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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1900)
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.671. 1 I Residence. 1313 C itreet ) 2 to 4 p m
ETenlnfi.br appointment. Sunday's 12 to 1 p. m. and by appointment.
tDr.J. B. Trickey,
9 to 12 a. m
Office. 1035 O itreet VI to 4 p. m.
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oaice 530. lLouis N. Wente.D.D.S-i 1. awf slock, 137
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Oliver Johnson, D.D.S. drugstore
' ( 1105 O street )
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Mrs. J. BENSON
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Only a few days to Christmas,
when everybody wants a Xmas
Present. Our store is packed
full of Pretty goods for resents.
If 3tou want Furs, in Collar
ettes, Scarfs, Muffs don't fail to
see our stock, we guarantee a
Silk and Mercerized Skirts
from the lowest price to the best.
French flannel waists, the pret
tiest in Omaha; handsome silk
waists at very low prices. We
can give you the best Kid Glove
for the money that is made",
prices $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 in
light and heavy weight, dressed
We have the prettiest DOLLS
that areDmade, flesh-colored kid
bodies, double iointed and the
Kestner iead with natural hair, is the best and pret
tiest made. Dressed and undressed. Doll sizes 2
inches to 34 inches long. Novelties in neckwear for
gee (l)ur Renter unteps
Full of novelties never made before. Toilet and manicure 6ete.
traveling cases, Clipping hooke, work boxes, Handkerchiefs, collar and
tie cases and many novelties that we haven't space to name.
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A Shoe , .
that (Toesn't fit is unfit to
wear. It may be ever so styl
ish built along the latest
lines and yet bind and pinch
and cause you agony.
We are experienced in the
art of fitting feet. Our Shoes
are lacking in none of the
three qualities which good
Shoes should have Comfort,
Durability and Style.
All the new Fall Lines are
PERKINS, SHELDON & CHAMBERLAIN CO
The Cotillion club gave a pretty party
Thursday evening, December Gth, at
Courier hall. The favors were dainty
and unique. Mr. Milo Eames led the
dancers through some graceful figures.
Mrs. George Woods and Mrs. Critten
den were the queens in two llower queen
figures. Those present were: Messrs.
and Mesdamea Woods, Fitzgerald, Crit
tenden, George Woods, Dorgan, Green.
Wright, Searle, Hargreaves, Leonard,.
Ladd, Mrs. Griffith, and Mrs. Mallalieu.
Misses Sweet, Turner, McClure, Messrs.
Baldwin. Turner, Honeywell and Butler.
Mrs. Putnam, Miss Saunders and Miss.
Putnam entertained a large number of
people last Thursday and Friday after
noons. December Gth and itb. The
afternoons were pleasantly spent in
playing cards. The roomB were exqui
sitely decorated in chrysanthemums,
rosea and palms. On Thursday after
noon the prizes were won by Mesdamea
Righter, Brock and Howe, and on Fri
day afternoon Mesdamea S. C. Wilson,
Hammond and Dayton were the most
Mrs. H. Scott entertained the High.
Five club Thursday evening, December
Gth. Chrysanthemums and roses graced
the parlors. The most succesarul at
High Five were Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd
and Mrs- Church. Those present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Church, Perkins,
Houtz, Dye, Shephard, Smith, Hood,
Townsend, Tefft, Martin and Cosford;
Misses Perkins, Townsend and Exelson;
Meesrs. Burkey, Long and Douthett.
Mrs. H. K. Burkett gave a luncheon
Friday, December 7th, at one o'clock, in
honor of Mrs. Bawls of Creeton, Iowa.
Those present were: Mesdames Rawls,
Wharton, W. F. Hill, Grant, WatkinB,
Bobbins, Schwake, Hutchine, Steckley,
Wells, Evans, and Mast of Penn
sylvania. About forty friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Mitchell spent an enjoyable evening
at their home Friday, December, 7th,
in honor of Mrs. Mitchell's birthday.
Cards were played during the evening
and the prizes were won by Miss Her
rick, Mrs. Conger and Mr. Wise.
Mrs. R. G. Work gave a dinner at
the Lindell hotel Friday evening, De
cember 7th, in honor of her niece, Miss
McLanahan of TecumBeh. The table
was artistically decorated with carna
tions. During the evening Senkar, the
palmist, entertained the party in an en
joyable manner. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. J . C. Seacrest, Mrs. Schweer,
Misses McCroskey, Heacock, Warren,
Neidhart, Sharp, Sullivan, Herbert and
McLanahan; Messrs. Seacrest, David
son, Townsend and Appleget.
The members of the Belgian hare
club enjoyed a six course dinner on
December Gth, at the home of Mr. Ket
tering. Those present were: Messrs.
and Mesdames Bsnway, Anderson, Mrs.
Sanderson, Mrs Kettering, Miss Ketter
ing, Mr. S. A. Sanderson and Mr. C. W.
The Alpha Theta Chi fraternity gave
an informal dancing ptrty Friday eve
ning at Walsh hall. The ball was pret
tily decorated in the fraternity colorp,
green ane gold, and palms. Those pres
ent were Dr. and Mrs. Pound, Dr. and
Mrs. Ciements, Misses Harley, Daniels,
C ready, Robinson, Mackin, Lummery,
Roberts, Edna Harley, Miller, Loomis,
Parks, Shaw, Thomas. Mandrin, Pad
dock, Meyre, Agnew, Edgren, Mont
gomery, Henry and Randall of Omaha
Messrs. Smith, Whedon, Mansfield, Hig
gins, Hodges, Towne, Kendall, Brown,
Humphrey, Harrison, Roberts, Longley,
Martin, Broady, Milburn, Cutter, An
drews, Fradenburg, Lawlor, Hill and
Mrs. W. F. Cooper entertained very
pleasantly Friday afternoon, December
7th in honor of Mrs. Robertson of Glen--wood.
Iowa. Those invited were: Mes
dames Killyer, Oppenheimer, Liberman,
Robertson, Berkson, Laraway, Kroner,
Cooper, Jones, Ksensky, and I. Oppen
heimer; Misses Seligsohn, Ksensky,
Kroner, Berkson, Smith and Master
The twenty-fifth anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Whited's marriage was cele
brated at their home on Friday eve
ning, December 7th. Thegnests were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Hearn, Carson
IBax, Byer, James Hearn, Crawford,
Ferguson, Hargreaves, Lascb, Howard,
Sidles, Leigh ton, Cooper, Vosburg, C.
Highter, Craig, Howard, Brotchie, Pace,
Worsley, Allen, Bonney, Masterman.
Campbell; Mesdames Wible and Elder
dice; Misses Bouer, Allen, Post, Hattie
Bouer; Meesrs. Hildreth, A. N. Spencer
and B. Spencer.
A new card club has been organized
by the name of the "Four Fours" and
met for the first time on Friday eve
ning, December 7th. at tne home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Neir. The members
are Messrs. and Mesdames Xeir, Lloyd,
Estee, Losey, Cosford, Mawe, Piatt;
Misses Wilkinson, Thomson and Mr.
The New York Horse Show has done
away with the idea that the chrysanthe
mum is the fashionable flower for men's
coats. This dashing flower appears
seldom and then not on occasions that
would make it seem the smartest for
men's wear. Women are devoted en
tirely to violets, the only variation in
floral ornamentation for them, being in
the size of the bouquets. The clusters
five or six inches in diameter are now
considered in poor style. Fashion has
decreed for the masculine boutonnicra
a single bunch of gardenia. Carnations,
hyacinths and lilies of the valley are
Miss Eetelle Clemments entertained
a few of her friends Friday evening, De
cember 7th. Those present were Mis
ses Minderfer, Ann Minderfer; Messrs.
Jones, W. Jones of Dunbar, Nebr., and
Miss Carson gave an informal card
party last Saturday afternoon in honor
of Miss Turner of Muncie, Indiana, and
Mre.D. D. Muir.
Mrs. J. A. Couger entertained the fol
lowing ladies Friday afternoon, Decern
ber 7th. Mesdames Ransom, Berkey,
Adams, Dudley, Aylwin, Walt. Chap,
man, Deyr, Burns, Shanahan, Kingery,
Wise. Erisman, Hoffman and Miss
The Monday Night euchre club met
with Mr. and Mrs. Jewell last Monday
evening. The members of the club
present were: Messrs. and Mesdames
Turner, Hutchinson, Klinker, Oasebeer,
Sine, Ilibner and Hill The guests were.
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