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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1901)
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Mr. Isinniur., A luncha wsu? rrvl.
Ijh. '-lz. wfcUt club Jaj rstcb-l th-
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Jf Krttfon with a I'arty aJ lh bom
of Mr. anl Mr. M. J. Waaxh. Two
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Mr. ajl Mr. JtaJjb W. ThiukIzk ha';
nrrivi in HU Jtt;ih ttom their wM
'Itnic i'turwy. Tb who w-r; irwx-nt
t tbHr mstrrUuc in Isn Antc-I- nay
that Mr. Doujtfa. n-- MacfarJan'l.
w u remarkably handiMmc brWe.
Mr. II. M Kcrtt ifav" a k-nflm;t"n
lt H.-ieurrJ-iy afternorm to th- la-JI-
of lb" O. T. rard rlub. I.lht r,-rr'-hrn'-ntj)
w-r t'1. McmWn ai
MMl;tmini r-rkln, Hrnlth, Coford,
Uoyd. Mttrtln, Jnckon. Klnyon, War-r-n,
Iyr. An'Wcon, Church.
Mr. arid Mr. MorrJ Friend -nt-r-Jnlnrd
th- Unity club Wdn-wlay -v-n-IriK-
Vrivn w-r- award-d to Mr.
II-nry May-r and Mr. Koby ICohn. Th
next m--llriK of the club will be h-ld
at "WaUh hall th- -v-nlnK b-forc
TiiankrKlvInK wb-n a hoji will be
Horn lo Mr. rind Mr. Hamilton IJ.
Itotlln on November 2. a daughter.
Hlu- bear the name of Hom,mary Car
hoh In honor of her aunt, her mother
and her grandmother. Mr. and Mr.
Itollln are In In Angecn, Cab, and
will remain there during the winter.
Ml Klla O. Given tendered her
resignation n orgnnldt at the Flrt
I'rrrbylerlnn cburrh thl week and will
leave noon for Denver to rede with
her father. Ml Given will be great
ly mUned by the church, which nlic ha
nerved o faithfully and atlfactorlly,
by the Matinee Munlcnle of which he
Mr. and Mr. Italjih I'. Johnnon enter
tained a few friend at an Informal
miiMlrale Haturday evening In honor
of Mr. and Mr. Moore, of Chllllcothe,
Ohio, who nre guent of their niece.
Ml fallen Thompon. Mr. Johnnon
delighted the company with both her
pong mid her piano muxtc Mr. A.
V. .In linen nng In her tiual very ac
ceptable manner and Ml Kdlth Uuh
nell. it very brilliant young planlt from
ArlcaiiKa, played. A dcllclou lunch
eon wn nerved after the program.
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The atfl Newo Educator wbtr entrumm-nt recently by the Pre-idtnt at the White
Hoa-ie raised soeh a ttir in the South.
TukkciiU:, Ala., Iuktitute, Founded by Hooker T Washington, and of which he is President
I an active and valued member and by
munlcal circle generally.
Mr. Hattle Van WIe wan pleanantly
Hurprlfed Friday evening, November
IIrt, by member of the Lincoln chap
ter. 148, O. E. S., who wlHheU to help
her celebrate her flfty-Hlxth birthday.
Mr. Van WIe w;ui presented with an
emblem of the order a a token of es
teem from her friend and as a me
morial of the day. and she responded
feelingly to the presentation addre.ss.
A luncheon provided by the visitors
Names given to the various wedding
First year cotton
Second year paper
Third year. leather
Fl f th year wooden
Seven th year woolen
Tenth year lln
Twelfth year silk or linen
Fifteenth year crystal
Twentieth year china
Twenty-fifth year silver
Thirtieth year pearl
Fortieth year ruby
Fiftieth year golden
Seventy-fifth year . ... diamond
Conceit is the only passion thst does
not decrease with years. Town Topics.
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Blibson How was Jones yesterday?
Gllbson He seemed to be laboring
under a delusion.
Blibson Indeed! I thought he was
Gllbson So did Jones.
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Old Beau How Innocent and sweet
you look this evening! And I am sure
your mind is as pure as your gown.
Debutante Goodness! Don't talk so
loud. Do you want me to be a wall
How er? Town Topics.
"Never will I give my consent." said
Mr. Falrchlld, firmly. "He only wants
to marry you so that he can pay his
"Pshaw! Papa," pouted his daughter,
"Charlie never thinks of paying his
bills." Town Topics.
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Knick There is a question that has
been puzzling me for some time.
Knock What's that?
Knick Why do you suppose they
call hired girls help? Town Topics.
Owing to the large number
who have been unable to see the
British Doctors these eminent
gentlemen have extended the
time for giving their serv.ces
free to all who call before Dec
Owing to tit large suab--vallds
"srho hare called epos -lh
Doctors at the:r oSce. c-o-t. -and
X streets, Sheldon hlozk. ci .
have been cnaWe to s ih:r
eminent gentlemen have, by
consented to continue itui? .t- -vices
entirely free ior thr c - s
medicines excepted) to ail -. . j,
who call upon them for trea-m--
tween now and December Sth
These services consist not -- v '
consultation, examination as 2 ai e
but also of all minor sur?:; a-
The object In pursuing this c -- is
to become rapidly and person: a -qualnted
with the sick and a " d
and under no conditions w. ay
charge whatever be made for a y ---vices
rendered for three months T a '
who call before December 6th.
The doctors treat all forms 1 -ease
and deformities and truara"'" i
cure In every case they undertake V
the first Interview a thorough exa-r "
ation is made, and if incarab'e y j
are frankly and kindly told so a'n ?i
vised gainst spending your minor f -useless
Male and female weakness. egt?rrv
and catarrhal deafness, also rjpM-"
goitre, cancer all skin disease "-I "
diseases of th rectum. ar poitlv'v
cured by thir new treatment
The ehief associate sureeon of
Institute Is in personal charge
Office hours from 9 a. m to p m
Sunday hours from 9 to 12 a m
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