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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1899)
Remember the Y. M. 0. A. entertainment Tuesday evening,
No. 322 North 11th street is the new address of the Students
The new organ is at the depot and will be put up in the
armory this week.
F. S. Philbrick will give a three-hour course in territorial
expansion next semester.
Students will do well to remember that Wostorfiold is yet in
business, at his old stand, 117 North 13th. Latest styles in
John E. Pearson, '98, left Saturday morning for Red Oak,
Iowa, where he and Robert Campbell will bunk together for
another half year.
Mrs. Hinman lectured to Dr. Hill's class in Gonqral
Psychology, Tuesday morning, on "Abnormal Mental States."
Hypnotism was briefly outlined in the talk.
All the new books always in stock. Fine stationery, with
envelopes to match. Students' Co-operative Book Co.
225 N. 11, Lincoln, Neb.
The rehearsals of Ruy Bias are progressing finely, and the
School of Oratory, with the help of its students hopes to be
ablo to produce the play in about five weeks at the Oliver
Professor Caldwell will give a reception to his History classes
Friday and Saturday evenings of this week. The forenoon
division will bo entertained on Friday evening, and the after
noon division on Saturday evening.
"Love is king," "Cotton Blossoms," "Georgia Campmeet
ing," "Eli Green's Cake Walk" and all latost music at half
price. Special prices on pictures and easels during the follow?
ing week. Music and Picture Department, Herpolsheiraer
Kent College of Law.
Marshall D. Ewell, LL. D., M. D., Dean.
School year opened Soptembor 5, 1808, Three
year course. Improred methods uniting theory and
praotlco. THE 80HOOL OF PRAOriOE 18 THE LEAD
ING FEATURE. Evening sessions of ten hours a week
foroaoh class. Students can bk selv supporting
while btudtino. Arrangements made for supple
mental preliminary education. For catalogue, address
W. F. Momeyer, LL. B., Secretary,
618-610 ASHLAND BLOCK. CniOAGO, ILL.
Is Now !
have the opportunities been so favor
able for economic buying as now. At
no time in our history havo we had in
January such a splendid assortment, and when we
say now is the time to buy wo simply mean that our
prices are so reduced that no one can in justice to
himself pass our door if in need of
CLOTHING, HATS OR
THE GREATEST MERCANTILE SENSATION of the State was our
purchase of tho S. Brafman & Sons' $40,000 wholesale stock of
Clothing at 42con the dollar
And our liboral distribution of these goQds at less than tho
original cost of cloth and labor was characteristic of our
broad methods of merchandising, and it was one more evi
dence that we are willing to do more for our patrons than any
other store wants to.
DIG Ml B en
Investigate for yourself. Five minutes spent tin
our house may result in saving you as many dol
lars. At all events you will go away agreoably
surprised and well satisfied '
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
1013 to 1019 O Street.
J. H. PETTIT
Has moved his shop to 1439 O, on south side of street, and will be glad to see
old customers, also new ones.
OT? -r.XjXj icnsrrDs.
p Koom 5, 1041 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Orchestra and Band
Any Number of Men. From Piano up to
Full Orchestra furnished.
SPECIAL RATES TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
Cotiob nonits: 10 a. m. to 5 r. m.
137 N. I3TH STREET,
- Oliver Tboatre Building.
For Fine, Homc-Made
1321 O Street.
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