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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
W. H. PRESCOTT,
1215 O St.
Cheapest andMost Complete Music House in the West.
B. PARKER Jr. A 11 aadcPlete stock ofLadies and Gents
' ii4 "rt?i ioth wJ2i. BOOTS & SHOES
Arctics, Alascas, over shoes and warm winter goods.
EST Students eiocln!ly invited to call.
FREMONT NORMAL SCHOOL
TRAINS YOUNG lKOIM,K THOROUGHLY
rORTKACIIIN", Kill UU8INE88 I. IKK.
FOU ADMISSION TO COI.1.EOE,
roil LAW Oil MKMCALSCU'llOI.M,
roil VUlll.lC HI'KAKIXO,
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In Drawing. Painting, and
IN HHOIITIIANII AMI TVI'E-WlliriNU
There are 11 members lii the Faculty, each
specially educated for Mb department
PRESIItEXTJOXES has had over twium
years experience In educational work.
PIWFESSOll Il.l3tUX, principal of th.
Business collect'. has had over llfloon vears
experience and is a superior penman and an
PROFESSOR MOllLER U anonym' nui'
inspiring teachor in tin- Natural Scluuco anr
PROFESSOR LAWTOX, orBoston. Mass
8 a superior instructor in Music. Miss Sarah
8hi"mon, of Chicago, is an artist of rare tal-
W P Jones A- M- President-
m i t 8,HnV ",'1 mo" successful toaclior.
n ss LydinL. Jonob and Miss Jessie Cowles
are graduates of iho Northwestern University
f,iJ,0i,0?chcJ"- Mr. A. A. Cowles Is a
prnctlcul short-hand reporter and nn adopt at
tvpe-wrlt ng The other touchers are
KATKS OK TUITION AND BOARD.
Are very reasonable, and tho cheapness or
board at Fremont compared with cost in
oihur cilie about oir-HOts the whole price of
tuition Initiou for llfteon weeks is S15.
Instrumental music, $13 penwentv lessons;
iiico culture, $18: Jlne arts. $10 per twelve
tlirec'-hour lessons; shoit-hund and typo
writing, $10 pur twenty one-hour lessons,
lcoit for students In other branches who
The WINTER TERM of 15 weeks will be
gin Dec. 30, but students can enter atony
time, and are doing so continually, paying
charges only from time of entering to time of
leaving. Special Term will begin April 18,
R and Summer Institute July 0, '85.
For particulars address the undersigned
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npi. in .udiiiui vuiifgu, rreuioni, wen.
JA,18,ii)nv,TCIT,(J,bi' Mwolianls, Bunkers, Manufactun-rs, mid successful Inrmcr U TRAIN YOUNG-
.. , .V" "civii uijjji, in nirn then-own living nMeachers, a3 clerks, bookkeepers, cnshieis, etc.. in iner-
uuiuiu, uuiiu.iig, iniiwuy, iiiuiury or inner iiuaiiuw unices II bus been organized and is conducted on slrictlv bUB-
i . l',,,,lmB' bUt" "uvb urtiiipiii us i.iunilcrs success in the occupations of actual life. There is a business touo
about it which communicates itself to the students wiih the most happy results. The attendance is continually in
creasing at at a rapid rate. J
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