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I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908. m THE DESERET PARMER 'H
I PRIZE WINNERS
I (Continued from page 5)
I Wright Bro9. American Berkshire
I association, special, first prize.
f Agricultural Products.
I William) B. Wright, best bushel fall
I wheat, first prize.
I Rigby Bros., best bushel fall wheat,
1 second prize.
I William B. Wright, best bushel
spring wheat, first prize.
Rigby Bros., best ibushcl spring
wheat, second prize.
Rigby Bros., -best bushel two-r.owcd
f . barley, first.
I George E. Mabcy, best bushel club
I Head barley, first,
f William B. Wright, best bushel club
I head barley, second.
j George E. Mabcy, best ibushcl oats,
jr first prize.
I William B. Wright, best bushel
' oats, first.
William B. Wright, best bushel
oats, second.
Rigby Bros., best bushel rye, first.
N. P. Holm, best bushel white corn,
first; best half-bushel white corn, sec
ond. Lewis Faytcr, best one-half bushel
white corn, second prize; best one
half bushel popcorn, first.
William B. Wright, finest quality
arnd greatest variety grass in sheaves,
first.
John H Back & Son, 'best 100 lbs.
extracted honey, first; best display
package honey, first; best 100 pounds
beeswax, second; best exhibit high
bred bees in observation, second; best
display in this class, second; best dis
play o.f Utah honey, first.
William B. Wright, best bushel
spring wheat, second; best bushel club
head barley, first; best 'bushel oats,
first; finest quality and greatest var
iety of grass and grain, first; best 25
pounds hops, first; best dozen horse
radish, first.
Superior Honey Co., Ogden, best
exhibit of Italian bees, second; best
100 pounds extracted honey, second;
bast display of package honey; sec
ond; best display of high-bred bees
under observation, first; best display
in this class, first; best 100 pounds
cpjnb honey, first; best 100 pounds
ccswajc, first,
Porter & Walton Best .one-half
Jibushel white onions, first; best one
half bushel pickling onions, second;
bsst bushel turnips, first; best display
of cabbage, first and second; best dis
play cauliflower, first; best display of
rhubarb, first; best display of lettuce,
radishes and peppers, second; best
display of watermelons and citrons,
first; best display of cantaloupes, sec
ond; best display of pumpkins, veget
able marrow, egg plant, first; best
display of tomatoes, second; 'celery,
first; best worthy variety of string or
green beans, first and second; best ex
hibit of farm and garden products,
first and second; best 25 pounds dried
sweet corn, first; best exhibit of mo
lasses, first; best variety any potato,
first and second; best doze red beets,
first; best one-half bushel onions any
variety, first and second.
George E. Mabcy Twenty-five lbs.
clover seed first; 25 pounds timothy
seed, first; 25 lbs. Iuccrn seed, first;
best display any variety Ut. grass sccd
first; best 25 pounds onion seed, first;
bcst bushel .any variety potato, first;
best dozen red beets, second; best
dozen mangclwurzcl beets, second;
best dozen sugar beets, first; best
dozen carrots, first; best dozen par
snips, first; best one-half dozen yellow
onions, first; best one-half bushel
white onions, first; best one-half bush
el turnips, second; best display cab
bage, first; -best display cauliflower,
first; best display rhubarb, second;
best display lettuce, first; best display
radishes, first; best display peppers,
first; best display cucumber, second;
best display watermelons, second;
best display citrons, second; best dis
play cantaloupes, second; best display
pumpkins, second; best display hub
bard squash, first; ibest display egg
plant, second; best display tomatoes,
first; best display asparagus, first;
best display celery, second; best dis
play green beans, first; best worthy
variety of string or green beans, first;
best exhibit farm and garden pro
ducts, first; best bushel rye, first; best
100 pounds honey -comb, second.
Bonneville Ranch Co. Best bushel
fall wheat, second; best ibushcl fall
oats, second.
Willian B. Wright, finest quality
and greatest variety of groins in
sheaves, first.
N. P. Holm, one bushel white flake
corn, first; best half bushel Excelsior
sweet corn, first; best one dozen man
gclwurzcl beets, first and second; best
dozen carrots, and variety, first and
second; best half-bu. yellow onions,
first; best half bushel pickling onions,
first; best display of vegetable mar
row, second; best display of summer
squash, second; best display of hub
ibard squash, second; bes display of
Squash', scqond; best dozen redbccjts,
first and second.
Rigby Bros., best bushel rye, sec
ond, best bushel and variety of pota
toes, second; best bushel fall wheat,
second; best buslitel spring wheat,
second prize; best bushel two-rowed
barley, first; best bushel oats,-'first;
best ibushcl spring wheat, first;' best
bushel club head barley, second." f'
William H. Fu,ytcr, best exhitHf of
farm and garden products by any
body under 16, first.
Louis Faytcr, best half-bushel sweet
corn, second; best bushel and variety
potatoes, first and second; best dozen
redbects, any variety, first and sec
ond; best dozen mangclwurzcl ibects,
first; best dozen sugar beets, second;
best dozen carrots, first Kind second;
best dozen parsnips, second; best half
bushel white onions, first; best dis
play of cabbage, first; best display, of
cauliflower, first; best display of pot
herbs, first; best display of cucum
bers, first; best display of summer
squash, first; best worthy variety j
green or string ibeans, first and sec
ond; best exhibit farm and garden
products by boy under 16, first .and
second. 1
(Continued on page 12)
AWARDED FIRST PPEMIUM AT STATE FAIR. GOLD MEDAL BY STATE AGRICUL- 1
TURAL SOCIETY OF SACRAMENTO, CAL., ALSO GOLD MEDAL AWARDED BY MID7 ff
WINTER FAIR, AND LB WIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION. PORTLAND, OREGON. I
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) ' From 50 to 100 Acres Plowed each day doing the work much better than by animal power and at half a
the expense per acre. Mora than two hundred in successful operation. Every one a success.
The above illustration represents the Utah Arid Farm Company's STEAM PLOWING OUTFIT
at work on their farm at Nephi, Utah. This engine is plowing 50 acres per day of ten hours at an M
1 expense of 50 cents per acre. And it was also used by them to pull a "BEST" Steam Combined war- M
' vester on the same farm and harvested an average of 6s acres per day, and at the nominal P"" of
Socts. an acre. The grain was cut, threshed, recleaned and sacked in one operation and ready for the iraiu W M
The SUCCESS of DRY FARMING is THE STEAM P.LOW AND COMBINED HARVESTER
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