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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1894)
LINCObN LIGHT INFANTRY.
How do you like drilling by the bugle?
We should havo at IeaBt ten recruits by
Albert N. Miller and John Burbo are ap
plicants for membership.
; III " jA
2 "Well, thank my lucky star but
3-what is it."
1 "Great Scott ! I hope I'll reach that fence before he nips me.'
NOVEMBER 2i, 1894.
I vote for....,
Name of voter.
This coupon entitles the voter to one
vote in the $500 cash contest which
closes December 24th, 1804. The
person receiving the highest number of votes will receive 8250, the
person receiving the next highest, eluU; and the person receiving the
next highest, $100.
Lieut. Gascoigne and privates Clark and
Rehlaender are preparing for winter. Look
at those whiskers.
Corporal Ferguson thinks he waB slight
ted because his name was among the pri
vates on the Mendelssohn concert programs.
Misery loves company, private Carpenter
wasn't in it at all.
Indoor base ball furnishes plenty of
amusement when the Mannerchor will let
us use the hall. The L. L. I. B. B. ssocia
tion all wish Patton all kinds of success in
his dealings wih the committee.
Sergt. Cosgrave says he will see how the
other fellows look before he forces his
Why don't some of the whist players talk
up a tournament for the coming winter?
There is plenty of material.
January 1st will see some of the boys on
the "honorary membership", list while not
a few whose three years' enlistment will ex
pire will re-enlist.
Sergt. Plummer is representing Plummer,
Perry & Co. in the new territory opened up
by the B. & M. His headquarters are at
Edgmont, S. D.
Corp. Streight attended a party at
Plattsmouth Monday night. Report to the
summary court for tioe.
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