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THE DAILY NEBRASKA.
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OCAL AND PERSONAL
QTB THE INITIALS...
Ed Young, cigars.
"Note the Initials."
Unl. pins nt the Oo-Op.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Get your Unl. pin at The Co-Op.
Second hand books at the Co-Op.
All rUni. books and supplies at the
Get the genuine Waterman at the
When you get the Dletzgen you get
$3.00 will buy a good shoe nt Sanderson's.
Botany inks and instruments at
Save money by getting botany inks
nt the Co-Op.
For sheet music go the Matthews
Piano Co., 1120 O St.
Famous "Dletzgen" drawiiigyinstru-
ments a t the Co-Op.
The famous Dletzgen drawing in
struments at The Co-Op.
We buy, exchange or sell books on
commission. The Co-Op.
Why not tnke your bath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and P Streets.
Are you looking for second-hand
bookB? All kinds at The Co-Op.
First class pianos rit honest prices nt
the Matthews Piano Co., 1120 O St.
Do you want to rent a piano? Go
to the Matthews Piano Co., 1120 O St.
"Note the initials." U E. Wester
nian Id,eal Fountain Pen at The Co-Op.
Bausch & -Lomb botany and zoology
Instruments at the Co-Op. These are
Dletzgen and' Queen mechanical
drawing instruments and supplies at
Do not buy a chflap tailor-made Bult
until you look at the Alfred Benjamin
and Brokow Bros, ready-to-wear gar
ments at Palne's.
Tho "U. of N." Fountain Pon at $1.00
and tho "High School " Fountain Pon nt
C9c aro to bo had only at tho Lincoln
Book Store, 112G O Street.
The "U. of N." fountain pen at $1.00
1b tho oqual of any $1.50 pen in the
.market. To bo had only at the Lin
coln Book Store. 1126 O BtreoL
History paper and covers, fountain
pens, text books, students' note books,
tablets and students' supplies at lowest
prices. The Lincoln Book Store, 1126
OTrtreet x -
The active members of the Bl Beta
Phi and their pledges were entertained
Saturday afternoon by the alumae
members of ho sorority aVtho homo of
Miss Gladys Henry. About twenty-five
young ladles wore present.
For many .yqars other dealers have
wondered wh so many students
found their way to Palno's Clothing
store. Nothing strange about It. The
kind of goods put out, the manner of
doing business, the report handed
down from one class to another ex
IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN
Tkis Peii represents the acme of Pen Perfection. Ask the old Btudents what is THE pen
and they will say the IDEAL WATERMAN. These pens have been sold in the University
for years and are the only pens that have given universal satisfaction. They are guaranteed
uu ii nui nyui iu cwiy i enpeut ywu iimy remm mem. xjo not nuy cueap iniiiations or in
frincrementA. Oet The Genuine IDEAL WATERMAN at
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Famous "Dietzgen" Drawing Instruments
These havo set the Btandard for years iu the university. Various HtyleH and prieoH. At tlio
Co-Op only. We also have the Queen goodH. These are right inequality and pricc-H. Supplies
of all kindH at the Co-Op.
Bausch & Lomb Botany, Zoology and Biology Instruments.
The beKt inHtrumcntfl in the market. Put up in neat leather ease. We have the botany inks
put up in small phials, making a great Having to the student. Drawing paper, pens, slides,
eovcr glasses, covers and papers, texts, ete. in Botany and Zoology.
When you want standard goods at the right prices, g to the
f C ne Co-Operative Book Co.
VO J U 3 J 8 North Eleventh Street.
Delta Upstlon entertained at a stag
party Saturday night.
The bnttillpn will fall in tonight at
5 o'clock in the armory.
Alpha Theta Chi had a stag party
Saturday at the chapter house on I
Robert Hiltner, of the chemistry de
partment, has been in the Black Hills
C. C. North visited Belvuo College
Friday and Saturday on business con
nected with Y. M. C. A. work.
Delta Tiu Delta are moving from
their rooms on, $treet to their now
chapter house at 13th and V streets.
II. H. Roberts, '01, of South Omaha,
has been visiting tho University and
Lincoln friends during the past week.
Miss Jean McLennan has returned
from a trip to Toronto, Canada. She
also visited at several Intermediate
The members of Alpha Theta Chi
have added a culinary department
to their house. Mrs. W. H. Hunter,
formerly matron at tho home for the
fxiendleua, will-be hOBtess.
Ernest A. Beoiey entertained his
'scientific friends al his home Saturday
evening. Dinner was -served to about
twenty. Mr. Bessey will resume his
work In the agricultural department
at WaBhirfgton this week.
A progressive dinner party and dance
was given Saturday evening by Delta
Gamma at the home of Miss Margaret
Honeywell. A seven course dinner for
tho young ladles was served at six
o'clock. At 8:30 the gentlemen arr'ved
and the dancfr began.
San Francisco and Return
Date of Sale September 19th to 27tl).
Tina! Limit Hovember IS, 1901
CALL AND GET FULL INFORMATION.
City Ticket Office,
Corner 10th and O Streets.
7th Street, Bet. P and.Q.
Irene Hamilton, Wilson of Ashland, Je
sie Mooro nnd Mabel Stone of Hastings
Weesner, Qarken, Tukey, Hunt, Mans
flold of Ashland, Clark, Comstock, JLeo
Co"tastock, Webster, Harloy, Julia Do
weese, Mullilren, Bryan, Macombor, Ma
comberj Davis, Cole, Ruth Raymond,
Lillian Robison, Sallio Agnovr, Abba
Bowenr Mrs; XjaurMrs-.-PishorrMr.-nnd,
Mrs. A. L. Haechor; Messrs.. Frick,
Sbedd, Shedd, Clark, Thomas.Lau, Lau
Wiggenhorn, Burke, Hall, Mansfeldo'
Powell, Smith, Bartlott. Edminsteh,
Seacrest, Janes, McCroory, Raymond,
Raymond, Farnaworth, Roth, Crandall
Wallace, Lewis, Sanders, Doweoso,
ES PB.T. O'CONNOR cures CANCERS, S
S TUMOR8, WENS and FI8TDLAS
without tlie ubo of knife, chloroform
or Ether. ", S
S OFFICE -J30a5St., LINCOLN, NEJ S
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Bxanlned Free. Prices Reasonable.
1138O Street; LS-
We desire to say tqj
the Students tliat
we carry a full line
of Supplies for your
WILSON & HALL;
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