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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1898)
Dr. Clyde Davis, dentist, ltichards block.
If you want a shave, go to Westerfield's.
The Co-op is selling stationary at. a very
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Best Laundry, 224!) O street.
Full line of tablets and history covers at
the Cooperative Book Co.
The R. & C. Barber Shop 1144 O Street,
J. L. Bicherson, Pop.
Miss Nana Bridge of Fremont, who has
lecn home for several weeks on account of the
illness of her mother, returned to her work in
the University Monday morning.
Lincoln's "Hustlers" are the people to buy
ofc if you don't know 'em, try their Three
Baauts." They are cheap and hot as 1
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 120G O.
Altai Mary Wallace of Council Blufl's left
pcliool for the rest of the semester, last week
on account of her own and her mother's ill
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in cwij -inw. WV necl 50 iramudiatfly. Xocoin
I0i1in jiar4l on flaiy for ur t.rrie.
AiUUeuH, a. H. HOPKINS & CO.,
1,. B. 2'J0 Chicago, 111.
The Bev, Mr. VThitmore, president of the
American Anti-Saloon League gave a five
minute talk in chapel Monday, outlining the
work of his organization and giving something
of its history.
Ij Chapel Friday morning, the bust of Sen
ator Morrill was unveiled by Chancellor Mac
Lean, speeches being made by the Chancellor
and Dean Bessey. The platform was decora
ted with palms and flag drapery, the bust
standing just beneath the arch.
Young's Celebrated Stiff Hats
the New Styles are now in. Call and see them.
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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 13 St.
Students if you want your siioes made to
order, or if you want your shoes repaired, go
to J. H. Pettit. 143S O st. All work is guar
anteed. The Palladians held a short meeting Tues
day at Chapel time, at which resolutions of
S3'mpathy were passed on account of the death
of Mrs. Cushman. Also a boquet of llowcrs
were sent to the family. Flowers were also
sent to Miss Shank who is sick at her home.
The latest songs, "Cinderella White,'' -'Heroes
Wn j Sank With the Maine," at 20c each.
All latest popular songs at lowest prices.
Full line of Music Bolls, Guitare, Mandolins,
Violins, and Sundries at cut prices. Agents
for the Harp-Guitar the latest novelty in
Musical instruments. Art and Music Dep't..
Herpolshcinier & Co.
Miss Barr has recently been granted a leave
of absence and will sail for Europe April 2,
with the party of Dr. Seaver of Yale. They
will first go to Stockholm for several months
to attend the Boyal Central Institute there.
. 31iss Barr will study the Swedish system of
gymnastics. They will then go to Berlin
where she will continue her studies. Dr.
Seaver, who is at the head of physical training
in this country is well known in Europe and
America by his scientific investigations and
his books on anthropometry. The gymnas
ium work here will he so arranged that it will
continue under the direction of the assistants.
However there will be no girls gymnasium
exhibition this spring.
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