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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1923)
I have purchased ihe Taxi line
from Wait Wyant and will be pleas
ed to serve you at any time day or
night. Office Phone 3I4; Res. 307.
A. G. WYANT
WILL DO ANY KIND OF HAUL
ing.—Frank Welton. 44
WANTED—GOOD MILCH COWS.—
George Bowen, O'Neill. 47-tf
FOR SALE—ONE RADIANT HOME
range, almost new.—Mrs. J. C. Hor
FOUND ON CHAMBERS ROAD 3
miles south of O’Neill, one rubber
for left foot.—Inquire at this office 16
FOR SALE—DORT TOURING CAR
—new tires, new battery, new
lamps, in good shatpe all over. First
reasonable offer takes it.—M. H. Hor
iskey, O’Neill. 47-tf
OR- J. P. GILLIGAN
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given To
DISEASES OF THE EYE AND
CORRECT FITTING OF
DR. L. A. CARTER
Physician and Surgeon
Glasses Correctly Fitted.
Office and Residence, Naylor Blk.
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O’Neill National Bank Building i
Phone: Office 28, Residence 276.
We have a full line of
Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Home
gives you a receipt for
Chas. E. Stout
“The Rexall” Store
District 28—W. T. McElvain, Grat
District 29—Theo. Moss, Sheridan,
District 30—E. A. White, Francis,
District 31—Fred Dobrovolny, Fran
District 32—C. L. Hansen, Fairview,
District 33—Wm. Jutte, Shamrock,
District 34—Max Golden, Golden.
District 35—J. F. Johnson, Golden.
District 30—Art Marquart, Ewing,
District 37—John McLennahan, Mc
District 38—Frank Haston, Cham
District 39—M. L. Sageser, Cham
District 40—Ray Coolidge, Wyom
District 41—R. J. Benjamin, Swan,
District 42—Rafe Shaw, Swan,
District‘43—Lewis Barthell, Josie,
District 44—Ray Warden, Swan,
District 45—S. E. Dexter, Wyoming,
District 40—R. H. Leinhart, Conley,
District 47—Ray Medcalf, Lake,
District 48—John Funk, Deloit,
The following claims were audited
and on separate motion were allowed
on road dragging fund:
Charles R. Allen . $19.60
C. E. Mitchell . 13.09
Guy Cole . 58.40
J. M. Carson . 8.CO
D. E. Alder . 10.40
Harry Sullivan . 7.70
James Rotherham . 32.00
Henry Bausch . 6.00
Joe Noble . 15.40
D. E. Alder . 20.00
Frank Wilbur . 8.00
Roy Warden . C.40
On motion the following was
adopted as the schedule of prices paid
for labor in the County for the follow
Dragging—per mile . 70c
Single man—per mile . 30c
Man and 1 team—(per mile . 45c
Man and 2 teams—per mile . 60c
5 o’clock p. m., on motion board ad
journed until March 29, 1923, at 9
o’clock a. m.
L. C. McKim, Chairman.
E. F. PORTER, Clerk.
O’Neill, Neb., Mar. 29, 1923, 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adojurnment.
All members present. Board called
to order by Chairman. The following
claims were audited and on separate
motion allowed on the General fund:
Elmer Gibson . $ 32.30
L. C. McKim . 53.80
C. B. Nellis . 36.50
C. C. Bergstrom . 330.08
C. J. Malone . 185.34
J. M. Hunter . 182.00
Grace Joyce . 80.GO
B. T. Winchell . 104.L.'
Winnie Shaughnesy . 80.00
Julius D. Cronin . 5.75
Julius D. Cronin . 108.30
E. F. Porter. 166.66
C. E. Havens . 53.00
L. L. Larson . 41.40
John Sullivan . 39.50
Loretta Sullivan . 80.90
Peter W. Duffy . 182.95
Harry Bowen . 110.90
Needle Cut Phonograph Records, 55c
each, 2 for $1.00. Will play on any
Hair Nets . 5c
Sheet Music ... 5c
SALE CLOSES SATURDAY.
“Home of Good Pictures”
- FRIDAY -
CHARLES RAY in
“DUCE OF SPADES”
2-Reel Torchy Comedy
- SATURDAY -
WILLIAM S. HART in
“THREE WORD BRAND”
- SUNDAY & MONDAY
JACKIE COOGAN in
2-Reel Our Gang Comedy
— TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY —
BILLIE DOVE in
“YOUTH TO YOUTH”
- THURSDAY & FRIDAY -
RICHARD DIX & CLAIRE WINSON
Opal Ashley. 80.00
Dorothy Frost . 70 00
i Holt Co. F. Bureau . 19.48
Holt Co. F. Bureau . 232.24
! E. F. Porter. 6.99
Anna Donohoe . 158.33
Anna Dont^Jioe. 43 15
12 o’clock noon on motion board
adjourned until 1 o’clock p. m.
L. C. McKIM, Chairman.
E. F. PORTER, Clerk.
O’Neill, Neb., Mar. 29, 1923, 1 p. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present. Called! to order
OF THE WOMAN’S CLUB
The Home Economics Department of
the Woman’s club will meet on Wed
nesday, May 9th, instead of May 16.
The leader will be Sarah Ryan and
the hostess Cora Winchell, Margaret
Hunter, Clara Mills and Robinetta
Malone. Part of the afternoon will be
spent in Kensington work, the ladies
may bring their sewing, or fancy
work. The club will be entertained
with a Fairy dance by Grace Quilty, a
reading by Lenore Brown and a se
lection by Helen Reardon.
Come prepared to answer to roll
call: “How you have benefited from
the program this year.”
The club will close with a social
hour and tea.
MINISTERS OF THE NIOBRARA
PRESBYTERY MEET HERE
The spring meeting of the Niobrara
Presbyterian church, of Atkinson,
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week,
about thirty delegates were present.
The opening sermon wsa delivered
by Rev, E. C. Wolter, of Emerson, Ne
braska, on Tuesday evening choosing
for his subject “The Essentials of a
Strong Church.” He emphasized the
fact that with all modern equipment
and methods of work that one of the
chief essentials of a strong church
prayer and faith in God, with every
member rendering a service for which
he or she is particularly fitted to
render, and not leaving the work to a
few. The communion service was very
impressively conducted by Rev. Long
staff, of O’Neill, assisted by Rev.
Smith, of Ponca. Rev. V. C. Barton,
of Niobrara, was elected moderator.
Wednesday was a full day. Devo
tions conducted at 8:30 a. m. by Rev.
Wm. E. Dysart, of Belden, Nebraska,
followed by a most rigid examination
of Rev. L. Yenn, of Wakefield, and
Rev. W. H. Guest, Atkinson, new men.
The pastor, Rev. Guest, being examin
ed by the Presbytery in open session
which lasted from 9:30 a. m., till 12,
noon, and was unanimously received
into the Presbytery.
A banquet was served in the base
ment at 6 o’clock followed by toasts.
The toastmaster, Rev, P. M. Orr, of
Norfolk, in his initial jovial whole
hearted style made the occasion a de
lightful and profitable time for all who
were present. Dr. Long, of Pender,
gave a speech on “Building up a
Church” which was practical and
workable based upon his experiences.
Rev. Pressly, of Omaha, followed with
the subject of “The efficient Church”
and Rev. Dysart, of Belden, “The
Small Town Church.” We cannot
speak too highly Upon the manner and
interesting way these speakers
brought out their various poinst. A
most impressive service followed in
the church when the pastor Rev.
Guest was installed as regular pastor
of the church.
The Rev. Fenton C. Jones, of Way
ne, preached the Installation sermon
and propounded the questions. It is
a very timely sermon, ably delivered
and willi long be remembered by those
who head. Rev. Joseph Andrew,s of
Randolph, delivered the charge to the
pastor and Rev. P. M. Orr delivered
the charge to the congregation. Rev.
W. E. Harper, of Laurel sang a solo.
Duetts were’ ably rendered by Rev.
Wolters and Rev. Carlyon, also by
Mrs. Peterson and Miss Maudie Wal
Rev. J. Andrews and Mr. S. J. Hoff
man were elected delegates to the next
General Assembly to be held at Min
We, the members of Niobrara Pres
bytery now in session, tender you the
members of this church and the citi
zens of Atkinson, our sincere thanks
for our entertainment during our stay
in your city.
We especially thank the ladies for
the splendid meals provided by them
for the comfort of the inner man. We
also thank the choir for the music
rendered at our services and also the
pastor and his wife and our host and
hostess for every step and every ef
fort iput forth by them feu* our benefit.
H. H. BEERS.
The following ministers were pres
ent: Rev. V. R, Barton, Moderator, Ni
obrara; Rev. Joseph Andrewes, Stat
ed Clerk, Randolph; Rev. P. M. Orr,
Norfolk; Rev. F. C. Jones, Wayne;
Rev. E. C. Wolters, Emerson; Rev. W.
0. Piper, Laurel; Rev. B. M. Long,
Pender; Rev. J. M. Caldwell, Valen
tine; Rev. H. H. Beers, Stuart; Rev.
G. Longstaff, O’Neill; Rev. A. Wim
berly. Madison; Rev. Richard Carlyon,
Chambers; Rev. John W. Armstrong,
Ponca; Rev. C. E. Morrison, Verdel;
Rev. W. E. Dysart, Belden; Rev. L.
Yenn, Wakefield; Laymen J. S. Hoff
man, Chambers; John W. Littl:. Madi
son; T. J. Beeth, Wakefield; Or. Far
mer, V. P. Hastings college, Hastings;
Dr. Pressly, Omaha, and a number of
Mrs. Lottie Bogart is suffering
from the after effects of the “Flu.”
Rev. Carlyon left for Wayne, Mon
day to attend the Norfolk district con
ference in session at that pla^e.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Whitcomb, of
Amelia, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a 10 pound baby boy born April 21.
Grandman Watson, of Amelia, came
to Chambers Monday for a few days
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Green
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holcomb and
daughter, Bernice, left for their new
home in Hot Springs, South Hakota,
“Grandma’s Boy’’ at the band hall
Thursday evening drew a large crowd.
Quite a number staying for the dance
after the show.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coppoc, of
Martha, are the proud parents of a
nine and one-half pound baby girl
born April 20.
Mrs. Ben Hubbard will fill the place,
as teacher in the Primary room of the
Chambers Public school, vacated by
Mrs. Henrietta Cooke.
Miss Glennie Cooper, of the Norfolk
corps of teacher, spent the week end
in Chambers with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Cooper.
Some one started the report that
the school house was on fire, Thurs
day evening, but it proved to be only
a few live coals in the ash pile.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
church served supper to the crow
hunters, at the Horacek Hotel Satur
day. Twenty-two were present and
all report a good time with plenty
The members of the Baptist church
observed Arbor day Sunday by plant
ing a tree to be known at the “Jennie
Adams Maple” in honor of Miss Jen
nie Adams, who is a missionary to the
Mrs. Joe Myers received word from
her son Will that he is nicely located
at Morland, Kansas, and has the posi
tion of nigbt operator in the depot at
that place. He expects to move his
family there in the near future.
Marvey Lee, Hylas Farrier and Dr.
Gill motored to O’Neill Thursday to
attend Masonic lodge. The Jordan
medal, formerly owned by the late C.
H. Stowell, was presented to the next
oldest Mason in Holt county, Mr. C.
xiic uttit; son ox ivirs. nenneua
Cooke, who is ill with an attack of
“Lobar Pneumonia, was taken to
Lincoln Friday, where he is receiving
medical attention in the Lincoln Sani
tarium. He was accompanied by his
mother and grandfather. Friends are
hoping for an early recovery.
The following pupils of the Cham
bers high school will attend a school
astic and track meet at the Wesleyan
college University Place, Friday, April
27. James Gibson, Brown Duvall,
Winnie McClenahan, Meta Simpson,
Ralph Hoffman, Laurence Jones. Ex
aminations will be given in music,
English, civics, history, mathematics,
elocution, physics, botany, besides the
usual sports of the track meet. Su
perintendent C. O. Richardson and
Principal W. R. French will accom
pany them. ,
Chai'lie Bowen has moved to Iowa
for the coming year.
Miss Ocea Lush suffered a badly
bruised arm last week.
The N. 0. K. Club met at the Frank
Snyder home last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder spent
last Sunday at the Ethan Allen home,
H. Anderson and Tom Cooper were
Sunday vistiors at the Wm. Anderson
John Hayne and Percie Grass ship
ped cattle to Sioux City the first of
Miss Alice Carrie closed a very suc
cessful term of school Tuesday in the
Mrs. A. Soukup returned home last
Sunday after sipending about two
weeks in Omaha.
The rain which the farmers have ail
been waiting for, arrived in Pleasant
Valley last week.
Will Anderson purchased a new
Ford last week. Harry Roseler being
the proud owner of Anderson’s former
Less Lines family, Mrs. A. Lines
and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sarchett, of
Page, spent last Sunday at the C. A.
Rudolph Kubik, of Stuart, and Miss
Elizabeth Stasch, of Nenzel, Nebras
ka, were married at St. Mary’s Church
in Nenzel, April 4, 1923, at eight
o’clock a. m., the Rev. Fr. Bugy offi
The bride and groom were attended
by Miss Gertrude Stasch and Henry
Mrs. Kubik is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stasch, of
Nenzel, and is a very estimable young
The groom, the youngest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Kubik, is a respected
and prosperous young ranchman.
Mr. and Mrs. Kubik will make their
home on the Kubik ranch south of
(First publication* April 26.)
(Julius I). Cronin, Attorney.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate No. 1582.
In the County Court of Holt County,
Nebraska, April 26, 1923.
In the matter of the Estate of Mary
H. Rouse, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
notified that the time limited for pre
senting claims against said estate is
August 24, 1923, and for the payment
of debts is April 26,* 1924, and that on
May 24, 1923, and on August 25, 1923,
at ten o’clock A. M., each day, I will
be at the County Court Room in said
County to receive, examine, hear, al
low, or adjust all claims and objections
(County Court Seal.)
C. J. MALONE,
47-4 County Judge.
(First publication April 19.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate No. 1575.
In the County Court of Holt County,
Nebraska, April 5, 1923.
In the matter of the Estate of Charles
L. Wood, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are here
by notified that ihe time ted for
presenting claims against s^ul estate
is August 17, 1923, and for the pay
ment of debts is April 5,1924, and that
on May 17, 1923, and on August 18,
1923, at 10 o’clock a. m., each day, I
will be at the County Court Room in
said County to receive, examine, hear,
allow, or adjust all claims and ob
jections duly filed.
(County Court Seal.)
C. J. MALONE,
46-4 County Judge.
(First publication April 19.)
(Julius D. Cronin, Attorney.)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
HOLT COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
S. J. Weekes, As Administrator of the
Estate of MoBes P. Kinkaid, De
ceased, Plaintiff vs. Antonia Lo
renz, John Kinkaid, John K. States,
David O. States, James H. States,
Clawson States, Mozella Remple,
Nancy Bartlett, Katherine Bush,
Ethel Hensley, Roy C. Kinkaid, Lee
Kinkaid and Mary A. Sager, De
NOTICE OF HEARING.
To: Antonia Lorenz, John Kinkaid,
John K. States, David O. States,
James H. States, Clawson States,
Mozella Remple, Nancy Bartlett,
Katherine Bush, Ethel Hensley, Roy
C. Kinkaid, Lee Kinkaid, Mary A.
Sager, and all persons interested in
the Estate of Moses P. Kinkaid, De
i ou are nereny notmed tnat on tne
10th day of February, A. D., 1923,
S. J. Weekes as administrator of the
estate of Moses P. Kinkaid, deceased,
filed his petition in the District Court
of Holt County, Nebraska, the object
and iprayer of which petition are to
obtain a decree authorizing and di
recting the said S. J. Weekes, as ad
ministrator of the estate of Moses P.
Kinkaid, deceased, to execute and de
liver to the defendant, Antonia Lor
enz, a deed containing full covenants
of warranty to the following descrih
ed real estate, situated in the County
of Holt and State of Nebraska, to-wit:
The West One-half ((W%) of
the Southeast Quarter (SE14) and
the East One-half (E%) of the
Southwest Quarter (SW%) of
Section Twenty-nine (29), in
Township Twenty-five (25) North,
Range Ten (10), West of the 6th
In pursuance of the terms of a cer
tain written contract between the said
Moses P. Kinkaid, deceased, and R. L.
Lorenz, and to decree that the said
R. L. Lorenz is dead and that the said
defendant, Antonia Lorenz is his sole
and only heir at law.
You are further notified that said
petition will come on for hearing be
fore the Court at O’Neill, in said
County on the 12th day of May, 1923,
at the hour of 10 o’clock, a. m., and
you and each of you are required to
show cause, on or before said date why
the prayer of said petition should not
S. J. WEEKES,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Moses P. Kinkaid, Deceased. Plain
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