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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1924)
THE FERNANDEZ ENTERTAINERS
Hawaii-—that happy land of romance, of music and of gorgeous sunshine
has an ever present appeal and there is always a popular demland fbr our
friends from this little sister republic in the Far Pacific, and for the sweet
melodies they bring.
To meet this demand St. Mary’s Academy has engaged a company of three
native Hamaiian singers and players, the
Fernandez Entertainers, for January 16, 1925.
Watch for further announcements.
BAZAAR AND FOOD SALE,
The annual bazaar and food sale of
the Presbyterian church will bo held
in the dining room of the Golden hotel,
Saturday afternoon, December 13th,
beginning at two o’clock. 27-2
The Frontier, $2.00 Per Year.
Taken up, Wednesday, December 3,
seven head of shoats, weighing about
fifty pounds each. Owner can have
same by paying for advertising and
27-tf MRS. VIOLA MORGAN.
Fits the finest homes or most modest
Thousands of pleased owners will tell
you that a “Kennedy” offers the finest
Never fails to please their listeners.
The tired business man or the house
wife can sit back at ease and enjoy 57
varieties of amusement.
Authorized “Kennedy” Radio Dealer.
Effective December 2
The Ford Motor Company announces new low
prices on all Ford cars. A reduction of $25 on
the Fordor Sedan and lower prices on all other
types, make Ford cars even greater value than
Runabout - - $260
Touring Car - - $290
Coupe - $520
Tudor Sedan - $580
Fordor Sedan - $660
Chassis - $225
Truck Chassis - $365
All Prices f. o. b. Detroit
These are the lowest prices ever offered in the history
of the Ford Motor Company. They create a new
standard of value for motor car transportation.
See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer
Xmas will soon be here and you will find us with the most complete line of Holiday Goods we have
ever had. We have a large assortment of Store Window, Xmas Tree and Home Decorations.
All goods now on display. You can find a present for every member of the family, even Grandma
and Grandpa. Come early and do your Xmas shopping while we have time to show you our entire stock
and you will be better satisfied with your selections.
We will lay your packages away, if you wish, and you can call for them later.
O'Neill Variety Store
f _ W. W. Abbott, Proprietor
“HOME OF GOOD PICTURES*
Bebe Daniels in
- SATURDAY -—
Tom Mix in
-SUNDAY & MONDAY
“MILE A MINUTE ROMEO”
Pola Negri and Jack Holt in
Comedy and News
— TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY —
Alice Brady in
Dempsey-Firpo Fight Pictures
- THURSDAY & FRIDAY -
Mae Allison and Rockcliffe Fellows in
“West Water Tower.”
“East Side West Side.”
STOP THAT BACKACHE!
Many O’Neill Folks Have
Found the Way.
Is a dull, nerve-racking backache
wearing you out? Do yojg feel older
and slower than you shcfeld? Are
you tired, weak and nervous; find it
impossible to be happy, or enjoy the
good times around you ? Then there’s
something wrong and Kkely it’s your
kidneys. Why not get at the cause?
Use Doan’s Pills—a stimulant diur
etic to the kidneys. Your neighbors
recommend Doan’s. Read what this
O’Neill resident says:
R. H. Mills, carpenter, says: “I
have a word of praise for Doan’s Pills
because of the satisfactory relief they
gave me from backache and lameness
in toy back that I had when my kid
neys were in a disordered condition.”
Four years later, Mr. Mills said:
“It has been some time since I have
needed a kidney remedy. I have been
healthy since Doan’s cured me.”
Price COc, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Pills—the same that Mr. Mills
had. Foster-Milbum Co., Mfrs., Buf
falo, N. Y.
Annual election of officers of the
Holt County Fair Association at 1:00
p. m., Saturday, December 6, at the
office of the Secretary.
JOHN L. QUIG, Secy.-Treas.
IPaid announcements will ap- p
pear under this head. |>
If you have anything to sell Ig
or wish to buy tell the people of l|
it in this column. tf
Ten cents per line first in- Hi
sertion, subsequent insertions |
five cents per line each week. S
FARM LOANS—R H. PARKER.87W
Bazaar and Food Sale at Golden
hotel Saturday afternoon.
■NO.!2 HAWKEYE CAMERA, SPEC
ial $1.98, Graves Jewelry Store. 27tf
FOR SALE—YOUNG TOM TUR
keys. Afammoth Bronze.—Mrs. R.
N. Brittell. 26-Sp
LOST—AIRDALE PUP, 0 MONTHS
old. Answers to name Pal. Reward.
—Grant White. 26-2
FOR SALE—MODERN HOUSE AND
8 lots. Call or write,
27-9p Mrs. Nona Bedford, Page.
P. J. BIGLIN IS AGENT FOR THE
Bliss Native Herbs. When in need
of any—always on hand. 26-4
FOR SALE — PUREBRED S. C.
White Orpington Roosters.—Mrs.
Anna Dahms, Emmet, Neb. 21-tf
FOR RENT—ON SHARE OR FOR
cash, 760 acreB of hay land. Good
house and barn.—Peter Reifer. 8-tf
I WANT SOME FARM AND RANCH
loans. If you want money come in
and see John L. Quig. 32-tf
FARM AND RANCH LOANS, 6%
per cent, no commission.—F. J.
Disnner, county Agent Joint Stock
Land Bank. 17-tf
FOR SALE—ONE B FLAT TENOR
Saxophone, nearly new and in
splendid condition. See Mrs. Chas.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY—A WO
man to keep house and care for an
old lady.—Address Box 241, O’Neill,
FOR RENT—160 ACRE FARM, HAS
120 acres under cultivation, has good
buildings, has some alfalfa. See R.
H. Parker, O’Neill, 27-3
FOR SALE—GUNN SECTIONAL
book cases. 8 sections with 2 tops
and 2 lower drawers. Mission finish.
Call at this office. 26-tf
LOST—BLACK ONYX AND GOLD
class pin, set with pearls, bearing
initials S. M. A. Finder please return
to St. Mary’s Academy. 24
FOR SALE—R. C. RHODE ISLAND
Red cockerels. Pen was headed by
cock from Highland Farm, Hedrick,
Iowa.—Jud Cronk, Page. 26
SHOP FOR XMAS IN YOUR OWN
home—Send Magazines—A greet
ing card with Donor’s name arrives in
Xmas mail. I have agency for Craw
ell and Curtis Publications.—Mrs. L.
G. Gillespie. 27-2
PERRIGO OPTICAL COMPANY
specialize on examining children’s
eyes and in treating Crosseyes with
glasses. See them at Golden Hotel,
Wednesday, December 17, and you will
get the best service obtainable. 27-2
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
THE PERRIGO OPTICAL CO., OF
Fremont, Nebr., is the only firm
who can boast of 20 years’ continuous
optical service in northern Nebraska
and southern South Dakota. “There’s
a reason.” See them at Golden Hotel,'
O’Neill, Wednesday, December 17th,
CAME TO MY PLACE, A WHITE
faced yearling heifer, about Oc- \
tober 1. Owner may have same by
paying cost of keeping and adver
tising.—R. E. Maw, three and one
half miles northwest of O’Neill. 25-3
5%% INTEREST AND NO COMMIS
sion. I am now loaning Money on
Farms and Ranches at 5%% interest
and no commission to pay. New Loan
Company I just got.—R. H. Parker,
O’Neill, Nebraska. 3-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
One square block, in College Hill,
Hot Springs, South Dakota. Half
section in Montana, north of Billings.
10-tf PETER REIFER.
We have installed a book exchange
at our store. Buy the first bookfor75c,
exchange it for another book for 10c.
20-8 GRAVES JEWELRY STORE.
Taken up at my place 11 miles
northwest of O’Neill, 1 shoat, weight
about 80 pounds.
Owner may recover same by prov
ing ownership, paying for feed, and
for this notice.
25-3p Martin Conway
NOTICE TO PARENTS.
A complaint has been filed with the
Library Board that children are using
the library grounds for a playground.
This practice must be discontinued at
once. Parents must see that their
children keep off the grounds other
chan on the walks.
26-2 THE LIBRARY BOARD.
(First publication Nov. 27)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate No. 1701.
In the County Court of Holt County,
Nebraska, November 26, 1924.
In the matter of the Estate of Joseph
C. Hariskey, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said Estate are
hereby notified that the time limited
for presenting claims against said es
tate is March 31st, 1925, and for the
payment of debts is November 26th,
1925, and that on December 31st, 1924,
and on April 1st, 1925, at 10 o’clock A.
M., each day, I will be at the County
Court Room in said County to receive,
examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duty filed.
(County Court Seal.)
C. J. MALONE,
26-4 County Judge.
Buy Hardware, Furniture and
Toys For Christmas.
Only 17 More
Shopping Days Lett
Warner & Sons
You often hear people say—“I
wonder what's the best thing to do.”
Many things sound good that have
no chance of success.
Why not let us talk over these
things with you. —
This bank carries no indebtedness
of officers or stockholders.
Resources over $600,000.00
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