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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1903)
THE DAILY NEBRASAN.
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PRESCOTT MUSIC CO.
Exclusive Piano and Organ House
138 and 140 South 12th Street
PIANOS- HAZELTON BROS., New York
HOBART M. CABLE, Chicago!
PRESCOTT, Concord, N. H., and
ORGANS The Matchless BURUETT, New
FINE PIANO TUNING. AWT Send for our Special Prices on
Pianos and Organs.
Local and Personal
Columbia National Bank
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Officers: John B.Wright, Presi
dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-Presi
dent; Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-Presi
dent; P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B
Ryons, Assistant Cashier.
DR. J- R- HAGGARD. Physi
cian and Surgeon. Special atten
tion paid to diseases of females and
rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214
Richards block. Residence 13 10
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
Teeth filled without pain
DR. A. bTaYRES,
A libera discount to students.
141 So. 12 in St., - Lincoln, Neb
BOWLING ALLEY 8
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 1210 O
H. C. THOMAS,
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Street Tel. 754.
Originators of the Idea of sending:
borne work satisfactory
INTEBGOLLEGIATE BUICEAU OF
00TKELL & LEONARD, Albany, N. Y.
Makors of the CAPS
GOWNS and HOODS
to Univ. of Nebraska.
Univ. of Minnesota,
Univ. of Chicago,
Univ. of Omaha, Cor
nell, Tale, Harvard,
Stanford, U. of P.,
Welesley, fiyrn Mawr and the others.
Illustrated bulletin, samples, etc-, upon
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Masquerade suits at Ludwlg's.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O Btreet
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
C. E. Brown, dentist Burr block.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 North Eleventh.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 So.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh rind O.
Dr. Ketchum, Oculist, Richards'
block. Glasses fitted and guaranteed.
Paul Butler has gone home for a
few days, because of the death of his
Miss Clara Edholm has resigned her
office as vice president of the Dellan
H. A. Alexander Is in Boston at
present, doing library work, of which
he Is making a great success.
A late addition to the new books Is
one entitled "The English Village
Community," by F. Seebohm.
The R. & C. barber shop, 1144 O St.
Seven chairs. The finest In the city.
Neatly furnished rooms, and board,
at 123G T street. Gentlemen preferred.
Mrs. O A. Jost.
$3 00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 13th St.
Students are cordially invited.
Mr. Clark has recovered from his
attack of the mumps and Ib at work
again in the registrar's office.
Melvln Price, instructor In drawing,
Ib convalescing rapidly and expects to
meet his classes Wednesday.
Miss Alice McComber was called to
MInden, her home, on account of the
serious illness of her father.
Little Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St. We
have a large student patronage.
Townsend Is making an exhibit of
college pictures at his Elite gallery.
Miss Bertha Shidler has returned
from Chicago, where she was brides
maid at a wedding.
Our basket ball players do not throw
enough goalB. More practice will over
come this deficiency.
MIsb Vera Myers left for her home
nt David City Monday evening on ac
count of the Illness of her father.
Misses Gregg, Finley, Elizabeth
Meier and Emma Meier spent Sunday
at Cheney as the guests of Mr. Green-amyre.
The new officers of the Union Soci
ety gave an entertainment Friday even
ing, which proved to be very enter
taining and successful.
The Short Story Seminar will meet
in two dlvlBlonB next semester. The
clasB was too large to be handled In
a satisfactory manner.
Lloyd Kllllan, of Wahoo, a former
student of the University, visited
friends on the campus last Friday. Ho
was the guest of the Sigma Alpha.
The state farm has a very fine dis
play of grains, fruits and pictures of
the farm and work done there In the
large north show windows of Miller &
The engagement of Mr Earl Mc
Creery and Miss Mabel Johnson has
been announced Both nre former
University students, prominent In fra
Miss Ethel and Louise Tukey, for
mer University students, will leave
next week for an extended trip east,
which will last until June. They will
visit New York, Washington and
New England points.
.The Agricultural Association, Which
meets In Lincoln thiB week has a cata
logue booklet out entitled "Organized
Agriculture." This book contains the
programs of all meetings and speakers
during the whole convention.
EVERY THURSDAY AND
0nlV $5-00 for a Double Berth an
$40-00 for a R. R. Ticket
Lincoln to Los Angeles
Call and get full information.
Depot, 9th and P Streets. City
Office, 10th and O Streets.
Meals 15c and Upwards
E. J. FRANCIS,
Successor to f BANOIS BB0S., Prop'r.
121 North 11th Street.
Anyono Bending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
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tlona atrlctlr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent
aeiit free. Oldest agency for aecunngpatonta.
Patent taken through Munn A Co. receive
Uncial notice, without charge. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir
culation of any eclontlOo Journal. Terms, $3 a
year; four months. SL Sold by all newsdealers.
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ngton, I). 0.
The students and instructors at the
state farm have been granted a week's
vacation in order that they may attend
the State Agricultural convention.
which is to be held in Lincoln this
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