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six dairies participated in the competi
tion. The Parma creamery was awarded first premium on creamery butter, with the Perkins creamery second. L. K. Deck of Meridian was given first premium for dairy butter and W. R. Shaw of Weiser second. There were also good exhibits of butter by the Parma Creamery, of Parma, the Perkins Co-operative Creamery of Perkins, and some pri vate dairys the names of which are not recalled here. Award« on Hor«»«. A ntong horses shown were some 10 head of Coach, Percheron and Belgian stallions, exhibited by Mr. N. W. Thompson, Manager of the Palo Alto stock farm, of Emmettsburg, Iowa. They were well groomed, handsome fellows, and showed to good advan tage when parading in front of the grand stand. They Boise branch of the establishment. Dr. 6, E. Noble, State Veterinarian. superintendent of this depart ment, and the judges were, D. R. Hub bard, T. Lane and H. Eagl from the were was eson. The awards were as follows: Two Colts Dr. G. E. Noble, Boise, first. pson, Boise, French Coach Stallions— N. W. Thompson, Boise, first and second. Cato Stallion— N. W. Tho first and second. Stallion— J, N. Meridian, m Coach Stallion—Dr. Boise, third. Stallion J. N, Cato, Meridian. Best Coach Stallion~D. O. Steve son, Boise. G. E. Noble, n Three Stallions -M. Boise, first, second Jack— H. B. enne, first. W. Thompson, and third . , Cunningham, Chey 1 Don't Forget that the V£HB CLOTHING Cl fells the Finest Line of Ready-to-We Clothing handled L Caldwell. Our line is complete in Mens and Boys Furnish ing Goods, Hats and L.aps ar m Boots and Shoes and the only never wear out shoes for Boys. Our Prices are and our Guarantee every sale. in school . Ask y ° Ur nc '?hbor about the Clotting Co. B<mk Caldwell Stallion, three years and upwards— D. McMullen, Meridian, first; A. Pride, Boise, second; Coughanour, Boise, third. Stallion— Dr. G. E. Noble, Boise, first, Six Stallions. — N. W. Thompson, c t XT ry «■ • a • Stallion— J. N. Cato, Meridian. Stallion three years and nnder-A. P.Helpberry, Meridian, third. Two Stallions— N. W. Thompson, Boise, first and second. Boise, first. Stallion, one-year-old— J. D, Hill, Boise, first. Mare with Foal at foot—Will Yar *"an, Boise, first, Five Stallions— N. W. Thompson, Boise, first, second and third. Best Draft Stallion ,any age—A. P. Helphrey, Meridian. Two Mares— J. E. Fiddle, Brst and second, Boise, Best Stallions and three get—Dr. Boise . third, Mare with foal at foot—Will Yar ran < Boise, second, Noble , Boise. Mare and Foal—Henry Powell, Two mares with two foals at foot— William Bruch, Boise, first. Foal of 1905—H. Powell, Boise, Foal of 1905—John McMellan, Boise, two firsts and one second. Best saddle stallion and three Dr. Noble, Boise, first and sec ond. get— second. E Thompson, Ames, Boise, sec Best Stallion, three over—P. Webber, Hailey, first. Team general purpose Horses— William Bruch; Boise, third. Draft Team-D. C. Potter, Midvale first. years old and » Team Horses E d ■ Boise, second; A. E. ond. Team-J. E. Riddle. Boise, first. SPECIAL PRIZES. A. B. Compton—First. Dr. Noble—Second. N. W. Thompson—Third. Carriage Team—-B. Marsters, Boise, first; .fames Lindsey, Boise, second. Single Driver—D. O. Stevenson, Boise, first; D. C. Potter, Midvale, sec * a x* t . ' L °° d ' H „ B »'«. "hird; Dr. Noble, Bo.aa „ V* f add e Horae—Mrs. Lindsey Boise, first; Mrs. James Bowman, Sho shone, second; Mollie Stuart, Boise ,hird - The 3rd Tuesday in October is Na very Apple News. tional Apple Day. The European apple crop is said to be short, and some reports poor indeed. i i sa 7 — »* T , . .. th '" tT £ PiCl "' n8r lhe jMa thans. They will not stand freezing weather. The Pajaro Valley, Cal., apple crop where they grow good Newtons and amount to about 3,000 Bellefleurs, will car loads. The Idaho apple crop for 1905, i estimated at about 60 full yield, JS per cent of a Over 10,000 boxes of ing to reports, have been for at Yakima, Wash., trade. apples, accord contracted for the export ng campaign car the interesTnf H ' ® hepard pie Grower's un' \ °°d River Ap tive of rmu • , ** bee " produc ' results ,s shown by the fact past few weeks the union has received Europe Asks for Pine Fruit. That the advertisi ried on last that within the manager of the letter s f rom P° o1 - Hamburg, p c w , ales - c,tles .and from .Si la ' In the union, and **Sjl All the letter« » Hood Ri ver A , tre container) ^ e ^ f °' rtr «V Qed order« f or « ** crop of Ne„ omi , has beer, M , d * Mr. Shepard i„ „, . deavored to hav fr °m that citv !u' Porting centlr'i ■tfrif Ne» * the Partin tätest b ln th e world. Last week Mr. . She M frc ® lieco,, ar ®J ty» communication department of England asking f or uftl towns. The leading 3 from all parts of the mb? for the fruit Th» • ° " 5î tn tho ' The Pnce i s ^ »them. They ; the the y can find, a hifth price -Weh and pies bring. pie crop of the valler rt, ' 40,000 and 50,000 bom this the association 35,000 and 40,000, Each applet by the association will be tissue paper bearing a pis-. Mount Hood, and the words: "6 and Packed by the Apple Union, Hood River, Or," Orders have recently been © from New York for the crop ofife sas Black, Mammoth Blackly Cheek pippin and Hydes Kingii West. There will be a total nfà six cars of these varieties, faè the apples have been soldinfe markets, and the shipment tote an effort to introduce them:,? buyers, who are this year si more for them than was ever*?.