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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1925)
VOLUMN XLVT. O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1925. NO. 19
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NEEDS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
vl/ Cine ofttcauty*
Complete line of Corsets
For The Entire Family
In all weights and at the prices
you would expect to pay.
Here Is Another Wonder Value!
30-inches long, self shirt collar, wool
lined body, yolk front and back, two lower
and one upper inserted pockets, two button
cuff. 36 to 46.
GUARANTEED NOT TO PEEL
1 C A C Compare
10*40 Our Values!
A New Assortment of
Satisfy yourself by trying on a few of our “New “Printzess” garments
of Fawn Sueds, Lustoria and Valprece, beautifully trimmed in Beaver, Squir
rel, and Fox.
You will really be surprised at the Price after viewing these beautiful
Our 50 Store Buying Power offers mai^ other wonderful garments at
the lowest market Prices.
Every article must give SATISFACTION or we refund your
money or give you a new article FREE!
Over 50 Busy Stores
Men's Imparted Cape .. $1.75 to $3.00
Imported Saxony _ $1.50
Genuine Buckskin Embroidered
Backs - $2.95 to $4.50
Staple Cotton j
HERE IS VALUE!
Pleasing Colors—with Pink and
$1.98 to $2.95
An Outstanding Value!
Boy's Sweater Coats
MAROON AND BROWN
Size 26 to 34
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Flour is not so much a matter of price as of
quality. Many a good baking has been spoiled by
the flour used in its making. PURITAN flour or
GOOCHES BEST flour will give you the highest
form of satisfaction and greater economy than can
be found in any other Flour with which we are
familiar. We also hav GOLDEN WEST and ANTE
LOPE as second choice flours.
Special this week:
Standard Corn, No. 2 Can, 12‘/2C per can.
Call No. 47.
Ross E. Harris
Meat Market and Grocery
McLaughlins kept fresh coffee service
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan re
turned Friday from a five weeks
auto trip during which they visited
relatives at Durango, Colorado, and
looked after property interests in
Denver and Pueblo.
Miss Cathyrn McCarthy and Miss
Emma Mack, who are teaching school
at Ham ill, South Dakota, came over ■
Friday evening to attend the St.
Mary’s Academy Alumnae banquet,
returning to their school Sunday.
Judge Robert R. Dickson, *"S. J.
Weekes and Dr. McKee of Atkinson
were member of the dis
tinguished guests committee at the ^
national convention of the American ]
Legion in Omaha this week and as
such were at the luncheon to Presi- I
dent Coolidge. Mr. and Mrs. Weekes 1
returned home Thursday morning.
Judge Dickson and Mrs. Dickson will
return at the conclusion of the con
Wm. Grtohe, of Emmet, Holt
county’s premier agriculturalist, was
the big winner of the county with
farm products, winning sixty-five
firsts and sixteen seconds and one
first for collection. A couple of ex
hibitors were here from Antelope
county and carries away the grand
prize. It is not fair for the Holt
county exhibitors to be compelled to
exhibit against out of the county pro
ducts. If the fair board expects'the
farmers of the county to boost the
fair and bring in their products they
must advertise the fact that no pre
miums will-be paid to outsiders. If
the outsiders want to gather a col-1
lection of exhibits and bring them to!
Holt county that is alright but they !
hould not be paid a primium for do-'
ing so. ;|
17*/2C a yd.
Prices & Quality
Will Talk at Our Store
20c a yard
36 Inch Percales
Dark and Light
The Newest on the Market. Prices
$15 to $50
The lowest prices ever known
for some time.
$1.95 to $15.00 Pair
36-inch Good Mdse.
and Dresses. Prices
$7.50 to $79.75
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The best on the market. 3-!b. batt
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