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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1922)
Shopping made easy if you call on us.
We have gifis fcr every member of
the family,—yes and for friends too.
Our Christmas stock of jewelry is
unusually large this year, and prices
Come in and see.
Open all day Sunday, Decembes 24th.
W. F. WILLGING
In Reardon’s Drug Store
SALE BILLS—THE BEST AT THE FRONTIER
A New Cream
' Station In O’Neill
.The Harding Cream Company has taken over the building for
merly occupied by the Farm Bureau Station. There is an entirely
GIVE US A TRIAL WITH YOUR CREAM, EGGS AND POULTRY
PHONE 4. HIGHEST PRICES.
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MORE LOCAL MATTERS.
John Gilligan will be home this
evening from the state medical college
Lyle Curtis came home from the
state unirtrsity last Friday to spend
the Christmas vacation.
Miss Mary Fitzsimmons will arrive
home today from Wayne where she is
attending the state normal.
Cyril Souser will drive home from
the state university at Lincoln to
morrow to slpend the Christmas vaca
Miss Clair Biglin is expected home
tomorrow from Mt. Loretta Heights,
Denver, where she is attending col
Miss Helen Harrington, who is
teaching in Chicago, will be home the
latter part of the week for a short
visit during the holidays. '
Miss. Muriam Gilligan and Miss De
maris Stout are expected home this
week frem the state university to
spend the Christmas vacation.
Miss Opal Ashley has been enjoy
ing a two week’s vacation from her
duties in the county clerks office? and
has been visiting with Miss Fern Hub
bard in Lincoln.
Ewing and Clearwater are consider
ing a proposition of getting electric
light service over a high line from
Neligh, which will give them twenty
four hour service.
Mrs. Bert Wattles left for her home
in Hot Springs, South Dakota, last
Saturday night. She has been visiting
here for a short time with her parents,
Mr. an Mrs. M. F. Harrington.
Dan Grady arrived here last Friday
from Wichita Falls, Texas, for a short
visit with O’Neill relatives £nd to look
after his farming interests near Or
chard. He returned home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clauson were in
Inman last Friday visiting with Mr.
Clauson’s mother, Mrs. Ella Klinetobe,
of Des Moines, Iowa, who is visiting
at the home of her mother, Grandma
Mrs. H. J. Reardon was called to
Omaha Tusday by the serious illness
of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Reardon, who
is suffering with pneumonia. Late re
ports state that the sister is slowly
Miss Edward Davidson entertained
at a seven o’clock dinner followed by
cards Saturday evening at the home of
he? mother, Mrs. R. R. Morrison. Miss
Evelyn Stannard won the prize at
bridge: Mrs. M. F. Harrington won the
Mrs. Anna Swain of Rapids City,
South Dakota, visited between trains
Tuesday evening with her nephew and
niece, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Clauson.
Mrs. Swain was on her way home
from Inman where she has been visit
with her mother, Grandma Goree.
Pete Bellar, living southeast of
O’Neill, brought two Indian boys to
town last Friday, that were without
funds and were trying to return to
their home at Kilgore from Lawrence
Kansas, w’here they said they had been
working. There were three of the boys
in the party but one of them ran away
from the others and was not found.
The boys were turned over to the
county attorney who sent them to
their people at Kilgpre. The boys
were aged fifteen and nineteen years.
We have in stock a number of useful and
beautiful presents which you should look
over before you buy a Christmas present.
In the following list you should find a
Hoover Suction f weepers
Bissels Carpet Sweepers Doll Buggies
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
Child’s Rocker Smoker Stands
High Chairs Costumers Rockers
Toy Carpet Sweepers
Tapestry Table Runners
Rugs of Ail Sizes
0. F. Big I in
Music propram of Musical Depart
ment of Woman’s club piven at St.
Mary’s Academy Friday, December 15:
Roll Call -Impressions of Charles
Cadman’s “Shanewis” Review—An
Selections from Opera—Direction of
O’NEILL 52—NEWPORT 11.
The High School basket ball team
defeated the Newport boys 52 to 11 at
the high school gymnasium B'riday
evening. The O’Neill team is better
than ever this year and is in line to i
win a place at the state tournament. I
Newport has a fine bunch of players
and is considered a fast team; they
held the Valentine crack team for a
tie recently, and the contest was de
cided by playing an extra ten minute
neriod during which time Valentine
won. The crowd at the game Friday
was unusually small, due perhaps, to
the extremely cold night. Every lover
of good, clean siport should turn out to
these games and lend the home boys
all the encouragement possible. The
boys will give you your money’s worth
BUSINESS MEN BANQUET
THE BOOT BALL BOYS
The O’Neill business men gave a
three course banquet to the members
of the high school foot ball team at
the Subway Tuesday evening at seven
o'clock. Covers were laid for forty
five. The spacious dining looms was
tastily decorated with the teams colors
which were blue and white.
Attorney Frank Harrington officiat
ed as toastmaster during the program
that followed and very appropriately
introduced the following gentlemen
who ably responded to the subjects as
signed them: Dr. O. K. Tickler. Pro
fessor Suhr, George Stannard, Archie
Faulhaber. Joe Beha, Rahil* Mellor,
Judge R. R. Dickson, Dr. W. F. Finley.
J. B. Mellor and Edward O’Donnell.
NOTES FROM THE NORTHEAST.
(Received late last week.)
Ralph Phillips and Alex Wertz were
in C Neill Saturday on business, re
.urnir.g home Saturday.
Many tons of hay has ar.d will be
she- ' out of Holt county at prices
much more satisfactory than in 1921.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole were Sunday visi
tors at the Wertz home. Mrs. Cole,
who has been ill for some time, is im
Several hay balers are at work on
Antelope Slough, and as it appears at
this date but few tons of hay will be
F. W. Hendrick informs us that he
lost a three-year-old heifer recently,
supposed to have been shot by some
one hunting in his pasture along the
We are informed that the local mar
ket for corn is 65c per bushel. The
farmer is certainly entitled to renum
eration for their products and should
have equality with other industries.
At the Alva Davis farm sale the 8th
inst. stock and other property sold at
satisfactory prices. Mr. Davis has
purchased the restaurant at Page, of
his brother Glen Davis, and will take
possession in the near future.
Work on the James Welch farm resi
dence is progressing, considering win
ter weather. This, when completed,
will be one of the most up to date and
modern farm residences in this part of
the country. Floyd Wertz has the
contract for building.
The weather man gave your corres
pondent the tip that zero weather was
in sight that wild ducks were going
south and flying very high. We are
willing to concede that zero weather
is here, but am seriously in doubt as
to the infallibility of the sign he
E. L. Clark, who operates the switch
board, will give the change of weather
in time so that farmers who are inter
ested, can get their information by
calling. Those having stock will find
this beneficial, and can prepare for
severe storms that we at times have
during winter weather. He has a re
Second Hand Ford Parts at Half price
at Ford Garage. 29-1
“Home of Good Pictures”
- FRIDAY -
BILL HART in
- SATURDAY -
PAULINE STARKE in
- SUNDAY & MONDAY
“KINDRED OF DUST”
Larry Semon Comedy
- TUESDAY -
DORAS MAY in
“UP AND AT ’EM”
ALL STAR CAST
“DON’T NEGLECT YOUR WIFE”
- THURSDAY & FRIDAY -
PRISCILLA DEAN in
“UNDER TWO FLAGS”
AS BIG AS THE STORM
DON’T FAIL TO SEE IT
I YOUR LITTLE DAUGJITER I
Would be delighted with the fine- F
toned piano we can sell you. Small ■
weekly payments. Guaranteed I
quality. Ask us for particulars. I
A. Hospe Co., Omaha, Nebr. %
"All merchants selling
Oshkosh B’Gosh Over
alls are authorized to
replace without cost
any garment that does
not give absolute satis
faction regardless of
the time worn.”
Oshkosh Ovbrau. Co., Oihkoih.fVt
w B 'GOSH ~
"They Must Make Good or We Will”
CAN WINTER HORSES AND CAT
tle on ranch, 5 miles southwest of
Chambers. Plenty of water and feed.
Call or write R. E. Flenniken, Cham
bers, or A. J. Scholz, Neligh. 28-3
STRAYED—FROM MY BARN IN
O’Neill, one black cow, branded half
circle I, on left hip.—John Carr. 29-1
J. F. O’Donnell was in Omaha Tues
lhe Christmas Dinner
Will Be Incomplete unless
you visit our Store.
We have some of the largest and best oysters on
the market. #
Our celery and green stuff is crisp and palatable.
Sanitary Meat Market
New Records Now on Sale
* Come In Any Time
Neil P, Brennan
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