The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, March 19, 1925, Image 8

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BAZEI.MAN LBR. CO.
O’Neill, Nebr.
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| PAID LOCALS I
FARM LOANS R. H. PARKER.—37tf
FOR SALE OR RENT—6-room house.
—r . V. Hickey. 89-tf
Get your job word done at The
Frontier office. Finest quality.
KODAKS, FILMS, KODOK FINISI1
ing—W. B. Graves, O'Neill. 30-tf
NO. 2 HAWKEYE CAMERA, SPEC
lal $1.98, Graves Jewelry Store. 27tf
FOR SALE—ONE IIOOSIER END
pnt« ‘-"odcr—P. IT. Waldron, 40-3p
SUDAN GRASS SEED FOR SALE.
—Blake Benson, Maple Grove. 42-3p
FOR SALE — WHITE KHERSON
seed oats, GO cts, per bu.—Martin
Conway. , 40-Sp
FOR SALE - WHITE KHERSON
oats.—P. II. Waldon, 6 miles north
west of O’Neill. 40-3p
EGGS FOR HATCHING — R. C.
Rhode Island Red, $4.00 per 100.—
Mrs. R. L. Arbuthnot. 39-4
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS FOR
Hatching, $3.00 per 100.—Mrs. Har
ry Ressell, Chambers, Neb. 42-4p
FOR SALE — WHITE BLOSSOM
Sweet Clover and Millet seed. Some
Poland China and Duroc bred bows—
P. V. Hickey. 89-tf
PLACE TO RENT ON EAGLE
Creek. 480 acres with pasture or
260 without pasture. Money rent/—
Wallace Johnson. 42-2
FORM AND RANCH LOANS, 6 AND
three-fourth per cent, no commis
sion.—F. J. Dishner, County Agent
Joint Stock Land Hank. 17-tf
FOUND—4 AUTO TIRE CASINGS,
1 radiator and 1 hood. Owner can
have same by paying for advertise
ment and proving property.—George
Bay. 4l-tf
PUREBRED RHODE ISLAND RED
eggs for hatching, $3.00 per hund
red and baby chicks 12c each. Thomp
son strain.—Mrs. Joe Stahley, Em
met, Phone. 41-tf
FOR SALE—BUFF ORPINGTON
jh baby chicks and hatching eggs.
L Chicks 12c each. Eggs $3.00 per 100,
or 50c per 15.—Mrs. G. A. Fox. 42-tf
IF YOU NEED THE OLD LOAN ON
your farm renewed for anothter 5 or
10 years, of If you need a larger loan
1 can make it for you.—It H. Parker,
O'Neill, Nebraska. 21-tf
DURING MY FOURTEEN YEARS
of loaning money on farms this is
the lowest interest rate I ever had.
I can now loan money on good farms
at 6Mf% interest.—R. H. Parker,
O’Neill, Nebr. 40-tf
NOTICE.
All dogs must wear a dog license
tag. If you have not already pur
chased your dog tag, I can sell you
one.
SCOTT HOUGH.
41-tf Chief of Police.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
Pure Bred Buff Orpington Eggs, 60c
per setting; $3.00 per 100. Chicks 12c
each.
41-4p MRS. J. K. ERNST.
Drink More Milk and Have
Better Health.
Recently the State Dairy Inspector
of Lincoln, visited the various Dairy
Herds of O’Neill and tested all of the
milk and cream of each herd. Our
milk tested 5% and that is from 1 Vi
to 1% higher test than any other milk
sold in O’Neill. Get the best. Why
pay more? Q’s Quality Milk &
Cream. We deliver 2 times a day any
where.
Call 240. John L. Quiff.
42-2 |
SUPERVISOR S PROCEEDINGS.
J. B. Mellor & Co. 24.47
Nebr. Cul. & Mfg. Co. 20.00
F. W. Scripter 20.00
Emil Sniggs 9.75
J. V. Bond 25.38
F. H. Ashby 121.00
O’Neill Battery Station _ 19.38
Nash-Vriesema Auto Co. 24.90
J. I). Adams & Co. .. .. 107.30
O'Neill Gas & Oil __~ 104.65
Carl R. Miller Tra. . 6.00
R. A. Findly - 25.38
C. A. Grass _ 5.25
Wm. Young 12.00
Percy Grass ..- 9.00
At 12 o’clock noon on motion board
adjourned until Feb. 27, 1925, at 1
o’clock p. m.
JOHN SULLIVAN, Chairman.
E. F. PORTER, Clerk.
O’Neill, Neb., Feb. 27, 1925, 1 p. m.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. All members present. Board
called to order by Chairman.
Motion made and seconded that the
County Treasurer be instructed to
transfer $193.31, now in the Irrigation
fund and $93.97 now in County School
fund, to the General fund of the
County. Upon same being put to vote
by the Chairman it was declared car
ried.
The following claims were audited
and on separate motion allowed on the
General fund:
M. P. Norton _ $ 90.00
ThoB. Marron . 12.00
A. V. Virgin . 275.80
J. T. Bauman . 20.25
Village of Stuart . 18.37
O. W. French . 20.00
Walrath & Sherwood . 11.90
Thos. Salem ..._ 51.42
Jloskinson Merc. Co.. 14.65
E. R. Baker ......_ 18.05
E. L. Watson _:_ 72.40
E. Gibson _ 24.40
John Sullivan _ 65.50
C. B. Nellis _ 37.20
C. E. Havens __ 58.80
Minn. Elect. Dist. Co.. 38.60
W. O. Feezer __ 48.90
N. P. McKee ..._ 37.00
J. P. Protivinsky _ 82.25
Hans Storjohn . 10.06
O. E. Roben _ 68.95
Automatic Pencil Sharp _ 1.31
E. R. Baker _ 6.70
E. T. Watson _ 50.00
N. W. Bell Tel. Co. 70.39
L. C. McKim .. . 48.90
L. E. Skidmore . 43.40
L. L. Larson . . . 24 40
On motion the claim of L. G. Gilles
pie for compensation insurance was
allowed on the funds as stated below:
General fund .... $ 25.35
Highway fund _ 170.10
Road Dragging . 85.05
Road fund 185.05
The following claims were audited
and on separate motion allowed on the
Bridge fund:
Chns. P. Buekman... . $ 12.26
M. B. Higgins 6.00
Jad Honeywell .. 12.00
Conrad Frickel .... 2.10
Leonard Bauer . 5.40
Ray Aldridge _ 1,20
Frank Kohlschmidt.. 62.10
Frank Kohlschmidt__ 18.90
Frank Kohlschmidt _ 42.75
C. Sorey_ 2.00
Tonj Welsh _ 6.00
Ed Sparks . 3.00
Harry Sullivan ..._ 4.50
D. L. James ...1... 12.60
Archie McKathie _ 31.20
Gottschalk Bros__ 31.05
The following is the summary and
annual reports of the County officers
for 1924, as checked and approved by
the County Board:
Report of E. F. Porter, County
Clerk of Holt Cbunty, Nebraska, of
fees earned and collected, expenses
paid and balance on hand for the year
commencing on the 1st day of Jan
uary, 1924, and ending on the 31st
day of December, 1924:
Receipts
First Quarter. $1,056.70
Second Quarter_ 998.19
Third Quarter.. 718.10
Fourth Quarter_ 2,424.08
$5,197.07
Excess Fees __ $5,197.07
State of Nebraska, County of Holt,
ss:
I, E. F. Porter, County Clerk of
Holt County, Nebraska, do solemnly
swear that the above and foregoing
is a true and correct account of the
receipts for the year beginning Jan
uary 1, 1924, and ending December 31,
1924. Treasurer’s receipts attached.
E. F. PORTER,
County Clerk.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of January, 1925.
(Seal)
C. J. MALONE,
County Judge.
Checked and found correct Jan
uary 29, 1925.
L. E. SKIDMORE,
JOHN SULLIVAN.
C. E. HAVENS.
Report of E. F. Porter, County
Clerk Special Fund To Pay Freight
on Lumber*
January 21, 1925.
To the Hon. Board of Supervisors of
Holt County, Nebraska:
Gentlemen: I herewith submit my
report of the special fund placed in my
hands to pay freight on bridge
lumber.
On hand as per last report $ 14.33
Received July 1, 1924,
Warrant No. 57 _ 1,200.00
Total to account for_$1,214.33
Paid out as per checks attached:
July 1, 1924, freight on car
,of lumber to Ewing _ $ 558.39
July 2, 1924, freight on car
lumber to Atkinson_ 511.37
Total paid out. $1,069.76
On hand per bank statement $144.57
Total accounted for _*$1,214.33
Bank statement and checks at
tached.
Respectfully submitted,
E. F. PORTER,
County Clerk.
Checked and found correct January
29, 1925.
JOHN SULLIVAN,
C. E. HAVENS.
L. E. SKIDMORE.
Summary Report of the County Judge
for the Year 1924.
Report of C. J. Malone, County Judge
of Holt County, Nebraska, for the
year beginning January 1, 1924, and
ending with January 6, 1925:
Total Fees Received $2,740.09
Total Work done for County
by County Court_ _ 252.30
Total Fees collected and
earned . $2,992.39
Disbursements
Paid Clerk’s salary for
one year.. $926.49
Georgia Coon, 9% months
@ $30.00 __ . $760.00
Mildred Malone, 1% months,
@ $66.66 and 1 month
@ $66.50 .._.... $166.49
*
Excess Fees received and paid
to County.. $1,813.60
Inheritance taxes collected and
paid to County Treasurer $1,465.54
Fines collected and paid to the
County Treasurer . $1,256.00
Total cash paid County
Treasurer ..$4,535.14
State of Nebraska, County of Holt,
ss:
I, C. J. Malone, County Judge of
Holt County, Nebraska, do solemnly
swear that the above is a true and
correct report of fees received and
balance of the office fees of County
Judge for the year beginning January
1, 1924, and ending with January 6.
1925. ’
C. J. MALONE,
County Judge.
Subscribed in my presence and
sworn to before me this 2nd day of
February, 1925.
Checked and found correct.
(Seal)
E. F. PORTER,
County Clerk.
C. B. NELLIS.
„ L- L. LARSON.
Summary and Recapitulation for the
Year 1924, Clerk District Court.
Summary of Fees Earned and Moneys
Collected by the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of Holt County, Ne
braska, in the Year 1924.
Total to be accounted for:
Total Fees repored:
First Quarter .. $1,470.30
.^‘ondQiiarter- 1,365.25
third Quarter - 1,070.25
fourth Quarter _ 1,116.80
„. lo™\ .-.. $5,012.60
* ines collected .. $ 200 00
Jury Fees .J.I XoO
Cobt,b due county_:_ 54.60
Total to be accounted for_$5,302.20
Offsets:
Work charged to county:
First Quarter - $ 287.75
Second Quarter.. 182 05
Third Quarter. 118!25
Fourth Quarter__ 162!85
Total --*- $ 750.90
Salaries .._- $3,000.00
Exchange on typewriter _ 88.88
Expense on typewriter .... 17.50
Balance unpaid on salaries .. 300.00
Fines paid to County
Treasurer - 200.00
Offsets: *J’367-28
Total to be accounted for .... $5,302.20
Offsets - 4,367.28
Amount due County_$ 944.92
$944.92 paid to W. E. Conklin,
County Treasurer, and receipt filed.
IRA H. MOSS,
T, „ Clerk District Court.
The State of Nebraska, County of
Holt, ss:
I, Ira H. Moss, Clerk of the District
Court of Holt County, Nebraska, do
hereby certify that the above and
foregoing is a true and correect Sum
mary and Recapitulation of fees
earned and moneys collected by me
as such Clerk, during the year ending
December 31, 1924, all to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
IRA H. MOSS,
Clerk of the District Court.
Subscribed in my presence and
sworn to before me, this 9th day of
January, A. D., 1926.
(Seal)
E. F. PORTER,
County Clerk.
Audited, approved and accepted by
us this 6th day of February, A. D.,
1926.
L. C. McKIM,
E. GIBSON,
County Supervisors.
County Superintendent’s Report.
For the half year beginning July 1,
1924, and ending January 8, 1925:
Receipts
Amount on hand July 1, 1924 $ 36.91
August Examinations _ 91.60
November Examinations_ 204.00
Institute Enrollment _ 238.00
Premium money state and
and Holt county _ 70.50
County Appropriation _ 200.00
Life Reg. Fees__ 6.00
$844.91
Expenditures
Exam. Fees to State Supt.$ 98.60
Lift Reg. Fees to State
Superintendent_ 6.00
H. E. Bradford _ 128.13
Mrs. J. I. Ray__ 97.67
Rose B. Clark_ 88.68
Mrs. Chas. Reka_ 33.00
Mrs. P. C. Donohoe_ 6.99
Clock for office_ 8.00
12 sets Blackboard Cards _ 4.19
Eye Charts_ 5.93
Geo. of Neb. and Spell.
Contests _ 38.96
Quarterly Test Questions _ 10.20
Pencil Sharpener for office_ 1.25
Educational Pictures.. 49.75
Prem. money state and Holt
county fairs _ 70.50
Janitor Teachers’ Inst._ 10.00
(1924) (1926)
Janitor July to January_ 4.00
Balance on hand .. 185.31
$8844.91
ANNA DONOHOE,
County Superintendent.
Approval of Board of Supervisors.
We have this day checked over the
above record of Institute Fund with
the stubs of certificates and other
records kept by Superintendent, and
found the fees of the office properly
reported and recorded.
Dated January 25, 1925.
C. B. NELLIS,
L. L. LARSON,
Committee for Board of Supervisors.
For the half year beginning Jan
uary 3„ 1924, and ending July 1,
1924.
Receipts
Amount on hand January 3,
1924 --- $305.97
1924 - $305.97
January Examinations . 81.00
April Examinations_ 76.50
May Examinations _ 112.50
June Examinations_ 64.50
Life Reg. Feees_ 19.00
$659.47
Expenditures
Exam. Fees to State Supt._$111.50
Life Reg. Fees to State Supt. 19.00
March and May Eighth grade
Examinations___ 290.64
Work in office ._ 69.00
Lectures for Teachers
Meetings .. 100.00
Rent for Eighth Grade
Examinations R._ 20.00
(1924) (1925)
Janitor for Jan. to July_ 10.00
Envelope sealer _ 2.66
Balance on hand_.... 35.91
$659.47
ANNA DONOHOE,
County Superintendent.
Approvel of Board of Supervisors.
We have this day checked over the
above record of Institutte Fund stubs
of certificates and other Records kept
by superintendent and found the fees
of the office properly reported and re
corded.
Dated January 27, 1925.
C. B. NELLIS,
L. L. LARSON,
Committee of Board of Supervisors.
Report of Sheriff.
State of Nebraska, County of Holt,
ss:
Summary:
First Quarter - $ 565.16
Second Quarter _ 608.88
Third Quarter _ 304^89
Fourth Quarter _ 508.14
$1,987.07
State of Nebraska, County of Holt,
ss:
I, Peter W. Duffy, Sheriff of Holt
County, Nebraska, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a true and cor
rect Summary of the County Fees
earned by me for the year of 1924.
In Witness Whereof, I have as such
Sheriff hereunto set my hand this
19th day of January, 1925.
PETER W. DUFFY,
Sheriff of Holt County, Nebraska.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 19th day of January, 1925.
(County Clerk Seal.)
E. F. PORTER,
County Clerk.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Summary has been checked and found
correct this 19th day of January.
1925.
L. L. LARSON.
C. B. NELLIS.
Motion made and seconded that the
County purchase a Martin Ditcher.
Upon samejbeing put,to vote by the
Chairman it was declared carried.
At 6 o'clock p. m. on motion board
adjourned until March 24, 1925, at 10
o’clock a. m. unless sooner called by
the Clerk.
JOHN SULLIVAN, Chairman.
E. F. POSTER, Clerk.
Satisfactory Golf
"Beg pardon, Mr. Flubdub,” saM th«
professional, “but the way you swiuj
your club will never get yur# any
where.”
"Never mind, Sandy, I just swung a
profitable business deal.”
Not a Prophet
He asked the old actor when ha
thought he might possibly repay an an
clent loan.
“Can’t say, old boy. I’m an actor,
not a prophet”—Good Hardware.
He Could Fill It
He (farcastlcally)—There’s enough
brass In your face to make a kettle.
SI»e (ditto)—And there’s enough sap
in your head to fill it.—Yale Record.
Shook a Wicked Spoon
Blake—You say this Indian killed
over 100 men? Whew, he must have
been some chief!
Drake—No, he was some chef.
Thinking of the Home Nest
“Wonder why Tom calls his wife
“Birdie?”
“Probably because she Is always
associated In his mind with a bill.”
AN EXPLODED THEORY
Bug—Who said “snug-as-a bug-in-a
rug?’’ Bah I
Mysteries of Humor
The comic picture that we view
With a htlarioua eye,
If it in life were to come true
Would surely make us cry.
Didn’t Make Enough
"So Mrs. Blank has got a divorce.
What was the trouble, incompatibil
ity r
“No, merely the first two syllables.”
The Luck of the Draw
He—Did you take me for a fool?
She—No, I took you for a husband,
but a woman can’t help what she gets
A DETACHABLE legend
Caller—So this is ttie old settle
you told me you had picked up at
such a bargain. My dear, it's a per
fect treasure! It looks as if there
might be some real old legend con
nected with it.
Hostess—Well, there was, but at
the price I offered, the dealer said
he would have to keep the legend and
connect it with an antiijue bedstead
that he had.
The Sap, erne Test
“Does you husband treat you un
kindly?”
“Certainly not!” said the yeoman.
“Then why do you want a divorce?’
“I don't actually want a divorce. I
merely wunt to apply for one. Then 1
can judge by the kind of a fuss my
husband makes whether ho really
cares for me or not.”
He Lost the Job
Seaside Hotel Proprietor—Ah ! And
now, over here is the ocean.
Publicity Expert — The ocean?
Where? I don’t see any ocean.
Hotel Proprietor—You—don’t—see—
any—ocean! Well, my dear sir, I’m
afraid you’re not the man we want to
write our advertisements.—Manches
ter Evening News.
Happens That Way Sometimes
“Jokeley is full of it. Saw him last
night sitting on his woodpile telling
funny stories, expecting the wood to
split."
“But it didn’t.”
“No; evidently he did not strike a
responsive cord.”
NEOLITHIC COUNTRY CLUB
Skiupants—How come you to score
me twenty-seven strokes on the fourth
hole?
His Caddy—Under the rules every
wallop you take at your opponent or
your caddy counts as a stroke.
Satiated Curiosity
Investigation still they press
Upon our nerves unsteady;
A lot of us would fain confess,
"We know too much, already."
GET RID OF THAT BACKACHE!
O’Nill People Point the Way.
The constant aching of a bad back,
The weariness, the tired feeling;
Headaches, dizziness, nervousness,
Distressing urinary disorders—
Are often signs of failing kidneys
And too serious to be neglected.
Get rid of these troubles!
Use Doan’s Pills—a stimulant di
retic to the kidneys.
Hosts of people reconiTmend Doan’s.
This is an O’Neill case.
You can verify it.
- Mrs. E. B. Jones, says: “I suffered
with backache and when I went to get
up, I could hardly stand the knife
like pains. When I would bend or
walk around, the misery was terrible.
My kidneys were disordered, too. I
?ot Doan’s Pills and after using a
:ouple of boxes, the trouble was all
?one.”
Four years later, Mrs. Jones said:
‘I think Doan’s Pills are a wonderful
ddney remedy. I gladly confirm my
Former statement.”
(First publication March 19.)
AUCTION OF SCHOOL LANpS.
Notice is hereby given that on the
3th day of April, 1925, at 2:00 o’clock,
?. M., at the office of the County
rreasurer of Holt County, the Com
nissioner of Public Lands and Build
ngs, or his authorized representative,
will offer for lease at public auction
ill educational lands within said
bounty upon which forfeiture of con
tact has been declared. Said sale to
>e held open for one hour.
Following are the contracts de
•lared forfeited:
3% .. 16-25-16—C. S. McEvoney
March 16, 1926.
DAN SWANSON,,
Commissioner of Public Lands &
Buildings. 42-3
(First publication March 5.)
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL.
Estate No. 1725.
tn the County Court of Holt County,
Nebraska, March 3, 1925.
[n the matter of the Estate of John
D. Kelly, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion has been filed in said Court for
the probate of a written instrument
surporting to be the last will and
testament of John D. Kelly, Deceased,
ind for the appointment of Mary A.
telly, as executrix thereof; that
March 26, 1925, at 10 o’clock A. M.,
las been set for hearing said petition
ind proving said instrument in said
Uourt when all persons concerned may
ippear and contest the probate
thereof.
(County Court Seal.)
C. J. MALONE,
40-3 County Judge.
(First publication Match 5.)
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be rccieveed by the Board of
Supervisors of Holt County, Nebras
ka, for the construction of one Wood
and Pile Bridge approximately forty
feet long, located in Section 8, Town
ship 28, Range 11, over Dry Creek;
and the furnishing of material in con
nection therewith at a specified sum
per lineal foot for all piling used in
the substructure, and specified sum
per lineal foot for the superstructure,
all in accordance with plans and speci
fications provided by the Department
of Public Works, State of Nebraska,
are now on file in the office of the
County Clerk of Holt County, said
bids must be submitted on bidding
blanks furnished by the Department
of Public Works, State of Nebraska,
and must be accompanied by a certi
fied chock in the sura of One Thousand
Dollars, ($1,000.00), said check to be
upon a solvent bank in Holt County,
Nebraska. As a guarantee, the suc
cessful bidder will execute contract
within ten days of such award. All
bids must be plainly marked on the
outside of the envelope “Proposal for
Bridges.”
At the same time and place as hei*e
in above specified, bids will also be
received for the furnishing of all labor
and material for the construction and
reprair of all wood, steel and concrete
bridges and culverts in said County
of Holt, fo.r the period of one year, as
necessity may require, and at the dis
cretion of the Board of Commissioners.
Such bids as requested above will be
received up to 10 o’clock A. M. on the
15th day of April, 1925, at the office
of the County Clerk, at O’Neill, Ne
braska, and will be opened by the
Board of Supervisors at their office
at O’Neill, Nebraska, at their next
regular meeting.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to accept or reject any bid,1
or reject all bids.
Done by order of the Board of Su
pervisors of Holt County, Nebraska,
this 26th day of February, 1925.
JOHN SULLIVAN,
Chairman of the Board.
E. F. PORTER,
40-4 County Clerk.
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by Chiropractic when all other
methods have failed.
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O’NEILL ABSTRACT iii
COMPANY
—Compiles—
“Abstract of Title”
The only complete set of Ab
stract Books in Holt County.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 5
Glasses Correctly Fitted. 8
Office and Residence, Naylor Blk. 8
|| -Phone 72- 8
O’NEILL ^ ^; :: NEBRASKA g
Get your job word done at The
Frontier office. Finest quality.
rNEW FEED STORE j
In the Roberts Barn ill
I in connection with the Ij:
Feed Barn. All kinds of III
feeds and hay carried III
in stock. We make de- ill
livery.
We do custom grinding. Ill
Office 336. Res. 270 or 303.
ROBERTS & HOUGH III
W. F. FINLEY, M. D. ji
Phone, Office 28
I O’Neill :: Nebraska
H. L. BENNETT I
Graduate Veterinarian if
Phone 304. Day or Night.
O’Neill, Nebraska j
I DR. J. P. GILLIGAN I:
Physician and Surgeon 11
Special attention given to
disease of the eye and cor- ;
rect fitting of glasses.
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