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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1923)
We Have Everything* In Our Big* Stock That
You Would Wish To Buy
HEAD AND LEAF LETTUCE
100-Piece China Dinner Set........... $50.00
100-Piece Dinner Set........ $45.00
100-Piece Dinner Set........ $35.00
42-Piece Breakfast Set........... $15.00
42-Piece Breakfast Set............. $12.00
CUT GLASS AT SPECIAL PRICES
J. C. Horiskey, O’Neill
(Continued from page four.)
nunciation contest on the cities of
Europe. The side mispronouncing the
least words wins.
The girls of the Home Economics
class studied meat last week. They
learned the location of the various
cuts, their uses and their relative
costs. The three general ways of
cooking the tender cuts of beef are:
Boiling; Pan-broiling and roasting.
The three methods of cooking tough
cuts are: Soup-making, stewing
and pot-roasting and braising.
Meat was cooked these different
ways in the laboratory.
This week the girls have been mak
ing salad dressing and salads. One
dozen different kinds were made in
cluding the following: Santa Claus,
butterfly, New Year’s orange cups
baskets, apjple cups, Waldorf and
many other combinations.
Remember the Public Land Sale at
the K. C. Hall in O'Neill, on Thursday,
December 27, at 2:00 o’clock. Farm
known as the John Heenan homestead,
NW14 34-30-12 will be sold at auction.
PURE HOME RENDERED LARD. ORDER
DUCKS AND TURKEYS FOR
F. H. LANCASTER,
Before buying your Christmas gifts come in and
let us show you our electrical appliances.
I & useful gift is always appreciated.
Minnesota Electric Distributing
Second door south O’Neill National Bank.
The dates for Eighth grade ex
amination have not yet been set by
the State Superintendent. All teach
ers in the county will be notified im
mediately upon receipt of definite
dates from the State Superintendent.
The next teacher’s examination will
be given Saturday, January 19,1923.
Two hundred fifty-eight applicants
were registered for county and life
certificate subjects at the October 20th
teacher’s examination and one hundred
sixty-eight, at the December 1st teach
A number ot teachers in this county
are taking courses in absentia from
the State Normals and the University
of Nebraska. Excellent courses are
being offered. These courses cannot
be used in lieu of Normal Training,
but can be applied on the renewal cer
tificates and earning college hours’
credit. This is a splendid opportunity
to broaden one’s knowledge without in
curring much expense.
Teachers'who will be required to re
new their certificates next year would
derive much benefit from this work if
taken up now.
The new Educational Directory for
this county will soon be ready for dis
tribution. Each secretary of the
school board and each teacher will re
ceive a copy.
The State Department of Education
is now preparing a new course of study
for the elementary schools. This new
course will be introduced into the
schools of the State next year, a copy
of this course will be sent to any
teacher in the county upon request.
All articles belonging to the educa
tional exhibit will be returned to their
respective owners if called for at the
An extra'-supply of the “Fire Pre
vention Home Inspection Blanks for
School Pupils” has been received and
cdpies of same will be mailed to teach
ers upon their request.
Seventy-three schools have been
visited since October 3. Many schools
have had the interiors and exteriors
painted also many other improvements
have been made since last year, among
the foremost are, the several beauti
ful new buildings.
The following schools have had pro
grams and box socials recently: Dis
trict No. 157, teacher, Lucille Hough,
the proceeds were $25.00. An organ
and picture were purchased for the
school. District No. 19, Minnie Sholtr,
teacher, the proceeds were $20.05, for
which article for the school were pur
chased. District No. 16, Winifred
Murray, teacher, proceeds $23.00. En
cyclopedias were secured for the
school. District No. 169, Mary Stolte,
teacher, proceeds $25.10, for which
library books and other supplies were
purchased. District No. 36, Alice
O’Neill, teacher, proceeds $21.00. Sup
plies to carry on a Hot Lunch Project
Premium lists for the educational
exhibit will be mailed out soon. Speci
man books for exhibit work will be
furnished from this office to all who
can make use of them.
Buy Hef A Dodge
I have several 1924 Dodge cars on the floor that
will make the wife a beautiful Christmas present.
The 1924 model is one of the easiest riding cars
on the market. The Dodge car is known throughout
the country as the best acr for the money.
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Call at the garage and look them over.
A. G. Wya^rvt
The Annual meeting of Holt County
Farmers’ Union will be held on Tues
day, December 18th, at 1 p. m. at K.
C. Hall, O’Neill. All members are in
J. B. DONOHOE,
The Frontier, only $2.00 per year.
REACHING THE SPOT.
It Has Been Done, So Scores of
. O’Neill Citizens Say.
To get rid of an aching back,
The sharp twinges,
The tired-out feelings,
You must reach the spot—get at
In many cases ’tis the kidneys.
Doan's Pills are for weak kidneys.
O’Neill citizens testify.
Ask your neighbor!
J. M. Ashley, O’Neill, says: “My
back has bothered me and pained so I
could hardly keep going. Sharp pains
darted through the small of my back
and the kidney secretions were high
ly colored and unnatural. The last
attack came on after having the meas
les. After taking the first few of
Doan’s Pills I could see a change for
the better and kept on with them until
I had used three boxes which I got at
Reardon Bros.’ Drug Store. I was
cured of the trouble and my kidneys
were put in a strong and healthy con
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Pills—the same that Mr. Ash
ley had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mrfs.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
(Julius D. Cronin, Attorney)
ORDER OF HEARING OF PROBATE
OF FOREIGN WILL.
The State of Nebraska Holt County,
In the Probate Court of said County.
In the matter of the Estate of
Thomas McNally, Deceased.
On this 11th day of December, A.
D., 1923, Nora McNally filed her peti
tion in this court, and presented an
authenticated copy of the last will and
testament of Thomas McNally, de
ceased, late of the County of Mont
gomery, State of Ohio, the prayer of
said petitioner being that a day be
fixed by this Court for the purpose of
approving and allowing said last will
and testament of Thomas McNally,and
causing the same to be filed arid re
corded in this office. It is therefore
ORDERED, That Friday, the 4th
day of January, A. D, 1923, at ten
o’clock A. M. be fixed for hearing said
petition, when all persons interested
in said matter may aippear and show
cause why the prayer of said petition,
should not be granted; and that notice
of the (pendency of said petition and
the hearing thereof, be given to all
persons interested in said matter, by
publishing a copy of this order in The
Frontier, a weekly newspaper .printed
in said county, for three weeks prior
to said day of hearing.
(Seal of County Court.)
C. J. MALONE,
28-3 County Judge.
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romping through a play of sunshine
And International News Reel
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THE MAN WHO SAW TOMORROW
4 Reels of “Jamestown”
Second of the Yale Cronicles
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Mary Alden and Elinor Fair in
“HAS THE WORLD GONE MAD”
See the ruthless X-Ray of modem
life! Society grown haggard by the
terrific pace! Extravagance! -Indict
ment of a bubble-world that is head
ing towards God knows what.
“Extra Girl.” “West Bound Limit
ed.” “Safety Last.”
A Musical Gift
Is the most appreciated Christ
mas Gift of all.
Wellington Pianos l.~.$350.00
Can be purchased on your own
terms, Freight Paid and Deliver
ed wih a fine music compartment
and bench free. These instru
ments are sold direct from
factory to you through A. E.
Bowen, Factory Representative,
at O’Neill, Nebraska.
Pathe Phonographs are better
Cabinet Models, $75.00; $85.00;
$100.00; on easy terms, with ten
Bowen’s Racket Store,
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