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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ed. Young, News.
Colors at Tho Co-Op.
Pennants at Tho Co-Op.
Megaphones at Tho Co-Op.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Football buttons at Tho Co-Op.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Munson's restaurant, 1418 O Bt.
Steele, tho furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Tho Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st.
Tho Univ. Book Store, 340 No. 11th.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
Full line of Regent $3.50 shoes, Sandersons.
$3.00 will buy a first class shoo at
Students' groups a sneclalty at Bass'
Studio, 1026 O st.
Guy Cowglll Is entertaining his
mother this week.
Geo. Constancer's now flvo-chalr bar
ber Bhop at 101Q O st.
Soo Wosterfleld for the latest Unl.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th at.
Mr. Slmms of Hastings Is visiting
his Beta Theta PI brothers.
Ewlng Clothing Co. for clothes that
vsult you financially and mentally.
Sweaters of every kind from 50c to
50 line at Ewing's. All colors.
Do you want to rent a piano? Qo
Matthews Piano Co., 1120 O st.
Dr. Henry of Omaha is visiting with
3 Sigma Alpha Epstlon fraternity.
Miss Flora Malno, School of Music
Is doing graduate work under Mr.
Chas. Mann visited a few days with
his Phi Gamma Delta brothers tho
first of the week.
Miss Margery Kimball Is spending a
few days at Beatrice visiting with
J Miss Florence Flsk.
All University boys who have tho
pm, price wear "Walk-Over" shoes. For
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y'rWUlO Uilljr Ub yvwuoloi tx, uugcio.
mhri nnmM rt "Kmv XfanlrAi nn1 TW?.
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iLlndorman have been proposed for
tynemborship in the Dellan society.
I $T5cIvise our readers to place their
LLxers for coal or 'wood, with tho
vVon Fuel Co., 1014 O st. They aro
Buy your sIiocb at Sandersons.
Square meals at Francis Bros.
Handkorchiof sale at Tho FamouB.
Tho regular Saturday redtalB bo
gin this week.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and P Streets.
any kind, any grade at Ewing's.
Try Sanderson's. They havo tho
best shocB on earth for tho money.
Charles B. Gregory (U. of N. 91)
sells coal at 1044 O st. See him.
STUDENTS. Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at Tho Famous, 1029 O.
kou pay too much to have your un-
,.wear washed. Try Yule Bros. Hand
itundry. They don t tear clothes
k?her. 1617 0 at.
B. & T. havo got some "kids" that
you would appreciate. $1 per pair.
The University B'ook Store, 340 No.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
"Sorosls" shoes for University girls
aro the best( For sale only at Web
ster & Rogers.
Don't forget Ewlng has a full lino
of Way's mufflerB. TJiey aro nice for
cold weather. '
Pants. The celebrated "Crown" pan
taloon at Ewing's. They fit. They
wear and give you only tho beBt satisfaction.
Miss Jessica Morgan, '01, of Hebron
has left her homo for an extended
eastern trip. She will adopt tho lite
rary profession on hor return.
C. C. Northrop of McCook arrived
In Lincoln Monday, Oct. 14, and will
visit his University friends for a few
days. He is on his way to St. Louis.
C. T. Shear, '97, now of tho division
of agrostology, in Washington, D. 0.,
has Just published a largo report on
the work done by his division since its
organization, about ten years ago. It
Is in tho form of a profusely illus
Professor Bessoy would very much
like to find a stenographer enough ac
quainted with botany as to bo able to
take dictation involving scientific
termB. 'TnuB far the professor has
failed to "find that person, hence is his
MacMillan & Co. are soon to publish
a book on Shakespeare, written by Dr.
L. A. Sherman. Dr. Sherman is an
acknowledged authority on Shake
speare interpretation and this book
will undoubtedly prove a valuable con
tributlon to Shakespearian literature.
AN ARTISTIC POSTER FREE.
Send us your name on a postal card and
we will mail to you free a new brilliantly
colored Washburn poster (size 12x18
inches). This poster is the creation of
the Viking's Head Studio, and' has btert
pronounced exceedingly bright and
clever. It represents a pastoral scene, a
rabbit enamored of the music of n
mandolin. Write today, this offer may
not appear "again.
LYON & HEALY, 17 Adams St., Chicago.
Makers ol the World-Famoui-Washburn
Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos and Zithers.
Exclusive SPORTING GOODS HOUSE
Agents for Spalding, Victor
and D. & M. goods.
Largo Stock, Low Pricos. Soo Sidles tho
Sporting Goods Man,
H. E. SIDLES CYCLE CO., 1304 0 ST.
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. Largost Fountain Pen Manufacturers
In tho World
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on sale October 5th to 12th inclusive, return
limit October 14th, 1001.
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln .r: 10 ft. m., arrive Kanaan City 11:40 a. in.
Leave Lincoln l:3f p. in., arrive Kansas City 8:35 p. m.
City Ticket Office,
Corner ioth and O Streets.
7th Street, BetLP And Q.
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