The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 02, 1924, Image 1
The Frontier. ,IM ‘ » <— ' *«' — " ‘ — ■ — ■■■■ 11 ■■■*"■*" ** " ' '' ' ■" * " —" "" ' 1 .. .. ' —. II I ! II llll-a 1 i -- —■ *" ' « ‘ VOLUMN XLV. O'NEILL, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1924. NO. 18. LOCAL MATTERS. John Kersenbrock went to Osmond Monday evening. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Musil last Saturday. Miss Helen Biglin spent several days last week visiting in Sioux City. Mrs. W. H. LaPage and daughter, of Lincoln, are visiting relatives in the city. J. F. Gallagher was looking after business matters in Columbus last Saturday. Leonard Heiss, of Page, purchased a new Dodge touring car of J. M. Seybold last Thursday. Judge R. R. Dickson and Reporter C. B. Scott were holding court at Springview last week. Mrs. J. M. Seybold went to Omaha Thursday morning where she will re ceive treatment in a hospital. Miss Margaret Zuehlke is clerking in Smith Bros, general merchandise store at Chambers. J. P. Golden spent several days last week visiting with O’Neill relatives and enjoying the Holt county fair. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Smith and family, of Tilden, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thomp son. John N. Johnson, formerly of this locality, came down from Newport, last Friday for a short visit at the fair. J. M. Sybold was in Norfolk last Wednesday. He drove home a new Dodge coupe which he has on display in- his show rooms. Harold Hammond went to Omaha last week for a visit with relatives before returning to Los Angeles, Cali fornia, where he is attending college. Bob Simmons, republican candidate for congress from this district spent several days in O’Neill and vicinity last week taking in the fair and shak ing hands with the voters. Charles Pettijohn came down from the ranch in the northwest part of the county, Thursday and spent a couple of days visiting with his wife and in specting the exhibits at the fair. Mrs. Will Turner and little daugh ter, of Orchard, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tomlinson, while Will is enjoy ing a hunting trip in Cherry county. Atkinson Graphic, Sept. 26: Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Pat Barrett, September 22, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ramold, September 18, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen, Sep tember 16, a daughter. i Wilton Wyant was arraigned in Judge Campbell’s court last Saturday charged with the theft of a barrel of oil from the Texico Company. He • ■" was found guilty by the court and given a sentence of thirty days in jail. Judge R. R. Dickson went to Rush ville, Monday morning, where he is holding court for Judge Westover. this week. Judge Dickson and Reporter C. B. Scott will go to Butte Sunday where court will convene Monday morning. Ralph Davidson came down from Buffalo Gap, South Dakota, last week for a visit with his wife. Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Ralph David son and Mrs. James Davidson drove to Sioux City, Iowa, for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I'av:dson. Robert R. Dickson, Grand Master of the Masonic order in Nebraska, was in Columbus last Saturday where he officiated at the laying of the corner stone of the new $300,000 school build ing which is now under construction. The exercises took place at 2:30 in the afternoon. . f Mrs. Clarence Rasley went to Nor folk this morning. The next teachers examination will be held November 22, 1924. Miss Bridget Carr returned from Omaha Thursday after a week’s stay. A son was born to Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hutchins Sunday, September 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Finley came up from Norfolk and visited the fair last week. Mrs. Pat Regan visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carr and attended the fair last week. Mrs. W. A. Boris, of Stafford, visit ed at the John Carr home last week and attended the fair. It is “rumored” that Bill Graves got the limit from the first covey of chick ens that he got up Tuesday. The O’Neill ball team are playing Verdel at Spencer today for a side bet of $200.00 and the gate receipts. Miss Bridget Carr left for Omaha this morning to have dental work done and visit the O’Neill girls in Omaha. Earl Moss arrived here Saturday from Chicago for a visit with his brother Ira and with his parents at Atkinson. Mrs. Della Shaw came home Sun day from an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Planck, at Spearfish, South Dakota. Mrs. David Loy was taken to Oma ha last Friday for medical treatment. Late reports are to the effect that she is improving nicely. Miss Katherine Armbuster, of Stan ton, and Miss Leona Barker, of Greg ory, South Dakota, were house guests of Miss Bridget and Miss Agnes Carr during the Holt county fair. Miss Nell O’Donnell, formerly of O’Neill, is the champion of the woman golfers of the Cheyenne country club, winning the title in the golf tourna ment just concluded at the club. H. J. Reardon has been appointed District Deputy of the Knights of Columbus for this district which in cludes the towns of Emerson, Hart ington, Creighton, Norfolk and O’Neill. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martin ar rived home Saturday from a three months’ stay at Marshfield, Oregon. They are at the home of Mrs. Martin’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Craig, southwest of O’Neill. Jens Johnson driving a car with a very dim light ran into Hugh Mc Kenna’s Dodge car Saturday night as Hugh was about to turn into his place north of O’Neill. We understand the accident was caused by the glare of the headlights. Both cars were damaged. The town has been overflowing with hunters this week on their way to the western counties in order to be at the good hunting ground when the chicken season opens October 1. A number of local nimrods have been out yesterday and today and report fairly good bags of chickens. Leo Carney suffered a refracture of the leg, Tuesday morning while em ployed with a grading crew in Grat tan township. Leo was thrown from a horse in such a way as to break the leg in the same place as the original break last summer which he sustained while playing ball. Saturday night the thermometer registered 31 degrees above zero. Sunday night the minimum ther mometer showed 29 degrees above. Ice was in evidence Monday morning. The tomatoes and many of the out door flowers were frost bitten either Saturday or Sunday evening. The leaves have begun to fall from the trees and the appearance of autumn is now in evidence. If Serving Were All If just the putting away of money were the only object of saving, it would be of little benefit. The de positor would be simply a miser. Money is meant to be used, wisely and with regard to real needs and wants. Wise investments can be made only with ready money and a savings account furnishes ready money. We stand ready and eager at all times to advise our depositors of good investments—.places fajr the money they have saved. Open your account here today. We pay 4 per cent in terest on savings. We Pay 5% On Savings. *. , . . «■ I The Nebraska State The Woman’s Working Society of the Presbyterian church will meet October 9th, for an all day session at the home of Mrs. J. H. Wise, Mrs. Chas. Pettijohn entertaining. Lunch eon will be served at one o'clock. James F. O’Donnell and James A. Donohoe left Wednesday afternoon for the hunting lodge south of Ewing, where they will assist Gol. Newt Trommershausser and a party of Omaha and Norfolk friends m annihi lating a few of the ferocious ducks and prairie chickens which infest the neighborhood. Stuart Advocate: Bom to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Amerine, a baby hoy, September 22, 1924. * * * Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Alois Deermer; Septem ber 21, 1924, a baby boy. * * * A lit tle daughter was bom to Dr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson at the Metho dist hospital at Omaha on Tuesday, September 16, 1924. Joe Meredith says that he in com pany with four other fellows were hunting Tuesday and will put up their record accompanied by a substan tial side bet that there were no other five fellows hunting Tuesday that got so little game as their gang did con sidering the amount of chickens that they saw and shells used. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirkwood, of Stan ton, and Ray Wells, of Omaha, are expected today for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warner. The entire party including Mr. and Mrs. Warner expect to go on a hunt ing trip south of Valentine Monday. They will be away about one week. Wesley Sanford of this city and Ora Downey, of Page, have arranged to open a first class restaurant in Ew ing. They have secured the fixtures that were formerly in the Virginia cafe in this city and Tuesday moved them to Ewing. The boys understand the business and no doubt will make a success of the undertaking in Ewing. Zeb Warner is rusticating among the hills of his boyhood days near Point Pleasant, West Virginia, where he resided forty years ago. Fred Warner enjoyed teaching school for a few hours in the school house where his father attended school. Zpb says that the country has changed so that he can hardly recognize any place that he formerly knew. W. J. Dtpough, accompanied by his parents arrived here last Friday afternoon from Clyde, Kansas, on their way to the Mayo hospi tal at Rochester, Minnesota, where his mother will receive treatmentr W. J. will also submit to an examination for ailments that have been troubling him for some time. Mrs. McDonough is* at Clyde, Kansas. George M. Harrington departed Tuesday night for Hot Springs, South Dakota, where he will become assist ant superintendent and treasurer of the Hot Springs Water, Light & Power Company. Mrs. Bert Wattles, a sister of Mr. Harrington, is the principal stockholder in the company and it is to look after her interests that Mr. Harrington is going to Hot Springs. Lincoln Sunday papers contained the list of 395 men pledged to the Greek letter fraternities of the state university. Ralph Mellor, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mellor is pledged to Phi Delta Chi, as is Charles Dickey, of Spencer. These two were the only students from north Nebraska whose names appeared in the lists. Before a student may be pledged he must first be passed by a faculty member who investigates his high school con nections. Those who were members of high school fraternities are not allowed to join the college societies. PENBROOK McMAIANS. The remains of Penbrook McMaians, a former resident of the Phoenix neighborhood, arrived in O’Neill last Friday night from the I. O. 0. F. home at York, Nebraska, where he had died a few days before. Mr. Mc Maians has been an inmate of the home for the past two years, going to the home from Shickley, Nebraska, and was a member of the Shickley lodge, No. 194. The remains were laid to rest Sat urday afternoon beside those of Mrs. McMaians in the Phoenix cemetery, following a short service conducted by Rev. J. A. Hutchins. Penbrook McMaians was torn in Ohio, December 24, 1844, and died in the Odd Fellows Home at York, Ne braska, September 25, 1924. He moved with his parents to the state of Illinois in 1852. He came to Ne braska in the spring of 1884. He was married to Carlina E. Beach, of Princeville, Illinois, Febru ary 23, 1882. To this union was born a child, Alvian. The mother and son died in 1908. He united with the United Bretheren church at Mart land, Nebraska, in 1892. MR. AND MRS. HENRY BOSE CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (Stuart Advocate, Sept. 25.) Last Thursday was the fiftieth an niversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bose, of Stuart, and their relatives and many friends united in celebrating the event in a very fitting manner. The Golden Wedding Mass was cele brated in St. Boniface church Thurs day morning, and at noon a fine din ner was served in the C. K. of A. hall, for the aged couple and their rela tives. The aftlemoon was spent in a good old-fashioned vist by those present, and in the evening a big supper was served to a host of friends in addition tto the relatives, also in the C. K. of A. hall. After supper those who so desired, spent the evening in dancing while others played cards and everyone had a mighty good time. A fine upholstered leather rocking chair was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Bose by their many friends, as a slight token of tiheir esteem. THE SHAMROCKS LOSE TO ATKINSON The O’Neill and Atkinson teams met Friday, the last day of the Holt county fair, and would have played a real game of ball had it not been for the cold weather and extremely high wind that prevailed during the after noon. The game was a good one for about five innings. The score at this point was 2 to 1 in favor of the home team. In the sixth inning Atkinson run in seven scores and again in the seventh they did the same thing over. In the eighth Atkinson took four. O’Neill took four scores in the seventh, one in the eighth and three in the tenth. Holiday pitched the last inning for O’Neill. The line-up: Atkinson— O’Neill— Peterson, 2b Willging, 2b Carroll, ss Kennedy, ss W.Troshynski,rf Holiday, rf Rouse, lb Harrington, 3b Mercer, c Higenbotham, lb Gilpin, 3b Ford, c T.Troshynsl i.t r Martin, If A. Miller, If Angst, cf Delay, p Peterson, p Atkinson . 00001774 x—19 O’Neill . 10100041 3—10 Batteries: Atkinson, Delay and Mercer. O’Neill, Persons, Holiday and Ford. Strikeouts: By Persons, 7; by Holiday 1; by Delay 7. Two base ^its: Persons, Holiday. Home runs: Holiday, Martin. Hits: Off Persons, 17; off Delay, 11* W. C. T. U. NOTES. The baby healtih conference con ducted by the Womans Christian Temperance Union at the Holt county fair grounds September 25th and 26th, was a decided success. Miss Young, a state nurse, took charge of the babies. A large number were weighed, meas ured and examined. The mothers given free advice where needed. The Union wishes to thank the county doctors who grave their serv ices. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Uttley on Tuesday, Oc tober 7th, at 3:00 p. m. Roll call. My ambition for the Union /or the coming year. Visitors cordially in vited. i • TKis Is No JosK The service of this bank brings you close up to opportunity. And this bank is interested in the success of its customers. Try this bank for service and suc cess. This bank carries no indebtedness of officers or stockholders. Resources over $600,000.00 15/>e O’Neill National Bank FORMER STUART FAMILY IN RELIEF WORK (World Herald.) Mrs. Charles R. Gannaway, for merly of Stuart, Nebraska, who has spent the last five years in Near East Relief work in Turkey, and her five-year-old adopted daughter Zadi, arrived in Omaha Saturday to spend this week speaking at meetings ar ranged by W. J. Shallcross, director of the Omaha headquarters. Mrs. Gannaway will speak Monday noon at the Y. M. C. A., at a Dutch treat luncheon, which is open to the pubdlc. Little Zadi is a beautiful and in telligent Armenian child. She was rescued from the Turks and starva tion, and has been legally adopted by Mrs. Gannaway and her husband, Dr. Gannaway, who is now in Greece. At an intelligence test recently held at the Cheney Normal school, Spokane, Washington, by Dr. D. A. Barber, Zadi registered 134 points, while the the average for a five year old Ameri can child is 120 points. APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. O’Neill, September 26th. Joseph Bruenning, St. Helena, Neb. Catherine Schneider, Stuart, Neb. Stock Sale We will sell at public sale at the Ditch Camp ranch, four miles southwest of O’Neill, beginning at one o’clock, on Thursday, October 9th =280™* Head of Feeders 0 Consisting of— 100 head of 3-year-old steers, mostly Whitefaces. Good quality. 45 head of cows, three to six years old. 45 head of sucking calves. 50 head of yearling steers—Shorthorns and Whitefaces. 30 head of yearling heifers—Shorthorns and Whitefaces. 10 head of milch cows; some fresh and the balance springing. These are all native cattle and are good quality. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. BRING YOUR TIN CUPS. TERMS—12 months’ time will be given on all sums over $10.00 with approved security and 10 per cent interest. $10.00 and under cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Everett Brown Son COLS. MISKIMINS AND MOORE, Aucts. NEBR. STATE BANK, Clerk.