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PARIS, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 4, 1912, FAIR DAILY
OPENING DAY'S EXHIBIT
SEASON CLOSES TODAY
Paris Will Meet Orphans at Mt.
Sterling in Final
Pony Show the Feature of First
Day and Many Witness
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J. M. HALL, President
CLARENCE K. THOMAS, Cashier
George Doyle Fay Ardery
DIRECTORS E. M. Dickson, L.
Hall, S. Ardery; N. Kiiener, Robt.
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GOLDEN GIRL- IS A WINNER
Takes Harness Horse Event From
Hazel Down and the Great
Under the most happy auspices and
ideal weather conditions the Bourbon
Fair opened upon its sixtv-sixth"annual
exhibition yesterday morning. The ex
tremely hot weather which prevailed
in no wise affected the attendance
which was fully up to the average of
former vears for the opener.
The opening day which is usually et
apart as a special day for the ladies
and children had the effect of bringing
out a large number of the fair sex and
the attractive pony rings delighted the
number of children who attended.
The day was marked by as fine a
stock show as has taken place since
the organization of the society and
each ring brought out its quota of
blooded stock to compete for the at
tractive premiums and in each instance
the comDetition was exceptionally
In the Shorthorn show Felix Renick,
of Winchester, captured all of the pre
miums with his excellent string of
The Shetland pony exhioit was the
best, according to judges, that has oc
curred in Kentucky, with L. C. Price,
of Lexington, who had here his show
string that has taken premiums at al!
thecounty fairs in the State, at the
long end. Competition in this class
furnished no little excitement and
each award made by the judge broguht
forth vociterous applause.
Mr. Price was successful in securing
five first premiums and two seconds in
the pony rings while the Barbee Stuck
Farm of Millerhburg, was second with
one blue and two red ties.
The fancy turnout driven hy chil
dren twelve years old and under
brought out three entries, and in which
MisB Lucille Caywood, the pretty lit
ttle daughter of Mr. an d Mrs. H. S.
Cawyood, of JNorth Middletown, re
ceived the first award while John M.
Stuart, of Paris, was awarded the sec
Hazel Dawn, owned by Matlack &
Shropshire, of Winchester, Princess
V., the proDerty of Allie Jones, of
North Middletown, and Golden Girl
exhibited by J. R. Fagan. of Brooks-
vilje, met in the fancy harness horsel
ring wnicn resuuea jn a victory ior cne
mare of Mr. Fagan while the ClarK
county entry captured the second rib
bon. Mr. Jones was unplaced with his
fine show mare.
The New York saddle horse ring
went to Matlack & Shropshire on their
fineshow mare. June Bride, while Cay
wood & Hamilton of North Middle
town, captured the second premium.
Only three horses were exhibited in
this class, the third being Ada B., the
property of Collins & Redmon, ot
Allie Jones captured the first pre
mium on the roadster stallion with
Richelieu King, with Collins & Ked
mon a close second with King Edward.
The colt show, with its three-way
premium, .brought out a dozen entries
and after fullv a half an hours delib
ration the blue ribbon was tied on the
prize show colt cf Plummer & Mc
Clure, of Paris, while second honors
went to Allie Jones of N orth Middle-
town, and third to R. E. Goddard, of
Harrodsburg. Following are the
SHORTHORN, OR BEEF CATTLE.
Bull, 1 year old and under 2, (1 entry)
Felix Renick, Winchester.
Bull, under 1 year, (1 entry) Felix
Best Heifer, 2 years old and nnder 3,
Felix Renick, Winchester.
Best Heifer, 1 year old and under 2,
Felix Renick, first and second.
Best Heifer calf, under one year,
Felix Renick, first and second.
Best mare or gelding, any age, in
harness, L. C. Price, Lexington, first;
Frank Collins, North Middletown,
Best stallion, any age, in harness,
L. C. Price, Lexington, first; Barbee
Stock Farm, Millersburg:, second.
Best pony, 3 year old and under' four,
Barbee Stock Farm, Millersburg,
first; Johnson Bros., Muir, second.
Pony, 2 years old and under 3. Henry
Caywood, North Middletown, first;
Barbee Stock Farm, second.
Pony, 1 year old and under 2, L. C.
Price, Lexington, first and second.
Pony under one year, L. C. Price,
Lexington, first and second.
Fancy turnout, Xucile Caywood,
first; John M. Stuart, second.
Brooded Pony, L. C. Price, Lexing
ton, first; Frank Collins, North Middle
Saddle Pony, 4 years old and under,
Stoddard Young, first; Harriett
Fancy Harness Horses J. K.
Fagan, Brooksville, first; Matlack
& Shropshire, Winchester, second.
New York saddle horse mare or
gelding, Matlack & Shropshire, first;
Caywood & Hamilton, second. '
Roadster Stallion, any age, Allie
Jones, first; Collins and Redmon,
Best colt, either sex, under 1 year,
Plummer & McClure, first; Allie Jones,
second; R. E. Goddard, Harrodsburg,
LONG WOOL SHEEP.
Buck, 2 years old and over, E. M.
Shrout, Georgetown, first.
Buck, 1 year old and over 2 J. L.
Hoffman, Muir, Ky.
LOCALS WON YESTERDAY.
Applegate Equals Worlds Record
in Strike-outs Paris
Player is Hurt.
The 1912 season of the Blue Grass
Leagnewill come to a close today with
Paris at Mt. Sterling, Lexington at
Mavsville and Frankfort at Rich
mond. Frankfort a few days ago
clinched its claim on the pennant
while Mavsville easily finished in sec
ond place. During the past two weeks
Paris, Lexington- and Richmond have
been battling for third place, and
Richmond now has that position firmly
in her grasp with Lexington tourth and
Paris fifth. The Orphans occupy the
Yesterday afternoon Paris met the
Orphans and won by a score of eight
to five. Applegate was on the rubber
for Paris and was very effective. He
alllowed but nine hits, and struck out
twenty men. equaing the word's rec
ord in this aespecc, and did not give a
base on ball.
ElmerL ocke, shortstop for Paris,
was struck in the head by a pitched
ball and was rendered uncoonscious
from the blow. He was removed to a
hotel where he was revived and while
his injury is very painful it is not
thought to be serious.
8 Following thej game this afternoon
the members of the Paris team will re
turn to Paris and tomorrow the ma
jority of them will go to their homes.
Manager Harrell will remain in Paris
for two weeks before going to his
home in Pittsburg.
Ladies Serve Delightful Dinner.
The ladies of the Christian church
served a delightful dinner at the open
ing of th fair and had a total of six-'
ty-three paid admissions to the dining
room, which together with a number
of invited guests, including the di
rectors and officers of the fairbrought
the number almost tu one hundred.
All who enjoyed the repast highlj
praised the efforts of the ladies. Fol
lowing is the menu for Thursday :
Chicken Pie Old Ham
Corn and,Beans Sweet Potatoes
Escalloped Potatoes Tomato Salad
SlicedTomatoes Cottage Cheese
Ice Cream Cake Coffee
Special Prices On Rugs.
We offer the following special prices
on rugs this week:
Special 9x12 Axmmister rugs only
Special 9x12 Brussell rugs only
These are certainly bargains.
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Buck, under 1 year 0. B. Lloj'd,
Ewes, 2 years and over 0. B. Lloyd,
Ewe, 1 year and under 2 -J. L.
Hoffman, Muir, first.
Ewe, under 1 year, 0. B. Lloyd,
first, second and third.
Pair lambs, buck and ewe O. B.
Buck, 2 years old and over E. JM.
Schraute, Georgetown, first and sec
ond. Buck, 1 year and under 2 E. E.
Buck, under 1 year old -Thompson
& Haley, Paris.
Ewe, two years old and over E. E.
Ewe, 1 year and under two E. M.
Ewe, under 1 year E M. Schraute,
Pure Lambs, buck and ewe E. M.
Long-wool buck, E. M. Shraute,
Long Ewe 0. B. Lloyd, first.
Down buck E. M. Schraute, first.
Best Down Ewe E. M. Schraute,
Sweepstakes For Beef Breed of Cattle
Bull 2 years and over.
.Bull, under 2 years old.
Cow, 2 years old and over.
Cow under 2 years old.
Consisting of one bull 2 years old and
over, and heifer 2 years old and under 3,
one heifer 1 year old 'and under 2, and
one heifer under 1 year old.
Breeders' Young Herd
Consisting of one bull under 2 years
old, two heifers 1 year old and under 2
years old, and to heifers under 1 year
old, all except the bull to be bred by the
Four Calves, get of one bull.
Two Calves, produce of one cow.
Steer, 2 j'ears old and under 3.
Steer, 1 year old and under 2f"
Butcher Steer. '
Fine Harness Horses
Stallion, 4 j'ears old and over.
Stallion, 3 years old and under 4. .
Stallion, 2 years old and under 3.
Stallion, 1 years old and under 2.
Stallion Colt, under 1 year old.
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