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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1936)
GIRL for general housework
Must be good cook and tidy house
keeper. Call at this office. 11-tf
MAN OR WOMAN with car to
make collections and solicit new
business on rural routes in this
county. WTrite the OMAHA BEE
NEWS, Omaha, Nebraske. for
ONLY PHILCO HAS IT.—Gilles
pie Radio Co. 14-tf
I HAVE eastern money to loan on
farms and ranches. I also loan
money on city property.—R. H.
Parker, O’Neill, Nebr. 2tf
SALESMAN for Holt county. Un
usual opportunity. Experience
unnecessary. Car required. No
investment. W'rite S. F. Baker
& Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 13-fi
FOR RENT _
WANTED TO BUY
WHEN you have butcher stuff,
either hogs or cattle for sale, see
Barnhart's Market. 48-tf
FOR SALE ___
OR TRADE for Hay, Chevrolet
Trucks and Cars.—Obershaw
Chevrolet Co., Oakdale, Neb. 13-2
ONE USED DELCO Farm Light
Plant, good condition, with a set
of lfiO amp. batteries.—Fred L.
Hoefner, Hooper, Nebr. 13-2
BALED HAY.—R. H. Parker,
O’Neill. Nebr. 12-tf
OR RENT—Half section hay land.
John Kersenbrock, O’Neill 13-tf
REGISTERED HEREFORD Bulls,
10 to 15 months old.— W. G. Sire,
ONE 1934 V8 TRUCK, Cheap. In
quire at this office. 10-tf
GOOD 4-ROOM house, on farm.
Will have to be moved. Phone
FREEDA M. CLARK ||
Physician and Surgeon |
CHAMBERS, NEBRASKA j
Office in Lee Hotel |
I Am Now Making Loans
JOHN L. QUIG
Dr. J. L. SHERBAHN
Half Itlock South of the Ford
Oarage—West Side of Street
Diamond Watches —Jewelery
Expert Watch Repairing
0. M. Herre—Jeweler
In Reardon I)aux Store
j 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
Name your own trade-in
allowance during Gamble’s
Manager’s Sale. You tell us
what your old Radio is worth
on a new Coronado Electric
Console—we’ll take any offer
Butter and Egg Market
Twenty-three thousand people
were denied the opportunity for
self support because of the impor
tation from foreign countries of 34,
199,683 pounds of milk, butter and
eggs during 1935. The tariff poli
cies of the present administration
(First publication August 20, 1936)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
EaUtc No. 2561.
In the County Court of Holt
County, Nebraska, August 13, 1936.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Zebedee M. Warner, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
hereby notified that the time limit
ed for presenting claims,naK?
said estate is December 10, 1936,
and for the payment of debts is
August 13, 1937. and that on Sep
tember 10, 1936, and on December
11, 1936, at 10 o’clock A. M., each
day I will be at the County Court
Room in said county to receive,
examine, hear, allow, or adjust al
claims and objections duly filed.
C. J. MALONE,
14.3 County Judge.
(County Court Seal.)
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney.
(First publication August 6, 1936)
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
Notice is hereby given that the
rentals on the lease contract to the
foilwing described lands in Holt
county as set opposite the name of
the holder thereof, are delinquent
and if the amount which is due is
not paid within sixty days from
the date of this notice, said contract
will be declared forfeited by the
Board of Educational Lands and
Funds, and said forfeiture will he
enteied of record in the manner
provided by law.
OWNER J. A. BOIES
Description S%NE Sec. 14
OWNER A. E. SPITTLER
Description EV6NW Sec. 12
12-3 LEO N. SWANSON,
Commissioner of Public Lands and
(First publication July 23, 1936)
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 Alice M. Reed, Esther Cut
ler, Joseph Libe and Mary A. Max
well are plaintiffs and Sarah Wabs
and others, (this being cuse No.
13037) are defendants, I will sell
to the highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the court house
in O’Neill, Nebraska, on the 24th
day of August, 1936, at 10 o’clock
A. M., the following described,
premises in Holt County,Nebraska:
West half of the west half
of section eighteen and the
southeast quarter of the south
west quarter of section
eighteen, all in township
thirty-two, range twelve, west
of the 6th P. M., Holt County,
to satisfy the sum of $1,018.81
found due plaintiffs and interest
thereon and $29.85 costs of suit
and accruing costs.
Dated this 21st day of July,
PETER W. DUFFY,
10-5 Sheriff of Holt County,
(First publication August 20, 1936) I
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
September 10, 1936, until 10:00
o’clock A. M., and at that time
publicly opened and read for SAND
GRAVEL SURFACING and inci
dental work on the Butte South
Project No. 351-A STATE ROAD.
The proposed work consists of
constructing 1.8 miles of Graveled
The approximate quantities are:
625 Cu. Yds. Sand Gravel
Surface Course Material.
The attention of bidders is direct
ed to the Special Provisions cover
ing subletting or assigning the
The minimum wage paid to all
skilled labor employed on this con
tract shall be fifty-five (55) cents
The minimum wage paid to all
intermediate labor employed on
this contract shall be forty-five
(45) cents pbr hour.
The minimum wage paid to all
unskilled labor employed on this
contract shall be thirty-fiee (35(
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 Butte, Nebraska, at the
office of the County Clerk at
O’Neill. Nebraska, at the office of
the District Engineer of the De
partment of Roads and Irrigation
at Ainsworth, Nebraska, or at the
office of the Department of Roads
and Irrigation at Lincoln, Ne
The successful bidder will be
required to furnish bond in an
amount equal to lOO^c of his con
As an evidence of good faith in
submitting a proposal for this
work, the bidder must file, with his
proposal, a certified check made
payable to the Department of
Roads and Irrigation and in an
amount not less than fifty (50)
The right is reserved to waive
all technicalities and reject any or
DEPARTMENT OF ROADS
A, C. Tilley. State Engineer.
C. L. Carey, District Engineer.
C. J. Tomek,
County Clerk, Boyd County.
14-3 John C. Gallagher,
County Clerk. Holt County.
They do say that Governor Lan
don rode in a horse-drawn vehicle
during his vacation out west.
Which is more apt to raise the dust
than Vincent Astor’s yacht.
Up to this time we haven’t
noticed where the Brain Trust al
loted and money to repair the Side
walks of New York.
As I have decided to quit farm
ing, will sell at public sale the
following described property at my
place 3*6 miles north and one
half mile west of O’Neill, at 1 p.
m. sharp on
Monday, Aug. 24
3-HEAD OF HORSES-3
One gelding weight 1400; 1 mare
with colt by side.
16-HEAD OF CATTLE-16
Six milch cows fresh a short
time, 6 head of 2-year- olds, con
sisting of 3 steers and 3 heifers,
19-HEAD OF HOGS—-19
Three sows, 16 shoats weight
about 60 pounds.
Big Four mower, Big Six Mc
Cormiok mower in good, shape, 12
foot McCormick rake, Dain push
sweep nearly new, A stacker, 8-ft.
McCormick grain binder in good
running order, Broadcast seeder,
10-ft. McCormick-Deering disc
nearly new, sulky plow, walking
plow, 3-section harrow, 1 row P. &
0. lister, 2-row P. & O. lister in
good shape, corn planter and 160
rods of wire, P. & O.. eli, P. & O.
cultivator, wagon and box in good
shape, iron wheel wagon and rack,
Cloverleaf manure spreader, hand
corn sheller, fanning mill, barrel
cart, grind stone.
— HARNESS AND FEED
Two sets of harness, 1 set fly
nets, saddle and bridle; 3 stacks oat
hay, 2 stacks of alfalfa, 1 stack of
rye straw, 40 acres of corn in field,
some rye, 100 chickens.
Oak library table, sewing ma
chine, oak dining set consisting of
r>4-ineh table, Buffet, China cabinet,
six leather seated chairs, 5 oak
rocking chairs, 1 Victrola, chiffon
eer, wardrobe, 2 full sized beds
with springs and mattresses,2 dres
sers with mirrors, Majestic kitchen
range, kitchen table, 1 Perfection
gas range, 1 heating stove, three
quarter bed with mattress and
springs, 1 sanitary cot, porcelain
sink, ice box, washing machine and
many other articles too numerous
MARTIN F. STANTON, Owner.
James Moore, Auctioneer.
Rhody Adams, of Amelia, was
in the city Monday, returning via
A physician doesn’t have to be
an expert to operate on your bank
John Cole and Miss Annie
Drumn, of Atkinson, were visiting
in O’Neill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bigljn and
family have been spending the
week in Sioux City.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell
have gone to Washington and Ore
gon for a vacation trip.
W. J. Froelich, who had been
visiting the home folks for a week,
left Tuesday for Chicago.
Mrs. Abdouch and son Levi wer£
up from Omaha visiting friends
and relatives during the week.
Archie Bowen and son, Donald,
went to Omaha Tuesday on a bus
iness trip, returning Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Janies Oppen and
daughter, Carla, spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. Oppen’s parents
Tony Hird, of Friend, is here
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Grandorf and with other
Four army trucks enroute from
Ft. Crook to CCC camps in Cherry
county spent the night here, pull
ing in last evening.
The best yield of rye we have
learned of was on the Joe Mc
Nichols place just west of town,
twelve bushels to the acre.
Floyd Pilger, recently retiring
from the meat business, left late
last week for Portland, Oregon,
where he expects to looate.
Chris Spindler was up from Mil
ford this week renewing acquaint
ence with old friends of this com
Melvin Ruzicke, manager of the
Gamble store, started on his annual
vacation of two weeks last Sunday
and,accompanied by Mrs. Ruzicka,
they left for Redfield, S. D., where
they will spend n week visiting at
the home of her parents and will
then go to Clarkson, Nebr., for a
visit at the home of his parents
and with other relatives there.
Mayor John Kersenbrock went to
the scene of the fire at the Gal
lagher place, near Inman, Monday
night. Thirteen stacks of hay
were burned and some splendid cot
tonwood trees were killed by the
fire. The mayor says no telling
how far the fire would have swept
had not it been got out at the rail
road track. The origin seems not
to be known.
Hope Will Direct
G.O.P. Farm Group
Agricultural Division to
Work With Township
Chicago.—Practical farmers will
take an active part in directing the
Republican Campaign in rural
areas, Congressman Clifford D.
Hope of Garden City, Kas., an
nounced in assuming the director
ship of the Farm Division of the
Republican National Committee.
In each agricultural state, an ad
visory council is to be set up. This
council is to be composed of prac
tical “dirt” farmers who will sup
ply the basic suggestions for the
Three assistant directors have
been appointed to aid Congressman
Hope. They are Don L. Berry of
Indianola, Iowa, publisher of the
Indianola Record; E. H. Taylor of
Yates Center, Kansas, for 12 years
assistant editor of The Country
Gentleman, and Congressman
Francis D. Culkin of Oswego, New
York, an authority on dairying and
active in legislation affecting dairy
‘‘The Republican farm campaign
is going to have its roots out in the
farm districts,” said Congressman
Hope. "The farmers themselves
will tell us what they want and
how they feel about things.”
HAUNTS GOV. COCHRAN
As Governor Cochran’s campaign
for re-election gets under way,
nothing is said to be giving him
more concern than the prospect
that the voters of Nebraska may
learn some facts about the scandal
in Nebraska’s Insurance Depart
When the Governor discharged
Conn Moose as head of the Insur
ance Department he lost the sup
port of every owner of a life insur
ance policy who know the facts.
Mr. Moose is a high grade, capable
insurance man and stands well
among the people who know him
best. His appointment by the Gov
ernor was commendable. But af
ter taking office Mr. Moose found
several things wrong in the de
partment; found that policy hold
ers were losing many thousands of
dollars because certain companies
were not properly regulated and
supervised. Mr. Moose decided
that so long as he headed the de
partment of insurance, policy hold
ers would be protected. This did
not meet with the approval of some
of the Governor’s powerful politi
cal friends who were interested in
the insurance business, so they
insisted Mr. Moose be removed from
office. Governor Cochran yielded
to their presssure, and Mr. Moose
was “let-out,” punished for uphold
ing the rights of policy holders
and stepping on the toes of the
Governor’s political allies. How
ever, ninety percent of th ereput
able insurance men kjuow what
was done and are supporting
Dwight Griswold for the governor
ship this yeaV.
Holders of life insurance policies
have lost thousands of dollars in
recent years through the failure of
the insurance departments to pro
tect their interests. As the policy
holders learn the facts, they, too,
are becoming biter in condemnation
of Governor Cochran's attitude and
and eager to vote for a change.
American stores are now selling
hams from Poland, which shows
how the AAA and Cordell Hull’s
reciprocity tariff have helped out
the United States farmer.
Mr. Hopkins is going to remove
farmers from the drouth region
into better locations. We pre
sume this means into doubtful dis
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5.00 . . 4.00
3.50 . . 3.00
3.00 . . 2.50
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Remember the good old days
when every loyal partisan used to
carry a flaming torch in the politi
cal parade? Now they must save
all the oil for the lamps of China.
A lot of fellows are in favor o
free speech only when it is their
Sometimes the most promising
candidates are the ones who make
good the fewest of their prom
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