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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1898)
Office Hours M
Dr. 0. C. Reynolds -j
Office rooms 18-19, 1 10 to 1 J a.m
Hurr Block 3 to 5 p. m
Res. 2548Q rit Sun. 3 to
godal and personal
office 375 tw- L- Dayton, M. D. 0fflcc la stroot ! 10
) Diseases of Eyo. Eai. v'-i and Throat! Ilea. 1S21 O Street )2-J30 to
IDr. J. H. Tyndale
f NOSE AND THROAT
J Office, roomi 9 and 10.
j Lansing Theatre
19 to 11:30 a l
19:30-12:3 am cili
IDr. S. E. Cook
I Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
1215 O St.
"" Dr. Ben j. F. Bailey
( Office, Zehruns Block 1 9 to 10 a m
j-12 to 12:30
( Residence. 1313 C street J 2 to 4 p m
I Office, Telephone Bid... 1 2 to 5 p m
J. Va m by ap
( Residence, 1821 F street ) pointment
.562 ) Surgery and Nervous Diseases,
I ( 2 to 4 p. m
Office, 137 So. Ilth St. 12 a. m.
I I Hours 10 to
IDr. J. B. Triokey,
f Reftactionist only
Office, 1035 O street.
9 to 12 a.m
DR. E. J. ANGLE. t Office Alexander bile. 1400
f Skin and Gcnito-Uninary Diseases.
' racial blemis tie romoroU
O St.. rooms
(Ees. cor 26th and
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Dr. J. S. McNay ., manBm , .
1 rf I Residence, 2208 T street 1 1 to 5 p
ese I Dr. P. D. Sherwin
I Office, room 19 Burr Blk i 9 to 12 a m
i 2nd floor
Res.S520Qst ) I to p. m
J. M. GUILE,
Real Estate and Ids. Geo. Exchange Business
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could aften aid you with properly
fitting glasses when you suffer
"rom headache, or other causes.
Weakness in the visual organs
leads to many other nervous enac
tions. Our Btock contains novel
ties whose beauty and usefulness
cannot be gainsaid.
I E. HALLETT,
1143 O Street.
Funke Onera House Block.
fi mWBLER AND OPTICIAN. h
SUTTON AND H0LL0WBUSH
Twelfth and O. . Funke Opera House Block.
Are now ready to meet their old customers and many new
ones at the oLl place, which has recently been fitted up
in a most pleasing manner. Everything is new and we feel
confident that the new stock which is now on sale cannot
but meet the ...
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GOOD LUCK GROCERY
I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Etc.
TELEPHONE 626, 1107 O STREET.
Mr. J. Wilson Winger is at home for
Mr. Ralph Saxton has been in the city
the past week.
Mips Jennie Smith has gone to Fort
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall have returned
from New York.
Miss Blanche Garten left on Thursday
for a visit in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K Moore have re
turned from Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Raymond will
leave soon for New York.
Mrs. Holm and Mrs. Teeters will give
a reception this afternoon.
The Pleasant Hours will glva a party
at the Lincoln on Tuesday evening.
Miss Julia Niel of Columbus, Ohio, is
the guest of Miss Eleanor RaymonJ.
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden gave a email
dinner party on Wednesday evening.
Miss Eleanor Raymond will give a
heart party this evening for Miss Niel.
Dr. and Mrs. Bailey entertained a few
friends at dinner on Wednesday even
ing. Mrs. Ransom entertained the Once a
Week Kensington club on Tuesday after
noon. Mrs. F. C. Harphamleft on Thursday
to visit friends and relatizes in Mattoon,
Miss Maude Kisser will entertain a
large number of friends at hearts this
The Y. M. and Y, W. C. A. will receive
at the Phi Kappa Pei chapter house
Mrs. MacDonald with her sister Reg
Da, and baby and maid has gone to Hot
Miss Louise Pound has issued invita
tions for a cycle skating party for next
The La Vita Whist club was enter
tained on Wednesday afternoon by Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Lindley.
Mrs. C O. Robinson has issued invi
tations for a cotillion to be given Monday
evening at Thompson hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Purdy, who have been
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ladd, have
returned to their home in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Ross Curtice and Mrs. George
Crancer will give a Mother Goose mas
querade ball this evening at Thompson
Mrs. C. H. Gere gave a one o'clock
luncheon on Saturday for the Lotos
club and the intimate friends of Mrs.
Mrs. John Dorgan expects the Misses
Farnsworth from Council Bluffs to ar
rive on Monday. They will attend the
Pleasant Hour party on the 22nd.
Messrs. Hammond, Aitkin, Harley,
Helwig, Webster, Greene, Cornell, Ma
ret, Smith and Abbott have gone to Des
Moines to attend the whist tournament.
MissMariel Gere, while performing an
experiment in the chemical laboratory
of the university, was burnt quite se
verely, but not dangerously, by the flar-
iog up of some alcohol. Mia3 Gere's
hands were burned, but it is hoped there
will be no scars.
The L. A. G. F. Kensington club was
entertained on Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. F. E. Campbell. The only guest
of the club was Mrs. Granger. The
members present were: MesdamesVan
Brunt, Scott, Davis, Wilkinson- Arm
strong, Pitcher, Patrick, W. J. Turner,
Far well, Humphrey, P.eston, Chapin,
Mrs. F. E. Campbell and Mrs. S. D.
Hyde gave the first of a series of ken
singtons on Friday afternoon. The af
ternoon was spent over dainty bits of
fancy work and later over a delicious
luncheon . Their guests were Mesdames
Welch, Bartruff, C. E. Griffith, L. C.
Richards, McCreery, Winger, Webster,
Babcock, Loomis, Kirker, Wade, Man
ley, Lyman, Garten, Saylor, Hindman,
Mr. H. H. Wilson entertained the
court officials at dinner on Wednesday
evening. His guests were: Judge Har
rison and Commissioner Irvine of the
supreme court. Judge Munger of the
federal court, Judges Holmes, Hall and
Cornish of the dif trict court, Chancellor
MacLean of the state university, D. A.
Campbell, O. F. Hillis and Sam Lowe,
clerks of the supreme, federal and dis
trict courts, and United States Marshal
Miss Frances Rector gave a heart
party on Monday afternoon, which was
as much as possible in keeping with the
day. The score cards, ices and cakes
being in the form of hearts. The prize
was won by MisB Latta. The guests
were: Mesdames Ode Rector, J. H. Mai
lalieu, Katherine Kleutsch-Mills. Man
fred Meeds; Misse3 Olive Latta, Helen
Hoover, Helen Nance, Lucy Griffith,
Grace Harrison, Henrietta Hollowbush,
Elizabeth Walsh, Marie Marshall, Ma
The reception given last Saturday
night by the Union Commercial club
was a decidedly successful affair. The
always handsome roams were further
decorated with roses and palms. Ices
and music with dancing during the lat
ter part of the evening added to the
general enjoyment. Those receiving were
Messrs. and Mesdames Rodgers, Woods,
Webster, Irvine, Macfariand, Harpham,
Brown, Aitken, Townley, MacLean,
Gere. Hall, Wright. Thompson, Burn
ham, Muir, Harley, Rudge, Harwood,
Barbour, Miller, Maret, Mahalieu and
Mrs. W. C. Wilson gave a charming
reception on Thursday afternoon for
almost two hundred guests. Shews?
assisted in receiving by Mrs. W. B. Wil
son and Miss Harwood. In the dining
room Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Robinson
served. The decorations were pink and
violet, and the ladies were gowned in
these colors. They were assistei by
Mrs. F. W. Brown, Mrs. Ladd, Mrs.
Leonard and Mrs. Tilton. The library
was decorated ertirely in red. In this
room Mrs. Buckataff served fruit punch.
She was assisted by Mrs. Lew Marshall,
Mrs. Fred Houtz, Mrs. Wolcott and Miss
Mrs.M. I. Aitken gave a delightful
whist party Saturday afternoon. Mrs.
F.M. Hall won the first prize, Mrs. Foe-
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