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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. AUGUST 30. 1923
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A NEW PLAY
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ONE WEEK BEGINNING
MONDAY, SEPT. 3rd
Finest and Best
in the Land
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25 per cent discount
UNDERWEAR at Big Reductions
Mens Athletic full cut 68c
Porus Knit, long leg short sleeve 68c
Big Reduction in all Summer
Goods for the rest of August1
Palm Beach, Gaberdine & Mohair Suits
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
Red Cloud Pastor
Goes to California
A few weeks ago Reverend H. A.'
Frantss had aunounced bis resignation
as pastor of tbe Red Cloud Brethren
Church - At that time bis plans were
to locate .at. Carlston, Nebraska Jto
Tbayertoonnty. Some very untavor
abIedaTelopentsjregardln the high
school sttuattop there bavclatelyjattde
it .impractical that Mr! , Frank .aKould
looatethia fanllf ; there. Oft tJfia, a c
count satlafaatarv arraaoamacta Were
made by whieh.t'h, present -pastor jtilil -v
me bis services in that Ideality".
Program for Old Settlers Pic
nic fo be Held at Cowles
List' of survivors "Of pra-grasshoppcr
days, Henry Kceney.
Pioneer Batching, Emanuel Peters.
The First Church Building, Noah
first Lady of Cowles, John Waller. .
Beginnings of PoUdant, Louis ;Pelr
8, !8o2, iind came to the United States
with her parents; they locating at
Diuenport, Iowa. On August 30, 1877,
she was united ifi marriage to J. II
Ilaiison, To this nnton wore born
two sons, Kdward of Casper, Wyoming,
and Will of this city, and one daughter
Mrs. Emma Eiiyeart of Boulder, Colo,
Mr. and Mrs. Hanson moved to Web.
ster.'county from Gage county, Neb.,
in 11)09 whero.they bave since resided.
The deceased was a faithful member
of the Methodist church. Funeral
for 'tne present
ATewift$p ago Kevere'nd Fronts ac
cepted the pastorate of the Brethren
church In Pomona, California, and will
Ford it thru, starting from here in
about ten days. Pomona is a oity of
20,000 population situated about 40
miles east of Los Angeles, in the citrus
fruit distt let. Just three miles from
Pamona one of the colleges of the Bret
hern church Is located In La Vcrnc.
This college privilege so near will bo
much appreciated since dally bus ser
vice may bo had to and from the college.-
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andMV.'Frantz wi&1 '(Deep-Well Digging, William CraUUJ,
Buffalo Jerk, Charles Ourney.
The above will be interspersed with
lively talks about Indoor life by Mrs
Last Friday the Franklin, Guide Hock
nud Red Cloud I O. O. F. members
and their families held a picnic at the
golf links. In tho morning thu Frank
lin and Guide Rock lodge teams cross
ed bats, the former team winning by a
score of 17 to 0. In the afternoon Red
Cloud played Franklin the latter wln
nhig'bv apofe of 2 to 1. Brothers E.
J. Ovorlngj O. ft. Nelson, Slieim Shlp'
man ahd Dan Garber were the local
speakers and they eaoh made splendid
talks. Grand ..Warden Groves and
Grand rjblefjatrlarcb Button of the
Encampment also gaye, short talks.
The reccs wore then fulled off which
brought tliuMVOuVloXQlose, . '
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Parker, Mrs. Pace, Mrs. Arueson, Mrs.
Music by the Cowles Orchestra
vocal music by Laban Wagoner.
By order of the Commlttc
I The Malone-Gellatly Co.
Yes, Garber 's
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
Class of '22 Holds a Reunion
What has become of the pep of tho
High School Class of 1922? Has it
vanished and become shattered? The
reunion proved that tbe old class
spirit of fellowship had increased one
Fourteen members of the class
eagerly arswered the oft repeated
summons of "Meet at Patten's and
bring your lunch". All sorious
thoughts of work were laid aside for a
real holiday; Goldenrod beach winning
the honors by a unanimous vote.
Three o'clock found a Dodge, Ford
and a "Studey" speedily making their
way eastward. After the dusty ride
some chose to swim, others to apply
more artificial powder to hide mother
earth's natural provision. Falling in
their attempts to drown themselves,
the swimmers awakened to the fact
that it wan "most eatin' time."
With a cry of "Let's eat", a most de
ltolous and glorious repast was spread
before the flics, ants and incidentally
the members of tho class. Leaving
the "flames (of passion)" to partake of
the foisuken morsels we once more
journeyed to the beach.
The pull of gravity exerted upon the
skating rink floor was surely testod
To one member the "pull" (or was It
the "push") seemed most uncommonly
powerful resulting only In a briiibc
and tenr (present of tore). These" wero
quickly healed by tho great water
melon feast. We all agrco that John
Coon can raise tho ripest, bweetost and
"heartiest" watermelons in the couti.
Pluus are made to have a teunlon
every j ear to keep In touch with nil
members of the class and to follow
them thru llfe'o journey of happiness
Bible' school at 10 a. in.
Morning service at 11 a in.. Subject
"What the Religious World is Think-'
ing About." I
Evening service at 8 o'clock. Sub
ject: "What was Heard nt the As
sociation." Administration of the Lord's Supper
at morning service.
General Prayer and Conference
meeting on Wednesday evening.
Meeting of tbe Choir on Friday
Many things the past week have
been of Interest. Good attendance
was noted at the mid-week meeting,
and the Farewell Party for the family
of Mrs. Christian was greatly enjoyed.
The song service on Friday evening
was Inspiring and the service of the
Choir on Sunday morning was fine aud
muoh appreciated All at home speak
enthusiastically of the Sunday evening
service, and a good audionce at Indian
Creek also had a good evening of music
and address. Monday evening the Minis
terial Association foregathered on the
lawn at Bro. Tweedy 's and gave ex
pression to their high regard for Rev.
Fmntzand family, Incidentally par
taking of a very sumptuous repast.
(lIoihVchickeu9 have diminished in
number during tho week!)
Ono event of solemn import, has
been the passing of Sister Hanson,
whom all had learned to rcspeot and
love. Tho memorial sormon will be
remembered for long, aud tho life so
completed in the earth, for n period
not to b6 measuied. What a comfort
It Is to "Seek Him who tufyeth tho
Shadow of death into thu morning,
thu Lord is his name."
All not attending elsewhere, cordial
I. W. EDSON, Pastor.
The Deep Rock Oil Co., have added
u Ford truck to their equipment here
Mrs. J. H. Hanson Dies
Mrs. J. 11 Hanson passed away nt
the family home In the becond ward
Friday morning after a brief Illness.
She was born In Denmark, November
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
BEGINNING THURSDAY, AUQUBT 30
Direction E. C. PRESTON
This "The National Paramount Week".
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
Tickets on sale at 7:30 p. m Program at 8:00 p, m.
Matinees at 3 p. m. Saturday and Sunday Only.
Friday and Saturday, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1
with Seena Owen. Troy Barnes. Tom Lewis. William
Norris. Peter B. Kynes great story of the man who
got the thing he was sent for. This rapid fire comedy
but the story is one of the most inspiring ever writ
ten. ITS POPULARITY HAS BEEN AMAZING.
Here's one you wont want to miss.
Also The Mack Senneft Comedy "Home Made Pies"
Adm. Children 10c, Adults 30c.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Sept. 2nd, 3rd, 4th.
with Milton Sills. Elliot Dexter. Theodore Kosloff,
Anna Q. Nilsson and many other favorites. In "Man
slaughter" you saw one side of the Modern Girl.
HERE'S THE OTHER. Surprising scenes include the
Natural History Museum, filled with 30 foot skele
tons of million year old monsters: the Chicago Board
of Trade: vision scenes showing the life of prehistoric
Besides this master production you will see one of
Larry Semons comedies "THE AGENT".
Admission Children 10c, Adults 40c.
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 5th and 6th
GLORIA SWANSON in ''
"MY AMERICAN WIFE"
The Romance of a musical star and a Soutn Ameri
can diplomat. A tale of -adventure on three contin
ents, of life in the upper worlds. The most lavishly
produced picture Miss Swanson has ever appeared in.
Her supporting cast includes Tony Moreno and
Also Pate news, A comedy and Topics of the Day.
Admission Children 10c, Adults 30c
Norma Talmadgo in "ETERNAL FLAME".
Harold Lloyd in "SAFETY LAST".
Thomas Meighan in "THE NE'ER DO WELL".
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