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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1941)
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MOBS POULTRY CULLING S*
art* By an expert Phone No 9
llwlh Hatchery —O'Neil] 16 I
WMIY BURN prtred fuel,
a»<Mi> wood is cheaper. Dry ash
wtwri $5.00 per ion delivered.
Fire place logs sawed to order
I’^ge, Nebraska 29 Itc.
$CM per ton,—BUI Simmons
F»gi\ Nebr 25-2
BNlIATTAN BEER -10c per
Wfltie, sold only at Staney's in
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3 SETTLE Estate 1129, acres
knit county unproved ranch for
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TWO REGISTERED Hereford
hull cnives See any day but Sun- !
day -Fay A. Puckett. 26-2p
OMAR $1,56; Mother’s Best $1.57 '
—O'Neill Hatchery 26 1
rSPFClAT, ATTENTION — Check
om your farm machinery and
order your repair parts now—If
yorrr McCormick-Dcering tractor
■ends overhauling call us.—F M
Keating 8t Sons. Phone 35, At
Ur. fisher. Dentist 1-tc
WOW! AMAZING PREPAR
ATION IS BOTH
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Mrf ‘ Old Faithful Liniment is
utswngcr, lasts MugiLr^bringa re
ftd where ordinary liniments
fai> But NOW a DOUBLE value;
AMI mis with water, congeals
Mn smooth, penetrating rubbing
■Mt inert for. massage, stimulat
Mw’wsuJtiee, plasters, chest rubs.
W winter means reheumatism.
lMnbago. neuralgia, stiffness
wal eereness of joints and mus
don’t wait—order Old Faith
IMfnaro this ad. Send no money;
& write to ROBERTS, Dept.
4T0 Omaha Loan Bldg., Orn
^MBie family size bottle sent
SI 00 plus postage. Satis
Tas*if>n guaranteed or money
WMfc—and you keep the lini
■■hiT! THafl postcard today. 28-1
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ands Airplane *nd“tlther
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- Get actual' experience
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iw sheet metal and riveter work
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3BTX FOOM Modem House. Close
»—Mrs. J. B. 14 ell or 26tf
CFasl publication Oct. 16, 1841)
Fntice is hereby given that by
’■tuf dt an Order of Sale issued
Aa mt by the Clerk of the District |
of Holt County, Nebrraska.
ha an action pending in said Court
wtniiem John Alfa, Administrator
Lu G. GILLESPIE
Insurance of All Kinds
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w. F. FINLEY, M. D.
Phone, Office 28
O’Neill :: Nebraska
Dr. tfrMtch^ 242
of the Estate of Anns C, Hughes
Deceased, is nllnilff and Sarah L
Ennis and others (this twin® rasi
No, 13759) are defendants. I wil
sell to the highest bidder for casf
at the front door of the coun
house in O’Neill, Nebraska, on th»
17th day of November. 1941, a!
10 o’clock A. M the following
described premises in Hon
Lots 5, 6, 7, 9, 9 and 10 in
Block "C" of O’Neill and Hag
gerty's Addition to the City of
O’Neill, Holt County, Ne
to satisfy the sum of $1,100.0(
found due plaintiff and interest
thereon and $51 38 costs of suit
and accruing costs.
Dated this 16th day of October
PETER W DUFFY, Sheriff,
Of Holt County. Nebraska
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of Holt,
County, Nebraska, October 27,
1941 in the matter of the Estate
of Elvin E. Cole, Deceased
CREDITORS of said estate
are hereby notified that the
time limited for presenting
claims against said estate is
February 20, 1942, and for the
payment of debts is October 23,
1942 and that on November 20,
1941, and on February 21, 1942, 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 all claims
and objections duly filed.
(County Court Seal)
LOUIS W. REIMER,
25-3 County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL)
LINCOLN DAILY JOURNAL
11 WEEKS $1.00
People taking 25c a week pa
pers, by delivery pay $13.00 a
year, and due to not being paid
ahead can easily switch. The got
their other mail through the post
The Daily Lincoln NEBRASKA
STATE JOURNAL can give two :
to ten hours later news out on rur
al routes and in many towns be
cause it is the only large state
daily between Omaha and Denver
printing at night, in fact after 5
p. m. The Journal prints editions
right up until train time day and
night. The Morning Journal comes
in time for mail delivery the same
day. Dailies printed on the Iowa
line edit for Iowa readers.
The Lincoln Journal sells for
two to four dollars a year less than
any other state morning daily, and
is priced as low as day late after
By mail in Nebraska and North
Kansas, eleven weeks daily $1.00,
with Sunday $1.75; three months
$1.25 daily, $2.00 with Sunday; a
year $4.00 daily. $7.00 with Sun
day; 25c a month higher to other
Order direct or thru our office.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley,
Mrs. Elmer Wolfe and Mrs. Ed
Mathews, left last Sunday for
Denver, Colorado, where they
took Frank Bam, Mr. Bain being
the father of the three ladies, so
that he could take a train for
Winslow, Arizona, where he will
spend the winter visiting his
daughter Maude and her husband
Dr. Wright, who operate a hospit
al in Winslow. Saturday Frank
called, extended his subscription
and had his paper changed to Win
slow, so that he could keep in
formed on the happen mgs in his
old home town. His friends in this
county and they are legions of
them, hope that he will enjoy a
pleasant winter in the sunny
Mr. and Mrs Ed Gallagher, left
Monday for Rochester, Minnesota.
The Masons entertained the
Eastern Star Ladies Thursday eve
ning at the Odd Fellows Hall
Bridge and Pinochle furnished the
evening entertainment and J. M
Haynes, won high score in bridge,
and Mrs. Anna McCartney, high ^
score in pinochle.
Miss Neva Wolfe of Sheridan, |
Wyoming, arrived in O'Neill
Thusday morning, and went di
rcetly to her home in Lynch, hav
ing been called home by the seri-(
ous illness of her father, Floyd (
Wolfe. Miss Wolfe was a former
teacher in the O’Neill Public
j Francis Welsh, returned to Nor
folk Thursday, after visitihg at the
home of his mother, Mrs William
| Welsh for the past week He at
i tended the funeral of laiwrence
Murray on Friday
The Presbyterian Guild met
with Mrs. John Spencer, at her
home Thursday afternoon. Mrs
! Robertson, Mrs. Julia Graves, and
Mrs Charles Melena, were the as
Lieutenant and Mrs. Ralph Op
pen, who are here visiting Mrs
Op pen's mother, Mrs. Jeanne Scott
spent Monday in Omaha visiting
Willis Bachman, left Tuesday.1
for Los Angeles. California, where
he plans to make his home.
Captain and Mrs. Lawrence
Russell, of Fort Leonard Wood,
Missouri, were in O’Neill Monday
visiting friends Captain Russell
j was a former Patrolman for this
Mrs. F. McKim and children, of
Neligh, visited Mrs. Pace and Mrs
John Quig Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S, Hyatt, ar
rived Thursday from Calgary,
Canada, and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs William Hannah.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Drayton,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Spatz at Plainview, and his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drayton at
Raymond Bosn and Melvin
Henry, spent Sunday in Pender
and Fremont, visiting friends and
Misses Deloris Bachman and
Donna Marcellue, visited in Om
Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Bachman,
returned Saturday from Phoenix,
Arizona, after spending the past
ten days at the home of Mr. Bach
man’s brother, Glen Bachman.
Mrs. Theresa Connelly and son
Johnny, left O’Neill Friday, en
route to Beverly Hills, California,
where they plan to make their fu
ture home. They stopped at Win
ner, S. D. Friday evening, and vis
ited their daughter and sister, Mrs
Art Turner and family, and Satur
day they went on to Caspei, Wyo
ming, to visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Connelly, before
continuing their trip.
Mr. and Mtn Gerald Dusatkn,
are Just finishing a lovely new
seven mom home south of Em
Mrs. Otto Reismg and children,
arrived Monday from Gary lnd.,
to visit her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Miss Eileen Olson, and Harold
Lindberg, flew to Hastings Sun
day to see Miss Olson’s brother,
Eugene who has been ill.
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Swanson,!
and Mrs. Charlotte Swanson, re
turned to Omaha. Friday, Mrs. I
Harold Lindberg accompanied,
them home. Mrs. Lindberg re-1
turned to O’Neill Tuesday.
Lloyd Evans, came up from Om
aha, Tuesday, and is guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William Gatz, for a few1
'9 * # . . - ^
Mr. and Mrs. Upton Ross, moved
here from Columbus Monday. Mr.
Ross is employed by the State j
Mrs. Francis Cronin, entertain
ed the Marte* club, Tuesday eve
ning at a 7 o’clock dinner at the
M. & M. cafe, and bridge at her
home. Mrs. Ed Campbell and Mrs.
H. J. Lohaus, won the prizes.
Mrs F. McMillian and Miss
Mary Markey, * returned Tuesday
evening, from Rochester, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs John Kreuch, of
Lincoln, visited at the home of
Mr. Kreuch’s sister, Mrs. R. J.
Rakowski, from Sunday till Mon
Mrs. Q. F. McKenna and son,
Hugh, went to Lincoln, Friday.
That noon Mrs. McKenna attend
ed a Selective Service luncheon
at the Comhusker hotel. They re
turned to O’Neill Sunday.
Mesdames, K. D. Henderson,
Fred Robertson, Paul Shierk,
Harry Walling and M. M. Haynes,
spent Friday in Norfolk.
Staff Sgt., P. E. Petranek of
Ft. Mead, S. D., visited at the
home of his sister, Mrs. Paul
Shierk, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carson of
Red Bird and'their son Duane of
Chambers, left Wednesday morn
ing for Rochester, Minnesota,
where John Carson expects to go
thru the cliitie.
The Annual Slate Conference
for Social Work will be held In
Lincoln on November 8, ?, and 8
The program la devoted to dis
cussion of current social prolems.
including Administration of Pub
lic and Private Assistance, Child
Welfare, Medical and Health Pro
hlems, and National Defense
Membership in the Organisation
and attendance at the Conference
is open to lay persons as well as
those actively engaged in Wel
fare Services. Those attending the
confeience from her will be Miss
Helen Fitzgerald, Visitor in the
Holt County Assistance Office,
and Oral L. Fox, Field Supervisor
for the State Department of As
sistance and Child Welfare.
Kenneth Juran. of St. Charles.
S. D., was a week-end guest at the
home of his aunt, Mrs. Paul Shierk
Mrs. Fred Robertson entertain
ed eight ladies at a 7.00 o’clock
dessert and bridge at her home
Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. M.
Haynes, won high score, and Mrs
K. Fenderson, low.
Charles Walling, came up from
Fremont, Tuesday, and is visiting
at the home of his brother, L. C.
Walling, for a few days.
Sergeant Francis J. Soukup.
spent the week-end in Lincoln,
visiting friends and relatives.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Ralph Op
pen, and Mrs. Jeanne Scott, went
to Creighton Friday, to visit with
Lieutennt Oppen’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Oppen until Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Risor, of
Stuart, visited Mr. Risor’s sisiter.
Mrs. Gifford Bachman and family
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. R. J. Rakowski. entertained
the Tuesday afternoon bridge club
at her home Monday. Mrs. J. E.
Knight, won high score, Mrs. J. R.
Miller, second high and Mrs. Gor
den Kuska, low,
MIN Vein Aim, spent the week
end with her parent*. Mr and Mrsj
AruUnu Aim at Mtddlehranrh
The lMl campaign has opened
' up Today in Lincoln, John It
Quinn deputy aecretary of slate,
[ filed for the republican nomin
ation for State Railway commis
sioner. It is the first filing madci
for the primary election, which
will be held next August, Quinn!
has been active in the state for)
several years and is a native of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson ■
and son Bobbie, left Saturday for
Butte, to visit Mrs. Thompson's
mother, Mrs. Fred Huscheit unti!
Wednesday, when they went to
Creighton to visit Mr. Thompson's
parehts, before leaving for Los
Angeles. California, to make their
future home. Mr. Thompson has
been employed at the Mont
gomery hardware store for sev
This office is in receipt of a re
mittance from J. S. Kirwin, of
Boise, Idaho, extending his sub
scription to this household neces-,
sity for another year. Mr. Kirwin.
was a resident of this county for
many years in the latter seventies
and early eighties and, of course
had an extensive acquaintenance
with the old timers in this section
In his letter he says: *‘It is hardly
necessary for me to say that 1
greatly enjoy reading the news
in and around O'Neill. Please
convey my best wishes to all and
sundry of my old friends and ac
quaintenances in Holt county, and
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our heart
felt thanks to the many kind
friends and neighbors for the
kindly assistance rendered during
the illness of our beloved husband
and father, and for the many acts
of-kindness extended following his
Ctttftht Rtaor of Taytor, vtatted
at the home of hia Mater Mr* Otf.
ford p,ichman Sunday
Dr. A. E. Gadhois Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Specialist of Norfolk will make regular visits at
Dr. Carter’s office in O’Neill.
The next visit will be Thursday Nov. 13
* CIICAll IEPIESEITATIVE WIU IE KIE
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Friday November 14
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The Home of Good Merchandise
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Central Finance Co.
C. E. Jones. Manager.
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St. Mary’s Academy
Sunday, November 9
5 JO to SJO p. m.
St. Mary’s Alumnae
Dance in the
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You are all invited
Now is the time to I
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