The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, December 11, 1924, Image 1
VOLUMN XLV. O'NEILL NEBRASKA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, 1924. NO. 29 X masffifts For XasT ime Gifts for everyone, to cope with everyone’s pocket book, from 15c to $5.00. Stationary as low as 15c a box. Beautiful boxes of colored handkerchiefs, and colored bordered handkerchiefs as low as 35c a box. Articles too numerous to mention, but among them are: Fancy Candle Sticks Bridge Sets Men’s Cashmere Hose Compacts Bath Towjls Silk Socks Boxes cf Bon Bons Hose Supporters Vanity Cases Men’s Gloves Purses Neck Ties Men’s Caps , Colored Handkerchiefs Boy’s Caps Military Brushes Men’s Sweaters Men’s Initial Handkerchiefs Men’s Pongee Handkerchiefs Ladie’s Silk and Wool Hose, Children’s Wool Hose, Ladie’s Collars, Colored and Plain Linen Handkerchiefs, Lovely Sweater Coats for Ladie’s at very low Prices. Bottles of Toilet Water, Nice Boxes of Powder. Many Toys, Mechani cal and Dolls, Balls, Dishes and etc. A Nice Line of Cut Glass and Nice China Pieces. I carry a full line of Groceries, both fancy and staple and defy competi tion as to price, quality or service. From a paper of pins to a sack of flour. Your Patronage is Appreciated |J. P. Gallaahen LOCAL MATTERS. j k C. C. Henkel and daughter, Mi's. Fred Tesche, were down from Atkin son Tuesday. The Emmet School play has been postponed until a date to be determin ed later owing to the inclement weath er. H. W. Tomlinson, president of the O’Neill Checker Club, has been con fined to his home during the past week because of an attack of lumbago. Mrs. Lydia (Butler) Walesby, of In dependence, Mo., has been visiting with her cousin, C. E. Downey, and family and with relatives in Inman. I She left for her home today. United States Marshal D. H. Cronin, was visiting with relatives in O’Neill Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning. The regular dance and card party held every two weeks in the old Odd Fellow’s building last Tuesday even ing was fairly well attended. The usual good time was enjoyed. .- f 'k * _■ We Have Everything In Our Big Stock That You Would Wish To Buy JUMBO CELERY HEAD AND LEAF LETTUCE APPLES ORANGES BANANAS GRAPES CRANBERRIES LEMONS CANNED CHERRIES CANDIED CHERRIES CANDIED PINEAPPLE PLUM PUDDING FIGS, DATES MIXED NUTS CANDY CANNED MUSHROOMS CANNED CAVIAR CANNED LOBSTERS SWEET CIDER MINCE MEAT PETIT-POIS PEAS BOTTLED CAPERS OLIVES, PICKLES SALAD DRESSING OLIVE OIL 100-Piece China Dinner Set, was $50.00, now at......$45.00 100-Piece Dinner Set, was $45.00, now at ......$30.00 100-Peice Dinner Set, was $35.00, now at.......... $30.00 42-Piece Breakfast Set, was $15.00, now at_____.... $12.00 42-Piece Breakfast Set, was $12.00, now at.........$10.00 CUT GLASS AT SPECIAL PRICES Just received a new line of Imported Hand Painted China. Mrs. Susie Horiskey O’Neill, Nebraska LOCAL MATTERS. Will Schroeder, who is employed at the Ditch camp ranch was snow bound in O’Neill the first of the week. The Frontier has a number of box es of the latest Christmas cards and folders. Call at the office and see them. H. E. Coyne has been moving the Brennan hardware stock to the Gatz building this week where he will con duct a hardware store. He has added a considerable amount of new goods. Christmas buying has begun in O’Neill. The blockaded roads stopped business for a few days but as the roads are again passible the merch ants are doing a fairly good business. O’Neill, and one director for a term of three years, William Graver, Ewing. The annual meeting was changed from the first week in De cember to the first Saturday in»No vember. At the annual election of the Holt County Fair and Agricultural Society the retiring officers were re-elected: President, A. J. Hahn, Stuart, Vice President, Jacob Hirsch, O’Neill, Sec retary-Treasurer, John L. Quig, The roads are being opened rapidly and the farmers are coming to town in wagons and buggies to do their Christ mas shoping at the stores that are ad vertising and telling them what they have to offer. George Tomlinson and Grant Alder were in from Opportunity last Satur day evening to get a large corn shell er. They were snowbound and were not able to get the shelter home until after the roads were opened. A large number of Christmas ad vertisments are appearing this week in the Frontier. Quite a number were shown last week. Read the30 adver tisments and then purchase your Christmas articles from the merch ants who ask you to patronize them. Real winter weather began, in this part of the state, on Wednesday even ing of last week, when fourteen inches of snow fell before the storm was over. Sunday morning snow began falling again which resulted in anoth er coating that measured ten inches. Phillip Allendorfer, of Agee, arriv ed home Tuesday morning from Chi cago, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Richard Henderson, of Chicago. Mr. Allendorfer drove through to Chicago with his brother Fay who had been here visiting him. The trip to Chi cago was made in two days. Mr. All endorfer says that he ran into the storm about fifty miles west of Chica go, Sunday evening. Service Quality Fresh Pork & Beef A supply of fresh sausage, Hamburger, pork chops, roasts and lard always on hand. Milk The largest dairy herd. Plenty of milk at aty times. I want you to call and inspect our place with all modern equipment. Deliveries of milk and meat twice each day. I also have a few bushels of fine selected potatoes on hand. The Sanitary Dairy Phone 84. F. H. LANCASTER, Owner Former County Agent F. W. Rose, who left, Tuesday of last week via auto for his new home at Albon, Indiana, arrived iat his destination Friday evening ahead of the storm. He ran into a rain about four hun dred miles from Albion but as he was on the pavement it did not inter fere a great deal with the trip. TWO PAGE LADIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT. (Page Reporter, Dec. 4.) Mrs. C. A. Townsend, Sr., and Mrs. O. L. Reed met with an accident Sun day evening while returning home from Clearwater, where they had tak en Miss Helen Townsend to her school. Mrs. Townsend was driving their Ford coupe, and the accident occured just south of the railroad track in Page. They were blinded by the lights of an approching car and ran into the ce ment block banister of the culvert with such force that it threw both Mrs. Townsend and Mrs. Reed out of the coupe. They were not seriously hurt. The car was badly damaged and the upper part of the banister shoved to the north. O’NEILL WOMAN’S CLUB ACTIVITIES. (Received last week.) The general meeting, November 26th, was well attended in spite of the cold day. The principal feature of the meeting was the Parliamentary Drill, conducted by Mrs. Sauers. Those tak ing part were Mesdames Miles, Ar buthnot, Stannard, Dishner, Scott, Cowperthwaite, Swigart and Sauers. Resolutions, Ammendments, and Sub stitutes were discussed at length. A very interesting paper on the use and misuse of words was prepared by Mrs. Suhr, Critic. The Sterling-Reed Bill was com mented on by the President, Mrs. Gil ligan. On Wednesday, December 3d, the Literature and Art Department held their usual meeting. The following program was carried out. Book Review—Meet the Wife, Mrs. Hugh Coyne. Book Review—Aren’t We All, Mrs. Sauers. (Mrs. Sauers Review was deferred until another meeting.) Art Review of the Picture, Queen Louise—Miss Donohoe. Leader—Mrs. J. F. O’Donnell. SPECIALS FOR SATURD Y The first ten Customers who bring this ad to our store, Saturday, can purchase: % $6.00 Doll for.$4.25 $4.50 Doll for ___ $3.00 $4.00 Doll for. $2.75 $3.75 Doll for.. . $2.50 $2.00 Doll for.-.$1.25 $3.00 Toy Truck for_.... $1.75 $1.50 Washing Set for.. $1.00 $1.75 Drum for. $1.00 $1.50 Auto Bus for_$0.95 $0.75 Wood Blocks for..$0.45 We also have a complete line of Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Etched Glass, Colored Glass and China, Fancy Box Candy, Stationary and Cigars, all brands in Xmas Packages. Don’t forget with each $1.25 cash purchase you receive a chance on the beautiful Cathedrial Gong Clock shown in our window. Reardon Bros.