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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1904)
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A, G. Spalding & Bros.
Largos! Manufacturers in Iho World
of Official Athlotlo Supplies.
od by A O.Rpald
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Urn Ix'Ht thnt cam
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ducod ; thoy tire of
thoy hnvo Rtood
tho tout for over
twcnty-eJglit yt'Am, rind iiro uhM by nil lnter
eollotflnto, IntPrwholastle mid prominent fool
bull tonmH of tho country No oxpoiiflo 1b spared
In making tlio goodH bonrltiK tho Spnldlng
Trad-Mnrk us near porfoct tin It In poRnlblo to
frodnoo n mnmifooturod nrtlc- unci If It bears
hU mark of perfection It la tho bout.
&PALDINU'S OFFICIAL FOOT BALL
IDS. Edited by Wnltor Camp. Contains
thn NEW RULES FOH 100. Special articles
ou the frame. It Ih, In fact, n complete on
oyclopedla of the km mo . Prlco 10 cents .
61'ALIJINW'S HOW TO CLAY FOOT BALL.
Utedby WuIterCamp Newly rovlsinl for 1004.
adoubtedly the bent look ever imhllHhod on
on the gnme, for It eontalns nil u beginner
should know, and many IntcrcHtliiK facts for
Ias ninerlonn-d player Price 10 cents.
"If It portftlnn to athletlcH, wo make It."
A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.
sw York Ohloairo St. Louis
lllnduluhln San Franclnco Knnmui Cit-r
JmiTnlo Denver Washlnnto
ston Bultlmoro Pittuhnrtr
llnnospolls Montreal, Can. London, Eng.
Bona ror a copy or HpaldlnK's Full and
"Winter Sports Catalogue. It's frea.
Dr. J. J. Davi5
Spectacles and Eyeglasses Fitted to Relieve
Headaches and Eye Strain.
1222 O Street Auto Phone 302 I , Rcildeoct 2818
E. E. MANN
Carries a full line cf
A. A. WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
And also Repairs Them.
117 North Elovonth Lincoln
(V. of n. '9D
i-".. Zw Coal man
NO. 1044 O STREET
Propin loi of
Lit tit- drm Hot
Wallli sand Fine
Mi id mid
I 17-12 I North I i
lme a size every quarter of an inch
Tlijs kincs olio n rhaiice to heciire
that perfect lit and Hit which marks
tlie well nuide collar anil the well
11 e h t of
The onl dillerence is in the quality
in all else they arc alke.
Makers of Cluett nnd Monarch Shirts
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Chaillo Mohrmnn, '01, Ih visiting nt
Hie Sigma C'lil house this week.
See Firming, 1211 0 street, about
jour Jewelry; Bpec-ial attention to rc
palrlng M. P. Campbell or Lead, S I) , was
lsltlng old unhcrslty friends on the
Tlie Medical society will meet Fri
day evening In M. :tf) 1 . Fifteen men
are to be taken in membership
The ncademy football team will go
to Weeping Water Saturday to play
the Archer Rides clown of that city
Room 102 in Mechanic Aits Hall,
which has been used as a store room,
Is being fitted up for class use
A new vacuum gage testing machine
has been set up by the students In
the mechanical engineering depart
ment. A new electric motor has been set
ill) in the electric engineering depart
ment to run the machinery when the
power Is down
The department of zoology has added
a number of biological models to its
equipment, together with a new case
to contain them
The class In systematic botan of
seed plants numbers twentv-one. and
Is the largest class in tlie history of
Twenty-fhe students are taking
work in the department of forestry
There aie four classes, whose niember-
"-hip aggregates thirty-two.
The cii engineering instruments
which hae formerly occupied M 10
liae been placed in a rack in the hall
outside and the room is being fitted up
for ( enient testing
F.rnest nesse ,(.H ret tuned to Wash
ington Monday 'lfter a weeks i-it in
Lincoln He will resume his work in
the division of plant pathology and
will prohnhlv he -ent pouth on certain
Tarl Hessey. M.t7 and 'i!t lelt Sunday
for Chicago He is now with the West
ern Fleet ric Company. While in I in
eoln he inspected the univetsitv elec
trical clejinrtinent. from which he
graduated in ''If).
I L. Harter. '0.'!. for the past year
in tiie employ of the United States de
partment of agriculture, is islting
botanical friends in I im-oln He has
pent the last few months in Arizona
and is now on his wav back to Wash
ington He gave a talk to the botanv
students on Tuesday moinlng coiwern
iiig his work, and the preparation
necesvuv to enter (he go eminent
serv ic e
In the September "lteiioit of the
Climate and Crop Ser ice of the United
Stale's Weatlu-r Iliiuonu- Fdward A
Hessev. U) and Carl &- Hessey. '!)7,
publish an article on "I King Ther
mometers." in which they record their
Tibservations on the tree cricket for the
past six or seven years This cricket
chirps quite Loinmonly in summer anil
autumn evenings and tliev find that
the rapidity of chirping is dhectly pro
poitional to the temperature It is
ely easy 4-o tell the exact temperature
bv counting the chirps, and applying
the formula which they give.
Cowgirl. Mining Olrl and other pos
ter pictures for room decorations.
I arge wire card racks to hold photo
graphs, lfic each The Lincoln TJook
I unch without meat. Good Health
If you got it at Armstrong's, It's
Meals or Lpnch Good Health Cafe.
Chapin Bros . Florlrts. 127 So. 13th.
For Furs see Steele, 113 S. 12th St.
Dr. W. E. Jack, Dentist, 1301 -O fit.
Is The Only Line Landing:
you at the
Hound trip rates from Omaha are as follows:
?8 Til) sold daily exec (it Friday and Saturday, good seven days.
$13.80 sold daily, good fifteen clays
The Wabasn is tlie only line that lands pnFsengers at the main
entrance of Hie World's Fair Grounds. Also the only line that can
cheik your baggage to the World's Fair Station. Think what a saving
of time, annoyance and extra car fare.
All agents can sell you through ticket and route you oer the
Very low rates to many points South, Southeast. For beautiful
World's Fair folder and all information call at 1G01 Farnum St., or
HARRY E. MOORE5,
G. A. P. D. Wabash Ry, Omaha, Neb.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital $ 200,000.00
Undivided profits . . 10.000 00
' S 1L Hurnham, I'res.
A J Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman. Cashier
II It Evans. Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. H. Easterday, Auditor.
Manufactures the Purest Candy In the city.
All kinds of Novelties, FootbalU, Water
melons and Fancy Boxes.
1337 O Btroot
worth 50 cents
1042 O street'
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General Clearance of all Special
ROSS P. flUnTICE COMPANY
1125 O Stroot
Choice of over Twenty Reliable
Many of these instruments aro of
ery latest models, others aro discon
tinued styles or have had use, but all
are of elegant appearance and distinct
ly artistic tone and action. These
pianos have been placed to one side
and marked at reduced figures to in
sure immediate sale. Wo wish to avoid
carrying even one of them in our
holiday stock. Piano seders would do
well to examine theso pianos before
Wo also offer a few very attractlvo
uprights bought from a good maker,
at an extra discount.
These are of intrinsically good
value and "Will be closed out at $185.00.
A special lol nf new and attractlvo
uprights, greatest value In Nebraska,
Our New Fall -Stock
Our new Fall Btock of 100 pianos
specially selected by us from leading
factories, is full of surprises.
We are prepared td deliver on receipt
of first small payment and then small
Buyers at a distance should write
for special bargain list andi sch(fdule
of freight rates.
Now Plon6s to Ront
$4 por Month ,
WevJmva the largest business In high
grade pianos In tho west, operating
three stores, which make n specialty
of good pianos.
1125 O Stroot
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