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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1886)
Building, makes children's clothing a special feature of their
business. The New Spring Stock now includes the hand
somest styles ever brought to Lincoln. Be sure to see them.
Best shoes for only $3.00 at O. V. Webster and Bro's.
Cochran Bros, keep "Students Delight" peanuts always on
hand. Special rates to students on all restaurant goods.
Go to E wings for sealskin caps.
Go to O. W. Webster & Bro. 1043 O St. for the best $3.00
Attend the Lincoln Business College.
J. and D. Newman, 1027 O Street. Oldest Dry Goods
House in the city.
Go to Kelly's for fine work in photography.
Cadet suits, gloves and caps at T. Ewing & Co's.
Full line of silk mufflers and nobby silk handkerchiefs at
Oar best $3.00 shors at O. W. Webster & Bro. 1043 O St
O. W. Webster & Bro. keep the best stock of boots and
For fruits, confectionery, cigars and tobacco call on J. T.
Cochran & Bros., 207 S. nth St. They always deal squarely.
The best maple sugar taffy at Mawes. Try it.
Choice fruits, confectionery and lunch all the year round
at Bedson's, 1119 OSt.
Kelly always does well by the students. Give him a call.
Best Stetson and Dunlap hats at Dennis.
You will always find Kelly on hand to do good work.
Manley keeps a full line of confectionery goods, give him a
Students will receive best of attention at Manley's.
Bargains at T. Ewing's in Winter goods, don't fail to look
Gerwig did not go to Omaha this vacauon. Didn't want to.
Joe Schofield, the tuba man, vacationed, as usual, at Gen
eva. L. Chapin, '89, will not be with us this term, for which we
C Sumner Allen spent part of his vacation -with his parents
E. C. Wiggenhorn is at Ashland at this writing enjoying a
Miss Grace Pershing has been elected a member of the Pal
adian June class.
Miss Daley has been spending her vacation with Miss Dell
Stratton at Ashland .
Anderson, '88, vacated at Genoa, the seat of the Indian
Oar esteemed friend, Conny McMillan spent his vacation
in his usual way loafing.
Paulie Clark's papa did not send him money enough and
he did not vacate at home.
Miss Julia Edgren, niece of Professor Edgren, returned to
her home in Stromsburg last week.
Spurlock carries an "Annual" and so made several trips
down from Plattsmout during vacation.
The streets of Lincoln begin to he thronged -with happy
students. It does our heart good to see them. ,
Every member of the class in Electricity and Magnetism
passed, in spite of some gloomy foebodingsr Brainy people.
G A. Bcecher broke bread under the paternal ridge pole
at Kearney while resting for a final onslaught on Prep, studies.
Ex-Supt. Bowers, formerly of Lincoln, but now principal oj
the Pawnee City schools attended the Association Thursday.
Miss Swischcr, a former student, but at present a teacher in
the Nebraska City schools, attended the meeting of teachers.
S. Glen Talbot has also concluded that there is no place
like home, and will remain under her father's roof the com
Miss Nora Gage remained in the city during the vacation,
contrary to her usual custom. She is engaged in making up
a little Greek.
The inter-state contest is to be held at Lawrence, Kansas,
next month. It is expected that the University will send
quite a delegation.
Among the old students of the University who were in at
ten Jance on the Teachers' Association we noticed Foote, Sul
livan, Marsh and others.
Hugh T. Conley, formerly of '86, made us a call during va
cation. He is about to to launch out in the legal line at Nel
son, the county seat of Nuckolls County.
Our fierce captain of the cadets, Roy George Codding,
hied himself to, his manor in Kansas to spend his vacation and
rumor has it that he will not be with us this term.
Alfred Pizey, he who had a long enough pole to knock offa
persimmon in the shape of a Dutch grade of 98, went over to
Tabor, Iowa, to revisit his old haunts while resting for next
F. E. Shepherd has become a brass collared minion of that
soulless corporation, the B. & M. R. R. He is out with a sur
veying party, but where he is located no one but the B. & M.
knows at this writing.
L Charles Gambee went down to give the inhabitants of
Blue Springs the benefit of his famous German translation.
Barring his demonstrations in that line his conduct was satis
factory to the good people of the Gage County village.
W. C. Knight has at last received some patronage from the
government. It is in the shape of a commission from the
Smithsonian, and brings the young gentleman about twenty
five dollars in return for a pile of useless looking fossils. Con
gratulations. David Dutchman Forsyth remained in the city "to do some
work on a debate." Of course. The student who is in such
a financial condition that he cannot buy a ticket to his home
always finds that he has work on hand to keep him brre dur
ing the vacation.
W. N. Fletcher is at home again after a hard term of study
at the State University, Willie is known as one of the most
studious young men of that institution and is detsuicd to make
his mark in the world. In January he was one of the arators
in a contest of the famous Palladian society, and his effort was
highly spoken of by alL Thayer Co. Call.
From the Omaha Progress, the ffiicial organ of the Knights
of Labor, we clip the following: "Mr. Frank Wheeler re
turned from the State University last week for a short vaca
tion. He is known as one of the nicest young men connected
-with the University. Our Teaderswil be glad to kow that
he is thinking seriously of joining the K. of I, his work as a
student demonstrating clearly that he is a full fiedgedlohor
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