The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 27, 1898, Page 16, Image 16

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If you want a shave, go to Westeriiold's.
If you want a good fountain pen get tho
Century. The best for the least money.
Miss Jessie Chappcll has been re-elected at
Birch for tho coming year.
The Co-op is selling stationery at a very
low lignre.
S. W. Pinkerton M)S has returned from Co
zad whore he has been teaching.'
The R. & C. Barber Shop 11-14 0 Street.
J. L. Kicherson, Pi op.
.7. V. Cortelvou '1)7 has been elected Supt
of the Humboldt schools.
J. F. Boomer will have charge of the Co
op during the summer school.
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Best Laundry, 2249 0 street.
Miss Eva McCuno will do work in the
Bummer school.
Full line of tablets rind history covers at
the Cooperative Hook Co.
Mrs. J. A. Reed wont to Beatrice last week
to attend a banquet given by the Beatrice
Literary Olnb.
I). M. Davis '07 has returned from Mcku
sukey J. T. where he has been teaching the
past your.
Mr. T. S. Cutter has been elected principal
of the Beatrice high school for the coining
Miss Martha Chappell will hold a position
as clerk in the county clerk's oflice this sum
mer. If you want a hair cut go to Westerfi eld's.
If you want auything in the line of Tonsorial
work, Wcsterfield's is tho place to find it.
117 North 13 St.
Students if you want your shoes made to
order, or if you want your shoes repaired, go
to J. II. Pettit, 1438 O st. All work is guaranteed.
are now in. We invite your inspection of
O 10th sts
Eva O'Sullivan '07 will be a university vis
itor next week.
Nora Johnston has had to slop university
work for a few days on account of sickness.
J. A. Magairo has been secured to conduct
two or tin ee institutes during the summer in
South Dakota.
The Pal Indians will go to the Park tomor
row to celebrate their annual picnic. A
'picnic' is expected.
F. S. Philbriek will have charge of the .
American history work during t'.ic absence of
Prof. II. W. Caldwell.
R. S. Baker has prepared an oration on
Abraham Lincoln which ho intends to deliver
in some of the western frontier towns during
the coming summer. He will also teach his
tory and civics in several of tho western
Dr. 11. K. Wolfe will give an address at
( rand Island June 7, before lLn.ll county
teachers and on June 3rd ho will deliver the
Commencement address at North Loup high
school. Dr. Wolfe will also address the in
stitutes of Saunders, Hamilton and Thayer
R. A. Emerson and Miss Hat tie JTarding
were married at the bride's home in Lincoln
last Tuesday evening. Both the bride and
groom are former students of the University
and members of the Delian society. Many of
their Delian friends accompanied them to tho
depot as they left on their visit.
T1CACHKRS WANTED for schools mid colleges
in every state. We need r0 immcdi.ilery. No com
mission charged on salary for our ncrvices.
Address, H H. HOPKINS & CO..
L B. 290 Chicago, HI.
1 i i
First National Bank
Lincoln, Te1raslcii.
oajpftax. - 8400,000.00
D.D. Mulr, President,
W. C. Phillips,
U.S. Prccraun Cashier.
Awt Cashier.
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