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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1899)
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and ."slim" sizes and our made-to-fit-ones fit like made to measure.
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Athletic F holographs
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Exterior Views 2
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Expenditures from October 10, 1603, to
October 10, 1899
Statnpe, printing, and atat'y SO 80
'A'oress 0 12
TIiooks 12 00
Total expenses (25 52
Working capital f 110 41
Less ubove expenses 23 52
Bulanco ot caeh on band. . . .9 93 89
niSTIlinUTION OF BOOKS.
Columbus Women's Club 10
Soward Art and History Club 5
Sowart Art and History Club (second
Mindon Woman's Club 13
Minden Woman's Club second con-
Soward X I Xth Century Club 10
Stanton "Soro3iB" 8
Stanton Women's Literary Club. . . . 7
Ashland Woman's Club 20
Nrth Bend Woman's Club 4
Jjraeuiw Woman's Club 9
Tecumseh "Aetna" Club 19 co-oporation. ... .
Seward Nineteenth Century Club. . . 8 At tfali junction Mw. Stoutenborough
Wymore,,FindeSiecle"Club 2 ex-president of tho stato federation was
York "Avon"' Club 24 introduced to the audience and warmly
York "Avon" Club (second consign- greeted with the Cbataqua salute. In a
men) 17 few heartfelt inspiring words she
York "Review and Art" Club G strengthened tho hold, which has always
Schuyler Wojian's Club 12 been hers, upon tho esteem and respect
Weeping Water Zototic" Club 9 of tie women of tho stato federation of
Fall City "Woekly Kosoarch" Club.. 14 Nebraeka.
Tecumseh 'Cosy" Club 13 Federation greetings wen received
Genoa Woman's Club 1 from the state federatioa of women's
Ashland Woman's Club (second con- clubs ot Iowa which is now. in session at
elgnmont) 10 Otturnwa. Mrs. Langworthy then invit-
-77: ed Mrs. A. W. Field of Lincoln, chair.
Total number volumes 211 mRn of tfae cducatioDa, coramltteef to
Total number of consignments 21 take charge o! tho program which was
The efficient management of this do in the form of an educational symposium,
pirtment was recognized by a rising Mrs. J.'B. LaChappelle, of Ashland,
vot0, came lirst on this program with a paper
Tho report of Mrs. A. A. Scott of Lin- on "Household Economics'' which was
coin, as chairman of tho reciprocity suggestive, helpful, and practical, touch,
bureau, told a very encouraging woik ing upon the careful, tactful rearing ot
dono tho past year, tho first year of its children, and also discussed the, nuea.-
exlstence, but Mw. Scott urged closer Continued on page 8.)
Pleasant home fur student
310 South 12th street
Twenty-one meals for $2.50.
- LDiGOLN, NEBRnSKH.
H. W. BROWN
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I 127 So.fcleventh Street.
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