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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1899)
Dr. Hill spoke to the Y. M. 0. A. last Sunday afternoon.
fe J, W. Crabtreo is inspecting schools in the western part of
Misb Mc Henry, of Denison, Iowa, is visiting Miss Jessica
Any one wishing typewriting done neatly and promptly,
see F. G. Hawxby.
A. E. Hargreaves has presented the Horticulture department
with a cocoanut palm.
The annual "hop'' of the senior class occurs at the Lincoln
hotel next Friday evening.
E. E. Collins, of Ponca, spent a few days with University
friends during the past week.
The debaters who will reprci nt Nebraska in the inter-state
debates had their pictures taken last Friday.
Next Wednesday from 4 o'clock to 6 will be a holiday.
This is a favor granted to the base ball team.
The April number of the American Naturalist shows that
Dr. H. B. Ward has been elected associate editor.
The students in School Management are visiting the ward
schools this week. Bollenback is enthusiastic over primary
The Paliadian society are to entertain the Orophelian Literary
society of the Wesleyan University Friday evening. A good
program has been arranged for that evening.
We luivo tho New
in tho best
S3, $3.50 AND 5
Ono profit from factory to foot
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WEBSTER & ROGERS, 1043 O St.
The appointment committee is besieged with seniors asking
for recommendations to schools, of all parts of the state.
Capt. Reeder is both an athlete and a diplomat. He de
serves much praise for his success as an arbitrator last Saturday.
Professor Houck, of Chicago University, an old student and
friend of Chancellor MacLean was visiting him Wednesday
Ralph Roper went to Omaha Thursday for two weeks. His
business is to put the material for tho annual together and put
the finishing touches besides to the Junior Annual.
Messrs. Hills, T. Maxwell and Hilton, will represent the
Union Boys' Debating Club in a joint debate with the P. K. D.
society of Doane College to be held in Union hall next Fri
Miss Cunningham and Miss Douglas were at home Friday
and Saturday evenings to their many University friends.
About twenty-five couples enjoyed the entertainment provided,
dancing until a late hour to the strains of Walt's orchestra.
Lee Edwards is well on the way to recovery, now. Last
Thursday, eleven doctors decided that he could not live forty
eight hours but, assisted by everything that medical science can
offer, he has made a good fight with death and his friends hope
to soon see him about, again.
Company B had their target practice last Saturday morning.
The day was warm and bright yet despite the fact-that a strong
wind was blowing some interesting scores were made. The
highest reported was 22 out of a possible 25, Three men in
the company made this score.
To the students of the University: After considering a
large per cent of the best bicyles in America, we have decided
upon the Wavebly as tlie best high-grade bicycle on the
market for the price, and have consequently secured the
exclusive agency for it in this territory. See ad on "Bixby"
page. Call at the "old Co-op.," 225 north 11th street.
Anyone Bonding a ultotch mid description may
quickly nscortntn our opinion froo wlicthor uu
Invention Ih prolmbly imtontuulo. Communion.
tloiiHHtrlctlpcionlldontliil. Handbook on Patents
Hunt froo. Oldest iiponcyfor BocurlnKjmtonts.
I'litnuts tulcon tlirouuh Munu & Co. roaolvo
iptelal notice, without olmro, In tho
A hiindflomoly llluntrutnrt wcokly. T.nrKost olr.
dilution of any unlouttun Journal. Terms. U a
your; fourniontliB.fi. Bold by nil nownfloulora.
MUNN & Co.3SlB"dy- Hew YorK
Uranoh Ofllco, 025 V St., Wushlnu ton, 1). 0.
One of the most famous high-grade
bicycles America. Sets the pace
and also the price for all other
wheels. The most expensively
made high-grade wheel on the
market for the price.
Also tho Popular CLIPPER, CLIPPER SPECIAL, IVANHOE AND HARVARD.
STUDENTS' GO-OPERATIVE BOOK CO., fflWS&fi
Wo can suit you with unyprluo, and uro SOLE ACENTS for bIUuobq toleyloB,
Besides our Elegant Embossed Crimson and Cream pennant stationery, we have an immense utock of
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Waterman 'Ideal" A Pino 'Present, See our new lino. Oct one on trial
ENVELOPES, ALL SIZES, PRINTED TO MATCH
f VERY CHEAP
STUDENTS' CO-OPERATIVE BOOK CO., 225 Worth 1 1th St.
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