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THE NORTH PLATTE s SEMI "WEEKLY TRIBUNE
LINCOLN COUhTY FAIR
LOT 4 HAND SEWING
LIST OF PREMIUMS
(Continued from Fridays Issue.)
LINCOLN COUNTY SCHOOLS
AILEEN GANTT COCHRAN, Superintendent,
North Platte, Nebraska.
L. RURAL SCHOOL EXHIBIT
""" LOT 1.
1 Best map of Nebraska, mounted on card
board, slzo 12x20 Inches $2.00 $1.00
2 Best specimen penmanship, mounted on
cardboard, sire 10x12 Inches 2.00 1.00,
3 Best physiology drawing, mounted on
cardboard, site 12x10 Inches 2.00 1.00
4 Best specimen book 5.00 2.50
5 Best illustrated story of Amorlcsm inven
tions, mounted on cardboard, slzo 22x28
inches . 2.00 1.00
6 Best map of United States, mounted on
cardboard, slzo 30x3G Inches 2.00 1.00
7 Best produce map of United States, slzo
30x3C inches 2.00 ' 1.00
8. Produce map of Nobraska, slzo 30x36
Inches 2.00 1.00
9 Best booklet 6n any farm topic 2.00 1.00
10 Best booklet on any geographic topic 2.00 1.00
11 Best booklet on Nobraska 2.00 1.00
FREE HAND CUTTING PRIMARY GRADES
12 Best Illustrated story 2.00 1.00
13 Best illustration of day of tho week 2.00 1.00
14 Best collective exhibit penmanship 2.00 1.00
A first Grand Prize of $100.00 and a Second Grand
Prifco of $50.00 will bo offered to the rural school In
Lincoln County which earns tho most points in first and
second prizes, and which has a registered attendance at
the County Fair of thirty per cent of tho school patrons of
tho district Bach first prize will count ten points, and
each second prize will count five points In determining
tho total points earned by a school district.
GRAND PRIZE $100.00 $50.00
GRADE SCHOOL EXHIBIT
15 Best exhibit of any primary grade $2.00 $1.00
16 Best exhibit of any. second grade 2.00 1.00
17 Beat exhibit of any third grade 2.00 1.00
18 Best exhibit of any fourth grade 2.00 1.00
19 Best exhibit of any fifth grado 2.00 1.00
20 Best exhibit of any sixth grade 2.00 1.00
21 Best exhibit of any Beventh grade 2.00 1.00
22 Best exhibit of any eighth grado 2.00 1.00
23 Best collective exhibit of penmanship 5.00 2.50
TOWN OR RURAL SCHOOL EXHIBIT
24 Beat bird house ' $2.00 ' $1.00
25 Best landscape drawing 2.00 1.00
26 Best drawing of head 2.00 1.00
27 Best individual drawing exhibit 2.00 1.00
28 Best drawing exhibit of any school 2.00 1.00
29 Best model of an airplane 2.00 1.00
30 Best poster for salo, entertainment, etc.,
size 30x3G Inches 2,00 1.00
31 Best sowing exhibit of any girl up to 12
years of age 2.00 1.00
32 Best seeing exhibit of any girl over 12
years of age 2.00 1.00
33. Best sowing exhibit or any school . 2.00 1.00
34 Best manual training exhibit , 2.00 1.00
35 Best picture, or pictures of school build- '
lnga shown by town school 25.00 15.00
56 Best plcturo or pictures of school build
ings shown by rural school ,15.00 10.00
(Exhibit to consist of -photographs of
grounds, building and equipment.).
37 Beat card pencil drawing 2.00 1.00
38 Best card crayon drawing 2.00 1.00
39 Beat cartoon 2.00 1.00
40 Best calendar , 2.00 1.00
NOTE A penmanship exhibit will consist of ono lino
ovals, one line "push and pull" movements to Illustrate
movement exercises, ono set small letters, ono set capital
letters, one set figures from ono to ten, inclusive and one
quotation of not less than four lines and not moro than
ten lines. No entry will bo considered unless it contains
ho grade. .
CLASS K WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT
MRS. E. N. OGIHR and MRS. N. C.BOWEN
All articlos must bo the work of tho exhibitor.
All work must bo completed.
LOT 1 KNITTING
1 Ladies Swcators $2.00
2 Man's Sweater 2.00
3 Wool Cap 1,25
4 Lace, 1 yard or moro - 1.2a
5 Slippers 1,25
LOT 2 CROCHETING
6 Bed Spread, Solid Crochet 2.00
7 Lunch Cloth 1.00
8 Dresser Scarf 1.00
9 Laco on bath towel 1,00
10 Laco on Linen towel 1,00
11 Lace, yard or moro 1,00
12 Bag 1.00
13 Night Gown Yoke 1.00
14 Collar 1.00
15 Irish Crochet Artlclo 1.00
16 Filet Crochet Artlclo 1.00
17 Centerpiece 1,00
18 Doily 1.00
LOT 3 CROSS STITCH
19 Apron 1.00
20 Tablo Cover 1.00
21 Towel 1.00
22 Centerpiece 1.00.
23 Shirt : l.QO , .50
24 Night Dress 1.00 .50
25 Fancy Apron . 1.00 .50
2G Work Apron . 1,00 .50
27 Patching on Cotton nnd Wool ,1.00 .50
28 Darning on Cotton and Wool .1.00 .50
29 Specimen Buttonholes on 3 materials 1.00 .50
LOT "1 BABY DEPARTMENT
Carriage Robo 1.00
Crochet Bootees 1.00
Crochet Jacket .. 1.00
Crochet Hood 1.00
Crochet Pillow . 1.00
Knitted Hood 1.00
Embroldtefod Pillow 1.00
Embroidered Bib , 1.00
Embrotdorcd Flannel Petticoat 1.00
Embroidered Drees 1,00
Embroidered Jacket , 1.00
LOT 6-OLD LADIES DEPARTMENT
(Those Competing Must Bo Over 65 YoarB Old)
Patchwork Quilt, worsted ' 2..00
Patchwork Quilt, cotton 2.00 '
Knitted Mittens or Gloves , 1.00
Knitted Stockings or Socks 1.00
Embroidered Pillow Cases 1.00
Crochet Tidy or Centorpfeco 1,00
47 fc Knitted Sweater 1.00
48 Crochet on Pillow Cases 1.00
49 Patching on 3 materials 1.00
50 Darning on 3 materials 1,00
COUNTY COLLECTIVE BXHIBITS
Exhibits in this class are limited to county precinct
exhibits in the nanio of a society or porson.
- Nothing herein Bhall prevent an individual exhib
itor from having hl3 oxhlblts scored and receiving equal
consideration for score mado.
For n collective exhibit it must be grown in the
precinct, and for tho Individual exhibit it must bo grown
on tho farm of tho 'exhibitor and cultivated by tho ex
$500.00 Will Bo Divided Anions tho Precinct
Exhibitors, us Follows.
First Prize ., 1 j.$125,l00
Second Prize j . 100.00
Third Prize ' . . 80.00
Fourth Prize. -.1 , 60.00
Fifth Prize .j ' 45.00
Sixth Prizo ' 35.00
Seventh Prize , . 30.00
Eight Prize 25.00
Any individual exhibiting stuff grown in fields other
than his own will be barred from tho prizo money.
Any precinct exhibiting stuff grown in fields outsldo
their respective precinct will bo barred from tho prizo
Any precinct compotlng must have thirty per cont
of its residents represented during tho term of tho Fair.'
For example: 100 population in Hall precinct; 30 must
bo represented or registered during tho four days of tho
Fair otherwise ' tho precinct will not bo cligablo for a
W. J. O'Connor,
W. B. M&lo&fy
W. P. Saydof
J6hn Jon os
J. O. Wilson
W. E. Starr
North Platto Chamber of Commerce
A. J. Salisbury
John Fowler' J. C. Wilson S. M. Soudor
W. J. Hendy
O. H. Thoolocko
F. C, Piolstlcker
Mrs. Roy Cochran
T. S. McCrone T. E. Doolittlo
Ray O. Longford
PRECINCT CHAIRMEN OF
OF LINCOLN COUNTY
ANTELOPE J. K. Miller, Brady.
BRADY Geo. Williams, Brady.
BIRDWOOD D. E. Martin, Horshoy.
BUCHANAN A. M. Gates, Maywood.
COX S. C. Bowman, Brady.
COTTONWOOD S. R. Pattison, Maxwell.
DEER CREEK J. M. Soudor, Dickens.
EAST HINMAN C. B. Soudor, North Platto.
FAIRVIEW E. A. Rishol, Horshoy.
FOX CREEK H. C. Carpenter, Curtis.
GARFIELD Ed Fox. Stapleton.
GASLIN John Ginapp, Brady.
HALL T. S. McCrono. North Platto.
HARRISON H. G. Bundy, Arnold.
HINMAN Frank Strolberg, North Platto.
HOOKER L. C. Marovish, Wallace.
JEFFERY James Craig, Brady.
KEM Louis Frederick, North Platto.
LEMON Otto Messmor. North Platte.
MAXWELL W. C. Crampton. Maxwell.
MEDICINE Sam Filbert, Wollfleet
MILLER Franlc Facka, North Platte.
MYRTLE Ed Hamm, Staploton.
NICHOLS John Fowlor, North Platto.
NEWELL H; H. Wendoborn, HerBhoy. . fl
NORTH ROSEDALE Dan Mathers, Tryon.
OSGOOD Warren Doolittlo, North Platto.
PAYNE J. M. Aborcromblo, Bignoll.
PECKHAM Fred J. Tetro, Brady.
PLANT Gust Brantlng, North Platto.
ROSEDALE James Bochan, North Platto.
SELLERS W, W. Huntor, North Platto.
SOMERSET Perry Mulllkin, Somerset.
SPRINGDALE John Harshflold. Sutherland.
SUNSHINE B. B. Powell, Paxton.
SUTHERLAND James Whito, Sutherland.
TABLE C. S. Kilnor, Gaudy.
VROMAN Nato Brattoen, Gothenburg.
WALKER Dan McNlcklo, Farnum.
WELL Andrew Howard, Wollfleet
WHITTIER A. E. Mltznor, Staploton.
WILLOW Guy Yoho, Dickons.
I. M. Aborcrombie,
W. W. Hunter,
A. E. Olson
Ira L. Bare, R-. D. Birgo,
O. E. Eldor, S. J. Koch, W. P, Snyder,
S. M. Soudor.
Single Tickets $ ,60
Single Season Tickets 2.06
Childs Season Tlckota (10 to 15 years) 1.00
Children's Tickets, ovor 10 nnd undor 14 years-! .50
Grandstand , ,60
Auto Parking, around fenco 1 1.00
Automobllo and Hack License for tho Fair . 5.00
Quarter Stretch Tickota ,50
Evening Tickets .25
Children's Evening Tlckota ovor 10 and under 15 .15
All school Children Admitted FREE Wednesday, Soptem
Fanners Dny Thursday. September 21st, Mr. Schroycr tyM
Spoalc on this Day.
Tho enthusiasm and awakened Interest In tho exhibits
of tho products of tho fields, orchards and gardens of this
County give promise of tho Inrgost and host display of
products at our September Annual Fab far exceeding
that of any provlous yoar.
Farmers fool that thoy aro directly Interested In got
ting these products placed where all can see what Lincoln
County may do toward tho world's supply to tho need of
humanity, und how it may tako u part in this great supply
to nations efforts, to meet tho demand of tho peoplo and
nations of tho world for food, seeds and how she' may aid
In putting in order, and offoctivo working conditions, tho
machinery of Pence that after tho victories of war havo
brought to us an enlarged stago of action In tho world's
great drama. With Increased ability, Lincoln County is
hero to share with our stato and nation In tho greater
responsibilities of peace and prosperity.
secretary not later than September 18th.
Tho County Fair Association will not under aht cir
cumstanccs, bo liable for any damage, of whatovor den-
crlptlon, caused by or to any person, vehicle, automobile,
or other convcyanco while In the grounds or property of
Tho Association will do all it can to protect and
caro lor all articles placed on exhibition, but In no caaa
will bo responsible for nny loss or damage that may
Tho officers of tho Lincoln County Agricultural So
ciety endeavor to conduct tho Fair in a manner that wilt
recoivo tho approbation of all fair-minded people. They
wolcoma nny suggestions you may caro to mako which
lend to promoto tho Interests of tho Fair. Any complaints
ns to errors or unfair JLroatmont occuring during the
present Fair should bo made to U10 Dopartmontl Superin
tendent or Secretary at tho time of tho occurance. Co'ur-
luous consideration win do given.
Fast driving and riding within tho grounds is strictly
Tho Pollco Department is Instructed to deal Bovorety
with any porson or porsons violating this rulo.
Tho Board of Managoro may prohibit tho run nine of
automobiles or horso-drawn vehicles within tho grounds, or
on any part thereof whenever, in their opinion, it become
While wo aro expecting tho main part of tho show to
como from tho flolds, tho farms, tho gardens and tho barn
yards, wo shall nevertheless havo plenty of ontor&iinmont
so that each day may bo full of Interest to everyone.
Wo bollove. from present .Indications, tho greatest In
terest in common will bo taken In tho products of agricul
turo, oxceedlng that of provlous oxhiblts, but in theso
strenuous times relaxation is necessary for happiness and
health; and tho management will mako cortajn of your sat
isfactory entertainment To that end tho Fair officials
aro securing tho host attractions on tho circuit for tho
amusement of tho visitors. ,
On our program wo havo tho following:
Lnckmnn Exposition ono of tho host carnivals in thr-
Robert Stlckncy & Company, in two separato acts.
Tho Willint Troupe, two separato acts.
Wondcrlnnd Qunrtclto, colored people.
Cowboy rnces, Indian races und Romnn chnrlot races
will be some of tho real entertainment, both dny nnd night.
BijrnoU Novelty Company and The Wnlkcr Musicals.
TWO SECTIONS OF THE STATE LAWS
Section 3015. (Salo of Liquors, Gambling, otc, Pro
hibited Penalty). No persons shall bo pormlttcd tj sell
Intoxicating liquors, wines or boor of any kind, or x:tlgit
or conduct indecont Bhows or dances or engago in tumb
ling or games of chance, horso racing elthor insliJ tho
enclosure where any stato, district or county agricultural
sooioty fair Is boing hold, or within forty rods thereof,
during tho time of holding of ouch fair; any porson found
guilty of any of theso offonBos herein numerated shall be
fined in tho sum of not less than five nor moro than fifty
dollars for such offenso; provided, tho trial of speed of
horses undor the direction of tho stato society shall include
In tho term of horso racing; provided also, that upon fil
ing proof with tho state treasurer, of a violation of this
act insldo in'closuro of such fair, tho amount of monoy
appropriated shall bo hold from any monoy appropriated
for tho ensuing year.
Section 3107. (Arrest of Off enders) . Tho Presi
dent of any such socloty, tho marshal, or any pollco of
ficer appointed by tho board, shall bo ompoworcd to ar
rost, or causo to bo arrested, any person or porsons en
gaged in violating nny of tho provisions contained in
Section, 1C of this Chapter, and causo thorn forthwith
to bo taken beforo a JubUco nf tho peace, 'thoro to be
dealt with as provided in said section; and thoy may
seize, or caused to bo seized all intoxicating liquors,
wines or beer of nny kind, with tho vossols containing tho
samo and all toolB or other implements used in any
gambling or other game of chance, and may remove or
causo to bo removed, nil shows, swings, booths, tents,
carriages, wagons, vessels, boats, or any other nuisances
that may obstruct or causo to bo obstructed, by coloctlng
porsons around or othorwlso, any thoroughfaro leading
to tho enclosure in which agricultural fair is to bo hold,
and any porson owning or occupying any of tho caunes
of obstruction horein specified who may rofuso to ro
movo Bivdh obstruction or nuisance, when ordered to do
so by tho President of such socloty shall bo Hablo to
a fine of not loss than five nnd not moro than twenty
dollars for each offenso. '
All officors of Agricultural and Mechanical Soclotloa
and members of tho Press generally aro respectfully in
vited to attend tho Fnlr. AddrcsB Scott McCrono for proper
To all porsons having concessions on tho ground of
this association for which payment of not loss than $10,00
is made, will bo glvon a freo ticket. This will bo tho only
exceptions made. Address Scott McCrono,
1. The entriea close at 4:00 p, m. shurp on Soptombor
19. You aro requested to hayei all exhibits on tho grounds
.before tho abovo specified tlmo.
2. To mako entries in nny class, call at the office of
tho secretary which is tho first building on tho Fair
Grounds, for entry blanks nnd instructions.
3. Thoro will bo no entry feo charged to anyono
wishing to exhibit in all classes.
4. This socloty will not bo responsible for loss ot
life or accidents that might occur to any porson or
persons during tho Fair. Neither will It bo rosponslblo for
any damages that might occur to exhibits of any kind or
In any clasB. Howovor, all posslblo precautions will bo
taken to prevent damago or loss.
5. No entry (will bo recolved in any class for premi
ums unloBs tho Bamo Is shown in tho premium list. Any
ono desiring to mako exhibits not covered by premium
list should mako arrangomonts beforo September 18th.
6. All puro bred stock must bo accompanied by certi
ficate of registry, which certificate shall bo handed to the
7. See special program showing nil feature attrac
tions and amusemonts. If you fail to get ono at tho gate,
call at tho Secretary's offlco.
8. No exhibitor shall bo present when tho Judges are
passing upon tho merits of his exhibit
9. Beforo removing any oxhlblts from tho building
aftor tho closo of tho Fair, oxhlbitors aro requested to
call at tho secretary's desk for ontry blank and check out
tho superintendent of tho dopnrtment In which tho ex
hibit was cntorod.
10. Wo havo arranged so thoro will bo no admission
charged at tho oxhlbit halls. Hawevor, thero will bo n
small chargo to see amusements, to help dofray tho ox
ponscs of securing them.
11. Arrangements havo boon mado for tho University
of Nobraska to furnish Judges. This assures us of com
petent Jndgos for nil departments.
12. Exhibitors of live stock aro requested to return
ontry blanks, properly filled out ns thoy will reach the
LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION
APPLICATIONS FOR ENTRIES OTHER THAN
Toar out this pngo and write entries on tho rovorso
Wrlto your name plainly and address carofuUy and
plainly on this side. '
If statoment is required on what you proposo to ex
hibit, havo its ready and hand it in with this application.
Bo particular to glvo letter of class and number of
premium In which you wish to oxhlbit.
Under "description of nrUcIesM bo suro to describe
each article carefully, giving tho oxact language in the
Sond list of entriea by mail whenover posslblo. No
Thoso who mall entries to tho Secretary bofore- the
fair will find their ontry tickets ready for thorn on reach
ing tho fair. Apply for your entry tickets at tho Secretary's
Attention of exhibitors is called to tho now form
of niaking entries and plan of awarding premiums. Prem
iums offorcd aro numbered consecutively from No. 1
through tho Hat. Examplo: Should you wish to mako an
ontry ot "Winter Wheat" your entry vrfll bo "Promium
No. 1, Class F." Seo premium list.
By obsorvanco of the directions horoln contained, an
error Is not posslblo nnd all confusion of a crowd at tho
fair will bo avoided,
8. M. SOUDER, Socrotary, North Platto,- Nobraska,
I wlBh to mako application for entry as follows:
Namos In full
Postofflco . County
Stato . Street No J
(If a resident of a city g'vo strocit number.).
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