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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, FEBRUARY 1, 1923
Here is the Opportunity for Men to save
money on the things that are necessary at all
times of the year.
MENS SUITS and OVERCOATS
15 to 34.50
Including Hart Schaffer
Injured in Auto Accident
Grace Church Notes
High Grade Mokes.
BRADLEY SWEATERS Vz price
WOOL SHIRTS 33J6 OFF
O'SHOES 1 BUCKLE
Sepecial All Rnfob2
Special Sstluetwn ;j?. Winter -Uj
Special on Outing Night Gowns, Pajamas
YOU CAN DO NO HKllEK ANYWHERE ELSE
W. G, Hamilton. Go. Co,
HigjV, -JjdkZ. ...jflaruL
Tailored Brassieres Needed for
The trim outlines of some of
the new little basque frocks re
quire a surface absolutely smooth
8 A number of new brassieres
adapted to this purpose are now
f Our corserieres will be glad
ro fit them for you.
Six miles east of llluo Hill, Sunday,
there occurcd what might, might have
! been it very serious accident, to Attor-
Jney Monday uml K. P. Mcttiide, only
0(oniiint8 of Mr. Miiiiiliry'rt Inilck six
iik it slipped off tutu the slils- ditch
they vi r itrsccmHiii! i hill Mr. Mc
ltrlil escaped unhijiULil and Monday
sustained hcvoral frucMired rihs and u
biolon collar bone. The Injured man
wis brought home nnd is getting along
nio-lv nl litis lime.
Sixty-One Years of
Fremont, Neb , Feb. 27. 'Probably
the longest-married couple in this part
of the state Is Mr ttnd Mrs. James K.
Chancy, who this week celebrated
their sixty. first wedding anniversary
at their home in I'Yemnnt. They were
married in January, 180'.!, near Hum
burg, In. For miuiy years, th-y re
sided near Hamburu, but In 1877 they
moved to Jewell county, Kansas, nnd
later they located at Suputior, Neb.,
and still later at Ke'tl Clottd. They
cume-Xrom the latter place to Kruiuum
about two j ears ago.
At lite lime of their marriage Mr.
(Jlianey was 10 years of ago and bin
bride 10. Uoth are still enj ying good
health and Mth. Channy do'-s her own
housework. Lincoln Star. ,.
Miss Alma Wilson
Weds Howard Hunt
Suiidu) , .laiiiM' j., at '1 ii link
Iti'-tiee of the lVae V . T Cud.ly prn
iionnccd tin onlh ulih-h imlted In
uiaiTbige ams Alma iMiZuJ'ctl) v tlwiii
and llo. Mini j. Muni 'J'he l)i'nl in
the cliai inin iiHiiji'iter of Mr. ami Mi
J C. Wilson Tiii-iritiotn 1 a bwhltteoh
Hutu of ll'd Cloud, Xeb.
Mi-. Shim w i Nun, selioul mistresh at
Milli t, mill -ilhier i(,Uie liride, ia her
only attendant while th" ci'ooiu was
supported by (Scorta l'e'tigiew, us-
.ilstutt;, post master at (ioldliclil. !'.!
lowing the ceremony the quests sat
d wti to a wedding ditiiier, to which
only a few intimate friends were bid
den. The happy couple left on this
morning's ttatu for Nebraska wheie
they will estatillsh their homo. Tono.
pah Nevada Times.
They arrived in this city the last of
the week and will make their home in
the residence which lie purchased of
his brother, Will The Chief alon
with Howard's many friends wish him
and his brido much joy and happiness.
Hunday School at 10 n. in.
Holy Communion at II n. m.
Vespers at 4:30 p. ui.
Iteinember tho Lenten Season is
comlmz when in rtinemberltur the life.
as ministry, death nnd resurrection of
Jesus Christ, wo ought to examine
ourselves and note whether we have
fjrow'u better spiritually or not.
Red Cloud Well
Bungled by Driller
Hustings should look alive because
of oil developments, A. 0. Hurst of
Wichita. Kan , declared talking to tho
Chnoibcrof Commerce luncheon Mori
"The Sluclrtlr Oil Company, ' he said,
"has let t lie blttKcsl. contract for steel
cverjot in the world. It is for the
Teapot Dome in Wyoming, to Kansas
"HaslltiKs oukIiI to make an effort
to Ket on the line, for It is along pipe
line that refineries will bebul.t."
Mr. Hurst is the man now drilling
for oil at lliidreth,, and is the man
who renor.ed that oil and gas had
been struck at tlie liigi meiuiuipanv s
well at Ued Cloud, but that the .job
had betn huugled.
"I don't ea'ro who tho driller was at
Red Cjind." he said, "lie should haie
been pmifslted. Hen who bungle oil
job like that should lie put nway
they are a menace to society.1'
.Mr. Hurst said he has had M'veiiiern
ye.irs experience with oil we. Is, mid
dt clat'ed that the surface signs i-i-ymul
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that wc have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and' make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
''A saver is a hustler and wo are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer cf this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
nim.UNu )st.Y Tesr
"Tale no iiuut'a word for wlmt yon
hare, got In .-the ground," h kalil,
"The only way ypn ean t-ll is by drill.
."Monday morning," he dtclaioil,
'fgas was pouting out. of tho well t
Ued Cloud, until it smelted like a locomotive."
The speaker deelai e I his ol j. el w as
not to sell stock, for he declared that
the project tit llildieth is already II
uauced. "1 don't my that thete i oil, but 1
will kiv that the surface Indications,
which are all there can be to go by
What Hastings should look alive for,
he proceeded, is to become an oil re
fining center if oil should he struck
anywbero in the region.
YOU WANT TO SEE
That Wonderfully Thrilling, Entertaining and Spectacular
lO.REEL SUPER SPECIAL
At Bcsso Auditorium
SUNDAY, FEB. 4 MONDAY, FEB. 5
FIRST SHOW BEGINS AT 7:30 P. M.
This picture is one of the screen sensations
o! the year, with its grandois presentation ol
Ancient Rome and Nero the great tyrant of all
It is historically correct and the burning of
Rome is startling in it's realism.
ALSO FOX NEWS. DON'T MISS IT,
40c - 20c TAX INCLUDED
J. W. Corbctt Laid to Rest
John W Corbctt, who had been in
poor health for the past year, passed
away at his home in this city last
Thursday afternoon after an illness of
two weeks duration Bo was born in
Springfield, Illinois, on February 25,
1860, and was nged G2 years and 11
In 1881 he was united in marriage to
Lydia Debart of Arthur, Illinois. Two
children were- born to this union, Fred
Corbett, living southwest of this city,
nnd Mrs Dora Stnrr of Brush, Colo.
He moved from Arthur, Illinois, to
Jewell county, Kansas, in the year
1895, and afterwards moved to Red
Cloud wiiere he worked in tho mill
west of town. In 1889 ho moved to
Amboy and later to Smith county,
In 1000 he again moved to this city
where ho entered the government ser
vice, as rural mail currier, and sorved
the patrons on his route faithfully tin.
til his reccut illness.
Several years ago ho united with the
Mt. Hope Methodist church and in
1011 together with his wife they trans
ferred their membership to the Metho
dist church of Red Uloud. He lived a
christian life and pussed nway believ
ing that his siittl would be well taken
euro of by his Master.
Uosidcs the wife, sou and daughter,
two brothers and two sisters are loft
to mourn his demise.
The funeral services
the Metlndist church,
wiwim air mm tn vi i"i r- t "1i.
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
"Railroad facilities here are excel
lent for this city to becomo an oil
metropolis In the region,
'The thing is worth while," Mr.
Hurst urged. "Cities like this have
leaped to a population of 100,000 in a
year, wheu they hadn't dreamed of it.
"Back lu 1014, bankers and mer
chants laughed at tbe idea of there
being qIL near Wichita. Yet they, were
on top of the richest of the iiche.it oil
field in tbe state."
"Almost tho most amazing things- in
industry," Mr. Hurst went on "has
been the development of oil The
scouts of the nation arc now scouring
tho globe for oil.
"Yet the first, oil well was drilled In
Rumania in 1857. Two years later the
second was drilled In Pennsylvania
"For years they didn't know what
gasoline was for. They were after
kerosene and poured gasoline into the
rivers until the cities along those
streams made them quit it because
they were killing the tlsh.
OPENING OF NEW
OnowTii oi' Gasoline.
"It was not long ugo that the intern
al cotubuution eugliio was invented,
and that. caused gasoline to come to its
own as a motive power. Its use is
'constantly increasing, hut Us produc
i tlou is II i.itod to about two million
barrels a day
"If theru is another war it will bo a
war for petroleum,
worn Held iit "Hustings should lie allvo to ol), and
Sundiiv lifter, give Its support, If not financial, then
We have leased tbe StrobI resi
dence on Wesf Fourth Avenue,
and have refited and converted
the same into' a
MODERN FUNERAL HOME
Are Licensed In
NEBRASKA & KANSAS
Calls Answered Promptly
DAY OR NIGHT
SCHAAF & TURNER
Bell BO Phones Ind. 120x
.Mrs. N. ,11. Wagoner went to Hast
ItigH Tuesday nrrntng to spend n
couple of days visiting with her 1ms-
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log to see whether this region has oil w'" "
or notr-Tuesdays Hastings Tribune, pit il iccovering from f.n operation.
whhih Interim-ut was made in the
Word lias been received horo by Mr.
and Mrs. A. Clark, of tho arrival of
a bnby girl at tho home of their son,
I?c.t, at McCook the latter part of
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