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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1900)
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M..E. Hiltnor, '98, grcotcd unlvorlty
frlendB lnat wcok.
It. M. Harris, 'UO, law, vlBltod the
.university last wcok.
J. S. Smagcr, '99, is teaching In the
.schoolB at Seward, Neb.
Mrs. Grace Prey Times, visited at
.tho University last Friday.
Joo Sayer, '93, 1b at Dlamondrllle,
Wyo., teaching in the city schools.
G. E. Bedell, '00, Is installing tho
now street railway plant at Nebraska
H. B. Noyes is in tho employ of tho
General Electric Co., of Schenectady,
Frank Bain, '99, is candidate for
assessor at Falrbury on tho republican
was formerly an assistant In the De
partment of Botany of tho University.
A STUDY IN NAMES.
Although tho presont fashion of
Chrlstoning children with family sur
names is much to bo commended for
various reasons, somo rather queer
combinations sometimes result from
tho practice. Tho following list Is
composed of genuino names of men
Edna Broker Mothershead, Marion
English Earlo, Sawyer Tumor Somer
set, Will W. Upp, Nealon Pray Dally,
Benton Klllin Savage, Owen Taylor
Money, Ima Little Lamb, Broker Hus
bandB Hart, R. U. Pholan-Goodo,
Mario A. Bachelor, May Tyus Upp, I.
Bothy Sawyer, Mabel Evo Story, Will
Waltz Wither, Waring Greon Cotes,
Iva Winchester Rifle, Etta Lotta Ham-mond-Degges,
Barber Cutting Mann,
Makin Loud Noyes, Hurd Copp Cum
min, Rodenor Pullman Karr, Doody
Spies Sourwine, Knott Worth Reading.
Vilas P. Sheldon, '00, of Nehawka,
spent Sunday with his Sigma Chi
Miss Martha Theodora Auman, 1900,
Is a student at tho Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago.
Chas Fritz, an old E. E. student, is
now assistant superintendent of the
Kansas City street railway system.
Steve Corey, '98, will finish his
course at tho Rochester Theological
Seminary at Rochester, N. Y., this
. Ralph Miller, '98, and Roy Sawyer,
'99, are both in the employ of tho Sawyer-
Mann Incandescent Lamp Co., of
O. T. Reedy, C. E., '97, has resigned
his position with tho Union Pacific
at Omaha and gone to Havana, Cuba,
to accept work In tho Government Sur
vey, under J. R. Sargent.
: Wo carry only tho cards of rcnutablo
men, and students will find represented
in this column tho best physicians and
dentists In tho city.
Residence 1310 G St.
Offlco 1100 O St.
J, R. HAGGARD, M. D,
Rooms ai3 and 314
DR. W. L, DAYTON,
Or. J. P. "Williams, Assistant.
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, and Throat.
1305 O Street. LINCOLN, NEBR.
D. H. MUIR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offico TreatmontElootrical or Medical.
123 1 M St. Lincoln, Nobr.
"W. H. Reedy, who attended tho uni
versity last year, Is out stumping the
stato for McKlnloy. His subject Is the
Philippines. He expects to return to
school after tho campaign.
Fred W. Brown, '00, cam to Lin
coln last Saturday and will remain
until Tuesday in order to vote. He
is traveling for the W. P. Main Co.,
Jewelers of Providence, R. I.
E. A. Bessey, '96, has sent a lot of
prepared specimens of a raro treo
growing in Washington, for study in
tho Botany Laboratory. The point
of interest In tho specimens is in tho
method of fertilizing which has only
recently been discovered. Only a few
Japanese students and a fow botanists
In Washington understood tho method.
M. E. HUtnor, '98, left Wednesday,
to accept a position with tho Portland
Gold Mining Co., of Central City,
South Dakota. This forced him to
glvo up his fellowship in the chemis
try department. For two years past
Mr. Hiltnor has been connected with
the Dry Concentrating Gold Co., of
Atlantic City, Wyoming.
For tho treatment of all diseases of tho nerv
ous system. Special attention K'lvcn to diseases
of women. S elal rates to students.
C. A. SHOEHAKER, M. D
U. ol N., '86.
1117 I. St. - - Lincoln, Nobr
Residencr: 2548 Q street,
DR. REYNOLDS, SURGEON.
Burr Block, Rms 17-19, Phone, 050.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to 12 M.
3 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 3 to 5.
Albert F. Woods, '90, is chief of tho
Division of Vegetable Physiology and
Pathology, in Washington, D. C. Ho
is still a young man and yet has been
promoted so rapidly that he now has
one of the moBt Important scientific
positions in Washington. Mr. Woods
Short Line and Quick Service
To Nebraska City, Falls City, St Louis, and all
Points South, East, and West.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O Street.
H, 0, Townsend, P. D. Cornell,
G. P. & T, A. C. P. & T. A.
TRUE ECONOMY AND ABSOLUTE CORRECT
STYLES ARE COMBINED IN OUR SHOWING
A COMBINATION TRULY INTERESTING
Men's fancy percale Shirts in stripes and checks,
new goods, collar attached, regular 50c values,
special now, each 37Jc
Men's fancy laundered Shirts, made of a standard,
fast color percale, stripes and figured effects, one
pair of cuffs, the same as the 75c values shown
elsewhere; our price now, each 43c
New jersey ribbed Shirts and Drawers, regular
50c goods, on sale now, per garment 37&C
Men's wool fleece-lined Shirts and Drawers, extra
quality, broken line of sizes shirts: 38, 40, 42,
44; drawers: 30, 38, 40, 42, 44 regular $J,00
goods, to close the line, per garment 7c
$i. yterpcteheimer q.
J droit Writer
WHETHER HE BE STUDENT,
PROFESSIONAL OR BUSINESS
OlrPl 1 J& i v C C
CAN AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT
j 7 ruunuun ren,
which is a pocket pen and ink-bottle combined, always
ready to write when the user is, and always all write.
A GIFT OF NEVER ENDING USEFULNESS.
A constant and lasting reminder of the giver.
All stationers and jewelers sell our pens in Lincoln.
J 12 Golden Lane. ,, J, WATERMAN CO. "5 and 157 Broad- H
London, E. C.
way, New York.
flood Work Popular Prices
Students especially Invited
RK & C Barber Shop
1144 O Street
Shirts tvfth IPatent'S
labs pre-dent the sr
bosom from buWn
through the -Vest
opening. ota by
Haberdashers at !
are unequalled for
style, material and
We make them,
and most all cadets
All equipments for
military and uni
tions. Send for cata
logue. They are
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