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are taking things quietly.
About all one bears now is the depar
ture or expected departure of one's
friends for Borne out of the way place.
The number of people going away for
the summer is exceptionally large.
There is, therefore, very little doing in
society at home. The stay-at-homes
Mrs. S. H. Burnham and family are east for the summer.
Buraham will join them about the first of AugUBt
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young have returned from Cambridge, Ohio.
The following party left Tuesday for an outing in Wyoming, Sheri
dan being the objective railway point: Mrs. James W. D. Dawes of
Crete; Miss Sarah Harris, Miss Katharine Weston of Beatrice,
Miss Lulu Clark, Miss Bertie Clark, Bert Weston of Beatrice, Wing
Allen of Omaha, Earl Bridgman, D. G. Wing and W. Morton Smith.
Miss Lulu B. Loomis is visiting in Columbus, Neb.
Mrs. John R. Clark returned Saturday from Cambridge, Ohio, ac
companied by Miss Margaret Clark who returns to Lincoln after
several months spent in New York in art study.
Spirit Lake is enjoying something like its old popularity this
summer, though the greater majority of the people who visit that
resort prefer to rough it rather than endure, the exhorbitant
rates and fashionable routine of the Hotel Orleans. Lake Oki
bogi, in particular, is very popular with Omaha and Lincoln peo
ple, and camping parties from these two cities and from various
Iowa points are frequently to be met with. The following from
the Excelsior gives the names of some of this year's devotees of
the lakes: Mr. and Mrs. Day, Mr. and Mrs. Burgess, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Baum and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm, Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Kennedy, Mrs. Colpetzer, Miss Cady and the Misses
Brownie and Sadie Baum, and to be joined later by Miss Andree
aen. Others from Omaha are talking of going up later, including
Mr. Kreidor, manager of the Cudahy company, and Mrs. Krei
dor, Captain and Mrs. Mulford and Mrs. Pope, Mr. and Mrs.
Wheeler. Mr. A. H. Moore, president of the First National bank
of Dunlap, Iowa, and Mrs. Moore are there, and
there will be quite a delegation from Lincoln, including Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Burr, who have just arrived from their honey
moon, and Mrs. L. 0. Burr, who will chaperone Miss May Burr,
Miss Carson, Miss Bertie Burr and Miss Clark. Of the Lincoln
young men there will be Mr. Lew Marshall, (a brother of Mrs. D.
H. Wheeler, jr.) and Mr. Frank Burr. This will make a very jolly
crowd, and the summer, with its boating and fishing, and its swim-
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133 south 12 St Phone 630.
Get our prices before buying elsewhere.
Jeckeix Bros., tailors, 119 north 13 st
Don't forget Sisixr's new quarters when wanting anything in the
Ice Cream line. 133 south 12th street Phone 630.
If you order your ice of the LINCOLN ICE CO., you will get
prompt service, courteous treatment and pure ice. 1040 O street
Freak cream candies at Hawke's Phabmacy.
ming parties, and the dances across the lake at Manhattan Bea ch
will pass very delightfully." Mrs. H. H. Wheeler and family of
this city will leave for Spirit Lake this week intending to try
farm life. Mr. Ray Welch will join George Palmer and a num
ber of the Omaha people, and W. E. Clarke will run up for a few
days when he can get away. Bert Wheeler of Omaha will also
visit the lakes.
Mrs. Ella Miller, wife of grocer Miller, left on the Rock Island yes
terday afternoon for a short visit with relatives and friends at her
old home at Washington, Iowa.
C. J. Daubach has returned from a short business trip in Howard
Mrs. Cameron has returned to her home in Michigan, after a
pleasant visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Jones.
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cox and daughter left Wednesday for Boston.
Dr. and Bessie Lane returned Wednesday from a months visit in
Plain City, Ohio. They report railroad property in rather a dilapi
dated condition, especially in and near Chicago. Coming through
Chicago they were the only ladies brave enough to remain in the
Pullman sleeper. No resistence was made by strikers and they came
through in safety. They report a pleasant visit.
C. Y. Smith has gone to Lake Okobagi for a two weeks visit.
Miss Cornell who has been visiting for the past two years at Kee
Mar College near Baltimore has returned home.
Mrs. J. White is visiting friends in Grand Island.
Mrs. L. C. Burr and daughter Miss Mae, Mrs. Will Leonard and
Miss Bertie Burrr left Thursday for Spirit Lake.
F. J. Walton has gone on a trip down the St Lawrence river.
Mr. Clough is home again after a few days visit in St. Joseph.
Miss Alice Farrington, niece of Mrs. S. C. Wilson, left Wednesday
for New York.
Mrs. McDowell of Fairbury was in the city during the week.
Lincoln society is well represented at Spirit Lake this summer.
Mrs. R. H. Oakley and Miss Maude Oakley have gone to Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wright started Thursday for an extended
Mrs. Amos W. Mendenhall of Peoria is the guest of his uncle A.
Mr. I. H. Stearns of Portland, Ore., was in the city during the
Miss Florence Hawley is visiting friends in Nebraska City.
Miss Marie Marshall has gone to Spirit Lake.
Miss Mame Carson is visiting friends in Sioux City.
Mrs. C. L. Hooper and little daugheer Fanchon left Wednesday
for an extended eastern tour. They will visit Boston, New York and
will spend a month in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Mrs. Katharine Parker, who has been the guest of Miss Hawleyt
for the past two weeks has returned to her home in Omaha.
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