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cause I like
Jfc & the flavor and
crispness that mam
JQUoiis Vorn Makes so
You'll wish Uio bowl at your table-scat wa3 about
twice as big when it's "Kcllopg'a for the fcastl"
Great big, sunny-brown corn flakes all oven-crisp
and crunchy crowding each other to spread you
real and truo joy! You never tasted such flavor 1
Pour in some fresh, cold milk -or cream and
btar-t in! Well, it'll seem you can't et going speedy
(enough to suit your appetite! Wn3 there over such
a keen appetite maker ; such happy,
Tomorrow, serve Kellogg's ! What a
round of appetite-applause you'll win!
Great to start the day right!
Do more thau ask your grocer
for "corn flakes." Insist upon
KELLOGG'S Cornflakes they're
Also naltert of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAH, cooked and krumtlcd
Greater Than Riches
A good healthy body is more to be desired
than all the -wealth of the world. Good health
assures a clear mind, inspires energy, ambiton
and "working efficiency.
The Food We Eat Is Important
The careful housewife will secure only the
highest grade groceries and foodstuffs to safeguard
the health of the family.
Our Goods Are The Highest Quality
Selected to give our patrons the best goods
obtainable at prices as low as it is possible to
This Store Will Help You
In the practice of consistent economy and give
you full value for ever dollar you spend here.
P. A, Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
entered in tiio 1'ontonicc At Itcd Cloud, Nob
na Second Clan Mutter
A. D. McAKTHUlV.Editor and Ownor
Foreign, pet column inch I5c
Local, ' 10 & 2)
Fivo Dollars will bo charged for nil
parties announcing their candidacy for
ofllco in tills column, whether Demo,
erat or Kppiihiicnn, and will bo run
until the Primary Election in July.
l hereby annonnco myself nsa candi
date, for the iiomiimtinn for Sheriff of
Webster County, at the Primary, July
IS, 1022, subject to the. will of tho Re
publican voters of Wubstor county.
1 hereby annouiioo tnyholf as a candi
date for the- nomination for SheriiY. of
Webster County subject to tho will of
tho voturs of the Democratic .party at
the Primary election. .Iuly.18, 11)22.
For County Clerk
I hereby announce mytolf as a candi
date, for tho nomination for County
Cleric of Webster Countv, at tho prl
mary, July 18, 1022, subject to the will
of the voters of tho Democrat party.
' II. F. PEKItY.
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself nj a uandi.
date for the nomination for County
Troasitret of Wobbler County subject
to tho will of the voters of tho Repub
lican party at tho Primary election,
July 13, 1022.
MKS. HAZEL POWELL.
I hereby nnnouueo myself asacandl
date for tho nomination of County
Treasurer of Webster County subject
to tho voters of the Democratic ticlcet
at the Primary election, July iSth.
A. V. DUCKER.
I hereby announce myself nsnciiudi
tliito for tho nomination for County
Treasurer of Webster County subject
to the will of the voters of the Repub
lican ticket at the Primary election
MRS. CLARA E. WALKER.
For County Superintendent
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for retiomiuatiou for County Sup
erintendent of Schools on the Noti;
Political ticlcet at the Primary election
July 18th. ESTELLE E "DPCKER
THE FUTURE OF THE FAMILY
American Lesion will give
a . dance at the
f FRIDAY Evening, MAR, 24
NO ADMISSION CHARGED
Dancers Will be Charged 1 0c a Dance
The Kromatic Kids will furnish the music
Dance starts at 9:00.
obtain. COME OUT
Absolute good order will
AND ENJOY YOURSELF.
Thjs Will be The Legion's Last Dance.
To tho Editor: In tho multiplied
effects to restore matters to ante
bellum cond tions, I have so far iailed
to sec anything written along the
course 1 wish to pursue in tin's com
munication. Wo nro trying out every
paternalistic idea suggested to the
most lcrtiic minus, nncl leaving un
touched sotno tilings a good deal near
er home, that might be tr'cd with
possibly much bettor effect. We are
beseeching tho Congress and our
Legislatures for help and officers
high in government are using their
good offices to promote the general
good in unheard of ways, and mcan-
'whilo wc aro fully assured that the
root of the matter is not touched by
any of the legislation enacted, or any
of the plans attempted. Tho financial
acumen of the country is at great
straits to invent some untried form
of taxation in order to ra'.so funds to
pay a bonus to the returned soldier:!,
when Uie major portion of those faith
ful and loyal men are not asking a
bonus or other form of easy money,
but only a chace to earn an hono3t
and decent living to sustain tho homes
they have d ready founded, and tho
covenant1; they have made to cherish
and maintain those they love. Clean
honest young men, just entering upon
tho responsibilities of manhood, are,
with the execpt'on of tho few needed
upon farms scarcely able to earn
enough to decently clothe themselves
and take any sort of placo in society
because tho places they should by
right fill and which they are thor
oughly competent to fill, are withheld
from them, because of cupidity nnd
at times something worse of men who
hlro Only two places in ally town arc
still roserved to men: the occasional
blackksmith shop and the mens clotn
ing stores. Every other place, schools,
banks, cream stations, court lious-is,
stores, academies, and co-cd colleges
are filled with girls and womou.
From the Kindergarten up to the
college degree our boys are deprived
of all stimulus toward manliness and
virility. In tho years when they
fliould l)e imbibing the principles of
strenuous living from men -.hoy ud
mjre, they are, cloistered with imma
ture, hnlf appareled girl teachers,
more intent upon becoming fasi!ori
plates 'than the stimulating factor 5
of genuine progrcs.l to the next gen
eration. Our banks are falling woefully
short of their conceded posit'on in
the community, because about all of
that fine paternalism inherent in woll
conducted banking is dissipated or
in some casts entirely lost, through
the perplexed business man's inter
course only with girls behind the
rounter, or beyond the wicket.
Our stores are closed to young men,
except possib'v one in a placo to do
the sweeping and heavy lifting and
hi? position is always of the cheap
order, without poss.bili v of promo
tion or increased salary. Yet it is
a fact that the ord nary customer
would prefer purchain from an ef
ficient male clerk all the things sal
able even in a dry-goods store, unlets
desires and customs have radicJly
changed in a generation.
A chlvalrlc sense of obligi't'on to
tho new accretion to our voting popu
lation is filling our ccurt houses with
women, and our courts arc hampeied
by women clerks, an 1 ntunog.'nphers,
especially in divorce and libel c?e.;,
until Attorneys are hcpclcss of brib
ing out all tho salient points of any
case, and evidence otherwise prompUy
furnished is withheld because of the
presence of women in official position.
If it be asFertcd here that tho officials
here protcRtcd against are fully Vile
to l'stcn to the deleterious portions of
evidence, often required, it shou d be
said that it does not add to tlie'r mor
al and spiritual worth, nor to their
value to society. If it be further as
serted that nothing should be hoard in
our courts not adm'sslble in polito
txciiity it is conf d?nliy answered
that in case tho courts take a place
along with the, modern pulpit, in gloss
ing over and excusing tho grievous
wrongs of the body politic, and des
troy nil the hope of correcting them.
W.th churches', lodges, and all the
ntuitnl letter so':clios known to con-!
tain people to some extent who are
morally corrupt, and unable because
of that fact, to speak out without
diminished power and Influence, it
behooves us to leave the courts un
hampered to the correction of cvih"
acknowledged to exist, and to give to
them our moral support. Our code
of moral ethics needs strenuous revision.
Women with immorally abbreviated
skirts and gauze waists do not look
pretty to the average man even
though they carry about petitions to
close Pool halls, and effect a grade of
moral sense bel ed by their nppar:l,
or lack of-it. As between Pool halls
as ordinarily conducted, and the mod
ern dance, where decently clad young
men are brought into execeding'y
close proximity to indecently clothed
young and middle aged women, the
Pool halls do not suffer in the com
parison. And what is here written of
the modern dunce may just as truth
fully be written concerning the Lodge
or church function, excepting probr
ably some degree of distinction
should be made in social standing.
The over recurrent question in view
of these things is, what becomes of
the family of the future? If young
men are to bo deprived of the paying,
respectable positions-of life not be
cause they are not "willing and compe
tent, but because women can bo hired
more cheaply and many times for
reasons not nice to be written, if pub
lic life for women as seems to be the
case, destroys in marked degree the
fine texture of womanly character,
which men uniformly love and respect,
if it destroys in many cases the hom
ing desiro and tho man'n ability to
furnish a home, then it becomes a
menace and a thing of evil.
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The Red Cloud Chief
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
rs. Ed Amack
BOTH PHONES RED.CLOUD, NEB
I. T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 32M
Dist. S. S. Convention
Next Sunday Afternoon
A Sunday School convention for thft
Red Cloud district is to be held at the
Baptist church in this city at three
o'clock Sunday afternoon, to which
everyone is invited. The program as
arranged by the committee is as fol
lows: Meeting called to order by president
Devotional Itov. Frantz
Appointment .Nominating Committee
Tho Purpose and Work of tho
Cradle Roll Miss Grace Davis
Song by audience, led by N. B.- Bush
Problems of Interesting Young -
Peoplo in Christian Work
Gem White, Mildred Boron
Song by audience, led by N. U. Bush
County Sunday School Census
Survey Itev. C.J3. Schofield
Round Table conducted by Alex
Bentloy, Red Cloud
Violin Solo Rev. S. Hardmnn
Suggestions from County Officers
Should tho Bible be used in our
Public Schools.... Rev. S. Hardman
J ' " IJcjl Cloud , r 4
Election of Officers U J'r
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istbrc or merchandise ,-.
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