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14 THE HESPERIAN
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OPEN ALL NIGHT.
$3 Commutation Ticket for $2.75.
1 5 cent Meals a Specially.
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COMMIT DiniHG HALL
Corner nth and R. Will seat 80 people. Regular board at $2.50. Tickets $3
Omaha Hedical College.
The Sixteenth Annual session will com
mence October 1st, 1890, and continue
All departments of Medicino and Surgery
are represented in tho Courses of instruction
which extend over a poriod of four years.
Entrance and graduation requirements are
in accord with tho Association of American
Medical Colleges and the various State
Boards of Health.
Instruction is given by means of Recita
tions and Lectures. Laboratory work in
Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Histology
Pathology and Bactorialogy; and Clinics in
tho Douglas county, Omaha, Immanuol,
Clarkson and Presbyterian hospitals and also
n tho largo College out-door Dispensary.
Fees foroach Course of Lectures, $05.00.
Fc particulars and catalogue address,
W. O. BRIDGES, M. D.,
118 N. Eighteenth St.
THERE ARE TWO
KINDS OF BICYCLES
There are no untried
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umbias. Every detail
has been perfected by
at least a year's use.
Beautiful Art Catalogue for
1 896 of Columbia and Hart
ford Bicycles is free if you
call upon any Columbia
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two -cent stamps.
POPE MANUFACTURING CO.
Factories and General Offices, Hartford, Conn.
Branch Stores and Agencies in almost every city and
town. If Columblas are not properly represented
In your vicinity let ua know.
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