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THE : HESPERIAN 15
The Prop. Medics moot this afternoon. Tho department of zoology has exchanged
The senior boys will soon appear in class it microscopes for a now sot. Inconsequence
A. J. Weaver of Falls City is in tho city
and visits his alma mater al spare moments.
The. joint program of the literary societies
will be given Nov. 20.
A. Z. Preseott has left school to accept a
position with the Columbia National Dank.
R. M. Cushman, who has been out of school
a week on account of sickness, is able to at
tend classes again.
Harry Sackett is local agent for the century
pen. If you need a pen see him before pur
chasing. Wa"tki A second hand LeContc's (u'ol
ogy. If you have one to sell or rent drop a
note in L. E. Mumford's mail box.
of this, the. students in the department will
have to work without microscopes for about
Tho latest collars, ties, shirts, gloves, etc.
at popular prices. See the new heavy checks
and stripes just arrived. Our tailoring is
list class in every respect. Wo sell no ready
13iM8TKA & Trrn.K,
C. L. Spencer, Uni. representative 1141 0 st
The Medics met last week and elected the
following ollicers: president, Daisy Bonnell;
vice-president, Vergil Harbor; secretary. I.
.1. Almy; treasurer. .1. II. Sayer; sergoant-at-arms,
E. E. Tyler.
Dr. Kctchum, Oculist and Aurist, Richards
Rlock treats diseases of the eye, ear, nose
Miss Amy Shiwly was shaking hands with and throat, and is fully erpiipad with inst ru
bor many friends at the Union society last
Friday night. She came up from Elmwood
where she is teaching.
The students of Otoe county are contem
plating the advisability of forming a club.
There are thirty-live students who are resi
lcnUs of that countv.
incuts for fitting g'assjs without nvydriatic
All fees reasonable.
The latest Street Car Time Table free at
(Jnrdners Tailor Shop. "Will make a suit or a
pair of pan Us almost as cheap as road' made.
Suits pressed oOc, pants lfc, cleaning and re
pairing at lowest prices. Cor. 11th and O St.
We beg to call tho attention of tho lady students to the immense assortments of
ready-to-wear garments wo arc showing this season. Tho cloak and suit depart
ment should be of special interest to the fair snx for, this season above all others,
we arc showing great nr varieties of styles and grades than we have ever shown be
Tins shoo department is also a most intoroKting department for hero are shown
tho most correct styles in fall and winter footwear, including tho latest novelties of
,the season as well as immense assortments of staplo styles. In fact every depart-
'ment in tho house greets you with a display and assortment of new and desirable
merchandise quoted at pi-ices that are brought within tho roach of al!.
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