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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1936)
A H. Cronin, Editor and Proprietor
Altered at the Postoffice at O'Neill,
Nebraska, as Second Class Matter.
Mae Year, in Nebraska $2.00
One Year, outside Nebraska 256
About $86 was netted at the
Ladies Aid bazaar last Saturday
afternoon and evening. The ladies
are very grateful for the patronage
Mr. and Mrs. Art Cow-perthwaite,
Mrs. George Miles, Mrs, C. J.
Malone and Mrs. L. A, Carter, of
O'Neill, were here Saturday even
ing attending the M. E. bazaar.
Mrs. E. L. Spann, of Atkinson,
waa here Sunday visiting her
grandmo ther, Mrs. Mary Hancock i
Several Inman people attended
foeeral services for Mrs. Herman
Rakow at Pege Monday afternoon.
Word was received Monday
morning of the death of Mrs. E, H.
Maxcy' at Bayard, Nebr. Rev.
and Mrs. Maxcy had gone to Bay
ard two weeks ago for Mrs. Max
cy’» health and apparently she was
improving. Rev. Maxcy had re
turned to Inman Saturday to hol<
services at the M. E. church bu
was called back to Bayard Saturday
evening. Mrs. Maxcy passed quiet
ly away Sunday evening. Funera
services will be held on Thursda;
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard. an<
daughter, Mary Lou, and Misi
Helen Anspach, of Emmet, am
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Anspach am
children, of Jnman, were Sundaj
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johr
Mrs. L. R. Tompkins is .spending
this week in Norfolk with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Doughtj
and other relatives.
Mrs. Ed Heeb and Edna called at
the Gerald Miles home in O’Neill
Tuesday to see Miss Helen Murphy,
who has been ill for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schmohr
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Lorenz and son and Mrs. Wm.
Ernst and daughter spent Saturday
evening at the Guy Beckwith home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wagman and
Family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Shaaf, of Atkinson, were Sunday
visitors at the Joe Winkler home.
98c $1*49 $1*95
THESE shirts were ordered specially to
grace our gift counters in the approach
to Christmas. They are best grade broad
cloths and shirting linens. They are in
whites, plain colors and patterns. They are
well made in all detail and will lit. The
styles range from collar and cuffs attached
to detached collars. Some have matching
collars. ... All sizes, 14 to 18*/2
U & I STORE “
3 Free Deliveries Daily Fresh Milk and Cream
CRISTMAS DINNER MENU
Cocktail—Fresh Fruit Seysame i
Relish—Mixed Olives and Celery Hearts
Roast Young Tom Turkey with Chestnut Dressing and
Assorted Rolls and Butter
Pineapple and Cottage Cheese Salad with French Dressing j
Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce
Mince Meat Pie with Rum
Egg Nog Ice Cream with Sauce Fruit Cake
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of CHRISTMAS
NUTS and CANDY at LOW PRICES!
SPECIALS—GOOD UP TO CHRISTMAS
ORANGES—Med. Size (Not Small)—3 Doz.50c
APPLES—Winesaps, will keep—per bu. $1.79
GRAPEFRUIT—Large Size—6 for.25c
CELERY—Well Bleached—per bunch ..10c
SUGAR—10-lb. Cloth Bags 56c
KRAFT’S MACARONI and CHEESE DINNER
Contains Grated Cheese and Macaroni
Ready to Cook—Convenient and
DEL MONTE RED SALMON—1-lb. cans 27c
“FOLGERS” COFFEE—Drip or
i Regular Grind—Per Pound . 32c
CORN MEAL—White or Yellow—5-lb. Bag _22c
RALPH TOMLINSON, Proprietor
I Relatives and friends of Mrs.
Peter Claussen were shocked by the
' news of her sudden death Friday
I Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Lorenz, Mr.
' and Mrs. Otto Lorenz and Elmer
Lorenz drove to Sioux City Satur
I day morning and spent the day
1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Rob
George Weber, of Stuart, called
at the Joe W'inkler home Sunday.
1 Raymond returned with him to help
with the farm work.
Mrs. Guy Beckwith and children
and Mrs. Ralph Beckwith and
children visited at Fred Beckwith’s
A Christmas program and pie
social will be given at the Pleasant
Dale school Friday evening, De
Three Harshberger boys, of Hum
bolt, Nebr., are visiting their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Kee.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Beckwith
and daughter were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Segar Sun
The pupils of school district’s
No. 11)2 and G7 gave a very inter
esting program Friday evening,;
December 11, followed by a box
1 social. The program was given in |
district 19£ to a well filled, house. |
Elsa Lou Ohmart and Maxine O’-1
Connell are the teachers and are to ;
be congratulated on the success of j
their efforts with the pupils.
W. K. Buck, of Orchard, is spend
ing a few days at the home of his
sister, Mrs. S. M. Ohmart.
Several people from Center
Union attended the service at the
Gospel Chapel m Atkinson Sun
day afternoon and evening, where
revival services have been conduct
ed for the past two weeks.
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I Toys and Gifts
Crowds are filling our store
every day to get the latest
in Toys and Gifts. Dolls,
Toy Furniture. Games and
Books. Gifts for the whole
The Christmas vacation begins
in the Emmet schools Wednesday,
December 24. The tehchers will
go to their homes, Miss Harris to
Page, Miss Kellar to Chambers and
Miss Pongratz to her parents home
northeast of Emmet.
Mrs. Clyde Allen was a guest
Christmas Week is
I HOME COMING 1
| TIME |
| for Many A Family
Now' is the time for you
§ to have that family group
| taken. We will come to your
! home and take these photos
| without breaking up your
| good time for a trip to the
S. Downey residence, 138-J
YOU CAN BUY THESE I
Number at^S Wow
USED CARS .
1932 Chevrolet Coach
This ear with itso-fully enclos
ed brakes, powerful but econ
omical 6-cylinder motor, offers
you many miles of low cost
transportation. Motor has been
reconditioned with new pistons,
new rings, and pins. Car is
also refinished with New Dulux
paint in our shops. Carries an
1931 Chevrolet Coupe
Fully enclosed brakes, cable
controled. Economical 6-cylind
er motor. Good tires. Refin
ished with New Dulux paint in
our shops. This car has been
carefully checked over and is a
good value in a moderate priced
coupe. Be sure to see it today.
Carries a Red OK tag.
1930 Chevrolet Coach
Motor has been checked, new
rings installed, valves ground,
extra good tires, good uphol
stery. New Dulux paint. This
popular model will give extra
low cost transportation. Can
we demonstrate it to you today ?
Carries a Red OK tag.
You can walk into our used car store, pick out any car bearing
this Guaranteed OK tag, and buy it with absolute confi
dence in its quality. It will give you genuine satisfaction!
We get the best of the popular makes of cars offered in trade.
We make it our business to put these cars in the finest condi
tion, both as to body and mechanical parts, before offering
them for sale. We carefully check the whole car. Then, and
only then, do we affix the Guaranteed OK tag—our warranty
of satisfaction. Come in—see these cars— today t
SEE US FOR USED CARS
with an that counts
1935 Chevrolet Long
One of the best used trucks
that we have had for a long time.
In extra good running condi
tion. Extra good rubber. Large
hot water heater, Prestone in
the radiator. All parts of cab
in good condition, and fenders
NO TRADE SPECIAL!
1936 Ford Coupe
Good, tires. New carburator
assembly, new distributor as
sembly. Runs very fine. Equip
ped with good hot air heater.
We have priced this car to sell
without a trade in, and at a
price that should move it at
once. A real bargain is waiting
for you here. CMAO
Carries OK. *Pl*4t*l
Here Are Some Other Used Cars That Offer Good Value
1933 PLYMOUTH DE LUXE
COACH. Motor reconditioned.
Extra good tires, good uphol
stery. Car has been refinished
in our paint shops with New
Dulux paint. Six cylinder mot
or, hydraulic brakes.
1931 STUDEBAKER DICTAT
OR COUPE. This is a sport
job, six wheel equipment, with
good tires, and hot water heater.
Motor has been checked over.
Car has good brakes. Can we
show you this good used car?
1929 ESSEX SEDAN. Has ex
ceptional upholstery, and the
car is in pood operatinp condi
tion. The low price on this car
will furnish you with low cost
transportation. No reasonable
offer will be turned down on
1929 CHEVROLET COACH.
Good paint. Fair tires. Good
motor, and upholstery in pood
The above is only a sample of our used stock.
We have many other cars and trucks not
listed. So, if you do not see what you want,
come in anyhow, perhaps we have the used
car or truck in stock that you want.
1929 FORD TUDOR. Model A.
Has a very good motor, new
paint, upholstery in good con
dition, and car has been checked
over and adjustments made.
We are used car headquarters, and we make
every effort to make all our used cars not
only worth the price that we ask for them,
but will deliver good transportation ir regard
to the price paid.
Miller Bros. Chevrolet Co.
O’Neill, Nebr. Phone 10(
Sunday night at her parents home
east of O’Neill. She returned
The pupils of the Emmet school
will sing Christmas carols on Sun
day evening before Christmas. ^
Herman Grothe made a business
trip to Norfolk Tuesday.
Dorothy Lewis and Kathleen Cad-*
(Continued on page 5, column 1.)
For BEST RESULTS
CONSIGN AND BUY THROUGH THE
Atkinson Livestock Market
“Your nearest and best market.”
Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Fat &
Auction Every Tuesday starting at 12:30 p. m.
Our selling charges are very moderate. If we do not sell
your livestock, we charge you nothing. Send your next
shipment of livestock to Atkinson. v
Opportunity knocks but once!
You’ll not have a chance like
this again soon! We’ve taken
our better winter coats and re
duced them to this low price
... so they’ll sell quickly!
Smart woolens, luxuriously fur
trimmed! For misses and women!, .
CHRISTMAS TREES a «
Northern Spruce—Special Prices!
LARGE ORANGES—Per Dozen.31c
MEDIUM ORANGES—Per Dozen 20c
SMALL ORANGES—Per Dozen.18c
TANGERINES—Medium Size—each lc
PINK MEAT GRAPE FRUIT—3 for.10c
GANO APPLES—Eating & Cooking—5-lbs. 25c
JONATHANS—Per Bushel . $1.49
ARKANSAS BLACKS—4-lbs. .25c
ARKANSAS BLACKS—Per Bushel.$1.98
ROMAN BEAUTIES—4-lbs. 25c—per bu.$198
DELICIOUS APPLES—Per Dozen .30c
IDAHO RUSSETTS—Peck, 40c—100-lbs. $2.29
HAMBURGER—Per Pound 15c
ROUND STEAK—Per Pound .. l$c
No. 1 DRESSED HEN TURKEYS, GEESE and
DUCKS at MARKET PRICE
MINCE MEAT—Large 28-oz. Jar.25c
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HEADQUARTERS FOR XMAS CANDY
HIGH QUALITY CANDY—Per Lb. 10c to 25c
PURE APPLE CIDER
Made from Jonathan Apples.
With your own container—per gallon .30c
FRESH VEGETABLES FOR XMAS WEEK
Tomatoes Cauliflower Radishes Yams
Green Peppers Shallots Celery
PRIDE OF THE ROCKIES FLOUR
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