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ton and Ninth streets. A cup of tea
rfill help to braco tho young people!
while they await the election returns.
nuch shamefaced fashion that he is sus
pected of being an ini poster, and, worn
out with the number of appeals which
have preceded the one worthy pensioner.7
he is refused. J
Those Germans may bo barons andpijgg MIDDLE GROUND
barbers, too, though a hard-working
barber might object
with the vagabonds,
are, noble or peasant
not go about tho country explaining
that he is of high degree, and borrowing
clothes, wine and ladies' societv because
of his rank in another country, which
he cannot prove and which, if he could,
would not be any reason why the coun
try he chooses to tramp through should
TO SAVE YOUR DIGESTION
Uuse "Garland" Stoves and Ranges.
For sale by Rudce & Morris.
Sorosis met with Mrs. E. R. Guthrie
October 20, Mrs. Bell leading with "The
Story of Cuba" for her subject. Every
member of the club went home having
a more accurate knowledge of Cuba and
her "cause" than she bad when she
Mrs. Bell gave the siza of Cuba as
about that of the state of New York; its
population is about that of Chicago. Its
resources in forest, mine and soil are
boundless. It is Spain's richest posses
sion. If the Cubans had been allowed
to utilize the wealth nature has so
abundantly lavished, there would not be
the cry of anguish we hear from their
devastated land. For four centuries
Spain haB enriched herself from her
offspring, but during the last of the four
her methods have been unbearable.
FASHIONED LIFE COfland Mrs.S. II
The Courier is very sorry to hear o?
Mrs. Aniasu Cobb's serious illness.
Frank Polk, has returned from tho
Tho following have been voted in as
members of the Patriarch club: Mr.
to being cIassedXnqqjivrRNrT"OR flREDIT S Yrf'iW. V. KpIIov. Mr. nd Mm. A. D.
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On Monday, November
30, "The Courier" company
will give $15.00 to the
author of the best short
story handed in before Oc
tober 31, 1896, and $10.00
to the author of the second
best. The story must not
contain more than 2,5oo
Miss rlelen Nance entertained inform
ally on Saturday evening.
Last Friday evening a small crowd of
Mrs. D. E. Thompson's friends dropped
in, not only to surprise her, but to help
celebrate her birthday.
The Patriarchs gave their first party
Mrs. Billmeyer is entertaining friends
from Evansville, Ind., Mrs. M. E.Pinney
and her neico. Miss Mabel Eulass of
Mrs. George Woods will give two Ken
singtons next week, Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons, at her home
Fifteenth and E street.
NEW DANCING HALL.
THE BEST FLOOR IN THE CITY.
SEE IT BEFORE YOU GIVE A PARTY.
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Taxation of the most oppressive nature
has kept the Cubans at her Teet. She
sketched the "ten years war" and told
how identical in leadership and methods
that war was to this present one. She
told how "Cubans have alwajs looked to
the United States for help and how our
country has frequently been called upon
to explain filibustering expeditions.
L. B. Treeman and his daughter, Miss
Josephine, started Tuesday for New
York. They expect to siirOctober 23
for Kngland. After a short stay there
they will goto Buenos A res. Argentina.
Where Miss Treeman will be married
to Mr. James W. MeCroskty. manager
of a large electric plant. Mr. McCroskey
will be remembered as a student of the
" University of Nebraska of 91. Miss
Treeman was assistant in the Latin de
partment. Mr. McCroskey was pre
vented by press of business fiom coming
The Flower Mission held a business
meeting at the home of Mrs. L W. Mar-
..shall Wednesday afternoon. Miss Alice
Slaughter will give the next Mission
tea November 2 at her home, Washing-
Mrs. Albinus Nance is enjoying a
pleasant visit from her father and little
Miss Charlotte Clark is giving rr.usis
lessons. Any who wish to inquire into
her terms can see Miss Clark at the
university or at her home on O and
Thirty third streets.
The Kensington club was entertained
pleasantly by Mrs. A. G. Billmeyer,
Wednesday afternoon. This was the
second meeting of the club which is two
years old. Besides needle work the
ladies indulged with great enthusiasm
in the game Love's Flower Tale. The
following is a partial list of members
and visitors. Mesdames G. R. Chapin,
C. I. Jones, A. D. Wilkinson, Walter
Davis, W.A. PrestonT ArmstrongTR. B.
Patrick, W. J. Turner, R. E. Van Brunt,
C. I.Griffith, Milton Scott, Prof. Leese,
R. D. Stearns, Cora Pitcher, Shaw, of
Boise City. Idaho; M.E. Pinuey. Evans
ville, Ind , and Miss Mabel Eulass, of
Friend Your wife seems like a dif
ferent woman when she is speaking.
Tompkins So? I'm afraid I doc't
Know the other.
Burnham, .Mr. and Mrs.
MISSOURI PACIFIC FLYER.
The Filer will make better time by
several hours to St. Louis, Clnclnnattt.
Washington. New York unci to all east
ern points, than any other line out of
Lincoln. It la a screamer.
For information about rates, connec
tions, ets, or for sleeping: car berths.
call at city ticket office. 1201 O street.
F. D. CORNKLL. C. P. & T. A.
Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 21, 180CL
To Benjamin F. Oden: 4
You are hereby untitled that on tho
12th day of October, 1800, tho Mayor
and City Council declared the old s'ulo
walk a uuicatico aud ordered tho con
struction of a new walk en tho corner
of Tenth and V streets, in front and
along lot 0, block 1G, North Lincoln add.
City of Lincoln, according to tho re
corded plat thereof; said walk to be con
Btructtd of plark and i feet wide; and
j on are further notith-d to comply with
said order within thirty daja from fci-r-vicoof
this notice; if not. It will bo built
and the cost thereof acscssed ugainst
Assistant Street Commissioner.
Dated Oct. 2t.
WORTH OF HONEST,
For Men and Boys at BANKRUPT prices.
Lightning has struck! Come and carry
away the debris.
Clean, sightly Suits in winter weight.
Men's $7.50 Fancy Worsted Suits $3.75.
Men's Prince Albert Suits worth up to $18 at $7.50.
Men's $20 Fine Clay Worsted Prince Albert Suits at
Men's $7, $8 and $10 Suits in sack and Frock, at $5.
Men's exr.ra heavy all-wool Pants, $1.50.
104106 No. lOtlx St.
O. J. KING.
Wholesale and Retail.
I 1126 N STREET. - LINCOLN, NEB.
Stock purchased direct from the manufacturer.
Wo buy in carload lots. .
Quality considered, we claim to be the Low
est Priced Grocery in Lincoln.
I : AND : IPfCI :
WE SELL FOR CASH.
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