The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, September 12, 1935, Page FOUR, Image 4
The Frontier D.H. Cronin, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Postoffice at O’Neill. Nebraska as Second Class Matter ^ADVERTISING RATES: Display advertising on pages 5, 6 and 8 are charged for on a basis of 25c an inch (one column wait) per week; on page 1 the charge is 40 cent an inch per week. Want ads, 10c per line, first insertion, subsequent insertions, 5c per line. One Year, in Nebraska $2.00 One Year, outside Nebraska $2.25 Every subscription is regarded an open account. The names of subscribers will be instantly re moved from our mailing list at ex- j piration of time paid for, if pub lisher shall be notified; otherwise the subscription remains in force at thedesignated subscription price. Every subscriber must understand that these conditions are made a Ert of the contract between pub her and subscriber. Supervisors’ Proceedings (Continued from last week) O’Neill, Nebraska, Aug. 28, 1935, 9 a. m. Holt County Board of Supervis ors met as per adjournment. All members present. Meeting called to order by the Chairman. Min utes fo previous meeting read and <m motion were approved as read. Board spent forenoon in review ing and approving applications for Old Age Pensions. 12:00 noon, on motion, Board ad. journed until 1:00 p. m, John Sullivan, Chairman. John C. Gallagher, Clerk. O’Neill, Nebraska, Aug. 28, 1935, 1 p. m. Holt County Board of Supervis ors met as per adjournment. All members present. Meeting called to order by the Chairman. On motion the following claims were allowed on the Unemploy ment Relief Fund: Mrs. Minnie Hough $64.50 Mrs. Mary Wilson _ 44.20 Reardon Bros. _ 3.85 E. J. Kilmurry.. 45.00 Koenig Hospital ... . 18.35 N. W. Bell Tel. Co. 28.50 Dr. N. P. McKee . 3.75 Roberta Arbuthnot ... 20.00 Roberta Arbuthnot 32.30 O’Neill General Hospital 30.00 Interstate Power Co. 9.70 Walter Snider ___ 45.00 C. E. Stout __ 3.00 The following claims were audit ed and approved and on motion -were allowed and warrants ordered drawn on the Road Fund in pay ment of same: Harry Keeler _... $25.52 James Davidson . 16.12 Deep Rock Oil Co. 43.50 J. D. Adams Co.42.69 Wilbur Shoal .... 92.00 Sam Kaup . 92.00 John Haskin 40.0o L. H. Steinhau^er.. 8.00 Mort Gill . 40.24 W. H. Stein_14.15 W. H. Stein 21.95 Lyle McKim . 19.20 Geo. Kubik ... . 10.00 Dick Curran _..r~— 2.00 Joe Kubick IV ,.!.t 22.00 Verne Johnson 17.60 Harold Hibbs .. 2.00 L. H. Steinhauser ._ 16.00 Ivan Jensen 2.00 John Claussen . _vf:. 22.65 Dale Potts 2.00 Id. Boas_ .... . 3.20 t C. E. Linn . 17.00 Alder Bros. .. ... .. 1.48 Ed Krugman _.... 4.00 Finwall Garage__ 25.78 Porters Filling Station . 11.94 Theo Hurtig _ 4.35 Sam Killham . 40.96 Standar Oil Co.. 13.13 John Walter Sr. . 15.00 Continental Oil Co__ 40.85 Nebr. Culvert Mfg. Co._ 41.20 O. F. Lindburg.. 3.00 Spann Bros. . 14.05 W. H. Stein.. 32.45 Austin Western Road Co. . 16.18 5:00 p. m., on motion. Board ad journed until August 29, 1935, at 9:00 a. m. John Sullivan, Chairman. John C. Gallagher, Clerk. O’Neill, Nebraska, Aug. 29, 1935, 9 a. m. Holt County Board of Supervis ors met as, per adjournment. All members present. Meetting called to order by the Chairman. Minu ts of the previous meetinw was read and approved as read. The following claims were allow ed on the County Relief Road Fund: Council Oak _$210.20 R Schulz_ 2.10 W. S. Gore*- 3.20 V. W. McGinnis _ 36.60 Mrs. Harry Kopp 1._ 41.20 John Wrcde _ 42.30 Ira L. Livingston- 6.00 K-B Market_._ 14.40 Greenstreet Bros. _ 2.10 Roy Karr- 24.10 Jess Kiatt_12.00 Gail Burdick_ 6.00 A. E. Bucklin —.- 2.40 Golden Rule -- 5.40 Fair Store_ 17.50 J. H. Wunner.. 16.00 Council Oak, Atkinson 12.00 Ben J. Grady 18-00 R. R. Morrison--38.90 Farmers Union Store _—. 12.90 J. I. Gray 34.40 W. H. Chicken--- 71-50 B. J. Shald 12.00 Mrs. D. Stannard..—- 12.00 J. C. Penney Co.- 11.60 John Finch--- 75.40 Joe Daas 2.40 Earl Billings . 3.20 Alder Bros. - 35.70 Clover Farm Store- 15.30 The Board spent the rest of the forenoon in auditing claims for rent and for the care of the poor. 12:00 noon, on motion, Board ad journed until 1:00 p. m. John Sullivan, Chairman. John C. Gallagher, Clerk. O’Neill, Nebraska, Aug. 29, 1935, 1 p. m. Holt County Board of Supervis ors met as per adjournment. All members present. Meeting called to order by the Chairman. The following claims were audit ed and approved and on motion weere alloyed and warrants order ed drawn on the Poor Fund in pay ment of the same: Harmon Johnson Funeral Home_$65.00 E. J. Kilmurray ..... 45.00 Ed Boldra ___25.00 George Syfie 5.00 Mrs. Elva Bogue 7.00 Atkinson General Hospital _ 17.75 Fred Swipgley . 24.00 Zeffa M. Stein ... 19.60 Fred Swingley _ 8.00 (Continued on page 5, column 6.) TIRES! Why is it that more than twice as many people are buying Tires from Gambles now than last year. The recent drastic price reduction is one of the reasons. 30x5 Truck Tires, $14.95.—Adv. BRIEFLY STATED Pat Dorsey, of Pender, is in the city today looking after business matters. Fred#Woods, of Fremont, visited at the home of Mr. and Mr3. Chet Calkins, last Friday. Mr. and. Mrs. Bruce Vail are the parents of a son, born last Mon day morning. Mrs. Vail and son are doing nicely. John J. Turner, of Atkinson, and Miss Helen Cleary, of O’Neill, were granted a marriage license in county court last Monday. Guy Alderson, for many years a resident of the Chambers country, but now living at Tilden, was in the city last Monday visiting old time friends. Former Congressman Edgar Howard, of Columbus, was in the city for a few hours today, visiting his many old-time friends. H. B. Hubbard and daughter, Miss Fern, came up from Lincoln last Friday morning for a few days visit with old time friends. Larry Phalen left this afternoon for Denver, Colorado, where he will enter Regis college for his third year in the medical college. Owen F. Hayes, of Atkinson, and Miss Inez Beck, of# Stuart, were granted a marriage license in the county court last Saturday. Charles A. Meyers, 61, and Mrs. Elsie Ohm, 34, both of Menlo, Iowa, were granted a marriage license in county court last Mon day. Miss Ruth Evans left last Sun day morning for Omaha where she will enter St. Catherines hospital and take a course in nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hagensick came up from Sioux City last Mon day night to attend the funeral of Mr. Hagensick’s father, William Hagensick. Miss Anna Clark, who had been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. R. Sullivan for the past three weeks, left for her home in Omaha Sunday morning. Miss Mary Sullivan and Miss Eileen Davidson left for Omaha last Sunday morning where they will enter St. Joseph’s hospital and take the course in nursing. i 4*! 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