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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1924)
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VOLUMN XLIV. O’NEILL, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY, MARCH 6,1924. N0 40
New Merchandise Arriving* Daily For
Every Department of Our Store, AlltOIl Toy.
WHO SAVES MONEY?
Who are tihe folks who always, have
an account at the savings bank?
The successful people—the men’ and
women of fair to large incomes.
Almost all of them started with
only a dollar, too. Now they are able
to deposit comfortable sums every
once in awhile—and all because the
first dollar was saved.
Follow their example. From a
small depositor, you, too, may become
a large one. We pay 5% interest on
The Nebraska State Bank
Get the gun oiled for the crow hunt.
A son was bom last Sunday to Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. French, of Page.
Lent began Wednesday, March 5th.
Easter Sunday comes on April 20th
Mrs. Clifford B. .Scott entertained
the Et-A-Virp club at her home Fri
Col. James Moore shipped a carload
of fat cattle to the Omaha markets
the first of the week.
A daughter was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole, residing eight
miles northeast of O’Neill.
b. C. Peters returned home Sunday
night from a ten weeks visit with his
mother and sister in Omaha,
Art Wyant returned home Friday
evening with a Star sedan which was
purchased by Dr. L, A. Carter.
A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Oberle, Monday morning, at
the Gilligan hospital in this city.
Come out and boost for the Public
School. Attend the Parent-Teacher’s
Association meeting next Tuesday.
Many prizes will be hung up for
the boys who destroys the eggs and
kill the crows during the crow hunt.
For an educational treat attend the
Farent-Teacher’s , Association pro
gram at the Public School next Tues
The Woman’s Working Society of
the Presbyterian church will meet
with Mrs. C. B. Scott on Thursday,
James H. Berryman, of Bassett,
has filed on the non-political ticket,
for the office of Judge of the Fif
teenth Judicial district).
The last dance before the lenten
season began was held at the Knights
of Columbus hall last Friday night.
A large crowd was present.
Miss Mary Harrington, who recently,
submitted to an operation for ap-\
pendicitis at St. Catherines Hospital in
Omaha, is recovering rapidly.
The W. C. T. U. met at the home
of Mrs. Geo. Bressler, Tuesday, March
4th. There will be an apron and food
sale the 28th and 29th of March.
GET READY AND WAIT
Nq man knows the hour
when opportunity will come,
There is no use watching
and waiting for it unless you
are getting ready for it.
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This bank carries no indebtedness
of officers or stockholders.
Resources over $600,000.00
Frank Hopkins came up from
Omaha and spent several days here
last week looking after business mat
ters and visiting with old time friends.
George Harrington came home Sat
urday evening from Omaha where he
witnessed the bout between Schlaifer
and Simonich promoted by Bemie
Boyle before the Nonpareil club of
The Chase-Lister company were at
the opera house Monday and Tuesday
evenings of this week. They have a
very good company and played to
fairly good audiences considering the
On Tuesday, March 26th Miss
KatheHne A. Hennessy will give a
literar; ort»-*ainment at St. Mary’s
Ajcadrr - - subject will be Canon
Sheeh T . of Doneraile. Tickets
for sale at fifty -ents.
The Handir - Cream Company have
rented the Merchants hotel and will
move their fixtures thereto on Mon
day. The new location will give tlhe
company more room in which to
handle their cream business.
M. F. Kirwan drove to Atkinson
last Saturday to make arrangements
with Mose Campbell for the big crow
hunt that will begin in Holt county
on the fifteenth of this month. Mr.
Campbell is the captain of the west
half of the county.
. Judge Robert R. Dickson accompa
nied by Court Reporter C. B. Scott,
opened the regular term of court in
Butte, Nebraska, last Monday morn
ing. A large number of cases are on
the docket to be tried at this term.
We understand that several automo
bile cases will come up at thi3 session.
Petitions have been in circulation
during the past week for Dr. J. P.
Gilligan for Mayor; C. P. Hancock for
City Treasurer; E. T. Campbell for
City Clerk; George Bay for council
man Second Ward; T. F. Birmingham
for councilman First Ward and Mike
Johnson for councilman Third Ward.
Clarence Zimmerman is suffering
with a badly injured eye which he re
ceived while chopping a stick of wood
with a hammer last Sunday. The stick
struck the eyeball rupturing a blood
vessel. Local physicians are caring
for the injured member. Hopes are
entertained that the sight will be
Russell Tetard, proprietor of the
Geneva Motor Oo., formerly of Cham
bers, led all Ford agencies in Iowa,
South Dakota and Nebraska, excepting
the agency at Omaha, in the sale of
cars during the first ten days of Feb
ruary. Mr. Tetard disposed of seven
carloads during the first forty days of
A daughter was born Wednesday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Prank Peter,
residing south of O’Neill.
Father Flannigan and Father Sten
son, of Omaha, arrived here Sunday
night to attend the funeral services
of Mrs. John Dwyer which was held
iJohn A. Robertson paid his filing
fee to the county treasurer Wednes
day and filed for the office of State
Senator for the 22nd Senatorial dis
trict, on the democrat ticket.
Mrs. C. B. Scott and daughter, Miss
Ruth, went to Sioux City Wednesday
for a visit at the Henry Page home at
Leeds, and also to hear the famous
Austrian violinist, Fritz Kriesler, who
gave an entertainment in the city
Mrs. J. J. Harrington returned
home Saturday night from a several
weeks stay with her daughter, Mrs. E.
F. Buelow, at Racine, Wisconsin. Mrs.
Buelow has fully recovered from an
operation for appendicitis to which
she submitted several weeks ago.
J. M. Hunter has accepted the filing
made for him a few days ago by his
friends, for the office of Representa
tive of the 64th District, on the re
publican ticket. L. G. Gillespie is the
only other candidate to file for this
office on the republican ticket thus far.
I . F!. Skidmore filed on the republi
can ticket. Wednesday morning, for
the office of Supervisor for the Fourth
district to succeed himself. Mr. Skid
more has successfully represented his
district on tihe board for I the past four
years and has been on the job all the
time for the best interests of his dis
trict and for. the county in general.
The Larson brothers loaded their
personal effects and shipped them to
their new home at Mead, Nebraska,
Wednesday. Andrew and ;Edward
accompanied the shipment. Charles
Larson left today . Mrs.. Edward Lar
son will remain here for a couple of
weeks before going to Mead. The
Itfftrson brothers recently purchased
l20 acres of land near Meed, in
Saunders county. They have not dis
posed of their Holt county land.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Griffith returned
home Tuesday morning from a several
months visit with their daughter,
Miss Jennie, at Fresno, California.
They-came home by way of Van
couver, Washington, where they
visited for a time at the home of their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben De
Yarman and family, formerly of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith are very
well pleased with California, but
Frank says that he is going to still
reside on the home place at Meek.
Dr. T. J. Dwyer and Dr. John R.
Dwyer, of Omaha, and Mrs. H.
Keefer, of Denver, were here Monday
to attend the funeral of their mother,
Mrs. John Dwyer. The doctors re
turned to Omaha early in the week.
Mrs. Keefer will remain here for a
visit with relatives and friends.
A filing has been made on the re
publican ticket, for William Leonard
Fhilley, of Ewing, as a candidate for
the office of State Senator of the 22nd
Senatorial district. Mr. Philley has
not yet accepted for the reason that
he was called to Iowa by the serious
illness of his mother. It is understood
that he will accept the filing and be
come a candidate for the office.
P. E. McKillip was in the city Tues
0 Angest, the new manager for the
Minnesota Electric Distributing Co.
at O’Neill, arrived the first of the
week, and has taken charge of the
work. Mr. Angest has been manager
of the oompanys interest at Harting
ton, Bloomfield and Wausa. He has
rented a house in the southeast part
of the city and will move his family
here soon. G. W. Myers, the former
manager will remain here until about
the 15th when he expects bo move to
Cush uners & F ‘ends
During the month of March we will share our profits with our customers:
March 10,17, 24 and 31
We will sell all Shoes at 20% Discount
. — .nil
March 13, 20 and 27
We will sell Yardage, that is all piece goods, such as Percales and Ginghams etc., at 20% Discount
March 12,19 and 26
We will sell Men’s Shirts, both Dress and Work at 20% Discount.
March 7,14, 21 and 28
We will sell all Underwear both Mens’ and W omen’s at 20% Discount.
March 11,18 and 25
We will sell Ladies’ Coats and Dresses, Sweaters for Ladies and Men, Leather Vests and Coats
at 20% Discount. y
On these days and on none others you can buy these goods at this Discount. Come in and look
our prices over. If you can’t save money don’t buy.
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