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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1894)
Bacon's Essays, cloth 20c, at Herpols
heimer & Co's.
'Big" Hopewell was down getting point
ers from Hemming Thanksgiving.
Students go to S. F. Westerfields barber
shop, 117 North Thirteenth street.
j. W. Searson spent his Thanksgiving
recess among his old University friends.
The Cooperative Book Co. carries a full
line of stationary with prices the lowest.
Miss Willa Cather returned from her
Thanksgiving vacation, Monday, Dec. 3.
Miss Grace McKinnan, vice-president of
'97, not 94, has been obliged to leave school.
Denial parlors of Drs. Hodgman & McNay
over Harley's. Reduced price to students.
Misses Bruner and O'Sullivan spent
Thanksgiving at their homes in West Point.
White House Cook Book published at
$2.50 for $1.25 at Book Dept. Herpolsheimer
The mandolin, Clarionet and all instruments
taught by special instructors at the Universi
The Annex barbershop, 117 N. Thirteenth
street, or basement Burr block, S. F. Wester
Miss Chappell had a pleasant party Nov.
20, in honor of Mr. Searson. It was mostly
a Union crowd.
Mr. Miller, of the class of '94, was in Lin
coln to spend Thanksgiving. He is teaching
school in Schuyler.
The program is out for the state teachers
association to be held at the university during
The Delians are to have an Alumni pro
Lady students get 10 per cent discount on gram Dec. 14. It will be a grand success,
all shoes at the Raquet store, 1016 P street. Even' one is invited.
Miss Green suffered a relapse last week.
She is now slowly recovering, but is yet very
Take the Burlington route for a holiday
trip. Go and return for one and one-third
The students in Psychology are studying
sensations. The latest is the prospect of
An Omaha Club has been formed of stu
dents from Omaha. It starts with a mem
bership of twenty-five.
Ascent of Man" by Henry Drummond,A The greatest value m overcoats and ulsters
$1.69 at Herpolsheimer & Co's book departy 0r ten and twelve dollars, can be found with
S. F. Westerfield, proprietor barber shop
basement Burr block. Students trade so
licited. Prof. Bruner is' to be made happy by the
the Ewing Clothing Co.
There is some talk of our conquering
heroes playing the Hastings Y. M. C. A.
team in the near future.
Prof. Hodgman was unable to take change
present of a Pomeranian dog tied up in scarlet of his class on Tuesday on occount of illness,
and cream. Prof. Brooks filled his place.
Go to Westerfield's barber shop. Estab- -mT V .' MT C. A. delegates to the state
lished for six years. Elegant bath rooms in convention held at Beatrice Dec. 7-9 report a
The Senior girls had another meeting
Monday, Dec. 3, to decide something further
E. P. Holmes, of the class of '78, was nom-
profitable and enjoyable meeting.
Professor Barbour and Lees, and Paul
Pizey wheeled it to Omaha, and were not too
tired to yell with us afterward either.
One and one-third fare rates for round trip
inated by Governor Crounse, as successor to to all points within two hundred miles during
Judge Strode. the holidays over the Burlington route.
Late novelties in neckwear, for the Holli- Wallace Clyde Davis, D. D. S.. Dental
day trade, have just arrived at the Ewing office in Richards block, northeast coiner 11
Clothing Co. and O streets. Fine gold filling a specialty.
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