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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1936)
(First publication Nov. 5. 1936.)
NOTICE FOR PETITION FOR
Estate No. 2574
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska, November 5,
In the Matter of the Estate of
Edward E. Gatz, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all
persons interested in said estate
that a petition has been filed in
said Court for the appointment of
Clinton J. Gatz as Administrator
of said estate, and will be heard
November 27, 1936, at 10 o’clock
A. M., at the County Court Room
in O'Neill, Nebraska.
C. J. MALONE,
(County Court Seal) 25-3
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
(First publication Nov. 5, 1936.)
NOTICE OF RELOCATION OF
Notice is hereby given that on
the 28th day of June, 1926, the Holt
County Board of Supervisors estab
lished the eounty road commencing
at the Southwest Corner of Section
GENERAL housework wanted by
experienced girl.—This office.
THIRTY years successful practice
is your guarantee that Perrigo
Optical Company will make your
glasses right. See their repre
tentative at tne
G o 1 de n Hotel
Nov. 21 26-1
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Stories, Popular Science, Mc
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Thru this office. 25-2
HOW will voters decide? Will it
be Roosevelt, Linden or Lemkc?
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THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS and
read more details during the week.
Order the BEE-NEWS TODAY!
Thru this office. 23tf
WANTED — Barnyard, Livestock,
Feed and Seed loans.—John L.
Quig, O’Neill, Nebr. 23-4
I HAVE eastern money to loan on
farms and ranches. I also loan
money on city property.—R. H.
Parker, O’Neill, Nebr. 2tf
APARTMENT, 4-rooms. — Maude
1160 ACRE well improved ranch
and farm land 7 miles northeast
of Chambers; 15 miles south %
milds west of O’Neill. $800 cash
rent, $400 down balance secured.
—Neil Ryan, 5050 West street,
Sioux City, Iowa. 23-3
FARM, March 1, 1937, near Meek
and Agee.— Grace1 L. Badgloy,
Rosemead, Calif. 20tf
WANTED TO BUY
WHEN you have butcher stuff,
either hogs or cattle for sale, see
Barnhart’s Market. 48-tf
OR TRADE—John Deere baler.—
Frank Minton, O’bjpilj. 25-2p
MONARCH cook afami and Round
Oak heater.—Mrs.. Term Winkler,
Atkinson, Nebp,,. Rt. 1. 25tf
MODEL 12 Winchester 12-guage
shotgun.—At this office. 23tf
$14.00 Ford Heater; priced to sell
L. R. Beckwith, O’Neill. 23-tf,
BALED HAY. R. H. Parker
O’Neill. Nebr. 12-tf
I Am Now Making Loans
JOHN L. QUIG
Dr. J. L. SHERBAHN
Half Block South of the Ford
Garage—West Side of Street
Diamond -Watches —lewelery
Expert Watch Repairing
0. M. Herre—Jeweler
In Reardon Drug 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
30, township 28, between Range 11
and 12. and running 6 miles east
and there terminating, and it ha<
■ been deemed expedient to relocate
. the said road one mile north of its
t present location and to abandor
the present road site and return
I same to the township.
: That a henring on the above re
| location will he held in the office of
; the Holt County Board of Super
I visors on the 25th day of Novem
ber, 1936, at 2:00 o’clock P. M., at
| which time protests against the re
location of the above described road
may be made.
JOHN C. GALLAGHER.
25-3 County Clerk.
I Mike Rotherham is up from
■ Ewing today.
II J. D. Cronin went over to Boyd
county on legal business this morn
R. H. Harris, of Lynch, was
transacting business matters in this
W. L. Brennan, of Butte, county
attorney of Boyd county, was trans
actingbusiness in this city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Colman and
family, of Neligh, were in O’Neill
Sunday, visiting with relatives and
Mrs. R. R. Dickson went down to
Omaha last week for a couple of
weeks visit with relatives and
Pete Nelson, an old time resident
of the eastern part of Boyd county,
was looking after business matters
| in this city last Tuesday.
Judge Dickson went down to Om
aha the latter part of the week and
visited friends there for a few days,
returning home Tuesday night.
Ronald Watson, of Amelia, and
Miss Margaret Harshfield, of At
kinson, were granted a marriage
license in county court last Tues
A large delegation of football
lovers of this city contemplate go
ing to Lincoln Saturday to see the
Nebraska team take Pittsburg into
Mayor and Mrs. John Kersen
brock and family drove to Osmond
Sunday and spent the day visiting
relatives and friends, returning
home that evening.
D. Abdouch came up from Om
ahalast night to visit friends for
a few days and incidently look after
some business matters.
Miss Angie Kohland, the popular
and efficient clerk at the corner
drug store, went down to Tilden
last Sunday morning and spent the
day with the home folks, returning
previously held that the act is un
constitutional save for that por
tion which gives the governor pow
er to remove or suspend certain
elected officers for failure to com
j ply with the measure.
Ed Davidson and daughter, Mary,
came down from Casper, Wyoming,
last Saturday night and visited rel
atives here until Sunday night
when they left for Rochester,Minn.,
where they will go through the
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Enright
went down to Omaha last Friday,
returning to this city Wednesday
evening. They were accompanied
as far as Columbus by Mrs. M. J.
Enright, who will remain there for
Mrs. H. J. Birmingham, Mrs. W.
J. Froelich, Mrs. Edward Campbell,
Mrs. C. E. Stout and Mrs. F. J.
Dishner drove to Omaha Sunday
afternoon to spend a few days vis
iting friends and shopping. They
returned home Tuesday evening.
Dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Zakezewski,
northeast of this city, last Sunday
were: Dr. and Mrs. French and
family, of Page,; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Dietsch, of O’Neill; Clar
ence Vornhagan, of Fordyce, Nebr.
Ice cream and cake was served in
Work on the new postoftice build
ing has progressed very rapidly
the past two weeks. The brick
work on the structure is nearly
completed and they will be at work
getting the roof on next week. If
fair weather continues it will not
be long until the building is en
closed and they will be able to
finish the building during the
James Grahairl, for many years
a resident of this county and at
one time engaged in the general
mercantile business at Emmet, was
in the city last Saturday visiting
his many old time friends in this
’ section. Jim is now a resident of
Lincoln and is on the road for a
Lincoln drug firm. He says that
business has been fairly prosperous
with him the past few years.
R. R. Morrison left Sunday night
for Rochester, Minn., where he will
have the surgeons there again give
him the once over. Bob, who suf
fered a broken elbow when he fell
upon the ice in front of his home
last winter^ has been at Rochester
a couple of times for treatment and
he has been getting along nicely
and his arm rapidly improving, but
he thought it advisable for them to
again examine it, hence the journey.
Word reached here the first of
the week that James Tuor, for
many years an employee of the
J. C. Penney store here but who
was transferred to Grand Island
last spring, had been made assist
ant manager of the Grand Island
store and entered upon his new
duties on Monday of this w'eek. The
many friends of Jimmy in this city
extend congratulations and good
wishes and wish him further pro
motion in his chosen line of work.
John Addison was in from the
north country last Saturday. John
returned a little over a week ago
from Omaha, where he had been in
a hospital for about three months.
For a time he was in a serious con
dition, but he recovered rapidly and
Saturday he was feeling as chirp
as he did twenty years ago, despite
his advanced years. John is one of
the real old timers in the old Min
eola country, having lived in that
section of the country for over half
| a century and his many friends
! hope that he will be with them for
many more years.
Last Tuesday about noon Guy
Young, of Opportunity, had the mis
fortune to suffer a compound frac
ture of the left arm. Mr. Young
was cleaning the valve on a pump
and for that purpose had the pump
and pipe raised so he could get at
it. In some manner the supports
of the pump slipped and the pump
fell on him with the above result.
Dr. Brown attended the fracture
and Mr. Young is getting along as
well as could be expected, although
he will be laid up for some time.
(First publication Oct. 29, 1936.)
NOTICE OF FINAL
Estate No. 2553
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska, October 27, 1936.
In the matter of the Estate of
Lawrence II. Snell, Deceased.
All persons interested, in said
estate are hereby notified that the
Administratrix of said estate has
filed in said court her final re
port and a petition for final settle-'
nient and distribution of the residue
of said estate; and that said report
and petition will be heard Novem
ber 18, 1936, at 10 o’clock A. M„ at I
the County Court Room in O’Neill,
Nebraska, when all persons inter
ested may appear and be heard
concerning said final report and the
distribution of said estate.
C. J. MALONE,
(County Court Seal) 24-3
J. D. Cronin, Attorney
O’NEILL, NEBR. < PHONE 118
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§§ Open Sunday by Appointment B
Has just purchased a new Sanders
One Minute Machine
Ann La Vone
Factory' demonstrator and hair technician will
give a Free public demonstration at my shop
Monday, November 16
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This new equipment is no ordinary machine.
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