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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1899)
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KvoiiIiikh, by nppoliitinntit. Sunday's 12 to 1 p. in. mill hy appointment.
!Dr. J. B. Triokey,
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OfTico, 10:ir O stroot.
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Lincoln Infirmary of Osteopathy,
Farmers and Merchants Building.
The Courier would recommend that
you see the
If you want the best coal for domestic use.
1OO0 O St.
KiftrtC Pkap rr r i There is none to equal it in elegance. 2
rUSSb UCXr ,,XACy The line is complete in everything. 5
Jivjatt & Hyatt
(Successor to Sutton it IIollowbuBh.)
Confectioners and Caterers. 135 So. 12th St. 'Phone 681
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Tl315Iv RAXGB . . .
Warranted to be the Best and Most Satisfactory
Range ever made. Any kind of fuel may be used,
that one item alone being economy.
These Ranges would be a comfort in any home.
For what they are They are the cheapest
you can buy. At least give one a trial.
We warrant you complete satisfaction. Write us
for full particulars.
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Awfully ead about chappie.
Bighead Dr. Briggs cannot swallow
tho Btorv 'if Jonah and tho wlm'iv
Ho tries to bo horsey and is simply Giglamps-Well, there aro lots of
UB'n',10 people Unit can't swallow Briggs.
Whut would peoplo Bay if, I were to Tinker I wondor why CarneBio do
appear in tights, John? uided to becomo a philanthropist
They would probably sny I married Tuckor-I Bucbb tho iron must havo
you for your monoy. ontored his soul.
in to 12 n. in
1 to 4 p. in.
gocial and getonal
A very protty wedding which united Matinee Musioalo saying that its aimB
tho destinies of Miss Lou Diana ('cobles had boon high although its ideals had
and Mr. Otis Herbert Hair, occurred not always boon roachod. After tho re
Wednesday at 5 o'clock at tin homo of porta punch and small cakos wero served
tho brido's mother, Mrs. Mary PeobloB. from a lilac docked tnblo by Mrs. E. H.
Tho ceremony whb performed beneath a Barbour, assistod by Misses Ruth Ray
largo bell of pink roses in a bay window, mond, Gladys Hargreavep, Elsie Fawoll,
banked with palms. Ilov. It. T. Chip- Helen Wilson, and Louise Burnhatn.
porliold, brother-in-law of tho bride olli- Sinco tho war upon hafg hfl(, boeQ
e.ated, and was aBBistcd by Rev. L. T. rlea ihto noarIy a of tho thealrefl of
Guild aod Rov. O. W. Ishani, tho sor- the country and some of the churches,
yico of tho Mothodiet Episcopal church iadloB havo como to renzo thp adyant-
being used. Tnobrido was sweet and age to tboso Bitting behind them and the
protty in a gown of white organdie. The tnujorlty of w at CODCOrtfl d
Moral decorations throughout tht, largo plays, remove their chapeaux during the
house wore pink and white and wore un- performance. The same should be done
usually profuse. In the reception hall nt n,usicales in private homos of which
wero groat masses of pink and white B0 many aro now given. There is oven
carnations. 1 ho drawing room was re- grontor need of it in tho houses, than in
splendent w.th American beauties ho tho opora h bocaUBO '
Betting room had bride ro.ee and tho that tho floors are level making it im-
dining room bridesmaid rose, while po8BlbIo for tboBe , fc g
tho fragrant pink .and white blooms throURh a ,ob ,nth Qf
wore scattered with prod.ga ,ty through of briIliant flo J
ST8' " W , d0rWIiy8' f a,so that hatB M b removed at
which there aro a numbor, wero our- ,,: .. m, , "" a
tained with ropes of smilax. After the ZZ L " T m
mniriago a supper was served on round aZBZ Tu7 T ??"?
tables by tho four brothers of tho brido tZZi V "' S?'
to tho following: Mr. and Mrs. Barr, r WKU I BZ be
Rev. and Mrs. Ohipporlleld, Rev. and wr; wh,loafnoon receptions demand
Mrs.lsham.Rov. Guild, Mr. and Mrs. nZJ7B rT M aftei"
A. L. Hughes of David City, Mrs. N. J. "T cafrd P868 'fc considered in
Ronin.sietor of Mrs. Peebles, of Aurora, botter ta8to omove tho bonnet al-
Mr. White, Mr. Lane, MIbb Gertrude thouSh neater latitude is available here.
Barr, Mr. Browno Barr, all of Hastings, Tho window of curioB arranged by
MiEsosWycoir, Polts, Boecher; Mrs. A. Mr. Ed Franklin who has just returned
I. Hadley, of Beaver City, MisseplBham, from tho Filipinos is very interesting
Hughes; Masters Chipporfiold and Tho rain coat made of loosely woven
Ishnm. From 8 until 10 a wedding re- cocoanut flbro hangs in tho centre of
coption was givon, about 500 porsons one window. Below aro the uncom-
calling to greet tho brido and groom, fortablo looking shoos worn by Filipino
the guests wero received by Mrs. Pee- ladies divided into two parts, one for
bles, Mr. .and Mrs. Barr, Rev. and Mrs. tho big too and the other for the
Chipporflod, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. four of lesser rank, and with the eole
Hughes, of David City. RefreshmontB set up two inches from the ground on
were served by Miss Pearl Wycoir as. two pieces of wood; tho small silve, and
Bitted by Misses Moore, Folts, McFall bone tobacco pipes, carved sword and
end Anderson, The brido has spent all sheaths, beautiful swords eabros aSd
of her "grownup" life in Lincoln, and scimitars, carved boxes and embroid
ho esteem ,n which she ,s held was at- ered bannore. In the other window are
tes ed by tho many lovely gifts she re- guns, Filipino uniforms, hand I wovon
ceivod The groom ,s a prominent banners, scarfs and more swords The
young bualneaa man of Hastings, being collector, Mr. Ed Franklin was a mem
manager o the Howard Lumber Com- bor of the famous and I giLPiratX
pany. After a short sojourn in tho braskannrl H,n n- .i
Rocky Mountains, M, and Mrs. Barr will "Z s tdlXS" V
bogin housekeeping in Hastings. Franklin BayB t J"he I was n
Mrs. A. S.Raymond, tho newly elected fnged In fl8htlnB many of the rarest
president of the Matinee Musical was treaBUrCB of th0 cotion wore ttolen.
at home to tho mambors of tha club on Tho mombora of Kappa Kappa
Monday afternoon that thoy might hoar Gdmi"a colobratod tho birthday of the
tho roports of tho delegates to tho St. locnl c"apter by a sumptuous banquet
Louis convention. Mrs. Raymond spoke Pivon ,a8t evening at 7 o'clock at tho
in a gonoral way of tho Biennial, of tho llomo of Mr "! Mrs. O. O. Whedon.
thoughtful and comploto arrangomontB Tho table was decorated with American
madoforthoploasuroandcomfoitof tho be"t'ea. Many gifts of (lowers and
visitors, of tho beautiful homos which cnfectionory wore rocoivod from other
wero thrown opon, tho rocoptions and frfttitieB. Tho activo members pros,
concerts given for tho delectation of tho ont woro MIbbdb Richards, Hargroavos
club women atd of tho lavish hospital- "nd, Whiting, Holbrook, Outcalt
ity manifested in every possible way. LiSollo, Broady, Wetzel, Hayes Ray-'
Mrs. l. v. M. Raymond told of tho mo,u1' "outz, and Mrs. II. H Wilson
beautiful choral work which thoy heard, Alumnae MosdamoB Miller. 'Abbott'
and omphMlzod tho fact that tho best ""dy, Hall; MIbbob Lindloy, Collins of
solo yo.cos were in tho chorue, remind- Wftuo. Kirker, Cropsy, 0f Fairbury
JDg the club that this Bhould be tho case Ellon Gere, Frances Gere, GrigKB Gem
here. Mrs E. Lewis Baker gave the Whiting, RiBfi0r, LaU( Whedon,' Marl
humorous s.do of tho convention, for Baret Whedon and Helena Lau
thoro is a humoroiiB sido to ovon tho 'Pl, ni. t-w .,
'H'otings of dignilicd club women Ms J !S Delta Delta fraternity
J. W. Winger, the retiring p sick Z f hole o M' m'y r evening
- "vo year, of ZT'vLt "S ta
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