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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AUGUST 11, liU.
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We buy and sell all issues of Liberty and '
Victory Bonds at the market. If you
desire to buy or sell, call on us
Interest paid on Time Deposits
Deposits Guaranteed by Depositors
Guarantee Fund of State of Nebraska
Webster County Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $35ooo
Red Cloud, Nebraska
I Edwrd Flounce, Preiident S. R. Flotance, Caihiet
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Band Concert Program
Friday evening, August
8 p. m.
1. March Tito U. S. Field Artil
- 2. Selection "Wang." Morse.
3. Waltz "Kentucky Dream."
4. Mexican Serenade "Jovitta."
5. March, Camique "Old Set
tlors On Parade." Dalboy.
-6. Jazz Fox Trot "Ja Da"
Star Spangled Banner s
There will be no band concert
next week on account of the band
playing at the County Fair.
Board Makes Tax Levy
Our Line of .(VjJf fruits
Give Excellent Satisfaction in a large number
i d Cloud homes. WE GUARANTEE THEM
'We Haje Some Very Fine Dried Fruits
Have Yoij Tried Mrs. rA(fAc
Rohrer's and Verebest VOllCCi
THESE ARE MEDIUM PRICED, COFFEES
that are gaining in popularity.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Our Stock in All Lines is New and Fresh
WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE
and know that or groceries and service
WILL PLEASE YOU
Po A; Wullbrandt
Will Hold Primary Election
Dr. Robt. Daraerell of this city, F.
A Good and Henry Keeney both of
Con fob and Fred Uuud of Bluo HitT
have (lied their petitions with the
County Clerk to represent the people
at the .state constitutional convention
A Piimary election will be held Sept
ember 1G, at which time it will -be
determined, by the largest, dumber of
vote, which two of these four gentle
men will be the candidates at the gen
eral election next November.' The ona
receiving the largest number of votes
will represent the county at. the state
Co. Superintendent's Notes
Teachers wishing to make arrange
meuts before hand for room or board
bhould leave a written statement at
the otlice of thecounty superintendent,
so that they will not be forgotteu.
The county institute is to be the
third week In August and begins A a tr
ust 18th. A very excellent program is
anticipated. The very best of instruct
ors have been obtatned. Thev are
anxious to he p the teachers In every
possible way. The fee will be one
dollar. Everyone is expected to come
unless excused for a very good leuson,
llriusr your tublets and pencils aud
prepare to take uotes and to ak what
you want to know, If your particular
ueeti IS Ueinr neglected.
: -.jjiLn.1 in:ur jiraGs-Tiar-'au. : " .iiir
Nb matter how popular suits or seperate
skirts may be, the thin dress is the mosl
pleasing and comfortable for the hot weather
r " Figured and striped voiles, jlaxons, pongees
...and organdies are the favorites.
" Inwhite we have plain and fancy figures;
In colors we have voile, organdy, flaxon
bateste and georgette.
We also have the handsomest line of laces
withwhich to trim them.
Come in and lei us show them to you
n. Barbara Phages
Agent gor Ladies Home Journal Patterns
All Sizes in Childrens Half Sox
Death Calls Two Citizens
MRS JOHN HASSELDACHER
After an Illness of several yeats Mrs
John Hasselbacher auswereil the Hum
summons on last Monday evening, utf
n hospital in Hastings.
Funeral services were conducted
Wednesday afteruoou from the Christ
ian church, Rev. J. L. Deebe in uhnrgis
Interment was made in the Martin
cemetery, south of this city.
Francis E Sharp was born in Tow.
ccster, North Hampshire, England, on
September 28, J 850. Sue was baptized
tn the unurcu or isngianu, December
8, 1850, remaining a member until the
end. When a young lady she came to
America, remaining here for a few
years, later returning to her native
and. Again coining to this country
she located lu New Jersey, and in Dec
ember "1887, In Urooklyu. N. Y, was
united lu marriage to John Ilusscl.
bacher A short time after this they
came to Webster county where they
have since resided. To this union were
bora three sous, Fritz, Georgo and
Curt, and one daughter, Mrs. Alice
Harris, who, with the exception of
Fritz, who entered the life eternal at.
the age of nine years, are left to mourn
After an Illness of about two months
death came to end the sufferings of
L'jJwarcl Frey, on Friday evening. An
attaok of the tlu which later developod
into liver complications Is said to havo
been the causo of his demise. Up un
til a few months ago he appeared to
have been in the best of health. He
He had been operated on in the Hast
Iuks hospital and for a time utter his
return to the city continued to im
prove, but this improvement continued
for a short time only.
The deceased was born iu Kent, Ill
inois, September, 18G8, Abont twen
ty three years ago he was united in
marriage to Mrs. Carrie Briukraan, to
this union were born two children,
Gladys, now Mrs. Ray Sutton and Miss
Uoldle, wlio witu nls
wife, two step
sons, August and Ed Brinkman, and
one stepdaughter, Miss Dora, bis
mother, Mrs. Mary Froy, and three
brothers, William, Bert and George are
left to mourn his demise.
Funeral services wore conducted
Monday afternoon from the Brethern
church, in charge of Rev. Ira Wagoner.
Interment was made Ja the city ceme-
Red Cloud, Aug. 12, 1919
The County Board of Equalization
mot as per call of the Clerk at 10 a.
m. with all members present except
A certificate, was read from the
Secretary of the State Board of
Equalization certifying that the
Slate Levy was 13 mills on the dol-'
lar on the assessed value of all Real
and Personal property in Webster
County for the year 1919.
On motion the 'following levies
were made for Webster county on
the assessed value of all Real and i
Personal property in Webster coun-'
ty for the year 1919: I
General Fund, G mills on the dol-'
lar; Roads, 4 mills; Bridges, 4
mills; and whereas an emergency
exists, an additional levy of one mill
on the dollar, assessed valuation, is
hereby levied as an emergency
Bridge Fund. Total county levy to
be 15 mills on the dollar on the as
sessed value of all Real and Person
al property in Webster county, Ne
braska, for the year 1919. Motion
On motion the following levies
were made on the assessed alua
tion of all Real and Personal proper
ty for fcchool and bond purposesjn
.the vJutyas school districts of Web
ster county: , ? K
District 1, general fund 35 mills,
bond 10 mills';' 235 and bond 4;
319; 421; 513; 628; 815;
914; 10" 31; 1129; and bond 6;
1215; 1323; 1434 and special
building fund 8; 1534; 1G S; 17
19; 1815; 208; 2110; 227;
2314; 2417; 2517 and special
building fund 10; 2620; 2715;
and bond 8; 2935 and special build
ing fund 10 mills; 3012; 3135;
32 10 J 3312; 3415; 3513; 36
35; and bond 8; 3715; 3812;
3928; 4022; 4121 and special
building fund 10; 42 S; 4320; 451
17; 4029; 4735 and special,
building fund 10; 4817; 49 20;
5011; 5112; 5229; 5310; 51
16; 5519; 5813; 597; 60 )
.35; 6116; 6214; 639; 6419;
Or 9; 6613; GS 11; 6920; 70'
20; 7135; 7213; 7335 and bond
9; 74 2D; 7513; 7722; 7812;
8024; 8116; 8319; 849; 85
35; 8714; 9035 and bond 4.
The Board of Equalization ad
journed sine die.
B. F. PERRY,
With The Commissioners
Red Cloud, Aug. 12, 1919.
The County Board of Commis
sioners met as per adjournment
with all members present except
The petition of Jacob Rieg and
43 others asking for a new bridge
across Farmers' creek between Sec
tions 20 and 29, Inavale precinct,
was referred to the County High
On motion the following order
was made by the Board and the
Clerk instructed to spread the same
on the Commissioners' Records:
Whereas, the following described
TJnnl p'cfnfn f tirlf. T.nfa (I nnil 1R to
22 in block 27, Red Cloud, Lots 8-8-1
9-10 and 20 to 24, block 28, Red
Cloud, has been offered for sale for,
delinquent taxes for more than
threo consecutive years past and
have not been sold for want of bid
ders. The County Attorney is here
by ordered to forclose the lien for
all taxes delinquent against the
above described real estate in ac
cordance with the provisioned of
House Roll No. 258, an act passed!
by the 'Nebraska Legisalture of 1919
amending section 6559 revised sta
tues of 1913.
The following claims were audited
and tho County Clerk instructed to
draw warrants upon the proper
funds iin'paymetttof same:
Chas. Schultz ' J JL .
"JUST LIKE A MAN"
"I want you to play for both of us," he had told her. I am not
the least bit jealous, and will glory in your social triumphs."
Then he' left her in their palatial New Yotlc
home and went away to Colorado for a year.
Now New York Society is not an Adamless
Eden and Owen Johnson's powerful novel
Remington' Typewriter Co.
School Dist. No. .18
First published in the Cosmopolitan Magazine
v.- nd now done in a magnificent photoplay, by
ANITA STEWART provides'a wonderful
evening's entertainment plus food 'for thought.
Monday and Tuesday
Admission 22c and lie
Help Your Boy
' Suppose you spent the past year iij hurdling machine
gun nests or potting submarines or swooping over the
German lines in an airplane: wouldn't'the old home seem
a little quiec, almost dull, aCter you'd been back a few
days? Quite a problem to adjust yourself to the hum
drum life of peace after gambling with death, daily, for
many months. And that's the problem which faces your
boy. You can help solve it. Give him
The NEW EDISON ,
"Tie Phonograph with a' Soul'.
That will liven up the house. That will attract a crowd
of happy young folks who will make things hum. That
will fill your boys evenings with so much clean, whole
some pleasure that nothing can compete with home as an
Drop In tomorrow and toe our exhibits ,ot few Edlsons In period
cabinets. Each instrument, no matter at vhat price, Is now sold in a
period cabinet of exquisite beauty, There are but two exceptions;
models for special purposes '
E. H. Newhouse
Optometrist and Jeweler
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching at tho usual hours.
We had two good services last
Sunday with two additions at the
' Tho Ladies' Aid will meet with
tMrs. Deardorff, on Friday.
' All are cordially invited to attend
V. M. HARPER, Pastor,
Ernest Holz, who is farming the
Charles llolmgraip place southwest of
Guide Rock, bad four stacks of wheat,
estimated to contain about 800 bushels,
destroyed by lire last Wednesday night.
The cause of the fire is unknown but
it is believed to have beeu set on Are
The Misses Mabel aud Laura HoJ&
man have returned from StralfOn.
'.(Continued on page 4)