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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1896)
Miss Jessie Law, '94, has spent u year
at Yale since her graduation here and is
continuing her studies at her home this
The friends of Miss Mary Campbell,
'1)5, will bo glad to hear that she has al
most recovered from an attack of typhoid
Kov, Parmelse, missionary from Tur
key, will bo here Nov. 21 and 22. He
will meet the Mission Band Saturday, 21,
at 11 a. m. and will speak in the chapel
Sabbath afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Chancellor MeDowel, of Denver, will
give an address Sabbath, Nov. 15th at 3
). m. in the chapel. His subject will be
Bible Study. The chancellor is an ex
eellent speaker and it is hoped that as
many as possibly can, .will take this op
portunity of hearing him.
iMiHtulithh hlniveh and hair cuts for Hide at
It supplies a long felt want the Uhi.
1330 0 street. .las. Kolbaoh custom
Vt the Co-op, a second hand Telegram
bicycle good as new, $25.
If the subscription money is in the way
just give it to the Business Manager.
Oan you get good board at Boomer's
dub for $2.00? Come and see. 524 N
Seventy-live cents pays for the Hes
perus from now until the end- of the
l)ad Colo. Dad Colo, Dad Cole, Dad
J-olo, Dad Cole's barber shop, Capital
Hotel, Uo N llth St.
The old students go to Westerfield's.
iou should do the same, if you want the
68t hair cut in the city.
We are- soiling tablets and students'
note books ut a big reduction this week.
J tent note books go for 3 and 4 cents.
iu cents for (J, 7 and 8 ceuts. Don't miss
11118 ehn,1e. Herpolsheimer & Co.
Daniel Webster was the editor of the
first college paper in the Unitod States.
You can't get better $2.00 board in
the city than at Boomer's club, 524 N
We are headquarters for fountain pons
We soil them and guaranteo them from
69c to $5 each. If our pons are not sat
isfactory we will return you your money.
H. HtiRPOLSIIEIMElt & Co.
Remember that the business managers
of the Junior Annual board offer prize's
for the best stories and poems written by
students for the Annual. All students
who can write are urged to compote.
The stories must not contain morothan
four thousand words; and three typo
written copies of each story and poem
must be handed to Miss Jean Tuttlo bo
fore Jan. 15th, 1897. The author's name
must be0 enclosed in a sealed envelopo
which has the subject of the story or
poem written on the out side.
For other specifications see Miss Tuttlo.
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday morning, a tourist,
sleeping car for Salt. Lake City, San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves Omaha
and Lincoln via the Burlington Route.
It is carpeted ; upholstered in rattan ;
has spring seats and backs and is pro
vided with curtains, bedding, towels,
soap, etc. An experienced excursion
conductor and a uniformed Pullman por
ter accompany it through to the Pacific
While neither us expensively finished
nor as fine to look at; as a palace sleeper,
it is just as good to ride in. Second-class
tickets are honored and the price of a
berth, wide enough and big enough for
two, is only $5.
For a folder giving full particulars,
call at the B. & M. depot or city office,
corner of 1 0th & O streets.
Geo. W. Bonnell,
f P. &T. A.
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