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THE I HESPERIAN
If you want a ahave, go to Vestor,liold's.
Fred Abbott has been elected principal of
the Albion high school.
If you want a good fountain pen gel the
Century. The- bust for the least money.
The senior programs made their appear
The R. & C. Barber Shop 1U4 0 Street.
J. L. Richerson, Pi op.
C. 1). Searson, of Grand Island, spent Sun
day with his brother, J. Ar. Searson.
The Co-op is selling stationery at a very
Mr. .1. E. Adamson has been re-elected at
Broken Bow with an increased salary.
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Best Laundry, 22-i9 0 street.
Full line of tablets and history covers at
the Cooperative Book Co.
Miss Olive Thayer is expected home a week
from next Friday.
C. W. Taylor has been elected principal of
the Ohiowa high school.
Mr. Henry Dempster, of Beatrice, visited
with his sister, Mabel, over Sunday.
.1. F. Boomer has been placed in charge of
the "Co-op" during the absence of Mr. Oury.
John Hershey, of Beatrice, visited his
brother, Archibald, over Sunday.
J. W. Searson will instruct in the institutes
oi' the counties of Hall, Hamilton, Hebron
W. S. Heitzman will teach history, civics
and arithmetic in Polk county institute this
Miss Suzanne "Walker, of the Omaha high
school, viBited friends at the University Mon
day. Inspector J. "W. Crabtree will go to Barne
tou this evening to deliver the commence
ment address before the graduating class.
Prof. Fosslrr is giving his Sunday school
class at the Universalist church a course of
lectures on the book of Job.
A largo number of students skipped class
Monday to bid the soldiers of the first regi
ment a parting farewell.
The Unions will hold their picnic tomorrow
at Lincoln Park, instead of Burlington beach,
as was stated last week.
V. R. M ('Lucas, ".)(, who has been princi
pal of Fairbury high school the past two
years, has been elected superintendent of the
schools of Central City.
If you want a hair cut go to Wcsterfield's.
If you want anything in the line of Tonsorial
work. Westeriield's is the place to find it.
117 North 13 St.
R. H. Graham, '97, has been re-elected
at Arapahoe for the ensuing year, with an
increased salary. The University receives
excellent reports from Mr. Graham's work.
Students if you want your shoes made to
order, or if you want your shoes repaired, go
to J. U. Pettit, 143S 0 st, All work is guar
anteed. There is some talk of asking the faculty
and regents to encourage debating and ora
tory by allowing a certain amount of credit
for work along that lino.
The Union boys will give their special pro
gram Friday evening. The boys have, spent
no little pains in getting up this program and
an excellent entertainment is assured.
TEAUHKKS WANTED for schools mid collegia
in every state. We need fiO immediately. No com
mission charged on salary for our .services
Address, 11. II. HOPKINS & CO.,
I- H. 21)0 Chicago, 111.
First National Bank
CAPITAL - 100,000.00
1). U. Mulr, President, U.S. Freeinun Cauhlor.
W. ('. Phillips, Ahb't Cashier.
OUE NEW SPKING SUITS
are now in. We invite your inspection of thein
O 10th sts O & 10th sts
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