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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1898)
Office Hours jfj
Dr. O. C. Reynolds
(Office rooms 18-19, 110 to IS a.n
liurr Hlock 3tn5p.ni
I Rei. 2548 Q ot.
Sun. 3 to '
godal and personal
oglc IW. L. DaytOD, M. D. Office, 1206 O Street J 10 to 1
j Disease of Eye. Eat and Throat j Re. 1821 C Street J230to5pi
IDr. J. H. Tyndale
I NOSE AND THROAT
I Office, rooms 9 and 10.
9 to 11:30am
2 to 5pm
J Dr. S. E. Cook .
f Eye. Ear, No6e and Throat
1315 O St.
' Dr. Ben j. F. Bailey j
Office, eurung lilock
Residence. 1313 C street
1 9 to 10 f
1-12 to 12:
2 to 4 p
Dr. R. E. Gif fen
t Office, Telephone Did... 1 2 to 5 p m;
-j a m by a
( Residence, 1S21 F street J pointment
561 IDr. J.S.Eaton,
.562 j Surgery and Nervous Diseases,
I 1 2 to 4 p. m
VOffico, 137 So. Iltli St. 1 12 a. m.
I Hours iu to
IDr. J. B. Triokey,
f Reft act ionist only
19 to 12 a. m
(Office, 1035 O street Vl to 4 p.m.
DR. E. J. ANGLE. ( Offico Alexander blk. 14C0
rRkin anil npnltvTTninurT T)!spncr. "i U M.. IpCmg , 8,
Facial blemist.0. romoTed fEes.cor2Gtli andN
Sis. j 7:30 to 9 p.!
1 , . , I Office, rooms 26. 27 and
WO.VLOUiS N. Wente.D.D.S.i l.Browncll Block, 137
. ) I so Utb street.
Dr. J. S. McNay
j Office, 1105 O trect 8 to 12 am O
I Residence. 2208T street fl tr5p m
I OiUce, room 19 Burr Blk j 9 to 12 a m
; 19 to L
f I to
J. M. GUILE,
Real Estate and Ins. Gen. Exchange Business
' -vyr l
should have their eyes examined at
once by en experienced optician,
and have them fitted with glasses
that will strengthen and relieve the
weak optic nerves or imperfect
vision. We will fit either children
or adult) with eyeglasee3 or specta
cles, with fine crystal lenses to suit
any ago or any defect of sight, and
test the eyes free of charge.
1143 O Street.
Funke Opera House Block.
JH?"V:Sr,IR A2VD OPTICIAN.
lJ TCM -!-- nrlo a 4V 5
J. ui yitss guuus Ul
fine qualit' the three
leading lines of the sea
son will be Zephyr Ging
hams, French Organdies,
and Scotch Dimities. "We"
have now in stock direct
importations of all these
goods including-the choicest g
styles which will be offered g
this season. We do not o
claim that there will not be 8
plenty of wash dress goods g
to be had in April and Ma)' g
but we do say that if you 8
"am, lug uesi auu ill us u cv-
clusive styles now is the
time to make your selec
Miller & Paine
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yates spent last
Sunday in Kansjs City.
Miss Jettie Wilkinson of Chicago, who
is vis'.ting her brother.
Mr. Porter King of Friend, spent Sun
day with Mr. Jno. Dudgeon.
The Cotillion club ha3 postponed its
next meeting until February 10th.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Winger, and Mies
Stoddard gave a musicale on Friday eve
ning. A masked ball was given on Tuesday
night by tho Sons and Daughters of
Mrr. C. E. Latchaw has gone to Kan
ea9 city to study tho mandolin with
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Raymond enter,
tainedafew friends at whist Wednes
Misses Gertrude and Frances Marsh
land will entertain their friends Satur
Miss Mamie Hartley who has been
attending the Cincinnati art schcol re
turned this week.
Mrs. Harwood and Miss Harwood aro
at hoT.e to a large number ot their
friends this afternoon.
The Ladies' Faculty club of tho Uni
versity will give a reception to faculty
and students this evening.
The L. A . G. F. kensington club was
very delightfully entertained by Mrs. G.
Fawell 1 huriday afternoon.
Mr. T. C. Jarvia of Council Bluffs, re
turned to his home Thursday, after
spending the forepart of the week here.
Mr. Phil RusEell and Mr. E. R. Daven
port have completed their work at the
university and will return to their homes
Mr. F. W. Brown is in New Orleans
attending the Lumberman's meeting.
He will visit other southern points be
TfaeCastleman club will give a "Ho
gans Alley' ball Thursday nigbtthe 10th,
in the L. L. I. hall. Hereafter, their balls
will be given on Thursday evenings in
stead of Wednesday.
Mrs. G. M. LambertEon gave an ele
gant luncheon for ten ladies Saturday
at 1 o'clock. The guests were seated at
the round table which was tastefully
adorned with violets, hyacinths and
Th3 La Vita whist club met Thursday
evening of this week with Mr. and Mrs.
J.J. Davis. There were six tables of
players, and the evening wasan unusual
ly delightful one. Only members of tho
club wera present.
Tuesday evening at the Windsor hotel
the new Union Veteran's union was
given a reception by the Farragut and
Appomatox relief corps. A large num
ber were present and thoroughly enjoy
el the music and addresses.
Mrs. J. W. MacDonald gave a box
party Monday evening for Mrs. and Miss
Turner of Muncie, Ind. Those making
up the party were Mrs. and Mies Turn
er, Mrs. Billantine ot Omaha, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard, Mr. Coffretb, Mrs. Mac
Dsnald and her sister Miss Regna. ,
MrSi W. A. Rankins gave" a -kensing
ton Thursday afternoon to about thirty
ladies. Miss Custer, a pupil of Mrs.
Manning, entertained tbo ladies with
some pretty recitation?, and little Fay
Herzogsang in a captivating manner.
Mrs. Kankins was tsaistsd by Mrs.
Ewicgand Mioses Miller, Ric., OJell
Mrs. Lambertson entertained thes3
guests at luncheon last Saturday.
S II. Burnham, A. R, Mitchell,
I. M. Raymond, W. F. Kelly,
Mrs. Lsmbertson gave another of her
charming luncheons Wednesday after
noon. Ihe pueits were seated at the
round table which was beautifully de
corated with yellow tulip3 and daffodils.
The service linen and all that was served
was yellow as far as possible. Only
thoeo'who have been favored can ap
preciate the delicacy of these luncheons
and the easy grace and hospitality of
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. B. Wright gave a
whist party Wednesday eveving for Mrs.
Robinson. There were eight tables.
Refreshments were served in two courses.
The favors fell to Mr. and Mrs. Buck
staff. The guests were:
Messcrs and Mesdames
I. if. Riymond, A. S. Raymond,
W.B.WilsDn, W.C. Wilson,
F. W. Bron, E. E. Brown,
G. H. Claik. D. D. Muir,
N. S. Harwood, D. E. Thompson,
C. E. Yate3, Chas. Hall.
Mrs. Thompson of Coldwater, Mich.,
and Mrs. Wade of Omaha.
Mr. B. W. Bivans, who will soon leave
for Omaha, gave a croconole party Mon
day evening. Miss Jessie White and Mr.
Clyde Lowry carried off tho honors.
Tho guests were:
Monday evening a reception was given
by the Haydon Art club for Mr. Ralph
Clarkson of Chicago, the artist who is
painting two portraits of Hon. W. Z.
Bryan. The reception wasgivea for the
purpose ol letting th members of tie
club have a little insight into the life
and worfc of a true artist. Thoso 'who
talked with Mr. Clarkson found him an
adept in charming and interacting con
versation as well as with colours. Four
of his portraits were on exhibition. He
gave a very entertaining and instructive
lesture to the members of the club Wed
Mrs. Walter Hargreaves gave a de
lightful card party Tuesday, for the
several ladies who are visiting friends in
Lincoln. Part of the afternoon was
spent with an exciting game of hearts;
the honors falling ta Mrs. C. F. Ladd.
The second part or the afternoon was
passed with guessing conundrums, the
nswers-to all of which were the names
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