The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 07, 1897, Page 4, Image 4

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Here, Jack! And then there would be
gin a genuine live affray.
In this manner I herded conjectures
and fought cattle: and hated that old
white cow for forty days; each day I
told over to myself a bigger dream.
And yet what is all this written for?
Why, I learned to dream; I still dream.
Sometimes I lie awake at night and
dream, and then fall asleep and dream.
Lo, now T scarcely know fact from fancy.
Fked West.
See King's ad. on page 7.
.T. F. Stoltz has left school lo work on
the state farm.
0. II. Thomas has been enjoying a
visit from his brother.
Boys go down to the R & C shop
and get the latest hair ruts.
Margaret Davis joined the Union soci
ety last Friday evening.
Mr. Jorgensen has been raised to the
rank of first lieutenant.
,Dr. Hodgman's dental office, 1105 0
street. Special rates to students.
The Dalian's will give a "New Mem
bers' program" Friday night.
The English dub will meet Saturday
evening at the home of Annie Prey.
Lady students can find no better place
to buy millinery than at Mrs. Gosper's.
The Palladian girls are preparing a
special program forthe2Istof this month.
Grace Hulhorst is awiin in school after
an absence of two weeks on account of
Boys, remember that Wcstcrficld, the
pioneer barber, gives the latest style in
haircjUs 117 N 8th.
Harry Johnson is slowly improving.
He will not, however, be able to enter
sHiool again this year.
Bumstead & Tuttle can give you the
proper style and cut in suits. Notice the
fit in llieir garments.
Prof. Edgren will conduct the second
year French class this summer.
Dr. Clyde Davis, Dentist, Richards Blk.
The class of 1900 will give a reception
in Representative hall Friday evening.
May 7.
Mrs. Zipp, nee Nellie Faulkner, now
of Wray, Colorado, is visiting among
old university friends.
Alpha chapter of Phi Kappa Psi will
be at home to their friends next Friday
evening at 1630 Gr street.
The appearance of the library build
ing is being greatly improved by rephu'
ing the'old plank walks with stone.
For high polish or domestic work, trv
The Best Lauxduy. We do not break
collars, they are turned by hand. 224!)
0 Street. Phone 570.
O. W. Belden has been compelled to
leave school on account of ill health
He will go home and reeuperalo on the
farm .
The annual gymnasium exhibition
takes place Saturday evening, .May
The boys who have tickets are lo be
Please remember that D. T. Smith
jeweler 1140 O street, will make pricw
right on watches, jewelry, fountain pen-
and repairing of all kinds.
Bessie Tuttle, a former university stu
dent, was married at the home of her
mother last Saturdav morning to Mr.
Halstrom of Chicago.
Prof. Barbour gave another of his illus
trated lectures in the Chemical leetnrc
room Tuesday morning. He lioj es to
be abla to give one more before the end
of the year.
Resoi,vk, That the cheapest place in
Lincoln to buy Student's Note Books,
History Paper, Fountain Pein, Diction
aries, Paper covered Novels and all
books, stationery and college supplies in
is the Book Department of ITerpolsheiin
er & Co.