! If. J a r M - THE PRIZE WINNERS AT THE COUNTY FAIR The following is a list of all the rrize winners at the Fair that we are able to obtain at this time. It includes nearly all of the awards except the school exhibits and a few from one or two of the depa-tments which we are unable to get at this time. Features of the Fair so far have been the excellent music furnished by the St. Helens band and the exhibition given by the St. Helens Firemen. The fast time of 33 seconds was made by the fire boys in runn'ng 100 yards, connecting with a hydrant, stringing 500 feet of hose and getting water. Good roads day Friday was the occasion of a big delegation of Portland people, among them being Samuel Hill, who spoke in terestingly of the road question. Other speakers from Portland and Seattle also urged the citi zens of this county to get busy with the making of roads, which advice will very probably b heeded. Out of 14 exhibits 11 prizes were awarded to George Lemon t of Rose Hill Farm, St. Helens. His collection won first prize for the best individual exhibit, The three Guernsey cows from the Clover Hill Farm of E. L. Thompson at Deer Island, were the finest specimens of cows ever shown at any fair in the county. The cows are all im ported and were beautiful to look at. Other fair news and special mentions will be made in our issue next week. GENERAL EXHIBIT. General Farm Display Pkay Tarbeil, first. C. C. Moyer, second. G. L. Tarbeil, third. F. Brown, fourth. Unthreshed Grain J. D. McKay, first. G. W. ferry, second. A. & K. E. Freeman, third. Bundle Wheat - A, & K. E. Freeman, first. Ray Tarbeil, second. Threshed Grain Erick Morten, first. Ray Tarbeil, second. Display Grain G. L. Tarbeil, first. Ray Tarbeil, second. C.C. Moyer, third. Bundle Clover Frank Brown, first Ray Tarbeil, second. Alfalta- None worthy of first, C. C. Moyer, second. Peas Ray Tarbeil, first. C. C. Moyer, second. Vetch - P. E. Brockway. first. Ray Tarbeil, second. Display of corn G. L. Tar jell, first. Than Brown, second. Kay Tarbeil, third. Tallest corn Edwin Moreback, first. G. L. Tarbeil. second. Sunflower display Wm. Karth, first. W. C. Morley, second. Gus Hegele, third. Carl Muhr, fourth. Farm exhibit of vegetables Warren School, first. Dr. Edwin Ross, second. Wm. Karth, third. Potatoes Than Brown, first. C. C. Mower, second. Ray Tarbeil, third. Pumpkins S. Vincent, first. Ray Tarbeil, second, squash Ray Tarbeil, first. S. Vincent, second. Display of Water melons Scappoose School, first. George Hyde, second. Muskmellons Geo Hyde, first. Warren School, second. Cabbage Scappoose School, first. S. Vincent, second. Beets - Warren school, first. Wm. Clark, second. Mangals - Dr. Edwin Ross, first. C. C. Moyer, second. Carrots Scappoose School, first. P. C. Jacobsen, second. Turnips Wm. Karth. first Warren School, second. Rutabegas Wm. Karth, first. Parsnips F. Nagel, first. G. L. Tarbeil, second. Onions C. C. Moyer, first. E. A. Rotger, second. Cucumbers Warren school, first Mrs. Sherwood, second. Tomatoes D. Pasero. first. Warren School, second. Unthreshed Beans Dr. Edwin Ross, first. Yankton School, second. Threshed beans Ray Tarbeil, first. Than Brown, second. Fresh Fruits A. Holaday, first. Elmer Dahlgren, second. J.icob Hegele, third. Apples, all kinds - A. Holaday, first. Elmer Dahlgren. second. Spitzenberg apples - A. Holaday, first. Weatherly G. L. Tarbeil, first. Fannie Cooper, second. Muhr, first. E. Dahlgren, necond. Northern spy A. Holaday, first, Muckle Farm, second. Gravenstein Elmer Dahlgren, first. scappoose School, second. Ben Davis A. Holaday. first. Elmer Dahlgren, second. Jonathan A. Holaday, first. Best Plate, any variety, Rome Beauty A. Holaday, first. Ray Tarbeil, second. Wolf River - Warren school, first. J. Hegele, second. Pears A. Holaday, first. B. Anjou Elmer Dahlgren, first. Peaches J. Hegele, first. M. F. Hazen, second. Plate of Quinces Mrs. s. E.NoWels, first. A. Holaday, second. Pumpkins, any variety. S. Vincent, first. Warren School, second. Squash, any variety Dr. Edwin Ross, first. Scappoose school, second. Prunes Muckle Farm, first. Ray Tarbeil, second. Dahlgren, first. Grapes J. Hegele, first M. F. Hazen, second. Display of berries Dr. Edwin Ross, first. G. L. Tarbeil, second. Nuts - Edwin Ross, first. A. Holaday. second. Crabapples M. F. Hazen, first. Wm. Karth, second. Alexander C. C. Moyer. first. m. F. Hazen, second. roULTRY Barred Plymouth Rocks - Ray Tarbeil wins 1st cock, 2nd cockerel, 3rd cockerel, 1st and 3rd hen, 1st and 2nd pullet, 1st and 2nd pen, 1st collection. Mrs. Peter Felton wins 1st cockerel, 3rd pen. W. C. Morley Wins 2nd cock. 2nd hen. G. L. Tarbeil wins 3rd pullet, 3rd cock. White Plymouth Rocks Clover Hill Farm wins 1st cockerel, 1st and 2nd pullet, 1st pen. Iva Tarbeil wins 3rd pullet, 2nd and 3rd cockerel, 2nd pen. Pigeons R. C. Hamill, 1st. Geo. Lemont, 2nd. Dr. Edwin Ross wins all awards on White Orpingtons. Than Brown wins all awards on White Wyandottes. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Larson win3 all awards on BufT Orping tons, Buff Leghorns, Rhode Island Reds. This was the finest individual display of poultry on the grounds, there being six pens and a total of 21 awards. Ray Tarbeil wins all awards on Anconas. Together with his other awards Mr. Tarbeil won 22 ribbons, which is second to Mr. and Mrs. Larson. The Clover Hill Farm took all awards on White Leghorns. V. C. Morley took all awards on Bantams, also on Indian Run ner ducks and Belgian Hares. George Lemont took the price for the best display by one ex hibitor, geese, ducks, rabbits, guineas, pigeons, phesant3. children's poultry. Dit Holaday, 1st and 2nd, Buff Orpingtons. Larson children from Goble, 1st on Barred Rock, male, 1st on Buff Leghorn, female. Elsie Morley, 1st on Buff Cochin Trio of Bantams. Charles Popejoy, first female, 2nd male, 1st trio, Barred Rocks. Roy Laws, 1st and 2nd Brown Leghorn, female, 2nd Barred Rock hen. Edwin Larson, 1st golden Sea light, male. Jos. Baaeel. 1st trio common bantam. Grace Farning, 2nd trio com mon bantam. Warren boy, 3rd trio common bantam FANCY WORK Best General Exhibit. Mri. A. B, Lake, first. Mrs. Harry Bennett, second. Mrs. Rose Carey, thir l. Embrodery Collection Mrs. Emma Halstcad, first. Mrs. J. G. Pringle, second. Miss E. Rosenthal, third. Crochet Collection Mrs. VV. B. Dillard, first.- Mrs. Sampson, second. Miss Jennie Rosenthal, third. Cross Stitch Collection. Mrs. E. W, Saxton, first. Mrs. I). W. Price second. Mrs. J. W. Allen, third. Tatting - Mrs, Hannah Partridge, first. Mrn M. White, soeond. Mrs. Hannah Partridge, third. Drawn Work - Mrs. Maude Adams, first. Mrs. Harry Bennett second. Mrs. Rose Carey, third. Darning - Mrs. Edwin Ros. first. White EmbroiUry 1 piece - Mrs. J. G. Pringlo. first. Mrs. A. B. Lake, second. Mrs. W. It. Dillard third. Colored Embrodery Miss E. Rosenthal, first. Mrs. E. Paeon second Miss Doncettc. third. Knitted Spred Mrs. Sampson tirt. Vlrs. G. J. Jasper, second Miss Jennie Forsman, third. Fancy ciuilt - Mrs. Heetnan, first. Mrs. Osliurn, second. Mrs. Aiken, third. Silk or Wool tiuilt Mrs. II. Bennett, first. Mrs. Aiken, second. Mrs. Saxton third, Rutfs - Mrs. E. Bacon, first. Mrs. R. Hazen, second. Mrs. E. Bacon, third. Sofa Pillow - Miss Ethel Matthews, first. Mrs. F. J. Meyers, second. Mrs Sampson, third Crochet or Knitted Wool 1 piece Mis Eiscnblutter, first Mrs S S Long second Mrs I.ynge, third Best ('rochet 1 piece Mrs E Blakesley, first Miss J Rosenthal, second Mrs N A Ashl.y third. Draft S. Saxton, 1st Geo Lemont 2nd Geo Lemont 3rd Draft 3 years olds G E l kstrom 1st Geo Perry 2nd G L Tarbeil 3rd Draft 2 year olds Joe Sohciski Ut P Jacohscn 2nd l)r Ross 3rd Draft 1 year old Geo Lemont 1st Draft sucking P S White 1st II () Howard 2ivd Geo Lemont 3rd Driving Horse G I. Tarhell 1st W C Cooper 2nd Joe Soheiski 3rd Driving 2 year olds Dr Ross 1st J W Armstrong 2nd Drivers Yearling 1 r Ross 1st Suckling Guy Tin hell 1st Draft Team Sherman Saxtmi 1st A I. Larson 2nd Stallion W R Holms Best Pulling Team Dave Vincent 1st Mr Turner 2nd K W Saxton 3rd Best Pulling Horse Mr Turner 1st Dave Vincent 2nd E W Snxton 3rd Be.it Double Driving Team Jan is I iiivis 1 at Joe Holaday 2nd Geo Hyde 3rd Best Single Driver Geo KetYv 1st Ed Laws 2nd Wilbur Muckle 3rd rAiiiK Shorthorn, Aged Cow Ray Tarbeil 1st 2 year old Bull - G L Tarbeil 1st Calf Bull - Ray TarUII 1st G L Tat Ml 2nd G L Tarbeil 3rd Heifer Calf- G L Tarbeil 1st " 2nd " 3rd Yearling Heifer G L TarU II 1st " 2nd Jas. Breehart, 2nd trio Silver Wyandottes. Max Miller. 1st female and lit male, White Wyandottes. Rex Miller, 1st and 2nd male, Rhode Island Red. Best result one setting of egus, Brown Brothers. JoHie Harrison, 1st Mallard ducks. Rex and Max Miller, 2nd on Mallard ducks. Brown Brothers, 1st trio Indian Runner ducks. Mane Dixon. 1st trio pigeons. R. llarnill, 2nd trio pigeons. Robert Dixon, 3rd trio pigeons Jersey, Yearling Bull Geo Perry 1st T Browd 2ml Heifer Calf- Geo Perry 1st Guernsey Cows E L Thompson 1st " 2nd " 3rd Hm;s Orin Backus; 1st on Chestir White Boar. Frank Brown; 1st on 0 1 C Bou. 1st on ) I C sow; 1st and 2nd on Poland China Shoats. J W Patrick; 2nd on O 1 C Bosr. Geo Perry: 2nd on Chester whit sow. Clover Hill Farm; 1st and 2nd on Berkshire shoats; 1st on Berkshire sow; 1st on Berkshire Boar. A L Lawn 1st on Chester Whi Sow. E. L. THOMPSON, Owner DEER ISLAND, OREGON IMPORTER AND BREEDER OF GUERNSEY CATTLE ID BERKSHIRE HOGS FIRST ANNUAL SURPLUS SALE 40 Dairy Cows and Heifers, mostly Guer nsey and Guernsey grade. 3 Guernsey Bulls from 12 to 18 months old, eligible for registry. Also 12 or 15 Pedigreed Berkshire and Duroc Jersey Hogs. Terms of Sale Will be Announced Later lllltSDAY, OCTOBER-16 5 AT 1 ):,' O'CLOCK n CLOVER HILL FARM, Deer Island, Ore.