The office of the Co-operative Society for the present is located at 13 Harvard row (corner of Church street), and will be under the charge of Mr. A. A. Waterman, '85, the assistant superintendent. Blue-books are on hand for sale, (or rather mottled books, - a sensible change having been made from the familiar blue covers of the past.) Other stationery is also kept in stock and sold at about one-half the ordinary retail prices. Orders will be received for the purchase of books in general, and second-hand books can now be left with the society for sale on commission. It is especially urged upon all who have signed to become members to pay up immediately, as the future success of the society must depend largely upon the readiness of men to come to its support.
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