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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1901)
j Office, Zehrnns Block 1 9 to 10 a m
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Evenings, bj appointment. Bundajs 12 to 1 p. m. and by appointment.
J Dr. J.B.Trickey,
) Refractionist only
19 to 12 a. m
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j Office, 1035 O itreet 5-1 to 4 p. m.
0...:... Louis N. Wente,D.D.S.TBrorS Bl"k,ml
I ( so 11th street. I
office'...!:. Oliver Johnson, D.D.S.-!&s?oTreerHar,e7'H
I ' 1 1105 O street
puono. ..Liwi-I Dr. Ruth M. Wood. euso.iemst. I Hours:
I I J A. M.;2to4 1M
via "The Burlington"
10 WHO. Mllll AND I BUCK HILLS.
$1J. JO $14 00 $18.50
$14-30 $17.50 $21. 50
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$18 25 $18.85
Aug. 1 to 10
Sept. 1 to 10
June 18 to 30
July 10th to
All tickets sold at the above rates are limited for
Return to Oct. 31 Call and get full information.
City Ticket Office
Gor. 10tn and O Streets.
7th St., Between P and Q.
id Ypu EueF
know a woman to put her foot
in it who was not glad of it?
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Twenty eight years experience as an
inside decorator. Reasonable prices.
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Sold only by
$ 1043 O St.,
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Members Chicago Board of Trade.
FLOYD J. CAMPBELL CO.
QPljW, SJ0GKS, PROVISIONS
Correspondent- Wearc Commis.sfon Co.
1029 N St Lincoln, Nebr.
Nebraska Infirmary of
Second Floor Brownell Block, Lincoln.
C. B. Hutchinson, D. D; K. R.
Browntield, Secy.; Mary B. Hutchin
son, D. D. Charity patients treated
Fridays, Phone 1113
M. B. KETCHUM, M. D., Phar. D.
Practice limited to
Bye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Gatarrh
and Fitting Spectacles.
Phone 848. Hours 9 to 5; Sunday 1
to 2:30. Rooms 313-314 Third Floor
Richards Block, Lincoln, Nebr.
Imagine stunning Josephine Clardy
portrayed aa Alice of Old Vinciennes!
1 can see her getting ready with fencing
lessons the first cool day in autumn, and,
with her magnificent height and splen
did proportions, she will easily vanquish
all competitors in the Thompson story.
Mary Tudor in "When Knighthood
was in Flower" is sure to be popular,
it admits of gorgeous gowns, you know,
and calls for dimples, especially in the
chin. I always think of Adele Flani
gan in connection with Mary. I am
longing to see her in the ermine.
Susan Creighton Williams will lend
herself to Mrs. Humphrey Ward's
Eleanor that is, it she cares to be in
perspective. Eleanor has opinions. It's
a thinking part.
We shall see Loraa Donovan as Janice
Meredith and Virginia Wright as dainty
Lady Babbie. We shall pass Mrs. Ru
dolph Limberg and think only of her
colorful Carmen, always hanging on the
walls of her friends. We shall rave over
Alba Watson as Valencia beside the hol
lyhocks in her garden, and rhapsodize
on the topic of Lily Belle Pierce lan
guishing as did the fair Lydia.
Get out your SbakBpsres, dear girls.
Take a short turn in history. Or, bet
ter still, wheedle your Chosen Man
Friend into the telling of his favorite
novel or theatrical character of the fem
Then make it your own if you wish
to please him.
Fearless and Independent.
The Chicago Record-Herald is a con
spicuous example of the success with
which the public rewards fearless non
partisanship in the columns of a great
metropolitan daily paper. It is an in
dependent newspaper in which men and
measures are invariably viewed wholly
from the standpoint of the public good
and not from that of the interests of any
particular political party. It is the
very reverse of neutral fearless and
outspoken on all the great questions of
the day. but presenting itp editorial
opinion upon independent judgment and
entirely regardless of political affilia
tions. Partisanship is barred as strictly
from the news columns as, from the edi
torial page. All political news is given
without partisan coloring, thus enabling
the reader to form correct conclusions
for himself. In the ordinary partisan
newspaper political news is ordinal ily
colored to such an extent to make it dif
ficult if not impossible for the reader to
secure a sound basis for intelligent Judgment.
FOR A SUMMER OUTING.
The Rocky Mountain regions of
Colorado reached best via the
Union Pacific provide lavishly for the
health of the invalid and the pleasure of
the tourist. Amid these rugged steeps
are to be found some of the most charm
ing and restful spots on earth. Fairy
lakes nestled amid sunny peaks, and
climate that cheers and exhilerates.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
put in effect by the Union Pacific en
able you to reach these favored locali
ties without unnecessary expenditure of
time or money.
ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP
plus $2.00 from the Missouri River, in
effect June 18th to 30th, July 10th to
August 31st, inclusive.
The Union Pacific will also sell tickets
on July 1st to 9th, inclusive, September
1st to 10th, inclusive, at $15.00 for the
round trip from Missouri River points.
Return limit October 31, 1901.
Proportionately lov rates from inter
Full information cheerfully furnished
8 31 E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
II BUM EMTERPRISE. "
Is the British Medical Institute in the Shel
don Block, Cor. 11th and N Sts., Lin
coln. Nebr. It Gives Three Months'
Services Free to All Invalids
who Call Upon Them
Before September 8.
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In
stitute, at the urgent solicitation of a
large number of patients under thoir
care in this country, have established
a permanent branch of tho Institute in
this city, at the office, corner of Eleventh
and N streets, in the Sheldon b'ock
These eminent gentlemen havo do
cided to give their tirvicee entiraiy treo
for three nnnths (medicines excepted)
to all invalids who call upon them for
treatment between now and Sept. 8th.
These services will not only consist of
consultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical operations.
The object in pursuing this course is
to become rapidly and personally ac
quainted with the sick and afflicted, and
under no condition will any charge what
ever be made for any serviceo rendered
for three months to all who call before
The doctors treat all forms of diseaso
and deformities, and guarantee a cure
in every case they undertake. At the
first interview a thorough examination
is made; and, if incurable, you are frank,
ly and kindly told so; also advisod
against spending your money for use
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, also rupture,
goitre, cancer, all skin diseases and alt
diseases of the rectum are positively
cured by their new treatment.
The chief associate surgeon of the
Institute, assisted by one or more of his
staff associates, is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p. m.
No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call
send stamp for question blank for homo
J Cycle Photographs J
0 Photographs of Babies
0 Photographs of Groups
gs Exterior Views 2
129 South Eleventh Street. 2
AN IDEAL CLIMATE
The first white man to set foot on
Utah soil. Father Silvestre Volezde Ea
calante, who reached the GREAT
SAXT IAKEJ on the 23rd
day of September, 177G. wrote in his
diary: ''Here the climate is so delic
ious, the air so balmy, that it is a pleas
ure to breathe by day and by night."
The climate of Utah is one of the rich
est endowments of nature. On the
shores of the Great Salt Lake especially
and for fifty miles therefrom in every
direction the climate of climates in
found. To enable poisons to participate
in these scenic and climatic attractions
and to reach the famous Health,
J3talric ana Pleas,
lire Resorts of Utah, the
UNION PACIFIC has made a rate
to OGDEN and SAXT
IAKB CITY of one fare for
the round trip, plus 82.00. from Mis
souri River, to be in effect June ISth to
30th inclusive, July 10th to AuguBt 31st
inclusive. Return limit October 31, and
830.00 for the round trip on July 1 to 9
inclusive, September 1 to 10 inclusive.
Proportionately low Rates from inter
Full information cheerfully furnished
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
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