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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1898)
Office Hours 4$
Dr. O. O. Beynolds j
Office room 18-19 1 10 to 11 a.m
Barr Block V 3to5p.m
Be. 2S48Q dt I Snn. 3to
gotial and Personal
O. jrsIW. L. DaytOD, M.D. I Office. 1205 O Street llOtol
(Diseases of Ejre, Kai. and Throat) Bea. 1821 C Street j 2:30 to
! Dr. J. H. Tyndale
I N08E AND THROAT
J Office, rooms 9 and 10.
1 I dinning Theatre
19 to 11:30am
IDr. 8. E. Cook
f Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
1215 O St.
"" (Dr. Benj. P. Bailey
I Office, Zehrung Block 1 9 to 10 a iu
V12 to 12:30
I Residence. 1313 C street J 2 to 4 p m
'JDr. R. E. Giffen
I Office, Telephone Bid., j 2 to 5 p m
a ra by ap
( Residence, 1621 F street ) pointment
0M" "MDr. J. S, Eaton,
Rbidence..562 $ Burrery and Nervous Diseases,
J I 2 to 4 p. m
uuice, is? so. litu St. 12 a. m.
(Hours 10 to
t Dr. J. B. Trickey,
I Refractionist only
(Office, 1035 O street.
19 to 12 a. m
DR. E. J. ANGLE. I Office Alexander blk. 1400
f Skin and Gcnito-Uninary Diseases.
' facial nlemisnes removed
O St.. rooms
( Bes. cor 2Cth and
I NSts. 7
9 to 12 a.m.
I Office, rooms 26, 27 and I
530. VLOUlS N. Wente.D.D.S.i I. Brownell Biik, 137
) ( sollth street. I
Dr. J. S. lAcNay
Office, 1105 O trcet I S to 12 am O
Residence, 220ST street fl to 5 p m
jsJDr. P. D. Sherwin
( Office, room 19 Barr Blk 1 9 to 12 a m
2nd floor J-
(Res.S520Qst I I to p.m
J. M. GUILE,
Real Estate and Ins. Gen. Exchange Business
WALTON G. ROBERTS,
Undertaker and Embalmer. Telephone, Office 145
Eleventh and F St. Res. 156.
A Thief of Time
is what procrastination is. It may
also rob you of your eyesight if you
defer having your eyes examined
when necessity demands aid to
your" vision. When your eye9
trouble you bring them into us,
and we will examine the cause free,
and fit you with a pair of glasses
that will be like restoring your
1143 O Street.
Funke Opera House Block.
jgwclbr Aaaro optician.
SUTTON AND HOLLOWTUTSTT m
Twelfth and O. Funke Opera House Block.
Are now ready to meet their old customers and many new
ones at the old 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 ...
APPROVAL OH AiI,.
was "a thing of beauty," but a
pretty foot encased in a handsome
pair of shoes from our stylish, well
titting stock is "a joy forever," be
cause they are simply perfection.
No corns, bunions or cramped feet
from wearing our fine shoes
Lent has been welcomed with a si h
of relief by both the entertaineis and
the entertained of society. The quiet
ness of this week is all the more marked
after the constant glow of last week. No
doubt more than one is glad to settle
down to amuse himself as he will.
It is a pleasure to enjoy a quiet hand at
whist or a novel, and to feel refreshed
enough to delight in a short, brisk walk,
without feeling the effects of a fatiguing
night of dancing. There have been few
of even the more quiet forms of amuse
ment. The new" jycle skating rink is the
centre of attraction. Almost every after
noon parties of young ladies are there
Several parties have been given and
many are planned; Bome by individuals,
others b clubs or fraternities. It is not
often that the best people of any city
can enjoy such sport without fear of an
noyance, but this management is deter
mined to keep it so. There have been
only two or three kensingtons. The Phi
Delta Tbeta fraternity will give the
second of a series of chafing-dish parties
this evening. Aside from these the
functions of the winter season are at an
Prof. Richards was in Omaha lab1
Mr. N. S. Harwood was in Beatrice on
Mrs. S. Schwab was in Beatrice on
Mrs, Perkins entertained the Aloha
club on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bignell have gone to
Mrs. H. P. Stine and son are in Omaha
for a visit of two weeks.
Born to Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Ward on
Tuesday, March 1, a daughter.
Mrs. George B. Harris of Chicago is
visiting her family in thiB city.
Mr. Lorton of New York is the guest'
of Mr. and Mre.R. T. Van Brunt.
Mrs. D. A. Campbell went to Beatrice
Wednesday to take part in a concert.
Mrs. W. W. Sawyer of Rockford, Ill
inois, is visiting Mrs. Blishof this city.
Mrs. George Snyder of McCook is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. A. C. Helwig.
Mr. John Phillips left Tuesday morn
ing for the South in search of health.
Mrs. W, H. Dorgangave an elaborate
luncheon on Wednesday for a guest
from the east.
The members of the Phi Delta Theta
will entertain some of their friends in
formally Saturday evening.
W. L. Gerbart left Monday at 2:15 on
the B. & M. f or Detroit, Mich. After a
short stay there he goes to Brooklyn,
Ward Hildreth an! W. A. Deary have
just returned from a ten months' over
land trip through Idaho, Montana and
' Prof, and Mrs. Rose of University
Place entertained the kensington club
of the Place with their husbands on
Mrs. E. S. Hawley with her daughter,
Miss Henrietta, expect to leave as coon
as the formers health will permit, for
Boston and other points in the East.
The members of the) Pi Beta Phi fra
ternity enjoyed an informal afternoon
with Miss Bessie Turner last Saturday.
A dainty and delicious luncheon was
Mrs. D. D. Muir left on Thursday
for New York city, where she will spend
a month with Mrs. W. H. Brevoort.
The latter was a former resident of Lin
coln and has many friends here. Mr.
Brevoort is in Europe.
Mrs. Katherine Wads worth, who
sings at the Philharmonic concert Mon
day evening, is the guest of Mrs. P. W.
Plank. Mrs. Wadsworth formerly lived
in Lincoln and has many admiring
friends here who will be glad to wel
come her again
The Oncea-week kensington club held
an enjoyable meeting Tuesday asternoon
at the home of Mrs. Hart. Those pre3
Wallace Crandall, Will Risely,
Ward Richardson, Bert Davis,
Grant Hoagland, Fred Halle'tt,
Simms. Miss M. Hallo tt.
Miss Adelloyd Whiting was surprised
very pleasantly on Wednesday evening.
In honor of her birthday her mothei
had invited nine of her friends to dine
with her. In was kept absolutely secret
and was a complete surprise. The
guests were Misses Emma Outcalt, May
Colson, Grace Lyonu, .Daisy Houck,
Deda Gilmon, Blanche Hargeaves,'
Clara Hammond, Nelle Holbrook and
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sladn pntort-,;,q
the Sappho quartet and others who
travailed with them, Monday evening.
The evening was spent very agreeably
with music. Those present were:
Bessie Turner, Geo. Dethlefs,
Etta Oberlies, Earle When,
Grace Trowbridge, W. K. Tuttle,
Ella Givens, D. Tyndale,
Lois Givens, Will Richardson,
Jennie Slade, Harry Briggs.
Mrs.A.CBillmeyergave a luncheon
at 1 o'clock Friday for Miss Eulass of
Lebanon, O., who has been her guest
for some time. The table was delicately
aud exquisitely appointed. The floral
decorations were tulips and daffodil-.
Her twelve guests were Mesdames Til
ton and Mallalieu.
Henrietta Hollowbush, Helen Nance,
Maude Hammond, Maude Risser,
Katheryn Brooks, Lucy Griffith
Marie Marshall, Frances Recto'r,
Blanche Garten, Heln Hoover.
A delightful kensington was given by
Miss Laura Eastarday at her home 2530
Vine street, from 3 toG. Delicious re
freshments were served by the hostess.
The invited guests were:
Florence Smith, Harriet Town,
Louise Mundy, Anna Grissinger
ElliePierson, Martha Hasse,
Anna Hasse, Eva Bolshaw, '
Iry Bolshaw, Bertha Beckman,
Lizzie Beckman, Emma Wittmann
Henrietta Dahl, Minnie Rodenbroc'k
Maud Ferris, Rose Long;
Anna Gritsch, Mesdames
Ida Taylor, Acker,
Hattie Ubrey, Bowen,
Nica Easterday, McDonald.
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