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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1925)
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VOLUME XLV. O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1925. NoT4o”~
Dr. Finley returned home today
from a short visit in Omaha.
Hi Nightengale, of Atkinson, was
an O’Neill visitor Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. L. A. Burgess entertained the
Et-A-Virp club at her home Friday
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rasley, are in
Norfolk today on business.
Leon Asher came up from Fremont
Saturday for a short visit with his
mother, Mrs. Ray Asher.
Sam Thompson and Hank Ritts pur
chased the Coffee Shop of John Kel
logg last Tuesday and have taken
possession. Mr. Kellogg, we under
stand, is negotiating for a similar
business over in Boyd county.
Attorney B. H. Dunham, of Omaha,
is in the city today looking after legal
matters at the court house.
L. C. Peters arrived home last
Thursday from a two months’ visit
with his mother and sister in Omaha.
A daughter was born last Friday to
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barrett, at St.
Joseph’s hospital in Sioux City, Iowa.
P. C. Donohoe came home today;
from Bassett where he has been look-'
ing after business for a couple of.
George Savidge, manager of the
Hanford Produce Co., w'as in Sioux!
City a couple of days this week on
Mrs. J. P. Gilligan went to Teka
mah, Nebraska, this (Thursday)
morning for a visit with her sister, j
Mrs. Ed Latta.
Carl Holz, of Ewing, was trans
acting business in O’Neill today. The
Frontier acknowledges a pleasant call
from Mr. Holz.
James Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Parker, Residing northeast of
O’Neill, has been confined to his home
with a case of chickenpox.
Senator John A. Robertson came up
from Lincoln last Thursday and re
mained at home until Tuesday look
ing after business at the ranch.
Judge R. R. Dickson and Reporter
C. B. Scott went over to Butte last
Monday where they are holding court
Miss Viola /lAjugh returned to
Omaha Monday after spending the
week-end with relatives and friends
in this city.' ,
The sprang golf season was formally
opened by Clyde King and Paddy
O’Donnell Tuesday afternoon, apd a
number of players were on the course
Wednesday. The grounds are in ex
The school board, at the regular
meeting last Friday night, re-elected
all the present teachers for the ensu
ing year. The Frontier has not been
informed as to the number of those
elected that will accept contracts for
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To Our Friends and Patrons
Beginning March 1st, we will give a 20 per cent Discount on the following
articles on the day as indicated. This is not a money raising sale, or a fire,
or a going out of business sale; but is put on for the benefit of my patrons
who have been so kind as to give me their patronage. I believe I have given
full value for each dollar spent with me, yet I know of no other way to show
my appreciation for what you are doing for.me than to run for one month
according to the following plan:
March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
We will sell Shoes, Overcoats, Odd Pants and Percales.
March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
We will sell Sheep-Lined Coats, Outings, Blankets, Leather Coats and
Mareh 4, 11, 18, 25
We will sell Ginghams, Silks and Woolen Yardage, Work and Dress Shirts. •
March 5, 12, 19, 26
We will sell Trunk*, Grips, Muslin, Hosiery, Overshoes and Rubbers.
March 6, 13, 20, 27
We will sell Sweaters, Men’s and Boys’ Suits, Overalls, Jackets, Ladies’ and
| Children’s Dresses, Table Linen.
On these days, and none others, will a 20 per cent discount be given. We
want your trade and will give you every cent of value we can, but do not
ask us to change these rules. You can get in on the discount by coming once
| a week on the right days; so it won’t be my fault if you do not get the
Come To the March
Sale at Bresslev’s
O. L. West, of Norfolk, formerly of
the eastern part of the county, was in
O’Neill last Saturday looking after
Farmers are coming to O’Neill from
all parts of the county and report that
the roads are exceptionally good all
over the county. The roads are be
John A. Robertson was taken sick
after returning to Lincoln Wednes
day, and has been unable to be in his
seat in the senate during the past
couple of days.
Frank Youngkin, of the Purcell Pro
duce Company, went to Crawford,
Monday where he will spend a few
days assisting in the starting of the
new produce station at that point.
John Kersenbrock says that some
one has been taking gas from his
truck and driving it at night. Jack
inferred that someone would get into
trouble if they continued the practice.
The new three-hundred horse power
Diesel type engine was placed in the
light plant the first of the week, and
is being connected up preparatory for
Attorney J. A. Donohoe and J. B.
Mellor drove over to Butte, Monday.
Mr. Donohoe was looking after mat
ters before the court which was in
E. N. Purcell returned home the
first of the week from a ten days
trip to the new Purcell Produce sta
tion at Crawford and a few days visit
at Casper, Wyoming.
Mrs. Albert Lewis from Butte,
Montana, is here visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clevish,
who have been on the sick list, and
with other relatives in the city.
Miss Nell Flaherty, of Fullerton,
Nebraska, who has been staying at
the home of her brother, IX A. Fla
herty since the death of Mrs. Fla
herty, returned to her home today
accompanied by the children and will
care for the children at her home near
Carl Goeke, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Goeke, residing about eight miles
northwest of O’Neill, brought down
a large hawk eagle with his favorite
shot gUn last Tuesday. The bird was
perched near the outbuilding when
the young man discovered its pres
ence. The wings of the bird measured
seven and one-half feet from tip to
Sunday was the first day of March.
It was more important however as the
second anniversary of a most stirring
event. On that day two years ago,
Ira Moss, asssited by Herb. Ham
mond, went down to Mud bridge and
caught a four pound bass. They
didn’t repeat last Sunday however,
owing to the inclement weather.
H. W. Starlin, of Whitten, South
Dakota, has traded for the Hayden
garage on west Douglas street and
will take possession as soon as the
transfers are completed. Mr. Starlin
has been in the city this week closing
up the details for the trade. Mr. Hay
den, we understand, will receive some
farm land as part of the consideration
in the trade, and will operate the
Mrs. J. M. Hunter came home from
Lincoln, Nebraska, today, accompanied
by her sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hunter, of Montana. Mrs.
J. M. Hunter has been in Lincoln with
her husband during a part of the pres
ent session of the legislature. She
has spent the past few weeks at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Williams, at
Tipton, Iowa, whose husband died
several weeks ago.
. A number of complaints have come
to us in regard to the stray dogs that
are running the streets day aftei day.
There was a dog ord:nani’» thig w ■
operative within the city a few years
ago and perhaps this ordinance
might be Used again to a good ad
vantage. While we are speaking
about dogs we will add that there are
also a few dogs that have been chas
ing children, that should be looked
after more closely.
The business streets and many of
the homes were decorated with the
uniform flag decoration Tuesday in
honor of the inauguration of Calvin
Coolidge as president of the United
States. The inaugural ceremony took
place at high noon Eastern time or at
eleven o’clock our time, and was ad
ministered by Chief Justice Wm. H.
Taft. All owners of radio receiving
sets were listening-in and many en
tertained large gatherings. The re
ception was good and the president
could be distinctly heard throughout
the entire address which occupied
about forty minutes.
The O’Neill high school basket ball
boys went to Norfolk this morning
and will take part in the tournament
this evening. Their first contest will
be with the Plainview boys. The boys
are under the supervision of Coach W.
R. Riddlesbarger and are in good
form. LATER: The boys were de
feated this evening by the Plainview
team 10 to 14. The O’Neill boys were
in the lead 10 to 6 near the close of
the game, but unfortunately the Plain
view lads enjoyed a “streak of luck’’
and passed the O’Neill team just be
fore the close of the last half.
Ask Your Dealer
For our Fresh Dairy Butter. Beginning March
9th, Morning and Evening deliveries will be made
of the following products:
All modern sanitary equipment and cows T. B.
Phone 84. F.„H. Lancaster
I To Have It, I
Money “burns a hole in the pocket,” gets away
and is lost forever to the owner unless it is wisely
invested or systematically saved.
Opportunities galors present themselves to the
man who is fortified with money in the bank.
Other folks seldom have a chance to multiply
Start a savings account here today and receive
5 per cent on your money.
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