The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 09, 1936, Page TEN, Image 10

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(First publication March 26, 1936.)
SALE BY SPECIAL MASTER IN
CHANCERY UNDER DECREE
DOUGLAS CONES, SPECIAL
MASTER IN CHANCERY
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of an order of sale issued
out of the District Court of the
United States, for the District of
Nebraska. Norfolk Division, and in
pursuance of the decree of said
Court rendered at the September
1934 term of said Court, to-vvit: on
the 17th day of June, 1935, in an
action therein pending, numbered
277 Equity, wherein the Penn Mu
tual Life Insurance Company is
plaintiff, and Silas A. Schlotman,
et al., are defendants, I, Douglas
Cones, as Special Master in ( han
cery of said Court, by virtue of the
MISCELLANEOUS
I HAVE taken for collection all of
the accounts of the Chapman
Style Shop.—Mattie Soukup._
[X] GREEN for Lieutenant Gov
ernor. 44tf
YOUR big bargain! ! OMAHA
BEE-NEWS, 3 months, daily and
Sunday, by mail on rural routes in
Nebraska and Iowa, .and McCalls
Magazine,Hunting & Fishing, and
Country Home., one year each,
only $2.10. 41tf
FOR SALE
SEED CORN—Roy Cole, O'Neill,
Phone 7-F6. 4i-2p
k_^
HOME grown Black Ember Cane
Seed; also one good Hereford
yearling bull.—Charles Morton,
Opportunity. 47-2p
FOUR small houses, priced right.
—Mattie Soukup. 4>uf
SEED corn; also baled hay. Have
3 farms for rent.—R. H. Parker.
45tf
PART Shetland pony, 2-ycars-ol<l,
broke and gentle.—Walter Sire,
Inman, Nebr. 40-2p
R. C. R. 1- Reds hatching eggs.—
Mrs. Frank Pribil, Jr., O'Neill.
Phone 3-F210. 4(>-6P
REGISTERED Hereford Bulls. A
few good yearling calves.—W. G.
Sire, Inman, Nebr. 45-4p
TWELVE room building, now lo
cated on new postoflice site. Must
be moved.—W. G. Beha. 45t{
BABY CHICKS from purebred free
range flocks. Custom Hatching.
Order early—Atkinson Hatchery.
37tf
USED Farm Machinery for sale:
One slightly used Stewart sheep
shearing machine with grinder; 1
Karmall tractor; 1 McDrg 15-30
tractor; horse and tractor plows,
cultivators, grain binders; one 4
row lister cultivator; also some
horse and tractor mqwers, etc.—
F. M. Keating & Sons, Atkinson.
45-4
Bankers Life Ins. C o. f
of Nebraska
Leads the World in Insurance |
written in its own state. .
IVAN C. PRUSS, A*ent |
O’Neill. Nebraska
Successor to Robert J. Marsh |
TRAVEL BY BUS via
Grand Island-O'Neill Stages
Lv. 8:00 O’Neill Ar. 8:45
Ar. 12:15 Grand Island Ly. 4:15
Service thru to Hastings, Lincoln,
Kearney, North l’latte. Denver,
Salt Lake, Boise, Portland. Los
Angeles and San Francisco.
For information call
GOLDEN HOTEL
Phone 35 We Carry Express
HOME LOANS
FARM LOANS
RANCH LOANS
I Am Now Making Loans
JOHN L. QUIG
Dr. J. L. SHERBAHN
Chiropractor
Phone 147
Half Block South of the Ford
Garage—West Side of Street
Diamond —Watches—Jewelery
Expert Watch Repairing
0. M. Herre—Jeweler
In Reardon I)rue Store
W. F. FINLEY, M. D.
Phone, Office 28
O'Neill :: Nebraska
DR. J. P. BROWN
Office Phone 77
Complete X-Ray Equipment
Glasses Correctly Fitted
Residence Phone 223
[authority in me vested as such
Special Master in Chancery under
the decree and order of sale issued
to me as Special Master in Chan
cery, will, on the 25th day of April.
1936, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon,
at the front door of the County
Court House in O’Neill, Nebraska,
the County Seat of Holt county,
Nebraska, at the usual place where
Sheriff’s sales of land are made in
suid County, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, the
following described property, to
wit: ,
The Southeast Quarter (SE '-*)
of Section numbered Twenty
three (23), Township numbered
Twenty-seven (27), North,
Jiange numbered Nine (9),
West of the 6th P. M., contain
ing 160 acres, more or less, ac
cording to Government Survey,
situate in Holt county, Ne
bm.sk ei
to satisfy said decree, interest and
costs.
DOUGLAS CONES,
Special Master in Chancery
of the United States Dis
trict Court for the District
of Nebraska. Norfolk Di
45-5 vision.
(First publication March 19, 1936.)
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Educational Lands and
Funds or its authorized represent
ative will offer for lease at public
auction on the 17th day of April*
1936, at 10 o’clock A. M„ at the
office of the county treasurer of
Holt county, in O’Neill, Nebraska,
on educational lands within Holt
county, upon which the contract of
sale or lease has been forfeited or
canceled. At the same time and
place, all movable improvements on
such lands will be sold at public
auction. Said public auction is to
be held open one hour. The right
to redeem the wdthin described
lands ceases to exist upon the com
pletion of this advertisement.
S e */4 —S E Vi S W1 i, 16-25-9
LEO N. SWANSON,
Commissioner of Public
44-4 Lands and Buildings.
(First publication March 26, 1936.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 2526
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska. March 19, 1936.
In the matter of the Estate of
George Geary. Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
hereby notified that the time limited
for presenting claims against said
estate is July 16, 1936, and for the
payment of debts is March 19, 1937,
and that on April 16, 1936, and on
July 17, 1936, at 10 o’clock A. M„
each day, ,1 will be at the County
Court Room in said County to re
ceive, examine, hear, allow or ad
just all claims and objections duly
filed.
C. J. MALONE.
County Judge.
(County Court Seal) 45-3
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
EMMET ITEMS
(Continued from page 5.)
Mrs. Howard McConnell and son
returned home from Rose, Nebr.,
where they have been visiting rel
atives.
Howard McConnell and Joe Luth
made a business trip to Ricket, Io.,
Monday. They returned home on
Tuesday night.
Herman Janzing. Sr., is quite ill
this week.
Maryann Winkler was the only
Sophomore to be exempted from
six weeks exams, held Friday.
Mrs. Mary Plants returned to the
Frank Sesler home Mopday, after
spending a few weeks at the home
of her daughter, Mrs, Clarence
Farr.
Mrs. Charles Vogel and daughter
arrived in Emmet Sunday from
Tilden to spend a few days with
Mrs. Vogel's daughter, Mrs. Arthur
Dill. They returned home Mon
day morning.
KING OF
KINGS”
Superb Sound
Motion Picture
COMING TO O'NEILL
Beautiful, Reverent, Awe-In
spiring and Immortal is this
story of the greatest triumph
the world has ever known.
Pre-eminently the greatest
production ever shown on the
screen.
Acclaimed by world-famed di
vines as the most reverent pic
turizationof the supreme trag
edy of the ages.
SEE THIS PICTURE AT
METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday, April 12
8:00 P. M.
No admission charge but a
SILVER OFFERING
will be taken
EVERYONE WELCOME
Bring the entire family. This
picture is worth driving miles to
Rev. A. J. MAY, Pastor
Mr. and Mrs. William Hersh
berger and John O Donnell were
business callers in Stuart Saturday
afternoon.
MEEK AND VICINITY
John A. Robertson had quite a
bad accident last Friday while
helping his son Dick but hay in the
barn. He fell through a trap door,
striking on the manger, breaking
his collar bone, cracking a rib and
there were several minor injuries.
While the injuries are very pain
ful we are glad no worse injury
was sustained.
This community was shocked to
hear of the sudden death of Carl
Grant at Dorsey. While the family
never lived in this immediate
neighborhood he was quite well
known here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoyer are
now living in O’Neill and Charlie
is hauling cream from the country
to O’Neill.
Frank Griffith had the misfortune
to lose one of his best horses last
week.
Mrs. A. L. Borg spent Friday at
the -Sam Robertson home attending
to the work there while Mr. and
Mrs. Robertson were at Stuart
with Mrs. Robertson’s father, Will
Walters.
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs.
Frank Nelson on Thursday. Quite
a few were not able to attend on
account of sickness and the roads
were far from being good at that
time.
Miss Hazel McDonald and Mrs.
Goldie Liddy motored to Columbus
and Genoa on Saturday to visit
relatives, also to bring Mrs. Mc
Donald home. She has been visit
ing at Genoa for some time. They
visited at the Hans Egger home at
Columbus, Mrs. Eggers being the
former Anita Liddy.
Mr. and Mrs. Mariedy Hubby
motored down front Atkinson Sun
day evening bringing a group of
young people for the Mission. They
put on a very interesting program
at the Paddock Union church.
Quite a large crowd attended, the
roads kept some from attending
who would otherwise have been
there.
Mrs. Ralph Ernst has been
staying at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Robertson,
for several days helping with the
work since her father’s injury.
Mr. and Mrs. Mariedy Hubby
and children and Miss Helen Mur
ray of Atkinson spent the first of
the week visiting at the Eric Borg
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert McDonald
are the proud parents of a ten
i pound boy, born on April 7th, at
I Lynch. AH concerned are doing
nicely. "Happy” is really happy
I now. Mrs. McDonald was formerly
Velma JChamers, of Lynch.
Funeral service? for Will Walters
j were held at the Pleasant Valley
church Tuesday afternoon. A
large crowd attended. Mr. Walters
was taken to the Stuart hospital
a week ago Saturday and under
went an operation. He suffered a
great deal of the time from the
operation until death claimed him.
He was a good friend and neighbor
and will be greatly missed. The
family have the sympathy of the
entire community in their loss.
Albert Kaczor has been having
serious sickness among his cattle
and has lost some and has several
sick at this writing. They se«m
to think it is caused by poison of
some kind in the feed.
Miss Maude Rouse, of O’Neill,
was an overnight guest at the
Howard Rouse home on Monday.
PLEASANT DALE
Quite a few farmers attended
the soil conservation meeting at
the court house in O'Neill on Sat
urday afternoon.
Donald Scott, of Atkinson, did
practice teaching in district 7b last
week. Miss Helen Dvorak is the
regular teacher.
George Weber and daughters,
Pauline and Attilia, of Stuart,
were dinner guests at the Joe
Winkler home Thursday.
Mrs. Carl Lorenz and son, Glenn,
Mrs. William Ernst and daughter,
Evelyn, Mrs. Clarence Ernst 'and
son, James and Mrs. Margaret
Gray visited Mrs. Verne Beckwith
in O’Neill Tuesday.
Superintendent Clarence Mc
Clurg visited Pleasantdale school
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Coleman
and family of Pjloenix visited Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Beckwith Sunday
afternoon.
A baby boy was bivn to Mr. and
Mrs. D. E. Segar on Tuesday
March 31.
Glenn Lorenz has infection in his
left hand. He had to stay home
from school for several days last
week.
A prize winning letter written
by Herman Janzing is published in
the last issue of the Nebraska
Farmer. Congratulations?, Herman.
Harold Segar and Kenneth Fro
hardt drove up from Norfolk Sat
urday evening to get Mrs. Segar
and children, who had been visiting
here for some time. They returned
home Sunday evening.
• Overwork, illness, wrong food, lack of exercise—all collect their 1
toll. Now’s the time to get back to normal. I
Are yon feeling discouraged and “run down” these days? It may be I
because indoor living, worry and overwork haveconspired to wear down |
your resistance—and reduce the iron content of your blood. An iron |
deficiency can weaken energy and make a man or woman imagine I
almost everything is wrong when really the condition is not serious. I
If you are “below par" just start taking Pursang. See how much I
better you feel in two or three days. Pursang contains iron and copper
compounds — effective in increasing hemoglobin, the substance that
makes red blood red. At the same time it stimulates appetite and aids
digestion. Pursang contains no sugar. Begin your Pursang treatment
today! BECKMAN’S DRUG )
O’NEILL. NEBRASKA /M
THE true use of the mouth is not
merely to make a noise, any more
than the proper use of money is to
make a show of the spender.
The
O’NEILL NATIONAL
BANK
Capital, Surplus and This Rank Carrie*. No
Undivided Profits, Indebtedness of Officers
$125,000.00 or Stockholders.
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE
CORPORATION
BRIEFLY STATED
H. G. Asher, of Page, was trans
acting business in this city Tues
day.
George Van Every has been
stationed at Burwell the last week
on highway work.
Miss Helen Murphy came up
from Omaha Wednesday for a few
days visit with the home folks.
Fred Woods, of Fremont, visited
here last Saturday at the home of
Chief of Police and Mrs. Chester
Calkins.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lydon visited j
here several days at the home of j
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lydon, leaving j
for home Monday.
Mrs. W. J. Biglin and children
left this afternoon for Jackson,
where they will spend Easter with j
relatives and friends.
Mary Joan Finley, who is attend
ing Duschene college in Omaha,
came up Wednesday night to spend
the Easter vacation with the home
folks.
Edward Kirkpatrick spent the
week end here Saturday. Edward
is stationed in a CCC camp within
the corporate limits of Madison,
Nebr.
—
Ed O’Donnell came up from1
North Platte last Friday and spent
Saturday and Sunday visiting with
relatives and friends in the old
home town.
Glenn J. Bragg and Miss Clara
Cook, both of Venus, were granted
a marriage license in the county
court last Friday and thereafter
(Political Advertisement)
were united in marriaee by County
Judge Malone.
Crist Anderson was over from
Bristow Tuesday interviewing the
voters in behalf of his candidacy
for the nomination for member of
the unicameral legislature.
Mr. and, Mrs. Francis Dempsey,
of North Bend, are the proud par
ents of a 10% pound son, born on
Thursday, April 2, at Neligh. Mrs.
Dempsey- was formerly Miss Violet
Pinkerman.
Mrs. Goldie Liddy and Hazel Mc
Donald went to Columbus last Sat
urday and spent the week-end at'
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hans
Egger, returning to O’Neill Sun
day night.
(Political Advertisment)
L. G. Gillespie
Candidate for the
Legislature
I am a candidate for the
Unicameral Legislature on
the non-political ballot from
the 28th district, comprising
Holt, Rock, Boyd and Keya
i Paha counties. If nominated
and elected, it will be my
purpose to voice the wishes
of my constituents, as I en
j deavored to do as a House
| member from Holt county in
j the 193.) session.
Your vote and support at
the primary April 14. will be
appreciated.
DANCE
AT
K. C. Hall, O’Neill
SATURDAY EVENING
April 11
at 9:00 p. m.
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