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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1908)
, Conklin's Self-Filling Pen 1h the
beat fountain pen for both student
and professor on account of the
Crescent-Killer. To fill
simply dip it In any ink and press
the Crescont-Fillor that's all. No
dropper no inky fingers no ruffled
tompcr. Guaranteed to bo a perfect
Loading dealer handle the Conklln. If
your cloon not, order direct. Kofuno sub
Atltuteu. Send (or hnndnorao new catalog.
THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
310 Hiabillti B.liaiol, TOLEDO, OQIO
We're now located in the most
beautiful store in the west.
We handle the finest
in. the city. Come in and
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
I4th and O So. west Corner
LINGOLN DANCING ACADEMY
-ii;ia n tit.
Social nights Mon. and Wed., H to 11
Beginnors night, Wedifosday. 8 to 11
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
Tka Drua Cttttar. &0
TIm Drug CvtUr.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER &' OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
Ytur Ptrnaga Siilcllea" "
L. J, HElZOQ
THE UMVEIS.TY MAES' TAILOR
Th finest work' done and, prices right
Call at oar aew itora.
1230 O St. - Llnooln
g would iifc to jS
, O your , Lauadrymea- 0
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Students of Law College Wjll Try
Today will bo a busy day In tho
College of Law courts, especially In
the district court. There are two
cases of Importance coming up at 0
o'clock today. The first one is Builtn
vs. Wentworth, for the foreclosure of
a mortgage There are six other de
fendants, and each one is represented
by two attorneys, .who present Hens
against the' property of Wentworth.
Tho attorneys for tho plaintiff are
McWhinivey and Waldron, assisted by
Hendricks; and for the defendants,
Paul Spillman, Cowan, Shanvan, Al
len, Crosby .Miller, Murphy, Perry,
Randall, and Logro.
This case will come up at 9 o'clock
in the Equity division of the district
court under Judge Wholan.
Tho second case comes In the Law
division of district court under Judge
Beghtol at the same time. This case
Is Sturznegger vs. Stouffer, and is a
Jury trial. Tho attorneys are A.
Thomas for the plaintiff and Paul for
tho defendant. The facts-of the case:
Mr. Stufi'er owns a potato patch ad
Joining Mr. Sturznegger's horse pas
ture Stouffer puts parls greon on the
potato plants to kill potato bugs. But
some of the plants were so near the
adjoining, fence that Surzneggor's
horses, two In number, ate the tops,
and consequently got the full benefit
of the parls green. They were both
poisoned and died. Sturznegger brings
action foi 'damagesr-
Considerable Interest, has been man
ifest In the above case. . ,
The justice court will be confionted
with a full docket this morning, since
many of the lawyers are anxious to
get through with their cases before
the end of the semester.
The Sophomores have -decided to
hold an Informal In Memorial Hall,
January 24. The affair will be leap
year In Its character, though the ladles
will not be required to ask their es
corts. However, the leap year Idea
win becnrrled out in the stunts which
comprise the flratTuflf of the program
and the dances which will 'occupy the
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash have on sale daily
round trip tickets to all the winter
resorts of the south New Orleans,
Gulf Coast points, Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time table and all informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, G. A.
P. D., Wabash R. Jl., Omaha, Neb.
Androw Carnegie has given Bow
doln College $50,000 towards the $200,
000 which that institution has to raise
in order to secure the gift of $50,000
from the general education board of
Clements', photos .are tho best
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
'Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorium, Cor. 11th and O.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. .1127 O street.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Green's .barber shops are the 'best
in XheWest. '
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
Ty Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
of tho clasn
is easy. It's
flat tho only abso
lutely flat clasn carter
li tho Ilriidiion, Mllll.
" om of moil know this buy
lliem nnd wenr tlfcnr. The Trear
' U there, nnd they cost only n quarter
a pair. Itemcmbcr it.
rtWCU MiroWCI C8.. 71B Mum St., Pwammi
HOT and COLD SODA
132 NO. 10TH.
FRATERNITY HALL, JAN." It
ABBOTS ORCHESTRA; TKTS. $J.25
We are not Tailors; but the Only Practical Union
HATTERS In Nebraska
Hats Made tojrder at Factory Cost. Prices $2.00 to $4.00
THE LINCOLN HAT CO., 120 NoTIiih
Suits and O'coats
NO MORE NO LESS
World's Greatest Tailors
' ' ' -' ' . i .-
J. F. GREGORY, Mansger and Cutter
Llnooln Brand, 145 So. 13th St. '
41 year .only
arc niado of
t pttro silk web
The patterns are
v new, exclusive- vari-
ety enough to MiMsfy
everybody. All nicinl parts
are of heavy niokel-platcd braM -
If your dealer can't t supply you, a
pair Trill be sent llpbit receipt of "price.
mum m mum awrcMats
JAN. SEVENTEEN, J908
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Limited to 80
Henderson & Hald
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Hade to Order,. $15
Fir First Class Tallerlaf
AT LOW PRICES
-AUTO 48-COLLESE VIEW-
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BBB M rm m ar m H .aaaBr
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$ .50. Get fcusy.
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