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THE t)AILT HEBRA8KAK.
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Wood and Coal
SCHAUPP & HURD,
Office: 119 South 12 St. Phones, 382-793-795.
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Local and Personal.
Bat at Hendry'B, 129 N. llth.
"pwR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. Ma;
JL Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South
r ISthStreoL Telephone 618.
P. DAVIS. D. D. 8., Dentist.
Undpe and Crown work. Oflice
room 7. ov. r Rock Island ticket oftloe.
Compliments of the
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the University students. Football
team especially invited to call and en
joy a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exercise Club rnt.n trlvnn
John H. Cain, Propr., 134 South Tentn.
When in need of tailoring, repairing
-or clean inf in th clothing line that
C. EHLERS !sthe man
For the benefit of those new students
-who dont know, his address is north
west cor llth and O, room 4, up stairs
Uncalled For Shirts
HARPER, Tho Shirt Makor, 1012 O St.
be sure it is right in price,
too, from G. R. Wolf fe Co.
1039 O Street
A Close Shave
A It air cut, or any thing else
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
I wish to know you.
1 wihIi you la know my work.
For this rfeusou I will give your
dental woik ut ubout hulf the usual
rates for sixty duys.
DU. A. B. AYERS, 127 S. Twelfth.
MillAPn will make
J mil OC UU. your cloths,
clean your smtswith lAim.
A 1222 0 Street. Phone A072 4
D. C. DePUTROH
DR7Ji Si IICNAYf lencr.HM mdt orr
h.ilU 5,000 etso'f teeth. A ood .ct at
DlHllSll teeth, 1500. M-K Gold crown i
inil rt O4ror Bllver filllnp jo cenU and
1214 U OHolli up. Gold filW li.oo and
llliPni U UP- Teeth extracted without paut
NCDnAoMi HMO Street.
81.25 kid gloves, 98c at The Famous.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
Steele, the furrier, 143 d. 12th st.
Buy your underwear at The- Famous.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Itich'ds blk.
Bass Photograph ic Studio. 1020 O
Street. Isono better.
Bargain Ralo on shoes at Webster. &
Robert Graham, '98, was married
In.Arapanoo Dec. 29, to Miss Ellvlra
E. R. Gibson, instructor or sciences
in tho Fremont High School was In
attendance at tho Teacher's Associa
tion. Go to the Matthews Pinno Co , for
sheet muttic and supplies. 1120 O
MIks Flnronce'McGahPY of'tho Unl
vorslty has been electea Instructor
of mathematics in tho Plattsmuuth
Miss Josephine Poynter entertain
ed tho Trl Dolts on Frldayartornoon
In honor of. Miss Katharine Lummery
an undergraduate .member of that
You ought ti get fuel that will cive
you the mot heat for the money. Thut
being the cabe go to tho Union Fuel
( ompany and buy either coal, wood or
coke at the lowest prices. 1014 O
F. E. Edgerton, '00, Principle of
tho" Fremont High bcool and Miss
Comwell. instructor In tue samo
place wore In Llncolndnring tho
last week at" tho Teacnor's Associa
tion. p.elta Delta" Delta was entertained
Thursday "afternoon by MIbs Eoia
Auld In honor of Miss "Katherinfl
Lummory, of Fullerton, who has
boon visiting her sorority slHters dur
ing tho holidays. Progressive logo
machy, social chat andmuHlo passed
away the aftornoon. An elaborate
lunoheun was served at five o'clock.
The Misses Gere entertained tho
aluinane chapter of Kappa Kappa
Gamma at their house on Monday
evening. Tho entertalment consist
ed in chlldi-en's games and pasttlmes
In which the guests entered
with undoubted enjoyment and de
light. Those present were arrayed In
children's costumes and thoroughly
enjoyed their return to tho realm of
Of course you'll have to Keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Tho Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
A. H. Staloy. '01, wrb soon at tho
University last Thursday.
T. O. Rinkor, '01, was In atton
danco at tho teachera' covontlon.
Noia Uutlor spent vacation with
nor couslti Bessie Butlor at Gonera.
A. C. Leo, 01', came up from Beat
rice last woek to attend tho teachers'
Helen Strooter has ircturried to tho
University after anabsonco of fca
Ed." Rowe, principal "of tho Ran
dolplfHigh School,' visited UnlTor
sltyfrlonds Wednesday ana Thursday
of last week.
Frud Kolly. of tho Senior Annual
Board, reports stoady progress of tho
annual and Bays It will bo out about
tho middle of March.
P. . Cullen, last year astudent
atTtiuTUnivorsilv, hur. ri'iw teach
ing at Valentine, attended tho meet
ings of tho Toachors' Association.
Is on Again
Wilson & Hall,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
U33 O STREET.
6a noting' s Pharmacy
(Successor to H. O. Hanna.)
Drugs, Druggist's Sundrlts f
1400 O Street LINCOLN, NED
Cleaned or Dyed
At MANN'S, 1322 0 Street
Which commenced last
Thursday morning Jan
uary 2d will close next
Saturday evening Jan
It has been the most
successful sale we have
ever made and we ex
pect it to so continue to
Of 20 Per Cent
From the regular price
is what we are giving
on every article in our
store except a few un
A Good Time
To buy all the cold
ypu will need this
season. Come and see
Miller & Paine
Eleventh and O Streets
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