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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1906)
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work seo "TOMMY" at Miller &
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COLUMIIA NATIONAL BANK
m OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
CAPITAL, - $100,000.00
FRESH EVERY DAY!
Our Candles and Baked Goods are Always
Vreaa aad Good. GateriBg- la ear epeolalty
THE MAXWELL CO.,
Both FkoBei, 13tU ana N Streets
Standard for the Schools.
ALL STATE SCHOOL SUP-MIT
TENDENTS INDORSE IT. The
SCIIOOLBOOKS of tho country are
based upon It. ALL 8TATK PUR
CHASES for schools have boon made
In its favor. COLLEGE PRESI
DENTS. NORMAL 80Q00L PRIN-
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SUPERINTENDENTS indorse and
commend it. Editor in Chief, Win. T.
Harris, U.S. Commissioner of Xdn.
UP TO DATE aMl ltnT.IAB-K.
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Tho larrr.) of ot abriJg tnti. IUffn
ltrj ind TLln Paner edition. UniurDMd
for eleganca and oonYtnlenee. 1110 ptgM
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Writor " Dictionary Habit "-Free.
O. C. MERRIAM CO.,
Springilold. MasB., U. 8. A.
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X Auto i 3385 Q
!i A Specialty In Oysters in Season R
!;! 117-19-21 No. 13th St. 8
TO GET POINTERS.
Coach 8tuart and Manager Eager to
Watch Othor Teams Today.
Assistant Coach Stuart loft yester
day afternoon for Minneapolis, where
ho will watch the game between Min
nesota and Ames this afternoon. It
is expected that ho will get a number
of polntora that will prove ot Immense
valuo In lining the team up for the
game with Minnesota on next Satur
day. His report will bo of especial
valuo since our team is'thoroly fa
miliar with Amos' stylo of play.
Manager Eager also loft Lincoln yes
terday to see Kansas play on her home
field today. In view of the fact that
Kansas is Nebraska's "deadliest" rival
it was thought that no stone should
bo loft unturned that might contrib
ute to a victory for Nebraska when
wo meet thom on November 17.
OMAHA HOR8E SHOW.
ProfesBor Smith, Who was one of
the officers at tho Iioubo show held in
Omaha this week, pronounces it ono of
tho flneBt shows of Its kind ever held
In the weBt. The exhibit of Omaha
horses was especially fine, as was the
display of hackneys and hunters. An
other feature of the show was the
fancy driving of a Clydesdale soxtett,
owned by the Swift Packing company.
TheBe shows are not only becoming
an annual social event among tho peo
ple of Omaha, but are yearly attract
ing hundreds of horsemen from all
parts of the United States. They will
also provo of Inestimable value to ani
mal husbandry students in years to
come who will doubtless attend thom,
much as they now visit the South Om
aha market each spring.
Graduate Club Will Meet.
Tho University Graduate Club will
hold fts first meeting a week from
tonight In Palladlan Hall. The Chan
cellor will give the opening address.
This will bo responded to by Mr. E. G.
Chinlund in behalf of the graduates.
Special music will be furnished by
Director W. E. Kimball of the School
The Graduate Club desires to call
especial attention to the fact that it
are not an elective orgaulzation. All
graduates of the University are mem
bers, whether they know it or noV, and
Professor Stuff, president of the club,
urges all to be in attendance at the
If you are7ldoking for a good poster
or picture fp your room, the Lincoln
Book Store can supply you. Coloxed
lithographs matted, 25c and upward;
Gibson, Underwood, Remington and
Russell pictures, 75c each and upward.
We also frjuno pictures.
DR. M. H. ALEXANutH,
Dentist. Auto Phonp 2516213 O St.,
The Lincoln Sanltorlum.
All kinds of baths and fine plunger
14th Tnd M. -
Best soft water shampoo in tho city,
124 No. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner.
Professor Taylor and wife, Professor
AyreB and wife, Mr. Burnett and
Registrar Clark were in Omaha Thurs
day in attendance upon the horse show.
Dean Ringer, an old .and very prom
inent University, man, will speak Sun
day at the Y. M. C. A. meeting.
H, A. Anderson, '04, was a campus
I Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
The Great ANNIVERSARY SALE
Offer Exceptional Values in
Hats and Shoes
Of interest to young men and .women are the especially de
signed models in young men's and youngwomen's
Prettier styles in exclusive creations than shown elsewhere.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
Chapln Bros.,"Florlsts, 127 So. 12th.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
All kids are not liko our "kids."
Our-dollar kids tho best in Lincoln.
The pennants at the Co-op are un
surpassed for beauty, neatness, and
Lost On campus, notebok in Polit
ical Science 13. Finder pleace return
to Nebraskan ofllce.
The CO-OP sells more pennants than
all the other Lincoln stores combined.
There's a reason.
Tho Ivy Press Is now located at 212
South Twelfth street. University work
If you can't see this ad. clearly, call
at Harris' and have your eyes exam
ined free. 1137 O' St
Tho pennants at the Co-op have the
style, and finish wliich give thom a
tailor-made appearance. '
Green's barber shops excel all
others In tho west. Entirely modern
and tho best work assured.
Tho Co-op had more than $600 worth
of pennants at the beginning of school.
They are going fact. Better get ono.
Ft. E. ERWIN, '99 - A. E-. PEJRtClNS
' RETAI-KR8 AND JOMBKRB OF ' , v ,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, AND NEWS
Gregory's Washed Goal $6.50
5 lj-- . .. l
136 North Elivinth
M 348. Aute.3881
In playing football these' cold
days. We have a line of foot
balls ranging In price from 75c
up to $3.75, and ail sorts of
fotball clothing. See us for
close prices on these goods.
8peclal discount on Union 8ults.
Lawror Cycle Co.
1324 0 Strut.
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