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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1898)
Board, $2 at 320-322 N. 11th. Ropoi& Funk, .Solicitors.
In men's fine shoes we lead. Webster & ljogers,10i3 O St.
The Gardner Tailoring .Co. will close their men's Furnishing
Goods out at cost to make room for cloth.
Brew and Gilbert, two of Wesleyan's strong men, have
made arrangements to enter the University.
See the elegant University letter paper and envelopes just
received at the Students Supply Store, 1 129 R street.
The Senior girls met Monday afternoon and decided to ap
pear in caps and gowns about the first of next semester.
The state convention of the Y. W. C. A. will be held at
Crete, Neb., beginning October 14 and closing October 16.
Students will do well to remember that "Westerfield is yet in
business, at his old stand, 117 Sorth 13th. Latest styles in
Allan Van Scoy, at one time a member of the class of '98,
but who has been absent several years, has entered the Junior
Miss Fleming and Miss Archer were elected members of the
Delian society last Friday evening. Two more names were
R. D. Andreson went to Crete Saturday to coach the Doane
basket-ball team. He reports that Doane has some good ath
Miss Clara Mullikcn has been appointed an assistant in the
library, to take the place of Miss Burrows, who has gone to
the city library.
Len Robbins, '98, who is attending Princeton, spent Sun
day with Harry F. Gage, "98, who is attending Pratt Art
Institute in Brooklyn.
Students desiring to ride their bicycles to the library at
night may leave them at the Students Supply Store and avoid
the risk of having them stolen.
The Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity has pledged two hew
members, Misses Ella Blaine Wirt of Council Bluffs, Iowa,
and Ellen Douglas of St. Joe, Missouri.
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by The Strin-Bloch Co.
by The Strin-Bloch Co.
12.00 dnviilue for fLWcafeli, A A WatennutTn Fountain Fene. Guaranteed to give
uitlbtiiiitiou . all at fiAKN AS DRUG STOKE, or li and O t.
Manufactused by Hart Schafiner & Marx and Stein-Block Co.
. . . H9MIEIS OF STYLES TO SELECT FROR . . .
The cream of this season's make; prices
from $3.00 to $7.00 per Suit or Overcoat
less than any other merchant in America
sells the same make of goods. Fine All
Wool Suits or Overcoats at ------- -
$5.00,6.50,7.50, 10.00, 12,50, 15.00, 18.00.
Largest and most varied line of
FURNISHING GOODS in the state
HinsnfonG . OLOinmG C-
1013 to IOIQ O Street.
J. H. PETT1T
Has moved his sbop to 1439 O, on south side of street, and will be glad to see.
old customers, also new ones.
GIVE USA TRIAL.
121 North 31th Street
f- OPEN ALL NIGHT. . - .
(SfrMEILS W SPECIALTY.
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Hoora 5, 1041 O St, Lincoln, Neb.
For Fine, fiomc-Made
1321 O Street.
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