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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1928)
THE ROYAL THEATRE
Home of Good Pictures
-Thursday, April 19
Temple Bailey's Sensational Best
Seller! Punch-packed drama of the
youth of today. Ripping away the
curtains of sham and prejudice. Show
ing today’s girls as they really are.
-Friday-Safurday, April 20-21
Lon Chaney in
“THE BIG CITY”
with Betty Compson, Marceline Da'S'
and James Murray. Lon Chaney
gives his most effective performance
now as the underworld leader in this
throbbing iiljm production.
-Sunday-Monday, April 22-23
The great musical play that ran for
tw’o years on Broadway has been
brought to the screen at last.
-Tuesday, April 21th
BIG SPECIAI_Also Two Features
“40,000 MILES WITH L1NDBERG.”
The actual motion picture of the
daring achievements that have thrilled
Also Madge Bellamy in
A comedy of salesmanship and love
in a business tangle.
- Wednesday, April 25th -
“CHICAGO AFTER MIDNIGHT”
A boy accused of murder! A eararet
girl—the only one to believe in his in
- Thursday, April 2fith -
“GIRL IN EVERY PORT"
with Victor McLaglcn and Lois
-Fridav-Saturday, April 27-28
“EAST SIDE—WEST SIDE”
A story of New York today with its
loves, passions and hates.
Candy sale at Ben Grady’s store,
Saturday, April 21, by the Senior En
deavor of the Presbyterian church.
Elmer Surber and E. D. Henry
were in Orchard Monday evening.
E. C. McElhany, of Page, was visit
| ing with his brother, Ted of this city
Miss Marjorie Dickson went to
i Omaha Sunday for a short visit with
Mis. E. O’Donnell has rcshingled
; her residence in the eastern part of
Attorney Clifford B. Scott was at
tending court in Ainsworth the first
of the week.
R. V. Jones, the popular principal
at the public school, is driving a new
Mrs. SI L. Berry spent Sunday
with her daughter, Mrs. P. F. Van
Allen in Omaha.
Ed Lindquist, of Opportunity, re
turned home Wednesday from a
business trip to Atlantic, Iowa,
i Judge and Mrs. R. R. Dickson
went to Omaha Thursday. They are
expected home the first of the week.
Judge R. R. Dickson and Court. Re
: porter Ted McElhaney were in Ains
| worth the first of the week holding
Charles A. Randall thanks all who
in any way contributed to his splen
did vote for Railway Commissioner at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grandolf and
family spent the week-end with Mr.
GrandorfTs brother, William, at Crof
No rain of any consequence has
fallen in O’Neill this spring. The
ground is very dry and the dust is
Mowing badly almost every day.
The cold weather of the past week
or two has caused the early garden
ers to remain by the fire. A few
gardens have been planted to pota
toes and the early green stuff bur
most of them will wait until the
grounds warms up a bit.
Roy Stewart, of near Page, suffered
the loss of about fifty chickens one
night the first of the week. The
thieves have not yet been captured.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Goree, of Long
Pine. Nebraska, spent Sunday at the
home of the latter’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Simonson, in this rity.
The second group of the ladies of
:thc Presbyterian church will hold a
food sale at Morrison’s grocery Sat
urday afternoon beginning at one
W. II. Kennedy and son of Atlantic,
Iowa, were looking after land inter
ests in this vicinity Wednesday. Mr.
Kennedy formerly owned land near
Attorney and Mrs. Donald Gal
lagher came up from Lincoln last
week for a short visit with the for
mer’s mother and other relatives in
O’Neill. They returned home Sunday
A V’ienna scientist, and a woman,
mind you, has developed the next
thing to nothing. She has evolved a
vacuum that leaves a pressure of ap
proximately one-billionth of a pound
per square inch.
Dr. L. A. Carter received word this
morning from the bedside of his
daughter, Mrs. Joe Smith, to the ef
fect that she is recovering from a re
cent- illness and hopes to be able to
start for home sometime next week.
Mrs. Carter is with her daughter in
Pearl Morton has resigned her posi
tion with the telephone company and
has purchased the Peacock Beauty
Shop of Mrs. Sunneland and took pos
session Monday morning. She has
changed the name of the parlors and
they will be known in the future as
the Marcel Beauty Shop.
W. 11. Allinger went to Omaha the
first of the week on a business trip;
from Omaha he went to Denver where
he will spend a couple of weeks at
tending a meeting of Byars store
managers and will purchase goods for
the O’Neill store. Mrs. Allinger is
visiting with her mother in Lincoln.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O’Donnell left on
Wednesday of last week for Augusta,
Georgia, to attend a convention of the
American Bankers Association of
| which Mr. O’Donnell is a director. The
j convention has been in session this
week and concludes today. Mr. and
i Mrs. O’Donnell will visit several points
in the east before returning home.
Judge R. R. Dickson received an ap
pointment the first of the week, as
i delegate to represent the state of Ne
braska at the National Probation As
! sociation convention to be held1 in
| Memphis, Tennessess, April 30, May
1st and 2nd. Th Judge was compelled
to send his regrets, however, as the
dates conflicted with a term of-.-court.
€. D. Wood, manager of the Mer
chandise department of the Interstate
Power Company announces that Miss
E. L. Pepes, of Mansfield, Ohio, will
be in O’Neill and will assist in the
Electric Range Demonstration Friday
evening, April 20th. She will explain
new ideas; every lady should be pres
ent and all users are invited to at
A letter today from Miss Margaret
Doyle, of Grand Rapids, Michigan,
tells of the appointment of her em
ployer, Arthur H. Vanderburg, editor
and publisher of the Grand Rapids
Herald, to the United States Senate
to fill the vacancy caused by the re
cent death of Senator Woodbridge N.
Ferris. Miss Margaret will accom
pany Mr. Vanderburg to Wishington
as his secretary.
Funeral services fpr Mrs. Harriett
Augusta Martin, who passed away in
the Nicholas Senn hospital in Omuha
on Wednesday of last week, were held
from the Methodist church Sunday
afternoon at two o’clock, qonducted by
Rev. G. W. Bullard, pastor.
As stated in The Frontier of last
week Mrs. Martin was confined in the
hospital in Omaha for about six weeks.
Heart trouble was the immediate cause
of her death. She was aged 75 years,
6 months and 15 days.
Mrs. Martin was born in Big Indian,
Ulster County, New York, September
27, 1852. She was married to Ben
nett Martin, at Kingston, New York,
on September 29, 18(19. She came to
Holt county with her husband and
family in 1877 and located upon a
homestead a short distance southeast
of Meek postofflee where they resided
for a number of years. They later
moved to O'Neill where Mrs. Martin
resided until her death.
The deceased leaves the following
c Idren to mourn her departure:
vritt J., Buffalo, Wyoming; Frank
Riverton, Wyoming; Burl H.,
ufttis City, Missouri; Mrs. Opie
I* ambers, Yankton, South Dakota;
G, M. Henry, Hanover, Mon
i tana; .!r-. Fete Hereford, O'Neill.
[Walter K. passed away a few years
j»r > Also two sisters, Mrs. Wm. Blits
Ikle Spencer. Nebraska; and Mrs, Alice
[ Crandall, Ragle Rake, Minnesota.
Ihe casket was packed with bou
quets and wreaths of beautiful flowers
■sent to the home by friends from away
las well as as from O’Neill.
The children were all present at the
| funeral services of their mother ex
cepting Merritt, Buffalo, Wyoming,
I who was unable to reach here on ac
| count of a blizzard that swept over
Active Pallbearer:s lioss Harris,
j Roy Warner, A. V. Virgin, Forest
Smith, Loyd Gillespie, C. P. Hancock
Honorary Pallbearers: W. E. Conk
lin, E. W. Sargent, W. P. Curtis, Har
! ry Bowen, C. C. Millard, J. C. Harnish.
7'hose present from out of town
were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blitzkie, Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Blitzkie, Lee Blitz
I kie, Spencer, Nebiaska; Mr. and Mrs.
i Harold Farr, Bonesteel, South Dakota;
Mrs. Wm. Bradstreet, Spencer, Ne
braska; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stansbury
land sons, Merritt and Robert; Mr. and
I Mrs. Homer Stansberry, Mrs. Rein
hold Sehutz. Norfolk, Nebraska.
MRS. ELIZABETH A. CLEVISH.
.Mrs. Elizabth A. Clevish, aged 80
years, 6 months and 6 days, passed
away in the state hospital in Norfolk,
Nebraska, Tuesday morning, April 17,
1928, following an illness that has con
fined! her to her bed for the past three
months; previous to that she has been
able to be about her room and in fairly
good health. The cause of her death
was given as cerebral hemorrhage.
Elizabeth A. Cowger was born in
the state of Indiana, October •11,11*47.
She was united in marriage to Wtlliam
F. Clevish November 15, 1872, at Lin
coln, Nebraska; she with her husband
and family resided upon a homestead
in Seward county, until 1884. when
they emigrated to Holt county and lo
cated upon a ranch sixteen miles north
of O’Neill where they made their home
until 1917 when they moved to O’Neill.
Mrs. Clevish has been at the state
hospital since April 15, 1925.
The remains were brought to O’Neill
Tuesday afternoon by Biglin Brothers
and were taken to the Otto Clevish
home in the southeastern part, of the
Funeral srvices will be held from
the Methodist church Friday afternoon
at two o’clock conducted by Rev. J. A.
Hutchins, of Meadow Grove. Burial
will be in Prospect Hill cemeterv
I , -
I The Sunday services for this com*
ling Sabbath Day are especially
vorthy of mentioning. In the morn
ing worship hour, speciul musical
numbers and the sermon will be "The
Front ine Trenches.” In the evening
an illustrated sermon “The Passion
Play" will be given with the aid of fit)
lieuutful colored slides. Miss Opal
Turner will sing “The Holy City'*
which will he illustrated by picture-,
of Jerusalem. You will not care to
miss either service.
Guy W. Ballard, Pastor.
Tile Frontier |2.00 per year.
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3 ilershey Bars, Milk Chocolate
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-Pound Spanish Suited
Peanuts. Something Q»
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li) Packs Wrigley’s P. K. Q»
The Perfect Gum ww
14-Pound Choice English Qa
2 Pounds Quaker Rolled Op
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JOHN J. MELVIN
Sells for Less
John E. Donohoe _ . 8.40
W. C. Joslyn __ 8.40
Ed Asher _ _ 9.80
N< br. Culvert Co. 116.86
I am much pleasd with the splen
did vote I received at the Primary
Election for District Judge of this
District, and wish to assure my
friends that their continued support
| it the November election will ho
WILLIAM M. ELY.
Now open fo» Business. |
Located upstairs in Wi«e Build- >
mg. Phone ’*27 for appoint- I
I ments. I
Mrs. Donald McClellan 1
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