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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1898)
The Students' Supply Store is open at 11 hours.
Gardner's Tailoring Co. ore aid righlb. Cor. 11th and 0.
Ilcmcunibcr the Stiudentts' Supply Store is open at. all hours.
Regents' Shoes for men direct from factory; one profit? $:.00 hand
Rebartes -to srtndenlts on watches, jewelry and repairing, 1140 0 kU,
D. T. Smith.
Board reduced to $2.00 a week at the Brick Block Boarding- Olub,
320-322 N ltJh. s
The Delia.ii society has (begun ireparations for the celebration of its
Studente' Oo-opcra'tave Book Co. eon saw you money if you wish to
become a member.
European, Anneracan and English history oivtlSnes only at the Stu
dwnts' Supply Store.
Studtentts Co-opciratOve Book Co., removed from baeemenlt of Uralver
sity to 225 North 1 lth sU
Free use of bicycle foot pump at the Students' Supply Store. Bicy
cle suplies ait reduced prices.
Ohas. ITenfly, 'OS, is as yet undecided whether to take up graduate
work or to opcuid "' time raising corn.
The Gardner Tailoring" Co. will close their men's FurniJhing Goods
outt at cost to make room for cloth.
Gardiner's Suiitoriimi com press and rejxiir elothirhg. Suitls pressed
50c, pantts 15e. Cor. llltili and 0. Phono 708.
Kingsbury, one of the Wesleyan foot ball players, has entered' the
University and is noAv practicing wilth the team.
Ed Piper, Gny Cooper and Frank Martin were initialed last Saturday
night as memibers of the Alpha Theta Chi fraterniity.
Studeoiitft wall do well to rememiber that Wcsterfield is yet in (busi
ness, at 'Wis did stand, 117 No. 13th. Txvtest styles in hfcur cut.
AVe keep only high grade goods for supplies to all University de
paritimem'tis. Tt pays to buy only the bes't. Students' Oo-opena.taVe Book
The University Sunday school class of St. Pawl's M. B. ehurch, lVvs
leen reorganjized1 this year, and will again liave Dr. Sherman as lec
turer. It is reported tfliait tlhe class in- Muciheth will vote umamimoualy for
a production of that play hv Modjesku when slie visits Lincoln October
D. M. Davis, '97, well knewn in Christian association work, will go
this year to Allegheny, Pa., whore he oxpeotKi to spend the year in -theological
Miss Jennie Obroin, for tdip past two years a student in the scientific
department of 1lhc University, is now studying in the state Normal
school of Etmporia, Kas.
The fenior class will 'hold i meeting for the election of offieew
Thursday afternoon. Several tick cits are in the field and much wire
pulling is indulged in.
The UnivensTty Atliletic nssociattion will hold an important meeting
next Siarttordny. Tt is possible tliat the old association will 1e dissolved
and a new one formed.
Harry F. Gage, '98, -who was for some time artist for the Evening
Ncwh of this city, hah enteTed tJie Pratt Art "institute at Brooklyn, "N.
Y., where lie will study tlhe coming year.
The Brick Block Boarding dlub i giving 'the best board for $2.50 a
week. Try it, .Tustt seeon'di door south Conservnitory. Roper & Funk,
solicitors at the Student?' Supply Store.
Ed' Hager, '98, was shaking hands with old friends Monday even
lug. He 5 intending to take Senior Inw, so his smiling countenance
will 1e een among ilhe old familiar faces.
E. A. Moore, '98, started Septeinlyer 22 for Boston, io begin a three
years' course itn the Iheol'ogueal seminary there. He expected urotil
recently to retiuum here for graduate work.
Jesse TL Holmes, '94, and wife, returned last month from a European
tour lasting aill summer. Mr. Holmes has resumed his work at profes
sor of sciences in the George school, Newtown, Pa
The Gardnei Tailoring Co. are all right. So. W. Cor. 11th and 0.
Gardner's Suitorlum clean, press and repair Clothing. Suits pressed
50c; pants, 15c, So. Wetet Cor 11th and 0. Phone 708.
The mass meelting of students announced for ThHirsduy in order to
select some memhens fromi the student body to serue on the commit
tee of tlhe new University hook store, was postponed imdieifinStely owing
to the death of Mr. Skinner, superintendent of the schools of Nebraska
What you want and you will wear
what you find at the
PAINE & WARFEL'S
They keep the best
Makers of Officers' and
1136 O Street.
OUR STUDENTS 30
Are the Best on
earth for the money.
aud $3.50 ggn
1213 mm-0 1213
OCX "Erorr, . o
STREET. sK" 3T0fty STREET
The Brand Hotel.
W. C. FLEURY, Prop.
Exceptional accommodations for Banquets, Parties and Dancing.
Special Rates to Students and their Friends of $1.50 Per Day.
COR. TWELFTH AND Q, LINCOLN,
P. A. & YL. J. ATvfDeiSOrJ,
1236 O STREET. "
Have a full line of Ladies' and Men's Footwear. Our
$3 and $3.50 Shoes
ARE THE BEST ON THE MARKET.
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS, mi
1239 O STREET.
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