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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
IN THE WEST
1036 O ST
If there is the
for wo.uing glasioi, tho
ownor of tno oyos should
Wo olmrgo nothing for
Glvo tis n call.
Dr. W. A. Myers,
1343 O Street
IN ITS FAVOR
3;Yard-0 is all In one. It Is
not like other stationery having
two parto to make a letter.
4. It Is made of an excellent
quality of paper.
JU3T RECEIVED THOSE
Our Luncheonettes and
Hot Chocolate Soda are
131 South llth Stmt
6. K, AKAGI& BROS.
Everybody is cordially in
i vitod to call and inapoct
204 South Twelfth St.
Clupeco Shrunk Quarter Sizes
'II -..- ii i.i- mm v u.i..M m...i t.t
ARE GETTING HURT.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
game between Colorado, and tho stale
agricultural school last Saturday.
Harvoy, who barf been playing
guard, has been shifted to Heltzer's
placo at right end, duo to tho latter's
disability. Harvoy has Bpeed, weight
and aggressiveness and promises to
dovolop into a good man for tho end
position. IPntton has boon alternat
ing with Harvoy at end In practice and
although lacking speed he la good on
the dofenso ami has boon breaking up
tht) plays of tho scrubs with success.
Ho weighs over two hundred pounds.
Either Harto or Kwing will take,
Harvey's place at guard should the
latter bo switched to ond. Both of
those candidates for tho guard posi
tion wolgh 1D5 pounds.
Manager Eager announces the selec
tion of officials for tho Colorado game
Dr. Outland, ex-Penn., reforeo. Roth
gob, ox-Illinois, umpire; Qulgloy, ox
St. Mary's College, field Judge.; P. D.
Cornell, of Lincoln, head linesman.
of the clasp
is casr. It's
flat tho only abso
lutely littt C108D carter jtf
I. Itm nrl.fl.tnn. "UI11I.
ntia of mm know this buy '"V'
th6m and wear them. Tho Tcar
is the'ro, and they cost only a quarter
a pair.t Remember it
NMCOI WIPENKItCS.. 711 Mmn St., Pwumimm
aro made of
puro Bilk web.
Tho patterns arc
$r now! exclusive "
ety enough to satisfy
everybody. All metal parti
aro of heavy nickel-plated bras.
If your dealer can't supply you, a
pair will be sent upon receipt of price.
imtM tf PMREER lUlrBWCH
The following Is tho classification as
to countries, of the porlodlcalH In tho
Botanical Library: English, 41;Gor
nan, 7; French, 11; Jap-English, 2;
Italian, 3; Spnnlsh, 1; Swedish, 1;
Dutch-French, 1. Total, 67. Tho bot
anical library has recently been ro
an anged for greater convenience for,
tho UHu of students.
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Tho Short Line and most popular
train scrvico to St. Puul and Minneapo
lis. Trains leave Omaha at 7:30 u. m.
and 8: 30- p. m., making direct connec
tions with all trains for the North
west. HomQ3eokors' rates every first and
third Tuesday during Octobor and No
vombor to points In Northwest.
Ask to bo routed via the "Great
For further Information apply to
District Passenger Agent,
1512 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Elevonth street.
New Hue of fall hats. Special atten
tion to studonts. Nichols, 110 No. 13th.
The best place to oat In town is at
Dons Oafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
We're now located In the most
beautiful store in the "West
Lincoln Candy Klfchin
14tte MHd O Itraats
Do Your Washing
CUT NICE SHOE STORE ANI
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR FAC
TORY SAVES Y0H TIME AIM
1220 O STREET
MME. F. F. ROSS
Sciintifio Chiropodist Manicurist
MIR DIEJ8IH AM MASSA8E PAIL0R3
1339 0 81, LINCOLN, NEB.
AfiBt for HukifH, Hick., fyftttili Silk Hnltry
HOT and GOLD SODA
132 NO. 10TH.
Henderson & Hald
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
J. M. Rico, hair ana scalp .specialist,
121G O St., upstairs. Auto phone 3888.
Eat at Climax restaurant. Meals 15
cents and up, Tom Draper, Prop.
Clements' photos are tho best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Prod B. Humphrey sells Real Estate
and Insurance. 13G No. Eleventh St.
Tea and Coffee
1307 O Street.
all kinds. Noon
hour lunches a
New lines In fall mllllnory. Tho Fa
mous, Thirteenth and O streets.
llayden, photographer, special rates
to studonts. 1127 O street.
Go to MrB. J. C. Bell. Halrdrossor
for coronet curls.
31111101118' barber since 1897. Corner
Thirteenth nnd O.
f member the Nsme
"imr Smoke House
q The "Uni" Smoke House ex
tends to you gratis, the home-like
comforts of its Smoking, Reading,
and Lounging Room.
J We carry in stock a complete
line of Cigars, Tobaccos, and
Smokers' Articles. It is a pleas
ure to please you.
COLE-McKENNA CO., 1132 O ST.
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
Green's shops are the best in the
Just a quiet evening meal nt Dnlrym
Dr. J. II. Graham, dentist. 1339 O
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Subscribe for the Daily Nebraskan.
Bechmnn Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Pershing' Rifles Hop
C. II. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Try Savoy Hote and cafe.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell for manicuring.
Adm. $1.25. Limited to 80 tickets. Abbott's Orchestra
IUISORIIE FOR THE DAILY NEBRASKA. $2.00 A YEAR
Hereford & Petty Shoe Fitters to Mm 143 So. 1Mb
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