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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1923)
Stop and Read.
We want your business be
cause we believe in you.
It is the ties of friendship
and confidence that inspire
our complete cooperation.
This bank carries no indebtedness
of officers or stockholders.
Resources over $600,000.00
Paid announcements will ap.
pear under this head.
3 U you have anything to sell
or wish to buy tell the people of
It in this column.
* fen cents per line first in
sertion, subsequent insertions
five cents per line each week.
FARM LOANS—R. H. PARKER.37tf
KODAKS. FILMS, KODAK FINISH
ing.—W. B. Graves. O’Neill. 80-tf
1 WANT SOME FARM AND RANCH
loans. If you want money come in
and see John L. Quig. 82-tf
FOR SALE-TEN DUROC JERSEY
Boar Pigs eligible to registry.—
John T Murray. 26—
l JR SALE — POLAND CHINA
Boars. Price very reasonable for
quick sale.—J. W. Hickey, O’Neill. 21tf
FOR RENT—MY RANCH, 9 MILES
southeast of Atkinson. For particu
lars write Pat O'Donnell. O’Neill, Ne
TWO MEN WANTED TO SELL
Singer Sewing Machines in and
around O’Neill. Write or see G. H.
Guy, Ainsworth, Nebraska. 19-tf
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
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
WILL'SELL TO PARTY GIVING
most satisfactory offer by Dec. 20,
160 acres unimproved land in Holt Co.
Description N W. % of Sec. 27, Town.
29, R. 10.—Write Mrs. E. A Holt
grew, Lamar, Nebr. 26-3
WE HAVE IN YOUR VICINITY A
high grade piano on which party is
unable to continue payments. You
can own this piano by paying the un
paid balance, either cash or payments.
If interested write A. Hospe Co.,
Omaha, Nebr. 26-8
FOR ROYAL SOCIETY ART GOODS
see Donnelly & Dillon. 27
SATIN HATS AT $5. NEW SHIP
ment. All popular colors and shapes.
—Donnelly & Dillon. 27
LOST—ON THANKSGIVING DAY,
one Buick auto crank. Finder please
leav* at this office.—S. B. Hart. 27-tf
FOR RENT—MODERN SIX-ROOM
house and good garage located in
southwest part of town. Inquire of
C. M. Daly. 27-1
FOR EXCHANGE — MY DORT
Touring Car 1920 Model in fine con
dition, for a Ford Coupe. Must be'a
good car.—J. H. Shultz, city. 27-2
FOR SALE—MY 320 ACRE FARM
north of Ainsworth, unimproved,
lays level, price $25.00 per acre. One
third cash, balance your own time. No
trade considered.—J. H. Shultz,
O’Neill, Nebr. 27-2
WANTED MARRIED MAN BE
tween thirty and forty years of age,
as district manager in northern Ne
braska, of large life insurance
company. Mast have had sales
experience of some kind, $3,00 first
year to right man; bond required,
write giving sales eadperience to W. I.
Fraser, Agency Manager, 901 Termi
nal Building, Lincoln Nebraska. 20-tf
CORN FOR SALE.
About 400 bushels of good ear corn,
one half mile north of cemetery —C.
F. McKenna. 26-2p
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.
SURPRISE FOR O'NEILL
The simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc.f known as Adler
i-ka, the appendicitis preventative,
surprises O’Neill. It draws so much
foul matter from the system that ONE
SPOONFUL relieves Sour stomach,
gas and constipation AT ONCE.
Charles E. Stout, Druggist. (E-3)
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
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
WHEN tftffSl&ALLYfiM OUT
Specialist on Subject ..last
People Are Mistaken ar.it
So few of us notice trees carefully
that In early spring v I en the buds
are swelling we say be buds are
coining on the trees," wheie.m, if our
eyes had been opened to nature s won
ders we would have known they laid
been patiently “budded ’ the summer
As the buds begin lo swell the out
feide coverings or scales grow larger,
separate and fall, writes Susan S.
Alhurtis in Nature Magazine of Wash
ington. They leave their scars behind
them as a group of very close rings.
Wherever thesu rings are, there a ter
minal bud has been.
Not necessarily does Hit distance be
tween ring groups me. n a year’s
growth. Sometimes, according to the
season, a (roe will make a second
growth, then it lias made two terml- 1
nal buds In a growing season. The
horse chestnut frequently does this,
because of a disease that attacks it
In early July. In such cases two
groups of rings would be made In one
Not all the side buds on a twig will
open. They are the reserve army wait
ing to come into action If the main
buds are injured. After a few years
of waiting, if they have not been
brought Into service, they will be cov
ered by the growing wood, but have
“served by waiting.”
Not much variation occurs In the
shape of the bud bundles In the same
species, so probably the safest way to
know trees is by their buds. Then,
too, If fee remember that they are on
the trees all the year round except for
a very short time' immediately after
the old buds have opened and the new
leaves are getting strong enough to
work, we can identify trees when all
Hie leaves are gone If we know the
SELLING FURS TO ESKIMOS
Sounds Like Paradox, but Wolverine
Headdress I3 Popular With Peo
ple of the North.
Selling furs for consignment to the
Eskimos sounds like a paradox, but
that Is exactly what took place at the
opening day of the week’s sale of the
Canadian Fur Auction Sales, Limited,
at the Mount Royal hotel, according to
the Montreal correspondent of the
Boston Transcript. The explanation
was more simple than it looked. F. H;
PIngres, general manager and also auc
tioneer for the sale, said that the Es
kimos of Alaska have plenty of beau
tiful seal, fox and similar furs, but
each Eskimo with any pretensions as a
beau desires above all things to have
a wolverine headdress for himself and
his favored squaws. So the Alaska
dealers load up with the choicest skins
they can get from the Eskimos and
bring them to the Montreal auctions,
where they barter them for wolverine
skins, which they take hack to Alaska
j for the adornment of the Eskimo
I onv:x and belles. The Eskimos are
satisfied and the various bartering
processes are not done without profit.
The Struggle Discourages Many a
Citizen of O’Neill.
Around all day with an aching back,
Can’t rest at night;
Enough to make any one “give out.”
Doan’s Pills are helping thousands.
They are for kidney backache;
And other kidney ills.
Here is O’Neill proof of their merit:
Mrs. Minnie Bowen, says: “I had
backache and a heavy dull pain in my
kidneys that seemed to wear me all
opt. I couldn’t get much rest at night
and it was all I could do to keep at my
work. There was a severe pain in the
back of my head and through my
shoulders. My kidneys were weak,
causing a great deal of annoyance.
Doan’s Pills relieved me completely.
FOUR YEARS LATER, Mrs. Bow
en added: “I still think Doan’s are a
good kindey medicine. It has been a
long time since I have had need of a
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Pills—the same that Mrs.
Bowen had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
OUR STORE THIS YEAR HAS THE CHOICEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
In Holiday Goods
WE HAVE RINGS OF ALL KINDS. PLAIN STONE, AND DIAMOND;
CUFF BUTTONS, WATCHES, WATCH FOBS, LOCKETS, SILVER
WARE, VIOLINS AND KODAKS, ANY OF WHICH WOULD
MAKE A BEAUTIFUL AND LASTING PRESENT
WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF EASTMAN’S KODAKS
W. B. GRAVES, Jeweler
The ever busy scientific research
worker in his laboratory has succeed
ed in making a superior grade of rub
ber from the cactus so widely found
in the southwestern United States. In
South Africa a man has found a way
of converting the juice of the prickly
pear into industrial alcohol. Probably
our dandelions and daisies and butter
cups contain alcohol, too. Perhaps
some day Winnipeg will ship her old
people and invalids to Baffin land in
the summer and the West Indies in
the winter in flying machines driven
with weed-made alcohol fuel. And*our
heating and cooking and lighting and
transportation and factory power may
come from sea-power. The ebb and
flow of the tides furnishes an inex
haustible reservoir of electric power.
Above Bristol on. the Severn river in
England, a great project is being
planned to dam the river and utilize
the ebb and flow of the tide for elec
tric power purposes. The high spring
tides rise forty feet there.
(First publication Nov. 22.)
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL.
Estate No. 1634.
In the County Court of Holt County,
Nebraska, November 20, 1923.
In the matter of the Estate of Joachim
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion has been filed in said Court for the
probate of a written instrument pur
porting to be the last will and testa
ment of Joachim Wabs, Deceased, and
for the appointment of Roman Rhode,
as executor thereof; that December
12, 1923, at 10 o’clock A. M., has been
set for hearing said petition and .prov
ing said instrument in said Court when
all persons concerned may appear and
contest the probate thereof.
(County Court Seal.)
C. J. MALONE,
25-3 County Judge.
JNEW FEED STORE!
In the Roberts Barn
in connection with the
Feed Barn. All kinds of
feeds and hay carried
in stock. We make de
We do custom grinding.
Office, 336. Re3. 270 or 303
ROBERTS & HOUGH
H .L. BENNETT
Phone 304. Day or Night.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday morning service 10:80 a. m.,
Sunday School 11:30 a. m., Christian
Endeavor 6:45 p. m. Evening service
at 7:30 p. m. Sunday.
Midweek Service, Wednesday 8:00
HOT SPRINGS CLINIC SPECIALIZING IN
MEDICINE, SURGERY, RADIUM, X-RAY
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Particular Attention Given To
TREATMENT OF CANCER AND
Clinical Laboratories Hot Springs, South Dakota
The Christmas Dinner
Our store is full of things that will add to the Christ
mas dinner. Among the many
good things are:
Meats of All Kiri
Grape Fruit, Figs
Our assortment of canned
goods is new and fresh
PHONE 35. O’NEILL, NEBRASKA
Two good smokes for fifteen cents
Where good cigars are sold
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