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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1902)
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TttE tTAlLY NEBRA8KAN.
BOWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard an4. Regula
tion in every particular. 1210 O
H. 0. THOMAS,
DR. J. R. HAGGARD. Physi
cian and Surgeon. Special atten
tion paid to diseases of iemales and
rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214
Richard6 block. Residence 13 10
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
Yule Bros. Laundry
5J4 O Street TcL 754.
Originators of the idea of sendln
r- homework satlBi'actory
fnlnmhia National Rank
w Of Lincoln, Nkmraska.
Capital, $100,00 0.0
Officers: John B.Wright, Presi-
'dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-Presi-
r dent; Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-Presi
dent; P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. 15.
Ryons, Assistant Cashier.
Every week, with choice
of routes. These excur
Friday and Saturday,
AT 1:45 P. M.
and can be joined at any
point en route.
T7V.11 r t-'.n U(.,l.r f.,..
iy J; Ull 1I11UI illtlLiuii oncuiunjf iui-
ftf" nfaied, on application to
Jli. 15., DUUQOUH) n(jcui.
Leaf lees Trees.
There are forests of leafless trees In
eomo parts of Australia. They respire,
bo to speak, through a llttlo stem, ap
parently answering the purpose of a
leaf The treo Is known as "the leaf
SPECIAL riR SALE!
$35,000 Worth of rurs to Select From.
On DECEMBER 5th and 6th will occur our
SECOND SPECIAL FUR SALE.
These coods are from the well-know firm nf Wc TT Mm i .c, P.r.
of Detroit, the largest manufacturers of Fur Garments in the
country. The reputation of this firm's goods is, that they use
only the best quality of materials and the best workmanship, and
make the goods up in the latest and most appropriate styles.
During the Two Days' Fur Sale we will offer ftnA hilf Aff
150 Short Cloth Jackets at Ullt5-Ddll UN
ii. in itroi sin imi it co.
Office PhoneL 1021.
Residence Phone, Lg25
C. W. M. POYNTER, M. D.
122 2 O SlRFKT.
Residence 349 So. 27th Street.
SISLER & LEMING -We will fill
your orders for lodge and church
socials, weddings, etc. We make
all kinds of Fruit Ices. Brick Ice
Cream 30 cents per brick. Give us
a trial order. 107 N. 13th Street.
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Pay up your subscription.
Eat at the Newport today.
Eat at the Good Health Cafe.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O Btreet.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
C. E. Brown, dentist. Burr block.
Eat at Hondry's. 129 North Eleventh.
Ye olde Smoke House. No. 1207 O St.
Don't wait to have the circulator see
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
Call Forbes' carriages, 1125 P street.
Mr. E. H. Clark, of the registrar's
office, went to Omnha yesterday.
The Pershing Rifles presented John
Uhl, janitor of the armory, with a tur
MIbs Virginia Athens, who Is now
teaching at Prairie Home, spent
Thanksgiving In Lincoln.
Guy nnd Cary Cooper, of Humboldt,
were guests at tho Alpha Cheta Chi
house during tho vacation.
R. W. Emerson, who went to Min
neapolis to attend the horticulture con
vention, returned yesterday.
K. E. Thompson, a sophomore In the
School of Medicine, has left school on
acconnt of troublesome eyes.
Procure your tickets for "David Gar
rick." The play will be given Thurs
day evening, December 11.
Don't wait to be Invited to subscribe
or pay up.
Call on tho circulator about your
If you can't And the circulator, come
to tho office.
C C. A. Tucker, Jeweler, 1123 O St..
for Holiday presents. Dependable
goods at less price than elsewhere.
The open drill of the Pershing Rifles
has been postponed one week and will
take place Thursday, December 11, at 8
Dr. H. J. Lehnhoff, '97, Fraternity
building, Thirteenth and M.
Fiegenbaum's pharmacy, northwest
corner. Thirteenth and O streets.
University girls are invited to the Y.
W. C. A. dining room, 310 South 12th
At 1229 N street a furnished room
for two, $5 per month.
The R. and C. Barber shop, 1141 O
street, is the finest in the city. Seven
1,000 Sample handkerchiefs at Icbb
than wholesales prices at The Famous,
1029 O street.
The Campus View boarding house,
410 North Twelfth street, can accom
modate a few more boarders.
Halr-dresslng, manicuring shampoo
ing and scalp treatment at Llndell
halr-dresslng parlors. 1236 M St.
A. L. Hopkins, of Oakdale, who has
a large collection of Indian relics and
curios in the Historical society rooms,
was a visitor at the university Monday.
An informal reception wa3 held at
the home of Miss Hargreaves last night
by tho fraternity girls in honor of Miss
F'axson. national secretary of the Y.
W. C. A.
Joel Stebbins, '99, who took his A. M.
here In 1900 In astronomy, Is working
fora Ph. D. in the same subject at the
Lick observatoiy of the University of
A few days ago Mr. Sheldon, of the
botany department, prepared a paper
bn the plant diseases of Nebraska dur
ing 1902 for the United States depart
ment of agriculture.
The Phi Beta Phis have given several
receptions and informal parties dur
ing the past week In honor of Miss Ja
net Thorpe, who Is to bo married this
month to Mr. Ralph Drain.
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Sold only by Harley Drug Co.rlltjiand 0 Streets
STUDENTS' BARBER SHOP.
John Marshall has been the
Students' favorite barber for eight
years. Now with
MARSHALL & RICHARDS,
139 So. 13th Street.
Teeth filled without pain
OR. A. B. AYRES,
A liberal discount to students.
141 So. 12T11 St., - Lincoln, Ned
Ross Electric Co.
Electric Supplies, Window
Lighting, Dynamos and Motors,
Electric Signs, Gas, Electric
and Combination Fixtures.
122 N. i4th St. - Tel. 374.
1601 D St, - PJiojie 2U
Shirts, 4c. Collars. 1 l-2c.
Nothiug Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor.
"The Biggest Sensation Every
Colapsablc Pocket Stereoscope
The smallest Stereoscope with the
strongest optical effect. Highly
finished in different colors with rich
gold and silver decorations (mount
ings). Including 2Q V. F. Bhoto
grafms. Views of art (genre).
PRICE ONLY $1. 00. Sent every
where prepaid in letter form.
MUPUT STEREOSCOPE CO.
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