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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1897)
T 11 K I E S P E R 1 A N
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1330 0 street. las. IColbnoli custom
Principle J. W. Crafotree "was up from
Best work in the city. Merchant's
The laundry party given by the Y. W.
C. A. was not a financial success.
Call and see our new hydraulic chairs
at 1144 0 street. R & 0
Miss Stella Pfeiffer has returned to her
home in South Dakota.
Miss Martha Burks '95 and Burt Forbes
'95, wore Lincoln visitors Friday. They
came up with the Beatrice high school
teachers, who visited the Lincoln schools.
The senior girls' tea party at the home
of the Misses Spurck was a very enjoy
able affair. Thirty of the senior girls
wore present. The afternoon was spent
getting thoroughly acquainted. Refresh
ments were served and toasts were re
sponded to. Miss Grace Thompson acted
as toast mistress. The senior girls liave
resolved to have more of those gatherings
and are seriously considering inviting
the senior boys to their next party.
'Goal to burn. Charles B. Gregory, U.
of N. '01 , sells all lands of coal at 'llOO
0 Street in in the basement of the Rich
ards block. Students are invited to call.
THE : MODEL
Dim n.ff Hall
316 South Twelfth Street.
.First-class sivioe. Meals 'quickly
and tastily served.
Tabic Board $3 per Week.
Special rates (for students.
NEW FURNISHING and TAILORING
Store is showing thenew
Ideas in shirts
See the windows at 117 Slltb
Catnpliorcsis for Painless Filling.
BR. F. D. SHEHWIN,
Room 17 Burr Block, Second Flaor
A. KRONER am
The Leading Hatter & Furnisher
A complete assortment of Hats, Caps,
Shirts, Collars, Gulf's, Neckwear, Un
derwear, Hosiery, etc., at popular
io fir. ct. Dis. to Students 039 0 St
?S- r Irhmfut
W Do replay' o ll'Aiiiuim"
ITo Home is Really Complete
Without a lie w 1897 Model
1'rlws liavc been .culd down us u result of tjuj
Washburn b onormoiih popularity no that ""'."
uitii buy u Kuniilnc Washburn of tin vurj ' tout tlemijn
From $15.00 Upward.
The inw AViwhlHirii Muiiili.llii i- n riiUlcul lupHrt
ure from formwr t !-.. It It. thu politest, iliiliitlLSt
una lluhtuKi Miiiuioiiii imuKiimblK, mid t Jn U
lirimuhtw vnrv u-ur iilmt f ,f r,,!V " ,
litlln. WintliluiriMi arts wild lit fixed una uniform
iiric" by all lirtt-(.'hi. mimic douli-rh evcrywu'ro.
tiMhliurtik are th lu-kiiowltulRt-d .ttindiird t";
world. Ihev tire iimkiI t-xehwl.olj b the luiiuliu,
Artisir., 'I eiu-liHi miilfjli'u Clubs. Our new ush
bun. on il urn coiiuinliiK portraits of "verJ"1'
AriUUiiiiil lull Information, prices ctuloriemcitb,
uto., w 111 In wnt free on receipt of implication. , Ji
your lot-id dealer ciiiumt supply you we win - "
Washburn t O. TJ. with iirlvUet;e of examination,
direct from thu fui'tory.
A Washburn Improves with ape und makefl a
Gift thut Increases In value asthe years y
It Is really -worth many times Its cost.
P-YON & MEALY,
Corner Wabash Ave. and Adams St., Chicago,
M-eals Ira oemls
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