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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1925)
VOLUME XLV. O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1925. NO. 46.
We Have The
Our cream and produce station is able to pay
the highest cash prices for your poultry, cream and
Omar Flour, per sack..........$2.60
Oyster Shell, per 100-lbs. $1.50
Chick Feed, 25-lb sacks $1.10
Chick Feed, 50-lb. sacks........,. $2.00
Egg Cases, 12 doz. size. 75c
We have a complete grocery stock.
22c Cash for Eggs
balance of this week.
Phone: Office 118. Residences 233 and 179
Neil Brennan came home Saturday
and spent Easter with his family.
Miss Mildred Malone went to Lin
coln Monday, where she has a posi
J. B. Mellor and Edward Gatz were
in Omaha and Columbus last Friday
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Osborne, of Atkinson, on
Tuesday, April 7th.
Miss Marie McLeod returned home
Monday from Omaha where she had
been visiting for a week.
Mrs. W. B. Graves entertained the j
members of the Et-A-Virp club at
her home Friday afternoon.
Miss Helen Valla, who is attending
St. Elizabeth’s training school, has
been seriously ill for the last two
weeks. She underwent an operation
a few days ago and at present she is
getting along nicely.
Sr. Delores and Sr. Aissi, of St.
Mary’s academy went to Omaha Mon
day morning for a short visit.
Joe Beha returned to his college
duties at Creighton college, Omaha,
following the Easter vacation.
Mrs. Wm. Clevish was taken to a
Norfolk hospital Wednesday morning
where she will receive treatment.
Miss Florence Ryan returned Sun
day frm Fremont where she spent a
few days visiting with her parents.
Edward O’Donnell is remodeling
the residence on the lots east of the
O’Donnell home on Everett street.
Miss Dorothy Dunhaver returned
to O’Neill Sunday evening having
spent a couple of days with her par
ents in Norfolk.
George McFarland came up from
Arkansas last week on his annual
visit to O’Neill. Each year Mr. Mc
Farland and Phil Ziemer operate the
Bell Hotel through Iowa and Min
nesota as well as a number of towns
in Nebraska during the racing and
Thursday, April 23rd
Continuous Entertainment from 7:00 P. M. on,
in the School Auditorium.
Games and Booths in the Gymnasium. Country
Store. Japanese Tea Room. Candy Stand. Ham
burger Stand. Doll Rack. Fishing Pond. Fortune
School Exhibit of All Grades. Manual Train
ing. Sewing and Commmercial Department, and
All High School Classes.
All proceeds to be used in paying indebtedness
of Athletic Association.
Father Hickey, S. J., who was as*
sisting Father M. F. Cassidy during
Holy Week, returned to Omaha Mon
Mrs. M. S. Abdalla came up from
Royal last week and spent several
days here with her husband at the
King’s orchesra will furnish the
music at the Catholic Daughter’s
Charity Ball at the K. C. opera Jiouse
Miss Kathleen RoskofT and Miss
Rose Taylor went to Norfolk Friday
evening to spend Easter Sunday with
Dr. Margaret Frost went to Nor
fork Tuesday to attend an osteo
pathic convention. She returned home
John Carr and family have moved
to the ranch near Stafford, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Jordan are occupying the
Master Neil Ryan went to Omaha
Monday where he joined his father, J.
B. Ryan, who was transacting busi
ness in that city.
Miss Loretta Ryan came home
Wednesday from a few days visit in
Omaha. Mrs. J. B. Ryan will remain
for a longer visit.
Frank Lancaster held another of
those enjoyable married folks dances
in his large barn north of O’Neill,
last Tuesday evening.
Judge Robert R. Dickson and Re
porter C. B. Scott expect to go to
Ainsworth Monday where they will
hold a session of court.
Rev. D. A. Savage, pastor of the
Methodist church, in Inman, will
preach Sunday evening, April 19th,
in the Methodist church in O’Neill.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. David Loy, Tuesday,
April 21. Subject, “Prohibition Cur
rent Events.” Visitors are welcome.
Mrs. Elthea Sivesind, manager of
the telephone office at Page, accom
panied her son, Roy, of Orchard, to
O’Neill last Tuesday for a short visit
Frank Kohler, brother of the late
Father Kohler, spent Sunday in
O’Neill looking after some business
matters connected with the estate of
Father Kohler, deceased.
Grand Master R. R. Dickson left
Wednesday for a trip to Omaha, Lin
coln and Kearney where he will meet
with the different Masonic lodges. He
will return home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herrick came
up from Waterbury the first of the
week for a visit with the latter’s aunt
Mrs. S. A. Arnold and family, and
with their old time friends. _
The Charity Ball which will be
given by the Catholic Daughters on
the evening of April 24th, promises
to be one of the leading social events
of the season. Everybody invited
Mrs. C. P. Hancock returned home
Monday evening from Lincoln, Ne
braska, where she was a delegate to
the state camp of the Woodman
Circle held in that city last week.
The Catholic Daughters are com
pleting the arrangements for a
Charity Ball which will be given at
the K. C. Hall on the evening of Fri
day, April 24th.
Miss Evelyn Howard came home the
first of the week from Vetal, South
Dakota, where she has been visiting
with her sister, Miss Margaret How
ard, who is teaching school at that
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Templin and
daughter, Elinor drove up from Ne
ligh, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Templin’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Martin, of
this city. Mrs. Martin returned with
them Sunday evening.
Sidney, (Neb.) Telegraph: Dr. Pet
tibone returned this week from Den
ver, where he has undergone opera
tions and treatments. He is feeling
fairly well and expects to be his for
mer self in a short time.
The Clint and Bessie Robbins show
company were at the K. C. theatre
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings. They are carrying fifteen
people and are putting on some ex
tra good plays. They drew good
houses each evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Weekes return
ed home from Omaha Sunday evening
in their new Buick Master Six
Brougham Sedan. They spent Sunday
at the Tom Hansen home in Tilden.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Clauson went to
Tilden Sunday morning and returned
that evening with Mr. and Mrs.
A daughter was born Wednesday
evening to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schwi
sow residing in the southern part of
United States Marshal D. H. Cronin
and Deputy Marshal Gannon are in
the city to serve warrants upon those
recently arrested by Prohibition En
forcement Officer Bob Samardick and
Arthur Barrett came up from Sioux
City Wednesday for a visit with his
brother Patrick, who resides southeast
of O’Neill. Mr. Barrett was a for
mer resident here, moving to Sioux
City ten years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Van Horn, of
Lincoln, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Scott and Prof. W. R. Rid
dlesbarger last Sunday. The gentle
men were college friends and mem
bers of the same frat.
An overheated stqam pipe buried
in the basement of the W. H. Harty
Cleaning and Pressing Emporium
called out the fire department about
seven-thirty this morning. The pipe
was encased within an asbestos wrap
ping and buried in a wooden box. The
box was partially burned. No par
ticular damage was done.
In honor of the approaching mar
riage of Miss Susie Bowmen, a shower
was given ner by her many friends,
nr her home Monday afternoon The
feature of the afternoon was a mock
wedding; the members of the bridal
party wearing unique costumes. Many
beautiful gifts were received by the
bride-to-be. A lunch was served at
According to a letter from J. E.
Hayes, Register of the Lincoln Land
office, the United States Land office
at Lincoln, Nebraska, will be dis
continued on April 30, 1925, and the
Lincoln land district consolidated with
the Alliance land district. After
April 30th the United States Land
Office at Alliance, Nebraska, will have
jurisdiction over the entire state in
connection with public land matters.
MISS ANNA DONOHOE
ELECTED STATE TREAS
URER OP THE CATHOLIC
DAUGHTERS OF^ AMERICA
Miss Anna Donohoe, of O’Neill, was
o,ected state treasurer of the Catholic
Daughters of America at the state
convention in Omaha the first of the
week. The officers elected by the
state convention also includes several
former residents of this city. Miss
Cecelia Foster, of Lincoln, was chosen
as state regent.
Other officers elected were: Miss
Anna Donohoe, O’Neill, Neb., state
treasurer; Miss Cecelia Kloke, Nor
folk, Neb., state secretary; Mrs. Ger
trude Burke, Omaha, state monitor,
and Mrs. P. J. Flynn, Plattsmouth,
Mrs. P. J. Flynn and Mrs. J. J.
Sale Now On
One Pair of Silk Hose to first Twenty-five ladies
buying $1.00 worth or more of Merchandise
Doors Open at 9:00 o’clock.
Kelly, of York, were elected state
delegates to the national convention
in San Francisco fiext July. Mrs.
Arthur F .Mullen, of Omaha, is the
retiring state regent.
Several hundred members attended
a banquet honoring the new state of
ficers and visiting delegates held at
the club rooms of the Omaha court of
Catholic Daughters in the Paxton
block last evening. Miss Mary Mac
Swinney, of Dublin, Ireland, was the
guest of honor.
O’NEILL VICTOR IN
MEET WITH EWING
O’Neill high school defeated Ewing
Friday afternoon at the fair grounds
in a dual track and field meet by a
total score of 74 to 24. Downey of
O’Neill was first with 17 points Hunt
of O’Neill second with 16 points and
Hall of O’Neill and C. Raymond of
Ewing tied for third place with 10
points. Points were scored 6 for first,
2 for second and 1 for third in each
event. Following were the placings
in the several events, the letter O fol
lowing the name of the contestant de
signating O’Neill and E designating
Pole vault—Downey, 0, 1st; Ryan,
O, 2nd; Shoemaker, O, 3rd; Hgt. 9
ft. 6 in.
100 yard dash—Hall, O, 1st; C.
Raymond, E, 2nd; Hunt, 0, 3rd. Time
One-mile run—Cromwell, O, 1st;
Brennan, O, 2nd; Good, E, 3rd. Time
High jump—Hunt, O, 1st; C. Ray
mond, E, 2nd; Downey, O, 3rd. Hgt.
5 ft. 5 in.
220 yard dash—Hall, 0,1st; C. Ray
mond, E, 2nd; Downey, E, 3rd. Time
Broad jump—Hunt, 0, 3rd. Dis
tance 18 ft. 3 in.
440 yard dash—Alderson, O, 1st;
Winchester, O, 2nd; Wood, E, 3rd.
Discus—Downey, O, 1st; Tom jack,
E, 2nd; Wood, E, 3rd. Distance 85
ft. 6 in.
Shot put—Downey, O, 1st; Tom
jack, E, 2nd; Raymond, E, 3rd. Dis
tance 34 ft. 1 in.
880 yard run—Hunt, O, 1st; Crom
well, O, 2nd; Good, E, 3rd. Time 2:34.
880 yard relay—O'Neill (Downey,
Zimmerman, Hunt, Hall) 1st. Time
All Standard Brands
Owing to the increasing popularity of Balloon Tires I will sell
the following sizes of High Pressure Tires at regular dealers
wholesale prices to reduce stock.
21x1—Cord - — .$11.10 and up
32x4—Cord .t $12.20 and up
33x4—Cord ..—.-........ $12.80 and up
32x4 —Truck ____ $26.00
34x4 Vi—Cord . $21.45
Also substantial reduction on Ford sizes.
These prices for Cash only.
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