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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1928)
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Coming to Thrill You!
GARY COOPER, EVELYN BRENT. NORA BEERY AND WIL
Bristling action. Flaming Love. Roaring fun. Filmed on the
same sweeping scale as ‘‘Beau Geste.'’
The answer to “Beau Geste”
Here's the answer to the film that was awarded the Photoplay
Magazine medal as the best picture of 1927.
Sunday-Monday, Jan. 8-9
Six tube single dail
Radio complete and
installed for $95.00.
Nothing else to buy. We are
now selling the Atwater Kent
Radio known the world over as
the most dependable radio at
on the market. See us about a
new radio at once.
O’Neill . . : . . Nebraska
Frank Barrett and James Timlin
spotted a couple of coons down by
Barretts today but the coon saw
Jake Erb and daughter, Mrs. L. A.
Ott were called to Beemer, today, by
the serious illness of a daughter and
sister, Mrs. Wm. Oswold.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE NEBRASKA STATE BANK
of O’Neill, Charter No. 895 in the State of Nebraska at the close of business
December 31, 1927.
Loans and discounts_ $314,810.81
Bonds, securities, judgments and claims (exclusive of
cash reserve) _ 9,197.46
Banking house, furniture and fixtures_ 5,000.00
Other real estate .. _ 23,692.02
Bankers' Conservation Fund_ 1,017.41
Due from National and State banks_ 85,407.03
Checks and items of exchange_ 2,760.98
Cash in bank _ 8,715.12
U. S. bonds in cash reserve__ 17,650.00 114,533.13
Capital stock _ __ (85,000.00
Surplus fund.. 5,000.00
Undivided profits (Net) 95.5,1
Individual deposits subject to check $129,7.19.58
Demand certificates of deposit . __ ___ 10,600.04
Time certificates of deposit 287,238.57
Certilie I checks 17.00
Due to National and Stnte hanks . _ 10,691.05 4.18,281.24
Depositor's guaranty fund 216.77
State of Nebraska, County of Holt, ss:
I. Jas. P. O’Donnell, Cashier, of the above named bank do solemnly swear
.that the above statement Is a true and correct copy of the report made to
the Department of Trade and Commerce.
JAS P O'DONNELL. Cashier.
ATTEST: S. S. Welpton, I* J. O'Do H "v rv
Snbseribfd and >n ti»f»re me * '-••lary, 1928.
. \ t MOftS, Notary Public,
My C«ans>ii»n esp N.»v ly, ly’S
Patrick Regan, one of the very early
settlers of Holt county, diet! Sunday,
January 1st, at the home of a
nephew, Patrick Regan, twelve miles
northeast of O'Neill. Mr. Regan has
been in poor health for several years
but had been able to be around the
place until the night before his death.
He became ill Saturday evening and
passed away the following morning
at 6:30 o’clock.
Patrick Regan was born in County
Mayo, Ireland, August 16, 1862. He
came to Holt county forty-six years
ago and took a homestead about
twelve miles northeast oP O’Neill
where he made his home for a period
of years. In 1800 he went to Mon
tana where he resided for ten years;
in 1000 he returned to Holt county
where he continued to make his home
until his death, with the exception of
two years spent in Ireland, to which
place he went in 1916.
The deceased leaves a nephew, Pat
Regan, with whom he has resided for
several years; no other relatives are
known to reside in this country.
Following the death of Mr. Regan
the remains were brought to the Big
lin undertaking parley where they
remained until Monday morning at
nine o’clock when funeral services
were held from St. Patrick’s church,
conducted by Father M. J. Brady.
Burial was made in Calvary cemetery.
The pall bearers were II. J. Rear
don, Tom Enright. Howard Bauman,
ben Grady, H. J. Hammond, H. E.
Win. B. Wolfe and Mrs. Lennie Jef
fery surprised their friends by quietly
going to Sioux City where they were
united in'marriage at eleven o’clock
on December 27th, last. The cere
mony was performed by a Justice of
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe were attended
by Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Chandler, of
Following the ceremony the newly
married couple spent a few days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Chan
dler. Mr. Chandler and Mrs. Wolfe
The newly weds arrived in O’Neili
last Thursday evening and will be at
home on the Henry Page farm three
miles north of O’Neill, where Mr.
Wolfe has resided for the past year.
Mrs. Wolfe has been employed at
tiy Coffee Shop for some time.
The Frontier joins their many
O’Neill friends in extending congratu
Warren Hall of this city and Miss
Alice Frey, of Hastings, Nebraska,
were united in marriage in Omaha
last Tuesday. The ceremony was
performed by a Catholic priest whose
name we were unable to learn.
The bride is a prominent young
lady of Hastings, Nebraska, where
she has been employed in a bank.
Warren is the son of Mrs. Georgia
Itasley, of this city, and has resided
here for the past sLx years. He is em
ployed by a film company as checker
for the famous pictures, Ben Hur and
The. Big Parade. He is a hustling
young man with a large circle of
friends in this community where he
has grown to manhood.
The Frontier extends congratu
Miss Mary Kazda, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Kazda of this eitj|,
and Mr? Sylvester Tushla, were mar
ried at the Catholic parsonage in At
kinson Wednesday morning, Decem
ber the 28th at nine o’clock, Rev.
Father Westman performing the cere
The couple were attended by Mr,
and Mrs. F. M. Keating. They left
immediately after the ceremony for
a wedding trip by auto to Omaha and
other points in eastern Nebraska,
after which they will make their home
on the groom’s farm four miles north
east of Atkinson.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
The O’Neill National Bank of O’Neill,
Nebraska, will be held in the bank
ing room of said bank in O’Neill, Ne
braska, between the hours of 9 a. m.
and 4 p. m. on Uanuary 10, 1928.
The purpose of this meeting i.<"for
the election of a Board of Directors
for the ensuing year and the trans
action of such other business as may
regularly come before the meeting.
S. J. WEEKES,
* 32-1 President.
THE ROYAL THEATRE’
Home of Good Pictures
-Thursday, Jan. 5th
Shirley Mason and Ralph Graves in
‘ RICH MEN’S SONS”
His father’s threats couldn't stir
him—but one glance from a tiny
maid’s eyes—and he was deliciously
happy to be even an office boy.
-Friday-Saturday. Jan. fi-7 -
Milton Sills in
Women meant nothing to him! He
had loved once and lost!
-Sunday-Monday. Jan *-!»
With (,’ury Cooper, Evelyn Brants.
William Powell and Nora Beery
A sequal to Beau Geste.
-Tuesday, Jan. 10th--—
Phillis Hover in
“The Rejuvinatmn of Aunt Mary"
A jolly old Lady was she when she
pot rid of the undertaker and tomb
stone maker, and la-pan to live!
1 .- Wedne-dav, Jan. lithe ——
"JAKE THE PLUMBER"
See thi* howling burlesque of a
i xheiking plumber jimmying his way
! nt« the heart,* of the fair!
—— Thursday, Jan. 12th -
E-ther Raison, Raymond Hatton &
Elinor Munson in
“FASHIONS FOR WOMEN"
If you want an evening of real en
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