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TilK DAILY NKBRASKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ed Young, PIPE8.
Colors at The Co-Op.
Pennants at The Co-Op.
Megaphones at The Co-Op.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Football buttons at The Co-Op.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Munson's restaurant, 1418 O st.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Buy your millinery at the Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st.
Bass' StUdio, 102C 0 st. None better.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
Miso Archibald of Lincoln is pledged
to Pi Beta Phi.
Geo. Constancor's new flvo-chair bar
ber shop at 1010 O st.
See Westerfleld for the latest Unl.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th st.
Ewing Clothing Co. are sole agents
for Hawos $3 guaranteed hats.
George Shidler spent Saturday and
Sunday in Fairbury. visiting friends.
Union suits for men and boys at
Ewing'B. Prices lowest; quality un
excelled. All University boys who have tho
price wear "Walk-Over" shoes. For
sale only at Webstor & Rogers.
Do you wear gloves? Havo you
seen the lino Ewlng's are showing.
See the case in front of store.
Bradshaw is a new man for the
weights. He came out Friday for the
first time, but has good form for tho
Boys have you seen those $3.00 blu
chers, mado of best Box Calf and welt
ed soles at Perkins & Sheldon's, 1123
The Y. W. C. A. gave a taffy party
at its pleasant rooms last Friday
night. The attendance was good, about
slxty-flvo girls being present.
H. B. Duncanson, '90, professor of
botany and zoology In the Nebraska
State Normal school, was a visitor at
the botanical department Friday.
Instructions were sent out from the
executive offlce to be reaiL, before
classes asking the students to aid In
keeping the campus neat and calling
attention to the waste boxes which
have been put up.
A great amount of material was re
ceived yesterday' by the chemical de
partment It consists of beakers, re
torts and general supplies. Several
hundred dollars have been expended
recently by the department for supplies.
Buy your Bhoes at Sandersons.
any kind, any grade at Ewlng's.
Charles B. Gregory (U. of N. '91)
soils coal at'1044 O st. See him.
STUDENTS. Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at Tho Famous, 1029 O.
B. & T. have got some "kids" that
you would appreciate $1 per pair.
For Studonts Those now $3 ovals
and $4 panels at Bass Studio, 1026 O.
"Sorosls" Bboes for University girls
are the bost. For sale only at- Web
stor & Rogers.
Don't forget Ewjng has a full lino
of Way's mufflers. They aro nlco for
Try our Trenton Lump, only $6 per
ton. A good clear hot coal. Union
Fuel Co.. 1014 O St.
The Long, The Short, The Fat, The
Lean men get their pantaloons at
Ewing's. All prices. Fit guaranteed.
Theodore Slmms departed the latter
part of last week for Philadelphia,
where ho and his mother will reside
during the winter.
N. M. Graham, '01, principal of
South Omaha schools, was electod vice
president of tho association of super
intendents and principals of this state.
The Indian display in the State
Historical society rooms is now open
to the public. It is an exceedingly flno
display and all people interested In
such things should see it.
Mr. Carver, an old University stu
dent and football player, Is on the
campus visiting friends. He Is con
siderably heavier than when he was
here, which fact creates numerous
Jokes at his expense.
Professor B'cssey is rejoicing over
the receipt of a long-delayed book,
Button's Manual of Botany, for which
his classes have been waiting for a
long time. It was announced as In
the press last year, but did not ap
pear until this fall. It is the first
manual to cover the whole of Ne
braska. Quite frequently applications for
teachers come to the recorder and to
Dr. Luckcy of tho education depart
ment. One came laBl week from a
normal school In South Dakota. A
graduate of the University was pre
ferred, one who had had experience In
teaching and who could teach Latin
and German. Some dlfiloulty is being
had In finding the right person.
Miss Charlotte Spurk entertained u
few friends with an Informal dancing
party Saturday evening at her home
on Lincoln Heights. Miss Spurk
in Kansas. -Her guests were: Misses
Reeves, Hartsough, Spurk, Syford,
Spurk and EvanB; Messrs. Hansflold,
Prescott, R. D. Andreson, W. E. An
dreson, Paul Andreson, Spurk and
At Special Rates in
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Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 21, 1001.
Are these poemA REAL poetry? Most certainly,
for they have come out of the heart of the poet, and the
thought is the thought of the people and of the race. All
come as a message, sometimes almost divine, out of the heart
only to find a lodgment in the heart. That indefinable
something which characterizes all true poetry and all divin
ely gifted poets is clearly found in Tumble Weeds.
Arc you Going to
Call and get Printed Matter that will give you
full information as to its Climate, Resources and
the best way to get there.
City Ticket Office,
Corner 10th and O Streets.
You should have a good
WriteRight. We have
. ae-veraL JdndsWater
man's Ideal, Parker's,
A college pen for 75c.
A $2.00 Paul E Wirt
for 1.25 none better
WILSON & HALL,
BookelIer5 and Stationers,
1123 O STREET.
Br. Sfcttaulcer's Private tissual.
Special attention gfren to diseases of womea:
ami ail eurgjcai.aiseasea. i-rar examination
with no discomfort or Injury to patient Ev
erjthitf as homelikeas possible. Hoard arid
room reasonable. .
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Agents for Spalding, Vic,
tor and D. & M. Goods . .
Large Stock Inn J n QT
Low Prices lull 4 U 01,
7th Street, Bet. P and Q.
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&L' tor, lhe ?t?de?. ot " Present and
for the Ko iorrirl) with hapegt also forth?
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