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THE DAILY NKHRASKAN
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Huy oui shoes at Sandeisons.
VA Young, News.
Co'olk at The Co-Op.
Poinants nt Tlio Co-Op.
Megaphones at The Co-Op.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
r.jotlmll buttons at The Co-Op.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Muiikom'h restaurant, 1U8 0 st.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
The Hgienlc Cafe, 31G So. 12th st.
Tlie l'ni. Hook Stole. 310 No. 11th.
Dr. Woodwaid, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
Full line of Regent $3 fit) shoes, San
dersons. $3 00 will buy a first class shoe at
ieo. Constancer's new the-chair bar
ber shop at 1010 O st.
California is prepaiing to send her
tiack team east this year.
See Westerfleld for the latest TIni.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th st.
Co to the Matthews Piano Co. for
sheet music and supplies.
Miss Myrtle McWeid spent Sunday
at her home In Atlantic, la.
Piofessor Hobblns commenced lec
tin es yeateiday in case study.
For befct heating coal at least cost,
order of Union Fuel Co., 1014 O st.
Hiving Clothing Co foi clothes that
suit you financially and mentally.
Sweateis of every kind from f0c to
$4.50 line at Eivlng's. All colois.
Up-t6-date in every way those ex
quisite photos at Bass' Studio. 102G O.
The Palhulians will render an 1111
Inversary program next Friday.e.vcn--ing.
Miss Blanche Galbralth from Har
lan, la., is visiting friends at the
All University boys who have- the
price wear "Walk-Over" shoes. For
sale only at Webster & Rogers.
The Y. M. C. A. intends to have their
rooms open for a social time every
Friday and Saturday night, begin
ning In a few weeks.
The officers of the Graduate club
will entertain the members at the
home of Judge Tlbbets, 658 So. 17th
st., Saturday evening.
Did you ever have laundry come
back all torn up? Machinery la no
respdetor of Bhlrta. Better try Yule
Bros.' Hand Laundry. 1517 0 st. It
costs "no more than others.
Pot Roast Day at Fiancls Hios
Hamtkei chief sale at The Famous.
Miss Luella lliack went to Hastings
Why not take your hath at Chris'
bntli house, 11 and P Streets.
imy kind, any grade nt lihvlng's.
Try Sanderson's. They have the.
ibcst shoes on earth for the money.
Charles II. Gregory (U. ( N. '91)
sells coal at 1011 O st. See him.
F K. Kldd has retnned to resume
Ills studies with the senior class.
Miss Grace Coward islted her
home at Atlantic. la , ovei Sunday.
STIDFN.TS. Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at The Famous, 1029 O.
H. & T. have got some "kids" that
you would appreciate-. $1 per pair.
The University B'ook Store, 340 tfo.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
"Sorosis" Bhoes for University girls
are the best. For sale only at Web
ster &. Rogers".
Facts ue better than theories The
fact is that it pays to buy at I'aine's
Don't foiget lowing lias a full line
of Way's mufflers They are nice for
Kx-Senator" Thurston has promised
to send some good manuscipts and
pTrpers to the Historical society Boon.
The military department is busily
engaged In looking up men who reg
istered for drill, but have not yet ap
peared. Pants. The celebrated "Crown"' pan
taloon at Ewlng's. They fit. They
wear and give you only the best sat
isfaction. The old walks around Professor
Lyon's home on the State Farm aie
being taken up and new ones put In
Fied Biown. a former University
student, and MIbb Bishop were re
cently married at the homo of the
-bride in Idncoln;
Jumes Miller came In from Wayne
to Join the football aggregation. He is
incidentally spending a few days with
his Alpha Tau Omega Mends.
The names of Charles Taylor, Miss
Hunting, Miss Cross and Dell Stull
were announced for membership to
the Palladian society at the last
Ask to see the-
A pen that
O'NEILL'S JEWELRY STORI
Corner 12th and O.
To Make Hte Hark
A Student should use
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
For Sale by all Dealers, or
L. K. WATKKMAN CO.,
").') 1 .'.7 Hrondwny, NfcW YORK. Larposl. Fountain Ton Mnnufncturorw
In the Work!
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on salt October :th to I2lh inclusive,' ret urn
limit October 1 Mb, 11)01.
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln f:K)u. m., arrive KnnwiH Cily 11:40 ii. m
Leave Lincoln 1 ::i." p. m., arrive Kansas City B'.M." . m.
City Ticket Office,
Corner loth andO Streets.
HElPb YOUNG PfOPlEl
- WHO DESIRE-TO"
EXPfPIBKIDTEACHERS- FINE KHllPMftfB
VRuT. rUROUAtOGUE ANDiOUYlNlR-rRH
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS.
Portrait and Lausdcape Photographer
129 South nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
QALLRRV ESTABLISHED 1871..
Have you got to
speak a piece?
Well, we don't know of any klad of "effort," froa
theechoolboj'a recitation" or the echoolglrre md
In," and along through tba whola school and coll
m ff?r'J10Wn , h.a "mpoaia to.toaU" at tba last
" claia dinner," that li not prorlded tor among 1
Commenctmenl Parti, Including ''ef forte" for til
other occasions, II .10,
Frit and Com. Doth sides of lire questional 91.40.
Playable Plant. For school apd parlor, M.
CblUfeMen'i Thrtclliuutt Declamation!. 11.09.
m ColUgn UaUW Thrte-Utnvtt Ittaciiat. 91.00.
J'ltettfor Pritt-Sptaktngtmttti. 1.00.
Acme Declamation Book. faper.aOc. Cloth, 30c,
IIamlyltctitoSiKak. 109 on aeparata cardi. We.
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