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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1900)
A siul girl Ella G.
A star girl Mta Orlc.
swcot girl Carrlo Mel.
seedy lrl Cora Aiulor.
A musical girl Surah Narte.
A nervous girl Hester leal.
lively i;lrl Annlo Mation.
warllkn girl Mlllio Tarry,
clinging girl .TohsIo Mlno.
great big girl ISIIlo PhanU
A lighting girl Mlttlo Magln.
Not orthodox Hettlo Rodoxy.
A Hinooth girl Amelia Ration.
A geometrical girl Polly Gon.
A flower girl Rhoda Dondron.
An uncertain girl ICva descent.
One of tlie beat girls 1311m Gant.
A profound girl Mettle Physics.
A muscular girl Calllo Sthenics.
The doslro for fame has betrayed .
in liny an ambitious man Into. commit
ting Indiscretions that forever ruined
BEST OF HATES TO STUDENTS !
Pofiraii ci Londscoae Piiotooraoher.
im stiuiii i nti strcci.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
flAU.KKY KSTMII.ISIIKI) 1871.
DR, W, A' CLARK.
w Principal of th Stills Nornml nt Peru.
Prof. Harbour Goes Prospecting Rare
Prof. Barbour of the geological de
partment spent the summer prospect
ing In the wilds of Wyoming. His
work was eminently successful and re
sulted in the addition of several new
and valuable specimens to the state
museum. One of these, a gigantic
femur bone of a Dinosaur, was un
earthed In Wyoming recently. When
standing upright It reached above a
man's head. Such bones are very
rare and this one Is especially valua
ble on account of Its excellent state
The professor established a record
for long distance shooting while In
Wyoming. He had always been very
deslrious of taking a shot at a coyote
and one day a large one was sighted
a long distance off and heading
straight for the party. One of the
cowboys In the party handed Prof.
Barbour a ll-callbre rifle and told
him to shoot the brute sis soon ns he
drew near enough. At this moment
the coyote was distinctly outlined
against the sky and the professor
raised the rille nnd fired. Although
the animal was fully 300 yards dis
tant the bullet struck It fairly in the
breast and traversed the whole length
of the body. Tho professor gave the
$2.50 bounty to one of the guide's chil
dren. One important discovery was made
in this state. In Thurston county,
near Ponder, the tusks and skull of
a largo mastodon were unearthed. The
tusks were eleven feet six Inches and
tho skull live foot long, both In a high
state of preservation. Through tho
carelessness of the man who did the
digging the specimens wore injured
badly. They can be glued together,
but their value Is decreased several
hundred dollars by the poor manner
in which they wore unearthed.
Tho work of tho geological depart
ment Is progressing finely and It Is
hoped that a report may be looked for
NiiSKCitlnir Urn Combination.
"What will you like for dinner to
day, Henry V"
"Anything yvrt please. I feel too
blue to care what I eat."
"You fool blueand you look yellow.
I'll cook a mess of greens for you."
The University School
Stationery j &
Every one should live just far enough
iway from his old home to enjoy tho
prhilcgo of boasting about it.
Save Money by look
ing over our stock of
Largest in the city.
Nearly ail Uni. text
bcoks at from 25 to 50
per cent below cost of new
books, Come early and
get your pick before they
are all gone.
Waterman Fountain Pens.
History paper and Covers.
Dietzgcn& Queen Mechan
ical Drawing Instrii'
pposite tbe Campus
Students contemplating the study of Music,
and those who have friends desirous of in
formation concerning' the advantages offered,
are cordialty invited to visit the School and
and obtain an Illustrated Catalogue.
You can enter at any time,
It's a Comfort
AGENCY FOR THE MERCHANTS LAUNDRY
Leave Huddle at Our Store,
The Only Students' Book Store.
THE CO-OPERATIVE BOOK Co
Roper, Boomor& Knut6on.
322 N. 11th, - Lincoln, I
Allegrett! & Lowney
at Rector's Pharmacy
N.W. Cor. 12th and N Sts. Lincoln, Neb.
To know, when you make a purchase, that
if it isn't perfectly satisfactory you can re
turn it and get your money back. That's
the way it is in this store. Anything you
buy here that doesn't suit you, just bring it
back and we'll change it for something else,
or refund your- money if you prefer. Then
there's another thing about our wares
they are priced below the regular in every
case, because we buy below the regujar and
are happy with' a small profit and a big v'ul
ume of business.
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