Fair Notes From the Courier. v The county fair pens next ', week, Tuesday, and holdsthe balance of the week.- week.- :: '':-M:r. '':-M:r. '':-M:r. ;V ,'f. Over $150 in cash is offered In pre-r pre-r pre-r miums for corn, wliich with the raagnifi cent crop this year wS bring out a grand display of that cereal. In the county breeders' tjrot for 3ytar olds, the following entries have been made: Billy Hands, H. W. Fyre,- Fyre,- Jos. Mooso and J, W. Moon, of Winfield, Josiah Johnson, of Maple City and P. T. Walton, of Burden. Dr. John F. Dodge, of Arkansas City, will act as one of the judges in the speed department. The city will send ten horses which will ba entered in the horse classes and speed rings. They will shdw several standard bred roadsters. Parties deMrinjr to make entries, should, if possible, make them before the fair opena and avoid the rush on the grounds. No entries will be received from parties in, or within five miles of, Winfield, after 6 o'lock p. nil, Tuesday, September 3rd. Itlias been decided this year to bar out all snide fakirs and their gambling games. The tough3 from 'Guthrie1 and elsewhere made a big; effort to get in" with their games andoff ered big money for the privilege of working them on the grounds.