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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1899)
Friends of the University have noted with pleasure the drop
ping of preparatory subjects in the University and the taking
up of all preparatory work outside the gates iu the Prepara
tory School to the State University. It is a good sign.
It means the devotion of the University to its primary purpose,
the advancement of higher education. It means also the
development of the Preparatory School into the foremost
academy of the state. Already during its first two years it is
very probable that the Preparatory School has turned more
students toward the University, and sent more in, than has any
other school in the state in the same time. The enrollment
this year has been about 200, and prospects for the coming
year are very flattering. The Preparatory School is doubtless
destined to be the foremost feeder of our great University.
It is the "STYLE"
about our photographs that make them FAMOUS.
The most unique and artistic little picture is OUR
MEDALION Miniture. Students always receive
226 South 11th St.
lie University of Nebraska, crown of the state's free
j public school system, offers excellent opportunities
Collegiate, Technical and University education. The Ag
ricultural School for the boys and girls from the district school
and the farm. Tuition free excepting small tuition in School
of Law, Art, and Music. For the calendar, or other infor
GEORGE E. MAC LEAN, Chancellor,
Lincoln, - Nebraska
HVKjrv VjP BB. J-L3Bl A iHrfl
A Long Look Ahead
when it proves of value to you is
called "foresight," or wise fore
thought, which has saved many
calamities to its possessor. Those
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their eyesight by the use of proper
glasses in time, will save years of
regret and years of good eyesight
in old age. We test your eyes free
of charge, and fit them with per
fectly adjusted spectacles or eye
glasses. E. KALLET,
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Society Programs ....
How about that program 'i It cotl.s no
more to have it printed neatly and ab
lraciively than to have a poorly gotten
up affair that every member is ashamed
to plaee in a. visitor's hand. Your so
ciety will be judged quite largely by
the style of its printed stationery. 1
can make it right.
77 Brownel! Block.
made a hit &&,?"
It is seldom that we, or any other pub-
' Ushers, are able to say truthfully of a book
that "even mail isbrinEinzordersforit."
Vet this is the simple truth regarding
Gordjps Nest) PsycheUgy.
Superintendents are ordering St for their
teachers--training clastes and reading
circles. Prin dials are ordering it ior
their psychology classes --not only Xor
trial Schools, but High Schools. Individua!
teachers are or&trwg it because, as they
say, some fellow-teacher lias a copy and
considers it an indispensable part of the
equipment of any teacher who proposes
to dolus beet.
EUnS & V02LE, TniUthert
4-5-13-14 Cooper Imtltnte H. T. City
SctioaBiOoki 0 all inAUdun at cut ttort.
THE HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL
The Largest and Best-Equipped
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE
IN THE WORLD.
The Fortieth Annual Session opens September 12, 1899. New Col
lege and Hospital Buildings. Clinical Material in abundance. Large
well-equipped Laboratories, Steam Heat and Electric Lights. For an
nouncements and further particulars, address
JOSEPH P. COBB, M. D.,
281 1 COTTACE GROVE AVE., CHICAGO.
Graduates of-Universily Science Courses admitted io advanced standing.
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