The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, October 15, 1892, Page 16, Image 16
16 THE HESPERIAN Students should call for coupon books, and buy shoes of Ed. G. Yates, 1 129 0. St., Lincoln, Neb. Dr. L. Menus, dentist. Dcnlristry in alMts branches, according to all known methods. Office, 135 South 1 1 th. Leaving Lincoln 5:25 p.m. on the Northwcst crn's new train, you reach Chicago in 16, New York in 43, and Boston in 46 hours. Students can get a special discount at the Y. M. C. A. Hat and Men's Furnishing Goods Store. Gardner & Bumstead, comer 1 3th and N. When you are ready for your new dress or cloak or hat or set of furs, go to llerpolsheimcr & Co., corner 12th and Nstreect, who have the larg est stock at the lowest prices. Fine dressmaking at reasonable prices. This house is headquarters on carpets, curtains, dolls, toys, presentations and art goods of every description. THE NEW CHICAGO TRAIN. This train, provided by the Northwestern line for its patrons, furnishes the business man and the general traveler the best accommodations in time of departure from Lincoin, 5:25 p. m., quickness of transit and hour of arrival in Chicago, 9:30 a. m., for transaction of business there or for reach ing eastern destination in the shortest possible time. Free chair cars, palace sleeping cars and diners minister to the passenger comfort in the highest degree. For berth reservations, tickets, etc., call at city ticket ticket office, 1 133 O Street. A. S. Fielding, W. M Shi I'M an, City Ticket Agent. General Agent. Brevity is not only the soul of wit! but of adver "We are the People! that can save you money, if you have need of any of the following articles: 4 plain lead pencils for (3c a doz.) ic. Lead pencil with rubber, (3 for 5c.) 2c. Pen holders from ic to 5c each, patent pocket pencil holder ic. Sanford's, Thomas & Carter's writing inks (black, violet and green) 3c and 5c per bottle. Mucilage per bottle, 4c. "Earth" pencil tablets ( ioc size.) 4c. Cocuanut oil Toilet soap (2 for 5c.) per bar, 3c. Book or Shawl straps 3c to ioc each. Lunch baskets from ioc to 39c each Webster's unabriged Dictionaries (12S1 pates' cloth bound) only 89c. Gent's and Ladies shoes from $1.25, to $2.50, pair. Gent's and Ladies' underwear from 25c to 98c a garment. Corsets from 25c to 98c. Before purchasing anything in the line of furn mshings or notions, call and get prices at the "Racket" 1016 P St. De biggest balloon kin be packed in a bar'l when de gas am out. Ex. THE REGISTRARS COLUMN. It mutters what course n student takes, but not more than how lie takes it, for his reputation as a student will follow him every where. Ho may manage to slip along, evade some hard work and substitute what ho likes for what docs not please him s-o well ; but the time comes, sooner or later, whon his work stands out in all its fullness or deficiency, as the case may be. Gradu ates are constantly finding themselves in circumstances in which the fact of their poss esing a diploma is of secondary importance compared with the character of the work done while earning it, and students who leave their work unfinished or otherwise neglected are quite sure to feel the disad vantage of it, within a short time. A young lady who did not expect to return to the University of Nebraska was tempted to ab sent herself from an examination to fill a social engagment ; yet within a year, she had need of every grade belonging to hoi , to obtain a situation in an eastern city. A young man attended the University an en tire fall term, doing full work, but had not the self-control sufficient to keep him through examination, because he did not in tend to return, and when he wished to en ter another school, he found himself under great disadvantages for want of grades for that unfinished work. These are not isolated cases ; for dozens of students find need of the record they have made in the Univer sity, and those who leave one diversified with . conditions and substitutes and failures will sometime realize that what is worth doing, is worth doing well. The Washburn Argo Reporter has changed it form, from a bi-weekly to a weekly, publishing each month, three numbers, consisting of locaK and editorials, and one number containing tht literary matter. This is but another example of the "push" oJ western college journalism. lt is a move, how ever, that should be taken with caution. A goou semi-monthly or even monthly, will do more for the reputation of a college, than a mediocre weekly or daily. "Don't you admire Carlvle ?" said th. liiornrv young woman. "1 should say so, was the other girl's proud re ply, "I am from Kentucky myself." Ex.