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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1911)
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Inilitute Premium List.
JOB CHOW, SUPERINTENDENT,
lost Btalllon, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Cost colt under 1 yenr, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.00.
BcBt colt under 2 years, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.00.
Best colt under 3 years, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.00.
Belgian, Shires and Standard bred, tame at Normans.
Mulo colts eamo ns Normnl colts. ,
BeBt team of farm marcB, ono '$10.00 bed-stead by Atkins & Darbcr.
Socond team farm marcs, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Best team goldliig, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Best brood mare, blanket, vnluo $4.00 by Hanson.
Second, Bcoop board by Wolfo and Whltakcr.
Third, brldlo by Joo Foglc.
Best team mules, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00. v
Best Jack, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Best collection or Shetland ponies, 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Carriages team, 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Single driver, 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Get of stallion not less than 5 to enter.
Ono $14.00 chair by Ed Amack.
Premium to go to owner of stallion.
PRANK COWDEN, SUPERINTENDENT. .
EX-GOVERNOR SIIALLENUERQER, JUDGE.
Bull, thrco yenrs old nnd over, 1st premium, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Bull, two yenra old, undor throo, 1st promlum, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Bull, ono year old, under two, 1st premium, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Bull, under ono year, 1st premium, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Cows thrco years old and over, 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Cow two yenrB old and undor throe years, 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Iielfer ono year and under two, 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
Calf under ono year, 1st. $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Sweepstakes Beef of Breeds.
Herefords, snmo ns Shorthorns.
Red Poled, snmo as ShorthornB.
alloways and Angus, to bo considered ono breed, nnd to compcto same as
airy Breeds, Holstlneo, Jerseys and Guernseys and to compete as dairy
Premiums Bamo ns nbovo breeds.
. . ,., L. P. JOHNSON, SUPERINTENDENT.
Aged male, lBt, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Aged bow, 1st, $2,00; 2nd, $1.00.
Bala ono year and under two year, 1st. $2.00; 2nd. $1.00.
Sow ono year and under two years, lBt, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Malo undor ono yearld, 1st. $2.00; 2nd, $1.00
iow under ono year old, 1st. $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Rid Hogs, Berkshlres and o: I. C, Bame as above.
Sweepstakes. , - - ...
Best male, $5.00. i
Best sow, $5.00.
Best pair, $5.00. -.,
Best bow and litter of pigs, not loss than Ave pigs to litter. '
. , vW; J' LIPPINCOTT, SUPERINTENDENT.
Best open wool buck, nny age, 1st promlum, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00
Best open wool owe, nny ago, lBt premium, $2.00; 2nd. $1.00
Best fine wool buck, any ago, 1st premium, $2.00; 2nd $1.00
Best fine wool owe, any age. 1st premium. $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Best pen open wool Iambs, 1st premium, $3.00; 2nd. $200
Best pen flno wool lambB, 1st premium, $2.00; 2nd $1.00 '
oatB, lBt premium, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00.
on of snoop to consist of at least three Bhocp.
THIRD ANNUAL POULTRY SHOW OF WEBSTER COUNTY
J. O. BUTLER. SlTPRrtlVTK'MnwvT. wvntJ-
nirtin 'iSLlf", C- Cfedler. P. W. White, Commltt'eo on Poultry, to bo
eld in Koontr Tlo Barn, December 18, 19, 20, 1911.
, Judge W. A. Hascbrook, member of the American Poultry AagnrKHnn
fill Judge nil poultry by the Standard of Perfection ABBOC,aUon
1st, $3 00? 2nd $2 0? pron,,Un,B to cach of tho fowIng trio's:
Plymouth Rocks, Barred. ' :"
Plymouth Rocks, White. '
Plymouth Rocks, Buff.
Wynudottes, Goldon J,ace.
Rhode Island Reds.
Bantama entered In pairs, 1st prize, $2.00
Bantams entered in pair, 1st prise, $1.00
TurkeyS,fWhitong '" b eQtered ln Pa,r8' l8t pr,ze' 3-00' and 2nd- 2-00-
Turkey. Bronze or Colored.
pSf rt noJk ,,Bt W,H be accepted na above,
tastitui C0D Per Pe"' Re8u,atlon coops will bo furnished by th'o
mailed on application to tho secretary on noultrv w pEpibJaDwB ,,n be
tmT?:JToZB ot d,8eaao when rocolved or durin th0
llghesVsco?!" g0tr8lo?VO Pr0,U,Um8 W W,U 8,vo a BWPBtako of $10.00 to the
i-!ps!al!es Ior tlKheat scoring male $2.50.
Sweepstakes for highest scoring female $2.50.
FARM PRODUCE?"13 N PULTRY'
Corn. GE0' W HUMMEL- SUPERINTENDENT.
IKf" car8 W-M: 2nd, 10 ears, $2.00; 3rd, 10 cars, $1.00.
White, best 10 earB, $3.00; 2nd, 10 ears. $2.00 3rd 10 cars i inn
Red. best 10 ears, $3.00; 2nd, 10 ears, $2.00; 3'rd lb Ltl $1 00
Sweet best 10 oarB, $2.00; 2nd, 10 ears, $1.00 .
Fop, boBt 10 oars, $2.00; 2nd, 10 ears, $1.00.
' 2eai yeul?w corn ra,8ed by by undor i years, $3.00; 2nd. $2 00
eat whlto corn raised by boy under 16 years, $3.00- 2nd 12 00
i Best single ear any color, $5.00. ' " ,00,
BeBt 10 ears any color, $5.00.
Best collection of corn. $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd $2 00
Beat wheat, ono pock, $3.00; 2nd, wire stretchers $1.50 by Wolfe a Whitw
Best oatB, one pock, $2.00; 2nd, ono spado by Wolfe & WhUake? Wh,taker
B08t UK' ,2'0; 2nd' no year'8 Stb-ertStlfti tohUtnoeCommercal
Beat samplefl of not less than three of the past year's cutting of alfalfa,
$2.00; 2nd, $1.00. , . r v,
f WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT.
RULES. . '
All articles entered must lmvo been made b-exhibitor.
Proceeds of articles sold in th6 Institute hall must go to the (natltuto.
Monday, December 18, is entry day and no entries can bo mndo after
C o'clock that day, except articles of baking, which can bo entered Tuesdnv,
Dccomber 10, until 12 o'clock.
' DOMESTIC PRODUCTS.
MRS. L. ESSIG, SUPER1NTENDMM1-.
Best ono pound butter, $3.00 in merchandise by Miner Bros. Co., 2nd, $2 00 In
merchandlso by .Miner BroB. Co.; 3rd, $1.00 in morchnndlBO'by Minor
i Bros. Co.
Best whlto bread, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Host grahnm bread, 50c; 2nd, 25c. -Best
corn bread, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best Boston brown bread, 50o; 2nd. 25c.
BeBt coffee enko, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best six raised biscuits, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best bIx cinnamon rolls, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best whlto brend mndo of Amboy flour, 1 sack Whlto Loaf flour: 2nd 1 sack
of No. 2 Patent.
Amboy Milling Co.,. will rIvo an additional cash premium of $5.00 If tho
loaf of bread mndo of their flour takes first premium over all.
Best lonf of bread mndo of Hnstlnga Milling Co. Queen Quality flour 2 sacks
t.... vtU.,...v muni nuui ; .;iiu, i buck wuoen quality Patent flour.
To each and every one exhibiting a loaf of bread mado from Queen
Quality flour, tho Hastings Milling Co., will give ono 4 pound package of
ir V ii i ' bvw,juu vuuiuu ui uiuureui uuurB or DreaKiast food.
Best display containing largest number of articles mado of bread doueh
ladles shoes, $3.60, , by H. Dcledrlch; 2nd, China' salad Bet, $2.60, by
Mrs. Burden, 3rd, China plato, $1.00, Mrs. Burden.
Cake and Pie.
Best Angel food cako, 76c; 2nd, 60c.
Best whlto layer, 75c; 2nd, 50c.
Best dark layer, 75c; 2nd, 50c.
Best nut loaf, 75c; 2nd, 50c.
Best fruit loaf, 76c; 2nd, 60c. ,
BeBt Jolly roll, 50c: 2nd. 25c.
Best six sugar cookies, 50c; 2nd, 25c. '.
Best bIx ginger cookies, 60c; 2nd, 25c. i- "
"vl" " ' wuimub, ouu; zuu, 20C. t.
Best bIx ontmonl cookies, 50c; 2nd, 25c. ' "
Best bIx doughnuts, 50c; 2nd, 25c. .V
Best six crenm puffs, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best fruit pie, 50c: 2nd. 25c.
Best pumpkin pie, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best mlnco pie, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best nny ono cniBt pie, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
uesi iour enkes In ono display, hat, value $5.00, by
China dish, value $2.50, C. L. Cottlng; 3rd.
vnluo $1.25. Morhart Bron '
Best three cakes baked by young lady under 20 years of age, 1 dozen photo
S Stovens Bros' CteVnS Br0S'5 dZ.n PhotoaPhs, vaZ
Best. and. largest display of baking mado of Rlverton flour, 4 Baka of River
w1!! Patont' bv Rlverton Roller Mills; 2nd, cash $3.00; 3rd,
casn $2.00. , .i Hr,,aiiifjniKsifBaf
Best and largest display of baking mado by Lebanon flour, 4 Backset LeSSS
oni 'Mny Lebanon MU1 Elevator Co.; 2nd, cash $3.00; 3rd,
Hest canned pear, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Beat peaches, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best chorrlcB. 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best plums, 50c; 2nd, 25c. '' '
BeBt BtrawberrlcB, 60c; 2nd, 25c.
BeBt red raspberries, 50c: 2nd, 25c.
Best apples, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best apricots, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
uest gooBeberrIe8, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best tomatoes, 60c; 2nd, 25c.
Best beanB, 50c, 2nd, 25c.
Best corn, 50c; 2nd, 2"5o
BeBt display 'of fanned fruits, silver standard fruit dish, value $2.60, by J. c
Mitchell; 2nd, China dish, value $2.00, Myra Cook.
Best apple Jelly, 60c; 2nd, 25c.
uoBt crabapple Jelly, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best plum Jelly, 50c; 2nd. 25c.
BeBt grape Jelly. 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best currant Jelly, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best gooseberry Jelly, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best chokecherry Jelly, 50c; 2nd, 25e. '
Best display of Jelly, silver Btandard fruit dish, value $2.00, by J. C. Mitchell
2nd, ronstor, valuo $1.75, Morhart Bros . . iuumeu.
Best Bour cucumber, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
BeBt sweet cucumber, 50c; 2nd, 25c .
BeBt beet, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Best green tomato, 50c; 2nd, 25c. ' ' " ' ' '
Best watermelons, 50c; 2nd. 25c. ' -
Best mixed pIcklcB, 50c; 2nd. 25c.
O. J. Warren;
G. J. Warren;
Mrs. Moranvlllo; 2nd,
Aluminum cako pans,
BeBt bread. 7;o ; 2nd 50c. " 1
Best angel fbfd eake, 75c; 2nd, 50c.
BcBt cake v9,f. any kind (othor than Angel food), 75c; 2nd, 60c.
Best two orMftt plo, 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Host ono orutt pie, 50o; 2nd, 26c.
Heat plo by girl undor 12 yenrs old, 6Qp; 2nd, 25c.
Best cako by girl undor 11, 1st, 10 tepeo tickets, by Mrs. G. J. Warrth; 2nd,
(5 tepeo tlcketn. by Mrs. G. J. Warren.
Befit enko by ftlil umlrr 12, lut, 10 topes tickets, by Mrs
6 tepeo tickets, by MrB. G. J. Wnrrcn.
Boat enko by girl under 10, 1st, 10 tepeo tickets, by Mrs,
S tepeo tlcketH. by Mrs. G. J. Warren.
Best linnd mndo gnrmunt, 75c; 2nd, 60c.
Best nmchlno mndo garment, 75c; 2nd, 60c. ,
Best fancy pincushion, 75o; 2nd, 50c. , v .
Boat embroidery woik, 75o; 2nd, 60c. ' ,', ',
Best crocheting, 75c; 2nd, 50c. ( 4. c
Best darning ot hose, 76c; 2nd, 50c. '
Boat pntched garment, 75o; 2nd, 50c.
Best ploco-of burnt wood, 76c; 2nd, 50c.
Best plcc6 of ombroldery by girl under 10, 75c; 2nd, 50c.
Boat sofa pillow. lBt, hair bow, nluo $1.50, Hnrt & Alios; 2nd, cash 50c.
Dost dressed doll by girl undor 1 1, 1st, doll lint, vnlue $1.75, Hnrt & Ailes;
2nd, cash 50c.
Best free hand Bketch, lBt, 5 Iobboiib ln China painting, by MIsb Potter; 2nd,
Best' display buttonholes, on thrco mntcrlnls, throo on each material, 1st, hat
phi, Mrs. Max. Mlzor; 2nd, ennh 50c.
ART A LOAN EXHIBIT.
MRS. W. A. SHERWOOD, SUPERINTENDENT.
Best oil painting nny Btudy or design, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best water color, any Btudy or design, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
BeBt paBtol nny study or design, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best pleco of hand painted China, conventional doslgn, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best piece of hand painted China, nnturnllstlo doBlgn, $1.00; 2nd, 50c
By any person who has painted less than two ycare:
Best p ece of hand painted China, conventional design, $1.00; 2nd, 00c.
Best pleco of-hand painted China, naturalistic design, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
The institute wlsheB to have a loan exhibit of articles cither old or rare
ELT1 ,n a,"y wo.? ,sPcc,al caro will bo taken of these articles nnd wo
nopo to have a largo display.
Any artlclo not listed nbovo may bo entered
juuKUH win awaru premiums on merit.
,,, EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT.
MABEL DAY ALBRIGHT. STTPEnTxrrcvnrcvT
.1 ah 1 , .. General Directions,
year?' n cxcopt,on mUGt "avo been executed this school
work'lnAdrawInkgmUSt b dn ,n ,nk for a" gradcs abovo tho th,rd- 0XceDt
mounUdAonPcrdrbkoar0d.b0 Writton n n 8lde n,y nnd a,J work mU8t be
1. Jiacu caruooara must be clearly marked
5. Mark cardboard
for which prlzo It is entered.
r CrA11 wo.rk. must, bo delivered en tho 19th day of December to Mtea
benorh Bt n1?81 ha"- W.rk deHvored later h Vo 19th of DeSe"
ber cannot bo entered for a premium.
, 1 . Premium Llat of Individual Exhibits.
u .n,iew yjia or 8tn grade pupil on Evangeline
$2.00; second premium, $1.00.
.. ui. vumvuBiuon oy om or Htn grade pupil on tho
ui uur tjuuy. first nrnmnim 19 nn.
In this department, and
and contain but ono class
clearly with name of pupil and ago competing and
OAAAtlfl .hmmI... S 4 AM
Best description of somo domestic animal' by any 3rd or 4th'grade nunll
First premium, $2.00; second premium, $1.00. P P
.oV.n, Ml naiui oior ,noi iesa man group of three) from anv
n-aflfi11 Vnder,8, F,rat Prem'. 1.00; second premium Toe y
Best display of crayon (not less than group of three) from" any nunll
BestdUnifv Jflr Prem,,um' &w' Becond Premium, 60c
inlll 2y charcoa (not less than group of three) from any pupil
B J arJ- FJfat premium, $1.00; Becond promlum, 50c. P
Be8Unt?ay cr?yon' firs's
under 12. First nremlnm 11 nn. ouonnj n.mi... rX. '
Be8!;ndJlay ' .chaoaI, (not less'than group of three) from any pupil
under 12. First premium, $1.00; second premium, 60c.
nv8Piay Water co.lor' ttot Ie8B than 8nP of three) by any pupil
n..? rini J l premlT ,1-00; Becond Premium, 60c. V P
over 12.' PW:.,ri. F???-.?'"!!8) by any PP
Best Kaffir corn, ono peck, $2.00; 2nd, ono year's subscription to thn PMf
peck; box ot cigars, $2.50, Parks & Havel; 2nd, $1.00
Bost millet seed, ono peck, $2.00; 2nd, ono year's Bubscrlntinn tn !, nut ,
Best vSr8' ?200; 2nd-ono !&s&
Best potatoos ono peck; box
Best onions, ono pock, box clgarB. Wnltor Means: 2nd tl 00
Best turnips, ono pock, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Best mangle beets, $2.00; 2nd $1 00
Best table beets, one pock, $2.00; 2d $1.00
Beat carrots, ono peck. $20; 2nd, $1.00.
Best parsnips, ono pock, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Best peanuts, ono quart, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Beat poppers, one quart, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
men pumpiuns, two, iz.00; 2nd, $1.00.'
Best squash, two, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Best kersllaw, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Best plate of apples, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd. $1.00.
Best collection of wild grasses, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
Best tame grassos, $2.00; 2nd, $1.00.
est wild bay baled, $2.00; 2nd, f 1.00.
bmsi oaie or airaua, s.oo; 2nd, $1.00.
nof . MISVIilPPiNC0TT' SUPERINTENDENT,
vov im.D u ujuici, fi.uu; na, boc.
Best hardanger, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best drawn work, $1.00; 2nd, 50c
Best colored embroidery, $1.00; 2nd, 60c
Best battenberg, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Beat braid lace. $1.00; 2nd. 60c.
Beat shadow embroidery, $1.00; 2nd 50c .
Beat wallachlan, $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Best tatting. 11.00: 2nd. nn
BeBt netting or tenerlff, 60c; 2nd, 25c. '
Best embroidered corset cover, $1.00; 2nd, 60c. '
Best embroidered or beaded walBt, $1.00: 2nd. 6O0
Best embroidered apron, $1.00; 2nd, 60c
Best pair of embroidered pillow caseB, $1.00; 2nd. 60c.
Best Infants wardrobe, $1.00; 2nd, 50c
Beat dlBplay of darning. 50c; 2nd, 25c.
Be8t d,8n!KalbU60oT 2nd,e825O0n " mater,a,B' " bUttn h0,eS 0D each
BoBt patched garment, 60c; 2nd. 25c.
Best Bilk knit article, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
BeBt woolen knit article, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
BeBt cotton knit artlclo, $1.00; 2nd, 50c, , '.
nnf l0 or 1,ne" 'S?01 rd or more, 60c; 2nd, 26c.
BeBt knit bed spread, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Boat Bilk crocheted artlclo, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best woolen crocheted artlclo, $1.00; 2nd. 50c
Best cotton crochotted article, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
nJ n?nlwrf Kno2 crochetd "ace. 1 yard, 50c; 2nd, 25c. ,
Best crocheted bead spread, $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Best dlsplsy of Irish Crochet; $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Qulft y Crocheted Ba(r sl-; 2nd, 50c.
BeBt silk pieced quilt, "$1.00; 2nd, 50c Mil' '1.', l
BeBt cotton pieced quilt, $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Best woolen pieced quilt, $1.00; 2nd. 60c. '
Best display of quilting, $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Sofa WjjK displaying largest numbor of pieces, $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Best silk pieced sofa pillow, 766; 2nd, 50c.
BeBt cross stitch, 75c; 2nd, 60c.
Best hardanger, 76c; -2nd, 60c.
BeBt colored silk embroidery, 76c; 2nd 60e.
Best colored coton or wool, 75c; 2nd, 50c.
Best novelty pillow, 75c; 2nd, 50o.
Largest display -of embroidery, knitting and crocheting made by one person.
ly Miner BroCo by M'ner Br8' C': 2d' ,2,0 morchaniHse,
Articles Made by Ladles Over 60 Years Old.
BeBt piece of oyolot embroidery, $1.00: 2nd. 50c.
Best hardanger, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best drawnwork, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best battenborg, $1.00: 2nd, 50c.
Best tatting, $1.00; 2nd, 60c.
Beat crocheted bed spread, $1.00; 2nd, 50o
Best knitted artlclo, $1.00; 2nd. 50c.
Best knitted mittens, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.
Best knitted Btocklnsrs or Ine'dnn i nn. wi r.n
.Bost ,0B cabin quilt, 1st, pair knitted slippers, by Mrs. G. W. Hummel; 2nd,
Best oldest quilt (having boon mado any tlmo during exhibitor's life time),
. by Mine? Bros Co ' y M,nor Br0B Co,; 2nd' 1C0 merchandise;
BeBt cake , mad by lady jover 70 years of age i 1st. silver spectacle case, value
.uu, oy j. c. Mitchell; 2nd, cash $1.00.
Best pleco of hand work made by lady over 80 years of ago 1st hand knit
shawl, value $3.00. by Mrs. Pfaares; 2id, cash 1 $1.00. '
Prmin ef t1iAn
First nrnmlum ti nn. iuahj n.., n-'
Be8over3Pl,2ay $&&& &.j ' by any pupil
Tinaf Mnn. xt i -,".,., bcuuuu premium, buc.
Best map of Nebraska Bhowlng rivers, rallroada, and five largest towns
First premium $1.00; second premium, 60c. B 8,
14. Best map of Webster
conntv nv nnv mmii i.n in m . . .
$1.00; sconnrt nn,i..m in- """ u"ut4 A" rirBl Premium,
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.iesi rroauct Map of North America. First
w - mj & a cu.uuuniiiii i.v nnv mm.. ... a tt.. x .
m - --- mm u. 1-iiai. U1CU11UU1.
premium, $1.00; second
x.uu: eecona Drommm Rno
Be8Ldm8P,foo8P6n8h'P,I:y between 8 ". First prem-
Best display of Penmanship by 'any pupil over 12
second premium, 50c.
uesi cartoon Bhowlng evils of tho
First premium, $1.00;
nnon waton mm ammm.. u j
CUD. First nrflmliim tl rn. -j ". J -"""" unuiunu
j&8-ttrzrs 'A, mam. M,
uesi aispiay or Mechanical Drawings,
cunt uiBpiay or Bench Work (since
.vu; secona premium, $1.00,
aw. ""A.!"8 SUPERINTENDENT,
Inn uv CIAICCU or UQQer.
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13081 aispiay or Geography wdrk from any graded Behool.
f o.vv; second premium, $2.00.
First premium, $2.00; second
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