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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1922)
1>. H. CRONIN. Publisher.
‘V. C. TEMPLETON,
Editor and Business Manager.
Entered at the post office at O’Neill,
Nebraska, as second-class matter.
MORE LOCAL MATTERS.
Alex McConnell, of near Emmet, is
on the sick list.
Miss Loretta Sullivan visited friends
in Neligh over Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Minnie Chase is quite sick at
her home on the Fred Richter place at
Mr. and Mrs. James F. O’Donnell
were early morning passengers for
Simon Simonson nas noon connneu
to his home this week with nn attack
of the grippe.
Mrs. Emily llornberger, of Lincoln,
is in O’Neill this week in the interest
of Welfare Work.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. O’Connell
spent Thanksgiving at the T. F. Nolan
home in Bassett.
The country schools are nearly all
observing Educational W'eek with pro
grams and Especial work.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Richardson, Friday, at the L.
W. Arnold home in this city.
E. F. Porter went to Omaha last
Sunday to attend a meeting of the
county clerks and supervisors of the
Educational Week is being observed
at St. Mary’s Academy this week with
a different program each day at 2:30
Ernest, the seven year old son of
Julius Eppenbaugh, fell and broke an
arm, while playing, on Tuesday of
Asberry Clevinger received a badly
bruised foot last Friday when a bridge
timber fell on it while at work with
the bridge gang near Orchard.
Mrs. C. P. Conger, of Inman, came
Wednesday evening to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Joe Fesler, who is quite
i! at her home northeast of O’Neill.
Mrs. J. J. Harrington returned
about two weeks ago from a six weeks
visit with her daughter, Miss Helen,
who is teaching scriool in Chicago.
Mrs. Harrington also visited a few
days with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Daly, at Lincoln.
Roy and Dick Wilson came down
from Johnstown Tuesday for a short
visit with their uncle, H. W. Tomlin
son in this city and with relatives at
WTiile scuffling with some boys
Thanksgiving day Edward Hancock
fell and sustained a broken left arm in
the same place in which it was broken
during the fair in September.
Mrs. Eckles, who has been here for
several weeks visiting with her
duughter Miss Stella, principal at the
public school, returned to her home
at Hyannis, Nebr., last week.
Mrs. Magnusson is quite sick at her
home on the Wheeler County line.
Mrs. Magnusson was one of the early
settlers of the county being on their
homestead about forty years ago.
The Woman’s Working society of
the Presbyterian church will open
their bazaar and food sale at 2:30, at
the Golden dining room Saturday
afternoon. Candies, grab-bag, food
exchange and all kinds of fancy work.
Attorney W. J. Hammond and family
went to Omaha the first of the week
where the faily will visit for a few
days at the home of Mrs. ILammand’s
sister, Mrs. Lawrence Duffy, while W.
J. looks after business matters atCres
J. Lee Boyer, traveling salesman for
the Western Paper Comlpany, was
listed among those injured in the
wreck on the Wabash six miles west
of Shanandoah, Iowa, Monday evening,
when the passenger train went in the
ditch. No one was reported seriously
The Ladies Aid society of the Pres
byterian church met at the home of
Mrs. Longstaff last Tuesday. At the
election of officers Mrs. C. R. Pettijohn
was elected president, Mrs. H. H. Ilaff
ner, vice-president, Mrs. D. H.
Clauson, secretary, and Mrs. H. E.
James McPharlin, Jr., Pat McDer
mott, Walt McNichols, Ray Hickey,
James Carney, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Ryan and son Clement and Ed. Dono
hoe drove over to Gregory, South Da
kota, last Sunday where the gentle
men attended a class initiation of
Knights of Columbus, while Mrs.
Ryan visited with friends.
As a proof that people read adver
tisements we might mention that one
day last week when the Royal theatre
first displayed “The Storm” advertis
ing W. C. Grant from over Dorsey
way read it and at once phoned home
and instructed the home-folks to get
in the stock and get ready for the
coming blizzard. We always contend
ed that it pays to advertise.
At a meeting of the American Le
gion held Wednesday evening the fol
lowing officers were elected: Com
mander, C. W. Conklin; Vice Com
manders, Carl Widtfeldt and C. W.
Porter; Executive Committee, H. J.
Birmingham, Wm. Hershiser, Paul
Beha, P. B. Harty, John Lanswortli.:
George Harrington was elected Ath
letic Manager and has already begun
the assembling of a basket ball team
which will function during the coming
j winter months.
; PUREBRED ROSE COMB WHITE
Wyandotte Cockerels, $2.00.—Mrs.
i L. E. Barrett, O’Neill, Nebraska, Box
1122. 27-3 p
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
The winter term of the district
couYt of Holt county convened Monday
morning with Judge R. R. Dickson pre
The following cases have been be
fore the court so far this week:
State of Nebraska vs. Richard Es
tes. Charged with embezeling cattle
hides while employed on the Lee &
Prentice ranch. Instructed verdict
J. H. Simpson vs. Austin L. Fluckey,
both of Chambers. Suit on sale of
land. Verdict for defendant.
Harvey Shaw vs. Lewis Lefler. Suit
on Account. Judgment for 'plaintiff.
N. D. Hansen vs. Paul Schroeder
and Bazelman Lbr. Co. Replevin.
Taken away from the jury. Judge
found for plaintiff.
Charles Albrecht better known as
“Iron Mike” plead guilty to illegal
possession of mash and received a
sentence of thirty days in jail and a
fine of $500.00.
Ed Gunn was arraigned on a cherge
of burglary. Plead not guilty. No
trial at this time,
Mose Campbell vs. C. & N. W. R.
Ry. Co., now on trial.
The jury has been dismissed today
for the remainder of the term.
MRS. LAWRENCE. . '
Mrs. Jane Bigger Lawrence was
horn November 27, 1837, near Bovina,'
Delaware county, New York, and died
November 21, 1922, in Ewing, at the'
home of her son, T. H. Lawrence.
She was married on March 17th,
1870, to Mr. Andrew Lawrence. After
living for some years in Iowa and
Missouri, they moved to Ewing, where
Mrs. Lawrence spent the remainder
of her life. She made her home with
THAT WILL PLEASE
Buy Hardware and Furniture for Ch istmas presents
this year. More useful presents in a Hardware
and Furniture Store than all the rest together.
. ' t " " "*" ' . mmi mi .. .1,1
We have New Edison Pho
nographs at $60, $75, $100,
$145, $200, $245 and $295.
WASHERS, IRONS, ETC.
White Sewing Machines
and Electric White Sewing
Machines, Maytag Washers
in Cylinder type and Wood
tub and Swing ringers; Elec
tric Irons; Copper-Clad
FOR THE HOME
SILVER PLATED WARE
PYREX BAKING DISHES
OF ALL KINDS
WHITE INSIDE AND
RIFLES, AIR RIFLES
FOR’ THE LITTLE FOLKS
We also have things for
the little folks:
CARTS , ~
ICE & ROLLER SKATES
WARNER & SONS, O’Neill
Only Two More Weeks Until Christmas
As usual we have a full line of Christmas goods.
The one thing that we are boasting of is our line of dolls, and at such low
prices. To know what those dolls are you must see them.
We have frictiorf toys of all kinds. Toys that walk but cannot talk.
Books for the boys and girls as well as the grown-ups.
See those Shoofiy cars.
We have too many articles in the store to try and mention all of them so
come to the store and see them for yourself and get our prices.
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Abbott’s Variety Store
her son after her husband’s death.
She joined the church at an early
ape and was a member of the Ewing
United Presbyterian Church since the
time of its organization. Mrs. Law
rence leaves, besides her son, a
brother, Andrew Bigger, of Andes,
jThe funeral services were conducted
by Rev. John B. Porter, pastor of the
Ewing United Presbyterian church.
The services were held at the home
and interment was made in the Elk
horn Valley cemetery beside the grave
of her deceased husband.
f PLEASANT VALLEY.
P. A. Grass is baling hay this week.
Miss Mabel Hill spent Thanksgiving
with friends in Dorsey.
Miss Katherin Grass has been quite
sick the past week, with tonsilitis.
C. A. Grass and family were Sun
day visitors at the R. A. Sarchett
home in Page.
Glen Paterson, of Ewing, was visit
ing his uncles, Clyde and Deen Street
er last week.
Claude Hamilton spent the latter
part of last week with his mother,
Mrs. Cora Hamilon, in O’Neill.
Roy Stewart and August Ganskow
bought out the butcher shop in Page
and took possession December 1st.
Clarence Jud^ Anton SoukUp, Clyde '
Streeter and family, Deen Streeter
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Murray
and daughter Winifred, spent Thanks
giving at the Stanley Soukup home.
Mrs. D. Bowen returned last week
from Omaha greatly improved from
Earl and Leslie Summers went to
Creighton Thanksgiving day, partly
on business and the balance pleasure.
Leer Hanks accompanied them.
Lack of care is holding the hay on
Mrs. M. A. Summers and grandson,
visited with her daughter four days
last week, near Opportunity. While
she was there Dr. Gill was called to
treat a bad case of tonsilitis for the
little Siders girl.
Most all of Cream Ridge is shelling
Forest West is home from Douglas,
Wyoming. But not for a rest cure as
he is repairing his old sheller and is
going to shell. Forest is an energetic
(Continued from last week.)
NW% NE%” Section 11, Township 31,
Range 9” “15% acres.” That claimant
is unable to locate any description of
any kind covering these tax sale cer
tificates and is unable to bring any
legal action thereon against any tract
of land and under the heading of the
Supreme Court of Nebraska in John
son County vs. Tierney 76 N. W. 1090
the taxes assessed are absolutely void,
rhe State of Nebraska, Holt County,
W. J. Hammond, first being duly
sworn, deposes and saith that he is the
attorney for thf. above named claim
ant, the the several items mentioned
in the foregoing account are just and
true; that the goods or services were
furnished as herein charged, and that
Jae amount claimed is due and unpaid
after allowing all just credits.
W. J. HAMMOND.
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
“Home of Good Pictures”
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THE BIGGEST PICTURE OF THE
With HOUSE PETERS, MATT
MOORE, VIRGINIA VALLI
-SUNDAY & MONDAY
CLAIR WINSOR in
“WHAT DO MEN WANT?”
A story that strikes deep into the
heart of every wife, husband, sweet
heart, mother, father, son and
. 2-Reel Comedy
-TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
MARY PICKFORD in
“THROUGH THE BACK DOOR”
Tuesday Matinee at 4 p. m. for all
- THURSDAY & FRIDAY -
COLLEEN MOORE in
“WHEN DAWN CAME”
SEVEN REEL SPECIAL
The Frontier for Sale Bills.
■ After making several payments 9
1 on good piano party returns it in 9
1 perfect condition. You can pay me 9
I the unpaid balance and take it. 9
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9 Douglas St., Omaha, Nebr 9
W. B. GRAVES, Jeweler
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