The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 01, 1895, Page 8, Image 8

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Gloves nt 1008 O street.
Go to Sector's for your ice cream soda.
Got that now style hair-cut at Westcrfield's.
The Palladians expect to have a party in
the near future.
Students should patronize Westerfield, the
tonsorial artist.
We are glad to report Miss Bona Ohappell
who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever
is convalescent.
For the cleanest and best made up cloth
ing that are fitters, go to the Ewing Cloth
ing Co., 1115-1117 O street.
All the old students will return to their
old boarding place, 1029 B. Why don't
you try the same place? Students club,
$2.25 a week.
Keene Abbott feelingly: Well, but, Mrs.
Manning, if a fellow was proposing to a girl
and saying all those things, would he look
in her eyes? 1 wouldn't. I'd be too blamed
Ten Tallyho parties have already been
arranged for to attend the foot ball game
November 2nd. $1.10 is the rate made by
the Burlington to Omaha and return on
this date.
The Berlin Cloak Co. give special invita
tion to the students to call and inspect the
elegant line of ladies' jackets, fur and cloth
capes. Latest styles and lowest prices.
1114 O street.
Mr. Corey's brother is very low with
typhoid fever in Falls City this state. Steve
went down there last Wednesday. He will
remain with his brother until ho is better,
which we hope will not be long.
If satan ever torture schemes
More dire than Hade's fire,
He'll sentence those to sophomore themes
Gainst whom he vents his ire.
If thus for sin sophs can't atone
He will their' griefs enhance,
He'll carve their credits deep in stone
Who watch their own Prof, dance.
Go to the Glovo store 1008 O stroot, the
best and the cheapest.
Sco Dr. Hodgman for first-class dental
work at very low prices.
Don't fail to call and examine the fine
lino of cloaks at Mrs. Gospers, 1114 O St.
The Seniors are thinking of adopting silk
tiles and canes as an insigma of their rank.
The best quality regulation drill gloves
are 10c at the Ewing Clothing Co., 1115,
1117 O street.
Now is the time to buy fall overcoats, we
have them cheap. , Independence Wool
Mfg. Qo., 119 North 13th st.
The Kuhlms,n Bros, left Monday for
Grand Island where they will harvest the
immense beet crop cultivated during the
summer vacation.
J. C. Porterfiold, 92' sends us the long
green for one subscription for which The
Hesperian is duly thankful. Mr. Porter
field is located in Los Cerrillos, New Mexico.
Abe Chappcll who went to Colorado for
his health, is making his parents a short
visit here in Lincoln. The halls seem
natural again with his blooming countenance
to light their dark passages.
For good, stylish-made-to-order suits see
the Independence Wool Manufacturing Co.,
Geo. W. Fraser, manager, 119 North 13th
street. We manufacture our own cloth and
have a first class tailoring department. We
turn out nothing but first class.
Every student should have attended the
races at least one day this week. Never
before in this state has there been a chance
to see such speedy goers. One is neglect
ing an important part of his education
when one remains cooped up in a library or
a class room when the very best horses in
the world are within reach of a 50 cent piece.
You may think you see horses every day
when you see the lumbering jades of our
streets behold Alix or Bobort J., and be