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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1895)
4. "H?f i-'fO
Don Onmoron'fl lunch countoi
118 So. 11th, stroot.
"Trilby," tho lntot, popular
Hong, nt Esty & Gump's.
Tho Sigmn Chi frntornity initi
atod E. T. King laBt Monday
Tho now mombors of tho Dolian
socioty givo a spocial program to
night Invitations to tho Delta mu
sicalo, to bo givon May 17th, uro
A now supply oC AValorman
fountain pons has boon rocoivod
nt tho Co-op.
Mr. Store'', of the class of '(18,
was callod home Sunday by tho
doatli of his sietor.
Tho Ewing Clothing Company
aro showing tho finest lino of
spring clothing in tho oity.
Sixtoon mon foil in for Varsity
ltiilo drill at 7 a. in. tho morning
after tho Dolta Gamma party.
Fino cabinet photos at Hay
don's for S2 por dozon. Call
soon, as this offor will not last
Tho Dolian socioty had a busi
ness mooting Monday afternoon.
It was thon decided not to havo
an oratorical contest this spring.
Don Cameron's lunch counter
118 So. 11th, street. Fish and
gamo in season. Tho nicest ros
turant for studonts in tho city.
Company "D" fell in for extra
drill Wednesday morning at 7
o'clock. Tho intontion is to drill
at least two hours extra each wook
till tho end of tho somostor.
Tho Evans Laundry company
has tho contract for washing tho
duck pants recently adopted by
tho battalion for dross uniform.
The first installment was sent oil
Prof. Dick of Missouri Wes
leyan university, will lecture be
fore tho Y. W. and Y. M. C. A.
ono week from next Sunday.
Prof. Dick is an able lecturer and
tho associations aro fortunate in
bine ablo to secure him.
Clint Norton and Will McKay
pushed up againtst a strong head
wind to Ashland Saturday after
noon, getting there too lato for tho
ball gamo. They returned after
Oun Nuw Spring Suits. High
grado, stylish, porfoct fitting. Soo
them. You'll like tho pricos.
suppor, doing tho latter part of
tho trip in tho darkness.
F. E. Jhirnos pilchod in tho
oponing gamo of tho Wostorn As
sociation at Lincoln Thursday.
Inmost Amos will ontoriain
13ota Thota Pi fratornity and
frionds Friday evening, May ol,at
Charlos Jc los has boon olected
managor of tho gleo club. Ho
went to Ashland and Wahoo
Wudnosday but did not mako
definite arrangements for tho ap
pearance of tho club thoro.
Tho ladios of Lincoln havo in
vitod tho Varsity llilles and cav
alry squad to assist in tho war
song concort May 8th. Both
companies aro putting in an hour
a day in preparation.
A scientific excursion for the
studonts of tho dopartmonts of
botany, olomology, geology and
zoology, will loave Lincoln for
South Bond at 8:;30 a.m., return
ing at 8 p.m. A special train
will run ovor tho B. & M. road.
Tho fair has boon put at 1)5 cents
for tho trip.
Tho many frionds of Charlio
Chaudlor wore very agreeably
surprised by the roturn of that
gentleman. Mr. Chandler grad
uated at tho university in '92,
sinco thon ho has attendod tho
medical collogo at Philadelphia,
and will practice in tho city dur
ing tho summer.
Burlington Route Playing Cards
Those elegant cards of tho vory
best quality only 15 cents per
deck. For sale at B. & M. depot
or city office, corner Tenth anu O
The : Tailor.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
OHA8. B. GKREacmY,
(U. OF N. n.)
At 1100 0 Street, Richards Blook. Telephone 343.
We. Ho not Offer
To give students or any other class of people special
discounts, but sell to nil nt the same low prices. Wc
invite you to our new store, 1235 to 1239 O Street,
and think wc enn plense you.
Miller & Paine.
I RIPANS I
ONK OlVRS UKLIKF.
THE HEW MODEL
Hammond : Typewriter.
A TYPKWIUTKIt NMItODYINO
ALL MODERN REQUIREMENTS.
Unoqnnlnl Speed, 1'erfect Alignment. InterrhnnRP-
able Type, Any Wlilth of l'nper, Superior Work.
l.lKlit l'.liiHtlc Touch, Orcnt Endurance
C. W, ECKERMAN, Agent,
Unlvornlty of Nebraska, or 435 McMurtry Block
Cor. 14th & M
JL lie $mteZ3:
I - I . Til
L'UiU mmSfASM9 LINCOLN,
pair atns. -t :jnfrrarka.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT.
SULPHO-SALINE BATH HOUSE AND SANITARIUM
Specialty Made of Cleaning and Re
pairing DniLti Suits.
0tSB bSE1 126 S. 11th St.
ALL FOUNTS OK 1IATHS Turkish. Kuslan, llomon. Kloctrlc, with special nttentlon to the nppll
cntlon or NATUKAIi SAIjT WATER HATHS, Bovornl tlmeH BtrotiRur than Bea water, for tho euro
ot Rlmuiiiutitiiii, NervonH (linirultieH, and many other OlHoaHofl, Tho Hath Hon bo Ia tho most com
pleto In 1!iu world. SKA 11ATIIING tuny ho onoyed nt all homhoiis In our lurRO, mnKnlflcant Suit
Water SwIinnilnR l'ool, 50x150 loiiK.and 3 to 10 ft deep, heated to a uniform tomporaturo of 83 (heroes.
First National Bank,
Capital, - - - 9400,000.00
Surplus, - - - 100,000.00
N. S. HA11W00D, PrcBldont.
CHAS. A. HANNA, VIce-ProBldent,
F. M. COOK. CaRhlor.
C. S. LU'l'INCOTT. and
II. H. FREEMAN, Ast. Cnshlors.
N. 8. Hnrwood,
ChnB. A. Hnnna,
F. M. Cook.
J. 1). Mncmrlnn.l,
T. M. Mnrquetto,
John II. Ames,
J. L. Carson,
A. U. CJarJr.
HIQH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
Isadora of Fashion at
124 N. EleTenth 8t. Rlchnrdi Block.
Why Not HaVe UPtote Foot GoVeriijg?
Wo Sell tlicm Cheaper than you can buy old stylo shop-worn goods.
1215 O ST.
'erfect mffl A
J5 ltrer J it
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
T'le Styrt Map,
939 O Street.
Tho 1'lnoHt Line of Men's FnrnUhlnRB In tho City,
All tho Latest Novelties.
ISHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. f-
10 Per Cent Off to Students.
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1 2 1 7 O Street.
(Wnt i-lf ot Tniak ractory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order,
lrst-clos and guaranteed to fit,
93, , 6, f. and upwards.
916, 918. 20, and up.
Popular Prices. Good sold by yard, and
Ends for Boy'o Pants, ate.
Few acallsd far pants aid sulU at yoor ova
0. R. OAKLET. O. N. Holcou, Cutter,
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