The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, July 07, 1900, Page 6, Image 6

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    Professional Directory
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I Office, Zebrnn Block 1 9 to 10 a m
1 12 to 12 JO
I Residence. 1313 C street 1 2 to 4 d m
Dr. Benj. F. Bailey
ETenlncs, by appointment.
Sunday' 12 to 1 p. m. and by appointment. .
) Refractionkt only
19 to 12 a. m
Office. 1035 O street VI to 4 p. m.
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) . -., ... . . I Office, rooms 26, 27 andl
830. hLOUiS N. Wente,D.D.S.i l. BrowneU Block, 137
I ao 11th street. )
I . , , ( Offico over Uarley's I
B3 Oliver Johnson, D.D.S.i dm store
) ' ( 1105 O street )
.426-J Drs Clutter & Shannon uw o street.
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ence has $uch
distinct individuality.
the only upright piano that in volume and quality of tone is
the equal of the beet parlor grand piano.
1HE MM MIS PMO . . ..
the only flrst-dase piano manufactured ard marketed by a
western concern. A. piano that is gaining favor with the
beet class, of, trade with astonishing rapidity.
Mattheivs JPiano Co.
II20 O (street, Linoolxi, Xetor.
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Have You Paid Your Subscription to . . .
itqr iooo?
All subscriptions are delinquent after July 1st.
One Dollar is the Cash discount price. Delinquent sub
scribers after July 1st will lose the discount. .. .'.
Black and Tan,
Best for the Money Shown in Lincoln.
Fourth of July celebration was the
function of the week. Mothers had to
watch their children, in this small city
where mothers are the constant and im
mediate guardians of their offspring.
The heat has been intense and small
porch parties, and door-yard picnics
have been offered and enjoyed. The
golf links absorb the energies and
aspirations of a great many and those
who do not play, enjoy chatter
ing with an ever-present audience of
relatives and friends of the play ere.
A cool, delightful balcony party was
given on last Saturday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. Hays B. Tomson on the upper
story of the porch at the Lindell hotel.
The wide, airy floor space was decorated
with rugs, divans, cushions and com
fortable rattan Beats and illuminated
wjth colored lights. Laughter and
the slow, gentle conversation of a sum
mer evening floated over the heads of
transient guests at the hotel and re
called them from politics and business
to the amenities of tocial life. Mr and
Mrs. Tomzon's guests were: Messrs.
and Mesdames George Woods, John T.
Dorgan, Ro6s Curtice, Lewis Marshall;
Misses Smith of Omaha, Norval of Sew
ard, Oakley, Putnam, Burnham, Mar
shall, Cowdery, Carson, Kittle, Welch,
Cowdtry, Garten. Gahan, Hoover, Nance,
WatkinB; Messrs. Baldwin, Richards,
Eames, Thatcher," Smith, Walsh, Joyce,
Leonard' "of Omaha; "Butler, WatkinB,
McCreery, Stoner, Holmes, Honeywell,
Fitzgerald, Payne, Bartlett, Matson.
Mr. Channing Craig and Master Fred
latum are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Hargreaves and of Master Harry
Hargreavcs. The two lads ate school
mates in the school which Master Harry
has attended this year. On the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Funke, Mr. and Mrs.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves, Mrs.
Griffith, Mr. Craig, Harry Hargreaves,
FredTatum, Mr. George Shedd and
Mr. Leonard, enjoyed a picnic on the
Funke grounds. On Thursdry evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves gave a dinner
to Mr. and Mrs. Burnham, Miss Burn
ham, Miss Hargreaves, Mrs. Griffith,
Mrs. Scipio Dundy of Omaha, Mr. Burt
Whedon and Mr. Eames. On Thursday
night Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves gave a
trolley party. The invited guests were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Wright, Buck
staff, W. C. WilMn, lrvin; Tilton,
Ladd, Funke, Marshall, F. W. Brown,
Edminston, Searlee, Morrison, A. E.
Hargreaves, Highter, Fitzgerald, Og
den, Thompson, Dorgan, Woods and
Howe. Messrs. Craig, Eames, Joyce,
Richards and Thatcher. Mrs. Dundy
and Mrs. Griffith. Misses Hoover, Hoi
Iowbush and Oakley.
The Good Times Euchre club gave a
picnic to itself and a few others on the
Fourth at Mr. Baldwin's place, Meadow
Brook Farm. The party started at two
o'clock from the L. C. Burr house,
where Miss Hoover and Mr. and Mrs.
Morrison are keeping house for tho
summer. The members of the party
rode in two huge bandwagons. At the
Farm tbey lunched, played games, and
in the evening set off the fireworks.
The picnickers were Mesers and Mes
dames W. G. Morrison, Elmer Merrill,
Harry Everett, Howe, Freeman, Mullen,
Dorgan, Edminston, Rector, Curtice,
Lew Marshall, George Woods, Mrs.
White of Omaha, Mrs. Rollins of Colum
bia, Missouri, Mrs. Pennybacker of
Omaha, Mrs. Myron, Wheeler; Misses
Garten, Putnam, Oakley, Hollowbusb,
Hoover, Burnham, Gahan, Carson. Nor
val of Seward, Smith of Omaha; Messrs.
Honeywell, Paine, Walsh, Yates, Joyce,
Holmes, Butler, Baldwin, Van Riper,
Richards, Kennard, Thatcher.
On Thursday evening Mr. Harold
Scudder gave a trolley party in the
Oneta to Mr. and Mrs. Ogden, Marion
Ogden and Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Raymond, Miss Raymond, Mr. Arthur
Raymond and Dorothy Raymond, Mr.
and Mrs. John Dorgan, Mrs. Wilson i
and Herbert Post, Miss Harwood and '
Dorance Harwood, Miss Harris and
Miss Clara Harris. Mr. Harold Scud
der is taking Mr. Norman Belcher's
place while he is absent on his wedding
An enthusiastic party composed of
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welch, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Schwind, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Al
len, Mrs J. W. Winger, the Misses
Bryau, Miss Welch, and Miss Ruth
Bryan, went to Kansas City on Tuesday "
to attend the convention. -En route
Miss Helen Welch suffered a. painful
accident. The car door slammed shut
on her finger and broke the bone.
A party of Lincoln people has planned
to start today on a huhling and camp
ing trip in Colorado and the Big Horn
mountains. Among those who will go
are: Major Trickey.Mr. Bert Minor.Mr.
Frank Phillips, Mr. A. H. Buckstaffv
and Mr. E. Hunger. f
Soon after sunrise yesterday morning,
a party of congenial friends left Lincoln
for the denuded Milford camping
grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Dorgan, Mr.
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Well, and what for your lunch?
Just look over the "Good Things'' at the Keystone and you will
have no difficulty in making a selection. Jt jt jt
Canned Potted Meats, Dainty Lunch Wafers, Cheese,. Pickles,
Olives, a fine line of new and refreshing summer drinks in
fact, everything to mako your lunch complete., Jt ji
Call and see us before you make up for picnic dinner, j jt
1312 to 1316 OSTREJEJT.
Phone orders given special attention. Call up 744.
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