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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1899)
Our Ore at Jpixly Clearing Sal
Continues for a few more days, with an array of BARGAINS-genuine in every detail.
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quote the following prices on a few articles. We have hundreds of other such bargains and invite
your careful investigation of the same.
Final Clearing of Wash Dress Goods
Monday morning at 8 o'clock we give you your choice of any Summer Wash
Goods in the store worth to 50 cents per yard not a single piece reserved for
the final clearing price of
BABY BONNETS IN LAWN
And Dimity materials, nicely
made and all this season's goods,
All 18c qualities now 12c
25c " " 17c
35c " " 25c
50c " " 35c
75c " " 50c
$1.00 " " 75c
1.25 " ' 90c
1.50 " " $l.oo
1.63 " " 1.25
Ladies' Fine Black Light
Weight Summer Hose, nice
quality worth 17c,
CLEARANCE OF STAMPED LINENS.
LIMITED QUANT1TIKH ONLY.
3Gin. square worth $1.00 now, each 25c
27in. " " 61) 20c
22in. " " 39 " 15c
lGin. " " 15 " 7H
14in. ' " VIM " 514
12in. " " 8 and 10c " 3c
9in. " " 7 " 2c
4 5, and 7, " 3nnd 5 " Jc
Only 15 Fine Black Brocaded
Dress Skirts. Sale price
Ladies' Fine Black Lisle
Thread Drop Stitch Hose, 3
styles all the 35 and 50c quality
All Linen Crash and Duck
Skirts, worth from $2.00 to $3.50
BOY'S SHIRT AND BLOUSE
3 lots at clean up prices.
All 49 and 65c waists
All 75 and 85c waists
All $1.00 and $1.10 waists
Ladies' $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Lawn Dressing Sacks.
3So Fancy Ribbons all colors
CALL ANDSEE OUR REDUC
TION ON SHIRT WAISTS.
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phonograph was a pleasing divorBion,
and refreshments were enjoy 3d. Those
present were, Messrs and MesdomeB
Herman, Hearn, Zirhut, Mann, Cheney,
Martinson, Dr. and Mrs. Aley; Mes
dames Herman and Herman; MiBses
Herman and Herman, Minnie and VeBta
Dolansky; Messrs Fisher, Ittig, Kucera,
m R. R. Bennett cave a very pleas
ant gueBsing game party Friday after
noon in honor of Mrs. E. E. Ferris of
Ashland. Those present were Mesdames
Hebbard, Hyde, Henkle, Heckler, Kee
for. Rymal, Koefor, Bingham, Taylor,
Brooks, Rowlands, Williams, Brown,
StevenB, Fielding, Benway, GraveB,
Dayton. Snyder, Allen, Mjors, aLd
MUses Koefor, Young, and Bryan.
Miss Loujeo Allen gave a croquet
party Friday evening. The game was
played by the light of lanterns. MubIc
was also enjoyed, and the refreshments
contributed no small part to the pleas
ure of the evening. ThoBO present were
MisBea Bell. Bowers, Hubbard, Louise
and Helen Allen; Messrs Parkr, Lawlor,
Pacal, and Warren.
The Misbee Ada and Jessie Graham
gave a pleasunt porch party TueBday
evening at their home in East Lincoln.
The lawn and piazza were illuminated
with Japanoso lanterns. Progressive
loto and logomachy were played, apd
light refreshments were solved. Those
present were Misses Whitehead, Ayere,
Trueman, Baird, Hubbard, GleaBon,
McKnight; Messrs. McFall, Thompson,
On Tuesday evening at the home of
Mr. F. E. Foltz. 3054 R Btreet, a progres
sive crokinole party wap given in honor
of Mr. J. E. Seabert of Illinois. Prizes
were won by Miss Ada MacFall and Mr.
Ralph Jones. Delicious refreshments
were served Those preeent wore MIesob
Miller, Nina and Gettrude Kenagy.Both
well, Robineon, McMustere, Ada and
Nellie MacFall, Chapman, Barber,
Beccher, Foltz: Messrs. Seabert, Jones,
Barr, Robinson, McMastere, Barber,
Horr, Louis and Arthur Foltz.
A party of young peonle from the
United Presbyterian church went to
Crete yesterday to camp, some for ten
days, others to remain only over Sab
bath. Among them were Misses Gra
ham, Thomas, Ayers, Trueman, White
head, Hubbard, Gleason; Messrs Ander
son. Thompson, Smith.
Prof. F. H. Barbour and Grant Cor
nell have gone to Wyoming on an ex.
ploring expedition organized by the
Union Pacific railroad, They joined a
party of scientists from eastern colleges
in Omaha on Tuesday, and started for
Laromie, Wyoming, where the party will
leave the train and sub-divide into
groups of ton to search for new fossil
Melds. About 120 representatives of col
leges are expected to be in the company.
The trip, as planned, will take forty
days, but Professor Barbour will prob
ably be home in about ten days.
Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean enter
tained thnir "official family" at dinner
at the Lincoln on Tuesday. The table
was beautifully decorated with flowers
presented to Mrs. MacLean by the
guests who were Messrs and Mesdames
Dales and Ellsworth, Misses Smith and
Lansing, Messrs Clark, Sbedd, Wester
man. Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean
loft on Wednesday for Iowa City. They
will spend the month of August at the
Mrs. M. Weil entertained at high Ave
on Thursday afternoon. Prizes were
won by Mrs. Ackerrmn and Mrs. Mayer.
After cards an elegant luncheon was
served. Mrs. Weil's guests were
Mesdames Charles and Henry Mayer
Ackerman, Brucks of New Yoik, New
mark, Ketch of New York, Rosenbaum,
M. and I. Friend, Wessel, Herzog, Rew
ick, Levy, Kobn, Friend of Grand IB
land, Misses Franck, Friend and Mayor.
The ladies circle' of Grace Lutheran
church mot Wodnosday afternoon with
Mrs. Ludden. The work of organization
was completed and plana discussed.
The object of the circle is to assist in
the linaucial work of the church. The
ladies will meet monthly, each member
will make and contribute an article, and
in the autumn or early winter a fair will .
probably bo given, when the articles
will be disposed of
Miss Camille Hall celebrated her
thirteenth birthday by a little neighbor
hood party given on Wednesday. Her
guests presented her with lovely flowers.
Light refreshments were served, and the
evening passed very happily. Thobe
present wore: Misses Duca Deweese,
Edith Haynie, Emmy Tyler, Lela Tay
lor, May Hathaway, Lunette Keith and
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Muir of Lincoln,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Redick of Omaha Mr.
Taylor, Sr., of Seward, are the guests of
Auditor James G. Taylor of the Burling
ton on a trip to Lake Minuet inka. The
special car stopped near the lake while
the party enjoyed boating and Ashing.
Mr. and Mrs. Muir will return to Lin
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp
Treatment, Manicuring, and Switch
Work. Anne Rivett and AgnbsRawllngs
143 South 12th street.
Mrs. Honry Hartley is the possessor
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