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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1905)
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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN.
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Drug & Book Co.
University Text Books,
Drawing Paper, Tracing
Cloth, Cross Section and
Profile papers, and other
127 South llth Str.
FACIAL AND SCALP
ARISTO BADBER SHOP,
1206 0 STREET, BUW LOCK
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, see Union
College Student Tailors.
Automatic Phone 3255.
Union College Tailors
post orriOK dldq.
When down town moot your friends at
GEO. M. CONWAY'S
1JMHI O HTItEET
Tbo only oxcluatvoclgar and tobacco atoro
u tbo city
JJCJL Tucker, Jeweler i ;
Dr. Sam'l. S. Shean
8 OPTICIAN... jjjj
1123 O STREET
g Your Ptronao Solloitad "
GOWNS and HOODS
To the American Colleges and Univer
sities'. Class contracts a specialty.
' Rollable materials. Reasonable prices.
....EAT AT THE..
GOOD HEALTH CAfE
Nit LkiIIii-Ch. 1211 inl t.
Ernest Johnson, '08, will spend tho
holidays nchr Buffalo, Wyo., on a
A fow days ugo a cadet, In speaking
of his last year's uniform, said, "I
didn't know at tho time, but I now
realize that your uniforms have given
much bettor wear than the ones fur
nished by oth.eiflrms last year' Wo
frequently hoar similar statements.
Just such conditions exist in the qth.
departments or our store. lie
by Paine Clothing Co.
The "Kindergarten Class" of the
County Pair had their picture taken
Sotvcduy at TownBends.
Jiapln Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
A 'young- woman's shoo, Soroals
Rogers & Perkins Co.. 1129 O Street.
Printing George Bros., 13th & N.
Tho O. H. S., '03b, will hold their re
union December 28. There are twen
ty of this class in tho University at
Dr. Haggard, .212-213 Richards Blk.
Dr. Thomas, Rectal Diseases. 1319 0.
"Judge" Wellcnslck, '05 law, was a
University visitor last week. "Judge"
Is at present "doing a few turns" In a
Seniors, have pictures taken at Ken
nedy's, South Twelfth street, beforo
Try the Unl. Dining Room. You will
Tho Lincoln Academghas sent out
almost 400 of Its beautiful posters to
the smaller high schools of the state,
accompanied by holiday greetings.
Don't forget tho Unl. School of Music
A Nebraska pennant makes an Ideal
Christmas present. Buy ono at tho
Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Ethel Stokes and. Mary Brown will
spend Christmas vacation at homo In
Sargent, Nebr.; Bess Smith, at
Schuyler; Beth Parkinson, at Cozad,
Nebr.; Inez Fries, at Arcadia, Nobr.
It 1b rumored that the Military de
partment, at the request of the cadets,
Is considering tho organization of a
company of Zouaves. Such an organ!
zatlon would doubtless bo a credit to
: . Tho committee shaving tho Joint
summer session in charge met last
Saturday for the purpose1 of selecting
tho faculty, and succeeded in almost
completing tho list. It was decided to
add a large number cr college courses
to tho usual curriculum for the bonenT
of the many students who will with
out doubt take advantage of this op
portunity to get extra credit.
Seniors, -got pictures taken at Ken
News and other -Items for tho No
braskan should be handed into the
pfllce at the- oast -end '.of the hall tif
the second floor of University Hall.
They should not be put in the box on
the outsldo of the office, as the box be.
tangs to the Latin Department,' and
not to tne NODrasxan, out should be
put on tho hook inside tho office.
0. J. KING & SON
HaO N STREET
What to Buy
for that Christmas
Gift-easily solved at
Gifts that Will
Please the Recipient
The giving of gifts to beautify
the home is always appreciated,
8llverware, including knives and
Forks, Spoons and fancy,
pieces of all kinds
Sets for the Bay. . .$1.00 to $1.25
Chafing Dishes... $3.25 to $20.00
Baking Dishes $1.75 to $7.50
5 O'clock Teas $3.25 toj9.00
Fancy Nickel Trays. .35c t6$S.00
Coffee Percolators. $3.00 (o $12k50
Nickel Teapots, etc. .80c to $5.00
Fancy Baskets 25c to $2.50
Carving Sets $1.00 to $17.00
Gift Goods Suggestions in
The Dry Goods Store
Thousands of practical gifts
abound for man, woman and
Toilet Sots $1.00 to $17.00
Military Brushes. .$1.00 to $2.50
Cigar Jars 50c to $2.98
Handkerchief Cases.. 25c to 75c
Framed Pictures 10c
Handkerchiefs 2i2c .to $5.00
Silk Mufflers $1.00 to $3.50
Kid Gloves $1.00 to $2.00
Laundry Bags. 25c up
Art Goods Novelties. 25c to $5.00
Neckwear , . .25c to $2.50
Veilings 25c to $1.50
Dress Patterns In Wool
or Silk $5.00 to $20.00
Dozen Napkins 75c to $8.50
Luiich Cloths 50c to $3.50
Men's BUI Books. . . .50c to $4.50
Women's Bags 50c to $10
GREGORY THE COAL MAN
charles b. qregory; u. of n. oi.
BOTH PHONES. 1044 O STREET
tickets Unl. Dining
Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O St.
Star Delivery Qo.,,tBaggaBe.$6.Both.
Best 15-cent meals,
Get a-nice pennant at the Co-op for
thatjJCmns present. .
Eat at Don Cameron's .new regtau
rant, 119 'So. 12th St.
Tho place of the Y. W.-C. A. recep
tion has been changed from Art Hall
to Memorial Hall.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Union Shining Parlor Shine, five
cents; chairs for ladles. 1018 O St.
Walkover shoes for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O St.
Dr. Woodward, diseases of tho eye,
ear, nose and throat Richards block.
"Little hand-made books," unique
and interesting Xmas gifts. Miller &
Thc Home Gift Stores
What to Get in the
Cut Glass 50c to $25.00
Gold Intaglio Glass. $1.25 to $5.00
Baccaret Glass. . . . .$3.50 to $5.50
Fancy China, embracing every
known kind and shape of
China 25c to $20.00
Dinner Sets $7.50 to $100
Roast JBeof Sets, $8.50
Turkey Sets $3.95
Fish and Game Sets .'.$8.50
Fancy Glass Lamps. .$2.00 to $i5
Gas Portables $2.95 to $15
Electric Lamps. . .$7.50 to $26.50
Night Lamps 30c to 75c
Moriaga China 50c to $5.00
.Gifts that Will Last are
Gold Reception Chairs. .$3 to $12
Morris Chairs $7.50 to $55
Odd Chairs and
Rockers $1.50 to $100
Leather Chairs and
Rockers $12.50 to S135
Loll Easy Chairs. .$6.00 to $30.00
Desic Chairs $3.00 to $12.00
Hair Chairs. . r. . .$3.00 to" S1 2.00
Turkish Rockers and
Chairs $20.00 to S135
Ladles' Desk $6.00 to $50
Ladies' Work Tables. $1 to $7.50
Music Cabinets... $7.00 to $40.00
Pianola Music Cabinets. $5 to $45
Parlor Cabinets. . .$13.50 to $165
Parlor Tables 75c to $35.00
Library Tables $7.00 to $100
Bedroom Tables. . . .75c to $35.00
Card Tables $1.00 to $3.5d
Pedestals $3.50 to $10.00
Bookcases 4 $7.00 to $75.00
WANTED Every user or prospec
tive user of a typewriter to have a free
trial of the VISIBLE Underwood.
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
Bell Phone No. 348. 136 No. llth St .
if eto and
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