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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, MARCH 1. IU23
We still continue to give
HEAVY UNDERWEAR DUCK COATS
OSHOES WOOL SHIRTS SWFATERS
For the balance of this month we are giving l
f r .r ;. '. r "" """ -"v""
iubs mum ui'Hi com.
$3.50 TO $10.00
AtlllOllllCelllUUlh lHW UCt'll lYCoU'Cll
l f- ends in this iMit i.f tin init rrine
nl Mis licit IJii'lu-i. iiKliif of Mr.
mil Mr-. C. li lii.-'.Mr. i.i TopeUa,
j Kan is. to Mr I'm. I :.-iiiii- u of tins
I'ltj. I'he wi'.iri.x.r , ,.,.111-t.l i-i Topclia,
Moii.l.ii . Mini i In 3 .MiUcui home III
tlii .'Mi nt tn Miiri'li '.'u h. I in. Chief
aim ' u.tii I'V. iU mi in v fniM.ils wish
hlni in .' Ins u iff it h.i py .w. I. led life.
Riverton Mill Burns
It will Pay You to Look Us Up Before Buying Elsewhere
W. G. Hamilton Go. Co,
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bch 1 74.
Residence, Bell 241 f
Mrs. Ed Amack
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
I. T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 32M
Beautiful Picture Free
Whllo They Last
A Beautiful Picture all taken from Oil Paintings,
Free with Every Caddy ol Krispy Crackers.
The R. P. Weesner Co.
Tln Uivi'itou Mill, whifh uus erect
eil in the iiii'iy iln)s i f the K. -publican
vil ty mill wsi'i owned for in. my years
by . he Kheplicnlsun boy.-, Im.-t!i"l down
Tuesday nuciti. Smith-on Urn.s who
piiiehascd tlio mill it lew years ajro ure
the present owners, ami we iinderhtiinil
tliev carried SSUUU iii-uiitiic on tlio
building and machinery which would
not cover their loss.
February Weather Report
Tempera! in e: Mertii 2(5 dcg.. tnaxi
iiiutii r.!' ili !.: on 21 and 2.1th, minimum
II below zeio on :iul and llth
Total precipitation 0.17 Inches. Total
snowfall l.f inches. Number of dtiys
clcar 13, paitly cloudy 3, cloudy 7.
IVevalltng wind N ' days I'recl
pitation since .Ian. 1,0.18 Inch.
Chas. S. Ludlow, Observer.
FARM UUKKAU NOTES
C-unt"Esten.sIn Agent HenFj"
DKESS CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL
Delegates from eleven Women's
clubs attended the Dress Construction
School as follows:
Mrs. Anna Kudrna- Bladen Wo
men's Club, Miss Ida. Muhieisen
Cloverlead Community Club, I5lue Hill
Mr. Krnest Yung J. C. Uti'j Guide
lt.-ck, Mrs. Eddie Ohmstede Rotary
Club, Uuide Rock, M.ss Hlunche Hailoy
Willing Community Club, Guide
Hock, Mrs. Cln.s. Arnold Nortli Ucd
Cloud Women s Club, Mrs. Dave bell
lied Cloud Community Club, Mrs.
Chester Drake Garfield Willing
Workers, Miss lues Strickland lnu
vale Culture Club, Mrs. Hannah Jor
gensjn Pleasant Prairie, Inavale,
Mrs. Carrie Cochmac Get-To-Gr.ther
The Dress Construction School was
a four day school with Miss Gladys
Letrtr. Clothintr Snecialist from Lin.
cjln in charge. Course of study was
Tuesday, first day.
1. Study of styles
Taking of measurements
Changing commercial patterns
Making a foundation pattern
Possible variations of founda
Wednesday, second day
1. Cuttintr and startinor n hnnsA
2. Making collar patterns
3. Possible finishes
4. Mak'ner illustrative ni&tmvul iTir
'Ihursday, third day
1. Bungalow pattern
2. Possible variations
3. Making of illustrative material
for follow-up work.
4. Finishing house dress
Friday, fourth day
1. Combinations of fnnmlnHnn ...,,1
2. Decorative stitcher
3. At 2 P. M. open house and ex
hibit of drosses made. Lecture
Dressing stout and slender women.
Each delegate will return to their
various clubs and teach five other
women who have completed dress
forms and fewing machine attach
ments. The five women trained by
the delegates with somo assistance
from the delegates will tra'n other
When ten women of a Club have re
ported dross construction, this club
will bo eligible for tho next coui.se
i The affair was a succofs all avniiul,
iut with all tho talent, the interest
,and Hie cnthusvsm, one fact stands
foremost wero it not for the gener
io.-ity and accomodation of Turnuro &
Son it could not havj been such a suc
cess. The thanks of tho ladies is
i tendered them most earnestly.
Joseph Topham wus born n, Duloe,
Hodfordshlre, Kiighind, on the .'lOth
day of April, A I). 1H18 At the ago of
22 years he was united in inairiage
with Lizzie Kmery and thereafter for
the space of ton yeais tlio hone was
niHiiitiiiiieil in the country of his birth.
In ISSOthe family, by that time H'lit
in iiiimlii'i, eaniu to tho I'nitel State.",
the destination being Citiide Kock In
the State of Nebraska, tho jouiney tie.
inn mnde via lMaltsinoulh, Hustings
and Hoil (loud, where a delay siilllcient
for the repair o' a liome was made, and
tliu fiddly finally made the jouiney
overland tothoii'dehtination, the valley
division of Him railway not yet being
In U-e vicinity of (itiidu Keck the
home ii'iuained for about eighteen
years and was then transferred lo the
vicinity of lied Cloud where it has
sincH remained. Nine, chlldien were
burn, six in Nnglanil and three in Ne
braska The names and residence of
the children are: Harry V.. Tnpliaiu,
It.'d Cloud, Mr-. Nellie Crow, Kepub
liuiin City: Mrs Annie lluHhee, deceas
ed in 18D7; (Jcorge l. Topham. I.tira
mle, Wyoming; Mrs ltose McCull, de
ceased in l!)18; Thomas K Topham, re
siding in California; Mrs. iMinly Mc
Call and Willie.m Topham, Inavale and
Albert .Joseph Topham of Ucd Cloud.
All but Thomas wero present at tho
service and in addition to these Mis.
Julia Kllcr daughter of Annie liushcc.
Twenty-eight grand chlldien and
nine greut grand children uro also left
to mourn itnd roveio the meniory of
their departed grandfather.
For more than twenty-llvf years Mr.
TnpliHtii has been closely nlliliated
with the Iiaptist church of Ked rioud.
Though not included in the member
ship, yi-t in all the history or the
church there have been but two men
ill Us membership who eipialli'd the
interest ho manifested, and gave to its
service tlio hours ho chooilully em-
! ployed. Ho was for most of the years
'itniiLlnnt It. .i I . n.wlti ...... ... l... lit....
wfi.ohui. b in iiL.uuuiiuur .... ....J 1)1. IIU
Fcliool, having hi- place in a rl.i-s mil
following with deep Interest tho study
of the Word that was made. His home
has over been open to the ministry
with a degiee of hospitality so tin
questionable us to malio It a raritable
haven or rest to tho wayfaring man of
God, and from many a place where
these have gone there will bu awaken
d memories of days that are past bv
those who have shared his hospitality.
He, with his wife were permitted to
visit the land or his birth in 1!0C, re.
turning home after some months with
a renewed spirit or loyalty to his a
dopted country, which he faithfully
maintained It whs a notablo thing of
bis long life, that he was leumtkably
loyaly to those whose special friend
ship ho claimed Never moved by the
public or private, crltinlstn or those he
loved, ho maintained close friendly re
lations with them, and tor this he will
be romembcred whllo memory lasts.
He has finished his earthly course
without fcur, and has been able, even
in the tragic moments cf a painful de
cease, to "wrap the drapery of his
couch about him and 'laid down to
pleasant dreams," from which nwaken
lug, he will meet aud greet his own.
His death occurcd on Friday, Febru
ary 2.'l, 1923, and the ruueral was at
the llaplist church on Monday after
noon rollowiug, the service conducted
by his pastor, Ilev. 1 W. Bdson. Ap.
proprlate music was furnished by C. L.
Cotting, Miss Ruby Koon, Mrs. Mild
red Hall and Mr.C. A. Herrlck, with
Miss Inez Hotter at the piano. Inter,
mont whs In tho Hod Cloud cemetery.
The Fire Department- will meet
next Tuesday evening for the purpoFc
of electing officers. All the members
should be there.
Mrs. Anne Ibdie Finchor, aged 21
ye.us and 2.'f days, wife of Fount, Fin
chor, passed away at their homo Tues
day evening aftor an illness of n few
days, Tho funeral services will be hold
at the MethodUt church Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock and interment will be
mado In the city cemetery.
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
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A FUNERAL DIRECTOR
has a sad yet important function to perform
in every man's life a duty hard to ren
der, yet absolutely necessary.
He must be kind and considerate system
atic and thorough quiet and quick a fin
We hope it will be ages before you need
such service but when you do we will be
glad to render you the best that the most
complete equipment and talent will furnish.
SCHAAF& TURNER, Funeral Home
Bell SO - Ind. 120x
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BESSE AUDITORIUM, Red Cloud, Neb.
SUNDAY, MAROII lth 8:15 P. M. 1'IUCIOS ?1 00-? LOO TAX INCLUDED
1H3SEUVE YOU it SKATS NOW.
(ilurk Stevens returned home Txies.- Mrs. Dickson, who has been making
day evening on train 11 from Hust- her home herewith her daughter,
ings wlicre he and Mrs. Stevens have Mrs. K, V. Nicholson, left for Los
been vis'ting at the home of his son, Angeles, California, Saturday morn
Roy, Mrs. Stevens will spend a few ing on train 15 whero she will mako
days there before returning home. her home in.tho future with her Bon.
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