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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1928)
Percheron Stallon Gilbert Olbert
We will travel this stallion (Gilbert Olbert No. 166036 in this part
of Holt County again this year and the terms for his service will be
$13.00. $1.00 Cash at time of service for each mare and $12.00 to!
sure live colt. But to our patrons who were disappointed by not’
getting some of their mares in foal, we want to be fair, and will meet
them half wuy, so will rebreed these mares for which we received the
cash payment of $1.00 last year and did not take up, again this year,
| if yon so wish, without the $1.00 at time of service and $12.00 to in
sure live coult. We have a man well versed in the horse business to
handle this stallion this year, and as this horse is climated now, we
have reason to expect better results this year than heretofore.
We will dp our best to accomodate every one we can, but should,
anyone find it nertwsary to go to a little bother on our account, we
will surely appreciate all favors shown us; we will also be very care
j j ful to avoid accidents but should any occur, we will not be re-,
Hponsible. Any one from a distance whom we are not able to re«<h,
wishing to breed mares to our stallion can bring them to our homef
and they wild be well cared for. Don’t be afraid to ask about us*
| hunt us up, or call us over the phone through Robertson switch, and
we will do our best to help you.
We solicit a portion of the business in this vicinity again this year
and wish to thank each and every one for the business given us last
I. S. GIVENS,Owner
if! Every Time a Fence Breaks
|,| You Lose Money
Sr T~>ossibly it’s only part of the crop, perhaps the
U -F stock that breaks through dies from gorging
«li; oris maimed or killed. Either wav you lose enough
!to pay for many rods of sound, tight fencing. Be
prepared for such emergencies. Keep a few RED
, TOP posts handy on the farm. Strengthen at once
the weak spots that develop in your fence lines.
jjp Replace rotting wood posts with RED TOPS.
This makes the fence stronger and saves losses.
jjjj RED TOPS can be driven easily, through the
hardest soil. That makes it easy to repair or build
fence at any season with RED TOPS. And RE D
}re TOPS are made of tough, durable, long-lived
i fig steel that gets the most years of usefulness from
fig any fence. Stock and hog tight fences are the
[kf, key to profitable farming.
Come in and let us show you how to make your
farm pay better, turn waste into profits and make
your farm worth more money.
Bazelman Lumber Co.
(Write for demonstrations to
The New Chorny Cat
S. G. Coover, Page, Nebr.
I. O. O. F. DISTRICT
MEETING AT ORCHARD
The Fourth Annua] District meet
ing of the Niobrara Valley I. 0. 0.
F. will be held in Orchard on Tues
day, April 23rd, when it is expected
a large number of Odd Fellows over
the district will be present.
Following will be the program:
1:00—Registration at the I. 0. O.
2:30—Grand lodge session, con
ferring of Past Grand and Grand
3:30 — Initiatory degree. Lynch
6:00—Business meeting of the As
5:30—Recess for supper served by
the ladies of Rebekah lodge.
7:30—Opening Song, “America” by
Invocation—Rev. H. H. Spracklen,
Duet—Dorothy McNabb and Ellen
Address of Welcome Grand Mas
ter J. T. Fletcher.
Response—W. P. Napier, Plain
Address—Grand Secretary E, S.
8:30—First degree by Bloomfield.
10:00—School of instruction.
CARD OF TH ANKS.
We take this means of extending to
our many kind friends and neigh
bors our hearty thanks for their as
sistance and sympathy extended us
during the recent illness and burial
of our beloved daughter and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Langon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Langon.
CARD OF THANKS.
In behalf of all members of our
family I desire to express our most
sincere thnnks to the neighbors and
other friends who, through their kind
ministration and offerings of beauti
ful flowers, evidenced a spirit of fel
lowship during the funeral of our be
loved husband and father, Albert
Brenier, and aided us to bear the
burden of sorrow occasioned by his
Mrs. Thresa Brenier.
Walter Gochee and son, Kenneth,
were in Atkinson Tuesday.
Charles Richards was a caller of
Dell Johnson’s Sunday.
The Ladies Aid will meet, with Mr.
and) Mrs. John Tipton Wednesday.
School in District ICO wus out Fri
day. Mis sWahl, of Atkinson, teacher.
Mrs. Elmer Warner left Tuesday
for a visit with relatives in Long
John Steskall, of O’Neill, and Win.
Steskal, of Orchard, spent Sunday
with home folks.
Mr. ard Mrs. Melvin Klingler, of
O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Walnofer
and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kiinglcr
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Warner Sunday evening.
Neighbors and friends gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ries
Monday evening to remind her of her
birthday anniversary. Luncheon was
served and Mrs. Ries received many
ireful presents and good wishes.
Johnson is not able to pitch hay yet,
and Saturday W. 0. James and Green
wood came down and hauled in some
A little girl of Conrad Frickles had
one of her fingers nearly severed by
getting it into a grain drill the other
(lay. She was taken to the doctor who
i put the finger together, and is getting
Thv- cold weather, recently chased all
of the early farmers back to the stove
again. Quite a fcwNhad gone through
the preliminaries, hut the weather did
not put a stop to housecleaning, paper
ing, painting, chicken raising and otheT
ex tetter irom raui uonnson, ispo
I kane, Washington, to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Johnson, tells how ho
submitted to a blood-transfusion at the
hospital there, giving a pint and a half
of blood, and probably saving the life
of a lady, the wife of another em
ployee of the street car company. Out
of fifty tested, his was the only blood
that would fill the requirement. Paul
didn’t smoke cigarettes.
Mrs. Clyde Streeter was on the sick
list last week.
Marian Prill visited the school in
restrict 23 last Tuesday
George Fink and wife spent Sun
dav at the Frank Snyder homp
Dean Streeter and wife, of O’Neill,
visited Sunday at *he Clyde Streeter
Finest Perkins, wife and son, Bob
by, visited at the Clyde Sfreeter home
Mrs. Joe Gert and family visited a
week ngo Sunday at the Orville
Mrs. Cora Hamilton and son,
Claude took dinner at the L. K.
Hough home Sunday.
Mrs. Charlie Grass and children
autoed to O'Neill and took in the mo
vie Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Leo Hines entertained the N.
O. K. club Thursday the 14th. Every
one reported a good time.
Mrs. Dean Streeter and Mrs. Stan
ley Soukup visited at the Clyde
Streeter home Monday of last week.
Charley Grass and Lyrran Park
sHj ped a ear of ealv«.* t> Sl.ni City
on the 10th. Charlie Gras* went with
Miss Millie Thompson entertained
the S. O. S. club last Saturvtay after
noon. Miss Mtllte served a fine t«.teh,
which was enjoyed hy all.
Jce McKmstry formerly of Page
la at the hospital In Simii Hty where
he has had a very »«rtou* operation
Dr. Cody reporU-d him in a critical
FACTS ABOUT NEBRASKA.
Nebraska farmers have three times
as much corn on hand now as at this
time last year, while the national
stock on hand falls below that of the
last two years. Nebraska also has
i more wheat, oats, barley and rye in
| storage than the five years preceding
Bonded indebtedness of neighbor
ing states are: Missour $46,000,000,
Iowa $19,000,000, South Dakota $62,
1000,000, Wyoming $3,000,000. Colo
jrado $11,000,000, Kansas $28,500,000.
1 Nebraska has no bonded debt.
One-fourth of Nebraska’s 124,000;
farmers in 1920 were foreign born.j
cultivating 6,961,00 acres, slightly i
greater than the national rational of
foreign-born to native farmers.
The total wealth of Nebraska in
1922 was equal to the total of the j
New England states excepting Mas-!
sachusetts and Connecticut.
The Frontier $2.00 per year.
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BIG COMBINATION SALE
April, 28th at 2:30 o’clock.
1 practically new mower.
500 oak posts.
25 extra 8-foot corner posts.
2 complete set of dishes.
46- tf JOHN L. QUIG, Manager.
Black Shetland pony, from the A.
Slattery ranch, 8 miles southwest of
O’Neill. Reward. Please notify
Mrs. M. A. Summers,
47- tf O’Neill, Ncbr. i
One registered Shorthorn bull for
Sale.—M. J. Graham. 46-2p
For Sale—Early Ohio potatoes at
GOe per bushel.—Martin Conway.46-3
1 Rock Island 4-wheel lister for
sale.—Dick Huebert, O’Neill, Neb. 47
For Sale—Unimproved quarter sec
tion in Holt Co.—Mrs. H. W. Forbes,
3713 S 23rd St., Omaha, Neb. 44-2rpt.
For Sale—A light Ford Truck in
good condition.—H. W. Tomlinson.;
O’Neill, Nebr. 4G-tf 'I
Frigidaiere and Deleo Light pro-1
ducts for sale by R. W. Moore, Ains
worth, dealer; J. J. Mullen, Atkinson,
Service Man. 46-2p
For Sale—100 bu. good sound po
tatoes, 75c per bu, at my place 15
miles south of O’Neill; 85c delivered
in O’Neill.—Neil Ryan. 4G-2p
- ^ira3MB.mnr him —ii itt »wb——a
The party that took the bicycle
from in front of the Coffee Shop Tues
day, April 3rd, is known and unless
its returned will get into trouble.
S. L. THOMPSON, ;
47-1 O’Neill, Neb.
Wanted—Horses to pasture, $3.00 j
See Geo. or Bob Tomlinson, Oppor-1
tunity. 47-3 |
Experienced girl wants general
house work. 47-lp
Wanted To Rent—Modern house
with three bed rooms. See or Phone
57 or Golden Hotel evenings. In office
Saturdays.—Chick Gains. 45-tf
Dressmaking—Clara Aim. 34-tf.
KODAKS, FILMS, KODAK FINISII
ing.—W. B. Gnaves. O’Neill, 30-tf
We have plenty of Virginia Splint
soft coal on hand. If you want good
coal see Warners. 30-tf j
FARM AND RANCH LOANS, 6 AND
Va per cent, no commission.—F. J.
Dishner, County Agent Joint Stock
Land Bank. 17 U
Years of experience with the skill
and scientific knowledge of three
trained optometrists, go into every
pair of glasses fitted by Perrigo Op
tical Co. See them at Golden Hotel,
O’Neill, Wednesday. April 25. 46-2
An allowance on old tires on the
purchase of New Mellingers; also a
15 month guarantee against hazards
of the road. See me before vou buy.
—EDW. S. EARLEY.
For Rent, 5 room house.
360 A Imp. ranch, 8 mi. south.
Farm for sale, good; yearly pmts.
LOANS MADE on FARM & City
43-tf JOEL PARKER. O’Neill.
Wanted—Holt County now open for
steady hustler to sell Ward’s Reliable
Remedies and other Products. Ex
perience not necessary. Offers big
earnings on Bmall capital. Particu
lars given on request. Dr. Ward’s
Medical Company, Winona, Minn.
Established 1856. 45-4
EGGS FOB HATCHING
Barred Rock Eggs, $S per 100.
Thompson’s Ringlet Strain.— Joe
1 Stein, Meek, Nebr. 44-4p
For Sale—Hatching eggs, Whit©
Rock, 60c per netting; $3.60 per 100.
—Mrs. John Shoemaker. 33tf
S. C. Rhode Island Red Eggs for
hatching, $4.00 per 100, postpaid;
Rooker strain.—Joseph Peter, Box 07,
(O'Neill, Nebr. 46 tf
BABY CHICKS—All leading heavy
! Varieties from pure bred Flocks, $12
per 100. Heavy mixed $10.00, prepaid.
We ship every week. Also Custom
Hatching $4.00 per 100 Eggs.—Atkin
! son Hatchery. 40-tf
Pure bred chicks. Reds, BufT and
White Orpington, White, Barred and
Huff Rock, White Wyandotte. $14.00.
3. C. White, Brown and Buff Leghorn
$12.00, Mixed Heavy $10.00 per 100
postpaid.-- Elkh >ra Valley Hatchery,
Battle Creek Nebr 27-12.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost casting harness for throwing
horses. Reward—H. L. Bennett. 43tf
Lost in O’Neill on Wednesday a
brown purse containing some change,
—Mrs. J. N. Stauflfner. 47-1
For Rent—180 A. Farm. $250.00 cash.
—Inquire, O’Neill, Frontier. 39-9p
Three room furnished apart
ments in Naylor bldg.—Mrs. J. A.
House for rent—One-half block
from public school.—Mary G. Hor
• First publication April 19.j
Notice is hereby given that the
land described herein has been set
aside as a Bird and Game Reserve as
provided by Section 7368, Compiled
Statutes 1922, State of Nebraska, and
all persons are warned not to hunt
or destroy game and bird life on said
lands or any part thereof on and
after June !, 1928, under penalty of
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7-27-13, SWVi 8-27-13, WVfc 17
NWVfe 20-27-13, S% 19-27-13, S% 20
NWVi NEVt, and the NV2 NWV4,
SW't NWVi, SVa 21-27-13, NWVi
28- 27-13, N% 22-27-13, SWVi 22-27
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of 30-27-13, all of 31-27-13, all of 32
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and NV4 NWVi , SWVi 13-27-14,
SEVi 13-27-14. SVis NWVi 13-27-14,
NEV4 and NWVi of NWVi 23-27-14,
NV4 NVi SWVi, SEVi 24-27-14, EVis
25-27-14, 23-27-14, SWy4 NEV4,
WV4 NWVi. SEVi NWVi. NVi SWVi.
SEVi SWVi 25-27-14, NEVi and NEVi
NVfs and SEVi 36-27-14, SV£ 16-27
13, all of 36-28-14, all in Holt County,
DEPARTMENT OK AGRICULTURE
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
h. j. McLaughlin,
April 17, 1928.
First publication April 12
W. J. Hammond, attorney.
Myron O. Allen, Bertha M. Allen
and B. B. Clark, non-resident defend
ants, who are impleaded with Harry
H.Hafi'ner, Robert L. Drayton and John
Doe, real and true name unknown,
are notified that on April 6th, 1928,1
The Travelers Insurance Company,!
as plaintiff, filed a petition and com- j
menced an action in the District Court
of Holt County, Nebraska, against'
the defendants above named. That!
the object and prayer of said peti-1
tion is to foreclose a real estate mort-!
gage, given to secure a note of $16000
with interest coupons attached in fa-,
vor of plaintiff and signed by Myron
O. Allen and Bertha M. Allen dated
October 3, 1925, which mortgage was
in favor of plaintiff and dated Octo
ber 3, 1925, and was recorded Octo
ber 10, 1925, in Book 140 of real es
tate mortgages at page 13 in the
office of the register of deeds of Holt
County, Nebraska, and was executed
and acknowledged by Myron O. Al
len and Bertha M. Allen and convey
ed the following described read es
tate situate in The County of Holt
and State of Nebraska, to wit: The
Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quar
ter; the Northeast Quarter of South
west Quarter; the South Half of
Northeast Quarter and the Southeast
ship Twenty-eight North, of Range
Nir.c West of the Sixth Principal
Meridian. Plaintiff alleges thac said
mortgage is due and payable: that
it is the owner thereof and prays that
!h' premises above described he sold
Lo satisfy the amount due on said
You are required to answe • said
petition on or before May 21, A. D.
THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE
COMPANY, Plaintiff. 46-4
My commission expires March 28,
(First publication April 6.)
TO O. J. FROST, REAL NAME UN
KNOWN; JOHN W. McCANN
JAMES NORTON, DANIEL CRO
NIN, PATRICK FAHY, and All
persons having or claiming any in
terest in Lots 6, 7 and 8, in block
34 of the Original Town of O’Neill,
Holt County, Nebraska, real names
You and each of you will take notice
that on the 29th day of March, 1928,
the Norfolk Building and Loan Asso
ciation, plaintiff, filed its petition in
the District Court of Holt County, Ne
braska, against the defendants above
set out, who are impleaded with I. N.
Boggs, real name unknown, Ina L.
Boggs, John L. Cox and Mrs. John L.
Cox, real name unknown, the object
and prayer of which petition is for a
decree of the above court finding that
a certain real estate mortgage, dated
If -I- 4 4 4 A4 A_.1 _J _ _X_1
iiiui lii i i, uuu inauv, vacv uvrut
acknowledged and delivered to the
plaintiff above set out by one I. N.
Boggs, real name unknown and Ina
L. Boggs, coverings Lots 6, 7 and 8,
in block 34 of the Original Town of
O’Neill, Holt County, Nebraska, and
recorded on the 12th day of March,
1919, in book 124, page 88 in the
office of the Kigister of Deeds of Holt
County, Nebraska, said mortgage hav
ing been given to secure the payment
of a certain bond or obligation in
writing of even date therewith in the
principal sum of (5500.00, to be a first
lien upon the real estate above set
out, and described in said mortgage
deed, and that a decree be entered by
the said court, finding that any right,
title, or other interest, which the said
defendants in said action, and more
latrtiawJarly the defendants above set
out. be inferior to and subject to the
lien of the plaintiff by reason of its
mortgage decs!, and that the said
mortgage deed be foreclosed and that
all right, title, or other interest which
the defendants in said action or any
<>t them may have or claim to have in
and to said mortgaged property, be
for over 35 years
USE LESS THAN OF
HIGHER PRICED GRANDS
\ Why Pay j
THE GOVERNMENT USED
[ MILLIONS OF POUNDS /
foreclosed and forever barred, and for
a sale of said property covered by the
mortgage deed of this plaintiff in
satisfaction of the amount found due
it, and for such other and further re
lief as justice and equity may re
You are required to answer the
said petition of the said plaintiff, on
or before the 21st day of May, 1928.
Dated this 5th day of April, 1928.
NORFOLK BUILDING AND LOAN
By MAPES, McDUFFEE & MAPES.
and W. J. HAMMOND, Attorneys
45-4 for the Plaintiff.
H Dr. C. H. Lubker 1
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j! Phone 316, O’Neill, Neb. |
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H. L. BENNETT
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! O’NEILL ABSTRACT p
“Abstract of Title”
The only complete set of Ab- ||
stract Books in Holt County. ||
IW. F. FINLEY, M. D. U
Phone, Office 28 H
O’Neill :: Nebraska | ’
1 DR. J. P. GILLIGAN |
Physician and Surgeon jl
Special attention given to U
disease of the eye and cor- •?
H rect fitting of glasses. §
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p DR. L. A? CARTER «
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|| One block South 1st Natl. Bank. H
|| -Phone 72
g O’NEILL :: :: NEBRASKA U
(I BUY HIDES. WOOL AND
Pirat door west of Delta hotel.
M. J. LYDON, O'Neill
Trlrphon. 227J. '
General Auet ioneering
I’hon# 13. Para, Nebr.
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