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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1922)
"TMtrnr, Jimmy, foster/
roe know mother soH
there won’t be any
breakfast till we bring
the Kellogg’s Corn
Compare flavor and crispness f
Corn Flukes you ever ate!
Takes the rough edges off hopping out of the covers
these snappy mornings just thinking about that lust/
bowl of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes waiting down-stair !
Big and brown and crispy-crunchy flakes—a revelation,
in appetizing flavor, wonderful in wholesome goodne/s—■
the most delicious cereal you ever tasted!
Instantly you like Kellogg’s, not only because of r - •
pealing flavor, but because Kellogg’s are not “leathery’ l
Kellogg’s are a delight to eat, as the little folks a& wed
as the big ones will tell you! And Kellogg’s ought to 1 j
best—they’re the original Corn Flakes! You have only
-to make comparison to quickly realize
how perfect they are!
O fSSSjtf KELLOGG’S Cofn Flakes for to
Ht! * * . morrow morning’s spread! They get
8&a T0A51EU the day started right! Insist upon
Hr? ^Aplj KELLOGG’S Corn Flakes in tho
« RED and GREEN package—the kind
SJ FLAKED that are not leathery!
CO IN FLAKES
AU» makers of KELLOGG’S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG’S BRAN, cookid and fe.-r-'UJ
this 27th dav of October, 1922.
E. F. PORTER, County Clerk.
(Se»l) B. T WINCHELL, Deputy.
On motion same was granted and
clerk ordered to write a refund war
rant for the amount asked, and have
tax sale certificates cancelled.
At 5 o’clock p .m., on mm ion board
adjourned until November 2, 1922, at
9 o’clock a. m.
W. T. BAYES, Chairman.
E. F. PORTER, Clerk.
O’Neill, Neb., Nov. 2,1922, 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present. Board called to
rder by chairman.
Devoted the forenoon to auditing
At 12 o’clock noon, on motion board
adjourned until I o’clock r>. m.
W. T. HAYES, Chairman.
E. F. PORTER, Clerk.
O’Neill, Neb., Nov. 2,' 1922, 1 p. m.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment All members present. Called to
order by chairman.
The following claims were audited
and on separate motion allowed on the!
Road Dragging fund:
Richard Moon .. $ 36.50
Richard Moon . 37.70
The following claim was allowed on
he Prairie Dog fund:
ioc Calloway . $212.89
The following claims were audited
nd on separate motion allowed on
ii Farner, Mdse for poor,
Searles . $ 20.01
B. Farner, Mdse for poor,
B Farner, Mdse for poor,
Searls . 20.00
J. T. Bauman, Mdse, for poor,
Osbornes . 22.37
J. I. Gray, Mdse, for poor,
Wakeman . 22.61
Ben J. Grady, Mdse, for poor,
Munshower . 12.69
Ben J. Gradv, Mdse, for poor,
Wyant .. 48.79
Ben J. Crady, Mdse, for poor,
Springer . 97.05
(Wilson Drug Co., Mdse, for poor,
for Hakes and paint. 6.90
J. M. Hunter, Salary 3rd Qr.
and Expenses .186.97
Harry Bowen, Oct. salary . 110.00
Peter W. Duffy Oct. salary
and expense . 185.25
Anna Donohoe, Oct. salary .... 158.33
Grace Joyce, Oet. salary . 80.00
B. T. Winchell, Oct. salary. 104.17
Berthe Weyeneth, Oct. salary 80.00
Opal Ashley, Oct. salary . 80.00
Loretta Sullivan Oct. salary 70.00
Gib McCreath, Oct. salary .... 156.00
Holt Co. Farm Bureau,
October expenses . 255.3?
Winnie Shaughnesy, Oct. salary 80.00
C. C. Bergstrom, Oct. salary
and expenses . 237.58
Lewis Chapman, official exp. 31.20
E. F. Porter, Oct. salary . 166.66
Peter W. Duffy, official exp. 51.28
E. F. Porter, stamps as fees... 6.65
E. F. Porter, freight and exp. 9.88
T. F. Mathews, assisting
surveyor . 3.00
C. L. Harding, setting window
glass ... 2.560
Seth Noble, Coal, oil, etc. 534.60
Hanford Produce Co., lights
attorney’s office . 1.88
Hanford Produce Co.,
lights court house, etc Sept. 29.90
Hanford Produce Co.
lights court house, etc., Sept 26.65
C. J. Malone, postage and box
rent .. 4.25
C. J. Malone, fees, state
cases . 42.85
Hylas Farrier, sitting up with
Glampe corpse.r.. 6.00
Donald Gallagher, trying state
cases at Atkinson . 10.50
T. S. lloche, assessor ser.vices.. 100.00
J. S. Jackson, printing . 74.84
D. H. Cronin, printing . 160.80
P. H. Cronin, 'printing . 223.43
J. S. Jackson, printing . 93.80
D. H. Cronin, printing . 287.95
Chambers Sun, printing . 46.50
Geo. A. Miles, printing . 123.05
R. B. Crellin, printing . 18.33
W. N. Coats, printing ...*.. 45.40
W. N. Coats, printing . 20.85
Garry Benson, printing .. 60.00
The Frontier, printing . 1313.71
The Frontier, printing . 189.91
The Frontier, printing . 561.97
. W. Bell Tel Co. service and
tolls . 55.86
N. W. Bell Tel Co. service and
tolls ..-.. 55.31
SOMETIMES, especially in such a kindly season
as Christmas always is, you probably reflect in
mingled wonder and gratefulness upon the girl
who cast her iot with yours. Even as you read
this she is perhaps moving about the familiar
rooms, carrying on the work that to her is not
work because it is inspired by love.
If you are fair, you have a sense of the great
treasure that is yours in her day-long and life-long
service, in the offering laid so generously upon the
shrine of her affection—her home.
Wouldn’t you like, this Christmas, to give her
something that should speak your thought of her,
and that at the same time could lighten the end
less round of daily labor she so willingly per
Almost any woman will tell you The Hoover is
such a gift.
For The Hoover is more than a means to an
everelean home; it is a way to ease, and leisure,
and enjoyment, for the woman in that home.
It is a helper that electrically beats out from
rug depths all nap-wearing, disease-laden grit,
that sweeps up all surface litter, erects crushed
i freshens colors, and cleans by air.
K does all these things in one easy, rapid dust
les. ;>erations, saving not only labor, but the
rugs s well.
Give the woman who is your wife, or your
mother, a Hoover this Christmas, and you give
her one of the finest gifts a thoughtful man can
IT BEATS. • t As It Sweeps As It Cleans
Hoover Week Dec. 11-16
0. F. Big]in
“I finally had to
have it taken
HpHANKS to “mother and the girls”
many a man has been urged to have
his photograph made. Have jv# had your
picture taken this year?
We specialize in professional photo
graphy of the best—portraits that record
personality, not mere features.
No Portrait h n nrnghtafy unifying u
mu madt h a gufutitnal gbrngrttbar.
O’NEILL PHOTO CO.
N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service and
tolls . 53.41
John F. Johnson, Election claim, 3.00
P. J. Biglin, election claim .... 3.60
(Continued next week.)
’ And one piece of solidly
moulded rubber through
out. That's why it’s sol
idly guaranteed not to
leak —your money back
if it does.
Chas. E. Stout
•‘The Rexa ” Store
Both New And Old
This hank invites the busi
ness of new customers and can
promise them service that sat
ises and co-operation that is
This means new as well as
O’Neill Natiorval Bank
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
This bank carries no indebted
ness of officers or stock holders.
New 1923 Chevrolet
Is Now On Display
Come in and look them over. A great many improvements including
the new rear end and steamline,body; also gas tank on the rear with
Stewart Vacuum system. The best low priced car on the market.
See us for prices and demonstrations.
Menuey Motor'Co., O’Neill
J. M. SEYBOLD, Manager.
TAXPAYERS LEAGUE MEETING.
A meeting of the taxpayers of Holt
Cftunty will he held at the Court
House in O’Neill on Saturday, De
cember 16, 1922, at 2 o’clock p. m.
Committees will be appointed to con
fer with the new County Board and
for other important duties.
Every taxpayer in Holt County in
vited to be present.
S. O. CAMPBELL, Chairman.
JOHN A. ROBERTSON, Secy. 47-2
R YOUR LITTLE DAUGHTER |
i Would be delighted with the fine- 8
toned piano we can sell you. Small 8
weekly payments. Guaranteed 8
quality. Ask us for particulars. 8
A. Hospe Co., Omaha, Nebr. B
The Frontier, only $2.00 per year.
To You Who Are Considering
The Purchase of a New Range We Offer a
First of all, BUY A REAL RANGE.
Don’t economize too closely on the pur
chase price. Economy is not merely
spending the least money, and buying
a range at too low a price in indeed
The additional cost is nothing com
pared with the economy of fuel and
satisfactory service enjoyed through
the ownership of a Great Majestic
The Majestic is the standard of all
ranges. It has the distinction of feed
ing over two million people, civilians
and soldiers—and it’s highly recom
mended by every user.
THE BODY LASTS
The body (a weak spot oft other
ranges) is made of rust-resisting Char
coal Iron—not a catch-word name for
ordinary steel, fused or coated steel,
but a genuine 99% pure Charcoal Iron
product, proven by actual tests to re
sist rust 300% greater than steel.
The oven, rivit-tight, bakers right
always—browns the baking perfectly,
top, bottom and sides, without turn
ing. Eliminates food waste through
evaporation and improper baking.
The non-breakable Mailable Iron,
used in constructing the Majestic per
nuts all joints to be cold-rivited practicall/tiir-tight. No putty used. Results: Long life, perfect bak
ing with little fuel and minimum repair expense.
EASY TO KEEP CLEAN.
All nickeled parts are smooth as glass, no square corners to collect dirt and grease. In fact, the new
design is the most beautiful, symmetrical and easy-to-keep-clean range ever manufactured.
TOP NEEDS NO BLACKING.
The entire cooking top, polished smooth and burnished blue by special process fills a long-felt want
—requires no blacking—just an occasional application of paraffine retains the original beautiful uni
form dark blue color.
AND A LOT OF OTHER FEATURES.
There are a great many other reasons why the Majestic is the least expensive range you can buy, re
gardless of price. Let the Majestic Dealer show you this range, inside and outside, show you the many
little things that will save you money, lighten your work and forever solve your range problem.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION.
Neil P. Brennan
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