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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1936)
(First publication May 28, 1936.)
NOTICE FOR PETITION FOR
Estate No, 2553
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska, May 26, 1936.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Lawrence H. Snell, Deceased.
Notice is hereby jriven to all per
sons interested in said estate that
a petition has been filed in said
Court for the appointment of
Hazel Snell as Administratrix of
said estate, and will be heard June
18, 1936 at 10 o’clock A. M„ at
the County Court Room in O’Neill,
C. J. MALONE,
(County Court Seal) 2-3
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
AMAZING OFFER! Delineator,
Pathfinder, Pictorial Review, one
year each and OMAHA BEE
NEWS, 3 months, Daily and Sun
day, by mail on Nebraskan and
Iowa rural routes, only $2.65.
ORDER HERE TODAY!! 48tf
I HAVE eastern money to loan on
farms and ranches. I also loan
money on city property.—R. H.
Parker, O’Neill, Nebr. 2tf
WANTED TO BUY ~
WHEN you have butcher stuff,
cither hogs or cattle for sale, see
Barnhart's Market. 48-tf
IMPROVED 160 acres, 14 miles
cast of O’Neill.—Farmers Nation,
al Co. 312 So. 12th, Norfolk. 3-2p
6-ROOM modern house in O’Neill.
—Write W. F. Kintigh. Atkinson,
PASTURE and Hay Lands in Holt
county for sale. Write P. H. Gil.
Ian, Columbus, Nebr. 2-3p
ONE IHC 15-30 Tractor and one
22-38 MeCormlck-Deering Separ
ator.—Georg* E. Collins, Atkin
FARMALLS FOR SALE We have
several used. Farmalls and a 10-20
Mc-Drg. One of these Farmalls
all complete with mowing outfit.
All of these Farmalls have gone
thru the shop with new pistons
and sleeves, and reconditioned just
like new. Also have a used C-l
’34 International pick-up.—Farm
ers Lbr. & Sup. Co., Bassett, Neb.
USED FARM MACHINERY—
Farmall tractor, McDrg 10-20,
McDrg 15-30, McDrg 22-38 all
steel thresher; 1 No. 2 all steel
cylinder corn shellar, manure
spreader, grain binder, 10-ft trac
tor binder, Farmall cultivator,
Farmall mowers, horse mowers,
rakes and sweeps. Ford coach,
Chevrolet coach, International H>0
inch grain truck equipped with
stock and grain body; Internation
al heavy duty truck, suitable for
sheller or hay press.—F. M. Keat
ing & Sons, Atkinson. 1-4
FREEDA M. CLARK
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Lee Hotel
Bankers Life Ins. Co.
Leads the W orld in Insurance
written in its own state.
IVAN C. PRUSS, Agent
Successor to Robert J. Marsh
I Am Now Making Loans
JOHN L. QUIG
Dr. J. L. SHERBAHN
Half Block South of the Ford
Garage—West Side of Street
Expert Watch Repairing
O. M. Herre—Jeweler
In Reardon Drug Store
W. F. FINLEY, M. D.
Phone, Office 28
O’Neill :: Nebraska
DR. J. P. BROWN
Office PIiopp 77
Complete X-Ray Equipment
Glasses Correctly Fitted
Residence Phone 223
(First publication May 21, 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 Federal Land Bank of
Omaha, a corporation, is plaintiff
and Jeremiah P. Hanley', are de
fendants, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash at the front door
of the court house in O’Neill, Ne
braska, on the 22nd day of June,
1936, at 10 o’clock A. M., the fol
lowing described premises in Holt
The south half of section 15,
in township 29 north of range
11 west of the Sixth Principal
Meridian, all in Holt County,
to satisfy the sum of $8880.92 found
due plaintiff and interest thereon
and $20.70 costs of suit and accru
listed this 16th day of May,
1-5 PETER W. DUFFY,
Sheriff of Holt County, Nebraska.
The Holt County Board of Equal
ization will meet at their office in
the court house in O’Neill, Nebras
ka, on June 9, 19.16 and be in ses
sion not less than three days nor
more than twenty days.
AH complaints or protests on
valuation or assessments must be
made during the first three days
of this session.
JOHN C. GALLAGHER,
3-1 County Clerk.
(First publication May 21, 1936)
Williams & Williams, Attorneys.
NOTICE OF REFEREE’S SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur
suant to an order made by the
District Court of Boone county,
Nebraska, in an action of parti
tion pending in said court, wherein
R. J. Mullin, et al„ are plaintiffs,
and Della Palmer, et al., are de
fendents, the undersigned, T. D.
Mullin, sole referee, duly appointed
in said cause, was ordered to sell
the foliowring described real estate,
South half of Section 20,
Township 28, North, Range 11,
W’est of the 6th P. M., Holt
Southwest Quarter of Sec
tion 29, Township 28, North,
Range 11, West of the 6th P.
M„ Holt County, Nebraska.
Now', therefore, notice is hereby
given that by virtue of said order,
judgment and decree, the under
signed, T. D. Mullin, sole referee
in said action, having taken oath
required by law, and having given
bond as provided by the order of
''court, will, on Tuesday, June
29|.4il3B, at the hour of one o’clock
m., of said day, sell at public
auction, the above described real
estate, at the west front door of
the court house in O'Neill, Holt
County, Nebraska, as a whole, to
the highest bidder, for cash.
Said sale will remain open one
Dated May 21, 1936.
T. D. MULLIN',
(Continued from page 5.)
where they will spend a few days
visiting with Mr. Jurgensmeir’s
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard and
Margaret Cuddy were Sunday din
ner guests of Grandma Cole.
Helen Peterson, of Atkinson, is
visiting at the John Bonenberger
home this week.
Guy Harris, of O’Neill, is spend
ing the summer with his grand
mother, Mrs. Clara Cole.
Pete Banks is visiting at the
Bill Grothe home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fox of O’Neill,
were Sunday visitors at the John
Bety Harris, of O'Neill, is spend
ing this week at the Guy Cole
Frankie, Edna Mary and Jackie
Neil Sesler spent Sunday at the
Clarence Farr home.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cole and child
ren and Pat McGinnis left Tuesday
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METHODIST CHURCH NOTES
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning Services at 11:00 a. m.
when Rev. Earl Dix, of Butte, Ne
braska, a returned Missionary from
Africa will deliver the sermon. In
connection with this service the
Missionary Society are taking a
Evening Services at 8:00 p. m.
when Rev. Dix will give a Lantern
Lecture at the church on Africa.
A silver offering will be taken.
Sunday School at 10:00— C. E.
Morning Worship at 11:00.
Evening Service at 8:00—Y'oung
H. D. Johnson, Pastor.
S. J. Weekes returned Tuesday
night from a short business trip
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Downey, of
Omaha, drove up last Saturday for
a couple of days visit with realtives
and friends here.
Miss Robertha Arbuthnot went
down to Lincoln Tuesday morning
on official business.
Douglas Cones, ^n atorney and
banker of Pierce, was in the city
on business Tuesdiy.
Sheriff Peter Duffy was in Oma
ha over the week end, and of course
took in the races while in the city.
John McCarthy came up from
Hastings last Saturday for a couple
of days visit with the home folks.
Bennett Gilligan came up from
Sioux City last Tuesday night for a
short visit with relatives and old
Grady Corbitt and William Sloan
attorneys of Geneva, Nebr., were
in the city on legal business last
Miss Nancy Dickson, who recent
ly graduated from the Wayne
Normal, cdme home the latter part
of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O’Donnell
came up from Randolph at the end
of the week for a short visit with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. J. H. Meredith returned
Wednesday night from a three
weeks visit with relatives at Omaha
and Des Moines, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McPharlin
came up from Omaha last Satur
day for a short visit with his moth
er, Mrs. J. H. McPharlin.
Mrs. Ted McElhaney, daughter
and son, went down to Orchard
last Saturday for a weeks visit at
the home of her mother.
Kenneth Templeton, of Hastings,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Temple
ton formerly of this city, was here
last Saturday visiting ''old time
The Tigers Club held their first
picnic of the season in the McDer
mott grove south of this city last
Tuesday eevning. An enjoyable
time is reported. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Walling
came up from Aurora Saturday for
a short visit with relatives. Mr.
Walling returned home Sunday, but
192K CHEVROLET SEDAN
—In good running condition.
All glass in shape, and up
holstery in good condition.
A low price on this one
sale of $**3
1931 CHEVROLET TRUCK
—Long wheelbase, dual tires
in rear. This truck is now in
the shop and being recondi
tioned. Priced on COCA
this sale at
1934 CHEVROLET TRUCK
—Long wheelbase, dual 10
ply tires, new pistons, rinRs
and pins, propellor shaft and
joints overhauled. This truck
is ready to ro to PACE
work for you at V*TU»J
1927 CHEVROLET TRUCK
—Has 32x6 tires, motor runs
srood and you will find that
this truck is well worth the
reduced to yl 3
193.*, CHEVROLET MASTER
SPORT SEDAN—In perfect
condition, Fisher body with
turret top and no draft vent
ilation complete with radio
and heater. Garries an OK
Special at yUJv
1935 CHEVROLET MASTER
SEDAN—Fisher Turret top
body, No draft ventilation,
new tires, upholstery in per
fect condition.' Knee action
and all late improvements.
With radio and CCCO
heater. Sale price yUUU
1930 PLYMOUTH SEDAN—
Has been refinished with nesv
DuLux paint. In good con
dition, and good upholstery.
See this one for
low priced ttOOE
1930 PONTIAC COACH —
Car has had very good care.
Upholstery in good condi
tion. Car has been checked
over and otfers many miles
of transporta- fl*1QE
tion as yet. y I OO
1930 FORD MODEL A—Has
a very good 4-cylinder motor,
good, tires, and upholstery
has been renovated. Has new
DuLux paint finish. 004 E
Special at, yt*TU
1925* FORI) MODEL A SE
DAN—This car has had ex
ceedingly good care and is in
the best condition of any
Model A that we have had
for some time. Car C17C
speaks for itself. ^ I I 0
1910 CHEVROLET COACH
—Car has been refinished,
wire wheels, new seat cov
ers, all adjustments have
been checked. A very pop
ular model. fljOQE
Reduced to yfctO
1927 OLDS COUPE—There
are lots of miles left in this
car. Runs nicely, and car is
in very good condi- ff7E
tion. Low priced at V * J
19510 CHEVROLET COACH
—Is now being reconditioned
in our shops. Will have new'
paint, upholstery will be ren
ovated and it will make you
a good low priced later mod
el at this low G 1 QC
price of I ww
You can purchase any of the
above cars on the low GMAC
Miller Bros. Chevrolet Co.
Phone 100 C. E. LUNDGREN, Mgr. O’Neill, Nebr.
We are open evenings and Sundays.
Mrs. Walling remained for a couple
of weeks visit at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Star
Art Turner, who is now engaged
in the poultry business as an in
dependent dealer at Ainsworth, was
in the city visiting friends last
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Nellie Toy, who has been
teaching at Herman for the past
two years returned home last w’eek.
She will return to Herman in the
fall for another school year.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zimmer
man and children came up from
Norfolk last Saturday morning for
Decoration Day services and to
visit with old time friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chap
man came up from Omaha last Fri
EARLY OHIO SEED—
Last We Will Have
SMALL SIZE *7 7C
Per 100-Lb. Bag
LARGE SIZE 7 7C
Per 100-Lb. Bajf A## 9
Red Triumphs 7 *7C
Per 100-Lb. Bap BUM 9
15-Lb. Peck . 45c
Per Pound alVw
No Bone—Per Lb. .
We Deliver Phone 144-Wr
day afternoon for Decoration Day
services here. They returned to
their home Saturday afternoon.
According to the last issue of
the Gregory Times - Advocate, of
Gregory, S. D., Harold Baker and
Miss Irene Bellar, both of O’Neill,
were granted a marriage license
there last week.
George Reichert, of Herford, S.
D., was in the city Tuesday attend
ing the sale of his father’s old
ranch northeast of this city. George
says that it is very dry in hi3 sec
tion of South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Credle and
daughter, Judith, and Hugh O’Don
nefl, came up from Omaha last
Friday and spent the week-end at J
the home of their parents. Mr. and ]
Mrs, J. F. O’Donnell and with
other relatives here.
Be your own Tire
Dealer instead of hav
ing the dealer ordeh
for you. Buy from the
Gamble Store and get a
price lower than'deal
ers’ net billing price.
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EV EN in Summer you cannot make
hay without grass, and even with a
large income a man cannot become
rich unless he saves.
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Capital, Surplus and
This Bank Carries No
Indebtedness of Officers
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE
Again your Food Center comes to the front to offer more ASTOUND
ING VALUES for YOUR BENEFIT! It’s getting to be a known
fact that the HIGHEST QUALITY merchandise at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE FIGURE is obtainable at the O’NEILL FOOD CENT
ER! So why not fall in line, and be on hand to take advantage of
the following values?
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No. 10 Can
(Joes 4 Times
FRESH MEATS —FRESH FISH j
FULL LINE of FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
These prices are available only at
the O’Neill Food Center and will con
tinue thvuout the next week.
W. N. MORRIS.
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