Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1921)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
TOE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud. Nobrnsktv
PUUL1M1EJ) EVEItt THURSDAY
Untcrrd In tlio I'ontolllcc at Kid ( loud, Nub
an Hccond Clnns Mnttcr
A. B.MoARTllUR, Editor mid Owner
Foreign, por column Inch 15c
Xocivl, 10 & 12
Farm Bureau Notes
HIGH SCHOOL STOCK .1UIK2ING
The Stock Judging Contest held nl
tlio Farmers' Institute where six of
the seven High Schools competed.
A class of Duroc gills and a claps
of Poland Kills with oral reasons on
1ho Poland gilln. A class of short
horn heifers and a class of Hereford
cows with oral reasons on the Ucic
ford cows. A class of marcs were
placed hy the contestants.
Red Cloud was first, score of 15G5;
Kcklcy 2nd score 1517; Rluc Hill
-third score M72; Guide Rod: fourth
-score 1138; Cowlca fifth score 1259
and Iimvalo Cth score 1210.
George Grccnhalgh of Ecklcy
School was high man, score, G31 ;
Robert Overing of Red Cloud High
. .School second, scoro 557 and Raymond
.JDcnton, CowIob High School third,
Logan Ohinslcilii of Guide Rock
was high nirtn in horses, Geo. Grcen
lmlgh of Ecklcy high man in hogs and
Robert Overing of Red Cloud was high
-mnn in cattle.
Duroc Roars 1st Chr.s. Miner;
""2nd Chas. Minor and 3rd Logan
Ohnistedc. Duroc Litter 1st Oscar
Poland Cliina Boars 1st Eugene
White; 2nd Spencer Vance; 3rd Earl
Portiner. Poland China Gilts 1st
4nd 2nd Eugene White; 3rd Albert
'"Vance. Poland Litter 1st Eugene
"White. Rest Showman 1st Oscar
Lea: 2nd Lormicr "Edson and 3rd
CALF CLUH WINNERS
Holstcin Calf Club Heifer 1st
Paul Gurney. Shorthorn Calf Club
1st Amelia Steward; 2nd Marion
Steward; 3rd Everett Johnston; 4th
Eugene White and 5th Henrietta
Demonstration Contest 1st Short
horn Calf Club; 2nd Holstcin Calf
. HENRY R. FAUSCH
County Agricultural Agent.
GOOD ROAD DINNER AT
GUIDE ROCK ON TUESDAY
On Tuesday a number of Red Cloud,
Guide Rock, and Superior, enthusiasts
met at tliu invitation of the Guide
Rock Community Club at the hotel in
that city, to fiivt discuis an excellent
meal, and then the possibility of a
real road between Red Cloud and
There were about seventy five pre
sent and a very delightful time was
spent in discussion of this most im
As a result of getting together of
these three communities and pulling
together from now on, a lot of good
work will bo shown in the next few
-months, we believe.
Some of Nucholls county's com
onissioners were at the meeting, but
Webster county commissioners were,
According to local Secretary Hnrd
iiun, conspicuous by their absence.
"Is it a guilty conscience that makes
41iki nvrtM 4 tin cm rrof li ahim rvc iilinft
MlVVt UIU11I VllflU UkllUllllJ IVIIVIU
4hey are invited, or just an utter in-
difference to public opinion?" asks
1WE FARMERS' INSTITUTE
jMOAIE ECONMICS DEPARTMENT
.2Bcst Luncheon Set, Embroidered 1st,
, ltfrsV'Chas. Trautman, .50c
Best Luncheon jSct Trimmed With
Crocheted Lace 1st, Mrs. Ralph
-Chaplin, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. C. E. Mc
Mahon, Bladen, .25c
JJcst Embroidered Towel--lst, Miss
Helen Rciher, .50c
Host Pillow Cases, Embroidered and
Monogramed 1st, Mrs. M. L. Put
man, Inavalc, .50c; 2nd, Dora Rrink
man, .25c , r
Rest Fancy Sheet and Pillow Cases
1st, Mrs. M. R. Corner, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs. Ralph Chaplin, .25c
Rest Table Runner 1st; Mrs. W, II.
McClintock, .50c;..2nd. Mrs. M I..
.I'C.Cfinii''ieco ' Holly with Cro-
dieted Lace lht, Mrs. O. C. Legctt..
.50.: 2nd, Mr.-?. John Cumming5..25.!
Ucfit Drcor Scarf, Crocheted Lace
1st, Mri. Harry Dodriclc, ,50c, 2nd,
Mr.?. M. L. Putman, Inavalc, ,25c
Rest Colored Embroidery 1st, Miss
Helen Reiher, .50c; 2nd, Dora
Rest Eyelet Embroidery 1st, Mrs.
M. L. Putman, .COc; 2nd, Dora
Rest Pi each Embroidery 1st, Mrs.
Lou Rwakoy, ,G0c; 2nd, Mrs, M, L.
J'utmnn, Inavale, ,25c
Rest Punch Work 1st, Mrs. Lou
Rest Cross Stitch 1st, Mrs. Stetson,
.50c; 2nd, Miss Helen Rciher, .25c
Rest Tatting 1st, Mrs. W. II. Mc-
Clinlock, .50c; 2nd, Nettie Frr.ncif
Rest Hemstitching 1st, Mrs. Lou II.
McMahon, ,50c; 2nd, Dora Brink
Rest Fancy Hand Rag 1st, Mr.
Rest Woolen Crocheted Article 1st,
Mrs. Clins. Crago, .50c; 2nd, Mrs.
Dave Hell, .25c
Rest Cotton Crocheted Article 1st,
Mrs. M. H. Putman, Inavalc, .50c;
2nd, Mrs. Stetson, .25c
Rest Cotton or Linen Crocheted Lace ,
1st, Mrs. Harry Dedrick, .COc; ,
unci, Mrs. Kims. Truuttnun, ."Joe
Rest Cotton Crocheted Yoke 1st,
Mrs. M. H. Putman, Inavale, .50c;
:ni, Mr. JCnipn uiapnn, .c
Rest Center Piece or Doily, all Cro-
chctc.l-lsl, Mrs. Harry Dedrick, '
.jjOc; 2nd, Mrs. John Cummings, .25c j
Rest CoUon Knit Article or Lace-ls,,
Mrs. J D. Taylor, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs. John I' ox, ..5c ;
i , pi -ii r 1 1. Ar ,J
Rot Child's Garment 1st, Mrs. W.
II. McClintock, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Chas.
Rest House Drcfs Wash Material
1A Mis. A,.r.a Wright. .50c
Rest M"ado Over Garment 1st, Mrs.
J. D. Taylor, Rlr.den, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs. F. Fulton, Blnden, .25c j
Rest Darning 1st, Mrs. F. Fulton, '
Rladcn, .50c I
Rest Patched Article 1st, Mrs. F.j
Fulton, Bladen, .50c
CANNED FRUIT and VEGETABLES ;
Rest Canned Pears 1st, Mrs. Ren '
Pegg, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. C. II. Rob-!
inton, Rladcn, .25c
Rest Canned Peaches 1st, Mrs. Lou
McMahon, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs.
C. II. Robinson, Rladcn, .25c
Rest Canned Apples 1st, Mrs. C. H.
Robinson, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs.
Lou McMahon, Rladcn ,25c
Rest Canned Apricots 1st, Mrs. Etta
Gurney, Jr., ,5c; 2nd, Mrs. Lou Mc-
, Million, .25c
Rest Blue Plums 1st, Mi". E. II.
Loseke, Inavalc, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Clco.
Best Red Plums lht, Mrs. Lou Mc
Mahon, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Robt.
Best Cherries 1st, Mrs. Frank Fish,
Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Lou Mc
Mahon, Rladcn, .2oc
Rest Rlackbcrries 1st, Mrs. Robt.
Rciher, ,50c; 2nd. Mrs. Lou Mc
Mahon, Rladcn, .25c
Rest Rhubarb 1st. Mr. Frank Fish,
Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Dora Rrinkman,
Rest M'omnlocs 1 , Mr-. Frank Fish,
Rladcn, .5Cc; 2nd. Mrs. Robt. Reiher.
Re-1 Corn lt. "Sin. l!-n Peprjf, .30c;
2nd. M. E.( Hurwrker, .25c
Rot String Roans 1st, Mrs. M. E.
Hunsickor. .50c; 2nd. Mrs. J. P
Ret Carrots 2nd, Miv. Lou Mc
Mahon, Rladcn, .25c
Rest Peas 1st, Mrs. Frank Fish, .50c
Rest Canned Pumpkin 1st, Miv. M.
L. Hunsicker, .50c
Rest Apple Jelly 1st, Mrs. Lou Mc
Mahon, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Ren
Reht Plum Jelly 1st, Mrs, Lou jIc
Mnhon, Rladcn, .50c
Rest Grape Jelly 1st, Mrs. Wise
Rest Blackberry Jelly 1st, Mrs.
Rest Peach Preserves 1st, Mrs. C.
II. Robinson, Bladen, .50c; 2nd, Mrs.
McMahon, Bladen, .25c
Rest Pear Prcservcs 1st, Mrs. Etta
Gurney, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. C. H. Robin
son, Bladen, .25c I
Best Applo Preserves 1st, Mrs. Lou
McM,nhon, Bladen, .50c
Best Strawberry Preserves 1st, Mrs.
O. E. Lcggctt, .50c
Best Cherry Preserves 1st, Mrs.
Robt. Reiher, .50c
Beat Watermelon Preserves 1st,
Mamie Wilson, Inavale, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs. Ben Pcgg, .25c
Best Tomatoes Preserves 1st, Mrs.
C. H. Robinson, Bladen, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs". Geo. Rnmcy, .25c
Best Jam 1st, Mrs. Ben Pegg, .50c
PICKLES AND RELISHES
Rest Peach Pickles 1st, Mrs. C. H.
Robinson, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs.
Frank Fish, Rladcn, .25c
Rest Pear Pickles 1st, Mrs. Ren
Pegg, ,50c; 2nd, Mrs. C. H. Robin-
Rest Watermelon Pickles 1st, Mrs.
Lou McMahon, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs. C. II. Robinson. Bladen. .25c
Hoi Cuouinlipr Plokloslsl. Mrs.
clco. Griffeth, ,50c; 2nd, Mrs.
Frank Fish. Blndon. .25c
Best Dill Pickles 1st, Mrs. Etta
Gurnoy, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Frod Mau
Best Beet Ridden 1st, Mrs. Frank
Fish, Blndon, .R0c; 2nd, Dora, Brink
Bent Chow Chow lf.1, Mrs. Claro
Wolfe," .fiOc; 2nd, Mrs. Ben Pcgff.
Rout Gran Tomato Plcklo lit, Mr.
Lou McMahon, Blndon, .50c; 2nd,
Mrs. Dave Dell, .25c
Rest Mixed Pickles 1st, Mrs. Robt.
Rciher, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. J. Lnmboro,
Rest Tomato Catsup 1st, Dora
Rrinkman, .50c; 2nd, Mrs. Ren!
Pcgg, .25 c
Rest Canned Soup 1st, Mrs. O. 10.
Rest Cottage Cheese 1st, Mrs. C. II.
Robinson, Rladcn, .50c; 2nd, Mrs.
R. L. Hunsicker, .25c
Rest Homo Made Soap 1st, Mrs. A.
A. Cooper, Inavalc, .50c; 2nd, Mnmie
Wilson, Inuvnlc, ,25c
,t Orantre Marmalade 1st. Artie
i)icicrsoii, Inavalc, .50c
' , Rest Rread, Amboy Flour 1st, Mrs.
N. M. Green, two .sacks Amboy
fonr. 2n . Ml Ella ril1n0Vi one i
.lck 'Ainn0 Hour. j
j,rpn, jivorton piour M, Mrs.
A A n,ickonlaf f, two R!lclcs Kivcr.
lol flour. 2nd Mr8, Ermn um,
mveHm floHp ,
j,, H.cn(1 Mpybest iri0Ur 2nd, Mrs.
M. C. Minter, one sack Mevbcst
Rest Lebanon Flour 1st. Mrs. C. II.
Miner, two sacks Leiianon flour; j
2nd, Mrs. J. E. Rctz, one 'sack Lcba-!
I Best llrcmt Red Cloud Flour-lst.!
Mrs. L. Shermnn, two sacks of Red
Cloud flour; 2nd, Mrs. D. M. Gar
ber. one sack of Red Cloud flour.
Rest Rrnad Hastings Flour 1st, Mrs.
E. J. Emmerton, two sacks Hast
ings flour; 2nd, Mrs. Dave Bel',
one nck llastine flour,
IV st Graham or Whole Wheat Rrc.i.l
1st, Mrs. N. M. Green, .50c; 2nd
Mrs. J. E. Rctz, ,25c
Root Vlobton Ilrown"urciul 1st, Dora
Rp-t Raking Powder Nut Bread 1.4f.
Dora Rrinkman. .50c
best Butter 1st, Mrs. A. J. Tophain,
52.00; 2nd, Mrs. R. L. Hunsicker.
Meat Anglo Food 1st, Mrr. Etta Gur-,
Ell.. H...I M.... H.lit t,vlmr I
IJI'.V, "'Uli 1111, .Ml. llUUk, ItvllKi.
Most White Cake 1st, Mrs. J. Top
ham, ,50c; 2nd, Mr. Will Roberts,
Rest Yellow Cake W. Mrs. ' Dave
Roll, .nOc: 2nd, Mr-,. C. II. Robinson.
Rot Chocolate Cnke 1st, Mrs. Will
Roberts, .50c; 2nd, Dora Rrinkman
o n i. i -n. Pl,t Hnd Painted China 1st, Ilea
Spice Cako-lst, . Dot wlM.,im. Kn
t,.. .1 cn.. n.l At.. T T
lil'iUMIiim, .un:, -uu, inin. .
Rpl Fruit Cake 1st, Mrs. Lou Mc- j
Mahon, Bladen, .50c '.
Rpt Gimrer Bread 1st, Jlra, Pora
l'-t Ph' i" 'iH-cr Cookies 1st, Mr?,
N. M. Oiron, .."iOc; 2nd, Mr. R. C.
. SrhuH?', .25c
l t Rollod Oali Cookies 1st, Mr.
Dora Fr'mkman ."Op: 2nd, Mr?. Bon
I'Pjrr, .UOC .
WmI Gingrr Cooklos-lst, Mv. Wl-
I1TP", ..-ur: ami iirv. v . 11. -
Rpl lTormlU ov Rork"- 1st, Mi-f.
Louise Krlchum. .50-: 2nd. Mr-
.1 r T.. (if-
Beft Fruit l'lo-lst, Miv-. F. A. Vanop
.50c; 2nd, Dora Rrinkman, .25o
Rest Pumpkin Pip-M. Mr?. J. A
Tophain, .50c; 2nd, Mr.. J. Lj.ip
Rest Mince Pie 1st, Mrs. Emma
Rest Any One Crust Pie 1st, Dora
Rrinkman, 2nd, Mrs. L. Sherman
ARTICLES MADE RY LADIES
OVER 60 YEARS OFAGE
Best Display of Tatting or Crochet
Lnmbrecht, Inavalc, .Is
1st, Mrs. Geo. Pope, .75c; 2nd, Mrs.
C. Lambrecht, Inavalc, .50c
Rest Eyelet Embroidery 1st, Mrs. J.
Best Tatting 1st, Mrs. W. E. Thorne,
,75c; 2nd, Mrs. Ella Markam .50c
Best Crocheted Article 1st, Mrs. M.
A. Murphy, .75; 2nd, Mrs. C. Lam
brecht, Innvalc, ,50c
Best Knit or Crocheted Lace 1st,
Mrs. E. L. Haller, .75c; 2nd, Mrs.
Mary Able, .50c
Best Sample Real Lace 1st Mrs.
Elln Morkam, .75c '
Best Knit Mittens 1st, Mrs. W. W.
Hognte, Bladen, .75c
Best French Embroidery 1st, Mrs.
W. W. Hognte, Bladen, .75c; 2nd,
Mrs. J. Topham, .50c
Best Knit Bed Spread 1st, Mrs. Ed.
McClure, .75c; 2nd, Mrs. Clark
Rest Fancy Sheet and Pillow Cases--
1st, Mrs. M. E. Simpson, .75c; 2nd,
M. M. Hognte, Bladen, ,50c
Best Hand Made Towel 1st, Mrs.
Mary Able, .75c
Rest Center Piocc 1st, Mrs. Geo.
Pop; 2nd, Mrs. W. W. Hogate,
lfct Cotton Patch Work Quill 1st,
Mrs. S. E. Johnson, .7Bc
Real , Silk ' Patch' Work Quilt-lit,
Mrs. Ed. McClure, .s5c
Rest Hand Made Article by Lady
Over 80 Years 1st, Mrs. W. W.
Hognte, Rladcn, .75c; 2nd, Mrs. R.
Post Fancy Needle Work by Lady
Over 80 Year.- l.-t, Mrs. W. W.
Hognte, Rluden, .75c
Rest Display of Neddie Work by
Lady Over 80 Years, 1st, Mrs. W.
Hoj'atc, Bladen, .75c
Rest Colored Embroidery 1st,
W. W. Hognte, Rladcn, .75c
Rest Dust Cap Wash Material-
Mildred Mizer, .50c
Rest Laundry Rag 1st, Rachel Ruck
les, .50c;' 2nd, Wilma, Havel, ,25c
Rcst Rtuiirnlow Apron 1st, Lois
Wright. Me I
Rest K1I1 i 11 Apron--1st, Lcona '
Rt-enkcy, .fide; 2nd, Riichcl Ruckle .
ic,i Lace Trimmed Corbet Cover in
.Mildred Muer, .50c
Best lUoomerH lt, Elizubolh Mizer,
.50c; 2nd, 1). Etto Corner, .p5c
lle-t White Petticont-lst, DEttc
Iot Wash Drees 1st, Naomi Corner,
Tw oreh Anron 1st. Elizabeth
Mlsser, .50c; 2nd, Margaret Robert?.
Rct Kimonn 1st, Elf a Taylor, Rla-
UcL Honist.chmg-lst, Ruth Drake.
50c; 2nd, Esther White, .25c
Best Embroidered Towel 1st, Mnr
jorie Clabaugh, Guide Rock. .50c
Best Buttonholes 1st, Elvn Tnyor,
Bladen, .50c; 2nd, Rachel Ruckles,
Rest Tatting 1st, DEttc Corner, .50c
Rest Crochcting-lst, Josephine Rarta
' Gc -'"' Naomi Comer, ,25c
nest Knitting 1st, Helen Schultz,
Rest Porch Bloue 1st, Elizabeth j
Muter-, .50c; 2nd, Delte Corner, .25c J
Rest Limrh !Sel -ll, Josephine Bar-'
I Bot i'ancy Apron 1ft, i.ulah Estop,
Guide Rock, .B0c; 2nd, Ruth Stick-
ley. tiute kock, .zdc
R"t b.ir ivnti -ml tenter Piece o
Doily 1st, Vtririina Caldwell, .'0c
I Ilo'-t Stocking Darn 1st, Mildicd
I M'P,, .50c
Rp-t Pa'ch on Garment 1st, Mildred
Mker, Mc 2nd, Wilma. Havel, .25-
I'.e Kn-nch Hemming 1st, Mildred I
Rest Display of Crochuting 1st
Jo-ephme Cloud, ,50c
Rest Doll Dro.so 1st. Helen Schultz
.'i0c; 2nd, Ethel Houchin, .25c
I "' A '"'"""i .""
Best Sofa Pillow JsS Elvn Tnlor
I lllnrfnti. .Kiln
Ret Pread Mijbe'-t I'lour 1st, Jc
bephine Pnrto. $2.00
Beat Bread Hn-t.F Flour 1st, Lu-
dle Funk, -2.00; J;nd, lona , Funk
Bst Rrer.d Rod C'otid- Floui' 1st
H''in Didrick. S2.00
Best Bun.- bv G -1 under IS year'
lt,t. Johephine Rarta, .50c; 2nd.
' Tlnlm. llr,li-lr.l
rj(,sL (;boloato Cnke-lst, Irma Pcgg
; l?(,st whitn Ij!iy01. Cake 1st, Helen
i .n.P. r.
n t j f M h, Cake Is-t, Mildred
Rest Light Cake by Girl Under 12
1st. FrnncU Moans, .50c
1st, Hp'on Barrows, .50c
Rest Sui-ir- Ponklps ':-t. DEtto Cor
ner '(' ""1' M.l liodgn. .2."ic
Rest C.miipd Pearlies-- 1 st, 0th Grade
-Domctic Sconce Class, .50c; 2nd,
Ruth Overing, ,25c
Best Canned Pears 1st, 9th Grade
Domestic Science Class, ,50c
Best Canned Tomatoes 1st, Ruth
Overing, .50c; 2nd, 9th, Grade
Domestic Science Class, .25c
Best Cucumbc Pickles 1st, Agatha
Best Dried Vegetables 1st, Mildred
and Eliznbcth Mizer, .50c
Best Pickled Peaches 1st, Domestic
Science Class, 9th Grade, .50c
Best Salad Tomatoes 1st, Ruth
The premium of $5, awarded for
largest number of entries in Home
Economics Department, was won by
Mrs. Lou N. McMahon, of Blnden, who
entered 40 articles.
LIVE STOCK SECTION
The Mth annual agricultural and
livestock show of the Red Cloud
Farmer' Institute was MHTChfully
concluded with a parade of the prize
winninir hordes and cattle on Thurs
day afternoon, October 27th. The
marked improvement in the 1021 meet
iK.s 0f Wrbstor eouitv's two loading
live Bt(n-k -how, the Bunion fair and
the Red Cloud intilulo nud aioicul
tural .show, both in tiie quantity and
quality of the exhibits, registers the
progress that has been made in the
development of the improved live
stock Interests of the county. The
irrvnt succi'- of the two fair hold in
tho county this year N largely due to
th untirfn1' effoit" of. County Aponl
FausH'b co-'iyL-ra!ni' with the mnnag
iutf JTfeer of both otgnidgalioni and
(Coiillniud on page eight)
III afc PlnV
Mrs. St ZSSi Wg$C2 JT ) U '
M M AK 'MUIUKI'I ATP m B A. lK t
j Don't Sco!d $ WSgL
I the Children ' w
for wearing holes in their stockings at
play. Romping play is good for them
let them romp. But put stockings
on them that are "wear insured". Put
which is made of the best and strongest yarns
obtainable knit to shape and size exactly and
dyed with Harms-Not Dye (which absolutelydocs
not rot, burn or weaken the yarn).
You'll buy Armor Plate stockings again and again because
in service they keep their shape and color, fit snug and "wear
like armor plate". And they're "perfect in weave, wear
Take home a uair or two of these excellent hose today.
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The
I Malone Gellatly Co.
Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack i
Amack & Amack I
I. T. AMACK-PHONE
FALL STOCK NOW HERE
My Fall and Winter stock of PLUSH and FUR ROBES
have arrived, and include some handsome patterns. 1
Also am still doing expert
J. 0. BUTLER
Routt County Lump
"4 We sell for
Kind We Sell
RED CLOUD, NEB
auto top and harness repairing:1
Powered by Open ONI