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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1891)
The class of '96 . is keeping up with other classes in the
university. They met for organization O.'tobcr 16, ami are
now organized with the following officers: President, Adam
McMullcn; vice-president, Win. Hcnjamin; secretary, Grace
Prey; treasurer, Florence Stockton; historian, A. Roberts;
sergcant-atarms, L. M. Ovcrstrcct. Dont be surprised at
any lime to hear a new class yell ringing Ih tough University
Hall.- " " "
The man who plays the clarionet,
The man who blows the horn,
The man who makes th,c flute his pet.
And wakes you up at morn;
The man who plays the tenor drum
May put the soul on thistles,
Hut the one who oftcnest makes you glum
Is the blooming wretch who whistles. Ex.
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIN.
COKA TO CIIAKI.IK.
1)kar Ciiaklky Come tomorrow evening, sure. Papa is
at home, but is laid up with a sore foot. See?
CIIAKLKY TO CORA.
Dkar Cora I can't come tomorrow evening. I am laid
up on account of your papa's sore foot. See? Ex.
Literary student to bookseller. "I want a Chaucer."
Hooksellcr. "We don't keep tobacco, sir."
One of our young men went out to call,
Sporting a bran new prince:
lie placed his heel on a banana peel,
And he hasn't bananawherc since. Ex.
Deep-thinking Senior. "Say, Milliard, r, life worth liv
ing?" Dullard ssuming a very wise aud scientific air).
"Well, cr-r. It depends on the liver." ".r.
A first class butter the Rocky Mountain goat. Smiles.
An ancient Roamiu' maiden the feinrlc book agent. Ex.
Guppy, (as he investigated the' quarter of limbergcr). "Do
you know what famous council of the Reformation this cheese
makes me think of?"
Tuppy. "No, what's that, jGuppy?"
Guppy. "The Diet of Worms, me boy." Smiles.
Prep (to zoological senior). "Hogs die of insomnia down
. Senior. "How is that?"
Prep. "Mud conglomerates upon their tails so they cannot
close their eyes."
Saycr & Sawyer, stationery.
New sourkrout at the "Good Luck."
Cadet suits, gloves and caps at Ewing's.
Call on. Ewing for cadet gloves aud caps.
Cadet caps and suits a specialty at Ewings.
Special prices to students at T. Ewing & Co's.
Come and sec what "Erasiue" is at Hesperian office.
Fine veiws of the University buildings; at the Hesperian
Office.' . ' '
Get your fine stationery of Saycr & Sawyer at the Hcspe
New York pears, quinces and Talman sweet apples at the
Pens, ink', paper, envelopes, pencils and erasers at the
'STRAnKP As a greedyjuhior said, seeing that the soph
omr?s'Hat surpassed his in 'beauty.
The finest students' suits in the city at Ewing & Co's,
1115-17 O street. Good goods; low prices.
Have you seen the nicklc" savings stamps? Call at Ne
braska Savings Hank for descriptive circular.
Found crcd on mashed potatoes, near the corner of Sand.
12th Streets, W. F. Wolfe. Use Kennedy's spavin cure.
Fohsale A last summer's ventilation-straw-bicycle-hat.
Inquire anywhere except on the third floor of University
A neat vest pocket memorandum book will be given to
every student by the Nebraska Sr ings Hank. Call on Ting
ley and get one.
Wantkd Second-hand ibooks bought, sold, and ex
changed. Law books a specialty. Lincoln Hook Exchange
119 North'Twelflh street.
Lost! Somewhere on the campus since school began
some sub-nasal appendages. Finders arc warned not to leave
them in the steward's office.
We do not offer special prices to students but we
guarantee our prices to be lower than those
who do. We have a large stock of Under
wear, Hosiery, Gloves, etc, for Ladies and
Gentlemen which we invite you to inspect.
MILLER & PAINE.
133-139 SOUTH UTH STREET-
JMILUNERY AND NOTIONS
1 1 14 O Street.
Ilutcliins & Hyatt
COAL AND WOOD
Office No. 1040 O Street.
P. F. HUBER,
Coal and Wood.-
Yards at 14th and Mo Pacific Ry. Telephone 779.
OFFICE, 1206 O STREET '
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