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Daily Fair Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 3, 1904, Carroll, Iowa Daily Fair Bulletin FEBRUARY BIG CROWD AT FAIti Last Nights Attendance Equal to Previous EXCELLENT PROGRAM By the Carroll Program by tbo Little Folks a De lightful and Altogether Charming ALL COMB AND HELP THE FAIR Thefair continues meet the ex pectations of The crowd in at tendance is the entertainments pleasing and fully up to a high stand ard of programs of this character and are well satisfied with the work as it has gone so While the ex treme cold has probably kept sono away who would have come from a yet the attendance from oity and country is all that could be The opera house was again packed last night by an appreciative The electric lights failed to work for a caused by the high wind of the previous night that had crossed some wires that could not be But the crowd WHS good na the best of order prevailed and the lights were turned on again in a few minutes when everything moved along aa if nothing bad The program yesterday afternoon was a delightful one by the little folks under the direction of the They represented a Baby each little tot being dressed as a grownup and having their dolljes on The indignation of those whose babies failed to win first prize was genuine and the little ones were altogether charming and delight In the evening the Oarroll Maeu nerohor gave a short several German which were rendered iu their usual avtistio manner and called forth the hearty approval of the This program will be an evening with consisting of vocal and instrumental music by some of Carrolls most talented These will be rendered with most beautiful electrical and scenic electrical calcium effects on statuary by ap paratus ordered for this special occa After the above program Bice will illustrate tbe science of animal All lovers of music and art eannot afford to miss this entertain Begins promptly at v Tomorrow Thursday afternoon at another matinee will be consisting of The Clowns Horn Drill by the intermediate boys The a trio by Kitrtzhals Nurreond Hntter and Tho Sea Shells Whisper by the junior Remember that dinner is served at the dining hall just east of the opera house from 11 to 1 and supper from 5 to 7 The prizes drawn last night are as follows CIIILDBUNS JOSEPHS Case f Battenburg dresser Katie PETEH AND Shirt Frank Table Design in feather Mamie Set of John Cham Sofa Mary CITIZENS Bath Joe Bath Matt Pair Dress Kotio Stam Out glass sugar and Joe Outing The voting contests are begining to attract some although they have not got thoroughly started as One the most popu lar milliner or dress prize a case ol shears from the Citizens closes and bids fuir to awaken considerable Following is the result of the voting up to the close of the fair last night MAHI1IED OK SINQLl A Hue 8350 Oapen presented by citizens and Allies 1017 Mary 475 Mrs Geo lt Mrs Geo Mra C F Mrs Jos Mrs August Raima Louisa Veuie Martha Mrs Pearl 10 Hannah 16 Mrs J1 A 15 Mrs Ur lo Mrs L M 10 MrsGuoWKorte 10 Amanda jo MrsJJ o Mrs J i MOST POPULAB a beautiful leather value presented by Arts HBauiuhover j0 J 8 i Geo J B J P Joe Mat H AC WT W O ohn US B M B N J A John sr 0 N W H 0 M DrB C 1 N Jim John Jos Frauk MW UE MOST POPOLAB A shot presented by An and a hunters outfit by Herman Guam 202 Frank 110 Or BU 100 Will Geo W Uarvo Bert Albert Pat Robert J T QeoSelzer Quft J P John John P MOST POPULAB A presented by Bioh Mrs Julius 233 Mrs C II 81 Mrs 50 Mrs Maggie 50 MrsJoseph 50 Mrs Mat 35 Mrs Jus 25 Mrs J J 25 Mrs Stephen Mrs Ed MOST POPULAB First a fur coat presented by Ghus Second a four horse gang and sulky plow cvcner presented by the Heidor Manufacturing H 148 Charles 100 Andy 81 CM 50 Chas Lull 39 Andrew 37 35 Loreuz 25 Wm HO Geo 20 ID Henry 10 10 Mat 10 T 5 Hugh 5 David 6 Thqo 6 Billy HOST POPULAIt YOUNQ a flue gold valae May 178 Amelia Mary i Mayme Clara May Tuoresia Amelia Ellen Luollu Hey May Anna Dora May Grace Verouloa Gustu i Carrie Mayinu Marparet MOST POPULAll an Elgin watch and chain presented by J 0 John 288 Chas GO Otto 11 Lloyd John 7 Charles laid Willie Joe Arthur Earl Bernard Albert Charles Earl j Herb Goo j Hiiury MOST POPDLAE First a fine doll second 815 Marie i L nna W 327 tieotH 201 Rose 119 Murgret 113 Mary 100 Minnie 100 Heldu J5 Ljillie Charlotte Rosa Braderick 28 Juliii 20 Hazel 18 Murio 15 Hejen 15 Mlirgnret 15 Miirtrnrethn 10 Hildegnrd 5 Marie MOST POPULAB liAILBOAD a silver 105 j 100 I 35 Guy 25 Mat 15 John 10 Jim Woodrow 10 HOST POPULAB MILLINER OR DBESS a case of Miss Lizzie HJG Maud Napo 50 so 10 10 IQ 10 Mury 112
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