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. THE DAILY NEBBASKAN.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
, Ed Young, PIPES.
Dr. Caso MoMurbry Blk.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Munson's restaurant, 1418 O at.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Buy your millinery at tho EamouB.
$1.25 kid gloves 98c at Tho Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
Woodward, occullst, Rlcharda
Oyster soup 5c today at Francis
Don Cameron's-lunch counter, 114 So.
No ololbiiiR fits liko ours.' Ewing
1115-1117 O hi.
Furnishings that arc strictly up-to-date
Pianos at honest prices
Matthews Piano Co.
See Westerfleld for tho latest Uni.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th st.
P. J. "Wohlonburg. 128 So. 11th
street. Cigars, pipes and canes.
Ewing Clothing Co. are sole agents
for Hawes $3 guaranteed hats.
Charles B. Gregory
sells coal at 1044 0 st.
(U. of N. '91)
E. E. Brackett '01 is instaHinK a
now electric light plant at Clay Con
Elmer Brackott '01 Is working with
the Electric Light Co., t Clay
Ladles 'Black Viol Ropo RtltClrcd
extension solo shoos for $3 at orklns
& Sheldon, 1129 O St.
A new Gurloy reconnaissance tran
sit has arrived for tho use of the
railroad surveying class.
Clyde MacMaster '01 went through
Lincoln on- his way to Chicago to
aooept a polatlon with a drug firm.
You can have vour juundry dono up
bJL and at regular ra,teflAtLuiO-J3rQfi.
1514 O street. "Thoy uso no aolds."
You must en to tho ricut Dlacer for
just .the right thing In clothes. Ew-
tho right place Prices all right.
Lot us show "you the attraotlv
pattern in High Art Clothing. Ew-
r.i ing I'rices will pruvu equuny uuuiuu-
Try our Rich Hill Lump for heating
at $4.50 per ton. It la the best coal
there la. Give it a trial. Union Fuel
Co., 1014 O at.
Hugh Cook, a member of last year's
foot-ball team and an interna lttant
student In Civil Engineering. Is a
division enlgneor on tho construction
of an olectrlo railway between Toledo
and Dayton, O. As he is in charge
pi a 40-mUo division bo will probably
'nob bo baok next semester, k
Y. M. C. A. STUDENT DIRECTORY.
Those who havo not reported thejr
city addresses to the registrar should
do so at once. Any change In the ad
dress which has not been reported
should be made' at once. Tho Y. M.
C. A. directory will be issued soon and
it Is important that addresses should
All students whoso credits havo not
been satisfactorily adjusted or who
may have advanced credit from high
schools and academies should consult
the University examiner as aoon as
convenient. Ofllce hours, 11:30 to
12:30, in Dean's room, U. 104.
JAS. T. LEES.
NOTICE TO FRESHMEN.
Owing to'.the Inability ! of tho
chairman to ascertain who aro
freshmen, It will bo necessafyfor all
rreshmon to register, at a place pro
vided for tho same In the lowor hall
of University nail during tho follow
Friday from 10:00 am. until 5:00
Monday Trom 10:00 am. until 2:30
This Is necessary and only those
who havo registered will bo allowed
Uy order of the chairman.
Tho rowrltten arguments, duo at
tlio meeting of the class yesterday
afternoon, 'should bo ln Mr. Foggs
open box in tho Univoristy post-ofllce
not lator than 2 o'clock this after
noon. There will bo no meeting of tho 3
o'clock section of English II today.
Messrs. bcbuyleman, James, Peters
ana KooblorJ aro appointed principal
speakers for tho November 25 debato.
Thoy will please confer with tho In
structor tills afternoon at 2 o'cljck
in U. 200.
M. M. FOGG.
NOTICE TO SENTORSTDTO
I wish to confer with overy senior
with roferonco to his University cred
its. Ploaso brintr your "credit
books" to tho Dean's Ofllce. Room
104, University Hall, and seo me If
possible between 11:30 and 12 o'clock
any mornincr within tho next week.
In caso you cannot como at this hour,
leavo your "credit book" with the
CHARLES E. BESSEY,
A meeting of tho DobaJJnjjAssQcl
atlonls called for Tuesday evening
Oct. 29, tlmo 7:30. Meeting will be
hold In the old chapel. " "
Mablo Gullo. Mary Benedict and
Ralph Soarles attended the Christian
Endeavor convention held in Omaha
October 26-20-27. Thoy were dele
gates from tho Second Presbyterian
The Daily Nebraskan
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Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 21, 1901.
Are these poems REAL poetry? Moat 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.
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full information as to its Climate, Resources and
the best -way tg get there
City Ticket Office!
Corner 10th and O Streets.
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mado friends In those early
days It Is making them now,
on account of Its superior ser
vice and superb equipment
and quick trains.
For full information call on
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Agents for Spalding, Vic
tor and D. & M. Goods. .
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Y, M, G. A. BARBER SHOP
.He knows how to do it right.
"DRnr S7 DAVIS,
Eye Exaalacd Free, Prices RecsosaMe
1238 O Street, LW'
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS.
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