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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1935)
One of the fellows on govern
ment relief in our town the other
day complained that he doesn’t get
enough money to be able to buy
high test gasoline and that every
body goes around him on the road.
iFirst publication Feb. 7, 1935.)
NOTICE OF CHATTEL
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of an order of sale issued
to me by the Clerk of the District
Court, Holt county, Nebraska, in
an action pending in said Court,
"wherein The O’Neill National Bank,
a Corporation, is Plaintiff, and
Emil Sniggs, Amelia Vincent,
Henry and Robinson Hardware
Company and John Doe, real true
name unknown, are Defendants, I
will sell at Public Auction to the
highest bidder for cash at and in
the Emil Sniggs Blacksmith Shop
on East Douglas Street in O’Neill,
Nebraska, on the 18th day of Feb
ruary, A. I)., 1935, at two o’clock
P. M., the following described chat
One set of power machinery,
hammer, emery wheels and
shafting complete. All tools
and blacksmith stock in shop
on Lots 6, 7 and 8, Block 23,
O’Neill, Nebraska, and all
blacksmith stock located in old
to satisfy the sum of $1,597.49,
found due Plaintiff, together with
the further sum of $18.00 stipu
lated as due plaintiff with interest
thereon and $31.80 costs of suit
~md accruing costs.
Dated this 1st day of February,
PETER W DUFFY.
"18-2 Holt v'"V<y, Nebraska.
THIRTY years successful practice
is your guarantee that Perrigo
Optical Company will make your
glasses right. See their represent
ative at Golden
Hotel on Thurs
day, Feb. 21. 381
LOST AND FOUND
IA5ST—On streets Thursday morn
ing, pair nose glasses.—Finder re
turn to Mrs. J. J. Thomas. 39-lp
MAN wanted for U\wl<ugh Route
tot 800 families. Write today.
Rawleigh, Dept. NBB-252-SA,
Freeport, 111. 38-4p
FARM land on the Joyce place 2
miles west and 3 miles north of
O’Neill.—Tel. G7-J, or call at 412
Everett St., O’Neill. 39-2
NO EGGS?—So many flocks have
tape worm this year that we sug
gest Dr. Salsbury's capsules.
They get all the worms.—O’Neill
FORTY ACRES adjoining Inman,
Nebr., good modern house. Will
give you the 40 acres and sell you
the house for half what it cost to
build.—B. E. Sturdevant, Agent,
Atkinson, Nebr. 39-2
SALT—Stock Salt, $8.50 per ton,
hulk. Write for delivered prices.
Schindler Supply Co., Elgin, Nebr.
CORN and potatoes.—Leo Burival.
Q’S QUALITY Milk and Cream.
The best‘by test, at John Kersen
! crock’s, or phone 240.—John L.
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(First publication Feb. 7, 1935.)
NOTICE OF FINAL
Estate No. 2392
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska, January 31, 1935.
In the matter of the Estate of
Mattie Schmidt, Deceased.
All persons interested in said
estate are hereby notified that the
Executor of said estate has filed
in said court his final report and a
petition for final settlement and
distribution of the residue of said
estate; and that said report and
petition will be heard February 27,
1935, at 10 o’clock a. m. at the
County Court Room in O’Neill, Ne
braska, when all persons interested
may appear and be heard concern
ing said final report and the distri
bution of said estate.
C. J. MALONE,
[County Court Seal]
38-3 Emmet A. Harmon, Attorney
(First publication Jan. 24, 1935.)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
HOLT COUNTY. NEBRASKA
The Lincoln National Life In
surance Company, Plaintiff,
Mariane Hansen, All persons
having or claiming any in
terest in the Northwest
Quarter (NW%) of Section
Ten (10), Township Twenty
eight (28) North, Range
Eleven (11), West of the
6th P. M., Holt county, Ne
braska, real names unknown,
John Doe and Jane Doe, real
and true names unknown,
TO: All persons having or claim
ing any interest in the Northwest
Quarter (NW'/Q of Section Ten
(10)4 Township Twenty-eight (2H)
North, Range Eleven (11), West of
the 6th 1*. M., Holt county, Ne
braska. real names unknown.
You will take notice that the
above named plaintiff, The Lincoln
National Life Insurance Company,
on the 23rd day of January, 1935,
filed its petition in the above en
titled court and cause against you,
and that you must answer or plead
to gaid petition on or before the
4th day of March, 1935, or the al
legations in said petition will be
taken as true and the decree enter
ed in said action for $3,591.27, with
Interest at the rate of 10 per cent
per annum from the 22nd day of
January, 1935, and cost of suit, and
for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage described in said, petition
given by Jens Hansen and Mariane
Hansen to Royal Union Life In
surance Company on the 1st day of
March, 1928, said mortgage being
filed for record in the office of the
Register of Deeds in Holt county,
Nebraska, on the 7th day of April,
1928, and there recorded in Volume
144 of Mortgages on page 127.
Said mortgage being given upon
the following described real estate
in Holt county, Nebraska,
The Northwest Quarter
(NW'i) of Section Ten (10),
Township Twenty-eight (28)
North, Range Eleven (11)
West of the 6th P. M.,
and adjudging plaintiff to have a
first lien upon said real estate by
virtue of said morgtage, and decree
and order said property sold and
the proceeds therefrom applied to
the payment of plaintiff’s decree,
interest and costs, and fbrever bar
ring and foreclosing you and each
of you from all right, title, interest,
or equity of redemption in or to
said premises or any part thereof.
Dated January 23, 1935.
THE LINCOLN NATIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE COM
liy Kelsey & Kelsey,
36-4 Its Attorneys.
(First publication Feb. 7. 1935.)
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of an Order of Sale issued to
me by the Clerk of the District
Court of Holt County, Nebraska,
in an action pending in said Court
wherein The O’Neill National Bank,
a Corpi ration, is plaintiff and Emil
Sniggs, Amelia Vincent, Henry and
Robinson Hardware Company and
John Doc, real and true name un
known, are defendants, l will sell
to the highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the court house in
O’Neill, Nebraska, on the 11th day
of March, 1935, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
the following described premises in
Holt County, Nebraska:
All of lot six and the east
twenty-five feet of lot seven
and the south 80 feet of the
west 20 feet of lot seven and
the south 80 feet of lot 8, all
in block 23, in the original
town of O'Neill, Nebraska,
to ssatisfy the sum of $1,597.49
found due plaintiff, with interest,
and the further sum of $48.00 as
per stipulation, and intrest thereon
and $30.80 costs of suit and accru
Dated this 6th day of February,
38-5 PETER \V. DUFFY.
Sheriff of Holt CotfntT, Nebraska.
(First publication Jan. 31, 1935.)
NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS
In the District Court of Holt
To John A. Davenport, Lavina A.
Sawyer, the unknown heirs, dev
isees, legatees, personal repre
sentatives, and all other persons
interestedinthe Estates of Frank
H. Sawyer, deceased, and I. Sib
hernscn, first and real name un
known, deceased, real names un
known, and all persons having or
claiming any interest in the SE'i
of Sec. 1, Twp. 29, R. 10 West
of the 6th P. M., real names un
known (impleaded with J. 13.
Mellor, first and real name un
known, Mayme Mellor, John
Hayne and Nina Hayne), de
Notice is hereby given that on
January 24, 1935, The Omaha Na
tional Bank, as Trustee for Ivyl
O’Flyng and Minnie O’Flyng,
filed its Petition and commenced
an action in the District Court of
Holt county, Nebraska, Doc. 37,
No. 271 Case No. 12969, against the
above named defendants, the ob
ject and prayer of which are to
foreclose a certain mortgage for
$4,500.00 on the SE'i of Sec. 1,
Twp. 29, R. 10 West of the 6th
P. M., which was executed on No
vember 25, 1924, by John A. Dav
enport, as mortgagor, to W. M.
Rainbolt, as mortgagee, which was
recorded in Book 138 of the Mort
gage Records of Holt county, Ne
braska, at Page 225, and was given
to secure the payment of a certain
promissory note executed Novem
ber 25, 1924, which note and mort
gage have been duly assigned to
plaintiff, and to quiet title to said,
Plaintiff alleges that defendant
Lavina A. Sawyer and her husband,
Frank H. Sawyer, now deceased,
assumed and agreed to pay said
mortgage, and that there is now
due on said indebtedness the sum
of $4,027.00, plus interest.
Plaintiff prays that in default of
payment by said defendants, or
some of them, of the amount due
the plaintiff as aforesaid, said
mortgaged premises be decreed to
be sold according to law to satisfy
the sums found due, with interest
and costs of suit, and that said
defendants and all persons claim
ing by, through or under them, or
any of them, be excluded from and
foreclosed of any and all interest,
right, title and equity of redemp
tion in or lien upon said mortgaged
premises, and that title therein be
You, and each of you, are re
quired to answer said Petition on
or before the 11th day of March,
THE OMAHA NATIONAL
Bank, Trustee for Ivyl
O’Flyng and Minnie O’
By—Montgomery, Hall &
Young, Laurens Wil
37-4 liams, Its Attorneys.
(First publication Feb. 14, 1935.)
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received at
the office of the Department of
Roads and Irrigation in the State
House at Lincoln, Nebraska, on
March 7, 1935, until 10:00 o’clock
A. M., and at that time publicly
opened and read for SAND GRAV
EL SURFACING and incidental
work on the O’NEILL SOUTH
PROJECT NO. 313-F, STATE
The proposed work consists of
resurfacing 3.6 miles of Graveled
The approximate quantities are:
680 Cu. Yds. Sand Gravel Sur
face Course Material.
The attention of bidders is direct
ed to the Special Provisions cover
ing subletting or assigning the
I he minimum wage paid to all
skilled labor employed on this con
tract shall be seventy-five (75)
cents per hour.
The minimum wage paid to all
intermediate labor employed on
this contract shall be sixty (60)
cents per hour.
The minimum wage paid to all
unskilled labor employed on this
contract shall be forty-five (45)
cents per hour.
The attention of bidders is also
directed to the fact that the State
Director of Reemployment,Lincoln.
Nebraska, will exercise general
supervision over the preparation of
employment lists for this work.
Plans and specifications for the
work may be seen and information
secured at the office of the County
Clerk at O'Neill, Nebraska, at the
office of the District Engineer of
the Department of Roads and Ir
rigation at Ainsworth, Nebraska,
or at the office of the Department
of Roads and Irrigation at Lincoln,
The successful bidder will be re-!
quired tofurnish bond in an amount
equal to 100f,r of his contract.
As an evidence of good faith in
submittingaproposal for this work,
the bidder must file with his pro
posal. a certified check made pay
able to the Department of Roads
and Irrigation and in an amount
not less than Fifty (50) dollars.
The right is reserved to waive all
technicalities and reject any or all
DEPARTMENT OF ROADS
A. C. Tilley, State Engineer.
C. L. Carey, District Engineer.
John C. Gallagher, County
39-3 Clerk, Holt County.
CLEAN HOUSE AT LOW COST!
What a chance to clean house at
low cost—Kalsomine, 24c pkg.—
Flat Wall White, $1.79 Gal.—Gen.
Utility Varnish, 50c qt.—Four
Hour, S2.45 gal.—Floor Paint, 65c
qt.—Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Eddie Gatz made a business trip
to Valentine and Ainsworth last
J. F. O’Donnell left Tuesday
morning for a short bsiness trip
to Omaha. *
Dr. R. E. Magirl, of Jackson, was
in the city Wednesday looking after
Mrs. F. J. Biglin entertained two
tables at bridge at her home last
Glen Shivol went down to Lin
coln the latter part of last week,
Attorney J. D. Cronin was look
ing after legal business in Lincoln
and Omaha the first of the week.
Most of the fellows who discourse
so wisely on capitol and labor have
no capital and never did any labor.
One of our friends says he has
the ideal radio: it is absolutely
guaranteed not to get any station.
John Steinhauser, John Sullivan
and Sheriff Duffy left Wednesday
morning for a short business trip
P. E. Marcellus, Business man of
Stuart and O’Neill, was looking
after his business affairs in this
The Townsend old age pension
plan won’t help the ladies much.
Few of them will ever admit get
ting old enough to qualify.
We know a woman who has a
little boy who rambles continually
when he talks. She is afraid he will
grow up to be a radio announcer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mellor and
Bobbie Mains returned last night
from a short business trip to Oma
ha. Bobbie drove back a new'
The Altar Society of St. Patrick’s
church will hold a food sale at
Morrison’s store Saturday after
noon. Members are asked to con
Miss Grace Huiggens resigned
her position with the Interstate
Power company the first of the
week and has returned to her home
Mr. and Mr3. Seth Noble, of
Plankinton, S. D., arrived in the
city last Thursday afternoon and
are looking after business matters
hene th|s week.
Query for the old timers. Who
can remember when it rained in
Holt county on two different days
in the month of February, like it
has did this year?
S. J. Weekes returned from Om
aha last night, where he had been
the past three days sitting as a
member of the loan committee of
the Regional Agricultural Credit
Mrs. Edward Campbell entertain
ed the Martez Club at her home
last Tuesday night. Mrs. William
Froelich, Mrs. L. A. Burgess, Mrs.
Max Golden and Mrs. C. E. Stout
won the prizes.
If O’Neill could get Fourth
street paved from Adams street to
the depots this season; a new fed
eral building and a new court house
for Holt county this year 1935
would not be so bad.
Mary Lois Hammond, of O’Neill,
a student at the Wayne State
Teachers College, was elected gen
eral secretary of the college New
man Club at a semester meeting
for the purpose of electing officers.
Some youngsters seem to go to
the university and finishing school
to learn to be ashamed of the par
ents who dug up the money to
make it possible for the youngsters
to go to the university and finish
Nancy Froelich celebrated her
fourth birthday last Tuesday and
26 of her little playmates were
present to help here celebrate the
event in the proper manner. It is
needless to say that the little folks
had an enjoyable time.
M. H. Horiskey, P. C. Donohoe,
M. H. McCarthy and “Cheese” Con
klin went up to Dewey Lake last
Monday morning on a fishing trip.
The boys returned home Tuesday
night with a nice string of beauties.
Fishing is said to be much better
this winter in the lakes west of us
than it has tyeen for three or four
There is a great lack of residence
houses in this city. Scarcely a day
passes but what some person calls
in this office in quest of a house to
rent, but there seem to be none
available. If some of our capital
ists would invest a portion of their
surplus in a good apartment house
we think they would get splendid
returns on their investment.
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Cellophane Wrapped 19**
I12-1.h. Sliced I Jb
Fresh Ground 09f*
2 Pounds ZUb
BEEF ROAST— iQ
Choice Lean. Per Lb. Iwlf
Large Package lib
Large. Reg. iOc Zl b
Crystal W hite, I arge Q9n
Bars—li bars Zd b
Lava, Palmolive, Camay,
Hardwater Castile ■< ft
4 bars I wC
Breakfast Geir. 17-^
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Horse Radish, or Q
Salad Cream—Each Jb
SALT—Morton’s Q ^
Iodized Shaker Ub
10-Lb. Bag 17c
Cans—Mustard or ft
TOM ATOES—No. 2 can
(i Cans yjli
12 Cans $1.15
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R. R. MORRISON
Groceries and Meats
Phones 23 & 24 We Deliver
This section of the state was
blessed with a little moisture again
yesterday and today. It drizzled
most of yesterday afternoon and
part of the night, with a little
snow falling early this morning.
The snow did not amount to much,
however, melting almost as fast as
it fell. Weather Observes Bowen
announces that the guage measured
.28 of an inch of moisture had fal
len up to 8 o’clock this morning.
Of course these are lean years.
More people are leaning on the
government than ever before.
Sins of the parents are visited
upon their children unto the third
and fourth generation. So are
their bond issues.—Hiawatha Daily
THE CHRISTIAN AND
Rev. Albert W. Swanson
Service held permanently at the
Episcopal church building.
Sunday School at 2:00 p. m.
Devotional hour at 3 p. m. Ser
mon—The Unpardonable Sin. Shall
we all come out Sunday afternoon
at three o’clock when we may study
together on this important theme.
Read Matt. 12:31, 32, and bring
some one with you.
Prayer services Thursday after
noon at 3 p. m., at the home of Mrs.
Guy Wilsey, 407 E. John St.
Welcome to the worship of the
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.—R. M.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.—
The Higher Citizenship.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.—Life’s
The choirs will lead the congre
gational singing and furnish spec
ial music. We invite you to wor
ship with us.
H. D. Johnson, Pastor.
NEW AUTO PARTS
S40 and $50 per
P. O. Box 185
I Sale of Fun
Our Regular Fur Sale of
will be held
Friday, February 22
See our showing of the newest
and smartest Fur Coats, Jackets
and Neck Pieces.
Buy your FUR COATS NOW
and save 25^< to 50C . A small de
posit will hold any coat until
wanted, including free storage.
Chapman Style Shop
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