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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, JULY 21. !!. Treasure Taken From Germany PREMIUM LIST By CARL D. GROAT (United Press Staff Correspondent) BERLIN. (By Mail.) Switzer land and the Scandinavian countries at present house a vast treasure in German and Austrian securities. Their worth can only be guessed, but it is estimated that they run into many millions of dollars. These securities have been smug gled out of Austria and Germany against the time when their owners would have to help pay the German war indemnities. - Because of the movement of these valuable papers, the German government made strong .complaint in the course of the peace negotiations. It pointed out that a vast sum of money had gone out of the country, which, without the aid of the entente in recovering, prob ably could not be reached. The securities were taken out by wealthy men who desired to escape ( their sha e of the burdens arising from peace payments. In some cases, airplanes were used to take out great stores of securities. In other cases, directly after the armistice, it was possible' for the wealthy to pack up their tangible assets and move quiet ly into Switzerland or some other neutral country, where the securities were safely stowed away out 6f the reach of the German government. Only today there came news from Vienna of a considerable movement of Austrian and Hungarian paper out of the country. One estimate was that recently -$1,000,000,000 worth of notes and other securities had been smuggled out of the country with quite evident signs that the move ment had the same purpose behind it as the earlier German smuggling. The government is now seeing to it that no great sums of money or paper are allowed to slip through the boundaries unless for legitimate pur poses. Germany complains that her ability to meet foreign claims has been materially decreased by the acts of war-swollen profiteers and wealthy citizens who chose to take their wealth away rather than aid in re building Germany, wherein these big profits were made. Incidentally, Switzerland and the other neutral countries have made vast profits through the war; while the access of wealthy Germans with their fortunes make money flow free ly. Switzerland has been for some time the playground of Europe, owing to the closing of other resorts on ac count of the war. It is now neces sary to obtain special permits to enter the country for pleasure or business purposes. Greene County Fair and Festival September 24, 25 and 26, 1919 PROCEEDS FOR GREENE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY Yanks Won In This Contest (By United Press.) PARIS. (By Mail.) Just who won the war is still a live question of debate, but there is no argument as to which nation's warriors come off best in matrimonial contests ir France. The Yanks won. A typical example of how com pletely the American doughboys in France outclassed their British, Bel gian and other rivals is furnished by the marriage bureau of La Rochelle a small seaport down on the coast between Bordeaux and St. Nazaire. The Americans started with a se vere handicap. The other Allies had had three years and more to entice away the girls of La Rochelle before the doughboys had even learned to say "Bon jour." But the figures tell best the story of ultimate triumph. A total of 63 girls of the seaport town married for eign soldiers during the course of the war. Twenty-three of them were won by Americans. Belgium came in second best, carrying off nineteen brides. Other armies were represented in the following proportions: Italians, 6; English, 3; Swiss3; Russians, 3; Spanish, 2; Danes, 1; Poland, Greece, Cuba and Turkey each scored one. Throughout France the story of La Rochelle was repeated. RULES AND REGULATIONS. First Competition in exhibits open to Greene county, except when otherwise specified. Second All due care will be taken to prevent accident to person and property, but if any occur neither the General Committee nor any other body promoting the Fair will be responsible.. Third There shall be three judges for each class of exhibits and a majority shall decide to what exhibits the premium shall be awarded. Their decision shall be final. , Fourth No one shall act as a judge who is in any way interested in the animal or article on exhibition or if related to an exhibitor in that class. Fifth Objections to the judges must be filed with the Secretary in writing before 10 a. m., Wednesday, Sept. 24th, to enable the General Com mittee to pass upon the objections. Sixth-XAll stock, poultry and all other exhibits must be entered and on exhibition by 10 o'clock the morning of the first day of the Fair. Seventh The Fair building will open at 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Eighth The Secretary will receive entries and assign space for ten days preceding the first day of the Fair at his office in Greeneville. Ninth Admission will be 35 cents for single tickets; children 5 to 12 years, 15 cents. Return tickets will be issued. Tenth No premium shall be awarded when but one article is exhibited, unless such article shall possess special merit and be considered well worthy of premium by the judges. Eleventh Any person or persons exhibiting animals or articles, and who publicly express disapproval, in the arena or on grounds of the decision of the judges, or who by act of inference shall be guilty of conduct unbe coming an exhibitor, shall not be permitted to compete again for premiums at any Fair of this Association. Twelfth No person except the judges on duty and the officers of this Assaciation will be allowed inside the arena grounds while the exhibition or judging is in progress. Thirteenth Any objection to a judge must be made in writing to the Secretary, the objection to be fully stated and signed by the party making the objection. Fourteenth Any article or animal on exhibition which shall be taken from its proper place or the building before the Fair closes, without the written permission of the Chairman of that class will forfeit its competitive right to a premium. Fifteenth Floor space in the Fair building will be sold to merchants and manufacturers for the purpose of displaying and advertising their goods, but not for the purpose 6f selling any article whatever. Sixteenth A bureau of information, located in the Secretary s office, will be in charge of a competent person, to give desired information regard ing the Fair, etc. Exhibitors or other parties wishing to be found readily upon the Fair grounds, should leave information at this office. Seventeenth A conveniently located check room will be provided on the grounds where visitors may check lunch baskets and other articles at small cost. Eighteenth No lighted candles lamps, matches or fire of any descrip tion will be allowed in any stable, stall, pen or building on the grounds, and no smoking will be permitted in any stable, stalls or pens on the grounds. Nineteenth All officers of this Association will be designated by a badge worn on their coats. Twentieth All premiums awarded will be designated by ribbons of the following colors: First prize Blue Ribbon; Second Prize Red Ribbon. No entry fee charged except where especially noted. . ORGANIZATION The Greene County Fair Association is incorporated. All officero and others interested in and promoting the fair serve without compensation, and are financing the undertaking. The Fair is held solely for the im provement of Greene County and for the pleasure and benefit which its citizens may obtain from it. After paying all expenses the entire proceeds will go to the Greene County Public Library and be used to purchase books, Every citizen is, therefore, equally interested in the success of the Fair and without the co-operation of all we cannot succeed. Bernard's Warehouse is donated absolutely free of charge and the Austin Company likewise donates their large house, which makes it pos sible to have the Fair this year. We will have more floor space than any fair in the state. The advertising in the premium list, printed in book form, and which has been distributed over the county and section, makes it possible to pub lish the same. Every merchant whose name appears on its pages has shown his interest in his county and we most earnestly request the good citizens of Greene county to patronize those who have helped to make the Fai possible. GREENE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION, Inc. CLASS B Cattle, Hogs and Sheep Newton C. Myers, Chairman. All entries must be made and stock on the ground by noon of the first ay of the Fair. Applications for stalls must be made to the Secretary and no stall shall be occupied by any but a bona fide exhibit. No animals are to be removed unless by written permission of the Superintendent. In all rings there must be a contest There must be special merit to warrant award of premium. The single judge system will be the policy of this department and any exhibitor attempting to interfere with the judge during his adjudication will be excluded from competition. Ex hibitors of live stocji must inform themselves when their stock will be judged and stock must be in the show ring promptly after being called. Stock not in the ring on time may be ruled out. When on exhibition in the ring each animal must be under halter and in charge of owner or employee. The superintendent of this department has been vested with the sole right to construe rules and determine all differences, and there is no appeal from his decision. CATTLE Each of the following breeds of cattle are subject to the entrance fees and entitled to the premiums designated. None but pure-bred cattle with registration certificate accompanying entry to be considered in these con tests: Short Horn, Polled Durham, Hereford, Angus, Jersey. Short Horn 1st. 2nd Best Bull under one year (entry fee $1.00) $ 5.00 $3.00 Best Bull one and under two years (entry fee $1.00) 7.50 4.00 Best Bull two and over (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 5.00 Best Heifer under one year (entry fee $1.00) 5.00 3.00 Best Heifer over one year (entry fee $1.50) 7.50 4.00 Best Cow any age (entry fee $2.00) -- 10.00 5.00 Champion Bull, beef breeds Purple Ribbon Champion Cow, beef breeds Purple Ribbon Champion Bull, dairy breeds Purple Ribbon Chamoion Cow. dairv breeds ...Furple Ribbon It is here: The bar that beers but not inebriates. Mr. Hoover isn't going to monitor us any more about what we eat, but there are enough left to do it. Apples that will sell for 10 ents apiece next winter are now ripening on the trees; and the men who will sell them are now ripening their plans to do it. For those who fear that Will H. Hays is not always an accurate proph et it may be recalled that on Novem ber 3 last year Mr. Hays issued the following' bulletin: "The latest re ports from over the country make it certain that the Republicans will car ry both the Senate and House." 2nd $1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 CLASS A Farm Product D. T. Jones, Chairman. All products competing for premiums must be exhibited by the pro ducer. There must be competition in each contest. 1st. Best Peck Wheat (smooth) $2-00 Best Peck Wheat (bearded) .- - 2.00 Best Peck Oats -- 1-50 Best Half Bushel Clover Seed - 1-00 Best Peck Sweet Potatoes 1-00 Best Peck Turnips , 100 Best Peck Table Beets --- - 1-00 Best Peck Onions L00 Best Dozen Tomatoes 1-00 Best Half Dozen Carrots .50 Best Half Dozen Parsnips - -50 Best Half Dozen Radishes -50 Best Half Dozen Artichokes -50 Best Half Dozen Okra - - 50 Best Half Dozen Cucumbers .50 Best Half Dozen Squash .50 Best Half Dozen Pods Sweet Peppers - - 50 Best Half Dozen Salsify 50 Best Half Dozen Stalks Rhubarb - 50 Best Half Dozen Stalks Cane 1.00 Best Half Dozen Stalks Broom Corn - 1.00 Best One Stalk Red Pepper - '-- .50 Best Three Egg Plants - -- .50 Best Two Heads Cabbage - 50 Best Two Heads Lettuce .50 Best Bunch Parsley .50 Best Two Stalks Celery 50 Best Watermelon 1-50 Best Three Cantaloupes 1-50 Largest Pumpkin 2.00 Best Cotton on Stalk 50 Best Gallon Green Beans 50 Best Pint Dried Beans - 50 Best Pint Lima Beans -- 50 Best Pint Onion Sets 50 Best Peck Kidney Beans - 1.50 Best Peck Birdeye Beans 1.50 Best Peck Whippoorwill Peas - 1.50 Best Peck Peas other varieties w 1.00 Best Peck Rye Seed 1-00 Best Peck Barley Seed L00 2.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 Display Grasses and Clovers in bundles size sheaf of wheat. . Best Soy Bean Hay - Best Millet Hay Best Pea Hay , - Best Red Clover Hay .: - Best Mixed Clover Hay Best Alfalfa Hay 50 Best Sheaf of Oats 1.00 Best Sheaf of Wheat 100 Best Display of Alfalfa in bunches with dates each cutting 5.00 Best display of Garden Vegetables made by woman not entered for another premium - 5.00 2.00 2.00 Exhihits should be made in neat, standard size coops. Entries will be received up to noon on the first day of the Fair. Both sexes must be represented in each entry. A pen consists of five or more fowls. No entrance fee. Best Pfo White Sweepstake, display of any breed not entered for any othr premium Polled Durham 1st- Best Bull under one year (entry fee $1.00) Best Bull one and under two years (entry fee $1.00) 7.50 Best Bull two years and over (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 Best "Heifer under one year (entry fee $1.00) 5.00 Best Heifer over one year (entry fee $1.50) 7.50 Best Cow any age (entry fee $2.00) I0-00 Champion Bull, beef breeds FurPle 2nd. $3.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 Ribbon Champion Cow, beef breeds - rpie ninnon ChamDion Bull, dairy breeds PurPle R'bbon Champion Cow, dairy breeds Purple Ribbon 2nd $3.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 Ribbon Ribbon Beat Trio 1st 2nd. $3.00 $2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 Hereford 1st. Best Bull under one year (entry fee $1.00) $ 5.00 Best Bull one and under two years (entry fee $1.00) 7.50 Best Bull two years and over (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 Best Heifer under one year (entry fee $1.00) 5.00 Best Heifer over one year (entry, fee $1.50) 7.50 Best Cow any age (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 Champion Bull, beef breeds Purple Champion Cow, beef breeds ..Purple Champion Bull, dairy breeds Purple Ribbon Champion Cow, dairy breeds Purple Angus 1st. Best Bull under one year (entry fee $1.00) --$ 5.00 Best Bull one and under two years (entry fee $1.00) 7.50 Best Bull two years and over (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 Best Heifer under one year (entry fee $1.00) 5.00 Best Heifer over one year (entry fee $1.50) 7.50 Best Cow any age (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 Champion Bull, beef breeds Purple Champion Cow, beef breeds - - Purple Champion Bull, dairy breeds Purple Ribbon Champion Cow, dairy breeds Purple Jersey 1st. Best Bull under one year (entry fee $1.00) $ 5.00 Best Bull one and under two years (entry fee $1.00) 7.50 Best Bull two years and over (entry fee $2.00) 10.00 Best Heifer under one year (entry fee $1.00) 5.00 Best Heifer over one year (entry fee $1.50) 7.50 Best Cow any age (entry fee $2.00) - 10.00 Champion Bull, beef breeds - Purple Champion Cow, beef breeds Purple Champion Bull, dairy breeds Purple Champion Cow, dairy breeds Purple HOGS Eentry Fee $1.00 Hampshire Best Boar under one year Best Boar over one year - Best Gilt under one year Sow over one year, not suckling --- 5.00 Sow suckling five or more pigs - 5.00 Poland-China 1st. Best Boar under one year jo.uu Best Boar over one year -- 5.00 Best Gilt under one year -. 5.00 Sow over one year, not suckling - - - 5.00 Sow suckling five or more pigs 5.00 Durocs Best Boar under one year Best Boar over one year Best Gilt under one year 5.00 Sow over one year, not suckling 5.00 Sow suckling five or more pigs 5.00 Berkshire lst Best Boar under one year $5,00 5.UU 5.00 CLASS D Dairying Mrs. Vol Lowe, Mrs. Harry Dobson, Mrs. Wallace Ernest, Mrs. Joe Mc- Dannel, Mrs. Frank Register. lst 2nd. Best home-made Cheese $1.00 $ .50 Best pound home-made Soap 1.00 .50 Best pound Butter (dairies barred) 2.00 1.00 Best one pound Dairy Butter 2.00 1.00 Best Cottage Cheese (this should be moulded) 1.00 .50 CLASS E Preserves, Jellies, Jams Mrs. C. M. Brannan, Mrs. Chas. Boyd, Mrs. Ernest Armitage, Miss Lena Gray. PreservesPint Jrs 1st 2nd. Best one jar Peach $1-00 $ .50 Best one jar Pear 1-00 .50 Best one jar Quince . 1.00 .60 Best one jar Strawberry 1.00 .50 Best one jar Apple L00 .50 Best one jar Cherry 1-00 .50 Beat one jar Watermelon 1-00 .50 Best Grape Juice .50 .25 Best Blackberry Jam - - 1-00 .50 Marmalade Quart Jars lst 2nd. Best one jar Plum $1.00 .50 Best one jar Orange - - 1.00 .50 Be.it one jar Quince 1.00 .50 Best one jar Grape . 1.00 .50 Best one jar Apple 1.00 .50 Best one jar Pear 1.00 .60 Best one jar Peach 1.00 .50 Jelly lst 2nd. Best six glasses, six varieties, light $2.00 $1.00 Best glass Apple .50 .25 Best glass Grape --- .50 .25 Best glass Quince - , .50 .25 Best glass Blackberry .50 .25 Best glass Raspberry .......... .60 .25 Best glass Plum 50 .25 Best glass Gooseberry 50 .28 CLASS F Pickles, Canned Goods Mrs. Martha Hendrix, Mrs. Faitl Yost, Mrs. Chas. C. Smithj Mrs. Charlie Hardin, Mrs. J. F. King. Canned Fruit Quart Jars 1st Best four jars, four varieties $2.00 Ribbon 2nd. $3.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon 2nd. $3.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon 2nd $1.00 .60 3rd, $ .76 .60 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 2nd 1 .50 .60 .50 .60 .50 .60 1.00 .60 .50 .60 .60 .50 .60 .50 .50 1.00 .60 lst lst. $5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 lst. $5.00 5.00 2nd. $2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2nd. $2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2nd. $2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2nd. $2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2nd. $1.50 1.50 1.50 Best Boar over one year Best Gilt under one year - Sow over one year, not suckling - 5 00 Sow suckling five or more pigs 5.00 SHEEP 1st. Ram under one year (entry fee $1.00) J3 00 Ram one year and over (entry fee $1.00) - 3.00 Ewe under one year (entry fee $1.00) - 3-0 Pen, consisting of one aged Ram, two aged Ewes -not otherwise exhibited (entry fee $2.00) --- 7.00 This competition embraces all breeds of sheep. CLASS C Poultry Bernon Yost, Chairman The committee will obtain the services of some fancy poultry judge, who will use the score card system and the prizes will be awarded to the birds scoring the greatest number of points. t 4.00 Best one jar Peaches L00 Best one jar Pears -- L00 Best one jar Apples 100 Best one jar Blackberries L00 Best one jar Raspberries 100 Best one jar Cherries . L00 Best one jar Quinces LOO Canned Vegetables Quart Jars lst Best one jar Beans . $1.00 Best one jar Corn (off ear) L00 Best one jar Tomatoes '. - 1-00 Best one jar Beets - 1-00 Best one jar Peas 1-00 Best one jar Lima Beans L00 Best 3 jars Canned Vegetables, 3 varieties 2.00 Best one jar Okra L00 Best one jar Sweet Pepper, ripe L00 Best one jar Carrots 1-00 ryst quart Cucumbers (sour) L00 Best quart Tomato (sour) 100 Best quart Onion (sour) - 1-00 Best quart Mixed (sour) L00 Best quart Peach (sweet) ---- L00 Beat 3 jars Pickles, quarts, 3 varieties (sour) 2.00 Best 3 jars Pickles, quarts, 3 varieties (sweet) 1.00 . Miscellaneous Best quart Tomato Catsup $1.00 Best quart Chow Chow - - L00 Best quart Rolish 1-00 Best quart Apple Vinegar - 1-00 Best quart Chili Sauce - 1-00 Dried Fruits and Vegetables, in glass jars, collection 2.00 Best to use standard size and clear jars. CLASS G Bread, Cakes, Pies. Mrs. Fred Rosenblatt, Mrs. C. E. Coile, Mrs. Stewart Lamons, Mrs. John McKee, Mrs. Lee Allen. Pies Best Lemon Best Egg Custard Best Sweet Potato Best Cocoanut Best Apple - Best Peach Bread and Cakes Jost Loaf Yeast Bread - BCst loaf Salt Rising Bread Rivsf lnnf Rrown Bread Best dozen Soda Biscuits -- Best dozen Doughnuts - Best dozen Teacakes Best dozen Ginger Snaps . 10? Best soft Ginger Bread 1U" Best Angels' Food Cake Best Jam Cake Rest Pound Cake Best Marshmallow Layer Cake - L50 2.00 1.00 3rd .50 2nd. .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 lst. $ .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 lst. $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2nd. .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 2nd. i .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 .75 .50 1.00 .60 Best White Loaf Cake Best Cocoanut Layer Cake Best Loaf Egg Corn Bread The lemainder of the Premium List of the Greene County Fair was printed in The Daily and Weekly Sun several days ago. Hunt up the issue which that part of the list appeared and put them together and you win in have the complete premium list.