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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1928)
MODEL48 battery ect*
Full-vision Dial. Six
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MODEL49 battery act.
Fi ll-vision Dial. Antenna
adjustment device assure*
Six tube* required With
oat tubes or bat
oil BATTERY SETS, too!
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M?d«J 40 A, C. (e( (Ultufuted above). For 110-120 volt,
$4-00 crcfo •iteruntltig currtjlt. Require* aix A. C. tube* aud
Am rectifying tube, $T7 (without tobea).
Alao Model 42 A. C. CM wldt aqtpmatlc line voltage regu
lator, Ifi'i, and Model «, tl attn-pomhl aeven-tube A. C.
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Modal* E, B-2, E-i, tune quality, llFirrail in Oh, each 220.
Bowen’s Racket Store
MEEK AND VICINITY.
(Continued from page four.)
very ill, is some better at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harrison call
ed at the R. D. Spindler home on Tues
Mrs. F. H. Griffith called on Mrs.
Dude Harrison while in Atkinson, Fri
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Benson called at
the W. F. Kaczor and R. D. Spindler
Mrs. Gannon, of Inman, is visiting
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spindler left
Tuesday morning for their home at
Car of Apples
We have a carload of Johnathan Apples on Brul
ington tracks. Price $1.75 per bushel.
—What may be happening
in the home you arc calling
wait a little longer before
decidingthese* no onethoe
The Telephone Golden Rule
Answer your telephone as promptly
as you u ould like others to answer
you, and wait as long for an answer
asyou would have others wait for you.
Mrs. Ralph Young and Mrs. Frank
Griffith called on Mrs. Howard Rouse
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rouse and
sons called at the Eric Borg home on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Series and
baby daughter took in the Madison
County Fair last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rouse and
daughter called at the Howard Rouse
home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks and
children spent Sunday at the Edwin
Korab home near Phoenix.
Miss Kathryn Taylor, of Bristow,
spent several days last week visiting
with Mrs. Rudolph Johnson.
Will McClellan, who has been at
Hot Springs, South Dakota, for some
time, returned home last week.
Austin and Zane Searles spent sev
eral days the past week at the home
of their aunt, Mrs. A. L. Borg.
Mrs. Fred Lindburg and daughter,
Ruth, and Mrs. Gannon called on
Mrs. Eric Borg Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Prank Nelson and son, Paul,
and daughter, Maragrtha, returned
Thursday from a visit with relatives
Mrs. Orville Harrison, Mrs. Ed
Thomas and baby, and Mrs. Clarence
Hicks, arid daughter called at the
Griffith home Wdnesday afternoon.
Floyd Crawford and son, Bert Mil
ler and Mrs. Mary Crawford expect
to leave soon for a trip to Montana.
Mrs. Fred Lindburg entertained
Tuesday afternoon in honor of her
mother, Mrs. Gannon, of Inman, who
leaves in a few days for California.
Those present were Mrs. William Hull,
Mrs. Elmer Rouse, Miss May Mc
Gowan, Mrs. Eric Borg, Mrs. Frank
Griffith, Mrs. Orville Harrison, Mrs.
Frank Nelson, Mrs. Dan Hansen, Mrs.
Oscar Lindburg and Mrs. Clarence
Hicks. A very pleasant afternoon was
spent and Mrs. Lindburg servd a de
George Fink and wife took in the
fair in Chambers Friday.
P. A. Grass and sons took in the
fair at Neligh last Wednesday.
Miss Mary and Bernard Allen have
been on the sick list the past week.
The Crumley brothers spent Sat
urday night and Sunday at Morris
Frank Snyder, wife and daughter,
Mrs. George Fink, autoed to Ewing
Clyde Streeter, wife and son, Jean,
and Claude Hamilton took in the fair
in Neligh Friday.
Frank Allen and wife and Herman
Dimmett and wife spent the past week
in the Black Hills.
Mrs. C. A. Grass and daughter,
Lura, and Mrs. Cora Hamilton autoed
to O’Neill Wednesday.
Mrs. Cora Hamilton and son and
L. K. Hough and wife took dinner
Sunday at the Clark Hough home in
L. K. Hough and wife, Mrs. Art
Tibbet ani eon, Richard Dean, autoed
out to the Cora Hamilton home Mon
C, A. Grass anu family, L. K. Hough
.;nd wife and George Fink and wife
(Continued on page 8.)
| WOMAN’S CLUB WILL MEET
WEDNESDAY E\ JLMNG
A social meeting of the O’Neill Wo
man’s club will be held in the club
room Wednesday evening, Sptember
26th. All members are urged to be
present and any one interested in club
work is cordially invited. As the
yearly dues are past due, those who
have not paid are requested to do so.
MARY JOSEPHINE WARD.
Miss Mary Josephine Ward, form
erly of this city, passed away in the
home at West Point, Nebraska, Tues
day, September 11, 1928, where she
has made her home for the past nine
and one-half years. Cause of death
is given as acute heart failure.
The deceased was born in Rapid
City, South Dakota; she was thirty
nine years, six months and twenty
three days old at the time of her
death. She came to Holt county with
her parents and resided in O’Neill for
a number of years before being taken
to the West Point home. She was the
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
The remains were brought to O’Neill
Friday morning; funeral services were
held from St. Patrick’s church at nine
o’clock Friday morning; burial was
made in Calvary cemetery.
MRS. JOHN SKIRVING DEAD.
Carrie Gregg Skirving was born
in Belmont, Ohio, and moved with her
parents to Downey, Iowa, when a
small child. She was married to John
Skirving in Iowa City, Iowa, April 18,
1874. They resided in Jefferson, Iowa,
until 1883, when they moved to
Stuart, Nebraska, where they lived
until Mr. Skirving was elected clerk
of the district court in 1892. They
then moved to O’Neill, where she con
tinued to reside until the time of her
death, September 12, 1928.
Since Mr. Skirving’s death, March
18, 1917, she has made her home with
her daughter, Mrs. James P. O’Don
nell; where funeral services were held
last Thursday afternoon at two-thirty,
and were conducted by Reverend H.
H. Beers, of the Presbyterian church.
She is survived by five children,
Mrs. R. R. Dickson and Mrs. James F.
O’Donnell, of O’Neill! Mrs. S. M.
Marble, of Leavenworth, Washington;
Mrs. C. A. Campbell, of St. Louis;
and L. J. Skirving, of Sacremento,
California; also two brothers, Henry
Gregg, of West Branch, Iowa; and
Fred Gregg of Des Moines, Iowa.
Mrs. John Skirving died Wednes
day morning at her home in O’Neill,
following a prolonged illness. Mrs.
Skirving was one of the highly re
spected pioneer residents of Stuart,
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Mr. Skirving having been engaged
in the general mercantile business
here shortly after the town was start
ed. In the early nineties he was
elected clerk of the District Court
and shortly afterwards he moved his
family to O’Neill where they have
since made their home.
Since Mr. Skirving’s death which
occurred a number of years ago, Mrs.
Skirving has made her home with her
daughters, Mrs. R. R. Dickson and
Mrs. Jas. O’Donnell. She is survived
by two other daughters, Mrs. Sadie
Marble, and Mrs. Nellie Campbell and
one son, Lawrence.
Mrs. Skirving was a woman of ex
ceptional culture and refinement and
her passing will bring sorrow to a
large circle of loyal friends. Funeral
services are to be held in O’Neill this
afternoon and a number of Stuart
friends have gone to O’Neill to be
present at this service.
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REMOVAL OF WAR TAX LOWERS DELIVERED PRICES!
Arbuthnot & Reka, O’Neill
Alderson Brothers, Chambers
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