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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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MIbh Ada K. Gibson, '05, Is teaching
" UnluntI wants to make '.your" suit.
1042 0 St.
Miss Harbara Hurt, '00, is teaching
We can fit your head. Unland, the
Hatter, 1042 O St.
MIhh Mabel Mulr, '0&, is principal of
Hie Friend achoolH.
., Julia liendor, '00, 1h .teaclilng at
Columbus UiIb year.
C. C. Wllburn, '05, Ih principal of
the' Kearney schools. ;
For a man prefering a Blue Fall Stiirthe new shadow
plaids and stripes will be exceedingly desirable. We
handle only such fabrics as are pure worsted as fast
color fully guaranteed The tailoring is of the high
est character, insuring the best fit obtainable.
SUITS $ J5.00 TO $30.00
For refreshments and light catering MIhh May Thomas, '05, will teach at
work see "TOMMY" at Miller & Ywihoo again .this year.
'- t MIhh HohhIc Koop, 'Oft, has returned
! to the Mnrv.ir-1 school i.
A change of Underwear is in order. Union
Suits please men in search of comfort. Splen
did garments at $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3.
Come to us when
you want a good
McVEY PRINTING CO.
125 North 12th St.
j .Josephine L. Duras, '04. Is in the
IMinden schools this term.
Walter Heald, M. A., '00, is teaching
solonco at Pocatello, Idaho; -
Miss Christine-Hednar, '03, is teach
ing in the Minden high school.
MAGEE Sc DEEMER
"Rensinghn" Suits-The? Fit. rroo O Street
Lost Five-inch slide rule in leather .
case. Return to Professor Morse.
C. E.. Overman. '05, is science fti
Hlructor In the Ashland high school. l
Would Like to be Your
P. H. Harris has the most complete
line of Jewell y In town, 1137 O street. ,
Largo, well-furnished room for rent, i
modern. Inquire at 24C No. 17th St.
Remember to stop In at P. H. llav
rls', the jeweler, and have your watch ,
DR. JNO. J. DAVIS
Havo Your EyoH
t'nrod For Now
Miss Annie J. Heams, '03, is instruc-'
I lor In Latin and English at the Lin- j
i O'li: Academy.
The Ivy Press is now located at 212 i
"''South Twolftirstreet. ' University work !
Pctry Bakery Co.
Baking Ordora Fillod
Tine Rice Bread Our Specialty.
Pliono us and Your Ordor Will
Receive Prompt Attontio i.
Course 15 in Physical Education
will meet for the first time Tuesday,
October 9, at the Y. M. C. A. swim
If you want to see the swellest
things' you ever saw in shoos look in
at Sanderson's show case and win-
Green's barber shops ' qxcel 'all
others In the, west. Entirely modern
Jizst come in and seafoi -yourself
what voe have at
GGOCOOCCeOOCGCCfcCtfOO ' und the host work assured
Electric . Shoe Repairing
A season football ticket means i
saving to the purchaser of $1.25, gen-'
oral admission, or ?i.ou,-ie3ervod seats.
Buy Ii season ticket and support foot
Orln Mather, who loft the Univer
sity in 1903 to study at Harvard; Is
l visiting with hiB -fraternity -brothora
;nnd friends. Mr. Mathers Is at pres
ent on tlie stiiff of the Chicago Tribune.
The only up-to-date
plant in the city. It
saves you time and
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12 2 0 O St.
...... History and Seminar Papers 7q per
, - 100: History Covers, leather back, I0c
m illlSt I r V US'OnC! each. "U. of N" Fountain Pens, wnr-
. . . ranted 14 kt. gold, ?1 each. Water-
State Printing Company man's "Ideal" Fountalu Pons, Parker's
Stationery Department. All kinds of "Lucky Curve" Fountain Pens, A. A.
' School Supplies. , Waterman's "Self-filler" Fountain
. -, . x, , .Pons. The. Lincoln Book Store, H2G
J2I2 N Street, Lincoln, Neb. jo street. j .
Look Here! ziVc arc still in Business
Hot Soda &T7 Ice Cream
and Lunches pdtyn an( jccs
Try Mrs. Day's Hot Waffles
14350 and Maple Svruo mnrmn
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Gregory, the Coal Man
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