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AFTER THE FAIR.
(Continued from Page 1) Landscape in water color, Mrs. Mary II. Middletou, Clarksville. Spccin en burnt wood, Mrs. E. S. Kinsey. Cliitn plate hand painted, Mrs. Claude Henderson. Ten sketching, .Mis I'ernadette O 'Daniel. Sneeinien drawing, Mrs. Dora Haliock. Maj '.f Monroe pruinty by boy or gvl iiider 1G yrs, Irl Garner. Oil p tinting flowers, Mary Mid dleton. Display hand painted china, MiM. .':i'ius .laekson. I'eaches, cling, M. R. Collins. ''caches, five, M. K. Collins. Vari'-ty plums, Mrs. Henry Lear I'cek onions, M. IJ. Collins. Beets, Mackey Sec. Parsnips, M. R. Collins. Tomatoes, M. R. Collins. Celei-y, Mackey See. Hu. timothy seed, Chas. King. Variety corn, M. R. Collins. I'.u. rye, Grain. liu. wheat, Hiram Sparks. 2 ears white corn, Mrs. W. It. Maddox. j Tal'est stalk 1011 corn, Chas.' Hicks. i V2 cars 1!M4 corn. Jno. Tully. j Waternu Ion, D. E. Sumner. I R srbcrry pres, Mackey See. ! ', wi pivs, Mis. J. J. Padgett, She'lri.a. Strawberry preserves, Mrs. T. M. l'Vvdware. Pear pres, Mrs. T. L. Burditt. Clierry pres.. Mrs. D. U. Davis. Plum pres, Mrs. J. J. Padgett. Tonnto pres, Mrs J. J. Padgett B'ackberry pres, May Lear. -Apple pres, Mrs. T. L. Burditt Damson p:es, Mrs J J Padgett Watermelon rind pres, Mrs. II. I. Lear. Apples. M s T. L. Burditt Toviatoes. Clara Wadsworth. D.;;:isons. OT'ra Wadsworth. I'!' ms, Mrs. J. J. Padgett. . Raspberries, Mrs. T. L. Burditt B! ckberries, Mrs. Henry Lear. . P.-rs, Miss Stella Burditt. Peaches, Mrs. J. J. Padget Strawberries, Mrs. T. L Bur ditt. Oooseberrics, Mrs. Jag. Smith. Cherries, Clara Wadsworth. 'ape jelly, Mackey See. Apple jelly, Mrs T L Burditt. Orrant jelly, Mrs . J. J. Pad gelt. Pear jelly, Mrs T L Burditt. Gooseberry jelly, Mackey See. Raspberry jelly, Mrs. Lambert Hagan. Strawberry jelly, Mrs. J. J. Padgettt. Crab jelly, Mackey See. Plum jelly, Mrs. E. 0. Ilallock B'ackberry jelly. Mackey See. Teach jelly, Mrs. II. B. Sparks Sweet pickles, Mrs. C. A. Law-son. ' School Books and School Supplies h FOR i Peach pickles, Mrs. C. A. Law son. Watermelon pickles, Mrs. Car ie Dimmitt. Cucumber pickles, Mrs. Carrie Cucumber pickles, Mrs. J. R. Umstattd. Tomato pickles, Mackey See. Chowehow pickles, Mrs. J. R. Umstattd. Mixed pickles, Mrs. D. R. Dav "iiport. Chili sauce, Mrs. T. L Burditt. Tomato catsup, Mrs. J. J. Pad gett. lilackberrv jam, Mav Lear. i Strawb 'y jam, Mrs. L L Hagan i R'spb'y jam. Mrs. C A Lawson 1 Ivum butter, Mrs. C. A. Mc Clintic. Damson butter, Mrs. R. L. Courtney. Pear butter, Mrs. J. J. Padgett Peach butter, May Lear. Apple butter, Mrs. Henry Lear Loaf bread, May Lear. Ginger bread, Clara Wadsworth Corn bread, Mrs. John Hicks. Wheat bread, hop yeast, Mrs. S. M. Sandifer. Anyel Food cake, Mrs. Elbert j Yates. Cocoanut cake. Mrs. Anna Lee. : Coffee c ike, Mrs. Henry Lear, i Wlrte cake, Mrs. Smith Fowler j Sponge cake, Mrs. R. L. Court -j n ey. j Orange cake, Mrs. T. M. Boul ' ware. J O enm cake, Mackc See. Fruit cake, Mrs. II. B. Sparks. P'.tato ciranie cake, Mrs. An na Lee. Pound cake, Mrs. Jas. Smith. Lemon cake, Mackey See. Chocobitp cake, Mrs. Roy Buell Prince of Wales cake, Mrs. T. M. Mimlware. Fig cake, Mrs. T. L. Burditt. Caramel cake, Mrs. T. M. Boul ware. Devil's food cake, Dora Pat terson. Rusk, May Lear. Doughnuts, Mrs. R L Courtney This tells how the races result ed: Tuesday 2:25 trot, purse. $400: David Look 1 Early Berry 2 Alice Bingen 3 Mrs. Johnson 4 Time 2:2114, 2:19, 2 11 2 2 3 13 2 dis 2:24, Half mile dash, purse, $100 Beaverstein, first; Wild Lady, second; Katy Street, third. Time :51. Thursday 2 :17 pace, purse $400 : B. M 2 1 1 1 Russell Boy 1 3 3 2 Tony Boy 4 4 4 dis Inez Robertson 3 2 2 3 Time 2:10, 2:13y2, 2:1114. 2:20 trot, purse $400: $ Dr. Armstrong 2 3 3 onroe, Marion and Sweetwood - 3 2 2 Eliza Bell 1 1 1 Time 2:17 , 2:15, 2:17. Two-year-old pace, purse $150: Mary Saville 3 2 3 Dismnkes 1 3 2 Veance ' 2 1 1 Time 1 :07, 1 :07 , 1 :06. Running, i. mile dash, purse $100 Beaverstein first, Wild Lady second, Katy Street third. Dixie Hale made a new record tV" the Monroe City track Friday, p icing the mile in 2:07. The st previous time was 2:08, made by Kewanee Riley in Aug ust, 1010. Summary: 2:11 p.ice, purse $450: Dixie Hale 1 1 Symbol Meat he 2 2 Prince Verton 3 3 Black Squaw 4 4 Time 2:07, 2:09i2, 2:09. 2:25 pace, purse $400: Lillian T 1 1 Paul S 2 2 Dan Gentry 4 3 Maggie Direct 3 4 Time 2:13, 2:14, 2:13i2. 2:17 trot, purse $450: Counts 1 1 1 Edna H 2 2 3 Dr. Armstrong 3 3 2 Time 2:16, 2:18, 2:16. Running, four and one-half furlongs, purse $100 Wild Lady, first; Beaverstein, second, Katie Street, third. Time, :55. Three quarter mile dash, purse $100 Gold Dust first; Al Fair s-cond; Elodia B., third. Belle Johnson Studio will (rive Special Rates on Cabinet Photos of Children Under Thre Years of Age Chautauqua Week Only 1 doz. $5.00, Cabinets $3.50 Come Early! Mrs. M. J. Johnston and Miss Josephine Waller, of Hannibal vis ited their brother, W. H. Waller and wife part of the week. Miss Waller and Mrs. W. H. Waller visited in Palmyra Friday. Mrs. H. A. Jenkins and son, Dean of Quincy returned home Saturday after a short visit with her parents J. H Finks and wife. Mrs. S. H. Baynum and son. Will and daughter, Miss Ethel are spend-1 ing the week in Shelbina I Philip Treaster and family, of Hannibal returned home after spend ing two weeks herewith relatives. Don't knock against your town or community. Get a horn and go to boosting. 0 pawing rnarma Monroe's Quality Druggists Entertainment For Everybody. People have a thousand and one ways of amusing themselves in the summer time, but as winter ap proaches, with its long evenings everybody reads more or less. 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Ralls Countie D 1ALFALFA FARM SALE REGARDLESS Of VALUE ON EASY TERMS The Lubbock Irrigation Company's 65 Farms j Will Be Disposed of Oct. gg to 31,1914 Sixty-three Will Be Sold and Two o( U Arnc Fish In Hirfh Ctatn ni fnftluitlnn MUU LUl.ll, III , OIULC Ul VUHITUUUIIf M Alfalfa and Other (roos. Will Be Given .V to All the Purchasers Together With the Water Plant and All Improvements GO NOW AND MAKE YOUR SELECTlOff Your railroad fare for trip now and trip on October 22nd to 31st will be refunded when deal is closed with you. Your railroad agent can tell you how to reach Lubbock, Lub bock County, Texas, on the Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe Railroad. For particulars write, S. P. BRUNDAGE, ' 813 Gloyd Building, Kansas City, Mo. j When attending the fair Friday ( Dr. Dobson of Hunnewell was strick en with paralysis. He was taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs Orville Wilson until the following. day when he was taken to hi? home S He is getting along exceptionally well considering his age. He was 68 years of age the 10th of last April. Misses Opal Gwynn and Rebecca Parker returned to Shelbyville yes terday after a pleasant visit with Mrs L Lane and Mrs. Chas. Pier ceall. Miss Rose Bly, of Philadelphia who has been visiting Misses Clara and Mary Wadsworth returned home yesterday. Senator R. S. McCIintic has been in Jefferson City the past week at tending the Democratic conven tion. Mrs. Emmaline Barnes, of Bush nell, 111., who is visiting her son, W D. Barnes went to Shelbina yester day for a short visit. Steve Seward and wife are spend ing a few days with relatives in Shelbina. Mrs. N. D. Owen and children of Carroll are guests of her brother M. D. Boucher and wife. Alonzo Berry returned home Tuesday from a visit with Henry Erb and wife in Miller, S. Dak. Miss Cora Carrico is spending a few days with relatives in Lake nan. Gibson Longsdale, of Kansas City is visiting James Elzea and wife. cy