The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 08, 1899, Image 6

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    THE HESPERIAN
Missouri's representative, Dudley H. Ferreli v;ns born in
Cincinnati, Ohio, January 29, 1879. His present home is at
Morning Sun, Iowa. After graduating from the Morning Sun
High School, he went to Monmouth College, Monmouth,
Illinois, for two years. For the last two years, he has been in
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We don't run fire sales and all that sort of thing, but
high grade clothing that stylish people like to wear.
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The B L. Paine Clothing Store.
1217 0 ST.
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Tarkio College at Tarkio, Missouri and is a senior in the class"
ical course. Mr. Ferreli has already won several prizes in
Declamation and Oratory. He was manager of the Tarkio
baseball team in H38 and was assistant manager of last year's
foot-ball team. Mr. Ferreli is a member of the Athenian Lit
erary Society.
YOUNG MEN WANTED for the RAILWAY MAIL
SERVICE. Salaries from $800.00 to 2,500.00 per year.
Addess, enclosing stamp, Inter-State Correspondence Insti
'tute, Carroll, la.
ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERYWHERE for "The Story of the I'hlllp
pines," by Murat Halstead. commissioned by the Government us lllclal Hlhtorluti
to the War Department. The book wan written In army camp at San Franclseo
on the Pacific with General Merrltt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, In Hon Komi, in the
American trenches at Manila. In the Insurgent camps with Agulnaldo, on the deck of
Olyrnpla with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fail or Manila. Kouauzafor
ajfents. Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on the spot
Large book. Low prices. Hlif profit. Freight paid. Oredlt xlven Drop all trashy
unornclal war books. Outfit free. Address II. L. Harber.Clcn. Mnjtr., 356 Dearborn
Street, Chicago.
The Best Laundry
T0WNSEND & PLAM0ND0N
Phone 579. Offices, 1010 and 1144 0 SI.
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COTRELL &
INTERCSLLECIATE BUREAU OF ACADEMIC COSTUME
MaVcra of
Caps, Gowns
LEONARD
472-478 BROADWAY, ALBANY, NEW YORK
and nocas to the
American Colleges and Universities
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Dress Goods,
Cloaks,
Ladies' Suits,
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Furnishing Goods
For Ladies and Gentlemen
0 bud 13tr Sts.
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