The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, February 14, 1952, SECTION 2, Page 12, Image 12

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    FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 440-acre ranch on
Niobrara river, about 10 miles
north of Bassett, Nebr. Price i
$22,000. Improvements are eas
ily worth $8,000.00 leaving the i
land about $30.00 per acre. Bot- |
tom land can be irrigated, bal
ance of land well watered with
creeks. An ideal location for
pasturing and wintering cattle. '
Will carry 100 head of grown I
cattle the year around, furnish- |
ing hay. alfalfa and pasture.
Possession this spring.—A. B.
Hutton, Broker, Newport, Nebr.
41-42c
NEW 1952 MASSEY - HARRIS
New TRACTORS
and COMBINES
IN STOCK AGAIN - ALL SIZES
Also Mowers, Manure Spreaders,
Corn Shellers, Bulldozers,
Fertilizer Spreaders
FERGUSON TRACTORS
Used John Deere and
International Tractors
Buy a New 44 Massey-Harris
Tractor—9 Horsepower Free
Outlaw Implement Co.
O’Neill, Nebr. 41c
FOR SALE: 41% range cake, $104
per ton; mixed fertilizer, $47.95
per ton.—Corkle Hatchery, O’
_ Neill. _38tf
FOR SALE: Used kerosene Ser
vel $30 at Leidy's, O’Neill. 41c
BROWN PLAID SUIT
AND SPRING COAT
IN EXCELLENT condition, fine
for school; hand crocheted
sweater, new raincoat, other
dresses, etc. At stucco house 1
block west, 1 south state garage.
__—Mrs. Allen McNeff. 41p60
USED CARS
1—1950 Chev. 2-door, radio and
heater, very clean.
1—1949 Ford ‘6’ tudor with over
drive, radio, heater,
1—1949 F-7 Ford SWB truck.
LOHAUS MOTOR
CO.
Phone 16 O’Neill
_41c
FOR SALE: One Dempster hay
stacker and one set of J-D dou
ble rakes. — James H. Cronk,
O'Nnll, phone 324. 41p35
FOR SALE: Cod liver oil for
hens at Leidy'g, O'Neill. 41c
FOR SALE: All white porcelain
coal and wood kitchen heater,
like new. $39.95.—Jacobson's,
O’Neill,_ 41c
FOR SALE: 200-acre former Gan
non farm, located 4 miles north
of Inman. Possession March 1,
If interested phone or write:
Fred H. Reinking, Schleswig.
_la., phone 185. 40-41-65
FOR SALE: Building, 14x16,—
Ralph Leidy. 41c
Used Car Specials
1—1948 Ford fordor, equipped,
winterized.
1—1947 Ford tudor, equipped,
winterized.
1—1949 Hudson 4-dr., radio, heat
er. seat covers, white sidewall
tires, A-l condition in every
way.
1—1941 Hudson 4-dr., sedan, a
bargain.
1—1938 Ford tudor, a bargain.
These are all good clean cars and
priced to sell. Come in and see
us.
SMITH MOTOR CO.
PAUL SHIERK, Mgr.
Phone 562 — O’Neill
_40c
FARM FOR SALE: 720 acres
east of O’Neill, improved, close
to school and town, listed until
February 1st, 1952, at $45.00 per
acre.—See R. H. ("»«>”) Shrin
er, O’Neill, phone 106. 38c
FOR SALE: McCormick-Deering
double-unit pipe milking ma
chine, stainless steel units,
complete with pipe, used only
2 years, good as new. may be
seen in operation. Inquire:
Gambles. O’Neill. 41c
* 'UBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamrnimmmmmmmmmmmm
FOR SALE: 480 acre ranch in
Cache creek valley in Holt
county, Nebr., located 14 miles
soutwest of Ewing. This ranch
is extra well improved, will
keep 75 cows the year around,
is on country road, ^4 mile to
good school, V4 miles to rural
route, REA will be built in this
spring, has plenty shade and
good water. Due to poor health
must sell. For price and terms
write owner: John Christianson,
Ewing, Nebr. 38-41c
FOR SALE: Nearly new Magic
Chef gas stove at Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: NWV4 of 3-27-9, 6
miles north ,1 west of Ewing.
—See R. H. ("Ray”) Shriner,
O’Neill. 40-41c
FOR SALE: Reg. Farmall tractor,
mounted cultivator and lister;
12-ft. disc; small harpmermill;
2-row eli; 6-ft, mower.—Arnold
Gehring, phone 359-M after 6
p.m. 41p40
Chrysler-Plymouth
SALES & SERVICE
A Good Stock of
Better Used Cars
At Prices That Will Please
C. M. WILSON
Phone 100 Butte. Nebr.
2tf
PAR O SAN disinfects brooder
houses. Get it at Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE; $11,000 — 160-acre
improved, level, all tillable
farm, 4 miles west of Spencer.
Excellent water, REA, and a
warm house. Terms. —Pauline
Gude. Spencer, phone 88W. 37tf
FOR SALE: Used Ford generator
at Leidy’s, O’Neill. 41c
FOR SALE: Five new patterns of
12-ft. linoleum. — Midwest
Furn. & Appl., West O’Neill.
41c
FOR SALE: 3 - gallon pressure
sprayers at Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: A Boston bull screw
tail terrier. 6 months old.—
Charley Tasley, Atkinson.
_41-42p
FOR SALE: State tested Nemaha
seed oats, $1.25 per bushel. —
Tony Mudloff, Pegs. 41-44pl05
FOR SALE: Steel hens’ nests,
$9.75 at Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: Surge dairy equip
ment for sale by Kenneth Dil
lon. Ainsworth, Nebr. Get your
milking machine now while
they are still available. 4tfc
FOR SALE: Pilot oyster shell 90
cents at Leidys, O’Neill. 41c
IMMEDIATE SALE
320-Acre Stock Farm
INCLUDES good set of improve
ments, located 6 miles from a
town in the O’Neill area, right
in the heart of the ranch coun
try.
PLENTY OF WATER, small lake
in pasture, 120 acres wild hay,
balance bottom pasture land.
Some additional land also a
vailable for lease.
IMPROVEMENTS include very
good 5-room house, good barn,
other bldgs. Yards, loading
chute, fences, etc., all in
good repair. Terms available.
For additional information
CONTACT:
STANLEY
MADDOX
Neligh, Nebr., Phone 141
40-41c
FOR SALE: Used compressor and
t ar hoist.—Leidy’s. __41c
i FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet 4-dr.,
and 1949 Chevrolet all-steel
station wagon.—Write Box 286,
Ewing, or prhone 62-J, Ewing.
40-41p65
. FOR SALE: Fire proof chick lit
ter at Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: Border Collie pup
pies, males and females. — C
Bar M, O’Neill 29tf
FOR SALE: Nearly new Deep
freeze, 10-ft. size.—Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: Insurance of all I
kinds see R. H. (“Ray”) Shri
ner. phone 106. 39tf
FOR SALE: Alcohol barrels and
copper tubing.—Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: Several good, well
located building lots—R. H.
(“Ray”) Shriner, O’Neill, phone
106. 22tf
36c_
FOR SALE: Used 3-ton chain
hoist at Leidy’s. 41c
FOR SALE: New Duo - Therm
oil heater, 13-in. burner, close
out price, regular 129.95, now
99.95.—Lloyd Collins (Holt Co.
Impls.), O’Neill._41c
FOR SALE: Nearly new Hamil
ton-Beach vacuum cleaner. —
Leidy’s. O’Neill. 41c
MISCELLANEOUS
WATCH and jewelry repairing,
crystals and Ronson lighter re
pairs while you wait. — Clift
Jewelry, O'Neill.__29tf
MONUMENTS of lasting beauty,
made by skilled craftsmen of
the J. F. Bloom Co. . . . monu
ments from the factory to the
consumer.— Emmet Crabb, O’
Neill, phone 139-J.37tf
WE NEVER SLEEP
A PHONE CALL brings us on
the run! Phone 404-W
J. V. MOTOR
Jim Atkinson - Vernon Strong
Used Car Parts, Car Repairing
Acetylene Welding
North 7th O’Neill. Nebr.
9c80
WHAT’S IN A NAME? SER
VICE! when you consign cat
tle, hogs, and sheep to the
Frank E. Scott Commission
Co., Stock Yards. Sioux City,
la.__22tf
4% Federal Land Bank
Long Term
L-O-A-N-S
Pre-Payment Privileges
ELK.HORN VALLE'i
Nat’l Farm Loan Aas’n
O’Neill. Nebr.
Lyle P. Dierks, Sec-Treas.
K1ETH A. ABART
O’Neill. Nebr.
Auctioneer
Licensed to Sell Real Estate
Ifltf
H U NTS
PLUMBING & HEATING
American Kitchens
White Water Heaters
(Next door Asimus Motor.)
FARM & COMMERCIAL
Service Phone 399. O’Neill
EXPERT
I _
Body - Fender
REPAIRING
COMPLETE up - to - date shop,
equipped and experienced for
all makes of cars. Also paint
ing, spot work, glasses install
ed. Free estimates, 24-hour
wrecker service.
WICH’S BODY SHOP
219 Douglas St. Phone 211-W
J-V MOTOR. O’Neill, buys Iron
and metal. No. 7th St. 13ctf
FOR BRIGGS & STRATTON.
Lawson and Clinton engines
service and genuine parts cal
at Vic Halva’s Electric Shop
O’Neill._«tf
L. Liuthmiiler
REPAIR SHOP
Half-block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kinds of
automobile, truck and tractoi
repair. Acetylene welding.
DIGGING
WE DIG water and sewer ditch
es. basements, cesspools, and
build da>.is. Also do structural
steel setting.
Belville Draglines
Valentine, Nebr. 49tf
HALVA’S ELECTRIC SHOP
Generator & Motor Winding
New and Used Motors
_for Any Job_25tf
Complete
Auction Sales
Service!
Advertising, auctioneering, clerk
ing ... let us take care of the
details. Call or see
ED THORIN. O'Neill
or
LEIGH &
VERNE REYNOLDSON.
O’Neill, Phone 2
Insurance of All Kinds
18 tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hull and fam
ily, of Sioux City, spent the
weekend at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Baker._
Mrs. Elvin Coker called on Mrs.
Charles Fox'Monday afternoon.
WTLL1AM W. GRIFTIN
ATTORNEY
First National Bank Bldg
O'NEIL!
. I
ATTENTION!
FARMERS & RANCHERS!
We Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Your
CREAM, POULTRY and EGGS
WE CARRY
A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
%
for Cattle, Hogs and Poultry
CLARENCE FARR PRODUCE
4
O'NEILL ACROSS FROM BUS STATION
. ■—■■■
WANTED
WANTED TO RENT: Pasture
land for cash.—Jim Corkle, O’
Neill. 41-51C
"DON’T FORGET !
THE FERTILIZER meeting at
the K.C. hall at Atkinson
Thursday, February 21, at 7:30
sharp. There will be pictures
and lectures on the use and ap
lication of fertilizer. Everyone
interested is invited.
J. F. Brady Company
Atkinson, Nebr. 40
WANTED: American Legion dues
are due for ’52! You may' pay
your dues to Cletus Durr, post
adj., Lee store, O’Neill._41c
WANTED: Blue grass seed. We
buy in the rough or will do
custom threshing. We also buy,
sell and clean alfalfa and clo
vers.—Koinzan - Jochum Seed
Co., Elgin, phone 132J. 26tf
WANTED TO RENT: Hay and
alfalfa land for cash or share.—
Jim Corkle. O’Neill. 41 51c
MECHANIC
WANTED
EXPERIENCED mechanic, Gen
eral Motors experience prefer
ferred. —Wm. Krotter Co., O’
Neill. 41c
CARDS OF THANKS
THROUGH THE courtesy of The
Frontier, I want to thank all
my friends and relatives for
cards, gifts and flowers given
to help me celebrate my 92nd
birthday anniversary. Thank
you so much. It all was very
much appreciated.
MRS, BELLE SUMMERS
l WISH to express my thanks to
my relatives, neighbors and
friends for the beautiful flow
ers, cards and candy I received
during my stay in the Lutheran
hospital at Norfolk.
41c MRS. EARL FARR
I WISH to thank all my neigh
bors, friends and relatives for
the cards, letters and gifts sent
me while I was in the hospital.
41p50 MRS. HELEN SHOLES
FOH RENT
FOR RENT: New unfurnished
modern apartment. — Gillies
pie’s, phone 114,_37tf
GOOD FLOOR SANDER AND
edger for rent. Inquire: Spelts
Ray Lbr. Co., O’Neill.
WANTED TO RENT: Small ranch
for 30 head or more of cattle.
Furnish good references. Cash
rent.—Box 295, O’Neill. 41p35
FOR RENT: New, small hand
sanding machine, for furniture
and woodwork. — Spelts-Ray
Lbr, Co., O'Neill.52tf
Plan Gift Box for
Philippine Girl—
The Golden Keys club met on
Friday, February 8. Jerry Schaaf
called the meeting to order. The
secretary read the roll call. Mel
vin Luben told the story about
"Tom Sawyer.” Mike Schaaf will
tell about a show he has seen.
This week we answered roll call
with our favorite show.
In our Friday, February 1,
meeting, Bobby Perry presided.
It was decided to send a box to
the Philippine Islands to a girl
whose home and crops have been
destroyed by hurricanes. — By
Bonnie Murphy, roving reporter.
LOST
LOST: On the streets of O’Neill
Saturday night, 2 child’s brown
rubber cowboy boots, both for
right foot. Leave at Frontier
office. — Mrs. Bill Derickson.
Stan_41c
LOST: Saturday evening. Febru
ary 9, lady’s BUlova wrist
watch with expansion bracelet,
registered No. 374714 on back
of case. Reward $5 for return to
this office. —Mrs. George Jef
frey. 41-42p60
LOST OR STOLEN: A blue satin
athletic sport jacket, with
Eagle and O’Neill on back. Re
turn to Jack Bailey, jr. 41p35
Spring About Here—
Benches Dusted-Off
ATKINSON — A reliable har
binger of spring is the annual
dust-off of blue, pink and green
park benches as they are hauled
out of storage and placed at stra
tegic points along the streets.
Springlike weather during the
past week induced residents to
exploit the benches to the fullest.
The benches along Atkinson's
streets pose a traditional sight
—homey, too. Folks alight there
to wail for a wife or husband
or to meet the family car.
There are some objectors to the
benches but the usefulness of the
benches is almost universally ac
cepted.
In winter months folks linger
on lines of chairs found inside
some of the stores.
—
Other Atkinson News
ATKINSON—Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Adams drove to Grand Island
Sunday, February 10. to visit
their daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Turner, and son.
The joint group of Methodist
ladies circles held a food sale on
Saturday, February 8. Proceeds
went to the march of dimes.
O'NEILL LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Tomlin
son, of Lynch, were Monday din
ner guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Tomlinson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Switzer
spent Sunday afternoon at the
farm home of Mr and Mrs. Ben
Asher.
Gerry Waller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Waller, spent the
weekend in Page with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snell.
Elwin Benson, of Omaha, spent
the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Benson.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson,
of Rapid City, S.D., spent the
weekend at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William W. Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eby
attended a family gathering on
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lorenz Nissen at Page. Oth
er guests at the Nissen home
were: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nissen
and family, of O’Neill; Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Nissen and Mr. and
Mrs. Don Nissen, of Page.
Mrs. A. W. Carroll and son,
Robert, went to Norfolk on busi
ness Saturday. February 9.
Thomas DeBacker, who has
been visiting his parents, left
Thursday, February 7, for Chica
go, 111., where he will spend part
of his vacation. He plans to return
to O’Neill for a few days and
then will leave Saturday for St.
Paul. Minn., where he attends a
seminary.
J. F. Brady Co.
ATKINSON. NEBR.
DEALER
has been appointed dealer for
Simplot Red Diamond
Superphosphate
★ Easier now lor you lo get Simplot Red Diamond
Superphosphate — right irom this local dealer. But
don't wait until the fall rush is on — buy your
Summer and Fall suply now. Have il ready lor
use when you need ltl
11 And ask for helpful free pamphlet* on good
I fertilising practices!
d^^friTT-il-iT? ( %, -
Pocatello, Idaho
Thurday Star Specials
HERE THEY ARE! Each and everyone
a real moneysaving bargain for
Thursday shoppers in O’Neill. Tune in to
the “Voice of The Frontier” each Wednes
day morning at 9:45 for a preview of the
next day’s STAR SPECIALS. V'atch
The Frontier each week for the page of
Thursday Only STAR SPECIALS ! !
800 Hogs, 600 Cattle Expected
• Receipts at today's sale will include at least 800 hogs and be
tween 500 and 600 cattle.
• The stocker-feeder market has been steady this week at the
terminals although the fat cattle prices were unevenly weak
to lower. Included in today's offering of cattle will be 85 head of
mixed feeder cattle and 20 head of comfeds—all from one owner.
Bulk of the run will be yearling steers and heifers.
O’NEILL UVEST0CK MARKET
Phone 2 O’Neill
LLOYD COLLINS
(Holt County Implements)
Phone 365 O’Neill
★ THURSDAY STAR SPECIAL ★
COMPLETE with Powr-Trol and Rolla
matic... this tractor will carry a new
guarantee. . . it’s fully equipped and a real
bargain at this price.
1950 J-D Model B. TRACTOR
Thursday Only
$1,440
JACOBSON’S
Store in O’Neill and Norfolk
"We Sell Only the Best — and Service Everything Electrical"
★ THURSDAY STAR SPECIAL *
Used Kerosene Superfex
REFRIGERATOR
Thursday Only $25
OTHER kerosene and gasoline refrigerat
ors available at slightly higher prices.
MIDWEST FURN. & APPL.
209 West Douglas Phone 346-J
Thursday Star Special
PLATFORM ROCKER SALE
LARGE, roomy platform rockers, Bolta
flex Plastic ... in rose, grey, biege,
tan, brown, chartreuse, and turquoise . . .
nationally-advertised SERTA brand.
Regular 49.50
Thursday Only..34.50