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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. AUGUST 10. 1922
'Defeats Blue Hill Once More
2.35 Per Bu
Luit iiiil.v iii i eiiioH the local ball
team item lu Blue llill where they
p'ixyed the team nt that place. The
pMne wji-' mitrrud by the untitimidua
crabbing of the Bin- Hill nttery and
theie ttis noi nine i 111V ojowh. Red
Ciond won by n score of f . 4 which
keeps them in flist mce t.i the Polly
League. Collin., biuby i.u.l Pichler
were the battery for Red Cloud while
Jeukiiisun anil Eggleston were tho
battery for Blue Hill, il-ill' HRititi
proved to bo tho star on ti e' diamond.
uoistem comes liere buiii.iy auu no
doubt they will put a goon nunc so go
out and see it.
Western Peaches May Be a Little Cheaper Later
On, But They, Do Not Compare In Quality With
rt i he c mvoiitloii whs can I to order
We Will Have Only a Limited Amount Of TheR!iyv. l Wt,,.,er after .Much v. s.
. r l o r! i Z&' r 1 M H ; Ilu!l wub elecu-d e.i itrmun md Edgar
bouthern reaches, bo rhoneiour Urder INow a Mcuride secretary, i w. kiou was
Tue-dav turniug at 10 o'ulock the
Democratic dulcKittud a&eiut.ed ut the
court house for the purple i f holding
n county coiivetjtiou.
The c iiivuutiou was call I to order
THE R, P. WEESjMER CO.
Sale of Needed Merchandise
HARVEST TIME is always a busy time for the
housewife and one does not get time to wash
when needed have gone through the stock and
noted a few of the articles most needed.
Linen colored crash, good grade IOC
White cotton crash, good grdde 10c
All linen crash 30c
Ready-made bath towels, 18x38 25c
Large size, 21x42 hemmed ends, good
Come in and let us. show you these and you
will sure buy.
Jllf-l'llt .itlii ...! 1 'Mill .rt l.
"lnt?f i.iii,; wou- eieci d delegates
to utiuiiu ue tiiaio cuiiteuilon: Mi-.
W. A. Sherwood, EJgar Mcliride, K!i
Cox, V. L, Weesucr, Cd Getiach, V. S.
Hall. Ed'Klng and Mrs. F. 7T. Hopka.
Alternate delegtUeS Mrs. Alf McCall,
Mrs. J II. Bailey, Mrs. Geo. Pope, Mis
Geo. McCall, Mrs. V. J. Merteo, P. C.
liuschow, Peter erten Sr., Mr. John
son. V. S. Hall was chosen as chair
nmn for do legates to the state convention.
THE REPUBLICANS ASSEMBLE
IN COUNTY CONVENTION
All summer weight dress goods in Voile, Dimity, Batiste,
Tissues, Silk Tissues, Organdies, al
20 Per Cent Off Regular Price
to clean them up.
AGENTS "Ladies Home Journal Patterns"
Warner Brothers' Corsets,
For, Those New Floors
. OAK -
The republican county convention
met at the court house Tuesday.
Delegates were in attendance from all
parts of the county, included in which
were nbout a dozen ladies.
J. II. Crary of Guide Rock was
chosen chairman and G. J. Warren,
Congressman Andrews was present
and gave the convention an interest
ing address. Senator Rickard of Guide
Rock, Dan'l Garbcr, of this city, nom
inee for state representative and
others gave brjef addresses which
were well received.
Miss Keeney, of Cowles entertained
the delegates with a recitation, "What
A Woman Will Do," which proved a
pleasant diversion in the convention
The following were selected as dele
gates to tho State Convention, which
meets at Lincoln, August 15th: Eman
uel Peters; Stanley Long; George
Hoit; Charles Hunter; J. S. Gilham;
George Cathor; Mrs. Frank Britten;
Miss Jessio Kellogg; Ruben Douthit;
R. B. Thompson and E. L. Moore.
A motion instructing the County
Central Committee to call tho next
county convention prior to tho date
for holding the next primary election
was voted down.
Before adjourning the following re
solutions were passed:
"Resolved, That we heartily en
dorse the administration of President
Harding and the action of congress in
their work to restore the nation and
tho world to a safe and "prosperous
condition and pledge our best efforts
to secure the election of all the repub
lican candidates for office.
"Resolved, That we are not in favor
of tho Code bill as it exists at pres
ent and insist that there bo a reduc
tion of the employees about tho state
house to tho lowest number consistent
with duo efficiency in tho manage
ment of tho interests of the state and
that there bo no duplication of offi
cers." Commercial Advertiser.
Board of Equalization
The county board of equalization
met Wednesday at nine o'clock; all
A certificate was on file from tho
stale tax commissioner certifying that
the state levy for Webster county fov
1922 is 2.3 mills.
The following levies were made on
actutd value of real and personal
property for school and bond purposes:
Dist. 1 Gen 12S. Bond 2i: Dist 2
uen. 7; Dist 55; Dist. C
Gen 0, Bond 2; Dist 3 Gen. C; Dist 4
Gen 7; Dist 5 Gen 5; Dist 6 Gen 10,
Bond 2; Dist 8 Gen 7; Dist 9 Gen 3;
Dist 10 Gen 10; Dist 11 Gen 7; Dist 12
Gen 4; Dist 13 Gen 7; Dist 14 Gen 7;
Dist 15 no levy needed; Dist 1G Gen 3;
Dist 17 Gen 7; Dist 18 Gen 7; Dist 20
Gen 5; Dist 22 Gen 5; Dist 23 Gen 6;
Dist 25 Gen 4; Dist 2G Gen 7; Dist 27
Gen 7; Dist 29 Gen 4; Dist 30 Gen 4;
Dist 31 Gen 11; Dist 32 Gen 4; Dist
33 Gen 5; Dist 34 Gen 7; Dist 30
Gen 5; Dist 3G Gen 20 Bond 1; Dist
37 Gen G; Dist 38 Gen 4; Dist 39 Gen
7; Dist 40 Gen D; Dist 41 Gen 15,
Special Building 2; Dist 42 Gen 4;
Dist 43 Gen 7; Dist 45 Gen 4; Dist 40
Gen G; Dist 47 Gen 7, Spncial Building
2; Dist 48 Gen 5; Dist 49 Gen 7; Dist
50 Gen 4; Dist 51 Gen 2; Dist 52 Gen
4; Dist 53 Gen. 2; Dist 51 Gen 5; Dist
55 Gon 5; Dist 58 Gen 1; Dist 59 Gen 5
Dist GO Gen 7, Bond 2; Dist 01 Gen 5;
Dist G2 Gen 5; Dist G3 Gen 3; Dist 04
Ge'cni;DistC5 Gen 4; Dist GG Gen 4;
Dist G8 no levy needed; Dist 09 Gen G;
Dist 70 Gen G; Dist 71 Gen 7; Dist 72
Gen 4; Dist K Gen 12, Bond 15;
Dist 74 Gon 7; Dist 75 Gen 9; Dist 77
Gen 2; Dist 78 Gen 6; Dist 80 Gen 7;
Dist 81 Gen 4; Dist 83 Gen 5; Dist 84
Gen 4; Dist 85 Gen G; Dist 87 Gen 7;
Dist 90 Gen 7, Bond 1.
Tho following county levies were
General fund including Mothers
Bridge fund 1.2
Road fund 1.0
Aid to Co Arrvi. societies 0.1
A GENUINE COW HIDE LEATHER BELT WITH SILVfSR NICKEL
INITIAL liUCKEL AT ?1.00 OTHER BELTS AND BUCKLES UP TO
$7.50. WASHABLE WHITE LEATHER BELTS $1.00. A FULL LINE
OF "KUM-A-PART" CUFF BUTTONS, (A SNAP TO BUTTON 50c
$1.00 AND $1.50. 4
RITE-RITE THE NEW MECHANICAL PENCIL, EACH 10c.
LEADS 15c PER DOZEN. LEADS FIT PAL, EVERSHARP.
HOL-TITE SOFT COLLAR FASTENERS 50c.
E. H. Newhouse
Total lew 3.5
Tho lew is based on a valuation of
$25,800,245 as shown by 1922 ab
stract. Board of equalization adjourned
Following the session of the board
of equalization, the board of county
commissioners met, all members pres
Tho following claims wore allowed:
Judges and clerks primary
election I. .. .$780.25
H. A. Stumpenhorst 39.70
T. J. Chaplin 52.75
H. H. Crowell 85.00
Grant' Shldler 120.00
C. A. Waldo 105.50
Co. Treasurer 138.82
A. O. U.,W. Bldg Assn, Cowles 5.00
Dr. R. Damorell 8.00
P. E. Maurer 3.00
Mrs. Sophie Wayman 1.00
Victor Colburn f... LOO
Farmers Union 123.00
Mrs. Ed Amack G0.00
Standard Oil Co 17.54
Clara McMillan 104.86
Joo Hewitt IGb.OO
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jN ALL LINES
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Dr. Robt. Dnmerell
F. E. Maurer
Dr. Robt. Ma-t'n ..
A. II. Hoffman
Dr. H. S. Reed
Dr. J. B. Dierkcr ..
E. W. Stevens
Mrs. Ed. Amack .
C. L. Cotting
E. J. Emerton -
Now is the time to buy fly n ets and covers of all kinds at
pre-war, prices. Come in and see my line before buying.
Successor to J. O. Butler
I THE MALONE-GELLATLY CO. :
ASK US I
Grace Church Notes
Ninth Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 n. pi.
Morning Sorvlce at II a. m.
Union evening service on Congrega
ItiouHl church lnwn.
American Disinfecting Co.
C. F. Cather
O. C. Tool
W. H. Lutsch
E. K. Simons
C. H. Rudd
Dr. E. D. Leiby
Mrs. Mnbel Albright .
Smith & McKimmoy
Red Cloud Chief
Celesta Eggleston .
Seth Green --. .
C. E. Vaughan
Thos. A. Friend
Mrs. John Williamson'"
F. W. Endorf
A. F. Bratton
Honry R. Fausch
Anna Stumpenhorst -
C. A. Waldo
University Pub Co. ...
Omoha Printing Co.
State Journal Co.
KIopp Printing Co.
K. B. Printing Co
Milburn & Scott
Hammond & Stephens
Wheeler Lumber Bridge &
Geo. Trino 34.10
J. A. Silvey Lbr Co. 554.60
Mid-State Construction Co 2174.72
P. A. Good Lbr. Co . 178.85
Bladen Lbr. Co. 106715
L. R. Columbia 32.00
Chicago Lbr. C. Rosencont j 109.00
Chicago Lbr. Co. Blue Hill 130.23
Farmers Union Elov, Co.
Commissioner Dist No. 3.
White Hdw. Co.
Geo. Schneller .
Guide Rock Hdw. Co.
Commissioner Dist. No. 2
Commissioner Dist No. 2 .
Commissioner Dist. No. 1
Commissioner Dist. No. 4
Road Dragging Fund
Road Dragging Fund Dis.t
Proudfit Lbr. Co.
Nebraska Culvert Co.
SOLDIERS RELIEF FUND
Webster County Treasurer .-... 15.60
No further business appearing tho
Board adjourned to meet Sept. 12,
B. F." PERRY,
x County Clerk.
Exterminate the House Fly.
Among tho 180 different kinds oj
bacteria and other organisms taken
from the bodies of house Hies by HC
ferent Investigators uro lnfuntllo diar
rhoea, typhoid fever, anthrax", food
poisoning, amoebic dysentory, abcesses,
leprosy, tapeworms, hookworms, bu
bonic plague, conjunctivitis, Hum
mer complaint, tuberculosis, enteritis,
trochumu, eryslplens, gas gangrene,
stomach worms, plinvorms and oplv