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SEPT. 4, 1930.
DUROGJERSEY AND BERKSHIRE HOGSJUDGED Awards Made in National Swine Show at Indiana State Fair. Berkshire and Duroc Jersey swine classes featured the judging in the national swine show at the Indiana state fair Wednesday. Blue ribbon victors: BERKSHIRES Boars—Aged, senior yearling, Junior yearling and senior boar pig. P. E. Kite Sc Sons, St. Paris. O-: Junior boar pig. W. H. Pipkin Sc Son. Biwood. Mo.; senior and grand champion. J. H. Nickel Sc Bon an Prince Lane; Junior champion, F. E. Kit# Sc Son on Amos VI; reserve grand champion, F. E. Kite Sc Son on Model Ideal. Sows—Aged. J. H. Nickel Sc Sons, Arenz ville, 111.; senior yearling and Junior year ling, E. B. Moore, Sheridan; Junior boar pig. futurity show, E. B. Moore; senior pig. W. H. Pipkin; Junior sow pig, F. E Kite Sc Sons; Junior sow pig, John F. Stover; senior and grand champion sows. J. H. Nickel Sc Son on Foremost Fannie; Junior champion, W. H. Pipkin Sc Son; reserve grand champion, E. B. Moore on Baron's Lady 164th. Herds—Old, owned by exhibitor. J. H. Nickel -Sc Son; old. bred and owned by exhibitor, young, owned by exhibitor, get of sire and produce of dam, F. E. Kite Sc Son; group of four pigs, get of one tire, futurity show, E. B.* Moore. DUROC JERSEY Boars—Aged. Charles Htldebolt, Eaton. O,; senior yearlings. Joe Brown. Union City: Junior yearling. Richard F. Kail, Carbondale. Kas.: senior boar pig. J. B. Waltmire; Junior boar pig. James A. Beard Ac Sons. Frankfort: senior and grand champion. Charles Hlldcbolt. Eaton. 0.. The Commander; lunlor champion. J. D. Wattemver. the Pilot: reserve grand cham nion. Shallenberg farms. Fashion Wave. Sows—Senior yearling sow. Chinquapin Springs Farm. Overland Park. Kas.; funlor yearling sow. Edellyn Farm, Wil son, 111.: senior sow pig. Lillard Stock (arms. Arlington, Tex.: junior sow pig. Eugene Gardner. Rushvllle. Ind.: senior and grand cnampion sow. Chinquapin Spring Farms. Leader Lassie: Junior cham pion. Chinquapin Spring Farm. Chinqua pin Queen I; reserve champion sow. Edellyn Farm. Ladv Supreme. Herds—Old. owned bv exhibitor. Colorado Agricultural College: old, bred and owned bv exhibitor. Colorado Agricultural col lege: voung. owned by exhibitor, Watte mver Farms: young, bred and owned by exhibitor. Wattemver farms: get of sire and produce of dam. Colorado Agricultural College: fall boar futurity (single animat* and fail sows futurity. Joe Brown; fall litter futurity. James Beard Sc Son. ROB CATHOLIC TEACHER Brother Bernidine of Cathedral high school, today informed police that a sneak thief stole two watches valued at S7O and $1 from his room Wednesday night. Admits Robbing Park Stand Police today held William Pur due, 18, of 211 South Summit street, on a burglary charge after they said he confessed robbing the refreshment stand at Willard park of candy and tennis racquets a week ago. STORE STORE 9 A. M. TO 9 A M T 0 5:30 P. M. B^^WMHINGTCJ^SXS:3O P. M. A New Department! New Prices! pylgjgaj^MKa: 1 ~ ' "' - T -' lu *^* New Fall Dresses m. Kofi Sizes 36 to 46 * I browns, reds, ms ift Half Sizes Juj greenv, blues J||ll|Wh^ The New Fall Hats We believe (D >% QC these are the \Hr best hats M Jl f/of can b e s im&Ti -. djSf \l VELVETS and FELTS in all the important new fashions, HP? *>7 the BERET, the TURBAN and the TOQUE, the BRIMMED styles . . . smart little hats that lend themselves to the ‘"tip-tilted” mode worn first by the Parisienne! You’ve J Economy Shop, Sixth Floor Wealthy if — ,m ■ Miss Frances Weaver, above, of East St. Louis, 111., will inherit the estate of her former fiance, the late Daniel P. Brooks, Chicago, professor, on one condition. Brooks’ will stipulates she must find and marry his older brother, whom she never has met and whose whereabouts she does not know. Brooks’ estate includes a 'house on the “Gold Coast” in Chicago. HONEY WINS PRIZES Awards Made in Apiary Di vision at Fair. Honey held the spotlight in the apiary division of the state fair Wednesday. First prize ribbons were awarded the following exhibitors: Dealers’ Display—Comb honey. A. I. Root Cos.. Indianapolis; honev vinegar. Guv B. Falk. Bluffton; beeswax. T. C. Johnson. Logansport: one frame observation hive, T. C. Johnson: one frame observation hive: J. Harley Walker. Galveston: white comb honev. R. M. Baker. Kendallville: white extracted honev. T. C. Johnson: amber ex traced honev. Herman Sample. Jamestown; best case twenty-four selections white comb honey. Reed V. Rogers. Carmel; best case twenty-four sections amber comb honev. R. M. Baker: best dozen. 2-lb. Jars white extracted honey. Herman Sam ple: best dozen 2-lb. jars amber extracted honey. Herman Sample. The average yearly income of India’s population is about S4O. CITY MARE IS SSOO WINNER IN HORSE SHOW Purse in Three-Gaited Class Goes to Mount Owned by A. H. Fiske. An Indianapolis mare, Miss Peggy Fiske, owned by Mr. and Mrs. A. Hastings Fiske. won the SSOO purse stake of the Algonquin Riding Club in the feature event of the horse show at the Coliseum Wednesday night. The mare was victorious in the three-gaited class for horses owned by Indianans. Friday will be “Society Night” at the horse show. Winners in other classes were. Five-Gaited Pairs—G. A. Nichols entry. Oklahoma City. Okla., first: W. D. Alex ander entry, Bloomington, 111., second: Aristocrat Zip. C. F. Whitehouse. Colum bus. third. . _ . Roadster Pairs—Tom Cross and Peter Lawson. Hutchison & Hutchison. Kansy. 111., first; Veta and Reta Acres. W. D. Alexander. Blomington. 111., second: G. A. Nichols entry. Oklahoma Cltv. Okla.. third. Heavy Harness Pairs—Queen Elizabeth and Earl of Leicester, Mrs. A. C. Thomp r EVANS' VWZ AT ALL GROCERS I ROBERTS’ RESTAURANT AND CAFETERIA BEST STEAKS IN INDIANA Open All Night Northeast Corner KentaeJcy Are. and Maryland St. fiwe made'SlGNS„l [before we could tally Furniture—Rugs Draperies Sander & Recker Furniture Cos. MERIDIAN AT MARYLAND THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES son. Chicago, first, and Seaton Buster and Seaton Priscilla. William E. Der Chicago. second. Heavy Harness Class for Ladles—Earl of Leicester, first; Potent Ula. My Hoby stables. Cleveland, second, and Vanitv Fair. G. A. Nichols. Oklahoma City, third. Five-Gaited Horses (Peoples Coal and Cement Company. SSOO purse stake'—Red Lee Bourbon. W. T. Treadway. St. Louis, first: Morning Glory. G. A. Nichols. Okla homa City, second: the Exquisite Perdita. Mrs. WlUshire Riley. Atlanta. Ga.. third. Hackney Ponies—My Hobby stables entry. Cleveland, first: Hutchison Sc Hutchison entry. Kansas. HI., second; William E. Dee entry. Chicago, third. Ladles’ Hunters—Blue Moon. Ambleslde stables. Blue Ash. 0.. first; Top Notch. W. J. Fuller. Cincinnati, second: Rostnante. Laura Hare. IndianaooUs. third. SETTLE PRAISES LAW Federal Marketing Act Is Praised in Talk to Kiwanians. National Prosperity will come only when the basic industry, agriculture, becomes healthy, Wililam H. Settle, president of the Indiana Farm Bureay, Inc., said at the Kiwanis luncheon Thursday. “The federal marketing act has enabled the farmer to make more progress during the last year than he made during the twenty-five years prior to the enactment of this law,” Settle said. 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Julius Fieischmann of “yeast” fame and the Sni-A-Bar farms, Kansas City, Mo., led in blue ribbon deco rations respectively in the Guernsey and Shorthorn cattle judging at the Indiana state fair. First prize winners in the various classes were: GUERNSEY Bulls—l years and over. Firestone Farms. Akron. O.; 3 years and under 4. Julius Fleischmann. Blue Ash, O.: 2 years and under 3. Julius Fleischmann: 18 months and under 2 years. Gayoso Farms. Horn Lake. Miss.: 1 year and under 18 months. Firestone Farms. Akron: bull calf. 4 months and under 1 year: Raemelton Farm. Mansfield. O.; senior champion. Julius Fleischmann. Atvukapa K. Laddie: junior champion. Gayoso Farms. Horn Lake. Miss.. Gayoso Patrician; grand champion. Julios rleischnunn, Alvukpa K. Laddie. Cows—s years and over. Speck Sc At - buckle. Fiat Rock: 4 years and under. Gayoso Farms; 3 years and under. Gavoso Farms. Heifers—2 years and under. Raemeltoa Farms. Mansfield. O.: 18 months and un der 2 years. Raemelton Farms: I year and under 18 months. Raemelton Farms: 4 months and under I year. Firestone Farms; senior and grand champion female. Speck Sc Arbuckle: Junior champion fe male. Raemelton Farms, on Raemelton's Pandora. Get of Sire—Gayoso Farms: produce cow. Gayoso Farms: graded herd, Raemel ton Farms: yearling herd. Gayoso Farms: calf herd, Raemelton Farms. SHORTHORN Bulls—Calved before May I. 1927, Edwin D. Logdson, Indianapolis: between May 1, 1927 and April 30. 1928. Sni-A-Bar Farms: between Mav 1 and Dec. 31, 1928, Edellyn Farms. Wilson. 111.; between Jan. 1 and April 30, 1929. Sni-A-Bar Farms; between May 1 and Sept. 30. 1929. Sni-A-Bar Farms; on or after Oct. 1, 1929, Sni-A- Bar Farms: three, any age, owned by ex hibitor, Sni-A-Bar Farms: two. bred and owned by exhibitor. Sni-A-Bar Farms: senior and grand champion bull. Sni-A- Bar Farms, on Victor Chief; Junior cham- Bion.8 ion. Sni-A-Bar Farms, on Sni-A-Bar olden King. rCHARLES DENBY ] l 5c CIGAR 2 Cows—Calved before May I. 1*37. Clover leaf Farms. Tiffin. O.; between May 1. 1927 and April 30. 1928. Sni-A-Bar Farms; between May 1 and Dec. 31, 1928. Snt-A- Bar Farms; Jan. 1 and April 30. 1929. Edellyr, Farm: between May 1 and Sept. 30, 1929. Edellyn Farm: on or after Oct. 1. 1929. Edellyn Farm; before May I, 1927. with own calf at side, calved after Oct. 19. 1929. Kalarama Farms. Springfield. Ky.: senior and grand cham pion female. Sni-A-Bar Farms on Snl-A ---: Bar Margoid II; junior champion, Edellyn Farm on Eddelyn Clara 11. Aged herd. Sni- A-Bar Farms: yearling herd Edellyn Farms: pair calved. Sni-A-Bar Farms: four animals, get of one sire, both sexes repre sented, any age all owned by exhibitor, Sni-A-Bar Farms. Money Loaned —ON— DIAMONDS Liberal, Reliable, Confidential SUSSMAN’S STATE LOAN OFFICE Legal Rates—Bonded Brokers Established its Years 239-241 IV. Washington It. PAGE 3 Excursions Sunday, Sept. 7 CHICAGO $4.00 Leave Indianapolis 12:20 a. m.; re turning leave Chicago 9:50 p. m., same date. Stops at 63rd. 53rd and 43rd Street Stations, Chicago, in both direc tions. ST. LOUIS $5.00 Leave Indianapolis 12:33 a. m.; re turning leave St. Loui* 5:30 p. m. or 10:00 p. m., same date. " ■ ■ Tickets at City Ticket Office, 112 Mono meofc Circle and Cnlon Station BIG FOUR ROUTE TRY A WANT AD IN THE TIMES.