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The Lincoln Semi-Weekly Courier

Tuesday, August 13, 1901, Page 7

transcribed by Carol Tremaglio

Mrs. C. C. Reed is home from the east.
Paul F. Mueller was in Chicago on business.
E. F. Duff was down from Bloomington Sunday.
Charles Mehrten and family are visiting in Atlanta.
Miss Emma Feuerbacher visited in Mt. Pulaski Sunday.
Frank Aylward of Cantrall attended to business in Lincoln.
Walter Mundy is an Old Salem chautaugua visitor.
E. G. King spent Sunday with his family near Athens.
Carl Smith was in Peoria Sunday, the guest of his mother.
Will Russell, a young colored boy, was returned from Pontiac.
George Eisele passed the Sabbath in Decatur with his brother.
C. E. Bullard of Chesnut was a business visitor in the city Saturday.
Walter McGraham, a citizen of Bushnell, spent Sunday in the city.
President A. R. Taylor of Decatur was in the city Monday on business.
Samuel Pegram will enter the employ of a Decatur dry goods house.
F. L Capps of Atlanta looked after business matters in the city Monday.
Misses Ethel Dillman and Florence Miller visited in Springfield over Sunday.
Frank Ogle is carrying mail for a few days while Thomas Young is out of the city.
John Stolz of East Lincoln is at St. Clara's hospital, suffering with a broken leg.
Misses Virginia Orton and Emma Sisson are visiting at the Old Salem chautaugua.
Police Lieutenant James Storen returned to his home in Chicago Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Dryden has accepted the position of night watchman at the Lincoln casket factory.
B. F. Coppage, formerly of Lincoln, but now of Decatur, visited in the city over Sunday.
Miss Grace Foster returned to her home in Atlanta following a visit with Miss Nellie Yates.
George Musick arrived in the city Sunday from Topeka, Kas. He is stopping at the Commercial.
Miss Maude Duff of Bloomington spent the Sabbath at the home of her parents, east of the city.
Mrs. Maude Garland is in Chicago to spend the week with her brother, Ambrose Miller and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Fogarty drove over to Delavan Saturday afternoon and returned Sunday evening.
Mrs. Frank Kenyon has returned to her home in Indianapolis after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Kenyon.
Mrs. W. O. German of Springfield arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rudolph.
Charles L. Smith, who has been in the south for the past six months, arrived home Sunday noon from Victoria, Tex., greatly improved in health. He will resume his position with Robert Schuster.
Miss Anna Cunningham of Uniontown, Pa. is in the city for a visit at the home of J. E. Miller, on Delavan street.
George B. Hickman, who has been critically ill the past few weeks, is reported by his physician to be improving. He will recover.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sello of Chicago returned home Monday morning following a visit in the city with M. Griesheim and family.
Charles E. Clark departed Monday for an extended business trip in the west as salesman for the Lincoln Casket company.