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PAGE FOURTEEN
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VuktagtOB Day By Day.
Washington, D. C., June 29.—It is Im
possible in thinking about the work of
the session now coming to a close, to
overlook the fact that President Roose
velt has been a far greater factor in
legislation than any of his predeces
sors In forcing legislation by calling
public attention to wrongs that might
be righted by legislation.
Nothing has been done at this ses
sion but to pass laws relating to the
trusts. The big corporations have nev
er been in so much hot water as has
X'een lapping around their foundations
the
session now about to write
-sfliiSs .on Its books.
Roosevelt the big corpora
tions were represented in congress by
men whom everybody knows not for
the purpose of promoting legislation
'but lor the purpove Preventing it.
The big corporations be let
alone. In the face of thb Public senti
J1H4U that Is backing Roose*'e,t the ag
elits of the corporations have i)een pow
erless.
Roosevelt pushed through the rstfe
bill, settled the type of the canal, re
made the meat inspection laws, upset
the Immunity bath provided by Judge
Humphreys, and got an allowance of
$25,000 a year for his traveling expen
ses, all against the wishes of the ag
ents of the big corporations, who, in
ante-Roosevelt days, would have pre
vented the passage of any of them.
The Philippine tariff bill Is the one
and complet failure. There had to be
a compromise on all the others except
the canal and traveling allowance
bills. Whether the President surren
dered vital points in them is a matter
of opinion in which the weight is on
the side of the proposition that he did
give up several vital points.
His success in a general way though
makes it certain that if his successors
follow in his footsteps their annual
messages will be documents of prime
importance instead of reading matter
that could be considered at leisure.
It is generally believed that he was a
wise man in forcing an issue in all the
things he had in mind during the first
session of congress, leaving nothing
for the session which begins next De
cember but the passage of appropria
tion bills.
The wisdom consists in forcing the
issue just- before instead of after an
election. After November the law
makers will not care a centennial.
They will follow their own inclination.
Those who failed of re-election will not
care whether they please the president
and those who won will see no profit
in following his lead.
Old-timers, while the anti-trust talk
was sweeping through congress, tried
hard to remember the scenes during
the passage of the first anti-trust bill,
away back in 1S90, when the Sherman
mesure became a law. Memorv failed
to show anything. No one can remem
ber that it excited the smallest bit of
attention. Its passage was as noiseless
as the commission of the 'crime of 73."
Nobody knew at the time of the pass
age of the act, which by the way, was
the product of the same author, that
silver was being demonetized. Nobody
knew when the Sherman bill was pass
ed in 1S90 that a foundation was being
laid for prosecutions sixteen years la
ter that would make President Roose
velt the popular idol.
It is certainly a queer quip of fate
that the Ohio statesman should have
attached to his name the two statutes
passed since the Civil War that have
creted that greatest of popular stirs.
The Sherman anti-trust law is as
broad as the world, and at times pas
ses the wisdom of passing laws that
by the bredth of their terms can be
made to apply to almost any situation
is being shown. Senator Knox thought
that was what was needed for a rate
bill. The other senators did not agree
with him, notwithstanding the success
that has followed the genuine Sherman
act.
Speaker Cannon delivered a mild
lecture to the members of the house
Monday by stating that in these clos
ing days of the present session more
business of vital importance to the na
tion would be transacted than in the
three months previous and it is absolu
tely necessary that close attention to
the business in hand be given, which
could not be done unless order be ob
served. By unanimous consent it was
decided that the house should sit at
from 8 until 11 o'clock to consid
er in committee of the whole the bill
to simplify the law in relation to the
collection of revenues. Mr. Payne of
New York stated that there were a
number of members who believed that
they had messages to deliver to the
country and it had been decided to
permit political speeches to be made
on the bill.
How Don I« Seem to You?
It seems to me I'd like to go
Where bells don't ring nor whistles
blow.
Nor clocks don't strike, nor gongs don't
sound.
And I'd have stillness ail around.
Not really stillness, but Just the trees'
Low whisperings, or the hum of bees.
Or brooks' faint babbling over stones
In strangely, softly tangled tones.
Or maybe a cricket or katydid.
Or the songs of birds in the hedges hid,
Or just some sweet sounds as these
To fill a tired heart with ease.
If 'twern't for sight and sound and
smell
rd like a city pretty well.
But when it comes to getting rest
I like the country lots the best.
Sometimes It seems to me I must
Just quit the city's din and dust,
And get out where the sky is blue,
And say, now, how does It seem to you?
—Eugene Field,
Playing Erea.
A magazine editor was congratulat
ing Richard Harding Davis on the
success of his farces.
!Tou handle, the farce," said the
editor, "as skillfully as you used to
handle the short story. Tou have the
gift of (seeing everything in a farcical
light"
"Oh, I don't know," said Mr. Davis
modestly.
iS-'S' "Could yon/' pursued the editor,
.''treat farcically the situation of a
wife's elopement with her husband's
best friend? Would you get any fun
out of situation so grimly sad and
horrible as that?"
O'- Mr. Davis laughed.
"One ofthe principals In just such
a situation," he said, "got a good deal
of fan out of it I allude to the deser
ted husband. He got fun and a ter
rible revenge as well. This deserted
husband, the day after his. wife's
elopement with his beat friend, sent
the aforesaid best friend a packet and
thefollowing letter:
"Dear 81
r:—Please hand the in
closed set of false teeth to my lata
wife, and a»k to «o good as to
return mylitter's, which, in the hur
ry of the nosiest, sh* took by mis-
Lot
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
Lot.
334
335
336
337
338
339
338A
339B
340
Lot.
354
355
356
357
358
360
361
362
363
Lot.
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
Lot.
372
373
Lot.
375
376
377
378
379
3S0
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
Cochin, buff
Langshan, black
Lot
424
426
426
427
428
420
430
CLASS 32—REGISTERED WEIMRGFNFTF
Boar, 2 years old and over.
Boar, 1 year old and under 2
Boar, 6 months old and under 1 year.77 7 7
Boar under 6 months old, age considered.
Breeding sow, 2 years old and over
Breeding sow, 1 year old and under 2... 7 7.
Sow pig, 6 months old and under 1 year.... .'
und?r
6
333A
333B
«0I»ths
Boar, any age
Sow, any age
Boar, 2 years old and over
Boar, 1 year old and under 2 7 7' 7
Boar, 6 months and under 1 year.!'.'.'.'
n^ar^iUnder
6 months
Boar, 2 years old or over
Boar, 1 year old and under 2 7777
Boar, 6 months old and under 1 year
Boar, under 6 months old, age considered..
Breeding sow, 2 years old or over
Breeding sow, 1 year old and under 2
Sow pig, 6 months old and under 1 year...
SWEEPSTAKES.
352 Boar, any age $10.00
353 Sow, any age 10.00
Boar, 2 years old or over
Boar, 1 year old and under 2
Boar, 6 months old and under 1 year....
Boar, under 6 months old, age considered
Breeding sow, 2 years old or over
Sow pig, 6 months old and under 1 year.
SWEEPSTAKES.
Boar, any age $10.00
Sow, any age
Boar, 2 years old and over $8.00 $5.00
Boar, 1 year old and under 2 8.00 5.00
Breeding sow, 2 years old or over 5.00 3!00
Breeding sow, 1 year old and under 2 5.00 3.00
Sow pig, under 1 year old, age considered... 8.00' 5.00
Herd to consist of 1 boar, and 3 sows, 1 year
old or over 12.00 8.00
CLASS 38—DOMESTIC FOWLS.
ASIATIC.
Wyandottes, buff
Wyandottes, black
Wyandottes, partridge
Javas, black
Dominiques, American
Jersey Blues
Reds, R. I. S.
Lot.
402
MEDITERBAJilAN.
Leghorn, single comb, brown
402A Leghorn, rose comb, brown 2.00
403 Leghorn, rose comb, white 2.00
404 Leghorn, single comb, white 2.00
405 Leghorn, rose
406 Leghorn, black
407 Leghorn, dominique 2 00
408 Leghorn, buff
409 Leghorn, silver duckwing..
410 Minorca, black '. 7.7.7.777 i!66
411 Minorca, white
412 Minorca, black, rose comb
413 Anconas, mottled 77 2.00
414 Audalusian, blue
415 Spanish, black
HAMBURG.
Lot.
416 Hamburgs, golden snaneled
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
Hamburgs, silver spangled 2.00
Hamburgs, golden penciled 2.00
Hamburgs, silver penciled 2.00
Hamburgs, black 2.00
Red Caps 2.00
Champlnes, silver 2.00
Champines, golden .. 2.00
POLISH.
Polish, golden
Polish, silver
Polish, white
Golden Polish, bearded
Sliver Polish, bearded
White Polish, bearded
431Polish, buff laced
Lot.
432
433
434
ENGLISH.
Dorking, white ......
Dorking, silver gray..
Dorking, colored ....
Lot '.
426 Houdan, mottled
4U Crevecoenr, black
417 Fleche, black ...
{#.
mrnm
W
j*Ji
......,
v'V'v'r^-Vt"
1st
old, age considered!
Herd to consist of 1 boar and 3 sows, 1 year
old or over
oW, age considered!!
Breeding sow, 2 years old and over
Sow pig, 6 months old and under 1 year.!!!
Breeding sow, 1 year old and under 2
u°d,fr
341
342
Boar, any age.
Sow, any age.
Lot.
343
•344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
6 onths old. age conl
Herd to consist of 1 boar, and 3
sows, 1 year old or over 12.00
2nd 3rd
Prem. Prem,
$5.00 $2.00
6.00 2.00
3.00 1.00
3.00 1.00
6.00 2.00
5.00 2.00
3.00 1.00
3.00 1.00
8.00 3.00
Prem.
$8.00
8.00
6.00
5.00
8.00
8.00
5.00
5.00
12.00
SWEEPSTAKES.
CLASS 33—REGISTERED DUROC JERSEY.
$10.00 Reserve Diploma.
10.00 Reserve Diploma.
1st 2nd 3rd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
$8.00 $5.00 $2.00
8.00 5.00 2.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
8.00 5.00 2.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
8.00 5.00 3.00
8.00 3.00
SWEEPSTAKES.
$10.00
10.00
CLASS 34—REGISTERED CHESTER WHITE.
ED YORKSHIRE.
1st 2nd 3rd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
$5.00 $3.00
5.00 3.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
10.00 5.00 3.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
I. 5.00 3.00 1.00
IO.OO
CLASS 36—REGISTERED TAMWORTH.
1st 2nd
Prem. Prem.
SWEEPSTAKES.
Boar, any age $10.00 Reserve Diploma.
Sow, any age 10.00 Reserve Diploma.
CLASS 37—FAT HOGS.
PURE BREDS OR GRADES.
Pen of 2 Bacon Barrows, 100 pounds and
under 200
Pen of 2 Barrows, lard type, 150 pounds to
250 pounds
374 Pen of 2 Barrows, lard type, 250 pounds to
1st 2nd 3rd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
$1.00 $ .50
1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
1st 2nd 3rd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .50
2.00 1.00 .60
2.00 1.00 .50
1st 2nd Srd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
1st
1'•
FREIfCH.
Red Gamee, black breasted
Red Games, brown
Duckwing, golden
Duckwing, surer ..
Pylo, red............ ,.......:....
Game/white ..
Game, black
OMM, birchen ....
let 2nd
Prem. Prem.
2.00 1.00
2.00. 1.00
'.. 2,00 1.00
CLASS 39—GAME FOWLS..
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORK8, N. D.
446
447
Lot
448
449
460
461
462
463
464
456
Lot
456
467
468
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
Reserve Diploma.
Reserve Diploma.
1st 2nd Srd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
$8.00 $5.00 $2.00
8.00 5.00 2.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
8.00 5.00 2.00
8.00 5.00 2.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
5.00 3.00 1.00
.1
8.00 3.00
Lot.
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
Lot.
480
481
482
483
484
485
Reserve Diploma
Reserve Diploma
Lot.
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
Reserve Diploma.
Reserve Diploma.
3rd
Prem.
$3.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
1st 2nd 3rd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
$15.00 $10.00 $5.00
15.00 10.00 5.00
15.00 10.00 5.00
Lot
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
3.00
Lot.
514
515
516
Lot.
517
518
519
520
521
622
523
524
525
526
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
635
538
539
638
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.50
.50
.50
.50
.60
.50
.60
.60
639
540
Lot.
1st 2nd Srd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
2.00 1.00 .60
2.00 1.00 .60
2.00 1.00 .60
.2.00 1.00 .60
2.00 1,00 .60
2.00 1.00
2.00 1.00 .60 R:',
2.00 1.00
Lot
642
648
644
646
646
647
648
649
660
661
]si
2nd Srd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
2.00 .1.00 .60
2.00 LOO .60
2.00 1.00 .60
2rd
Prem.
MO
200
2.00
200
am**
2j00
200
200
TM
Lot
662
1.0S
1.00
LOO
LOS
LOO
LOO
LMT
1.00
JS
668
664
MS
666
667
668
3
JO
JS
Game, cornlsh Indian
Game, cornlsh Indian, white...........'
GAME BACTAJfS.
Red Game, black breasted
Red Game, brown
Duckwing, golden
Duckwing, silver
Pyle, red 7.7
Game Bantam, white 7
Game Bantam, black
Game Bantam, birchen ...77
Seabright, golden ..... .......
Light Brahma .'..777
Seabright, silver 77
Rose combed, white 777*
Rose combed, black
Booted, white .........
Cochin, buff 7.7.".*
Cochin, partridge 7 7 7 7 7 7
Cochin, white 777!
Cochin, black 7777!
Japanese, black-tailed
Japanese, white
Japanese, black
White Polish, white crested
Russian, black
Toulouse, gray
Lot.
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
2.00
2.00
MISCELLANEOUS.
Silky, whltei
Sultan, white !!'.'.!!
Frizzles, any color !!!.'!!!!
Rumples, any color
Orphington, buff, single comb
Orphington, buff, rose comb
Orphington, black, single comb
Orphington, black, rose comb
CLASS 40—TURKEYS. DUCKS. GEESE. ETC.
TURKEYS.
Bronze .P$2loo
Naragansett
5."® '..v.'.'!."!.'.' 2 oo
Slate a aa
White
2 22
Biack
i:So
DUCKS.
Pekln, white ^'2 00
Rouen
9 qa
Aylesbury, white !..!!!!!.!.! 2 00
Cayuka, black "..'!!!!! 2 00
Muscovey, colored .7. 77 2 00
Muscovey, white 2 00
Call, gray .7.7.'.'! 2 00
Call, white !!!!!!. 200
East Indian, black 7! 2 00
White crested '. 7 7 7 7.'." 2 00
Indian Runner 2i00
GEESE.
Embden, white 2 00 100
African, gray
Chinese, brown 2 no on
Chinese, white 7!.7!!!! 2i00 1.00
Wild, gray
Egyptian, colored 2.00 L00
CLASS 41—ORNAMENTAL AND PET STOCK.
White Guineas on
Pearl Guineas ".'.!77.'.7.7 100
Pea Powl .7' 7.' 7.7! LOO
Largest display of Pigeons, not less than six varieties. 8^00
Largest exhibit of rabbits, not less than four varieties. 3 00
Pair Guinea pigs
Pheasants, not less than six varieties 7.'. 15 00
Pair Ferrets
Angora Cat 7.7 100
Pair Angora Cats .'.'.77777. 2^00
Collection of sweet
CLASS 42.
Must be two entries and competition to win money.
There must be three entries in this class to win first money other
wise first honors and second money will be awarded.
1st
Best breeding pen (for fowls only) one male
and four female^ for two entries or more
in each breed $300
72 and 73 $3.00
Best incubator in operation 10.00
Best brooder in operation 5^00
Most attractive and finest display of comb honey $8.00
Case white clover honey, 12 to 24 lbs 8.00
Case basswood or linden comb honey, 12 to 24 lbs.. 8.00
Case other white comb honey, 12 to 24 lbs.......... 8.00
Case amber comb honey, 12 to 24 lbs 6.00
Display.of comb honey in extracting frames 6.00
Most attractive and finest display of extracted honey.. 8.00
Case extracted white clover honey, 12 lbs. or more in
glass—labeled .» 8.00
Case other white extracted honey, 12 or more lbs. in
glass—labeled '. 6.00
Case extracted basswood or linton honey, 12 lbs. or
more in glass—labeled 6.00
Display extracted honey from greatest number of
flowers, in glass—labeled 3.00
Display extracted honey, granulated or candied 3.00
Beeswax best quality, 10 lbs. or more 3.00
Honey vinegar, not less than 1 gallon in glass 3.00
Best display of pies sweetened with honey, quality
considered 3.00
Best display of honey cake, quality considered 3.00
Largest and best display of canned fruit, put up With
honey
3.00
Largest and best display of marmalades, Jams and
jellies put up with honey 3.00
Largest and best display of plain pickles in hon.ey
vinegar 3.00
Largest and best display of sweet pickles, put up with
honey and honey vinegar 3.00
Largest and best display, variety of uses for honey
illustrated by Individual samples of different things
into which it enters cake, pastry, meats, etc 8.00
Nucleus of golden yellow Italian bees and queen 6.00
Nucleus of dark or leather, color Italian bees and
queen
6.00
1.M
1.00
GRAND SWEEPSTAKES. 1st
641 Largest, best and most attractive exhibition in this de
partment all things considered $16.00
DIVISION G—FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
CLASS 44—PLANTS.
Superintendent—William Denhlson.
Judge—Mrs. Alfred B. Walker.
llson.
Collection of foliage and decorative plants...
Collection green-house plants...................
Collection of five Banging baskets one of kind..
Collection of coleus i.....
Group of palms in pots
Single specimen palm, one in pot.
Single specimen fern, one in pot
Collection of geraniums in bloom...............
Collection of carnations in bloom................
Vase filled with plants
CUT FLOWEB&
(OPEN TO ALL.)
",1
'XV.
Best collection cut flowers, not less than fifteen va
rletles to be put on exhibition Monday, July 28rd,
and maintained during the week..................$20.00
Not less than ten varieties in each -Collection:
01
tahu"peas.........................
OoUsctkm of asters.
Collection of carnations...
OeUsctfon: of roses...
Collection of gladioli...
.M
1st
2nd
Ird
Prem.
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
BANTAM OTHER THAN GAME.
Prem.
1.00
2nd
1st
Lot
66*
tss-
Prem.
.60
.60
.60
.60
.60,
.60
.60:.',-
ir
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
660
661
662
663
Srd tfi
Prem.
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Prem,
.60
-60
.60
.60
.60
.60
.50
.50
.50
.60
.60
.50
.50
.60
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1st 2nd Srd
Prem. Prem. Prem.
.. 2.00 1.00 .60
1.00 .60
1.00 .50
.. 2.00 1.00 .50
.. 2.00 1.00 .50
.. 2.00 1.00 .50
.. 2.00 1.00 .50
.. 2.00 1.00 .50
.. 2.00 1.00 .50!
.. 2.00 1.00 .50
Lot
671
672
673
674
676
676
677
2nd
Prem.
$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
200
1st
2nd
Prem.
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1st 2nd
Srem. Prem.
2
00 100
2.00
Factories. .'
100
1st
2nd
Prem.
$ .60
.60
.50
6.00
2.00
.50
I QO
Lot
581
.50
.60
1.00
Prem.
No space will be given to incubators or brooders not fn operation.
DIVISION F—HONEY. BEES & APIARIAN SUPPLIES.
Superintendent—Ira Lampman.
Judge—Thomas Durbin, Englervale, N. D.
CLASS 43—HONEY.
682
3rd
Prem.
2nd
683
Prem.
1st
584
686
686
$2.00
$2.00
5.00
3.00
$1.00
$1.00
687
688
589
690
591
592
2nd
Prem.
693
Prem.
$5.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
694
695
696
697
598
699
600
601
4.00
608
3.00
604
3.00
606
2.00
2.50
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
609
610
611
612
2.00'
613
614
616
616
617
618
619
2.00
2.00
2.00
6.00
2.00
2.00
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(FOR PROFESSIONALS.)
'Prem.
$10.00
'Prem.
621
2nd
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Prem.
$10.00
Lot
622
Prem.
fU.00
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100
2.00
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DR8IONB, BA8KBT8 AND BoboUST&
To be placed on exhibition Hiurs^ty a. day of the
Table decoratlons--Table to beovid, 4feet wideand
table cloth and dishes used to ite f«r-
^nlshed by exhibitor jaMf
Twelve-inch basket of flowers.
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Hand bouquet ... ...... -v.,.ii,..i....t..-J.....s...WSJ*
Bridal bouquet, whit* flowers.... i.7..I.r.- f.00
ws CLASS 45—OUT 1LOWSB&
(FOR AMETB0RS.)
JfF mL'h.S? a W $
U.jNot less than-ten varieties lneach collection.
vf Lot
664
666
666
667
668
669
670
Collection of astiors......
Collection of dahlias.....
Collection of gladtolo ...7.
Collection of nasturtiums... ...
Collection of marguerita carnations.
Collection of pansles ....
Collection of verbenas
Collection of zinnias....,...... ... ....
Collection of perennial phlox-w.7."
Collection of "sweet peas.
Collection of snap dragons...... ..77!".! 200
Collection of gallardia. ......7.7 200
Best collection of perennials, not less than ten
varieties 200
Best collection of annuals, not less than flfteen w
rletles"
DIVISION H. BUTTER AND CHEESE
Superintendent—R. F. Flint
Judge—Prof. Joel G. Winkjer.
Flavor .........
Body
Color
Salt '. 10
Package and Package 5 $
CHEESE.'"
Creamery butter in packages of not
Collection of not less than 20 varieties, of
not less than 10 species each, except
pumpkin, squash, watermelon and cab
bage, 3 each. Money to be divided accord
ing to score, 100 to be taken as a standard.$30 00
To the exhibit scoring highest in this class
an additional 12.00 will be paid, for the
second best $8.00 third best $5 00 To
be scored Monday, 9 a. in
1st
(Grown in year 1906.) Prem.
Collection of herbs, six or more varieties
for culinary purposes $2.00.
Beans in edible green pod, peck 2.00'
Beans, wax in pod, peck 2.00
Beans, in green pod not nagied above,
peck .... 2.00
Beans, white or navy, shelled, peck..... 2.00
Beans, any other variety, shellel peck.. 2.00
Beets, for table use (6 specimens) 2,00
Beets, mangel-wurtzels (3 specimens) 2.00
Beets, any other variety (6 specimens).... 2.00
Cabbage, drum head, any variety (3 speci
mens) ., .. 2.00
Cabbage, round head, any variety (3 speci
men's) 2.00i
Cabbage, red, any .variety (3 specimens)... 2.00"
Carrots, for table use (6 specimens) 2.00
Carrots, for stock, (6 specimens).... 2.00
Cauliflower, any variety (3 specimens).... 2.00
Celery, golden self blanching t6 bunches).. 2.00
Lot Prem.Pran.:
•24 Oorn, iritlts fllntj 16 ears...M.00 $2.00
•M Corn, yellow flint, IS ears ...v.... 8.00 2.00
00R9—TELLOW DEHT THUETHS,
1st 2nd
Jj*. wx Prem. 'Pram.
Of Com/ Minnesota King, 16 ears....«|.00
MT Corn, Golden Dent, IS ears...... 8.00
W Oorn, Northwestern Dent 16 ears.. 8.00
SW Oora» Dsat, any other variety, 16
00 2,00
00 2.00
1*2 s-ff F1 .. .. .. S.C
SM MS SIS fllix seed (1 bu.) .j
2':.-
1st
Flavor 45$
Texture 30
Color ... iftSs,.,,.,™.
Salt 10tN«V
Style ............. 6 'k
1
CLASS 46 BUTTER.
IOBS
CLASS 47 CHEESE.
Open to North Dakota Cheese.
679 Best creamery cheese not less than 10 pounds In weight. $6.00
Open to North Dakota Farmers
Factories. jgt
680 Best dairy cheese not over 10 pounds each in weight..
1$6 00
DIVISION I—AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
Superintendent—S. H. Crothers. 4
Judge—James Holes. 1
CLASS 48—VEGETABLES.
(Grown in year 1906
2nd,:'iSr
Prem.("
H.OO
1
Celery, White Plume (6 bunches).......... 2.00
Celery, any other variety, (6 bunches).1.... 2.00
Corn, sweet six ears In husk 2.00
Cucumbers, for table use, any variety of 7
white spine (6 specimens) 2.00".
Cucumbers, for table use of any other var- Vr
iety (6 specimens) 2 00
Cucumbers for pickling, 2 to 4 in. long,
peck) .... 2.00'
Potatoes, best collection, early, medium and
late, not less than ten varieties. $30.00, to s., v,K
be paid pro rated among all exhibitors...80.00
606 Potatoes, best early, (l peck)............. 6.00
607 Potatoes, best medium, (1 peck) 6 00
60s Radishes, scarlet turnip (12 specimens).... 2 00 1
Radishes, long scarlet (12 speCimeps).... 2.'00#S
Radishes, long white, (12 specimens)...... 2.00?S
Rhubarb (6 stalks) 2.00
Rutabagas, for stock, any variety (6 speci- i§
mens).. 2.00
Rutabagas, for table use, any variety. (6
specimens) ..
Spinach (1 peck)
Squash, fummer crookneck, (5 s.
Sunflower, Mammoth Russian (3 stalks).
Sunflower, any other variety (8 stalks)....
Tomatoes, red (10 specimens).........:..
Tomatoes, yellow, preserving, peck)...
Turnips, strap leaf, purple top (10 va
rieties)
Turnips, White Globe (1 peck)........
,m_ FIELD CROPS.
(Ten heads required, with each variety "of small grain: and tha
same of each variety exhibited so that an assistant mar arranm to
properly display the names of all varieties.)
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Prem.
12.00
2.00
2-00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2001
1st
Prem.
2.00
2.00
I.00
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100
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1.00
2nd
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1.00
100
100
100
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100 Kt" Siv
than 20 pounds.
Rules 6 and 7.
lot 677A—For more than 20 entries $60 00 will be divided pro rata.
Lot 677B—For 20 entries or under $25 00 will be divided pro rata. If
Lot 677C—For one entry only Diploma.
Dairy butter in packages of not less than 5 pounds P
Lot 677D—For more than ten entries $26.00 will be divided pro rata. ~mm*
Lot 577E—For ten entries or under $16 00 will be divided pro rata.
Lot 577F—For one entry only Diploma.
Creamery or Dairy. Ornamental 1st 2nd
578 Best display of ornamental butter in not less thaw 8*
pound lots made up in small prints not leBs
quarter pounds $500
Si:
92.00
2nd
Prem.
Prem.
$2.00
2nd
Prem.
$2.00
11
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2nd
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$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.60
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1
1.00
1.00
1.00
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2.00 m-n
2.00
2.007'Ks
2.00
2.00
2.00
GRAINS.
Best exhibit of small gradns, wheat. barley and flax,
threshed and in straw, to be shown on table 3x6 fast with
wall space abovei both qoallty and arrangement to be con
sidered $30 to be divided among all exhibitors..
Wheat, red life, -(l
Wheat blue stem (1 bu.).......,.. 6.00
Wheat, Macaroni (1 bu.)... 6.00
Barley, white, six rowed (l bu.).. 4.00
Barley, white, long, two-row«d (1
hn.).. .. .. .. .. .. .. V.. .... 4.00
Barley, any other variety (1bu).. 4.00
Oats, white side, panicle (1 bu.).... 4.00
Oats, any other variety, (1 bu.).
Rye, winter, (1 bu.)....:.......
Rye, spring, (1 bu.)...........
Buckwheat (1 bu.)
...$w.oo
4th
Pmn.
$1.00
1.00
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2nd
Srd
Prem.
Prem.
$2.00
S.00
1.00
1,00r
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.99
Prem.
$4.00
4.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
4.00,
4.iOO
4.00
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