The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, May 30, 1896, Image 4

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Personal Mention
These natty little junior suits
For boys from 3 to 7 yean old
Professor Taylor spoke at Friend test
Mrs. John M. Stewart is visiting in
John M. Bigger left for Cadis. O.,
Dr. H. M. Casebeer is home from
Cripple Creek.
Mrs. W. W. Wllaon left Thursday
for Muskegon.
Tke Second Presbyterian church has
accepted Mr. Bradt's resignation.
The English club will meet Saturday
evening with Harry J. Shedd. at the
Phi Kappa Psi house. Prof. L. A. Sher
ehb wHl lecture on the short story and
Hiss NeUie Grim will sinr.
Mr. C. H. Rudge has been elected
a member of the standing committee
for this diocese. There are six mem
bers of this committee, three laymen
and three clergymen. The clergy are
Dean Gardner and 'the Rev. Doherty of
Omaha and Canon Burgess of Phttts
mouth. Chanoellor Woolworth, Mr. C.
W. Lyman and our Mr. Rudge of Lin
coln are the laymen.
The funeral of Ralph F. Andrews
took place Thursday. The pall-bearers
were: D. W. Hawksworth. Harry
Doubrava. L. R. Packard. V. P. Shel
don. J. W. Dixon. J. H. Mallalieu. E.
F. King and George Risser. The body
was taken to Kearney for interment.
Ralph Andrews came to the univer
sity in 18si. Me was not here long be
fore he became a prime favorite with
all who were acquainted with him. He
was known as "Curly." although the
sobriquet was applied from love rather
than a desire to give blm a nickname.
He was bright and immediately took
a prominent position m his class. That
place was held until his illness. This
commenced last fall shortly after he
had sustained a violent fall from a
bicycle. He went to the sanitarium
for treatment and later was taken to
Chicago by his father and brother,
Kenneth, who has been his constant
attendant during his illness. The visK
to CMeago flailed to restore his health
and he was brought back to Lincoln.
Human skill failed to effect any Im
provement and his sufferings culmi
nated yesterday.
The deceased was a member ef the
Sigma Chi fraternity and of cadet
company C. His is the third death
suffered by the local fraternity chap
ter, a fatality seemingly having at
tached itself to it
By the death of Ralph Andrews
many a student loses a l6vlag friend
and classmate. He was ever bright
and cheerful and was one of the most
lovable characters In the university.
His death will be universally mourned
aa it Is safe to say that he had few, K
any, enemies in the city.
Alpha Epsllon chapter of Sigma Cbl
has adopted resolutions expressing
deep regret at the death of their
brother and the members will drape
their fraternity pins wRh mourning
for thirty days.
"Ephemar" tee cteam is the beat.
Franc. M, Rector, 1211 0 St.
Everything is absolutely pure and
dean atFraakM. Sector's, 1211 0 St
Beginning May 10th the Missouri Pa
dnc wlfl ran a new fast daily train
leaving Lincoln at 159 p. m., arriving
at TTsnsst City at 11:00 p. m. and at St.
Levis at 739 a. au making direct con
nections at new St. Louis union sta
tion with aH east bound trains.
Rudv's Pile Suppository
:- guaranteed to cure Piles and Con
stipatiea, or money refunded. SO cents
perbex.8ead two stamps for circular
and Free Sample to Martin Rudy,
Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa.
No postals answered. For sale by all
f rat class druggist everywhere. H
T. darke Co- wholesale agents
Are all the style
We will show you a fine assortment of these
In prices from $1.50 up
Cor. O and 10th St
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A Mrs. Kopkina Boy.
A comfortable California trip can be
taken every Thursday at 10:30 a. m. in a
through tourist sleeping car, Lincoln to
Los Angeles without change via the
Burlington. Remember this when ar
ranging for your winter trip. Depot
ticket oflce, 7th street between P and
8 streets. City office, corner Tenth and
"Queen Victoria:' Ladies' Favorite
Her Majesty's Perfume, it the moat
lotting and perfect Perfuwe. Ak
iggs1 the Druggist? for a sample.
Josephine toilet preparation
face blench, face tonic, hair tonic, etc
at Kleinkaaf k Grimes', 117 North 11th
We are the originatara of "Ephemar"
nut ice creams. Imitated but not du
plicated. Frank M. Rector, "Ephemar."
1211 0 Street
Call on Frank M. Rector, 1211 O St
and be refreshed at the finest onyx soda
fountain in the state.
The severe wind which caused so
much damage yesterday afternoon, un
roofed the two-story brick building at
Ut South Ninth street, one of the old
est brick buildings la the city, havtur
been buUt ta 74. The heavy rains which
followed, did much damage to the stock
ef harness and eta, contained therein.
The entire stock will be sold at barelv
cost of manufacture. Call and examine
the big bargains. Nothing i
The latest novelties in candies, salt
' taffy, Jersey lilies, butter squares.
and. salted pesiiHts. iniro-
Trilby s Truthful pills" is a specific
in all taees of kidney and liver toublee
Just one pellet at nigbt does the work
At Riggs pharmacy cor 12 and O.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of an order of sale Issued by the clerk
of the district court of the Third Judi
cial district of Nebraska, for Lancas
ter county. In an action wherein
Charles M. Hautbawayds plaintiff, and
Major J. Bohanan et aL, defendants, I
wlH. ax 2 o'clock p. m.. on the 30th day
ef June. A. D.. 18M, at the ast door of
the court house, in the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster county, eNbraska, offer for
sale at public auction the following
described real estate, to wit:
Part of Lots two (2) and three (3), in
block fifty-four (54). In the city of Lin
coln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, de
scrlged as follows, vis: Beginning at a
point on the north line of said block
forty-two and one-half (42) feet west
of the northeast corner of said block,
and running thence south sixty (SO)
feet, thence west twenty (20) feet,
thence north sixty (60) feet, thence east
twenty (36) feet, to place of beginning,
known as lot "B" In the sub-division of
said block.
Given under my hand this 27th day
of May. A. D.. IMC,
June 27.
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129 SoHth Eleventh Street
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Acknowledge no equal, no peer. They have proven to be not only "good
as the best" but actually the very best wheel made.
Call at 1217 O and examine them
Insure your wheel in the American Wheelman's Protective
association. New wheel if yours is stolen.
O. A wirick, lair o St
Telephone 198
1211 O.St
Our "Ephemar" ice cream is made
from pure Jersey cream which is
brought to us every morning fresh from
the farm.
Orders for family use a specialty.
Special care is taken in the manufacture
of all confections by our expert candy
makers, supplied with the very best and
purest materials and latest apliances.
: by us. We originate. -Ephemar,"
1211 oat.
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