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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1928)
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Marshmallows, Fresh and
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WHY PAY MORE?
All Virgin Wool Men’s
Suits or Overcoats .
John J. Melvin
Sells for Less
VOTE FOR JUDGE DICKSON!
A district judge is to be selected at
the coming election for Holt, Rock,
Brown, Boyd and Koya Paha Counties,
comprising the Fifteenth Judicial Dis
trict. A most important office to the
people of the district; and every citi
zen should he interested in seeing that
the right man is elected to fill this
A district judge should be a man of
unquestioned and proven legal ability;
sterling integrity and upstanding citi
zenship. Judge Dickson meets these
requirements, his years of experience
and his exceptional and satisfactory
administration of justice on the bench
especially fits him for this most im
portant office. He has the confidence
and respect, not only of every lawyer
in the district, but of the citizens at
large; litigant and lawyer know that
every case will be fearlessly and hon
estly decided upon its merits. He has
no judicial favorites, every man re
gardless of his nationality, financial
standing, religious or political views,
has his case decided upon the law and
facts as he honestly sees them. He
has filled the office with honor, credit
and distinction; he is interested, and
has interested himself, in the better
ment of every community of the dis
trict; he is ever ready to assist in the
correction of conditions which work
against good citizenship. The people
have absolute confidence in his integ
rity and ability. Vote for Judge Dick
son and be assured of the continuance
of the due administration of justice,
and that without fear or favor.
TO THE VOTERS OF
I am a candidate for the office of
County Judge on the non-political
ticket, and I feel as though I will have
no trouble, if elected, in discharging
the duties of that office. If elected, it
will be my honest endeavor to deal
fairly, honestly and impartially with
all questions that may come before
that Court. I will have no favorites
—everybody will stand on an equality
before the Court who may have busi
If you can see your way clear to
favor me with your support for this
office. I assure you that it will be
m. h. McCarthy.
James Boise and Miss Sylvia Kifers
both of Stafford, Nebraska, were mar
ried by County Judge C. J. Malone
at his office last Saturday.
5r/c INTEREST NOW.
I have private money for choice
farm loans at 5% interest.
5% R. H. Parker, O’Neill, Nebr. 5%
A few exceptionally good Poland
China spring boars and gilts. Also
37 fall pigs.
23—f S. R. ROBERTSON, Joy, Neb.
The Marquet Ladies aid society will
hold p bazaar and serve lunch at the
Paddotk town hall all day Tuesday,
November 6th—election day. 23-1
A dozen personal gift problems
solved—send your photograph.
Good, old friends will appreciate
it because it’s you—a gift that
money can’t buy.
J Time is required for careful work
manship in finishing fine photo
graphs so don’t put off your visit
to our studio.
Frames made to order.
O'NEILL PHOTO CO
The Texas Company announces the opening of anothei
1 evaoo Sen'ir-r tv,-,.,-n f convenience of local motorists.
This new station, situated on—
Douglas and Second Streets
-—will be ready to welcome motorists day after tomorrow. The
Texas Company extends to all owners and drivers a cordial
invitation to inspect its facilities and appointments.
Every provision has been made for convenience, prompt
ness and comfort. Full measure pumps dispensing the new
and better Texaco Gasoline. Comparoscope tanks giving
visible evidence of the clean, clear, golden Texaco Motor
Oil. Servicing equipment for chassis lubrication, renewing
gear lubricant or changing oil.
Broad driveways, free air and water—and courteous attend
ants alert at all times to please every customer. Remember
the date and make it a point to visit this new Texaco Service
Station on the opening day.
THE TEXAS COMPANY, Texaco Petroleum Products
\The NEW and BETTER GASOLINE
7^CLEAN, CLEAR, GOLDEN MOTOR OIL
A coupon, good for two quarts of
golden Texaco Motor Oil, will be
presented, free, to all who make
an initial purchase of five gallons
or more of Texaco Gasoline on
the opening day.
Texaco Motor Oil ia a clear, golden color
because it in free from all cylinder stock,
tars, paraffin wax and other imparities. It is
a perfect lubricant, full-bodied in all grades
— and does not form carbon or gummy resi
dues in the engine. Less engine wear and
better performance are certain.
O’NEILL Gl’N CLUB
WILL HOLD A BIG
DONATION SHOOT SUNDAY
Next Sunday the O’Neill Gun club
will hold a “Donation” shoot at their
grounds east of O’Neill in the after
noon. The prizes were all donated by
the business men of O’Neill. The
prizes may be seen in the windows of
the Warner & Sons hardware store.
CONOCO ETHYL GASOLINE
Continental Oil Company Will Have
Interesting Demonstrations at
Mr. George Urlaub, manager of the
A. & R. Service Station, and Arbuth
not & Reka, local representative for
the Continental Oil Company, an-,
nounce that they arranged to have a
demonstration of Conoco Ethyl Gaso
line, to be held in the show room of
the Arbuthnot & Reka Garage. This
demonstration will be held all day
Tuesday, November Gth. Mr. Arbuth
not announced that a representative
of the Ethyl Corporation would be in
charge of the demonstration and would
discuss the benefits which are to be
derived from the use of this product
and the methods of its manufacture
will be explained in detail.
A special invitation have been ex
tended to people of O’Neill and sur
rounding territory to attend this edu
cational meeting and demonstration.
These meetings have been held all over
the state of Nebraska, and the inter
est given them by the motoring pub
lic has been very pleasing, and your
time will be well spent to take off a
few minutes to see this demonstra
Marvin B. Fink, of Newport, Ne
braska, and Miss Eleanor Sauers, of
Lincoln, Nebraska, were married at
the parsonage of the Methodist church
by the pastor, Rev. O. A. Fortune,
last Saturday morning at nine o’clock.
Howard Meyer and Edna Counc were
ANOTHER TREASURE HUNT
PASSES INTO HISTORY
The winners of the treasure hunt of
the preceding Sunday—Mr. and Mrs
Roy Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Lindberg sponsored the “hunt” last
Sunday evening. The clues seemed to
be extra hard ones and kept the hunt
ers busy until along toward the wee
hours of the morning.
Following is a list of the clues, the
solution of which may be found on the
last page of this issue:
1— Paramount I soar on wings.
2— Starting at the intersection 4th
and Douglas proceed North to “the end
of the road” face “setting sun” and
journey on for 1780 yards then on %
the same distance in the direction the
ducks fly, slowly cautiously return to
staring point—For a lawabiding citi
zen this is an easy one.
.1—(20- 12-26-15) (11-12-8-7)
4—Dreams of Spain
Lattices so fair
I love in vain
For my castles in the air.
t!—36-2343 Nebraska 1028
7— A pretty bauble or a toy
Will delight any girl or boy
But this easy little clue
Is created to please just you.
8— An Indispensable element for
foundations of numerous civic im
provements and roads. A great abun
dance surrounds me.
9— A grim reminder out of the past
Of a phase of time that has for its
The survival of the Fittest.
10— To find me will not be hard
Just keep within the yard—
Limit your activities to this space
And you’ll find me right in place.
11— Try this on your Piano.
(Notes from Prisoners Song)
12— When you delve deep down in
your secret code
Can you resist the lure of the open
No, Then haste to me, spirit free
In a hoboes pullman togather we’ll
Thru a world of adventure and ro
mance we’ll roam
After which perchance we’ll enjoy
the security of home.
BRAVE AVIATOR PORTRAYS
REMARKABLE MOVIE SCENE
To “Rod’’ Roger . famed as a pilot
but unknown as notion picture ac
tor, goes the credit for performing
the greatest death scene ever record-)
cd on the screen. “Rod” Rogers por
trays an American aviator, mortally
wounded in a plane shot down in
flames from an altitude of 6,000 feet.
The sequence was desired fry Wil
liam Wellman, director of the now fa
mous air epic, “Wings” which will
show at the Royal theatre on Novem
ber 1. 2, and 3.
Taking the plane up through and
above the clouds, facing an electri
cally driven camera fastened to the
front of the cocknit. Rogers cut his
tiames and deliberately plunged the
“ship” into a tail-spin.
Wien scarcely 1,000 feet above the
eround, Rogers suddenly “came ’ o
lire.” He grabbed and pulled the
stick, straight out, circled around and
made a perfect landing.
I am selling and demonstrating the
MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES
which is on display in the windows ot the
H. E. Coyne Hardware Store
1 will be pleased to demonstrate this unequalled
washing machine in your home any time, without
charge or obligating you in any way.
Electric or Gas Power.
Sold on easy terms.
H. W. Tomlinson
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