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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1915)
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Will stand for season of 1915. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
at F. E. Payne's farm; Thursday. Friday and Saturday at Red
Cloud Tie Darn.
TERMS: S12.50 for the season. S15 to insure colt to be ten
T. J. Lemonds, Mgr. F. E. Payne, Owner
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OYER STATE BANK
E. S. Garber
Html Kstntu, I'm in onns
Children Write Of
Their Lincoln Trip
Ilulnvv wo publish u couplt! of letters
written by two Wetistur oininty school
(ililliliun, who wore ninnMff tliosi' hi
iMiiiipiiny witli Miss Ciortiiult) L. Coon,
our nlile county Hiiporlnti'iiiluiit, lit
tciidliiK tliu Short Co u iso in Lincoln,
lust wi'ulc. Thu letters nro Interesting
ami spunk for themselves:
After nrrlviiig in Iiineoln uril look
inir iiroiiixl the fiirins our first trip wus
to St. 1'hu1 church unci we lieiiH the'
pipe orgitn nnd some very nice sing
ing On Monthly we went to the
capital nnd we went up In the dome
mid saw prine wiir relics. Then to the
museum nml trnw Nome bones of mil
mals nnd people, then to the public
llbniry where wo saw lots of books
Then ue went to the state farm. They '
took us uroiintl the farm We huil ill
party in the evening with -.'i boys mitl
18 girls from 17 counties, nml there
were seven boys iitnl otio trlrl from '
Tuesday nioinlng we hail class judg
ing'pigs Iu tho afternoon we hinl u
talk on vegetable growing, fruit grow
ing, (lower culture, and landscape gar
dening. We had pictures of n boy
when he started to school nnd when
he graduated, mill wo judged beef cat
tle, also wo had a lecture on manure
Thursday wo judged dairy cattlo. We
hail a lecture on butter, also a lecturo
on gasoline engines and we had our
pictures taken. Thursday evening we
saw pictures on horsea, chickens nnd
irrinatlon, and wo hail a class on wheat
mid oats. Iu the afternoon wc went
to tho Beatrice creamery. From there
we went to the ice plant. On Friday
we took Important points about h
horse. Iu the nfteruoon we went on
an excursion nml wo went through the
telephone ofllco. Prom thoro we went
to a big laundry i then to a printing
olllco whore they print the Lincoln
Dully News. In tho evening wo went
to tho university where wo saw thorn
melting iron In tho foundry,
Saturday wo went down town and
left for homo at 1'2:30 and nrrlved at
homo on the 9:1.1 train.
John A. Coon.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Our first visit in Lincoln was on Sun
day to St Paul's Mcthodiob church,
where wo heard a pipe nrgun and also n
tine orutorio, besidcu the regular ser
mon. Monday morning wc wcro taken to
the Agricultural hall and registered.
After this wo started on our fust ex
cursion, visiting tho Cupitul building,
the Museum, the Public Library and
tho Library hall. Wo then returned to
the state farm and ate a hearty dinner.
After dinner Mr. Skinner showed us all
over tho farm. We visited tho Ma
chinery building, the Judging puvlllion,
the Veterinary building, tho cattlo and
horu barn, the Dairy building and tho
Mo lei farm.
After supper wo were given a recep
tion hy the faculty. Wo enjoyed the
evening very much
Tuesday morning utter hreukfaat we
wcro Bhown through the rooking laho
ratory, whoro wc becomo ucq'ininted
with the different utensils. Then we
hud a cooking Issbod on cereals.
After dinner wo went to the Agricul
tural Hall and heard a lecture by Miss
Brown un "Sowing," followH by an
other lecturo on "Nature S udy" bv
Miri-Hulo-k ' '
Wc-ppcui Ttesdiiy evening toasting
unrsuuiHl.owa in the woods.
Wednesday n,orning Htter breakfusi,
we bail a icciurd on Cooking," and
then we were taken to tho dairy huil i
log, where w were given a lecture on
Huiter Making." We then whui
butk to the c mking labor itory nd hud
our eo. kn g ii-rniiii on "Pii.teui "
Wtilnebiiuy, atlt'l- dinner, wo went to
the Agricultural hull, where we ,)Ui
iinoihi-r lecturo by Miss Brown on
'Sewing," fi liowed by onu on "Home
D'curtttions," by Miss Ort. Thin the
buya' uuri girln' pictur s were taken,
afur winch Mhs Pottrsun gave a ti.ln
on "Club Wo.k "
Wedn-waay evening we went to the
Agricultural lUll, where moving pic
lures were Hhon, Showing a hoy guii g
t-irough the School of Agriculture,
were shown. Thii was followed by a
tnik by MisCo'bin.
Tnurijday morning a lecture on
"Serving" win giv.n. Tne cooking
lesson (.lien followed this. We then
served dinner, huving Mira Coon and
Miss Peterson as guests.
After dinner we took another excur
sio i going to the Huclgo & Gueuzel
store to Hludy furniture, and to the
Beatrice Creamer Co. Station.
After supper we hud another illus
tr.iteu lecture showing horses, hens
and some suite fair pictures
Frid.iy morning we hart another Jec
ture on "Cooking," tollowed by tin
canning of fruit.
Friday afternoon we took another ex
cursion, visiting the Automatic Tele
phone iifHce, the Evans Lsundry, and
th Lincoln Daily News printing tfll.'e.
Friday evening we saw the engineer
ing display, in which iron was melted
and molded, weed was carved and
several other things carried on.
Saturday morning we prepared to K
home. We left Lincoln about 12:30,
having a fine trip and reaching Kea
Cloud about 8:15.
There were twenty-two girls and
twenty-three boys attending the Short
Course. There were twenty counties
represented. Of these Webster coun
tyrhad the largest delegation.
We left Linco n feeling' that we had
enjoyed a fine time and learned as much
as if we had been in Bchool during the
Weather and Crop Conditions
Lincoln, Nebr., May 4. The week
was warm, tho temperature averaging
4 degrees above tho normal. Tho tem
perature, was low Tuesday morning,
with heavy frost In the e.xtrcmo west
ern counties. Showers occurred iu
nearly all parts of tho State. Tho rain
fall was less than half an inch iu many
counties, but ranged from threefourths
to somewhat moro than an Inch iu
others. Tho rainfall generally was
heaviest in the western enmities. Tho
past week has been excellent for tho
growth of vegetation and for the pro
gress of work. Apple trees are in full
bloom. Whott, oats, ami grass huvo
grown fast. Alfalfa is l'i to L' I inches
high. Corn planting has begun in the
southern counties nnd seeding of small
gruiu is well advanced In the northorn.
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ALL THE PHONES
For First Class
(iradtiatc Chicago Veterinary College
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AT HAILKY'STIE BAKN
Rod Cloud -:- Nebraska
Imported French Percharon Stallion
DAMIER, No. 40282
DAMIEIt la well known In this vicinity aj
auront draft bIuIIIoii. H'h mils nln8
nhow his breeding, anil have sold at
much higher prices on tho market than
colts from any horse cv r stnod in Camp,
bell. Lyman Eastman ralsrd loma fine
colts from him; one at .1 years welshed
1983 pounds. He sold him for $100, and
tho man that bouxht him sold lil.n for
J00O. Joseph llrunke raised 2 that at 3
years welirheri 17flO nnd lbOO. and ho sold
them for $)50. His colls always brlnir
bl(? money on tho mark-t. 1 havo a pair I
have been offered $180 for. He Is the
tho horo that you want to raise colta
from that you can be proud of. llcme and
look at thu One strlnir of colts I have of
Will stand for season of 1915 at F. E. Payne's barn,
TERMS-$12.50 for the season; $15.00 to insure colt to be
tea days old.
Should owner of mare part with fame, or remnve from countv,
service fee bccoma due at once. C'Hre will be tnken to prevent acci
dents, but will not be reflponniule should any ccur.
F. E. PAYNE, Owner
A MAN IS AS QOOD
$ AS THE FOOD HE FEEDS ON $
The better the food the healthier the
man. Every man, if he values himself,
insists on pure, good, sweet butter and on
really fresh eggs. Our reputation for sell
ing fine butter and eggs is perfectly well
established in this community. Our gro
ceries are the best in town for the money.
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
P. A. WULLBRANDT
THE HOME GROCERY
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