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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1898)
Local mid Pcrsonn.
If you want a shave, go to Westerfield's.
Dr. Kctchum, Oculist and Axirist, Richards'
Dr. Clyde Davis, dentist, Richards block.
Mr. R. II. Ewart spent a part of this week
at his home in Wahoo.
R. & C. stands for Richerson & Cole, the
popular barbers at 1144 0 Street.
Chancellor MacLean will lecture before the
Hamilton County teachers Febr. 2G.
The Co-op is selling stationary at a very
Miss Ella Leonard is again able to attend
classes after an ilness of two weeks.
Scott & Shannon, tonsorial artists. S. E
corner 12th & O sts Give us a call
W. O. Aycr is now a permanent assistant
in the library.
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Rest Laundry, 2249 0 street.
Uhc seniors are having their pictures taken
for the Senior Annual.
1 ull line of tablets and history covers at
the Cooperative Rook Co.
Prof. L. A. Sherman addressed the Wom
an's Club Monday evening.
Yule Bros. Hand Lanndiy. All work done
by hand. No extra charge for repairing.
1417 0 street. Phone 754.
Messrs. Joe Smith and Walter Guiselman
of Geneva visited Misfa Mabel Dempster this
Mr. E. D. Jones who left last week for
Guide Rock to attend his sick father, will
nt return this semester.
Chancellor MacLean addressed the Dodge
County Farmers Institute at Fremont Friday
night on "Agricultural Education."
Students if you want your shoes made to
order, or if you want your shoes repaired, go
to J. H. Pettit, 143S O st. All work is guar
anteed. Miss Olive Thayer has accepted a position
in the Blue Hill schools. Her sister, Miss
Mattie Thayer, succeeds her in the college
If you want a hair cut go to Westerfield's.
If you want anything in the line of Tonsorial
work, Westerfield's is the place to find it.
117 North 18 St,
Miss Florence Shank writes: "Send me the
IIespekiax as I want the Uni. news." The
many friends of Miss Shank will regret to
learn that she will probably not be back this
Lincoln's "Hustlers" are the people to buy
of, if you don't know 'cm, try their Three
"Beauts." They are cheap and hot as 1
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 1200 O.
J. II. McGuffey has been appointed to suc
ceed J. F. Boomer on the young men's col
lege settlement committee. Mr. McGuffey
has arranged a night class in Arithmetic un
der Frank Miller, and one in penmanship un
der J. II. Overturf at the "Graham-Taylor
It will soon be time for those interested in
Tennis to begin their practice. If enough in
terest is manifest Manager Burgert will be
able to secure some good games. Already of
fers have been made for an inter-collegiate
tournament to bo played under the auspices
of the Omaha Tennis Association upon their
grounds during the opening week of the Oma
Fountain Pens 14 karat gold, guaranteed,
at 59c, G9c and $1.00 each, nistory paper,
6c per 100 sheets. History covers 9c to 18c
each. Students' note books, University Tab
lets and all college supplies at lowest possible
prices. Book Dept. Herpolsheimer & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reed pleasantly enter
taincd the teachers and assistants of the his
tory departments at their home 1138 TSt.,
Saturday night. The evening was spent in
playing various social games. Those present
were Dr. Jones, Prof. Caldwell, Misses Rick
etts, Guile and Pinkorton; Messrs. Kuhlman
and Philbrick; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, Mr.
and Mrs. Feldmann, Mr. and Mrs. Reed.
A communication from the board of college
settlement should have appeared in the Hes
perian of last week. The board is much en
couraged by tho result of Mrs. Manning's stu
dent's program. Tho net proceeds will
amount to nearly 805. The board desires to
make tho College Settlement entertainment
an annual event. The board extends hearty
thanks to tho students for their patronage
and to Mrs. Manning for the success of the
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