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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
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13 "W" IE IE ZEU S.
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Liberal discount allowed to post
masters, agents and clubs. Sample
copies mailed free.
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A GRADUATE OF THE
BOSTON SCHOOL OF ORATORY,
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FREMONT NORMAL SCHOOL
TRAINS YOUSG PEOPLE THOROUGHLY
roBTBACinxa, roe business life,
roa ADMWSIOX TO OOIXEOE,
ron law on xewcalciiools,
FOB rUBLIC hl'EAKIN'O,
In Drawing. Puiiitluff, and
IN SUOBniASJD iSD rrrE-vtansa.
There are 11 member lu tho Faculty, each
specially educated for his department.
PREBIDEXTJ0XE8 has had over twen'x
years experience in educational work
PIinFEBSOU II.llTLTX. principal of tit-
Business college. na had over fifteen year
ezperience and is a superior penman and u
vnnFEBBOR JfOITLER U auoriirinalfl i
Inspiring teacher in the Natural Science a
PROFESSOR LAirTOX, of Boston. Ma-
Is a superior inttructorin Music. Hiss Sa
Sherman, of Chicago, is an artist of rare tai
"W P Jones A- M- President-
s 1 "
"l "liiMJiW '' m H II Kjurt'QliLiaiiiflH
cntand skill, and a most sutraurni tonehop
fwlii .L-J,0U.Ma,,d "8S Jessie Cowles
ItATJJS OF TUITION AND BOAItD.
rVc7ea80u,Wc'aDd ,1 cheapness of
board at Fremont compared w!th cost In
'lrc"le"'til:t the whole price of
tuition. Tuition for fifteen weeks in 15:
iDstruminial mutic, 812 per twenty lessons
humJin'kau'i B,,0"-aDl S12. and type
writing $10 per twenty one-hour lessons.
iii?r 8tudenU ,n other branches, who
pay 55 ou.
The WiNTJJK TEltM of 15 week will bo
Rin Dec. SO, but students can enter atanr
time, and are doini; to continuallv, payine
charges only from time of entering to time of
paving. Sprint: Term will begin April 13
.and Summer Institute July 6, 85.
For particulars address the undersigned
w. i. jones, a. ar.,
Prcst. of Normal College, Fremont, Neb.
This instilution was erected by 3Icrchauls, Bankers, 3ranufaclurcro, and successful farmers to TRAIN YOUNG
PEOPLE FOR REAL LIFE, to earn their own living as teacher, as clerks, bookkeepers, cashiers, etc., in iner
canlile, banking, railway, factory or other business offices It has been organized and is conducted on strictly bus
iness principles, such as have brought lis founders success in the occupations of actual life. There is a business tone
about it which communicates itself to the students with the most happy results. The attendance is continually in
creasing at at a rapid rate. Railroads grant students half rates in going to and from College, if applied for through
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