The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, December 21, 1922, Image 8

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    To The Depositor
NATIONAL BANKS FAIL. When
they do depositors lose heavily. Why?
Because deposits in National Banks
are not guaranteed.
STATE BANKS FAIL. When they
do depositors are paid in full. Why?
Because deposits in State Banks are
protected by the Depositors Guarantee
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
THE NEBRASKA STATE BANK
OF O’NEILL is the only Bank in *
O’Neill which offers you this pro
tection.
You will protect yourself and ^please
us by depositing your money with us.
5 per cent paid on time deposits.
Nebraska State Bank
of O’Neill. Nebraska
YANTZI & SON
Pays ths Highest Cash Prices
-FOR
POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM
Gall and get prices before selling your produce.
Office No. 131. Residence No. 298
We solicit your patronage.
fPAID LOCALS.
Paid announcements will ap
pear under this bead.
If you have anything to sell
or wish to buy toll the people of
; i It in this column.
I Ten cents per line first in
sertion, subsequent insertions
five cents'per line each week.
FARM LOANS—R H. PARKER.37ti
I HAVE SOME HORSES FOR SALE
or trade—Peter Reifers. - 22-tf
EAT AT “THE SUBWAY.” 7-tf.
TRY OUR HARD ROLLS. FRESH
every day.—McMillan &Markey .7-tf
PHONE ORDRES FOR CHESTNUT
Hard Coal to Seth Noble. 28-tf
The “Ford” of the typewriter family
—The “Corona.” Buy one. —Lee
Downey. 28-2
IF YOU NEED THE OLD LOAN ON
your farm renewed for another 6 or
10 years, or if you need a larger loan
I can make it for you.—R. H. Parker,
O’Neill, Nebraska. 21-tf
I HAVE A SMALL FARM AND
some cash to trade for a larger
farm. See R. H. Parker, O’Neill. Ne
braska. ' 40-tf
PUREBRED ROSE COMB WHITE
Wyandotte Cockerels, $2.00.—Mrs.
L. E. Barrett, O’Neill, Nebraska, Box
122. 27
Learn to typewrite. Buy or rent a
Corona.—Lee Downey. 28-2
THE NEBRASKA STATE BANK IS
the only bank in O’Neill operating
under the Depositors Guaranty Fund
of the State of Nebraska. Avail your
self of this PROTECTION. 8-tf
BUY FRESH BREAD AT THE
Bakery. 7-tf
EASTERN CHESTNUT HARD COAL
for Magazine stove will arrive soon.
Seth Noble. 28-tf
WANTED—MEN AND TEAMS OR
trucks, to haul clay on Ewing road
project. Ten thapsand yards to move,
average haul two miles. Call H. F.
Nightengale, Ewing. 26-tf
KODAK FINISHING DEVELOP
ing any size roll 10c; Pack, 26c;
Post Cards, 6c; -D4x5V4, 2%x4%,
3'*x4tt, 6c: 2»4x3>4i 2Hxiy<, 4c;
1 =4x2y», K ~ W. B GRAVES. 30-tf
Buy a Corona for Christmas.—Lee
Downey. 28-2
BUY FRESH BREAD AT THE
Bakery. 7-tf
FINE FARM TO RENT—COMPRIS
ES 240 acres, 40 rods from the round
house in O’Neill, Neb. See Judge
Carlon. 20-tf
FOR SALE — RESIDENCE PROP
erty consisting of a seven-room
be®;® and four lots. Inquire at this
office. 17-tf
TRY OUR HARD ROLLS. FRESH
every day.—McMillan & Markey.7-tf
LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR PENN
sylvania Hard Coal for Base Burn
ers with Seth Noble. Car due to ar
rive soon. 28-tf
I JUST MADE ONE FARM LOAN
of $16,000.00 and one of $26,000.00
and one of $40,000.00. I am prepared
to make Farm and Ranch Loans as
large or as small as you want. If you
want a small loan see me, or if you
want a large loan see mo.—R. H. Par
ker, O’Neill, Nebraska. 24-tf
FOR SALE—A YEARLING REG
istered Hampshire Boar.—Harry
Ressel,—Chambers, Nebr. 28-2
(First publication December 7.)
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR SUPPLIES.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the County Clerk, of Ilolt County, at
O’Neill, Nebraska, up to noon the 8th
day of January, A. D. 1923, for the
furnishing of the books and blanks
for the various offices of Holt County
for the year 1923: and that said bids
shall be opened by the Board of Su
pervisors of said county and the con
tract awarded to the lowest and best
bidder.
The following is the probable num
ber of each of the items of books,
blanks and stationary that will be re
quired during said year:
Class “A” Books.
0 Kecoius, » quire uountl, medium
plain, each.
K Records, 8 quire hound, medium
printed heads, each.
6 Records, 8 quire bound, mediun
printed page, each.
6 Records, double cap, 8 quire:
printed each.
6 Records, double cap, 8 quire:
printed heads, each.
3 Loose Leaf records, medium plain,
each.
6 Loose leaf records, medium, print
ed head, each.
(5 Loose leaf records, medium,
printed page, each.
1 8 quire personal tax list.
3 Double medium tar list, 10 quires
printed page, each.
300 Special Index tabs with shields
for tax lists.
10.000 Tax Receipts, 200 in a book,
duplicate, well bound, ruled and
printed to copy, furnished, numbered
consecutively, per M.
1 Doden Sheriff’s pocket dockets,
each.
34 1 quire personal assessment rec
ords, each.
-62 quire personal assessment rec
ords, each.
7.000 Duplicate personal assessment
schedules, per M.
7.000 Original personal assessment
600 Smeads Bandless files Specially
schedules, per M.
12 Assessors schedule files, each.
40 Real Estate Assessors books,
printed, per M.
20 Patent Backs, each.
20 Canvas covers, each.
40 Assessment of improvements
on real estate, each. „
1 Dozen Revenue Laws, each.
24 Memorandum of mortgage in
debtedness, Manilla bound, each.
12 Books Treasurer’s Recepits for
school money, cloth bound, each.
12 Books order of County Clerk for
Overseer of Highways, cloth bound,
each.
12 Books, receipts of Overseer of
Highways, each.
1 Double Medium Surveyors record,
with tracing cloth, 600 pages, each.
2 Rebinding complete records for
Clerk of District Court, each.
6 4 quire cap fee books, half bound,
printed heads, each.
3b Special claim files, each.
1 Real Estate assessment record 1
quire each.
500 Special assessment schedule,
10 forms, each.
All above books, except where bind
ing is specified, are to be extra Full
bound, numbered and lettered on back
and made of Byron Westen's linen
Ledger paper.
Class “B” Blanks.
2.000 Ledger Blanks, full sheet, per
1,000. F
3.000 Legal Blanks, half sheet, •per
1,000.
5.000 Legal Blanks, quarter sheet,
per 1,000.
3.000 Legal Blank!, eighth sheet,
per 1,000.
2.000 Letter Heads, printed 816x11,
Westend Mills or equal paper 20 lbs.,
per 1,000.
10.000 Envelopes printed, No. 1
Rag, 20 pound, size 616, white, per
1,000.
1,000 Envelopes printed No. 1 Rag,
50 lb., side 10, white, per 1,000.
1,000 Envelopes, printed No. 1 Rag,
50 lb., size 11, white, per 1,000.
Supplies For The County
Superintendent
Class “C.”
300 Teachers’ Check Cards.
100 Free High School Certificates.
100 Maps of Township.
2 Books Notice to Director of tax
levy.
100 Folders for Examination.
100 District order books on the dis
trict treasurer.
100 District Order books on County
Treasurer.
100 Combination registers.
50 Boxes of teachers’ examination
paper.
100 Clasp envelopes (10(4x7(4.)
100 Clasp envelopes (12x9).
100 Clasp envelopes (15(4x9(4).
100 District treasurer’s bonds.
25 Director’s records.
25 Moderator’s records.
25 Treasurer’s records.
100 records of visits.
200 Books of Perfect attendance
certificates. >
100 School laws.
50 District Treasurer’s bond.
1 Book examination No. for transfer.
50 History of school district bond.
50 Teacher’s contracts.
100 Census blanks.
50 Desired transfer for school pur
poses.
50 Notice to director of transfer.
50 Petition to change boundary line.
7 Books free high school tuition
statements.
7 Books free high school attendance
report.
300 Certificates of award (small).
200 Certificates of award (large).
1 Alphabetical index (one letter to
the card).
250 Daily programs blanks.
200 courses of study.
240 Director’s legal blanks.
300 Application for free high school,
tuition.
100 Classification and term sum
mary blanks.
200 Mailing tubes (10 inch).
200 Mailing tubes (16 inch).
10 Report of private and parochial
schools. •»
200 Eighth grade diplomas.
250 Institute note books.
275 Teacher’s card sets.
3 Reams drawing paper (not punch
ed).
3 Reams History note paper (not
punched). * *
1.000 Report cards for pupils.
300 Cards application for free high
school tuition by pupil.
100 B'irst grade certificates.
100 Second grade certificates.
1 Book free high school admission
certificates.
15 Reams examination paper, per
ream.
Class “D.”
6.000 Printed Government postal
cqnls, one side only, cards furnished
by County, per 160.
12 Quarts Carter’s writing fluid,
per quart.
12 Pints, Carter’s red ink, per pint.
10 Gross Spencerian Glueinum or
Silver series pens, per gross.
4 Gross Velvet pencils, per gross.
4 Gross Faber’s peacils, per gross.
6 Gross Perfection pencils per gross.
300 Manuscript covers, per 100.
6 Reams typewriter paper.
24 Reams Alexis bond, per ream.
6 Reams Onion skin, per ream.
6 Reams, numbered line legal cap,
best quality, per box.
24 Stenographer’s note books, each.
12 Boxes No. 20 Typewriter paper,
er box.
6 Dozen Senate Pads, 8(4x14, per
!o*.en.
6 chattle mortgage files, each.
6 motor vehicle license books, each.
2 Quarts Carter’s mucilage, each.
2 Quarts Liberty paste, each.
1 Dozen IXL Steel Erasers, per
dozen.
5 lb. Rubber bands, per (4 box.
500 Sheets best gradeCarbon paper.
2 Dozen Webster or equal type
writer ribbon, per dozen.
3 Reams court reporter paper, per
ream.
10 Dozen Tower’s pen holders, per
dozen.
10 Reams Marginal ruled typewriter
paper, net weight, per ream.
5 reams Marginal ruled typewriter
paper, light weight, per ream.
1 Dozen 1(4 oz. bottles Ruids
stamping ink, per oz.
24 Boxes Hotchkiss stapels, No. 1,
per box. •
1 Gross blotters 4(4x9, old English
cloth finish, per gross.
3 Dozen Comet erasers, per dozen.
3 Dozen document boxes, metal
bound, 2x4x10, per dozen.
3 Dozen document boxes, metal
bound, 4x4x19, per dozen.
12 Dozen boxes “DB” eyelets, per
dozen.
2 Dozen full, shets English cloth
finish blotting paper, 19x24, per
dozen.
1 Dozen Safety ink stands No. 2,
each.
1 Dozen Capital ink stands, each.
1 Dozen box letter files, Excelsior,
or equal, each.
1 Dozen Adar glass pen racks,
each. *
3 Dozen roll Cresent pins, No. 4,
each.
1 Dozen Crown daters, No. 1%,
earn.
Separate bids must be made on
books and blanks. All supplies must
l>e furnished in accordance with speci
fications furnished by office ordering
same.
Payments to be made by warrant on
the County General Fund.
All supplies are to be furnished as
ordered.
Bids must be marked for class “A”,
“C,” “D,” as the case may be and ad
dressed to the County Clerk of Holt
County, Nebraska.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish a good and sufficient
bond for faithful (performance of con
tract.
The County Board of Supervisors
reserve the right to reject any or all
bids.
Bids to be opened according to the
requirements of the law at the first
meeting of the County Board on and
after Jonuary 9, 1923.
(Seal) E. F. PORTER,
27-4 County Clerk.
(First publication Nov. 30.)
NOTICE.
Thomas F._ Miller and all persons
having or claiming any interest in
West Half of Southeast Quarter Sec-1
tion 24, Townshfp 29 North, Range 10
West 6th Principal Meridian in Holt
County, Nebraska, real names unknown
defendants will take notice that on 1
November 23, 1922, Robert L. Dray
ton and Winfield E. Wanser, plaintiffs
filed a petition in District Court of
Holt County, Nebraska, against you
the object and prayer of which is to
have the title of plaintiff’s to the real
estate above described quieted and
confirmed in them; to have plaintiffs
decreed to be the owners in fee simple
of said premises; to have defendants
decreed to have no title to or interest
in said premises and to remove the
| clouds cast upon plaintiff’s titl by
reason of the claims of defendants to
some title to or interest in said prem
ises.
You are required to qpswer said pe
tition on or before January 8. 1923.
ROBERT L. DRAYTON and
WINFIELD E. WANSER
26-4 Plaintiffs.
(First publication Nov. 30.)
LEGAL NOTICE.
To Omer K. Wright, impleaded with
Mattie J. Wright, et al., defendants,
will take notice that on the 29th day
of November, 1922, E. L. Davies, plain
tiff, filed his petition in the District
Court of Holt County, Nebraska, and
commenced an action against said de
fendants, the object and prayer of
which is to foreclose a certain me
chanic’s lien filed by him on the 1st
day of December, 1920, in the office of
the County Clerk of Holt County, Ne
braska, and against the following de
scribed real estate, situate in the
County of Holt, and State of Nebras
ka, to-wit:
Commencing at a point 80 feet south
of the southeast corner of Lot Seven
(7), in Graver’s Addition to Ewing,
thence running west 250 feet parallel
to Jackson Street; thence south 180
feet; thence east 250 feet: thence
north along the west side of Elm
Street, running parallel to same 180
feet to the place of beginning, situate
in the Northwest Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Section Three
(3), in Township Twenty-six (26),
North, of Range Nine (9), West of
the 6th P. M., Holt County, Nebraska.
Said mechanic’s lien was recorded
in the office of the County Clerk of
Holt County, Nebraska, in Book “E”
of Mechanic’s Liens on Page 1 thereof.
Plaintiff alleges that there is due him
on said lien the sum of $452.50.
You -are required to answer said
petition on or before the 8th day of
January, A. D., 1923.
E. L. DAVIES,
_26-4__ Plaintiff.
AUCTION OF SCHOOL LANDS.
(First publication Dec. 14.)
Notice is hereby given than on the
2nd day of January, 1923, at one
o’clock, P. M., at the office of the
county treasurer of Holt County, the
Commissioner of Public Lands and
Buildings, or his authorized repre
sentative, will offer for lease at public
auction all educational lands within
said county upon which the lease con
tract has expired, or forfeiture of con
tract has been declared.
NE%NE%, SWy4NE%, NE?4NW%
Sec. 16-25-9.
W%NW%, Sec. 12-26-9.
S%NEy4, SEyiSE*4, Sec. 24-26-9.
NEti Sec. 30-27-9.
SWV4, SW^SEtt, E%SE%, Sec.
36-27-9.
E%, Sec. 36-28-9.
All Sec. 16-29-9.
N%NE(4, SWy4SWyi, Sec. 36-30-9
NW%NE%, NE%NW%, S%N%,
N^SW'/4, SW%SE%, E%SEy4, Sec.
16-25-10.
NWy*. Sec. 16-26-10.
S %, Sec. 2-27-10.
SEV4, Sec. 4-27-10.
NEUNEyi, Sy4NE%, SEyi NWS,
W%SEy4, Sec. 12-27-10.
NWy4NWy4, Sec. 14-27-10.
All Sec. 16-28-10.
All Sec. 22-28-10.
NE%, SEy4NWy4, Sec. 28-28-10.
NWy4NWy4, Sec. 16-29-10.
NEy4, E%SEy4, Sec. 36-29-10.
NEJ4, swyi, Sec. 36-32-10.
AH Sec. 16-25-11.
swy4, S%SE%, Sec. 36-25-11.
swy4NEy4, w%, w%SEyi, se%
SE%, Sec. 16-26-11.
SWy4SEy1( Sec. 4-28-11.
Wy^SEyi, Sec. 18-28-11.
swy4, Sec. 36-29-11.
swy4, Sec. 16-30-11.
Ny.NWy4, Sec. 36-30-11.
Sy>, Sec. 16-31-11.
E^NWV4, Sec. 36-32-11.
Ny>NEy4, NEy4Nwy4, s%n%,
NM>S»4, SEy4SWy4, SWy4SEy4, Sec.
36-25-12.
NWt4, Sec. 36-27-12.
All Sec. 16-28-12.
E%, SWy4, Sec. 36-28-12.
NW>4, Sec. 16-29-12.
All Sec. 16-30-12.
W%NEy4, EM>SWy4, SWy4SEy4,
Sec. 36-31-12.
NEy4SEy4, Sec. 36-32-12.
Nwy4, Sec. 16-26-13.
All Sec. 36-26-13.
E%, SWy4, Sec. 36-27-13.
NM,NEy4, N%SEy4, SEy4SEy4,
Sec. 16-28-13.
EMiSWy4, Sec. 16-29-13.
WyfcEM., E%W%, NWy4NWy4,
W%swy4, Sec. 16-30-13.
Sy>NWy4, N%swy4, SEy4, Sec.
16-31-13.
wy^NEyi, SHSwyi, Nwy4SEy4,
Sec. 36-31-13.
SEy4NEy4, NEV4NWy4, Sec. 16
32-13.
EftEM,, Sec. 36-26-14.
SttSEK, Sec. 36-31-14.
All Sec. 16-32-14.
SEy4, Sec. 16-27-15.
NE14NE%, Sec. 36-27-15.
All Sec. 36-28-15.
Ey^, E^swyi, SWy4SWy4, Sec.
16-29-15.
NWt4, Sec. 16-30-15.
Ey.swy4, SEy4SEy4, Sec. 16-31-15.
swy4, Sec. 36-32-15.
WM>, Sec. 16-33-15.
SEy4, Sec. 16-30-16.
NV4, SEy4, Sec. 36-32-16.
December 8, 1922.
DAN SWANSON,
Commissioner of Public Lands and
Buildings. 28-3
(First publication Dec. 14.)
ESTRAY NOTICE.
Taken up at my place on October
22nd, one shoat weight about 50 lbs.
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying expense.
C. P. SIDERS,
28-3p Opportunity, Neb.
•
The Frontier, only $2.00 per year.
Which Do You Wish
The pessimist waits for busi
ness to pick utp. The optimist
goes out and gets it.
There is always something
for the man who does not lose
faith and this bank is on the
sides of the optimist who be
lieves better times are on the
way.
Ill 15he
O'Neill National Bank
O’Neill, Nebraska
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Profits, $150,000.00.
This bank carries no indebted
ness of officers or stock holders.
NO REST—NO PEACE.
There’s no place and little rest for
the one who suffers from a bad back,
and distressing urinary disorders.
O’Neill people recommend Doan’s Kid
ney Pills. Ask your neighbor. •
H. J. Zimmerman, prop., Cream Sta
tion, Main St., O’Neill, says: “My
back ached continually day and night.
My kidneys acted frequently and my
head ached. I had to get up many
times during the night to pass the se
creations which were highly colored
and burned in passage. I waS*dizzy
and there were severe pains in the
back of my head. Doan’s Kidney Pills
completely relieved all the trouble.”
The above statement was given July
15, 1907, and on June 14, 1920, Mr.
Zimmerman added: “It has been
several years since I have had kidney
trouble. My case was a bad one but
Doan’s Kidney Pills have completely
cured mt.”
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milbum
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
She Sanitary
Meat Market
We have a full line of
Fresh and Cured Neats, Pure Home
Rendered Lard.
DR. O. K. TICKLER
inV eterinariansss
PHONE | DAY
108 | NIGHT
O’Neill, -.Nebraska
EAT AT “THE SUBWAY.” 7-tf.
NEBRASKA CULVERT AND
MFC. CO.
AUSTIN-WESTERN ROAD
MACHINERY
ARM CO CULVERTS
Everything In Road Machinery
Western Representative
L. C PETERS
O’Neill :: Nebraska
George M, Harrington I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
PHONE 11.
O’NEILL, NEBRASKA. g
W. F. FINLEY, M. D
Phone: Office 28, Residence 276.
O’Neill Nebraska
OR. J. P. GILLIGAN
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given To
DISEASES OF THE EYE ANI)
CORRECT FITTING OF
GLASSES
Of
Couse
you are planning to get away from busi
ness and household responsibilities for
a time this winter and visit Florida, the
South Atlantic or Gulf Coast States, or
Texas!
Reduced rate tickets covering winter
tours are now on sale. You can tour
that great land of history and romance
—go one way, return via a different, yet
equally famous, route and stop over to
sight-see here and there* as you please
You’ll be surprised when you compare
the cost of going with the cost of re
maining at home . Besides- think what
such a trip will mean to you!
You’ll enjoy the Burlington’s cour
teous and thoughtful service. It makes
the going as delightful as the getting
there.
Don’t wait until the last minute.
Come in now and let me help you plan
your trip and make your reservations.
Then the details will be arranged when
you are ready to start.
■*
L. E. Downey,
Ticket Agent