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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1928)
NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1'>2S.
Former Governor of Minnesota
Will address the voters of this vicinity on the
political issues of the day from a republican
8:00 P. M. at K. C. Opera House
Wednesday, October 24
The Frontier expects to start to
morrow to print the ballots for the
Mrs. Catherine Smith has moved to
her old home one block south of the
We learn that George Agnes is re
covering nicely from a siege of the
flu and blood poisoning.
The Ladies Guild of the Presbyte
rian church will meet with Mrs. Elmer
Surber, on Thursday, October 25th. I
An 8% pound son arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sanders
Tuesday evening, at their home eigh
teen miles northeast of O’Neill.
Miss Amelia Gains entertained the
girls of her neighborhood at a theatre
party last Saturday afternoon. The
occasion was the celebration of her
AT A LOW PRICE
WE HAVE OPENED A REPAIR
SHOP IN THE GARAGE BUILD
ING JUST NORTH OF THE BAZ
ELMAN LUMBER COMPANY IN
O’NEILL AND DESIRE A SHARE
OF YOUR PATRONAGE.
ALL WORK FULLY GUARAN
TEED. PRICES ARE VERY REA
BAZELMAN & CLEMENTS
As was announced last week the
will appear in O'Neill and give an
artistic program in the
Auditorium St. Mary's
Thursday, Oct. 25
Admission 50c. Time—8:15 p. m.
A son was born last Sunday to Mr.
and Mrs. Janies Fleming, who reside
about three miles north of O'Neill.
Joe Welch, of Emmet, was among
the buyers at the Poland China sale
of A. H. Dederman, Norfolk, on Mon
A wash-out near Jackson, Nebras
ka, caused the Burlington to discon
tinue their trains Tuesday and Wed
Mrs. E. D. Henry entertained ten
girl friends of her daughter, Miss
Elizabeth, Tuesday, at a six <*’clock
dinner, in honor of her birthday an
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Campbell went
to Omaha last Monday where they will
visit friends. Mr. Campbell atttended
the Bankers convention Wednesday
: and Thursday.
Couty Attorney Julius D. Cronin re
turned home Monday morning from
! San Antonio, Texas, where he was in
attendance at the national American
The Ladies Guild of the Presbyte
rian church will hold a rummage sale,
Friday and Saturday, November 2nd
and 3rd, in the lobby of the Western
hotel. Anyone having anything to
donate please bring or call Mrs. C. J.
Malone or Mrs. J. H. Wise.
Bess Gearhart Morrison, reader, en-‘
tertained a fair sized audience at thej
|K. C. opera house Tuesday evening
I under the auspices of the O’Neill Wo
man's club. Mrs. Morrison is no
| stranger to O’Neill people as she has
appeared here several times as art
Mrs. Jennie Devine and son, Bert,
i of Red Oak, Iowa; Mrs. Mary M.
1 Pickford, of Ft. Madison, Iowa; Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Klingler visited at
! the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Klingler residing northwest of O’Neill,
J last Sunday.
Wm. Crippen returned home from
I Mason City, Iowa, Wednesday even !
ling, for a visit with his wife and little
[daughter. He expects to return to
Mason City the last of this week. Mr.
Crippen is employed with Hi Nighten
> gale in road work.
Mrs. Alice Moyer-Wing spoke >r
the national issues as presented by MM J
! republican party, at the K. C. opefa 1
house, Tuesday evening, to a wellfilled
house. Mrs. Wing is a forceful
| speaker and held the attention of her
audience throughout her address.
The Interstate Power Company, of]
Dubuque, Iowa, have purchased three
Ford roadsters from J. B. Mellor of
this city, that will be used by their
district patrollmen in this division,. R.
A. Cameron, Bonesteel, South Dakota;;
W. F. Keen, Hartington; and Chas.i
H.unpal, Gregory, South Dakota.
The Burlington Railroad sure j
scored a hit by putting in the lowj
week-end rates, tickets on sale
every Saturday and Sunday with re
turn limit of following Monday
night. L. E. Downey, Burlington i
Agent states they are proving very
The Frontier gave two one-year
subscriptions as special premiums at
the South Fork fair last month. Har
ry Ressell, of Chambers, received one
of the premiums on best Angus bull
over one year old. Thos. E. Alderson,
also of Chambers, received the other
premium for the best Shorthorn bull.
Mr. Re-sell has been a reader of The
Frontier for a number of years; Mr.
Alderson will receive the first issue of
The Frontier this week.
Francis Bazelman and Frank Cle
ments have opened a garage in the
building north of the Bazelman lum- j
ber yard that will be known as the i
Ideal Garage. Mr. Clements is an ex
cellent mechanic; he has been employ
ed as shop foreman in the Meridian
Garage at Yankton, South Dakota, for
| the past year; Previous to that time
| he was employed in the Stein garage
I in this city for two years where he I
gave satisfaction. The boys have an
announcement in this issue.
The following officers were elected
for the coming year at the regular
meeting of the O’Neill Gun Club Tues
day evening: Forest Smith, president;
L. K. Hough, vice-president; Roy War
ner, secretary-treasurer; A. N. Gunn,
field captain. The club is arranging!
for several shoots that will be held be
ginning next month. The O’Neill Gun
Club has been attracting considerable
attention over the eastern part of the
state as a result of the records made
[at the meet held in Norfolk last
[ spring when the O'Neill boys carried
j away a large per cent of the prizes.
John Miskimins returned home Sun
day evening from the western part of
the state where he was called by tho,
death of his father. Robert M. Mis- j
kimins, who passed away following a
two days illness, on October 9th, at
| his home forty-five miles southwest of
| Scotts Blull's, Nebraska, where he has
j resided for many years.. Funeral]
j services were held in Pleasant Valley
and burial was made in the Pleasant
I Valley cemetery. The deceased was
ninety-five years, eleven months and
thirteen days old at the time of his
death. He leaves five sons and three
daughters, six of whom were present
at the funeral.
Ross E. Harris
Phone 47 O’Neill, Nebr.
For the Week Ending
October 20, 1928
The New Process
2 pounds! Caddy
3-1000 sheet Rolls
6 small packages
2 pounds assorted
Our first shipment of Sutter’s Cot
tage Cheese. That new fancy
cheese with pure, sweet seperated
cream added. Try a *
pound with your next OC~
order 4 J b
Have you tried Kippered Snacks.
Fillet of Kippered Herring, just
out and surely fine, try a can.
This week for a 1
Powder, pound can
COUNTRY GENTLEMAN OCp
Corn, 2 cans cUl»
in Syrup. Per can
PRESERVES, Assorted Flavors in
5-Pound Pail, 69C
TEENE WEENE Peanut Butter,
The Very Finest 23**
LIFE BUOY—That Medi- OCn
rated Soap, 2 Bars tJU
We don’t keep the Best Meat in Town—We Sell It!
THE FRONTIER WILL
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
NIGHT OF ELECTION
As has been the custom of The
frontier in years past the office will
remain open all night for the purpose
of receiving election returns and will
be pleased to have all of our friends
meet with us and enjoy the evening
listening to the returns from over the
We have arranged with A. E. Bowen
fo install an electric radio. The Na
ioral Broadcasting Company will
broadcast the returns from all parts
of the country including the state and
Wre wish to ask the judges and
clerks of the various election boards
in the town and rural districts to
phone in the returns; we will arrange
to have the connecting switches on
duty so that the message may come to
us. The election boards are author
ized to reverse the call when sending
in the returns.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plank, of
Spearfish, South Dakota, who were
visiting Mrs. Plank’s mother, Mrs.
Della Shaw, and sister, Mrs. D. H.
Ciauson, returned to their home Mon
We understand that a gentleman by
the name of Mulligan suffered a badly
burned foot when a car he was driv
ing turned over west of Stuart Wed
nesday, and burned. Mr. Mulligan is
a traveling salesman.
B. T. Winchell, accompanied by
Elmer Bowen, Harry Bowen and Ben
Wayman drove to Lincoln Monday
where they represented the I. 0. 0. F.
lodge at the grand lodge of the order.
Their car left the road west of Colum
bus on the homeward trip but did not
turn over; Elmer Bowen received a
severe cut on an elbow and other mem
bers of the party were more or less
The American Legion have con
tracted with the famous Hugo Play
ers. a stock company, to play at the
K. C. Hall, the latest in stock shows,
commencing Friday, October 20th and
each Friday evening throughout the
fall and winter. Change of show each
week. Admission 50 and 25c. With
each paid admission a lady free at
opening performance. Vaudevills be
As Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mills, newly
weds were in town Wednesday even
ing with the Staniford orchestra, of
which Ralph is a member, about
thirty young people met at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mills that even
ing and gave them a miscellaneous
shower of many useful articles. They
left the next morning for Gregory,
South Dakota, where they will make
headquarters for the winter.
New steel fixtures have been instil
ed in the postoffice at Page.
Monsignor Cassidy and niece, Miss
Mary Cullen, left Monday morning for
New York to visit relatives.
Tlie W. C. T. U. will meet with the
L. T. L. at the M. E. church on Wed
nesday, October 24th, at 3 o’clock p.
m. All members and friends interest
ed are cordially invited.
Every Monday we open the door
of opportunity. When shall we have
the privilege of helping you to enter
that door through n course at Net
tleton Commercial College ?
Several fine rains have visited this
section of the state during the past
week. Thursday night the percipita
ticn was .15; Friday morning .55;
Saturday 1:08; Sunday night .00.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter, of Star,
returned last Thursday from a visit
with the former’s mother, Mrs. Mar
garet Hunter, at Tipton, Iowa.
E. E. Cole, the postmaster at Star,
Nebraska, left Wednesday morning
for a visit with relatives in Kansas
City, Missouri; he expects to also visit
at his old home in Gretiot, Wisconsin.
Mrs. I). C. Winship, of University
Place, who was visiting at the R. E.
Harris home this wreek, went to Ew
ing Thursday afternoon, where she
will visit before returning to her
Mrs. C. M. Cole, of Emmet, stopped
in O’Neill for a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. R. E. Harris and family, the
forepart of the week, enroute home
from Ewing, where she had been
We can give you famous
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gain price—a bigger bar
gain than-y ou will ever
get by shopping around.
Before you buy any tire,
investigate our prices on
the new Goodyear All
Weather Tread baFoon
tire—"The World’s Great
' est Tire.”
Mellor Motor Co.
Ford Dealers 'Phone 1(> O’Neill, Nebraska
“Buy from a Home Concern”
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