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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1941)
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A Word To Frontier }
| Readers !
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We wish to call the atten- J
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Many of our readers have
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OVER THE COUNTY
MEEK AND VICINITY
Dwayne Borg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Borg, was brought home
on Tuesday from the O’Neill hos
pital where he was taken last
Thursday with pneumonia. He is
improving and well on the road to
Mr .and Mrs. Charles Linn spent
Sunday at the Elmer Devall home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rector and
family have moved to the place re
cently vacated by the Carl Pfeil
Galen, the youngest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Loyal Hull, was taken to
the Lynch hosptial last week. He
had pneumonia but is improving.
Andrew Johnson and Charles
Linn made a business trip to Nor
folk on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Devall and
son, Dwayne, Jim and John Karel
spent Wednesday evening at the
August Karel home.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clouse
are quite ill at this writing.
Herb Worth, Mrs. Ella Karr,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Karr and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Worth motored to Wayne
Wednesday to attend the funeral of
Mr. Worth’s sister, Mr*. Ella Bona
Mrs. Christina Walters is moving
to the place recently vacated by
the DeGraff family.
Charles Linn motored to Meadow
Grove on Wednesday, bringing
home six hundred and fifty baby
chicks from the Meadow Grove
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Robertson,
Lois Jean and Raymond spent Sat
urday evening at the A. L. Borg
The Alpha Club enjoyed a dance
at the home of Mr .and Mrs. James
McNulty on St. Patrick’s night.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross and
son have moved to the place known
as the Borg place.
Elmer Devall was a dinner guest
on Friday at the W. S. Devall home.
Blackleg, Hemorrhagic and other
animal vaccine* always fresh at
O’Neill Drug Co. 45-1
V. C. Wright, Minister
I Sunday School 10:00 a. m., H. B.
: Burch, Superintendent.
Public worship 11:00 a. m. Spec
ial music by the choir and sermon
by the pastor.
Epworth League devotional meet
ing 7:00 p. m.
The church offers the only ade
quate remedy for all human ills.
In times like these the church
stands sure and steadfast offering
consolation and hope to all. No
one can afford to neglect church
Uncle Sam is going to have three
investigating agencies. Of course,
the main one is the F. B. I. But a
new one is being set up in the Bur
eau of Immigration and Naturaliz
ation. It will be headed by Jose R.
Espinoza who is a friend of Senator
Chavez, of New Mexico. His or
ganization will be designated as the
Division of Special Inspections in
which nearly 200 inspectors will be
investigating the millions of aliens
in our midst. The other investigat
ing group is the Dies Committee, a
special committee of the House of
Representatives, which is now de
manding that Congress do some
thing about forcing the F. B. I. and
other governmental agencies to co
operate with them. What the Dies
CASH at Once I
We advance money on all H
makes of cars—without delay
or bothersome details—and B
without co-makers nr en- He
dorsers. The most conven- P;
ient way to get cash in a P‘
hurry and at low rates. If 1' '
your car isn’t paid for, ask B
about our thrifty refinancing B
plan. Usually we can re- I
duce payments as much as B
one-third to one-half and pro- B
vide extra cash besides. S
For Quirk Convenient Loans B
Central Finance I
Prompt Courteous Service §p|
1st Nat l Bank Bldg. O’Neil) W
C. E. Jones, Mgr. »
Loans made in nearby towns. B
OF all kinds of hunger there
is none like money hunger.
Physical starvation may be the
result of financial improvi
j > y *
Capital, Surplus and
This Bank Carries Bo
Indebtedness of Officer*
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Committee really wants is to have
F. B. I. investigators at its dis
posal. Up to this time, the Dies
Committee has been denied these
investigators and the committee
members claim that the F. B. 1.
comes to them each week for in
formation. The F. B. I. does not
like to see the investigational
agency in the Bureau of Immigra
tion and Naturalization. It believes
that this work should be done by
the F. B. I. So now Congress may
become the mediator between the
three. Close cooperation is de
manded and depended upon by
many members of Congress. Es
pinosa is a small very dark man
with bushy white hair. He was born
in the United States and has had
i many years of experience in the
F. B. I. and for special investigat
ing committees. He did a lot of
i work for the LaFollette Civil Lib
| erties Committee.
Believe it or not—at this time
dentists are having quite a time
geting commissioned in the Army.
Some dentists who have been draft
I ed are being told that the Army
' has enough dentists and they have
| to serve as regular enlisted men un
' til the service is in further need of
! dentists. Medical doctors, however,
I are commissioned more rapidly due
I to the fact that there is more need
! for this profession in our service.
Frontier Want Ads Get Results.
AT THE LOWEST PRICE
Medium Weight, 70c per running ft, 6 ft. wide.
Heavy Weight, 80c per running ft., 6 ft. wide
GOLD SEAL DE LUXE
Yardage as low as 40c per square yard.
9x12 Standard Weight Rugs $4.50
Large Stocks on Hand
BREEDERS CONSIGNMENT SALE
Hereford and Polled Hereford
BUR WELL, NEBRASKA
Tuesday, March 25
40 HIGH QUALITY BULLS
Choice bulls of serviceable ages from the herds of Jos. J.
Kezac & Sons, Tabor. S. D.; S. P. Petersen, Leigh; W. O. Zang
ger, North Loup; Walter Kopf, Buffalo; R. Brannon, North Loop;
Geo. Clement, Ord; Lands & Chaffin, Burwell; EmH Schoetiing,
Loup City, and other prominent herds.
HERD SIRES FOR PRACTICAL STfljCKMEN j
These represent the most pleasing beef type and include
sons of Baron Domino 4th, Advanced Domino 16, Peerless
Anxiety 16th, Paladin Domino B, Advance Fairview WHR Young
Domino 38, New Prince 32, Polled Domino and other popular
A Real Opportunity To Buy Bulls
R. C. CLEMENTS, Sale Manager, Ord, Nebraska
A. W. THOMPSON, Auctioneer
Hundreds of towns and cities
throughout America have in
vested relief funds with real wis
dom and foresight by building
fine-looking, long-lasting con
Concrete is safer to drive on—
skid-resistant wet weather or
dry; free from chuck holes, ruts
and bumps; more visible at
night. Concrete makes the whole
neighborhood more attractive.
Concrete streets protect tax
payers— by guarding against
future burdens of excessive
maintenance and frequent re
placement. In the long run,
they’re far cheaper to own than
so-called “low cost" streets that
eat up funds with ever-increas
ing repair bills.
Experience in hundreds of
cities proves that concrete is the
real, low cost pavement. Don’t
be satisfied with inferior sur
faces. Urge your city officials to
invest in safe, economical con
crete streets. _
The first CONCRETE PAVEMENT laid in O’Neill was built
in 1934. Why not ride over it today? Note its even and unworn
surface. Investigation will show that the first cost was low and
that maintenance costs have been practically nothing. This is
an opportune time to extend this desirable improvement to your
residential districts by application of Federal funds that are
available for labor to construct the pavement.
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
321 Terminal Bldg., Lincoln, Nebr.
A national organization to improve anti extend the uses of concrete... throegh
scientific research and ngincering field work
New Bus Schedule
SOUTH SIOUX CITY
NOW IN SERVICE
Leave O’Neill 7 A. M.—Arrive
So. Sioux City 9:55 P. M.
Leave O’Neill 4:15 p. m.—Ar
rive So. Soo City 7:35 p. m.
Leave So. Sioux City 11:40
A. M. and 5:20 P. M.—Arrive
O’Neill 3:15 P. M. and
8:25 P. M.
For information and tickets
Unlicensed places which allow patrons to “spike”
soft drinks are sometimes confused in the public
mind with licensed beer retailers, who have no
connection with the “spike” places and do not
support their activities. The law prohibits “spik
ing” of any kind in beer outlets.
The beer retailers of your community are under
the careful regulation and supervision of state
and local authorities. We are anle to report that
the vast majority of dealers obey the law and
are cooperating with the State Liquor Control
Commission and the Nebraska brewing industry
in their efforts to keep beer on a sound social
BREWERS AND BEER DISTRIBUTORS COMMITTEE
CHARLES E. SANDALL, State Director
710 First National Bank Bldg. Lincoln, Nebr.
Gamble** Gold Crest
Quick lathering. For toilet or bath.
Regular price, S ban 15c.
Hard Water Soap
Large ban provide quick lathee
For hands, face and bath. Ragria
price, 3 ban 15c.
Pa^/c Morm For 16*
73,000 Tires on Sole at Sensational Savings
Just think of it! Two solid train loads—tha largest single tire order
in our history purchased for this Birthday Sale to bring our custom
ers tens of thousands of dollars in savings. Every tire guaranteed.
Every tire made of fresh, new material. New construction, new in
design. Every “Elite” tire has the words “First Line” molded into the
sidewall as a guarantee of quality. Every “Crescent” tire is built of
quality materials, new construction, new safe tread design, but of a
lighter construction than the “Elite." The “Rex" tire is made espe
cially for those who must have new tire safety at the lowest possible
price. By means of this huge factory purchase, carload freight rates,
low selling expense and other savings we are able to offer you these
sensational savings now!
“J JJ” OUR DOUBLE GUARANTEE
Installed Free “Elite” tires guaranteed for 18 months sat
PAY AS rAA PEP WEEK isfactory service. “Crescent*' tires guaranteed
LOW AS PAY MONTHLY for J2 months satisfactory service. In addi
■ —■ ..— tion, “Elite” and “Crescent*' tires guaran
tees'* tires guaranteed against teed lor life against detects in materials and
defects in materials and work- workmanship,
manship only. -
SIZE ELITE CRESCENT REX
4.40-21 . $5.35* $4.80* $3.98*
4.50- 21 .*. 5.35 * 4.80* 3.98*
4.75-19 . 5.65* 4.85* 4.18*
5.00- 19 . 5.65 * 4.85 * 4.18*
5.25- 5.50-18 . 6.45 * 5.35*
5.25- 17 . 6.63* 5.85* ....
5.50- 17 . 6.65 * 5.85*
6.00- 16 . 6.98 * 5.98 * 4.98*
•All prices exchange and include your old tire.
E t change
1 3 Pint Lady Helen
Rnbbless rioor Wax
A high quality no rubbing
wax. Our regular low price,
full pint can 29c. Now ior
Thit Sale. Qe
Chemically Treated Dost Mitt
With thit oblong re
versible dust mop. Mop
is made of high quality
washable yams. Com
plete with chemically
treated dust mitt. EO£
Sale Price. W
Mystery Trick Kali*
With Gold Crest razor blades.
Our Gold Croat blades are guar
anteed high quality. Gold Crust
Single Edge Blades 3 AQ£
pkgm., (Knife Proa)
Gold Croat Super Thin Double
Edge Blades, 2 pkgo., 4Q(
r 1 CHIHEX CUP
i AMD SAUCER
| With Giant Site Gamble’s
k New, improved quel
f ity. Make* quick, W
[ ing euda.
With Regular Site
GamNf’i Granulated Soap
PAPER X XiXlXl
WITH GAMBLE'S WALLPAPER
Save up to 40% on your wallpaper
needs. Brand new 1941 patterns.
2 Single Rolls Ceiling Paper
With Enough Standard Quality Non
Washable Wallpaper for a Small Room.
For This Sale Only, rt A r
4 Single Rolls Ceiling Paper
With Enough Standard Quality Non
Washable Wallpaper for a Large Room.
For Thia Sale Only. af WJ n
$2.48 value. T1.90
2 Single Rolls Colling Paper
With Enough Supreme Quality Wash
able Fadeproof Wallpaper for a Small
Room. For Thu Sale Only. AA$
A *1.70 value. .9DY
4 Single Rolls Celling Popor
With Enough Suprt
able Fadeproof Wal
Room. For Thie Sal
A $3.40 value. ...
PRICES SLASHED ON PAINTS
GAMtU'l sum QUALITY INTERIOR GLOSS ENAMEL /
Dries to a mirror-like gloss finish Long I
wearing. Excellent coverage. I
Per Gal, Sale Price.$2.79 /
Per Qt, Sale Price . 79c j
Standard Interior Sion Enamel /
Per Qt, Sale Price 53c 1
Soper Quality Semi-Gloss Finish (
Dries to a hard semi-floes finish. Very 1
durable, withstands repeated washings- J
Per Gal, Sale Price ... $2.85 l
Per Qt., Sale Price .72c 1
Standard Semi-Gloss Finish C
Per Qt, Sale Price .49c 1
Sapor Quality Flat Walt Finish 1
Dries to a smooth ratio finish. Excellent J
hiding power and long life. #
Per Gal, Sale Price.$1.98 \
Per Qt, Sale Price . 59c 1
Ail Gamble's Intern, Fmtshet Dry 0«»ble » Stoadard Flat Wall Finish C
Without Unpleasant Paint Odor Per Qt, Sale Price.49C I
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