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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1921)
RED CLOUD, JfBBAJHtA, OHDOT
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TiIIIS OFFICE is, this season, in a position to handle
Iff the Christmas gift card business that has hereto-
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just arrived and we will be pleased to show you the
beautiful assortment oC engraved, embossed, hand tint
ed cards from some of the best gift card manufacturers
in the world.
The Successful Business Man
in recent vears never fails to remember his natrons
at Christinas time with an appropriate card. People IwA
I have become to expect it, and it is a very inexpensive li
way of extending the season's greetings, proving to the
customer that his business dealings with you have been
appreciated and causing him to remember you when he
needs any thing in the line you carry.
Call at our office and let us talk it over.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
All Things Considered
We Believe That
MA IT LAND COAL
Is as cheap if not cheaper, than any other kind
fl o fuel. If you are not using MAITLAND try some
01 ours the next time you order.
Piatt & Frees
Ovor 8,000,000 bushels of grain tiro in
volviul In the '2,814 grower contracts to
cured in Nebraska todutc by the U. S.
drain Growers, Inc., according to tin
(illlolai iimimuict'tiictit by the statu oi
uawzer. Tins ropiesentHiiti acrcnguuf
.'191,110. According to the iinnounco
in nt this in one third of tne nutiibfr
of bunliHls to be secured before the ini
lion u I sales depui ttnunt will take steps
lo establish tuitnitiiil elevator facilities
and a sales agency in the zone lncltul
Inu NubriisUti. fjocal lenders tire hope
rul Unit the tiucHss try '25,000,000 buihel
math will t.e twichcd boon iiftur the
first of the year
Out) of i he features of the wecls'
campaign was the securing of HO grow
ei contracts tiear viead, tlie former
home of C. II. Giistnfson, president of
tin U S Grain Growers. O. D. Jttil
Ins, solicitor, .Working In the immuri.
ate vicinity of the former Uiistafson
home, scoured seven contracts without,
a miss in three houis last Monday
Dxei'llent results wore scoured by
solicitors in other putts of the state,
according to .1. A. Ctawford, assistant
slate otganizer. Win. Kurt of Tobias,
working at Waco secured I) grower
contracts dm lug the six-day puiiod
and iiict eased his nggreKiito to '2.72, glv
lug him u btife lead over the oilier soli,
cit'ir.s. Walthill cotitlnues lo lead the
other coopuitillvu elevators in the num
ber of Individual contracts with 110.
A recapit million frcm national head
quaiteis shows that the U. S. (iialtt
Growers has a total tnumboiuhip of 18,
iiiu, which is an Increase for the past
week of 171!). The tiiiinberof elevatois
slgtied now stands at f70 an increase
ot .'!2 for the week. Illinois holds the
lead Willi .V2S1 and North Daliotu se
uoud with 4,500. Nebraska ranks all
easy third with Oklahoma fourth with
While tiie membership campaign did
not open in Iowa until this week, A. 1j.
Mlddletou's ciew of solicitors, school
ed last week at Nevada, scored their
Hi st victory when a contract with the
en.ipeiatlve elevator at Nevada was
signed Wednesday night as a ollaux
t the thiee day meeting. Mr. Middle
ton will be usststed in the campaign
by T A. Hougiis, former president of
the L'urmei.V Union in Iowa
THE HUGHES WAY
WE CLEAN HATS
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
ill If JM $
One Size Pack
All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of the
finest tobaccos are concentrated on this one cigarette
Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost quality.
Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as it's
possible to make a cigarette.
Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high,
exclusive standard. You can always .depend on the same
mellow-mild refreshing smoothness the taste and rich
flavor of choicest tobaccos and entire freedom from
And remember this! Camels come in one size package
only -20 cigarettes just the right size to make the greatest
saving in production and packing. This saving goes
straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you
can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price.
Here's another. We put no useless
frills on the Camel package. No "extra
wrappers!" Nothing just for show!
Such things do not improve the smoke
any more than premiums or coupons. And
their added cost must go onto the price
or come out of the quality.
'One thing, and only. one, is responsible
for Camels great and growing popularity
-that is CAMEL QUALITY.
'" . i F ie
Now York World Lauds Ne
braska and Its Metropolis
for Landing Air Classic.
Onuilin, Nob. Omiilm mid Nebraska
linvo been placed on tho miii as "wldu
nwnke." Tlio Now Yorft World placed
them there Immediately nfu-r the Om
nhu Aero club hud obtained the
Pulitzer Trophy race us the funturu
event of tJio air congross to be held
in Oinabii November ;i, -1 mid fi.
This is wlm t the eastern newspaper
hud to say :
"The lim nir riue for the Pulitzer
trophy the world's most Important
prlzo forspeed in (ho upper realms
will be llown this .veariit Omaha.
"Announcement to This ofToct was
made by Unrl W. Porter, president of
the Oninhii Aero club, In the wide
nwnke Nebraska city. Omaha gained
for herself quite a victory in obtaining
the Pulitzer Trophy race."
OUR MARY CANNOT ATTEND;
SENDS REGRETS TO PORTER.
Little Mary Piekford iant.s to at
tend the Oinaha air congress but she
can't. For early in Nm ember--n .
meet will be held on the .'I, -I and 5ih
Mary will be en her way to Kiiropu
Expressing her regiet, Mary says in
a letter to Earl W. Porter, nr.cslilom of
tho Omaha Aero club: "I shall be In
Europe at the time as we nro planning
to go immediately upon completion of
Mr. Fairbanks production of the "Vir
ginian." " I do so appreciate the Invitation
and my memories or itockwell Field
tell tin; Just what I shall miss for I
know how royally the Airmen can en
tertain and what true hospitality la
During the war Mary was n great
menu of the soldiers and t-ppnt much
of her time a Itockwell Hying Held.
THE NEW FLYING FIELD.
Which is Doing Scientifically Prepared
In the Northern Part of Omaha.
The accompaning picture is an 1 1
tcrestlng view of the new aero Held on
North 21th Street where the races and
vnrlous exhibitions will start and llnlsh
during the Aero Congress in Oniaha,
November 3 to fi. The light colored
squares are corn Holds which will he
eliminated and the ground scientifically
prepared before the meeting. The
huge. trees shown In upper left hand
corner were pulled by the roots by
giant tractors. This picture was taken
from t tthino high above the Held.
PLAN TO HAVE LEGION HEADS
VIEW HUGE AIR SPECTACLE.
There are golm to be hundreds of
members and celebrities at the Amer
ican Legion convention In Kansas City
October 31 and the Omaha Aero club
is arranging to have 'em come on to
Omaha for the big air meet November
3, -1 and fi. A Kansas City delegation
recently flew to Omaha to co-operate
with the air club in boosting the Om
aha event at the Kansas City eon-
MEXICANS WILL SEND ENVOY
MAY BE PRES. OBREGON.
If you come to the Omaha air meet
November 3,1 and ,", you'll see repre
sentatives of the Mexican government
maybe President Obrcgon or De La
Earl Klpllnger, just back from ex
tending the olllcial invitation of the
Omaha Aero club to the Mexican gov
ernment at Mexico City, brought with
Iilm assurance of a representation
Having secured tho sorvioos of Wm.
M. Hurges, thn scavenger who fao suc
cessfully cleared up tho filthy vaults of
the city a few years ago, he will pro
ceed at once to remove all nuisance
and breeding places of disease, be prc
pared when he comes. All cess pools
considered dangerous and unsanitary
will bo filled up. Price 75o por barrel,
Wi cubio feet, or 3.1 gallons. City how
er connections will bo made at reason
Henry Cook, City lloilth Physician
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by tho amount of
instil ance you carry.
Don't lull yourself into a fancied
Hocau&e lire has never touched you
itdoeii't follow that you'ro immune
Tomorrow no today, If you have
time and you bolter Had time
cotuo to tho oHleu and we'll writo
a policy on your house, furniture,
store or merchandise,
LATER MAY HE TOO LATfe
Do You Realize?
That the only protection you have against the greedy,
avaricious trusts and big monopolies of this country, which
feed on the efforts of the producer, is by standing firmly
together in self defense.
The big corporations all co-operate in price
manipulation, securing your produce for just
as little money as possible, and charging you
the maximum for goods you arc required t
The Farmers Union is the Remedy
And there is nothing quite so obnoxious in the eyes of
the monopoly as a body of FARMERS FIRMLY CO
OPERATING in the interest of LEGITIMATE PRICES.
AH Sorts Of Unscrupulous Tactics Are Resorted To i
in order to discourage such organizations. They will pay
big prices for one kind of produce for a short time, in
order to "freeze out" their competitors in certain local
ities and to evade laws which have been enacted tt
protect you from such methods THEY HAVE MEN BUY
FOR THEM who term themselves "Independent
Stand By Your Union
Where you know you are working for your own interests
and notofeeding up the trust so it can take hold on you in
a new place.
nspffl wn m I FJl
J. F. Edwards, Mgr.
.1 f.noi) i-L.u ;
Red Cioud, Neb.
(fa P 1'PiB .
for wearing holes in their stockings at
play. Romping play is good for them
let them romp. But put stockings
on them that are "wear insured". Put
which is made of the best and Strongest yarns
obtainable knit to shape and size exactly and
dyed with Harms-Not Dye (which absolutely docs
not rot, burn or weaken the yarn).
You'll buy Armor Plate stockings again and again because
in t enrice they keep their shape and color, fit snug and "wear
like armor plate". And they're "perfect In weave, wear
Take home a pair or two of these excellent hose today.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
by use of
TriivellurN Cheques protect tho tourist by
nffoiilliif,' h fiiiru foim in which to carry funds.
TliPHeulD'Ciiieh, which sire Issued in ileuomliiii
xtionn of SHI, Z'lo. M), mill $100, furnlhh n ready
iiliMitifitiiition of Hit: liohlur mid uro pnyulile up.
on couuter.sijimtiiU) Tlmy mo necopled
throiiKhoiit Hih world by bniihs, hotels, trims
portHtinu so in pn nles mid buBino'-s houses,
lleforo tHUiiip mi extended trip lot our officers
explain In detail the ndviutHKCB of currying
tlu'so cheques- whon travelling
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
P.I......I ITIn..n PrV.Mn, Pnil Plnttfl M..1. C r l?l so l.
B Drpotiti (luaruiitttd by tht Jitpotltort (iiaranty Fund of the Stat of Xtbratka
Alfnlfn 1h n Jintlv
been cultivated In
foro tho tlino of
Inrds Introduced It
lea until soino tlino
1800, when it yus
"fornlif. Ulnei then
croo In tho United
iwf Asia, but 1ms
Kumnu since uo-
'hrlsl. Tho Spnn-
Into South Amcr
hetweQii 1850 and
brought to Call
It has become, thq
For a Church Supper.
When tailing out food In dishes or
tins to church dinners and suppers or
to your neighbors, try writing your
namo on n pleco of adheslvo plaster
and stick It onto tho dish or tin, nnd
you will find that you. will hnvo no
Wro trouble- In losing your dishes,
as It will not bo wnslicflPftTr'cnsIly,
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