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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1899)
TH SECOND WEEK OF OUR GREAT JULY
THE COU . - c
The immense business we did last week on account of this clearini- sale was due to two frraml facts.
First The people of Lincoln await this sale knowing just what they will receive in the way of bargains.
Second They know that when we place on sale certain articles no matter what the price they will find them
true to their advertisement.
We don't intend to carry over one piece of summer goods of any description, and the rapid rate at which they
are going- out gives us an impression that we will fulfill our determination.
Read tines itrrs carefully.
Kotioe tlie JPricess on Sttmnier Wash Goods.
All 10a LawnB and DimiticB, boiiio 12j
and 15c ones put in this lot for
All 12 and 15c LawnB and DimiticB
somo20c put in thiB lot for
All our Finest WhbIi goods worth to
Jl5c por yard, all for
FANCY IK ONE-HALF PRICE 1 IIB.
All Brocaded Taffeta worth to C!c por yard
All Fine Fancy Waiet and Trimming Silk worth
to 81, this ealo per yard
All Fine Fancy Waist and Trimming silks worth to
82, this sale por yard
5c Light DreBB Prints. -. $
Go Best Black and Gray Dress Prints 3i
5c Apron and Drees Grahams 2-a
5c LL MuBlln f'A
10c Double Width 1'illow mubiid a
17c 9-4 Bleach Sheeting JfJa
Kic 9-1 Unbleached Shooting .'j
10a 'Mia. Percales.
12c HOiu French Percals..,
5c Silk Hair Nets. W for
5c Patent HookB and Eyea por curd
nn.iKo. nD9 Rirwn hnnt duality, nor Bot
5c Velveteen Dres9 Facing, colore only por yd
10c Stockinett Dress Shields
10u Silk Soam Binding.
10j doz Fine White Pearl ButtonB, extra qual
ity, all ar.ofl, 2 doz for . v
20c ?art Bristle Hair BruBb, solid wood back
25c Clothes Brushes
lc 1 ply LadieB' Linen Collars. 2 for
PACKER'S TAR SOAP.
Sold by Druggists at 25c por cake, this sale
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS.
75c Shirt Waists that eold last week for 50c. . 35c
$1 Shirt Waists that sold luHt week for 75c. .. 50c
1.50 Shirt Waists sold lust week for 1 75c
2 to 3 Shirt WuifitB eold last week for 81.50 1,00
BOY'S WAISTS, ONE-HALF PRICE.
25c quality 2ic
50c quality 25c"
75c quality '.'.'.37fc
$1.00 quality 50a
Any Fancy Shade in tho house worth to 812
at the one price or.
An immonpo assortment of 25c and .'152
widthB 1 to 5 inches your choice
por yard to cIdbo
fiSctit and JSlclrt Dep't.
Any Wash DroeB Skirt in tho houso at theao
Everything worth to 2 00 for 1 on
Everything worth to 2.50 and .'J.OO for. . " ' . l 25
Everything worth to 4.00 and 5.00 for. ' 200
M.00 Fino Brocado Wool DroBB SkirtB or
87 00 Cropon Dress Skirts . on
812 00 Orepon Dreea Skirts ' m
$150 Solid Fast Black Lawn Wrapper's, ox-
tra good quality for j qq
75c Calico Wrappers ruado of best 'standard '
$2 00 and 82.25 White Piquo Waists. . ...'.'.'.'.' J.5Q
FITZGBRAbD DRY GOODS GO.
All of our 75c qualities for 50
All of our 81.00 qualities f'r
All of our $1.25 qualitioB tor 1.00
All of our $1.50 qualities for 1.20
WiUnn. Dolzell. Asbloy, Seymour, Wil
son, McOuaig, NicholBon, McCarney,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barton gave a
4 patty Tuesday afternoon in honor of
tho fifth birthday of thoir little grand
daughtarMifs Doris Slater. Games on
tho lawn amused the children until six
o'clock when a pink tea was served.
Tho table was decorated with sweet
poas, and at each plate was a pink bou
quot. Five burning candlo3 wore ou
tho birthday cake. TIiobo preeont wero
Doris, Helen and Harold Slater, Ethel,
Florence aud Lauronco Dunn and Edith
A Bociablo was given at tho East Lin
coln Baptist church on Friday ovtuing
in honor of tho pastor, Rov. H. N. Spoar
who departed on Monday for Richmond,
Va., to Bttond tho convention of tho
Baptipt Young People's uuion. MiB
Mubel Crawford gavo recitationB, MIbb
Lottio Zediker sung, und Miss Otle
T Crawford, a graduate of tho institute
or the deaf and dumb at Omaha, gavo
a sign song. Mr. Spear gave a short
addreaB on tho object of tho convontion.
Ice cream and cake wore served. Tho
commlttoo in charge of tho affair con
sisted of Miesos Bently and Zodikor and
A nleasant surnrieo to Mrs.Odell, who
lives on 20 and Holdrig, was planned
and successfully carried out by her
daughtorBMisseB Hattio and Lina, Fri
day afternoon. Lemonade and cako
was eervod. Tho invited guests wero,
Mesdamea Pinkerton, Bray, Van
Sickle, Burns, Kolloy, Perin, Greer, P.
H. Odoll, EnBlow, Clawson, Darnell, Do
Witt, HarriBon, SidleB, Towlo, Carr,
Gablo, McWilliame; Mieses Burns. Van
Sickle, Odoll, Marjorio and Maui ice
Odoll, Darnell, Odoll, Max and Loland
Towlo, Crrr, DoWitt.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall went to
Chicago yesterday, from thenco thoy go
to New York and will sail from there on
tho St. Paul, of tho American lino tor
Southampton. Thoy will first visit
Paris, will go from there to Holland and
Belgium, then tour through Scotland,
Ireland and England, Bailing for homo
from Liverpool in September, and ar
riving home about October first.
Mrs. E. C. Rowick entertained tho
Went circle of tho First ProBbyterian
church Wednesday afternoon. Dolicious
warm woathor refreshments woro served.
Thoso proeont woro Mesdames Van
Brunt, Candy, Campbell, Griffith, Bill
myer, Parker, Bowman, Hamer, Hayes
Latta, Tavos and Mibb Rose Foster.
cThc tnembors of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity who are in town gavo a
charming littlo picnic at the park
Thursday afternoon. Thoso in tho
party wore Missts Outcalt, Millar,
Junge, Hammond, Brand, Holbrook,
Messrs Bartlott, Reagan, Holbrook, Mor
rill, E'lmiBton, Mills, Reagan.
Mrs. Frank Everott chaperonod her
Sabbath school claes of boys and an
equal number of girls at a pieo(Q Thurs
day aftoinoon They drove to CuBhman
park in a hay rack and ato thoir
suppers undor tho spreading trees.
Tho young people wero Misses Holmes,
Cunningham, Doleon, Hibner, Messrs
Cunningham, Loomis, Clark, Avory,
Mrs. A.S. Raymond and Mrs. G. M.
Lambortson chaperoned a party of young
pooplo who picnicked on Monday at a
grovo near tho ponitontiary. Thoy wore
MUses Lambertson, Outcalt, Limbort
son, Funko, White, Webor of Chicago;
Messrs Raymond, Fawell, Raymond,
Stein, Whitnoy, Stoin.
Mies Holon Macfarland aud Horon
Patterson gavo a croquot and lawn
paity Friday cvoning at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Macfarland. Supper was
sorved on tho green. These wfr pres
ent, Miesos Barbour, Raymond, Green,
McLennan, Stewart, Cooper, Weeks.
Governor and Mrs. Poyntor gave their
first dinner in tho gubernatorial man
sion on Saturday evenl ng. Their. :
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