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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1898)
E. R, Harvey summered in Lincoln,
W. G. Kinitont Union, is in Kansas Oily.
Miss Amy Shively will be in school till is year.
C. M. Barr will lie in iJho university again 'tlhis year.
P. Van Valin enjoyed 8vis vacation, at ihounc in Arlington.
The Students' Supply Store, 1125) R St., Rojwr & Punk.
In men's fine shoos we lead. Webster & Rogers, 1043 O St,
Charlie Anderson, '98, has gone to work in Philadelphia history.
Monte Belkna.p is witih tQi'e Western Electric company at. Chicago.
W. It. Boose spent most of his vacation at his (home iiv Palls Oit.y.
Our $3.00 a,nd $3.50 sOioes are the best. Webster & Rogers, 1043 0 St.
A. C. Lee labored oh Wis father's fa ran at Craig, Neb., during' (.he: va
cation. A. A. Miller has goive to take a position with the Westinglifouse
Miss Lenora Dahl spent her vacation, with friends in W.'sVonsiu and
Mrs. Hodgmn.u has losit) botih her mother and sister by death dur
Dr. P. M. Filing passed! n very pleasant vacation in Minnesota and
Chemistry aprons a.ml labels at the University Hook Store, im old
"Co-op" room. t
E. B. Perry has been in the lumber business at Eudtis and x-arn-n
m luring1 vacation.
Hundreds of second hand' books bought oik! sold daiily this week at
Hie "Uni." Book Store.
Oour signs may be taken down, but the Students' Supply Store still
remains, ltoper & Funk.
Dr. Ward was delegate from this chapter to tiie national council of
P. B. K. ait Saratoga, September
J. C. Dasembrock spent his vacation, at liomc in Colfax county,
farming and running a tQiresncr.
C. A. Fisher spent a very pleasant summer surveying witiln N.' II.
Darton of U. S. geologieai survey.
The Students' Supply Store needs -no signs. The students fluid us
just tihe sarnie, signs or no eiguis. ltoper & Funk. .
The big rock once sank into obliviom, but that Avas Ixjfore t3ic Stu
denits' Supply Store opened up just across tihe street,
Itemember that Americani and European history outlines amid source
extracts can be secured at tlhe Student' Supply Store, -- .J iC t, .
Be sure and visit the Regent Factory Agency, 1030 0 street nmiili see
some of the best $3.00 slhoes for men on tiie market. FuWy warranted.
C. A. Holmes, '95, once a prominent tutor in European history, lost
a fine barn by fire on July 3 in Clay county. The loss above insur
ance was heavy.
H. A. Meier, Unilon, won tlhe $200 gold medal awarded by tlhe Sons
of tihe American Revolution for the best essay on tne PrincSpies
fought for in the Revolution'.
Wnlter Van Fleet Hoagland, Union, was married August 18, to Miss
Hattie Singleton of North Platte. Walter thinks his Inw business
good enough to support two.
Miss Prankish has gone to Indiana to take t'Jie head of department
of mathematics during tihe absence of the regular head of the de
partment of a young ladies' college.
L. L.Funk, law '90, was married September 7, to Miss Nellie Dewey,
of Primgar, la. They will sojourn in Nebraska a month before go
ing to their home in Indianapolis, lud.
L. J. Abbott, jr., went witih tlie rccruitw to the First regiment un
der Captain L. Wilsom The last Qieaird from thiin die was at Honolulu
enjoying the Pacific scenery and life 'in. a dog tent.
Miss Bertha Pinkerton spent a month of her vacation in Wisconsin,
C. J. Piatt, Union, spent his vacation in Lincoln, Grand Island and
Hastings, yet lie claims his best girl lives1 in Kansas.
Don't forget tlhwt we sell nil tihe latest- slhect mil sic rot half the pub
lished price or lower. The Intent 'hit, "Speak to Me, Mabel," this
week 17c. Music Department, Herpolheinier & to.
J. A. Maguirc visited at his home in Davis county, Soutih. Dakota,
and luugiht American "history and economics in institute. Ho hias
been placed in charge of fusion campaign iiv Lancaster county.
The Preparatory school to the state university is opening tihis year
in its new quarters witfh an enrollment tihat exceeds all expeotaitions.
The registration Is more tlhani three times ns large nW last year J.t
the same date.
Prof. Miller will have eha.rge of u course in English for tihe spe
cial study of modern oration. He liOx?s to make the course valuable,
both for general culture and ns a special preparation for practical or
atory. Baker's argumentation will be used as a text.
The Kiote will ln out .im n. new dress about tihe 1st of October. The
management have decided to reduce the price to 50 cents a year. Prof.
Awsley will remain chief editor for tihe ensuing year and' N. C. Vh
bott will act as business manager. H. B. Alexander, former business
manager, will hold a fellowsfliipin university of Pennsylvania,
Prof. It. E. Moritz, profcssoatlhematics for five years in Has
tings college, has taken Mr. Whitney's place ns instructor in. niatfho
matics. He has an M. from Chicago university and will take bis
doctor's degree here. He is n married ma.ii and successful teacher.
Dr. Davis will return October xj from Ihis European tour. He has
been gone since June, The finiffliing days of 'his trip will be spent in
The Students' Supply Store has been furnishing signs tihe hist week
to customers. Two of tflieir signs were taken down soon, after lelng
put in place. But tihe proprietors say they 'have more on the road.
Signs at tihe SiiKTemts' Supply Store, 1129 It street. Sold only at
THE STUDENTS' CO-OPERATIVE BOOK CO. has been removed'
from the basement of the University to 225 N. 11th St. Leauing
store for university books and supplies since incorporation, 1894. En
gineering supplies, Waterman fountain pens', second1 hand books, etc.
Co-operative plan saves 10 to 25 per cent. Mail orders promptly filled.
The Students Supply Store,
II 20 R Street.
ROPER & FUNK, Proprietors.
Store open at all hours.
Txt Books, History Note Paper and Covers, etc.
WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PENS.
Typewriting and Mimeographing done at store. Second-Hand
Books sold on small commission.
Agency for CLARKSON LAUNDRY COMPANY. Wagon
calls four times a day. Leave bundles at Store.
Solicitors for BRICK BLOCK BOARDING
CLUB, 320-322 North 11th Street.
Call and see us.
ROPER & FUNK-
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