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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1895)
Don Gnmoron's lunch countor
118 So. lllh, stroot.
Tno JohiiBon boys nro pruotic
ing law nt Billings Montana.
"Still His Whiskers Grow."
For snlo nt Estoy & Camp's.
Miss Li'lian Park, of Oscoolu,
is visiting with Miss Lola "Wheeler.
Prof. Fosslor locturos tonight
at Petersburg, tomorrow at Go
noa. Edith M. Braco, '01, is taking
post-gradnato work at tho Chicago
Ohris Rohwor, '08, is with tho
K. 0., P. & G. railway, of Siloam
Tho Dolians aro gottiug roady
for an oratorical contost somo
time in May.
Make dalos with Haydon for
ilash-light photos, day or night,
1214 0 stroot.
Tho Palladians aro contemplat
ing a dramatical performance in
tho near future.
Maisio Ames and Daisy Bon
noll wore initiated into tho Tri
Deltas last night.
The Ewing Clothing Company
aro showing tho finest lino of
spring clothing in the city.
Mrs. Parker and Mr. and Mrs.
Giffon havo loft for Chicago to at
tend tho Rntuioilli exhibit.
Tho now "courso of study" is
now in tho printer's hands, and
will bo ready about May 1st.
Tho University of Montana is
negotiating with our Prof. Hodg
man for president of that institu
tion. Fine cabinet photos at Hay
don's for S2 per dozen. Call
soon, as this offer will not last
Don Cameron's lunch counter
118 So. 11th, street. Fish and
game in Boason. Tho nicest ros
turaut for students in tho city.
It. H. Strassman started Mon
day for Chicago to attend tho Phi
Kappa PBi convention which is
hold there April 17th, 18th and
Mrs. Gosper lias tho largost
trade of any millinery store in the
city, because sho carries the most
beautiful line of goods call and
Oun New Spuing Suits.
grade, stylish, porfoct fitting. Soo
thorn. You'll liko tho prices.
Tho contract for boating and
vontilating tho library building
has boon lot to a Kansas City
A few of tho graduating pupils
of tho univorsity conservatory of
music aro planning their individ
Miss Helen Gregory has boon
elected dologato from Kappa
chapter to tho Delta Gamma con
vention to bo hold in St. Paul,
Minn., May 0th.
Two of the most brilliantly
lighted show windows in tho west
aro those of tho Ewing Clothing
Company. They aro always piled
with tho choicest and latost goods.
Tho schedule for the first
spring tennis tournament is being
prepared. Thoso who intend en
tering eithor of tho four classes
should join tho association at onco.
Mr. Arthur Hoaglaud, who has
been looking after tho ways of
Walter Van Fleet for tho past
couplo of wooks, left for Hastings
and North Platte on "Wednesday.
Kid's "Social Evolution" 25c,
"Marcolla" by Mrs. Humphrey
Ward, Coin's "Up To Date," Bel
lamy's "Looking Backward", etc.,
otc, at cut rates Herpolsheimor
fc Co's Book Dept.
"Williams (holding up hand and
snapping iingor at correct answer
made by someone else).
Judge Rooso, ""What is tho mat
Williams, "I agroo with tho last
"Polly" Wheeler left at 7
o'clock this morning for Clay
Center on his wheel from hero ho
will go to Nadeau, Kansas for the
rest of the summer. Ho loaves a
host of friends at tho univorsity
who will look eagorly to his re
turn next fall.
An open drill will bo given by
tho 'Varsity Rifles to thoir friends
Thursday evening, April 25th.
This will bo followed by an indi
vidual drill. The boys havo boon
drilling ovor morning from 7 to 8
o'clock tho past two wooks, got
tiug into shape.
OHAS. B. GEEGOEY,
(U. OF N. ,
At 1100 0 Stroot, Richards Block. Tolophono 343.
We do not Offer
To give students or any other class of people special
discounts, but sell to all at the same low prices. We
invite you to our new store, 1235 to 1239 O Street,
and think we can please you.
Miller & Paine.
THE B2W MODEL
Hammond : Typewriter.
A TYPI'.WKITKIl KMIIODYINd
ALL MODERN REQUIREMENTS.
I'immiiiiIimI .Spi'eil, Perfect Alignment, InterclmiiKO-
iililn Tv, Any Width of Paper. Superior Work,
l.lKht I'.liiHtlc Touch, Orout Endurance.
C. W. ECKERMAN, Agent,
Univorsity of Nobrnska, or 43G MoMurtry Block.
Every Sidet : :
-The Nebraska Literary Magazine.
Published May 1st, by
price, 25 0BNT8. The English Club.
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Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1 2 1 7 O Street.
(Wsai half of Trunk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order,
first-class and pruarantesd to fit,
93, 91, 95, 90, nnd upwards.
916, 918. 20, and up.
Popular Prices. Hoods sold by yard, and
Ends for Boy's Pants, stc
Fow anealltd tor pants and suits at your ow
O. R. OAKLEY. O. N. Holcom, Cutter,
yi7y jot -HaVe UPtoDate Foot Covering?
We Sell them Cheaper than you ean buy old style shop-worn floods.
wa tp0n, - a
1215 O ST.
Perfect WW I
Fitter JM A
First National Bank,
Capital, - - - $100,000.00
Snip I us, - . - 100,000.00
N. B. HAHWOOI). President.
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F. M COOK. CiiHliler.
U.S. I.IPPINCOTT. nnd
H. H. FltKIIMAN, Atwt. Citslilcrs.
N. R. Hnrwood,
CIiiih A. Iliinnn,
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F. M. Cook,
J. I). Mncfnrlnnd,
T. M. Mnniuette,
.loli 11 II. Amen,
J. I.. Cnrspn,
A. II, Clark.
HIGH GLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
I.endors of Fnshlon at
138 N. Klorouth St.
(nin SruniiNTs' Standby)
Boots : and : Shoes
Mado to Order.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly
Y. M. C. A. Block.
13th & N.
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