The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, September 17, 1897, Page 14, Image 14

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You are invited
to see
My Special $15 and $17 Suits
Made by hand. First class references
can bo furnished as to my artistic ability
Cleaning and repairing done correctly.
Artistically yours,
1240 0 St Lincoln, Nek.
Refracting Optician
Weak and Strained Eyes Successfully Fitted.
No Atropine, No Lost Time.
1300 O St.
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Th IutNt Nvh.
K. C. Packard 'flfi Law will teach at Gush
ing the coining year.
"V. E. Kirk 'Do will teach Greek in Nebraska
Wesley an University.
.S. M. Moss '1)7 will teach the Carle-ton
schools in Thayer Co.
X. C. Ahhott i)(i will continue his work in
the Nebraska City Blind Institute.
Scott & Shannon, tonso:ial artists. S. E.
corner 12th & ( sts. (Jive ns a call.
Arthur I'ancost was elected to the head of
the Department of History in Lincoln II. S.
Frank Brown '!M will hang out his shingle
as attorney at law in Omaha this coining year.
L. .1. Ahhott Jr. ' was elected to the
Principalship of the schools at Spirit Like, la.
We do not break collars: they arc turned
by hand. The Bast Laundry, 224!) O street.
Tel. r,7J).
T. Elmore 'ill! ami C. H. Welden ".)",
arc in attendance at the Rochester Theologi
cal seminary, Bochcstcr, N. Y.
W. L. IK-kes many friends will 1k glad to Mitchell Bl'OS.
know that he will occupy the position of Prin
ciil of Kaymoud schools this coming year.
C. S. Norton '1)7 was chosen as assistant
principal to succeed Miss Jo Mansfield ')."
who secured a position in Omaha high school.
Students if you want your shoes made to
order, or if you want your shoes repaired, go
to J. IL Pcttit, I-WKO St. All work guaran
teed. II. 0. Shedd 'ill will instruct in History in
the L. II. S. A. C. I'ancost M)7, last year in
structor in History in the L, H. S.f has been
promoted to Head ofthc I)eartment.
The Unions who sM'iit the summer in bin
coin ivHrf several jolly celebrations. The
intense hot weather did not effect their loyalty,
and made three sailing parties decidedly enjoy
able. At the close of the summer school Miss
Dempster entertained in honor of thorn
who had taken work, and of Mr. A buy, who
sailed last week for Berlin, Ocrmany. All
of the Unions are returning, filled with enthu
siasm for their years work, and will gladly wel
come new and old students at their opening
reception, this (Friday; evening.
Lincoln, Neb.
Photographic Supply Co.
518 Walnut St.
Photographic Material and Apparatus
Agents for Cramer's, Carbutt's, Ham
mer's and Seed's )r Plates. Write for
prices and particulars. '
Our program for '97
cnilll'lliplltl'tf giving till) people of
Niilii'iuikii the Ik'L mui vice to thccaf,
wct, uoitli ami louth they have
ever known.
It contemplate h roiiliuuam.'o of
our practice of lauding piueiiacr in
ciucago, rcoria, m mhim, Kansas
City ami Denver it quick or quicker
than nuy other road running out of
JJui'olii anil with no change of cur.
It includes improvement in equip
ment, truck, motive power, bridges
ami depot.
During IHi'7 ihcre uill be more
reasons ami hotter reasons for taking
the flurltrigton Hotite than ever be
fore I. ScM depot 711 street, foot (f I' street; city
ofllce, corner 10th and O streets.
(J. W. HONNKLb, C. P. &T A.
Men's Heavy Shoes Box Oalf,Oork Filled Sole,New Shapes $3.00