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Several students who were con- At the recent meeti of fa u
lined in tne inunuaij- at ,ai Vlh0ry Committee Air. R. H. Lewis.
Jr. was chosen manager of next
Prof. W. W. Boddie, '97, princi- Savon's base ball team.
pal of the Louisburg High fechool, We commend the Advisory Com-S-iturdav
last on the Hill, mittee for the choire wriipli will
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The Thursday Night Club of the ive universal satisfaction
Faculty will be entertained by Airs. With "Dice" Winston for captain
McRae, at the November meeting-, and "Dick" Lewis for manager the
Mr. Walker, or unanotte, was on base ball team ot 98 will certainly
the Hi a icw uo.jp u,K u.a nave tne "Hearty co-operation ot the
son, Mr. J- juv wamci. v ,.ntirc stucU.nt hodv
The old gasoline tank near the
Chemical Laboratory has been re-
urA bv a new one.
Tonics. Price 50c.
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y . at r&xrrt.. sfcpif
TO CI lvE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Drome Quinine Tablets,
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The organ giiuut-i uuu mo "iuu 25C
key aniuseu me umiuru m m- v(1- -
h .rt-P nne dav last weeii. no cure-no pay
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' , . .1 '"i Lin." wit v n i ciriiff iists sen ijju v o
The President s ana Keg-istrar s iastikss chill tonic for chilis and
have undergone a renovauon , c. '" 7y
(Utes n-vc Huuv if, Iron and Tome in a tasteless form. Children
rprpntlV. '1 Jiey nave ueen re wnite iOVe it. Adults prefer bitter nauseatine
washed and repainted inside.
Teleirraphic reports of the Dan-
I ville s-ame were received at Year by 's
drug1 store Saturday.
Prof. Harrington s Latin room
has been improved by two large
windows being put in on the north
side in the place ot the small ones.
Mr. A. G. C. Libby, of Main,
enpnt Saturday and &unuay on tne
Hill, the guest of Mr. Preston Cot
Mrs. Pond and Miss Pond, who
are spending the winter at Mrs.
Graves', returned Saturday from
Raleigh, where they attended the
The Freshmen and the Juniors
met on the gridiron last Thursday.
The game was rather exciting, and
: the .Freshmen at first seemed to
! have it all their own way. but the
Juniors rallied and won by a sxore
I of 8 to 0.
The Senior class held a meeting
I last Friday and appointed two Com
! mittees, as follows: on Baccalaure
ate Sermon, Messrs. Pfohl, Johnson
andBrogden; on Photographs Mess.
Foscue, Walker and McCormick,
The hunting1 season has opened.
The bird law was out the last day
of October. Those of the boys who
DURHAM,' N. C. -
W. DUKE, SONS & CO.,
BRANCH OF THE
American Tobacco Co.,
University of North Carolina,
Offers thorough instruction in four regular
have guns and dogs with them vvill courses of study six brief courses, optional
sional courses in law and medicine
fi U;A U :M t, ::M:i. r courses to sun inoiviauai neeas, ana proies-
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--umuffldK 11 luiciwuug iu Tuition $60 a year; total expense $200,
uuni inem, yet not so many uui uwi 400 studcnts, Z(, teachers, 40,000 volumes, 7
mey Will nave a plenty or exercise mes, 7 scientific laboratories and museums,
lu ntlfjing them. . I g-ymnasium, athletic grounds, bath rooms
Tu tr:ii rui c:,. (free to all
iuc ul aaih vjwiv-y T)jsrinline manlv. without esoionas-e
., . . . . . n r t 1 ' '
It a new Organization in Which Prot. I Scholarships and loans to the needy
Harrington is director and Mr. I Tuition free to sons of all ministers, can
PfnM ia A ru Q.' didates for the ministry, puoiic scnooi teacli
I ,.0 .., iifirsmis iirwlpr hnriilv infirtnif v.
on Monday evenings and contem-IddVess pkesiufkT-aldehhcak
plates uivine- o-eneral concerts in Chapel mil. n. c
RalfMO-ll rliii-itifr wii-itor.
Henenia for 1897. jnj versity Maqazine.
litors of the Ilellcnian oil 0
met in the Math room Saturday Published by the Dialectic and
morniiifr and elected W. H. Batrlev T) I. !1 r, .1 i K 111 T .1 fori ftnriplloc f
TA,., " . . - rillldllllliui'ii' uwiviH-n v.j
Z , r 1" " the University of North Carolina
Thl Editors for '98 are as fol- Subscription, $1 for the current
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Milton C Elliott, Delta Kappa furnished promptly on application.
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nas. Johnston, Phi Delta Tneta
reorge Vick, Jlappa Alpha. Literary contributions solicited
me Cy' P from the undergraduate body of the
.Robt. Connor, Sigma Alpha Ep- University. Articles of merit will
W.. J.;flUNTER, Managkk,.
Chapel Bill, N. C.
Good Teams, Nice Vehicles, Cureid
, : . Drivers. , ' ' . ,i
PRICES REASONABLE, .
W. N. Pritchard,
Shoe's'; Hardware and Farming
Implements a specialty.
Crah?m Woodard, Kappa Sima.
R. F. Rucker, Pi Kappa Alpha.
Iv- J. Bell, Beta Theta Pi.
W. D. Simpson, Sig-ma Chi.
Jute Caldwell, Sigma Nu.
Warren Kluttz. Phi Gamma Del-
find prompt publication. Upon mat
ters relating to the literary depart
ment of the Magazine,
S. S. Lamb,
Editor-in- Ci iej
Chapel Hill, N. C.
, A. A. Kluttz, V
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR ' - 1
All the-BooKs used urine univeisHy ana iiie
" ' common scrsoois- ! . ;i
Also Stationery and Students' Supplies ,
I have a fall line of ' ".I M jt'
Blair's Tablets and Note Books, Wirt's
Fountain Pens and Perfection. ! , t
Student's Lamps, Pratt's
Astral Oil. . , " , ,
'. A COMPLETE LINE OF
Men's Furnishing Goods, Fancy Goods and
. Toilet Articles. ,
Confectioneries, Fruits, Cigars and
Tobacco, Potted Meats and Pickles.
Fine Hats andLHand-madc Shoes
Having served "The Boys" and the Public
for a number of years, I -am prepared to offer
a line of g-oods unsurpassed in quality and
at prices to suit the times. My Motto' ls
"The Best Goods for the Lowest Cash Prices.
A. A. KLUTTZ
CALL ON THE
,- For the Printing1 of: "
Posters, Dodgers, )4
Letter Heads. Bill Heads
Receipts, Envelopes etc,
6 for 25 Cents. ,
cd; i niM
BRANCH HOUSE FOR NORTH
n. c:mj'& i5r6; 'a'nTs.
BASE BALL, FPOIVUALL,
TENNIS, ancUiOLF SUITS. .
25 per cent off for Clubs.
Jf Write for-catalegue & Samples:
ftCC O MMEBCED BY PRV3I0IANS. '
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Ciccks, Uatciies, Jewplry, Optical
Ooods and Novelties-
DO YOU WEAR SHOES?
!: If you do-we can-lit you. A full
line, of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
(fc GROCERIES, HARDWARE.
(Anything usually foundna a, , stock,
of (ieueral Merchandise. Give us a"
'trial. Respectfully," ' ''t,,J'
I --'f T. P. Lloyd, Prop'r. '
C. J. Copeland Man'g'r.' :
H. H. PATTERSON,
' ; ::..' DEALER IN ' .
Dry Goods, Notions,
Crockery,? Leather, Hardware, i" '
I h I II GKOER1ES .
: of all kinds. , , .
Monarch Flour frcsli from tlie llill
SHIP. STUFF 11 A ND j BRAN. . , ' ;
. COOK STOVES..
Heating- vStoyes(, Jsrafes and all kinds of
Stove Fixtures keept in stock. i . , .
. Agent'for the celebrated
Old Hickory Wagons.
.- W. M. YEARBY
Druggist and Seedsman
DURHAM, N. C. & CHAPEL HILL,. N. C.
Prescriptions, a Specialty
; RALEIGH, N. C.
DEALER IN CONFECTIONERIES
af all sorts. When in need of
any send your order."
fiST Special Attention to Students'.
SELLING AGENT FOR
j :.x .i .y i
GLASS FRONT PHARMACY!
Prescriptions a Specialty. ; ; ,
Clyde ICubanks, M'r.
W. L. TANKERSLEY, V
Dealer in, ' ""5 '
potted meats, olives, fine "' "'
s crackers. wat fes,' t 'j c.
a -i. . . f S r y j
. -- VV
1 lid iTld.ll 111 IIIV illUUU
would be happier it he could have a supply pf
Blackwell's Bull Durham
For over twenty-five years the standard smoking tobacco of the vbrld.
. To-day More Popular than' Ever;
To have a good smoke anytime and Werytime it is only 'necessary to';?
get Bull Durham. It is all good and always good. :
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO , "
DURHAM, N. C