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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!!.
Preparations of All Kinds are Being Hade for Com
I am prepared to make you a Suit on short notice and at a short price. Fvery pattern in my spring
stock must go. Many students have told me they would like to buy Clothes of me if they could af
ford it. Well, here is your chance. Notice th'-sc prices and remember that every Suit is made
67 Suit Patterns, Cheviots, Worsted Cheviots, Flannels, etc., worth $35.00, your choice,
76 Suit Patterns, Worsteds, Homespuns, Cheviots, extra quality Flannels, etc., worth $40.00
your choice -----------
44 Suit Patterns- of finest Imported Woolens of all kinds, including the famous -'Cooper"
goods, worth every cent of $45.00, your choice for -
Kemembei that you not only have the best cloth in the city to select from, but your suit will be made
by the best of Unicn Journeymen Tailors, right here at home. Trimmed and finished the same as
if you paid regulai prices. 1 have always endeavored to make the best Clothes in the city and I
expect this sale to be the best advertised I ever had. Fvery Suit will make friends foi
. -huuo dtecL -" '- 0-Jt-
N B Sile began Mondaij. Miij 'A(3, lQO Gomo oarhj
The ('uii)ii 1'iwific mis the first line
to introduce Dining Cars. Vestihul
ed Cars. Steam I lent, I'intscli l.ilit
1 In fTt-L Smolcinjr and Lilirury Cars,
Tourist Cars, on Ti ans-Conl inental
Trains, west of he Missouri Itiver.
IT AGAIN LEADS
by introdueiiiK' an Kleetrie Lighted
Train tlirouhout. "The Overland
Limited," with Compartinei.t Cars,
having H'eetrte Lamps. Mleetrie
Willis, Kloetrie ( urlin Iron Heat,
erh, Telephone Serviee, ete.; Dining
Rooms with Kleetrie Candeiahra
ltiith Koiiins, Itarher Shops, Cireu
lating Libraries, ete.
The ears comprising this train
constitute the highest anl best de
velopment of ear construction and
of comfortable and luxurious
This famous train reaches Salt
L'lUe City 1'.' hours and San l'Yun
ciseo 1(5 hours ahead of ifll competi
tors. Full information cheerfully fur
nished 011 application to
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
The Thomas Bowling
Alley, 1210 O St.
Is the popular resort of Lin
coln. If you are not a bowler,
get in line.
HAYWAIll) HICPUHLICAN CLUB
All republican students are requested
to meet in university hall at 1:30 Wed
nesday afternoon for the election of
officers for the Hay ward Republican
H. W HARHOR. President
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have formed a corporation
under the statutes of the state of Ne
braska The name of the corporation
shall be The University Publishing
Company The principal place of busi
ness of siu h corporation shall be at
the city of Lincoln, Luncaster county,
Nebraska. The general nature of the
business to be transacted shall be the
printing, publishing and selling of
books and periodicals, and the manu
facture and sale of school furniture
and supplies of all kinds. The amount
of capital stock authorized shall be
$20,000, fully paid and divided into 20
shares of $100 each. The time of ex
istence of such corporation shall be
fifty years from the 1st day of May,
1902. The highest amounUof indebted
ness or liability to which such corpor
ation shall at any time subject itself
Bhall be 25 per cent of the capital
stock. The affairs of the corporation
are to be conducted by a board of di
rectors, elected annually by the stoek
J. W. CRABTRELO,
GEO. L. TOWNS.
IK DOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, (Jenerml Steamship AkoiiU. Long
persujiul tcturlun uxperitmce, AW South Clnrk St.
BEFORE LEA AG
Clothe ourstlf with new
style Clothing and up-to-date
Furnishings. Hear in mind
that F wings, 1 1 15-1 1 1 7 () St.
hae the late creations in
Clothes, Shirts, Shirt Waists,
.Belts, Fancy Hose. No new
novelty art but what ou'll
Etoimj Qlothimj (Jo.,
1 1 15-1 1 17 O St, LINCOLN, NKH.
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"AH work and no play makes Jack a
dull boy." Tho college band of 44 pieces
and the various classes alternate in gi vine
monthly entertainments including musi
cal, literary and social features.
of Dental Surgery
(Deatal Department of Like Forest University.)
Tivcnty-first Annual Course
of instruction will begin Oct. 1st, 1902. In
order to complete the course of instruction
in three years it is necessary to enter the
coming session 1902-1903 ns a four year
course will bo required thereafter. For
illustrated catalogue address
DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY, Dean.
Wood &. Harrison Sts., Chicago.
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