Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1924)
THERE IS A DIFFER
Better banking service
depends upon the personal
interest the banker takes in
It is human to like atten
tion and our aim is to give
our customers a service that
makes this bank known be
cause of personal interest in
This bank carries no indebtedness
of officers or stockholders.
Resources over $600,000.00
''home of good’pictures” "
-- FRIDAY -
Anna Q. Neilson in
-- SATURDAY -
Hoot Gibson in
“THE THRILL CHASER”
Comedy and Fables
-SUNDAY & MONDAY
Leah Baird, Noah Berry, John Bow
ers and Mitchell Lewis in
“THE DESTROYING ANGEL”
Action, Thrills and Laughter
Society girl disappears on her wed
A love chase with more thrills, and
laughs and fun than were ever
crowded into one solid hour before.
2-Fteel Comedy, News Reel
— TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY —
Gloria Swanson and Ralph Graves in
See Gloria as the reckless modern
girl, eager to taste forbidden fruit,
gorgeously gowned. Shockingly dar
ing. You’ll like it.
- THURSDAY & FRIDAY -
Walter Harris and Jacqueline Logan
“MR. BILLINGS SEENS HIS DIME”
One day a ribbon clerk down to his
last dime: and next, sitting on the
top of the world and bossing a nation.
He could' win in love making or tor
adoring* He was the bee’s sus
- Coming -
“Tea With Kick.”
“Impossible Mrs. Bellow.”
OFFICIAL VOTE CAST
AT THE CITY ELECTION
The city election passed off quietly
last Tuesday in O’Neill. There were
no contestants for any office excepting
for councilman in the second ward
where George Bay and Tom Brennan
were running. Mr. Brennan won by
1st 2d 3d Tl.
J. P. Gilligan .... 41 89 45 175
For City Treasurer
C. P. Hancock .... 41 89 45 175
For City Clerk
Ed. T. Campbell.. 41 96 47 184
For Police Magistrate
M. T. Enright .... 39 86 39 164
T. F. Birmingham 40
Tom Brennan 57
George Bay . 43
Mike Johnson .... 43
For Members of
Frank Biglin . 32 83 42 167
J. C. Harnish .... 38 78 41 157
AN EIGHT O’CLOCK DINNER.
Maurice Downey and Eli Abdouch,
entertained a few friends at the
Golden Hotel Wednesday to an eight
The program was as follows:
Solo—Leslie Smith—Albert Herrick
Piano Solo—Willard Arnold.
After the program the evening was
spent by dancing and cards.
Those present were: McKinley
Simonson, Albert Herrick, Willard
Arnold, Elsie Longstaff, Ardis
Downey, Iola Purcell, Verginia Ros
siter, Edna Bay, Velda Oberlie, Rich
ard Morrison, Merole Hunt, Leslie
Smith, Mrs. Dishner and Miss Roskoff.
To Save Is To
—and, to spend money without a
thought of tomorrow is to be in want
when opportunity calls or when a
needed purchase must be made.
Financial embarrassment never
comes to the man who saves syste
matically. Start your account today
and learn the truth of this statement.
We pay 5 per cent on savings.
The Nebraska State Bank
| REDUCTION SALE ON ALL ART
goods, one week only, beginning Fri
day, April 4.—Donnelly & Dillon. 44
| COOLIDGE DELEGATE TICKET
Take this list to the polls to aid
you in marking your ballot.
To vote for President Coolidge
make an “X” opposite his name
on the ballot.
To vote for Coolidge Delegates
place an “X” opposite the names
of each of the following persons:
! FOE DELEGATES AT LARGE
Vote for SEVEN
0 C. F. RE AVIS
0 A. W. JEFFERIS
0 GEO. N. SEYMOUR
0 E. B. PERRY
0 MRS. DRAPER SMITH
0 GEO. C. JUNKIN
0 BLANCHE WILLIAMS
1 FOR DISTRICT DELEGATES
Vote for TWO
I n. p. McDonald
(xj H. A. COPSEY
WHITE LONGCLOTH GOWNS
stamped for embroidery, $1 and
$1.25.—Donnelly & Dillon. 44-1
840 ACRES LOCATED ON EAGLE
Creek for rent.—Inquire at O’Neill
National Bank. 44-2
NEW BOOK EXCHANGE.
We have installed a book exchange at
our store. Buy the first book for 75c,
exchange it for another book for 10c.
31-13 GRAVES JEWELRY STORE.
Mrs. Albert Klingler and, Mrs. Her
man Klingler were dinner guests of
Mrs. Zeb Warner, of O’Neill, Friday.
Dave Bellar returned to his home
at Newport Monday evening after a
few days visit with his brother, John,
who is very sick.
Much interest was shown at the
election which was held in Chambers,
April 1, 1924. More votes being cast
than at any primary election. Fol
lowing are the number of votes cast
for trustees for two year term:
Hiram Hubbard . 94
Wilson Smith . 81
J. A. O. Woods .. 81
H. J. Porter . 9
E. J. Oxford . 13
Wm. Russ . 19
M. Wirt Hiatt . 7
Mrs. J. L. Greensta-eet is on the
Willie Serk is a victim of the meas
les this week.
Bernice Huston is confined to her
home with an attack of measles.
The children of E. P. Grubb have
been having a seige of the “Fhi” the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holcomb, of
Neligh, were Chambers visitors a few
days last week.
Elmer Michels and daughter, Miss
Goldie, are suffering with a severe
attack of the “Flu.”
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hiatt, of
Amelia, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a baby boy born Saturday, March
Miss iianche beid, who is an in
structor in the Atkinson public
schools, spent the week end at the M.
L. Sageser home west of Chambers.
Mrs. Rachel McCauley, of Atkin
son, candidate for Representative,
was shaking hands with republican
friends in Chambers and Amelia Fri
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Van
Robertson, who has been ill the past
week with whooping cough, compi
cated with Broncho-Pneumonia, is re
porter to be improving.
Mrs. H. U. Hubbard, who was visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Chauncy Por
ter, of O’Neill, was called home Mon
day by the illness of her mother,
Grandma Beil. We are pleased to re
port that Grandma is improving.
Mrs. W. H. Jeffers received word
Sunday that her brother, Wm. Sum
mers, had passed away at Allen, Ne
braska. Owing to sickness Mrs. Jef
fers was unable to attend the funeral
but Mr. Jeffers left for that place
Mrs. H. C. Null received a mes
sage, Saturday, from Rochester, Min
nesota, that Prof. Null, who is in the
hospital at that place, is in a critical
condition. Mrs. Null left early Mon
day morning to be at his bedside.
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER MIL
linery at $3.75, $4.75 and $6.00.—
Donnelly & Dillon. 44-1
- ' > . . mam
JAMES H. BERRYMAN
James H. Berryman candidate for
Judge of the District Court on the
Non-Political ballot in the 15th Judi
cial District is a native of Wisconsin,
lived on a farm until about the age of
21, during this time he received his
common and normal school education
and later taught school and subse
quently attennded the University of
Wisconsin and graduated from its law
department and practiced law with
Judge Miner in Richland Center, Wis
consin, 8 years following, later located
in Creighton, Knox County, and prac
ticed law there for some 22 years
during which time he was County At
torney for two years; has since located
in Rock County and served as County
Attorney for two years and one term
as County Judge. 43-2
In the case of Richland Count,*
against the Village of Richland
Center reported in the 18th North
western Reporter on page 503 the
Supreme Court used the following
language, “This Court has been
greatly aided in the investigation of
this question by the very able brief
of the council on both sides and es
pecially by the brief of the learned
council for the Appellant which re
flects great credit on his ability, learn
ing and research.” Judge Berryman
appeared as Attorney for the Appel
lant and thus received one of the
greatest! compliments ever paid an
Attorney by that Court. 43-2
Judge Berryman submitted his
qualifications to serve the people as
Judge of the 15th Judicial District
on his recoi'd, ability and experience
as a lawyer and upon his honesty and
integrity as a citizen, he stands for
honesty in Government and pledges
himself to the voters if elected that
he will administer the law and the
duties of his office impartially and
judiciously safe guarding the rights of
litigants and will perform his duties
without fear or favor with equal rights
to all and special privileges to none,
lie respectfully solicits the support
of the voters of the 15th Judicial
DAN SWANSON is the present
state commissioner of public lands and
buildings and a candidate for renomi
ration. DAN has increased the reve
nues through his office $210,674.00. A
vote for DAN means a saving to the
To the Voters of the 22nd Senatorial
Mr. Ross Amspoker, of Springview,
is a candidate for the Republican
nomination for State Senator in the
22nd District composed of Holt, Boyd,
Brown, Rock and Keya Paha counties.
For the information of parties who
are not acquainted with Mr. Amspoker
we desire to state that he came to
Keya Paha couny with his parents in
1884 and has since resided at, or near
Springview; he graduated from the
University of Nebraska in 1903, and
the same year was elected County
_Drink More Milk
•Beginning April 1st, I will deliver Cream and
Milk both morning and evening.
Herd officially tested.
Phone 84. F. H, Lancaster
MEDICINE, SURGERY, EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
cancer HOT SPRINGS CLINIC »S
CLINICAL Specializing in of CHILDREN
LABORATORY HOT SPRINGS, SO. DAK. TUBERCULOSIS
John J. Melvin
Democratic Candidate For County Assessor.
Primaries April 8,1924.
Your Support Will Be Appreciated.
BEATRICE CREAM STATION
We expect to be ready by the last of week to
buy cream in what is known as Eager Building, and
promise our patrons fair treatment. We will also
buy Poultry and Eggs and sell Oats, Corn, Cracked
Corn, Chick Feed, Bran and Shorts. Give us a trial.
A. C. MORTON, Manager
Treasurer, and was reelected in 1906.
Since that time he has served as
County Attorney, and at the present
nne he is a member of the House of
Representatives from the 78th Dist
rict composed of Brown, Rock and
Keya Paha counties.
For a number of years Mr. Ams
poker has been actively engaged in the
law business in Springview, but has
always had considerable farm and
ranch interests; he is a man of prop
erty and a heavy tax payer, and is
vitally interested in all questions that
affect north Nebraska.
No Senator has ever been elected
from the west'end of the District. Mr.
Amspoker has had the training and ex
perience to fit him for the position,
and we feel that he will make an ac
We therefore ask the people in the
east end of the District to give Mr.
Amspoker their active support at the
Primary on April 8th.
• Charles Henneman.
W. S. Hallock,
A. W. Scattergood.
H. J. White, M. D.
C. T. Bowen,
Effective March 1, 1924
New Rate Old Rate Reduction
per per per
K.W.H. K.W.H. K.W.H.
First 50 K. W. H. Used per Month..... 17c 18c lc
Next 50 K. W. H. Used per Month.. 16c 17c lc
Next 100 K. W. H. Used per Month.. 15c 16c lc
Next 100 K. W. H. Used per Month..... 14c 15c lc
Next 100 K. W. H. Used per Month... 13c 15c 2c
Next 100 K. W. H. Used per Month. 12c 15c 3c
Over 500 K. W. H. Used per Month ..-.-. 11c 15c 4c
Minimum Charge....... $1.50 $1.88 38c
No Penalty if bill is paid on or before the 7th of the month.
lc per K. W. H. Penalty if bill is paid on 8th to 15th of month inclusive.
2c per K. W. H. Penalty if bill is paid on 16th of month or later.
This voluntary reduction in lighting rates is made possible by reduced ex
penses resulting from our management of this property and also due to our
discounting the future in that we believe these reduced rates will increase our
volume of business. Our policy is to reduce rates whenever possible, although
we expect to maintain rates that will allow us to give the public the very best
service possible and yet allow us a fair profit for ourselves.
O’Neill is the fourteenth town operated by companies controlled by the W.
B. Foshay Co. of Minneapolis that have had their lighting rates voluntarily
reduced as of March 1, 1924.
Minnesota Electric Distributing Company
Powered by Open ONI