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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1923)
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D. H. CRONIN, Publisher.
W. C. TEMPLETON,
Editor and Business Manager.
Entered at the post office at O’Neill,
Nebraska, as second-class matter.
Six Months _ $1.00
MORE LOCAL MATTERS.
Roy Sauers went up to Newport
Ed Calligan was in the city Satur
day looking after business interests
The county board of supervisors
have been in session several days this
Hans Boles, mayor of Scribner, and
Frank Parks, also of Scribner, were in
'the city Wednesday.
H. H. Haffner returned Saturday
from southeastern Iowa where he had
been on land business.
The Wednesday night club met this
week with Miss Dorothy Frost. Miss
Demaris Stout won the high score
Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin drove to
Pierce last Saturday were they visited
until the following Monday with rela
Mrs. M. Clinton has purchased the
Harold Zimmerman residence on Sixth
street between Douglas and Everett,
and will move thereto soon.
Mrs. H. B. Hubbard enjoyed a couple
of days visit the first of the week
from an aunt, Mrs. Thomas Fithian,
of Lincoln. She returned home today.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will serve chicken pie dinner on No
vember 14th in the basement of the
church. Serving will begin at 6:30
Mrs. Margaret Honeywell and Cleta
Vanavery were visiting between trains
in Brunswick last Saturday with their
aunts, Mrs. George Bsharah and Mrs.
Peter W. Duffy went to Reno, Ne
vada, last Frday, and is expected to
return home this week with Horace
Moss, who is wanted here for wife
Mins Mary Horiskey entertained her
pilpils at a Halloween party Wednes
day afternoon at the school house.
Games, contests and refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. James Pinkerman ex
pect to celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary Friday. We understand
there will be a large number of rela
Miss Mary Wettling, of Chicago,
came Sunday for a visit with Miss
Demaris Stout. Miss Wettling and
Miss Stout were sorority sisters at the
Miss Machea Abdouch entertained
t«c Sophmore boys and girl of the
High School at her home in the north
west part of the city Wednesday night
at a Halloween party.
Dee Snyder arrived here Monday
from Beverly Hills, California, and is
spending the week looking after mat
ters pertaining to the estate of the
late 0. O. Snyder, and visiting with
his many old time friends.
Mrs. Z. G. Bullard, of Long Pine,
stopped here Sunday for a couple of
days visit with Mrs. H. B. Hubbard.
Mrs. Bullard was returning home from
Syracuse, Nebraska, where she re
cently buried her husband.
Mrs. L. Rubelcamp, of Garwin, Iowa,
and Mrs. Kate Snodgrass, of Water
loo, Iowa, arrived here last Friday for
a visit with their father, Charles
Wrede who was seriously injured by
being struck by an auto on Sunday
evening of last week.
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Mr, and Mrs. F. 21, Griffith and
youngest son, of Mask, Will leave Fri
day morning for Fresno, California,
where they will spend the winter with
their daughter Jennie and other rela
The Altar Society of St. Patrick’s
parish will hold a card party at the
K. C. club rooms Thursday evening,
November 8th. Parties wishing to
make reservations may do so by call
ing Mrs. D. Stannard, Phone 185.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Connell and
son, Frank, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward O’Connell and children, went to
Columbus last Saturday where they
have taken possession of the Meridian
hotel which they recently purchased.
Father Kohler entertained the Boys
Club at the K. C. club rooms Wednes
day evening at a Halloween party.
Halloween games, boxing and other
appropriate entertainment was enjoy
ed during the evening. About thirty
five were present. Luncheon was
Charles Wrede, aged 82, pioneer
citizen of Holt county and veteran of
the Civil war, who suffered a fractur
ed hip and arm when struck by an
automobile a week ago Sunday, slowly
is recovering from his injuries and his
condition is reported much improved
by his physicians.
Halloween passed off quietly in
O’Neill this year. The former hilar
ious and destructive feature* were
not indulged in this year. A number
of parties were given by the young
people and all seemed to have as good
a time as though they had filled the
streets with everything loose.
Miss Margaret Howard, Miss Ro
berta Arbuthnot and Miss \Loretta
Enright entertained at a Halloween
party at the home of Miss Howard
last Monday evening. Jack'o'lanterns,
ghosts and other Halloween specials
were in evidence and the young folks
spent a very enjoyable evening.
H. P. Kauffman has been appointed
City Passenger Agent, Lincoln, Neb.,
to succeed Mr. George W. Bonnell, de
ceased after fiity-four years of honor
able service. C. A. Burkett has been
appointed Division Passenger Agent,
with headquarters at Omaha, to suc
ceed Mr. Kauffman, promoted as
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. Clark Hough Tuesday,
November 6th. A program outlined
by the National association will be
taken up. It is requested that all
members attend this meeting, which
will be interesting and instructive.
Meeting to begin promptly at three
o’clock.—Mrs. Ashton, Sefcy.
Miss Dorothy Frost entertained
thirty young ladies at a Halloween
party at the Subway Tuesday even
ing. The lights, decorations and
place cards were in keeping with the
Halloween spirit. The evening was
spent at bridge. Miss Grace Ham
mond won the high score prize, Miss
Evelyn Stannard won the second prize
and Mrs. Ben Grady received the all
Mrs. P. B. Harty and Mrs. C. F.
McKenna entertpinod at a seven
o’clock dinner at the Golden Tuesday
evening followed by bridge. The af
fair was in keeping with the Hallow
een idea. Mrs. P. J. O’Donnell won
the high score prize and Mrs. J. A.
Brown was awarded the consolation.
Miss Irma Stout won the all-cut for
the single ladies and Mrs. F. J. Kubit
schek the all-cut for the married
Casper Herald, Oct. 31: Attorney
Donald Gallagher will be associated
with the office of Hagens and Murane
after November 1. Mr. Gallagher has
been practicing law in Casper for the
past four months. Previous to the
Coming to Casper he was a member of
the Nebraska legislature and deputy
county attorney of Holt county, Ne
braska. Mr. Gallagher will take the
place of Attorney Coombs. Mr.
Coombs has formed a partnership with
THJB UNIVERSAL CAM
Business men—with whom the runabout has always been very
popular—ars well pleased with the changes embodied in this
Always rugged, the car has been made decidedly trimmer and
This result is obtained by raising the radiator and enlarging the
cowl; making a decided improvement in looks and providing
more leg room.
A well designed top and slanting windshield do their share
toward adding a finished, clean-cut appearance. /
Make it a point to see the other new models Vise on display in
oar show room.
These cars com be obtained through
the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan,
J. B. MELLOR
Dealer, O’Neill, Nebraska
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CARS * TRUCKS • TRACTOKS
Mrs. R. £. Gallagher came home
Saturday from a week’s visit with her
sister, Miss Florence McCafferty. in
William Joseph Murray and Martha
Margaret Bruder applied to the county
judge on, October 27th for a marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Will McCormick, of!
Valentine, came ^Wednesday night for
a visit with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Hunter.
Mrs. Ivan Kinsman and two sons, of
Columbus, have been visiting the past
week at*the home of her father, T. V.
Golden in this city.
Mrs. Frank Renschler, of Spring
view, spent several days here the past
week visiting with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbeit Estep left
Wednesday morning for their home in
Clearwater, after a few days visit with
their friends, E. N. Purcell of this city.
Mrs. A. L. Cowperthwaite received
word of the death of her grandmother,
Mrs. Mary LeZotte, at her home in
Mason City, Nebr., Monday. Funeral
services were held and burial made at
Beaver Crossing on Wedneday.
Miss Beryl Winchell entertained the
young folks of the south side at her
home Wednesday evening from seven
until ten at a Halloween party. The
usual Halloween games and amuse
ments occupied the evening until
Miss Helen Willcox, Miss Kathleen
Roskoff and Miss Bernadette Brennan
drove to Bonesteel and Winner last
Saturday in Miss Helen’s car. TTie
young ladies attended a social function
Saturday evening at Winner and re
turned home Sunday.
Mrs. Ambrose Biglin, of Casper,
Wyoming., arrived here last Saturday
from Olean, New York, where she
went a short time ago for her daugh
ter who has been spending the sum
mer with her grandmother. Mrs. Big
lin returned "to her home in Casper,
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Purcell enter
tained at their home on east Benton
street Monday evening in honor of
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert
Estep. A very enjoyable evening was
spent, at bridge, followed by a de
lightful repast. Miss May Keys won
the high score prize at bridge.
The first regular snow of the sea
son came Monday morning and con
tinued throughout the day. About
nine inches is reported here. The
temperature went to three degrees
above zero Monday night and to ten
above Tuesday night. The weather
has warmed up, and the snow is about
all gone. t
Ewing Advocate: The Advocate
office is in receipt of an announcement
telling of the wedding of Mr*. Clifford
K. Sprague and Mrs. Eva M. Galaski
on Wednesday, October 3rd, at Kan
sas City, Missouri. The bride has
many friends in Ewing and vicinity
who extend best wishes to the happy
couple. They will reside at 626 So.
12th St., Lincoln.
C. W. Conklin returned home Tues
day evening from San Francisco where
he represented the sixth district of
Nebraska at the National American
Legion convention which closed in'thht
city a short time ago. Mr. Conklip
returned home by way of Hollywood.
At Bakersfield, California, he visited
a short time with Will Stannard. In
speaking of the convention Mr. Conk
lip states that it was a wonderfpl
gathering. There were 993 delegates
present, from all parts of the world—
Paris; Hawaii; British Isles; Chili,
South America; Guatemala, Central
America; Panama; Alaska; Japan and
many other foreign points. The con
vention was addressed by many very
prominent man among whom were
Mayor James Rolph, of San Francisco,
Senator Hiram Johnson, of Caifornia,
Samuel Gompers, president ef the
national federation of labor; James J,
Davis, secretary of labor under the
present administration; Broni Jozefa
Hallera, commander of the Polish
army, and many others. The girls
cadet corps, of Hastings, Nebraska,
received recognition and special
decoration by the National commander
during the session. The gii’ls each
represented a different Legion post of
the state and did much to advertise
Nebraska. John R. Quinn, of Delano,
California was chosen National com
mander for the coming year. The
next convention will be held in St.
gives you a receipt for
Chas. E. Stout
“The Rexall” Store
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MiflE Ruth Scott Entertained flight
girl friends at a Hallbweeb party Wed
nesday afternoon from four until
seven. A ghost appeared and told
their fortunes. Luncheon was served.
Mrs. H. L. Page came up fromj
Sioux City Wrednesday of last week
ard has been visiting with her son,;
Harry and family, northeast of • the ■
city and with her numerous O’Neill!
Ben Davis and New York Imperials.
Good winter keepers at $1.50 per bu.
Bring your sacks.
22-tf PURCELL PRODUCE CO.
FARM FOR SALE.
William Daly, of Lincoln, Nebraska,
desires to sell his quarter section of
land located twelve miles North of
Page, North Half of North Half of
Section 6, Township 30, Range 9, and
will sell for the low price of $4,000.
This is a good farm and a real bar
gain. Interested parties inquire of
22-2 C. M. DALY, O’Neill, Neb.
O’NEILL LIGHT COMPANY
SELL TO MINNESOTA
ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTING CO.
G. D. Myers and son Roy sold the
O’Neill Light, Heat and Power Com
pany plant and business a few days
ago to the Minnesota Electric Dis
tributing Company, who took possess
ion this morning, November 1st. Mr.
G. D. Myers will become the manager
and wiH* be in charge of the business
here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers will
also remain with the new firm.
The new management say that they
expect to continue the work of con
structing the high line to other points
in this vicinity as started by Mr.
Myers and son.
J. H. Du Fresne, auditor of the
Minnesota Electric Distributing Com*
pany was in the city Wednesday and
Thursday checking over the stock and
making the final arrangement for the
taking oVer the business.
JESSE HAHN, ATKINSON,
KILLED BY FREIGHT TRAIN
Jesse Hahn, of Atkinson, was killed
by a west bound freight train about
ten o’clock tonight, near the west end
of the depot in Atkinson. Hahn is
about twenty-five years old. He was
employed to pull down the coal in the
tender of the engine during their stay
in Atkinson. The train started to pull
out and at once missed Hahn; the train
was stopped and his mutilated remains
were found underneath the third car
from the engine. No one saw the acci
dent and it is not known what caused
him to be under the train. County
Attorney J. D. Cronin will hold an in
STOCK FARM FOR SALE.
320 acres, well improved. Located
11 miles east of O’Neill, the county
seat of. Holt County. 180 acres uned
plow, balance pasture and hay mead
ow. Fenced and crossfenced. Price
$85.00 per acre.
18-tf Page, Nebraska.
f have the agency for the California Perfume
Company’s Gold Medal Toilet Articles.
Also, The Maco chee Mills Guaranteed Pine
Hosiery, All Weather Rain Coats and Sweaters.
I will call at your home and take order! •
Mrs. P. W. Walsh
“HOME OF GOOD PICTURES’""
- FRIDAY -
Bert Lytell and Betty Compton in
“TO HAVE AND TO HOLD”
- SATURDAY -
Mae Bush, Tully Marshall, Wallace
Benny and Estelle Taylor and thirty
other stars, in
“ONLY A SHOP GIRL’”
Comedy and Daniel Boone
- SUNDAY & MONDAY
George Corliss and Doris Kenyon in
“THE RULING PASSION”
A comedy drama that exposes every
man’s governing passion. There’s
something strange about every body,
yourself, your wife, your neighbor—
every person has some ruling force,
some hobby. “Ruling Passion” has a
laugh in it for everybody.
2-Reel Larry Seman Comedy
“NO WEDDING BELLS”
P. S.—See this show and you won’t
need a ddfctor.
— TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY —
May MacAvoy in
‘THE TOP OF NEW YORK”
Comedy and Fables.
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Lila Lee and James Kirkwood in
Coming—Mr. and Mrs. Martin John
son “Trailing African Wild Animals.”
“Fiery.” “Beautiful and Dammed.”
“Merry Go Round.” “Call of the
H. L. BENNETT
Phone 304. Day or Night.
NEBRASKA CULVERT AND ■
AUSTIN-WESTERN ROAD I
ARMCO CULVERTS j
Everything In Road Machinery I
^ Western Representative E
L. C PETERS I
O’Neill :: Nebraska I
OR. J. P 61LUGAN
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given To
DISEASES OF THE EYE AND
CORRECT FITTING OF
We have a full line of
Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Home
Insure your dwellings
and contents against fire,
lightning, tornado, wind
storm, cyclone and hail
damage for 5 years at
$15.00 per $1,000.00, with
L. G. GILLESPIE
Prosperity Brings Smiles
Smiles Bring Presperity
A perpetual grin may not add to the attractiveness of all faces, but a smile
displaces a frown with crowning grace and helps to add wealth to your life in
more ways than one. v
Why Waste Energy '
It has been discovered that it takes sixty-five muscles of the face to make
a frown and thirteen to produce a smile. Why wear your face out manufactur
A Community* Smile
You patronize and admire the individual who wears a smile, you are at
tracted to the business concern that meets you with a smile, why wouldn’t it
pay this community to meet the rest of the world with a smile? An ingrown
grouch is a heavy liability. Let’s not acquire one.
The Following • Business Men of O’Neill
Unite in Spreading This Gospel
HAYNES ALL RUBBER WORK MITTEN CO., By C. M. Daly.
NEBRASKA STATE BANK,w^SstG^.„TOoVthtSu,. *
BAZELMAN LUMBER COMPANY
HENRY BAY, Groceries and Meats
GALENA LUMBER COMPANY
GOLDEN HOTEL. Service and Courtly
BEN J. GRADY, Staple and Fancy Groceries 89t~9£1 ‘souoq«j
McNALLY BROS., Service Station, Oils and Accessories.
W. H. HARTY. Tailoring, Cleaning, and Pressing. Phone 30
ROYAL THEATRE, The Home of Good Pictures
J. P. PROTOYINSKY, Groceries
J. B. RYAN, Fresh and Cured Meats
HANFORD PRODUCE CO., Cream, Poultry and Eggs
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