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THE DAILY NKHRASKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
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Handkerchief sale at The Famous.
Alpha Tau Omega has pledged John
Two hundred and nitiely have reg
istered for drill.
Mr. C V. Engle was an Ouiaha vis
itor last Saturday.
STUDENTS. Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at The Famous, 1029 O.
Ed. Youiir. Npwh.
Colors at The Co-Op-. -I'mnants
at The Co-Op.
Megaphones at The Co-Op.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. ltth.
rootlmll buttons at The Co-Op.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Mnnson's restanrant, 11 IS O 8t.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31C So. 12th st.
The I'niv. Hook Store, .140 No. 11th.
Mass" Studio. 102U O st. None better.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
Square meals at Francis" hVos, 121
No. 11th st.
Megaphones and pennants at the
I'niv. Hook Store.
E. C. Flnlay. class '01. has opened a
butcher shop at Greenwood, Neb.
H. &. T. have got some "kids" that
you would appreciate. $1 per pair.
The senior football team will or
ganize this morning at chapel time.
The University Nook Store, .140 No.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
Austin Collett. '!)!. was a visitor at
the Phi Kappa Psi house over Sunday.
The kind that all the swell dressers
wear. Those new neckties at Fwlng's.
Miss Grace' Bridge, "!ir, :ind Miss
Edith Abbott. "01. ,rc tea -h'ng in the
Lincoln high school.
Miss Wilson has been chosen secre
tary of the Delian society in the place
of Chas. Hoge, resigned.
Chas. Hummel visited the University
Geo. Constancer's new live-chair bar
ber shop ai 1010 O st.
Huy a Hastings and Heauh General
Physics for reference.
Students' groups a specialty at
llass' Studio, 102G O st.
See Westerfield for the latest Uni.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th st.
Do you use coal, qiwood? We keep
the best coals for 'the least money.
Union Fuel Co., 1014 O st.
'C' Charles H. Gregory (U. of N. '91)
sells coal at 1044 O st. See him.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and P Streets.
All University books and supplies at
tha Scarlet and Cream Btore.
Waterman's Fountain Pens, the best.
At the University "Book StOi'C. '
First class pionas at honest prices at
the Matthews Piano Co, 1120 O st.
Try Sanderson's. They have the
best shoes on earth for the money.
The Pioneer-Barber-Shop at HMto.
fc-Uth st., where you can get first-class
Every style, every size, then you
pantj yourself in Swing's Crown
All sizes and widths qf University
cvmnnsium shoes. 60c to $1.50. San-
Underwear so delicate In texture,
not that Irritable kind, at Ewlng's, 50c
to $2.50 per garment.
Your Hhlrts and collars will be done
up by hand at Yule Bros.' Laundry.
No acids used. Tel. 754. 1417 O st
Look around and you'll Bee that
Ewlng's gives the biggest values In
clothing. Only up to date novelties.
Students' reception at Grace M. E.
church, 27th and It sts , Friday even
ing, Oct. 1. Everybody welcome.
M. II. Finlay. catcher of the '01 base
ball team, is in California for his
health. He will not be in school this
Willis H. Warner. '01. has a positfon
in the chemical laboratory of the Re
public Iron and Steel company of
Jeremiah Rebman, '98, has just re
turned from the Big Horn mountains,
where he has been collecting botanical
specimens for the forestry department.
Your shirts and cuffs will not fade
so If you'll let Yule Bros.' Hand Laun
dry do them. No acids used. Tel. 754.
1517 O st.
UNIVERSITY B06K STORE
340 North Elcncnlh Street
THE SCARLET AND CREAM STORE
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets 011 sale October ." 1 1 1 to ltli inclusive, return
limit October 1 Jtli, 1 W)l.
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln .": 1 0 a. 111., arrive K:ii)m:in City I 1:40 a. m
Leave Lincoln 1 :;." p. in., arrive Kaim.is City B:3. ). m.
City Ticket Office,
Corner 10th and O Streets.
7th Street, Bet. P and Q.
AI Hoagland. '99. has Just returned
from his work at Toluca, Mont. He
bus been running track centers on the
Toluca-Cody branch of the Burling
ton. About a. dozen men are registered
for athletics. "CapTaFnMcComb spealcs
encouragingly of the efforts of some
of the new men, but feels the need of
Mr. Green of the civil engineering
department has Just returned from
New Mexico, where he has been at
work with 11 surveying party during
John Ha8tie, '99, was In the city
over Sunday. Ho waB on his way from
Wyoming to New York city, where he
will continue his medical studies in
Harry McClenaghan is attending
Princeton this year. He has a place
on the second football team and hopes
to make the first before the season
J. A. Barrett of the State Historical
society is completing a map of Ne
braska which will be used in the de
partment of American history. This
map will be the first one of its kind
and will be valuable to all schools
and colleges In the state.
To Make His Hark
A Student should use
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
For Sale by all Dealers, or
L. E. WATERMAN CO.,
'55 157 Broadway, NEW YORK. Largest Fountain Pen Manufacturers.
' In the World r. ...v
U of N Pennants
For Minnesota flame at
WILSON & HAIL'S
Booksellers ami Stationers
1128 O Street. . .
At Special Kates i
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