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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1895)
Professor Burnett goes to Colo
rado. Dr. Loos will spend the summer
"There aro Othors
a now song
at Estey & Camp's.
Don Cameron's lunch countor
118 So. 11th, street.
Frank Brown took a trip to
Grand Island Sunday.
Professor Wilson will toach in
tho University of Chicago.
Professor Adams and family will
go to somo northorn summer re
sort. Prof. Gray will return to Now
York City as soon as school is
Professor Wolfo is thinking of
a trip to Boston, but. has not yot
decided upon it.
Professor Ingorsoll will try to
regain his health. Possibly ho
will take a vacation trip.
Professor Brunei' will spend the
gioator part of his summer in an
Miss O'Sullivan, from AVest
Point, has boon visiting her sister
Miss Eva, tho past few days.
Professor Edgrin expects to
have a class in French. It is not
known what other recreation ho
Fine cabinet photos at Hay
don's for S2 per dozen. Call
soon, as this offer will not last
The Glee club sang at Seward
Saturday night. They had a
largo audience which was evident
ly well pleased.
Fred Hall wont to Wooping
Water last Saturday. Ho doesn't
belong to tho botany class but ho
I carried a can just the same.
Prof. Bossey will stay at tho
university during tho. summer
school, and spend tho rest of tho
Summer at Colorado Springs.
The Unions are having individ
ual pictures takon at Haydon's
al't studio. Those will then bo
grouped into a society picture
Don Cameron's lunch counter
18 So. 11th, street. Fish and
ame in soason. Tho nicest res-
tyrant for students in tho city.
t Tho sergeants Oi
Oun Nkw SntTNo Suits. High
giado, stylish, porfoct fitting. Soo
them. You'll like tho prices.
for the purpose of gotting tho
offices noxt year and of having a
good time gonorally.
Mr. Saunders who has boon
toaching scionco in the Lincoln
High school tho past year, will
spend tho summor at Loland Stan
The Univorsity Debating as
sociation met on last Saturday
afternoon and oloctod oilicors for
tho ensuing yoar as follows:
Prosidcnt, Mr. Mathews; vico
prosidont, Mr. Craig; socrelary
and treasurer, Mr. Alexander.
Tho citizens of Ashland aro
working very hard to induce tho
gethor with the
noid caclot on
The G. A. 11. to-
have raised about 100
with tno nocossnry camping sup
plies. Tho Hesperian association mot
and oloctod the board of editors
for tho following yoar as follows:
Managing oditor, O. H. Allen;
associates, Clint Barr, Norman
Shrovo.Annio Prey, Poter Thomp
son, May Rhodes, Lulu Burrows,
Ida Hoiso and C. E. Matson.
Tho Hesperian ovincos some
anxiety about class day. The
committee in chargo have their
plans perfected for tho day, but do
not care to make them public
property so soon. When tho time
comes it will bo made known to
all interested what will constitute
tho day's program.
The most popular books of tho
yoar not counting "Trilby"
have boon Hall Caino's "Manx
man," of which 50,000 copies wore
sold in England alone; Edua
Lyall's "Doroen," and Mario
Corelli's "Barabbns," which has
boon translated into several lan
guages. You can get all these at
reduced prices at Herpolsheimor
"It's all right," says Col. Parm
oloo, as ho takes a couple of shoots
of history paper off of sovoral
bunches of twenty ho has counted
out, in order to even up with tho
extra ton loft over from tho roam
ho has boon counting. "For 1,420
people to como down hero in tho
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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.
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