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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1900)
Is on in earnest, and we call your attention to the fact that we have all the novelties that are produced, and many
of them are exclusive, novelties to be found nowhere else. The new "Alvord" Muffler is one of the best thing's
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AN IMMENSI LINE OF LADIIS'&GENTLEEMN'S SLIPPERS b
music room were Mesdamea Buckstaff, guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Harley,
Ilargreavee, Will Green and George returned to New York Friday, Decern
Fa well. ber7th.
A Roasting Pan without seams, no
corners to hold grease, 11.00. Hall, 1308
The Sans Souci club gave a danciDg
party at Walsh ball last Thursday eve
ning. Those present were Messrs. and
Mesdames Ludwig, Halley, ard Jarrett;
Misses Hawley, Barrick, McConiff, In
man, Wilson, Denning, Clinton, Du
Teil, Gregory, Bell, Biltgen, Anthony,
Joers, Chambers, ArmstoDg, Donoghue,
Houck of Grand Island, and Norria of
Creston, Iowa. Messrs. Hallett, Evans,
Ludwig, Dehlinge, Pizey, Boettcher,
Ducker, Mercer, Swain, Patterson, An
derson, Chambers, Hawley, Woodruff,
Morse, Painter, Ringer and Ewart.
Mr. W. B. Ogden left Lincoln for the
east on Wednesday, after disposing of
his partnership in the firm of Funke
and Ogden to the senior member. The
departure of this fine and loyal gentle
man from Lincoln is a poignant regret
to all who have enjoyed his courteous
friendship. Mr. Ogden has lived and
labored in Lincoln for fifteen years.
His willingness to serve a friend and the
old fashioned value he placed upon
friendship has been an inspiration to
the members of the, in reality, small
circle which surrounds every man. But
even Mr. Ogden's casual acquaintances
will miss the rare courtesy and unfailing
generosity which characterized his com
merce with them. Ab soon as he de
cides upon a location and disposes of
hie house here, his family will follow
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyer, at
York, Miss Rachel O. Boyer and Mr.
Frank M. Rector, Rav. Orin W. Fifer,
Gregory, The Coal Man, 11th & O.
Mrs R. A. Perry, who has been the
Mr. and Mrs. Young returned from
their wedding journey last week.
Skates and Coasters, Hall. 1308 O St.
Mrs. John Gordon of Tabor, Iowa, is
the gueet of Mrs. Yates.
Miss Lizzie Bonnell of Chicago, is
visiting friends in this city.
Don Cameron's Lunch Counter, 114
118 South 11th street.
Mrs. Bowman entertained informally
last Tuesday evening in honor of her
niece. Miss Marie Howay.
Lea Bohemiennes met with Mrs. Carl
Funke last Wednesday afternoon.
Do you intend buying some ilne fur
nishings for Christmas? Paine's cloth
ing store carries the very best.
The Elks have issued invitations for a
reception on Friday evening, December
Bargains, Best in Town, Christmas
Watches, Jewelry, Music Goods. Delos
T. Smith, 1140 O street.
Miss Barker, who has been the guest
of Miss Houtz, returned to Portland,
Oregon, last Thursday evening.
Mr. Herbert Johnson, the brilliant
young cartoonist, has left the city for a
sketching tour of Texas.
Buy a Lawn Swing for Xmas, 1308 O.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrill will entertain on
the evenings of December eighteenth
Judge and Mrs. Tibbets will give a
musical Friday evening, December the
Mrs. Rhodes went to Chicago, pn Fri.
day and returns on Monday.
HALF RATES for the HOLIDAYS,
via of the Missouri Pacific.
On December 23, 24, 25, 31 and Jan
uary 1st, the Missouri Pacific will sell
tickets to all points within 200 miles at
one fare for the round trip good until
January 2nd, 1901. Through passenger
trains leave Lincoln at 9:15 A. M. and
10:05 P. M. from new passenger station,
corner 9th and S streets. For further
information call at city ticket office,
1039 O street.
F. D. Cornell, P. T. A.
The Twice a-Week Republic
Every Monday and Thursday a news
paper as good as a magazine and better
for it contains the latest by telegraph as
well as interesting stories is sent to
the subscriber of the "Twice-a-Week"
Republic, which is only 1.00 a year.
The man who reads the "Twice-a-Weak"
Republic knows all about affairs
political, domestic and foreign; is posted
about the markets and commercial mat
The women who read the "Twice-a-Wcek"
Republic gather a bit of valu
able information about household affairs
and late fashions and find recreation in
the bright stories that come under both
the heading of fact and fiction. There
ia gossip about new books and a dozen
other topics ot especial interest to the
wide-awake man and woman.
Appetite is man's greatest enemy;
Let Appetite wear Reason's gold
And find in duo restraint its luxury"
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