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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Body of President Harding Lying hi State
NEBRASKA IN BRIEF
Timoly News Culled From All
Parts of the State, Reduced
for the Busy.
STANDINO OP DALL TEAMS AT
Wichita 72 -11
rnlf.il (',!) -I."".
Oklahoma City (!. r.0
D(s Moines CO fit
Omulin co ,1.1
St. Joseph It! 7t
Sioux City lit W)
Denver (,' 7JJ
Lincoln ,17 'ID
Norfolk :,:, no
(iniiid Isliiml ."I Til)
Full bury 51 .VI
Hustings -18 nil
iicuti'icw no r.j
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miM iiiiwi m uniwtwwuuunmgiHTim
NEBRASKA LIVE STOCK VALUES.
The fnllowltn! tabic kIiowh tho number
nnit MiliK- df tho live Mtni-k In tin- t."te.
tOKi tlirr with tho uv prune price p 1WJ,
compared .ltli that of lusl year, h.
continue to tlntu In I lu till commission
i r s oiflce.
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Tho body of tho Into President, Warren U. Harding, lying """ " ,"s room ot "'"i w,,"e, ,,oUWf' """
ped, covered with llowers, nnd guarded by representatives of the military brunches of the United States govern-
ment About tho room arc. banked thousnnds of lloral pieces.
Belleau Wood an American Shrine
WON POPULAR VICTORY
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Miss Antoinette Folta of Michigan
City, Intl., who copped tho beauty prize
Jn the etnto of Indluna, which Is noted
for Its beautiful women. She wis
awarded the prize nt the trl-state
aquatic convention held In Michigan
City, and fifteen thousand peoplo sec
ended tho selection of tho Judges by
A greut throng gathered at the famous Itellcau Wood, the mausoleum ot
thousnnds of American troops, to participate In tho ceremonies which made tn
little pntch of woods as An American shrine. The tricolor of Franco wus low
ered and tho Stars nnd Stripes raised. The Inset shows Mrs. James Carroll
Frazer of Washington, president of tho Rellenu Wood Memorial association.
French Hangar of a New Type
GUARDS PROPERTY WELL
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A new epoch In construction Is mnrked by tho nearly completed Imupir
at Oily, near Fontnlnehlcnu, France. This hangar will be tho largest In the
world when finished, and Is mado entirely of steel and concrete. It will
measure some 200 feet high and HOO fct long and Is to be used for dirigibles
now under construction. The above photograph gives an excellent Idea of tliu
Immense structure In Its partly-completed stnte.
Birthplace of President Coolidge
Near Cottngo City, Md., on tin
poMh of n house on tho Ulandensbur
road, there bits all day n figure whlel
breathes flro nnd smoke. For mnn
days tho lllandensburg road was a
mosit deserted. Nono but tho braet
would venture thero after night fal.
becauso thoy dreaded tho ghostlj
figuro which guarded tho eottagi
Now the mystery hns been Bolved
Tho ghostly figure Is Just a thing o
was Installed on tho porch of th
bungalow by Charles Flelschman, u
Washington business man, who has
found tho figure a most capublo watch
man of his property.
"I tnko my oath you uro tho only
woman in tho world I've ever loved l"
'You silly boy, why tell me of your
This Is tho humblo llttlo frame cottngo In Plymouth, Vt., In which Presl
dent Calvin Coolldge first saw tat light of duy on July A, 1672.
Hamilton county will hold Its fifty
first tiniiual fair nt Aurora August -3
Contracts bae been nw aided for
the construction of the new SlIIO.OOO
high school building at Falrbury.
Nebraska chapter of the (J. A. H. Is
schedule! to leave September II for
the uuniiMl encampment at Milwaukee.
The new stadium tit Lincoln will be
dedicated October 'JO. when Nebraska
(.'ornhuskers will meet the Kansas .lay
hawkers. Continued hcay rains raised the
streams mound Cambridge, and tour
ists at the camp grounds were forced
The latest federal estimate of the
state's corn ield, J,JO,.'!'.)!l000 bushels,
exceeds last year's crop by 17.000,000
With corn prospects bright, many
farmers over the state are making '
raiigemeiits to feed cattle and hogs
Kdwnrd K, Heed, SS pioneer No
braskuu and resident of Omaha for
sixty j ears, died August 7 at Kxcelslor
Hugo CaiNou, ".", was fatally burned
and shocked by lightning, and five
other men escaped Injury ns the six
were riding to Carlson's home from
(tenon, during a storm. The six were
In two farm wagons dose together.
Holding back ot wheat by farmers
of Nebraska for u higher price is in
dicated, according to members of the
state railway commission.
An impressive memorial service in
honor of the Into president, Warren
O. Harding, was held by Omaha chap
ter, Order of l)e Moluv.
The state hoard of control has an
nounced the appointment of Dr. Geo.
P. Sliltller of York to bo physician of
the state reformatory for men at that
Fire, causing a loss of over $7,000,
destroyed the Newman battery station
and badly dnmaged the First State
bunk and adjoining buildings ut North
Five thousand bushels of grain, Just
threshed, was destroyed by fire on the
Ira Hewitt farm in the Hufl'alo fiats
district north of Long Pine. There
was no Insurance.
Nebraska railroads are limiting tho
granting of passes to clergy and char
itable workers allowed under u new
law, to ministers and charity work
ers who travel constantly.
More than .1,000 persons visited the
three factories during "Omulm-made
Tire week," These factories are turn
ing out about '.1,000 tires a day, and
furnish employment to several hund
Jack Atkinson, piloting n Lincoln
Standard airplane, made transporta
tion history, when lie unloaded at Fort
Crook a blooded Chester white hog
that had been shipped in the plane
from Hooper, Neb., ('unsigned to Me
lody Hros., South Omaha. The trip,
which lu thought to be the first ever
made by an airplane carrying live
stock, wns made In forty-llvo minutes.
A new boys' and girls' club pin bus
been olllclnlly adopted by the -1-1 1 clubs
of Nebraska to take the place of those
used In the past. Tho new pin hns
the siinie clover leaf with the four H's
In the leaves, which on the pin are In
clover Kieen enamel in a black en
ameled field. The H's and the out
line of the clover and the pin are In
metal and are hipped Hush with tho
enamel. All tho boys and girls that
finish tills year's work will get one of
the new pins.
The Presbyterian church at Hast
ings Is preparing to celebrate Its gol
den anniversary late in October.
The Johnson county fair's raco
truck at Tecumseh lias been put In
Hue sluipc ami some splendid uices arc
anticipated at the fair to be luld Spe.
1!S to 'Jl. Iliicing programs will lie put
en each of the four dnvs
Prod II. Kembet and Miss Frances
E Spaeth of llasjlngs, who were mar
ried at the courthouse by County
Judge Crawford Widucsduy afternoon
were the first couple to obtain u li
cense In omahu under tiie new statu
Charles Wnlles of Hastings, gave a
clnlrvOjant sl,o:ui. when tho latter
promised to "work oil" a curse which
he said was mi the money. alles
doesn't know yet whether the ex
periment was successful, hut be does
know that the "seer" and hlsSl.OJIOnre
(lolden Itulo lodgo of Itehekas,
at Fremont, whclh was relieved of Its
charter three, weeks ago by tho htato
president, Mrs. Cleo Montgomery, be
cnuso of alleged discrepancies, hns
been formally rcinstnted and Is again
In good ntundlng with the state Jurisdiction.
IMPROVED UNIFORM nNTunNATIONAt
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iVy t'.r.V J'. Jl J'lTZWATLU. n. D.,
T iflnr nf KtVi'Hh lilblo In ihe Monlr
lUMti Institute ot ChlciiRo.)
CotiyrlL-lii. IS23, Wrstern Vniapr Unlr.
LESSOH FOR AUGUST 26
Lee Amm, living near Plnltivlew,
has a horticultural fieak in the simpo
of it ti everbearing blackbeir.v bush.
According to bulletins from Wash
ington Nebraska Is to be one of tho
principal regions of Inquiry Into tho
coal storage problem.
The Seward counr.v fair will ho
held at Seward August US to !M. Tho
prom-am of eiiteitaiiiment this ear
will excel nny staged for n number
of j ears".
A Hood, said to be the worst that
town, has ever witnessed, Hooded
nearly half Randolph, when the north
and south branches of the Logan creek
overflowed Its hanks.
The first Omaha baby to be named
after the new- president is Calvin
Coolldge Peklo, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Peklo. Mr. Peklo Is a Doug
las county deputy assessor.
lllg plans are being made for David
City's fiftieth anniversary picnic to
lie gives in the city park, August HO.
This Is the final affair of a series of
dinners ami entertainments.
Workers tunneling through tho
bluffs' for the (!erlng-Fort Laiamlo
Irrigation canal near Scottshlnff, re
ported snow as having fallen for live
minutes one night last week.
Among Nebraska couples who es.
caied the new Nebraska eugenics Inw
by getting married In Council Muffs
were James MelTonl. 75, and Mrs. Eli
za Moranvllle, 71', both of lied Cloud,
Miss E. Kutli P.vrtie, Lincoln educa
tor, member of the state normal board
and candidate for state superintendent
in the last election, sustained a broken
arm while on a trip in the Sierras In
A new agricultural hall is being
erected on the grounds of the Harlan
count.v fair association at Alma. The
structuie will be modern in every re
spect, wltli a ladles rest room on the
During the mouth of July tho tour
ists park at Central City registered
' TiOO milrw 'I'll., t'.miti lu l.'nnt ittnuti
LKPSnN TEXT Acts 4.30-37; 11:19
SO. C.MLVr.N' TEXT "He was a Kod
innti nnd full of the Holy Ghost and of
fait h." Acts 11:21.
UEVOTIOXAL HEAPING Psalm 99:
l'KLMAHY TOPIC nurtub.is nnd
1'auI Tilt about Jcus.
Jl'NlOU 'JOl'li' How lluraatms
Helped thu Church.
lNTEKMEIWATE AND 8ENIOP. TOP
IC How l.uruiibns Showed u Oiliurous
YOPNG PEOPLE AND AVM'LT TOPIC
ChrlPtlun Character Illustrutfil by
I. Bnrnaba3, the Man (Acts 4:.IG).
His original name was Joseph.
When he became a Christian, lie was
renamed lhirnabas signifying the
change from the old life to the new.
Tills was a common custom, for ex
ample, Simon to Peter and Saul to
Paul. The name means "Son of
Prophecy" or "exhortation and con
.ulntlon." This shows not only tho
nature and spirit of llurnabus but
that he possessed the gift of horta
tory preaching. The exercise of this
gift made him u son of consolation.
II. Barnabas, the Philanthropist
So fully had the divine love per
meated the very being of linrnutm.s
(hat seeing the neeil of his fellow-believers,
he sold his property nnd
brought the money and laid it at the
apostles' feet. His generosity ex
pleased Itself In deeds, not in pious
words and promises. He counted
nothing his own while his brethren
were in need. He was In no sense
obliged to do this as there was no
such tiling in the early church as u
binding law of a community of goods.
Private ownership of property wus
recognized, Acts ,1:1.
III. Darnabac, the Christian Staa
man (Acts 11.1.K.0).
The violent persecutions of the
church scattered the disciples. As
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and attractive, and many overland '""f -cn ,hoy I-rcache, the (.os el,
tourists are glad to rest there for u I ml ,,'P- 're established. 'I he
1 day or two.
Preparations for the Lincoln county
fair at North Platte, the crowning
event of each seasons attractions of
western Nebraska, are being contem
plated. The fair will be held Sep
tember -1, fi, (5 and 7.
The press association meeting, post
poned on account of the death of the
president will he held in Oiunlia, Au
gust 'SI to Uo. "The boys" will be
guests of the City for the three days,
and a roval time has been promised
Omahn is to have a now $1,000,000
Livestock Exchange nccordlng to
Everett Huckinghnm, vice-president
nnd executive of the Onithii Union
Stockyards company. The new build
ing will be the latest thing In modern
A terrific hailstorm, the worst over
known In that section, swept through
laurel, and the neighboring county,
Hundreds of windows were broken bj
the hailstones, which fell ns large ut
hen's eggs, and so thick ns to covei
Kobert Pease will succeed John It.
McCnnn as postmaster at Heat rice,
according to a letter received by Mr.
most conspicuous of these wus at An
tlocli, the capital of Syria, because it
became the most important center In
the spread of Christianity. Every-
' thing went well ns long as the (iospel
message was preached to the Jews
I only. The Idea held among the dls
' clples at that time was that the (.en
tiles were excluded. lint at Antloch
certain of these disciples deliberately
preached Christ among the Creeks,
i The seal of the Lord was upon thl?
ministry and great multitudes believed
1 and turned to the Lord. The hews of
I this revolutionary preaching renched
, the ears of the church at Jerusalem
and caused not a little excitement anil
discussion. The church decided to
send n committee to Antloch to look
Into the mntter.
1. Hnrnnbas Sent to Antloch (vv.
22-iM). Fortunately In this case they
sent the proper man. Hnrnabas was
a good man and full of the Holy
(host and faith. Therefore, he had
spiritual discernment nnd broad sym
pathy. (Jood men are .pilclc to see
good. When he came to Antloch ho
saw the grace of (JjiI and was glad.
If we have grace In ourselves, we will
be able to see grace In others. Ho
exhorted nnd urged them forward In
Pease from Congressman McLaughlin. ! their work. Men like Hnrnabas are
The letter stated Hint Mr. McLaugh
lln has recommended Mr. Pease for
John Haiiser, pioneer Fremont new
dealer, closed his doors for the third
time in '-'2 years in tribute to tin
late President Harding. On the two
previous occasions, the venerable mer
chant observed the deaths of Wlllinin
McKlnley and James A. Garfield.
A ton of salt was iifiutl by Charles R
Earth, In the employ of the V. S. Dept
of Agriculture In destroying a hedge
of common barberry bushes on the
farm of Carl Hrnndt near Monroo,
which were condemned Inst year wher
a government survey was taken ol
the county to locate the olTendiiiH
bushes believed responsible for the
black stem rust In wheat.
Miss Drusllle Love, 17, of Hlalrlost
three toes when her foot cnught In
the gears of o motorcycle on whlel!
she was riding with her brother.
Victor Keene, an Omaha newspaper
man, will sail enrly in September jor
i'okio, Japan, where lit! will take
charge of a department on tho "Ad
vertiser," nn English language news
paper at thai place.
Fllmote count.v boys and girls will
bo represented at the county fair title
year with pigs, poultr.v, sewing and
canned prodm f. I -ciionst rations will
also be given b tin teams Id the
various pi ejects of l -it work.
With nn annual ilMiursomcnt of
..-..(MiO.OOO, Omaha is one of the larg
est postal centers in the west, accord
ing to figures compiled by the Cham
ber of Cotnuureo publicity bureau.
The disbursement territory Includes a
wide area west of the .Missouri river..
Herlram (5. Goodhue of New York,
architect of the now state capltol, has
been paid !?'J0L,,:i.riLi: for his services
tints far, according to Stnto Auditor
George W. Marsh. Of this amount
$05,025 has been for salary at the rate
of $2.1,000 a year nnd $1.10,72(1.18 for
expenses Incurred as designer and
J supervising architect.
much needed today In our churches
men of vision and Christian courtesy
2. Harnnbus Goes After Saul (vv.
2.1-20). The work so prospered thnt
help was needed, so Hnrnabas went
after Suul. These men had been to
gether before After Saul's conver
sion, he came to Jerusalem and tried
to Join himself to the disciples but
they were afrnld of him. Hnrnabas
befriended him (Acts l):20-27). Ho
miw that Snul vvns really a converted
man. Heing a good mnn he could seo
there was good In Saul. Hnrnabas
thus Intioduced Saul to his grcnt
work as apostle to the Gentiles.
Jl. Disciples Culled Christians (v.
20). After u year of teaching by Pnul
and Hnrnabas, the name Christian
was given to the disciples. The namo
was associated with the teaching.
Paul taught the vital oneness of the
believer with Christ so it was natural
that the dlsclpies should be called
I. Hnrnabas nnd Suul go to Jeru
salem With Alms (vv. 20J.0). HecniiBo
of the oneness of Christians with
Christ nnd with one another, the dis
tress i f the brethren at Jerusalem
must bp relieved by the gifts of tho
believers ut Antloch. These idfts
had a powerful effect in romnvim the
suspicions or too nretnren ut ,. tu-vulcm.
God's Eternal Universe.
Tills Is but the nursery ground, from
where we are to he transplanted Into
the jjivjut forest of God's eternal uni
verse. F. W. Robertson.
They are the weakest-minded and
the hardest-hearted men that most
love change. Huskln.
A Bad Paymaster.
The devil knoweth his own and Is a
pnrtleulurly bad paymaster. F. M.
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