THE SdUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
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Abput $3,000 in Handsome Merchandise and Cash Prizes will be given for the growing of Farm Products and Fruits, Poultry,
Domestic Science and Fine Needle Work, etc., etc. This is the greatest list of prizes ever offered in any like event held anywhere.
No County Fair Lists will compare at all. Time now to get busy and win in some of these events.
Contests opm to Country Folks outside of
South Bend, except as mentioned In individ
ual instances, as schools.
NORTHERN INDIANA GAS & ELECTRIC
CO., 215-217 South Michigan street. Product
naked Biscuits: First prize, $ 25 portable
lamp; second prize, $15 portable lamp.
Product .Soda Biscuits: First prize, $25
portable lamp; second prize, $15 portable lamp.
(1 doz. for entry.)
II. A. LUNDY & CO., cloaks and suits. 235
South Michigan street. Product Wliito Bread:
First prize?, set of furs, valuo $30; second prize,
plush or cloth coat, $25; third prize, suit, value
$18.50. (On loaf.)
UNION" SHOE STORE, retail shoes, 223
South Michigan street. Product Fruit Cake.
Prizes: First, pair lady's $4 6hocs; second,
pair lady's $3 shoes; third, pair lady's house
slippers; fourth, pair lady's house slippers.
3 IEHC1 IA NTS NATIONAL BANK, 229 South
Michigan street. Product Cookies. Prizes:
First, savings account book, $5; second, savings
account book, $3; third, savings account book,
$2; fourth, savings account book, $1.
(Ono plato for entry.)
CHARD & T03nSETT, hardware, 233 South
Michigan street. Product Brown and Graham
Bread. Prizes: First, coffee percolator, $3:
second, casserole, $2. Brown First, coffeo
percolator, $3; second, casserole, $2.
3myrOX'S DRUG STORE. Product Best
Loaf of Ryo Bread, baked by student in any St.
Joo Co. echool. Prizes: first, No. 2A Brownie
camera: second, No. 2 Brownie camera; third,
No. 1 Brownie camera.
BItAXDON-DUItUELD CO. Product Cakes.
First prize, $25 suit; second prize, $5 hat; third
prize, $3 handbag.
1'R.VNK C. TOEPP, JEWELER. Product
Salt liaising Bread First prize, $25 diamond
ring, and four more prizes to be announced
JONES FURNITTUi: STORK. Product
Corn Bread. First prize, sideboard; second
prize, parlor cabinet: third prize, sofa.
1 1 MRU'S ilOOK STORi:, 111 W. Washington
ave. Product Best Laf of Bread baked by
.student In schools of county outside of South
Bend and Mishawaka. First prize, 39 vol. set,
leather bound. "Shakespeare," value $12.00;
second prize, 3-4 leather, Longfellow's Poems
value $4.00; third prize, Mrs. Farmer's Cook
Book, value $1.60.
GEORGE II. WHEELOCK & CO., "West
Washington Ave. Product Best Loaf of Bread
baked by student of tho Sout'i Bend City
Schools. First prize, $25.00 worth "esr-Ever"
Aluminum Cocking Utensils; second prize,
$15.00 100-piece Dinner Sef.'third prize, $10.00
Electric Reading Lamp.
R. R. PECK, SHOES. 10t W. Wash av. Pro
duct Best Loaf of White Bread baked by stu
dent in the Mlshawaka pchools. First prize,
pair best Shoes in the house; second prize, pair
J 3.50 Shoes; third prize, pair House Slippers,
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO., five and ten-cent
store, 225 South Michigan street. Product
Pics. Prizes: First, $10 In trade; second. $7.50
Jn trade; third, $5 in trade; fourth, $2.50 in
' AUDITORIUM THKATTTR, South Michigan
street. lYtxluct, Ginger Bread First prize,
lower box of 8 seats; second prize, upper box
of 6 seats; third prize, 4 seats anywhere. Good
during week of exposition.
(Ono top crust pi for entry)
A Qnart.or Pint Size Can to Constitute Entry.
PLATT PERKEY, clothiers, Michigan
street, corner Wayne. Product Canned
Peaches. Prizes: First, $15 suit or over
coat; second, $9.99 suit or overcoat; third,
$2.99 pants; fourth, $2 hat.
C. W. COPP, Music Shop. 23 S South Mich
igan street. Product Canned Strawberries.
Prizes: First, $7.30 in merchandise; second,
S3 la merchandise; third, $2.50 in merchan
dise. O. P. NOISOM, jeweler, 140 South Michi
gan street. Canned cherries. Prizes: First,
ladies' jfolid gold Tiffany ring, with birth stone,
$3; second, solid silver souvenir epoon,
$1.30; third lino sold filled bar pin, $1.25;
fourth, ladies' gold filled brooch, $1.
1 CABLE'S LUNCH ROOMS, 202 South
Michigan street. Product Canned Vegeta
bles (largest collection). Prizes: First, $5
in gold; Fecond, $3.25 meal ticket: third, $2
box of cigars or trale; fourth, $1 in trade.
L. GOLDBERG, ladies tailor, West Jeffer
son boulevard. Product Spiced Pears.
Prize: First, will mako skirt frco of charge,
labor only, $5.
GROSSLWS, 321 S. Mich. SL Product:
Canned Tomatoes l?t prize. $20 broadcloth
ro.it; 2nd priz $10 dress; 3rd prize, $3 hat;
4Ui prize. $3.50 waist.
NICHOLAS SCHILLING, druggist. 303
South Michigan street. Product Raspber
ries and Plums canned. Prizes: First, 2A
Brownie camera; second, 2 Brcrvrnle camera;
third, 2A brownie camera; fourth, 2 Brownie
WILLIS KIXYOX. Florist. 13S South
Michigan Ftieet. Product Jellies, all kinds,
lt prize, largo palm; second, largo Whit
manii fern; third, Boston fern; fourth, asp
(Regular Jelly Size For Entry.)
THE VEGETABLE SHOW 'WFoetc." car
GREEXEBAUM-SM1TII FURNITURE CO.,
326-328 South Michigan street. Largest Col
lection of Vegetables. First prize, brass bed;
second prize, kitchen cabinet; third prize,
rocker; fourth prize, pedestal.
(1 or More of Each.)
ST. JOE FURNITURE, CARPET
STOVE CO., 122 South Michigan
White Potatoes, Carmine variety. Prize, one
one golden oak buffet, value $22; Rural New
York variety, ono library table, value $22;
all other varieties, ono set siz dining chairs,
value $18. (One-half Bushel For Entry.)
ROBERTSON BROS. CO., dry goods. 127
129 South Michigan street. Largest Pump
kins. First prize, tailor mado suit, $25;
second prize, pair blankets, $5; third prize,
table cloth, $3; fourth prize, bed spread,
$2.50; fifth prize, hand bag, $2.
ADLER BROS., clothing, Michigan street
and Washington avenue. Proluct, Crooked
Necked Squashes. Prizes: First, Hirsh
Wickwire suit or overcoat, $25! second, So
ciety Brand, $25 suit or overcoat: thirl, Star
Sweater $5; fourth, Dean hat, $3.00.
THE SAILORS BROS. CO., modern home
outfitters, 307-9-11 South Michigan street.
All of Which to Bo Judged Scientifically.
NEWMAN'S, women's outer wearing ap
parel, 123 South Michigan street Produce
White Corn: Prizes first, coat, value, $10;
second, dress, value, $7.50; third, ekirt, val
ue, $5; fourth, waist, value $1.95.
(Exhibit of 10 ears.)
CLEIS & CO., Jewelers. 224 South Mich
igan street. Product Rye. Prizes: First,
watch; second, fob; third, cuff buttons;
fourth, tio clasp. (Exhibit of 1 Pk.)
C. E. LEE, wall paper and paints, 222
South Michigan etreet. Product Buck
wheat. Prizes: First, $5 in trade; second,
$3 in trade; third, $2 in trade.
(Exhibit of 1 Pk.)
NEW YORK CANDY IHTCHEN, candy,
125 South Michigan street. Product Pop
corn. Prizes: First, 100 pounds of sugar;
second, 10 pounds of candy; third, five
pounds of candy.
(Exhibit of 10 ears).
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK & TRUST
CO., 102-104 South Michigan strec. Pro
duct Wheat. Prizes: First, $5; second,
$3.00; third. $2.00.
(Exhibit of One Peck.)
II. LEM1NTREE, 222 1-2 South Michigan
street. Product Spring Rye. Prizes: First,
First. $7.50 field glasses; second, $3.50 com
pass; third, $2 reading glass.
(Exhibit of One Peck.)
A. IT. HELLER, Furniture. Product:
Oats let prize, genuine Turkish leather
rocker; 2nd prize, genuine oak library table,
mission finish; 3d prize, genuine oak arm
rocker, mission finish.
(Exhibit of Ono Peck.)
SAM'L SPIRO CO., Clothiers.
Yellow Corn 1st prize. $25 II. S. &
M. suit or
overcoat: 2d prize. $15 suot or overcoat; 3d
prize, pair $5 pants, all wool; 4th prize, one
pair $4 bench mado shoes; 5th prize, choice
of any $3 hat.
THE PHILADELPHIA, "The House of
(Exhibit of 10 ears.)
Purity", North Michigan street. Product
Clovcer Seed 1st prize. 200 lbs. sugar; 2nd
prize, 100 lbs. eugar; 3d prize, 50 lba. sugar.
One box of candy to every contestant.
(Exhibit of Two Quarts.)
THE VEGETABLE SHOW
LIVINGSTON'S, clothing, 110-112 W. Wash,
st. Product Largest Pio Pumpkins. First
prize, boy's suit, value $10; second prize,
boy's suit, value $6; third prize, boy's sweat
er coat, value $1.50; fourth prize, cap, value
All Birds to be in your own coop.
SOUTH REND RUBBER CO., rubber goods,
206 South Michigan street. Poultry Pairs.
Barred Rocks. Prizes: First, rubber coat;
second, pair rubber boots.
I). 1 GERttER, tailor, 127 West Jefferson
boulevard. Product Poultry, belt pair Rhode
Island Reds. Prize: First, pair trousers to
BOSTON DAIRY LUNCH ROOM, 123 West
Jefferson street. Product Poultry, White
Rocks. Prize: First, meal ticket for 21 meals.
JIMMIE COLLARD, meat market, 12Z West
Jefferson boulevard. Product Poultry, best
Barred Rock Hen. Prizes: First, large roast
of beef, $1.50; second, small roast of beef, $1.
TYPEWRITER SHOP, 119-121 West Jeffer
son street. Product Poultry, Buff Cochin Hen.
Prizes: First, fancy ink bottle and stand; sec
ond, fine letter rile; Buff Cochin, pair, third,
fancy ink bottle and stand; fourth, fine letter
Tu B. ARMSTRONG, Remington Typewriters,
127 West Jefferson boulevard. Product
Poultry, White Leghorn Hen. Prize: First,
AMERICAN CREDIT JEWELRY CO., jew
elry. Main street and Jefferson boulevard. Pro
duct Poultry, Black Minorcas. Prizes: First,
$15 ilver tea set; second, $7 silver smoking
set; third, $5 umbrella.
Product Watermelons: First prize, buffet,
$25; second prize, rocker, $6.50; third prize,
36x63 Axmlnster rug, $3.9$.
JOHN WILI I ELM, ladies ready-to-wear.
139 South Michigan street. Product Pars
nips. Prize-: First, dress, value $10; sec
ond, waist, value $5.
(Bunch of Six for Entrv.)
HURWICH & KAPLIN, clothiers, 132
South Michigan St. Product Luna Beans,
(dry). Prizes: First, suit, $15; second,
Raincoat, $10; third, Tiger hat, $3.
(One Quart For Entry.)
KABLE LUNCH ROOMS , 104-106-108
North Michigan street. Product Tinted
Onions. Prizes: First, $5 in gold; second,
$3.2o meal ticiret; third, $2 box of cigars or
trade: fourth. St in trade.
OFFICE OUTFITTING CO., Main and Cen
ter streets. Products Gourds. Prizes
trade; fourth, $1 in trade. (10 Finest)'
First, fountain pen; second, ink stand; third
FRE YERM UTI I A RT STORE nw,,Me
a.i ijapt-r, iii Aortn Michigan street. Pro-duct-
Into Onions. Prizes: First, $25 oil
painting; second, $15 water color; third,
$.ou room wall paper: fourth .? 7
y 1 11 LA
'SKST- ... (10 Finest.)
1 w.v, ciotmers, 329 South Michigan
Product Small Cucumbers. Prizes:
11ns ueeis. rrize: Suit pattern, 3 1-2 yards
Imported black serge, worth $11.25.
(10 For Entrv.)
POMMKRT & JAY, barber shop and cigar
store, 220 South Michigan etreet. Product:
Kohlrabis. Prizes: First, calabash pipe;
second, box of cigars; third, shaving ticket.
(Six for Entrv.)
SOUTH BEND TEA & BUTTER STORE,
butter and teas, 127 North Main street. Pro
duct Rutabagas. Prizes: First, 10 pounds
cclebratel Town Talk coffee; second, five
pounds celebrated Town Talk coffee; third,
uireo pounus or tea (Six Highest Scoring.)
ELBEL BROS., .music store, 106 Sou
Michigan street. .Product Cauliflower.
Prizes: First, parlor organ; second, roll of
sheet music; third, roll of sheet music.
CALVIN K. CLAUER, jeweler, 105 South
Michigan street. Product Hubhard Souash-
es. Prizes: First, $16
second. 5s berry dish; third, $7 pearl
gold umbrella; fourth, $2 gold brooch; fifth,
$2 gents' chain.
THE PEOPLE'S CREDIT JCLOTIIING CO.,
clothing, 314 South Michigan street. Product
Cabhagp, (pointed head and red). Prizes:
First, pants, $7.50; second, petticoat, $5.
(3 Heads for Entry.)
WALK-OVER SHOE CO., shoes, 137 South
Michigan street. Product Tomatoes. Prizes.
one pair women's $3.50 shoes; seconl,
ono pair women s $2.o0 shoes; third, one
pair chillren's $2 shoes; fourth, one pair
childen's $1 shoes. (Six Eo Entv.)
O. MENNUCCI CO., candy, 129 North Main
street. Product, Rutabagas. Prizes: First,
five pound box of candy; second, three pound
box of candy; third, two pound box of candy.
(Largest Six For Entry.)
INDEPENDENT FIVE AND TEN CENT
STORES, 132-133 South Michigan street. Pro
duct Mot Distorted Squashes. Prizes: First.
$5 in trade; second, Z in trade; fourth, $2.50
JOHN R. NOBILE, candy, Michigan street.
Product Carrots. Prizes: First, five-pound
box of home made candy; second, three-pound
box of home made candy; third, two-pound
box of home mado candy.
(Bur.ch of six for entry.)
Tin: ILMIIrON & LEVEY CO.. clothing
store, 204 South Michigan street. Product
Perfect Turnip. . Prizes: First, choice of suit
or overcoat; second, choice of trousers.
(10 highest scoring.)
H. S. yilLER, book store, 12 4 South Michi
gan street. Product Yams. Prizes: First,
handsome toilet set; second, three-volume set
French Revolution, Carlisle; third, Bill Nye's
History of U. S. (3 for entry.)
EDW. F. HAVERSTOCK. sewing machines
and dress forms, 208 West Jefferson. Product
Vegetable Freaks. First prize, full figure
adjustable dress form; second, hand vacuum
cleaner; third, full figure non-adj. dress form.
W. R. BAKER S: CO., shoes. 114 West Wash.
Ave. Product Radishes. First prize, ladies'
or men's shoes. $4.00 value; second, ladies' or
men's shoes, $3.50 value: third, ladies' shoes,
$2.50 vlue; fourth, children's shoes. $1.00
value. (Bunch of 6 for entry.)
C. A. DOLPH. furniture. Product Cabbage
(flat head). First prize, second prize, third
prize. (3 heads fcr entry.)
1st Prize Rocker.
2nd Prize Carpet Sweeper.
r.rd Prize A Handsome Picture.
ill. M. COX. pianos and player pianos. 316 S.
Michigan street. Product Larsc-t Turnips.
First prize, credit check on any piano or play
er piano in our store, value $50.00; second
prize, pood second hand organ; third prize, one
new piano drape. (10 largest.)
KLIN GEL AND KUEHN, shoes for all, 112
N. Main st. Product Celery. First prize, pair
shoes. $3.50; second prize, pair shoes, $3.00.
(3 bunches for entry.)
UNION TRUST CO.. 120 South Main street.
Iroluct. Jersey Sweet Potatoes First prize,
5 3.00 cru;h: second prize. $2.00 cash.
CENTRAL ELECTRIC CO.. 12S South Main
street. Product, Bot Collection of 12 Amateur
Kodak lectures of scenes from the surround-in-
territory First prize. $25.00 Electric
Chaffing Dish; second prize. $15.00 Electric
Table Lamp. Special One Prize For the
largest collection of amateur KMak Pictures,
regardless of where taken A $H00 Adjustable-
Floor Electric Beading Limp. -
Onen" to all vcunc people in this vicinity.
KELLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL. East Wayne
street. Spelling Book Contest $60.00 shcolar
ship to the best speller in a contest during
week of exposition. Open to younc folk.
TI'O T I -v " -4 A
i lrbi, nne uress siiirt; second, necktie; third.
J. J. KRUZBERGER, merchant tailor,
uest Jefferson boulevard. Prndnrf iioL-
ages 16 to 21, living within a radius of 40
miles from the city. (South Bend and small
cities excepted). Reason South Bend not in
cluded, this school gives a scholarship every
year to one of the graduates.
SIDNEY UNGER, cigar store, 116-11S East
Jefferson st. Product Mangel Wurzcls, the
largest. First prize. $10.00 in cigars; second.
$7.00 handsome pipe; third, $4.00 steel Ashing
NEWARK SHOE STORE, Save-a-Dollar
Store, ICO West Washington street.. Product
Netted Cantcloupe. First prize. 1 pair
shoes; second prize, 1 box guaranteed hose.
(3 for entry.)
THOS. WILLIAMS, plumber. 122 E. Jeffer
son street. Product Red Kidney Beans (dry).
First prize, $3.00 in trade; second prize, $2.00
in trade. (2 quarts for entry.)
mi. 31. li. FRALICK, millinery, 131 N.
Main st. Product Lettuce and Endive. Let
tuce, first prize, $10 hat; second, $5 hat. En
dive, one prize, $8 center piece.
(1 complete plant for entry.)
GRAND LEADER, tho store that does
things, 132 W. Washington st. Product Green
Skin Cantelotipe. First prize, ladies' dress,
value $10.00; second, men's raincoat, value $5;
third, boy's suit, value, $2.50; fourth, ladies'
shirtwaist, $1.30. (3 for entry.)
Alfalfa, Clover, Soy
Cow Pea Plants, etc.
Beans, Stalks of Corn
General Conditions In the case of this list
of legumes, the entire plant must be displayed
with its roots submerged in water held in a
glass receptacle. The root system and root
tubercles must be taken from the ground care
fully in order to retain as nearly all of its
parts as possible.
SOUTH BEND NATIONAL BANK, 103 X.
Michigan St. Product Alfalfa Root, largest
root regardless of age of plant. First prize,
$5.00; second prize, $3.00; third prize, $2.00.
AMERICAN TRUST CO. Product Alfalfa,
1913, highest scoring plant First prize, $5.00;
second prize, $3.00; third prize, $2.00.
(Entire plant for entry.)
REN FRANZ, JR., Importing Tailor. Pro
duct Highest Scoring Soy Bean Plants First
prize, pair $8.00 trousers to order; second
prize, $7.00 fancy vest to order.
(Entire plant for ntry.)
3IUESSEL & SON, Grocers. Product
Clover, highest scoring point First prize, $3.00
in trade; second prize, $2.00 in trade; third
prize, $1.00 in trade.
(Entire plant for entry.)
ANDREW ZELTNER, Hardware. Product
Tallest Stalk of Corn First prize, washing ma
chine; second prize, carving set; third prize,
shaving set. (Entire plant.)
SIBLEY HARDWARE C03IPANY. Product
Cow Pea Plants First prize, washing ma
chine; second prize, Conkey's saltern; third
prize, Conkey's fly knocker. First highest
scoring plant; second, with most pods; third,
.. PUBLIC DRUG STORE, 113 South Mich
oigan street. Product Kidney Beans, plants.
Prizes: First, $10.00 in trade; second, $7.50
in trade; third, $5.00 in trade; fourth, $2.50 in
FRANK 31 AYR SONS CO., jewelry, 121
West Washinton avunue. Product Soy Bean
Plants. Prizes: First, $20 24-piece set 1S47
Rogers Bros, silver, mahogany chest; second,
$10 Seth Thomas clock; third, $5 silk um
brella. WILHELM & SAUS3IAN, tailors, 136 South
Michigan street. Product Bui Lima Beaas.
Prizes: First, suit pattern, worth $10; second,
suit pattern, worth J? 6.73. First, highest scor
ing entire plant; second, the largest plant.
JOHN ILLE HAT CO., 127 West Washing
ton avenue. Product Lai-got Soy Bean Plant.
Prizes: First, $3.50 hat; second, $2.50 hat;
third, $1.50 cap.
HULLIE'S CIGAR STORE, 103 E. Jefferson
St. Product Alfalfa, 1912 planting, highest
scoring plant Prize, one box cigars.
ST. JOSEPH CO. SAVINGS BANK, ST. JO
SEPH LOAN & TRUST CO., corner Washing
ton and Main. Product Largest Collection of
Legumes, cultivated or wild, place or twp.
where grown, collection may be green or
pressed plants, or both; complete plants must
be shown. First prize, $7.00 cash; second
prize, $5.00 cash; third prize, $2.00 cash.
Grand Sweepstake IVic FRANK MAYR
AND SON will give a handsome Elgin G. M.
Wheeler special adjusted 17-jewel watch in
gold , case, ladies' or men's size, to the party
winning the most points regardless of articles
in this contest, to be oounted as follows: First
prize, to count five points; second, four points:
third, throe points; fourth, two points, and
fifth, one point.
J. I. 3IcGILL CO., home furnishings, corner
Michigan street and Jefferson boulevard. Pro
duct Butter. First prizo, Turkish leather
rocker; second prize, solid mahogany rocker;
third prize, electric lamp.
(One pound or about.)
OTTO BASTIAN. drugs. Product Apple
Butter First prize, $5 in trade; second prize,
$3 camera; third priz?. $2 fountain pen.
(Kntry to be one pint.)
A. C. MURDOCK. Tailor. 126 E. Jefferson
nreet. Produt t MK Beantiful Bouquet, of
Home Grown Flowers. Prize, to a man. pair
$7.00 Trousers, or to n lady, goods to equal the
But one entry of each Aartety allowed by ono
exhibitor. Entry to be one piate of lio each
clas of apples.
CHAS. B. SAX & CO.. Dry Goods. Product
Apples. Yellow Belltiower, First prize, $0
silk dress pattern; second prize, $2 china salad
dish; third prize, $1 dresser scarf.
York Imperial First prize, woman's $5 ht;
second prize, $2 silk petticoat; third prize, $1
china salad dish.
Tolman Sweet First
patttern: second prize,
men's $1 shirt.
Winesaj) First prize, $5 silk -waist; second
prize, $2 pair blankets; third prize, $1 pair kid
Hayman First prize, child's $5 coat; second
prize. $2 centerpiece; third prize, woman's $1
Twenty Ounce First prize, women's $5
skirt; second prize, $2 embroidery dress pat
tern; third prize, $1 china salad dish.
WARNER BROS., Agricultural Implements,
Product Apples. English Golden Russet--First
prize, credit of $G in Oliver's goods; sec
ond prize, Blrdsell's miniature -wagon, $5.50;
third prize, pruning knife. $2; fourth prize, 25
pounds Mica grease, $1.25.
Black Juliflower (sheepnose) First prlre.
credit of $6 on Oliver's goods; second prize,
Birdsell's miniature wagon, $5.50; third prize,
five gallons lime and sulphur, $2; fourth prize,
one barrel salt, $1.20.
Baldwins First prize, credit of $6 on Oli
ver's goods; second prize, Birdsell's miniature,
wagon, $5.50; third prize, one garden cultiva
tor, $3; fourth prize, 25 pounds Mica axle
Maiden Blush First prize, credit of $6 on
Oliver's goods; second prize, Birdsell's minia
ture wagon, $5.50; third prize, one garden cul
tivator. $3; fourjh prize, 25 pounds Mica axle
Wagner's First prize, $6 credit on Oliver's
goods; second -prize, Birdsell's miniature wag
on, $5.30; third prize, one pruning knife, $2;
fourth prize, one barrel salt, $1.20.
LEWIS C. LAN DON & CO.r druggists. Pro
duett Apples. Winter Banana, Wolf River,
Fall Rambos, Fameuse, Black Ben Davis, and
give 15 prizes, three prizes on each apple, as:
First, $2 in trade and $1 in trade, totalling $15.
G. R. KINNEY & CO., Shoes. Product
Apples. Grimes' Golden, Mackintosh, Northern
Spies, R. I. Greenings, Fnllowater. Three
prizes under each variety, 15 prizes in all
First prize, $2.4S hoots or shoes; second priie,
$1.98 boots; third prize, $1.49 shoes.
MITCHELL Sr SMITH, Grocers. Product
Apples. Johnathans: First prize, 2 5 pounds
Republic flour; second prize, one pound Mon
arch coffee; third prize, ono pound Dutchess
Kings: First prize, 25 pounds Republic
flour; second prize, ono pound Monarch coffee;
third prize, one pound Dutchess coffee.
GEO. E. TAYLOR, Harness. Product Ap
ples. Ben Davis First prize, $3 in trade; sec
ond prize, $2 in trade: third prize. $1 in trade.
VERNON CLOTHING COMPANY, clothing,
205-207 South Michigan street, 110 West Jef
ferson boulevard. Product Peaches. Prizes:
First, Strouse Bros. $25 suit; second, Fashion
Clothes, $25 overcoat; third, Manhattan $5
sweater coat; fourth, Howard $3 hat.
(1 plate of 5 for entry.)
A. & I. LEATHER SHOP, leather goods. 21 S
South Michigan street. Product Red Grains.
Prizes: First, traveling bag; second, suit case;
third, umbrella; fourth, ladies' handbag.
HARRY G R EEN BLATT, furrier, 232 South
Michigan street. Product Blue Plums. Prizes:
First, ladies' fur collar; second, ladles' fur
muff; third, girls' fur muff. (Plate of ten.)
SOUTH BEND FLORAL CO., florists. 216
South Michigan street. Product White
Grapes. Prizes: First, Boston fern, jardiniere
and pedestal; second, palm plant; third, Boston
fern. (1 plate.)
MODEL TAILORING CO., 234 South Michi
gan street. Product Apples and Quinces,
Arkansas (Black Twig) Apples. First priz,
choice of any trousers in house to order; sec
ond prize, $3.00 in trade. Quinces, one prize,
a fancv vest.
BEITNER'S SONS, SHOES, 111 South Mich
igan street. Product Ijr plant. Prozes:
First, Beitner's $5 shoes; second, Beitner's $4
shoes; third, Beitner's $3 shop?.
First, one pair women's $3.50 shoes; second,
pair children's $2 shoes; fourth, one pair
children's $1 shops. (Six for Entry.)
THE HAMILTON & LEVY CO.. clothing
Perfect Turnlis. Prizes: Firt, choice of suit
1913 planting, highest scoring plant First
prize, $5.00: second prize. $3.00; third prize. $2
Plant. Prizes: First, $20 24-piece set 1S47
brella. (Most perfect plant.)
Open to all to enter.
E. E. MANGOLD, photographer. West Jef
ferson boulevard. Product Bet Quilt Fancy
Cotton Pateliuork. Priz: Fi-st. one dozen
cabinets or one arge portrait, value $5.
J. BURKE & CO., manufacturing opticians.
Product Embroidery work on linen and inu
lin wear. First prize, one pair fine gold
pluses or trade: second prize, one bras table
thermometer. Product Fnney work of all de
scriptions: First prize, j,air line pearl opera
glares; second prize, one reading glass with
sterling silver handle.
SOUTH BEND CAMERA CO., with J. Burke
& Co. Product Kitchen Apron (most sensi
ble ). First prize, folding pocket camera; sec
ond prize. No. 2A Brownie camera.
THE O'CONNOR MILLINERY. Product
Eyelet embroidery work. 1 1rt prize, $10 hat;
second prize, $5 hat: third prize. $3 hair
switch. (Any article.)
THE iI5A(iBY STUDIO, 113 E. Jefferson st.
Produce Any Article f Mexican Drawn
Work. First prize, 1 dozen art photo?, value
$8.50; second prize, 1 dozen sepia portrait,
value $6.00; third prize, 1 dozen platinum por
traits, value $3.00.
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