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Mrs. W. R, Ansell, St. Paul ; 1.00

Display, extracted honey granulated or candied —

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul. 8.00

G. A. Forgerson, Rosemount 8.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 4.00

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 2.00

Beeswax, best quality, 10 lbs. or more —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 5.00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 4.00

T. B. Bly, Brewster 3 . 00

Stiles Lindersmith, Faribault 2 . 00

Honey vinegar, not less than 1 gallon in glass —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul.-. 6.00

G. A. Forgerson, Rosemount 4 . 00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 3 . 00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 2. 00

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Best display of pies, sweetened with honey — quality

considered —

,H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 4.00

J. B. Jar.dine. Wayzata 3 . 00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 2 .00

-Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 1.00

Best display of honey cake, quality considered —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 4.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 3 . 00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 2 . 00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 1.00

Best display of canned fruit, put up with honey —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 4.00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 3.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 2. 00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 1.00

Best display of marmalades. Jams and jellies put up
with honey —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul .' 4.00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 3.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 2.00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 1.00

Best display of plain pickles In honey vinegar —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 5.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 3 . 00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 2 . 00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 1 .00

Best display of sweet pickles put up with honey and
honey vinegar —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 5.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 3 . 00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 2.00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 1 . 00

Best display, variety of uses for honey, illustrated
by individual samples of different things
into which it enters other than above noted —

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 5.00

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul •. 4.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park .' 3 . 00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 2.00

Nucleus of golden yellow Italian bees and queen —

Chas. Mondeng, Minneapolis 8.00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 5.00

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul • 3.00

Alf. A. Ziemer, Waltham 2.00

Nucleus of dark or leather color Italian bees and
queen —

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul 8'. 00

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 5.00

•Chas. Mondeng, Minneapolis 3 . 00

Mrs. W. R. Ansell, St. Paul 2.00

GRAND SWEEPSTAKES.

Largest, best and most attractive exhibition in this
department, all things considered —

Moser Apiaries, St. Louis Park 15.00

H. G. Acklin, St. Paul • 12.00

J. B. Jardine, Wayzata 9-00

Stiles Lindersmith, F'aribault - 6 . 00



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MINNESOTA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 307

DIVISION J— VEGETABLES, GRAIN AND FARM PRODUCE.

Premiums awarded $3,7C3 . 89

Superintendent — J. M. Underwood, Lake City.

CLASS 72— VEGETABLES.

1st 2nd 3rd

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Lot 1 — Collection of not less than 20 varieties, of
not less than 10 specimens of each, except
pumpkin, squash, watermelon and cabbage,
3 each. Money to be divided according to
score, 100 to be taken as a standard. ($100
to be divided pro rata) —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown $51 . 13

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 48 . 87

Additional money paid in Lot 1.
Collection of herbs —

Cha«. C. Gray, Rochester $2, 00

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 1. 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .» .50

Beans in edible green pod —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2 . 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Beans, wax in pod —

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2 . 00

Mr. Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester .50

Beans, dwarf lima, pod —

H. Krause, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park .50

Beans, pole lima —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2.00

H. Krause, Merriam Park 1 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1.50

Beans, in green pod, not narked above —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2 . 00

. Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

Geo. Poor, Hastings .50

Beans, white navy —

George Poor, Hastings 2 . 00

R. C. Keel, Rochester 1.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Beans, any other variety —

George Poor, Hastings 2 . 00

R. C. Keel, Rochester 1.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .".... .50

Beets, for table use — •

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park 1.00

August Giesmann, Merriam Park .50

Beets, sugar —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne . '. » 2.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne -50



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Beets, mangel-wurtzels —

Joe Taylor, Medford 2.00

B. O. Ehrestedt, Sacred Heart i .00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown * . .60

Beets, any other variety —

IXaniel Gantzer, Merrlam Park 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Brussel sprouts —

H. Krause, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park .50

Cabbagre, drumhead —

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park 2. 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

August Giesmann, Merriam Park ,50

Cabbaire, round head —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

P. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park 1 . 00

August Giesmann, Merriam Park .50

Cabbage, red, any variety —

August Giesmann, Merriam Park 2 . 00

John Gantzer, St. Paul 1 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Carrots, for table use —

Christ Johnson, Osseo 2 . 00

Christ Johnson, Osseo ' 1 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Carrots, for stock —

EYed Sprengeler, Cologrne 2.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 1 . 00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear .50

Cauliflower —

Herman Busse, Two Rivers 2 . 00

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park.. 1.00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Celery, golden self -blanching —

J. C. Highhouse, Ldttie Falls 2.00

Herman Busse, Two Rivers 1.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park .50

Celery, white plume —

J. C. Highhouse, Little Falls 2.00

J. C. Highhouse, Little Falls 1.00

J. C. Highhouse, Little Falls .50

Celery, turnip rooted —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

Celery, any other variety —

J. C. Highhouse, Little Falls 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .60

Com, sweet, best early —

J. W. Beckman, Cokato . 2. 00

Joe Taylor, Medford 1 . 00

D. A. Farmer, Minneapolis .50

Corn, sweet, best, medium —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

Frank Dunning, Osseo ..50



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Com, sweet,, best late —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford l.OO

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Cucumbers, for table use, any variety of white spine —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1.00

John Gantzer, St. Paul , .50

Cucumbers, for table use, any other variety —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester ; 1.00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Cucumbers, for picklingr — *

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park. . . .' 1 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Cucumbers, ripe, for pickling —

J. C. Highhouse, Little Falls 2.00

John Gantzer, St. Paul 1 . 00

BVed Sprengeler, Cologne .50

Citron, for preserves —

L.. V. Crandall, Red Wing 2.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . GO

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Egg plant —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

John Gantzer, St Paul 1.00

H. Krause, Merriam Park .60

Endive —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

H. Krause, Merriani Park 1.00

Chas. Krause, Merriam Park .50

Ginseng —

W. W. Hill, Minneapolis 2.00

W. W. Hill, Minneapolis 1.00

S. R. Spates, Wayzata .50

Kohl rabi—

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2. 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

H. Krause, Merriam Park .50

Kale—.

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

August Giesmann, Merriam Park 1 . 00

Chas. Waldmann, Minneapolis .50

Leek —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2 . 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Lettuce head —

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2 . 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

Lettuce leaf —

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown — 1.00

Onions, yellow globe —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2.00

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park 1.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50



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Onions, red globe —

Louis Anderson, Rochester 2 . 00

R. C. Keel, Rochester 1.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester .50

Onions, white globe —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park .50

Onions, for pickling —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2 . 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park s- 1.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Onion sets, white bottom —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester. 2 . 00

Louis Anderson, Rochester 1 . 00

R. C. Keel, Rochester .50

Onion sets, red bottom —

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 2.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 1.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Onion sets, yellow bottom —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochestej , : 1 2 . 00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 1 . 00

Louis Anderson, Rochester .50

Onion sets, multipliers —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Onion sets, Egyptian —

Chas. Krause, Rochester*. 2 . 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

Herman Busse, Two Rivers .50

Okra—

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park ' 1. 00

H. Krause, Merriam Park .50

Parsnips, long, smooth —

August Giesmann, Merriam Park.... 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

John Gantzer, St. Paul ' .50

Parsley —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

Daniel Grantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester .50

Peas, early —

R. C. Keel, Rochester 2.00

Daniel Grantzer, Merriam Park 1 . 00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester .50

Peas, medium early —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Daniel Grantzer, Merriam Park _ 1.00

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing .50

Peas, late —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 .00

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing .50



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Peppers, large sweet- ' ^'*^'"- ^^^"^^ ^^«'^-

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 2.00

Mrs. DeWitt Clinton Ruflf, St. Paul !

Daniel Gantzer, Merrlam Park

Peppers, cayenne —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 .00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown

John Gantzer, St. Paul ,

Peppers, any other variety — '

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Mrs. DeWitt Clinton Ruff, St. Paul

John Gantzer, St. Paul , .

Potatoes, best collection ($70 to be divided pro rata)—

G. A. Forgerson, Rosemount j. 04

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 6 . 96

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 6.89'

Joe Taylor, Medford 6 . 73

Louis Anderson, Rochester 6.50

Christ Johnson, Osseo 6.43

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud 6.12

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 6.04

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 5.97

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 5 . 74

John Gantzer, St. Paul 5.58

Potatoes, best early —

Christ Johnson, Osseo 5.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 3.00'

Frank Dunning, Osseo

Potatoes, best medium —

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud 5.00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 3. 00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne

Potatoes, best late —

Louis Anderson, Rochester 15 . 00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 10.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester

Pumpkins, field —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 1.00

Pumpkins, pie yellow —

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2 . 00 ^

Christ Johnson, Osseo 1.00

Don. Losey, Minneapolis

Pumpkins, pie white —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 1.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park

Radishes, scarlet turnip —

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

Radishes, long scarlet —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

Radishes, long white —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00



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Radishes, any winter variety —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

H. Krause, Merriam Park 1.00

Daniel Oantzer, Merriam Park .50

Rhubarb —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown.. 2.00

John ' Qantzer, St. Paul 1,00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park .50

Rutabairas, for stock, any variety —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologrne 2.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologme 1.00

John Gantzer, St. Paul .50

Rutabagras for table use, any variety —

Joe Taylor, Medford 2.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 1.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne .59

Salsify, largest and smoothest roots —

August Giesmann, Merriam Park 2. 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1.00

ChaiS. Krause, Rosetown .50

Spinach —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1.00

Squash, Hubbard —

Frank Dunning, Osseo 4 . 00 .

Frank Dunning, Osseo 3.00

John Gantzer, St. Paul 2. Of

Squash, Simim^r Crookneck —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Chsis. Krause, Rosetown 1.00

Squash, for stock —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

Sunflower, Mammoth Russian —

J. M. Scharff, St. Paul 2.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

Don. Losey, Minneapolis . W

Sunflower, other variety —

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 2.00

J. M. Scharff, St. Paul 1.00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown .50

Swiss Chard —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 2 . 00

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 1 . 00

H. Krause, Merriam Park .50

Tobacco Plants

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2 .00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 1 .00

Tomatoes, early red—

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 3.00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 2 . 00

Charles Waldmann, Minneapolis 1 .00

Tomatoes, medium red —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2. 00

F. F. Farrar, White Bear 100

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park .50



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Tomatoes, late red —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 3.00

J. C. HIghhouse. Little Falls

Chas. 0. Krause, Rosetown

Tomatoes, yellow preservlngr —

Charles Waldmann, Minneapolis 2.00

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park

Chas. Krause, Rosetown

Turnips, strap leaf, purple top —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park

Turnips, White Globe—

. Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2 . 00

Fred Si)(rengeler, Cologne

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne



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Muskmelons, best early —

F. F. Farrar, White Bear $3.00

Mrs. DeWitt Clinton Ruff, St. Paul

Chas. Krause, Rosetown

Muskmelons, best late yellow —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 3.00

Mrs. DeWitt Clinton Ruff, St. Paul

Muskmelons, best late green —

Chas. -Krause, Rosetown 3.00

Watermelons, best early —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

E. G. EJvestredt, Sacred Heart

F. F. Farrar, White Bear

Watermelons, best medium —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2. 00

Watermelons, best late —

Chas Krause, Rosetown

LARGEST SPECIMENS.

1st.
Prem.

Largest beet —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne $2.60

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne

Joe Taylor, Medford

Largest cabbage —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park 3 . 00

F. H. Gibbs, Merriam Park.

John Gantzer, St. Paul

Largest cucumber —

O. J. Beckman, Cokato v 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park ; . . .

J. W. Beckman, Cokato

Largest onion —

Herman Busse, Two Rivers 2 . 00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park

Herman Busse, Two Rivers



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L«argrest pumpkin —

Harold Pattee, Minneapolis 3.dO

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia

Clias. Krause, Rosetown

Largest squash —

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park. , . 3.00

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia

Chas. Krause, Rosetown

Largest Watermelon —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 3.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park

E. G. Evestredt, Sacred Heart

Larget potato —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

Marian DeWitt, Hammond

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne

Largest carrot —

Fred Sprengele-r, Cologlne 2.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne

Joe Taylor, Medford



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Collection of threshed grains ($150 to be divided pro rata) —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia $21.79

George Poor, Hastings 19.64

G. A. Forgorson, Rosemount * 18.25

J. A. Howard, Hammond 18.07

Marian DeWitt. Hammond 17 . 89

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 17.89

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 17.74

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 17.73



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Best exhibit of small grains, wheat, oats, barley
and flax; threshed and in straw; $60.00 to be
divided among all exhibitors —

R. C. Keel, Rochester $9.07

George Poor, Hastings 8 . 26

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 7.73

Marian DeWitt, Hammond 7.27

A. B. Crandall, Red Wing 7. 02

J. A. Howard, Hammond 6 . 91

G. A. Forgorson, Rosemount 6.91

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 6.83

Wheat, red fife, one peck —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 5 . 00

G. A. Forgorson, Rosemount

T. Gray, Rochester

George Poor, Hastings

Wheat, blue stem, one peck —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 5.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne

J. W. Beckman, Cokato

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester



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Wheat, winter red, one peck —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 5.00

T. Gray, Rochester 4.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 3.00 1.00

Wheat, winter light, one peck —

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud 5 . 00

George Poor, Hastings 4 . 00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 3.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 1.00

Wheat, Minnesota No. 163, one peck —

A. H. Gruenhagen, N^orwood 5.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 4 . 00

G. A. Forgorson, Rosemount 3 . 00

George Poor, Hastings ' 1.00

Wheat, Minnesota 169, one peck —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 5 . 00

E. G. Evestredt, Sacred Heart 4. 00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 3 . 00

A. H. Gruenhagen, Norwood 1 . 00

Wheat, macaroni, one peck —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 5.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 4.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 3.00

George Poor, Hastings l.OO

Wheat, best collection of three or more varieties
(one peck each) —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 5 . 00

A. H. Gruenhagen, Norwood 4.00

E. G. Evestredt, Sacred Heart .' 3 . 00

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud l.OO

Barley, white six rowed —

A. B. Crandall, Red Wing 4.00

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 2.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 1.00

Barley, white, two rowed —

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 4.00

Barley, black —

G. A. Forgorson, Rosemount 4.00

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 2.00

George Poor, Hastings .' 1.00

Barley, any other variety —

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud 4.00

George Poor, Hastings 2 .-00

Oats, white, side panicle —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 4 . 00 • .

A. H. Gruenhagen, Norwood 2.00

• Chas. C. Gtay, Rochester 1 . 00

Oats,, white spreading Panicle—

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 4.00

T. Gray, Rochester 1.00

Rye, winter —

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 4 . 00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 2.00

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud 1.00

Rye, spring —

George Por, Hastings 4 . 00

Buckwheat, silver hulled —

G. A. Forgorson, Rosemount 4 . 00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

George . Poor, Hastings • 1 • 00

Buckwheat, common black —

C. E. Murphy, Caledonia 4.00

George Poor, Hastings " 2 . 00



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Corn, King: Philip, 15 ears —

Joe Taylor, Medford $3.00

Corn, White Flint, 15 ears —

Joe Taylor, Medford 3.00

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford 1.00

Corn, Yellow Flint, 15 ears —

J. W. Beckman, Cokato ; S.OO

John Murphy, Caledonia 2.00

G. E. Murphy, Caledonia 1.00

Corn, Smut Nose, 15 ears —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

Joe Taylor, Medford 2.00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 1 . 00

CORN— YELLOW DENT VARIETIES.

1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th.

Corn, Minnesota King, 15 ears — Prem. Prem. Prem. Prem.

J. M. Scharff, St. Paul $3.00

Joe Taylor, Medford 2.00

J, W. Beckman, Cokato 1.00

Com, Dakota Dent, 15 ears —

* J. M. Scharff, St. Paul 3.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 2.00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 1.00

Corn, Improved Mastodon, 15 ears —

B. G. Evestredt,' Sacred Heart 3.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford... 1.00

Corn, Minnesota Early Yellow Dent, 15 ears —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

C. E. Murphy, Caledonia 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford 1.00

Com, University, No. 13, 15 ears —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

Joe Taylor, Medford 2.00

C. E. Murphy, Caledonia ;. 1.00

CORN— WHITE DENT VARIETIES.

1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th.

Corn, White Pearl, 15 ears — Prem. Prem. Prem. Prem.

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia $3.00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford 1.00

Corn, Iowa Silver Mine, 15 ears —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3. 00

Joe Taylor, Medford 2.00

Com, Minnesota White Dent, 15 ears —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

B. G. Evestredt, Sacred Heart 2.00

Fred Sprengeler, Cologne 1 . 00

Com, Rustler, 15 ears —

Joe Taylor, Medford 3.00

E. G. Evestredt, Sacred Heart 2.00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato 1.00



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Corn, White Rice Pop Corn, 15 ears —

Marian DeWitt, Hammond 3.00

Com, Red Jacket, Pop Com, 15 ears—

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia^ 3 . 00

J. W. Beckman, Cokato

Corn, broom seed, 10 heads —

Li, V. Crandall, Red Wing: 3.00

A. B. Crandall, Red Wing

O. J. Beckman, Cokato



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Best exhibit of corn husked and in stalk ($100.00
to be divided pro rata) —

Joe Taylor, Medford ♦ $11.73

E. G'. Evestredt, Sacred Heart 10.73

Fred Sprerigeler, Cologne 10.36

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 9.99

J. A. Howard, Hammond 9.61

A. B. Crandall, Red Wing 9.36

M^vrion DeWitt, Hammond 9.13

H. Krause, Merriam Park 8.87

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 10. 23

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Flax seed — Prem.

George Poor, Hastings 3.00

Flax grown for fiber —

A. W. Bdson, Austin 3.00

R. C. Keel, Rochester

George Poor, Hastings a

Timothy seed —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

. George Poor, Hastings

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester

Timothy in straw —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Marion DeWitt, Hammond

George LaFond, Little Falls

Brome grass seed —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia , 3.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester

Brome grass in straw —

Chas. C. G"ray, Rochester 2.00

T. Gray, Rochester

Kentucky Blue Grass — «

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing 3.00

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud

Millet, or Hungarian seed —

Arthur Cooper, St. Cloud 3 . 00

K V. Crandall, Red Wing

C. E. Murphy, Caledonia :

Millet, or Hungarian straw —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2.00

Joe Taylor, Medford

Louis Anderson, Rochester

Rape, stalks —

Chas. Krause, Rosetown 2.00

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing



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1.00



2.00



2.00



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1.00



1.00



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Red clover in bundles —

J. A. Howard, Hammond 2.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester

Daniel Gantzer, Merriam Park

Red Top —

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing : 3.00

Speltz seed —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 3.00

George Poor, Hastings

A. H. G'ruenhagen, Norwood ,

Mammoth clover seed —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 3.00

Mammoth clover bundles —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester

Alsike clover seed —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 3.00

R. C, Keel, Rochester

L. V. Crandall, Red Wing

Alsike clover in bundles —

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia 2.00

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester

Louis Anderson, Rochester

Any other vai-iety clover seed —

Chas. C. Gray, Rochester 2 . 00

C. H. Murphy, Caledonia



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