of clothes, pair of shoes and a hat. SECOND PRIZE-One library table by W. A. P'Pool & Son, $10. THIRD PRIZE-One boy's hat by Wall & McGowan, $2 50. Best Showing Of Profits on Investment, Based on the Commercial Price of Corn FIRST PRIZE-One shot gun by F A Yost Co , $15. SECOND PRIZE-Cravanett rain coat by Frankel's Busy Store, $10. THIRD PRIZE One fourteen tooth corn cultivator by Forbes Mfg. Co., $4. Best Exhibit of Ten Ears. YELLOW CORN-One overcoat by Irving Roseborough Co., $15. WHITE CORN-One Morris chair by H. A. Keach & Co., $15. Best Single Ear of Corn. WHITE CORN-One boy's rain coat by Wall & McGowan, $5 YELLOW CORN-One baseball outfit, consisting of 1 bat, 1 ball and 1 glove by D. W. Kitchen & Co., $5 Best Written Account, Showing History of Crop. One farmer's roll top desk by Waller & Trice, $10. Consolation Prize For boy that has not won a prize, best general average in all classes in which he has shown, one pair shoes by Wall & McGowan, $2. STANLEY'S SPEAKING DATES Time Card Effective Friday, Apr. 2, 1915. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. 93 C. & N. 0. Lim. 11.66 p. m No. 51 St. L. Express 5:29 p. m. No. 95 Dixie Flyer 9:35 a. m. No. 55 Hopkinsville Ar. 7:00. a. m, No. 53 St. L. Fast Mail 5:24 a. m. TRAINS GOING NORTH. No. 92-C. &St. L. Lim., 5:29 a. m No. 52-St. Louia Express. 9:55 a. ra, No. 94-Dixie Flyer. 7:08 p. m. No. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. m No. 54-St. L. Fast Mail 10:16 p. m. No. II connect at Cuthtla for Memphis ao paints ufar south as Etta and. for LoutiflUi Cincinnati and ti.c t Hu, ui and m nr.-cl ouniMtUini at Unit' irfa for Louisville. Ci... nnaUaud all po.nU Mitt and cast thereof. Ho W Carrie through sloepra to Atlanta, Mat con. Jacksonville, St. Auguitln and Tampa. YU Ja Pullman ill ei era to New Orleana Conns et at Guthrie for point Eaet and Weil, I o. 93 wtl not carry local paueniers for points north Nashville. Teno. J, C. HOOE, Ac. Candidate For Governor Speak at the Following Places. Hon. A. 0. Stanley, caodidate for the Democratic nomination for rov ernor will address the voters on the f Mowing days and phcei: Murray, Saturday. July 3. Hazel, Saturday. July 3, night. Relation of Malaria to Agriculture. Art Intensive study of the decroaso of productiveness In an agricultural community due to malaria has been made by tho bureau of entomology In Madison Parish, La. It was found that 12 families, cultivating 246 acres of land, lost an aggregate of 88 weeks during tho crop-growing season from this cause, or more than soven weeks per family. The financial loss In this caso was estimated at $24 per family. Whire the boll-weevil prevails tho 1 m;j bi; ii'di'li !ioaier, as tall tir- to k' ep up the cultivation of the croji or to plant at the proper time Kives the weevil a decided advantage. It Is clear from these Investigations that tho present loss through malaria In the sou .hern states amounts to many millions of dollars. Scientific American, We Grind Our Own Lenses We have just put in a complete Lens Grinding Plant and can save you money on Glasses. Broken Lenses duplicated while you wait. YOUR EYES TESTED and Glasses accur ately fitted. We guarantee Satisfaction. .GRADUATE OPTOMETRIST 7? Jas.ESkai't The popular price Jeweler and Op tician. Watch Inspector L. & N. II. R. Nlmrod. It Is impossible, at this late date, to say er much about Nlmrod. either as to when he lived or what he did The ''mighty hunter before tho Lord' may have been a historical charac ter, but at any rate wo know very lit tie of him. All that we know of him Is found In the tenth chapter of Gene sis. 4r.v PERTINENT QUESTION OF BOY Willie Figures It Out How Father It So Small and His Uncle Jim So Dig and Tall. At a dinner party reference was made to pertinent questions, and Con gressman James S. Parker of New York recalled the story of how some thing along that line was exploded by little Willie. William had an uncle on his moth' er's side who was a six-footer, whilo his father wasu't much bigger than a full-grown - sparrow. Watching his uncle one day thoughts came into Wil lie's mind. "Mamma," said he, turning to his maternal relar.lve, "how Is It that Uncle Jim grey so big and tall?" "He was always a good little boy," carefully explained mamma, "and bo- cause of that God permitted him to grow up tall and strong." "I see," thoughtfully used Willie, and then added, "when father was a boy I gues3 he must have been some kind of a sinner." Philadelphia Tele graph. The Masculine Way. "It's a wond&r old Adam didn't make a kick when he lost his Job as head gardener of ' Eden," said Gro wells. "Oh, he was Just like the men of today," rejoined his wife. "How's that?" nsked the beginner of the trouble. "He waited until he got home," ex plained Mrs. Growells, "and then pro ceeded to raise Cnln." Fully Qualified. Offlce Manager So you want a Job, er? What kind of work can you do? Applicant Well, I hardly know. Un til recently I was assistant Instructor in a boxing school, but Office Manager (Interrupting) Oh, I can use you all right. Come around In the morning and box our mail order shipments, and in tho afternoon you can lick tho stamps. "Just as Good." We gazed pityingly on the listless drug store clerk leaning against the Boda counter. "Haven't you any ambition?" we In quired, kindly and all that. "No." he replied, with brightening intelligence, "but I have something Just as good." Philadelphia Ledger. Alasi Too True. Him As a rule a man treats a wom an as she deserves to be treated. Her Yes, I suppose so; but there are exceptions to all rules. Him What Is the exception to tnis one? Her Well, sometimes he marries her. HANDICAP. "So you are busted again! Well, there's a sucker born every minute." "Yes, and take It from me, old chap, there's a shark born every second." True, But Misleading. "Dick hugged mo last night before I had the faintest idea of what he was about." "And what did you do?" "Why, of course, I was Instantly up lu arms about It." The Worst Way. 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