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3 'TVT? ViqJ ill (t1! ! L -ll 1' u TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22. 1903. PRICE: FIVE CENTS The Dispatch. Entered at the Columbus postofflee for trans mission through the malls as second-class matter MKS. J. C. MAER... Proprietor. Third Annual Fair Ended. The third annual fair of the Mississippi and West Alabama Fair Association closed last Fri day afternoon after lasting four days. Success rewarded the un tiring efforts and energies of those who worked so unfaulter" ingly for such a consummation, and the fair this season goes down in history as one of the best ever held. The attendance was large, the exhibits com pre hensive and complete, the en tertainment excellent and judged from every standpoint the un dertaking of the association was satisfactory and successful. The last day of racing was held on Thursday "afternoon. The knowledge that it was the last day of the season and that the handsome piano offered by the association as a premium would be awarded, attracted a tremen dous crowd. At the conclusion of the race program which is pre sented below, the piano was d ra wn for. Pretty little Myriam Sykes was selected to make the draw? ingand blindfolded she drew the number which won the instru ment. It was held by John Kyle, a colored man, who was made jubilant by the thought of his good fortune. The race program for the evening was as follows and many of the events were close and exciting to the finish: First Kace, trot or pace, 3 years old, two la three; ' Dr. Fox " Davenport, 1st; "Sampson," Oliver. 2nd; "Eric." Garth. 3rd; "Septmetlah." Peacber, 4th. Time, 2:52 and 2:59 Second Race, running, five f urlonjrs, "Manq pa,'' Tom Graham, 1st; "Denial," Tailor, 2nd; "amont,'' Billy Fool, 3rd. Time, 1:08. Third Race, 2:20 class, trot or pace, two in three, "Will Knott," Jackson, 1st; "George M-" Wynn, 2nd; "Tip," B. Towns. 3rd; "Har:y," Morton, 4th. Time, 2:28. Fourth Hace, running, six furlongs, "Grena da," Ixmgstreet, 1st; "Denial," Jack Watson, nd; "Lament," IJollinasworth. 3rd; "Queen Fries.' Davis, 4th; "Rerne," Qreen, 5th. Time. 1:21. The Dispatch would like to note at length some of the ex hibits at the fair. Nearly every department had creditable dis plays and they attracted the at tention of all ivho attended. The showing made by the College, the industrial and normal arts gqcj th Q18 3rt departments, waai especially fine as showing (he work of this institution. Misses Pennell and Joyce, the accomplished teachers of art at the College, arranged this dis play and it was admirably done, evincing! an interest, not only in their students' work, but in the good name of the institution which they represented as well as the success of the fair. The cattle and horse department, the poultry, sheep and swine depart ments were full and were the objects of inspection and admi ration from the thousands who were in attendance. The foot Leather Furniture, We are headquarters and handle the largest line in this market. During the past week we .almost sold out to customers attracted by our... Handsome Designs and ow-Prices. v Let us fit up your Libra ry, Sitting Room, Hall, Par lor or Dining Room with this modern luxury. LOE h McGOWAN, - ...ALso-FINE- UNDERTAKING. ball game on Frid'ay afternoon brought to an end the fall under taking. The following is a list of the awards in the various depart ments: CATTLE DEPARTMENT. V. S. Turner, Superintendent; It. li. Hardy, Special Director. MILK BREEDS JERSEYS. Bull, any age, Mrs. F. M. Leigh. Cow, two years old and over, Mrs F.M. Leigh. Herd, bull and three cows or heifers over one year old, Mrs. F. M. Leigh. BEEF BREEDS SHORTHORNS. Bull, any age, W. G. Evans, 1st; U B. Hardy, 2nd. Cow, two years old or over, R. B. Hardy 1st; W. G. Evans, 2nd. Herd, bull and three cows and heif ers over one year old, R. B. Hardy, lstt W. G. Evans, 2nd. RED POLLED. Bull, any age, W. S. Turner. Cow, two years old or over, W. S Turner. Herd, bull and three cows or heifers over one year old, W. S. Turner. HEREFORDS. Bull, any age, Jas. A. "Yatsoni sti C. W. Evans, 2nd. DEVONS. Bull, any age, T. W. Hardy. Cow, two years old or over, T. W. Hardy. Herd, bull and three cows or heifers over one year old, T. W. Hardy. FAT CATTLE,. Fat steer, any age, Z. T. Halbert, 1st; Z. T. Halbert, Jr., 2nd. MISCELLANEOUS. Best yoke oxen, three years old or over, C. W. Evans, 1st; Z. T. Hal- bers, 2nd. Best bull, beef breed, any age, W. S. Turner, 1st; V. G. Evans, 2nd. Best milk cow, any breed, judged by points, Mrs. F. M. Leigh, 1st; L. L. Williford, 2nd. SWEEPSTAKES. Best herd registered beef cattle, bull and three cows or heifers over one year old, R. B. Hardy, 1st; W. S- Turner, 2nd. Best herd grade cattle, bull and three cows, or heifers over one year old, C. W. Evans 1st; Mrs. L. L. Williford, 2nd. JACKS, JENNETS AND MUIES,. J. Q. Poindester, SupeJintendent; T. W. Hardy, Special Director. JACKS. Best Jack, any age, (open to the world, ) John Oliver, 1st; W. F. Coop er, 2nd. - JENNETS. Best Jennet, any age, H. J. Dashiell. MULES. Best mule colt one year old and un der two, T. W. Hardy, lest mule tmj years old and under three, T. W. Hardy. Best bunch of three mules or more by side of dam, T. W. Hardy, Best Mississippi or Alabama raised mule, any age, W. N. Hutchinson, 1st; T. W. Hardy, 2nd. Best pair mules (open to the world) Sherrod & Hutsell, 1st and 2nd. SHEEP AND SWINE. C.-W. West, Superintendent; T. R. Evans, Special Director. COTSWOLDS. Best flock, buck and two ewes, W. F. Barksdale. BUCKS. Best buck, any breed, W. F. Barks- dale. POLAND CHINA. Best boar, one year old or over, L. H. B. Stevens, 1st; Harrison Harris, 2nd. SWEEPSTAKES. Best boar, any breed, any age, L. H. B. Stevens, 1st; Harrison Harris, 2nd. - POULTRY. W. D. Reeves, Superintendent; J. W. Cooper, Special Director. Best pair Brahmas, any variety, W. A. McCowan. x Best pair Cochins, any variety, J. A. Jordan, 1st; W. R, Moody, 2nd. Best pair Hamburgs, any variety, L W. Payne. Best pair Pit Games, G. C. Franks, 1st; Arthur Silberburg, 2nd. Best gair Indian Games, W. A. McCowan, 1st; J. W. Egger, 2nd. Best pair White Leghorns, Gid D. Harris, 1st and 2nd. Best pair Brown Leghorrts, J, B. Love, 1st and 2nd, Best pair Buff Leghorns, O, P, Brown, 1st and 2nd. Best pair Barred Plymouth Rocks, L. H. B. Stevens, 1st; C. O. Shackel ford, 2nd. Best pair White Plymouth Rocks, L. W. Payne. Best pair Silver Laced Wyandottes L. W. Payne, 1st; W. It. Moody, 2nd. Best pair Langshans, L. W. Payne. Best pair Bantams, Bentley Mustin. ' Best pair Turkeys, W. A. McCcw- an, 1st; L W. Payne, 2nd. Best pair Ducks, any variety, W. A. McCowan, 1st; A. J. Fuqua, 2nd Best pair Geese, any variety, C. L Gaston. Best Pigeons, any variety, W. S Mustin, Largest and besf display of Poultry raised and owned by one exhibitor, L. W. Payne, 1st; W. R. Moody, 2nd. HAY, GRAIN AND SEED. O. R. Griffin, Superintendent; J. W. Lipscomb, Special Director. Best Oats, rust proof, half bushel, L. W. Payne, 1st; Z. T. Halbert, 2nd. " Best bushel home raised Corn, any variety, C. B. Hardy, 1st; W. S. Mus tin, 2nd. Best Corn in ear. any variety, twen ty-five ears, C. B. Hardy, 1st; B. F. Barksdale, 2nd. Best Johnson Grass Hay, baled, Ben McDonald, 1st; W. S. Turnery 2nd. Best Alfalfa Hay, baled, W. S. Turner. Best digplay of different varieties of grasses, fqr gracing and hay making, C. B. Hardy. Best display of farm products, rais ed and exhibited by producer, L. W. Payne, 1st; Z. T. Halbert, 2nd. Best home cured ham, W. F. Barks dale, 1st; Harrisqn. Harris, 2nd, AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE. J. D. Burgin, Superintendent; Joe Peacher, Special Director. Best half bushel Irish Potatoes, L. W. Payne, 1st; Z. T. Halbert, 2nd. Best one bushel Sweet Potatoes, any variety, Z. T. Halbert, 1st; L. W. Payne, 2nd. Best half bushel Turnips, any varie ty, Z. T. Halbert. Best display of Carrots and Pars nips, each variety, L W. Payne, 1st; Dr. L. C. Harvey, 2nd. Best peck home grown onions, any variety, W. L. Davis, Best peel? Peanuts, any variety, Z. T. Halbert, 1st; W, F. Barksdale, 2nd, Best display of Popcorn, L, C, Harvey, Jr., 1st; Jas, A, Watson, 2nd. Best display of Beets, Dr. L. C. Harvey, 1st; L. W. Payne, 2nd. Best display of Pumpkins, three or more, W. S. Mustin, 1st; Z. T. Hal bert, 2nd. Best display of Kershaws, three or more, Z.. T. Halbert, 1st; L. vv. Payne, 2nd. Twelve stalks best sugar cane, Dr. Uithoven. Half gallon best home made Louis iana Molasses, Jas. A. Watson. Half gallon best Sorghum Molasses, W. A. McCowan, 1st; Thad Morris, 2nd. Half do?en hest heads of Cabbage, W. L Davis. Fresh garden vegetables, not less than five varieties, grown by exhibi tor, L, W. Payne, 1st; Z. T. Halbert, 2nd. FRUITS. Plate of Apples, any variety, grown by exhibitor, Mrs. Z. T. Halbert, 1st; L. W. Payne, 2nd. Plate of Peaches, grown by exhibi tor, J. D. Burgin. Half bushel best Pears, Morris Wat son, 1st; L. W. Payne, 2nd. Sweet Potatoes, any variety, from one-fourth of an acre or more; satis faction to be given superintendent of this department as to yield, Jas. A. Watson, 1st, 200 bushels per acre; W. L. Davis, 2nd, 175 bushels per aero. HORSES. Harry J. Dashiell. Superintendent; Dr. John Oliver. Special Director. SADDLE CLASS. Stallion, four years old and over. W. A. Love, 1st: J. T. McClure, 2nd. Brood mare, with colt at her side, H. J. Da shiell. 1st; F. M. Sharp, 2nd. : Horse, mare or gelding', three years old and under four. P. Peacher. 1st; S. F. Potts. 2nd. Horse, mare or gelding.- two years old and under three. W. L, Cook, 1st; G. D. McKellar. 2nd. - Horse, mare or gelding, one year old and un der two, John Oliver, 1st and 2nd. Colt, under one year, F. M. Sharp, 1st; Hi J. DashleO, 2nd. HORSES FOR LIGHT HARNESS. Stallion, four years old and over, Ben Ran dle. 1st; Willis Garth. 2nd. Brood mare, with colt at her side, H. J. Da shiell, 1st arul 2nd. Horse, mare or gelding, three years old and under four, J. Q. Poindexter, 1st; Harry Rob erts, 2nd. Horse, mare or gelding, two years old and under three, J. Q. Poindexter, 1st; WillLi Qarth. 2nd. Horse, mare or gelding, one year old and un der two, J. W. Belsher, 1st: John Oliver, 2nd. Colt, under one year. H. J. Dashiell, 1st and End. STALLIONS. Best stallion, any breed, "with four or more of his colts. Prairie Bell, Oliver, 1st; Bernley, Ferguson, 2nd. ARRIVING OAlLYwie-' MY RALL AND WINTER GOODS. My stock in every line will soon be complete and ready for the FALL BUSINESS, HOLIDAY BUSINESS; WEDDING LINE AND COLLEGE GIRLS. NO SHODDY GOODS f3rs.ARJ3.JOBE. LIGHT DOUBLE TEAM GENTLEMEN. Best light harness double team, shown and owned by driver, Chas. R. Harton. 1st ; J. Q. Poindexter, nd. , BOY RIDING. Best boy rider between 10 and 13 years old. Cornell Franklin, 1st; Walker Watson, 2nd. CULINARY. Mesdames. S. Sells, E. S. Moore and J. 1. Sturdivant, Superintendents, BREAD AND CAKES. Best loaf of Bread. Mrs. W. S. 'Mustin. 'Best Fruit Cake. Mrs. W. S. Mustin, 1st; Mrs. E. C. Chapman, 2nd. - Beit Light Rolls, Mrs. Trost, 1st; Miss Ui thoven, 2nd. BUTTER, PRESERVES. PICKLES, ETC. Best article of Home Worked Butter, not less than three pounds, Mrs. F. M.-3Lel?h. 1st: Mrs. Z. T. Halbert. 2nd. Best article of Worked Creamery Butter, not less than three pounds, J. F. Burchueld. 1st; Mrs. F. M. Leigh. 2nd. Ect txticl W uoaei in Comb. Mias Ander son, 1st; Mrs. F. M. Leigh. 2nd. Best jar of Peach Preserves, Mrs. H. P. Fun derburk, 1st; Mrs. F. M. Leigh. 2nd, ,Best jar Citron Preserves. Mrs. W. S. Mus tin, 1st and 2nd. Best jar of fig preserves. Mrs. W. S. Mustin. Best jar of Strawberry Preserves, Mrs. W. S. Mustin. Best jar of Blackberry Jam, Mrs. W. T. Browning. Best glass of Apple Jelly, Mrs. L. W. Payne. Best glass of Peach Jelly, Miss Uithoven. Best glass of Grape Jelly, Mrs. L. W. Payne. Best glass of Raspberry Jelly, Miss Uithoven. Best glass of Wild Plum Jelly. Mrs. L. W. Payne, ls: Miss Alice Wilkins. 2nd. Best jar of Sour Pickles, Cucumber, Miss Uithoven. - Best jar of Sour Pickles, mixed, Mrs. L. W, Payne, .- ' Best jar of Sweet Pickles, Peach, Mrs. I W. Payne. , " lies jar of Sweet Piwkies. mixed. Mrs. H. P. Funderburk. Best pint of Vinegar, home made. Mrs. L. W.Payne. 1st; W. A. McCowan. 2nd. Best display of Catsup, Mrs. W. S. Mustin. Best display of Preserves, Mrs. L. W. Payne. Best display of Jellies, Mrs. L. W. Payne. CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Best can of Apples, Mrs. W. S. Mustin, 1st: Mrs. L W. Payne, 2nd. Best can of Peaches, Mrs. W. S. Mustin. Best can of Pears, Mrs. W. S. Mustin, 1st; Mrs. H. P. Funderburk, 2nd, Best can of Plums, Mrs. L. W. Payne. 1st: Mrs. W. S. Mustin, 2nd. Best caa of Blackberries. Mrs, W. T. Brown ing. 1st ; L. W. Payne. 2nd. Best can of Dewberries, Mrs. W. S. Mustin. Best can of Grapes, Mrs. W. S. Mustin. 1st; Mrs. IL P. Funderburk, 2nd. Best can of Corn. Mrs. W. S. Mustin. Best can of Tomatoes. Mrs, Z. T. Halbert, 1st; Mrs. T. J. Locke, 2nd. Best can of Peas. Mrs. L. VV. Payne. 1st: Mrs. W. S. Mustin. 2nd. Best can of Okra. Mrs. L. W. Paye, lst; Mrs. W. S. Mustin. 2nd. Best display in this class. Mrs. L. W. Payne. WOMAN'S WORK. Best Landscape or Flowers m OH. Mrs. E- D. Ervin. lst; Mrs. W. T. Browning, 2nd. Best Figure Painting in Oil. Mrs. W. T. Browning. Best Pen or Ink Cartoon. Miss Florence Solomon. Best Painting on China or Porcelain. Mrs. W. P. Craddock. Best Specimen Charcoal Drawing, Mrs. E. C. Chapman. ' Best Drawing with Pencil, any desgn, Mrs. E. D. Ervin. ' Best Picture Frame design. Miss Addle Er vin. - ZEPHYR WORK. ETC. Best Sofa Cushion, any design, Mrs. Hattie Nickles, lst; Mrs. T. W. Hardy. 2nd. . Best Toilet Set. any design. Miss Anderson. Best Crocheted Table Set. any design. Mrs. J. A. Jordan, 1st and 2nd. . Best Lamp Mat, any design. Miss Anderson. Best specimen Crocheted Lace, not less than two yards, Mrs. W. B. Williams. Best specimen Knitted Lace, not less than two yards. Mrs. W. A. McCowan, 1st: Miss Fannie Wilkins, 2nd. Best Silk Bed Quilt. Mrs. IL L. Williams, 1st ; Miss Delia Weaver. 2nd. Best Cotton Bed Quilt. Mrs. Eliza Stinson, 1st: Mrs. J. B. Love. 2nd. Best Woolen Bed Quilt. Miss Delia Weaver, lst; Mrs. S. R. G art man, 2nd. Best pair Pillow Shams,'any design, Mrs. ReHeres Instantly, Prickly Heat, Insect Bites and Stings. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. Sold only la 35c, SDc $1.00 Bottle. For Sale by MAYO & WEAVER. Kemp, lst : Bertis McCrary. 2nd. Best pair Knitted or Crocheted Bed Spread Mrs. T. C. Jernigin, lst: Mrs. R. A. Mann. 2nd. EMBROIDERY. ETC. Best specimen Colored Embroider- on TJnpn Miss Ada Tittle, ist; Mrs. II. M. TeasdalelSid. Best Hemstitched Handkrchief. Mrs. Alice WQkins lst: Mrs. Gibson 2nd. Best specimen Honlton Lace Work, Miss Ida Silberburg. lst; Mrs. Q, F. Brown. 2nd. Best specimen BattMburg Lace Work. Mi Florence Solomon. 1st: Mrs. J. M. Selig. 2nd. Best Specimen Drawn Work. MLa Marv Weils. 1st; Mrs. Felix Chapman. 2nd. DOMESTIC SEWINC. ETC. Best Rug or Rag Carpet. Miss Anderson. WORK BY GIRLS UNDER 13 YEARS. "Best Specimen Plain Sewmtr. hand. Mias Lucile Symona. Best Specimen of Machine Work. Miss Tot Washington, lstj Miss Mary Uithoven. 2nd. Best Sofa Cushion any desiirn. Miss Marv UithQven lst: Addle Crftz, 2nd. Best Battenburg, Miss Gladys HIrshman. Best Embroidered Table Cover. Mrs Price. lst: Mrs. M. J. Nelson. 2nd. Best Twisted Embroiderr. Miss Bessie Tucker lst; Mrs. C. W. Buffilngton, 2nd Mount Melleck. Mrs. Felix Chapman lst. Mrs. . D. Morgan, 2nd. Embroidery, Ollie May Keaton. FLORAL EXHIBIT. . Best oileetion of ferns,Mrs. J.M.MeQuown, lst; Mr W. T. Browning 2nd- SWEEPSTAKES. Best display of Cut Flowers, Miss Selma Silberburg. MISCELLANEOUS. Best Collection of Shells, Corals and Petri fied Wood Correctly Labered.C. O. Shackle ford. Best ProduoUon MapTShowlng Products, of Mississippi and West Alabama, Newton Gunter, lst ; Wm. Lindamood. 2nd. Best Specimen of Penmanship by any one over fifteen years old, Mrs. J. T. Champneys, Best Collection Zoological Specimens. Wil lie Schwab. 1st: Harris Cr ad dock. 2nd. Best Artlole for Use or Ornamental Manu facture from Corn Shucks, Miss Fa.nnie Cady. Best Specimen Kindergarten Work. Miss Mary Ida Sherman, lst: George Sherman, 2nd. PHOTOGRAPH Y. Best Specimen Amateur Photographic Work, Will Carter. Best Water Colors, Lenore? Hardy 1st; Lenore Gunter, 2nd. Best View of Academy, T. C. Billupg. Best Out of Door Drawing Vi Newby. Best Figure from!LIfe. Gladys HIrshman, lst; Ray Adams, 2nd. FRANKLIN ACADEMY EXHIBIT. Best Zoological Drawing. Ray Adams, lst; Fannie May Taylor. 2nd. (Jees Rigfrt to the Spot" When pain br irritation exists on any part of the body, the application of Ballard's Snow Linement will give prompt relief. It goes rignt to the spot, ' said an old man who was rub bing it in to cure his rheumatism. C. K. Smith, proprietor bmlth House, Tenaha, Texas, writes: "I have ussd Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family for several years, and have found it to be a fine remedy, for all aches and pains, and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest." 25c, 50c and $1.00 at Curry & Caine's. The Insurance Situation. Eight special agents represent ing various insurance companies visited this city last Thursday and spent several hours in con ference with their local repre sentatives. The immediate cause of their coming together was for he purpose of harmonizing the oeal situation and stopping the rate cutting and departures from tariff rates on the part of their agents. The result of their con- erence it seems is not exactly satisfactory and we may hear more of the specials. The people of Columbus are familiar with the situation. Last year in June Mr. T. K. Norton, representing the National Fire Insurance Company visited this city and proceeded to re-rate it or his company, which was really a basis for the charges of all companies. Some of the local representatives recognizing the fact that there was no cause for his advance, refused to abide by the new tariff and in instances where" the old rate was lower, ad hered to it: This caused friction between the agents and it has demoralized the business from ARE YOU SORE? USE 11 - or Money Refunded. At all good Druggist. the trust basis and given the in surers the benefit of it. The meeting last Friday was to rem edy this matter. Just why the com panies should increase the rates here is one of the inexplicable mysteries of the times for every assurance was held out to the people of this city that if the water system was im proved and if a paid fire depart ment was installed the rates would be reduced. In the face of these improvements rates have gone higher and or-causo in cer tain instances local underwriters have refused to apply the new tariff it called for a conference over the situation. The old rates, it is understood, will continue and we may expect rate cutting in the future. Do You Wan! to Yawn? Feel cold shiverings, aching in the bones, lack of energy, headache and great depression? These symptoms may be followed by violent headache, high fever, extreme nervousness, a eojdition known as malaria. Herbine cures it. Take it before the disease gets a fair hold, though it will work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins, of Manchester, Kan., writes: "I have used your great medicine, for several years. There is nothing better for malaria, chills and fever, headache, billiousness, and for a blood-purifying tonic, there is nothing as good." 50c at Curry & Caine?s. Death of Dr. C. L. Kirksey. Dr. C. Li. Kirksey, for a number of years a well known physician, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henrietta Sessums in this city Friday morning after a long illness with Bright's disease. Dr. Kirksey had been a resident of the delta for some time when the dread disease from which he died attacked him. He came to Columbus to the home of his sis ter, where he died. He was fifty-seven years of age and be sides brothers and sisters leaves no immediate family. The body was taken to Sessumsville over the Mobile and Ohio yesterday, morning where the interment oc curred. k. .11 mm Bone Fains, Itching, Scabby Skin Diseases. Swellings, Carbuncles, 1'iinples, ScrofuI rermanently cured by taking Botanies Blood Balmt. J'ltasant and laj e to take. Thoroughly fated for SO year. 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(Signed ) UlsodUalat. Complete directions for home cure with each bottle. Sample f II. It. XI. Free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble, and special tree medical advice also sent in sealed envelope. For Sale by Curry, & Caire. "3 1 'Km t 1 li rail lit I 8BH M SI El a I