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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1894)
Miss-Elmore, '99, who has been ill for two
weeks, is so far recovered as to be able to
return to her home near Weeping Water.
Why not get a locker of the Cooperative
Book Co. and prevent any possibility of hav
ing your books stolen. Only 10c a month.
Your should see the Courier Review's last
number. They rejoice as greatly as do we
over their victory over M. S. U. Thanksgiv
ing. Paul Carson, an old University student
who used to be greatly interested in athletics,
was down to Omaha Thanksgiving with his
McCall & Burch Pharmacists, 1229 O St.
have the agency for Dicksons celebrated
chocolates and bonbons. Sold in boxes or
The Ewing Clothing Co., has just received
another invoice of the very latest styles in
overcoats. They are up to date. Step in
and see them.
Go to Westerfield's barber shop. Estab
lished for six years. Elegant bath rooms in
connection. 117 N. Thirteenth street or
basement Burr block.
The reason the Ewing Clothing Co. has
such a good trade, is because they handle
nothing but reliable, first class merchandise,
and what they say you can rely on.
The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table by
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, i2mo cloth gilt
top, published at $1.50 for 50 cents at Book
Dept. Herpolsheimer & Co.
We advise students to buy books at the
Lincoln Book Exchange 134 S. 12th street.
Second-hand university book a specialty.
Books of all kinds bought and sold.
The next monthly missionary meeting of
the Y. M.andY. W. C. A. will hot be a joint
meeting. Separate and special work is to be
taken up by the two associations.
Students will now find convenient lockers
furnished by the Co-operative Book Com
pany.. You never need go bookless any
more if you have got the requisite price.
Professor Sherman's lecture before the Y.
M. and Y. W. C. A. Sunday was well attend
ed. His subject was "Scientific and Relig
eous Thoughts in Their Latest Aspects."
Mr. Nicodemus, an old U. of N. man, was
seen shouting loyally; and our own Schuyler
joined in I the chorus with us whenever Flip
bucked the line or Yont went around the end.
Theophilus Bruger was around shaking
hands with the boys at the Millard last
Thursday. Too bad he had to sit on the
CouncilBJuff tally-ho and wear gold instead
scarlet and cream.
These crisp mornings and evenings are
nature's warning to man; prepare yourself for
the severe weather to follow. Underwear is
the foundation of dress, get it perfect fitting
in any quality at Herpolsheimer & Co.
If you care for the comfort of being well
dressed, the satisfaction of style and the
knowledge of the best material in the best
make for the money you can get it at the
Ewing Clothing Co., 11 15 and 1117 O St.
All students desiring to go home during
the holidays can get a one and one-third fare
for round trip over the Burlington Route to
all points within a radius of two hundred
miles. Tickets on sale Dec. 24 good to
return until Jan. 4th.
To pun the wool over your eyes is con
temptible, but to ull it over your feet is sen
sible. Herpolsh'himer & Co. will pull the
wool over your feet in the shape of sox or
stockings decided values in woolen hosiery
for men and women at 17c, 25c and 35c a
QThe following extract from the constitu
tion of the Western University Foot-Ball
Association is self explanatory, and may
throw some light upon a question of especial
interest. to us at present:
Art. II. Sec. 3. At the meeting in Dec
ember 1894 there shall be an assessment of
$50.00 On each University for the purpose of
purchasing a trophy which shall be held by
the wipning team during the next year. This
trophy 'shall be the property of the Associa
tion until it has been won three times by one
University when it shall remain the property
of said University.
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