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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1901)
N UNCOIN TRANSFER CO
RUDGE & GUENZEL CO.
Office lOttti and Q Sta. Phone 176.
WE DO . . .
Piano and Furniture
WE CARRY . .
A Fine Line of Car
riages and Buggies. .
WE SELL . .
All Grades of Coal.
1 1 18-1 126 IV 'atreet.
If You Want First-Class Service Call on Us.
afternoon, Mrs. Maude Gifford to Judge
J. B. Sbaferof Pittsburg, Pennsylva
nia. Judge and Mrs. Shafer will reside
Miss Annie L. Miller entertained fif
teen young ladies Wednesday morning
in honor of Miss Anna Thomas of Co
Dr. B. F. Bailey returned Tuesday
from Richfield Springs, N. Y., where be
attended the meeting of the American
r Institute of Homeopathy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Rector have been
spending the last ten days in a trip to
Denver, Manitou and other western
Miss Margaret Kyle will leave Mon
day on a vacation trip of six weeks, to
be spent at Lake Geneva, Wis., Detroit,
Lake Orion, Mich., and Buffalo.
Married, on Sunday, at the home of
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. Jones, Miss Mamie Shanahan and
Mr. Edwin R. Ward of Eagle.
The three new members of the library
board who were elected Monday evening
are Messrs. Easterday and Brock, and
Mr. Geiatbardt, reelected.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Craw entertained
the Wisconsin Veterans' association last
week Thursday. The July meeting will
be held with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Law.
William A. Sizer, who has been at
tending the Shattuck military school at
- Fairibault, Minn., during the past year,
has returned to bis home at 1740 D
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g Chronic diseases of long stand- S
ing successfully treated without f
; drugs. Diseases of women a spe- I
cialty. Consultation and exami- I
DRS. BIGSBY & BIGSBY.
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Mia3 May Sumner will leave next
Monday for Lake Geneva, Wisconsin,
where she will attend the Y. W. C. A.
Miss Lennie Stuart spent the first of
the week in Omaha, returning Thurs
day. Miss Stuart will go to Lake Ge
neva, Wisconsin, next week and will
visit Niagara Falls and the Buffalo ex
position before returning home.
era of Chicago. She takes orders for
tailor-made suits, etc. Just now she
sells fifteen dollar tailor-made suits for
The whiBt club met Thursday morn
ing at the home of Mrs. R. M. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Clark are
spending a month at Green Lake, Wis.
Say! Before buying a buggy see the
Humphrey Hardware Co.
Mrs. C.M.Keefer is entertaining Mrs.
S. T. Bolton of Denver.
Senator Millard returned from New
York Tuesday morning.
Kimball Bros, are putting the finish,
ing touches on a very handsome monu
ment purchased by Mrs. Norris Hum
phrey to be erected upon her family lot
in Wyuka Cemetery. This piece of
work will be an ornament to the ceme
tery, and a lasting memorial to one of
Lincoln's stauncbest business men.
Mrs. C. T. Boggs and Miss Helen
Boggs are making an extended eastern
Dr. Carr, surgeon. 141 South 12th.
LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF : : We place on sale Monday several lines of summer neces- I
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- Special Sales On-
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
BAMEOO PORCH SHADES
PORCH MORRIS CHAIRS
1 LINCOLN'S BIG HOUSE FURNISHERS
Gregory, The Coal Man, 11th & O.
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. 13 ar wood are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John F. Harris of
Lake Forest, Illinois.
Miss Harriet Spaulding will spend
next week at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin,
Miss Pansy Follmer is visiting rela
tives at Oak, Nebr.
' Miss Elizabeth Griffith left Monday
on an extended eastern trip.
Mary D. Manning, teacher in elocu
tion and dramatic art, Sherwood school
of music, Chicago, will receive a limited
number of pupils during the summer.
Address 427 South 12th street.
Mrs. A. B. Knickerbocker of Aurora,
111., is the guest of Mrs. Landy Clark.
Rosb Curtice will spend the next two
weeks in New York.
The best equipped and most popular
dining hall in the city is the Palace Din
ing hall, 1130 N street. Sunday dinners
a specialty. Beet attention paid to fam
ily board. Give it a trial.
Ralph E. Johnson gave an address at
the annual picnic of the Woodmen at
Colon on Wednesday.
Mrs. Mina D. Plumb, Brown block,
1526 O street, room 1, is the agent for
Chas. A. Stevens fc Bros., silk import-
Clarence F. Wintere, the son of Mr. J.
F. Winters, died last Saturday morn
ing at ten o'clock of typhoid fever. He
had been ill for a number of weeks, but
had passed the crisis of the disease and
was thought to be slowly recovering.
His death therefore was an unexpected
shock to bis friends. Clarence Winters
was a member of the graduating class of
the Lincoln high school and was to have
entered the University in the fall. His
death was particularly sad even for so
sad a thing as the death of a boy on the
verge of manhood for he possessed one
of those rare natures whose mission it
is to make the lives of others brighter
and sweeter. He always thought to do
those little kindnesses that other peo
ple forgot, and those who knew him
well, look back on a hundred thought
ful services rendered so gladly and
cheerfully that it seems hard that he
could not have been spared to make
the world a pleasanter place to live in
for those who were his friends. He was
buried Tuesday morning at eleven
o'clock in Wyuka cemetery.
Buy them now. Buy them where? Why at
ROTS ORVlfc STORE
104 P o. lOtti Street.
Everything in Fireworks
Crackers, Torpedoes, Rockets, Roman Candles, etc.,
etc., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .
Liberal Reductions to the Trade.
I YOUR SUMMEK VACATION . .
Take a Kodak with you and you can live the
old days over. WE SELfo 'EM
D. K. DePUTRON, 117 HO. IIIB ST., LINCOLN
FIRST Ml Rl
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden
Smith and children are in Boston,
where they will spend the summer.
Miss Fairbrother will go to California
July first, where she expects to engage
in newspaper work.
Mrs. Curtis, Miss Curtis and Miss
Carita Curtis have gone to Lake Ge
neva, Wisconsin, where they will remain
The many friends made by Brigadier
General Bates, when stationed at Fort
For Sale By
... of LINCOLN, NEBR
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Capital $ 200,000.00
Surplus and Profits . 54,255.03
Deposits .... 2,480,252.18
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S. H. Burnham, A. I. Sawyer,
President. Vice President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier,
H. B.Evans, Frank Parks,
Ass't Gnnirr. Ast Cashier.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
For DEfolCIOUS DISHES
and a COOfo PLAGE to .
Bat Them, go to the . . . .
316 So. I2tlx St.
JR0YER & GIJJQERY,
325 So. llth St. .... Phone 7J
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