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THE FARMERS INSTITUTE
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November 19, 20, 21 and 22 at the
Opera House and Noon Block
in Red Cloud, Nebr
WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT.
Rule.
1. All articles entered must have been made by exhibitor.
2. Any article having received first premium at Farmer's Institute here-
wiore can not oe enterea ior a premium.
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HORSES-Cuu A.
Joe Crew, Supt
A stall f e of 60c for each animal entered Lot 1.
Draft.
Na. 1. Best Stallion $5.00
No. 2. Bast colt under 3 yrs. ....................... 8.00
3.00
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also.
8. Any article entered in a display cannot be entered for a single premium
4. Articles .entered for nremium miv ha Hold tv ahlhltA hut an ant h
removed from nail until close of Institute.
6. Articles entered for premium must he finished.
DOMESTIC PRODUCTS.
Mrs. L. EssigvMrs. Wn. Thomas, Superintendents.
Batter.
c no. a. scat colt under s vrs
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mo. 8. nest colt under Z yrs.
we. c. Ben coit under l yr. . . . .
Lot 8. Roadster and coach, sane as draft
Lots. Jacks and mules, same as draft
: No. 18. Best team fern marts 88.00
,No.l4. Beet team geldings . 8.00
No. II. Beet team mules , 8.00
No. 16. Best Shetland ponies 8.00
No. 17. Best carriage team 8.00
No. 18. Best single driver . . 8.00
No. 19. Get of stallion not less than Ave eolts under two
years old .............. lv.vv
CATTLE Class B,
Limon Essie Sunt.
A stall fee of 60c per head.
Letl. Beef Breeds.
No. 1. Bull three years old and over $3.00
No. 2. Bull two years old and under 3 3.00
No. 3. Bull 1 year old and under two 3.00
No. 4. Bull under one year 2.00
No. 6. Cow three years old and over 3.00
No. 6. Cow two years old and under 3 ,. . 3.00
No. 7. Cow one year old and under two 3.00
No. 8. Cow under one year old i 2.00
.1 Lot 2. Dairy Breeds. Same as Beef Breeds.
s. No. 9. Best bull, any age, beef breed Diploma.
A No. 10. Best cow. any age, beef breed Diploma.
a No. 11. Best herd, beef breed. 1 bull and 3 females... Diploma.
No. 12. Best bull any age, dairy breed , Diploma.
$ No. 13. if est cow, any age, dairy breed uipioma.
jno. 14. Best nerd, dairy Dreed, l nun ana v xemaies... uipioma.
HOGS Class C.
L. P. Johnson, Supt.
Pen fee of 50c for each pen.
, ixn l. t'oiana uninas.
No. 1. Best boar, two years old and over $2.00
No. 2. Best boar, one year old and under 2 2.00
No. 3. Best boar, under one year old 2.00
No. 4. Best sow, two years old and over 2.00
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5. Best sow. one year old and under 2 2.00
6. Best sow under one year old 2.00
Lot 2. uuroc Jerseys, same as roiana uninas.
Lot 3. Berkshlree. Same as Poland Chinas.
To. 19. Best boar, any asre or breed $2.00
FNo. 20. Best sow. any aire or breed 2.00
'-No. 21. Best pair, any age or breed 2.00
Mo. zz. Best sow and utter oi not less tnan t pigs un
der 4 months old 2.00
SHEEP Class D.
W. J. Lippincott, Supt.
Pen fee 50c.
Lot 1.
No. 1. Best buck, any asre 82.00
6 No. 2. Best ewes, any aire 2.00
; 'pair of Iambs 2.00 ,
Lot 2.
No. 1. Best goat, any age or breed . 1.00
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FOURTH ANNUAL POULTRT SHOW OF WEBSTER COUNTY.
George Trine. Wm. C. Creider, T.W. White, Committee on Poultry, to be held in
There will be two premiums to each of the following trios: 1st, $1.60, $.76.
Plymouth Rocks, Barred.
Plymouth Rocks, White.
Plymouth Rocks, Buff.
Wyandotte, White.
Wyandotte, Buff.
Wyandottes, Golden Lace.
Khode island Keds.
Brahmas.
Cochins.
Lanshans,
Leghorns, Brown.
Leghorn, White.
LAgaorns, buxt.
. Miaoreas. -
Blue Andalusians. '
Anconas. ,
Orphington, White. ' '
Orphington, Buff.
Hamburg.
Game.
Bantams, entered in pairs, 1st prise, $1.00.
Bantam entered in pain, 2nd prize, $.50.
' The following will be entered in pairs, 1st prise $2.00, and 2nd $1.00.
Turkeys, wnite.
Turkey, Bronte or Colored.
Ducks. White.
Ducks, Colored.
Geese, White.
Geese, Colored.
Any bird not listed will be accepted as above.
Entry fees 25c per pen. Regulation coops will be furnished by the Insti
tute. Entry blanks will be mailed on application to the secretary on poultry,
W. C. Creider. No charges for blanks, leg bands, etc. All entries must be made
and birds in show room before 4 p. m., November 19, 1912, and must not be
removed until 4 p. m., November 22. 1912.
Any bird showing symptoms of disease when received or during the ex-
fcltilttnn will ha removed at once.
In addition to above premiums we will give a sweepstaite or o,w to me
highest scoring trio.
Sweepstakes for the highest scoring male, $2.50.
Sweepstakes for highest scoring female, $2.50.
COMMITTEE ON POULTRY.
Rules of the American Poultry Association will be followed.
FARM PRODUCTS. Class F.
' Ben Pegg, Supt
All products must have been grown by the exhibitor in the season of 1912.
Lot 1. Corn.
1st
1. Best 10 ears yellow corn $3.00
2. Best 10 ears white corn 3.00
3. Best 10 ears red or bloody butcher 3.00
4. Best 10 ears of calico 3.00
6. Best 10 ears any color
6. BeBt single ear, any color
7. Best collection of corn 3.00
8. Best 10 ears yellow corn raised by boy under 16
years old '.'"':
v. Best iu ears wnue corn raiseu oy uuy unuur m
years old
No. 10. Best 10 ears sweet corn
No. 11. Best 10 ears pop corn
No. 12. Best peck of wheat
No. 13. Best peck of oats
No. 14. Best peck of rye I
No. 15. Best peck kafflr corn
No. 16. Best peck' cane seed
No. 17. Best peck of millet seed
No. 18. Best peck of early Ohio potatoes . . . . t
No. 19. Best peck of any other varietiy
No. 20. Best peck sweet potatoes
No. 21. Best peck onions
No. 22. Best peck turnips i . . .
No. 23. Best peck table beets
No. 24. Best six parsnips
No. 25. Best six carrotts
No. 26. Best three mangle beets ,
No. 27. Best quart peppers .
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No. 28. Best quart peppers
No. 29. Best two pumpkins V
No. 80. Best two squashes
Nn. ai. Best two kershaws
No.82. Best plate of apples
No. 33. Best collection train grasses
No. 34. Best bale wild hay
No. 85. Best bale alfalfa hay
No. 36 Best sample of not less than three of 1912 cut
ting of alfalfa
1st
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Best white bread
Best graham bread
seat corn bread
Best Boston brown
Best coffee cake . . .
Best six raised biscuits
. Best six cinnamon rolls
Cake and Pie.
Best angel food cake
Best white layer ...
seat aant layer
nest nut loex
Best fruit loaf
Best Jelly roll
Best six surer cookies
Best six ginger cookies
Best six fruit cookie .
Best six oat-meal cookie
Best six dough-nut
Best mince Die ...
Best six cream puffs 60
Best fruit Die 0
Best pumpkin pie 50
Best any one-crust pie 50
1st
Best four cakes in one display 2.00
Canned Fruit.
Best canned pears 60
Best canned peaches 60
Best canned cherries 50
Best canned plums 50
Best canned strawberries 50
Best canned raspberries 50
Best canned apples 50
Best canned apricots 60
Best canned gooseberries 50
' Best canned grapes 50
Best display containing six cans 75
Jelly.
Best apple jelly 50
Best crap apple jelly 50
Best plum jelly 50
Best grape jelly 50
Best currant jelly 50
Best cherry jelly 50
Best choke-cherry jelly 50
Best gooseberry jelly 50
Best display containing six glasses 75
Pickles.
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Best sour cucumber $ .50
Best sweet cucumber 60
Best beet 50
Best green tomato 50
Best watermelon 60
Best mixed pickles 50
Best tomato catsup 50
Special Premiums.
Best bread made of Amboy flour.
1st. 2 sacks of White Loaf flour.
2nd. 1 sack of White Loaf flour. .
Amboy Milling Co., will give an additional cash premium of $5.00 for
best bread at Institute if made from Amboy flour.
If the best bread at the Institute takes the $5.00 cash premium, then the
second best bread from Amboy flour will receive the two sack of White Loaf
and the third heat bread from Ambov flour will receive the one sack of White
Loaf flour. In addition 26c sack of self-rising pancake flour or 25c package of I
breakfast food will be given to everyone competing ior above premiums
Beet white bread made of Riverton flour.
1st 2 tack of Riverton High Patent
2nd. 1 sack of Riverton High Patent
Beat white bread made of Lebanon flour.
1st 2 sack O. K. Lebanon flour.
2nd. 1 seek O. K. Lebanon flour.
Best white bread made of Hasting flour.
1st 8 sack Queen Quality Patent flour.
2nd. 1 sack Queen Quality Patent flour.
NEEDLEWORK.
Mr. Lippincott, Mr. Sherwood, Superintendents.
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Beat piece of eyelet embroidery $1.00 I
Best piece of French embroidery 1.00
Beat piece of Mt MeUck LOO
Beet piece of punch work t. 1.00
Beat piece of shadow embroidery 1.00
Best piece of drawn work 1.00
Beat piece of hardanger 1.00
Beat piece of colored embroidery 1.00
Beet piece of wallachlan 1.00
Beat niece of battenberr . LOO
Best piece of braid lace LOO
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Best embroidered waist 1.00
Best embroidered pillow case 1.00
Beat embroidered corset cover 1.00
Beat embroidered apron LOO
Best tatting i"f L00
Best netting or teneriff JO
Knitting.
Beet silk knit article ......
Best woolen knit article
Best cotton knit article
Best cotton or linen lace
Rent knit bed Rnre&d ..
Best display of knitting containing four pieces.
Crocheting.
Best silk crocheted article $1.00
Best woolen crocheted article l.uu
Best cotton crocheted article 1.00
Best cotton or linen lacef 1.00
Best crocheted bed-spread 1.00
Best piece of Irish crochet L00
Best fancy crocheted bag L00
Best display of crocheting containing four pieces.. 1.00
Sofa Pillow.
Best silk pieced 75
Best cross stitch 75
Best hardanger , 75
Best colored Bilk embroidery 75
Best colored, cotton or wool, embroidered io
Best novelty pillow
Quilts. X
' Best siiK pieceu
Best cotton pieced L00
Best woolen pieces. L00
Best display of quilting L00
Quilt displaying the largest number of pieces .... 1.00
- Articles Mk By Lad let tier ft Year tkJ.
His Helll Ferris, Superintendent.
1st
Best piece of eyelet embroidoy $1.00
Best piece of hardanger 1.00
Best infants wardrobe L00
Best piece of drawn work 1.00
Best piece of battenberg 1.00
Best ptece or tatting i.uu
Best crocheted article 1.00
Best knitted article 1.00
Best knitted mittess 1.00
Best knitted stockings or leggins 1.00
Best log-cabin quilt 1.00
Oldest quilt (having been made during exhibitor's
lifetime) 1.00
Best hand made article made by lady over eighty
years of ago 1.00
Best fancy needlework made by lady over eighty
years of age 1.00 '
Best cake made by lady over 70 years of age 1.00
GIRLS DEPARTMENT.
.' Mrs. Harris, Superintendent
Girls entering must be sixteen or under.
Baking. ....
Best angel food cake .75
Best dark cake .75
Best light cake 75
Best cake baked by girl under 14 .75
Best cake baked by girl under 12 75
Best cake baked by girl under 10 75
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Special Premium. r
Best bread made of Amboy flour 2,00
Best bread mad of Riverton flour.
1st 1 sack of Riverton High Patent
2nd. $.60.
Best bread made of Lebanon flour.
let 1 sack of a K. Lebanon flour.
2nd. $.60.
Beet bread made of Hastinea flaar.
1st 1 sack ef Queen Quality Patent fleur.
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Best darning of hose
Beet Mtehea varment
2" ? f.Bhroidery by girl under 10
oero ooxa, nuow
Beat dreased doll by girl under 14
Beet free hand sketch
ART AND LOAN CTHIMIT.
Mr. Hummel, Superintendent
Beet oil painting, any study or design $1.00
Bert water color, any study or design LOO
Beat pastel, any itudy or design LOO
Bert mineral painting on fabric 1.00
Bert piece of hand. painted. China, conventional design. . 1.00
Beat piece of hand nainted China, naturalistic design.. 1.00
Beat piece of hand painted China, conventional design,
by any nerson who ha nainted ! than tmn un 1 no
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xcfcpiece ox nana paintea linina. naturalistic design
St ""y.P""0" wl nee paintea less tnan two years 1.00 .bo
The Institute wishes to nave a loan ashlhlt nt arflta ifh M - mm
unusuai In any way. apeciai care win be taken or these article and w
to have a large display.
. DISCRETIONARY.
Anv article not Muted ahnve miv hn nnfjtrod In thin .lonavtm.. ,.! tJmmmm
will award premiums on merit
A premium of $5.00 cash will be paid to the lady making the largest nmav
ber of entries, including entries in the ladies departments and poultry depart
ment
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT.
Gertrude L. Coon. Superintendent.
GENERAL DIRECTIONS.
1. All work must have been executed this calendar year.
2. All work must be dono in ink for all grades above the third except work
in drawing.
3. All oaners to be written on one Hide nnlv and all wnrlr mmf. tu mmmM
on cardboard.
4. Each cardboard must be clearly marked and contain but one class of
work.
5. Mark the cardboard clearlv with name of thn nunll nr th aohnnl mm.
peting and for what prise it is offered.
6. All work must be delivered to the aunerintendent nf thla dmortmAnt n
later than six o'clock on Tuesday, the 19th of November.
GENERAL EXHIBIT.
. 1st
1. Best exhibit of school work from any rural district
in the county $2.00
2. Best exhibit of school work from any village or
high school district in the county 2.00
3. Best display of geography work from any graded
school 2.00
4. Same from any rural school 2.00
INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT.
1. Best written work in Arithmetic by any 7th or 8th
grade pupil . 1.00
2. Same for 6th or 6th grade pupil 1.00
3. Best specimen of penmansnip by any grammar
JpTmwQ pupil uU
4. Same for any intermediate grade pupil 50
6. Same for any primary grade pupils 50
6. Best free hand pencil drawing by any pupil 1.00
7. Best display of water color, (not less than group of
three) from any pupil under 8 1.09
B. Best display of crayon, (not lea than trroup of
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anr nunll
Bert display of charcoal (not less than arronn of
three) from any pupil under 8 1.00
Beer aispiay 01 water color (not lea tnan group or
three) from any nunil under 12 1.00
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IS. Bert display of charcoi
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rcoal (not less than erroun of
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18. Best display of water color (not less than group of
three) by any pupil over 12 1 JO
14. Best display of crayon (not less than group of
three) by any nunll over 12 1.00
15. Bert display of charcoal (not leu than group of
three) by any pupil over 18 LOO
If. Bert display ef mechanical drawings 1.00
17. Bert dismay of history man . 1.00
18. Bert map of Webster county , 1.00
19. Best relief map of Nebraska 1.00
80. Beat display of domestic science and art work from
any pupil of traded acaeol 1.00
21. Same ef any la rural school 14)0
88. Bert display of manual training for any pupil of
aaea scnooi .vu
ne for any pupil in rural school . , 1.90
84. Bert collection or hand work (tour piece) by any
primary pupil L09 .60
All entrlee except Ladles Department ehould be made with the Secretary at
the SUM Bank. Entries close at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, Nov. 90th.
Entries for the Ladles Department will be made at the hall In the Mooa.
block and will olose at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, Nov. Soth., except baklag
and that closes at noon Nov 90th.
Cattle, hogs, poultry and sheep exhibit will be shown at Koouts's Tie
Baru. The homes and mules will be ahown at Ilailny's Tie llarn. ,
All farm products consisting of grain, vegetables aud the ladies department
and school exhibits twill be shown at the ball In the Moon block.
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