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Pronse. Colored DorkingsFiist, B. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, E. A. Hoyt. Mottled HoudansFirst, John Klrby, St. Paul second, K. A Hojt tlilid, John Klhfoy. ChicksFirst, John Klrby second, B. O. Rob erts, third, John Klrby. Black CrcvecoeurFirst, B. A. Hoyt second, B. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirstE. G. Roberta. Mack FlecheFirst, E. O. Roberts. ChicksFirst, E. (J. Roberts. Black Kreusted Red UninesFirst, E. O. "Rob ert" secoi.d, K. A IIoj t. ChicksFitat. E. A. Hoyt. Brown Red oamesFlr^t, E. G. Roberts, tiolden DickwliigFirst, E. G. Roberts. Silver DnckwlngFiist, E. A. Hoyt second, E. J. Uobeits. Red l'jleFirst, E. 0. Roberts second, E. A. Hoyt third, E. A. Hojt. ChicksFirst, E. A. Hoyt second, E. A. Hoyt. White Game ChicksFirst, E. G. Roberts sec ond, E. A. Hoyt. Black GamesFirst, E. G. Roberta. Cornish Indian GameFirst, G. A. Loth, Mln neapolis, Minn. second, E. G. Roberts third, G. A. Loth. ChicksFirst, B. G. Roberts, second, G. A 1.0th third. G. A. Loth. White Cornish Iudion GamesFirst, E. A. Hoyt second. K. G. Roberts. ChicksFirst. C. Y. Glbbs, Wayyata, Minn. second, R. A. Pike & Son. Minneapolis, Minn. Bantams. Black breasted Red GamesFirst, E. G. Rob erts second, E. U. Roberts third, A. F. L. Porter. ChicksFirst, B. G. Roberts second, E. A. Hoyt. Golden DuckwlngFirst, H. G. Roberts sec ond, E. A. Hoyt. Silver PnckwlngFirst, E. G. Roberts second, B, A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst. E. A. Hoyt. Red PyleFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. A Hoj t. ChicksFirst, E. A Hoyt. ^hlts GameFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. A. Hojt. I hicksFirst. E. G. Roberts. Black GameFirst. E. G. Roberts. Birchen GameFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. G. Roberts ChicksFirst. E. G Roberts. Golden SeabrightFirst, E. G. Roberts sec ond. E. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, E. A. Hoyt second, E. G. Roberts, third. E. G. Roberts. Light Brahma ChicksFirst, E. A. Hoyt sec ond. E. A . Hoyt. Silver SeabrightFirst. E. A. Hoyt second, Henry Schrocder, St. Paul, third, E. G. Rob erts. ChicksFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. G. Roberts. White Rose-CombedFirst. E. G. Roberts aerond. Herbert Grotte, St. Paul. ChicksFirst, Herbert Goette second, E. G. Roberta. Black Rose-CombedFirst, F. L .Broker sec ond. E^G. Roberts, third, E. G. Roberts. Chick*First, E. A. Hoyt second, E. G. Roberts. White-BootedFirst, E. G. Roberts. - 'hicksrjrst, E. G\ Roberts. Buff CochinFirst. W. M. Bean. Anoka, Minn aecond, E. (J. Roberts, third, W. M. Bean. ChicksFirst, W. M. Bean second, E. G. Roberts. Partridge CochinFirst, E. G. Roberts sec ond, E. G. Roberts third, E. A. Hoyt. Paul, second, E. A. Hoyt third, E. G. Rob erts. White CochinFirst. Ed Lynch & Son, St. ChicksFirst, Ed Lynch & Son, St. Paul sec ond. E. G. Roberts- third, Ed Lynch & Son. Black CothinsFirst. E. G. Roberts second, E G. Roberts third. E. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst. B. G Roberts. Black-Tail JapaneseFirst, E. G. Roberts second. E. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. G. Roberts, third. E. A. Hoyt. White JapaneseFiist, E. G. Roberts second, E A. Hojt ChicksFirst. E. G. Roberts. White-Crested White Polish ChicksFirst, E. A. Hoyt. Black SumatraFirst, E. A. Hoyt second, G. Roberts: third, E. G. Roberts. ChicksFirst, E. G. Robetts third, E. A. Hoyt. White SilkyFirst. E. A. Hojt. ChicksFirst, E G. Roberts. . Frizles, Any ColorFirst, -B. G. Roberts sec ond. F. G. Mogler, St. Paul. ChicksFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E G. Roberts. Rumpless, Any ColorFirst, E. G. Roberts second. A. E. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, H. A. Leek second, H. A. Leek, third, R. A. Koepke, Minneapolis, Minn. White MinorcaFirst, A. E. Hoyt second, E. G Roberts. ChicksFirst, A. L. Cleland, Minneapolis. Minn second. A. L. Cleland, Minneapolis, Minn. third, E. G. Roberts. Blue AndaluslansFirst, David Wright, -Co- lumbia Heights, Minn. second, E. G. Roberts. ChicksFirst. A E. Hoyt second, David Wright third, David Wright. Black SpanishFirst, E. A. Hoyt second, E. G. Roberts third, E. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. A. Hoyt. Golden Spangled HamburgsFirst, Margaret Hope, Hammond, Wis. second, '53. A. Hoyt. ChicksFiist, Margaret Hope second, Mar garet Hope third, E. G. Roberts. Silver Spangled HamburgsFirst, E. G. Rob erts second, E. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, E. G. Roberts second, E. A. Hoyt. Golden Penciled HamburgsFirst, E. A. Hoyt: second, E. A. Hoyt third, E. A. Hoyt. ChicksFirst, E. A. Hoyt. Paul second, A. Matchett, St. Paul third, W. W. Wesstnger, St. Paul. Peas of Any Other Variety (Halt peck of each) First, Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause. , Grains. JudgesJ. R. Sheppard, Fargo, N. D. C. S. Scofield, Department of Agriculture, Washington, Timothy in StrawFirst, D. T. Wheaton, Morris second, C. H. Murphy, Caledonia third, Charles C. (fray, Rochester. Mammoth Clover in BundlesFirst, J. A. How ard, Hammond, second, Marlon Dewltt, Ham mond, third, C. H. Murphy. Red Clover In BundlesFirst, Joe Taylor second, Joe Taylor third, Charles C. Gray, Rochester. Alstke Clover In BundlesFirst. Charles C. Gray second, C. H. Murphy third, D. T. Wheaton. Millet or Hungarian StrawFirst, W. A. Wes slnger, St. Paul second, Dan Gantzer. Fla\ Grown for Fiber (bundle six. Inches in diameter)First. Charles C. Gray second, J. A. Howard third. M. Dewitt. Brome Grass In StrawFiist, D. T. Wheaton second, H. Zahl, Morris third, Charles ,C. Gray. Wheat. Red Fife(One peck)First, H. H. HeluB, Jordan second, J. Gould, Morris third, D. T. Wheaton, Morris fourth, Thomas Breyer. Wheat, Blue Stem(One peck)First. D. T. Wheaton second, M. Ryan, Morris third, Fred Sprengler, Cologne fomth, C. H. Murphy. Wheat, Winter Red(One peck)First, Fred Sprengler ^second, C. E. Murphy thlid, H. H. Heins fourth, Teter Trauffler, Caledonia. Wheat, Winter Red(Half peck)First, C. E. Murphy second, C. E. Murphy. Wheat, Minnesota, No. 163(One peck)First, C. H. Murphy second, A. II. Gruenhagen, Nor wood third, C. E. Murphy fourth, B. F. Hoyt, St. Paul. Wheat, Any Other Variety(One peck) First, D. T. Wheaton second, Fred Sprengler third, W. A. Wesslnger. Barley, White. Sl\-Ro\sedFirst. W. A. Wes slnger second, C. H. Murphy third, Fred Spren gler. Barley, White, Long, Two-Rowed(One peck) First, W. A. Wesslnger second, C. II, Murphy third, Fred Sprengler. Barley. Black(One peck)First, D. T. Wheaton second, J. Gould, third, C. II. Murphy. Barley, Any Other \ariety (One peck) First, Thomas Broyer second, C. H. Murphy third, W A. Wesslnger. OatsWhite. Side Panicle(One peck)First, W. A. Wesslnger, second, C. H. Murphj third, B. F. Hoyt. Oats, White, Spreading Panicle(One peck) First, C. E. Muiphy, second, W. H Wesslnger third, B. F. Hojt. Oats, Any Other Variety(One peck)First, C. E. Murphj second, C. E. Murphy. Rje, Winter(One peck)First, H. C. Cooper St. Cloud second, W. A. Wesslnger, third, H. C. Cooper. Rje, SpringOne peck)First, I). T. Whea ton second, B. F. Hoyt third, C. E. Murphy. Buckwheat, Silver Hulled(One peck)First, C. H. Murphj second, D. T. Wheaton third, M. Ryan. Buckwheat. Common Black(One peek) First, O. H. Murphj, second, D. T. Wheaton third, Paul Burtzlaff, Stillwater. Wheat, Best Collection of Three ot More Varie ties 1 peck)First, C H. Mnrphy, Caledonia second. W. A. Wefsinger, Fairview avenue, St. Paul, thlid. D. T. Wheaton. Timothy Seed (1 peck)First. C. H. Murphy second, C, E. Murphj, Caledonia third, W. A. Wesslnger. Field PeasWhite (1 peck)First, C. E. Mui phy . second, C. H. Murphj third, D. T. Wheat on. I ield Peas, Blue (1 peek)First. C. E. 'Mur phj second, C. H. Murphy third, D. T. Wheat on. Field Peas, Marrowfat (1 peck)First, C. H. Murphy. HiiKs,eed (1 peck)First. B. F. Hoyt, St. Paul, second, D. T. Wheaton third, H. Zahl, Mor Us. Biovne Grass SeedFirst, C. E. Murphy sec ond, D. T. Whcitov. tlilid, C. H. Murphy. Kentucky Blue Glass SeedFirst, A. C. Coop er. Millet or Hungarian Seed (1 peck)-r-First, W. A. "WesBinger second, Joe Taylor, Medford third. C. II. Murphy. Red Clover Seed (1 pock)First, A. C. Cooper second, W. A. Wesslnger. Mammoth Clover Seed (1 peck)First, C. H. Murphy, tecoud, C. E. Muiphy. Alslke Clover Seed (1 peck)First, A. C. Cooper: second. C. H. Muiphy. Sorghum. Any Named Vtriefty Seed .(1 peck) Fir^t, D. T Wheaton second, C. H. Murphy. Scrghum, Any Named Variety (lo stalks) First, C. H. Muiphj second, C. E. Murphy thlid. Matt Schleicher, Caledonia. Corn,' Broom, Seed (10 heads)First, C. H. Muiphy second, C. E. Murphy third, Thomas Jiejer. Corn, Yellow Dent (15 ears)First, C. H. Mur phy, second, I'etcr Pulen, Caledonia third, W. A. Wessingei. fourth. C. E. Murphy. Corn, White Dent (15 oars)First, C. H. Mur phy: -second, Pctei Palen, Caledonia third, W. A. Wcs&inger, fourth, C. E Murphy. Corn, JVlute Dent (15 ears)First, C. H. Mur phy, second, Themas Breyer. third, W. A. Wesslnger, fourth, A. H. Gruenhagen, Nor wood. '- AGRICtrLTtfRAIb Vegetables, JudgesJ. H. Sheppard, Fargo, N. D. L Roy Cady, Exposition Station, St. Anthony Park"? Minn Tomatoes, Lorillard(Half peck)First, R. Krause, Merrlam Park second, Dan Gantzer, Merrlam Park. Teas, Canadian Golden Vine(* peek)First, Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause. Carrots for Stock(Half peck)First, F. F. Farrar. White Bear second, Joe Taylor, Med ford third, R. Krause. Sunflower, Mammoth Russian(Three stalks) First, J. M. Scharff. North Hamlfne second, Dan Gantzer, third, A. Bremer, St. Paul. Sunflower. White Beauty(Three stalks) First, Thomas Breyer, Cleveland avenue, St. POISO N IVY is one of the most common and most fear ful of summer terrors. Golfers, hunters, fishermen, out-of-door folks generally never know when they are to come into contact -with this poisonous vine. The torturing disease that results Is painful in the extremethe skin burns as if aflame and breaks out in loathsome, torturing sores. Sleepless nights and days of agony often follow, and In some cases the dis ease terminates in eczema of permanent or periodical nature. IP ZEMA-CURA LIQUID APPLIED EXTERNALLY. Is the only speedy, permanent cure of Poison Ivy and similar skin diseases. Take a bottle of ZEMA-CURA with you on your outing, and If you touch Poison Ivy apply ZEMA-CURA at once. ZEMA- CURA will Instantly allay the itching, and if applied immediately will prevent the pread of the disease. In cases where the poison has caused the skin to break out ZEMA-CURA should be applied several times a day. ZEMA- CURA will bring Instant relief and perma nent cure. The Itching, burning sensations of Ec zema and other skin diseases are caused by parasites eating Into the skin and the flesh. "ITCH-MITES" they are some times called. ZEMA-CURA attacks the parasites as Boon as applied. Those nearest the sur face of the skin are destroyed instantly, but others burrow up from the flesh and make their presence known by itching. Then they in turn are destroyed by ZEMA-CURA, and the process is repeated until every traoe of disease is driven from the system. The first application of ZEMA-CURA brings relief to the sufferer. In a short time new skin begins to form, which Is an indication that the germs are being driven out. Continue the use of ZEMA- CURA to protect the new skin from a return of the disease, and an absolute cure is certain. ZEMA-CURA Is sold under a positive guarantee to cure or money refunded. Buy a bottle, and if it is not satisfactory return the empty bottle to the druggist and he will promptly give your money back. The genuine ZEMA-CURA remedies are sold by Dillln Drug company, Washing ton and First avenue S A. B. Hermann, corner Second avenue and Fourth street Gamble & Ludwig, Third street and Hen nepin avenue, where a 32-page booklet on the treatment and cure of SKIN DIS EASES may be had FREE. Write to the Med 1 c a 1 Department, the ZEMA-CURA CO., 7 West 22d St., New York, for com plete, confidential idvice regarding your case, FREE. t Corn, White Flint (15 ears)First, ThomaB Breyer. Com, Yellow FlintFHst, Joe Taylor second, R. Krause. Minnesota* No. 13 (15 ears)Flrst.W. A. Wes slnger, second, Hendrlckson third, Jpe Taylor fouith, B. F. Hoyt. Corn, Pop, Early Red Jacket (15 ears)First, R. A. Krause second, Dan Gantzer. Com, Fop, White Rice (15 ears)First, J. M. Scharff second, R. Krause third, Dan Gant zer. Corn, Pop, Any*Otber \avletyFirst, Joseph Taylor second, R. Krause. From the Garden. Judge, J. H. Shepperdj Fargo, N. D. Beans in Edible Green Pod(1 peck)First, Dan Uuutzer, Merrlam Park second, Paul Burtz laff, Stillwater, Minn., Route 3 third, F. H. Glbbs, Men lam Park. Beans, White or Navy(% peck)First, R. Beans, White or White Navy(^ peck) First, R. Krause, Merrlam Park second, Paul Burtzlaff, third, Thomas Brejer, St. Paul, Minn. Beans, Dwarf LimaFirst, A. R. Kiause, sec ond, Alfred Loeffel, Merrlam Park third, F. H. Glbbs. Beans, Pole LimaFirst, F. H. Glbbs second, R. Krause third, Dan Gantzer. Beans, White KidnejFirst, Alfred Loeffel second, Dan Gantzer third, F. H. Glbbs. Beans, CastorFirst, Dan Gantzer, second, R. Krause. Beans, MarrowfatFirst, Joe Taylor, Med ford, second, R. Krause. Beets, Long Red TableFirst, D. C. Hazelton, Cutler, second, Dan Gantzer third, R, Kiause. Beets, Turnip-Shaped TableFirst, Alfred Loeffel, second, Charles Geesmann, Meirlam Paik third, Thomas Breyer. Beets, SugarHist, Alfred Loeffel second, R. Krause thlid, Fied Sprengler second, D. T. Wheaton, Moirls third, W. A. Wesslnger, Fair view and Jeffeison avenue, St. Paul. Beets, Any Other VarietyFirst, R. Krause second, Dan Gantzer, third, Paul Burtzlaff. Cabbage, Drum Head, Any VarietyFirst, Paul Burtzlaff , second, R. Krause third, F. H. Glbbs Cabbage, Pointed or Conical, Any Variety First, R. Krause second, Paul Burtzlaff. Cabbage. Laigest Late, Any VailetyFirst, R. Krause, second, P. Kollinger, St. Paul third, F H. Glbbs Cabbage, RedFirst. Dan Gantzer second, H. P. Buse, Station A, Minneapolis Cabbage, Any Other VailetyFirst, R. Kiause second, Dan Gantzer. Cariots for Table UseFirst, D. C. Hazelton second, Alfred Loeffel third, Thomas Brewer. CaUfkmer, Any VarietyFiist, H. P. "Busse, Station A, Minneapolis second, P. H. Gibbs third, R. Ki ause. Celery, Golden, Self-BleachingFirst, P. Rol lluger, St Paul. Celerj, Giant PascalFirst, P. Rolllnger. Celerj, Auy Other VarietyFiist, P Rollln ger second, R. Krause Com, Sweet Early MinnesotaFirst, W. H. Brimhall, Merrlam Park, second, Dan Gantzei third. It. Krause Coin. Sweet Extra Early CoryFiist, Thomas Brejer, second, Charles Geesman, third, Paul Burtzlaff. Com, Sweet Crosby, Perry's Hybrid and Simi lar KindsFirst. Thomas reyer second, J. M. Scharff, N. Hamllne third. Paul Burtzlaff. Corn, Sweet, Storwell's EvergreenFirst, Paul Burtzlaff, second. It. Krause third, Charles Geesmann, Merrlam Park. Com, Sweet, Zigzag EvergreenFirst, R. Krause. ' Corn. Sweet, Any Other VarletjFirst, Paul Burtzlaff second, Dan Gantzer. Cucumbers. White Spine TableFirst, Alfred Loeffel second, F. II. Glbbs, third, Dan Gant zer. Cucumbers, LargestFirst, R. Krause second. Alfred Loeffel third, Dan Gantzer. Cucumbers, Best PicklingFirst, W. H. Brim hall second. R. Kiause thirds Thomas Brejer. Egg Plant. Long PurpleFirst, Dan Gantzer second, R Krause Egg PlantNew York PurpleFirst, Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause, third, Paul Burtz laff. Lettuce, HeadFirst, P. Rolllnger second, R. Krause, third, H. P. Busse. Lettuce. Curly LeafFirst. F. H. Gibbs sec ond, R. Krause third, Alfred Loeffel. Onions, Spanish KingFirst, F. H. Glbbs sec ond, Dau Gantzpr: thlid, R. Krause.' Onions, Early White QueenFirst. R. Kiause second, Dan Gantzer: third, Paul Burtlaff. Onions, Any Other VarietyFirst, H. P. Busse second, R. Krause third, F. H. Gibbs. Collection of CeleryFirst. P. Rolllnger. Beans, of Any Other Variety (% peck ot each) First, F F. Farrar, White Bear second, Dan Gantztr, Merrlam Park: third, R. Krause. Onions. Danvers Yellow Glove (^i peck)First, F. H. Gibbs second, H. P. Busse, Station A, Minneapolis third. Dan Gantrer. Onions. Danvers Yellow Globe (% peck) First, H. Gibbs, second, Dan Gantzer third, R. Krause. Onions, Red Wethersfleld f % peck)First, R. Kranse second, Paul Burtlaff, Stillwater third, F. H. Gibbs. Onions, Early Red Flat (H-peck)First, "R. Krause second. F. F. Farrar. Onions, White Glove (% peck)First, F. H. Glbbs second. R. Krause third. H. P. Bnsse. Onions, American Silver Skinned (% peck) Tirst, I'. H. Gibbs second, R. Krause third, Dnn Gant/er. Onion Sets, White Bctton (two quarts)First, Charles C. Gray, Rochester second, Paul Burtz laff third, R. Kranse. Onion Sets, Red Bottom (two quarts)First, ' THE MINNEAPOIffS Paul Burtlaff, second, R. Krause third, Dan Ganrser. _ . Oniou Sets, Yellow Bottom (two quarts)First, Paul RurUluft* second., R. Krause third, Dan Gantzer. , Onion Sets, Red Top ,(two quarts)First, Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause third, Charles C. Gray. Onion Sets, Yellow Top (two quarts)First. Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause. Onion Sets. White Multipliers (two quarts) First, R. Krause. Onion Sets, Rgsptlan or Perennial (2 quarts) First, R. Krause. Parsnips, Long SmcotK C,av peck)First, Dau Gantzer second, R. Kiatisc third, W. A. Wes-. singer, Fairview avenue, St* Paul. Parsnips, Early Hound (% peek)First, Dan Gnntzer, Merrlam Park second, ft. Krause, Mer rlam Park. Peas. In Green PodFirst. W. A. Wesslnger, Fairview avenre second, Dan Gantzer third, H. F. Busse. , Peppers. Large (six each)First, Paul Burtz laff, Stillwater second, Alfred Loeffel, Mer rlam Park third, Daa Gantzer. Potatoes, Early Rose (fc peck)First, D. C. Hazelton, Cutler: second, K. Krause third, Joe Tajlcr, Medfoid. Potatoes, Early Ohio (. neck)First, Alfred Loeffel, secend, R. Kiausa third, F. H. Glbbs. Collection of Peppers (% peek of each)First, R. Krause, second, Dtn Gantzer third, Paul Bnrtzlnff. Collection cf Early Potatoes (% peck each) First, Joe Taylor second, F. F. Farrar third, R. Krause. Collection of Late Potatoes (% peck of each) First, R. Krause second, Joe Taj-lor. Collection of Squashes(3 of each)First, R. Krause* second, Dan Gantzer. Jolleetlon of Turnips(Mi Pk R. Krause. .'ollectlon of Bressica, Including Cabbage, Cauliflower . Kohl Rabl. Brussel Sprouts, Kale Rape, Cow CabbageFirst, Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause. Collection of GourdsFirst, R. Krause sec ond. Dan Gantzer. Swiss Chard(3 bunches)First, R. Krause second, Dan Gantzer. Ptatoes Sir William (% pk)First, Joe Taylor. ( Potatoes. Beauty of Hebron(% pk)(First, D. C. Hazelton second, Joe Taylor. Potatoes. Burbauk Seedling (% pk)First, Joe Tavlor: second, D. C. Hazelton third, J. M. Scharff. Hamllne. 1'otatoen Bovee(% pk)First, Joe Taylor second. R. Krause. Potatoes Rmal New Yorker(%pk)First. Fred Sprengeler, Cologne second, It. Krause third, J. M. Scharff. Potatoes, White Elephant (ft pk)First, R. Krause., Potatoes. Forty Harvest(Mi pk)First, Fred Sprengeler second, Dan Gantzer third, R. Krause. Potatoes. Carman No. 3(% pkFirst Joe Taytor second, Alfred Loeffel third, F. H. Qibbs. Potatoes. Maggie Murphy(Mi Pk)First, Fred Spiengeler second, Joe Taylor third, R. Krause. , Potatoes Sir Walter Raleigh (Va pk)First, Alfred Loeffel. second. W. II. Brimhall, Mer rlam Fark third. Joe Taylor. Collection of Early Varlties Not Named Above1% pg each)First, Joe Taylor second, F. F. Fairer- third. R. Krause. Collection of Main Crop Varieties Not Named Above (V pk each)First. R. Krause second, A. H. Grtienhngen, Norwood third, C. H. Mur phv. Caledonia. Potatoes, Sweet(14 pk)First, Dan Gant- Pumpkins, Field(ft specimens)First, W. A. Wesslnger second, Dan Gantzer third, Albert Loeffel. rumpkins. Pie(3 specimers)First, W. A. Wesslnger: second, R. Krause third, Thomas Biejer," St. Paul. Pumpkins, the LargestFirst, Wan Gantzer second W A. Wesslnger third, R. Krause. Radishes. Any Winter Variety(2 qts)First, R. Krause. second, Dan Gantzer third, Charles Geesmun, Merrlam Park. Radishes Scarlet Turnip(6 specimens) First. H. F. Bussle: second, F. H. Glbbs third, Dan Gantzer. Radishes, Whita Turnip specimens)First. R. Kiause second, Dan Gantzer third, Joe Taylor. Radishes. Long Scarlet(6 specimens)First, R. Krause second, Dan Gavtzer third. F. II. Gibbs. Radishes. Lone White Strassburg(6 speci mens)First. W. A. Wesslnger second, Dan Gantzer third. It. Krause Ridlshes of Any Other Variety(6 specimens) First. R. Kiause second, Dan Gantzer third, W. A W eibingei. , Rutab.iuas. P01 Stock, Any Variety(% pk. First. Fred Sprengeler second, R. Krause third, D. C. Hazelton. Rutabagas, for Stock, Any Variety^(% pk) pk)Fiist. Charles Geismann second, D. C. Hazelton third. Fred Sprengeler. Salsi'v. Largest .nd Snoothset RootsiFirst. M. A. Vye. St. Paul. Minn. second, Dan Gant zer: thir.l, It Krause. Squ.isn. Hubbard(S speoinens)First. H F. Busse. second, W A. Wesilnger third, Alfred Loeffel. Squash. Marbiehead(3 specimens)First, Dan Gantzer. Squash, Cook Neck(S specimens)-^-First, R. Krause secend, Dan Gantzer third, F. H. Gibbs. Siuash, Summerift specimens)First, Dan Gnntrer, second. R. Krause. S'luash, Boston Marrow- (3 specimens)F1rt, R. Kraute second, W. W. Wesslnger third, H. F. Busse Squash, the LargestFirst, Dah Gantzer sec ond, F. H. Gibbs third. Charles Geisman. Tomatoes, Beauty pk) TFint, Alfred /lOeffel, Merrlani Park second, Dan Gantaer, Merrlam Park, third. R. Krause. Merriam Park. Tomatoes, Acme(V4 peck)First, F. H. Glbbs second, R. Krause third, Alfred Loeffel. Tomatoes, Dwarf Champion(Mipeck)First, Dan Gantzer second, F. H. Glbbs, third, Alfred Loeffel Tomatoes, Ponderosa(M, peek)First, W. H. Schulze, St. Paul second, Geoige A. Kersten, Minneapolis third, Mrs. S. McQuire, St. Anthony Park. Tomatoes. Large Yellow(Mi peck)First, F. H. Glbbs second, R. Krause. Tomatoes, Large Yellow Plum(peck)First, Dan Gantzer, second, R. Krause. Turnips, Strap Leaf, Purple Top(% peck) First, Fred Sprengler, Cologne second, D. C. Hazelton, Cutler, third, R. Krause. Turnips, White Globe(% peck)First, R. Krause second, D C. Hazelton. Watermelons, Light Icing(2 specimens) First, R. Krause. Watermelons, Dark Icing(2 specimens) First. R. Krause. Watermelons, Mountain Sweet(2 specimens) First, R. Krause. Watermelons, lionclad(2 specimens)First, R. Krause. Muskmelons, Miller Cream of Osage(2 speci mens)First, R Krause second, H F. Busse, Station A, Minneapolis third, Dan Gantzer. Muskmelons, Hackensack(2 specimens) First, Dan Gantzer second, Paul Burtzlaff third, H. F. Busse. Muskmelons, California Citron(2 specimens) First. Dan Gantzer second, H. F. Busse third, R. Krause. Muskmelons, White Netted Japan(2 speci mens)First, R. Krause second, Dan Gantzer. Muskmelons, Rockyford(2 specimens)First, Dan Gantzer second, R. Krause. Muskmelons, Emerald Gem(2 specimens) First, R. Krause, second, Dan Gantzer. Farm Exhibits. JudgesJ. II. Shepperd. Fargo, N. D. LeRoy Cady, state experiment station, St. Anthony Park. Minn. Display of Grains. Grasses. Vegetables. Fruits and Other Agricultural -and Horticultural Prod ucts by Any Farmer in MinnesotaFirst. D. C. Hazelton. Cutler. $34.15 second. C. H. Murphy, Caledonia, $20.06, third, D. T. Wheaton, Morris, $24 51 fourth, O. C. Thompson, rarmington, $18.33 fifth, B. F. Hoyt. St. Paul, $1S.33. HORTICULTURE. '& - JOUBNAL" imldul in H. L, Jewett third, 3. A. Howard: fourth, A. B. LJrmArtl WK D'F liufjkini s(xth. W., L. Parker. _ WealthyFirst, T. A. Howard second, R. H. L. Jewett third, Clarence Wedge fourth, C. fy Olden fifth, C. W. Sampson. Apples for Amateurs. V\ Mj& j . JudgeW. V- Porker, Farrdlngtont'W *" AnisirnFirst,' H. F. Busse, Minneapolis: sec ond. S. W. ^chuman, Excelsior^ tfbird, U, H. Whitmore, Excelsior. AntonovkaFirst, B. H. Heins, Jordan sec-, tmfl.-^T. -J. Buttettleia, Long Latter third, srw. Schuman. _ Ben Davis-First, B. F. Aitkin, Farmington second, William Oxford, Freburg third, Harulln D. Poore, - OstrokoffFirst, A. B. Coleman. - . PeterFirst. Andrew Wltfert, Cleveland sec ond, Thomas Talbert, Wayata third, Mrs. S. R. Spates. - * PhoebeFirst, H. H. Heins. - 4" PeachFirst, Ditus Day. St. LawrenceFirst, F. i, Butterfleld second, Ditus Day. Striped AnlsFirst, William Oxford second, A. M. Mitchell. Alberta Winn, Redwood 90% 8pRi &", t .WefcKtas, Pwoesrille., gotS F. Currfe?, Mantorville 89 Mrs. W. J .Kendrick, St. Cloud ,..., 88 M, L. Holmes, -Owatonna.,- .. t....... 88 Mrs. J ? H 7 McRostie Owatonna ,7. *..... 02Mt Bessie L. Billings, Detroit * 02 Luejan A. Sweet, Fairmont 91 Alberta Winn, Redwood ' '.. 90% Mrs. L. F. Webring, PayodsTllle 90% E. Currier,,Mr,ntorville 89 Mrs. W. J .Kendrick, St. Cloud 88 M. L.. Holme*. OwAtonwa ,....88 -Ornamental Butter DisplayFirst, Tom Hllson Dairy company second, Mrs. Phelps, Waseca. Granulated ButterFirst, Tom Hilton. pairy PointsMrs. J. H. McRostie, Owatonna, 92 Miss Bessie L. Billings, Detroit, 91% M. L. Holmes, Owatonna, 91 Mrs. W. J. Kendrick, St. Cloud, OCMic. i Full Orcein CheestiFirst, ~A. W. Parkins. Stanton, Minn, 97% points second, G. G. Kyser, Phelps, Wis., 97 third, F. C. Hlnzle, St. Thomas, Minn., 90. Young AmericaFirst, H. W. Parkins, Stan ton, Minn.: second, Jacob Lehnher, Cheney, Minn. Swiss CheeseFirst. Godfrey A-udrlst, Berne, Minn. second, J, J. stocker, Mautorville, Minn. Brick CheeeeFiist, W. J. Hogeefe, St. Paul second, Kasper Stucky, We Concord tbicd, G. Audrist, Berne, Minn. Litoberger CheeseFirst, W. J. Hogoeftf, St. Paul, Minn. second, G. Audrist, Berne. Minn. DisplayFirst, G. Audrist. Berne, Minn. sec ond, W. J. Hogeefe, St. Paul, Minn. 3' \ '* ~ t .BrettP. J3. Pprry. Excelsior second. A. B. Coleman, Long take third, w, J, Tlngley, WitJ?ro. BorovicaFirst, Mrs. S. R. Spates, Wayzata second, H. W. Schunjan third, A. B. Colemau, CharlainoffFirBt, H. W. Schuman second, H. H. Heins third, H. H. Whitmore. FameuserFirst, Nils Anderson, Lake City second, D. F. Aitkin third, Dltus.Uay. Golden RussetFirst, William Oxford second, A. H. Mitchell, Haamond. Grundj-First, X. H. Mitchell second, H. H. Heins. HaarsFirst. Av D. Leach, Excelsior second, A. H. Mitchell third, H. H. Heine. JudsonFirst, A. H. xMitchell second, H. H. Heins. KaumpFiist, A. M. MlWbell second, J. R. Cummins. . Lowland -RaspberryFirst, pitus Day. ' LongfieldFirst, H. H. Wbltinote second, H. F. Buase third, J. G. Bass, Merrlam Park. MalindaFirst. S. O. MiUenp, New Market second. A. B, Coleman, Long Lake third, A. M. Mitchell. . McMabon Whitetirst, S. O. Miller second, Ditns Day third, A. D. Leach Northwestern GreeningFirst, A. D. Leach second, H. II Heins third, H. S. Busse. o f each)First , * " ^ WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT JudgeMrs. Charles R. Fowler, Minneapolis Embroidered Center Piece in RosesFirst, Mrs. C. D. Penfleld, St. Paul second, Miss Isabel Hendricks, Minneapolis third, Mrs. Wal burgir Orben, St. Paul. Honltpn Lace HandkerchiefFirst, Mrs. Jo seph Heinach, St. Paul r second. Mrs. M. Flegal. Minneapolis third, Mrs, S. E. White, White Bear. Point Lace HandkerchiefFirst, Mrs. Fred Schroeder. St. Paul second, Mrs. F. W. Xatz, Minneapolis third.. Miss Viola Hulett. Osseo. Handkerchief With Hand-Made TattingFirst, Mrs. J. A. Thompson, St. Paul second, Mrs. B. Davenport, St. Paul. Hand-Made Lace BerthaFirst, Mrs. J. Lo well second, Mrs. Loophole Hilger, St. Paul. Hand-Made Lace CollarMrs. Christlon Abel. St. Paul second, Mrs. George B. Van Arsdale, St. Paul. - - Point Lace, Best SpecimensFirst, Selma Jaeger, Minneapolis. Honiton Lace, Be3t SpecimensFirst, Mrs. B. S. White, White Beat 'second, Emma Keln, Min neapolis. Embroidery by Girl Under 15 YearsFirst, Ruth Olson, St, Paul second, Ida Erickson, Min neapolis. Embroidery by Lady OvW 60 YearsFirst, Mrs. C. D. Penfleld second, Mrs. E. F. Young, St. Paul third, Mrs. Elizabeth Dreckster, St. Paul. Lace Battenberg Dresser CoverFirst, Mrs. E. O. Molby, Farmington second, MISB Annie Hil ger, ^Minneapolis Embroidered Shirt WaistFirst, Mrs. John Thompson, Minneapolis second, Mrs. Herman Guttman. Mankato. Embroidered Silk (not classed above)First, Selma Jaeger second, Mrs. T. II. Dahl,. Minne apolis. Solid Cotton EmbroideryFirst, Katheryn Kander, St. Paul second, Mrs. E. H. Marks. Minneapolis. Solid Linen EmbroideryFirst, Mrs. J. King stead. Minneapolis second, Mrs. F. E. Ofleffer, St. Paul. Embroidered InitialFirst, Mrs. F. W. Latz second, Jane Hamilton, St. Paul. Lace, Best Specimen by Lady Over 60 Years First, Mrs. M. C. Tommons. St. Paul second, Ailss W. Page, Minneapolis third, Mrs. Augusta Menk, Minneapolis. Aiticles of Fnncy Work (not enumerated) First. Marie Lours. Minneapolis second, Mrs. W. Sweezey, St. Paul third, Mrs, O. Olson, St. Paul. Battenburg Dollies(half dozen)First, Mrs. Fred Schroeder. Drawn Work Lunch ClothFirst, Mrs. E. C. Nerdby, Minneapolis second, MiSs Elsie Swen sen, St. Paul third, Mrs. E. C, Nerdby. Embroidered Lunch ClothFirst, Mrs. C. F. Seward, Minneapolis second, Mrs. Hostetler, Minneapolis: third, Mr*. George Hensler, St. Paul. Embroidered Lunch Cloth in RosesFirst, Mrs. George A. Kersten. Minneapolis second. Mrs. Frank Hamllne. Minneapolis third, Mrs. M. Flegel, Minneapolis. lace Battenberg Lunch ClothFirst, Mrs. Loopole Hilger. Minneapolis second. Mrs. W. Schuub, St. Paul third, Mrs. Phil Schwertzen, Minneapolis. Lace Battenbersr Center PieceFirst. Mrs. F. .T. Connors, Minneapolis: second, Mrs. P. C. Co beriy, St. Paul third, Mrs. E. 0. Mally, Farm- , ington, Minn K: " "" " N * ! ( TetofikjFirst, H.-% H. Whitmore? Becond. Ditus Day third, Nils Anderson, Lake City. UtterFirst, Gust Johnson, Excelsior second, Nils Anderson third, A*. M. Mitchell. Univevsitj-First, A4D. Leach second, H. IT. Whitmore'. third. H. w. Schuman. Wolf RiverFirst. H. H. Heins second, John Logan, Washburn: third, A. M. Mitchell. Apple Sweepstakes. ' Thomas Talbert, Wayzata, J7.40 C. C. Hunt ley, Minneapolis, $7.40 J. W. Howard, Ham mond, $6.95 F. J. Harris, La Crescent, $8.05 D. F. Aitkins, Farmington. $5.55 K. H. Cum mlugs, Bclen Prairie, $4.60 Ernie Sabler, Waseca, $1.85 C. E. Olden, Luverne, $1.40 William Ox ford, Freburg, $1.40. Peck of Wealthy ApplesH. H. Heins, Jordan, S4.C5 C. E. Olden, $4 15 Gust Johnson, Excel sior, $5.20 F. J. Butterfleld, Long Lake, $3.35 F. J. Harris, $2.65. Collection of Ten VarietiesClarence Wedge, Albert Lea. $2.60 H. H. Heins, Jordan, $1.89 Thomas Talbert, Wayzata, $1.80 L. W. Perkins, Farmington. $1.73 F. J. Harris, Norfleld, $1.75, H. H. Whitmore, Excelsior, $1.65 A. B. Cole man, Long Lake, $1.60 R. H. L. JeWett, Fari tault, $1:65, J. W. Howard, Hammond, $1.65 A. D. Leach," Excelsior, $160 Nils Anderson, Lake City, $1.6Q C. E. Olden. Luverne, $1.60 Dewain Cook, Jeffers, $1.60 Ditus Day, Farm ington, $1,50 T. J. Butterfleld, $1.40. Collection(Hybrids and Crabs Excepted) W. L. Parker, $11.20 F. J. Harris. $10.65 J. W. Lufkln, $10.05 Dewain Cook. $10.65 Frank Yahnke, $10, J. W. Howard, $8.90 Frank Yahn ke, $9.40 C. Olden. $3.30. Collection(Excluding Crabs and Hybrids) J. E. Perkins. Red Wing. $7 D. F. Aitkins, Farmington, $5.60: D. C. Hazelton, Cutler, $5.60 Hamlin Poore, Bird Island, $4 60 Ditus Day, Farmington, $3.60 Frank Yahnke, Winona, $3.60. Collection of Crabs and HybridsD. C. Hazel ton, $8: Ditus Daj, $4 D. F. Aitkins, $3. Fall VarietyFirst( J. E. Perkins second. D. C. Hazelton, Cutler third, O. F. Brand & Son, Faribault fourth, A. H. Keays, Elk River. Fall Variety(Open to All)First, D. F. Ait kins second, D. C. Hazelton third, J. E. Per kins fourth. A. B. Lyman, Excelsior. Winter Variety(Not Sweet)First, Frank Yahnke: second, E. B. Lyman third, D. C. Ha zelton fourth. O. F. BranSweetSonOpen d & . Winter Variety(not1 ) to All First, D. F. Aitkins second. Frank Yahnke third, O. F. Brand & Son fourth, A. B. Lyman. Sweet VarietyFirst Frank Yahnke second, D. C. Hazelton third, J. E. Perkins. Grapes, JudgeL. Brackett. Excelsior CollectionGust Johnson, $23 Isabella Barton. $10.80 A. A. Bost, $9.20 H. O. Crane, $6.20 F. L. Harris. $3.65 C W. Sampson. $3.45. AgawanFirst, H L. Crane, Excelsior second, John Zeller, New Ulm third, A. A. Bost, Excel sior. AminiaFirst, Gust Johnson, Excelsior 'Bee*1 ond, A. A. Bost. BarryFirst, Gust Johnson second,? C. W. Sampson. Eureka. '" Brighton^Flrst. A. 'A. Bost second, Gust Johnson third, H. L'. Crane, Excelsior. ConcordFirst. Charles Giesnjan, Merrlam Park ^second. Gust Johnson third, H. L. Crane fourth, H. V. .Poore,,,, ,f ,m imbroideded Sofa PillowMrs. P. J. Swen nes, Minneapolis: second, Mrs. P. J. Lorch, Min neapolis third, Mrs. R. 0. Bross, Minneapolis. Fancy Sofa PillowFirst, Jennie Albenson, Minneapolis second, Mrs. K. M. Bond. St. Paul third. Mrs. A. E. Norman, Minneapolis. JudgeMrs. James Jennison. Minneapolis. Silk Crazy QuiltFirst, Mrs. H. H. Austin, Minneapolis second, Mrs. C. B. Wilkes, North Branch. Silk Log Cabin QuiltFirst. Annie E. Miller, Minneapolis second, Mrs. George L. Hartsock, Minneapolis. Cotton Patch Work QuiltFirst, Mrs. Alice E. Merrltt. Minneapolis. Silk Quilt Made by Lady Over 60First. Mrs. G. C. McCarthy, Minneapolis second, Mrs. P. Peterson. ^Minneapolis third, Mrs, E. Wolfrom, Minneapolis. - c CottageFirst, Gust(Johnson second. A, A. Bost. i - . . Campbell's EarlyFirst, A. A. Bost second, H. V. Poore. * DelawareFirst. H. L Crane second. Gust Johnson: third. Charles Giesman fourtli, Isa bella Barton. Excelsior. ' % J BuchessFirst, H. L. Crane second, .Gust. Johnson third, A. A. Bost. Early VictorFirst. A. A. Bost second, Isa bella Barton third. Gust Johnson. EldoradoFirst, Isabella Baiton second, Gust Johnson. Empire StateFirst, Gust Johnson second, C. W. Sampson third, Jsabelle Barton. Green MountainFiist, C. W. Sampson sec ond. Isabella Barton. HerbertFirst, Gust Johnson. IowaFirst, Gvst Johnson second, H. L. Crane: third, A. A. Bost. JanesvilleFirst, H. L. Crane second, A. A. Bost third, F. L. Htrrls, La Crescent fourth, C. W. Sempson. LindlejFiist, H. L. Crane second, Gust Johnson third, A. A. Bost. Ladyrirst. Gust Johnson second, A. A. Bost third. C. W. Sampson. MarthaFirst, Gust Johnson second, A. A. Bost. MassasoitFirst, Gust Johnson second, A. A. Bost third. C. W. Sampson. Moore's DiamondFirst, Gust Johnson spcoud, A A. Bost, third. C. W. Sampson. Moore's EarlyFirst. A. A. Bost second, Gust Johnson third, H. L. Crane fourth, F. J. Harris. ' NiagararirstGust Johnson second, Isabella Barton third, A. A. Bost. PocklingtonFirst, Gust Johnson: second, Isa bella Barton third, A. A. Bost fourth, C. W. Sampson. Pokeepfde RedFirst, Gust Johnson second, Isabelle Barton. TelegraphFirst, Gust Johnson second, Isa bella Barton. ElderI'irst. Guft Johnson. Woodruff Redrirst, Isabella Barton second. Gust Johnson third, A. A. Bost. WordenFiist. Gu*t Johnson second, H. L. Crane third, Isabella Barton. Wyoming RedFirst, Gust Johnson second, Isabella Barton. 1 BUTTER. Butter awards up to jesterday evening were: F. R. Barnes, Heatvole 94 August Levenson, Klossner , 94 J. F. Kieltj. Watkins 94 E. A. Stenberg, Harrison 94 E. A. Denzol, Montrose 94 0. G. Houun, Freeborn 94 E. L. Weber, Sleepy Ej e 94 L. S. Taj lor. Glenville . 93% J. Byers, Vermillion 88% H. A. Hendrlx, Manchester . * 93% N. J. Koepsell, Ridger. ay 93% G. H. Jensen, Bernadotte 93 )4 Otto Holt. I'olmdale 93% A. P. Almqnist, Rushpoint .. |..).. I.. I.. 93% W. A. Fadden. Plato 93% B. Sy. Ott, Traverse 93% T. D. James. Lake Crystal 93 ft H. Dorn. Fairfax 93 & A. R. Kinney, Nicollet 93% H. P. Olsou, Ashby 93VJ Theo Erickhon, Hoinedthl 93^ A. P. Turtle, Hobson 93i/j J. G. Howe, Oakland 93% E. Stevnhau8. El.slan 93% II. W. Crook*, Buffalo 93Ms W, F. Sahniati, Lorrtto 93'/6 B. B. Scilpture, Rochesfei 93% Wlllam Burchaid. Purity 93J. H. R. Peteiman. Mayer 93% J. C. Joslin. ^lusted 03% L. McNeal. Noith Prairie 93V2 J. F. Fleming, Marietta 93% W. C. Larson, Moland 03% P. E. Christenson. Garfield 83% Judges, U. D. White, St. Paul Samuel Haug dahl and A. W Trout. Exhibitors H. Iiohnbakken, Butternut 97% M. Sondergaard, Hutchinson 97% A. Schroeder. Lafaj-ette 97 ^ E. O. Quencvold, Hutchinson 96% H. J. Rostnau, Mtriden 96% Peter Anderson, Tyler 96% James Sorenson, Lj ndale 95% Elov firlekson, Manktao 95% 11. Rasmussen. Rosendtle 95% Thor Moe, Winthrop 95% A. G. Gurber, Ow atonna 95% II, Springer, Conger - 95% L. Hcrden. Witoka 95% John Frledner, Strout 95 M. L. Sorenson. KandU'ehl 95 A. Peterson, Lindsrroni 94% A. H. Jorgcns^n. Wavcrly 94% John Salley, New Sweden 94% F. W. Stenipkr, McCleary 94% Carl Hammeiberg. Irving 94% O. Hallqulst, Norw ay Lake 94% B. M. Paul. Kellogg 04% Ole Esker. Bloomer, Wis *... 94% A. Paul. Gaylo-d 94% John Grosser, Westbrook 94% John O. Lokke. Linden 04% C. H. Luter, Dunnell 94% L. E. Paulson. Grove City 94% P. O. Anderson. Garvin 94% C. J. Meyer. Casey 91 . W. C. Peterson, Pilot ftrove 94 H. R. Johnson, Belgrade 94 E. G. Babcock, Madelia 94 ' Apples. White PigeonFirst, William Oxford, second. Nils Anderson. Yellow TransparentFirst, J. R. Cummings. Yellow SweetFirst. J. R. Cum^nlngi. DuchessFirst, II. H. Schuman, second, O. C. Thompson. Farmington third. Piml Burtz laff. Stillwater fourth. B. J Butterneld- fifth, Nils Anderson sKth, H. F. Busse HibernalFirst, A. D. Leach second, Nils Anderson third, L. Bartlett, Zunibro Falls: fourth, H. H. Vhltmore fifth, 11. H. Heins sixth, W. J. Tlngley, Wlthro. OkabenaFirst, H. H. Heins second, H. f. Busse third. P. M. Dnhl, MinneapoUs fourth, A. M. Mitchell fifth, S. O. MIllr sixth. Nils Anderson Patten's GieenlngsFirst. Mrs. S. H. Spates second. A. A. Bot.t. Excelsior third, H. II. Whitmore fourth. H. H. Schun.an, fifth, A. D. Leach sixth, P. M. Dahl. PeerlessFirst. A D. Leach second, Emil Sahkr. Waseca third. Gust Johnson fouith, W. J. Tinsslej fifth, Mrs. S. R. Spates si.xth, H. H. Heins. Wealthj-First, A. D. Leach second. H. H. Whitmore third. H. H. Heins fourth, A. H. Opsahl, Minneapolis, fifth. Mrs. S. R. Spates: sixth, F. J. Butterfleld. Apples for Professionals. JudgeProfessor S. R. Green, St. Anthony Park Rollins' ProlificFirst. L. W. Parker second. J. W. Howard third, Clarence Wedge, Albert Lea, Kepka MelenkaFirst. Clarence Wpdge second, L. W. Parker third, J. W. Lufkin. St. La-wrenceFirst, J. A. Howard. Striped AnisFirst, Clarence Wedge seconi. A. W. Keays third, W. L. Parker. TetofskyFirst, A. W. Keays second, W. L. Parker third, F. I. Harris. UtterFirst, I. A. Howard second, A. E. Lyman third, Fred Yahnke. UnirtrsityFirst. C. W. Sampson second, R. H. L. Jewett third, W. L. Parker. Wolf RiverFirst, Clarence Wedge second. J. A. Howard third, Frank Yankhe. 1 WalbridgeFirst, F. D. Harris second, Frank Yahnke. Yellow SweetFirst. Clarence Wedge second. J. W. Lufkin third. W. L. Parker. Yellow TransparentFirst, Clarence Wedge second, C. P. Nichols third. W. L. Parker. DuchessFirst, A. B. Lvman second, W. L. Parker third, J. W. Lufkin fouith, Clarence Wedge fifth, J. A. Howard sixth, C. W. Samp son. HibernalFirst, John Filler second. J. A. Howard third, J. W. Lufkin fourth. Clarence Wedge fifth, C. P. Nichols sixth, C. W. Samp son. OkabenaFirst. J. A. Howard- second. A. B. Lyman third, W. L. Parker fourth. Clarence Wedge fifth, Frank Yahnke sixth, J. W. Luf kin. Patten's GreeningFirst. R. H. L. Jewett second, C. P. Nichols third. C. W. Sampson fourth. W. L. Parker fifth. 7. A. Howard. PeerlessFirst, C. W. Sampson second, R. f ' * fSS Dairy Butter. . . *** /,- E" * * 7-Vj - t *%TV Scorr. Mrs. J. H. McRostie, Owatonna ..TiV... G2V6 Bessie L. Billings, Detroit ^9B Lucian A. Swiet, Fairmont 9i Indiana and Ohio Excursions. The Chicago Great Western railway will on Sept. 1, 3, 15 and Oct. 6 sell tickets at one and one-third fare for the round trip to Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo. Sandusky, Springfield, Elkhart, Fort Wayne, 1M, Fayette, Indianapolis and all Intermediate points in Ohio and Indiana, also Louisville, Ky. For further information apply to L. C. Rains, *enera Agent, corner Nicollet av and 5th st, Min neapolis. $24.75 to Toronto and Return Via Chicago Great Western railway. Tickets on sale Aug. 28 to Sept. 7 inclu sive. For further information apply to L. C. Rains, General Agent, corner Nicol let avenue and Fifth street, Minneapolis. Carey's Magnesia Cement roofing, The most "durable, economical and prac tical Are-proof roofing made. W. S. Nott Company. Both 'phones, 376. - - ' Home Visitors' Excursion Rates Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. On sale Sept. 1, 8, 15, Oct. 6, return limit 30 days. Louisville, Ky., $21,35 Cincinnati, Ohio, $21,35 Columbus, Ohio, $21.80 Sandusky, Ohio. $21.70. Other Indiana and Ohio points in proportion. Tickets 328 Nioollet av. Low One-Way Colonist Rates. On sale via Chicago Great Western rail way on the first and third Tuesdays In each month to Sept. 15, 1903, to points southwest. For further information apply to L. C. Rains, General Agent, corner Nicollet avenue and Fifth street, Minne apolis. , .. All disorders caused by a bilious state of the system can be cured by using Car ter's Little Liver Pills. No pain, griping or discomfort attending thfelr use. Try them SEPTEMBER 5. Young girls at this period of life, or their mothers, are earnestly in vited to write Mrs. Pinkham for advice all such letters are^ strictly confidential she has guided in a1 * motherly way hundreds of young women and her advice is freely and cheerfully given. School days are danger days for American girls. Often physical collapse follows, and it takes years to recover the lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Perhaps they are not over-careful about keeping their feet dry through carelessness in this respect the monthly sickness is usually rendered very severe. Then begin ailments which should be removed at once, or they will " produce constant suffering. Headache, faintness, slight vertigo, pains . in the back and loins, irregularity, loss of sleep and appetite, a tendency to avoid the society of others, are symptoms all indicating that woman^s arch-enemy is at hand. Lydla E. Pihkham's Vegetable Compound has helped many a young girl over this critical period. With it they have gone through their trials with courage and safety. With its proper use the young girl fa safe from the peculiar dangers of school years and prepared for hearty womanhood. A Young Chicago Girl "Studied Too Hard." " DEAR MRS. PINKHAM :I wish to thank you for the help and ben- ~ ent I have received through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Tege- - table Compound and Liver Pills. When I was about seventeen / years old I suddenly seemed to lose my usual good ^^health and vitality.' Father said I studied too, hard, but the doctor thought different and prescribed tonics, which I took by the quart without relief. Reading one day in the paper of Mrs. Pinkham's great cures, and finding the symptoms described an swered mine, I decided I would give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a . trial. I did not say a word to the doctor , A Wool Quilt Made by Ladfy 0ver60B'lrst, Mrs. F. L. Dale, Minneapolis. Knitted or Crocheted SpreadFirst. Mrs. A. Sampsen. St. Paul second, Mrs. Gilman, St. Paul third. Mrs. A. Adams. Button HolesFiist, Mrs. .7. H. Scharff ..sec- ond, Mrs. J. H. Scharff. Beaded PurseFirst, Lillian Garrow, Minneapo lis isecond. Gretchen Mltsch, St. Paul. Beaded ChatelaineFirst. Gretchen Mitsch. St. Paul: second. Mrs. J. H. Hague, Minneapolis. Bended ChainFirst. Mrs. W. H. Card. Minne apolis second, Mrs C. W. Zorm. St. Pam. Beaded BeltFirst. Maud Scharff, St Paul second. Mrs. H. E. Eppcrly. St. Paul. Raffia BasketFirst. Ruth Olson, St. Paul second. Mr. J. Price. St Paul. RaffiA. and Rattan BasketsSecond, Mrs. J. H. Scharff, St. Paul. Silk Knitted MittensSocond, Mrs. C. Pon tlero,' St. PauL Wool -Knitted MittensFirst, Mrs. Harriet Wicks, Minneapolis: second. Alma Mitsch. Ladles' Wool Knitted StockingsFirst, Mrs. Harriet Wicks: second. Mrs. A. Adams. Ladies' Silk Knitted StockingsFirst, Mrs. H. Bwadbend, St Paul. Knitted ShawlFirst, Mrs. R. W. Grlnsted. Minneapolis second, Jessie M. Rend, St. Paul. Best Specimen Cross StitchFirst, Mrs. J, Ringstad. Minneapolis: second, Mrs. Ingelvet. Minneapolis. Crocheted Umbrella ShflwlGretchen Mitsch, St. Paul, second. Alma Mitsch. St. Paul. Best Specimen CrochetingFirst, Pauline John son. Minneapolis second, Mrs. Jacob Nirth, St, Paul. Toilet CushionFirst.. Mrs. E. C. White,White Bear, second. Mrs M. Flegle. Minneapolis. Best Specimen of DarningFirst, Mrs. Inge bret Ausland. Minneapolis second, Mrs. F. H. Scharff, St. Paul. Best Dressed Doll by Child Under 15First, Margaret Drew, St. Anthony Park. Best HemstitchingFirst. Mrs. J. A. Thomp son. Minneapolis, second, Mrs. M. Flegle, Min neapolis. Infant's Lace HoodFirst. Mrs. George Hall, Hamllne: second. Agnes Grlnsted. Minneapolis. Infant's DressFirst. Mrs. Joseph Hemseh. St. Paul second. Mrs Y. II. Murray, St. Paul. Infant's SacqueFiist, Mrs. Christian Abel, St. Paul second, Mrs. C. Pontlers. St. Paul. Best Specimen NettingFirst, Mrs. J. E. Ma lone. Owatonna second, Mrs. J. E. Malone, Owa tonna. Patching an Old GarmentFirst, Maud Scharff second. Helen Drew. Infant's PillowSecond Mrs. M. Flegle. Log Cabin Wool QuiltFirst. Mrs. Ingebret Anslnnd second: Luella Wisbart. Fancy Silk Reticule.First. Ellen Mogensen, St. Paul- second. Mrs. Christian Abel. Hand-Made Drawn RugFirst, Mrs. A. Jones, Minneapolis. Hand-Made RugFirst, Mrs. Ingebret Aus( land: second, Mrs. J. J. Edwin Otteson, Min neapolis. Sewing by Hand. Different Stitches-First, Mrs. Ingebret Ausland. second. Mrs. M. Flegle. Knitted SlippersFirst, Mrs. B. S. White, White Bear second Jessie M Bond. St. Paul. Croeheted SllppprsFirst. Mrs. James Clark, St Paul: second. Alma Mitsch. Stocking BagFirst, Mrs. E. S. White. I bought it myself, and took it according to directions regularly for two months, and I found that I gradually improved, and that all pains left me, and I was my old self once more. 17 E. 22d St., Chicago 111." "Miss Pratt Unable to Attend School." "DEAR MRS. PINKHAM: how much Iiydia E. Pinkham's wonderful Vegetable Compound has done for me. I was completely run down, unable to attend school, and did not care for any kind of society, but now I feel like a new person, and have gained I feel it my duty to tell all young women seveno pounds of in tt I recommend it t all youngflesh women who from female weak- ness.** Miss !Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the one sure rem , edy to be relied upon at this important period in a young girl's life. FOR F t IT If tre cannot forthwith produce the original letters and signatures # Store testimonials, hioh will prore their absolute genuineness. Lydla B. Pinkham Medicine Co., Iiyna, Haas, .' * $5000 threesuffer months. ALMA PRATT, Holly, Mich. The Great Specialist. Disease* of The Largest and Best Equipped Medical Institute of this kind in the Northwest. City papers will prove longest established prac tice. See back numbers. Be convinced. 24 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Office Hours9 a. m. to 5 p. m., 7 to-8 p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. to 12:30p. m. Sale from Summer Complaints' All mammas, and papas too for that matter, dread the heat of summer with it's danger for the little folks, especially the babies. It is simply heart-breaking to read year after year about the great death rate among children^ caused by the summer's heat. Yet it W easy to protect the infants against all sun# mer complaints, because we know that aft these fearful perils have their beginning in stomach and bowel trouble^ and we have a perfect family medicine that will keep the del* ^ icate machinery in a child's bod^r 1" , clean,regularand inhealthyworli* * ,3/ ing order in the hottest weathej *&j ? 1 CASCARETS Candy Cathay|j| fragrant, sweet little candy tablet, and are safe from colic, gripe& diarrhoea, summer rash, prickly he.at and all the mean troubles th& summer brings with it. ^ " ^ **X n uK^th \ 3 -, ^_ MEN EioiMiviiy. Young Men, Middle-Aged Men, Old Men. NERVOUS DEBILITY. LOST VITALITY. nervous, t sspondent or unfit for business or marriage, result of errors, milky urine, organic weakness, aversion to society, powers restored, a radical cure. stages, cuJed ment, price, terms, etc., will be mailed in plain envelope. No medicine sent DR. ALFRED L. COLEafl tic. The plump, bouncing, crow|?^-u ing baby shown here is a CAS* CARET baby. He feels that wa| winter and summer. Nursing, mammas take a CASCARET at. ./bed-time, and it makes their - T mother's milk mildly purgative * and keeps the baby just rigft$ 'Older children like to take thj* A _ Best for the Bowels. AU druggists, wc, 85c, 50c. Nevftr%old in bul* /?Vr\i*/"Ta 0\V\ Th ernuine tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to euro or your monijf fRT\fr(Y\ 0\W Th e genuine tablet stamped IMMtVWWW ^ k Sample and booklet free. Address , '^^aW^^ Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. 4 ,^8 T LIIXIE E. SINCLAIR. / * - 'I BLOODnPOISON, for life , by safe means sores o body, limbslal , \\in mouth and throat, .soon disappear, and your syphilis ty is cured without mercury in less time than at HOT V SPRINGS. URINARY AND BLADDER ailments quickly : cured. Painful, difficult, too frequent or bloody urine also private urinary matters. Varicocele cured in five daysno cutting or pain. If you cannot call, full particulars, giving mode of treat* OR. ALPRED L. COLE. f^ordered.MStsunles H L_ t !Ji