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MEDFOUD MAIL! TRIBUNE. MEDFOttD. OKI WON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1I)1.
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NPUf PAWIF! PflQT
LIST OF PREMIUMS FOR
"WiLP''LL'T- ti , , 4 ... firJ. v i j"3 -r'
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Par Show
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RATES IN EFFECT, I hfc . afcKSOn UdUlltV t air
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MEDFORD, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 9, 10, il,
12 and 13, 1913
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On nnil nftor August fifteenth tho
llnill of weight ot parcels of fourth
class mnll for dollvory within tho
first nnd nccontl rones shall bo in
creased from riot on pounds t6 twen
tyrpounds'. Tho rata of pORtago on
pi(reo'ls exceeding four ounces In
weight shall ho five cents for tho
first' pound and ono cent for each ad
ditional two pound or fractlori there
of' when Intended for local delivery,
nnd five cents for tho first pound an
ono cent for enrh additional pound
of fraction thereof when Intended for
delivery at other offices within tho
first nnd second zones. Tho pound
rates of postago In tho first and sec
ond zones shall he as follews:
Flrsi Irjne Eecond
Iocnl 7.ono Zono
. Weight. . Jtnte. Hale. Kate.
1 pound,. $0.05 $0.05 $0.05
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
7 pounds
S ponnds
9 pounds
.0G
.06
.07
.07
.OS
.OS
.00
.00
10 pounds .. . .10
11 pounds 10
12 pounds 11
13 pounds ............ .11
14 pounds ........ .12
15 pounds ............ .12
16 pounds,.... 13
17 pounds 13
18 pounds ............ H.
19 pounds . ... .14
20 pounds ..... .13
.06
.07
.0S
'.09
.10
.11
.13
.13
.14
.15
.16
.17
.1$
40
.20
.21
.23.
.24
.06
.07
.OS
.09
.10
.11
.12
.13
.14
.15
.16
.17
.IS
.19
.20
.21
.22
.23
.24
See. 31, S, H. 43, I.nws of Oregon, rend ns follews:
"No hovlno nnlmnl over ono jenr old shall bo exhibited at hny
state, district or county fair, or llvo utock exposition, wlllilu tluv stnto
unless within twelve months prior to such exhibition It hits boon sub
jected lo n tuberculin test and received a certificate of health from
a qualified veterinarian. No entry for exhibition shall bo nceopted
until such n eerttflcnto Is filed. No publlo auction snlo of any herd
or part of a herd ot dairy animals, or uutmals Intended for breed
ing purposes, shall bo held except under tho prortss of court, unless
all the animals offered for sale have, within twelvo months prior to
such sale, been submitted to a tuberculin test nnd received u certifi
cate of health from n qualified xeterlnnrlnn. Any person who ex
hibits 'or permits tho exhibition of an, animal In violation ot tho pro
visions of this section nnd any person who tolatcs any other pro
vision of this section ahull he guilty of n misdemeanor nnd upon con
viction Bhnll bo fined not less than $30.00 nor more than $250.00."
NOTE Exhibitors will plcnsn read nnd tnko notice of tho abovo
law nnd arrange with the secrctnry to havo tho abovo test mado pno
week or more before Rio fair free of charge to Ihemscltcs.
HORSES .
D. T. LAWTON. Superintendent.
DR. CHAS. J. KOH1NEK, Judge ot IJvo Stock.
DIVISION A
CLASS I. STALLIONS
All ages can compete
First
1. Draft $13.50
2. Trotting bred 12.00
3. Conch v 12.50,
CLASS 2. MARES.
All nges can compete
First
4. Draft $12.50
5. Trotting breil 18.60
C, Coach 12.50
HIGH PRICE FOR
ROGUE RIVER PEARS
ADVERTISES VALLEY
PORTLAND, Aug. 15. Tho extra
ordinary values that aro today ruling
for Bartlctt pears aro calling forth
comment as to the highest individual
prlco ever received for this fruit. For
, tho Anjou tho" high point, so far as
individual fruit is concerned, was re
ceived by C. K. Whlslcr of Medford.
who secured 5 cents each for his fruit
for an cntlro carload. This prlco was
net, tho fruit selling in New York
at 64 cents. This was In 1910. Tho
total carload returns to tho grower
was $2,228.20.
Mr. Whlslcr Is a strong supporter
ot tho Dose poar. Its history Is quite
rccont. It has only been on the mar
ket perhaps seven or eight years.
"Feed tbcui to the cattlo at Chi
cago," Is the way New York received
its first consignment ot this fruit
from Rogue river. Tpdny the metro
polis of tho American continent con
sumes all tho Bosr. pears it can secure
and is anxious to secure moro.
Hy experts it is considered far thp
best pear ever grown. It Is consid
ered tho acme ot poar production. It
has moro sugar by far than any othor
ot tho pear family. It is exclusively
for fresh consumption.
' "Tho pear crop of tho Roguo ltlver
valley this season," says Mr. Whlslcr,
"Is exceptionally flue. Tho crop is
large and tho quality Is the best over
produced In fact taking thj whole
valley' tho pear crop this season is
tlio nios.1. uniform, tho ekoncst nnd
evenly distributed of any pear that I
havo ever noted. Prices nrc splendid,
too."
g Mr. Whlslcr; who was in tho city
today, ronforrlng with officials ot tho
Nnrthwostorn Fruit exchange, says
that tho quality of tho applo crop
of tho Itoguo Illvor valley Is excep
tionally fno with tho crop good, al
though 15 to 20 per cent smaller
than n year ago.
"1'oars promlso to bo tho mainstay
of thp Itoguo River country," says
Mr, VhleJcr, "hocauso they grow to
bqttqr perfeptlou thero than any oth
er plnco rn tho world.
"Tho Uartjclt, Is of courso, tho
lendjng pour of tho Itoguo Itlvcr sec
tion hut by all odds the Hose is In
sorond placo so far as promlnonco Is
concoruod. Tho latter Is almost en
tirely eihlo a nil is almost without
core. All you havo to remove Is tho
iccda."
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ORPHANAGE IS BURNED
BUT CHILDREN SAVED
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
IS.
CI.ASS 3. MAKKS AND COLTS
First
Draft marc nnd colt $ 5.00
Trotting bred mnro and colt ,..,....: 5.00
Coach mare nnd colt , ,,.,. 5.00
Best draft colt, 1 year ?. 6.00
Dost draft 3 years old '. 6.00
Dent draft 3 years old ' 6.00
Best bred trotting colt 1 year old....' 6.0V
Dcst bred trotting colt 2. years old 5.00
Dost bred trotting roll 3 years old 5.00
Rest bred conch colt, 1 year old G.0Q
Dest bred coach colt 2 years old ... 'COO
Best bred conch colt 3 ears old COO
Second
$ 8.0U
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8.00
Second
$ 7.50
7.R0
7.50
Second
$ 3.00
3.00
3.00
' 3 00
3.00
' 340
3.00
3.00
1 3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
CLASS 4.
SADDLB HORSES. MULES, ETC,
First
Gentlemen's saddlo horso $10.00
Ladles' saddle horse 10.00
Jack ,.. 5.1)0
Span mules 7 10.00
Span draft horses 15.00
Span drMng horses 20.00'
Slnglo driver , J5.00
x ony o jjvjf
Span ranch horses, general purpose 20.04.
NOTE Kxainlno premium list and make your application to. tho
entry "clorks'by tho numbers on tho left, margin ot the apacc ;'
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DIVISION D
19.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Second
$ 5.00
5.00
6.00
7.50
10.Q0
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2.50
10.00
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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
HULLS .
Jersey :..,., .:'... $ 7.60
oDonnorxt j - ioy
j Jurnntii io.u
Sweepstakes '.,. 10.00
CLASS 2." .COWS ' c t
. First
Jersey , $ 5.00
Siortnorn o"v
iiorciorii wuu
llolstcln '. 6.00
Durnam ............... .............. ........... u.ov
Sweepstakes ,., t 10,00
Second
$ 600.
00
.5.00
5.00"
. 5.00
7.50
9
Second
$ 3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
7.60
"'pIWUAMTON, N. Y., Af. ?5.
Jjoro tlmij l!iO fhjhlren narrowly
fbcnnei n. fiery deiith liero lojlijy
when 81. Itfury's homo hrphuniiKO
)V)8 l)irli()Uy )urneO. Tronipt nc
(iou by )ho i)ir&es ot all Hie ehil-
ijm, ty 'lliytf' '
With Medford-trado is Medford mado.
CI-VSS 3. CALVES
First Second
Jersey $ 3.00 ' $ 3.00
Shorthorn 3.00 3.00
Hereford .....? X0 2.00
llolstcln , , 3.00 2.00
Durham f"t ?r0 00
SPECIAL REQUIUEMENTS n '
Animals competing as prades must bo at lcaa halfrbrced and
not pure-bred, the nge, breed (if known) and the tlmo of calving
of cows shown as milch cows must ho certified to tho Judges, and'
also stated when the ontrle aro mado.
CONDITIONS AI'I'LYINO TO CATTLH
1. Tho pedigree of all pure-bred caitlo competing for premiums
must bo distinctly traced to tha American or English Herd Hooks.
2. Breeding animals exhibited as such, must have satisfactory
evidence produced that they aro not barren. No cow will bo ellglblo
for prize unless certified ut tho date of entry, or that of tha show,,
to havo had a living calf, or that tbo calf, If dead, was born at IU
proper time, within tho twelyo month preceding tho dato of the
fair, or shall bo In calf at the day of the fair. "
3. As tho object of this, society is to procuro improvement in -breeding,
tho Judges are, In all cases. Instructed to decide acordlng
to the merits of tho respectlvo animals for breeding purposes. ,
4. Prize uulmula at former exhibitions may compete fho samo
as if they had not received prizes before,
5. All bulls abovo ono year old shnll havo rings In their noosos,
and above two yenrs old to bo provided with lending sticks.
C. No animal may compete In moro than ono class or division,
except as ono of a herd or pair, or cows for milk, or in sweepstakes.
No sweepstakes or herd premiums paid unless competition,
SHEEP
II. O. WORTMAN, Superintendent (
DIVISION1 0 , ' , j
CLASS 1
First
1. Ham, any breed $ ifQQ
2. Ewe, any breed .....,.., 6.00
3. Lamb ,.v 300
ltegulatiouH for Shcort
1. All bucks, except ono year old, must havo boon used tho proi
cedjug year. J
'. Kwes abovq ono year old must haye had a vjng lamp.- Ttycso
facts must ho certified nnd ovldenco furnished, If required. ,.
3. The exhibitors of sheep will be required to forfeit und pay .to v
tho society thu sum of not less than $250 as and for liquidated
damages If nny ot tho sheep which ho exhibits nro suffering (to hl
knowledge) under any contagious or infoctlqus djseaso.
RULE SJiqpp pffered for admission ,undor any entry must )e nq
compauled by h sworn statment giving the date pf shearing, which
shall not ho earlier than tho first day pf April. 8hcop that havo
been unovenly or stubblo shorn, or that have been clipped so as to
conceal defects, or whoso fleeces have been artificially colorqd
singed or oiled, yt not bo eligible to compete for premiums. '
Second
$ 3.00
3.00
2.00'
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a OATS
II. 0. VVORTMAN, Superintendent
CLASS 2
Buck, ope yean or older,. ,-ftttr;i,,ti'
Nannie, ono year or older ,.. (.
Dest flock ot five or more, ot any sox. . ... . . . .
First
.$ 5,00
, 5.00
. 5,00
Second
$3.00 ,
; 3.00 ,
U , 9.00, ,
SWINE
.MR. NILi:s,Huporlntcnduiit.
. f. DIVISION. I) j, I
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. ' 'i ' v I'JVini Hecond
1. Poland Oliltm boAr ;.v...,..., ..?...,.....,. ...$'5,00 $2.50
2. Polahjl Chlun sow ...'...,..... ,: , , , . ' 5,00 2.60
3. Poland,' China litter .,w........v..... ........ 2,0(f l.oo
4. Duroo Jersey 'boar .,,.......,. -.p. ......,.... 6.00 2.60 "
6. Duroo Jersry sow ...........; .wf?, ........... . 2.00 -'1.00 ,,
6. Duroo, Jersry litter ....... ..'.....ft,.........v a.60 1 00 '
7. HorkAlilVo boar ..,...'. '6.00 '2.50
5. Ilerkshtro sow , .' ,.'6.00 2,60
9. llorkshlro litter , ;. 2.00 1.00
10. Chester White bnnr ...... . ,..,,.. 6.00 2.60
It. Chestpr White. sow .....'..' 5.00 ' 2.60
12. Chester White litter 2.00 1.00
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,t- R. II. PAXSON, Centmri'olnt. Superintendent
; ; ' . divisien:
.. Civss 1
A Pen shall consist ot ono 'male and four female; n Trio, one
male, two females; n Pair, one mule, ono female. Prices nwnrded on
Pens of chickens, Tries ot turkeys, Pairs of dtleks; best collection
ot pigeons, not less than ten. ''
American t'lass.
Harrcd Plymouth Rocks Huff Wyandottcs
.Huff Plymottth Rucks' Partridge Wyandottcs
Whits Plymouth Rocks Single Comb Rhode Island Reds .
4 Whltn Wyandottcs' Rosq Comb Rhodu Island Reds
" Columbian Wyandottcs
A"hitlc C'Uss
Illnck IiiKshnns Ub) Hrahmas
Mcdltcrrantun C'Iuhh.
White rSicol Illnck Spanish snle Comb Huff Ugiorns
' Slnaio Comb Khlto leghorns Tllnck Mlnurcns
v 'Slnlo Comb Hrown.IiCghorns AnYonn
. KiiKUsh CIms.
,, Single Comb White Orplngfuns Slnglo Comb Illnck Orpingtons ,
Polish Class. . '
, Whltu Crested Hlack Polish
tiu we n ud Ha n hi ut Class.
. , And nty other vajlotloH not immtlonod.
Pair Uronz Turkeys Trio Indian Runner Ducks
Pair-Other Variety Turkeys Trio Other Variety Ducks . ,
Trio Pckln Ducks x .
. 1913 hutched chicks to bo entered separately, but will recelvo snmo
amount ut premium money.
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, ' Prizes.
. Pen Trio Pair
First. przo , .C ..$3.Q0 $2.50 $2.00
Second prlzo ..v.i 2.00 1.60 1.60
Third prlzo V.1'-1 .'.v.'M... Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon
.' I J' ' '' Jin Kirh'Vnrlrly. ' i
, .First prlzo,' cork $1.60
, First prlzo, , cockerel .. 1.50
First prlxo, ben ......... ........a... ..........,,,,,.,.,, ,,.,... mj
, . First pri9, pullet ........................... ........... i.uO
J. First prize, pigeons'. ,.,... .........'1.00
No other prizes for slnglo birds. ,., .
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1' t ' K. J. RUNYARD, Superintendent v r. ' '"
, . 'division f ' r - . .
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First Secouil
1. Rest display, flvu varieties ;. $ 3.60 $ 2.00 '
2. Rest display, ten varieties '. , 6.00 2.50
3. Host bushel ot potatoes 3.00 1.60
j. Rest plato ivo .onions ...f 1.00 J0
5. Rest three cabbages,' any vnrloty, 1.00 .60
6." largest nnd heaviest head of .cubbsgo 1,00 .50 ,
. 7. Best bunch of five (urulps 1.00 .60
8. ,Hcst bunch ot five beets 1.00 .60
9. nest bunoh of five parsnips....:..1....-, 1.00 JjOj
10. Host bunch, of fivo carrots , 1.00 T0
11. Best ix plants celery t?t.;...v 1.00 .60
12. Best pinto flvo tomatoes ...... ...... 1.00 .50
13. Best display fbrco pumpkins...,'..... 1.00 .60
14. Best sound pumpkin .' IJ0 .60
15. Hcst Hufjbnrd squash 1.00 .60
1C. Hcst plato flvo poppers ,,,'.,.,.,,., 1.00 ,60 '
17. Best flyj cars sweet corn, green, ,.. 1.00 .60
18. Host flvo ears fluid corn .;..... 1.00 .50
19. Hcst flvo ears popcorn 1.00 .60
20. Hcst one pound dried hops , ,, 1.00 .50
21. Best plato fivo Rocky Ford melons..,;..,. J.bO .50
22. Host Uosaba .,.,., ,VT. ....... 1,00 .60
23. Heyt bntisua musbmelfin .., tj t-0 -M
24. ljest netted cantulqupa 1.00 .60
25. Best wnternielon ... ......'.' 1.00 .60
2C. Hcst sweot potato squash ...... "WTT." 1,00 .60
27. Hnt threo bomU rntillflowor ...;,'!' 1.00 '.60
t 28. Best thrco egg plants ...,.... 1.00 .50
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U. J. RUNVARD, SujiorlHleudent '
, DIVISION' . '
CL.83 1 ' v
, First Sccnml
1. Bsst samplo slicaf of wheat l. $ L00 $ .60
2. Best snmplo sheaf of ryo...... ;.?,.,.,,,. 1.00 .60
8. Best samplo sheaf ot barley , . 1.00 .60
4. Best samplo ut outs ...., ...., ..., LOO .60
6. Best samplo pf buckwjipufj . , , s. i,'. LOP .60
0. Best sopiplp of- spoltK., ,.....,..,,, ,,,...,,,1.00 .50
7. Best sample of vetch with grnln.. .,,...,.... 1.00 .50
NOTIJ ICar.h exhibit of sheaf grnln fust bo unthrushed und In
a bundlo about six IucIich In diameter
All gralus must bo of this year's grpwth nnd grown by tho
oxhlbtor
Sample shcuves' must bo di;ferc;it spedmons from thoso shown In
, collections. ' '
" CLAB8 2. COLLECTIONS
8. Grains and grasses named and luouutod, not less
, than .fifteen vnrltitles: , . . , , .$ 6.0 $ 2.50
9. . Nutlvo woods, imjncil nd dressed, not less tian
fvo yurlotlos, 12x12x1 : . 2.Q0 1.60
1Q, Nallvo wpods, named, rough or split, not less than ,
ten varieties 2.00 1.00
11. Moths and butterflies, mountod, not less (hurt
ten varieties ..,., 2.0O L09
12. Natyo flowers, named und mnuutcd (horb not
less than twopty-flyo varieties ,.... 2.00 LOO
13. Nutlvo flowers in bloom in October (bouquet), not
:less thun ten vnrlstlos 2.00 1.Q0
14. Legumes, clhvor nd votqh, numed, not less tmn
ten varieties ,...', ;,,K..,. 2.00 LOO
15. Field, nnd garden seeds, In glassos, grown by ex
hibitor, not less thun fifteen vurletleH 2.00 L00 i
NOTE.-r-Srinol cilhrcn nro urged to compoto for prizes In this ! .
division, nnminif ns many uh possible. , '
All coljocliqqs sljall bo different artlolos frojn Uioao( onlofw n
other departments. " ' '
Judges wll consider not only tho number of vurletloH, but noat-
posa nnd most correct naming. . '
pRUia's
p. V. POTTKH. Suporlntondcnt
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, (JLAHB 1. OENERAL PJSPLAY
: ( v ?w "-. . I'lrBt Second Third
1. (Jonoral display of all kinds ot frUlt , . ,
' grown i by .!pno Individual or ponj-
' paiiy '.??..?. v....$25.0? .fl,Q.Q0 f C.00.
NOTE. Makfug awards on'this outjry thp (ollownf scoj of jiolqtu
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will bo ntiHerunl: Kind mid rhuim'tur of fiull, 75; uillsllu umiiiKU
uioiit, 16; iiumher of wirlntli'H, lo; total, Hill,
CISHH 2. APPLES
First lliininil Thlid
3. (Ii'imnil dlHplny uf upplcs, commiirilal
puck, not letis thun ilium wirhitlvii of
iii)o box fitch ,,,., $15,00 $1(1,00 $ 6.00
I'oiumei'clitl puck of tho following u
rli'lis. uiii box uf eiu'li aihiy:
3. Yellow NttutoNMi ,,. ,,,,,., Mill 3,00 ,.,.
4, Spllxeubei'K 6.00 11.00 ,,,,
6. Wlttotmp ,,.,,..,,, 6,00 U.l'O ....
6. Jmmthitu .,,..,,,,.,.,, , ,.,, 5,011 ;i,(m .,,,
7. Home lleauly 6,00 :um ....
8. Hen Davis ,.,., ,,,, 5.00 U,U0 . ...
9. Display on plates, nut less than llvo va
rieties, four Id eucli pinto,..,, lO.Oi) 6,00 ..,.
10. Pluto of Noutimu,.... 6 00 noo ,,,,
11. Pluto uf Wlitomip 6.00 II.OQ ....
13, Plato of Jonathan 6.00 .10(1 ,,,,
14, Plain of Route lliututy 5.00 :L0O
16. Plato of Baldwin .'t.Oo 2,00
16. Pluto uf lieu Davl 3.00 2,0(1
17. Plato vf Ib'd Cheek 3.00 2.00 .,,,
15, Plain of Hoovers , 3.00 2,00 ,,,,
10. Pinto of ArkitUKUM Hlurlt 11.00 3,00
20. Pinto or ('rub 3.00 2.00
21, Pluto of best new scndllng ,. 3 00 2j)0
32. Delirious ,,,, 3.00 2.00 ....
..J. Kings ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,...... , m.oo .oo ,,,,
- 24. Winter Bunniia ......... 1 ,1.00 2,00 ....
26, L-irgost sound tipple, weight nlouu to
diitormluo x ;... 3.on 2.00
Other nrlutles may bo exhibited uud will bn uwnnlnd promliims
If funds will allow.
Spnro will bo provided for unnamed and unknown fruits, and
growers nro urged lo bring them In whoru coiiipolnut friillmeii may
namo llieui,
class 3. PIJARS
First Second Third
26, General display of penrs, rommorrlnl
pack, not less thun tlnro arlelliis ut
Ihroa boxes each, i'omlcu may com
pcto for llictio prlzua In three half
boxes $2600 $1600 $!ooo
Commercial pack of tho following uuli'llus, olio
box of ouch nriely, oxcepllug Comlco, hlch
may bu slngto bex:
First Second
27. Comlco $ 000 $ 4.(m
2,S. Ilnrtlott l.oo 4 00
2X. llnrllrii 100 loo
29. A11J011 il.OO 4.00
30. Bono 0.00 l.oo
31. Winter Nellht CQO 4.00
32. Unwell 0.00 I Oil
33. ClitlrKviu COO 4,00
31. Dlspl.iy 011 plates, not loss than flvo varieties, four
In tsich pluto , 1500 1000
35. Plato of C0111U0 , 6.00 3 00
30. Plato of Harllelt 5.00 3 00
37. Pluto of Anjoti 6 o0 3.00
.IS. Plato of Hose 5.00 3 00
39. Pluto uf Winter Nullls 6.01) 3 00
40. Pluto of lion ell , ,....,,.. Il.OO 2 00
41. Plate of Mount Vernon '. .'.. 3,00 2.00
42. Plntu ot ClnlrKonu 3.o0 2 00
-13. Plain of V. Hurry 3.00 2.00
44. Plain uf llnurru Eastur 3 00 2 00
45, Pluto of Idaho . . ., 3,00 2 00
4ti. Plato of I'teuilNh llenuty 3.00 2 0O
47. Plato of Pound 3.00 2 00
4H, I'lnJo of Seekel .., ,,...,....,.,. 3.00 .2.00
49. Plnlo of Full Hultur 3.00 2 00
r 60. Plat of Hhuhlnt 3 00 2.00
61. largest sound pour, weight nlouo to determine.. 3 00 2 00
For all exhibits tho same variety computing ngnliist iwh othor
will Im placed together Exhibitors nro exported to roiuniubnr Iholr
exhibit niiuibor on entry curds so us lo find tliolr fruit utter auanU
lint" iuon mado.
. Cold klurugo nlll bo fiirnMird free of cliurgr lo rurh cxblMlnr o
, the rxli-iit of fhr liuxr prnr or four boxen pi-nrliM for tho mm lug of
' early trulls for exhlUUIi'ii iurtor.
CLASS I. PEACHES
Plntes uf flvo sprtlmeiis each
First Second
63. Dlsplny of not Iom than Uirco urlotns, commer
cially packed, "no box ouch ynrloly $ 5 00 $ 3.00
63, Dlsplny on plates, not loss thun Ihrro arlelle
flvo lo each pluto ,,,.,,..,, 5.00 3.00
51. Plstu of Early Crawford 3.oo 2 0o
65. Plnlo of IjiUi CruHford 3.00 3 00
60. Plain of l.cinou ('Hug 3 00 2.00
67. Plulo of Elborla 300 2.00
6S, Plato of Omugn Cling 3 00 2.00
69. Plato of Salway 3.00 2.00
CO. Pluto of Wheatland 3.00, 200
61. Pluto of SiiKMjk 3.00 200
62. Plato of (loldiii Cling , jl.nu 200
63. Plulo of Alulr ,.., ,i. 3.00 2.00
UIKS 6. PRUNES
Plates of twelve specimens each
Flrnl Sorond
CI. Pinto of Sugar f 2.on $ l.Oo
65. Plulo of Italian., 2.110 1.00
till. Pluto of I'elllo , 2.00 1.00
07. Pluto of Silver ., ,,,,,,,. 2,00 1.00
68. IMuto of HuiiKiirlau 2.00 1.00
CO. Plato ot Hrudshaw 2.00 1.00
70. Plulo of illuo DuuiHon 2.00 1.00
CISS 0. PLUMB,
Plates of twelve spcclmuis each
, First Hi'Cond
71. Pluto of Kolsny ,, $ 2.00 $ 1.00
72. Pluto of Sntmima 2.00 1.00
73. Plnlo of Yellow Egg 2.00 1.00
74. Pluto of Damson 3.00 1.00
75. Pluto of R0I110 Clmido , , 2.00 1.00
CLASH 7. NUTS.
Plates of twonty-flvo specimens euuh (husked)
1'Jrnt Sorond
70. Plnlo of English wnlnuls .-. , $1.00 $ .6g
77. Pluto of nlmoudrt (soft shnll) 1.00 .60
78. Pluto of ulinoiidi (hard holl) 1.00 .60
79. Pinto of I X L nluiopils ,. '1.00 .60
HO. Pluto of bluck wnlpuls , , , . . . 1.00 .60
81. Pluto of uny seedling raised In vulluy .. 1.00 .50
CliASSK. CIIERRIEH. '
Not lens thun quart can ouch vnrluty
82. Royal .Ann I -MlO $1.00
83. lllng , 2.00 1.00
84. Umhort 3.00 1.00
85. Ox Heart 2.00 1.00
86. Orcgou 2.00 1,00
CLASS I), fill APES
Plulo dlspluyH two bumihoH ouch
87. DUpIuy put up li baskets, pot limn thun thruo vurl
ctles, two buskotu oaci , $ fi.00 $ 3.00
88. DIhoIuvh on plutim, not loss tliou flvu vurlotlos, two
bunches to pluto 3.00 2.00
89. Pluto or Concord ., 1.00 .60
00. Pluto or Dluiiiopd ..., LOO ,50
91, Plato of Niagara 1.00 .60
92, Pluto of iHiiholIu 1.00 .50
03. Plato of Muscal of Aloxuudrliv ...,,., 1.00 .50
04. Pluto of Black Hamburg 1.00 .50
05. Pluto ot Coriilchon ,,,.,,.,.,, LOO ,60
00. Plulo of Hwootwutor , 1.00 .50
97. Pluto of Mission .,. 1.Q0 .60
08. Pluto ot Bono of Peru 1.00 .60
09. Pluto of Mnloga , LOO .60
100 Plulo of Tokay ,,,,,., ...,,.,,..,..,.., LOO .611
10, largest bunch, uny variety 1,00 .60
In judl"f grapes, color, maturity, sUo und comimclnofls w4ll bo
taken jnto account. - , -
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