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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1920)
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Standing the strain
WHEN you give the playclotlics problc... ihc careful
consideration it deserves you invariah'.j buy only such
garments jou beliee will stand the strain of strenuous play.
At each step in the making of "Bread Winner" play
clothes this strain is considered lilach garment is reinforced
where there is any considerable strain upon it, each ''Varment
is finished to the last detail of buttons, buttonbt les and leanis
with the necessary care to withstand this strair.
You can buy our playclotlics bearing the label "Brca I
Winner" with the positive assurance that you have purchased
a garment that will absolutely satisfy. Made under the most
sanitary conditions, for tiny tots in crcc;-r. up to boys of
cijjlit and girls of six.
Come into our children's washwear department and let
us show you our full line of sturdy garments.
Mrs, Barbara Phares
w rwr -wt at nunrrvu
of every description and at prices
that are in keeping with quality
Philip H. Fuller
Born in Ohio 44 years' ago. A resident o(
Hastings 33 years. Graduate Hastings High
School. Attended the S ale University.
Practiced Law 1 7 years. Member of the
firm of Tibbets, Morcy and Fuller.
VOTE FOR FULLER
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraaktv
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the I'ofilofllcc at Ittd Cloud, Nob
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A. B. McARTHUR, Editor unci Owno
rilB ONLY UEMUUHATIU PAPEIl IN
Commissioner Dist- 4
I hereby announce myself asacaudi
date, for re.iiomination for County
Commissioner, of District No. 4, at the
prlmury, April 20, 1020, subject to the
will of the Republican rote is of Web
ster County. Wm. H. THOMAS
I hereby ntinomice myself asacaudl
(Into for nomination to the ollluc of
County Commissioner from the 4th
Commissioner district, subject to the
decision of the Uppublicuu voters at
the 1'rlmary election on April 20th.
H. 11 CKOWELL.
1 hereby auuoiiticu myself us u candi
date for nomination to tho otlleu of
County Commissioner from the 4th
Commissioner District, subject to the
decision of tho Republican voters at
the Primary election nn April 20th.
C. It HESSE.
For Clerk of District Court
1 hereby announce niysclf.'as a candi
date, for tho nomination for Clerk of
the District Court, at the primary,
April 20 1020, subject to the will of
the Deiiuicialie voters of Webster
County. EDITH L.Mr KKIijHAN.
I hereby announce no self as ncautli
date, for the nomination for Clerk of
the Distiiot Conit, at tho Primary.
April 20. 11120, subject to the will of
tho Republican voteisof Webster conn-
ty. ci.aka McMillan
For County Judge
I hereby announce mysolf.'as a eandi
dato for thu olllce of County .Judge at
tlio primary April 20tli, 1H20, subject
to th will of the electors of Webster
County. A. D. KANNEY
l hereby announce myself as acandl
date for Representative of Webstei
county, subjoec to the will of the nc
publlec.u to'.cis, ut the Prix&ry Elect
ion on April 'i 1020
Senator 20th District
I hereby announce iny-elf usaeandi
date for Senator or the 20th Senatorial
district, subject to the will" of the
Democrat lo voters, at the Primarv
election on April 20, 1020. Your sup
purl will be appreciated.
A DP M.CALL.
Local Baptists Must
Announcement of the amount the
Red Cloud HaptNt, church lias been
aslced to accept as ltsquota of tlieSloe .
Oiio.uiii) tuiul to be raised by the North
crn Haptists between April 2. and Mm
2, has just been made by A. B. Newell,
state campaign diiector of the North,
ern Haptists' New World Movement,
The Red Cloud Haptists have 1 eu
assigned the sum ol S.-j.TH.us tluir um.
tribution toviud the huge budget that
is to be expended in thegieat ipitirual
and well fare campaign inaugurated
by the Haptists for America and the
Far Hast. Hy accepting the task of
raising thoS.Vni Red Cloud Haptists
will become a vital part, or the heien
lean task undortakPii by thcdonnniina.
tion in a work that is to touch directly
or indirectly, practically every man
woman and child in the nation
Mr. J. M. llewett, chairman of the
Baptist Minute Men for the locality,
will guide tho efforts of the So,?! I
Dr. John Y. AHcMson, campaign
director, outlined and defined theaims
of the program, saying "The New
World Movement, for which SloO.imi),.
0(10 is being raised, is a vigorous and
aggresivo application of Christianity
to thu problems of (the world. Thirty
millions of the sum has been set aside
I for educations work in the United
States. $12,000,000 tor new buildings,
j JlS.tKXJ.OOo for incieasing tho income
'yeildlng endowmint funds which will
j help out the .situation of the under-
J faculty. Pui ther millions will bo used
for tho education of childien of I ml.
inns and negroes, the Hurmans, Chinese
' and Africans Hospitals, welfaie slat.
I ions, mission centers and churches will
be built throughout the territory of
the denomination which Is almost the
1 wide world,
County Agent Fnusch spent Tues
day in Guide Rock.
Alf Nolan returned home from Kan
sas City tills morning.
0001) NO. I! OATS ?1 per 1IUSHKL
... VAIIMPIIU l.'I.I.M'ATlh
Eat and drink
at Powell it Pope's
Frame .V. Smith
Used ears for sale
Dan Gurber was in Oxford the Inst
of the -week.
A i-PKular meetiuKOf the Red Cloud
Local of tho FarmersJUnion was held
in the I. O.O. F. hall Tuesday evening
which was well attended. Many busi
ness matters was brought befoie the
meeting It was decided that, owin
to the Increase in volume of business
in the urocery depaitment that more
room must be had for the stoiage ot
surplus stock. A lai-(,'o portion of the
rear of tho building will be lemodeled
and made into a ware room where the
stock inny be conveniently handled
and stored. Several 'now members
wore added tothobver lucruusitiiMiiom-
iberalilproll, ' ' -' -
J si BUBE
TURKISH V DOMrsrC'S'HIW
no man ever smoked a better
cigarette at any price!
CAMELS quality, and their expert blend
of choice Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will sat
isfy every smoke desire you ever expressed.
You will prefer this Camel blend to either
kind smoked straight I
Camels mellow-mildness will certainly
appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and
that smoothness! It's a delight!
Go the limit with Camels! They will not
tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleas
ant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga
Just compare Camels with any ciga
rette m the world at any price!
Cirtiri rr aotdowrywhrro in cirntifically fralctt
package of 20 ainrrttes for 20 ennf , or ten par.
tie 200 cigarette) in a illattne nnper-ccered
carton We ttrongl recomn)entl this carton for
the home or olfice tupply or when you trael.
R, J HKYNOLUS TOIIACCO CO.. Vlnnton-S',lm. N C.
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March Weather Report
Temperature- Mean l.'l de., maxi
mum 70 de. on 1 1th, mluiiu'imO below
zero on 7th.
Piecipitation: Total 0.1S inches.
Snowfall: Total !1 2 inches.
Number of days Clear 10, partly
cloudy 0, cloudy 0.
Dttes of Hail 2Sth. sleet 1 th, thun
Rainfall since Jan. 1, 1 'M inches.
Hveu tliD MiMlcicnt time had not
elapsed toMiialcea thoro hoivemen out
of one of our physicians while doiii),'
his bit in the at my camps. It appeals
that' he masteied the art sullieleutly to
eiiMble him to make his way back to
to town astride one the speedy moon's
of this county one day recently, wln-u
it was found that this was the only
means of getting thru the snow dtifts
as his auto was stuck in a snow drift
To The Voters
OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
There are two judges to be elected for this
district at the coming election. I am a candidate
for one of the places. I was appointed as one of
the judgesto fill the vacancy resulting from
Judge Dorsey's elevation to the Supreme Court
commission last September, and desire to con
tinue in such position for a frill term. I have
shown what kind of a judge I am. If you do
not already know, investigate, and if I am found
worthy, I will appreciate your vote.
W. A. DILWORTH, Holdrege. Neb.
Let Us Figure on Your Job Printing
A Farmer Boy:
A World Leader
NEBRASKA HAS BOTH in John J. Pershing, this state's own candidate for tho
A FARMER BOY who was born in n sninll Middle Western community; who
spent ten years t the Missouri and Nebraska universities; who has made his home
In this state for years!
A WORLD LEADER who cleaned up the most turbulent islnnd in the Philippines;
who led his company to victory up San Juan hill; who beat the diplomats of Europe
at their own game; who ended a world war three years before the most optimistic
European experts had hoped! A
WHAT OTHER CANDIDATE is so well fitted to understand and fulfill the needs
of the Middle West?
WHAT OTHER CANDIDATE is so well equipped to guide America out of the
maze of European complications which remain as our lieiitagc from the world war?
Could Nebraska offer tho nation only Pershing, tho fanner boy nnd splendid
Nebraska citizen, it would have enough.
Could Nebraska offer only Pershing, the world leader, it would have exceeded tho
hopes of any other state.
BUT NEBRASKA CAN OFFER MORE. IT CAN OFFER PERSHING, THE
FARMER BOY WHO BECAME A WORLD LEADER THE FARMER BOY WHO
LED THE AMERICAN ARMY TO VICTORY IN THE GREATEST OF WARS
THE FARMER BOY WHO IS FITTED, BETTER THAN ANY OTHER AMERICAN'
CITIZEN, TO BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
NEBRASKA IS GOING TO MAKE THAT OFFER APRIL 20. DO YOUR PART
BY GOING TO THE POLLS ON THAT DATE AND HELPING PILE UP THU
BIGGEST MAJORITY ON RECORD FOR-
m OF NEBRASKA For President
(This advertisement paid for by the subscriptions of Nebraska citizens.)
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