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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1907)
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Conklin's Splf-Filllng Pen is the
best fountain pen for both student
and professor on account' of the
Crescent-Filler. To fill
simply dip it in any Ink and press
the Crescent-Filter that's all. No
dropper no Inky fingers no ruffled
tompor. Guaranteed to be a perfect
Loading dealers hnndlo tho Conldln. If
yours does not. order direct. Refuse sub
stitutes. Send (or handsorno now catalog.
THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
310 UiitutUs BtlUlitf, TOLEDO, OHIO
MME, F. F. ROSS
Sclmtilio Chiropodist Manicurist
IAIR IIESSIM AN IASSAIE PAIUII
1IM 0 LINCOLN, NEB.
AiHt hr iHkKH. Wet, Victim SDK iHtorj
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAKSMAILOH
Tb finest work done and price right
Gall at our new store.
1230 O St.
bo -Your Washing
Th Drug Cwtttr.
nya n St.
SociiiljiightsjMon. and Wed., 8 "to 1
Beginner's niglit,W.edi)esday, 8. to l1
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY IN VITED
. -SELECT' CROWJ-
UNIVERSITY JEWELER OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
1123 0 STREET. YEttOW FRONT
Ytw PatrMifi StllcM
g Would like to be g
p your Laundrymcn O
The Butcher's Love Speech.
Dear heart I'm In an awful Stew
TJow I'll ro-veal my love for you
I m such a Mutton head I fear
I feel so 8heeplsh whomyou are noar
I know lta only Cowardice
That makes these Lamb-entntions rise
I dread a, Cut let mo explain
A single Roast would give me pain
1 should not like to-get-the-Hook
And dare not Steak my hope on lookn
I never 8ausage eyes as thine
If you would Butcher hand in mine
And Llver-ound mo' every day
We'd soek some Ham-let far away
We'd Meat life's frown with love cn
And Cleaver-road to happiness.
The mon's meeting held under the
auspices of tho Y. M. C. A. in the
Temple last Sunday mornlpg was at
tended by Borao three or four hundred
students. Tho address of Dr. Wlnfleld
F. Hall,. Dean of the Medical Collego
of Northwestern Untverslty, was lis
tened to with the undivided attention
of all present. Tho subject, "Sexual
Hygiene," was treated in n very com
prehensive nnd detailed fashion. Ovor
100 copies of tlie speaker's new book
on this subject wore purchased by
C. E. CJulnn, '05, now. employed In
the United. States Department of Agri
culture, Is the author of n, bulletin on
"Forage Crops for Hogs in Kansas
and Oklahoma." The bulletin Js Is
sued from tho government prlntory
by the bureau of plant Industry. It
1b pronounced, by those who know,
to be a very creditable piece of worki
After graduating, Mr. Qulnh took
some graduate work, entering the na
tlotial service only about two years
ago. Since' then ho has dojio com
Effective November 25,. tho Wabash
will put In a very Tow rate of $10.00
(second-class) r Chicago to Now- York.
The Wabash has three solid vesti
buled trains leaving , Chicago daily
from the Dearborn street station, at
12:04, 3:00 and 11:00 p. m.
.Further Information may be nad
from Harry E. Moores, G. A. P. D,,
Clements' pftotos are tbe best.
RateB to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Big lot $3.50 to $4.00 college boots;
$2.25. Sanderson's Sale.
What are you going to give her for
Xmas? A Unl calendar, of course.
Have -your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, JDor. lltb and O.
Your Xmas.'shopping won't be com
plete until you .buy a Unl calendar.
Marshall, students barber.- Cornef
Thirteenth and 0 under Famous.
Hayden, nhotographer, special rates
to students.- 1127 O street. '
Green's .barber shops are the best-
In tho Wost
Go to Mrs. J.
C-. Bell, hairdresser,
Do it today buy her a Unl calen
Discount on all Shoes, Sanderson's
Just a.qulat evening 'meal at Dalrym
pie's. , . t . '
Bedcman Bros, Ilne shpes; 1107 0st
TrjJPrancla Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's luncht .counter 123 So. 12.
Tho. eras r
of tho clasp
is easy, it's
flat tho only abso
lutely uat ciasn carter -
is mo iingnion. Mini
on of men know-this buy --
t j I . -' v "V.
them and wear them. Tho wear t
is Micro, and they cost olily n quarter
a pair. Itcmembcr it."
tmOM WSrOMU CI., 711 Mmkit Sr.rrMumrsu-
Speaking of Xirias Presents
nothing is more acceptable or appropriate than a nice
gold pin, ring or watch ;
it will p"ay you to look over otr stock of holiday gtfts
before you buy.
If you want to go out In society . .
We will make you a dr6ss suit, latest style, best trimmings
From $30 to $50
j Makers of "Tasty Togs"
Tea and Coffee
HOT and GOLD SODA'
132 NO. 10TH.
Suits and O'coats
World's Greatest tailors
J. F. GREGORY, Managor'and Cidter
145 So. Thirteenth Street
Tho patterns are"
new. exclusive Vari-
V el onotigii to satiety
. . ...
are of heavy rftckel-patedbrasi.
iryour dealer caii'L, supply you, fa
pair will he sent upon .receipt of price.
U2 So, J2th St.
all kinds. Noon
hour lunches a
Henderson & Hald
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Made to Order, SI5
11.50 to $3.50 In Sateens, Heathorbloom and
Linen Moreen. $6.50 to 110.00 In a very good
quality of Bilk.
W guarantee a perfect fit and -workman,
.hip. Ordera Allied in one-half to two days'
QUALITY and QUANTITY
, 13' QUE MOTTO
Lincoln Skirt Company
ETHEL E. ANDEBbON, Prop, , .
, U I23S N STREET
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