The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 16, 1905, Image 4

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surrs iM'rrn.mrnt .mil rx.irt
si e. ()rr 1(A) styles.
1 5c each; .2 for 2.5c
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Largest nuker-i n( Collars & blurts
iu tbe world
Tin- Observ atorv will !' open to
vhdtois todav from S to 1" p m for
11 lew of the moon
)i- Kjetich. who was operated upon
;i week ago Sunday, is reported out of
danger and progressing nicely.
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Sam Westerfield
Proprlotor of
Sam's
Cafe
Dr. (Menu-ills Is still reading proof
on Ills new hook, which he hopes to
complete by the end of the semester.
MMie Senior-Junior baseball game
scheduled toi esterda was post
poiu-d to some dale to be announced
later
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L.ltlu CJ.-m Hot
tVrtfllt-s nriclFlne
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I 17-12 1 North IS
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MMie students in Ceneral Botanv ate
now beginning the study of the Ulv.
and are using specimens of Kastci
Lilies In their laboratory work.
An artcle entitled ' Do We Need a
Phllosoph.v of Law?"" written bv Dean
Pound appeared in tin- Mav number
ol the Columbia Law Review"
MAIN THOROUGHFARE
f TO THE
Lewis & Clark
Kpositi"M 1'irtluiil. Oregon
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UNION PACIFIC
MMiis histoiic.il 1. ut.-. traversing the
heart of the un-.it Northwest with it
boundless resources. Rics on 'J')i)
miles along the tn.itchless Columbia
HUer and a trip to
Portland and the Northwest
and n chance to visit
YELLOWSTONE PARK
.11 NK 1 to HKl'TKJtIIKIl l'J
Bj side t rip from Pocntello or OIon
through Moniiln.
E. B. SLOSSON, General Agent
CbarhsB. Gregory
(V. oin.'gi)
tbe Coal Wan
MMie Medical Socielv has leqilested
l)i II Winiieti On 10 repeat his lee
tine on "Win I Am a Plnsiclan" .Mav
l.i Itoom :'.ul Mechanic Ail Build
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Ttffint 843
. .and 3271 . .
NO. 1044 O STRHHT
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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Trade Marks
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OOPVRIQHTS 5tC.
Anrono Bonding 11 nkctoh find doacrtpUou mar
wiioinur uu
iniunlrn-
tly confidential. HAHDHUUK 011 rati-tila
ont free Uldoet sooner for socurlnK imtent.
('(ileum takon throuBh Munu A Co. reoolve
rpccUU notice, without oilargo. Initio
qnlcVlr ajcorjnln our opinion fro whotli
lrv oiitlon In probably Pnt?J'ni?)&J,'nii
tlonatitrtctlT confidential. HANDBOOK 011 I'o
out rroc Ultioei oponrr ior BocurinK imici
I'uteiiln takqii through Munu A Co. re
oftlnl tint Utt. nlthout ohariio. Ill t ho
Scientific American.
A bunddomolr lituntmtod weoklr Lnrwost cir
culation of mijr sclontltlo 1ournl. Tornis. fJ a
TiAr: four months, fl. Sold by nil nownilealur.
MUNN&Co.30,DroBd New York
llraucb Otlloo. ff K HC Wasliluutun. I. C.
I'lotesor B II bom. of the Dep.U I
inent of CeoloN. made a ttip to Onia
I11 last eenlni; to confer with the
jichitec-t foi the new w ini; of the
Mic rum Building which i.-. to be elect
ed soon
lustiuclcir Shant. of the Depart
inent ol Bot.inv. has accepted a posi
tiou in the l'nieisits of Missouri for
the nel ve.ir lie Is to till the place
ol the head piolessor of botain. Pro
Itssoi Duuitar. tlminu the lattei's ab
sent e in Ktuope
In the aniioiincenieiil in the Harvard
Ciimsiiii lor M.i) 11. the officers ot
Uu- Harvard Political (Muh tor the
colni;'t; e.11. the n.itne of 1- I'" Meis
appeal- as one ol the membei ship
couimiltee Mr Mei'.s Is a first c.u
studtiil in Hal anl Law Collet-e
Protected by Block Signals
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Tho first railway in Amorlca to adopt tho alxsoluto
Block SyHtom in tho oioration wf all trains wiw tho
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Railway
It today liaa more iniloa of road ojwrated undor
block nigiial rule tluin any other railway company.
Tho St. Paul Road was the first railway to light
ita trains by olootricity, and it now hiw moro than
400 electric-lighted ptiasongor cam in daily sorvioo.
Throo trains from Union Station, Ouiahu, to Union
Station, Chicago, ovory day.
For timo table, spocial rato writo
F. A. NASH,
Geuarnl U'titern Agent, 13'44 Karuam Htrnot,
OMAHA, NIC II.
Paul
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l-:inest A Besse. !U'i. I'niteil States
Plant PalholiKst. left lor St Louis es
teid.iv (Monda). attei speiulinK a
weeU visiting his parents iu the cltv
He is eii'j;aued In the studv of a 'dls
e ise ol timber, and soon goes into the
South to continue experiments which
In- began some weeks ago.
Includes In tho Now Cditlon
25,000 NE.W WORDS, Etc.
New Gaiotleer of the World
New Biographical Dictionary
ttditod by W.T. IlAHUIi?. Ph. I) , I.L.D.,
I V. B. Ootninlaslonor of KJiu-aTlun.
2380 Quarto Ptge.
Mw rutr.
5000 llluairatloaa.
Itw 111 D.U ur
inary Witt
ltiflMw. 1400 niartnilou. ttk. 1ilxiH
A Soacial Thin Paper Edition D Luxe
Printed (ret m plkiM a rvfuUc edition 1 1 luu
lUtporfad rouiU tonMn. Bb i JHriilK-
FRttB, "A Teat la PcoouncUtlon," UMrooi
aodaaWrtetalas. Alio IUarated panpfelete.
G. & C. ME.KRIAM CO.
Publishers. 9prlafUld. Mass.
Part II, of the "Primer of Forestrv,"
liiepared b ClfTord Plnchot, the chief
or the l'. S. Forest Service, was re
ceived bv Professor Bessev a few
davs ago This part deals with the
practice of forestrj, and the relation
of forests to the weather, etc. Al
though called a primer is a book of
much value to the forestry students
Books for Graduates.
The largest and best selected line of
booUs in tho cltv comprising works of
fiction, hlstorv. poetrv, lletrature, etc.
The Lincoln Book Store.
$18.85 leustc. $18.85
The Missouri Pacific will sell tickets on February 7th,
21st and March 7th and 2Ut to many points in Louisiana,
Texas, Arkansas and return at $18.85, good for 21 days.
This very low rate includes Galveston, San Antonio, Port
Arthur, and is much less than one way fare. The Missouri
Pacific has two daily trains from Lincoln to Kan55 City and
St. Louis and all points south, with electric lighted coaches
and the best of everything.
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CITY "TICKET OFFICE
W. Corner 2th and 0 Slreeb
D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
For Furs see Steele, 143 S 12th St
Chris' Bath House, corner 11th u;i I
P streets.
n.-M,i Itwn C .mliii'cnn'u iimt fnl.'e M
Wl . Il IUIU U.ltlU t.iw.. . ........ Jjt
look at those swell new shoes. Thevrl
are beauties.
Erie B. Woodward, M. D.. diseases
of eye, ear and throat.. 207-3 Rich
ards Block. Phona 66G.
L. V. Pomerene, Plumber, 2:JS S.
11th street.
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Llucoln Transfer
Co., baggago.
hono 170.
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cauiaron'a
new restaurant, ll'J South 12th.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
of Lincoln, Neb.
Capital 1300,000 00
Surplus 100,000.00
Undivided Profits.. 40,000.00
S. H. Burnham, Pros.
A. J Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier
II. B. Kvais, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. It. Ea3terday, Auditor.
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