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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1901)
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We were with \ou dur
ing the plow season and 5>>o
desire to thank our cus
tomers one and all for their i^J
very liberal patronage, and
we want to say to you
. ' Sj2
that we will be with you *£*>
during the coming grain jj&j
and hay harvest with a
full^line of the—
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BINDERS, MOWERS, CORN HARVESTERS, P
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lO WEEKS trial subscript’n IOc
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, FARMER
It contains a number of special articles each week by the most compe
tent 'specialists iu every branch of agriculture; departments devoted to
live stock, crops, the dairy, poulty yard, the orchard and garpen, farm
machinery, veterinary topics, irrigation and the markets.
The farmer’s wife, too, has her share of space, with recipes and sug
gestions on cookery, dressmaking, fancy work, care of flowers and matters
particularly pleasing to her, while the children have a department edited
for them exclusively. Four or five pages are devoted to a complete review
of the news of the week, covering happenings at homo and abroad, and
news in particular interesting to the great farming west. Then, too, are
the stories, choice poetry and humor and all the good things that one likes
to read after the lamps are lighted and the day’s work is done.
An ideal Agricultural \ per
and Family Weekly j year.
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IN T1IE DISTRICT COURT OF HOLT
COHN l Y, NEBRASKA.
George \V. liackhaus, Plaintiff,
Peter Johnson, C. II. Toncray, Emma H.
Toncray, J. JL. Ransom, H. N. McKee, and
Mrs. H. N. McKee, llrst and full name un
NOTICE TO NON \ ESI DENT DEFENDANTS
To Peter Johnson, C. H. Toncray, Emma It.
Toncray, J. L. Ransom, 11. N. McKee and
Mrs. 11. N. McKee, llrst and full name un
known: You and each of you will take
notice that on the 7th day of August, liMH,
the above named plaintiff filed his petition
in the district court of Holt county, Ne
braska, against you, the object and prayer
of which arc to foreclose a certain mortgage
made and executed by Peter Johnson, bear
ing date August 15, 1887, securing a note for
HOOD, and made payable to C. 11. Toncray,
upon the following described real estate
situated in Holt county, Nebraska, towlt:
The northwest quarter of section four (4),
In township twont -seven (27) north, of range
tifteen (15) west of the 0th P. IM. Said mortg
age was duly recorded in the office of the
county clerk of said county oil the 22d day of
i August, 18b7, and recorded in book number
28 at page 018. Said note bo secured was
duo and payable on the tlrst day of August,
i 1802, ami draws interest at the rate
of 7 per cent from date. Plaintiff alleges
that he is the owner of said note and mortg
age, and that there Is now due thereon the
sum of $1,080 with interest from this date at
the rate of 7 per cent. Plaintiff prays for a
decree in which the above named defendants
be required to pay the amount found due, or
that said premises may be sold to satisfy the
same, and for other equitable relief.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the lOlli day of September, A. i>.
Dated this 7th day of August, IDOL
0-4 M G ROUGE W. UACKHAUS,
STATE OF NEBRASKA, I CQ
HOLT COUNTY. fss
IN THE DISTRICT OUKT THEREOF, OF
THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
James N. Clarke, receiver of Nebraska Loan
and Trust company, plaintiff,
Ella M. Stewart, Alexander T. Hart, —
Hart Ins wife, llrst name to plaintiff un
NOTICE OF SUIT.
The above named defendant, Ella M. Stew
art, is hereby notified that the above named
plaintiff lias tiled in the above named court
ins petition against her and the defendant
Alexander T, llart, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a mortgage of $8Ut), due
March l, 18U7, with ten per cent interest from
said date, on the northwest quarter of sec
tion three (3), township thirty (80) north and
range fifteen (15) west of the Sixth P. M.,
olt county, Nebraska.
Said defendant is further notified that she
Is required to appear and answer said peti
tion i'i» or before Monday, the 28d of Septem
ber, lDul. JAMES N. CL yRKE,
Receiver of Nebraska Loan and Trust
By U. it. Dickson and John M, Ragan, his
Jaiues R Moorman, Eli S Moorman and
Moorman Brothers, defendants, will take
notice that on tne 20th day of August, 1901,
lleorge F. Schmid, plaintiff, tiled his petition
and atlldovit in attachment, in tire District
,ourt of Holt county, Nebraska; against
you, allcgelng thrt you and eacli of you ' are
mdbeted to tho plaintiff in the sum of $15,153
20 on a judgment rendered against you in
liisf ivoi- in the Court of Common Pleas of
Wyofidot county, Ohio, on or about the 3d
day of June, 1901. That an order of attach
ment for tire sum and amount, last loresaid
was Issued out of the said Distiijt Court in
said cause and the sheriff of said llolt. county
as levied the same upon, and attached tlie
southwest, quarter of section- two (2), town
ship twenty-eight (28), north, range titteon
15), west, in said Holt county, as the pro
perty of the said defendant Janies R. Moor
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 14th day of October. 1901.
Dated Vugust 31,1901,
(leorge F. Schmid. Plaintiff,
By R. U. Dickson and J. L. lvaley, his
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at O’Neill, Nebraska.
Aug. 13, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named sett ler has tiled notice ot his inten
tion to make final proof in support of liis
iaim, and mat said proof will be made be
fore register and receiver at O'Neill, Neb., on
October 10, 1901, viz:
Mary Bl I.l.iS, formerly Hills heir of Charles
I) Hills, dte -a^od, H. E. No. 14023, for the
SWki see 8, twp 32 north, range 12 west.
He names the following witnesses tp prove
liis continuous rt-^idtuico upon and cultiva
tion of said laud, viz:
C irist CbristemKiu of Phoenix, Neb., Slier
ry Leslie and Clause Storeiohatin of Turner,
Neb., and John 11 Richard-of Verdel, Neb.
®i-Gup 2$. J. WE EKES, Register.
State of Nebraska i In the District Court
>SS Thereof of 15th Ju
Hoit County j dicial District.
NOTICE OF SUIT.
County of Holt, Plaintiff,
Alice Gilbert,-Gilbert, her husband,
first name to plaintiff unknown, Nebraska
Loan cS: Trust Company, and Minnie
The above named defendant Elise M.
Gilbert, minor child of Alice Gilbert deceas
ed is hereby notified that the Nebraska
Loan & Trust Company and James N. Clark,
Receiver thereof, defendants, to the above
entitled action have in said action filed an
answer on cross petition the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a mortage of
¥1.000, due April 1st, 1893, with ten per cent.
Interest on said mortgage from October 1st,
1890, against the southwest quarter of sec
tion eight (8) township thirty-one (31) north
and range fourteen (14) we»t ot' the 6th P. M.
The said Klise M. Gilbert is further notified
that she is required to appear and answer
said petition on or before Monday th*) 21st
day of October. 1901.
Nebraska Loan and Trust company,
.lames N. Clark, Receiver Thereof.
By It. It. Dickson and John M. Kagan, their
By virtue of an order of sale, directed to
me from the clerk of the disirict court of
Holt county. Nebraska, on a decree obtain
ed before the district court of Hob county,
Nebraska. on the 23rd day f
August, 1901, in favor of the Countv of Holt,
as plaintiff and against Charles E. Sudrigson,
Jane Sudrigson,real name uudnown, William
D. Mathews. Smith Bros. Loan & Trust
company, a corporation and the unknown
owners of the south-west quarter of section
23, township 31 .north of range 13, west of the
6th p. m.. in llolt county. Nebraska, as
defendants for the sum of one hundred
t.went.y-seven dollars and seven cents,($127.07)
as a first lien against said premises and a
decree for $841.66 obtained by Smith Bros.
Loan & Trust company, as a second lien
against said premises, and costs taxed at
$53.68 and accruing costs, 1 have lieved upon
the following Real Estate taken as the
porperty of said defendants, to satisfy said
order of of sale, to-wit:
The north-east quarter of ♦he south-west
quarter, the north-west quarter of the south
west quarter, the south-west quarter of the
south-west quarter and the south-east
quarter of the south-west quarter of section
twenty-three (23), in township thirty one (31),
north of range thrteen (13), west of the 6th
Principal Merridlan, in Holt county, Ne
Said laud will be sold in separate tracts as
Andwill offer the same for sale to the highest
bidder, for cash in hand, on the 2lst day of
October A. i>. 1901, in front of the Court
House In O’Neill, Holt county, Nebraska,
that being the building wherein the last
term of Court was held, a the hour of 10
o’clock a. in. of said day, when and where
duo attendance will be given by the under
Dated at O’Neill, Nebraska, this 17th day
.John M. Stewart.
12-4 Sheriff of said County
SECRET OF HAPPINESS.
Eludooil, Love nnd Common Sense In
Happiness in married life is to be
gained, just as enduring happiness in
any other phase of existence on earth
is to be found—by the use of the old
fashioned virtues of unselfishness,
consideration for others, politeness and
kindness, all based on love and capped
by common sense. Like the old recipe
for cooking the hare, which begins,
“first catch your hare,” a happy mar
riage for a woman begins with “first
select a man.” Not an ideal-made se
raph—not an ossified brain, not a mere
animal, but a man capable of loving
and appreciating a woman’s love. Of
course, he will be more or less selfish.
That is the way parents rear their
sons to be. It is your task to bear
with his selfishness at firs: until you
can tactfully teach him how beautiful
is thoughtfulness for others, and in a
very sweet but very dignified way show
him that you expect the same treat
ment you give, says Ella Wheeler Wil
cox in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
In the mean time, you must recollect
that a husband can always, at every
approach, be the prince charming to
anchor the enchanted princess with his
first kiss if he is skilled enough in
love's arts and refined enough to wish
to keep the interesting role. And in
all love’s ways man is much given to
following woman’s lead. If you have
no independent income of your own,
have an understanding in your honey
moon with regard to money matters.
Ask for an allowance to be set apart
for your use, in order that no humiliat
ing and indelicate discussions need
ever occur between you on this sub
ject. Then study to be economical and
thrifty—and wise in your use of your
allowance. Love, sense and patience.
Those are the three important ele
ments necessary to happiness in mar
Cooing Couple Embarvascd Policeman at
Milwaukee I.iut Winter'.
She was a fluffy-liaired little vixen,
whose cheeks had been pinched by
Jack Frost until they were as crim
son as the sunny side of a full-ripe
peach. Her pretty face was half hid
den away in a wilderness of gray fur
and her graceful form enveloped In a
tailor-made gown and a cloak of light
colored material. Deside her stood a
youth in sable top coat which hung
on his lank body like a letter “A” with
the apex clipped off, his head crowned
■with a silk hat. He was ‘‘just awfully
awful nice.” In his gloved hand he held
a package of sugar plums, and as ha
daintily seized one of them between
thumb and finger and poised It in the
ambient air, he tenderly articulated:
“Does deary want anozzer?” “That’s
its most precious wish!” Then the
pretty lips were puckered above the
fur collar into a delicate little funnel.
The dainty gloved finger and thumb
poised the sugar plum above and let it
drop into the receptacle. The tall and
stately policeman blushed and struck
the iron post with his club. Then half
a dozen newsboys missed a full note
in their song, “All about the great
fire!” and the crowd awaiting the
street cars at West Water street and
Grand avenue broke the awe-enforced
silence of the moment with a round of
rippling laughter. Then the man in
the sable overcoat and the little maid
en in fur collar boarded a Waukesha
car, and as they stepped on the plat
form a fev; grains<of rice sifted out of
the furs and were lost in the snow.—
A Degree for Gov. Odell.
Governor Odell of New York has re
ceived the honorary degree of LL. D.
from the Syracuse university. He is
the first chief executive to be thus
honored by this institution.
Great Acreage !n Cotton.
Last year the area in ccxton was the
biggest on record, being 23,805,629
bales, and it was an increase from be
tween sixteen and seventeen million
teres fifteen years ago.
Bakery and Restaurant
Removed lo first door nrth Bowling Alley
Bread, Cakes, Pies
wi and all kinds of Bakery
HOT MEALS & LUNCHES
C£T ft- O © Served
W ¥ ^ 1 f£irf 5>any style
Office iu the Judge RobertB building, north
of O. O. Suvder'e lumber yard,
O NKILL NEB.
££ R. DICKSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Reference First National Bank
The Frontier The Frontier
The Frontier The Frontier
Address, Page, Neb
JQR. P. J. FLYNN
PHYCIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Corrigan’s, first door to right
Night calls promptly attended.
Wm. Sardeson, V.S.
In O’Neill Tuesdays and
Saturdays of each week.
Can be found at the Drug Stores.
J)R. G. M. BERRY,
DENTIST AND ORAL SURGEON
Graduate of Northwestern University,
Chicago, and also of
American College of Dental Surgeory.
All the latest and Improved branches of
Dentistry carefully performed.
M. P. KINKAID
Office over Elkhorn Valley Bank.
J. J. KIMGr
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY
Office opposite U. S. land office
J^R. J. P. GILL1GAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Holt County Bank building
Orders left at our drug store or at my
residence first street north and half
block east of stand pipe will receive
prompt response, as I have telephone
O’NEILL, - NEB.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
SE^ Sec 9, 29, 9 in
MARTIN BROS. & CO
SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
FRED ANDERSON. - Proprietor
Headquarters for farmers of Boyd and
Holt counties stopping in O’Neill. Good
beds, good meals and right rates.
SPECIAL BARGAIN IN
Two carloads to sell to uiHke room for
feedr I am making some special bar
gains. All lirst class flour. It will pav
you to see what I have. Oil meal for
REPAIRED & GUARANTEED
W. M LOCKARI)
AVith GILLIGAN <fc STOUT I
I with your name
printed on them
The cheapest way to buy for K
those wanting small quantities i|
<H?e Frontier. :j
Purchase Tickets and Consign you
Freight via the
F. F. & M. V. and S. C.& F
Passenger east. No. 4. 9:57 a. m
Freight east. No. 24, 12:01 p. it
Freight east, No. 28, 2:35 p. m.
Passenger west. No. 3, 10:00 p. m
Freight west, No. 27, 9:15 p. m
RVotnrtit TJo, 23 Loral 2:35 P. M.
E. R. Adams, Agent,
Only First-class Hotel
In the City
W. T. EVANS, Prop
if A. B. NEWELL j
j REAL ESTATE
| O’NEILL, NEBRASKA j
Selling and leasing farms and ranches
Taxes paid and lands inspected for non
residents. Parties desiring to buy or
rent land owned by non-residents give
me a call, will look up the owners and
procure the laud for you.
Abstracts of Title
ONLY COMPLETE SET OF AB
STRACT BOOKs IN BOLT COUNTY
O’NKILL, N Kit
Eve, ear, nose and Throat
Spectacles correctly fitted and Supplied.
| C. !_. BRIGHT j
| REAL ESTATE AND IN- j
j SURANCE. \
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Choice ranches, farms and town
J lots for sale cheap and on easy
* terms All kinds of land busf
► ness promptly utterded to. $
Ii presents some of the best
Insurance companies doing bus «
; iness in Nebraska. <
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