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iDr. O. O. Eeynolds
(Office room 18-19, 110 to II a. n
-J Burr Block V StoSp.m
Bm. 2M8Q St J San. 3to
I W. L. Dayton, M. D. J 0fflcc-laB 8tre8t I10 to
' (Diseases of Eye, Eat. v- and Throat! Res. 18210 Street 1230 to
Dr. J. H. Tyndale
J Office, rooms 9 and 10.
"J Lansing Theatre
9 to 11 JO am
NOSE AND THROAT
goQial and personal
IDr. S. B. Cook
f Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
1215 O St.
Dr. Ben j. F. Bailey
Evenings, br appointment.
I Office, Zehruns Block 1 9 to 10 a in
I Residence. 1313 C street 1 2 to 4 p m
Sunday's 12 to 1 p. m. and by appointment.
j Office, Telephone Bid... 1
I Residence, 1821 F street i pointment
: to 5 p m
a ra by a
Mc MI IDr. J.S, Eaton,
Reidence..562 j 8urgery and Xerrons Diseases,
Office, 137 So. Ilth St.
1 2 to 4 p. m
( 12 a.m.
( Hours 10 to
IDr. J. B. Trickey,
I Befractioniet only
1 19 to 12 a. m
OSice,l035O street Ito4p.m.
i 1 . - ... ( Office, rooms 26, 57 and 1
fice 530. tLoillS N. Wente,D.D.S. I. Brownell Block, 137
) (so 11th street. 1
I Dr. F. D. Sherwln
J Office, room 19 Burr Blk 1 9 to 12 a m
A Aft V
I Res. 2520 Q st J I
to p. m
Phone j J' M. GUILE,
470 j Real EeUto and Ins. Gen. Exchange Business
WALTON Gk ROBERTS,
Undertaker and Embalmer. Telephone, Office 145
Eleventh and P St. Res. 156.
Mrs. W. A. Lindley will give a card
party next Wednesday afternoon and
another with her daughter, Miss Mable
Mrs. Myron E. Wheeler and Mrs.
Loyal D. Stearns will give a brilliant re
ception at the home of the latter next
Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Lewis have
invited friends in Lincoln to meet their
friends from Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Roberteon and Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Nevins on Monday evening to play
Mr. and Mrs. MacMillan entertained
the Pickwick club on Friday. All the
members of the club were present and
in addition, Dr. and Mrs. Hindman, Mr.
most pleasant affair. Miss Outcalt has
a charming and happy way of making
her guests welcome, which always en
sures an enjoyable time at her home.
Dainty refreshments were served. Hnr
guests were Misses Weeks, Vancil, Clara
Hammond, Watkins, Houlz, Margaret
and Florence Winger, Cropsey, Richards,
Ena Bicketts, Wetzel, Hargreaves, Har
ley, Nance, Whedon, Burt, Holbrook;
Messrs Weeks, Abbott, Hammond, True,
II. Shedd, F. Korsmeyer, Watkins. Low,
Ricketts, O. Brown, Whedon, Risser, E.
Sawyer, Bartlett, Morrill, Hatfield, Mc
Mrs. D. A. Campbell gave an informal
musical Thursday morning for the visit
ing and Lincoln musicians. Mrs. Had-den-Alexander,
Mrs. Cameron. Miss
and Mrs. W. J. Turner, Mrs. Taylor, and Bees and Master Harry Brigire provided
132 SOUTH I2TH STREET.
itad youaf wmsla dhress
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SUTTON AND H0LL0WBUSH
Twelftk and O. Funlce Opera House Block.
Are now ready to meet their old customers and many new
ones at the old place, which has recently been fitted up
in a. most pleasing manner. Everything is new and we feel
confident that the new stock which is now on sale cannot
but meet the . . .
APPROVAL OF AJUX.
Mr. Thomas of Seward
A number of little theatre parties were
given at all three of the May festival
concerts, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Buckstaff and Mrs. Griffeth oc
cupied a box Wednesday evening. Mes
dames Leonard, Jansen and Wright
also entertained friends in a similar way.
The Salmos card club held its last
meeting for this season Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Whitaker. Prises were
won by J. A. Abbott and Mrs. E. W.
Nelson. Those present were Messrs and
Mesdames Abbott, Weeener,
West, Nelson, Schrader, Cornell.
Miss Emma Outcalt will give a ken
eington for Borne of her friends Saturday
afternoon. Her guests will be Misses
Frances and Florence Maule, Ellen and
Frances Gere, Rieser, Colson, McMillan,
Houck, Collins, Whiting, Broady, Law,
Randall, Katherine F rooks, Honeywell,
Schwartz, Macfarland, Williamson, Reta
Junge, Garten, Helen Woods, Lawis,
the important program, which was inter
spersed with convocation and refresh
ments. Mrs. Alexander obligingly play
ed a number of selections especially
requested by those present. Her "Wintry
Wind" by Chopin, was a most realistic
bit of impressionist tone, painting. It
portrayed th concentrated fury of all
Nebraska's winds. Miss Olive Latta
presided at the coffee urn in the dining
room, assisted by Miss Hollowbush and
Mrs. F. J. W. Stoney (born Marquette)
Meserve, arrived in Lincoln on Wednesday to visit
her aisters, Mrs. Teff t and Mrs. Fawell
and her brother John Marquette. She
sailed on the City of Paris and as the
fate of this ship was for some time in
oonbt the anxiety of Mre. Stoney'a
brother and sisters can be imagined,
Mrs. William Owen Thomas gives a
euchre party for Mrs. Stoney this after
noon. It will be remembered that these
two young ladies were married in Lon-
Mrs. F. W. Brown gave two kensing
tons on Friday and Saturday of last
week for her guest. Mrs. Goltra of St.
Louis, and Mrs. J. B. Wright's guests,
Mrs. Rudy of Sioux City and Mrs. Gas-
GsBzamrraixie our lxe ilxxe of
SHOPPING BAG,MU8IO ROLL,
POCKET BOOKa, Etc,
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Wiggonhorn. Marshall; Mrs. Hariey and don; England, after a tour of theconti-
ucui, ! cumpuynons ae voyage. As this
is the occasion of her first return to her
birth place since her marriage Mrs.
Stoney's greeting from her many friends
will be very warm.
Miss Kittie Ager and Mr. Frank
man of Chicago. On the first afternoon Spangle were married on the evening of
Mrs. Wright and Mrs. D. A. Campbell Mav 7attho home of the bride's parents,
sang, and on the second afternoon Mrs. M.r- and Mrs J-H- Ager, by Rev. H. J.
Wright and Mrs. Elias Baker. Dainty Kirschstein of the Christian church,
refreshments were served both after- Tne "n8 service was used. Little Mias
noons. About seventy guests enjoyed Bur"" acd &s flower girl The bridal
the cordial hospitality which MraBrown Prty atood under a bower of American
always shows, and especially on such flaB in8tead of the conventional flowers,
charming occasions as these. ne bride wore a dainty gown of soft,
Mrs. J. E. Snyder entertained the A.o- 2? SSSTl
haclub very pleasantly oj Wednesday and a reception fHtheT f Zds foT
afternoon. Light refreshments were lowed from 9 till 11. Mrs Living.
served. That the meetings of this club of Fremont. Mrs. ItanflfKS
are always delightful is indicated by the ,nd Mks Lates aasisted at to .2S?
fact that instead of decreasing in num- The bnde receivTaT nnTSE
ben as the summer months approach, of handsome presents. Dunib
Biuro nimes ore oeing aaaea to tne list.
The guests on Wednesday were
Frank Van Horn,
M. H. Van Horn,
F. T. Kutherford,
E. V. Baldwin,
F. A. Wilson,
S. I. Meyers,
C H. Rockwell,
E. A. Barnes,
C. C. Fletcher,
A. E. Moore,
O. V. P. Stout,
r ai . .
vuo oi iae most pleasant of the P. E
O. meetings of the year was held at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. West, Mon-
111V AlUlltni. Tl
j .ug. xi was an open
ana me nuebands and friends
The hounn smoKn.nt:
fully decorated with ferns and margue
rites, the fraternity flower. Theiremblem
the star with the letters P. RO.in black
was id evidence in the dining room
where ligbt refreshments were served!
Miss Barnaby sang and Miss Kate Sco.
MksEmmaOutaltgave.heartnartv JSl'tlK "
Friday evening and it was certainly a eyening's enZZ TweTC j
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